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GLOSSARIAL INDEX.
TEMPEST.
TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA.
MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.

LONDON:

Printed for T. Longman, B. