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Full text of "A dictionary of the Old English language, compiled from writings of the XII. XIII. XIV. and XV. centuries"

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DICTIONARY 

OF THE 



OLD ENGLISH LANGUAGE, 



COMPILED FROM WRITINGS 



OF THE XIL Xin. XIV. AND XV. CENTURIES, 



BY 



FRANCIS HENRY STRATMANN. 



SECOND EDITION. 



PRINTED FOK THE AUTHOR AT 
KREFELD. 

LONDON : 
TRIIBNER ^ CO., 57 & 59, LUDGATE HILL. 

1873. 



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ADVERTISEMENT. 

The present edition of the Dictionary of the Old- English lan- 
guage has not only been revised and enlarged, but written anew 
from one end to the other, so that there will be found few lines, 
in which the amending hand is not visible. But, although in many 
respects improved, it can, of course, not be said to be perfect. The 
author, therefore, intends to publish a Supplement to it, as soon 
as material sufficient for a volume has been collected, and he will 
be happy to receive communications for that purpose from fellow 
students. For the present work he has to acknowledge the kind 
assistance of Mr F. J. Furnivall, and the Eev. W. W. Skeat. 

Keefeld, 20th January 1873. 



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AIJTHOEITIES. 



Alex. 
Alls. 



altd. hi. 
Amad. 



Am. a. AmiL 

an. lit. 
ant Arth. 



a. p. 
apol. 

a. r. 

Arth. a. Merl. 
a. s. 

ass. 
Aud. 

avow. Arth. 

ayenh. 

Beh. 

Ben. wh. 

Bens. voc. 



The alliterative romance of Alexander, edited by Stevenson. 

King Alisaunder, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 1, p. 
3-327. 

])e gestes of pe worpie king and emperour Alisaunder of 
Macedoine, edit, by W. W. Skeat. 

Altdeutsche blatter von M. Haupt und H. Hoffmann. 

Sir Amadas, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 3, p. 243— 
275. 

Sir Amadace, in Robson's early English metrical romances, 
London 1842. 

Amis and Amiloun, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 2, p. 
369—473. 

Anecdota literaria by Thorn. Wright. 

The anturs of Arther, in Robson's early English metrical ro- 
mances, p. 1 — 26. [Written in Lancashire, about 1400.] 

Awntyrs of Arthure, edit, by F. Madden. 

• Early English alliterative poems, edit, by Rich. Morris. 

The apology of lollard doctrines, attributed to Wicliffe, edit, 
by J. H. Todd. 

• The ancren riwle, edit, by J. Morton, London 1853. [Dorset- 

shire? ab. 1200.] 

• Arthur and Merlin, Edinburgh 1838. [ab. 1320.] 

Ancient songs from the time of king Henry the third to the 
revolution, London 1790. 

Assumpcioun de notre dame, edit, by Rawson Lumby. 

The poems of John Audelay, edit, by J. 0. Halliwell. [Shrop- 
shire, 1426.] 

The avowing of king Arther, in Robson's early English me- 
trical romances, p. 57—93. 

• Dan Michel's ayenbite of inwyt, edit, by R. Morris, London 

1866. [Kent, 1340.] 

• The life and martyrdom of Thomas Beket, edit, by W. H. 

Black, London 1845. [Grloucestershire ? ab. 1300.] 
Mittelhochdeutsches worterbuch von Benecke, Miiller und 

Zarncke. 
Vocabularium Anglo-Saxonicum opera Th. Benson, Oxoniae 

1701. 



VI 



Ber. 
Beves 

Bopp's gloss. 
— vergl. gram. 



Bosw. diet. 
Bout. ev. 



Brand. 
Brem. wh. 

Chauc. 



Chest, my St. 
chron. Engl. 

chron. Vilod. 

c. I. 

a. 

const, mas. 

d. Arth. 
Degrev. 
dep. Bich. 
Diefenh. wh. 
Biez wh. 
Bighy myst. 



The tale of Beryn, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 
Sir Beves of Hamtoun (edit, by TurnbuU), Edinburgh 1838. 
Glossarium sanscritum a F. Bopp, Berolini 1847. 
Vergleichende grammatik des Sanscrit, zend, griechischen, la- 

teinischen, litthauischen, gothischen und deutschen von F. 

Bopp, Berlin 1833. 
A dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon language by J. Bosworth^ 

London 1838. 
Die vier evangelien in alt-nordhumbrischer sprache, heraus- 

gegeben von K. W. Bouterweck, Giitersloh 1857. 
St Brandan, edit, by Thom. Wright. [Grioucestershire ? ab. 1300.] 
Versuch eines bremisch-niedersachsischen worterbuches, Bre- 
men 1767 — 1771. 
The works of Jeffrey Chaucer (edit, by Th. Speght), London 

1687. 
The poetical works of G. Chaucer, edit, by Tyrwhitt, London 

1855. 
The Canterbury tales of G. Chaucer, edit, by Th. Wright. 
Chaucer's Canterbury tales, edit, by Furnivall. 
Chaucer's translation of Boethius's "de consolatione philoso- 

phiae", edit, by Rich. Morris. 
A treatise on the astrolabe by G. Chaucer, edit, by W. Skeat. 

[Middlesex, ab. 1400.] 
Chester mysteries, London 1818. 
Chronicle of England, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 2, 

p. 270—313. 
Chronicon Vilodunense, sive de vita et miraculis sanctae Edi- 

thae, regis Edgari filiae, cur. W. H. Black. 
Castel off love, edit, by R. F. Weymouth. 
Sir Cleges, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 1, p. 331 — 353. 
A poem on the constitutions of masonry, in Halliwell's early 

history of free-masonry in England, p. 12 — 40.. 
Morte Arthure, edit, by Edm. Brock. [Yorkshire, beginning of 

the 15th century.] 
The romance of sir Degrevant, in the Thornton romances, 

edit, by J. 0. Halliwell, p. 177-256. 
An alliterative poem on the deposition of king Richard IL, 

edit, by Thom. Wright. 
Vergleichendes worterbuch der gothischen sprache von Lor. 

Diefenbach, Frankfurt 1851. 
Etymologisches worterbuch der romanischen sprachen von F. 

Diez, Bonn 1853. 
Ancient mysteries from the Bigby manuscripts, Edinburgh 

1835. 



Tn 



du Ganges gloss. 

Egilss. lex, 

Eglam. 

EIL rom. 

Em. 
e. T. 

Ettm. lex. 

Flor. 

Flor. a. Bl. 
fragm. 

Fritzners ordh. 

9- 
Gam, 

Gaw. 
Gener. 
gest. Horn, 
Gow. 



9^' 

Graff's sprsch. 

Gr. gram. 
— wh. 
Grein's gloss. 

Guy 

Ualdors. lex. 



Caroli du Fresne, domini du Cange, glossarium ad scriptores 
mediae & infimae latinitatis, Francofurti 1710. 

Lexicon poeticum antiquae linguae septentrionalis conscripsit 
Sveinbjorn Egilsson, Hafniae 1860. 

The romance of sir Eglamour of Artois, in the Thornton ro- 
mances, p. 121 — 176. 

Specimens of early English metrical romances by G. Ellis, 
2nd edit, London 1811. 

Emare, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 2, p. 204—247. 

The erl of Tolous, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 3, p. 
93—144. 

Lexicon Anglosaxonicum ed. L. Ettmiillerus, Quedlinburgii 
1851. 

The forme of cury (edit, by S. Pegge), London 1780. 

Le bone Florence of Rome, in Ritson's metrical romances, 
^ vol. 3, p. 1—92. 

Floriz and Blauncheflur, edit, by Rawson Lumby. 

Fragment of^lfric's grammar, ^Ifric's glossary, and a poem 
on the soul and body, in the orthography of the 12th 
century, edit, by T. Phillipps, London 1838. 

Ordbog over det gamle norske sprog af Joh. Fritzner, Kristi- 
ania 1867. 

English gilds by Toulmin Smith. 

The tale of 3ong Gamelin, in Chaucer's Canterbury tales. 

Sir Gawayne and the green knight, edit, by Rich. Morris, 
London 1864. 

A royal historie of the excellent knight Generides, edit, by 
F. J. Furnivall. 

The old English versions of the gesta Romanorum, edit, by 
F. Madden. 

Confessio amantis of John Gower, edit, by R. Pauli, London 
1857. [Middlesex, ab. 1400; but edition not from coeval ma- 
nuscripts.] 

The grave, in Thorpe's analecta Anglo-Saxoriica, p. 142. 

Althochdeutscher sprachschatz von E. G. Graff, Berlin 1834— 
1842. 

Deutsche grammatik von Jac. Grimm. 2te ausg. 

Deutsches worterbuch von Jac. uud Wilh. Grimm. 

Sprachschatz der angelsachsischen dicliter, bearbeitet von C. 
W. M. Grein, Cassel & Gottingen 1861 — 1864. 

The romance of sir Guy of Warwick and Rembrun his son, 
Edinburgh 1840. 

Lexicon Islandico-Latino-Danicum Biornonis Haldorsonii cura 
R. K. Raskii editum, Havniae 1814. 



VIII 

Halliio. diet. A dictionary of archaic and provincial words, by J. 0. Halli- 

well, London 1850. 
h. k. • The harrowing of hell, published by J. 0. Halliwell, London 

1840. [Herefordshire, ab. 1310.] 
Havel. * The lay of Havelok the Dane, edit, by W. W. Skeat, London 

1868. [Lincolnshire? ab. 1280.] 
Hick. thes. Linguarum veterum septentrionaiium thesaurus, auctore G. 

Hickesio, Oxoniae 1705. 
hist. Edw. Historic of the arrival of Edward IV. in England, edit, by 

J. Bruce. 
h. m. • Hali meidenhad, edit, by 0. Cockayne, [ab. 1200.] 

Heine's gloss. Kleinere altniederdeutsche denkmaler init ausfiihrlichem glos- 

sar von Moritz Heyne, Paderborn 1867. 
Hoccl. Poems by Thorn. Hoccleve, London 1796. [ab. 1400.] 

Holtzm. gram. Altdeutsche grammatik von Ad. Holtzmann. 

horn. • Old English homilies and homiletic treatises of the twelfth 

and thirteenth centuries, edit, by Rich. Morris. 
Horn The geste of king Horn, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 

2, p. 91—155. 

• King Horn, edit, by Rawson Lumby, London 1866. [ab. 1275.] 
Horn ch. Horn child and maiden Rimnild, in Ritson's metrical roman- 

ces, vol. 3, p. 282-320. 
h. s. • Roberd of Brunne's handling sinne, edit, by F. J. Furnivall, 

London 1862. 
hunt. The hunting of the hare, in "Weber's metrical romances, voL 

3, p. 279—290. 

H zeitschr. Zeitschrift fiir deutsches alterthum, herausgegeben von Mor. 

Haupt. 
Ihres gloss. Glossarium Suio-Gothicum, auctore J. Ihre, Upsaliae 1769. 

Ipom. The life of Ipomidon, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 2, 

p. 281—365. 
Isumb. The romance of sir Isumbras, in the Thornton romances, p. 

88-120. 
hv. Iwaine and Gawin, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 1, p. 

1-169. 
Jos. Joseph of Arimathie, edit, by W. W. Skeat. 

Jul. * The liflade of St Juliana, edit, by 0. Cockayne, [ab. 1200.] 

Kath. • The legend of St Katherine of Alexandria, edit, by J. Mor- 

ton, London 1841. [ab. 1200.] 
Kil. diet. Etymologicum Teutonicae linguae, sive dictionarium Teutoni- 

co-Latinum, studio & opera Corn. Kiliani Duffiaei, editio 

tertia, Antverpiae 1599. 
li. L. The book of the knight of La Tour Landry, edit, by Thorn. 

Wright. 



]c, T. The king of Tars and the soudan of Dammas, in Ritson^s 

metrical romances, vol. 2, p. 156— 203. 
La-^, • La3amons Brut, published by Fr. Madden, London 1847. 

[Worcestershire, 1205.] 
lai le fr. Lai le freiue, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 1, p. 357 — 

371. 
Launf. Launfal, in iiitsou's metrical romances, vol. 1, p. 170 — 215. 

Langl. * The vision of William (Langland, or Langley), concerning 

Piers the plowman, edit, by W. W. Skeat. [ah. 1380.] 
I, c. c. Liber cure cocorum, edit, by Rich. Morris. 

leg. cath. Legeiidae catholicae, Edinburgh 18'i0. 

Le Oon. diet Dictionnaire breton-frangais de Le Gonidec, enrichi par Hersart 

de la Villemarque, Saint Brieuc 1850. 
I. h. r. Legends of the holy rood, edit, by Rich. Morris. 

Leos gloss. Angelsiichsisches glossar von H. Leo. 

Lexer s wh. Mittelhochdeutsche^ handworterbuch von M. Lexer. 

U h. disc. Li beaus disconus, in Ritsou's metrical romances, vol. 2, p. 

1—90. 
Lidg. A selection from the minor poems of dan John Lydgate, 

edit, by J. 0. Halliwell. 
The story of Thebes by Jx)hn Lidgate, printed in Chaucer's 

works, London 1()87. 
lud. Gov. Ludus Coventriae, edit, by J. 0. Halliwell. [Warwickshire? 

15th century.] 
Lyes diet. Dictionarium Saxonicum et Gothico-Latinum, auctore E. Lye, 

ed. 0. Manning, London 1772. 
Maerl. Glossarium op Maerlauts rymbybel door J. David. 

Man. • Robert Manning's history of England, edit, by Furnivall. f 

Peter Langtoft's chronicle, as illustrated and improv'd by 

Robert of Brunne, publish'd by Th. Hearne. 
Mand. The voiage and travaile of sir John Maundevile, reprinted 

from the edition of a. d. 1725, with an introduction etc, 

by J. 0. Halliwell, London 1839. 
Mapes The Latin poems commonly attributed to Walter Mapes, edit. 

by Th. Wright. 
Marg. • Seinte Margarete, edited, together with seinte Marherete, by 

0. Cockayne, [ab. 1300.] 
Mark, 9 Seinte Marherete, edit, by 0. Cockayne, London 1862. [ab. 

1200.] 
Mark The gospel according to saint Mark in Anglo-Saxon versions, 

edit, by W. W. Skeat, Cambridge 1871. [Hatton ms. 38, 

ab. 1150.] 

t Not yet published. The quotations have been made from proof-sheets which the editor 
was kind enough to communicate to me. 



w. Arth. Le morte Arthur, edit, by F. J. Furnivall. 

Mat. The gosi^el according to saint Matthew in Anglo-Saxon ver- 

sions (edit, by Ch. Hardwick), Cambridge 1858. [Hatton 
ms. 38, ab. 1150.] 

m. h. English metrical homilies, from manuscripts of the fourteenth 

century, with an introduction and notes, by John Small, 
Edinburgh 1862. 

Min. Poems written anno MCCCLII. by Laurence Minot, published 

by Jos. Ritson, London 1825. 

Mire Instructions for parish priests by John Myrc, edit, by Edw. 

Peacock, London 1868. [Shropshire, ab. 1400.] 

mir. pi. A collection of English miracle- plays or mysteries by W. 

Marriott, Basel 1838. 

misc. • An Old English miscellany by Rich. Morris. 

Mones qu. Quellen und forschungen zur geschichte der teutschen litera- 

tur und sprache von F. J. Mone, Aachen 1830. 

m. t. Ancient metrical tales, edit, by Ch. H. Hartshorne. 

n. p. Nugae poeticae. Select pieces of old English popular poetry, 

edit, by J. 0. Halliwell. 

0. a. n. * An Old English poem of the owl and the nightingale, edit, 

by F. H. Stratmann, Krefeld 1868. [Dorsetshire? ab. 1225.] 

Octav. . The romance of the emperor Octavian, edit, by J. 0. Halliwell. 

Octov. Octovian imperator, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 3, p. 

157-239. 

O'Reilly s diet. An Irish-English dictionary by E. O'Reilly, Dublin 1817. 

Orm. ' • The Ormulum, edit, by R. M. White, Oxford 1852. [Lincoln- 

shire? ab. 1200.] 

Orph. Sir Orpheo, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 2, p. 248 — 269. 

Owens diet. Welsh and English dictionary by W. Owen, London 1793. 

p. A poem on the times of Edward II, edit, by C. Hardwick. 

Parten, The romaus of Partenay, edit, by Vv. W. Skeat. 

Farton. The Old English version of Partonope of Blois, edit, by W. 

E. Buddy. 

Petxev. The romance of sir Perceval of Galles, in the Thornton ro- 

mances, p. 1 — 87. [Yorkshire, beginning of the 15th century.] 

pi. cr. Pierce the plough mans crede, edit, by W. W. Skeat, London 

1867. [ab. 1394.] 

p. I. 3. Early English poems and lives of saints, edit, by F. J. Fur- 

nivall, Berlin 1862. 

pi. t. The plowmans tale, printed in Chaucer's works (London 1687), 

fol. 157 — 168. 

pr. e. • The pricke of conscience by R. Rolle de Hampole, edit, by 

Rich. Morris, Berlin 1863. [Yorkshire, beginning of the 15th 
century.] 



XI 



p. r. I. p. 

proclam, 
prompt. 



p. s. 

reh. Line. 

rel. ant 
Mich. 

Bicheis idiot, 
Richth. wb. . 

Boh. 

Boquef. gloss. 

r, 8, 

s. a. c. 



sacram. 
Sal. a. Sat. 

Sax. chron. 

Schamh. wh. 



Sch. gloss. 
Schm. gloss. 



Political, religious, and love poems, edit, by F. J. Furnivall, 

London 18G6. 
The only English proclamation of Henry III, 18 October 1258, 

edit, by Alex. J. Ellis. 
Promptorium parvulorum sive clericorum, dictionarius Anglo- 

Latinus princeps, auctore fratre Galfrido, grammatico dicto, 

ex ordine fratrum predicatorum, Northfolciensi, circa a. d. 

MCCCCXL, ad fidem codicum recensuit Albert Way, Lon- 
don 1885. 
Anglo-Saxon and early English psalter (edit, by Stevenson, 

London 1843). 
The political songs of England, from the reign of John to 

that of Edward II, edit, by Thom. Wright. 
Chronicle of the rebellion in Lincolnshire, 1470, edit, by J. 

U. Nichols. 
Ekiliquiae antiquae, edit, by Thom. Wright and J. 0. Halliwell. 
Richard coer de lion, in Weber's metrical romances, vol. 2, 

p. 3—278. 
Idioticon Hamburgense von M. Richey, Hamburg 1755. 
Altfriesisches worterbuch von Karl von Richthofen, Gottingen 

1840. 
Robert of Gloucester's chronicle, edit, by Th. Hearne, London 

1810. [Oloucester, ab. 1300.] 
Glossaire de la langue romane par J. B. B. Roquefort, Paris 

1808. 
Religious songs, printed, together with the owl and the nigh- 
tingale, by Thom. Wright, London 1843. [ab. 1225.] 
Songs and carols, printed from a ms. in the Sloane collection 

in the British museum, London 1836. [Warwickshire? be- 
ginning of the 15th century.] 
Songs and carols, edit, by Thom. Wright, London 1847. [ab. 

1480.] 
The play of the sacrament, Berlin 1862. [ab. 1460.] 
The dialogue of Salomon and Saturnus, with an historical 

introduction by J. M. Kemble, London 1848. 
Two of the Saxon chronicles, edit, by John Earle, Oxford 

1865. 
Worterbuch der niederdeutschen mundart der fUrstenthiimer 

Gottingen und Grubenhagen von G. Schambach, Hannover 

1858. 
Gothisches glossar von Ernst Schulze. 
Glossarium Saxonicum e poemate Heliand inscripto et minori- 

bus quibusdam priscae linguae monumentis collectmn (a J. 

A. Schmeller), Monachii, Stuttgartiae et Tubingae 1840. 



XII 

Schiltze's idiot 

Shoreh. 

spec. 

sq. I. deg. 
s. s. 

St. cod. 

St. gen. 

Todd's illustr. 

Tor. 
Tow7i. myst. 

transact, 
treat. 

Trev. 



Triam. 

Trist. 

van der Sch. 

voc. 
w. a. i. 

Wart. hist. 
Wicl. 



Will 
Wr. diet. 



Holsteinisches idiotikon von J. F. Schiitze, Hamburg 1800 — 
1806. 

The religious poems of William de Shoreham, edit, by Thom. 
Wright, London 1849. [Kent, ab. 1330.] 

Specimens of lyric poetry, composed in England in the reign 
of Edward the first, edit, by Thom. Wright, London 1842. 
[Herefordshire, ab. 1310.] 

The squir of lowe degre, in Ritson's metrical romances, vol. 
3, p. 145—192. 

The proces ot the sevin sages, in Weber's metrical romances, 
vol. 3, p. 3—153. 

The seven sages, edit, by Thom. Wright, London 1845. 

Codicem manu scriptum Digby 80 in bibliotheca Bodleiana. 
asservatum descripsit, excerpsit, illustravit E. Stengel, Halis 
1871. 

The story of genesis and exodus, edit, by Rich. Morris, Lon- 
don 1865. [Norfolk or Suffolk? ab. 1250.] 

Illustrations of the lives and writings of Gower and Chau- 
cer by H. J. Todd, London 1810. 

Torrent of Portugal, edit, by J. 0. Halliwell, London 1842. 

The Towneley mysteries (printed for the Surtees society, 
London 1836.) [Yorkshire, ab. 1450.] 

Transactions of the society of antiquaries. 

Popular treatises on science, edit, by Thom. Wright, London 
1841. 

Polychronicon Ranulphi Higclen , together with the English 
translation of John Trevisa, edit, by Churchill Babington, 
London 1865-1869. [Warwickshire, ab. 1387.] 

The romance of sir Tryamoure, edit, by J. 0. Halliwell, Lon- 
don 1846. [ab. 1450.] 

Sir Tristrem, edit, by W. Scott, Edinburgh 1804. 

Teuthonista, of duytschlender, van Gherard van der Schueren, 
uitgegeven door C. Boonzajer, Leyden 1804. 

A volume of vocabularies, edit, by Thom. Wright. 

Wills and inventories from the registers of the commissary 
of Bury St Edmund's etc., edit, by S. Tymm,. 

The history of p]nglish poetry by Th. Warton, London 1840. 

The holy bible in the earliest English versions made from 
the Latin vulgate by John Wycliffe and his followers, edit, 
by Forshall and Madden, Oxford 1850. 

The romance of William of Palerne, edit, by W. W. Skeat, 
London 1867. [ab. 1350.] 

Dictionary of obsolete and provincial English, compiled by 
Thom. Wright, London 1857. 



a see an, set. 

a-, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. a-, 0. II. Germ. 
ar-, er-, ir-, ur-, Goth, us, see Gr. gram. 

2, 704 Sf 818, a-. 
abad ahode, mansio, Degrev. 129 ; abod, 

abood Chauc. C. t. a 066 fed. Wr. 967 J. 
abseilieu, A. Sax. abaBligan ? Greins gloss. 

J, II, irritate? ah Bruttes weoren 

bisie & ofte hine abseileden Lay 10275. 
abaiten, 21. II. Germ, erbeii^en ? Ben. ich. 

/, 103, hait? his flesh on here was so 

abeited Ilalliw. diet. 6. 
abeaten, A. Sax. abeatan, heat down ; abette 

(fret.) ShoreJi. 38. 
abe3en, A. Sax. abegan, curve, lend : to 

non herre i schal abuye Roh. 102, 5; 

abiiyde (fret.) 106, 14; ni pei abeije- 

doim hem no ping to pe king fr. kinges) 

best chron. Vilod. 07 . 
abelden groio laid; abelde Alis. 2442. 
abel3en, A. Sax. abelgan, 0. II. Germ, ar- 

belgan Graffs sprsch. 3, 104, grow 

angry ; abalh (fret.) Lay 26360'^' ; abol- 

3en (part.) 1666 ; pat hi ne be abolke 

^^abolje?) Shoreh. 22. 
abeoden, A. Sax. abeodan, O.II. Germ, ar-, 

irbiotan, offer ; abede Ilalliw. diet. 6 ; & 

his {fernde abed Lay 4423. 
aberen, A. Sax. aberan, abear, sufferre; a- 

beoren horn. 1, 35 ; abeore blideliche pe 

derjf h. m. 17 ; abered fpres.) a. r. 158; 

aber fpret.) Katli. 1555. 



abidden, for 3ebidden? pe hwile ich g6' 

to abidde me misc, 41. 
abiden, A. Sax. abidan, abide, man re, ex- 

spectare, a. r. 208; Orm. 1801 ; ne durren 

heo me abiden Lay 15063; abiden, 

^\>i([Q Langl 2, 188 (212); abide TT/^?/. 

Rutli 1 ; pu ne darst domes abide o. 

a. n. 1605; if he moste abide pe dai 

Beh. 736; abit fpres.) rel. ant. 1,115; 

Chauc. r. r. 4080; abad fpret.) Kath. 

710; Orm. 217; Iw. 1180; abod o. a. 

n. 41; Beh. 1147; s. s. ed. Wr. 2825; 

sevene nigt he der abiden st. gen. 2483 ; 

abiden fpart.) Chauc. C.t. 0762; Toivn. 

myst. 315. 
abiten, A. Sax. abitan, bite to death, Lay 

26005 ; 0. a. n. 7 7 ; broune liouns 

and ek white pat wolden fain his folk 

abite Alis. 7006; abiten fpart.) rel. 

ant. 2, 276. 
ablasten blast? venim and fir to gedir 

he caste pat he Jason so sore ablaste 

Ilalliw. diet. 7 . 
ablawen, A. Sax. ablapan, blow up: pos 

he gan hire herte ablowe Shoreh. 160 ; 

pet was ablowe por3 pe fenim of pe 

fende 166. 
ablenden, A. Sax. ablendan, blind, excaecare, 

Lay 14657; pis leme shal Lucifer ablende 

Langl. b 18, 137 ; ablended /^^r^s y a. r. 

86; ablent ayenb. 16; ablente fpret.) 

Langl. b 18, 323. 

1 



ablinden , 0. II. Germ, erblinden , groio 

llmd ; ablinded fpres.J a. r. 92; Marh. 

15, 23. 
ablu3en, M. II. Germ, erbliugen, frighten : 

pa ipard pat folc spide abluied horn. 

I, 89. 
abo3ien how : wel corteisli panne abojede 

she Halliw. diet. 10. 
abrseden, M. II. Germ, erbreiten, dilate : pe 

file . . . hire ejen abrad o. a. n. 10 M. 
abreiden, A. Sax. abregdan, abredan, turn 

away, draw out, start up, a. r. 214 ; 

abreid fpret.J a. r. 238 ; abraid st. gen. 

231 ; his sweord he ut abraeid Z^). 

26533; abroden f part. J hom. 1, 239. 
abreken, A. Sax. abrecan, break out ; abreke 

Arth. a. Merl. 7903; abroken (part.) 

Halliw. diet. 11 ; ich am . . . abroken 

tit of pon benden La"^. 721. 
abrennen , M. II. Germ, erbrennen, hum 

up, exurere ; abernd fpres.J hom. 1, 239. 
abreoden, A. Sax. abreodan, fall away: 

pat teonde perod abread hom. 1, 219 ; 

SI (pe la3e) al spa spid(e) abread 1, 

225. 
abuggen, A. Sax. abycgan, ahuy, redimere, 

a. r. 188; spec. 112; pu me smite bi 

pon rugge ah sare pu hit salt abuggen 

La'^. 8158 ; abugge Horn ed. Hits. 1081 ; 

abiggen Orm. 6907 ; abigge Alis. 901; 

abugge, abigge Langl. 3, 236 (249 J ; 
. abegge ayenh. 73 ; aboughte (pret.J Chauc. 

a t. a 2303 (2305 J; aboht (part.J h. 

h. 59 ; pat we habbep deore abo^t £ek. 

1312. 
abu3en, A. Sax. abugan, how, hend, turn: 

al him seal abu3e (abouwe) La-^. 18854; 

pat ich to eny mon schule abouwe /. 

h. r. 53; abowe Alis. 188; Em. 981; 

abowe to pe kinges wille Beh. 867 ; 

abu3p (pres.J o. a. n. 782; into castle 

he abeh La-^. 5210. 
araldien, A. Sax. acealdian (?), 0. II Germ. 

ercalten, grow cold, mahe cold; acoalded 



(pres.J a. r. 404; accolded (part.J gest. 

Rom. 83; acold p. 23, 6; s. s. ed. 

Weh. 2518. 
acalen grow cold? he was so sore acale 

Gow. 3, 296 ; hungri and acale (akale) 

Langl. h 18, 392 ; akale s. s. ed. Web. 

1512. 
acangen hecome mad? acanges tu Kath. 

2112; acanget (part.J 2045. 
acasten cast down ; akeasten Marh. 14^ 

13 ; dead ne acaste napt Crist ah Crist 

overcom dead Kath. 1127 ; acast (part.J 

p. s. 149; nou is ml counfort acast ^/. 

cr. 99; akast h. m. 5 ; akest a. r. 318. 
aclomen, cmp. Dutch verkleumen, hecome 

torpid? aclommed ^^eviratus, enervatus\ 

prompt. 6. 
aclumsen grow clumsy: oure hondis ben 

aclumsid "dissolutae sunt manus nostrae\ 

Wicl. Jer. 6. 
acnawen (= aucnawen, A. Sax. oncnapan ?) 

acknowledge : be . . . aknawe Am. a. 

Amil. 2099; ben aknowe Chauc. c. I. 

1199; ich am aknowe Will. 4391. 
acOlen, A. Sax. acolian, cool, frigescere, a. 

r. 118; acolede (pret.J hom. 1, 237 ; 

acoled (part.J o. a. n. 205. 
acorien complain, a. r. 60 ; misc. 75; pou 

ne au3test now3t ml dep acore 7n. t. 

112; acorede (pret.J hom. 2, 45; pat 

acorede al pis lond Roh. 75, 4. 
akoveren, A. Sax. acofran (?), 0. II. Germ. 

irkoboron, recover, a. r. 364 ; acovered 

(part.J h. m. 11. 
acumen, A. Sax. acuman, attain ; acome 

Shoreh. 73. 
acumlen hecome cramped? acumblid (part.J 

Wicl. Jer. 6 ; acomeled ^^estomie\ voc. 161; 

acomelid ^^eviratus, enervatus\ prompt. 6. 
acursien accurse ; acursi o. a. n. 1704; 

acursep (pres.J Langl. h 18, 107 ; acor- 

sede (pret.J ayenh. 57 ; acursed (part.J 

Brand. 24; Will. 901; pe akurside gost 

a. r. 234. 



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acwakien quake ; ^(\s^q IlaUiio. diet. 76. 
acwecchen, A. Sax. acpeccan, nhahe: pe 

wode aqveighte so hi ^m\%Q Alis. I)2d1 . 
acpellen, A. Sax. acpellan, IciU, Kath. 

1826; aqvelle Rich. 256V; s. s. ed. 

Weh. 2168; aqvelde fpret.J Horn ed. 

Kits. 881 ; aqveald (acweld) (part. J 

La^. 974. 
iicpenchen, A. Sax. acpencan, quench, 
fragm. 6, 15; a. r. 224; aqvenche 

treat. 136 ; reJ. ant. 2, 274; aqvencp 

fpres.J ayenh. 207 ; acpeinte fpret.J a. 

r. 124; aqveint (part. J s. s. ed. Web. 

1991; Goto. 3, 10. 
acweden, A. Sax. acpedan, resound: a- 

qveden pa weolcne La^. 23947 . 
acpikien, A. Sax. acpician, quicken, revi- 

viscere, a. r. 118; aqviked (part.) 

ayenh. 203. 
acheokien, A. Sax. aceocian (?), choke, suffo- 

care ; achoken Chauc. Beet. 1235 ; ache- 

ked f part. J Chauc. leg. g. w. 2004; 

achoked Ilalliw. d,'et. 15. 
adasen daze; adased (part. J illustr. 297. 
adeden, A. Sax. adj^dan, deaden : no ping 

never nes perinne pet hit muhte adeaden 

a. r. 112; adeadet (part. J Kath. 2048. 
adeavien, A. Sax. adeafian (?), deafen ; a- 

deved f part. J Shoreh. 103. 
adihten, M. II. Germ, ertihten ? ordain, 

dispose: and so ich mine song adihte 

0. a. n. 326 ; adihtep fpres.J p. s. 329 ; 

adiht f part. J Kath. 1382; adi3t /. h. 

r. 151. 
adile3ien, A. Sax. adiligian, abolish ; adilB- 

gade fpret.J misc. 145. 
adotien grow silly: he wax nei^h out of 

wit for wrap ... & for dol adotep 

Will. 2054; d^ii^i^^fpart.J Gow. 3, 4; 

dusie men & adotede a. r. 222. 
adrjefen, A. Sax. adr^fan, expel ; adrefde 

fpret.J horn. 1, 21 9. 
adrajen draw out; adrawe Rob. 207, 9; 

Octov. 357; adroh fpret.J Lay 16487 ; 



hure swerdes pan pay adrowe Ilalliw. 
diet. 22; adra3e f part. J ayenb. 218. 

adrenchen, A. Sax. adrencan, drown, a. 
r. 230; adrenche Horn ed. Rits. 109; 
Shoreh. 139 ; ayenh. 50 ; p. s. 21 7 ; pat 
folc he al adrente Lai,. 25698 ; & 
adreinten ham sulven i der see a. r. 
230 ; adreint fpart.J Rob. 51, 21 ; s. s. 
ed. Web. 1486. 

adreo3en, A. Sax. adreogan, suffer, etidure ; 
adri3e Horn ed. Lum. 1035; pat his 
strok mi3t adrie Halliw. diet. 22. 

adrillen corrupt? wanne man letep adrille 
pat he god 3elde schel Shoreh. 114 ; pat 
he nadrille 90. 

adrinken, A. Sax. adrincan, be drowned ; 
adrinke misc. 77 ; Horn ed. Lum. 971; 
adronc fpret.J a. r. 58; adrunken (a- 
dronke) fpart.J Lai,. 2224. 

adru3en, adrii3ien, A. Sax. adr^gan, adru- 
gian, dry up; adrupien a. r. 150; 
adrou3e Shoreh. 34; adruied, adruped 
fpres.J a. r. 150 ; adrii3ede fpret.J horn. 
1, 133. 

adumbien, A. Sax. adumbian, become dumb ; 
adumbed fpart.J fragm. 8, 10. 

adunen din: pu adunest pas monnes earen 
0. a. n. 337 ; adenid fpart.J Aud. 78. 

adwelen, 0. H. Germ, artwelan ft&rperej, 
grow dull ? spo heore pit hi demep ad- 
pole 0. a. n. 1777. 

adpeschen, A. Sax. adpaescan fextinguerej? 
dash down? Kath. 949; adpeschde & a 
dun peorp pe pidei-pine of helle 1196. 

afseren, A. Sax. afseran, frighten, terrify ; 
afere Langl. h 20, 165; Rich. 4104; 
pu miht mid pine songe afere alle pat 
iherep pine ibere o. a. n. 221 ; aferde 
fpret.J Wart. hist. 1, 16 ; afsered, avaered 
fpart.J afeard, Lai,. 12730 ^ 17057 ; 
afered a. r. 326 ; spec. 85; Gow. 2, 
21; aferd Chauc. C. t. a 628; Mand. 
294; Town. myst. 28. 

afallen, A. Sax. afeallan, fall down : oper 



a- 



a- 



prude schal avalle o. a. n. 16 85; aval- 
led fpres.J a. r. 246 ; afeol fpret.j Za^. 

31967 ; afallen f part. J Lay 15949; 

afalle rcl ant. 2, 272. 
afandien, A. Sax. afandian, try, tempt ; 

afonde]) fpres.J Shoreh. 73. 
afangen (= anfangen ?) receive ; afonge 

0. a. n. 1196; Alts. 606; pat seiiit 

Michel oiis mote afonge and tofore him 

lede treat. 140 ; he avaugej) /S7iW6'7i. oO ; 

aveng fpret.j Roh. 180, 20; heo afen- 

gen hine mid sibbe Lay 6580 ; avonge 

fpart.J Shoreh. 132. 
afeden, A. Sax. 'ai^didAx, feed ; afedde /^/^r^^.y 

horn. 1, 227. 
afellen, A. Sax. afyllan, fell, demittere, 

dejicere, prosternere, Kath. 689 ; avellen 

a. r. 122; afelle Alis. 5240; afelde 

(afulde) fpret.j Lay 22814. 
afinden, A. Sax. afindan, find out. Lay 

25775; afinde, avinde o. a. n. 527 ; 

afounde fpret.j Octov. 1659 ; afounde 

fpart.J Shoreh. 49. 
aflejen, A. Sax. aflygan, male flee, drive 

away; avleietl fpres.J a. r. 136 ; aflei 

fram ham al uvel ludh. 2431 ; alle 

pe seoven deadliche sunnen mupeu beon 

avleied puruh treope bileave a. r. 248. 
aflemen, A. Sax. allyman, drive aivay, 

banish; SiYlGm fpres. imper.J horn. 1,195; 

aflemde fpret.j Lay 8465. 
afleon, A. Sax. afleon, flee, efugere ; aflo3en 

fpart.J ILalliw. did. 27 ; pe king was 

aflo3e Lay 19076'\ 
afon (=anfon?) receive, La^. 8728; alle 

po pat hi avop o. a. n. 843; avouh 

fimper.J horn. 1, 197 . 
aforpen afford? and jaf hem mete as he 

mijte aforpe Langl. h 6, 201 fed. Wr. 

4194J. 
afulen, A. Sax. afylan, foul, pollute : pii 

afulest fragm. 7, 32. 
afullen, A. Sax. afyllan, fill, implere ; 

afuUed fpart.J Lay 12078. 



afiirhten, A. Sax. afyrhtan, 0. 11. Geryn. 

erfurhtan, affright, terrere; afrijt fpart.J 

Will. 2784; Amad. ed. Uohs. XXXTIf 

'6 ; afright s. s. ed. Wr. 2704; afright, 

ofright Man. 14570. 

afursien, A. Sax. afeorsian, remove : nu 
pu bist afursed from alle pine freonden 
fragm. 7 , 49. 

agangen, A. Sax. agangan, pass : his da3es 
weoren a3eoiigen Zf?^. 28893; J)a gestre 
wes a3onge 24195. 

agan, A. Sax. agan, ago, praeterire ; agon 
0. a. n. 1280 ; aged fpres.J a. r. 184; 
agep 0. a. n. 1453; ])is worldes wele 
al ago]) reJ. ant. 1, 160; agan fpart.J 
Lay 337 ; agon, agoon Chauc. C. t. a 
17 82; hit is not longe agon h. T. 268 ; 
agO p. s. 197 . 

agasen, Gdh. usgaisjan? agaze, terrere: 
pe were so sore agased Chest, pi. 2, 85. 

agasten agast f aghast J, terrere; agaste 
Rob. 17, 24; Chauc. Troil. 1993; lipu 
pe ate(l)lTche deovel schal 3et agesten 
ham a. r. 212; agastid fpres.J h. m. 
31; agasten Mand. 282; agaste fsub- 
junct.J Wicl. 2 Raral. 32; agaste fpret.j 
Lay 6451 ; ludh. 1256 ; Brendan agaste 
sore Brand. 22; agast fpart.J Alls. 
250 ; Will. 1778; agest (agast) a. r. 372. 

aginnen (= anginnen V) commence ; aginne 
0. a. n. 1289; Horn ed. Rit:<. 1285; 
s. s. ed. Web. 1410; aginne]) fpres.J 
p. s. 189; aginne fsuljunct.J a. r. 74; 
agan fpret.j Shoreh. 53; agon (agan) 
Lay 6753; agoiine fpart.J ayenb. 166. 

aginninge commencement, ayenb. 16. 

agliden glide away; agliden fpart.J misc. 93. 

agliften frighten, terrify? as he stOd so 
sore aglifte -h. s. 3590 ; penne were pe 
Eomains al aglifte (oglift) Man. 3402, 

aglopnen astonish? agiopened Alex. 874. 

agramien, 0. JI. Germ, ergremen, vex, 
anger; agramed fpart.J Alis. 3310; U^\ 
b. disc. 1916 ; pi. t. 291 ; agromed 



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a- 



chron. Engl, 863 ; agremed IlalUw. diet. 

33. 
agrapien grope; agropc JIalUw. diet. 33. 
agrei|)en prepare, dress ; agraipi ayenh. 

148; agreiped fptart.J JViU. J 0,98. 
agiisen, A. Sacc. agrisan, he terrified, a. 

r. 306 ; ham schal agrisen A'«'M. 2317 ; 

agriso r. s. V, 140; ^Chauc. C. t. 7231 ; 

i agrise sacrain. 902; me agrised Lay 

13328; agras /"pret.J Lay 11076; a- 

gros lioh. 649, 14; Horn ed. Bits. 

1326 ; of which she nou3t agros Chauc. 

Troil. 2022 ; agrisen Jos. 236; do wiir- 

den he frigti and agrisen st. gen. 667 ; 

agrisen f part. J JIarh. 9, 15; Alis. 357 ; 

Man. 9611; agrise Roh. 639, 26; ich 

am agrise Will. 1743. 
agruUen vex? nn ich mai singe hpar ich 

pulle ne dar me never eft men agrnlle 

0. a. n. 1110. 
agruwen, Germ, ergrauen fJiorrereJ? ])et 

ou agrupie (?printed agrupie) a. r. 92. 
agnlten, A. Sax. agyltan, do ivrong, tres- 
pass; agulte Langl. I 16, 304; agelte 

ayenh. 16; hpon me agnlted to ou a. 

r. 186 ; agulte fpret.J spec. 112 ; agilte 

Chauc. r. r. 6833; agult (part. J r. s. 

II, 41; Roh. 262, 14; agelt Will 

4391. 
a3efen, ajeven, A. Sax. agifan, give up, 

surrender, deliver, horn. 1, 29 Sf 31; 

a3even, a3iven Lay 4698 Sf 29062; 

a3eove Jul. 19 ; a3af fpret.J o. a. n. 139. 
a3elden, A. Sax. ageldan, yield up : and 

ayild pe to pis knight Ilalliw. diet. 126. 
a3eoten, A. Sax. ageotan, pour out ; agoten 

(part.) horn. 1, 127. 
ahleapen, A. Sax. ahleapau, leap up; aleop 

fpret.J Lay 30683. 
ahOf, A. Sax. ahof, 0. K. Germ, ar-, er-, 

irhuob, Goth, ushof, fpret.J hove up : his 

brode swserd he up ahof Lay 21417 ; 

[ahssfLay 7627 ; ahef JIarh. 6]; aheven 

fpart.J Kath. 2406. 



ahon, A. Sax. ahon, hang up: oder slajn 

oder ahon Lay 20878; ahon fpart.J 

Marh. 3, 26. 
ahredden, A. Sax. ahreddan, deliver, save; 

aredden a. r. 390; aredde Flor. a. Bl. 

689; m. t. 97; arudden Kath. 1142; 

aredde fpres. suhj.J o. a. n. 1669; 

aredde fpret.J Lay 831 ; ared fpart.J 

misc. 86. 
ahreowen pity, repent; arewen^. s. 240; 

hit shal him never penne arewe const. 

mas. 16; arepe pi plite Kath. 1463; 

pe deore drihtin areap us 1379 ; arew 

h. h. 29. 
ahrepien touch : ])et heo mupen arepen d: 

arechen a. r. 128 ; areppen La^. 26034. 
ahrinen (= anhrinen ?) touch : alle J)e 

pinges ])et heo arined a. r. 408; aran 

fpret.J Marh. 20, 32. 
ahrusien shale: ])e tre aresede as hit 

wokl falle s. s. cd. Wei. 916. 
ahwenen, A. Sax. ahpsenan (?) Lyes diction., 

tronhle: herof pe lavedies to me menep 

and pel sore me ahpenep o. a. n. 1664. 
ahweorfen, A. Sax. ahpeorfan, turn away ? 

awharf fpret.J Gaw. 2220. 
akelen, A. Sax. acelan, cool ; akele Gow. 

2, 91 ; akel]) fpres. J misc. 30; akelde 

fpret.J Roh. 442, 13. 
akennednesse, A. Sax. acennedness, gene- 
ration, horn. 1, 209 ; aken(n)esse h. m. 46. 
akennen, A. Sax. acennan, heget, gignere ; 

akende fpret.J Lay 2V240 ; akenned 

fpart.J horn. 1, 89 ; akennet X^i^A. 332. 
akennen, 0. H. Germ, archennan, 7'ecog- 

nize, reconnoiter ; akende fpret.J Lay 

7243'"'' ; akenninge fpaH.J Alis. 3468. 
akimen, M. H. Germ, erkumen ficranh 

und elend werdenj ? grou; faint ? akimed 

fpart.J Lay 26354. 
alacchen (= 3elacchen?) talce: alle ])at 

pai pan alacche mi3t Ilalliw. diet. 37 . 
alsenen, A. Sax. alsenan, grant ; aleano 

Lay 31603*. 



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alseten, A. Sax. al«tan, Moff, Za^. J 5932. 

alamien, M. II. Germ, erlamen, grow lame ; 
alamed, alemed ('part.) o. a. n. 1604. 

aladien, M. II. Germ, eiieiden, become 
loath; alopep f pros. J o. a. n. 1211 ; 
ml lif me is alatled La"^. 25930. 

aleggen, A. Sax. alecgan, put down, La^ 
7714; heo ne mihte noht alegge pat 
pe ule hadde hire ised o. a. n. 394; 
uvele lawes . . . bote if he hem alegge 
Bel. 1638; aleide fpret.J Will 5240; 
aleid (part.) spec. 105; alaid is Darie 
pin honour AUs. 2386. 

aleinen, 0. II. Germ, arlougnan, conceal ; 
alained fpret.J Ilalliw. diet. 38. 

aleomen illumine, hom. 2, 7. 

alesen, A. Sax. alesan, release, La"^. 1084 ; 
a. r. 124; alesde fpret.J hom. 1, 19; 
he hine alesede mid his blode r. s. VII, 
21 ; alesed fpart.J Kath. 1150. 

alesend releaser, hom. 1, 125. 

alesnesse releasement, hom. 1,15 ; h. m. 11. 

alesunge releasevnent, Kath. 1153 ; alesin- 
ge hom. 1, 143. 

aliggen, A. Sax. alicgan, subside, Marh. 
5 ; aligge La'^. 26298 ; a much el pind 
alid mid a Intel rein a. r. 246 ; pis 
lutle pine pat alid i lute hpile Kath. 
2183. 

alihten, A. Sax. alihtan, alight. Lay 
26618 ; no wonder pej hit smite harde 
per hit dop ali3te treat. 136 ; allhte 
fpret.J misc. 37 ; god almihti . . . 
alihte a dun to helle a. r. 248 ; alijte 
Shoreh. 129; alijted ''alleviata\ Wicl. 
Is. 9. 

alihten, A. Sax. alj^htan, light tip, illu- 
mine; ali3te ayenb. 109; ali3te fpret.J 
Shoreh. 84; alight Gow. 2, 183. 

alimpen, A. Sax. alimpan, befall ; alomp 
fpret.J Lay 18053. 

allden pass away. Lay 12041 ; pa seove 
3er weoren alidene 3970. 

alipien, A. Sax. aleodian ? dismember : 



nou havep he . . . mine leomes alipede 

Lay 25929''. 
aluten, A. Sax. alutan, incline ; alute misc. 

48; aloute Beh. 2140; pi. cr. 750; li 

h. disc. 1254; d^lQMiQ^ fpret.J Will- 37 21. 
am&den confound, derange? amad fpart.J 

Horn ed. Lum. 574; p. s. 156; amad, 

amead h. m. 37 ; amed a. r. 324 ; misc. 

48 ; heo weoren amadde Lay 4438. 
? amaistren, cmp. Germ, ermeistern, master, 

Langl. 6, 214 f7 , 200 J; ameistren a. 

r. 140; amaistrep fpres.J ayenb. 129. 
amansien, A. Sax. amansumian, excommu- 
nicate ; amonsi p. s. 196; amansede 

fpret.J p. I. s. XVII, 512; amansed 

fpart.J Kath. 2101; o. a. n. 1307 ; 

Hob. 335, 7. 
amanzinge, A. Sax. amansumung, excom- 
munication, ayenb. 189. 
amasen amaze ; amased fpart.J a. r. 270 ; 

Will. 686; Gow. 2, 25. 
ameoken render meek ; amekid fpart.J ged. 

Rom. 177. 
amerien, A. Sax. amerian, purify ; amered 

fpart.J s. s. ed. Web. 2266. 
amerren, A. Sax. amerran, mar; amerre 

misc. 74 ; amerrep fpres.J ayenb. 203 ; 

amerde fpret.J Lay 11725; amerred 

fpart.J Shoreh. 105. 
ameten, A. Sax. ametan, measure ; ameten 

fpart.J fragm. 2, 6. 
amurdrin murder, hom. 1,247 ; amurdred 

fpart.J Lay 16147. 
anarwen narrow; anarwip fpres.J AUs! 

3346. 
ane3en? pat hi wel ham conne aneye 

Shoreh. 47 ; of sope he ham aneyde 19. 
aneowen, 0. II. Germ, irniuwon, renew; 

anewe dep. R. 15, 19; ennewip? Wicl. 

eccles. 38; enewes? Tcivn. myst. 314. 
animen take aivay; anam fpret.J hom. 1, 229. 
aniderien. Germ, ernidern, bring down; 

anideri (aneoperi) Lay 14861; anepered 

fpart.J Rob. 217, 10. 



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arsechen, A. Sax. arsecan, i'each, attain : 
arechin "attingere\ prompt. 14; arechen 
a. r. 128; areche Horn ed. Lum. 1220; 
Shoreh. 164; Gow. 1, loO; al pat his 
ax areche might Rich. 7039; arsehte 
(arahte) fpret.J Lay 10539; arajte Ilal- 
liw. diet. 77. 

arffiden, O.II.Germ. irraten, conjecture, in- 
terpret, explain: of whiche no man ne cou- 
pe areden pe nombre Alis. f)116; arede 
misc. 46; Gow. 1, 24; hi pat aredep 
pise redeles Shoreh. 24; pe sweven . . . 
j)at Daniel an one arad Gow. 1, 2d. 

arseden, A. Sax. arsedan? Greins gloss. 1, 
36, prepare? and gan him arede in 
scorn s. a. c. ed. Wr. LX, 69; a mar- 
we heo hine araedden La-^. 16482. 

arseren, A. Sax. arseran, rear up, La'^. 
2023; pet heo muhten pe deade area- 
ren vrom deade to live a. r. 390; a- 
XQXQBeh.901; Trist. 3, 49; Octov.21; 
arerde fpret.J Lay 14229; arearde X«^/«. 
1114; arered (part. J Mob. 7, 10; he 
hedde arered and imad manye werren 
ayenh. 239; pe rode is up arered spec. 
86. 

araten reprove? Langl. b 11, 98; arated 
fpart.J 14, 163. 

arecchen, A. Sax. areccan, explain, ex- 
pound, Lay 28097 ; pis sweven arsehten 
26629; araht fpart.J Marh. 1; arou3t 
HaUiw. diet. 86. 

aredien, A. Sax. aredian? Greins gloss. 
1, 37 , direct? and bad heom aredien 

. him to hffih^en pan kingen Lay 23316. 

areimen eripere? pet is ure raunsun pet 
pe schulen areimen us mide a. r. 126. 

areisen raise; areise Will. 4342; areisid 
fpart.J Wicl. John 3. 

arihten, 0. JT. Germ, arrichtan ferigerej? 
such gestening he aright Tor. 1366. 

arimen, A. Sax. arlman, number. Lay 
26392. 

arisen, A. Sax. arisan, arise, Lay 1248; 



a. r. 324; til pe sonne gan arise 

Chauc. a t. b 791 f 6211 J; artst fpres.J 

Alis. 6468; arisep up misc. 42; aras 

fpret.J Kath. 337 ; aros Beh. 461; hi 

arise Brand. 10; arisen fpart.J c. I. 

1430; h. T. 442; arise Will. 1297. 
arist, A. Sax. arist, aerist, arising, Gow. 

1, 320; ariste hom. 1, 87 ; aerist Orm. 

16236; ariste fdat.J a. r. 38. 
aschamien, A. Sax. ascamian, ashame; 

aschamed fpart.J Alis. 3309; Will. 

1036; s. s. ed. Wr. 2314. 
ascheaken, A. Sax. asceacan, elapse: jer 

pe dai weore al asceken (asake) Lar>,. 

19164. 
aschedden shed; asced fpart.J hom. 1, 127 . 
aschenden disgrace: pat lond he wole a- 

schende Bek. 1364. 
aschewelen scare away: ])ar ich aschepele 

(ascheule) pie and crope o. a. n. 1613. 
aschortien sharten: (pine) tunge is ascor- 

ted fragni. 8, 34. 
aschrenchen, A. Sax. ascrencan, deceive: 

ech opren aschrenchep Shoreh. 17 ; a- 

schreint fpart.J Alis. 4819; ich was 

aschreint s. s. ed. Web. 1486. 
aschunchen terrify? ne mey hit me a- 

shunche spec. 38. 
asearien, 0. II. Germ, arsoren, c?ry up; 

asered fpret.J s. s. ed. Web. 606. 
asechen seeh out, La'^^. 27866. 
asenchen make to sink; azenkte fpret.J 

ayenb. 49; fire scipen he aseingde Lay 

26697 ; al here atil and tresour was 

al so aseint Bob. 61, 22. 
asenden, A. Sax. asendan, send out, hom.^ 

1, 91. 
asijen, A. Sax. asigan, go down ; asien 

misc. 90. 
asinken sink down: pat hi nasinkep Shoreh. 

136; asonken fpret.J Mopes 346. 
aslakien, A. Sax. aslacian, sla/ce; aslaki 

fpres. subj.J ayenb. 263; til atte laste 

aslaked was his mood Chauc. C.t. a 1 760. 



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aslan, aslsen, 0. //. Germ, arslahan, slay^ 
occidere, La\ 22271 ^ 22576; aslen 
Fl(yr. a. BI. 105; aslo3 fpret.J Lay 
22319; aslou3 p. 1. s. XII, 88; asla^e 
f part. J Horn ed. Lum. 88; aslawe Roh. 
170, 6; Shoreh. 120. 

asllden, A. Sax. aslidan, slide away; a- 
slide HaUiw. diet. 93. 

asluppen (= andsluppen? cmp. 31. II. Germ. 
entslipfen) slip aivay: ne miht i him 
asluppe spec. 38; aslipped (part. J a. p. 
3, 218. 

asmellen smell out: pe bor hem gan ful 
sone asmelle s. s. ed. Weh. 891. 

asneesen, A. Sax. asnsesan, strike, wound: 
pene horn pet he asnesect mide alle 
peo pet he areached a. r. 200. 

asoftien soften: asofte Halliw. diet. 94. 

asparien, M. II. Germ, ersparn, spare; a- 
spare Langl. h 15, 136. 

aspenden, A. Sax. aspemlan, spend; a- 
spenen fpres. suhj.J liom. 1, 123. 

aspillen spill; aspille o. a. n. 348; mi 
soule to aspille Beh. 1024; peo pet tor- 
leosed & aspilled al hore god a. r. 148. 

aspringen, A. Sax. aspriugan, spring up; 
aspringe SJioreh. 120; asprang fpret.J 
liom. 1, 227; asprongim fpart.J Bighj 
myst. 118. 

astanden, A. Sax. 2i^i?i'i\iidA\, stajid up: pat 
deor lip astod La'). 6495. 

astellen, A. Sax. astellaii, establish; astalde 
fpret.J liom. 1, 19; astald (part.) La"). 
8116. 
• astenchen, Germ, erstenken, annoy by 
stench: stut(t)e nu . . . to astenchen 
me pict pe stench pet of pi mud sti- 
hed Jlarh. 12, 21. 

asteorven, A. Sax. asteorfan, starve, die, 
Marh. 12, 7 ; a. r. 326; asterve ayenh. 
240; astorven fpart.J a. r. 310; astorve 
0. a. n. 1200. 

asteren, A. Sax. asteran (?), excite, resus- 
citate? astearde fpret.J Kath. 1043^. 



agti3en, A. Sax. astigan, ascend; astien 

Bob. 317, 6; astah fpret.J horn. 1, 91; 

asteyh, astey misc. 53 S^ 55; astijen 

Lay 8691. 
astunien astound: hors and man astuned 

lay Arth. a. Merl. 6297 ; astoned (== 

estoned?) Chauc. Troil. 274. 
astunten, A. Sax. astyntan, stop, cease: 

astunten hore cleppe a. r. 72; astente 

Will. 1527; astunte fpret.J La^. 3189V^; 

astunte, astinte Bob. 128, 15 c^^ 546, 

20; astint fpart.J Mapes 341 . 
asturien, A. Sax. astyrian, stir up; a- 

stured weoren Eomweren alle mid sterc- 

lichere wr^edde Lai,. 25329; astered 

Begrev. 757 . 
asturten stat^l up, misc. 43; pe eotend 

lip asturte Lay 26045; astirte til him 

Havel. 893; see setsturten. 
aswel3en (= ofswel3en?) devour; aswolwe 

fpart.J Beves 786. 
aswelten be suffocated, die: pet he aspelte 

pidinnen a. r. 216; pe fuir . . . a- 

gwelt Alis. 6639; cnihtes par aswalten 

Lay 27474''. 
aswevien lay asleep, stupefy; astonied and 

asweved Chauc. h. f. 549. 
aswiken, A. Sax. aspican, cease; aspiked 

fpres.J Kath. 2187 ; aswac fpret.J Lay 

16112. 
aspinden, A. Sax. aspindan, vanish, de- 
crease, decay, Marh. 13, 8; aspinde o. 

a. n. 1574; aswint fpres.J La^. 17940; 

aspond fpret.J horn. 1, 133; serst a- 

swond pat corn Lay 31793; aspnnde 

fpart.J 0. a. n. 1480; aswoimde I. h. 

r. 52. 
aswinken procure by labour; aswinke Beh. 

1663. 
asw63en, A. Sax. aspogan, sicoon : he fell 

aswOwe to grounde Launf. 7 55. 
ataken (= oftaken ?) tale; atake Beh. 

1961; Chauc. C. t. 12513; Am. a. A- 

mil. 2070; shal atake '^apprehendet", 



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Wicl. levit. 26; atOk fpret.J Arth. a. 

Mei^L 468. 
atamien tame; atame dep. R. 15; atamed 

(part. J ayenh. 153. 
ateon, A. Sax. ateoii, treat: weoreu . . . 

reouliche ato3ene La^. 24846, 
ateonien irritate; ateoned {part. J chron. 

Engl. 61; atened Beves 2601. 
ateorien fail^ atiered Jiom. 2, 29. 
atrejien afflict, g7'ieve; atraid fpret.J s. 

s. ed. WeJ). 1867 ; atrai3ed f part. J k. 

T. 605. 
atriikien (= 3etrukien?) fail; atroketz 

fpres.J p. r. I. p. 221. 
atwinnen (= antwinnen?) part asunder; 

atwinne llalliw. diet. 109. . 

apeostrien. A. Sax. apeosterian, become 

dark, obscure: se mone apestred hom. 

1, 239; apeostrede (pret.) Lay 2860. 
adrusemen, A. Sax. aprysemian, stifle, 

suffocate, a. r. 40; aprusmed fpres.J 
hom. 1, 251. 
apursten, M. II. Germ, erdiirsten? athirst, 
siti confici; apurst f part. J p. I. s. XIII, 
329; he werp apurst wel sore rel. ant. 

2, 213; athrest lud. Cov. 190; see of- 
pursten. 

awaken, A. Sax. a^acan, awake; awake 
ChauG. l. g. w. 1332; awoc fpret.J Lay 
1253; awook Langl ed. Wr. 4773; 
Chauc. C. t. ed. Wr. 7285; awake 
fpart.J c. I. 473; rel. ant.- 1, 144. 

awakien, A. Sax. apacian, awake. Lay 
17914; apakede fpret.J a. r. 236; a- 
wakede Langl. 9586; awaked fpart.J 
Chauc. Boet. 2859. 

apakenen, A. Sax. apacnian, awaken, a. r. 
44; awakned fpret.J Langl. b 19, 478. 

awalden, M. H. Germ, erwalten, master, 
subdue, Lay 4345; awolde p. I. s. 
XVII, 335. 

awapien stupefy? awaped fpart.J Alts. 
3673; awhaped Chauc. I. g. w. 814. 

aparien, A. Sax. apergan, apyrgan, cwrse, 



a. r. 284; awariedo fpret.J Lay 13946; 

aparied fpart.J r. s. IV, 75; apirigd 

hom. 1, 223; apariede pihtes Kath. 

1066 ; ine awar3ede glednesse ayenb. 27 . 
awaschen wash, elavare; apescen fpart.J 

hom. 1, 37 . 
apecchen waken, rouse, hom. 1, 267 ; a- 

wecche rel. ant. 2, 278; apahte fpret.J 

Kath. 1044; awei3te Alis. 5858; a- 

waht fpart.J Lay 4520. 
aweden, A. Sax. apedan, go mad. Lay 

22020; awede Shoreh. 163; Will. 45; 

Trist. 3, 81; li b. disc. 957; apedep 

fpres.J 0. a. n. 1384; awedde fpret.J 

Rob. 162, 20; aped fpart.J a. r. 96; 

awed Bek. 1486. 
aweldeii, awilden master, subdue, Lay 4083 

Sf 27327; awelde rel. ant. 1, 184; a- 

pelded fpres.J a. r. 144; apealt fpart.J 

Kath. 555. 
awel3ien, make wealthy, become luxuriant? 

heo polde elles apilegen a. r. 176; nes 

per nan swa wraecche Brut pat he nes 

aw8el3ed Lay 22718. 
awemmen injure; awemmed fpart.J Lay 

2212; apemmed rel. ant. 1, 128. 
awenden, A. Sax. apendan faverterej, ivcnd 

away; apende fpret.J hom. 1, 219; a- 

wend fpart.J Lay 19072^'; Thomas . . . 

out of ml lond is awend Bek. 1240. 
aweorpen/ A. Sax. apeorpan, cast down; 

aporpen a. r. 122; aparpen Kath. 590; 

aperped fpres.J hom. 1, 25; awarpep 

rel. ant. 2, 210; aporpen fpart.J a. r. 

278. 
awesten, A. Sax. apestan, loaste, devastate; 

apested fpres.J hom. 1, 13; aweste 

fpret.J Lay 6452; awest fpart.J Lay 

2149. 
awinnen win, obtain, Lay 18761; awin- 

ne ayenb. 85; Horn ed. Lum. 1071; 

s. s. ed. Web. 1822; rel ant. 2, 243. 
awlaten disgust; awlated fpart.J Rob. 

485, 9. 

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awlenchen make splendid? Sbflenc^ f'? print- 
ed awlened) hire mid clodes re/, ant. 
1, 129. 
.. awradien heeome wroth: ne noht so glad 
pat hit ne apropep o. a. n. 1278; a- 
wradded fpart.J La-^. 24834. 

awrecchen, A. Sax. apreccan fsuscitarej? 
& habbed al mi kinelond awrseht ut of 
mire bond La"). 16436. 

awreken, A. Sax. aprecan, reject, avenge: 
pat ilke pat Howel baf(d) ispeken ne 
seal hit na man awreken La-^. 26104; 
apreken sunne a. r. 334; awreke ayenh. 
9; Rich. 1771 ; aprec fpret.J a. r. 334; 
awreken fpart.J Trist. 3, 14; apreke 

0. a. n.' 262; awreken, awroken Cham. 
a t. a 3762; awroke Zanffl. h 6,204. 

awriten, A. Sax. apritan, ivrite out; aprit 
fpres.J fragm. 2, 10; aprat fpret.J horn. 

1, 13; apriten fpart.J horn. 1, 116. 
awundrien, Germ, erwundern, wonder, sur- 
prise: seint Gregorie apundred him a. 
r. 146; apundrede fpret.J Kath. 312; 
awundred fpart.J La^. 16972; apundred 
Kath. 1249; awondred Will 872; of 
mi tale ne beop noght awondred JIalliw. 
diet. 123. 

awurien, 0. H. Germ, erwurgen, worry, 

strangle; awirien pi. cr. 662; pe vox 

apuried al enne floe a. r. 202. 
awurdien honour; awurdede fpret.J La\. 

9629. 
a-, O.Fr. a, ab, Lat. ab, a-, ah-. 

abatin, Fr. abattre, abate, prompt. 6; a- 

batie ayenh. 28; abati Roh. 64, 6; a- 

bate Will 1141. 
abominable ahominable, ayenh. 49. 
abregen, O.Fr. abregier, abrevier Roquef. 

gloss. 1, 9, ahridge; abrege pr. e. 4671; 

abregge Chauc. C. t. 9631; abregge 

fpres. imper.J Mire 1629. 
apert apert, apertus, ayenh. 203; Alis. 

2460; m. t. 70; pr. c. 4490. 
asoilen, assoilen absolve, Langl prol. 67 



f70j; asoile Mire 1968; assoili fpres. 

subj.J Bek. 2027. ^ 
abundance abundance, ayenh. 261. 
abundin abound, prompt. 6. 
a-, O.Fr. a, Lat. ad, a-, ad-. 

abai, O.Fr. abai, hay: po dogge . . . 

held it at abaie Will. 46. 
abet, 0. Fr. abet, abet; abette fdat.J 

Shoreh. 68. 
acces access, JIalliw. diet. 13; axes Chauc. 

Troil 2670. 
acheven achieve; acheve Gaw. 1838; a- 

cheved fpart.J Chauc. r. r. 2049. I 

acoien quiet; acoie Chauc. r. r. 3664. 1 
acointance acquaintance ; aqueintance Chauc. 
. C. t. a 246. 
acointen, O.Fr. accointer, acquaint: heo 

acointede him an on Roh. 16, 21; a- 

kointed fpart.J a. r. 218. 
acoien, 0. Fr. acoler, embrace; acoles 

fpres.J Gaw. 1936. 
acomplissen accomplish, Chauc. Boet. 3366. 
acompte account, g. 8. 
acounten account; acountep fpres.J ayenh. 

137. I 

acord accord, Bel. 718; Man. 6276. ' 
acordin accord, prompt. 6; acordi Bek. 

731; ayenh. 161: acordip fpres.J Wicl 

Luke 6. 
acusen accuse; accusi Shoreh. 34; aciisede 

fpret.J Bek. 369. 
adden add, Chauc. Boet. 2303. 
affaiten, O.Fr. afaitier, prepare, train, 

tame, Langl. 6, 49 f67 J; afaiti Rob. 

179, 12; afeited fpart.J a. r. 284; a- 

faited ayenb. 212. 
affectitin affection, a. r. 288; affeccioun 

ayenh. 161. 
affermen «/Vrm ; afferme Z«V/^. m. p. 132; 

affermed fpart.J Chauc. C. t. a 2349. 
aifien affy, Chauc. r. r. 6480; afted 

fpret.J Alis. 7361. 
aflight, O.Fr. afflict, afflicted, Octov. 191; 

Gow. 1, 210. 



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afolen become foolish; afoled f part. J o. a. 

n. 206. 
affronten affront: an if a pore man speke 

a word he shal be foule affrounted p. 

s. 337. 
agreven, O.Fr. ajirrevier, agregier, aggrie- 
ve; aggreggin ^^aggravare', prompt. 8; 

agrevith hid. Cov. 41; aggregith apol. 

4; agreved f part. J IVill. 641. 
alayen, i\. aloyer, allay; allayed (part.) 

Langl. I 15, 346. 
aleggen allege, Langl. h 11, 88; alegge 

Chauc. C. t. 9532; allege pr. c. 5584. 
aliance alliance, Rob. 295, 1. 
alosen, O.Fr. aloser, praise, render fa- 
mous; alosi ayenh. 183; alosed (part. J 

Chauc. r. r. 2354; Alis. ed. Sh. 139. 
alouin, O.Fr. allouer, alloiv, "allocare\ 

prompt. 10; aloue fpres.J Chauc. C. t. 

10988; aloue fsubj.J Rich. 4662. 
amesuren measure; amesurejj fpres.J ayenb. 

252. 
amunten amount ; amuntet fpres.J misc. 28. 
apalen satisfy, content; apayed f part. J 

Langl. 6, 110 f7, 101 J; apayed, apaied 

Will. 1 ^ 1883. 
apaisen appease; apaisede fpret.J Chauc. 

Boet. 4278. 
appallen appall; appallep fpres.J Shoreh. 91. 
appareil apparel, JFicl. 1 Mace. 9; appa- 

rail Man. 657. 
appareilen apparel; apparaile, apparaille 

La7igl. 2, 148 fl70j; aparailde fpret.J 

Will. 1146; aparailed f part. J misc. 26. 
apel appeal, peal, ^^appellatio, classicmn\ 

prompt. 12 Sf 13. 

appelin appeal, ^^appellare\ prompt. '13. 
aperceiven perceive; aparceivep fpres.J 

ayenb. 57. 
apperen appear; apeeren, appft'e, appiere 

Langl. 3, 109 fll3j; appere Chau^. 

C. t. a 2346; pr. c. 5243. 
applieu apply, Chauc. Boet. 4660. 
aprochen approach, Chauc. Boet. 66. 



aquiten acquit; aquite Chauc. r. r. 6742; 

aquitti ayenb. 137 ; acpiten a. r. 124. 
acquitance acquittance, Langl. b 14, 189. ^ 
arai, 0. Fr. arroi, array, Will. 1597; ar- 

rai Chauc. C. t. 6509 Sf 8138; Mand. 

252. 
arraien array; arraie Chauc. C. t. b 1202; 

araie Will. 3561; arraye fpres. imper.J 

Mand. 214. 
arainen, O.Fr. arrainier, arraigner, ar- 
raign; areine p. I. s. XXV, 85. 
aresten arrest; areste Chauc. C. t. a 827; 

d. Arth. 633. 
ariven arrive; arive Brand. 11; arrive 

3Iand. 31. 
arrogance arrogance, ayenb. 21. 
arouten, O.Fr. arouter? pou shelt lierto 

aroute Ualliw. diet. 86. 
assailen, asailen assail, a. r. 246 Sf 362; 

asail3e h. m. 47; assaille Horn ed. 

Lum. 637 . 
asaut assault, Rob. 175, 8. 
asegen besiege; aseged f part. J Will. 4224. 
assemblen assemble; assemble Chauc. Boet. 

2208; asembleden fpret.J Will. 3815. 
assenten, O.Fr. assentir, assent; assente 

Langl. 3, 113 fll7 J. 
assetz, Fr. assez, assets, Langl. b 17 , 237 . 
assignen, 0. Fr. assegner ; assignede fpret.J 

p. I. s. XII, 131; asegned f part. J 

Will. 581. ' • 
asise assize, size, Rob, 53 y 16; Will. 

4451; assise s. s. ed. Web.. 2490; Oc- 

tov. 81; Chauc. r. r. 1237. 
assuren, O.Fr. asseuror, assure; assure 

Chauc. C. t. h 1231 ; asseured f part. J 

Boet. 330. 
atacben attach; atache, attache Langl. 2^ 

174 fl99j. 
attamin ^'attaminare\ prompt. 16; atta- 

mede fpret.J d. Arth. 2175. 
2i^>\jQmQT\. attain ; atteine Chauc. Boet. 3358; 

attein pr. c. 5332. 
atiffen, O.Fr. atiffer, tiff\ adorn, a. r. 360. 



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atilen, ltd. attillare, equip; atiled f part. J 

Rob, 184, 17. 
atir attire, La^. 327 5"^; WW. 4465. 
atiren, O.Fr. atirer, attire, s. s. ed. Wr. 

3218; atired (part.) Will. 1228. 
atisen, O.Fr. atiser, entice; attise Kalliio. 

diet. 109. 
aturn, O.Fr. atorn, dress, h. m. 23; at- 

toiir Chauc. r. r. 3718. 
aturne, O.Fr. atorne, attorney, g, 68. 
aturnen, O.Fr. atorner, turn, dress: he 

atornde as vaste as he mijte Rol. 419, 

6; er he . . . habbe hire spuch aturned 

and imaked a. r. 284; leofliche atur- 

net Jiom. 1, 257 . 
avenant becoming, agreeable; aveuaunt Man. 

7532. 
aventure adventure, a. r. 340; Alis. 7 837 ; 

be aventure Mand. 185; antur ant. 

Arth. I, 1. 
avilen, Fr. avTlir, revile; aviled fpret.j 

a. p. 2, 1713. 
avis advice, Rob. 89, 18; Chauc. C. t. a 

1868; Mand. 180; 3fan. 5268. 
avisen, O.Fr. aviser, advise: with alle 

. . . pe mirpe pat men coupe avlse 

Gaw. 45; of pine answere avise pe 

right wel Chauc. I. g. w. 335. 
avision vision, Rob. 255, 13. 
avoue vow. Will. 532. 
avouen, Fr. avouer, avoiv, pi. cr. 847; 

avoue Wicl. genes. 31. 
avoutrie, O.Fr. avoutrie, adultery, Langl. 

b 2, 175; Chauc. C. t. ed.Tyrwh.6886; 

Mand. 54. 
awaiten, O.Fr. aguaitier, await; awaite 

Langl. b 10, 333 (a 11, 222 has a- 

spie); out he jeode for te awaite what 

pat wonder were Belc. 86; apaited fpres.J 

a. r. 174; awaitep c. I. 767; aweitid 

(part. J Wicl. exod. 21. 
a- see an-, and-, aet-, en-, es-, 36-, of-. 
a, M.H.Germ. a Ben. wb. 1, 2, ah, oh, a. 
r. 52; Orm. 12808; Bel. 1177; c. I. 



1077; s. s. ed. Wr. 1250; Langl. b 
17, 124; Chauc. C. t. a 1078; a 30 
r?ms. a3e) p. I. s. XV U, 481; a las 
a. r. 148; Rob. 34, 16; a wei Lay 
7223; Rob. 35, 5. 
a, A. Sax. a Ettm. lex. 55, Greins gloss. 
1, 11, O.Icel. £6 Egilss. lex. 118, O.H. 
Germ, eo, io Graffs sprsch. I, 513, 
Goth, aiv Sch. gloss. 14, JJiefenb. wb. 
1, 26, ever, semper. Lay 3836; p. I. s. 
nil, 43; Orm. 1688; a, aa Kath. 
664; a mare Jilarh. 5, 2; a buten ende 
Orm. 21; porld a buten ende a. r. 396; 
spec. 106; rel. ant. 1, 275; ever and 
6 Mapes 342; 00 st. gen. Ill; a3, 0. 
Icel. ei, ey? aye, fms. a33) Orm. 265; 
ay Horn 159; Will. 2239; Chauc. C. 
t. a 63; Lidg. m. p. 46; ay, ai st. gen. 
5 Sf 451; pe blisse pat ay shal be 
spec. 75; longe is ay ant longe is 
106; ay wipouten ende li b. disc. 531; 
ay forp Jos. 126; for. ay Iw. 1510; 
in ay ps. 9, 6; ai mare Jfath. 1683; 
ey and 6 rel. ant. 1, 275. 
ahwer, A. Sax. ahpaer, 0. II. Germ, eohwar, 

any where, alicuhi ; awher Ilalliw. diet. 

122; owher Chauc. C. t. a 653; Gow. 

2, 349; ophar (ms. opphar) Orm. 833; 

ouhpar a. r. 60; ouwhar (printed on- 

whar) Will. 1820. 
^wher, A. Sax. seghpser, 0.11. Germ, eogi- 

hwar, everywhere. Lay 13372; e3ph8er 

fms. e33ph8er) O.m. 645; eihper Kath. 

1728; ay where a. p. 2, 228; aywhare 

pr. c. 8199. 
awper, A. Sax. ahpseder, apder, O.H. 

(lerm. ioweder, or (auther, other), uter- 

que, aut; auper Gaw. 88; aupir ant. 

Arth. XVI, 3; heore op per fms. opp- 

perr) <)rm. 124; owper of pam Iw. 

3589; ouder of peos tpo a. r. 286; 

ouper ... or Mand. 184; ouper bi 

daye or bl nighte Fercev. 87; ouper 

(Oper) elles Langl. 1, 151 fl75j; ouper 



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(Oper) . . .or Chauc. C. t. a lo93; 
oiper AUs. 4899; Oiper ... or Man. 
2, 11; Oder on him siilf oder on his 
freond a. r. 202; oper dairim Oper 
daisteorre o. a. n. 328; oper catel oper 
clop pi. cr. 116; oper ... or liol. 
17, 21; dusting oper iending fragm. 
1, 19; fader Oder moder La^. 26092; 
twelf winter oper more llaveJ. 787; li- 
per oper god treat. 133; oper, opr 
fms. oppr), or Orm, 480, 6255 Sf 
10882; other (or). . . other {oi)LangJ. 
h 13, 369 ; a maister or a pope Chauc. 
a t. a 261. 

ceider, A. Sax. £egh]?a3der, &gder, 0.11. 
Germ, eogahwedar, either, La^. 15982; 
ejper fms. e33perr) heore Orm. 413; 
6i3per, eiper WiH. 1010 Sf 1240; ei- 
der Kath. 1983; to eiper limped his 
dole a. r. 10; eoiir eyper horn. 1, 15; 
on eyper side Roh. 17, 4; eiper . . . 
or Chauc. ('. t. a 1645; in felde eiper 
in toune h. s. 996; ey})er, eiper, aiper 
0. a. n. 7 Sf 796; eyper, ayther Langl. 
h 9, 85 f5330j; ayfjer Havel. 2665; 
s. s. ed. Wr. 787; aiper treat. 139; 
eyder, ayder ayetib. 53 ^ 66; eper of 
50 w Degrev. 1177; er g. 31; fare he 
nord er fare he stid rel. a?it. 1, 211 
fmisc. 4). 

ffihwilc, A. Sax. seghpylc, sic, 0. II. Germ. 
eogihweliher, O.Fris. elk, ek, see Gr. 
gram. 3, 53, II. zeitschr. 11,312, each; 
ffipilc horn. 1, 13; ffilc La"^. 1996; epc, 
euch Kath. 20 Sf 1231; euch a. r. 14; 
euch, ech 0. a. n. 434 Sf 975; ech 
treat. 132; ayenb. 11; Chauc. C. t. a 
791; Tor. 2758; elches {gen. m.J La-^. 
9921; eches Brand. 3; aelche fdat. m.J 
La-^. 2511; eche 0. a. n. 800; elchere 
(dat. f.J horn. 1, 103. 

ah wider, A. Sax. ahpider, any whither; 0- 
hpider horn. 1,247; ouhpuder a. r. 172. 

awiht, A. Sax. apiht, auht, aht, O.R. 



Germ, eowiht, augJit fought J; apiht, oht 
fms. ohht) Orm. 432 Sf 6905; ^if heo 
wes awiht hende Xr/3. 7027; pat severe 
aht cude per on 11986; pe heom oht 
lufeden 25346; m^t Langl. ed. Wr. 
3331; aught R'xh. 2460; a^t ayenl, 
194; Shoreh. 95; eapiht horn. 1, 3; 
eapt Kath. 1193; ouht, o^t 0. a. n. 
662; ou3t. Out JViU. 952 Sf 1823; 
Out (eapicht) a. r. 124; Oht spec. 71; 
03t Belc. 1422; Ogt st. gen. 1793; am 
1 Oght that shrew Town. myst. 180. 
abbei^ Fr. abbaye, Lat. abbatia, alley, 

Brand. 12. 
abbod^ A. Sax. abbod, abbot, Lat. abbate, 

allot, a. r. 314; abbed (abbod) Lay 

13131; abbot Brand. 12. 

abbodriche misc. 145. 
abbodie ablatia, fms. abboddie) misc. 145. 
able, 0. Butch abel Kil. diet., Fr. habile? 

see Diefenl. wl. 1, 2, alle, ^^halilis, ido- 

neus\ prompt. 5; Chauc. C. t. a 167 . 

abelliche ahly, const, mas. 243. 
abs-, O.Fr. Lat. abs-, als-. 

absence alsence, prompt. 5. 

absent alsent, prompt. 5. 

absteinin alstain, prompt. 5. 

abstinence alstinence, ayenl. 236. 
ac, A. Sax. ac, ah Ettm. lex. 2, O.L.Germ. 

ac Schm. gloss. 3, Goth, ak Diefenl. wl. 

1, 31, 0. II. Germ, oh Graffs sprsch. 1, 
118, lut, sed, Orm. 63; Rol. 2, 14; 
ayenl. 6; s. s. ed. Wei. 1313; Trist. 

2, 38; Langl. 1, 119 fl28); ac a3en 
ri3te hi beop Bel. 1624; nis nau3t 
malice ac hit is la3e Shoreh. 153; ac, 
ak c. I. 444; Will. 106 Sf 110; ak p. 
8. 211; ac, ach, ah horn. 1, 123 Sf 
145; ac, ah 0. a. n. 177 Sf 1337; ah 
(ac) La^. 252; ah Kath. 5; auh a. r. 
6 ; oc st. gen. 213; oc he fled fro him 
rel. ant. 1, 212; ok Hick. thes. 1,231; 
p. I. 8. Ill, 7 ; see oc. 

accidie^ Ital. accldia, Gr. a.'KrfiioL, indolencey 



14 



achate 



ajfre 



carelessness, a. r. 208; sleaupe ])et me 

clepep ine clergie accidie oyenb. 16. 
achate^ Gr. a/aTTj^, agate, a. r. 134. 
ache^ A. Sax. sece, ece, from aken, ache 

fake J, misc. 65; Wicl. Mat. 4; litd. Gov. 

223; ache, ake ^^ dolor \ fromjpt. 8; eche 

p. I. s. VIII, 100; a. r. 282. 
acsieii see askieu. 
ad, A. Sax. ad, Ettm. lex. 64, 0. II. Germ. 

eit f ignis, rogusj Graff s sprsch. 1, 152, 

Gr. at^oc, fire, Kath. 1365'^'; 5d ^^rogus', 

fragm. 4, 45 fvoc. 94j. 
addre = naddre? C7np. Dutch adder, adder, 

Langl. h 18, 333; adder s. s. ed. Wch. 

755; eddre oyenh. 26; Shoreh. 161; 

Wicl. genes. 3. 
add, A. Sax. adela fcoenum) G reins gloss., 

O.Swed. adel (lotium) Ihres gloss.. Germ. 

adel fcoenum, lutum, lotium) Gr. wh. 1, 

177, addle. 

adele3 addle-egg; adeleye fdat.J o. a. n. 
133. 
adese, A. Sax. adesa G reins gloss., addice, 

Wicl. Is. 44; adis nug. foet. 14. 
adle, A.Sax.k^, disease, sickness, Orm. 4803. 
adieu, 0. Icel. odlaz -fadipiscij Egilss. lex. 

637 , addle, merere, fms. addlenn) Orm. 

4185; thank adile mir. pi. 140; adled 

fpart.J Orm. 6235. 
adli^, A. Sax. adlig, sick, fragm. 3, 3. 
^, A. Sax. ee, ^p Ettm. lex. 56, 0. Iris. 

ewa, Richth. wh. 584, 0. II. Germ, ewa, 

eha, ea Graff's sprsch. 1, 510, law, Orm. 

145; J)a aide e horn. 1, 87. 

gewhreche, A. Sax. ^pbreca, -brica, "«;- 
dulter^ sepbrseche fragm. 5,11 fvoc. 95 J. 

eapbrekere, 31. II. Germ, ebrechaere, adul- 
terer, hom. 1, 29. 

eubruche, A. Sax. gepbryce, adultery, hom. 
1, 49; eapbruche h. m. 43'^'; eaubruche 
a. r. 204. 
« see ea. 
je-, A. Sax. ge-, 0. Fris. 0. II. Germ. a-. 

ffibare, A. Sax. geber, 0. Fris. aber, 0. II. 



Germ, aparer, manifest, evident. Lay 
2271; sebeere Orm. 7189; ebher Hal liw. 
diet. 328. 

ebriche? ebriche bodes rel. ant. 1, 215. 

egede foolish? Marh. 11, 9 ; hpu egede 
ping is orhel a. r. 282; agade f print- 
ed a gade) s. s. ed. Web. 2638. 

segede folly ? in aegede (segsede) & in le3- 
kes Orm. 2166 Sf 8046. 
je-, A. Sax. ge-, 0. Iris. e-. 

erede destitute of counsel, o. a. n. 1295; 
eirede misc. 192. 
je- see a-. 
sed see ead. 
%feii, A. Sax. sefen, [0. II. Germ, aband], 

even fevej, vesper, La^. 26696; efen Orm. 

1105; even st. gen. 1675; ayenh. 113; 

Gow. 3, 13; Cham. C. t. 6332; Man. 

2440; eve o. a. n. 41; aven rel. ant. 

1, 194; ave Arth. a. Merl. 5391. 

evenlight Degrev. 1601. 

evensong Langl. 5, 190 f345j; evesong 
a. r. 22. 

evensterre Wicl. Job 38; evesterra ^^fhje- 
sperus\ prompt. 144; Chauc. Boet. 510. 

eventid a. r. 404. 

seventime Lay 12858. 
sefcning, A. Sax. gefnung, evening ; evening 

Lay 30419; in ])e eveninge Rob. 312, 13. 
aefne see efen. 
sefre, A. Sax. sefre, ever, semper, Orm. 206; 

gevere msere Lay 21920; efre, evere a. 

r. 4 ^ 62; evre Brand. 3; evre, ever 

0. a. n. 238 ^ 333; evre, evere Havel. 

207 Sf 704; evere buten ende r. s. VII, 

32; evere mo treat. 132; Hoccl. I, 199; 

evere more Mand. 241 ; evere, ever Chauc. 

C. t. a 832; ever (ere) more Man. 287 ; 

ffiver gelc, ever ulc every. Lay 2378 Sf 

4599; evere (ever) ilc (il, i) Havel. 218, 

1070 Sf 1330; ever ilk Iw. 2739; ever 

ich a. r. 4; Chauc. C. t. a 1851; Tor. 

2574; ever ich on Jc. T. 612; ever uch 
?. 26; eaver euch Kath. 735; ever 



seftemest 



ffir 



15 



ihpar everywhere, a. r. 200; eaver ihper 
Kath. 681. 
xfteniest^ A. Sax. aeftemest, Goth, aftumists, 
aftmost, postremus: bi eftemeste erdede 
hom. 2, 23. 
a>ftcii^ A. Sax. seftan, O.IceL aptan, Goth. 
aftana, aft, post; afte? s. s. ed. Wr. 701; 
comp. biseften. 
sefter, A. Sax. sefter, 0. L. Germ, aftar, 0. 11. 
Germ, after, O.Fris. efter, O.Icel. eptir, 
Goth, aftra, after, post, secundum: aefter 
(after) pan flode La-^. 10; his moder E- 
lene him hafde isend aefter 11221 ; after 
Kath. 744; Orm. 120; o. a. n. 140; 
after heore mihte p. I. s. VIII, 80; af- 
ter his wille c. I. 1329; he let after him 
sende Belc. 1384; efter ayenb. 66; efter 

t mine heorte "secundum cor meum\ a. r. 

i [)6; after post, deinde, Kath. 1226; Langl. 
proh 49; eafter Za"^. 1671; efter his 
deade a. r. 314. 

I afterclap, Butch achterklap, after-clap, 

' Arfh. a. Merl.499. 

afterdel, Dutch achterdeel, disadvantage, 

I TFr. diet. 34. 

I aftertale, 0. Butch acliertale, slander, Bek. 
627. 
afterpard, A. Sax. sefterpeard, afterward, 
Orm. 14793; afterward Bek. 119; ef- 

i terward ayenh. 24. 

\ efter warde arriere- garde, ayenb. 118. 
iBfterliiig posterus? sefterlinges fpJ.J La\ 

19116. 
SBftre, A. Sax. seftra, O.K.Germ. aftero, af- 

' ter, posterior: on his efter tocome hom. 

r 1, 96. 

sehte, A. Sax. geht Ettm. lex. 62, Greins 
gloss. 1, 66, Goth, aihts Biefenh. wh. 1, 
12, O.K.Germ. eht Graffs sprsch. 1, 
116, from ah, possession, property; ffihte, 
ahte La^. 846 Sf 1311; sihte fragm. 
6, 9; ehte Alis. 1607; eihte a. r. 214; 
ejte proclam. 6; eijte Roh. 637, 9; ei3- 
te, ayhte o. a. n. 1163; ahte Kath. 



1726; spec. 46; {qjis. ahhte) Orm. 1609; 

agte st. gen. 742; aght 2 own. myst. 11; 

aihte rel. ant. 1, 128; auhte Havel. 

2216; aught s. s. ed. Web. 738; p. s. 

266. 

eihtgradi greedy of property, hom. 2, 29. 

aihteles destitute of property, hom. 2, 29. 
ai see abni. 
aeie see 630. 

selc see sehwilc under a. 
selde see elde. 
jene, A. Sax. ajne, Greins gloss. 1, 67, se- 

mel; ene hom. 1, 16; 0. a. n. 1107; p. 

I. s XXI, 29; for ene and for evere 

Lay 20462^-; at ene Bob. 47, 1; Mire 82. 
senes^ 0. II. Germ, eines Graffs sprsch. 1, 

312, 0. L. Germ. 0. Fris. enes, enis Heine 8 

gloss. 110, Bichth. wb. 707, once, semel, 

La-^. 29326; Orm. 1078; enes Bob. 197, 

12; Jos. 26; enes oder tpies a. r. 70; 

et enes 420; enis p. s. 203; enus Aud. 

43; enes, ones -o. a. n. 1049 Sf 1396; 

eanes h. m. 11; anes Kath. 126; Iw. 

292; ones st. gen. 3288; treat. 132; 

Mire 638; Will. 196; Mand. 221; at 

ones Havel. 1296; Chauc. C. t. a 766. 
mil, A. Sax. senig, O.L.Germ. enig, O.H. 

Germ, einiger, any, ullus; seni, sei La^. 

4270 Sf 6663; ^mKath. 1267; 0. a. n. 

720; treat. 133; Shoreh. 30; ayenb. 16; 

Will. 1077; eni, ei a. r. 8 Sf 64; eani 

hom. 1, 33; eni, ani, oni Chauc. C. t. 

a 198; ani3 Orm. 1761; ani st. gen. 

2181; Trist. 3,64; oni proclam. 6; Mand. 

2; ei hom. 1, 186; r. s. V, 132; enyes 

fgen. m.J Shoreh. 96; eanies (eis) peis 

Marh. 13, 26; seine face. m.J Lay 3692; 

onie fnom. pi. J proclam. 6. 
«r, A. Sax. ger Greins gloss. 1, 69, 0. L. 

Germ. O.Fris. O.H. Germ, qx Schm. gloss. 

29, Bichth. wb. 710, Graffs sprsch. ly 

434, Goth, air Sch. gloss. 11, O.Icel. ar 

Egilss. lex. 18, Fritzners ordb. 22, ere, 

mane, prius, La\ 372; aer pan he boren 



16 



aer- 



a3t 



psre Orm. 814; ar & late 6242; er 
treat. 136 ; Chauc. C. t. a 835; alse ich 
er seide a. r. 10; er to sone J)en t5 leate 
20; to er Oder to leate 338; ear pe 
peren vorgulte 388; er and late spec. 
99; er he were ded chron. Engl. 462; 
er dai ante lucem, Bel. 1221 ; er, ear, 
ar 0. a. n. 869, 1560 Sf 1637; er, Or 
Havel 317 Sf 1356; Will 147 Sf 1612; 
Man. 2769 Sf 5094; ear Kath. 368; 
ear, or st. gen. 47 8f 48; ar Itv. 1030; 
Degrev. 253; avow. Arth. Ill, 2; aar 
Alls. 5033; or Eglam. 256. 
ffirdaide former deed: for pine fferdaeden 

(erdede) La-i,. 87 45. 
ardawes (ms. are dawes), A. Sax. serdag-as, 
O.L.Germ.. erdagos, O.Icel. ardagar, for- 
mer days, Havel. 27 . 
earlTch early, a. r. 258; earlTclie (adv.) 
Kath. 116; erlTche Bek. 905; Will 
1296; erli Chauc. C. t. a 33; arliche 
s. s. ed. Weh. 204 r orli Man. 32, 1. 
armorwe, A Sax. armorgen, early part 
of the morning, ITalliw. diet. 84; on er- 
nemar3en ffcr ermar3en) hoin. 1, 115. 
ytV' = aver-? 

serwene presumptuous? La\ 27 537 . 
serwitte unioise? La^ 22071. 
are see eare. 

sereiulc, A. Sax. ^rende Ettm. lex. 67, Greins 
gloss. 1, 70, O.L.Germ. arundi Schm. 
gloss. 8, O.Icel erendi, orindi, eyrindi 
Egilss. lex. 139, Fritzners ordh. 124, 
0. II. Germ, arunti Graff's sprsch. 1, 428, 
connected with Goth, aims (messenger), 
errand (earand), nuntium; gernde, erendo, 
arunde (earende) La-^,. 10057, 24838 ^^ 
25266; erende o. a. n. 463 ; erinde a. 
r. 246; erande Beh. 1234; Arende rel 
ant. 1, 130; arunde Em. 8; ernde p. s. 
329; Amad. ed. Rohs. XX, 3; (ms. errn- 
de) Orm. dedic. 159; ernde, erande, arende 
Langl a 3, 42 (h 3, 41 has message); 
erand Trist. 1, 77; erond Degrev. 904. 



erindebere messenger, a. r. 60; erandbere 

(ms. herandbere) rel ant. 1, 146. 
{ferendrake, A. Sax. serendraca, O.Icel. e- 
rindreki, messenger. La"). 660; erendrake 
ham. 2, 59. 

xrcndieiij A. Sax. ^rendian (viuntiarej, 0. 
II. Germ, arinton (evangelizarej, do an 
errand? ernde (commend?) me to pi levo 
laverd Kath. 2158; ernde (procure?) me 
pe blisse of heovene a. r. 38; ernde us 
lievene liht ^^pcc. 62. 

Krciuliiige message, mediation? erndunge Marh. 
23, 16; ernding spec. 58. 

arer, A. Sax. seror, 0. H. Germ, eror, Goth. 
airis, formerly, prius. La"). 25351; al 
spo bit pas erur bispeke o. a. n. 1738; 
arre, A. Sax. serra, O.H.Germ. eriro, Goth. 
airiza, former, prior, a. r. 14^'; hire e- 
rure (erore) freond r. s. V, 79; misc. 
173; pe eror wif Roh. 324, 21. 

«rest^ A. Sax. sbrest, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. 

erist, frst, primum, La\ 18; erest a. r. 

220; erst, arst Cham. C. t. a 776; erst 

(arst) wil i wite mOre Langl. b 4, 105; 

on earst Mark 14, 7; arst Will. 3046; 

orest st. gen. 2061 ; ^reste, A. Sax. a)- 

reste, O.H.Germ. eristo, first, primus, 

La-). 2646; pe ereste dole a. r. 8; tire 

earsto ealdren Kath. 885. 

aerh see ar^. 
o 

serm see earm. 

ast ^ee east. 

SBt, A. Sax. dd\>, O.L.Germ. O.Icel Goth, at, 
O.Fris. et, O.H.Germ. az, ez, Lat. ad, 
at: aet Lundene proclam. 7 ; aet his sadele 
Lay 6473; pat hit at j)e toden atstod 
27631; at sume sipe herde i telle o. a. 
n. 293; at pan ende 826; at te laste 
treat. 139; at te cherche Will 1961; 
ate daye of d6me ayenh. 13; it was ten 
at the (at te) clokke Chauc. C. t. b 14; 
at heore rihte time Orm. 216; & Crist 
tser polde fulhtned beon at sant Johanes 
hande 10655; per Moises fatte pe lahe 



set 



17 



at lire laverd Kath. 2500; inai he n6 
leve at hire taken st. gen. 2697: she 
durst at no wight asken it Chauo. Troil. 
6341; es noght at laine Iw. 703; ipited 
et oper meiden a. r. 64; et te dome 
Mark. 16, 4; al pat pei han a do Cham. 
T, r. 6080; with wimmen have thou nat 
a do Lidg. m. p. 66. 
atafter after, Cham. C. t. 10616. 
aetberen, A. Sax. setberan, hear away: a 

wolf his oper child atbar Ilalliw. diet. 

103. 
setblenchen IJench from; atblenche misc. 

79; from pe dreorie dead ne mai no 

mon atblenche r. s. V, 8. 
setbreiden turn away, draw away; atbroide 

('part.) 0. a. n. 1380. 
etbreken break from, a. r. 172; atbraec 

fpret.J Lay 1346; etbroken {part. J Marh. 

16, 8; atbroke misc. 44. 
setbresten hurst from; atbrested fms. at- 

brested) fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 224; atbrast 

(pret.) Orm. 14734; atbrosten (part.) 

rel. ant. 1, 222. 
setcreopen creep away: pe . . . weoren 

atcropene Lay 6671. 
setdarien hide from: nis per non pat heom 

atdarep misc. 163. 
seteowen, ^. /S'^'^r. aeteopan, -^pan, appear: 

pa ateoden (r. ateode) him lire drihte 

Lay 29620. 
setf alien fall away; setfallen, atfallen (part.) 

Lay 4237 ^ 8996; me is . . . moni 

crume etfallen a. r. 342. 
setfangen receive; atfeugen (pret.) Lay 

16369. 
atfaren escape, Lay 27071. 
etfleon, A. Sax. sBtfleon, flee away, a. r. 

172; atflihp, atflip (pres.) o. a. n. 37; 

atfleh (pret.) Lay 6209; atflseh Orm. 

19639; etflupen a. r. 172; etflopen 

(part.) a. r. 48. 
aetforen afore, fragm. 1, 28; aetforen tire 

isworene redesmen proclam. 8; atforen 



Lay 2252; etforen a. r. 226; atvore 

alle oper Roh. 361, 2. 
aetgan go from : parfore ich penche hire 

atgo misc. 161; poch his welepe him 

atgo (peyh his eyhte him ago) rel, ant. 

1,176; when mi lif is me atgo spec. 74. 
aethalden retain. Lay 9176; etholden cpi- 

de Oder fundles Oder lOne a. r. 208; 

atholde o. a. n. 696; m. t. 96; athalst 

(pres.) Roh. 193, 20; ethalt a. r. 246; 

atheold (pret.) Lay 768; etheold, atheld 

Xath. 99; athuld Roh. 62, 11; athalden 

(part.) h. m. 39. 
sethrinen, A. Sax. aethrinan, toitch at; at- 

rine (ms. attryne) misc. 63; etrined 

(pres.) a. r. 60; atran (pret.) Lay 7658. 
aethruten escape? pu ne miht nopar at- 

rute 0. a. n. 1168; ])er nas prince . . . 

pat him mi3te atroute Rob. 78, 7 . 
atleden lead away. Lay 3200. 
aetli3en lie without: ])at lond is longe 

tilde atleien rel. ant. 1, 128. 
etlutien, A. Sax. aetlutian, abscond, a. r. 

400. 
getrsechen reach at, take from: when al 

mi rO were me atraht spec. 37 ; who so 

ever he atraught Arth. a. Merl. 4827 . 
setrseden surpass in counsel? atrede Chauc. 

C. t. a 2449. 
setrinnen run aivay; atrenne Chauc. C. t. 

a 2449; atran (pret.) Orm. 1424; at- 

arn Shoreh. 149; after ])an Irisce pae 

Uder aeturnen Lay 18267 . 
setsaken, A. Sax. setsacan, deny: ich at- 

sake hine here Lay 262 lU; atsok (pret.) 

misc. 45; atsOken Lay 6101. 
setscheaken run away; atsceken Lay 

26516. 
setscheoten shoot away; atschet (pret.) o. 

a. n. 44; pah ml llf me beo atschote 

1623. 
atsechen seek for, Lay 13322. 
setsitten, A. Sax. aetsittan, resist; atsitte 

Havel. 2200; Rob. 137, 10; asitte 

3 



18 



aet 



afel 



Odov. 166 o; })6 he g-odes hcste atseet 

c. I 235. 
detsliken slide away; atslikez fpres.J a. 

p. 1, 674. 
aetslupen slip away: al min liope were 

etslopen a. r. 148. 
aetspringen, A. Sax, setspiingan, spring 

from; atsprong? c. I. 162. 
aetstanden, A. Sax. aststandan, stand a- 

gainst, resist; etstonden Mark. 14, 11; 

atstoiide o.' a. n. 760; per lie wolde 

atstonde (astonde) La}. 2661; noping 

mi3te hem atstonde (astonde) Roh. 20, 

14; he nolde nowhar atstonde Belc. 

2368; etstondest fpres.J a. r. 236; at- 

stod fpret.J Rob. 16, 13; Horn 1466; 

when hem most ned atstod Am. a. A- 

mil. 1728; astod chro^i. Engl. 62; at- 

stonden (part. J La^. 19863. 
a'tstunten stint, stop: ne etstunten ne et- 
stonden pe strencde of mine spenges 

Mark. 16, 14; he atstunte (astinte) 

Roh. 168, 8; hu pat ufel wes atstunt 

La:>,. 31003. 
aetsturten start away, escape; atstirten, 

etsterten Kath. 690; etsterten a. r. 48; 

'd&teite Langl. h 11, 392 (7369 J; Chauc. 

C. t. a 1696; sotsturte, atsturte fpret.J 

Lay 2316 Sr 4264. 
aetstutten stop; atstutte fpret.J Kath. 23. 
letwappen escape? atwappe fpres.J a. p. 

2, 1206; atwaped fpret.J Gaw. 1167 . 
dstwenden wend away, evade; atpende o. a. n. 

1427; Merlin him aetwende La->,. 18176. 
aetwinden, A. Sax. aetpindan, wind away, 

evade, escape, La\ 10003; atpinden Orm. 

8004; atwand, atwond fpret.J Lay 87 

6f 4243; dis unweder dor atwond st. 

gen. 3068; ?A>w\m&Q\\ fpart.J Lay 12869. 
aetwiten, A. Sax. aetpitan, twit, impute, 

reproach; Sbtwite Shoreh. 98 ; ayenb. 198; 

h-pi schal he me his sor atpite ,o. a., n. 

1234; etpited fpres. imper.J a. r. 70; 

etpiit fpret.J Kath. 2364; atwot s. s. 



cd. Weh. 1876; atvviten Lay 26684; 
[atwiste Roh. 33, 18; m. t. 106; at- 
witede Roh. 33, 16;] atwiten fpart.J 
Lay 19694; atpiten o. a. n. 936; at- 
wite Arth. a. Merl. 9260. 
etprenchen escape, Marh. 16, 20; atpren- 
che f? ms. atprenche) o. a. n. 248. 

•xi, A. Sax. fet, 0. L. Germ, at, 0. II. Germ. 
az, from eten, eating, food: fra lufsum 
ifete & p^te Orm. 7862; on drunke & 
on ete p. I. s. VIII, 130; comp. oferet. 

m&eXy A.Sax. dddiel pi. aedelu, O.L.Germ. 
0. Icel. adal, 0. II. ( erm. adal, nobility, 
country: pat aedel heo biwunnen Lay 
4744; apel spec. 33; mid aedele help 
his broder Lay 9263; apele fnom. pi.? J 
'•'"natara' , Ilalliw. did. 106; adele, anle- 
len face, pi J L-iy 3761 ^ 10629. 

seitele^ A. Sax. aedele, O.L.Germ. adal, e- 
dili, O.Fris. ethel, 0. II. Germ, adaler, 
edeler, noble, generous, La^. 661; apel 
Gaw. 241; a. p. 2, 761; sum apel man 
Orm. 611 ; apele fpl.J o. a. n. 632; hire 
edele vif pittes a. r. 172; adeles noble 
men. Lay 7862; atheliste fsuperl.J d. 
Arth. 1693. 
gepelboren, O.L.Germ. adalboran, fragm. 

4, 61. 
adeleiboren Lay 26746. 
adelmod noble-minded, Lay 23266. 

ieitclicii^ A. Sax. (ge)a3delian, ennoble, digni- 
fy; aedelede, adeiede fpret.J Lay 2816 
Sc 6660; comp. 3eaedelien. 

:e|)eliiig^ A. Sax. aedeling, 0. II. Germ, edi- 
ling, noble man, fragm. 2, 24; apeling 
r. s. VI, 11; rel. ant. 1, 172; wo so 
were next king bi kiinde me clupep him 
apeling Rob. 364, 9; epeling misc. 106; 
sedelinge fdat. pi. J Lay 874. 

ieveii see ^fen. 

aex see eax. 

afel, A. Sax. afol Ettm. lex. 1, O.Icel. afl 
Egilss. lex. 6, power: poh it litel be it 
hafep mikel afel Orm. 37 17 . 



afleii 



aht 



19 



alien, O.IccI. afla, have power: cnapechild 

is afled pel Orm. 7903. 
after see tefter. 

age, O.Fr. aage, edage, age, Boh. 110, 15. 
agleii, Dan. agle, ivaggle, waver, st. gen. 3809. 
aglet, aglot, O.Fr. aglet, aglet, ^^acus\ 

'prompt. 8; aglot lud. Cov. 241. 
ague, Fr. (fievre) aigue, ague, prompt. 8; 

agues fpl.J Langl. h 22, 83. 
a5 see a. 
aje, O.IceJ. agi, 6ror^. agis, awe; age s^. 

/7^«. 432; ajhe 6?n;«. 776'J; aghe Tomi. 

myst. 306; ayghe ^r^^. a. Merh 465; 

ali3e /^<jr. cath. 88; aie, awe ^<V«. ed. 

Sic. 1243; awe "paver, terror', prompt. 

17; Chauc. C. t. a 654; 3Ian. 1850; 

Iloecl. I, 383; for love ne for awe Will. 

5430; see e3e. 

a3liefnl aivful, Orm. 7172; ahefiille de- 
veles ho7n. 1, 271. 

a3lez, O.IceJ. agalauss, Gaw. 2335. 

aghllch terrible. Caw. 136; a3elTche (adv.) 
a. r. 56^; a3li a. p. 2, 937. ■ 
a^en, A. Sax. agan, O.L.Germ. egaii, O.II. 

Germ, eigan, O.Icel. eiga, Goth, aigan, 

from ah, oive- faivej, habere, La"^. 4061; 
' a3lien Orm. 6339; Owen c. 1. 132; awe 

fr. IV. 15 we) Havel. 1292; 03ep fpres.J 

La"^. 3058'^'; awand (part. J Amad, ed. 

Robs. Ill, 8; ahte fpret.J La^. 2525; 

Kath. 248; a^te Gatv. 767; Am,ad. ed. 

Hobs. XIV, 12; agte st. gen. 525; pis 

gold auglite sir Isambras Isumb. 659; 

ante Havel. 743; ohte spec. 62; to ma- 

kien hire cpene of al pet he ouhte a. r. 

390; Cu3te Langl. b 3, 68; du3te, oiigh- 

te Chauc. C. t. a 1249; pii aii3test Beh. 

352; pu 3ulde pet tu ouhtest a. r. 406; 

ahten to pite Kath. 263; ou3ten Will. 

1080. 
a^en, A. Sax. agen, O.L.Germ. egan, O.II. 

Germ, eigener, 0. Icel. eiginn, own (awn), 

propriiis; a3hen Orm. 363; 63en ayenb. 
, 172; 636, ope 0. a. n. 100 ^ 259; a- 



weii Man. 182, 25;' Isumb. 635; avow. 

Arth. LVII, 5; awiii Iw. 583; awen, 

alien Gaw. 293 ^ 836; open a. r. 158; 

Owen 6'!^. gen. 120; Ouen s. s. ed. Wr. 

2144; a3ene (owene) (dat. m.)-Lay 

14200; ahne Kath. 409; Owno, Oune 

Chauc. C. t. a 804; a3ere (dat. f.) La-^. 

3941 ; a3ene, ahene (ace. f.) 0. a. ■ n. 

1542; a3ene (pi.) La-^. 6877; O^ene 

ayenh. 33; Oune Havel. 2428. 

a3ensclaga suicide, hmi. 1, 103. 
a^ieu, Goth, (af-, in-, usjagjan, cw?, icrrtre; 
awes (pros.) h. s. 1592; agide? (pret.) 
Kath. 1256. 
a^iiere, Germ, eigner, owner, possessor; Owe- 

ner iv. a. i.22; dT^QjieYes (pi.) ayenh. 37 . 
a^nieii, A. Sax. agnian, O.II. Germ, eigenen, 

0. Icel. eigna, from a3en, oion, ohtiuere : 
ahnien (Ohni) pan kai^ere Arclures riche 
La-). 25359; Minen Orm. 5649; ahnede 
{ohnQdiO) (pret.) La-^. 11864; comp. ia^iiien. 

a^t see aht. 

ah see ac. 

ah, A. Sax. ah, O.Fris. ach, Goth, aili, O. 
Icel. a, (pret. pres.) owe, habeo, debeo : 
])e mon pe Intel ah La^. 3058; god ah 
pe lit el mede Orm. 16529; pif ah (auh) 
lete sottes lore 0. a. n. 1471; agh, ogh 
hom. 2, 17; ])e more oh ich to lovie pe 
spec. 70; ase mon Ouh to donne a. r. 
58; Og st. gen. 1; dat us og alle tO ben 
minde rel. ant. 1, 216; it aw wel at be 
pin Iw. 3668; aw he pe ani mare A- 
mad. ed. Bobs. XXIV, 1 ; pu a3est hom. 

1, 15; La^. 16706; ahest h. m. 11, 28; 
Opest a. r. 126; heo a3en La^. 6150; 

■ ])e treowpe pset heo us 03en proclam. 4; 
30 Ohen r. s. V, 2; Open a. r. 82; 30 
awe Amad. ed. Bobs. I, 4; we Owe yit 
fourti pound Chauc. C. t. 7688; deriv. 
a3en, sehte. 

Ahnien see a3nien. 

aht good, brave, fragm. 2, 7; 3ef he is 
pur})ful and aht man 0. a. n. 1481 ; 



20 



aht 



al 



aht, selit, oht Lay. 4317, 4863 Sf 7063; 

ajt Rol. 377, 12; oht Kath. 1727''; o^t 

Gaw. 2215; ahtere fcompar.J La-^. 4348. 

ohtliche hravely, La'^. 797 . 

olitscipe bravery, La"^. 2467 1, 
aht 8ee awiht, under a. 
ahte, A. Sax. eaht, seht, 0. JI. Germ, ahta 

(aestimaiio, curaj? for agte of dead at. 

gen. 3384. 
ahte see eahte. 
ahte see sehte. 
ahflieii; O.Icel. aetla fcogitarej, from ahte, 

A. Sax. eaht, aeht fdeliberatio, aestimaiio), 

as sahtlien from sseht, etth, aestimare, in- 

tendere; atlien Lay 25906; atteli 7F27/. 

404; ahtil />ms.; m. A. XVII; attle 

6^<7«<;. ^7; eghtild fpret.J pr. c. 57 84; 

Brien him atlede to La^. 30846; pat 

Alixaundre wip his ost atlede ])idire 

Wart. hist. 2, 104; aghteld {part. J s. s. 

ed. Weh. 3053; hire tep aren white ase 

bon of whal evene set ant atled al 

spec. 35. 
ahtlinge estimation; atlinge La.^. 25761; 

etlinge h. m. 39; pidiiten ei etlunge 

(eatlunge) ho7n. 1, 263. 
ai see a. 
aihte see £ehte. 
aimcii see amen. 

air, Fr. air, air, Mand. 312; eir treat. 138. 
aire, Fr. aire, aiery feyryj? haukes of no- 

bule eire Degrev. 46. 
aisje, O.Fr. aise, ItaL adagio? at ease: 3if 

30 beod eise (aise) a. r. 20; aisie horn. 

2, 47. 
aise, O.Fr. aaise, eise, ease; eaise, eise a. 

r. 108 Sf 114; ese Bel. 2233; ese, eese, 

ease Chauc. C. t. a 969. 
aise, Fr. aise, O.Fr. aaisie? ItaL agiato, 

adagiato? easy; aise, ese Man. 6438. 
aiscii, O.Fr. aaisier, ItaL adagiare, ease: 

to esen hem and don hem alle honour 

Chauc. C. t. a 2194. 
ai|)er see leider under a. 



ak see ac. 

ak, A. Sax. ac, O.Fris. ek, O.IceL eik, 0. 

II. Germ, eih, oak, quercu^, voc. 228; 6c 
fragm. 3, 43; ok Rob. 22, 7; 00k, oke 

Chauc. C. t. a 1702; ake fdat.J reJ. ant, 
1, 52; makinge houses and schippes of 
oke Mand. 190. 

akeii, A. Sax. acan fdolerej, O.IceL aka 
fvehij? Lat. agere? ake (ache); akin "^0- 
lere\ prompt. 8; ake misc. 95; lud. Cov. 
232; akep fpres.J LangL 6, 258 (7,243 J; 
pet heaved me akp ayenh. 51; akep 
Shoreh. 2; pine banes aked pe It. m, 
31; aken Chauc. C. t. 15331; seke, eke 
fpres. subj.J a. r. 360 Sf 368; ekinde 
(fart.) a. r. 360; 6c fpret.J La-^. 6707; 
horn. 2, 21; ok Rob. 68, 18; oken, oke 
LangL b 17 , 194; deriv. ache. 

aker, A. Sax. secer, 0. Icel. akr, Goth, akrs, 
0. II. Germ, achar, Lat. ager, aker, ^^ager\ 
fragm. 3, 50; chron. EngL 16; akir Wicl. 
1 kings 14; acres (pL) reJ. ant. 1, 173. 
akeiiand. Germ, ackerland, voc. 270. 
akerman. Germ, ackermann, Ilalliw. diet. 36. 

akerii, A. Sax. secern, O.IceL akarn, Goth. 
akran, acorn; akernes fms. hakernes) fpLJ 
WiU. 1811; acornes Chauc. Bod. 1327. 

al, A. Sax. call, eal, O.L.Germ. al, O.IceL 
allr, 0. II. Germ, aller, GotJi. alls, all, 
totus, omnia: al pi leave Kath. 787; al 
■ pe lare 939; al pis land AUs. 886; & 
swa hit al iwearct La"^. 290; and pas 
mid ivi al bigrope 0. a. n. 27; al mid 
wisdome Lay 443; al an opir rule IIoccL 

III, 7; noht ne ma3 pe man bi breed al 
ane libben Orm. 11344; al one alone 
WiU. 659; per hue wonede al one Horn 
80; al stilliche a. r. 82; al to longe 
Bek. 774; Chauc. L g. w. 824; al to 
fewe Shoreh. 93; al most almost, h. h. 
47 ; Chauc. C. t. a 894; al mest Brand. 
7; al pah although, spec. 23; al be it 
pat IIoccL 1, 209; al pus a. r. 238; al 
swa also, as. Lay 70 Sc 24579; s. s. ed. 



al 



alfiscli 



21 



Web. 3045; al spa Kath. 1986; pat ne 
an opir es al swa Fercev. 1462 ; al spa 
al se, al spa se hom. 1, 163 Sf 160; al 
spa as Kath. 280; al spa se Orm. 3636; 
al swo al se hit is biforen iseid proelam. 
6; al so ase a. r. 62; al so sone so he 
mighte s. s. ed. JFeh. 660; al se X«3. 
4308; Orm. 14801; ayenh. 16; al se 
ofte al se a. r. 8; and ml wif al se 
(als) Langl 6, 144 (230); als Fercev. 
684; avcw. AHh. ZXV, 0; & pe ladi 
als Gaw. 033; als mani as men list to 
have Mand. 200; als if it peere Orm. 
680; als sir Iwain made his mane Iw. 
2303; ase pod yvli Kath. 31; as ha set 
in a bur 130; as pah pe almihti ne 
mihte 087; as it poughte me Chauc. C. 
t. a 386; as freendli as he were his 
Owen broper 1662; no mor of pis as 
nou 14463; as pen Gow. 3, 286; i schal 
ow telle as bllve fc. T. 1040; as for pe 
time Mand. 122; os e. T. 476; Eglam. 
247; at al (for alle?) Chauc. C. t. 8021; 
al (for alle) pe tpelf dahes KUh. 1844; 
alle (al) pa jfehte La-^. 2227; alle (al) 
blisse Langl. h 16, 100; alles fgen. m. 
n.) omnino, a. r. 64; Kath. 706; Rob. 
17, 10; po heo was alles pider icome 
BeL 73; whon he wolde alles bicome 
mon c. I. 660; alien, alle fdat. m. n.) 
La"^. 136 ^ 1686; wip alle withal, Orm. 
2174; mid alle Kath. 666; o. a. n. 1468; 
aire (dat. f.J La:^. 6066; alne face, m.) 
horn. 1, 226; ealle fnom. ace. pi. J hom. 
1, 07; alle pine preates Kath. 2133; 
us alle 648; alle men Mand. 10; alle 
and some spec. 42; c. I. 480; Rich. 6846; 
Chauc. C. t. a 2180; alle (al) his men 
Xa^. 3868; alle ffor aire) monne a. r. 
384; aire fgen. pi. J Kath. 264; aire 
pinge a. r. 308; here aire fet Brand. 
17; pe aire worst(e) spec. 104; aire msest 
Orm. 2606; on aire erest a. r. 136; 
aller Langl. b 16, 206; Chauc. C. t. a 



686; f. s. ed. Wr. 366; aldre st. gen. 

b22; alder Will. 3346; alper Havel. 

1078; ayenb. 27; s. s. ed. Web. 3660; 

Lidg. m. p. 20; alien fdat. pi. J La'^. 

6766; ayenb. 146; alle Kath. 126; alle 

pine freonden fragm. 6, 24; of alle Chauc. 

C. t. a 706. 

almi^t omnipotent, a. p. 1, 407; almight 
sacram. 006. 

almihti3 almighty, hom. 1, 217; aelmihti 
221; almihti a. r. 430; spec. 73; al- 
mahtij Orm. 06. 

alpealdende all-ruling, Kath. 616; al- 
waldinde Lay 10648; alpseldend Orm. 
163; alweldand Iw. 2100. 
al- see el-. 
al see awel. 
albe, Lat. alba, alb, rel. ant. 1, 120; aube 

ayenb. 236. 
alil see eald. 
ale, A. Sax. ealu, ale, La^. 24440; a. r. 

114; r. s. V, 100; Mand. 261; comp. 

brudale. 

alebrei ale-berry, prompt. 0; alebre /. c. 
c. 63. 

alestalve a stake set up as a sign before 
an ale-house, Chauc. C. t. a 667 . 
aleit, A. Sax. ealod, O.Icel. old, ale, rel. 

ant. 1, 132 fhom. 2, 13j. 
alfe, A. Sax. «lf, elf, ylf, O.Icel. alfr, 0. 

II. Germ, alp pi. elbe, elf faufj, genius, 

daemon, Aud. 77; alve (alfe) La'^. 10268; 

elf Chauc. C. t. 6466 ; elfe ^^lamia\ prompt. 

138; selvene fgen. pi. J Lay 21747. 

Alfred rel. ant. 1, 170. 

Alfrich rel. ant. 1, 170. 
Miif Med. Lat. alphinus du Canges gloss., 

oaf, fool, d. Arth. 1343; aufin bishop 

ffouj at chess, prompt. 18; aufins fpl.J 

gest. Rom. 61. 
alfisch, M. II. Germ, elbisch, elvish fauvish); 

alvisch Gaw. 681; on alvisc smid Lay 

21131; elvisch Cliauc. C. f. h 1803; an 

elvisch knight Ell. roin. 2, 00. 



22 



algrim 



an 



algrim^ Fo\ algoritlime, arithmetic, IloIIiw. 

diet. 42; augrim a r. 214; dep. It. 29. 
ailuuge^ A. Sax. ealluiiga, eal]iiiga, entirely, 

quite, a. r. 164; alliiige ^. /. s.~ XIII, 

218; Jos. 440; p. s. 214; m. t. 108; al- 

linges Mand. 180. 
aire, A. Sax. air, 0. II. Germ, elira, O.lcel. 

elri, alder faUer, eJhr); aldir ^^alnus\ 

prompt. 9; olre f? printed olrr) fraqm. 3, 

43. 

alderker ^U(bietmn\ prompt. 9. 
alinessc see elmesse. 
alp alp folpj, '■\ficedula\ prompt. 10; alpes 

fpl.J CJi'iiiG. r. r. 658. 
alp = elp ? alpes bon ivory, ley. cath. 185. 
alpi see ruilepi3. 
als see under al. 
aheiie, O.Dutch alsenc, 0. II. Germ, alansa, 

elsen, "suhila\ roc. 15)0; elsine prompt. 

138. 
alter, Lat. altare, altar, Orm. 1061; alter, 

aiiter st. gen. 758' Sc 1297; aiiter Man. 

1375. 
aire see alfe. 
am, A. Sax. earn, eom, O.lcel. em, Gotli. im, 

Gr. st|it, Sansc. ^f'OT, (pres.J am, Kath. 

463; a. r. 430; Orm. 205; o. a. n. 170; 

Bol. 115, 8; Wicl. John 8; Q^m fragm. 

6, 13; am, eam, cem La^. 720, 8899 &,- 

10524; dsm, eom p. I. s. VIII, 1 Sf 2; 

eom misc. 192; art, A. Sax. eart, O.lcel. 

ert, art, Kath. 450; Orm. 2206; o. a. 

n. 38; Itoh. 31, 9; Wicl. John 8; eart 

horn. 1, 29; eart, sert, ert fraqm.. 6, 11, 23 

^' 7, 9; Lcr^. 1442, 1499 Sf 2237; ert 

a. r. 120; is, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, is, Goth. 

0. II. Germ, ist, Lat. est, is, La'^. 745; 

Orm. 667; he ... is riden to pe feldes 

Chauc. C. t. a 1503; what is pe wasz 

ist dir, ass. 227; aren, A. Sax. earun, 0. 

Icel eru, are, Marh. 8, 14; Havel. 619; 

spec. 85; Langl. I 3, 80; arn Orm. 4555; 

st. gen. 16; sinden, A. Sax. sind, sindon 

(syndon), 0. L. Germ, sind, sindun, 0. II. 



Germ, sint, sintun, Goth, sind, Lat. sunt, 
Orm. 389, sindon, sindan misc. 146; 
senden IlicL thes. 1, 223; rel. ant. 1, 
210; senden, sunden p. I. s. VIII, 144; 
sunden, snnde Z^^. 4359 ^ 16796; si, 
A. Sax. SI, sie, seo, O.L.Germ. O.K. 
Germ, si, Goth, sijan, Lat. sim, horn. 1, 
245; Orm. 3378; si, seo La.-^. 10498 
Sf 14893; seon, A. Sax. sien, seon, La-^,. 
13837. 

ambiciois, Fr. ambition, ambition, ayenb. 22. 

aitieu, O.Fr. aesmer, esmer, aion: gessin or 
amin ^Uiestimare\ prompt. 190; lion ma- 
nye ])er deide i may nonght ame Man. 
4449; aime JVill. 1596; eime]) f pres.J 
JVicl. levit. 27. 

aniete, A. Sax. ^mete, 0. II. term, ameiza, 
ant (emmet)-; amote ayenh. 141; amte, 
emte Wicl. prov. 6; ampte Lidg. m. p. 
88; ematte ^[formica", voc. 177; ameten 
fpl.J Hob. 296, 2; emeten IkL 2241; 
emoten Alis. 6566. 

aiiilee, 0. Fr. aumuce, amice, ^^amictus\ prompt. 
11; amise Wicl. Is. 22. 

anilrail, O.Fr. amiral, admiral. Bob. 409, 
11; admirail Lay 27668. 

anipre, A. Sax. ampre (?), amper, tumor, ul- 
cus? ampres f2)l.J hom. 1, 237 . 

anipulle, Lot. ampulla, rial, La-^. 14986; 
ampulles, ampolles fjjl.J Lanql. 5, 527 
(0, llj. 

amte see amete. 

ail, A.Sax. 2bVi, on, O.Fris. on, O.L.Germ. 
0. II. Germ, an, ana, Goth, ana, O.lcel. 
a, on, a: he bar an (on) his hande Lay 
25809; Brennes cude an fother text of) 
havekes 4896; an helle rel. ant. 1, 132; 
an ende a. r. 146; an efne o. a. n. 323; 
an horn hue ber an honde Horn 1111; 
an erpe Shoreh. 102; an eve h. T. 468; 
an haste ayenl). 31; ane his left half 
156; on helle p. I. s. VIII, 116; on 
fv. r. in) der sge Hide. thes. 1, 223 ; on 
ende Kath. 1486; ])at tu havest on heorte 



an 



an 



2a 



2142; on live La->,. 3537; st. gen. 3f)0d: 
lliwd. 363: Goiv. 2, 372; Wtcl. 1 lings 
27; he com on lond La-^. IK); pe him 
lokeden on 361; pah he hefde brunie 
on 1563; muchele men on mihte 23d W; 
{ille hire luveden pat hire on lokeden 
Marh. 2, 20; on Abrahames time Orm. 
4089; king on Englene loande proclam. 
I; ilc fis on water st. gen. 162; on 
godes nome misc. 39; on eyper side Roh. 
17, 4; on mi po3t Brand. 15; on felde 
Will. 173; on haste AUs. 1855; pay 
felle on slep s. s. ed. Wr. 2745; he rod 
on hunting e. T. 931; on pe day 2Iand. 
288; ronne bournes al on blode Flor. 
609; on wicchecraft nout i ne con an. 
lit. 7; & Danmark on him wan Man. 57, 
14; what shal worthe on me mir. pi. 
151; sixteen hundred pey brought on 
live RicJi. 2059; pare manie rotes onne 
pacsecl rel. a?it. 1, 128; pat naht pat 
Crist pas boren onne Orm. 3753; pis 
elopes pat ich onne have Ifavel. 1145; 
pel lange ic habbe child iben a porde & 
ec a dede p. I. s. VIll, 2; a londe & 
a watere Za'^. '550; bringed a vlihte a. 
r. 248; a sumere o. a. n. 416; heo hadde 
gode prote and schille and fale manne 
song a wille 1722; he sloh a felde him 
pat (h)is fader aqvelde Horn 997 ; pej 
al pe toun were a fure Beh. 1049; a 
godes name Brand. 7 ; hi wende a lond 
6; a pe left half ayenb. 156; a daye 
Will. 610; ones a day ayenh. 73; ones 
a 3er g. 359; a bedde s. s. ed. Web. 
1513; a morwe k. T. 468; he fel a 
slep 397 ; here muk a feld Langl. 4081; 
a foote Wicl. Mark 6; a (== and, 0. L. 
Germ, ant, usque ad? cmp. ontil, onto) 
pat her com liden ma of heore leoden 
La^. 6040; a det he hefde betere bipoht 
him Mark. 4, 14; o (on) porlde Kath. 
527; de rCde a. r. 262; pat standep 
pe godspelboc Orm. 315; genes o pe 



3er 1078; o live Roh. 40, 1; o fote 

Man. 163, 18; o pat come domes day 

h. h. 128. 

anblawen Mow in: & him onbleop gast 
horn. 1, 221. 

anbreken, Germ, anbreclien, break, begin; 
breked on Kath. 1301. 

abufen above, supra, Orm. 588; abuven 
a. r. 304; st. gen. .10; pat is us alle 
abuve misc. 38; aboven Ravel. 1700; 
2Iand. 10; Chauc. C. t. 14565; above 
ayenh. 35; upe pe doune above Bape 
Roh. 174, 12; oboven pr. c. 849. 

abtiten about, circum, circa, a. r. 234; 
Orm. 3211; abuten EoverwTc Lay 16734; 
he foren abuten bi Adad st. gen. 2482; 
abiite midniht Itath. 1749; hpanne opre 
slepep hire abute o. a. n. 1593; abou- 
ten nine Havel. 1010; aboute ayenb. 
30; Langl. 5, 525 (6, 9); Chauc. C. 
t. a 2189; Iw. 2055; aboute al pe 
urpe heo gop treat. 137 ; (hi) beop a- 
boute hire to schende Beh. 763. 

oncume oncome, morbus adventitius, horn. 

1, 147. 

ancumen, 0. II. Germ, anachomen, come 
on; onkumen (part.) d. gen. 841. 

anefen, A. Sax. on efen, O.L.Germ. an 
eban, anent, anenst, juxta, adversus; anen 
Mand. 80; anefent (t paragogic, see Gr. 
gram. 3, 21 7 J a. r. 164"^'; anent Alex. 
735; anentis Wicl. John 5; rel. ant. 

2, 47; anemptes Ilalliw. diet. 61; on- 
ence pr. c. 1355. 

anelien, cmp. Germ, einolen, oil, oleo tm- 

gere; anelye Shoreh. 42; anelet (paH.) 

Mire 1812. 
anfangen begin: & feng on pus to spe- 

ken Kath. 315, 
anfelt, A. Sax. anfilt, 0. II. Germ, anafalz, 

anvil, ^Hncus\ voc. 180; anvelt rel. ant. 

1, 6; Chauc. h. duch. 1165; anefelt Wicl. 

eccles. 38. 
onfon, O.H.Germ. anafahen, begin, La-^. 



24 



an 



an 



21194; pe vod on a. r. 74; fo pe on 
0. a. n. 179. 

aforen, A. Sax. onforau, afore, '■^ante\ 
prompt. 7; aforn /. h. r. loO; afore 
Octav. 1341. 

angin, A. Sax. an-, ongin, O.L.Germ. a- 
nagin, commencement, horn. 1, 217. - 

anginnen, A. Sax. an-, onginnan, com- 
mence; ongan fpret.J Orm. 2801 ; ongon 
Jul. 13; ongunnen horn. 1, 89. 

anjen, A. Sax. ongegn, -gen, -gean, 0. L. 
Germ, angegin, again, against, contra, 
retro, hom. 1, 219; heo urnen on3ein 
him 3; on3ein, onjean, a3eiu, ajen 
La-^. 1590, 1667, 1900 Sf 4436; for 
])i pas mikel prseche set onj^en pat poh 
Orm. 18; diint a3ein dunt hom. 1, 15; 
hpan ic a3en cherre 79; a3ein, a3ean 
a. r. 50 Sf 216; and eyper a3en (a- 
yeyn) oper swal o. a. n. 7 ; pat a3en 
us is so hende Roh. 109, 2; a3ein even 
159, 7; he was a3en idrive Beh. 678; 
a3ein (ageines) his wille Langl. 7 , 70 
(8, 72); a3en Mand. 12; ayen, ageyn 
JIavel. 489 ^ 493; agein Tor. 2709; 
1 shal bringe pe agein f^^reducam te'j 
into pis lond Wicl. genes. 28; a3e 
cunde Brand. 9; aye (ayens) pane hOli 
gost ayenl. 28 Sf 29; on38enes Idnde 
Orm. 249; on3enes, a3enes proclam. 5 
^ 6; a3eines Xa^. 16223; a. r. 14; 
a3eines riht o. a. n. 137 1 ; a3ens his 
broper "adversus fratrem sumn\ WicL 
genes. 4; a3enst Mand. 220. 
ayenwi3te ffor yeinwi3te) counter-poise, 
ayenh. 247 . 

a3einen encounter: a3eineden pere verde 
La-^,. 17854. 

onhealden, Germ, anhalten, hold on, in- 
stare: he heold (held) on to herien Kath. 
434. 

aninne in: ic inc habbe . . . aninne mine 
benden La'>,. 5617 ; he lette al pat wel 
weorpen per aninnen 6428. 



anleggen lag on: he heom onleide . . . 

lawen gode Za). 2077 . 
anllch, A. Sax. an-, onllc, M. II. Germ. 

anelTch, Goth, analeiks, see Bopps 

vrgl. gram. 600, like, similis: pet is 

him anlich ayenh. 186; pet stat makep 

pane pet hit wel lokep anlike to pe 

angles of hevene 227. 
anllcnesse likeness, ayenh. 88; onlicnesse 

La\ 1141; a. r. 18; Orm. 5056. 
anlTcnien, M. II. Germ, anelichen, liken, 

resemhle; anlikiii ayenh. 101. 
anlokien look on: him on to loki ayenh. 244. 
? oluhnen, cmp. A. Sax. oleccan, flatter, a. 

r. 248; uled ffor olehd?) Kath. 1496; 

h. m. 3. 
? oluhnunge (olhtninge) flattery, a. r. 192; 

olhnunge Jul. 12; olhtnunge (olhnung) 

Kath. 1502. 
? anointen anoint, Wicl. Mark 16; anoin- 
ted fpart.J Will. 139. 
anonde, ononde, onond, anont, onont an- 

ont, ad, erga, a. r. 4, 6, 124, 164 Sf 

426; anante treat. 137; anont c. I. 

1076; Mire 1961; onont ie undiQi Kath. 

2531; anende a. p. 1, 1135. 
onsene, A. Sax. an-, onsyn, O.L.Germ. 

ansiun, look, ^facies\ fragm. 2, 12; hom. 

1, 191; 0. a. n. 1706. 
anseon, A. Sax. onseon, look on: so semli 

on to see Flor. 207 1. 
? ansT3en invade : pid onsT3endne here 

ho7n. 1, 115. 
onsihde sight, look, hom. 1, 257 . 
anslean strike on; onslo3en fpret.J La^. 

1529. 
antaken take on; ontake Roh. 170, 18; 

I. h. r. 45. 
antihen accuse: holi churche . . . ])at 

me ti3p on Bek. 1180. 
ontil ffor ondtil?) until, Havel. 761. 
onto ffor ondto?) unto, lud. Gov. 126. 
at we en at ween, inter, Lidg. m. p. 263. 
atwixin, atwixt atwixt, ^Hnter', prompt. 



an 



an 



25 



11; atwixcn Chauc. Troil. 417; atwixe 

Am. a. Amil. 866; atwix w. a. i. 32. 
anunder under, horn. 1, 193; misc. 44; 

a. p. 1, 1080; pat alle anunder him 

were Brand. 1; anunder bis spec. 35; 

anonder Octov. 650. 
onuppen upon, Jiom. 1, 3; auuppe 133; 

anuppe ])isse dune misc. 85; anoppe 

La->,. PJW. 
anuven above, a. r. 236; anoven Horn 

ed. Lum. 624; p. s. 188. 
anwald, A. Sax. an-, onpeald, O.II.Germ. 

anawalt, power, dominion: agte awold 

st. gen. 626 Sf 1671; anwalde, onwaide 

fdat.J La^. 8456 Sf 13950; of deofles 

onpalde horn. 1, 15. 
onwalden govern, master, Lay 6703; ich 

ne mai mine limes onwolde an. lit. 10. 
owef, A. Sax. Opef, opif (suhtegmen) Ettm. 

lex. 88, woof; oof ^^subteg7nen\ prompt. 

362; Wicl. levit. 13. 
anwicTre against: pe wind liim com on- 

widere La-). 2884; haved peos wind 

& peos weder awider him istonde 12060. 
aii^ A. Sax. ann, an, O.Icel. ann, O.R. 
Germ, an, fpret. pres.J favour, grant, o. 
a. n. 1739; as i pe love and an Trist. 
1, 77; 3if god hit an La-i,. 14851; ich 
on pel pat 30 piten Kath. 1761; we 
unnen proclam. 2; pe pe ufel unnen La^. 
28117; pet me god unnen Mark. 21, 
22; mine fsuhj.J p. I. s. VIII, 158; 
camp, jean; deriv. unnen, este. 
an- see and- & en-. 

an, A. Sax. an, O.L.Germ. en, O.Icel. einn, 
O.II.Germ. einer, Goth, ains, an (a), 
one, unus, solus: an (a) preost Lay 1; 
an spa spote smeal Kath. 1600; an man 
Orm. 11213; an wis man st. gen. 2649; 
an hound h. T. 416; an hors 0. a. n. 
773; Hand. 249; an hare Roh. 467, 
16; an hundred Goiv. 2, 113; an & 
pritti Lay 11291 ; an hpet pite pu Marh. 
6, 3; al me is an (idem) pin olhnung 



ant tin eie 6, 11; an as ich am 18, 
25; an fourti jer Roh. 223, 14; an 
vewe wilde hinen 540, 17; an Ave mile 
Will. 6110; an an anon, Lay 1668; 
Kath. 31; Orm. 225; an an (on) 0. a. 
n. 1554 Sf 1668; an ffor ane) cribbe 
Orm. 3321; an ff(yr anes) mannes 6813; 
on aliquis, a. r. 252; Havel. 1800; On 
old stoc 0. a. n. 26; on hare 383; pe 
on wip pe opre ayenh. 43; heo is ever 
on (idem) a. r. 6; an on a. r. 20; st. 
gen. 1067; dre daies slep he al an on 
rel. ant. 1 , 226; in on a. r. 6; 3 if me 
hit halt evre forp in on 0. a. n. 356; 
pei wepeu evere in on (oon) Chauc. C. 
t. a 177 1; heo were al at on ffor one?) 
Roh. 113, 13; on ffor one?) solum, Ha- 
vel. 505; a wif Lay 2528; a (0) mon 
a. r. 308; a sihde 48; ii meiden Kath. 
66; a crune 1585; a mikel here Orm. 
3370; a cribbe 3366; a pord 0. a. n. 
502; a tonge 156; a dorter Roh. 12, 
22; a so gret best Brand. 31; a knijt 
ayenh. 46; a fourten night s. s. cd. Weh. 
2363; in a londe Kath. 21; 6 luve & 
pil a. r. 12; song 0. a. n. 333; 6 
ping ayenh. 46; at time Roh. 306, 17; 
he ane fA.Sc;x. ana) horn. 1, 165; Kath. 
224; he was king one Roh. 316, 4; 
left was he one Will. 211; him ane ich 
luvie 3Iarh. 4, 29; let pe gome one Gaw. 
2118; napt ane (non solum J ... ah 
Ilarh, 14, 30; noat one a. r. 46; nojt. 
one Roh. 193, 20; ane (A. Sax. ane) 
dohter Lay 2400; ane hpile Kath. 183; 
one boc a. r. 64; One hpile 0. a. n. 
199; one herte ayenh. 145; anes fgen. 
m.J La^. 30032; anes mannes Orm. 22; 
pid his anes pit Kath. 689; mid his 
Ones mihte a. r. 160; tO pan anes (for 
ane) Lay 17304; for pen anes fms. ])e 
naness) for the nonce, Orm. 7 160; for 
pen m^^Shoreh. 125; Alis. 1624; Will. 
2015; anun fdat. m. n.) horn. 1, 246; 



2G 



kn 



and- 



ane, one a. r. 124 Sf 150; on ane da3e 
La\ 82; 1 had no bropir bot him ane 
Percev. 2043; ye be at ane fa greed J 
Degrev. 435; alle heo weoren bi ane 
(together? cmp. M.II.Germ. bi ein) Lay 
22947; onen ayenl. 102 Sf 175; one o. 
a. n. 15; bfite pe one horn. 1, 201; as 
hit were for pan one Brand. 18; pei 
weoren at one h. T. 277; are fdat. f.J 
La'>,. 555; ore o. a. n. 17; in ore ni3t 
Fl. a. BI. 83; ffinne face. m.J Orm. 
3374; ^nne, enne Lay 394 Sf 556; 
enne a. r. 56; enne gost ayenh. 145; 
enne, anne o. a. n. 799 Sf 831; Shoreh. 
93 Sf 95; anne stroc he ^ef him Roh. 
223, 14; bi ham ane fdat. pLj Marh. 
14, 1. 

ane^ed one-eyed; onTjed a. p. 2, 102. 
anfald simple, Orm. 18668. 
fmhad unity, Kath. 932; onhod c. J. 10. 
onhede unity, ayenh. 79; transact. 19, 

333; Wicl. 1 Tim. 3; apol. 35. 
Onhende "mancus\ fragm. 3, 2. 
finhurned one-horned: pe anhurnde Marh. 

7, 1. 
ilnlefen, A. Sax. endleof, endlyf, O.Fris. 
andlova, elleva, O.L.Germ. ellevan, 0. 
Icel. qMUm, Goth. 2imMi, O.H.Germ. Q>m- 
lif, see Bopps vrgl. gram. 447 , Grimms 
gesch. d. d. spr. 171, eleven falevenj, 
undecim; onleven Rich. 2725; enleven 
(eolleve) Lay 23364; enleve Degrev. 
342; endleven Rol. 298, 9; elleovene 
fragm. 1, 11; misc. 55; bi sellevene 
Lay 14531; elleve BeL 489; aleven 
p. r. I. p. 216. 

6nlefte eleventh, ayenh. 14; endlefte Rol. 
270, 4; end! eft (misprinted endlest) A- 
Us. 57; eollefte misc. 146; elleft m. h. 
26. 
anlepi,"^, A. Sax. anlepig, -lypig', single, 
sole, Orm. 11; anlepi Kath. 74; onlepi 
Havel. 1094; ayenh. 13; apol. 38; On- 
lepi, elpi (anlepi) a. r. 116 ^ 366; 



enlcpi, enlipi hom. 1, 75; olupi g. 
350; alpi rel. ant. 2, 27 5; nu hafde 

A 

Oswald . . . eenne alpine broder Lay 

31451. 
onllch, A. Sax. an-, ^nlTc, only, a. r. 

154; onliche (adv. J ayenh. 265; Will. 

3155; Mire 656; pi. cr. 534; anli Iw. 

3744; onlukest (superlat.J a. r. 90. 
anmod of one mood, unanimous, hom. 1, 

101. 
anred of one counsel, constant, hom. 1, 1 15. 
anstandende standing alone, hom. 1 , 221. 
anpil, onpil of one will, ohstinate, a. r. 

56 ^ 400. 
onpille ^'■ohstinatus\ fragm. 5, 7 . 
aiicessour^ O.Fr. ancessour, ancestor; aun- 

cessour Man. 945; ancestre Beli. 429. 
aiicleou^ A. Sax. ancleop, O.Fris. onclewe, 
0. II. Germ, anchal, O.Icel. olda, ankle 
(anclee, anclivj ; oncleou HaJus\ fragm. 
2, 15; ancle voc. 148; ancle, anclee 
( hauc. C. t. a 1660; anclowe (dat.J Arth. 
a. Merl. 5206. 
ancrc, A. Sax. ancra, anchorite, a. r. 6; Roh. 

380, 11. 
aucreii anchor; iancred (part. J a. r. 142. 
and-, A. Sax. and, ond, d.lcel. and-, 0. 
Fris. and, anda, end, enda, ond-, Goth. 
and, anda-, O.L.Germ. and, ant, O.R. 
Germ, ant-, ent-, int-, Gr. avzi^ an-, a-; 
cojnp. anond? 
anbel3en grow angry; anbselh (pret.J Lay 

26359; onbol3en (part. J Lay 1696. 
amboht, Goth, andbahts, servant, Orm. 2329. 
onbiijen, A. Sax. onbugan, suhmit? and 

him alle onbu3en La^. 6166. 
abiiri3en, A. Sax. onbyrigan, taste: 3if 

pe his abiri3don hom. 1, 223. 
anbursten enrage? and he anbursten a- 

gon swiilc (he) weore a wilde bar Lay 

25831; cnihtes anburste (aborst) weo- 
ren 25241. 
adreden, A. Sax. an-, ondrsedan, 0. L. 

Germ, and-, ant-, andradan, O.S.Germ. 



and- 



and- 



27 



intraten, dread, timere, La\ 8744; he 
raai him sore adredeii Hick. thes. 1, 
223; adrede o. a. w. 1266; ac sore ]3u 
mijt pe adrede r. s. I, 26; adreddo 
fpretj Horn 1170; adred f part. J spec. 
110; Town. mxjd. 2o; adrad Havel. 
278; mil. 1980; Mand. 282; Tor. 289; 
aren adradde (adrad) Langl. h 19, 21. 

? aneleii, A. Sax. onselan, inflame; miqIqh^ 
fms. anhelend) horn. 1, 219; oiiealde 
fpret.J 97. 

onfangen receive, Orm. 6363; onfeng fpret.J 
La\ 134; onfengen Orm. 14396. 

onfon, A. Sax. an-, onfon, O.H.Germ. 
antfahan, receive, La\ 1069; Orm. 17948; 
heo onfo]) fragm. 7 , 64. 

andjsetnesse, A. Sax. ongetness, percep- 
tion, Orm. 27 62. 

an3it, A. Sax. andgit, intellect; an^ite 
(dat.) hom. 1, 99. 

on^iten, A. Sax. ongitan, perceive, La^. 
26623; and38eten ure sinnes Or^n. 16163; 
ajitte fpres.J misc. 193; on3eat fpret.J 
hom. 1, 223; an38et La'^. 16726. 

? anhaiigen hang up; anhonge Beh. 724; 
anhongep fpres.J ayenb. 61 ; anheng fpret.J 
La^. 29368; anhongen fpart.J 1023. 

?anhangien hang up; anhanged fpart.J 
Cham. C. t. 13690; anhonged a. r. 
126; Will. 4773. 

anhealden, O.Fris. onthalda, M.H.Germ. 
enthalten, withhold? pe pinges anhialde 
ayenh. 162. 

anhebben heave vp, Za"^. 12627; onhefd 
fpres.J hom. 1, 113. 

?anhe3en exalt; anhe3i ayenb. 23. 

? anheten, A. Sax. onhsetan, heat, calefa- 
cere; anhet fpres.J misc. 30; ay ml. 108. 

anhof, A. Sax. onhof, O.H.Germ. inthuob, 
fpret.J hove up: Cador his sweord an- 
hof (ahof) La^. 21625. 

anhon, A. Sax. onhon, hang up, La^. 729; 
(hi) anhod o. a. n. 1646; anhon fpart.J 
La^. 30839. 



? anhungren famish; anhungred fpart.J 

Alis. 1230; Octov. 467; p. 23, 6; Langl. 

b 10, 69^'; anhungrid prompt. 172. 
ankennen, A. Sax. oncennan, beget; an- 

kenned fpart.J Orm. 7 141. 
aker, akir, A. Sax. oncerr? acker, ^Hm- 

petus maris \ prompt. 8. 
ondlset, O.Fris. andlete? face, Orm. 12939; 

onlete hom. 1, 69; anlet fms. anleth) 

^'■facie7n\ ps. 26, 9. 
anlang, A. Sax. andlang, along: anlong 

pare sea Zay 138. 
onlihten, A. Sax. onl^htan, O.H.Germ. 

intliuhten, enlighten; onlihted fpres.J 

hom. 1, 97. 
ands^te, A. Sax. andsgete, odious, Orm. 

16071; ansete hom. 1, 107. 
asaken, A. Sax. an-, onsacan, O.L.Germ. 

antsacan, O.Icel. andsaka, deny: bute hi 

here la3e asoke Horn ed. Lum. 66. 
onschunien, A. Sax. onscunian, shun; a- 

schonne dep. E. 14, 16; onscunede fpret.J 

hom. 1, 229; pu onscunedest fragm. 6, 

2; heo oscuneden Lay 4066. 
onsa3e, M.H.Germ. entsageV denial? for 

onsagen st. gen. 2046. 
ansechen, A. Sax. onsecan, attack; onseken 

fpres.J st. gen. 861; onsohte fpret.J 

Lay 6667. 
ansine, A. Sax. an-, ons^n fdefectusj? as 

povre wif pat fallep in ansine an. lit. 

10. 
anstanden, A. Sax. andstandan, resist: 

a3en pe Deneis to anstond(e) Bob. 267, 

22. 
andsware, A. Sax. andsparu, answer; and- 

sware, answare (answere) Lay 4412 S^- 

26366; andspare, andspere Orm. 2404 

^ 12016; andsvare, ondspare, ondsware, 

answare, onsware, answere, ansvere, on- 

swere o. a. n. 66, 149, 470 Sf 1176; 

andswere st. gen. 3081; answare Isiimb. 

674; answere Shoreh. 123; ansvere Rob. 

197 , 16; onspere a. r. 8. 



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andswerien, A. Sax. andsperian, aiistver, 

Lay 22421; audsperen Orm. 2036; 

onsperien a. r. 94; ansverye ayenh. 67 ; 

answeren Chauc. C. t. 6669; ich an- 

sverie Beh. 531; answerede fpt-et.J st. 

gen. 2728; ansverede Brand. 9; an- 

swereden Mand. 229. 
ontenden, A. Sax. ontendan, kindle, horn. 

1, 203; a. r. 92; ontended fimperat.J 

Ilarh. 18, 12; pat he of pe lioli gost 

so tire heorte atende misc. 62 ; ontende 

fpret.J Katli. 1416. 
andwane, O.Icel. andvana, andvani fex- 

persj? wanting: to dei he mei to mar- 

3aii hit him is apane hom. 1, 21; hit 

is onpane of his hole 29. 
andweorc, A. Sax. andpeorc, material: of 

pissen andpeorke alle ping he iprouhte 
fragm. 8, 24. 
owreken, A. Sax. onprecan? avenge. La"). 

4402. 
andwurden, A. Sax. andpyrdan, Goth, and- 

vaurdjan, reply; andpurde fpret.J horn. 

1, 91. 
and, A. Sax. and, O.Fris. and, ande, end, 
ende, O.L.Germ. endi, 0. II. Germ, anti, 
enti, inti, unti, and, et, Katli. 289; Orm. 
1849; and 3ef pu miht seine linden La-^. 
3692; ant 104; & ffor & gef) pu hit 
nult ileven 8313; and if an. Jit. 12; 
and (for and ifj Havel. 2862; Percev. 
1166; ant. Arth. XVI, 2; and i cacche 
mi3te Langl. h 2, 192; {^\i i mihte a 
2, 167 J; and, ant a. r. 174 ^ 230; 
and, an o. a. n. 4 ^ 7 ; ayenh. 15; an 
s. s. ed. JFeb. 730; ande g. 20. 
aude, A. Sax. anda, onda f rancor, invidia, 
indignatioj Greins gloss. 1, 4, O.L.Germ. 
ando (indignatio, ira, zelus) Schm. gloss. 
7, 0. II. Germ, ando, anado f zelus J Graffs 
sprsch. 1, 267, O.Icel. andi fhalitus, spi- 
ritus, animus J Egilss. lex. 16, halitus, 
spiritus, Iw. 3566; pr. c. 3064; and 
Town. myst. 164; onde prompt. 364; 



Alis. 3601; Goto. 2, 260; onde 'YV«- 

leine\ voc. 146; ne draged ge non onde 

rel. ant. 1,217; onde invidia, La"^. 24634; 

Kath. 893; a. r. 104; o. a. n. 419; 

Boh. 40, 3; e. I. 211; p. s. 196; p. I. 

s. Vh, 61; Ch'tuc. r. r. 148; pah men 

to me han onde spec. 29. 
aiidcu, O.Icel. anda, spirare; ondin prompt. 

364. 
audi; A. Sax. andig, envious; ondi JIapes 336. 
aiidircii, cmp. 0. Fr. andier, andiron ; aun- 

dirin prompt. 19. 
aiies see genes. 
allien, 0. II. Germ, einon, unite; onin "uni- 

re\ prompt. 366; onep fpres.J ayenh. 88; 

ooned (part. J Chauc. C. t. 7 560. 
ang, 0. II. Germ, anger, O.Icel. ongr, Goth. 

aggvus, angustus. 

anxum, A. Sax. angsum, angustus. 

anxumnesse, A. Sax. angsumness, anxiety, 
Orm. 10467. 
ange, A. Sax. ange, 0. II. Germ, ango, an- 
guish, distress: him pas pa3 & ange Orm. 

11904; ungepe & ai pip 'ange 16289; 

& dide him mikel ange 19804. 
angel, A. Sax. angel, 0. II. Germ, angul, 0. 

Icel. ongull, angle, ^^fhjamus\ fragm. 2, 

36 (voc. 88); angile prompt. 12. 

angilhoc Wicl. Is. 19. 

ongeltpsecche fragm. 3, 26. 
angel see engel. 
anger, O.Icel. angr, a^iger, angor, molestia. 

Will. 662; Iw. 1629; Gow. 1, 282; 

Chauc. C. t. 7563; e. T. 914; anger 

and tene st. gen. 2992; anger and wa 

pr. c. 6039; in anger and in care Eglam. 

160; in anger pine and mekile wo mir. 

pi. 161; angres (pi.) Langl. h 12, 11. 

angeriich, O.Icel. angrligr; angerliche 
Gow. 1, 292; angerli Man. 37 69. 
angle, Fr. angle, angle, Chauc. C. t. h 304. 
Angle Anglia, Man. 4097 . 
angri angry, '■'■molestm' , rel. ant. 1, 8; Chauc. 

C. t. a 3167. 



aiigrien 



ar3 



29 



aiigricii^ O.Icel. angra, (mger, vexure; angren 

Orm. 428; pat angreth me sore Lmgl. 

6, i)l (111). 
anguisse^ O.Yr. anguisse, miguish, Man. 

483 o; anguise a. r. 234; angusse treat. 

140. 
aiiiugc^ O.H.Germ. einimga, union; oninge 

ayenh. 60. 
aiiker^ A. Sax: ancor, anchor, llavel. 621; 

JVill. 568; Trist. 1, 34; Lidg. m. p. 

50; ankir Octav. 433. 
auker^ A. Sax. ancor, anchorite, C}muc. r. 

r. 6348; ancres (]^l.) Langl. prol. 28. 
auiiesse^ A. Sax. anness, O.H.Germ. einussa, 

einnissa, unity, horn. 1, 93; oimesse a. 

r. 12. 
ant see and. 
ante, O.Fr. ante, Lat. amita, aunt; aunte 

lloh. 37, 15; Langl. h 5, 153. 
antefne, Lat. antipliona, O.Fr. anteine, an- 
them, a. r. 34; antein p. I. s. IX, 185. 
anxuni see under ang. 
ape, A. Sax. apa, O.Icel. api, O.H.Germ. 

affo, ape, voc. 188; a. r. 248; o. a. n. 

1325. 

apeward Langl. 5, 640 (6, 119 J. 
apostel, Lat. apostolus, apostle, horn. 1, 41. 
appel, A. Sax. seppel, aepl, O.Fr is. appel, 

O.H.Germ. aphol m., O.Icel. epli n., Ir. 

abhal, ubhal, Gael, ubhal m., Welsh afal 

n., apple, Orm. 8118; o. a. n. 135; 

treat. 132; pen appel h. h. 10; pes ep- 
' pel «. r. 52. 

appulmos, 31. II. Germ, apfelmuos, prompt. 
13. 

appeltre h. h. 93. 

aepelttin "pomarium", fragm. 4, 37. 
&r, O.Icel. or, ar, "cicatrix", Halliw. diet. 

77; arre JFicl. levit. 22; an erre fms. 

a nerre) voc. 209. 
ar, O.Icel. ar, A. Sax. or, beginning: btiten 

are & ende horn. 1, 171; buten ore & 

ende p. I. s. VIII, 91; misc. 64. 
&r see £er. 



arber = herber? arbour: in pe garden . . . 

was an arber fair and grene and in pe 

arber was a tre sq. I. deg. 28. 
arblast, O.Fr. arbaleste, arcuhalista, ayenb. 

47; Rich. 1867; arblastes fplj Rob. 

536, 22. 
arche see arke. 
archebisehop, A. Sax. arcebiscop, Lat. ar- 

chiepiscopus, archbishop, Beh. 493; ser- 

chebiscop La"^. 12636. 
areher, O.Fr. archier, archer, ayenb. 45. 
are, A. Sax. O.Icel. ar, oar, remus, Flw. 

1878; Trist. 1, 33; ore Havel. 1871; 

s. s. ed. Wr. 3153. 
are, A. Sax. ar, O.Icel. sera, O.L.Germ. 0. 

II. Germ, era, 0. Fris. ere, mercy, met. t. 

38; are & milce Orm. 1476; are, sere 

(ore) Lay 2972 ^ 22382; ore (are) a. 

r. 136; Ore o. a. n. 886; Havel. 153; 

Rob. 340, 4; Tor. 916; m. Arth. 1344; 

ore, oore Chauc. C. t. a 3726; aore hom. 

1, 187. 

orfest "pius\ fragm. 3, 7 . 

areles merciless, hom. 1, 173; arelies, 
Oreles p. I. s. VIII, 100. 
aren, A. Sax. arian, O.H.Germ. eren, shoio 

mercy, Orm. 1462. 
areude see serende. 
arewe see arwe. 
arf, O.Icel. arfr (haereditas). 

arfname heir, Orm. 17744. 
arfe|) see earfep. 
argoil argol far gal J, faex vini; argoile fdat.J 

Chauc. a. t. 12741. 
arguen, argue, Fr. arguer, argue, Langl. 10, 

174 fll, 130 J. 
arj, A. Sax. earg, earh, O.Fris. arg, erg, 

O.Icel. argr, O.H.Germ. arger, argh 

(ergh), pavidus, ignavus, pravus, fms. ar3e) 

Gaw. 241; arh hmn. 1, 277; are3, areh 

0. a. n. 407; aru (arwe^ as an hare Rob. 

457 , 15; arwe, arwbe "timidus, pavidu%\ 

prompt. 14; arwe Alis. 3340; eruh a. 

r. 274; pe arege, arewe, erewe rel. ant. 



30 



ar3ien 



askere 



1, 176; arje, aerpe (pi. J p. I. s. VIIi, 

10; er^e horn. 1, 161; arwe Rich. 3821; 

arwe men and kene Havel. 2115; ar3(e) 

fadv.j Shoreh. 22; serhest fsuperl.J La^. 

21733. 

arhhede fearfulness, misc. 74. 

ifirhscipe fearfulness, La^. 12411. 
ar^ien^ 0. II. Germ, argen, grow fearful: pet 

eoper heorte erjian spide hom. 1, 13; 

me ar3es fl am afraid) of mi selfe Alex. 

637 ; arje (pres. suhj.J Gaw. 2301; ar3ed 

fpret.J a. p. 2, 572; pat arghede (made 

afraid) alle pat per ware Percev. 69. 
ar^uesse fearfulness, ayenh. 31; arghnesse 

lloccl. I, 435. 
ar^ite^ A. Sax. yrgd, 0. H. Germ, argida, 

fearfulness; serhde La^. 8264; are^pe, 

arelipe o. a. n. 404. 
arke, A. Sax. earc, Goth, arka, 0. II. Germ. 

archa, (Klcel. ork, Lat. area, arh, ^^arca\ 

voc. 199; Man. 136, 20; in arke or in 

kiste Havel. 2018; arclie Xa). 8965; a. 

r. 334; st. gen. 561. 
arm see earm. 
armeiij Fr. armer, arm, armare, Man. 1174; 

armed (pres.) a. r. 262; armede fpret.) 

la^. 8655^'. 
armes^ Fr. armes, Lat. arma, arms, Havel. 

2925; ayenl. 170. 
arm|)e see earmde. 
armiire^ Fr. armure, Lat. armatura, armour, 

ayenh. 170; Will. 3769; arm.tire, armou- 

re prompt. 14; armour Man. 5117 . 
am see earn. 
arrien^ A. Sax. eorrian? arr, irritare; arrin 

lud. Gov. 316; arreden (pret.) Wicl. deu- 

ter. 32. 
ars, A. Sax. ears, O.H.Germ. ars, O.Icel. 

ars, rass, arse, anus, voc. 179; proynpt. 

14; ers, ars Langl. h 5, 175; ers Cham. 

C. t. a 3734. 
arst see serest. 

art, Fr. art, art, ayenh. 65. 
arten, O.Fr. arter, constrain, Chauc. Troil. 



388; artin '■^artare', prompt. 14; arte 

IIoccl. IV, 8. 
article, Fr. article, article, ayenh. 12. 
aru, arwe see arj. 
arwe, A. Sax. arepe(?) dat. pi. arepan Sax. 

chron. 217, earh Greins gloss. 1, 248, 

O.Icel. or pi. orvar, arrow, st. gen. 478; 

ayenh. 66; Chauc. C. t. 9547 ; s. a. c. 

X, 25; arwe (are we) La-i,. 2476; are we 

Brand. 15; Will. 885; earepe a. r. 60; 

are wen fpl.) Alis. 5283; are wen (arewe) 

La^. 5510; earepen a. r. 60; arwes Hand. 

190. 
as see under al. 
as- see es-. 
as, O.Icel. ass (trahs, contus), ioth. ans 

(Soxoc); comp. bet-, windas. 
asch, A. Sax. sesc, O.H.Germ. asc, asch, 0. 

Icel. askr, ash (esh), ^fraxinm\ voc. 162; 

p. I. s. XIII, 171; Chauc. C. t. a 2922; 

asclie lai le fr. 168; Man. 12438; asche, 

esche prompt. 15 Sf 143. 
asche, A. Sax. asce, sesce, axe, O.H.Germ. 

asche, O.Icel. aska, ash, cinis; ashe Gaw. 

3, 345; aske, asche "cinis\ prompt. 15; 

aische, aske Wicl. genes. 18; esche Shoreh. 

107; axe misc. 78; asse Ilalliw. diet. 

95; esse ayenh. 137 ; pale as ashe (aische, 

aschen) colde Chauc. C. t. a 1364; as- 

ken (pi.) a. r. 214; Havel. 2841; askes 

Orm. 1001; Langl. h 3, 97; axen p. s. 

203; p. I. s. I, '2h; asches Mand. 107; 

axen (dat. pi.) La:^. 25989. 

askefise ^^ciniflo\ prompt. 15. 
ascheler ashlar, Aud. 78. 
aschi ashy, Chauc. C. t. a 2883. 
ase see under al. 
aske, A. Sax. adexe (?), O.H.Germ. ege- 

dehsa, ash (esh), lacerta: askes (? ms. ars- 

kes) and oper wormes Wr. diet. 107 . 
aske, A. Sax. sesce, O.H.Germ. eisca, de- 
mand; axe La^. 1053. 
askere asher, petitor: pe axere and pe de- 

fendaiint g. 361. 



askien 



apel 



31 



askien^ A. Sax. ascian, sescian, acsian, axian, 

O.Fris. askia, aschia, O.Icel. feskja, 0. 

L. Germ, escon, 0. II. Germ, eiscon, aak 

fax J, rogare, posccre; asken a. r. 242; 

Orfn. 10278; c. I. 1023; CJiauc. C. t. 

h 101; askin ^^ pet ere, poscere\ prompt. 

Id; aske Aud. 79; asche Hob. 16, 12; 

Eglam. 1090; eskien hom. 1, 23; aske, 

Axe Langl. 4, 90 (103); axien La^. 

7193; axi, oxi ayenh. 110 Sf 114; axe 

Gaw. 1, 47; Wicl. John 1; oxe p. s. 

200; asse Town. myst. 58; aske, axe 

fpres.J Chauc. C. t. a 1347 ; acsi Shcreh. 

136; eski Marh. 13, 22; aiscliest, aish- 

est, axest o. a. n. 473, 707 Sf 995; 

nou esche we treat. 136; askede fpret.J 

a. r. 66; st. gen. 3191; askede, aschede 

Rob. 16, 10 Sf 33, 13; acsede rel. ant. 

1, 30; easkede Jul. 15; comp. ofaskien. 
askiiige^ A. Sax. ascung, asking, "petitio\ 

prompt. 15; escimge Marh. 16, 22. 
aspe, A. Sax. sespe, O.H.Germ. aspa, 0. 

Icel. osp, asp, populus tremula, voc. 181 

^ 285; Chauc. C. t. a 2921; aspe, espe 

prompt. 15 Sf 143; espe voc. 228. 
aspeii aspen: aspen lef Chauc. Troil. 4049. 
aspien see spien. 
asse, A. Sax. assa, cmp. O.Icel. asni, Lat. 

asinus, ass, a. r. 32; Shoreh. 122; Mand. 

70; an asse treat. 138; pane asse ayenh. 

156; asse earen a. r. 172; assen fpl.J 

Chauc. C. t. 5867 . 
asse, A. Sax. asse, asina: ane asse ... mid 

hire colt hom. 1, 3. 
astorien see storien. 
astroiiomie, Fr. astronomie, astronomy, prompt. 

16; La->,. 24298; Langl. b 19, 238. 
asur, Fr. azur, azure, Jos. 195. 
at, O.Icel. at, that, Iw. 486; s. s. ed. Web. 

3824; ant. Arth. XIV, 10; Town. myst. 

2; the beste bodi at thar war Percev. 

150; at him fel to knaw pr. c. 171. 
at see set. 
ate, A. Sax. ata, oat; ot.e "avena\ prompt. 



372; Mire 1483; Mapes 350; aten fpl.J 
La'y,. 29256; Cten a. r. 312 ; ooten Itich. 
6004; otin voc. 177. 

atel, A.Sax.'oiol, eatol, O.Icel. atall, /ow/, 
ugly, Orm. 4803; atele hurtes hom. 1, 
275. 

atellTch fms. atelich) a. r. 6; Mapes 343; 
mid pine ate(l)iiche speore o. a. n. 1125; 
eate(l)lukest fsuperlat.J h. m. 41. 

ateii oaten: otene grotes /. c. c. 47. 

ater, A. Sax. ator, attor, tetor, O.H.Germ. 
eitar, eittar, O.Icel. eitr, atter, venenum, 
sanies, hom. 1, 23; atter Orm. 15383; 
St. gen. 372; c. I. 1150;' Langl. b 12, 
256; pat atter La"). 14995; pet 'atter 
a. r. 208; attir ^^sanies\ prompt. 16. 
attercoppe attercob, aranea, o. a. n. 600; 
k. L. 63; attircoppe ^^aranea\ prompt. 
16. 
atterllide betony? drinc peonne atterlode 
(atterlade) & drif pene spel a3eanpard 
a. r. 274; atterlope ^^morelle\ voc. 141. 
atterluch venomous, a. r. 212^'. 

attenie, A. Sax. eetren, gettren, M.H.Germ. 
eiterin, venomous, poisonous, fragm. 8, 38; 
purh atterne drench La-^. 16084. 

atteniesse, A. Sax. setterness (?), vettomous- 
ness, a. r. 196. 

atlien see ahtlien. 

attrien, A. Sax. setterian, M. U. Germ, eitern, 
poison; attred fpres.J a. r. 84; attred 
f part. J Orm. 15376; hom. 2, 19; iattred 
a. r. 208. 

attri^, 0. II. Germ, eitriger, venomous, poison- 
ous, Orm. 9785; attri a. r. 82; h. m. 15. 

aj>, A. Sax. ad, Goth, aips, O.L.Germ. 0. 
Fris. eth, O.Icel. eidr, O.H.Germ. eid, 
oath, juramentum, Iw. 2264; ad, sed, oad 
(op) La^. 653, 704 Sf 1 9981 ;'6p ayenb. 
64; pen op Rob. 446, 2; oop Chauc. C. 
t. a 120; ope fdat.J proclam. 5; apes 
fpl.J Orm. 4479; odes a. r. 198; aden 
fdat. pi. J La'i,. 5165; comp. manap. 

a|»el see sedel. 



32 



apum 



bac 



ajiunij A. Sax. adum, O.II.Cenn. eidum, 

eidam, son in h;w, gener, Orm. 19832; 

adum, odem (opom) L y 3619 Sf 23106; 

Opam "gener\ fragm. 2, 22 fvoc. 88 J; 

odem rel. ant. 1, 130; opom Rob. 182, 

4; odam Ah's. 2081. * 
aubel^ Fr. aiibel, abe/, 2^opiuus alba, prompt. 

17. 
aufiu see alfin. 
augriin see algrim. 
auh see ac. 
aiihte see ffihte. 
aul tee awel. 
auiite see ante. 
ayaiicen^ Fr. avancer, advance; avance Min. 

39; avaunce Chauc. C. t. a 246; Man. 

7246; avaunced fpres.J a. r. 156. 
ayaiit^ Fr. avant. 

avantwarde vanguard, d. Arth. 324. 
aTantage^ Fr. avantage, advantage, Chauc. 

C. t. 4636. 
avarice, Fr. avarice, avarice, ayenb. 16. 
ave-, O.Dutch ave? 

avelong", Ban. afiang? avelong, ^^QbIongus\ 
prompt. 17. 

avetrol? s. s. ed. Web. 1107. 
aveii see gefeii. 
Aveiie, A. Sax. Afen, Avo7i, La^. 21267; p. 

I. s. VIII, 126. 
aver, O.Icel. afarr, aver, equus; averes (pi.) 

JIalliw. diet. 117 . 
aver-, 0. Butch aver-, O.Icel. afar-, Goth. 

afar, 0. II. Germ. aber. 

averish averish fershj, Ilalliw. diet. 117. 

apermod, for aveimod ? arrogance, Orm. 
4720. 
awe see a3e & ewe. 
awel, A. Sax. apul, apel, al, sel, eal, O.II. 

Germ, ala /., O.Icel. air m., awl, subula; 

opul ^'■fuscinula\ fragm. 4, 15 fvoc. 93 J; 

owel, ewel o. a. n. 80; al '■^subulam\ 

Wicl. deuteron. 15; el a. r. 324; eaples 

fpl.J Eath. 2209; eaules misc. 153; 

aules a. r. 212; Rob. 48, 22; oules 



Brand. 22; Chauc. C. t. 7312; eles 
ayenb. 66. 

aweu see a3en. 

awk (= avek, as liaiik = havek), O.Icel. Ofugr, 
O.II. Germ, abuher (aversus, perversus, 
sinister!, from af? see Grimm's pref. to 
Schu.zes gloss. V, awh, ^^ sinister, perver- 
tus', prompt. 18; awke dedis d. Arth. 13. 
awkli '■'■sinistre, perverse \ prompt. 18. 
awkward aivhward, d. Arth. 2247 ; pe 
world pai al awkward sett(e) pr. c. 
1541. 

awue, awene, O.Icel. ogn, O.II. Germ, aga- 
na, C'ofh. ahana, Gr. dx'^Oi, awn, "arista', 
prompt: 18. 

awueii, cmp. Germ, (er)augiien, show, mani- 
fest; apiien fms. appnenn) Orm. 979; & 
sone an an se pis pas pser purh godes 
engles apned 3385. 

ax see eax. 

axe iee asclie. 

axieii see askien. 

axle S3C oaxle. 

ay S30 a. 

babau, Welsh Irish baban, babe, a. r. 234. 

babe, O.Sioed. babe Ihres gloss., Irish bab 
O Keillys diet., babe, Gow. 1, 344; lud. 
Cov. 84. 

babel bauble , Gow. 3, 224; p. 54, 3; ba- 
bul, babil "lihrilld\ prompt. 20. 

baber? 

babirlippid "lalrosus\ pjrompt. 20; baber- 
lipped Langl. b 5, 190. 

babi baby, Langl. b 17 , 95. 

b^bleu. Germ, babeln, babble ; babelinde 
f part. J a. r. 100; bablede fpret.J Langl. 
5, 8 (2487). 

babuiii, Ital. babbuino, bahoon; babwin, ba- 
bewin prompt. 20; babewines (pi.) Mand. 
210. 

bac, A. Sax. bsec, 0. L. Germ, bac, 0. Icel. 
bak, O.Fris. bek, baclz, tergum, a. r. 290; 
Orm. 4776; Havel. 813; bak Man. 133, 
23; Tor. 2590: on bak abacL ant. Arth. 



bacche 



baffin 



U 



XLV, 8; a bak o. a. n. 877; Rich. 

4716; lud. Cov. 211; a bac treat. 134; 

bak for bakcloj)? Chauc. C. t. 12809; 

bakkes ^^panit\ Langl. h 10, 362; and 

alle his bakkes rente Will. 2096. 

bacbon hach-hone, voc. 146. 

bacbiten hacJcbite; bacbite Mire 1267; 
bakblte Langl. h 2, 80. 

bacbltere lachhiter, r. s. VII, 25; bac- 
bltare a. r. 82. 

bacclaj)? bakclopes ^^panm\ Langl. h 10, 
362. 

bachalf Wicl. genes. 19. 

bac ward backward, Man. 6052; bakward 
li h. disc. 1637. 

bacwarde rear-gmrd, La\ 23814. 
bacche hatch; bahche, batche prompt. 21. 
bacheler^ O.Fr. bachelor, lachelor. Bob. 30, 

6; Chauc. C. t. a 80; wheper he be 

kni^t or bachiler Will. 840. 
bacin^ O.Fr. bacin, lasin, Shoreh. 51; s. 

8. ed. Web. 2242; Rich. 2557; basin 

AUs. 2333. 
bacon^ 0. Fr. bacon [0. Dutch bake, 0. 11. 

Germ, bache ace. bachen], bacon; bacon, 

bacoun Langl. b 5, 194 ; baciin ^^petaso\ 

prompt. 20. 
bail see bsed. 
bad, from biden, stay, mansio; b6d Will. 

149; bade fdat.J Pereev. 41; bode Flor. 

374; Chauc. Ann. 119; comp. abad. 
bad lie bad, malus. Will. 5024; Chauc. C. 

t. 9482; our bi3ete was badde rel. ant. 

2, 242; pis badde king Rob. 108, 17; 

two badde prestos Langl. b 10, 281. 

baddelTche badly, Rob. 566, 8. 
baddenesse, badnesse badness, Langl. b 12, 

49. 
badien, A. Sax. badian fpignerarej? O.K.- 

Germ, beiton (exspectare), wait: badien 

pe king wolde pat his folc come La-^,. 

25649. 
bach valley. Lay 2596; bseche (dat.) 5644; 

bsecchen (dat. pi.) 21776; comp. Coubache. 



b»d, A. Sax. b3ed, O.L.Germ. bad, O.Fris. 
bed, O.Ieel. bad, Goth, bap, 0. II. Germ. 
bat, fpret.J bade (had), petivi, rogavi; 
baed, bad, bead, bed Lay 2454, 3971, 
4767 Sf 4879; bad Or7n. 2385; Bek. 
2256; Mand. 228; Tor. 1245; he bad 
hise bede d. gen. 1375; so god it bad 
(for bead?) 57; bed a. r. 156; ayenh. 
191; p. 8. 248; & bed bringen an an 
pis meiden biforen him liath. 441 ; pou 
bede Rob. 133, 19; pou me bede singe 
Shm-eh. 118; bffiden Orm. 697; heo beden 
(bede) hine come to helpe Lay 666; 
bede Gow. 1, 111; non oper hevene hi 
ne bede Flor. a. Bl. 553; bsede (subj.) 
Orm. 9595; bede a. r. 222; and bede 
ane bone Kath. 2401; bede, beede Langl. 
8, 102 (9, 96); pat hi for him bede 
Bek. 2256; beden (part.) Wicl. Luke 14; 
bede Will. 2410; Gow. 1, 70; were bede 
to ])e . bridale Langl. a 2, 36; & dide 
al als him beden (for boden?) -j^as Orm. 
3138; comp. ^ebad; deriv. bede, beden, 
bidden. 

bafteii see biaeften. 

bi'l, A. Sax. b£el, O.Ieel. bal, bale (bail), 
rogus, ignis. Lay 17130; bal Wr. diet. 
153; in a bale of fiir pi. er. 667 . 

bsere, A. Sax. bser, 0. L. Germ. 0. II. Germ. 
bara, O.Fris. here, from beren, biei- 
(beer), '■feretrum', fragm. 4, 50; Orm. 
8167; bgere (here) Lay 19481; bere st. 
gen. 2481; p. I. s. XVII, 196; Gm. 
3, 263; Lidg. m. p. 34; ant. Arth. XIV, 
6; Ihwn. myst. 232; beere prompt. 32; 
beren (ace. pi.) Lay 27876; comp. hors- 
bere. 

bserdisc ''ferculum', fragm. 4, 16. 
berman porter. Lay 3317; Havel. 868. 

bserm see barm. 

bxwen, M. II. Germ, baen (fovere)? foment, 
bathe? to clensen & to bsepen Orm. 
15153 Sf 18042. 

baffin, Dutch baffen, Germ, baffen, beff, "la- 



34 



bale 



trare\ prompt. 20; puhare: apon pair 

brestes fast pai beft met. horn. XVIII; 

beft (part. J Golag. a. Gaw. 870. 
bagge^ O.Icel. baggi fpaMe, lyltj Fritzners 

ordb., lag, a. r. 168; p. I. s. XII, 67; 

transact. 18, 28; pi. cr. 223; h. s. 501; 

a beggeres bagge Langl. b 14, 248; 

baggen fpl.j a. r. 168. 

baggepTpe bag-pipe, Chaiic. C. t. a 565. 
bagge badge, prompt. 20; bagges fpl.J Hal- 

liw. diet. 132. 
baggiii bag, Humere\ prompt. 21; baggep 

fpres.J Cham. b. duch. 623; pe mere was 

bagged wip fole Percev. 717. 
bai, Fr. bai, bay, Chauc. C. t. a 2157. 
bai, O.IceJ. bagr? ^^obstaculum", prompt. 21. 
baic, Fr. bale, bay, si^ius, recessus; bai a. 

p. 2, 1392. 
bayin^ O.Fr. (a)bayer, Lat. baubari, bay, 

prompt. 21; baye Fglam. 286; bay en 

(fres.) Gaw. 1909. 
baili, O.Fr. baili, baily, bailiff. Will. 5387; 

baillif Chauc. C. t. a 603. 
baillie^ O.Fr. baillie, government, custody, 

p. L s. XXIV, 78; Alis. 7532; Cham. 

r. r. 4302; Man. 5243. 
bain, O.Icel. beinn, bain, directus, promptus, 

Trist. 1, 65; Iw. 766; Gaw. 1092; A- 
, mad. ed. Robs. XLVII, 12; avow. Arth. 

LVIII, 16; Town. myst. 28; lud. Cov. 

173; bein Amad. ed. Web. 514; pene 

pei bene (?) p. I. s. VIII, 170. 
baisk, O.Icel. beiskr, bash, acerbus, Wr. diet. 

152; bessc Orm.. 6698. 
baisseii, Fr. (e)babir, bash; baist fpret.J 

Gaw. 376; baist f part. J d. Arth. 2856. 
bait, O.Icel. beita, from blten, bait, esca, 

Gow. 1, 310; beit Lidg. m. p. 218; 

beite Ilalliw. diet. 172. 
baitcn, 0. Icel. beita, 0. II. Germ, beizen, 

bait, maize to bite: if knigbt or squier of 

his companie gan for to sike or let his 

eyen baiten (feed) on ani woman Chauc. 

Troil. 192; baite Will. 1723; Tor. 1566; 



beiton ^^commordere\ prompt. 29; pe oere 

beite Havel. 1840; bejten punish, Orm. 

10171; baite fpres. subj.J Mand. 243; 

baited (part.) a. p. 2, 55 ; comp. abaiten ? 
bai|)cii, bay en? grant? i shal baipen pi 

bone Gaw. 327 ; pat bayep me mi bone 

spec. 27 . 
bak? 

bakern, A.Sax. baecern, ^^pi«trinum\fragm. 
4, 20. 

bakhous, A. Sax. baechus, M. II. Germ. 
bachhus, bake-house, ^'■pistrina\ voc. 27 4; 
prompt. 21. 
bak see bac. 
baken, A. Sax. bacan, O.Icel. baka, O.H. 

Germ, bachan, pachan, bahe; bake Chauc. 

C. t. a 384; book (pret.) Wicl. Is. 44; 

p. r. I. p. 191; boke rel. ant. 1, 83; 

baken (part.) Orm. 993; Rich. 3613; 

ibake Langl. 6, 285 (7, 270); Chauc. 

I. g. w. 709; Lidg. m. p. 85. 
bakerc, A. Sax. baecere, baker, g. 354; ba- 

kares (pi.) misc. 189; bakers Langl. a 

3, 70. 
bakestre, A. Sax. baecistre (pistrix), baxter, 

^^pistor', fragm. 4, 21; baxtere Ilalliw. 

diet. 152; bakesteres (pi.) Langl. b 3, 

79. 
bakke, Dan. (aften)bakke, bat, '■'■vespertilio\ 

prompt. 21; Lidg. m. p. 152; reremous 

or backe Wicl. levit. 11. 
bai, 31. II. Germ, bai, O.Icel. bollr, from 

bellen? ball, pila, treat. 137; s. s. ed. 

Web. 2066; Rich. 4506; Chauc. C. t. a 

2614; pane little bai ayenb. 179; balles 

(pi) Lay 17443. 

balpleope ball-play, a. r. 218. 
bai see bsel. 
balance, Fr. balance, balance, ayenb. 30; 

belaunce' Will. 948. 
bald see beald. 

bale bale, ^'■bulga\ prompt. 22; a. p. 3, 157 . 
bale, A. Sax. bealu, pernicious, dire, dismal. 

Mire 1383; bale drinch hom. 1, 283; 



bale 



bane 



35 



.pid se bale bere Kath. 2370; pid bale 

bondes Mark. 13, 19; bale deep Langl. 

h IS, 35; bale stour a. p. ^, 426; bale 

biernez d. Arth. 1483. 
bale, balii, A. Sax. bealu, O.L.Germ. balu, 

0. II. Germ, balo, O.Icel. bol, hale, cala- 

mitas, aerumna, pernicieg, Lay 1455 8f 

2597; pat baleu misc. 42; bale Havel. 

327; St. gen. 68 Sf 1984; spec. 26; s. 

8. ed. Weh. 702; Will. 75; Langl. h 

18, 200; Iw. 3062; Amad. ed. Hobs. 

IV, 9; hpone pe bale is aire hecst pon- 

ne is pe bote aire necst o. a. n. 687 §- 

699; balwe, bale we fdat.J La^. 310 8f 

1618; to balepe (bale) & to bismere 

Kath. 551. 

balufeht La-^,. 5943. 

baluful baleful, La->,. 24938; ham. 1, 215; 
baluhful, baleful a. r. 114. 

baluraes Lay 25936. 

balesid, A. Sax. bealusTd, Marh. 23, 8; 
to his baleside Lay 567; balesipes 
fpl.J rel. ant. 1, 179. 
bal) baugh? balwe ^^planus\ prompt. 22; 

a balj berj Gaw. 2172 ; his bal3e haun- 

chez 2032. 
ball see beli. 
hiXke, A.Sax. balca (?), O.Fris. balka, 0. 

L.Germ. balco, O.H.Germ. balco, balcho, 

O.Icel. bialki, balh, "trabs, porca\ prompt. 

21 ^ 22; Chauc. C. t. a 3920; Town. 

myst. 99; lud. Gov. 343; balkes /"pi. J 

Langl. 6, 109 (7, 100). 
balkiii ball, '■^porcare\ prompt. 22; but so 

wel halt no man pe pl6gh pat he ne 

balkep oper wile Gow. 1, 296. 
balle, M.H.Germ. balle, ball, pila, Alis. 

6481; Octav. 1272. 
balled bald, Langl. b 20, 183; Chauc. C. 

t. a 198; ballid "calvus\ prompt. 22; 

Wicl. levit. 13; ballid and bar was pe 

reson dep. R. 29, 22. 
ballednesse baldness, Rob. 482*; rel. ant. 2, 

56; ballidnesse "calvities", prompt. 22, 



ballok, A. Sax. bealluc, balloch, testiculus, 
voc. 208; ballokes fpl.J Mand. 162; 
Wicl. levit. 22. 

baltreii, Dan. baltre, tumble; balteres fpres.J 
a. p. 3, 459; baltirde fpret.J d. Arth. 
782. 

bame see basme. 

ban, A. Sax. O.Icel. bann, O.L.Germ. O.K. 
Germ, ban, O.Fris. ban, bon, ban, edic- 
turn; (h)is ban aboute he sende Rob. 
187, 19; lat crie pe ban porgh pe coun 
g. 359; banne fdat.J a. p. 2, 95; ich 
fol3i pan ahte manne and fleo bi nihte 
in heore banne o. a. n. 390; comp. 3eban. 

ban, A. Sax. ban, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. ben, 
O.H.Germ. O.Icel. bein, bone, os, La\ 
7559; Kath. 232; Trist. 1, 25; boon 
Wicl. genes. 29; ban (pi.) Lay 1603; 
banes Kath. 2517; Iw. 2052; banen 
(dat. pi.) Lay 29562; comp. bac-, cheak-, 
lend-, schinban(-bon). 
bonschawe sciatica, prompt. 44. 
bonwort, A. Sax. banpyrt, M. II. Germ. 
beinwurz (senecio), viola? rel. ant. 1, 
37. 

band, O.Fris. O.Icel. band, 0. II. Germ, pant, 
band, band (bond), Iw. 2394; Begrev. 
869; Town. myst. 219; Irene band Orm. 
19821 ; bond '■^vinculum, ligamen\ prompt. 
43; bond "laqueus\ Bek. 1099; T(yr. 
318; bond "foedus\ Wicl. genes. 14; 
Man. 2851; hwo so brekis this bond 
Aud. 11; band, bond '■''obligationem\ Chauc. 
C. t. b 1558; bonde (pi.) "vincula\ voc. 
180; dor (h)ise fon ho leide in bonde 
st. gen. 2693; bandes pr. c. 3209; bon- 
des Handeaus\ rel. ant. 2, 83; Havel. 
538; iren bondes Mand. 163; les me 
out of bonde spec. 29. 
banddogge banddog, voc. 187; bonddogge 
prompt. 43. 

bandon, O.Fr. bandon, dominion, power j 
Chauc. r. r. 1163; bandun a. r. 338*, 

bane, A. Sax. bana, bona, O.L.Germ. O.H. 



36 



banen 



barewe 



Germ, bano, O.Fris. bona, O.Icel. bani, 
hane, 'pernicies, ''^€xitmm\ prompt. 22; 
Chaue. C. t. a 1097; Man. 8330; Tor. 
1691; bane, bone Kath. 2397; bone 
(bane) La-^. 7554; bone a. r. 222; Fer- 
cev. 1338; comp. henbane. 

biineii osseus: wip bonene wal rel. ant. 1, 
112. 

baiiere^ M.Lat. banera, bannerium, banner, 
a. r. 300; baner Roh. 167, 15; Chauc. 
C. t. a 966; Man. 8445. 

bailing smelt? IlaUiw. diet. 140. 

bauischiii^ Fr. bannir, hanisJi, prompt. 23; 
banished f part. J Chauc. C. t. a 1725. 

bank^ A. Sax. banc f tumulus J? O.Fris. bank, 
0. IT. Germ, banch, panch (scamnimi), hanh, 
^^ripa\ voc. 239; prompt. 23; bank scam- 
num, lud. Cov. 170; bonk Gaw. 700; 
bonk tumulus, a. p. 1, 102; bonke fdat.J 
Will. 2718; stod uppen tine bonke fms. 
boncke) La-^. 25185; bankes fpl.J Isumh. 
169; purh bankes & purh grsefes Orm. 
9210; over bankes and hilles Langl. h 
5, 521. 

banker^ O.Fr. banquier? cloth, or carpet, 
for a bench, prompt. 23; bankers fpl.J 
ant. Arth. XXXV, 2. 

bauiie? 

bannenote bannut, juglans, roc. 181. 

baniicii^ A. Sax. bannan, bonnan, O.TT.Germ. 
bannan, O.Tcel. banna, ban, summon, com- 
mand, order; bannen, bonnien (banni) 
Z«3. 7952, 8054 Sf 19907; banne curse. 
Will 476; Langl. 1, 60 (62 J; 1 banne 
pe birde pat me bar ant. Arth. VIT, 
11; bannede fpret.J st. gen. 3213; ban- 
ned Percev. 2123; bonnede (bannede) his 
ferdeZ^5. 1763; bonneden helmes 22288; 
comp. for-, ^ebannen. 

baptesmc^ O.Fr. baptesme, baptism, Langl. 
b 11, 119. 

baptisen^ Fr. baptiser, baptize; baptize Rob. 
86, 16. 

bar^ A. Sax. bser, O.TT.Germ. barer, parer. 



