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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.

ABATE, to blunt, iv. 169

Affy, betroth, üü. 429
Abated, subdued, depressed, v. 155

Affy, to confide, vi. 179
Abhominable, antiquated spelling of abomin- After-supper, á rere-supper, a second supper,
able, i. 112

i. 541
Abide, to pay the penalty, v. 546

| Against the hair, against the grain, v. 298
Abide, sojourn, v. 243

Aglet-baby, a diminutive figure carved on a
Abjects, things thrown away as worthless, 1. jewel, i. 329, ü. 263, 445
v. 559

Agnize, to acknowledge, vi. 264
Able, to qualify, v. 70

Agood, in good earnest, i. 50
Aboding, foreboding, iii, 532

Aim, to guess, to surmise, i. 30, vi. 259
Abraham Cupid, i. 233

Aim! cry aim ! to encourage, i. 56
Abridgment, pastime, i. 522, v. 429

Aim, to give, to direct, i. 56, 177
Abroad, disbursed, expended, iv. 396

Ajax, a jakés, i. 129
Absey-book, A, B, C, book, 'catechism, i. 399 Albany, an ancient name for Scotland, v. 3
Absolute, complete, vi. 78

Alder-liefest, all-dearest, dearest of all, iii. 381
Abuse, delusion, deception, iv. 245

Ales, rustic festivities, i.' 62
Aby, to pay dear for, i. 507

Alife, as life, v. 250
Accidence, ii. 415

All at once, á trite phrase, iii. 4, 521
Accite, to summon, vi. 178

Alliterative examples, i. 542
Accordingly, conformably, * proportionately, Allons! let us go, i. 111, 114
ii. 519

Allow, to approve, v. 40, vi. 434
Accost, approach, iii. 239

Allowed, licensed, i. 127
Account of, to value, to appreciate, i. 14 Allowing, allowed, lawful, v. 207
Ache (a nonn), pronounced ache, and forming All-thing, every way, vi. 28

a riddle with the letter H, ii. 454, vi. 141 Alms-drink, a portion of liquor drunk to
Ache (a verb) pronounced ake, iv. 462

relieve a companion, vi. 108
Acknown, known, vi. 296

Althea's dream, îi. 277
Acquaintance, amity, vi. 469

Amazing, confounding, appalling, ü. 91, 410
Across, to break, a tilt-yard technical, ii. 469, Ames-ace, both aces, ii. 513
606

Amiss, a fault, vi. 449, 493
Acture, action, vi, 500

Amort, dejected, i. 361"
Adamant, loadstone, i. 492

Anchor, an anchorite, v. 444
Adam Bel, the Archer, ii. 481

Ancient, ensign, an ensign bearer, ii. 227, 282,
Adam, old, a serjeant, i. 185

vi. 251
Addiction, inclination, vi. 276

Andrew, a name for a ship, ii. 4
Additions, qualities, titles, characteristics, ii. Angel; ancient, i. 385
514, v. 298, 409

Angerly, angrily, i. 10
Address, to prepare, to make ready, i. 83, 524, Anthropophagi, Scythian savages, cannibals,

ü. 31, 309, 389, ii. 151, v. 544, vi. 428 vi. 337
Admittance, vogue, fashion, ii. 371, 414 Ape-bearer, an instructor and exhibitor of
Advice, consideration, representation, ii. 61, apes, v. 283
iii. 19

Appaíd, pleased, satisfied, vi. 411
Advised, assured, aware, persuaded, i. 416, ii. Apparent, nearest, v. 206
262, 361, 462

Apparent, manifest, v. 535
Affect, lo love, i. 81

Apparitor, an officer of the spiritual court, i.
Affect the letter, to use alliteration, i. 98

