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ROBERT CAWDREY A TABLE ALPHABETICALL OF HARD USUAL ENGLISH WORDS (1604) EDITED BY Raymond G. Siemens, Department of English, University of British Columbia © 1994 the Editor From STC 4884 and Robert Cawdrey, A Table Alphabeticall, ed. Robert A. Peters (Gainesville, Florida: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, 1966). All rights reserved. This publication, however, may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted electronically or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the editor as long as the text has not been changed in any way. ISBN 1-896016-00-6 MADE IN CANADA

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Cawdrey's Work, and the Development of the Dictionary in Early Modern England
Robert Cawdrey's Table Alphabeticall, first printed in 1604, is generally regarded to be the first fully developed representative of the monolingual dictionary in English. For each of the 2543 headwords contained in its first edition, Cawdrey provided a concise definition -- the standard entry rarely exceeded more than a few words, usually synonyms -- and he marked those words thought to be of French or Greek origin; in some cases, he also marked those words which were a "kind of" a larger group. Cawdrey added material to each of its three later editions (1609, 1613, 1617), ultimately to define over 3200 words, but did not vary his method. While small and unsophisticated by today's standards, the Table was the largest dictionary of its type at the time and, when viewed in the full context of Early Modern English lexicography, it exemplifies the movement from words lists and glosses to dictionaries which more closely resemble those of today. Cawdrey, as he notes in the epistle, gathered the contents of the Table over a period of some years, likely beginning during his first appointment as schoolmaster in 1563. His interest was in defining "hard vsual English wordes," words that might challenge the contemporary, unskilled reader. While he does deal with neologisms and "inkhorn" terms, and while the Table's epistle and introductory passage do address concerns about the nature of language as it was currently being used, the matter of this dictionary suggests that Cawdrey's chief concern was didactic; he hoped to provide the meanings and fixed forms of the many difficult words that would be encountered both in the writing and the speech of the time. For today's reader, the Table provides insights into Early Modern life, as well as valuable linguistic and lexicographic information. In putting together the Table's first edition, Cawdrey borrowed entries and methods from a number of diverse sources. He looked to several Latin-English dictionaries, including Thomas Cooper's Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae (1565) and Thomas Thomas's Dictionarium Linguae Latinae et Anglicanae (1587). Among popular didactic texts of the

which involved expansion and contraction in definitions. these include Arthur Golding's An exposition of certein woords. Cawdrey once again became a schoolmaster. Two years later. Gregory Martin's Explication of Certaine Wordes in William Fulke's reprinting of the Rheims' New Testament (1600). Cawdrey's Life Little is known about the life of Robert Cawdrey. Further promotion soon followed: in 1570 he was advanced in the priesthood. John Rastell's Exposition of Certaine Difficult and Obscure Wordes . Edmund Coote's English SchooleMaister (1596). of Meteors (1571) to be of value. or Exposition of the Gospels (1569). His return. These last charges would occupy Cawdrey until 1591 and. His sources are clearly reflected in his work but. he was charged with not reading the state-approved homilies. he brings to the Table the rationale of a lexicographer concerned with producing a unified. Cawdrey is responsible for two other works. of the Lawes of this Realme (1598). . and in the company of his benefactors. He also compiled A Treasurie or Store-House of Similes (1600. in 1565. He also turned to glosses of religious. systematic. Cawdrey has put his imprint upon them. In 1576. and literary texts for some of his material. Rather. his service was again under scrutiny. and William Fulke's Goodly Gallery . In addition to the Table. 1609). he would put the Table in the form of its first printing with the assistance of his son Thomas. who was also a schoolmaster. however. and in 1578 he was suspended briefly for solemnizing a matrimony. the charges would ultimately lead Cawdrey to lose his rectory as well as his ministerial authority.'s glossary to his translation of Gaebelkhover's Artzneybuch (1599). . but in 1586 Cawdrey was brought before his bishop on charges stemming. he wrote a tract entitled A Short and Fruitefull Treatise of the Profit of Catechising. Peter Bale's The Writing Schoolmaster (1590). With his living removed. a rite for which he was not qualified. in the English county of Rutland. the next year. though lacking university training. and a standardization of definition form. is not such that we should consider Cawdrey merely a compiler of the information of others. was hastened by a promise of future good behaviour. 1538 and. he was ordained deacon. though his work is somewhat of an amalgam of previously-existing works. he found Richard Mulcaster's Elementarie (1582). the Harrington family. entitled The old and obscure words of Chaucer. While rector in 1580. M. which was attached to Neil Hemmingsen's A Postill. Geffrey Chaucer (1600). Later editions of Cawdrey's Table looked to these works and beyond for additional material. Though he would hold this post for over 15 years. after only several months of suspension. scientific. his puritanical leanings would prove troublesome for him. This is evident in his method of compilation. He was born ca. from his lack of canonical obedience. Notes Regarding This Text . . and Thomas Speght's glossary. A. but a brief biography can be sketched from the details which do exist. and usable work. to his edition of The Works of . Sometime later. explaned. . he became schoolmaster at Oakham. again.time. and on 22 October 1571 he became rector of South Luffenham. in 1563. . Timothy Bright's Characterie (1588). this he augmented in 1604. His reliance on these works. though he had powerful allies. legal. for the most part. some regularization of headwords and words in the definitions. .

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With the interpretation thereof by plaine English words. R. the Lady Hastings. C. Greeke. or French. Sermons. or elswhere. and the Lady Leigh. (* fol. vertuous. which they shall heare or read in Scriptures.(* fol. and peace from GOD our Father. Latine. or any other vnskilfull persons. &c. AT LONDON. A1v) (* fol. Whereby they may the more easilie and better vnderstand many hard English wordes. gathered for the benefit & helpe of Ladies. Worshipfull. wisheth great prosperitie in this life. with increase of grace. and also be made able to vse the same aptly themselues. borrowed from the Hebrew. Printed by I. 1604. & are to be sold at his shop at the great North doore of Paules Church. and vnderstanding of hard vsuall English wordes. Legere. the Ladie Wingfield. Gentlewomen. the Lady Dudley. et non intelligere. through Iesus Christ our Lord and onely Sauiour. neglegere est. As good not read. BY this Table (right Honourable & Worshipfull) strangers that blame our tongue of difficultie. the Lady Mountague. for Edmund Weauer. R. A1r *) ATable Alphabeticall. as not to vnderstand. and vncertaintie may heereby plainly see. conteyning and teaching the true writing. & better vnderstand those . & godlie Ladies. A2r *) To the right honourable. his Christian friends.

your Honours and Worships mother. your Ladiships brother was my scholler. A2v *) The Epistle. humbly take my leaue.things. 1604. and at such time as the right Worshipfull Sir Iames Harington Knight. euer ready in Christ Iesus to be commaunded. Robert Cawdrey. and also for that I acknowledge my selfe much beholding and indebted to the most of you. Lucie Harington. the true writing of many hard English words. of Iune. since this time. And thus praying. When. Your Honors and Worships. A2 Now (* fol. which I found in that vertuous & godly Lady. borrowed from the Greeke. (beeing all naturall sisters) I am bold to make you all ioyntly patrons heereof. I doe with all good wishes to you all. long ago for the most part. Now when I had called to mind (right honorable and Worshipfull) the great kindnesse. and vnder your names to publish this simple worke. and how to know one from the other. Which worke. with the interpretation thereof by plaine English words. Latine & French. but lately augmented by my sonne Thomas. that is. with all yours. was gathered by me. and my especiall friend in the Lord. will blesse both your Honors and Worships. which they haue thought hard. by the vse of this little worke. A3r *) To the Reader. SVch as by their place and calling. that God of his vnspeakeable mercies. (* fol. as to mine owne soule. who now is Schoolemaister in London. (but especially Preachers) as haue occasion to speak publiquely before the . Heerby also the true Orthography. Couentry this xxvij. and bountifulnes. And children heerby may be prepared for the vnderstanding of a great number of Latine words: which also will bring much delight & iudgement to others. may be learned and knowne. (and now my singuler benefactor) when I taught the Grammer schoole at Okeham in the County of Rutland: In consideration whereof.

the which is. will say they speak in their mother tongue. but labour to speake so as is commonly receiued. as the fewest haue done. the other is Country-speech. (* fol. some is learned English. Also. Another chops in with English Italianated. & ordering their wits. and applyeth the Italian phrase to our English speaking.ignorant people. vsing their speech. are to bee admonished. & far fetched colours of strange antiquitie. they were not able to tell. that professeth to vtter his minde in plaine Latine. A3v *) To the Reader. that one might know what another meaneth? Therefore. and acquaint themselues with the plainest & best kind of speech. for counterfeyting the Kings English. & say. Those therefore that will auoyde this follie. would needs speake Poetrie. like as they loue to go in forraine apparrell. or els standeth it not in wholsome matter. will talk French English. some far iournied gentlemen. and so as the most ignorant may well vnderstand them: neyther seeking to be ouer fine or curious. or the one is Court talke. at their returne home. must seeke from time to time such words as are commonlie . but one might well charge them. so they will pouder their talke with ouer-sea language. or vnderstand what they say. and neuer blush at the matter. and yet these fine English Clearks. & othersome is rude English. and vse altogether one manner of language. nor yet liuing ouer carelesse. Doth any wise man think. and apt declaring of a mans mind? Do we not speak. as most men doe. that they forget altogether their mothers language. He that commeth lately out of France. or els we must of necessitie banish all affected Rhetorique. either wee must make a difference of English. because we would haue other to vnderstand vs? or is not the tongue giuen for this end. as if an Orator. that they neuer affect any strange ynckhorne termes. so that if some of their mothers were aliue. matter. Some men seek so far for outlandish English. that wit resteth in strange words.

vtter words most apt for their purpose. In waightie causes. A4r *) To the Reader. the whole conceit of their mind. Albeit some. and know what they meane. as precious stones are set in a ring. that properly agree vnto that thing. First. the order of the Letters as they stand. (n) about the mid- . and plainly expresse the nature of the same. by vsing words out of (* fol. Thirdly. And looke what words wee best vnderstand. the same (* fol. foure things would chiefly be obserued in the choise of wordes. do warily speake. and such as properly may expresse in plaine manner. to wit. Now such are thought apt words. A4v *) To the Reader. from one signification to another. like order must be taken. they that haue regard of their estimation and credite. should be proper vnto the tongue wherein we speake. not onely doe not obserue this kind of aptnesse. graue wordes are thought most needfull. ) be vsed to beautifie the sentence. and such like. may the rather appeare. and first applied. of place. and applying them to diuers matters. and to profit by this Table. that such words as wee vse. and where euery Letter standeth: as (b) neere the beginning. but also they fall into much fondnes.receiued. Fourthlie. If thou be desirous (gentle Reader) rightly and readily to vnderstand. without all discretion. to the vttrance of our purpose. that they be apt and meete. that words translated. in the vehemencie of theyr talke. (called of the Grecians Tropes. Therfore for this end. Againe. same should soonest be spoken. So likewise of other. which they signifie. Therefore. that they be plaine for all men to perceiue. most properly to set out the matter. to commend the gold. then thou must learne the Alphabet. & with choise. that the greatnes of the matter. perfecty without booke.

And the French are marked thus [fr] but such words as are deriued from the latin. haue no marke at all. abbreuiat. And further vnderstand. or make [fr] abbridge. or wandering. but if with (v *) looke towards the end. if thy word beginne with (ca) looke in the beginning of the letter (c) but if with (cu) then looke toward the end of that letter. and (t) toward the end. short.) standeth for Greeke. or wandering. [fr] abdi(* fol. abba. B. abecedarie. (* synonyms end *) [fr] abbut. or gr. contayning and teaching the true writing. to lie vnto. y y y (k) standeth for a kind of. (g. B1v *) An Alphabeticall table . A y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] ABandon. Againe. (g) . father. or yeelde vp. or hee that vseth them. Nowe if the word. [fr] abbettors. to maintaine. or border vpon. [fr] abbesse. [fr] abet. that whereas all such words as are deriued & drawne from the Greek. The French words haue this [fr] before them. Mistris of a Nunnerie. (* fol. abbatesse. a going astray. aberration. &c. comforters of others. and vnderstanding of hard vsuall English words. aberration. to leaue or forsake. begin with (a) then looke in the beginning of this Table. which thou art desirous to finde. a going a stray. (* synonyms *) to shorten. B1r *) A Table Alphabeticall. And so of all the rest. counsellors. blush. as one lands end meets with another. cast away.dest. Abash. &c. the order of the Letters. are noted with this letter.

to make an end of [fr] acquitall. curious. accidentall. sharpnes. or a way to a place. hate. free comming to. an accident extraordinary accident. discharge: abstract. abricot. forsweare: abolish. or sowernesse [fr] acheeue. irksome. cunning. vnorderly. deface. disanull. absolution. make sure. not by nature accomodate. lending [fr] account. a chance. tune. take away. an agreeing to some former act done before. purchasing [fr] action. or make an end of. or to entertaine willingly. denie. acces(* fol. acetositie. (* synonyms *) make voyde. accommodating. or out of vse. base. [fr] accord. or happening. without a preface. agreement betweene persons accurate. getting. (k) kind of fruit: abrogate. to make fit too. destroy. refuse. put away. abhorre. renounce. the rising or falling of the voice. forgiuenes. accent. abolited. [fr] acceptance. [fr] accrew. foolish. partaker in the same thing [fr] accessorie. or disdaine. academie. abiect. finish. certifie.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y abdicate. grow. perfect. the forme of a suite . or forsake. B2r *) of hard English words. or vpright. goe. discharge acquisition. falling by chance. absolue. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y accessarie. increase. despise. diligent. accesse. borne before the time. finish. absurd. or Oxford: academicke. as Cambridge. (* synonyms end *) [fr] abortiue. cast away. abruptly. reckon. or conuenient to the purpose [fr] accomplish. drawne away from another: a litbooke or volume gathered out of a greater. in disdaine: abiure. to take liking of. accept. or acquite: absolute. of the sect of wise and learned men. [fr] acertaine. disallow. an Uniuersitie.

