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GLOSSARIAL INDEX,

OF

WORDS, PHRASES, CUSTOMS, AND PERSONS,

EXPLAINED OR MENTIONED IN THE NOTES.

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A.

address, III. 113.
a, VII. 160.

. IV. 32.
a mile beyond the moon, XVII. addressed, IX. 137, 279.
75.

XIV. 58.
a row, VI. 398.

addrest, II. 359.
abate, XI. 185.

advance, XV. 338.
abated, IX. 15.

advancement, XIV, 228.
XIII. 122.

advantage, XVI. 326.
A B C, VII. 297.

adversaries, VI. 56.
Abergavenny, lord, XI. 199. adversity, XII. 160.
abide, VI. 252.

advertise, III. 316.
abjects, XI. 16.

advertisement, IV. 280.
about my brain, XV. 122. advertising and holy, III. 477.
Abradas, X. 223.

advice, II. 179.
Abraham colour, III. 41.

III. 481.
abridgment, II. 355.

V. 242.
. XV. 108.

VI. 38.
abroad, X. 203.

VIII. 29.
absolute, III. 387.

- IX. 245.
XVII. 220.

XIV. 190.
abstract, III. 119, 468.

advised, IV. 333.
abused, XIV. 321.

VI. 401.
aby, II. 328.

IX. 18.
abysm, II. 16.

X. 273.
accost, IIT. 177.

XI. 63.
accuse, X. 183.

XVI. 218.
Acheron, VII. 161.

advocate, VI. 296.
aconitum. IX. 139.

adulterate, XI. 139.
acquittance, XVI. 383.

afeard, II. 87, 304.
act, IX. 221.

affect, IV. 28.
action taking, XIV. 197. affect the letter, IV. 70.
Adam Cupid, XII. 260.

affection, IV. 100.
adamant, II. 287.

VI. 175.
addition, XII. 85, 99, 150. affectioned, III. 218.
additions, V. 218.

affections, IX. 139.
XII. 22.

affects, XVI. 243.

affeered, VII. 193.

amaze, X. 99.
affied, VI. 127.

amaze the welkin, XI. 190.
affined, XVI. 291.

amazed, VII. 382, 395.
affront, VI. 303.

VII. 121.
XII. 33.

XVI. 141.
XV. 125.

XII. 304.
affy, X. 222.

Amazonian chin, XIII. 65.
agate, IV. 234.

amber, VI. 270.
- IX. 21.

ambition, XI. 301.
aged custom, XIII. 80.

ames ace, V. 216.
agnise, XVI. 240.

amiss, XV. 210.
Ajax, IV, 76.

amort, VI. 115.
aim, II. 187.

Amurath, IX. 162.
- XIV. 15.

an, II. 259.
- XV. 209.

III. 45.
aiery, XI. 43.

.. XII. 27.
airy devil, VII. 354.

an if, II. 315.
airy fame, XII. 43.

anchor, XV. 157.
air remaining, XVII. 200. anchors, III. 370.
Alcides, VII. 309.

angel faces, XI. 277.
alder liefest, X. 128.

angle, VI. 244.
alderman's thumb-ring, VIJI. XV. 264.
239.

anight, V. 44.
ale, II. 182.

anon, anon, IX. 80.
a-life, VI. 274.

answer, XVI. 152.
all, XIV. 320.

Anthropophaginian, III. 133.
all armed, II. 284.

anticipate, VII. 182.
all hid, IV. 79.

antick, VIII. 18.
all obeying, XIII. 322.

X. 96.
all to you, XV. 341.

antipodes, II. 314.
Allhallowmas, II1. 24.

antiquity, IX. 30.
Allhallown-summer, VIII. 169. antres, XVI. 232.
alliterations, II. 362.

ape, XII. 261.
allow, III. 174.

XV. 200.
VI. 243.

Apemantus, XV. 321.
- IX. 127.

apparent, IV. 392.
allow the wind, V. 291.

VI. 178.
allowance, XII. 80.

appeal, XIII. 293.
XIII. 107.

apple-John, IX. 57.
XV. 142.

appointment, XII. 142.
XVI. 208.

apprehension, X. 52.
allowed, III. 72.

apprehensive, IX. 134.
IV. 133.

XIV. 61.
XI. 219.

approbation, III. 329, 470.
XV. 447.

VI. 207.
ailowing, VI. 178.

IX. 209.
almanacks, ancient ones, VII.

XVI. 27.
339.

approof, V. 176.
alms-basket, IV. 103.

approve, IV. 371.
alone, II. 177.

XV. 6, 269.
amaze, III. 160.

approved, II. 232.
V. 19.

approvers, XVI. 63.

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April, XV. 407.

atone, VIII. 16.
aqua vitæ, III. 244.

XIII. 238.
Arabian bird, XIII. 281.

XVI. 23, 369.
arbitrate, VII. 227.

attask, XIV. 185.
arch, XIV. 191.

attended, X. 394.
Ardenne, V. 13.

attent, XV. 34.
argentine, XVII. 283.

attorney, X. 120.
Argier, II. 31.

XI. 173.
argosies, IV. 311.

avaunt, XI. 251.
argument, II. 324.

averring notes, XVI. 171.
IV. 236.