92
Affection, affectation, imagination, i. 111, iii. Apperil, danger, peril, iv. 11
253, v. 205

Apple-John, ii. 280
Affectioned, affected, iii. 253

Apply, to ply, i. 321
Affeer, to assess, or confirm, vi. 48

Apprehension, conceit, sarcasm, iii. 327
Affined, bound, vi. 251, 281

Approbation, proof, iii. 7, iv. 361
Affray, to frighten, i. 265

Approve, to justify, to confirm, ii. 38, v. 392
Affront, to confront, to encounter, v. 435 | Araise, to raise, lo upraise, ii. 506

Argosy, a large vessel, i. 343, ii. 4

| Bay-window, bow-window, iii. 278
Argument, conversation, ii. 446

Bead's-man, one whose duty is to offer up
Arm-gaunt, vi. 90

prayers for another, i. 4, iii. 381
Aroint! begone! avaunt ! vi. 7

Bear a brain, to remember well, i. 223
Acrow. one after another, successively, i. 195 | Beards, fantastic fashions of, iii. 80
Arras, chamber-hangings, v. 502

Bear-garden, Parish, iv. 347
Arrive, to arrive at, v. 520

Bear hard, to rein in from mistrust or fear,
Arthur's Show, Sir Dagonet in, ii. 336

v. 525, 535, 547
Articulate, to enter into articles, v. 119 Bearing-cloth, an infants mantle, in which i
Articulated, circumstantially drawn out, ii. is carried to the font, v. 238
334

Bear in hand, to encourage, to buoy up, i. 358,
Artificial, ingenious, i. 507

ii. 264, 463, vi. 30
Artist, a scholar, v. 313

Beaver, the lower part of a helmet, sometimes
Aspersion, sprinkling, iv. 489

used for the helmet itself, ii. 226
Assinego, an ass, v. 323

Beck, a bow, iv. 16
Assured, 'affianced, i. 179, 414

Become, to 'adapt, to render fit, to adorn, i.
Astonished, thunderstruck, vi. 431, 468

45,'üi. 123, 354, vi. 493, 498
Astringer, a falconer, ii. 563

Becoming, self-restrained, v. 236
At friend, on terms of friendship, v. 268 Bed-fellow, intimate friend, üi. 18
Atomies, mites, i. 227

| Bedlam-beggars, mad beggars, v. 91
Atomies, atoms, iii. 123, 131

Beetles, overhangs, v. 410
Atone, to reconcile, ii. 87, iv. 359

Beg a fool, to ask in wardship, i. 147, 163
Attasked, taxcd, charged, v. 24 .

Begetter, one who gets or procures, vi. 435
Attorney, advocate, pleader, vi. 363

Beggar and the King, a ballad, i. 140
Aunts, wenches, v. 241

Beguiled, masked, disguised, vi. 427
Awful, authorised, lawful, ii. 302

Behave, to control, iv. 32
Awful men, men of worth and authority, i. 41 Belike, to favour, to approve, vi. 51
Awkward, distorted, contrary, üi. 26, 419 Be-mete, to beat with a yard measure, i. 363

Bemoiled, bedraggled, i. 354
BACCARE, stand back, i. 336

Be naught a while, a mischief on you ! üü. 92
Baffled, treated with ignominy, un

Bench hole, forica, vi. 141
Baldrick, a belt, ii. 425

Benefit, a beneficiary, üi. 367
Bale, injury, v. 102

Benumbed, stiff, inflexible, v. 321
Balked, ridged, heaped up, ii. 173

Bergomask, a dancé, i. 529
Balk logic, to dispute, to wrangle, i. 322 Bermoothes, the Bermudas, iv. 458, 507
Ballow, a pole or staff, v. 73

Beshrew, to curse, to imprecate sorroto or eril
Ban, to curse, vi. 362

on a person, i. 116, ii. 27
Banbury cheese, a thin cheese, ii. 352 Besmirch, to soil, to befoul, ii. 366, iv. 114
Band, á bond, i. 184, vi. 314

Bessy, o'er the bourn, v. 53
Ban-dog, perhaps a dog chained or banded, Best, best one, an epithet of endearment, vi.
iü. 394 -