wittie. adorne. lying too. cleauing to. . y y [fr] aduousion. or be in loue with admiration. that is not a substance. to counterfeit. ready. quick adage. receiuing. actuall. lift vp to honor: aduent. or counsell: adulation. farewell [fr] addresse. deferre. adamantine. a spokesman. or any property. aduise. or giue a liuing. preferre. quicke. an accidental qualitie. adopt. see E. B3r *) of hard English words. or backward [fr] aduertise. B2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y adiacint. prepare. an old speech. the comming aduerse. contrary. or to deny administer. or doe seruice vnto administrator. adustion. B2 adiacint. serue. adiure. adioyning too adiunct. giue knowledge. or taking part with. (* fol. or put off till another time. [fr] adiourne. flatterie. wonderment. apparrell. beautifie. to take for his child. or reuerence. Æ. or shewing it selfe in deed acute. make to sweare. nimble. or man of law. worthy admission. reioycing [fr] admirall. or rule. appointed too adhærent. gouerne. in act. one that doth busines for an other admire. [fr] aduowsion. (* fol. [fr] adiew. or corrupt: aduocate. or fauning adulterate. burning.y y y y y y y y y actiue. chiefe by sea. or prouerbe. [fr] aduaunce. patronage. giuen too. plead. or rosting. or direct. prepare. maruell at. freely to choose [fr] adore. as hard as Diamont addict. worship. or power to present. or leaue to enter into a place. sharp. atturney. accept.

tossed agonie. obedience of a subiect allienate. [gr] similitude. or to make a thing another mans. salute alledge. and curteous in speech. acertaine [fr] affiance. doer. more then the bare letter[fr] allegiance. . allusion. meaning and pointing to another matter then is spoken in words allude. B3 alchi(* fol. knowledge. gracious in words. to desire earnestly. alledging allegorie. all haile. inclined affinitie.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y affable. or with-drawe the mind. a sound to the battell. (k) stone alarum. anguish. or commissioner aggrauate. nimblenes. kindred. liuelines alablaster. driuen. sower. a stranger [fr] alienate. akecorne. make more grieuous. (g) order of letters in the crosserow. disposed. stirred. or quicknes agglutinate. [gr] heauie passion. nourishment. readie. or acknowledging agitate. (k) fruit alacritie. aliment. trust [fr] affianced. sharpe. sustenance alpha. griefe [fr] aigre. or league. the art of turning other mettals into gold. [gr] the first Greeke letter alphabet. a misticall speech. and more heauie: agilitie. or make more easie and light [fr] alliance. B3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y alchimie. busines [fr] affect. asswage. to speake one thing that hath resemblence and respect to another. or to mind affected. a steward. auouch. set at libertie. to ioyne together agnition. kinne by marriage affirme. cheerefulnes. [fr] affaires. betrothed [fr] affranchise. agent. [fr] alien. to estrange. bring proofe allegation.

or make bigger. ambiguous. amplifie. [fr] ambassa(* fol. straight. analisis. make voyd. or bring to nothing. anathema. messenger ambition. chronicles of things from yeare to yeare. or contention altitude. (g) cutting vp of the body. narrow. one that playeth on both hands. analogie. or gouerner. or amercement. [gr] when the land is without a prince. noting. anchoue. vncertaine [fr] ambushment. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] ambassadour. amiable. [gr] resolution. or striuing for preferment ambodexter. considering. to knit or ioyne together. (* synonyms end *) amiable. enlarge. (k) of fruite. [fr] anguish. deuiding into parts. priuie traine. amitie. [gr] conuenience. (* synonyms *) fine. annex. friendship. anarchie. long circumstance of words. height amaritude. annalis. wrangling. . or with a good grace. [fr] amorte. anatomie. full of loue. B4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y animaduersion. debate. angust. without life. loue. lying secretly to intrap by the way [fr] amerce. amorous. B4r *) of hard English words. (* fol. or marking. animate. [fr] angle.y y y y altercation. louely. desire of honour. extinguished. corner. penalty. doubtfull. annihilate. dead. (g) accursed or giuen ouer to the deuill. griefe. bitternesse ambage. proportion. encourage. animauersion.

care or sorrow. anthem. or excuse by speech. (g) against. to seeke to a higher Iudge. apostotate (g) a backslider. or contrarie to Christ. apocrypha (g) not of authoritie. (* synonyms *) belonging vnto another appurtenance. or belonging to another thing. rebellion. or contrarietie. a thing hidden. appertinent. a yeares minde. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y annotations. or strange sight. [fr] antidate.y y y y y y y y y y y y y anniuersarie. apocalipse. antiquitie. [fr] appeale. in sight. or remedy against poyson. apostacie (g) falling away. antidote. anxitie. yearely. briefe doctrines or instructions. B5r *) of hard English words. [fr] appease. or one sent. an auncestour. appall. antecessor. antichrist. song. [fr] appeach. aphorisme. or bewray. . thing. whose originall is not knowne. (* synonyms end *) appetite. annuall. auncientnes. apothegme (g) short wittie sentence. backslyding. (g) contrarietie of qualities. antipathie. a man skilled. anticke. antiquarie. accuse. apostle (g) an ambassadour. or done and comming yearely. or open. feare. quiet. disguised. or pacifie. apparant. appendix. anticipation. apparition. appearance. desire to any thing. antithesis (g) a repugnancie. (g) a counterpoise. or predecessour that goeth or liueth in the age or place before vs. hanging. or speech. or a searcher of antiquities. apologie (g) defence. (g) reuelation. preuenting by a foreknowledge. a fore date. (* fol. annotations. (g) generall rule in phisick.

and vnderstanding. drinesse aristocratical. chiefe bishop architest. or challenge arrogant. to shew a liking of. and keepe to. and for himselfe alone. application. (* fol. (g) gouernement of a kingdome by the peares and nobility. oppose. (* synonyms end *) arrogate. conceite. or make good. fit arbiter. (* synonyms *) come to land. or things left vndone and duties comming behind. to take. arch. to please well. proude. award. (* fol. heate. alowe. y y y y y y y y y arke. betwixt men. . (g) chiefe angell archbishop. or liking. (g) chiefe. coyne argue. to claime. approbation. or lay hold of arride. approch. B6r *) of hard English words. arrest. or resorting to appose. siluer. arithmeticke. apprehension. earnest ardencie. come nigh. to content [fr] arriue. censure. allowance. chiefe builder. to aske questions. stay. adding or setting too. appropriate. apt. arriuall. applying too. approue. shippe or chest [fr] armorie. presumptuous. debt vnpaid. (* synonyms end *) [fr] arbitrement. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y application. iudgement. arch-angell. house of armour [fr] arrerages. (* synonyms *) a Iudge in a controuersie arbitratour. apposition. earnestnes argent. (g) art of numbring arke. B5v *) An Alphabeticall table. hoate. ardent. to reason ariditie.y applaude. or approch. as it were by clapping of hands.

adde to. engines or instruments for war. or [fr] assaile. to make like. an auouching. goe vp. (* synonyms end *) astronomie. workmanlike. asperation. or a triall: assent. assure: certaine assentation. looking vpon. excuse. flattery: speaking faire aspect. helpe association. diligence assigne. (g) (* synonyms *) knowledge of astrologie. climbe vp. (* synonyms *) binding. handicrafts-man artificially. beholding much. (* synonyms end *) [fr] assay. appoint. assistance. ioyning together in fellowship. attribute vnto askey. to accompanie. gather together. auouching of any thing asseueration. sharpe. assertion. worthie. earnest affirming assiduitie continuance. or ioyning astringent. artichok. (* synonyms *) to set vpon. subtiltie: or a cunning peece of worke artificer.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y artifice. affirming. skill. companie assent. an agreement astrictiue. or easie to be seene. together. ordaine assignation. (* fol. (g) the starres. asquint. asperat. (* synonyms end *) . set together. or high. ascend. cunningly articulate. or vnpleasant. or awry. or witnessing of a thing. [fr] assault. or clime vp ascent. (* synonyms *) looking aside. ioynted. sight aspectable. appointment. B6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y aspect. breathing. or come to. to proue. cleare astipulation. assimulate. (k) herbe [fr] artillery. (* synonyms end *) [fr] assemble. or to point out. to compare with. or follow [fr] assoyle. giue to. assemblie. and distinguish. proofe. consent. or consent assertaine. associate. rough. agreement. a going vp ascribe. aspire.

augment. (* synonyms end *) atheisme. or pull back austere. atheist. to turne from. conuict of crime [fr] attainder. proue. or general ground of any Art: . cruell authenticall. staying for. [fr] attempt. ensnare attribute. or call to witnesse attrap. or beleeuing atheall. to witnesse. hearing. auburne (k) colour audience. (g) (* fol. or marking attenuate. or impute. heedie. easie to be heard. guessing.astrolabe. rough. to call from. rash. call to witnes. auert. sease vpon. B7v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y auert. or keepe away. [fr] attach. bold. auer. that which may be allowed and affirmed [fr] avouch. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y astrolabe. a conuiction. (g) the opinion of the atheist. or take in hand attendance. the haruest axiome (g) a certaine principle. (* fol. watching. or coniecturing at things to come: [fr] avowable. or inordinate desire of money. to encrease auguration. or officer of accounts audible. God. or those that heare. hearer. affirme with earnest. defend. (g) of authoritie. or prouing guiltie of a crime or fault. B7r *) of hard English words. or wayting vpon. giue to. rest or hold [fr] attaint. or hearkening. or denying any of his attributes. to make thinner or weaker attest. (g) an instrument to know the motion of the starres. that there is no God. allowed by authoritie: the originall autumne. couetousnes. (g) (* synonyms *) without. auouch. set vpon. auoke. sharpe. or foolish hardie auditor. audacious. attentiue. auarice.

(* fol. rudeness [fr] barke. a faggot. happines beldam. or change baud. quarreller. feast. (k) of fruite barbarisme. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y baptisme. office beagle. ballance. whore bauin. the goddesse of warre benediction. one allowed to giue counsell. small ship barnacle. for euer azure. a baptiser barbarian. B y y y y y y BAile. euer. a paire of scales. grauell. (k) tree. praysing or blessing beneficiall. (k) hound beatitude. bankerout. or sprinkling. profitable beneuolence. (k) bird barrester. blessednes. at any time. blush. (g) dipping. (k) of colour. or shamefast [fr] battrie.y y ay. B8v *) An Alphabeticall table . benigne. beadle. barbarousnes. a contentious person. B8r *) of hard English words. (k) fish barbarie. suretie. baptist. company of men. to bargaine. parent. beat bankerupt. beating or striking bay. [fr] balase. or fighter: [fr] barter. good will. [fr] band. (* fol. witnes. or fauour. or to pleade: barreter. or an assembly. or maister: bellona. waster banquet. or other thing. or kid bashfull. bang. a rude person barbell. baptisme. wherewith ships are poysed to goe vpright: or weight.

publish. or kindnes [fr] benisson. ouer-seer. lymber.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y benigne. beate [fr] bouge. or of men with beasts. giue: bereft. buggerie. or cap. voide. (* fol. report. brooch. besiedge. robd. ship braule. fine. brittle. compasse betrothed. or robber by the high way side. stirre. (g) to speake ill of God: blattering. a small ship brothell. fauourable. (g) short writing. iewell. ioy. boate. or hath had two wiues billiment. noyse. or happines. brachygraphie. (* synonyms end *) [fr] brigand. shortnes brickle. hat. [fr] bruite. proude [fr] brandish. blessing bequeath. affianced. alone. or white lime bleate. or promised in marriage: bewaile. coate of defence [fr] brigantine. to shake a sword breuitie. a theefe. (* synonyms *) easiely broken. vaine babling [fr] blanch. deuided into two parts bisket. wrangle. bread: bishop. depriued. cry blisse. a cophin wherein dead men are carried: bigamie. shew forth blaspheme. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y braule. report. C1r *) of hard English words. bob. or prelate blase. keeper of a house of baudry. complaine [fr] biere. . gentlenes. iewell. to make white. (g) twise maried. mone. curteous. coniunction with one of the same kinde. or garment bipartite. [fr] brigandine. gentle: benignitie. trim. [fr] bragard. remoue from a place. [fr] bonnet.

to examine by rule: canopie. or teare canon (g) law. calli(* fol. kind of herbe. bigge. pleasing the flesh: carpe. (g) fayre writing. or deceit calumniation. make subiect. deface. distinguishing by parts captious. or receiet. cassere. apt to learne. glasse buglasse. or deuide carnalitie. capitulation. captiue. . [fr] capuchon. or a prisoner. (* fol. y [fr] cassere. couer capitall. a hood [fr] cancell. make warme. trouble. coyne [fr] burgesse. (g) make a saint. or principall carminate. fleshlines carnall. a head man of a towne. C1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y calliditie. (k) herbe bullyon. or false accusation. to make salt: calefie. calcinate. capacitie. wise. and punishment: capable. deadly. or woorthy of shame. camphire. or chafe. or out of office. to card wooll. affliction. calygraphie. cardinall. fleshly. or great. or fit to receiue. a discrediting by worde. to vndoe. C y y y y CAlamitie. heate.y y y y bugle. put away. or wrangle. take exception against. largenes of a place: conceit. catching. deceitfull. crosse out. dismisse. C2r *) of hard English words. or rule canonise. craftines. C. chiefe. prisoner captiuate. subtile.

chambering. white leade. church. to keepe solemlie celeritie. that teacheth the principles of Christian religion. cauill. diuine passing excellent. heauenly. catholicke. or taking heede celebrate. ceruse. catalogue. (k) fruite chirograph. or lime. or names category. to commend. or rehearesall of words. cathedrall. (g) hand writing chiromancie (g) telling of fortunes. wilde field. or painting that women vse. a flowing of humors from the head. chaistisement. (g) beadroole. knight-hood cherubin. scoffe. or stampe: [fr] chaunt. make famous. a iudge. or reformer of manners censure. chaunce or hap castigation. captaine of a hundren men. censor. [fr] cheualrie. putting in minde. swiftnes. (g) the fashion of a Letter. sinke: character. cement. morter. hast celestiall. order of Angels: chibball. lightnes. sing [fr] champion. blaming. by the lines in the hands: . also a challenger. or reformation centre. a marke. holy. or reason subtilly caution. a correction.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y casualtie. cheife in the diocesse catharre. tribute chanell. to publish. (g) an accusation catechiser. centurion. C2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. correction. (g) vniuersall or generall. cessement. a grant of any thing confirmed by seale. to iest. and wanton behauiour in priuate places charter. warning. (g) middest of any round thing C2 or (* fol. a corrector. *) or circle.

