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    King Jame's Dictionary!
    King James Bible: Now in Fifth Century!
    King James Dictionary: AD 1550;
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    ABATE

      to shorten, to cast down, to blunt

    ABATEMENT

      diminution

    ABHOR

      protest; disgust


    ABIDE

      to sojourn to expiate


    ABRIDGEMENT

      a short play


    ABROOK

      to brook, abide


    ABSEY-BOOK

      a primer


    ABSOLUTE

      positive, certain Complete


    ABUSE

      to deceive,deception


    ABY

      to expiate a fault


    ABYSM

      abyss

      ACCITE to cite, summon

      ACKNOWN 'to be acknown' is to acknowledge

      ACQUITTANCE a receipt or discharge

      ACTURE action

      ADDITION title, attribute

      ADDRESS to prepare oneself

      ADDRESSED prepared

      ADVANCE to prefer, promote to honour

      ADVERTISEMENT admonition

      ADVERTISING attentive

      ADVICE consideration, discretion

      ADVISE to consider, reflect

      ADVISED considerate

      ADVOCATION pleading, advocacy

      AFEARED afraid

      AFFECT to love

      AFFY to affiance To trust

      AFRONT in front

      AGAZED looking in amazement

      AGLET-BABY the small figure engraved on a jewel

      AGNISE to acknowledge, confess

      A-GOOD a good deal, plenteously

      A-HOLD a sea-term

      AIERIE the nest of a bird of prey

      AIM a guess

      ALDER-LIEFEST most loved of all

      ALE alehouse

      ALLOW to approve

      ALLOWANCE approval

      AMES-ACE two aces, the lowest throw of the dice

      AMORT dead, dejected

      AN if

      ANCHOR an anchorite, hermit

      ANCIENT an ensign-bearer

      ANGEL a coin, so called because it bore the image of an angel

      ANIGHT by night

      ANSWER retaliation

      ANTHROPOPHAGINIAN a cannibal

      ANTICK the fool in the old plays

      ANTRE a cave

      APPARENT heir-apparent

      APPEAL accusation,to accuse

      APPLE-JOHN a kind of apple

      APPOINTMENT preparation

      APPREHENSION opinion

      APPREHENSIVE apt to apprehend or understand

      APPROBATION probation

      APPROOF approbation, proof

      APPROVE to prove To justify, make good

      APPROVER one who proves or tries

      ARCH chief

      ARGAL a ridiculous word intended for the Latin ergo

      ARGENTINE silver

      ARGIER Algiers

      ARGOSY originally a vessel of Ragusa or Ragosa, a Ragosine; hence any ship of burden

      ARGUMENT subject

      ARMIGERO a mistake for Armiger, the Latin for Esquire

      AROINT found only in the imperative mood, get thee gone

      A-ROW in a row

      ARTICULATE to enter into articles of agreement to exhibit in articles

      ASPECT regard, looks

      ASPERSION sprinkling; hence blessing, because before the Reformation benediction was generally accompanied by the sprinkling of holy water

      ASSAY to attempt, test, make proof of

      ASSINEGO an ass

      ASSUBJUGATE to subjugate

      ASSURANCE deed of assurance

      ASSURED betrothed

      ATOMY an atom Used in contempt of a small person

      ATONE to put people at one, to reconcile to agree

      ATTACH to seize, lay hold on

      ATTASKED taken to task, reprehended

      ATTENT attentive

      ATTORNEY to employ as an agent To perform by an agent

      AUDACIOUS spirited, daring, but without any note of blame attached to it

      AUGUR augury

      AUTHENTIC clothed with authority

      AVE the Latin for hail; hence acclamation

      AVE-MARY the angelic salutation addressed to the Blessed Virgin Mary

      AVERRING confirming

      AVOID get rid of

      AWFUL worshipful

      AWKWARD contrary

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    BACCARE

      keep back

    BACKWARD

      the hinder part; hence, when applied to time, the past

    BAFFLE

      embarrass

    BALKED

      heaped, as on a ridge

    BALLOW

      a cudgel

      BALM the oil of consecration

      BAN to curse

      BANK to sail by the banks

      BARM yeast

      BARN a child

      BARNACLE a shellfish, supposed to produce the sea-bird of the same name

      BASE a game, sometimes called Prisoners' base

      BASES an embroidered mantle worn by knights on horseback, and reaching from the middle to below the knees

      BASILISK a kind of ordnance

      BASTA enough

      BATE to flutteras a hawk,abate

      BAT-FOWLING catching birds with a clap-net by night

      BATLET a small bat, used for beating clothes

      BATTLE army

      BAVIN used as an a piece of waste wood, applied contemptuously to anything worthless

      BAWCOCK a fine fellow

      BAWD procurer

      BAY the space between the main timbers of the roof

      BEADSMAN one who bids bedes, that is, prays prayers for another

      BEARING-CLOTH a rich cloth in which children were wrapt at their christening

      BEAT to flutter as a falcon, to meditate, consider earnestly

      BEAVER the lower part of a helmet

      BEETLE a mallet

      BEING dwelling, inasmuch as

      BE-METE to measure

      BE-MOILED daubed with dirt

      BENDING stooping under a weight

      BENVENUTO welcome (Italian)

      BERGOMASK a rustic dance

      BESHREW evil befal

      BESTRAUGHT distraught, distracted

      BETEEM to pour out

      BETID happened

      BEZONIAN a beggarly fellow

      BIDING abiding-place

      BIGGEN a night-cap

      BILBERRY the whortleberry

      BILBO a sword, from Bilboa, a town in Spain where they were made

      BILBOES fetters or stocks

      BILL a bill-hook, a weapon

      BIN been, are

      BIRD-BOLT a bolt to be shot from a crossbow at birds

      BISSON blind

      BLANK the white mark in the middle of a target; hence, metaphorically, that which is aimed at

      BLENCH to start aside, flinch

      BLENT blended

      BLOOD-BOLTERED smeared with blood

      BLOW to inflate

      BOARD to make advances to; accost

      BOB a blow, sarcasm

      BODGE to botch, bungle

      BODIKIN a corrupt word used as an oath. 'Od's Bodikin,' God's little Body

      BOITIER VERT green box

      BOLD to embolden

      BOLLEN swollen

      BOLTED sifted, refined

      BOLTER a sieve

      BOLTING-HUTCH a hutch in which meal was sifted

      BOMBARD a barrel, a drunkard

      BOMBAST padding

      BONA-ROBA a harlot

      BOOK a paper of conditions

      BOOT to help, to avail

      BOOTLESS without boot or advantage, useless

      BORE calibre of a gun; hence, metaph. size, weight, importance

      BOSKY covered with underwood

      BOSOM wish, heart's desire

      BOTS worms which infest horses

      BOURN a boundary A brook

      BRACE armour for the arm, state of defence

      BRACH a hound bitch

      BRAID deceitful

      BRAVE handsome, well-dressed

      BRAVERY finery Boastfulness

      BRAWL a kind of dance

      BREAST voice

      BREATHING exercising

      BREECHING liable to be whipt

      BREED-BATE a breeder of quarrels

      BREESE the gadfly

      BRIBE-BUCK a buck given away in presents

      BRING to attend one on a journey

      BROCK a badger, a term of contempt

      BROKE to act as a procurer

      BROKEN having lost some teeth by age

      BROKEN MUSIC the music of stringed instruments

      BROKER an agent

      BROTHERHOOD trading company

      BRUIT noise, report, rumour

      BRUSH rude assault

      BUCK suds or lye for washing clothes in

      BUCK-BASKET the basket in which clothes are carried to the wash

      BUCKING washing

      BUCK-WASHING washing in lye

      BUG a bugbear, a spectre

      BULLY-ROOK a bragging cheater

      BURGONET a kind of helmet

      BURST to break

      BUSKY bushy

      BUTT-SHAFT a light arrow for shooting at a target

      BUXOM obedient

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    CADE

      a cask or barrel

    CAGE

      a prison

    CAIN-COLOURED

      red (applied to hair)