85
Bankes's horse, i. 140

Bestowed, secreted, stowed, i. 161
Banquet, a dessert, i. 373

Bestraught, distracted, i. 318
Barbason, a fiend, ii. 373, üü. 17

| Beteem, to allow, to suffer, i. 481, v. 400
Barbed, caparisoned, iv. 72

Better part, the spiritual part, v. 257, vi. 70
Barbers' forfeits, iv. 255

Better penny, a proverbial phrase, ü. 351
Bare the beard, to shave the beard, iv. 232 Bevel, crooked, vi. 482
Barm, yeast, i. 488

Bevis, Sir, iv. 339
Larnacle, a shell-fish, iv. 512

Bewray, betray, to discover, iii. 345, 469
Barns, bairns, ii. 154

Bezonian, a term of contempi, ü. 326
Base, a rustic game, i. 61

Bias, a swelling out, vi. 353
Base-court, lower-court, ii. 124

Bid,' to invite, ii. 24, ü. 145, vi. 186
Bases, an embroidered mantle, hanging from Bid forth. invited out i. 24

the waist to the knee, worn by Knights on Bid the base, to challenge in the game of
horseback, also the housings of a horse, “base," i. 61, vi. 462
also the hose, iii. 182

Biggin, a coif, ü. 313
Basilisco, i. 461

| Bilberry, the whortleberry, ii. 406
Basilisks, huge pieces of ordnance, ii. 193 Bilbo, č. 353, 389
Basta, enough, i. 326

Bilboes, instruments of torture, fetters, v. 482
Bastard, a sweet wine, ii. 197

Bills, to set up, to post bills, to advertise, ü.
Bat, staff or club, vi. 497
Bate, to flap the wings like a hawk, i. 303 Bills, halberds, battle arcs, ü. 452, v. 69
Bate, to blunt, i. 70

Bills, pikes of watchmen, ii. 483
Batlét, a bat to beat linen with, iii, 109 . Bird-bolt, a description of archery, ü. 480
Batten, to feed, v. 453

Bisson, blind, v. 431
Battle, an army, iii. 43, iv. 167, vi. 251 Biting the thumb, a contemptuous action, i
Bavin, a faggot of brushwood, íi. 215
Bawcock, beau cog, fine fellow, iii. 270, v. Blacks, mourning habiliments, v. 205
204

Blank, a mark in gunnery, v. 222

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214

Blood in

Blench, to flinch, to start off, iv. 230, v. 211, 295 Brew good ale, a proverb, i. 36
Blend, blended, vi. 501

Bribe-buck, ii. 405
Bless the bridal-bed, i. 543

Brize, the gad, or horsefly, v. 305, vi. 125
Bless the mark, i. 47, ii. 18, vi. 251

Brock, a badger, iii. 259
Blind-worm, slow-worm, i. 494, vi. 41 Broken music, the music of stringed instru-
Block, a hat mould, ii. 422

ments, iü. 85, 97, v. 329
ith the blood up, i. 97

Broker, a pander, a procuress, a cheat, i. 8,
Blood-boltered, clotted with blood, vi. 44

416, ii. 528, 'vi. 499
Blow, to swell, vi. 140.

Brooched, adorned, decorated, vi. 150
Blue caps, the Scotch, ii. 203

Brooded, watchful, i. 426
Blunt, dull, insensible, iii. 524

Broom-groves, iv. 490
Board, to accost, ii. 433, iii. 239

Brown-bastard, a sweet wine, ii. 217
Boar's Head Tavern in East Cheap, ii. 250 Brown-bill, a battle-axe, v. 69
Bob, to rap, to hit, i. 488, iii. 113, iv. 167 Brownist, a follower of Brown, a sectary,
Bobbed, tricked, vi. 321

üi. 265, 296
Bodged, bungled, iii, 474

Bruit, report, iii. 325, 519, v. 376, 400, vi. 61
Bodkin, a stiletto, a dagger, v. 436