O.Icel. berr, bare (bar), yiudus. Brand. 
24; Iw. 2470; pat heo mist of pe hex- 
te men pat lond make bar Rob. 125, 8; 
bare (bar) La-^. 3420; bare spec. 50; 
hire beare bodi Jul. 27 ; mid one bare 
porde 0. a. n. 547; outtaken bare two 
a. p. 2, 1573; comp. predbare. 
barfot, A. Sax. bagrfot, M. IT. Germ, bar- 
vuo:^, barefoot, nudipes, La"^. 8843; 
Orph. 226; barfoot lud. Cov. 59; bar- 
vot a. r. 420. 
barheved, M. IT. Germ, barhoubet, capite 
nudo, Man. 3252; barbed s. a. c. ed. 
Wr. 17, 2; bareheed Wicl. levit. 13. 
bareli barely, Gaw. 548. 

bar, A. Sax. bar, O.TT.Germ. ber, per, boar, 
aper; bar, b^er (bor) Z^^. 1697 ^ 7 503; 
bare Iw. 241; Begrev. 43; avow. Arth. 
Ill, 1; bor a. r. 280; Havel. 1867; 
Will. 203; boor Mand. 238; boor, bore 
Langl. b 11, 333; bore p. s. 151. 

baraiiij O.Fr. baraigne, barren, a. r. 158; 
baraine Gaw. 1320; barein Chauc. C. t. 
a 1977. 

barbican, 0. Fr. barbacane, outworh of a cas- 
tle, ^^antemurale\ prompt. 23; Alis. 1591 ; 
Gaw. 793; barbecan Flor. a. Bl. 244. 

barbour, Fr. barbier, barber, Chauc. C. t. 
a 2025. 

bare see barewe. 

bare, A. Sax. hsbre, O.Icel. bara, bore, fluc- 
tus, unda, m. h. 135; beres, beares, bie- 
res rpl.J La^. 1341"", 28077'' ^ 2862iP. 

barel, O.Fr. bareil, Welsh baril, Gael, ba- 
raill, barrel, Man. 3616; barail p. I. s. 
XXIII, 23. 

baret, O.Fr. barat Roquef. gloss. 1, 131, 
Diez ivb. 43, contention, trouble, a. r. 154; 
Ravel. 1932; Gaio. 353; baret & strif 
p. I. s. XXIIT, 137 ; in gret baret and 
bale Will. 5517 ; barat ayenb. 39. 

barewe, A. Sax. berepe (?), barrow, vectula: 
pe3 ich scholde beo pider ibore in bare- 
we oper in here Beh. 899; barowe 



bargain 



bap 



37 



prompt. 25; Flor. 2031 ; me leiden hem 

in bare & burden hem ful ^are IIoiii 

ed. Liim. 891. 
bargain^ O.Fr. bargain, bargain, prompt. 

24 ; ayerib- 9; bargein Gow. 2, 223 ; bar- 

gaines fpl.J Chauc. C. t. a 282. 
bargaiiiiii^ 0. Fr. bargaignier, bargain, prompt. 

24. 
barge^ O.Fr. barge, M.Lat. barea, barge, 

JVill 2767; Chauc. C. t. a 3650. 
barb, A. Sax. bearh, O.Dutch barg, O.Icel. 

borgr, 0. IE. Germ, barch, parch, parh, 

pare, paruc, parug, barrow, majalis: 3if 

he isihp pat pii nart are3 he pile of 

bOre purcheu bare3 (bareh) o. a. n. 408; 

bseruh fragm. 3, 2d; baru Rob. 207 , 2; 

barowes (pi.) d. AHh. 191. 
bariu; A. Sax. barian, bare, ^^nudare\ prompt. 

24; his fader he it gan unhillen & ba- 

ren st. gen. 1912. 
bark, O.Dutch barke, O.Icel. borkr, barh, 

"e&rtex\ voc. 229; Mand. 189; Iw. 741; 

barke prompt. 24; Langl. b 11, 251 ; 

barke fdat.J Chauc. r. r. 7267 . 
barlic, A. Sax. baerlic Sax. chron. ed. Earle 

252, barley, hordeum, rel. ant. 1, 215; 

barli^ Orm. 15511; barlich, barli Wicl. 

exod. 9. 
barm see bearm. 
baru see beam. 

baronage, O.Fr. baronage, baronage, ayenb. 58^ 
barouic, O.Fr. baronie, barotiy; baronies 

(pi. J ayenb. 38. 
barre, O.Fr. barre, Irish Gael, barra, bar, 

^^vectis", prompt. 24; voc. 261; Havel. 

1794; a barre of Iren Chauc. C. t. a 

1075; barres (pi. J Langl. b 18, 319; 

pe barres of his belt Gaw. 162; titepid 

pe barren of pe burhe Kath. 2349. 
barrin, O.Fr. barrer, bar, vecte occluder e, 

prompt. 24; barred (pret.J Will. 2046; 

barrid (part.) Triam. 1188. 
Barrocschire, A. Sax. Bearucscire, Berkshire, 

p. I. s. XIII, 48. 



bars, A. Sax. bears, baers, bars (bass J; bace 

prompt. 20. 
bartrin, Ital. barattare, barter, prompt. 25. 
baru see barh, 
baruu, O.Fr. barOn, baron, Havel. 31; ba- 

runes (gen.) La^. 5319; barouns (pi.) 

ayenb. 38. 
baselard ^^pugio\ prompt. 25; Langl. b 3, 

303; Mire 48. 
basket, Ir. Gael, bascaid, Welsh basged, 

[Lat. bascauda], basket, ^^corbis', prompt. 

26; basketis (pi.) Chauc. C. t. 13860. 
basme, O.Fr. basme, Lat. balsamum, balm, 

h. m. 13; bame a. r. 164; baume Mand. 

50. 
basmeii balm; balniin, baumin ^^balsamare\ 

prompt. 27; bame p. r. I. p. 216. 
bast, A. Sax. bsest Lyes diet., O.Icel. O.H. 

Germ, bast (spartum, philyra), bast: take 

a stalworpe bast and binde ml handes 

bihind me fast Ilalliw. diet. 148. 

basttre "tilia\ voc. 192. 
bastard, 0. Fr. bastard, bastard, prompt. 26. 
bastin, O.H. Germ, besten, baste, ^\mbsusre\ 

prompt. 26. 
bat, A. Sax. bat, O.Icel. batr, boat, linter: 

pene bat (bot) La-^ 23865; hot Trist. 1, 

33; s. s. ed. Wr. 3146; boot Wicl. John 

21; bate (dat.) Degrev. 919; bote Alis. 

3497; baten (dat. pi.) La\ 14746. 
bataile, O.Fr. bataille, battle, o. a. n. 1197; 

Chauc. I. g. w. 1627 . 
batildore, Fr. batadoir? battledore, nutlleus, 

voc. 269; batildoure prompt. 27. 
batren batter; batride, hatred (pret.) Langl. 

3, 192^ (198). 
batte, A. Sax. batt (?), Fr. batte, bat, ''fus- 

tis\ voc. 263; prompt.. 26; botte (dat.) 

a. r. 366; battes (pi.) Alis. 78; battis 

Wicl. Mat. 26; botten (battes) La^. 21593. 
battin bat, batuere, prompt. 26; battede (pret.) 

Langl. a 3, 192. 
ba|>, A. Sax. bsed, O.Icel. bad, O.H. Germ. 

bad, pad, bothy balnmrn^ Orm. 18044; r. 



38 



Bape 



beam 



s. V, 209; bed horn. 1, 35; a. r. 394; 
bep ayenb. 74; bade fdat.J Lay 2852 . 

Ba|)e^ A. Sax. Badan, O.JI.Germ. Badim, 
l^ath, misc. 145; Cham. C. t. a 445. 

bad'e^ O.Icel. badir, Goth, bajops, O.L.Germ. 
bethia, O.Fris. bede, O.H.Germ. beide, 
both, La-^. 27305; Kath. 1622; bape 
Orm. 250; Isumh. 400; bape, bepe Havel. 
1680 Sf 2543; bope c. I. 497; bope pe 
liabbep stefne brihte o. a. n. 1681; pe 
Opere bope were him agein Man. 610; 
bope two Mapes 336; Chauc. C. t. a 
1716; hi deyep bope tvo treat. 139; 
bode, beOde a. r. 10 ^ 162; bepe Alts. 
4847; badre fgen.J Kath. 1790; purh 
pejre bapre bisne Orm. 2794; boper 
^ Iw. 3556; baden fdat.J Marh. 21, 33; 
bopen Havel. 471; pi. cr. 224; bape 
Orm. 7636; hope Shoreh. 57; mid bode 
honden a. r. 338. 

batfie bather? a. r. 214. 

baS'ieii^ A. Sax. badiaii, O.Icel. bada, O.H. 
Germ, badon, hathe, La"^. 6657 ; r. s. V, 
210; bapen Mand. 88; bapep fpres.J 
ayenb. 167; bapede fpret.J Will 98; ba- 
thed (part. J Chauc. C. t. a 3. 

baiide bawd, ^^leno\ prompt. 27; Langl. a 
3, 42; Chauc. C. t. 6936. 
baudstrot "leno'\ voc. 217; Langl. a 3, 
42"". 

bauderik^ M.H.Germ. balderich, baldrick 
fbawdrichj, Gaw. 2486; bauderikis fpl.J 
Lidg. m. p. 8. 

baudi bawdy, Langl. b 5, 197; Chauc. C. 
t. 12563. 

baume see basme. 

bauson bawsin, meles, prompt. 27; baucines 
fpl.J Will. 2299. 

baw, Germ, ba, baw, Langl. b 11, 135. 

be see bi. 

beah, A.Sax.hes^'T^, beah, O.H.Germ. boug, 

0. Icel. baugr, from bujen, bracelet, col- 

. lor, '^farjmilla\ fragm. 2, 52; bee^ "^or- 

quem'\ Wicl. gen. 41; beh Lay 24520; 



beij IVist. 1, 25; b§y Halliw. diet. 17 1; 
beie, bije fdat.J I. h. r. 28 ^ 29; ba- 
3es fpl.J Ijay 7425; beges and ringes 
st. gen. 1390; beies horn. 1, 193; bee- 
ves, bies ^^armillas', Wicl.. exod. 25; 
beren be3es (bei3es, bi3es) ful bri3te a- 
bouten here nekkes Langl. b prol. 161; 
co7np. sweorbeah. 
beald^ A. Sax. beald, O.L.Germ. bald, 0. 
H. Germ, balder, Goth, balps, 0. Icel. 
ballr, bold, fortis, audax, fidens; bald La\ 
6342; Orm. 2185; Trist. 3, 47; Shoreh. 
123; Iw. 1402; bald, bold ayenb. 100, 
105 Sf 158; bold o. a. n. 405; an. lit, 
3; be thou bold it shal be bought m. 
Arth. 3483; held s. s. ed. Web. 2042; 
Alis. 5004; li b. disc. 2123; balde, M. 
ILGerm. balde, cito, mox, met. hom. 23 8f 
121; bealde fpl.J Shoreh. 100; alle his 
bigginges bolde Isumh. 78; baldore f corn- 
par. J Rob. 509; spec. 27 ; baldore, bol- 
dere Langl. 4, 94 fl07 J; baldest fsuperl.J 
Lay 26178; comp. unbald. 
boldhede audacia, o. a. n. 514; Man. 

13465. 
baldeliche, A. Sax. bealdlice, boldly, Lay 
24673; Kath. 719; a. r. 62; boldliche 
ayenb. 63; lok hou it is and tell me 
boldeli f quickly? J Chauc. C. t. a 3433. 
bealden^ A. Sax. bealdiau, O.H.Germ. bal- 
den, balden, animare, Kath. 1622; balden 
Lay 4385; pe brandes to balde Percev. 
792; bolde s. s. ed.- Wr. 1679; his har- 
te began to bolde Octav. 975; baldede 
fpret.J Lay 16327^'; (i) boldede hire 
hertes Langl. 1756; comp. unbalden. 
bealte, O.Fr. bealte, beauty, spec. 53; beau- 
te Will. 4534; beaute, beute Chauc. C. 
t. a 2385. 
beam^ A. Sax. beam, O.Fris. bam, O.L. 
Germ, bom, 0. H. Germ, baum, boum, Goth. 
bagms, 0. Icel. badmr, beam: al swa great 
swa a beam Lay 2848; beem '■^trabs, li- 
ciatorium, radius\ prompt. 30; Man. 103^ 



beamien 



bed 



39 



8; w. a. i. 39; bem a, p. 2, 603; be- 
mes fpl.J Mand. 131; Vhauc. h. duch. 
337; pe leome pa strehte we^t riht a 
seoven b^men wes idiht Z^^. 17887; 
comp. gleo-, sunnebeam. 

beamieii^ A. Sax. beamian, beam; beme "ra- 
dio \ prompt. 30. 

beaue^ A. Sax. bean, O.Icel. baun, O.II.Germ. 
^ bona, lean, faha; beene voc. 177; bene 
prompt. 30; Langl. h 3, 141^'; Wicl. Ez. 
4; al nas wurp a bene Rol. 497, 14; 
nOujt a bene worp Will. 4754; pis Ab- 
solon ne rOglite nat a bene of al his 
pleye Chaua. C. t. a 3772; bene fdat.J 
Mand. 158; benen fdat. pi. J pi. cr. 762. 
bencodde hean-cod, voc. 233. 

bcard^ A. Sax. beard, O.Fris. berd, 0. Butch 
bard, 0. H. Germ, bart, part, heard (lard), 
horn, i, 279; bffird (beord) i^^. 10753; 
beerd "harld\ prompt. 31; beerd, berd 
Wicl. 2 lings 19; berd Alis. 1597; Gow. 

2, 367; Chauc. C. t. a 332; Degrev. 
819; bi nidinges beard(e) (beorde) Lay 
1672; uppe nidinges baerde 10703. 
berdles heardless, dep. R. 22, 25. 

bearded hearded; berdid "harlatm\ prompt. 

32. 
bearni; A. Sax. bearm, 0. L. Germ. 0. II. 

Germ, barm, O.Icel. barmr, Goth, barms, 

from beren, hosom, lap; baerm La'i,. 30261; 

barm "gremium\ prompt. 25; Alis. 4203; 

barme fdat.J Horn ed. Lum. 706; a. p. 

3, 510; sleped i de deofles berme a. r. 
212. 

barmclop Chauc. C. t. a 3236. 
barmfel rel. ant. 1, 240. 
barmskin harm-shin, prompt. 25. 
bearu^ A. Sax. beam, O.Fris. bern, O.L. 
Germ. O.II.Germ. O.Icel. Goth, barn, 
from beren, lam fhairnj,. filius, a. r. 
38; beam, bsern, bern La-i,. 91, 298 Sf 
5024; bam Will. 9; Langl. 2, 3; Mire 
1688; Man. 310, 6; ant. Arth. XVIII, 
6; bern Havel. 571; spec. 81; p. I. s. 



XXIII, 22; Afn. a. Amil. 164; beam 
fpl.J La-i,. 5104; beam, bern hom. 1, 91 ^ 
225; b«rn, barnes Orm. 6808 Sf 8040; 
bearnen fdat. pi. J hom. 1, 241. 
bamteam lairn-team, h. m. 31; bernteam 
st. gen. 3748. 

beateu^ A. Sax. beatan, O.Icel. bauta, M. 
H.Germ. bo^en, leat, ferire, tundere, a. 
r. 184; Kath. 1183; beate, biete ayenl. 
156 ^ 236; beten and bouken Langl. I 
14, 19; bete Bek. 758; Man. 328, 7; 
hire sire and hire dame pretep hire to 
bete r. s. VII, 80; beated, bet fpres.J 
a. r. 184 8f 186; beot fpret.J a. r. 366; 
beet Wicl. genes. 12; Mand. 83; Launf. 
751; bet St. gen. 3958; Tor. 1365; bet 
a doun bur wes Will. 1073; beoten hom. 
1, 121; Jul. 26; beten Havel. 1876; 
Mand. 46; pe wawes beote him Brand. 
24; beete CUuc. C. t. a 4308; [bette 
Langl. I 10, 176; Wicl. numl. 22;] 
beote fsicbj.J a. r. 364; BeJc. 759; bseten 
fpart.J Orm. 8168; beten Gow. 3, 247; 
beten wip rede golde Beves 1159; beten 
wip besantus ant. Arth. XXIX, 4; a 
grip of golde richeli beton on pe molde 
Eglam. 1031; bete spec. 97; \\)^tHa/cel. 
1916;] comp. a-, 3e-, tobeaten; deriv. 
betel. 

beatunge leating, a. r. 366. 

beaiite see bealte. 

bee, Fr. bee, leak, rel. ant. 1, 210; Jbeke 
fdat.) a. p. 2, 487; bekes fpl.) Chauc. 
I. g. w. 148. 

beche, A. Sax. bece voc. 285, L. Germ, boke, 
0. H Germ, buocha, 0. Icel. beyki, leech, 
"fagus", voc. 181; prompt. 27; beches 
fpl.) ayenl. 23; Alls. 5242. 

beehen, A. Sax. becen, leechen, fageus, Chauc. 
C. t. 13088; in jone bechene wode d. 
AHh. 1713. 

b^enien see beknien. 

bed, A. Sax. bed, bedd, O.L. Germ. O.Fris, 
bed, O.Icel. bed, Goth, badi, 0. H.Germ. 



40 



bed 



bejen 



beti, peti, bed, lectus, Mand. 88; pet bed 

ayenb. 31; bedde fdatj Chauc. C. t. a 

3269; beddes fplj Brand. 6. 

bedel oth hed-cloth, prompt. 27 . 

bedfere IlaUiw. diet. 157. 

bediawir ^^cUmcus\ prompt. 28. 

bedrede, A. Sax. bedrida, bedreda, bedrid- 
den, ^^cJiniciis\ voc. 267; Chauc. C. t. 
7361; bedreden fplj Langl. 7, 101 
(8, 8d). 

bedstede bedstead, prompt. 28. 

bedstrau bed straw, fragm. 7, 8; bedstre 
Wicl. ps 6. 
bed see baed. 

bedde = ibedde o. a. n. 1500. 
beddien^ A. Sax. h^Mmw, O.II.Germ. betton, 

bed, in lecto collocare. Lay 6658; bedden 
, Orm. 2712; Havel 1235; Langl. b 2, 

97. 
beddings M. II. Germ, bettunge, bedding, ^^stra- 

mentmn\ fragm. 4, 3; beddinge Chauc. 

C. t. a 1616. 
bede, O.L.Germ. beda, O.Fris. bede, O.IL 

Germ, beta, bita, Goth, bida, from *biden 

(beden) bsed beden, bead, ^^oratio\ prompt 

28; Orm. 1156; st. gen. 1375; Havel. 

1385; Gow. 2,372; Am. a. Amil 2351; 

beden, beoden fpl.J Lay 19722 ^^ 31395; 

beodeii a. r. 140; bedes ayenb. 141 ; Will. 

3024; if i bidde any bedes Ijangl. b 5, 

407 ; bedis sphaerulae precatoriae, pi. cr. 

323; a peire of bedes Langl. b 15, 119; 

Chauc. C. t. a 159. 

bedehus, M.H.Germ. betehus, bead-house, 
misc. 39. 

bedeman, beodemon, M.H.Germ. beteman, 
beadsman, Langl. 3, 46 (47 ); beodemon 
a. r. 356. 
Bedeford^ A. Sax. Bedanford, Bedford, Bob. 

4, 1. 
bedel see budel. 
beden^ O.L.Germ. bedon, O.H.Germ. beton, 

pray: na man nalde sel bede beoden for 

heore saule Lay 25514; bede Octav. 910; 



ic . . . bidde 3up & bede Orm. 18337; 

bedes Havel. 2392; bede fpres. subj.J 

Langl. 8, 102 f9, 96 J; his bedes be- 

dand night and dey Halliw. diet. 156. 
beden see bsed. 
beden see beoden. 
bee, A. Sax. beo, O.H.Germ. bia, O.Icel. 

hf, bee, "apis", voc. 177; prompt. 27; bi' 

Lidg. m. p. 88; been fpl.J pi. cr. 727; 

a swarm of been Chauc. C. t. 10518; 

been, bees Wicl. deuter. 1. 
been see beon. 
beffen see baffen. 
beggen see buggen. 
beggin, from bagge ? beg, "mendicare\ prompt. 

28; beggen a. r. 356; begge Langl. b 

6, 195; Cham. C. t. a 4525; Isumb, 

150. 
beggere beggar, Hmii 1133; Chauc. C. t. a 

242; hit is beggares rihte vor te beren 

bagge on bac a. r. 168; beggeres (pi.) 

ayenb. 36; Langl. prol. 40. 
beggerie, beggarie beggary, Langl. b '^ , 88. 
beggestere mendicus, Chauc. C. t. a 242^. 
beggild mendicus; beggilde (gen.) a. r. 168^'. 
beggiiige begging: go}) on begginge Mand. 

207. 
be) see beah. 
be)e, M.H.Germ. (ge)bouge (pliant)? comp. 

leodebeie. 

beisum, Germ, beugsam? obedient, Kath. 
1805. 
be^en, A. Sax. begen, amho; beien (beie) 

Lay 2543; beye Bob. 47, 24 c^ 316, 

10; beie Beves 1212; baye Arth. a. Merl. 

1528; of hem be3en (for bam) Orm. 

15091; beire (gen.) Lay 5283; o. a. n. 

1584; Flor. a. Bl. 534; beyre Bob. 

197, 4; ba, A. Sax. ba, ambae, Kath. 

636; Orm. 373; his blod & his brain 

ba weoren todascte Lay 1469; mid chil- 

de heo weren ba twa 2399; bo p. s. 

157; Alis. 6763; s. s. ed. Web. 304; 

bo pin(e) eje o. a. n. 990; pat godes 



bd^eii 



beUe 



41 



hii were bo Roh. 229, 4; b(% boa a. r. 
60 ^' 212; boo Mire 3; of bem bo c. 
I. 1454; ill bo tp6 his honden a. r. 396. 

be^cn^ bu^eii, A. Six. began, b^gaii, O.Fris. 
beja, O.Icel. beygja, M.H.Germ. bougeii, 
from bugen, hay, JlecUre, indinare: he 
mot iiede beieii X^rv J 001; whan i ne 
mai his hurte so Ouye Beh. 1629; un- 
epe he ini^te bie fms. bye) his rug p. 
I 8. XVII, 167; beied f'pres.J a. r. 266; 
be beied a dun topard'pe his deorepur- 
(le heaved Jiom. 1, 203; ant bujep me 
to grounde rel. ant. 1, 122; beye /'suh- 
jund.) spec. SI; pat hit ne breke ne 
beie h. m. 16; pe hpil(e) pat ha buhde 
hire Kath. 2400; bide fms. byde) p. L 
s. XVII, 168; Scottes & Bruttes beiden 
to gaderes Za^. 6178; beighed f part. J 
AUs. 4373; comp. a-, 3ebe3en. 

be^endlieh^ A. Sax. (ge)begendlic, humhie: 
mid bttienliche worden Lay 4930. 

beie see beje. 

beil^ Dan. boiel, Germ. biigelV bail, ansa? 
w. a. i. 23. 

beiteii see baiten. 

bek, A. Sax. becc, O.Icel. bekkr, O.II.Germ. 
bach, heclc, "rivulus\ voc. 239; prompt. 29. 

beken, Fr. becquer, Ital. beccare, pech; be- 
keiT fpres.j a. r. 84; bekede fpret.J 102. 

bekeii leeh fheahj, fovere: to beike his boo- 
nes Fl(yr. 99; a softe bekinde bad horn. 
1, 269; bekeande Iw. 1469; i beked me 
testam. Cres. 36. 

bekkcii = beknien ? hedc, tiutare ; bekke fpres.j 
. Chauc. C. t. 13811 ; bekkes mir. pi. 193; 
bekked fpret.J Chauc. Troil. 2362. 

bekuc^ beekne, A. Sax. beacen, been, O.Z. 
Germ, bocan, O.II.Germ. pauchan, heacon, 
signum, ^^pharus\ prompt. 29; bekene 
Langl I 17 , 262. 

bekuien^ A. Sax. beacnian, becnan, O.L. 
Germ. bOcnian, O.II.Germ. pauhnen, hech- 
on, signijicare: pe unc becnien scu(len) 
... to drihtenes dome fragm. 7, 46; 



becnien La-^. 21938; becnen Orm. 223: 

beknin, bekin ^'nutare\ prompt. 29. 
bekiiiiige« A.Sax. beacnung, becnung, heckon- 

ing, ^^nutus", prompt. 29. 
belli see beald. 
belile^ A.Sax. byldo, O.II.Germ. baldi, from 

beald, courage, strength, Flor. 762; Oaw. 

660; m, h. '37; Percev. 1412; bi a chil- 

de of litil beWe overcumen i am in mln 

elde Ilalliw. diet. 161. 
belflcu^ A.Sax. byldan, O.L. Germ, beldian, 

encourage, comfort; to beiden & to frofren 

Orm. 662; belde lai le fr. 231; beldest 

fpres.j c. I. 348; belded a. r. 162; bil- 

de fimper.J Eglam. 3; balde 'fpret.J Jul. 

8; beiden La-^. 8636; comp. abelden. 
behlcu ^ee bulden. 
beljen, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. II. Germ, bel- 

gan, O.Icel. belga(?) part, bolginn, helly, 

turner e. irasci; baelh fpret.J Lay 16839; 

bol^hen f part. J Orm. 7146; comp. a-, 

anbel3en. 
bell, A.Sax. belg, bylg, O.Icel. belgr, 0. 

II. Germ, balg, Goth, balgs, from beiden, 

belly f bally J, bellow, venter, pr. e. 679; 

bely, below "/o//vV', voc. 171 §■ 180; 

bely, belu IVid. Jer. 6; bely ''venter\ 

below "follis'\ prompt. 30; baii veneer, r. 

s. V, 83; baly pi. cr. 763; m. t. 200; 

belies fpl.J a. r. 284; belyes Isumh. 

412; belies, balies Langl. prol. 41; a 

peir belwis w. a. i. 23; bulies Brand. 22. 
belken, A.Sax. bealcian? hdch fbelkj; belke 

Town. myst. 314; ha]) h.^lkid out "eruc- 

tavif, Wid. ps. 44. ' 
belle, A.Sax. 0. Butch belle, bell, "campc- 

na\ prompt. 30; Lay 29441; Langl. h 

prol. 166; bellen fpl.J fragm. 7, 43; 

Bob. 609. 14; belles Orm. 901; Hand. 

243. 

belledr^m Orm. 922. 

belle^cter prompt. 30. 
belle mantle? an. lit. 12; ant. Arth. XXIX, 

3. 

6 



42 



bellen 



beoden 



liclleii^ A. Sax. bellan, 0. JL Germ, bellen 
flatrarej, O.Icel. bella fimpingerej, hell; 
bellin ^^mugire\ prompt. 30; as loude as 
belle}) wind Chaiic. h. f. 1803; belling 
as a bole Will. 1891; bollen ''mJlaU', 
Wicl. 1 Cor. O; bollen hertes Chauc. 
compl. hi. hi. 101 ; a bleddre ibollen ful 
of pinde a. r. 282; comp. tobellen; de- 
riv. belle, bolle? 

licit, A. Sax. belt, O.Icel. belti, O.II.Germ. 
balz, leitj ^'zona\ voc. 231; Iw. 233; 
belte i^da.J Chauc. C. t. a 302,9. 

bclwen, O.Icel. belja, A. Sax. bylgan? iel- 
Icw, mugire; belwe Gow. 2, 72; I. h. r. 
146; con . . . pat v.'olde belwe after 
boles Langl. h 11, 333. 

liciii see beam. 

beiiiarc, A. Sax. bymere, Hubice7i\ fragm. 
2, 38; a. r. 210. 

bemc, A. Sax. beme, bj^me, trompet, Mapes 
348; pr. c. 4077; bemen fpl.J a. r. 210; 
bemen (bemes, bunies) La^. 4462, 6107 
^ 6874; bemes Will. 1164; L T. 400; 
Isumh. 420'i bemene fgen. pi. J Za"^. 10026. 

bemeii, A. Sax. bymian, sound the tronipet, 
a. r. 210. 

ben see bain and beon. 

beuche, A.S-jx. bene, O.L.Gerni. O.Fris. 
benlv, 0. Icel. bekkr, lench fhenhj, '■'■scam- 
num\ prompt. 30; p. I. s. XXXV^ 11 ; 
Langl. 4, 32 (46); Arth. a. Jlerl. 2326; 
benche (dat.J Orm. 14087; rel. ant. 1, 
187; benke Man. 68, 17; benche (pi.) 
Lay 24872; comp. sidebenciie. 

bciiii, A.Sf'-x. O.Fris. bend, ho d, vinculum, 
^''vitta', VGC. 107; Gciv. 3, 11; Chanc. c. 
I. 810; IV. a. i. 36; nenne bend ayenh. 
48; mid {iene bende of gokle ^Ic bafde 
his bjefd bivonge La^. 24747; bendes 
(pi.) p. I. s. VIII, 06; a. r. 382; ben- 
den (dat. pi.) La\ 687 ; in feteres and 
in opre bende Beh. 16; fram deapes 
harde bende Shoreh. 124. 

bendel, O.Fr. bendel, O.Icel. bendill, O.H. 



Germ, bendel, fascia, Itich. 2064; bendeles 
Man. 10043. 

beiKlcii, A. Sax. bendan, hend, flecttre, ten- 
dere; bende Octav. Ib20; bende ^^.endo\ 
prompt. 30; bende (pret.) Fior. 869; 
Ucw. 1, 234; Fglam. 204; bende (h)is 
bowe lUh. 16, 16; ibent (p.irt.) c. L 
743; (y^nh. 174. 

bene, A.i>ax. ben, O.Le\ boen (bten), heen 
(hmc), pirjcatio, horn. I, 67 ; Orm. 1469; 
st. gen. 2611; Horn ed. Lum. 608; 
i'liorch. 47; (y-jiih. 00; sp.c. 68; rel. ant. 
1, H3; see bone. 

bene, O.Icel. b:Bna? gr xioas? a. p. 3, 418. 

bene see beane. 

beueisuu, O.lr. beneison, hmodidion, Havel. 
172o; benesoun Chuuc. r. t. 9239. 

bciiigiic, Fr. benin, leniga, Chauc. C. t. a 
618. 

bciit, L. Germ, bend (pratum) ? lent, campus^ 
Gaio. 263; over ])e brdde bent Degrev. 
200; bente (dat.) Jcs 4it0; Chauc. C. t. 
a 1081; opon pe bente bare ant. Arth, 
XLIV, 4; 1 walk on his bent I'oivn. 
my St. 101; bentes (pi.) Flor. 1040. 

bent, O.II.Germ. hinnz, hent, ^^gramen', voc. 
101; a. p. 3, 302. 

bcoileii, A. Sax. beodan, O.L.Cerm. biodan, 
O.Fris. biada, bieda, Goth, biudan, 0. 
Icel. bioda, O.II.Germ. biutan, biotan, 
bieten, off or, command, Kath. 1480; a. 
r. 114; and lette beoden alle pa bOcares 
La-). 32124; boode spec. 42; min erande 
for to beode JJek. 1408; bedin "off'erre\ 
prompt. 28; bode Havel. 1666; Man. 
11774; Gaw. 374; Min. 10; and wolde 
him bataii bode Triam. 072; bede (pres.) 
avow. Arth. XIX, 12; beoded, boot a. 
r. 194 Sf 208; al pat te godspel Beo- 
dep (ms. beodde])p) Orm. 4017; bodep 
16746; ])ilk h{;nour ])at ye me bede 
Chauc. C. t. 6236; bead (pret.) a. r. 
230; bead, bed st. gen. 900 Sf 1069; 
biad ayenh. 41; bsed (bead) La-^. 18821; 



beon 



bere 



43 



\)M Orm. 11799; bed Rol. 106, 8: 
chron. Engl. 122; Trist. 3, 28; ant. 
Arth. L, 8; budeii here ferde La-),. 5146; 
bodeii Hick. thes. 1, 22 o; Am. a. Amil. 
896; pai boden hem landes brade Trist. 3, 
31; he boden him bringen tit . . . do men 
st. gen. 1067; bude fsuhj.J horn. 1, 13; 
boden (part. J Chauc. I. g. w. 366; haved 
hem boden gOdun dai st. gen. 1430; 
were boden (for beden) to pe bridale 
Langl. h 2, o4 ; bodin Lidg. m. p. 268; 
bode Ooiv. 1, 12; comp. a-, for-, 3ebeo- 
den; deriv. bod, bode, budel. 
beon, A. Sax. beon, Lat. fu-i, Gr. cp'j-co, 
Sansc. ^- Bopps gloss. 248, be, Kath. 
88; pe seal beon pe bet Z»3. 701; beon 
iseien videri, a. r. 94; beon, bon horn. 
1, o Sf 169; 0. a. n. 262 Sf 1346; beon, 
ben Orm. 21 Sf 10266; beon, beo Beh 
106 Sf 107 ; been prompt. 30; ben Man. 
24; bien horn. 1, 219; misc. 26; buen 
spec. 26; h. h. 67; hee Eglam. 366; lat 
pi sorwe be Havel. 1266; let pe somp- 
nour be Chauc. C. t. 687 1 ; bi (ms. by) 
Shoreh. 128; ayenl. 6; s. s. ed. Wr. 
536; bue rel. ant. 1, 110; hoe 2, 244; 
t6 beonne horn. 1, 193; beon, beo, A. 
Sax. beom, O.L.Germ. bium, O.H.Germ. 
bira, bin, fpres.J La^. 3946 ^ 9843; 
bute ich habbe pine help ne beo ich 
never blide liom. 1, 197; be 2, 17; 
beost, bist La\ 3053 ^ 9837; bist spec. 
72; best Orm. 2456; s. s. ed. Wei. 
1663; bes rel. ant. 1, 181; pou bes 
{shalt lej honged Begrev. 839; bid r. s. 
V, 66; ase softe as he is her ase herd 
he bid (will he J per a. r. 304; beop, 
bep Orm. 167 Sf2683; beth, he^ Havel. 
1261 Sf 2007; (we, 30, heo) beod a. r. 
8; beop proclam. 2; Alts. 20; beop, bop 

0. a. n. 461 Sf 1227; biep Hich. thes. 

1, 222; ayenh. 1; bep Rob. 7, 1; trans- 
act. 19, 320; pi. cr. 254; beod, beon 
Kath. 493 Sf 505; beop, beth, ben Langl 



1, 6 Sf 3, 27 f28j; beth, been Chauc. 
C. t. a 178; bup, ben Will. 946 Sf 
4447; ben Gow. 2, 370; Hand. 3; Wicl. 
John 8; beod fimper.J Lay 19172; beth 
Will. 3797; bes Havel. 2246; beo fmbj.J 
Lay 4; 0. a. n. 1226; heo beon a. r, 
8; 0. a. n. 1221; beon, ben (part.) Orm, 
2311 S^^ 8399; ben Langl. h 11, 236; 
bien Man. 34, 9; bin Tor. 369; ibeon 
(beon) Lay 80 26; ibeon, iben p. I. s, 
VIII, 2; ibien Hick. thes. 1, 222; ibeo 
Brand. 4; ibee Rich. 6138. 

beor, A. Sax. beor, O.Fris. biar, bier, 0. 
H.Gcrm. bier n., O.Icel. biorr m., beer^ 
cerevisia, Horn 1108; beor, bor 0. a. n. 
1011; ber Gaw. 129; beore fdat.J Lay 
13642. 

beore see bere. 

bcor^ see ber3. 

beorkeii, A. Sax. beorcan, ba^Ic; berkin "/<?- 
trare\ prompt. 32; berke ayenh. 179; 
Will. 36; berkest fpres.) a. r. 122; 
beorked Lay 2304fJ; berketh Zidg. m. p. 
29; bark (pretj Gow. 1, 221; borken 
k. T. 400; burke chron. Vilod. 26; comp. 
beberken. 

beorii, bern, A. Sax. beorn, man, L'ly 7645 
Sf 8083; pii lij)ere bern p. I. s. XX, 
67; beurn, bern Alis. ed. Sk. 9 Sf 219; 
biurn avow. Arth. XLV, 3 ; buirn, oiirn 
Langl. b 11, 363; burn Will. 332; birn 
ant. Arth. Ill, 3; biernes, bernes, bur- 
nes fpl.J Langl. 3, 266 (266); bernes 
m. h. 39; bernus Degrcv. 600; bernis 
(printed berins) Isumh. 464; burnes Gaw. 
269. 

beoriieii see brinnen. 

beot, A. Sax. beot, promise, threat. Lay 
16338; comp. ibeot. 

beotien, A. Sax. beotian, threaten; beoteden 
(pret.) Lay 20621. 

beoHste see biwiste. 

berd see beard and brerd. 

bere, A. Sax. bera, 0. H. Germ, bero, leary 



44 



bere 



ber^en 



'^uri>us\ prompt. 32; ayetih. 15; Havel. 
673; Langl. h 16, 294; Chauc. C. t. a 
If) 40; Mand. 291; beore La^. 26690; 
(I. r. 198; AUs. 1821; beore, bore o. a. 
'n. 1021. 

berefel Will 2430. 
beresldn IViU. 1736. 
berev/ard prompt. 32. 

ber<*, A. Sax. bere (?), 0. Ice/, barr, cmp. 

Goth, barizeins (xpt&ivo?), bear, hordeum, 

toe. 264; ayenh. 141; comp. polbere. 

bern, A. Sax. berern, bern, ham (hern J, 

^^horreum\ Wid. deuter. 28; bern, berne 

Langl h 19, 340; berne Orm. 10487; 

berne fdat.J o. a. n. 607 ; Gow. 1, 162; 

Chauc. C. t. a 3268; bernes fplj 

ayenh. 30. 

btTe, L. Germ, biire ? hear fhierj, toral, Chauc. 
h. duch. 264; camp, pilwebere. 

bere, A. Sax. (g-e)b£ere, O.Fris. bere, O.L. 
Germ, (gi)bari, 0. 11: Germ, (ge)bare fges- 
tus, JiahitusJ, clamour, cry, noise, h. m. 
31; Iloh. 208, 13; Alis. 660; Mire 276; 
const, mas. 623; who makis sicli a bere 
Town myst 109; bere fdat.J Kath. 2370; 
Will 43; ant. Arth. X, 8; and parni 
men mid mine oere o. a. n. 926; comp. 
ibere. 

bere, A. Sax. (leoht-, paestmjb&re, ferens: 
cliildre bere st. gen. 1466; comp._ seren- 
de-, lilitbere. 

bere see bsere and bare. 

bereii, A. Sax. beran, beoran Greins gloss., 
beara Bout. ev. gloss., O.L. Germ, beran, 
O.Il.Germ. beran, peran, O.Fris. O.Icel 
bera, Goth, bairan, Lat. ferre, Gr. cpsps'.v, 
hear, ferre, par ere, a. r. 230 ; m. t. 88 ; 
beren child Orm. 2031; beoren Iiath. 
2491 ; bueren rel ant. 1, 267; bere Per- 
cev. 190; bere fals witnesse Jjungl h 2, 
80; beore Alis. 771; biiere spec. 104; 
bered, berep (pres.) o. a. n. 1372; bere 
fsuhj.J st. gen. 3613; beoren a. r. 382; 
berinde (part. J ayenh. 96; berande AUs. 



6109; baer, ber, bear, bar fpret.J Lay 
1180, 1626, 12279 aj- 14771; ber a. r. 
368; p. 8. 248; bar Orm. 12616; st. 
gen. 338 ; Ilavel. 667 ; Brand. 20; Chauc. 
C. t. a 106; EgJam. 340; })at bar pat 
blisful barn I^ngl 2, 3; pu bere misc. 
38; bere, beere Langl 3, 189 (196); 
(pe3) bseren Orm. 7676; beren ludh. 
2496; hue beren huem so swipe heje 
spec. 106; beeren Mand. 172; til pel 
bere (beere) leves Jjangl h 6, 139; boren 
St. gen. 684; beere fsuhj.J Orm. 2029; 
bere Beh. 193; bere (biere) Lay 2613; 
boren fpart.J Orm. 161; h. h. 196: Ha- 
vel 1878; e. s. ed. Wr. 73; born Mand. 
274; Chauc. C. t. a 978; bore ayenh, 
221; comp. a-, set-, for-, i-, upberen; 
deriv. beere, bearm, berme, bnrde, bur- 
clene. 

beren, A. Sax. (ge)b£eran, O.L. Germ, (gi)- 
barian, 0. Hatch baren, beren fgestire, 
clamarej, make a noise, cry; bere ILalliw. 
diet. 166; m. t. 99; comp. iberen. 

bererc hearer, Mand. 83. 

berfrai, O.Fr. berfroi, helfry, a. p. 2, 1187. 

ber^, A.Sax.h^OY^, O.L. Germ. O.Fris. herg, 
0. 11. Germ, berg, perg, 0. Icel biarg, 
from berjen, harrciv fharghj, mons, Gaw. 
2172; beoruh fragm. 3, 60; berghe, ber- 
we fdat.J Langl 6, 689 f6, 70j; ber- 
ges fplj rel ant. 1, 222; beor3en fdat. 
plj Lay 20864. 

ber^, A. Sax. (ge)beorg, O.Icel biorg, pro- 
tection, shelter: din berg and tin werger 
ic ham fr. am) st. gen. 926; comp. hals- 
bers- 

? berwham, beruham hargham fbarihamj, 
helcium, prompt. 33; berliom vac. 278. 

ber^e shelter? comp. herber3e. 

ber^eu, A. Sax. beorgan, O.L. Germ. O.H, 
Germ, bergan, O.Icel biarga, Goth, bair- 
gan, preserve, save; bergen rel ant. 1, 
208; berjhen Orm. 1669; ber3e ayenh. 
197 ; berwen . . . lire lives Ilavel 697 ; 



berhles 



b^tel 



45 



barh fpret.J Orm. 14072; and barg (!e 
child fro de dead st. gen. ISoO; bargh 
rel. ant. 1, 22; barw Havel. 2022; bor- 
3hen (part. J Orm. 3248; borgen, bor- 
weu d. gen. 886 6^- 1 102; comp. bi-, 36- 
ber5en; deriv. berj, bor?, bur3. 

berhles mhation, Orm. 51 16. 

bcrie, A. Sax. berige, 0. Butch berc, besie 
/., 0. II. Germ, beri, O.Icel ber, Goth. 
basi w., herry, bacca: as broiin as is a 
berie (berye) Chauc. C. t. a 207; berien 
{pi. J a. r. 276; beries d. gen. 2062; 
beryCis Mand. 168; comp. blac-, straw-, 
winberie. 

berien^ A. Sax. beriaii ('?), O.Icel. berja, 0. 
II. Germ, perieu, Z^^. ferire, herry, strike, 
a. r. 188^; as hit on ehe berett Kath. 
1066; wij) a spere pat Arcita me purgh 
pe berte bere CJiauc. C. f. a 2266; bi 
pe berid weye ^'per tritam mam\ WicJ. 
numh. 20. 

beringc bearing, ayenh. 269; bering d. gen. 
2178. 

Bcrkcleye Berkeley, Iloh. 43U, 9. 

berkcn see beorken. 

bciiing young bear, dep. li. 18, 4. 

berni see bearm. 

berme, A. Sax. beorme ffor bearme), 0. 
Dutch berme, barme, barm fbcrmj, spu- 
ma cerevisiae, voc. 268; prompt. 32; Orm. 
9U/; r. s. VII, 38; Chauc. C. t. 12741; 
l. c. c. 39. 

bcni see beam and beorn. 

beni, borne see under bere. 

berncii see brennen. 

berstcii see bresten. 

bertcii bert, sudare? i bert in bedde rel. 
ant. 2, 211. 

berwc, A. Sax. beam fnenius, lucusj? "tc?n- 
braculuni\ prompt. 33. 

beryl, Gr. pyjpoXXoc, beryl, spec. 26; a. p. 
1, 1010. 

besant, O.Fr. besant, Byzantine coin; be- 
sauni Chauc. r. r. 1106; besaunt "mi- 



nant\ iVicl. Ez. 46; be3sanz (pi.) Orm. 
8102; besans Alis. 1672. 

best see bnsi. 

besme, A. Sax. besma, 0. II. Germ, besemo, 
besom, ^^tcopae\ prompt. 33; If Id. Is. 
14; besme (dat.J ayenb. 172, besmen 
(dat. pi. J Marh. 6, 20. 

best, O.Fr. beste, Lat. bestia, beast, a. r. 
48; 0. a. n. 99; Brand. 31; beast ^ath. 
2067. 
bestlich beasti'y, a. r. 68. 

bestiiige, ^.*S'<7^. basting, from A.Sax. beost, 
0. II. Germ, biost (colostrum), beasting, "co- 
lostruni\ prompt. 33. 

bet, A.Sax. O.Fris. O.Icel. bet, O.L.Germ. 
bet, bat, 0. II. Germ, baz, (compar.J bet, 
melius, a. r. 416; Orm. 4660; st. gen. 
2366; Octov. 1191; Chauc. C. t. a 242; 
IIcccl. I, 17 8; me luste bet 0. a. n. 39; 
as wel or bet Will. 172; ])e het Langl. 
12738; to love pat lond pe bet Hob. 
107, 9; betere, A. Sex, betera, betra, 0. 
Icel. betri, Goth, batiza, 0. II. Germ, be- 
ziro, better, melior, a. r. 310; betere is 
melius est, La"^. 6343; spec. 28; betere, 
beter 0. a. n. 713; betre chron. Engl. 
382; betre hit is horn. 1, 49; bettere, 
bettre, better Lnngl. 4, 80(93); bettre, 
better Chauc. C. t. a 266; beter k. T. 
320; best, A. Sax. betst, 0. Icel. bezt, 
(superlat.) best, optime, a. r. 6; god lo- 
ved he best Chaiw. ('. t. a 633; betste, 
A.Sax. betsta, Goth, batista, O.H.Germ. 
bezesto, best, optimus, Orm. 2948; beste 
Bek. 1447; pe beste mon a. r. 332. 

betas, O.Icel. beitiass, whip-staff? Man. 
12088. 

bete, A. Sax. bete, Lat. beta, beet, voc. 190. 

betel, A.Sax. betel, b^tel, M. II. Germ, bo- 
i^el, from beaten, beetle, malleus, IlalUw. 
diet. 169; betil prompt. 34; bitil voc. 
180; 30 schulen iseon bunsen ham mit 
tes deofles betles (ms. Cott. Cleop. C, 
VI, fol. 78, and Tit. B. XVIII, fol. 



46 



betel 



bi 



49 betles, ^''ero A. XIV, foL 48 bett- 

les) a. r. 188. 
betel see bitel. 
beteu^ A. Sax. betaii, bceta JJoiit. ev. //loss., 

O.Fris. beta, O.L Germ. Goth, botjan, 

0. 11. Germ, puozen, from bote, heet f bete J, 

emendore, repay are, La'^. 18oil7 ^ 26977 ; 

a. r. 92; Orm. 4440; lioh. 291, 14; s. 

s. ed. Web. 2 J 23; beten alle opre bru- 

chen Kath. 1406; bete Amad. ed. Hobs. 

IV, 9; bete his nede AUs. 5066; ret. 

ant. 2, 278; oure serewes to bete spec. 

89; to bete pe sunnes h. h. 229; bete 

(beete) his hunger Langl. 6, 239 f7, 

224 J; fires bete Chauc. C. t. a 2233; 

nettes bete 3927; bette (pret.) Kath. 

1210; ah ever me pat fur bette X^^. 

2862; pat her bales bette li b. disc. 

2088; greet fuir pey under betten Chauc. 

C. t. 12446; bet /"partj spec. 30; bett 

Iswnb. 764; a brighte fir wel bett Fer- 

cev. 439; comp. ibeten. 
beten see beaten. 
betere see bet. 
be|) see bap, 
bejie see bade. 

becTeii, O.lcel. beicla, prai/, st. gen. 2498. 
bever^ A. Sax. beofer, 0. II. Germ, biber, 

piber, O.lcel. bior, Lat. fiber, beaver, p. 

I. s. VIII, 182; pi. cr. 293. 

beverhat Chauc. C. t. a 272. 

beverh(e)wed Cxaw. 843. 

Beoferlai Beverley, fragm. 3, 19; Bever- 
lei misc. 146. 
beyerage^ O.Fr. bevrage, beverage, Rob. 26, 

18; Gaw. 1112. 
beveren^ M. II. Germ, biberin, Lat. fibrinus ? 

his beveren herd ant. Arth. XXVIII, 

6; beverine lokkes d. Arth. 3630; cmp. 

beverhewed. 
beyereii, L.Germ. bevern, bever, tremere: 

mani knightes shoke and bevered m. 

d'Arth. 1, 13. 
bi, A. Sax. 0. L.Germ. O.H.Germ. bi, be, 



Goth, bi, by (be J; whan a man is an 
urpe ded and his soule bi god treat. 
134; pe qvene pat bi fms. by) j)e stod 
spec. 70; stod hem bi Orm. 3340; bi 
pone toppe he hine nom Lai,. 684; bl 
pare see o. a. n. 1734; pe puned bi 
pesten Jiath. 391; bi eche side Brand. 
22; bi daie o a. n. 241; bi ni^te Bek. 
39; bi mine qvike live Lay 677; seid 
uvel bi an Oder a. r. 86; al spa hit is 
bi mine songe o. a. n. 1373; noht ne 
ma3 pe man bi brsed al ane libben Or^n. 
11344; sende liit bi his sonde Lai,. 
3131; and dude al bi his rede Beh. 
169; his doghter hadde a bed al bi Mr 
selve riglit in pe same chambre bi and 
bl Chauc. C. t. a 4142; be pe welle 
Octav. 327; pe castel be pe see Tor. 
87 1 ; be midday Aud. 73; zverep . . . 
be god oper bi his hal3en ayenb. 6; be 
us foure ])is i telle c. I. 493. 
biaeften, bseften, A. Sax. beaeftan, baft, 

post, Lai,. 7370 Sf 8680; bieften ho7n. 

1, 39; he let biaften de more del st. 

gen. 3377; baften Orm. 14688; baften, 

baft ps. 77 , 66. 
biber3en ward off: & pene scute biberh 

Lai,. 1461. 
beberken ^rjtr^- at: pe felle dogge pet bit 

and beberkp alle J)o pet he may ayenb. 

66. 
bibleden, Germ, bebluten, cover with blood; 

bibled (part) a. r. 118'^; bebled Mire 

1934; pe ground . . . bibled was mid 

his blode- Shoreh. 87 . 
bibl6de3ien, for 3eblode3ien? bloody, cru- 

entare; biblodege fimper.J a. r. 292. 
beblotten blot, Chauc. Troll. 2119. 
bibode, A. Sax. bibod, command, hom. i, 

123; bibode fdat.J p. I. s. VIII, 131. 
bibu3en avoid, flee; bibjeh fpret.J Lay 

8193; heo hine bibu3en 12232; bibo- 

3en f part. J 10369. 
biburien bu/ry, Lay 10436; a. r. 216: 



bi- 



br- 



47 



biburiede fpret) Kath. 2221; bibur- 
3eden Z«3. 16071; b'ebered (part. J 
ayenh. 263. 

bieachen catch, deceive, horn. 2, 3C); bi- 
kache rel. ant. 1, 183; bikaht (part. J 
Orm. 11621; bicaught ..///*■. 481o ; be- 
ca3t ayenb. 54. 

bicailen hccall, chaJJenge, accm-e; bicalle 
f pros. J a. p. 1, Ui2; becalle Iw. 4di; 
ant. Arth. XXXI 1, 7; bicalled d. gen. 
2314. 

bicasten c st around, cover: bicaste wij3 
bolehuden Brand, d. 

biclarten leclort: pat spatel pat spa bi- 
claited ti leor Iwin. 1, 279. 

bicleopien appeal, accme, a. r. 344; misc. 
61 ; biclepiean, biclupien p. L s. VIII, 
54; pat he scholde fram pulke curt 
biclipie to ])e Iduge Bck. 606; we be- 
clepep pe dom c. I. 498; bic](e)oped, 
bicleped (part.) o. a. n. 550; a preost 
. . . pat of mansla3t was bicliped Beh. 
365. 

bicluppen embrace, a. r. 90; beclippe Goto. 
2, 95; Mand. 52; biclippep ''compJccti- 
mint\ Wicl. ps. 47; biclupte (pret.) 
La\ 26776; beclepte ayenb. 240. 

biclusen inclose; biclosi Hob. 558, 3; bi- 
clasde (pret.) Lay 18614; biclused 
(part.) j'ragm. 7 , 27; a. r. 37 8; ti- 
cluset KatJi. 598. 

biclfiten clout; biclute (pres. impcr.) a. 
r. 316. 

biciiawen acknowledge, recognise; bilvnowen 
Rich. 4476; Langl b proJ.' 204; s. s. 
ed. Web. 2689; Gow. 1, 62; belvnawe, 
biknawe ayenb. 123 ^" 132; biknowe 
Chauc. C. t. a 1558; biknowe (pres.) 
Gaw. 2385; yif i beknovve ml name 
Atn. a. Amil. 1279; beknevv (pret.) Chauc. 
L g. w. 1056; biknewe Langl. b 19, 
145; biknawe (part.) Arth. a. Merl. 425. 

bicolmen blacken with soot; bicolmede 
(pret.) Hwn ed. Lum. 1064. 



bicraven crave, st. gen. 1388. 
bicume ? 

bicumelTc, M. II. Germ. bekomenlTch ? be- 
comingly, horn. 1, 129; bicumeliche 
rel. ant. 1, 131. 
biciimen become, advenire, evenire, conve- 
nire, a. r. 64; pat icb wulle bicumen. 
(bicome) pin mon Lwi,. 8482; biceme 
Bek. 40; so hit bicume p to havekes 
cunne o. a. n. 2T 1; bicam (pret ) Langl. 
b 5, 493; it so bicam st. gen. 2007 ; 
becam Mand. 231; per wiste non wher 
he becam Cow. 2, 120; bicom Kath, 
1563; h. h. 48; hit bicom me purse 
a. r. 316; po hit bicom pat he ha3te 
0. a. n. 105; bicomen Havel. 2257; 
bicumen (part.) a. r. 340; michel ser- 
ge is me bicumen st. gen. 2227; bi- 
come Wiil. 222. 

bicwepen bequeath; beqwethin ^^legare\ 
prompt. 31; biqved (bicwap) (pret.) 
Lay 9190; biqvap Gam. 99; beqvepen 
(part.) pi. cr. 409. 

biqvide legacy, Bob. 381, 9; ^beqTide 
ayenb. 112. 

bicharmen charm; becharmel) (pres.) ayenb. 
257. 

bicherren deceive, a. r. 368; bicharren 
(bicheorre) Lay 969 &r 5355; bicherre 
misc. 46; pu biclierrest Lay 3837; bi- 
cherde (pret.) Kath. 1188; bicherd 
(part.) a. r. 224. 

bichirmen scream at: hi me bichirmep 
and bigredep o. a. n. 279. 

bid^elen deprive; bid^led (part.) Orm, 
4677; witte bidseled Lar^. 10283; bi- 
delid rel. ant. 1, 185. 

bidaff^n daff, ivfatuare: bep nought bi- 
daffed Chauc. C. t. 9067. 

bidaggen splash; bidagged (part.) AUs, 
5485. 

bideawen bedew; bedeawep (pres.) ayenb, 
95. 

bidelven infodere; bidelve rel. ant. 1, 



48 



bi- 



bi- 



116; Artk. a. M&rl. 1026; bidolven 

{part; Chauc. Boet. 4348; bedolve WIU. 

5252. 
bidene, for bl ene ? together, Orm. 4703; 

Havel. 730; p. s. '342; Mire 1870; 

Mm. 15; Man. 45, 26; hit falewep al 

bidene spec. 61; bedene Eglam. 1128; 

ant. Arth. XXI J', 6; mir. pi. 117. 
bididren, A. Sax. bedydrian, delude, Orm. 

15301; J)e defol hafde horn al bididred 

& forbleiided 10138. 
bidon, M.ll.derrii. betuon. vovcamre, a. 

r. 130. 
bidrableii, L.Germ. bedrabbeln, drahbh; 

bedrabilid [part. J prompt. 28; bidrave- 

led Langl. b 5, 104. 
bidriven drive about; we beod . . . mid 

wedere bidriveno La^. 6206. 
bedroppcii bedrop, Gow. 3, 254; bidrop- 

ped (part.) Langl. b 13, 321. 
bidutten shut up: tlser ])u bist feste bi- 

dytt gr. 27. 
bidwelien lead astray, confound: heo bi- 

d]>eolied simple men a. r. 128; as be 

bidpeoled pere Kath. 1258. 
bieode went around, La^. 1188; bi3ede 

Shoreh. 145; bieoden Kath. 1614. 
bifalden infold, envelop; bivealde, beveal- 

de (part.) ayenb. 8 c^^ 188; bifolde lai 

le fr. 172. ' 
bifallen befall, accidere, c. I. 203; bifalle 

Havel. 2081; Will. 547 ; \)i\i\l\Qdi fpres.J 

a. r. 206; bifel (pret.) st. g&)i. 063; 

Langl. prol. 6; bit biful Beh. 210; bi- 
fallen (part.) horn. J, 281; bevalle 

ayenb. 40. 
bifangen take about: Brutus bifeng al pat 

him biforen wes Lay 820; mid gene 

bende of golde f%lc hafde his hsefd bi- 

vonge 24748. 
bifellen, A Sax. befyllan, fell, caedere; 

biveoUen f? ms. biveolen) Lay 27060. 
bifeolen commit: helle pe ye peren in 

bifolen horn. 1, 123. 



bifiuden find; bivond (pret.) Rob. 267 , 
22; bifunden (part.) Orm. 748. 

biflean flay; bevlaje ayenb. 73. 

bifleden, Germ, befliiten, flood: p& sife 
bine bifledde La-^. 25738. 

biflepn flee, fug ere, euitare; biflien horn. 

1, 160; biJiuen p. I. s. VIII, 77; be- 
vli aye7ib. 0; bevli^j) (pres.) ayenb. 73; 
bitle (subj.) Shoreh. 36; bevlo^e (pret.) 
ayenh. 77. 

bifon comprise, encompass: pe loverd pet 

al pe porld ne muhte nout bivOu a. r. 

76; mid deofle bivon hom. 1, 0. 
biforen before, Orm. 117; proclam. 5; 

spec. 24; biforen (bifore) & bihinden 

Lay 430; biforen pon Icinge 8820; bi- 

voren a. r. 100; beforn Havel. 1022; 

Mand. 225; Amad. ed. Robs. XXVIII, 

11. 
bifulen befoul, pollute, a. r. 128; bevelp 

(pres.) ayenh. 178. 
bigabben deceive: i nam no^t bigabbed 

Rob. 458. 15. 
bigalen enchant: heo bigolen j)at chilu 

mid galdere swide stronge Z.'?). 10256. 
bigalwen frighten? pat hors was swift 

as ani swalwe no man might J)at hors 

begalwe Ell. rom. 2, 171. 
bigan bego, compass: al ])at pe s« bi- 

gsed Lay 11200; wo pe bigo rel. ant. 

2, 273; mid golde bigon Lay 24508; 
pe erpe it is which ever mo wip man- 
nes labour is bego Goiv. 1, 152; wel 
begon Chauc. r. r. 580; wo was pis 
wrecched womman {)6 bigon C. t. b 
018. 

bigangen compass, surround: ])e mid wa- 
tere is bi3eonge (bi3onge) Zrt). 23702.. 

bigapen gape at: pes keiser bigapede 
ham Kath. 1262. 

bigilen beguile, Horn 328; bigile pr. c. 
1264; bigiled (j^res.) a. r. 330; begilep 
(ms. begylep) ayenb. 16; bigtiled (printed 
bijuled) Kath. 1054 ; bigiled (part.) p. 



bi- 



bi- 



49 



/. s. XIII, 323; Langh h 18, 290; 

bigiled, biguled a. r. 268 8f 270. 
biginnen hegin, Kath. 281; Orm. 7822; 

biginne Chauc. C. t. a 42; bigan (fret.) 

0. a. n. 44; bigon (bigan) La-i,. 27565; 

pou begonne ayenh. 71 ; bigunnen Kath. 

294; St. gen. 536; Havel. 1011; be- 

gonnen Mand. 41; bigonue Beli. 527 ; 

bigunnen (part.) Orm. 7823; pr. c. 

6476; begonnen Mand. 40; bigonne 

Shoreh. 58. 
biginninge beginning, Kath. 290; bigin- 

ning Orm. 706; biginninge, biginnunge 

a. r. 54 Sf 206.- 
bigrseden cry at; bigredep (pres.) o. a. 

n. 67; begredde m. Arth. 1812; bi- 

gradde o. a. n. 1144; bigradden Alis. 

5175. 
bi graven, O.K. Germ, bigraban, infodere; 

bigraven (part.) Arth. a. Merl. 98; be- 

grave Gow. 1, 189. 
bigripen comprise, reprehend, rel. ant. 1, 

220; begripep (pres.) Gmo. 3, 102; 

& ec Farisepishe men bigrap be pus 

pip porde Orm. 97 54; sant Joban haf- 

de pe king bigripen of bis sinne 19857 ; 

mid senne begripe horn. 1, 237 . 
bigrippen, M.H.Germ. begripfen, prehen- 

dere; bigripte (pret.) Gaw. 214. 
bigrowen grow around; begrowe (part.) 

Gow. 2, 358; pas mid ivi al bigrope 

0. a. n. 27 . 
bigurde], M.H.Germ. bigtirtel, money- 
girdle, a. r. 124; bigirdles (pi.) Langl. 

8, 87 (9, 79). 
bigurden he gird; bigurt (pres.) a. r. 378; 

bigerte (pret.) Shoreh. 51 ; bigirt (part.) 

Halliw. did. 174. 
bi3£ete acquisition, gain, Orm. 16835; bi- 

3£ete (bi^eate) La^. 609; bijete p. I. 

8. XIII, 358; rel. ant. 1, 265; Will. 

2303; p. 8. 200; biyete misc. 76; bi- 

gete st. gen. 896; bijete, bi3eate a. r. 

142 ^ 166; Kath. 472. 



bijeonden, A. Sax. begeondan, beyond, 

La^. 2639; bi3onden Orm. 10603; be- 

yondin s. a. c. VIII, 2; biyhonde pr. 

c. 4458; bi3ende an. lit. 5; gest. Rom. 

1; beyende pe ze ayenh. 165; bi3ende, 

bi3onde Rob. 181, 7 8f 16; bi3unde 

Brand. 3. 
bi3eoten perf under e; bi3oten (part.) horn. 

1, 261. 
bi3etel? be maden swide bigetel forward 

St. gen. 1992. 
bi3eten, A. Sax. begitan, bigytan, O.H. 

Germ, pigezan, beget, acquirere, Kath. 

1633; bi3eten, bi3iten La-i,. 2445 ^ 

13496; bi3iten a. r. 142; bi3ete o. a. 

n. 1629; bigeten st. gen. 1532; bi3et 

(pret.) a. r. 160; pe fader pat me bi- 

3at Brand. 24; bigat Orm. 13986; 

Will. 177; beo bi3eten Rome La^. 7368; 

bi3eten (part.) Orm. 1645; s. s. ed. 

Web. 1066; bi3eten, bi3iten La-^. 4245 

Sf 8865; bi3ite p. I. s. XXIII, 18; 

bi3ute Bek. 119. 
bibabben behave; bebave Flor. 1567 . 
bibses promise; bibas Alis. 7 840^\ 
bibseste, biheste behest, La-^,. 1263 ^ 

18751; biheste a, r. 208; Bek. 1406; 

Chauc. C. t. b 41; bebeste ayenh. 225. 
biba3, O.Fris. bibag (bibach), pleasure? 

bl bis biba3e hom. 1, 137 . 
biba3ien, O.L.Germ. bibagon, O.Fris. 

bihagia (placere), please? biha3ed (pres.) 

hom. 1, 135. 
behalf (for half) behalf: on ml behalf e 

Chauc. Troil. 2550; on goddes behalve 

Mand. 225. 
bihalven, O.H. Germ, behalbon, surround; 

bihalve Havel. 1834; bihalven (pres.) 

st. gen. 3355. 
bihangen hang round: bihongen mid pel- 

len La^, 3637; bihonge Alis. 201. 
bihangien hang round: bihonged mid sna- 

we Lay 20125; behonged Will. 5015. 
bihat promise; bihates (pi.) hom. 1, 89. 

7 



50 



bi- 



bi- 



bihaten promise, Lay 11302; bihoten a. 
r. 6; behoten Wicl 1 pared. 29; be- 
hotin prompt. 29; behote, bihote fpres.J 
Langl. 6, 235 [462 J; behote, bihoote, 
biheete Cham. C. t. a 1854; behete 
mir. pi. 15; bibated La"^. 20626; bihat 
a. r. 6; bebat, behot ayenh. 64 Sf 97 ; 
(3e) bibated Lay 12487; (beo) bihoted 
a. r. 430; biheihte (bihelite) fpret.J 
Lay 1263; beheigbte mir. pi. 20; bi- 
hl3te Langl. 5, 47 (65); Wicl. genes. 
38; bibet Kath. 415; a. r. 176; Orm. 
5574; st. gen. 1884; pou bibete h. h. 
199; bibet Orm. 7621; ye bihigbte 
Chauc. C. t. 11639; bihaten (part.) 
Kath. 756; Orm. 13823; bihoten a. r. 
182; Havel: 564; bihote Wicl. Rom. 1. 

bihawen look at: pe folk to bihowe 3fan. 
11165. 

biheafdien hehead; bihefden ludh. 2273; 
biheaveded (part.) misc. 154; biheveded 
p. I. s. XV, 171; biheveded, bibedid 
Wicl. Lule 9. 

bihefdunge heheading, a. r. 184. 

bihealden hehold, intueri, aspicere, horn. 2, 
35; bihalden Or7n. 15663; bihalde Iw. 
1426; biholden a. r. 54; biholde o. a. 
n. 71; bihelde s. s. ed. Web. 744; bi- 
halded (pres'.) Lay 21322; bihalt a. 
r. 214; behalt Wicl. Job 39; bibeold 
(pret.) I^ath. 744; biheeld Langl 25; 
bihuld Bek. 710; biheolden, bihulden Z^?). 
5737 Sf 26321; bihelden Xath. 741; 
beholden (part.) Hand. 13; e. T. 358; 
1 am beholde (ohligatus) Gow. 3, 354. 

biheden, 0. 11. Germ, behuoten, heed, guard, 
observe, prevent: hwat can pat 3ongling 
hit bihede 3if hit misdep hit mot nede 
0. a. n. 635; bihedde (pret.) rel. ant. 
2, 225; his nest no3t pel he ne bi- 
hedde 0. a. n. 102; pe king hit Avel 
bihedde Lay 19046. 
bihelden perfundere: pid halepende pat- 
tres biheolden ham alle Kath. 1400. 



bihelien cover: al pes world is biheled 

mid hepene bode misc. 91. 
bihemmen hem: bihemmen and bilegge 

0. a. n. 672. 
bihengen hang round: bihenged al pip 

belles Orm. 951. 
biheve, A. Sax. behefe, projitcble, hom. 1, 

213; bihevest (superl.) a. r. 298. 
biheve, A. Sax. behefe (?), profit: moni 

uvel icb iseo perinne & none biheve a. 

r. 96; biheve, biheeve c. I. 1425; to 

hare biheve (printed byhove) s. s. ed. 

IVr. 2301. 
bihinden behind, Orm. 401; Bek. 1374; 

bihinden (bihinde) Lay 439; bihinde 

0. a. n. 937; rel. ant. 1, 183. 
behlasten, A. Sax. behlsBstan (?), charge? 

belast (part.) LLalliw. diet. 161. 
bihloh laughed at: bil63 Shoreh. 102; 

bilowe Rob. 299, 4. 
bihof, A. Sax. behOf (?), O.Fris. behof, 

M. H. Germ, behuof, behoof; bihove (dat.) 

Lay 1050; Havel. 1764; to his opene 

bihove a. r. 70; servep to our behove 

transact. 19, 330. 

behoflich, A. Sax. \i^\hfC\.Q>, profitable ;^^- 
hoveli ^^opportunus\ prompt. 29; Chauc. 
Troil 1353. 

behOfsam profitable, ayenh. 99; bihovesum 
Arth. a. Merl. 2804. 
bihofien, A. Sax. behofian, O.Fris. bihovia, 

behove; bihoven ^'■opportere\ Wicl. wisd. 

15; bihofep (pres.) Orm. 16706; biho- 

ved Lay 945; bihovep Langl. b 17, 

313; hem bihovep muche mete Rob. 

177, 4; pe bihovep godes helpe Shoreh. 

95; behovep ayenb. 58; behovip Tor. 

162; bihoves, behoves Will. 729 Sr 

2349; behoves Iw. 3022; s. s. ed. Wr. 

1545; bihovede (pret.) a. r. 394; Mr 

bihoved per to bide Percev. 2228. 
bihofde, 0. Fris. bihofte, use, hom. 1, 

19; bihofpe Rob. 26, 18; bi(h)ofte st. 

gen. 1408. 



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bi- 



51 



biho^ien taJce care: pe laverd seal biho- 

h3ian pet he habbe godes fultum horn. 

i, 113; & heore gode wepnen wurd- 

iTche biho3eden Za-^. 17369. 
bilion hang round: mid gode r£eve bihon 

Lay 5620. 
behor'^en dirty; beborewed f part. J ayenb. 

237\ 
bihremen cry on; biremen horn. 2, 29. 
bihreowen repent; bireopen Orm. 4506; 

birewe fpres. suhj.J Langl. b 12, 250. 
bihreowsien repent; bireopsen Orm. 8800; 

birepsien, bireusien horn. 1, 21 Sf 23; 

bireu«i (misprinted birensi) Shoreh. 43. 
bireousunge repentance, fragm. 8, 7; a. 

r. 372. 
bibuden hide, conceal; bibtide fpres. suhj.J 

horn. 1, 109; bibud (part.) a. r. 100. 
biniien hin, intus, Orm. 6292; st. gen. 

1032; binneii heo iwenden Lay 5920; 

binnen lut 3earen 221; binne Havel. 

584; Shoreh. 40; Man. 7457. 
bijapen dupe, delude; bijapep fpres. J pi. 

cr. 46; bijaped, bejaped (part.) Chauc. 

C. t. a 1585; god wil noujt be bigi- 

led . . . ne bijaped Langl. h 18, 290. 
bikemen grow faint? bikemet (part.) Kath. 

1298-^. 
bikennen indicate, consign; bikenne (pres.J 

Langl. 2, 32; i bikenne 30U to Icist 

Will. 5424; pat bikennetb pat croiz 

Havel. 1268; bikende (pret.J Gaw. 596; 

bekende d. Arth. 2340; bis modir in 

keping to pe be bekende Halliw. diet. 

160. 
bikerven cut off; bikorven (part.) a. r. 

362; alle -peren . . . befdes bicorven 

Marh. 19, 25. 
bilacchen talze away; bilagt (part.) st. 

gen. 773. 
bilffiden lead, conduct, treat? and pel na- 

repe pe biledep 0. a. n. 68; uvele bi- 

led misc. 45; lodllcbe was bilad c. I. 

1136. 



bilaefen, bilseven leave, relinquish, remain. 

Lay 1055, 2254 8f 19777; bileaven pe 

sunne a. 'r. 340; bilefen Orm. 8380; 

pey . . . shule wip Sathanas bileven 

h. h. 236; bileve Rob. 14, 22; s. s. 

ed. Web. 48; Will. 2577; Chauc. C. t. 

10897; Min. 10; blevin prompt. 39; 

per he ssel bleve ayenb. 172; bilsefde 

(pret.) Lay 1613; bilefde a. r. 372; 

bilefte Begrev. 1885; blefede Octov. 

507; blefte aijenb. 12; bilefed (part.) 

Orm. 8914; bileved Alis. 5310; bilea- 

ved a. r. 168. 
bil^esten, for 3el£esten; bilaste (pret.) 

Lay 29400. 
bilaggen wet, splash? bilagged (part.) voc. 

173 ; belaggid ^^madidatus\ prompt. 29. 
belangen belong; belonge Gow. 2, 351; 

belongep (pres.) ayenb. 12; wat belon- 

geth bit to me misc. 29. 
bilappen lap about ; bilapped Orm. 14267 ; 

s. s. ed. Web. 2210; Am. a. Amil. 

1014; hit is. bilepped & ihud a. r. 100. 
bilave remnant? bileven (pi.) st. gen. 

3154. 
bilaven conspergere? bilaved mid blode 

misc. 140. 
bileave, for 3eleave, belief, a. r. 2; Shoreh. 

142; bileave, beleave ayenb. 12 ^ 14; 

bileve Beh. 30; bileve, bileeve Chauc. 

C. t. a 3456; beleve Mani. 131. 

bileffiil horn. 2, 19. 
bileggen belay; bilegge 0. a. n. 672; & 

pus pa pordes pe bilegged horn. 1, 57; 

pe bsere pas bile3d pip bjeten gold 

Orm. 8167. 
bilenge belonging to, Orm. 2230. 
bileo3en belie; bilie Langl. b 5, 414; 

witnesses false and fele bilowen hine 

Shoreh. 84; bilowen (part.) Langl. b 

2, 22; & te sakelease ofte bilopen a. 

r. 68. 
bileovien, Germ, belieben, love: & pis 

wel bileovede Lay 5204, 



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bi- 



beleven (for ^eleven) lelieve; beleve ayenh. 

151; Mand. 53; bilefde fpret.J La-^. 

2856''; bilefden horn. 1, 19, 
biliggen ohsidere, La^. 506. 
bili^en lie ly, lie about, lie with: pe six 

perkes . . . pe bilige tC nihte rel. ant. 

1, 132; bilai fpretj Rob. 19, 13; & 

bilaei (bilai) pa burh Za^. 9433; pat 

bilay to bis kinedom c. I. 286; belein 

f part. J Gow. 1, 338; his doughtir pat 

was bilairi Rich. 1119. 
bilihten illumine: godes brihtnesse bilihte 

hem hom. 2, 31. 
billken mahe lihe, polish? biliked (part. J 

0. a. n. 842. 
bilimien dismember. Lay 29364; biliine 

Rob. 301, 7; bilimed {pres.J Kath. 2160; 

a. r. 360; bilimeden fpret.J Arth. a. 

Merl. 5775. 
bilimpen happen, Orm. 11085; bilamp 

fpret.J 1929; bilumpen fpart.J 2905. 
blinnen, A. Sax. blinnan, blin, cease, Orm. 

4505; blinne Rob. 302, 27; Will. 55; 

p. s. 212; mir. pi. 3; blan fpret.J De- 

grev. 1117; avow. Arth. LVIII, 11; 

pei blunne fms. blinne, r. w. sunne) 

Havel. 2670. 
blinnunge cessation, Kath. 1694. 
bilive, A. Sax. bileofa, cmp. O.K. Germ. 

bilibi (victusj, living, sustenance, Rob. 

496, 8; bilive, bileve Langl. b 19, 

230; bileve hom. 2, 27; bileove a. r. 

168. 
biliven remain; bilive rel. ant. 1, 274; 

bil^f fpret.J Orm. 2391; bilef st. gen. 

671. 
biloken looh at, look about, Orm. 2917; 

biloked f pres.J a. r. 132; biloken rel. 

ant. 1, 220; beloked fpaH.J Octov. 1046. 
biluken enclose, rel. ant. 1, 183 ; bilouken 

Shm^eh. 121 ; biluken f pres.J Orm. 12126; 

bilek fpret.J o. a. n. 1081; biloken 

fpart.J a. r. 160; r. s. VII, 68; be- 

loke ayenb. 97 . 



bilurten, A. Sax. belyrtan (?), deceive^- bi- 
lirten rel. ant. 1, 217; st. gen. 316; 
bilurt fpart.J a. r. 280''\ 

biluvien belove, Za-^. 921 ; T^ef ham bilu- 
ved to heren him hom. 1, 257; T^ef me 
spa biluvede Jul. 24; alle hit biluve- 
den Za^. 1013; beloved fpart.J Gow. 
2, 273; so wel biloved (beloved) Chauc. 
a t. a 1429. 

bim^nen, A. Sax. bimgenan, O.H.Germ. 
pimeinen, bemean, bemoati, indicare, con- 
queri: mid pine mupe bimsenen pine 
neode fragm. 8, 3; sunne bimenen hom. 
1, 13; bimene ii'oJ. 490, 24; m. Arth. 
856; wat may this bimene Havel. 1259; 
bimened f pres.J st. gen. 2226; what 
pis montaigne bimeneth (bemenep) Zangl. 
1, 1; perfore we ne bimenep pe no^t 
Beh. 983; men . . . bimenep goode 
mete^iveres and in minde havep Zangl. 
b 15, 143; bimente fpret.J Zangl. h 
18, 18; Gie is moche bemoonid of all(e) 
Halliw. diet. 163. 

bimalen macular e; bimolen Zangl. b 14, 4. 

bimasen maze, confuse; bimased fpart.J 
a. r. 270; and lefte us liinge . . . al 
bemased in a soune Chest, pi. 2, 93. 

bimelden, Germ, bemelden, denounce; bi- 
melde fpres. subj.J an. lit. 3. 

bimurnen lemourn ; bimurned f pres.J hom. 
1, 149; bimorneden fpret.J Wicl. Zuhe 
23. 

biname, M.H.Germ. biname, byname; bi- 
names fpl.J Chauc. Boet. 2333. 

beneden need: to mine gode ne benieded 
pe '■^bonorum meorum non indiges\ hom. 
1, 217. 

bineoden beneath, a. r. 304; bineoden, 
bineode (bineope, benipe) Za'i,. 1325 Sf 
14985 ;-\imQQ\)m, binepen c. I. 1304; 
binepen Orm. 10729; benepen Mand. 
158; binepen, binepe Wicl. genes. 6; 
binepe treat. 132. 

binimen tahe away, a. r. 194; chron. 



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bi- 



53 



Engl. 2d2; binime Bel. 1008; WicL 

eccles. 28; benime, binime ayenh. 39 8f 

od; binim ('pres. imper.J s. s. ed. Wr. 

703; binam, binom fpret.J La"^. 15089 

^' 26112; binumen fpart.J Orm. 7299; 

d. gen. 198; binume o. a. n. 1226; 

binomen, binome Langl. b 3, 312; be- 

nomen Chauc. r. r. 1509. 
benoten lise; benotep f pres. J ayenh. 90 
bipechen deceive, La^. 5301; rel. ant. 1, 

180; bipeche misc. 72; bipelite horn. 1, 

91; bipei3t fpart.J p. I s. Vh,22; bi- 

paht r. 8. V, 128. 
bipennen pe7i up; bipenned fpart.J a. r. 

94. 
bipilen peel; bipiled fpart.J a. r. 148. 
bipreonen pin, tag ; bipreonep f pres. J misc. 

101. 
bir£e(ien (bireaden) advise, counsel, La'^. 

31072; birede m. t. 98; biredde fpret.J 

Shoreh. 124; biradde, bireadde KatJi. 

1237; biradden chron. Engl. 40. 
bireavien bereave; birgevien (bireave) La"^. 

30311 ; bireaven h. m. 29; bireve Langl. 

h 6, 248; bireaved f pres. J a. r. 120; 

birevede fpret.J c. I. 1349; bireveden 

hom. 1, 79; birMed fpart.J Orm. 2832; 

bireved o. a..n. 120; spec. 101. 
biredien make ready, prepare? La"^. 4198. 
bireinen berain; birine Horn 11; bireined 

fpaH.J a. r. 344; Wicl. E%. 22; be- 

reinid ^^complutus\ prompt. 32. 
birennen run around ? biarnde fpret.J La^. 

26775. 
biriden ride around, La"^. 10739. 
birinnen run around; bieorli fpret.J La"^. 
, 26064; biiirnen 26066; wip tieres al 

birunne Horn ed. Lum. 654; bironne /. 

h. r. 137; pat lond is biurnan (biurne) 

mid p£ere see La'^,. 1233. 
biiisen convenire, oportere? plsdom birised 

peran & clenesse birlsad pifan hom. 1, 

111; pat beod pe pinges fr. pinge) 

pe birised to ^Iche kinge Lay 9821. 



berobben rob; berobbep f pres. J ayenb. 39. 
birowen row around; birouwen (birowe) 

Lay 20128. 
bisawe proverb, a. r. 88. 
bischadwien shadow around; bischadewep 

fpres.J 8. s. ed. Web. 586; beshaded 

fpaH.J Gow. 2, 109. 
bischeden shed on: he bischedde it wip 

watir Wicl. 4 Icings 8. 
bischlnen beshine; bishinep fpres.J Orm. 

18851; beshmep Cow. 3, 242. 
bischiten beshite, concacare; bishiten fpart.J 

AUs. 5485. 
biscKrewen beshrew; bischrewe fpres.J Chauc. 

C. t. 6427; beshrewip ''deprava£\ Wicl. 

prov. 10; bischrewed fpret.J Langl. b 

4, 168; beshrewed fpaH.J Gow. 1, 76; 

pis world is al bestrewed p. 45, 2. 
bischrichen screech at: and pe bischrichep 

(biscrichep) and bigredep o. a. n. 67 . 
biscunien shun, p. I. s. VLIL, 77; bi- 

schune fpres. imper.J rel. ant. 1, 183. 
bischutten shut up; bischitten, bisbetten 

fpret.J Langl. 2, 189 f213j; bischet 

fpart.J Will. 2014 ; bishett AUs. 5765; 

beshet Octov. 1280; Cham. r. r, 4488; 

besset ayenb. 94. 
bisecben beseech, peter e: nu ich mot bi- 

sechen pat ping pat ich ser forhowede 

Lay 3494; pu scholdest bisechen me 

cosses a. r. 102; biseken st. gen. 2492; 

Havel. 2994 ; biseche fpres.J Kath. 2375; 

Langl. 1, 58 f60j; AUs. 4631; be- 

seche Mand. 316; beseke Ivd. Cov. 129; 

bisehp, bisekp o. a. n. 1439; bezekp 

ayenb. 117; biseke we nu godes migt 

st. gen. 4155; bisohte fpret.J Kath. 

2395; hisC^ghte Fercev. 2144; bisouhten 

a. r. 230; bisoht fpaH.J spec. 72; bi- 

sOuht a. r. 234. 
bisegen //or asegen) besiege; biseged fpaH.J 

Man. 5108. 
bisemen beseem, accommodare, convenire^ 

apparere: pat ivele hem bisemep pi. cr. 



54 



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bi- 



58; bisemez Gaw. 1612; as pei be- 
semen Will. 252S; bisemin ^^conveniunC\ 
Wicl. Rom. 1; bisemede fpret.J a. r. 
148; pine pordes beop ... so bisemed 

0. a. n. 842. 

' blsene, A. Sax. bisene, hesen, my ops, coe- 

cus? blsen Ilalliw. did. 178; bisne st. 

gen. 472; pu art blind oper bisne o. 

a. n. 243. 
bisenchen mergere, a. r. 400; bisenken 

Orm. 19690. 
bisenden se^id to; bisende fpret.J Roh. 

491, 6. 
bisengen singe; bezenge ayenh. 230. 
biseon see to, provide, advise, a. r. 344; 

bisen st. gen. 1313; s. s. ed. Weh. 607 ; 

biseo Beh. 105; bisi,'^ (biseh) pe Z^). 

16048; pe bet he hine biseo o. a. n. 

1272; bisay fpret.J Rob. 192, 16; be- 

sein (part.) Gmv. 1, 341; hisejQ Ifoccl. 

1, 142; elde . . . hap me biseye Langl. 
I 20, 201 ; so rlcheli biseye Chauc. C. 
t. 8860. 

bisetten beset, rel. ant. 1, 213; bisette 
Langl. b 5, 264 ; bisette (pret.) st. gen. 
2687; Will. 1214; and bisette pis 
schip al aboute Brand. 21 ; biset (part.) 
a. r. 58; Kath. 157 8; it pas ejphser 
biset pip deorepurpe stanes Orm. 8169; 
pou hast wel beset ml god Octav. 956. 

beseowien sew around; besewed (fart.) 
Will. 3117. 

besiht provision, c. I. 311; besi^te pro- 
clam. 6. 

bisinken sink: hpa se lid i leiven deope 
bisunken h. m. 33. 

bisitten sit: hit schal bisitten (bisitte) 
oure soules sore Langl. 2, 110 (140). 

bislabren, L.Germ. beslabern, beslahber; 
bislabered, bislobred (part.) Langl. b 
5, 392. 

bismer, A. Sax. bismer, bismor, 0. L. 
Germ. 0. II. Germ, bismer, disgrace, con- 
tumely, hom. i, 107; bismar Rob. 12, 



7; pe pe bismar haved idon La^. 4403; 
bismere (dat.) Kath. 551; Langl. 2651; 
h. s. 7400; bismare^As. 648; lauhpen 
him to bismare a. r. 270; bismare, bi- 
semare Chauc. C. t. a 3965. 

bismerien, A. Sax. bismerian, mock, in- 
sult;' bisemerep and scornep pe guode 
men ayenb. 22. 

bismerwen besmear; bismeoruped (part.) 
a. r. 214. 

bismiten, A. Sax. besmitan, 0. II. Germ. 
pismizan, contaminare : ne bismit (? print- 
ed bi sunt) pu pe mid drunkenesse hom. 
1, 13. 

bismitten, 0. Dutch besmetten, O.IIGerm. 
bismizzen, besmut; bismitted ^^contamina- 
verun€\ ps. 54, 21 ; bismitted (part.) 
a. r. 214; besmetted ayenb. 229. 

bismoken be^molce; bismoked (part.) Chauc. 
Boet. 49. 

bismotren dirty; bismotered (part.) Cham. 
C. t. a 76. 

bismudden dirty; bismuddet (part.) a. r. 
214''. 

bisnewen besnow ; bisnewed (part.) Langl. 
b 15, 110; Gow. 1, 111; besnewed 
ayenb. 81. ■ 

bisocne petition, request, a. r. 376; puru 
bisdkne of pe king delayed it was 3ute 
Rob. 495, 7; bisocnen (dat. pi.) hom. 
1, 261. 

bispeken bespeak, colloqui, obloqui: sge ne 
bispac him nevere st. gen. 1444; pat 
folc bispac (bispek) his dep /. h. r. 32; 
bispeke (part.) o. a. n. 1738 ; Rob. 55, 
19; 36 habbep a mong ^u . . . bi- 
speke pat ilome Bek. 919. 

bispel, A.Sax. bigspell, M.H.Germ. bispel, 
example, hom. 1, 233; o. a. n. 127. 

bisperren lock up; bisperred, bisperede 
(pret.) Langl. b 15, 139. 

bispeten conspuere; bispete Wicl. Mark 
10; bispeted (pres.) a. r. 288; bispat- 
ten (pret.) Wicl. Mark 15; bispet, bi- 



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bi- 



55 



spat (jpart.) Wich Luke 18; bispat 

misc. 140. 
bispitten les^it; bispitte Wicl. Mirh 14; 

bispit (part. J p. r. 1. p. 240. 
bispotten hespot, Chauc. Beet. 2009. 
bisprseden le&pread; bisprsedde fpret.J La'>,. 
. 16521; bespred fpaH.J h. T. 762. 
bisprengen asperse; bisprenge Rob. 128, 

5; bispreng fpres. imper.J hem. 1, 73; 

bisprengde fpret.J Beves 350; bisprein- 

de Wicl. Heir. 9; bespreint wip bloode 

Lidg. m. p. 91. 
bistanden stand about, circumstare; bistant 

fpres. J 0. a. n. 1438; wenne bundes 

hine bistonded X^?^. 1698; bistod? fpret.J 

si. gen. 3857; bistonden f part. J a. r. 264. 
bistaren stare at: pe keiser bistarede hire 

Kath. 309. 
bistadien constituere? bestaded f part. J 

Mark. 3, 24; a. r. 264. 
bisteden, 0. II. Germ, pistaten, bestead, col- 

locare. constituere? bested f part. J Triam. 

1461; bistad Chauc. C. t. b 649; be- 

stad mccl. I, 129; lud. Cov. 329; wo- 

fulli bestad Gow. 1, 198. 
bisteken occluder e? a. r. 62. 
bistelen steal away: and bistal from pan 

fihte La-^,. 28422. 
bistowen bestow, collocare ; bistowe SJioreh. 

95; Langl. b 7, 75; Chauc. C. t. a 

3981. 
bistrewen bestrew; bistrepeden fpret.J Hich. 

thes. 1, 167. 
bistriden bestride, La^. 28020; bistride 

Havel. 2060; bistridep fpres. J Langl. b 

17, 78; bestrod fpret.J Tor. 504. 
bostrupen, A. Sax. bestr^^pan, strip: be- 

strepp pe zeve zennes vram pe herte 

ayenb. 123. 
bisturien bestir; bistere Alis. 5837; be- 

stere Gow. 3, 295. 
bisulien soil; bisulied fpres. J horn. 2, 37; 

bisoiled f part. J Shoreh. 108; bisuiled 

misc. 225. 



biswseten moisten with sweat; biswaet f part. J 
La-^. 9315. 

beswapen? bi s(c)andlice senne bespapen 
hom. 1, 239. 

biswiken deceive, La\ 7.54; Alis. 4609; 
bisplken a. r. 224; Orm. 11678; bi- 
swike 0. a. n. 158; Horn ed. Bits. 296; 
beswike Bich. 5918 ; biswac fpret.J La^. 
2607; biswok Man. 11398; bispiken 
f part. J a. r. 54; biswiken spec. 45; bi- 
swike Havel. 1249; bisvike Bob. 272, 
24. 

beswlkinge deceit; bezvikinge ayenb. 28. 

biswinken procure by labour: pat mo wen 
her bred biswinke Langl. 6, 216 f7 , 
202 J; biswinkep fpres. J pi. cr. 722; bi- 
swonke fpret.J Langl. b 20, 290; be- 
swonke fpart.J Ilalliw. diet. 169. 

bitffichen assign, commit, Orm>. 6126; bi- 
techen a. r. 300; and bitechen heom. 
al pis lond Lay 5314; biteche Will. 
5184; Crist 1 pe biteche Horn ed. Bits. 
577; bitahte fpret.J Lay 247; Kath. 
608; fms. bitahhte) Orm. 14774; bi- 
tagte St. gen. 212; hii?i\MQ Havel. 2212; 
betau3te s. s. cd. Wr. 324; betaughte 
Chauc. r. r. 4438; pe ring* pat i him 
bitaughte Percev. 2156; bitei^te BeL 
1827; bitaht fpart.J spec. 42; bitau3t 
Will. 5289; biteiht a. r. 166. 

bitaken betake, committere, tradere, Havel, 
1226; bitake Lay 3542""; s. s. ed. Wr. 
30; pei schulen bitake ''tradent", WicL 
3Iat. 24; ml soule bitake (betake) i tO 
Sathanas Chauc. C. t. a 3750; hi be- 
takep ayenb. 36; bitOk fpret.J Lay 
22464""; Will. 66; s. s. ed. Wr. 412; 
Chauc. C. t. 12469; he bitoc it in 
warde Bob. 183, 2; betoke Tor. 2250. 

bitacnen betoken, significare, Orm. 919; 
bitocned fpres. J a. r. 170; betocnep 
ayenb. 15; bitacnied (bitocnep) Lay 
16008; bitdknede fpret.J Bob. 288, 7; 
pat he was lord and king of kinges 



56 



bi- 



bi- 



wel bitoknede pe sterre Shoreh. 123 ; 
bitocned f part. J a. r. 374. 

bitocnunge signification, a. r. 308; bi- 
tokninge Bek. 103. 

bitelden, A. Sax. biteldan, cover: and lette 
hine bitillen ffor bitilden?) mid gold- 
faje pallen Lay 27So2; bitild (part.) 
Jul. 8. 

bitellen, A. Sax. betellan (defend J Sax. 
chron. 180, M. 11. Germ, bezellen (ac- 
quire J, defend, conquer: bitellen pel & 
■peren Orm. 2045; det tu beo ml mo- 
tild a3eines mine soule fon pet heo hire 
ne mupen bitellen hom. 1, 205; to bi- 
tellen eowere rihtes Lay 7894; and 
lust hu ich con me bitelle o. a. n. 263; 
nu pu liavest Brutlond al bitald to 
pire bond Lay 18099. 

bitellunge excuse? a. r. 392. 

biteon employ, Lay 9117; a. r. 398; 
here swine he wel biten st. gen. 3626; 
htl ic it bitej 2878; bito3en (part.) 
hom. 1, 31; Lay 19902; pe nihtegale 
al hire hoje mid rede hadde pel bito3e 

0. a. n. 702; or elles ich hevede uvele 
bitopen muchel of mine hpiile a. r. 430. 

bitiden hetide, a. r. 278; shame pe may 
bitide spec. 90; bitldip, bitit (pres.J 
Langl. h 11, 393; bitidde (pret.J o. a. 
n. 1107; St. gen. 3861; Beh. 1511; 
Gaw. 2522; tel(le) me hou pat bitidde 
s. s. ed. Wr. 589; betidde ant. Arth. 1, 1. 

bitimen accidere, evenire: 3if sunne biti- 
med bl nihte a. r. 324. 

bitoveren, O.Dutch betoveren, fascinate, 
St. gen. 2962. 

bitrappen, A. Sax. betrseppan, trap, catch; 
bitrappe Halliw. diet. 170; bitrappet, 
bitreppet (part.) a. r. 174^; betrapped 
d. Arth. 1630. 

bitraien hetray; bitraye BeTc. 316; Langl. 

1, 37 (39 J; bitrayede (pret.J misc. 38. 
bitrenden wind around; bitrent (pres.J 

Cham. Troil. 4080. 



bitreowpen betroth; bitreupede (pret.J 
Shoreh. 66. 

bitruflen delude; bitrufled (pres.J a. r. 
106. 

bitrumen hetrim, circumdare, Marh. 20, 
3; hellehundes habbed bitrumet (bi- 
trummet) me 6, 31. 

bituhten cover? bitiiht (bitijt) mid rii3e 
felle 0. a. n. 1013. 

bitunen i:wlose; bitunden (pret.J Li"^. 
4287; bitimed (part.J a. r. 164; bi- 
tuined ICath. 1659. 

bitumen turn about: biturn pe and cum 
a3ean a. r. 394 ; biturnde (pret.J Marh. 
12, 33; Rob. 210, 9. 

bitweonen, A. Sax. betpeonum, betpinum, 
betpeonan, betp^nan, bitpeon, between; 
bitpeonen a. r. 72; bitweonen, bitwune 
Lay 2080 Sf 4307; bitpenen Orm. 384; 
bitpinen hom. 2, 51; bitpeone, bitwene 
0. a. 71. 1379; bitwene Langl. 3, 68 
(76 J; so mikel love was hem bitwene 
Kavel. 2967; bitvene treat. 134; be- 
tyene ayerib. 66; bitwen st. gen. 760. 

bitwih, A. Sax. betpih, betpeoh, betpyh, 
inter; bitwi3e Lay 20947; bitwihen o. 
a. n. 17 47 ; bituhen Kath. 1526. 

bitwix, A. Sax. betpix, betpeox, betpyx, 
betwixt. Am. a. Amil. 142; betwix d. 
Arth. 801; bitwix, bitwixen Chauc. C. 
t. a 880 Sf b 1075; bitwux, bitwixen, 
bituxe (bitwixte) La^. 2329, 2335 Sf 
5010; bitwex Horn ed. Lum. 346; be- 
tpuxe hom. 1, 225; bitpuxen fragm. 1, 
45; bituxen o. a. n. 1747; bitvixte 
Shoreh. 77. 

bipecchen cover: mid pselle bipseht Lay 
19215. 

bipenchen bethinh, Marh. 5, 13 ; bipenche 
Beh 43; Shoreh. 33; he mot hine M 
pel bipenche o. a. n. 471; pis word 
. . . pe dep bepenche ayenb. 101; bi- 
penken Orm. 2917; bipenke Will. 3057; 
bethinkin ^^cogitare, meditari', prompt. 



bi- 



57 



34; he liil & bidenched him hponne 
he -pule arisen a. r. 324; bipenkij) 
Wici. ImU 14; bipohte fpret.J La^. 
670; bidouhte a. r. 200; bi])03te iZom 
ed. Lum. 411; bidouht (paH.J a. r. 
342; in his wisdom was al bidogt ear 
danne it was on werlde brogt st. gen. 
37 ; to bidden his milce to late pe beod 
bipohte r. s. IV, 66, 

bipinne = biinne {\)- epenthetic), or wip- 
inne? Flor. a. Bl. 244; g. 365. 

bipring-en oppress: per ich wes o ])on 
fihte . . . hserde bidrungen (bi])rongen) 
Xa^. 8814; pip pandrap biprungen Orm. 
14826. 

bipunchen, 0. If. Germ, pidunchen, timik, 
videri: 3if him so bidunched a. r. 346. 

bipiite =: biute, or wipute ? Flor. a. BI. 
218; bipoute g. 34^. 

buten, A. Sax. butan, beutan, O.L.Germ. 
btitan, biiitan, hut (lout), extra, Orm. 
2228; biiten (bote) Noe & Sem i«). 
23; pis porld nis btiten (praeter) a pei 
to heovene a. r. 160; buten (sine) live 
Kaih. 262; buten leave a. r. 238; bu- 
ten childre Orm. 240; he ne mei no 
ping don us bute bi godes leave a. r. 
230; bute pu pille bet aginne ne schal- 
tu bute schame ipinne o. a. n. 1289; 
bute here 1790; bute it were bi hire 
wille Havel. 86; beute jif nisi, La\ 
26433; but (but?) if Orm. 46 ^ 1662; 
Will. 472; but (but?) sed, Langl. I 
prol. 194; biit what ben pes pingis a 
monge so mani men Wicl. John 6; but 
(but?) tamen, Chauc. C. t. a 74; pei 
conne meche of holi writt(e) but pei 
undirstonde it not Mand. 136; beouten 
pi. or. 661; bout en ende treat. 132; 
boute gile spec. 38; as schip boute 
mast Will. 667; boute, bout, bot Gaw. 
361, 1286 ^ 1782; boten p. s. 166; 
pou ne sselt habbe god bote me aymih. 
6; hot Isumh. 160; per nas bot wei 



Be/c. 637; and was bot seven winter 

old s. s. ed. Wr. 14; comp. abuten. 
biuven, A. Sax. bufan, (a)hove, mpra, 

hom. 1, 169; bufen eorpe Orm. 4773; 

buven a. r. 106; Kath. 2396; merest 

wes ])e white buven & seodden he wes 

bineoden La\ 16978; buve o. a. n. 

208; bove an. lit. 6; al pat is bove 

and under molde Shoreh. 117; comp. *a- 

bufen. 
biwailen, biweilen bewail, Chauc. 0. t. h 

26; biweiie Wicl. genes. 23; biweilep 

(pres.) Alis. 4396. 
biwalden, M.II.Genn. bewachen, wahe 

over; biwake s. «. ed. Web. 2764; bi- 

waken (pres.) st. gen. 2444; bipakeden 

(pret.) hom. 2, 36; hine biwakeden in 

})ere nihte pritti hundred cnihten (r. 

cnihte) La^. 7676; bewaked (part.) Gow. 

2, 360. 
biwalwien wallow about: biwalede hine a 

blode La^. 27744; bi waled on axen 

(biwalewed in axe) 26989. 
bewappen astonish? hewsi^^ed (part.) Beves 

1689; bewhapped Gotv. 3, 4. 
bewarien beivare: bewar pe s. a. c. X, 

41 ; if j)e clerk beware his faip Gow. 

1, 262; J)i wit is wel bewared Chauc. 

Troll. 636. 
biwedden loed: a king of Britaine havede 

heo biwedded La-^,. 4600. 
biwey by-ivay, Man. 10146. 
bewelden wield, Goiv. 1, 312; bipalt 

(pres.) hom. 2, 26. 
biwenden wend about, convertcre: to hpuche 

of peos foure met he him bipenden a. 

r. 306; bipent him ofte 132; biwende 

(pret.) misc. 46; bipende Kath. 2362; 

heo biwenden heom sone La'i,. 26676; 

biwente Horn ed. Bits. 329. 
biweop deflevi, Alis. 3666; bipeop a. r. 

278; bewopen (part.) Chauc. Troil. 6686; 

biwope 8. s. ed. Web. 1186. 
bipepen beweep, defiere, a. r. 108; Orm. 

8 



58 



bi- 



biddere 



lol36; bipepe o. a. n. 9 SO; biwepe 

Shoreh. 102; Chauc. r. r. 6121; bi- 

wepte (fret.) Wich genes. 50. 
biperien defend, p. I. s. VIII, 168; {m 

. . . biperest manne corn from deore o. 

a. n. 1126. 
beweten hewet, humedare: wip teres al 

bewet Ilalliw. diet. 171. 
'biweven involve, cover; biwefde fpret.J La"). 

28474; biweved f part. J mise. 66 ^' 140; 

Alls. 1086; biweved hii were bothe 

mid Welsse mantles Roh. 539, 21 ; mid 

wintre lie wes biweaved X^?). 130. 
biwicchen lewitch; bewicclie Mand. 159; 

biwicched fpret.J Langl. h 19, 151. 
biwl3elien delude, deceive, La^. 969; bi- 

wilen (=bigilen?) rel. ant. 1, 182; 

biwiled (part.) IShoreh. 67; Gaiv. 2425. 
biwinden wind around; bipinden }je rapes 

horn. 1, 47 ; mid seorpe bipunden fragm. 

5, 36; wip pornis al bewonde p. I. s. 

VI, 3. 
biwinnen ivin. Lay 472; biwinne cliron. 

Engl. 465; biwan, biwon (pret.) La"^. 

29 ^ 4674; bipunnen a. r. 228. 
bipiste, A. Sax. bipist, heing, living, rel. 

ant. 1, 131; bewiste m. h. 69; bepiste, 

beouste a. r. 160; hu beod pine be- 

ouste La"). 17809. 
biwiten guard, keep. La"). 2613 ^ 137 82; 

biwiste (pret.) La'),. 207; bipist est Jul. 

32; biwusten misc. 52; bipust (part.) 

a. r. 104. 
, biwiten, A. Sax. bepitan (?) pret. bepat, 

guard, Jceep; biwat (pret.) Lay 13028; 

biwiten (part.) 24678. 
biwitien, A. Sax. bepitian, guard, heep, 

La-^. 6659"^; biwitede (pret.) 31013''. 
biword lyword, Chauc. Troil. 5438. 
bewrappen wrap up; schulen bewrappe 

''^involvenf, JVicl. Job 18; bewrapped 

(part.) Will. 1735. 
biwre3en hewray, accusare; bewreyen, bi- 

wreye Chauc. C. t. a 2229; biwrighen 



Alis. 4116; bewrie Will. 2435; be- 
wreie (pres. subj.) m. t. 102. 
bi wrench en deceive; biprenched (pres.) a, 

r. 92. 
biwreon = biwrihen ; biwreo, bipro o. a. 

n. 673. 
biwrihen cover; biwri3en (part.) Lay 

5366; biprien a. r. 262. 
biwrixlen change; biprixled (part.) a. r, 
310. 

bi, A. Sax. by, O.Icel. byr, from buen, tow^f^ 
Ilalliw. diet. 172. 

bibbeii lib; bibbes (pres.) a. p. 2, 1499; 
this miller hap so wisli bibbed ale Chauc. 
C. t. a 4162. 

bicche, A. Sax. bicce (?), O.Icel. bikkja, 
bitch, rel. ant. 1, 187 ; an. lit. 11; Langl. 
5, 197 (353); bicche, bicke prompt. 35; 
bicchen (pi.) Alis. 5394. 

biccheu, O.Icel. bikkja (curvare)? bicchid 
boones (dice) Chauc. C. t. 14071; biched 
bones Town. myst. 241. 

bidden, A. Sax. biddan, 0. Fris. bidda, 0. 
L. Germ, biddian, Goth, bidjan, 0. Icel. 
bidja, 0. II. Germ, bittan, pittan, bid, pe- 
ter e, rogare, precari, a. r. 228; st. gen. 
1802; Havel. 529; bidden hinemildce 
Lay 12271; bidden his milce r. s. IV ^ 
55; bidden pes bone Kath. 611; bidden 
for pe Orm. 6130; to bidden us to Criste 
8990; biddin ^'■orare, mandare\ prompt, 
35; bidde (pres.) o. a. n. 741; Will. 
47 54; ihc bidde pe pi blessing ass. 158; 
3if i bidde ani bedes Langl. b 5, 407; 
biddep Chauc. C. t. a 3641; he pat bid- 
dep borwep Langl. b 7, 81; biddes 
Isumb. 270; beddez Gaw. 1374; bit a. 
r. 156; Orm. 5454; hii biddip vor ur 
fon Rob. 235, 22; heo biddep heom to 
gode misc. 85; biddinde (part.) ayenb. 
219; comp. ibidden. 

biddere, A. Sax. biddere, bidder, rogator ; 
bidder pr. c. 3679; bidderes (pi.) Langl. 
6,. 206 (7, 192). 



biddunge 



binden 



59 



biililuuge^ M. II. Germ, bittunge, bidding, ro- 
gntio, oratio, a. r. 108; biddiiigo ayenh. 
Ji)4. 

bide, A.Sax. bid, M.lI.Germ. bit, day, delay. 
Tor. 1463; wipouten bide /. h. r. 113. 

bidcl see budel. 

bideu, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. bldan, Goth, bei- 
dan, O.Icel. bida, 0. II. Germ, bitan, hide, 
manere, exspectare; bide Langh h 18, 307 ; 
Odov. 874; s. 8. ed. Weh. 2864; Gaw. 
374; p. s. 204; Min. 20; Tor. 1023; i 
may no lenger bide Chauc. C. t. a 4237; 
bide ail answare Flor. 264; bad fpret.J 
Percev. 669; Herode king bad after pe^- 
re come Orm. 6607 ; bod Gow. 3, 202; 
bod, bood ^^mansi£\ Wicl. 1 kings 23; 
bood Chauc. C. t. a 4399; biden La'),. 
12690; r. L. 17; biden f part. J Alis. 
897; Man. 3403; comp. a-, i-, over- 
biden; deriv. bad. 

biding, A.Sax. biding, hiding, moratio, pr. 
c. 4708. 

bieru see beorn. 

big hig, crassus, Ilavel. 1774; Will. 173; 
Chauc. C. t. a 546; pr. c. 1460; bigge 
fpl.J Langl. 6, 216 (7, 202); biggore 
(compar.) Jos. 462; bigger Gaw. 2101. 
bigli Ugly; bigli blis Flor. 1681; bigli 
bild a. p. 1, 962; bigli and swipe Jos. 
671. 

big, O.Icel. bygg, O.Sax. beu fsegesj? from 
buen ? hig, h&rdeum, voc. 233. 

biggeii, O.Icel. byggja, byggva, from buen, 
hig, col ere, hahitare, Orm. 1611; biggin 
^^aedificare\ prompt. 36; bigge pi. t. 47 6; 
Min. 36; bigge fpres.J apol. 71; biggede 
fpret.J st. gen. 1137; bigged Man. 8726; 
planted and bigged pr. c. 4860; bigged 
(part.) Gaw. 20; Lidg. m. p. 264; big- 
git ant. Arth, VI, 6. 

biggeii see buggen.* 

bigginge, O.Icel. bygging, habitatio, ^^aedifi- 
cium\ prompt. 36; bigging p. s. 151; 
st. gen. 718; Isumh. 78. 



hi^cls, A.Sax. bagels, from bujen, ^^(arcus) 

vel fornix\ fragm. 3, 68. 
bijt, A.Sax. byht? from bujen, hight, fie- 

xus, rel. ant. 1, 190; pe bi3t of pe pi- 

3es Gaiv. 1349. 
bike, Sived. b^ke (pack, lot)? bike, hive: a 

bike of waspes Ilalliw. diet. 176; as 

bees dos in the bike Town. myst. 325. 
biker, O.Icel. bikarr, 0. II. Germ, becher, 

beaker, ^^cymhium'' , prompt. 36. 
biker fight, Hob. 638, 22; Chauc. I. g. w. 

2669; bikir ^^pugnd\ prompt. 36; Alis. 

1661. 
bikei'in bicker, ^^pugnare", prompt. 36; heke- 

re ant. Arth. IV, 2 ; bikere fpres.) Langl. 

b 20, 78. 
bil, A.Sax. bil, bill, O.L.Germ. M.lI.Germ. 

bil, bill, ensis, La^. 1740; w. a. i. 37; 

bill 7w;. 3226; bille "/^"^o, marra\ prompt. 

36; billes (pi.) Alis. 1624. 
bild see buld. 
bile, A.Sax. bile, hill, rostrum, a. r. 84; 

horn. 2, 49; o. a. n. 79; bile, bille 

Langl. h 11, 349; bille Gcw. 2, 106; 

s. s. ed. Wr. 2196. 

bilfoder JVill. 81. 
bile. Germ, bil (jas)? 

bilewit, A.Sax. bilepit, simple, mild; bi- 
lehpit horn. 1, 96; Marh. 22, 16; bile- 
]?hit Orm. 6664; bilepitte (pi.) horn. 
I 223. 

bilehpitnesse simplicity, horn. 1, 95. 
bile see biile. 
billeii hill, "rostrare'\ prompt. 36; billed 

(pres.) rel. ant. 1, 210. 
billin, M. II. Germ, billen, ^^marrare", prompt. 

36. 
biiide hind, vitis, prompt. 36; a. p. 3, 444; 

comp. wudebinde. 
binden, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. Goth, bindan, 

O.Fris. O.Icel. binda, 0. II. Germ, bintan, 

pintan, hind, ligare, La\ 18468; bindep 

(pres.) spec. 104; bint a. r. 6; ayenb. 

33; band (pret.) Iw. 1776; band, bond 



60 



bindere 



biter 



Chauc. a t a 4082 fed. Wr. 40 80 J; 
bond treat. 136; bunden Orm. 16820; 
bunden, bounden Havel . 2442 Sf 2606; 
bounden Will. 1219; bunden (part, J Iw. 
289; Man. 138, 20; bunden, bonden pr. 
c. 3208 Sf 3210; bounden h. h. 63; 
Chauc. (\ t. 8680; IVtcl. John 11; bon- 
den Will. 2238; Percev. 1830; comp. 
for-, ibinden; deriv. band, bend. 

biuilere hinder; binderes fpl.J Havel. 2060. 

biiig, O.lcel. bingr, hing, ^'■cumera', prompt. 
36; m. h. 97. 

Millie^ A. Sax. binn, O.Fr. benne, lin, voc. 
180; I. h. r. 146; Chauc. C. t. a 693; 
lud. Cov. 169. 

biiiucu see under bi. 

bir see bur. 

birche, A. Sax. birce, O.II.Germ. bircha, 
O.lcel. biork, birch fhirlcj, betula, prompt. 
36; birche, berche Chauc. C. t. a 2921; 
burche voc. 181; birke i^/or. 1618; Per- 
cev. 773; birches fpl.J Alis. 6242. 

bircle see brtide. 

birie^ 0. Butch berie? feretrum, ayenh. 268. 

birlo, A. Sax. byrle, byrele, O.lcel. byrli, 
cup-hearer, ^^pincerna\ fragm. 2, 46; La'^. 
24164; birles fpl.J Orm. 14023. 

bii'lcn^ A. Sax. byrliau, O.lcel. byrla, hirl, 
vropinare, a. r. 114; Orm. 16418; bir- 
lide fpret.J Wicl. Jer. 26; birled m. h. 
120; sche birlid wbit win and red Tor. 
292. 

bir))C see burde. 

bis^ O.Fr. bysse, Gr. puaaog, a sort of fine 
stuff, spec. 26. 

bischop^ A. Sax. biscop, Lat. episcopus, bi- 
shop, r. s. VI, 6. 
biscboprlche bishopric, Beh. 1008. 
biscopstol misc. 146. 

bisi see busi. 

bisuCj A. Sax. bysen, O.lcel. bysn, O.L. 
Germ, (an)busn, Goth, (ana)busns, bisen, 
example, Ortn. 8987; Ilalliw. diet. 179; 
sette us bisne ho7n. 1, 6; bisne fdat.J 



h. m. 46; pa he to bisne nom La}. 30; 

comp. forbisne. 
bisne see bisene. 
bisnien^ A. Sax. bysnian, O.lcel. bysna, give 

an example; bisenes fpres.J m. h. 124. 
bit, M. II. term, bi^? hit; bitt ffrenumj 

'■Hupatum\ prompt. 37 ; bitte fdat.J Chauc, 

I. g. w. 1206. 
bite, A. Sax. bita, O.lcel. biti, O.II.Germ. 

bizzo, from biten, bite fbitj, frustum de- 

morsum, lioh. 207, 4; c. I. 1343; pe 

bite of one epple a. r. 334; an bite 

brides Orm. 8640; pe bite pat pei eten 

Langl. b 18, 200. 
bite, A. Sax. bite, O.L. Germ, biti, O.Fris. 

biti, bite, 0. II. Germ, biz, bite, onorsus, 

a. r., 288; s. s. ed. Web. 760; Mand. 

49; pin bite "morsus tuus\ horn. 1, 123; 

pane bite aijenb. 61; pe bite of spordes 

egge Kath. 2437 ; mid steles bite La-^. 

11327 ; bite, bitt ^'■morsus\ prompt. 37 ; 

bitte ^^morsus\ voc. 198; hiitAlis. 6436; 

bit Iw. 94; bite acies, Arth. a. Merl. 

4808 ;\ii, bitte Gaw. 212 Sf 2224. 
bitcl sharp, Orm. 10074; bitele duntes X^). 

26967. 

bitelbrouwed beetle-browed, Langl. 6, 109 
fl90j. 
bitel, A. Sax. bitel, betel fhlattaj, beetle 

fbittlej; bitil prompt. 37 ; betil voc. 266. 
biten, A. Sax. O.L. Germ, bltan, O.Fris. 0. 

Icel. bita, Goth, beitan, O.II.Germ. bizan, 

bite, mordere, a. r. 364; per was no 

knif pat wolde him bite Eglam. 491; 

bitep fpres.J Orm. 9964; bit a. r. 186; 

bitinde f part. J ayenh. 143; bat fpret.J 

Iw. 2029; bot c. I. 1343; s. s. ed. JVeb. 

773; Octov. 329; lud. Cov. 29; he hot 

(boot) his lippes Langl. 6, 67 f84j; 

biten Alis. 6436; pa scipen biten on pat 

sond La}. 1788; bitten f part. J Chauc. I. 

g. w. 2314; ibite Alis. 6438; comp. a-, 

for-, of biten; deriv. bite, bitel, biter, bait. 
biter, A. Sax. biter, O.lcel. bitr, O.II.Germ. 



bitere 



blsesen 



61 



biterer, from biten, hitter, st. gen. 3300 
8. s. ed. Web. 840; biter -pind Iwm. 1 
167; biter ine sinac ayenh. 82; bitter 
a. r. 302; napt bittres Kath. 1704 
bittere (bitere) swipen La^. 21247; -pid 
bittre besmen Mark. 6, 20; bitere, bit- 
tere, bittre fadv.J Langl. 3, 236 (240); 
bittrore fcompar.J spec. 00. 
biterbrowed, bitterbrowid Langl. o, 100 
(100). 
biterhede ayenh. 28. 

bitterliche Utterly, a. r. 364; bitterli 
Will 2083; bitterlukest (sioperl) h. 
m. 3d. 

bitere hiter; comp. bacbitere. 

biteniesse, A. Sax. biterness, hitterness, Shoreh. 
01; bitternesse a. r. 372. 

bitoiir. Fr. butor, hittern, Chauc. C. t. 6664 ; 
bittor Chest, pi. 1, 61. 

bitte see bite & butte. 

bitlreu^ A. Sax. biterian, mahe hitter, a. r. 
308; bitteret (pres.) horn. 1, 23. 

bivien, A. Sax. bifian, beofian, 0. L. Germ. 
bivon, 0. Fris. beva, 0. H. Germ, biben, 
tremhle; blvien, beovien, \iViS\QVLLa^.23630, 
26242 Sf 27718; bived (pres:) st. gen. 
2280. 

bhi^ A. Sax. blse, O.Icel. blar, O.Fris. blau, 

blaw, 0. H. Germ, blawer, Lat. flavus ? 

hla, lividus, pr. c. 6261; blaa Isumh. 

311; bio Hide, ties'. 1, 230; st. gen. 

637; spec. 86; Rich. 2644; Man. 173, 

28; pe water so bio Em. 318; as bio 

as led Town. myst. 224; bio (bloo) a- 

skes Langl. h 3,07 ; bloo ^Hividus', prompt. 

40; bloo "fulviis\ rel. ant. 1, 8; blodi 

and bloo lud. Cov. 336. 

bloerpe ^^argilld\ prompt. 40. 

blamon, O.Icel. blamadr, Moor, Marh. 

10, 27; blac as a bloamon (blamon) 

a. r. 236; of Ethiope he brohte pa 

bleomen La-^. 26380. 

blaberiii^ Ban. blabbre, hlahher, ^^hlaterare\ 
prompt, 37 ; pou blaberest Halliw. diet. 



180; pei blaberin lud. Cov. 164; i bla- 
berde Langl. a 6, 8. 

blac, A. Sax. blaec, 0. Dutch black, O.Icel. 
blakkr, hlach, niger. Lay 3070; a. r. 
234; Havel. 666; treat. 133; blak ''ni- 
ger, ater\ prompt. 38; Chauc. C. t. a 
2130; Mand. 61; k. T. 773; blak and 
bio spec. 68; pa blake clades La-^,. 
13102; blaccre (compar.) Marh. 10,' 27 . 
blakberye hlachherry, Halliw. diet. 180. 

blac, A.Sax.^Addc,, 0. Dutch black, O.HGerm. 
blacli, plach, O.Icel. hlokn., hlach (hleclc); 
blek ''atramentum\ prompt. 30. 

blac, A. Sax. blac, bl&c, O.L.Germ. blec, 
0. Icel. bleikr, 0. II. Germ, bleicher, from 
bliken, hleah (hlahe), pallidus, La'^. 10888; 
blac ant won spec. 74; blak ant. Arth. 
LI, 8; bloc a. r. 332; bleche ayenh. 63; 
bleik ''pallidus\ prompt. 30; Lidg. st. 
Th. 2332; weren for hunger grene and 
bleike Havel. 470. 

bla«l, A. Sax. blaed, O.L.Germ. blad, O.Icel. 
bJad, O.HGerm. blat, hlade, folium, la- 
mina; pat blad And. 12; blade Chauc. 
C. t. a 618; blade (dat.) Man. 10030. 

blattiii, i/. iZ. 6^^rM. blaten, Made, prompt. 37 . 

bladre, A. Sax. blsedre, blseddre, O.Icel. bla- 
dra, O.HGerm. blatra, from blawen, 
hladder (hledderj, vesica, pustula; blader 
rel. ant. 1, 100; bladder Chauc. C. t. 
12367; bleddre a. r. 282; Shoreh. 2; 
bleddere, bledder pi. er. 222; bleddir 
"vesica', prompt. 30; blore (ms. bloure) 
Toivn. myst. 62. 

blailreii, O.DutchhlsLderen (fronderej? blad- 
dirp (pres.) nug. poet. 66. 

h\m\f A. Sax. bleed, O.HGerm. plat, fro-m 
hlkwen, fame ; bleade (dat.) horn. 1, 07. 
blsedfaest (ms. blaedfaest) famous, Lay 
10100. 

bl«s, A. Sax. blses (?), M.H.Germ. bias, 
flatus; bles a. r. 82; windes bles misc. 
03; blase (dat.) Lay 27818. 

blseseii, A.Sax. bl^san (?), O.H.Germ. blasen, 



62 



blsest 



blaweri 



O.lcel. blasa, flare? he gaii to blasen 
out a soun Chauc. h. f. 1802. 

Wii'Si, A, Sax. bluest, 0. II. Germ, blast, 0. 
Icel. blastr, hlast: bemene bluest Lay 
19926; blest ayejih. 203; blast '\fiatus\ 
prompt. 38 ; treat. 136; spec. 106; Chauc. 
Troil. 2479; homes blast rel. ant. 1, 
223; winds blast s. a. c. XIV, 17; blaste 
/"dat.J JJrand. 19; comp. ponerblast. 

bi^sten^ A. Sax. bleestaii (?), blast, flatare; 
blaste Brand. 27 ; and gan to puffen and 
to blaste Chauc. h. f. 1866; he grunte 
and blaste p. I. s. XV, 99; blasten Ah's. 
6348; comp. ablasten. 

blseteii^ A. Sax. blsetan, 0. II. Germ, blazan, 
hleat; bletin ^^halare', promptt. 39; bhetej) 
fpres.J Orm. 1316. 

blatfen^ O.Dutch blaffen, stammer? wlaffes 
fpres.J voc. 173. 

blaffere stammerer, "traulus^', prompt. 37; 
wlaffere ayenh. 262. 

blaffoi'd^ 0. Dutch blaffart, '•'■trauJus', prompt. 
37. 

blake nigredo: biholden ever his blake & 
nout his hpite a. r. 282. 

blakiu^ A. Sax. blacian, llach, nigrare, prompt. 
38; blake]) fpres.J Shoreh. 155. 

blakicu^ A. Sax. blacian, O.lcel. bleikja, 0. 
n. Germ, bleichen, grow pale, Marh. 9, 
17; his neb bigon to blalden (blolde) 
Luy 19799; blaken 31an. 183, 18; blake 
avow. Arth. XV, 15; panne gan bleiken 
liere ble p. s. 341 ; hwenne pin heou blo- 
kep om'sc. 101 ; blakede fpret.J Lay 7524. 

blakuen llachen; blakne Havel. 2165. 

bhinie^ Fr. blame, blame, ayenb. 23. 

blameiij Fr. blamer, blame, a. r. 64; blame 
Marg. 200. 

blanc^ O.II.Germ. blancher, from blinken, 
blanh, nitidus, albus; blonc rel. ant. 1, 
37; his blonk sadel Gaw. 2012. 

blauchin^ Fr. blanchir, blanch, prompt. 38. 

bland^ A. Sax. O.lcel. bland, mixture: in 
bland together, Alex. 27 86; a. p. 2, 885. 



blauilcH; A. Sax. Goth, blandan, O.lcel. 
blanda, 0. II. Germ, blantan, inix : blonde 
hit with milke /. c. c. 24; blande f part. J 
Gaw. 1931. 

blaiiilcu^ O.Fr. blandlr, blandish, flatter? 
blonde]) fpres.J Shoreh. 73. 

bloiiderc fl%tter3r ? ayenb. 61. 

blaiike^ A. Sax. blanca, blonca, white for 
grey J horse; blonke ant. Arth. XLIII, 
2; lihted of eowre blanken Lay 5862. 

blanket^ Fr. blanchet, blanket, Beh. 1167. 

blarcn^ 0. Dutch blaren, blare f blare J; blorin 
'■\fiere\ prompt. 40. 

biase^ A. Sax. blaise, blaze, fl,amma. Lay 
2859; a. r. 254; Havel. 1254; Langl. 
b 17, 212; Chauc. Troil. 4853 ; pei set- 
ten al on blase Gow. 2, 244; blase, 
blese prompt. 39. 

biasiii blaze, ^\flammare\ prompt. 38; bren-- 
nen & blasen Langl. b 17, 232; vort 
al ])et hus blasie vord a. r. 296; biased 
f2)ret.J Alls. ed. SL 729. 

blasfemie^ Gr. pXaacpyj|iia, blasphemy, ayenh. 
57. 

blasouii; O.Fr. blason, blazon, Gaiv. 828. 

blast see bluest. 

blaweii, A. Sax. blapan, O.II.Germ. plaen, 
plahen, Lat. flare, blow, flare. Alls. ed. 
JVeb. 5630; blawen, blauwen, blowen 
Lay 790, 794 S^- 4462; blawe Havel. 
587; Lumb. 393; blaue ant. Arth. XXVI, 
5; bloapen a. r. 210; bio we Chauc. C. 
t. a 565; blowe & blaste Marg. 213; 
bragge or blowe f bluster J lud. Cov. 183; 
blaup fpres.J ayenb. 25; bostus and bla- 
wus avoiv. Arth. XXIII, 6; (hi) blawep 
aye7ib. 24; blowand f part. J Will. 3358; 
bleow fpret.J Alls. 185; bleou, bleu Lay 
808 Sf 1762; blew Rob. 13, 24; Langl 
b 5, 515; bleu Brand. 24; blu avow. 
Arth. XV, 6; bleowen (bleuwen) Lay 
5107 ; blawen f part. J pr. c. 685; Town, 
myst. 14; blowen Langl. 5, 18; s. s. 
ed. JVr. 2181; comp. ablawen. 



bleccben 



blet 



blccchen^ from blac, hlatk^ nigrare; iblaec- 
ched fpart:j La-^. 17700. 

hieche see blac. 

blecheii; O.Fr. blecier, }iurt, injure? hvanne 
me brecp oper blechep ... pe holi pin- 
ges ayenh. 40. 

blecheii^ A. Sax. blsecaii, from blac, bleach, 
albare, horn. 2, 67 ; pule a peob beon 
mid one patere pel ibleched a. r. 324. 

bled, A.Sax. bled, O.K. Germ, bluot, from 
bloweii, flowtr, sprout, herb: par never 
gras ne springp ne bled o. a. n. 1042; 
bleden (pi.) La^. 28832. 

bleddre see bladre. 

bleden, ^./S^/^. bledan, O.II.Germ.\A\\QtQ\\, 
from blod, bleed; blede Havel. 2403; 
Gow. 1, 188; bledde fpretj La\ 7523; 
a. r. 268; Langl. b 19, 103 ; his woun- 
des bledden Alt's. 6845; comp. bibleden. 

bleik see blac. 

bleine, A. Sax. blegen, Dan. blegn, O.Dutch 
bleine, blain, ^^papula\ prompt. 39; blein 
st. gen. 3027 ; bleine fdat.J Chauc. r. r. 
553; bleines fpl.J Wicl. exod. 9; pokkes 
and bleines Flor. 2024. 

blek see blac. 

blemisseii, O.Fr. blemir, blemish; blemishen, 
blemschin ^^obfuscare\ prompt. 39; al 
blemischid is thl ble Town. myst. 223. 

blench blench, dolus, r. s. 1, 4; a. p. 2, 
1202; blenke Man. 7034; blenches fpl.J 
0. a. n. 378. 

blenchen, A. Sax. blencan, O.Icel. blekkja, 
frotn blinken, blench, ccruscare, se vertere, 
decipere, horn. 1, 55; a vleih mei eilen 
pe & makien . pe to blenchen a. r. 276; 
ich am par and can pel blenche o. a. n. 
170; panne shaltou blenche at a berghe 
Langl. b 5, 589; his le gan blenche h. 
s. 3676; blinche a strok Beh 2172; 
blenke Man. 115, 18; blenchip fpres.J 
Lidg, m. p. 215; bleinte fpret.J Lay 
1460; Chauc. C. t. a 1078; fms. bleny- 
te) Rob. 338, 14; Tristrem bleint bl side 



Trist. 3, 44; pei lokede aboute & blein- 
te bihinde pe busch Will. 3111; comp. 

aetblenchen. 
blenden, A. Sax. blendan, O.II.Cerm. blen- 

den, from blind, blind, caecare; blende 

misc. 88; Langl. b 10, 129; Chauc. Troil. 

3056; blendep fpres.J ayenb. 33; blendep 

mannes heoi-te Orm. 4626 ; blende fpret.J 

La\ 29361; a. p. 2, 1788; comp. a-, 

for-, iblenden. 
blenden, A. Sax. blendan, from blanden, 

blend, miscere; blende Town. myst. 225; 

blende fpret.J Gaw. 1361; blent fpart.) 

1610. 
blenken see blinken. 
bleo, A. Sax. bleo, bleoh, O.L.Germ. 0. 

Fris. bli? blee f]blyj, cclor, Marh. 9, 16; 

spec. 33; hit . . . changep his bleo treat. 

139; bleo, bio o. a. n. 162 Sf 1547; 

blee Octav. 60; bright of blee Eglam. 

33; ble St. gen. 467; Will. 3083; a. p. 

1, 212; ^Tcwn. myst. 223; blie Shoreh. 

103; ones bles st. gen. 1725. 
bier, Germ, blerr? Gr. wb. 2, 107. 

blereyed blear-eyed, Hippus' , voc. 226; 
TVicl, levit. 21; blereighed Laiigl. b 17, 
324; bleried prompt. 39. 
bleren blear; blere Rich. 3708; p. 41, 2; 

jit schal 1 blere here ie Chauc. C. t. a 

4049; blered fpret.J Langl. prol. 71 

f74j; blerid' s. s. ed. Wr. 2962; blered 

fpart. J Chauc. r. r. 3912; Gaw. 963. 
bleren, M. II. Germ, bleren, "fiere\ prompt. 

40; blere pr. c. 2226; bleride fpret.J d. 

AHh. 782. 
bles see blses. 
bleschin, O.Dutch bleschen, == bileschin? 

cmp. O.L.Genn. leskiau, 0. II. Germ, le- 

scan, ^^extinguere\ prompt. 39; and dis 

fier blessede st. gen. 3803. 
blessien see bletsien. 
blet, A. Sax. bleat f miser? J, O.Icel. blautr 

f mollis J, O.Dutch blOt fnudusj, M.S. 

Germ. blO^ fnudusj, bleat, nudm, miser; 



64 



bleten 



blide 



blete (pi.) 0. a. n. 616; we habbed . . . 
moni £enne gode wifmon iworht to bletere 
widewe'Z«3. 23620; he maden here backes 
al so bloute als he(re) wombes Ravel. 
1910. 

bleten see blgeten. 

bletsien^ A. Sax. bletsian, 0. Icel. bl essa, from 
A. Sax. Goth, blotau, O.Icel. biota, O.II. 
Germ, plozan fsacrificarej, bless; bletseijen 
Lay 32157; blessen, blissen Chauc. C. 
t. a 3448; blisse lud. Cov. 60; blesse 
fpres. imper.J an. lit. 7 ; blesce pe . . . 
mid te eadie rode tocne a. r. 200; bles- 
sede fpret.J Roh. 338, 0; bliscede st. 
gen. 1546; blesseden Will. 106; bletsed 
(ms. blettsedd) f part. J Orm. 4826; bles- 
sed spec. 83 ; blissed Havel. 2873 ; comp. 
iblessien. 

bletsiiig hlessing, Orm. 10661; blessiuge 
Lay 13261; blissiuge ayenh. 97. 

bleit, A. Sax. blead, O.Icel. blaudr, O.L. 
Germ, bloth, 0. II. Germ, bloder, tveak, 
timid, st. gen. 2590; blffid Lay 18737 . 

bleyeu see bilgefen. 

blew^ A. Sax. bleo (?), blue, caeruleus, prompt. 
41; Trist. 3, 10; Chauc. C. t. 10093; 
blew as iiide Mand. 48; bleu c. I. 7 12. 

bliaiid^ O.Fr. bliaut, M.Iat. blialdus, a 
sort of rich stuff, or garment made of it, 
(ms. blihand) Trist. 1, 38; bleaimt Gaw. 
879 Sf 1928. 

blikeii^ A. Sax. blican, O.Icel. blika(?), M. 
a. Germ, blichen, shine, glitter: scheldes 
bliken (? ms. blikien) Lay 27360; deriv. 
blac. 

blikien^ O.Icel. blika, M. II. Germ, blickeii, 
shine, glitter: schal blikien scheiire pen 
pe sunne a. r. 362; hire bleo blikiep 
so briht spec. 52; blikede (pret.J Kath. 
2396; blikked Gaw. 429. 

blikneii^ O.Icel. blikna, shine, grow pale: 
bliknande perles a. p. 2, 1467; penne 
blikned pe ble 2, 1759. 

blind, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. blind, O.Icel. blindr. 



Goth, blinds, O.H.Germ. blinter, blind, 

caecus, Beh. 1695; sum blind mon o. a. 

n. 1237; pe blinde man Gow. 2, 210. 
. blindfellen blindfold, prompt. 40; blind- 
fellede (pret.J a. r. 106; misc. 45. 

blindhwarvien blind by winding round: 

his ejen weore blintwharved c. I. 1146. 

blindln, A.Sax. blindian (?), O.Icel. blinda, 

Goth, gablindjan, bliiid, caecare, prompt. 

40; blinde s. s. ed. Wr. 2994; comp. a- 

blinden. 
blluillim^e^ Germ, blindlings, Marh. 15, 27 . 
blinilnesse, A.Sax. blindness, blindness, prompt. 

40. 
blink, Ban. blink, blinh, glance; blinkes 

(pi.) test. Ores. 226. 
blinken, Butch blinken pret. blonk, Ban. 

blinke ^r^^. blinkede, blink, glance; hetore 

pi i3en hit blenkis- HaUiw. diet. 185; 

blenked (pret.) Gaw. 799; qvenne pe 

balefulle birde blenked on his blod ant. 

Arth. XL II, 4; deriv. blanc. 
blinnen see binder bi. 
biisclien see blnschen. 
blisse, A.Sax. bliss, bl'ids, f,om blide, bliss, 

Lay 858; Kath. 1723; a. r. 192; Orm. 

719; St. gen. 11; Belc. 689; Gow. 2, 

145; blisse, blis o. a. n. 420 §^ 1280; 

blis spec. 60; Alis. ed. Web. 2638; 

Trist. 2, 95; Chauc. C. t. b 33; to pere 

blisse misc. 37; blissene (gen. pi.) an. 

lit. 96. 

blisful blissful, Ifath. 1879; Will. 1055; 
Chauc. C. t. a 17; blisvol ayenb. 148. 
blissien, A.Sax. blissian, rejoice. Lay 19041; 

blissen Orm. 444; bliscen a. r. 360; 

blisse (pres. subj.) o. a. n. 47 8; pah 30 

blissen op prof Kath. 848; comp. i- 

blissien. 
blissien see bletsien. 
blister, 0. Butch bluister, blister; blistres 

(pi.) Chauc. ji. a. I. 408. 
blifte, A.Sax. blide, O.L.Germ. blidi, hli- 

thi, O.Icel. blidr, Goth, bleips, . 0. //. 



blif)e 



blubren 



65 



Germ, blider, blithe, laetus, hilaris, Lay 
1379; Kath. 1879; a. r. 348; hW^Q and 
fagen st. gen. 1343; blipe Orm. 668; 

0. a. n. 418; Rob. 114, 17; Havel 661; 
ayenh. 87; Alis. 443; blij)e bode ihc |)e 
bringe ass. 104; blipe stones Gaw. 162; 
blipe, blithe Chauc. C. t. a 846; blide- 
re fcompar.J Lay 16243. 

blideliche blithely, a. r. 68; blipellche 
Brand, o; bltideliche horn. 1, 31; Lay 
3304; blipelTche, blepeli Will. 819 Sf 
1144; blepeliche s. s. ed. Web. 503; 
bli])elike Ortn. 935 ; blipeli Man. 163, 4. 

blidemod blithe of mood, Lay 29701. 
bli|)e^ 0. Icel. blida fcomitas, laetitiaj ? a. p. 

1, 354; I. c. c. 36. 

blithiii; O.lcel. blida, O.R.Germ. bliden, 

^'■exhilarare', prompt. 40. 
blive see under lif. 
bid see bla. 
blobur^ blobir blobber, bulla, prompt. 40; 

see blubber. 
bloc see blac. 
bloti, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. blod, 0. 

Icel. blod, Goth, blop, O.H.Germ. bliiot, 

pluot, blood, sanguis, o. a. n. 1127 ; pat 

blodX«5. 23973; Orm. 1770; Rob. 172, 

16; Sarra dat faire blod st. gen. 1192; 

blood Wicl. John 6; bind Iw. 207 1; comp. 

heorteblod. 

blodgute effusio sanguinis. Lay 630. 

blodstream stream of blood; blodstremes 
fpl.J Lay 28359. 

blodwite ^^quite de sane espandu\ rel. ant. 
1, 33. 

blodwurt blood-wort, rel. ant. 1, 36. 
blode^eu^ A. Sax. (ge)blodegian, bloody, cru- 

entare; comp. biblode3ien. 
bloili^ A. Sax. blOdig, O.H.Germ. pluotager, 

bloody, a. r. 112; spec. 62; pr. c. 5261. 
blok, 0. Butch block, O.H.Germ. bloch, 

block, "truncus, codex \ prompt. 40; I. h. 

r. 141; blokkes fpl.J s. a. c. ed. Wr. 

LXVL 17. 



blokien see blakien. 

blome^ O.L.Germ. blomo, Goth, bloma, 0. 
Icel. blOmi, O.H.Germ. bluomo, from 
blOwen, bloom, ^^flos\ prompt. 40; Orm. 
10773; Havel. ^63; Flor. 686; Isumb. 
176. 

blomiii bloom, '^fiorere\ 'prompt. 40; Orm. 
10769; blomede (pret.) st. gen. 2061. 

blouc see blanc. 

blondeu see blanden, 

blore see bladre. 

bloreii see blaren. 

blose^ Swed. bloss (fiamma, fax)? a. p. 1, 
910. 

blostiiie^ A. Sax. blostma, O.Dutch blosem, 
blossom, flos, a. r. 192; o. a. n. 437 
rel. ant. 2, 8; fms. blosstme) Orm. 1928 
blosme spec. 26; Chatcc. C. t. a 3324 
prompt. 41; blostmen (pi.) a. r. 276 
blosmen a. s. 31; blosmes Langl. b 16, 
7 . 

blosmi fioreus, floridus, Chauc. p. f 183. 

blostmieu^ A. Sax. blostmian, blosso7n, flo- 
rere; blosme Wicl. ps. 71; blossemip 
fpres.) Chauc. C. t. 9336; blosmede f pret. J 
Langl. b 5, 140. 

blot blot, macula, a. p. 1, 7 81; fms. blott) 
Town. myst. 106; see plot. 

blottin blot, ^'■ohliterare', prompt. 41. 

blout see Met. 

blowe, O.Dutch blouwe, from O.H.Germ. 
bliuwan, Goth, bliggvan fverberare), blow, 
plaga; blowes fph) s. a. c. ed. IVr. LX, 
71. 

bloweii^ A. Sax. blopan, O.H.Germ. pluon, 
blow, flor ere; bio we rel. ant. 1, 262; 
Rob. 352, 13; blope o. a. n. 1133; bld- 
ped fpres.) a. r. 30; bleou (pret.) Lay 
2013; blOpe fpart.) o. a. n. 1636; comp. 
iblowen. 

blubber blubber, bubble, test. Ores. 192. 

blubren^ L.Germ. blubbern, blubber, bubble; 
blubrande fpart.) a. p. 2, 1017; pe bor- 
ne blubred Gaw. 2174. 

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66 



blu5en 



bod 



blu^eii^ A. Sax. bl^gan, 31. II. Germ, blugen, 

bliugen, terrere; comp. ablti^en. 
bluuder trouble, confusion, Gaw. 18; blun- 

dur Flor. 1330; blunder, blonder 'Town. 

myst. 30 Sf 98. 
blundren blunder: we blondren Chauc. C. t. 

12598; thou blondirs pi self en d. Arth. 

3975. 
blunt blunt, ^^hebes\ prompt. 41; a. p. 1, 

176; blunt & blind Orm. 16954. 
blusch blush, glance, Jos. 657 ; Gaw. 520. 
bluscheii^ A. Sax. blyscan (rutilare) Mone 

355,' blush, glitter, glance; \i\i%(M^ fpres.) 

Alex. 872; bluschande (part. J Gaw. 1819; 

blusched fpret.) a. p. 1, 979; the king 

blischit on the berin d. Arth. 116; blu- 
shed red Chauc. c. I. 1199. 
blusnen shine; blusnande, blisnande (part.) 

a. p. 1, 163 Sf 1404; blisned fpret. J 

1, 1047. 
blustren bluster; blustered fpret. J a. p. 2, 

886; blustroden Langl. b 5, 521. 
bo see be^en. 
bobancCj O.Fr. bobance, pomp, ostentation, 

p. I. s. XII, 45; bobaunce JFill. 1071; 

aiauc. a t. 6151. 
bobbe^ O.Icel. bobbi f nodus J? Kaldors. lex., 

bob, Gaw. 206; a bob of cheris Totvn. 

myst. 118; bobbis of grapes Halliw. diet. 

190. 
bobbin bob, ferire, I. h, r. 179; bobbed 

fpret.J 8. s. ed. Web. 2246; bobbiden 

rel. ant. 2, 45; bobbid f part. J Lidg. m. 

p. 261 ; see buffen. 
bobet ^^colaphus\ prompt. 41; see buffet. 
bobetin ^^colaphizare\ prompt. 41. 
boc, A. Sax. boc pi. bee, O.Icel. bok pi. 

bcekr ffagus, liber), Goth, boka pi. bokos 

/. (gtpXoc), O.Fris. bok y. boka, bok/. 

71., O.L.Germ. bok pi. bok n. f., O.II. 
' Germ, buoh, buoch pi. buoh n. fliber), 

book, liber, Orm. 599; spec. 41 ; peos bOc 

a. r. 12; bok, buk pr. c. 51 Sf 336 ; 

boke fdat.) Orm. 8932; Chauc. C. t. 



b 190; buke Iw. 1947; bee ftiom. ace. 

pi.) fragm. 8, 21; horn. 1, 101; bsec, 

boc (bokes) X^^. 53 Sf 7263; bokes Orm. 

5811; in opre bokes ffor boken) Kath. 

839; boken fdat. pi.) Lay 6298; on 

boken fragm. 6, 20; lered on boken .s-^. 

gen. 4; in boke o. a. n. 350. 

bocfel book-fell, parchment; bocfelle fjd.) 
Marh. 23. 2. 

bocilaered La^. 16915. 

bochus library; bochouse fdat) ayenb. 1. 

bocleden hom. 1, 107 . 

bocrune leiter. Lay 4496. 

bocstaf leiter, Orm. 4308 ; bocstaven face. 
pi.) Lay 7637. 

boctreop ^f((gus\ fragm. 3, 43. 
bocare, ^-^.xS.r^r. bocere, Goth, bokareis, book- 

■)nan, scholar; bocares fpl.) Lay 32125. 
bocc, 0. Fr. boce, boche, boss, bulla, umbo, 

prompt. 41 ; bos Chauc. C. t. a 3266 ; 

boche botch, "gibbtis'\ voc. 224; bohche, 

botche "'ulcus^\ prompt. 42; bocche Wicl. / 

levit. 13; Lidg. m. p. 31; boces fj)l.) 

Wicl. Is. 3; bocches Langl. b 20, 83. 
bocehen botcli; bocchin ^^sarcirent!', Wicl. 2 

paral. 34. 
bochere, Fr. boucher, butcher, prompt. 41 ; 

s. a. c. XIX, 7. 
bocberie, Fr. boucherie, butchery, ayenb. 64. 
bocle, 0. Fr. bocle, buckle, ^^pluscula\ prompt. 

41 ; spec. 35; ayenb. 236. 
bocler, O.Fr. bonder, buckler, clipeus, Chauc. 

C. t. a 112. 
bod, A.Sax. O.Fris. bod, O.Icel. bod, 0. 

II. Germ. j)ot, from beoden, bode, o^e:, 

command, message. Lay 8510 ^ 23407 ; 

pat ilche bod misc. 142; bode ^^nunciuni\ 

prompt. 41; Orm. 5255; st. gen. 395; 

Will. 2154; Rich. 3298; Trist. 2, 88; 

Chauc. p. f 343; Gaw. 1824; sende 

heast & bode Kath. 48; bode fdat.) a. 

r. 400 Sf 416; comp. 3ebod. 

bodword, O.Icel. boctord, command, mes- 
sage, Amad. ed. Web. 70; a. p. 2, 473; 



bode 



boie 



67 



Town. myst. 76; bodepord Orm. 7 ; bode- 
word ^^praeceptum\ ps. 2, 6; %t. gen. 
361; Man. 9810. 

h^AHy A.Sax. boda, O.L.Germ. bodo, O.JL 
Germ, poto, boto, messenger, Bich. 1369; 
Am. a. Amil. 1264; Man. 22, 8; boden 
fplj Z.> 4696. 

bodicn^ A. Sax. bodian, O.Fris. bodia, lode, 
7iu7itiare, Kath. 1481; he lette . . . his 
Clime bodien La^^. 23290; bodest fpres.J 
0. a. n. 1162; bode]) Gow. 1, 163; bo- 
died a. r. 212; bodeden (pret.j horn. 1, 
96. 

bodi^^ A. Sax. bodig, 0. II. Germ, boteh, po- 
tah, lody, carpus, Orm. 1666; bodi La^. 
4908; 0. a. n. 73; treat. 138; Percev. 
1166; bodie fdat.J Jiom. 1, 209; ayenh. 
72; bodies fpl.J Kath. 1444. 
bodilich hodily, ayenh. 72; 'ho^iliohQ Mand. 
281. 

bodiiiige^ A. Sax. bodiing, hoding, preaching, 
horn. 1, 91; bodinge Bob. 428, 16. 

bogleu haggle; bogelid (part.) Ilalliw. diet. 
969. 

bo^^ A. Sax. bog, boh (ramus, armusj, 0. 
Icel. bogr farmus, cortina pjrorae), 0. II. 
Germ, bnog f armusj, hough (how), ramus, 
ayenh. 17; bog st. gen. 608; bogh Iw. 
392; Triam. 410; b0u3 Brand. 9; bCu3 
or braunche '^ramus', WicJ. Mat. 24; 
bouh p. s. 341; pe bouh hpon he adea- 
dect a. r. 160; bough Chauc. C. t. a 
1980; bon s. s. ed. Wr. 610; bo3e, hope 
fdat.J 0. a. n. 16 8f 126; boshes fpl.) 
Orm. 10002; hopes a. r. 30; bowes 
Will 23; bo wis Wicl Mark 11; boes 
ant. Arth. Ill, 13; hughes pr. c. 680. 
boullne how-line, Man. 12061. 
hbw^^xQt how-sprit, Man. 12061. 

b63? 

bo3sam, A.S^x. bocsum (?), O.Dutch 
bogsam (booghsaem), ohedient, ayenh. 59; 
bOwsom Iw. 1156; bousom pr. c. 85; 
bOxom m. h. 54. 



bo3samnesse ohedience, ayenh. 33; boc- 
somnesse Rob. 234, 5. 
ho^Cf A. Sax. 0. Fris. boga, 0. L. Germ. 0. 

II. Germ, bogo, 0. Icel. bogi, from bu3en, 

how, arcw, ayenh. 46; boge st. gen. 483; 

bo3e, bowe La->,. 1463 Sf 6471; hope 

a. r. 260; bowe Chauc. C. t. a 108; 

bowe, bouwe Wicl. prov. 20; comp. el-, 

rein-, sadelbo3e. 

bowedraught Mand. 240. 
bojcre howyer; bow3ere ^'arcuarius\ prompt, 

46; bo were voc. 196. 
bo^ieu^ 0. L. Germ, bogian, 0. Dutch bogen, 

how, flectere; bo3e a. p. 1, 196; bo3e 

fro pis benclie Gaw. 344; bowe s. s. ed. 

Wr. 2636; bo3ed fpret.) Gaw. 481; 

David bo wide fto ])e face of Saul "dccli- 

navit David a facie SauV , Wicl. 1 kings 

19; boweden here hedes Mand. 235; 

summe beouweden speren Lay 22297; 

iboued (part.) treat. 139; comp. abo3ieii. 
bo^icii^ O.i^m. bogia, A.Sax.\)Vi^\^i\'i from 

buaii ? halitarc, manere? lieou longe wult 

pu beo3ie abiiten 'pissere bur3e Lay 

29233; Breiines ])er bo3ede f second text 

abod) 6974. 
bo^t, Dutch bogt. Ban. Swed. bugt, from 

DU3en, flexura, sinus; bought Tor. 668; 

of peose bought was heore croune Alis. 

4712. 
boidekiii^ bodokin, Welsh bidogyu? hodkin^ 

suhula, prompt. 42; boidekin Cham. C. 

t. a 3960. 
boileu, Fr. bouillir, hail, Gow. 2, 265; 

boile, buile "scatere", Wicl exod. 16; 

boillede fpret.) Marg. 247. 
boist, O.Fr. boiste, hex, Iw. 1836; Mand. 

86; bustes, boistes fpl) a. r. 226. 
boistous^ Welsh bwystus, rough, rude, Chauc. 

C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 17160; Lidg. m. p. 91; 

boistois ayenh. 103; buistous Wicl. Mat. 

9. 
boie, 0. Dutch boeve, M. II. Germ, buobe ? 

see Gr. wh. 2, 457, hoy, pu^r, Horn ed. 



68 



bok 



boni 



Lum. 101 o; s. s. ed. Weh. 960; mil 

464; boye Langl. proJ. 77; boyes fpl.J 

Havel 1899; Bek. 79. 
bok see boc. 
bokeram^ O.Fr. bouqueran, hucJcram, prompt. 

42. 
boket hucTcetj ^^situla\ prompt. 42; rel ant. 

1, 9; Chauc. C. t. a 1633. 
bokieu^' A. Sax. bocian, looJi; bOke Halliw. 

(lid. 192; iboked (ms. ibocked) a. r. 168. 
bol^ O.Dutch bol, O.Icel bolr, biilr, hole, 

truncus; bole fdat.J Gaiv. 766; a. p. 2, 

622; boles fplj Halliw. did. 193. 

boleax, O.Icel boloxi, dolahra, rel ant. 
2, 176; bulaxe Orm. 9281; boleaxes 
fplj Octcv. 1039. 

? biilrische bulrush, prompt. 244. 

bolwerk, 0. Dutch bolwerk, bulwark, Lidg. 
m. p. 237 . 
bolacc hullace; bolaces (pi) Will 1809. 
bold, A. Sax. O.Fris. bold, house, Lay 7094; 

Kath. 1664; misc. 96; Rob. 116, 1; 

boldes fplj Mapes 343. 
bold see beald. 
bole see bule. 
bol^ieii^/rti^^? bohipect, bolejed, holYiQ^fpres.J 

a. r. 214. 
bolk bolh, ructus; bolke fdat.J Langl b 6, 

397. 
bolkiii, A. Sax. bealcian? bolk, ^'ructare', 

prompt. 43; bolkede out "erudavit'\ Wicl. 

wisd. 19; see belken. 
bolle, A. Sax. 0. Fris. bolla, 0. Icel bolli, 

O.Dutch boUe, O.II.Germ. poUa, from 

bellen? boll f bowl J, globus, lanx, cyathus, 

voc. 199; prompt. 43; Horn ed. Lum. 

1123; Langl 6, 213 f369j; Chauc. C. 

t. 13138; a. p. 2, 1146; Lidg. m. 

p. 62; pene boUe La-^. 14994; pe bolle 

of pe popi Halliw. diet. 193; bollen 

fplj La\ 19781; treat. 138; comp. 

flax-, protebolle. 
bollen, O.Dutch bollen? smite, swell: mi 

breste bollep Langl. a 6, 99; whiche 



man boiled pe Halliw. did. 193; bollid 

Hnflati\ Wicl 1 Cr. 6. 
boiling swelling: boiling- of heore wombes 

Langl 6, 218 f7, 2U4j. 
bolnin, Dan. bolne, O.Icel bolgna? swell, 

^^tumere", prompt. 43; bolne fpres.J Gaw. 

612; Town. myst. 197; al mi bodi bol- 

neth Lmgl b 6, 119; bolnede fpret.J 

Man. 8204; bolned a. p. 2, 363; bol- 

nid f part. J Wicl 1 Cor. 6. 
bolninge swelling, prompt. 43. 
bolstir, A. Sax. bolster, 0.1ce\ bolstr, 0. 

H.Germ. bolstar, bolster, culcitra, prompt. 

43; bolstar voc. 178; bolstre fdat.J r. 

s. V, 90. 
bolstren, Germ, bolstern, polstern, bolster; 

bolsterid fpart.J Lidg. m. p. 200. 
bolt, A. S'jx. 0. Dutch bolt, 0. H. Germ, bolz, 

bolt, sagitta, pessulum, voc. 196 Sf 27 8 ; 

rel ant. 1, 183; p. I s. XIX, 64; 

Chauc. C. t. a 3264 ; lud. ( ov. 136. 
bon see ban. 
bond see band. 
bonde, A. Sax. bonda, O.Icel bondi, from 

binden? "servus^\ prompt. 43; Trist. 1, 

89; Mire 1620; an olit bondeX«). ^16291; 

pral and bonde Chauc. C. t. 7242; ba- , 

rouns, burgeis & bonde Will 2128; 

comp. Msbonde. 

bondeman bond-man, o. a. n. 1677; Havel 
32; Bek. 662; Langl. b 6, 194 f2869j. 
bone see bane. 
bone, O.Icel bon, boijn, precatio, a. r. 234; 

Kath. 611; Orm. 7606; Brand. 30; 

Will 1096; 8. s, ed. Wr. 646; Gaw. 

327; Tor. 1678; avow. Arth. XIII, 16; 

peos bone Jul 30; bone, boone Chauc. 

C. t. a 2269; boone Eglam. 101; bone 

fdat.J La-^. 14912; bone fnom. pi J Aud. 

72; bonen fdat. plj a. r. 142. 
bonen pray; bone fpres.J Orm. 6223; bo- 
ned fpart.J 694. 
boni, 0. Fr. bugne, bunny fboinej, Humor \ 

prompt. 43. 



bonk 



bot 



69 



bonk see bank. 

lioiinicii see bannen. , 

bor, A. Sax, O.Icel. bor, hore, terebra, mir. 
pL 142. 

bor see bar. 

bord, A. Sax. bord w. ftahida, clipeus^ mar- 
go J, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. bord m. (tabula^ 
cHpeus, mar go J, Goth, baurd w. (tabula J, 
O.Icel. bord n. (tabula, clipeus, mar go, 
oraj, 0. II. Germ, bort m. (mar go, o.a), 
hoard, tabula, mensa, clipeus, ora clipei, 
margonavis, Lay 20935, 22912 S^^ 22903; 
Orm. 1096; Beh 691; Havel 1722; AUs. 
1210; Wicl. exod. 23; pet bord ayenb. 
167; the theef fel over bord Chauc. C. 
t. b 922; biird Amad. ed. Robs. LXVI, 
1; borde (dat.) a. r. 324; o. a. n. 479; 
Gaw. 481. 
bordclod rel. ant. 1, 129. 

bordc^ O.Icel. bordi (tapes J, 0. II. Germ. 
borto (limbusj? on brode silkin borde 
Gaw. 610. 

bordel^ Fr. bordel, Irothel, p. I. s. XXI, 
92; Wicl. levit. 19. 

bordure^ Fr. bordiire, border, prompt. 44; 
Chauc. Boet. 50; bordoure d. Arth. 4211. 

bore, O.Icel. bora, bore, ^^ foramen', prompt. 
44; m. h. 57. 

boriii, A. Sax. borian, O.Icel. bora, O.II. 
Germ, boron, bore, terebrare, prompt. 44; 
bore (pres.J fragm. 4, 39; borien (subj.J 
Kath. 1949; boriinde (part.) ayenb. 66. 

bor^, A. Sax. borg, borh, M. II. Germ, bore, 
from berjen, borrow, cautio, mutuum: 
por;^ borj and 3emer 3eld Shoreh. 113; 
pe eorl Adionard . . . walde heore borh 
beon La\ 11913; borgh, borw, borwgh, 
boru3 Langl. 4, 76 (89 J; borgh (ms. 
borghe) Town. myst. 231; borwgh Rich. 
3259; borw, borow (ms. borwe, borowe) 
"W, prompt. 45; borow '^obses'\ rel. 
ant. 1, 9; borwe (dat. J Langl. b 14, 
190; have her mi faith to borwe Chauc. 
C. t. 11546; boreges (pl.J hom. 2, 17; 



borwes Langl. 1, 7 5 (77 J; Am. a. Amil. 

899; borewes Bek. 585. 
borj see bur3. 
bor^ieii, A.Sax. borgian, O.II.Germ. borgen, 

O.Icel. borga, borrow, cavere, mutuari: tO 

bor3e him fram (h)arme La->,. 21268'"'; 

borwe AUs. 1243; Chauc. C. t. b 105; 

to borewen us alle he wes ibore spec. 

25; US alle from bale to borowe mir. pi. 

149; ever ich . . . borupe et tisse vra- 

kele porlde so lutel so heo ever mei a. 

r. 204; bor3ep ayenb. 36; borwede, bor- 

wed (pret.J Langl 6, 101 (7, 92j; bor- 

wed Will 1/05; borwid (part. J IIoccl 
• I, 369; iborwed c. I 822. 
boi^iiige borrowing; borwinge ^^mutuatio\ 

prompt.- 44. 
borne see burne. 
boru, borw see bor3 & bur3. 
borwien see bor3ien. 
bos, A.Sax. bos (?), L.Germ. bos, O.Icel 

bass, Goth, bansts? boose, stahulum, (ms. 

bose) Hostar\ voe. 235; boos "bostar^ 

bucetut?i\ prompt. 41. 
boseni, A.Sax. bosm, O.L.Germ. bosom, 

O.II.Germ. buosum, buosem, bosom, sinus, 

prora, Orm. 19391; m. h. 125; bosum 

a. r. 146; st. gen. 2809; a. p. 3, 107; 

bosom Chauc. C. t. 7575; bosme (dat, J 

La"^. 14984; ayenb. 163; boseme a. r. 

146; bosmes (pi J Lay 7849. 
bosine, 0. Fr. bosine, busine, Lat. bticina, 

trumpet, ayenb. 137 . 
bosse see boce. 
bost, Welsh host, Gael, bosd? boast, jacta- 

tio, gloria, Rob. 209, 20; ayenb. 71; 

Will 1141; worldes host spec. 94; boost 

strepitus? Langl. 9397 . 
bosten, Welsh bostiaw, Gael bosd ? boady 

jactare, gloriari, Langl. h 2, 80; boste & 

blowe transact. 18, 25; bostep (pres.J 

Chauc. C. t. 7254. 
boster boaster, d&p. R* 11, 1. 
bot, Brxteh bot (obtusm)? bot forke spec, 110. 



70 



bot 



bourdes 



bot see bat. 

bote, A.S'ix. O.Icel. bot, 0. Fns. bote, 0. 

L. Germ. Goth. l)ota, 0. H. Germ, biioza, 

hoot, emendatio, 7'eparatio, Lay 21926; 

0. a. n. 688; Ravel. 1200; Rob. 448, 

W; Rich. 3086; ant. Arth. XVI, 0; pat 

is bote of alle bale Amad: ed. Robs. 

XVII, 10; vor3ived bam hore gultes 

hpon heo bam iknoped and biboted bote 

a. r. 430; til ure saple bote Orm. 2602; 

do bote WiU. 1378; bote, boote Chauc. 

C. t. a 424; to bote (boote) insuper, 

LangJ. b 14, 268; biite Min. 1; comp. 

dsed-, sunbote. 

])otles bootless, Will. 134. 
bote, O.Icel, boti, Germ, bosze, boot, '■^ocred\ 

vcc. 107; prompt. 45; botes fpl.J Mand. 

250. 
botel, A. Sax. botl, O.L.Germ. bodl? bottle, 

aedes; botle fdat.J Orm. 2788. 
botel, O.Fr. bottel? bottle, fasciculus: a bo- 

tel bei Chauc. C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 16063. 
botelle, Fr. bouteille, bottle, lagena, prompt. 

45; botel lud. Cov. 138. 
botelere, Fr. bouteiller, butler, voc. 257; 

boteler Wicl. genes. 40. 
boteiii see bopem. 
boteu, Sivid. bota, from bote, boot, emenda- 

re; bote Am. a. Amil. 2340; it boted 

not h. L. 66; be was botid of meldle 

care Eglam. 188. 
botiieit amend, repair; botned fpres.J Kath. 

2523; botnede f2n^et.J p. I. s. XII, 151; 

chron. Engl. 768; botned f part. J Will. 

1055; bootned Langl. 4181. 
botiiiiige amendment, Shoreh. 96. 
botoii, O.Fr. boton, button, voc. 238; bo- 

toun ayenb. 86. 
botte see batte. 
b6|)e, M. II. Germ, buode, booth, taberna, 

prompt. 46; Orm. 15817; ayenb. 215; 

p. 45, 11; Gow. 3, 281; a. p. 3, 441; 

bopes fpl.J Alis. 3457. 
boite .'■:ee bade. 



bojiel buddle, chrysanthemum? bopul, bothil 

^^vaccifiia^ prompt. 46. 
bo|)em, A. Sax. botm, 0. L. Germ, bodom, 

O.II.Ge.m. bodem, O.Icel. botn, bottom 

(bithom, bodom), fundus, roc. 159; Jos. 

15; Gaw. 2145; a. p. 3, 144; bopum 
. s. s. ed. Wr. 809; botum, botem fms. 

botme), botim ^fundus, glomus', prompt. 

45; botme (dat.) ayenb. 140; Giw. 1, 

108; Cha-M. a t. 13249; Mand. 52; 

Rarten. 4480. 
bouelle, O.Fr. bouelle, boiuel, ''viscus\ vcc. 

247; bonele Gow. 2, 265. 
bouge see bulge.. 
bou) see bo3. 
bou^eu see bu3eu. 
bouk see biic. 
boiikeu, O.imtch buiken, M. II. Germ, bii- 

chen, buck fbouhj, lixivio incoquere, Langl. 

b 14, 19; bouke rel. a}it. 1, 108. 
boule, Fr. boule, howl, globus, prompt. 46. 
buuude, A.S'x. bunda, a m^n bmnd to an 

estate, serf, s. s. ed. Web. 582; Arth. a. 

Merl. 691; see bonde. 
bouude, O.Fr. bonde, bonne, bound, limes, 

Gow. 3, 92; boundes fpl.J ayenb. 206; 

Chauc. C. t. 7922; bunnen fdat. pi. J 

Icy 1313. 
bouiieUj from buen? prepare, Jos. 414; 

bonne fpres. suhj.J m. Arth. 3257 . 
bouute, Fr. bonte, bounty, Chauc. C. t. b 

1664, 
boiir see bur. 
bourtl, 0. Fr. bebourd, bobourt, Roquef. gloss. 

1, 144, Biez wb. 37 , sport, johe, Chauc. 

C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 17030; bourde fdat.J 

Gaw. 1409; pe bourdes and pe trufles 

ayenb. 58. 
bourtleu, O.Ir. bourder, behourder, sport j 

johe; bourde fpres.J Chauc. C. t. 14193; 

bourded fpret.J Gaw. 1217; bourdinge 

f part. J Langl. b 15, 40. 
bourdes, O.Fr. behordeis, tournament, Will. 

1477. 



bouwen 



braid 



71 



bouwen see bfl^en. 

bowe see bo3e. 

box, A.S-jx. box, O.TI.Germ. buhsa, Gr. 

Ti6^tC, ^oXy Rol. 466j 7; Chaue. C. t. a 

4390. 
box, A. Sax, box, Lat. buxus, Gr. uu^o;, 

boxtree Chauc. C. t. a 1302. 
box box, ^^ala'p%\ prompt. 46; Chauc. I. g. 

w. 1384; d. Arth. 1111. 
brae, A. Sax. (ge)br8ec, O.Icel. brak, O.H. 

Germ, (ge)breh, noise, fragor, Orm. 1178. 
brace, O.Fr. brace, hrace, hrachimn, Mand. 

15; "unms'\ prompt. 46. 
braceu, O.Fr. bracier, brace: in armes for 

to brace IlalUw. diet. 203; brace it in 

irine d. Arth. 1182; ibraced f part. J Jos. 

265. 
brache, 0. Fr. brache, 0, H. Germ, bracho, 

hrachj hmiting-dog, rel. ant. 1, 151; bra- 

ches fpl.j Gaw. 1142. 
brad, O.H.Germ. prat, prart (or a)? hrad, 

^^acideus\ roc. 234; see brerd & brod. 
briid, A. Sax. brad, 0. L. Germ. 0. Fris. bred, 

Goth, braids, O.Icel. breictr, O.H.Germ. 

breiter, hroad fhraad, hraidj, hitus, La^. 

15898; Orm. 3431; s. s. ed. Weh. 2784; 

Iw. 163; Percev. 269; avow. Arth. Ill, 

15; brod a. r. 102; Havel. 1647; Tor. 

1252; brood Chauc. C. t. a 155; pat 

blOd stod al a brod Hob. 261, 19; her 

winges bope a brod she spradde Gow. 2, 

105; and held hir lappe a brod Chauc. 

C. t. 10755; a brood Langl. 9031; 

Mand. 45; bradder fcotnpar.J Rob. 43, 

4; bradder, brOddere ^Hatior\ Wicl. Amos 

6. 

brodarwe ^^catapulta\ prompt. 53. 

broodaxe ^^dolahra\ prompt. 53. 
bradien, A. Sax. brfidian, Goth, braidjan, 

O.Icel. breida, O.H.Germ. breiten, bra^e, 

dilatare; broden dep. B. 13, 2; brOdes 

fpres.J Alis. ed. Sh. 122; ibroded (part.) 

0. U. n. 1312. 



brade, A. Sax. brsedu, 0. Fris. brede, Goth. 
braidei, O.H. Germ, breiti, breed fhredej, 
latitudo, Lay 21995; brede prompt. 49; 
0. a. n. 174; ayenb. 105; Gow. 2, 388; 
Mand. 117; Chauc. C. t. a 1970; Wicl. 
genes. 6; ant. Arth. XLV, 13; al abou- 
te on brede pei spredde Rich. 4434; pe 
knight ligges per on brede Percev. 797; 
in breede and lengpe Lidg. m. p. 98; 
breade a. r. 102. 

brsedeu, A. Sax. brsedan, bread, dilatare; 
breden La'i,. 14283; bredin prompt. 49 ; 
brede a. p. 1, 813; braddo fpret.J Jos. 
642; Gaio. 1928; hordes heo brsedden 
IkP). 18523; comp. abrseden. 

brag, Dan. brag? brag, jactatio, p. I. s. 
XXIX, 92; Degrev. 231. 

brag brag, gloriosus, siiperbus: pat makep 
lis so brag and bolde S2)ec. 24; wordes 
bragge Shoreh. 110; hi schulde nou5t 
bereu hem so bragg(e) pt^- <^'^' ^06; brag- 
gest fsuperl.J Will 3048. 

braggeii. Ban. brage? Welsh bragiaw, Ir. 
bragaim? brag, crepure, jactare: he bostep 
and braggep Langl. b 13, 281; whanne 
pe voice of pe trompe ... in joure 
eeris braggip IVicl. Josh. 6; braggede 
fpret.J d. Arth. 3657. 

braggere bragger, Langl. 6, 156 (7 , 142). 

bragot, brake fc, Welsh bragawd (a liquor 
made of ale and mead fermented together J 
Owens diet., Ir. bracat fmalt liquor) 0' 
Reillys diet., bragget, Chauc. C. t. a 3261. 

braid, A. Sax. braegd, bregd, O.Icel. bragd, 
from breiden, braid, nexus, tortus, jactus, 
dolus, Gow. 2, 21; Chauc. I. g. w. 1164; 
Tor. 1611; he abod moni a bitter braid 
transact. 18, 24; sch5 braid hit a doun 
at on braid s. s. ed. Wr. 483; pat was 
a peves braid Man. 164, 3; breid Rob. 
22, 15; Ipom. 1834; he went to pe 
uscher in a breide CI 448; brede fpl?) 
La^. 30392; ivele breides rel. ant. 7, 
218; comp. upbreid. 



72 



braiin 



bread 



braiin^ O.Fr. braire, hray, %arrire\ prompt. 

47; braie 3Ian. 3488; braien fpres.J 

Gaw. 1163; braiinde (part. J ayenh. 73. 
braiin^ O.Fr. breier, hray, ^^pinsere, tereri'\ 

prompt. 47. 
brain^ A. Sax. brsegen, 0. Butch bregeii, 0. 

Fris. brein, Irain, cerehrum, La"^. 1468; 

treat. 138; brein Beves 1068. 

brainlcs brainless, prompt. 47 . 

brainpanne brain-pan, Mand. 234. 
brake j 0. Dutch brake, Swed. braka? from 

brekeii, htYihe, ^^rupa, vibra\ voc. 217 Sf 

276. 
brakcii^ brakin, Swed. brakeu, brake fhrackenj, 

''filix, voc. 191 Sf 226: a. p. 2, 167 o; 

brake roc. 156; prompt. 47 ; lud. Cor. 22. 
brakiiij 0. Dutch braken, 0. Icel. braka ? ^^ vo- 
mer e\ prompt. 47 . 
bralleii^ Germ, brallen, Dan. bralle, clama- 

re; bralle Town. myst. 91. 
braiiie^ 0. Dutch brame, 0. H. Germ, brama, 

bream, Hribulus, vepres\ voc. 192. 
braiiche, O.Fr. branche, branch, ^^ramus\ 

prompt. 48; brandiis fpl.j Rob. 193, 6. 
brandy A. Sax. O.Fris. brand, brond, 0. 

Icel brandr, 0. H. Germ, brant, from brin- 

nen, brand, titio, ensis, avow. Arth. XIV, 

6; Toivn. ynyst. 71; ])ene brand (brond) 

iff^. 7544; brond horn. 1, 81; Kath. 

2395; mi8c. 154; Will. 1244; brandes 

(pi.) Percev. 774; brondes a. r. 368; 

Chauc. C. t. a 2338; comp. furbrand. 

brandripe, O.Icel. brandreicl, A. Sax. brand- 

reda? O.II.Germ. brandreita? brandr eth, 

Hripus'', voc. 232. 
braiidieii^ O.Dutch branden, brand; brondin 

^^ cauteri%are\ prompt. 53. 
brandisseii^ Fr. brandir, brandish; brandis- 

sende (part.) Will. 2322. 
braiiken^ M. H. Germ, brangen, prangen ? 

branl, superbire? brankand stedez d. Arth. 

1861. 
brant, A. Sax. brant, O.Icel. brattr, brant, 

ardMm, Alex. 3649. 



bras, A. Sax. bra;s, brass, '^aes", prompt. 

47; Orm. 17417; st. gen 467; treat. 

136; breas, bres Jul. 30 Sf 31 ; bres 

fragm. 4, 41; a. r. 216; ayenb. 203. 
brase^ O.Swed. brasa, O.Dutch brase, pru- 

na: in brasse and in brinstone ant. 

Arth. Xr, 6. 
braseii^ A. Sax. braesen, brasen, aereus, Alls. 

5585; pat brasene neddre Or^n. 17424. 
brasicrc brasier, (faher) ^'■aerarius', prompt. 

47. 
brastlien^ A. Sax. brastlian; M. II. Germ. 

brasteln, brastle, crepare, La^. 26970; 

sceldes brastleden 27463. 
brat, A. Sax. bratt(?), brat, pallium? Chauc. 

C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 16349. ■ 
bra|>, O.Icel. braclr, hasty, violent, Orm, 

7164; brop Gaw. 2233; brOpe (pi.) a. 

p. 2, 1409. 

bropiiche hastily, violently, Mapes 343; 
bropli Man. 166, 12; Fercev. 2123. 
bra|)C, O.Icel. brad, violence, (ms. brapf)e) 

Orm. 4561. 

bra])eful violent: bropefulle wordes Man, 
55, 28. 
brauii, O.Fr. braon, [O.Dutch brade], brawn, 

''Hacertus, pulpa\ prompt. 48; neiper ba- 
con ne braun Langl. 8219; ful big he 

was of braun and ek of bones Chauc. G. 

t. a 546; braunes Hacertos', Wicl. Job 

22; braunes harde and stronge Chauc. C. 

t. a 2135. 
brawliii, O.Dutch brabbelen, brawl, ^^jurga- 

re', prompt. 48; he brawles him (gloria- 

tur) for his brighte wedes d. Arth. 1349. 
brawlere, 0. Dutch brabbeler, brawler, prompt. 

48. 
brawlinge, O.Dutch brabbelinge, brawling, 

^^jurgium\ prompt. 48; braulinge Langl. 

b 15, 233. 
bre see brew. 
bread, A. Sax. bread, O.Fris. brad, O.L, 

Germ, brod, O.Icel. brand, O.II.Germ. 

brot, bread, panis, a. r. 192; Shoreh. 30; 



brech 



breken 



73 



pis bread horn. 1, 241 ; bread, briad a- 

yenh. 110; brsed Ortyi. 996; breed spec. 

104; Chauc. C. t. a 341; bred r. s. 

VII, 42; Brand. 6; pat bred misc. 40. 

breadlep panarium, st. gen. 2078. 
brech^ A. Sax. O.Fris. brec, O.Icel. brok 

pi. broekr, 0. II. Germ, bruoch, pruoh, 

hreech {breeches J, a. r. 420; Beh. 260; 

Langl. 2822; breech 3Iand. 2dO; brech, 

brek Hraccae\ prompt. 48; hrek.voc. 238; 

Iw. 1770; Man. 161, 13; brechen fdat. 

pi.) Lay 16749; breke Lidg. m. p. 114. 

brechgerdel ayenh. 205. 
breche, O.Fris. breke, from breken, Ireach, 

fractio, fractura, Alis. 2168; Gow. 2, 

138; (= bruche?) Shoreh. 133; camp. 

schipbreche. 
breche^ breke, A. Sax. (£ep-, pider)breca, 0. 

II. Germ, (hus)prehho, one who hreahs; 

comp. sew-, sptisbreche, wedbreke. 
breche, M. II. Germ, brache, breach, ager no- 

valis? 0. a. n. 14. 
bred, A. Sax. 0. Dutch bred, 0. H. Germ. 

bret, bred, tabula, prompt. 48; nailid on 

a -bred of tre rel. ant. 1, 63; brede 

(dat.) 0. a. n. 965; a. p. 3, 184. 

bredchese prompt. 48. 
brede, A. Sax. breede (assatura) voc. 27, 0. 

II. Germ, brato, prato (assatura) Graff^s 

sprsch. 3, 285, from breden, roast meat, 

Lay 30583; p. I. s. Fill, 73; o. a. n. 

1630; spec. 27; avow. Arth. XXXI, 15; 

bredes fpl.J Alls. 5249. 
brede see brsede. 
bredeu see breiden. 
breden, A. Sax. brsedan, O.H.Germ. braten, 

praten pret. priat, roast, assare, La^. 

25986; brede r. s. V, 200; Rich. 1493; 

bret fpres.J hom. 1, 53; brede (imper.) 

I. c. e. 25; [bredde f pret. J Lay 30584; 

bredden Arth. a. Merl. 7305]; brede 

fpart.j Rich. 3613; [brad Gaw. 891; 

bred st. gen. 3147; ibred misc. 54]. 
breden, A. Sax. bredan (?), O.H.Germ. bruo- 



ten, from brod, breed, fovere; brede spec. 
101; bredep fpres.J Rob. 177, 2; Langl. 
b 11, 339; breded, bret a. r. 200 f 
222; bredde f pret. J o. a. n. 101. 

breden see brseden. 

bref, O.Fr. bref, brief, brief, s. s. ed. Wr. 
3213; Man. 939. 

bre^e see brewe. 

breid see braid. 

breiden, ^./S^'a;. bregdan, bredan, O.L.Germ. 
bregdan, O.Fris. breida, brida, O.Icel. 
bregda, brigda, 0. H. Germ, brettan ? braid 
(bread), torquere, nectere, stringere, hom. 
1, 201; breiden ane crune a. r. 124; 
breden verliche a dun 222; a gret ok 
he wolde breide a doun as it a smal 
3erde were Rob. 22, 7; breid (pret.) a. 
r. 280; breid he ... a sweord Lay 
1548; pe king hine breid (feigned) S£ec 
6667 ; he breid (took) . . . efter his al- 
deren 6895; braid Iw. 3248; avow. 
Arth. XLIII, 9; of his slep an on he 
braid (started) Havel. 1282; and brud- 
den (drew) up Baldolf i«5. 20335; [brai- 
ded Alis. 5856; Isicmb. 104]; broaden 
(part.) Mapes 339; broiden o. a. n. 645; 
broidin ^^laqueatus\ prompt. 53; [broided, 
brouded Chauc. C. t. a 1049]; comp. a-, 
set-, for-, i-, to-, urn-, up-, tit-, wid- 
breiden; deriv. braid, brud. 

brek, A. Sax. (gejbrec, (ge)brece, brech (hrachj, 
fractura, Alis. 2168^'; Man. 14662; bre- 
ke prompt. 49. 

brekil brichle, ^fragilis\ prompt. 1 7 7; Town. 
myst. 101; see bruchel. 

breken, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. brecan, O.Fris. 
breka, Goth, brikan, 0. II. Germ, prechan, 
brechen, brealc, frangere, a. r. 242; st. 
gen. 3147 ; breke ayenb. 52; Maud. 228; 
brekest (pres.) Orm. 1548; brekep treat. 
136; braec, brae (pret.) Lay 1558 Sf 
10978; brae p. I. s. VIII, 93; st. gen. 
3100; brak Iw. 3778; Chauc. C. t. a 
1468; Wicl. numb. 11; brak, brek Rob. 

10 



74 



brekere 



breost 



22, 16 Sf 126, 12; brec horn. 1, 171; 
Mark. 6, 21; brek ayeuh. 16; pu breke 
Lay 6037; (heo) breken Lay 27306; 
ay en'. 64; Alts. 6891; s. s. ed. Wr. 
1218; breeken, braken Wicl 2 paral. 
31; brake Lsumh. 662; broken (part. J 
Havel 1238; Chauc. Troil. 7674; brokin 
Octav. 944; comp. a-, aet-, an-, i-, to-, 
up-, utbreken; deriv. brae, brake, brek, 
breche, briche, bruche, bruchel. 

brekere, M. II. Germ, brechaere, hreaker, horn. 
1, 83; comp. eapbrekere. 

brembel, A. Sax. brembel, bremel, hramhie 
fhrimmlej; brembil Wicl. eccles. 43; brim- 
bil, bremmil ^^trihulus, vepres\ prompt. 
49; brembles fplj horn. 1, 223. 

brember, A.lSax. brember, vepres; pe brem- 
bre flour Chauc. C. t. 16167 . 

brenie, O.H.Germ. bremo ftahanus, oestrus J? 
rel. ant. 1, 81. 

breme, A.lSax. breme, loud, sharp, keen, 
fierce, Orm. 7197; Will. 18; Gaw. 1142; 
a. p. 3, 430; m. Arth. 229; Town. myst. 
197 ; pu art pel modi and pel breme o. 
a. n. 600; breme and bold k. T. 836; 
pis strif pat is so breme c. I. 638; |)il- 
ke feste was wel breme Flor. a. Bl. 
792; breme wittes Langl. h 12, 224; 
breme as a bare Degrev. 1240; a breme 
bare Amad. ed. Web. 171; her breme 
blastis dep. Rich. 27, 4; when briddes 
singep breme spec. 44; foughten breme 
(breeme) Chauc. C. t. a 1699. 
bremeli loudly, fiercely. Will. 23; Gaw. 
1698. 

breme, O.Fr. bresme, bream, vac. 263; 
prompt. 49; Chauc. C. t. a 360. 

breii, O.Fr. bren, Bret, brenn, Welsh Ir. 
bran, bran, '''■furfur \ prompt. 49; Chauc. 
a t. a 4063; ayenb. 210; bren, bran 
Langl. h 6, 184; bran voc. 201. 

brengeii, A. Sax. brengan, O.Fris. brenga, 
0. L. Germ, brengean, M. II. Genu, bren- 
gen, from bringen, bring, afferre, addu- 



cere, ayenb. 87 ; brohte fpret.J Orm. 14361; 
p. s. 221; bro^te aye7ib. 118; brohte, 
brouhte, broute (brofte) Lay 36, 63 Sf 
233; bro3te, brouhte o. a. n. 107; brOuhte 
(br6u3te) me a slep Langl. 6, 8; brogh- 
te, brouhte, broughte Chauc. C. t. b 622; 
broute rel. ant. 2, 277; brohten Horn 
ed. Kits. 44; brouhten a. r. 114; broht 
f part. J spec. 29; bro3t Langl. b 12, 136; 
brouht, brouth, browt Havel. 336, 1979 
4' 2412; comp. ibrengen. 

breiiie see brunie. 

breuue, O.Icel. brenna, O.H.Germ. brinna, 
from brinnen, burning, imendium: hwan 
he . . . haveden . . . pe fir brouth on 
brenne Havel. 1239. 
brenston, O.Icel. brenna-, brenni-, bren- 
nusteinn, sulphur. Hick. thes. 1, 228; 
see brunston. 

breuueii, A. Sax. brennan (V), bernan, baer- 
nan, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. brennan, 0. 
Icel. brenna, O.Dutch bernen (urere, cre- 
marej, Goth, (gajbrannjan (xotis'.v), from 
brinnen, burn (bren, brunj, urere, uri, 
Havel. 916; his tail schal brennen in 
pe glede Chauc. C. t. b 111; brenne 
Mand. 48; brenne his londes Will. 1133; 
shal brenne ^^ardebif, Wicl. levit. 6; ber- 
nen a. r. 306; baernen Orm. 1629; ber- 
ne R.b. 81, 16; treat. 136, 27; brende 
(pret.) Orm. 1086; st. gen. 1108; p. I. 
s. XIII, 121; Langl. b 17, 326; Gcw. 
2, 164; Wicl. 4 Icings 14; bernde a. r. 
242; barnde Rob. 300, 6; bur3es he 
barnde Lay 30469; brenden Havel. 694; 
Rich. 6067; pe fires brende upon pe 
auter Chaiic. C. t. a 2426; brend (part. J 
Orm. 1000; Havel. 2832; brend gold 
Chauc. C. t. a 2162; Rich. 3349; brend, 
brent Will. 2646 Sf 4367; brent Hcccl. 
1, 390; comp. a-, for-, upbrennen. 

breost, A. Sax. breost, O.L.Germ. O.Icel. 
briost, O.Fris. briast, breast fbreestj, pec- 
tus, Alis. 621; briest ayenb. 176; brest 



breoden 



br^w 



75 



Or7n. 4774; st. gen. 370; brist lud. Cav. 

14; breoste La^. 4640; a. r. 18; breeste 

(datj Mand. 92; breosten fdat. pi J 

Kath. 2130. 
breod'en. A. Sax. (a)breodan, fall, perish: 

per fore ^e sculled breoden La^. 6807; 

heoii breoded (brepif)) pa Frensce 5196; 

a bro])in (degenerate?) eir p. I. s. /, 44; 

c mp. abreoden. 
breowen^ A. Sax. breopaii, M.H.Germ. briu- 

wen, O.lcel. brugga, hrew, coquere; brewe 

Man. 1245; s. s. ed. Wr. 1490; brew 

fpret.J p. s. 69; brew, breuh Langl. 5, 

133 (219); pel browe Roh. 26, 18; 

browen (part.) Rich. 4365; ibrowen p. 

29, 6; ibrowe s. s. ed. IFeb. 1494; [bre- 

wid Flor. 687]; deriv. brop, brupen. 
breowere, M.H.Germ. briuwer, brewer; bre- 

were Langl. b 19, 394; breowares (pi.) 

misc. 189. 
brewestere brewster, Langl. b 5, 306; a. 
' 355. 
brerd, A. Sax. brerd, breard, O.R.Germ. 

prart, prat, brim, brink, margo, Orm. 

14040; Wicl. exod. 37; berd ''margo\ 
prompt. 32; brerde (dcit.) a. r. 324; 

breorde Lay 23322. 

brerdfal Orm. 14529; bredful, bratful 
Langl. prol. 41; bretful Chauc. C. t. a 

f687; p. 41, 8; bradful (? ms. bradeful) 
La>. 32224. 

brerc, A. Sax. brer, brier (breer), Hrihulm\ 
voc. 181 Sf 229; Hribulus, vepris", prompt. 
49; Wicl. Job 31; Town, mijst. 100; s. 
a. c. VIII, 17; breere Lidg. m. p. 218; 
brere (dat.) Mi7i. 31; rede brere /. c. c. 
42; breres (pi.) a. r. 276; Orm. 9212- 
Will. 1809; Mand. 115; Chauc. C, t. 
a 1532; a burpen of brere spec. 110, 

bres see bras. 

brese^ A. Sax. briosa, hreese (breeze), ''oe- 
strum'', voc. 255; ''asilus\ prompt. 49; 
''bruchus\ ps. 104, 34. 

brest, A. Sax. berst (?) Bosw. diet, O.lcel. 



brestr (defectus) Egilss. lex., M.H.Germ, 
brest, breste (vitium) Ben. wb. 1, 256, 
0. Dutch berste (defectus) 3Iaerl. rb. gloss., 
damage, harm, want, prmnpt. 49; a. p. 2, 
229; breste Halliw. diet. 209; berst Be- 
ves 1930; see burst. 
brest see breost. 

bresten, A. Sax. berstan, 0. L. Germ, brestau, 
O.H.Germ. brestan, prestan, O.lcel. bre- 
sta, O.Fris. bersta, hurst (brast, brest), 
frangere, rumpere, Kath. 2028; brestin 
prompt. 50; bresten, berste Chauc. C. t. 
a 1980; breste, berste Wicl, Mark 2; 
bersteu La-^. 27683; a. r. 80; berste 
Horn 662; brast (pret.) Tar. 687; Be- 
grev. 1622; Chauc. C t. h 697; brast, 
barst Langl. 6, 180 (7, 165); barst 
Lay 1467; Alis. 625; brosten Octov. 
1088; Ma?i. 1833; bursten Rich. 2892; 
borsten k.^ T. 1049; brosten (paH.) Cham. 
C. t. a 3829; Wicl genes. 7; iborsten 
Hick. thes. 1, 228; comp. jet-, to-, ilt- 
bresten; deo^iv. brest, burst. 
breiT, A. Sax. bi:»d, breath, halitus, vapor, 
a. r. 80; brep o. a. n. 948; treat. 136; 
Shoreh. 102; brepe (dat.) Chauc. C. t. a' 
5; Lidg. m. p. 62; bretlie pr. c. 613. 
brethe, O.lcel. brajui? from brap? ftry? d. 
Arth. 2213; brep 'farorem, ps. 36, 8. 
bre|>el^ from breoden ? "miserculus" , prompt. 

50; bretholis (pi.) lud. Cov. 308. 
brethitt breathe^ halare, ''spirare\ prompt. 
50 J brepi treat. 136; brepep (pres.) 
Wicl. John 3. 
breven, O.lcel. brefa, M.H.Germ. brieven, 
from bref, record. Uteris mandare; braved 
(part.) Gaw. 2521; a. p. 2, 197. 
brevet, Fr. brevet, brevet, Langl. prol. 71 (74). 
brew brew (bree), ''hrodiiun , voc. 241; comp. 
alebre? 
brewarn, A. Sax. breapaern, aedes cerevi- 

siae coquendae, voc. 178. 
brewhous, M.H.Germ. briuhiis? brew 
house, voc. 204; Chauc. C. t. a 3334. 



76 



brew 



brime 



brew, brewe? A. Sax. breap m., O.Teel. bra 

/., 0. IT. Germ, bra, pra n. /., O.Fris. 

bre n., Irew (Iree, hrea, Iraa, IrooJ, super- 

cilium; bre3e spec. 34; bank ne bre Man. 

10333; breye fdat.J r. s. V, 238; bre- 

wis fpl.J Wicl. levit. 14; brees avow. 

Arth. XV, 15; bri3es misc. 226; comp. 

e3ebrcwe. 
brewen see breoweri. 
bri, A. Sax. brip? O.Dutch O.K. Germ, bri, 

^^puls\ fragm. 4, 10. 
bribe^ Fr. bribe, hrihe, Chauc. C. t. 6960. 
bribing O.Fr. briber, hrihe, '^manticnlari\ 

prompt. 50; bribe Chauc. C. t. a 4417. 
briche^ A. Sax. brice, bryce Greins gloss. 

1, 145, from breken, frail, poor, h. s. 

5821. 
briche see briicbe. 
brid, A. Sax. bridd, lircl fhridj, pullus, avis, 

a. r. 102; 0. a. n. 124; s. s. ed. IFr. 

3035; Mand. 48; Wicl. levit. 17; brid 

^^avis, volucris\ prompt. 50; briddes fpl.J 

<i. r. 118 Sf 128; Kath. 64; Langl. h 

12, 131; Will. 179; Chauc. C. t. a 

2929; ant. AHh. XXVII, 4; birdus Tor. 

2044. 
bride see brude. 
bridel^ A. Sax. bridel, O.H.Germ. britel, 

bridel, bridle, frenum, a. r. 74; o. a. n. 