    CAITIFF

      a captive, a slave; hence, a witch

    CALCULATE

      prophesy

      CALIVER a hand-gun

      CALLET a trull

      CALLING appellation

      CALM qualm

      CAN to know, be skillful in

      CANAKIN a little can

      CANARY a wine brought from the Canary Islands

      CANDLE-WASTERS persons who sit up all night to drink

      CANKER a caterpillar

      CANSTICK a candlestick

      CANTLE a slice, corner

      CANTON a canto

      CANVAS to sift: hence, metaphorically, to prove

      CAPITULATE make a combined force

      CAPOCCHIA a simpleton

      CAPRICIO caprice

      CAPRICIOUS lascivious

      CAPTIOUS capacious

      CARACK a large ship of burden

      CARBONADO meat scotched for broiling

      CARD

      the taper on which the points of the compass are marked under the mariner's needle

      CAREIRE the curvetting of a horse

      CARKANET a necklace

      CARL a churl

      CARLOT a churl

      CASTILIAN a native of Castile

      CASTILIANO VULGO to use discreet language

      CATAIAN a native of Cathay

      CATLING cat-gut

      CAUTEL deceit

      CAUTELOUS insidious

      CAVALERO a cavalier, gentleman

      CAVIARE the roe of sturgeon pickled; metaph. a delicacy not appreciated by the vulgar

      CEASE put off, made to cease

      CENSURE to judge, criticise

      CEREMONY a ceremonial vestment, religious rite, or anything ceremonial

      CERTES certainly

      CESS rate, reckoning

      CHACE a term at tennis

      CHAMBER a species of great gun

      CHAMBERER an effeminate man

      CHANSON a song

      CHARACT affected quality

      CHARACTER a letter, handwriting, to carve or engrave

      CHARACTERY handwriting That which is written

      CHARE a turn of work

      CHARGE-HOUSE a free-school

      CHARLES' WAIN the constellation called also Ursa Major, or the Great Bear

      CHARNECO a species of sweet wine

      CHAUDRON entrails

      CHEATER for escheator, an officer who collected the fines to be paid into the Exchequer A decoy

      CHEQUE a technical term in falconry; when a falcon flies at a bird which is not her proper game she is said to cheque at it

      CHEER fortune

      CHERRY-PIT a game played with cherrystones

      CHEVERIL kid leather

      CHEWIT cough

      CHILDING pregnant

      CH'ILL vulgar for 'I will.'

      CHIRURGEONLY in a manner becoming a surgeon

      CHOPIN a high shoe or clog

      CHRISTOM clothed with a chrisom, the white garment which used to be put on newly-baptized children

      CHUCK chicken, a term of endearment

      CHUFF a coarse blunt clown

      CINQUE PACE a kind of dance

      CIPHER to decipher

      CIRCUMSTANCE an argument

      CITAL recital

      CITE to incite

      CITTERN a guitar

      CLACK-DISH a beggar's dish

      CLAP I' THE CLOUT to shoot an arrow into the bull's eye of the target

      CLAW to flatter

      CLEPE to call

      CLIFF clef, the key in music

      CLING to starve

      CLINQUANT glittering

      CLIP to embrace, enclose

      CLOUT the mark in the middle of a target

      COAST to advance

      COBLOAF a big loaf

      COCK a cockboat

      COCK-AND-PIE an oath

      COCKNEY a cook

      COCK-SHUT-TIME the twilight, when cocks and hens go to roost

      COG to cheat, dissemble

      COGNIZANCE badge, token

      COIGN projecting corner stone

      COIL tumult, turmoil

      COLLECTION drawing a conclusion

      COLLIED blackened. Othello;

      COLOUR pretence

      COLOURABLE specious

      COLT to defraud, befool

      CO-MART a joint bargain

      COMBINATE betrothed

      COMBINE to bind

      COMMODITY interest, profit

      COMMONTY used ludicrously for comedy

      COMPACT compacted, composed

      COMPARATIVE drawing comparisons

      COMPETITOR one who seeks the same thing, an associate in any object

      COMPLEMENT accomplishment

      COMPLEXION passion

      COMPOSE to agree

      COMPTIBLE tractable

      CON to learn by heart, to deceive

      CONCEIT conception, opinion, fancy

      CONCUPY concubine

      CONDITION temper, quality

      CONDOLEMENT grief

      CONDUCT escort

      CONFECT to make up into sweetmeats

      CONFOUND to consume, destroy Coriolanus;

      CONSIGN to sign a common bond

      CONSORT to accompany

      CONSTANCY consistency

      CONSTANT settled, determined

      CONSTER to construe

      CONTINUATE uninterrupted

      CONTRACTION the marriage contract

      CONTRARY to oppose

      CONTRIVE to conspire to wear away

      CONVENT to convene

      CONVERT to change

      CONVERTITE a convert

      CONVEY to manage

      CONVEYANCE theft, fraud

      CONVINCE to conquer, subdue

      CONVIVE to feast together

      CONVOY escort

      CONY-CATCH to cheat

      CONY-CATCHING poaching, pilfering

      COOLING CARD used metaphorically for an insurmountable obstacle

      COPATAIN HAT a high-crowned hat

      COPE to reward, to give in return

      COPY theme

      CORAGIO courage

      CORANTO lively dance

      CORINTH a brothel

      CORINTHIAN a wencher

      CORKY dry like cork

      CORNUTO a cuckold

      COROLLARY a surplus

      OF THE FIELD an aide-de-camp

      CORRIVAL rival

      COSTARD the head

      COSTER-MONGER peddling, mercenary

      COTE a cottage or to quote or to overtake

      COT-QUEAN an effeminate man, molly-coddle

      COUNT CONFECT a nobleman composed of affectation

      COUNTERFEIT portrait A piece of base coin

      COUNTERPOINT a counterpane

      COUNTERVAIL to counterpoise, outweigh

      COUPLEMENT union

      COURT HOLY-WATER flattery

      COVENT a convent

      COVER to lay the table for dinner

      COWISH cowardly

      COWL-STAFF the staff on which a vessel is supported between two men

      COX MY PASSION an oath, a euphemism for 'God's Passion.'

      COY to stroke, fondle to condescend with difficulty

      COYSTRIL a kestrel, a hawk

      COZEN to cheat

      COZENAGE cheating

      COZENER a cheater

      COZIER a tailor

      CRACK to boast or a loud noise

      CRACKER boaster

      CRACK-HEMP a gallows-bird

      CRANK a winding passage

      CRANKING winding

      CRANTS garlands. A doubtful word

      CRARE a ship of burden

      CRAVEN a dunghill cock

      CREATE formed, compounded

      CREDENT creditable

      CREDIT report

      CRESCIVE increasing

      CRESTLESS not entitled to bear arms, lowborn

      CRISP curled, winding

      CROSS a piece of money, so called because the coin was formerly stamped with a cross

      CROW-KEEPER one who scares crows

      CROWNER a coroner

      CROWNET a coronet

      CRY the yelping of hounds A pack of hounds

      CRY AIM to encourage

      CUE the last words of an actor's speech, which is the signal for the next actor to begin