(g) (* synonyms *) historie wrichronographer. wise. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y chronologie.y y y y y y y chirurgion. or intrap craftily. claritude. to limit. things that are about vs. cibaries. that accompaneth any thing. (g) that which ariseth by degrees. drink made of apples circuit. . C3r *) of hard English words. meates. C 3 client. place &c circumstant. a speaking of that in many words. curtesie. to close in. clamarus. ter. (g) storie of times past. C3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y client. honest in conuersation. and dooing matters aduisedly. binde about circumscribe. (* synonyms end *) chronicall. clemencie. chiefe. climate. a portion of the worlde betwixt north and south climactericall. and approued. quicke of sight. heedie. or compasse circumligate. which may be said in few circumstance. to deceaue. renowne. about. a qualitie. circumcise. gentlenes. (g) a surgion choller. or gentle in behauiour. circumlocution. citron. as time. mirth. to cut the priuie skin circumference. (k) fruit ciuilitie. [gr] a humor causing anger chough. to compasse about with a line. (k) bird: christ. cleerenes. (g) returning at certaine times chro(* fol. as the sixtie third yeere is climactericall of the seauentie. (* fol. he that is defended. circumspect. [fr] clauicordes. making a great noyse chassick. nourishment cider. circumuent. (g) annointed chronickler. the round and outmost circuit.

cousanage colume. (k) stage play. heale. entercourse of merchandise. exposition of any thing commerce. a beginning or entrance comet. make partaker. or a place to sup in cogitation. (* synonyms end *) compact. easily burnt combustion. C4r *) of hard English words. combination. medecine coble. ioyned together. fit. common people. (g) a blasing starre comentarie. or common-wealth communion. (* synonyms *) fellowcommunitie. or giue part vnto [fr] communaltie. commination. burning or consuming with fire. supper. cockatrice. commotion. or menacing. collaterall. amend coadiutor. communicate. commiseration. rehearsing or remembring [fr] commencement. a kind of beast cænation. pleasant. or consume with fire com(* fol. deceit. a short banquet collect. musing cognition. or coupling together combure. or disquietnesse. a ioyning. gather together colleague. trouble. in due place collation. a fellow helper. burne. fellowship. as two lines drawne equally distant one from another. comedie. one side of a page of a booke combine. corner collect. ioyning. thought. handled merily like a comedie commemoration. profitable. threatning.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y clister. companion. knowledge cohærence. recitall. [fr] coin. gather collusion. comicall. & vniting together. rebellion. or couple together. on the other side. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y combustible. pittie commodious. or an agreement. ouer against. ship. .

desire . constitution of the body. [fr] complices. or mingling together. force. constraint computation. (* fol. harlot. made by parties chosen on either side comprimit. pricking concauitie. y y y y y y y y y concise. briefe or short concoct. fellowes in wicked matters compose. concinnate. to force. or office. a making. ioyned. or vex together concubine. finely apparelled concise. a recompence: compeare. finished Complexion. C4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y compensation. iudge compte. to digest meate concord. that another doth: compile. fellow-feeling compell. taine. hollownes conceale. fulfilled. short. to treade vnderfoote concupiscence. decked: trimmed compulsion. fine. to keepe close conception. or congealed together concruciate. agreement. like competent. conculcate. sufficient. an account or reckoning compunction. hee that sueth for the same thing. or constraine compendious. conceiuing in the wombe. or ioyne together composition. (* synonyms end *) comprimise. perfecting of any thing complet. gather together complement. made fit. (* synonyms *) agreeconcordance. nature. comprehend. or light huswife. ment. conuenient. (* synonyms end *) concrete. C5r *) of hard English words. profitable com(* fol.y y y compassion. pitty. apt: competitor. agreement. to torment. make. (* synonyms *) to concomprise.

condigne. C5v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y confine. agree vnto. hope confine. strife.y y y y y y y y y y y y concurre. to talke together confection. worthie condiscende. destroy. or winking at conquest. make holie. or birth consecrate. trust. or giue vnto. to be greeued. or meete. compare one to another. or consent condole. compounding. forfeiture or losse of goods conflict. or likenes. concurse. talking together. making or mingling. (* synonyms end *) coniunction. or hiring confabulate. or sorrowfull with another. ioyning together coniure. congeale. communication. or victorie consanguinitie. or ware hard. to conspire together. conduct. kinred by blood. a heaping vp conglutinate. or disorder. to sweare by. battaile. ouerthrow. or freeze together congestion. to border vpon. fight conforme. . (* synonyms *) agreablenes. ioyning together conuiuence. establish [fr] confiscation. to dedicate. consent confound. sufferance. confidence. gather together congruence. confederate. running together of many to a place. opposse. to harden. agreeing peaceably together by couenants made conferre. agree together. connexion. a complayning. [fr] confront. congregate. to ioyne together congratulate. (* fol. congruitie. talke together conference. to reioyce with another for some good fortune. to make like vnto. mingle together. to compasse in confirme. runne together. guiding.

one that followeth any opinion. consent. comfort consonant. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y consectarie. modest. consolation. excellent conspire. agreement consequence. or company conspicuous. or ioyne a companion vnto. bestowe vpon. agree together. contingent. wrangle contestate. companie with. place of ciuill iudgement consociate. keepe. or infecteth. abstaining. likelie consort. or decrees construe. the agreeing of the matter going before. (* synonyms end *) conserue. C6r *) of hard English words. or musing contend. a bestowing of any thing contributorie. consist. contradiction. a company of starrs constitutions. stand [fr] consistorie. giuing a part to any thing . happening by chaunce contract. with that which followeth. constellation. accomplish. lawes. fulfill. wisely. or couenant. contaminate. a companion. defiled contemplation. continent. or finish. take counsaile consumate. make short. or giue vnto contribution. by order. gaine saying contribute. expound consul. infectious. or maintaine consideratly. consult. also a bargaine. agreeable.consectarie (* fol. defiled. that which corrupteth. meditation. chast: also the firme land where no ile or sea is. saue. C6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y contemplation. (* fol. to call to witnes context. contagious. or corrupted contaminouse. easie to be seene. for to doe euill. and with aduise. a cheife gouernor among the Romanes. (* synonyms *) following consequent.

[fr] conuoy. or great correspondent. broken. or strengthen. sadnes contriue. a waiting vppon: or keeping company in the way. stubbornnes. grosse of body. confute. conuocation. or coupling together cordwainer. well beseeming conuenticle. or companion cophin. or chest for a dead body to be put in. an assembling. easily corrected corroborate. C7v *) An Alphabeticall table . connulsion. confirme. or calling together. (* fol. hauing a bodie: [fr] corps. contempt contumelie. comforting the hart.y y y y y y y y y y y y y contrite. or make strong. bruised. plentifull. grosse corporall. gnawd about corrosiue. proued guiltie. bring before a iudge conuenient. that the one cannot be without the otherr. *) manifestly. fellow partaker. to ouercome. fit. fat. C7r *) of hard English words. (g) basket. competitors carnositie. a pulling. make contumacie. or trade cordiall. or beaten conuent. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. things are so linked together. corrigible. bodily corporate. abounding copulation. (* fol. corroded. change conuict. slaunder. turne. reproch contusion. shoemaker. ioyning. deade bodie corpulent. sorrow. copious. sorrowfull contrition. or proue manifestly. companie with conuert. when 2. full of flesh. ouercome conuince. or shrinking vp copartner. [fr] coriuals. answerable correllatiues. a little assemblie conuerse.

(* synonyms *) faultie. picked diligence. (* fol. crocodile. or secret crystaline. to change againe: [fr] countermaund. raw. secrete [fr] counterchange. custodie. to builde. make leuell. or to weigh. bowed. restraine. one wall against another. fasten to a crosse crude. bed. fault. (k) hearh [fr] counteruaile. (k) beast crucifie. not digested: crupt. curuefie. fatnesse or thicknesse [fr] counterpoise. or made crooked. (g) hidden.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y corrosiue. tilling curiositie. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y criminous. [fr] crible. crassitude. commaund contrarie [fr] countermine. true credulitie. or christall. readie to belieue. keeping. a foote and a halfe culpable. (g) description of the world. criticall. as heuie as another thing. &c. (* synonyms end *) crisped. blame-worthy. cursorilie. vndermine one against another. lie downe: [fr] couert. or briefely. that wherein is some criminall. not ripe. greater carefulnes. keepe in: credible. (g) which giueth iudgement of sicknes. hidden place. rashnes in belieuing [fr] creuas. C8r *) of hard English words. rift. couering creditor. or trusteth another: credulous. cowslip. [fr] countermure. cubite. of equall valew credence. swiftly. guiltie. beliefe [fr] curbe. then is seemly or necessarie. bound in the bodie [fr] couch. which may be beleeued [fr] couerture. curled. or frisled. costiue. fretting cosmographie. culture. he which lendeth. sifted criminous. (g) cleere like glasse. or looking to . husbandry.

froward. (* fol. (g) prouider for the poore demonaicke. cypher. to giue for euer. take or drawe out. cynicall. want. deduct. distrust. affable. blot out. wherein things are sod for phisicke. or speake ill of defect. or giuing place too. or diminish. (g) the ten commaundements: decacordon. to slaunder. a departing. or beseeming decease. or make an end of. [fr] debonnayre. or open the meaning. liquor. of no value of it selfe. Damna(* fol. contention debar. y y y y y deduct. bring out of fashion defame. and to make other figures of more value. . decline. describe. decorum. comlie. or swarue from. C8v *) An Alphabeticall table D y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y DAmnable. an instrument of musicke. but serueth to make vp the number. a walking abroade [fr] debate. [fr] deface. decipher. (g) an instrument with tenne strings decent. weakenes. decision. curteous. decalogue. (g) doggish. an oration of a matter feyned. decide. D1r *) of hard English words. (g) a circle numbering. strife.y y y cymball. let: debilitie. abate. staine. deacon. fayling [fr] defie. fall away. very old dedicate. cutting away. or to count. (g) possessed with a deuill. faintnes. declamation. so called. comlines decrepite. gentle. decoction. to determine. not to be allowed. deambulation.

Godhead deifie. demonstrate. free borne denounce. deceiue. deseruing.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y define. D1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. to take good counsell delineate. discharge degenerate. put away. or ouer flowing of D. depriue. deprecation. supplication. demenour. a naming depend. [fr] deluge. or laugh to scorne. or vse delaies denison. rauish. to point out or manifest. aske demerite. mockerie. behauiour [fr] demurre. to stay. worthines democracie. or proclaime denomination. spoile. marre or corrupt. dishonest. deitie. or make worse. or giue warning of. deliberate. depraue. waters: (* fol. to keepe downe . (g) a common-wealth gouerned by the people. beguile [fr] defraye. great floode. or put downe. request. to aduise to the contrarie. or wast depose. an imbassadour. shew plainely. (* synonyms end *) deplore. dehort. declare. mone or perswade from. to lament or bewaile deplume. delight. ill shapen. or pleasure delegate. (* synonyms *) hang dependance. carrying away depopulate. to linger. or requiring of pardon depresse. daintie. or openly. pay. delicate. to shew clearely what a thing is. make like God delectation. delusion. vpon. deflower. deceiue. or disgrace deformed. ill fauored [fr] defraude. to drawe the proportion of any thing. to pull of the feathers deportation. *) waters. a deceitfull thing demaund. giuen to pleasure delude. or one appointed in anothers place. lay out. be vnlike his auncestours: to grow out of kind.

wildernesse. vnfortunate descend. to take away. withholden. bewray. aptnes.y y depriue. describe. derision. conclude detract. (* fol. thing shall be done. (* fol. vnluckie. (g) a Kings crowne: diapason. D2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y detrude. appointed. holinesse. or abhorre deteined. forsaken detest. to giue vnto. taking away from some other matter. hate greatly. D2r *) of hard English words. to marke out. accuse destinated. or forsaking designe. (g) deuillish. (* synonyms *) an appoynting how any [fr] deseignment. to copie out. destitute. or from deuote. fetch from deriuation. leaue off. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y deride. or appoint for any purpose: desist. manner of foode . account. thrust out. derogate. or laugh to scorne. or to diminish [fr] desastrous. mock. mocking deriue. or esteeme deride. or appoint vnto deuotion. or past hope. see depose depute. to write foorth. diademe. or stay desolate. detect. or to declare [fr] deseigne. a leauing. nimblenes diabolicall. or backbite detriment. without hope. take from. (g) a concorde in musick of all parts diet. disclose. (* synonyms end *) desert. [fr] deuoyre. goe downe. resolue. or kept back. left alone. dutie dexteritie. determine. losse or hurt D2 detrude. desertion. or forsaken desperate.

y y y y y y y y y y y

dialect, the manner of speech in any language, diuers from others. dialogue (g) conference, or talking together. diameter, (g) a line, crossing the midst of any circle or figure didacticall, (g) full of doctrine or instruction. diffamation, a slaundering, or speaking ill of: different, vnlikely, disagreeing, difficill, (* synonyms *) hard, vneasie, difficult, dangerous (* synonyms end *) diffident, mistrustfull diffude, poure out digest, bring into order, to deuide, & distribute things into their right place. dignity, (* fol. D3r *) of hard English words.

y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

dignitie, worthinesse digresse, turne from, goe away digression, departing from the matter in hand dilacerate, to rent in sunder: dilate, enlarge, spread abroade, or to discourse vpon largely dilemma, (g) a forked kinde of argument, which on either side entrappeth. dimension, measuring diminution, lessening diocesse, (g) iurisdiction diocesan, that hath iurisdiction direct, guide, or rule: right, straight, also to order. disable, make vnable, or finde fault with. disabilitie, vnablenes [fr] disaduantageous, hindering much disanull, make voyde, or bring to nothing. [fr] disburse, lay out money discent, comming downe from another discerne, know, put one from another, or put difference discide, cut off, or in peeces discipline, instruction, or training vp. disciple, scholler, discipher, to lay open, or make plaine

D3 dis(* fol. D3v *) An Alphabeticall table
y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

disclose, discouer, vtter, or manifest. [fr] discomfiting, putting to flight discord, disagreement, variance discretion, wise choise of one from another discusse, examine, debate, or search narrowly into: disfigure, bring out of shape, [fr] disfranchis, take away freedome: disioyne, vnioyne, or seperate disiunction, a deuiding, or seperating, [fr] disfranchised, depriued of libertie. disgrade, to discharge of his orders, or degrees. [fr] disguised, counterfeited, seeming that it is not: dislocation, setting out of right place, [fr] disloyall, one whom it is not good to trust, vntrustie, trayterous. dismember, to pull and part one peece from another. dismisse, let passe, or send away disparagement, hurt, hinderance, or disgrace: dispence, to giue licence vnto disperse, scatter, or spread abroade. dispeople, to vnpeople a place displant, to pull vp by the rootes, trees planted. (* fol. D4r *) of hard English words.