1028; Shoreh. 6; Chauc. C. t. a 2506; 

pane bridel aijetib. 253; bridil Eich. 

5817; bridle fdat.J ayenl. 204. 
bridelin^ A. Sax. bridelian (?), Iridic, ^fre- 

nare\ prompt. 50; bridled fpres.J a. r. 

74; bridlen Gow. 1, 110; bridled f part. J 

Orm. 11664; brideled Mand. 253; ibrid- 

led Chauc. I. g. w. 1112. 
brigge see brugge. ^ 

briht, A.Sax. briht (?) Lyes diet., breht 

Bout. ev. gloss., beorht, berht, byrht 

Greins gloss., O.L.Germ. berht, O.H. 

Germ, berahter, O.Icel. biartr, bright, 

splendidus, clarus. Lay 7239; Orm. 3431; 

spec. 25; L T. 240; bricbt misc. 27; 



brijt ayenb. 74; Begrcv. 1483; brijt 

and schene Shoreh. 149; bri3t win Gaiv. 

129; brigt st. gen. 132; bri3t, bright 

Chauc. C. t. a 1062; briyt Hick. thes. 

1, 231; brith Havel. 589; britt Rid. 

thes. 1,228; brist rel. ant. 1, 48; brihte 

fadv.J chron. Engl. 770; bri3te Brand. 

2; brihtre fcompar.J horn. 1, 39; Kath. 

1680. 

brihtliche brightly, a. r. 154; bri^tliche 
ayenb. 150; brlhtluker fcompar.J a. r. 
96. 
brihteii^ A. Sax. (ge)brihtan, beorhtan, bright- 
en, a. r. 148; brihte fpres. imper.J horn. 

1, 200; til on morwen pe day bright s. 

s. ed. Wr. 1997. - 
brihtuesse^ A.Sax. bryhtness, beorhtness, 

brightness, horn. 2, 31; bri3tnesse ayenb. 

27. 
brik^ Fr. brique, 0. Butch bricke, brick, 

later, u). a. i. 37 . 
brike = breke, or bruche? Chauc. C. t. ed. 

Tyrwh. 14620. 
brim^ A.Sax. O.Icel. brim, flood, sea, Min. 

20; brimme fdat.J Gaw. 2172; and le- 

pith dun into the brimme p. I. s. XXXV, 

157. 

brimswin, O.Icel. brimsvin? ^^delphinus\ 
prompt. 54. 
brim^ A.Sax. brymm. pi. brymmas, britn, 

or a; brimme fdat.J Gow. 2, 293; Chauc. 

I. g. w. 2449; Em. 694; a. p. 1, 232; 

bi pan brimme La-i,. 4472; to pis lon- 

des brimme Horn ed. Lum. 190. 
brim brim, ^ferus, ferox\ prompt. 51; Man. 

28, 27; pe se pat was ful brim Havel. 

2233; brime s. a. c. ed. Wr. XX, 4; 

breres brimme Chauc. r. r. 1836; brem- 

me wordes dep. Rich. 11, 1. 
brime^ O.Icel. brimi, brim, ardor, ignis, 

(brune?) Marh. 15, 23. 

brimfir? st. gen. 754. 

? brimston brimstone, sulphur, chron. Engl. 
181; brimstoon, bremston CJiauc. C. t. 



brimen 



brokien 



77 



a 629; brimston, brumston Wicl. deu- 
ter. 29 Sf Job. 18; bremston Beves 
3277; brumston Mapes 339. 
brimen Irim; brime '■^mhare', prompt. 51"^; 

brimen and beren st. gen. 118. 
brimsc^ A. Sax. brimse, 0. Butch bremse, 

Irims, oestrus, Wr. diet. 257 . 
brill, Ban. Swed. br^n, O.Icel. brim pi. 

br^nn, "supercilmm", prompt. 51; Man. 

12344; avow. Arth. XV, 6. 
brine, A. Sax. bryne, 0. Butch brijn fmu- 

riaj? hrine, ^^salsugo\ prompt. 51. 
bringe Iringing: wel bid him pere bringe 

La^. 743. 
bringen, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. H. Germ, brin- 

gan, Goth, briggan, O.Fris. bringa, Iring, 

portare, afferre, adducere, La"^. 741; a. r. 

268; Orm. 1327; st. gen. 312 ; h. h. 6; 

bringen heom to gadere misc. 37; bringe 

Havel. 72; deriv. brengen. 
bringere hringer, Mand. 243. 
brinie see brunie. 
brink, L.Germ. Ban. Swed. brink (clivus), 

Irinlc, ^^fnargo, ripa\ prompt. 52; brinke 

(dot.) a. r. 242^; at ml pittes brinke 

Chatic. C. t. 9275; in pe brinke "m li- 

tore\ Wicl. John 21. 
brinnen, A. Sax. brinnan, beornan, byrnan, 

0. L.Germ. O.S.Germ. Goth, brinnan, 0. 

Icel. brinna, hum, ardere, uri; brinne 

Cham. C. t. 5634; Isumb. 695; beornen, 

bernen La-^,. 2858 ^ 16218; birne ^om. 

1, 239; Tor. 555; berne Arth. a. Merl. 

2320; brinned fpres.J ret. ant. 1, 215; 

bom fpret.J Lay 16217; bumen 4579; 

deriv. brenne, brennen, brune, brand. 
brisen see brusen. 
brist see brust. 
britnen see brutnen. 
bri|)eling? r. s. VI, 11; cmp. brepel. 
briile, O.Icel. brigsli, fro^m breiden; conip. 

upbrixle. 
brixlen, O.Icel. brigsla, reprove; bruxlez 

fpres.J a. p. 3, 345. 



broc, A. Sax. broc? menace? pis was hire 
broc La-^. 21029''. 

broc, A. Sax. broc m. (rivus), 0. Butch broek, 
0. II. Germ, bruoch n. fpalusj, hrooTc, ri- 
vus, Lay 21783; brok, brook Chauc. C. 
t. a 3922; broke fdat.J Langl. 6, 137 
(7, 130);\xh\%'& (pi.) a. r. 258. 
brocminte brooh-mint, voc. 140. 

brocour broker; brokoures fpl.J Langl. b 2, 
59. 

broehe, 0. Fr. broche, broach, brooch, a. r. 
420; Wicl. Jerem. 4; broches fpl.J a- 
yenb. 229. 

brochin, Fr. brocher, broach, prompt. 52; 
brochede fpret.J d. Arth. 2714. 

brod, A. Sax. brord fspicaj, O.Icel. brod^r 
fspiculum, frons, oraj, 0. H. Germ, prot, 
prort foraj, brod fbrord, bruardj, spica, 
or a, "aGuleus\ voc. 202; '■^clavus acapha- 
lus\ prompt. 53; brod & blome Orm. 
10773; brurdes fpl.J a. p. 2, 1474. 
brodful ps. 143, 14; brnrdful a. p. 2, 
383. 

brod, A.Sax. brod, M.H.Germ. bruot, brood, 
0. a. n. 1633; Rob. 70, 16; brode fdat.J 
0. a. n. 518. 

brod see brad. 

brodden, froyn brod, sprout, Orm. 10769. 

brod in brood, ^^fovere\ prompt. 53. 

brodien see bradien. 

broilen, O.Fr. bruiller, broil, ^Histulare, tor- 
rere\ prompt. 53; broile Cliauc. C. t. a 
383. 

brok, A.Sax. broc, Ir. Gael, broc, Welsh 
broch, brock, "taxus", prompt. 53; brockes 
fpl.J Lay 12817. 

brok, A.Sax. broc, O.Icel. brockr (?) Sal- 
dors, lex., brock, caballus, Chauc. C. t, 
7125. 

brokel, O.Buich brokel, brocUe, m. h. 154; 
brokil ^^fragilis\ prompt. 53; of brokele 
kende Shoreh. 3; see bnichel. 

brokien, A.Sax. brocian, O.H.Germ. (ge)- 
brochon? Iroak, rebel? brokke ^Aor^A. 106. 



78 



brol 



brude 



brol hrole, proles, Langl. 3, 198 (204); pi. 

cr. 745; rel. ant. 2, 177. 
broni; A. Sax. O.Dutch brom, M.H.Germ. 

brame? hroom, '■^genistd\ fragm. 3, 45; 

voc. 140; a. p. 3, 392; broom Mand. 

130; brome fdat.J AUs. 2492; bromes 

f^lj "myrwae\ Wicl. Jerem. 17; Chauc. 

h. f. 1226. 

Bromholm Chauc. C. t. a 4286. 
bronil see brand. 
brotei see brutel. 
broji, A. Sax. brod, 0. II. Germ, prod, fro7n 

breowen? broth, jm\ Roh. 528, 2; p. 43, 

8; Mand. 250. ' 
bro|>, from breoden? 

bropfal, cmp. O.Icel. brottfall, epilepsy? 
Orm. 15504. 
brd|> 'see bra]). 
bro|>el^ from breoden? had, poor? Langl. a 

11, 61; ful bropel for to triste Chauc. 

I. g. w. 1881; bropel fsuhst.J wretch, 
Gow. 3, 173; lud. Cov. 217; bropels 
fpl.J pi. cr. 772; see brepel. 

broiTer, A. Sax. brOdor gen. brodor, Goth. 
brOpar gen. broprs, O.L.Germ. brothar, 
bruother, O.Icel. brodir gen. brodur, 0. 

II. Germ, bruoder gen. briioder, Lat. fra- 
ter gen. fratris, Gr. cppaxi^p, Sansc. '^Jlrfl 
gen. ^^Tg^, hr other, Lay 2105; broper, 
brother Chauc. C. t. a 529; broder Flor. 
718; broper fge^i.J Roh. 291, 4; brodre 
fpl.J horn. 1, 7; bropre mi c. 55; brepre 
Orm. 8269; breper Will. 2641; Man. 

.51, 25; brepir Amad. ed. Rohs. LX, 8; 
breder Aud. 35; bropren ayenb. 102; 
broperen Shoreh. 45; broderen, brederen 
Z»5. 2101 ^ 2137; bredren a. r. 54 Sf 
74; breperen Beh 463; Mand. 222. 
broperbede fraternity, ayenh. 110; Chauc. 

C. t. h 1232; Am. a. Amil. 362; Gaw. 

2516. 
broperredene fms. -reddene), A. Sax. bro- 

porrseden Mone 336, fraternity, horn. 1, 

41; broperrede ayenh. 110. 



broudin^ Fr. broder? hroider, prompt. 53. 
broucs^ O.Fr. broues, hrowis (hrewis), ^'■adi- 

patmn\ prompt. 53; brouis voc. 199; 

and soupid of pe brouwis a sope Rich. 

3077. 
broiict^ 0. Fr. brouet, potage, caudle, prompt. 

54; dep. Rich. 10, 3; I. c. c. 22.' 
broukcn see bruken. 
broun see brfin. 
brouwe see briiwe. 
browe, O.Dutch bruwe fjasj? comp. fii^ch- 

browe. 
bruche^ A. Sax. bryce, M.H.Germ. bruch, 

from breken, rupture, violation, a. r. 164; 

Roh. 26, 22; rel. ant. 1, 241; at pe 

furmeste brudie pat lie fond he lep in 

2, 272; for monnes bruche Kaih. 1210; 
bruches fpl.J spec. 30; pe bruches of hi- 
re bodi Kath. 1615; pat tu pite me 
pid ham & alle hore bruchen a. r. 28; 
comp. m-, burh-, gripbruche (-briche). 

bruche, A. Sax. bryce, Goth, bruks, 0. II. 
Germ, prucher, from bruken, useful; bri- 
che rel. ant. 1, 225; Man. 11406. 

briichel, from broken, hHchel (hruclde), fra- 
qilis, Kath. 2029; a. r. 164; brukel m. 
)i. 120. 

brucheluessc frailty, p. r. I. p. 251. 

bniil, A. Sax. bryd, bryg-d, from breiden ; 
comp. iipbrud. 

brude, A. Sax. br^^'d, 0. L. Germ, briid, 0. 
II.Germ.hYut, 0. Icel. hi'u^r, Goth, hxups, 
hride (hird), mulier (sponsa, nuptaj, puel- 
la, a. r. 164; h. m. 5; Horn ed. Rits. 
1058; p. s. 239; brid Orm. 14194; 
bride prompt. 50; brude, burde Lay 294 
Sf 19271; burde Marh. 17, 20; Will. 
683; Gaw. 752; buirde c. I. 863; h. T. 
374; burde, buirde, birde, berde Langl. 

3, 14; birde Percev. 1289; berde Degrev. 
759. 

brtidale hridal, rel. ant. 1, 265; bruidale, 
bridale Langl. h 2, 43; bridale Orm. 
14003; Octav. 1702; bredale ayenh. 118. 



brugge 



brastlien 



79 



briidgume, A. Sax. br^^^dguma, O.L.Gcrm. 
brGdegomo, bridegroom, Mark. 19; brid- 
gume Orm. 10422; bredgome ayenh. 233. 
brudlac ntiptiah, Jul. 7 ; h. m. 3. 
brudping nuptials, misc. i)d. 
brugge^ A. Sax. brycg, O.Icel. bryggja, 0. 
Fris. bregge, 0. II. Germ, brucca, bridge 
f brig J, pons, La^. 19242; Langl. b 6, 
601; brigge Chauc. C. t. a 3922; Man. 
241, 6; Mand. 7; bregge U b. disc. 127 1; 
brugge (gen.) Rob. 639, 27; brugge fdat.J 
a. r. 242; brigge IIoccl I, 190; brug- 
geu fp/.J Hob. 656, 27; camp, tubrugge. 
Bristowe, A. Sax. Brycgstope, Bristol, 
Rob. 277, 10; Bristouwe La^. 21027. 
brukcn^ A. Sax. O.L.Germ. brucan, O.Fris. 
O.Icel. briika, 0. II. Germ, priihlian, pru- 
chen, Lat. frui ffor frugi) part, fructus, 
brooJc, frui, uti, a. r. 202; h. m. 33; 
Orm. 2164; bruken (brouke) he heo 
pohte La^. 4800; bruken nanes drenches 
19756; brouke Langl. b 11, 117; Chauc. 
C. t. 10182; so mote ich brouke finger 
or to Havel. 1743; bruc fpres. imper.) 
st. gen. 1831; broke Amad. ed. Robs. 
LXI, 1; deriv. bruche. 
briin, A. Sax. O.Fris. brim, O.Icel. brtinn, 
O.H.Germ. bruner, brown, fuscm; broun 
Chauc. C. t. a 207 ; pe brune Havel. 
2181; mi brune \\^x misc. 193; of brou- 
ne here Rob. 429, 10. 
brune^ A. Sax. bryne, O.Icel. bruni, from 
brinnen, burn, ustio, La-i,. 8256; h. m. 
9; pe brune of golnesse a. r. 264; bu- 
ses brune o. a. n. 1166; bringen on 
brune Kath. 1364; brene ayenb. 264. 
" brunstan '^sulphur\ ps. 10, 7; pr. c. 
4863; brunston misc. 160; brun-, brin-, 
brenston Wicl. genes. 19 Sf ps. 10; 
brinston p. I s. XXI, 143; a. p. 2, 
967; ant. Arth. XV, 6; bren-, bern- 
ston ayenb. 49 Sf 73; bronston Man. 
14684*; lud. Gov. 308; bornston voc. 
211. 



brunen^ O.H.Germ. brunen, becrme Irown; 
brounip fpres. J Alls. 3293. 

brunie^ A. Sax. byrne, 0. led. brynja, O.L. 
Germ. Goth, brunjo, O.H.Germ. brunja, 
cuirass, coat of mail, a. r. 382; Horn 
ed. Lum. 691; brunie, burne Za). 1663 
^ 6718; bruni Alls. 1869; Gaw. 2012; 
brinie Havel. 1776; brenie horn. 1, 243; 
breni ant. Arth. XLI, 7, 

bruuicd clothed with a coat of mail: bre- 
nyede knightes d. Arth. 316; see ibru- 
nied. 

brunt brunt, ^^impetuH\ prompt. 64; a. p. 

1, 176; bront Lidg. m.. p. 261. 
brurd see brod. 

brushe, Ital. brusca, brush, peniculus, fdat.J 

Langl. b 13, 460. 
brusche^ Ital. brusco, brush, soopa, "bruscu^", 

prompt. 64. 
briiseu, A. Sax. brysan, bruise fbrise, birsej, 

f r anger e; brisen hom. 2, 61; Havel. 1836; 

brisin "■quassare', prompt. 62; brusden 

fpret.) I. h. r. 40; bresid fpart.) Flor. 

103; Triam. 237; camp, tobrtisen. 
brust, A. Sax. byrst f damnum J, O.H.Germ. 

brust ffracturaj, from bresten, damage, 

defect; burst Lay 1610; spec. 24; brist 

e. T. 833; pr. c. 6206. 
bruste^ A. Sax. byrst, O.Icel. burst, bust, 

O.H.Germ. purst, birsftj, seta. Ell. rom. 

2, 322. 

brustel^ A. Sax. bristl (?), O.Dutch borstel, 
bristle, h. T. 777; brustile, bristile, bur- 
stil ^'setd\ prompt. 62; bristile Town. myst. 
100; brustelis fpl.J Alis. 6621; brustles, 
bristles, berstles Chauc. C. t. a 656; 
brostles Beves 748. 

brusteii^ O.Icel. byrsta part, byrstr fseta 
ornarej? brust fpart. J p. s. 161 ; ibru- 
sted mid golde Lay 3639. 

brustlien bristle; bristled fpart. J Alis. 6722; 
pe bristlede boor Chauc. Boet. 4281; 
iburstled (ibrustled) mid stele Lay 16096. 

brustlien brustle, crepare: and brustlep as 



80 



Brut 



buggea 



a monkes froise Gow. 2, 93; brustleden 
sceldes La'^,. 20143; see brastlien. 

Brut, A. Sax. Bryt, Briton, La-^. 6401. 

brutel, frotn A. Sax. breotan, O.Icel. briota 
f/rangerej, hrittle, fragilis ; brutel, britel 
Gow. 1, 33 (Ilalliw. diet. 2 Id); brutel, 
britel, brotel Langl. 8, 42 (9, 37 J; Chauc. 
C. t. 9155 Sf 9935; brotel Shoreh. 5; 
ayenh. 129. 
brotelhede frailty, ayenh. 130. 

bruteliiesse hrittleness, Chauc. C. t. 9155. 

Bruten, A. Sax. Bryten, Breoten, Britain: 
on Breotene fragm. . 5, 13. 

Brutisc, A. Sax. Brytisc, British, La^. 6318. 

brutiieii, A. Sax. brytnian, hreah, cut; brut- 
tene Will 1133; brittene Jlavel 2700; 
d. Arth. 963; brutned fpret.J Will. 1073; 
bretinid Ilalliw. diet. 210; britned f part. J 
Orm. 14178; britned, brittened Gaw. 2 
Sf 680; comp. tobrutnen. 

brutteii, A. Sax. bryttan (?), O.Icel. brytja, 
hrit, f ranger e; brutte fpret.J m. t. 112 ; 
pe dede bodi pei britten Man. 244, 10; 
comp. tobrutten. 

bi'ii|)eii, A. Sax. bryden, from breowen? jus. 
brupenled r. s. V, 242. 

bruwe, A. Sax. (brti, brup ?) pi. brua, bru- 
pa voc. 42, 64 ^ 282, broiv, supercilium; 
]3rowe voc. 179 Sf 183; prompt. 53; 
spec. 28; li h. disc. 883; bruwen (pi. J 
La^. 22283; brouwes h. T. 417; misc. 
225; browes rel. ant. 1, 54; Tor. 1454; 
browen (dat. pi.) Brand. 19. 

buc, A. Sax. 0.1. Germ, biic, O.Icel. bukr, 
O.K. Germ, bull, puch, houl fhuch), ven- 
ter, 0. a. n. 1132; \)q>v\^ Alis. 3254; 
btikes (gen.) rel. ant. 1, 218; buke (dat.) 
a. r. 134; bouke Chauc. C. t. a 2746; 
buken (dat. pi.) Lay 17319. 

bucke, A. Sax. bucca, 0. Icel. bukkr, 0. H. 
Germ, boch, huch, hircus, a. r. 100; buk- 
ke Man. 15749; bucc Orm. 1140; buckes 
(bukkes) horn Chauc. C. t. a 3387 ; buckes 
(pi.) horn. 2, 37 . 



budde, O.Dutch botte? hud, ^^ gemma', prompt/ 

54; buddes (pi.) Lidg. m. p. 217. 
budduu, 0. Dutch botten? hud, "gemmare\ 

prompt. 54. 
bude houd, '■^gurgulio', prompt. 46; voc. 255; 

comp. scharnbude. 
budcl, A. Sax. bydel, 0. II. Germ, butil, from 

beoden, headle, praeco, Kath. 1928; o. a. 

n. 1169; spec. 22; bidel Orm. 97; bu- 

dul, bedel Langl. 2, 77 (109); bedel 

Wicl. genes. 41; budeles (pi.) p. s. 151; 

bedeles ayenh. 37. 
bueii see beou. 
biieii, A. Sax. biian, 0. II. Germ, buen, bu- 

wen, O.Icel. bua, Goth, bauan, colere, 

par are; bun (part.) houn, paratus, Orm. 

523; boun spec. 100; Will. 1138; Jos. 

461; Man. 4766; Tor. 2044; Eglam. 

583; sche was boun to goon Chauc. C. 

t. 11807; deriv. bur, bi, big(?), biggen. 
bueren ,see beren. 
bufeii see biuven. 
buifeu, L. Germ, buffen, Dutch boffen, hufi; 

boffing (part.) Rob. 414, 14; see puffen. 
buffere huffer: of bufferes Halhorurri', Wicl. 

Is. 32. 
buffet, 0. /v. buffet, huffet, a.r.l82; Will 

4700; pr. c. 5203; buffat, boffat Wicl. 

John 18; buffet, boffet ^^alapa, tripes", 

prompt. 41, 54 8f 55. 
buffetin, O.Fr. buffeter, huffet, ''alapare\ 

prompt. 54; buffetede, buffeted (pret.) 

Langl. 6, 17 8 (7 , 163); buffeteden a. r. 

106. 
bugge hug, larva, prompt. 55. 
buggeu, A. Sax. bycgan, O.L.Germ. bug- 

gean, Goth, bug j an, huy, emere, Kath. 

1633; a. r. 208; o. a. n. 1368; an. 

lit. 9; bugge c. I. 1112; biggen Orm. 

15793; buggen, biggen, beggin, bijen 

Langl. 4, 76 (89); bigge Alis. 5494; 

p. 41, 4; bigge, bie Wicl. genes, 41; 

begge ayenh. 23; bien Chauc. C. t. h 

1246; bie Hoccl. Ill, 31; hQjQ' Havel. 



buggere 



bulge 



81 



53; Octov. 388; bud fpres.J a. r. 148; 
buip h. h. 85; pey biggep pi. cr. 360; 
buje fimperj La->,. 30810; bugge (bigge) 
fsuhj.J La^. 3556; bohte fpret.J Orm. 
711; bo3te ayenh. 133; bou3te Wicl. 
genes. 25; bohtest spec. 58; bouhten a. 
r. 362; bolit fpaH.J h. h. 97; boght 
Octm. 589; comp. a-, for-, ibuggen. 

buggere, biggere, beggere, biere luyer, Langl. 
10, 307 (11, 209 J; biggeres fpl.j Mand. 
86. 

bligguiige, A. Sax. bycgung, buying, a. r. 
362; beggiiige ayenh. 38. 

bugle, O.Fr. bugle, Lat. buculus, hugle, 
Hulalus\ Wicl. deuter. 14; bugele I'or. 
142; bugles fpl.jAlis. 5112; Mand, 269. 
bugelliorn Chauc. C. t. 11565. 

bii^en, A. Sax. btigau, 0. Dutch ^iwigQYi, Goth. 
0. II. Germ, biugan, how, flecti, se inclina- 
re, se vertere, ohsequi: bu3en (bou^en) tit 
of telde La^^. 5386; pe him buwen (bou- 
we) wolden 3709; bu3hen Orm. 6627; 
bupen a. r. 22; bou^e ayenh. 8; he sal 
boughe him '■HncUnahit se\ ps. 9, 31; 
to bo we into pe bent IJegrev. 55; bou- 
wep fpres.J c. I. 1305; bouwes Jos. 57 1; 
Will. 948; buh from uvele ^'■declina a 
malo\ hom. 1, 117; bouwep, bowepX^w^/. 
5, 575 (6, 56 J; buhe fsuhj.J Kath. 1484; 
bea^ fpret.J ayenh. 239; beh La-^,. 15740; 
pa beh ha pe spire Marh. 22; and beh 
him to me over bord spec. 54; ich beih 
to pe deofle a. r. 304; bei3, beih c. I. 
358; bey rel. ant. 2, 276; bjeh Or^n. 
8961; bu3enXa5. 24683; bu3en to ful- 
ehte hom. 1, 91; bo3en ayenh. 84; Gaw. 
2077; buhe fsuhj.J Kath. 2400""; comp. 
a-, an-, bi-, for-, ibu3en; deriv. bea3, 
be3en, bl3els, bi3t, bo3e, bojt. 

bu^en see be3en. 

buh? 

biihsum, A. Sax. buhsom (?), huxom, fie- 
xihilis, ohediens, Kath. 1805; a. r. 356; 
Orm. 6176; buxum st. gen. 980; buxom 



Will. 3085; Langl. h 1, 110; Flor. 

1725; m. h. 62. 

buxomliche Langl. h 12, 114; buxomli 

Mand. 82; buxumli IIoccl. VI, 52. 
btihsumnesse h. m. 41; buxumnesse "o5- 
edientia\ prompt. 57 . 

builc see biile. 

buiue, bune to he hought? a. r. 368. 

buine huying? -piduten bune hom. 1, 185; 
a. r. 362^'. 

buistous see boistous. 

bul see bol. 

buld huild fheeldj, aedificium; bild Ilalliw. 
diet. 175; pi. cr. 157. 

buUleu, A. Sax. byldan (?), huild, aedificare, 
hahitare, La^. 2656; Kath. 1657; builden 
Langl. h 12, 228; bilde lud. Cov. 20; 
belden pi. cr. 706; belde Trist. 3, 47; 
Man. 135, 10; to belde and to bide in 
blisse d. Arth. 8; bulde fpret.J La^. 
29218; Roh.21, 13; hM^^fpart.J Mand. 
58; pi bur is sone ibuld r. s. V, 153. 

bulder, Dan. bulder, Swed. buller, holder. 
bulderston, Swed. bullersten, holder-stone, 
Havel 1790. 

buldinge huilding; bildinge, beldinge ^^aedi- 
Jicatio\ prompt. 30. 

bule, 0. Icel. boli, 0. Dutch bulle, bolle, hull^ 
Kath. 61; Orm. 990; bule fgen. dat.J 
Lay 14187 Sf 14209; buUe "torW, 
voc. 187 ; bole Haurus\ prompt. 43; Ha- 
vel. 2438; Man. 478; bules, boles fpl.J 
ps. 21, 13; boles Langl. h 11, 333; 
Chauc. a t. a 2139. 
bolehude Brand. 5. 
boleslating Alis. 200. 

bule, A. Sax. b^le, O.Dutch buile, M.H. 
Germ, biule, hile fhoilj; bile "gihhuJ\ 
voc. 207 ; bile ^^piistula', prompt. 36; bi- 
les, bules, builes fpl.J Langl. b 20, 83 
fWart. hist. 2, 58 Sf 86 J; biles Wicl. 
exod. 9; beles ayenh. 224. 

bulge, Lat. bulga, Fr. bouge, bulge, bouge, 
budge, h. m. 35; Iw. 263; bouge "^ 

11 



82 



bull 



buren 



protivpt. 46; bouge ^^uter, gihlus\ Wicl. 
levit. 21 8f ps. 77; boge Man. 11197. 

\m\\ see beli. 

biiike^ O.lcel. bulki, hulh; bolke ^^cumulus\ 
prompt. 43. 

biilkcu hulli, puhare: on her brestes gon 
thei bulk Halliw. did. 217. 

biille, Lat. bulla, hull, mjenh. 62; Langl. 
prol. 66 {69 J. 

biiUoke^ A. Sax. bulluca, huUock, Humlu8\ 
voc. 177 ; bulluc a. s. 3; bullok ^row?;^^. 56. 

bulteii^ Swed. bulta, Lat. pultare? holt fhultj, 
puhare: hit -pule pulten (bulten) on him 
a. r. 366; bulte flour puhando pur gar e? 
prompt. 65; beated pe & bulted (? print- 
ed busted) pe h. m. tyi;,bulted breed Orm. 
992; beete and bulted flour Lidg. m. p. 
98. 

bumbiii^ bummin, Germ, bummen, bommen, 
hum, "hoinhimre, homhilare\ prompt. 65 ; 
bummede, bummed fdranhj Langl. 5, 137 
(223J. 

biiniblcii humhie : as a bitour bumblip in pe 
mire Chauc. C. t. 6554. 

buiiie see heme. 

biiiichc^ O.lcel. bunki fstruesj? hunch; bun- 
ches fpl.J Mapes 344. 

buiichoii^ Dutch bonken, hunch, Hundere\ 
prompt. 66; pey bonchen peire brestis 
Halliw. diet. 194; bunchede, bonchede 
(pret.J Langl. prol. 71 (74). 

bundel^ A. Sax. byndel, Germ, blindel, from 
binden, hundle, "fascictilus^\ proinpt. 55; 
bundels fpLj misc. 212. 

biiiie^ A. Sax. bune (carchesium), hun fhoonj; 
bunne ^''calamus, placentd\ prompt. 55; 
boune? ayenh. 150; bunis harrels? Hal- 
liw. diet. 219; bonis Wicl. Is. 1; bonnes 
nug. poet. 10. 

buiien? comp. tobunen. 

biiiige^ Germ, bunge, ^^lura\ prompt. 55. 

b 11 line see bounde. 

buiiscn^ L.Germ. bunsen, hounce, pulsare, a. 
r. 188. 



bunt hunt: the bunt of the saile Halliw. 

diet. 219. 
buiiteu hunt, pulsando purgare? bontep pet 

mele ayenh. 93. 
biintiug hunting, prompt. 56; bounting spec. 

40. 
bur? 

burlich, 0. H. Germ, burlicher, hurly, suh- 
limis; \im:\i Perxev. 269; borlic rel. ant. 
1, 222; borlich Begrev. 759; pi bur- 
liche bodi ant. Arth. XVI, 8; burllche 
knightes d. Arth. 586. 
bur^ 0. Icel. byrr gen. byrjar, lir, impetus, 

Gaiv. 290; bir m. h. XVII; to him he 

stirt wip bir ful grim Iw. 1661; hire 

(dat.) Alex. 711; bere Flor. 659; wip 

bure "cMm impetu', WicJ. Judith 14. 
bur, A. Sax. 0. L.Germ. 0. II. Germ. O.lcel. 

bur, from buen, hciuer, conclave, a. r. 34; 

0. a. 71. 958; hour Havel. 2077; h. h. 

32; boures fgen.J Chauc. C, t. a 3367; 

bure (drd.J Onn. 3323; Horn ed. Lum. 

286; boure ayenh. 226; Will. 1760; Gaw. 

853; boure fpl.J m. t. 91; bures Z^). 

5982. 

burcniht Z«3. 18960. 

bourmaiden rel. ant. 2, 175. 

burdein La-^,. 15357 . 

burward Lay 19176. 
bur, A. Sax. (ge)bur, 0. H. Germ, (gi)pur, 

hoor, agricola; beuir rel. ant. 1, 187; 

bouer Lidg. m. p. 192; comp. ibur. 
burbil hurhle, '■'■hulla\ prompt. 56. 
burblon ^^hullare\ prompt. 56. 
burd see bord. 
burde see briide & burde. 
burdou, O.Fr. bourdon, bordon, hurden; bur- 

doun, bordun staff, Langl. 5, 524 (6, 

8); burdoun, bordoun hass, Chauc. C. t. 

a 673. 
buren, A. Sax. (ge)byrian, O.lcel. byrja, 0. 

L. Germ, (gi)burian, 0. H. Germ, (gi)burren, 

pertain, helong ; burp fpres.J an. lit. 4; 

jup birp understanden Orm. 89; bers m. 



burgeis 



burnen 



83 



h, 10; burde fpret.J Gaw. 2278; a. p. 

1, 316; burd Man. 76, 9; J)at birde wel 

to him ben grim Havel. 2761; him bird 

m. h. 17; comp. iburen. 
burgeis^ O.Fr. burgeois, hurgess, Flor. a. 

Bl 115; Will 1889; Langl. 3, 160 

(162). 
burj, ^. >S'^;r. burg, burh, biiruh, O.L.Germ. 

O.K. Germ, burg, O.lcel. borg, Goth. 

baurgs, from ber^en, hury, horough, bur- 
row f burgh, brugh, brough), arx, urbs; 

burg st. gen. 1837 ; burh Kath. 46; 0;m. 

7262; ane he3e burh (bor;^) Lay 220; 

bur3, bureh o. a. n. 766; burgh Ah's. 

2056; Isumb. 547 ; buruh ^'urbs\ fragm. 

4, 34; a. r. 74; bur^, bor3 Gaw. 2 ^' 

259; bor3, boru Bob. 47, 18 Sf 72, 3; 

bourgh Ggw. 1, 30; Lincolne pe gode 

boru (borw) Havel. 773 Sf 847; burw3 

pi. cr. 118; burwh prmnpt. 56; buri, A. 

Sax. byrig, fdat.J fragm. 4, 35; birie 

hom. 1, 225; biri st. gen. 2257; bur3e, 

burie (borwe, borewe) X«). 2168, 3553 

Sf 9888; burghe, borghe Langl. b 6, 308; 

burewe misc. 55; borwe Will. 1889; bu- 

ri3e (borewes), A. Sax. byrig, fpl.J La->,. 

9928; burghes Chauc. C. t. 6452; bourghes 

Lidg. m. p. 210. 

burchbriche rel. ant. 1, 33. 

burhfolc La-^. 9758. 

burh3at Lay 17670. 

burhmou Lay 12441; buruhmon a. r. 
350. 

borghmot g. 350. 

burhreve Kath. 1927. 

bur3touii Wicl. Josh. 7. 

burhpein Lay 13716. 

burhwal Lay 22091. 

burhwere Lay 28368. 
burjels, . ^. >S«:r. burgeis, O.L.Germ. burgisli 

Heine 8 gloss., burial, sepulcrum: an bur- 

yels al niwe imad Rob. 204, 16; buriels 

c. I. 1284; buriles "sepulcrum'\ fragm. 

4, 55; burieles Langl. b 19, 142; bir- 



iels Man. 9026; beryels "sepulcnwi', vac. 
178; berieles ayenb. 228; biryel, beryel 
^^sepuUrum, tumulus\ prompt. 37; beriel 
s. s. ed. Wr. 2561. 

bur^cii; A. Sax. byrgan, byrigan, bury, se- 
pelire; burien Lay 27872; bir3en Orm. 
15254; hinen St. gen. 2424; biryin, ber- 
yin ^'sepehre'\ prompt. 36; birie p. s. 197; 
Wicl. John 19; berye Eglam. 488; bur- 
ye fpres. imper.j Alis. 4628; birye s. s. 
ed. Wr. 1257; buryede fpret.J Bob. 50, 
18; hmiede Horn 906; hnrede BeL 2219; 
bureden Lay 19822; buryed (part.) 
Langl. b 11, 66; herjed Mand. 15; com p. 
bi-, ibur3en. 

bur^cu^ A. Sax. byrgen, sepulcrum; berien 
hom. 1, 241; buriene (dat.) 1, HI. 

bur^eii^ O.Fris. burgia (fidejubere)? protect, 
save: to bur3en him seolven Lay 21268; 
burhen Jul. 26; burupen from pes deo- 
fles botte a. r. 366; bur we Havel. 2870; 
bure3e fpres. subj.) hom. 1, 25; co^np. 
ibur3en. 

buri^eii^ ^. aS^?.^. byrigan, byrgan, taste; comp. 
aburi3en. 

buryiiigC; buri3ing burying, p. I. s. XXV, 
80. 

buriiiesse^ A. Sax. (b9)byrigniss, sepuUuraj 
hom. 1, 35; burinaesse (burinisse) Lay 
25852. 

burleU; L.Germ. burreln Br. wb., buUire; 
burland (part.) e. T. 99; Metres lai bur- 
ling in hur blode Flor. 1639; see burblou. 

burn see beorn. 

burue^ A. Sax. O.Fris. burna, O.L.Germ. 
0. H. Germ, brunno, 0. Icel. brunnr, bourn 
(burn), rivus, o. a. n. 918; rel. ant. 1, 
1; burne, borne Man. 8164; borne Gaio. 
731 ; bourne, bournes (gen.) Langl. pi'ol. 
8; bournes fpl.) Flor. 609. 

burne see brunie. 

burnen^ 0. Fr. burnir, burnish ; burned (part.) 
Gow. 2, 231 ; Chauc. C. t. a 1983; bur- 
nist Gaw. 212. 



84 



burre 



butte 



burre^ Germ, burre, Ban. Stved. borre, bur, 
"lappa", prompt. 56; Arth. a. Merl. 8290. 
?bursew Wr. diet. 272. 
? burtre hur-tree, "sambucus\ voc. 228 ; 
Halliw. diet. 221. 

burst see brust. 

bursten? comp. an-, ibursten. 

burton^ O.Fr. borter? hurt, "cornu petere\ 
prompt. 56; pe mastes faste to gidere 
burte Man. 4626. 

buriTe^ A. Sax. (ge)byrd, O.L.Germ. (ge)- 
burd, O.R.Germ. burt, Goth, (ga)baurps, 
from beren, lirth, partus, natus, origo, 
horn. 1, 273; burde, hm^Q Kath. 84; 
burde, burde a. r. 158; firme birde st. 
gen. 1484; Eachel non birde ne nam 
1697; birpe Gow. 2, 76; Chauc. C. t. b 
192; Wicl. John 9; pat pas of hire kin 
& al of hire birde Orm. 2052; fro his 
birde time rel. ant. 1, 211. 

buritcii^ A. Sax. (ed)byrdan, nasci? birden 
st. gen. 1471. 

biiriteiie, A. Sax. byrden, from beren, bur- 
then (bur den J, onus, La'^. 25970; a. r. 
232; burpene c. I. 958; burpen spec. 
110; burpene, berpene I. h. r. 56 Sf 57; 
birpene Havel. 807; birpen ps. 37, 5; 
berpene Wicl. eccles. 33; berdene misc. 34. 

burtter, A. Sax. byrdor, partus? i pe bur- 
derne (for burdere?) of beam h. m. 37. 

busard^ Fr. busard, buzzard, buteo, Alis. 
3049; bosard prompt. 45; busherd voc. 
220. 

busch^ 0. IT. Germ, busc, M. II. Germ, busch, 
bosch, bosche, 0. Dutch bosch, 0. Fr. 

. bosc, bosche, M.Lat. boscus, bush; busch, 
busk Will. 819 Sc 3069; busk "dmmis\ 
prompt. 56; st. gen. 2779; Gaio. 182; 
bosche Shoreh. 131 ; busche, bushe fdat.J 
Chauc. C. t. a 1517; busse ayenb. 28; 
boskes fpl.J Bob. 547, 9; buskes, busches 
Langl. b 11, 336; bushes 3Iand. 115; 
buskes Percev. 758. 

buschel^ O.Fr. bussel, boissel, bushel, p. 



30 f 6; buschel, bushel Chauc. C. t. a 
4093; buischel, boischel Wicl. Luhe 11. 

busi, A. Sax. bysig, O.Dutch besig, busy, 
negotiosus, industrius. Will. 588; busi, 
besi Clmuc. C. t. a 1491; bisi (busi) 
La:^. 2837; bisi a. r. 142; c. I. 787; m. 
h. 108; besi Gow. 2, 42; Mand. 3; bi- 
segure (compar.) a. r. 182. 
bisihede diligence, ayenb. 55; Alis. 3. 
bisilTche busily, a. r. 146; Shoreh. 55; 
besiliche Gow. 2, 43; busili Will. 650 
bisischipe diligence, a. r. 384. 

busie^ A. Sax. bysgu, bisigu, labour, occupa- 
tion; besye d. Arth. 3630. 
bisivol ayenb. 226. 

biisieu^ A. Sax. bysgian, bisgian, busy, occu- 
pare, sollicitare; bisien Chauc. Boet. 112; 
besien Gow. 2, 43; bisiede "satagebaf, 
Wicl. Luke 10; bisied Gaiv. 89. 

bisiiicsse business, Shoreh. 92; pi. cr. 727; 
besinesse Gow. 2, 60. 

buskeii^ Gael, busg, Ir. btisgam, bush, pa- 
rare, ornare; buske Will. 2210; buske pe 
forp to fare Eglam. 348; buskep (buske) 
30W to pat bote Langl. b 9, 133 ; bus- 
ked (pret.) Gaw. 1411; pai busked and 
maked hem boun Trist. 1, 14; hit was 
buskid above wip besauntus Degrev. 1427 . 

busse^ O.Fr. busse, A. Sax. butse? Sax. 
chron. 201, buss, scapha, Man. 187 . 

bustleu bustle: busteling forp . . . over 
valeies & hulles Langl. a 6, 4. 

but, O.Icel. butr, Fr. but? but (butt), "me- 
ta\ prompt. 56; "amseges', voc. 270. 

hilt, 31. II. Germ, bu:^ ? bout, pulsus, Havel. 
1040. 

buteu see biuten. 

butere, A. Sax. butor, buttor, Gr. pouxopov, 
butter, Havel. 643; buttire voc. 198; 
butter, botere Wicl. genes. 18; botere g. 
356. 
buterfll3e butterfly, Flor. a. Bl. 473. 

butte, L.Germ. butte, butt, rhombus, prompt. 
56; Havel. 759. 



butte 



caitif 



^5 



butte^ A. Sax. bytt, 0. Icel. bytta, luU, "u- 
ter\ fragm. 4, 56; butte, bitte uterus? 
h. m. 3d; boUen as a bitte (ms. bite, r. 
w. pite = pitte) Mapes 334; bit "utre\ 
ps. 32, 7*; bittes fpLj g. 382. 

butteu; 0. Butch botten, M. II. Germ, butzen ? 
hutt; button "pellere^ prompt. 56; butten 
Arth. a. Merl. 5175; he bigan to stiren 
& to butten Orm. 2810; but fpaH.J 
Havel 1916. 

buttok^ from but? luttoch, oppoc, voc. 183 ; 
prompt. 56; p. I. s. XVII, 163 ; Chauc. 
a t. a 3803; buttokes fplj treat. 139. 

buveii see biuven. 

buwen see bu3en. 

buxom see buhsum. 

ca, Dan. kaa, O.Dutch ka, kae, O.II.Germ. 
c^ha, caa; kaa ^'■monedula\ voc. 188; coo 
prompt. 84. 
cadawe caddaw, ^^moneduIa\ prompt. 57 . 

caban^ O.Fr. caban, calin, Langl. 3, 184 
(190). 

cable^ Fr. cable, M.Lat. capulum, see Diez 
wh. 87, cable, prompt. 57 ; kablen (cables) 
fpl.j La-^. 1338. 

cache, O.Fr. cache, catch. 

cachepol, O.Fr. chacepol, catchpoll, horn. 
1, 97 ; Langl. 12165; catch epollis ^^ ap- 
paritor es', Wicl. 1 lings 19. 

cacchen, O.Fr. cachier, chacier, catch, chase: 
3if he me mihte cacchen (cache) La-^. 
31501; cacche Will. 2266; cacche, ca- 
■ che Chauc. C. t. a 4105; cacche, chacche 
Langl. 2, 167 (192); kecchen a. r. 324; 
kecche Horn ed. Rits. 1377 ; cachin 
(kacchin) a wey ^^ahigere", prompt. 57 ^ 
269; vor to cachie and verri pane divel 
vram him ayenh. 178 ; chacen out alle 
misbeleevinge men Mand. 3; chace pr. 
c. 4316; chace a way Lidg. m. p. 139; 
alle . . . kache me a way m. h. 151; 
cahte fpret.J Lay 4547; ca3te Rol. 14, 
11; kagte is (a) wei st. gen. 949; Canu- 
te, caughte Chauc. C. t. a 498; keihte 



a. r. 154; keste ant. Arth. XLIX, 2; 

chaced Langl. h 17, 51; caht f part. J p. 

8. 152; cau3t Langl. b 17, 219; ikeiht 

a. r. 88; hap cachid "comprehendif, Wicl. 

Mic. 4; pus am i cachet from kipe ant. 

Arth. XII, 8; camp, bicacchen. 
cad? 

kodlomb cade-lamb? voc. 245. 
eadas caddis, Hombycinuni\ prompt. 57 . 
cade, Lat. cadus? cade, prompt. 57 . 
cader, Wehh cadair, caither f heather J, cunae; 

kader a. r. 378. 
caf see chaf. 
caf, A. Sax. caf, quiclc, eager; cof rel. ant. 

1, 212; cof & qvik a. p. 2, 624; kene 
he was & kof Man. 66, 25; pe cove a. 
r. 66; biforen kafe & kene Or^n. 19962; 
cove (adv.) o. a. n. 379. 

cofliche quickly, Lay 1705; cofli Gaw. 
2011; Alls. ed. Sic. 1009. 
caft, keft? a. r. 206. 
cage, Fr. cage, cage, a. r. 102. 
caggen cadge, a. p. 1, 511; cagged (part.) 

2, 1254. 

cai, Fr. quai, Welsh cae Owens diet., Bret. 
kae Le Gon. diet. 169, quay ; kei prompt. 
269. 

cai, Fris. Dan. kei Oufzens gloss., Molb. 
dial, lex., sinister; kai Gaw. 422. 

cair, O.Icel. kserr, carus. 

ka3erle3c, O.Icel. kserleilo:, love, Orm. 2187 . 

cairen, O.Icel. keyra (agere)? drive, turn: 
in contre to cairen (kairen) aboute Langl. 
prol. 29; kaire Gaw. 1048 ; caired (pret.) 
a. p. 2, 85; pe kouherde kaired to his 
house Will. 373; icaired (part.) spec. 37. 

caiser, A. Sax. casere, Lat. Caesar, emperor, 
Alis. 1409; Man. 5120; kaiser a. r. 
138; kaisere, keisere, keiser (caiffer, kay- 
sere) Z^). 5220, 7331 Sr 27366; kaiser, 
kaisere Langl. b 19, 134; keiseres (g^n.) 
Kath. 3; ke3seres Orm. 3519. 

caitif, O.Fr. caitif, caitif, "captivus'", Wicl. 
1 paral. 5; Will 710. 



86 



cake 



camp 



cake^ Swed. kaka, cahe, ^^lihum, placenta\ 
prompt. 58; h. m. 37; Chauc. C. t. a 
668. 

cakelin^ Dutch kakelen, Swed. kakla, cacJcIe, 
^'■gracillare\ prompt. 58; kakelen a. r. 
66; caclep fpres.J Gow. 2, 264. 

calch^ A. Sax. calic, Lat. calix ailat. calice, 
O.Fr. calice, chalice, chalice, misc. 43; 
caliz a. r. 284; Brand. 14; clialice 
Shoreh. 20; clialis ayenh. 167 . 

cahl, A. Sax. ceald, cald, 0. L. Germ, cald, 
Goth, kalds, O.Icel. kaldr, 0. 11. Germ. 
clialter, from calen, cold, frigidus, horn. 
1, 97; Iw. 360; pr. c. 767; cold a. r. 
400; 0. a. n. 622; cold red rel. ant. 1, 
182; chald misc. 30; ayenh. 153; cheld 
Shoreh. 0; cold fsulstj p. s.^330; Mand. 
256; calde fdat.J Iw. 2974; Gow. 2, 
38; see kelde. 

?caldmewe Lidg. m. p. 202; calmewe 
m. t. 133. 

caldicu^ A. Sax. cealdian, 0. 11. Germ, clial- 
ten, grow cold; colde Chauc. Troil. 5031; 
m. Arth. 3647; his blod big-an to colde 
s. s. ed. JFr. 1678; hire heorte bigan 
to clielde Horn ed. Lum. 1148; kelde 
fpres.J rel. ant. 2, 211; colde p fragm. 
5, 38; comp. a-, for-, ofcaldien. 

ealeu^ O.Icel. kala pret. kol part, kalinn 
falgerej, Lat. gelare; comp. acalen? deriv. 
cald, col. 

calender, Lat. calendarium, calendar; kalen- 
der Lay 7219. 

calf, A. Sax. cealf, O.L.Germ. calf, O.II. 
Germ, chalb n., O.Icel. kalfr m., calf, 
vitulus, Orm. 5858; calf, kalf Langl. 7 , 
274 (289); k^lf fragm. 3, 28; keif a. 
r. 136; calveren fpl.J Mand. 105; cal- 
veren, calves Wicl. numh. 29. 
calfflesch voc. 200. 

calf, 0. Dutch kalf fpulpaj, 0. Icel. kalfi f su- 
ra J, calf, ^^sura\ prompt. 58; Chauc. C. 
t. a 592. 

calioii "rudus\ prompt. 58. 



calke? 

calketrappe, A. Sax. calcsitnpj^e /heracleaj 
voc. 68, caltrap (caltrop), Hri ulus\ voc. 
140; calketrappen (pi.) Alls. 6070; 
vol of . . . calketreppen and of grines 
ayenh. 131. 

calle, O.Fr. cale, Ir. calla, ca^il, p. s. 158; 
Chauc. C. t. 6600; h'. T. 365; pe calle 
of pe liver ^^reticulum jecoris\ Wicl. le- 
vit. 3; kelle ^^rdiculum'", voc. 196; Em. 
303; kelles (pi ) "Town. myst. 313. 

calliu, A. Sax. ceallian, O.Dutch callen, 0. 
Icel. kalla, O.II. Germ, challon, call, cla- 
- mare, "vocare'\ prompt. 58; callen Mark. 
3, 6; so shulen men callen it ay Havel. 
747; callen (pres.) Mand. 1; callede 
(pret.) Fercev. 610; callede, called Langl. 
h 18, 93; cald (part.) st. gen. 1700; 
icalled pi. cr. 57 4; comp. bicallen. 

calme, Fr. calme, calm, prompt. 58. 

calu, A. Sax. calu gen. calpes, 0. H. Germ . 
chalawer, callow, '■'■calvus', Wicl. levit. 13; 
pe calewe p. I. s. IX, 89; pe calouwe 
mous la chauve-souris, ayenh. 27. 

camb, A. Sax. camb, comb, O.Icel. kambr, 
0. II. Germ, champ, comh (camh), pecten, 
crista, Orm. 6340; comb p. 16, 4; de 
dikes comb st. gen. 2564; kombe (dat.) 
ayenh. 258; comp. huni^comb. 

cambok, M.Lat. cambuca, cmp. Ir. Gael. 
camog", crooked sta.ff, voc. 232. 

kamel, Lat. camelus, camel, st. gen. 1398. 

canimed fiat nosed, rel. ant. 1, 240; cam- 
mid ^^simus\ prompt. 59. 

camnioc, A. Sax. cammoc, cammoch, peuceda- 
num; cammokes, kammokes (pi.) Langl, 
h 19, 309. 

camomille, Fr. camomille, camomile, p. I. s. 
XXXI, 114. 

camp, A. Sax. camp, comp, 0. Fris. kamp, 
komp, O.II. Germ, champh, O.Icel. kapp, 
camp, certamen, pugna; comp La'>,. 4347 ; 
kampe (dat.) d. Arth. 3670; comp. i- 
camp; dei^iv. kempe. 



campm 



carde 



87 



eampiii^ A. Sax. campian, O.Fris. kampa, 
kempa, O.II.Oerm. cliamfan, chemfan, 0. 
Icel. keppa, ccnnp fhempj, certare, pugna- 
re, prompt. 60; kempe d. Arth. 2633. 

call, A. Sax. cann (can), conn (con), O.L. 
Germ, can, Goth. O.Icel. kann, 0. II. Germ. 
chan, (pret. pres.J can fconj, possum, scio, 
St. gen. 309; ayenh. 21; can ''scit'\ Wid, 
John 7; nou can 1 no red Triam. 595; 
can, kan Orm. 1314 ^ 5282; 1 can (kan) 
a noble tale Chauc. C. t. a 3126; can, 
con La-]. 3291 ^ 13332; o. a. n. 197 
§^ 680; con a. r. 18; h. h. 26; Aid. 
16; ne con crist him nenne pone hom. 
1, 32; pu canst o. a. n. 1182; canst, 
kanst, const Langl. 3, 166 (172); cun- 
nen Orm. 5514; pe wel cunnen a (con- 
ne of) speche La^. 7301; cunne Bek. 
1325; connen, conne 3Iand. 5 Sf 213; 
cunne fsuhj.J a. r. 64; o. a. n. 188; 

• cunne (conne) La-^. 28644; pou konne 
Langl. h 19, 26; T^e conne, konne, cun- 
ne, kunne Chauc. C. t. a 3118; deriv. 
cunnen, kennen. 

caiicre, Fr. cancre, chancre, canler, a. r. 
330; somme bicome cancre frete Bob. 
299, 5. 

caiidcle^ A. Sax. candel, Lat. candela, cand- 
le, hom. 2, 47; ayeyib. 102; candle Bek. 
1969. 

candelbem prompt. 60. 
kandelmesse candlemas, Orm. 7706; con- 

delmesse a. r. 412. 
candelstaf Wicl. exod. 25. 
candel stikke candlestick, prompt. 60; Wicl. 
exod. 25. 

caiiel^ Chanel, Fr. canal, canal, channel, "ca- 
nalis\ prompt. 60 ^ 69. 
canelbon channel-hone, ant. Arth. XL, 12. 

caiiele, Fr. cannelle, cinnamon. Lay 17744; 
canel p. I. s. XXXV, 76; Wicl. exod. 30. 

cang foolish ? Kath. 260; a. r. 62. 
cangliche foolishly? a. r. 56. 
kangschipe folly? a. r. 338. 



cang fool? a. r. 270; kanges fpl.J 362. 
caiigcn become foolish? ye arn cangede a. r. 

362^'; comp. acangen. 
caiiguu? beo he cangun Oder crupel h. m. 

33. 
caiine^ A. Sax. canne, 0. II. Germ, channa, 

can, cantharus; kan lid, Cov. 259. 
canope canopy, prompt. 60. 
cant cant, strenuus, validus? cant and kene 

Min. 30; kant & cof Man. 1886 i mani 

kant knight Ilalliw. diet. 488. 
Cantebrugge Cambridge, p. I. s. XIII, 66; 

Cantebrigge Chauc. C. t. a 3921. 
cantcl^ 0. Fr. cantel, corner, Chauc. C. t. a 

3008; li b. disc. 346; ant. Arth. XLI, 1. 

cantelcape La-^. 29749. 
Cantware, A. Sax. Cantpare, (pi. J inhabitants 

of Ke7it; Cantwareburi, A. Sax. Cantpara 

burg (byrig), Canterbury, La-^. 2821; 

Cantoreburi fragm. 5, 22; Canterbury 

Belc. 240. 
cape, O.Fr. cape, chape, cape, cope, chape: 

he nom ane cape of his ane cnihte Z«). 

13097; cope, cape ^^capa\ prompt. 91; 

chape of a schethe 69; 3if he haved en- 

ne pidne hod & one ilokene cope a. r. 

56; copes fpl.J Langl. prol. 53 (d6). 
capcl, capil, capul, Ir. capall, capull, Gael. 

capuU, Lat. caballus, Gr. y.a^oiXkr}Q, hor- 
se, Chauc. C. t. a 4088; capul Langl. 4, 

22 f23j. 
capon, O.Fr. capon, capon; captin rel. a?it. 

1, 217; capones (pi. J Langl. i 15, 466. 
cappe, A. Sax. O.Fr. cappe, O.R.Germ. 

chappa, cap, cucullus, pileus, prompt. 60; 

p. s. 330; Mand. 247; pis manciple set- 

te here aller cappe Chauc. C, t. a 586; 

keppen fdat. pi. J a. r. 420; comp. fleil- 

cappe. 
car, Gael, cearr? car fkerj, sinister? wip 

pe car honde (printed carhonde) ant. Arth. 

XLVni, 2. 
carde, Fr. carde, card, carduus, carmen, 

prompt. 62. 



88 



cardin 



casten 



cardin^ Fr. carder, card, carminare, lyrom'^t. 
62; carded (part. J Langl. h 10, 18, 

care, A. Sax: cearu, caru, 0. L, Germ, cara, 
Goth, kara, 0. II. Germ, chara, care, cura, 
soUmtudo, La^. 23061; Orm. 4862; c. 

1. 217; Cham. C. t. a 1669; fr. c. 7263; 
god seute on liim seknesse & care st. 
gen. 776; kare o. a. n. 1690; Will 726; 
comp. modcare. 

earful, A. Sax. cearful, careful, Beh. 639; 
Will. 2201 ; karefulle ciiilites La-). 16760. 
carfulnesse carefulness, horn. 1, 116. 
kareleas, A. Sax. cearleas, careless, a. r. 
246; careies La-^. 12478. 
carieu^ A. Sax. cearian, 0. II. Germ, cliaron, 
care, curare, a. r. 48; he 3:>ile carien for 
liire h. m* 6; earye Roh. 312, 2; care 
Min. 34; carest fpres.J Will. 3182; 
carep 2^. 28, 3; carande f part. J Gaw. 
674; carede fpret.J Beh. 126. 
cariage^ O.Fr. cariage, carriage, ^^vectura\ 

prompt. 62. 
carieUj O.Fr. carier, carrg, vehere, Langl. 

2, 132 fl61J; g. 20; carie Chauc. C. t. 
a 130; Mand. 49. 

karite])^ O.Fr. carite, O.Ital. caritate, cha- 
rity, Orm. 2998; charite ayenh. 79; Chauc. 
C. t. a 632. 

cark^ A. Sax. care (?) Somn. diet., Welsh 
Gael, care, cark, cura, Arth. a. Merl. 
3962; Gam. 760; karke fdat.J Man. 136, 
26. 

carkeii^ A. Sax. (be)carcian (?) Lyes diet., 
carl, curare; carke pi. t. 198; carke and 
care spec. 64; sq. I. deg. 924; carke 
fpres.J Jos. 30; carked (part. J Arth. a. 
Merl. 4464. 

carkeii see chargen. 

carl, A. Sax. carl, 0. Icel. karl, 0. R. Germ. 
charl, karl, carl, vir, ^^rusticus\ prompt. 
62; Havel. 1789; Chauc. C. t. a 646; 
Town, my St. 213; karl Iw. 669. 

carlisch carlish: karlische pinges horn. 1, 
273. 



caroiiie^ O.Fr. caroigne, carrion, ayenh. 86; 
charoines fpl.J a. r. 84. 

Carole^ O.Fr. carole, carol. Boh. 63, 4; ca- 
roles f2^l.J Chauc. C. t. a 1931. 

carpe, O.Fr. carpe, 0. II. Germ, cliarplio, 
carp, ^'■carpus', prompt. 62. 

carpenter, O.Fr. carpentier, carpenter, Roh. 
637, 4; Chauc. C. t. a 3189. 

carpiu carp, loqui, ^fahulari'\ prompt. 62; 
carpe Will. 4681; -Jos. 440; Langl. h 
19, 66; Chauc. C. t. a 474; Degrev. 9; 
Lidg. m. p. 191; to carpe wip jour 
qwene a^it. Arth. XI, 13; the king . . . 
carpis pes wordes d. Arth. 639; carpe 
(imper.) ham. 1, 287; karpede fpret.J 
Isutni. 234; carped Gaw. 1088. 

caiTC, O.Fr. carre, car, "carrus"", prompt. 
62; Mand. 130; carris "plaustra'\ Wicl. 
numb. 7. 

cart, A. Sax. crset? 0. Icel. kartr, Welsh 
cart, Gael, cairt, cart ; cart, carte Langl. 
2, 164 fl79j; carte ''rheda\ prompt. 62; 
Wicl. 3 hings 10; karte Orm. pref. 48; 
kert ^^currus\ fragm. 4, 63; carte fdat.J 
Lar). 11396; carten fpl.J ayenh. 36; car- 
tes St. gen. 2362; Ma7id. 260. 
cartelode cart-load, Havel. 896. 
cartwei cart-way, Langl. 3, 127 fl31j. 

cartere carter, ayenh. 160; s. a. c. XVII, 
26; kartere, cartare 0. a. n. 1186. 

cartin cart, plaiistro vehere, prompt. 62. 

cas, Fr. cas, case, casus, JFill. 326. 

cask, O.Icel. kaskr falacerj Egilss. lex., karskr 
frask, livligj Fritzners ordh., lusty, live- 
ly; kaske Havel. 1841; see crask. 

casse, O.Fr. casse, case, capsa, prompt. 269; 
cas Chauc. C. t. a 2080. 

cast, O.Icel. kast, cast, fact us. Will. 4662; 
Mand. 92; Chauc. C. t. a 3606; Flor. 
1406; Wicl. numb. 36; ant. Arth. XLVIII, 
2. 

casten, O.Icel. kasta, cast, jacere, spec. 37; 
Chauc. Troil. 3660; to casten him in 
irens Langl. 4, 72 f86j; kasten Kath. 



castel 



clacken 



U46; caste Gmv. 1, 334; Wicl. John 8; 
F&i^eev. 682; kesten a. r. 56; keste a- 
yenh. ^9; Man. 54, 6; caste fpret.J horn. 
1, 47; La-^. Idld"'; Brand. 8; Mand. 
93; kaste Jfath. J 360; keste Isumb. 608; 
casten spec. 37; hi casten lieore lot misc. 
50; kesten Gaw. J 6 49; cast f part. J Flor. 
2181 ; icast Beh. 450; c. I. 807; traris- 
act. 18, 25; ikest a. r. 228; conip. a-, 
bi-, for-, overcasten. 

castel^ O.Fr. castel, castle, Beh. 2089; kastel 
Orm. 19941; castle fdat.J Lay 14138. 
casteljat castle-gate, La:\. 18652. 

cat^ A. Sax. catt, O.Icel. kottr m., O.Fris. 
katte, 0. II. Germ, cliaza /., Lat. catus, 
cattus, Ir. Gael, cat rn., Welsh cath /., 
cat, a. r. 102; h. m. 37; ayenh. 179; 
Langl h prol. 149; Arth. a. Merl. 8726; 
ofte muse}3 pe cat after hire moder rel. 
ant. 1, 180; kat o. a. n. 810; catte 
prompt. 63; Chauc. C. t. 5932; cattes 
(gen.) Langl. h prol. 179; kattes minte 
'■^nef(e)td\ rel. ant. 1, 37; cattes fpl.J 
Mand. 129. 

catel^ O.Fr. catel, Lat. capitale, see Kuhn 
and Schleicher's heitr. 2, 50, cattle, chattle, 
capital, property, money, La"^. 30673^'; e. 
I. 990; Rich. 1546; Langl 7, 22 (8, 
24); s. s. ed. Wr. 1210; wip heore catel 
and heore gode transact. 18, 24; catel 
hadde pel inOugh and rente Chauc. C. t. 
a 373; pid chatel mon mai luve cheape 
ham. 1, 271; chetel a. r. 224. 

cauce^ Fr. chaussee, causey, prompt. 64; 
kauce Man. 183, 2. 
caucewei causeway, prompt. 64. 

caudel^ O.Fr. caudel. chaudel, caudle, Rob. 
561, 12; Langl. 5, 205 (361). 

caudroii^ O.Fr. caudron, caldron. Brand. 17. 

caukeii^ Ital. calcare? tread? Langl. b 12, 
229; caukede fpret.) 11, 350. 

caul, A. Sax. caul, capl, O.Icel. kal, O.H. 
Germ, chol, col, Lat. caulis, cole (cale), 
fragm. 3, 39; kaul voc. 141; cowl mir. 



pi. 8 ; kal rel. ant. 1, 52; col /. c. c. 48. 

caul-, colplante Langl. 6, 288 (7 , 273). 

calstok prompt. 58. 
cause. Fr. cause, cause, ayenb. 224; Chauc. 

C. t. a 1764; bi c*ause 174; be cause 

Mand. 15 Sf 46. 
cave, Fr. cave, cave, at. gen. 1137 ; Will. 25. 
cedre, Fr. cedre, cedar, ayenh. 131. 
ceelin ^^caelare\ prompt. 65. 
celle, O.Fr. cella, cell, p. I. s. IX, 60; 

celles fpl.) a. r. 152; cellen ayenb. 267 . 
celler, Lat. cellarium, cella/r. Goto. 3, 12. 
cercheii, O.Fr. cerchier, search; cerche Lidg. 

m. p. 159; cerched (part.) Mand. 315. 
cercle, Fr. cercle, circle, I. h. r. 28; Gaw. 

615. 
cerge, Fr. cierge, cierge; cerges fpl.) Ha- 
vel. 594. 
certeiii, Fr. certain, certain, Rob. 52, 19; 

Man. 4875. 
cessen, cesse, Fr. cesser, cease, Langl. 2, 

122 (151); cesse Chauc. C. t. b 1066; 

cese transact. 19, 329. * 

ciclatouii, Span, ciclaton (amictus) Salvd 

diccion., a sort of garment, or stuff? Hick. 

thes. 1, 225; ischrud mid hpite cicla- 

tiine horn. 1, 193. 
cindre, Fr. cendre, cinder; cindres fpl.) 

Mand. 101. 
circum, Lat. circum. 

circumcisen circumcise ; circumcised fpart.) 
St. gen. 1200. 
Cireucestre Cirencester, Jlob. 2, 23. 
cite, Fr. cite, city, a. r. 228; misc. 26; 

Mand. 244; Chauc. C. t. a 2701; ps. 

45, 5. 
citeien, 0. Fr. citeien, citizen ? citezein (ci- 

te3ein?) G&w. 1, 75; cite3ens fpl.) Will. 

3850; cite3enis g. 23. 
citole, O.Fr. citole, a musical instrument, 

Chauc. C. t. a 1959. 
clacke, O.Dutch klacke, clach, crepitaeulum; 

klakke voc. 180; prompt. 79. 
clacken, 0. Butch klacken, O.Icel. klaka, clack, 

12 



90 



cleemen 



clasp 



garrire; clake /. e. c. 54; pu clackes(t) 
0. a. n. 81. 

clxmen^ A. Sax. clseman, 0. Butch klemen, 
O.R.Germ. chleimen, cleam (claim), line- 
re; cleime Lidg. m. p. 63; dome? fpres.J 
sacratn. 708; cleme hit with clay a. p. 
2, 312; clemede Hinivi£\ Wicl. exod. 2; 
comp. iclsemen. 

clsene^ A. Sax. clsene (mundm, pur us J, O.L. 
Germ, clene fexilisj, 0. R. Germ, chleiner 
fsubtilisj, clean, mundus, purus: cl^ene 
(cleane) mon La"). 6290; clene o. a. n. 
584; st. gen. 605; Chauc. C. t. a 504; 
clene brsed Orm. 1590; cleane inpit a, 
r. 2; clene, cliene ayenh. 159 ^ 224; 
clane m. t. 206; ne mai no man clene 
telle Bek. 128; clennere fcompar.J p. I. 
8. XXI, 98; clennest (superlat.) Langl. 
h 14, 43. 

clasnlTch cleanly: clenllche clopinge ayenh. 
216; clenllche fadv.J a. r. 344; Bek. 
130; pi. cr. 229. 



clseniiesse^ A. Sax. clsenness, 



Orm. 



4598; clennesse a. r. 164; ayenh. 201. 

clseiisicii^ A. Sax. cl^ensian, cleanse, mundare, 
purijicare; clensien fragm. 7 , 6; clensen 
a. r. 314; fms. clennsenn) Orm. 1126; 
clensi Shoreh. 50; dense Langl. h 6, 106; 
clansi o. a. n. 610; clanse Mire 259; 
clensede fpret.J horn. 1, 237; clensed 
(part. J pr. c. 3705; comp. icl^nsen. 

cleusiiigj A. Sax. clsensung, cleansing, Orm. 
15006. 

clay^ A. Sax. claeg, O.Fris. klai, clay, latum, 
spec. 85; Alis. 915; pr. c. 411;^ clei 
fragm. 5, 46; cley ^^argilla\ prompt. 80; 
Chauc. a t. 12735. 
cleiclot r. s. V, 73. 

cle^i clayey, Wicl. eccles. 22. 

claimeu^ O.Fr. clamer, claim: claimen (clei- 
men) and asken Langl. h 14, 259; clei- 
mep he after elopes Will. 4481; cleimed 
peym quit of per servise Man. 4548. 

clak, A. Sax. claec (?), M.H.Germ. Mac, 0. 



Icel. klakkr, Hot, spot: jif pat je pel 

3up loken fra clake & sake Orm. 9317. 
clam^ Germ. Dutch Dan. klam, clajn, "glu- 

tinosus, viscosus\ prompt. 79. 
clam, A. Sax. clam, O.Dutch klem (kleem), 

cloam f doom J, lutum; clom Langl. a 12, 

100. 
clameriu clamher, ^^reptare\ prompt. 79; 

clambred? (part. J Gaw. 801. 
clamour, 0. Fr. clamor, clamour, Chauc. C. 

t. a 995. 
eland, O.Icel. kland, harm, injury; clond 

La-^,. 11704. 
clap, 0. Dutch klap, 0. II. Germ, chlaph, 

clap, ictus, a. r. 102^'; clappes (pi.) Man. 

175, 6. 
clappe, Germ, klapfe, klaife? clap, ''strepi- 

tus\ prompt. 79. 
clappe, O.Dutch klappe, kleppe, 2I.II.Germ. 

klaffe, clap, crepitaculum : clappe of a 

mille prompt. 79; hold pou pi clappe 

(tongue) chron. Vilod. 94; cleppe a. r. 

70 ^^ 72. 
clappiii, A. Sax. clappian, 0. Fris. 0. Icel. 

klappa, 0. II Germ, chlaphon, clap, ''pul- 

sare\ prompt. 79; clappen Octov. 569; 

clappen to gidre '■'complodere', Wicl. jud- 
ges 7; clappep (pres.) Shoreh. 135; what 

so men clappe (talk) or crie Chauc. C. t. 

12893; dappide (pret.) d. Arth. 956; 

clappid (part.) IIoccl. I, 394. 
clapper, L.Germ. Mapper, klepper, clapper, 

Gow. 2, 13; coppe and cJapper he bar 

... as he a mesel war Trist. 3, 80; 

pe clepper (ms. cleper) of pe melle a- 

yenh. 58. 
clare, 0. Fr. dare, claret, claret. Ravel. 1 728; 

claret prompt. 79. 
clariouii, O.Fr. clarion, clarion, Man. 11384; 

clariounes (pi.) Chauc. C. t. a 2511. 
clartcii dart, macular e; comp. biclarten. 
clasp clasp (elapse), fibula. Rich. 4084; 

clespe voc. 238; claspes (pi.) p. ,s. 222; 

d. Arth. 1108. 



claspen 



cleoven 



9i 



claspen clasp; clasped, elapsed (part.) Cham. 
a t. a 273. 

clatercn^ O.Dutch klateren, clatter, strepere, 
Kath. 2026; pe arwes . . . clatreii fast 
and ringe Cham. C. t. a 2369; clatered 
(fret.) Gaiv. 731; clattered Lidg. m. p. 
106; comp. toclateren. 

clatt, A.Sax.d.kdi m., O.Fris. klatli, O.Icel 
klsedi, 0. H. Germ, kleit n., cloth, pannus, 
vestimentum, Kath. 1428; clap Orm. 3208; 
clod a. r. 418; clop Bek. 691; ayenh. 
43; Chauc. C. t. 7216; cloth ^^pa7inus\ 
prompt. 83; clades (elopes) (pi.) Lay 
2367; clapes Iw. 1803; clodes a. r. 418; 
claden (dat. pi.) Lay 3187; comp. barm-, 
bord-, handclad. 

ela|>en^ A. Sax. cladian, O.Icel. klieda, clo- 
the,, vestzre, Orm. 2710; clathe pr. c. 
3663; cloden st. gen. 2630; clopen Gow. 
2,227; Gam. 72; clepe spec. 37; Iw. 
1787; clodinde (part.) a. r. 16; clopede 
(pret.) ayenh. 133; clopeden Langl. prol. 
63 (66); cladde Rich. 3097; cledde m. 
h. 87; eloped, icloped (part.) Chauc. C. 
t. a 911 Sf 1048. 

chijiere clothier ; clo])eres (pi.) Langl. b 10, 
18. 

cla|)iiig; Germ, kleidimg, clothing, Orm. 1907 4; 
eloping Lay 3187"^; cleping ant. Arth. 
IX, 2. 

clau, A. Sax. cla, clea, cleo _^;/. clape, O.L. 
Germ, clawe, O.Dutch klauwe, O.Fris. 
klewe, 0. II. Germ, chloa, eloa pi. chla- 
wen, O.Icel. klo pi. klcer, claw (clew, 
clea), "ungula\ fragm. 2, 16; claw, ele 
prompt. '80; clawe, ele Wtcl. exod. 10; 
cleo? inisc. 96; clape (pi.) o. a. n. 163; 
clapes (ms. clappess) Orm. 1226; elawes 
Alis. 2186; elauen ayenh. 61; elees Gow. 
2, 39; Hand. 198. 

clayer^ A. Sax. clafer, O.Dutch klaver, clo- 
ver, d. Arth. 3241. 

clavren^ Dutch klaveren, Dan. klavre, claver, 
scandere: hpeder pe cat of helle clavrede 



ever topard hire a. r. 102; claverande 
on heghe d. Arth. 3324. 

clawin^ A. Sax. clapian, O.K. Germ, klawen, 
O.Dutch klauwen, claw (clow), "scalpere\ 
prompt. 80; clawe, clowe Langl. h prol. 
164; clawep (pres.) pi. cr. 366; clape 
(suhj.) 0. a. n. 164; clawed /^^r^^.y Chauc. 
C. t. a 4326. 

deafer^ M. H. Germ, klouber ? unguis ; clea- 
fres (pi.) a. r. 102. 

cleche deck, unguis; cleches (pi.) a. r. 174*. 

clechen cleach (cleelc), unguihus capere; cle- 
che Horn 963; c. I. 734; cleke Iw. 
2478; penne sir Grauan bi pe coler cle- 
ches pe knijt ant. Arth. XLVIII, 7; 
clekes d. Arth. 1866; elekis Alex. 842; 
clahte (pret.) a. r. 102*; claht? (part.) 
spec. 37 . 

clecken, O.Icel. klekja, deck, hatch, breed; 
clekit? (part.) I own. myst. 311. 

clei see clay. 

clekeii see clechen. 

demon see cl^men. 

clenimen^ O.L. Germ, (ant-, bi)klemmian, 0. 
II. Germ, (bi)chlemmen, from clam, clem, 
artare; clem id (part.) llallixv. diet. 264; 
comp. forclemmen. 

clenchiu^ 0. II. Germ, (gi^ , in)chlenken, clench, 
'■^retundere\ prompt. 80; clenche o. a. n. 
1206; cleint (paH.) I. h. r. 138; [iclen- 
ched ChauG. C. t. a 1991]; comp. un- 
clenchen. 

clenchen, M. H. Germ, klenken, make to clink 
(h)is harpe he gan clenche Il&rn 1488 
clenchin a3en '■'■obgarrire' , prompt. 80 
])at a3en clenkep Shoreh. 113. 

clene see clgene. 

clengen make to cling, contract: per clengez 
pe colde Gaw. 2078; pe forst clenged 
1694. 

clensien see clsensien. 

cleo see clan. 

cleoven, A. Sax. cleofan, O.Icel. kliufa, 0. 
H. Germ, chliuban, cleave, findere ; cleove 



92 



cleowe 



climben 



. AUs, 7702; eleven iLath. 2027; Havel 
dl7 ; cleve Man. 18H, 0; clefe pr. c. 

6736; clef fpret.J Ravel 2643; p. I s. 

XXIV, 264; AUs. 3708; Trist. 3, 8; 

Langl h 18, 61; cleef Mand. 86; clgef 

La-^. 21390; clofe Town. myst. 255; clo- 

fen f part. J Orm. 1224; cloven Chauc. C. 

t. a 2934; Mand. 95; hid. Gov. 45; i- 

clove Roh. 49, 13 ; comp. tocleoveu. 
cleowe^ A. Sax. clipe, 0. II. Germ, cliwa, 

chliwa, clew (clue), glomus; cl(e)ope, cle- 

we 0. a. n. 578. 
tXtinyf^ii, A. Sax. cleopen, clipen, Germ. Ideu- 

en, glomus; cleopen fragm. 4, 7 . 
clepieu^ A. Sax. cleopian, clypian, clipian, 

clep f clip J, clamare, vocare, Katli. 2199; 

clepieu (cleopie) La^. 2498; 3if ei polde 

cleopien him tO mete a. r. 260; cleopien, 

clipien horn. 1, 185 Sf 189; clepen Orm. 

15325; clepin ^^vocare\ prompt. 81; s. 

s. ed. Wr. 1452; clepen, clepe Chauc. 

a t. a 643; clepe Wtll. 1299; bischo- 

pes lie let clipie BeL 472; clupie liob. 

322, 18; to J:)e 1 clepie ant calle spec. 

59; perne dia]) hi clepiep lif agenh. 72; 

clepede (pret.) st. gen. 1274; Octov. 759; 

cleopede topard heovene Mark. 18; clu- 

pede Morn ed. Lum. 225; clepeden Orm. 

12978; Wicl Josh. 22; cleped fpart.J 

Mand. 305; Tor. 341; Langl h 10, 21; 

clept Hoccl I, 225; comp. bi-, je-, in-, 

widclepien. 
cleppe see clappe. 
cleppiii^ O.Dutch Ideppen fpulsare, sonarej, 

from clap, Hinnire\ prompt. 81. 
deppeii see cluppen. 
cler, O.Fr. cler, clear, treat. 133; clier a- 

yenb. 24; pe cliere light Lidg. m.p. 215. 
flerc, O.Fr. clerc, cleric, La>,. 39; p. I s. 

XVII, 50; clerk a. r. 318; Chauc. C. . 

t. a 480. 
clerin clear, clarare, prompt. 81. 
dergesse^ O.Fr. clergesse, a learned woman, 

Kath. 75. 



dergie, O.Fr. clergie, clergy, p. I. s. XXV, 
155; clergies fpl.J Kath. 538. 

det, Mi 11. Germ. Wbi,, cleat, ^'■cuneus', prompt. 
81. 

dete, 0. II. Germ, chledda, cleat, ''lappa', 
voa, 191; trayisact. 18, 24; see clote. 

de|>eii see clapen. 

dere, A. Sax. cleofa, cl^^fa (cella, cubilej? 
Ettm. lex. 394, O.Icel. Ivlefi- f hammer) 
Fritzners ordh., 846, chamber, Havel 557; 
kleve ''cub-ile\ ps. 35, 5. 

deven see cleoven. 

deviei!^ A. Sax. cleofian, clifiau, O.L.Germ. 
clivon, clevon, 0. II. Germ, chleben, from 
cliven, cleave, haerere; cleve lud. Cov. 54; 
cleve, Idive ps. 93, 20; cliven st. gen. 
372; clevep fpres.) treat. 137; cleovied 
Zrt^. 9389; cleve, clive fsubj.) Langl. b 
11, 219; cleviinde (part.) ayenb. 107; 
clevede (pret.) Beh. 2242; cleved Will 
734; Hoccl I, 31; Cliveden Havel 1300. 

dewe see cleowe. 

dif, A. Sax. clif, cleof, O.Icel klif, cliff, 
rupes: pat clif (clef) La^. 1926; klif 
Gaw. 713; clive (dat.) li b. difc. 1163; 
clife, clefe Eglam. 379 ^* 415; ciives 
(pi) La:>,. 21807; kliffes ps. 113, 8; 
cleves Chauc. I. g. iv. 1466; cliven (dat. 
pi J AUs. 5429. 

dift cleft (clift), ''scissura, rima\ prompt. 
81; clift 'furchure\ voc. 148; clifte 
(dat.) Chauc. C. t. 7727; cliftus "scissu- 
ras\ Wicl Is. 22. 

diket^ Fr. cliquet, clichet, ''clavicula\ prompt. 
82; Langl 5, 613 (6, 94); Chauc. C. t. 
9920. 

dimben^ A. Sax. climban, O.II.Germ. clilim- 
ban, climb, scandere, a. r. 140; Orm. 
11860; Chauc. C. t. 10420; climbe o. a. ' 
n. 833; Will 707; climme Shoreh. 3; 
clamb (pret.) Percev. 1223; clam Rob. 
333, 1; s. s. ed. Wr. 851; clomb a. r. 
354; pu clumbe La'^. 21439; heo clum- 
ben La-^. 9420; a. r. 244; clomben Gaw. 



clingeu 



clou 



93 



2078; clombe f part. J Cham. C. t. hl'2; 
iclumben hom. 1, 211 ; a. r. 17 8. 
clingeU; A. Sax. clingan, cling, se contrahere, 
marcescere; clinge o. a. n. 743: Alts. 
915; lud. Gov. 54; whan pou . . . clin- 
gest for drie Langl. h 14, 50; ant clin- 
gep so pe clay spec. 85; his beli clinges 
pr. c. 823; his limes clonge a wei p. 1. 
s. XXIV, 215; clungen was his chek 
m. h. 88; clunge /. h. r. 142; clongin 
m. Arth. 751; comp. forclingen; deriv. 
clengen. 
eliRken^ 0. Dutch klinken, 0. Icel. klykkja, 
cMnJc, p. a. 189; clinkin Hinnire\ prompt. 
82; pay herd(e) a belle clinke Chauc. C. 
t. 14079; deriv. clenchen. 
cliiit^ Dan. klint, O.Icel klettr, cUnt, rtq)es; 

klintes f^pl.j Kalliw. diet. 497 . 
elipieii see clepien. 

clippeii^ O.Icel. klippa, clip, Orm. 4106,; 
clippin Hondere\ pro)npt. 82; clippe Chauc. 
C. t. a 3326; Wicl genes. 31. 
clippen see cluppen. 
clippare^ O.Icel klippari, clipper, "tonsor\ 

2)rompt. 82; clipper Ma7i'. 238, 5. 
dive, A. Sax. clif, O.Dutch klive (klijve), 
O.K. Germ, chliba, lappa; Cimp. garclTve. 
cliTeii see clevien. 

cliyen, A. Sax. cllfan (?), O.H.Gerni. kliban 
(haerere), O.Icel. klifa (scandere), dive, 
haerere, scandere: pet wilnep heje to cll- 
ve ayenl. 23; the seed of sooth . . . cli- 
veth (cliveth ?) within yowre corage Chauc. 
Boeit. 2858; hi cliven (scanderunt) into 
pe helle ayenl. 126; hi blp . . . heje 
iclive 26, 
clhen = cleoven ; clivin ^^Jindere", prompt. 

82; pe helm he claf Man. 10895. 
diver, A. Sax. clifr (?) geii. pi. clifra Mone 
439, unguis; clivres fpl.J o. a. n. 155; 
clivre (dat. pi.?) 78, 
diver, from cliven? clever (diver), tenaxf 
& te devel (is) cliver on sinnes rel. ant. 
7, 213. 



cloche see cluche. 
doilde see clotte. 
dogge, Ir. clog, dog, ^^truncus\ prompt. 83; 

clogges fpl.) Town. myst. 313. 
clolstre, O.Fr. cloistre, cloister, ayenb. 151, 
clolce dooh (duhe), unguis; clokes (pi.) a. r. 

102; pr. c. 6936; Town. myst. 324; 

Mokes d. Arth. 792. 
doke, Ir. Gael, cloca, cleoca, doah, Lay 

13097''; Chauc. C. t. a 1999. 
dolike, 0. Dutch W^okQ, O./c^/. klokka, kluk- 

ka, doch, prompt. 83; at YII of the 

clokke IV. a. i. 17. 
dokkiu, A. Sax. cloccian (?), dude (docJc), 

glocire, prompt. 83; clokke? Langl. 3, 

34 (35). 
dom silence? ayenb. 264 ^' 266. 
domeii, Dutch kleumen (rigere)? comp. a- 

clomen. 
domsen rigere, torpere? whan pou clomsest 

for colde Langl. h 14, 50; he is outher 

clomsed or wod pr. c. 1651; clumsid 

hondis dumpsed hands, ^^manus dissolutas", 

Wicl. Is. 35; comp. aclumsen. 
dond see eland. 

doos, Fr. clos, close, clausum, prompt. 83. 
dosen see cltisen. 

closet, Fr. closette, closet, Gaw. 934. 
dot, A. Sax. clott (?), O.Dutch klot, O.H, 

Germ, cloz, clod (dot), gleba, p. I. s. 

XXIII, 25; ane clot of hevi eorde a. 

r. 140; in -One clotte 254; clottis ''gle- 

hae\ Wicl. Job 38; comp. cleiclot. 
dote, A. Sax. elate, dote (dot), "lappa\ 

fragm. 3, 38; prompt, 83; rel. ant. 1, 

37; Wicl. Bos. 9. 

cloteleef Chauc. C. t. 12505. 
cloterin, cloderin, O.Dutch klotteren, cloUer, 

^^coagulare\ prompt. 83; clotred (clotered) 

blood Chauc. C. t. a 2745. 
clotte, O.Dutch klotte, Germ, klotze? elod- 

de ^^gleba\ prompt, 83. 
clou, Fr. clou, dove, I. c. c. 17; clouB 

prompt. 84. 



94 



cloude 



cnape 



cloude cloud, ^^nubes\ prompt. 84; Beh. 1415; 
Alls. 777 ; cloiiden fpl.J treat. 136; clou- 
des ayenh. 108; ps. 17 , 12. 

cloudi cloudy, nuhihis, Brand. 23; Lidg. m. 
p. 139. 

clough dough fcleugh), cleft, ravlie, Trist. 
2, 59; cloughis fgen.j m. Arth. 893. 

clout see clut. 

cloutc clout, colaphus, Isumh. 619; lud. Cov. 
98. 

clove, A. Sax. clufe (?), clove; clove of gar- 
lek prompt. 84. 

clowchin "glomiceUus'", prompt. 83. 

clowe, 0. Butch Idoiiwe, ^'glomus'', prompt. 
83. 

clubbe, O.Icel. klubba, clul, ^^fustis\ prompt. 
84; ''pedum'\ voc. 240; Za^. 26062; Ha- 
vel. 1927; Idubbe a. p. 1, 1348; clobbe 
Trist. 3, 4; clubbes (pi J Iw. 3200. 

clubbiil clubbed, '^rudis'', prompt. 84. 

cluche clutch; cloches, douches fpl.J Langl. 
b prol. 154; cloches Mapes 338. 

clucheii clutch (clouch): to cluche (clucche) 
or to clawe Langl. b 17 , 188; cluchches 
(pres.) a. p. 2, 1541. 

cluile, A. Sax. cltid, rod, La\ 1915; clou- 
de spec. 44; eludes (pi.) Orm. 2656; o. 
a. n. 1001. 

cludi^, A. Sax. cludig, rocky, Orm. 2734. 

cluniseii see clomsea. 

clupien see clepien. 

cluppcu, A. Sax. clyppan, clip, aniplecti, a. 
r. 424; cluppe sp.c. 38; clippe Horn 
1362; Langl. b 17, 188; Barton. 621; 
cleppen Flor. a. Bl. 594; cleppe Octov. 
585; clippip f pres. J Chauc. C. t. 10287; 
clupte fpret.J Lay 5011; Beh. 288; 
clipte Man. 12118; clipped (part.) Will. 
859; comp. bicluppen. 

cluse, A. Sax. cltis, 0. II. Germ, chlusa, dou- 
se, sluice, a. r. 72; clouse prompt. 84. 

clusen, A. Sax. (be)cl^san, close; close Bob. 
28, 14; clusden fpret.J Lay 9760; comp. 
biclusen. 



cluster, A. Sax. clyster, cluster, "poxpuc", 
voc. 27 7; clustir, closiQi ^'racemus', prompt. 
84; clustres fpl.J Mand. 168. 

cluster, A. Sax. cluster, daustrum. 

clusterloke daustrum; clusterlpkan fpl.) 
horn. 1, 43. 

clut, A. Sax. clut, O.Icel.W\\.\>x, Welsh clwt, 
clout, a. r. 256; r. s. V, 68; clout ^^pan- 
niculus, pittaciwn\ prompt. 84; Maud. 
293; pane clout Shoreh. 15; a wollen 
clout Alis. 4459; ich nabbe clout ne 
lappe p. r. I. p. 227; clutes fpl.J Crm. 
3327; Havel 547; cloutes pi. cr. 244; 
sche rent it al to cloutes Chauc. C. t. 
9827; comp. swepel-, windeclut. 

clute, L.Germ. klute, gleba, o. a. n. 1167. 

clutien, A. Sax. cltitian, clout; cloutin "^r- 
cire", prompt. 84 ; clutie fpres. suhj.J a. 
r. 256; clouted f part. J pi. cr. 424; i- 
clouted Langl. 6, 61 f7 , 55 J; comp. bi- 
clutien. 

cnafe, A. Sax. cnafa, 0. II. Germ, chnabe, 
hwive, puer; knafe m. h. 131; cnave Lay 
292; pi. cr. 288; knave Ilavd. 450; 
St. gen. 1151; iroat. 139; Flor. 2095; 
Chauc. C. t. a 3434; Tor. 2008; pe 
kokes knave a. r. 380; knight swain and 
knave Alis. 7968; is youre child a kna- 
ve mir. pi. 128. 

knavechild p. I. s. XXIII, 45; Wicl. 
exod. 1. 

cnag, Dan. knag, Ir. Gasl. cnag, hiag, no- 
dus; knagg Flor. 1795. 

cnak, 0. Icel. knakkr fhrahj Fritzners ordb.j 
hiadi, crepitus: queinte knakkes Chauc. 
C. t. ed. Wr. 4049. 

cnap, A. Sax. cnsepp f vertex), O.Icel. knappr 
f globulus), Welsh Ir. Gael, cnap fbulla, 
collisj, knap, button, globulus: knappes of 
golde Langl. 6, 272 f7, 257 J. 

cnape, A. Sax. cnapa, O.Fris. kuapa, 0. L. 
Germ, knapo, O.Icel. knapi, = cnafe; 
knape st. gen. 477; s. s. ed. Web. 930; 
Gow. 3, 321; I. h. r. 136; Gaw. 2136, 



cnarre 



cniht 



95 



s. a. c. XVII, Id; cnapes (gen. J Orm. 
4106. 

cnapechild Orm. 7 896. 
rnarrc^ L.Germ. knarre, knar f guar J, tiiber, 
vertex; knarre Gaiv. 1434; CTiauc. C. t. 
a 649; knarres and eludes o. a. n. 1001; 
ful of knarres "verticibus plenum\ Wicl. 
wisd. 13. 
ciiarri nodosus: knarri trees Ckauc. C. t. a 

1977. 
cnavc see cnafe. 
c'liawe, A. Sax. (or)cnape, notus. 

knowleche hnoivledge, Chauc. C. t. b 1220; 

lud. Cov. 93; knOwleche, knOiileche 

Mand. 134 Sf 313; knowlache Aud. 19; 

knawlage Fercev. 1052. 

knowlcchin acknowledge, ^'■fateri\ pro^npt. 

280; knouleche Mand. 120; knowlache 

" > Mire 1670; cnapleched fpres.J Kath. 

1362; knowelecliide fpret.J Wiel. John 

9; knowleclied Langl. h 6, 481; knou- 

leclieden Will 4782. 

cnaplechinge acknowledging, KatTi. 1388; 

Jmaiilechinge ayenb. 132; cnoiilechnnge 

a. r. 92; knouleching Gow. 2, 23. 

ciiawcu^ A. Sax. cnapan pret. cneop, 0. H. 

t Germ, chnahan pret. chnata, 0. Icel. pres. 

I kna pret. knatta, Lat. pret. perf. (a)gn5- 

vi, Gr. yvtova'-, Buss, snamt, Sanec. f^T-, 

know, noscere; cnapen Orm. 1314; knawe 

Havel. 27 86; ayenb. 76; pr. c. 429; knaue 

^ ant. ArtJi. XIX, 12; knowen Will. 677; 

[' knowe Langl. b 19, 198; cnouen rel. ant. 

1, 172; knoiie A^id. 43; cneop (pret.) 

Orm. 12684; kneow Alis. 113; kneew 

Alis. ed. Sk. 641; cneou Za^. 17069; 

kneu Hob. 316, 2; Horn 1161; knewen 

st. gen. 2904; ayenb. 246; knewen, kne- 

we Langl. b 12, 164; 3ef pii cneope Jul. 

22; kna wen (part. J Iw. 2666; pr. c. 

444; knowen Mand. 2; knowe Will. 726; 

comp. a-, bi-, icnawen. 

cnaweiiessc cognitio; cnop(e)nesse horn. 2, 26. 

cnawinge, A. Sax. cnapung(?), knowing, cog- 



nitio; knawing pr. c. 146; cnCpunge a. 

r. 280. 
cnedeu^ A. Sax. cnedan, 0. II. Germ, chne- 

tan, knead, depsere; knedin prompt. 279; 

knedeC%<?wc. C. t. a 4094; cnedest />r^».> 

Orm. 1486; kneden (part. J Chauc. r. r, 

217 ; knodon prompt. 280; comp. icneden. 
cneo, A. Sax. cneo, cneop, 0. L.Germ. kneo, 

knio, Goth, kniu, O.Fris. kne, kni, 0. 

Icel. kne, 0. II. Germ, chneo, chniu, knee^ 

genu, r. s. V, 228; to pe nipe cne fgra- 

duj Hick. thes. 1, 226; kne st. gen. 444; 

in pe tepe kne Rob. 228, 17; knewe 

fpl.J Trist. 2, 103; cneon Marh. 9, 20; 

failed a cneon a. r. 16; kneon treat. 

139; cnepes fms. cneppess) Orm. 6467; 

knewes Arth. a. Mcrl. 6661; knees, kno- 

wes Langl. 6, 203 (369); pe king laei 

on cneouwen Zr?). 32046. 

cnehole, A. Sax. cneopholen voc. 68, knee- 
holly, (printed cue-hole) rel. ant. 1, 37. 
cueolieii^ 0. Hatch knielen, kneel; cneolin 

Marh. 20; cnelen Orm. 6138; knele 

Mand. 14; Eglam. 1279; cneplest (pres.) 

hom. 2, 26; cneoled (imper.) a. r. 18; 

cneoulede (pret.) Lay 29664; kneulede 

Bek. 640; knelede spec. 106. 
cneowien^ A. Sax. cneopian, O.H.Germ. chni- 

wen, chniuwen, genibus niti; knepede 

(pret.) hom. 1, 121; knowede misc. 48. 
cnicche see cnucche. 
cnif, A. Sax. cnif (?), 0. Hutch knif (knijf), 

O.Icel. knifr, knife, culter, Orm. 4128; 

enne longne cnif X«). 377 6; knif a. r. 

282; spec. 102; Alis. 1061; Mand. 61; 

knifes, knives (pi.) Chauc. C. t. a 233; 

knives a. r. 212. 
cuiht^ A. Sax. cniht, cneoht, O.Fris. knecht^ 

0. II. Germ, chneht, knight, servus, milesy 

eques; cniht, knit Lay 346 ^ 2800; 

cniht, kni3t o. a. n. 1087 Sf 1676; kniht 

Horn 608; knicht Wart. hist. 2, 2; kni^t. 

Hegrev. 1606; ich am pi kui3t Rob. 116,. 

11; knigt st. gen. 283; knight Chauc. CL 



96 



cnihten 



cockeii 



t. a 43; knith, knit Havel. 1650 ^;- 

2427; knilite fdat.J a. r. 86; cnihtes 

fplj Orm. 8185; cnilitene fgm. pJ.J Kath. 

1571; comp. bur-, incniht. 

knihthod knighthood, Horn 543 ; knijthod 
ayenb. 83. 

cnilitscipe or do equestris, La"^. 23672; 
^'■miUtia\ horn. 1, 243. 
kliihteii hnight, equitem creare, Horn 640; 

knitted fpart.J WiU. 1354. 
cuobbe^ L. Germ, knobbe, kniibbe, hioh fbialj, 

tuber, nodus; knobbe prompt. 280; pe 

knobbes sittinge on his chokes Cham. C. 

t. a 633. 
ciiobbi'l, 0. Batch knoboel, hiohhle fhiuhhle), 

tuber, nodus; knoble prompt. 280. 
knok knock, Langl. ed. JTr. 6262. 
cnokieu^ . A. ^ax. cnocian, 0. IceL knoka, 

knock, pulsare; knoke]) fpres.J ayenb. 116; 

cnoken a, p. 1, 726; knoke (imper.) Chauc. 

C. t. a 3432; knokede fpret.J s. s. ed. 

JFr. 1420; knoked fpart.J Min. 10. 
ciiokel^ A. Sax. cnucl (?), O.Dutch knokel, 

knuckle (knocMe); knokil ^^ nodus', voc. 186; 

^'condylus', prompt. 280; knokelis (pi.) 

rel ant. 1, 190. 
ciiol, A. Sax. cnoll, knoll, collis; knol st. 

gen. 4129; cnolles ''colics', Hick. thes. 1, 

168; knolles ps. 64, 13. 
knolliii knoll, ''pulsare', prompt. 280. 
cuop^ O.Fris. knop, O.H.Germ. chnoph, 

cnopf, knop, bulla, globulus; knop lud. Gov. 

245; as hit were a gilden knop /. c. c. 

39; pe knop of pe kne voc. 208; knoppe 

fdat.J w. a. i. 35; knoppos (pi.) Chauc. 

r. r. 1080' ^^ 1683; knoppis Begrev. 

1494; knoppis of bras Wicl. exod. 26. 
ciiotte, A. Sax. cnotta, 0. Dutch knutte, M. 

H.Germ. knotze, knot, h. m. 33; knotte 

"nodus', prompt. 280; Chauc. C. t. 10715; 

pane knotte ayenb. 253; pidiite knotte 

a. r. 2; knotten (pi.) Bek. 1379; cnottes 

Kath. 1157; knottes Mand. 190; pi. cr. 

161, 



ciiottel^ O.Dutch knutte], knottle, nodulus; 

knottiles (pl.J Halliw. diet. 498. 
ciiottieii^ A. Sax. cnottian (?), knot, nodare : 

iknotted (part.) a. r. 420. 
ciiotti knotty, horn. 1, 281; knotti "nodosus" , 

prompt. 280; Chauc. ('. t. a 1977. 
cnucche^ L. Germ, knucke, knitch ; knicche 

''fasciculus" , Wicl. Amos 9; knoches of 

hai Rich. 2985; bindep hem in knucchen 

misc. 225. 
cuul^ A. Sax. cnyll, knell, rel. ant. 2, 277. 
ciiullcu^ A. Sax. cnjllan, M. H. Germ, kniil- 

len, pulsare; knille Percev. 1348; const. 

mas. 689; lete al so pe belles knille 

Mire 779; knuUed (part.) p. s. 193. 
ciiuriicd nodosus? to his cnurnede' cneon 

Marh. 10, 29; knorned stonez Gaiv. 2166. 
ciiutteu^ A. Sax. cnyttan, L. Germ, kntitten, 

knit; knittin "nodare, nectere", prompt. 

279; knitten Langl. b prol. 169; knitte 

his browes Chauc. C. t. a 1128; knut 

(pres.) a. r. 396; as me knit a net p. 

I. s. XVII, 157; knutte (pret.) Alls. 

2251 ; knette Gow. 2, 30; knitted (part.) 

pr. c. 7215; icnut Kath. 1525; to ge- 

dir hit is iknit Aud. 10. 
cobel? 

cobilston cobble-stone, "rudus", voc. 256; 
prompt. 84. 
cobelere cobbler, "sartor" , prompt. 84; Lanrjl. 

5, 170 (327). 
coc^ A. Sax. coc Mone 314, O.Icel. kokr, 

cock, gallus, a. r. 140; o. a. n. 1679; 

rel. ant. 1, 217 ; aymib. 258; cok Mand. 

91. 
coc(cocV), A. Sax. coc, O.H.Germ. coch, Lat. 

coquus, cocus, cook, coquus, Lay 19948; 

kok Havel. 2898; spec. 101; cook Chauc. 

C. t. a 2020; Lidg. m. p. 217; kuk voc. 

211; cokes (pi.) La-^. 3315. 
coekeu pugnare? he wole grennen cocken & 

chiden rel. ant. 1, 188; cocke p. s. 153; 

cocken (pres.) Alex. 2042; mon pat si[) 

briddes cokkinde rel. ant. 1, 262. 



cocker 



colt 



m 



cocker pugnator? cocker pef & horeliug rel 

ant. ly 188; cokkers f'pl.J Town. myst. 

242. 
cockunge pugna? pid strong cockunge over- 

cume hire flesch h. m. 47 . 
code cocMe, ^^cochlea\ prompt. 86. 
codde (cod?), A. Sax. c^qM fperaj Ettm. lex., 

O.Dutch kodde fcohusj Kil. diet., O.Icel. 

koddi fpudej Fritzners ordh., cod, siliqua, 

scrotum, prompt. 85; cod Chauc. C. t. 

13949; cod twal, Town. myst. 84; codde 
I fdat.J 0. a. n. 1124; coddes "s2'lzqms\ 
r IVt'cL Luke 15; coddis of silke llalliw. 

diet. 262; comp. bean-, pescodde. 
code, O.K. Germ, cuti (gluten)? cobblers ivax, 

prompt. 85; Bigby myst. 35; coode "/?^- 

ce\ Wicl. exod. 2. 
codule, A. Sax. cudele, cuttle, "sepia", prompt. 

85. 
codling codling, prompt. 85; m. t. 118. 
cof see caf. 

coiin cofjin, "cophinus\ prompt. 85. 
cof re, 0. Fr. cofre, coffer, c. I. 992. 
cogge, O.Dutch kogge, O.Icel. kuggr, cog, 

scapha, CJiauc. I. g. w. 1477; d. Arth. 

476; cogges fpl.J Rich. 4784; Man. 12068. 
cogge, Swed. kugge, cog, dens rotae, prompt. 

85; frogge pat sit at mulne under cogge 

0. a. n. 86. 
coi, O.Fr. col, quoi, coy, Chauc. C. t. a 119. 
coife, O.Fr. coife, coif, Man. 10896. 
coin, Fr. coin, coin, Chauc. Boet. append. 1, 

20. 
coint see under con-. 
coite quoit fcoitj, prompt. 86. 
cok see coc. 
cokel, A. Sax. cocel, coccel, cockle; kokil "z/- 

zania\ Wicl Mat. 13; rel. ant. 2, 80; 

cokel, cokkel Chauc. C. t. a 1183; cockel 

rel. ant. 1, 36; cokkil Lidg. m. p. 149. 
cokenei cockney, a pampered child, prompt. 

86; cokenai Chauc. C. t. a 4208. 
coker, A. Sax. cocor, O.Fris. koker, O.JI. 

Germ, chochar, cocker, pharetra: enue 



koker Z«v 6470; cocur, cokir "cothurnus', 

prompt. 84; cokeres fpl.J Langl. 6, 62 

(7, 56). 
cokerin, Welsh cocri? cocker, fovere, prompt. 

85. 
cokewold see cukeweatd. 
col, A. Sax. col, 0. Icel. kol, 0. II, Germ. 

chol, cholo, coal, carbo, ayenb. 205; Will. 

2520; & dude J)er inne muchel col La^. 

2366; col, cole Chauc. C. t. a 2692; 

cole s. s. ed. Wr. 2170; pr. c. 6762; 

a qvic cole Beves 1548; as blak as cole 

p. I. s. II, 42; coles f2^^-J ^^('^i^- ^01; 

brennen t6 colen st. gen. 2653. 

colblak coal-black, o. a. n. 75. 

colmose, A. Sax. colmase voc. 62, Germ. 
kolmeise, cole-mouse, prompt. 88. 

colrake coal-rake, voc. 276; prompt. 88. 
col, A. Sax. col, 0. II. Germ, chuoler, from 

calen, cool, frigidus, Mand. 305; cool 

misc. 149; cole red Rob. 131, 8. 
col see caul. 
Colchestre, A. Sax. Colneceaster, ColcJiester, 

Rob. 2, 22. 
cold see cald. 
colien, A. Sax. colian, 0. II. Germ, chuolen, 

cool; Colin "frigefacere", prompt. 87 ; colen 

Gaw. 1254; comp. a-, forcolien. 
coliere, 31. II. Germ, kolsere, collier, carbona- 

rius, Octov. 495; kolieres fpl.) Will. 2523. 
colke colk fcouk, coke), volva ? appel . . . pat 

even in middes has a colke pr. c. 6445; 

colke fdat.) Town. myst. 281. 
coUere, Fr. collier, collar, prompt. 87 . 
colmi see culmi. 

colok collock, "cantharu£\ voc. 257 . 
colop collop; colopes, coloppes fpl.) Langl. 

6, 287 f7, 272). 
colour, O.Fr. colour, colour, Shoreh. 26; 

Will. 764. 
colpon, Fr. coupon, cut, shred; colpOns, cul- 

pons fpl.) Chauc. C. t. a 679; culpftus 

Iw. 641. 
colt, A. Sax. colt ('?), colt, "pullus\ prompt, 

13 



98 



colvre 



con- 



88; horn. 1, 3; Chauc. C. t. a 3263; 
Lidg. m. p. 255; ])et colt ayenl. 185. 
colvre see culfre. 
colwen coUow f colly J; colwid (part. J prompt. 

88. 
comb see camb. 
combren see cumbren. 
come see cume. 

comete, Fr. comete, comet, Boh. 416, 13. 
comiii^ Lat. ciiminum, cumin, prompt. 89; 

Wicl. Is. 28. 
comp see camp. 
eomsen see under con-. 
con-, Fr. Lat. con-, con-. 

quailin quail, '■^coagulare'', 'prompt. 418. 
conceiven conceive; conceive]) fpres.J a- 
yenh. 136. 
condicion condition, ayenh. 173. 
confermen confirm; confermi Belc. 481. 
confonden confound; confonde Marg. 173. 
confort comfort. Will. 1408; cunfort ho7n. 

1, 185; kunfort, cumfort a. r. 236. 
conforten comfort; conforti p. I. s. XV, 

116; corforted (part.) Will. 380. 
conftis confuse, Langl. h 10, 136. 
confusion confusion, ayenh. 229. 
coint, O.Fr. coint, Lat. cognitus, see Diez 
wh. 110, quaint. Will. 653; Gaio. 1526; 
cointe, cpointe a. r. 140; se comte kei- 
ser Kath. 580; quoint Mapes 337; a. 
p. 1, 888; pe quointe swike Roh. 105, 
5; qneinte Chauc. C. t. 5943. 
culvert, O.Fr. culvert, Lat. collibertus, 
see L)ie% wh. 604, villanous, Flor. a. Bl. 
329. 
cullin, O.Fr. coillir, Lat. coUigere, cull, 
prompt. 107; sex hundred of hise he 
colede out Man. 2731. 
couchin, O.Fr. colcier, colchier, couchier, 
couch, ^^collocare\ prompt. 96; kouched 
(part.) Will. 2240. 
comanden command; comaunde (pres.) c. 

I. 956. 
comencen commence; comse Will. 2244; 



comseth, cumsep (pres.) Langl. 1, 128 

(137). 
commencement commencement, misc. 30. 
commun common, ayenh. 37 . 
coverchief, O.Fr. couvrechief, cueuvrechief, 

herchief; coverchief, kerchef Chauc. C. 

t. h 837; kovercheef Lidg. m. p. 48; 

keverchief i?. I. s. XXIV, 126. 
coveren, O.Fr. covrir, cueuvrir, Lat. co- 

operire, cover; covere Man. 14101; co- 

vere, kevere Langl. h 3, 60; kevere 

Wicl. Hahah 2. 
covert coveH, Will 2217; pr. c. 4489. 
compaignie company, Man. 3131; cum- 

paignie p. I. s. XIII, 185; cumpanie 

Will. 1124. 
cumpas compass, c. I. 739. 
compassion, compassioun compassion, ayenh. 

148; Chauc. C. t. a 1110. 
compleignen complain; compleigne, com- 

pleine Chauc. C t. a 908. 
complexioun complexion, ayenh. 157 . 
compoune compound, Chauc. Boet. 2419. 
conqueren, O.Fr. conquerre, conquer; con- 

quere Man. 3127. 
conqueste conquest, Man. 4599. 
curraiin, Fr. corroyer, curoy, prompt. 110. 
conscience, kunscence conscience, a. r. 228 

§^ 306. 
conseil counsel, misc. 26; Roh. 48, 11; 

Hoccl. L, 76; consail Beh. 881; coun- 

sail a. r. 70; pr. c. 5943. 
kunsiler counsellor, a. r. 410. 
kunsenten consent, a. r. 272; consentede 

(pret.) Beh. 1871. 
cosin cousin, Roh. 38, 8; Man. 47 53. 
cosine female cousin, Roh. 330, 16; Will. 

602. 
custurae custom, p. I. s. XVII, 204; ku- 

stume misc. 47 . 
contac strife, ayenh. 15; contak s. s. ed. 

Wr. 1718; contek Roh. 90, 16. 
counten count, computare; countep (pres) 

Langl. 3, 137 (141). 



conestable 



cost 



99 



contenance countenance, Chauc. C. t, b 
320; cuntenaunce Will. 1397. 

controven, Fr. controuver, contrive; con- 
treove, contreve Man. 7146 Sf 8986; 
contreve Langl. h 10, 19; controves 
fpres.J pr. c. 1561. 

conveien, O.Fr. conveier, convey; conveie 
Will. 5111; Man. 13123. 

convenant, covenant covenant, Bob. 179, 
18 Sf 185, 10. 

CO vent cotivent, p. I. s. XVI, 160; ku- 
vent a. r. 12. 

covine, O.Fr. covine, convine agreement, 
intrigue, JFill. 3147. 
conestable^ O.Fr. conestable, constable, Ha- 
vel. 2286; cunestable hom. 1, 247. 
coiling^ O.Fr. connin, cong, "cuniculus'' , voc. 

177; Will. 182; coning, coni Wicl. levit. 

11; cunig p. I. s. VIII, 182; conig Min. 

37. 
coimeii see cunnen. 

contraric, Fr. contraire, contrary, ayenb. 136. 
centre-, O.Fr. contre, Lat. contra, counter-. 

countirfet counterfeit, prompt. 99. 

countirpeis, -pois counterpoise, prompt. 99. 
contre, Fr. contree, country. Lay 1282'^; 

Mand. 244; contre, cuntre Chauc. C. t. 

a 216; cuntre Will. 6. 
cop, A.Sax. copp, O.Fris. kop, O.Icel. koppr, 

0. H. Germ, choph, cop, caput, culmen, p. 

s. 70; rel. ant. 1, 144; pa turres cop 

X«3. 7781; pe cop of pe Mile Mand. 

17 ; coppe (dat.) Chauc. h. f. 1166; Par- 
ten. 5911; bi pe coppe he him nam Lay 

684"^'; from pe tures coppe a. r. 228; 

pe coppis of pe hillis Wicl. genes. 8. 
cope see cape. 
cope, O.L.Germ. copa, O.H.Germ. chuopha, 

coop; coop "xtjcpoc", voc. 178. 
coper, Lat. cuprum, copper, Chauc. C. 1. 13220. 
copenere, copinere, A. Sax. copenere, Icwer, 

0. a. n. 1342; copinere misc. 150; Bob. 

335, 7; copiner s. s. ed. Web. 2225. 
copnien await, expect? ich copni pi cume 



Marh. 21; copnid & keped hpuch ure 

is kempe tO overcumen Oder Kath. 802; 

pe copned ant cleoped me (pat cleoped 

me & copned) 2378. 
coppe, L. Germ, kobbe, cob (cop), aranea, 

Mire 1937; comp. attercoppe. 
corage, O.Fr. corage, courage, ayenb. 164; 

Man. 5384. 
corde, O.Fr. corde, cord, p. I. s. XVII, 165. 
core, Fr. coeur, ewe, ^^aruld\ prompt. 93; 

Lidg. m. p. 43; sacram. 757 . 
corien (corien?), 0. Dutch koeren? gemere, 

queri? comp. acorien. 
coriun a sort of horn. Lay 7002. 
cork, 0. Dutch kork, cork, "suberies, cortex", 

pro7npt. 93. 
corleu, Fr. corlier, courli, curlew, scolopax, 

Langl. b 14, 43. 
corn, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. corn, O.Fris. 0. 

Icel. korn, O.H.Germ. chorn, Goth, kaum, 

corn, granum, Orm. 1500; Shoreh. 32; 

p. s. 342; heo freten pet corn & pat 

grses Lay 3905; corne fplj Chauc. h. f. 

698; cornes pr. c. 3420. 

cornstak stacJc of corn; cornstakkes fpl.J 
Man. 14690. 
corne, 0. Fr. corne, 'corn, clavus pedis, prompt. 

93. 
corner, O.Fr. cornie-, corner, Mand. 217; 

cornieres fpl.J ayenb. 124. 
cors, O.Fr. cors, corps, corpse, Gaw. 1237; 

Wicl. genes. 18; ded cors Man. 4492; 

corps, cors Langl. b 15, 23. 
cors see curs. 
cort see curt. 
cos see cus. 

cosche c sh, Huguriuvri\ prompt. 94. 
cosin see under con-. 
cosp, A. Sax. cosp, cops, cosp (cops), compeSy 

pessulus; comp. hand-, sweorcops. 
cost, A. Sax. cost (modus) Bout. ev. gloss.y 

O.Icel. kostr (optio, conditio), O.H.Germ. 

chost (electio, aestimatio), Goth, kustus 

(6oxi|JLig), from cheosen, choice, manner, 



100 



cost 



coupen 



quality^ Gaw. 646; Langl. 1491 ; per naes 
cost nan Oder Lay 18166; knewen he 
nogt dis dewes cost st. gen. 3327; costes 
fpl.j Shoreh. 10; m. h. 147; son sum ic 
pas paxen man pa flseh i childes costes 
Orm. 8056; de culver haved costes gode 
rel. ant. 1, 226; cost as Degrev. 364; 
pe ne majen aire coste halden crist(es) 
bibode horn. /, 21; comp. far-, or-, un- 
cost. 

cost, 0. Dutch M.H.Germ. kost, O.Fr. coust, 
cost, impensa, sumptus, Hob. 33, 14; p. 
40, 7; Lidg. m. p. 208; hver lite pro- 
tit lip and moche cost ayenh. 83; upe 
his Q^Qw^&i Marg. 281; at mm owne coste 
Chmic. C. t. a 804; costes fpl.J HoccJ. 
/, 362; costis ^Hmpensas\ WicJ. 2 pa- 
ral 8. 

costlewe '■^mmptuo8us\ prompt. 93; Chauc. 
ivories 178. 

cost!', 0. Fr. coste, Lat. costa, coad, Tor. 
1410. 

Cftsteii^ O.Dutch M.H.Germ. kosten, O.Icel. 
kosta, 0. Fr. couster, Welsh costiaw fcost, 
expend), Bret, kousta, Lat. constare, cost, 
constare: he schal costen pe ful deore c. 
/. 1092; costip fpres.J Lidg. m. p. 152; 
coste "'impetide', Wicl. deeds 21; coste 
fpret.J Chauc. C. t. a 1908; and ^et 
wolde 1 swere pat it coste me moche 
more Langl. h 13, 383; if pou have ojt 
on hur cost f expended J avoiv. Arth. XXV HI, 
3. 

costiiien^ A. Sax. costnian, try, tempt: biite 
he icostned weoren fr. weore) prie inne 
compe Lay 24669. 

('((stiiieu = costen; costnep fpres.J ayenh. 
7o; pet costnede him so deore a. r.290; 
pou3 it hadde costned me catel Ljangl. 
ed. Wr. 406. 

costiiiuge expense, fms. costnigge) ayenh. 151 ; 
mid his a^ere costninge L^ay 22547 . 

costuuiigo^ A. Sax. costnung, temptation: ne 
led us noht into costnunge hom. 1 , 67 . 



costrelle costril, small barrel, prompt. 95 ; 

Chauc. I. g. w. 2664. 
cot, A. Sax. cot, O.Icel, kot, O.Dutch kot, 

kote, cot, cote, ^^cella\ fragrn. 4, 54; me 

ne mei nout piduten spink a lutel kot 

areren a. r. 362; cote "casa'\ voc. 273; 

Havel. 737; cote fdat.J Chauc. C. t. a 

2457; cotes fpl.J Langl. b 8, 16; Wicl. 

ivisd. 11. 

cotlTf rel. ant. 1, 178. 
cote, 0. Fr. cote, cotte, 0. 11. Germ, cozo, 

cozzo, coat, Hunica\ voc. 238; Gmv. 2, 

47; Gaw. 152; cote, coote Chauc. C. t. 

a 103; Wicl. genes. 37. 
cote, coote, Dutch koet, coot, ^'•mergus\ voc. 

188 Sf 253 ; ^^mergus, fulica\ prompt. 95; 

Harum\ Wicl. levit. 11. 
cotouii, Fr. coton, cotton, Mand. 212. 
cope, A. Sax. cOd, codu, cooth, morbus, Alex. 

2815; cothe ^^ syncope \ prompt. 96; Toivn. 

myst. 31. 
COH see cfi. 
couaril, O.Fr. couard, coward, h. h. 140; 

Alis. 2108; cueard a. r. 288''\ 
coucheii see under con-. 
coufel? coufles fpl.J Rob. 265, 9. 
cough, 0. Dutch kuch, cough, "tussis'", prompt. 

97; cou voc. 267. 
coiigheii, 0. Dutch kuchen, M. II. Geryn. ku- 

chen, cough, Chauc. C. t. 10082; coughen, 

couhin, couin ^Hussire\ prompt. 97 ; cou- 

we fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 211 ; coghip Flor. 

248; koghe fimper.J Mire 891; couhede, 

couede, coughed fpret.J Langl. 5, 205 

f361J. 
coul see cuvel. 
coupe, Fr. coupe, vas potoriwn: mid gilde- 

ne coupe Lay 24612 ; a coupe wip win 

sche hadde in hande Man. 7563 ; coupes 

fpl.J ayenh. 35. 
coupe = cupe? coop f coup J for poultry, rel. 

ant. 1, 4. 
coupen, Fr. couper? couped shon Tor. 193; 

galoches icouped Langl. b 18, 14. 



coupeu 



crammien 



101 



mil pen »ee clieapien. 

roiiplcii^ Fr. coupler, couple: kupled bode 

to gederes a. r. 78; couple]) ^'eopulatis', 

Wicl. Is. 6; icuplet (part. J Kath. 1059. 
r«iireii^ Dan. kure, Swed. kura, Gei^m. kau- 

orn, cower, inflexis genihus suhsidere; cou- 

re Flor. 785; pi. t. 155; kourip fpres.J 

Alls. 2053; koured fpret.J Will. 47. 
rout's, Fr. cours, course, p. I. s. XXV, J 25; 

Chauc. C. t. a 8; cors Gaw. 116. 
roiirser, Fr. coursier, courser, Chauc. C. t. 

a 1704. 
coiiscot, A. Sax. ctisceote (?), caushot f cushat, 

cooscotj, '■'■palumhes\ voc. 221. 
fove, Fr. couvee, covey, prompt. BH. 
coYt'le see cuvele. 
coveiit see under con-. 
fovi'reu = recoveren? covere Havel. 2040 ; 

pr. c. 811; keoveri p. I. s. XXIII, 136; 

kevere Roh. 256, 10; Will. 1521; ke- 

vered fpret.J Gaw. 1755; see acoveren. 
covcreii see under con-. 
Coviiitre Coventry, Roh. 6, W. 
rrahbc, A. Sax. crabba, 0. Butch krabbe, 0. 

feel, krabbi, crah, ''cancer", prompt. 99; 

horn. 1, 51; Lidg. m, p. 58; crabben 

fpl.J Alis. 4943. 

? crabbetre crah-tree, prompt. 99; crabtre 
voc. 192. 
crabbid cr ailed, Chauc. C. t. 9079; Lidg. 

m. p. 132; crabbede wordes Langl. 10, 

104 (11, 65). 
cracche, O.Fr. crache, cratch, ''praesepe\ 

prompt. 99; Will. 3233; Wicl. Joh 6; 

crecche a. r. 260. 
crat'chiii cratch, scalpere, prompt. 99; crac- 

chen (cracche) us or clawe Langl. h prol. 

154; cracched fpret.J Orph. 78. 
cradel, A. Sax. cradol, //•. craidhal, cr^adle 

fcredlej, a. r. 82; Alis. 3655; Chauc. C. 

t. a 2019; credel, cradel prompt. 101; 

credel s. s. ed. Wr. 789; cradele fdat.J 

0. a. n. 631; credile Man. 243, 7. 
rrseft. craft, A. Sax. crseft, O.L.Germ. craft, 



0. Fris. kreft, 0. IL Germ, chraft, 0. Icel. 

kraptr, craft, vis, ars, Lm^. 2840 Sf 8287 ; 

craft Orm. 18809; Will. 635; Chauc. C. 

t. a 401; LAdg. m. p. 162; creft Kath. 

872; ayenl. 35; pene creft fragm. 1,2; 

|;ough he criede wij) alle pe craft pat 

he coude Mand. 305; craftes fpl.J o. a. 

n. 568; Percev. 560; comp. dweomer-, 

loche-, leod-, wicchecraft. 

creftleas ''iners\ fragm. 2, 37 . 

craftmon La-^. 28944. 
cr«ft«'ii, A. Sax. craeftan, accomplish ? crefte 

Shoreh. 157; creftep fpres.J 2. 
crafti, A. Sax. craeftig-, O.R.Germ. chrefti- 

ger, crafty, m. h. 2; crafti and Strang 

^r. c. 9088; crefti Kath. 125; craftier 

fcompar.J Will. 1680. 

craftiliche, craftili craftily, Langl. 10, 5 
fll, 5J; craftili Iw. 3104; creftiluker 
fcompar.J Kath. 260. 
crag, /r. Welsh craig, Gael, creag, crag, ru- 

pes. Will. 2850; cragge fdat.J Chauc. r. 

r. 4156; cragges fpl.J pr. c. 6393. 
crahieii? JIarh. 9, 14. 
craier, O.Fr. craier, s^nall vessel; craiers 

fpl.J d. Arth. 738. 
crak, M. II. Genu, krach, crach, frag or; krak 

Alis. 641; li I. disc. 962. 
krakc, O.Icel. kraka, crake, "cornix", voc. 

188; s. s. ed. Web. 3532. 
crakicii, A. Sax. cracian, O.Dutch craken, 

M. II. Germ, krachen, C9'ack, crepare, stre- 

pere, frangere; crake Rich. 5423; Flar. 

92; I. h..r. 144; rel. ant. 1, 2; crakep 

fpres.J Shoreh. 99; so chante}) he and 

crakep Chauc. C. t. 9724; pei craken 

Gow. 3, 94; and craked hope hire legges 

Langl. h 18, 73; banes per crakeden 

Z«5. 1875; kraked fpart.) Havel. 1238. 
crallcu, Germ, krallen, torquere, crispare? 

cralle fpres. imper.J I. c. c. 35; cralled 

fpart. J ibid. ; curious harneis quaintli 

crallit pi. t. 134. 
cramniieii, A. Sax. crammian, cram, farcire; 



102 



crampe 



creopen 



cremmin prompt. 101; crammid f part. J 
Wicl. Sos. 13; beo ur moup crommed 

with clay p. I. s. XXV, 112; icrammed 

Chauc. C. t. 13763; icrammed, icrommet 

Langl. prol. 41. 
crampe^ O.Dutch krampe, O.II.Germ. cliram- 

plio, cramp fcrompj, ^^spasmus\ prompt. 

100; Chauc. Troil. 3920; crampe, crompe 

Langl. b 13, 336. 
craue^ A. Sax. cran, O.Dutch krane, crane, 

'\grus\ voc. 188; prompt. 100; Lidg. m. 

p. 164; cron (crane) La^. 20163; crane 

fdat.J ayenh. 66; cronez fpl.J a. p. 2, 68. 
craui^ O.Fr. crane? cranny, "rima\ prompt. 

100; cranis fpl.J sacram. 710. 
craiike crank, ^'■girgillus, haustrum^\ prompt. 

100. 
crappe crap, ^^acus\ prompt. 100; crappis 

fpl.J voc. 201. 
crascliiii crash, crepare, frendere, prompt. 

100; craschede brainez d. Arth. 2114. 
craseu^ Dati. krase, Swed. krasa, craze, cre- 
pare, frangere: j3e cablis crasen m. t. 

128; pe pot was erased Chauc. C. t. 

12862; coveitise hap crasid 30ure crou- 

ne dep. Rich. 4, 21. 
crask = cask? crask or lusti ^^crasms\ prompt. 

100. 
cravant see creant. 
craven, A. Sax. crafian, O.Icel. krefja ^r^^. 

krafda, crave, poscere, petere, st. gen. 1320; 

crave c. I. 249; an. lit. 11; s. s. ed. 

Weh. 62; Iw. 2733; Hoccl. I, 432; 

crave fpres.J spec. 72; cravep Shoreh. 61 ; 

cravep, craven, crave Langl. 3, 216 

f221J; cravede fpret.J st. gen. 1418; 

Havel. 633; icraved f part. J a. r. 2^\ 
craw, A. Sax. crop, crow f craw J, cantus ; 

crowe fdat.J Belc. 1090; Chauc. C. t. a 

3676; comp. hanecrau. 
crawe, Dan. krave, O.II.Germ. chrago, craw, 

guttur, prompt. 101; JFicl. 4 kings 6. 
crawe, A. Sax. crape, 0. II. Germ, chrawe, 

chraia, chraa, 0. L. Germ, kraia, crow 



f craw J, ^^cornix\ voc. 188 ; crope o. a. n, 

126; crowe Chauc. C. t. a 2692; crCwen 

fpl.J p. I. s. XVII, 186. 

cropelec meadow-saffron, fragm. 3, 41. 

crowefot crow-foot, prompt. 106. 
craweii, A. Sax. crapan, [O.II.Germ. chra- 

han pret. chrata], crow f craw J, canere; 

crawe p. s. 238; crowe misc. 46; crew 

fpret.J Wicl. John 18; ere we s. s. ed. 
Wei. 2636; crowen f part. J Town. myst. 

182; crowe lud. Cov. 278; icrowe Chauc. 

C. t. a 3367. 
creaiit, O.Fr. creant, craven; creaunt a. r. 

288; cravant Kath. 133. 
creature, Fr. creature, creature, Chauc. C t. 

a 2769. 
cred, A. Sax. cread (?), turla ? for ... mi- 

kel crede Man. 11244. 
credel see cradel. 
creft see crseft. 

crei, Germ, krei, cantus? o. a. n. 336. 
crekiii creak, "gracillare^\ prompt. 101. 
crelle creel, ^'sporta\ prompt. 101. 
creme, Fr. creme, cream, Langl. 4366. 
crenipeu^ 0. Dutch krempen, M. H. Germ. 

krempfen, contract, restrain; crempe o. a. 

n. 1788; comp. forcrempen. 
creiichen? crenchen (crenge) mit spire Marh. 

9, 14. 
crencleii crinkle? the hous is crencled Chauc. 

I. g. w. 2008. 
creopen, A. Sax. creopan, O.Icel. kriupa, 0. 

Fris. kriapa, creep, repere; creope Alls. 

676; crepen La'^. 29313; crope ffor 

creope), crepe o. a. n. 819; creop fpres. 

imper.J a. r. 292; creopinde f part. J Marh. 

11; creap fpret.J Kath. 908; crep st. 

gen. 2924; Alis. 671; s. s. ed. Wr. 

479; krep s. a. c. 1, 16; crap ffor creap 

or creep) La"^. 29282; crop avow. Arth. 

LXV, 1; (pou) crope Langl. 3, 184 

fl90j; heo crupen (crope) La-^. 18472; 

cropen st. gen. 2974; crope Bek. 2241; 

crope f part. J Grno. 1, 198; Chauc. C. t. 



cresse 



crok 



103 



a 4259; Lidg. m. p. 240; comp. aet- 

creopen. 
cresse, A, Sax. cresse, cerse (?), O.H.Germ. 

chresso, cresso, cressa, O.L.Germ. kerse, 

cress f kerse J, ^^nasturtium\ prompt. 102; 

a. p. 1, 343; kerse Gow. 1, 299; is no^t 

worp a kerse Langl. b 10, 17; comp. 

watercresse. 
creste, O.Fr. creste, crest, ^^crista\ prompt. 

102. 
Crete, 0. Butch kratte fcorUsJ, 0. H. Germ. 

crezzo (calathus), crate? pe kinges zone 

. . . pet wepp ine his crete ayenl. 131 . 
crevil, 0. Butch krevel (pruritus)? Lidg. m. 

p. 31. 
krevis, Fr. ecrevisse, crayfish, Lidg. m. p. 

154. 
crevisse, Fr. crevasse, crevice, G'uw. 2183; 

crevas(se) s. s. ed. Wr. 768. 
cri, Fr. cri, cry, La-^. 11991""; Bel. 81; 

kri Will 2174. 
cribbe, A. Sax. cribb (?), 0. Fris. kribbe, 0. 

L.Germ. cribbia, O.H.Germ. crippa, cbri- 

pia, crih, "praesepe", prompt. 103; horn. 

1, 277; Orm. 3321; Mand. 70; pr. c. 

5200. 
crien, Fr. crier, cry, Havel. 2443; crie 

Brand. 22 ; crie fpres. imver.J a. r. 136; 

crlande (part. J Will. 4347; criede fpret.J 

Langl. I 5, 451; crleden hom. 1, 279. 
crike, Fr. cri que, 0. Butch kreke? creeh, 

^^scatefhjra\ prompt. 103; Chauc. C. t. 

a 409; krike Havel. 708. 
crike, 0. Icel. kriki flaarj Fritzners ordh., 

femur? his nese went unto pe crike fms. 

crice, r. w. swike) Havel. 2450. 
criket, Fr. criquet, cricket, Langl. h 14, 42. 
crikke crick, '■'■spasmus', prompt. 103; thou 

might stomble and take the crik rel. 

ant. 2, 29. 
crimpil ^Wuga'\ prompt. 103. 
erimplin "rugare'\ prompt. 103. 
crips see crisp. 
crisme, Gr. ;(pTa|jia, chrism, st. gen. 2458. 



crisp, A. Sax. crisp, Lat. crispus, crisp 

(crips), Mand. 168; his crispe her Chauc. 

C. t. a 2165; crips treat. 138. 
crista!, Fr. cristal, crystal, spec. 52. 
cristeii, A. Sax. cristen, christian: a cristen 

man Langl. 11, 120 (ed. Wr. 6827); 

cristene (suhst.) Shoreh. 56; pis god« king 

pat pus cristene bicom Boh. 75, 1; cri- 

stine (cristene) (pi.) Lay 29773. 

cristendom Christendom, Bek. 108; pane 
cristendom Shoreh. 5. 
cristiiieii, A. Sax. cristnian, christen; crist- 

nie Shoreh. 9; cristnede (pret.) p. I. s. 

XV, 177; cristned (part.) Orm. 1782. 
cristiiinge christening, ayenl. 14. 
croce, croche, O.Fr. croce, croche, "pedurn\ 

prompt. 103 S^ 104; a bischopes crosse 

(croce) Langl. 8, 94 (Wart. hist. 2, 70); 

croche, It. croccia, crotch, ^^8ustentaculurrC\ 

voc. 277; see crucche. 
crockc, A. Sax. crocca, crock, "olla'\ fragm. 

4, 14; a. r. 214; crokke Shoreh. 106; 
Langl. h 19, 275. 

crockere "figulus\ W'lcl. wisd. 15; crokke- 

re Shoreh. 106. 
croft, A. Sax. croft (?), croft, agellus, Langl. 

5, 582 (6, 63); lud. Cov. 36. 

croh, A. Sax. croh (?), Gael, crog? urceus? 

h. m. 39; croos (pi.) misc. 29. 
crois, O.Fr. crois, crux, c. I. 1183; p. I. 

s. Ill, 88; Jos. 446; croiz Horn ed. 

Bits. 1314; creoiz a. r. 18; croiz, croi- 

ce Bek. 959 Sf 971; croice Will. 350; 

see cros. 
croiseu, Fr. croiser, Butch kruisen, cruise, 

cruce signare, in crucis formam ponere: 

to croici prie his foreheved p. I. s. XVII, 

73; creoised (pres. imper.) a. r. 64; 

croised (part.) I. h. r. 133. 
crok, 0. Icel. krokr, crook, "uncus', voc. 237; 

"pedum'', prompt. 104; on his bake he 

bar a crok Tor. 1018; crook Alis. 4819; 

Lidg. m. p. 217; croc fraus, Orm. 11635; 

crokez falces, a. p. 1, 40; crokes fraudes^ 



104 



croke 



cruet 



a. r. 268; spec. 10'); crefti crokes Kath. 
125. 

croke crohe fcroaJcJ, ^^iirula\ voc. 267; crau- 
ke refuse of tallow, prompt. 101. 

v.\'iilke\\ croaJc ; crouken '■^coaxare\ prompt. 105. 

crokiu crooh, ^^curvare\ prompt. 104; s. s. 
ed. . Wr. 600; croki ayenb. 177: croke 
mcJc. thes. 1, 229; Gow. 2, 144; croked 
(pres.J horn. 2, 61; crookeden fpret.J 
Mid. p>^- ^6; croked (part. J o. a. n. 80; 
Gaiv. 653. 



cronie 



criime. 



cromnien see crammen. 

croiie^ 0. Dutch 'kxom.Q, O.Fr. caroigne? cro- 
ne, Chauc. a t. b 432. 

croueii (cronen?), 0. Dutch kronen, kreuneii, 
0. H. Germ, clironen ? croon, gemere ; ye 
crone fms. croine, r. iv. mone) Town, 
myst. 116. 

crop, A. Sax. cropp, 0. Dutch krop, O.Icel. 
kroppr, 0. II. Germ, chropli, crop, guttur, 
caput, Langl. 10940; Chauc. Boet. 1879; 
p. I. s. II, 98; I. h. 7. 69; hit hadde 
crop so an heort Alis. 688; a tree . . . 
of whilk pe crop es turned do(u)nward 
pr. c. 663; pe crop of pe rede brere /. 
c. c. 42; in crop(pe) ant rote spec. 100; 
croppes fpl.J Chauc. r. r. 1396. 

cropcre, Fr. croupiere, crupper; croperes, 
cropiers fpl.J Langl. b 15, 453. 

croppeii^ O.Icel. kroppa, crop, carpere; crop- 
pe m. t. 167; he is ase pe pidi pet 
spriited ut pe betere pet me hine ofte 
cropped a. r. 86; suche (foules) cometh 
to ml croft and croppeth ml whete Langl. 
b 6, 33; hast pou . . . cropped 3erus 
fr. ierus) of corne 3Itrc 1502. 

cros, O.Icel. kross, cross, crux, La"^. 31386; 
Kath. 727; Langl. . a 6, 13 fb 5, 529 
has cruche); in pis purse wheper per 
be eni cros or crouche Ilalliw. diet. 282; 
f>ne crosse across, d. Arth. 3667 . 

erossen^ O.Icel. krossa, cross; crossid '•^cruce 
signatus', prompt. 105. 



tTotc, Fr. crotteV '■^glebula', prompt. 105; 

ilk a crote Man. 2102; croote ^^cremi- 

wn\ Wicl. ps. 101. 
crouchen^ crouken see cruchen. 
CTOUileii see cruden. 
crouke^ A. Sax. cruce ('?), O.L.Germ. cruca, 

urceus? Chauc. C. t. a 4158. 
crouiie see crime. 
crou|>^ Welsh crwth, crouth f crowd), violina, 

spec. 53; h. T. 485. 
crowe see crawe. 
crucchc, A. Sax. crycc, 0. II. Germ, krucka, 

crutch: mid his crucche La-^. 19482. 
cruche, O.Fr. cruche (?), O.L.Germ. cruce, 

crux, Kath. 117 1; cruche, crouche Langl. 

b 5, 529; crouche Shoreh. 15; g. 54. 
cruchen cruce signare; crouche f pres.J Chauc. 

C. t. a 3479; crouchep Shoreh. 15; heo 

cruchede hire Kath. 628. 
criicheu, Germ, krauchen? Welsh crwcau? 

crouch: 1 can nauther crouke ne knele 

Town. myst. 163; kni^tes croukep hem 

to & cruchep full lowe pi. cr. 751; ])ei 

so lowe crouchen 302. 
crud crowd, Arth. a. Merl. 5510. 
crudfle, curde curd f crud J, ^^coagulum'\ prompt. 

105; cruddes fpl.J Langl. 6, 284 f7 , 

269 J; curdes voc. 178. 
cruddin curd fcrudj, '■'coagulare', prompt. 

105; crudded f part. J Wicl. Job 10. 
crude? 

croudewain, O.Dutch kruiwagen, crowd- 
wain. Am. a. Amil. 1858. 
cruden, A. Sax. crudan (?) pret. cread, 0. 

Dutch kruiden pret. krood, crowd, trudere, 

pellere; crude Horn ed. Lum. 1293 ; crou- 

din prompt. 105; croude Chauc. C. t. b 

801 ; croude fpres. imper.J Alls. 609; 

crodin fpret.J p. r. I. p. 245; comp. ut- 

cruden. 
cruel, Fr. cruel, &ruel, a. r. 100. 
cruelte cruelty, a. r. 268; Man. 5186. 
cruet cruet, ^^phiala\ rel. ant. 1, 6; cruetz 

fpl.J Brand. 14. 



crul 



cuf 



105 



cm!, M, 11. Germ, krul, 0. Dutch krol, cris- 

pii,s; crulle i^pl.J Chauc. C. t. a 81; crol- 

le Alu. 1999. 
cruUen, 0. Dutch krollen, curl, crupare; crul- 

(l)ing Halliw. diet. 284; curlid prmnpt. 

111. 
crunib, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. crumb, O.lI.Germ. 

chrumber, cmp. Ir. crum, crom, Gael. 

crom, Bret, kroumm, kromm, crum, cur- 

vus, Orm. 9207; croiim s. s. ed. Wr. 

2477. 
criiiiibe crome; crombe, croumbe ^^uncus\ 

prompt. 104. 
cruuiben, O.lI.Germ. (ge)chrumben, O.Dutch 

krommen, curvare; cromin prompt. 104; 

crumpt [part. J Halliw. diet. 284. 
crume, A.Sax. crume, Germ, krume, crumb, 
• "mica\ roc. 268; a. r. 342; crome Mire 

2013; crumen fpl.J a. r. 344; crumes 

Orm. 147 d; cromes Chauc. C. t. ed. lyrwh. 

16528. 
crumeleii, Germ, krtimeln, crumble; kremelid 

[part. J I. c. c. 36. 
crunipe crump, spasQnus, Town. myst. 308. 
crumplcn crumple: was crompild and crokid 

Flm^. 1979. 
cruiie, 0. Icel. kruna, Lat. corona, crown, 

Lay 4261 Sf 13110; Orm. 8168; crune, 

croune, corune Havel. 668, 1319 &f 2734; 

crtine, corune st. gen. 2638 Sf 2642; co- 

roune ayenb. 168; crtinen fpl.J a. r. 238; 

crounen Rob. 242, 6. 
cruuicii crown, coronare; crouni Beh. 1728; 

kruned fpres.J a. r. 392; cruneden fpret.J 

Lay 31936; crimed f part. J Orm. 6462. 
criininge coronation, proclam. 8. 
crupcl, O.lI.Germ. crupel, O.Icel. krypill, 

kryppill, 0. Dutch krepel, kreupel, O.Fris. 

kreppel, from creopen, cripple (crupple), 

h. m. 33; rel. ant. 1, 243; cripel chron. 

Engl. 77 li cripil, crepil ^^claudus\ prompt. 

103; crepel Gow. 3, 147. 
crupelen go lihe a cripple ? cripelande (part. J 

rel. ant. 1, 211. 



crus, M. II. Germ, krus, crouse, crispus, ira- 

tu8, Havel. 1966; crous Halliw. diet. 283. 
crus, crous, O.Icel. krus, cantharm, prompt. 

106. 
cruschin, O.Fr. cruisir, croisir, crush, ^^quas- 

sare\ prompt. 106; cruschen d. Arth. 

1134. 
cruskiu a little crtis, prmnpt. 106. 
cruste, Lat. crusta, crust, p. s. 204. 
cii, A.Sax. cu, O.Fris. ku, O.Icel. kja* aoc. 

ku, O.L.Germ. O.Dutch kO, O.lI.Germ. 

chuo, cow; ku ^^vacca', fragm. 3, 29; a. 

r. 418; Alis. 6966; ecu Langl. 6, 289 

(7, 274); ki, A.Sax. cf, fpl.J Man. 

4732; kie ps. 67, 31; kuiu Alis. 760; 

kin fms. kyn) p. I. s. XIII, 236; kiin, 

kien La/gl. h 6, 142; kien Wicl. genes. 

32; km, ken iritl. 6 Sf 244; ken ayenb. 

191; Octov. 672. 

COubache p. I. s. XIII, 244. 

coucalf Langl. b 16, 462. 

couherde cowherd, HYll. 4. 

cons J op cowslip (cowslopj, prompt. 99. 
cubbel kibble, fmtis, a. r. 140. 
cue? 

cucstool a stool to pmmh culprits by kick- 
ing them into ivater, prcmpt. 107; cok- 
stol p. 72, 3. 
cuccu cuckoo, cuculus, a. s. 3; coccou ayenb. 

69. 
cuchenc, A.Sax. cycene, kitchen, La^. 3316; 

kuchene a. r. 214; kichene, kechene Will. 

1681 Sf 1707; kechene ayenb. 171; ke- 

cliine Fereev. 466. 
cuckiug kicking? 

cuckingstol p. s. 346; co(c)kingstol rel. 
ant. 2, 176. 
cude, A.Sax. cud (?), from cheowen? cud 

fcude, quid J, rumen, Orm. 1237 ; kude, 

code, qvide, qvede Wicl. levit. 11 Jj* deu- 

ter. 14. 
cuf, A.Sax. c^f, kive fkeevej, cupa, fragm. 

4, 23; klve fdat.J rel. ant. 2, 191; ke- 

ve f? printed kove) Beves 2416. 

14 



106 



cufFe 



cumen 



cuffe cuj^, manica, prompt. 106; coifes fpl.J 
Langl 6, 62 (7, 56 J. 

kuggel cudgel? a. r. 292. 

eukeweald cuckold; kukepeld o. a. n. 1544; 
kukewald d. Arth. 1312; coke wold Langl. 
4, 140 (164); Chauc. C. t. a 3152. 

cul tctus: pe cul of per eax a. r. 128. 

cul^ Fr. cul, rump? rel. ant. 1, 225. 

cule see cuvele. 

culfre, A. Sax: culfre, culufre, culver, colum- 
ha, Orm. 1258; kulvre a. r. 98; culver 
Wicl. genes. 8 ; colvre ayenb. 142; colvre, 
colvere Marg. 293 Sf 299; colvere, col- 
ver Langl. h 15, 396; colfren fpl.J Roh. 
190, 11; colveren Alzs. 5405; colveren, 
colveres Mand. 118. 

cvlien urere? camp, forculien. 

culleii^ Dutch killen? hill, caedere: opur to 
cuUe opur to bete p. I. s. XXX, 146; 
counseilede Cairn to cullen (killen) his 
broper Langl. 1, 64 (66); killin ^^occide- 
re\ prompt. 274; culles (pres.) Jos. 545; 
culle (suhj.) a. r. 126; kille Chauc. C. t. 
6623; kulle al ut pet is i pe krocke a. 
r. 346; culde (pret.) L T. 179; ofte me 
liine culde La-^. 20319; culde, kilde Langl. 
3, 180 (186). 

cullen see under con-. 

ciiliii^ 8ioed. kolm? culm (coum), "full go", 
prompt. 108. 

culm en fuliginare? comp. bicolmen. 

culmi^ colffii fuliginosu^? Langl. h 13, 356; 
his colmie sntite Horn ed. Lum. 1082. 

kulue^ A. Sax. cylne(?), O.Icel. kylna, liln, 
fornax, rel., ant. 2, 81 ; kilne prompt. 274. 

culter, A. Sax. Lat. culter, colter,, Lngl. h 
6, 106; Wicl. prov. 23; (^oMqi Mapes 338. 

culvert see under con-. 

cumbe^ A. Sax. cumb(?), comh, modius; cou- 
me ^^cumbd\ prompt. 97 . 

cunibreu^ Jf . IT. 6^^n;i. kumbern, cumher, grie- 
ve, molest; combren ^/. cr. 461; cumbered 
(part.) Em. 483; m. h. 129; combred 
Chauc. Boet. 2642; a. p. 2, 901. 



cume^ A.Sax.fima^, 0. II. Germ, qvemo, ad- 
vena; comp. wilcume. 

cunie^ A. Sax. cyme, O.L.Germ. cumi, O.II. 
Germ, chumi, qvemi, O.Icel. koma, com- 
ing, adventus, a. r. 188; o. a. n. 436; 
cume, kime (come) Lay 3962 ^ 6646; 
cume, come Kath. 413 Sc 671; come 
Orm. 718; st. gen. 2267] c. I. 1031; 
Will. 4192; d. Arth. 1203; comp. 3ein-, 
ham-, to-, utcume. 

cume \ 

cumelich, A. Sax. cymllc, comely, h. m. 
25; kumli Iiv. 2886; comli Alls. 6055; 
Langl. h 15, 444; cumellche (adv.) 
Marh. 19, 18; comloker (compar.) Gaw. 
869. 
comlihede Gow. 2, 354. 
comlinesse comeliness, prompt. 89. 

cumel^ O.Icel. kuml (tumulus)? on cumelan, 
comelan, comlen Lay 6630, 11009 Sf 
30400. 

kumelhig. O.II. Germ, chomeling, comeling, 
advena, st. gen. 834; cumling Iw. 1627; 
cumling, comeling Wicl. levit. 25; come- 
ling prompt. 89. 

cumeu^ A. Sax. O.L.Germ. cuman, O.Fris. 
kuma, koma, 0. led. koma, 0. II. Germ. 
choman, qveman, Goth, qiman, come, ve- 
nire, Orm. 2179; st. gen. 305; rel. ant. 
1, 223; kumen a. r. 394; comen Chauc. 
C. t. 7266; makep to comene ayenb. 106; 
cumed, kimed (pres.) a. r. 350; kimed, 
kimd hom. 1, 33 Sf 153; comep, comp 
Langl. 1, 59 (61) ; sche comep ride ■ 
Laimf. 867; kume (suhj.) a. r. 424; 
kum (imper.) a. r. 292; comep Wicl. 
Mat. 4; com (pret.) Orm. 101; o. a. n. 
133; Will. 39; Tor. 662; a vuhel com 
fl(e)on from h(e)ovene ho7n. 1, 81; pa 
com per a mon irnen Lay 5748; cam 
Chauc. C. t. a 547 ; f. s. ed. Wr. 460; 
Mayid. 12; kam Havel. 863; pou come 
Horn ed. Rits. 117 8; comen Orm. 7492; 
st. gen. 1979; s. s. ed. Wr. 318; comen, 



cumlen 



cunnen 



107 



coomen LangJ. b 20, 210; coomen k. T. 
189; kemin (?) «. a. c. XI, 9; cuineii 
(part.) Orm. 134; st. gen. 366; Iw. 
2956; comen C^.'fwc. C. t. a 67 1 ; icumen 
Lay 320; Mark. 4; a. r. 64; comp. a-, 
an-, bi-, overcumen; deriv. cume, cweme. 
cunileii^ O.Icel. kumla (mishandle J? cumble, 
become tramped? i comle-n/. ant. 2, 211; 
cumblid (comelid) liondis '■'■manus dissolu- 
tus', Hid. Is. 36; comelid ^^eviratus', 
prompt. 6' 6'; comp. acumlen. 
cun^ A. Sax. cjnn, O.Icel. kynni, O.Fris. 
ken, O.L.Germ. cunni, O.II.Germ. chuu- 
ni, Goth, kuni, kin, genus, Kath. 446; 
BeL 61; cun, kun Lay 319 Sf 328; 
kun a. r. 308; o. a. n. 714; fader mo- 
del* ant al ml kun spec. 91; i have no 
kun (kin, kinne) pere Langl. 6, 639 (6, 
118); kin Orm. 2063; Havel. 393; his 
kin and his frendes Mand. 309; ken a- 
yenh. 42; Will. 722; Gow. 3, 332; mo- 
nies cunnes ufel horn. 1, 103 ; Ones kun- 
nes treou a. r. 160; for nones kunnes 
mede p. s. 193; his cunnes men Bek. 
1667 ; kinnes st. gen. 766; Davipes kin- 
nes man Orm. 12628; tpo cunne ancren 
a. r. 128; alle kinne sinnes Langl. b 
20, 370; comp. fu^el-, mancun. 
kunred kindred, Vegrev. 836; kenred 

Shoreh. 46; kunrede (dat.) o. a. n. 

1677 ; kinrede Mand. 67. 
cunraden genus, (? printed cum raden) 

Hick. thes. 1, 226; kunrede Rob. 284, 

3; kinrede ^^prosapia\ prompt. 276; Chauc. 

a t. a 2790; kinrade mil. 622; pa 

tpelf kunreden ham. 1, 141. 
cunrun, A. Sax. cynryn, ^^generatio\ fragm. 

2, 22. 
cun- see con-. 

cundl comp. god-, gramcund. 
cund = cud ? comp. namecund. 
cunde^ A. Sax. cynd, kind, natura, indoles, 
proprietas, Lay 9019"^' Sf 21492; Marh. 
8, 21; he hap angles cunde treat. 134; 



])eos (beastes) dod hare cunde ... in a 
time of pe 3er h. m. 26; peo kunde a. 
r. 14; kinde Orm. 663; Chauc. - C. t. a 
2461; Gaw. 6; kuinde /o«. 131; pe kin- 
de (kuinde) pat of him com c. I. 179; 
as kinde askep Langl. b 2, 27; de her- 
tes haven an oder kinde 7'el. ant. 1, 216; 
to forsake his wedded wlf and do his 
kinde oper wai Mire 230; of kinde "w«- 
turae\ Wicl. deuter. 23; pe lawe of kin- 
de Gow. 3, 204; a-zenst kinde Mand. 
223; kende, kinde "genus, progenies, pro- 
sapia\ prompt. 271; kende Shoreh. 9; a- 
yenb. 28; pat it were comen of riche 
kende lai le fr. 138; comp. i-, mancunde. 

cuiide^ A. Sax. cynde, kind, naturalis, inge- 
nuus, treat. 136; he pat is so cunde rel. 
ant. 2, 227; pe cunde folk of pe lond 
Rob. 40, 11; kuinde c. I. 1044; kinde 
Chauc. C. t. 8478; (h)is kinde lond st. 
gen. 1279; his kinde fader Will. 309; 
kinde (kuinde) wit Langl. 1, 63 (56); 
kende Shm-eh. 90; comp. icunde. 
cundelich, A. Sax. cyndelic, kindly, natu- 
ralis, Kath. 964; hit is a kindelich 
ping avow. Arth. XI, 2; kindeli Wicl. 
wisd. 12; kundellche (adv.) a. r. 120; 
kindelike st. gen. 2600; kindeli, kuinde- 
li Langl. 3, 16; kindeli pr. c. 1686. 

cundlen kindle; kindlin "fetare\ prompt. 276; 
kundled (pres.) a. r. 194; wanne he is 
ikindled rel. ant. 1, 209. 

kuiidles progeny, a. r. 200; kindles rel. ant. 
1, 222; kindlis Wicl. Luke 3. 

cuiie see kine. 

eunneii; A. Sax. cunnan, Goth, kunnan, 0. 
Fris. 0. Icel. kunna, 0. II. Germ, chunnen, 
cun (con), posse, scire, Orm. 2968; alle 
pe creftes pet clerke ah to cunnen Kath. 
624; cunnen pone dank iviszen, a. r. 
124; kunne Wicl. eccles. 7; knOwe and 
kunne (konne) Langl. b 16, 46; konnen 
c. I. 1071; conne Gow. 1,200; s. s. ed. 
Wr. 33; Parten. prol. 104; Creseide 



108 



cunnen 



curtine 



shal not conne knowen me Chauc. Troil. 
7774; \omiQ Roh. 45, 11; cunnand ^^fl'r^.y 
m. h. 93; pat heeld- him self so kun- 
ninge (koniiing) Langl. h 11, 70; cude 
fpret.) could fcoudj, La"^. 904; cude, kii- 
de d. gen. 289 ^ 1659; kiide Kath. 
1544; a. r. 66; coupe Havel. 112; s. s. 
ed. Wr. 2319; couthe, koupe Langl. a 
prol. 182; Goude Shoreh. 79; koiide Chauc. 
C. t. a 7 13; ctidest a. r. 280; ciiden 
ITath. 1330; coupen p. s. 248; couthe 
mir. pi. 95. 

cuuiien^ A. Sax. cunnian, O.K. Germ, chun- 
nen, cun (con), experiri, tentare, Orm. 
12137; heom 1 folhi ... pet cunnid to 
beon cleane Mark. 13, 25; smeihte ant 
cunnede perof a. r. 114; comp. icunnen. 

cuniiiuge^ A. Sax. cunning (?), cunning, "sci- 
ential prompt. 90; kunninge Langl. h 
10, 446; Wicl. genes. 44 ; kunning Lidg. 
m. p. 31. 

cuiite^ O.Fris. kunte, "vuha\ voc. 186; 
counte rel. ant. 2, 282. 

ciipe, 0. Dutch kuipe, Lat. cfipa, coup, cupa, 
Flor. a. Bl. 447; twelf cupe M c. I. 
1278. 

cnppe^ ui.Sax. Qw^^di,, cup, La-^. 14996; Ha- 
vel 14; Langl. 5, 184 (340); Mand. 
52; cappe "calicem\ Wicl. John 18; cup- 
pe, kuppe st. gen. 2047 ^ 2310; coppe 
Shoreh. 20; Man. 1364; cuppes (pi.) 
• Orm. 14043; cuppes, coppes Chauc. C. 
t. a 2949; coppis s. s. ed. Wr. 1795. 
cuppemele, cuppemale Langl. 5, 139 (225). 
cuppeschoten cup-shotten, Man. 7560. 

cure^ A. Sax. eyre, 0. H. Germ, churi, from 
cheosen, choice, discretion, custom, La^. 
8077; wind god of cure Horn 1446; 
right and kire st. gen. 451; after londes 
kire 1693. 

cure^ 0. Fr. cure, cure, cur a, Chauc. C. t. 
h 188. 

cureu^ Germ, kiiren, eligere: caren & cheo- 
sen Kath. 1893; icnred (part.) a. r. 56^\ 



curin^ O.Fr. curer, cure, "curare", iirompt. 

110k 
ciinicl^ A. Sax. cyrnel, Jcernel, hom. 1, 79; 

kurnel "granuni\ fragm. 3, 44; kirnel 

"granum\ prompt. 276; "nucleus', voc. 

267; kirnel, kernel Langl. h 11, 253 

(7086); curneles (pi.) Lay 29266; I. h. 

r. 26; I. c. c. 25; curnles a. r. 260^'; 

kerneles Man. 14682. 
curneu^ Germ, kornen, corn; curne Roh. 

490, 1. 
curre, 0. Dutch korre, cur, a. r. 140'^'; Chauc. 

I. g. IV. 396; Lidg. m. p. 29; kurres 

(pl.) pi. cr. 644. 
kurre^ O.lcel. kyrr, kvirr, M.H.Germ. kiir- 

re, Goth, qairrus, quietus, mansuetus? a. 

r. 288'-''. 
curs, A. Sax. curs, curse, maledictio, rel. ant. 

1, 129; c. I. 1385; Chmc. C t. a 661; 

Lidg. m. p. 53; cors p. 43, 11. 
ciirsieii, ' ^. ^S'rt'^r. '^ cursian, curse, maledicere; 

cursi Brand. 26; cursen st. gen. 4005; 

curse Gow. 2, 364; cursest (pres.) o. a. 

n. 1178; kursed a. r. 198; cursede 

(pret.) rel. ant. 2, 277; cursed (part.) 

Orm. 16059; icorsed Mire 1261; comp. 

acursien. 
cursing, A. Sax. cursung, cursing, st. gen. 

3926. 
curt, O.Fr. curt, cort, court, Havel. 1685; 

Bel. 747; kurt a. r. 210; cort ayenb. 

137. 
curteis, O.Fr. cortois, courtois, courteous, 

Havel. 2916; Beh. 1190; curteis, corteis 

Will. 194 Sf 231. 
curteisie, 0. Fr. courtoisie, courtesy, p. I. s. 

XXIV, 229. 
curtel, A. Sax. cyrtel, O.lcel. kyrtill, h'rtle, 

tunica. Lay 4993; Bet 2361; spec. 40; 

kurtel a. r. 10; kirtel Orm. 10137; Cham. 

C. t. a 3321; kertel ayenb. 191. 
curtcour courtier; kourteour Wil'. 342. 
curtine, O.Fr. curtine, cortine, curtain; cor- 

tines (pl.) Will. 2056. 



cus 



cuveitise 



109 



CBS, A. Sax. coss, O.Icel koss, O.Fru. kos, 
0. II. Germ, chus, cus, kus ferns J, ^^oscu- 
lum\ prompt. Ill; kus Hoccl. /, 155; 
cos a. r. 102 ; Wicl. genes. 27 ; Aud. 60; 
cosse fdat.J rel. ant. 1, 29; kosses fpLj 
Will 1011; cossen fdat. pi J La^. 30452. 

tvk%st\\,' A.Sax. cyssan, O.Icel. kyssa, 0. 
Fris. kessa, O.H.Germ. cussan, kiss, a. 
r. 424 ; c. I. 552; ciisse spec. 38; kis- 
sin ^^osculari\ prompt. 277 ; kisse m. h. 
83; kesse Will 5045; ciiste fpret.J La\ 
1194; muc. 42; kiste 6-^. gen. 1652; 
Langl I 18, 420; keste ayenh. 240; 
custen Beh. 288. 

cussiii, 0. II. Germ, cussin, Fr. coussin^ cu- 
shion; kussinis fpl.J llalliw. diet. 500. 

custe, A. Sax. cyst, O.Fris. kest, O.L.Germ. 
ciist, 0. H. Germ, cust, chust, Goth, (ga)- 
kiists, from cHeosen, manner, equality: na- 
ne custe La"). 21408; custe fdat.J o. a. 
n. 9; custe fpl.J rel. ant. 1, 178; pas 
wederes custes Lay 12020. 

cnsti, A. Sax. cystig, 0. H. Germ, cliustiger, 
liheral, munificent, fragm. 3, 9; Lay 6366; 
kisti^ Orm. 4698. 

custinesse liheraUty, horn. 1, 105. 

cut cut, "sors", pro7npt. Ill; Chauc. C. t. 
a 835; kut rel. ant. 1, 7 . 

kutte, 0. Dutch kutte, ciit, crena, cunnus, 
hid. Cov. 218. 

cuttiii cut, ^'scttidere, secare\ prompt. Ill; 
kutte ^^scindere\ Wicl levit. 10; cotte 
fpres. imper.J Mire 1889; kutte fsuhj.J 
Mand. 49; cutte fpret.J Lay 8182^; kut- 
te Alls. 2336; kutten, kitten, ketten 
Langl. h 6, 191; cuttecl f part. J pi. cr. 
434 ; pr. c. 3715. 

cnttere cutter, voc. 195. 

caft*, A. Sax. cud, O.L.Germ. cuth, Goth. 
kups, O.H.Germ. cliunder, O.Icel. kunnr, 
emth, notus. Lay 747; ctip Orm. 9240; 
cfip, cuup 0. a. n. 922; coup Beh. 1198; 
Gm. 2, 310; Chauc. C. t. 8818; kouth 
Lidg. m. p. 25; heo beod . . . al t6 



kfide a. r. 204; comp. for-, fiame-, un- 
ctid. 

cfidlaechen, A. Sax. cudlffican, acquaint; 
cudleche horn. 2, 41 ; he hine cCidlsehte 
Li.^. 17103. 
kudlechunge acquaintance, a. r. 68. 
cfullich familiar: mid cudllche (coupllche) 
wordeii Lay 19679; cu[)ll3 fadv.J Orm. 
2204; coupli Gate. 937; kouJ)li Wicl 
1 kings prol. 
cudredne familiarity, a. r. 168'''. 

cuiTcu, cudien, A. Sax. c^daii, cudian, 0. 
Fris. ketha, 0. L. Germ, euthian pret. 
cuthda, O.H.Germ. chunden pret. kundta, 
chundita, make knoivn, show; cuden La'i,. 
1157; kuden his strencde a. r. 222; 
cuipe Jos. 484; pat so muche love him 
kuipe wolde c. I. 590; kiden rel. ant. i, 
209; kipen Orm. 210; klpe Will 1184; 
Man. 6690; Percev. 1234; pe sop i wil- 
le pe ki])e Octav. 609; kepen Shoreh. 
20; coupe pi. cr. 17; kipe, cou^q fpres.J 
Langl. b 5, 181; pu ctipest o. a. n. 90; 
pe cuded Kath. 1318; cudde, ciidde (cu- 
pede) fpret.J Lay 2462, 4494 ^' 15194; 
cMde Kath. 1354; Boh. 56, 13; c. I 
756; kidde pat he was hende Trist. 3y 
11; kedde Shoreh. 48; kidden, kidde 
Langl h 5, 440; cud f part. J Kath. 814; 
kid Gow. 2, 299; Man. 1621; it was 
ful loude kid Havel. 1060; of alle kud- 
de & kiide sunnen a. r. 342. 

cuiti, A. Sax. c^dig, O.H.Germ. kundiger, 
O.Icel kunnigr, cunny, intelligens: cudie 
meies Lay 5098. 

cua^ite, A. Sax. c^dd, O.Fris. kede, O.H. 
Germ, chundi, kith, notitia, patria, Lay 
2435; pe king pat pis kuppe au3te Jos. 
434; cuppe, klppe Langl 3, 197 f203j; 
keppe Shoreh. 19; klpe ant. Arih. XII, 
8; fro kipe and kinne Gow. 2, 267. 
kippell3 f(i^niliarly, Orm. 16532. 

cuvciten, O.Fr. cuveiter, eovet^ a. r. 60. 

coveitise, Fr, convoitise, ayenb. 137. 



110 



cuveitous 



cwellere 



eoTaitous covetous, ayenb. 80; covetous Man. 

4529. 
cuvel, M. II, Germ, kiibel? cowl; coiil ^^cupa, 

tina\ prompt. 07 ; g. 382. 

cuvelstaf coivl-stiff, st. gen. 3710. 
liurele^ A. Sax. cufle, O.Icel. kufl, cowl, cu- 

culluB, a. r. 10; cule (covele) Lay 17608; 

covele Beh. 2228; under covele and cope 

Shoreh. 110; cuvel, covel Havel. 768 Sf 

2004; coule prompt. 07. 
cwakien^ A. Sax. cpacian, quake, tremere; 

cpakien MarJi. 10; a. r. 116; qvakien 

(cwakie) Lay 17016; qwake, vs^hake pr. 

c. 5411 Sf 7343; cpakede fpret.J Jul. 

21; qvakede Ilich. thes. 1, 228; Rob. 

24, 22; Octov. 1713; qvakide Wicl. 1 

Icings 28; qvaked Langl. b 18, 246; 

[qvoc m. h. 00; .qvok Chauc. C. t. a 

1576; Man. 202, 10]. 
cwale, A. Sax. cpalu, 0. II. Germ, qvala, 0. 

Icel. kvol, from cwelen, nex, mors; jef 

hine to cpale for us alle hom. 1, 121; 

qvale com on orve Lay 31800. 

qvalelius Lay 727 . 

qvalesid Lay 31000. 
ewalni^ A. Sax. cpealm, cpelm, O.L.Germ. 

qvalm, 0. II. Germ, qvalm, chvalm, from 

cwelen, cruciatus, nex, mors; cpalm h. m. 

20; cpalm, cvalm, qvalm o. a. n. 1157 

^ 1100; qvalm Rob. 252, 6; rel. ant. 

2, 244; p. s. 342; pe qvalm muchele 

pe wes on moncunne Lay 31877 ; qvelm 

p. I. s. IV, 0; qvalme fdat.J Chauc. C. 

t. a 2014; comp. mancwalm. 

cpalmhus Kath. 600; a. r. 140. 

cpalmsteou a. r. 106; cpalmstope fdat.J 
hom. 1, 283. 
cwart lamentatiof 

cparterne, A.Sax. cpeartern, career, Kath. 

670; Orm. 6168; qvarterne Lay 10203. 

cwavien quave; cpavien Marh. var. read. 48; 

qvavin Hremere', prompt. 410; qvavide 

(pret.) Wicl. 1 kings 28; qvaved Langl. 

h 18, 61. 



cweccheii, A. Sax. cpeccan, quetch, shake, 
move: qvecchen mid hafde fr. hsefde) Lay 
25844; qvecchen (cwecche) to cuchene 
3316; qveclie Alls. 4747; pat pa eorde 
a^sen qvelite (cwelite) Lay 20141; lie 
qveite toward pe qvene JFill. 4344; comp. 
acwecchen. 

cwed, O.Fris. O.Dutch qvad, bad, evil, wick- 
ed; qved 0. a. n. 1137; Rob. 414, 2; 
Alis. 1243; p. s. 256; pai poghte to 
do him qved Isumb. 611; kved, kvead 
ayenb. 11 6f 14; qvead Shoreh. 147; 
qvad st. gen. 536; Gow. 2, 246; qvade 
3ere Chmc. C. t. b 1628; pe qvede Rob. 
314, 20; Mire 1658; he ded al to cpea- 
de a. r. 72. 
kveadhede ayenb. 101. 
qvedlic ps. 17, 22^\- kveadliche ayenb. 8. 
qvedschipe (cwedsipe) Lay 5066; cpead- 
schipe a. r. 310. 

kveadiiesse iniquity, ayenb. 10. 

cweise, O.Icel. kveisa fbyldj Fritzners ordb., 
ulcus; cpeise a. r. 328. 

cwelen, A. Sax. cpelan, 0. L. Germ, qvelau, 
0. II. Germ, chelan, qmal, cruciari, mori; 
qvele (pres. subj.J rel. ant. 1, 174; qve- 
len f pret. J Lay 31826; deriv. cwale, 
cwalm, cwuld. 

cwellc necator ; comp. mancwelle. 

cwelleii, A. Sax. cpellan, 0. II. Germ, qvel- 
len, O.Icel. kvelja, from cwale, quell, cru- 
ciare, necare; cpellen Orm. 1843; qvellen 
(cwelle) Lay 644; cpelle r. s. V, 14; 
qveUe Bek. 767; Will. 1246; Chauc. C. 
t. 12633; Lidg. m. p. 100; m. h. 06; 
Eglam. 521; qvelde f pret. J Horn ed. 
Lum. 088; cpalden Orm. 15526; qval- 
den (cwelden) Lay 1752; qvolde misc. 
02; cpelled (part. J hom. 1, 270; qvelled 
Gaw. 1324; iqvald (icwelled) Lay 10028; 
comp. acwellen. 

cwellere necato^r; cpellere Marh. 22; qvel- 
lere Wicl. Tob. 3; qveller m. h. 40; comp. 
mancwellere. 



cwelm 



cwic 



111 



cwelm %ee cwalm. 

cwelmen^ A. Sax. cpelman, cpylman, frctti 
cwalm, necare; qvelm(e) Hruciden£\ ps. 
36, 14. 

cwenie, A. Sax. (ge)cpeme, O.H.Germ. (bi)- 
qvilmer, from cumen, queem fweernj, agree- 
ahh; cpeme Orm. 466; qveme Havel. 
J 30; Gaw.210i); Town. myd.J^; hit wes 
him swide qveme La'^. 2427; qweme c. 
I. 600; wheme Flor. i4J; qvemest fsu- 
perlat.J st. gen. 3764; comp. icweme. 

cwemc pleasure? to cpeme horn. 1, 23; al- 
mahtij god to cpeme Orm. 1661; pan 
folke to qveme (cweme) Zaj^. 347; to 
qveme c. I. 1018; Man. 7390; to qwe- 
me p. 9, 4. 
qvemeful ^^placahiUs\ Wicl. exod. 32. 

cwemeii, A. Sax. cpeman, please; cpemen r. 
s. V, 256; hu pu miht drihtin cpemen 
Orm. 1217; qvemen Rich. 3432; qveme 
Goto. 1, 166; ps. 114, 9; Man. 286, 26; 
qvemin prompt. 420; kveme ayenh. 26; 
servises inedde ne cpemed nout tire lo- 
verde '■^coacta servitia deo non placen£\ a. 
r. 338; cpemde fpret.J fragm. 8, 41; 
fms. cpemmde) Orm. 2696; comp. 3e- 
cwemen. 

cweniiiesse, A. Sax. cyemness, pleasure; cpem- 
nesse horn. 1, 213. 

cweii, cwene, A. Sax. cpen, O.Icel. kv^en, 
kvan, 0. L. Germ, qvan (uxor), Goth, qens 
(YUvVj), queen, mulier, regina; cpen Marh. 
19; C'rm. 2169; qven Trist. 2, 6; qven, 
qvene (cwene) La^. 43, 182 8f 4662; 
kven, kvene ayenh. 80 Sf 130; qwen, 
qwene lud. Cov. 80 8f 216; cpene a. r. 
296; qvene r. s. I, 7; Roh. 26, 3; Chauc. 
C. t. h 161; qwene pr. c. 4461; qvene 
fgen.J Roh. 26, 6; qvene (dat.J La->,. 
140; lor. 776; qvene (pi) La^. 24713. 

cweiicheii, A. Sax. (a)cpencan, quench, exstin- 
guere; qvenchen rel. ant. 1, 132; qven- 
che Shoreh. 19; Lidg. m. p. 161; cpen- 
ken Orm. 1191; qvenchep (pres.) treat. 



136; qveint (part.) Gow. 2, 201 ; Langl. 
h 18, 344; Chauc. C. t. a 2321; iqveint 
Mire 1194; ikvenct ayenh. 186; comp. 
acwenchen. 

qverkiii^ 0. Fris. qverka, 0. Icel. kyrkja, 
queric, ^^suffGcare\ prompt. 420. 

cweriie, A. Sax. cpeorn, 0. Icel. kvern," 0. 
L. Germ, qvern, 0. II. Germ, qvirn, chur- 
ne, Goth, qairnus, quern; qverne ^^mola\ 
prompt. 420; p. I. s. XIX, 233; ayenh. 
181; Chauc. h. f. 1798; Wiel. exod. 11. 
cpeornston fragm. 4, 19; qwernston voc. 
233. 

qveiten, ui.Sax. cpedan, O.L.Germ. qvethan, 
qvedan, 0. Icel. kvecTa, 0. Fris. qvetha, 
qveda, 0. II. Germ, qvedan, chvedan, che- 
dan, Goth, qipan, loqui, dicere, horn. 2^ 
29; st. gen. 3626; i qvepe him qvite 
Chauc. r. r. 6999; qvedende (part.) rel. 
ant. 1, 129; qwething lud. Cov. 362; 
cpap (pret.) quoth, Orm. 6214; qvap 
Will 261; Trid. 1, 96; pi er. 98; qvad, 
qvad 6'^. gen. 766 8f 1311; cpad, qvap, 
qvep 0. a. n. 187 Sf 1186; qvad, qved 
(cwap) La^. 696 Sf 6203; cped Kath, 
379; a. r. 122; qvop, qvod Chauc. C. 
t. a 788; qvod Gow. i, 47; s. s. ed. 
Wr. 668; cop ant. Arth. XXXVII, 3; 
cpeden Eath. 134; qveden Z^^. 893; 
qvepen misc. 146; qveden (part.) st. gen. 
1496; comp. a-, bi-, for-, icweden; deriv. 
cwide, cwiste. 

cwic, A. Sax. epic, cpyc, cue, O.Icel kvikr, 
kykr, O.H.Germ. qvecher, checher, quick 
(wicl-), vivus; epic Kath. 1890; Orm. 
1370; qvic (cwic) Lay 22; qvic, qvik 
Havel 1406 ^Sf 2210; qvik chron. Engl 
762; Chauc. C. t. a 1016; qvik oper 
ded Beh. 1822; kvic, qvic ayenh. 67 ^ 
206; qwik pr. c. 6390; qvek m. h. 26; 
whik m. t. 166; Tmvn. myst. 163; no- 
piht c]?ikes nullum^ vivi, a. r. 334; na- 
wiht qvikes Lay 26768; of qvike and 
of dede Langl ed. JFr. 13066. 



112 



cwiccheii 



chapitle 



cprdiche quickly, a. r. 246; qvicliclie 
Lay 4697; qvikliclie AUs. 2607. 

qvikmire quick-mire, pi. cr. 226. 

qviksilver quick-silver, Chauc. C. t. 12700. 
cwiccheii = cwecclien? qvicchin quitch, " mo- 
ver e\ prompt. 421; cmp. 0. Dutch qvicken. 
cwicnesse quickness; cpicnesse a. r. 160. 
cwide, A. Sax. cpide, cpide, O.L.Germ. 0. 

If. Germ, qvidi, O.lcel. kvidr, from cwe- 

deii, dictum., promissum, Icgatum; cpide a. 

r. 208; ])es pite3an cpide ... is ifiil- 

led hom. 1, dl; qvide o. a. n. 6bo; 

qvede, qvede st. gen. 1463 ^ 4011; 

qvetheV Gaiv. 1150; qvides (cwides) (pi.) 

L'i\ 9141 ; comp. bicwide. 
cwiddieii^ A. Sax. cpiddian, 0. Icel. kvidja, 

(licire; cpidden Orm. 19368; cpiddest 

fpres.J Kath. 2172; cpidded a. r. 174; 

qviddejj misc. 86; qviddied La^. 26326; 

cpiudeden fpret.J Orm. 8613; qviddeden 

(cwiddede) Lay 13776. 
qwie, 0. Icel. kviga, quy (why J, ^^juvenca\ 

voc. 218. 

qwiecalf, O.lcel. kvlgukalfr, ^^vitula\ voc. 
219. 
cwikieii^ A. Sax. cpician, O.H.Germ. qvichan, 

chichan, quick, vivescere, vivificare; qwi- 

ken pr. c. 1723; qvikie, qvike Langl. h 

18, 344; cpikede fpret.J h. m. 43; comp. 

acwikien. 
cwikneii, O.lcel. kvikna, quicken; qviknin 

"vivijicare\ prompt. 421 ; qvikne iMngl. 

h 18, 344^; qvikene Wid Luke 17. 
qvistc, from cwedeu, heqw^st, Havel. 219. 
cwiver^ A. Sax. cpifer (?), quiver, alacer ? 

cpiver (cover) a. r. 140. 
cwuld^ ^. ^'«^. cpyld, cpild, O.H.Germ. qve- 

lida, from cwelen, 7iex; cpuld "pestis'\ 

fragm. 3, 6. 
chaccu see cacchen. 
chacrc, O.Fr. chaere, Gr. xa^sSpa, chair. 

Hob. 321, 8; Horn ed. Lum. 1261; 

chaire p. I. s. XVII, 266. 
chaf, A. Sax. ceaf, 0. Dutch kaf, chaff fkaffj. 



palea, Lay 29266; Orm. 1628; st. gen. 

2889;- chef a. r. 270; pet chef ayenb. 

62; caf pr. c. 3148; apol. 64; cheve 

(dat.J at/enb. 210. 

chaffinch chaffinch, prompt. 68. 
chaft^ O.lcel. kiaptr, chaft (chaff), maxilla; 

chaftis (pi.) ant. Arth. ed. Mad. 11, 2. 

chaftban Halliw. diet. 239. 
chaiue^ O.Fr. chaene, chain; cheine Man. 

8661; chaines (pi.) ayenh. 264. 
chaisel^ 0. Fr. chaisel, cheinsil, a sort of 

fine line7i, AUs. 279; s. s. ed. Web. 1814; 

cheisil Lay 23761. 
chalil see cald. 

chaleiigcu^ O.Fr. chalengier, calengier, chal- 
lenge (callenge); chalenge ^^calumniari\ 

Wicl. 1 paral. 16; chalange m. h. 3; pr. 

c. 2263; kalengest (pres.) a. r. 64; 

chalanged (part.) Langl. b 6, 174. 
chalice see calch. 
challi^ A. Sax. cealc, O.H.Germ. calc, chalc, 

Lut. calx, chalk, Chauc. C. t. 13160; 

calk, chalk ^^calx, creta\ prompt. 68. 

chalcston fragm. 4, 44 ; chalkston Chauo. 
C. t. 13136. 
chauniberliiig; O.H.Germ. chamarlinc, O.Fr. 

chamberlan, chamberlain, a. r. 410; cham- 

beiieiu Mob. 390, 3. 
chanihre^ Fr. chambre, chamber, Bek. 462; 

chaumbre a. r. 92. 
champion^ O.Fr. champion, champion; cam- 
pion c. I. 906; champiims (pi.) a. r. 236. 
chauiicel^ Fr. chancel, chancel, prompt. 71. 
chanceler, Fr. chancelier, chancellor, p. I. s. 

XVII, 240. 
change^ Fr. change, change; chonge ayenb. 104. 
chauiigeii^ Fr. changer, change, a. r. 6; 

changep (pres.) treat. 139; changede 

(pret.) Mark 3, 34. 
chape see cape. 

chapelle^ Fr. chapelle, chapel, Gaw. 2186. 
chapitle^ Lat. capitulnm, Fr. chapitre, chap- 
ter, ayenb. 220; capitle, chapitle prompt. 

61; cheapitres (pi.) a. r. 14. 



cliappen 



cheap 



113 



chapitelhous, chapitrelious chapter-house, 
LangJ. h 3, 174. 
rhappen^ O.Dutch kappeii, chap, scindere; 

chappid f part. J Towyi. myst. 08; comp. 

ofchappen. 
char! 

charcole charcoal, "carbo'\ prompt. 69: 
Gaw. 876. 
char, chare, Fr. char, car, Chauc. C. t. a 

2138; chare ^'currus\ prompt. 69; Wicl. 

3 kings 10. 
charbocle, O.Fr. charboucle, carhunc\ Chauc. 

C. t. h 2061 ; charboMe d. Arth. 3326. 
charge, O.Fr. charge, carche, carque, char- 
ge, Rol. 416, 9; charges fpl.j Mand. 302. 
chargcii, O.Fr. chargier, carlder, charge; 

chargep fpres.J ayenh. 97; chargede fpret.J 

Brand. 11; charged f part. J pr. c. 2949; 

icharged a. r. 204; icarked aye^ih. 138. 
chari^, ^.>SV;r. cearig, O.i/". 6^^n«. charager, 

from care, chary, maestus: turtle ledep 

Charij lif Orm. 1274. 
charkiii, cherldn, A. Sax. cearcian, chark, 

"stn'dere\ prompt. 70 Sf 76; charke Gcw. 

2, 102; Wicl. Amos 2. 
charmc, Fr. charme, charm; charmes fpJ.J 

cyenb. 43. 
charmiii, Fr. charmer, charm, ^Hncantare, 

fascinare\ prompt. 70. 
charmerc charmer, ayenh. 267 . 
charre see cherre. 
chartre, O.Fr. chartre, charier, JIavel. 676; 

Langl. h 11, 122; cartre Rob. 77, 16. 
chaste, Fr. chaste, chaste, a. r. 368. 
chasteiiie, chestein, O.Fr. chastaigne, casta- 

nea, Chauc. C. t. a 2922; chesteines fplj 

Mand. 307. 
chastien, 0. Fr. chastier, Zat. castigare, 

chasten, chastise, rel. ant. 1, 131; chasten 

a. r. 218; chasti Rob. 428, 26; pr. c. 

3649; chasten, chasti3en (chastizen?), 

chastisen Langl. b 6, 34 ; chastizin prompt. 

70; chastep fpres.J ayenb. 17; chastised 

fpret.J Will. 64. 



chatel see catel. 

chatere chatter, (dat.) o. a. n. 284. 

chateriii chatter, '■^garrire', prompt. 70; chea- 

teren a. r. 162; chatre Lidg. m. p. 160; 

chaterest fpres.J o. a. n. 322; chatre 

fsuhj.J Langl. b 14, 226; chetering f part. J 

h. s. 369. 
ehaterestrc chatterer, o. a. n. 666. 
chat, Fr. chat, chat: pe chattes of hasele 

3iand. 168. 
chanfen, Fr. chauiTer, chafe, ant. Arth. 

XXXV, 4: chaufe Parten. 224; chafin 

^''calefacere', prompt. 68. 
chavel, A. Sex. ceafl, 0. Icsl. kafel (?) dat. pi. 

kaflun, chaid fchowlj, maxilla, Trist. 2, 

32; chavil Iw. 1991; chaul Alis. ed. Sk. 

1119; chevil "ma7idibulwn\ voc. 187; 

choule fdat.J Aud. 77 ; ])en chin him of- 

swipte mid alle pan chevele La^. 26066; 

chsefles (choules) fpl.J Lm^ 6607 ; cha- 

veles rel. ant. 1, 220; chaules Mapes 338. 

chavilbon, chaulbon ^^mandibuld\ prompt. 
70; chavilbon lud. Cov. 37 . 
chaveleii, L.Gcrm. kavelen, chavel, garrire; 

chaule p. s. 240; chefled fpres.J a. r. 128. 
chayelinge garritus: mid chauiing(e) and 

mid chatere o. a. n. 284; chevelunge a. 

r. 100. 
cheake, A. Sax. ceace, ceoce Mone 316, 0. 

Fris. (kiake) tziake, ziake, O.Dutch cake, 

L.Ge:m. keke, cheek, ayenh. 248; his 

overe cheoke Marg. 169; cheke "mala, 

gena\ prompt. 72; spec. 34; Gcw. 2, 14; 

cheoken fpl.J a. r. 70; chekes Langl. 4, 

37 f60j; chekes, cheekes Chauc. C. t. a 

633; chekes, chokes Man. 1820. 

cheekboon cheek-bone, "maxilla", WicL jud- 
ges 16. 
cheance, O.Fr. cheance, chance, Rob. 14, 

19; Shoreh. 60; chaunce pr. c. 3768. 
cheap, chep, A. Sax. ceip, O.L.Germ. cOp, 

O.Fris. kap, O.Icel. kaup, O.H.Germ. 

chauf, cheap, emptio, Lay 386 ^ 31799; 

deore cheap hefdes tu on me horn, i, 

15 



114 



cheapien 



cheoseii 



281; so liht cheap a. r. 398; begge as 

guod cheap ase me may ayenh. 44; cheep 

'^pr€tium\ prompt. 72; god chop hon 

marche, p. s. 341; Gow. 2, 10' 9; light 

chep Town, rm/st. 102. 

cheapfare chaffer, mercatura, ayenh. 36; 

cheifare a. r. 310; Havel. 1661; p. I. 

s. XXI, 67; chaffare c. I. 1112; Langl 

proJ. 31; ^^negotiatio\ Wicl. Is. 23. 

chep mo n chapman, La^. 30681 ; a. r. 208; 

chapmon o. a. n. 167 5; chapman ^^mer- 

cator\ prompt. 69; Chauc. C. t. a 397; 

chepmen fpl.J r. s. VII, 33; chapmen 

Havel. 61; fms. chappmenn) Orm. 167 83. 

cheapieu^ A. Sax. ceapian, O.L.Germ. copon, 
O.lris. kapia, O.Icel. kaupa, Goth* kau- 
pon, O.H.Germ. chaufan, choufon, cheap- 
en (coup J, emere: pid chatel mon mai 
luve cheape hom. 1, 271; chepen Gaiv. 
127 1; chepin ^Hicitari', prompt. 72; che- 
pe Chauc. C. t. 6860; coupe Havel. 1800; 
^heaped fpres.J a. r. 190; chepede (pret.) 

- Octov. 389; cheped Langl. h 13, 380. 

eheapild negotians, a. r. 418. 

chepiiige^ A. Sax. ceapung, emptio, mercatus, 
La^. 23413; Will. 1822; Langl. 4, 43 
(66); cheepinge "/oro", Vricl. Mat. 11. 
chepingbope Orm. 16673. 

cheasfe^ A. Sax. ceast, strife, dispute, a. r. 
200; cheaste, chiaste aye7ih. 66 Sf 67; 
cheste Shoreh. 113; Octov. 764; peos 
cheste o. a. n. 177; wipouten cheste Rich. 
6143; s. s. ed. Wr. 1638; cheeste Langl. 
b 13, 109; chost Mire 338. 

clief^ Fr chef, chief, Roh. 74, 8; Man. 940. 

chef see chaf. 

chi'k^ Fr. echec, checJc, prompt. 71; playe 
ate ches jouer aux echecs, ayenh. 62. 

cheke see cheake & cheoke. 

chekcr, Fr. echiquier, checker, ayenh. 46. 

chckkin check, prompt. 72. 

chdile «£?<?• kelde. 

i'lielc, A. Sax. cele, cyle, O.H.Germ. chuoli, 
fromahl, frigus. Lay 30811; Orm. 1616; 



Roh. 7, 3; spec. 110; ayenh. 76; p. s. 
266; Gow. 2, 369; Langl. 1, 23; nop- 
der heate ne chele Kath. 1701; in pe 
norphalf ... no man ne wonep for che- 
le treat. 137 ; chile Brand. 3. 

chclle, A.Sax. cille, cylle, O.H.Germ. chel- 
la, pan? hom. 1, 193. 

cheoke? 

chekeful, chokeful choke-full, d. Arth. 1662 

6f 3604. 
.chekelew, chokelew suff^ocahilis, Halliw. 
did. 243. 

cheokieii^ A.Sax. (a)c8ocian (?), choke; che- 
kin ^^suffocare\ prompt. 72; cheke h. s. 
3/92. 

cheole, A. Sax. ceole, 0. Dutch kele, 0. II. 
Germ, chela, gtlt, g attar: martres cheo- 
le p. I. s. VIII, 182 ; chelle (?) p. s. 164. 

cheorl^ A. S:x. ceorl. Germ, kerl, churl, 
LcO). 4260; a. r. 86; cherl '^riisticus\ 
Wicl. wid. 17; St. gen. 2716; Alis. 
6698; Will. 4; Iw. 268; Chauc. C. t. 
7 764; cherl & child Orm. 14788; A^q 
cherl is def spec. Ill; a gret cherl Langl. 
6, 204 (360); cherl, chorl pi. cr. 221; 
chorl Lidg. m. p. 182; cheorles (gen.) 
0. a. n. 1494; chorles (pi.) ei. p. 2, 
1268; pa eorles & pa sweines & pa 
cheorles Lay 11904; pine cherles pine 
hine Havel. 620; cheorlen (dat. pi.) Lay 
21636. 
cher(l)lich churly, rusticus, Wicl. eccles. 27 

cherlish^ A. Sax. ceorlisc, churlish, rusticus. 
Wicl. eccles. 7 . 

cheoseu^ A.Sax. ceosan, O.L.Germ. kiosan 
O.Icel. kiosa, O.Fris. kiasa, tziesa, Goth 
kiusan, O.H.Germ. chiusan, chiosan, choo- 
se, eligere. Lay 16 J 47; Keith. 1894; a 
r. 242; spec. 62; cheose o. a. n. 1343, 
Horn 666; Alis. 1669; chiesen. hojn. 1 
219; chiese ayenh. 86; chesen Orm. 9218, 
st. gen. 3429; m. t. 92; chesin prompt 



73; chese Langl. h 16, 38 



^ 79; 



chest (pres.) Shoreh. 109; ches, chees 



cheowen 



che^ 



115 



fimpcr.J Chauc. C. t. a 1605; cheas 
(fret.) h. m. 15; aye7ih. 77; chses Lay 
12175; Orm. 2541; dies st. gen. 433; 
Mad. 2; Chauc. C. t. 10022; Wicl 
John 15; pr. c. 2132; Percev. 1207; A- 
mad. ed. Hobs. XLVI, 3; |)u chure Marh. 
19; (heo) curen (chosen) Lay 12994; 
chosen st. gen. 543; Langl. froJ. 31; 

- Mand. 225; chose BeJc. 1980; coren 
f part. J Lay 10358; koren Beves 770; 
corn Am. a. Amil. 1431; core chron. 
T'ilod. 121; chosen, corn^«. 17, 27; cho- 
sen Orm. 9023; Mand. 22,%- Wicl. John 

' 15; comp. icheoieen; deriv. cost, cure, cus- 
te, chiTse. 

cheowen, A. Sax. ceopan ^r^^. ceap, 0. II. 
Germ, chiuwan ^;r^^. chou, [O.lcel. tygg- 
va, tyggja prd. t5gg], cheiv fchoio, chigj, 
mande^'e, ohjurgare; chiewe ayenh. Ill; 
chej^en fms. cheppenn) Orm. 1241; cheo- 
ped fpres.J a. r. 84; chit |)e & che?t- 
ped {printed cheeped) pe h. m. 31; che-' 
wep Chauc. C. t. a 3090; bestes pat 
chewen not here code Ma?id. 20; chewe 
fsiihj.J Mire 255; comp. tocheowen. 

chep see cheap. 

chere, O.Fr. chere, cheer, Marh. 3, 34; 
Brand. Ot pr. c. t030; cheere ^^vuUus\ 
prompt. 72; maiden him glede chere a. 
r. 190; wip ri3t a merye chere (cheere) 
Chauc. C. t. a 857 . 

cheriii, 0. Fr. cherer, cheer, '■^hilarare\ prompt. 
72; cherid (part.) Wicl. Ruth 3. 

eheri, Fr. cerise, cherry, prompt. 72; chi- 
ries fpl.) Langl 0, 290 (7, 281). 
cheritre cherry-tree, voc. 181. 

cherisseii, Fr. cherir, cherish; cherisched 
(part.) a. p. 2,. 543. 

cherl see cheorl. 

cherre, A. Sax. cerr, cyrr, O.II.Germ. cher, 
char fcher), versio, vices, Lay 8350; Be- 
ves 3401; sume cherre (char) a. r. 408; 
at an chere h. m. 23; pe him ded . . . 
pilcen & cherres horn. 1, 137; charres 



Ccw. 1074; charis To?^;?. myst. 100; coirip. 
aker? 

chcrren, A. Sax. cerran, cyrran, cirran, 0. 
L.Germ. keran, O.Fris. kera, O.II.Germ. 
cherren pret. cherta, vertere, veHi; char- 
re Mapes 348; wid wives and childre 
deden charen st. gen. 1712; chare h. s. 
2002 ; charin a way a vertere, prompt. 70; 
iud. Cov. 325; charre fpres.) Gaw. 107 8; 
i hpan ic ajen cherre frevertor) horn. 1, 
79; churrep re\ ant. 1, 172; cher nie 
from sunne hom. 1 , 215; chearren (suh- 
junct) Kath. 2201; cherde (pret.) 6. a. 
n. 1058; cherde, chierde, charde L y 
7234, 28744 Sf 31354; cherden (char- 
den)' Marh. 3, 29; charde a. p. 1, 007; 
comp. bi-, icherren. 

cliese, A.Scix. cese, Lat. casens, cheei<e, hom. 
1, 53; Mand. 272; g. 350. 
chesfat cheese-vat, vcc. 202. 
chesebolle cheese-howl, ^^papaver\ irrompt. 