Buckle, to bend, ii. 261
Bodykins, God's, an oath, v, 432

Buff, the dress of a sergeant, i. 184
Bolds, emboldens, v. 77

Bug, a bugbear, a goblin, ii. 525, iv. 421,
Bolted, sifted, v. 253

v. 483
Boltered, clotted, vi. 44

Bulk, the breast, v. 478
Bolters, 'sieves, ii. 220

Bully-rook, a jolly dog, ii. 356
Bolting-hutch, the bin into which meal is Bung, a cutpurse, ii. 283
bolted, ii. 205

Burden, the base, foot, or under-song, i. 61
Bombard, or bumbard, a barrel, a capacious Burgonet, a helmet, vi. 89

vessel, sometimes of leather, for holding Burst, broken, i. 364, ii. 298
drink, ii. 205, iv. 336

Buský, bosky, woody, ii. 232
Bombast, a sort of wadding used to fill out But, unless, except, i. 235, 418, č. 326, vi. 127,
dresses, i. 134

'144, 519
Bona-robas, women of pleasure, ii. 292 But, only, v. 426, 529
Bone-ache, the Neapolitan, v. 322, 361 Butcher of a silk' button, i. 300
Boot, help, advantage, ii. 86, iii. 353

Buttery bar, iii. 292
Boots, to give, to sell a bargain, i. 59

Buxom, lusty, sprightly, buoyant, üi. 7
Bordered, restrained. v. 61

Buz, buz! an interjection of impatience, v. 429.
Borne in' hand, encouraged by delusive pro Buzzard, a beetle, i. 339
mises, vi. 30

By and' by, immediately, ii. 390, üü. 400,
Borrowed, assumed, vi. 504

iv. 485
Bosky, woody, ii. 232

By day and night, at all times, iii. 284, 381
Bosom multiplied, many-stomached, v. 141

| By these ten bones, a common adjuration,
Bots, worms in the stomach of a horse, i. 348, iii. 393
ii. 187

By'rlakin, by our ladykin, or little lady,
Bottled, bloated, iv. 89

i. 498, iv. 485
Bottom, to wind round, or upon, i. 33
Bought and sold, entrapped, betrayed, made a CADDIs, worsted galloon, ii. 196, v. 243
victim, iii. 350, v. 315

Cade, a barrel, iii. 432
Bourn, boundary, v. 68, 436

Cadent, falling, v. 22
Bow, yoke, iü. 129

Cain-coloured, yellowish red, ii. 412
Bowed, bent, iv. 290

Cake is dough, hopes are frustrated, i. 324,
Brach, a hound bitch, i. 315

373
Braid, false, deceitful, ii. 537

Caliver, a hand-gun, ii. 297
Braved, bedizened, ornamented, i. 364, iï. 114 Call, a'bird-call, i. 431
Bravery, finery, ostentation, iii, 114, iv. 193, Callet, a strumpet, iii. 154, v. 225, vi. 315
v. 569

Callino, castore me, iii. 57
Braving, blustering, hectoring, vi. 191 Calm, á mispronunciation of qualm, ü. 281
Brawl, a dance, i. 142

Camelot, v. 90
Break'a day, to make a breach of contract, Can, knows, vi. 518
ii. 72.“

Canary, a dance with castanets, i. 88, ii. 506
Break up, to carve, i. 94, ii. 23

Candle-wasters, Bacchanals, revellers, ii. 466
Break with him, to open the subject to him, Canker, the dog-rose, ii. 428, vi. 456
i. 12, v. 534

Canstick, a candlestick, ii. 210
Breast, voice, iii. 250

Cantle, á slice, a corner, ii. 210, vi. 124
Breath, a breathing, a combat for exercise, Cantons, cantos, iii. 247
v. 356

Canvas, to toss, iii. 313
Breathe in watering, to take breath while Can you hit it a song, or dance, i. 96
drinking, ii. 195

Capable, impressible, susceptible, i. 413, 416
Breeched, sheathed, mired, vi. 25 .