y y y y y y y y y y y

(* contd. *) planted. display, spread abroade dispose, to set in order, to appoint. disposition, naturall inclination, or setting in order. dispoyle, take away by violence, or rob disputable, questionable, or doubtfull, that may be reasoned of: dissent, disagree, to be of a contrarie opinion. dissimilitude, vnlikenes dissimulation, dissembling dissipation, scattering abroade dissolue, vnloose, or melte

y y y y y y y y y y y y

dissoluble, easie to vnloose dissolute, carelesse, rechlesse dissolution, breaking, vnloosing. dissonant, disagreeing distance, space betweene distended, stretched out, or out of ioynt. distinguish, put difference, deuide, or point out from others. distillation, (* synonyms *) dropping downe by distilling, little and little. (* synonyms end *) distinct, differing, or deuided distinction, a difference, or seperation distracted, drawne into diuerse parts distribute, (* fol. D4v *) An Alphabeticall table

y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

distribute, deuide in sunder, or to giue in sundrie parts. distribution, diuision, or laying out by parts. disturbe, disquiet, let, or interrupt disswade, to perswade to the contrarie dittie, the matter of a song. diuert, turne from, to another diuine, Heauenly godly, also to gesse, coniecture, or prophesie. diuinitie, heauenly, doctrine, also godhead. diuision, parting, or seperating diurnall, a daily mouing divulgate, publish, or make common docilitie, easie to be taught doctrine, learning, or instruction dolor, griefe, sorrow, or paine dolorous, grieuous, or sorrowfull [fr] domage, losse, harme, or hinderance domesticall, at home, belonging to houshold: priuate dominere, rule, beare sway domicilles, houses dominion, (* synonyms *) rule, lordship or domination, maistership. (* synonyms end *) donatiue, a gift, in money or other things dulcimur, (* fol. D5r *) of hard English words.

y y y y y y y

dulcimur, (k) (* synonyms *) instrudulcimar, ment. (* synonyms end *) duarchy, the equall raigne of two princes together. driblets, small debts dulcifie, sweeten dulcor, sweetnesse durable, long lasting, or of long continuance.

y y y y y y y y y y y y

Ebullient, seething ebulliated, boyled eclipse, (g) failing of the light of the sunne or moone eccho, a sound, resounding back againe ecclesiasticall, (g) belonging to the church eden, pleasure, or delight edict, a commaundement from authoritie, a proclamation. edifice, building edifie, instruct, or builde vp in knowledge. edition, putting foorth, setting abroade education, bringing vp effect, a thing done, or to bring to passe effectuall, (* fol. D5v *) An Alphabeticall table

y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

effectuall, forcible effeminate, womannish, delicate, wanton. efficacie, force, or strength efficient, working, or accomplishing effusion, powring, or running foorth eglogue, (g) a talking together egresse, foorthgoing, or passage out eiection, a casting foorth elaborate, done curiously, and dilligently. election, choise elect, chosen, or picked out elegancie, finesse of speech element, the first principle or beginning of anything. elench, (g) a subtill argument eleuate, lift vp, or heaue vp elocution, good vtterance of speech.

y y y y y y y

emerods, (k) of disease [fr] embark, (* synonyms *) to ship a thing, or imbark, load a ship. (* synonyms end *) emblem, (g) a picture shadowing out some thing to be learned. eminent, appearing, higher, or further out, excelling. emmot, pismire emphasis, (g) a forcible expressing [fr] empire, (* fol. D6r *) of hard English words.

y y y y y y y

y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y

[fr] empire, gouernement: or kingdome emulation, enuie, or imitate enarration, declaration, expounding enigmaticall, (g) full of hard questions, obscure. [fr] enchaunt, bewitch encounter, set against, or to meete [fr] encrochment, when the Lord hath gotten seisen of more rent, or seruices of his tenant then of right is due. [fr] endosse, cut on the back, or write on the back. enduce, moue enimitie, (* synonyms *) displeasure, or enmitie, hatred. (* synonyms end *) enflame, burne, or set on fire. [fr] enfranchise, make free [fr] engrate, presse vpon [fr] enhaunce, to lift vp, or make greater: [fr] enlarge, make bigger, set at libertie [fr] enoble, make noble, or famous enormious, out of square, vnorderly [fr] ensigne, flagge for war [fr] enterlace, to put betweene, intermingle: [fr] enterprise, beginne, take in hand [fr] enterre, lay in the earth [fr] entrals, inward parts, as hart, liuer, &c. [fr] enuiron, (* fol. D6v *) An Alphabeticall table

y y y

[fr] enuiron, to enclose, or compasse about. epha, kind of measure epicure, giuen to pleasure.

(g) the gospell: or glad tidings euangelist. (g) bishoplike. euangell. (g) conclusion epilepsis. or doe in any (* fol. promised in marriage essence. [fr] escheat. (g) the briefe copie of a booke. forfaite [fr] eschew. or being of any thing [fr] essoine.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y epigram. confirme. epitomise. (g) appearing epitaph. of equall valew. set vp. ermite. or lift vp equiualent. and wandring out of the right way. &c. escape [fr] espoused. or make equall equinoctium. (g) one dwelling in the wildernes. (g) a name or title giuen to any thing. auoyde. (g) an heathen. esteeme. thinke or iudge. written vpon any for praise. euict. erronious. full of errour. (g) the writing on a tombe or graue. shunning. (g) bringer of glad tidings euaporate. or gentile etymologie. made voyde. furniture equitie. epitome. tryall what one can say. equalize. ouercome by law . value. epiphanie. or dispraise epilogue. cleane taken away: or emptied. epithite. (g) to make an epitome. to breath out euent. without end ethnick. eternall. when the dayes and nights are equall. (g) true expounding euacuated. lawfulnes erect. substance. euerlasting. right. or that which followeth any thing. match. chaunce. excused for any cause [fr] establish. (g) a sentence. (g) the falling sicknes episcopall. [fr] equipage. or to bring a booke into a lesser volume. or prise. *) any matter. D7r *) of hard English words y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. make strong estimate. [fr] essay.

to muse. wanting stones euert. or torment excursion. priuiledged. offal. to vex. to make blind excessiue. or fellowship excrement. perfectly done. exaggerate. or crie out exclude. or fume rising vpward exhaust. or deuise exactly. (g) gelded. or exercise some charge exempt. a skirmidsh in warres. to vex. D8r *) of hard English words. turne vpside downe euident. the Lords supper. enlarge. or to require with extremitie. cursed execute. *) extremitie. (g) a thanksgiuing. of some few running from their companie execrable. or declare by examples exhalation. or set abroade for all men to see exiccate. to drie vp . or shut out. or keepe out excogitate. calling forth exact. or make more angrie excauate. drawne out. whet on. amplifie to make a thing more then it is exaltation. office of receits exclaime. thrust. exemplifie. make hollow excæcate. free. eunuch. dung. performe. heape vpon.y y y y y y eucharist. excommunicate. put vp or bestow: to offer. refuse. more then enough [fr] excheaquer. too much. or emptied exhibite. easie to be seene. lifting vp exasperate. y y y y exhalation. or dregs. to thrust out of company. a breath. plaine euocation. excruciat. (* fol. D7v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. bray. (* fol.

put out. measure or place. or entrance expect. or ouercome. (g) coniurer [fr] exorde. to reason. deede expose. aduaunce. out of order. banish. fine. expostulate. D8v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y expose. appearing. to offer. pacifying with satisfaction. declare plainely [fr] exploit. or make lesse. explane. extenuate. outward. meete or beseeming expedition. purging by sacrifice expire. to pull vp by the rootes extoll. or praise highly. beginne exordium. or thrust out expend. to be wonne. skilfull expiation. extemporall. or chide with. fit. a beginning. (* synonyms *) suddaine. minish. casting in ones teeth. speede expell. act. put out extirpate. strange extinguish. vpbreyding. or delcare explicate. manifestly exprobration. spread foorth. put out. to die. extasie. studie. cost. hast. externall. (* synonyms end *) extende. or muse vpon expence.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y exile. fitly. or thrust out exquisite. premeditation. exorcist. a traunce. driue out. to complaine: expresly. extant. prolong. without extempore. abroad. consider. to lift vp extort. to wrest from by violence. enterprise. or triall expert. to wring out. or quench extinct. singuler. to inlarge. or giue vp the ghost to decay. easie. driue out exorable. or lay open. looke for expedient. (* fol. or extemporarie. expugnable. . lessen. shewing it selfe. to be intreated exorbitant. expulse. to hazard. or money layd out experiment. curious. perfect. or sowning. to make manifest. or make longer. a proofe.

deede facilitie. to make sore. F y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Fabricate. or stuffe falcinate. pleasantnes festiuall. fashion. pertaining to holy daies . E1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd.y y y extract. to (* fol. or disfigure by inchauntment. grieuous. scalding. counterfeited. much talked of fact. E1r *) of hard English words. wandring out of order. fastidiousnes. or counterfait fame. or inducing to anger. merrie. one that doth busines for another facultie. lothsomnesse. power. or other feminine. fruitfulnesse felicitie. deuision of people into sundry parts and opinions factious. to bewitch. to fill. *) to passe. easines faction. fained. fatall. (* fol. exulcerate. to forge. burning festination. conceited. full of deuises [fr] farce. hote. fabulous. creatures. imagination [fr] fantastique. or disdainfullnesse [fr] faschious. falshood falsifie. Fabricate. report. drawne out extrauagant. (* synonyms *) the she in mankind. leauened feruide. aptnes fallacie. to corrupt. licence. mirth. hast. faithfulnes fecunditie. deceit. make. [fr] fealtie. cententious. happinesse [fr] female. mortall. credite fantacie. factor. (* synonyms end *) fermentated. speede festiuitie. that maketh deuision. common talke. appointed by God to come E.

bountiful fraternitie. easilie bent. deceitfull. sure. or tale fained fidelitie. brittlenes. or comforting by warmth. stedfast. (* fol. broken meates. E2r *) of hard English words. fearefull. flowers fluxe. strength fortunate. strong. to shadowe. strengthning fortitude. weake. constant fixed. happie. fruitfull. E2 frigifie. and certaine limits. hauing good successe fragilitie. hot flexible. swime aloft fluxible. craftie. or couragiousnes. yeelding much fruit feuer. holed. brotherhood [fr] franchise. foraine. pliant. burning. faithfulnes. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y fluxible. fast [fr] flagon. strange. fortification. often. or ful of guile. libertie. or weakenes fragments. verie angrie fertile. thin. of another country formall. great wine cup. valiantnes. vncleannes betweene single persones. or bored formidable. liberall. a lie. peeces broken of. or goe too. disease of scouring [fr] feeble. fragrant. by figures finall. pertaining to the end finite. an asswaging. ague fiction. sweetly smelling [fr] franck. hauing an end. trustines figurate. reliques. freedome fraudulent. much haunted. fastned. or to counterfaite figuratiue. hote. lacking strength fomentation. [fr] floscles. done many times: ordinarie. or bottell flagrant. frequent. . or mutable [fr] flote. following the common fashion foraminated. to be feared fornication. chafed. or represent.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y feruent. and running easily downe like water. sure. firme.

inioying. (* synonyms end *) [fr] garnish. (k) attire for the fore-head fructifie. trifeling. priuities genuine. genitalles. glistering. or defendor gargarise. ofspring genealogie. gem. trime. chamber. funerall. mourning: pertaining to a buriall. a heathen generation. to yeeld smoke function. coole. temperate in expences fruition. of no estimation. runnagate. make voyde. buriall. or trade. gentlemanship. that which shall be heereafter (* switch to head letter G without notice *) y y y y y [fr] garboile. (* synonyms end *) genesis. (* synonyms *) gentrie. make fine. to make fruitfull. nobilitie. E2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y frigifie. all things necessary to vse furious. make cold friuolous. possession frustrate. raging. furbush. E3r *) of hard English words. calling. y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] garnish. a keeper. and place wherein a man liueth. or shining fuluide. (* fol. or corne granar. yellowe fume. trim gentilitie. (g) beginning gentile. by stirring some liquor vp and downe in the mouth. or mourning. or starting away fulgent. decke vp. or mad future. (g) generation. to dresse or scoure. peculiar. deceiue fugitiue. a precious stone [fr] gaie. thriftie. hurlie burly gardian. vaine. to wash the mouth. frontlet. or bring foorth much fruit. generositie. (* synonyms *) corne. or naturall . or a describing of the stock or pedegree. frugall. fine. or make cleane [fr] furniture. or charge. garnar. and throate within.(* fol.

or of abilitie. freely. (g) sorcerie by circkles. to giue honour. praise. to pleasure. or laugh giues. bite gnomen. geomancie. deepe poole. without desert gratitude. or exposition of a darke speech. very round. (g) the describing of the earth. graue. any thing. custome. glad tidings globe. a tongue. things done. steps. or cock of a diall gradation. and commendation to any body. (* synonyms end *) habi- . dissemble [fr] gourmandise. or direction [fr] guise.y y y y y y y y y y y y y genius. gulfe. shape. father geographie. E3 glorifie. glosse. or pit gustation. fat [fr] guerdon. or ioyne together gnible. fetters glee. thankfulnes gratulate. to be glad for anothers sake. gouerning. grin. the angell that waits on man. gluttony glutinate. E3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y glorifie. taste H y y HAbilitie. to glue. a reward: [fr] guidance. gladnes gospell. (* fol. sufficiencie. sober. or doo a good turne in way of thankfulnes gratis. come of the same stock gests. discreete grease. gloze. (* synonyms *) ablenes. crookednes gire. (g) art of measuring the earth. sage. deuouring. be it a good or euill angell genitor. by little and little. and pricks in the earth germane. or noble acts of princes gibbocitie. (g) the stile. fashion. that hath taken a degree gratifie. waightie. graduate. geometrie. mirth.