      CUISSES pieces of armour to cover the thighs

      CULLION a base fellow

      CUNNING skill

      CUNNING skilful

      CURB to bend, truckle

      CURRENTS occurrences

      CURSTNESS shrewishness

      CURTAL a docked horse

      CURTAL-AXE a cutlass

      CUSTALORUM a ludicrous mistake for Custos Rotulorum

      CUSTARD-COFFIN the crust of a custard-pudding

      CUSTOMER a common woman

      CUT a cheat 'To draw cuts' is to draw lots

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    DAFF

      to befool, to put off, to doff

    DAMN

      to condemn

    DANGER

      reach, control, power

    DANSKER

      a Dane

    DARE

      to challenge

      DARKLING in the dark

      DARRAIGN to set in array

      DAUB to disguise

      DAUBERY imposition

      DAY-WOMAN a dairy-maid

      DEARN lonely

      DEBOSHED debauched, drunken

      DECK to bedew

      DECK a pack of cards

      DECLINE to enumerate

      DECLINED fallen

      DEEM doom, judgment

      DEFEAT to undo, destroy

      DEFEATURE disfigurement

      DEFENCE art of fencing

      DEFEND to forbid

      DEFENSIBLE having the power to defend

      DEFTLY dexterously

      DEFY renounce

      DEGREES a step

      DELAY to let slip by delaying

      DEMERIT merit, desert

      DEMURELY solemnly

      DENAY denial

      DENOTEMENT marking Note or manifestation

      DEPEND to be in service

      DERIVED born, descended

      DEROGATE degraded

      DESCANT a variation upon a melody

      DESIGN to draw up articles

      DESPATCH to deprive, bereave

      DESPERATE determined, bold

      DETECT to charge, blame

      DETERMINE to conclude

      DICH optative mood

      DIFFUSED confused

      DIGRESSING transgressing, going out of the right way

      DIG-YOU-GOOD-DEN give you good evening

      DILDO the chorus or burden of a song

      DINT stroke

      DISABLE to disparage

      DISAPPOINTED unprepared

      DISCASE to undress

      DISCONTENT a malcontent

      DISCOURSE power of reasoning

      DISDAINED disdainful

      DISLIMN to disfigure, transform

      DISME a tenth or tithe

      DISPARK to destroy a park

      DISPONGE to squeeze out as from a sponge

      DISPOSE disposal, to conspire

      DISPOSITION maintenance

      DISSEMBLY used ridiculously for assembly

      DISTASTE to corrupt

      DISTEMPERED discontented

      DISTRACTION a detached troop or company of soldiers

      DISTRAUGHT distracted, mad

      DIVERTED turned from the natural course

      DIVISION a phrase or passage in a melody

      DIVULGED published, spoken of

      DOFF to put off

      DOLT a small Dutch coin

      DOLE lamentation

      DON to do on, put on

      DONE 'done to death,' put to death

      DOTANT one who dotes, a dotard

      DOUT to do out, quench

      DOWLAS a kind of coarse sacking

      DOWLE the swirl of a feather

      DOWN-GYVED hanging down like gyves or fetters

      DRAB a harlot

      DRABBING whoring

      DRAUGHT a privy

      DRAWN having his sword drawn

      DRAWN drunk, having taken a good draught

      DRIBBLING weak

      DRIVE to rush impetuously

      DROLLERY a puppet-show

      DRUMBLE to dawdle

      DRY thirsty

      DUDGEON a dagger

      DULL soothing

      DULLARD a dull person

      DUMP complaint

      DUP Lift up

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    EAGER

      sour, harsh

    EANLING

      a yeanling, a lamb

    EAR

      to plough

    ECHE

      to eke out

    EFT

      ready, convenient

      EISEL vinegar

      ELD old age

      EMBOSSED swollen into protuberances

      EMBOWELLED disembowelled, emptied

      EMBRASURE embrace

      EMINENCE exalted station

      EMPERY empire

      EMULATION jealousy, mutiny

      EMULOUS jealous

      ENCAVE to place oneself in a cave

      END 'Still an end,' continually for ever

      ENFEOFF to place in possession

      ENGINE a machine of war

      ENGLUT to swallow speedily

      ENGROSS to make gross or fat

      ENGROSSMENT immoderate acquisition

      ENKINDLE to make keen

      ENMEW to shut up, as a hawk is shut up in a mew

      ENSCONCE to cover as with a fort

      ENSEAMED fat, rank

      ENSHIELD hidden

      ENTREATMENTS interviews, pleas

      EQUIPAGE attendance

      EREWHILE a short time since

      ESCOT to pay a man's reckoning, to maintain

      ESPERANCE hope, used as a war-cry

      ESPIAL a scout or spy

      ESTIMATION conjecture

      ETERNE eternal

      EVEN to equal

      EXAMINE to question

      EXECUTOR an executioner

      EXEMPT excluded

      EXERCISE a religious service

      EXHALE to hale or draw out to draw the sword

      EXHIBITION allowance, pension

      EXIGENT death, ending

      EXION ridiculously used for 'action.'

      EXPECT expectation

      EXPEDIENCE expedition, undertaking haste

      EXPEDIENT expeditious, swift

      EXPIATE completed

      EXPOSTULATE to expound, discuss

      EXPOSTURE exposure

      EXPULSE to expel

      EXSUFFICATE contemptible

      EXTEND to seize

      EXTENT a seizure

      EXTERN outward

      EXTIRP to extirpate

      EXTRACTING distracting

      EXTRAUGHT extracted, descended

      EXTRAVAGANT foreign, wandering

      EYAS a nestling hawk

      EYAS-MUSKET a nestling of the musket or merlin, the smallest species of British hawk

      EYE a glance

      EYE a shade of colour, as in shot silk

      EYNE eyes

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    FACINOROUS

      wicked

    FACT

      guilt

    FACTIOUS

      instant, importunate

    FACULTY

      essential virtue or power

    FADGE

      to suit

      FADING a kind of ending to a song

      FAIN glad

      FAIR beauty

      FAITOR a traitor

      FAll to let fall

      FALLOW fawn-coloured

      FALSING deceptive

      FANCY-FREE single,untouched by love

      FANG to seize in the teeth

      FANTASTIC a fantastical person

      FAP drunk

      FARCED stuffed

      FARDEL a burden

      FARTUOUS used ridiculously for ' virtuous.'

      FAST assuredly, unalterably

      FAT dull

      FAVOUR countenance

      FEAT dexterous, to make fine

      FEATER neatly

      FEATLY nimbly, daintily

      FEATURE beauty

      FEDERARY confederate

      FEEDER agent, servant

      FEE-GRIEF a grief held

      FEERE a companion, husband

      FEHEMENTLY used ridiculously for 'vehemently.'

      FELL the hide

      FENCE art or skill in defence

      FEODARY one who holds an estate by suit or service to a superior lord, one who acts under the direction of another

      FESTER to rankle, grow virulent

      FESTINATELY quickly

      FET fetched

      FICO a fig

      FIELDED in the field of battle

      FIG to insult

      FIGHTS clothes hung round a ship to conceal the men from the enemy

      FILE a list or catalogue or to smooth

      FILL-HORSE shaft-horse

      FILLS the shafts

      FILTH a whore

      FINE end

      FINELESS endless

      FIRAGO ridiculously used for 'Virago.'

      FIRE-DRAKE Will o' the Wisp

      FIRE-NEW with the glitter of novelty on, like newly- forged metal

      FIRK to chastise

      FIT a canto or division of a song or a trick or habit

      FITCHEW a polecat

      FIVES a disease incident to horses

      FLAP-DRAGON raisins in burning brandy

      FLAP-JACK a pan-cake

      FLAT certain

      FLATNESS lowness, depth

      FLAW a gust of wind sudden emotion, or to make a flaw in, to break

      FLECKED spotted, streaked

      FLEET to float To pass away to pass the time

      FLEETING inconstant, swift

      FLESHMENT the act of fleshing the sword, hence the first feat of arms

      FLEWED furnished with hanging lips, as hounds are

      FLIGHT a particular mode of practising archery

      FLIRT-GILL a light woman

      FLOTE wave, sea

      FLOURISH an ornament

      FLUSH fresh, full of vigour

      FOIL defeat, disadvantage

      FOIN to fence, fight

      FOISON plenty

      FOND foolishly affectionate

      FOOT-CLOTH a saddle-cloth hanging down to the ground

      FORBID accursed, outlawed

      FORBODE forbidden

      FORCE to stuff, for 'farce.'

      FORCED falsely attributed

      FORDO to kill, destroy To weary

      FOREIGN obliged to live abroad

      FOREPAST former

      FORESLOW to delay

      FORFEND to forbid

      FORGETIVE inventive

      FORKED horned

      FORSPEAK to speak against

      FORSPENT exhausted, weary

      FORTHRIGHT a straight path

      FORWEARY to weary, exhaust

      FOSSET-SELLER one who sells the pipes inserted into a vessel to give vent to liquor