73. 
cheslepe cheese-lip, vcc. 2'22. 

chestre, A. Sax. ceaster, Lat. castriim. "^?-. 
vitas', fragm. 4, 33; Orm. 8479. 

chete, A. Sax. cete, cyte (cella)? hende as 
hake in chete spec. 31. 

chetel, A. Sax. cetel, O.Fris. ketel, szetel, 
tsetel, O.lcel. ketill, O.II.Germ. chezil, 
hettle, "cac(ihus'\ fragm. 4, 14; chetil w. 
a. i. 23; ketil, chetil prompt. 273; ke- 
tel ps. 107, 10; cheteles, ketels (pi.) 
Wicl. Ipvit. 11. 

cheven, O.Fr. chevir, chieve, succeed; cheve 
Beh. 850; cheve (2)res. suhj.) Degrev. 405. 

chevese, A. Sax. cefese (?), O.II.Germ. che- 
bisa, conciihine. La"). 384; Marh. 3. 
chevesboren horn of a concubine, Lay 4334. 

chevetaiii, 0. Fr. chevetain, chieftain, Shareh. 
113; 31an. 9779; chevetoin Beh. 251; 
Will. 3379.^ 

chevissancc, O.Fr. chevissancc, chevisance, 
Chauc. C. t. b 1519. 

chew, from cheowen? chaw (jaw), objurga- 



116 



chibolle 



chin 



. tio? chest & chep horn. 2, 13 ; comp. 

icheu ? 
chibolle^ Fr. ciboule, It. cipolla, chihol fci- 

holj^ prompt. 74; chibolles fpl.J Langl. 

b\ 2B6 {7, 281J. 
chiche^ Fr. chiche, stingy, Chauc.r. r. 5588; 

a. p. 1, 604. 
Chichestre^ A. Sax. Ciceaster, Chichester, Hob. 

2, 23. 
chide^ A. Sax. (ge)cid (?), contention, Mapes 

342. 
ehiden^ A. Sax. cldan, chide, La>,. 8140; st. 

gen. 2722; chidin ^'contendere', prompt. 

74; chide aye^ih. 67; Langl. 4, 39 [52 J; 

p. 51, 3; chided (pres.) a. r. 198; chit 

h. m. 31 ; chit . . . pid gode horn. 1, 103; 

chidde fpret.J o. a. n. 112; Chauc. C. 

t. a 3999; chidden Hitigahanf , IFicl. 

John 6; st. gen. 1927; hi chidde £elc. 

1910. 
fhidcre, A. Sax. cidere (?), chider; chidar 

prompt. 74. 
chidiiigc^ A. Sax. cidung', chiding, ayenh. 30. 
ehikcn^ A. Sax. cycen, cicen, L.Germ. kii- 

ken, chicken, ''puUus\ fragm. 3, 18; che- 

Idn prompt. 74; chikenes, chiknes (pi.) 

Chauc. C. t. a 380; chicne mete, A.Sax. 

cicena mete, alsine, fragm. 3, 38; chikne 

mete rel. ant. 1, 37 . 

chekinwed chichweed, prompt. 74. 
chikkiu chick, ''pullulare\ prompt. 74. 
child, A.Sax. cild, [0. L.Germ. O.Fris. kind, 

O.II.Germ. chind, chint], child, natus, li- 

her, puer. Lay 295; pet child ayenh. 84; 

childes fgen.J Orm. 8056; childe fdat.J 

it. gen. 966; childre fnom. ace. pi. J La^. 

5317; Orm. 8005; st. gen. 715; Alis. 

4638; pi. cr. 756; Tor. 2643; childere 

lud. Cov. 30; childre, children o. a. n. 

631; children a. r. 334; Bel. 24; Mand. 

249; childrene fgen. pi. J La\ 15563; 

childrene, children Langl. 4, 103 (117 j; 

children (dat. pi.) Lay 12992; comp. 

cnave-, steopchild. 



childbed child-led, horn. 2, 47 . 

childhad childhood; childhade (dat.) Kath. 
79; childhode a. r. 314. 

childhede infancy, ayenh. 82; st. gen. 
2652; Cham. C. t. 14912. 

childles childless, st. gen. 930. 

childli childly, ^'puer ills', IFicl. Toh, 1; 
IIoccl. I, 64. 
childiii, [O.II.Germ. chindon], child, ''pare- 

re\ prompt. 74; f)e shal . . . pin pif 

an sune childen Orm. 156; childi ayenh. 

224; childed (pret.) Parten. 1157; chil- 

ded (part.) Mand. 133. 
childish, A.Sax. cildisc, [O.II.Germ. chin- 

discer], childith, L%ngl. h 15, 145. 
childsc puerility? idelnesse and chilce p. I. 

s. VIII, 4; misc. 58. 
chile see chele. 
chilindre, Fr. cylindre, cylinder, Chauc. C. 

t. h 1396. 
chilliii, L.Germ. killen, kellen? chid, alge- 

re, prompt. 75; chillande (part.) d. Arth. 

2965; chilled (pret.) a. p. 3, 368. 
chinilte, 0. Dutch kimme, chimh, ora: the 

streem of lif nou droppep on pe chimbe 

Chauc. C. t. a 3895. 
chimbe cymhalum? IlalHw. diet. 250. 
chinibeii, Swed. kimba, Dan. kime, chinWy 

tinnire; chimbe Chauc. C. t. a 3896; 

chime Gow. 2, 13. 
chimbleii, O.Icel. kimbla (hinde i det slags 

hundt som haldes kimbullj? chimbled over 

hir blake chin with milkqvlte vailes Gaw. 

958. 
chimenee, Fr. cheminee, chimney, Langl. ed. 

Wr. 5803; chimne pr. c. 4377 . 
chill, A. Sax. cin (m. ?) voc. 43, cinne n. 

(?) Ettm. lex. 391, O.Icel. kinn /., 0. 

Dutch kinne /., Goth, kinnus /., O.S. 

Germ, chinni /., Lat. gena, Gr. -^i^joq f, 

chin, "mentum', prompt. 75; Mand. 101 ; 

pane chin Lay 8148; chinne (dat.) o. 

a. n. 96; treat. 139; pet nimp })ane viss 

bi pe prote and bi pe chinne ayenh. 50. 



chinche 



chullen 



iir 



cbinchc^ O.Fr. chinche? ^'perparcus\ prompt. 
7d; Havel. 1763 (the rime requires ahiohQ). 

chiue^ A. Sox. cine, chine (kine)^ rima, rel. 
ant. 1, 217; Farten. 4343; chines "sm- 
8uras\ Wid. Is. 2; chines, kines Man. 
1720 8f 13976. 

ehiue^ O.Fr. eschine, chine, ^^spina\ prompt. 
70; d. Arth. 3390. 

chinen^ A. Sax. (to)cinan, O.Sax. lanan, 0. 
Jf.Genn. chinan, */?//^, rive: pat makep 
heorte chinen misc. 73; pet gles ne bre- 
ked ne chined hom. i, 83; pat heved 
fro pe bodi chan AUs. 2228; dep her 
hert(e) chon Arth. a. Merl. 7764; [chi- 
ned f part. J I. h. r. 142]; comp. tochmen. 

chippc chip, ^'assula^\ prctnpt. 75; chippes 
(pi.) Gow. /, 106; Chauc. C. t. a 3746'. 

chippen^ A. Sax. (for)cippian, 0. Dutch kip- 
pen, chip, secare? chippe ILalAw. diet. 2dO. 

chireche, A. Sax. cirice, cyrice, O.L.Germ. 
kirika, kerika, O.Icel. kirkja, O.lI.Germ. 
chiricha, Gr. xuptaxij, xop'.axov, church 
f kirk J, La^. 26140; rel. ant. 1, 129; 
chirche, churche a. r. 22 &f 28; cherche 
ayenh. 7; Gow. 1, 63; chirche, kirke 
Langl 6, 93 (7, 84); kirke Orm. 3631; 
chirchen (pi.) chron. Engl. 923; churchen 
Bek. 1414. 

chirechedure onisc. 151. 
chirchegx)ng Roh. 380, 9; st. gen. 2465. 
chirechegrid X^^. 22322. 
chirche3eard church-yard, a. r. 318^'; 
church ;^erd Bek. 2217; kirkegaerd Orm. 
15254. 
chirchehay voc. 178 ; Arth. a. Merl. 6738; 
chirchhay Mire 330^'; chircheie fdat.) 
a. r. 318. 
chirchehawe s. s. ed. Weh. 2625. 
chirchereve Chauc. C. t. 6887 . 
cherchtoun ayenh. 41. 

chirkin chirk, "stridere, sihilare\ prompt. 76; 
chirkip as a sparwe Chauc. C. t. 7386. 

chirm^ A. Sax. cirm, cyrm, chirm, clamor; 
chirme fdat.) o. a. n. 305. 



chirmen^ A.S:ix. cirman, cyrman, O.Dutch 

kermen, chirm, chmare, a. r. 152; chir- 

med fpret.) Fart&n. 878; eomp. bichirmen. 
chiriie^ A.S^x. ceren (?), O.Dutch kerne, 

churn (chern, kern), prompt. 76; kirne voc. 

202. 
chinicii^ A. Sax. cernan (?), 0. Dutch kernen, 

churn; chime prompt. 76. 
chirpcii chirp, stridere; chirpe m. t. 102. 
chise see chuse. 
chisel^ A. Sax. cisel, ceosel, O.JIGerm. chi- 

sili (calculus), chieel, g'area, ^^sahulum'\ 

prompt. 76; cheselis fpl.) iud. Cov. 56. 
chisel^ O.Fr. cisel, chisel, scalprum, Shoreh. 

137. 
chiste, A. Sax. cist (?), O.Icd. O.ILGerm. 

kista, Lat. cista, chest fkist), Bek. 2358; 

cheste fdat.) Lay 32203; chiste, kiste 

JIavd. 222 Sf 2018; kiste Percev. 2109. 
chitercH chitter, garrire ; chitre Gcw. 2, 318; 

chiteringe fpart.) Cnauc. C. t. a 3258. 
cliitirliiig chitterling, hilla, prompt. 76. 
chittc chit? chittes '^catulos', Wicl. Is. 34. 
chivalrie, Fr. chevalerie, chivalry, p. 51, 10. 
chiveleii chivel, rivel? his chekes . . . pei 

chiveled for elde Langl. h 5, 193. 
chiveriu shiver, horrere, prompt. 76; chive- 

ren (chiverin) in ise r. s. V, 142; fmisc. 

177); chivere & schake /. h. r. 144; i 

hafe chevcrid for chele d. Arth. 3391. 
cho) chough, cornicula; cho3en fpl.) p. I. 

s. XVII, 185; pe Crowes and pe chou- 

ghes Mand. 59. 
chois^ Fr. choix, choice, Bcb. Ill, 17. 
choppen^ O.Dutch koppen? chop, secure: pei 

choppen alle pe bodi in smale peces 

Mand. 201; chop fimper.) Langl. a 3, 

253; choppid fpart.) d. Arth. 1026. 
choiil see chavel. 

chnife^ chofife "rusticus", prompt. 77. 
chuffer jactator? Town. myst. 216. 
chnf^n^ Jactatio? Orm. 12177. 
chullen agere, pellere? and chulles him as 

men dOn a balle Ealliw. diet. 249; we 



118 



chuse 



da3 



hafe beii chased to daye and cliulled as 
hares d. Arth. 1444. 

ehusc^ A.l^ax. cyse, from cheoseii, elegans, 
amans: pat was chuse (chise) of pe chil- 
de Alts. ed. SJc. 49; gent ich wes ant 
chis 7'eJ. ant. 1, 123; pe ladi is of le- 
mon chis AHc. ed. Weh. 3204; chosin 
fill chise hid. Cov. 180. 
chisli a. p. 2, 543. 

da, A. Sax. da, doe, Iw. 2U27 ; do ^^dama\ 
fragm. 3, 27; M n. 15740; doo prompt . 
124; Wicl. pror. 6. 

dabbc dah, alapa, Alis. 2306. 

ilabbeii, (J.Biitch dabben, dah, ferire; dab- 
bej) (pres.) p. s. 102. 

d«di', ^l.Sax. dmd, 0./.C-er?n. dad, O.Icel. 

dad, Goth, deds, 0. II. Germ, tat, from 

don, deed, actio, factum; dede La^. 26556; 

a. r. 62; Orm. 2267; Eoh. 73, 12; pr. 

c. 2485; or he dide ani oper dede lla- 

veJ. 1356; in dede Chauc. C. t. a 650; 

dede fpl.j Brand. 27 ; deden rcJ. ant. 1, 

131; c. I. 038; his uvele deden a. r. 

86; mi g'ode deden spec. 00; deden (de- 

des) X«). 4864; deades Kcth. 57 5; comp. 

god-, harm-, mis-, ofer-, weldaede. 

dfedbote Orm. 6025; penitence ])et is 

dedbute a. r. 348; satisfac(c)ioun ded- 

bote ayenh. 32; deedbote rel. ant. 2, 

243. 

-<lsei see da3. 

d«l, A. Sax. d^el m., (ge-, or-, to)dal n., 
O.L.Germ. 0. Fris. del m. n., O.Ieel. 
deili n., Goth, dails /., 0. II. Germ, teil 
m. n., deal, pars, pcrtio: ])e moare difel 
of heom procJ. 2; d^l, del Orm. 1722 
§f2715; pat beste del {dQ?,]) La^. 2051 ; 
much el dsel of his cunne 0436; del Shoreh. 
145; Langl. h 15, 480; Amad. ed. Robs. 
XIV, 8; pet feirest del a. r. 276; sum 
del Kath. 668; st. gen. 353; Beh. 688; 
mesten del Marh. 17; pat oper del Brand. 
3; pe hep grat del ine his kende aijenh. 
17; eche dayes dol 112; hi nold«n per- 



of malde nones cunnes dol mit^c. 50; he 

h^fde to dale pat sudlond la^. 2111; 

daeles fpl.j fragm. 1, 52; deles, doles a- 

yenh. 17; comp. after-, for-, i-, or-, to- 

diel. 

dalneominde particeps, horn,. 1, 47 . 

dieleii, A. Sax. deelan, O.Fris. dela, O.Icel. 
deila, Goth, dailjan, 0. II. Germ, teilen, 
deal, partiri, dividere, Orm. 6175; heo 
wolden al Jjis lond d^len heom bitwenen 
Lc\ 4053; delen, dealen a. r. 28 ^^ 
224; delen Chauc. C. t. a 247; to delen 
pat uvel from pe gode c. I. 130; dele 
ayenh. 76; s. s. ed. Wr. 3442; f.r. c. 
3460; delej) fpres J Langl h 10, 28; 
on four doles delen he de ger s'. gen. 
151; dele, deale (imperat.?) a. r. 276, 
286 ^^ 362; .dldde fprct.J La>^. 21126; 
delde Bek. 1101; deled f part. J Boh. 23, 
17; cliron. Engl. 370; comp. oi-, i-, to- 
daelen. 

delare, A. Sax. d&lere, dealer, ^^partitor, dis- 
tributor', prompt. 117 . 

dw[) see dead. 

daife daff, dastard, prompt. Ill; Langl. 1, 
120 (138); Chauc. C. t. a 4208. ' 

daff en daff^' comp. bidaifen. 

dal'i, A. Sax. daeft, daft (deft J, mitis, Mapes 
343; dafte Orm. 2175; Chest, pi. 1, 
134; deft ^^(hjehes', prompt. 116; dat 
defte meiden rel. ant. 1, 200. 
daftelike deftly, Orm. 1215. 

dafti^, L. Germ. Dutch defdg. 
dafLi~iils:e decenter, Crm. 15021. 

daggiMi, 0. Fr. daguer ? pun ger e ? lect dagge 
his cloJ)es Langl. h 20, 142; dagges 
fpres. J d. Arth. 2102; dagged (part.) 
Chauc. C. t. ed. Tynvh. p. 155. 

daggcii = deawien; comp. bidaggen. 

daggere, Welsh Bret, dager, dagger, pugio, 
Chauc. C. t. a 113. 

da3, A. Sax. daEjg, O.L.Germ. dag, O.Icel. 
dagr, Goth, dags, O.K. Germ, tag, day, 
dies, (ms. da33) Orm. 4168; daei, dai 



(Ia3 



dale 



119 



L(i\ 833 ^ 10246; hit was daei liht eiz 
■war Uechter tag 6661 ; al peiie daei lihte 
IdmJi dej Urn. 1, 223; dei Kath. 747; 
a. r. 20; dai st. gen. 83; al dai Belc. 
1438; day prod. 7; pet habbe]) al day 
liare 030 to hevene agenb. 75; dayes 
fge7i.J Havel. 2363; J)es da3es (daies) 
liht fms. lihte) La^. 26464; bi daies 
lihte 0. a. n. 1431; dayes ie daisg, Chauc. 
C. t. a 332; daies die, Kath. 1078; 0. 
({. n. 1690; deies a. r. 418; da3e, daye 
(dat.) L^. 82 ^ 146; deie a. r. 32; 
dsiv>'e ^ Rich. 3249; tO da3 hodie, Orm. 
6416; to dai Kath. 788; a. r. 278; 
. iioii a day Gow. 1, 64; da3es (daies), 
dawes, A. Sax. dagas, fplj La^. 1113 Sf 
8724; da3es, dayes, daies ayenh. 7, 198 
et 214; dages, daies 7 el ant. 1, 226 6;- 
'226; daies, dahes Kath. 1662 ^' 1844; 
daies Wm. 3843; dayes Wid. John 11; 
dayes, dawes Bratid. 6 Sc 6; dapes a. r. 
70; dawes llavil 2344; Alis. 1436; Gotv. 
2, 113; Laupf. 1 ; da3en, dawen fd-it. 
pJ.J Z73. 1284 ■ Sf 4277; dawen Alis. 
6631; of dage brOgten st. gen. 3646; 
brou3t of dawe Will. 3817 ; comp. easter-, 
ende-, 30I-, hali3-, lif-, messe-, reste-, 
wada3. 
da3hwamlic quot'idianm; lire daihpamlTche 

bred horn. 2, 27; heore da3]?hamlike 

spine Orm. 6238; deilipamliche (adv.) 

horn. 1, 17. 
dayerewe aurora, misc. 163; dayrawe a. 

p. 2, 893; Alex. 392. 
daired, A. Sax. daegred, -raed, O.Dutch 

dagerad, O.II.Germ. tagarot, -rod, aii- 

rnrc; r. s. IV, 17. 
dairieme ^^aurord\ rel. ant. 1, 130; dai- 

rim 0. a. n. 328. 
daisterre day-star, 0. a. n. 328; Wid. 

Joh 38. 
da^, A. Sax. dag, 0. Dutch deg, 0. Ted. 
deigr, 6^o^A. daigs, O.II.Germ. teig, dough; 
diih "maha^\ fragm. 4, 42; dagh voc. 



201; do3 ayenh. 206; dogh Mire 1882; 
doghe fdat.J I. c. c. 41; comp. surda3. 
ddwribbe prompt. 128. 
dinvtrow prompt. 128. 

da^c, A. Six. daga (dies)? da3en (pi.) Lay 
3616; dawene (gen. pi.) 4606; tpenti 
dahene gong Kath. 2602; da3en Shoreh. 
126. 

da^ieii^ A.Sjx. dagian, O.Icel. daga, 0. II. 
Germ, tagen, from da3, daw, dilucescere; 
dagen st. gen. 16; dayin, dawin prompt, 
112; dawen spec. 96; s. s. ed. Web, 
2249; dawe Will. 3261; LangL h 18, 
179; daped (pres) a. r. 362; per da-, 
wep him no day ( hauc. C. t. a 1676; 
da3ecle, dawede ^/»/-^^.y Za-). 1694 4" 8623: 
dawed Degrev. 697. 

da^iiicn dvwn; dawnin prompt. 114. 

daigciiiiig^ daiening datvning, st. gen. 77 &- 
3264. 

da^uiige^ A. Sax. dagung, dawning; dapunge 
a. r. 20; dawinge Rob. 208, 19. 

dah see dR3. 

dai see da3. 

dale, A. Sax. dale, dole, O.lcd. dalkr, spi- 
na, ''(spi)nter\ fragm. 2, 63; dole sor 
and blein st. gen. 3027; pidiite knotte 
& dolke a. r. 2. 

dale, A. Six. da^l, O.L.Germ. Goth, dai, 
O.II.Germ. tal n., O.lcd. dalr m., dale, 
vaUi», Orm. 9203; Rob. 362, 1; Langl, 
prol. 16; pr. c. 1044; pat dale Z<?v 
27166; dale (dat.) 0. a. n. 1; st. gen, 
19; Alis. 2660; dales (pi.) Lay 20860; 
Mapes 348: deales a. r. 282. 

Akle, O.II.Germ. teila (partitio)? dole, di- 
visio, pars: pe feorpe dale Orm. 8273; 
ane dale Kath. 99; ne scalt pu nsever 
halden dale of mine lande Liy 3084; 
ne schaltii habben . . . dale of heovene 
riche Marh. 22; dole st. gen. 162; c. I. 
291 ; a. p. 1, 136; peos laste dole a. r. 
412; heo eoden to paere dale Lay 19646; 
dolen (pi.) a. r. 10. 



120 



dali 



de- 



dali, O.Fr. daille? ^^tessera, alea\ prompt. 

daliauiicc dalliance, Gaio. 1012. 

(liilieii daliy, hidere; dali Gaw. 1253; daile 

Man. 116, 3; disours dalie Alis. 6991; 

dailieden fpret.J Gaw. 1114. 
daike^ diminut. of dale? dalk fdelkj, ^^val- 

lis\ prompt. 112; rel. ant. 2, 78; dalk 

pr. c. 6447. 
dani^ O.Fris. dam, dom, O.lcel. dammr, M. 

II. Germ, tarn, dam, ^^agger\ prompt. 113; 

^'■8tagnum\ voc. 239; ps. 106, 33^. 
damage^ O.Fr. damage, damage, Man. 4552. 
danie^ O.Fr. dame, dame (dam), a. r. 230; 

Mand. 302; Fercev. 336. 
daniisele^ O.Fr. damisele, damsel, Will. 401. 
daniiicu^ Fr. damner, damn; damni ayenh. 

137. 
dampen^ 0. Butch dampen, damp; damped? 

a. p. 2, 989. 
dauugcr^ O.Fr. dangier, danger, a. r. 356; 

Chauc. C. t. a 663. 
daiigcrus dangerous, a. r. 108. 
dank da7ih, d. Arth. 313. 
dauiisen^ Fr. danser, dance, Chauc. C. t. a 

2202. 
daiitcii^ O.Fr. danter, Lat. domitare, daunt; 

daunte Wicl. Mark 5; daunted fpret.J 

Langl. h 15, 393. 
daper^ O.lcel. dapr (tridis), O.II.Germ. ta- 

pherer (gravis), dapper; dapir prompt. 

113. 
dappcl? 

dappelgray dapple-gray, Chauc. C. t. h 
2074. 
dar, O.lcel. darr (hasta)? dar, dace, voc. 253. 
dar see dear and parf. 
dariii '■''latere', prompt. 113; Lidg. m. p. 

153; dare spec. 50; transact. 18, 26; e. 

T. 553; Wicl. Mark 7; Man. 5183; 

Gaw. 2258; a. p. 1, 838; darie (pres.j 

Marh. 16, 34; i droupe and dare Min. 

2; dared so ge ded were rel. ant. 1, 

217; and darip per for drede Triam. 



321; deovelen ])at in ham dearied (da- 
ried) Kath. 553; daren ant. Arth, IV, 
12; dare Chauc. C. t. h 1293; dare 
(su^'j.) 0. a. n. 384; dearede (pret.) Kath. 
1135; dared Will. 4055; comp. setdarien. 

dark see dearc. 

darnel^ Fr. darnel, darnel, Wicl. Mai. 13. 

dart, Fr. dard, [A. Sax. dared, O.lcel. dar- 
radr, 0. II. Germ, tart], dart, '^telmn\ 
prompt. 114; Mand. 117; Chauc. C. t. 
a 1564. 

daschcn, Ban. daske, Sived. daska, = dwe- 
sclien? dash, Alis. 2837; dasche a doun 
p. I. 8. XVII, 366; daschande (part.) 
a. p. 3, 312; daschte (pret.) Hob. 51, 
20; comp. todasclien. 

dasi, A. Sax. dpaesig? 

dasiberd homo dultus, prompt. 114^. 

dasin, 0. Icel. dasa (desidem e s»), 0. Butch 
dasen, dwasen (delirare, desipere), A. Sax. 
dpaesigean (ineptire), daze, ^^caligare\ 
prompt. 114; dase m. t. 311; pe i3en 
. . . schulen not dasewe "-non caligahunt'", 
Wicl. Is. 32; 1 dase and i dedir 2\>wn. 
7nyst. 28; pe ei3en dasewetz p. r. I. p. 
221; dased (pret.) a. p. 3, 383; dased 
(part) Chauc. h. f. 658; pr. c. 6647; 
comp. adasen. 

dastard, cmp. O.lcel. daestr (fessus), dastard, 
prompt. 114. 

date, Fr. datte, date, ^'dactylus\ prompt. 114. 

daubiii, Ir. dobaim, Welsh dwbiaw, daub, 
"li7nare'\ prompt. 114; dauben "liniunt", 
Wicl. E%. 13; daube (imper.) a, p. 2, 
313. 

dawc, O.II.Germ. taha, daw; comp. cadawe. 

dawieu see da3ien. 

de-, O.Fr. Lat. de. 

debat debate. Will. 4380; Latigl. 5, 181 

(337). 
deceiven decevse ; deceivi ayenb. 82. 
deces decease, Man. 5352. 
declaren declare; declare Chauc. C. t. h 
1672. 



de- 



dea3 



121 



iledeiHeii, Fr. dedaigiier, Lat. dedignari, 
disdain; dedeineden (pret.) Wich Mat. 21. 

deduit, 0. Fr. deduit, ammement, phamre, 
CJiaue. C. t. a 2177; dedut Brand. 2; 

Will. m)H. 

defaut dcfauit, Jloh. 35, 17; Man. 5113. 
defeiiden defend; defeiide Man. 14(136; 

defendide fprct.J Hid. judges 15. 
defense defense, Uoh. 253, 10. 
defien, Lat. deficere? Langl. 5, 219 (389 J. 
defoalen, O.Fr. defouler, difoal (defile); 

defoiile lloh. 57, 22; defoiled (pret.) 

Will. 4614; defouled (part.) ayenh. 

167. 
degre degree, Chauc. C. t. a 1891. 
delices, Fr. delices, deliciae, pr. c. 4615. 
delicious delicious, pr. c. 9291. 
delit, O.Fr. delit, delight, a. r. 112. 
delltable delc^tahilis, Chauc. Boet. 756; 

pr. c. 5239. 
deli ten, O.Fr. dellter, deligJd, a. r. 52; 

delited (pret.) pr. e. 8336. 
deliverance deliverance, pr. c. 3585. 
deliveren deliver; delivere Mand. 2; de- 

livere, dilivere c. I. 1124; delivrede 

(pret.) a. r. 234. 
demenen demean: &■ deinened hem douj- 

tili Will. 1222. 
demeoren demur, demorari: demeore 30 ])e 

lengre a. r. 242. 
depeinten depaint; depeinted (part.) c. I. 

704; Will 3217. 
clepriven depri e; deprive a. p. 2, 185. 
derainen, O.Fr. derainier, deraisnier, de- 

raign; deraine Alis. ed. S/c. 124; drei- 

nen c. I. 974. 
descenden descend; dcscendej) (pres.) a- 

yenb. 123. 
descriven describe; descrive Will 5005; 

descrived (pres.) a. r. 10. 
desert desert, desertus, Rob. 232, 19; a- 

yenh. 240. 
deserven deserve; deserve (pres.) Chauc, 

C. t. a 1232; deserved (part.) c. I. 402, 



desiren detirc, Will 5065; desire p. I, 

s. XVH, 147. 
despisen despise; dispise pr. c. 4252. 
despit defpite, Bob. 18, 18; Chaw. C. t, 

7758. 
despoilen despoil; dispoill ( yenb. 45; de- 

spoilede (pret.) a. r. 300. 
destine destiny, rel. ant, 1, 61. 
destruen destroy; destrue ayenb. 28; de- 

struie Langl. b 17 , 215; destrued (part.) 

a. r. 388. 
devisen devise; devise Will. 809; devisi 

ayenb. 73. 
devot devout, a. r. 376. 
devocioun devotion, pr. c. 5906. 
lie- see dia-. 
lie, Fr, de, die (dee); des (pi.) ayenb. 45; 

dees Goiv. 2, 39; Cfiaue. C. t. 13882. 
ilca«l, A. Sax. dead, O.Fris. dad, dath, 0. 
L. C erm. dod, 0. Icel daudr, O'oth. daujjs, 
0. H. Germ, toter, toder, dead* m:rtuus, 
r. s. V, 248; Wicl. John 6; Lidg. m. 
p. 35; diad cyenb. 12; dead, d-M La-^. 
196 ^^ 10247; d«d Orm. 908; ded, deed 
Chauc. C. t. a 148; deade (pi) Marh. 
1; dede Ferc.v. 155. 
deadlTc, A. Sax. deadlic, deadly, mortalis, 

horn. 1, 223; dGadiich Kath. 1104; a, 

r. 206; diadlich misc. 27; deadlTche sen- 

ne Shoreh. 99; deadllclie ifoan proclam. 

6; pine daedliclie ivan La^. 8550; dead- 

li, deedli Wid. Fsth. 13; dedli Gow. 1, 

355; Langl b 1 4, 78. 
ilcaf, A.Sax. deaf, O.Fris, daf, O.L.Germ, 
dof, O.lcel daufr, Gotli. daubs, O.H, 
Germ, touber, deaf, surdus, Marh. 20; 
diaf ayenb. 1; daef Orm. 9887; def, deef 
Chauc. C. t. a 446; deef pr. c. 782; 
Lidg, m. p, 189; lud. Cov, 254; deave 
(pi) Kath. 1061; defe, deve Langl b 
19, 126, 

defli deafly. Town. myst. 100. 
dea^, A.Sax, deag, deah, O.L.Germ. dOg, 
Goth, daug, O.H.Germ. toug, (pret, pres,) 

16 



122 



dea^ 



cleaw 



■ is good, or worth; deah Kath. 1853; deli 
Mark. 1; deih ho7n. 1, 202; pet ou ne 
deih a. r. 420^ Tliebald noulit ne deih 
Man. 133, 24 ; ])at ping pat noht ne 
d«h Orm. 4872; liwile pine dages dugen 

. reL ant. J, 184; deriv. du3en, dujede, 
duhtij. 

ilea), A. Sax. deag, deah, dye, tinctura, co- 
lor; dehe fdat.J misc. 193. 

deaden, A. Sax. deagan ^r<*^. deog, dye; deye 
Chauc. C. t. 11031 ; diin ^'■tivgere', prcmpt. 
124. 

ileyer, diere dyer, Chauc. C. t. 362 f364j. 

ileal see deel. 

ilear, A. Sax. dearr, dear, O.L.Germ. (gi)- 
dar, Goth, dars, O.ll.Gcrm. (ge)tar, fpret. 
pros.) dare fdarj, andeo, horn. 1, 187; 
dar Orm. 10659; h. h. 142; Langl. h 
15, 108; Mand. 249; sacram. 316; der 
Lay 6639; a. r. 2u6; Shm'eh. 5; derst, 
dserst (darst) Lay 20375 Sf 24779^ darst 
Orm. 5615; o. a. n. 853; c. I. 1081; 
hon perstou . . . nemne his name Brand. 
27; ne durren (dorren) heo me abiden 
Lay 15063; durre Alis. 1314; men 
dtirre (=purve?) selde here orf in hous 
a wintre bringe Iloh. 43, 7 ; dur 3Iand. 
271; dorre ayenh. 22; doren WicJ. geyies. 
44; dor Chauc. C. t. 12589; we ne po- 
re abide no3t Beh. 137 5; durre fsuhj.J 
Lay 24783; o. a. n. 1706; dorre Roh. 
112, 1; durren a. r. 128; deriv. durren, 
dursti3. 

dearc, A. Sax. dearc, deorc, O.Icel. dokkr, 
dark, gr. 26; dare, dorc Jul. 30 Sf 31 ; 
derk "tenehrosus, ohscurus\ prompt. 119; 
Bob. 560, 15; c. I. 71; Gow. 2, 120; 
Mand. 237; lud. Cov. 21; derk fsuhst.J 
Will. 1285; deork Bek. 1411; dorc horn. 
1, 253; durk treat. 134; p. I. s. II, 43; 
dirk ant. Arth. VI, 10; Lidg. m. p. 144; 
darke ni3t p. 57, 4; dorke fms. dorcke) 
, niht Lay 7 563*; derker (compar.) Langl. 
I 10, 182; darkest fsuperl.J Marh. 8. 



deorkhede ohcuritas, Ilalliw. diet. 298; 

durchede Brand. 2. 
derkliche darkly, Langl. 6363. 

dcarkieii, A. Sax. deorciau (?), dark, ohscu- 
rare, latere; derkin ^'ohscurare\ prompt. 
119; derken Chauc. Boet. 448; derkede 
fpret. J li b. diic. 1379; pe child . . . 
darked in his den Will. 17 ; derked f part. J 
Cow. 3, 307; derkid Wicl. 3 kings 18; 
dirkid Lidg. m. p. 138; idurked Bek. 
1414. 

dei'kiiesse darkness, Langl. b 16, 85; Chauc. 
C. t. a 1451. 

dearcuieii, 0. II. Germ, tarchnen (supprimere, 
palliare), darken, latere; durcnin hom. 1, 
259*; dirkins (pres.) ant. Arth. V, 1; 
durcninde (part.) Kath. 2049*. 

deariic see derno. 

dealt, A. Sax. dead, O.Fris. dath, dad, 0. 
L. Germ, dod, dod, 0. Icel. daudi, Goth. 
daupus, O.II.Germ. tod, death, mw^s, Kath. 
1127; deap Shoreh. 28; diap ayenb. 12; 
died p. I. s. VIII, 93; dead, ded Lay 
284 cj^ 2587; dep, deeth Chauc. C. t. a 
964; dep Wicl. John 12; deep Orm. 
17450; deth, ded prompt. 115; ded Ha- ^ 
vel. 1687 ; Iw. 1262; pr. c. 815; deades 
fgen.J Kath. 1143; deape, depe fdat.J 
0. a. n. 1617. 

depday Langl. 3, 104 fl08j. 
d8e])shildi3 Orm. 10436. 
dej)provve p. I. s. XV, 192; dedthrawe 

d. Arth. 1150. 
depuvel Bek. 2311. 

deaYieii, A. Sax. deafian (?), O.Fris. dava, 
O.Icel. deyfa, from deaf, deave fdeafenj, 
surdescere, surdare; deve Gaw. 1286; him 
deavep pa teren fragm. 5, 36; devid 
f part. J lud. Cov. 348; comp. adeavien. 

deaw, A. Sax. deap, O.Fris. dau (?) dat. 
dawe, O.II.Germ. tau, tou, O.Icel. dogg, 
dew fdagj, ros; dean, diau ayenb. 136 Sf 
144; d£ep Orm. 13865; dew st. gen. 
3325; deu treat. 137; Mapes 347; spec. 



deawien 



clem men 



123 



-.. 12; m. h. 26; pene deu horn, h 160; 
dewe (did.) treat. 131 ; comp. milde\y. 
^ il«awieii^ A. Sax. deapian, O.JJutch dauwen, 
0. II. Germ, touwen (touueii), O.lcel. dogg- 
• va, dewfd:tg, degj; dewin ^^rorare\ prompt. 
7-26'; dffipen Orm. 13848; dewep ''rora- 
te\ Wicl Is. 45. 

deil see dead and dead. 

(lede see dMe. 

tledeii; A. Sax. dedan, 0. II. Germ, toden, 
Goth, daupjan, dead f deaden J: pe olde tre 
bigan to dede s. s. ed. Weh. 623; dedid, 
deadid f part. J Wicl. 1 kings 26; comp. 
adeden. 

deeii, O.Fr. dean, deien, Lat. decanus, dean, 
g. 64. 

def see deaf. 

do5 see da3. 

de^eii^ O.Fris. deja, O.lcel. deyja, Goth 
daujan, 0. L. Germ, dojan, 0. II. Germ 
touwan (touuan), d.'e (dee), mori, La-^ 
31196; Orm. 8090; deigen st. gen. 3121 
deien Kath. 968; deyen Will. 3363 
deyin prompt. Ill; de^e h. h. 64; Gaw 
996; deye Roh. 494, 9; Havel. 840 
Chauc. a t. 11290; s. a. c. XIV, 10 
deghe pr. c. 1939; di3e, die Langl. 2 
181 (211); dien c. I. 218; die Mand 
201; m. h. 19; de3ede (pref.) La\ 1160 
deide Kath. 1101; Langl. b 11, 200. 
dijede Jos. 134; deieden a. r. 301; die- 
den Mand. 286. 

deh see deaj. 

dcie, 0. /<?(?/. deigj a, dey,fem le servant, prompt. 
116; p. s. 321; Chauc. C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 
14862; p. 16, 6; dale rel. ant. 1, 129. 

deien see dea3en and de3en. 

deierie dairy, Chauc. C. t. a 691 ; deirie 
prompt. 111. 

deiiieii^ O.Fr. deigner, Lat. dignari, deign; 
dainep (pres.) ayenh. 18; deined (pret.) 
Langl. h 6, 310. 

deinte^ O.Fr. dainte, dainty, a. r. 412; 
deintee Langl. I 11, 41; dainte Gaw. 1260. 



deis, O.Fr. deis, dels (daift), Chauc. C. t. a 
310; des Win. 4312; dees Man. 9282. 

del see dsel. 

delf^ A. Sax. delf, delf, fossa; delfe (dat.) 
Town. myst. 230; delves ^^lapicidinis", 
Wicl. 2 paral. 34. 

delle, O.Dutch delle, dell, vallis, rel. ant, 
2, 1; dellun (dat. pi.) ant. Arth. IV, 11 

delvcii, A. Sax. delfan, O.Fris. delva, O.II. 
Germ, telban, delve, fodere, La-^. 16894 
Langl. b 19, 369; delvin prompt. 118 
Lidg. m. p. 146; delve ayenb. 108; Chaue 
C. t. a 636; delfep (pres.) Orm. 6486 
delved h m. 1, 49; dalf (pret.) st. gen. 
2118; Rob. 131, 1; s. s. ed. Web. 2419. 
Shoreh. 166; dulven a. r. 292; dnlve 
Marg. 219; dolven Langl. 6, 118 (193) 
dulve (subj.) a. r. 384; dolve ayenb. 263 
dolven (part.) Will. 2630; Mand. 62 
Chauc. r. r. 4010; idolven a. r. 292^ 
comp. bidelven. 

delrere, A. Sax. delfere, delver, fossor, Langl. 
prol 102 (223). 

deme^ A. Sax. dema, O.II. Germ, tuomo, 
judge, La\ 363; Orm. 660; o. a. n. 
1183; demen (dat.) p. I. s. VIII, 48. 

demeii^ A. Sax. deman, O.Fris. dema, 0, 
Icel. doema, Goth, domjan, O.II.Germ. tuo- 
men, from dom, deem, judge, Orm. 662; 
Mand. 41; pet tn schalt demen pi sul- 
ven pod a. r. 120; deme "judicare\ Wicl. 
John 1; 0. a. n. 188; Lidg. m. p. 12; 
mi fader of heven has me doun sent to 
deme youre dedes mir. pi. 188; demde 
(pret.) Lay 4936; a. r. 306; Shoreh. 
86; demden Kath. 330; Havel. 2820; 
demed (part.) m. h. 1 ; pr. c. 1996; comp. 
for-, idemen. 

demer see dwimer. 

demere, A. Sax. demere, judge, ayenb. 12; 
demare a. r. 286. 

demmen^ A. Sax. demman (?), O.Fris. dem- 
ma, dam (dem), aggerare; demmed? (pret. J 
a. p. 2, 384. 



124 



den 



deore 



dcii, A. Sax. denn fcuhi/ej, 0. Dutch denne 

{area J antrum), 0. 11. Gei'm. tenni (area), 

den, ^^8pecus\ prompt. 118; ^^spelunca\ 
Wicl. John 11; muc. lo2 ; pet den gr. 

24; denne fdat.) La^. 22028; Ah's. 3400; 

Will. 20; avow. Jrth. VI, 12. 
dcnC; A. Sax. dene m., denu /., dean, "val- 

lis\ fragm. o, 50; ^^eonvallem', ps. 39, 

8'^; a. p. 1, 295; pe dane of tieares a- 

yenh. 160. 
dciic see dune. 
Dencniark^ A. Sax. Dena mearc, Denmarh, 

La>^. 4488; Boh. 3, 10. 
ilcuuieii den: wu he dennede liim in dat 

defte maiden rel. ant. 1, 209; caldeliclie 

dennet in a beastes cribbe horn. 1, 277. 
Dcusc^ A. Sax. Denisc, Danish; Densce fpl.) 

Lay 12834; Denslie Havel. 2373. 
ileiit see dunt. 
Ucofel, A. Sax. deofol, Lat. diabolus, devil, 

Orm. 07 1; deovel a. r. 208; deovel (dea- 

vel) La'^. 17669; dievel aycn'). 13. 
deol see doel. 
deop, A.Sax. deep, O.Fris. diap, O.L.Germ. 

diop, diap, O.Icel. diupr, Goth, diups, 0. 

II. Germ, tiufer, deep, profundus, a. r. 

224; Marh. 13; deop (deap) Lay 647; 

deop, deep Langl. prol. 13; diep ayenh. 

264; dep Orm. 16697; Mapes 333; a 

dupe dich Brand. 27 ; deope fpl.) spec. 

62; deope in bid flescli hi wode Bek. 

2232; pat 3e ne falle to depc Shoreh. 

104; diQO^^XQ fcompar.) horn. 1, 49; deop- 

pere, depper Langl. 10, 182 f 11, 138); 

depper Chauc. C. t. 12178. 

deopllche deeply, a. r. 134; deplike Ha- 
vel. 1417. 
deopc^ A.Sax. dyp, d5^pe, Goth, diupei, 0. 

H.Germ. tiufi, deep, profundum, p. I. s. 

XV, 84; depe Chauc. C. t. h 433. 
deopicu^ Goth, (ga)diupjan, deepen: deoped 

into pe soule a. r. 288; pa pe die wes 

. . . allunge ideoped Lay 13473. 
dcopnesse, A.Sax. deopniss, deepness, ho7n. 



1, 49; depnisse X^ath. 980; depnesse d. 
Arth. 746. 

deor, A.Sax. deor, O.Fris. diar, O.L.Germ. 
dier, O.Icel. diur, dj^r, Goth, dius, O.H. 
Germ, tier, tier, deer, hestia : a deor swi- 
de sell] oh Lay 6438; deor, der Orm. 
1177 Sf 1312; der rel. ant. 1, 213; 
deores (gen.) a. r. 196; deore (dat.) horn. 

2, 37; deor (pi.) Lay 1123; libbep al 
so pilde deor (dor) o. a. n. 1012; duer 
chron. Engl. 30; der st. gen. 178; deo- 
ren (dat. pi.) La^. 1128; dere Gaw. 1322. 
dcorfrid Lay 1436. 

deor^ A. Sax. deor (fortis, gravis) G reins 
gloss. 1, 193, dear, gravis; dere (pi.) 
Gaw. 364; nou fele we it dere pr. c. 
1469. 
deore, A.Sax. deore, dyre, O.Fris. diore, 
diure, 0. L. Genu, diuri, 0. Icel. d^rr, 0. 
II. Germ, tiurer, dear, pretiosus, noh'lis, 
cams, a. r. 408; deore, dure Lay 143 
Sf 2963; deore, dere Orm. 2206 ^' 2336; 
diere time ayenb. 36; deere, dore Chauc. 
C. t. a 2433; dere Mand. 232; p. 78, 
6; of dere pris st. gen. 2247 ; what him 
dere ])6u3t Will. 1268; pe cuntre was 
dere Jis. 37 ; a dere day Gaw. 92; Ar- 
thur pe dere Fercev. 308; of du^ti men 
and of dere avow. Arth. 1, 6; duere rel. 
ant. 1, 110; deore (adv.) a. r. 392; 
deore abo3t Bek. 112; dere Havel. 1637 ; 
Bich. 3312; deere Lidg. m. p. 217; 
duere h. h. 39; p. s. 214; deorre (corn- 
par.) a. r. 190; derre Orm. 18221; 
deoreste (superl.) La-). 8973; derrest 
Langl. h 2, 13. 
deorliche, yi.Sax. deorllc, dearly, Lay 

31732; drinke to him deorli spec. Ill; 

derli Will. 1421; deorluker (compar.) 

Lay 30060. 
deorepurpe, A.Sax. deorpyrde, precious, 

Orm. 6689; durewurde Lay 16686; 

derwurjje avow. Arth. XXII, 8; der- 

worpe c. I. 27; Will. 1338. 



deore 



derven 



125 



<!core, 0. II. Germ, tiuri, caritas; dere Ha- 
vel. 824; Man. 16419. 

Deorebi; A. Sax. Deora h^, Derbij, misc. 146; 
Derbi Iloh. 3, 26. 

ilcork see dearc. 

deorliiig; A.Sax. deorling, darling, La^, 6316; 
a. r. 56; derling Orm. 9219; Will. 1038; 
2n\ c. 8791 ; lud. Cov. 53; durliiig Brand. 3. 

d<M)i')}C; O.Icel. dyrd, 0. II. Germ, tiurida, 
dearth, oaritas; dierpe ayenh. 256; derpc 
Langl. h 6, 330; Mand. 38; a. p. 1, 99. 

ilep see deop. 

depeii, A.Sax. depan (V), O.Fris. depa, 0. 
L. Germ, dopean, Goth, daupjaii, 0. II, 
Germ, toiifen, mergere, haptizare; depe 
Shoreh. 11; ayenh, 107. 

Dcppcford Deptford, Chauc. C. t. a 3906. 

iler see dear. 

der see deor. 

derc, A.Sax. daru, 0. Dutch dere, O.IIGerm. 
tara, harm, injury, st. gen. 3214; Iw. 
2577; Rich. 1696; e. T. 642; Eglam. 
513; Teton, myst. 28. 

derf, A.Sax. dearf Bout. ev. gloss., O.Icel. 
diarfr, 0. L. Germ, derbi, from derven, 
hard, strong, severe, Marh. 5, 13; Orm. 
16780; a. p. 2, 862; for pi derfe dede 
avow. Arth. LIV, 12; derfe fpl.J Town, 
myst. 317; derfe dintes Alex. 2091; de- 
stines derf(e) & dere Gaw. 564; derfre, 
dervre fcompar.J Jul. 16 Sf 17 ; derveste 
(superl.) Kath. 565; derf(e) (adv.) m. h. 23. 
derfllclie strongly, severely: derfliche ipi- 
ned a. r. 114; deorflike Orm. 9752; 
derflike rel. ant. 1, 218 ; derfli aoit. Arth. 
XXIV, 13. 

derf, A. Sax. gedeorf, tribulation, affliction : 
pe derf of dead ICath. 2426; vor te drien 
derf ine godes servise a. r. 80; nas na 
man . . . pat durste him derf makien 
Za^. 10943. 

derfiiisse hardship, severity; dervenesse horn. 
1, 21. 

dericiij A.Sax, O.L.Germ. derian, O.Fris. 



dera, 0. II. Germ, terian, terran, from 
dere, harm, injure, p, I. s, VIII, 168; 
derian, derien hom, 1, 13; derie Horn 
ed. Lum. 7 86'; ayenh, 126; derye Shoreh. 
.28; Alis. 3657: deren rel. ant. 1, 212; 
Langl. 7, 50 (8, 54); dere Mand, 13; 
Chauc. C, t. a 1822; ps, 88, 23; pr. c. 
2290; Mm. 3; P&rcev, 1171; avow. Arth. 
Ill, 11; deriep fpres.) Marg. 226; de- 
rede fpret.) La'i,. 9657; st. gen. 242. 

dcrk see dearc. 

denic^ ^.>SV^. derne, dyriie, O.L.Germ. ^qy- 
ni, dern (darn), secret, Marh. 8; c. I. 
1030; Will. 860; Langl. h 2, 175; Gaw. 
1012; m. h. 166; bi a derne sti Isumh. 
40; godes derne runes a. r. 96; derne 
stedes ayenh. 143; derne, deorne La-^, 
13604 ^^ 13624; dearne Kath. 574; 
dserne Orm. 2004; dierne Ilich. thes. 1, 
222; diirne Bek. 23; derne (adv.) spec, 
23; a. p. 2, 697; liivie derne o. a. n, 
1357; derne (sulst.) o. a. n. 608; in 
derne "m ahscondito\ ps. 9, 29; avow, 
Arth. LII, 12; let ns halde us in derne 
Degrev. 607 . 

dernellcbe secretly, a. r. 146; m. t. 103; 
dernelTche (deorneliclie) Lay 4392; dear- 
neliche Kath. 407 ; dernli Town, myst, 
141; derneluker (compar.) a. r. 128, 
dearneschipe secrecy, a. r. 152^. 

dernen^ A.Sax. dernan, djrnan, O.L.Germ, 
dernian, dernean, O.IIGerm. tarnen, daim, 
conceal, La'>,. 18549; derni Shoreh, 79; 
daernden (pret.) Lay 7694. 

Derte Dart. 

Dertemude Dartmouth, La^. 17 86; Derte- 
moupe Chauc, C. t. a 389. 

derven, A. Sax. deorfan, 0. L. Germ, (far)- 
dervan, O.Fris. (for)derva, O.Icel. (for)- 
diarfa, grieve, afflict, injure, a. r. 382; 
c. I. 676; to derven mine so ale Iliclc. 
thes. 1, 227; derve /c*. 47; .derved (pres.) 
Kath. 1684; derve (suhj.) Marh. 12,14: 
comp. iderven; deriv. derf. '-- - -i-i- 



126 



des 



dihtert 



des see dels. 

lies- see (lis-. 

ilcsi see dusi. 

desk see discli. 

destcii = dusten ? ne non harm hine do(u)n 

deste Shoreh. 62; over pe brigge he deste 

Trist. 3, 9. 
destrer^ O.Fr. destrier, war-horse, Chauc. C. 

t. h 2103. 
dette, Fr. dette, debt, a. r. 126; ayenh. 35. 
dettur deUor, a. r. 312; dettour IIoccL VI, 

7; dettours fp/.J ayenh. 113. 
ded" see dead. 
deu see deaw. 
deute duty, And. 24. 
deveii see deavien. 
Devciie (Devenes) fpl.J Bevons, La'^. 308S0; 

Devene scire, A. Sex. Defena scire, J)e- 

vojislure, Za}. 21016; Devene {printed De- 

nene) schire llol. 6, 27 . 
dever, Fr. devoir, Will. 47 4; d. Arth. 1940; 

g. 6. 
dew see deaw. 
diacne^ Lat. diaconiis, deacon, honi. 1, 79; 

ayenh. 190; deakne Shoreh. 61. 
diad see dead. 
dial dial, prompt. 120. 
die, A. Sax. 0,L.Germ. die, O.Fris. dil', 
' M. II. Germ, tich m., O.Icel. dik, diki n., 

dike, ditch fdichej, fossa: enne die, ane 

dich (one dlch) Lay 646 Sf 6426; pa 

dich (pe dicli) 12670; dlch a. r. 246; 

Roh. 86, 6; Bratid. 27; ayenh. 67; Alls. 

6632; dik st. gen. 281; in fi dik (dike, 

diche) falle Langl. h 11, 417; to delven 

a dich (diche) 19, 369; diche Mand. 29; 

diche fdat.J Chauc. C. t. a 4106; Orph. 

347 ; to pare diche o. a. n. 1239; dike 

Mich. 6021; diches fpl.J La-^. 9238; 

diche i?. /. s. VIII, 21; hom. 1, 163; 

misc. 69. 
diderin^ A. Sax. dydrian filluderej? didder, 

^frigutire', prompt. 121; dintus gerut 

him to dedur amw. Arth. XXV, 8; de- 



dir (pres.) Town. myst. 28; comp. bi- 
didren ? 

dieii see dea3en and de3en. 

diere see deore. 

diete^ Fr. diete, diet, a. r. 112. 

diggc dig, anas; digges fpl.J Chest, pi. 1, 

' o2 fmir. pi. 9 J; I. c. c. 9. 

diggiii dig, ^fodere\ prompt. 121; diggen 
Mand. 107; digge Lidg. m. p. 146; 
ston ... to digge Will. 2243; digg(e) 
it lip s. s. ed. Wr. 631; digged fpret.J 
Langl. h 6, 109 fa 7, 100 has dikeden). 

digne^ Fr. digne, dignus, Jos. 262; Will. 
683; Chauc. Boet. 1124; pr. c. 74; g. 
29. 

d ignite^ Fr. dignite, dignity, a. r. 140; pr. 
c. 3872. 

di^el, A. Sax. dygo], degol, deogol, deagol, 
O.II.Gerni. toiigaler, secret: in one swipe 
di3ele hale o. a. n. 2; di3elen (di3ele) 
bi hajlves La-^. 26936. 
di3ellTche sicretJy, fragm. 8, 3 ; di3ellTche 
k stille Lay 13639. 

di^eliicssc, A. Sax. dy-gelness, secrecy. Lay 
2391; di3helnesse Crm. 6601. 

Ai^tWyO.II.Geim. ioVi^SiWQY foccultus, secretusj? 
di3enlic secret? mid di3enlTche runen Lay 
416. 

di^eii see de3en. 

diliteu^ A. Sax. dihtan, Lat. dictare, dight 
fdeetj, ordain, dispose, prepare, La"^. 3160; 
Kath. 1471; dihtin, ditin ^^dictare, para- 
re', prompt. 123; hi leten hem di3te a 
gret schip Brand. 6; di3t(e) a ba]j Fglam. 
626; dighte Fercev. 662; al pat he dih- 
ted & demed hom. 1, 267 ; dihte fpret.j 
Marh. 2; he dihte feole domes Z^). 7221; 
pe king dihte him for to wende h. T. 
964; di3te Shoreh. 10; and di3te me 
dereli Langl. h 19, 2; di3t fpait.) Will. 
161; dight Chauc. C. t. 14447; pr. c. 
448; a lettre has he dight Degrev. 163; 
idiht Kath. 1607 ; comp. adihten. 

dijtere, A. Sax. dihtere, disposer, ayenh. 100. 



dik 



dig- 



127 



dik see die. 

dikin^ A. Sax. diciaii, O.Fris. dika, ditsa, 

dike, ditch, ^^fossare\ prompt. 121; diken, 

diche Langl b 6, 143 Sf 19, 232; dike 
. Gow. 1, 15; Cham. C. t. a 536; diked 

fpart.J Will, 2233. 
dikerc^ A. Sax. dicere, ditcher; dikeres, di- 

kers fpl.J Langl. prol. 102 (223 J. 
dil =:^ dul? stunt & dil fms. dill) Orm. 

3714; dille Gaw. 1529; a. p. 1, 67V; 

Town. myst. 136; domb and dille llallito. 

diet. 303. 
4lile, A. Sax. dile, 0. II. Germ, tilli, dill, 

^^anethimi', voc. 140; dille prompt. 121. 
dil^ieu; A. Sax. (a)dilgian, O.Fris. (ur)dili- 

gia, O.L.Germ. (far)diligon, 0. II. Germ. 

tiligon, efface, extirpate, extinguish; dil- 

jhen Orm. 4083; comp. a-, fofdil3ien. 
dilleii = dullen? dill, hehetare, hehescere; dil- 
le Ilalliio. diet. 303; Town. myst. 136; 

dillen (pres. suhj.J rel. ant. 1, 217 . 
dim, A. Sax. dimm, O.Fris. dim, O.Icel. 

dimmr, dim, ohscurus, o. a. n. 577; st. 

gen. 286; ayenb. 159; Ma^d. 60; pr. c. 

1166; Percev. 1994; dim and derk c. I. 

71; pe Sonne dim bicom Shoreh. 86; 

dimme (adv.) Gow. 2, 292; ])aii3 i loke 

dimme Langl. 10, 179 (11, 135 J. 

dimlic dimly: heo polden . . . dimliiker 
bemen a. r. 210. 
dinimin, A. Sax. dimmian, O.Icel. dimma, 

dvn, "ohseurare'\ prompt. 121; dimmen 

rel. ant. 1, 65; dimmij) (pres. J p. I. s. 

VI, J; him dimme Jj (pa) ei3en fragm. 5, 
^ 36; dimmede, dimmed (pret.J Langl. 5, 
y 200 (356 J. 

dinimingc dimming. Rich. 6977; bi (])e) 

dimminge of pe day Tor. 514^. 
dimnesse, A. Sax. dimness, dimness, "ohscu- 

ritas\ fragm. 7 , 47 . 
dindelin dindle, Hinnire\ prompt. 121. 
dine see dune. 
dinen, dine, O.Fr. disner, dine, Langl. J, 

58 (75), 



ding, A. Sax. dyncg (?), Swed. dynga? ji- 

miis, p. I. s. I, 7 ; see dung. 
dingen, O.Icel. dengja, M.II.Germ. tengen? 
ding, ferire, Langl. h 6, 143; dinge Alis. 
1732; Percev. 1967; dang (pret.) Eglam. 
550; wip his tail pe erp(e) he dang Iw. 
3167; dong Havel 1147; Rich. 5270; 
dungen (part.) Havel. 227 ; pr. c. 3256; 
dongen Min. 29. 
diiiglc, O.II.Germ. tunculla (gurges)? ding- 
le: deopre j)en eni sea dingle horn. 1, 263. 
dint see dunt. 
dippen see duppen. 
dirk see dearc. 

dis-, des-, O.Fr. dis-, des-, Lat. dis-. 
desarmen disarm, Chauc. Boet. 241. 
dischargen discharge. Hand. 302. 
discoveren discover; diskoverez (pres.) Gate. 

418; diskeveret (part.) Jos. 350. 
discreet discreet, Chauc. C. t. a 518. 
desese disease, Gow. 1, 139. 
difference difference, ayenb. 10. 
defien, O.Fr. desfier, defy; defie 3Ian, 

5975. 
desguisen disguise; desguisede (prd.) Man. 

4744; disguised (part.) Will. 1677, 
disheriten disherit; disherite a. p. 2, 185; 

desherite Havel. 2547. 
delai delay, Rjb. 421, 20; wipoute de- 

laie Lay 17480''. 
delaien delay; delaie Rob. 156, 2, 
diligence diligence, ayenb. 238. 
diligent diligent, ayenb. 32. 
desmaien dismay, Jos. 84; desmaie 30U 

no lenger Will. 3040. 
desparagen disparage; desparaged (part, J 

Will, 485, 
departen, 0,Fr, despartir, Lat dispar- 
tire, depart; departe Will. 2334; de- 
, -gsiitede (pret.) BeL 483; deisirted (pa7't.) 
pr, c. 3710, 

despenden dispend; despendep (pres.) a- 
yenb. 19; despended (part.) Langl. h 
10, 325. 



128 



disch 



(logge 



displesen cUsplease; displesez fpres.J a. p. 

1, 455. 
disport, desport, O.Fr. desport, difport, 

sport, Chauc. C. t. a 775; sport lud. 

Cov. 185. 
disputen dispute; dispute, dispuite c. J. 

1082; dispuite Mire 673; desputede 

fpret.J ayenh. 7.9. 
derai, O.Fr. desroi, deray, ant. Arth. XL, 

6; drai Min. 35. 
dressen, Fr. dresser, ltd. dirizzare, dress; 

dresse Chauc. C. t. a 3468; dressede 

fpret.J d. Arth. 7 86; dressed fp.:rt.J a. 

p. 2, 92. 
disseveren di: sever; dissevere d. Arth. 

1575; deseverd f part. J misc. 31. 
disteinen did.an, stain; disteino Chauc. I. 

g. w. 255; steine Gow. 1, 225; dostei- 

ned fpart.J IIcccL I, 340. 
distreinen distrain; distreine Chauc. C. t. 

a 1816. 
destresse distress, lioh. 143, 7; Man. 3348. 
disturben disturb, a. r. 162; desturbi p. 

I. s. XVII, 360; destorbep fpres.J a- 

yenh. 179. 
divers divers, ayenh. 15. 
devoiden, O.Fr. desvuidier, mahe void; 

devuide a. p. 2, 908; devoided (part.) 

Chauc. r. r. 2929. 
ilisch^ A.t^ax. O.L.Gcrm. disc {discus, tahu- 
la, memo J, O.Icel. diskr f patina J, O.II. 
Germ, tisc fmo7isaJ, Lat. discus, dish, disk, 
desk: ibroken uep oder discli a. r. 344; 
dish Mlcl. 2 Mace. 4; aiie diss vol of 
peseii ayenh. 120; dish ''d sens, sciiteUa\ 
prompt. 122; de&V^plutemn', 120; dische 
fdat J Mand. 52; deske w. a. i. 39; comp. 
bffirdisc. 
discherc, dishere dish- maker, Laigl. 5, 166 

J323J. 
disciple^ Fr. disciple, disciple, p. /. s. XVII, 

390; disciples fpl.J misc. 40. 
discipline^ Fr. discipline, discipline, p. I. s. 
XVII, 114; pr. c. 5556. 



disc, O.II. Germ, dehsa? ''ascia\ reL ant, 

1, 8; see adese. 

dise^ L. Germ, disse fflax prepared for spin- 
ning J? 

distaef, A. Sax. distaef (?), distaff, ''ctluk\ 
fragm. 4, 7; distaf voc. 157 ; C/iauc. C. 
t. a 3774. 

disi see dusi. 

dite, O.Fr. ditte, dicte, ditty, Wicl. deuter. 
31. 

divcu see duven. 

divercii tremlle: j)at ha ne schulden nOpder 
diveren ne dreden Kath. 619; divere 
horn. 1, 283; speoken i ne dar napt ah 
diveri ant darie M rh. 16. 

diviiieii, Fr. deviner, divine; devine a. p. 

2, 1^61. 

diviiiite, Fr. divinite, divinity, p. I. s. XV IJ^ 

237. 
do S3e da. 
dohbcii see diibben. 
duckc, A. Six. doccG, deck, Jap-jthiini, Chauc. 

Trol. 5130. 
doi'keu dock; dokkin ''dictrtare', prompt. 

126; \\u top was docked (dokked) C/iauc. 

C. t. a 59 U. 
doddcii clod: 30 shiilen dodde "attondditis'', 

Wicl. levit. 19; doddej) fpres.J p. s, 192; 

idodded fp-ur/.J a. r. 422. 
doel, O.Fr. d ;el, duel, IM. (orjdolium, 

dole fdjolj, JJand. 202 ; doeJ, deol Langl. 

5, 216 (386); doel, dol, duel, dul, del 

Will. 564, 781, 1510, 1909 Sr 2757; 

doel, duil, deol, deil IVic/. 2 kings 14; 

duel spec. 34; deol Iloim ed. Liim. 1048; 

Iloh. 166, 9; dool Degrev. 1736. 

deolful doleful, La\ 690V'; dulful, del- 
ful Gaw. 560 Sf 1517. 
dogcrcl doggerel: rim dogerel Chauc. C. t. 

h 2115'. ' 
doggc, O.Dutch dos'ge, dog, "canis^\ prompt. 

125; a. r. 2 9 oT Iloh. '69, 4; Will. 46; 

Mand. 66; Chattc. C. t. 8888; doggen 

fpl.J p. s. 239. 



d63 



donken 



129 



ddj Bee da3. 

dohtcr^ A. Sax. dolitor, 0. L. Germ, dohtar, 
doll tor, dohter, O.Fris. dochter, O.Icel. 
dottir, Goth, dauhtar, O.K. Germ, tohter, 
Gr. ^oyaxTjp, daughter ^ JiUa, La"). 211; 
fms. dohhterr) Orm. 128; dorter ayenh. 
26; doghter pr. c. 2130; doghtir Eglam. 
58; doubter a. r. 54; douliter, douther 
JIavel 120 Sf 2867; doubter, doujter c. 
I. 301 Sf 347; doubter Bek. 22; dowter 
it. gen. 1847; doster, douter, doughter 
proinpt. 12^; doster Horn ed. Lum. 249; 
dostir f? printed doftir) li h. disc. 689; 
doubter (gen.) Will. 3152; dobter, docb- 
ter, docter fdat.J Lay 3368, 3373 ^ 
3433; dobtren (dobtres) fpl.) Lay 2924; 
doubtren, doujtren c. I. 289; debtren 
horn. 1, 247; h. m. 19; chron. Engl. 
545; dejter a. p. 2, 270; dobtres Orm. 
6383; doubtres Havel. 350; comp. steop- 
dobter. 

dohti see dubti3. 

dok dock, Gaw. 193. 

doke see dtike. 

doket docket. Town. myst. 313. 

dole see dale. 

dole see dale. 

dolken! com^. . fordolken. 

dom^ A. Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. dom, 0. 
Icel. domr, Goth, doms, O.R.Germ. tuom, 
doom, judicium, Orm. 1472; c. I. 491; 
Havel. 2487; Wicl. genes. 18; pe dom 
. . . ne lest be uapibt longe horn. 1, 169; 
pen dom Roh. 337, 7; pane laste dom 
ayenl. 74; domes fgen.j o. a. n. 1695; 
d6mes mon a. r. 156; domes dai r. s. 
LV, 1; pe dai of dome pr. c. 1859; 
domes fpl. J Lay - 7221; comp. alder-, 
cristen-, freo-, bsepen-, ball-, kine-, king-, 
martir-, rlcbe-, peow-, wisdom; deriv. 
demen. 
domstol a. r. 306, 

doBib see dumb. 

don see dun. 



don, A. Sax. dOn, 0. L. Germ, ddn, doan, 
duan, duon, O.Fris. dua, O.R.Germ. tuon, 
do, facer e, Kath. 784; a. r. 16; Mand. 
3; don sunne misc. 72; to depe don chron. 
Engl. 908; don on do on, don, induere. 
Lay 1701; to donne Kath. 2201; a. r. 
6; to done Bek. 248; to donde (for don- 
ne) misc. 193 ; do pr. c. 4290; ber eran- 
de for to do Bek. 1234; sbal dO pe no3t 
drede Langl. 20, 153; dof (= do of) dof, 
exuere. Will. 2343; do fpres.J a. r. 200; 
dest Jfath. 754; a. r. 124; spec. 104; 
Shoreh. 96; dest, dOst o. a. n. 49, 237 
Sf321; dost Orm. 5258; ded a. r. 174; 
dep Roh. 321, 11; ayenh. 15; ded (dop) 
Lay 674; dep, dop o. a. n. 156 ^' 564; 
be dep (dop) me gret wo c. I. 899; dop 
Orm. 1042; 'T^Q dod Lay 1434; beo dod 
a. r. 328; gret barm beo me dop c. I. 
896; do me love pe so spec. 71; do a 
wei pi maumetes Jos. 102; do me siker- 
nesse per to 623; qvotb Ubbe dOtb bim 
swipe fete Havel. 2037; dude fpret.J Lay 
431; a. r. 102; o. a. n. 1637; Bek. 
1050; dude beom to understonde misc. 
86; dude, dide Kath. 1552; dide, dede 
Chauc. C. t. a 2262; dede Isumh. 67; 
dede mankinde bote st. gen. 24; alle pe 
Englis dede be swere Havel. 254; gode 
paniers dede be make 760; be . . . dede 
bim on gate Will. 1119; dudest a. r. 
306; deodest (dudest) Lay 2294; duden 
a. r. 330; diden Orm. 429; pei diden 
dedli sinne Langl. h 14, 78; dOn f part. J 
Orm. 237; k. T. 813; be ben don ut of 
paradis st. gen. 381; don, doon Chaiw. 
C. t. a 2092; comp. for-, idon; deriv. dsfede. 

douge see dunge. 

dongeon, donjoun, O.Fr. dongCn, donjon, 
dungeon, CliauC. C. t. a 1057 ; dongeOn, 
dungun Langl. prol. 15; dongoun a. p. 
2, 1224. 

donken donk, madcre; donkep fpres.J spec. 
44; donkande (part. J Gaw. 519. 

17 



130 



doppe 



draf 



doppe^ A. Sax. (dufe)doppa? 7nergns? Alts. 
5116; comp. devedoppe. 

doppar fdive-Jdopper, ^^mergidus\ prompt. 127 . 

dore see dure. 

Borkcester^ A. Sax. Dorca ceaster, Dorche- 
ster, p. I. s. XIII, 36; Dorcliestre Roh. 
2, 24. 

doruen! per husbondes pei wil so dome s. 
a. c. ed. Wr. LVII, 33. 

dorre, A. Sax. dora(?), dor, scarabaeus; dor- 
ren fpl.J Arth. a. Merl. 6428. 

Dorsete, A. Sax. Dorsaete, Dorset, La\ 21014; 
0. a. n. 1753. 

dose see dusc. 

dosil, Fr. dosil, dusil, faucet; dosils fpl.J 
Roh. 542, 5. 

dotage dotage, a. p. 2, 1425. 

dotard dotard, Chauc. C. t. 5913. 

dote fool, rel ant. 1, 184; Trist. 2, 72; 
Beves 217. 

dotieii^ 0. Dutch doten, 0. Fr. (re)doter, 
dote; dotie La\ 3204; doton ^'-delirare, de- 
sipere\ prompt. 128; dote Chauc. C. t. 
12911; lud. Cov. 98; avow. Arth. XVI, 
11; dotest (pres.) Langl. a 1, 129; do- 
tes Kath. 2111; he dotes pr. c. 785; 
dotie fsuhjj a. r. 224; comp. adotien. 

doteren dodder, totter? pe due dotered to 
pe ground Degrev. 1109. 

doude dowdy, Man. 11255; if slie be ne- 
ver so foule a doude Town. myst. 312. 

dou^ter^ doubter see dohter. 

dou^ti^ douhti see dubti^. 

doukeii see duken. 

doun see dun. 

douneii^ O.Icel. deyna? odm-ari: spet to 
dopnen Orm. 6745. 

doupar ^^mergus\ prompt. 129. 

douren^ L. Germ, duren, M. II. Germ, ttiren, 
grieve? doured fpret.J a. p. 3, 372. 

douse^ O.Dutch duise fconcuhinaj? yit is 
she a foule douse Toivn. myst. 104. 

doust see dust. 

douTe see duve. ' 



Dovere Dover, Lay 7415; Havel. 139; Man. 

4335. 
doweii see du3en. 

dozeiiie^ Fr. douzaine, dozen, Langl. b 4, 37. 
drableii see dravelen. 
dr'Mf A. Sax. dreed (?), dread, pavor; dred 

(drede) La}. 1682; dred, drede a. r. 6 

Sf 364; he hadde of water dred st. gen. 

660; drede misc. 193; Havel. 828; Rob. 

337, 4; ayenh. 32; Langl. b 16, 85; 

Chauc. C. t. b 680; Rich. 5515; pr. c. 

5263; hpone hit is aire most on drede 

0. a. n. 684; drade Alis. 5740. 

dredful dreadful, a. r. 302; c. I. 454; 
h. h. 202. 

dredles dreadless, Gaw. 2334 ; pi. cr. 524. 

dredlich terrible, a. r. 58; dredliche fadv.J 
horn. 1, 143. 
dr^deii^ A. Sax. (on)drMan pret. dred, 0. 

L.Germ. (and)dradan pret. dred, O.II. 

Germ, (in)traten pret. triat, triet, dread^ 

pavere, timere, Orm. 5907; dreden Lay 

31164; a. r. 136; drede Gow. 1, 344; 

Langl. b 20, 153; 1c. T. 429; dredest 

(pres.) Jul. 24; dredep p. 47, 10; (hi) 

dredep aijenb. 74; ne drede 3e op napiht 

Kath. 1403; dredde (pret.) Orm. 19965; 

st. gen. 767; Shoreh. 49; dradde Beh. 

127 ; Gow. 1, 341 ; comp. a-, for-, of- 

drseden. 
drseduug dreading, Orm. 5602, 
drsefeii^ A. Sax. drsefan, O.Icel. dreifa, Goth. 

draibjan, O.H.Germ. treiben, from drifen, 

dreve, pellere; dreved (pret.) a. p. 1, 979; 

comp. a-, todreefen. 
dr%m see dream. 
draf, 0. Dutch draf, 0. II. Germ, trab (?) pi. 

treber, draff, recrementum, ^^segisterium\ 

voc. 233; prompt. 129; Lay 29256; Langl. 

10, 11 (11, 11); Chauc. C. t. 17346; 

pet draf aye^ib. 93; drof st. gen. 3582. 
draf, A. Sax. draf, M. II. Germ, treip, from 

drifen, drove: it hiled al dis werldes 

drof st. gen. 102; wip duntes drof him 



draggin 



dream 



131 



al todraf /. h. r. 141; wij) (h)is drove 
of bestis Will 181. 

dragging Swed. dragga, drag, trahere, prompt. 
130. 

dragouii; Fr. dragon, dragon, Marg, 168; 
dragun st. gen. 2924. 

dra^e! 

drawbrugge drawhridge, Alis. 1206; drawe- 
brigge d. Arth. 2474. 

dra^eii^ A. Sax. dragan, 0. L. Germ. Goth. 
dragan, 0. Icel. draga, 0. Fris. draga, 
I; drega, 0. II. Germ, tragan, draio (drey), 
trahere, ferre, La"^. 10630; dra3hen Orm. 
11646; dragen st. gen. 2378; drahen, 
draien, drelien, dreien Kath. 33, 1193 
' Sf 2237 ; dreaien, dreien, drahen hom. 1, 
257; draje ayenl. 12; draye Town. myst. 
106; drahe, drawe o. a. n. 1376; dra- 
■pen a. r. 160; drawe treat. 136; p. s. 
163; Chauc. C. t. a 1416; Wwl. John 
4; qveper 1 wit riht and lawe mai him 
wit me til helle drawe m. h. 66; droh 
fpret.J Lay 93; Marh. 2; Orm. 769; 
purpre and pal he droh rel. ant. 1, 119; 
dro3 Gaw. 1188; oper folk pider dro3 
Rol. 41, 2; drog st. gen. 1746; drogh 
pr. c. 2249; Isuml. 364; Amad. ed. 
Robs. XXVI, 2; drogh, drou^, drow 
Langl. b 14, 106; drOuh a. r. 102; he 
drouli hine a bak misc. 43; dr6u3 . . . 
his swerd Marg. 309; drou5, drow JFill. 
1068 Sf 2208; drou Havel. 719; drow 
Eglam. 316; hu pu dead drohe Kath. 
2467; drojen Lay 818; Gaw. 1463; 
drohen Kath. 2166; dropen a. r. 110; 
drOwen Langl. h 11, 330; pe ministres pat 
drOwen pe water Wicl. John 2; dra3hen 
fpart.J Orm. 7413; drain Trtst. 1, 66; 
drauhen Man. 183, 3; drawen Havel. 
1926; Mand. 40; parfor pis buk es on 
Ingles drawen pr. c. 336; comp. a-, i-, 
to-, up-, Ht-, widdra3en. 
dra^|>e tractatus? ayenb. 261. 
draht^ O.Icel. drattr, from dra3en, draught, 



tractiis, habitus, haustus, p. s. 163; dragt 

st. gen. 3746; drau3t p. 29, 3; a draught 

(drauht, drau3t) of win Cham. C. t. a 

396; a pan forme drahte swid(e) monie 

he ilahte Lay 29269; drau3tes as me 

drawep in poudre p. I. s. XVII, 226; 

drawe draghtes and (here) berpenes Hal- 

liw. diet. 316. 

drauhtbrigge Man. 183^ 2. 
drai see derai, under dis-. 
drakCj A.Sax. draca, Lat. draco, dragon, a. 

r. 246; Orm. 1843; st. gen. 283; k. 

T. 408; m. Arth. 2607; draken (pi.) 

Lay 16936; see dragoun. 
drake^ L. Germ, drake Schamb. wb., cmp. 

O.Icel. andriki, O.H.Germ. antrache, dra- 
he, Havel. 1241; Chauc. C. t. a 3676; 

drakes (pi.) spec. 44. 
drane^ A.Sax. dran, draen (?), O.L.Germ. 

dran pi. drani, drone, "fucus\ prompt. 
- 130; voc. 177; Lidg. m. p. 164; dranes 

(pi.) pi. er. 726. 
drast^ dreste, A. Sax. daerst, dreste, 0. II. 

Germ, trast (?) pi. trestir, "faex\ Wiel. 

ps. 74; drastis darsts, "faeces', voc. 178; 

drestis prompt. 131; dersteu "amurca\ 

fragm. 4, 27 . 
drasti faeculentus: pi drasti (darsti) speche 

Chau^. C. t. b 2113; dresti prompt. 131. 
drau^t^ drauht see draht. 
draukj O.Dutch dravick, drawh, "zi%anium\ 

voc. 266; prompt. 130; rel. ant. 2, 80; 

drauc (printed dranc) m. h. 162. 
draveleu^ L.Germ. drabeln Brem. wb., cmp. 

M.H.Germ. (be)treben, drabble, drivel, sa- 

livare, delirare: pei don but dravele (dri- 

vele) peron Langl. 10, 11 (11, 11); 
" drinken and dravelen (drevelen, drivelen) 

h 10, 41 (6683); drabelin prompt. 129; 

draveled (pret.) Gaw. 1760; draveled 

(part.) p. 66, 6. 
drawen see drawen. 
drcani^ A.Sax. dream (sonus, cantus, gau- 

dium), O.L.Germ. drom (somnium, convi^ 



132 



drecche 



drencnen 



viumj, O.Fris. dram, O.Icel. draumr, 0. 
II. Germ, traum, troum fsomniumj, dream, 
ton^s, cantus, Kath. 1498; a. r. 210; 
pu iherdest pene dream fragm. 7, 41; 
engleue dream h. m. 19; dream, dr^em, 
drem La^. 1010, 14286 Sf 24664; drgem 
Orm. 923; drem Beves 1339; AUs. ed. 
Sk. 781; bet puhte pe drem pat he pe- 
re of harpe and pipe o. a. n. 21; dreem 
spec. 57 ; drem somnimn, st. gen. 2095; 
Havel 1284; Gow. 1, 24; pr. c. 8076; 
mid te dredful dreame of pe englene be- 
men a. r. 214; mid fulle dreme o. a. 
n. 314; comp. belle-, gleo-, mandream. 

drecche trouble? Ilalliw. did. 317 ; drechcb(e) 
Gaw. 1972. 

dreccheu^ A. Sax. dreccan, cmp. M. II. Germ. 
trecken (trahere), torment, trouble, tarry, 
st. gen. 1420; dreccbe Gow. 2, 5; Chauc. 
Troil. 2356; p. r. I. p. 85; ac Sathanas 
pe frecche pe saule wule dreccbe inisc. 
75; dreccbep fpres.J spec. 113; pi. cr. 
504; wiles be drecched dore rel. ant. 1, 
211; ba dreccbed hom. 1, 251; drecche 
fsubj.J r. 8. II, 47; if it so betide pis 
night pat pe in slepe drecbe ani wight 
Iw. 480; drecchand (part. J ps. 108, 10; 
draihte fpret.J AUs. ed. Sk. 752; coinp. 
idrecchen. 

dred see dreed. 

drefen^ A. Sax. drefan, from drof, trouble, 
disturb: ic and ^ve snlen alle (h)is blis- 
se dreve st. gen. 318; dreved fpres.J rel. 
ant. 1, 220; drefed fpart.J Orm. 147; 
comp. for-, idrefen. 

dreg, O.Icel. dregg /., dreg, faex, ps. 39, 
3; dregges (pi.) voc. 198; dregges and 
draf Langl. b 19, 397; dreggis prompt. 
131. 

dreggi dreggy, "faeculentus" , prompt. 131. 

drej, dri^, 0. Icel. driugr, from dreo3en, 
dreigh (dree, dry), magnus, longus, patiens, 
Gaw. 724 Sf 1750; drib hom. 2, 49; bl 
': river brOde and dreghe Ilalliw. diet. 



317; on dreghe at a distance, d. Arth. 
786; drogh him o dreghe ant. Arth. 
XLIV, 3; a dre3 a. p. 2, 71; a dreigh 
(drey) Man. 1042 Sf 6048; on dri3e 
Gaw. 1031; a drigh Gow. 2, 46; derfe 
dintes and dreje Alex. 2091; pe sinnez 
drije a. p. 1, 822; -pon lovest Tristrem 
dreighe Trist. 3, 67 ; comp. undre3. 
dre3li d^eely, Gaw. 1026; dre3li, dri3li 
a. p. 2, 74 Sf 476; dreli Town. myst. 
90. 

dreje iee dru3e. 

drejen see dreo3en. 

dreheii^ dreien see dra3en. 

drem see dream. 

dremare^ A. Sax. dremere (musicus), dreamer, 
^'■somniator\ prompt. 131. 

dremels somnium, Langl. a 8, 138, b 7 , 
154. 

dremen^ A. Sax. drSman, drj'-man (jubilare), 
O.Iccl. dreyma, O.H.Germ. troumen (som- 
niare), from dream, dream, sonare, canta- 
re, jubilare: beo gunnen dremen Za^. 
13586; harpen gunnen dremen 22885; 
dremen somniare, st. gen. 2067; dreme 
(pres.) Gow. 1, 281; pet oper beoden 
. . . dreamen pel ine dribtenes earen a. 
r. 430; a selkup drem dremde (ms. 
dremede) me nou Havel. 1284; him 
drempte st. gen. 1941; peines per drem- 
den La'i,. 11575. 

dreuch^ A. Sax. drenc, O.L.Germ. dranc, 
Goth, dragk, 0. H. Germ, tranch, from 
drinken, drench, potio, potus, La^. 16084; 
r. 8. I, 18; drench, drenche Hob. 68, 16 
Sf 69, 1; drenche Horn 1164; drenche 
(dat.) misc. 82; drenches (gen.) Lay 
19755. 

drenchen^ A. Sax. drencan pret. drencte, 0. 
Fris. drenka, 0. Icel. drekkja, O.H.Germ. 
trenchen, Goth, dragkjan, drench, aqua 
mergere. Lay 1507; Havel. 583; 1 schal 
drenchen in pe depe Chaw. C. t. b 455; 
drenche Langl. b 12, 169; Gow. 3, 295; 



) 



dreng 

heo let . . . drenche hope tw6 Eob. 27, 
6; i shal drenche mln arewis in blood 

^Hnelriaho sagittas meas sanguine\ Wicl. 

deuter. 32; drengte fpret.J Za-^. 12111; 

dreinte p. a. 217; Man. 2008; dreint 

(part.) Gow. ii, 10; idreint Cliauc. C. t. 

a 3620; comp. a-, fordrenchen. 
dreug^ A. Sax. dreng, O.Icel. drengr, man, 

soldier, Havel. 31; dring Lay 12713; 

comp. heredring. 
dreo^en^ A. Sax. dreogan fagere, perjicere, 

patij, O.L.Germ. (bi)driogan fdeciperej, 

O.Icel. driuga fexercere, patrarej, Goth. 

driugan (oxpaTSusa&at), O.H.Germ. triu- 

gan ffallere, deciperej, dree, perjicere, suf- 

ferre, p. I. s. VIII, 145; dre3hen Orm. 

1505; drehen Kath. 626; pine tO polie 

ant dre3e spec. 62; pat pou no mist pis 

fore ward holde ne dreje 105; drey(e)w. 

h. 59; dree Isumb. 379; driven (dre3en) 

Za^. 370; drighe, dreghe pr. c. 20 M Sf 

2235; dri3e Gaw. 560; a. p. 2, 372; 

drlen a. r. 80; driQ Marg. 34; Will. 

459; Chauc. r. r. 7484; h T. 235; lie 

smot as faste as he might drie Halliw. 

diet. 318; penance for to drie p. 27, 2; 

drie fpres.J Rick. thes. 1, 228; Degrev. 

560; drihd a. r. 356; dreg fpret.J st. 

gen. 429; dre3 f? printed dregh) s. s. ed. 

Wei. 2660; dreih a. r. 136; drei3h, 

drey Will. 2796 Sf 2864; druhen Kath. 

628; comp. a-, idreo3en; deriv. drihte. 
dreopeu^ A. Sax. dreopan, O.L.Germ. drio- 

pan, O.Fris. driapa, O.Icel. driupa, 0. 

H.Germ. triufan, dreep, destillare, decider e; 

drepe lud. Gov. 170; dreep ith Lidg. m. 

p. 161; deriv. drope, drippe. 
dreori^^ A. Sax. dreorig, 0. H.Germ. trtire- 

ger, from dreosen, dreary, Orm. 4838; 

dreori "moestus", fragm. 4, 25; ich am 

dreori Marh. 15; dreori fustes a. r. 106; 

of dreori mod(e) spec. 70; dreeri Chauc. 

a t. 8390; dreri pr. c. 791; Isumh. 125; 

avow. Arth. LXVI, 7; dreri, druri Wtcl. 



drifen 



133 



2 Esdr. 2; heo weoren ... an heorte 
druri (dreri) Lay 14547; druri Em. 808; 
a. p. 1, 323. 

drerillche drearily, Kath. 1898. 
dreri3mod tristis animo, Orm. 6541. 

dreorincsse^ A. Sax. dreorigness, dreariness; 
drerinesse Hristitia\ Wicl. eccles. 4. 

dreosen^ A. Sax. dreosan, 0. L. Germ, drio- 
san, Goth, driusan, cadere; comp. todreo- 
sen; deriv. dreori3. • 

drepe see drippe. 

drepeii^ A. Sax. drepan, O.Icel. drepa, 0. 
H.Germ. trefan, hit, slay, kill, hom. 1, 
283; Havel. 1865; dreped fpres.J rel. 
ant. 1, 221; drepez a. p. 2, 246; drap 
fpret.J Mapes 343; drop Havel. 2229; 
drape ps. 93, 6; dropen fpart.J st. gen. 
2648. 

dr^peu see dreopen. 

dreri see dreori3. 

dresseii see under dis-. 

dreste see drast. 

dreveii see dreefen a7id drefen. 

dri, A. Sax. dr^, "magus', fragm. 2, 50. 
dri3craft magical art, Orm. 16053. 
dri3man magician, Orm. 16051. 

drien see dreo3en and dru3en. 

drifen^ A. Sax. drifan, O.Icel. drifa, O.Fris. 
driva, Goth, dreiban, 0. H.Germ. triban, 
drive, agere, pelhre, Orm. 16982; driven 
Lay 946; Chauc. Troil. 7549; drife m. 
h. 31; drive Bek. 197; drivest fpres.J 
a. r. 230; pat te deovel . . . drived op 
to donne Jul. 26; drifp ayenb. 75; hi 
drivep ihid.; heo pe drivep heonne o. a. 
n. 66; drlf fimper.J a. r. 274; drivende 
fpart.J 244; draf fpret.J Marh. 8, 14; 
Orm. 8260; draf, drsef, drof Lay 309, 
7843 Sf 9367; drof Bek. 675; Mand. 
86; Chauc. a t. 7122; a. p. 1, 1152; 
(H)avelok it saw and pider drof HaveL 
1793; dref Man. 1590; pou drive Horn, 
ed. Bits. 1279; driven Alis. 5731; drive 
Bol. 21, 12; dreven Wicl. 2 kings 6; 



134 



drifte 



drogge 



dreve Rich. 5092; drifen f part. J Orm. 

8239, driven Mand. 67; idriven Lay 

6213; drive Will 979; dreven Wicl 

exod. 8; I. h. r. 68; comp. bi-, for-, to-, 

purhdrifen, titdrifen; deriv. draf, driffce. 
drifte, O.Dutch drifte, O.Icel dript, M.IL 

Germ, trift, from drifeu, drift, actus, voc. 

279; prompt. 132; drift Alis. ed. Sh. 

897.. 
Ilrij see dre^. 
dri^e see dru3e. 

driven see dreo3en mid dru3en. 
drihte, A. Sax. ^d^ht, drilit, O.Fris. dreclit, 

O.L.Germ. druht, O.Icel. drott, Goth. 

drauhts, from dreo3en, retinue, host, Lay 

92. 

drihtfare Kath. 1862. 

drihtfolc Lay 111. 

drihtlic, A. Sax. dryhtlic, nolle: pis driht- 
liche lond Lay 3784; drihtlTche men 
1623. 

drihtmon Lay 14715. 
drihten, A. Sax. dryliten, drihten, O.L.Germ. 

drohtin, O.Fris. drochten, O.Icel. drot- 

tin, O.H.Germ. truhtin, dominus; drihten 

(dristen) Lay 4; drihten, dristen rel. 

ant. 1, 171 (Sal. a. Sat. 227 J; drihtin 

Kath. 1095; Orm. 2; dri3ten rel. ant. 

1, 186; dri3tin Gaw. 996; drihte, dritte, 

drithte p. I. s. VIII, 40, 55 Sf 60; 

drihte m. h. 1 ; dri3te Shoreh. 61 ; Langl. 

h 13, 269; f? printed drighte) Alis. 6402; 

Mapes 348; drihtenes fgen.J a. r. 430. 
drihtnesse lordship, hom. 1, 101; Kath. 

1123. 
drillen, 0. Dutch drillen, drill? comp. a- 

drillen. 
driiiC; A. Sax. drinc, drink, potus, m. h. 

24; pene drinc Lay 1303; drinc, drinch 

Orm. 165 Sf 15388; drinch ho7n. 1, 283; 

drink Mand. 248; p. 42, 4; Degrev. 

1739; drinke fdat.J Brand. 11; drinches 

(dringes) fpl.) Lay 3558; drinkes Ha- 

'vel. 1738; comp. overdrinc. 



driiig see dreng. 
drink see drinc. 

drinken, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. drincan, Goth. 
drigkan, 0. Fris. drinka, 0. Icel. drekka, 

0. II. Germ, trinchan, drink, lihere, Lay 
5804; a. r. 238; Orm. 165; dranc fpret.J 
st. gen. 1660; drank liich. 3090; Cham. 
C. t. h 743; Lidg. m. p. 91; drone a. 
T. 210; dronk (drong) Lay 6928; drun- 
ken Gmo. 3, 21; dronken Will. 1906; 
Chauc. C. t. a 822; dronken, dronke 
Langl. h 14, 64; dronken f part. J Chauc. 
C. t. a 135; comp. a-„ idrinken; deriv. 
drinc, drench, drunc, drunken. 

driiikere, A.Sax. drincere, O.H.Germ. trin- 

chare, drinker, treat. 138; ayenb. 52; 

Man. 3986; drinkares fpl.J a. r. 216. 
drinklin, drinkelin '■'■mergere', prompt. 132; 

de de childre so drinkelen bead st. gen. 

27,68; drenkled fpart.J Man. 997. 
drippe, drepe, A.Sax. drypa (?), O.Dutch 

druppe, O.H.Germ. trupha, from dreopen, 

drip, ^^gutta, stilla\ prompt. 132. 
drippin, 0. Dutch druppen, M. H. Germ'. 

triipfen, drip, ^^stillare\ prompt. 132; 

drepep (pres.j misc. 151. 
drit, O.Dutch O.Icel. drit, dirt, ^^stercus\ 

prompt. 132; Alis. 4718; p. s. 240; p. 

1. s. I, 7. 
dritcherl Havel. 682. 

driten, A.Sax. (ge)drltan, 0. Dutch drlten, 

O.Icel. drita, '■^cacare\ prompt. 132. 
drivel, 0. Dutch drevel, drivel (drihhle), ser- 

vus, h. m. 29; drivil prompt. 132; dri- 

veles fpl.J Kath. 2154. 
drivelen see dravelen. 
driven see drifen. 
drof, A.Sax. drof (?), O.Dutch droeve, 0. 

H.Germ. truober, troubled, sad: drof he 

wes on mode Lay 1040. 

droflic Lay 1026. 
drof see draf. 
drogge, Fr. drogue, d/rug; drogges, drugges 

(pi.) Chauc. C. t. a 426. 



dronen 



druncnien 



135 



droneu^ 0. Duteh dvonen, drone: he drouned 
as a dragon Alis. ed. SL 985. 

dronken see drunken. 

drope^ A. Sax. dropa, 0. Icel. dropi, 0. L. 
Germ, dropo, O.ll.Germ. tropho, tropfo, 
from dreopen, dro^, "gutta, dilld\ fragm. 

3, 52; Mand. 61; Chauc. C. t. a 131; 
Hoed. /, 416; pr. c. 3066; aenne drope 
blod La^. 7660; pane drope ayenh. 92; 
dropen fpl.J a. r. 220; treat. 136. 
dropemele ly dro'ps, a. r. 282. 

dropien^ droppen, A.Sax. dropian, O.Dutch 
droppen, drop f drope J, stillare; droppep 
(pres.) Mand. 60; droppe fsubj.J Mire 
1938; dxQ^^Qd fpret.J Chauc. C. t. 12608; 
as pei dropped a doun Langl. h 16, 79. 

dros, A.Sax. dros (?), L.Germ. dros, O.JI. 
Germ, gitros, froyn dreosen ? dross, scoria, 
a. r. 284; pr. c. 3339; I. h. r. 147. 

drosue^ A.Sax. drosn, O.K. Germ, trosena, 
truosana, Goth, drauhsna? ^^fex\ fragm. 

4, 22. 

droteii^ O.Icel. dratta? drate, drawl, prompt. 
133. 

droukneii^ O.Icel. drukna, droulc, merger e? 
in a droukning dred /. h. r. 141; see 
druncnien. 

droukeniiig immersio, inehriatio? Mapes 334. 

drouuen see druncnien. 

droupen see drupen. 

drovi drovy, turhidus, rel. ant. 1, 220; Chauc. 
C. t. ed. Tyrwh. p. 166; a. p. 2, 1016. 

drovieii; 0. Butch droeven, Goth, drobjan, 
O.H.Germ. truoben, from drof, trouble, 
disturb; droves (pres.) pr. c. 1319; dro- 
ved Hurhata\ ps. 6, 4; see dreven. 

drubleii =^ trublen? drublin ^^turbare\ prompt. 
133. 

drubli^ drobli Hurbidus\ prompt. 132. 

druerie^ O.Fr. druerie, affection, love, Fl. 
a. Bl. 382; drtlrie hom. 1, 271; Langl. 
1, 86 (87). 

druggeu drudge: drugge and drawe Chauc. 
a t. a 1416. 



dru^e^ A. Sax. dr^ge, L. Germ, driige, dry, 
siccus, chron. Engl. 346; mid druje fotan 
hom. 1, 87; druye Rob. 631, 21; druie 
a. r. 276; druije I. h. r. 142; drue p. 
s. 193; drii3e, dri3e a. p. 2, 386 8f 412; 
drije (ms. dri33e) Orm. 9883 : com ofer 
dri3e fot (dry foot) 10338; drii3e trans- 
act. 18, 23; drige, drie st. gen. 616 ^ 
3910; drle rel. ant. 1, 226; treat. 136; 
Gow. 2, 266; dre3e Shoreh. 146; dreye 
Chauc. C. t. 8776; dreie hom. 1, 227. 

dru^eu^ dru3ien, A.Sax. dr^gan, drugian 
(drupian), L.Germ. drugen, dry (drow); 
driin ^^siccare\ prompt. 132; dreye lud. 

• Cov. 230; whan pou driest (drui3est) 
Langl. 1, 26; driep Chauc. C. t. a 1496; 
driede (pret.) Mand. 68; dri3ed (ms. 
dri33edd) (part.) Orm. 8626; dried ps. 
21, 16; comp. a-, fordru3en, -dru3ien 
(drupien). 

druh|)e^ A.Sax. drugad, L.Germ. drugde, 
drouth (drought), siccitas, (ms. druhhpe) 
Orm. 8626; dru3pe ayenb. 68; drtigte 
st. gen. 2348; drouhpe, droghte . Z«w^/. 
6, 290 (7, 276); droughte, droghte thaue. 
C. t. a 2. 

druiic^ drunch, A.Sax. drunc, drync, O.R. 
Germ, trunch, O.Icel. drykkr, from drin^ 
ken, potus, a. r. 14 Sf 114; drunch 
Marh. 8, 31; on drunke & on ete p. I. 
s. VIII, 130; mid unmete drunche hom. 
1, 103. 
druncpil eupidus potus, a. r. 216'^. 

druncnien^ A. Sax. (on)druncnian, drown, 
mergere: i shal drunkne ^Hnebriabo\ Wdcl. 
Is. 16; drunkenes, dronkenes (pres.) m. 
h. 138; ha druncned perin Marh. 16; 
druncnen Orm. 16398; druncnie (suhj.) 
a. r. 68; drunknede Wicl. Is. 63; pe 
spin urnen . . . into pe sse & druncnede 
hem selven hom. 2, 39; dronkened ps, 
64, 10; drouned a. p. 2, 372; drouned 
(part.) Mand. 67; Lidg. m. p. 149; comp. 
ofdruncnien. 



136 



drunken 



du3e(3e 



drunken^ A.Sax. drunken, O.II.Germ. trun- 
chaner, from drinken, drunken (drunk), 
ehrius, st. gen. 81 1 1 pa heo weore swa 
drunken La-^, 13466; dronken 3fand, 
260; dronke ayenh. 76; comp. for-, win- 
drunken, 
drunkenhede ehrietas, Wicl. Is. 6; dron- 

kenhede Gow. 3, 20. 
dronkelec ebrietas, Mire 31. 
drunkeshepe ^^ehrietas', prompt. 134 ; dron- 
keshipe Gow. 3, 20. 

drunken^ A.Sax. druncen, Goth, drugkanei, 

O.Ieel. drykkni, 0. H. Germ, trunchani, 

ehrietas, horn. 1, 176; the millere pat 

for drunken (dronken) was al pale Chauc. 

a t. a 3120; drunke p. I s. Vlll, 128. 

drunkenlewe ehriosus, Wzd. Mat. 24; drun- 

kelewe, dronkelewe Gow. 3, 6 (Halliw. 

diet. 310); dronkelewe Langl. h 8, 83; 

Chauc. C. t. 7626; drunkelew ^^ehriosus\ 

prompt. 133; drunklew Lidg. m. p. 68. 

druiikeiinesse^ A.Sax. druncenness, drunken- 
ness, Orm. 166; dronkenesse Chauc. C. t. 
13064. 

druukicii mergere; drunkede fpret.) Wicl. 
eccJes. 30; dronked fpart.) Will. 3616; 
comp. ofdrunkien. 

drup dejected, sad; drilpest fsuperl.) Marh. 
16, 34; drup est aire monne Kath. 2060. 

driipen^ O.Icei. drfipa, droo'p (droup), de- 
mitti, decumhere ; droupin Hatitare\ prompt. 
133; droupe & dare transact. 18, 26; m. 
Arth. 2676; droupe (pres.) Min. 2; 
Town. myst. 223; droupus ant. Arth. V, 
2; his arwes drouped nought wip fepe- 
res lowe Chauc. C. t. a 107. 

drupi dejected, sad, horn. 1, 206; Halliw. 
diet. 321 ; & maked drupie chere a. r. 88. 

droupiii^c drooping, ^^latitatio\ prompt. 113; 
drouping- Gaiv. 1760. 

drupnin^ O.Icel. drupna, droupen, demissum 
esse, horn. 1, 260; i droupne ant dare 
spec. 64. 

drou piling dejection, Mapes 340. 



druri see dreorij. 

drud', O.Fr. drud, O.II.Germ. trut, dilectus, 
horn. 1, 260. 

driiwieu see drujien. 

dubbcii^ A.Sax. dubbian Sax. chron. 219, 
O.Icel . dubba Fritzners ordh., dub, orna- 
re: to cnihte hine dubben (dobben) La\ 
22407; dubbe him knight Isumh. 484; 
peo knightis heore bodi dubbep ' Alis. 
4311; dubbede fpret.) Havel 2314; dub- 
bed (part.) Gaw. 76; I. h. r. 127 ; dub- 
bed and dight pr. c. 8700; dubbed wip 
precious stones Mand. 241. 

duble^ Fr. douole, double, daplus; doble 
Bek. 417. 

dubien^ Fr. doubler, double, duplare; dubli 
Brand. 28. 

doblcr^ O.Fr. doublier, doubler, large dish, 
a. p. 2, 1146; dubleres fpl.) 1279. 

due, Fr. due, duke. Lay 86; a. r. 300; 
duk, duik Wicl. Mat. 2. 

duche, Fr. duche, duchy, Man. 3160. 

duchcsse, Fr. duchesse, duchess, Chauc. C. 
t. a 023. 

dudde dud, ^^birrus', prompt. 134. 

duel see doel. 

duer see deor. 

duggcn cut? dug Town. myst. 313. 

du^cn, A.Sax. dugan (?), O.Icel. duga, 0. 
II. Germ, tugan (?), from dea3, dow, va- 
lere; dowes (pres.) a. p. 3, 60; du^ende 
(part.) Lay 4123; dujende pepas hom. 

1, 100; doht(e), A.Sax. dohte, O.II.Germ. 
tohta, (pret.) m. h. 140; al he sold pat 
outh douthe Havel. 703; dought Trist. 

2, 1; Man. 7660. 

dii^en, A.Sax. (ge)degan, d5*"gan, O.L.Germ. 
dogen? carere? pel mei duhen ancre of 
oder pim(p)lunge a. r. 420^. 

du^ed'e, A.Sax. dugud, dugod, O.Fris. du- 
ged, O.Icel. dygd, O.H.Germ. tuged, 
virtue, force, manhood: Brutus & his du- 
jede (do^epe) Liy 1810; unjearu tO 
elchere du3ede hom. 1, 103; duhede 



(luliti- 



dune 



137 



Jul. 4; dii5e[)e 7-e/. ant. i, icS'^; ]»at hi 

forletej) in lieore du3e|)e c. a. ??. b'o4; 

douthe Oaiv. JoUO. 

du3e|)eciiilit Z.v^. 10160. 

du3eclliche worthhy? La^. 10844. 
duliti^j A. Sax. dyhtig, M. 11. Germ, tiihtic, 

doughty, validm, stronuiis, Onn. 1 13: duli- 

ti Kath. 162; |)ine domes . . . beo<l 

duhti Marh. 8; duliti (dohti) mon La-). 

14791; du^ti Oaw. 724; avow. Arth. 

XIV, i); douliti Trid. 2, 32; transact. 

18, 20; Am. a. Amil. 207; do3ti a. p. 

2, 1182; doghti humh. 273; dou3ti Will. 

1101; Wid. exod. 18; doii3tiore, dou3- 

tier fcompar.J Lanyl. 5, 84 (102); do3- 

tiest fsuperl.J a. p. 2, 1301). 

douhtihclie doughtily, Jos. 493. 
iluhtiiiesse doughtiness; doughtinesse Mm. 

2868. 
dukCj from dukeu, duck fdulej, "anas'\ vgc. 

220; duke, doke Langl. h 17 , 62; Chauc. 

C. t. a 3076; doke prompt. 125; dokes 

(pl.J Maud. 216. 
(lukcii^ O.Dutch duken (diiiken), M.II.Germ. 

tiichen, ducli (duke, d:)ukj, mergere; dou- 

kaiid (pwt.) Alex. 4001. 
diikcre, O.H.Germ,. tuchari, doukor, mergus; 

doukere ^''plongeon\ rel. ant^ 2, 83; do- 

kare voc. 263. 
Au\, A. Sax. O.L.Qerm. dol, O.Dutch dul, 

dol, O.H.Germ. tol, = dvval? dull, ^^hehes, 

obtusus", projnpt. 133; CJiauc. C. t. 10393; 

dul pit Jiath. 1268; \n brain is dul 

Zidg. m. p. 191 ; dullo neiles a. r. 292'''"; 

see dil. 
dullciij O.Dutch doUen (insanirej, dull; 

dullin, doUin ^-hehetare, tepefacere\ prompt. 

126 ^^ 133; it duUep me to rime Chauc. 

C. t. 13021; min lieed dullith lud. Gov. 
, 343; duUid (part. J Lidg. m. p. 217; I 

am ner liande dold so long have i nap- 

pid Tmvn. myst. 98; comp. fordullen. 
dullard; O.Dutch dullard, dullard, prompt. 

133. 



diilii€8SC diUnesi<, prompt. 133. 

dult dolt, hehes, obtusus, horn. 1, 203; Kath. 

1268''; dulte neiles a. r. 292. 
dumb; A. Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. Fris. dumb, 

O.Icel. dumbr, Goth, dumbs, O.H.Germ. 

tumber, dumb, mutus, Orm. 211; o. a. n. 

416; dumbe Ziy 17140; domb, doumb 

ayenb. 1 ^* 31; a dombe best 2^- ^* *• 

XIII, 22'J; domb, doumb Chauc. C. t a 

774; doumb, dourabe Langl. 10, 137 

(11, 94 J; dom pr. c. 49; I. h. r. 148; 

doum lud. Cov. 126. 
dumbieu; A. Six. (a)dumbian, O.H.Germ. 

tumben, dumb: i doumbed "ob?nutui^\ ps. 

38, 3; comp. adiimbien. 
duinucssC; O.H.Germ. tumpnessi, dumbness, 

prompt. 133. 
duiiipeu; 0. led. dumpa, dump, tundere?* 

dumpe a. p. 3, 362. 
duU; A. Sax. dunn, Ir. dunn, Gael, donn? 

dun, fusGus, Chauc. r. r. 1213; duune 

(pl.J a. p. 1, 30; Lidg. m. p. 132; 

donne Luunf. 98 S; I. h. r. 144. 
dun, 0. Icel. dunn, doivn ; doun ^'pluma\ 

prompt. 128; Gow. 2, 103. 
dunch diinch, obscurus, Halliu\ diet. 324. 
dunchiu, Dan. dunke, Sived. dunka, dunch, 

^^tu/ulere", prompt. 133; dunchen (pres.J 

horn. 1, 283. 
duuc, A. Sax. dyne, dyn, O.Icel. dynr, 0. 

Dutcn done, din, sonitus, Lay 1009^; ^.s 

a punres dune Kath. 2024; dine 2)rompt. 

121; Hirel. 1860; dene, din Man. 9917; 

din a. p. 2, 862; pr. c. 7332; dine 

(dat.J st. qen. 3467 ; dine, dene iMnql. b 

18, '62. 
dune, A. Sax. dun, O.Ir. dun, down, mons, 

horn. 1, 143; 0. a. n. 919; st. gen. 387; 

dtin Orm. 14368; uppen ])ere dune La"^. 

27236; doune Hob. 362, 16; spec. 83; 

bl doune and dale Alii. 1767; a dune, 

a dun (ajdoivn, dewsum, Lay 331 &,- 

30297; a dun Marh. 12; a. r. 60; a 

dune, a doun Havel. 367 Sf 2733; a 

18 



138 



dunge 



dusc 



doun Rol. 208, 6; Vhauc. C. t. a 303; 

pe piler fel a doun s. s. ed. Wr. 2045; 

Iviiele a doun Aud. 7.9; dime, dun for a 

dune, La\ 6864 Sf 26f)46; he com dun 

Onn. 631; dime, dun, doun Havel. 888, 

S26 Sf 1816; dunes (pi J a. r. 380. 

dtinward downward, La'i,. 13106; dun- 
pard Orm. 2066. 
duiige^ A. Sax. O.Fris. dung*, dztuff, a. r. 

142; dunge, donge "fmt(s\ prompt. 127; 

donge Ahs. 4718 ; donge, dounge Langl. 

4, 130 (^i47;; dung? Marh. 16, 21; 

dong ayeyib. 61; Mand. 49; Chauc. C. t. 

12736; dunge (dat.) Rol. 310, 13. 

dungheep spec. 103. 

donghel dung-MU, ayenh. 81. 
fluiigeii^ A.Sax. dyngan, M.JI.Germ. tungen, 

dung, stercorare, prompt. 127 ; dongen pi. 

cr. 786. 
Duiiholm Durham; on Dunholme ^nisc. 146. 
dunicii^ A.Sax. dynian, O.Icel. dynja, 0. 

Dutch donen, din, sonar e, La'>,. 30410; 

denie Horn ed. Lum. 692; dunede fpret.J 

Marh. 20; pe erpe dunede under hem 

Rol. 459, 3; dinede an migtful homes 

blast St. gen. 3464; denede Will. 6014; 

rel. ant. 2, 7; comp. adunien. 
iluiiiiige^ A.Sax. dunung, O.Dutch doninge, 

sonitus, Hom.lus\ prompt. 136. 
duiiiiien^ A.Sax. dunnian, lecome dun: pin 

hew dunnet p. r. I. p. 221; dunnid ^'sul- 

niger\ prompt. 136. 
diiiit, A.Sax. dynt, dint, ictus, La"^. 8420; 

Kath. 22; Alis. 1606; speordes dunt a. 

r. 60; er pu schuldest eni dunt ihure 

treat. 136; dint Orm. 4290; Langl. 12124; 

dint, dent Wii/. 1^234 8f 3760; dent 

Launf. 332; duntes (pi.) o. a. n. 1227 ; 

c. I. 1161 ; (lintes pr. c. 7017; m. h. 

135. 
diiiitcn dint, ferire; dintede fpret.J horn. 1 , 

281 ; dunted (part. J I. h. r. 138. 
dup see deop. 
duppfn^ A. Sax. dyppan, dip, immergere; 



dippin prompt. 121 ; dippest fpres.J Orm, 
1661; dipped (part.) pr. c. 8044. 

dippcre dipper, '^mergulus\ Wicl. levit. 11, 

dure, A.S7X. duru, O.Fris. dure, dore, Goth. 
dauro, O.H.Germ. turi, tura, Gr. ^6pa, 
door, porta, p. I. s. VIII, 64; st. gen, 
1082; rel ant. I, 226; dore IlaveL 
1788; Chauc. C. t. a 660; Iswnl. 662; 
duren fpl.J horn. 1, 87; La"^. 2363; do- 
ren Rol. 496, 22; spec. 110; Shoreh. 55, 
dorenail door-nail: ded as a dorenail Langl. 

a 1, 161; Will. 628. 
durepin st. gen. 1078. 
dorstod voc. 170. 

doretre Havel. 1806; Langl. I 1, 185. 
dureward Lay 17672; doreward Shoreh. 46. 

dure see deore. 

dureii, O.Fr. dm'QY, dure, durare; diwe Rob. 
183, 8; Chauc. C. t. a 2770; durede 
fpret.J Lay 26708^; whi pat tempeste 
so longe time durede (dured) Langl. h 
18, 63. 

duresse, Fr. duresse, duress, duritia, Will, 
1074; Hoccl. I, 12. 

durk see dearc. 

durne see derne. 

durreu, A.Sax. durran (?), O.H.Germ. (ge)- 
turren (?), Goth. (ga)daursan, from dear, 
audere; durn, dorn prompt. 114; dur pr, 
G. 4135; durste, A.Sax. dorste, O.H. 
Germ, (ge)torsta, Goth, (ga)daursta, fpret.J 
durst, Kath. 1316; a. r. 168; st. gen. 
2693; spec. 104; Imml. 618; durste 
(dorste) La"^. 357; durste, dorste Langl. 
8, 118 f9, 113J; Chauc. C. t. a 227; 
dorste ayenh. 143; Jos. 664; Percev. 1966; 
i ne perste ... do such a fol dede Marg. 
304; dursten Havel. 1866; Mand. 282. 

dui'sti, A.Sax. dyrstig, O.H.Germ. (gi)tur- 
stiger, audax. 

durstillche '^audacter\ fragm. 1, 57 ; dir- 
sti^like Orm. 16162. 

dusc dush, ohscurus; dose hom. 1, 259; deose 
a. r. 94. 



duschen 



dwelien 



139 



duschen = dweschen V dusk, ferire; dusclied 
fpret.J Arth. a. Merl. 5624; a. p. 2, 
1538; see dasclien. 

dusi; A.lSax. dysig, O.Dutch deusig, 0.7/. 
Germ, tusiger, dizzy fduzzyj, dupidus, 
duUus, Kath. 782; a. r. 208; dusi luve 
ne last uoht longe o. a. w. 1466; than 
waxes ... his heved feble and disi pr. 
c. 771; desi rel. ant. 1, 17 U; jje dusie 
mon hom. 1, 117; dusien fdut. pLj Lay 
2811; dusigest (superl.) a. r. 182. 
dusilec stultitia, Kath. 425. 
dusischipe stultitia, a. r. 182. 

dusi, A. Sax. dysig, stultitia, hom. 1, 111. 

dusieUj A. Sax. dysegian, 0. Fris. dusia, 
dizzy, ineptire; desiot fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 
177. 

duskeii; from dusc, dusk, ohscurare: pine 
ehnen schulen doskin h. m. 35; dusken 
his herte pi. cr. 563; dusked fpret.J 
Cham. C. t. a 2806. 

dusknesse '■'■caUgo\ Wicl. Job 23. 

dust, A. Sax. 0. Dutch 0. Icel. dust, dud 
fdoustj, '■''pidvis', prompt. 135; a. r. 122; 
Orm. 1636; lad. Cov. 225; jjat dust 
(doust) Lay 27646; doust ayenb. 108; 
rel. ant. 1, 28; douste (dat.) p. I. s. 
XVIll, 26. 

dusteu, O.Icel. dusta fpukerem excutere, ver- 
berarej? Haldms. lex., dust, ferire, a. r. 
212; ^if hit dusted (puherem emittit) 
314; duste jecit, li^ath. 1094; ich habe 
a dun . . . idust Marh. 11; see desten. 

dusti, A. Sax. dystig, dusty, ^'■pulverulentus', 
prompt. 135; Hid. thes. 1, 224. 

dut^dedut, Shoreh. 129; p. I. s. XXXV, 
9; Gaw. 1020. 

dute, O.Fr. doute, doubt, a. r. 220; doute 
Marg. 107. 

dnten, O.Fr. douter, dmbt, misc. 148; du- 
ted fpres.J a. r. 244; doutede fpret.J 
Havel. 708; douted fpart.J c. I. 382. 

dutten, A. Sax. dyttan, dit, claudere, a. r. 
82; spec! 110; ditten Orm. 18590; dittez 



fpres.J a. p. 2, 588; dutte fpret.J Lay 

19812'''; Mary. 208; idut fpart.J rel. 

ant. 1, 90; c. I. 31; comp. fordutten. 
diivc, A.Sax. O.Icel. dufa, O.L.Germ. duva 

Heine s glos\, Goth, diibo, 0. H. Germ. 

tuba, dove fdoovej, colu?nba, hom. 2, 49; 

st. gen. 605; douve Mand. 87; Rich. 

5671; Langl. b 15, 393; h. s. 304; 

doufe 2 own. myst.33; dove lud.Cov. 48. 
iluve* 

devedoppe ^^mergulus\ Wicl. levit. 11. 
duyei, M.H.Germ. tiibel, dowl? dowlis fpl.J 

Wicl. 3 Icings 7 . 

duvelrihte? feolien ba (a) dun duvelrihtes 
li^ath. 1599. 
duveluuge? ant te meiden duvelunge feci 

dun to |)e eorde 3Iarh. 20; develing 

Arth. a. Merl. 7762; Beves 649. 
duven, A. Sax. dufan pret. deaf, douve, mer- 

gi: |)et pet sweord in desef Lay 6505. 
diiyeu, A. Sax. dyfan pret. dj^fde, O.Icel. 

deyfa, dive fdeevej, mergi; diven Langl. 

b 12, 163; diived fpres.J a. r. 282; he 

dived dun to grunde rel. ant. 1, 221; 

def fimper.J Marh. 17, 27 ; duve ^^demer- 

qaf, hom. 2, 43; defde fpret.J Marh. 

'22, 9. 
dwal, A. Sax. dpal (V), dpol, Goth, dvals 

([jicopoc), from dwelen, wicked? pat devel 

dwale 6'^. gen. 20; dpale heretic, Orm. 

7454; ne chid pu wip nenne d wales 

f fools? J rel. ant. 1, 183; see dul. 

dwalkenned? ])urh dpalkende lare Orm. 
7441. 
dwale, O.Icel. dvol f mora J, Swed. dvala, 

Da7i. dvale fstupm\ sopor J, O.H.Germ. 

twala fmm'aj, impediment, scandal? st. 

gen. 1220; and stod as he were in dwale 

fstuporj Man. 9059; dwale soporiferous 

dririk, Gow. 3, 14; Chauc. C. t. a 4161; 

rel. ant. 1, 324. 
dwelen, A. Sax. dpelau, O.H.Germ. twelan 

ftorpere, sopirij; comp. adwelen. 
dwelien, u4./S</a?. dpelian, err: %\i pe lardeu 



140 



dwelleu 



cafi 



dpelad horn. J , lOSl; dwele '^crran£\ ps. 
04, JO; (Iweled ''erravr, J 18, US; comp. 
bidwelien. 

dwelleu^ A.Sax. dpellaii, OJcd. dvelja pret. 
dvalda, 0. II. Germ, twellan pret. twalta, 
dwell, tardcre, morari, Ilavel. 11 So; 1 
nille noujt longe dwell en s. s. ed. Wr. 
1IJ26; dpelleii Orm. UU:^8; dwelle Alls. 
226; .Shcreh. 10; Wfll 701; Chaiic. 
C. t. a 2364; dvelle spec. 82; him reo- 
pejj jjat he dyellcp her spa spipe lange 
on eorpe Orm. 6676; dwelde fpret.J 
LangJ. b 20, J 42; mani winter he dwel- 
de pere *'. s. ed. Wr. 3204; dpalde Orm. 
13218; comp. idwellen. 

dwcole, A.Sax. gedpeola? error: pat is 
dpeole /'. s. II, 36 (muc. 160 J; })ah pu 
iseo pat sum blind mon pat nanne rilitne 
pei ne con to pilre diche his dpeole 
, (dwele) fulied o. a. n. 1239; pend a pei 
mine eien vrom pe porldes dpeole a. r. 
62, 
dpenlesong, dwelesong a. a. n. 926. 

dweolctt error? ^ heo pas igon a dpeoled fv. 
r. dpeole) a. r. 224. 

dweolitc^ Goth, dvalipa? er^or: pet . . . 
dpeolde me ne derie Jiom. 1, 199; see 
dwilde. 

dweoHU'i' see dwimer. 

dwer doithi? Mapes 361 ; s. a. c. XV, 11; 
(hvere hid. Gov. 17 c^- 117; in dwere 
Town, mijst. 302. 

dMCi'5, A.Sax. dpeorg, O.IceJ. dvergr, 0. 
JI.Germ. tverg, dwarf; dwergh Iw. 2390; 
dwery {printed dwerp) Will. 362; dwerow, 
dwerw ''nanus', prompt. J 34; dverw Trist. 
2, 86; dwerf Ijwm. 1746; dwerghes {pi J 
Mavd. 206. 

dwf'scht'i!, A.Sax. dpa3scan, laedere, quatere? 
comp. adweschen. 

dwilde^ A.Sax. dpyld (V), error; dpilde Orm. 
9736; comp. idweld? 

dwiiHff'^ A.Sax. dpimor fphanfasmaj; comp. 
idwimor. 



dweomercTteft magic art, La\ 30634. 
dweomerlac mrgic play, La^. 270; demer- 
laik Alex. 414; a. p. 2, 1661. 

dwiiieii^ A.S X. dpinan pret. dpan, O.Dutch 
dwinen, 0. led. dvina pret. dvinada, 
divine, '■'t(h.8cere\ IVicl. ps. 118; dwinin 
'^evanetcere'' , prompt. 134; dwine pr. c, 
703; as gres in medowe i drie and dwine 
Ha dim. diet. 326; dwine]) Gcw. 2, 117 ; 
d wined (pret.) Will. 67 8; d wined (part.) 
Cham. r. r. 360; comp. fordwinen. 

dwole, A. Sax. (ge)dpola, 0. II. Germ, (ga)- 
twola, error; dpolc o. a. n. 826. 

dwolicii^ A.Sax. dpolian(?), errare, delirare. 

dwoliinge^ A.Sax. dpolung, deliramentum: 
per pe dpolunge rixad hom. 1, 117. 

e- see jje-. 

ea, A. Sax. ea, 0. Icel. a, 0. II. Germ, aha, 
Goth, ahva, Lat. aqua, ea, aqua, fluvius, 
(ms. eaa) fragm. 3, 63; pas je La"^, 
2606; an ^e Orm. 7091. 
eafrosk hom. 1, 326. 

eac, A.Sax. eac, ec, O.Fris. tik, O.L.Germ, 
oc, O.Icel. Goth, auk, 0. II. Germ, ouh, 
eke, etiam; ec, «c (eak) La\ 3746, 8001 
Sf 26682; ec Marh. 14; a. r. 168; 
Orm. 169; ek Ilavel. 1026; Rob. 200, 
3; Alls. 2164; and ek ich frovri fele 
pihte 0. a. n. 636; ek, eek Chauc. C. t. 
a 41. 

ead, A.Sax. ead, O.Icel. aud^', 0. II. Germ. 
(gi)6ter, oder, dives, beatus. 

Edgar, A.Sax. Eadgar, p. I. s. IX, 144. 

eadmede, A.Sax. ead-, eadniedu, O.ff. 
Germ. Ot-, odmuoti, grace: purh his 
jfidmcden la}. 10013; and 3eorneden 
Ardures grid & his iedmeden (ms. ad- 
meden) 21866. 

edmod, ^l.Sax. ead-, eadmod, O.II.Germ. 
ot-, odmuoter, humble, gracious, ''hiimil'is'\ 
fragm. 3, 13; a. r. 168; misc. 141; 
he pas {fedmod & milde Orm. 2887; 
mid ^dmode worden La-). 22422. 
edraodliche humbly, graciously, a. r. 94; 



eadi 



eald 



141 



jfedmodilche Zrt). 26288; {Jedmodllj 

Orm, 1108. 
cadmodnesse humility, Jioni. 7, 17; ed- 

mSdnesse a. r. 8; sedmodnesse Orm. 

l'J218. 
eadmodien humble; eadm(5dieiT fpres. im- 
ptr.j a. r. 278^''; (he) eadmode hine 
seolfne horn. 1, 17. 
Edmund p. I. s. XVII, 1. 
ednesse, A.lSax. eadness, heatitudo, fms. 

liednesse) Sal. a. Snt. 230. 
Eadward Edivard, misc. 14o. 
eadi, A. Sax. eadig, O.L.Germ. odag, odog, 
(oth. aiidags, O.Ieel. SLudigr, O.II.Ger7n. 
otager, rich, happy, Marh. 2; a. r. 28; 
SUreh. 129; eadi, edi Lay 2361 ^- 16o5d; 
edi hom. 1, 173; misc. 100; rel. ant. 2, 
228; {fedi^ Orm. 2333; eadine face. m.J 
hom. 1, llf). 

eadilTche happily, a. r. 328. 
£edi3le3C happiness, Orm. 6706. 
eadinesse, A. Sax. eadigness, happiness, 
hom. 1, 217; a. r. 28. 
tvc^t, A. Sax. eage, O.Fris. age, O.L.Germ. 
oga, 0. II. Germ, ouga, O.Icel. auga, Goth. 
augo, Rnss. oko pi. onn, Gr. oxog dual 
ooas, Lat. ocu-ln?, eye fee J; e^e o. a. n. 
426; pet 030 ayenb. 147; 036, eye, ei3e 
La»gl. 10, 123 fll, 80 J; eghe pr. c. 
2234; Percev. 691; eie a. r. 60; Havel. 
2646; ei3e, 130 Wicl. Mat. 6; i3e Man. 
330 J 10; ie Chauc. C. t. a 2680; e3en 
(pi.) p. I. s. VIII, 38; 0. a. n. 76; 
Brand. 26; ayenb. 81; £63611 Zrt^. 7247; 
^13611 Will. 463; eieii a. r. 16; 303611 
{— ie3en) Ilalliw. diet. 962; igheii, ihen, 
eyen Chauc. C. t. 162; eeii ant. Arth. 
XLVir, 1; ehiien Kath. 497; e3hne 
Orm. 370; eghne Isumb. 620. 
e3ebrewe p. s. 239. 
ehelid eye-lid, hom. 1, 266. 
e3hesalfe eye-salve, Orm. 1862. 
eyesor eye-sore, rel. ant. 1, 110. 
^hseoiie, esehsene, O.H.Germ. oiigsiuni, 



Lay 3092 ^- 9703; 6xsene rel. ant. ly ' 

103; out of his eighesene Trid. 3, 14. 
ehsihde (ye-sight, Marh. 17; eihsihde a, 

r. 68; e3h6sihf)e Orm. 1868. 
ehpurl hom. 1, 83; eypurl Marh. 8; ei« 

jjurl a. r. 62. 
eahte, A. Sax. eahta, 0. Fris. achta, 0. Z. 
term. O.H.Germ. ahto, Goth, ahtau, 0. 
Icel. att^, Lat. octo, Gr. oxxto, eight 
f aught); iehte (eahte, ehte) Lay 3919 ^ 
26602; ehte Orm. 680; eihte a. r. 12; 
e3te ayenb. 46; egte st. gen. 1349; ei3te ' 
iCob. 633, 16; Wicl. John 20; eighte 
(auht) Man. 3714; eite lud. Gov. 129; 
ahte chron. Engl. 324; aughte Ilalliw. 
diet. 110; a3t a. p. 3, 11; aght Iw. 1438. 
ehtetene, A.Sax. eahtatyne, eighteen, Lay 

18014''; ei3tetene Itob. 407, 23. " 
6i3teteope, A.Sax. eahtateoda, eighteenth^ 

p. I. s. XII, 6; e3tetenpe proelam. 7. 
ei3teti, A.Sax. eahtatig, O.H.Germ. ahto- 

zug, eighty, Rub. 292, 1; Wicl. 1 Icings 

22. 
eahtutte, A.Sax. eahtoda, eahteoda, O.H. 
Germ, ahtodo, Goth, ahtuda, O.Fris. ach- 
tunda, O.Icel. attundi, eighth, octavus, hom. 
1, 107; eihtude, eihteode a. r. 14 ^ 
236; eihtepe Wart. hist. 1, 16; eightepe 
Langl. 9638; eghpe Mire 498; ehtende 
Orm. 4196; e3t6nde ayenh. 10; Shoreh. 
99; egtende st. gen. 1 199; aghtend pr. 
c. 6896. 
eake, A.Sax. eaca, O.Icel. auki, eke, addita- 
mentum: teken (to eke) in addition, in- 
super, Marh. 4; tekeii Oy^m. 747; teke 
(tekeii, to eke) a. r. 78; teke h. m. 26; 
on eke spec. 34; comp. overeake. 
ekename, 0. Icel. aukanafn, niclcnamei h. ^ 

8. 1631; ekename, liekename "agnomen\ 

prompt. 362. 

eald, A.Sax. eald, aid, O.L.Germ. aid, old, 

O.H.Germ. alter, Goth, alpeis, old feld), 

vetus, p. I. s. VI 11^ 2; aid Lay 301; 

Orm. 747 ; ayetib. 104; Iio. 1666; Min. 



142 



ealde 



earfed 



6'; tweif winter aid Shoreh. 44; old a. 

r. 6; eld 8. s. ed. Weh. J 1)42; Odov. 

6 06; s. a. c. XIII, 16; an eld cloth 

llavel. 046; pe ealde lawe Shm-ch. 44; 

])e ialde (iealde) la5e aije^ih. 7 8c iJ7 ; pe 

aide (oldej king La^. 'J^dU Sf 3223; pe 

olde man Brand. 2; elde fplj spec. 96; 

hid. Cov. 73; eidre fcompar.j Orm. 13216; 

misc. 68; eldre, nldre />. /. *. VIII, 162; 

eldeste fmperl.J cliron. EnfjI. 423 ; ayenh. 

104. 

eld fader, A. Sax. ealdfaider, 0. II. Germ. 
aitfater, ^^aviis\ roc. 206; e](d)fadii- "so- 
cer\ prompt. 137 . 

eldmoder, A. Sax. ealdmoder, ^'avia\ roc. 
206; eldmodir '■^socrus\ prompt. 137 . 
€alde old, aetas, senectus? pis peorldes aid 

Orm. 8831 ; pat him schal on ealde sore 

reowe rel. ant. 1, 184; in olde s. s. ed. 

TFr. 641; tee elde. 
ealder^ At Sax. ealdor, aldor, chief, prince; 

aelder, alder Za^. 1366 S^" 16662; alder 

hom.. 1, 210. 

alderdom principality, Orm. 18278. 

alderman alderman, Orm. 1406 J ; alder- 
mon "princeps^\ fragm. 2, 23: La^. 1420. 

alderscipe ^^priricipatas', horn. 1, 219. 
ealdieu^ A. Sax. ealdian, O.K. Germ, alten, 

eld, senescere; iealdi ayenh. 07 ; elden Chauc. 

r. r. 396; aldep fpres.J horn. 7, 36; 

eldep Orm. 18826; aldede fpret.J La\ 

2937; eldeden Wicl. ps. 31; comp. for- 

ealdien. 
cam, A.Sax. earn, O.Fris. em, 0. Butch om, 

0. II. Germ, olieim, eatn, avunculus; earn, 

{fem La->,. 8831 Sf 8897; em Hick. thes. 

1, 227; Havel. 1326; Trist. 1, 84; Goiv. 

2, 267; Octov. 1379; Man. 4123; m. 
Arth. 1681; eem prompt. 139; li h. disc. 
397; iem .fins, yem) Chest, pi. 2, 66; 
ernes fgen.J Will. 3426; emis s. s. ed. 
Wr. 1064; eme fdat.J Chauc. Troil. 1022; 
emes fpl.J Percev. 1060. 

earn see am. 



ear, A. Sax. ear Etttn. lex. 17 , eher Bout. 

ev. gloss., 0. II. Germ, ehir, aliir, Goth. 

ahs, O.Icel. ax, ear; ef ^^spica\ voc. 233; 

prompt. 141; ere (dat.) Alis.. 797; iere 

ayenh. 28; eares (pl.j st. gen. 2104; 

eres Roh. 490, 2. 
ear see ger. 
eard, A. S^x. eard, 0. L. (rerm. ard, M. II. 

Germ, art, land, country, horn. 1, 13; terd 

Za-y. 29174; Orm. 1416; erd st. gen. 

210; pe king- of pissen earde Zay 7417; 

in unkude earde a. r. 368; erde Zangl. 

b 6, 203; a. p. 1, 248; ich fare horn 

to min(e) erde 0. a. n. 460; comp. mid- 

deleard. 
eardieu, A.Sax. eardian, 0. II. Germ, arton, 

hahitare: ha ne muhen napt somen earden 

in hevene h. m. 43; erden Will. 6260: 

erdest fpres.J ps. 21, 4; eardid Mark. 

9; erdeden fpret.J hom. 1, 89. 
eardiiige, A. Sux. eardung, hahitatio. 

eardingstope, erdingstovve 0. a. n. 28. 
eare, A.Sax. eare, O.Fris. are, O.Z.Germ. 

ora, ore, 0. II. Germ, ora, O.Icel. eyra, 

Goth, auso, ear, auris, KatJi. 1734; pet 

eare, ieare ayenh. 189 Sf 211 ; iare misc. 

36; sere Orm. 2800; ere p. I. s. XV^ 

118; ere ^'■auris, ansa\ prompt. 141; 

earen fpl.J Marh. 20; a. r. 90; 0. a. n. 

338; Horn 969; earen, asr en fragm. 6, 36 

^^ 7, 38; eren Alis. 6448; p. s. 164; 

eres Mand. 206; pr. c. 7 82; ^eres (=- 

ieres) Ilalliw. diet. 946. 

ereiappe earlap, rel. ant. 1, 64. 

earpreon ^^inauris\ fragm. 2, 63. 

erering earring, Wicl. Job 42. 

3erwigge, A.Sax. earpicga, earwiq, prompt. 
143''. 
earewe see arwe. 
earfed", A. Sax. earfod, earfede, 0. Icel. er- 

fidi, erfadi, O.Z.Germ. arbed, arbid, ar- 

bedi, arbidi, arvithi, O.Fris. arbeid n., 

Goth, arbaips, O.HGerm. arbeit, Buss. 

pa6oma f., labor, tribulatio. 



earfed 



easter 



143 



earfepsTp, earvepsip, A. Sax, earfottsid, 
fragm. 5, 62 ^ 6J. 

earfeif^ A. Sax. earfod, earfecTe, O.Icel. er-^ 
fidr, difJicuU; earf(e)d, erved Kath. 99^; 
erved, arved a. r. 108; aifep' Orm. 
J 7 334; erveder fcompar.J horn. 2, 63. 
arved find e difJicuU to find, horn. 2, 27. 
serfedtelle difficult to tell, hom. 1, 231. 
arvedpinne difficult to win, hom. 2, 49. 

carYCifiiesse, ierfednesse, erfednesse difficul- 
ty, hem. 1, 21, 116 Sf 223. 

earni^ A. Sax. earm, O.Fris. erm, O.L.Germ. 
0. II. Germ, arm, O.Icel. armr, Goth, arms, 
Lat. armus, arm, hrachium, hom. 1 , 189; 
serm (arm) La"^. 28040; arm Trist. 2, 
103; Mand. 172; earmes fpl.J Shoreh. 
123; earmes, ermes a. r. 394 ^^ 46'^; 
armes treat. 139; he heo mid armen i- 
nom La^. 2233. 

earni; A.Sax. eami, O.L.Germ. arm, O.Fris. 
erm, O.H.Germ. armer, O.Icel. armr, Goth. 
arms, poor, miserahle; earm, arm h. m,. 9; 
aerm La-). 6608; earme steorve Marh. 
12; pe arme gume rel. ant. 1, 186; his 
erme saule hom. 1, 27; of pisse earme 
live 36; ermne face. m.J 116; arme fpl J 
0. a. n. 637; sermest (mperl.) La^. 14893. 
ermlic poor, yniserahle, hom. 1, 116; mid 
aermliche witen Z«3. 1046; a^rmliche 
biprungen 9436. 

erming^ A.Sax. earming, erming, yrming, 
poor, miserahle creature, wretch, fragm. 7 , 
37; hom. 2, 67; o. a. n. 1111; aerming 
Za^. 16690. 

farnitfe^ A.Sax. ermdu, yrmdu, miser g, h. 
m. 27; sermde Lay 16143; armpe rel. 
ant. 1, 182. 

earn^ A.Sax. earn, O.Icel. orn, [O.H.Gertn. 
aro gen. aren, Goth, ara gen. arins], em 
(earn, yarn J, aquila, a. r. 134; aern La"^. 
2826; Orm. 6880; ern Havel. 672; Will 
3106; Launf. 268; arn ayenh. 61; ernes 
(gen.) rel. ant. 1, 209; Rob. 177, 2; 

^ earnes (pi.) a. r. 196; ernes Man. 10202. 



earuieii^ A. Sax. earnian, 0. Dutch arnen, 
ernen, O.H.Germ. arnen, earn (am, yarn)^ 
mereri; ernien hom. 1 , 7; arne nug. poet. 
14; earned (pres.) h. m. 19; ernede 
(pret.) hom. 2, 6; comp. 3e-, ofearnien. 

eai'iiiiige^ A.Sjx. earning, earnung, earning^ 
meritum, misc. 60; erninge p. I. s. VIII^ 
32; ernunge hom. 1, 19. 

ease see aise. 

east, A.Sax. east, O.Fris. ast, O.Dutch ost, 
O.Icel. aust(madr), east, h. m. 11; east 
(in m-iente) and pest feor and ner i dd 
pel faire ml mester o. a. n. 923; ieast 
aye7ib. 124; est "oriens", prompt. 143; 
pat test & pest & sup & norp pis mid- 
delaerd biluken Orm. 12126; ferden heo 
test (versus orientem) Lay 23223 ; est at. 
gen. 829; i shall walk eest mir. pi. 172. 
Estangle Roh. 4, 21. 
gestdale Orm. 16400. 
testende (easteande) Lay 28306. 
Eastsexe Essex, misc. 146; ^stsaex (Est- 

sex) Lay 16390; Estsex Roh. 3, 21. 
estsee p. I. s. XIII, 18. 
estside Rob. 2, 10. 
eastpard eastward, fragm. 6, 46; estward 

Brand. 2. 
estwind east-wind, prompt. 143. 

easte, A. Sax. easta dat. eastan, 0. Fris. 
asta dat. asta, 0. L. Germ, osto (?) dat. 
ostan, [0. H. Germ, osten dat. ostene], 
east: bi esten a. r. 232; Man. 46, 4; 
bi este p. I. s. XVIII, 2. 

easteu, A.Sax. eastan, O.Icel. austan, O.L. 
Germ, ostan, ostane, ostana, 0. II. Germ. 
ostana, ab oriente? esten fro da(n) st. 
gen. 1264. 

easter, A.Sax. easter geyi. eastres, eastre (?) 
pi. eastran, 0. H. Germ. Ostra pi. dstrun, 
Easter; ester Brand. 7; pa sestre (easter) 
wes a3onge Lay 24196; aster MirG 
143; iestre (dat.) ayenb. 213; astere Aud. 
41; eestern "pascha", prompt. 143; in 
esterne (r. estern) st. gen. 3290. 



144 



eastern 



eclie 



«asterdei, A. Srtx. easterdaeg, 0. IL. Germ. 

ostertag, Easter-doy, horn. 1, 123 ; ester- 

dei a. r. 412. 
■estercven, A.S:ix. easteraefeu, Easter-eve, 

a. r. 70. 
-easterlic, A. Sax. easterlic, 0. II. Germ. 

ostarliclier, pascha/u: fram pan ester- 
■ liche deie horn. 1, 69. 
asteiiomb, Gervi. osteiiamm, chron. Vilod. 

estermorewe, Germ, ostermorgen, fpec. 96. 
estertide Easter-tide, WiH. 1417, Arth. 
a. Med. 2849. 

eastern, ^.^SV/o:. easteriie, eastern: of ^sterne 
f? ms. sestene) weoiide Lay 27393, 

caiT, A. Sax. eatle, ede, J^de ffac'lis, hvis, 
vastus), 0. L. Germ, otlii (faciiis), 0. II. 
Germ, odcr (faciiis, vastus), O.Icei. audr 
(vacuus), Goth, aups (sp7j|jioc), eath, hvis, 
Kath. (1211; ffijj Orm. 13012; ed him 
wes on heorten Ei\ 2234; an his mode 
him wes ]ja aede 22339; ed to ivelen a. 
r. 222; ep Hob. 327, 2; Gliv. 1, GO; 
Min. 20; Man. 194, 3; eth li'i/l. 3671; 
epe Gatv. 076; a. p. 1, 1201; Chauc. 
Trail. 7220; blide hi biej) and eade 
Jlich thes. 1, 224; ead (ed), eade (adv.) 
a. r. 62 Sf 276; eade, iepe p. I. s. 
VIII, 143; eepe Orm. 17676; epe Horn 
61; c. I. 1281; m. t. 97; edere (corn- 
par.) horn. 2, 63; mid epran ledene //Yc^w^. 
1, 43; comp. uneade. 
edbete easy to amend, Jiom. 2, 63. 
edfele easily felt, a. r. 194. 
epgete easily got, misc. 74. 
edlete liqlitiy esteemed? p. I. s. VIII, 37 

^ i3o: 

edelic, A. Sax. eadelic, edelic, J'^^^ic 
(faciiis), O.Icel. audligr (inanis, exilis), 
easy, light, horn. 1, 21; edelich A. m. 
11; on edelich stiche a. r. 282; for 
jepelike gilte Orm. 10172; edeliche & 
pake horn.. 1, 266; purh edeliche dede 
Lay 24921; Tepelis (adv.) Orm. 12634; 



pe epelikeste ston is cristal Flor. a. Bl. 
274. 

edsene easily seen, Kath. 381; edsene, 
edcene a. r. 116. 

edpinne easy to win, horn. 2, 49. 
ealTieu ease? edede (ms. eddede) his sorge 

St. gen. 1439. 
eaweii, A.Sax. eapan, eopan, JT^^^j O.Fris. 

auwa, Goth, augjan, ostendere, monstrare; 

comp. aeteowen. 
eax, A.Sax. eax, aex, O.Icel. ox, O.L.Germ. 

acus, O.II.Germ. achus, Goth, aqizi, Lat. 

ascia, ax (ex), a. r. 384; eax, sex Lay 

2312 Sf 6473; sex ^'securis\ fragm. 4, 

38; axe Orm. 10063; Rob. 17, 7; ax 

voc. 234; 0. a. n. 668; Havel. 1894; 

s. s. ed. IVeh. 384; Mand. 261; p. s. 

222; ex prompt. 144; U h. disc. 1180; 

comp. bol-, wi3eax. 
eax, A. Sax. eax, 0. II. Germ, ahsa, Lat, 

axis, ax (ex). 

axtre ax-tree, voc. 167; Mire 334; Wicl. 

cedes. 33; extre voc. 180; prompt. 146. 

eaxle, A.Sax. eaxl, O.Icel. oxl, O.L.Germ. 

ahsla, O.II.Germ. ahsla, ahsela, ahsala, 

Lat. axilla, axle, humerus; sexle, exle Lay 

2263 ^- 18032; axeles ^'■scapulis', ps. 

90, 4; he hit herd an his eaxlun hom. 

1, 246. 

axiltre, exiltre axle-tree, prompt. 20; exil- 
tre voc. 278. 
cbbe, A.Sax. ebba, O.Fris. ebba, ebbe, ebb, 

Alis. 6184; Chauc. C. t. 10673; Man. 

12317. 
ebbiu, A. Sax. ebbian, ebb, prompt. 136 ; 

ebbe lud. Gov. 66; ebbe or flowe m. t. 

13L 
ec see eac. " 
ecnesse, A. Sax. ecness, ecnys^ eternity, 

Marh. 7, 10; Kath. 664; echenesse a. r. 

144. 
ech see sehwilc, under a. 
eche see ache. 
eche, A.Sax. ece, eternal, Kath. 302; a. r. 



eche 



efne 



145 



108; rel. ant. 1, 130: Orm. 971; o. a. 
n. 1279; eche reste Hick. then. 1, 224. 
echeliche eternally, Kath. 2387 . 
eche increase? wipoute wane and eche 

iiihoreh. 10. 
echeii^ A.Sax. ecan, j^can, O.L.Germ. okian, 
O.H.Germ. auchon, ehe, auger e, a. r. 124; 
to echen pin ahte r. s. V, 126; gechen 
(eche) Lay 13066; eche Rob. 199, 19; 
spec. 92; Shoreh. 38; Alis. 6026; Wicl. 
eceles. 18; eken horn. 2, 57; Orm. dedic. 
57; eke Man. 176, 4; pr. c. 3256; 
eche fpres.J Chauc. Troil. 705; ekes '■^ad- 
jiciei', ps. 50, 9. 
ed-, A.Sax. ed-, Goth, id-, O.Icel. id-, 0. 
IT. Germ, it-, ed-. 
edgrow edgrow, prompt. 135. 
edhealden retain; edhalde hom. 1, 149. 
edisch, A.Sax. edisc, edesc, edish. 

edis(h)henne "coturnix\ ps. 104, 40. 
edlffichen, A.Sax. edlsecan, repeat; comp. 

3eedl£echen. 
edlen, A.Sax. edlean, O.H.Germ. itlOn, 

retribution, hom. 1, 103. 
edplt, A.Sax. edpit, O.L.Germ. edwit, 

Goth, idveit, O.H.Germ. itwiz, reproach, 

hlame, a. r. 108; edwit Rob. 369, 16; 

sedwit Lay 5827 ; falle in edwite o. a. 

n. 1233. 
edwiten, A.Sax. edpltan(?), Goth, idveit- 

jan,' O.H.Germ. itwizon, reproach, hlame; 

edwite Langl. h 5, 370; p. I s. IV, 8; 

edpited, edpiten fpres.J h. m. 37; ed- 

plte (subjunct.) a. r. 426; edwite Wicl. 

eceles. 8. 
eddre see addre. 

eddre^ A. Sax. sedre, 0. Fris. eddre, 0. H. 
Germ, adra, vein, a. r. 258; rel. ant. 2, 
273. 
ede see eode. 
edi see eadi. - 

efen, A.Sax. efen, emn, O.Fris. even, iven, 
0. Icel. iafn, 0. H. Germ, ebaner, Goth. 
ibns, even, aequus, Orm. 1840; efne cfe 



smede a. r. 2; pole pid efne heorte pe 
dOm hotn. 1, 265; his sefne wiht of gol- 
de Lay 30835; evene h. m. 23; st. gen. 
331; evene dom c. I. 490; J)ei ben eve- 
ne wip aungels "aequaks angelis sunt", 
Wicl. Luke 20; pet makep pane wal em- 
ne ayenb. 151 ; an emne equally, ShoreJi. 
75; efne pissen worden . . . Beduer heo 
gon hirten Lay 25939; he heom wes 
leof sefne al swa heore lif 13924; ich 
singe efne o. a. n. 313; pat is evene 
aoove pin heved treat. 132; to here him 
evene Chauc. C. t. a 1523; em forth ml 
might 2235; evene forp wip pi selve 
Langl. 11637 ; comp. anefen. 
efenald, A.Sax. efeneald, even-old, Orm. 

18605; evenold, eveneld ''coaetanem', 

prompt. 143. 

evenkni3t "■commilito', W^cl. Philip. 2. 
evencristene even-christian, Layigl. 3353; 

evencristen c. I. 976; emcristene Hick. 

thes. 1, 223; emcristen ayenb. 10. 
efeneche coetern^l, Orm. 18582. 
evenhede ^^aequitas\ Wicl. ps. 10. 
efenheh Orm. 15720. 
evenlsechen, A.Sax. efenlsecan, resemble; 

evenleched fpres.J hom. 1, 113. 
gevelengde, O. Icel, iafnlengd, equinox? 

st. gen. 147. 
evenllc, A. Sax. efenlic, 0. Icel. iafnllgr, 

Goth, ibnaleiks, even-like, evenly, aequa- 

lis, Orm. 1837; gevelic rel. ant. 1, 213; 

st. gen. 282; evenllche fadv.J rel. ant. 

1, 172; evenli Wicl. Job, 9. 
efenmete, 0. H. Germ, ebenmazer, Orm. 

3099; evenmete ps. 48, 13. 
efenrike Orm. 11868. 
evenworp equivalent, Wicl. Job 28. 
efen see gefen. 
efeiiling^ evenling, A.Sax. efenliug, equal, 

hom. 1, 57 8f 67. 
evennesse, A.Sax. efenniss, evenness, ^^aequi- 
tas\ Wicl. deuter. 9; evennes ps. 10, 8. 
efne, O.Icel. efni fmateriaj, Dan. evne fa- 

19 



146 



efiieii 



ehtan 



hilityj? efter hire efne a. r. 6; after liis 

evene horn. 1, 187 ; i pe evene of hare 

cunde h. m. 43. 
efiieu^ A. Sax. efnan, O.Icel. iafna, O.ll. 

Germ, ebanon, Goth, (ga)ibnjan, even, e~ 

qual, compare, Orm. 1396; evenen h. m. 

W; WicL Is.2S; e\emn "aequare\ protnpt. 

143; emni ayenh. 16; efneu, evened fpres.J 

a. r. 82 Sf 132; oure loverd him silf 

him evenep to sopnisse pere Beh. 1629; 

efnede fpret.J a. r. 126; evened (part.) 

ps. 88, 7. 
efuetan^ A.Sax. efnetan(?), emnettan('?), ae- 

quare; iemnette (fart.) fragm. 2, 7 . 
efiiiiig; O.Iccl. iafningi, equal, a. r. 182; 

efning-, efening Orm. 10702 ^^ 10991; 

evening Kath. 119; o. a. n. 772. 
eft^ A. Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. Fris. eft, eft, 

postea, iterum, Kath. 1449; Orm. 181; 

St. gen. 1169; c. I 751; Will. 882; 

Langl h 17 , 111; Goiv. 2, 264; Cham. 

C. t. a 1669; Mand. 14; JFicl. genes. 

17; IIoccl. I, 408; and eft sono cume 

par to 0. a. n. 821; and ever eft he 

was lame li h. disc. 477; eft, seft La^^. 

3264 Sf 6445. 
eft, A.Sax. eofot (culpa)? eft and nip m. 

h. 35. 
efter see sefter. 



eg see ei. 



eg: 



egieche, A.Sax. segiseca, agla3ca, keen? 
knihtes egieche rel ant. 1, 170 (misc. 
102). 
egge, A. Sax. ecg, 0. Fris. eg, 0. Icel. q,^^,, 

O.L.Germ. eggia, O.ll. Germ, ekka, edge, 

^^acies\ prompt. 136; La>. 5202; Orm. 

6639; AUs. 1271; li h. disc. 1923; 

Wicl. Heir. 11; mid speordes Q'ggfd a. r. 

60. 

eggetol edge-tool. Will. 37 55; Gow. 2, 251. 
eggcil;, A.Sax. ecged, O.Icel. eggiadr, edged, 

Man. 7862; a knif legged in eiper side 

Uoh, 310, 19. 



eggiii, O.Icel. eggia, edge (egg), ''incitare\ 

prompt. 136; eggen a. r. 146; Orm. 

11819; egged (pres.) rd. ant. 1, 131; 

egged (pret) Will. 1130; pr. c. 5483; 

Adam and Eve he eggede (egged) tO 

(don) ille Langl. 1, 63 (65); eggiden 

'■'■provocaveruni\ WicL deuter. 32. 
eggen, 0. Butch eggen, 0. II. Girm. eckan, 

occare: eggen ojjer harwen Langl. ed. 

Whit. 76. 
eggunge egging, insHgatio, a. r. 82; eggun- 

ge, egginge h. m. 5; egging Orm. 11675; 

a. p. 2, 241. 
egle, Fr. aigie, eagle, Mand. 48; Chauc. C. 

t. a 2178; egie is ern 3Ian. 13757. 
egre, Fr. aigre, eager, Boh. 80, 11; Will. 

3636; Chauc. C. t. 9075; Wicl j^^- 106. 

egreiiche eagerly, Langl. 10928. 
e^e, A.Sax. ege, O.ll.Germ. egi, timer, pa^ 

vcr, terror: for lufe ne for eje (ms. 6330) 

Orm. 4481; eige st. gen. 2550; er^e, 

eeie (eayc) La-^. 4733 Sf 9126, eye Let 

282; llich. 3609; h. s. 38; pou haddest 

of him non eye Man. 2894; eie p. I. s. 

VIII, 140; Marh. 5, 11; a. r. 418; p. 

s. 196; see a^e. 

eiful Judh. 40. 

e3eh«s Orm. 6191. 
a3ieleste La^y. 19291. 
e^e see ea3e. 
ejese, else, A.Sax. egesa, egsa, O.L.Germ. 

O.ll.Germ. egi so, terror, horror. 

ffii3esfiil La-^. 17972; eisful Marh. 9. 

eislic horrible, fragm. 3, 23; eisliche pih- 
te p. I. s. VIII, 142. 
c^csicij, cisien, A. Sax. egesian, egsiau, 0. 

II.Gcrm. egison, terrere: pet he his men 

eisiau ne der hom. 1, 111. 
e^Icu see eilen. 
e^te see [ehte. 
elite see eahte. 
elite see cfehte. 
ehtau, A.Sax. ehtan, penecate; egte? st. 

gen. 470. 



ei 



el 



147 



ei, M.K.Germ. ei, eigh, ay; ey Chauc, C. 

t. a 3768; ey god ayenh. 105; ey what 

is me IIoccl. 1\ 393. 
ei, A. Sax. seg, O.Icel. Qgg, 0. II. Germ, ei, 

egg, ovum; ey o. a. n. 104; Rob. 404, 

7; Gow. 3, 76; Cham. C. t. 12734; 

JFwI. Luhe 11; Lidg. m. p. 204; s. a. 

e. VIII, 23; nCn ei^ fms. no nei3) IFt/l. 

83; ey, ay Gam. 610; ay Alis. 668; 

Trist. 3, 70; Man. 175, 1; ey, eg 

prompt. 136; eyre fpl.J o. a. n. 106; 

eiren a. r, 66; eyren ayenh. 178; Mand. 

49; Lidg. m. p. 29; I. c. c. 7; egges 

Langl. b 11, 343; s. a. e. ed. Wr. LVI, 13. 

ayschelle egg-shell, Alis. 577 . 
ei, A. Sax. eg, ig, 0. Dutch ei, 0. led. ey 

finsulaj. 

eilond, A.Sax. eg-, ig-, ealand, O.Dutch 
eiland, O.Icel. eyland, Hand {island J, ea- 
land, insula, rel. ant. 1, 220; eland 
Man. 77, 5; llond La^. 1133^^; Octov. 
539; Hand Trist. 1, 94. 
ei see ^ni. 
eie see e^e. 
eic see eaje. 
eihte see ealite. 
eilite see f%hte. 
eihwer see ahwer, under a. 
eile, A. Sax. egla voc. 35, L. Germ, aile 

Schamh. loh. 6, ail, arista, ^^acus\ Ilalliw. 

diet. 343; eilen (pi.) a. r. 270. 
eile, A. Sax. egle, Goth, agius, grievous, 

troublesome, painful; eyle and hard . . . 

hit wes c. I. 223; pou^ him |)ou3te eile 

Beves 513; heore puhte swipe ^ille (eil) 

of sedelene hire faedere La\ 3281; pat 

te punched uvel of & eil h. m. 25. 
eile, Goth, agio ? pain, harm ? ded lesse 

eile to pen eien a. r. 50. 
eilen, A. Sax. eglan, Goth, agljan, ail, mo- 

lestare, dolere, a. r. 276; Rich. 3629; 

e^len Orm. 4767; eili h. on. 47; eiled 

fpres.J Kath. 1699; what eilep pe Chauc. 

C. t. a 1081; 1 wot wel what slknesse 



30W eilep Langl. 6, 259 (7 , 244); ei- 
lie (suhj.) a. r. 418; pis eisfal piht pat 
hit ne eile me napiht Marh. 9; eilede 
fpret.) Will 951; ailed (part.) Min. 41. 
einieri, eimbre, A. Sax. {©myrie, 0. Icel. ei- 

myrja, ember, ^'■pruym\ prompt. 136. 
eir see air. 
eire see ei. 

eirmonger eierhandler, p. I. s. XII, 69. 
else see aise and e3ese. 
eisil, O.Fr. aissel, 6V. o^aXtc, vinegar, a. 
r. 402; c. I. 1150; eisel Chauc. r. r. 
217; Mire 1884; Aud.- 64. 
cit, A. Sax. igod ? ait (eyot), insula : pan 
seit Lay 23873. 
eitlond Lay 1117. 
ei|)er see feider, under k. 
ek see eac. 
ekeii see aken. 
eken see echen. 

el-, A.Sax. el-, ^1-, ele-, O.L.Germ. eli-, 
O.II.Germ. eli-, el-, Goth, alja-, Lat. a- 
li-, Gr. bXko-. 

elenge, for elende, A.Sax. ellende fpere- 
grinus), 0. II. Germ, ellonter, elilenter 
fexsul)? elling, miserable, Chauc. C. t. 
6781; p. r. I. p. 85; elenge, eliug 
Langl. b prol. lOU; eling Brand. 30; 
alenge s. s. ed. Web. 227 ; alange ^^ex- 
tr an ens', prompt. 9. 
elengeiiche Langl. b 12, 45. 
elelendis, elendis fms. helendis), A.Sax. 

elelendisc, foreign, hom. 1 , 79 8f 81. 
elreordi, A.Sax. elreordig, speaking another 
language, barbarous: an elreordi (fms. 
welreordi) feond La-^. 25658. 
elpeod, A.Sax. elpeod, another, or foi'eign, 

nation: for alpeodene gold Lay 2327. 
eldeodi, A. Sax. elpeodig, foreign, a. r. 

348*; alpeodi fragm. 2, 54. 
alpeodisc foreign. Lay 2301. 
el, A. Sax. {fel, 0. II. Germ, al, 0. Icel. all, 
eel, ^^anguilla\ prompt. 137; eles fpl.) 
Mand. 161; elis I. c. e. 50. 



148 



el 



elnen 



elger, O.Dutch alger, ^'■fmcina'' quo an- 
guillae capiuntur, prompt. 138. 
el see awel and uvel. 
eld see eald. 
elde^ A. Sax. seldo, eldo, yldo, O.L.Germ. 

eldi, O.Icel. old gen. aldar, Goth, aids 

gen. aldais, O.II.Germ. alti, eld, aetas, se- 

nectus, Otvn. 201; st. gen. 706; spec. 

48; ayenh. 69; Will. 5227; Langl b 11, 

43; Chauc. C. t. a 2447; Mand. 203; 

Wicl. genes. 16; a. p. 2, 667; pr. c. 

1613; elde me hap overcome /. h. r. 

22; fiftene jer pan was his elde JIan. 

9744; ich pas of spuche elde a. r. 318; 

elde, Hide p. I. s. VIII, 9 Sf 188; selde 

Xa). 11646. 
eldeii see ealdien. 
eldeii^ O.Icel. elda, make a fire; eilden? st. 

gen. 2892. 
elding^ O.Icel. elding, elding (eilding), fuel; 

eliding prompt. 136. 
eldreii^ A. Sax. eldran, yldran, O.L.Germ. 

eldiron, O.II.Germ. eltiron, elders, majo- 

res, parentes; selderen, seldere (eldre) La^. 

7364 Sj' 12616; eldre misc. 46; ildre rel. 

ant. 1, 176; eldren, eldres Langl. 3, 

261 (248 J; eldres Chauc. C. t. 6700; 

eldrene fgen.J Kath. 81; elderne dep. 

Rich. 6, 19. 
eldriiiges parents, ayenh. 36. 
ele^ A. Sax. ele Ettm. lex. 20, oele Bout. 

ev. gloss., Lat. oleum, oil, Orm. 13262; 

Shoreh. 41; eli Rick. thes. 1, 229; eole 

Kath. 2612; eoile h. m. 46; eoli Marh. 

11; a. r. 320; oli ps. 4, 8. 

elessep Orm. 8667. 
eled, A. Sax. seled, 0. L. Germ, eld, 0. Icel. 

eldr (ignis J, fuel; elet Beves 3088. 
eleii, A. Sax. selan, urere; comp. anelen. 
elfe see alfe. 

Eli, A. Sax. Elig, Ely, lioh. 6, 7. 
elieii oil, oleo ungere; elye Shoreh. 41; i- 
eled (7n8. iheled) (part.) Rol. 467, 7; he 
wes icruned and ieled La^^. 31941. 



eliiige oiling: pe laste elinge die letzte clung, 

the extreme unction, Mire 633. 
ellarne, A. Sax. ellarn(?), L.Germ. alhorn, 

elder (eller, ellern, eldernj, ^^samhucus\ voc. 

140 Sf 181; ellerne, illern, eller Langl. 

1, 66 (68j; eldir prompt. 137 ; see hiller. 
elle see elne. 
elles, A. Sax. O.Fris. elles, O.II.Germ. el- 

les, alles, Goth, aljis, else, Orm. 7983; 

Will. 1132; Mand. 6; pr. c. 1281; 

Hoccl. II, 23; elles hpar a. r. 78; 3if 

heo ouht elles understode o. a. n. 662; 

elles whoder p. I. s. XVII, 649; in len- 

ten_ and elles (ellis) Langl. h prol. 91; 

summe qveden selles (elles) La-^. 893; 

ellis sacram. 211. 
elleve see anlefen, under an. 
elm, A. Sax. elm, elm, "uhmcs\ prompt. 138. 
elmesse, A. Sax. selmesse, Gr. IXsyjjJioaovY^, 

alms, a. r. 222; ayenh. 17 ; almesse Langl. 

h 3, 76; Chauc. C. t. h 168. 

elmesdede ahnsdeed, horn. 1, 136. 

elmesjeorn ivilling to give alms, horn. 1, 43. 

aelmesmon alms-man, Lay 19662. 
eliie, A. Sax. ellen, O.II.Germ. ellan, ellen, 

ellin, 0. L. Germ, ellen, ellean, ellien, 

Goth, aljan n., O.Icel. eljan, eljun /., 

strength, comfort, horn. 1, 216; Marh. 

10; a. r. 106. 

ellenlses Orm. 10908. 
elne, A. Sax. ehi, O.II.Germ. elna, elina, 

O.Icel. oln, alin, Goth, aleina, Lat. ulna, 

Gr. wXlvyj, ell, Alis. 27 60; an elne long 

spec. 36; elne, elle prompt. 138; elle 

Octov. 934; elnen (pi.) Roh. 429, 3; 

elne st. gen. 663. 

elbope, A.Sax. elnboga, O.II.Germ. elin- 
bogo, O.Icel. oln-, olbogi, elhow, fragm. 
2, 14; elbowe treat. 139. 

elnjerde Gaw. 210. 
elnen, A. Sax. elnian, 0. Icel. elna, 0. H. 

Germ, ellinon, Goth, aljanon, strengthen^ 

comfort, hom. 1, 215; a. r. 10; elnede * 

(pret.J Kath. 672. 



elning 



en- 



149 



elning^ elnung", A. Sax. elnung, comfort, 

7, 1^0 ^^ 201. 
elp^ A. >Sax. elp, yip, elephant, rel. ant. 1, 

223; see alp. 
elpi see anlepi3. 
elteii^ O.Icel. elta Fritzners ordh., elt, hiead, 

St. gen. 2892. 
em see earn. » 

embe see umbe. 
emne see efen. 

eniti^ A.Sax. emtig, empty, ^^ vacuus \ prompt. 
139; Kath. 393; ayenh. 143; emti, emp- 
ti Chauc. C. t. a 3894; emti, amti Boh. 
17, 23 Sf 50, 1; empti a. r. 166; m. 
h. 151. 
emtieu^ A. Sax. emtian, emtigean, empty, 
vacuare; empte Chauc. C. t. 12669; po 
pet emtep pe herte of hire guode ayenh. 
58; semteden fpret.J La-^. 30408. 
en =: an? en ende horn. 1, 227; en En- 
ge(l)londe chron. Engl. 480; en middes 
Farten. 870; ene pe pridde day 7nisc. 
199. 
en-, Fr. en, Lat. in. 

enamuren enamour ; enamiired f part. J Man. 

9367. 
enbracen, O.Fr. embracier, emhrace; en- 
brace p. I. s. XXV, 113. 
enbreven record; enbreved (part. J a. r. 

344. 
enbuschen, O.Fr. embuschier, amhush; 

enbusche Man. 986. 
encens incense, Chauc. C. t. a 2277. 
enchantement enchantment, Roh. 10, 15. 
enchanten enchant; enchaunted f part. J 

Langl. h 2, 41. 
encheisoun, 0. Fr. enchaisoun, occasion, 
cause, ayenh. 205; enchesiin, encheson 
Roh. Ill, 10 Sf 452, 23; ancheistin 
a. r. 158. 
enclinen incline; encllne a. p. 1, 629. 
encloien, i^r. enclouer, cloy; 2iQ\onvL prompt. 
6; encloied fms. encloyde) Halliw. diet. 
333. 



enclosen enclose; enclosed (part.) Will. 

2220. 
encomoren encumher (incumher), pi. cr. 

483; acombre Langl. h 2, 50; encom- 

brip fpres.J IIoccl. 1, 355; encombred, 

acombred (part.) Chauc. C. t. a 508. 
encountren, 0. Fr. encontrer, encounter ; 

encountrede (pret.) Brand. 19. 
encoupen, O.Fr. encoulper, inculpate; a- 

coupede (pret.) Boh. 544, 15; acouped 

Langl. h 13. 459; acouped (part.) pr. 

c. 2947. 
encressen increase; encresce, encreesse 

Langl. h 11, 389; encresse Chauc. C. 

t. a 5488; encrese Will. 683. 
endetten indeht; andetted (part.) a. r. 

126. 
enditen, O.Fr. endicter, miditer, endite 

(indite, indict); endite Chauc. C. t. a 

2741. 
engin, O.Fr. engin, engin, spec. 58; Alis. 

1213; Chauc. C. t. 12267. 
enginour engineer, Man. 4571. 
enhansen enhance; enhaunsin, enhaunse 

Chauc. C. t. a 1434; anhansi Roh. 19 8y 

13. 
enlieriten inherit; enlierite a. p. 2, 240, 
enjoinen enjoin; anjoini ayenh. 172; on- 

junne (enjun^e, angeonni) (pres.) a. r, 

346. ' . 

enointin anoint, prompt. 140. 
enpeiren, Fr. empirer, Span, empeorar, 

impair, Chauc. Boet. 3418; empeire 

Mand. 316; apeire Langl. 5, 573 (6y 

54). 
emperesse empress, Boh. 440, 15. 
emperie empire. Boh. 85, 19. 
emperour emperor, Roh. 433, 17; s. s, 

ed. Wr. 1. 
enqueren inquire; enquere BeJc. 333. 
enqueste inquest, Bek. 333; Shoreh. 94. 
enspiren inspire; enspire p. I. s. XXIX, 

80. 
entente intent, Marg. 277. 



150 



ende 



code 



entiseii entice; entisede fpret.J Bob. 32, 

11. 
eniii, O.Fr. enoi, ennui, anui, annoy; 

anui (ennui) a. r. 04; anoi ayenb. 267; 

nui c. I. 442. 
enuien, O.Fr. ennoier, ennuier, anoier, 

annoy; anuie Havel. 1735; anoie Shoi-eh. 

36; anuied (part.) Beh. 1001. 
enYenimen envenom; envenimej:>, anveni- 

mejj fpres.J ayenh. 26 Sf 27 ; envene- 

med (part. J ll"ill. 4428. 
envie envy, p. I. s. IX, 69; c. I. 833. 
envious envious, ayenh. 27 . 
ende, A.Sax. ende, O.L.Genn. endi m. f fi- 
nis J, O.Icel. endi, endir m. ffmisj, enni 
n. (frons), 0. II. Germ, endi, enti m. n. 
f finis, ora, frons), Goth, andeis m. (axpov, 
Tilpac, TsXoc), end feendj, finis, Orm. 
19326; Langl b 2, 100; Cham. C. t. b 
263; se ende misc. 35; ])en ende a. r. 
208; pene ende rel. ant. 1, 175; pe 
ende pet tu "ant heo liabbed in ierdet 
Marh. 16; ech man . . . wende horn in 
liis ende p. l. s. X, 41; in eclie ende 
(einde) Rob. 34, 20; to ende bringe e. 
I. 288; ende, sende (eande) Za^. 243 Sf 
' 27505; sende proclam. 3; 3ende i^for 
iende) h. s. 2347; Eglam. 961. 
endedaj Orm. 7665; cndedsei Lay 3720; 

endedai Beh. 1963 (1973). 
endlang,' O.Icel. endilangr, endlong, in 

longitudinem, pr. c. 8582; endlong Man. 

12385; endlong pe bord Gow. 1, 182; 

endelong Rich. 2649; Chauc. C. t. a 

1991; endelong hire ant ppert over 

Marh. 10; he is endlonge feouwer & 

sixti munden Lay 21993. 
endeleas endless, a. r. 146; endeles Gow. 

2, 231. 
endli, M.II.Germ. endelich, final, Parten. 

4011. 
endesid 6'^. gen. 3777. 
ende see enede. 
enden, A, Sax. endian, 0. Icel. enda, 0. H. 



Germ, endon, enton, end, finire, a. r. 24; 

Orm. 3254; endi ayenb. 110; ende h. h. 

147; a. p. 2,402; ended, endep fpres ) 

0. a. n. 943; endede (pret.) Lay 8187; 

Rob. 32, 13; comp. ful-, ienden. 
ender, crnp. O.Icel. endr folim), M.II.Germ. 

end (ante), anterior? pis ender day (en- 

derday ?) spec. JIO ; an. lit. 11 ; p. I. s. 

XXVI, 2; s. s. ed. Web. 1080; Will. 

3042; Gow. 1, 45; pi. cr. 239; ])is 

ender night Arth. a. Merl. 917. 
endiuge, A. Six. endung, 0. H. Germ, en- 

dunga, ending, ayenb. 31 ; ending spec. 

59; pr. c. 3772. 
ene see &ne. 
enede, A.Sax. ened, O.Icel. ond, O.II.Germ. 

anut, anit, Lat. anas gen. anatis, rel. 

ant. 1, 302; ende ^^anas\ prompt. 139; 

(ms. hende) Havel. 1241. 
engel, A.Sax. engel, Lat. angelus, angel, 

liath. 666; a. r. 146; Orm. 143; angel 

Shoreh. 120; engles (pi.) Lay 29689; 

angles Brand. 9; englene (gen. pi.) a. r. 

92. 
Eugle, A.Sax. Engle, Angli; Englene /^i^w.y 

rel. ant. 1, 170; proclam. 1; Englene 

lond England, L'ly 17; Engle londi' misc. 

145; Engeloud a. r. 82; mang Engle 

peode Orm. 423 L 
Englisch, A.Sax. Englisc, English; an (on) 

Englisch horn. 1, 77; a. r. 130; an 

Englisc Lay 18231. 
eni see seni. 
eniii, A. Sax. eanian, Dutch oonen, can 

(yean), prompt. 140. 
enke, Fr. encre, ink, llich. thes. 1, 229; 

rel. ant. 2, 227; Wicl. Jer. 36. 
enker, O.Icel. einkar, singular aj: enker gre- 

ne Gaw. 150. 
entree, Fr. entree, entry, Langl. 6823; en- 

tre Man. 14091. 
entrin, Fr. entrer, enter, prompt. 140; en- 

tre pr. c. 5340. 
eode, A.Sax. eode, Goth, iddja, (pret.) yode, 



eom 



eower 



151 



iviy a. r. 52; spec. 42; c. I. 320; he 
eode a lond Lay 122; eode, jeode Roh. 
d3, 3 Sf 7y, 7; ede Jlvni 116; Mapes 
33d; 3ede s. «. ed. ifr. 106 4; Man. 
1 di)2; k 3ede into pe temple Orm, 136; 
yede Lhauc. C. t. 13200; sacram. 209; 
3ode j4mcid. ed. Kols. LXVI, 0; yode 
l^ijium. 631; m. h. 72; pu eodest muc. 
130; beggeres faste aboute eoden (jeden, 
3ede) Langi. prol. 40; comp. bi-, foreode. 

eom see am. 

eorl, A. iSax. eoii, 0. L. Germ, erl, 0. Icel. 
iarl, earlj La"^. 7661; lieJc. 607 ; eii a- 
yenh. 71; Chauc. C. t. 6730; 3orl Degrev, 
1681; eoiies fpi.J p. I. s. VIII, 161; 
Orm. 3080, 

eoiidom earUoni, La-). 11660; eiidom 
llavei. 2000. 

eorneu tee rinnen. 

eoriiest, A.Sax. eornost, 0. If. Germ, ernust, 
eumed, contentio: per wes feht swide 
stor eornest ful sturne La^. 16480; er- 
iiest ^^seriositasj arra\ prompt. 142 ; Gow. 
1, 207; Chauc. a t. a 3186; m. t. 128; 
eniest "pig7ius\ JVicl. 2 Cor. 6; mid 
gode ernest Roh. 176, 6; more for er- 
neste (Ian for gamen st. gen. 411. 
ernestful ILqcgI. I, 203. 
ernestli earnestly, a. p. 2, 27 7. 

eorre see irre. 

eorite, A.Sax. eorde, iorde Bout. ev. gloss., 
O.Jj.Germ. ertlia, erde, O.Fris. erthe, 
erde, 0.11. Germ, erda, Goth, airpa, 0. 
Jc^/.iord, earth fyarth, yorthj, terra: peo 
eorde horn. 1, 63; pa eorde (pe earde) 
Lay 27817; eorpe Orm. 2606; c. I. 06; 
eorpe, erpe, erthe Langl. 7, 2 f8, 2j; 
erpe Gow. 3, 02; ps. 11, 7; erpe (print' 
ed erye), erthe 'prompt. 141; eerpe rel. 
ant. 1, 282; erpe, ierpe fms. yerpe) a- 
yenb. 8 Sf 12; 3orpe ffor iorpc) mig. 
poet. 60; urpe treat. 132. 
erpedene prompt. 141; erdedine st. gen. 
1108; erthedin pr. c. 4700. 



eordhus Lay 2360. 

eordlic earthly, La-^. 26876; eorplic, 
eorpll3 Orm. 7036 Sf 10033; eorplich 
Alis. 420; urplich p. I. s. X VJI, 269. 

eorperiche, A.S.(x. eordrice, 0. IT. Germ. 
erdriche, Orm. 12132. 

eordetilie agricda; eordetilien (pi.) Lay 
22117; a. r. 414. 

erpetilpe "agricuttura\ Wicl. 2 paral. 26. 

eordepare, A.Sax. eordparu, inhabitants 
of tiie earth, a. r. 322. 
eorttcn^ O.II.Germ. erdiner, Goth, airpeins, 

earthm, terrenus; erjjen Ch'iuc. C. t. 

12680; pidiunen One eordene castle a. 

r. 388. 
ur]>liiig^ A.Sax. eordling(?), yrdling(?), "«- 

rator\ fragm. 2, 34. 
eotaiid^ eotend = eten? Lay 1376 Sf 1866. 
eoWf A.Sax. eop, O.Fris. io, iu, O.L.Germ. 

O.II.Germ. iu, Goth, izvis, (dat. ace. pi.) 

you; eop p. 7. s. VIII, 70; 3e hit iseod 

eop selven hotn. 1, 36; eow, eon (30U, 

ou) Lay 737 ^' 6466; eon r. s. VII, 3; 

op Kath. 277; op, ou, eu 0. a. n. 114 

Sf 1683; ow, ou c. I. 667; ou h. h. 2; 

non'of ou a. r. 266; demed ou sulven 

406; 30U Marg. 136; And. 6; 30W, 30U 

Will. 238 ^' 262; 30 w, 30U, ow Langl. 

1, 14; 30w,(yow), 30U Chauc. C. ,t. a 

728; 3up Orm. 89; T^ew proclam. 7; 

3en, 3iu hom. 1, 223 Sf 237; 3U spec. 

1311; 30 ant. Arth. XXV, 2. 
cowile, A.Sax. eopde, O.II.Germ. ewit, Goth. 

avepi, herd, flock: to |>ara eopde Oder 

falde hom. 1,246. 
cow«, A.Sax. eopu (for eapu?), O.II.Germ. 

awi, ouwi, 0. Dutch ouwe, oie, O.Fris. 

ei, Lat. ovis, Gr. oic? Sanscr. ^1^5^^, 

eive (eow, yowj; ewe rel. ant. 1, 161; 

ouwe Mapes 336; awe a. s. 3. 

ewelamb, 0. Butch oil am, ewe-laml, Wicl. 
genes. 21. 
eeweii see eawen. 
eower, A.Sax. eoper, O.L.Germ. iuwar, 0. 



152 



eower 



es- 



H.Germ. iuwer, Goth, izvara, fgefi. pLj 
vestrum; your Am. a. Amil. 832; ^iire 
nan Or7n. 9271; joure on Brand. 5. 

eower, A.Sax. eoper, O.H.Germ. iuwer, 0. 
L.Germ. iuwar, iuwa, O.Fris. iuwe, Goth. 
izvar, your, vester; eoper, euper horn. 1, 
13; eouwer La>,. 3662; oper, eur o. a. 
n. 1690; ower Mob. 500, 8; ouper, our 
a. r. 8 Sj' 70; he is jour Chauc. Troil. 
1679; 3or p. I. s. XXX, 58; or spec. 
37 ; eowre peode X^t^. 12526; eoure sun- 
ne r. s. VII, 88; oure soule a. r. 50; 
eure saule reh ant. 1, 171; oure (joure) 
. hure Langl. 3, 64 (72); in eowre londe 
La^. 12524; eoure godes 13947; in 
opre bokes Kath. 839; jure ffor jur) 
preost Orm. 934; i wolde it were jou- 
res ffor jour) Chauc. C. t. h 1464. 

epen, O.Icel. oepa (£epa) = wepen; epep 
fpres.J Orm. 9198. 

eppel see appel. 

er see seider, under a. 

er see ser a^id ear. 

erber see herber. 

erd see eard. 

ere^see eare. 

erende see gerende. 

erf, erve, A. Sax. erfe, yrfe, 0. Fris. erve, 
0. H. Germ, erbe, Goth, arbi, heritage, 
cattle, St. gen. 169 8f 183; of pat erfe 
pat tser pas drihtin to lake jarked Orm. 
1068; erfes "pecora\ ps. 148, 10. , 
er(f)ward, A.Sax. erfe-, yrfepeard, heir, 
st. gen. 934. 

erfte, A. Sax. earfe(V), 0. Dutch erfte, erte, 
0. Icel. ert, 0. II. Germ, arawiz, araweiz, 
Gr. opopoc, pisum; urfte (? ms. hurfte) 
treat. 132. 

erere "arator\ Wicl. Amos 9. 

er^ see arj. 

erien, A.Sax. erian, O.Icel. erja, O.Fris. 
era, 0. H. Germ, erren, Goth, arjan, Lat. 
arare, mr; erien and sope o. a. n. 1039; 
serien Xa^. 10030; eriin '^arare\ prompt. 



141; erye flr^/^wi. ^i^; erye, erie Langl. 

6, 4 (7, 4); eeren, ere Wicl. exod. 34; 

ere Mand. 44; Chauc. C. t. a 886; erede 

(pret.) a. r. 384; Rob. 21, 13. 
erl see eorl. 
erles, O.Fr. erres? earles farlesj: J)is tire 

laverd jivett ham her as on erles h. m. 

7; giffen on erles d. Arth. 2687 . 
erm see earm. 
ermen, A.Sax. yrman, from earm, malce 

miserable; erme Chauc. C. t. 13727 . 
ermine, O.Fr. ermine, ermine, p. I. s. VIII, 

182. 
erming, A.Sax. erming, misery, Alis. 1525. 
eriiiite, Zat. eremita, hermit, a. r. 12; er- 

mite, hermite p. I. s. XV, 64 Sr 78; e- 

remite (heremites) fpl.J Za^. 29851. 
eni, A.Sax. ern, aern, domus; comp. bak-, 

ber-, brew-, cwart-, scheaw-, slsepem 

(-erne). 
ern see earn. 
ernde see gerende. 
erne? 

erneful ernful, tristis? Chauc. C. t. ed. 
Tyrwh. 12236"". 
ernen see rennen and rinnen. 
ernest see eornest. 
Ernle^e Arley, Zay 5. 
erre see irre. 
erren, 0. Fr. errer, err, pi. cr. 846; erre 

fpres.J Chauc. C. t. 12377 ; erride f pret. J 

Wicl. genes. 21. 
errour, O.Fr. errour, error, Shoreh. 30; pr. 

c. 4266. 
ers see ars. 

ertin, 0. Icel. erta, '^irritare\ iwompt. 142. 
eruh see arj. 
erve see erfe. 
es-, ex-, O.Fr. es-, ex-, Zat. ex. 

essai, Fr. essai, Zat. exagium, essay; 
assai p. I. s. XXX, 166; Flor. 1500. 

assayen, Fr. essayer, essay, Zangl. 3, 5; 
asaie Will. 3764. 

examinen examine; examini ayenb. 153. 



es- 



eten 



153 



abaissen, O.Fr. esbahir, abash; abaist 

(part.) Mand. 2d 5; Chauc. Boet. 3047; 

abasched Alts. 224. 
escapen escape; eschape pr. c. 2678; as- 

chape JVilL 167 1 ; ascapie ayenh. 131; 

ascapen, askape Langl. 2, 180 f202j; 

ascapede fpret.J La\ 1611^'. 
eschete, O.Fr. escheete, eseheat; esclietes 

fpl.J Langl. b 4, 17 d. 
escluse, O.Fr. escliise, sluice; scluse a- 

yenh. 233. 
escri, O.Fr. escri, cry; askri a. p. 2, 

1206. 
escrien, O.Fr. escrier, cry out; ascried 

fpret.J Will. 3814; a. p. 3, 193. 
escusen excuse, a. r. 304^'; excusi ayenh. 

7 ; esctisede fpret.J Shoreh. 40; excused 

f part. J pr. c. 6077. 
esemple exemple; asaumple a. r. 112. 
afraien a fray; affraie Chauc. C. t. 8331; 

afraied fpaH.J Will. 2138; m. h. 21. 
amenden, O.Fr. amender, Zat. emendare, 

amend, c. I. 1117; amende Belc. 1094; 

amended fpres.J a. r. 420. 
expellen expel; expelle Chauc. C. t. a 

2751. 
expounen expound, Langl. h 14, 277. 
expressen express; expresse Chauc. C. t. 

a 1666. 
arachen, O.Fr. esrachier, eradicare; arace 

Chauc. C. t. 8979; SbrsLched f part. J Shoreh. 

136. 
essoigne, 0. Fr. essoigne, essoine, see Liez 

wh. 321, Biefenb. wh. 2, 290, F:ulms 

zeitschr. 1 , 340, essoin, Halliw. diet. 340; 

asoine Roh. 339, 10. 
asunien, asonien, O.Fr. essonier, essoiti, 

excuse, a. r. 64; asoine Bob. 339, 3; 

asoini ayenh. 242. 
estonen, O.Fr. estoner, astonish; astonie 

wyenh. 126; astone Gow. 3, 54; astoneid 

fpart.J Will. 880. 
astraien, O.Fr. estraier, stray; astraied 

fpart.J Gow. 2, 132. 



estrange, O.Fr. estrange, strange; stran- 
ge Bob. 16, 22. 

issue, Fr. issue, issue, Langl. h 16, 196; 
Man. 3084. 

? availen avail; availe, availle- Chauc. C. 
t. a 2401; availle Man. 3112. 

? avoiden avoid, evacuare; avoide Wicl. 1 
Cor. 13. 
es, A. Sax. jfes, M. II. Germ, as, carrion, 

meat for animals; ees ^^esca\ prompt. 143 ; 

pet es hom. 1, 123; ierne to pe mete 

ase dep pe bond to pe es fms. hes) a- 

yenb. 33. 
esch, Germ, escli ? esh ; comp. aver-, edisch ? 
esche see asche. 
eschueu see scheowen. 
espe see aspe. 
essel, O.Fr. esseul, essil faxiculusj? La^. 

18992. 
est see east. 
estat see stat. 
este, A. Sax. est, 0. Fris. est, eust, 0. Icel. 

ast, O.L.Germ. 0. II. Germ, anst, Goth. 

ansts, from an, favour, grace, pleasure, p. 

I. 8. VIII, 181; 0. a. n. 1304; flesches 

este a. r. 364; este fdat.J Triam. 1416; 

for goddis este Eglam. 904; esten ^'deli- 

ciae\ hom. 1, 241; estes fms. esstess) 

Orm. 7342. 

estdede st. gen. 27 58. 

estful a. r. 108. 
este, A. Sax. este, favorable, delicious: pat 

lond nis g6d ne bit nis este o. a. n. 

999; nas nan este f?ns. esste) mete paer 

Orm. 829. 

estliche a. r. 204. 
estre, 0. Fr. estre, state, place, Man. 5398; 

estres fpl.J Will. 1768. 
et see aet. 
etel, A. Sax. etol, O.H.Germ. ezaler, edax; 

comp. oferetel. 
eten, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, etan, 0. Icel. eta, 

Goth, itan, O.Fris. ita, O.K.Germ. e/.an, 

Lot. edere, Gr. ^3siv, Sanscr. ^f^, eat^ 

20 



154 



eten 



m 



Orm. 7806; Chauc. C. t. 9764; eten, 
eoten, eaten horn. 1, 31, 45 8f 53; eoten 
Mark. 14, 20; ete Wicl John 18; to 
etene a. r. 54; ete fpres.J m. h. 70; et- 
te pr. Cx 4675; etest rel. ant. 1, 264; 
est Roh. 238, 22; ayenh. 54; etep Shoreh. 
23; et Mark 17, 9; hi etep o. a. n. 
1007; set fpret.J Lay 8725; et Orm. 
11549; Havel. 656; Degrev. 1419; eet 
m. h. 39; at Belc. 274; £eten Lay 13444; 
eten Orm. 4797 ; eten, eeten Langl. 5, 
612 (6, 93 J; eeten Rich. 113; ete fsuh- 
junct.J c. I. 177; eten (part. J st. gen. 
329; Savel. 657; Langl. h 17, 97; Chauc. 
C. t. a 4351; Iw. 763; Wicl. John 21; 
etten s. s. ed. Wr. 837; comp. fr(a)-, je- 
eten; deriv. ^t. 

eten, A.Sax. eoton, O.Icel. iotunn, ettin, gi- 
ant, Trist. 1, 87; etin /. h. r. 118; 
yhoten (= ioten), eten ps. 18, 6; gete- 
nes (=ietenes) fpl.J st. gen. 545; see 
eotand. 

etcnisch, A.Sax. eotonisc, gigantic: getenisse 
men st. gen. 3715. 

eierc, A.Sax. etere, eater; eteres /'pi. J a- 
yenh. 47 . 

efl* see ead. 

e[»cl, A.Sax. edel, O.Icel odal, O.ILGerm. 
uodil, property, country, ^^patria\ fragm. 
3, 49; horn. 1, 115. 
edelpeope h. m. 31. 

eiTele see sedele. 

el^eni, A.Sax. {fedm, edm, O.L.Germ. athom, 
O.n.Germ. atum, halitus, spiritus, horn. 
1, 43. 

ed'ieii, A.Sax. edian, halare, spirare; edi 
Marh. 13, 2. 

eu see £e. 

euch see sehwilc, under a. 

evel see uvel. 

even see gefen. 

evene see efen. 

ever, A.Sax. eofor, O.Icel. iofurr, O.H.Germ. 