sent before to prepare hereticall. and soundest parts of the bodie hemisphere. respect [fr] hale.(* fol. (g) pertaining to historie [fr] homage. or holy gouernance: hymne. custome habitude. (* synonyms *) a dwelling habitation. E4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y heroicall. lift vp halaluiah. E4r *) of hard English words. comming by inheritance. loftie. chaunce: [fr] herault. plight. head peece. a man killer. (g) beseeming a noble man. venture. or the killing of a man: . draw. hipocrite. see ermite heroi(* fol. pretendeth to be another man. (g) (* synonyms *) one that maintaineth hehereticke. historicall. hereditarie. [fr] homicide. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y habitable. or magnificent: [fr] hideous. worship. fearefull. heritage. then he is indeede. (g) such a one as in his outward apparrell. (* synonyms end *) hermite. disposition. terrible hierarchie. apparell. that we see. (g) halfe of the compasse of heauen. helmet. place: (* synonyms end *) habite. fashion. proude [fr] hazard. kings messenger heathen. countenaunce. or seruice. able to dwell in habitacle. to deceiue. (g) the gouernment of priests. (g) kinde of song to the prayse of GOD. praise the Lord hallucinate. or blind harmonie (g) agreement of diuers sounds in musicke. from Hebers stock hecticke. inheritance. or succession. see Gentile hebrew. pull. & behauiour. or a decieuer. [fr] hautie. (g) resies. (g) inflaming the hart. possession herbinger.

vnmelted illiterate. (* synonyms *) peace. or likelihoode of truth. without knowledge. vnlawfully begotten. reproch. horizon. or be husht. slaunder. still. or open wars. from the other halfe which we see not. feare. (* fol. or trade humane. E5v *) An Alphabeticall table y imbarge. danger Iesus. mockerie. discredite. good entertainement for friends and strangers. humiditie. illustrate. (g) vnlearned. or scoffing imbecilitie. to declare illuminate. vnlearned. illiquinated. fearefull sorrow. (g) a circle. huckster. curteous. weakenes. bounteous. (g) when diuers things are signified by one word horror. pledge hostilitie. marchant. moysture hush. Sauiour. (g) a proper forme or speech: idiot. (* fol. saue now: hospitality. hosanna. hatred. belonging to man. (g) beyond all credite. to make plaine. and borne. ignoble. or enmitie. I y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Idiome. a foole Iehoua. (* synonyms end *) hyperbolicall. Lord almighty ientation. or make plaine illusion. to inlighten. wet. feeblenes imbarge. [fr] hostage. (* synonyms *) see em- . E5r *) of hard English words y y y y y y humane. breakefast ieoperdie. of low and base birth ignominie. illegitemate. terror.y y y y y y y y hononimie. iesting. humide. gentle. deuiding the halfe of the firmament.

E6r *) of hard English words. full of commaunding. belonging to the crowne impertinent. vnchangable: [fr] impart. to shut vp. that cannot be pleased or pacified. stately imperfection. implume. vngodlines. or hinder impediment. to signifie. let. vnripe. or put on importance. implement. or inclose within wals immutable. or hugenesse and greatnes immature. constant. tribute imposture. desiring to rule. not hauing any other betwixt imminent. exceeding great. to tell to impacience.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y imbarke. stuffe: imply. bestow. to make partaker of. or entred into: impenitent. deceit. or worth: [fr] impost. commaunded. that cannot be pierced. freedome from any thing. violent impietie. euerlasting. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y imperious. lay vpon. or excessiue immortall. hurt. crueltie implacable. following. not pertaining to the matter. impetrate. or out of season: immediate. beastlie. or ruled ouer imperi(* fol. spend implore. falshood. crueltie. or hinderance impenetrable. obtaine by request impetuous. at hand. accuse. diminish. next to. ready to come vpon immoderate. still the same. vnspotted. that dieth not immunitie. lacke of sufferance [fr] impaire. without measure. vnperfectnes imperiall. force. or make manifest imploy. to desire with teares. barke (* synonyms end *) imitation. lessen [fr] impeach. to pull off the feathers impose. of value. or libertie: immure. . dooing the like: immaculate. vnrepentant: imperated. vndefiled immanitie.

or to set on fire. or to bring flesh vpon. to incense. carelesse. not able to be (* fol. vexe. common impropriation. or to lay to ones charge inabilitie. incense. in loue with. want of power or abilitie. *) be ouercome. incessantlie. imprecation. impute. filthines. marking. kind of offering made by fire incend. vnlawfull copulation of man and woman within the degrees of kindred. cursing. shamelesse. without beeing satis-fied. whether it be in marriage or otherwise. E7r *) of hard English words. improuident. or wishing euill vnto. vnseemely. dishonestie. ignorant. E6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd.y y y y y impotent. y y incest. imprudent. reckon. to stirre vp. till the request be obteyned. incarnate. taking flesh vpon him. not foreseeing. feeble. without ceasing incest. inchaunt. earnestlie. to aske counsell of soothsayers. printing. impression. vnuanquished. inamored. or alliance. requiring earnestly. vncleannesse. or charme . strong. resist: impunitie. rash. or taking heede before hand. or stamping: improper. (* fol. importune. [fr] impregnable. blame. carelesse: impudent. impugne. weake. kindle. bewitch. vnfit. forbidden by gods law. or to anger. a thing accounted proper. burne. or assigne. that cannot be prooued. or chafe. to be earnest with importunate. lack. or omission of punishment impuritie. which is not indeede improbable. inaugurate.

to graft one thing into the bodie of another. to signifie. incomperable. without rule. vnperishable. chafing. or without moderation. *) stance of two or moe. or towards include. or repeate one thing often: inculpable. that cannot be vnloosed or vndoone: [fr] indite. indefinite. such as cannot be beleeued. hurtfull. vnseemly vsage. to vrge. or proper to one person. indissoluble.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y incident. or vnderstood incongruencie. insufferable incomprehensible. or beseeming. incurable. or chauncing incision. to moue. to shut in. or disgrace indignation. or prouoke incline. want of agreement inconsiderate. or giue in ones name. disorderly. vnworthinesse. leane vnto. liuing loosely. to mixe or put together. anger. or containe within incommodious. to make one bodie or substance (* fol. and none other. hardly brought to beleeue inculcate. happening. to moue vnto. not determined: indemnitie. indeere. that cannot be conceiued. that cannot bee imparted to any other. in searching of a wound incitate. incorruptible. incredible. induce. blamelesse. without fault. presently. that hath not his like incompatible. or allure. marueilous. or vnchastly incontinently. a wound that cannot be healed: incur. incorporate. runne into indecent. or order. E7v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. infamie. not taking counsaile incontinent. cutting. without losse indignitie. rash. not comly. past cure. or draw: . make bound to one. vnfit incommunicable. or not subiect to corruption incredulous. vncorruptible.

or signifie infidelitie. harden. infamous. ill reported of. without number. to breake. quicke witted ingine. giue notice to teach. to make weake. inferre. vnruly. to beginne to instruct. inflict. infuse. (* synonyms end *) [fr] ingraue. [fr] ingage. or setting on fire inflexible. in. with. weakenes: inflamation. corrupting infernall. vndeceiueable. or steepe in. that cannot be vttered inequalitie. that cannot be valued. diligence or labour ineffable. or accounted of as it deserueth. to deuoure vp greedily . lay to pledge. carue ingresse. bring in. E8v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y [fr] ingage. induction. inexorable. vnlikenes inestimable. vnguilefull. or will not be intreated to graunt infallible. that cannot be bended. industrie. (* synonyms *) an instrument to doo any thing engine. too gentle intreating. vnspeakable. infection. inflaming. or feeble. to make foolish. sufferance. belonging to hell. or vnthankfulnes ingenious. trustie. (* fol. informe. that cannot be auoyded. (* fol. ineuitable. (* synonyms end *) ingurgitate. wittie. infringe. E8r *) of hard English words. (* synonyms *) enterance ingredience. vnfaithfulnes: infinite. a flowing in. bringing in indurate. or end infirmitie. to poure in.y y y indulgence. vnkindness. or defamed infatuate. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y industrie. binde himselfe ingratitude. that cannot. to lay vpon influence. to alleage.

or honour. commaunding. or enter into iniurious. repairing. creepe into ones fauour craftilie. that will not keepe company. or stirring. inhibition. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y insatiable. or mouing forward. dwell in inhabitable. begin. inquinate. or disgrace inquisitiue. inquisition. an alteration. insatiable. insolent. or hurtfull. grafted. earnest. make newe. sprinkle. instill. or mount vp inscription. disordered. inconstant. cleauing fast vnto. to begin. importunate. instinct. rule or order.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y inhabite. to defile. innouation. or vnholed. . or note written vppon any place. that cannot be searched into. forbidding. (* fol. forbid. a title. instigation. that cannot be sailed vpon innouate. begin. cruell. [fr] install. instant. or go in hand with. or inquiring. insensible. inscrutable. disdainefull. appoint. vncurteous. insert. desirous. that cannot be dwelt in inherent. inseperable. prouoking. and diligent to finde out by asking of questions. that cannot be felt or perceiued. incend. or cast vpon inspire. making new. insinuate. innauigable. not steddie. instauration. ordaine. searching. admit to a place of office. or graft in. out of order. that cannot bee filled or contented. F1r *) of hard English words. to put in. instruct. inhumane. or drop in. young. insist. insperge. inoculated. initiate. or throughly knowne. renewing. inordinate. inhibit. clime vp. inward motion. to stay vpon: insociable. iniunction. proude. wrongfull. that cannot be deuided. breath or blow into instable. to put in. institute. also to signifie.

allured [fr] intituled. to triumphe. drawne. to burie interrogation. disturbed. a question. right. or vaunt ouer.F. earnestly bent. or take before interchange. expounder interprete. F2r *) of hard English words. or think intentiue. exchang intercourse. knowledge from others intemperate. going betweene. preuent. or let [fr] intire. or passage one to another interdict. called. vnmodest in behauiour intende. make plaine. hindered interpreter. innocencie intelligence. and musing intercession. mutuall accesse. F1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y insulte. noted. to declare or signifie intised. *) or breaking of interpellate. y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. that dieth without making a will intimate. to purpose. without measure or meane. sound. or asking interrupt. draw a line betwixt. or (* fol. written on the beginning . forestowing. deale with intermingle. not able to be borne integritie. mixe interline. or making intreatie for another. to forbid straitly [fr] interest. mixe. (* fol. insult. loane. breake of. or mingle with. vncorrupt intestate. interrupting of anothers speech intermedle. insupportable. to shewe the sence and meaning of a thing interre. or to blot out with a penne. also a part in any thing interlace. whole. and to write betwixt interlocution. intercept. purenes. a pawsing. or amongst intermission. open.

or againe: iubilee. . a calling vpon any thing with trust in the same irchin. which happened to the Iewes euery fiftie yeere. not to be wonne inuisible. or do a thing often. not to be recalled. doubtfull. deuise. without reproofe irreuocable. a hedgehog. yeere of ioy. that cannot be broken inuite. vnrulie. intice. or end: iterate. request invndation. inwrapped. that cannot be seene or perceiued: inuiolable. bid. or deceiue by subtiltie. to set vpon. wanting religion irreprehensible. breaking in [fr] issue. or decke. euent. inueterate. table of goods inuention. vngodly. worshipping one God without Christ iudici(* fol. wrapped in. troublesome intricate. to intrape. to repeat. F2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y inuersion. entrance. F3r *) of hard English words. turning contrariwise. to thrust ones selfe into the company of others. or enter in violently inuade. growne in custome: inuincible.y y y y y y y y y y intractable. iudaisme. or grace. ironie. or not to bee withdrawne irritate. to make angry irruption. of long continuance. invocation. introduction. intangled F2 inuersion. or imagination [fr] inueloped. an ouerflowing by water. inueighe. (* fol. or successe. (g) a mocking speech irreligious. to raile vppon bitterly [fr] inuentory. turning vpside downe. to adorne. [fr] inuest. or leading in intrude. to lay hold on inueigle. hard to be knowne.

F3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y lecherie. consuming. craftie slights. largnes lauacre. (g) (k) a drowsie and forgetfull disease. (* switch to head letter L without notice *) y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y laborinth. and conueiance legion.y y y y iudiciall. worthie of praise laxatiue. (* fol. or couenant of peace. full of labour [fr] language. luxurie. leuell. host. F3 lecherie. and vnlawfull lust [fr] leete. approoue. a place so full of windings and turnings. mildnes lethall. leake. iustifie. deadly lethargie. straight . or largis: liberalitie (* synonyms end *) lasciuious. that a man cannot finde the way out of it: laborious. ambassadour [fr] legeiredemaine. a bath or font lauish. wearing away with griefe or sicknes lapidarie. or speech: languishing. or make to be accounted good and iust iustified made or accounted for righteous. lecherous lassitude. wearines latitude. belonging to iudgement iurisdiction. a tongue. lawfull. loose. according to lawe. or an ambassage legate. lighthandednes. runne out. to make. or band of souldiers legitimate. wanton. painfull. breadth. or commendation laudable. praise. cleane from sinne. mortall. vnchastnesse. and good order lenitie. to spend extraordinarily laud. pining. authoritie. agreement. purging [fr] league. right. a gift by will. gentlenes. one skilfull in pretious stones or iewells (* synonyms *) [fr] largesse. court [fr] legacie. or execute lawes in any place.