      FOX a sword

      FOX-SHIP the cunning of the fox

      FRAMPOLD peevish, unquiet

      FRANK the feeding place of swine

      FRANKED confined

      FRANKLIN a freeholder, a small squire

      FRAUGHT freighted

      FRAUGHTAGE freight

      FRAUGHTING to fraught. loading or constituting the cargo of a ship

      FRESH a spring of fresh water

      FRET the stop of a guitar

      FRET to wear away To variegate

      FRIPPERY an old-clothes shop

      FRONT to affront, oppose

      FRONTIER opposition

      FRONTLET that which is worn on the forehead

      FRUSH to break or bruise

      FUB OFF to put off

      FULLAM a loaded die

      FULSOME lustful

      FURNISHED equipped

      FURNITOR furnitory, an herb

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    GABERDINE

      a loose outer coat

    GAD

      a pointed instrument

    GAIN-GIVING

      misgiving

    GAIT

      going, steps

    GALLIARD

      a dance

      GALLIASSE a ship

      GALLIMAUFRY a ridiculous medley

      GALLOW to scare

      GALLOWGLASS the irregular infantry of Ireland and the Highlands of Scotland

      GAMESTER a frolicsome person, a loose woman

      GARBOIL disorder, uproar

      GARISH gaudy, staring

      GARNER to lay by, as corn in a barn

      GAST frightened

      GAUDY festive

      GAZE an object of wonder

      GEAR matter of business of any kind

      GECK a fool

      GENEROSITY noble birth

      GENEROUS noble

      GENTILITY good manners

      GENTLE gentlefolk, noble

      GENTRY complaisance, conduct becoming gentlefolk

      GERMEN seed, embryo

      GEST period

      GIB a he-cat

      GIFTS talents, endowment

      GIGLOT a wanton girl

      GILDER a coin

      GILT money State of wealth

      GIMMAL double

      GIMMOR contrivance

      GING gang

      GIRD to gibe

      GIRD a sarcasm or gibe

      GLEEK to scoff

      GLOSE to comment

      GLUT to swallow

      GNARL to snarl

      GOOD-DEED indeed

      GOOD-DEN good-evening

      GORBELLIED corpulent

      GOURD a game of chance

      GOUT a drop

      GOVERNMENT discretion

      GRAINED engrained

      GRAMERCY grand mercy, much thanks

      GRANGE the farmstead attached to a monastery, a solitary farm-house

      GRATILLITY used ridiculously for 'gratuity.'

      GRATULATE to congratulate

      GRAVE to bury

      GREASILY grossly

      GREEK a bawd

      GREEN immature, fresh, unused

      GREENLY foolishly

      GREET to weep

      GRIZE a step

      GROSSLY palpably

      GROUNDLING one who sits in the pit of a theatre

      GROWING accruing

      GUARD to decorate

      GUARDAGE guardianship

      GUINEA-HEN the pintado

      GULES red, a term in heraldry

      GULF the throat

      GUN-STONE a cannon ball

      GUST taste, relish

      GYVE to fetter

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    HACK

      to become common

    HAGGARD

      a wild or unreclaimed hawk

    HAG-SEED

      seed or offspring of a hag

    HAIR

      course, order, grain

    HALIDOM

      holiness, sanctification, Christian fellowship

      HALL an open space to dance in

      HALLOWMAS All Hallows' Day

      HAP chance, fortune

      HAPPILY accidentally

      HARDIMENT defiance, brave deeds

      HARLOCK charlock, wild mustard

      HARRY to annoy, harass

      HAUNT company

      HAVING property, fortune

      HAVIOUR behavior

      HAY a term in fencing

      HEADY violent, headlong

      HEBENON henbane

      HEFT furnished with a handle: hence, metaphorically, finished off

      HELM to steer, manage

      HENCE henceforward

      HENCHMAN a page or attendant

      HENT to seize, take

      HERMIT a beadsman, one bound to pray for another

      HEST command

      HIGHT called

      HILD held

      HILDING a paltry fellow

      HINT suggestion

      HIREN a prostitute

      HIT to agree

      HOISE to hoist, heave up on high

      HOLP to help

      HOME to the utmost

      HONEST chaste

      HONESTY chastity

      HONEY-STALKS the red clover

      HOODMAN-BLIND the game now called blindman's-buff

      HORN-MAD brain-mad

      HOROLOGE a clock

      HOT-HOUSE a brothel

      HOX to hamstring

      HUGGER-MUGGER secrecy

      HULL to drift on the sea like a wrecked ship

      HUMOROUS fitful, or, perhaps, hurried

      HUNT-COUNTER to follow the scent the wrong way

      HUNTS-UP a holla used in hunting when the game was on foot

      HURLY noise, confusion

      HURTLE to clash

      HURTLING noise, confusion

      HUSBANDRY frugality Management

      HUSWIFE a jilt

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    ICE-BROOK

      an icy-cold brook

    I'FECKS

      a euphemism in faith

    IMAGE

      representation

      IMBARE to bare, lay open

      IMMEDIACY close connexion

      IMMOMENT unimportant

      IMP to graft. to splice a falcon's broken feathers

      IMP a scion, a child

      IMPAWN to stake, compromise

      IMPEACH to bring into question

      IMPERCEIVERANT perception

      IMPETICOS to pocket

      IMPORTANCE importunity

      IMPORTANT importunate

      IMPORTING significant

      IMPOSE imposition, meaning command or task imposed upon any one

      IMPOSITIONS command

      IMPRESE a device with a motto

      IMPRESS to compel to serve

      INCAPABLE unconscious

      INCARNARDINE to dye red

      INCENSED incited, egged on

      INCH-MEAL by inch-meal, by portions of inches

      INCLINING compliant

      INCLIP to embrace

      INCLUDE conclude

      INCONY fine, delicate

      INCORRECT ill-regulated

      INDENT to compound or bargain

      INDEX a preface

      INDIFFERENT ordinary

      INDIGEST disordered

      INDITE to invite, to convict

      INDUCTION introduction, beginning

      INDURANCE delay

      INGRAFT to engraff, engrafted

      INHERIT to possess

      INHOOPED penned up in hoops

      INKHORN-MATE a contemptuous term for a man of learning

      INKLE narrow tape

      INLAND civilized, well-educated

      INLY inward

      INLY inwardly

      INQUISITION enquiry

      INSCONCE to arm, fortify

      INSTANCE example, information, reason, proof

      INTENDING regarding

      INTENDMENT intention

      INTENTIVELY attentively

      INTERESSED allied

      INTERMISSION pause, delay

      INTRENCHMENT not capable of being cut

      INTRINSE intricate

      INTRINSICATE intricate

      INVENTION imagination

      INWARD an intimate friend

      INWARDNESS intimacy

      IRREGULOUS lawless, licentious

      ITERATION reiteration

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    JACK

      a mean fellow

    JACK-A-LENT

      a puppet thrown at in Lent

    JACK GUARDANT

      a jack in office

    JADE

      to whip, to treat with contempt

    JAR

      the ticking of a clock

      JAUNCE to prance

      JESS a strap of leather attached to the talons of a hawk, by which it is held on the fist

      JEST to tilt in a tournament

      JET to strut

      JOURNAL daily

      JOVIAL merrily, appertaining to Jove

      JUDICIOUS critical

      JUMP to agree to hazard

      JUSTICER a judge, magistrate

      JUT to encroach

      JUTTY a projection, to jut out beyond

      JUVENAL youth, young man

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    KAM

      crooked

    KECKSY

      hemlock

    KEECH

      a lump of tallow

    KEEL

      to skin

    KEEP

      to restrain

      KEISAR Caesar, Emperor

      KERN the foot soldiers of the Irish

      KIBE a chilblain

      KICKSHAW a made dish

      KICKSY WICKSY a wife, used in disdain

      KILN-HOLE the ash-hole under a kiln

      KINDLE to bring forth young - used only of beasts

      KINDLESS unnatural

      KINDLY natural

      KIRTLE a gown

      KNAP to snap, crack

      KNAVE a boy, a serving-man

      KNOT a figure in garden beds

      KNOW to acknowledge

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    LABRAS

      lips

    LACED-MUTTON

      a courtesan

    LAG

      the lowest of the people

    LAKIN

      ladykin, little lady, an endearing term applied to the Virgin Mary in the oath, 'By our lakin.'