,, eber, Lat. aper; eaveres ^pl.J h. m. 13. 



everferne r«c?«WM«, rel. ant. 1, 52; a. p. 
3, 438. 

Eoverwic, A.Sax. Eoferpic, Yorh, Lay 
2669; Everwik Roh. 2, 21. 
evcse, A.Sax. efese, yfese, O.L.Germ. ovese, 

O.Fris. ose, eaves fovea), '■^stillicidium, im- 

lrex\ prompt. 144; evese mar go, Wicl. 

Toh. 11; wodez evez Gaw. 1178; ovese 

rel. ant. 1, 219; ovise Parten. 5504; 

eveses fpl.J Langl. b 17, 227; Man. 

14689; eovesen fdat. pi.) Lay 29279; 

comp. husevese. 
evesicn, A.Sax. efesian, efsian, tondere; 

evesede fpret.) a. r. 398; eyesed fpart.) 

pi. cr. 166; f printed enesed) Gaw. 184. 
cvcsunge, A. Sax. efsung(?), eavesing f easing), 

a. r. 142; evese or evesinge of a house 

prompt. 144; evesinges fpJ.) Jjangl. h 

17, 227. 
evete, A.Sax. efete(?), evet feft), n-ewt, Ha- 

certa\ fragm. 3, 30; voc. 157 ; ^^stellio\ 

Wicl. prov. 30; eveten fpl.) p. I. s. VIII^ 

138; evetes Beves 1539; ewtes Mand. 

61. 
evre see sefre. 
ewe see eowe. 

ewer, Fr. aiguiere, ewer, Man. 11425. 
ex see eax. 
ex- see es-. 
Exchaestre, A. Sax. Exan ceaster, Exeter, 

Lay 9766; Excestre Rol. 4, 12. 
fa, A. Sax. fab, fag, 0. II. Germ, (gi)feher, 

foe ffa), inimicus, infestus : hold Oder fa 

horn. 1, 231; a foo cragge Gaiv. 1430; 

fa fsuhst.) Iw. 874; faa pr. c. 1453; fo 

Havel. 1363; Bel. 870; fo, foo Chauc. 

C. t. a 63; vo (fa) a. r. 62; fawe Ithez 

d. Arth. 747; fawe (fan) feilis ant. Arth. 

VII 2; fon Bet 711; c. I. 683: voau 

(fan) a. r. 388; comp. ifa. 

famon foeman, Jul. 24; h. m. 41; foman 
prompt. 169; Shoreh. 41; a. p. 2, 1175; 
Town. myst. 134; voamen (famen) fpl.) 
a. r. 186. 



fable 



fsesernesse 



155 



foshipe enmity, horn. 2, 46; fi^schip a. 
p. 2, 919. 
fable, Fr. fable, fMo, a. p. 1, 691. 
face, Ir. face, fac3, p. /. s. XVII, 17 1. 
faculte, Fr. faculte, faculty, prompt. 140. 
fade, Fr. fade, Lat. fatiius, fude, Gcw. 2, 

117 ; h. s. 3220; ^^marcidub\ Wich eccles. 

11; pi faire hewe is al fade Will. 891. 
tK\\tn fade; fade i?. /. s. XXX, 42; WiH. 

079; faden fpres.J Gcw. 2, 117; min 

herte fadide f^^emarcm't" J Hul. Is. 21. 
fader see fader. 
fadieu, A. Sax. fadian, 0. II. Germ, (keun)- 

yaton, dispose, suit? fade Lidg. m. p. 30; 

rarten. prol 164; fade {part.? J Trist. 

3, 41; Fercev. 616. 
fad me see fadme. 
fiiec, O.IcjI. feilg: fimmanisj? Vortiger wes 

f£ec for her he his laverd biswsec Lay 

13007. 
fxder, A.SiiX. faeder gen. dut. faeder, O.L. 
. Geim. fader gen. dit. fader, Goth, fadar, 

0. Fris. feder gen. feder, federes, O. Icel. 
fadir gen. fodur, 0. U. Germ, fater gen. fa- 
ter, fateres, Lat. pater ^m. patris, Gr. uaxi^p 
gen. ii:axp6c, Sanscr. nTfTF gen. TtfQJj 
father; feeder, fader Lay 212 Sf 3199; 
fader IlaveL 1224; Langl 1, 14; Tor. 
2008; fadir Isumh. 313; feder rei. ant. 

1, 1; feder, veder a. r. 10 Sf 26; fader 
fgen.J Lay 398; Orm. 186; liol. 302, 
4; Town. myst. 182; faderes st. gen. 
1636; federes Marh. 2; a. r. 406; fader 
fdat.J. Lay 2279; fader (fadir) Ch(iuG. C. 
t. a 100; faderes fpl.J Rob. 127, 3; fa- 
deren fdat. pi.) Lay 0724; comp. eld-, 
foster-, god-, hehfseder. 

faderlcs Kath. 78; federleas a. r. 10. 
fa^c, A. Sax. ffege, O.L. Germ, fegi, O.Icel. 
feigr, 0. II. Germ, feiger, fey (fee), mori- 
bundus, mortuus ; fsei3e, faie, feie Lay 
298, 4694 Sf 9700; feye spec. 28; 
Shoreh. 124; Gaw. 1067; avow. Arth. 
IV, 6; dis feye folk Alis. ed. SJc. 397; 



veie Beves 3032; feye, fei5e Jos. 008 Sf 
669. 

f^iescipe Lay 21268. 
fseiesid, feiesid Lay 304 ^ 23488. 
fx^en, A.Sax. faegeii, O.L. Germ, fagan, 0. 
Icel. feginn, fain, laetus; faein Lay 11619, 
vein a. r. 192; fagen rel. ant. 1, 220 
St. gen. 16; fain p. 1. s. XVII, 412 
pr. c. 4662; Isumb. 666; faweii Havel. 
2160; fain, fawn prompt. 146 Sf 162 
fawe k. T. 1068; vawe Rob. 183, 12 
fain, fawe Ckiuc. C. t. 2439 (2437 ) Sf 
6802; with herte ful faine hid. Cov. 26; 
feinre (ompar.) Jul. 47; fainest (superl.) 

Will. 3933; a. p. 2, 1219; comp. ifajeu. 
fajer, A.Sax. faeger, O.Icel. fagr, O.L.Germ. 
fagar, O.H.Gcrm. fagarer, Goth, fagrs, 
fair, puicher; faeir, feier Lay 162 Sf 
3886; feier, feir horn. 1, 131 Sf 137; 
feir a. r. 206; chron. Engl. 603; k. T. 

446; fajer Orm. 6392; faiger st. gen. 

2636; faier rd. ant. 1, 226; fayer s. s. 

ed. Wr. 2633; fair, feyr o. a. n. 679 

&; 684; fair, feir Langl. 1, 10; fair 

Chauc. C. t. a 673; enne spude yeirne 

stude a. r. 236; faire sightes pr. c. 

9249; fehere, A.Sax. ficgerre, (compvr.) 

Kath. 2323; faire Horn ed. Lum. 8; 

fairre Will. 4437; fairere Brand. 33; 

feirore c. I. 737; feiruste, ve3ereste (su- 
perl.) La^. 4080 ^' 29663; faire (adv.) 

La^. 4842; feire chron. Engl. 612; fa^re 

Orm. 1216; he grette hiin faire Bek. 34. 

fairhBde pulchritudo. Brand. 9; Alis. 6392; 
Flcr. 1670. 

feierlec, O.Icel. fagrleikr, pulchritudo, horn. 
1, 261; feirlec Marh. 19; feirlek c. I. 
146. 

vairllche fairly, ayenh. 69. 

feirschipe pulchritudo, c. I. 690. 
fajer, A. Sax. faeger, 0. H. Germ, fagari ? 

pulchritudo? heo never ne beod sead pi 

veir to iseonne horn. 1, 193. 
fae^ernesse, A.Sax. faegerness, O.K. Germ. 



156 



fae3nieu 



faest 



fagarnessi, fairness, puhhritudo; V8e3er- 

nesse, faeiernesse La^. 22724 Sf 24266; 

veiriiess(e) a. r. 52; fa3eruesse Orm. 

12253; faiernesse st. gen. 1233; fair- 

nesse Chauc. C. t. a 1098. 
fs^nieo^ A. Sax. faegnian, O.Icel. fagna, 0. 

L. Germ, faganon, faginon, 0. II. Germ. 

faginon, feginon, from fae3en, fawn, lae- 

tari; fainen La^. 3588; faine sal ("lae- 

tentur'j alle pat hope in pe ps. 5, 12; 

fawnin %landiri\ prompt. 152; peonne 

Teined he mid ou a. r. 194; pulves pat 

fainen of hare preie hom. 1, 277; he 

fagnede hire st. gen. 1441; heo vseine- 

den pas La-^. 18807; faynede Jos. 243; 

fauhnede (fawned, fanned) wip pe tailes 

Langl. h 15, 295. 
fx^uuDge^ A. Sax. fsegnunge, fawning; vape- 

nunge a. r. 290; fanning spec. 23. 
fajrien, A. Sax. faegrian, O.Icel. fegra, from 

f8e3er, make fair, become fair: pus heo 

dod for to feiren heom seolven hom. 1, 

53; fairip fpres.J Alis. 2903; pis trau 

grenep and vayrep be his virtue ayenl. 

95; feirede fpret.J c. I. 876. 
fxien see fe3en. 
fain see f8e3en. 
fsBl = fal ? ruina, clades ? paet ne mihte pes 

kinges folc of heom fael makien La-i,. 635; 

pat heo wes al forfaren purh pere leo- 

dene vael 2921. 
f»lc, A. Sax. fsele, 0. II. Germ, feiler fvena- 

lisj? proper, estimable; fele La'>,. 3290; 

0. a. n. 1378; Mapes 350 Sf 352; Per- 

cev. 729; comp. unfaele. 
fxlien see fell en. 
far, A.Sax. fffir, O.L.Germ. far m., O.Icel. 

far n., M.II.Germ. var m., vare /., fear, 

Mapes 338; feer ^Himor, terror \ prompt. 

156; fere Brand. 8; Wicl. 2 paral. 14; 

fere, feere Langl. b 13, 162. 

ferM fearful, Gow. 2, 13; p. I. s. XXX, 93. 

ferlac terror, a. r. 306; ferlak c. I. 672; 
fearlac Kath. 39. 



ferlic, A.Sax. fserlTc, ferly ffarlyj, ter- 
rible, sudden, ps. 138, 6**; ferlich a. r. 
362; Alis. 57 19; pe fserllche died Xa^, 
6835; ferli Will. 3934; a. p. 1, 1083: 
Isumb. 235; an swide ferli sigt st. gen. 
2774; ferlTche frechen Kath. 732; fer- 
lich fsuhst.J mirum, La^. 5381 ; Flor. 
a. m. 456; feorllch Kath. 2j68 ; ferlik 
Havel. 1849; ferli Langl. prol. 6; Per- 
cev. 530; pr. c. 2955; ant. Arth. XLI, 
11; verliche fadv.J a. r. 178; Rob. 
299, 6; fcJerlike Orm. 3074; ferlike st. 
gen. 2799; ferli a. p. 2, 269. 
verlichh^de ayenb. 55. 
ikvm, A.Sax. faeran (terrere), 0. Batch ve- 
ren, vaeren fmetuerej, 0. L. Germ, faran 
fobservarej, 0. II. Germ, faren (olservare^ 
insidiari), fear, terrere, metuere: he pile 
him faeren ... & skerren Orm. 675; 
fearen a. r. 230'''; ferin "terrere', prompt. 
156; fere Langl. b 7, 34; JFicl. 2 Cor. 
10; pr. c. 2291; mir. pi. 98; ferde 
fpret.J Gaw. 1588; fered (part.) spec. 
24; m. h. 134; ferd Man. 191, 4; Per- 
cev. 925; pe3h 30 be ferd of 3our fon 
Will. 3366; comp. a-, for-, offseren. 
f«ren see feren. 
fieringe, A.S-ix. fgeringa, O.II.Germ. faringa, 

subito; feringes Man. 185, 10. 
fsest, A. Sax. fdest, 0. L. Germ, fast, 0. Icel. 
fastr, 0. Fris. fest, 0. II. Germ, fester, 
fast, firmus: fast k findi3 laf Orm. 1602; 
fast "fix s\ prompt. 151; vest ayenb. 
189; he makede his castles treowe & 
swide vaeste La'^. 11898; faste (adv.) 
Brand. 5; Langl. b 4, 29; Rich. 3331; 
Per cev. 1020; stike(de) feste (faste) La-^,. 
7533; heo riden vaste (faste) 97 54; so 
faste shal 1 binde pe h. h. 125; panne 
bihelden he him faste Havel. 2148; vaste 
Rob. 568, 26; faste bi Eadistone La^. 
9^'; faste bi pe Belle Chauc. C. t. a 719; 
on fest Eadestone La^. 9; balu com on veste 
1455; paer on fast Orm. 3334; faestro 



faeste 



fal 



157 



(compar.J Ln"^. ^775; camp, ar-, bl&d-, 
f hete-, schame-, sdp-, stede-, treowfiest. 

fsestliche, festliche fastly, La\ 18096 Sf 
21201; vestlaker f compar.J a. r. 234, 

fastrede fast in counsel ^ o. a. n. 211. 

vestschipe Jirmitas, a. r. 202. 
fseste, A. Sax. f8est(?), 0. leel festr, O.L. 

Germ, festi, 0. 11. Germ, fasti, fest; fest 

"Ugamen\ prompt. 158. 
fxsten^ A. Sax. faestan, 0. II. Germ, festaii, 

O.Icel. festa, fast f fest J, flrmare: in fe- 

teres ful faste festen Havel. 82; festiu 

^^flffere", prompt. 138; faste m. Arth. 

3324 ; and pat ich him wolde . . . faste 

on honde Roh. 160, 18; wo so fested 

hope on him rel. ant. 1, 221; fested 

(part. J pr. c. 629 o; fest, fast Langl. b 

2, 123; Will. 1660; fest m. h. 79; comp. 

36-, hand-, lif-, stadelfaesten. 
festinge^ A. Sax. faesting, ^'■fixura\ prompt. 

168. 
fastnesse, A. Sax. faestness, fastness, ^^firma- 

mentum\ ps. 24, 14; of fastnesse ^'■firmita- 

tis', Wicl. genes. 41 ; vestnesse ayenb. 104. 
vaBstnien^ A. Sax. faestnian, 0. Fris. festna, 

O.K. Germ, festinon, fasten, flrmare, La^. 

29061; festnen, festni Kath. 1180 Sf 

2011; festnen Orm. 1718; vestni ayenb. 

117; festne Chauc. C. t. a 196; fastne- 

de (pret.) c. I. 1426; fastned (part.) ant. 

Arth. XXXIX, 6; festened /. c. c. 36; 

comp. i-, unfaestnien. 
fastoing^ A. Sax. faestnung, fadening, "^r- 

mamentmn\ Wicl. ps. 17; festning hom. 

1, 67. 
fagin '^adulari\ prompt. 146; flatere and 

fage HMiw. diet. 346; fage "blandire\ 

Wicl. judges 14; faged f pret. J Lidg. m. 

p. 27. 
fajen see fDe3en. 
fajcr see faejer. 
fa^ien^ A.Sax. fagian, O.R.Germ. (gi)fehen, 

coljur, stain: fa3eden f pret. J Lay 16413; 

ifawed (ivOwet) mid blOde 4166. 



fAh, A.Sax. fah, fag, O.H.Germ. feher, 
Goth, faihus, coloured, variegated, Lay 
24663; fah, fOu p. I. s. VIII, 182; foh 
and grei r. s. IV ^ 28; foh f? printed feh) 
ant gris rel. ant. 1, 109; fouh fragm. «?, 
17; fow and griis Trist. 2, 9; fdw and 
grene rel. ant. 1, 243; fa3e neddren hom. 
1, 61; comp. goldfah. 

fai, Fr. fee, Ital. fata, Gow. 1, 193. 

faieric^ Fr. feerie, Chauc. C. t. 9617; fei- 
rie Will. 230. 

faier see fae3er. 

faile, O.Fr. faille, fail: wipouten faile c. 
I. 1162. 

fallen, O.Fr. faillir, fail, Gow. 1, 337; 
faile, faille Langl. 6, 326 (7 , 310 J; fai- 
li Gaw. 1067; failep fpres.J ayeyib. 186; 
him ne faillep no3t Brand. 13 ; pei sein 
pat we fallen Mand. 134; pe king . . . 
failede his mihte La-^,. 2938*; and fai- 
lede ... of his htire a. r. 404. 

fain see fae3en. 

faint, O.Fr. faint, faint, pi. cr. 47; feint 
"segnis", prompt. 163. 

faiutlse, O.Fr. faintise, feintise, dissimula- 
tion, ayenb. 26; pi. cr. 261; feintise 
Marg. 34. 

fair see fae3er. 

fait, Fr. fait, Lat. factum, feat; fait, feet 
Laiigl. 1, 160 (184). 

faken, A.Sax. facen, O.L. Germ, fecan, 0. 
Icel. feikn, O.R.Germ. feichan, deceit, do- 
lus, Orm. 12797. 

fakenliche, A.Sax. facenlice, dolose, fragm. 
8, 40. 

fakcn, A.Sax. fscne, O.L. Germ, fecni, 0. 
Icel. feikn, deceptive: heo pas faken bi- 
foren & atterne bihinden fragm. 8, 38; 
faken troppe Orm. 12666; foken Man, 
194, 16. 

faknicn, O.H.Germ. feihnon, deceive? f6ken 
fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 179. 

fal> A.Sax. feall, fell, fyll, O.L. Germ. 0, 
H.Germ. fal, O.Fris. fal, fel, O.Icel faU,. 



158 



falde 



fan 



fall, ^^casus, lapsus, rui7ia\ prompt. 147 : 

Kath. 2322; h. M. 15; Man. 10875; 

Lidg. m. p. 29; fms. fall) Orm. 11862; 
, Alts. 4412; val a, r. 326; for his leo- 

dene vallen (r. valle) La^. 29004; see fsel. 
falde, A. Sax. fald(?), Dan. fold, fold, ''ovi- 

le', voc. 204; horn. 1, 245; folde rel 

ani. 1, 209; Chauo. C. t. a 512; Wicl. 

John 10; I. h. r. 141; faldes fpl.J Orm. 

3339; comp. puudfolde? 
foldiu, Dan. folde, fold, put in a fold, 

prompt. 168. 
faldcn see fealdeii. 
faldiiige a sort of doth, prompt. 147; Chauc. 

C. t. a 391.' 
fale see fele. 
fai^e, Germ, falge, fallow (faugh); falowe 

^^novale\ Wicl. Jer. 4; falwes fpl.J Ilavol. 

2509; Chauc. a t. 6238. 
fallen, Germ, falgeii, felgen, fallow (faugh, 

felly); falwe ''novo\ prompt. 148; hi fa- 

leweden er])e chron. Engl. 94. 
fallc, A. Sax. feall, 0. II. Germ, falla, trap, 

"dcGipula\ prompt. 147 ; comp. musfalle. 
fallen, A.Sax. fsallan, O.L.Germ. O.lI.Germ. 

fallan, O.Fris. O.Icel. falla, fall, cadere, 

La^. 801; Orm. 7640; vallen a. r. 214; 

falle 0. a. n. 956; feolled (pres.) a. r. 

272; feol (pret.) La^. 177; Alis. 563; 

spec. 62; feol, veol a.r. 226 Sc 280; 

fel St. gen. 72; k. T. 1086; Launf 755; 

fel, fil Langl. h 14, 79; Chauo. C. t. a 

845; vil aycnb. 16; ful Brand. 1 ; feollen 

La^. 573; feollen, felle Kath. 1598; 

fellen Langl. b 18, 309; fallen c. I. 100; 

feolle (subj.) a. r. 58; fallen (part.) h. 

h. 108; M.and. 52; comp. a-, ajt-, bi-, 

i-, ofer-, tofallen ; deriv. fal, fellen. 
fals, O.Fr. fals, false (fausej, a. r. 74; 

Bel. 1004; fals (suhst.) falsum, Orm. 

12177 ; fans Jos. 208; false godes horn. 

1, 237; false domes misc. 149; pane 

valsne i)eni ayenb. 24; valsest fsuperl.) 

Lay 30182. 



falshede Rob. 225, 17; Gow. 2, 226; 
pr. c. 1176. 

falsliche falsely, Langl. b 18, 349; vals- 
llche ayenb. 28. 
valsere falser, ayenb. 62. 
falsieii, O.Fr. falser, false: his hereburne 

gon to falsie La^. 23967 ; falsen Chauc. 

Troil. 3633; falsin ^falsificare\ prompt. 

148; valsep (pres.) ayenb. 40; pet oper 

bileave falsie a. r. 270. 
fahrin falter, prompt. 148; pi limes fal- 

tren Chauc. C. t. b 5192; faltered (pret.) 

Gaw. 430; falterde d. Arth. 1092. 
falu, A.Sax. fealo pi. fealpe, O.L.Germ. 

falu, O.lI.Oerm. falwer, O.Icel. folr pi. 

folvar, fallow, fiavus; falwe Chauc. C. t. 

a 1364; falewe rel. ant. 1, 266; pe fa- 

lewe feld Rich. 461 ; to pe fale erpe Gaw. 

728; veldes falewe wurden Lay 27468. 
falwe see fal^e. 

falewl color fiavus? o,. a. n. 456. 
falwieu, A.Sax. fealpian, fealupian, O.Il, 

Germ, fale wen, become fallow, flavescere; 

valupen horn. 1, 193; his hew shal U- 

lowen rel. ant. 1, 65; fale wen shule pi 

tloiires spec. 89; fale pi r. s. I, 6; vale- 

ped (pres.) a. r. 132; falowip p. I. s. 

VI, 7; valouwep ayenh. 81; falewede 

(pret.) Lay 4163; falewed a. p. 2, 1539; 

falwed (part.) I. h. r. 132. 
faiii, A. Sax. fa,m, 0. II. Germ, feim, foam, 

spuma, Degrev. 1386; fom Brand. 19; 

spec. 102; foom ChiuQ. G. t. 12492. 
fame, O.Fr. fame, fame, Rob. 29, 11. 
famieii, fiemen, A. Six. f«mau, 0. II. Germ. 

feimen, foam; fomin "spiimare\ prompt. 

169; fomep (pres.) Wicl. Mark 9; famed 

(pret.) s. s. ed. Wr. 959; vemde Rob. 

208, 7. 
famlen, Dan. famle, Swed. famla, O.Icel. 

falma? f amble: stamereu oper famelen 

rel. ant. 1, 65; famplen? h. m. 37, 29. 
fan, A.Sax. fann, Lat. vaunus, fan (van), 

^^vannus\ prompt. 148; fanne voc. 233. 



fand 



fareii 



159 



faud, from findeii? of dis frait wile ic ha- 
ven fond st. gen. 336; after his Owen 
fond 3150. 

faiidicn, A. Sax. fandian, O.Fris. fandia, 0. 
L.Germ. fandon, O.lI.Germ. fiinton, from 
finden, seeh, prove, try^ tempt; fandie horn. 

1, 239; fanden Orm. 11336; fande Iw. 
316; Min. 24; pr. c. 2228; fondien 
(fondi) X«3. 2949; fonden h. h. 68; s. 
s. ed. Wr. 1489; let Adam fonden do tre 
de Noe barg st. gen. 3476; vonden a. r. 
194; fonde Chauc. C. t. h 347; Fereev. 
1466; he schal fonde pe dent of mine 
honde j&bn^ ed. Lum. IdJ ; fsincle fpres.J d. 
Arth. 984; iow^^]) Langl. h 12, 180; Gow. 

2, 106; fonde we pis toun to were Rich. 
4402; fondede fpret.J Bek. 717; fonde- 
den Kath. 121; fanded (part. J ps. 11, 7. 

vonclcre tempter, ayenh. 116. 

faiiding^ A. Sax. fandung, temptation, Orm. 
12262; pr. c. 314; vondunge a. r. 194. 

fane, A. Sax. Goth, fana, 0. L. Germ.. 0. H. 
Germ, fano^ vane, vexillmi, -prompt. 148; 
chaunging as a fane Chauc. C. t. 8872; 
his mast of silvir . . . and of red golde 
was his fane Eglam. 1192. 

fangel? comp. newefangel. 

fangen, 0. L.Germ. fangan Heine 8 gloss., 
fang (vang), caper e, Orm. 10799; fangin 
^^apprehendere\ prompt. 149; fange ps. 
23, 5; Gaw. 391; m. h. 80; i nolde 
fange (fonge) a ferping Langl. 6, 666 
(6, 48 J; fongen r. s. II, 4; pi. cr. 786; 
fonge Chauc. C. t. h 377; m. Arth. 3603; 
fonge, vonge o. a. n. 1136; no cold pat 
pu ne fonge Havel. 866; feng, A. Sax. 
0. L.Germ. O.Fris. feng, O.lI.Germ. fiang, 
fieng, fpret.J Lay 30680; s. s. ed. Weh. 
924; ich hem feng of pe Beh. 783; feng 
to pe fli3t a. p. 2, 377 ; veng to dellten 
a. r. 62; fonge, A.Sax. O.Fris. (ge)fan- 
gen, 0. L. Germ. 0. H. Germ, (ge)fangan, 
(part.) Flor. 1831; comp. a-, aet-, an-, 
bi-, i-, nnderfangen; deriv. feng. 



faiigere "smceptor", ps. 3, 4. 

fannieii fan (van); vanni his corn ayenh. 
139; fanne ^^vanno\ prompt. 149; fannez 
a. p. 2, 467. 

fantasie, O.Fr. fantasie, fancy, Alls. ed. Sk. 
384; fantesie Farten. 368. 

fantome, Fr. fantome, fantom, pr. c. 1197. 

far, A.Sax. faer (iter, vehiculum, navis), 0. 
Icel. far (gres-sus, iter, vectura, navigiumj; 
comp. infer. 

farcost, O.Icel. farkostr, proceeding, con- 
veyance, vessel, Lay 1490; m h. XIX. 

fare, A.Sax. faru, O.Icel. for, fare, iter, 
gressus, motus, veotura, h. m. 19; Havel. 
1337; Ali^. 7072; Langl. h 18, 18; 
Chauc. C. t. h 669; s. s. ed. Wr. 842; 
Min. 46; a. p. 2, 861 cj- 3, 98; m. 
Arth. 946; Fereev. 1037; ant. Arth. 
IV, 8; lud. Cov. 1^3; swulc fare of fleo- 
3en her was Lay 3904; her wes uni- 
mete fare 10236; al most redi was here 

. fare st. gen. 3179; wharf ore was al pis 
fare formest bigunne Will. 4680; song 
and cri and 'suche fare Mire 332 ; pei 
busldd pern wip riale fare Eglam. 1064; 
comp. cheap-, ford-, welfare. 

farcii, A.Sax. 0. L.Germ. O.H.Germ. Goth, 
faran,. O.Fris. O.Icel. fara, fare, vehi, irCy 
Lay 2612; Kath. 1664; Orm. 345b': 
Havel. 264; Jos. 506; wolde hom faren 
st. gen. 1418; farin "meare\ prompt. 
160; fare Will. 6142; Man. 6081 ; pr. 
c. 1863; Fereev. 1113; after him for 
to fare s. s. ed. Wr. 290; fare (prcB.) 
0. a. n. 460; pou farest ek bi me Pan- 
darns as he Chauc. Troil. 6132; fared, 
vared a. r. 120 Sf 214; and farep over 
pe flod Trist. 2, 17; fa.re fsuhj.J Langl. 
b 10, 406; faren Kath. 1393; farinde 
(part. J Lay 4262; wel farande l8U7nh. 
333; for fpret.J Orm. 1807; he fOr neh 
Ot^f his ipitte Marh. 6; and seodden 
he v6r to Lundene Lay 29367 ; foor 
Man. 7923; foren st. gen. 2482; fCre 



160 



farh 



•feald 



ant. Arth. ZV, 11; pei fOre forpward 

Percev, 1426; faren (part.) rel. ant. 1, 

223; Langl. 6, 5; sinden faren ut of 

life Oryn. 8361; comp. for-, forp-, i-, 

oferfaren; deriv. far, fare, ferde, fere, 

ferien, fore. 
farh, far, A. Sax. fearh, 0. II. Germ, farcli, 

Lat. porcus, farrow (far); faren (pi.) 

Alis. 2441. 
far^cn farrow (fare, ferry): pe zo^e hvanne 

lie hep ivar3ed ayenb. 61 ; pus beod peos 

pigges iveriiped a. r. 204. 
fart^ Germ, farz? fart, Chauc. C. t. a 3806; 

lud. Cov. 21 ; see fert. 
farton^ Germ, farzen ? fart, ^^pedere\ prompt. 

150; see ferten. 
fasil, Germ, fasel, jiluyn praetenue, fimhHa, 

prompt. 1 50. 
faselin^ Germ, faseln, in fila solvere, prompt. 

150. 
fasoun^ Fr. fa9on, fashion, p. I. s. XXV, 

41; fasoun, facioun IVill. 500 Sf 934; 

fasceon Mand. 205. 
fast see faest. 
faste^ 0. L. Germ. 0. II. Germ. 0. Icel. fasta, 

O.Fris. festa, fast, ''■jejunium', prompt. 

151; Orm. 11333; fasten (dat. pi.) p. 

I. s. VIII, 74; festen a. r. 138. 
fasten^ A. Sax. fsestan, O.H.Germ. fasten, 

Goth, fastan, O.Icel. fasta, O.Fris. festia, 

fast, jejunare, Orm. 11326; festen horn. 

1, 2d; veste ayenh. 50; fasted (pres.) 

rel. ant. 1, 211 ; fastinde (part.) Havel. 

865; faste (pret.) Brand. 5; veste a. r. 

126; ivast (part.) La^. 22310. 
fasten^ A. Sax. fsesten, jejunium; festene 

(dat.) hom. 1, 7; comp. midfesten? 

vestendei a. r. 318. 
fat, A. Sax. feet, O.L.Germ. O.Icel. fat, 0. 

H.Germ. faz, vat, "cupa', vac. 233; prompt. 

151; pet fet nick thes. 1, 229; pet feat 

Marh. 17, 24; a vet 18, 29; vete (dat.) 

ayenh. 203; faten (pi.) misc. 29; fattes 

Rich. 1491. 



fat, A. Sax. faet, fsett, 0. II. Germ, feizter, 

feiziter, from *f£eten, O.Icel. feita, M.II. 

Germ, vei^^en, fat, treat. 138; Rich. 6003; 

p. 8. 332; Chauc. C. t. a 200; (ms. 

fatt) Orm. 995; fat, fet *'pinffms\ prompt. 

151 ; fet St. gen. 2098; vet a. r. 136; 

ayenh. 53; pe vatte La^. 19445; pet 

fette spin hom. 1, 81. 

fetthed st. gen. 1547 . 
fatiiesse, A. Sax. faetness, fatness, '-^pinguedo', 

prompt. 151. 
fatten, A. Sax. faettan, 0. H. Germ, feizten, 

fat (fatten), pinguefacere, pinguesoere, Wicl. 

ps. 140; fatte Cham. C. t. 7462; ase 

spin ipund ine sti vor te vetten a. r. 

128; vettep (pres.) ayenh. 246; fatted 

(part.) ps. 22, 5. 
fattme, A. Sax. faedm m. /., 0. L. Germ. 

fathom, fadom, O.Icel. fadmr, O.H.Germ. 

fadem m., from fon? fathom (fadom); 

fadme '■^ulna\ prompt. 145; ane vedme 

La^. 27686; fedme Octov. 1656; fadme 

(pi.) Chauc. C. t. a 2916; fedme Alis. 

546. 
fattinieu, A. Sax. faedmiau, O.Icel. fadma, 

fathom (fadom), amplecti ; fadmin ^^ulnare', 

prompt. 145; mine armes weren so lon- 

ge that i fadmede . . . Denemark Havel. 

1295; frendez fellen in fere fapmed tO 

g-edor a. p. 2, 399. 
faucuii, 7'V. faucon, falcon, o. a. n. 111. 
faiitc, Fr. faute, fault (faut), Jos. 208. 
favour, Fr. faveur, favour, ayenh. 230. 
fawieu see fallen. 
fawuiii see fae.^nien. 
fax, A.Sax. feax, O.Fris. O.Icel. fax, O.L. 

Germ. O.H.Germ. fahs, hair, coma, caesa- 

ries, Will. 2097; Flor. 1545; Gaw. 181; 

a. p. 2, 790; ant. Arth. XXIX, 5; mir. 

pi. 183; vsex La^. 21873; faxes (gen.) 

gr. 45. 
fe, fee see feoh. 
-fealil, A. Sax. -feald, 0. L. Germ. 0. Fris. 

-fald, O.Icel. -faldr, O.H.Germ. -falter, 



feald 



fe3en 



161 



Goth, -falps, -fold; see an-, feole-, flf-, 
hund-, mani-, twa-, preofald. 

feald^ fealde? A.Sax. feald(?), O.Icel faldr 
w., M.II.Germ. valt m., valde /., fold, 
plicUj sinus; volde ^dat.J o. a. n. 602 Sf 
696; robes in folde Percev. 32; veste- 
ment of rlche fold m. h. 113; under 
felde s'pec. 24. 

fealdeii^ A.Sax. fealdan, O.II.Germ. faldan, 
0. /(?«/. falda, Goth, falpan, fold; falde 
Iw. 1425; Isumb. 307; foldin "pltcare", 
prompt. 168; pe feendes strengpe to fol- 
de h. T. 1118; sixti sir Eoger doun can 
fr. gan) folde Triam. 326; for no fa(i)n- 
tise Arthur nold folde m. Arth. 2547; 
his herte began to folde Eglam. 726; 
ant mei no finger felde spec. 48; care 
and kunde of elde makep mi bodi felde 
rel. ant. 1, 120; ope ane viealdinde stole 
ayenh. 230; f olden f part. J pi. cr. 227; 
Man. 11889; pe folden fust Langl b 17, 
176; folden in silk Gaia. 959; volden to 
grunde La'^. 15885; comp. bi-, i-, umb-, 
unfealden. 

fealc see fele. 

fearn^ A.Sax. fearn, O.II.Germ. farn, fern 
ffern), '■^filex\ fragm. 3, 42; fern, feme 
Cham. Boet. 1741; feme Arth. a. M.erl. 
8876; vserne (dat.) La-^. 12819; comp. 
ever-, fenfern. 

feawe, A.Sax, feape, pi. of fea, O.Fris. fe, 
0. L. Germ, fah, 0. Icel. far, 0. 11. Germ. 
foher, Goth, fans, Lat. paucus, feiv ffeawj, 

• Shoreh. 16; feape Kath. 950; feape (feu- 
pe) men p. I. s. VIII, 176; veawe per 
biep zviche ayenh. 162; fewe Mand. 255; 
a fewe men Rob. 18, 2; mid fewe worde 
rel. ant. 1, 183; ine feue ^ere Lay 387^; 
fifepe Or7n. 424; fowe, foue rel. ant. 1, 
85; foue (? priyited fone) ps. 106, 39; 
Min. 7; pr. c. 764; foe Amad. ed. Hobs. 
XXX, 4. 

feblc, O.Fr. feble, fieble, feeble, horn. 1, 47; 
p. I. s. XVII, 547; fieble aymb. 31. 



feblesse^ O.Fr. feblesse, feebleness, Rob. 442, 
11; fieblesse Cham. Boet. 3176. 

fecchen, A.Sax. feccan, fetch, capere, petere, 
ar cesser e, Orm. 8634; Langl. b 2, 180; 
vechchen a. r. 368; fecche Horn 357; 
an. lit. 10; p. I. s. XIII, 222; Will.. 
26; hpuch este mihtestu par vecche o. 
a. n. 1504; fecche fpres. subj.J r. s. II, 
44; if he fer fecchen fode rel. ant. 1, 
216; feight(e) fpret.) Man. 9058; per 
he d^d fsehte Lay 6460. 

feche^ Lat. vicia? vetch f fitch J, "vicia\ voc. 
201; ficche JVicl. Is. 28. 

feilen^ A.Sax. fedan, O.Fris. feda, O.Icel. 
foeda, Goth, fodjan, O.L.Germ. fodean, 0. 
11. Germ, fuotan, frojn fode, feed, alere, 
pascere. Lay 3253; Orm. 2080; Havel. 
906; veden a. r. 214; fede Mmd. 58; 
m. h. 43; fedep, fet fpres.) Langl. b 
prol. 194; fet a. r. 198; fedde fpret. J 
'Kath. 1843; St. gen. 2630; Chauc. C. t. 
a 146; fed fpart.J c. I. 1276; ifed p. I. 
s. XIII, 135; ived a. r. 206; o. a. n. 
1529. 

fed me see fadme. 

fefre, Fr. fievre, fever, a. r. 112; fevre a- 
yenb. 29; fivere prompt. 163. 

fe^en, A.Sax. faegian(?), O.Icel. fsegja, fegja, 
O.Didch M.II.Germ. vegen, feigh ffeyj, 
polire, purgare, ornare: faeien heore ste- 
den Lay 8057 ; fej de dus of dl brest 
filde fms. filde) rel. ant. 1, 213; feahe 
pi meidenhad pid alle gode peapes h. 
m. 45; feyede fpret. J d. Arth. 1114; 
fae3eden heore wepnen Lay 7957. 

feyar, M.II.Germ. vegaere, cleanser, prompt. 
203. 

feje, A.Sax. fege, aptm; comp. ife3e. 

fe^e see fse3e. 

fe^en, A. Sax. fegan, 0. Fris. foga, 0. II. 
Germ, fuogen, fay, aptare, jangero; veiea 
a. r. 396; fte s. s. ed. Wr. 2981; vie 
treat. 139; vlep fpres.) Beh. 658; feide 
pe lemes tO tire licame horn. 2, 25; mannes 

21 



162 



fe3unge 



felaje 



bodi3 fejed is of fopre kinne shafte Orm. 

11501; comp. i-, tofe3en. 
feahunge ornatus, h. m. 43. 
Teiunge^ A. Sax. fegung(?), Germ, fiigung, 

jundura, a. r. 78. 
feh see feoh. 
feht, A. Sax. (ge)feoht, O.B.Gdrm. (gi)felit, 

jiglit (f eight), pugna, Kath. 608; pet 

fecht, pis fecht hom. 1, 151; fejt a. p. 

2, 275; feht, feiM, feoM, fiht Lay 172, 

407, 1744 8f 18693; fiht Havel 2668; 

pat fiht G. I. 973; viht a. r. 358; Yi^i 

ayenh. 180; comp. ifeht. 

fihtlac 0. a. n. 1699. 
fehten^ A. Sax. feohtan, 0. Fris. fiuchta, 

fiochta, O.H.Germ. fehtan, fight ff eight J, 

pugnare, Kath. 603; fehten, fihten Lay 

1359 Sf 1580; fejte ant. Arth. XXXII, 

8; feightin, feitin prompt. 153; fihten 

Ic. T. 1078; fms. fihhtenn) Orm. 1842; 

fihte, vijte o. a. n. 172; vijte ayenh. 

15; (heo) vihted fpres.J a. r. 268; feaht, 

faht fpret.J Lay 1591 8f 4353; faht 

Marh. 2; fajt Roh. 274, 6; fagt st. gen. 

3386; faght Odav. 535; fauht Man. 

170, 19; faught Rich. 5677; fawt Tor. 

668; fuhten Lay 14037; a. r. 196; 

fouhten Havel. 2661 ; fo3tun ant. Arth. 

XLIV, 13; foghten (part.) Min. 20; 

foghtin Eglam. 439; comp. for-, ifehten. 
feightare^ A. Sax. feohtere, O.H.Germ. feh- 

tari, fighter, ^'■pugnator\ prompt. 153. 
fci, O.Fr. fez, faith (fay), fides, Beh. 2062; 

Havel. 255; sacram. 589; fai Legrev. 

428; feid st. gen. 2678; feip p. I. s. 

XXV, 136; Mand. 18; Eglam. 440. 
fcide, M.Lat. faida, feud (feid), Alis. 96. 
feic see i^'T^Q. 

feien see fe3en and feo3eii. 
feicr see fae3er. 
feih, fei3 see feoh. 
fein see f8e3eii. 
feinin^ O.Fr. feigner, feign, prompt. 153; 

feine Chauc. C. t. a 736; pi, cr. 273. 



feint see faint. 

feire, O.Fr. feire, fair, mercatus, Flor. a. 

Bl. 216; Mxe, faireLangl. 5, 119 (205). 
feid" see fei. 
fel, A.Sax. fel, fell, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. 0. 

H.Germ. fel gen. felles, Goth, (prusts)fill 

n., Lat. pellis, Gr. iziWa /., fell, pellis, 

Kath. 1617; Will. 1720; s. s, ed. Wr. 

2483; L T. 752; fms. fell) Orm. 10441; 

fel ''pellem, Wicl. J oh 2; pet fel Hich. 

thes. 1, 227; fel, vel a. r. 362 Sf 364; 

vel 0. a. n. 830; felle (dat.) Gaw. 1359; 

pr. c. 82; velle ayenh. 210; a feyer ping 

of flesche and felle Eglam. 29; fellen 

(dat. pi.) hom. 1, 225; comp. barm-, 

bocfel. 
fel^ A.Sax. fell(?) Somn. diet., (pael)fel Greins 

gloss., 0. Butch fel Maerl. rh. gloss., O.Fr. 

fel Roquef. gloss., fell, ferox, trux, p. I. 

s. XXIV, 35; chron. Engl. 791; ayenh. 

66; Rich. 4419; Chauc. C. t. 7584; 

Lidg. m. p. 145; a fel wind Langl. h 

16, 31; fel and grim m. h. 123; felle 

(pi.) Wicl. J oh 36; felle frekes Langl, h 

5, 170; mid hire felle wrenches Lay 

5302''; wit wordez felle a. p. 1, 367; 

felle (adv.) Trist. 1, 9; he lokede felle 

Octov. 936; nas never feller fever Will. 

897 ; felliste (superl.) ayenh. 61. 

felhede ayenh. 29. 

felli felly. Will. 3274; a. p. 2, 571; 
pr. c. 4449; Percev. 613. 
fel, O.Icel. fiall, fell, mons, m. h. 25; Be- 

grev. 1149; felle (dat.) Gaw. 723; d. 

Arth. 2489; felles (pi.) ant. Arth. I, 8. 
fela^e, O.Icel. felagi, fellow, socius, Horn ed. 

Lum. 996; Shoreh. 161; felage st. gen. 

1761; felaghe pr. c. 5485; vela3e ayenh. 

36; fela3e, felape hom. 1, 187 8f 201; 

felawe Alis. 2255; Langl. h 7, 12; 

Chauc. C. t. a 395; Percev. 460; felape, 

feolape a. r. 114; felowe Mand. 24; fe- 

la3es (pi) Gaw. 1702; felahes Kath. 2339. 

veolauliche fellowly, a. r. 38. 



feld 



fellen 



163 



veolaureden fms. -redden) company, a. r. 

106; vela^rede ayenl. 9; felawrede Rich. 

3137; k. T. 956; felaurade Horn 174. 
felajschip fellowship, a. p. 2, 271; felap- 

scipe horn. 1, 185; feolauschipe a. r. 

160. 
feld, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. feld, O.Fris. feld, 
field, 0. JI. Germ, felt, feld, field, campus, 
Orm. 14568; spec. 105; Langl. 1, 2; 
Mand. 50; Degrev. 269; pene feld La^. 
15285; a veld 17156; pen feld Roh. 
213, 2; veld a. r. 102; feld, feeld Chauc. 
a t. a 886; feild AUs. 3403; fild Per- 
cev. 1679; Tor. 3; Amad. ed. Robs. XVI, 
11; felde fdat.J o. a. n. 1714; vselde 
Lay 15188. 
felden see fealden. 

fele, A.Sax. fela, "feola, feala, O.Fris. felo, 
O.L.Germ. filu, filo, O.H.Germ. filu, filo, 
file, Goth, filu, Gr. tioXo, feil ffielj, mul- 
turn, Shoreh. 16; Will. 5; a, p. 1, 21; 
m. Arth. 6; ant. Arth. XXI, 2; peer 
pseren fele gode men Orm. 55; pe wise 
mon mid fewe word(e) can fele biltiken 
rel. ant. 1, 183; hii fele ger st. gen. 
2400; fele wordes Langl I 3, 338; fele 
sipe LFavel. 778; per vreore feondes to 
feole (fale) La-i,. 1286; & alle pa uncude 
to hire comen of wel feola (fale) londe 
2450; fele (fale) jere 13733; vale pti- 
send 22350; feole Kath. 89; Jos. 18; 
feole (veole) siden a. r. 236 Sf 320; 
fele, feale p. I. s. VIII, 5 Sf 35; fele 
(veole) peode o. a. n. 387; of so feole 
(fele) pinge 1772; spa vale pise 1663; 
fele, vale Rol. 9, 19 Sf 200, 11; fale 
EicJc. thes. 1, 232. 
feolefeld multiplex. Lay 4249; feolevold 

a. r. 180. 
felefaldien multiply ; felefaldes fpres.J ps. 

11, 9. 
U\e, A.Sax. fele(leas), O.Fris. fele, feel, 
tactus, sensus: reaves me fele of pine horn. 
1, 285. 



fele, A. Sax. (unge)fele(?), sensible ? comp. 
edfele. 

fele see faele. 

felefare, A. Sax. feolufor, fealafor fturdus 
pilar is J, O.H.Germ. felefor fonocrotalusj? 
fieldfare ff elf are, feldefare); felfare, felde- 
fare prompt. 154; feldefare Chauc. r. r. 
5510; feldfares fpl.J Will. 183. 

felen, A.Sax. feolan pret. fealh, O.Icel. fela 
fcondere, celarej, 0. Fris. (bi)fella, 0. L. 
Germ, (bi)felhen, O.H.Germ. felahan (con- 
derej, Goth, filhan (xpuTixstv, ^auxsiv), 
feal, celare; fele d. Arth. 3237; pat go- 
des gift fra man wil fele (printed sele) 
m. h. 3; fele fpres.J a. p. 2, 914; Town, 
myst. 67; comp. bifelen. 

feleii, A.Sax. felan, O.Fris. fela, O.L.Germ. 
(ge)f6lien, O.H.Germ. fuolen, fualen, feel, 
sentire, Gow. 3, 281; fele a. p. 2, 107; 
apol. 1; veled fpres.J a. r. 178; felde 
f pret, J Rob. 17, 13; Shoreh. 86; felte 
Chauc. C. t. 12449; feled fpart.J spec. 
68; comp. ifelen. 

fely, A.Sax. felb, fealh, ''occa\ voc. 180. 

fel^e, A.Sax. felge, O.Dutch velge, O.H. 
Germ, felga, felly f fellow J; felwe ^^can- 
thus\ prompt. 154; felo we voc. 234; fe- 
lien fpl.J Kath. 1944; felies Wicl. 3 
hings 7 . 

felinge, felunge. Germ, ftilung, feeling, a. 
r. 114; velinge ayenb. 241. 

fellen, A.Sax. fellan, fyllan, O.L.Germ. fel- 
lian, fellean, fellien, 0. H. Germ, fellen, 
O.Icel. fella, from fallen, fell, p. s. 189; 
fellin ^^dejicere\ prompt. 154; felle Jos. 
368; m. h. 45; walles felle o. a. n. 
767; felle an Oke Chauc. C. t. a 1702; 
fellen, fallen, feoUen Lay 4204, 5632 
Sf 8600; velle, fulle /. h. r. 30; he let 
fuUe pe grete tren Rob. 170, 14; felde, 
fselde, feolde, fulde f pret. J Lay 1716, 
1917, 3710 Sf 4089; felde Rob. 70, 13; 
Havel. 1859; felden AUs. 5844; feolden 
chron. Engl. 94; comp. ar, bi-, ifellen. 



164 



fellen 



feor 



fellen see Mien. 

feloun^ O.Fr. felon, felon^ Beh. 565; ayenb. 

29. 
felonie^ O.Fr. felonie, felony, p. 1. s. XIII, 

97; ayenb. 149. 
felt, A.Sax. felt(?), O.Butch vilt, O.S.Germ. 

filz, felt, prompt. 154; a. p. 2, 1689. 
felten, M.H.Genn. vilzen, felt; felted botis 

p. 26, 4. 
feltreii, Ital. feltrare, Fr. feutrer, felter; 

filter fpres.J a. p. 2, 696; felterd f part. J 

Town, my St. 85; filtered d. Arth. 1078. 
fel|)e see fulde. 
femen see famien. 
feu, A.Sax. fenn n. m., O.Icel. fen n., 0. 

Fris. fenne m., O.H.Germ. fenna /., Goth. 

fani n., fen, lutum, palus, st. gen. 490; 

spec. 54; pr. c. 566; pet fule fen horn. 

1, 81; a ful deop fen misc. 150; ven a. 

r. 138; fenne fdat.J La-^,. 21741; venne 

0. a. n. 832; comp. laje-, morfen. 

fenvern ^^salvia\ voc. 139. 
fend see feond. 
fenel, fenkil, A.Sax. finul, fenol, Lat. feni- 

culum, fennel ffinhlej, prompt. 155; fin- 

kil voc. 191. 

fenelseed Langl. 5, 156 {313 J. 
fenestre, 0. Fr. fenestre, fenestra, Brand. 

15; Langl h 18, 15. 
feng, A.Sax. feng, O.Icel. fengr, from fan- 
gen, captio, captwra, Jiom. 1, 39; fenges 

(gen.) La-^. 8610; fenge fdat.J o. a. n. 

1285. 
fenni, A.Sax. O.H.Germ. fennig, fenny, a. 

p. 2, 1113. 
fco, M. Lai. feudum, fee (feu), Alis. 7963; 

fee prompt. 152; fees (pi.) a. p. 2, 960. 
feo^en, A.Sax. feo^an, O.H.Germ. fien, 0. 

Icel. fia, Goth, fijan, hate, he at enmity: 

wip freomen pu art ferli feid misc. 86; 

comp. ifeojen; deriv. feond. 
feoh, A.Sax. feoh, O.Icel. fe, O.Fris. fia, 0. 

L. Germ, fehu, 0. H. Germ, fihu, Goth. 

faihu, Lat. pecus, fee, pecus, "pecunia\ 



fragm. 4, 20; feoh (feo) Lay 4429; feh 
p. s. 152; (ms. fehh) Orm. 3279; feih 
a. r. 326; fei3, fey c. I. 467; fe Havel. 
386; and gaf him lond and agte and fe 
st. gen. 783; fee Cham. C. t. 6279; 
Isumh. 90; Fglam. 294 ; liirdes that kepe 
thar fee mir. pi. 95; ml gold and fee 
sacram. 382. 

feoht see feht. 

feole see fele. 

feond, A. Sax. feond, 0. L. Germ, fiond, 0. 
Fris. fiand, fiund, O.H.Germ. fiant, fient, 
Goth, fijands, O.Icel. fiandi, from feo3en, 
fiend, '^osor, hostis\ fragm. 5, 5; spec. 
93; pe feond hine ferede La^. 237; feond 
he wes pes kinges 11352; veond a. r. 
66; feond, fend c. I. 893; fend Orm. 
12354; Fglam. 564; sacram. 884; feend 
Mand. 87; find Tor. 991; Aud. 2; feond 
fpl.) Lay 10311 ; viendes ayenh. 79; 
feonden (dat. pi.) Lay 373; comp. ifeond. 
feondliche fiendly, Lay 85; fendli Wicl. 

James 3. 
feondrses hostile course. Lay 23960. 
feondscade Lay 26039. 
feondscipe, A.Sax. feondscipe, O.L.Germ.- 

fiunds'cepi, enmity, Lay 7714. 
feondslseht Lay 16456. 

feor, O.Fr. four, price, hom. 1, 287; a. r. 
398; feore (dat.) c. I. 1091. 

feor, A.Sax. feorh gen. feores, O.Icel. fior, 
O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. ferah, vita: pa ich 
wes an yore (= veore ?) Mtene ^ere Lay 
15700. 

feor, A.Sax. feorr, fyrr (procul, longinquus, 
remotus), O.L.Germ. ferr, fer, O.Fris. fir 
(procul), 0. H. Germ, fer, ferro (procul), 
ferrer (remotus), 0. Icel. fiarri (procul), 
fiarr (remotus), Goth, fairra (Tcoppw), Lat. 
porro, Gr. Tcoppo), far .(vur), c._ I. 1304; 
Alis. 3851 ; pe nes n6ht feor (for) from 
heom Lay 543; he ferde to feor 1720; 
feor, veor a. r. 76 Sf 104; feor, fer Orm. 
6986 Sf 8473; feor, veor, for o. a. n. 



feorme — 

398 Sf 710; fer "procut\ prompt. 156; 
Havel 359; Iw. 1815; a. p. 1, 334; 
j,r, c. 3895; fur p, L s. /, 50; of feor 
a longinquo, hom. 1, 247; a fer afar, 
Gow. 1, 314; hi stOde a fur p. I. «• 
XVIII, 43; 'he ver hy far, ayenb. 112; 
of ferre londe Rol. 331, 19; into ferre 
londes Will. 155; into verre stedes a- 
yenh. 204; on ferrum (dat. pL?J Gaw. 
1575; m. h. XXI; o ferrum Min. 29; 
ferrom Mand. 271; fir, 0. Icel. firr, 
("compj Mark. 10, i; fir & neor hom. 1, 
137; fur a. r. 192; fur and ner treat. 
133; ferre, O.Fris. firra, ferra, Will. 
2613; ferre, firre a. p. 2, 97 Sf 7.66; 
ac furre fleep p. I. s. XXXV, 132 j 
ferrer, O.K. Germ, ferror, Man. 44, 25; 
Iw. 1813; panne walkede 1 ferrer pi. 
cr. 207; ferrer forth pr. c. 2329; fer- 
rest, O.K. Germ, ferrost, fsuperlj Will 
2433; it strecchep ferrest Alis. 4826; 
\, pe ferreste Chauc. C. t. a 494; pe fer- 
reste ende Kath. 1565. 
furwei, O.L.Germ. ferweg, via longinqua? 
er he a furwei com Beh. 1226. 
feorme, A. Sax. feorm, repast, banquet, lay 

14432; ferme rel. ant. 1, 131. 
feorren, A.Sax. feorran, O.I. Germ, ferran, 
ferrane, O.H.Germ. ferron, ferrana, pro- 
cul, e longinquo: pa ise^en heo nawiht 
feorren (vorre) a muchel fur smolden La^. 
25733; pet stod er veorren a. r. 288; 
pe Sonne and mCne and mani(e) sterren 
bl easte arlsep swipe ferren Shoreh. 137; 
of feorren icumen hom. 1, 249; is feor- 
l rene ikumen a. r. 70; of ferrene ifat 

I Xath. 1296; fro feme Havel. 1864; Hob. 

^ 193, 3; fro ferre Gow. 3, 95; ferrene 

kinges feme Tconige, Lay 3331; of ferre- 
ne (forne) londe 5328; of furrene londe 
p. I. s. XIX, 20; to feme halwes Chauc. 
C. t. a 14. 
feorren, A.Sax. feorran, fyrran, O.H.Germ. 
firren, OJcel. firra, remove; ferre ps. 51, 



feower 



165 



7; verrep /"presj ayenb. 178; firres f? print- 
ed firnes) a. r. 76''; iverred fpart.J a- 
yenb. 240. 
feorsien, A.Sax. feorsian, fyrsian, remove; 
fersen Orm. 14198; firsin Jul. 16; fur- 
sed fpres.j a. r. 76; comp. afursien. 
feorS'e, A.Sax. feorda, O.L.Germ. fiortho, 
O.loel. fiordi, a. H. Germ, fiordo, fierdo, 
fourth, quartus, Lay 3311; veorde a. r. 
228; feorpe, ferpe Orm. 530 ^ 4318; 
fierde hom. 1, 237; ferpe Gow. 3, 113; 
Chauc. C. t. 5946; Percev. 1118; ferpe, 
fierthe La^igl. b 19, 293; furpe Beh. 
587; chron. Engl. 429; Alis. 52; fourpe 
Mand. 234. 
fer|)iiig, A.Sax. feording, feordung, O.Icel. 
fiord ungr, farthing, quadrans, Langl. 4, 
41 {54 J; verping Rob. 507, 1; ferthing 
Chauc. C. t. a 134. 
feower, A.Sax. feoper, feder-, fyder-, 0. 
Fris. flower, fiuwer, O.L,Germ. fiuwar, 
fiar, fior, O.H.Germ. fior, fier, fiari, fiere 
m. f, fioru n., 0. Icel. fiorir, fiorar, fio- 
gur, Goth, fidvor dat. fidvorim, fidur-, 
Welsh pedwar, pedair, four (vowerj, qua- 
tuor; feower, feouwer, fower, feour, four 
Lay 25, 194, 1902, 2092 Sf 25395; 
feoper, fouper hom. 1, 49 Sf 159; vor, 
your (fouper) <7. r. 160 Sf 172; vour ayenb. 
124' fopre Orm. 507; fowre, foure st, 
gen. 559 Sf 816; alle foure BeJc. 2395. 
federfoted four-footed, hom. 1, 43. 
feowernoked four-nooled. Lay 21999. 
feowertene, A.Sax. feopertene, -tyne, Goth. 
MNQxi2:ih\m, fourtee7i. Lay 2567 5; your- 
tene Rob. 279, 3. 
fourteope, A.Sax. feoperteoda, fourteenthy 

Brand. 15; fourtepe Rob. 300, 13. 
feowerti, A.Sax. feopertig, O.L.Germ. fi- 
war-, fiartig, Goth, fidyortigjus, forty, 
Lay 31932; fopertij Orm. 15594; 
feorti3 hom. 1, 227; fourti treat. 139. 
fowerti3pe, A.Sax. feopertigoda, fortieth, 
proclam. 8; yourta3te ayenb. 13. 



166 



fer 



ferme 



fer see fa^/ and feor. 

fer see fser and fur. 

ferde, A. Sax. ferd, fyrd, O.Fris. ferd, 0. 
Icel. ferd, O.L.Germ. fard ^^w. ferdi, 0, 
JS.Germ. fart ^<?w. ferti, from faren, ex- 
pedition, host, agmen, Lay 1413 : o. a. n. 
1668; Havel. 2535; ferde, verde, verd 
a. r. 74, 232 Sf 264; ferd Orm. 14850; 
Roh. 19, 7; Will 386; ferde fdat.J Alis. 
5579; verde Hoh. 216, 4; wip grete 
furde M come to Engelonde p. I. s. XV III, 
10; comp. schipferde. 
ferdwite '■^quite de morance de ost", rel. 
ant. 1, 33. 

ferde^ M.S.Germ. (ge)v8erde? '■^terror', Wicl. 
genes. 9; a. p. 3, 215; Ic. L. 36; for 
ferde Min. 14; Gaw. 2130? pr. c. 6864; 
Percev. 911; mir. pi. 175. 
ferdful ^^terrihilis\ prompt. 156. 
ferdlaik terror, pr. c. 6427 . 
ferdli terrible, nug. poet. 65. 

ferdiiig^ A.Sax. fyrding, expedition, host, st. 
gen. 842; furding fragm. 2, 26. 

fere^ A. Sax. (ge)fera, from faren, feer, co- 
mes, socius, a. r. 114; Orm. 8608; o. a. 
n. 223; St. gen. 338; Havel. 1214; 
Shoreh. 69; h. h. 67; Mire 190; Amad. 
ed. Rohs. XII, 3; hir fere (feere, fiere) 
fleep fro hire Langl. b 17, 318; feere 
8. 8. ed. Wr. 244; IIoccl. VI, 23; Town, 
myst. 6; Eve his feere c. I. 136; fereu 
/'pi. J Kath. 1252; veren a. r. 86; comp. 
1-, pleifere. 
ferhede society, company, Roh. 138, 9; 

Alis. 3060. 
ferraeden, A.Sax. geferrseden, society, com- 
pany; ferreden Kath. 703; hom. 2, 115; 
feorreden a. r. 106^\- ferrede p. I. s. 
XVI, 145; Rich. 2278; ferrsedene fpl.J 
Lay 6020. 

fere feer (fere), company? in fere Will. 
1429; Chauc. C. t. h 328; a. p. 1, 89; 
m. Arth. 3702; mir. pi. 79; in feere s. 
3. ed. Wr. 263; Hoed, III, 40; in (i) 



fere Mire 25; i fere treat. 136; Degrev. 

244; i veore Lay 3286. 
fere, A.Sax. (ge)fere, O.Fris. fere, O.lcel. 

foerr (feer), 0. H. Germ, (gi)fuorer, feer 

ffierj, able, horn. 1, 25; Horn 155; Alls. 

3510; pat maldp pe sike pus fere Flor. 

2006; hal and fere Isuml. 601; hoi & 

fere Will. 1583; Man. 9650; fere, feore 

Lay 17618 8f 30601; fer st. gen. 2812; 

comp. unfere. 
fere, 0. Fris. fere, 0. Icel. foeri, 0. L. Germ. 

(gi)fori, O.H.Germ. (gi)fuori, ability; after 

pine fere Orm. 1251. 
feren, A.Sax. feran (ire), O.Fris. fera, 0. 

Icel. foera, O.L.Germ. forien, O.H.Germ. 

fuoren fvehere, ferrej, ire, vehi, hom. 1, 

11; i^imLay 4401; f^i^Q (pret.) Kath. 

5; Orm. 2661; Will. 30; s. s. ed. Wr. 

573; Amad. ed. Robs. XIX, 2; pa he 

to wode ferde La^. 302; hwou Eobert 

with here 15 verd ferde fegitj Havel. 2411; 

and glad was he i^ ani wight wel ferde 

Chauc. Troil. 4640; as a wod mon he 

ferde h. T. 98; furde Beh. 20; pei fer- 

den Langl. I 9, 143; forp pei ferden 

Alis. 181; comp. for-, purhferen. 
feren see far en. 
feri, O.lcel. ferja, M.H.Germ. vere, from 

faren, ferry, prompt. 156. 

feriboot ferry-boat, prompt. 156. 
ferieii, A. Sax. ferian, 0. Icel. ferja, 0. II. 

Germ, ferren, Goth, farjan, ferry, vehere ; 

verien Lay 32098; fere Flor. 2086; 

fered fpres.J hom. 1, 111; feriip p. I. s. 
Vb, 42; ferede (verede) fpret.J Lay 237; 

feried (part.) a. p. 1, 945. 
ferkien, A. Sax. fercian Sax. chron. 142^ 

flrlc, vehere; ferke Will. 3630; d. Arth. 

984; ferkep fpres.J Gow. 3, 295; ferkis 

Alex. 926; he ferked over pe flor a. p. 

2, 133; pei ferkid hem forp dep. R. 

17, 28. 
ferme, Fr. ferme, firm, "frmus", prompt. 

156; Chauc. Boet. 2148. 



t 



I 



ferme 

ferme^ Fr, ferme, farnij "Jirma\ prompt. 

156; Chauc. C. t. 263; he sette his tou- 

nes & his londes t6 ferme Rol. 378, 21. 
ferme see feorme. 
fermiii farm, "Jirmare vel ad firmam acci- 

pere\ prompt. 157 . 
fermien^ A. Sax. feormian, fearmian, farm, 

purgare; ferme Ilalliw. diet. 353. 
fermerc pur gator ; camp, gongfirmar. 
fern^ O.L.Germ. fern, fern, past: pe snow 

of feme yere Chauc. Trail. 7546; 1 dar 

nat speke a word of feme yeer Hoccl. 

I, 423; see furn. 
fern see fearn. 
ferren see feorren. 
fcrs fierce, Bel. 512; a. p. 2, 101 8f 217; 

so fers & so breme Will. 3641; fers, 

feers, fiers Chauc. C. t. a 1598; Ti feers 

man "ferus homo\ Wicl. genes. 16; wip 

ferse folke Eglam. 42; fierse bestes Langl. 

h 15, 300. 

fersli fiercely. Will. 1766. 
fersch see fresch. 
fersieu see feorsien. 
ferst see frist and furst. 
fert, O.Icel. fretr, O.S.Germ. firz, peditum, 

voc. 209; rel. ant. 1, 260. 
ferten, O.Icel. freta, O.H.Germ. firzen, Gr. 

ulpSctv, pedere: bucke vertep a. s. 4. 
fervent, Fr. fervent, fervent, ayenl. 121. 
fesaunt, Fr. faisan, pheasant, prompt, 158. 
fese feese; vese '■'■impetus\ Chauc. C. t. a 
■ 1985, 
fesiu, A. Sax. fesian, feese ffease, feisej, fu- 

gare, prompt. 158; i^^Q Ilalliw. diet. 354; 

fese a wey pe cat Ber. 351; fesed 

[part. J Man. 192] 1 Sf 274, 14; d. 

Arth. 2842; fesid p. r. I. p. 198; ife- 

sid into helle p. I. s. II, 172. 
fest, O.Fr. feste, Lat. festum, feast, m. h. 

39; pat feste Havel. 2354; feste fpl.J 

a. r. 222. 
fest see faist. 
festin, 0. Fr. fester, feast, make a feast, 



fetles 



167 



prompt. 158; he festep hem Chauc. C 
t. a 2193. 

festen see faesten and fasten. 

fester fester, suppuratio, nug. poet. 65; comp. 
gutefestre ? 

feestrin fester, suppurare, prompt. 158; so 
festred ben his woundes Langl. h 17 , 92. 

fet see fat. 

feter, A. Sax. fetor f.f?J, O.L.Germ. feter, 
O.Icel. fioturr m., O.H.Germ. fezera /., 
fetter, compes; fetir prompt. 159; feteres 
("plj Havel. 82; Bek. 15; Gam. 384; 
veteres agenb. 128. 

fetiiiok "sera compeditalis" , prompt. 159; 
a litil fetirlok of gold w. a. i. 37. 

feterieii, A.Sax. (ge)feterian, O.Fris. fitera, 
O.Icel. j&otra, O.H.Germ. (ka)fezaron, fet- 
ter, compedire ; feteren Gam. 384; binde 
and fetere Havel. 27 58; fettred (part.) 
Langl. h 17 , 110; comp. ifeterien. 

fetien, fetten, A.Sax. fetian, faetian, fettan, 
0. Butch vaten, vatten, M.H.Germ. vai^^en, 
fet (fat), caper e, ar cesser e; feten st. gen. 
2744; 1 shal pe fete bred an chese 
Havel. 642; fette Jos. 167; Gow. 2, 
198; h T. 363; Octov. 549; a. f. 2, 
802; fette, vette Roh. 147, 20 Sf 325, 
4; his fo fettep him in uche ende c. I. 
430; fette fpret.J st. gen. 1535; Langl. 
h 2, 64; and mete inou3 hem fette Bek. 
888; he vette feperhome hom. 1, 81; 
fgette (vette) La->,. 9177; Mia Kath. 720; 
fet f part. J rel. ant. 1, 128; Langl. 14569; 
Chauc. C. t. a 819; comp. ifetten. 

fetis, O.Fr. fetis, faitis, faictis, well made. 
Will. 126; Chauc. C. t. a 157. 

fetlak, Germ, feszlach? fetlock; feetlakes 
(pi.) Rich. 5816; fitlokes Arth. a. Merl. 
5902. 

fetlen fettle, parare; fetled (part.) Gaw. 656; 
feteled d. Arth. 2149; fetild Town. myst. 
309. 

fetles, A.Sax. fsQtels (halteus)? vasculum, Orm. 
14450; vetles a. r. 164; a strong vetles 



168 



fetten 



file 



Marg. 207; fetles, feteles st. gen. 561 

. Sf 1225. 

fetten see fatten and fetien. 

fetiire, O.Fr. feture, faiture, feature; fettl- 
res fplj Will. 857; Gaw. 145. 

feifer see feower. 

fej»ere^ A. Sax. feder, fider /. w., 0. Icel. 
fiodr, O.L.Germ. fethera, O.II.Germ. federa 
/., Gr. TiTspov n., feather ffitherj, penna, 
La^. 49; feper o. a. n. 1688; feper, fe- 
pere Chduc. C. t. a 2144; fedir prompt. 
152; voc. 221; fiper a. p. 2, 1026; ve- 
deren fpl.j a. r. 140; veperen ayenh. 270. 
feperbed feather-hed, a. p. 3, 158. 
federhome (feperhame) Lay 2874; feper- 
hoine horn, i, 81. 

feiterien^ A.Sax. (ge)fiderian, feather; fepe- 
red f part. J Will. 191; comp. ifiderien. 

feitme see fadme. 

veflreii, from foder, charge, a. r. 140; i- 
vedred (ifedered) pet is i charged 204. 

fevre see fefre. 

fewc see feawe. 

fi^ M.ILGerm.il, fy (fie), Will. 481; s. s. 
ed. Weh. 1599; k. T. 612. 

ficchen^ O.Fr. ficher, fix, Chauc. Boet. 2446; 
fichede fpret.J d. -Arth. 4239. 

ficheu^ O.Fr. fissel? fitchew, pi. cr. 295. 

fieii see fe5en. 

fier see fur. 

fieriTe see feorde. 

fit A.Sax. fif, fife, O.L.Germ. fif, fivi, 0. 
Fris. fif, O.II.Germ. fimf, finf, fimfi, finfi, 
Goth, fimf, O.Icel. fimm, Gr. ttIjitis, Welsh 
pump, five, quinque, h. T. 1017 ; a. p. 1, 
848; fifjereX^^. 11675; mid fif hund- 
red cnihten 1425; fif monep Orm. 233; 
vlf a. r. 26; purh fife grimme pundes 
Orm. 1443; betere is on almesse before 
panne ben after vive p. I. s. VIII, 14; 
cnihtes sunen vive La-^. 13993 ; pe vor- 
meste vive a. r. 32. 
fififeald, O.II.Germ. finffalter, fivefold, horn. 
2, 35; fiffald Orm. 7836. 



fiftene, A.Sax. fiftene, -tyne, fifteen, quiu' 

decim. Lay 301; Roh. 70, 20. 
vifteo])e fifteenth, p. I. s. XII, 142; fif- 
tepe Degrev. 1869; fiftende Orm. 9170. 
fiftij, A. Sax. fiftig, fifty, quinquaginta, 

Orm. 8102; fifti Lay 1285. 
fifteo3ade fiftieth, hom. 1, 89; fiftugede 
2, 117. 

fifte, A.Sax. O.Fris. fifta, O.II.Germ. finf- 
to, fimfto, O.Icel. fimti, fifth ffiftj, qmn- 
tus, st. gen. 159; Will. 1322; Langl. h 
14, 298; pr. c. 3088; vifte a. r. 110. 

fige, Fr. figue, fig, Mand. 50; figes fpl.J 
a. r. 150. 

iigQixQ fig-tree, prompt. 159; figetree Wicl. 
John 1. 

figure^ Fr. figure, figure, ayenh. 234. 

fihteu see fehten. 

iikel, A. Sax. ficol, ficUe, dolosus, Havel. 
1210; Alis. 2661; Langl. 3, 117 (12 Ij; 
transact. 18, 22; a. p. 3, 283; pr. c. 
1088 ; fikel and fals hom. 1, 185; vikel 
misc. 93; fildl s. s. ed. Wr. 985; pis 
fikele porld h. m. 7 ; fikele & spikele 
reades a. r. 268. 

fikelliche ficMy: fike(l)li pai dide ^'dolose 
agehant'\ ps. 5, 11. 

fikelare^ vikelare adulator, a. r. 84 ^' 86. 

iikelien adulari; fikele Roh. 31, 18; vike- 
led (pres.) a. r. 84 ^^ 198; fikelinde 
(part.) hom. 1, 253. 

fikeluuge adulatio, a. r. 82; fikeiing Roh. 
30, 16. 

fikien^ A.Sax. (be)fician, O.Icel. fikaz (ap- 
petere)? fike (fivh); fikin aboute ^'■vagari', 
prompt. 162; a wai fike Rich. 47 49; fi- 
ke adulari, spec. 46; nuUe we nout mit 
te fike (nugari?) Hick. thes. 1, 225; pu 
fikest (adularis) Marh. 13, 21; fiked 
mid te heaved & stinged mid te telle a. 
r. 206; fiked & fonded al his migt rel. 
ant. 1, 223; vikiinde (part.) a. r. 256' 
fiked (pret.) Gaw. 2274. 

file, A.Sax. feol, O.II.Germ. fila, fihala, 



file 



firs 



169 



pe^ ^Hima\ prompt. 160; Cham. C. t. a 

2608; vile, file a. r. 184. 

vilcveste a. r. 244. 
file file, ivorthJess person, Man. 96, 17 ; Min. 

31; rel ant. 1, 194; fiile file Havel 

2499; fals file IlaUhv. diet. 366. 
fileii see ffilen. 

iilet, 0. Fr. filet, fillet, Chauc. C. t. a 3243. 
iilghcu see fol3en. 
filiii^ O.lI.Germ. h\o\\, file, Himare', prompt. 

160; file Chauc. p. f. 212; vlled fpres.J 

a. r. 184; filed fpaH.J Gaw. 2226; i- 

viled a. r. 284. 
Hllc, A. Sax. fille voc. 79, serpyllum, spec. 

44; worp a fille Hob. 297, 11; Belc. 946. 
Hllc see fuUe. 
fiiiii^ A.Sax. film, film, '^foUicuIus\ prompt. 

160. 
iilstcu see fulsteii, under fill. 
iiltreu see feltren. 
fil|)e see fCilde. 

fin, O.Fr. fin, finis, misc. 144; liar el. 22. 
fill, M.H.Germ. fin, vlu, O.Icel. finn, O.Fr. 

fin, fiyie, chron. Engl. 628; spec. 62; 

Alls. 2667 ; Octov. 17 64; fineste fsuperl.J 

Langl. h 2, 9. 

finliche finely, c. I. 1132; Will. 768. 
finch, A.Sax. fine, O.lI.Germ. finco, finch, 

Chauc. C. t. a 662 ; comp. chaf-, goldfinch. 
iinde? comp. earfedfinde. 
findcn, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.lI.Germ. findan, 

O.Fris. finda, Goth, finpan, O.Icel. finna, 

find, invenire, La\ 1232; Orm. 383; an. 

lit. 3; finde o. a. n. 470; hi heten him 

sikernisse finde. ^^^. 800; vinded/>r^sy 

La'i,. 21780; vint o. a. n. 696; ayenh. 

74; fand (pret.) Trist. 1, 62; Iw. 1706; 

Isuml. 374; fond st. gen. 440; Langl. 

9926; Chauc. C. t. a 663; Mand. 220; 

ich him fond Jigge Brand. 27; vond a. 

r. 268; funden Za^. 277; Orm. 3398; 

St. gen. 2948; Havel 602; fonde Brand. 

6; funde fsubj.J p. I s. VIII, 34; Orm. 

833; funden (part.) Iw. 1734; pr. c. 



4608; avow. Arth. LVI, 12: funden, 
funde Havel 1427 Sf 2376; founden 
Chauc. Troil 6603; fonden Percev. 1902; 
comp. a-, ifinden; deriv. fand(?), fandien, 
fundien. 

iiuflare finder, ^Hnventor\ prompt. 161. 

iinili^ see fundi. 

iinding, O.lI.Germ. (ar)finduiiga, finding, in- 
ventio, Wicl. wisd. 14. 

findles, fundles, Djn. findelse, invention, a. 
r. 6 Sf 8. 

find ling see fundeling. 

fiuen, 0. Fr. finer, finire; fine Horn ed. 
Lum. 262; fined ^pret.J a. p. 2, 460. 

finger, A.Sax. O.Fris. finger, O.lI.Germ. 
finger, fingar, O.Icel fingr, Goth, figgrs, 
finger, digitus, c. I 1104; fingres fplj 
Bek. 1194; vingres a. r. 290; fingren 
(dat. pi) Lay 49. 
fingerneil horn. 1, 281. 

fiiigirling. Germ, fingerling, ^'■digitahulum', 
prompt. 161. 

finlssen, Fr. finir, finish; finischid (part. J 
Will 6398. 

finnc, A.Sax. finn, 0. Butch vinne, Lat. pin- 
na, fin, voc. 221; prompt. 161; a. p. 2, 
631; finnes fplj Marh. 9; vinnes Alis. 
6691 

fiole, Fr. fiole, Lat. phiala, vial, Wicl. numh. 7 . 

fir see fur. 

finne see forme. 

firmament, Fr. firmament, firmament, st. gen. 
96; Bob. 112, 19. 

firre, A.Sax. furh(?), O.H.Germ. forha, foraha, 
O.Icel fura, fyra, fir, ^^abies\ voc. 228; 
Chauc. C. t. a 2921; firris fplj Wicl. 
4 kings 19. 
firretre fir-tree, voc. 192. 

firren abiegmis: a fixxQ^Q ^qvjq Havel 207 8 

firren see feorr^n. 

firs, A.Sax. fyre frhamnusj voc. 80, fyrsas 
frubosj Greins gloss. 1, 364, furze; firse 
^^saliunculd\ Wicl. Is. 66; with a wispe 
of firsen (firses) Langl 6, 196 (361). 

22 



170 



firsien 



fl&sh 



firsieu see feorsien. 

first, A, Sax. first, fyrst, O.H.Germ. first 

fculmenj, ^Haquear\ fragm. 4, S. 
first see frist and furst. 
iis, Sived. fis, Dan. fiis, flatus, voe. 209; 

see ftst. 
fisch, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.ILGerm. fisc, 0. 

IceL fiskr, Goth, fisks, Lat. piscis, flsh, 

Brand. 8; fiscli . . . whon pe worm lie 

swolewep c. I. 1129; fisc (fis) La>y 1235; 

fis st. gen. 162 ; fis, fihs o. a. n. 1007; 

Yiss lich. 265, 9; pane viss ayenh. 50; 

fisches (gen.) Brand. 11; fi^>ches fpl.J 

Lay 2009; Shoreh. 146; fishes LangJ. h 

15, 581; fiskes Orm. 13297; fisses Ilich. 

thes. 1, 223; st. gen. 2945; fiiscen fdat. 

pi J La-). 21743; fische 3Iand. 103. 

fiscbrowe ^^garuni\ voc. 241. 

fisdileep "nassa\ prompt. 163. 
Ilshere, A. Sax. fiscere, 0. IT. Germ, fiscari, 

flsher, pif.eator, Horn ed. Hits. 1134; 

Havel. 2230; fiscsere Lay 9083; fischare 

prompt. 162; fixere horn. 1, 97; vissere 

ayenh. 50; fischeris fpl.J Wiel. Is. 19. 
fischej), A. Sax. fiscad, Lat. piscatus: (h)is 

men were iwend a vissep Itoh. 264, 22. 
fischiii, A. Sax. fiscian, 0. Icel. fiskja, 0. II. 

Germ, fiscon, Goth, fiskon, fish, ^^piscari", 

prompt. 163; fissen Hern ed. Lum. 1136; 

fischede fpret J p. I. s. XX, 3. 
fischiiige fishing: pat bep ago ... a vissin- 

ge liob. 265, 8. 
fisiciaii, 0. Fr. fisicien, phisicien, physician, 

ayenh. 172. 
fisike, O.Fr. fisique, ^\n&i({\ie, physic, ayenh. 53. 
fiskcii fisic: fiskin aboute ^'■vagari', prompt. 

162; fiskep ... aboute Langl. ed. Whit. 

155; lie fiskez hem bifore Gaw. 1704. 
fiist, 0. Dutch vist (vijst), fyd (foist), fla- 
tus, prompt. 163. 
fiistin, Germ, fisten, 0. Dutch visten, fyst 

(foist), flatimi edere, prompt. 163. 
lit flt, ^'■congruus\ prompt. 163; his fitte 

(par?) 0. a. n. 784. 



fetli fltly? Gate. 1758. 
fit, fitte? A.Sax. fitt Greiiis gloss. 1, 300, 

flt, certamen, Chauc. C. t. a 4230; fifct 

Eglam. 254. 
fitereii? fitered elopes Mire 1146. 
fitiii, fittin ? fltten, ^^mendacimn\ prompt. 163, 
iltte, A. Sax. fitt, cantiis, carmen, Langl. a 

1, 139; fitt(e) Eglam. 344. 
fitteii, O.Dutch vitten, flt; fittes (pres.) d. 

Arth. 1989; fittid (part.) 2455. 
fijielc, M.Lat. fidula, from Lat. fidis, flddU, 

Bra d. 9; Beves 3735; Langl. 5374; fi- 

thele Chauc. C. t. a 296; fipelen (dat. 

pi) Lay 3642. 
fil>clen flddle, Langl. 8488. 
fij}elerc flddler, Langl. 5791. 
fixeue, 0. H. Germ, fuchsin, vixen, HalUw. 

diet. 359. 
fia, A.Sfx. fla, teliim, sagitta: ane fla (flO) 

Lay 1456; flaa a. r. 60^; flo ''telum'\ 

fragm. 4, 31; Chauc. C. t. 17213; s. a. 

c. X, 20; flan (pi.) Lay 1844; flon 

lloh. 394, 18; floon Gam. 648; see flan. 
ilackcii, O.J)atchy\?iQ\<.Qn, /S^^^^(^. flacka, flack, 

palpitare: her colde brest began to hete 

her herte al so to flacke and bete Goxo, 

o o -I - 

O, Ol'J. 

W'kvAf O.Icel. flserd, /r<?wc?, deceit, Orm. 12177 ; 
flerd rel. ant.- 1, 219. 

fiiesli, A.Sax. flsesc, O.L.Germ. flesc, O.Fris. 
flesk, flask, O.H.Germ. fleisc, flesh, earo, 
Orm. 3532; flesch, flehs, fleis o. a. n. 
1007 ^' 1399; fleisch JVicl. John 1; bred 
and fles st. gen. 3316; fless Roh. 243, 
21 ; pet vless ayenh. 47; flesches lust a. 
r. 274; pii wes he . . . oflust after deores 
flsesce La^y. 30555; comp. calfflesch. 
fleschflie flesh-fly, prompt. 166. 
fleschhewere. Germ, fleischhauer, Octov, 

750. 
fleschhook flesh-hooh, prompt. 166. 
fleschlich fleshly, carnal, a. r. 194; a. p. 
2, 265; flseshllke man Orm. 17276; 
fleschliche (adv.) c. I. 1388. 



flgbschi 



flecchen 



171 



fleschi^ Cerm. fleischig, floshy, carnosus, 
prompt. 166. 

flaggc flag, ^^cespes\ prompt. 163. 

flajc, Dan. flage, Sived. flaga, from fleaii? 
flaw, lamina, floccus; flawe prompt. 164; 
a fiaw(e) of snawe Alex. 17 56; flawes of 
fire d. Arth. 2556. ^ 

fla^t, from fleau? flaught (flaight), eaespes, 
a. p. 1, 57 . 

ilake^ O.lcol. flaki, flake, ^\floccm\ prompt. 
163; hid. Gov. 140; flakes fpl.J Chauc, 
li. f 1192; flakes of soufre a. p. 2, 954. 

flakeren^ 0. Dutch vlaggeren, O.Icel. flokra, 
flogra? flacker, voUtare, palpare; flakered 
fpres.j a. r. 222; flakerande (part.) a. 
p. 2, 1410. 

flammc^ flaumbe, Fr. flamme, flame, Chauc. 
Boot. 1361. 

flaii^ A. Sax. fli'in, O.Icel. fleinii, flane, telum, 
mgitta, a. r. 60^'; h. m. 15; flon La'). 
31P'; Alts. 785; Gaw. 1161. 

flan see fleau. 

flauke^ Fr. flanc, flank, prompt. 163. 

flap, Dutch flap, flap. Town. myst. 206; 
flappe ^^alapa, flahelliim\ prompt. 163; 
flappes (pi.) Arth. a. Merl. 8084; flap- 
pes of scourges Langl. h 13, 67 . 

flappcn, Dutch flappen, flap, plaudere; flap- 
pes (pres ) d. Arth. 2781; flapped /'^r^^.y 
s. s. ed. Web. 766; flappedeu wip hondes 

md. Is. 3. 

flashc, O.Fr. flaclie, flash, "lacuna", pro7npt. 

164; flosche Gaw. 1430; ps. 87, 5. 
flaskcn flash: lieo vlasked pater peron a. 

r. 314. 
flat, O.Icel. flatr, flat, "planus \ prompt. 164; 

mil. 4414; Beves 1040; Iw. 259; flat 

(suhst./ "planum", Gaw. 507. 
flat, Germ, flatz Stalders idiot., alapa, Arth. 

a. Merl. 4910; Beves 3256; Rich. 5265. 
flateren, Dutch fladderen, Germ, flatteru, 

flatter, palpare, volitare, Langl. b 20, 

109; flaterin "adulari", prompt. 164; 

vlateri ayenb. 61; flattered (pres.) a. r. 



222''; flateriuge (v. r. flikeriuge) (part.) 
Chauc. C. t. a 1962. 

MUvn'C; flattirer ; MiiQVQyiQ^ (pi.) Will. 5480. 

flatliuge flailing, plane: and leide him flat- 
ling on pe ground Ilalliw. diet. 360. 

flatiiesse flatness, prompt. 164. 

flatten f under e, Arth. a. Merl. 9562; fette 
water . . . and flatte it on his face Langl. 
5, 224 (451). 

fla]>e, O.lI.Germ. flado ace. fladon, flat cake; 
flapen (pi.) voc. 127; see flaun. 

flaun, O.Fr. flaon, — flape, flawn, voc. 241 ; 
prompt. 164; flaunes (pi.) Havel. 644. 

flawe sje fla3e. 

flax, A.Sax. fleax, O.Fris. flax, O.lI.Germ. 
flahs, flax, "limm\ prompt. 164; voc. 
156; flax, flex Chauc. C. t. a 676; flex 
Langl. b 6, 13; vlexe (dat.) ayenb. 236. 
flaxbolle, Germ, flachsbolle, voc. 126. 

flea, A.Sax. flea, O.Icel. flo, O.lI.Germ. floh, 
flea; flee "pulex\ prompt. 165; fle Hick. 
\hes. 1, 231; flee (pi.) p. I. s. I, 5. 
flewort, A.Sax. fleapyrt, flea-wart, Ilalliw. 
diet. 362. 

fleam, A.Sax. fleam, O.lI.Germ. floum, 0. 
Icel. flaumr, from fleon, fuga: fleam ma- 
kian La-^. 1577; he nam flem 8857; pe 
grete flem (cursus?) of pi flod a. p. 3, 
309; fleme (flem?) Alis. 4341; tornq . . . 
in fleme ps. 88, 24. 

flean, A.Sax. flean, O.Dutch vlan, vlagen, 
O.Icel. fla, flay (flea): he heom lette qvic 
flan (flean) Lay 6418; flea Shoreh. 97; 
^0 Horn 92; p. s. 191; fleen "excoriare\ 
prompt. 166; UtiAUs. 1734; Will. 1682; 
flep (pres.) c. I. 1308; flogh (pret.) Iw 
1699; flow Havel. 2502; Man. 12452; 
vl63en Lay 20957; flawin, flain (part.) 
prompt. 163; flain rel. ant. 1, 152; pr. 
c. 9520; mir. pi. 119; vla3e ayenh. 73; 
iflawe Alis. 894; ivlajene (pi.) Lay 
27377; comp. biflean; deriv. fla3e? fla3t? 

flear flayer, "excoriator\ prompt. 165. 

fleccheu, Fr. flechir? p. s. 344; flecchep 



172 



flecked 



fieo^en 



fpres.J I. h. r. 137 ; flechclii fsiibjunot.J 

ayenb. 263; ^^Q>Qh%(XQ fpret.J p. I. s. XV, 

116. 
fleckeil^ O.lI.Germ. flecchoter, flecked, macn- 

losus: a flekked pie Cham. C. t. 9722; 

fleckede feperes Langh 7234. 
tledeii^ O.Icel. Jloeda, O.lhdch vloeden, M. 

II. Germ, vluoten, from flod, fluctuare, 

fluere, Mark. 9, 34; }.)a s& vleded La'^,. 

22019; |3e eadie flod pet of ham fiedde 

horn. 1, 209; comp. bifleden. 
nedeii^ O.Dutch \liedei\? fu (/ere; fledde (pret.) 

fled, st. gen. 3384; Havel. 1431; vledde 

'ayenh. 204; fledden Langl. 2, 209 {233 J; 

( %auG. C. t. a 2930; fled (part. J Degrev. 

319. 
fledge fl(fg, '^acorns', prompt. KJo. 
Ile^e^ O.Icel. fley? navis; fleyen fpl.J Octov. 

1671. 
Ile^e see fleo3e. 
lle^cii, A.Sax. flegan, fl^gan, O.Icel. fleyja, 

O.lI.Germ. (ar)flaugen, fley f flay J, fagare: 

fleide a pei pat fearlac Kath. 1602; 

flayed a. p. 2, 960; m. h. 69; flayed 

{part. J mir. pi. 122; comp. afle3eii. 
(le^eii 8ee fleo3en. 
lie^l, O.H.Germ. flegil, O.Dutch Ylegel, 0. 

Fr. flayel, Lat. flagelliim, flail, Orm. 

1000; fleil ^'■flagellmn, tribulum\ prompt. 

16 o; fleiles, flailes (pi.) Langl. 6, 187 

(7, 174). 

fleilcappe, Germ, flegelkappe, prompt. 165. 
neke^ O.Icel. fleki, fleah, ''crates', voc. 234; 

prompt. 16 d; flekes (pi.) Man. 321, 8. 
flekcii, O.Icel. floekja (intricare)? pei fleked 

pam over thvert Man. 241 , 3. 
flckcren see flikeren. 
(leni fee fleam. 
Heme, A.Sax. flema, fly^ma, from fleon, pro- 

fugus, horn. 1, 157 ; Horn ed. Lum. 127 1; 

six 3er and a monp he was flemo Beh. 

1850; flgemen (pi) La-^. 5952. 
ilenien^ A.Sax. fleman, flyman, O.Icel. fl<fi- 

raa, fiigare, La^. 6575; i shal flemeii pe 



of londe Havel. 1160; fleme Roh. 562 j 

23; Man. 82, 17; fleme p (pres.) Alis. 

3348; flemde (ms. flemmde) (pret.) Orm. 

8243; heo hine flemdeii out of pane 

londe X«3. 323; flemed (part.) Cham. C. 

t. 11986; pr. c. 2977; flemid m. Arth. 

3560; Town. myst. 320; Degrev. 899; 

comp. a-, iflemen. 
ilemere fagator, Chauc. C. t. h 460. 
fleii, O.Icel. floeja, fi^ja? flee, fugere; flede 

(pret.) m. h. 73; fleede to pe foreste d. 

Arth. 1432; see fleden. 
fleii see flean and fleon. 
iIco5C, A.Sax. fleoge, flyge, O.lI.Germ. fliii- 

ga, fly (flee), musca; vleje ayenb. 136; 

fleye p. s. 238; vlije a. r. 8; vlije, 

vlie 0. a. n. 600; flle Mand. 61; Chauc. 

C. t. a 4352; fleo3en, fle3en (pi.) La-). 

3900 cj' 3904; vlien (fle3en) a. r. 290; 

flien Rich. 2918; comp. buter-, flesch-, 

hors-, hundfleo3e. 
ileo^eii^ A.S-'x. fleogan, O.lI.Germ. fliogen, 

O.Icel. fliiiga, fly (flee), volare ; fle3hen 

Orm. 5991; flegen st. gen. 610; fleghe 

pr. c. 7947; fleighe, flee Langl. b 12, 

241; fleyc Havel 1813] Man. 2257; 

fleon La-^. 2870; Alls. 544; brid hpon 

hit pule vleon a. r. 130; fleeii Mand. 

48; fleo Brand. 9; flee Eglam. 194; 

fli3e Gaw. 524; fliin prompt. 167; flie 

Mapes 335; Isumb. 37 5; fleo, flo (pres.) 

0. a. IV. 372; fllhst, fli3st 227; flihcT, 
vlid a. r. 132 ^' 142; vli3p ayenh. 206; 
we fleop Brand. 9; vliinde (part.) ayenb. 
71; fleh (pret.) La^. 27788; fle3 Brand. 
9; flegh Launf. 473; he flaeh up intil 
heofne Orm. 5885; fleigh Mand. 27; fley 
Havel 1305; Eglam. 311; m. h. 101; 
flu3en horn. 1, 129; flu3en, fluwen La}. 
813 Sf 3901; flo wen Rich. 4366; a. p. 

1, 89; his ei3en flowen out of his hed 
Jos. 362} flupe (subj.) a. r. 132; flowen 
(part.) Chauc. h. f. 905; flowe Gow. 2, 
252; iflowe Rob. 29, 1; deriv. fluht. 



fleon 



flikeren 



17a 



Ht'oii, A. Sax. fleon, 0. II. Germ, fliohan, 0. 
Fris. flia, [Goth, plinhan], fly, flee, fu- 
gere, La\ 1678; a. r. 160: Horn 887; 
fleon, flen Orm. 4144 ^^ 9803; c. I 519; 
flen st. gen. 1086; fleen prompt. 166; 
fleo, flo 0. a. n. 406 Sf 1231; to fleo 
alio his fon Bek. 1072; flee Pereev. 876; 
flilist fpres.J o. a. n. 405; flihd Lay 
21339; a. r. 246; whan he fli3p out of 
londe Beh. 1489; (hi) vlep ayejth. 41; 
flih fimper.J a. r. 162; fleah fpret.J Kath. 
16; Ylea3 mjenh. 129; fleh Lay 552; 
flaeh Orm. 823; fleg st. gen. 430; fleih 
Jos. 98; vor \)i fleih sein(t) Johan pe 
feolauschipe of fule men a. r. 160; hit 
fleih vrom him 374; fleih (flei3) to pe 
freeres Langl. 2, 186 (210); flew Eglam. 
786: flii3en, fluwen, flo wen Lay 580, 
817, 1470 Sf 5564; flii3hen Orm. 893; 
flogen st. gen. 861; flupen a. r. 154; 
flowen Langl. 2, 209 (233 J; Jos. 18; 
Jfand. 226; s. s. ed. Wr. 822; flogen 
(part.) st. gen. 17 50; camp, a-, aet-, bi-, 
ifleon; deriv. fleam, fleme, flemen, flen(?), 
fluht. 

Ileou see fleo3en. 

fleos, A.S7X. fleos, ^^8, 0. Dutch vlies, fleece; 
flees "vellus^\ prompt. 166; m. t. 42; 
apol. 104; fleose (dat.) a. r. 66; flese 
Wicl. gen. 30. 

fleot, A.Sax. fleet, O.Dutch vliet, M.II.Germ. 
vlie:^, fleet, flumen; fleet ^^aest'aarium", 
prompt. 166. 

fleote^ A.Sax. fleot ? Greins gloss., fleet: al 
his fleote Lay 2155; flete "classis'', 
prompt. 166; Rich. 1653; Man. 1462; 
flete (dat.) Gcw. 1, 197; d. Arth. 1189. 

fleoteii^ A. Sax. fleotan, 0. L. Germ, fliotan, 

0. Icel. fliota, 0. II. Germ, fliozan, fleet, 

m fluere, nare, Horn 159; I. h. r. 33; 

I vleoten (fleote) Lay 22010; flete Langl. h 

20, 44; Mand. 100; fleete Lidg. m. p. 

J 98; flet (presj rel. ant. 1, 220; pe 

.................. 



flete (suhj.) Havel. 522; vleotinde (part.) 
a. r. 46; fletande /. c. e. 54; fletinge 
Chauc. C. t. a 1956; flet (pret.) Lay 
28960; St. gen. 3187; p. I s. XXIV, 
251; Trist. 1, 34; it flset up i pe lift 
Orm. 3466; fluten Lay 32033; de fisses 
. . . floten abuven .<?^. gen. 2946; flote 
Brand. 21 ; comp. over-, tofleoten; deriv. 
flote. 

flerd see flsej'd. 

flerien^ Germ, flerren? fleer, ringi; flerye 
Flor. 1769; fleryande (part.) d. AHh. 
1088. 

fleriiige, A.Sax. flering, flooring; omp. up- 
fleringe. 

fles see fleos. 

flesch; fless see fl^esh. 

flet, A.Sax. flett, flet, O.Fris. O.lcel. flet, 
O.L.Germ. fletti, flet, M.II.Germ. vletze, 
from flat, flat, floor, hall. Will. 5368; 
an. lit. 9; p. s. 337 ; Launf. 979; me 
pule spopen pine flor & pet flet clen- 
sien fragm. 7 , 6; flette (dat.) Alls. 1807 
^^ 2884; Mire 27 3; Gaw. 1374; he com 
to pan vlette per pe feond lai Lay 26023. 

flet see fleot. 

fletiii, Dan. flode, fleet, shim, prompt. 167 . 

fleteii see fleoten. 

flew, O.Dutch flauw, Germ, flau, fleiv (flue), 
shallow, prompt. 167 . 

flewc, flowe, fl(u)we, 0. Dutch vlouwe, fletv, 
verriculum, prompt. 168. 

flex see flax. 

flicchc, A.Sax. flicce, O.lcel. flikld n., flitch 
(flick), succidia, Langl. 9, 169 (10, 189); 
(? ms. fliche) h. m. 37; flikke pr&mpt. 
167. 

fligge see flugge. 

flijc see fleo3e. 

fliht see fluht. 

fliker volaticus ? man of fliker poht m. h. 36. 

flikeren, A.Sax. flycerian, O.Dutch fligge- 
ren, vleggeren, flicker (flecker); flekerin 
'^volitare\ prompt. 165; ^ikered (adulatur) 



174 



flinder 



flot 



so mit pe a. r. 290; fleldrs Alex. 505; 

her gost pat flikered ai a loft Chauc. 

Troil. 5800; pis bischop iiekerid in liis 

poht m. h. 92; see flakeren. 
flinder^ Germ, flinder fhracteohj, flinder, 

particula evolata ; flendris fpl.J Gol. a. 

Gaw. 915. 

? flindermous flindermouse, vespertilio, Ilal- 
liw. diet. 363. 
flittdre^ O.Duteh vlinder, papilio: zvo long 

vli3p pe vlindre aboute pe candle pet 

hi bernp ayenh. 206. 
fliligcii jling ; flinge li h. dise. 338; Tor. 

2027; Alisaundres folk forp gon flinge 

Alis. 1111; flingande (part. J d. Arth. 

21 51 ; porugh pe heorte pe launce flang 

Alis. 2149; flong Chauc. C. t, ed. Tyrwh. 

11255. 
flint, A. Sax. flint, 0. Dutch vlinte, fiint, 

^'■silex\ fragm. 4, 43; prompt. 161; Ha- 
vel. 2661; Trist. 2, 30; pene vlint a. r. 

220; flinte (dat.)Langl. h 14, 64; flintes 

fpl.J pr. c. 1018. 

vlintsex horn. 1, 81. 

flintston Mand. 150. 
flireii flire, sneer; Aire Halliw. diet. 363; 

see flerien. 
flischeu = fluschen? flisches /'^r^s.y d. Arth. 

2168; flischande (part. J 2141. 
m, A. Sax. flit n., 0. L. Germ, flit, 0. H. 

Germ, fllz m., contest, strife, Kath. 688; 

Iw. 93; ps. 106, 40''; a. p. 2, 421; 

pat flit ia). 24966; flit & pin rel. ant. 

1, 130. 
fliteu, A.Sax. flitan, O.H.Germ. flizan, flite, 

contend, dispute, Kath. 121; flitin ^^con- 
tendere', prompt. 161; flite Horn 855; 

Will. 2545; Iw. 1021; Triam. 1221; a. 

p. 1, 353; flot (pret.) Mapes 344; A- 

mad. ed. Hobs. XXXVI, 6; fliten fpurt.J 

st. gen. 3689. 
flitere, A.Sax. flitere, Jliter, quarreler; fli- 

teris fpl.J prompt. 106; flitars mir. pi. 

119. 



fliteren, Gerfn. flittern, flitter, volitare: it 

flitterid al a brOde m. d'Arth. 1, 131 . 
flittcu see flutten. 
flo see fla. 
floe, A.Sax. flocc, O.Icel. flokkr, floch, grex, 

cohors, turma, La^. 4192; enne floe a. 

r. 202; (ms. flocc) Orm. 510; flok Arth. 

a. Merl. 3866; a flok of briddis Alis. 

566; pat ledep pane flok Shoreh. 109; 

flocke, flokke (dat.J La\ 18005 ^ 23801; 

flockes (pi. J 0. a. n. 280. 

flocmcle '^gregatim', Wicl. 2 Mace. 14; 
flokmele Chauc. C. t. 1962. 
flocke, o.D itch vlocke, 0. II Germ, floccho, 

Lat. floccus? floch; flockes (pi. J o. a. n. 

421; flokkes hid. Cov. 241; flokkis 

prompt. 161. 
flockicii floch, gregare; flolckin prompt. 161 ; 

pei flocken ant. Arth. XXVI, 6; flockede 

(pret.J Lay 4129''; flokked a. p. 2, 386. 
flod, A.Sax. flod m., O.L.Germ. flod m. f. 

71., Goth, flodus /., O.Icel. flod n., O.II. 

Germ, fluot /., from flowen, flood, fluctus, 

Orm. 6193; o. a. n. 946; st. gen. 644; 

spec. 10; Alis. 6185; pe flod misc. 150, 

pat flod horn. 1, 225; vlod ayenh. 241; 

sefter pan flode Lay 19; flodes (pi. J pr. 

e. 4106; comp. s^-, waterflod. 

fl5d3at floodgate, voc. 233; flodjet a. r. 12. 
floke (flok?), A.Sax. floe (platissaj voc. 65 

^ 281, O.Icel. floki (solea, passer J Egilss. 

lex., flooh, ^'■phoca\ voc. 254. 
flon see flan and flean. 
flor, A.Sax. flor m. /., O.Icel. florr m., 0. 

Dutch vloer m., M.H.Germ. vluor m. f., 

floor, area, solum, Orm. 15566; Rob. 288, 

2; Mapes 349; a. p. 2, 133; i pene 

flor Lay 22809; flOre (dat.J an. lit. 5; 

Isumb. 653. 
floseu, Dan. flosse? felt flosed him umbo 

a. p. 2, 1689. 
flot, A. Sax. 0. Icel. flot, from fleoten, fluc- 
tus? when alle were . . . o flote (afloat J 

Man. 12019. 



flot 



fnasten 



175 



flotgres, 0. Butch vlotgras, fioat-grass, 
'■hdva'y 'prompt. 168. 
flot, L.Germ. j\oi fcremm' lactisj, Swed: ^oii 

fpingue jluidumj? a. p. 2, 1011. 
flote, A. Sax. ilota, 0. Icel. floti, 0. Dutch 

vlote, navis, Havel. 738; Man. 1737; 
K classis, La-^. 21 OO^ Sf 4530^'; comp. S£e- 
" flote. 

flotc, O.JI.Cerm. floza, pinna? and ta^te . . . 

ilc fis . . . his flotes migt st. gen. 162. 
flote, O.Fr. flote, troop^ Jos. 28; a. p. 1, 

04o. 
flotcrcii, Germ, flodern, flotern, fludern, flu- 

tern, flutter; floteriii (pres.) Chauc. Boet. 

2817; flotere}) 'fluctuate', Wicl Is. 29; 

floterande f part. J Ilalliw. diet. 364; flot- 

terede fpret.J Horn 129. 
floteri, L.Germ. fludrig, voUtans? wip floteri 

(flotri) berde Chauc. C. t. a 2883. 
flotieii, A. Sax. ilotian, 0. Dutch vloten, 0. 

H.Germ. flozen, float? a manges ous to 

flotie Shoreh. 21. 
flotteif, 0. Dutch vlotten fnatare)? a . . . 

whal ... bl pat bot ilotte a. p. 3, 248. 
flo|)re floccus? misc. 149; cmp. A. Sax. flaeder. 
flour, O.Fr. flour, flor, flower /"flour J, Havel 

2917; c. 1. 919; ayenb. 210; Chauc. C. 

t. a 4; flures fpl.j a. r. 340; flares, 

flores 0. a. n. 1046. 
flourin, florischin, O.Fr. florir, flower, flour- 
ish, prompt. 167 ^' 168; florishe /. c. c. 

9; flourep (pres.) ayenh. 309. 
floute, O.Fr. ^2k.\iiQ, flute f flout J, prompt. 168. 
floutiii play on the flute, prompt. 16'8; floi- 

tinge, floutinge (part.) Chauc. C. t. a 91. 
floweii, A. Sax. flopan pret. fleop, [O.Icel. 

floa pret. floda, Dutch vloeijen pret. 

vloeide], flow, fluere, Orm. 47 83; Chauc. 

Troil. 4607; al pe leor schal vlopen o 

teares a. r. 64; flowe lud. Cov. 56; flo- 

pep (pres.) o. a. n. 946; pe see pat flo- 

wep rel. ant. 1, 174; fleap (pret.) hom. 

1,211; vleau a. r. 112 [fleopeden 110]. 
flugge, O.Dutch vlugge, 0. H.Germ. flukke, 



fledge (flig), able to fly; fligge prompt. 

167; ^Q^gQ m. t. 124. 
fluht, A. Sax. flyht, O.Dutch vluclit, from 

fleo3en, flight, volatus; vluht a. r. 132 ; 

fligt St. gen. 161 ; rel. ant. 1, 210; flight 

Alis. 348; fluhtes alae, Lay 2886. 
fluht, A.Sax. fljht, O.H.Germ. fliiht, O.Dutch 

vlucht, from fleon, flight, fuga, a. r. 48; 

flui3t Jos. 506; fliht Orm. 19683; fli3t 

a. p. 2, 377; flight Chauc. C. t. a 988. 
flum, Lat. fliimen? Lay 542; st. -gen. 806; 

(ms. fluram) Orm. 10342 ; fliim, flOm a- 

yenb. 202. 
fluiiiler scintilla? flunderis (pi.) rel. ant. i, 

240; see flinder. 
fliischcn, L.Germ. fluschen? flush: flushe 

for anger dep. liich. 13, 27. 
fluseu, L.Germ. flusen? volare? a boterfle^e 

to3ain me flfiste m. t. 100; pat hit open 

fluste Horn 1080; fliste^?; Flor. a. Bl. 

473. 
flutte flit, removal; flette rel. ant. 1, 160; 

flitte 235. 
fluttcn, Swed. flytta, Dan. flytte, flit: pet 

moni piisunt muhten bi flutten (live ?) a. 

r. 202; flittin "amovere\ prompt. 167 ; 

& leden hem fra land to land 3if pat 

te3 flitten sholden Orm. 2082; flitte pr. 

G. 3762; fele times have ich fonded t6 

flitte it fro pou3t mil. 623; he xal 

nevir flitte out of pis grave lud. Cov. 

341; ha flutted from pe heate to pe 

chele hom. 1, 251 ; flittinge (part.) Langl. 

b 11, 62; and tO scipe flutte Lay 30503; 

nou be pei bop in sinder flit transact. 

18, 23; iflut fragm. 5, 45; ivlut La-^. 

27934; comp. forflutten. 
fliittuuge subsistance? Marh. 22, 34. 
fluwe see flewe. 

fnaed, A.Sax. fnaed, "fimbria', fragm. 4, 5. 
fnast, A.Sax. fnaest, spiritus, o. a. n. 44. 
fnasten, A.Sax. fnaestian(?), O.H.Germ. fna- 

ston, spirare; fnaste Havel. 548 ; fnasted 

(pret.) Gaw. 1702. 



176 



fneoseii 



fol3en 



fneoseii stcrnuere; fnese Ber. 42. 

fo see fa. 

fobbere, Germ, fopper? fobberes fpJ.J LanqL 

h 2, 182''. 
fodder see foder. 
fode^ A.Sax. foda, food, ^%limentum\ pr-ompt. 

168; horn. 1, 68; Orm. 828; misc. 159; 

st. gen. 176; Isumb. 134; fode, vCde a. 

r. 142; ml child ml oune fode (alumnus) 

Horn 1350; Jjis freli fode Eglam. 1254; 

to wedde pat freli fode Amad. ed. Hobs. 

LIV, 6; vode p. I. s. /, 57; fude Per- 

cev. 1326. 
foder^ A.Sax. fodor, foddor, 0. Dutch voeder, 

0. Iccl. fodr, 0. II. Germ, fuotar, fodder; 

fodir ^^'palulum\ voc. 264; king Plielip 

saide to ])e modur pou hast born a sori 

foder (child J Alis. 645; foddiir, foodir 

"pabulum", prompt. 168; fodder La). 

27031; foddre (dat.J a. r. 416. 
fodieii^ Goth, fodjan, pascere? fodes hire wip 

faire wordos Will. 2050; foded it wip 

floures 57; see fode in Narei gloss. 
fodinge pastus, prompt. 168. 
fodme? St. gen. 124. 
fodned'j A. Sax. fodnodf?), alimentum: to 

fodnede & to scriide hom. 1, 137 . 
fodrieii; Dutch voederen, O.Icel. fodra, 0. 

H.Germ. fiioteren, fodder, alere, pascere; 

foddred (part.) IFicl. 1 kings 28. 
fogge fog, rank grass, a. p. 2, 1683. 
fo^f A. Sex. fog('?), M. H.Germ. vuoc, apti- 

tudo, dcceutia : mid fo30 and mid rihte o. 

a. n. 184. 
fo^el see fn3el. 
fob see fah. 
foileu foil: in vein ])u foilist pi flesch wip 

abstinens apol. 44. 
foiiie^ O.Fr. foine, foin, martes, prompt. 168. 
foinen foin; foinen (pres.) Chauc. C. t. a 

1654; pei foine wip daggers & wip 

swevdes Zidg. st. Th. 4325; iom^diQ (pret.) 

Degrev. 274; d. Arth. 1898; foined 6^^^;. 

428. 



fokeii see faken. 

fol, O.Fr. fol, stolidus. La). 1442'"^; a. r. 

164; ayeiib. 26; fol (subst.) fool, a. p. 
, 2, 750; foles (pi.) Havel. 2100. 

folherdi fool-hardy, a. r. 62. 

folllche ayerib. 64. 
fol see ful. 
folc, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. folc, O.Fris. O.Icel. 

folk, 0. H.Germ. folc, folch, fo k, populus, 

gens, Orm. 141 ; Wicl. John 11 ; pat folc 

com to gadere Lay 859; pat folc of 

Kent' Rob. 269, 14 ; vole a. r. 156; a- 

yenh. 43; folc, folk Havel. 89 ^^ 438; 

folk Ohauc. C. t. a 744; Lidg. m. p. 12; 

swa mikel folk com never to gider |;r. c. 

6013; folkes (gen.) st. gen. 27 85; folke 

(gen. pi.) Orm. 12149; comp. burh-, 

drilit-, fot-, land-, Sudfolc. 

folcking, A.Sax. folccyning, La). 9501. 

folkrede, A.Sax. folcrajden, (ms. folkere- 
de) ayenb. 196. 
fold see feald. 
folde, A.Sax. folde, O.L.Germ. folda, O.Icel. 

fold, earth, ground, Flor. 342; Gaw. 1694; 

m. Arth. 3549; avow. Arth. I, 2; on 

folde spec. 24 ; a. p. 2, 403 ; heo fallen 

to folde La). 5390. 
folde fee falde. 
fole, A. Sax. fola, 0. H. Germ, folo, 0. Icel. 

foli, Goth, fula, Lat. pullus, Gr. iicu/ioc, 

foal, "pullus\ fragm. 3, 18 ; prompt. 168; 

Horn 587; Langl. b 11, 335; Hand. 

250; Percev. 717; ant. Arth. XLII, 9. 
folen^ Germ, folen, Dan. fole, foal, pullum 

parere; folid (part.) Chauc. C. t. 7127. 
folet^ folt, Fr. follet, fout, fatuus, "stolidus\ 

prompt. 168; Man. 4527 Sf 7229. 
foljel 

folhsum, Germ, folgsam, obsequious, Orm. 
7750. 
foinen, A.Sax. folgian, fylgan, O.Fris. fol- 

gia, fulgia, O.L.Germ. folgon, 0. H.Germ. 

folgen, O.Icel. fylgja, folloio (folly), sequi; 

foljhen Orm. 944; folhen Kath. 2340; 



folsere 



for- 



177 



Mien, fulien (folsen) X^^. 1002 Sf 4140; 

folgen, folwen st. gen. 401 ^ 3272; fol- 

win prompt. 169; lud. Cov. 268; folwe 

Win. 189; Gow. 1, 60; Cham. C. t. 

6706; volepen, volupeii a. r. 28 Sf 102; 

filghe ps. 17, 38; filowe r. L. 13; fe- 

lowe Man. 291, 10; folded fpres.J p. I. 

8. VlII, 7; vol3ep Shoreh. 40; fol^ez a. 

p. 2, 6; folewes Begrev. 1661; fulied, 

volev/ep 0. a. n. 1239; folwede, folwed 

(pret.) Chauc. C. t. a 628; vulede misc. 

38; folweden, folwed Langl. 4, 26 (27 ); 

fnlieden horn. 1, 3. 
folwere, folwar, folowere follower, Langl. 6, 

649 (6, 33 J; folware prompt. 169; feole- 

pare a. r. 364. 
folie, Fr. folie, folly, La^. 3024^; p. I. s. 

XIV, 3. 
folk see folc. 
folt see folet. 

folwen see fol3en and fulwen. 
fom see fam. 
foil, Sioed. fane ? insipiens, fatuus, Man. 

4061; Mire 368; Town. myst. 80. 
foil, A. Sax. fon, O.Icel. fa, O.L.Germ. 0. 

H. Germ. Goth, fahan, fa, capere. Lay 

6437; Orm. 3733; ^pec. 41; fo misc. 80; 

on me heo fop e. I. 896; fon (part.) 

Marh. 3, 26; comp. a-, bi-, i-, on-, un- 

derfon. 
foml see fand. 
foii<licii see fandien. 
fonel funnel, prompt. 170. 
fongen see fangen. 
foiiiien desipere: fonne and dote Chauc. c. I. 

468; pou fonnist lud. Cov. 36; fonned 

fond, infatuatus, Chauc. r. r. 6367 ; Wicl. 

deuter. 32; fond gest. Rom. 20. 
font, O.Fr. font, font, horn. 1, 69; Marh. 

1; funt Orm. 17208; st. gen. 3290. 

fontston /m^m. 8, 48; Shoreh. 97. 
foppe fop, prompt. 170. 
for, A.Sax. for, O.L.Germ. for, far, fur, 0. 

Fris. for, fore, fori, O.H.Germ. fur, fure, 



furi, O.Icel. fur, fyr, Goth, faur, for, pro: 
proupcde ded for al moncun horn. 1, 17; 
herto onsporede an for ham alle Kath. 
1134; we wulled . . . halden pe vor 
kinge fr. king) Lay^ 29066; for phat 
lie dpelled hafde Orm. 226; zelp . . . vor 
pane valsne peny ayenh. 24; for fper/ 
ml lif Jul 16; for gode Gaw. 1822; 
heo ne dursten for gode don per pa 
misbode Lay 13249; for pire lufe 18890; 
for are misdede hojn. 1, 173; pet heo 
ne gruchie . . . vor none mete ne vor 
none drunche a. r. 108; his care was 
al for hire Bek. 131 ; he died for hungre 
Mand. 230; for chele qvake Langl. 10, 
69 fll, 46 J; for pon (pan) propter ea^ 
Ljay 989; he scholde never die for pon 
c. I. 1072; for pon pet he scolde spOte 
smelle horn. 1, 63; for pat he pas godes 
preost Orm. 131 ; for pat he hade pe 
Sarazenes slain Isumh. 489; for ich hit 
pot 0. a. n. 1248; for he nefde nenne 
sune Lay 148; for e3per here 3ede spa 
riht after godes lare Orm. 119; for her 
in pe norphalf . . . for hit is so fur 
fram pe sonne no man ne wonep for 
chele treat. 137; for beon iveddo misc. 
38 ; for to habben (for habbe) al pa gehte 
Lay 2227 ; ha sende spide for to piteri 
lipat punder hit pere Kath. 161; for ta 
done proclam. 6; pepne ... for us to 
peren um uns zu iveren, hom. 1, 69; al 
pat pu seist for me tC schende o. a. n. 
1287 ; war pe for (ah) his hokes spec. 
106; vor (ante) pe feste a. r. 22; for 
alle Oper Beh. 721; for tC usque ad. 
Alls. 6363; pi. cr. 311; for to, for te 
Lay 7663"" 8f 26803""; for te pe hete 
a morwe come treat. 137; vort midniht 
a. r. 236; fort hit pas eve o. a. n. 41. 
forbannen, 0. Dutch verbannen, 0. Fris. 

urbanna, banish; forbonne o. a. n. 1093. 
forbarren lar up; forbarre Will. 3333; 

p. r. I. p. 60. 



178 



for- 



for- 



forbeaten heat down; forbeten (part. J 
Langl. h 20, 197 ; forbetun ant. Arth. 
LI, 9. 

forbeoden, A. Sax. forbeodan, O.Fris. for-, 
urbiada, Goth, faurbiudan, O.Icel. fur- 
bioda, 0. 11. Germ, for-, far-, fer-, fir- 
piotan, forlid, La"^. 27408; vorbeoden 
misc. 46; forbedin ^^prohibere, interdicere\ 
prompt. 170; forbedep fpres.J Mand. 
71; Cham. C. t. 14068; forbedes a. p. 
2, 1147 ; forbeode fsubj.J a. r. 8; for- 
beode, forbede Langl. 3, 107 (111); 
forbead fpret.J st. gen. 311; Shoreh. 
157; vorbead a. r. 70; forba;d Orm. 
1956; vorbed Roh. 496, 6; forbude 
fsubj.J horn. 1, 245; forboden (part.) 
Orm. 12021; st. gen. 325; Mand. 20; 
Chauc. r. r. 6616; pi. cr. 147 . 

forberen, A.Sax. forberan, O.H.Germ. furi-, 
for-, far-, fer-, firberan, forbear, sufferre, 
praetermittere : he pule vorberen ou lesse 
a. r. 218; forbere Gow. 1, 164; Chauc. 
C. t. a 885; hi ne mi3te forbere no 
more Lek. 1426; vorbere ag:^nb. 148; 
forbere (pres. subj.J p. I. s. XXXI, 
362; vorber fpret.J a. r. 218; forbar 
ITavel. 764. 

forbi. Germ, forbei, forby, past, Alis. 
5487; Mand. 11; Chauc. C. t. 13540; 
avow. Arth. XXV, 6. 

forbinden, 0. H. Germ, furi-, ferpintan, 
bind up; forbindep fpres.J Orm. 4524; 
forbunden & forblended 13775. 

forbisne example, Kath. 698; o. a. n. 98; 
rel. ant. 1, 218; vorbisne a. r. 76; 
ayenb. 46; forbisne, forbisene c. I. 555 
&f 980; forbisne, forbisene, forebisene 
La7igl. 8, 29 f9, 24j. 

forbisnen exemplify: dis forbisnede ding 
rel. ant. 1, 222. 

forbi ten, Ger7n. ferbeiszen, bite to pieces; 
forbitep fpres.J Langl. b 16, 35; forbat 
(forbot) fpret.J La^. 6497. 

forbleden. Germ, ferblilten, bleed to ex- 



haustion; forbled f part. J Triam. 1243; 

m. Arth. 3434. 
forblenden, Germ, ferblenden, occaecare, 

Orm. 15391. 
forbod, A.Sax. forbod, prohibition, rel. ant. 

1, 177 ; forbode st. gen. 324; Horn ed. 

Lum. 76; forbode fdat.J Lay 1446. 
forbreden, forbreiden, A.Sax. forbredan, 

forbregdan, pervert, corrupt; forbredep, 

forbreidep fpres.J o. a. n. 510 ^ 1383; 

forbroiden f part. J rel. ant. 1, 211; for- 

broide men Rob. 21, 11; forbrode o. a. 

n. 1381. 
forbreken, A.Sax. forbrecan, O.H.Germ. 

fer-, firprechan, breah to pieces; forbrac 

fpret.J st. gen. 3049; forbroken fpart.J 

rel. ant. 1, 211. 
forbrennen, A.Sax. forbernan, O.H.Germ. 

fur-, for-, fer-, firbrennan, burn up; 

forbrennen, forbaernen (forborne) La'^. 

645 8f 7389; forberne Horn 692; for- 

brende fpret.J st. gen. 3784; forbarnde 

La^. 23202; verbarnde Roh. 296, 8; 

forbrend fpart.J Mapes 339; farbrend 

misc. 152; forbrent Alis. 4669; m. 

Arth. 1925; vorbernd a. r. 54. 
forbresten hurst ; forberst fpret.J Lay 1912. 
forbuggen redeem; forbugge c. I. 1090; 

forbigge Wicl. exd. 6; vorbegge ayoth. 

78; fQrbou3t fpart.J Shoreh. 164; for- 

bought Ell. rom. 2, 356. 
forbujhen, A.Sax. forbugan, decline, a- 

void, Orm. 7514; forbupen a. r. 206. 
forburpe (foreburpe ?), cmp. Germ, forge- 

burt, previous birth, Halliw. diet. 370. 
forcalden? forcold frigef actus? perfrigi- 

dus? s. s. ed. Web. 2623. 
forcasten, Dan. forkaste, Swed. forkasta, 

cast away, reject; vorkest fpart.J ayenb. 

186. 
forkesting rejection, a. r. 278. 
forclemmen, Germ, ferldemmen, artare? 

forclemmed fpart.J a. p. 3, 395. 
forclingen marcescere; forclonge fpret.J p. 



for- 



for- 



179 



/. 8. XXIV, 216; forclungen fpart.J 

Orm. 13861. 
forcrempen, M.H.Germ. verkrempfen, con- 
tract; forcrempep, vorcrempep fpres.J 

0. a. n. 510. 
forcrOken become crooked: pe bond was ek 

forcroked p. I. s. XVII, 336. 
forculien comlurere? vorkuliinde hire sul- 

ven mid pe fare of sunue a. r. 306; 

pet te sode sunne . . . haved piduten 

vorkuled on 60. 
forcumen (forecumen?), A.Sax. for-, fore- 

cuman, 0. II. Germ, furiqveman, praeve- 

nire; forcom fpret.J ps. 16, 13. 
forctid, A.Sax. forctid, pravus: sum for- 

cud (forcoup) kempe La^. 28240; for- 

cudest fsuperl.J Kath. 2242. 
forcweden, A.Sax. forcpedan, OJI.Germ. 

far-, ferqvedan, Goih. faurqipan, ahdi- 

care, reprohare: hpen pu forcpidest . . . 

lire . . . godes Kath. 389. 
forcpiddare? a. r. 212. 
forcheosen (forecheosen ?) choose hefore: 

pat sclie was forcliosen from pe begin- 

ninge of pe world Hand. 132. 
fordede (foredede?) previous deed, a. r. 

394; Will. 6182. 
fordel, M. H. Germ, vorteil, advantage, 

Hallow, diet. 370. 
fordemen, A.Sax. fordeman('?), O.II.Germ. 

fur-, fortuomen, condemn, hom. 1, 96; 

La-^. 3467; Kath. 428; fordeme o. a. 

n. 1098; fordemde fpret.J Marh. 2; 

fordemed fpart.J c. I. 447 . 
fordil3ien, A.Sax. fordilgian(?), O.L.Germ. 

fardiligon, O.II.Germ. fertiligon, exter- 
minate, destroy; fordiljhed fpart.J Orm. 

14641. 
fordolken? fordolked fpart.J a. p. 1, 11. 
fordon, A. Sax. fordon, 0. H. Germ, fer- 

tuon, fordo, perdere, Ikp,. 2667 ; Langl. 

6, 20; Mand. 66; fordo pr. c. 3396; 

to vordonne a. r. 210; forded fpres.J 

Kath. 214; vordep ayenh. 121; fordude 



fpret.J Marh. 2; fordede st. gen. 426; 

furduden misc. 161; fordeden pi. cr, 

496; M^bn fpart.J Orm. 18923; Chauc. 

C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 17239. 
fordreeden perterrere ; fordred fpart.J Orm. 

147; st. gen. 1667. 
fordrefen perturlare ; fordrefed fpart.J 

Orm. 2194. 
fordrenchen, A.Sax. fordrencaii, inelriare; 

fordrenche p. I. s. VIII, 166; fordrenct 

fpart.J Kath. 2343. 
fordrifen, A. Sax. fordrifan, 0. II. Germ. 

far-, fertriban, drive asunder; fordriven 

fpart.J rel. ant. 1, 220; ford rive Chauc. 

r. r. 37 82; mid wedere fordreven Z«3» 

6206'\ 
fordru3en, A. Sax. fordrugian, dry up ; 

fordruye, fordrue o. a. n. 919; vordrti- 

pede fpart. pi. J a. r. 148. 
vordrunken inehriatus, a. r. 214; pa for- 

drunkene cnibtes La-^,. 13618. 
fordullen become dull; fordolled fpart.J I. 

h. r. 141. 
fordutten, A. Sax. fordyttan, occluders ; 

forditten Rich. 4170; fordut fpres.J 

La'^. 17139; fordutted fpart.J fragm. 

7, 60. 
fordwmen, 0. Butch verdwinen, evane^cere, 

extabescere, p. I. s. XXIV, 215; for- 

dwinen fms. fordwinnen) fpart.J rel. 

ant. 2, 211; [fordwined Chauc. r. r. 

366]. 
forealdien, A.Sax. forealdiaii(?), O.II.Germ. 

faralten, grow old; vorolded fpart.J I. 

h. r. 24. 
foreode praeterivi, dimisi, spec. 23; for- 

3ode Ilalliw. diet. 37 6; foryede Chauc. 

Troil. 2422; voreoden a. r. 406; fur- 

jeden Man. 16711. 
forfffiren, O.Butch ververen, -vaeren, per- 
terrere; forfsered fpart.J Orm. 665; for- 

fered Chauc. C. t. 10840; Iw. 1678. 
forfaren, A.Sax. forfaran, O.II.Germ. fur-, 

for-, ferfaran, O.Fris. for-, urfara, perish. 



180 



for- 



for- 



st. gen. 1087 ; let forfaren al 

mankin Orm. 14582; pe3 polden him 

forfaren al & cpenken W632; forfare 

Will 2762 a. ^. 2 1168; Gam. 74 

jLglam. IIS; iua. Cov. 47; al pis lend 

lie wiile forfare Lay 25683; forvared 

{pres.J a. r. 138; forforen fpret.J La'). 

12380; forfaren f part. J Havel. 1380; 

pa pisne wei us liabbed forva,ren f stopped 

up? J Lay 27373. 
forfcliten? forfohte f part. J forfoughten, 

exliaudcd with fighting, La-). 26189^; 

forfo listen /ocv. J7^; forfouten JFill. 3686. 
forferen perish, destroy; forferde fpret.J 

La\. 7280,- Gaw 1617; a. p. 2, 571; 

vorverden a. r. 334. 
forflutten, Dan. forflytte, Swed. forflytta, 

remove; forflittc f part. J Amad. ed. Weh. 

381. 
foi'freten devour, corr -de; forfretep, forfret 

fpres.J Langl. h 16, 29; vorvret a. r. 
' 138; forfrete fpart.J WiJ. 2376. 
forfurhten frighten ; dis forfrigted folc st. 

gen. 3519. 
f organ, A. Sax. f organ, 0. II. Germ, fergan, 

forgo; forga pr. c. 1842; forgon a. r. 

8; spec. 88; his rihtes forgon Bek. 726; 

forgo r. s. VII, 81; Will 5187; Chauc. 

C. t. 8047; furgo fpres.J rel ant. 1, 

103; vorged al pet he luved a. r. 364; 

pe his lond hafde forgan Lay 22130. 
forgangen, A. Sax. forgangan, O.L.Germ. 

fargangan, Goth, faurgaggan, praeterire, 

dimittere: forgang pu ones treopes pestm 

hom. 1, 221. 
forglopnen terrify ; 3if he pe sep forglop- 

ned f? ms. forrgloppnedd) Qrm. 670. 
forgna3en gnaw to pieces ; forgnajep /'^r^s.y' 

Shoreh. 98; forgnaped a. r. 338. 
forgnlden, A. Sax. forgnidan, O.K. Germ. 

fargnitan, conterere; forgnod ^^contrivif , 

ps. 106, 16. 
forgulten, A.Sax. forgyltan, become guilty, 

render guilty: to forgilten us 3£en god 



Orm. 2619; forgulte fpret.J hom. 1, 23; 

ear pe peren vorgulte a. r. 388. 
for3earwien, Dan. forgiore, Swed. forgora, 

perdere corrumpere ? forgart f part. J Orm. 

14584 cj- 17531; a. p. 1, 32 L 
for3elden, A. Sax. forgildan, 0. L. Germ. 

fargeldan, O.II.Germ. for-, far-, fergel- 

tan, require, hom. 1, 65; and pu ml 

muchele swine mid sare for3eldest Lay 

2298; for3elde fsubjanct.J a. r. 428; 

Langl 6, 279 f7, 263 J; on. t. 11; 

Gaw. 839; Begrev. 860; foryelde m. 

Arth. 1548; for3ilde avow. Arth. XLII, 1. 
foryeldinge retribution, ps. 27 , 4. 
vor3emen, A.Sax. forgyman, neglect, a. 

r. 372; for3emed fpres.J hom. 1, 13; 

for3emden fpret.J Orm. 7502; for3emed 

fpart.J c. I 947. 
for3etil, A.Sax. forgitol(?), forgettle, "ob- 

liviosus\ prom'pt. 174; foryetel Gow. 3, 

98. 
foryetelnesse oblivio, Gow. 2 ,19; forgetel- 

nesse hom. 2, 71; forgetelnes ps. 9, 19. 
for3eten, A.Sax. forgitan, -gytan, O.L. 

Germ, for-, fargetan, O.II.Germ. ferge- 

zan, forget f forget J, hom. 1, 161; for- 

3etin, foryetin '■^oblivisci', prompt. 17 4; 

for3ete Langl. b 17, 242; Wicl genes. 

41; a. p. 1, 86; for3iten p. I. s. VIII, 

17 ; vor3iten a. r. 272; for3etep fpres.J 

Orm. 2965; Yor3et ayenb. 18; for3ete 

fsiibjunct.J I c. c. 24; for3at fpret.J p. 

I s. XV 11, 216; Langl b 11, 59; 

Wicl. genes. 40; foryat, forgat Havel 

249 8^ 2636; forgat s. s. ed. Wr. 1273; 

for38et Lay 25833; for3et Kath. 1835; 

for3eten Lay 5514; a. r. 330; Will. 

1909; for3ete, foryete fsubjunct.J Chauc. 

C. t. a 1882; for3eten fpart.J c. I. 

998; Wicl ps. 10; for3etin, foryeten, 

forgeten Chauc. C. t. a 1914; forgeten 

Iw. 1584; pr. c. 3909; for3ete Will 

4934; vor3iten a. r. 100; for3ute Brand. 

26. 



for- 



far- 



181 



forsife? 
vorjivelich, A. Sax. forgifendlic ? jsar- 
donahle, a. r. 346. 

forjifen, A.Sax. forgifaii, O.R.Germ. fur-, 
for-, far-, fergeban, forgive, Orm. 1464; 
for3ive Wicl. numb. 30; forjeve p. I. 
s. XVII, 214; for5ive, forgive Langl. 
3, 8; forjaf fpret.J Orm. 19294; vor- 
3af ayenl. 114; forjef La"^. 4273; for- 
3^fe fsuhjunct.J Orm. 1143; for3iven 
(part. J a. r. 124; voryeve ayenh. 29. 

forjifenesse, A.Sax. forgifeness, forgifen- 
ness, forgiveness, Orm. 1477; vorjive- 
nesse, for3evenesse horn. 1, 29 8f 217 ; 
for3eovenesse h. m. 43; voryevenesse 
ayenb. 32. 

forhacclien? forhecched fpres.J h. m. 41; 
forhaht (part. J spec. 37 . 

forhadien? forhadede fpret.J st. gen. 3338. 

forhaten renounce: 3if jju pult . . . vor- 
hoten J)ine sunne a. r. 340; forhet 
fpret.J p. I. s. XVII, 86; vorheten a. 
r. 192; forhote f part. J Shoreh. 162. 

forhealden, A.Sax. forhealdan, detain, re- 
tain; forheld st. gen. 2026; forholde 
fpart.J misc. 149. 

forheawen, A.Sax. forheapan, O.H.Germ. 
farhouwan, hew in pieces; forheow, for- 
heou fpret.J La^. 4693 Sf 28032. 

forheden despise? wimmen he forliedde 
La-). 2579''. 

forhefednesse, A.Sax. forliaefedness, con- 
tinence, hom. 1, 101. 

forhelen, A.Sax. forhelan, O.H.Germ. far-, 
ferhelen, conceal, st. gen. 2593; forhele 
0. a. n. 798; forhele fpres. subj.J Lay 
4360; forhal fpret.J Orm. 233; forholen 
fpart.J st. gen. 2317 ; it sholde purpen 
pel forholen pi[) pe defel Orm. 2468; 
forhole an. lit. 8; Alis. 6967 ; s. s. ed. 
Web. 250; nis him nOut forhole p. I. 
8. VIII, 39. 

forhengen suspendere; forhenge Havel. 2724. 

forhohien, A.Sax. forhogian, despise, Kath. 



993; forhopien a. r. 166; forhojhen. 
Orm. 3959; forho3ie fpres. subj.J hom. 
1, 49; forho3eden (forhowede) fpret.J 
Lay 19421. 

forhonen, O.Dutch verhonen? spernere; 
forhone ps. 43, 6. 

vorhoren, O.H.Germ. for-, farhuoron, de- 
bauch, a. r. 394; forhored fpart.J Orm. 
2043. 

forhuden, L.Germ. ferhtiden, hide; forhid 
fpart.J st. gen. 187 5. 

forhu3ieu despise; forhugede fpret.J st. 
gen. 3814. 

forhuiigreii. Germ, ferhungern, famish; 
forhungred fpart.J Orm. 5679; Will. 
2515; forhungrid prompt. 172; forhon- 
gered La^^. 23562"". 

forhuschen deride? forhuste f printed for- 
husce) fpret.J La:). 317 1; foxhViiiiQw. 29021. 

foridlen become idle; foridled fpart.J a. r. 
116. 

forirken fastidire: of manna he ben for- 
irked fms. forhirked) to eten st. gen. 3658. 

Yorkeorven, A.Sax. forceorfan, carve to 
pieces, a. r. 360; forcarf fpret.J Lay 
8186; forkavf li b. dkc. 1325. 

fo ridden, A.Sax. forlsedan, 0. L.Germ. far- 
ledean, O.II.tenn. for-, far-, ferleiten, 
seduce; forledep fpres.J Lay 1333^'; for- 
ledde fpret.J Shoreh. 164. 

forlseren, A.Sax. forlieran, seduce: pat pi 
dpeolesong heo ne forlere o. a. n. 926. 

forl^ten, A.Sax. forlsetan, 0. L.Germ. for-, 
farlatan, O.H.Germ. fur-, for-, far-, fer- 
lazan, forleet, relinquere, Onn. 3769; 
forleten Lay 30599; a. r. 406; forlete 
Horn ed. Lum. 218; Cham. C. t. 14279; 
he scholde pe lif forlete c. I. 178; for- 
lete, furlete o. a. n. 966; furlete Hich. 
thes. 1, 225; forlatin prompt. 172; for- 
let fpret.J m. 355; forleten st. gen. 
4068; alle pe breme bestes . . . forlete 
us & folwed him Will. 2311; forleten 
fpart.J Onn. 3119. 



182 



for- 



for- 



forlseven, O.H.Germ. firleiben, have; for- 
leve Wicl. levit. 25; forleaf fimper.j 
Jul 33; forleft {part.J Will 2497; 
forlaft p. s. 340. 

forlange perlonffe, Orm. 6996. 

forlangen, Germ. ferJangen, long, desire: 
3if pat tu forlanged art to cumen up 
til Criste Orm. 1280. 

vorlonginge longing, a. r. 274. 

forle^ernesse, A. Sax. forlegerniss, O.L. 
Germ, farlegarnessi, adultery, Orm. 2032. 

forleinen, O.L.Germ. farlognian, O.H.Germ. 
fur-, for-, ferlougnen, de7iy; forlain Trist. 
2, 43. 

forleosen, A. Sax. forieosan, O.L.Germ. 
for-, farleosan, -liosan, O.H.Germ. fur-, 
for-, far-, ferliosan, -leosan, O.Fris. ur-, 
forliasa, perdere, La\ 9486; Kath. 347 ; 
a. r. 108; forlesen Orm. 2278; forlese 
Horn 665; forleost (forlost), furleost 
fpres.J 0. a. n. 693 ^ 949; forleose 
(subjunct.J spec. 94; forleas fpret.J Lay 
213; vorleas a. r. 232; ayenh. 181; 
forles st. gen. 189; (pu) vorlure a. r. 
310; (heo) forluren Jiom. 1, 93; Orm. 
1412; forloren st. gen. 241; forloren 
(part. J forlorn, a. r. 146; st. gen. 1886; 
Havel. 580; Ji. h. 243; forlorn Chauc. 
C. f. 11861; furlore 7msc. 153. 

forli^en, O.H.Germ. furligan, lie with illi- 
citly, de flour; forlay fpret.J Gow. 1,347 ; 
forlseijen La\ 15375; forlejen (part. J 
Orm. 1988; fori ey en Shoreh. 65; forleie 
Flor. a. Bl. 301. 

forli3er, A.Sax. forliger, fornication, horn. 
1, 104. 

forli3er(e), A.Sax. forligere(?), ^^ adulter', 
fragm. 5, 11 ; forlijeres fpl.J horn. 1, 117 . 

forlokien (forelokien ?) forelool, prospicere; 
forltike pr. c. 1946. 

vorlorenesse, vorlorennesse/or/or^w^ss, per- 
dition, a. r. 66 Sf 110. 

forlusten percupere: beon forlist after pe 
blisse of heofne Orm. 11475. 



formelten, A.Sax. formeltan, melt away^ 
fragm. 6, 59; formealten h. m. 13; a 
det ha beon formealte horn. 1, 251. 

forueah very nigh; forneh pod Marh. 7. 

fornean, A.Sax. fornean, valde prope, fere: 
fornean en ende pissere purold horn. 7, 
227. 

forpampren pamper; forpampred (part. J 
Chauc. append. Boet. 1, 5. 

forpinen torment; forpinede fpret.J La"^. 
29130; forpined fpart.J Rob. 50, 15; 
Chauc. C. t. a 205. 

forrseden, A.Sax. forr^dan, O.H.Germ. 
for-, ferraten, deceive, seduce; forreaded 
fpres.J Jul. 18; vorradde (forraddij) 
fpret.J La\ 14867 ; forred fpart.J st. 
gen. 2192; forrad Mapes 337 . 

forrecchen, O.H.Germ. ferrecchan? per- 
vert, corrupt? forralit fpart.J Orm. 14540. 

forrennen, Germ, ferrennen, stop up? for- 
sernen pa wateres Lay 12861. 

forrldel (foreridel?) praecursor; vorrldeles 
fpl.J a. r. 206. 

forriden (foreriden?) ride lefore; forriden 
fpart.J Lay 26931. 

forrotien, A.Sax. forrotian (?), rot away, 
r. s. V, 169; vorrotien a. r. 344; for- 
roti p. I. s. Va, 4; vorrotede fpret.J a- 
yenb. 205; forroteden h. m. 13. 

forsaken, A.Sax. forsacan, O.H.Germ. fur-, 
for-, farsahhan, forsahe, renuntiare. Lay 
28714; Mand. 226; forsake Will. 1358; 
s. s. ed. Wr. 65; pr. c. 4406; forsake 
fpres.J Langl. h '5, 431; fursake HicJc. 
thes. 1, 226; forsaked a. r. 226; for- 
sakep Orm. 17243; forsoc fpret.J st. 
gen. 1833; Beh. 659; forsok Alis. 7715; 
forsaken fpart.J st. gen. 3811 ; fursaken 
rel. ant. 1, 103; forsake Bek. 661. 

forschaden, A.Sax. forsceadan, O.H.Germ. 
fersceiden, discedere: al bid des faxes feir- 
nes forsceden gr. 47. 

forschalden scald; forschalded fpart.J a. 
r. 246. 



for- 



for- 



183 



forschamen, A. Sax. forsceamian, abash; 

forshamed /"part. J Ortn. 21 S3. 
forschapen, A.Sfix. forsceapan, tra^irform; 

forscliop fpret.J Will. 4304 ; forshapin 

(part. J Town. myst. 115. 
forschenden disgrace; forshend (part.) 

Parten. 3306. 
forschuppen transform ; forschupped fpres.J 

a. r. 120; a forschipte (deformed) stroon 

c. I. 634. 
vorschuppild transformer, a. r. 120. 
forschutteii, A. Sax. forscyttan, shut up; 

forycutted (part.) fragm. 7 , 50. 
forseon, A.Sax. forseon, O.H.Germ. far-, 

fersehan, despise, Orm. 9619; forsihd 

(pres.) hom. 1, 111 ; (ha) forseod Marh. 

15, 28; forsejen, forsepen (part.) hom. 

1, 113 Sr 227. 
forseoden seethe away: * leste lire opuiie 

teares vorseoden iis a. r. 312. 
forsetten, Genn. fersetzen, bar, impede; 

forsettez (pres.) a. p. 2, 78; forsette 

(pret.) m. Arth. 3046; forset (part.) 

Jos. 487. 
forsinken, O.H.Germ. forsinclian, sink a- 

way; forsanc (pret.) st. gen. 1114. 
forsitten, A.Sax. forsittan, sit away, ne- 
glect; forsete (pret. subj.) La"^. 28518. 
forsmiten smite to pieces; forsmat (pret.) 

La^. 1598. 
forspanen, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. forspanan, 

O.H.Germ. far-, ferspauan, entice, seduce: 

parp pa pat pif forspannen purh pe 

deofles lare hom. 1, 223. 
forspekin forspeah, ^fascinare", prompt. 

173; forspokin (part.) Town. myst. 115. 
vorspeker, O.H.Germ. fersprechare, prolo- 
cutor, defensor, hom. 1, 83. 
forspenden expendere; forspende (pret. subj.) 

hom. 1, 31. 
forspillen, A.Sax. forspillan, O.H.Germ. 

farspildan, spill; forspille ps. 93, 23. 
forstal (forestal ?), A.Sax. for-, foresteall(?), 

inter ceptio? rel. ant. 1, 33. 



forstallen (forestallen ?), A.Sax. for-, fore- 
%iQd,Vivaxi{^), forestall, inter cipere: forstallep 
mi feire Langl. 4, 43 (56); forstalle 
(pres. subj.) g. 396. 

forstanden, A.Sax. forstandan, prohibit, 
impede: and forstOd heom pene vord 
La^. 20159. 

forstelen, A.Sax. forstelan, steal away; 
forstole (part.) misc. 192; furstole 53. 

forstoppen, A.Sax. forstoppian(?), 0. Butch 
verstoppen, 'stop up; forstopped (pres.) 
a. r. 72; forstoppid (pret.) Rich. 4843. 

forsune^en, Germ, fersiindigen, sin: po 
forsinegede those who have sinned, hmn. 
2, 121. 

forswal3en swallow up; forswalje (forswol- 
3e) La^. 28453; forspolhen Marh.' 5; 
forspolehen r. s. V, 215; vorsvolwe 
Rob. 205, 8; vorspolupen a. r. 164; 
forspole^ed (pres.) hom. 1, 123. 

forswei3en? forsweye Gow. 1, 76. 

forswelen, A.Sax. forspelan, comburere; 
forswffilde (forswelde) (pret.) La-^,. 16228; 
forswgeled (part.) 16271. 

forswel^en, A.Sax. forspelgan, O.H.Germ. 
farswelgan, deglutire; vorzvelje ayenb. 
56; forspeolhes (pres.) a. r. 66^''"; for- 
spealh (pret.) hom. 1, 123; forsral3 
3Iarg. 161; vorzval3 ayenb. 67; for- 
spolhen (part.) Marh. 13. 

vorspelten, A. Sax. forspeltan (mori) ? 
Marh. 5, 4. 

forswerin, A.Sax. forsperiau, O.H.Germ. 
fersveren, forswear, "pe7jurare\ prompt. 
173 ; he him vorzverp ayenb. 6; ne for- 
sperie pu pe hom. 1, 13. 

forswinken? forswunke exhausted with la- 
bour, rel. ant. 1, 180. 

forswiden comburere, (? ms. forsweden) st. 
gen. 1140; forspidande (part.) a. r. 306*. 

forsworen, A. Sax. forsporen, (part.) for- 
sworn, Langl. b 19, 367; heo beod for- 
sworene La-^. 21185. 

forsporenesse perjury, hom. 1, 103. 



184 



for- 



for- 



fortredeii, A. Sax. fortredan, 0. II. Germ. 

furtretan, tread down; fortrede Ilalliw. 

diet 374; fortroden (part. J Chauc. C. 

t. ed. Tyrwh. p. 160. 
-for]>€iiclieii, A. Sax. forpencan, O.H.Germ, 

ferdenchen, repent? (he) him ssel perof 

vorpenche ayenh. 5; hit ne ssel pe vor- 

penche (= forpunche) 169; his dediis 

him sore forpo;^te (= forptihte ?) Amad. 

ed. Rols. Xrill, S. 
forprgesteii, A. Sax. forpr£estaii(?), distort; 

forprast fpart.J a. p. 2, 249. 
forprawen tJirow away; vorprawe ayenh. 86. 
forpringen, A. Sax. forpringan, oppress; 

forprungen fpart.J Orm. 6169. 
forpunchen forthink, displicere; vordenche 

IlicTc. tlies. 1, 224; forpinkep fpres.J 

Langl 9, 129 flO, 168 J; pat forpinkep 

me Mand. 303; me forpinkep pat 1 so 

did(e) m.Artk3849; forpinkes JFill. 6422. 
forpursten, Germ, ferdursten, siti conjici; 

forthirst (part.) prompt. 173; forprist 

Orm. 6679. 
forwaken ? forwaked exhausted with wahing, 

Will. 790; Chauc. C. t. 6016; forwakid 

Town. myst. 104. 
forwallen hoil away ; for|>alled fpres.J horn. 

1, 261. 
forwandren? forwandred exhausted with 

wandering, Chauc. r. r. 3336. 
forwarjien maledicere; forpar3ed fpart.J 

Orm. 8048. 
forweaxen, A.Sax. forpeaxan, wax to ex- 
cess; forwoxen fpart.J Parten. 2990. 
forwelhen = forwelken; vorwelwed fpart.J 

I. h. r. 22. 
forweiken, Germ, ferwelken, emarcescere; 

forwelked fpart.J Chauc. r. r. 361. 
forwenden convertere; forwent fpart.J st. 

gen. 1121. 
forwenien, M.H.Germ. verwenen, forwean, 

spoil; forweni, forwanie Langl. b 6, 36; 

forpened fpart.J ham. 2, 41; forweined 

dep. R. 6, 11. 



forwepen? forwept exhausted with weeping^ 
Will. 2868. 

forweri excessively tvoary, Will. 2443 1 
Chauc. r. r. 3336; m. Arth. 2901. 

vorwerien tvear out, La^. 14479; forwe- 
red fpart.J Chauc. r. r. 236; forwerd 
pi. cr. 736. 

forwerien weary out; forweried fparir.J st. 
gen. 3894. 

forwernen, A.Sax. forpyrnan, prohibit, re- 
fuse: hpi polde god spa litles pinges 
him forperne ham. 1, 221; forwurnen 
La^. 3497. 

forwerpen, A.Sax. forpeorpan, O.L.Germ. 
for-, farwerpan, 0. II. Germ, for-, far-, 
ferwerfan, reject, rel. ant. 1, 216; for- 
perpen Orm. 1320; vorp(e)orpen a. r. 
120 ; forwarp fpret.J ps. 77, 60"^; for- 
porpen fpart.J Orm. 1393; vorporpen 
a. r. 366. 

forvvlenchen hecome proud? forwleint fpart.J 
spec. 24. 

forpreien, A.Sax. forpregan, accuse, p. I. 
s. VIII, 49; Jul. 46; forpreied fpart.J 
a. r. 172''. 

forwundien, A.Sax. forpundian, wound; 
forwundede fpret.J La\ 147 13; forwon- 
ded fpart.J Roh. 66, 3; forwounded 
Will. 3686; Chauc. r. r. 1830. 

forwundrien, Germ, ferwundern, amaze, a- 
stonish; forpundred fpart.J Orm. 3417; 
forwondrid m. t. 19; forwondret ant, 
Arth. XXVI, 9. 

forwurcheu, A.Sax. forpyrcan, O.L.Germ. 
for-, farwirkean, O.H.Germ. far-, ferwir- 
chen, -yiVLYchQux, perdere ; forporhte fpret.J 
horn. 1, 221; forworht fpart.J La"^. 
16694; forproht Orm. 17 647 ; forwrogt 
st. gen. 266. 

forwurden, A.Sax. forpeordan, forpurdan 
O.H.Germ. fur-, for-, farwerdan, perish 
La\ 28426; vorpurden a. r. 210; for- 
worthe ps. 1, 6; forpurpep fpres.J Orm. 
18826; forworthes pr. c. 780; forpurde 



for-' 



foren 



185 



fsuhjunctj Kath. 2101 ; forworden fpret.J 

La\ 1777; forpiirpen f part. J Orm. 

19216; foi-porpe, furw(u)rpe o. a. n. 

673. 
for-, Fr, for-. 

forfet, Fr. forfait, forfeit, Langl. a 4, 

114. 
forfetin forfeit, prompt. 172. 
forfeture, Fr. forfaiture, forfeiture, Langl. 

h 4, 131. 
forain, O.Fr. foraiu, Joreign: foreine goodes 

Chmic. Boet. 851. 
forbischin, Fr. fourbir, farhish, prompt. 170, 
force, Fr. force, force, Will. 1217. 
forcer, 0,Fr. forcier, coffer. Will. 4432; 

s. s. ed. Wr. 2949. 
ford, A.lSax. ford, 0. II. Germ, furt, ford, 
^^vadum'\ fragm. 3, 51; Trist. 3, 48; 
pene vord (ford) La^. 20159; ford, forp 
Wicl. genes. 32; ford, forde, forth, forthe 
Langl. 5, 576 (6, 57 J; forp a. p. 1, 150. 
fore, A. Sax. fore, 0. L. Germ. 0. H. Germ. 
fora, O.Fr is. fara, Goth, faura, fore fvorej, 
pro, prae, ante: pet tu fore ibeden havest 
Marh. 21 ; pat ich fore habbe imurned 
La\ 13472; non no spak him on word 
fore Alis. 4038; pis . . . perle . . . pe 
joueler jef fore alle his god a. p. 1, 
733; (h)is sone pat al pe sorwe is fore 
Will. 2941 ; fore pe miracle pet hi seghe 
was here beliave ))e mOre istrengped misc. 
30; pis Gilbert hire tolde fore Belc. 31; 
so stille and derne he was pe fend fore 
c. I. 1030; ich com ... for te parnin 
op fore hom. 1, 253; for pe welpe . . . 
1 have him wrou3t fore Will. 2076; as 
pei fore seiden Jos. 208; pe vore izede 
Jon ayenh. 190; comp. her-, hwar-, paer- 
fore. 
forefader forefatlier; forefadres, forfadres 

fpl.J Langl. b 5, 501. 
forefbt forefoot; forefet />/.; Will. 3284. 
foregengle ancestor; voregenglen fpl.J La^. 

25082. 



forgoere foregoer, Langl. 2, 162 (187 ). 
fore3eard foreyard; for^erd Wicl. E%. 10. 
foreheved forehead, Bel. 2200; vorheaved 

a. r. 18; forheved Fercev. 495; forheed 

Chauc. C. t. a 154. 
foresiht, 0. II. Germ, forasiht, foresight ; 

forsi3t, forsighte prompt. 17 1. 
vorespeche preface, ayenh. 5. 
foretaken, A. Sax. foretacen, 0. II. Germ. 

forazeichan, foretoken; fortaken Orm. 

16157; foretoken Gow. 1, 131 ; fortocne 

hom. 2, 81. 
foretellen foretell: as he foretolde Langl. 

a 11, 165. 
foretop foretop; fortop treat. 137 . 
foretop foretooth; fortep (pi.) Flw\ 1609. 
forewal, A. Sax. forepeall, forewall, Wicl. 

Is. 26. 
foreward, A.Sax. forepeard, forward; fore- 

wardes Mand. 61. 
foreward, A.Sax. forepeard, O.Icel. for- 

vordr, agreemeyit, covenant, La-^. 23657 ; 

c. I. 1055; forepard a. r. 126; vore- 

pard 0. a. n. 1689; foreward, forward 

Langl. 6, 36 (7 , 38 J; forward Chauc. 

a t. a 829; m. Arth. 3695. 
forewit prescience? for wit Langl. b 5, 166. 
fore see furh. 

fore, A.Sax. for, 0. II. Germ, fuora, from 
faren, course, march, proceeding, expedition, 
St. gen. 2984; Rob. 386, 14; Alis. 2355; 
rel. ant. 1, 160; Brennes . . . heom beh 
aefter mid starkere fore La'^. 5568; pe 
cnihtes weoren on fore 5858; heo nOmen 
heore vore into pas kinges biire 13667; 
and so forleost pe hund his fore o. a. 
n. 817. 
foren, A.Sax. foran, O.L.Germ. foran, fora- 
na, O.H.Germ. forna, (bejfwe, ante: foren 
an his hsefde (ms. hafde) f(yrn an seinem 
haubte, La^. 23968; foren (forn) to his 
breoste 20121; forn a3a)n (ms. a3an) 
him 18528; pe3 token eft forn on tO 
serfen Orm. 553; forn a3ens Wicl. genes. 

24 



186 



forest 



foster 



16; spim |)u foren me horn. 1, 51; foren 

us to gon st. gen. 3541 ; comp. a-, aet-, 

bi-, toforen. 
forest, O.Fr. forest, forest, Chauc. C. t. a 

1975; hi Je fr. 145. 
forester, forster, O.Fr. forestier, forester, 

Langl. h 17, 112; Cham. C. t.' a 117. 
forette, ferette, ltd. furetto, ferret, prompt. 

171. 
forge, Fr. forge, forge, prompt. 172. 
forgin, Fr. forger, forge, prompt. 172. 
forghe see furli. 
forke, Lat. furca, forh, voc. ISO; spec. 110; 

forken f^pl.j La^. 21102; forkis dep. R. 

8, 3. 
forme, Fr. forme, Lat. forma, form, prompt. 

172; hi makede a forme p. I. s. XIII, 

314; an hare whan he in forme li|) 

treat. 139. 
forme, A.Sax. forma, feorma, O.L.Germ. 0. 

Fris. forma, primus, Lay 4942; Orm. 

14431; 0. a. n. 820; Alis. 1292; s. s. 

ed. JFeh. 1424; Jos. 685; pe forme man 

c. I. 1477; oure forme fader a. p. 1, 

638; pr. c. 483; pe vorme dole a. r. 

10; fp.rme p. s. W5; firme st. gen. 59; 

see frame. 
formiii, Fr. former, form, formare, prompt. 

172. 
formest, A.Sax. formest, fyrmest, O.Fris. 

formest, foremost (formest). Will. 939; 

Langl. I 10, 215; seppen Adam formest 

sunne bigon c. I. 1140; formast a. p. 2, 

494; furmest p. s. 154; firmest rel. ant. 

1, 213 ; st. gen. 1472; pe formeste La-^. 

6855; pet formeste liht hom. 1, 139; 

Tormest(e) a. r. 200. 
foriiaise, Fr. fournaise, furnace, ayenh. 74; 

furneise Jul. 32. 
forrier, 0. Fr.^ forrier, fourrier, ayenh. 195. 
forst see frost. 
foriT, A.Sax. ford, O.L.Germ. forth, ford, 

ford, O.Fris. forth, ford, M.lI.Germ. vort, 

forth: ford pe king wende Lay 25751; 



pe soulen ])et beod ford faren a. r. 30; 
vord bringen 66; he droh pat pitnessfe) 
forp Orm. 3078; farep for}) 6406; ford 
g6n 6'^. gen. 845; pat him hadde ifed 
& ... forp ibrojt p. I. s. XIII, 135; 
forp fare c. I. 218; Alis. 6937; ps. 10, 
2; he hffehte heom ford riht Lay 25713; 
forp riht ... he fljfeh a ]7e3 Orm. 3196; 
3if pu -pult peonne vord more vorhoten 
pine sunne a. r. 340; forspole^ed pene 
hoc ford mid ])an ese hom. 1, 123; so 
fer forp fram his men Will. 209; so 
ford ant so feor 3Iarh. 15; se ford Kath. 
243; he pule to vord a. r. 294; vorp 
to usque ad. Bob. 7, 22; ford pet ic 
alegge pine feond ho7n. 1, 91; whanne it 
was forp dales flate in the day), Wicl. 
Mark 6. 

fordfare departure, decease. Lay 6009. 
vordjong, A.Sax. fordgang, progress, a, 

r. 318. 
fordsld, A.Sax. fordsid, departure, decease; 

vordside fdat.J hom. 1, 197 . 
forppard, A.Sax. fordpeard, forthward, 
protenus, Orm. 5226; forpward Beh. 
674; Will. 3630; ford ward (forpwardes) 
heo wenden Lay 5370; vordpard a. r. 
242. 

for J) see ford. 

for|)eu see furpen. 

forjier see furder. 

ford'ieii, A.Sax. fordian, promote, effect, exe- 
cute; forden st. gen. 341; rel. ant. 1, 
212; forped fpjart.J Orm. 212; comp. a-, 
ful-, ifordien. 

for we see furh. 

foster, A. Sax. fostur, 0. Icel. fostr, from 
fode, foster, nutrimentum, Marh. 8, 9; 
freo monne foster f child J Kath. 451; 
Eleine min a3en voster Lay 25921; in 
oure fostre mir. pi. 194. 
fosterchild foster-child, fragm. 2, 21. 
fosterfajder foster-father, fragm. 2, 20; 
fosterfader Orm. 8855. 



fosterling 



fra- 



187 



vostermoder foster-mother, Lay 25899; 
Mark. 8, 30. 
fosterlings A. Sax. fosterling(?), fosterling, 

alumnus; fosterlinges fpl.J Lay 28574. 
fostre, A. Sax. fostre(?), O.Icel. fostra, nu- 

trix, st. gen. 2624. 
fostrien^ A. Sax. fostriaii('?), O.Icel. fostra, 

O.Dutch voedsteren, foster, nutrire, fragm. 

8, 57; fostrin Marh. 2, 16; fostren fms. 

fosstrenn) Orm. 1558; fostre Chauc. C. 

t. 8469; ps. 54, 23; fostrej fpres.J a. 

r. 296; fOstrede fpret.J Lay 25858; 

fostred (part. J st. gen. 2618; Havel. 

1434; lloccl. 1, 229. 
fostrild nutrix, a. r. 72. 
fot, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. fiit, O.Icel. 

fotr, Goth, fotus, 0. II. Germ, fuoz, Gr. 

Tiouc g&i^' Ttodoc, Lat. pes gen. pedis, 

}Velsh ped, Sanscr. T\fV gen. iX^^, foot, 

Orm. 11369; vot a. r. 194; pan vot 

Rol. 490, 14; & i pe leitende fur het 

parpen euch fot (man, per synecdochenj 

Kath. 1371; and ever ilk fot of hem 

slowe Havel. 2432; on fote a. p. 2, 79; 

fet fpl.J Lay 31973; Orm. 4775; chron. 

Engl. 630; vet a. r. 122; fit s. a. c. 

XVI, 10; fotan fdat. pi.) hom. 1, 91; 

voten Lay 14820; fel to his fote misc. 

53; fallep him to feete (im zu fikzenj 

Chauc. C. t. 5524; comp. crilwe-, harefot. 

fotfolk peditatus, Man. 12019. 

fOtelame (fotlame?) p. 51, 11. 

fotman footman. Alls. 1611 . 

fotsceomel hom. 1, 91. 

fOtsteppe footstep, prompt. 174. 

fotpelm ^^planta' f pedis), fragm. 2, 15. 
f6|)cr, A.Sax. foder, O.L.Germ. vother, M. 

II. Germ, vuoder, f other, vehes, onus: pat 

hadde ilad of dong ful many a foper 

(fother, fothir) Chauc. C. t. a 530; on 

his head fallep pe foper Rich. 1732; 

fopir Alls. 1809; voder to hevi vor te 

vedren mide pe soiile a. r. 140; pritti 

vodere (foper) Lay 25762. 



fou see fah. 

fouaile^ O.Fr. fouaille, fuel, prompt. 174. 

foue see feawe. 

foul see fu3el and ful. 

foully O.Fr. faon, fawn, ^'■hinnulus\ prompt, 

175; founes fpl.) Mand. 290. 
fouiideii see fundien. 
foiiuilren^ 0. Fr. fondrer, founder ; foundred 

fpret.) Chauc. C. t. a 2687 ; foundret ant. 

Arth. XLII, 9. 
four see feower. 
fow see fah. 
fowc see feawe. 
fowcl see fu;:^el. 
fowin^ O.Icel. faga fpolire, colere)? ^^purgare\ 

prompt. 175; fowen Beves 1120; fowid 

(part.) prompt. 175. 
foware^ 0. Icel. fagari ? ^^purgator\ prompt. 

174. 
fox^ A.Sax. fox, O.II.Germ. fuhs, fuchs, fox, 

mdpes, rel. ant. 1, 217 ; fox, vox o. a. n. 

812 ^ 819; foxes glove digitalis, rel. 

ant. 1, 36; voxe (foxe) (dat.) Lay 20840; 

voxes (pi.) a. r. 128. 

foxliche hom. 1, 31. 
foxish foxish, ^^vulpinus\ prompt. 175. 
fra, O.Icel. O.II.Germ. fra, Goth, fra-, fro 

(fra), ah: spa fer fra godes riche Orm. 

1265; drihtin takep it fra me 4820; pe 

limes pat er cutted fra pe bodi pr. c. 

37 15; god ledde hem fro helle nigt st. 

gen. 89; ho ros fro dede rel. ant. 1, 209; 

dede hire fete . . . fro Winchestre Havel. 

318; nevere heo nule him wende fro c. 

I. 1170; cOmen ... fro pemperour of 

Grece Will. 1424; fro whennes he come 

Langl. h 5, 532 (a 6, 16 has from); n5 

ping pou may take fro na Mand. 294; 

fro whens he comep Wicl. John 3; god 

schilde us fro schame Eglam. 508. 

V frset, M. H. Germ, fra^ (eating). 
fretepil voracious, a. r. 128^. 

? freten, A.Sax. fretan, O.II.Germ. frezan, 
Goth, fraitan, fret (freat), eat up, devour ^ 



188 



fracchin 



free 



Lay 31677; frete Shoreh. 161; fretiii 
^^corrodfire\ prompt. 179; fretep fpres.J 
Orm. 16133; vret a. r. 184; frat fpret.J 
ps. 79, 14; fret Uoh. 203, 18; Alis. 
703; Will 87; frest Lmigl 12468; 
' freten Alis. 5171; freten {part. J st. gen. 
2101; AUs. 5179; Chauc. C. t. a 2068; 
ifreten misc. 147 . 
fraward froivard: pa turnest tu pe fra- 
pard god Orm. 4672; if he fraward be 
pr. c. 87; froward st. gen. 3322; pe 
weder was cold and froward s. s. ed. 
Web. 2622. 
fracchin fratch, "stridere\ prompt. 175. 
fra^iien see freinen. 

fraht^ 0. Dutch vracht, freight ffraughtj; 
fraught hid. Cov. 137; freight, freit "^•^c- 
tura\ prompt. 177 . 
frahten^ O.Dutch vrachten, freight ffraughtj; 
fraiight(e) Chauc. C. t. h 171; fv3i,u7^t {part. J 
Will. 2732. 
fraiel^ O.Fr. fraiel, frael, frail, fiscella, Rich. 

1549; fraiel, freiel Langl. h 13, 94. 
fraisteiij O.Icel. freista, inquire, examine, try; 
fraist(e) Man. 8391; fraiste fpres.) a. p. 
1, 169; fraistes pr. c. 1090; Ismnb. 669; 
fraisted fpret.J Iw. 3253; fraisted f part. J 
Gaio. 1679; silver fraisted wip pe fire 
^'■argentum igne examinatuwk\ ps. 11, 7 . 
fraked^ A. Sax. fracod, turpis? pis frakede 

folc horn. 2, 83. 

frakci turpis'^ misc. 93; he bid pidiiteu 

feire & frakel pidinnen horn. 1, 25; hu 

vrakel is pe porldes blisse a. r. 182; 

pis hkele porld & frakele h. m. 7; sey]) 

him vayre bivore and frakele bihinde rel. 

ant. 1, 183. 

frakeii frecken, '■'■lentigo, lenticula\ prompt. 

176; frakin, frekin voc. 209 Sf 267; 

fraknes, freknes fplj Chauc. C. t. a 2169. 

frani, A. Sax. fram, from, O.L.Germ. O.K. 

Germ. Goth, fram, from : ne mahtii . . . 

pende mm herte fram him Kath. 1506; 

hit is so fur fram pe sonne treat. 137 ; 



to wite pe fram pe fende Shoreh. 90; 
vram pe ginninge of pe wordle ayenb. 12; 
a litil fram his halle s. s. ed. Wr. 750; 
pei konne noujt don it fram (from) hem 
Langl. b 1, 194; ])e from (fram) drihtene 
com Lay 20; from loden alesen 1084; 
vrom deie to deie a. r. 218; pet he par- 
die ou vrom alle peo pet ou apaited 
174; wenden heom from misc. 152; pat 
from hevene dude alihte c. I. 656; from 
morwe til eve Will. 763. 
framward fromivard: pat evene fram ward 
pan est toward pane west drou3 Brand. 
3; fromward, frommard (framward) Lay 
1899 Sf 26168; fleo pe spudere vrom- 
mard ham a. r. 92. 

frame^ O.Icel. frami m. fpromotio, emolument 
tum, commodumj, O.Dutch vrame /. fcom- 
modumj? profit, advantage, Orm. 961; rel. 
ant. 1, 169; 3Ian. 2483; he dede de 
Ebri(u)s frame st. gen. 2540; note ant 
frame spec. 71; jif hit be for mi frame 
Halliw. diet. 37 8; frame ^fabricd\ prompt. 
176. 

franiien^ A.Sax. framian(?), O.Fris. framia, 
0. Icel. frama fproficere, ornarej, frame, 
proficere, prodesse : al . . . ])at ham pule 
framien h. m. 29; he sulden . . . here 
orf framen 6-^. gen. 1642; framin "dolare', 
prompt. 176; frames fpres.J a. r. 126^' ; 
litel hit frames Man. 11112; framed 
f part. J Rich. 1859. 

franchise, Fr. franchise, franchise, Farten. 
3745. 

frankelein franldin, UbertinuH, Chauc. C. t. 
a 331 ; frankeleines fpl.J Langl. b 19, 39. 

frape, O.Fr. frape, rout, Chauc. Troil. 3259; 
Man. 9825. 

fraternite, Fr. fraternite, fraternity, Chauc. 
C. t. a 364. 

fre see freo. 

free, A.Sax. free, O.Icel. frekr, Goth, friks, 
O.H.Germ. frecher, freck ffrackj, audax, 
avidus; frek Min. 15; Degrev. 1365; 



freden 



freo 



189 



vrech (free) a. r. 128; *in\ prompt. 179; 
Lidg. m. p. 230; pe frecche mue. 73; 
freche ^pl.J Lay 94W; freke d. Arth. 
2821. 

frecliclie fragm. h\ oS; vrecliche La^. 
31772; vrechlTche a. r. 204; freldi d. 
Arth. 13()0. 
freden^ A. Sao-, (ge)fredan, O.Dutch vroeden, 

0. If. Germ, fruotan, sapere, sentire; frede 
Gow. 2, 119; fredep fpres.J Shoreh. 7; 
fredde fpret.J Shoreh. 120; s. s. ed. Weh. 
1514; comp. ifreden. 

frefreii see frofrien. . 

freiucii^ A. Sax. frignan pret. fraegn, O.L. 
Germ. frignan(?) pret. fragn, O.Icel. freg- 
na pret. fra, Goth, fraihnan, frain, inter- 
rogare, Kath. 1645; h. m. 33; st. gen. 
1047 ; freiiie Gow. 2, 384 ; Oetov. 
1381; fraeinien Lay 17116; frajnen 
fms. fra^jnenn) Orm. 5664; fraine Irist. 
3, 30; Fercev. 1293; freined fpres.J a. 
r. 264; frainez a. p. 1, 129; freiiie 
fimperat.J Mire 912; fraine fsuhjunct.J 
Amad. ed. Hobs. LVI, 7; frain f pret. J 
L Langl. h 16, 174^'; freinede, fraeinede 
\ Lay 6627 ^ 7244; freinede st. gen. 2759; 
freined Will. 1303; m. Arth. 678; frai- 
nede, . frained Langl. 1, 56 (58); frajned 
(part.) Orm. 12973; comp. i-, offreinen. 

freitour "refectoriayn\ prompt. 177 ; Brand. 
13; pi. cr. 220. 

frek see free. 

freke^ A. Sax. freca, hold man, Alis. 2161; 
Will. 402; Langl. 4, 12; a. p. 2, 6; 
ant. Arth. XXXII, 8; frechen (pi.) Kath. 
732. 

frele, O.Fr. frele, fraile, Lat. fragilis, frail, 
p. I. s. XXV, 136; Langl. 3, 117 (121). 

fremde see fremede. 

freme, A.Sax. freme, /rem (freem), strenuus, 

1. c. e. 5. 

fremsom, A.Sax. fremsum, utilis, henignus. 
fremsomnes, A.Sax. fremsumness, Henig- 
nitas\ ps. 64, 12^. 



freme^ A.Sax. fremu, profit, advantage: for 
pe freme of pe loande proclam. 3; vreme 
ayenh. 69; freome fragm. 5, 49; a. r. 
124''. 
fremfiil horn. 1, 109; vremvol ayenh. 80. 

fremede^ A.Sax. fremede, fremde, fremde, 
O.L. Germ, fremidi, fremithi, O.H.Germ. 
fremider, Goth, framapis, fremd, extraneusj 
alienus, horn. 1, 185; Horn 68; a vreo- 
mede (fremde) child a. r. 184; fremde 
Havel. 2277; Ilirc 1352; of fremde lond(e) 
Chauc. C. t. 10743; fremde men Orm. 
1250; fremde and sibbe Roh. 346, 1; 
wip fremid(e) and sibbe p. s. 202. 

fremcite? st. gen. 349. 

fremieii^ A.Sax. fremian, fremman, O.L.Germ. 
fremian, O.Icel. fremja, O.Fr is. fremma, 
promote, perform, profit, Kath. 288; vreo- 
mien a. r. 284; fremen st. gen. 173; 
he sholden his wille freme Havel. 441; 
freme ^^proficere\ ps. 88, 23; heo scullen 
me monradene . . . fremmen Lay 24010; 
fremede (pret.) Kath. 2399; fremede 
'-'■profuii)', horn. 1, 127 ; comp. fulfremie'n. 

freud see freond. 

frenge fringe, prompt. 178; frenges (pi.) 
Gaw. 598. 

Frenkisch^ A.S-jx. Frencisc, French, Gate. 
1116; Frensc Lay 7663. 

freo, A.Sax. freo, fri, O.Fris. fri, fria, 0. 
HGerm. frier, Goth, freis fem. ini^., free, 
liber, liheralis, Lay 23574; Kath. 1179; 
0. a. n. 1507; Beh. 554; Alis. 192; 
freo, vreo a. r. 220 4' 370; freo, fre 
Orm. 2974 ^^ 12201; fre, free Chmc 
C. t. a 852] fri Shoreh. 102; vri ayenh, 
86; frerre (compar.) horn. 1,271; freore 
c. I. 243; vreoest (superlat.) a. r. 398; 
freoboren, freoibpren free-hm^n, Jul. 6 ^' 7. 
freobroder, A.Sax. freobrodor, p-ater ger- 
manus, (? ms. frobroder) Alis. ed. Sk. 23. 
freedom freedom, h. m. 5; fredom Havel. 

631; Mand. 193; Man. 71, 17. 
freolsieu, A.Sax. freolsiau, O.Icel. frelsa, 



190 



freo 



Frie 



frialsa, for freohalsien, from O.Fris. fri-, 
friahals, Goth, freihals f liberty J '^ libera- 
te, celebrate: messeda^ to freolsen fms. 
freoUsenn) Orm. 2720; frels fpres, im- 
perat.J rel. ant. 1, 22. 
freolac, freolaic, vreoleic, freolec liberali- 
ty, a. r. W2, 222 Sf 386; freolaic 
Kath. 2398. 
fxQoYvoh freely, liber, Mark. 13; Kath. 68; 
freli m. Arth. 3121; freoliche libere, 
Lay 185; freli Chauc. C. t. a 1207. 
freman freeman, Havel. 628. 
frenesse freeness, prompt. 17 8. 
freoscipe liberty. Lay 459; vreoschipe 
liberality, a. r. 386. 
freo^ A. Sax. freo, O.L.Germ. fri, noble wo- 
man; fre Gaw. 1549; IJegrev. 745. 
frco^eii, A. Sax. iiQO^^w, free, liberare; freo- 
i3en, freoieii Lay 882 Sf 5619; freoiu 
Marh. 3; fren «^. gen. 27 87; freodefpret.J 
Lay 6175; fried fpart.J horn. 2, 103; 
camp. ifreo3en. 
freolsicn see under freo. 
Ireond^ A.Sax. freond, O.Fris. friond, friiind, 
O.L.Germ. inxmdi, O.ll.Germ.fnont, friunt, 
Goth, frijonds, O.Icel. frsendi, from A.Sax. 
freogan, freon, Goth, frijon (amare), friend, 
amans, amicus. Lay 708; freond, frend 
Orm.. 1609 Sf 17960; vrieiid, vrend a- 
yenh.162; frend JFill. 727; freend prompt. 
178; frind And. 22; freond fpl.J Lay 
703; Bek 367; frend Orm. 443 ; st. gen. 
1775; Mapes 334; freonden fdat. pi. J 
La-^. 197; freonde p. I. s. VIIl, 111. 
' frondllch, frendli friendly, Chauc. C. t. a 
2680; frendloker fcompar.J Langl. 10, 
225 (11, 171). 
frendlihede Gow. 2, 286. 
freondrede, A.Sax. freondraeden, amicitia, 

Alis. 1488; vrendrede ayenb. 149. 
freondschipe friendship, a. r. 98. 
freosen, A.Sax. freosan, O.Icel. friosa, O.II. 
Germ, friusan, freeze, frigere, gelare; fr(e)ost 
(pres.) 0. a. n. 620; hi freosep treat. 



136; fres fpret.J Man. 121, 28; Gaw. 

728; frees JFicl. eccles. 43; froreu (part. J 

misc. 151; frore spec. 25; ifrore treat. 

137. 
frere, 0,Fr. frere, friar, Belc 1182; Langl. 

3, 35 (36); Chauc. C. t. a 208. 
fresch, A.Sax. fersc, O.Icel. ferskr, O.H. 

Germ, friscer, fresh (frish), p. I. s. XXX, 

49; als fresch for to fi3t(e) as pei were 

on morwe JFill. 3640; fresh Orm. 6348; 

Chauc. C. t. a 92; pr. c. 1254; verse 

horn. 1, 175; fersch treat. 136; fersch, 

verss Rob. 7, 3 Sf 217, 12; on fresche 

steden Alis. 2405 ; of fresche watir Mand. 

115. 

freschli freshly, prompt. 178; Gaw. 1294. 
frese^ O.L.Germ. fresa, 0. Butch vrese, 0. 

II.Germ. freisa, periculum, metus? no fre- 

se Town. myst. 30. 

fresllch, 0. II.Germ. freislTcher, periculosus, 
terribilis? fresllche (? fresliche == fers- 
llche V. r.) . . . wol us affrai p. I. s. 
XXV, 32; ride fresli (? fresli) toward 
here fos Will. 1190. 
frest see fri&t. 
frete^ A.Sax. fraetu pi. fraetpe, O.L.Germ. 

fratoh, fret., ornamentum : her fret of gold 

Chauc. I. (/. w. 225; wip frette of perle 

Goto. 2, 228. 
freteii see under fra. 
tVetieii, A. Sax. fraetpian, 0. L. Germ, frato- 

hon, /ret, ornare; fretted (part.) Langl. 

2, 11; a. p. 2,1476; ifretid i^^r. 3926. 
fre|> see fricl. 
frevreii see frofrien. 
fri^ O.Icel. frio, fra;, Goth, fraiv? fry, semen: 

to the and to thi fri mi blissing graunt 

i Town. myst. 24. 
fri see freo. 
Frie, A.Sax. Frig('?), O.Icel. Frigg, see Gr. 

mythol. 278, Fe?ius, Rob. 1J2, 17; Freon 

(dat.) Lay 13931. 

Fridaei, A.Sax. Frigedseg, O.Icel. Friadagr, 
O.U.Germ. Friatag, Friday, Lay 13932; 



Me 



froh 



191 



Frldai KatL 2531; Roh. 112, 18; Vri- 
dei a. r. 422. 
Vriniht (Frinacht) a. r. 122. 

frie, O.Icel. frj^ja fexprohratio ignaviaej? 
freles, O.Icel. fr^julaiiss? hlmneless, a. p. 
1, 431. 

frieii, O.Icel. frj^ja, reprove, hlame; Me Ha- 
vel. 1908; to fri3en fms. fri33enii) & to 
tselen Orm. 16513. 

frieii, Fr. frire, fry; friin ^frigere\ prompt. 
179; frie Cham. C. t. a 383 ; ifrid f part. J 
ayenb. 111. 

fri)t see furht. 

Frise, A. Sax. Frisa, Frysa, Fresa, O.Fris. 
Frisa, i^nso. 

Frislond, A. Sax. Frys-, Fresland, Frisia, 
Lay 23377. 

frisc, Fr. frise, frie%e, prompt. 179. 

frisen^ Fr. fj-iser, frieze; frise fpres.J prompt. 
179; frised (part. J ibid. 

frist, A. Sax. first, fjrst #*., O.Fris. first, 
ferst w., O.Icel. frest w., O.II.Germ. frist 
/., s^«(j(9 o/* ^Vm<9, respite; frest Onw. -26'i; 
do pou nouth on fres.t pis fare Havel. 
1337; first Aom. i, i^"!,- first, feorst 
(forst) Lay 4506 8f 12242; fiirst horn. 
1, 19; Bel. 630; Flor. a. Bl. a 638 (h 
401 J; he pet . . . dep hit a verst ayevl). 
32. 

fristeii^ A.Sax. firstan(?), fyrstan(?), O.Fris. 
fersta, O.Icel. fresta, 0. H. Germ, fristan, 
respite: no langer wold he freste Halliw. 
diet. 380; frist(e) fpres.J a. p. 2, 743; 
verste fimper.J ayenh. 173; firsten fsubj.J 
Mark. 15, 6; firstede fpret.J Kath. 2399. 

friff, A.Sax. frid, frido, freodo, O.Icel. fridr 
gen. fridar, O.Fris. fretho, ferd, O.L.Germ. 
frithu, O.H.Germ. fridu gen. frido, frides, 
frith (firth), pax, tutela, septum, horn. 2, 
101; st. gen. 681; bihahte to halden 
frid Lay 2549; frip Orm. 3380; Will. 
822; Langl. h 17, 112 (11593); Iw. 
157; Gaw. 1973; a. p. 2, 534; frip or 
forest toun or fild Amad. ed. Robs. LXXl, 



5; frep Begrev. 486; on fride in peace, 
hom. 1, 13; 3e huntied i pes kinges . 
fride Lay 1432; in frepe and in feld(e) 
Tor. 586; firthe d. Arth. 1409; Town, 
myst. 131; comp. deorfrid. 
fripsocne asylum, rel. ant. 1, 33. 
Freperic, A.Sax. Freoderic, Frederic, Rob. 
480, 13. 

friitien^ A.Sax. fridian, freodian, O.Icel. 
frida, O.Fris. frethia, ferdia, O.L.Germ. 
frithon, Goth. (ga)fripon, O.H.Germ. (ge)- 
fridon, keep in peace, preserve, secure from 
disturbance: eoper lond ic pulle fripian 
hom. 1, 15; ne pat . . . deade bodi nu- 
len ha napt fridie 283; friden st. gen. 
786; fripe Man. 8733; vrepie ayenb. 7 ; 
fridede (pret.) Kath. 2399"^; friped (part.) 
ant. Arth. I, 7 . 

fro see fra. 

frdde^ O.Icel. fraudi? rana, bufo? froden 
(ph) hom. 1, 326; frude p. I s. VIII, 138. 

frofre, A.Sax. frofor, O.L.Germ. frofra, [0. 
H.Germ. fluobara], consolation, comfort, 
Orm. 87 86; frovre misc. 90; st. gen. 54; 
vrovre a. r. 92; frovre (frovere) La^. 
9075; fr6ver(e) rel. ant. 1, 171. 
frofergost '^paracletm\ fragm. 3, 3; frofre- 
gast Orm. 10554. 

frofrieii, A.Sax. frOfrian, frefrian, O.L.Germ. 
frofrean, [0. II. Germ, fluobiren], console, 
comfort; frofren Orm. 150; frovren Kath. 
287 ; vrovren a. r. 72; froveren rel. ant. 
1, 186; vroaefrien Lay 14844; frevre 
Beves 183; frovri, froveri (pres.) o. a. n. 
535; frevred hom. 1, 145; freverep 
Shoreh. 7; frovere (subjunct.?) c. I. 889; 
frovrede (pret.) Marh. 8; connp. ifrofrien. 

frefringe, A.Sax. frefrung, frofrung, consola- 
tion, hom. 2, 117 . 

frogge^ A.Sax. frocga, frog, rana, o. a. n. 
146; Rob. 69, 3: "ratiam'', Wicl. ps. 77; 
frogge, frugge "biifo', prompt. 180; frog- 
gen (pi.) hom. 1, 51, 

froh, 0. Icel. frar (celer)? f rough (frowj. 



192 



froise 



ful 



evisy frouli mtsc. 94; fals and frou^ 

Mopes 337; fals or frow h. s. 2305; 

frow ^^festine\ rel. ant. 2, 216. 
froise froise, prompt. 180; voc. 242; Gow. 

2, 93; I. e. c. 60. 
frok, Fr. froc, froch, prompt. 179; a. p. 2, 

136; frokke fdat.J Langl 5, 64 (HI). 
from see fram. 
frome see frume. 
frout^ Fr. front, front, prompt. 180; frount 

Belc. 1195; Man. 3360. 
frosch, A.8ax. frox, O.H.Germ. frosc, O.Icel. 

froskr, frosh, frosh, '•^rana\ voc. 223 ; frosli 

Wicl. ps. 77; frosch, frosk prompt. 180; 

fioske fdat.J d. Arth.1081; froskes fplj 

st. gen. 2977 ; ps. 104, 30; Town. myst. 

62; Gomp. eafrosk. 
frost, A.Sax. O.Fris. forst, O.IceJ. O.L.Germ. 

O.ILGerm. frost, from freosen, frost, ''ge- 

lu\ prompt. 180; Orm. 12655; Mand. 
. 130; frost, forst Wicl. ps. 77; forst 

treat. 137; Gaw. 1694; vorst Rol. 265, 

11; forstes (pi.) 0. a. n. 524. 
frosti, O.H.Germ. frostager, frosty, Chauc. 

C. t a 268. 
frothe, O.Tcel. froda, froth, "spuma", prompt. 

180. 
fro|)eii froth; froj)ip ^^spumat'\ IVicl. Mark 

9; fropen, frothen Chauc. C. t. a 1659; 

fropande (part.) a. p. 2, 1721. 
froiih, frow see froh. 
frounce, O.Fr. fronce, frounce, Chauc. Boet. 

147; frounces (pi.) Langl. h 13, 318. 
frouniu, Fr. (re)frogner, /ro^^-w, prompt. 180; 

froune Lidg. st. Th. 254. 
frovre see frofre. 
frfule see frode. 
frume, A. Sax. Goth, fruma, primus. 

frumberdling adolescens; frumberdlinges 
(pi.) hom. 2, 41. 

frumken(n)ed primogenitus, hom. 1, 87 ; 
hire frumkennede sune Mat. 1, 25. 

frumraes '? set pon friimraesen (frume reese ?) 
La^. 8665. 



frumschaft, frumscheft, A.Sax, frumsceaft, 
first creation, Jul. 2 Sf 3. 

frumschapen first created: Adam pene 
frumsce(a)pene mon hom. 1, 123. 
frume, A.Sax. fruma, principium, La"^. 13265; 

Flor. a. Bl. 135; from pe porlde frume 

(frome) o. a. n. 476; at te frume 1513; 

frome c. I. 595; Alu-. 5356; comp. ord- 

frume. 
friniipil, Butch frommel, ''ruga\ prompt. 

181. 
frum|)e, A. Sax. frymcT, principium, Orm. 

18558; misc. 142; i pe frumde a. r. 8; 

on fremede Mat. 19, 8. 
fruscheu, O.Fr. fruisser, frush, dash: pei 

frusclien to gidere Mand. 238; frouschen 

Begrev. 1087. 
frut, Fr. fruit, fruit, a. r. 150; treat. 133. 
fu^el, A.Sax. fugel, O.Icel. fugl, Goth, fugls, 

O.H.Germ. fogel, fowl, avis, o. a. n. 1097 ; 

fu^el, fo3el (fowel) La^. 2832 Sf 20174; 

fugel, fuel 5^. gen. 160 Sf 221; fuel a. 

r. 126; vo3el ayenh. 71; foghel pr. c. 

7075; fowel Horn 1414; treat. 139; 

fowel, foul Chauc. C. t. a 190; foul Mand. 

48; Tor. 2050; fulieles (pl.) Kath. 2124; 

fo3eles Shoreh. 146; foweles, foules Langl. 

5, 199 (355); fupelene (gen. pl.) a. r. 

298; foulen Ydat. pl.) Will 805. 

fuelkun, fowelcun o. a. n. 65. 
vo^elere, A.Sax. fugelere, fowler, auceps, a- 

yenh. 254; foulere Wicl. prov. 6; fuhele- 

res (gen.) Marh. 3. 
fouliu, A. Sax. fugelian, fowl, ^'■aucupari\ 

prompt. 175. 
fuir see fur. 

fuite, Fr. fuite, Gaw. 1425; feute Will. 90. 
ful, A.Sax. full, O.Icel. fullr, Goth, fulls, 

O.L.Germ. fnl, O.Fris. M, M, O.H.Germ. 

foller, Gr. izXio^, iiXzloQ, Buss, nojiiibiii, 

Lithuan. pilnas, Lat. plenus, full, st. gen. 

110; Langl. prol. 17; a scip ful (fol) of 

goldeX«3. 23694; ful neh,(fulneli ?) hom. 