. full of strife [fr] lieuetenant. also to set such bounds. length lore. moist. F4v *) An Alphabeticall table y (* contd. obedient. trustie. [fr] lourdin. or proportion by lines. F4r *) of hard English words. sad or sower countenance. slouthfulnes. shinning luxurious. one that thinks he may doe what he listeth libell.y y y y y y y y y leuitie. and wontonnesse. idlenes loame. loose in religion. cloth liquide. britle limit. stocke. glistering. shoemakers threed linguist. earth. kindred limitation. appointment. restraining: limber. at a certaine time of the age of the moone lumpish. the string tying the bones together [fr] linage. border. or booke librarie. taking libertie to doe euill ligate. that are drawne lingell. skilfull in tongues linguish. bounds. lawe [fr] lotarie. and excessiue in pleasure. tyed ligament. lustre. lightnes. a great number of bookes licentious. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y limber. riotous. casting of lots. a studie. a writing. wanting his wits. *) sure. rude. or land marke. melted: literature. liniament. to leaue or forsake lint. old stuffe lunatick. or morter logicall. clownish [fr] loyall. (g) belonging to reason longitude. bound. (* fol. inconstancie libertine. (* fol. constant lumber. quarrelous. how farre any thing shall goe. &c. a forme. learning litigious. deputie in anothers place lithernesse.

a faire [fr] massacre. or cursing malefactor. dung. or praise highly magnitude. put to death martiall. valientnes. with purpose to hurt [fr] malignitie. for to bind the hands manifest. or make cleane madefie. mad: braine sick manicle. kill. greatnes [fr] mayre. or importance. dip. to extoll. or goe forward margent. discontented malediction. of some matter. an euill doer malepert. done with the hand manumisse. courage magnificence. sumptuousnes magnifie. warlike. to set free. the stately port and honourable renowne of any [fr] maladie. (g) one vsing witchcraft magnanimitie. one suffering death for the faith of Christ materiall. . or taking paines and delight in warres martyre. tilling [fr] mannage. handle mansion. to hate. (* fol. an abiding place manuall. a charge. proud. (g) accursed [fr] marche. make wet maffle. to steepe in water. or brim of any thing [fr] marte. snappish [fr] maligne. or backbiting. or at libertie maranatha. opened. disease [fr] malecontent. (g) witnes. declared or reuealed manuring. F5r *) of hard English words. hating. fine white breade mandate. a fetter. leane maiestie. inchaunting. slaundring. malice malitious. coniuring magistrate. or enuying manchet. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y manchet.M y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y MAcerate. gouernour magitian. stammer. or stut magicke. ill report. saucy. goe in aray. or commaundement [fr] maniacque. naughtines. or valiant. edge.

(g) (* synonyms *) handie mechanick. or sweete musick memorable. seruing for wages. an auncient. a meane meditate. or sadnes mellifluous. *) ouer of a word from his proper and naturall signification. against ones will maxime. or surety. to threaten menstruous. to a foraine or vnproper signification. (* fol. metamorphosis. (g) black choler. aduocate. sweete as hony. (g) similitude. mature. F6r *) of hard English words. worthie to be remembred [fr] menace. perfect. mentall. wombe matron. ripe.y y y y y matrixe. (g) sweete sounding. or foule. meteors. defiled. a humor of solitarines. or the putting ouer (* fol. despight. a measure. craft. and a discrete woman. muse vpon. (g) elementarie bodies. . remedie. that deserueth. y y (* contd. melody. or one making peace betwixt two medicine. (* synonyms end *) mediatour. F5v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y mechanicall. or moyst things. sober. a principle. meridian. speedy [fr] maugre. the earnest minding or thinking vpon a thing melancholie. or sure ground in any matter mechaniall. (g) a changing of one shape. pertaining to noone tide meritorious. belonging to the minde mercenary. or likenes into another metaphor. yielding much hony. or set for advauntage. and hireling. ingendered of vapours in the ayre aboue. or cure mediocritie. bethinke meditation.

temperate. molestation. a remembrance of some notable act. or wonderfull: [fr] mirrour. to be ignorant of. halfe. (g) a little world militant. mitigate. moderation. misknow. or pacifie mixation. to mistake purposely. modell. (* synonyms end *) mobilitie. a looking-glasse miscreants. or seruice. (g) colledge of monks monopolie. (g) a licence that none shall buy and sell a thing. monument. but one alone. warring. infidels. of our time modest sober. moouing or stirring. (* synonyms *) mingling. qualifie. or charge to doo a thing: minoritie. measure. microcosme. together. meruailous. weight. or importance. smally: miraculous.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y method. mis-beleeuers: misprission. play the wanton: ministration. also a short time monarch. demure [fr] moitie. [fr] miguionise. (g) the rule of one prince alone: monasterie. moderate. keeping due order and proportion: [fr] moderne. (g) brought into order metropolitaine. troubling mollifie. a mans time vnder age minutly. or beeing in warres. (g) an order. asswage. or keeping a meane. (g) of the cheife citty. F6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y mobilitie. or doo any thing methodized. make soft momentanie. or tempering mixture. concealement of a mans owne knowledge. as Tombs . or readie way to teach. that which lasteth but a while: moment. (g) one ruling all the kingdoms about him monarchie. ministring. (* fol.

and plentie of weapons. or strength. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y morall. N . (g) a secret. F7v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y mutation. or punishment: multiplicitie. morall(* fol. make small. and sencelesse. a fine. turne to dust mulct. motiue. [fr] mustaches. pertaining to manners. one for another myrrhe. or hid thing: mysticall. lay to pawne morigerous. supportation. cause moouing. wauering. to make cleane: munition. (g) sweet gumme mysterie. well mannered mortall. or diuersitie of sorts. (g) goddesses of learning. priuately belonging to a freeman. muses. or the thing. mutilate. ciuill behauiour. to fetter [fr] moote. to resist in warre. the hayre of the vpper lippe. or make dead. F7r *) of hard English words. argue. mutation. mundifie. or dispute a case in law moralitie. [fr] mouldre. defence. (* fol. and reason. mortuarie. that endeth ere hauing an end. maimed mutuall. wanting some part. among men [fr] morgage. varietie. and dying deadly: mortifie. mutable. change. municipall. and life. or burgesse of a cittie. changeable.y y y moosell. penaltie. (g) expounding of the tales of the Poets. behauior. muthologie. dutie paid for the dead. kill. (g) that hath a misterie in it. that mooueth to doe any thing.

a sonne or daughters sonne nerue. nationall. natiuitie. nectar. to name. that denieth negotiation. laysie nicholaitan. worthy. to make knowne. meete to be regarded and esteemed: notarie. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y nerue. vnder age nonresidence. or to giue warning of. a childs time. knowne to all. or appoint [fr] nonage. hurt. or passing by water necromancie. which is feyned to be the drinke of the gods. natiue. sayling. of any one from his place or charge: [fr] nonsuite. by calling vpon spirits. sinewe [fr] nete. or busines neotericke. declaration. noysome. or the ending and giuing ouer of a suite notable. F8r *) of hard English words.y y y y y y y y y y y y NArration. (g) blacke art. fine neutrall. nothing numera- . notion. or consisting of a nation. trafficke. belonging. or report. side: (* synonyms end *) [fr] nice. slow. not following. inwarde knowledge. where ships may safely passe. hurtfull. (* synonyms *) of neither neuter. where one was borne. (g) one of late time [fr] nevewe. nullitie. or register notifie. negatiue. or naturall. or vnderstanding: notorious. or that may be sailed vpon. or the day of birth nauigable. noyance. (* fol. a pleasant drinke. like Nicholas. or made plaine and manifest. who helde that wiues should bee common to all alike. vnnecessary and wilfull absence. or kingdome. nominate. nauigation. Scriuener. or coniuring. (g) an heretike. birth.

readie at hand obseruant. to make darke. nourishment O y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Obdurate. bound. obscæne. (* fol. euill report. ouerthwart obliuious. besieging. obstacle. or that where any thing is occupied. olde. full of diligent seruice. to beseech. laide. belonging to the west occluding. or that whereon any thing resteth. hinderance or let obstinate. or to call to witnesse: obtrectation. disdainfull . or beholden oblique. harden. or set a worke. growne out of vse or custome. dutifull. occasions. slaunder. obedience obiect. stubberne. delight obliged. darke. dull or blunt: occidental. forfetfull obloquie. obsession. F8v *) An Alphabeticall table. things that offer themselues by the way: ocean (g) the maine sea odious. ribauldrie obscure. filthy. repressing obtestate. G1r *) of hard English words y y y y y y y y y y y y obsolete. shutting fast: [fr] occurrences. nuptiall. or declaring any thing. numbring nuncupatory.(* fol. bawdie. subiect to danger obnubilate. offering oblectation. faultie. past date. humble. or compassing about obsolete. euill report obnoxious. or to make more hard [fr] obeisance. froward. telling. obtuse. crooked. seruiceable. oblation. y y y y numeration. belonging to marriage nutriment. stopping. or set against. hateful. or cloudie obsequious. or stiffe in his owne opinion obstruction. recreation.

very readie or willing to please. giuing offence. dilligent. fitnes. (g) a Common-wealth. oppilation. stopping oppose. or displeasing officiall. oliuet. or vpbraide with bad speeches. G2r *) of hard English words. or high omni-scient. shade.y y y y y y y odor. ordeyning . omnipotent. ouercharged operation. (* fol. dutifull. or set euer against oppressed. y y oratorie. (g) things that pertaine to houshold affaires offensiue. oppugne. or chargeable onust. eloquent speech: ordination. ritie. let passe. oligarchie. set againe opposite. to any thing. (g) a speech or aunswere giuen from God: oratorie. ominous. reuile. or standing on his owne opinion oportunitie. place of Oliues: [fr] ombrage. to resist option. knowing all things onerous. loaden. ouerslip. offering wrong. or violently wronged: opprobrious. or sauour: odoriferous. grieued. *) ritie. harbor. to labour against. or bower to rest vnder. or ill lucke: omit. smell. (* synonyms *) working. G1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. effect (* synonyms end *) opinionate. reprochfull. choosing or wishing oracle. burdenous. contrarie. that signifieth some good. great. sent. where two Princes equall haue all the authoG. belonging to an office. to taunt. (* fol. officious. hauing a good opinion of. or operatiue. almightie. sweet smelling oeconomicke.

or strange speech: [fr] paragon. (g) an instrument to doo any thing with: ornament. patterne. pactation. or pallace. (g) a recanting. belonging to a Princes Court. or booke parable. or such as it was at the beginning organe. fitly alleaged. paramour. for some likenesse which it hath to our purpose. vnreasonable. pledges giuen and taken ostentation. a small treatise. (g) a clause contayned in another sentence: . bone: [fr] ostages. [fr] palatine. orphant. or vnsaying of any thing G2 palpa(* fol. example paraleles. (g) similitude. parasite. dung. or soothing companion: parenthesis. or trimming. the first. adorning. G2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y palpable. (g) true writing [fr] ouerplus. or other things as farre off from one another. filth. to make quiet. in one place as in another. a decking. more then needeth [fr] outragious. boasting orthographie. that may be felt. mouth originall. manifest: pamphlet. paradise. a couenanting or bargayning. P y y y y PAcifie. (g) a childe without parents ossicle. palinodie. (g) marueilous. (g) a base flatterer. (g) place of pleasure paradoxe.y y y y y y y y y y y y ordure. fierce. an amorous louer paraphrase. (g) lines. orfice. (g) exposition of any thing by many words. or an applying of some thing to our matter.

or mouing affections patriarke. fathers. doing amisse peculiar. partition. stay. yearely fee G3 [fr] pensiue. resolute. sparing participate. defend paucitie. a walking about peregrination. G3r *) of hard English words. (g) vehement. partake. and to handle euery particuler. or distribute. that may be pearsed penitentiarie. (g) chiefe father patrimonie. want or extreame neede perambulation. defence. one of the Jewes feasts. sorrowfull pentecost. belonging to sheapheards patheticall. coyne pellicles. skinnes penetrable. speech. payment. or rest [fr] pauillion. offending. penaltie. deuision. y y y y y y [fr] pensiue. fewnes. passeouer. or take part: particularize. or smale number pause. suffering. when he slewe so many of the Egiptians passion. in remembrance of Gods passing ouer them. worthie. peccant. tente peerelesse. gift. parsimonie. to giue. vnmatchable peccaui. losse [fr] pension. deuide. (* fol. full of passions. or conference. (g) whitsontide penurie. or goods left by a father [fr] patronage. iourneing in a strange land peremptorie. I haue offended. a murtherer of parents [fr] parle. one repenting. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y partition. thinke. griefe pastorall. short . to deuide into parts.y y y y y paricide. thriftines. or specially belonging pecuniarie. protection patronise. or doing pennaunce. G3v *) An Alphabeticall table. proper. (* fol.

forswearing. changable pernitious. hurtfull petition. or turne vp side downe [fr] pese. mischeiuous peruert. (g) imagination . (* synonyms *) continew. that may bee seene through pertinacie. ieopardie. griefe. to counterfaite. obstinacie. or doe perpetuitie. obstinacie. stock. froward. quicknes of sight. (* synonyms end *) personate. (* fol. suffer. euedent.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y perforations. downe right perpetrate. ouerthrowe. (g) the end of a perfect sentence periurie. continuing. holes. trayterous. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y persist. constantly. stifnes in opinion perturbation. clowne pester. perseuer. contagious. cleare. troublesome. or breaking of ones oath. leaue permit. afflict. G4r *) of hard English words. or request [fr] pettigree. saucines. to weigh peruicacie. dangerous periclitation. continuance for euer perplexitie. the plague. giue leaue permutable. anothers person perspicacie. to commit. or a biding till the end permission. stifneckednes [fr] pesant. persist. doubtfulnes persecute. or trouble peruerse. or hazarding period. or pestilence pestiferous. rubbed much perilous. directly. or pierced through perfidious. wantonnes. sufferance. filled pest. hurtfull perpendicular. prayer. distresse. disquietnes. phantasie. vnfaithfull perfricated. trouble. dangerous. or ofspring petulancie. or pursue after. permanent. and resolutely. vnderstanding perspicuous.

raine poeme. pinguiditie. godliness. (g) scroles of parchment. (* fol. physiognomie. pollicie. (g) letting bloud phrase.y y philacteries. or greasinesse [fr] pilot. (g) knowledge of a mans nature (* fol. ing. easie to be pleased planet. dippe. (g) madnes pietie. (g) medicine. and sacking. spoile in warre. banquet placable. the partie complayning plausible. of the enemies. or put vnder the water plume. maister. digger. a robber on the sea [fr] pittance. pleasing. y y y y y y pluuiatile. short. and countenance physicke. a wittie shift . (* synonyms *) (g) a steeple. was writen the tenne commaundements. baked [fr] pirate. or a pillar broade beneath. feather pluralitie. more then one pluuiatile. or curing phlebotomie. G5r *) of hard English words. G4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. whereon. (g) a verse maker poetesse. guider of a ship [fr] pionner. a woman poet pole. (g) wandring starre [fr] plaintife. (g) study of wisdome phrensie. helping. holines [fr] pillage. fatnes. or receiued ioyfully. thicknesse [fr] plonge. or other buildpiramides. (g) the end of the axeltree whereon the astronomers. fulnes. or ditcher piramis. (g) forme of speach philosophie. faine the heauens to be turned. and sharpe aboue (* synonyms end *) pistated. (g) verses of a poet poet. *) nature by his visage. and willingly plenitude.