    LAND-DAMN

      to kill by stopping the urine

      LAPSED taken, apprehended

      LARGE licentious, free

      LARGESS a present

      LASS-LORN deserted by a mistress

      LATCH to smear, to catch

      LATED belated

      LATTEN made of brass

      LAUND lawn

      LAVOLTA a dance

      LAY wager

      LEAGUE besieging army

      LEASING lying

      LEATHER-COATS a kind of apple

      LEECH a physician

      LEER countenance, complexion

      LEET a manor court

      LEGE to allege

      LEGERITY lightness

      LEIGER an ambassador resident abroad

      LEMAN a lover or mistress

      LENTEN meagren - that which may be eaten in Lent

      L'ENVOY the farewell or moral at the end of a tale or poem

      LET to hinder to binder

      LETHE death

      LEVEL to aim

      LEWD ignorant, foolish, rude

      LEWDLY wickedly

      LEWDSTER a lewd person

      LIBBARD a leopard

      LIBERAL licentious

      LIBERTY libertinism

      LIEF dear

      LIFTER a thief

      LIGHT O' LOVE a tune

      LIGHTLY easily, generally

      LIKE to liken, compare, to please

      LIKELIHOOD promise, appearance

      LIKING condition

      LIMBECK a still

      LIMBO or Limbo patrum, the place where good men under the Old Testament were believed to be imprisoned till released by Christ after his crucifixion

      LIME to entangle as with bird-lime To smear with bird-lime To mix lime with beer or other liquor

      LIMN to draw

      LINE to cover on the inside To strengthen by inner works

      LINSTOCK a staff with a match at the end of it used by gunners in firing cannon

      LIST a margin - a bound or enclosure

      LITHER lazy

      LIVERY a law phrase, signifying the act of delivering a freehold into the possession of the heir or purchaser - uniform

      LIVING lively, convincing

      LOACH a fish so called

      LOCKRAM coarse linen

      LODE-STAR the leading-star, pole-star

      LOFFE to laugh

      LOGGATS the game called nine-pins

      LONGLY longingly

      LOOF to lull, bring a vessel up to the wind

      LOON a low contemptible fellow

      LOT a prize in a lottery

      LOTTERY that which falls to a man by lot

      LOWT a clown

      LOWT to treat one as a lowt, with contempt

      LOZEL a spendthrift

      LUBBER a leopard

      LUCE a fresh-water fish

      LUMPISH duff, dejected

      LUNES fits of lunacy

      LURCH to defeat, to win, to shift

      LURE a thing stuffed to resemble a bird with which the falconer lures a hawk

      LUSH juicy, luxuriant

      LUSTIG lusty, cheerful

      LUXURIOUS lascivious

      LUXURY lust

      LYM a limer or slow hound

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    MADE

      having his fortune made

    MAGNIFICO

      the chief magistrate at Venice

    MAGOT-PIE

      a magpie

    MAIL

      covered as with a coat of mail

    MAIN-COURSE

      a sea-term

      MAKE to do up, bar To do

      MALKIN a familiar name for Mary hence a servant wench

      MALLECHO mischief

      MAMMERING hesitating

      MAMMETS a woman's breasts, a doll

      MAMMOCK to break, tear

      MAN to tame a hawk

      MANDRAGORA mandrake a plant of soporiferous quality, supposed to resemble a man

      MARCHES frontiers, borders

      MARCHPANE a kind of sweet biscuit

      MARGENT margin

      MARRY TRAP an oath

      MARTLEMAS the Feast of St. Martin, which occurs on the 11th of Nov. when the fine weather generally ends; hence applied to an old man

      MATCH an appointment

      MATE to confound, dismay

      MEACOCK tame, cowardly

      MEALED mingled

      MEAN instrument used to promote an end

      MEASURE A stately dance

      MEAZEL a leper, spoken in contempt of a mean person

      MEDAL a portrait in a locket

      MEDICINE a physician

      MEED reward, hire Merit

      MEHERCLE by Hercules

      MEINY retinue

      MELL to mix, to meddle

      MEPHISTOPHILUS the name of a familiar spirit

      MERCATANTE a foreign trader

      MESS a company of four

      METAPHYSICAL supernatural

      METE-YARD measuring-wand

      MEW UP to confine

      MICHER a truant

      MICKLE much

      MILL-SIXPENCE a milled sixpence

      MINCE to do any thing affectedly

      MINCING affected

      MISCREATE illegitimate

      MISDOUBT to suspect

      MISERY avarice

      MISPRISE to despise To mistake

      MISPRISION mistake

      MISSIVE messenger

      MISTEMPERED angry

      MISTHINK to think ill of

      MISTRESS the jack in bowling

      MOBLED muffled

      MODERN commonplace

      MODULE a model, image

      MOE and more, of frequent occurrence

      MOIETY a portion

      MOME a stupid person

      MOMENTANY momentary

      MONTHS-MIND a monthly commemoration of the dead, but used ludicrously to mean a great mind or strong desire

      MOOD anger

      MOON-CALF a nick-name applied to Caliban

      MOONISH inconstant

      MOP nod

      MORISCO a Moor

      MORT death, applied to animals of the chase

      MORT-DU-VINAIGRE a ridiculous oath

      MORTAL fatal, deadly, murderous

      MORTIFIED ascetic

      MOSE disease in a horse

      MOTION solicitation, emotion, a puppet

      MOTIVE one who moves

      MOTLEY or the many-coloured coat of a fool, or a fool

      MOTLEY-MINDED foolish

      MOUSE-HUNT a weasel

      MOW to make grimaces

      MOY a coin

      MUCH significant of contempt, used ironically

      MURE a wall

      MUST a scramble

      MUTINE a mutineer

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    NAPKIN

      a handkerchief

    NATURAL

      an idiot

    NAYWARD

      towards denial

    NAYWORD

      a catch-word, by-word

    NEB

      the beak

      NEELD a needle

      NEIF hand

      NEPHEW a grandson

      NETHER-STOCKS stockings

      NEXT nearest

      NICE foolish

      NICK score or reckoning, to brand with folly

      NIGHTED black as night

      NIGHT-RULE nightly solemnity

      NINE MEN'S MORRIS a place set apart for a Morris dance by nine men

      NINNY a fool, jester

      NOBILITY nobleness

      NOBLE a coin

      NODDY a dolt

      NOOK-SHOTTEN indented with bays and creeks

      NOURISH a nurse

      NOVUM a game at dice

      NOWL head

      NUTHOOK a hook for pulling down nuts, hence a thief

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    "O"

      a circle

    OAR

      to row as with oars

    OBSEQUIOUS

      behaving as becomes one who attends funeral obsequies

    OBSEQUIOUSLY

      funereally

    OBSTACLE

      ridiculously used for 'obstinate.'

      OCCURENT an incident

      OD'S BODY Oath

      OD'S HEARTLINGS Oath

      OD'S PITTIKINS oath

      OD'S PLESSED WILL oath'

      OEILLIAD an amorous glance

      O'ERPARTED having too important a part to act

      O'ER-RAUGHT overreached overtasked

      OFFERING challenging

      OFFICE benefit, kindness use, function

      OLD great, fine, or pretty

      ONCE some time

      ONEYER a banker

      OPE open

      OPERANT active

      OPINIONED used ridiculously for pinioned

      OPPOSITE adversary

      ORDER measures

      ORDINANCE rank, order

      ORGULOUS proud

      ORT leaving, refuse

      OSTENT show, appearance

      OSTENTATION show, appearance

      OUNCE a beast of prey of the tiger kind

      OUPHE a fairy

      OUSEL-COCK the blackbird

      OUT all out, fully

      OUT-LOOK to face down

      OUTWARD outside

      OWE to own

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    PACK

      a number of people confederated

    PADDOCK

      a toad

    PAID

      punished

    PALABRAS

      words

    PALE

      to enclose

      PALL to wrap

      PALLED impaired

      PALMER one who bears a palm-branch, in token of having made a pilgrimage to Palestine

      PALMY victorious

      PARCELLED belonging to individuals

      PARD the leopard

      PARLE talk

      PARLOUS perilous keen, shrewd

      PARTED endowed, gifted

      PARTIZAN a pike

      PASH to strike violently, to bruise, crush

      PASS to practise To surpass expectation

      PASSANT a term of heraldry, applied to animals represented on the shield as passing by at a trot

      PASSING surpassingly, exceedingly

      PASSIONATE to suffer, to have feelings

      PASSY-MEASURE a kind of dance

      PASTRY the room where pastry was made

      PATCH a mean fellow

      PATCHED dressed in motley

      PATCHERY trickery

      PATH to walk

      PATHETICAL affected, hypocritical

      PATIENT to make patient, to compose

      PATINE the metal disc on which the bread is placed in the administration of the Eucharist