1, 29; La^. 124; ful ipis (fulipis?) Orm. 



ful- 



ful- 



193 



687; 0. a. n. 1189; ful (M) iwis La^. 
1324; ful pel (fulpel?) horn. 1, 17; 
Mark. 4; a. r. 6; Orm. pre/. 17; ful 
briht Hick. thes. 1, 222; ful faste Ha- 
vel. 82; ful hard fO.Tcel. fuUhardr Egt'ksJ 
transact. 19, 321; a, ful bolde bacheler 
Langh h 16, 179; ful wis (Goth, fulla- 
veis) a. p. 1, 747; ful clone ant. Arth. 
XXX, 1 ; ful late pr. c. 789; vol ayenb. 
16; fol wel Shoreh. 1J9; Rich. 1550; 
pe fulle tale Orm. 11270; pat is mi 
fulle ivo misc. 42;^ mid fulle dreme o. a. 
n. 314; mid fullere streiiden /"r. streng- 
de) La). 29047; hare fulle fan h. m. 31; 
fulle seoven nihte La}. 1632; peres fulle 
foperti^ Orm. 11210; fulle six jer Horn 
926; ahte ant tventi folle 3er chron. 
Engl. 416; cotnp. Si^e-, bale-, care-, 
dred-, ejes-, est-, fer-, grid-, 3eorn-, 
hih-, ileaf-, luf-, man-, miht-, milds-, 
neod-, nip-, red-, sorh-, sun-, tir-, \va-, 
wil-, wurjtful. 
fulbrengen, O.Fris. fulbranga, pe7\7gere; 

fulbroht f part. J Orm. 16335. 
fuldede perfection, a. r. 372. 
fuldon, O.H.Germ. foUetuon, perficere, a. 

r. 372; voldo (part.) ayenb. 28. 
fulenden. Germ, follenden, finibh, achieve, 

p. I. s. nil, 123; fulende Bel. 2305; 

fulended f part. J horn. 2, 61. 
fulfordien accomplish, achieve; fulfordie horn. 

1, 237; fulfor})ed fpart.J Orm. 15597. 
fulfremien, A. Sax. fulfremian, accomplish, 

perfect; fulfremed fpart.J Orm. 2530. 
fulfremedlTlce perfectly, Orm. 10751. 
fulfremednesse perfection, Orm. 6083. 
fulfullen, A. Sax. fulfyllan, fulfill, a. r. 

288; fulfillen st. gen. 1222; fulfille a. 

p. 2, 264; fulfille, folfulle Langl. 6, 36 

(7, 38); fulfild, folfuld (part.) c. I. 

561; folfeld Shoreh. 147. 
volvellinge fulfilling, ayenb. 260. 
fulhede ^^plenitudo\ ps. 23, 1; volhcde 

ayenb. 119. 



fulliche fully, La). 14124; a. r. 124; 

0. a. n. 1687; fulllke Orm. 16302; 
fulli pr. c. 4570. 

Vfulst, A.Sax. fylst, fullest, fuUsest, 0. 

H.Germ. folleist, aux ilium, h. m. *17 ; 

purh godes fulste horn. 1, 107; fulste 

fdat) Liy 1747. 
? fulsten, A. Sax. fjlstan, fullcstan, ful- 

laestan, O.L.Germ. fullestian, O.H.Germ. 

folleisten, auxiliari. La). 5581; filsten 

o-el. ant. 1, 186; fulste (pres.) o. a. n. 

889; fulste fpret.) La). 1148. 
? filstnen = fulsten, Orm. 6170; filstnede 

fpret) rel. ant. 1, 209. 
fulsum fulsome, copiosus, st. gen. 2153. 

fulsumhed st. gen. 1548. 
fultel? hundred is fultel (ful tel?) a. r. 372. 
?fultum auxilium, st. gen. 2824; pur^ 

godes fultume proclam. 1; fultume (fol- 

tome) (dat.) La). 14618. 
fulprifen? f\i\\)riiQii full-thriven, Orm. 5130. 
fulwaxen, O.H.Germ. folle wahsau, odoles- 

cere; fulpaxen (part.) Orm. 10884; p. 

1. s. XXX, 38. 

fulwen, A. Sax. fulpian, for fiilpihan 
(*pihan = Goth, veihan aytaCiW)? bap- 
tize. La). 2402; folewen Hick. thes. 1, 
229; fuhvede, folwede (pret.) Jos. 683 
Sf 694; folewede h. h. 22; follede, ful- 
led Langl. b 15, 440; fulled (part.) a. 
p. 2, 164; folut ant. Arth. XV III, 4; 
ifulwcd c. I. 1457; ifalhet Mark. 1; i- 
volled Rob. 239, 3. 

fuluht, A.Sax. fulpiht, , brrptism, a. r. 322; 
fulluht La). 36; Orm. 4054; fullit Marh. 
19; fullouht, fullou^t Jos. 682- cj^ 693; 
fullo3t rel. ant. 2, 243; folht p. s. 157; 
fulhtes (gen.) hom. 1, 23. 

fulhten bapti e, hom. 1, 73 ; f ullehted 
(pres.) La). 29769. 

fulhtnen = fulhten, Orm. 94; fuluhtnie 
hom. 2, 17. 

fulwurchen, 0. H Germ. fol(I)awurchan, 
perficere; fulproht (part.) Orm. 15597. 
25 



194 



ful 



funke 



ful, A.Saa:. mi, O.lceL full, Goth, fills, 0. 

K.Germ. filler, foul^ pididus, a, r. 118; 

Orm. 2032; o. a. n. 94; Ilavel. 5f)0; 

foul Roh. 69, 3; spec. 103; Iw. 1332; 

ftile {adv. J Orm. 1201; foule Alis. 1118; 

Langl. 5, 66 (83); liis fule sfiule La\ 
- 27634; 3if pine v5 enne fiilne nome a. 

r. 316; ftilre fcomparj horn. 1, 26; a. 

r. 84; Orm. 15831; fuluste fsuperl.J a. 

r. 216. 

voulhede ayenh. 17. 

ffilllc foully, fragm. 1, 28; fulliclie fadv.J 
a. r. 124. 

fulmart fouhnart, mir. pi. 8; fulmard 
prompt. 182. 
fuleii, A. Sax. fy^lan, fiilian, O.JI.Germ. fii- 

len, foul, file, "mqui7iare\ a. r. 124; 

Mark. 13; fileii Orm. 4493; file pr. c. 

1210; apol. 22; fouliii Hurpare, macula- 
re', prompt. 175; fulep fpres.J o. a. n. 

100; fouleth Langl b 19, 310; fouled 

fpret.J a. p. 2, 269; foulid (part.) ^^pol- 

luta\ Wicl. levit. 7; iviled Boh. 435, 16; 

comp. a-, bifiilen. 
fiilht, fulhten see under ful. 
fiilieii see fol3en. 
fiille, A. Sax. fyllo, 0. II. Germ, fulli, folli, 

fill, plenitas, Horn ed. Lum. 402; Eglam. 

560; to eten hire fulle horn. 1, 53; fille 

p. I s. XrU, 391; Will. 768; s. s. ed. 

Wr. 967 : voile ayenh. 247 ; comp. ofer- 

fiille. 
fiilleii^ A. Sax. fyllan, fullian, 0. Icel. fylla, 

O.Il.Germ. fulleu, O.L.Germ. fullian, ful- 

lon, Goth, fulljan, fill, implere, Mark. 18, 

29; an. lit. 8; fille Rich. 6039; velle a- 

yenh. 92; fiillej) (pres.) c. I. 731; fulde 
> (pret.) La\ 14965; a. r. 40; Horn 1155; 

filde Gow. 2, 204; velden ayenh. 233; 

filled (part.) a. p. 2, 104; comp. a-, ful-, 

i-, of-, oferfullen. 
fiiUeii, M. Lat. fuUare, full; fulle (pres.) 

prompt. 182; fulled, fouUed (part.) Langl. 

h 15, 445. 



fiillare fuller, ^-fulio', prompt. 182; volleres 

(pi.) ayenh. 167 . 
fiiliiait, 0. Icel. fullnadr, plenitudo? of his 

fulnape (ms. full nape) of halij gi'ist Orm. 

18362. 
fuluesse, O.Il.Germ. folnassi, folnessi, fol- 

nissi, folnussi, fullness, prompt. 182; vol- 

nesse cyenh. 266. 
luliiessc, A. Sax. fulness, 0. Fris. fulnisse, 

O.H.Germ. ffilnussi, foulness; foulnes Wicl. 

pref. epist. 7. 
fulst, fulsten see under ful. 
fultuin see under ful. 
ful))e, O.H.Germ. fullida, fulth, plemtas, m. 

h. 7. 
fulite, A. Sax. f^kt, O.L.Germ. fiilitha, 0. 

H.Germ. fiilida, filth, putredo, sordes, a. 

r. 128; fiilpe '' ordure \ voc. 159; c. I. 

1138; Mire 1942; filcle rel. ant. 1, 213; 

filthe ^^sordcs\ prompt. 160; vel])e ayenh. 

81; fuUTen (pi.) a. r. 128. 
fill wen see under ful. 
fuiiileliiig, M. H.Germ. vundeliuc, 0. Dutch 

vondeliug, foundling, prompt. 182; Will. 

481; fundling- Horn 226; findling p. I. 

s. XX ni, 56; foiindlinges (pi.) ps. 67, 6. 
fHuiH, A. Sax. fyndig, M. II. Germ, viindic, 

findy, firm; findi^ Orm. 4149; he hem 

malcede fundie on porde hom. 2, 117 . 
fiiiiilieii, A.Sax. fimdian, O.L.Germ. fundon, 

O.H.Germ. funden, frcm finden, seek, tend, 

go; funden st. gen. 2958; funde p. I. s. 

VII, 10; Horn ed. Lum. 103; founden 

spec. 82; to flui3t founden Jos. 506; 

founde Horn ed. Bits. 107 ; in. Arth. 1965; 

Amad. ed. Weh. 52; Town. myst. 216; fundie 

(pres.) misc. 192; when pou an hunting 

foundes Eglam. 259; funded La^. 21758; 

he funded spide me t5 forspolhen Marh. 

10; pider fundep evrich man o. a. n. 

719; fundede (pret.) La\ 17858; hom. 

2, 115; foundeden Jos. 596. 
fundles see findles. 
funkc, O.H.Germ. fimcho, 0. Butch vonke 



flint 



furst 



195 



{fames, scintilla J, \funk, ^^igmculm\ fromj^t. 

182: pat ilke flri fiinko Gow. 3, 18; 

pat was not -worth a fonk(e) Man. 172, 26. 
fuut see font. 
fur see feor. 
fur, A.Sax.^ f^Y, O.L.Germ. O.R.Germ. fiur, 

O.Fris. fiur, fior, 6V. Titjp, Jire, ignis, 

La'>,. 1187 ; a. r. 124; lirand. 8 ; fuir c. 

I. 1253; Alis. 647; Jos. 260; Mand. 

35; fuir, fir Langl. 3, 88 {97 J; fir Orm. ' 

10452; Havel 585; Chauc. C. L a 1246; 

fir, fier st. gen. 99 Sf 103; fier s. s. ed. 

Wr. 2505; Lidg. m. p. 35; fer horn. 1, 

239; Shoreh. 99; Trist 2, 33; Mich. 

781; sacram. 494; ver a^jenh. 30; corny. 

hellefir. 

fuirbrond firebrand, Alis. 6848; firbrand 
fr. c. 7421. 

fiirherth prompt. 161. 

furlre fire-iron, Brand. 30. 

liir-, fierpanne firepan, Wicl. exod. 38. 

firreed Chauc. C. t. a 624. 

^iYston firestone, prompt. 161. 
funic see ferde. 
fiiren, A. Sax. f^ren, 0. H. Germ, fiuriner, 

igneus; fiiren TVicl. 4 kings 2; of spile 

firene kinde Orm. 17412; ffirene fpl.J 

Lay 18863; furene hpeoles a. r. 356. 
furh, A.Sax. furh(?), O.H.Germ. furh, furuh, 

O.Fris. furch, furrow (fur, fore); furg 

rel. ant. 1, 217 ; furgli Gow. 2, 63; furghe 

h. s. 2448; forghe Chauc. Boet. 4959; 

forwe Arth. a. Merl. 3470; Langl. h 13, 

372; forowe, fore "sulcus', prompt. 171; 

forjes fpl.J a. p. 2, 1547; furwes, for- 

wes Langl. 6, 106 (7 , 97 J; fore wis Wicl. 

Jol 31; fores Ifan. 13024. 

fur3long, furlong, forlong, A. Sax. fur- 

]ang(?), furlong, . Langl. 5, 5; furlong 

Will. 13; Mand. 190; forlang li I. disc. 

306. 

furht, A. Sax. fyrht, forlit, O.L.Germ. forht, 

O.H.Germ. forhter, Goth, faurhts, tinudus; 

comp. godfurht. 



furht, A.Sax. fyrhtu, O.L.Germ. O.R.Germ. 

forhta, Goth, faurhtei, O.Fris. fruclita, 

fright, timor, terror; fri3t Mapes 338; s. 

s. ed. Wr. 948; frigt st. gen. 1234. 

frig(t)ful frightful, timidus, st. gen. 3459. 
furhtcn, A.Sax. fyrhtan, forhtian, O.H.Germ, 

furhten, forhten, Goth, faurhtjan, O.Fris. 

fruclita, fright (frighten J, terrere; frigtedo 

(pret.J st. gen. 1861; comp. a-, for-, of- 

fiirhten. 
furhti, O.H.Germ. forhtiger, timidus; frigti 

St. gen. 667 ^ &; 984. 

frigtihcd timiditas, st. gen. 2222. 

frigtilike timide, st. gen. 1617. 
furi, 0. Dutch vierig, M. H. Germ, viurec, 

fiery, Brand. 15; firi pr. c. 7762. 
furien, A. Sax. fj^^rian, 0. H. Germ, fiuren, 

fire; firin "ignire\ prompt. 162; fftre 

(pres. imper.J Marh. 18, 19; flrid (part. J 

Wicl. prov. 30. 
furmc see forme. 
furii, A.Sax. fyrn (priscus, olimj, O.LGerm. 

furn (antiquitus, olimJ; comp. ifurn. 

furnda^ former day: i furnda^en, A.Sax. 
in fyrndagum, O.L.Germ. an farndagon. 
Lay 27118. 

furn^er, A.Sax. fyrngear, former year? 
pe kindenesse pat mine evencristene 
kidde me fernyere Langl. h 5, 440; pe 
lost of vernyere ayenh. 92. 
fuiTC, O.Fr. fuerre? fur, prompt. 183. 
furrcu see faorren. 
fursieu see feorsien. 
furst, A.Sax. O.lcel. fyrst, O.H.Germ fu- 

rist, first, p. I. s. XII, 6; for pi comen 

pe3 him first to seken i pat onde Orm. 

6876; first, ferst Chauc. C. t. a 725; 

ferst Will. 648; frist dep. Rich. 6, 27; 

a verst ayenh. 46; furste, A.Sax. fyrsta, 

O.lcel. fyrsti, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. fu- 

risto, primus, c. I. 300; Shoreh. 119; 

firste Langl. b 16, 184; ])e firste preost 

Orm. 293; ferste Degrev. 1522; frisfce 

m. Arth. 149; g. 80. 



196 



furst 



gadeling 



furst see frist. 

fiir|)cn^ A.Sax. furdon, fiirdum, qiiidem: pei- 
ne mot beoii furpan On stef ofer itel 

fragm. 2, 6; forpen Orm. 825; forde 

horn. 1, 7 . 
fiiriTer, A.Sax. furdnr, furdor, O.L.Genn. 

furthor, O.Fris. further, forther, O.H. 

Germ, furder, furdir, further, La\ 4880; 

ne schalt tu gon no furder a. r. 228; 

furper rel. ant. 1, 173; Eglam. 373; 

further, forper, ferther Langl. 2, 176 

(201) ^' 6, 6; furper, firper h. s. 337; 

& fl^eh it ta na forper mar Orm. 7338; 

forpir pr. c. 440; forper, ferper Chauc. 

a t. a 36 Sf 4117; forpere, A.Sax. fur- 

dra, O.L.Germ. furthero, forthero, 0.11. 

Germ, fordero, prior, anterior, Wicl. gen. 

32; his forpere fet Brand. 30; Iiv. 2004. 
forjjest fiirthed, farthest, Chauc. Boet-. 3018. 
furiti'icii^ A.Sax. fyrdrian, O.H. Germ, for- 

daron, further, promote; p5 pe leved pat 

spilch ping hem muge furdrie Oder letten 

rel. ant. 1, 131; furpren Gow. 1, 228; 

firpren Orm. 5084; forpren .s;^^c. 00; fur- 

dred fpres.J a. r. 156; forpered f part. J 

Chauc. Boet. 1057 . 
im, A.Sax. fus, O.Icel. fuss, O.ll.Germ. fun- 

ser, willing, ready, Orm. 0065; Flor. a. 

Bl. 368; fous spec. 50; li h. disc. 288; 

vous rel. ant. 2, 243; fuse (pi.) La-^. 

4300. 
fuscii^ A.Sax. fysan, O.Icel. fj^sa, prepare, 

depart, march: pa com per fusen unimete 

ferde La\ 5778; alle we mote fusen 

13534; Brutus ... fusde to fihte 1735; 

fusdc hine sulfne 1865; comp. ifusen. 
fust, A. Sax. f;^st, 0. II. Germ, fust, fist, 

pugniis, 0. a. n. 1538; fust, fist langl. 

h 17, 138; fist prompt. 163; fustes 

(^l.) a. r. 82; treat. 130: vfistes Lay 

22785. 
fiistain, O.Fr. fustaine, fustian, rel. ant. 1, 

120; fustian Chauc. C. t. a 75. 
fuwcl see fu3e1. 



gabbe, O.Icel. gabb, O.Fr. gab, gah, menda- 
cium, Flor. a. Bl. 480; c. I. 507 ; gabbe 
ant gile spec. 40. 

gabbeii, A.Sax. gabbian(?), O.Fris. gabbia 
(acciisare), 0. Icel. gabba (drice giekkeri 
eller Imier med en) Fritzners ordb., O.Fr. 
gaber (railler, se moquer) Roqurf. gloss., 
gab, deridore: lauhpen Oder gabben a. r. 
200; pe agen to gabben us selven for 
pat pe synegeden hom. 2, 65; gabbin 
'■^mentiri\ prompt. 183; gabbe Langl. h 
3, 170; Chauc. C. t. a 3510; gabbe ^'meii- 
tior\ Wicl. 2 Cor. 11; ne no ping nollep 
do er pan me gabbep of hem ayenb. 60; 
pO burnes pat so blejjeli gabbe Will. 
1004; gabbed (prei.) m. Arth. 1105; 
gabbid (part.) m. h. 57 ; igabbet Kath. 
2305; comp. bigabben. 

gabbcrc, A.S.-x. gabbere(?), gabber; gabbar 
"me?idax\ protnpt. 183; gabberes (pi.) 
Mand. 160. 

gabbiiigc, A.Sax. gabbunge('?), gabbing, ''men- 
dacium\ prompt. 183; o. a. n. 626; 
Langl. b 10, 451. 

gable, Fr. gable, gable, Langl. 3, 40 (50); 
gabil Lidg. m. p. 204. 

gail, O.Icel. gaddr (clavus, aculem), O.H. 
Germ, gart (stimulus), Goth, gazds (xev- 
Tpov), gad, aculeus, ^'■pertiGi\ prompt. 184; 
voc. 202 ^' 234; st. gen. 3185; a gad 
of stele /. c. c. 6; gaddes (pi.) Havel. 
1016; gaddes of iriue Ilalliw. diet. 388. 

gadc, A.Sax. ^a^Sb, O.Dutch gada, M.H.G&rm. 
gate, socius; comp. igade. 

garic, A.Sax. gad(?) ace. gfide G reins gloss. 
1 , 366, goad; gOde ^\4imuliis\ fragm. 2, 
55; pi. or. 433; Wicl. cedes. 38. 

gailcliiig, A.Sax. gaedeling, O.L.Germ. gadu- 
ling, Goth, gadiliggs,* O.H.Germ. gateling, 
M. II. Germ, getelinc, gadling, companion, 
fellow, Havel. 1121; Langl. b 20, 156; 
a hi per gadeling Rob. 310, 0; gadeling, 
gadling Gam. 102; pat covetous gadling 
s. s. ed. Wr. 1580; pou berdles gadling 



geeder 



gal^e 



07 



Tor. 1015; gadeling, gedeling rel. ant. 

/, I Hi); gadelinges (pi.) La-^,. 12335; 

stalworpe gadelinges Ahs. 1192. 
ga'der ? to ga3dere,' gadere, A. Sax. to gaide- 

re, gadore, O.Fris. to gadera, together, 

La-). 52 ^' 10063; to gaderc 0. a. n. 

807; treat. 138; Shoreh. 92; to gedere 
, Roh. 32, 11; to gedre Orm. 991; Mand. 

70; to gidere atjenh. 43; to gidere, gi- 

deres, gederes Langl. prol. 46 Sf b 16, 

80; to gederes Jiath. 114; a. r. 354. 
gjedericn^ A.Sax. gaedrian, gadorian, O.Fris. 

gadria, M. II. Germ, gateren, gather fgether, 

gedderj; g8edere(n), gadereii Lay 25463 

Sf 30183; gederen ICath. 990; a. r. 146; 

gadren fms. gaddrenn) Orm. 13407; ga- 

deren st. gm. 2134; gaderi ayenh. 120; 

gadere Will. 30; gaderep fpres.J Beh. 

617; gffiderede, gaderede /^i^r^^.y X^). 1480 

^ 9255; gadrede, gadred Langl. b 16, 

80 (10960 J; gederiden JFicl. \john 11; 

gadred (part. J Havel. 2577; p. 14, 1; 
V comp. igaederien. 
gcderiiige gathering, a. r. 206; gederiiig e. 

I. 643; gaderiiige ayenh. 192; gadering 

pr. c. 8831. 
gxrsume^ A. Sax. gaersum, gersum Sax. chron., 

O.Icel. gersemi /. Fritzners ordb., treasure, 

fragm. 8, 37; gaersume, gersume, garsume 

Lay 2642, 4428 Sf 4561; gersum Marh. 

3; I{ath. 799; gersume Flor. a. Bl 405; 

gersom rel. ant. 2, 217 ; garsum a. r. 350. 
gjete cur a? nullep heo nimen gete fragm. 6,37 . 

gjfitelais Orm. 6190. 
gietcii^ 0. Icel. gaeta, curare, custodire : lie 

slioldc pel giJeten hire & liire child Orm. 

2079; gete ILavel. 2762; avow. Arth. 

LIX, 1; getes fpres.J m. h. 23; geated 

fimper.J a. r. 50^. 
gi'tcii, O.Icel. gaetinn? 

gffitenlTche diliqently? getenluker (compar.) 
horn. 2, 12 1\ 
gagelin^ O.Dutch gagelen, gaggle, clangere, 

prompt. 184; gagelen rel. ant. 1, 86. 



gaggin gag, "suffocare^\ prompt. 184. 
ga^el^ A.Slv. gagol, M.lI.Germ. gagel, gale, 

^^myrtui', voc. 141 ; gawil, gawl prompt. 

189. 
ga^hcu^ O.Icel. gagn, gain, usm, commodum, 

Orm. 13923; gein Marh. 18, 3. 

ga3henl8es gainlcn, Orm. 2019. 
gai, Fr. gai, gay, prompt. 184; a. p. 2, 

830; pe gaje gerles Will. 816. 

gaili gaily. Will. 1625. 
gailer^ O.Fr. gaiolier, gaohr, p. I. s. XX.IV, 

218; Chauc. C. t. a 1064; jailer Langl. 

a 3, 133 (gailers b 3, 137 J. 
gain see gein and ^ein. 
gal^ M.lI.Germ. gal, cantus: gleo and gal 

misc. 97; gale fdat.J spec. 26; Alis. 2548. 
gal, A. Sax. gal, O.L.f erm. gel, O.II.Germ. 

geiler, gole, luxurious, lascivious, Orm. 

1201; pe gole men horn. 2, 31. 

golhed luxury, st. gen. 534. 

galiich hixarious: ga(l)liche dede hom. 1, 
149; gollTche deden rel. ant. 1, 132. 

golsipe, A.Sffx. galscipe, luxury, rel. ant. 
1, 222. 
gal, A. Sax. gal, M.lI.Germ. geil, luxury: 

pat gal misii. 151. 
galder, A. Sax. gealdor, galdor, O.Icel. galdr, 

from galen, galder, enchantment; galdere 

rdat.J Lay 19257. 
gale, from galen, cantrix? c mp. nihtegale. 
galcic, O.FV. galee, galley, prompt. 185; 

Horn ed. Lum. 185; gale Tor. 1315. 
galen,^ A. Sax. galan pret. gOl, O.Icel. gala, 

canere; gale Chauc. c. I. 1356; comp. bi- 

galen. 
galere, A. Sax. galere, ^Hncantator', fragm. 

2, 49. 
galjc, A. Sax. gealga, galga, 0. Fris. Goth. 

galga, O.L.Germ. O.II.Germ. galgo, 0. 

Icel. galgi, gallow, patibulmn; galwe fdat.) 

Beves 1217; galwes fpl.J Man. 172, 19; 

I. h. r. 132; galewes p. s. 221. 

galheforke a. r. 174^. 

galwetre Havel. 43. 



198 



galien 



gang 



galien^ A. Sax. (be)galian, (/ale, canere; ga- 

lin crocirc, prompt. 18 O; galied fpres.J a. 

r. 128-'; liimdes per galied La^. 20858; 

par galede pe gouk d. Arth. 927 . 
galingale a sort of spice, Chauc. ( '. t. a 381; 

I. c. c. 8. 
galle, A.Sax. gealla, O.L.Germ, O.lLGerm. 

galla, Gr. X0^> W^> hilis, a. r. 106; 

Orm. 16383; AUs. 5073; Langl. h 16, 

155; a. p. 2, 1022; mir. pi. 112. 
gaile^ O.Icel. galli, gall, vitium, vulnus, Chauc. 

C. t. 6522; a. p. 1, 1059. 
gallin gall, prompt. 185; pe hors was . . . 

galled upon pe bak(e) Gow. 2, 46; gallid 

Lidg. m. p. 168. 
galloc^ A.Sax. galluc, comfrey, voc. 139. 
galnesse, A.Sax. galness, luxury, lascivious' 

ness, Orm. 8015; golnesse a. r. 198; o. 

a. n. 492. 
galoche^ galache, Fr. galoche, galoche, prompt. 

184. 
galoii^ galoun, 0. Fr. galon, gallon, Langl. 

5, 191 (346); galiin r. s. VII, 37; Horn 

cd. Lum. 1123. 
galpcu^ O.L.Germ. galpon fgloriarij? 0. 

Dutch galpen (gannire)? from ^elpen? 

galp fgmip, yaupj, ructare? Langl. h 13, 

88; galping f part. J Chauc. C. t. 10663. 
galstren^ O.II.Germ. galstron (incantare), L. 

Germ, galstren (fiagitare) Schiltzes idiot., 

galster . fgausterj, crepare: jelstred (gal- 

stres) & 3elped of bore god(e) a. r. 128. 
galtc^ O.Icel. galti faperj, O.II.Germ. galza 

fsuculaj? gait, ^^nefrendus\ prompt. 185; 

voc. 204;. d. Arth. 1101. 
galwe see galje. 

galwcii gallow (gaily), terrere? comp. bigalwen. 
gamen^ A.Sax. gamen, gomen, O.L.Germ. 

O.II.Germ. O.Icel. ganlan, O.Fris. game, 

gome, ga7ne (gamon), jocus, &t. gen. 2015; 

Havel. 2250; Trist. 3, 10; Am. a. Amil. 

710; Degrev. 3; gamen & gleo p. I. s. 

VIII, 145; gomen, game Lay 7014 8f 

15856; gomen a. r. 214; Mapes 347; 



game '^ludus, jocus \ prompt. 185; Ixoh. 

26, 1; Chauc. C. t. a 853; in ernest or 

in game Goto. 1, 297 : game praeda, m. 

1. 122; game, gome o. a. n. 521 Sf 1649; 

gome chron. Engl. 456; pet geme ayenh. 

34; ga,mQ\ie (dat.) Fercev. 1689; gomenes 

(pi.) a. r. 318; spec. 24. 

gomeful Marh. 10, 33; mid gomenfulle 
worden La"^. 21430. 

gameliche jocose, rel. ant. 2, 8; gameli 
Will 427; gomenli Gaw. 1079. 

gamensum gamesome: gam(e)sum & glad 
Will 4193. 
gamenien^ A.Sax. gameniaii, O.Icel gamna, 

game, jocari; gomenin Marh. 14, 1 ; ga- 

menen (pres.) AUs. 5461; gamenede 

(pret.) Flor. a. Bl 31; ne gamnede hire 

pat gle ri3t nou3t Beves 3016; gomede 

La-i,. 4588; a. r. 368. 
gan, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. O.II.Germ. 

gan, O.Icel gS,, go, ire, Orm. 7767; Iw. 

800; gan (gon) La-^,. 597 ; gOn a. r. 268; 

Havel 1045; treat. 137 ; gon, goon Chauc. 

C. t. a 12; so ne mai bit nou3t gon c. 

I 1084; ga Percev. 1462; pr. c. 4100; 

g6 Mand. 4; go slepe dormitum ire, Langl 

h 6, 303; 1 wil gO sittin lud. Gov. 20; 

guon Amad. ed. Web. 670; to ganne Lay 

22279; Marh. 4, 28; gabst (pres.) Lay 

26437; gest a. r. 86; o. a. n. 838; gast 

Crm. 4660; gecl La^. 23665; a. r. 364; 

gep Rob. 205, 6; c. ;. 409; ayenh. 56; 

getb Tor. 2142; gap Orm. 1236; goip 

Wicl John 9; (beo) gad (goj)) Lay 711; 

god a. r. 1.0; guap ayenh. 34; ga pe nu 

til pat ilke tun Orm.. 3390; go we (al- 

lons) klpe oure kni3thod Ti^ill 1184; 

gan (part.) Orm. 4352; Fercev. 1062; 

pr. c. 1995; gon Eglam. 37 5; comp. a-, 

set-, bi-, for-, i-, ofer-, under-, purbgan. 
gandre^ A.Sax. gandra, gander, rel. ant. 1, 

217; gandres (pi J Mand. 216. 
gang^ A.Sax. gang, gong, geoug, O.L.Germ. 

0. II. Germ, gang, 0. Icel gangr, Goth. 



gangen 



gase 



199 



gaggs, gang, iter, Orm. 8910; gong, ^ong 
A^ath. 669 Sf 2502; feole dawen 3ong 
Zrt). 1298; gong ^'■latrina\ prompt. 203; 
s. 8. ed. W^eb. 1315; comp. chirche-, ford-, 
hand-, here-, in-, urn-, utgang. 
gongfirmar prompt. 203. 
gonghus forica, a. r. 84. 

gaiigen^ A. Sax. gangan, gongan pret. geong, 
O.L.Germ. gangan pret. geng, O.H.Germ. 
gangan pret. giang, gieng, O.Icel. ganga 
pret. gelvk, Gotli. gaggan pret. gaggida, 
gang, ire, Orm. 1076; rel. ant. 1, 211; 
gange an. lit. 9; Langl. h 2, 167; mir. 
pi. 122; gonge Havel. 1185; jonge, 
3eonge Z<«5. 9061 ^ 27764; yonge h. 
h, 134; gangep (pres.) Orm. 1228; gon- 
ge fsuhjunct.J' Havel. 690; comp. a-, bi-, 
for-, ofergangen; deriv. gang, genge. 

ganieii^ A.Sax. ganian, 0. H. Germ, geinon, 
Gr. yaivziv, yaivn (gaioyi), oscitare; gOne 
Gow. 2, 262; ^anin prompt. 536; gones 
fpres.J avow. Arth. XII, 4; goninde 
(part. J Hich. thes. 1, 228; yaned f pret. J 
Rieh. 276. 

gaunt- gaunt, "maeer\ prompt. 189. 

gante^ A.Sax. gaiiet (fulica, cygnus)? L. 
Germ, gante, O.H.Germ. ganazo fanserj? 
ganet? prompt. 186. 

gap, A.Sax. geap Greins gloss., O.Icel. gap 
Egilss. lex., gap, hiatus, prompt. 186; gape 
fdat.J Lidg. m. p. 114; gappe Chanc. C. 
t. a 1639. 

gapiii, A.Sax. geapiau(?), O.Dutch gapen, 
O.Icel. gapa, gape, ^^hiare\ prompt. 186; 
ne make [)ou na mo men gapen on me 
Jul. h 125; gape Langl. h 10, 41; ga- 
ped f pres. J rel. ant. 1 , 220; gapes avow. 
Arth, XII, 4; gapande (part. J Will 2875; 
3eapede (pret.) Marh. var. read. 46; 1 
gaped aboute pi. cr. 156; gapeden CJmuc. 
Boet. 324; comp. bigapien. 

gar, A.Sax. gar, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. ger, 
0. Icel. geirr, pike, lance, telum, hasta ; 
gare, gsere (gar) Lay 5079 ^' 15225; 



gaie (dat.J Octav. 1527; Isumh. 453; 

gares, gseres fpl.J La^. 1751 Sf 1847; 

geres hom. 2, 35; goren fdat. pi. J d. 

gen. 3458; comp. elger, navegar. 

garcllve, A. S'fx. garclife, "agrinionia", 

' voc. 139. 

gartisch garfish, prompt. 186. 

garlek, A.Sox, garleac, garlich, Hick. thes. 
1, 232; L c. c. 53; garlek, garleek 
Chauc. C. t. a 634. 
ganliii, O.Fr. gardin, garden, ayenh. 94; 8. 

s. ed. Wei. 419; Chauc. C. t. a 1051 ; 

a. p. 1, 260. 
^;xrAi\\tf gardener, ayenh. 94; gardener Wart. 

hist. 1, 20; Wicl. John 20. 
gare see ^eare. 
gare, A.Sax. gara, O.Dutch gere, O.H.Germ. 

gero, 0. Icel. geiri, gore, Trist. 3, 52 ; 

gore ^^lacinia', prompt. 203; voc. 238; 

Chauc. C. t. a 3237; a gore f printed a- 

gore) Arth. a. Merl. 6405; under gore 

(gown, per synecdoclienj o. a. n. 515; 

spec. 26; an. lit. 2; rel. ant. 2, 210. 
gareii see 3earwien. 
garisoii, wareson, 0. Fr. garison, guarisou, 

war i son, provision, reward, cure, Rob. 114, 

7 ^' 409, 12; garisoun c. I. 870; Gaw. 

1837; garisiin, warison Will. 2259 ^• 

5073; warisoiui yian. 1284. 
garisseii, O.Fr. garir, guarir, cure; warishen, 

warschen Langl. h 16, 105; warische 

Will 4283. 
garite, O./V. garite, garret, ^^ specula', prompt. 

187; garites (pi J pi. cr. 214. 
gariieiiient, garment, O.Fr. garnement, gar- 
ment, Langl h 14, 24. 
gariiischiii, O.Fr. garnir, guarnir, warnir, 

garnish, prompt. 188; warnische Mmi. 

15907; warnished (part.) Will 1083. 
garnisoii, Fr. garnisOu, garrison, p. r. I. p. 

57; garnisons (pi) Man. 7 127 . 
garsuiiic see gsersume. 

gartere, . iV. jarretiere, garter, prompt. 188. 
gaseii, cmp. O.Icel geisa (cum impetu ferri. 



200 



gaspm 



gelde 



furcrej, and Goth, usgaisjan fterrerej, ga%e; 

gase Lidg. m. p. 203; gased fpret.J 

Chauc. C. t. 8879; comp. agasen. 
gaspiii^ O.IceJ. geispa, gasp, ^^hiscere\ prompt. 

188; gaspe and gone Gow. 2, 262; ga- 

spe and gapo s. a. c. XV 11, 14; gai- 

spande (part. J d. Arth. 1462. 
gast, A. Sa-x. gast, gJBst, 0. L. Germ, gest, 

0. II. Germ, geist, ghost, spiritus, Orm. 

259; St. gen. 202; Flor. 778; Man. 185, 
. 19; gost La^. 907 1 ; a. r. 368; o. a. n. 

1401 ; Jos. 49; god is a gost aye7ih. 211; 

so grlsli a gost Will 1730; pe holi 

gost Mand. 18; gost, goost Chauc. C. t. 

a 205. 

gastllc ghosthj, m. h. 2; gastllc, gastll^ 
Orm. 14244 ^ 14398; gostlich a. r. 
194; pi gostlich fader mk. 757. 
gast (part.?) tcrritus, Gaw. 325; WicJ. 

deuter. 20. 

gastlTch gastly, p. I. s. XV, 147; Arth. 
a. Merl. 1494; gastli Chauc. C. t. a 
1984. 
gastcii^ A. Sax. g^stanV Greins gloss. 1, 374, 

gast, terrere: gaste crowen from his corn 

Langl a 7 , 129; gaste fpres. subj.J IVicl. 

2 paral. 32 ; comp. a-, ofgasten. 
gastues gastne:<s, ^^terror\ Wicl. Josh. 2; 

gastnesse Chauc. Boet. 2079. 
gat, A. Sax. gat, Goth, gaits, O.lcel. geit, 

O.II.Gcrm. geiz/., [Lat. haedus on.], goat, 

Ortn. 988; gat (got) Za^ 213 J 5; got 

fragm. 3, 27; a. r. 100; st. gen. 940; 

got, g04)t Chauc. C. t. a 688; goot Mand. 

'47; gote fdaLJ Gow. 3, 96; gset (pi.) 

Orm. 1206; g£et (geat) La^. 25682; get 

horn. 2, 37; chron. Engl. 34; rel. ant. 

2, 275; g. 354; geet p. s. 198; geat 

a. r. 100. 

gootherde goat-herd, prompt. 206. 
gate, O.lcel. gata gen. gotu, Goth, gatvo, 0. 

S. Germ, gaza, gait (gate), ^^via, iter\ 

prompt. 188; Langl. I 4, 42; Pei-cev. 

1961; a. p. 1, 395; sacram. 629; thou 



canst ful wel po ricthe (r. rihte) gate tO 

Lincolne Havel. 846; philc gate quo mo- 
do, Orm. 2281; oper gate it make 7r?7/. 

3761 ; alle gate (O.lcel. alia gotu) Beh. 

1136; mir. pi. 154; pet heo hit jelde 

alle gate a. r. 58; paer he bi gate ^ede 

Orm. 12749; in his gate (^om;. 3, 196; 

nou er pei alle on gate Man. 209, 1. 

gateschadil, -shodel "compitmn\ prom^jt. 
188; gateschedel voc. 271. 
gate see 3eat. 
gauile gaud (gawd), ^^nuga\ prompt. 188; 

Chauc. C. t. ed. Wr. 13804; gaudes ^;?/.; 

s. s. ed. Web. 3957; I. h. r. 134; Lidg. 

m. p. 92. 
gavel, A.Sax. gafol, fro7)i 3efen, tribute, tax, 

rent, La"^. 6105; a. r. 202; misc. 46; 

pet gavel ayetib. 35; govel st. gen. 844; 

goul "fcnu8''\ prompt. 206. 
gavclerc who takes gavel, ayenb. 35; goulare 

^'■fenerator\ prompt. 206. 
gavelok, A.Sax. gafoluc, O.lcel. gaflok, ga- 

flak, Welsh gaflach, Gael, goblilag, gave- 

loch, hasta, Alis. 1620; Alan. 297] 19; 

gavelokes (pi.) ps. 54, 22; gavelockes a- 

yenb. 207. 
geant, Fr. geant, giajit, Bob. 15, 18; gcaunt 

Man. 1471. 
gcde, cmp. M.lI.Germ. getelos; comp. S!gede. 
geiler see gaeder. 
gc^ucu see jeinen. 
geiii, A. Sax. ga3gii(?), 0. Icel. gegn, gain, 

conveniens, promptus, ^'directus', prompt. 

189; a gein pap Lidg. st. Th. 2148; 

gain a. p. 2, 749; m. Arth. 1904; ])at 

geiii(e) weede Jos. 299; geiner (compar.) 

Man. 3376; gcinest (superlat.) spec. 29; 

gainest Iw. 1979; pe geinest(e) gatis 

Will. 4189; comp. ungein. 

gainllch gainly, a. p. 3, 83; gein-, gain- 
liche (adv.) Will. 369 Sf 391; gejn- 
hke Orm. 18084. 
gein see ^ein a7id gajhen. 
gelde, O.lcel. geldr, M.lI.Germ. gait, geld, 



geldin 



gestning 



201 



sterilis, spec. 24; elde makip me geld(e) 

rel ant 2, 210; geld pa. 112, 9; ^if 

ha lie mai napt teamen ha is iclepet 

gealde h. m. 33. 
geldin^ 0. Icel. gelda, Germ, gelteii, geld, 

^^castrare', prompt. 190; geldid (part. J 

vcc. 230. 
gelding gelding, "equus castratits\ prompt. 

190; ^^eunuchus\ Wicl. genes. 37 . 
gelsungCj O.lI.Germ. geilsunge, luxuria, a. 

r. 100'\ 
gelt see gult. 

geluiige luxuria? a. r. 100. 
gelus^ O.Fr. gelos, Jealous, a. r. 90; o. a. 

n. 1077; St. gen. 3495; jelous Wicl. 

eccles. 26. 
gelusie jealousy, a. r. 90. 
general^ Fr. general, general, aijenh. 14. 
geiige^ A. Sax. genge, 0. K. Germ, genger, 

from gangen, current, usual, o. a. n. HO 4, 

1002 ^' 1066. 
genge^ A. Sax. genge Sax. vchron. 207, 0. 

Icel. gengi, O.I£.Germ. (ana)genge, comi- 

tatas, La\ 15096; Orm. 3918; Will. 

1600; Mapes 348; ps. 2, 8; him and 

his genge wel he fedde Havel. 786; gin- 

ge Alls. 1609; Rich. 4978. 
geiigeii^ A.Sax. gengan, M.II.Germ. gengen, 

pass, move: spa pat it mu^he gengen us 

to berjhen ure saple Orm. 4160; make 

j)i clerk before pe 3inge i/?Vc 1963; 

geng]j fpres.J o. a. n. 376; geinde fpret.J 

Lay 4668; ford gengden (geinde) pa 

qvenen 12865. 
gent, O.Fr. gent, see I)iez wh. 168, gent, 

JIavel. 2139; Rob. 24, 13; pis is pe 

ladi so gent and fre c. I. 859. 
geuterise? a. r. 168; gentrise Jul. b 62. 
gentil, Fr. gentU, gentle, a. r. 358; ayenb. 

76; Chauc. C. t. a 72; gentileste fsuper- 

lat.J a. p. 1, 1014. 

gentilliche gently, Langl. 1381. 
geutilete gentility, ayenb. 89. 
ger see gar. 



gerdel see gurdel. 

gere see ^eare. 

geren see ^earwien. 

gerl see girl. 

gerlande, Fr. guirlande, garland; gerlondes 

fpl.J ayenb. 71. 
geruer, Fr. grenier, garner, Mand. 52; pet 

gernier atjenb. 191; gernere fdat.J a. r. 

272. 
tlerneseye Guernsey, Rob. 243, 10. 
gcps see graes. 
gersume see gaersume. 
gcrj) see gurd. 
gesene, gesen, ^.6V:r. gaesne, cmp. O.lI.Germ. 

keiseni (sterilitas) Graff's sprsch. 4, 267, 

barren, rare, Langl. b 13, 271; geson 

Ilalliw. diet. 397 . 
gesling gesling (gosling), voc. 187 . 
gessc, O.Dutch gisse, guess, conjectura, aesti- 

riiatio: up gesso Langl. b 5, 421; bl 

gesse Lidg. m. p. 68. 
gessin, O.Dutch gissen, guess, '■^aestimare, 

arbitrari, opinari\ prompt. 190; gesse 

Rich. 4482; a. p. 1, 498; he seide he 

wolde gesse to arive at Westnesse Horn 

1187; gesse fpres.J transact. 18, 26; 

Chauc. a t. a 82. 
gessinge, O.Dutch gissinge, guessing, ''acsti- 

matio\ prompt. 190; Chauc. Boet. 21 . 
gest, A.Sax. gaest, gest, gist, O.Icel. gestr, 

O.L.Germ. O.lI.Germ. gast, Goth, gasts, 

Lat. hostis, guest, ^^hospes\ prompt. 191; 

spec. 30; ayenb. 249; gist a. r. 68; rel. 

ant. 1, 130; geste fdat.J st. gen. 1054; 

gestes fpl.J Will 4904; pr. c. 1374. 

gesthalle lai le fr. 258. 

gesthus Orm. 7040. 
geste, O.Fr. geste, story, Horn superscript.; 

a. p. 1, 277. 
gestnen hof<pitari: lie pule gistnen mid ou 

a. r. '402; gestened fpret.J Dcgrev. 935; 

igistned fpart.J Shoreh. 13. 
gestning entertainment, feasting, banquet, st. 

gen. 1507; Alis. 1779; gistningc Lay 



202 



get 



gmnen 



14262; c. I 1265; gistninges fplj a. 

r. 414. 
get, O.Fr. get, jet, jactus, "machina, modus^ 

prompt. 191; a singere of pe beste get 

Man. 4024; jet p. s. 329; ges f pi. J jess, 

ayenb. 254. 
get, Fr. jaiet, jet, g a gates, s. a. c. VI, 8; 

geete fdat.J Degrev. 1461. 
gete see gsete. 
geteii see jeten and eten. 
gejie, A.Sax. gehdu, geohdu, cura? Flor. 1601 . 
gibet, Fr. gibet, gibbet, a. r. 116; Rob. 

519, 10; ayenb. 128. 
gide, Fr. guide, guide, Langl. 6, 1 (7, 1); 

Chauc. C. t. a 804; gie Will. 2727. 
gideii, Fr. guider, O.Fr. guier, guide; gie 

Chauc. a t. a 1950; s. s. ed. Wr. 5; 

gides fpres.J d. Arth. 3005; gied fpret.J 

Langl. 2, 162 (187). 
gidi, A. Sax. gidig(?), giddy, Rob. 6.8, 3; 

I. h. r. 58; gidie fdat.J o. a. n. 291. 

gidihede misc. 143; p. I. s. XIX, 13. 

gidiliche giddily, o. a. n. 1282. 
gie see 30. 
gigge, O.Icel. gtgja, M.H.Germ. gige? gig, 

violin; gigges fpl.J Chauc. h. f. 1942. 
giggc gig, femina levis? a. r. 204. 
gigour, O.Fr. gigueour, violin-player, Horn 

ed. Lum. 1472. 
gU, O.Icel. O.II.Germ. gil? gill, fauces, (ms. 

gill) Flor. 1419; gille Hranchia\ prompt. 

194; voc. 222; gile Wid. Tob. 6; giles 

fpl.J voc. 159; a. p. 3, 269. 
gil, Dutch gijl, gile, "celia", prompt. 193. 
glide see jilde. 
gilden see gulden. 
gildre, O.Icel. gildra, gilder, laqueus; gilder 

JELalliw. diet. 399; m. h. 69. 
gUdreu, O.Icel. gildra, cat-ch in a gilder; 

gilderd f part. J pr. c. pref. XI. 
gile, O.Fr. guile, guile, Lay 16382^; a. r. 

128; spec. 49; Shoreh. 164; s. s. ed. Wr. 

1346; Percev. 1035; to do pe gile rel. 

ant. 1, 182; see wile. 



gilen, 0. Fr. guiler, guile, decipere, a. r. 

128; gile s. s. ed. Wr. 2637 ; gili aye^ib. 

15; gilep fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 116; glled 

f part. J Will. 689; comp. bigilen. 
gille, O.Fr. gelle, gill, hemina, prompt. 194; 

gille, jille Langl. 5, 191 f346j. 
gilofre, Fr. girofle, Gr. xapuocpuXXov, gilo- 

fer, gilliflower, a. r. 370; spec. 27 ; Chauc. 

r. r. 1368; a. p. 1, 43. 
gilour, O.Fr. gileor, fraudator, Chauc. C. t. 

a 4321. 
gilt see gult. 
gilte, A. Sax. gilte, O.Icel. gilta, gilt, porca, 

voc. 204; prompt. 194. 
gimblre, gimbure, 0. Icel. gymbr, gimber 

fgimmerj, ovicula, voc. 187 S^ 219. 
gimelot, 0. Fr. gimbelet, gimblet, prompt, 

194. 
gin, 0. Icel. ginn ? gin, artijicium, Kath. 

1980; purh snoter gin fms. gyn) Orm. 

7087 ; ginne fdat.J c. I. 93; Langl. b 

18, 250; Alis. ed. Sh. 1135; m. Arth. 

3037 ; mid ginne 0. a. n. 669; ginne 

fpl.J Lay 18839; vele ginnes hep pe 

dievel ayenb. 54; ginnen fdat. pi. J Lay 

1336. 
gill, A.Sax. (an)gin, ginn, O.L.Germ. O.H, 

Germ. (ana)gin, ginni, from ginnen; comp. 

angin. 
gingelin jingle, prompt. 195; gingle Chauc. 

C. t. a 170. 
giiigivere, Gr.C;.'^^i'^^pl<;, ginger, Lay 17745; 

a. r. 370; gingivre spec. 27. 
ginnen, A.Sax. giiman, O.L.Germ. O.H. 

Germ, (bi)ginnan, Goth, (du)ginnan, fbej- 

gin, incipere; ginne Man. 201; ginne 

fpres.J sacram. 502; ginnest Beh. 760; 

pe blostme ginnep springe 0. a. n. 437; 

gan fpret.J Orm. 2805; Havel. 2443; 

Chauc. C. t. a 301; lie gan penche p. I. 

s. IX, 173; be gan to sike Will. 691; 

gan, gon Langl. prol. 11; gon {g2bi\) Lay 

27; gon c. I. 209; heo gmwLQVL Lay 24695; 

st. gen. 534; gunne h. T. 1037; Isumh. 



gmiien 



glaire 



203 



448; gunne, gonne Will 1164 Sf 1961; 

gonnen La7igl. h 13, 267; gonno Chauc. 

C. t. a 1638; gonnen f part. J Man. 167, 

3; comp. an (a)-, biginnen. 
giniieii^ O.Icel. ginna? devise, contrive; igin- 

ned (part.; La^. 28627''; pis pinful(l)e 

gin pas spuch(e) pise igin(n)et Kath. 

1981. 
ginniiige (he) ginning, ayenh. 16, 
<iipcswich^ A. Sax. Gipes pic, Ipswich, Rob. 

297, 18. 
gird^ girdel, girden see gnrd, gurdel, gurden. 
girl, cmp. L. Germ, gor, girl, puer, puella, 

a. p.' 1, 205; gerl, gurl Chduc. C. t. a 

3769; girles fplj Alis. 2802; p. s. 337; 

gerles IFill. 816; Langl. b 1, 33; lud. 

Cov. 181. 
gisarnic^ O.Fr. gisarme, guisarme, battle-axe, 

La^. 1567''; St. gen. 4084; Alis. 2302. 
gise see guise. 

giscr, Fr. gesier, gi%%ard, Chauc. Boet. 3054. 
gist see gest. 

giiste^ O.Fr. giste, joist, prompt. 196. 
giterne/ Gr. xt^apa? guitar, Langl. b 13, 

233; Chauc. C. t. a 3333; Wicl Is. 5. 
Giu^ 0. Fr. Giu, Jew, misc. 47; jeu agenb. 

43. 
giuegou^ Fr. joujou? gewgaw (gewgow); giue- 

gouen (pi.) a. r. 196. 
gives gyves, La\ 15338; Octov. 222; wip 

feteres and wip gives p. s. 221. 
glad see glsed. 
gladciie^ A. Sax. glsedene, gladen, iris, rel. 

ant. 1, 36; Alex. 4095.^ 
gladien^ A.Sax. gladian, O.Icel. glada, gledja, 

glad (gladden), laetijicare, lactari, La"^. 

'16947; gladie Beh. 1204; gladen Orm. 

1128; Chauc. Troil. 2071; glade Will. 

827; Langl. b 10, 43; Iw. 1440; Min. 

20; gleadien hom. 1, 259; gledien a. r. 

178; gledie ayenb. 266; glathe lud. Cov. 

171; gledie (pres.) Ma^'h. 6, 25; gladiep 

rel. ant. 1, 123; gladede (pret.) Bob. 
, 265, 25; pat gladede his herte Langl. 



14267 ; Abraham 3our fadir gladide pat 

he schulde se mi dai Wicl. John 8; gla- 

ded, igladed (part.) Will. 600 ^ 850; 

igladed Shoreh. 132. 
gladiuge^ A.Sax. gladung(?), gladdening, ex- 

hilaratio, c. I. 841; gledunge a. r. 94. 
gladiiiidc laetitia? ml gleo ant ml gledunde 

Marh. 3. 
glsed, glad, gled, A. Sax. glsed (splendidus, 

laetus, comis), 0. L. Germ, glad (laetus), 

O.Fr is. gled (levis), O.Icel. gladr (splendi- 

dus, laetus), O.H.Germ. glater (splendidus), 

glad, laetus. Lay 3962, 7013 ^ 9374; 

glad 0. a. n. 434; Brand. 6; p. I. s. 

Ill, 34; (ms. gladd) Orm. 2811; gled 

Marh. 10, 33; a. r. 282; rel. ant. 1, 

180; ayenb. 265; gladder (compar.) Gow. 

2, 53; gladdest (superl.) Alls. 5261. 

gladllche gladly, La-). 22305; p. I. s. 
XIX, 145; gladlTke Orm. 10463; Ha- 
vel 805; gledliche a. r. 126; gladloker 
(compar.) Gaw. 1064: gledluker a. r. 188. 

gladnesse, A. Sax. glaedness, gladness, 
prompt. 197; gladnisse La\ 12329*; 
glednesse a. r. 94; ayenh. 27. 

gladshipe, A.Sax. glaedscipe, laetitia, Orm. 
784; spec. 38; gladscipe Lay 8397; 
gledschipe a. r. 180. 

gladsum gladsome, Wicl. ps. 103; glad- 
som lud. Cov. 16. 
glaed^ A. Sax. glsed Greins gloss. 1, 513, 

laetitia; glade (dat.) Tor. 1143. 

gledful a. r. 242. 
gla;s^ A.Sax. glaes, O.R.Germ. glas, glass, 

vitrwn; glas, gleas Kath. 1676 ^' 2029; 

glas spec. 31; Chauc. C. t. a 198; a. p. 

1, 989; gles a. r. 164; ayenb. 82. 

glsesfat Lay 17725. 
gl%sen^ A.Sax. glaesen, O.R.G&rm. glesiner, 

glazen, vitreus: a glasen houve Langl b 

20, 171; pe glesne ehpurl hom. 1, 83. 
glaire^ Fr. glaire,. glair: glaire of an ei 

Chauc. C. t. 12734; pat glent(e) as glaire 

a. p. 1, 1025. 



204 



glaive 



glete 



glahe^ O.Fr. glaive, spear, lance, a. p. 1, 

653; gleive JIavel 1770; Jos. 497. 
glam^ O.Icel. glam, noise, cry, Gaw. 1426 ^ 

1652; a. p. 2, 499 Sf 849. 
glaring L.Germ. glaren Schamh. wh., glare, 

nitere, prompt. 198; glareth fpres.J misc. 

27 ; glaringe eyen Chauc. C. t. a 684. 
glas, glasen see glses, glsesen. 
glaseii^ O.Icel. glsesa? glase fgla%ej; glaciii 

nitidare, prompt. 197 ; glace nitere, Gaw. 

1, 171. 
glasiu glaze, '■^vitrare\ prompt. 198; glase 

Langl. 3, 49 (50). 
glasi^ Germ, glasig, glassy, Lidg. m. p. 53. 
(jlastiiigburi^ A. Sax. Glsestinga byrig Sax. 

chron. 159, Glastonbury, Roh. 478, 21. 
glaunieu^ O.Icel. gleyma? shout; glaumande 

(part. J Gaw. 46. 
glaycrcii^ TVelsh glafru ? glaver, llandiri; gla- 

verez fpres.J a. p. 1, 687; glaverande (part.) 

Gaw. 1426; glaverande gomes d. Arth. 

2538; wip glaveringe wordes pi. cr. 51. 
gle see gleo. 
gleaw^ A.Sax. gleap, 0. L.Germ. glau, O.II. 

Germ, glauwer (glauuer), O.Icel. gloggr, 

Goth, glaggvus, sagacious, prudent; gleap 

fragm. 3, 10; gleu rel. ant. 1, 181; he 

is of porde spipe gleu o. a. n. 193; 

glseiiest fsuperlat.J La-^,. 16237 . 
gleil see glsed. 
glcde^ A. Sax. glida, 0. Icel. gleda, glead, 

''mihus\ voc. 188 Sf 220; a. p. 2, 1696; 

Octav. 680: gledes (pi.) Mand. 309. 
gleile^ A.Sax. O.Fris. gled, O.Dutch gloed, 

O.Icel. glod, O.H.Germ. gluot, from glo- 

wen, gleed, pruna, misc. 43; Havel. 91; 

Gow. 1, 280; Fercev. 756; m. Arth. 780; 

glede, gleede Langl. b 2, 12; Chauc. C. 

t. a 1997; gleede IIoccl. I, 159; gleden 

(pi.) La^. 18863; bearninde gleden a. r. 

406; gledes Orm. 1067 ; m. h. 133. 

gledread hom. 1, 249. 
gleiye see glaive. 
glem, A.Sax. glsem, from *glimen, M.Jff.Germ. 



glimen (splendere), gleam (gleem), splendor, 

llich. thes. 1, 227; Ilavel. 2122; a. p. 

2, 218; gleem spec. 57; glem, gleam 

Marh. 9 Sf 12; gleam a. r. 94. 
glemin gleam, splendere, ^'■radiare', prompt. 

198; gleaminde (part.) Kath. 1668; gle- 

mede (pret.) spec. 36; Flor. 379; glemed 

Gaw. 598. 
glenen^ O.Fr. glener, glainer, glean; glene 

a. p. 1, 954. 
gleiit glent, micatio, Man. 12782; Gaw. 1290. 
glenteii^ Swed. glanta Rietz ordb., 3I.II.Germ. 

glenzen? glent, splendere, spectare; glente 

(pret.) St. gen. 1029; Man. 12423; fje 

wal of jasper pat glent(e) as glaire a. p. 

1, 1025; her eye glent(e) a side Chauc. 

Troil. 5892; when pe swird out glente 

Octav. 892; whiderward his i3en glente 

h. s. 6186; gle(i)ves gletering glent opon 

geldene scheldus Degrev. 279. 
gleo, A.Sax. gleop, glip, O.Icel. gly, glee, 

cantus, gaudium, La^. 7006; Kath. 146; 

Marh. 3; a. r. 210; Alls. 191; glew st. 

gen. 459; Man. 295, 6; gleu Ilavel. 

2332; Mapes 347; m. h. 23; gle Will. 

824; Degrev. 34; hii jeve him selver 

for (h)is gle Rob. 272, 18; glie Shoreh. 

103; glewe (dat.) Trist. 1, 27. 

gleobeam hom. 1, 193. 

gleocraeft La-^. 7012. 

gleodrem La"^. 1823. 

gleoman Alis. 1152; gleomon La"^. 7004; 
glemon spec. 49. 
gleowieii, A. Sax. gleopian, glipian, make 
- music, play, amuse, La^. 20315; glewen 

Mapes 340; glewe spec. 38; Triam. 108; 

gleopinde (part.) Kath. 1682; gleopede 

(pret.) a. r. 368. 
glcs, glesen see glses, glaesen. 
gleseii, A.Sax. glesan, gloss; glesp (pres.) 

fragm. 1, 43. 
glete, O.Fr. glete, gleet (glit), sanies; glet(e), 

glette a. p. 1, 1059 Sc 2, 306; pr. e. 

459; glett(e) Alex. 4491. 



gleu 



glove 



205 



gleu see gleo. 
%UvL aee gleaw. 
glew 8ee gleo. 

glidcii, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. glidan, O.Fris. 
glida, glide, lahi, La\ 800; st. gen. 370; 

glide Alls. 2245; SJioreh. 161; p. I. s. 

Ill, 10; glit fpres.J c. /. 1464; glad 

fpret.J Lay 10714; Percev. 2110'; glod 

Chauc. a t. 10707; Amad. ed. Wei. 761; 

Giiw. 661; ford glod dat firme ligt st. 

gen. 76; gllden Z^^. 24763; st. gen. 

733; pe tieres glide of hire lere Flor. 

a. BL 601 ; gliden f part. J st. gen. 3460; 

Chauc. C. t. 0761 ; comp. a-, i-, togliden. 
glider^ O.L.Germ. glidir Heine's gloss. 120, 
from gliden, glidder, luhricus. 

glethurli Ilalliw. diet. 404. 
gliilren? glidre Man. 4372. 
glieii, O.Icel. glia? gly (glee, gleaj, limis o- 

ciilis spectare; gliande (part. J voc. 226. 
gliere ^'straho\ voc. 226; glia,re pronipt. 199. 
gliffeii spectare? gliffed (pret.) ant. Artli. 

ed. Madden XXVIII, 6 fed. Hobs, glisset). 
glifteu spectare? gliftes fpres.) d. Arth. 2626; 

glifte f pret. J Gaw. 2266; a. p. 2, 849; 

f? printed glyste) Flor. 1669; comp. agliften. 
glim, M. II. Germ, glim? splendor? glimme 

fdat.J a. p. 1, 1087. 
glimerin, Germ, glimern, Dan. glimre, Stved. 

glimra, glimmer, "radmre", prompt. 199; 

glimerand fpart.J Will. 1427; glemiring 

Tor. 427; glemered & glent Gaw. 172. 
glisieu, A.Sax. glisian, O.Fris. glisa, splen- 

dere; glisiind6 (part. J misc. 91; glisiande 

Alls. ed. SJc. 180; sceldes per gliseden 

fms. cliseden) La'^,. 21726; glised Horn 

ch. 173. 
glisnieii, A. Sax. glisniaii, glissen, splendere; 

glisnande (part. J a. p. 1, 166; glisninge 

Wicl. Hahak. 3. 
glisten, glistnen glisten; glistinde (part.) 

Mark. 9, 1; glistinde & gleaminde ITath. 

1668; glistnede (pret.) spec. 36; glist- 

nede as gleam ded Marh. 9. 



glistren, O.Dutch glisteren, glister, splendere ;^ 

glistering f part. J Em. 350; glistred f pret. J 

Gow. 2, 262. 
glitreii, 0. Icel. glitra, M. II. Germ, glitzern, 

glitter; glitren, gliteren fpres. J Chauc. C. 

t. a 977 ; glitteren ^^rutilen£\ Wicl. judges 

6; gliterand f part. J ps. 44, 14; gli- 

teringe Degrev. 1839; glitered & glent 

Gaw. 604. 
gloileu, A. Sax. gloden(?), gloden, ^^heliotro- 

pium\ voc. 140. 
glomben, glommen ? Swed. glomma, L.Germ. 

gliimmen ? glum fglumpj, frown ; glombe 

Chauc. r. r. 4366; gloumbes fpres.) a. p. 

3, 94; and glommede als he were wrap 

Ilalliw. diet. 404. 
glopen, for glupen ? 0. Dutch gloepenj glti- 

pen, gliiipen, 0. Fris. gltipa finsidiose 

spectare)? glop, gloup, stare ivith surprise; 

gloped fpi^et.) a. p. 2, 849. 
glopneii, O.Icel. glupna? gloppen, terrify, a. 

r. 212^'; glopnede . . . and glorede d. 

Arth. 1074; comp. a-, forglopnen. 
gloppen see gulpen. 
gloren, O.Dutch gloeren, gloar fgloor), pa- 

tulis oculis spectare; glorede fpret.) d. 

AHh. 1074. 
glorie, Lat. gloria, glory, a. r. 368. 
glorifien, Fr. glorifier, glorify; glorifiep 

fpres.) ayenh. 26. 
glose, O.Fr. glose, glose, gloss, Rob. 110, 1; 

ayenl. 18T. 
glosen, 0. Fr. gloser, glose fglo%e), gloss; 

glOse %landire\ Wicl. judges 14; gldsep 

fpres.) pi. cr. 346; glosinde fpart.) Roh. 

497, 9; glosed fpret.) Will. 60; Man, 

34, 10. 
glouten glout, frown, pout; gloutid fpret.) 

Rich. 4771. 
gld?e, A. Sax. glof, glofa Greins gloss., 0. 

Icel. glofi Fritzners ordh., glove, '■^chirothe- 

ca\ prompt. 200; Gow. 2, 370; Lidg. 

m. p. 110; gloven fpl) Lay 28581; a, 

r. 420. 



206 



Glowchestre 



god 



Glowchestre, A. Sax. Grleapaii ceaster, Glou- 
cester, proclam. 9; Grioucestre Roh. 2, 24. 
glowiii, A. Sax. glopan(^?), O.Icel. gloa, 0. 

Dutch gloeien, 0. II. Germ, gluoien, glow, 

candere, proinpt. 200; glowe Langl. h 17 , 

222; pr. c. 7360; glopende (part. J Orm. 

1067; g\()wmgQ 3Iarg. 214; g]6wid fpt^et.J 

s. s. ed. Wr. '2688; gloweden Chauc. C. 

t. a 2132. 
glu, Fr. glu, Lat. gltis, glue, ayenh. 246. 
glucchen see gulchen. 
glufTei;? 3if 36 purh jemeleaste gluffed 

(gliffen) of pordes a. r. 46. 
glutcrnesse, from O.Icel. glutr? prodigality? 

Orm. 11633. 
glutiiu, Fr. gluton, glutton, a. r. 214; glo- 

toun ayenh. 50. 
glutonerie f? ms. glutenerie), Fr. gloutonne- 

rie, ho7n. 1, 49. 
glotouiiie, Fr. gloutonnie, gluttony, ayenh. 16. 
guaccheii, for cnacchen, 0. Butch knacken ? 

frendere? rel. ant. 1, 240. 
giia^cn, A.Sax. gnagan, O.H.Germ. gnagan, 

nagan, O.Icel. gnaga, naga, gnaw, rodere; 

gnapen fragyn. 6, 55; gnawe Roh. 404, 

11; Chauc. Troil. 5290; pr. c. 6908; 

gna3(e)st fpres.J Shmrh. 97; gnawe fsuh- 

Junct.J m. h. 142; gnogli (pret.) h. s. 

3581; gnow Rich. 5074; giiowen Wicl. 

Joh 30; gild we (suhjunct.) Roh. 539, 6; 

gnawen (part.) fr. c. 864; ignawe Ilich. 

ihes. 1, 227 ; comp. for-, togna3en. 
gnaisten see gnasten. 
giiappen, for cnappen, O.Dutch knappen? 

mordere? sum(e) gnappede here fetp and 

handes h. s. 10208. 
gnast, A.Sax. gnast, O.Icel. gneisti, O.II, 

Germ, gneisto, scintilla, horn. 1, 81; Wicl. 

Is. 1; knast, gnust prompt. 277. 
gnastiu (gnastin ?) ^fremere, stridere', prompt. 

200; he shal gnasten ^fre7idet\ Wicl. Is. 

5; gnaiste pr. c. 7338; gnaisted ^fremuc- 

run(\ ps. 2, 1; peir tep gnaisted Man. 

1821. 



gnat, A.Sax. gnset, gnat, culex. Mire 1937; 

Chauc. C. t. 5929; pene gnet a. r. 8; 

gnattes fpl.J st. gen. 2988. 
guaweu see gna3en. 
gneile, A.Sax. gnede? parous, rel. ant. 1, 

120; misc. 92; Havel. 97; (printed guede) 

Trist. 3, 49; of gifte was he never gne- 
de Degrev. 1159. 

gnedellche, A.Sax. gnedellce? parce, a. 
r. 202. 
gnet see gnat. 
gniden, A.Sax. guidan, O.H.Germ. gnitan, 

fricare, terere, a. r. 238; gnide fms. 

gnyde, printed guyde) rel. ant. 1, 175; 

gniden f pret. J a. r. 260; comp. forgnlden. 
gnit, Sived. gnet, Dan. gnid f lens J? rel. ant. 

1, 81. 
guof? Chauc. C. t. a 3188. 
gnuilden fricare, terere, a. r. 238^; gnodde 

fpres. imper.J Halliw. diet. 406; gnodded 

(pret.) Chauc. append. Boet. 1, 11; moni 

knight . . . gnodded (printed guodded) 

gras on pe grunde Alis. 2374; gnudde- 

den a. r. 260^\ 
gobet, Fr. gobet, gohhet, Chauc. C. t. a 696. 
god, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. god, O.K. 

Germ, got, cot, O.Icel. god, gud, Goth. 

gup, god, deus, La'>,. 5354; Boh. 2; go- 

des (gen.) o. a. n. 361; chron. Engl. 

630; gode (dat.) hom. 1, 87; godes (pi.) 

Kath. 53. 

godcund, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. godcund, 0. 
II.Germ. gotchimder, divine, Orm. 5873. 
godcundnesse divinity, Kath. 985. 

godcunde, O.H.Germ. gotchundi, divinity ^ 
La^. 24960. 

godchild godchild, a. r. 210. 

goddo3ter goddaughter, ayenh. 48. 

godfader godfather, Shoreh. 69. 

godfurlit cerens deum, hom. 1, 27; pe 
godfrihte 2, 19. 

godhod godhead, a. r. 112; godhede c. I. 
1335; ayenh. 12; Mand. 144. 

godmoder godmother, ayenh. 48. 



god 



gold 



207 



godsib gomh, Langl. 5, 152 (310); gossib 

Chauc. C. t. 5825. 

godsibrede gossipred, Shgreh. 69; gossip- 
rede Lidg. m. p. 36. 
godzibbe f.f ayenh. 48. 
godspel gospel, Beh. 1072; m. h. 5; 

gospel Chauc. C. t. a 481. 

godspelboc Orm. 6458. 

godspelprihte Orm. 5635. 
godspellere evangelist, a. r. 94*; ayenb. 

12; m. h. 47; gospellere Chauc. r. r. 

6887. 
godsune godson, voc. 214; godsone Brand. 

2. 
god, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. g6d, Goth. 
!, 0. Icel. gOdr, 0. JS. Germ, guoter, 
lonus, La"). 1782; Bek. 1; good 
Mand. 56; guod Am. a. AmiL 16; giid 
Min. 9; pr. c. 80; Isumh. 177; pet god 
honum, a. r. 248; 3if 36 ma3en eni oder 
gOd don hom. 1, 37; guod ayenb. 6; pat 
gOde pif 0. a. n. 1578; one gode stiinde 
misc. 42; pe gode mannes Orm. 1459; 
hwat dostu godes 0. a. n. 563; gOde 
fdat. m.) Lay 27733; a gode Fridai 
Brand. 17; lifi scolde Oder monnes god- 
dede comen him to gode fi7n %u gute 
IcomenJ hom. 1, 9; wip heore catel and 
heore gode transact. 18, 24; godere fdat. 
f.J La^. 3597 ; mid godere beorte hom. 
1, 3; to godre beale a. r. 194; gOdne 
face. m.J 0. a. n. 812; Shoreh. 135; 
have nou gOdne dai Horn 731; an. lit. 
6; gOde fpl.J Lay 521; gOde men Orm. 
3954; gOdere fgen. pi.) Lay 5705; go- 
den fdat. pi.) Lay 15206. 
gOddede good deed, hom. 1, 9; a. r. 150. 
gOdhede lonitas, 0. a. n. 351 ; Alis. 7060; 

Flor. 1682; guodhede ayenh. 233. 
gOdleic, 0. Icel. godleikr, lonitas, a. r. 

136; gOdleic, godlec Kath. 290 ^ 899; 

gOdlec Marh. 10, 33; an. lit. 8; g0dle3C 

Orm. 1768. 
gOdllch, A.Sax. gOdllc, O.R.Germ. guot- 



licher, goodly, a. p. 2, 7 53; godli Ipom. 
75; mid gOdliche scruden Lay 5362; 
gOdllcbe fadv.) Lay 18857; Degrev, 
675; goodliche c. I. 1396; gOdli Will. 
169. 
godnesse, A. Sax. gOdness, goodness, Lay 
6897; Orm. 2109; transact. 18, 28; 
guodnesse ayenh. 18. 
goodschipe, -schupe honitas, c. I. 503. 
goddesse goddess Chauc. C. t. a 2063. 
gode see gade. 
godelen? hvanne pe On godelep pane Opre- 

ne ayenh. 66. 
godeii, A. Sax. gOdian, M. S. Germ, guoten, 
giieten, malce good, become good, benefit, 
Orm. 10866 Sf 15909; igOded fpart.) a. 
r. 386. 
gogel? 

gogileyid goggle-eyed, ^^limus", prompt. 201. 
gojon, Fr. goujon, gudgeon, "gohio, vertibu- 

lum", prompt. 201 ^ 202. 
gol see gul. 

gol? cmp. O.Icel. gOla fbene), gOlastr fopti- 
mus), O.H.Germ. nrguoler finsignis). 
gOllic, O.Icel. gOligr f bonus, eximius), 0. 
H.Germ. gnoUicher fgloriosus), == gOd- 
lic? noble, famous? gOlike tun Orm. 
15662. 
gol see gal. 

gold, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. H. Germ, gold, 
Goth, gulp, O.Icel. gull, gold, aurum. Lay 
4779; Orm. 6474; golde fdat.) spec. 38; 
guide Iw. 888. 
goldfah Lay 31406; goldfbhne bope/r«^m. 

6, 31. 
goldfinch goldfinch, 0. a. n. 1130; Alis. 

783; Chauc. C. t. a 4367. 
goldhord gold-hoard, Marh. 17; a. r. 152; 

s. s. ed. Wr. 2004. 
goldmestling "aurichalcum" , fragm. 4, 41. 
goldring gold-ring. Lay 24600. 
goldsmith goldsmith, prompt. 202. 
goldwir gold-ioire. Lay 7048; Alis. ed. 
8Jc. 180. 



208 



golden 



gr«di3 



golden see gulden. 

gole, 0. Fr. gole, goiile, gole fgcwlj, guJa, 

faux, Chest, pi 1, 229; d. Arth. 3725; 

goulez gules, Gaw. 619. 
golet^ 0. Fr. goiilet, gullet, Chauc. C. t. 

13958. 
golf, O.Icel. golf, golf fgonf, goaf J, solum, 

prompt. 202. 
gome see giime. 
gome^ 0. Icel. gaum, 0. II. Germ, gauma, 

gouma, gaum, attentio, cura, r. s. V, IS; 

nime gome lioh. 38, 4; gom Orm. 916; 

see 3eme. 
gome^ A.Sax. goma, 0. II. Germ, guomo, 0. 

Icel. gomr, goom, ^^ gingiva \ prompt. 202; 

voc. 245; gomes fpl.J rel. ant. 2, 78. 
gonieii see gamen. 
gon see gan. 
gong see gang. 
gonien see ganien. 
gore, A. Sax. 0. Icel. 0. H. Germ, gor, gore 

(gor), 'Iimus\ prompt. 203; a. p. 2, 

306; gore and fen li b. disc. 147 L 
gore see gare. 
gorst, A.Sax. gorst, gorse, rel. ant. 1, 37; 

Wicl. Is. 55; gorstez fpl.J a. p. 2, 534, 
gos, A. Sax. gos, 0. Icel. gas, 0. H. Germ. 

gans, goose, anser, Havel. 1240; rel. ant. 

1, 217 ; goos Chauc. C. t. a 4137; Mand. 

49; guos ayenh. 32; ges fpl.J a. r. 128; 

gees Ravel. 702; 3fand. 49; Lidg. m. p. 

118. 

gosey goose-egg, pi. cr. 225. 

goshauc goshaivh, Alls. 483; gosh auk 
Wicl. JoT) 39; gosliawk Lidg. 7n. p. 152. 

? gossomer gossamer, prompt. 205 ; Chauc. 
C. t. 10573; Lidg. m. p. 46. 
gost see gast. 
got see gat. 

gote, 0. Dutch gote, from 3eoten, gote, ca- 
nal is, 2^^'ompt. 205; gotez fpl.J a. p. 1, 

607. 
gotere, Fr. gouttiere, gutter, prompt. 206. 
go|>eleu, Germ, godeln, gudeln Stalders idiot. 



1, 488, bilhire, atrepere : hise guttes bi- 

gonne to gopelen Langl. h 5, 347; a 

slab of ire pat glowinge a fure were in 

water hit wolde gopeli loude treat. 135. 
gouk = jeac, gaivh (goxvh), cuculus, homo 

stultus, d. Arth. 927; gok rel. ant. 1, 

291. 
goki, diminut. of gouk, gawhj fgowkyj, Langl. 

h 11, 299. 
goul see gavel. 
goulen, O.Icel. gaula, gowl, ejulare; goule 

misc. 228; pr. c. 477; goul "ulula'\ 

Wicl. Ez. 21; gouleden fpret.J Havel. 

164; see 3oulen. 
gound see gund. 

goute, Fr. goutte, gout, spec. 48; Shoreh. 2, 
govel see gavel. 
governen, Fr. gouverner, govern; governe 

Iloh. 106, 16; governejj fpres.J ayenh. 

124. 
gowcn spectare? (})u) gopest ])aironne Orm. 

12233. 
gra see grai. 
grace, Fr. grace, grace, horn. 1, 49; La'i,. 

6616''; a. r. 8; Beh 421. 
gracious, Fr. gracieux, gracio'ts, Will. 312; 

graciouser fcompar.J ayenh. 24, 
grseden, A.Sax. gnedaii, cry, clamare; gre- 

den a. r. 236; h. m. 47 ; Langl. 3, 63 

(71); grede o. a. n. 308; Havel. 96; 

Beh. 129; ayenh. 22; grede ant grone h. 

h. 80; crie and grede j). I. s. /, 32; 

bio we and grede ni. Arth. 791 ; wepe 

and grede hid. Cor. 361; grede]) (pres.) 

Alis. 142; alle ])o pat to me grede spec. 

82; grede (imperat.) lloccl. VI, 36; 

graedde (gradde) fpret.J La-^. 8634; gred- 

de a. r. 244; st. gen. 3585; Rom 1202; 

gradde Alis. 1067; gredden Shoreh. 84; 

comp. bigrseden. 
gr%di3, A.Sax. grfedig, O.Z. 6r>?7«. gradag, 

Goth, gredags, O.Icel. graclugr, O.II.Ucrm. 

gratager, greedy, avidus; gredi^ Orm. 

10217; gr^di p. I s. Till, 133; st. gen. 



grsef 



gramien 



209 



494; gra;die fpLj fragm. 6, 9; gredie 
hundes a. r. o24; grediure fcoynpar.J a. 
r. 416. 

gredi^le.^c aviditas, Orm. 3994. 
grsediliche greedily^ fi'ogm. 6, 22; gredi- 

llche a. r. 240*; gredilike rel. ant. 1, 

216. 
gredi^iiGSse, A.Sc/x. grsdigness, greediness, 

Orm. 4622; gredinesse a. r. 416'. 

grsef, A.Sax. graef, '■^sculptura\ fragm. 2, 60. 

grsefe, A.Sax. graef flmiisj? grMe fspelun- 

caj? Bout. ev. 60, L.Germ. grefe (fossa)? 

fossa, lucus? grove Will. 3634; Chauc. 

Troil 7614; Gaw. 1366 (^' 1898; a. p. 

1, 320; grsefes fpl.J Orm. 9210; greaves 
La'i,. 31881*; greves Irist. 1, 2; Gow. 

2, 261; Chauc. C. t. a 1496; li b. disc. 
661; Fercev. 172; grevis ant. Arth. 
XXXIII, 2. 

grseiicii^ O.Dutch granen (graenen)? parare? 

beo grifenedeii (greiiiede) lioore stedeii 

Zrr,. 23909. 
graes, A.Sax. graes, g*rs, 0. L.Germ. O.II. 

Germ. 0. Icel. Goth, gras, 0. Fris. gers, 

grass fgress, gers J, gramen. fragm. 3, 60; 

graes, gras Zc^. 3906 ^- 16414; gras o. 

a. n. 1042; treat. 137; Wil. 644; Cciv. 

1, 162; Mire 1499; gres prompt. 210; 

St. gen. 3049; Havel 2698; Man. 336, 

4; Fercev. 1192; pet gers agenb. Ill; 

grases (ph) spec. 114; greses m. 8193. 

gresboppe, A.Sax. gaersboppa, ^'lociista", 
fragm. 3, 30; voc. 166; Orm. 9224. 
grafe, O.II.Germ. gravo, O.Fris. greva. 0. 

Icel. greifi, grave (grieve), '■^villicus, prae- 

positus\ voc. 211 ; greive Havel. 1771; 

bis bidel & bis gre3fe Orm. 18366. 
graiFeii; Fr. greffer, graft, Langl. b 6, 137 ; 

griifiii, graffin prompt. 212. 
gral, A.Sax. grseg, O.Fris. gre, O.Icel. grar, 

0. II. Germ, grawer, grag (grey), (ms. 

gray) spec. 34; grei h. m. 43; st. gen. 

1723; grei as glas Chauc. C. t. a 162; 

grei, grai (mbst.) p. I. s. VIII, 182 



(Hick. thes. 1, 224); grai li b. disc. 839; 

grey Langl b 16, 216; grai, gra m. h. 

42; gro Launf. 237; in gr6 ant in gris 

spec. 26; bis greie fel o. a. n. 834; 1 

de gre3e kuvele a. r. 12. 

? graibond, A. Sax. grsegbund, grayhoundy 
8. 8. ed. Web. 698; greibound Triam. 
473; greabund a. r. 332; grebound 
Lidg. m. p. 29; grObund Farten. 1389; 
gribond ayenb. 76; grewbond s. s. ed. 
Wr. 738; cmp. O.Icel groybundr. 
grei gray, meles, prompt. 209; (pu) grisllcbe 

gra (devil) Marh. 6, 23; see Grimm's 

mythol 946. 
graicUj 0. II. Germ,, gra wen, become gray: 

grayes (pres.) Gatv. 627 . 
grail^ O.Fr. grael, mass-book, ^^gradale", proinpt. 

207. 
grain^ Fr. grain, groin; grein Langl. 6, 

121 (7, 112); grains (pi) rycnb. 230. 
grai|) see greip. 
gram^ A.Sax. gram, grom, O.L.Germ. gram, 

O.Icel. gramr, O.HGirm. gramer, angry, 

furious; gram (ms. gj'amm) & gril Onn. 

7146; bete gram st. gen. 1228; god was 

bim gram Havel 2469; grom o. a. n. 

992; grame (pi) Am. a. Amil 214; 

grame wordes La}. 24774*. 

gromelTcb, A.S'fx. gramlic, O.Icel gram- 
ligr, furious, Marh. 9, 24. 
grame^ A.Sax. grama, O.Icel O.H.Germ, 

gremi, grief anger, p. s. 199; Will 2200; 

Jos. 639; Chauc. C. t. 13331; a. p. 3, 

63; Min. 18; Degrev. 1372; Triam. 

1223; Tor. 2029; grome (grame) La^. 

1436; grome Marh. 17, 12; a. r. 180; 

of grome & of teone Kath. 1363; al 

bim turnde hit to grome o. a. n. 1090; 

greme Gaw. 312; a. p. 2, 947; gromen 

(pi) h. m. 7 . 

gramcund angry, Orm. 1646. 

gremful p. I s. II, 166. 
gramien^ A.Sax. gramian, gremian, Goth. 

gramjan, O.Icel gremja, O.II.Germ. gre- 

27 



210 



gvkn 



great 



• men, grieve, vex; gromien (gramie) Za^. 
25216; grame lud. Cov. 27; And. 77; 
gremien Mark. 12, 19; gremen a. p. 2, 
1347; greme Havel. 442; groined fpres.J 
Marh. 17, 12; gremed a. r. 334; gre- 
mede fpret.J spec. 36; him gremed(e) 
(gromede) pid ham Kath. 2106; gremed 
^Hrritavit^', ps. 9, 26; comp. a-, i-, of- 
gramieu. 

griiii, from *grinen, O.II.Germ. grinen fmu- 
tire, gannirej? groan; gron Mapes 343; 
granes fpl.J atit. Arth. ed. Madden XL VIII, 
9. 

grange^ Fr. grange, grange ; graunge, gronge 
prompt. 20 S; gronge Havel. 764. 

granien (gronie), A.Sax. granian, groan (grane), 
gemere, La"^. 26667; granen h. m. 47; 
grCnen vor his eche a. r. 326; ne gro- 
nye ne sike p. I. s. XVII, 680; grone 
h. h. 80; greonep fpres.J fragm. 6, 41; 
groni fsubj.J o. a. n. 872; granand (part.) 
pr. c. 798; gronede fpret.J U h. disc. 478. 

graiiiiig^ A. Sax. granung, groaning, La\ 
17797; gianung (printed gramiiig) horn. 
1, 33; groning ant. Arth. XXVI, 2. 

graukeii gemere; grankis fpres.J Town. myd. 
166. 

(lirautcbrugge^ A.Sax. Grrantaii brycg, Cam- 
bridge, Bob. 6, 22. 

grauteii^ O.Fr. granter, grant; grante Rob. 
116, 4; granti p. I. s. XVI, 176; gian- 
tej) fpres.J ayenb. 7; grantede fpret.J 
La\ 4789"^'; St. gen. 1423; igranted 
fpart.J a. r. 34. 

grap, A.Sax. grap, 0. Icel. greip, from gri- 
peii, captio; grapes fpl.J Kath. 866. 

grape^ Fr. grappe, grape, '^tiva\ voc. 240; 
Langl. b 14, 30; grapes fpl.J Brand. 
19; Maud. 219. 

grapien^ A.Sax. grapian, O.Icel. greipa, 0. 
II.Germ. greifon, grope, palpare; grape 
ps. 113, 72; grope AUs. 1967; Langl. 
b 13, 347; Chauc. C. t. a 644; Flor. 
1633: gropep fpres.J o. a. n. 1496; (hi) 



gropiep Shoreh. 126; grope fimperat.J 
Mire 912; gropie fsubjunct.J a. r. 368; 
grapede (gropede) fpret.J La-^. 30269; 
graped pr. c. 6666. 

gras see graes. 

grasieii^ A.Sax. grasian(?), M.H.Germ. gra- 
sen, graze; grase Lidg. m. p. 121; gresin 
prompt. 210. 

graspeu^ L.Germ. grapsen, grasp, JVicl. Job 
6; grasp id fpret.J Flor. 678; grasped bl 
pe walles to and fro Chauc. C. t. a 4293. 

grate, Lat. crates, grate, prompt. 207 . 

gratcu see greten. 

grave, A.Sax. graef, 0. L.Germ. graf, O.Fris, 
gref, O.II.Germ. grab n., O.Icel. grof /., 
grave, ^'•sepuhruni\ voc. 231; prompt. 207 ; 
WicL John 19; grafe /. h. r. 79; mir. 
pi. 160. 

gravelle, Fr. gravelle, gravel, prompt. 207 ; 
gravel Horn ed. Lam. 1466. 

graven, A. Sax. grafan, 0. Icel. grafa, 0. H. 
Germ. Goth, graban, grave: he lette peron 
graven saelcude runstaven La-^. 9960; 
gravin ^'■fodere, tGidpere\ protnpt. 208; 
in eorpe grave Chauc. C. t. 8667; grave 
ffr bigrave) Havel. 613; grof fpret.J 
ps. 7, 16'^; pai grofe /. h. r. 108; gra- 
ven fpart.J a. p. 2, 1332; a cave de 
was dor in roche graven st. gen. 1 138; 
pere he sholde be graven ffor bigraven) 
Langl. b 11, 67; igraven La"^. 7636; 
comp. bigraven. 

grafere, A.Sax. grafere, graver, ^^sculptor\ 
fragm. 2, 69. 

gre, 0. Fr. gre, "gradus", p^'ompt. 208; m. 
Arth. 48. 

greade, A.Sax. greada(?), gremium: pet me 
do pe elmesse into pe greade of pe 
povre ayenb. 196; grede s. s. ed. Web. 
1M02; pe coppe he putte under his grede 
AUs. 4187. 

great, A.Sax. great, O.Fris. grat, 0. L.Germ. 
grot, 0. II. Germ, grozer, great, grandia, 
ma gnus, AUs. 936; grffit Orm. 2479; 



greaten 



greot 



211 



grSt st. gen. 2098; BeJc. 71; gret, greet 
Chauc. C. t. a 318; hire heorte pas so 
gret 0. a. n. 43; gret wip childe h. T. 
531; grat ayenb. 18; mid grseten ane 
huxe La-^. 27881; mid greatere heorte 
669; moni greatiie diint 2284; greate 
fpLj a. r. 194; grete lordes Mand. 13; 
gretture fcompar.J a. r. 194; gretture, 
grettere o. a. n. 74; grettere Havel. 
1893; gretter Mand. 2; grettest (super- 
lat.J Brand. 2; hir gretteste op Chauc. 
C. t. a 120; greste a. r. 66; Shoreh. 8. 
gretlTche greatly, Will. 2444; gretluker 
(compar.) a. r. 426. 

greaten^ A. Sax. greatian, greaten, grandesce- 
re, a. r. 128; grete (greti) Roh. 68, 17 ; 
grete p fpres.J Alis. 464; gretnede ffor 
gretede) fpret.J Jos. 88. 

gred? cmp. gredel, 

gredlren gridiron, ^^craticula\ Wicl. exod. 
27 ; gredire /. h. r. 58; gridire p. I. 
,s-. xr, 204. 

greilc see greade. 

greilelj Welsh greidell, //'. greideal, griddle, 
cratieula, I. c. c. 13; gredil a. r. 122. 

greileii see grseden. 

gredi^ .'ee grgedi3. 

gref, Fr. grief, grief, a. r. 392; Will. 2473. 

grei see grai. 

grei]>^ O.Icel. greidr, paratus, IVill. 6296; 
graip m. h. 99; avow. Arth. XXXVI, 
8; pe graip(e) gate Laiigl. 1, 181 (203 J; 
greithe (adv. J Mire 346; greide (pi. J a. 
r. 16; graipest (swperlat.) Min. 18. 
graipllche graithly, pi. cr. 629; greipli 
Will. 984; graipli m. h. 44; Percev. 
491. 

grei|>e; 0. Icel. greidi, preparation, Jos. 66. 

grci|>cii; O.Icel. greida, graith, par are, Alis. 
170; grseidien, grseiden (greipi) La-r>,. 
8058 Sf 17288; grespen Orm. 98; 
greipe Havel. 1762; Will. 1719; Mapes 
334; greided (pres.J a. r. 236; graithes 
m. Arth. 2530; greidede (pret.J La\ 



1079; greipede Bek. 931; greipide "pa- 

ravif , Wicl, genes. 27; graiped Percev. 

123; greiped (part.) Will. 1946; igrei- 

ped spec 48; pi. cr. 196; igreidet Kath. 

1993; comp. agreipen. 
grehe see grafe. 

greme^ gremien see grame, gramien. 
greiii|>e; M. II. Germ, gromde, anger, fury, 

Will. 2080; Alis. ed. Sk. 279. 
greiie, O.Icel. grein (discrimen, dissensioj? 

in game ne in grene Havel. 996. 
grene^ A.Sax. O.Fris. grene, O.Icel. groenn, 

0. L. Germ, groni, 0. H. Germ, gruoner, 

green, viridis, Lay 24662 ; Bob. 362, 9; 

spec. 90; Alls. 638; Mand. 64; greene 

Chauc. C. t. 9911; grene bo3hes Orm. 

10002: pe woundes grene c. I. 1433; 

grennere (compar.J Brand. 16. 

grenhede viriditas, rel. ant. 2, 84; ayenh. 
28. 

Grene wicli Greenwich, Chauc. C. t. a 3907 . 
greiiin^ A.Sax. grenian, green, ^■Vi'r^scere\ 

prompt. 210; grenen h. m. 36; greni a- 

yenb. 96; grened (pres.J a. r. 160. 
grenliiig^ Germ, griinling, green-fi^h, prompt. 

210. 
greuiiieii^ A. Sax. grennian, M. II. Germ. 

grennen, grin (girnj, fragm. 7 , 4; gren- 

nen a. r. 212; grennin ^'ringt\ prompt. 

210; grenne ps. 36, 12; grenne and 

berke Alis. 1936; pe teep grennaud 

Bich. 3406; grennede (pret.J hem. 1, 277; 

heo grenneden him lion (r. on) Lay 29660. 
greiiuuiigc grinning, rictus, a. r. 212. 
greos (greose ?), M. H. Gei-m. grus, griise 

(horror J. 

gresli, M. II. Germ, griuslicli, = grisli, 
horrible, Ber. 1677; greesli mir. pi. 
, 34; greseli HaUvw. diet. 404. 
greot; A.Sax. greot, O.L.Geim. greot, griot, 

O.Icel. griot, O.H.Germ. grioz, grit (greetjy 

gravel, sabulum, a. r. 70; gret st. gen. 

3774; Trisf. 3, 21; greet Wicl. Job 21; 

rel. ant. 2, 81. 



212 



greowen 



gnm 



greowen = gru wen ? grew, horrcre: it shuld 
grue me ill(e) sacram. Idf). 

grcs see graes. 

gresse, O.Fr. gresse, greme, 1. h. r. SS*; 
grese oi/enh. 205. 

gret, Goth, grets, O.Icel. gratr, fletu&; grot 
s^. gen. 1978; grete fdat.J ant. Arth. 
XXV, 12; mir. pi. U')0. 

gret see great. 

greteii^ A.Sax. greetan, gretan, Goth, gretan 
pret. gaigrot, 0. Icel. grata pret. gret, 
greet; gretiu ^^plorare, flere\ prompt. 210; 
grete Trist. 1, 67; a. p. 1, 331; pr. c. 
7099; grete, greete Zangl. 6, 216 (386); 
grete and grOne Town. myst. 227 ; graten 
Havel. 329; groten st. gen. 1984; grete 
fpres.J ant. Arth. VII, 13; greten an. 
lit. 11; gret f pret. J st. gen. 2287; Man. 
3613; m. h. 18; Isumh. 316; thou grete 
Town. myst. 292; greten st. gen. 3207 ; 
he greten and gouleden Ravel. 164; 
greten (part. J Man. 16613 : g-rete Eglam. 
926; graten, igroten Ilavd. 241 Sf 286. 

greten^ A. Sax. gretan (alloqui, invocare, sa- 
lutarej, O.Fris. greta fprovccare, appellerej, 
O.Jj. Germ, grotean f alloqui J, 0. II. Germ. 
gruozan fprovocare, salutarej, greet, salute, 

■ Orpi. 2806; & pult greten lire godes 
IiTath. 2303; gretin "salulare\ prompt. 
211; greten, grete Zangl. 6, 187 (343 J; 
grete Will. 1430; mir. pi. 162; greete, 
griete Chaue. C. t. 8890; greted fpres.J 
st. gen. 2382; greted |)e lefdi mid one 
ave Marie a. r. 430; gretto f pret. J La\ 
133; Horn 788; BeJc. 462; langh 10, 
218 (11, 163); Laiinf. 2:/2; gretten 
WiJ. 4664; Alls. 6696; gret (part.) 
Havel. 2290; ccmp. igreten. 

gretiiiigc greeting, a. r. 260; gretinge La-^. 
4612; greting Beh. 1238. 

grevaiiiu'C, O.Fr. grevance, grievance, Man. 
9496; pr. c. 3019. 

greve see gr^efe. 

grcven, O.Fr. grever, Lat. gravare, grieve; 



greve Havel. 2963; Will. 689; Mand. 
11; grevi IJek. 1622; ayenh. 39; greved 
(pres.) st. gen. 3818; greve (siihjunct.J 
a. r. 422; Langl. h 17, 111. 

greious grievous,, p. I. s. XXI, 16. 
grevousliche grievously, ayenh. 47, 

gri? 

grillch? O.HGerm. grullch? horrible, d. 
Arth. 1101. 

Orickc Greek, Graecus; G-rickes (pi.) Orm. 
17660. 

<ilrickisch Greeldsh: })is Grricldsche fur a. r. 
402; mid G-ridvisce fare La^. 628. 

grieii = gruwen, gry, feel horror? gried 
(pret.) Gaw. 2370. 

griffon^ O.Fr. griffon, grifi on (griffin), Chauc, 
a t. a 2133. 

grikiiig (griging) griking (grehing), break of 
day, ps. 77, 34; |)e griginge of Jje daye 
d. Arth. 2610; cmp. O.Dutch griekelinge, 
kriekeling-e. 

gi'il^ M. II. Germ, grel, sharp, fierce, horrible ^ 
prompt. 212; Am. a. Amil. 1276; gril 
(ms. grill) & gram Orm. 7196; \m sper 
pat is so gril p. r. I. p. 226; grille 
(pi.) Chauc. r. r. 73 ; woundes . . . grille 
spec. 91; grones full grille ant. Arth. 
XLVni, 9. 

gi'ilieii^ A. Six. grillan, grellan (provocare)y 
Butch grillen (horrere), provoke, grieve; 
grille ant. Arth. XLIX, 8; grill (e) sa- 
cram. 786; i shall . . . never more the 
greeve ne grill(e) mir. pi. 4; so gretll 
ca,n (r. gan) he grille (be afraid) e. T. 
166; mo grulled (I feel horror) a3ean 
mine pine a. r. 366; 3ef hire herte 
therto grille 3Iirc 103; comp. agruUen. 

grim, A.Sa.r. grimm, grim, O.L.Germ. grim, 
O.Icel.-^gYimmv, O.HGerm. grimmer, grim^ 
saevKs, ^^austerus\ horridus\ prompt. 212; 
gr. 30; Alis. 764; Mire 1661 ; Iw. 2183; 
Man. 6208; pr. c. 2260; a grim pord 
a. r. 100; he is tO J)e swipe g-iim Havel. 
2398; grim and WTOp s. s. ed. Web. 818; 



grim 



gns 



215 



mid grimmere strengde Z«3. 18310: moni 

grimne reas 2283; grimme pundes Orm. 

1443; grimmest (mperlat.) a. r. 202. 

grimllch grimly: jie grimli gost spec. Ill; 
grimliche (adv. J Lay 1914; a. r. 104; 
0. a. n. 1332; grimliche /"dat. pi.) La-^. 
8176; grimlokest fsuperlat.J ant. Arth. 
VIII, 8. 
grini^ M.II.Germ. grim, /wry, rage, Alls. ed. 

SL 904. 
grim, Dan. grim, gnme, fiiligo: grim or 

gore IlaveL 2497. 
<i!riiiicsbi Grimsbij, Lay 22692; Havel. 746. 
griniiiesse^ A. Sax. grimness, grimness, '•^au- 

steritas', prompt. 212. 
grill, A. Sax. grin, gryn, grin, laqueus, a- 

yenh. 47; gren dep. B. 14, 9; grine, 

grune fpl.?J o. a. n. 1(J66; gnme fdat.J 

Marh. 3, 26; grilles, greiies ("pi. J JVicl. 

Job 22 c^' J (-rem. 18; see groiie. 
grind, A.Sitx. gegriiid fcontritioj. 

grindston grind-done, a. r. 332; grind- 
stoon '■^mold\ Wicl. numb. IL 
grind el! 

grindelstan grindlestone, mola, a. r. 332"'; 
grindelston Gaiv. 2202. 
griiidol angry, furious, Gaiv. 2338; a. p. 

3, 024. 

grindellaik anger, fury, Gaw. 312. 
griuden, ^J.*S^r^r. grindaii, grind, terere, mo- 

lere, a. r. 7ij; giiiidin ^^moJere\ prompt. 

212; grinde a. p. 1, 81; grinde ate 

qveriie ayenb. 181; grinde fpres.J Chauc. 

C. t. 13903; grindest Orm. I486; grint 

Will. 1242; grond fpret.J "contrivit'\ 

Wicl. exod. 32; grunden st. gen. 3339; 

grunde fsuhjunct.J a. r. 70; grunden (part. J 

Iw. 67 6 r grunden stel JLavel. 2003; 

grounden voc. 100; Gaiv. 2202; groundin 

/. c. c. 30; comp. igrinden. 
griiiderc grinder; grinderis fpl.J Wicl. eccles. 

12. 
griuien, A.Sax. grinian, grin ; grenede "»7/a- 

qaeavi\ Wicl. Jerem. 00. 



grip, O.Icel. grlpr, 0. 11. Germ, grif, gripe, 
griffon, Havel. 072; Brand. 20; Alts. 
6340; Octov. 447; gripes /"pl.J Lay 28062. 

gripe, .^.^Sfl'^. gripe, O.Icd.gn^x, M.II.Germ. 
grif, gripe, grip, captus ; gripen fdat. pi.) 
Lay 10273. 

gripel gripple, rapox. Lay 7336. 

gripen, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, gripan, 0. Fris. 
O.Icel. gripa, Goth, greipan, 0. II. Germ. 
grifan, gripe, prehendere, capere, rapere, 
rel. ant. 1, 174; his freondes strived to 
gripen his ipon r. s. V, 76; gripe Bich. 
4471 ; gripep fpres.) Langl. 3, 230 (248); 
gripes 'uidprehendite\ ps. 2, 12; grap 
fpret.) Lay 27691; Orm. 8120; grure 
grap euch mon Kath. 1994; grop Havel. 
1776; grep? Beve^ 2309; gripen Havel. 
1790; grepen Bioh. 0070; gripen (part.) 
ps. 9, 16; gripen, grepe Langl. a 3, 
17 if'; [griped b 3, 181]; comp. bi-, i- 
gripen; deriv.'gn^Q, gripel, grippen, grap. 

grippe, 0. Dutch grippe, grip, sulcus, prompt. 
212; gripes (pi) I^vel. 1924. 

grippel, Dutch grippel, greppel, gripple, 
su CHS, prompt. 212. 

grippen, M.II.Germ. gripfeu, grip, prehen- 
dere; grippest (pres ) m. t. J 18; gripte 
(pret.) Bob. 22, 19; lie gript(e) his man- 
tel Will. 744; comp. bigrippen. 

gris, O.Fr. 0. L. Germ. 0. Iris. M. H. Germ. 
gris, Gcinus, spec. 26; Langl. b 10, 210; 
griis Irid. 2, 9; gris and grai lib. disc. 
839; gi'is and grO Launf. 237 . ^ 

gris, O.Icel. %Y\'&?> pi. gxl^u, grise, "pcrcellus\ 
vcc. 204; rel. ant. 2, 79; Langl. 4, 38 
(01); I. c. c. 00; gvUe8(pl.) a. r. 204^.^ 

gris (grise?) horror. 

grisful horrible, p. I. s. I, 33; gris-, 

grlsefiil iricl. deuter. 2 Sf tvisd. 11. 
grislich, A. Sax. gris-, grJ^'slTc, 0. Fris. 
grislik, O.Dutch griselik, grisly (grisely), 
horrible, Marh. 10, 27; a. r. 190; o. 
a. n. 224; ayenb. 49; s. s. cd. Weh. 
756; h. T. 168; grislTj (ms. grissli3) 



214 



grisen 



growen 



Orm. 3842; grisli, griselTch AUs. 684 
^' 6717; grisli a. p. 2, 1534; grisli, 
griseli pr. c. 1404 ^ 1757; grisliche 
(adv.) a. r. 118; Bob. 24, 21; Will. 
4343; pi. cr. 585; grisliche fpl) La\ 
28063; grisloker fcompar.J Rob. 560, 
18; pe grisllkeste weder p. I. s. XVII, 
353; see gresli. 

grislines grieliness, pr. c. 2310; grise- 
linesse Wicl. deuter. 2. 
grisen^ A. Sax. (a)grisan, feel horror, be terri- 
fied, rel. ant. 1, 130; grise transact. 18, 

26; s. s. ed. Wr. 2674; I. h. r. 121; 

m. h. 23; Lidg. m. p. 113; mir. pi. 

177 ; me grises a. r. 366"^; pet ou grise 

pid liam 92^; gros (pret.) Horn ed. Lum. 

1314; hit was no wundir poj him gros 

Ji. s. 7875; comp. agrisen. 
grisi = 0. H. Germ, griusiger fhorribilisj ? 

grisillche horribile. Will. 4343. 

grisines ^^horror\ Wicl. genes. 15. 
grisil ^^hmTidus, terribilis\ prompt. 213. 
grisle horror, Marh. 15, 3; ich cpakie of 

grisle & of grure hom. 1, 253. 
grisung horror, a. r. WO^'; grisiug Wicl. 

Job. 18. 
griste, A.Sax. grist, O.L.Germ. grist(grimmo), 

M. U. Germ, gris(gram), grist, molitura, 

frendor? g. 336; a. p. 1, 465. 

gristbat frendor, Lay 5189. 

gristbatien frendere; grisbatede f pret. J a. 
r. 326. 

gristbatinge frendor, La\ 1886; grisba- 
ting hom. 1, 33. 
gristilj A.Sax. O.Fris. gristel, gristle, '•'•car- 

tilago\ voc. 179; prompt. 213; gristles 

fpl. J hom. 1, 251. 

gristilboii "cartilago", prompt. 106. 
grid', A. Sax. 0. Icel. grid, peace, hom. 1, 

45; a. r. 284; st. gen. 560; grid (grip) 

Lay 1416; grip rel. ant. 1, 172; Will. 

3899; Man. 3659; grip fms. gripp) & 

frip Orm. 3380; hi nabbep noper grip 

ne sibbe o. a. n. 1005; pat pider wol 



fleon to sechen grip c. I. 702; grith 

Havel. 511; ant. Arth. V, 7; fms. griht) 

h. h. 124. 

gripbruche o. a. n. 1734. 

gridful a. r. 406. 

gridliche Lay 121. 
griiMen^ A. Sax. gridian, make peace. Lay 

5551; comp. igridien. 
grof, A.Sax. (pyii)graf ? Greins gloss. 2, 7 58y 

grove, Arth. a. Merl. 1640; grove ^^lucas\ 

prompt. 215; Mand. 271; grove fdat.) 

0. a. n. 380; Cham. C. t. a 1478; gro- 

veii (grove) fdat. pi. J Lay 469. 
grofe^ O.Icel. grof, O.H.Germ. gruoba, groove ^ 

fovea, Alex. 5395. 
grom^ O.Dutch grom, O.Icel. gromr, groom, 

puer, Horn 971; Havel. 790; Bel. 148; 

Will. 1767 ; p. s. 218 ; moni knight and 

grom AUs. 1150; gromes fpl. J a. r. 422; 

0. a. n. 1115; ayenb. 210. 
grome see grame. 

groniil^ Fr. gremil, gromivell, spec. 27 . 
groii, gronien see gran, granien, 
groiiil see griuid. 
grone = grin? laqueus, a. r. 278; gronen 

(grunen) fpl.) ibid. 
grope^ O.Fris. grope, O.Dutch groepe, groop^ 

trench; groupe prompt. 216. 
gropicn see grapien. 
grot, A.Sax. grot, fragment, particle, a. r. 

260; Will. 4257; Chauc. C. t. 6874; 

(karf) hem al to grotes Havel. 472. 
grot, 0. Icel. grautr ? groat, polenta ; grotes 

fpl.) I. c. c. 47. 
grot see gret. 
grotc, O.Dutch grote, groat, drachma, Langl. 

5, 31; grote, groote Lidg. m. p. 50 ^ 

152; grotes fpl.) Chauc. C. t. 7546. 
ground see grund. 
groute, A.Sax. grut, O.Dutch gruite, M.H. 

Germ, gru:^, gr'out, voc. 178; prompt. 217 . 
groTe see grof. 
growen, A. Sax. gropan, 0. Fris. growa, 0. 

Icel. groa, O.H.Germ. groen, gruen, grow^ 



grubbin 



gul 



215 



crescere; grope o. a. n. 1134; growe 
Langl h 20, 56; Mand. 88; grOuwep 
fpre&.J p. 8. 332; growinde (part. J Shoreh. 
169; greu fpret.J Lay 2014; Havel. 
2333; Hob. 470, 6; greowen Lay 8696; 
gr(e)ope, ' grewe o. a. n. 136; greowe 
fsuhjmict.J rel. ant. 1, 173; grow en f part. J 
pi. cr. 221 ; comp. bi-, igrowen. 

grubbin yrwi, ^^fodicare\ prompt. 217 ; grobbe 
. Chauc. append. Boet. 1, 29; grubbed fpret.J 
I. h. r. 94. 

griiccheii^ O.Fr. grouchier, grudge, ^^murmu- 
rare\ Wicl. numh. 14; grochi ayenh. 67; 
grugge lud. C.v. 228; grucched (pres.) 
a. r. 114; gruccbe fimper.J Will. 1450; 
grucched fpret.J Mand. 57; grucheden 
st. gen. 3354. 

gruel, O.Fr. gruel, gruel, I. c. c. 47. 

gruf, anp. O.Icel. a grufu fncesgriisj Fritz- 
tiers ordh., |)ei fillen gruf fon the face J 
Chauc. C. t. a 949; and laide her gruf 
fface do'wmvardsj upon a tre Etn. 656; 
on groufe fallen d. Arth. 3944. 

gruflinge' groveling fgruhlingsj; grovelinge 
^^supinus\ prompt. 215; ^^pronus\ Wicl. 
Dan. 8; grovelinge to his fete pai felle 
a. p. 1, 1119; groflinges pou shall be 
laid Town. myst. 40; grovelings Alex. 5277 . 

grufnen, from 0. Lcel. grufa fhceje sig nedj? 
grufnede f? printed grusnede) and strekede 
and starf wid dan st. gen. 481. 

gruHt'u see grillen. 

gruud, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. grund, O.H.Germ. 
grunt, 0. Lcel. grunnr, ground, fundus, 
Lay 2296; Orm. 13286; p. s. 196; grond 
pr. c. 7213; ground Langl. 10924; grunde 
fdat.J a. r. 268; were . . . brouht to 
grunde Havel. 1979; falle to grounde 
treat. 136; eode to gronde perished. Hob. 
79, 7; hire coverchiefes ful fine were of 
grounde Chauc. C. t. a 453. 
groundebbe, Germ, grundebbe, Lidg. w. 
p. 50. 
grundhat quite hot. Lay 5692. 



groundlias groundless, Shoreh. 154. 

grundlich. Germ, griindlich, profound, ra- 
dical, solid: mid grundlTche stre(n)gde 
Lay 15813; grundliche onslowen 1739; 
ete grundlike Havel. 651 ; groundli Jier. 
4001. 

groundsope ^faex, 8edimen\ prompt. 216. 

grundeswilie, A.Sax. grundspilige, ground- 
sel, senecio, rel. ant. 1, 37 ; grundespu- 
lie fragm. 3, 33. 

grundpal "fundamentum'\ fragm. 3, 57; 
Orm. 13372. 
groundin, A.Sax. gryndan, M.H.Germ. grun- 

den, ground, 'fu?idare\ prompt. 216; 

grundien fall to the ground, Lay 26553; 

grendep f pres. J Shoreh. 137; groundid 

fpart.J Wicl. 1 Esdr. 3. 
grune see grin. 
grunten, O.H.Germ. grunzen, grunt, grim- 

nire, a. r. 326; i grunte ant grone rel. 

ant. 1, 120; pei, gronten Mand. 274; 

grunte fpret.J p. I. s. XV, 99; Mapes 

34L 
grure, A.Sax. gryre, O.L.Germ. gruri, hor- 
ror, terror. Lay 27716; Kath. 1994; 

misc. 91; spue grure he hefde a. r. 112; 

for muchele grure Marh. 7. 

grureful a. r. 210. 
grusen grouse, manducare; grtise fpres. subj.J 

a. r. 428-^\ 
grut, L. Germ, grut, grut, "limus'\ prompt. 

218; pe toundikes . . . wer(ej . . . full 

of grut liich. 4339. 
grutte, A.Sax. grytte, O.lL.Germ. gruzze, 

grit: pet tu ete gruttene bread a. r. 186. 
gruwen, M.H.Germ. gruwen, grow, horrere? 

comp. agriiwen ? see greowen and grien. 
guerdon, O.Fr. guerdon, guerdon, recompense, 

Parten. 551. 
guise, Fr. guise, guise. Lay 19641; gise 

'^ modus", prompt. 195; Chauc. C. t. a 993; 

a. p. 1, 1098; see wise. 
gul, O.Icel. gulr, golr, flavus; guile fpl.J 

Halliw. diet. 424. 



216 



gulchen 



garden 



golsoght, Sived. giilsot, Dan. guulsot, 
jaundice, llalliw, did. 409. 

gulchen^ cmp. Germ, gulken, kulken, gluckeu, 
klucken, (/ukh (gulh), glutch: gulched 
(glucches) in sorbet, a. r. 240; gulched 
(culched) lit vomit, 88. 

gulflcu; A. Sax. gylden, O.II.Germ. guldiner, 
O.lcel. giillinn, from gold, golden, aureus; 
gilden pr. c. 6360; lud. Cov. 76; a gul- 
dene crune Kath. 1682; giildeue crime 
(goldene croune) La\ 4261; j)e gildene 
^ate 3Iand. 81; gildene crimes Orm. 
8180; geldene scheldus Degrev. 280. 

giilileii^ A. Sax. gyldan, O.lcel. gylla, gild; 
gildin "deaurare^\ prompt. 193; gilden 
IVicl. exod. 26; igelt (part. J ayenh. 26; 
comp. overgulden. 

gullen see ^ellen. 

gulpcii; 0. Butch gulpen, golpen, gulp, sor- 
lere; igulped, igolped, iglubbed, iglobbed, 
igloppid (part.) Langl. 6, 191 (346 J. 

gult, A. Sax. gylt, guilt, delictum, Lay 4272; 
0. a. n. 1410;'Mapes 341; Mire 1099; 
& nimed pene gult uppeu hire a. r. 268; 
pisne gult misc. 49; as sone as he hedde 
j)e gult idon c' I. 414; i nabbe perof 
gult non IJeL 827; gilt st. gen. 2262; 
Mand. 134; fms. gil]t) Orm. 13730; 
gelt Shoreh. 166; ayeyib. 30; Will. 4403; 
gilte fdat.J pr. c. 6669; giltes fpl.J Orm. 
1143. 

giltles guiltless, Flor. 2090; giltel*s Orm. 
871. 

gultcii^ A. Sax. (a)gyltau, delinquere, peccare; 
gulte p. I. s. VIII, 108; gilten Wicl. 
ps. 33; he jiolde noht on ane pise gil- 
ten Orm. 3111; gulted fpres.J Mark. 17 , 
16; gulte fsuhj.J o. a. n. 1623; gulte 
fpret.J liom. 1, 83; gult (part.) Mire 419; 
gilt m. Arth. 1377 ; comp. a-, forgulten. 

gulti; A.Sax. gyltig, guilty, a. r. 68; Bel:;. 
2111; Mire 901;^ gilti Chauc. 0. t. a 
660; Man. 112, 16; pr. c. 2949; gelti 
Shoreh. 40. 



gnme^ A. Sax. Goth, guma, (>. L. Germ, gu- 
mo, 0. Icel. gumi, 0. II. Germ, gomo, 
Lat. homo, gom, man. m. h. 127; giime 
(gome) La-^. 3690; gome spec. 36; Alls. 
1024; mil. 670; Jos. 631; s. s. ed. Weh. 
1399; Langl. b 13, 181; a. p. I, 231; 
ant. Arth. VIII, 9; Havelok was a ful 
god gome Havel. 7 ; gomen (pi.) Horn 
169; Alis. 1384; comp. brud-, heregnme. 

gume^ 0. H. Germ, giumo (palatum) ? gum, 
^'•gingival, voc. 207 ; see gome. 

gumme^ Fr. gomme, gum, prompt. 218; 
gummes, gommos (pi.) Langl. 2, 202 
(226). 

gun, Gael, gun, /;•. giinn, Welsh gwn, gown; 
goun "toga\ vcc. '238; Chauc. C. t. a 93: 
a. p. 2y 146; gunes (pi.) rel. ant. 2, 
174; gounes Degrev. 1604. 

guild, gound, A. Sax. gund, Goth. gund(?), 
0. II.Germ. gunt, gund, gound, pus, "chassie'\ 
voc. 146; gound j?row/^!^. 206 S^^ 426; 
re/. a7it. 2, 78. 

guudi, goundi, (T.H.Germ. gundiger, go ;ndy, 
"chassieux', vcc. 144. 

guuiic, Ir. Gael gunna, gun, Chauc. 1. g. w. 
637; avow. Arth. LX1\ 3; gonnes (pi.) 
Alis. 3268. 

guod see god. 

gurd, A.Sax. gyrd, M.HGerm. giirt m., 0. 
led. giord /., girth, cingula; gird Alls. 
2272; gerp Rich. 6733; gerthe prompt. 
190. 

gurdel, A.Sax. gyrdel, O.lcel. gyrdill, 0. 
II.Germ. giirtil, girdle, cngulum. a. r. 
420; spec. 36; girdel Orm. 3210; girdel, 
gerdel Langl. h 16, 120; Chauc. C. t. 
a 368; gerdel Mat. 3, 4: ayenb. 236; 
gurdle (dat.) La-i,. 1326; gerdles (pi.) 
ayenb. 236; comp. brechgerdel. 

gurdeu, A.Sax. gyrdan, O.lcel. gyrda, 0. 
II.Germ. gurten (cingere), O.Dutch gorden 
(cingere, caedere hris), gird; girdin "<•/»- 
gere\ prompt. 196; girde Wicl. exod. 12; 
gerde ayenh. 236; gerdej) (pres.) Will. 



gure 



3^- 



m 



1240; gurdus, girdus caedit, ant. Arth. 

XLV, 10 Sf XLVII, 8; gordez (girdez) 

to Gringolet Gaw. 2062 ^ 2160; gurdep, 

girdep fimper.J Langl. 2, 176 (201); 

g"urde fpret.j cinxit, Hob. 435, 7; Gecidit, 

a. r. 106; he gurde Suard on pat hsefd 

La"). 1396; gurd (part,) cinctus, Gaw. 

688; girt st. gen. 3149; girt, gert Cham. 

C. t. a 329; gurd caesus, Alts. 2299; 

comp. bi-, igurden. 
gure^ A.Sax. gyru (palus)f 

gureblod gory blood? on gureblode (Sprint- 
ed gure blode) Jul. 28; (Sprinted grure 
blode) a. r. 294. 
gureii see jearwien. 
gut, A.Sax. gutt(?) pi. guttas, gut, a. p. 3, 

280; gut, gutte Langl. b 1, 36; gutte 

^'viscus', prompt. 220; guttes (pi.) Marg. 

112; Tor. 192; gottes Rob. 289, 8. 
gute, A. Sax. gyte, 0. H. Germ, guz, from 

jeoten, fusio; comp. blodgute. 

gutefestre running ulcer? (pi.) a. r. 328. 
guttoii gut, ^^exenterare\ prompt. 220. 
guit, A.Sax. gtid, O.Icel. gudr, gunnr, bellum. 

gudstrenccle (? ms. gud strencde) Lay 
1595. 
3a see 36. 
)a see jea. 
3«p see jeap. 
5»te? comp. bijajte. 
5alu see jeolu. 
garner see 3eomer. 
5ard see jeard. 
5are see 3earu. 
5are see 3eare. 
5areii see 3earwien. 
^arkieu see 3earkien. 
3 arm, 0. Tcel. iarmr ? Welsh garm, Gael. 

gairm? from 3eorren? yarm, cry, a. p. 

2, 971. 
^arnien, A.Sax. gearmian(?), O.Icel. iarma? 

O.Dutch karmen? (see chirmen), Welsh 

gannio, Gael, gairm ? yarm, ejulare, lamen- 

tari: pe fend bigan tO crie and 3arme 



Halliw. diet. 951 ; 3ermis (pres.) d. Arth. 

3911. 
jam, A.Sax. gearn, O.Icel. O.H.Germ. gam, 

yarn, prompt. 536; yarn voc. 157; 3ern 

nu^. poet. 18. 

3arnwindel yarn-windle, '■^girgillm\ prdmpt. 
536. 
^arren, M.H.Germ. karren? yar, fremere; 

3arrande (part.) Gaw. 1595. 
^aru see 3earu. 
5arwe, 3arowe, A.Sax. gearpe, O.H.Germ. 

garwa, garawa, yarrow, ^^millefolium" , 

prompt. 536; 3arow voc. 226; yarow rel. 

ant. 1, 53. 
^arwien see 3earwien. 
)at, 3ate see 3eat. 
^aten, A.Sax. geatien, O.Fris. geta, O.Icel. 

jata, jatta? grant, concede, Orm. 9819; 

3etten Lay 10052; 3ete a. p. 1, 557 ; 

gete Ilich. thes. 1, 230; 3etted (pres.) 

a. r. 170; god 3ate prompt. 201 ; 3atte 

(pret.) Orm. 2372; gatte st. gen. 1574; 

pe king liim 3ette al pat he 3irnde La-^. 

4426; 3etede Jul. 7; 3ettede Kath. 1590; 

3ated (part.) Orm. 154; i3etted Marh. 

16. 
^ettunge accord, a. r. 204. 
jaulen see 3oulen. 
5e, A.Sax. ge, O.L.Germ. gi, Goth, jus, 0. 

Icel. jer, er, O.H.Germ. ir, Gr. ?)jjl[isc 

(for uajjLSc), see Bopps vergl. gram. 473, 

ye, vos. Lay 741; a. r. 4; Orm. 366; 

Beh. 26; Will. 269; Langl. 1, 16; prompt. 

537; 3e, ye 0. a. n. 1730; Chauc. C. t. 

a 726; ye Havel. 161; Eglam. 4; ge, 

gie hom. 2, 5 Sf 21; ge st. gen. 330; 

yhe pr. c. 68; see eow and eower. 
5e, A.Sax. ge, O.L.Germ. ge, gie, ja, O.H. 

Germ. Joh? Goth, jah ? see Gr. gram. 3, 

271 Sf 720, et: peos sunne forded eider 

3e saule 3e llchoma hom. 1, 103; 3a 

Iffiped folc 3a leered Orm. 846. 
5e-, 3i-, i-, e-, a-, A.Sax. ge-, O.L.Germ. 

ge-, gi-, O.Fris. ge-, gi-, je-, e-, i-, 0. 



218 



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36- 



H.Germ. ga-, ge-, gi-, (9oa. ga-, y-, e-, 
a-; see Gr. gram. 2, 733 and 3, 50. 
isedelien, A.Sax. geaedelian, ennoble, Zw^. 

2249S. 
iahnien, A.Sax. geagnian, own, La^. 3743. 
^ean fpret. pres.J favour, grant; iunne 

fsubjunct.J horn. 1, 125. 
ibsed fpret. J hade, rogavi, oravi: as ure 

loverd hine ibed misc. 42; ibeden (part. J 

Kath. 2464; ibede misc. 42; p. I s. 

XVII, 142; ayenh. 117; to colde gist- 

ninge he was ibede rel. ant. 2, 277 . 
iban han, ^^edicturn\ fragm. 2, 26. 
ibannen summon; ibonned (ibanned) /^^«r^.y 

Z«). 20206; havestu . . . ibanned ferde 

0. a. n. 1668. 
ibeat, M. H. Germ, gebo^, heat, puhatio, 

La^. 1740. 
ibeaten heat, ferire; ibeaten f part. J a. r. 

186; ibeten spec. 70; Alis. 3848; i- 

beate, ibiate aijenh. 236 ^ 239; ibete 

Chauc. C. t. a 4313. 
ibed, A.Sax. gebed, O.LGerm. gibed, 0. 

H.Germ. ge-, gibet, prayer; ibede fdat.J 

horn. 1, 7; ihQ(iiQfpl.?J p. I s. VIII, 150. 
ibedde, A.Sax. gebedda, M.S. Germ, ge- 

bette, hed-fellow, o. a. n. 1570. 
ibe3en incline, inflect; ibei3ed (part.) 

fragm,. 1, 9; ibiiid treat. 139. 
ibel3en helly, ttimere; ibolye f part. J o. a. 

n. 145. 
ibeoden command; iboden f part. J La\ 

22122. 
ibeot promise, menace, La'^. 21029. 
ibere demeanour, clamour, noise, o. a. n. 

222; of faire ibere misc. 100; reiiliche 

iberen La^. 15067 . 
iberen hear, ferre, par ere, La"^. 27850; 

iber (pret.) a. r. 194; misc. 37 ; iboren 

(part. J r. s. V, 25; c. I. 21; Chauc. 

a t. 8502; ibore Bek. 32 Sf 1172; 

Lidg. m. p. 116; abore Ilalliw. diet. 9. 
iberen, A. Sax. geb^eran, se gerere? pe 

mon pe swa ibered Lay 21010. 



iberjen preserve, save; ibor^en {part. J 

horn. 1, 71; Lay 4265; ibor3e ayenh. 

5; ibor^e, ibore we o. a. n. 883; iboru- 

peii a. r. 8. 
ibeten amend, repair, horn. 1, 19; ibet 

(part.) Kath. 1219; a. r. 272; Will. 

4613. 
ibidden hid, pray; ibidde (pres.) Lay 

20655; ibidded (imper.) a. r. 144; i- 

biddep eu misc. 42. 
ibide, M. H.Germ. gebite, mansio? pu nah- 

tes(t) i nane stude habben freo monnes 

ibude Lay 15577. 
ibiden hide, stay, wait, expect. Lay 4721; 

ibide Flor. a. Bl. 175; he ibad pes 

wederes Lay 9734; pe bedeles . . . i- 

bide pe Idnges heste Beh. 988; ibiden 

(part.) Lay 3419. 
ibinden hind. Lay 2487 ; 3ebunden (part.) 

hom. 1, 3; ibunden a. r. 254; pou art 

ibounden ... to helpen me Chauc. C. 

t. a 1149; ibounde ayenh. 145. 
ibienden hlind, caecare; iblend (part.) 

Ilarh. 13, 12; iblent Shoreh. Ill; Alis. 

3956; s. s. ed. Weh. 2523. 
iblessien hless; iblessi (pres. siihj.) an. 

lit. 6; iblessed (part.) c. I. 1441; Shoreh. 

125; pi. cr. 520; Chauc. C. t. 5905; 

iblesced a. r. 376; rel. ant. 1, 159; 

iblesset Marh. 5, 29. 
iblissien rejoice: pat folc wes al iblissed 
M\ 27841. 
iblowen hlow, florere; iblopen (part.) Marh. 

10, 31; iblOpe o. a. n. 618. 
ibod command, rel. ant. 1, 184; ibode 

(pi.) hom. 1, 11. 
ibodien hode; iboded (part.) Lay 23027, 
ibreiden hraid; ibraeid (pret.) Lay 5193; 

ibroiden (part.) 29252; ibroide p. I. s. 

XVII, 156. 
ibreken hreak; ihYoken (part.) Iiath. 1218; 

Langl. prol. 68 (71); Trist. 3, 55; i- 

broke Shoreh. 161. 
ibrengen hring; ibroht (part.) La^. 1852; 



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219 



Mark. 2; spec. 39; ibrOuht a. r. 144; 

c. I 580; ibro^t Roh. 473, 15. 
ibringen bring , Za"^. 16993; ibringe o. 

a. n. 1539. 
ibrodere, ibroderen, A.Sax. gebrodor, ge- 

brodru, M.H.Germ. gebruoder, hr others, 

La^. 3880 Sf 10446; ibrodran hom. 1, 

125. 
(i)briinied, iburned clothed with a coat of 

mail, La^. 26277. 
ibiien par are; ibon (for ibfin?) (part.) 

La\ 12805; iboen an. lit. 13. 
ibuggen hmj; ibie Tor. 1223; iboht (part.) 

spec. 62; ibouht a. r. 398; ibojt Flm-. 

a. Bl. 118; ayenh. 145; iboujt pi. cr. 

569. 
ibu5en how, se inolinare, verti, hom. 1, 
X 91; ibo5eu (part.) La-^. 11751. 
ibtihsum ohedient, hom. 1, 113. 
ebur, A.Sax. gebur, O.H.Germ. gipur, co- 

lonus; comp. nehebur. 
iburen pertain; iburej) (pres.J rel. ant. i, 

172; iburd a. r. 420^; geberede "o^or- 

tui£\ Mat. 18, 33. 
iburjen hary; iburied (part. J Hick. thes. 

1, 166; Lay 6014; Kath. 335; Roh. 

50, 21; ibured BeL 321; ibered Shoreh. 

89. 
iburjen = iberjen? save. Lay 9988. 
ibursten enrage? iburst (part.) hom. 1, 

255; heo weoren . . . ladliche iburste 

Lay 1889. 
icamp comhat; icompe (dat.J hom. 1, 107 . 
iclsemen cleam, linere; idem (pres. imper.J 

hom. 1, 225. 
' geclgensien, A.Sax. geclffiiisian, geclansian, 

cleanse. Mat. 8, 2; iclense pi. cr. 760; 

iclansed (part. J Lay 10835; Roh. 43, 

16; iclenzed ayenh. 74. 
jeclepien clep, clamare, vocare, hom. 1, 

231; icleped (part.) c. 1. 1357; Shoreh. 

45; Trist. 2, 51; Chauc. C. t. a 867; 
Wicl. deeds 1; iclepet Kath. 2480; i- 

diped Brand. 7; iduped Fl. a. Bl. 140. 



icnawen (icnowe) know, cognoscere, Lay 

24805; to icnOpen him sulven a. r. 

182; iknowen c. I. 36; pi. cr. 647; i- 

knawe ayenh. 82; iknowe Horn 1213; 

Alis. ed. Sh. 607; Chauc. C. t. 6952; 

fleschllche iknowe Shoreh. 63; icnOwe 

(pres.) rel. ant. 1, 144; icneow (pret.) 

Lay 6625; 3ecnep hwn. 2, 143; ikneu 

Flor. a. Bl. 509; Beh. 87; icnapen 

(part.) Marh. 22, 19; beute 3if pu 

wulle icnawen beo pat Ardur is king 

over pe Lay 26433; icnOpen a. r. 64; 

beo iknawe Alis. 724; wel ich am perof 

iknowe Beh. 7 83. 
icneden hnead; iknede (part.) rel. ant. 2, 

277. 
icnutten knit. Lay 29272; icnut (part.) 

Jiath. 1525. 
icunde, A.Sax. gecynd, kind, natura, pro- 

prietas: pet faire icunde hom. 1, 147; 

Julius Cesar pe . . . halt . . . eower i- 

cunde La^. 7909; al swa taclied (r. 

tseched) his icunde 22004; icunde, i- 

kuude 0. a. n. 1383. 
icunde, A.Sax. gecyude, kind, naturalis: 

ure icunde lond Lay 22155. 

icundellche natm\iiiter, hom. 1, 99; o. 
a. 71. 1424. 
icunnen try; icunned (part.) Lay 26237. 
icuden, A.Sax. gec^dan, make known; i- 

cud (part.) Lay 8196; Kath. 540; a. 

r. 64; Bek. 2347; spec. 25; iked 

Shoreh. 24. 
icupuesse, A.Sax. gec^'dness, "testimo?ii' 

um\ fragm. 3, 12. 
icpeme convenient, pleasing, a. r. 120; i- 

qveme Lay 117. 
3ecpemeu please, hom. 1, 221; iqvemen 

(icweme) Lay 13288; icpeme, iqveme 

0. a. n. 1784; iqveme rel. ant. 1, 174; 

ayenh. 228; iqwemed (part.) c. I. 1394. 
icweden say, speak; iqvepe o. a. n. 502; 

iqved (pret.) Lay 2267; iqveden (i- 

cwepe) (part.) .9/4/^, 



220 



3«- 



3e- 



icheosen choose; icheose reh ant. 1, 182 
ichses fpret.J La"). 6356; icure llodo 
icoren fpart.J Mark. 16, 10; c. /. 203 
icorn Trut. 2, 106; icore Brand. 33 
spec. 25; p. s. 247; chron. Vilod. 23 
icoren, ichosen La-^. 1539 Sf 12312 
Kath. 836 Sf 1624; a. r. 56 Sf 160 
ichosen proclam. 2; ichose Beh. 227 
m/enh. 42; g. 349. 

icheu chew, manducatio, horn. 2, 35. 

icherran turn, hom. 1, 117; gecherred 
fpres.J Mat. 10, 13. 

idselen deal, partiri, dividere, fragm. 5, 
32; idseled (idiQ?lQd) fpart.J Lay 12196; 
ideled a. r. 204; ideld Beh 332. 

idal, A.Sax. gedal, separation, distribution, 
hom. 1, 135; idol fragm. 5, 31. 

idemen deem, judicare; idemden fpret.J 
Lay 4054; idemed f part. J a. r. 170; 
c. I. 114; idemid Shoreh. 2. 

iderven grieve, injure; idorven (part. J 
Marh. 16, 1; a. r. 106; idorve o. a. 
n. 1158. 

idihten ordain, dispose: to dsede idihte 
Lay 19671; idiht (part.) Kath. 1607; 
0. a. n. 1547; |ju us havest ful pel 
idiht r. s. II, 13; idight m. Arth. 610. 

^edon do, facere, hom. 1, 229; idon f part. J 
a. r. 316; Mand. 10; pa burh wes 
swide wel idon Lay 2029; idon, idoon 
Chauc. C. t. a 1025; idoon Hoccl. VI, 
58; edon Aud. 16; ido Roh. 470, 2; 
ayenh. 30; idoo Lidg. m. p. 223; Tri- 
am. 411. 

idrajen draw; idrahen f part. J Kath. 1200; 
idra3e, idrawe o. a. n. 586; idrawe 
Beh 1625; Chauc. C. t. 13368. 

idrecchen torment, trouble; idreijt f part. J 
p. I. s. XIX, 45; idraht Lay 4521; 
pat mi saule ne beo idri3t ass. 190; 
[idrecched Lay 5054; idrecchet h. m. 
29]. 

idrefen trouble, disturb; idrefed f part. J 
Lay 171. 



idre3an, A. Six. gedreogan, suffer, endure^ 

hom. 1, 29; idri3en Lay 7608; idrohen 

fpart.J Marh. 21, 30. 
idrinken drink; idrunken fpart.J Lay 

6692; idronke ayenb. 51. 
idiriYQw drive; idriy en fpart.J Kath. 1816^; 

idriven (idreve) Lay 6213; idrive Beh 

678; c. I. 199. 
idu^e, iduwe agreeable? o. a. n. 1582. 
idu3en, M. H. Germ, getugen ? honoure 

oure godes . . . while 3011 is wel ido3t 

p. I. s. XV, 182. 
3edpeld, A.Sax. gedpyld, gedpild, error, 

hom. 1, 227; gedpilpan fdat. pl.J 119. 
idwellen tardare? hevene is al idveld 

Shoreh. 147. 
idpimor "phantasma\ fragm. 3, 17 . 
3edwole error; gedpolen face. J Mat. 24, 24, 
3eearnien earn; iernien hom. 1, 19; 3e- 

arnie 223; iaerned fpart.J Lay 24154. 
iearnunge earning, meritum, hom. 1, 99. 
3eedl8echen repeat; 3eedlehte fpret.J hom. 

1, 229. 
ienden end, finire; iended fpart.J Beh 

1768; Shoreh. 150. 
3iendunge ending, hom. 1, 217; iendung 

fragm. 1, 19. 

ieode fpret.J conquered. Lay 4253. ^ 
3eeten, O.H.Germ. geezan, gezan, eat, 

comedere; 3eetst fpres.J hom. 1, 221; i- 

eten fpart.J Lay 31773; iete Bob. 418, 

13; Brand. 14; c. I. 338; Ber. 2782; 

i3eten ffor ieten, as Germ, gegeszen for 

geeszen) Lay 6691; i3ete Shoreh. 23; 

iyete ayenh. 13; Octov. 757; i3ette p. 

I. s. Ill, 33. 
ifa foe, Lay 15855; ivo 0. a. n. 1716; 

ayenb. 171; ifan fpl.J Marh. 5, 26; i- 

fon rel. ant. 1, 175; ifoan proclam. 6. 
ifse3en fain; ifa3e Shoreh. 67 ; ifaie rel. 

ant. 2, 276. 
ifa33rien adorn? ifeired f? ms. ileired) mid 

golde Lay 23954. 
ifffiren afray; ifered fpart.J Lay 27 140. 



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221 



ifaesten fast, jirmare; ivaste fpret.J Lay 
22551; ifast (part J p, I. s. Ill, 95. 

^efsestnien fasten; jefestnede fpret.J horn. 
1, 221; ivaestned (ifastned) (part.) La},. 
31132; ifestned Kath. 1523; ivestned 
a. r. 218; ifastened A/is. 179. 

ifallen /«//; ifallen (part.) o. a. n. 514; 
ivallen a. r. 58; ifalle Irist. 2, 75; 
afalle llalliw. did. 24. 

ifandien try, tempt; ifonded (part. J Lay 
16314; ivonded a. r. 58; misc. 38. 

ifangen caper e; ifeng fpret.J horn. 1, 77; 
Lay 820; ivongen fpart.J Lay 26848; 
ifonge Alia. 4573. 

ifaren fare, vehi, ire; ifare o. a. n. 400; 
ivOr fpret.J Lay 6090; ivaren fpart.J 
a. r. 366; ifare Horn ed. Lum. 468; 
she was fro pis world ifare Chauc. Troil. 
5838. 

ifealden fold; ifolde fpart.J Langl. h 17, 
166. 

if^^QH feed ; ifed fpart.J spec, 110; Will. 
768; Chauc. r. r. 471; p. 26, 5; i- 
ved Lay 13573. 

ife3e, A.Sax. (uii)gefege, M.H.Germ. ge- 
viiege, aptus; comp. uiiife3e. 

ife3e, A. Sax. gefeg(e), Germ, gefiige, 
joining; comp. staefifeje. 

ife5en, A.Sax. gefegan, join: iveied (ife- 
jet) to gederes a. r. 26. 

ifeht fight, pugna; ifiht Lay 4347 . 

ifehten fght, pugnare; ivohten (ifohte) 
fpart.J Lay 25693; ivojte ayenh. 176. 

ivelen feel, a. r. 232; ifele p. I. s. XXIII, 
18; ivelj) fpres.J ayenh. 31; ifelde 
fpret.J horn. 1, 123; Horn ed. Lum. 54. 

ifellen fell; ifelde fpret.J Horn 58; if el- 
led fpart.J Lay 988; iveld ayenh. 50. 

ifeojen hate, he at enmity: mine sunnen 
habbed . . . iveied (iveed) me tOpard 
pe horn. 1, 187 Sf 202; wid pine sune 
pu beost ivseid Lay 9837 ; heo wusten 
heom ifgeied 21214; ivet? c. I. 310. 

ifeond fiend, enemy, Lay 16077 . 



ifere companion, r. s. V, 182; Horn 227; 

rel. ant. 2, 275; ivere Lay 26020;. 

iveren fpl.J a. r. 392. 

3eferreden company; geferredene fdat.J' 
Mat. 18, 17. 
ifeterien fetter; ifetered fpart.J Chauc. C. 

t. a 1229; iveotered a. r. 32. 
ifetten fet, afferre; ifet fpart.J horn. 1^ 

147; Jos. 428; Chauc. C. t. 10488; 

Man. 1624; ifat Kath. 1296. 
ifinden find, Lay_ 6219; Kath. 516; i- 

vinden a. r. 156; ifinde s. s. ed. Weh. 

2371; ifinded fpres.J Marh. 20; ifond 

fpret.J Kath. 161; ivond a. r. 66; i~ 

vunden Lay 12303; ifunden fpart.J a. 

r. 48; ivonde, ivounde ayenh. 92 Sf 186; 

ifounden, ifounde Langl. h 15, 225; i- 

founden pi. cr. 631. 
ifiderien feather : earepe pet is ividered 

a. r. 60. 
iflemen fugare; iflemed fpart.J Lay 1363; 

c. I 113. 
ifleon, 0. H Germ, gefliehen, flee, fugere ; 

iflo3en fpart.J Lay 4764; ivlopen a. 

r. 168; iflowen c. I. 470; Alis. 1907. 
ifo3, A.Sax. (un)gefog, M.H.Germ. ge- 

vuoc, aptus; comp. unifo3. 
ifon capere. Lay 4555; ifo Flor. a. Bl. 

694; (he) ifehd fpres.J horn. 1, 131; 

(hi) ifod, ivop 0. a. n. 1645. 
ifordien perform, execute, hom. 1, 37; i- 

vorden Lay 31561; ivorded fpart.J a. 

r. 408; pat wore wes iforded Lay 

8709; his heast pas iforded Kath. 2278. 
ifreden perceive, experience; ivrede misc. 

78; f printed inrede) Shoreh. 7; he herm 

ifredde Lay 27138. 
ifreinen inquire, interrogate; ivreined 

fpart.J a. r. 338; ifreined Chauc. C. t. 

12361. 
ifreoi3en free, liherare, Lay 29474; ivrid 

fpart.J ayenh. 86. 
ifreonde, A.Sax. gefr^nd, M.H.Germ. ge- 

vriunde, friends, Lay 11591. 



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ifrofrien console, comfort; ifrefrad fpres.J 

hom. 1, 97; ifrovred (if revered) (part. J 

La^. 19545. 
3efildnesse, A.Sax. gefylledness, plenitude, 

horn. 1, 219. 
ivullen ///, Lay 32184; ifulled f part. J 

a. r. 156; c. I 1280. 
ifurn, A.Sax. gefyrn, formerly, misc. 193; 

0. a. n. 1306; rel. ant. 1, 182; ivurn 
(ivorn) La-^. 24017; gefern "o/m", Mat. 
11, 21. 

ifusen, A.Sax. gef^^san, prepare, hasten. 

Lay 22123; ford he iviisde 10492. 
igada, A.Sax. gegada, O.L.Germ. gigado, 

M.H.Germ. gegate, ^^ complex', fragm. 5, 

3. 
igsederien gather; igedered (part.) a. r. 

76; c. I. 1418; igadered pi. cr. 189; 

p. 52, 5. 
igsederung gathering, ^^congregatio, concio\ 

fragm. 2, 27; igederunge (dot.) hom. 

1, 89. 

igan go; igon a. r. 208; igon f part. J 

Chauc. a t. b 1402. 
igast territus, a. r. 372^\ 

igastliche gastly. Lay 17869. 
igladien gladden; igladed (part. J Lay 

31718; Will. 850. 
^eglengen ornare; ^eglenge (pres. suhj.J 

hom. 1, 229. 
igliden glide; igiiden f part. J Lay 9159^'\ 
igramien grieve, vex; igramed, igremed 
, (part. J 0. a. n. 1603; tire godes pat tii 

igremed havest Kath. 1467 . 
igrede cry, o. a. n. 1643. 
igreden cry; igrad f part. J o. a. n. 1149. 
igreten greet, salutare, Kath. 2303"^'; i- 

grette fpret.J Lay 4418; igretten r. s. 

V, 99; igret f part. J Shoreh. 119, 
igretinge greeting, proclam. 1. 
igrinden grind; i^rounde (part.) Langl. 

b 18, 78; Chauc. C. t. a 4008. 
igripen gripe. Lay 21513; igrap (pret.) 

Marh. 12; igrap (igrop) Lay 4591; i- 



gripen 4559; igripen, igripe (part.) 

Langl. 3, 175 (181). 
igridien make peace; igrided (part.) Lay 

18263. 
igrowen grow; igrowen (part.) Chauc. C. 

t. a 3973. 
igrure terror? Lay 812. 
igurden gird; igurd (part.) a. r. 418; 

igert ayenb. 236. 
ijearwien male ready, parare; ijearwed, 

ijarwed (part.) Lay 220 Sf 2076; i- 

3arped hom. 1, 139. 
i3el yell. Lay 17799. 
i3eldeii yield; i3olden, i3olde c. I. 343 

Sf 1480; i3olde Fl. a. Bl. 809; iyolde 

ayenb. 120. 
i3emen give attention, talce care, a. r. 44^; 

i3emed (part.) c. I. 448. 
3egeng(e), igeiig(e) comitatus? hom. 1, 237 

if 243. 
i3erneii yearn, desiderare, cupere; i3erned 

(part.) a. r. 192; i3irned. spec. 28. 
i3ifen, 0. II. Germ, gegeben, give; i3iveii 

(part.) a. r. 82; c. 1. 60; i3efen hom. 

1, 19; i3eveii Lay 3167 ; c. I. 608; 

Chauc. Boet. 4069; i3ive o. a. n. 551; 

iyeve ayenh. 20. ^ 

ihabbeii have; ihaved (part.) Kath. 467; 

iliaved (ihafd) X^^. 4501; ilieved a. r. 

108. 
ihadien ordain; ihaded (iiioded) Lay 15643; 

ihoded o. a. n. 1177; ayenb. 49. 
3eli£elen heal; 3eiielde (pret.) hom. 1, 

229; iiieled (2Mrt.) Lay 29991; a. r. 

274. 
3eiiese command, hom. 1, 221, 
ilial, 0. Dutch gehel, M. H. Germ, gelieil, 

tvhole: ihal (iliol) k isimd Lay 821; 

ihol a. r. 256; Shoreh. 27 ; iiiole (pi.) 

Langl. a 7 , 55. 

iholllche wholly, ayenb. 109. 
ihal3ieu hallow, sanctificare ; \\\Si\Q'7^Q^(part.) 

Lay 29443; ihalewed p. I. s. XX, 75; 

ihal3ede stedes ayenb. 40. 



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jehaten call, command; ^ehaten (part.) 

Orm. 112; ihaten Mark. 2; Kath 2202; 

ihoten Jos. 291; ihaten (ihote) La'^. 

24769; ihCte Bek. 701; Langl 7, 61 

(63). 
ihold, A. Sax. geheald, hold, cadellmn, o. 

a. n. 62 J. 
ihealden, A. Sax. gehealdan, hold, tenere, 

p. L s. VIII, 28^; ihalden La^. 17212; 

iholden (part.) a. r. 250; iholde Itoh. 

470, 17; Chauc. C. t. a 2968; Iloccl. 

I, 184; ihealde Shoreh. 34; pet me is 
ihialde to done ayenh. 8. 

iheawen hew; iheapen (part.)fragm. 3,47 . 
iheden heed: heo weren wel ihedde La'^. 

2725''. 
iheien, O.H.Germ. gihohan, exalt,, elevate; 

iheied (part.) a. r. 154; iheiet Marh. 

II, 29. 

iheien conceal; ihel (pret.) Kath. 2055; 

iholen (part.) a. r. 146; ihole ayenl. 26. 
ihelmed, O.H.Germ. gehelmot, helmed, ga- 

leatus, La"). 26277. 
ihelpen help; iholpen (part.) a. r. 242; 

iholpe Roh. 405, 7; ayenh. 184. 
ihende, A.Sax. gehende, at hand, near, o. 

a. n. 1131; misc. 28; ayenh. 212. 
ihenen humhle ; ihened (part.) honi. 1, 115. 
ihente(n) hent, capere, h. m. 21; ihent 

(part.) spec. 28. 
iheorted hearted; spete iheorted a. r. 282. 
iheowien colour; iheouped (part.) a. r. 356. 
ihere, M. II. Germ, gehoere, ohedient? pej 

he ne be naujt ihere ac wikke Shoreh. 27 . 

ihersum, A. Sax. geh^rsum, 0. II. Germ. 
gahorsamer, obedient, horn. 1, 109. 
ihersumnesse ohedience, hom. 1, 109. 
iheren hear, audire, ohedire, Marh. 6; a. 

r. 78; c. I. 67; iheren (ihiren) La-^. 

3039; ihere o. a. n. 224; spec. 46; s. 

s. ed. iVeb. 1871; Degrev. 27; ihure 

treat. 135; ahere Octov. 23; ihered 

(pres.) a. r. 90; ihere (imper.) Langl. 

h 17, 137; iherde (pret.) Marh. 2; i- 



hilrde Beh. 41; iherden llicJc. thes. 1, 

167 ; iherd (part.) a. r. 92; ayenh. 97. 
iherien pruue : ihered (part.) Kath. 2413; 

Bek. 1213; ayenh. 23; p. 2, 10; iherid 

Octcv. 865. 
ihevijien make heavy; iheveged (part.) a. 

r. 332; ihevied Chauc. Boet. 4974. 
ihleoten sortiri: pervore him seal ileoten 

(fall to his lot) bitterest aire baluwen 

La^. 31306; nas hit noht swa iloten 

(destined) 7819; pii ... pat art iloten 

(ilote) to him h. m. 11. 
gehlud, A. Sax. gehl;^d, Humultus\ Mat. 

27, 24. 
ihosed hosed, misc. 91. 
3ehrefen roof; 3eref (pres. imper.) hom. 

1, 225. 
ihrinen touch; irined (pres.) hom. 1, 77; 

alle heore vingeres irinen (adorned?) 

mid goldringes La-^,. 24600. 
ihuden hide; ihud (part.) Kath. 1187 ; 

a. r. 146; Boh. 87, 6; c. I. 32; Alis. 

2403; ihed ayenh. 109; Md pi. cr. 643. 
ihurnd, 0. II. Germ, gehurnter, hon-ned, 

Marh. 9, 5. 
ihwser, A. Sax. gehpaer, (ever)ywhere (uhi- 

que): swa beod wifmen wel ihwaer (i- 

war) La-^. 2968; ihper Kath. 681; ant 

te porldes peldent is ihper ml parant 

Marh. 12; ihpar a. r. 200; ihper, n- 

per hom. 1, 165 ^ 189; comp. sehwer. 
ihwaet quick, keen? cnihtes per weoren 

swlde iwhaete Lay 9452. 
ihwenen vex, grieve? god so pou schelt 

iwene (? printed i-wenne) Shoreh. 33. 
ihwilc, A. Sax. gehpilc, gehpylc, O.H.Germ. 

gahwelicher, (ever)y, ilk, quisque; ipilc, 

upilc hom. 1, 13 ^ 125; iphilc, ilc 

Orm. 503 Sf 513; iwil Lay 18956; 

ilch rel. ant. 1, 131; ilc st. gen. 119; 

ilk 8. s. ed. Wr. 638; Man. 7, 16; pr. 

c. 53; ilc on other wirwed lay Havel. 

1921; ilk 6n 1842; il del 818; ich 

Will. 332; Trist. I, 5; pi. cr. 432; 



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r. m. p. 59; m. Arth. 2036; uch 

G. I. 1228; spec. 33; ilkes fgen. n.J Orm. 

0199; ipilche fdat. m. n.J horn. 1, 133; 

ilche Z<?). 7006; iche rel. ant. 1, 235; 

Degrev. 89; ilchere fdat. f.J a. r. 132; 

ilchene face. m.J La'>,. 7091; comp. 

^hwilc. 
ihwtlen, Goth, gahveilan (uaosaifaO, ie 

at leisure: ne mei lieo nout ihpulen vor 

to hercnen mine lore a. r. 422. 
ikeleii cool; ikelet f part. J Kath. 2291. 
ikenneu, A. Sax. gecennan, hen, docere, 

noscere, La^. 28559; ikende fpret.J 25430; 

ikenned fpart.J 4844. 
^ekennen, O.H.Germ. kichennen, gignere; 

gekenned fpart.J Mat. 1, 20; ikenned 

La^. 26128; treat. 138; ikend agenh. 

12. 
ikepen Tceep, ^^praestolari\ a. r. 156; 

Kath. 399'^'; ikepte fpret.J h. m. 19. 
ilacclien tahe, catch; ilahte fpret.J La'>,. 

29260; Jul. 39; ilaht fpart.J p. s. 214. 
^el^eden lead, ducere; jelsed (ilsed) fpart.J 

p. I. 8. VIII, 3; ilad La^. 24989; 

Kath. 2233; Bel. 374; spec. 106; 

Mand. 13; Chauc. C. t. a 530; iled a. 

r. 54. 
ilsenen lend; ilened, ileaned fpart.J Kath. 

1908 Sf 2177; ileaned a. r. 208; ilend 

ayenb. 19; ilent Chauc. C. t. 13334. 
User, A. Sax. gel£er(?), void, La'>,. 15961; 

iler Roh. 541, 15. 
ilferen docere; il^red fpart.J La}. 6898; 

ilered a. r. 64; Beh. 158; Shoreh. 136; 

ilearet Kath. 1314. 
ilsesten last, exsequi, durare, La\ 17001; 

ilaste p. I. s. VIII, 122; Roh. 246, 5; 

ileste 0. a. n. 341; ayenb. 68; ilested 

fpres.J a. r. 320; il^step treat. 132; 

ilaste fpret.J Brand. 8; ilasted, ilast, 

alast fpart.J Langl. 3, 185 fl91j. 
ilsete, A.Sax. gelsete, 0. Butch gelat, M. 

H.Germ. gela:^, manner, look; ilete o. a. 

n. 403 Sc 1446. 



ilseten let, sinere; ileten fpa/rt.J a. r. 112; 

ilete La^. 18980; ayenb. 193; Chauc, 

Troil. 3730. 
ilseven leave, relinquere; ilefde fpret.J o. 

a. n. 123; ileved fpart.J Beh. 2228. 
ilang, A. Sax. gelang, along, long, perti- 

nens; ilong Beh. 1642; c. I. 229; spec. 

61 ; whseron hit weore ilong La-i,. 15502; 

on hire is al mi lif ilong r. s. II, 1 ; 

al is on ml self along Gow. 2, 22. 
ilad, A.Sax. gelad, loath, o. a. n. 1607. 
jeladiefn) invite, horn. 1, 231; iladed 

fpart.) Kath. 1918. 
ileave, A. Sax. geleaf, leave, permission 

Shoreh. 46; ayenb. 50. 
ileafe, A.Sax. geleafa, O.H.Germ. giloubo, 
faith, hem. 1, 5; ileave ayenb. 50; i- 

laife Lay 2974; gielefe horn. 2, 143; 

^eleafen face. J 1, 229. 

ileafful faithful: ileaffulle men hom. i, 
101. 

ileafleas incredulous. 

ilefleaste incredulity, hom. 1, 95. 
jelefen, A. Sax. gelefan, gel^fan, 0. L. 

Germ, gilovian, 0. II. Germ, gelouben, 

Goth, galaubjan, credere, hom. 1, 229; 

ileven Xa). 5762; a. r. 224; ileeven 

c. I. 1424; ileve Kath. 342; Horn 

559; ayenb. 11; s. s. ed. Web. 1198; 

ileved fpres.J a. r. 68; iluvet p. I. s. 

VIII, 66; ilef fimper.J Shoreh. 31; i- 

leved a. r. 56; ileove fsubj.J treat. 134; 

ilefde fpret.J Marh. 18, 22; o. a. n. 

123; ayenb. 191; ilefden a. r. 110; 

ileved fpart.J Beh. 2328; spec. 47 . 
ileggen lay, La'^. 26890; ileid fpart.J a. 

r. 66; Shoreh. 126; pi. cr. 263; Chaue. 

G. t. a 3568. 
ilengen prolong, attain: leted me ilenge 

fgelangenj riht to Stanhenge i^^. 17834; 

penne beod pine dajes ilenged hom. i, 

13; ilengd ayenb. 198. 
ileo3en lie, mentiri, fallere; ilojen fpart.J 

hom. 1, 91; ilo3e, ilowe o. a. n. 847; 



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treupe iloje ayenh. 65; ilowe s. 8. ed. 
Weh. 2272. 

ileorne(ii) learn, misc. 03; ilerne Chauc» 
C. t. 6576; ileorned fpart.J Kath. 386'; 
ilierned ayenh. 70; ilerned Langl h 7, 49. 

ileove, M. II. Germ, geliebe, dear to one 
anotlier: par tpo ileove in one bedde 
liggep 0. a. n. 1047 . 

iletten let, tardare; iletfpart.J a. r. 164; 
proclam. 6; Shoreh. 71; W.2ii Alis. 1776. 

ileven, A. Sax. gel^fan, permit; ilevet 
("printed ilenet) f part. J Kath. 771^. 

illc, A. Sax. gelic, O.L.Germ. ge-, gilic, 
O.Fris. gelik, O.Icel. giikr, Goth, galeiks, 
O.R.Germ. ga-, ge-, gilicher, alike, like; 
ilik rel. ant. 1, 218; Alls. 6993; ilik 
to hir Chauc. C. t. 8133; ilik, ilike 
Langl. b 1, 91; ilich ayenh. 15; ilich 
ham (heom illche) Kath. 502; pu penest 
pat ech song beo grislich pat pine pl- 
pinge nis ilich o. a. n. 316; godes 
riche pat evre is svete and evre iliche 
358; iliche fragm. 1, 35; a. r. 4; s. 
s. ed. Wr. 3451; iliche fadv.J a. r. 
112; Brand. 33; Chauc. C. t. a 2526; 
Lidg. m. p. 15; alle are pei iliche (a- 
liche) longe Langl. h 16, 57 ; iliche, a- 
liche a. p. 2, 228 Sf 1477; eliche dep. 
R, 6, 20; allche Gow. 1, 268; elike 
Teton. » my st. 57; ilichest fsuperl.J Lay 
29482; co7np. nnilic. 
ilicnesse, A.Sax. gelicness, likeneBs, horn. 
1, 127; a. r. 230; Kath. 992. 

iliche, A.Sax. gelica, O.K. Germ, gilicho, 
like, Kath. 1843; a. r. 136; his iliche 
Lw^. 12789; p. I. s. XXIII, 66; nis 
non his iliche Horn 19; godes iliche 
Shoreh. 167; ilike horn. 1, 151; pine 
ilike (iliche) o. a, n. 157. 

^eliffaesten vivify; ^eliffeste fpret.J horn. 

Ir 219. 

ili3en lie, jacere; ileien f part. J Lay 24923; 
a. r. 326; ileye Roh. 518, 3; ilei3en, 
ileyen, ileye Langl. 5, 65 (82). 



ilihten alleviate; ilihted (part.) a. r. 356. 
ilihten illumine; iliht (part.) c. I. 794. 
ilike agreeable? rsed pat heom weore ilike 

Lay 15117. 
ilikien like, placer e; iliki (pres. suhj.) a- 

yenb. 109. 
ilimpe, A.Sax. gelimp, accident; cmnp. un- 

ilimpe. 
ilimpen happen. Lay 4508; 3elamp (pret.) 

horn, 1, 231; ilomp a.r. 54; ilumpen 

(part.) ham. i, 93, 
ilide, M.II.Germ. gelinde, agreeable? Lay 

4917. 
iliden ire; iliden (part.) Lay 26094. 
ilidien mitigate; ilidegad (pres.) horn. 1, 

97. 
ilivien live; ileve aye b. 93. 
ilokien look; iloked (part.) Lay 5277; a. 

r. 372; ayenh. 7 ; pe lahen pat tu ham 

havest iloket Marh. 10, 5. 
3elome, ilome, A.Sax. gelome, O.H.Germ. 

kilomo, frequently, p. I. s. VIII, 24 8f 

46; ilome Lay 16500; a. r. 136; o. a. 

n. 49; Rob. 3, 1; c. I. 435; ilome and 

ofte Brand. 24; ilomest (mperlat.) o. a. 

n. 595. 
ilosien lose; ilosed (part.) Lay 12492; 

Kath. 2046. 
iluken close; iloken (part.) Lay 32202; 

iloke Bek. 824; Alis. 2769; one ilokene 

cope a. r. 56. 
iluvien love; iluved (part.) r. s. II, 33. 
3ema3cche, A.Sax. gemaecca, O.H.Germ. 

gimahho, conjux: Marian pine gemeecchen 

Mat. 1, 20. 
im^elen speak; imelen hom. 1, 193. 
imsene, A.Sax. gemfene, O.Fris. gemene, 

O.H.Germ. ge-, gimeiner, Goth, gamains, 

common; imane, imene, imone Lay 97 8^ 

11037 Sf 13614; pc3 sungen alle i- 

msen (i msen?) Onn. 3376; imene rel. 

ant. 1, 216; li h. disc. 608; pet heo 

alle habbed imene a. r. 12; speken of 

alle imene 90; hit is fale 5per pi3te 
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imene o. a. n. 628; more is fins, his) 
blisse god and clene a monge frendes 
to habbe imene Shoreh. 125; pe imeane 
blisse horn. 1, 261; pet is pin pid me 
imeane Kath. 1867; mi Idnedom is i- 
mone Hoh. 311, 12; hi gonne to singe 
imone Brand. 17. 
imgene, A. Sax. gemana, 0. II. Germ. Id- 
meini, Goth, gamainei, communion, com- 
munity: pat pip pe fule havep imene 

0. a. n. 301; imone horn. 1, 245; peh 
pe wulf beon fr. beo) ane biiten eelc 
imane (imone) La^. 21308; imone Horn 
842; wipoute mannes imone Shorek 118. 

imsersien celehrate; imersed fpart.J hom. 

1, 243. 

imeete, A. Sax. gemote, 0. II. Germ, ge- 

mazer, meet, modicus, aptus; imete hom. 

1, 105; La^. 6584; I. h. r. 30; comp. 

unimaete. 
imseten dream: me imsette a sweven La^. 

28016. 
imah, imouh ^^pfrocax/\ fragm. 5, 7 . 

imouhnesse ^^procacitas', fragm. 5, 7 . 
imake, A.Sax. gemaca, O.L.Germ. gimaco, 

O.H.Germ. kamahho, conjux, socius, par, 
fragm. 8, 46; in worle nes nere non 

pine imake Flor. a. Bl. h 77; imaken 

rpl.j La^. 18206. 
imakien make; imaked (part.) a. r. 54; 

Havel. 5; treat. 138; spec. Ill; Shoreh. 

62; LangJ. prol 14; imad Roh. 470, 

24; imaad Chauc. C. t. 5113; Hoccl. 

I, 203. 
imang, A.Sax. gemang, gemong, O.L.Germ. 

gimang, mixtio, turha; imonge fdat.J 

Lay 10868; imong (i mong?)pon scip- 

monnen 2229; imong moncun Marh. 

12, 5. 
imearkien marh; imerked f part. J fragm, 

8, 49; a. r. 42. 
imedemien moderate, humble; imedemede 

fpret.J hom. 1, 97 . 
imelten melt; imulten rel. ant. 1, 183; 



iraelt f part. J a. r. 284; imealt h. m. 

45. 
imengen mix, trouble; imengedfparf.JHob. 

119, 5; imenget Kath. 605; imengd 

Bel. 2147; Shoreh. 9; ayenb. 196; i- 

meind a. r. 332; o. a. n. 18; Chauc. 

a t. a 2170. 
imerren tnar; imerred (part.) h. m. 11. 
imet, A.Sax. gemet, O.L.Germ. gimet, 0. 

II.Germ. ca-, kimez, measure, moderation: 

pet rihte imet fragm. 5, 47; bi don 

ilke imet de ^e meted hom. 1, 137; 

best is ever imete a. r. 286. 

imetfest, A.Sax. gemetfasst, moderate. 
imetfestliche fragm. 1, 46. 

imetlic, A.Sax. gemetlTc, O.H.Germ. ki- 
mezliher, moderate: an imetliche broc 
Lay 21783. 
imeten measure, metiri; imeten (part.) 

Lay 21995; rcl. ant. 2, 217. 
imeten meet, p. I. s. VIII, 67 ; imete r. 

s. V, 205; rel. ant. 1, 144; imette 

(pret.) a. r. 154; Rob. 179, 15; chron. 

Engl. 611; imet (part.) h. T. 960; sa- 

cram. 237. 
imeting meeting, '^conventus\ fragm. 2, 28. 
imildsen shotv mercy: imilze pu Octa & 

his iveren al swa La'). 16837 . 
imoded mooded; comp. stidimoded. 
imot assembly, ^^synodus\ fragm. 2, 29; 

Lay 11545; comp. halimot. 
imunde, A.Sax. gemynd, Goth, gamunds, 

O.H.Germ. gimimt, mind, me?is: of lihte 

nabbep hi none imunde o. a. n. 252. 

imundleas '^aniens', fragm. 3, 5. 
imunden, A.Sax. gemjndan, mind, memi- 

nisse; imende (pres. imper.) ayenh. 262. 
imundi, A.Sax. gemyndig, mindful, memor: 

3if pe imundie beod godes bibode hom. 

1, 89. 
3emiine3en remember, record; imuneget 

(part.) Marh. 21, 2; 3emene3ed hom. 

1, 225; imene^ed Shoreh. 69. 
imunen remember. Lay 16309. 



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imunten irdend; iinunt f part. J a. r. 408; 
rel. ant. 2, 277; iment Alis. 6942; 
Octov. 1953. 

ineden need, cogere; ined [part. J a. r. 72, 

inemnen name, nominare, La\ 24366; 36- 
namned fpart.J hom. 1, 229; inemned 
a. r. 232; atjenh. 66; inempned c. h 61. 

inewen new, novare; inewed (part. J atjenh, 
107. 

inimeu capere; inom fpret.J La-^. 71; i- 
numen (part. J Mark. 2, 26; a. r. 42; 
inumen (inome) La^. 5383; inume 0. a. 
n. 541; inomeu Alis. 4668; inome Beh. 
655; Shoreh. 126; ass. 5. 

iniperien debase, humble; inipered (part.) 
hom. 1, 117; Lay 10218. 

inoli, A. Sax. geiioh, genog, 0. L. Germ. 
ginog, O.H.Germ. genuog, Goth, ganohs, 
enough (enow). La"). 2558; Kath. 347; 
Orm. 731; spec. 28; h. h. 51; inoh, i- 
nouh 0. a. n. 1182; ino3 Rob. 18, 21; 
ayenb. 22; inogh pr. c. 1466; inouk a. 
r. 86; inouh, inouj c. I. 408; inouj, 
inou, inow 7ra/. 100, 483 ^ 714; i- 
nou treat. 140; inou, inow Havel. 563 
Sf 706; inow3, inow Wicl. levit. 13; i- 
now3 Lidg. in. p. 226; inow Mand. 59; 
pi. cr. 230; inogh, indu3, inough, inow 
Chauc. a t. b 1477 Sf JBoet. 1947; i- 
nough, anough Ti^ist. 2, 38 Sf 44; a- 
nog st. gen. 600; enogh Percev. 952; 
inohe (pi.) Kath. 514; ino3e 0. a. n. 
16; treos ino3he Orm. 14; inowe pi. 
cr. 215; inowe men Rich. 5905; anowe 
s. s. ed. Web. 921; Am. a. Amil. 872. 

inuM, A. Sax. genyht, 0. If. Germ, ca-, 
genuht, abundance. 

inuhtsum, A.Sax. genyhtsum, O.H.Germ. 
canulitsamer, abundant. 
inihtsumnesse "abundantia\ fragm. 4, 
26. 

^eopenen open, aperire; 3eopenede (pret.) 
hom. 1, 225; iopened (part.) a. r. 242; 
iopenet Mark. 12. 



ipunden 'pound, includere; ipund (part.) 

a. r. 128. 
irad, A.Sax. gerad, Goth, garaids, M.H. 

Germ, gereit, paratus, La'^. 24990; M 

beop alle irede misc. 40. 

iradliche, irsedliclie Xa^. 11532 Sf 29631; 
irediiche ayenb. 1. 
irjfichen reach; iraut (part.) m. t. 88. 
ir{%den, A.Sax. gersedan, Goth, garaidjan, 

ordain: as biforen irad wes c. I. 654. 
irseden, Goth, garedan, O.H.Germ. giratan, 

counsel; ireden hom. 1, 15; irad (part.) 

Brand. 20. 
irsedi ready; iredi 0. a. n. 488; Brand. 

30; ayenb. 173; aredi Shoreh. 81. 
3ereard sermo, hom. 1, 225; irord 97 . 
irecchednesse, A.Sax. gereccednyss, rela- 

ti'Ai, narration; irsecchednesse fragm. 2, 

10. 
irecchen relate, explain ; irecche Horn 358; 

irseht (pres.) fragm. 2, 10; irelit (part.) 

hom. 1, 89; iraht Lay 10842. 
ireste rest, hom. 1, 47. 
ireve, A. Sax. gerefa, reeve, praefectus, 

praepositus, p. I. s. VLII, 25'"''; irefen 

(dat. pi.) hom. 1, 115. 
iriht, A.Sax. geriht, O.H.Germ. gerehter, 

Goth, garaihts, right. 

irihtlechan correct, hom. 1, 115. 
irihte, A.Sax. geriht? right, Lay 7906; 

furleosen his irihte misc. 97. 
irihten right, correct; iriht (part.) Lay 

14889; pou hast iri3t pat was a mis 

Shoreh. 13L 
irlden ride; iriden (part.) Lay 24855; 

iride Arth. a. Merl. 3103. 
irimen rime; irimed (part.) ayenb. 99. 
irip "messis\ fragm. 2, 55. 
3erisen, A.Sax. gerisan, convetiire; gerl- 

sed (pres.) hom. 2, 141. 
3erumen, A.Sax. ger^man, clear, evacuate; 

irum (pres. imper.) Lay 3698; 3erlmed 

(part.) hom. 1, 231. 
isale happy, Lay 7666; camp, unisaele. 



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iseli happy, La^. 28861; a. r. 60. 
iselhde happiness, horn. 1, 109; iseluhde 

a. r. 382, 
isaht reconciled: hpi noldest pu mid Crist 

malven us isalite r. s. V, 122. 
isahtnien reconcile; isehtnede fpret.J horn. 

1, 83. 
isamnien assemble; isomnie Lay 24248; 

isomned [part. J horn. 1, 135. 
isomnunge assembly, horn. 1, 93. 
3esaweu sow; ^esawen f part. J horn. 1, 

241; isawe Shoreh. 27; isowen Langl, 

h 5, 550. 
iscole? horn. 1, 243. 
iscead distinction, discretion, hom. 1, 97 ; 

pet iscead fragm. 1, 55; 3esceod hom. 

1, 231. 

isceadwis reasonable: pa isceadpise mon 
hom. 1, 105. 

isceadpisnesse discretion, hom. 1, 105. 
3escheafte creature; 3escefte, iscefte hom. 

1, 75 Sf 219. 
ischeapen shape, form; iscop fpret.J Hich. 

thes. 1, 223; ischapen f part. J Marh. 

20; r. s. IF, 25; rel. ant. 1, 174; 

Alis. 6465; Will. 2634; Chauc. C. t. 

13008. 
ischeawen shew (show J; ischeaped f part. J 

Kath. 1573; a. r. 154. 
iscenden shend, disgrace. Lay 25508; i- 

schend (part.) Marh. 15; a. r. 248; o. 

a. n. 1336. 
iscendnesse disgrace, hom. 1, 93. 
ischeoten shoot; iscoten (part.) rel. ant. 

1, 183; ischote, ishote, iscote o. a. n. 

23 ^ 1121; ischote chron. Engl. 928; 

ishote Alis. 5953. 
ischeren shear; ischorn, ishorn (part.) 

Chauc. C. t. a 589. 
isclnlden shieU; ischilde, ishilde o. a. n. 

781; ischQde (pres. subj.J a. r. 84; i- 

shilde rel. ant. 1, 245; ischelde (im- 

perat.) Shoreh. 86. 
iscMren pronounce: ne dar heo noht a 



pord ischire o. a. n. 1532; lOke pat 

pu na mare swulc ])ing' ue iscire Lay 

17129. 
ischriven shrive; ischriven (part.) a. r, 

332; ischriYG Belc. 2188; ishn\ e LangL 

h 5, 91. 
ischruden vestire; ischrud (part.) Kath. 

1187 ; a. r. 66; r. s. V, 9; ischrid rel. 

ant. 2, 191. 
isechen seelc, Lay 28827; 3eseche hom. 

2, 143; iseche o. a. n. 741; isohte 

(pret.) Lay 24556; iso3t (part.) r. s. 

V, 150; Beh 68. 
iseggen say; iseid (part.) Marh. 19; o. 

a. n. 1037; c. I. 1123. 
ise3en visus? 

iseienlic visible: alle iseienliche ding 

IlicJc. thes. 1, 166; comp. unise3eiilic. 

isellen sell, trader e; iseald (part.) hom. 

1, 13; isold p. I. s. XXI, 77; c. I. 

344. 
iseme ? 

isemeliclie seemly. Lay 21785. 
isemen Sicm, accommodare, conciliare, con- 
venire: on name pe hire mihte isemen 

Lay 9587; p^ he hafde al iset and al 

hit isemed 21128; isemet Marh. 23. 
isenden send; isend (part.) proclam. 11; 

Beh. 1328; isent Chauc. C. t. 10094. 
isene, A. Sax. gesene, ges^ne, visible,. Lay 

9548; 0. a. n. 166; Marg. 122; Chauc. 

C. t. a 592; asene chron. Engl. 44. 
iseon see, Marh. 7, 6; a. r. 92; r. s. IV, 

41; iseo Beh. 125; c. I. 556; iseon, i- 

seen Alis. 144 Sf 527; ise Trist. 2, 20; 

Chauc. C. t. 10276; isee p. I. s. I, 14; 

isi Shoreh. 107; isihst (pres.) a. r. 178; 

0. a. n. 1225; isihd a. r. 6; isihp c. 

1. 708; iseod a. r. 196; iseop treat. 
132; Shoreh. 56; isaeh, iseh (pret.) Lay 
1408 8f 4671; iseih a. r. 166; ise3, 
iseyh o. a. n. 29; isei3 c. I. 319; isegh 
s. 8. ed. Web. 966; i&e3en (isehe) Lay 
6420; iseien a. r. 190; iseT^e (subjunct.j 



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0. a. n. 425; isehen f part. J Kath. 1746; 

ise3en horn. 1, d1 ; La'i,. 6626; Shoreh. 
- 160; iseien a. r. ^2; iseijeii, ise3e, i- 

seien, iseie Langl. 5, 4; iseje Brand. 

1; iseie Will. 1874. 
iseowien sew, suere; iseouped fpart.J a. 

r. 200; isowed Beh. 1838; isewed pi. 

cr. 229. 
iseten fpart.J sitten, sessns, Lay. 18632; 

whan we beop isete Brand. 13. 
isetnesse constitution, statute, hom. 1, 87 ; 

proclam. 4. 
3esetten set, statuere, constituere; jesette 

fpret.J hom. 1, 227; isette La'>,. 22054; 

iset fpart.J Kath. 1997; a. r. 254; 

BeJc. 1366. 
isib related, La-^. 411; Bob. 315, 5.; me- 

nie of hem Mm were isibbe p. I. s. 

XVI, 85. 

isibsum peaceable, hom. 1, 95. • 
isi3en descend; isi3eii fpart.J La^. 12537; 

isihen Kath. 2084. 
isihde sight, Za"^. 139.90; Hid. thes. 1, 

224. 
isinheopen "conjuges', fragm. 2, 17 . : 
isl£epen sleep; islepe fpart.J Brand. 6; a- 

yenb. 128; islape Arth. a. Merl. 2377 . 
islean slay; isla3en fpart.J Lay 965; i- 

sla3e 0. a. n. 1142; ayenb. 58; islawe 

Beh. 2189; isleien a. r. 156; islein 

Kath. 201; islain Trist. 2, 33; Cham. 

a t. b 605. 
ismakien taste; ismacked fpart.J ayenb. 93. 
ismerien smear; ismered fpart.J misc. 28; 

ayenb. 93; ismiret h. m. 13^. 
ismlten smite; ismat fpret.J La-^. 25615; 

ismite fpart.J Bek. 2/43; rel. ant. 1, 

267; Chauc. Boet.' 2202 ; ismete p. 73, 

11. 
isom agreed, r. s. V, 254; isome fpl.J o. 

a. n. 1735; Rob. 40, 10. 
isodien verify, La-^. 29011; isOdet fpart.J 

hom. 1, 261. 
ispeden speed; ispede fpres.J misc. 40; 



ispedden fpret.J Lay 3399; isped fpart.J 

Bek. 1485; spt^c. 110; Ckiuc. C. t. a 

4220. 
ispeken speak; ispeken fpart.J La^, 3136; 

a. r. 108; ispeke o. a. n. 1293; Brand. 

15; c. I. 1062; ayenb. 44; ispoken 

Chauc. C. t. 9380. 
ispillen spill; ispild fpart.J ass. 18; a- 

yenb. 75. 
ispinnen spin; isponne fpart.J p. I. s. 

XVII, 156; Shoreh. 95; Alis. 7251. 
isprseden spread; ispred fpart.J a. r. 390; 

isprad Brand. 6; Chauc. Boet. 2140; e- 

spred Aud. 78. 
ispringen spring; isprunge fpart.J o. a. 

n. 300; ispronge Bek. 1285. 
istanden stand; istonden La'),. 15505; i- 

stond(e) fpart.J Trist. 1, 89. 
3estadelfs6sten stahilire; 3estepelfaste,/'^r^^7 

hom. 1, 221. 
3estadelien stalilire; 3estapeled fpart.J 

hom. 1, 225; pis lond wes istadeled 

Lay 6777. 
isteoren steer, hom. 1, 95. 
isti3en ascend; istien fpart.J a. r. 400; 

istilie h. m. 47. 
3estilleii still: be 3e&tilde pindes hom. 

1, 229; istild fpart.J IShoreh. 133. 
istrengen fortify; istrenget fpart.J Kath. 

2197. 
istreon progeny, procreation, hom. 1, 19; 

Lay 22597; rel. ant. 1, 175. 
istreonen generate, procreate; istreonied 

fpres.J hom. 1, 133; istreoned fpart.J 

a. r. 66; c. I. 1380, 
isund sound, sayius. Lay 821 ; isunde fpl.J 

0. a. n. 1102; izounde ayenb. 205. 
isunde, 0. Butch gesonde, O.H.Germ. gi- 

sunti? sanitas: mid isunde Lay 3982; 

misc. 140. 

isundful hom. 1, 115. 
isundren sunder, separare; isundred fpart.J 

a. r. 252. 
isune3en sin; isuneged fpa/rt.J a. r. 306; 



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iseneged ('printed isenoged) Shoreh. 6; 

izene3ed ayenh. 173. 
isutelien manifest: isuteled ('part.) a. r. 8. 
iswel3en devour; isvol3e, iswolwe (part.) 

0. a. n. 146. 

iswenchen afflict; ispenchet (pres.J horn. 

1, 13. 

^eswevien put to sleep; 3espefede (pret.j 

horn. 1, 221; isweved (part.) La-). 3073. 
ispiken cease, horn. 1, 17; ispike (pres. 

suhj.J 0. a. n. 929. 
3espinch, ispinch labour, p. I. s. VIII, 

18; ispinc IlicJc. thes. 1, 223; ispinche 

(dat.J h.m. 1, 129. 
iswingen swing, verberare; iswungen (part.) 

W(.rt. hist. 1, 24; iswongen spec. 84; 

iswonge rel. ant. 2, 278. 
isporen (part. J sworn, a. r. 96; r. s. V, 

60; isworn Chauc. C. t. a 3301; iswore 

p. 48, 6; s. s. ed. Wr. 2935. 
itaciiien token, significare; itacned (part.) 

Lay 32115. 
itgechen teach, La'^. 10395; iteiht (part.) 

a. r. 170; ita3t F/or. a. Bl 404; a- 

yenb. 54; itaught, itaii3t Chauc. C. t. a 

127. 
itffise, A. Sax. getaese, commodious; itase 

Lay 6502. 
itamien tame; itamed. (part.) Shoreh. 133; 

itemed Ifath. 1291. 
itawien taw; itauped (part.) a. r. 418. 
ite3en tie; iteied (part.) Lay 25972; 

Kath. 1292; a. r. 14; iteyed, iteid o. 

a. n. 778; iteid, iteied Chauc. C. t. a 

457; iti3ed c. I. 1130. 
iteiled tailed, a. r. 206. 
itel number: pat itel of pan scipen Lay 

7805; itele (dat.) fragm. 2, 6. 
itellen tell, hom. 1, 133; itelle Lay 

24627; itald (part.) Lay 8392; Kath. 

1293; ayenb. 24; itold a. r. 198; spec. 

26; Will. 1493. 
iteon draw, train. Lay 2418; ito3en i- 

towen (part.) o. a. n. 1725; heo is 



ful itopen a. r. 108; on itopen speord 

324. 
iteonien vex; itened (part.) Mire 1258. 
itiden tide, accidere; itide o. a. n. 1733; 

itit (pres.) a. r. 186; itidde (pret.) Lay 

27898; a. r. 152. 
itilien till, colere; itiled (part.) Lay 10026; 

a. r. 78. 
itimbren timber, construere, aedificare; i- 

timbred (part.) Lay 26226; a. r. 124; 

itimbret Kath. 1972. 
itimien, A.Sax. getimian, accidere: pa i- 

timede pan deofle hom. 1, 123; itimed 

(part.) Lay 27978. 
itreouwe true. Lay 4451. 
ituhten draw, discipline, instruct; ituht 

(part.) p. 8. 220; ituht efter pittes 

pissunge ho7n. 1, 267 ; hpon he . . . 

haved ituht hit pel a. r. 184; pei bup 

t6 pe king itight Alis. 7 164. 
itudien grant; ittiped (part.) hom. 1, 157; 

itiidet 3Iarh. 9, 20. 
itwinnes, A.Sax. getpinnas, twins. Lay 

12256. 
3epanc cogitatio, hoyn. 1, 243; ipanc p. 

I. s. VIII, 54. 
idavien permit, hom. 1, 199; ipeven La^. 

15279; 3eaafode (pret.) hom. 1, 229; 

ipeafede 121. 
ipeawed mannered: wel ipeawed Shoreh. 

3; ipewed Chauc. Boet. 4008. 
ipeinen serve; ipeinet (part.) Marh. 23, 

19. 
ipenchen thi7ik, cogitare; ipenche Hick. 

thes. 1, 223; ipench pu pes ho7n. 1, 

97; ipenche (subjunct.) o. a. n. 723; i- 

pOuht (part.) a. r. 164; ipo3t Belc. 

110; ip6u3t Shoreh. 115. 
3epeon thrive, grow, hom. 1, 221; ipeon 

Lay 9116; ipeo Brand. 7; ipi Shoreh. 

102; 3eaihd (pres.) hom. 1, 223; ipej 

(pret.) Bek. 151; ipei (ipeh) Lay 299; 

ip03en (part.) hom. 1, 107; ido3e Lay 

19903. 



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ipingen thrive^ grow; ipungen (part. J horn. 

h 107. 
ipoht thought; idohte fdat.J horn. 1, 99. 
ipolien suffer, Lay 482; a. r. 122; i- 

poled (part.) misc. 34; Roh. 24, 26; 

ayenb. 1 82. 
iprsesten push, put; ipraste Lay 28681; 

iprast (part.) m. t. 110. 
3epreaii afflict; gepred (part.) Mat. 8, 6. 
ipreaten compel; idrat (part.) a. r. 304^\ 
ipringen press, push; iprunge (part.) o. 

a. n. 38; iprongen Chauc. Boet. 1621. 
ipuden push; pe ipud beod to hellen Lay 

9169. 
ipuld patience, horn. 1, 106. 
ipuldi patient, horn. 1, 106. 
ipunchen thinl, videri; ipuht (part.) a. 

r. 412; elche men pes ipuht horn. 1, 

93. 
ippsre, A.Sax. geppsere, "concors\ fragm. 

2, 47. 
iunnen favour, grant. Lay 21083 ; iude 

(pret.) Lay 16649; iunned (part.) a. 

r. 30. 
iwser, iwar aware, Lay 6781 ^ 7261; 

ipar a. r. 104; o. a. n. 147; iwar 

Langl. h 1, 42; pe king was perof i- 

war Rol. 168, 11; iwer ayenb. 100; 

camp, uniwar. 

iparnesse wariness, o. a. n. 1228. 
iwakien loake, La^. 28082; ipaked (part.) 

Kath. 1760. 
iwalken walh; iwalken (part.) La^. 112; 

muchel ic habbe iwalken bl water ant 

bi londe Hick. thes. 1, 228. 
iwan fortune. Lay 7706; his freondes 

striked to gripen his ipon r. s. V, 76; 

pe3 ich have nou liper iwon Beh. 1022. 
iwarnen warn; iparned (part.) a. r. 318. 
iweald, A. Sax. gepeald, 0. L. Germ, gi- 

wald, O.H.Germ. gewalt, power: pe mon 

ne ah his modes ipald hom. 1, 103; al 

pet ich ipald ah Marh. 6; ipeld o. a. 

n. 1643. 



iwa den, A.Sax. gepealdan, domitiate, go- 
vern. Lay 17213; aire sceafte 3epalt 

horn. 1, 231. 
3epaxen wax, crescere, horn. 1, 13; ipaxen 

(part.) a. r. 380; iwoxe p. I. s. XVII, 

143. 
iwede weed, vestimentum. Lay 26764. 
iwelde, A.Sax. (un)gepylde, potent? comp. 

uniwelde. 
jewelden, A. Sax. gepeldan, gepyldan, 

wield, subdue; ipelt (pres.) hom. 1, 111; 

3ejide (pret.) 229. 
iwemmen vitiate, corrupt; ipemmed (part.) 

Kath 1427; iwemmed Rob.^339, 10. 
iwende, M. II. Germ, gewende? men hab- 

bep a mong opre ipende a rtimhus at 

heore btires ende o. a. n. 661. 
ipenden wend, vertere, verti, Marh. 2; 3!- 

pende (pret.) hom. 1, 226; iwende Lay 

326; ipende a. r. 260; ipend (part.) 

0. a. n. 1619; iwend BeL 1198; ipent 

Kath. 1300. 
iwenen wean, assuefacere: peo pat hefde 

ipist and ipenet hire Marh. 2. 
iwenen ween, sperare; iwende (pret.) Lay 

20237. 
ewerc worh; comp. handeperc. 
iwerpen throw, cast; iporpen (part.) a. 

r. 368; iporpe 0. a. n. 1121; iworpe 

Jos. 221. 
VNQni^TV' waste ; iwesten (pret.) Lay 4116. 
iweven weave; ynqyq (part.) p. I. s. XVII, 

166; iwoven ^^contextus\ rel. ant. 1, 7; 

Chauc. Boet. 61. 
iwiht, M.H.Germ. gewiht, weight, pondm; 

ipichte (dat.) hom. 1, 173. 
iwiht valiant, brave; iwihte (dat, pi.) Lay 

12176. 
ipil will, voluntas, hom. 1, 61; p. I. s. 

VIII, 7; iwil Lay 6936; misc. 34; 

ayenb. 94. 
iwil agreeable? pat him was ful iwil Lay 

29616. 
iwin contest, strife, Lay 9044; misc. 144. 



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iwinden wind; iwonden f part. J Wart. hist. 

2, 2; iwounden Langl. h 6, 626. 
iwinne certator? comp. wideriwinne. 
iwinnen win, La\ 2 J 94; ipinne o. a. n. 

766; iwinne Rol. 619, 6; .pec. 113; 

iwon fpret.J La^. 2660; iwunnen {part. J 

Za"^. 7233; iwonne Shoreh. 94; Langl. 

h 6, 93; Chauc. C. t. a 2669; ewonne 

a7i. lit. 87. 
ipis, A. Sax. gepis, gepiss, 0. II. Germ. 

gewisser, certain, Mark. 6, 9; a. r. 270; 

0. a. n. 36; fms. ipiss) Onn. 687; i- 

wis Z<?3. 29481; treat. 132; pi. cr. 

666; Chauc. C. t. a 3277: Triam. 216; 

Tor. 1213; m. h. 17; m.'r. pi. 130; I. 

■c. c. 6; sacram. 483; jit was f)e Sonne 

JjO seve sipe iwis brihtore pen lieo nou 

is c. I. 101; iwisse, O.II.Gerni. gewisso? 

certainly, La^. 19316^%- st. gen. 91; Will. 

697; m. h. 41; a. p. 2, 84; Tor. 392; 

on. Arth. 3633; mid ipisse p. I. s. 

VIII, 71; mid iwisse Za^. 7607; spec. 

61; Shoreh. 23; to iwisse Za^. 3646; 

cmp. O.II.Germ. in giwissi. 

iwisliche certainly, Za-i,. 26184. 
iwisien show, teach; iwisse fpres. subj.J 

rel. ant. 1, 102; iwised (part. J Za->,. 

1626; Shoreh. 122. 
iwist heing, living; ipust a. r. 166'"^. 
ipit wit, sensus, intellect us, fragm. 6, 38; 

0. a. n. 774; iwit Za"^. 17138; he . . . 

for neh tit of liis ipitte Marh. 6. 
ipita testis, fragm. 3, 12. 
iwitejien, O.II.Germ. gewizegon, prophe- 
sy; ipitejede fpret.J hom. 1, 6. 
iwiten hiow, guard, Zay 16800; c. I. 