y y y y y y y y y y y y poligamie. forespeech. pragmaticall. rule. smooth. full of people: popularitie. (* fol. or distaine. popular. defile. they that come after by birth: the age after vs. or proportion of a thing practicall. or assay. afore telling. or pomegranet. lordly. weightie. or shining pollute. compasse appointed: predecessor. or prophecying predominate. (k) (* synonyms *) fruite (* synonyms end *) pompe. entrance. one that was in place before another. (g) (* synonyms *) practique. (g) hauing moe wiues then one polish. a rule giuen. a flourish. going before precept. predestinate. portable. or make filthie pomegarnet. or commaundement. or make faire. G5v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y posteritie. forshewe by a figure prefixed. position. bishoplike. a question to be disputed of posteritie. ponderous. to deck. that may be carried with ease. precedent. draw the forme. heauie pontificall. (* synonyms end *) [fr] preamble. a speech before the matter it selfe prefigurate. prediction. seeking the fauour of the people by all meanes possible: populus. the countenance of things in furniture. to appoint before. pleasing the people. and setting foorth to the outward shewe. sumptuous. authoritie ouer others preface. a drinke. postscript. set in the fore part . practising. sleeke. precinct. an admonition. ruling preheminence. written after potion. excellent. [fr] pourtrait.

faine a thing to be before it is. G6r *) of hard English words. that which maketh fit or prepareth preposterous. foreknowledge prescript. froward. priuiledge. hindering ones cause. an opinion deliuered before knowledge of any thing preludium. to forget willinglie.y pregnant. forfeiture of goods preoccupation. sentence. preseruatiue. preterlapsed. or matter preiudice. or appointing a certaine compasse. preiudicate. pretermit. (g) eldership prescience. G6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y preseruatiue. or pretence . setting the cart before the horse. colour. *) child. disorder. topsiteruie. before he knoweth the man. or assignement prescription. presbitarie. a chiefe. giuing his iudgment. limitation. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. substantiall. an excuse. wittie. or gone past pretext. reacte presuppose. to betoken. to tell before. passed. thinking of a matter before hand [fr] premunire. decree. or authoritie before another presage. to foresee. as we vse to say prerogatiue. an entrance to any thing premeditation. (* fol. appointing before preparatiue. with child (* fol. that which defendeth president. a preuenting by speech or other wayes preordination. ruler next vnder the highest prest. to passe ouer.

or excellent. too riotous in spending prodigious. or grandfather. goe forth. or solicitor. vngodly. or large. prognosticate. not consecrated. a plot. or accustomed priuation. prerogatiue. or giue straight charge to the contrary. being in the formost place. or delay prodigall. to forbid. profunditie. passing forward. profusion. . (g) to know or giue out before-hand. collusion. or withdrawing priuiledge. deepe. long.y y y y y y y y y y preuarication. pouring out wastfully. treason profane. wonderfull. or casting forth prolixe. profound. or goe forward. alouance. *) in manner of a question. or betraying of a cause or matter. or to tell afore-hand what shall happen. processe. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. pristine. (* synonyms end *) prioritie. inclination to any thing proctcur. or sentence in (* fol. betraying. progenie. a fore-father. ofspring. proceede. primarie. or formost. primitiue. generation. tedious. giuing an ill signe. (* synonyms *) first. a going forward: prohibit. a factour. proceeding. vtter taking away. or high. or liberty. deepenes. old. to defer. or vnhallowing that which was holy. or wise contriuing of any thing. probation. tryall probleme (g) proposition. prodition. more then others haue probable. or in greater excellencie and superioritie then another. procliuitie. procrastinate. or issue of children. depriuing. that may be easilie proued to be true. progresse. wonted. G7r *) of hard English words. proiect. for want of more earnest speech. progenitor.

to enlarge.prolo(* fol. protect. that writing which is not verse. put off. equalnes. and none others: proroge. set before. G8r *) of hard English words. or prolong. at the mercie seate: propitious. publishing openly. or fall downe flat on the ground. (g) stranger conuerted to our religion or manners: prosequute. ready. propertie. and higher place prompt. or expound prophet. or inclining [fr] prowesse. measure: propose. proselite. follow after. y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. set open for vncleanesse. ready. or challenging as his owne. prone. deferre proscription. or proclaiming. propound. quicke: promulgation. to set foorth to sale. or an open sale. promerit. or which purchaseth mercie. or shew proprietie. or forespeech prolong. a condemnation. or multiply. or banishment proclaimed. a sight a farre off. or defer. not displeased. (* fol. a sacrifice to appease Gods displeasure: propitiatorie. to cast downe. defend. and declare openly: protract. prose. deferre. G7v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y prolocutor. (g) foretell. valiantnesse propagate. that which reconcileth. owing. or draw out at length: . to honor or aduaunce to greater dignitie. fauourable proportion. prostitute. or couer: protest. a speaker for another prologue. stretch out. saue. a preface. (g) he that prophecieth propitiation. prolong. to affirme. prostrate. prophecie. or finish prospect. desert: promote. *) sale.

. or common man of a Cittie: [fr] pulers. R y RAcha. belonging to. purifie. wisdome. iurisdiction. or pouders puluirisated. and lamentation: [fr] quintessence.y y y y y y y y prouident. preuent quotodian. vrging pressing. forseeing with wise consideration. or corrupted as a sore. that happeneth euery day. faint-hartednes. chiefe vertue. valiant Q y y y y y y y y y y QVadrangle. or make cleane [fr] pursuite. pulsillanimitie. queach. a quarter. dust. full of complaining. to waxe rotten. wittinesse publicane. in times past [fr] quote. or powder. cowardlinesse. cite. strong. or alluring prudence. or outcountry prouocation. heeretofore. radicall. drawne by art out of many compounds together. prouoking. quondam. (* fol. fie. belonging to a prouince. beaten. or comming euery fourth day. [fr] puissant. following after putrifie. foure-cornered quadrant. (* synonyms end *) quartane. G8v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y [fr] pursuit. signified by the gesture of the person that speaketh it. enforcing. scoure. a farmer. daily. purge. and prouiding aforehand prouinciall. a note of extreame anger. or broken into dust. thicke heape querimonious. to him that he speaketh to. (* synonyms *) foure square. or quadrate.

to gainesay. amend. a running backe againe rectifie. and out of order. catching. recourse. to bring back againe reduction. [fr] rampar. H1v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y reconcile. ouerflowing. reduplicated. partaining to the roote. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y radicall. fewnes ratifie.(* fol. purchase. doubled. records. H. comfort. a buying againe [fr] redresse. or raunsome. acknowledging. naturall: radiant. or (* synonyms *) that hath respect back a reciprocall. recon(* fol. shining bright: [fr] rallie. a bringing backe redundant. fortification. gaine to the same thing. ordered. or repeate reclaime. or confirme [fr] rauish. to make right or straight redeeme. extortion. correct. bring into fauour. rehearse. and confessing any thing. gather together men dispersed. or put into order reachlesse. or a signe of acknowledging. or call back againe: [fr] recognissance. scarsenes. buy againe. redemption. reduce. (* synonyms end *) raritie. carelesse. writings layde vp for remembrance: recreate. a briefe rehearsing againe of any thing receptacle. or trench rapacitie. . take away by force. or that is indeed subsisting: recantation. a place to receiue things in reciprock. substantiall. (* synonyms end *) recite. or rapine. (* synonyms *) violent. [fr] raunged. an vnsaying of that which was said before recapitulation. H1r *) of hard English words. or rauening. [fr] recoile. or negligent: reall. goe backe. or to make peace betwixt. establish. refresh. pillage. or abounding too much.

or succour. like a King regenerate. succour. report. to disproue regall. refell. reiterate. or referring relatiue. refreshing. helpe. a pointing at. a new birth. hauing relation vnto relaxation. cast away. build vp againe reestablish. reporting. put ouer. or refuse [fr] reioynder. or to report himselfe vnto. a reckoning booke regrator. reiect. or proue false reference. pointing. quit: [fr] reliefe. H2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y release. borne againe regeneration. repaire. casting backe.y y y y y y y y y reedifie. turning backe againe refractarie. to confute. register. and trims it vp to make it more salable. release. fling. renue. or one that buyeth any thing. huckster. princly. or bowing. guidance. returning backe againe reguler. (* fol. or repeate againe the same thing often. wilful in opinion. to settle againe as before refection. . or is when the defendant maketh answere to the replication of the plaintife. H2r *) of hard English words. a refreshing. or recreating. or dominion. back-sliding. a thing added afterwards. (* fol. ayde. abstaine from. or declare relation. regresse. obstinate. or Ruler regiment. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] refraine. rehearse. or alluding to referre. or place of safetie refulgent. [fr] refraine. to doo. free. relate. rule. relapse. a Gouernor. regent. H2. keepe in refuge. made according to rule and order. gouernment. kalender. shining bright refute. releasing. refine. or amend reflection.

and one past grace [fr] reproch. credite. disgrace republicke. or forsake relish. or rebounding back againe. put. able or worthy to be marked againe: remisse. contrarie repugne. or thrust backe repercussiue. rewarding. redeeming of a gage. stand against repulse. to put. account. or acquite. tast: remarkable. or driue backe repute. to leaue. a cast away. resigne. resignation. loose. H3r *) of hard English words. [fr] repose. a forlorne person. put downe. out of fauour. abiding or continuing in his place. remit. or requiting renouate. to keepe for the time to come resident. or dull. call backe againe repell. to rest represent. fill: replete. striking. or disagreement repugnant. report reparation. to put. or too fauourable. forsake. a yeelding vp. (* fol. expresse. prick of conscience remote. wholly. a Common-wealth repugnancie. to confirme a speech before vttered. withstand . beare shew of a thing represse. or esteeme: requisite. release. required as necessary: reserue. foode [fr] repeale. filled full repleueying. shame. replenish. a renewing [fr] repast. giue ouer to another resist. or any thing in prison: replie. contrarietie. forgiue. to let or stop reprobate. or repaire renounce. or restoring of anie thing. or resigne [fr] renoume. fame. to resist. set a farre of remuneration. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] repose. oppose. renew. [fr] remorse.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y reliques. relinquish. negligent. the remainder.

to satisfie. play the wanton reuerend. answers. H3 restaura(* fol. going backe retrograde. take againe [fr] retire. to determine well of in the mind rhetorician. [fr] resort. accesse. one suing. disclose. rhetoricke. or draw back [fr] reuolt. keepe backe retort. (* synonyms *) a distilling of humours from the head (* synonyms end *) ridiculous. going backward [fr] reuell. beeing held in. satisfaction restrained. cruell. or reuiuing restitution. rifle. H4r *) of hard English words. and striuing for the same thing. make cleane by washing [fr] riuall. restoring. to tosse vp and downe.y y y y y y resolue. to turne. wash. H3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y restauration. y y y y [fr] rifle. to goe to another his enemie: reuelue. to returne [fr] reuenewe. to vnloose. breathing out. rents comming in reuoke. or comming to respiration. to giue backe. to purpose constantly. or delay the time. worthy of reuerence reueale. . or make known a matter of secret reuert. or goe back reteyne. restoring. that deserueth to be laughed at in scorne. forsake one. (g) art of eloquence rheume. lay open. [fr] respite. (g) or catarre. take away by violence rigorous. (g) learned and skilfull in rhetoricke. or brideled resume. to breath in: resplendent. or wrest backward [fr] retract. to call backe. (* fol. shining bright responses. search. and hard [fr] rinse. defer.

and wandreth abroad. or principle rubicunde. hallowe. to step out from the rest of the armie. rule. H4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] sallie. breach. or soundnes sapience. safe keeping or safe guiding sagacitie. sanitie. or misterie sacred. rest sacrament. the stealing of holy things [fr] safeconduit. rupture. or churrusticall. (* fol. witnes saint. (* synonyms *) holisanctmonie. authority rudiment. holines sanctitie. sharpnes of wit. a little offering sacriledge. an offering sacrificule. or title [fr] royalty. red. to studie earnestlie vppon runnagate. consecrated sacrifice. holy place. lish. make holy. a sauing salubritie. holy. saue. health. or of the colour of bloud. plentie satisfaction. a lawe. (g) slippers sanguine. wisdome satiate. oath. gouerenment. to chewe ouer againe. to make a skermish saluation. fulnes. nes. ready to fall ruminate. or ruddie ruinous. bloudy. holie signe. defend sandals. (* synonyms end *) sanctuarie. vplandish. wholesomnes sanctifie.y y y y y y y y y y rubrick. satisfied satietie. a making amends for wrongs. or displeasures . or keepe holy sanctification. first instruction. and vnmannerly (* synonyms end *) (* switch to headletter S without notice *) y y y y y y y y y saboth. holy one [fr] sallie. one that runneth away. or bursting rurall. church robbing. (* synonyms *) clownish. filled.

difficultie scrutiny. that which sinketh to the bottome. or bill of ones hand.y y y y y y y satisfactorie. writing scruple. to mislike scandall. or plentifulnesse [fr] sauage. knowledge. or put a part sectarie. carelessenes. scoffing verse. or glutted saturitie. to set a part. sect. or rude satyre. one whom many other doe followe in opinion. or diuision in matters of religion schismatike. breach. lordship segregate. dilligence or carefulnes [fr] segniorie. or seperate [fr] seize. or giue occasion. making contention seduce. or leade aside sedulitie. saucie. or deuide. deceiue. of the world secundarie. or stumbling block [fr] scarifie. worldly. the second. seditious. filled. to choose out from others . H5r *) of hard English words y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y scandalize. (g) a nipping and scoffing verse satericke. full of doubts scurrilitie. feare of nothing sediment. doubt. (* synonyms *) belonging to a satiricall. or open a sore [fr] schedule. (g) to offend. scoffing seclude. a deuision. or parting secular. wild. schisme. or skill scripture. (* fol. that maketh a schisme science. a diuersitie in opinion from others section. fulnesse. inquiry scrupulous. shutout. or answereth for saturate. obligation. cruell. that dischargeth. or of the second sort securitie. H5v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y sedulitie. (* fol. to launce. (* synonyms end *) scandalize. dilligent search. to forfaite to the prince select. (g) an offence.