ü. 262, iii. 111, iv. 462
Breed-bate, an exciter of quarrels, ii. 359 Capitulate, to conféderate, i. 763, ii. 217
Brentford, Gillian of, ii. 416

Capocchio, a simpleton, v. 347
Brewer's horse, ii. 218

Capricious, goatish, ii. 127

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Captain-jewels, superior-jewels, vi. 456 Charming, magical, fascinating, iv. 358,
Captious, capacious, ii. 503
Carbonado, a collop cooked on the coals, ii. Charneco, a sort of wine, iii. 405
240

Charters, blank, ii. 157
Carbuncle, a gem supposed to emit native light, Chases, a term of tennis, ü. 13
vi. 241

Chaudron, entrails, vi. 41
Carcanet, a necklace, i. 171, vi. 456

'Cheater, 'an Escheater, i. 358, vi. 493
Card, by the, according to the book of manners, Cheater,' a gamester, a cozener, ü. 282
v. 478

Check, to fly from, or shy at, v. 471
Card, to, to mix, or mingle, ii. 215

Cheer, fare, v. 444
Carduus Benedictus, the blessed thistle, ü. 484 Cheer, visage, aspect, i. 505, ii. 44, vi. 394
Career, or Careire, a term of the menage, ii. Cherry-pit, a game, üi. 270
353

Cheveril, a soft leather, i. 243, i. 211, iv. 290
Careful, painful, anxious, i. 198

Chewet, a noisy chattering bird, ü. 233
Carkanet, a necklace, i. 171, vi. 456

Chide, to rebuke, to re-sound, iii. 27
Carlot, a churl, iii. 133

Chide with, to quarrel with, iv. 423, vi. 316,
Carouse, a bumper, a drinking bout, v. 496 478
Carpet knights, iii. 298

Child, a female infant, v. 247
Carpets, coverings for the table, i. 354 Childing, teeming, i. 490
Carping, taunting, ii. 215

Children that have no names, illegitimats
Carrack, a ship of great burden, vi. 257 . children, vi. 79
Carry coals, to subinit to indignities, i. 213, Chopines, clogs having very thick soles, v. 498
iii. 30

Chop-logic, a nickname, also, to erchange
Carry out a side, a card-table phrase, v. 78 logic, i. 268, ii. 145
Carrying dead bodies off the stage, v. 502 Chrisom, a white cloth used in the baptism of
Cart, a car, or chariot, v. 443

infants, üi. 79
Carve, to give an amorous sign, i. 146, ii. 357 Chuck, chicken, term of endearment, i. 114,
Case, a brace, a pair, iii. 29

ü. 270, vi. 301
Case, a skin, iii. 285

'Cide, to decide, vi. 453
Caskets, in Merchant of Venice, story of the, Cinque-pace, a dance, i. 146, ü. 723
ii. 72.

Circle, diadem, vi. 128
Casque, a helmet, iii. 3

Circumstance, "conduct, circumstantial dedue-
Cassock, a horseman's coat, ii. 540

tion, i. 5, v. 339
Cast, dismissed, vi. 277

Circumstance, circumlocution, i. 8
Castiliano vulgo, iii. 239

'Cital, recital, i. 237
Castle, a helmet, vi. 207

'Cite, to incite, i. 21, iii. 479
Cat, the agent and favourite of witches, vi. 68 Cittern, a musical instrument, i. 130
Cataian, a term of reproach, ii. 365

Civil, sour, bitter, ii. 436, iii. 268
Cates, cakes, dainties, i. 172, 339

Clack-dish, a beggar's dish, ix. 223
Catling, a lute string, i. 282

Clamour, to refrain or silence, v. 250
Cautel, crafty circumspection, v. 404

Claw, to flatter, ïi. 428
Cautelous, treacherous, insidious, v. 156 Clean, utterly, completely, ü. 114
Caviare, a delicacy prepared from sturgeon's Clean kam, rigmarole, v. 146
roe, v. 499