67; Alis. 763; iwite Roh. 487, 23; 

SJioreh. 128; ayenh. 29; m. t. 103; i- 

witen, iwite Zangl 8, 124 (9, 118); 

ipited fimper.J a. r. 64; ipist f part. J 

Marh. 2; iwist Chauc. Boet. 4613; i- 

wist, iwust c. I. 261 Sf 1473; ipust 

a. r. 48. 
iwiten go, pass, Zay 17236; pa feol he 



a dim & ipat hom. 1, 93; pe mete ford 
iwat Zay 668; wes i pere ilke wike 
pe aerchebiscop ford iwiten 13244; pe 
haved iwiten f guarded) al pis serd 13672; 
he sculde beon iwite (reproved J 2084; 
iwite hnoion, lai le fr. 321. 

ipitnesse witness, ^^testimonium', fragm. 3, 
12; hom. 1, 91; Kath. 249 PK 

iwradien onalce wroth; iwradede fpret.J 
Za-). 27698; iwreped f part. J ayenh. 161. 

iwrejen accuse; ipreied f part. J a. r. 172. 

iwreken ivreak, uUisci; iwreken f part. J 
Za'if. 3661; st. gen. 1866; an. lit. 7. 

iwrit writ, scriptura; iprite fdat.J p.- I. 
s. VIII, 61. 

iwriten lorite; ipriten f part. J Marh. 2, 
4; a. r. 410; r. s. V, 16; iwriten 
Shoreh. 91; Jos. 317; i write c. I. 24. 

iwriden writhe, torquere, ligare; iprad 
fpret.J hom. 1, 123; ywriden f part. J 
Zay 26974; iwripen Chauc. r. r. 160; 
iwripe rel. ant. 2, 18. 

iwunden wound; ipimded f part. J a. r. 
240; iwonded ayenh. 148; iwounded 
Trist. 1, 8; Chauc. C. t. 10474. 

iwune, A. Sax. gepuna, 0. Z. Germ, ge- 
w^(u)no, gewono, 0. II. Germ, gewoner, 
suetus. 
ipunellche usually, hom. 1, 131. 

ipune, A. Sax. gepuna, O.II.Germ. giwo- 
na, custom, hom. 1, 66; iwune Zay 
18806; iwune, ipone o. a. n. 476. 

iwunien, A.Sax. gepunian, O.Z.Gtrm. gi- 
wonon, O.H.Germ. giwouan, inhabit, use, 
he accustomed; ipuned f part. J a. r. 230; 
don al se heo eer weoren iwuned (iwo- 
ned) Zay 12611; pa Bruttes hafden i- 
wuned here wel feole wintre 31666; i- 
woned Beh. 1409; ayenh. 106. 

jewurchen loorh, facere; iwerche fpres. 
suhj.J rel. ant. 1, 173; jeporhte fpret.J 
hom. 1, 223; iworhte Xrt). 2066; ipraht 
f part. J Marh. 9; iwroht chron. Engl. 
766; spec. 36; iwroujt pi. cr. 162, 



3^ 



3eare 



233 



iwurht, A. Sax. gepyrht, O.L.Germ. ge- 
w(u)rht, loorl^ deed: after heore iwurhte 
La-^. 24189. 
ipUrden tv/rn, become , occur , Mark. 7, 34; 
al pe p5 pet nu is . . . & ever schal 
ipurden a. r. 52; leted hine ipurden 
{let him have his own tvayj 96; freond 
iwurden (iworpe) La^. 5441; to reoupe 
iwurden 24944; ser heom mihte iwur- 
den what heo don wolde(n) 25333; i- 
worpen pi. cr. 665; iworpe Beh. 1252; 
p. I. s. Va, 4; Langl h 6, 228; iwor- 
pe fie done) pi wil aye^ih. 262; ipeard 
(fret.) a. r. 236; iweard, iward La'^,. 
290 Sf 6769; ipurden Xath. 2487; i- 
porpe (part. J o. a. n. 660. 
iwurdien honour, Lay 29687 . 
^e see ^ea. 

jea^ A.Sax. gea, O.L.Germ. O.R.Germ. 0. 
Icel. ja, Goth, ja, jai, O.Fris. je, ge, yea, 
h. m. 27; Wicl. Mat. 5; 3ea, 3a, 36 
Langl. 3, 107 fill J; 3a 'Hta, etiam, 
imo\ prompt. 536; Orm. 2411; Will. 
258; Iw. 1004; ya Havel. 1888; Alis. 
3571; Lidg. m. p. 40; yaa Flor. 1736; 
yoo JEm. 888; ya, yai, 36 Marh. 4 Sf 
5; 36 hom. 1, 47; Beh. 36; Mand. 292; 
ye Tor. 829; 36, 3ui a. r. 136 ^^ 334; 
36 ich, M.II.Germ. ja ich, fsee Gr. gram. 
3, 7 65 J 408; 3ui (3eoi, 3ei) he 334; 
36 (3ea) hit 52; 3use, A.Sax. gese, gise 
fsee Gr. gram. 3, 764), yes fyis), La\ 
17208; a. r. 392^'; 3180 a. p. 3, 117; 
3is Will. 697; Eglam. 55; 3is, 3US 
Langl 5, 103 fl25); 3es Shoreh. 153. 
jeac, A.Sax. geac, O.Icel. gaukr, O.R.Germ. 
gauh, gouh, cuculus; 3ek Ralliw. diet. 
951; see gouk. 
jeap, A.Sax. geap, crafty, cunning, callidus; 
3ep, 3£ep X«3. 7581 Sf 12998; 3£ep & 
pis Orm. 8937; 3ep Gaw. 105; 3eep 
spec. 39; nOper 3ep ne pis 0. a. n. 465; 
pou art 3ong and 3ep fms. 3epe) Langl. 
b 11, 17; 35p Mire 1763; 3eape fpl.) 



a. r. 362; 3epe Man. 320, 18; camp. 

hinder38ep. 

3ephede calUditas, 0. a. n. 683. 

38eple3C calUditas, Orm. 2523. 

3epliche callide, Langl. b 15, 183; 3ep- 

li Will. 3346;- a. p. 2, 1708. 
3eapscipe calUditas, Lay 2760. 

^eapen see gapen. 

jear, A.Sax. gear, ger, O.L.Germ. ger, jar, 
O.Fris. jer (ger), jar, O.H.Germ. jar, 
Goth, jer, O.Icel. ar, year, annus; 3er a. 
r. 218; Orm. 9503; 0. a. n. 101; 3eer 
Wicl. John 11; ger st. gen. 152; yar s. 
s. ed. Weh. 568; 3eare fdat.) proclam. 
8; to 3ere hoc anno. Lay 8039; Brand, 
11; to yere Chauc. C. t. 5750; Town. 
myst. 231; 3eer fpl.) Mand. 12; 3er, 
yeer Chauc. C. t. a 601; yeer LLoccl. 7J. 
110; 3er, 3ier Shoreh. 63 Sf 71; gier 
rel. ant. 1, 130; 3er, 3ere Lay 301 8f 
7058; 3eare, 3iere hom. 1, 225; 3ere 
/. c. c*. 34; yhere pr. c. 741; 3eres 
Marh. 2; a. r. 190; comp. Iep3er. 
3erday, M.II.Germ. jartac, anniversary ^ 
prompt. 537 ; g. 281. 
yeerli yearly, IIoccl. I, 421. 

jeard, A.Sax. geard, O.L.Germ. gard, Goth. 
gards, 0. Icel. gardr, 0. H. Germ, gart, 
Lat. hortus, Gr. yopio'^, yard f garth); 
3eard, 3erd, 3ord ^^hortus', prompt. 537 ; 
3ard p. I. s. XXIII, 73; 3erd voc^ 270; 
Chauc. Troil. 1912; a 3erd or a gardin 
Wicl. John 18; 3arde fdat.) Halliw. diet. 
950; comp. chirche-, fore-, middel-, win-, 
wurt3eard. 

5eare, A.Sax. gearpe, O.L.Germ. garewi, 0. 
H. Germ, garawi, garewi, garwi, gear 
fgare), apparatus, vestitu^; gere r. s. IV, 
36; Will. 1716; Goiv. 2, 227; a. p. 2, 
1811; Percev. 189; Tm\ 652; gare Trist. 
3, 52; Em. 198; comp. messegere. 

jeare^ 3are, A.Sax. geara, yore, olim, diu, 
Lay 2671 Sf 3415; 3are hit is pet ich 
puste herof a. r. 88; ase pas 3eare iseid 

30 



234 



3earkien 



3em 



298; 3are Brand. 31; 3ore spec. 28; 
Will 1603; Mire 1304; Gaiv. 2114; 
s. s. ed. Wr. 2163; jore, yoore Chaue. 
C. t. h 174; pat 3ore hedden him abide 
c. I. 1339. 

^earkien^ 3arkieii, A. Sax. gearcian, ^arl, 
parare, Za-^. 2631 Sf 19613; jarken 
Kath. 1762; Orm. 96; 3erked fpres.J a. 
r. 410; 3arkep, 3arketli Langl. h 7, 80; 
3arkede fpret.J Hob. 12, 8; garkede st. 
gen. 3261; giarked (part.) horn. 2, 6; 
3arked a. p. 2, 1708; yarked Em. 329. 

^arkiiig^ A.Sax. gearcung, preparation, Orm. 
10800. 

^earii^ A.Sax. gearu, O.L.Germ. garu, O.H. 
Germ, garwer, garewer, O.Icel. gorr, gerr, 
yare, paratus; 3aru Lay 77 83; 3eruli a. 
r. 394; 3are o. a. n. 488; Roh. 237, 
4; Will 3266; Man. 8831; avow. AHh. 
LXIV, 8; 3are, yare Gam. 90; yare 
Gow. 2, 237; Rich. 6727; s. s. ed. Wr. 
306; m. Arth. 218; Town. myst. 37; lie 
woren yare into Denemark for to fare 
Havel 2964; & tolde him ful 3are hu 
he hadde ifare Horn ed. Lwn. 467 ; wri- 
ten ful 3are (plainly) a. p. 1, 833; gare 
st. gen. o90 ; 38erewe (pi) La^. 9467; 
3arepe Kath. 17 60; o. a. n. 378; yarwe 
Rich. 67 61 ; comp. iin3earii. 
38erewitel (ms. -witele) La^. 18647 . 

jearwieii^ A.Sax. gearpian, gearupian, ger- 
pan, gyrpan, O.L.Germ. garuwian, gere- 
wian, O.H.Germ. garweii, garewen, garen, 
O.Lcel gorva, gerva, gora, gera, gar, pa- 
rare; 38erwen Lay 12460; yaren Havel 
1360; garen an. lit. 13; garen. geren st. 
gen. 1417 ^ 2441; 3are Man. 294, 13; 
gare Percev. 1411 ; gere ant. Arth. XXI, 
12; 3ared (pret.) Man. 68, 13; giirede 
Lay 16197; garte Rich. 6037; Isumh. 
402; 3arweden, 3areweden, gereden Lay 
1873, 9761 Sf 9782; gered (part.) Gaw. 
179; a. p. 2, 1 66 8 ; ^Qxt Min. 28; comp. 
for-, i3earwien. 



jeat, A.Sax. geat, O.L.Germ. gat, O.Fris. 
jet n., O.Icel gatt /., gate (yat, yet), por- 
ta; 38et (3et) Lay 6069; 3et a. r. 74; 
Bek, 2260; pet 3et horn. 1, 6; 3at Rol. 
640, 16; c. I 699; 3ate prompt. 636; 
Orm. 4122; pe 3ate Kath. 2464; Langl 
h 11, 108; si gate hom. 1, 237; 3eate 
(dat.) a. r. 424; 3ate Will 3767; yate 
IIoccl I, 178; Eglam. 281; pare gate 
hom. 1, 239; 3eate (pi) hom. 1, 127; 
3ates Brand. 4; yhates pr. c. 2127; 
comp. bur3-, flod3at. 
38eteward (3eateward) Lay 18998; 3ete- 
pard a. r. 270; 3ateward h. h. 139. 



^ecfl^e 



:icde. 



5ei1, A.Sax. gedd, gidd, sa'tv, tale; 3eddes 

(pi) Lay 26863. 
^eddieii^ A. Sax. geddian, giddian, speak, 

sing. Lay 21429; 3edde Langl a 1, 138; 

s. s. ed. Wr. 216; 3eddede (pret.) Lay 

7873. 
^eddiugc^ A.Sax. geddung, giddung, smig, 

tale, prompt. 637 ; 3eddinges (pi) Cham. 

C. t. a 237; 3eddingus Degrev. 1421. 
^eile see eode. 
5eder? with 3edire 3oskinges Alex. 6043. 

3ederli promptly? Gaw. 463; a. p. 2, 
463. 
5ef see 3if. 
5eft see 3ift. 
5ci see 3ea. 
jeiei), 0. Icel geyja (latrare)? cry, clamarOy 

Kath. 207 ; a. r. 288; 3e3e (pres.) spec. 

Ill; Gaw. 1216; 3ei3ed hom. 1, 43; 

3eiede (pret.) a. r. 162; 3eide Marh. 6; 

3eiden La:^. 27760. 
5eiii^ A.Sax. gegn, gen, gean, O.Icel gegn, 

gogn, O.L.Germ. (an)gegen, O.H.Germ, 

gagan, gagen, gain, co7itra; 3{Bn Orm, 

2322; gein Lidg. m. p. 162; gain a. p. 

1, 138; gain pe dore Parten. 2791; 

3£enes Orm. 2320; yeynes pi wille misc. 

90; comp. an-, in-, to-, per3ein. 

3ainclap Kath. 129. 



3einen 



'^elstren 



235 



^eincume a. r. 234; 3eiiicome IlaUiw. 

did. 962. 
3eincumen revenire; 3eincome fpret. suhj.J 

Lay 4436''. 
3einchar reversio, spec. 46. 
gainsawe m. h. 75. 

3einseggen gainsay; 3einseye fpres. subj.J 
llalliw. diet. 961 ; geinsein Lidg. m. p. 
136. 
3einturn return, Ifath. 2118. 

^eineii^ O.Icel. gegiia, gagna (ohviam ire, oc- 
currore, prode,^seJ, 0. II. Germ, gaganen, 
gagenen (ohviare, occurrerej, gain, ohviam 
ire, prodesse, Kath. 179; ge3nen Or^n. 
12929; per may no miht ne 3iftes 3eyne 
p. I. s. XXV, 89; me schal })e 3ene o. 
a. n. 846; gayne IFill. 698; gawne J own. 
myst. 319; geined fpres. J a. r. 362; p. 
s. 324; gaynep SJioreh. 41; us geynep 
(gaynetli) no raunsoun Chauc. C. t. a 
1176; gayues m. Arth. 1071; 3ayned 
(part. J Gaw. 1724; comp. a(n)3einen. 

^ek see 3eac. 

^eld, A. Sax. geld, gield, gild, O.L.Germ. 
geld, 0. Fris. jeld, Goth, gild, 0. Icel. 
giald, O.K. Germ, gelt, payment, tribute, 
Kath. 212; a. r. '68; 3eld (3ield) Lay 
7194; 3elde fdat.J hom. 1, 163; 3ilde 
La^. 4784; 3eldes (^l.) Orm. 10170. 

^elAeUf A.Sax. geldan, gieldan, gildan, gyl- 
dan, 0. L. Germ, geldan, 0. Fris. jelda, 
Goth, (fra-, us^gildan, O.Icel. gialda, 0. 
H.Germ. geltan, keltan, yield fyild), red- 
dere, solvere, Kath. 668; a. r. 68; -his 
mede 3elden Orm. 19903; 3elden, 3UI- 
den Lay 7372 8f 13481; gelden st. gen. 
6; 3elde spec. 69; Will. 321; Wicl. Luhe 
10; (ich) wole hcore while 3elde Rol. 
116, 2; yelde Havel. 2712; lyenh. 31; 
3ilde llalliw. diet. 964; 3ulde p. I. s. 
XIV, 44; Flor. a. Bl. 176; jjou 3eldest 
no3t but borwest Langl. h 6, 296; he 
me 3ilt (3elt) mede La-^,. 21071; god 
3ilde you Fglam. 271; 3eald fpret. J 



Kath. 128; 3ald Langl. b 12, 193; yald 
m. h. 32; pu 3ulde a. r. 406; 3olde 
Bek. 776; lieo 3ulden a. r. 404; gulden 
st. gen. 1062; 3olden Mand. 106; golden 
f part. J Orm. 6239; 3olden Mand. 261; 
Gaw. 463; yholden pr. c. 6672; comp. 
a-, for-, i3elden. 

5cl yell, Mapes 339; 3elles fpl.J ant. Arth. 
VII, 8; comp. i3el. 

5elke see 3eolke. 

jelleii, A.Sax. gellan, giellan, gillan, gyl- 
lan, 0. H.Germ. gellan, O.Icel gella, gial- 
la, yell, clmgere, strepere, Kath. 2040; 
pe se ... bigan to 3ellen and to bellen 
Halliw. diet. 961 ; shal 3ellen ^'uMabif, 
Wicl. Is. 16; 3elle Man. 10207; s. s. 
ed. Wr. 806; Ihw. 1463; Eglam.. 411; 
foulis horde sche 3elle Octav. 330; yhelle 
pr. c. 7341; helmes gunnen gullen (3elle) 
Lay 16407; 3ulle Brand. 23; 3elle 
fpres. J Chauc. C. t. a 2672; yellep a- 
'). 71; 3al fpret.) 0. a. n. 112; Brand, 
s.' ed. Wr. 801; gullen (3ollen) 
Z«). 9797; 3ulle Brand. 27. 

5elp, A.Sax. gelp, gielp, gilp, gylp, O.L. 
Germ, gelp, 0. H.Germ. gelph, gelf, glo- 
riatio, jactatio, Lay 17 133 , Orm. 12041; 
c. I. 1364; Iw. 2766; Man. 264, 6; 
yelp Launf. 718; 3elpe fdat.J a. r. 210. 

^elpeii; A.Sax. gelp an, gielpan, gilpan, gyl- 
pan, yelp fyilpj, gloriari, jaetari, a. r. 
146; 3elpen, 3eolpen Lay 12072 Sf 
22949; 3elpen, '7;\\^m Orm. 2042 ^4926; 
3elpe Man. 7463; Ber. 3268; s. a. c. 
X, 67; fprinted yelpe) Alls. 1066; Goto. 
2, 116; yelpest, 3eolpest, 3ulpest fp-es.) 
0. a. n. 1299 Sf 1660; 3elpe(J Kath. 
1287; 3ealp (3alp) fpret.) Lay 2870; 
yelp onisc. 46; yalp ayenh. 208; pu 3UI- 
pe Lay 26836; iyolpe fpart.) Alis. 3368. 

yelpcrc gloi-iator, ayenb. 22. 

^elpunge gloriatio, a. r. 330; 3ulpinge Rob. 
209, 20; 3elping Gaw. 492. 

^elstren see galstren. 



23 



236 



3elte 



3e6nd 



^elie, 0. IT. Germ, gelza fsucuhj, "scrofa", 

voc. 177 ; see gilte. 
jelu see 3eolu. 
jeme, 0. II. Germ, gouma? care^ attention, 

Lay 6981; a. r. 32; Rob. 194, 8; c. 

I. 502; Shoreh. 11; Langl. b 10, 195; 

p. 9, 2; Man. 7125; nim jeme of pi 

juhede Mark. 4; Kath. 1462; 3eme, 

yeme o. a. n. 649; yeme ayenb, 24; see 

gome. 

3emeles, A. Sax. geme-, g^meleas, O.II. 
Germ, goumiloser, careless, negligent, horn. 
1, 109. 
3emeleasliche carelessly, a. r. 92; 3eme- 

lesliche rel. ant. 1, 129. 
3emeleaste, A.Sax. g^eleast, negligence, 
a. r. 46; 3emeleste honi. 1, 117 ; 3eme- 
leeste Orm. 2913. 
^emen^ A.Sax. geman, gieman, gyman, 0. 

Icel. geyma, O.L.Germ. gomean, O.II.Germ. 

gournen, Goth, gaum j an (pXsTistv), yeem, 
■ looTc, attend, take care, a. r. 98; Orm. 

2911; 3emeii pes fehtes Lay 8609; 36- 

me h. h. 24; Will. 2734; Langl. h 8, 

52; 8. s. ed. Wr. 99; p. s. 215; m. 

Arth. 2512; yemen Havel. 324; yeme 

ps, 11, 8; 3ime Lay 12581"^"; 3emes 

fpres.J a. p. 2, 1493; 3emande (part.) 

Percev. 1136; 3emde fpret.J Lay 30845; 

3emede chron. Engl. 152; comp. for-, i- 

3emeii. 
yemer, O.Icel. geymari, ward, keeper, m. h. 

114. 
jemer see 3eomer. 
^emsle, O.Icel. geymsla, care, attention, Orm. 

5095. 
5einl see 3eond. 
^enen see 3eineii. 
^eiiieu see 3eonien. 
jeo^eite see 3U3ede. 
^eolke^ A. Sax. geolca, yolJc fyelkj ; 3olke 

treat. 137; d. Arth. 3283; yholke pr. 

c. 6448; 3elke prompt. 537 ; yelke voc. 

150. 



jeolu^ A.Sax. geolo, gealo(?), O.II.Germ. 
gelwer, Lat. lielvus, yellow (yollow, yallow), 
p. 8. 158; 3eoluli a. r. 88; geleu rel. 
ant. 1, 129; yelew Rich. 2644; 3elow, 
3alow Mand. 48; 3elw (yelow) as wex 
Chauc. C. t. a 675; 30I0W Alis. 207; 
yalu Halliw. diet. 943; pe 3eolepe clad 
hom. 1, 53; yelwe Gow. 3, 255; Mr 
3elwe (3elowe, yolwe) heer Cham. C. t. 
a 1049. 
3alowsou3t jaundice, Halliw. diet. 950. 

jedmcr, A. Sax. geomer, 0. L. Germ, jamar, 
O.H.Germ. jamarer, lamentable, hom. i, 
193; 3emer Shoreh. 113; hare 3eomere 
bileave Kath. 1831; yemere p03tes a- 
yenb. 215; 3omere fadv.J 0. a. n. 415; 
3eomerest (superlat.) Lay 16566. 
3eomerlic lamentable. Lay 29564; 3omer- 
li a. p. 2, 971; 3eomerliche (ad^).) 
Marh. 6; 3omerli Gaiv. 1453; 3amerli 
ant. Arth. VII, 8. 
yemernesse misc. 28. 

^eomerieu, A.Sax. geomerian, O.II.Germ. 
jamaron, yammer, lamentari; 3eomerinde 
(part.) hom. 1, 97; 3eomerede (pret.) 
Lay 23492; 3amurt ant. Arth. VII, 9. 

jeoii, O.F^'is. jeiie, O.II.Germ. joner, O.Icel. 
enn, Goth, jains, yon (yin), ille; 3011 a. 
p. 1, 672; 3one li3t Langl. b 18, 145; 
in 3one stede Iw. 2549; on 3one Ml 
Man. 12300; 3one Ymn^i^^^Will. 4572; 
gune men st. gen. 3l35. 

^eoud^ A.Sax. geond, L.Germ. giend, Goth. 
jaind (IxsT), yond, illic; 3ond 0. a. n. 
119; Will. 3052; 3ond (yond) in the gar- 
din Chauc. C. t. a 1099; 3ond hoves a 
rial kni3t Amad. ed. Hobs. XL VI, 2; 
pe holi man was 3und of Irlande Brand. 
1; her and gund st. gen. 3851; 3onde 
(for 3one) li3t Langl. b 18, 187; 3ond 
half Orm. 10588; a 3und half Brand. 
33; 3endis Wicl. 1 Esdr. 4. 

^eond^ A.Sax. geond, trans, per, hom. 1, 91; 
3eond, 3ond, 3end Lay 28, 113 8f 494; 



'seonden 



jeoxen 



237 



3eond te porld a. r. 72; 3end Horn 
^1012; 3ond al pe world c. I 1448. 

^eoufleu^ A.Sax. geondan, yond, illic; yeon- 
de 0. a. n. 119^'; 3onde ffor jond?) 
ChauG. C. t. a 1099^'; comp. bi3eonden. 

^eonder^ O.Dutch gender, ginder ftllic, illucj, 
Goth, jaindre (IxsT), yonder fyinderj, illic; 
30iider Man. 12299; pat faire child pat 
stondep 3onder (yonder) Chauc. C. t. b 
1018; yonder Tor. 2070; yondur Eglam. 
290; 3ender a. p. 2, 1617; 3endir Hal- 
liw. diet. 932. 

^eonieu^ A.Sax. geonian, ginian, O.R.Germ. 
ginen, oscitare, a. r. 242; he 3eonep 
(yonep) mid his mtipe r. s. V, 233; misc. 
183; 3enip Alls. 485; 3eonede fpret.J 
Marh. 9; 3enede Mapes 338; yenede 
Beves 7 87 ; 3eneden Wicl. ps. 34. 

^eor, 3ur shriek, a. r. 306. 

^eoren, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. geron, O.Fris. 
jeria fdesiderarej? 3eore ffor 3eorne?) 
fpres. suhj.J Langl. a 1, 33; 3irde ffor 
3irnde?) fpret.J La-^. 11514; 3irden (3eor- 
den) 10297. 

^eoru^ A.Sax. georn, gyrn, O.L.Ger^n. gern, 
0. Icel. giarn, 0. H. Germ, gerner, Goth. 
gairns, yearn, desirous, eager; 3erne Chauc. 
C. t. a 3257; 3eorne fadv.J Lay 1261; 
Marh. 2, 8; a. r. 108; Orm. 2718; 
3eorne, 3orne o. a. n. 538 ^ 1352; who 
se . . . 3erne (3eorne) biholdep pis ilke 
writ c. I. 76; 3erne Mire 70; Chauc. C. 
t. 6575; Man. 7064; Begrev. 605; dre- 
pen him he wolden yerne Havel. 1865; 
3orne avmv. Arth. XXIII, 3; 3urne 
Brand. 5; chron. Engl. 52; comp. elmes-, 
lof-, med3eorn. 

3eornlTche eagerly, horn. 1, 259; 3eorne- 
llche a. r. 82; giernellche rel. ant. 1, 
129; 3eorneluker fcompar.J a. r. 234; 
3ernloker Jos. 593. 

^eorne^ O.H.Germ. gerni, Goth, gairnei, de- 
siderium ? 
3eornful, A.Sax. geornfull, desirous, Orm. 



1631; we schulde .. . beon yeornfuUe 

misc. 144. 

3eornfulnesse diligence, Orm. 2690. 

^corueu^ A.Sax. geornian, gyrnan, O.L.Germ. 
gernean, girnean, 0. H. Germ, gernen, 0, 
Icel. girna, Goth, gairnjan, yearn, deside- 
rare, cupere, Orm. 3579; 3eornen, 3ernen, 
3irnen Lay 3434, 15409 ^' 23128; 3er- 
nen Iw. 1242; 3erne Will. 58; yherne 
pr. c. 4663; 3irne fpres.) a. r. 400; an. 
lit. 3; yhernes, yhornes ps. 51, 2; 3erne 
f suhj.J Langl. 1, 33 f35j; yerne Havel, 
299; 3ernede fpret.J Kath. 1591; 3irnde 
Lay 4427 ; Marh. 2; gerneden st. gen. 
3657 ; 3irnden spec. 43; 3erned f part. J 
a. p. 1, 1189; 3irned h. h. 164; comp. 
i3ernen. 

^iruuiige^ A.Sax. geornung, yearning, a. r. 
114; yherning pr. c. 1127. 

jeorren, A.Sax. georran Greins gloss., M. 
H.Germ. kerren? yer fyirj, stridere: he 
yeorrep & heo gredep misc. 83; 3urren 
pa stanes mid f)an blodstremes Lay 
28358; deriv. 3arren, 3urren? 

^eoten^ A. Sax. geotan, 0. L. Germ, geotan, 
giotan, Goth, giutan, O.H.Germ. giozau, 
found, pour, cast: blod 3eoten Z«5. 17318; 

, 3eoten . . . teres horn. 1, 39; 3eten Wicl. 
exod. 26; he sholde melten bras & 3eten 
him a neddre Orm. 17418; gBien st. gen. 
3548; 3eoted fpres. J a. r. 282; 3eat 
fpret.J fragm. 6, 18; get st. gen. 585; 
3oten Mapes 338; yhotten ps. 78, 3; 
3oten f part. J Orm. 1773; Rich. 371; 
Atn. a. Amil. 2024; yhotin ps. 44, 3; 
igoten Jul. 38; i3otten h. m. 45; comp. 
a-, bi3eoten; deriv. gote, gute. 

)eoter, A.Sax. geotere, founder. Alls. 6735; 
3eetere Wicl. Jer. 6; comp. belle3eter. 

)eove see 3ife. 

jeoxe^ A.Sax. geocsa, gicsa, gisca, ^exy 
singultus ; 30x8 Halliw. di-ct. 954. 

^eoxeu^ A. Sax. giscian, O.H.Germ. geskon, 
yex, yesk, yisk; 3ixin, yexen "singultire", 



238 



3eoxinge 



3eten 



prompt. 639; 3exe]), 3eskep, 3oxep fpres.J 
Chaiic. C. t. a 4151; 3oxide fpret.J Wicl. 
4 kings 4; 3oxede and si3te ofte Belc. 
1568. 

^ixinge^ A. Sax. giscung, gicsung, xjexing^ 
^^singultus\ prompt. 539; 30xing Iloh. 34, 
15; Wicl. lamerd. 3; 3osldng Wr. diet. 
1038. 

jep see 3eap. 

jepse, L.Germ. gopse, liollow of the hand; 
'7^Qi^Q"vola\ 2)rompt. 537; j^^&qyl f? print- 
ed jjepsen) fpl.J voc. 147 . 

5er see 3ear. 

jerd see 3eard. 

^erde, A.Sax. gyrd, 0. L.Germ. gerda, O.R. 
Germ, gerta, yard fyerdj, ^^virga\ prompt. 
537; Orm. 16181; Iloh. 22, 7; Man. 
292, 19; gerde st. gen. 2851; a 3erde 
(yerde) long Chauc. C. t. a 1050; 3erde, 
3erd a. r. 184; 3erd Shoreh. 132; yerd 
ayenh. 95; 3erd (3eord) La^. 14771; 
yeorde i^el. ant. 1, 184; 3urd BeJc. 2368; 
3erde fdat.J fragm. 5, 46; Maud. 85; if 
men sinot it with a 3erde Chauc. C. t. a 
149; 3erdeH fpl.J a. r. 186; 3erden, 
3urden /. h. r. 26; 3erdes Langl. 5, 128 
(214); comp. eln-, Idne-, lim-, seil3erde 
(■.3erd). 

^ere see eare. 

5eru see 3eorn. 

3eruemoii|)e Yarmouth, Rob. 227 , 20. 

^ernen see 3eornen. 

jersteii- see 3estren-. 

5CS see under 3ea. 

jest^ A. Sax. gist, M. II. Germ, jest, gest, 
yest fyistj ; 3eest '^spuma\ prompt. 537. 

5estren-, A. Sax. geostran-, gystran-, gyrs- 
tan-, Goth, gistra-, 0. II. Germ, gestren, 
kestre, Lat. hesternus, y ester- fyister-, 
yuster-J. 

3ersten-, 3urstend9ei (3orstendai) yester- 
day, La\ 17063 Sf 21299; 3urstendai 
an. lit. 4; 3isterdai Vercev. 509; yhis- 
tredai ps. 89, 4; 3usterdai Jos. 3-30. 



3isterneve yestereven, hcri vesperi, Will. 
2160; yistereven mir. pi. 122; 3uster- 
evin avoio. Arth. XXXVII, 6. 
yerstenni3t yesternight, Beves 2912. 

3et gain''^ get Gaw. 1638. 

3et see 3eat. 

5et, 3ete, A.S(/x. get, giet, git, gyt, geta, 
gita, gyta, O.Fris. jeta, eta, ita, M.II, 
Germ, jeze, jezuo ? yet, jam, nunc, adhuc, 
etiam. Lay 109 &; 28636; pa (pe) 3et 
leovede Corineus 2245; pa (pe) 3et seip 
peo soule fragm. 7 , 15 c^ 31 ; 3et, 3ete, 
3ut a. r. 66, 92 ^- 356; ah 3et Kath. 
70; pa 3et 561; pe 3et Marh. 1; & 
godes engel se3de par of sant Johan 3et 
mare Orrn. 780; pat tu nart noht 3et 
in heofne 7951; ])e3 ne p&ren 3et noht 
tahte 9802; abid 3ete o. a. n. 747; 3ut 
(yet) pu aischest 995; pah mi lif me beo 
atschote pe 3et ich mai do gode note 
1624; 3et 3if we wole repente p. I. s. 
XXV, 141; yete Havel. 495; 3et, 3it 
Langl. b prol. 210; 3et (yet), 3it (yit) 
Chauc. C. t. a 70 Sf 255; 3ite Begrev. 
986; 3it Goiv. 3, 242; Wicl. John 2; 
Man. 7 , 6; Eglam. 76; yhit pr. c. 105; 
3ut er j)e woiides ende Brand. 3; pat 
he pe 3ut of londe wende Beh. 680; 
3ute 2144; 3ute more Horn ed. Lum. 70; 
pat never 3ute iholde nas c. I. 266. 

5ete to he got; comp. eaclgete. 

5etel? co7np. bi-, for3etel. 

5eteii, 0. Icel. geta, A. Sax. (bi-, for-, on)- 
gitan, 0. L.Germ. (bi-, for)getan, Goth, 
(bi)gitan, O.H.Germ. (ar-, bi-, fer)gezan, 
get, potiri, gigncre; geten Havel. 792; 
Gow. 2, 242; to geten him gilte spores 
Langl. h 18, 14 (12098 J; 3ete transact, 
18, 23; gete Jos. 23; Isumh. 151; gete 
fpres.J st. gen. 1497; poii getist Fglam. 

■ 347; (he) get Orm. 10219; gat fpret.J 
Will. 2895; gat ^^genuif, Wicl. genes. 
11; and gat upon hire Constantin Mand. 
12; (pou) gete Langl. h 18, 332; (pei) 



3eten 



3ivere 



239 



geten 20, 166'; geeten, gOten Wicl. genes. 
6' Sf Jerem. 16; goten Mand. 67; gaten 
Will. 1302; geten fpartj Jos. 623; 
Mand, 19; Chatie. C. t. a 291; pe good 
pat pou hast geten Langh h 6, 296; 
befor pat he was geten and forth broght 
pr. c. 443; geten, gete Will 799 Sf 
1030; comp. and-, bi-, for-, of-, under- 
3eten. 

^eten see 3eoten. 

^etten see 3aten. 

3eve see 3ife. 

^efcn see 3ifen and efen. ^ 

^excn see 3eoxen. 

^iccheu^ 0,11. Germ, jucchen, jucken? itch 
fjuchj; 3ichin, 3ildn, 3ekin, ichin, ildn, 
ekin ^^prurire\ prompt. 268 Sf 638; 3ic- 
chinde a. r. 80; 3echid, icched Cham. 
C. t. a 3682. 

^kite, A. Sax. gicda, 0. II. Germ, juchido? 
3ikthe " prurigo \ prompt. 638; 3ecde h. 
m. 9. 

3if, A. Sax. gif, gyf, O.Fris. jef, Goth, ja- 
bai? see Gr. grtim. 3, 283, gif, si, La^. 
366; a. r. 22; Orm. 1438; proclam. 6; 

^' c. I 181; Will. 99; Langl. prol. 37; 
Mand. 3; pi. cr. 62; h. s. 666; a. p. 
2, 768; I. G. c. 32; 3if, yif Chauc. C. 
t. a 146; yif Bavel. 126; gif Eglam. 
496; ant. Arth. XX, 1; 3if, 3ef o. a. 
n. 61 Sf 1180; 3ef Marh. 2; Roh. 8, 
16; spec. 36; Shoreh. 2; Mire 86; yef 
ayenl. 6; Degrev. 186; m. h. 30; see if. 

jife^ A. Sax. gifa, geofa, 0. II. Germ, gebo, 
dator; comp. r£ed3ive. 

^ife, A. Sax. gifu, geofu, O.Fris. jeve, O.H. 
Germ, geba, Goth, giba, donum, Orm. 
6482; 3ife, 3efe hom. 17 Sf 19; 3yve 
p. I. s. nil, 37; give Havel. 367; Man. 
166, 16; 3efe, 3eve, 3eove La^. 401, 
1790 Sf 7704; 3eove a. r. 202; 3eoven 
fpl.J Kath. 37; comp. mor3en3ive. 

^ifen^ A. Sax. gifan, giefan, geofan, gyfan, 
O.Icel. gefa, O.Fris. jeva, Goth, giban. 



O.H.Germ, geban, keban, give, dare, Orm. 
1864; 3iven a. r. 68; pi. er. 64; given 
st. gen. 11; y'lYB A lis. 6626; g'lte A)nad. 
ed. Hobs, nil, 10; 3iven, 3even, 300 ven 
La}. 2742, 20879 ^ 28273; 3iven, 3eo- 
ven Kath. 636; 3iven, 3even Langl. 9j 
161 flO, 181 J; 3ive (yive), 3eve (yeve) 
Chauc. C. t. a 226 Sf 606; 3eve (3ive) 
c. I. 1111; yeve, ive fms. yve) ayenb, 7 
Sf 46; 3efen hom. 1, 19; gieven 2, 9; 
3evin prompt. 637; 3eve Moh. 13, 2; 
spec. 39; Mire 138; yeve Havel. 298; 
Hoed. Ill, 30; 3eve, geve Tor. 933 ^ 
2088; geve Eglam. 266; 3eoven h. m. 
19; 3ive, yeve fpres.J 0. a. n. 1686; 3!- 
ved, 3ifd a. r. 60; 3evep, 3ifp treat. 
133 dj' 134; ivep fms. yvep) tnitc. 60; 
ayenh. 46; 3if (imperat.J a. r. 294; ye- 
vep Lidg. m. p. 48; y^i, 3ef (3eaf) 
(pret.) La-}. 1089 ^ 7170; 3iaf hom. 1, 
223; yeaf, yaf ayenh. 6 Sf 81; 3af 
Shoreh. 21; Mand. 97; fms. 3alf) Orm. 
761; 3af (yaf) Chauc. C. t. a 177; yaf 
m. Arth. 269; yaf, gaf Havel. 218 Sf 
316; gaf Eglam. 407; 3af (yaf), 3ef 
(yef) 0. a. n. 66 Sf 1176; 3af, 3ef spec. 
43 Sf 106; 3ef Kath. 367; Hob. 68, 8; 
h. h. 89; 3ef pan folke drinken (hibere 
dedit, gave to d/rinh) hom. 1, 129; gef 
Gaw. 370; pu 3eve Beh. 786; h. h. 92; 
gsefen Orm. 6476; 3even Lay 362; 36- 
ven, 3eeven c. I. 616; 3even, 3aven, 30- 
ven Wicl. genes. 19, 2 Esdr. 9 ^' Mat. 
26; goven st. gen. 844; Havel. 164; sa- 
cram. 39; gove Will. 4781; T^abfe fstib- 
junct.J Orm. 3281; 3eve Beh. 308; 3!- 
fen (part. J Orm. 2111; gifen Iw. 3640; 
3ive Langl. b 6, 390; 3even Will. 2867; 
yeve m. Arth. 88; yeoven rel. ant. 1^ 
168; 30ven ffor 3eoven?) Gow. 1, 79; 
Mand. 13; yoven Hoccl. I, 99; 30ve, 30- 
vin prompt. 638; comp. a-, for-, i-, up3ifen. 
jivere, givere, 0. H. Germ, gebare, giver ^ 
Langl. 7, 70 (8, 72); yevere aymib 120. 



240 



3ifede 



36I 



^ifveite, jevede, A. Sax. gifede, gyfede, 0. 

L.Germ. gibidig? datus, La^. 8160 Sf 

8366. 
^ifveit'e, A. Sax. gifede fsors?) Greins gloss., 

copia? La^. 8118; yefj3e (for yefte?) do- 

niim, ayenh. 13. 
jifre, A. Sax. gifre, O.IceL glfr, avidus, "gu- 

lo8us\ fragm. 5, 6; 3ifer Orm. 10218''; 

3lver a. r. 84; 3lfre (pi. J Lay 7337^. 

3iverliche avide, a. r. 240. 

3ifernesse, A.Sax. giferness, aviditas, Orm. 

9318; 3ivernesse Lay 9491; a. r. 198; 

r. s. VII, 11; givernesse rel. ant. 1, 

216. 

yviiy A.Sax. gift n. U?J, 0. II. Germ, gift, 

O.lcel. gipt /., from 3ifen, gift, donum. 

Boh. 070; pet ilke 3ifte hom. 1, 71; 

3ift,. 3eft Lay 1790'' Sf 7705''; yeft 

Havel. 2336; 3ifte ^^dono\ Wicl. numh. 

3; 3iftes fpl.J a. r. 28; Langl. 3, 90 

(99); 3eftes Shoreli. 45. 
jild see 3eld. 
^ilde^ 0. Dutch gilde, 0. Fris. jelde, gild 

(guild J; gilde "fraternitas\ prompt. 193; 

Lidg. m. p. 207; g. 29; yelde 370; ilde 

(ms. ylde) misc. 96; 3ilden (pi. J Lay 

32001; gildes 3Ia7z. 14746. 

3ilde-, 3eldehalle guild-hall, Chauc. C. t. 
a 370; gildehalle ^^ praetor ium!\ prompt. 
193. 
jim, A.Sax. gimm, Lat. gemma, gem; 3im- 

mes (pi.) hom. 1, 259; Roh. 489, 15; 

gimmes Alls. 3152. 

3imstan Kath. 1662; 3imston «. r. 134; 
3imston (3emston) Lay 21143; imston 
(ms. ymston) misc. 98. 
^immen^ A.Sax. (a)gimmian, ge^n: pi 3im- 

mede bur hom. 1, 273. 
5ing see 3uiig. 

pippin yip, pipire, prompt. 538. 
^irueu see 3eorneii. 
jisel^ A.Sax. gisel, O.lcel. gisl, O.H.Germ. 

glsal, hostage, (ms. gysel) "obses", fragm. 

2, 24; 3isles (pi.) Lay 5324. 



^isseii, 3iscen see 3ltsen. 

^istreii- see 3estren-. 

jit^ A.Sax. O.L.Germ. git, ye, acpcw, hom. 

1, 93; Orm. 4498; mine siinen 3it beod 

beien Lay 5020. 
5it see 3et. 
^itsen^ A.Sax. gitsian, M.H.Germ. gitsen, 

gitesen, desire eagerly, covet; 3iscen a. r. 

196; & 3isced pah after muchele deale 

mare h. m. 29; iie gisce pu nog(t) din 

nestes ding st. gen. 3515. 
5itsere, A.Sax. gitsere, M.H.Germ. gitesaere, 

one who covets, a miser, hom. 1, 101; 

3]ssare (3iscere) a. r. 202; 3isceres (pl.J 

p. I. s. VIII, 135. 
^itsunge^ 3itsinge, A.Sax. gitsung, desiring , 

coveting. Lay 6560 8f 9490; 3itsung 

(ms. 3ittsunng) Orm. 4560; 3issunge a. 

r. 258; 3issinge p. r. I. p. 222; giscing 

st. gen. 1874; (misprinted gisting) rel. 

ant. 1, 216; issing (ms. yssing) misc. 

38; icinge ayenb. 16. 
jive see 3ife. 
jiyer see 3lfre. 
jixen see 3eoxen. 
)o, A.Sax. geo, gio, ju, O.L.Germ. O.H. 

Germ, giu, ju, Goth, ju, jam, quondam. 

3oman, A. Sax. geo-, jumann, yeoman 
(yeman, yuman). Will. 3649; Mand. 220; 
Isumb. 408; yomon Amad. ed. Web. 347; 
3oman, 3eman Chauc. C. t. a 101; 36— 
man a. p. 1, 534; s. a. c. ed. Wr. 
XXX, 5. 
5oc^ A.Sax. geoc, gioc, joe, O.lcel. ok, 0. 

H.Germ. joli, Lat. jugum, yoke, a. r. 156; 

(ms. 30CC) Orm. 4045; 30k voc. 234; 

c. I. 957; Chauc. C. t.' 7989; apol. 80; 

yok ayenb. 255; yok, 3I10C ps. 2, 3. 
5ode see eode. 
joken yoke, Gow. 2, 63; heo 3eokeden heora 

earmes Lay 1872; i3oket (part J rel. 

ant. 2, 210. 
)61, A.Sax. geol, O.lcel. jol, yule, festum 

nativitatis Christi, Orm. 1915; an. lit. 5; 



sole 



311W 



241 



Man. 10370: Gaw. 284: 3ole fdat.J Fer- 

eev. 1803. 

Seoldaei Xa). 22737: soldaj Orm. 11063: 

joldai s. a. c. XX, /. 
yolniht m. h. 101. 

56IC, A. Sax. geola, dccemher, Man. 47, 2: 
h. s. 81, J. 

^olkc t-ce 3eollve. 

pollen = 3elleii? yoH, ululare; ;^olle 0. a. 
n. 072: yolle f pros. J Ohauc. C. t. a 2672: 
3ollinge fv. r. 3ellinde) L h. r. 44: 
3ollide "iihilab(it'\ Wicl. judges 6. 

^olpen = 3elpen? yolp fyoivpj, gloriari: 
3olped fpret.J a. p. 2, 846. 

50IU see 3C0I11. 

^omer see 3eomer. 

5011 see 36011. 

50111! see 3eoiid. 

^oiiiler st^e 3eoiider. 

5ong see gang and 3iiiig. 

^oiigcn see gangen. 

5drc see 3eare. 

50U see eow. 

3ouIi|)C^ S'^^P^ ^'^-^ Z^Z^^^- 

^ouleu; L.Germ. joleii, jauleii? yowl f yawl J: 
i shal 3oule ^^uMaho\ JFiel. life. 1: 
3aiile (pres.) Gaw. 1453: 3aulit (^pret.) 
ant. Arth. VII, 0: see gouleii. 

50ur see eower. 

50W see eow. 

50XC see 3eoxe. 

5U see eow. 

)U5ettc, A. Sax. geogud, jogod, 0. L.Germ. 
jiiguth, jugiid, 0. II. Germ, jiiguiid, youth, 
juventus: ju3ede, 3uliede, 3603030 hom. 
1, 97, 100 Sf 143: 3U3ede, 3eo3ede 
Lay 6566 ^ 19837: ^M^i^diQ Kath. 1462: 
3upede a. r. 156: 3eo3ede p. I. s. VIII, 
188: 3eii3e]3e Rwlc. thes. 1, 224: yesepe 
ayenh. 69: youhpe rel. ant. 1, 173: 
3oupe, yoiithe Chaiic. C. t. a 461: yhoii- 
the pr. c. 5972. 

3upedeliod, A.Sax. geogudhad, 0. L.Germ. 
jugudhed, juventus, a. r. 342: gudhede 



rel. ant. 1, 209: 3owthede Isumb. 60; 
yhouthede pr. c. 57 13. 
5ui see 3ea. 
gulden see 3eldeii. 
jullcii see 3ellen. 
^ulpcii see 3eipen. 
^unc see inc. 
5ung, A.Sax. giuiig, jimg, geoiig, O.Fris. 

jung, joug, 0. L.Germ. jung, O.H.Germ, 

junger, C'oth. juggs, O.Ieel. ungr, young, 

La'i,. 376: Kath. 178: a. r. 6: Orm. 

1212: Ikh. 124: yhung, yhong pr. c. 

214 Sf 3785: 3ong c. I. 151; J.s. 437; 

a. p. 1, 412: yoiig Tor. 197 J : sing 

Mail. 2370: Amad. cd. Bohs. XL, 5; 

pe 3inge Degrov. 1807 : yongne (ace. m.) 

ayenh. 162; 3iinge fp)l.J 0. a. n. 1134; 

avow. Arth. VII^ :j ,- yimge Ilavel. 368;' 

3inge spec. 95: Isumb. 144: hid. Cov. 

73: 3ungre fcompar.J a. r. 424; gimgeste 

(superl.) sf. gen, 2190. 

';7^m\^\\^diQ javentus, Beh. 3: yonghede wi?sc?. 
71. 

3iinglic]i youngly, Bra..d. 33. 
^ungeii;, 0. II. Germ, jiuigen, make young; 

giiigen rel. ant. 1, 216. 
aonglliig/ ^.^'/.r. jangling, goongling, O.K. 

Germ, jiiiigeling, yon.igling, javeniif, Fior. 

a. Bl. 705: Trllt. 1, 79: m. t. 110; 

''''adolescens', Wicl. genes. 34; yongling 

Parten. 3843; 3ongeling Alis. 2366; 

3eongliiuros (pi.) La\. 28681. 
5uiigj)e = 3ii3ede, youngth, juventus, h. s. 

2810: 3ungthe prompt. 539; 3ongpe 

Wicl. genes. 48. 
5uril see 3erde. 
5urii see 3eorn. 
5urrcii, A.Sax. gyrran, jrom 3eorren? cry, 

shriek; 3uron Marh. 16, 4; Kath. 2040; 

3urde (pret.J Jul. 50. 
5ursteii- see 3estren-. 
5use see tinder 300,. 
5ut see 3et. 
5UW see eow. 

31 



242 



ha 



had 



ha see he. 

habben^ A. Sax. habban pret. hasfde, O.L, 
Germ, habbian, hebbean pret. habde, 0. 
Fris. habba, hebba pi^et. hede, 0. Icel. 
hafa pret. hafdi, 0. H. Germ, haben pret. 
babeta, Goth, haban pret. habaida, have, 
halere, Lay 145; Kath. 291; a. r. 14; 
habben and 6 wen c. I. 132; habbe ayenh. 
6; g. 332; habben, hafen Orm. 123 Sf 
4964; hebben AUs. 4940; haven IlaveJ. 
78; h. h. 98; have Will. 72; Lidg. m. 
p. 29; have ant holde spec. 35; havin, 
han prompt. 225; have, han Langl. h 
prol 109 8f 6\ 148; Chauc. C. t. a 490 
Sf 654; han s. s. ed. JVeh. 294; Mire 
1298; Hoccl I, 31; hafe Percev. 915; 
haebbe, habbe, A.Sax. haebbe, hafu, fpres.J 
Lay 464 8f 3216; habbe o. a. n. 174; 
Beh. 353; c. I. 329; habbe, hafe Orm. 
465 Sf 9b8; have JFill. 519; havest 
Lay 2275; a. r. 236; h. h. 57; hafest 
Orm. 12236; hast c. L 950; Jos. 350; 
best misc. 29; hafep Orm. 153; haved 
a. r. 10; havep o. a. n. 113; haved, 
hafd, h«fd Lay 1331, 1926 Sf 16019; 
havep, hap £ek 162 Sf 184; hap JVill. 
477; Chauc. C. t. a 915; ILoccl. I, 437; 
Lidg. m. p. 28; hep Shoreh. 95; ayenh. 
9; (we, 36, heo) habbed Lay 364 Sf 460; 
a. r. 2; habbep proclam. 2; treat. 135; 
ayenh. 8; habbe fsuhj.J o. a. n. 99; hsef- 
de, hafde, havede, hevede (pret.) Lay 
110, 226, 759, 4887 Sf 25414; hafde 
Orm. 6; hafde, hefde Kath. 289 Sf 322; 
hefde a. r. 124; havede Havel. 649; he- 
vede spec. 36; h. h. 7 ; hadde st. gen. 
3392; Band. 2; Chauc. C. t. a 48; 
Wicl. John 5; hedde c. I. 308; Jos. 503; 
hi hedden levere liese vour messen ayenh. 
31; haved (part. J Kath. 446; comp. bi-, 
ihabben. 

haberdashere haherdasher, Chauc. C. t. a 361. 

habile^ Fr. habile, hahilis; habil, hable Far- 
ten. 2355 Sf 4536; see able. 



habilite^ Fr. habilite, habilete, hahilitas, 
Parten. 2341. 

hacchc^ Swed. hack, L. Germ, heck, hatch 
(hack, heck J, o. a. n. 1058; (printed 
hatche) Marg. 222; hatche voc. 261 ; 
hecche, hek ^^antica', prompt. 231; hek 
^^ostioluwb', voc. 203; Town. myst. 106; 
hacches (pi. J Will. 2770; (printed hat- 
ches) Chauc. I. g. w. 648; hachches a, 
p. 3, 179; haches ant. Arth. XXXV, 6. 

hacchen^ Swed. hacka. Pan. haekke. Germ." 
hecken, hatch, parere, dep. R. 13, 4; 
ha3te, hayhte (pret. J o. a. n. 105; ihaht 
(part.) p. s. 237 . 

hache^ O.Fr. hache, M. II. Germ, hacke, se- 
curis, Jos. 503. 

hachctte, O.Fr. hachette, hatchet; hachet "se- 
curicula\ prompt. 220. 

hacken^ A.Sax. haccian, O.Dutch M.II.Germ. 
hacken, 0. Fris. (to)hakia, hack, caedere; 
hakkin prompt. 221; hakke and hewe 
Chauc. C. t. a 2865; hakke(?) after hOli- 
nesso Langl. h 19, 399; hacked (pres.) 
a. r. 298; hakken Jos. 512 ; hacke (im- 
per.) I. c. c. 52; hackede (pret.) a. r. 
298; comp. of-, tohacken. 

had, A.Sax. had, Goth, haidus, O.Icel. heidr 
m., O.H.Germ. heit 77i. /., O.L.Germ.. hed, 
O.Fris. -hed^ -hede /., -hood, -head, state, 
condition, order, form: kanunkes had & 
lif Orm. dedic. 9; had (hod) Lay 13267; 
hod ayenh. 235; (ms. hode) ^^ordinem", 
ps. 109, 4; hode (dat.) a. r. 318; of 
hede pus dwlnep he Goiv. 2, 117; his 
cote of pe same, hede Percev. 1103; ha- 
des (pi.) Marh. 11, 27; hodes (hades) a. 
r. 26; on preom hadan horn. 1, 99; comp. 
cniht-, man-, widewehad (-hod), child-, 
god-, 3U3ed-, mseidenhad (-hod), -hede, 
bald-, biter-, broder-, drunken-, fae3er-, 
fals-, ful-, ful-, furhti-, gal-, god-, 3eap-, 
3ung-, hali-, liht-, luper-, mad-, meok-, 
siker-, sop-, swike-, prsel-, wis-, wlanc-, 
wrecchehede. 



hadien 



h&ste 



243 



h^dien^ A.Sax. hadian, ordain; haded /j^^r^.y 

Orm. 10881 : liOded Zflt). 218o6^\- eomp. 

for-, i-, unhadien. 
hading^ A. Sax, hadung, ordination, Orm. 

15967. 
hadok haddock, rel. ant. 1, 81; liaddok voc. 

222; prompt. 220. 
haf fpret.J sustuli; haef; heaf (lieof) Lay 

1914 Sf 6768; hef Kath. 184; a. r. 

122; Alis. 2297; Chauc. Boet. 41; heven 

Lay 6789; J<:ath. 2495; Shoreh. 68; 

heven, O.Fris. heven, (part.) ps. 12, 3; 

iheven llich. thes. 1, 226; comp. a-, over-, 

uphaef (-haf). 
hafd, haeved see heaved. 
hseh see heah. 
hael see hal. 
h»le, A.Sax. hsel, hselu, O.L.Germ. heli, 0. 

JI.Germ. heili, from hal, heal, salus, Orm. 

5378; hele s. s. ed. Web. 2201; Will. 

597; Langl. 6, 261 (7, 246); Mand. 

11; a. p. 1, 16; pr. c. 1326; Degrev. 

1766; pa hele Lay 30551; mi sOule 

hele m. Arth. 3655; heele ^^sanitas\ 

prompt. 234; hele, heale a. r. 180 ^ 

312; hale rel. ant. 1, 274; hele (dat.) 

Mire 369; Chauc. C. t. a 3102; to go- 

dere plre h^ele Lay 3597; to goder /'mis- 
fc printed geder) hele come pou hider an. 

• lit. 9; heale LTath. 874; eomp. unhaele. 

healepater? a. r. 106. 

healepi medicine? a. r. 164; halepi Marh. 
14, 3; hal(e)wei p. I. s. XXXV, 84; 
haleweie fdat.J Lay 23071. 
hsslen^ A.Sax. haelan, O.L^.Germ. helean, 0. 

R.Germ. heilan, heal, sanare, Lay 26102; 
> Orm. 2218; heleri, healen a. r. 112 8f 

I 330; helen Havel. 1836; hele Wicl. John 

4; Lsumh. 486; m. h. 127; hale s. s. ed. 

Web. 1033; helde fpret.J misc. 39; Rob. 

244, 3; helde (healde) Lay 29541; 
t helden ayenb. 96; heled (part. J Will. 

f 1329; haled Man. 7, 6; pr. c. 8323; 

eomp. ihfifelen. 



h^lend^ A.Sax. hselend, O.H.Germ. heilant, 

saviour, La'^. 9144; hgelende Orm. 2216; 

helend Kath. 185; helinde a. r. 112. 
helere, 0. JI.Germ. heilari, healer, ham. i, 

83; helare Lay 9143^; misc. 40. 
hseled'; A.Sax. hseled, heoled? O.JJ.Germ, 

helid ftuguriumjf from helen? pa make- 
den heo htis & hseledes sikere Lay 1938. 
hsBled"^ A. Sax. haeled, heled, 0. L. Germ. 

helith, 0. JI. Germ, helid, armed man, 

warrior. Lay 11989; heledes (pi.) 1779. 
hsBld'C; A. Sax. li£eld, 0. JI.Germ. heilida, 

health, salus; helde La"). 29992; st. gen. 

2344; helpe ayenb. 172; Lidg. m. p. 69. 
h%neii see henen. 
hap see heap. 
bar, A.Sax. hser, O.JMs. her, O.L.Germ. 

O.JIGerm. O.Icel. har, hair, crinis, Orm. 

3208; her, heer La^. 7048^ ^ 21873*; 

Chauc. C t. a 589; heer ^^capillus, crinis\ 

prompt. 235; Mand. 81; har Iw. 823; 

8. s. ed. Web. 79; hor ant. Arth. XLV, 

13; her fpl.) a. r. 398; here Alis. 4989; 

heare fdat. pi.) o. a. n. 1550; comp. 

horsher. 

heerbond vitta crinalis, prompt. 236. 

herseve hair-sieve, I. c. c. 7 . 
hard see heard. 
hare, A.Sax. hsre, O.Jcel. hsera; 0. R.Germ. 

harre, hair-cloth; here La^. 17697; Beh. 

2231; heren, hearen fpl.) a. r. 10. 
heeri hairy, Wicl. genes. 27 . 
hariug; A.Sax. haering, O.Fris. hereng, 0. 

JI.Germ. harinc, herring, fragm. 3, 21; 

hering JJavel. 758; Alis. 6589; rel. ant. 

1, 83. 
harm see hearm. 
base, A.Sax. hses, from haten, eommandy 

Orm. 3537; hese, hes horn. 1, 165 Sc 

181; p. I. s. nil, 46 8f 174; heg 

misc. 61; has Alis. 444; comp. hihas, 

jehese, tithes. 
hesne command? hom. 1, 229 Sf 237 . 
haste hest, ju&sum, promissum; heste Beh. 



244 



hffite 



hahe 



381; c. I 172; Shoreh. 98; Alts. 1330; 
m. Arth. 3686; ane heste La^. 2494; 
hcaste ICath. 235; heste, best honi. i, 
11 Sf 125; a. r. 6 Sf 58; hest Chaue. 
C. t. 14062; heest Aud, 17; comp. bi- 
hffiste. 

h»te^ A.Sax. h^to, O.Fris. hete, O.Ii.Germ. 
heizi, from hat, heat, color, Orm. 13855; 
hete a. r. 238; mine. 37 ; treat. 136; a- 
yenh. 75; Fercev. 862; And. 46; heate 
Kath. 1701. 

h^teu^ A. Sax. hsetan, O.lcel. heita, O.H. 
Germ, heizen, heat, calcfacere, oale fieri; 
heaten a. r. 404 ; his heorte feng to bea- 
ten Jul. 21; hetin prompt. 238; hete 
Marg. 247; hette fpret.J Cham. p. f. 
145; ihat f part. J muc. 148; comp. an-, 
ofhseten. 

h«<te, A. Sax. hffed, 0. led. heidr, Goth. 
haipi, 0. II. Germ, heida, heath, campus 
incultus, erica, La"). 12819; hepe a. p. 2, 
535^ bethe prompt. 238; hethe, heeth 
Chauc. C. t. a 6; he}) p. I. s. XXIX, 
30; beep, beth Zangl. h 15, 451. 

hsejje, from had? 

hepelich, O.lcel. bffidiligr, contemptuous, 
Trist. 3, 55; bsepeli^ (adv.) Orm. 7408; 
hetheli m. h. 43; d. Arth. 268. 

h^|)Cii^ A. Sax. harden, 0. Fris. hethen, 0. 
L. Germ, bethin, 0. Icel. heidinn, 0. II. 
Germ, heidaner, from hgede, heathen, pa- 
ganus, Orm. 1948; bepen LangJ. h 15, 
451; Mand. 3; hepin Octav. 1598; hai- 
pen m. h. 99; pr. c.5521; Isimh. 424; 
pe hedene men La^. 12103. 
luependom paganism, Orm. 9673; headen- 

dom Kath. 35. 
bgedenescipe (beapensipe) paganism, La'^. 
14849. 

h£B|)Cii^ O.lcel. baida, rnoch, scorn; hepe spec. 
37; hsepen fpres.J Orm. 13682. 

h%|)ii)g5 O.lcel. heeding, scorn, contempt, Orm. 
19702; hoping s. s. ed. Weh. 91; ps. 
78, 4; Man. 273, 4; a. p. 2, 710; 



Amad. ed. llohs. II, 5; hething Town, 
myst. 174. 

\m<^tvkt^^ii paganism. Lay 29388; bepcnesse 
Langl. b 15, 435; Chauc. C. t. a 49. 

haewcii see beawen. 

haf see haef. 

hafcii see habben. 

haft, A.Sax. bseft, O.Ii.Germ. befti, O.lcel. 
bepti, haft fhefcj, capulus, p. s. 339; 
For. 1636; U'icl. deiiter. 19; heft ''ma- 
nuhriuni', prompt. 232; roc. 201; under 
heft and under band s. s. ed. Web. 259. 

haggc, M. II. Germ. backeC?), hag, anus, Langl. 
b 5, 191; heggeu fpl.J a. r. 216. 

haje, babe, hawe, A.Sax. haga, 0.. Dutch 
hage (baeghe), O.lcel. hagi, htw, sepesj 
septum, 0. a. n. 585 Sf 161 J; hawe 
Chauc. C. t. 14270; m. t. 167; hawe 
morum spina e albae, c. I. 505; Chauc. C. 
t. 6241 ; IIoccl. I, 380; al nas wurp an 
hawe Hob. 524, 20; hawen fpl J Alis. 
4983; bawes Will. 1811; Langl. 10, 10 
(11, 10 J; comp. chircbebawe. 
ha3(e)porn hawthorn, p. I. s. XIII, 187; 
naweporn Langl. b 16, 173. 

ha^el, A.Sax. bagol, baegel, bsegl, O.II. 
Germ,, hagal, hagel, O.lcel. hagl, hail, 
grando; bajel (hawel) La-^. 11975; ha- 
jel, hawel o. a. n. 1002; hawel treat. 
137; hail p]-om2it. 221; Langl. ed. Wr. 
8362. 

ha^eiieii, M. II. Germ, hagelen, haglen, hail, 
grandinare; haweli Brand. 32; hailin 
prompt. 221; hailes (pres.J voc. 201. 

ha^er, haher, bapur, O.lcel. bagr, apt, dex- 
terous, a. r. 52; ha3her Orm. 13471; 
hawer p. s. 155. 

ha^herlike aptly, Orm. 1214; hagher- 
lich(e) a. p. 2, 18. 

ha^icu, A.Sax. (on)hagian, O.Fris. (bi)bagia, 
O.L.Gcrm. (bi)bagon, O.lcel. haga, M.U. 
Germ, hagen, be expedient? jef me hahed 
hit hom. 1, 305; comp. biha3ien. 

halic see ha3e. 



hai 



half 



245 



hay, A. Sax. hmg(?), M. //. Gorm. liac gen. 
hages, hay, sepos, septum, Cliauc. r. r. 
64; heie fd.tj o. a. n. 819; per is a 
stoute hare in hir hay(e) Ilalliw. did. 
439; lia,yGS fpLj ps. 88, 41; comp. chirche- 
hay. 
hairif hayreve, -rif, ^Wuhia miiior\ prompt. 

221. 
heisngge haysiicTc, curruca, o. a. n. 605; 

hay-, heysugge Cham. p. f. 612. 
hayward huxjward, spec. 110; AUs. 6766; 
LahgL lo624; heipard a. r. 418; hei- 
ward ^U<gellarius\ prompt. 234. ■ 

baifare, A.Sax. heafore, heafre, heifer, vacca, 
voc. 177; haifre p. s. 239; hekfere prompt. 
234; voc. 260. 

hail see ha3el and hal. 

hail, 0. II. Germ, heil, 0. Icel. heill, Goth. 
haili, hail, salus: dronk hire hail lloh. 
118, 7 ; hail Marie ayenh. 262; hail seint 
Michel rel. ant. 2, 174; heil fair wlf lud. 
Gov. 26. 

hi-iliii, O.lcel. heilla? hail, ^'■salutare', prompt. 
233; hejlen Orm. 2814; haile fpres.J 
Langl. h 6, 101 ; hailede (haillede) fpret.J 
Lay 14968; heilede Langl. a 9, 10. 

hailscn see halsien. 

haiii, Dan. hegn, Swed. hagn n., M.H.Germ. 
hagen, haiu m., hain, septum: grete hertes 
in pe haines Halliw. diet. 439; fayere 
parkes inwip hainus Degrev. 70. 

hai]}eii see h^pen. 

hake ^^squilla', prompt. 222; spec. 31; Lidg. 
m. p. 201. 

hakele, A.Sax. hacele, Goth, hakuls, O.lcel. 
hokull, 0. 11. Germ, hachul, hackle, testis, 
rel. ant. 1, 129; hakel Gatv. 2081. 

hakeiie, hakenei, Fr. haquenee, Span, ha- 
canea, hackney, Langl. 6, 161 f318j. 

hal, A.Sax. hal, h&l, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. 
hel, O.lcel. heill, 0. II. Germ, heiler, Goth. 
hails, whole, hale (hole, hail), sanus, in- 
teger, Orm. 14818; s. s. ed. Weh. 1064; 
hal & fere horn. 1, 26; hpil pe scheld 



I 



is hal h. m. 16; hal (hail) beo pu Lay 
1498; hal and hsel fms. haeil) 12628; 
hael (hOl) & isund 1262; hoi st. gen, 
2776; Havel. 2076; Rob. 86, 18; ayenh. 
61; Will. 1666; lud. Cov. 374; betere 
is for te gon sic toupard heovene pen 
al hoi toupard helle a. r. 190; hoi & 
sound Man. 9667 ; hool ^^ sanus, integer \ 
prompt 242; IVicl. John 7; (he) was 
mad hool Mand. 88; an hool mOnep 134; 
heil ^'sanus\ prompt. 233; heil and sund 
rel. ant. 1, 210; hail AUs. 3080; hail 
be pou Mire 422; of ane hale yhere pr. 
G. 3933; hole fpl.J Langl. h 6, 61; comp. 
ihal, unhal. 
hOlliche wholly, Will. 946; hoUi m. Arth. 

936; Gaw. 1049; holli, hooUi Chauc. 

C. t. a 699. 
halsum, O.lcel. heilsamr, O.H.Germ. heil- 

samer, whclesome, Orm. 2916; holsum 

^'•saliiber\ prompt. 244; IIoccl. I, 248; 

holsom Chauc. Troil. 947 ; Lidg. m. p. 

66; helsum apol. 6. 
halpende, A.Sax. halpende, salubris, horn. 

1, 103; hkl'NQVi^Q Lay 2861; healupin- 

de a. r. 190. 
hald see heald. 

hale, from helen? secret place, corner? fdat.J- 
0. a. n. 2; p. s. 160; Mire 1384; hales 
fpl.J Man. 9280. 
half, A Sax. healf, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. half, 
* 0. Icel. halfr, 0. II. Germ, halber, Goth. 
halbs, half, dimidius, Mand. 99; m. h. 
91; an half 3er Rob. 492, 4; an half 
3er, half a jer Langl. 2, 204 (228); 
half pat gavel Lay 22439; half a jer 
p. I. s. XVII, 386; half here lif Bek. 
2424; Oder half, A.Sax. oder healf, 0. 
L. Germ., other half, 0. II. Germ, ander 
halp, one and a half. Lay 7 866; oper 
half Bek. 11; chron. Engl. 120; Man. 
3667; Other half mir. pi. 141; pridde 
half (Germ, dritte halb) yer two years and 
a half, h. h. 46; vifte half four and a 



246 



half 



Mlijnesse 



half, La^. 32196; half feorpe 3er three 
years and a half, Orm. 8621; half so 
freo sjpeo. 40; pet halve ^er Za). 3377; 
pet Oder halve jer a. r. 412; halve a 
marke Langl. h 6, 31 ; halfen face. m.J 
Man. 48, 17; pe .halven del Mand. 166; 
halve pa hiindes Lay 22444. 
halfded half-dead, Hob. 163, 10; hi biep 

halfdeade ayenb. 86. 
haelfjaru La^. 8667. 
halfsuster half-sister, Gaw. 2464. 

half, A. Sax. healf, O.L.Germ. half, O.Icel. 
halfa, O.II.Germ. halb, halba, Goth, hal- 
ba, half, dimidia pars, lotus, Rob. 168, 
1; Shoreh. 61; Langl. b 3, 337; pe 
verste half of pe leave ayenb. 1; bi are 
halve Lay 9460; £et pe oder heelve 6474; 
on ever iche halve a. r. 262; on oper 
half pes wateres 7nisc. 146; on pis half 
pe see Mand. 234; o godes halfe on the 
part, in the name, of god, Orm. 624; on 
his halfe Chauc. Troil. 2826; bl halve 
fjuxtaj ])an castle Lay 27913; bi halves 
France 11893; on hope halve Alls. 6474; 
comf. nord-, sudhalf. 

haliiiigc^ A.Sax. healfunga, dimidiatim, par- 
tim; halving Gow. 2, 66; halflunge a. r. 
364; halfliiiges halflings, Orm. 16676. 

halfter, A.Sax. healfter(?), haelfterC?), O.IL 

, Geo'7n. halftra, O.Dutch halfter, halter, 
halter (helter); helfter horn. 1, 63; halter 
0. a. n. 1028; Beh. 1174; helter, halter 
^^capistrmn\ prompt. 236; heltere Town, 
myst. 313. 

hal^ien^ A. Sax. halgian, O.II.Germ. heila- 
gon, from halij, hallow, sanctificare, Lay 
17496; hal^hen (ms. hall^henn) Orm. 
4413; hal^i aijenb. 237 ; halwin ^^consecra- 
). 224; halwe Rob. 164, 3; 



Gmv. 2, 370; Langl. b 16, 667; lud. 
Cov. 61; halo we Wicl. John 11; haleped 
(pres.) a. r. 396; halje (imperat.) Shoreh. 
93; hale^ede fpret.J Lay 22406; halted 
a. p. 2, 606; halyhed ps. 46, 6; hal- 



wide Wiol. genes. 2; hale wed (part.) 
Mand. 1; comp. ihaljien. 
halicii^ O.Fris. haiia, O.L.Germ. O.RGerm. 
halon, hale, haul (hale), ducere; halin 
^^trahere\ prompt. 223 ; to halie men fro 
helle Langl. b 8, 96; hale Gow. 2, 296; 
Chauc. p. f. 161; m. t. 613; a. p. 3, 
219; haled f pres. J rel. ant. 1, 214; ha- 
len Alis. 992; ant. Arth. XXXV, 6; 
halede fpret. J Lay 16712; ihsmledfpart.J 
Boh. 1497. 
hali^j A. Sax. halig, haleg Ettni. lex. 473, 
hselig Boat. ev. gloss., O.L.Germ. helag, 
O.Icel. heilagr, O.H.Germ. heiliger, hei- 
leger, heilager, from hal, holy fhalyjy 
sanctus, Orm. 641 ; hali Marh. 8 ; r. s. 
■ V, 263; pr. c. 3690; hali (holy) Lay 
10130; holi a. r. 10; c. I. 7; Shoreh. 
13; Mand. 1; Wicl. John 14; heli s^. 
gen. 61; rel. ant. 1, 23; halghe hallow, 
saint, pr. c. 6087; halewe Beh. 1086; 
pes halfen (hal^e) gastes ho7n. 1, 99; 
on halowe Thurs daye Ilalliw. diet. 430; 
haljen fpl.J Lay 10122; ayenb. 6; 
haljhen {mn. hall3henn) Orm. 6009; ha- 
lepen a. r. 124; halighes ps. 49, 6; 
halewes rel. a^it. 1, 38; lialwes, halowes 
Chauc. C. t. a 14; halupene, halejene 
(gen. pi.) a. r. 94 Sf330; alle halowene 
tid g. 361; holii3t(e) (superlat.) ayenb. 
64; comp. lifhali. 
halidei holiday, a. r. 20; haliday Langl' 

b 6, 409; Chauc. C. t. a 3309; a. p. 

2, 134. 
halidom, A. Sax. haligdom, 0. H. Germ. 

heiligtuom, sanctuary, relic. Lay 22609; 

Beh. 2273; g. 36; hali^domes (pi.) 

Orm. 1031. 
holihede, O.II.Germ. heiligheit, sanctity ^ 

ayenb. 247 . 
holilTche holily, ayenb. 74; halili3 Orm. 

16920. 
hali^nesse^ A. Sax. haligness, holiness, horn. 
1, 99; Orm. '8864; halinesse (holynisse) 



halke 



h^m 



247 



Lay 1820; holinesse, hoolinesse Chauc. 
C. t. h 713. 

halke^ dimin. of hale, as dalke of dale? 
secret place, corner, ^'■angulm, latibulum\ 
prompt. 223; Horn ed. Lum. 1087; a- 
yenh. 210; Chauc. C. t. 11433; halkes 
fpl.J a. p. 2, 104. 

halle^ A.Sax. lieall, O.L.Germ. 0. II. Germ. 
halla, O.Icel. holl, from helen? hall, ^^ au- 
la', prompt. 222; a. r. 192; spec. 48; 
s. s. ed. Web. 176; Chauc. C. t. a 2521; 
mir. pi. 165; pa halle Lay 28033: pare 
halle dure 20999; comp. gest-, 3ilde-, 
mOthalle. 

halimot court of the lord of the manor. 
Lay 31997. 

halm^ A.Sax. liealm, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. 
halm, O.Icel. halmr, Lat. calamus, Gr. 
xaXajJioc? halm (haum), ^^stipula\ prompt. 
223; manubrium, Gaw. 330. 

halow^ Germ, hallo, halloo, prompt. 223. 

hals, A.Sax. heals, hals, O.Fris. O.L.Germ. 
O.H.Germ. O.Icel. Goth, hals, hals (hause), 
"colluni\ prompt. 224; Orm. 4777; Ha- 
vel. 521; Langl. b prol.179; Rich. 2561; 
s. .«/ ed. Wr. 2223; Gaw. 621; Man. 
279, 18; d. Arth. 764; avow. Arth. 
LXV, 11; lud. Cov. 342; comp. wikhals. 
haubergh, 0. II. Germ, halsberg, hauberk, 
Gaw. 268. 

halsicn^ A.Sax. healsian(?), O.H.Germ. hal- 
sen, O.Icel. halsa, 'halse f hause J; halsin 
^^amplecti\ prompt. 224; halse Chauc. c. 
I. 1289; halsep and kissep Lidg. m. p. 
32. 

halsieii^ A.Sax. halsian, hselsian (augurari, 
obsecrarej, O.H.Germ. heilison f augurari J, 
0. Icel. heilsa fsalutarej, obsecrate, adjure, 
hom. 1, 45; halsie fpres.J a. r. 348; 
halsi Lay 32168; ich halsi pe o godes 
nome Marh. 17; halse Jos. 400; helsnl 
r= Ml^'vl ayenb. 253; hailse salute, Langl. 
b 5, 101; hailses Gaw. 972; hailse fi^n- 
perat.J Percev. 404; halside, hailside, 



hailsed fpret.J Langl. 8,10 (9, 10 J; hal- 
sed (part. J p. r. I. p. 85; a. p. 2, 1621. 

halsuiige^ A.Sax. halsung, obsecration, a. r. 
330. 

halt, A.Sax. healt, O.L.Germ. halt, O.Icel. 
haltr, Goth, halts, 0. II. Germ, halzer, 
halt, ^^claudus', prompt. 224; a. p. 2y 
102; const, mas. 154; halte fpl.J Orm. 
15499; Havel. 543; holte misc. 39; hal- 
ten fdat. pi.) hom. t 229. 

halter see halfter. 

haltiii, A.Sax. healtian, O.L.Germ. halton, 
0. Icel. helta, M. II. Germ, halzen, halt, 
^^claudicare", prompt. 224; halten Gow. 1^ 
310; hvMQiIoccl. VI, 42; haltinde ^p^r^.y 
^pec. 48; haltide fpret.J Wicl. genes. 32; 
halted ps. 17, 46. 

halve, O.H.Germ. halbe, halve, manubrium, 
Jos. 503; see helve. 

hah en, helven, M. H. Germ, halben, helben, 
halve, dimidiare? seiles per helfden Lay 
7851. 

halwieii see hal3ien. 

ham, L.Germ. hamm fpratum sepe cir cam- 
datum J? cmp. O.L.Germ. Hammaburg. 
Hamstude Hampstead, Rob. 416, 21. 
Hamtun, A.Sax. HamtOn, Hampton, Lay 
20547. 

ham, A.Sax. ham, O.L.Germ. hem, O.H. 
Germ, helm, O.Icel. heimr, Goth, haims, 
ho7ne, domus, vicus: hiis & ham Orm. 1608; 
ham sho hied fast Rv. 1836; pa was 
Verolam a swide kinewurde hom Lay 
19455; nute 30 . . . his hom 0. a. n. 
17 51; hom to faren st. gen. 17 11; come 
hom s. s. ed. Wr. 2499; hem lud. Cov. 
30; at hame Lay 2436; Orm. 12985; 
Percev. 338; at home Chauc. C. t. a 512; 
hames (hOmes) fpl.J Lay 19537. 
hamcume home-come, h. m. 31; hOmcome 

an. lit. 9; homkome Will. 807. 
hoomli ho7nely, "domesticus", prompt. 244; 
homli Chauc. C. t. 9666; a. p. 1, 1210; 
hCmli fadv.J pi. cr. 771. 



248 



hame 



band 



homlinesse hc^neUness, fammaritas, Chauc. 
C. t. ed. Tyrwh. p. 118. 

hamsokne '■^quite de entrer en autri ostel 
a force\ rel. ant. 1, 33. 

ham ward hom&ward, La-]. 23170: Beh. 
264; ham ward, homw ard Za7igl. 3, 18/ 
fW3j: homward st. (jen, 2376. 
hame^ A. S^rx. hauia, homa, O.L.Germ. (fe- 

dar-, lic)hamo, 0. 11 Germ, (lih)hamo, cu- 
tis, tegumcntum, vestimentum, prompt. 224; 

Alts. 391 ; comp. feder-, lichame (-home). 
hame^ Germ, hame, Dutch haam, hame, hel- 

cium: so are {)ey boimde in pe fendes 

hame h. s. 1140(1; hames fpl.J vcc. 168; 

comp. berwham. 
hanieleu^ A.S^ix. hamelian, 0. II. Germ, ha- 

malou, O.Iccl. hamla, hamUe, mutilare; 

hameled (part.) Chauc. Troil. 2056; i- 

hamled pi. cr. 300. 
hamcn? we are so hamid Town. myst. 98. 
haiiier^ A. Sax. hamor, homer, O.L.Germ. 

hamiir, 0. II. Germ. Iiamar, O.Icel. hamarr, 

hammer, malleus, Ilavel. 1877; hamer, 

hamiir Chauc. C. t. a 2508; hamur 

prompt. 225; hameres fpl.J Brand. 22; 

homeres a. r. 284. 

hamersmi}), Germ, hamerschmid, Wicl. 
genes. 4. 
hamcren hammer, mnlleare; homered fpret.J 

Gaw. 2311. 
haminc^ A. Sax hamm, liomm, . 0. II. Germ. 

hamma, O.Icel. horn, ham, ^'poples', prompt. 

225; hommeu (hammes) fpl.J a. r. 122; 

hommcs a. p. 2, 154L 
hampreu hamper, impedire; hampris fpres.J 

Will. 668; hampetde fpret.J Flor. 1175; 

hampred, hampered f part. J Will. 441 8f 

4694. 
handle^ Fr. hanche, haunch, d. Arth. 1100; 

haunche a. r. 280. 
hanil^ A. Sax. hand, hond pi. handa, O.L. 

Germ, hand pi. hendi, O.Icel. hond pi. 

hendr, Goth, handus pi. handjus, O.H. 

Germ, hant pi. hende, hand, manus, Orm. 



14684; Iw. 2086; Lldg. m. p. 49; an 
hand i 30W hete Begrev. 1400; hand, 
hond ayenh.^ 19 Sf 49; nime an hand 
143; liQudd. gen. 104; Bel. 299; Hand. 
172; ])e herre hond habben Kath. 758; 
he hed(d)e pe heire hond chron. Engl. 
268; peos children weoxen an liond La^. 
7165; pe punde pet ever pursed an hond 
a. r. 326; this false knight . . . berep 
hire on hond pat sche hap don pis ping 
Chauc. C. t. I) 620; an honde sullen La^j. 
31580; heo eoden an honde f O.Icel. 
gengu a hond, submitted J ])an kinge Gur- 
munde 28964; honde fdat.J Chauc. C. t. 
a 2376; wind heom stod an honde La}. 
22313; habbe an honde spec. 41; bivo- 
ren hond a. r. il2; pe hundred pousend 
marc were ipaid bivore hond Bob. 489, 
13; honde fpl.J misc. 53; Horn 200; p. 
I. s.^ XVII, 170; hende Iw. 3151; pr. 
c. 3214; Town. myst. 125; honden flat. 
pi. J ayenb. 235; Jos. 272. 
handbarow(e), -barwe hand-barrow, prompt. 

225. 
handeorcde, Germ, handbreite, Chauc. C. 

t. a 3811; handibreede TFicl. M%. 40. 
handclod rel. ant. 1, 129. 
houdcops "■manica", fragm. 5, 3. 
handfaesten handfast, in 7na7mm tradcre; 

handfest fpart.J Orm. 2389; he heo 

liEefde ihondfaest Xrp,. 2251. 
handfal handfid, Orm. 8648; honfiii a. 

r. 254. 
handgang, O.Icel. handganga? Orm. 13254. 
haiideperc, A.Sax. handgepeorc, handiwork, 

Orm. 5054; hondiwerc rel. ant. 1, 48; 

hondiwerk spec. 60. 
handeprit, A.S.x. handgeprit, Or^n. 13566. 
hondlipile monient, Kath. 2183"^''; hand- 

phile Orm. 12166; hondhpule a. r. 94; 

hondewhile a. p. 2, 17 86. 
hondssex Zw^. 647 4. 
handsale, O.Icel. handsal, handsel f hansel J; 

hansale ^^strena\ prompt. 226; hansel 



handel 



happi 



24a 



F Gow. 2, 373; dep. R. 30; hansel, lion- 

sel Langl o, 169 (326). 
handsellen, A. Sax. jmndsellan(V), O.Icel. 
handselja, handsell, in manum trader e: 
L . ha pes him sone ihondsald Jul. 7 . 
J handsom, 0. Dutch handsam, handsome, 
'for. 1301 ; handsum ^^manualis\ prompt. 
225. 
hondwerk, M. II. Germ, hantwerc, Will. 
029; see handeperc. 
haudel^ A. Sax. handel, handle, manubrium; 
handil prompt. 22 o; hondlen (dat. pi.) 
Jul. 50. 
haniUieu^ A.Sax. handlian, O.H.Germ. hanta- 
lon, handle; handlin "manu tractare, pal- 
pare \ prompt. 225; handlen Orw. 18013; 
Havel. 347; hondlien La-^,. 1338; hondlen 
a. r. 37 8; handlep fpres.) ayenh. »235; 
handlede fpret.) horn. 2, 47; Beh. 1083; 
hondlede a. r. 318. 
handliiige handling, ayenh. 46; hondlunge a» 

r. 60. 
hane^ A.Sax. Goth, hana, O.H.Germ. hano, 
O.Icel. hani, gallus. 

hancraede, O.H.Germ. hanachrat, galli can- 
tus: on hancrede Mark 13, 35. 
hanecrau ^^ galli cantus\ hom. 2, 30. 
haiigeii^ O.i^^/. hanga(?), hang, pendere: heo 
isei3en heore beam hangen ffor hangien ?) 
La'^. 5725; hangen a feloun Langl. b 18, 
377; heng, A.Sax. O.Fris. heng, 0. H. 
Germ, hiang, O.Icel. hekk, fpret.) Orm. 
7330; St. gen. 3800; Will. 734; Alis. 
6750; Mand. 03; heng, heeng Chauc. C. 
t. a 160; hing Rich. 5053; hengen La-i,. 
5722; Shoreh. 85; hengen, heengen 
Langl. 1, 148 (172); henge Man. 3624; 
hingen Gow. 2, 47; hangen, A.Sax. han- 
gen, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. (bi-, ar-, ge)- 
hangan, O.Icel. hanginn, (part.) st. gen. 
4074; jif pu art parover ihonge o. a. 
n. 1136; comp. an-, bihangen; deriv. 
hangien, henge, hengel, hengen. 
hangien^ A.Sax. hangian, hongian, O.L.Germ. 



hangon, O.H.Germ. hangen pret. hangeta, 
O.Icel. hanga ^r^^. hangdi, hang, pendere: 
heo sculden hongien (hongie) on heje 
treowen La^. 510; hongi o. a. n. 816; 
ayenb. 31; hongep (pres.) treat. 137; 
hangede, hongede (pret.) La-^,. 13100 Sf 
20550; per ure loverd hongede a. r. 
106; hongede, hanged Langl. 1, 66 (68); 
hangide '■^suspendi' , Wicl. genes. 24; hon- 
geden Kath. 331; hanged (part.) Langl. 
b prol. 176; honged Will. 2086; L T, 
070; comp. an-, bi-, uphangien. 

haiiiper^ OJr. hanapier, hamper, "canistrum'\ 
prompt. 226. 

haukeii^ O.Icel. hanka(?), hank, ligare? iha- 
neked (ihancked?) mid golde Za). 25872. 

hausale see handsale. 

hauiiseu = enhansen, Jos. 232. 

haunteiij O.Fr. hanter, haunt, pi. cr. 771; 
exercen or haunten Chauc. Boet. 1380;-^ 
hauntede (pret.) Rob. 534, 20; haunted 
(part.) pr. c. 6344. 

hap^ O.Icel. happ, hap, fortuna, Kath. 187 ; 
Jul. 60; Will. 414; Langl. h 12, 108; 
ps. 00, 12; god hap Rob. 412, 2; Sho- 
reh. 52; hap, hsep La^. 816 8f 3857; 
happes (pi.) spec. 24; Lidg. m. p. 225; 
comp. un-, wiperhap. 

happen hap, happen; happe Langl. h 6, 47; 
Chauc. C. t. a 585; Hoccl. VI, 70; hap- 
pep (pres.) Mand. 242; Lidg. m. p, 27; 
happede (pret.) Man. 5518; happed Gow. 
1, 100. 

happen hap, involvere; happ in prompt. 226; 
happe Gaw. 1224; Flor. 112; happe 
(imperat.) a. p. 2, 626; happed (pret.) 
Matt. 0017; Percev. 2244; happid m. t. 
71; happid Y^<?r^.y/ Town. myst. 08. 

happen^ O.Icel. heppinn, fortunate, a. p. 5, 
13. 

happeneii happen; happenep (pres.) Mand. 
158; happene (subjunct.) d. Arth. 1269. 

happi happy, prompt. 226; pr, c. 1334; d. 
Arth. 1741. 

32 



250 



h^r 



hasel 



happillche happily^ Will. 2495. 
har, A. Sax. har, O.Icel. harr, hoar, camis; 

hor Brand. 12; Jos. 648; ich am old 

and lior (hoor) Langl. 7, 76 (6, 85 J; 

hoor Chauc. C. t. a 3878; tO a forest 

highe and hore m. Arth. 314; hare fpl.j 

Trist. i, 35; Percev. 230; hore Gaw. 

743; Orph. 207. 

hoorfrost hoar-frost, pruina, Wicl. exod. 
16; horforst treat. 137. 
har see hser. 
hard see heard. 
harden see hearden. 
hardly Fr. hardi, hardy, Kath. 1745; misc. 

40; Bel. 70; ayenb. 83; Langl. h 19, 

285; a. p. 2, 143; hardi & bold st, gen. 

2121; herdi a. r. 56; hardi ere /'com^^r.y 

Lay4348^\' Beh.964; hardi este /^sw^^r/.y 

Z«). 4181''. 

hardiliche hardily, Kath. 676; hardili a. 
p. 1, 3. 

hardi nesse hardiness, Langl. b 19, 31. 
hardiesse^ Fr. hardiesse, ayenb. 83. 
hare, A.Sax. hara, O.Icel. heri, O.II.Germ. 

haso, hare, lepus, o. a. n. 373; Havel. 

1994; Bob. 457, 15; ayenb. 75; Chauc. 

C. t. a 684; Man. 5184; I c. c. 21. 

harefot harefoot, rel. ant. 1, 36. 
hareU; A.Sax. harian, become hoar, canescere; 

hore rel. ant. 1, 125; Alts. 1597; hore 

fpres.J spec. 50. 
hariiii, O.Fr. harier, harry, "trahere", prompt. 

227; haried ("part. J Chauc. C. t. a 2726. 
harlen, O.Fr. hareler, harl, trahere; harli 

p. I. s. XXI, 131 ; harlede fpret.J Brand. 

11; hii harlede him out of churche Bob. 

536, 5; haried (part.) Gaw. 7 44; haried 

(? ms. arled) mottled, st. gen. 1723. 
harlot harlot, "scurra\ rel. ant. 1, 7; a. r. 

356; Langl. b 17, 108; Chauc. C. t. a 
. 647; a. p. 2, 39; Lidg. m. p. 52; I own. 

mijst. 248; lud. Cov. 217. 
harlotrie harlotry, p. I. s. XXV, 132; Chauc. 

a t. a 3145. 



harm see hearm. 

harneis, O.Fr. harneis, Welsh harnais, Bret. 

harnez, harness, "arma, phakrae', prompt. 

228; Will. 1582. 
harueisin harness, ^^armare\ prompt. 228; 

harnesche Alis. 4708. 
haro, 0. Fr. haro, haraii, hareu, harrow, 

Town. myst. 14. 
harpe, A.Sax. hearpe, O.Icel. harpa, O.II. 

Germ, harpha, harfa, harp, a. p. 1, 880; 

Lidg. m. p. 30; pa harpe (hearpe) Lay 

4898. 
harpieii, A.Sax. hearpian, harp. Lay 20311; 

harpe p. I. s. IX, 179; harpeden fpret./ 

Langl. b 18, 405. 
harpinge, A.Sax. hearpung, harping. Lay 

22702. 
harre see heorre. 
harsk, Ban. harsk, harsh, prompt. 228; d. 

Arth. 1084. 
harwe, harowe, A.Sax. hyrpe(?), O.Icel. harfr, 

herfi, harrow, occa, irpex, prompt. 228; 

harowe <coc. 234; harwes, harewes (pi.} 

Langl. b 19, 268. 
harwiii harrow, occare, prompt. 228; har- 

wen, harewen Langl. h 19, 263. 
has, A.Sax. has, O.Icel. hass, O.II.Germ. 

heiser, 0. Butch hesch, hersch, hoarse^ 

raucus, Iw. 3620; hos Iz. T. 599; Town. 

myst. 109; hoos, hors ^^raucus\ prompt. 

248; hos, hoos, hors Langl. b 17, 324; 

hors Chauc. b. duch. 347 ; mid stefne hose 

0. a. n. 504; hoose, horse ^^raucae\ Wicl. 

ps. 68. 

hooshede, hoorshede ''raucitas\ prompt. 
248. 
hasard, Fr. hasard, hazard, Havel. 2326; 

hazard ayenb. 17 1. 
hasel, A.Sax. haesel, O.Icel. hasl, O.II.Germ, 

hasal, ha' el, corylus, Gaw. 744; hasil voc. 

181; hesil prompt. 238; rel. ant. 1, 53; 

hasles (pi.) La\ 8696. 

haselbou rel. ant. 1, 243. 

haseluote hazel-nut. Will. 1811; Mand. 158^ 



hasnesse 



haten 



25i 



hoosiiesse^ hoorsnesse, A.Sax. hasniss, hoarse- 
ness, ^^raucitas', prompt. 248. 
haspe^ A.Sax. hsesp, haeps, 0. Butch M.II. 

Germ, haspe, O.Icel. hespa, hasp fhapse, 

hespj, Chauc. C. t. a 3470; Gaw. 1233; 

and undernepe is an hasp(e) shet wip a 

stapil and a clasp(e) Rich. 4083; hespe 

^^sera\ fragm. 3, 69; voc. 237 ; ^^pessulum, 

mataxd\ prompt. 238; of grete haspis 

wer(e) pe reinis Odov. 1442. 
haspcu^ A.Sax. hsespian, hasp; hasped /^^ar^.y 

Gaw. 607; a. p. 2, 419; a dore . . . 

haspet ful faste/os. 205; ihasped, ihaspet 

Zangl. 1, 171 fl9dj. 
hassok hassock, prompt. 228. 
haste^ 0. Fris. hast, 0. Dutch haste, haste, 

"festinatio\ prompt. 228; Chauc. C. t. a 

3545; an haste ayenb. 31; in alle haste 

Mand. 243. 

hasteliche, O.Fris. hastelike, festinanter, 
Bel. 1929; Alis. 2825; hasteli Will. 
597; Gow. 2, 262. 
hasten^ 0. Butch hasten, haste, hasten, festi- 

nare, Gow. 1, 336; Chauc. C. t. 8854; 

hastede (pret.) Beh. 272; ayenh. 174; 

hastide Wicl. genes. 29. 
hasti, O.Fris. 0. Butch hastig, hasty. Will. 

475; 3Iand. 243; pr. c. 1548. 

hastiliche hastily, Langl. b 19, 353; hasti- 
lich s. s, ed. Wr. 317. 

hastinesse hastiness, lloh. 475, 1. 
hastif; O.Fr. hastif, festinus, ayenb. 183; 

a. p. 3, 520. 
haswcd^ from A. Sax. hasu, 0. Icel. hoss 

ffulvus, cinereusj? haswed (h)aiied or grei 

st. gen. 1723. 
hat, A.Sax, hsett, O.Icel. hottr, hat, pileus, 

Beves 408; Chauc. C. t. a 470 Sf 1388; 

hatte fdat.J Langl. h 5, 536. 
hat, A.Sax. hat, O.L.Germ. het, O.Icel. heitr, 

O.H.Germ. heizer, hot, calidus, Orm. 1564; 

Iw. 2030; hat hunger horn. 1, 277; hat 

herte Kath. 2147; hat, hot La^. 2850 

Sf 29281; hot a. r. 190; o. a. n. 1275; 



hoot ^^calidus, fervidm\ prompt. 249; 
Mand. 55; Lidg. m. p. 193; hot fot im- 
mediately, Mapes 339; fot hot s. s. ed, 
Web. 843; k. T. 104; Chauc. C. t. b 438; 
hot fsulst.J ayenb. 139; pat uvel hate 
(hot evil) Lay 30550; pe hote (hoote) 
somer Chauc. C. t. a 394; hote it schon 
Alis. 572; lovep so hote (hoote) Chauc. 
C. t. a 1737; hate fplj Fercev. 1969; 
hattre fcompar.J p. I. s. VIII, 126; a, 
r. 400; hattore lloh. 531, 22. 
hat, A.Sax. (ge)hat, O.Icel. heit, O.H.Germ. 
(ge)heiz, command, promise, Orm. 13822; 
hot st. gen. 935; Man. 69, 3; hete fdat.J 
Amad. ed. Web. 440; hates, hotes "vota\ 
ps. 49, 14; comp. bihat. 
hate, A.Sax. hete, O.L.Germ. heti, O.Butch 
hate, O.H.Germ. haz, hate, '^ odium', prompt. 
229; Bel. 1665; ayenb. 29; Gow. 1, 40; 
Wicl. John 15; IIoccl. I, 19; hate, hete 
Shoreh. 84 ^ 161; Man. 3956; hunger 
& hete (hate) Z^^. 20728; hete o. a. n. 
167; s. 8. ed. Web. 1205; li b. disc. 
198; purh hete & nip Orm. 1404. 
hetefeste Jul. 58; heteveste Marh. 10 ^ 

29; a. r. 306. 
hatelich, A.Sax. hetelic, hately, odiosusy 
infensus, c. I. 682; hetelike (ad/v.) Ha- 
vel. 2655; hetelTch Ell. ram. 2, 82; ha 
pe bunden spa heteli faste horn. 1, 281. 
hatereden hatred, ps. 24, 19; hatreden 
pr. c. 3363; haterede Wart. hist. 2, 5; 
hatrede hom. 1, 233; Langl. 1639; 
Man. 8992. 
hatel, A.Sax. hatol, heto](?), O.L.Germ. ha- 
tul, hattle, hettle, infensus, crudelis, st. 
gen. 2544; a. p. 2, 227; heatel hom. 1, 
253; hetel sperd a. r. 400; hatele reve 
Marh. 6; (pis) hatele tintreohe Kath, 
1971; hatelest fsuperlat.J Marh. 22. 
haten, A.Sax. hatan, O.L.Germ. hetan, 0, 
Fris. beta, Goth, haitan, O.Icel. heita, 0. 
H.Germ. heizan, command, promise: ^et 
ich wule haten (bote) mare La"^ 23384; 



252 



Latere 



havene 



ich wule . . . liaten liine hijindllche cu- 
men to mine riche 31607 ; hotin "/?ro- 
tnittere\ prompty 249; hote p. I. s. XIX, 
58; haite lYist. 3, 69; hete mir. pi. 
162; hoten he called, o. a. n. 266; hote 
Arcite Chauc. C. t. ed. Wr. 1669; hote 
fpres.J command, promise, Beh. 479; s. s. 
ed. Wr. 611; hote, hete Will 672 Sf 
1123; hete Begrev. 1400; ant. Arth. 
XIX, 1; Aud. 28; hated Z«). 3648; 
hOtep Alis. 1216; hat Kath. 364; a. r. 
6; c. I. 1006; ayenh. 78; hit dep pat 
mon hit hot o. a. n. 779; hi hotep «- 
yenl. 122; hatte, A. Sax. hatte, hsette, 
Goth, haitada, 0. H. Germ, heizzo, am 
colled, Kath. 1788; ayenb. 1; s. s. ed. 
Wr. 223; Gaw. 381; m. h. 149; ich 
hatte GrodlacX<?5. 4643; hette a. r. 134 
Sf 198; pe furste doubter hette Merci c. 
I. 300; what hattestou Zany I. b 20, 337; 
het, A. Sax. het, heht, O.Icel. het, O.L. 
Germ, het, hiet, Goth, haihait, O.II.Germ. 
hiaz, hiez, fpret.J commanded, promised, 
Kath. 412; Orm. 4922; st. gen. 2366; 
ayenh. 6; heet Langl. h 20, 271; het, 
hi^t Will. 68 Sf 621; [hsehte, hehte, 
heihte La^. 424, 2049 Sf 4221; hehte 
Kath. 433; hijte c. I. 176]; pu hete 
Kath. 640; (heo) hehten La^. 26347; 
highten Gow. 2, 173; hette, A.Sax. hatte, 
hight, was called, ayenh. 41; het Havel. 
2348; Beh 90; het, higte st. gen. 747 
Sf 2689; hi3te, hl3t Langl. h 18, 116; 
hlghte Chauc. C. t. a 860; hight(e) Tor. 
101; hight pr. c. 966; haten f part J 
called, La\ 3166; Orm. 6200; hoten st. 
gen. 101; Ravel. 106; Will. 406; was 
hoten Marcius s. s. ed. Wr. 92; camp. 
hi-, for-, ^ehaten; deriv. hsit, hfese, haeste. 

hatcrc see hatre. 

hatieii^ A.Sax. hatian, Goth, hatjan, O.Icel. 
hata, O.L.Germ. haten, haton, O.II.Germ. 
hazen, hazon, hate, odisse, La^. 14681; 
horn. 2, 6; a. r. 88; hatien, hatyen 



Langl. h 10, 93; hatye ayenh. 73; haten 

Orm. 6062; hated fpres.J a. r. 224; 

(pe) hatied Marh. 17; hatede fpret.J a. 

r. 130; Havel. 1188; hateden Xa^. 6878; 

hated f part. J spec. 37; ihated Alis. 1644. 
hatinge^ O.II.Germ. (pi)heizunga, promise; 

hetinge Halliw. diet. 447; mir. pi. 136. 
hatre, A.Sax. haetru pi. of *hs6t, M.H.Germ. 

ha^ ? garments, clothes : he dude of al hire 

hatere ass. 149; hatere fas singul.J Langl. 

h 14, 1; hateren fdat. pi. J a. r. 104; 

hatere a. p. 2, 33; naked pei gop wip- 

outen hater(e) Alis. 7064; hateren fas 

mm. J La->,. 30778; hattren fas ace. J spec. 

110. 
hatuiige, A.Sax. hatung, hating, odium, a, 

r. 200; hatinge Lay 8321, 
haff, O.Icel. had, scam, contempt. 

hadful horn. 1, 279. 
hauk see havec. 
hautaiii, Fr. hautain, Parten. 2829; hautein 

Will. 472. 
have, O.II.Germ. haba, possession, property? 

see haven. 

haveles, O.II.Germ. habeloser? inops, horn. 

1, 111; Gow. 2, 214; p. r. I. p. 74. 
havelcste inopia, hom. 1, 116. 

havec, A.Sax. heafoc, hafoc, O.Fris. hauk, 
O.Icel. haukr, O.II.Germ. habuh, hapuh, 
hawh, accipiter, o. a. n. 307 ; havek rel. 
ant. 1, 266; hauk Chauc. C. t. 7620; 
hevekes fgeti.J rel. ant. 1, 227; havekes 
fpl.) La\ 3268; spec. 106; haukes Langl. 
h 4, 126; comp. goshauc. 

haven? 

havenleas, A.Sax. hafenleas, "inops\fragm. 

2, 46. 

haven, M.H.Germ. h&hen, Lat. capere? haave, 

toller e; have fpres.J ant. Arth. XV, 6; 

see hof. 
haven see habben. 
havene, A.Sax. hsefene ace. lisefenan Sax. 

chron. 162 ^' 226, O.Dutch havene, M. 

H. Germ, habeue, 0. Icel. hofn, haven. 



havere 



he 



25S 



yortus\ prompt. 230; Roh. 04, 9; JIoccl 
IV, 9; pa havene Lay 8566; havene 
fdnt.J B$h 1160; ayenh. 182; Wid. 569; 
pare havene La-^. 4532. 

havere^ O.L.Germ. havoro, havero, O.lcel. 
hafri, 0. II. Germ, habaro, haver, arena ; 
hafir voc. 233. 
havercake Langl. h 6, 284. 
havirstraa IlaUiw. diet. 438. 

hawe see lia3e. 

hawe Uvidus? hawe as pe leed Chauc. test. 
Ores. 257; hawe (haa) hew ant.^ Arth. 
II, 5. 

hawel see ha3el. 

hawen^ A. Sax. hapian, haw, spectare; comp. 
bihawen. 

hawer see ha^er. 

hawere, A. Sax. hapere(?), speculator; hau- 
weres fpl.j Lay 30465. 

he, A. Sax. he, O.L.Germ. he, hi, O.Fris. 
hi, Goth, his, is ? OJI.Germ. ir, er? Lat. 
is? he. Lay 3; Orm. 7; his fgen.J his, 
ejus, Orm. 32; his heorte cor suum. Lay 
149; his godes suos deos, Marh. 4; a3en 
pe king and his Bek. 1576; him fdat.J 
him, ei, La's,. 48; sche s,s\'bY \iim f to him J 
Chauc. C. t. 6543; him f/or hine) liath 
2270; Orm. 208; Havel 30; Itoh. 10 
24; hine ^acc.J eum. Lay 3!^3; a. r. 58^ 

0. a. n. 471; Horn ed. Lum. 1028 
chron, Engl. 612; Shoreh. 4; ayenh. 7 
hine,' hin st. gen. 3004 &," 3468; heo 
A.Sax. heo, hio, O.Fris. hio, hiu, fnom 
ace.) hoc, ea, a. r. 8; Boh. 237 , 15; c. 

1. 301; Mire 86; Langl. 3, 29 (30 J 
Aud. 59; heo (360) Lay 144 ^' 1147 
heo, ho (ho?) hom. 1, 83 ^ 93; heo, ha 
(ha?) ITath. 80 ^- 117; Marh. 2 Sf 6' 
heo, ho, he (he?), hi (hi?) 0. a. n. 19 
32, 401 Sf 934; hie rel. ant. 1, 128 
misc. 29; lai le fr. 114; hue Horn 76 
Ali8. ed. Sk. 34; he spec. 26; hi hom 
1, 227; Shoreh. 136; ayenh. 16 Sf 106 
ho pi. cr. 411; a. p. 1, 177; ant. Arth 



I, 13; 3ho Onn. 115; 3ho, 30 p. /. «. 
///, 79 Sf 84; ghe, ge st. gen. 237 Sf 
1024; 3he WUi. 119; hire fgen. dat.J 
her, Lay 192; Onn. 235; Bek. 61; hire 
l^eij puhte god in hire ("suoj heorte to 
habbe monie under liire fsej Kath, 85; 
al is hire a. r. 46; bi hire side Havel, 
127 ; hire, hir Langl. 3, 8; Chauc. C. t. 
a 925; hire, here Will. 153 Sf 1716; 
hir Bercev. 190; i moot been hires (for 
hire) Chauc. C. t. h 227 ; hire (for heo, 
ace. J Kath. 126; st. gen. 971; HaveL 
316; Bel. 68; Alis. 525; hit, A.Sax. 
O.Fris. hit, O.L.Germ. it? O.H.Germ. iz? 
Lat. id? fno7n. ace. J ity Lay 11; a. r, 
4; 0. a. n. 41; Bek. 25; spec. 34; Sho- 
reh. 30; h. h. 160; Alis. 166; s. s. ed, 
Weh. 277; Mire 20; Eglam. 49; hit, it 
Langl. prol. 32; it Orm. 763; Havel. 77; 
Mand. 13; Chaue. C. t. a 39; pr. c. 40; 
it, et st. gen. 126 ^ 590; his fgen.J 
treat. 139; him /"dat.J hom. 2, 119; heo, 
A.Sax. heo, hea, hio, hie, hi, O.Fris. hia, 
fnc9n. ace. pi. J ii^ eae, ea, eos, eas, a. r. 
142; c. I. 52; proclam. 4; heo, ha (hii) 
Lay 283 Sf 5365; heo hi (hi?) dslep 
fragm. 6, 9; heo, ho, ha (ha?) hom. 1, 
5, 23 Sf^ 81 ; heo, ha Kath. 264 Sf 648; 
heo, ho, hi 0. a. n. 66, 76, 926 Sf 1257; 
heo, hii Boh. 45, 11 ^ 237, 5; Langl. 
prol. 43; hio hom. 1, 223; hie rel. ant. 
1, 128; hi p. I. s. VIII, 21; Shoreh. 
16; ayenh. 9; hue h. h. 237; he (he?) 
s^. gen. 379; Havel. 162; spec, 75; ha 
Marh. 2; heore fgeii. pi. J eorum, earum^ 
Lay 25; p. I. s, VIII, 146; heore, hore 
a. r. 28; heore, here Orw. 119 Sf 413; 
here Havel. 52; Mand. 11; Chauc. C. t. 
a 588; Degrev. 756; here beire red Bek. 
2438; hare Kath. 304; huere non Horn 
1260; hire ayenb. 6; heom (dat. pi. J m, 
p. I. s. VIII, 146; Alis. 61; heom, hem, 
him (ham, 3am, him) Lay 26, 413, 763. 
Sf 6191; heom, hom, hem 0. a. n. 62 y 



S54 



head 



healden 



639 Sf 1615; hem st. gen. 305; Will. 
169; Mand. 11; Cham. C. t. a 18; Tor. 
1198; HoGcl V, 12; fms. hemm) Orm. 
145; ech of hem treat. 132; ham fragm. 
6, 25; a. r. 30; hom Gaw. 819; Degrev. 
2; ant. Arth. X, 13; heom (for heo, ace. 
pi. J La^^. 358; 0. a. n. 1253; ham ffor 
ha, ace. pi. J a. r. 8; Kath. 280. 

head see heaved. 

hcaf see haef. 

heafdieu^ A. Sax. (be)heafdian, O.H.Germ. 
houbeten, head; hefedin, hedin ^^decollare\ 
prompt. 231; comp. biheafdien. 

heah, A. Sax. heah, heh, O.Fris. hach, 0. 
Icel. har, 0. L. Germ, hoh, 0. II. Germ. 
hoher, Goth, haiihs, high f heigh J, alius, 
celsus, hom. 1, 225; heh Orm. 2347; 
honged hire on heh fon high, in. altum) 
Marh. 5; hej Beh. 649; an hej treat. 
132; Shoreh. 82; heg st. gen. 2011; 
hegh pr. c. 1872; Isumb. 16; hsbh, heih, 
hey la^. 128, 985 Sf 2452; heih a. r. 
130; hey prompt. 232; Havel- 1083; 
heigh, high Chauc. ('. t. a 316, hij Flor. 
a. Bl. 151; on high s. s. ed. JVr. 2830; 
pe he3e strete p. I. s. XV II^ 367 ; pe 
hei^e (heigh e) wey Langl. 10, 155 (11, 
111); pis highe qvene Goto. 2, 113; an 
hije strete Tor. 1526; him po^t it was 
hie time Ilalliw. diet. 449; he3e (adv.) 
o. a. n. 989; hejhe fle^hen Orm. 5991; 
lieie a. r. 424 ; hge^en (dat. on. n.) La\ 
6849; heahere (dat. f.) hom. 1, 243; 
mid hsejere strengde La\ 2188; hgehne 
{ace. m.) La\ 8082; heye men llavel. 
958; h^jere (ge7i. pi) Lay 30909; 
hehre (ms. hehhre) (compar.) Orm. 6297 ; 
herre Kath. 768; Marh. 6; a. r. 352; 
€. a. n. 1637; L%ngl 2, 21 (28); pa 
herre endes Zay 7835; heire chron. Engl 
268; he3ere treat. 134; heyere dep. R. 
17, 11; hegher pr. c. 992; hiere Mand. 
d2; hehste, heihste, hexte (superlat.) Lay 
1807, 2325 8f 24142; hexte Havel 



1080; p. I s. XV, 14; hexte, heixte a. 
r. 42 Sf 138; he3iste BeL 291; heyeste 
prompt. 232; hecst o. a. n. 687; hehest 
ICath. 4; he3hest Orm. 2146; heghest 
pr. c. 993. 
hehengel archangel, hom. 1, 43; Orm. 

1862. 
hehfader Orm. 17107. 
hi3hede altitudo, Flor. a. Bl 327. 
hsehliche highly, Lay 8088; he3liche p. 

I. s. XIII, 276; heihllche, heillche a. 

r. 56 Sf 190; hehlike Orm. 11875; 

he3li a. p. 2, 1527 . 
hehschipe excelsitas, h. rn. 5; heischipe a. 

r. 100. 
heahsetel throne; hsehsetle (dat.) Lay 

18527; hehsetle hom. 1, 113. 
hehnesse (hehnisse), A.Sax^ heahness, high- 
ness, Lay 29734; heihnesse a. r. 412; 
hei3nesse c. I 534. 
heah|)e^ A. Sax. heahdo, Goth, hauhipa, 0. 
II.Germ. hohida, height (heighth), altitudo; 
he3pe ayenh. 24; a. p. 2, 317; hei3pe 
Jos. 192; IVicl Ephes. 4; heighpe Mand. 
40; heghte ont. Arth. XLI, 3; heght 
pr. c. 4760; highte Uoccl. 1, 172. 
liealil^ A. Sax. (ge)heald, O.Icel hald, hold, 
C'ldodia, cadellum; hald Orm. 5026; Trist. 
3, 47 ; pey dide him in hold Man. 3913; 
helpe and hold i shal him yeve Tor. 
2U88; halde (dat.) Iw. 170; holde Xr?^, 
3861 ; a. p. 2, 1597 ; pat not a peni 
had(de) in hold(e) ( hauc. r. r. 451 ; pe 
geant stod in his holde Percev. 2005; 
comp. ihold. 
healden^ A. Sax. healdan, O.L.Germ. Goth. 
haldan, O.Fris. O.Icel halda, O.H.Germ. 
haltan, hold, tenere, p. I. s. VIII, 28; 
proclam. 4; hselden, halden Lay 1390 ^ 
1416; halden s. s. ed. JVr. 1233; godes 
la3hes halden Orm. 941; healde ayenh. 
6; halde a. p. 1, 489; Isuml. 304; hol- 
den a. r. 176; holde h. h. 124; healdep 
(pres.) Shoreh. 17; holdip festis p. I. 8. 



healden 



hearm 



255 



7, 23; (lie) haldes pam wise pr. c. 794; 
halt a. r. oO; Goiv. 2, 128; Langl h 
17, 105; wat halt f avails J it to telle 
longe Roh. 231, 11; what halt it long 
to strive Trist. 1, 84; heold (fret.) a. 
r. 108; Jos. 360; Alls. 323; heold, hiild 
(heold, held) La^. 216 ^ 3914; heold, 
held Orm. 222 ij ^ 11330; hield rel. ant. 
J, 129; Lidg. m. p. 86; huld Bek. 95; 
held, heeld Chauc. C. t. a 182; heeld 
Rich. 1335; hild ayenh. 206; heolden 
Lay 8082; a. r. 152; hielden Mark 5, 
14; wip pe false (pei) helden Langl. b 
19, 368; heolde (suhjund.) c. I. 181; 
halden f part. J mir. pi. 153; for forle^en 
halden Orm. 2000; pus es ilk man hal- 
den to do pr. c. 5960; haldin m. h. 49; 
holden Chauc. C. t. a 141 ; pou shalt not 
be holden to pe Op ^^non teneleris jura- 
mento\ Wicl. genes. 24; holde (oUiged) 
Will. 317 ; Gow. 1, 368; comp. aet-, bi-, 
ed-, for-, i-, of-, uphealden. 

healden ste helden. 

heale see hgele. 

heaii, A.Sax. hean, O.II.Germ. honer, Goth. 
hauns, base, vile, poor: pis heane . . . 
tintreohe J{ath. 1971; he seal wurden 
bene Lay 30316; bene fpl.J p. s. 150. 

heanen see henen. 

heap^ A.Sax. heap, O.Fris. hap, O.L.Germ. 
bop, O.II.Germ. hauf, hoiif, heap, cumulus, 
acervus, caterva: pane greate heap ayenh. 
130; pe hiap 159; htep (heap) Lay 816; 
beep Orm. 4330; beep ^'cumulus, acervus\ 
prompt. 235; Mand. 62; heape fdat.J a. 
r. 314; Lidg. m. p. 106; hepe, heepe 
Chauc. C. t. a 575; been . . . ban broujt 
it to hepe pi. cr. 727; heapes fpl.J Kath. 
1996; hapes horn. 2, 219; comp. dung- 
beep. 

hepiii^ A. Sax. heapian, heap, "cumulare\ 
prompt. 235; heaped fpres.J a. r. 314; 
hepen Chauc. Boet. 4418; ha3ped (part.) 
Orm. 4331. 



heard^ A.Sax. heard, O.Fris. herd, O.L, 
Germ, hard, Gtth. hardus, O.Icel. hardr^ 
O.II.Germ. barter, hard, durus, fortis: pe 
pine is se heard horn. 1, 253; pe king 
hefde enne pein swipe beard (hard) Lay 
1584; hard o. a. n. 1694; st. gen. 3061; 
spec. 105; ayenh. 189; pr. c. 806; hard 
& stare Orm. 1596; bard & sharp 9663s 
herd Parten. 2586; herde here a. r. 186; 
haerde (adv.) Lay 8814; harde Orm» 
14783; he smot Corineus harde inOj 
Roh. 213, 8; bardne (ace. m.) p. I. s, 
VIII, 86; haerdere (compar.) Lay 4349; 
herdure a. r. 430; hardest (superlat.J 
Lay 4181. 
hserdiheorted hard-hearted, Lay 11990; 

herdibeorted a. r. 400. 
bardlicbe (bardeliche) hardly. Lay 7480; 
hardeliche o. a. n. 402; Roh. 126, 10; 
berdelicbe a. r. 290. 
heardschipe hardship, a. r. 6. 

hearden^ A.Sax. beardian, O.II.Germ. her- 
tan, make hard, durare, a. r. 220; harde 
(pres. suhj.) Lay 5871; hardide (pret.J 
Wicl. exod. 14; harded (part.) Chauc. C. 
t. 10559; ibarded Roh. 352, 2. 

hardnen harden, durare, asseverare, Orm, 
18219; bardnep (pres.) 1574. 

herdnesse^ A. Sax. heardness, 0. II. Germ. 
hartnissa, hardness, hom. 1, 47; hardnesse 
St. gen. 3067; Will. 1816. 

hearl^ L.Germ. harl, harl (herl), fihra; herl 
Gaio. 190. 

hearm^ A.Sax. hearm, O.L.Germ. O.II.Germ, 
barm, O.Icel. harmr, harm, damnum, in- 
juria, hom. 1, 253; Marh. 8; haerm 
(harm) Lay 2171; harm o. a. n. 1235; 
treat. 136; c. I. 896; ayenh. 8; Gow. 7, 
270; herm a. r. 116; harme (dat.) a. 
p. 3, 17; harmes (pl.) Will. 453; Wicl. 
Judith 3. 

barmdede rel. ant. 1, 217. 
harmful harmful, Hoccl. I, 413. 
barmles harmless, Bek. 2113; Will. 167 U 



256 



hearmin 



hede 



hearmin^ A. Sax. liearmian(?), 0. H. Germ. 
harmen, harm^ damnum inferre, horn. 1, 
263; hermien a. r. 398; liarmi ayenb. 
23; hermi Shoreh. 100; harmen Mand. 
190; harmed fpres.J Ka£li. 2435; her- 
mede fpret.J horn. 1, 97; ihsermed fpart.J 
La-). 3072. 
hearpc see harpe. 
heate^ heateu see lieete, liseten. 
heaved^ A.S:ix. lieafod, O.Fris. haved, Mfd, 
0.i>wi'(?A liofd, O.Icel. hofud, Goth, haubip, 
0. II. Germ, haubit, houbit, Lat. caput, 
head, Kuth. 1360; pet heaved a. r. 130; 
ayenb. 51; heaved, heved, hefed Shoreh. 
23, 85 5^- 149; hMed Orm. 1557; pat 
hjfived, h^fd (hefd) La^. 1596 8f 3856; 
heved o. a. n. 74; Rob. 11, 21; Alis. 
205; Mand. 10; pr. consc. -771; ant. 
Arth. XLII, 8; hefd m. h. 39; head 
Rich. 1732; Lidg. m. p. 106; hed, heed 
Langl. b 17, 70; heed Wicl. John 13; 
hed Tor. 704; hefden fpl.J a. r. 188; 
co7np. foreheaved. 
hgefdboii (hevedbon) La^. 1467 . 
heedborow prompt. 231. 
hgefedburh, O.Icel. hofudborg, Orm. 8469. 
hevedchirche Rob. 69, 15; hevedkirke 

Man. 11060. 
heavedeche headache, a. r. 370. 
heedles headless, prompt. 232. 
hevedlond headla^id, Ilalliw. diet. 447 . 
heavedmon, O.H.Germ. haubitman, head- 
^ man, "primas\ fragm. 2, 25; hsefedman 

Orm. 297; hefdmen fpl.J ^^principes', 

hom. 1, 123; hsefdmen La^. 16146. 
hsefedpreost Orm. 299. 
■ heavedsunne a. r. 10; hevedsunne misc. 

37; hffifedsinue Orm. 4567 . 
hevedtoun capital town, Rob. 23, 4; hed- 

toun Man. 14762. 
hMpew c. I. 799. 
hevedwelle st. gen. 868. 
heedwerk headwark, cephalalgia, prompt. 

232. 



heredliiig^ A.Sax. heafodling, chieftain. Lay 
9986''. 

heilliiige^ M.II.Germ. houbetling-en, headlong, 
praeceps, Alis. 2261; Wicl. deuter. 22; 
hedling(e)s d. Arth. 3829. 

heaweii^ A.Sax. heapan, O.L.Germ. hauwan, 
O.Dutch houwen, O.Fris. hauwa, hawa, 
houwa, howa, O.H.Germ. hauwan, ho wan, 
O.Icel. hoggva, hew, caedere, secare; hgepen 
Or7n. 10083; hewen Chauc C. t. a 1422; 
to liewene Zr/3. 28030; hewen fpres.J 
Mand. 189; heou fpret.J fragm. 8, 40; 
hew Havel. 2729; s. s. ed. Web. 592; 
Gow. 2, 263; heowen Jos. 511; heowen, 
heuwen (hewen) Z^^. 7480 ^ 9796; 
heuen avoio. Arth. XLVI, 1; hewe Rob. 
540, 19; hewen fpart.J s. s. ed. Wr. 
1712; Gaw. 477; hewe spec. 110; comp. 
for-, i-, toheawen. 

heawere hewer; comp. fleschhewere. 

hebbeii^ A.lSax. hebban, O.L.Germ. hebbien, 
0. Icel. hefja, 0. H. Germ, hefifan, Goth. 
hafjan, from haven(?), heave, tollere, le- 
vare. Lay 17369; a. r. 156; hebbe Rob. 
17, 8; hefen Orm. 11865; heved fpres.J 
a. r. 86: hef fimperat.J a. r. 290; heb- 
be fsuhjunct.J Shoreh. 18; hefde fpret.J 
Lay 16509'''; comp. an-, uphebben; see 
heven. 

hechele^ O.Dutch hekel, O.II.Uerm. hachele, 
hatchel fhecldej, vac. 156; hechil rel. ant. 
2, 176; hekoie pro7}ipt. 234; hekile voe. 
269. 

hecheleii^ O.L.Germ. hekilon Heine s gloss., 
hatchel f heckle J; hekelin prompt. 234. 

hed see heaved. 

hede see had. 

hede^ O.Fris. hode, O.H.Germ. huota, heed, 
cur a, custodia, p. I. s. IX, 25; ayenb. 
32; Will. 368; s. s. ed. Web. 1169; 
Rich. 3766; pr. c. 592; taken hede spec. 
35; nimen hede Langl. b 11, 313; he- 
de, heede Chauc. C. t. a 303; heede Lidg. 
m. p. 66; hede, hiede Gow. i, 139. 



heden 



helden 



257 



hfidern, A. Sax. hedern (horreum), (? ms. 
heddern) ^'■(cel)larium\ fragm. 4, 19. 

beden^ A. Sax. hedan, O.Fris. hoda, O.II. 
Germ, huoten, heed, curare, tueri, Jul. 8; 
hede s'pec. 100; p. L s. Vb, 33; pe 11136 
trone per mo3t 30 hede^ a. p. 1, lOdO; 
hedden (pret.) La^. 17801; eomp. hi-, i-, 
forheden. 

heden see liuden. 

hedi heedy? spec. 22. 

hedir see liider. 

hcf see liaef. 

hefd, hefed see heaved. 

hefeu see hebben. 

hcfi) see lievi. 

hefne see lieovene. 

heft see haft. 

hegge see hagge. 

hegge^ A. Sax. hecg(?), O.Dutch hegge, M. 
H.Germ. hecke, hedge, sepes, spec. 110: 
Alts. 7 83; Lidg. m. p. 116; hegge, hedge 
prompt. 232; heg ayenl. 232; hegge 

^ fdat.J 0. a. n. 17; hegges fpl.J treat. 
137; Langl. 3, 128 (132); Chauc. C. 
t. ed. Tyrwh. 15224. 

heggiii; hedgin, O.Dutch heggen, hedge, "5^- 
pire\ prompt. 232; hegged f part. J Lidg. 
m. p. 181. 

he^ see heah. 

he^en^ A. Sax. hegian, M. H.Germ. hegen, 
from hay, sepire; heghin Ilalliw. diet. 
443. 

he^cu^ heahien? A.Sax. began, bean, O.II. 
Germ, bdhan, Goth, hauhjan, jrom heah, 
heighten, exalt, elevate; hegen horn. 2, 57 ; 
heghen pr. c. 4119; bis monscipe he3en 
(heien) Lay 5408^31490; heien iT^a. 
460; heien ant herien Marh. 3; he3en, 
hi3en, hie Wicl. Mat. 23; hl3en Jos. 
226; he3bep (pres.) Orm. 2640; he3ep 
and herep ayenh. 136; bl3ep Gow. 3, 
295; he3i (suhjunct.) Shoreh. 52; hehede 
fpret.J Jul. 74; he3ede Za;). 7097; heiden 
Marh. 1; comp. ibeien. 



he^lie see heahpe. 

heiunge exaltation, Jul. 3. 

heh see heah. 

hehe, O.II.Germ. bohi, Goth, hauhei? alti- 

tudo, h. m. 19; heghe d. Arth. 1146; 

in pe hei3e "m excelso\ Wicl. 1 Icings 

9; barez . . . tO pe hi3e runnen a. p. 

2, 391. 
hei, A.Sax. heg, big, O.Icel. hey, O.Dutch 

hei, hoi, O.II.Germ. hewe, howe, Goth. 

havi, hay, "foenu7n\ fragm. 3, 50; hey 

prompt. 232; La'^. 24441; G<m. 3, 357; 

hei3, bey Wicl. ps. 101; haig 31ar]c 6, 

39; bay Iw. 3078. 

heystak hay stack, prompt. 233; haystak 
voc. 233. 
hei^ O.II.Germ. hei, hey, Kath. 579; p. I. 

s. XIX, 137; hai Gaw. 1445. 
hei see hai. 
heien see be3en. 
hei^lie see heahpe. 
heil see hail. 

heir, Lat. heres, heir, Bel. 24. 
heiron, O.Fr. hairon, heron, hern; herin, 

hern prompt. 237 ; beirone (dat.) ayenl. 

193. 
hek see hacche. 
hekele see becbele. 
hei see bul. 
held, Germ., bald, O.Icel. hiallr, heild, heald, 

clivus: pe beighe held Trist. 3, 89; 3eond 

billies & 3eond beldes Lay 12867. 
held, A.Sax. held, hyld m. (gratia) Greins 

gloss., grace, hom. 1, 69. 
helde, A.Sax. held /. (gratia, fides) Ettm. 

lex. 465, O.Fris. helde (gratia) Richth. 

wl. 804, grace, faith, lloh. 285, 18; pat 

be pe bere al ])e helde pat man scbal 

to his lOverd 3elde Flor. a. Bl. 397 . 
helde, A.Sax. helde, jurisdiction, Bob. 225, 

10. 
helde, A.Sax. helde voc. 79, tansy, rel. ant. 

1, 36. 
helden, A.Sax. beldan. hyldan? from heal- 

33 



251^ 



helden 



helm 



den? tenere, custodire? helde h. h. 105; 
s. s. ed, Weh. 1567; Trist. 3, 46. 

helden^ A. Sax. heldan, hyldan, 0. Dutch 
helden, O.H.Germ. helden, halden fincli- 
narejy O.Icel. hella, halla ffunderej, from 
O.H.Germ. halder, O.Icel. hallr (inclina- 
tusj, Gr. xXtTOC? heald, heel, hell, incli- 
nare, f under e: scipen gunnen helden La^. 
7848; me schal helden eoli and pin 
heOde ine punden a. r. 428; heldin "in- 
clinare", prompt. 234; helde m. Arth. 
261; min huerte ginnep to helde {sink J 
spec. 48; of his hors he made him hel- 
d(e) Horn ch. 674; shal helde "fundet'\ 
Wicl. levit. 4; healden Kath. 685; hel- 
dis fpres.J a. p. 2, 1330; Town. myst. 
221; helt ayenh. 177; pei heldep Langl. 
a 10, 60; helde fimperat.J I. c. c. 40; 
helde pine ere to mQ ps. 16, 6; heldande 
(part. J Gaw. 972; hselde, heolde, healde, 
halde fpret.J La^. 1196, 1551, 2477 8f 
29642; halde, helde, hulde I. h. r. 58 
Sf 59; helde Wicl. Marl 14; held AUs. 
2521; helt Iw. 368; comp. bi-, tohelden. 

helder^ O.Icel heldr, Goth, haldis, helder, 
potius, majis, Gaw. 376; s. s. ed. JFr. 
1835. 

hcle conceahnent? helen fpl.J AUs. 4959. 

hele^ A. Sax. O.Fris. hela, O.Icel. h^ell, heel, 
^^cay\ voc. 179; a. r. 112; Bel. 2234; 
Rich. 3834; Lidg. m. p. 108; helen 
fpl.J Ilarh. 10. 

helewa3 heel-wogh; helepages fpl.J gr. 
1 7 ; helepopes f printed helepepes) fragm. 
6, 48; helewoghes Maddens La^am. 3, 
506. 

helc see hsele. 

helen^ A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. helan, 
heal, celare, an. lit. 8; hele ayenh. 175; 
Will. 960; Chauc. C. t. 6532; s. s. ed. 
Wr. nil; e. T. 1034; m. Arth. 143; 
Min. 22; nule ich ... lengre heolen hit 
te Jul. 9; heole horn. 1, 57; jif pu pel 
hiles(t) te under godes penges h. m. 47; 



heled a. r. 314; Marh. 15; hele fim- 
perat.J Amad. ed. Hobs. Ill, 6; I. c. c. 
40; hal fpret.J Mapes 341; helen p. I. 
s. VIII, 81; hole f part. J AUs. 4203; 
Octov. 1355; iholen a. r. 146; ihole a- 
yenb. 26; comp. forhelen. 

helen see hselen. 

helea" see hseled. 

helfe see helve. 

helfter see halfter. 

heli see hali3. 

helien^ A.Sax. helian, O.L.Germ. (hi)helian, 
O.H.Germ. hellen, heal f heel J, celare, oe- 
culere: helien pet gongpurl a. r. 84; 
helien (hilien) hem wip leves Zangl. h 
12, 231; helie Roh 151, 9; a rof shal 
hile us hope Havel. 2082; hiled fpres.J 
rel. ant. 1, 223; hile fimper.J ps. 16, 8; 
helede fpret.J La^. 30849; Brand. 29; 
helid s. s. ed. Wr. 1234; hilide Wicl 
genes. 7 ; heled f part. J Gow. 2, 327 ; he- 
lid st. gen. 1636; helid, hiled Langl. 5, 
599 f6, 80J; hiled a. p. 2, 1397; ihe- 
led a. r. 70; p. I. s. XIII, 333; Launf, 
284; comp. bi-, unhelien. 

helinge healing, operimentum, tegumentum, 
Mand. 247. 

helle^ A. Sax. hell, 0. Icel. hel gen. heljar, 
O.H.Germ. hella, O.L.Germ. hella, hellia, 
Goth, halja, hell, "tartartis", prompt. 234; 
a. r. 290; Orm. 10223; spec. 39; pr. c. 
6437; helle bale st. gen. 2525; helle 
3ates c. I. 1341 ; h. h. 40; ferde to helle 
La^. 1924. 

hellebearn (helle beam?) hom. 1, 281. 
belief Tr hell-fire, Orm. 1529. 
helleplne Orm. 12060; Havel. 405. 
hellepa Orm. 10011. 
hellepare (helle pare?), A.Sax. hellparu, 
a. r. 244"". 

helm^ A.Sax. 0. L. Germ. 0. H. Germ, helm, 
O.Icel. hialmr, Goth, hilms, from belen? 
helm, "galea, cassis", prompt. 235; La^, 
23766; Havel. 379; Roh. 49, 11; Gm 



helme 



hende 



259 



• 2, 233; Rich. 2562; pane helm ayenb. 
265; helmis fpl.J Percev. 1225; comp. 
kinehelm. 

helnie^ A.Sax. helma, healma(?), O.H.Germ. 
(joh)halmo, helm, capulus, gubernaculum, 
clavus, prompt. 235; voc. 274; a. p. 3,- 
149. 

helmid helmed, galeatus, Wicl. Ez. 38; see 
ihelmed. 

help, A.Sax. help, O.Icel. hialp, O.L.Germ. 

helpa, O.H.Germ. helfa, hilfa, help, au- 

xilium, La^. 16416; Marh. 6; a. r. 290; 

Beh. 162; c. I. 1363; help, helpe Langl. 

h 14, 255; helpe Orm. 3193; at. gen. 

1802; Mire 1679; Chauc. C. t. 9202; 

come to helpe La^. 666. 

helples helpless, hom. 1, 129; Beh. 798; 

helples, helplees Langl. 7, 99 (8, 83). 

helplich, M. H. Germ, helflich, helfelich, 

helply, p. I. s. I, 1; Gow. 3, 46; helpe- 

li Wtcl. prov. 12; rel. ant. 2, 52. 

helpen, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, helpan, 0. Icel. 
hialpa, Goth, hilpan, O.H.Germ. helfan, 
help, auxiliari, a. r. 204; Gow. 2, 78., 
Chauc. a t. 9327; halp (pret.) Orm 
1342; St. gen. 26; Will. 2206; Langl 
ed. Wr. 13213; help (halp) La^. 9263.. 
help a. r. 88; pu hulpe (holpe)Z«5. 8931 
(hi) holpen st. gen. 3382; Langl. 4009 
hulpe (suljunct.) a. r. 220; Orm. 12033 
holpen (part.) Orm. 6201; Havel. 901 
Langl. 2420; Chauc. ('. t. 10244; Lidg 
m. p. 224; comp. ihelpen. 

helpare, O.L.Germ. helpere, helper, "adjutor\ 
prompt. 235. 

helsien see halsien. 

helter see halfter. 

heltte see hselde. 

helye, A.Sax. hielfa, 0. Butch helve, helve, 
"manubrium", prompt. 235; s. s. ed. Web. 
384; Wicl. deuter. 19; Ell. rom. 2, 84; 
helfe Orm. 9948; see halve. 

hem, A.Sax. hemm, hem, La^. 4995; hemme 
"fimbria, lxmbus\ prompt. 235; a. p. 1, 



217; hemme fdat.) misc. 98; hemmes 
fpl.) d. Arth. 1359. 
hem see ham. 
heme ? 

hemeluc, A.Sax. hemleac Ettm. lex. 453, 
hemlic voc. 31, hymelic 67, hemlock 
fhumlock), "herba benedicta\ rel. ant. 1, 
37; humlok "cicuta\ voc. 265; whan 
brom will appeles here and humlok honi 
s. a. c. ed. Wr. VIII, 20; homelok "ci- 
cuta\ voc. 191. 
heme domestic? p. s. 156; heme and hlne 

0. a. n. 1115. 

hemmin hem, "Jimbriare\ prompt. 235; hem- 
mid (part.) Town. myst. 311; comp. bi- 
hemmen. 

hemp, A.Sax. hanep, O.Icel. hampr, O.H. 
Germ, hanaf, hanef, Lat. cannabis, Gr. 
xavvapt(;, hemp, Havel. 782. 

hempen, 0. H. Germ, hanafiner, hempen, 
prompt. 235. 

hen, A.Sax. henn, O.H.Germ. henna, hen, 
a. r. 66; o. a. n. 413; Gow. 2, 264; 
henne "gallind\ prompt. 235; Hich. thes. 

1, 229; Havel. 1240; I. c. c. 22; henne 
fgen.) a. r. 66; henne fdat.) Mand. 49; 
hennen fpl.) rel. ant. 2, 272; p. s. 151; 
ayenb. 38. 

henbane henbane, prompt. 235. 
hende, A. Sax. (ge)hende, 0. Butch hende, 
M.H.Germ. (be)hende, from hand, at hand, 
near, ready, polite, gentle, La'^,. 2529; h. 
m. 7; Brand. 3; Shoreh. 21; p. s. 192; 
Langl. b 20, 187; s. s. ed. Wr. 3002; 
Am. a. Amil. 1583; a. p. 2, 612; m. 
Arth. 332; Isumb. 177; god pat is so 
hende misc. 52; fer an hende Havel. 359; 
fayr and hende 1104; pat love min herte 
mijte not come hende p. r. I. p. 199; 
nadde his help hende ben Will. 2513; 
his hende wif 184; hinde Eglam. 1297; 
avow. Arth. XLI, 7; hendure fcompar.) 
a. r. 192; hendore spec. 27; hendest 
t.) La^. 13938; a. r. 398; Iw. 



260 



henden 



heorde 



14; Gaw. 26; comp. an-, i-, spar-, un- 
hende. 

hendeleic politeness, hom. 1, 269; hende- 
leik Havel 2793; liendelaic m. h. 49; 
hendeiaik Gaw. 1228; a. p. 2, 860. 
hendelich polite, gerdle; mid hendeliche 
worden La->,. 26942; hendeliclie fadv.J 
a, r. 316; Beh, 167; Langl. 3, 29 (30). 
hendenesse politeness, Langl. h 19, 31. 
hendeschipe politeness, Marg. 189. 

henden^ A. Sax. (ge)heiidan, O.Fris. O.lcel. 
henda, talce, seize; hende Rich. 4033; s. 
s. ed. Wr. 2860; hende fpret J La-^. 
21366''. 

hendi^ A.Sax. (list)hendig, J)a7i. Swed. lisen- 
dig, Goth, handugs (aocpoi;), handy, hahi- 
lis, tractahilis, Lay 4833 ; Horn ed. Lum. 
1336; spec. 28; curteis and hendi mise. 
166; (li)is hendi bodi p. I. s, VI, 8; 
his hendi fv. r. hende) children a. r. 
186. 

heneii^ A.Sax. henan, h^nan, O.Fris. hena, 
0. Dutch 0. II. Germ, honen, Goth, haun- 
jan, from hean, hine fhoinj, hmnhle, de- 
base, lul. 60; bene horn. 1, 13; haenen 
Lay 28870; heane, heanin Kath. 1020; 
he heanid ant hated me Marh. 8; hea- 
ned us & harmed h. m. 13; heande 
fpret. J Jul. 6; h&nde, hunde Lay 6874 
Sf 14412; comp. ihenen. 

heiige^ O.Dutch henge, frotn hangen, hinge; 
heeng(e) ^^ car dine \ Wicl. prov. 26. 

heugcl^ M. II. Germ, hengel, hingle; hengil 
^'■cardo\ voc. 261; prompt. 236; henglis 
fpl.J Wicl. 2 E,dr. 3. 

heugen^ 0. Icel. hengja pret. hengda, 0. II. 
Germ, hengen pret. hangta, hing, pendere, 
Havel. 43; henge a. p. 2, 1684; henge 
i pile pid pe horn. 1, 286; hinge Eglam. 
667 ; hengde fpret. J Orm. 13773 ; henged 
f part. J Orm. 1018; henged on a tre Ha- 
vel. 1429; comp. bi-, forhengen. 

heugest^ A.Sax. hengest, O.IIGerm. hengist, 
O.Fris. hengst, stallion; hsengest Lay 3646. 



heune see hen and heonene. 

hent, O.Fris. bent, M.H.Germ. hinz? usque 

ad. And. 16, 74 Sf 76. 

hentcn^ A. Sax. hentan = henden ? hent, ca- 
pere, spec. 32; henten, hente Langl. b 
14, 239; hente Eob. 462, 20; ' LeL 
2203; a. p. 1, 668; avow. Arth. XIII, 
11; hentin, hintm "rapere" , prompt. 240; 
hentes fpres.J pr. c. 2722; hente fpret.) 
Lay 21366; st. gen. 2716; s. s. ed. Web, 
768; Chauc. C. t. a 698; hent f part. J 
Lidg. m. p. 226; comp. ihenten. 

henite^ A.Sax. hendo, h^ndo, O.H.Germ, 
honida, from bean, poverty, hom. 1, 116; 
bin}) '^damnum'', fragm. 2, 61. 

heo see he. 

heoleu see belen. 

heonene^ A.Sax. beonane, beonan, O.L.Germ. 
O.H.Germ. binana, binan, hence, hinc, a. 
r. 230; heonene, beonne (binene, binnes) 
Lay 1681 Sf 19119; beonne rel. ant. 1, 
176; beonne ford Marh. 12; beonne, 
bonne o. a. n. 66, 864 Sf 1673; benne 
p. I. s. VIII, 199; Havel. 843; whan 
hi scbulle benne Avende Bek. 34; benne, 
bennes Will. 329 Sf 1746; bimne, bun- 
nes Brand. 11 ^ 33; bennes HicK thes, 
1, 224; Shoreh. 41; Langl. 1, 162 fl76j; 
Hoccl. I, 49; bens Tor. 10; Lidg. m. p. 
220. 
beonepard a. r. 248. 

heord^ A.Sax. beord pi. beordas; herdis 
hards f herds), ^^stiippa\ prompt. 241; 
Wicl. Is. 1; herdes Chauc. r. r. 1233; 
beorden fdat. pi.) a. r. 418. 

heorde, A.Sax. beord, O.Dutch herde, Goth. 
hairda, O.lcel. biord, O.H.Ge.m. herta, 
herd, grex, hom. 1, 96; ane heorde (bier- 
de) La^. 306; heerde prompt. 236; beor- 
den, berden fdat. pi.) a. r. 100. 

heorde, A. Sax. heorde, birde, byrde, 0, 
Dutch herde, O.L.Germ. birde, Goth, bair- 
deis, O.H.Germ. hirti, herd, pastor; herde 
Will. 6; s. s. ed. Web. 903; Wicl. John 



heordnesse 



heow 



261 



10; herde, hierde Chauc. C. t. a 603; 

hirde Mark. 12; Orm. 3193; st. gen. 

456; rel. ant. 1, 20V; pr. c. 4638; hur- 

de rel. ant. 1, 170; heordes ("pi. J horn. 

2, 3d; hirdes m. h. 63; hirdis Town. 

myst. 109; comp. cu-, gat-, hreoder-, 

neat-, schepheorde (-herde, -hirde, -hurde). 

heordemon, O.Dutch herdeman, herd-man, 

pastor, a. r. 418; herdeman Mand. 255; 
hirdeman Onw. 6852; Isunih. 88. 
hirdnesse^ A. Sax. hyrdness, custodia, st. gen. 

1930. 
heorre^ A.Sax. heorr, O.Dutch herre, O.Icel. 

hiarri, har, '^cardo\ fragm. 4, 24; herre 

vac. 261; prompt. 237; horn. 2, 113; 

Gow. 1, 36; Wicl. prov. 26; harre Chauc. 

a t. a 550. 
heorif A.Sax. heort, heorot, O.L.Germ. hirot, 

O.Dutch hert, hirt, O.Icel. hiortr, O.K. 

Germ, hirz, hiruz, hart, La"^. 26762; 

Alis. 688; hert "cervus\ prompt. 237; 

Gow. 1, 54; Mand. 238; Degrev. 42; 

heortes 'fpl.J a. r. 398; hertis Percev. 

218; heorten fdat. pi.) La^. 306. 

Hurtford, A.Sax. Heorotford, Hertford, 
proclam. 9. 
heoi'te^ A.Sax. heorte /., O.Icel. hiarta, 0. 

L. Germ, herta, Goth, hairto, 0. II. Germ. 

herza, Lat. cor gen. cordis, Samcr. ^fl 

n., heart, Alis. 20; peo heorte a. r. 282; 

pere heorte La-^. 12964; heorte, horte 

c, a. n. 37 Sf 947; heorte, herte Orm. 

1460 Sf 1596; hierte IIiclc. thes. 1, 223; 

horn. 1, 217; huerte Horn 281 ; rel. afit. 

1, 110; spec. 58; herte Rich. 2928; 

Gow. 3, 262; Mand. 2; Chauc. C. t. a 

150; Eglaon. 153; hurte Brand. 2; treat. 

138; harte Flor. 2075; Tor. 689; heor- 
ten fdat. J Lay 663; heorten fpl.J Alis. 

2464; heorten (heortes) Lay 5826. 

heorteblod (heorte blod?), M.H.Germ.her- 
zebluot, heart-hlood, spec. 74; herteblod 
Havel. 1819. 

herteles heartless, Rich. 4410, 



heorteliche, M.H.Germ. herzeliche, hearti- 
ly, a. r. 390; hertelike Havel. 1347; 
herteli, hertili Chauc. C. t. a 762. 
heorteput heart-pit, Alis. 2250. 
heortesar (heorte sar?) heart-sore, horn, ly 

149. 
hertespon umbilicus, Chauc. C. t. a 2606, 
heou see heow. 
heoren see heven. 

heovciie^ A.Sax. heofone /., heofon m., 0, 
L.Germ. heben, O.Icel. hifinn, himinn, 
Goth, himins m., heaven, coelum, fragm, 
8, 22; pe heovene horn. 1, 195; a. r, 
166; heovene (heavene) Lay 27455; he- 
vene Kath. 1799; treat. 132; heofne, 
hefne Orm. 10830 Sf 13842; hevene, 
heven Chauc. C. t. a 1090; heven De- 
grev. 1196; pr. c. 7756; hefen m. h. 98; 
hefne lud. Cov. 21; heofnes fgen.J Orm, 
801 ; pare heofene Mat. 24, 29; of he- 
vene blisse heo beop iflemed c. I. 113; 
heovene fdat.) a. r. 356; to pere heo- 
vene Lay 29580; hevene ayenh..6; Langl. 
h 5, 516; heofenes fpl) Mat. 3, 16; 
hefenes hotn. 1, 225. 
heveneqvene spec. 93. 
hevenerof, A. Sax. heofonhrof, st. gen, 
,101. 

heovenking, A.Sax. heofoncyning, horn. 
1, 61; hevenking rel. ant. 1, 224; p. 
I. s. II, 103; heveneking c. I, 244: 
spec. 45. 
hevenlich, A. Sax. heofonlic, heavenly, 
Kath. 1784; pe heovenliche hird a. r, 
94; pan heovenliche deme Lay 32053, 
hevenelTht, A.Sax. heofonleoht, o. a. n. 

732. 
heovenriche, A.Sax. heofonrice, a. r. 150; 
hevenriche rel. ant. 1, 209; Gow. 1, 
265; s. s. ed. Wr. 3450; a. p. 1, 718; 
heofenriches fgen.) Orm. 2153. 
heovenpare, A.Sax. heofonparu, horn. 1, 
143; hefnepare Orm. 12919. 
heow^ A.Sax. heop, hip, Goth, hivi, hue. 



262 



heowe 



here 



species, color, forma; hep Orm. 19251; 

heou a. r. 50; heou, hou o. a. n. 619; 

heu Havel. 2918; treat. 140; heuh, heu3 

e. I. 710; heowe Z^). 3071; hewe Will. 

891; hew, hiew, hewe Chauc. C. t. a 

394; heowe, hewe, hope fdat.J o. a. n. 

152 Sf 577; heoupe a. r. 160; in anes 

peres hepe Orm. 2172; hewe st. gen. 

4051; Chauc. C. t. a 3255; feir on hewe 

spec. 46; heue ant. ArtJi. IX, 4; hi we 

p. I. s. II, 43; heowes (pi.) c. I. 705; 

grene over alle heopes frovred mest (pe) 

eien a. r. 150; hewes Langl. h 11, 357. 
heowe = hi we, memher of a family, domestic; 

hewe ayenh. 195; Arth. a. Merl. 1165; 

Chauc. C. t. 9659; hewen fpl.) Langl. h 

4, 55; heowes spec. 114; ga ... to plnen 

heopen Mark 5, 19; comp. isinheopen. 
hepeii, A. Sax. hipen, family, Orm. 594. 
lififimejifA. Sax. hipian, colour; heopede 

fpret.J a. r. 392; hewed (part. J d. Arth. 

3252; comp. iheowien. 
h6p see heap. 
hepe, O.Dutch hepe ffalxj? what wip hepe 

and what wip croke Gow. 2, 223. 
hepe see hupe. 
hepe, A. Sax. heope, O.L.Germ. hiopa, 0. 

H.Germ. hiufo, hip (hep), hacca sentis, s. 

8. ed. Web. 2532; Chauc. C. t. b 1937; 

hepen (pi.) Alis. 4983. 

hepetre hip-tree, Halliw. diet. 445. 
her, A. Sax. O.Icel. Goth, her, O.L.Germ. 

her, hier, hir, 0. IS. Germ, hiar, hier, 0. 

Fris. hir, here, hie, Marh. 6; a. r. 236; 

it. gen. 184; Ravel. 689; treat. 137; h. 

h. 46; her, heer Chauc. C. t. a 1610; 

hier ay enb. 18 ; her, Mre La-^. 21 ^ 7057; 

Orm. 241 Sf 3264; here p. I. s. VIII, 

51; here, heere Langl. prol. 38. 

herafter hereafter, (ms. her after) st. gen. 
243; Shoreh. 164. 

heron hereon, Langl. h 13, 130. 

herbi hereby, Belc. 938; (ms. her bi) o. 
a. n. 127, 



herfore Wicl. 2 Cor. 4. 
herinne herein, Havel. 458; h. h. 163. 
hermid (ms. her mid) La"^. 5355. 
herof hereof, rel. ant. 1, 217; hgroffe Orm, 

7402; Havel. 2585. 
herto hereto, a. r. 388; (ms. her to) Lay 

25321. 
herpurh Orm. 12710. 
herut hereout, a. r. 290. 
her, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. her, 0. H.Germ. h^rer 
(magnus, praestans). 

herllch, A. Sax. herlic, 0. H. Germ, her- 
llcher, excellent; herllche Sal. a. Sat, 
240. 
hersum, M. H. Germ, hersam, excellent? 
Gaw. 932. 
her see hjer. 

heraud, Fr. heraut, herald, pi. cr. 179. 

herber, O.Fr. herbier, herbary, Alis. 331; 

s. 8. ed. Wr. 329; herber, erber Langl. 

b 16, 15; erher Will. 1752; Tor. 1968; 

a. p. 1, 38. 

herce, 0. Fr. herce, hearse, prompt. 236; 

herse m. Arth. 3532. 
hercnieu see herknien. 
herd see heard. 
herde see heorde. 
herdel see hurdel. 

here, A.Sax. here, O.L.Germ. heri, O.Fris. 
here, hiri m., 0. H.Germ. heri n., O.Icel, 
herr, Goth, harjis m., host, army. Lay 
549; h. m. 5; Orm. 3370; o. a. n. 1702; 
St. gen. 1787; Havel 346; Alis. 2101; 
Gaw. 59; a. p. 2, 902. 
hereberje, herburje, A.Sax. hereberge(?), 
0. H.Germ. heriberga, O.Icel. herbergi, 
herbyrgi, harbor, hospitium, hom. 1, 37 
Sf 69; herberge st. gen. 1392; herberje, 
hereberwe, herberwe, herbeorwe Lay 
12054, 22358, 24556 Sf 28878; her- 
ber3he Orm. 6167; herbergh(e), her- 
berwe, herburhe, herborowe Chauc. C. 
t. a 765; herberwe Langl. b 10, 406; 
herberewe Alis. 5748; herberewe, her- 



here 



her3ien 



263 



borwe prompt. 236; herberewe, herbore- 
we, herbore Wicl. ep. Philem. Sf Ilebr, 
13; herborupe a. r. 260; berber Iw. 
2986; Gaw. 812; pr. c. 6153; harbor 
Town. myst. 247. 
herber3eii harbor j hospitari, horn. 1, 61; 
herbergen st. gen. 1057; herber3i ayenl. 
199; berberwin prompt. 236; herberewen 
Wicl. eccles. 29; herborpen fragm. 6, 
43; herberwe pi. cr. 215; herberwed 
fpret.J Langl. h 17 , 73; herbered Gaw. 
2481; herberd pr. c. 6154; herberged 
"^ f part. J st. gen. 1602; herborwed E^avel. 
742. 
berber3ere harhorer, ayenb. 39. 
bereburne Lay 23966. 
heredring soldier, Lay 8601. 
Hereford Hereford, p. I. s. XIII, 34; 

Herford Will. 165. 
heregong march of an army, military ex- 
pedition, Sal. a. Sat. 229; st. gen. 848; 
Arth. a. Merl. 4094; beregong, bergong 
0. a. n. 1191; hire3eong Lay 18194. 
beregume Lay 19164. 
heriet, A. Sax. heregeatu? heriot, p. I. s. 

XVII, 464. 
berekempe Lay 22573. 
Heremon misc. 145. 
heremserke (hiremarke) ensign of an army, 

Lay 27469. 
bereto3e, O.L.Germ. heritogo, O.H.Germ. 
herizogo, leader of an army. Lay 10319; 
beretopa fragm. 2, 23. 
here, A.Sax. heoru, O.L.Germ. beru, O.Icel. 
biorr, Goth, bairus, gladius? Min. 46; 
mid here and mid fure ferro ignique? 
Lay 8245. 
here, A.Sax. (ofer)h^re, M.H.Germ. gehoere, 
from beren, obedient; comp. ibere. 
hersum, ASax. b^rsum, O.H.Germ. hor- 
samer, obedient, hom. 2, 51; fms. berr- 
summ) Orm. 2534; harsum Lay 19395; 
comp, ibersum. 
bersumnesse, A.Sax. b^rsumness, obe- 



Lay 29731; rel. ant. 1, 131; 
bersamnisse hom. 1, 223. 
bersumien, A.Sax. b^rsumian, O.H.Germ. 
bOrsamon, obey, hom. 2, 145; hersumen 
Kath. 147; bersumest (pres.) Marh. 4, 
5. 
here, A.Sax. bere(?), O.H.Germ. beri, from 
her, dignity, praise, hom. 2, 83. 
heveword Lay 24658 ; herepord a. r. 148, 
here, A.Sax. beore, h^re, O.Icel. h^rr, 0. 
L.Germ. (un)biuri, M.H.Germ. gebiure, 
mild, gentle. Am. a. Amil. 16. 
here see bsere and btire. 
heremite see ermite. 

heren, A. Sax. beran, h^ran, 0. Fris. bera, 

O.L.Germ. horian, O.H.Germ. borran, 0. 

Icel. beyra, Goth, hausjan, hear fMreJ, 

audire, obedire, rel. ant. 1, 129; Orm, 

901; beren (beeren) c. I. 521; pi word 

ich wulle beren Lay 18888; be nalde 

for nane dome mare beren t6 E5me 9199i 

ich pe wulle huren 1210; hiren 14151: 

btire o. a. n. 1483; here pr. c. 526; 

Tor. 1307 ; sacram. 9; here (heere) Chauc, 

C. t. a 914; hure Rob. 165, 4; huire 

Wart. hist. 2, 73; hire p. I. s. II, 159; 

p. s. 200; s. s. ed. Wr. 457; hiere «- 

yenb. 70; hered f pres. J Marh. 6; alle p5 

pe hered one loverd hom. 2, 9; herde 

fpret.J Lay 1164; o. a. n. 293; st. gen, 

1285; Havel. 286; Langl. b prol. 189; 

Chauc. C. t. a 1123; Legrev. 77; fms. 

herrde) Orm. 907; i have herd sain Gow. 

1, 367 ; comp. iheren. 

hierere hearer, ayenb. 256. 

heresie, Fr. heresie, heresy, ayenb. 267. 

heretike, Fr. heretique, heretic, ayenb. 19; 

d. Arth. 1307. 
herfest see hervest. 

her^ieii, A.Sax. hergian, O.Icel. herja, 0, 
H.Germ. herion, from here, herry, harrow, 
exercitu petere, vastare, praedari; h8er3ien 
Lay 5063; heriede fpret.J hom. 1, 205; 
herhede Kath. 336; & her3ede pat lond 



264 



her3unge 



hervesten 



Lay 1640; lie heregede lielle horn. 2, 23; 
herded a. p. 2, 1179; heried WUL 3725; 
Iw. 2874; herid m. h. 14; haried, liar- 
wed ChauG. C. t. a 3512; harewede m. 
t. 25; harowed e. T. 256; ih.QYi'i^Qdifpart.J 
Degrev. 140. 

lier^uuge^ A. Sax. liergung, devastation, horn. 
1, 115; lieriunge rel. ant. 1, 172. 

herieu (lierien ?), A. Sax. herian Grein, lie- 
rian Ettm., O.L.Germ. heron, O.H.Germ. 
heren, Goth, hazjan? fro7n her? praise, 
laudare, Kath. 147 ; Mark. 2; a. r. 88; 
rel. ant. 1, 242; we wulled . . . pine 
monscipe herien La"^. 6234; to herien 
god Will. 1875; heryen s'pec. 51; herie 
ayenh. 23; Wicl. Lulce 19; herie fr. w. 
merye) Chauc. C. t. 8492; herye (r. w. 
derye) Shoreli. 28 ; herest fr. w. biperest) 
fpres.J 0. a. n. 1518; herede fpret.J a. 
r. 414; Bel. 288; hered a. p. 2, 1086; 
hereden Hiclc. thes. 1, 161 ; comp. iherien. 

heriet see under here. 

he ring see haeriiig. 

heriuge .^ee herunge. 

heritage, Fr. heritage, heritage, h. m. 25; 
p. I. s. XIII, 96. 

herk? 

hercpil capidus ausoultandi, a. r. 100. 

herkien (herkienV), O.Fris. herkia, O.II. 
Germ, horechen, from heren, hearh, horn. 
1, 31; herken Will 213; pi cr. 155; 
Chauc. C. t. a 1526; herkin "atiscuUare\ 
prompt. 237; herke lai le fr. 147 ; herke 
(imper.) lad. Gov. 55. 

herkiiere hearhener; ]iQi\uieYQB fplj ayenh. 58. 

herknieii (herknien?), A.Sax. hercnian, hear- 
ken, ausciiUare; herknie t7'eat. 133; herc- 
nen Kath. 1735; a. r. 320; fms. herrc- 
nenn) Orm. 77 48; herkne Hood. I, 263; 
herkne fimper.J spec. 29; herknep A. h. 
1; Chauc. C. t. a 2208; h^vc^\\Q(\.Q fpret.J 
Lay 22638; hercneden Marh. 21; herk- 
ned f part. J a. p. 2, 193. 

herl see hearl. 



herm see hearm. 

hern see heiron. 

heme, 0. Dutch heme, hirne, O.Icel hiarni, 
O.H.Germ . hirni, ham; hernis fpl.) "ce- 
rehrurn\ prompt. 237; hemes Havel, 
1808; Min. 10; hernez a. p. 1, 58. 
hernepanne ham-pan, ^'■cranium', prompt. 
237; Rich. 5293; rel ant. 2, 78; hern- 
panne Havel 1991. 

heme see hurne. 

herre see heorre. 

herre (herre?), A.Sax. herra (herra?), hearra, 
O.Icel herra, O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. herro 
(herro?), M.H.Germ. herre, herre, master, 
sovereign, a. r. 6; misc. 46; Rob. 102, 5; 
herre, hserre La->,. 5420 ^ 77 76'. 
herraeden sovereignty? Lay 1984. 

hert see heort. 

herte see heorte. 

hertin, A. Sax. hyrtan, M. H. Germ, herzen, 
from heorte, heart, hearten, ^'a7iimare\ 
prompt. 238; herte d. Arth. 1181; liir- 
ten Lay 25941 ; hertedin fpret.J st. gen. 
1980; herted fpart.J Will 3417. 

herth, A. Sax. heord, 0. Fris. herth, 0. H. 
Germ, herd, heai'th, focus, prompt. 237; 
comp. fiirherth. 

hier|)e, O.L.Germ.. gihoritha, O.H.Germ. ge- 
horeda, auditus, ayenh. 56. 

herunge, O.H.Germ. horunga, hearing, audi- 
tio, Marh. 2, 6; heringe prompt. 237 . 

herunge praise, hom. 1, 107 . 

hervest, A.Sax. herfest, hserfest, hearfest, 
0. Dutch herfst, harfst, 0. H. Germ, her- 
bist, herbest, 0. Icel haustr, harvest, 
^^auctumnus', prompt. 238; lloh. 59, 18;' 
Langl 6, 292 -f 7 , 277 J; Hoccl II, 27; 
herfest fragm. 3, 14; hervestes fgen.J 
Lay 25403. 
herfesttid Orm. 11254. 
hervesttlme harvest-time, Laiigl 6, 116 
f7, 107 J. 

hervesten, M. H. Germ, herbesten, harvest, 
Mand. 300. 



hes 



hi3 



265 



r lies == he -|- se ? lies (ace. f.J earn, rel. ant. 
• /, J28; es Jwm. 1, 163 Sr lid; liis «- 
yenh. 68; j)e pe elite pile liealdeii pel 
pe pile he mai his pelden 3ive his for 
godes luve p. l. s. VIII, 28; his, is 
^ Shorch. 77 ^^ 136; his face. pi. J eos, eas, 
horn. 1, 237; his, hise ayenh. 5 S^" 1^^^ 
es, is d. gen. 133 ^' 1768; HaveJ. iJ70 
Sf 1174; is lioh. 338, 7. 
hesc see h&se. 
hescl see hasel. 
hcspc see liaspe. 
hestc see hajste. 
hetc see hate. 
hete see hsbte. 
hetcl see liatel. 

hcter, Jrom hate? hetter, acer, a. p. 3, 373. 

heteiiiche hetterly, acre, violenter, Kath. 

777; . hetterlTche Mark. 6, 27; a. r. 

290; heterli Alex. 669; Gaw. 1462; a. 

p. 1, 402; hetterli Will. 160. 

hejie see hgede. 

he|)eii^ O.Icel. hedaii, hinc, Orm. 15670; 
pi. cr. 408; a. p. 1, 231; Percev. 1904; 
go hepen Havel. 683; fra hepen forth 
|: , ps. 112, 2; hedeii st. gen. 1644; hethen 
I . pr. c. 609; hethiin ant. Arth. XIX, 11. 
i' hedensid horn. 1, 133. 
he|}eu see h^pen. 
heu see lieow. 
heve see htive. 
hevcd see heaved. 
hevel, he veld, A.Sax. hefel, hefeld (licium)? 

h. m. 21. 
hevcn^ O.Fris. heva, = hebben? heave, a. p. 

^l, 16; heve Chauc. C. t. a 660; heoven 
Mark. 6; see hsef. 
heveii, hevene see heovene. 
heTeiieii^ O.Icel. hefna, avenge; hevin(e) m. 
h. XVI , 

heyeniiig^ O.Icel. hefniiig, vengeance, Ilalliiv. 

did. 447. 
hevi, A.Sax. hefig, O.Dutch hevig, O.II.Germ. 
hebiger, heavy, gravis, molestus, La'^. 26067 ; 



a. r. 232; Havel. 1060; WicJ . Luke 1 1 ; 

a. p. 3, 2; pr. c. 4683; Tw. 1270; a- 

pol. 26; hevi & sor st. gen. 2666; hefij 

Orm. 4622; hevie fadv.J a. r. 32; he- 

viere fcompar.J p. l. s. XV, 106. 

hefijlike heavily, Crm. 4771. 
he vie gravitas? I\or. a. BI. 440. 
heviiii; A.Sax. hefigian, heavy, ^^gravare\ 

prompt. 239; heve3i Lay 18408'^'; hevie 

p. I. 8. XV, 96; heveged fpres.J a. r. 

424'%' hevied horn. 2, 29; heviep Chauc. 

Boet. 4967 ; hevied (part.) Wicl. Mat. 

26; comp. ihevi3ien. 
heviucsse^ A.Sax. hefigness, Jieaviness, a. r. 

132; heviiiisse treat. 134. 
hew see heovv. 
hewe see heowe. 
heweii see heawen. 
hi cee he. 
hiccheu^ L.Germ.liiokQw., hitch (hickj ; hichin, 

hitchin '^aniovere", prompt. 239; hicke 

(imperat.J dep. R. 17, 3; see icchen. 
hide, A.Sax. hj'-d, hid, hide; hide (dat.J 

Man. 110, 21; ei3te hide lond Uoh. 297, 

9; sixti hiden of londe La->,. 18241. 
hide see hiide. 
hiden see huden. 
hider, A.Sax. hider, hyder, Gotli. hidre, 0. 

Icel. hedra, hither, hue, Orm. 209; st. 

gen. 2344; Havel 886; spec. 42; Mand. 

44; Chauc.. C. t. a 672; pr. c. 608; 

hider in X«5. 36; hider tO Kath. 447; 

a. r. 80; hedir Bek. 2439; Percev. 1153; 

lud. Cov. 62. 

hidercume horn. 2, 133. 

hiderward, hiderwardes hitherward, hither- 
wards, Lay 10164 is- 30780. 
hidous, Fr. hideux, hideous, Will. 3177; 

Man. 14268. 
hiereii see hereii. 
hierte see heorte. 
hif, A.Sax. heof? Germ, hief? mimie horn 

mid graeto hive blowen Lay 790. 
hi^ see heab. 

34 



266 



his 



hinene 



hij^ hije? haste: pip mikel hih Orm. 2686; 

an highe s. s. ed. Web. 1418; in hie 

Chauc. C. t. h 200; Triam. 277; ant. 

Arth. IV, 3. 

hihful a. r. 302. 
hi^c see huje. 
hije^ M.H.Germ. hige, hie, =hiwe? hl3ez 

{pi. J a. p. 2, 67. 
hijeii see hejen. 
hi^eiide = hi3inge? an hisende La^. f)496. 

hisendllche festinanter, La^. 7312; hi- 
hendlTche Kath. 2141. 
hi^icu^ A. Sax. higian, hie, festinare; hi3ie 

Marg. 267; hishen Orm. 2723; hihen 

Kath. 412; hien a. r. 92; hise Will. 

1286; highe Alis. 6133; hie s. s. ed. 

Wr. 3108; sacram. 860; hi^ez fpres.J a. 

p. 2, 538; hihe {imper. J Marh. 21; high 

pe ps. 30, 3; hi3ede fpretj Beh 2224; 

pi. cr. 156; hiede, hi3ed, hied Lanql. h 

20, 322 (14572); hiseden La-). 2317; 

hi3ed (part. J Wicl. / Thess. 2. 
hi^inge festinatio: an hisinge La^. 2358. 
hiht see huht. 
hihte haste, f? printed hithte) spec. 110; hi3t 

Mire 569. 
hihten^ A. Sax. h^htan(?), extol? in uch an 

hird pin apel is hiht spec. 33. 
hihite^ A. Sax. hihdC?), haste, a. r. 324 ; 

Jul. 77; nee hihte. 
hil see hul. 
hildeit see hulden. 
hilicii see helien. 
hilleii =:= hulien? hill; liillin ^^op6rire\ prompt. 

240; hille dep. R. 25, 26; hilde fpret.J 

Am. a. Amil. 2302; comp. unhillen. 
hiller^ hillern = ellarne? hilder ; hildir or 

eldir "sambucus', prompt. 239. 

hillortrc voc. 191 ; \n\\Q^nix^ prompt. 239. 
hilliiige^ for hilinge? hilling, '■^operimentum, 

tegumentmii\ prompt. 240; ant. Arth. IX, 

4; see helinge. 
hilt, A. Sax. hilt m. n., hilte /., O.Icel. 

hialt n., 0. Butch hilte, O.H.Germ. helza 



/., hilt, ^^capulus', prompt. 240; La"). 6506; 

he smot him on pe scheld igult porugh- 

out pe bord porughout pe hilt Alis. 

1270; hilte fdat.) Horn 1434; pere hilte 

(pan helte) La^. 22509. 
hind, O.H.Germ. hint? retro, Alis. 5200, 

hindward "retrorsum'\ Wicl. ps. 69. 
hiiide, A. Sax. O.Icel. hind, O.H.Germ. hin- 

ta, hinda, hind, cerva. La'), 2589; Alis, 

1889; Langl. h 15, 274. 

hindehele hind-heel, ^^atnbrosia', rel. ant, 
1, 36. 
hindeii, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, hindan, Goth. 

hindana, O.H.Germ. hintana, hind; comp. 

bihinden. 

hindeward ^Wetrorsum'\ ps. 9, 4. 
hinder, A. Sax. hinder, Goth, hindar, O.H. 

Germ, hintar, post. 

hindercraeft deceitful craft, artifice: of ane 
hindercraefte (ms. hindere crsefte) La"), 
10489. 

hinder38ep, A. Sax. hindergeap, insidious^ 
Orm. 6646. 
hinder, O.Icel. hindr, hinder. 

hinderful deceitful, horn. 2, 59. 
hindere, O.Icel. hindri, O.H.Germ. hintaro, 

hinder, posterior: pe hindre partie Mand, 

107; pe hindere pinges Wicl. genes. 16; 

his hinder fet Brand. 30; at pe hinder 

gate Chauc. r. r. 5850. 
hinderen, A. Sax. hinderian, O.Icel. hindra, 

0. II. Germ, hintran, hinder, impedire: tO 

hindren and to lette Lidg. m. p. 93; 

hindre Chauc. C. t. a 1135. 
hindereste, hindreste, O.H.Germ. hintarosto, 

postremus, Chauc. C. t. a 622, 
hinderling hinderling, Orm. 4860. 
hine, A.Sax. hina(?), from hiw? hind, serv-. 

ant, hom. 1, 197 ; Beh, 263; Langl. prol, 

39; Chauc. C. t. a 603; ps. 18, 12; m, 

h. 145; Town. myst. 181; hlnen fpl.J 

fraqm. 6, 49; La). 368; h. m. 7; Rob. 

540, 17; Alis. 1215; p. s. 149. 
hinene see heonene. 



hin})e 



hl^f 



267 



hm|>e see liende. 

hipe see hupe. 

hipel tee hupel. 

hippcii see huppen. 

bird, hired see under law. 

hirile see heorde. 

hirdel see hurdel. 

hire see here. 

hire see hiire. 

hireii see heren and huren. 

hinie see huriie. 

hirst = hurst? hirst, collis? hirste fdat.) d. 

Arth. 3369, 
hirteii see herten and hurten. 
his^ gen. of he, sometimes injleded like a 
possessive pronoun: ail of hise men Kath. 
406; purh hise gode dedes Orm. 60; hise 
limes rel. ant. 1,210; 'it) alle hise holde 
proclam. 1. 
his see hes. 

hissiii hiss, '-^sihilare', prompt. 242. 
hit see he. 

hitten^ O.Ieel. hitta, hit, offendere, attingere; 
hitte Langl b 12, 108; Eglam. 269; pe 
hitted a. r. 176'^; hitte fpret.J Lay 1550; 
Will 2822; Alls. 2357; a. p. 3, 289; 
hit (part.) Hactus\ prompt. 242. 
hi|>e, A. Sax. hfd, hithe, "statio\ prompt. 

242. 
hive see huve. 
hiw see heow. 

hiw, O.Icel. hiu ffamiiiaj? cmp. Goth, heiva- 
frauja (oixoSsauoTi^c). 
hired, A.Sax. hi-, hipred, family, retinue, 
hlrd6'7^.2; pat hfilie hired horn. 1, 89 
Lay a. r. 94 Kath. 81; Orm. 512 
st. gen. 3222; spec. 32; Irist. 1, 16 
hired es, herdes (gen.) Lay 2336 ^' 4342. 
hlredcnafe irt). 28824. 
hirdcniht Lay 4316. 
hiredgume Lay 12289. 
hired-, heredmon Lay 2350 Sf 6877; 
hlrdmon Kath. 2247 ; heredmon Gaw. 
302. 



herdswein Lay 5662. 
hipscipe, A.Sax. hipscipe, family, horn. 
1, 87. 
hiwe, A.Sax. hlpa(?) Jiom. pi. hlpan, O.II. 
Germ, hi wo, O.Icel. hio(V) ?i07n. pi. hion, 
domestic: mid pine hipun horn. 1, 225; 
see heowe. 
hlad^ A.Sax. hl3ed(?), O.Icel. hlad, from 
hladeu, haudus: pe loden alle tpinne lad 
of his godnesses pelle Orm. 19313. 
hladdre^ A. Sax. hlaeder, O.Fris. hleder, 
hladder, O.II. Germ, hleitra? ladder, scjla; 
laddre c. I. 915; Lingl. b 16, 44; laddre,' 
leddre Shoreh. 2 Sf 3; Iheddre aye7ib. 246; 
leddre horn. 1, 129; a. r. 354; st. gen. 
1607. 
hladel^ A.K.x. hl8edle(?), from hladen, ladle; 
ladel Langl. h 19, 274; Chauc. C. t. a 
2020. 
hladeri; A.Sax. O.L.Gcrm. hladan, O.II.Germ. 
hladan, ladan, O.Icel. hlada, Goth, (af)- 
hlaj)an, lade, omrare, haurire; lade Horn 
1409; Ihade out pet \yeter ayenb. 178; 
lOden fpret.J Orm. 19313; laden f part, J 
Orm. 14054; Rich. 1389; lade a. y. 1, 
1145. 
hlaf, A.Sax. hlaf, O.Icel. hleifr, 6^0^.- hlaibs, 
O.II.Germ. leib, Huss. x.i'£6b? loaf, panis, 
3Iark 3, 20; laf Orm.. 1474; lof Havel. 
653; Brand. 13; Trist. 1, 35; a lof 
bred Beves 1420; loof "panis\ prompt. 
310; Ihove (dat.) ayenb. 82; laves (loves) 
Lay 22781; loves Wid. John 6. 
lammesse, A.Sax. hlammaesse, hlafmaesse, 

lammas, prompt. 286; lammasse Bob. 

201, 8. 
hlaford, A.Sax. hlaford, loi'd, horn. 1, 

217; laferd Orm. 42; laverd Z^v 268; 

0. a. It. 959; ]jr. c. 416; hloverd horn. 

2, 43; Ihoavcrd proclaim. 1; I6verd a. 

r. 2; St. gen. 30; Havel 96; Bek. 490; 

Ihord ayenb. 1 ; lord Langl ed. Wr. 204; 

Mand. 3; Chauc. C. t. a 837. 

laferddom dominatm, Onn. 11851. 



268 



hlahhen 



hleapen 



16rdschipe lordship, c. I. 142; Mand. 9. 
lordlTch lordly, Langl. 8622. 
hlaferding, lording; laferdinges fpl.J Orm. 
918; laverdinges La^. 27394; Ihordin- 
ges ayenb. 67 ; lordinges pi. cr. 609. 
hlaferdling lordling; loverdlinges fpl.J 

La^. 12664''; Beh 1)24. 
Iafdi3, A. Sax. hltefdige, lady, fms. laff- 
di3) Orm. 1807; lafdi Kath. 88; Isefdi 
(leafdi) La^. 1256; lefdi, leafdi a. r. 4 
Sj' 38; lefdi, levedi, lavedi o. a. n. 969 
Sf 1061; Ihevedi ayenh. 24; lavedi rel. 
ant. 1, 102; Isumh. 108; ladi spec. 
113; Mand. 86; Chauc. C. t. a 88. 
lefdischipe ladyship, a. r. 108. 
hlahhen^ A. Sax. hlehlian, lilyhhan, O.M. 
Germ, lahhen, Goth, hlalijan, O.Icel. hlse- 
ja, laugh (high), rider e; lah^lien Orm. 
8142; lahen (lahhe) Marh. 14, 32; la- 
ghe Eglam. 622; ant. Arth. XXXIV, 
4; laiigben, laiihen, laughwen Chauc. C. 
t. a 3849; lauhpen a. r. 200; lau3we p. 
L s. XXV III, 3; lawhin prompt. 290; 
law3e pi. cr. 94; laghen, laughen, lau- 
jen, laii3when, lawhen, lei3lien Langl. 
4, 93 (106); la3heii, lei3e Wicl. ^rov. 
31; leh3eii, lih3en (lah3e) La^. 22419 
Sf 237 17 ; lhe33e ayenh. 68; leighe Rich. 
3461; li3he, lihe IU\ 93, 3 c^^ 101, 
19; lauliped (pres.) a. r. 198; laglies 
pr. c. 1092; lalihinde (part.) horn. 1, 
267 ; lahinde Kath. 1666; lauhvvinde Ha- 
vel. 946; la3inge p. I. s. IX, 72; la3ed 
(pref.J a. p. 2, 663; lei3ede JVicl. genes. 
17; lan3eden JFill. 1784. 
hlaliter, A.Sax. hlealitor, O.II.Germ. hlahtar, 
O.Icel. hlatr, laughter; lahter horn. 1, 283; 
laghter j»r. c. 1461; laghtur 7>^mw. 1668; 
laughter Chauc. Troil. 2261; leihter "n- 
stis\ fragm. -4, 26; leahtre, lahtre (dat.) 
Kcth. 2326; lehtre La^. 3046; leihtres 
(pi.) a. r. 198. 
hlaiic, A. Sax. hlanc, lanh; lone he is & 
lear.c horn. 1, 249. 



Map? 

Ihapwinchc, A.Sax. hleapepiiice voc. 62 
^' 280, lapwing, ayenh. 61; lap winks 
"■upupa\ prompt. 288; Wicl. levit. 11. 

blast, A.Sax. hlaest n., O.Fris. hlest, O.H. 
Germ, last /., O.Icel. hlass n., from hla- 
den, last, onus; lest prompt. 299; laste 
(dat.) dep. Rich. 29, 26; a fjousand last 
Chauc. C. t. b 1628. 

hlasteii, A.Sax. (ge)lil3estan, last, onerare: 
pai ... wern laste & lade a. p. 1, 1145; 
comp. bihlasten. 

hlaite, O.Icel. hlade, lathe; lape ^Iiorreum\ 
voc. 204; m. h. 146; lades (pi.) st. gen, 
2134. 

hlawe, A.Sax. hlap, hlsep (antrum, sepul- 
chrum, tumulus, agger), O.L.Germ. hleo(?) 
dat. \i\QYfQ (sepulchrumf), O.II.Germ. hleo 
pi. (h)lewa (tumulus, agger), Goth, hlaiv 
(Tacpoc)j low (law), antrum, tumulus, agger; 
lawe Gaw. 2171; a. p. 2, 992; Isumb. 
392; ilc an lape & ilc an hil Ortn. 9205; 
lowe Havel. 1699; Alls. 4348; rel. ant, 
1, 120; li b. disc. 1000; Tor. 1967; 
leoupe (lehe)? a. r. 368; in pe liunes 
lehe Kath. 1847. 

hleap, A.Sax. hl^p, 0. Butch lop, O.II.Germ. 
louf m., O.Icel. hlaup n., leap (loup) 
leep ^'saltus\ prompt. 297; lepe Mand 
113; lupe h. in. 23; liipe (leope) La^ 
1928; lope Gow. 1, 310; lupe (dat.) p 

1. s. XV, 148; leapes (pi.) Lidg. m. p 
32; liipes a. r. 48; comp. oveiiop (-lepe) 
lep3er, O.Icel. hlaupar, leap-year, voc. 239 

lepe3eer Mand. 77. 
hleapen, A.Sax. hleapan, O.Fris. hlapa, 
L. Germ, hlopan, 0. Icel. hlaupa, Goth 
hlaupan, O.II.Germ. hlaufan, loufan, leap 
(loup), salire, currere ; leapen a. r. 106 
lepen (leape) Z«5. 24697 ; l^epen Orm 
11 '92; Iheape ayefib. 89; lepen Langl. 

2, 207 (231); lepe Flor. a. III. 465 
Mand. 113; Cluiuc. C. t. a 437 8; loupe 
Havel. 1801; leaped (pres.) a. r. 224 



hleapere 



hlipeii 



269 



leapinde (part. J Kuth. Idij; leop fpret.J 

La^. 1462: a. r. 62; AUs, 1076; L T. 

1065; leop, leep Zatig/. 2, 191 (215); 

lep ^i. gen, 2126; Havel. 891; Will. 

2156; a. p. 3, 179; s. s. ed. Wr. 885; 

Fercev. 479; lep, leep Chauc. C. t. a 2687; 

Ihip Gyenh. 45; ieopen La^. 1836; lepen 

Man. 4746; lepe Octav. 476; lepe, lope 

Langl. b 4, 153; lopen Havel. 1896; 

lopin s. 8. ed. Wr. 2417; leope fsuhjunct.J 

a.r, 140; lupe Orw. 12037; lopen fpart.J 

s. s. ed. Web. 739; Langl. b 5, 198; a. 

p. 2, 990; comp. overhleapen. 
hleapere^ A.Sox, hleapere, O.HGerm. lou- 

fari, leaper; lepare '^cursor', prompt. 297 . 
hleuchcu, A. Sax. hlencan, M.H.Germ. len- 

keii? lench, tovquere, flectere'<^ i leiich(e) 

rel ant. 2, 211. 
hleoiiien^ A. Sax. hleonian, hlinian, O.L. 

Germ, hlinon, O.H.Germ. lilinen, fro9n 

*hlinen, Zat. (ac-, de-, in)cllnare, Gr. 

xXivstv, lean f line J; lened fpres.J rel. ant. 

i, 223; lenep Lidg. m. p. 29; leonie 

/subjunct.) a. r. 142; leiiand f part. J s. 

s. ed. Wr. 2895; leonede fpret.J La^. 

10776; leonede, lenede Langl. prol. 9; 

lenede Will. 2991; a doun hi linede p. 

1. s. X, 45. 

hleor^ A.Sax. O.Ij.Germ. hleor, O.Icel. hl;^r, 
leer, gena, fames; leor ^^maxilla\ fragm. 

2, 12; a. r. 64; J^ath. 316; hire lufsiim 
leor Mark. 3; lere Octav. 40; ant. Arth. 
XIII, 6; lure .^pec. 52; lere fdat.J Alls. 
799; Will. 227; Em. 294; a. p. 1, 398: 
m. Arth. 3624; leor(e), lere, lire Langl. 
1, 3; leores fpl.J La\ 5076; lores sptc. 
26: p. 27, 6; lires Halliw. diet. 522. 

hleoten^ A.Sax. hieotan, O.L.Germ. hliotan, 
O.Icil. hliota, O.H.Germ. hleozan, liozaii, 
leit, ftortiri; comp. ihleoten; deriv. hlot. 

hlcow; hleowe? A.Sax. hleop, hleo, O.L. 
Germ, hleo, O.Icel. \i\f, hla?, O.Fris. hli, 
lee flew J, tutela; lee dep. B. 29; Gaw. 
849; d. Arth. 1446; le Em. 348; pr. c. 



pre/. XII; comp. huslepe. 

leopstude ^^apricus locus', fragm. 5, 1. 
hleowiTe^ A.Sax.\ilQoy(\, hleod, lewth; leopp 

^^apricitas\ fragm. 5, 1; we wiillet gan 

a leode ftutelamj La\ 5307 ; per heo 

leode (liope) hafveden 12022. 
hlewc (hie we?), O.Icel. hlcer, 0. Butch lauw, 

O.H.Germ. lawer (lauuer)? lew flue), te- 

pidus; lepe hom. 1, 7; lewe Havel. 498; 

Wicl. apoc. 3; mi bodi wexit lewe rel. 

ant. 2, 211 ; comp. cost-, cheke-, drun- 
ken-, purstlewe (-lew)? 

lepnesse tepor, hom. 1, 21. 
hlewke (hlewke?), Z>^^^(?A leuk? /rom hlewe? 

luke; lewke ^^tepidus\ prompt. 302; rel. 

ant. 1, 52; leuke pr. c. 7481'-^; lewk 

Wicl. apoc. 3; Iheuc ayenb. 31 ; luke Lay 

27557. 

Iheucliche tepide, ayenb. 31. 

lewkenesse lukeness, ^^tepor\ prompt. 302. 
hlid, A.Sax. hlid, O.Icel. Mid, O.H.Germ. 

lit, lid, operculum; lid p. I. s. XVI, 168; 

CI. 272; w. a. i. 23; lides fpl.) rel. 

ant. 1, 209; comp. ehelid. 

Iid3ate, A.Sax. hlidgeat, lidgate, postern^ 
Mire 1497. 
hlidaii^ A.Sax. (be-, on)hlidan pret. hlad, 

cover, close; lided f? printed lided), lides 

fpres.) a. r. 84^'. 
hliuke^ A.Sax. lilence, O.Icel. hlekkr f cate- 
na)'^ link: linke 'Iiilla", prompt. 306. 
hliiikeii link, concatenare; linked fpart.) 

Lid^. St. Th. 1744. 
hlisten see hlusten. 
hliit, A.Sax. hlid n., O.Icel. hlid/, Gr. 

xAiToc, clivus: 3eond wudes & ^eond li- 

den Lay 32219. 
hli|)eii^ O.Icel. hl^^da, lithe, anFciiltare; lipe 

AUs. 5751; Man. 93, 5; Tor. 337; Oc- 
tav. 9; m. AHh. 676; Amad. ed. Robs. 

XXIII, 9; Aud. 66; lithen, lipe Langl. 

8, 66 f9, 57'"^'); lipe fimper.) Horn ed. 

Ljum. 336; ps. 30, 3; lided Jul. 73; 

lipes Havel. 1400. 



270 



hloh 



linefe 



hloh, A.Sax.^O.L.Germ. Goth, hloli, O.Icel 

hid, fpret.J locgh fleughj, risi; loll La'^. 

26980; spec. 28; logh Triam. 1308; Oe- 

tav. 088; Eglam. 948; I6U3 Beh. 710; 

Langl. 13880; lough Trist. 3, 52; Chauc. 

a t. 14376; s. s. ed. Wr. 3134; low 

Ilavcl. 903; 16 W3 Wicl. genes. 17; lou 

rel. ant. 2, 272; loT^en 17 or. a. Bl. 477; 

163611 (lowe) La^. 12872; l6we Hick. 

thes. 1, 228; lowe fsuhjunct.J p. I. s. 

XVIII, 46; laughen, lawheii, laiighwen, 

O.L.Germ. hlagan, (part.) Chauc. C. t. a 

3833; comp. bihloh. 
hlot, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. hlot, from hleoten, 

lot, sors, Mat. 27, 33; lot a. r. 338; 

misc. 30; Rich. 4262; fms. lott) Orm, 

133; hlote fplj Mark 13, 24; loten 

(lotes) Lay 13838; lotes Man. 7343. 
hlowcn, A.Sax. Iil6pan, O.H.Germ. hlohen, 

low; looweii Wicl. Joh 6; 16 win ^^mugire\ 

prompt. 313; IbwQ]) (pres.) p. 33, 6; 

I6uwe}) p. s. 332; lh6u|3 a. s. 4. 
hlowiiige lowing; lopiiige Kath. 144. 
hlud, A. Sax. 0. L. Germ, hlud, 0. H. Germ. 

lut, Gr. xXuTOC, loud; liid a. r. 210; 0. 

a. n. 6; Ihude (adv.) a. s. 3; lah3lieii 

Ihude Orm. 8142; liide st. gen. 3383; 

heo song so hide 0. a. n. 141; liide 

(loude) clepian La%. 1768; Ihoude ayenh. 

212; loude treat. 136; Alis. 283; Chauc. 