Audrey, V. 88.
V. 64.

augre hole, VII. 114.
VI. 243.

aukward, XVII. 271.
VIII. 209.

Aumerle, VIII. 42, 119.
IX. 271.

aunts, VI. 247.
XV. 357.

away with, IX. 100.
Ariadne, XII. 173.

awful, II. 209.
Aristotle, XII. 72.

awful banks, IX. 122
armado, VII. 361.

awless, XI. 77.
arms, XII. 51.

aye, II. 62, 246.
aroint, VII. 25.

B.
arras, III. 98.
VII. 350.

Baccare, VI. 60.
art, XIV. 99.

badged, VII. 110.
articulate, XIII. 42.

baffled, VIII. 15, 165.
articulated, VIII. 314.

Bajazet's mule, V. 256.
artificial, II. 321.

bake elf locks, XII. 248.
as, V. 302.

bale, XIII. 11.
Ascapart, X. 172.

baleful, X. 116.
ascaunse, XV. 238.

balked, VIII. 151.
Asher-house, XI. 290.

ban dog, X. 151.
ashy, X. 202.

Banbury cheese, III. 18.
aspersion, II. 99.

band, VI. 380.
assay, XV. 80.

XIII. 283.
XVI. 224.

bands, VIII. 278.
assinego, XII. 60.

bandy, XIV. 169.
assumed, XV. 175.

banked, VII. 404.
assurance, XV. 247.

Banks's horse, IV. 23.
assured, VI. 371.

banning, X. 105.
VII. 330.

banquet, VI. 140.
astonished, IX. 360.

XIII. 270.
astringer, V. 288.

bans, XIV. 211.
at any hand, VI. 51.

Barbason, IX. 240.
at hand, quoth pick-purse, barber-monger, XIV. 198.
VIII. 197.

bare, II. 197.
Atalanta, V. 72.

XIII. 155.
Até, IV. 210.

Bargulus, X. 223.
IV. 144.

barm, II. 265.
VII. 305.

barnacles, II. 116.
atomie, V. 79.

barne, VI. 237.
atomies, XII. 245.

barns, IV. 253.
atomy, IX. 181.

barren, II. 311.
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Barston, IX. 175.

beautified, XV. 84.
Bartholomew boar pig, IX. 75. becalm, XVI. 200.
base, XVI. 149.

becks, XV. 341.
base court, VIII. 90.

bedfellow, IX. 243.
base degrees, XIV. 29.

bedlam, X. 266.
base life, XIV. 229.

bedward, XIII. 32.
bases, XVII. 167.

beef witted, XII. 58.
Basilisco, VII. 300.

beetles, XV. 55.
basilisk, VIII. 213, 196.

beg us, IV. 134.
basilisks, IX. 363.

Beggar and King, VIII. 125.
bason and ewer, XV. 361. behaviour, VII. 283.
basta, VI. 41.

behowls, II. 374.
Bastard, VIII. 222.

belching whale, XVII. 200.
III. 407.

belee'd, XVI. 200.
bat, XIV. 314.

Bell book and candle, VII. 356.
batch, XII. 159.

belongings, III. 315.
bate, III: 40.

be-mete, VI. 121.
VI. 106.

bemoiled, VI. 99.
bating, XII. 309.

bend up, VII. 76.
batlet, V. 44.

IX. 271.
batten, XV. 185.

bend you, XV. 28.
bauble, V. 283.

bends adornings, XIII. 244.
XII. 284.

benefit, X. 117.
bawcock, VI. 172.

benefits, XIV. 182.
bay, III. 352.

bent, XV. 79.
bay curtal, V. 215.

bent of honour, IV. 266.
bay trees, VIII. 58.

benumbed, XII. 72.
bay window, III. 282.

Bergomask dance, II. 373.
Baynard's Castle, XI. 109, 111. Bermudas, II. 28.
beadsman, VIII. 77.

beshrew, II. 295.
beak, II. 26.

best, IX. 274.
beam, XI). 185.

best indued, IX. 249.
bear a brain, XII. 232.

bestow, V. 119.
bear in hand, IV. 271.

bestowed, III. 405.
IX. 22.

bestraught, VI. 26.
bear-baiting, II. 343.

bestrid, XIII. 65.
beard, VIII. 291.

bestride, IX. 19.
- IX. 292.

XIII. 137
- XV. 109.

beteem, II. 248.
beards, V. 59.

beteeme, XV. 30.
VII. 33.

better, VIL 122.
bearing, IV. 206.

. XV. 391.
bearing cloth, VI. 239.

Bevis, XI. 201.
bears his head, XII. 45. bevy, XI. 230.
beast with two backs, XVI. 207. bewray, X. 293.
beat, X. 156.

XIV. 194, 269.
heating, 11. 132.

beyond, II. 59.
beaver, IX. 119.

Bezonian, IX. 176.
XV. 37.

X. 225.
Beauchamp, Anne, IX. 88. bias cheek, XII. 143.
Beaufort, Edmond, duke of bickerings, X. 132.
Somerset, X. 417.

bid, IV. 286, 346.

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