      PATTERN to give an example

      PAUCA VERBA few words

      PAUCAS few

      PAVIN a dance

      PAX a small image of Christ

      PAY to despatch

      PEAT a term of endearment for a child

      PEDASCULE a pedant, schoolmaster

      PEER to peep out

      PEIZE to balance, weigh down

      PELTING paltry

      PERDU lost

      PERDURABLE durable

      PERDY a euphemism for Par Dieu

      PERIAPTS charms worn round the neck

      PERJURE a perjured person

      PERSEVER to persevere

      PERSPECTIVE a telescope, or some sort of optical glass

      PEW-FELLOW a comrade

      PHEEZE to comb, fleece, curry

      PIA-MATER the membrane covering the brain, the brain itself

      PICK to pitch, throw

      PICKED chosen, selected

      PICKERS thieves, the fingers, used ridiculously

      PICKING insignificant

      PICKT-HATCH a place noted for brothels

      PIED motley-coated, wearing the motley coat of a jester

      PIELED shaven

      PLIGHT pitched

      PILCHER a scabbard

      PILL to pillage

      PIN a malady of the eye The centre of a target

      PINFOLD a pound, a place to confine lost cattle

      PIONED digged

      PLACKET a petticoat-front

      PLAITED intricate

      PLANCHED made of boards

      PLANTATION colonizing, planting a colony

      PLAUSIVE plausible

      PLEACHED interwoven

      POINT a lace furnished with a tag by which the breeches were held up

      POINT-DE-VICE faultless

      POLLED bare

      POMANDER a perfumed ball

      POMEWATER a kind of apple

      POOR-JOHN a herring

      POPINJAY a parrot

      PORT pomp, state

      PORT a gate

      PORTABLE bearable

      PORTANCE conduct, behavior

      POSSESS to inform

      POTCH to push violently

      POTENT a potentate

      POUNCET-BOX a box for holding perfumes

      POWER forces, army

      PRACTISE wicked stratagem

      PRACTISANT a confederate

      PRANK to dress up

      PRECEPT a justice's summons

      PRECIOUSLY in business of great importance

      PRENOMINATE to name beforehand, to prophesy

      PRE-ORDINANCE old-established law

      PRESENCE the presence-chamber

      PREST ready

      PRETENCE design

      PRETEND to portend

      PREVENT to anticipate

      PRICK the mark denoting the hour on a dial, to incite To choose by pricking a hole with a pin opposite the name

      PRICK-SONG music sung in parts by note

      PRICKET a stag of two years

      PRIDE heat

      PRIG to steal

      PRIME rank, lecherous

      PRIMER more-important

      PRIMERO a game at cards

      PRINCIPALITY that which holds the highest place

      PRINCOX a coxcomb

      PRISER a prize-fighter

      PROCURE to bring

      PROGRESS a royal ceremonial journey

      PROJECT to shape or contrive

      PROMPTURE suggestion

      PRONE ready, willing

      PROOF strength of manhood

      PROPAGATE to advance, to forward

      PROPAGATION obtaining

      PROPER-FALSE natural falsehood

      PROPERTIED endowed with the properties of

      PROPERTIES scenes, dresses,used in a theatre

      PROPERTY to take possession of

      PROPOSE to suppose, for the sake of argument To converse

      PROROGUE to defer

      PROVAND provender

      PROVISION forecast

      PUCELLE a virgin, the name given to Joan of Arc

      PUDENCY modesty

      PUGGING thieving

      PUN to pound

      PURCHASE to acquire, win

      PURCHASE gain, winnings

      PUT to compel

      PUTTER-ON an instigator

      PUTTER-OUT one who lends money at interest

      PUTTING-ON instigation

      PUTTOCK a kite

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    QUAIL

      to faint,languid

    QUAINT

      curiously beautiful

    QUAKE

      to cause to tremble

    QUALIFY

      to moderate

    QUALITY

      those of the same nature Rank or condition

      QUARREL a suit, cause

      QUARRY game, a heap of game

      QUART D'ECU a quarter crown

      QUARTER the post allotted to a soldier

      QUAT a pimple; used in contempt of a person

      QUEASY squeamish, unsettled

      QUELL murder

      QUENCH to grow cool

      QUERN a hand-mill

      QUEST enquiry, search, inquest, jury

      QUESTRIST one who goes in search of another

      QUICK so far gone in pregnancy that the child is alive

      QUICKEN to come to life

      QUIDDIT a subtle question

      QUILLET a subtle case in law

      QUINTAIN a post for tilting

      QUIP sharp jest, a taunt

      QUIRE to sing in concert

      QUIT to requite, respond

      QUITANCE requital

      QUIVER active

      QUOTE to note

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    RABATO

      a ruff

    RABBIT-SUCKER

      a weasel

    RACE

      breed; inherited nature

    RACK

      wreck

    RACK

      to enhance the price of anything

      RAG a term of contempt applied to persons

      RAKE to cover

      RAPT transported with emotion

      RAPTURE a fit

      RASCAL a lean deer

      RASH quick, violent

      RATE opinion, judgment, to assign, to value, to scold

      RATOLORUM a ludicrous mistake

      RAUGHT past tense of reach

      RAVIN ravenous, to devour

      RAWLY inadequately

      RAWNESS unprovided state

      RAYED arrayed, served

      RAZED slashed

      REAR-MOUSE the bat

      REBATE to deprive of keenness

      REBECK a three-stringed fiddle

      RECEIPT money received

      RECEIVING capacity

      RECHEAT a point of the chase to call back the hounds

      RECORD to sing

      RECORDER a flute

      RECURE to cure, recover

      RED-LATTICE suitable to an ale-house, because ale-houses had commonly red lattices

      REDUCE to bring back

      REECHY smoky, dirty

      REFELL to refute

      REFER to reserve to

      REGIMENT government

      REGREET a salutation

      REGUERDON requital

      RELATIVE applicable

      REMORSE pity

      REMORSEFUL full of pity, compassionate

      REMOTION removal

      REMOVED sequestered, remote

      RENDER account

      RENEGE to renounce, to deny

      REPAIR to renovate, comfort

      REPEAL to reverse the sentence of exile

      REPROOF confutation

      REPUGN to resist

      REQUIEM mass for the dead, so called because it begins with the words "Requiem eternam..."

      RESOLVE to satisfy

      RESPECT consideration

      RESPECTIVE respectful, thoughtful, corresponding

      RESPECTIVELY respectfully

      RETAILED handed down

      RETIRE retreat

      REVERB to echo

      REVOLT a rebel

      RIB to enclose as within ribs

      RID to destroy

      RIFT split

      RIGGISH wanton

      RIGOL a circle

      RIPE drunk

      RIVAGE the shore

      RIVALITY equal rank

      RIVE to fire

      ROAD the high road, applied to a common woman

      ROISTING roistering, violent

      ROMAGE unusual stir

      RONVON a term of contempt applied to a woman

      ROOD the crucifix

      ROOK a cheater

      ROPERY roguery

      ROPE-TRICKS tricks such as are played by a rope-dancer

      ROUND to whisper, to become great with child, to finish off, a diadem, unceremonious

      ROUNDEL a dance or song

      ROUNDURE an enclosure

      ROUSE carousal

      ROYNISH mangy

      RUBIOUS ruddy

      RUDDOCK the redbreast

      RUSH to push

      RUSHLING rustling

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    SACRIFICIAL

      reverent, as words used in religious worship

    SACRING-BELL

      the little bell rung at mass

    SAD

      serious

    SADLY

      seriously

    SADNESS

      seriousness

      SAG to hang down

      SALT lascivious, taste

      SANDED marked with yellow spots

      SANS without

      SAUCY lascivious

      SAW a moral saying

      SAY silken

      SAY assay, taste, relish

      SCAFFOLDAGE the gallery of a theatre

      SCALD scurvy, scabby

      SCALE to weigh in scales

      SCALL a scab, a word of reproach

      SCAMBLE to scramble

      SCAMEL sea-mew

      SCAN to examine subtly

      SCANT to cut short, to spare

      SCANT scanty, short scarcely

      SCANTLING a small portion

      SCAPE to escape

      SCATHE to injure

      SCATHFUL destructive

      SCONCE the head

      SCOTCH to bruise or cut slightly

      SCRIMER a fencer

      SCROYLE a scabby fellow

      SCULL a shoal of fish

      SCURVY scabby; metaph. mean

      SEAL to set one's seal to a deed, to confirm

      SEAM fat

      SEAMY showing the seam or sewing

      SEAR scorched, withered

      SEAR to stigmatise

      SEARCH to probe, to apply a healing remedy

      SEATED fixed, confirmed

      SECT a slip or scion, a political party

      SECURELY inconsiderately

      SEEL to close

      SEELING closing, blinding

      SEEMING seemly, becomingly

      SEEN versed, instructed

      SELD seldom

      SELF-BOUNTY native goodness

      SEMBLABLY alike

      SENIORY seniority

      SENNET a flourish of trumpets

      SEPULCHRE to bury

      SEQUESTRATION separation

      SERE dry

      SERJEANT a bailiff

      SERPIGO a cutaneous disease

      SETEBOS the name of a fiend

      SETTER one who watches travellers to give information to thieves

      SEVERAL land which is not common but appropriated

      SHARDS shreds, broken fragments of pottery

      SHARKED snatched up, as a shark does his prey

      SHEEN brilliancy

      SHEER pure Unmixed

      SHENT rebuked, blamed, hurt

      SHERIFF'S-POST a post at the door of a sheriff, to which royal proclamations were fixed