C. t. a 672; mid ludere stefne Lay 1429; 

luddure (compar.) a. r. 290. 
hlude, O.H.Germ. luta, sound; liide (loude) 

(dat.) La}. 2391; luden (pi.) rel. ant. 

ly 188; pa luden heo iherden Lay 27034. 
hliide, A.Sax. hl;^de, lide, March; lud(e) 

Roh. 371, 3; ]ide p. 35, 11. 
hludcn, A.Sax. hl^dan, O.H.Germ. liluten, 

sonar e, clamare. 
liiilinge clamour, Kath. 143; luding(e) (lou- 

dinge) Lay 24873. 
\AmXy A.Sax. hlyst, O.L.Germ. O.Icel. hlust, 

auditio, auditus, horn. 2, 25; lust La"^. 

11377. 



hlusten, A.Sax. hlj'stan, list, audire, anscul- 

tare; luston Lay 919; p. I. s. VIII, 114; 

luste 0. a. n. 896; listen Orm. 8374; 

lesten Will. 31; ilioste ayenh. 70; hlisted 

(pres.) hum. 2, 133; listij) Lidg. m. p. 

189; lust (imper.) Marh. 3, 13; luste 

(pret.) Lay 29326; 0. a. n. 233. 
hlustiieu listen; lustnen Kath. 110; lustnep 

(pres.) spec. 24; listnej) Langl. 9334; 

lestne (imper.) Shoreh. 76; lustnej) c. I. 

1027; listned rel. ant. 1, 217; lustnede 

(pret.) Lay 26337 ; listnede 6'^. gen. 

2137. 
hlutteiv A.Sax. hlutor, hluttor, O.L.Germ. 

hlutter, 0. II. Germ, lilutercr, hlutterer, 

Goth, hlutrs, pure; hitter Orm. 3707 . 
lutternesse, A. Sax. hluttorness, imrity, 

(? printed luBternesse) horn. 1, 107. 
huap, A.Sax. hnsep (calix), O.L.Germ, nap, 

O.H.Germ. hnapf (crater, patera), O.Icel. 

hnappr (globulus), cup, bowl; nap rel. ant. 

1, 129; Mapes 343; jjene nap Lay 

14333; nep a. r. 344; nappes (pi.) r. 

s. V, 107. 
huappieii, A.Sax. hnappian, hnseppian, nap; 

nappiii '^dormitare\ prompt. 331; nappi 

Lay 1219^'; nappe Langl. b 3, 393: 

napped (pres.) a. r. 324; nappe)) Chauc. 

C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 16938; nappide (pret.) 

Wicl. ps. 118; nappid (part.) Town. myst. 

98. 
iiappiiige, A.Sax. hnappung, napping, '^dor- 

mitatio", prompt. 331. 
hnecke, A.Sax. hnecca, O.Fris. hnecka, 0. 

Icel. hnakki, neck, cervix; necke Lay 687 ; 

Marh. 12; a. r. 322; 0. a. n. 122; 

Bek. 2202; nekke "collum'\ prompt. 332; 

Langl. b 3, 133; Mand. 48; Chauc. C. 

t. a 238; pane iihicke ayenh. 138. 

neckebon Alis. 2336; nekkebon Chauc. 

C. t. b 669. 
hiiefe, O.Icel. hnefi, neaf, neif, pugnus; nefe 

Fercev. 2087 ; neve Havel. 2403; neeve 

Flor. 1636. 



hnejen 



hof 



271 



hue^eiij A.Sa.r. hnsegan, iteiffh, hinnire; ne- 

jen Wicl. Is. 24; neyin prompt. 352; 

neide fprei.J Boh. 469, 4. 
hiieoseii^ O.Icel. linlosa, O.H.Germ. niusan, 

neese; nesin ^^sternutare", prompt. 354. 
hiiesche^ A.lSax. hnesce, Goth, hnasqus, nesh 
h fnashj, mollis, tener; nesche a. r. J 34; 
* treat. 138; Alts. 915; Shoreh. 146; 5. 

s. ed. Web. 732; Maud. 303; nesche and 

softe 0. a. n. 1546; in hard & in nesche 

IVill. 495; neshe Orm. 995; pr. c. 614; 

L c. c. 33; nesch a. p. 1, 605; nesh 
. . JIaiel. 2743; Chauc. c. I. 1092; mir. pi. 
1^ 128. 

nesshede mollitia, ayenh. 267 . 
hiiescheii^ A.Sax. hnescian, make nesh, molli- 
fy; neschin prompt. 353; neshen Orm. 

15909; nhessep fpres.J ayenh. 94; nesched 

fpart.J ps. 54, 22. 
hiiipieii^ A.Sax. hnipian, M.H.Germ. nipfen, 

se inclinare; pa sunne gon tO nipen La\ 

31734; pa nipeden hio ealle & slepen 

Mat. 25, 5. 
hiiite^ A.Sax. hnitu, O.Dutch nete, 0. H. 

Germ, niz, nit; nite "lens", prompt. 357 ; 

voc. 177; nites fpl.J pr. c. 651. 
huol, A.Sax. hnoll, O.H.Germ. hnol, noil; 

nol '■^vertex", fragm. 2, 11; nol "cervicem", 

Wicl. 4 Icings 17; nolle fdat.J p. s. 157. 
hiioppe^ A.Sax. Iinoppe(?), O.Dutch noppe, 

nap, "villus\ prompt. 358. 
hnot, A.Sax. hnot, not, mutilus, tonsus; not 

Chauc. C. t. a 109. 
hnute^ A.Sax. hniit, O.Icel. hnot, O.H.Germ. 

hniiz, 7iut, nux; nute hotn. 1, 79; ane 

nhote ayenh. 143; note prompt. 359; 

Havel. 419; Alis. 3293; nutes fpl.J st. 

gen. 3840; notes Dek. 1203; comp. lyi- 

sel-, walnote. 

nuthak(k)e nuthatch, picus, sq. I. deg. 55. 

notemigge nutmeg, prompt. 359; note- 
miigge Alis. 6792. 

nutescale La>,. 29265. 
ho *w hwa. 



h6f O.Icel. ho, ho: hoo to him hoo hoc 

Halliw. diet. 457. 
ho ho, intermissio? wipouten hC Chauc. 

Troil. 2175. 
ho see hoh. 
hobcleu^ O.Dutch hobbelen, hohhle; hobelen 

fpres.J pi. cr. 106; \i()h\Q(}iQXifpret.jLangl, 

a 1, 113. 
hobi, 0. Fr. hobin, hohhy, prompt. 242. 
hoc, A.Sax. hoc(leaf), hock, "malva\ fragm. 

3, 32; rel. ant. 1, 37; hok mc. 265; 

comp. holihoc. 
hoc, A.Sax. hoc, O.Dutch hoek, hook, "un- 

cinus", fragm. 4, 15; pene hCc horn. 1, 

123; hok "hamus\ voc. 240; c. I. 1128; 

hanged worpe he on an hOk Havel. 1102; 

h6ke fdatj Marh. 3, 26; Tor. 2508; 

hokes (pi. J spec. 105; ayenh. 264; Langl. 

h 5, 603; comp. angel-, flesch-, weodhoc. 
hod, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. hod, O.H.Germ, 

huot, hood, capitium. Mire 883; pi. cr, 

423; Gaw. 155; pere burne hod Za^. 

21421; enne pldne hod a. r. 56; als 

ich ever brouke mln hOd under min hat 

p. s. 332; hCd, hood Langl. 5, 17 2' (329); 

Chauc. C. t. a 195; hood Lidg. m. p, 

103; htid ant. Arth. II, 5. 
hod see had. 
hood in hood, provide with a hood, prompt, 

242. 
hodreii, L.Germ. hudern, hudder, ohtegeref 

hodur and happe Flor. 112; hodred in 

per hottes Man. 273, 5. 
hof, A.Sax. O.Icel hof n., O.L.Germ. O.H. 

Germ, hof m. (atrium, aula, domusj. 

hovedaunce, O.Dutch hofdans, M.H.Germ, 
hovetanz, court-dance, Gotv. 3, 6. 
hof, A.Sax. hof, O.Icel. hofr, O.H.Germ, 

huof, hoof, "ungula\ fragm. 2, 16; hCve 

Wicl: Joh 39; ' hufe (dat.J pr. c. 4179; 

hOves (pl.J Gaw. 459. 
hof, O.Icel. hof, measure, reason, Orm. 4742; 

wittiten hOve pr. c. pref. XI; comp. bi- 

hOf? 



272 



hof 



hole 



hofleas a. r. JOS; bofles Mark. 17. 
hof, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.IceL Goth, hof, 0. 

JI.Germ. huob, fpret.J hove, sustuli, La^. 

28018; Orm. 16706; Havel. 27 dO ; ps. 

120, 1; pou hove Horn 1277; (j)e3) 

hOfen Orm. 16840; hoven Alis. 688^; 

hofeii, Germ, (ge)hoben, for hat'en, A.Sax. 

hafen, (Kiccl. hafiiin, Goth, hafans, O.H. 

Germ, habaner, fpart.J hoven, Orm. 2649; 

hoven rel. ant. 1, 130; m. t. 20; a. p. 

2, 206; pr. c. 3126; ihoven Lay 28771; 

a. r. 282; comp. a-, aiihof. 
hofer, A.Sax. hofer, O.H.Germ. hover, hovar, 

^^giblfusj, struma', fragm. f), 12. 
hofercil, A. Sax. hoferod, gibber ; hoveret 

Marh. 20; hoverede {pl.J Kath. 1063''''. 
hog, IFekh hiich? hog, poreus, AUs. 1883; 

hogges fpl.J agenb. 80; La^igl. b 6, 183; 

comp. ponihog. 
ho^e, A.Sax. hoga, thought, care, solicitude, 

0. a. n. 701; howe rel. ant. 1, 263; ho- 

we (dat.) Rob. 461, 6; AUs. 1906; s. 

s. ed. Web. 1450. 

hojheful Orm. 2902; hoh-, houh-, hop- 
fur 0. a. n. 1292 ^^ 1296; hohfulle 
(pi.) La^. 14096. 
ho^ieii, A.Sax. hogiau, O.H.Germ. hogen(?) 

fret, hogeta, how, cogitare, curare, rel. 

ant. 1, 173; ho3ad fpres.J horn. 1, 11^; 

ho3ep 0. a. n. 466; howe]) spec. 23; 

ho3ede fpret.J La^. 13416; comp. bi-, 

for-, overho3ien. 
hoh, A.Sax. hoh, ho, hough, poples; ho 

Marg. 160; h63es fpl.J Gaw. 1367 . 

hou3senu Wicl. 1 paral. 18. 
howhin, howghin hough, ^^subnervare', prompt. 

261. 
hok see hoc. 
hoked hoohed, o. a. n. 79; his hokede neose 

Marh. 9. 
hoker, A.Sax. hocor, derision, scorn, Marh. 

6, 27; Kath. 778; Rob. 272, 19; hoker 

& scarn Lay 17307; hokere fdat.J Chauc. 

C. t. a 3966; hokeres fpl.J a. r. 188. 



hOkerlahter horn. 1, 283. 

hokerl(e)op Liy 28872. 

hokerliche Lay 19412; Kath. 742; a. 

r. 198; Rob. 417, 22; p. s. 204. 
hokerword Lay 19696. 

hokerieii moch, scoff; hokerest fpres.J Kath. 
468; hokered fimper.J a. r. 248; hoke- 
rede fpret.J ■misc. 60; ues liit nan swa 
wac mon pat him ne hokerede on Lay 
14796. 

hokcruiige mockery, deridon, a, r. 188. 

hoi, A.Sax. O.Fris. hoi, O.IceL holr, O.H. 
Germ, holer, hole, '■'■cavus', prompt. 242; 
hole fdat. n.J o. a. n. 966; hoi fsubst.J 
cavum, La-y 20862; Beh. 1162; hole 
Will 96; s. s. ed. Wr. 2169; hole fdat.J 
Marh. 10; o. a. n. 826; Havel. 1813; 
a. p. 3, 306; holes fpl J a. r. 128. 
hoUek, M.H.Germ. hollouch, ^^fcaepaj as- 

calonid', voc. 226. 
holrische ^^papyrus", prompt. 244. 

hoi, A.Sax. O.IceL hoi fjactantia, calumniaj? 
on hool frustra? Man. 16872. 

hoi see hal. 

hold, A.Sax. O.Fris. O.L.Germ. hold, O.H. 
Germ, holder, O.IceL hollr, Goth, hulps, 
favourable, friendly, faithful, st. gen. 1389, 
p. s. 214; hold Oder fa horn. 1, 231 
hold & trig Orm. 6177; hoMe misc. 38, 
pin holde mon Lay 14091; mid holde 
mode ho7n. 1, 81; holde fpl.J p. I. s. 
VIIL 134; Rob. 377, 14; m. h. 102; 
hulde Iw. 887; holde fadv.J Gaw. 2129; 
holdeste fsuperl.J Lay 16369. 
holdelike st. gen. 1646. 

hold, A.Sax. O.IceL hold, corpse, carrion: 
he pullep freten pin ftile hold fragm. 6, 
64. 

hold see heald. 

holde, O.Dutch houde, fidelity, Alis. 2912. 
\\oUo\) IlaieL 2781; Arth. a. Merl. 3688; 
holdeop Rob. 383, 8. 

holden s^i? healden. 

hole = hule ? hool, '^siliqua\ prompt. 242. 



lioler 



hope 



273 



holer see huler: 

bolh, L.Gerrn. holig? Schamb. tvb., hollow, 

cavus, La^. 761; hol3, holeuh o. a. n. 

643; hol3 Gaw. 2162; holw WW. 205; 

holu Itoh. 231, 7; pet bolh horn. 1, 23; 

ill pe holwe asche lai le fr. 209; hol3e 

("pi. J a. p. 2, 1693; holwe Hob. 131, 

12; his eyen holwe Chauc. C. t. a 1363; 

hol3es fsuhst. pi. J La^. 20848. 
hol^eu hollow, cavare; hoi wed (pret.) Rob. 

413''. 
holi holly, ilex, fragm. 3, 44; holie fdat.J 

a. r. 418; comp. cnehole. 

holihoc, A.Sax. holihoc(?), holly-hock, ^'al- 
thaea', rel. ant. 1, 36. 
holi see hali3. 
holieii^ A.Sax. holian, O.II.Germ. holan, 0. 

hel. hola, Goth, (us)hulon, hole; holin 

'^cavare', prompt. 243; holied fpres.J a. 

r. 130; holede fpret.J Man. 6836; h. s. 

10736; holed (part.) Alls. 3929. 
holien, A. Sax. holian fcalumniare ?J Somn. 

diction., Goth, holon (aoxocpavTsTv) Sch. 

gloss., O.H.Germ. huolenffrustrarijGra-f^s 

sprsch. 4, 849, defraud? pat holep o pe 

la3he leod & rippep hem & rsefep Orm. 

9319. 
hoiin^ A.Sax. holen, hollin, "hom\ voc. 163; 

a. r. 418^; rel. ant. 2, 280; see holi. 
holk^ A.Sax. hole, cavum: et te breoste 

holke ho7n. 1, 231; see holh. 
hoike see hulc. 
holkeiij Stved. holka, hoik (howk), cxcavare; 

hoiked (pret.) a. p. 2, 1222; holket 

(part.) ant. Arth. IX, 12. 
holm^ A.Sax. 0. L.Gerrn. holm, O.Icel. holmr, 

holm, mons, insula, prompt. 243 ^' 244; 

into pan hge3e holme La^. 20712. 
holm holm, esculus? prompt. 244; Chattc. C. 

t a 2921. 
holmen holmen, esculeus: holmen leves Alis. 

4943. 
holste rain-bird? voc. 233. 
holt, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.Fris. O.Icel holt, 



0. II. Germ, holz, holt, nemus, "saltus", 

fragm. 3, 48; voc. 270; prompt. 244; 

holte fdat.J La^. 826; Chaw. C. t. a 6; 

avow. Arth. XIX, 4 ; holtes (pi. J Percev. 

230; holtis m. Arth. 3029. 
horn see ham. 

homage, Fr. homage, homage, Rob. 46, 3. 
home see hame. 
homme see hamme. 
hoii, A.Sax. hon, Goth. 0. II. Germ, hahan, 

pendere, Lay 10009; hop fpres.j o. a. n. 

1123; he sculde beon ihon Lay 2086; 

comp. a-, an-, bihon. 
hon ho, stop, cease? hoo p. r. I. p. 193; 

ho fpres.J Gow. 3, 103; hoo fsubj.J e. 

T. 133; ho (imper.J li b. disc. 1938; 

Chauc. C. t. a 1706. 
hoiid see hand and hund. 
hone, A.Sax. han(?), O.Icel. hein, hone; 

hoone '^cos\ prompt. 243. 
hone delay, cessation? wipouten hone /. h. 

r. 109; Iw. 3667; boute hone Gaw. 1283; 

see ho. 
houen stop, stay? hone a. p. 1, 920; m. h. 

J 29; Town. myst. 11; see hon. 
honen hoon; comp. forhonen. 
honeste, O.Fr. honeste, honest, ayenb. 222; 

Chauc. C. t. a 246. 
hougien see hangien. 
houi see huni3. 
honour, O.Fr. honour, honour, p. I. s. XV 11^ 

308. 
honoureu, O.Fr. honorer, honour; honouri 

Marg. 104; honurede Brand. 33. 
hontien see huntien. 
hop, hoop, A.Sax. hOp(?), O.Fris. hop, 0. 

Dutch hoep, hoop, "circulu^^\ voc. 276; 

prompt. 243. 

hOpring, O.Du'ch hoepring, Halliw. diet. 
438. 
hope, A.Sax. hopa, O.L.Gei-m. (to)hopa, 0. 

Butch hope, hope, spes, Lay 13899; Marh. 

8; a. r. 78; Orm. 3816; ayenb. 3; Langl. 

3, 193 (199 J; comp. tOhope. 

35 



274 



hopien 



horn 



hopeful hopeful, a. r. 332. 
hopieiij A.Sax. hopian, 0. Dutch liopen, M, 

H.Germ. lioffen, hope, sperare, exspectcire, 

a. r. 78; hope Etch. 3474; hopie fpres.) 

Bel. 137; Shoreh. 129; hope Chauc. C. 

t. a 4029; hope (imperat.) La^. 17936; 

hopede fpret.J Rob. 33, 9; hoped Iw. 

1675; hopeden Will 4308. 
hoppe^ 0. Dutch hoppe, 0. H. Germ, hopfo, 

hophe, hop, ^^humulus\ prompt. 245. 
hoppe^ A.Sax. hoppa, huUa, caput lini, prompt. 

246; hoppen fpl.j Hoceaus', vac. 156. 
hoppe^ A.Sax. (g-8ers)hoppa, O.R.Germ. (wi- 

te)hopho ? saltator ; comp. greshoppe. 
hoppen^ A.Sax. hoppan(?), 0. Dutch hoppeu, 

O.lcel. hoppa, hop, salire, h. m. 17 ; hoppe 

Langl. 3, 193 fl99j; Chauc. C. t. a 

4382; hoppen fpres. suhj.J misc. 91; 

hoppede fpret.J Boh. 278, 9; hopped 

fpart.J Man. 13509. 
hoppcre, A Sax. hoppere(?), O.Dutch (gras)- 

hopper, hopper, frns. hopere) corhis semi- 

nis, rel. ant. 1, 7; hop(p)er Langl. 6, 63 

f7, 57 J; hop(p)er infundibulmn, Chauc. C. 

t. a 4039; (h)opperes locustas, si. gen. 

3096. 
hoppestore^ A.Sax. hoppestre(?), saltatrix; 

hoppesteres fpl.J Chauc. C. t. a 2017 

['^ballatricr, mistaJce for Hellatrici\ ten 

Brinlc, in the AthencBuyn, 2288.] 
hor, O.Fris. hor, 0. H.Germ. huov ffornicatio, 

stuprum, adulteriumj. 

horcop ^'spurius\ prompt. 246; Triam. 
224. 

hordom, O.Fris. hordom, O.lcel. hordomr, 
whoredom, a. r. 204; Shoreh, 59; Man. 
58, 4; pr. c. 8259; horedom Om-. 4632; 
St. gen. 3509. 

horehous, 0.1I,Gerrn. huorhtis, ivhoreliouse, 
'^lupanar\ vac. 274; prompt. 246. 

hdreman adulterer, st. gen. 4072. 
hor see har and hsbr. 
horil, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. hord, 0. H.Germ. 

hort, O.lcel. hodd, Goth, huzd, hoard. 



thesaurus, a. r. 224; o. a. n. 467; spec, 

54; pet hord fragm. 6, 57; Iiord of gold 

Orm. 6732; hord of apples Chauc. C. t. 

a 3262; horde fdat.J Lay 6077; Gow. 

3, 155; hurde pr. c. 5567; horde fgen. 

pLj Orm. 6733; comp. goldhord. 

hordhous Hailiw. diet. 459, 
hordeii hoard; & horden pat tu pinnest 

Orm. 12281; hordep fpres.) ayenb. 182; 

hordes ^^thesauri% i£\ ps. 38, 7. 
hordare^ A. Sax. hordere Sax. chron, 260, 

hoarder, ^^cellarius\ fragm. 4, 19. 
hore, A. S:fx. horu gen. horpes, (). L. Germ. 

horu, horo, O.Fris. hore, O.R.Germ. horo 

gen. horawes, sordes, limus, coenum, horn. 

2, 49; 0. a. n. 596; p. I. s. XVII, 8; 

ayenh. 229; li b. disc. 1477; rel. ant. 2, 

243. 
hore, A.Sax. hore(?), O.lcel. hora, O.Dutch 

hoere, 0. H. Germ, huora, whm-e fhoorj, 

meretrix. Lay 15579; a. r. 290; st. gen. 

4082; Shoreh. 62; Alis. 1000; e. T. 

653; lud. Cov. 218. 
horen, O.lcel. hora, 0. H.Germ. hiioron, for- 

nicari; ccmp. forhoren. 
hor5, A. S X. liorg, sordes, limus, coenum; 

horie fdat.) hom. 1, 202. 
hor^eu, M. H.Germ. horgen, make horry, dir- 
ty ; horyen misc. 92; horwed f pari. J a. 

p. 2, 335; comp. bihorjen. 
hori, A.Sax. horig, Id. H.Germ. horec, hor- 

wec, harry, scrdidus, hom. 2, 141; rel. 

ant. 2, 176; p. I. s. Vb, 13; hoori Wiel. 

hvit. 22; wip tonges horwe Chauc. c. M. 

a. V. 206. 
horling, 0. H. Germ, hnorlinc fspuriusj, for- 

nicator, ayenh. 52; s. s. ed. Wr. 2189; 

p. 6, 2; horlinges fpl.J p. I. s. VIII, 52 
horn, A.Sax. horn m., O.Fris. O.lcel. O.H 

Germ, horn n., Goth, liaurn n., Lat. cor* 

nu n., Welsh corn n., horn, cornu, Lay 

789 ^- 4538; p. s. 342; pene horn a 

r. 200; home fdat.J o. a. n. 318; hor- 

nes fpl.J Marh. 7 ; ayenb. 14; Mand. 47 



horned 



lioviii 



275 



hornkeke, -kek a sort of fish, prompt. 
247. 

hornpipe hornpipe, prompt. 247 . 
honied^ A.Sax. hyrned, Lat. corntitus, hor- 
ned, Octov. 1335; comp. ihurnd. 
hornen^ 0. II. Germ, hiirniner, hornen, cor- 

neus: pe hornene trumpe Wicl. ps. 07 . 
liors, A.lSax. O.Fris. liors, O.IceL hross, 0. 

H.Germ. hros, horse, ^ equus, a. r. 208; 

0. a. 71. 629; Tor. 117 1 ; ]jet liors ayenb. 

140; horses fgen.J a. r. 74; on horse 

spec. 48) hors fpl.j Orm. 8704; Mand. 

38; Chauc. C. t. 7141; horsen fdat. pi.) 

Lay 1026. 

horsbere horse-bier, prompt. 247; Man. 
9605; horsebere Lay 19597. 

horskam horse-comb, IlalUw. diet. 461. 

horsknave Ilalliw. diet. 460. 

horsflee3e horse-fly, Wicl. Josh. 24. 

horsher horse-hair, p. I. s. XVII, 158. 

horslode horse-load, g. 358. 

horsman horse-man, ^^equester\ prompt. 
248; horsmen (pi.) Lay 26617. 

horsminte horse-mint, ^^mentastrum\ prompt. 
248; rel. ant. 1, 36. 
hors see has. 
horsed; A. Sax. gehorsod, horsed, Ilalliw. 

diet. 460; horsid m. Arth. 87 . 
horu|)e; horpe, from hori, "sordes'\ Wicl. 

deuter. 7. 
horweu see hor3en. 
hos see has. 
hose^ A.Sax. O.Dutch 0. II. Germ, hose, 0. 

Icel. hosa, hose, "caliga\ voc. 196 Sf 259; 

prompt. 248; Lay 15216; Hob. 125, 2; 

Trist. 2, 34; Gow. 3, 236; hosen fpl) 

a. r. 420; Mand. 59; Chauc. C. t. a 456; 

pi. cr. 426; hosen and shon Bavel. 969; 

hosin w. a. i. 32. 
hosed; O.Icel. hosadr, hosed: hosed and shOd 

Havel 971. 
hosel see hilsel. 
host; O.Fr. host, host, Man. 3238; ost 

Wart. hist. 1, 16. 



host; O.Fr. hoste, host, hospes, fms. hoost) 
Chauc. C. t. a 747. 

host; A.Sax. hpOsta, O.Icel. hosti, O.lI.Germ, 
huosto, host, "tiissis\ voc. 224; prompt. 
248. 

hostage; O.Fr. hostage, hostage, Lay 5317*. 

hostel; O.Fr. hostel, hostel, hotel, st. gen. 
1397; Gaw. 805. 

hosteler; O.Fr. hosteller, hostler, keeper of 
an hostel, Chauc. C. t. a 241. 

hostin; A.Sax. hpostan(?), O.Icel. hOsta, 0. 
K.l erm. huosten, ^^tmsire\ prompt. 249. 

hot see hat. 

hoten hoot; hotend (part.) Will. 2387; see* 
huten. 

hoten see haten. 

hou); O.Icel. haugr, hough (how), collis; hoes 
(pi) ant. Arth. V, 5. 

houlen see hulen. 

hound see hund. 

houpen hoop, clamare; houpide, houped, ho- 
ped (2)ret.) Langl. 6, 174 (7, 159). 

hous see hus. 

housel see husel. 

houten see huten. 

houve; A.Sax. hufe(?), O.Icel. hufa, CB. 
Germ., hiiba, cap, prompt. 249; a silke 
houve Langl, 3, 276 (293); though i 
sette his houve Chauc. C. t. a 3911. 

hove "amMrca", prompt. 250. 

hove hoof, ^^(h)edera terrestris\ prompt. 250; 
comp. tunhove. 

hovel; A.Sax. hofel(?), hovel, tugurium, w. 
a. i. 19; hovil prompt. 250. 

hoviu; 0. Dutch M.R.Germ. hoven? dwell, 
remain, prompt. 251; hove Gcw. 2, 370; 
Triam. 1471; Lidg. m. p. 4; whl nilt 
pou over us hove Chauc. Troil. 4276; he 
hoved in de sunne rel. ant. 1, 210; and 
hovep per a stunde treat. 136; hoves 
Amad. ed. Robs. XLVI, 2; pr. c. 7579; 
hovez a. p. 2, 458; hoven Jos. 489; 
hovande (part.) Percev^ 533; hovede 
(pret.) Rob. 172, 12; he hovede and a- 



^76 



hover 



hreddea 



bod s. s. ed. Wr. 2823; and lioveden on 

heighe over pe lake Alts. 5445; hovide, 

hoved Langl. prol. 84 (210 J; hoved Gaw. 

2168; pay hoved on pe flode Min. 11; 

they hovid & bihelde m. Arth. 259. - 
hover see hofer. 
howe see ho^e. 
howen see hawen. 
hoxcii — *liohsenen, 0. If. Germ, hahsinon? 

hox: J)ou shalt hoxe '^subnervahis\ Wicl. 

Josh. 11. 
hrad^ O.Icel. hrseddr, territus; rad Orm. 

2170; Iw. 481; Gaw. 251; a. p. 2, 

1543; m. h. 73 : Town. myst. 102. 

radnesse terrar, d. Arth. 120. 
hrse^el, A.Sax. hraeg-l, O.Il.Germ. hregil, 0. 

Fris. hreil, rail, vesUmentum; rejel o. a. 

n. 562; reil Jlich. thes. 1, 167; comp. 

setraeijel. 

raeilhus ^^vesUarium\ fragm. 4, 18. 
hraBilen^ cmp. O.H.Germ. VihxQgil^^ foniatus), 

vestire? railed f part. J Gaw. 745; real(l)i 

railed fms. rallied) wip wel riche elopes 

Will. 1618; railid d. Arth. 3263. 
hrakc^ A.l^ax. hraca, O.H.Germ. racho, gu- 

la, faux; rake Marh. 11; r. s. V, 214. 
hrap, Dan. Dutch rap, qiiich, celer; rape 

Gam. 101; rape (adv.} Chaue. r. r. 6516. 

rapli celer iter, Will. 3179; Langl. a 5, 
176; m. h. 32; Min. 24. 
hrapc haste; rape ^festinaUo\ prompt. 423; 

Jlorn ed.Lum. 1418; s. s. ed. Weh. 1631; 

rel. ant. 1, 115; h. s. 2143; rape fdat.J 

Langl. h 5, 333; Gow. 1, 296; over peo 

table he leop a rape Alis. 4239.' 
hrapeii^ O.Icel. hrapa, start, hasten; rapin 

^^festinare\ prompt. 423; rapeu st. gen. 

2376; rape Gow. 1, 335; sacram. 659; 

rape and renne Cham. C. t. 13350; rape 

pe to shrifte Langl. h 5, 399; pe folk 

pat escaped to Scotland pam raped Mati. 

90, 8; comp. uphrapen. 
hraif, A.Sax. hrsed, O.Icel. hradr, O.H.Germ. 

hrader, rath, celer; rap Percev. 98; rathe 



mon ant. Arth. XXXIV, 9; rathe men 
d. Arth. 2550; rade (adv.) , rathe, cito, 
mox, La\ 4338; Kath. 554; dis sonde 
hem overtaked rade st. gen. 2313; rape 
Orm. 13766; Havel. 358; ayenh. 152; 
Man. 87, 13; m. h. 26; rape oper late 
0. a. n. 1147 ; rape, rathe Langl. 3, 56 
(73); whi rise je so rape (rathe) Chauc. 
C. t. a 3768; reade, rede (rade) a. r. 
54 Sf 86; rede horn. 1, 91; rader (com- 
par.) rather. Lay 3539; a. r. 190 Sf 384; 
raper Bek. 1652; Shoreh. 160; Chauc. 
C. t. 10176; reder horn. 1, 115; (h)is 
rapere wif l^oh. 285, 22; pe rapere toun 
Mand. 46; rapest (superl.) Langl. h 14, 
203; Chauc. c. b. L 428. 
radliche, A.Sax. hraedlice, celeriter, a. r. 
422''; readliche horn. 1, 247; rathli I. 
h. r. 84; Min. 29; mir. pi. 151. 
redmod, A.Sax. hraedmod, horn. 1, 105. 

hraveii, A. Sax. hraefn, hrsem, 0. Icel. hrafn, 
O.K. Germ, hraban, raven, corvus; raven 
rel. ant. 1, 218; a. p. 2, 455; reafen 
(reven) a. r. 84; reven treat. 133; 
leafaes (gen.) a. r. 84; remes La}. 30392; 
ravenes (pi.) s. s. ed. Wr. 3147. 
revenfot ^'■poly podium', rel. ant. 1, 36. 

hraw, A.Sax. hreap, O.L.Germ. hra, O.Icel. 
lirar, O.H.Germ. rower, raw; raw ^^cru- 
dus\ prompt. 424; Alis. 5774; Mand. 
203; rau p. s. 237; ra voc. 20U. 
rawhede '■^cruditas', prompt. 424. 

rawiiesse^ A.Sax. hreapness, rawness, prompt. 
424. 

hreac, A.Sax. hreac, rid, ^^acervus\ fragm. 
2, 55; rek rel. ant. 2, 80; reek prompt. 
428; rekes (pi.) Chauc. test. I. proL; Wicl. 
exod. 22. 

hream^ A.Sax. hream, O.Icel. hreimr? cla- 
mor; ream horn. 1, 209; a. r. 110*; 
raim (ream) La^. 11280; rsem Orm. 8137; 
rem o. a. n. 1215; rel. ant. 1, 223; st. 
gen. 1962; reames (pi.) Kath. 164. 

hredden^ A.Sax. hreddan, O.Fris. hredda, 



hrefen 



hreowen 



277 



O.H.Germ. retteu, red (rid), eripere, U- 

herare; redden Onn. 8126; ridde Gaw. 

2246; riddes fpresj horn. 1, 273; redde 

fpret.J horn. 2, W; Orm. 19316; pe 

children perwip fram depe lie redde m. 

t. 133; red f part. J Arth. a. Merl 8606; 

comp. ahredden. 
hrefeii^ A. Sax. (ge)lirefan, from hrof, roof; 

comp. 3elirefen. 
hremeu^ A.Sax. lireman, lir^man, from liream, 

7'eem, clamare; remen Kath. 2371; r. s. 

IV, 22; remen heo schule and grede 

misc. 77; reme h. s. 7858; a. p. 1, 1180; 

remed fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 223; hrimd 

3Iat. 12, 19; remden fpret.J La^. 5795; 

Mark. 18; jif me remde lude fur fur a. 

r. 242; iremd f part. J a. r. 1. 
hreod^ A.Sax. hreod, O.S.Germ. riot, reed, 

arundo, arundinetum. Mat. 12, 20; reod 

rel. ant. 1, 37; Alis, 6433; red voc. 226; 

reed prompt. 426; m. h. 36; reode fdat.J 

La^. 20168; reedes fpl.J Hand. 189. 
hreof) A.Sax. hreof, O.Icel. hriufr, O.JI. 

Germ, riob, scaler, asper; ref st. gen. 3726; 

refen fpl.J hom. 1, 243. 
hreofle^ A.Sax. hreofla, leprous; hreoflin 

fdat. pi.) hom. 1, 229. 
hreoh^ A.Sax. lireoh, eager, heen; reli La'^,. 

24784; rei rel. ant. 1, 188; reu peder 

Mat. 16, 3; rsehne face. m.J La^. 3884; 

rsehere (re3ere) fcompar.J La^. 4062; 

rehest (swperl.) Mark. 13; comp. wel- 

(h)reop. 

rehlTche Lay 9324. 

r^hscipe La-^. 24943. 
hreol; A.Sax. hreol, reel; reel, rel "girgil- 

lus, alahrum'", voc. 180 ^ 269; prompt. 

428; rel. ant. 2, 81. 
relin reel, prompt. 429; reled fpret.J Gaw. 

304; a. p. 3, 147. 
hreoseu^ A.Sax. hreosan, ruere, cadere; reo- 

sen Lay 18869; rees fpret.J Lay 15518*; 

ruren 27986; comp. tohreosen; derw. 

hrure. 



hreoiTor^ A.Sax. breeder, hrider, O.Fris. 
hrither,- r other, bos; reoder a. r. 140*; 
reoperes, roperes fgen.J Alis. 4719; repe- 
res p. s. 220; reoderen fpl.J Kath. 60; 
rederen hom. 2, 37; ruderen fropere) 
Lay 8106; roperen Rob. 52, 21; pi. cr. 
431; reperne tounge bugloss, Ralliw. did. 
680. . 

reoderheorde hom. 1, 97 . 
hreow, A.Sax. lireop, O.Icel. hryggr, tristis, 
moestus. 
reoullch, A.Sax. lireopllc, tristis, moestus. 

Lay 15080; reullch Bob. 296, 9; reow- 

li Alis. 6907; rewli s. s. ed. Web. 910; 

rewli, reuli st. gen. 1162 ^ 1968; reu- 

li Horn 1057 ; Mapes 338; reoplicbe 

fadv.J Marh. 4, 10; reullcbe Will. 86; 

Arth, a. Merl. 788; rewli, reuli m. h. 

59 ^^ 143. 
reumede f? ms. rumede) tristitia? Lay 
12971. ' 
hreow c, A.Sax. hreop, O.H.Germ. riuwa, 
dolor, miser atio; reope o. a. n. 1445; 
rewe Bek. 1051; in rew(e) st. gen. 3151. 
rew-, reuful rueful, Langl. b 14, 148; 

reuful p. I. s. XT' I, 25; m. h. 26; Aud. 

7. 

reopfulnesse riufulness, h. m. 41; reou- 
fulnesse a, r. 368. 
hreowen, A.Sax. hreopan, O.L.Germ. breu- 
wan fms. breuuan), 0. II. Germ, riuwan, 
O.Icel. bryggva, bryggja, 7'ue frewj, dole- 
re, poenitere, miserere: severe bit wule pe 
reouwen (reuwe) La^. 16047 ; reowe rel. 
ant. 1, 184; spec. 37; Alis. 3944; repen 
f printed repen) rel. a7if. 1, 221; rewe 
Horn ed. Lum. 378; Triam. 1544; pe 
cok bigan of bim to rewe Havel. 967; 
. reue Aud. 42; ruwin "poenitere, compat%\ 
prompt. 439; it reope j) bim Orm. 3976; 
be rewep me c. I. 541; me rewetb sore 
for bende Nicbolas Clmuc. C. t. a 3462; 
be rewes "miseretur", ps. 36, 26; reewe 
fimperat.J Hoccl. I, 412; rew, reu fpi-et.J 



278 



hreownesse 



hrof 



St. gen. 1166 ^ 1S28; reu hoin. 2, 147; 
god rffip of man Orm. 65; [rewede Ha- 
vel 503; re wide WicJ. Esther 10; rewed 
m. h. 15; reude Bek. 298]; comp. bi- 
hreowen. 

rc«unesse^ A. Sax. hreopness, dolor, misera- 
tio, a. r. 144"^; rewnesse, reunesse Havel. 
502 Sf 2227. 

hreows dolor? 

reusM r. s. VII, 15. 

hreowsien^ A. Sax. hreopsian, O.H.Germ. 
riiiweson, dolere, miserere: he reousede on 
heorte X«3. 22173; comp. bihreowsien. 

reopsuiid repentance, (Trm. 8799. 

reopsuiige^ A. Sax. hreopsung, repentance, 
Orm. 5563. 

hreowite^ O.Icel. hrygd, ruth frewthj, dolor, 
moeror, miser atio; reopde Kath. 2372; 
reowde, reoude (reujje) La^. 10869 Sf 
12116; reoude a. r. 32 Sf 150; rewde 
st. gen. 2339; rewpe, reupe Rol. 103, 
8 Sf 175, 1; reupe Beh. 541; ayenh. 
186; s. s. ed. Wr. 1389; Man. 71, 11; 
reupe, reuthe Langl. 4, 95 (108); reuthe 
pr. c. 6729; rewpe, reuthe Chauc. C. t. 
a 914; ruthe prompt. 439. 
reoudful ruthful, a. r. 116; reoupful Alis. 
6501; reupful c. I. 378. 
reopdfulliche ruthfuUy, Marh. 4, 8. 

hrepien, A. Sax. Jirepian, touch: repen & 
rinen a. r. 128^'; hrepe fpres. imper.J 
horn. 1, 221; repede (pret.) Mat. 8, 3; 
c mp. ahrepien. 

hrere^ A. Sax. hrere, reer (rear J, crudus; 
rere prompt. 430. 

? reremous, A. Sax. hreremus, rearmouse, 
vespertilio, voc. 164; Wicl. levit. 11; 
reremis fpl.J dep. R. 24, 1. 

hrereii, A. Sax. hreran, from hrore, move; 
rere fpres. J d. Arth. 2810. 

hrif, A. Sax. hrif, O.H.Germ. href, O.Fris. 
rif, venter, uterus; comp. midhrif. 

hrim, A. Sax. 0. Icel. hrlm, 0. Dutch rim, 
rime; rim '■'■pruind\ prompt. 434, 



rimfrost ^^pruitm', voc. 239. 
hrinen^ A.Sax. O.I.Germ. O.H.Germ. hrinan, 

rine, tangere; rined fpres J a. r. 320; 

ran f pret. J Orm. 15518; comp. a-, set-, 

ihrlnen. 
brings A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. hring, 

O.Icel. hringr, ring, cir cuius, annulus; ring 

a. r. 420; Percev. 425; pisne ring p. I. 

s. XXII, 9; senne ring Lay 30805; in 

a ringe Alis. 1112; i pidepene ring(e) h. 

m. 21; ringes fpl.J st. gen. 1872; Ha- 
vel. 2740; ringe fdat. pi. J Lay 30803; 

comp. ere-, kinering. 

ringworm ring-worm, ^''impetigo\ voc. 255; 
ringwirm ^^serpigo', prompt. 434. 
hringcn^ O.Icel. hringja, O.H.Germ. (ge)- 

hriugen, ring, circulari: let us alle aboute 

him ringe Ilalliw. diet. 686; ringinde a- 

buten a. r. 140. 
hringon rijig, sonare; ringen Orm. 901 ; 

ringe Chauc. C. t. a 3896; rang fpret.J 

Iw. 1397; rong Roh. 509, 14; lai le fr. 

181; Chauc. C. t. a 3215; rungen m. 

t. 15; rongen Langl. h 18, 425; ronge 

e. T, 319; Yxm^m fpart.) Havel. 1132; 

irungen Lay 29441; iiongQ Horn 1025. 
hriugen^ A.Sax. hringan pret. hringde, 0. 

Icel. hringja, ring: bellen per ringeden 

Lay 24486. 
riuuiige;, A.Sax. hrinung, taetus, a. r. 408. 
hrip, O.Icel. hrip, rip, corhis; rippe fdat. J 

Havel. 893. 
hris^ A. Sax. 0. Icel. 0. H Germ, hris, rise, 

sarmentum; rls spec. 26; Launf. 937; on 

blope ris o. a. n. 1636; rise fdat. J Chauc. 

C. t. a 3324 ; per he under rise lid Lay 

740; hulen of ris(e) & of leaves a. r. 

100; pe hare pat bredus in pe rise avow. 

Arth. IT, 12. 
hroc, A.Sax. hroc, O.Icel. hrokr, O.H.Germ. 

hruoh, roolc; roc ^^graculus\ fragm. 3, 19; 

rok 0. a. n. 1130; rook prompt. 436. 
hrof, A.Sax. O.Fris. hrof, roof, tectum; rhof 

Orm.. 11351; rof Havel. 2082; Rol. 



hrop 



huden 



279 



416, 1; rel ant. 2, 216; s. s. ed. Wr. 

2 168; pene rof La^. 2894; rofe fdatj 

Chauc. a t. a 3623; rove a. r. 152; 

hrofeii fdat. pi. J Mat. 10, 27. 
hrop, O.R.Germ.YiYUoi, roop (roup), clamw ; 

rop Za). 12640; rope fdat. J s. a. ed. Weh. 

1185. 
hropen^ A.Sax. hropan^r^^. hreop, O.L.Germ. 

hropan, O.II.Germ. hruofan, roop f roup J, 

clamare; rope Iw. 242; roped fpres.J a. 

r. 330''. 
hrore^ A.Sax. hr5r(?), O.L.Germ. lirora, 0. 

II. Germ, ruora; rore ^^co7nmotw\ prompt. 

436. 
hrorien^ 0. L. Germ, hrorian, 0. II, Germ. 

hruorian, move; roorin prompt. 431 . 
hros, O.Icel. hr6s, roose, laics; ros Ortn. 

4910; m. h. 43; rous h. s. 5160. 
hrosen^ O.Icel. lirosa, roose, laudare, gloriari; 

rosen Orm. 4906; rose a, p. 2, 1371; 

Town. myst. 10; roses fpres.J m. h. 49. 
rosing fflortatio, Orm. 4902. 
hrug, A.Sax. hijcg, O.Icel. hryggr, O.H. 

Germ, hrucki, ridge frig), dorsum ; rug h. 

m. 17; treat. 139; pene rug a. r. 264; 

rug (rugge) Lay 1912; rig Havel. 1775; 

Iw. 1833; rigge Alis. 5722; m. Arth. 

2178; pane reg ayenh. 116; rugge fdat. J 

0. a. n. 775; Langl. h 14, 212; rugges 

fpl.J Lay 540; ruggen fdat. pi. J Lay 

27421. 

rigbon voc. 245. 
hrugluiige^ O.II.Germ. ruckelingen, lachwards; 

ruglunge fragm. 6, 32; Jul. 48; ruglinge 

Marh. 17, 29. 
hrum^ A.Sax. brum, fuligo. 

rumbus o. a. n. 652. 
hriiiige^ A. Sax. hrung, M. H. Germ, runge, 

Gotli. brugga, rung frongj; ronges fpl.J 

Langl. h 16, 44; CJmuc. C. t. a 3625. 
hrure^ A.Sax. bryre, from breosen, ruin; 

rure o. a. n. 1154. 
hrusel, ^.*Sa^. brysel, O.L.Germ. xvi^&\ Heine s 

gloss., ^^adeps^ rusel, fragm. 2, 13, 



hrusien^ A.Sax. brysian, O.L.Germ. brisian, 
Goth, brisjan, shake, move: p^ eorde gon 
to rusien Lay 15946; resye ayenb. 23; 
rese Chatic. C. t. a 1986; rused fpret.J 
Langl. b 16, 78''''; riseden burnen (rusede 
wepne) Lay 26917; comp. abrusien. 
hriiteii; A.Sax. brutan, O.Fris. bruta, [0. 
Icel. briota, O.II.Germ. riozan], rout: rou- 
tin ^^stertere\ prompt. 438; route rudere, 
strepere, Havel. 1911; Beves 1180; Chaue. 
Troil, 3592; Ilich. 4304; routep fpres.J 
Chauc. C. t. a 3647; reat fpret.J ruit? 
Jul. 58; rnten ford pn^oruerwit, Kath. 
2031; comp. aetbruten. 
hru|)|)e^ A. Sax. brydda, M. H. Germ, riide, 

molossus; ritb? a. p. 2, 1543. 
hu, O.Fr. bu, hue, clamor, fms. bue) a. p, 

1, 872. 
hu see bwu. 

huche^ 0. Fr. bucbe, hutch, ^^cista, arca\ 
prompt. 252; Ber. 2510; I. c. c. 33; 
bucbe, buccbe (=: bwiccbe?) Lang. 4, 102 
fll6j; arke or buccbe Mand. 85. 
hude, A.Sax. bj^d, O.Fris. bud, bed, O.L. 
Germ, bud, O.Icel. bud, O.H.Germ. but, 
Lat. cutis? hide, cutis, Marh. 18, 14; 
pe bude pe waes of pare binde Lay 1213; 
softe as is . . . pummon(n)e bude a. r. 
120; pine bude o. a. n. 1114; buide h 
I. 752; bide Trist. 2, 30; pr. c. 5299; 
mir. pi. 151; bur sone was . . . feir of 
bide and bewe Triam. 468. 
hudeH 

liidellTke secretly? st. gen. 2882. 
hiideii; A. Sax. b;^dan, L. Germ. (fer)biiden, 
Gr. ZiuO'clv? hide, absconder e, a. r. 130; 
huido h: T.305; Mire 1105; biden Om. 
1019; bide Chauc. C. t. a 1481; m. h. 
54; m. Arth. 110; bede ayenb. 44; litide 
fpres.J 0. a. n. 265; liut a. r. 130; 3ef 
me but ant beled liit Marh. 15; peo pet 
hMed bam a. r. 174; budde fpret.J Lay 
8586; Kath. 912; Rob. 226, 16; Alls. 
2489; budde, bldde Langl. b 17, 108; 



280 



htidles 



humbling 



htidden Jos. 13; hidden Orm. 13736; 

St. gen. 3028; hud {part. J p. I s. VIII, 

39; hid Chauc. C. t. 9818; hed Will 

688; comp. bi-, for-, ihtiden. 
hiidles^ A.Sacc. h^dels, hiding-place, a. r. 

146; an hudlese Li^. 1817; in hidils 

(hudlis) "m ahscondito', Wici. deuter. 27 . 
hudnesse^ A. Sax. geh;ydness, hiding-place; 

hidnes Man. 77, 1. 
hiidungc hiding, a. r. 174; hedinge ayenh. 

196. 
huerte see heorte. 
huge huge, ^^magnus\ prompt. 255; Langl. 

b 11, 242; Mand. 45; Chauc. C. t. a 

2951; a. p. 2, 1659; hoiige Tor. 550. 
hu^e, A. Sax. hyge, 0. L. Germ, hugi, 0. H. 

Germ, hugu, O.Ieel. hugi, hugr, Goth. 

hugs, mind, animus; huje, huije, huie 

La^. 2337, 3033 Sc 4910; hige & mihte 

horn. 2, 123; hijfe) & hope Orm. 2777. 
hii^ieii^ A. Sax. hugian(?), hycgan, Goth. 

hugjan, 0. II. Germ, hugen, O.Icel. huga, 

hyggja, cogitare; comp. forhu3ien. 
huht^ A. Sax. hyht (spes, gaudium), 0. H. 

Germ, huht (sensus), hope, joy, horn. 1, 

97 ; hiht Orm. 3816; hiht & hope horn. 

1, -227;, hihte, hi3te o. a. n. 272; mid 

gode huhte ho7n. 1, 109. 

huhtlic, A. Sax. hyhtlic, joyous; comp. un- 
huhtlic. 
huhteii^ A. Sax. hyhtan, hope, rejoice; huih- 

ted fpres.J rel. ant. 1, 132; hihtep o. a. 

n. 436; hijtep Chauc. Boet. 116. 
hiike^ heuke, 0. Butch huike, 0. Fr. huque, 

hulce, mantle, prompt. 232. 
hukel^ O.Swed. hukli Ihres gloss., cloah; 

huckel a. r. 88. 
hukkerie^ hokkerie, Germ, hokerei, huckster s 

trade, Langl. h 5, 227 . 
hukstere^ Dutch heukster, huckster, prompt. 

252; hucster "ew«^«^or", voc. 123 ; hokester 

rel. ant. 2, 176; hucsteres fgen.J Orm. 

15817. 
faoxterie huckster s trade, Langl, a 5, 141. 



hul, A.Sax. hyll, O.Butch hille ? Lat. collis? 

hill,' a. r. 178; Bek. 17 17 ; senne hul 

La^. 1645; hil st. 'gen. 1293; Havel, 

1287; Wicl. John 4; Rich. 6048; fms. 

hill) Orm. 9205; hel Will. 2233; hulle 

(dat.) Alis. 2550; helle aye?ib. 5; hulles 

fpl.J Lay 5191. 
hulc^ A.Sax. hulc, hulk, "tuguriu7n\ Jragm. 

4, 54; hulke Wicl. Is. 1; hqlke voc. 

178. 
huldeiij A. Sax. (be)hyldan, 0. Icel. hylda, 

hild, excoriare; hulde Will. 1708; hilden 

^pret.J Lay 20957'\ 
hule, A.Sax. hule M.ones qu. 360, hull^ 

gluma ; see hole. 

? hulwurt, A.Sax. hulpyrt(?), "pulegium'\ 
rel. ant. 1, 36. 
hule hull, tugurium, rel. ant. 1, 214; hulen 

(dat. pi.) a. r. 100. 
huleii^ L. Germ, hulen, Butch huilen, howl; 

houlin ^^ulalare', prompt. 250; houle Gow. 

2, 265; houlep fpres.J Chatcc. C. t. a 

2817. 
huler^ O.Fr. houiier, ribald, lecher, h. m, 

31; holier ayenb. 51; holers fpl.J Rob, 

26, 21. 
hulieii^ (to^A. huljan, O.II.Germ.la.\\WQn pret, 

hulta, O.Icel. hylja, occulere, operire: hule 

& huide ho7n. 1, 279; hules fpres.J a. r. 

150^'; Will. 97; hule fimperat.J Mire 

1872; huled fpart.J rel. ant. 1, 39; hu- 

let a. r. 388'^'; ihulet Langl. a 6, 80. 
hulke^ A.Sax. hulce(?), hulc fliburnaj Mones 

qu. 315, 0. Butch hulke fnavis oneraria) 

KiJ. diet., 0. H. Germ, holcha factuaria 

navisj Graffs sprsch. 4, 892, hulk, corbi- 

ta, prompt. 252. 
huhir^ O.Icel. hulfr, huher, ilex, prompt, 

253; holvir s. a. c. ed. Wr. XL, 1; hul- 

fere fdat.J Chauc. c. b. k. 129. 
humble^ Germ, hummel, Butch hommel. 

hombulbe humble-bee, rel. ant. 1, 81. 
humbleii^ Butch horamelen, bombilare. 
humblhig bombus, Chauc. h. f. 1039. 



Humbre 



huntep 



281 



Humbre^ A.Sax. Humber, Ilumher: ho ferde 

over pe Humbre Zr). 3822. 
huniilite^ Fr. humilite, humility, Chauc. C. 

t h tO'O'J. 
humour^ Fr. humour, humour fhumorj; hu- 
mours fpl.J ayenh. 129. 
huUj O.Icel. hunn, top of the mast: soil heo 

drojeii to hune Li^. 2807 8. 
huiiilj A.lSax. O.L.Germ. hund, O.Fris. hund, 

hond, 0. Icel. hundr, Goth, hunds, 0. R. 

Germ, hunt, hound, '■^canu\ voc. 219; a. 

r. 324; Marh. 6; o. a. n. 817; Havel. 

1994; p. 8. 197; hund (homl) Z»). 2676'2; 

hond ayenh. do; Octov. 1530; hound 

Brand. 6; Will 10; Langl. ed. Wr. 2994; 

hundes fgen.J o. a. n. 822; huudes fpl.J 

Orm. 7406; hondes Man. 75, 28; comp. 

grai-, sehund. 

houndfisch hound-Jlsh, Chauc. C. t. 9699: 
houndfish Lidg. m. p. 201. 

houndfle3e Wicl. ps. 77. 
hund; A.Sax. O.L.Germ. Goth, hund, O.IL 

Germ, hunt, Lat. centum, Welsh cant, 

Bret, kant, Russ. cmo, Gr. sxaiov, Sanscr. 

^rT^Tj centum: hund pousunt deade La'^. 

83. 

hundfald centuplex, hom. 1, 147 . 

hundred (hundred?), A.Sax. hundred, 0. 
Fris. hundred, hunderd, O.Icel. hundrad, 
O.lI.Germ. hundort, see Gr. gesch. d. d. 
spr. 253, hundred, centuria, centum, a. 
r. 42; 0. a. n. 1101; p. s. 344; hu 
he sette lmndj:e([ La^.^ 199 8; an hund- 
red fms. hunndredd) Orm. 4333; twa 
hundred La^. 1556; foper hundred Orm. 
4321; hondred Roh. 1, 7; ayenh. 55; 
hundrep Man. 35, 8; hundreth pr. c. 
4524. 
hund-; A.Sax. hund-, O.L.Germ. ant-, 0. 

Fris. O.Dutch t-, see Gr. gesch. d. d. spr. 

249. 

hundseventi, A.Sax. hundseofontig, septua- 
ginta, hom. 2, 51 ; huntseventi rel. ant. 
I 173. 



hune, A.Sfx. hune(?), h6re hune hoarhound, 

^^marruhium^\ voc. 139. 
hiinen see henen. 
hunger, ^.<SV^. hungor, O.L.Germ. O.lI.Germ. 

hungar, O.Fris. hunger, honger, O.Icel, 

hungr, hunger, fames. La}. 4042; Orm. 

5682; Langl. 6, 323 (7, 307 J; honger 

Roh. 378, 15; h. h. 50; ayenh. 75; * 

hungre fdat.J a. r. 260; Chauc. C. t. b 

100. 
hungren, A. Six. hyngran, O.L.Germ. (ge)- ' 

hungrean, 0. II. Germ, hungeren, Goth. 

huggrjan, hunger, esurire, a. r. 214; 

him hungred rel. ant. 1, 220; us hun- 

greth Havel. 455; whan })e hungrep 

Langl. h 14, 49; him hungrede a. r. 

162; Isumh. 557; comp. for-, ofhungren. 
hungri^, A.Sax. hungrig, hungry, Orm. 6162; 

hungri misc. 154; h. h. 87; hungri gere 

d. gen. 2136; hungri time Chauc. Boet. 

314. 
huni^, A.Sax. O.Fris. hunig, O.L.Germ. 

honeg, O.II.Cerm. honig, houag, honang, 

O.Icel. hunang, honey, mel, Orm. 9225; 

huni a. r. 404; h. m. 9; pi. cr. 726; 

honi c. I. 78; Shoreh. 90; Mand. 251; 

pet honi ayenh. 1^6. 

hunicomb honey-comh, favus, mi&c. 54; 
honicorab Wid. 1 kings 14. 

honisocle honey-suchle, prompt. 245; huni- 
succlcs rel. ant. 1, 37. 

hunitiar nectar, hom. 1, 217; huniter 
Ilich. thes. 1, 167. 
hunne see heonene. 
hunte, A.Sax. hunta, venator, Orm. 13471; 

Chauc. C. t. a 2018; hunten fpl.J La"^. 

2590; rel. ant. 1, 120. 
Hunfindune, A.Sax. Huntan dun, Hunting- 
don, misc. 146; Hontindone Roh. 4, 1. 

Huntendoneschire proclam. 1. 
huntere hunter, venator, st. gen. 1481; 

huntare prompt. 253. 
honte|>, A. Sax. huntod, venatus, Roh. 283. 

7. 

36 



282 



^luntien 



hurten 



huntieu^ A. Sax. huntian, hunt, vmiari, Lay 

2586; hunten Orm. 13460: Chauc. C. t. 

a 167 4; honteDeff rev. SO; huntede fpret J 

a. r. 344. 
hiiiitunge^ A.Sax. huntiuig, hunting, venatio, 

a. r. 330; huntinge Lay 21342. 
hiipc^ A. Sax. hype, O.Dutch hiipe, heiipe, 

Goth, hups m., 0.11. Germ, huph, huf /'., 

hip, femur, a. r. 280; hipe prompt. 241; 

hipe, hippe Wicl. genes. 47; hippe Gow. 

2, 159; hepe voc. 179; hupes fpl.J Mob. 

322, 7; Alls. ed. SJc. 190; hipes, hippes 

Chauc. C. t. a 472. 

hepebooii hip-hone, IlaUiio. diet. 445. 
hupel^ A. Sax. h^pel, hippie, acervulus, fragm. 

2, 55; hipil IVicl. genes. 31. 
liuppcii^ M. II. Germ, liiipfen, hip, salire; 

huppe Boh. 537, 5; Jos. 14; huppe 

(pres.) spec. 38; hupp o. a. n. 379; hip- 

pinge (part.) Langl 11488; Flor. 1993; 

hupte fpret. J Roh. 208, 5; Brand. 8; 

comp. overhuppen. 
hiirde^ O.Dutch hui'de, O.II.Germ. hurd, 0. 

Ice/, hurd? Goth, haurds? Gr. Y,6pzrj? 

crates; hurdis fpl.J Min. 46; Golag. a. 

Gaw. 470. 

?hurdreve ''centauria\ rel. ant. 1, 36. 
hurtle see heorde. 
hiirdcl^ A. Sax. hyrdel, hurdle; \\\i^\\ '^era- 

tes\ prompt. 241 ; herdil vog. 279; hurdles 

fpl.J All's. 6104; herdles Roh. 232, 22. 
hure see hwure. 

hurc cap, prompt. 252; Wart. hist. 2, 2. 
hurc, A. Sax. h^r, 0. Dutch huere, 0. Fris. 

here, hire, merces, Lay 31110; spec. 42; 

hure, huire a. r. 404 c^- 428; hure, 

huire, hire Langl. 2, 91 fl22j; huire 

h. m. 7; Mand. 285; hire Bavel. 908; 

Min. 28; hiire Wicl. John 4; here Alis. 

5221. 

hfirmon '■'■mercenarius\ fragm. 5, 4. 
hiireu^ A. Sax. h^rian, O.Dutch hueren, 0. 

Fris. hera, hire, a. r. 126; hirin ^'condu- 

cere\ prompt. 241 ; hire a. p. 1, 506; 



Lidg. m. p. 43; here misc. 33; hurede 
fpret. J Horn ed. Lum. 752; Bek. 1173; 
hureden Lay 30696; huired, hired f part. J 
Langl. 6, 116 f 7, 107 J (ed. Wr. 4024 J. 

hiireu see her en. 

hur^eii hurry? horyed fpret. J a. p. 2, 883. 

hiirklcu^ cmp. 0. Dutch hurken fse inclina- 
re J, hurhle, se incline re? hurkelez doun 
with his hede a. p. 2, 150. 

hurleii^ Dutch horrelen? hurl, pulsar e; hur- 
lest f pres. J Chauc. C. t. h 297; hurled 
to gedores a. r. 166; hurlip JFicl. Luke 
9; horlip p. S.211; pe see him hurlede 
up and doun p. I. s. XXIII, 25; hur- 
led Will. 1243; hurled f part. J a. p. 2, 
44. 

liiiriie^ A.Sax. hyrne, O.Icel. hyrna, O.Fris. 
heme, hum fhernj, corner, angulus, Marh^ 
8, 33; 0. a. n. 14; p. s. 150; rel. avit. 
1, 264; som hurne of pe londe Roh, 
178, 7; huirne Jos. -378; hurne, hirne 
Will. 688 ^' 3201; hirne prompt. 241; 
Orm. 1677; a. p. 3, 178; heme Chauc. 
C. t. 11433; hurnen fpl.J a. r. 314; 
huirnes, hirnes, hemes Langl. 2, 209 
f233j; hirnes Alex. 3215. 
hirnestan Orm. 6824. 

liuiTCii^ hurrin, Sived. hurra? ^'homhi%are\. 
prompt. 254; comp. tohurren. 

hurst, M. II. Germ, hurst, 0. Dutch horst,, 
hurst, siha; hurstes fpl.J ant. Arth. V, 
5. 

hurt, O.Fr. M.H.Germ. hurt, O.Dutch hurt, 
hort, Jmrt, laesio, a. r. 1 12; hurtes fpl.J 
Lay 1837; Chauc. C. t. 10785. 

hurtc see heorte. 

hurten, 0. Fr. hurter, M. H. Cerm. hurten,. 
O.Dutch hurten, horten, hurt, offendere, 
laedere, a. r. 8; hirten Orm. 11370, 
Alis. 5844; hirte s. s. ed. Web. 267; 
herte Rich. 47 15; hurtes, Jiortes f pres. J 
ps. 36, 24; hurte fsuhjunct.J Langl. h 
10, 366; hurten fpret. J Lay 1878; i-^ 
hurt f part. J a. r. 98. 



hurtleu 



llWLl 



283 



hurtleu hurtle, ojfendere, laedere: jjei schulen 
. . . hurtlen to gidere ^^col.ident'\ WicL 
Jerem. 48; hurteiin to gedur ^^colHdere\ 
prompt. 263; hurtle fms. hurtel) Will. 
6013; ilk an of pam sal . . . again Other 
hortle fms, hortel) pr. c. 47 87 ; he him 
hurtleth fv. r. hurtejj) wij) his hors a 
doun Chauc. C. t. a 2616. 
hus, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. O.K. Germ. O.IceJ. 
Goth, hus, house, domus, a. r. 134; Orm. 
, 1608; 0. a. n. 623; st. gen. 1619; Ha- 
vel. 740; hous Uoh. 20, 10; Mand. 247; 
8. s. ed. Wr. 2816; ps. 83, 4; hus fplj 
La^. 1937; hous ayenh. 43; coonp. bak-, 
bede-, brew-, cwalm-, gang-, gest-, hor-, 
hord-, (h)rum-, mothus. 
husbonde, A.Sax. husbonda, OJoel. hus- 

bondi, husband, ^^pater familias', prompt. 

264; La^. 31968; horn. 1, 247; Mand. 

247; housbonde WicL John 4. 
hus-, housbonderie husbandry, Langl. 1, 

66 (67). 
house vese house-eaves, Wiel. ps. 101 . 
houshold, Germ, haushalt, household, Lidg. 

m. p. 67; housholdes fpl.J Mand. 209. 
housholdere, -haldere householder, Chauc. 

C. t. a 339. 
huslepe, A.Sax. hushleop, protectio domus, 

hm. 1, 277. 
houslek house-leek, prompt. 261. 
husting, O.Icel. husping? husting, Lay 

2324. 
huswif housewife, voc. 216; htisplf fms. 

husepif) a. r. 416; houswif Langl. b 

14, 3. 
huschen^ L. Germ, huscheu, hussen, hush ; 
husht, bust fpaH.J Chauc. C. t. a 2981 
fed. Wr. 2983J. 
huscheu^ A.Sax. hyscan, from husc (hux), 

deride; comp. forhuschen. 
hiisel, A.Sax. husel, O.Icel. husl, Goth, hun- 
sel (^oata), eucharist, a. r. 208; horn. 2, 
91; Orm. 6216; housel Langl b 19, 
390; Chauc. r. r. 6386; Tor. 1273; 



housil pr. c. 3402; hosil Lidg. m. p. 

248. 
husieii^ A. Sax. husian, M. II. Germ, huseu, 

house; hou^m prompt. 261; house Ilalliw. 

diet. 464; d. Arth. 4284; housede fpret.J 

Hob. 21, 13. 
liousinge housing. Mire 1147 ; housing Gow. 

2, 362. 
huske hush, siliqux, prompt. 264; Mand. 

188. 
husleii^ A.Sax. huslian, O.Icel. husla, Goth. 

hunsljan, adminider the eucharist, Orm. 

6129; houselin prompt. 260; housele 

Mand. 261; hosleii Havel. 212; housled^ 

houseled fpaH.J Langl. b 19, 3; houseled 

Chauc. C. t. ed. Tyrxoh. p. 170; ihuseled 

a. r. 16; ihouseled Shoreh. 22. 
huspiliii^ Fr. houspiller, huspil, prompt. 266. 
hilteii hoot, Orm. 2034; houtin ''boare\ 

prompt. 261; lud. Cov. 179; ihouted 

Langl. b 2, 218. 
hiiting^ hiitung hooting, Jul. 62 Sf 63. 
hiitte, O.Dutch hutte, O.lI.Germ. hutta, hat, 

casa; hottes fpl.J Man. 273, 6. 
huve^ A.Sax. hj^fe, hive fheevej, alveus; hui- 

ve nl. ant. 2, 84; hive p. I. s. IK 31; 

Chauc. C. t. a 4373; a. p. 2, 223; hife 

voc. 223; heve Betes 1408. 
hiyiii hive, put in a hive, prompt. 242. 
\\VL\, A.Sax. hues (hux), husc, O.L.Germ. 

O.lI.Germ. hose, mochery: hux and hoker 

La-). 28866. 

hux\yord Lay 21682. 
hwa, A.Sax. hpa, O.Fris. hwa, O.L.Germ. 

hve, O.Icel. hvar, O.lI.Germ. liwer, Goth. 

hvas, Lat. qvis, who fiooj ; hpa Marh. 

20; hpa f printed hwa) pas purse pen heo 

Kath. 170; ^if hpa is spa sunful horn. 

1, 9; wha Lay 4626; Fercev. 1613; 

pr. c. 90; plia f printed wha) Orm. 2091; 

hpo f printed hwo), hpoa a. r. 6 Sc 18; 

hpo (hwo), po 0. a. n. 113 §f 1196; 

hwo, wo Havel. 76 Sf 296; hvo ayenh. 

6; who Chauc. 0. t. a 831; who, ho c. 



284 



hwser 



hwanne 



/. 268 Sc 1159; wo Roh. 213, 20; s. s. 
ed. JVr. 1093; ho treat. 133; Will. 1286; 
I. T. 894; Degrev. 1433; 5W0 3Iapes 
334; qva m. h. 3; qvo st. gen. 369; 
ant. Arth. XXIV, 9; hpat, A.JSax. hpset, 
O.Fris. liwet, O.L.Germ. O.lcel. hvat, 0. 
H.Germ. hwaz, Lat. qvid, what, Katli. 
150; hpat herte is spa hard horn. 1, 269; 
of hpat (for hpam) a. r. 66; hpat (hwat), 
phat 0. a. n. 60 ^ 1730; hwat, wat 
Havel 117 8f 1951; hpet pene 30 Mark. 
6; of hpet cunde 16; hvet ayenh. 20; 
whset heo d(3ii mihten La->,. 12262; whet 
he per solite 2393; what cnihtes we 
beod 13845; what c. I. 1061; what 
qvod pe prest Langl. 7 , 130 (8, 117 J; 
what swa ^^quodcunque\ ps. 1, ^\- what 
liitles pat he et p. I. -s. XV 11, 396; 
what for eye what for love Beh. 337 ; 
pat frend pat fa horn. 1, 237 ; wet h. li. 
194; qvat rel. ant. 1, 292; m. h. 5; 
hwes (gen.) whose, ciijus, mise. 50; whes 
sime he weore La-^. 17 111; god . . . hpas 
predde Mark. 9; ancren hpas fquarumj 
blisse a. r. 348; hvas oyenb. 38; whas 
Will. 1441; whos Wid. John 4; whos 
(hos) c. I. 61; wos rel. ant. 1, 226; hpam 
fdat.J whom, cut, a. r. 56; purh hpam 
ffor hyan) Iiath. 225; pham (ms. pliamm) 
Orm. 6995; wham treat. 138; Will 314; 
Orph. 126; pr. c. 91; wham (wam) he 
mihte bitsechen his dohter & his riche 
Z«5. 11550; whom c. I 296; whan face. 
m.J quern, La"^. 27 487 ; & make king wan 
he wole Roh. 502, 16; to whan (for 
wham) hit seal iwnrden Za). 17903; for 
wan quapropter, 2679; to pan (whan) pe 
senile & of pan pe come p. I s. VIU, 
164; pe ston upe whan ich sitte Brand. 
27 ; to hpon Marh. 16; vor hpon (print- 
ed hwon) a. r. 62; wite ye for hwon 
mUc, 38. 

hwser see hwar. 

hwate, A. Sax. hpsete, 0. L. Germ, hveti, 



Goth, hvaiteis, 0. H.Germ. hweizi m., 0. 
Joel hveiti 7t., wheat, triticum, Marh 4,. 
28; hpete, hpeate a. r. 70 ^- 2^0; 
hpeate Hicl. thes. 1, 224; ph^te Orm. 
10521; hvete ayetib. 141; whete Langl 
3, 40 (41 J; Hand. 189; wete Shoreh. 
30; qvete m. h. 140. 
hpetecorn (hpete corn?) granum triticiy 
horn. 1, 241. 

hw^ten, A. Sax. hpa^ten, ivheaten, triticeus: 
whete bred Langl b 7, 120; in ane 
hvetene Ihove ayenb. 82. 

whakeu see cwakien. 

hwal, A.Sax. hpael, O.lcel hvalr, 0. H.Germ. 
wal, tvhale; whal ^^cetus', voc. 222 ; spec. 
35; Chauc^ C. t. 7512; whal, qwal 
prompt. 523; qwal" ^7oc. 189; qval m. h. 
136; of whales (wales) bone Z«). 2363. 

hwaiiciu;, A.Sax. hpanone, hpanan, hponan, 
O.L.Germ. hvanan, hvanen, 0. H.Germ. 
(h) wan ana, h wan an, (h)wannan, whence,, 
unde; whanene, whonene (wanene) La-^. 
1430 ^\ 13846; panene, phonene, hwe- 
nene, hwenne 0. a. n. 138 Sf 1300; wa- 
nene Rob. 376, 15; hpeonene (hpeonne) 
horn. 1 , 249; hponne Marh. 16; whenne 
Horn 169; hvannes ayenb. 115; whannes 
treat. 139; whennes Will. 478; Chauc. 
C. t. 13750; whens Triam. 431. 

IiwaiiiiiS A.Sax. hpanne, hponne, hpasnne,. 
0. H.Germ. hwanne, (h)wenne, O.L.Germ. 
Goth, hvan, when, quando; hvanne ayenb. 
6; phanne Orm. 133 ; whanne Wicl John 
12; wanne rel ant. 1, 209; whanne, 
whan Will 80 ^' 303; hpanne, ponne, 
hwenne, hpan, pan, hpon, hwen 0. a. n. 
38, 162, 1149, 1251, 1264, 1531 ^ 
1566; hponne, hpon a. r. 6 ^' 144; 
wonne, wenne, whenne (wan) La'^. 7 14, 
3570 ^ 27174; whenne, when spec. 74; 
hpen Marh. 6, 25; whan Beh. 53; Chauc. 
C. t. a 179; whan, whon Langl prol 
1; whon Jos. 25; wen s. s. ed. Wr. 
994; hwan, qvanne Havel 162 Sf 1353: 



hwar 



hwelp 



285p 



qwanne fms. quuanne) st. gen. 190; qwan 
lud. Cov. 266; w. a. i. 48; qvan s. a. 
c. /, 13; qven a. p- ^i ^^' *^- ^- "^' 
avow. Artli. IV, d. 
hpar, A.S'JX. lipar, hpser, O.L.Germ. OJcel. 
Goth, hvar, 0. 7/. 6>rm. (h)war, wara, 
where, uhi, quorsum, a. r. 8; hpar, hwar, 
hware, pare o. a. n. 64, 892, 1049 Sf 
1727; hware, hwere Jlavel. 649 Sf 1881; 
whar Will. 394; pr. c. 367; phaer Orm. 
1827; whser, wher (ware) Zar^. 3320 Sf 
4464; hyei' Marh. 10,26; (printed Xm^x) 
r. s. V, 97; wher IVicl. John 20; comp. 
a-, ihwar. 
hveran whereon, ayeni. 176; whaeron (ms. 

whser on) Lar>,. 16602. 
wharbi wherciy, Will. 2266. 
liparfore wherefore, a. r. 168^'; wherfore 

Mand." 246. 
hverinne wherein, ayenh. 23. 
hpsermid Mat. 18, 26; wermid rel. ant. 

2, 274; hvermide ayenb. 23. 
hparof whereof, a. r. 12; wharof treat. 
136; wherof Langl. h 3, 66; phseroffe 
Orm. 14U62. 
hparto whereto, a. r. 392; hperto Marh. 

16, 19. 
hperpurh wherethrough, Kath. 236; wher- 
pur3 proclam. 6; hparduruh a. r. 210. 
hveronder whereunder, ayenh. 221. 
hveroppe whereup, ayenh. 261. 
hperpid wherewith, h. m. 9; wherwip 
Chauc. C. t. 6713; wharwith pr. c. 
3836. 
hwarf, A. Sax. hpearf 7n. freversio, coinmuta- 
tio, congregatioj Ettm. lex. 613, Greins 
gloss., O.L.Germ. hvarf m. fcongregatio, 
concilium J Schm. gloss., O.Icel. hvarf n. 
f'versatio, refugiumj Egilss. lex., 0. II. Germ. 
warb m. n. ffj (vertigo, vicisj Grafts 
sprsch. 4, 1236, from hwerfen, turn, con- 
version, convention? purh warf of poii folke 
La^. 2070; he per waerf makede 17486. 
hwarfieii^ A. Sax. hpearfian, 0. Icel. hvarfa 



pret. hvarfadi, turn; pharfen Orw. 14137; 
pharfed (part. J Oim. 9668; comp. blind- 
hwarvien. 
hwat see hwa. 

hwat, A.Sax. hpaet, O.L.Germ. hvat, O.Icel. 
hvatr, quick, keen; per weoren eorles 
swide whaete (wate) Xa^. 7 137; whate 
(adv.) Alis. 2639; to ham he ran full 
wate li h. disc. 1648; comp. ihwaet? 
hpatliche quickly, o. a. n. 1708; phat- 
like Orm. 12166; whatlokere (coiapar.) 
Beh. 1249; watloker lioh. 429, 16; 
whatlokest (superl.J p. I. s. XIII, 316. 
hwate^ A. Sax. hpaet ( men J? 0. Icel. hvot 
(incitamentmi, celeritas, strenuitas), speedy 
fortune? pe man pe leved upon hpate reL 
ant. 1, 131; on hwat(e) (quickly?) Ha- 
vel. 1932; wate Roh. 34, 16; qvate Ilal- 
liw. diet. 666; after sum geste stod him 
qvate st. gen. 1064; comp. unhwate. 
hwey, pei, A.Sax. hpaeg, O.Dutch wei, whey 
(whig), 0. a. n. 1009; whey ^^seruni\ 
prompt. 623; qwhey rel. ant. 1, 9. 
livc^el see hweol. 

whelc, A.S'JX. hpele (putredo?) Somn. dict.y 

wheal, ^^pustula', prcmpt. 623; voc. 267, 

hwelin, A.Sax. hvelan, suppurare? prompts 

623. 
hwclfcii, A.Sax. (be)hpylfan, O.Icel. hvelfa,. 
O.L.Germ. (be)hwelbean, M.II.Germ. wel~ 
ben, whalve, turn, roll: he hwelfde at pa- 
re sepulchre dure enue grete ston misc, 
61; comp. overhwelven. 
whelke, qwelke, dimin. of whele, whelky 
"pustula\ prompt, 623; whelke WicL 
levit. 13; whelkes (pi.) Chauc. C. t. a 
632. 
whelnieii whelm, vertere, Chauc. Troil. 139; 
whelmin ^'■siipinare\ prompt. 624; whel-^ 
me (imperat.) Ilalliw. diet. 926; comp. 
overhwelmen. 
hwelp; A. Sax. hpelp, hpylp, 0. L. Germ, 
hvelp, O.Icel. hvelpr, O.H.Germ. welf^ 
whelp; hpeolp a. r. 198; phelp Orm, 



286 



hwelpen 



liwi 



6838; whelp "eatuliu', prompt. 524; p. 

I. 8. XV in, 'JO; welp Trid. 3, 10; wliel- 

pes fpl.J La^. 316W; wiielpis Octov. 314. 
hyvtXi^tw ivhelp, catulos parere ; phelped /'^<?ri5.y' 

Orm. 5839. 
hweiieii, J. Sax. (a)lip£enan(?), trouble, grieve? 

pat wenej) me umbe while spec. 49; 

camp, a-, ihwenen? 
hweiieuc see hwanene. 
hweiiuc see hwaniie. 

hpeol^ A. Sax. hpeol, h]?eohl, li-peogul, hpeopol, 
, 0. Dutch weel, wiel, 0. Icel. hvel, hiol? 

wheel, rota, a. r. 322; pat hpeol Kath. 

1951; pheol Orm. 3642; hefnes phel 

17531; hvejel ayenh. 24; Avhel Chaiic. 

C. t. 7837; qwel Jlaliiw. diet. 657; 

hpeole, hpeoles fpLj Kath. 1942 §^ 2017; 

weoles Jlob. 408, 10; wheles Ma7id. 241. 

whelspor ivheel-spur, ''orlnta", prompt. 524. 

whelwri3t(e) wheeJ-wright, rel. ant. 2, 8; 
qvelwri3te ant. Arth. XXI, 11. 
hweoieii ivheel, rotare; hpeolinde f part. J a. 

r. 356. 
hwer see hwar. 
wher see hweder. 
hweri", Dutch werf, Stved. varf, ivharf; wherfe 

fdaf.J Man. 310, 3. 
hwcrfeii, A. Sax. hpeorfaii, 0. Icel. hverfa 

pret. hparf, 0. II. Germ, werban, Goth. 

hvairbaii, turn, vertere; comp. ahwerfeii; 

deriv. hwarf, hwir^, hworvel. 
hwerfcii, A. Sax. lipcrfan, hpyrfaii, O.Icel. 

hverfa pret. hverfdi, 0. II. Germ, werben 

pret. warpta, turn, convert; whaerven X«v 

31680; pervende wandering about, horn. 

2, 87; whserfde hire noine Lay 6319; 

wurveden ffor wurfden?) heom to gadere 

18314; pherfed (perverse) folc Orm. 9721; 

see hwarfien. 
hweseii, O./c^/. hvgesa? wheeze; wliese /^^r^s.y 

Town. myst. 152. 
hwet? 

whetston, A.Sax. hpetstan, O.Dutch wet- 
stcn, whetstone, prompt. 524. 



wliettiii^ A.Sax. hpettan, O.Icel. hvetja, 0. 
Dutch wetten, 0. II. Germ, wezzen, from 
hwat, ivhet, '' a cuere\ prompt. 524; whsette. 
fpretj Lay 14215; wette s. s. ed. Web. 
911; iwhiet (iwet) (part.) Lay 30579. 

whe|>eii, O.Icel. hvadan, unde, Man. 236 ^ 
19; whethen (wepen) ps. 120, 1; whe- 
theii pr. c. 5205; whejjen, qvepen Gaw. 
461 Sf 871 ; qveden st. gen. 1401 ; m. 
h. 131. 

Iiwetter, A.Sax. hpteder, O.L.Germ. hyethar, 
Goth, hvapar, O.II.Germ. hwedar, O.Icel 
hvaiT, Gr. xoTspo?, whether, uter: hwe])er 
linker o. a. n. 151; y^hsiCi^x Lay 20877; 
whe])er Chauc. C. t. a 1856; he nuste in 
weper ende turne Rob. 172, 2; qveder 
st. gen. 1471; qve])er m. h. 18; hpeder 
utrum, a. r. 64 ; hpeder . . . Oder utrum 
... an, Kath. 2312; wheder, wh^r Lay 
5295 Sf 13504; hpeper dep wurse flesch 
pe gost 0. a. n. 1408; hweper IlaveL 
294; whe})er spec. 59; -phepr Orm. 526; 
wher c. I. 1040; wher ... or Mand. 219; 
Wicl. John 7 ; hpederes fere pult tu beon 
a. r. 284; comp. awper. 

hpeitere, A.Sax. hpedere, hpaedere, hpaedre, 
ta^nen, horn. 1, 225; wlieper ps. 38, 6. 

hwi, ,A.Sax. hpi, hpy-, O.L.Germ. O.Icel. 
hvi, O.II.Germ. hwiu, hiu, Goth, hve, 
Lat. qvi, Gr. '/.yj {Tzfj), tvhy, cur, Havel. 
454; cud me ... hpi pe porldes peldent 
puned in pe Marh. 16; hpi, phi o. a. n. 
150 Sf 909; hpi, hpiii a. r. 148 Sf 320; 
whi, wl Lay 1577 &,- 26095; whi spec. 
49; Will. 48; Mand. 295; for phi qua 
propter, Orm. 219; for whi Shoreh. 43; 
pr. G. 709; 3e habbep iherd . . . for whi 
god pe world maken wolde c. I. 568; 
hve is hit voul dede ayenb. 47; qvi st. 
gen. 1759; Gaw. 623; m. h. 31; avow. 
Arth. XXXIII, 12. 

philc, A.Sax. hpilc, hpylc, hpelc, O.L. 
Germ, hvilic, O.Fris. hwelik, hwelk, 
hwek, 0. II. Germ, hwelicher, 0. Icel. 



hwicche 



hwinen 



287 



hvillkr, Goth, hveleiks, Lat. qualis, Rms. 
KOJiHKT., Gr. TDT^Xtxoc? ^ec Gr. gr. 3, 
46, Bopps vergl. gram. 600, which 
fwhilkj, qualis, quis, Orm. 471; while, 
whulc /v«5. 2167 Sf 2305; whilk s. s. 
ed. Wr. 23; pr. c. 144; lipulc mon 
horn. 1, lo; which Gow. 1, 279; which 
a li3t La7igl h 18, 124; a prest . . . 
which was so plesant Chauc. C. 1. 12942; 
hpuch 21arh. 6; a. r. 8 ; whiich, W3uch 
c. I. 110; wuch Rob. 220, 13; hpiJche 
^ife horn. 1, 19; on pilche pise rel. ant. 
1,130; whichehelp Will. 27 05; whuche 
Jos. 270; philkes {gen. m. n.) Orm. 
5287 ; whulches La-^. 20735; hpiiches 
kunnes fragm. 1, 34; whulche (dat. m.J 
La-i,. 2303; a pulche time p. I. s. VIII, 
66; wulchere fdat. fj Lay 4446; 
whulcne face. m.J Lay 10120; hpiche 
fmm. pi. J horn. 1, 155; hvichen fdat. 
pi. J ayenh. 15; comp. ihwilc. 
whicche, whiicche, A. Sax. hpecca(?), area, 

cista, Langl. a 4, 102; which che a. p. 

2, 362; whiche prompt. 255; whiicche 

Jo^. 39. 
hpiiler, A. Sax. hpider, hpyder, Goth, hvadre, 

whither, quo, quorsum, Kath. 1299; rel. 

ant. 1, 128; whider spec. 61; Will. 701; 

pr. c. 2115; hvider ayenh. 115; hpeder 

rel. ant. 1, 185; whedir lud. Gov. 38; 

hwuder misc. 43; whuder (woder) La^. 

1202; whoder Brand. 32; qvider st. gen. 

2600; qvedur ant. Arth. XI, 5; comp. 

ahwider. 

phiderpard quorsum, Orm. 16669; whider- 
ward Will. 106; hpuderpard a. r. 168. 
whik see cwic. 
hwilc see under hwi. 
hpile, A.Sax. hpil, O.Sax. hvila, O.II.Germ. 

hwila ftempus, hora, momentumj, O.Icel. 

hvila fquiesj, Goth, hveila {yj^ovo^, xctt- 

pQ(i, &pa), while, temptis, hora, Marh. 3; 

sptipe longe hire is pe hpile o. a. n. 

1591; ane hwile Havel. 722; phile Orm. 



142; while ^^momentum", prompt. 524; 

pr. c. 632; a while in J)63te he stod 

Bel. 1243; litel while Langl. h 17, 46; 

hpClle a. r. 246; qvile Gaw. 30; lud, 

Cov. 73; pa while dum. Lay 11309; pa 

(pe) hpile p. I. s. VIII, 11 ^^ 12; pe 

hwile (pile) o. a. n. 1141; peo hpfile a. 

r. 422 ; hpile diu, aliquando, horn. 1, 17; 

so hwile (pile) dude sum from Rome o. 

a. n. 1016; while Itoh. 9, 17; spec. 28; 

pus menie kinges per were while in 

Engeionde p. I. s. XIIT, 13; hpil(e) 

dum, Marh. 12; while Will: 2537; while 

(whiles) Chauc. C. t. a 35; whiles pr. c. 

3645; qvile st. gen. 2041; hpile . . . 

hpile modo . . . modo, rel. ant. 1, 128; 

Oder while alias, aliquando, La'^. 7062; 

oper while rel. ant. 1, 110; Cper wile 

Roh. 100, 13; Oder hpule (hpiles) a. r. 

82; per while dum, s. s. ed. Web. 701; 

per wile Shoreh. 43; der pile he bied a 

live Ilich. thes. 1, 222; per whiles Will. 

2736; er while aliquanto ante, p. I. s. 

XX, 91; bi while inter dum, Orph. 10; 

philum fdat. pi.) whilom, quondam, Orm, 

4868; hwilem misc. 30; whilem Alis. 

41; whilum, whilom Will. 1788 Sf 2846; 

wliilom Chauc. C. t. a 859; whilen Lay 

8279; spec. 91; wilen Mapes 340; comp, 

hand-, mor^enhpile. 

hwilwende temporary, transitory ; hpilende 
h. m. 25; philende horn. 1, 7. 
philpendiic Or7n. 18787. 
hwilcii, O.II.Germ. wilon fmanerej, O.Icel, 

hvila fquiescere), Goth, hveilan (uausaOat); 

comp. ih wilen. 
whin whin, ^^8aliuncd\ voc. 229; whinne "««- 

liunca, ruscus\ prompt. 524; qvin Iw, 

159. 
hwinen^ A.Sax. hplnan, O.Icel. hvina, whine; 

whlnin "ululare, gannire\ prompt. 524; 

for chele . . . hwine misc. 82; whine 

Chauc. C. t. 5968; whine fpres.J rel. ant. 

2, 245. 



^288 



hwinge 



hwure 



hwinge see winge. 

whippe^ O.Dutch wippe, lohipy ^^sGutica\ prompt. 

624; Hand. 249; Chauc. C. t. 9545; 

IIoccI. 1, 118. 
hwippcu^ O.Dutch wippen, whip, verberare: 

whippin tlired in silke prompt. 524. 
hwirl^ O.Icel. livirfill f vertex J, O.Dutch wer- 

vel f vertex, verticuhmi, vertebra J, O.lI.Germ. 

werbil (plectrum), from hwerfen, ivhirl. 

whiiiboii, O.Dutch wervelben, whirThone, 
^^vertehra\ prompt. 524; wliirl-, wlieii- 
bon voc. 183 Sf 208. 

whirlwind, O.Tcel. livirfilvindr, O.Dutch 
wervelwind, ivhirlwind, ^^turho\ prompt. 
525; qwirlwind rel. ant. 1, 6. 
whirling O.Icel. hvirfla, O.Dutch wervelcn, 

whirl, ^^rotare\ prompt. 5>25; wliirle Chauc. 

r. r. 4362; wliirlido fpret.J IFicl. 1 

lings 1 7 . 
hwisprcu^ A. Sax. lipisprian, O.Dutch wispe- 

ren, ivhisper; whisperin prompt. 525; 

whispre Lidg. st. Th. 695. 
whist whist, hist, WicJ. j idge^s 18. 
hpistle, A. Sax. hpistle, whistle, "Jistula", 

fragm. 2, 39; wliistel Zidg. rn. p. 27 ; 

10. a. i. 41. 
whistien whistle, Wicl. Jer. 19; whistlen 

f'pres.J Langl. h 15, 467; wliistleden 

fpret.J Alis. 5328. 
hwistlcre ivhistler ; hpistleres fpl.J Mat. 9, 

23. 
hyiif A. Sax. hpit, 0. L. Germ, livit, 0. Iceh 

liYltr, Goth, liveits, O.lI.Germ. liwizer, 

white, albus, a. r. 396; o. a. n. 1276; 

hwit Ilavcl. 1729; whit treat. 139; Tor. 

458; whiit Wicl. John 4; qvit st. gen. 

2810; Gaw. 1205; m. h. 43; hpite 

sun(n)e dei IVhitsunday, a. r. 412; white 

sun(n)e tide Whitsuntide, La's,. 31524; 

Hwite bi Whitby, misc. 146; hpitture 

(compar.) a. r. 324; whittore spec. 28; 

whittere Brand. 7 . 

whitflowe, whitlowe ivhitlow, '■^panaricium', 
prompt. 525. 



whitnesse whiteness, '■^albedo', prompt. 525. 
witporn whitethorn, rel. ant. 1, 38. 

hwite, O.Icel. hpiti, O.lI.Germ. wizi, white, 
albedo: hu hire hpite like him a. r. 98. 

hpitel (hpitel ?), A. Sax. hpitel (pallium) 
Ettm. lex. 516, 0. Icel. hvitill (uldent 
sengetceppe) Fritzners ordb., whittle, sagum, 
fragm. 4, 4; a. r. 214^\ 

whiten, whitten, A. Sax. hpitian, Goth, hveit- 
jan, O.lI.Germ. wizen, zvhite, albare, Langl. 
b 3, 61; hpited (pres ) a. r. 150; i- 
liYited (part.) ayenb. 178. 

whiting, O.Dutch witing, whiting, alburnus, 
prompt. 525. 

hwitncn, O.Icel. hvltna, whiten; whitened 
(part.) ps. 50, 9. 

hwiiteren whither, quatere? comp. tohwideren. 

hwonene see hwanene. 

hwonnc see liwanne. 

whorvil, whorl, O.Dutch worvel, from hwer- 
fen, whorl, verticillus, prompt. 526. 

hpu, A.Sax. hpu, hu, O.L.Germ. hvo, hwo, 
O.Fris. hu, ho, O.lI.Germ. hwQO, wio, 
Goth, hvaiva, see Gr. gra7n. 3, 186, how, 
qui, quam, horn. 1, 237 ; hpu, hu a. r. 
182 ^■' 256; hwu (ms. hw) wis sho was 
Ravel. 288; hwou Eobert with here 
loverd ferde 24i7; whou pi. cr. 141; pu 
rel. ant. 1, 172 c^ 224; won Ilicl^. thes. 
1, 225; hu La-). 561; Orm. 938; st. 
gen. 244; hu ich hate Ilarh. 13; hou 
'Beh. 131; c. I. 569; spec. 39; aymb. 
17; Will. 97. 

hwuch, hwulc see philc, under whi. 

hwmlcr see h wider. 

hwure, A.Sax. huru (quidem), Sived. huru 
(quam, quomodo)? quidem: pet pu heom 
jefe rest la hpure pen sunne dei hom. 
1, 45; hpure pinge ''veV, 3Iat. 14, 36; 
hure Marh. 16, 23; la hure h. m. 23; 
(printed lanhure) Kath. 1074; ne hure 
ne quidem, hom. 1, 131; hure and hure 
0. a. n. 11; hure & hure jet he hefde 
vOde a. r. 260. 



hyene 



iUce 



289 



hyene, Fr. hyene, hyen, Chauc. appe^id. Boot. 

2, 35. 

i see ic and in. 

i- see 36-. 

i see ei. 

i-, O.Icel f'. 

imis, O.Icel. ymiss fvariusj? phat men 
imes fms. immess) 3eornen Orm. 11510; 
on imis horn. 1, 57 . 

iare s<?^ eare. 

ic, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. ic, Goth, ik, O.Icel. 
ek, O.II.Germ. ih, i«^. ego, 6^r. lyco, 
>Saw«tfr. ^§5r, //^2cA;, i>. 5. 199; ic (ich) 
_^. /. s. VIII, 1; ic, ich La^. 461 8f 
697; ic, ich, ih, i o. a. n. 1, 293, 868 
Sf 1049; ic, ich /. h. r. 38; ic, i Orm. 
105 Sf 4815; St. gen. 309; m. h. 32; 
ich Mark. 1; Kath. 222; a. r. 12; 
Shoreh. 129; ayenh. 1; ich, ihc, i Havel. 

3, 119 &f 1377; Flor. a. Bl. 44, 60 ^ 
61; ich, i c. I. 85, 326, 329 Sf 495; 
Trist. 1, 1 ^^ 89; Langl. 1, 10 8f 21; i 
Ma7id. 6; Chauc. C. t. a 730; pr. c. 1738. 

icehen = hicchen? icchen uppard Orm. 
11833; and evere lai pis maide stille 
hi ne mi3te hire enes icche p. I. s. XXI, 
132; thay iche on pe en(e)mis d. Arth. 
1411. 



icchen 



:icchen. 



ich see ic ayid ihwilc. 

Idel, A. Sax. O.Fris. Idel, O.L.Germ. idal, 
O.II.Germ. it^ler, idle, vanus, a. r. 44; 
reh ant. 1, 129 ^ 218; o. a. n. 917; 
spec. 41; Chauc. C. t. a 2505; idel 3elp 
Kath. 471; an idel j^ord Orm. 825; i- 
del poht m. h. 33; he nolde ... no 
time Idel beo p. I. s. IX, 59; on idel 
0. a. n. 920; on idel & pipaten ned Orm. 
12514; an idel Zangl. b 14, 195; in 
idel Chaue. C. t. 14057; of idele manne 
Lay 3310; mid Idele honden ayenh. 
218. 

Idelhed vanitas, tt. gen. 28. 
ldelle3C vanitas, Orm. 2165. 



idelnesse, A. Sax. idelness, idleness, Lay 
24911; Orm. 4736; idelnisse p. I. s. 
IX, 62. 

Idelschipe vanitas, rel. ant. 1, 180; idel- 
schepe Shoreh. 93. 
idlen, A. Sax. idlian, O.II.Germ. (ar)italen, 

idle; Idils fpres.J mir. pi. 185; comp. 

foridlen. 



ler 



ear. 



lernen see eornen. 

if, O.L.Germ. O.Fris. O.Icel. ef, O.II.Germ. 

ibu, Goth, iba, ibai? = 3if? if, si, Orm. 

589; St. gen. 464; s. s. ed. Wr. 56; pr. 

c. 85; if fv. r. 3if) o. a. n. 51; Langl. 

prol. 37 fed. Wr. 74); Chauc. C. t. a 

145; if, ef m. h. 33 ^ 52. 
if el see uvel. 
i)e see ea3e. 
iliil, A. Sax. gicel, O.Icel. iokull, O.Dutch 

kekel ? icle, "stiria', prompt. 259; comp. 

isikel. 
ilfccr, eker = niker? Alis. 6175. 
il, A. Sax. 11, ig], igel, O.IIG&rm. igil, 0. 

Icel. igull, hedge-hog: prikiende so piles 

(printed piles) on lie fragm. 8, 13; illes 

pil dart of a hedge-hog, for hedge-hog? p. I. 

s. XVllI, 47; iiles pllles felles a. r. 418. 
ilc, ilch see ihwilc. 
ihle "instila\ prompt. 259; Man. 271; idle 

Alis. 4856. 
ildren see eldren. 
ile, A. Sax. O.Icel. il, O.Fris. ile? sole: to 

pe ile (yle) of hire helen Marh. 10. 
ile, O.Fr. isle, O.II.Germ. isila, isle, Horn 

1330; Brand. 8; a. p. 1, 692. 
ilke, A.Sax. ilea, ylca, ilk, idem, ipse, a. r. 

68; Orm. 755; o. a. n. 99; Shoreh. 12; 

Langl. 1, 81 (83); Chauc. C. t. a 721; 

Percev. 340; Triam. 514; m. Arth. 1765; 

tacram. 495; pat ilke lond La^. 1640; 

pis ilke dei Kath. 2315; pe ilke worn- 
man Wicl. John 4; ilche mise. 142; ilcan 

(dat. m.) horn. 1, 129; hi pan ilche oj)e 

proelam. 5; ulke Horn ed. Lum. 1199. 

37 



290 



ille 



m 



ille, 0. Icel. illr, ill, mains, p. J. s. VIII, 
37; st. gen. 4038; god or ille Triam. 
113; pe ille 0. a. n. 421; heo gan him 
telle hire ille Alis. 1147; j3e ladi gret 
and gaf hire ille Immh. 315; be blip(e) 
and yeve pe nO ping ille Tor. 1683; an 
ille tre pr. c. 660; ille piles Orm. 6647; 
ille fadv.J r. s. V, 120; Orm. 6245; 
Langl. 1, 51 {53 J; pa swiken speken 
ille La^. 5426; pey hire likede swipe 
ille Havel 1165; Rimenild wep wel ille 
Horn 677; wel or ille w. h. 37. 

illcrii see ellarne. 

illiiig, O.Icel. illin;^', malice, reh ant. 1, 218. 

image, Fr. image, image, (yns. ymage) Kath. 
1476; cyenh. 87. 

inipe, Dan. ympe, Swed. ymp, O.Dutch inte, 
ente, Fr. ente ? imp, "surculus", pro7npt. 
259; transact. 18, 25; impen fpl.J a. r. 
37 8; ayenh. 94; impes Langl. b 5, 137. 

impiii, A. Sax. impian(?), Dan. ympe, Swed. 
ympa, M. II. Germ, impfen, impfeten, 0. 
Dutch inten, enten, Fr. enter? imp, "m- 
serere\ prompt. 259; imped (pret.) Langl. 
h 5, 138; impid (part. J ^Hnsitus\ rel. 
ant. 1, 9; iimped a. r. 360. 

in, A.Sax. O.H.Germ. Goth. Lat. in, O.Fris. 
in, en, O.Icel. i, Gr. Iv, in fij: god fr. 
god) in pane castel hom. 1, 3; pa children 
plo3eden in pere strete 7 ; pe cnave wes 
iboren in pere burhe Za). 293; i pon 
londe 342; pu scalt do pe i peue wsei 
29512; in eorde Kath. 353; in pe mar- 
hen 603; in halle & i bure 1470; in 
hire breoste a. r. 230; i pe porlde 10; 
in his moder pambe Or^n. 168; i pis 
middelserd 3496; in mine neste o. a. n. 
282; in sume tide 709; i ne vinde nen- 
ne gult in pisse monne misc. 47; in 
godes hond st. gen. 104; in Engeland 
Havel. 108; in eyper side Eoh. 174, 15; 
in one day p. I. s. IX, 56; in pe rode 
XX; 42; wenten forp in heore wey Langly 
prol. 48; in erpe Chauc. C. t. a 1896. 



in live Mand. 135; in pe brinke Wicl. 
John 21; ones in pe ^eer g. 354. 
inblawen injiare; inblowip ^Hnfla£\ Wicl. 

1 Cor. 8. 
inbor^, A.Sax. inborh, hail; inboreges 

fpl.J horn. 2, 17. 
inbringen. Germ, einbringen, bring in: 

shal inbringe "introducet'', Wicl. deuter. 

30. 
inbu^en inclinare; inbowe Wicl. Is. 26. 
inclepen invocare; inclejJe Wicl. Joel 2. 
inkniht, 0. H. Germ, inkneht, ^^clien8\ 

fragm. 2, 30. 

income income, d. Arth. 2009. 
incumen, A.Sax. incuman, O.H.Germ. in- 

qveman, come in; income ps. 23, 7 . 
infer, A.Sax. infaer, entrance, hom. 1, 231. 
ingjin go in; ingoende, ingoinge (part. J 

Wicl. Mark 16. 
ingang, A.Sax. O.H.Germ. ingang, introi- 

tus, ps. 120, 8; injong hom. 1, 203; 

a. r. 62; injeong La'>,. 28370. 
igain, O.Icel. igegn, contra, m. h. 4. 
inhine? Jul. 33. 

inlate, Germ, einlasz? inlet, yn. h. 51. 
inlseten, Germ, einlaszen, let in; inlate 

(part.) Octov. 1188. 
inla3e ^^sujet a la lei le rei\ rel. mit. 1^ 

33. 
inllch, A.Sax. inllc, inly; inliche Langl. 

I 14, 89; inli Wicl. deuter. 2; Iloecl. 

I, 237. 
inlihten, A.Sax. inlyhtan, enlighten; in- 

li^tid fpart.J Wicl. 2 Cor. 4. 
inras ^Hrruptio\ ps. 90, 6. 
inread very red, a. r. 402; inred s. 8. 

ed. Wr. 61. 
inseil, A. Sax. insegele, 0. II. Germ, in- 

sigili, sigillum, hom. 1, 127 ; Marh. 5; 

inse3les fpl.J Orm. dedic. 260. 
insetten set in: pei schulen ben insett 

^'inserontttr^\ Wicl. Rom. 11. 
insiht, Germ, einsicht, insight, intelligen- 

tia, La-^. 30497; Orm. 14398; c. I. 



m 



mnen 



291 



568; m. h. 2; insist treat. 132; Will. 

94; a. p. 2, 1659; insight pr. c. 253; 

mine insihte o. a. n. 1187. 
inteon, Germ, einziehcn, enter: porw pe 

faste 3at he con fr. gon) inteo (in teo ?) 

c. I. 877. 
intil, Swed. intill, intil, JIavel. 128; Trist. 

2, 24; Langl. h 13, 210; pr. c. 6644; 

m. h. 14; & 3eden peer intil pat hiis 

Orm. 6452. 
into into, Mark. 4, 13; Jfath. 7; a. r. 

54; Orm. 635; o. a. n. 1583; Brand. 

32; Mand. 7; Chauc. C. t. a 2429; li 

h. disc. 460; heo comen into havene 

La-^. 5150; from hevene into eorpe a- 

lihte c. I. 916; into (-= unto) ^^usque 

ad'\ Wiel. 1 kings 18. 
inpard, M.H.Germ. inwart, inward, Marh, 
^ 8, 4; inpard, inpardes a. r. 92 &; 272. 

inpardllche inwardly, a. r. 282 ; inpard- 
li3 Orm. 697. 
inpit conscience, a. r. 2; inwit Brand. 

26; Shoreh. 55; ayenh. 1 ; Langl. h 17, 

278; pr. c. 5428; inwitte fdat.J Man. 

155, 10. 
inpid inwith, intra, Kath. 172; inwip 

Chauc. C. t. 9818; inwith Percev. 611; 

a. p. 1, 969. 
inwrappen inwrap: inwrappe Wicl. prov. 

19. 
in^ A. Sax. O.Icel. Goth, inn, in: (he) rad 
in et pan est3e1;e horn. 1, 5; ne mOste 
per na mon in cumen La^. 6712; (heo) 
god in a, r. 272; he orn in Beh. 88; 
dis cete danne . . . dise fisses alle in 
suked (insuked?) rel. ant. 1, 220. 
in, A. Sax. inn, O.Icel. inni, inn, domus, 
La.^. 14263; a. r. 260; Flor. a. Bl. 20; 
inne fdat.J s. s. ed. Weh. 1606; Will 
1485; Trist. 2, 11; Langl. 8, 4(9, 4 J; 
paer he pas at inne Orm. 12739; innes 
fpl.J Mand. 34; m. h. 63. 
in-, Fr. Lat. in-; see en-. 

informin inform, prompt. 261. 



implien imply; im^\\Q\i fpres.J Chauc. Boet. 
4379. 
in-, Fr. Lat. in-. 

inconvenience inconvenience, sacram. 897, 

ignorance ignorance, Chauc. C. t. h 482. 

iniquite iniquity, Chauc. C. t. h 358. 

innocence innocence, ayenh. 181. 

innocent innocent, prompt. 262. 

inp'acience impatience, ayenb. 67 . 

insutfisance insujficience, Mand. 315. 
inc, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. inc, fdat. ace. J you, 

acpco, La^. 695; Marh. 21, 33; inc, ginc, 

gunc Mark 1, 17 ^ 11, 2, 3; junc Orm. 

4493; gunc st. gen. 2830; inker fqen.J 

La^. 5102; h. m. 31; \m\Qx Ravel. 1882; 

junker Orm. 6183; gunker st. gen. 398. 
incite see unche. 

incleu inhle, hint; incle Alis. ed. Sh. 616. 
inde, O.LV. inde, indigo, c. I. 712; Mand. 

48. 
indre see inre. 
ine see innen. 

ingot, Fr. lingot, ingot, Chauc. C. t. 13156. 
inliC, A. Sax. inca, doubt, fear? inke fms. 

hinke) and age st. gen. 432. 
inne, A. Sax. O.L.Germ. 0. II. Germ, inne, 

Goth, inna, in, intw, a. r. 62 ^^ 280; 

Havel. 807; Langl. ed. Wr. 13597; Chauc. 

C. t. ed. TFr. 10891; Hoccl. Ill, 6; he 

is inne sone for3eten rel. ant. 1, 184; 

po he wes inne 2, 272; pulke hous . . . 

as seint Thomas was inne ibore Beh. 83; 

pat hus pat breed is inne don Orm. 3530; 

pe put pat he was inne iworpe Jos. 221; 

he wont inne Percev. 437; omp. her-, 

liwar-, parinne. 
innemeste, A.Sax. innemeste, inmost; in(n)e- 

maste c. I. 809. 
innen, A.Sax. O.L.Germ. O.R.Germ. O.Icel. 

innan, O.Fris. inna (ina), Goth, innana, 

in, intra, intus: innen \\mQ Mark 10, 10; 

innen pe fragm. 6, 12; inne gride & 

inne fride Xa^. 184; inne pe see p. I. 

8. VIII, 42; inne, ine a. r. 20 8f 30; 



292 



inneste 



lYl 



ine 0. a. n. 964; ine hevene ayenh. 103. 

inepid a. r. 38. 
inucste^ A. Sax. innoste (?), intimus, Wicl. 

prov. 26. 
inue^^ A. Sax. innacT, innod, intestinum; in- 

nepe fdat.J horn. 1, 83 ; iuto de maidenes 

innede "m virginis uterum\ Hick. thes. 1, 

168. 
iiiuien^ A. Sax. innian, inn^ in domum in- 

ferre, coUocare; inni Roh. 336, 14; innes 

fpres.J Jos. 174; inned f part. J Will. 

1638; ChauG. C. t. a 2192; were our 

seed inned Hoccl. II, 29. 
inniuge^ A. Sax. innung, inning, Hoccl. II, 

15. 
inrc, A. Sax. inra, innera, O.Icel. innri, 0. 

II.Germ. innero, inner, a. r. 4. 

innerli, Germ, innerlich, Ban. inderlig, 
internally, Wicl. Is. 34; in(n)erli, inder- 
li Man. 3195; inderli Gow. 1, 227. 
inrcst^ 0. II. Germ, innerost, intimus, Orm. 

1017; Chauc. Boet. 3913; inreste fdat.J 

ps. 85, 13. 
ippeii see uppen. 
irchouii^ O.Fr. ire96n, urchin, fms. irchouon) 

ayenh. 142; urchon ^^ericius\ prompt. 

512; urchounes fpl.J Mand. 290. 
ire, O.Fr. ire, ire, ayenh. 147 ; Chauc. C. t. 

a 1782; Rich. 3633; pr. c. 8588. 
Ire Hihernus; Irlond Ireland, La^. 22462; 

Irland Brand. 15, 
iren, A.Sax. iren, isen, isern, O.Fris. isern, 

O.L.Germ. O.H.Germ. O.Icel. isarn, Goth. 

eisarn, iron (ire), ferrum, a. r. 160; Orrn. 

4129; Mand. 50; Chauc. C. t. a 3809; 

Lidg. m. p. 54; pr. c. 8033; irin st. 

gen. 467; ire treat. 135; Flor. a. Bl. 6; 

Ire (r. w. pise) o. a. n. 1030; Izen a- 

yenh. 139; Ise Alis. 5149; Irene fdat.J 

La^. 7831. 

irensmip Wicl. 1 Icings 13. 
iren, A.Sax. iren, Isern, iron, ferreus; Irene 

fpl.J Mand. 30; Irenen fdat. pi. J horn. 1, 

121; Irene Lay 1019; Rich. 3981. 



Irisch Irish, o. a. n. 322; pa Irisce Z«3. 

18059. 
irk fastidiosus, Man. 297, 22; m. h. 23; 

Flor. 1519; ant. Arth. VI, 12; Town. 

my St. 155; irke fpl.J Triam. 463; Isumh. 

118; sacram. 917. 

irksum irhsome, ^^fastidiosus\ prompt. 266. 
irkin, M. II. Germ, erken, irh, ^^fastidire\ 

prompt. 266; irke Mire 526; Man. 11122; 

pr. c. 8918; lud. Cov. 178; erke Aud. 

74; irked fpret.J Gaw. 1573; comp. for- 

irken. 
irnen see rinnen. 
irre, A.Sax. yrre, eorre, O.L.Germ. irre, 0. 

II.Germ. irrer, Goth, airzis, angry: irre 

fms. ire, yr) on his mode Xa). 18597; 

eorre a. r. 304. 
irre, A.Sax. irre, yrre, eorre, O.Dutch erre, 

anger, Ortn. 18000; eorre horn. 1, 83; 

a. r. 116"^'; misc. 67; urre rel. ant. 1, 

175; erre Mire 1225. 
irsieii, A.Sax. yrsian, be angry; yrseden 

fpret.J Mark 14, 5. 
is- see es-. 
is, A.Sax. O.Fris. O.H.Germ. is n., O.Icel. 

iss m., ice, glades, horn. 1, 43; fms. ys) 

st. gen. 99; iis Wicl. wisd. 16; pi. cr. 

436; ise fdat.J r. s. V, 142; Roh. 463, 

4; Mand. 130. 

isikel icicle; isikles fms. ijsse ikkles) fpl.J 
Gaw. 732; isekeles Langl. h 17 , 227. 

Islond, O.Icel. Island, Iceland, La-^. 22488; 
Island Man. 10475. 
isen see iren. 
isle see usle. 
it see hit. 
i|»e see tide. 
i|»en, O.Icel. idinn, assiduus, diligens. 

ipenli m. h. 108; pr. e. pre/. X. 
ivel see uvel. 
iven, O.Dutch ieven, ivin, hedera; ive (= 

ivi?) p, I. s. XXXI, 358. 

ivenlef (iven lef?) s. s. ed. Wr. 181. 
ivi, A.Sax. ifig, O.H.Germ. ebah, ivy, "A^- 



ivori 



jugement 



293 



derd\ 'prompt. 266; o, a. n. 27; Wicl. 

Jonah 4. 

iviberye ivy-berry, Mand. 186. 

ivilef Gow. 2, 21; Chauc. C. t. a 1838. 
ivori, Fr. ivoire, ivory, c. I 737. 
ip, A. Sax. Ip, eop, 0. II. Germ, iwa, yew 

few J, "taxu8\ fragm. 3, 43; ew rel. ant. 

1, 7; Chauc. C. t. a 2923. 
jailc jade, Chauc. C. t. ed. Tyrwh. 14818. 
jagge jag, prompt. 265. 
jaggeii jag; jaggede fpret.J d. Arth. 1123; 

jaggid (part.) mir. pi. 103. 
jai, Fr. geai, jay, Chauc. C. t. a 642. 
jailer see gailer. 
jalilie, O.Dutch jacke, O.Fr. jaque, jack, 

^'balteus\ prompt. 256. 
janglen, Butch jangelen, O.Fr.^ jangler,/^ V^,- 

jaiigelin ^'■garrire, hlaterare\ prompt. 256; 

jangli rel. ant. 2, 243; to jangle and to 

jape langl. b 2, 94; jangle fpres.J Chauc. 

C. t. 10534; ganglinde (part. J ayenb. 

226. 
jangler, O.Fr. jangler, jangleur, jangler; 

jangelers (pi.) Langl. prol. 35. 
jape ^^nuga\ prompt. 257; Langl. b 20, 

144; Parten. 5695; japes fpl.J Mire 61. 
japin, Fr. japper? "illudere\ prompt. 257; 

japede, japed fpret.J Langl. 1, 65 (67 ); 

japed (part.) Chauc. C. t. a 1729; comp. 

bijapen. 
japer "nugax", prompt. 257; japers and 

jangelers Langl. prol. 35. 
jaspe, Fr. jaspe, jasper, spec. 25. 
jauiiis, Fr. jaunisse, jaundice, pr. e. 700. 
jelous see geltis. 
jettin, gettin, O.Fr. jetter, getter, jactare, 

prompt. 192 Sf 258. 
jolibin, jowin job, peck, prompt. 36. 
jogelin, Lat. joculari, juggle, prompt. 263; 

jogele Langl. b 13, 232. 
jogelour, O.Fr. jougleour, jugleor, juggler, 

ayenb. 172; Langl. 6, 72 (7, 6 5 J; Chauc. 

C. t. 7049; jogulour "mimus, histrio', 

prompt. 263; jugelour p. I. s. XV, 19; 



juglurs (pl.J a. r. 210; jogulours Mand. 

237 ; jogoleris Alis. 835. 
joggen, cmp. L. Germ, juckein (joggle), jog; 
joggep (pres.) Chauc. I. g. w. 2705; jog- 
ged, jugged (pret.) Langl. b 20, 133. 
joie, O.Fr. joie, goie, joy, a. r. 218; p. I. 

s. IX, 206; spec. 76; yoie Eglam. 4; 

joie, goie ayenb. 75 Sf 226; goie Chauc. 

Boet. 5218. 
joinen, O.Fr. jungre, join; joine a. p. 2, 

726; joine (pres.) Chauc. r. r. 2355; 

joinep ayenb. 88; joined, joigned (part.) 

Langl. 2, 106 (136). 
joinour joiner, prompt. 264. 
joint, Fr. joint, joint, prompt. 264. 
jointure, O.Fr. jointure, jointure, junctura^ 

Chauc. Boet. 1207. 
joious, Fr. joyeux, joyous, Shoreh. 120. 
jol, jolle jowl (joie), ^'■capu£\ prompt. 264. 
jolif, O.Fr. ^olif, jolhj, a. p. 1, 841; joll 

Will. 3479; pr. c. 589. 
jornee, O.Fr. jornee, Ital. giornata, journey^ 

ayenb. 113 ; journee Chauc. C. t. a 2738; 

jurnes (pi.) st. gen. 1291. 
jorneieu, O.Fr. jornoier, journey; journeyed 

(pret.) Man. 3383. 
joue, jouwe, O.Fr. joue, jowe, "mandibula\ 

prompt. 265; Wicl. Tob. 6; joues (pi.) 

Mand. 107; Chauc. Boet. 323. 
jouel, O.Fr. jouel, jewel, ayenb. 112; juel, 

a. p. 1, 249; juwel s. s. ed. Wr. 281L 
jueler jeweller, a. p. 1, 264. 
jouken, O.Fr. jouquier, cov^h: jouke in her 

chambre Langl. b 16, 92; jouked (pret.) 

a. p. 3, 182. 
joupe, O.Fr. jupe, a sort of coat, prompt, 

265; Havel. 1767. 
jous, Fr. jus, juice, prompt. 265. 
joutes potage, Langl. h 5, 158 ; Mand. 68; 

I. c. c. 15. 
juge, Fr. juge, judge, "judex", prompt. 266. 
jugement, Fr. jugement, judgement, p. I. s. 

XIII, 174; pr. c. 2802; juggement Roh 

53, 22. 



294 



juggen 



kende 



juggen^ 0,Fr. jugier, judge, judicare, a. r. 

118; jugge c. I. 419; Langl, 2, 127 

fl56j; s. s. ed. Wr. 3099; jugged fpart.J 

Mand. 92. 
juise^ O.Fr. juise, judicium, p. r. I. p. 71; 

a. p. 2, 726. 
jurdan jurden, Langl . h 13, 83 ; jurdon "wr- 

7ia\ prompt. 267 . 
juste, O.Fr. jouste, just f joust J; justes fpl.J 

Langl. h 17 , 74; joustes Parten. 988. 
j listen, O.Fr. j ouster, just f joust J, Langl. b 

18, 82; juste Will. 1237. 
justice, Fr, justice, justice, prompt. 268; 

justise ILwel. 2202. 
justifiiii, Fr. justifier, justify, '^justijicare\ 

prompt. 268 ; justifie fpres. suhj.J d. Arth. 

663. 
ka see ca. 
kaiser see caiser. 
kaiengen see chalengen. 
kare see care. 
kasteii ste cast en. 
kebben hi? kebbede Shoreh. 111. 
keccheu see cacchen. 
kecbel hichel, hichel, small cake, Orm. 8662; 

Idchel Chauc. C. t. 7329. 
kecheue see cuchene. 
keje, keye, A. Sax. cteg, O.Fris. kei, hey 

(keigh, kayj, Wicl. Is. 22; kei3e Shoreh. 

47; g. 360; keie ''clavis^'. fragm. 3, 58; 

keye p. r. I. p. 230; I^angl. 6, 613 (6, 

94 J; pi. cr. 30; Gow. 1, 10; Chauc. V. 

t. 13147; Lidg. m. p. 62; keie (dat.) 

0. a. n, 1557 ; \iQjQ lu^, Cov. 31; keyen 

fpl.J Rob. 186, 8; kaigen Mat. 16, 19; 

keyes liich. 4147 ; a. p. 2, 1438; kayes 

Percev. 2102. 
kei, Fr. quai, quay (key), prompt. 269; 

keye g. 37 4. 
kei see cai. 
keil, O.Dutch kegel, O.R.Germ. chegil, heil, 

conus; cailis fpl.J rel. ant. 2, 224. 
kekin == kiken? keek, ^''intueri\ prompt. 269. 
kelde, A.Sax. cealdu, O.Fris. kelde, kalde, 



O.H.Germ. chalti, cold, frigus, spec. 37; 
clielde Alis. 5501; Langl. b 1, 23''. 

keldeu see caldien. 

ke!e», A.Sax. celan, O.Fris. kela, fro7n col, 
keel, refrigerare, Orm. 19584; heore purst 
kelen hotn. 1, 141; kelin prompt. 270; 
keie p. I. s. XV, 102; Chauc. c. I. 775; 
Lidg. m. p. 31; ant. Arth. IV, 6; I own. 
myst. 245; I. c. c. 6; to keie pi lust h. 
m. 25; kelep fpres.) Gow. 2, 360; ke- 
led fpart.J rel. ant. 1, 53; comp. a-, i- 
kelen. 

keif see calf. 

keliiig keeling, Havel. 757 ; rel. ant. 1, 85. 

kelk kelk, ovum; kelkes fpl.J I. c. c. 19. 

kelle see calle. 

kelp, O.Icel. kilpr? kelp, kilp? his swerd lie 
pulte up in his kelp /. h. r. 140. 

keniben, A.Sax. cemban, M. II. Germ, kem- 
ben, kemmen, O.Icel. kemba, from camb, 
kemb fcombj, pectere, a. r. 422^'; kembe 
Flor. a. Bl. 562; ayenb. 176; kemben 
fpres. J Langl. b 10, 18; kembede fpret.J 
d. Arth. 3351; kembed Mand. 24; kem- 
bed fpart.J Chauc. C. t. a 2143. 

kembstere, O.Dutch kerastere, female comber; 
kemster voc. 194. 

kernes, A.Sax. cemes, camisia, m. h. 124; 
withouten kirtele or kemse Man. 122, 14. 

keiiipe, A.Sax. cempa, O.Fris. kempa, O.L. 
Germ, kempio, 0. II. Germ, chempho, 
cliemphio, from camp, champion, ^'miles, 
athleta\ fragm. 2, 26; Kath. 803; Orm. 
3587; Ravel. 1036; ayenb. 50; Will. 
4029; kempen fpl.J Marh. 1 ; ayenb. 45; 
kempen (kempes) La"^. 463 ; kempes Per- 
cev. 47 ; Chest, pi. 1, 259; kempene fgen. 
pi. J a. r. 196; comp. herekempe. 

ken sciens: beo nu ken Kath. 2070; pu 
art ... ken & icnapen 2254. 

ken see cun. 

kenchen = kinken? cachinnare, Kath. 2042; 
kenchinde fpart.J h. m. 17. 

kende see cunde. 



kene 



kepen 



295 



k^ne^ A.Sax. cene, O.II.Germ. chuoner, Jceen, 
acer, fortis, a, r. 140: Kath. W32; Ha- 
vel 1832; p. L s. XXI, 140; Mand. 
173; Eglam. 1248; Tor. 2710; ant. 
Arth. XL VII, 3; s. a. c. XVII, 17; he 
wes swa kene La^. 1374; pit so kene o. 
a. n. 681; a swerd . . . |)at wel isteled 
and kene were c. I. 1248; pe pornes 
bep kene spec. 110; biforen riche & kene 
Or7n. 16139; kenre fcompar.J Kath. 1963; 
kennest fsuperl.J Lay 22662; of pan 
aire kennuste muc. 48. 
kenliche keenhj, horn. 1, 107 ; Lay 1673; 
rel. ant. 1, 172; kenliche, kenli, kene- 
li mil. 37, 162 Sf 2632; kenellche 
ICath. 2240; kenlukeste (superl.) Lay 
26429. 
kenschipe La-^. 6364; Mark. 11, 18. 

keiiel^ Fr. chenil, kennel, prompt. 271; Gaw. 
1140. 

keiiiien^ A.Sax. cennan, O.Fris. O.Icel. ken- 
na, O.L.Germ. (ant)kennian, 0. II. Germ. 
(ar-, bi)chennan, Goth, kannjan, from can, 
hen, docere, noscere, La"^. 6639; g. 43; 
kenne J os. 168; Gow. 1, 204; a. p. 2, 
866; P^rcev. 407; Triam. 606; sacram. 
460; and paim pe wai til hevin kenne 
m. h. 3' kenne fpres.J Mire 880; pe 
kenned & cnaped IiTath. 2096; heo ken- 
nep US care p. s. 169; kenne me ... on 
Crist to bileve Lang/. 1, 79 f81 J; ken- 
de fpret.J Brand. 2; mir. pi. 162; & 
pas word kende La^. 32066; ase pe an- 
3el hire kende Hick. thes. 1, 226; and 
kende an oon pat (hit) was he s. s. ed. 
Wr. 2876; kenned fpart.J Will 343; 
kend spec. 26; sacram. 16; comp. a-, bi-, 
^ekennen. 

keuiieii; A.Sax. cennan, O.L.Germ. kennian, 
O.R.Germ. (ki)chennan, gignere; kennede 
fpret.J horn. 2, 133; kenned fpart.J Orm. 
19268; pat porgh pe h6li gOstes might 
kenned was rel ant. 1, 160; comp. a-, 
36-, ofkennen. 



Kent, A.Sax. Cent, Kent, Lay 7171. 

Kcutisc^ A.Sax. Centisc, Kentish: mid Ken- 
tisce leoden Lay 7441. 

keorveii, A.Sax. ceorfan, 0. Butch kerven, 
O.Fris. kerva, carve, secare, Jul 66; ker- 
ven Horn 241 ; kervin ^'■scindere, sculpere\ 
prompt. 273; kerve Langl. 6, 106 f7 , 
67 J; Chauc. C. t. 10472; a. p. 2, 1104; 
kervis fpres.J ant. Arth. XLVII, 6; ker- 
ve fimper.J I. c. c. 6; kerved Lay 6864; 
keorvinde fpart.J a. r. 260; kervinde a- 
yenh. 66; carf fpret.J Mob. 116, 6; s. s. 
ed. Wr. 3011; carf (karf) Chauc. C. t, 
a 100; karf AUs. 3629; heo c^rf (carf) 
him pene swiire a twa Lay 4012; kerf 
a. r. 398; curven' (corve) Lay 21876; 
corven chron. Engl 767 ; kurve fsuhjunct.J 
a. r. 384; corve p. I s. XVIII, 60; 
corven fpart.J Chauc. C. t. a 2696; cor- 
vin Eglam. 279; here her beo ikorven 
a. r. 424; comp. bi-, for-, tokerven. ' 

kervere carver, Chauc. C, t. a 1899; g. 446; 
kerveres fplj Langl 10, 17 8 fll, 134j. 

keorfuuge carving, a. r. 344. 

kep keep, cura, st. gen. 939; hire sone t6 
servi was alle hire kep ass. 72; jef pou 
nimest wel gOd keep spec. 103; take keep 
Chauc. C. t. a 2688; koep afi. lit. 90; 
kepe Shoreh. 12; Gow. 3, 187; pr. c. 
381. 

kepen^ A.Sax. cepan, c^pan, O.Dutch kepen, 
keep, servare, tenere, a. r. 332; st. gen. 
3378; Langl 3,' 269 f287 J; Mand. 262; 
pe duntes b(e)od uvel to kepen fward) 
horn. 1, 163; whaer he mihte pene kaei- 
sere iwisllche kepen f take J Lay 26184: 
per heo wolden kepen fwaitj 26937; ke- 
pin ^'■custodire, servare', prompt. 272; ke- 
pe spec. 36; Will 66; kepe (keepe) 
Chauc. C. t. a 130 ; kinemede kepe fre- 
ceivej Kath. 399; tO kfipe here fon wen 
thei to hem drowe Roh. 61, 12; to kepe 
him when he doun sal come pr. c. 3029: 
ne kepe flikej ich noht pat pu me clape 



296 



kepere 



kimlin 



0. a. n. 154; of pe ne kepe f care J i 
no3t Beh 998; keped fawaitsj & copned 
pi come iLath. 2467; gode 3eme kepep 
Shcreh. 11; kepte fpret.J Lay 27714; 
& god ne kepte fms. keppte) noht of pat 
Orm. 3114; and kepte wel his folde 
ChaiiG. C. t. a 512 ; he ne kipte of hem 
non hure p. I. s. IX, 64; pe ontful(l)e 
ne kepten nout pat me dealede of hore 
gode a. r. 248; ml bede kepid has he 
"oratio7iem meam adsumpsit'\ ps. 6', 10; 
comp. ikepen. 

kepere keeper, Langl. h 12, 128; Gow. 3, 
175; ChauG. C. t. a 172; kepare ^^custos, 
conservator \ prompt. 272. 

kepiiige heeping, d. Arth. 4205; keping pr. 
c. 4196. 

keppe see cappe. 

ker, O.Icel. kiarr, kiorr, car, locus palustris, 

prompt. 272; kerre? Gaw. 1431; kerres 

. fpl.J Man. 14574; comp. alderker. 

? kerlok, A. Sax. cer-, cyrlic frapum sil- 

vestrej, charloch (carloch, kerlachj, ^Wa- 

pistrum\ HalUw. diet. 492; caiiok "^- 

ruca\ voG. 265; prompt. 62. 

kernel^ O.Fr. crenel, lattlement, a. r. 62; 
Flor. a. Bl. 231; carnels (pi.) c. I. 695. 

kernel see curnel. 

kerse see cresse. 

kertel see curtel. 

kerven see keorven. 

kessen see cussen. 

kesten see casten. 

ket, 0. Icel. kiot Frit%ner8 ordb., het (kit J, 
caro, rel. ant. 1, 218. 

kete, Z. 6^^rm. keut? keen, strong? as a king 
kete rel. ant. 2, 9; pe kete misc. 76; of 
pe Sonne . . . pe leomes beop so kete 
treat. 138; kete lordes Will. 330; kete 
men Langl. a 11, 56. 
ketli quickly? Will. 1986. 

kete see kite. 

ketel see chetel. 

ke|)eii see cuden. 



ke|)|>e ^ee cudde. 

kevel, O.Icel. kefli, kafli fhacillumj, O.Dutch 

csLvel (sors J, kevel fkcwlj, gag, Havel. 547; 

kevil, keul "camus', prompt. 274; kevil 

^^camo\ ps. 31, 9; keveles lots, Percev. 

1426; keviles poles? Man. 12062. 
keveleii, O.Icel. kefla, put a kevel on: and 

keviles his stede Percev. 424. 
keven, O.Icel. koefa? keeve, turn? keve a. p. 

1, 320; keved fpart.J 980. 
kereren see coveren. 
kcx^ kix kex fkeshj, kix, Langl. h 17 , 219; 

kix ^^ calamus \ prompt. 277. 
kichel see kechel. 
kichene see cuchene. 
kid kid (kit), ^^fascis\ prompt. 274. 
kide, O.Icel. kid n., kid, ^^hoedus\ prompt, 

274; Orm.. 7804; Chauc. C. t. a 3260; 

rel. ant. 2, 80; kides fpl.) st. gen. 1535, 
kide? 

kide-, kidnere ren, Wicl. exod. 29 ^ le- 
vit. 3; kidnere /. c. c. 10; kidenei == 
kidenere? kidney, vgc. 149; kednei 179. 
kif see cuf. 

kigge kidge fkedge), ^^hilaris\ prompt. 274. 
kiken kick; kike Wicl. deeds 9; kikide 

fpret.) deuter. 32. 
kiken^ L. Germ, kiken pret. keik, Dutch 

kijken pret. keek, Swed. kika, spectare: 

and to pe roof pei kiken and pei gape 

Chauc. C. t. a 3841; see keken. 
kikir ''tentigo\ voc. 186 ^ 246. 
kile^ O.Icel. k^li, kile, ulcus, voc. 224; klles 

fpl.) rel. ant. 1, 53. 
killcii see cullen. 
kilne see cnlne. 
kimc see cume. 

kime kime, miser? pe silli kime pi. t. 643. 
kimen^ L.Germ. kiimen, O.H.Germ. chuman 

(queri)? iklmet kimed, faint? Kath. 1298; 

comp. aklmen, bikemen? 
kimlin^ fran cumbe? kimlin, alveus, prompt. 

274; kimelin, kemelin Chauc. C. t. a 

3548. 



kin 



kitelinge 



297 



kin see cun. 

kiiich kinch {TcinkJ, hench, ^^fasciculus\ voe. 

229. 
kinde see cunde. 

kiiidleu^ cmp. 0. IceL kynda, M. 11. Germ. 
ktinten, kmdle, Orm. 13442; Havel. 916; 
kindlin ^^accendere\ prompt. 275; kindle 
Cham. C. t. 13896; kindled (part.) Mand. 
70. 
kinilleii see cundlen. 
kindles see cundles. 
kine, A.Sax. cyne, cine, roi/al, noble? 
kinebearn Za^. 199; kinebern Mark. 4; 

cunebern horn. 2, 47 . 
kineboren Xa^. 10098. 
kineburh Kath. 1883. 
kinedom realm, Kath. 1472; a. r. 322; 
Orm. 2227; Flor. a. Bl. 802; Roh. 
607, 12; cunedom La^. 6096. 
kinejerde sceptre, Orm. 8182. \ 
kinehelm crown, La"^. 6766. 
\ kinela^erd La^^. 9831. 
kinering Kath. 409. 
kinelond Lay 183. 
kinelich royal: ane kinellche burh Lay 

14130. 
kinemerke fragm. 8, 60; kinemerk Havel. 

604. 
kinericbe realm, Kath. 182; Orm. 2236; 
c. I. 1416; p. s. 216; kuneriche pro- 
I clam. 2; kunerike Havel. 2804. 

I- kinesgete Orm. 2224. 
I kinescrud hom. 1, 193. 
kinesetle hom. 1, 116. 
kinestol La^. 4617. 
I kinepeode Lay 2947. 

kinepurtte Kath. 667; kinewurde (kine- 
wor|)e) Lay 13384; kineworpe c. I. 14. 
kinepurdliche Jul. 62. 
kiue see chine. 

kining^ A.Sax. cyning, cining, cyng, cing, 
O.Fris. kining, kening, kinig, kenig, 0. 
L.Germ. cuning, O.H.Germ. chuning, chu- 
nig, O.Icel. konungr, kongr, king, rex. 



fms. kyning) Mat. 21, 6; king Kath. 27; 

a. r. 138; kinges fgen.J Bek. 203; kinge 

fdat.J Lay 26664; kinges fpl.J Kath. 

226; kinge fgen. pi. J a. r. 398; Orm. 

3688; kingene Lay 24609; Langl. 1, 

103 (106); comp. folc-, leodking. 

kingdom kingdom,. Langl. h 7, 166; Mand. 
40; pr. c. 8788; m. h. 96; pane king- 
dom ayenh. 77. 

kingli kingly, Lidg. m. p. 20. 

kingriche realm, misc. 26; ayenh. 122; 

Aiis. 6981; Will. 2127; Langl. h prol. 

126; kingrike d. Arth. 24; pr. c. 6780. 

kinken^ 0. Butch kinken, kink, anhelare: 1 

laghe that i kinke Town. myst. 309; see 

kenclien. 
kip, O.Dutch kip (decipulaj? 

kiptre ^^telo\ prompt. 276. 
kippiu, 0. hutch kippen, O.Icel. kippa, kip 

(kepj, ^^rapere\ prompt. 276; kippe Havel. 

894; i kippe ant cacclie p. s. 162; he 

kippis Town. myst. 90; (pai) kippe a. p. 

2, 1610; kipte (pret.J st. gen. 3164; 

Havel. 1060; kipte heore longe knives 

lloh. 126, 16. 
kire see cure. 
kirf, A.Sax. cyrf, O.Fris. kerf, kerf, incisu- 

rar Gaw. 372. 
kirke see chireche. 
kirnc ^ee chirne. 
kiruel see curnel. 
kirtei see curtel. 
kissen see cussen. 
kistc see custe and chiste. 
kite, A.Sax. c^ta (buteoj voc. 29 ^ 63 , 

kite, "milvus\ voc. 177; rel. ant. 2, 19; 

dep. It. 13, 22; kite, kete Chauc. C. t. 

a 1179; kete ayenh. 62; like to kites 

(printed tokites) Halliw. diet. 879. 
kitelen, A.Sax. citelian(?), O.Dutch kitelen, 

O.H.Germ. chizilon, kittle, titillare. 
kitelinge, A. Sax. citelung(?), 0. H. Germ. 

chizelunge, kittling, titillatio, Halliw. diet. 

496. 

38 



298 



kitling 



lacbet 



kitling hitltng, ^'catellm\ prompt. 277. 
kitte^ O.Dutch kitte fohhaj, hit; kitt ^^mulc- 

trmn\ voc. 217. 
kiiTeii see cuden. 
ki|»|»e see cudde. 
kix see kex. 
knave see cnafe. 
knaweii see cnawen. 
kne see cneo. 
knicchc see cnurche. 
knif see cnif. 
knitten see cnutten. 
knotte see cnotte. 
kok see coc. 
krikc see crike. 
ku see cii. 
kun see cun. 
kved see owed. 
kvic see cwic. 
la, A.Sax. la, lo (la), Orm. 741; o. a. n. 

1543; St. gen. 3113; 15 Kath. 2458; a. 

r. 158; Hob. 36, 11; Wicl. John 7; ko 

Lidg. rn. p. 145. 
labbe lah, garrulus, Chauc. C. t. a 3509. 
labben, O.Dutch labben, garrire; labbing 

fpart.J Chauc. C. 1. 10302; Parten. 3751. 
labour, O.Fr. labour, labour, Bel. 40; a. p. 

1, 633. 
laborin, O.Fr. labourer, labour, ^^laborare\ 

prompt. 283 ; laboure Chauc. C. t. a 186. 
laborer, O.Fr. laboreor, labourer, Lanql. 3, 

282 (298). 
lac, O.Dutch lack, lacke, Jacli, fault, Hick. 

thes. 1, 231; Havel. 191; ayenh. 62; lak 

^^defectus\ prompt. 285; Rob. 412, 15; 

Lidg. m. p. 158; lake Octov. 1394; s. 

s. ed: Wr. 2146; wipoute lake Shoreh. 

146; lackes (pi.) ayenb. 32; lakkes Lanql. 

b 10, 262. 
lac, A.Sax. lac w., O.Dutch lake, O.lI.Germ. 

lacha/.? lake, lacus, palus? pen lac (lake) 

of Philisteus La-^,. 1280; lak a. p. 2, 

438; lake ^'lacus'\ prompt. 285; icli lea- 

de ham . . . i pe ladliche lake of pe suti 



sunne Marh. 14; lake (dat.) p. I. s. 
XXV, 162; Mapes 337; Chauc. C. t. 
5851; Lidg. m. p. 153; lud. Cov. 309, 
350 Sf 387. 

lac, A.Sax. lac n., Goth, laiks, O.Icel. leikr, 
O.lI.Germ. leich m., laih, ludus, 7nunu8, 
sacrifcium: heo noinen pat lac Z«). 
17748; bi pat alter pas pe lac o fele 
^ pise 3arked Orm. 1062; lutel loc (lac) 
is gode lef p. I. s. VIII, 37 ; loc "mm- 
nus\ fragm. 4, 56; preo kinges . . . 16k 
him bro3te p. I. s. XIX, 128; loac st. 
gen. 1798; leik Havel. 1021; Jos. 17; 
laik Will. 678; loveli laik was it nevere 
bitwene pe longe and pe shorte Langl. 
b 14, 243 (9388): sinful laik m. h. 58; 
lake (dat.) La\ 31953; brohten to lake 
Kath. 63; lokes (lakes) (pi.) a. r. 152; 
lakes, le3kes Orm. 1157 ^ 2166; laikes 
Min. 10; Percev. 1704; ant. Arth. XLII, 
5; comp. brud-, cair-, dusi-, dweomer-, 
feir-, fer-, fiht-, freo-, god-, hende-, idel-, 
love-, meok-, reaf-, schend-, siker-, treow-, 
wed-, wohlac (-leic). 

\9ie.f\it latch ; latche, Xs^XiohQ "pessulus", prompt, 
283. 

laccheu, A.Sax. (ge)lseccan pret. laehte, latch, 
capere, Orm. 12300; lacche o. a. n. 1057; 
Jos. 356; lacche foules Langl. 5, 199 
(355); lacche me in pin amies Will. 
666; lecche (subjunct.) a. r. 164"^; lahte 
(pret.) a. r. 102'\- Horn 249; lahte fit 
his tunge Marh. 9; I'dT^to, a. p. 1, 1204; 
laujte Langl. b 18, 324; dep. B. 13, 
20; laute Havel 744; laht (part.) Orm. 
11621; lagt st. gen. 3141; la3t Gaw. 
156; laght Iw. 3622; lau3t Will. 671: 
laught Alis. 685; [lacched Man. 120, 
24]; comp. bi-, ilacchen. 

lace see las. 

lacin, Fr. lacer, lace, prompt. 283; laced 
(pret.) Will. 1736; ilaced (part.) a. r. 420. 

lachet, Fr. lacet, latchet, prompt. 284; Gaw. 
501. 



lad 



Iffifdi 



299 



lad see hlad. 

la<l, A.Sax. gelad (iter J, M. II. Germ, geleite 

(ductus)? l&des (lodes) mon, M. II. Germ. 

leites (geleites) man, loads-man, La^. 

6246: lodes man a9/e?ib. 140; lodes mon 

a. p. 3, 179. 
laililc lad, puer, Havel. 1786; spec. Ill; 

Man. 68S5; p. s. 239; a. p. 2, 36; dep. 

h\ 19, 24; laddes fpl.J Alls. 1189; 

Langl. I 19, 32; Iw. 2266. 
laddre see hladdre. 
liido, A.Sax. lad, OJcel. leid, O.Dutch lede, 

leide, O.II.Germ. leita, leiti, fro7n liden? 

load (lode, lade), iter, ductus, pr. c. 3421; 

he pile fol^hen aj pat ilke steornes la- 
de Orm. 2140; ilc an sholde prinne lac 

habben pip him o lade 3403; lode a. r. 

268; Trist. 1, 39; Tor. 1676; g. 396; 

pe stede liked wel pe lOde Will. 3292; 

of stree . . . mani a lode Chauc. C. t. a 

2918; loode '■^vectura!' , prompt. 310; comp. 

carte-, hors-, liflade. 

lodcniht La^. 25729. 

lodesterre, O.Dutch leidsterre, load-star, 
Mand. 180; Chauc. C. t. a 2059; lade- 
sterne d. Arth. 751. 

latt(e)op, A.Sax. ladteop, latteop, dux, 
Jul 33; ladtepes (pi.) Mat. 15, 14. 
lailel see hladel. 
laden see hladen. 
lad! see lafdi3, under hlaf. 
l«che vultus, habitus? ladllche leeches Za^. 

1884; pine leches beop grisliche o. a. 

n. 1140. 
Ixche^ A.Sax. Isece, Goth, lekeis, O.Fris. 

letza, 0. II. Germ, lachi, leech, medicus, 

Orm. 19354; leche a. r. 178; spec. 92; 

Shoreh. 36; Langl. h 20, 302; Mand. 

199; Chauc. C. t. 11984; s. s. ed. Wr. 

446; m. Arth. 200; leche '^medicus', 

prompt. 291; leches (pi.) p. I. s. XV, 

190. 

Ififechecraeft leech -craft, ars medica, La\ 
7616; Ifi^checraft Orm. 1869; lechecraft 



a. r. 178; Langl h 16, 104; Iw. 
2736. 

IddohQiibm. medicina, Orm. 1851; lechedom 
horn. 1, 111. 
leche^ A.Sax. Isece, O.Dutch lake, leech, 

^^hirudo\ prompt. 291. 
l!eche = lac? cmp. O.Icel. (mein)leiki; comp, 

cnawe-, wohleche. 
lichen medicari, Orm. 1856; leeche CM,uc. 

dr. 854; leched (pret.) Langl. h 16, 113. 
l^chcii^ A.Sax. laican, frotn lac, salire, lu- 

dere; comp. cijawe-, cud-, ed-, even-, 

neh-, riht-, pristelechen. 
lechuieii^ A.Sax. leecnian, lacnian, O.Icpl. 

hekna, 6o^A. lekinon, O.II.Germ. lachenon, 

medicari, horn. 1,23; lechnie La"^. 16589^'''; 

lecnen a. r. 330. 
lechiiuiige medicatio, Jul. 6. 
IMCf A.Sax. (un)l8ede, Goth. (un)leds, dives? 

hc(o) pat beop nii lede (? ms. leape, r. 

w. grede) misc. 77; comp. unlede. 
Isedeiij leden, A.Sax. Iffidan, O.L.Germ. le- 

dian, O.Fris. leda, O.Icel. leida, O.H. 

Genu, leitau, from liden? lead, ducere^ 

Lai,. 828 Sf 1000; leden a. r. 78; Orm. 

938; s. s. ed. Wr. 1636; gOd lif leden 

p. I. s. VIII, 62; leden song st. gen. 

699; lede ayenh. 168; Langl. h 17, 117; 

Tor. 1061; ferde lede o. a. n. 1684; 

folc ut lede Ravel. 89; leaded (pres.) 

Kath. 261; let ayenl. 185; Itedde (ladde) 

(pret.) La\ 584; ledde a. r. 160; Orm. 

3204; Gow. 2, 374; leadde Kath. 1592; 

ladde Beh 887; Alis. 1485; Will. 1609; 

Chauc. C. t. a 2275; ledden Havel. 2451; 

ladden rel. ant. 1, 129; led (part.) Orm. 

6359; St. gen. 649; lad Langl. I 9, 16 

(5185); Mand. 14, comp. aet-, bi-, for-, 

3el£eden. 
ledere, A.Sax. Isedere, leader, Will. 1355; 

Langl. h 1, 157 (775); ledare prompt. 

292. 
leding^ Germ, leitung, leading, pr. c. 4217 . 
lafdi see lafdi3, under hlfif. 



300 



We 



Isessen 



Isefe see leave. 

\«i(e\y A.Sax. Isefl, O.H.Germ. label, basin; 
Iseflen fdat. pLj Lay 2276'2. 

Isen see lean. 

lane, A. Sax. Ijene (hlsene) fmutuo datus, 
transitorius, vilis, macerj, O.L.Germ. lehni 
fcommodatus , temporarius , transitorius) 
lean, vilis, macer, Lay 19446; lene rel. 
jint. 1, 211; St. gen. 2099; p. I. s. 
XIII, 236; p. 34, 6; lene, leene Langl 
h prol. 123; Chauc. C. t. a 287; leene 
Lidg. m. p. 132; lene, leane a. r. 118 
Sf 368; Ihene ayenh. 53; pas lenan porld- 
ping hom. 1, 105; lenre (compar.) horn. 
1, 37. 
lennesse leanness, prompt. 296. 

l%nen, A. Sax. l»nan, O.Fris. lena, O.Icel. 
lana, lena, O.H.Germ. lehanon, from la- 
ne, lend, commodare; lenen a. r. 248; 
Orm. 15795; pi. cr. 741; liu mihte he 
leanen (lenen) lif to pe deade £^ath. 1086; 
Une Havel. 2072; ayenl. 35; Mire 1485; 
Iw. 737 ; leene Triam. 683; lese pordes 
pu me lenst o. a. n. 756; l^ene fsuhjunet.J 

' Lay 4383; Iqvlq fimperat.J Degrev. 1599; 

■ lene me 3oure hond Chauc. C. t. a 3082; 
lende fpret.J p. I. s. VIII, 61; Bel. 
775; pis lond he hire lende Lay 228; 
lened (part.) Orm. 5159; lend rel. ant. 
1, 113; lent Langl. h 14, 39; comp. a-, 
ilgenen. 

leiiere lender, ayenh. 35; leenere Wicl. prov. 
22. 

lenin, A.Sax. l£enian(?), grow lean, ^^macera- 
re', prompt. 296; leanen h. m. 35. 

l^nsien maJce lean? lensed his fleis 7iom. 1, 
147. 

l»r (Isere?), O.L.Germ. lari, O.H.Germ. larer, 
leer flearj, vacuus; lere o. a. n. 1528; 
Rob. 81, 1; Ber. 1952; comp. ilabv. 

Iseren, A.Sax. laeran, O.L.Germ. iQiian pret. 
lerde, O.H.Germ. leran, O.Fris. lera, 0. 
Icel. Isera, Goth, laisjan, lear, docere, Orm. 
6218; leren a. r. 64; leren discere, st. 



gen. 354; lerin ^''docere, discere', prompt. 
298; lere o. a. n. 1017; Havel 823 8f 
2592; Rob. 67, 8; Mire 546; Langl. I 
18, 225; Chauc. Troil. 5110; s. s. ed. 
Wr. 131; Percev. 232; pr. c. 155 Sf 
5874; Aud. 13; and lered prestis lore 
rel. ant. 1, 211; l^erde, lerde fpret.J La^. 
7458 Sf 8613; lerde p. I. s. VIII, 154; 
Will. 341; and lerdest hi to don schome 
0. a. n. 1053; lerden Kath. 470; lered 
(part.) Chauc. C. t. 13698; Octov. 1715; 
m. h. 2; comp. i-, for-, mislseren. 

lerare, O.H.Germ. lerari, Goth, laisareis, 
^^ doctor \ prompt. 297 . 

las, A.Sax. Ises, O.L.Germ. les, (compar. J 
less, minus; les a. r. 30; st. gen. 3595; 
ayenh. 118; pe les eo minus, Rob. 26, 22; 
m. h. 19; nO pe les o. a. n. 37 4; ipend 
pe from uvele pi les pe du . . . losie 
hom. 1, 117; leste (= les pe) lest. Lay 
6642; a. r. 58; Kath. 2386; for drede 
leste he wolde hire bite I. T. 404; pat 
tree him was forbode lest he hedde pe 
miht of gode c. I. 1068; last Will. 641; 
las Trist. 3, 19; lasse, A.Sax. laessa m., 
laesse /. n., O.Fris. lessa, minor. Lay 
7042; p. I. s. Vlll, 107; Orm. 7906; 
Wicl. John 3; a lasse hul Rob. 204, 6; 
pa Isesse (lasse) Lay 12735; lesse a. r. 
86; st. gen. 994; lasse o. a. n. 482; 
Alis. 68; Inde pe lasse and pe more 
Mand. 4; Jasse & mare m. Arth. 687; 
lesse minus, a. r. 92; pe him jived lesse 
p. I. s. VIII, 36; lasse Orm.. 4896; 
Langl. b 5, 252; lasse ne mare Kath. 
1561; lest, A.Sax. Isest, laesest, (super- 
lat.J least, minime, Marh. 13; ayenh. 36; 
er me lest pene a, r. 178; and lest it 
costep Gow. 1, 153; laeste minimus, Orm. 
15277; leste Mand. 173; pe leste man 
Langl. 3, 24 (25); at pe leste Horn 
612; pr. c. 2322; et te leste a. r. 164, 

lassen lessen; lessin ^^minuere\ prompt. 298; 
lessi ayenb. 175; lassen Gaw. 1800; lasse 



Is^st 



Isbven 



301 



fpres.J rel. ant. 2, 211; lassed Kath. 
1718; lassep Gow. 3, 147; lessith s. a. 
c. ed. Wr. XLVI, 20; lessed fpretj ps. 
88, 46; ilessed f part. J JShoreh. 127. 

last, A. Sax. l^st, last (vedigium, forma), 
0. II. Germ, leist (forma J, Goth, laists 
(tXvo<;), last, forma; lest voc. 181 ; prompt. 
298; last voc. 190; lestes fpl.J p. I. s. 
XXXIV, 13. 

lasteu, A. Sax. Isestan, O.L.Germ. lestian, 
O.Fris. lesta, lasta, 0. II. Germ, leisten, 
Goth, laistjan (Sttoxstv), last, exsequi, prae- 
stare; lesten pi. cr. 855; dat ic de have 
hoten wel ic it sal lesten st. gen. 2906; 
lestin '•^durare\ prompt. 299; in sunne 
leste G. I. 1058; pat may to hevene 
leste Shoreh. 3; lasten Kath. 279; spec. 
49; Gow. 3, 239; (ms. lasstenn) Orm. 
8549; laested fpres.J Lay 1959; lested 
a. r. 20; leasted Marh. 5, 2; lest, last 

0. a. n. 1450 ^ 1466; pei lasten noght 
pat pei behoten Mand. 252; lestinde 
fpart.J proclam. 7; Isbste fpret.J lay 6542; 
laste Itob. 9, 19; lasted (part.) Mand. 
10; comp. ileesten. 

late, O.Dutch lat, O.Icel. lat, Iseti, leet (lait), 
look, demeanour: feir lete horn. 1, 69; 
lat m. h. 123; pe lot of pe windes a. 
p. 3, 161; man haldep hem for gode 
men for pejre gode late Orm. 1213; for 
pine fule lete o. a. n, 35; wid reuli lo- 
te st. gen. 1162; of lote & h(e)ue a. p. 

1, 895; pe womman pat sat in pe weie 
I6t(e) ^^mulier quae sedelat in hivio\ Wicl. 
genes. 38; lates (pi.) a. r. 90; luveliche 
lates Marh. 14; pe lates of pe foules 
Alex. 149; latis Isumh. 180; ofte he hi- 
re loh to & makede hire letesZ^^. 18543; 
wey(e) letes Mire 748; mid swlde vseire 
laeten Lay 15661; summe (wenden) to 
weien Iseten 15509; comp. i-, in-, on-, 
utlsete. 

laten, A. Sax. Isetan, O.Fris. leta (sinere), 
Goth, letan (lav, acpievat); O.L.Germ. la- 



tan (sinere, mittere), O.Icel. lata (ponere^ 
sinere, facere, dicere, se praehere, se gerere)^ 
0. H. Germ, lazan (sinere, permittere, di- 
mittere), let (leet, lat), sinere, ponere, mitte- 
re, relinquere, putare, se gerere, videriy 
Lay 8612; & laeten pel of Opre men 
Orm. 7527; leten st. gen. 4142; Will, 
2184; Gow. 2, 369; peos ... beod alle 
ine freo pille tO dCnne oper to leten a, 
r. 8; pet Oder pu most leten lt2; le- 
ten to pel of hire sulven 176; lete (leo- 
ten) makie Kath. 1475; lete ayeyib. 56; 
and lete (late) him in his prisoun stille 
dwelle Chauc. C. t. a 1335; laten Havel. 
328; latin, laatin "dimittere, rdinquerey 
permittere, putare\ prompt. 288 ^ 289; 
late him inne Percev. 961; late (pres.) 
Havel. 1741; spa pu Isetest lasse of pe 
spa Isetep drihtin mare Orm. 4896; pu 
lest Flor. a. Bl. 365; leted rel. ant. i, 
211; latep modili3 Orm. 1296; lates i>r. 
c. 1567 ; he ne let him nout blCd a. r. 
112; he let (leet) it sop Langl. h 15, 
168; lat (imper.) o. a. n. 258; Langl. 
h 3, 73; leted a. r. 42; Isete (suhjunct.) 
p. I. s. VIII, 170; Orm. 4859; lete Beh 
757 ; let (pret.) o. a. n. 8; st. gen. 809; 
Havel. 2062; Bek. 451; & let it eornen 
Orm. 1336; & let lihtlij paeroife 16517; 
sho let als sho him noght had sen Iw. 
1809; leet Chauc. C. t. a 128; and leet 
lijt of pe lawe Langl. b 6, 170; pu le- 
te 0. a. n. 1308; (hi) leten Brand. 5: 
Alts. 3278; Rich. 3305; pe lutel leten 
of godes bode p. I. s. VIII, 131; [lette 
Lay 432; Kath. 792; a. r. 54]; leten 
(part.) rel. ant. 2, 273 ; lete, laten Chauc. 
C. t. a 4346; for a knight i may be 
lete Fercev. 803; laten Iw. 2423; s. s. 
ed. Wr. 1811; Man. 61, 18; comp. a-, 
for-, ilseten. 
IxTen, A. Sax. Isefan, 0. Fris. leva, 0. Icel. 
leifa, O.H.Germ. leiben, Goth, (bi)laibjan, 
from liven, leave, relinquere, relinqui, Lay 



302 



l*wed 



lain 



^94; leaven Xath. 429; a. r. 162; le- 

ven Gow.- 1, 86; leevin prompt. 301; 

leve Will 2358; LangJ. h 15, 101; icli 

wole ... . mi lond leve for love of pe 

Beh. 39; pat he ne mijte leve per 1246; 

lefep f pros. J Orm. 8664; lef fimper.J a. 

r. 102; leve fsubjunct.J Degrev. 933; 

lafde (lefde) (pret.) La"^. 766; lafte Jos. 

707; Langh h 20, 250 (14426 J; l^fden 

La^. 3909; leved fpart.J JIavel. 225; 

Min. 3; comp. bi-, for-, ilseven. 
Ijepeil, A. Sax. l^ped, lewd, laicus, Orm. 846; 

lewed Bel. 37 8; ayeyib. 25;^Mand. 164; 

ChauG. (J. t. a 574; Octov. 1715; leud 

"laicus, ignarus\ prompt. 301; Aud. 18; 

lawed m. h. 5. 

leudnesse lewdness, "ignoratitta\ prompt. 
301. 
laf see hlaf. 

laferd, lc'ifdi3 see under hlaf. 
laggiii Into conspergere? prompt. 283; comp. 

bilaggen. 
la^c? comp. in-, lit-, wicTerla^e. 
la^e, A. Sax. lagu, law, lex, o. a. n. 969; 

Shoreh. 50; ayenh. 126; peos la3e La'^. 

6312; on , pere aide la3e horn. 1, 87; 

la^he Orm. 2376; laghe pr. c. 2163; 

mir. pi. 175; lahe Kath. 7 80; lawe Beh. 

300; Langl. 3, 156 (160); h T. 387; 

broper in lawe Alis. 4399; fadir in la- 
we "socer\ prompt. 145; lane And. 39; 

laje (pi. J Hide, tlies. 1, 223; pa ten 

la3e horn. 1, 11; lape p. I. s. VIII, 156; 

lawen La-^,. 1167; c. I. 167 . 

lajheboc law-hook, Orm. 1953. 

lawebreche breach of law, Wicl. Is. 1. 

Ia3eliche legitime, rel. ant. 1, 131 ; la3he- 
llke Orm'. 2374. 
lajc^ A. Sax. O.L.Germ. lagu, O.Icel. logr, 

lay, lacus; laie, leye Arth. a. Merl. 5306 
. Sf 9486; lai Gow. 2, 5; lauen (dat. plj 

Alis. 3856. 

leyven (la3efen) palus, La\ 22835; 
leiven (printed leinen) Mark. 14, 11; 



h. m, 33, 5; leievenne (dat.J a. r. 
328. 

leimure a. r. 328^. 
latere lawyer; lawere, law3er prompt. 290; 

lawyeres (pi.) Langl. 7 , 59 (8, 62). 
la^ieii^ A. Sax. lagian, mahe a law, ordain; 

lahede (pret) Kath. 1213. 
la^ien^ O.Dutch log-en, low, lower; la3hen 

Orm. 2639; 103! ayenh. 28; 16 win "hu- 

7niliare\ prompt. 315; lowep (pres.) Gow. 

3, 295; pe Sonne lowep Alis. 5746; M- 

wes pr. c. 8505; lo3e pe Shoreh. 107; 

lowed (pret.) Will. 695; lopudest a. r. 

190; lo3ed (part.) a. p. 2, 1650; lawed 

pr. c. 8522. 
lah, A. Sax. lah(?), O.Icel lagr, O.Dutch 

lag, leg, O.Fris. leg, law, humilis, gr. 

15; Orm. 15246; laih (loh) La^. 986. 

I63 BeL 1783; spec. 73; Shoreh. 145 

atjenh.105; a I03 {l6\y) Langl. h 12, 234 

bi loogh helow, a. p. 2, 116; lonh a. r. 

140; law Mill. 20; nug. poet. 17; low 

treat. 136; pe la3e (lowe) La^. 22135; 

pe la3he leod Orm. 9319; lahe (adv.) 

Marh. 12, 31; la3e, lOwe 0. a. n. 1456; 

lawe Em. 323; lawe (pi.) Havel, 2767; 

lahre, lah3hre (compar.) Orm. 2664 ^" 

13270; lopure a. r. 380; la3hest (su- 

perlatj Orm. 15247; laheste Marh. 14, 

34. 

16311 lowly, a. p. 2, 614; 16wli Chauc. 
a t. a 99. 

16uhnesse lowness, a. r. 27 8 ; I63nesse a- 
yenh. 246; I6wnesse prompt. 314. 

louhschipe humilitas, a. r. 358. 
lahe see la3e. 
lahhen see hlahhen. 
lahter see hlahter. 
lai^ O.Fr. lai, lay, cantus, hom. 1, 199; 

layes (pi.) Langl. 8, 66 (9, 57). 
lai, O.Fr. lai, lay: lai feo Bek. 556. * 
lai see lei. 

laik, laiken see lac, lakien. 
lain, lainen see lein, leinen. 



lair 



land 



303 



lair, O.Icel. leir, laivj lutum, Ilalliw. did. 

602. 
laiten, 0. Icel. leita, cmp. A. Sax. platian 

fintuerij, Goth, vlaiton (TtsptpXsTtso^aO, 

P^ hit, quaerere: laite Iw. 237 ; Trist. 3, 
69; Alex. lo2; Percev. 265: to le3ten 
& to seken Orm. 3467; laites fpres.J 
Gaw. 356; pr. c. 7635; laitand f part. J 
ps. 23, 6; laited fpret. part.) a. p. 2, 
1768. 

lai|> see lad. 

lak, lake see lac. 

lake, O.L.Germ. lacan, O.H.Germ. lachan, 
linteum, Ilalliw. diet. 602; Chauc. C. t. 
h 2048. 

lakeii, A. Sax. lacan pret. leolc, lee, Goth. 
laikan p7'et. lailaik, O.Icel. leika pret. lek, 
salire, currerc: Ardiir him laec to La^. 
21269; hit laec toward hlrede folc uni- 
mete 28522. 

lakien, O.Fris. lakia fimpugnarej, O.Dutch 
I'dcken fvituperare, deficere), from lac, lacTi 
dejicere: hem gan dat water laken st. gen 
1231; lakkin "vituperare\ prompt. 286 
lakke Mand. 214; s. a. c. XVIII, 1 
to lakke his chaffare Langl. h 6, 132 
I hem sholde lakke no liflode 11, 280 
lakes fp-es.J pr. c. 797; pat lacede jeu 
hom. 1, 233; lakkede Chauc. C. t. a 766. 

lakien, M. II. Germ, leichen? /row? lac? laih, 
ludere, sacrificare: to peopten god & la- 
ken Orm. 973; als if he polde lejken 
C^ Icel. leika = laken) 12044; lake mir. 
pi. 139; whan pai wil ani man lake s. 
s. ed. Web. 1212; al so he wolde with 
hem leike Ravel. 469; laike Langl. h 
prol. 172; laikez fpres.J a. p. 2, 872 
laiked fpret. J Will. 1026; Gaw. 1564 
laikid m. h. 71; lakeden Orm. 7430 
leikeden Havel. 954. 

lam, A.Sax. lam, 0. Dutch lem, O.H.Germ. 
leim, loam, lutum, m. h. 1; lame nug. 
poet. 39; pu makedest mon of lame Jul. 
60. 



lamb, A.Sax. O.Icel. Goth. O.L.Germ. O.II. 

Germ, lamb, lamb flomhj, agnuts, Orm. 

1312; m. h. 46; pet lamb (yenh. 232; 

lamb (lomb) Chauc. C. t. b 469; lomb 

Marh. 12; a. r. 304; Mand. 264; Man. 

1692; lombe fdat.J ayenb. 236; lambre 

fpl.J Orm. 13329; lambren ayenb. 139; 

Langl. b 16, 200; WiclJohn21; Lidg. 

m. p. 169. 
lame, A.Sax. lama, O.L.Germ. lamo, O.Icel. 

lami, O.Fris. lam(a), loma, O.H.Germ. 

lamer, lame, ^^claudus\ prompt. 286; o. 

a. n. 1732; Havel. 1938; an. lit. 7; 

Lidg. m. p. 226; lome L^^. 30777. 
lami, O.H.Germ. leimiger, loamy, h. m. 47. 
lamien, A.Sax. lemian, O.H.Germ. lemen, 

O.Icel. lemja, lame, claudam facere; lamin 

prompt. 286; lamede fpret.) d. Arth. 

4302; lamed fpart.j Havel. 2765; Man. 

1836; comp. alamien. 
lampe, Fr. lampe, lamp, Marh. 20; lompe 

aye7ib. 232; lampen fpl.J p. I. s. XIIl, 

121. 
lampreie, Fr. lamproie, lamprey. Itoh. 442^ 

18. 
lance, Fr. lance, lance. Bob. 137 , 12; laiin- 

ce Jos. 264. 
launchin, O.Fr. lancier, lanch, pi'ompt. 290; 

launcep [pres.J pi. cr. 661 ; lancen Gaw. 

626; l^imcQOi-fpret.J Will. 2765. 
laud, A.Sax. O.Fris. land, lond, O.L.Germ. 

O.Icel. Goth, land, O.H.Germ. lant, land, 

la7id f lond J, terra, Iw. 1023; pr. c. 1404: 

m. h. 98; pat land Orm. 7092; pet 

land pet he halt of his Ihorde ayenb. 19; 

lond a. r. 208; Havel 64; Will. 2761; 

Langl, 4, 131 fl48j; Mand. 6; Aud. 1; 

pat lond Lay 241; o. a. n. 999; Roh. 

38, 2; se pide se pe lond pas Kath. 49; 

water and lond st. gen. 103; laiide fdat.J 

Percev. 208; londe c. I. 664; ayenb, 37; 

a. p. 1, 936; loande proclam. 6; lond, 

londes fpl.J Lay 6226 ^ 28022; comp. 

ei-, kineland. * 



304 



lande 



lanke 



lond'ouggere Langl. I W, 307. 

londfolc La^. 30930; o. a. n. 1158; 
Rob. 173, 12. 

londgavel La-^. 7789. 

londtilie La^. 14850.' 

londuvel a. r. 360. 
laude^ O.Fr. lande J)ie% wh.^ 199, lawn 

flaundj; laiinde '^saltus', prompt. 291; a- 

yenh. 216. 
landien^ A. Sax. landian, land; londe ^^ap- 

pello, applico\ prompt. 312; landed /'^^r^.y 

Isumb. 231. 
laiie^ O.Fris. lane, lone, lane f lone J, ^'vicu- 

lus\ prompt. 286; Rich. 4373; pr. c. 

8919; lone a. p. 1, 1065; lanes fpl.J 

voo. 165; Chauc. C. t. 12586; lanes, lo- 

nes Langl. 2, 192 (216). 
laiie^ A. Sax. Isen, 0. Fris. len, 0. Icel. len, 

Ian, O.n.Germ. lehan, loan, commodatum; 

lane (leane) horn. 1, 257; lOne a. r. 208; 

p. I. s. XVir, 479; ayenl. 35; Gow. 2, 

284; Chauc. C. t. h 1485; rel. ant. 1, 

113; Amad. ed. Rohs. XXXVIII, 10; 

loone, lene Zangl. b 20, 284. 
lanerc, Fr. laniere, lanner, lorum, ^'Uguld\ 

prompt. 286; laineres, lanieris fpl.J Chauc. 

C. t. a 2504. 
laug, A.Sax. O.Fris. lang, long, O.L.Germ. 

lang, O.Icel. langr, O.H.Gerni. langer, 

Goth, laggs, Lat. longus, long (lang), 

Orm. 15210; ayenl. 99; s. s. ed. Web. 

55; Iw. 1479; pr. c. 632; long La^. 

6366;' Kath. 518; o. a. n. 754; Havel. 

987; spec. 35; a long (? along =r and- 

long) in longum? Langl. 5, 124 (210); 

long ant. Arth. XXXVII, 9; pene 

dsei longe Lay 5668; alle longe niht 

28000; 0. a. n. 331 ; al pe longe yeer 

Lidg. m. p. 152; al pe 3er longe o. a. 

n. 790; lange (adv.) Orm. 1264; m. h. 
72; longe a. r. 268; Bel. 10; ayenb. 

205; Octav. 130; longne (ace. m.) Lay 

287; lenger (compar.) Chauc. C. t. a 

330; pr. c. 3932; Icngre (adv.) Kath. 



810; a. r. 8; Orm. 13163; lengre ipo- 
lien Lay 471; lenger ayenb. 56; Will. 
633; IIoccl. I, 288; pe lenge pe mCre 
Alis. 5864; leng o. a. n. 42; Bek. 161; 
na leng libben Lay 11015; nO leng a- 
bide Irist. 3, 28; comp. an(d)lang. 
langmod ^Uonganimis\ ps. 102, 8. 
lon(g)sum, A.Sax. langsum, O.H.Germ. 
langsamer, longsome, longus, horn. 1, 107 . 

lang = ilang? long (lang), pertinens: al 
Cristene folkes hald is lang o Cristes 
helpe Orm. 13377; long Chauc. C. t. 
12858; mi lif is long on pe spec. 29. 

laiigage^ Fr. langage, language, Bek. 142. 

lange longitude? to pere worlde longe Lay 
15835. 

langien^ A.Sax. langian, longian, O.Dutch 
0. H. Germ, langen, long, prolongari, por- 
rigere, pertingere, desiderare; langen Orm. 
19364; him gon longen (longye) Lay 
18803; d9e3es gunnen longen (longi) 
30627 ; longien him to lette his madmes 
30896; \oi\gie Shoreh. 1 23 ; longen Chauc. 
C. L a 227 8; longin ^^pertinere, desidera- 
re', prompt. 312; longed (pres.) Kath. 
1915; hin longep o. a. n. 890; me lon- 
gep him tO se Rob. 289, 2; longip Alis. 
139; pat pertil longes Havel. 396; lon- 
gede (langede) (pret.) Lay 10124; lon- 
gede Beh. 45; longed a. p. 1, 144 ^ 2, 
17 47 ; longeden c. I. 1340; longed (part.) 
Will. 4570; comp- a-, bi-, for-, oflangien. 

languissen^ Fr. languir^ languish; languissed 
(pret.) Man. 9550; languishide Wiel. 
Dafi. 8. 

langour^ Fr. langueur, languor, ayenb. 93; 
Will. 9W. 

longunge^ A.Sax. langung, longing, a. r. 
190; longinge spec. 28; longing Gow. 3, 
309. 

lanke^ 0. Butch lanke, O.H.Germ. lancha, 
lank (Ionic), Iambus: stiches i pi lonke 
h. m. 35; and leip (h)is leg o lonke p. 
s. 156. 



lanterne 



hlsten 



305 



laiiteriK'^ Fr. lunterne, lantern, Flor. k. Bh 
23H; ayenh. lOf); IVicI. Mot. /A 

lap see lilap. 

lapieii^ A. Six, lapian(V), 0. Dutch lapeu, 
OJI.Germ. laffan, lai?; Jape Langl. 5, 207 
(363): (t. ]). 2 J 1434: lappiu ''hmhere\ 
prompt. 287 : lappej) fpres.J Gov;. 3, 215; 
lapiden (pret.) ]Vicl. Judges 7 . 

laiipi'; A. Sax. 0. Fris. 0. II. Germ, lappa, 
lap, lacinia, '^ora'\ fragm. 1, 30; prompt. 
287; p. r. I p. 227; Langl. h 2, 30 (\' 

■ JOy 260; Chauc. 0. t. a 686; G aw. 036; 
and loyde (hit) nppe his lappe La^. 
30261^'; |)e lappc of oiire lOverdes clo])(e) 
p. I. .<?. XXI, 20; and knit(te) hit in 
his lappe s. s. cd. Wr. 1262; nou es 
left me no lappe in! lig-ham to liele d. 
Arth. 3286; comp. erelappe. 

la|i|ieii^ O.Dutch lappen, lap, Will. 1712; 
lappin 'Hnvohere\ iwompt. 287; lappe 
Flor. 113; lapped f pret. J Gctv. 2, 268; 
Triani. 417; lappid Tor. 007; lapped 
(part.) I. h. r, 60; pr. c. 023; lapped 
in clontes pi. cr. 438; ilappid p. I. s. 
I, 30; comp. bilappen. 

la|)|H'ii n\' hipion. 

lani, Fr. lard, lard, "'lardnm\ prompt. 288. 

larder^ O.Fr. lardior, larder, p. 1. s. XIII, 
236. 

lartliii^ Fr. larder, lard, prompt. 288. 

Ian', A.Srtx. lar, O.LXierni. O.TI.Germ. le- 
ra, lore flare J, doctrine, precept, horn. 1, 
100; Kath. 116; Orm. 372; Min. 47; 
pr. c. 6460; mir. pi. 00; lare (lore) Lay 
603; lore (lare) a. r. 80; lore Shoreh. 
00; Will. 328; Langl. h 12, 274; Chauc. 
('. t. a 027; a. p. 2, 1006; lerei?) FM. 
rom. 2, 373; m. Arth. 021. 
larfader lare-father, Orm. 16620. 
larspel sermon, Ija^. 10162; Orm. 12686; 

lorspel rel. ant. 1, 120. 
lOrpein fragm. 0, 20. 
larjjeu horn. 1, 81; lorctepes (pi.) rel. 
ant. 1, 120. 



lareop, A. Sax. lareop, preceptor, imtructm\ 

f?ms. lareap) horn. 1, 241; larcpes (pi.) 

Orm. 7233. 
large, Fr. large, la7'ge, largua, a. r. 168; 

llai-el. 07; Itoh. 183, 14; ayenh. 21; 

larg-ere (compar.) a. r. 168. 

largellche largely, ayenh. 37 . 
largesse, Fr. largesse, largess, a. r. 166; 

ayenh. 102. 
larke, A. Sax. hlperce, 0. Dutch leuwerke, 

0. II. Germ, leracha, larh (larocl, lavroch), 

''alauda\ prompt. 288; Langl. hl2, 262; 

Chauc. C. t. a 1401; laveroc spec. 26; 

I. c. c. 36; laverok Goiv. 2, 264. 
las see laes. 
las, O.Fr. las, lacs, lace. Alls. 7608; laas 

Chauc. C. t. a 302; lace Gaio. 217 . 
lasche, Germ, lasche, lash, Higula\ prompt. 

288. 
lasche, O.IIGerm. losche? morocco, Halliw. 

diet. 006. 
lasche, O.Fr. lasche, lash, laxus, prompt. 

288. 
laschiii. Germ, laschen, lash, ^'verherare", 

prompt. 288; lasched (pret.) a. p. 2, 

707; lashed Em. 208. 
laskeii, O.Fr. lascher, laxare; lask(e) Will. 

000; laske his peines Mire 1736. 
lasse lass; lasce m. h. 30. 
lasseii see lassen. 
last, O.Icel. lostr, from A. Sax. lean, Goth. 

laian, O.L.Gcrm. O.IIGerm. lahan (ritu- 

perare), fault, vice, Lay 22074; Orm. 

4022; laste (dat.) spec. 37; lastes (pi) 

horn. 1, 140; a. p. 3, 108. 

lastelC'S faultless, Kath. 100; spec. 02; 
leasteles j\[arh. 12, 8. 
last see hlast. 
last see Iffest. 
lasteii, O.Icel. lasta, hlame, Jul. 70; pon 

lastest hem rel. ant, 1, 243; laste (im~ 

perat.) a. r. 302. 
lasteii see hlasten. 
lasteii see l&sten. 

39 



306 



las tun ge 



ladnesse 



lastiiiige hlmne, a. r. 66. 

lat, A.Sax. Iset, O.L.Gerin. lat, O.Icel. latr, 
Goth, lats, 0. II. Germ, lazer, lat^ tardus, 
h. m. 37; Jos. 60 o; a. p. 2, 1172; late 
{fldv.J late, tat'de, La^. 307 6; Orm. 753; 
0, a. n. 1147; Langl. 3, i')6 (73); leate 
a. r. 336; later feompar.J later, p. I. s. 
f^III, 67; pe latere (latter) a. r. 86; 
at pa(n) latere cherre La'^. 8366; latre 
Orm. 868; latste (superl.) last, Orm. 
4168; lateste Jiom. 2, 5; laste Kath. 
685; a. r. 86; at J)aii la.ste Lay 3766; 
at pe (te) laste treat. 134; (ham. C. t. 
a 707 ; s. s. ed. Wr. 2672; a last a. r. 
314; spec. 102; ayenh. 69;. pe iatemeste 
dai m<isc. 171; pe latemiste read La^. 
11080'-. 

I'dif laten see Isete, L^ten. 

latin, O.Fr. latin, Latin, Chauc. C. t. a 638. 

latiuicr, O.Fr. latinier, interpreter, Man. 
7573; (printed \ii,i\mQx) La"^. 14319; spec. 
49; latineres (pL) Mand. 68. 

latoii, 0. Fr. laton, latten, ^Umrichalcum'\ 
prompt. 289; roc. 266; Goiv. 1, 221; 
laton, latoun Chauc. C. t. a 699; latoiin 
pr. c'. 4371; latun pi. cr. 196. 

latt(ej, A.Sax. lietta voc. 26, 0. Dutch latte, 
O.II.Germ. latta, lath flat), ^'asser\ voc. 
236; latthe, latlitlie Higillum', prompt. 
288. 

latteow see under lade. 

lattis, Fr. lattis, lattice, Jricl. prov. 2. 

laiT, A.Sax. lad, O.L.Germ. letli, led, led> 
0. Icel. leidr, 0. II. Germ, leider, loath 
(loth), molestus, odiosus, Mark. 14; lad 
(I5p) La>,. 244; lap Orm. 4140; Iw. 
135; Mapes 360; lod a. r. 168; st. gen. 
369; lop Will. 6201; ich pas him lop 
0. a. n. 1088; loth Havel. 261; loop, 
loth Langl. b 9, 67; be him lop (looth) 
or leef Chauc. C. t. a 1837; laip h. s. 
663; leith Aud. 31; pe lathe Lazare 
Town. myst. 248; pe lope gost p. I. s. 
VIII, 136; lope (pi.) Ilmm, ed. Lum. 



1060; laithe m. h. 61; oure laith(e) 
sinnes a. p. 3, 401; lodre (compar.) a. 
r. 266; ladest (superl.) M.arh. 3; lodest 
a. r. 296; comp. ilad. 
ladlic, A.Sax. ladlic, O.II.Germ. leidll- 
cher, loathly, gr. 42; ladllch (lOpllch) 
Lay 4674; lodlic st. gen. 749; lodllch 
a. r. 118; o. a. n. 32; lopli WiU. 60; 
s. s. ed. Wr. 3207; Tor, 963; lOthli 
^^ahoniinahilis\ prompt. 314; lodli Mapes 
339; lodliche (adv.) c. I. 1136; ladli- 
che (pi.) Lay 1884; ladliche fend p. 
I. 8. VIII, 141; \k^\ik^(iY (compar.) Lay 
15967; loplokest (superl.) Alls. 6312. 
lodlichhede ayenh. 203. 
lothsiim, O.II.Germ. leidsamer, loathsome, 
^^ahominahilis\ prompt. 314. 
laff, A.Sax. lad, O.L.Germ. leth, O.II.Germ. 
leid, molestia, iyijuria: pat lad La^. 16073; 
lap Orm. 11887; lath Ilav.el. 76; he lie 
wile us dou non lod rel. ant. 1, 218; 
lop chron. Vilod. 92; Percev. 1936; avow. 
Arth. LVII, 3; lope (dat.) o. a. n. 
1146; wipoiiten lope /. h. r. 139. 
lodleas, A.Sax. ladleas, a. r. 188. 
ladspail (r. -spel), A.Sax. ladspell. Lay 
20808. 
laitc see hlade. 

laitieii, A.Sax. ladian, O.Fris. lathia, ladia, 
O.Icel. lada, 6^0^^. lapon, O.II.Germ. la- 
don, lathe, invitare. Lay 6673; ladied 
(pres.) a. r. 144; lapez (imperat.) a. p. 
2, 81; ladede (pret.) Lay 14427; comp. 
jeladien. 
laiticii, A.Sax. ladian, O.Icel. leida, O.II. 
Germ, leiden, loathe; ladin Jul. 16; ladi 
h. m. 9; 15 pin, lothiu ^'ahominari, detesta- 
ri\ prompt. 316; lope Rob. 32, 9; ])at 
us lopep (lotheth) pe lif Langl. b prol. 
156; lodie (subjunct.) a. r. 324; leode- 
de (pret.) Lay 6096; loped Alis. ed. Sk. 
336; comp. aladien. 
laitiiessej 0. H. Germ, leidnissa, loathness, 
hom. 1, 96; lodnesse a. r. 310. 



14dde 



leap 



307 



laiTife^ A. Sax. l&ddu, hatred, enmity, La"^. 
2328; Intel me is of oper luve leasse 
of oper biclde Jul. 27; prappe & lappe 
Orm. 5451; much el ledde to hire sunne 
horn. 2, 141; lape Havel 2^76; lope 
Shoreh. i)7 ; lepe m. h. 81. 

laiTuiige^ A. Sax. ladnng, lathing, invitatio, 
convocatio, horn. J, 93; ladung^ (lapinge) 
La^. 5115. 

laiiiidc see lande. 

Itive, A. Sax. Ikf, ^O.Fr is. lava, O.L.Germ. 
leva, O.Icel. leif, Goth. O.lI.Germ. leiba, 
from liven, lave, reliquum: iias per na 
mare ... to lav© La^. 28583; loave a. 
r. 168. 

liiYCdi see under hlaf. 

laveii^ Fr. laver? lave: to lave & to kest(e) 
a. p. 3, 154; pe deu of grace upon me 
lave spec. 72; lavede fpret.J Percev. 2250; 
hie his fet lavede mid hire hOte teres 
horn. 2, 143; he lavede a sweote La'^. 
7489; it lavede a blode rel. ant. 1, 144; 
laved (part. J Langl. h 14, 5; comp. bi- 
laven. 

laveiiilere launder, spec. 49; lavender Chauc. 
I. g. IV. 358. 

laYeiiilrie laundry, Langl. h 15, 182, 

lavcril see hlaford, under lilaf. 

laveroc fee larke. 

lavour^ Fr. lavoir, laver, rel. ant. 1, 7; la- 
voures f"pl.J pi. cr-^ 196. 

law see lah. 

lawe see la^e. 

lawc see hlawe. 

lax, A. Sax. leax, O.Icel. lax, O.lI.Germ. 
lahs, salmon, Havel. 754; p. s. 151; lex 
fragm. 3, 21. 

lazar laz^ir, Chauc. C. t. a 242. 

le see hleow. 

leac, A.Sax. leac, O.Dutch lok, O.Icel. laukr, 
O.H.Germ. louch, leek; leek ^^porrum\ 
prompt. 295; Langl. 5, 65 (82); Chauc. 
C. t. a 3879; comp. car-, crowe-, gar-, 
hem-, hoi-, hous-, pel-, schinlek (-lok). 



kail, A.Sax. lead, Dutch lood, M. II. Germ, 
lot, lead, plumbum, lebes plumbeus, perpen- 
diculum; l&d (leod) La\ 5692; Had a- 
yenh. 141; led Havel. 924; spec. 83; 
leed Hand. 75; s. a. c. XII, 11; leade 
fdat.J ayenb. 150; lede Langl. 5, 600 
(6, 81); Chauc. C. t. a 202. 

leaf, A.S'ix. leaf, O.Fris. laf, O.Dutch lof, 

O.Icel. lauf, O.lI.Germ. laub n., Goth. 

laubs m., leaf, Jolium, Marh. 1; leaf, liaf 

ayenb. 230 Sf 232; lef treat. 137; lef 

(leef) Langl. b 3, 337; lef, leef, lief 

Chauc. C. t. a 3177; leaf (pi.) La^. 46; 

treo pe bered lef & blosman horn. 1, 109; 

leaves ayenb. 57; Isefes Orm. 13737 . 

lefsel, Sited, lofsal, Dan. lovsal, botver of 

leaves, a. p. 3, 448; lef-, leef-, levesel 

Chauc. C. t. a 4V61; lefsal ant. Arth. 

VI, 5. 

leafe see leave. 

lea^e, A.Sax. Jeah, O.Dutch loge, O.lI.Germ. 
louga, lye (ley, lee); le3e ayenb. 145; 
lei he misc, 193; leye, lie ^Hixivium", 
prompt. 294; lie ^'■lixivurn\ rel. ant. 1, 8. 

leahtcr see- hlahter. 

Ifjil, leel, O.Fr. leal, loyal, Man. 5924; 
lei Will. 5119. 

lealle, O.Fr. lealte, loyalty, spec. 53; leaute, 
\q\M' Langl. 3, 273 (289). 

lean, A.Sax. loan, O.L.Germ. O.lI.Germ, 
lOn, O.Fris. Ian, O.Icel. Goth, laun, 7ner- 
ces, praemium: fire swinkes lean misc. 60; 
lien Orm. 1518; pat l«n La:^. 16691; 
len st. gen. 2838; ]an horn. 1, 163; Kath. 
806; lien p. I. s. VIII, 32; rel. ant. 1, 
183; comp. edlen. 

leaiie see Irene. 

leap, A.Sax. leap, O.Icel. laupr, leap; leep 
^'sporta, corhis, nassa^\ prompt. 296; '■^ftscel- 
lam\ Wicl. exod. 2; lepe (dat.) o. a. n. 
359; s. a. c. ed. Wr. LXIX, 9; lepes 
(pi.) Rob. 265, 9; lepus Aud. 81; comp. 
bread-, fisch-, sedlep. 

leap, leapen see hleap, hleapen. 



308 



leas 



leggeii 



Icas^ A. Sax. leas, O.Fris. lutj, O.L.Gcrm. 

los, 0. 11. Germ, losor, GoUi. laus, O.IciL 

lauss, from leoseii, false, Mark. Id, 20; 

les Ilol 160, 0: Mich. 3230; p. s. 214; 

s. sJ cd. Wr. 2470; rel ant. 1, 123; 

leea "falsus\ irrompt. 206'; spec. 40; c. 

T. 1086; Chuic. r. r. cS; leas fsuhst.J 

a. r. 82; Shoreh. Ill; les Lidfj. d. 

Th. 1777; ])1 lease pit Kath. 1010; 

buten lesc La^^. 281o0; lease fplj p. 

I. s. nil, 120; Lay 7dl; lease spefnes 

a. r. 268; lese a. p. 2, 17 10; lese por- 
' des 0. a. n. 7 56; cojiip. are-, berd-, 

care-, eude-, fader-, g-ruiid-, jeme-, lielp-, 

herte-, lif-, milit-, mOder-, iiead-, r&d-, 

reclie-, sak-, witleas. 
leasiiuge^ A.lSax. leasuug, leasing-, lea 'my, 

mendacium, hom. 1, 220; a. r. 82; lesiii- 

ge La}. 2060; Langl. h 4, Id; leesinge 

prompt. 208; lesiiig o. a. ii. 848; Chauc. 

C. t. 12407: Odor. 1660; pr. c. 4274; 

And. 27. 
leare, A.Sax. leal", Jl.Il.O'ejm. loube, krirr, 

jpermissio. La}. 4870; a. r. J6; lete Onn. 

10220; Isumh. 142; leve ""liccntia\ prompt. 

300; d. gen. 784; Fhr. a. BL 0; LarujI. 

h 18, 264; Tor. 440; icli . .. uime lo- 
ve 0. a. n. 457; leve, leeve Chauc. C. t. 

a 1210: live s. s. ed. Wr. 156.8; rch. 

Line, 6; conip. ilcave. 

leiTiil licitus, tv. a. i. 22; lecf-, Icevcful 
Wicl. Ltihe 6. 
leave^ A. Sax. leafaf?), fhejUef fides, Kath. 

386; Shoreh, 143; liefo Orm. 16800; 

leve reJ. ant. 1, 131; Man. 247, 14; 

comp. oi-, ileave. 

leafful faithful, luith. 1038; Icfefful La-,. 
10854; Orm. 10242; lefful d. r/en. 
3447. 

leaflldi credible; levelilc ^^6-. 02, 5; comp. 

imleaflich. 
lea veil see lie v en. 
leavieii^ O.H.Germ. louben, leaf (leave); le- 

vi p. I. s. XV, 126; leaved (part.) st. 



gen. 3830; leved Will. 22; LinrjI. b 15, 
05. 

leche^ leclien see l^eche, Icbchen. 

lechci'ie^ O.Fr. lecherie, lecherg, d. gen. 
3510; p. I. s. IX, 140; ayenh. 0. 

lecherous lecherous, ayenh. 111. 

leelioiir^ 0. Fr, lecheour, lecher, treat. 133; 
leckurea (pi.) hom. 2, 20. 

leil see lead. 

leil, ledo see leod. 

Iciliire see liladdre. ^ 

leediii^ M.U.Gcrm.. keten, from lead, ^'■plum- 
bare', prompd. 202; ileaded (part.) a. r. 
418. 

led en see Iseden. 

leileiie^ A.Sff.r. leden-, Ijdon, lidden, lingua, 
serm'j, c. I. 32; ledene, lednc Lungl. b 
12, 253; leddcn a. p. 1, 877; mir. pi. 
0; ledene (d:(t.) Jl/rh. 23, 6; ledene, 
leodene a. r. 136 ^' 170; ledne, lidne 
Vhaae. V. t. 10740. 

lee^ Fr. ligiie. It. lega? Ija: lee of tlirede 
'^(igaturd", prompt. 201 .