Clear-stories, upper rows of windotcs in
Ceriser, a fire-pan for perfumes, i. 363

church, iii. 299
Censure, to pass judgment, i. 8, iv. 197, 264, Cleave the pin, to split the roooden pin in a
v. 406, vi. 492

target, i. 56, 96
Ceremony, pronounced as a trisyllable, ü. 515 Clement's Inn, i. 336
Certes, iv. 486, vi. 250

Clepe, to call, to designate, v. 409, vi. 30, 379
Cess, measure, ii. 187

Clerkly, scholarly, i. 16, ii. 400
Chamber wall furnishings in old castles, ü. Cling, to shrivel, to shrink, vi. 60
153

Clip, to embrace, v. 271
Chambers, small pieces of ordnance, iv. 279 Close, by stealth, secretly, i. 317, 435
Chances, crossings, casu

Close, to wheedlé, to farn, to flatter, iv. 249
Changeling, a child changed by fairies or Close, wanton, iv. 43
gipsies, i. 488, 490, v. 238

Cloth-of-gold of tissue, cloth of gold on a
Channel, kernel, iii. 486

ground of tissue, vi. 98
Character, handwriting, ciphers, v. 27, 236, Cloud in the face, a dark spot in the fore-
271, 538, vi. 458, 496

head of a horse, vi. 115
Chares, drudgery, v. 152

Clout, the white mark in a target, i. 96
Charge, of Watchmen, ii. 483

Clouted brogues, nailed shoes, iv. 410
Charles's-wain, the constellation called the Clown, merryman, iii. 293
bear, ii. 187

Clowns or Jesters, the practice of retaining,
Charm for tooth-ache, ii. 483

ii. 558
Charm, to conjure, v. 537

Coast, to advance, vi, 376
Charm the tongue, to restrain or put a spell Coat, coat of arms, vi. 501
upon the tongue, iii. 529, vi. 329

Coats in heraldry, i. 539
Charmer, an enchantress, one who works by Cock-a-hoop, i. 230
spells, vi. 302

Cock and pye, a popular adjuration, ü. 262

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Cockatrice, a fabulous monster, i. 256, üü. 271, 1 Consigned, sealed, v. 350
vi. 402

Consort, féllowship, fraternity, i. 41, 160, 250
Cockle-hat, a pilgrim's hat, v. 464

Consort, a band of musicians, i. 39
Cockney, a spooney, a cook, v. 37

Conspectuity, vision, perception, v. 121
Cock-shut, twilight, iv. 160

Constancy, consistency, i. 522, v. 544
Coffin, the crust of a raised pie, i. 363, vi. 234 Contain, to hold, to retain, ii. 67
Cog, to load dice, to cheat, to defraud, i. 120 Contemptible, mocking, contemptuous, ii. 442
Cognizance, a badge, iii. 328

Content, acquiescence, vi. 356
Coil, trouble, turmoil, i. 10, 511, v. 436 Content, continent, self-restrained, v. 561
Colbrand the giant, i. 399

Continence, temperance, vi. 178
Cold to bed, to thy cold bed, i. 314

Continent, capacious, v. 463
Collied, smutted, blackened, obscured, i. 481, Continuate, uninterrupted, vi. 304
vi. 281

Contraction, marriage-contract, v. 452
Collop, v. 205

Contrive, to scheme, to plot, ii. 58, üi. 48, v.
Colme-kill, vi. 66

542
Coloquintida, a plant bearing a bitter fruit, Convent, to agree, to be convenient, üi. 290
vi. 338

Convent, to summon, to cite, iv. 244, 324
Colours, artifices, üü. 326

Convert, to turn, iv. 37
Colours on sculpture, v. 287

Convertite, a penitent, a convert, vi. 407
Colt, to gull, ü. 190'