      SHIVE slice

      SHOT the reckoning at an ale-house

      SHOUGHS shaggy dogs

      SHOULDERED plunged

      SHOVEL-BOARD game played by sliding metal pieces along a board at a mark

      SHREWD mischievous

      SHRIFT confession, absolution

      SHRIVE to confess

      SHRIVING-TIME time for confession

      SHROUD to enshroud oneself, cover oneself up

      SIDE-SLEEVES loose hanging sleeves

      SIGHT an aperture in a helmet

      SIGHTLESS invisible, unsightly

      SIGN to give an omen

      SILLY simple, rustic

      SIMULAR counterfeit, feigned

      SINGLE feeble

      SIR a title applied to a bachelor of arts at the Universities

      SITH since

      SITHENCE since

      SIZES allowances

      SKAINS-MATES scapegraces

      SKILL to be of importance

      SKILLESS ignorant

      SKIMBLE-SKAMBLE rambling, disjointed

      SKINKER a drawer of liquor

      SKIRR to scour

      SLEAVE floss-silk

      SLEDDED sledged

      SLEIDED untwisted, raw, applied to silk

      SLEIGHTS artifices

      SLIPS a noose, or area of tournamont

      SLIVER to slice

      SLOPS loose breeches

      SLUBBER to slur over

      SMIRCHED smeared, soiled

      SMOOTH to flatter

      SNEAP taunt, sarcasm

      SNEAPED pinched

      SNECK-UP go hang

      SNUFF anger, 'To take in snuff' is to take offence

      SOFTLY gently

      SOIL spot, taint

      SOLICIT solicitation

      SOLIDARE a small coin

      SOLVE solution

      SOMETIMES formerly

      SOOTH truth, conciliation

      SOOTH true

      SOREL a buck of the third year

      SORRIEST most sorrowful

      SORRY sorrowful, dismal

      SORT a company Rank

      SORT to choose, to suit, to consort

      SOT fool

      SOUL-FEARING soul-terrifying

      SOWL to lug, drag

      SOWTER name of a dog

      SPECIALLY a special contract

      SPED settled, done for

      SPEED fortune

      SPERR to bolt, fasten

      SPIAL spy

      SPILL to destroy

      SPILTH spilling

      SPLEEN violent haste Used of the lightning flash

      SPRAG quick

      SPRING shoot

      SPRINGHALT a disease of horses

      SPRITED haunted

      SQUARE to quarrel, the front part of a woman's dress, stomacher

      SQUARE equitable

      SQUARER quarreller

      SQUASH an unripe peascod

      SQUIER a square or rule

      SQUINY to squint

      STAGGERS a disease in horses attended with giddiness

      STAIN to disfigure

      STALE a decoy, a gull, a prostitute

      STALE to make stale, deprive anything of its freshness

      STAND UPON to be incumbent on

      STANIEL an inferior kind of hawk

      STARK stiff

      STARKLY stiffly

      STATE a canopied chair

      STATION attitude, act of standing

      STATIST a statesman

      STATUA a statue

      STATUE image, picture

      STATUTE security, obligation

      STATUTE-CAPS woollen caps worn by citizens

      STAY a cheque

      STEAD to profit

      STEELED set or fixed

      STERNAGE steerage, course

      STICKLER an arbitrator in combats

      STIGMATIC a deformed person

      STIGMATICAL deformed

      STILL constant

      STILLY softly

      STINT to stop to stop

      STITHY a smith's forge

      STITHY to forge

      STOCCADO a stoccata, or thrust in fencing

      STOCK a stocking

      STOMACH courage, appetite, inclination

      STONE-BOW a cross-bow for throwing stones

      STOUP a cup

      STOUT strong, healthy

      STOVER fodder

      STRAIGHT immediately

      STRAIN lineage, disposition

      STRAITED straitened

      STRANGE foreign

      STRANGENESS coyness, reserve

      STRANGER foreigner

      STRAPPADO a kind of punishment

      STRICTURE strictness

      STROSSERS trowsers

      STUCK a thrust of a sword

      STUCK IN corruption of stoccata

      STUFF baggage material, substance

      STUFFED filled, stored

      STY to lodge as in a sty

      SUBSCRIBE to yield, to succumb

      SUCCESS issue, consequence

      SUCCESSIVE succeeding

      SUCCESSIVELY in succession

      SUDDEN hasty, rash

      SUDDENLY hastily

      SUFFERANCE suffering

      SUGGEST to tempt, entice

      SUGGESTION temptation, enticement

      SUITED dressed

      SULLEN doleful, melancholy

      SUMPTER a horse that carries provisions on a journey

      SUPPOSE a trick, imposition

      SUPPOSED counterfeit

      SURCEASE to cease

      SURPRISE to capture by surprise

      SUR-REINED over-worked

      SUSPECT suspicion

      SUSPIRE to breathe

      SWABBER a sweeper of the deck of a ship

      SWARTH black, quantity of grass cut down by one sweep of the scythe

      SWASHER swaggerer

      SWASHING dashing, smashing

      SWATHLING swaddling

      SWAY to move on

      SWEAR to adjure

      SWEAR OVER to out-swear

      SWIFT ready, quick

      SWINGE-BUCKLER a bully

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    TABLE

      a tablet, note-book

      TABLE-BOOK note-book

    TABLES

      the game of backgammon, a note-book

    TABOUR

      a small side-drum

    TABOURER

      a player on the tabour

      TABOURINE tambourine, drum

      TAG the rabble

      TAINT tainted

      TAINTURE defilement

      TAKE to infect, blast, bewitch

      TAKE IN to conquer

      TAKE OUT to copy

      TAKE UP to borrow money, or buy on credit, to make up a quarrel

      TAKING infection, malignant influence

      TAKING UP buying on credit

      TALE counting, reckoning

      TALL strong, valiant

      TALLOW-CATCH a lump of tallow

      TANG twang, sound

      TANG to sound

      TANLING anything tanned by the sun

      TARRE to excite, urge on

      TARRIANCE delay

      TASK to tax, challenge

      TASKING challenging

      TASTE to try

      TAWDRY-LACE a rustic necklace

      TAXATION satire, sarcasm

      TAXING satire

      TEEN grief

      TELL to count

      TEMPER to mix

      TEMPERANCE temperature

      TEMPERED mixed

      TEND to attend to

      TENDER to hold, to esteem, to have consideration for

      TENT a probe for searching a wound

      TERCEL the male of the goshawk

      TERMAGANT a ranting character in old plays

      TESTED pure, assayed

      TESTERN to reward with a tester, or six-pence

      THARBOROUGH a constable

      THEORICK theory

      THEWES sinews, muscles

      THICK rapidly

      THICK-PLEACHED thickly intertwined

      THIRD-BOROUGH a constable

      THOUGHT anxiety, grief

      THRASONICAL boastful

      THREE-MAN BEETLE a wooden mallet worked by three men

      THREE-MAN-SONG-MEN singers of glees in three parts

      THREE-PILE three-piled velvet

      THRENE lament

      THRID thread, fibre

      THROE to put in agonies

      THRUM the tufted end of a thread in weaving

      THRUMMED made od coarse ends or tufts

      TICKLE ticklish

      TIGHT nimble, active

      TIGHTLY briskly, promptly

      TIKE a cur

      TILLY-VALLY an exclamation of contempt

      TILTH tillage

      TIMELESS untimely

      TINCT stain, dye

      TIRE attire, head-dress

      TANG twang, sound

      TOD to yield a tod of wool

      TOKENED marked with plague spots

      TOKENS plague spots

      TOLL to exact toll, to pay toll

      TOO TOO excessively

      TOPLESS supreme, without superior

      TOUCH touchstone for testing gold

      TOUCHED pricked

      TOUSE to pull, drag

      TOWARD nearly ready

      TOYS trifles, foolish tricks

      TRADE beaten path

      TRANECT a ferry

      TRANSLATED transformed

      TRASH to cheque, as a huntsman his hounds

      TRAVAIL labour, toil

      TRAY-TRIP an old game played with dice

      TREACHERS traitors

      TREATIES entreaties

      TRENCHED carved

      TRICK technically, a copy of a coat of arms

      TRICKED blazoned

      TRICKING ornament

      TRICKSY elegantly quaint

      TRIPLE third

      TROJAN a thief

      TROL-MY-DAMES the name of a game also called pigeon-holes

      TROTH-PLIGHT betrothed

      TROW to trust, think