deuiding. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y seruile. roughnes sex. or contrarie. guile. or. following. bad. when spirituall matters. or tombe sepulte. kind shackle. plainenes sinister. watching by night seperation.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y semicircle. and speeches. or grafts senator. burie. or slauery seuere. craft. of. or parting one from another sepulcher. vncorrupt. sleight. seuering. vnhappie. setting. or of waight. to take hastely . or standing of any place. vnmingled. or counsailer sense. or without dissimulation singularitie. or cruell seueritie. bondage. full of fine sentences. sharpe. sharpnes. sequester. being like no body else. brutish. earnest. keepe or iudge of serious. alderman. or like a serpent seruile. or perceiued sensuall. semblance. H6r *) of hard English words. in opinion. (* fol. [fr] sentinell. to put into an indifferent mans hands. or perceiuing sensible. slauish seruitude. or that which followeth. to deuide. curst. or compasse seminarie. smatterer. graue. or seede plot for young trees. a nurserie. feeling. or one hauing but a little skill snatch. and importance serpentine. sincere. pertaining to the flesh. or subtiltie. plainely signifying simile. are bought. and bodily sence sententious. or other wayes situation. vnlawefull. some what learned. and solde for money simplicitie. easily felt. or resimilitude. halfe a circle. or lay in the ground sequele. (* synonyms end *) [fr] simonie. (* synonyms *) likenes. pure. fetter significant.

moue solide. spot. or any thing that is (* fol. keepe company. or one with whom (* fol. to doe a thing with great pompe. comfort solemnize. or craftie disputer sophistikation. or highest in authoritie. mount high sociall. glistering. heauie. deceitsophisme. or issuing foorth of water [fr] soile. (* synonyms *) a cauilling. foule. chiefe. foole. fellowship. company sodomitrie. not hollowe solitarie. like a sponge spousals. [fr] source. *) is round spicerie. fome. or paying sophister. dunse [fr] soueraigne. or declare particularly specke. (g) cauiller. vnloosing. when one man lyeth filthylie with another man [fr] soiourne. betrothings. or marke spectacle. large. or deuotion [fr] solicite. shinning splene. waue. sure. surenes. strong stable. or (* synonyms *) fellowe like. (g) round circle.y y y y snipperings. stedfast . or contracts spume. a place to keepe spice in splendent. *) whom a man may easily keepe company. y y y y y y y y y (* contd. or froth stabilitie. H6v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. or durtie spatious. a thing to be looked at sperme. or broade specifie. full speech. one that wil sociable. pairings [fr] soare. remaine in a place solace. certaine. H7r *) of hard English words. or without company solution. wide. (* synonyms end *) [fr] sotte. milt spongeous. alone. (* synonyms end *) societie. signifie. reuerence. seede sphære. sound.

a standing place statue. to astonish stupiditie. kept vnder. a pollicie. succeeding. following by course and order. humble. craftie. or brought in subiection sublimity. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y strict. deceitfull subuerte. confirmed. (* fol. or wittie shift in warre stricke. height. dilligent. to turne vpside downe. barrennes stigmaticall (g) knauish. drawe. noted for a lewd naughty fellowe. containing counsaile and exhortation subalterne. wilie. a deputie. (* synonyms end *) subtill. or forme of speech. H7v *) An Alphabeticall table. desirous of learning. (* synonyms *) take from. to procure false witnes subscribe. or writing stillatorie. withsubtract. or hang stratageme. or sharpe. a solemne couenant strangle. or haue a being substitute. manner. bignes sterilitie. lowly. one made strong station. or any other matter stature. one that serueth for wages stipulation. burnt through the eare for a rogue. seuere. set on high. or one set in place of another. astonishment. or smalenes studius. following hard by subsiste. height. substract. to abide.y y y y y y y y y y y y stablished. brought in subiection [fr] suborne. write vnder. strictnes. kill. subdued. stile. highnes sublime. an image of wood. narrownes. lift vp submisse. straight. or to agree with another in any matter subsequent. to de- . a distilling place stipendarie. stupefie. sure. dulnes suasorie.

vpper side. shorten. place aboue another superscription. (* fol. tell priuily. or briefe. with the feete. humbly intreating support. or trippe. giuing more then is required. (* synonyms end *) superficies. (* synonyms *) needelesse. a bishops deputie. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. taking onely the outside. or pulpit sulphure. to choake vp. beare vp. or helper suffrage. or prayer [fr] suppliant. prompt. that which superfluous. or voice. vnnecessarie ouer much. or gentle supplication. superabundant. an abridgement. brimstone [fr] summarie. *) stroy. or strangle suffragane. one giuen to false and vaine religion supplant. or out side superficiall. consent. make soft. or put in mind of. H8v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y superioritie. in fewe words [fr] sumptuous. or thing drawne into a lesse compasse summarilie. a high place. feareful in matters of religion without cause. that which maketh vp. ouerthrowe. rich supererogation. and vttermost part superio(* fol. briefely. costly. fastened vnto suffocate. or conuaie vnder . supplement. suffixed. he that comes in place of another succincte. followe. runneth ouer. request. or addeth that which wanteth in any thing [fr] supple.stroy. or close girt vp suggest. or come in anothers place successor. or helpe suggest. succeede. writing aboue superstitious. H8r *) of hard English words.

darke. hurt [fr] surmount. (g) any griefe. saying nothing taciturnite. following a disease synagogue. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y surrender. (g) a generall assemblie. (g) creede symmetrie. (* fol. more then inough [fr] surprise. iudging. or surpasse. little table tabernacle. (g) fellowelike feeling. sycophant. and vnawares. I1v *) An Alphabeticall table . ouercharge. [fr] surrender. or keeping counsaile [fr] tapish. doubt. keepe downe. or passion. suppresse. or vncertaintie sustained. (* fol. clowne swarth. or pauilion tacite. still. to come vpon. the highest. conceale. to yield vp to another [fr] surrogate. silent. lie downe. suffered. or endured swaine. a deputie in anothers place [fr] suruiue. or greatest supremacie. goe awry erre. ouer liue. goe beyond (* synonyms end *) surplus. symptome. or liue after suspense.y y y y y y y y y y supposition. (* synonyms *) exceede. supposing. chiefedome. or keepe secret supreme. to giue ouer. (g) tale bearer or false accuser. or imagining. hide it selfe I. or blackish swarue. silence. or meeting T y y y y y [fr] Tablet. (g) a due proportion of one part with another sympathie. or cease [fr] surcharge. and to take of a suddaine. or highest place in authoritie aboue all others [fr] surcease. thinking. (g) place of assemblie synode. taxed. a tent. I1r *) of hard English words. symball.

or mock thwite. for a time temporise. abashed timiditie. note. seised. appointed to pay a subsidie temerarious. fearefulnes tincture. last will testification.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y taxed. or torment thwart. records. rashnes. or accent . (g) the contemplation. tenacitie. shaue timerous. hang. (g) a kings seate. (* synonyms *) temperatenes. (g) a tune. that which indureth but for a certaine time temporarie. strangle. moderate temperature. sobrietie. vnaduisednes temperance. tertian. boisterous. hold. or manner of holding a possession termination. or prince of a fourth part. die. or the countrie lying about the citie. or stormie temporall. throtle. moderation temperate. or staining tolerable. earthly testament. meane. (* fol. temperament. or chaire of estate. smalenesse. that which may be suffered tone. tetrarch. nigardnes tenuitie. fearefull. or bounding [fr] teritorie. or inward knowledge. belonging to euery third day terrestriall. vnaduised. (g) diuinitie. finishing. I2r *) of hard English words y y y y y y y y y y y y y testimonies. rash. to serue the time. a colour. witnessing testimonies. (g) gouernour. and behauiour of the time. ending. of any art throne. region. crosse. of a country theologie. the science of liuing blessedly for euer theoricke. or due proportion. (* synonyms end *) tempestuous. depositions or witnessings. or to followe the fashions. or slendernesse [fr] tenure. or hairebraine temeritie. keeping a meane.

quietnes. [fr] traffique. or defame. like a tragedy. lintell ouer a dore transparent. to transfigure. transpose. chaunging transmigration. climing ouer. tragedie. (g) a solemne play. that which may bee seene through transport. a treatise. conceiue ouer transforme. company tranquilitie. or booke. followers. (* fol. a maker. or player. a deliuering from one to another. sorrowfull. I2 to (* fol. (* synonyms *) change from one fashion. or thrust through . *) to bring in. bargayning tragedian. traduce. transmutation. I2v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (* contd. to another transome. find out by the foote steppes tractable. mounting vp transferre. I3r *) of hard English words. breake.y y y y y y [fr] trace. a change from one place. of a tragedy. a passing from one place. a changing of one substance into another [fr] trauerse. to dwell in another. [fr] traine. easie to handle. or calmenes. handling any matter [fr] tracte. to slaunder. reproach. describing cruell murders and sorrowes tragicall. change transubstantiation. altering. cruell. y y y transpose. soone passing away. another (* synonyms end *) transgresse. carie ouer. from one place to another. or drawe from one to another. or rest transcendent. translation. strike. or length tradition. offende or goe ouer [fr] transitorie. or easie to be entreated tractate. a space. not long lasting.

a time of ceasing from labour [fr] vagabonde. or deuided into three parts. preuaile. (* synonyms *) troublous. company. or estimation [fr] vanquish. or force. (g) circles in the heauen which when the sunne comes too. tumult. peace trucheman. voyde. sorrowe. iudgement seate [fr] tributarie. (* synonyms end *) tribe. an interpreter I3 truculent. or band of men in an army truce. ward. nered. (* synonyms end *) tiranize. weapon. anguish tribunall. threefold. force. trunchion. or strength value. vse crueltie type. I3v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y y y truculent. courage. or disquieting. (* fol. great ioy outwardly shewed triumphant. cruell. ouercome. vprore. reioycing for the conquest [fr] trompe. a victorie. hurly. shadowe of any thing. example. strength. that payeth tribute [fr] tribute. or billet trophee. conquer.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y triangle. or any thing set in signe of victorie tropickes. one that will stay no where validitie. beginnes to returne againe. [fr] troupe. triuiall. pension. or value valour. or ouerthrowe . or subsidie tripartite. common. V y y y y y y y Vacant. (g) figure. or terrible in countenance. rent. (* synonyms *) three cortriangular. a company. stake. of smale estimation triumph. or hundred [fr] tribulation. disturbing turbulent. deceiue troncheon. price. burly or insurrection tumultuous. trouble. or emptie vacation. runnagate.

venerous. (* fol. change. emptie [fr] vauntcourers. that hath gotten many victories. (* synonyms end *) veniall. strong. ayre. saleable ventricle. destroyed. worshipfull. or vestiment. perfectly verbositie. forerunners vbiquitie. and pratling veritie. vowing chastitie vesture. one set as a deputie in the Kings place. beautifull verbatim. and readie to be solde venerable. or reaking varietie. or growing. slaue. easie. word by word. client vaste. faire. earnest. varnish. one that supplyeth the place of another. shine vegetable. make verses vertigiousnes. to proue it to be true versifie. the stomacke which receiues the meate venuste. that which may be pardoned vente. clothing. faultie. vehement. or reuerende veneriall. (* synonyms *) fleshly. I4v *) An Alphabeticall table y y y y y [fr] viceroy. giuen to lecherie. (* synonyms *) garment. vicious. spoiled. forcible vendible. lightnes. or diuersitie [fr] vassall. a nunne. I4r *) of hard English words. moisture. or lecherous. victailes [fr] viceroy. presence of a person in all places.y y y y vapor. (* fol. (* synonyms end *) [fr] viand. or a swimming of the heade vestall. neighbourhoode vicegerent. or full of vice victorious. truth verifie. vicinitie. . saileable. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y [fr] vauntcourers. springing. attire. as herbes. much talking. hote breath.

concord (* synonyms end *) vnitie. forme. deflowre. to quicken. or looke vppon vigilance. liuely. I5r *) of hard English words. vitiate. face. an oyntment. liuely. full of poyson. like a viper. watchfull. cruell. to blister. forcible. to make one thing of two. or of a viper. one consent of hart and mind vnction. vigour. or a phantasie. or inconstancie . not content vniformitie. to couple. or moe. strength. y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y viuificent. going to see vitall. swiftnes. to transgresse. or breake. behold. or trade of life. marke. viuificent. vision. estate. (* synonyms *) peace. one and the same fashion vniuersall. or ioyne: vnsatiable. or make full of sores vmpire. or botch vlcerate. that neuer hath enough. with the voice. [fr] visage. apparition. vineyard. violent. to corrupt.y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y viewe. (* fol. iniurious: viperine. not able to be conceiued vnacessible. venemous. or make aliue: vlcer. common: vocall. neither can be satis-fied: volubilitie. that may be seene visitation. or force vincible. that may be wonne. or fat iuyce vnitie. bile. or pertayning to life. iudge: vnconceaueable. dilligence. virago. vnanimitie. a woman of manly courage virulent. graue. defile. vncomlie vndermine. and defile. dig vnguent. or vnion. annointing vndecent. or pertaining to the voyce: vocation. visible. or consider. vnsatiable. that cannot be come to. generall. or easily ouercome. or full of strength viuifie. sight. or deflower. courage. calling. or shape. orchard of grapes violate.

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and dry cleaners depressed? . Peppier: The waiter at a fancy restaurant whose sole purpose seems to be walking around asking diners if they want ground pepper. Pupkus: The moist residue left on a window after a dog presses its nose to it. doesn't it follow that electricians can be delighted. Phonesia: The affliction of dialing a phone number and forgetting whom you were calling just as they answer. models deposed. Straight piece of wood: Half a boomerang Monastery: A home for unmarried fathers Xenophobic: A fear of starting words with the letter Z If lawyers are disbarred and clergymen defrocked. tree surgeons debarked. even when you're only six inches away. Telecrastination: The act of always letting the phone ring at least twice before you pick it up.y y y y y y y Lactomangulation: Manhandling the 'open here' spout on a milk container so badly that one has to resort to the 'illegal' side. Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it. New definitions for existing terms y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Inkling: A baby fountain pen Claustrophobic: A fear of Father Christmas Subordinate Clauses: Santa's little helpers Esplanade: To attempt an explanation while drunk Negligent: Describes a condition in which you absent-mindedly answer the door in your nightgown Lymph: To walk with a lisp Flatulence: Emergency vehicle that picks you up after you are run over by a steamroller Balderdash: A rapidly receding hairline Good health: The slowest possible rate at which one can die Nervous wreck: An anxious ship at the bottom of the ocean Gargoyle: Olive-flavoured mouthwash Psychopath: The route taken by crazy people Coffee: The person upon whom one coughs Flabbergasted: Appalled over how much weight you have gained Abdicate: To give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach A short. musicians denoted. Reintarnation: Coming back to life as a hillbilly. cowboys deranged.

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