Convey, to filch, to manage by stealth, ii. 136,
Combinate, contracted, iv. 219

435, iii. 312, iv. 353, vi. 49,,127
Combination, contract, ü. 290

Convicted, vanquished,
Come away, come away, a song, vi. 67 Convince, to conquer, i. 133, iv. 361, vi. 18, -
Come off, to pay, ii. 396

61
Comforting, encouraging, abetting, v. 224 Convive, to feast together, v. 360
Commend, to commit, to submit, to resign, ü. Cooling-card, ii. 361
548, v. 227, vi. 142, 399

Copatain-hat, a high-crowned hat, i. 371
Commission, warrant, authority, v. 205 Cope, to encounter, ü. 60
Commit, to fornicate,' v. 49

Copy, theme, i. 192
Commodity, advantage, self-interest, i. 415 Coranto, a dance, ii. 512, iii. 79
Common, public, i. 86

Corinth, a cant name for a bordello, iv. 20
Common liar, rúmour, vi. 78

| Corinthian, a wenchor, ii. 195
Comman nlavere strollina mlavers. v. 428 Cornuto, a cuckold, ii. 388
Compact, made up, compounded, i. 176, vi. 358 Corollary, an overplus, iv. 490
Companion, a low fellow, i. 188, iv. 371, v. Corporal of the field, an aide-de-camp, i. 92
176, vi. 316

Costard, the head, i. 80
Company, companion, ü. 538, üi. 5

Coted, came alongside, v. 427
Comparative, ready in comparisons, or similes, Cot-quean, a motly-coddle, i. 277
ii. 176, 2151

Cotsale, or Cotswold Hills, ii. 411
Compassed, arched, vi. 361

Couching, crouching, v. 544
Competitor, coadjutor, confederate, auxiliary, Counsel, in counsel, secret, in secret, i. 26, i.
1. 26, iii. 278

352, 531, iv. 620
Complements, point-de-vice manners, i. 74, Countenance, to receive, to entertain, i. 355,
242, iii. 21

iii. 91, v. 185
Comply, to fraternise, to play the courtier, Counter, to run, to track the scent backward,
v. 428, 487

i. 204
Compose, accord, agree, vi. 93

Counter-caster, a disparaging term for mer-
Composure, composture, composition, iv. 50,1, chant, vi. 251
v. 324, vi. 87

Counterfeit, a portrait, ü. 39, vi. 456
Compt, in, in trust, to be accounted for, vi. 16 Counterfeit, a false piece of money, v. 323
Comptible, susceptible, sensitive, iii. 245 Counterpoints, counterpanes, i. 342
Con, to know, to allow, to award, ii. 540 Countervail, to make equal or equivalent, i.
Conceit, imagination, i. 249, ii. 106
Conceited, conceptive, apprehensive, vi. 423 County, an earl, a peer, i. 267, 466
Concent, agreement in music, iii. 78

Couplement, i. 128, vi. 444
Conclusions, experiments, iv. 363, v. 457 Courage, mettle, spirit, iii. 485
Concolinel, i. 88, 142

Course, carrière of a horse, i. 427
Concupy, concupiscence, v. 367

Courser's-hair, a vulgar superstition concern-
Condition, profession or art, iv. 5

ing, vi. 83
Condition, nature, disposition, ii. 15, 540, iii. Court-cupboard, a cabinet, i. 228
99, v. 536, vi. 276

Court holy-water, glozing speeches, v. 45
Conduct, a conductor, a guide, i, 253, 289, ü. Court of wards, i. 205
272, 408, vi. 396

Courts, a term in tennis, ii. 13
Coney-catch, to cheat, i. 372

Cousin, a kinsman, i. 229
Coney-catcher, a sharper, a trickster, ü. 644 Covent, a convent, iv, 236
Confess and be hanged, a cant phrase, vi. 306 Cover, to prepare the table, iii. 111
Conger and fennel, ü. 286

Cower, to bend or sink, iii. 205
Conjurations, entreaties, i. 288

Cowl-staff, a pole used to carry a bucket, ii.
Consent, agreement, unison, ii. 320, iii. 78 L 382

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