      TRUE honest

      TRUNDLE-TAIL a long-tailed dog

      TUCKET-SONANCE a flourish on the trumpet

      TUNDISH a funnel

      TURLYGOOD a name adopted by bedlam-beggars

      TURN to modulate

      TWANGLING twanging

      TWIGGEN made of twigs, wicker

      TWILLED Retained by woven branches

      TWINK a twinkling

      TWIRE to peep, twinkle

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    UNBARBED

      untrimmed

    UNBATED

      unblunted

    UNBOLT

      to disclose

    UNBOLTED

      unsifted, unrefined

    UNBREATHED

      unpractised

      UNCAPE to throw off the hounds

      UNCHARGED undefended, applied to the gates of a city

      UNCLEW to unravel, undo

      UNCOINED unalloyed, unfeigned

      UNDERGO to undertake

      UNDERTAKER one who takes up another's quarrel

      UNDER-WROUGHT undermined

      UNEATH hardly

      UNEXPRESSIVE inexpressible

      UNFAIR to deprive of beauty

      UNHAPPILY censoriously

      UNHAPPY mischievous

      UNHATCHED undisclosed

      UNHOUSELED without receiving the sacrament

      UNIMPROVED unreproved

      UNION a pearl

      UNJUST dishonest

      UNKIND unnatural

      UNLIVED bereft of life

      UNMANNED untamed, applied to a hawk

      UNOWED unowned

      UNPREGNANT stupid

      UNPROPER common to all

      UNQUESTIONABLE not inquisitive

      UNREADY undressed

      UNRESPECTIVE inconsiderate

      UNSISTING unresting

      UNSTANCHED incontinent

      UNTEMPERING unsoftening

      UNTENTED unsearchable

      UNTRADED unused, uncommon

      UNTRIMMED no ornaments

      UPSPRING REEL a boisterous dance

      URCHIN the hedge-hog

      USANCE usury

      USE interest

      UTIS riotous merriment, which accompanied the eighth day of a festival

      UTTER to expel, put forth

      UTTERANCE extremity

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    VADE

      to fade

    VAIL

      to lower

    VAILING

      lowering

    VAINNESS

      vanity

    VALANCED

      adorned with a valence or fringe often applied to the beard

      VALIDITY value

      VANTAGE advantage

      VANTBRACE armour for the front of the arm

      VARLET a servant, valet

      VAST A gulf

      VASTIDITY immensity

      VASTLY like a waste

      VASTY vast, waste

      VAUNT precedes

      VAUNT-COURIERS forerunners

      VAWARD the van, vanguard, advanced guard of an army, the first of anything

      VEGETIVES herbs

      VELURE velvet

      VELVET-GUARDS literally velvet trimmings applied metaphorically to the citizens who wore them

      VENEW a bout in fencing, metaphorically applied to repartee and sallies of wit

      VENEY a bout at fencing

      VENGE to avenge

      VENTAGES holes in a flute or flageolet

      VERBAL wordy

      VERY true, real

      VIA off with you!

      VICE to screw, the buffoon in old morality plays

      VIE to challenge, a term at cards, to play as for a wager

      VIEWLESS invisible

      VILLAIN a lowborn man

      VINEWED mouldy

      VIOL-DE-GAMBOYS a bass viol

      VIRGINALLING playing as on the virginals, a kind of a spinet

      VIRTUE the essential excellence valour

      VIRTUOUS excellent, endowed with virtues

      VIZAMENT advisement

      VOLUBLE fickle

      VOLUNTARY volunteer

      VOTARIST votary, one who has taken a vow

      VULGAR the common people

      VULGARLY publicly

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    WAFT

      to wave, beckon To turn, float

    WAFTAGE

      passage

    WAFTURE

      waving, beckoning

    WAGE

      to reward as with wages

    WAILFUL

      lamentable

      WAIST the middle of a ship

      WANNION 'with a vengeance.'

      WAPPENED withered, overworn

      WARD Prison guard

      WARDEN a large pear used for baking

      WARDER truncheon

      WARN to summon

      WASSAIL a drinking bout, Festivity

      WAT a familiar word for a hare

      WATCH a watch light

      WATCH to tame by keeping constantly awake

      WATER-GALL a secondary rainbow

      WATER-RUG a kind of dog

      WATER-WORK painting in distemper

      WAX to grow

      WAXEN to hiccough

      WEALTH weal, advantage

      WEAR fashion

      WEATHER-FEND to defend from the weather

      WEB AND PIN the cataract in the eye

      WEE small, tiny, to think

      WEED garment

      WEET to wit, know

      WEIGH OUT to outweigh

      WELKIN the sky

      WELL-LIKING in good condition

      WEND to go

      WESAND the wind-pipe

      WHELKED marked with whelks or protuberances

      WHEN an exclamation of impatience

      WHIFFLER an officer who clears the way in processions

      WHILE-ERE a little while ago

      WHILES until

      WHIP-STOCK handle of a whip

      WHIST hushed, silent

      WHITE the centre of an archery butt

      WHITELY pale-faced

      WHITING-TIME bleaching time

      WHITSTER bleacher

      WHITTLE a clasp knife

      WHOO-BUB hubbub

      WHOOP to cry out with astonishment

      WICKED noisome, baneful

      WIDOW to give a jointure to

      WIDOWHOOD widow's jointure

      WIGHT person

      WILD weald

      WILDERNESS wildness

      WIMPLED veiled, hooded

      WINDOW-BARS lattice-work across a woman's stomacher

      WINDRING winding

      WINTER-GROUND to protect (a plant) from frost

      WISH to commend

      WISTLY wistfully

      WIT knowledge, wisdom

      WITHOUT beyond

      WITS five, the five senses

      WITTOL a contented cuckold

      WITTY intelligent

      WOMAN-TIRED hen-pecked

      WONDERED marvellously gifted

      WOOD mad

      WOODCOCK a simpleton

      WOODMAN a forester, huntsman

      WOOLWARD shirtless

      WORLD 'To go to the world' is to get married So 'a woman of the world' is a married woman

      WORM a serpent

      WORSER worse

      WORSHIP to honour

      WORTH wealth, fortune

      WORTS cabbages

      WOT to know

      WOUND twisted about

      WREAK to avenge

      WREAKFUL revengeful, avenging

      WREST an instrument used for tuning a harp

      WRIT gospel, truth

      WRITHLED shrivelled

      WROTH calamity, misfortune

      WRUNG twisted, strained

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      Socrate's scolding wife


      "X" is a rather unusual letter.

      There is no counterpart of "X" from the Hebrew, the original language God taught - or programmed - into Adam and Eve, the language from which all other languages derived!

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      When people who can't write sign an "X", they used to make a "Cross" in previous centuries, as a sign of good faith!

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    YARE

      ready, being understood

    YARELY

      readily

    YAW

      out of control

    Y-CLAD

      clad

    Y-CLEPED

      called, named

      YEARN to grieve, vex

      YELLOWNESS jealousy

      YELLOWS a disease of horses

      YEOMAN a sheriff's officer

      YIELD to reward To report

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      a clown, gull

      "Z" is a letter that is not used as much in English as in other languages.

      Sometimes, almost all the time in centuries past, a hard-"S" was given a "Z" sound as in 'rasor' and 'Caesar' etc.

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    God the Spirit’s Goals:

      SCRIPTURE: Jesus declares: "'I ’WILL’' send Him (Holy Spirit) unto you, and when He is come 'He ’WILL’' testify of Me: John 14:26

      SCRIPTURE: "He ’WILL’ reprove the world [convict, convince, correct] of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment: John 16:7

      SCRIPTURE: (1) Of sin, because they believe not on me; ... (2) Of righteousness, because I go to my Father; ...(3) Of judgment, because the 'Prince of this World' IS JUDGED![A] John 16:8-10

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        ULTIMATELY, WHO, ACHIEVES THEIR STATED GOALS? GOD or Satan?

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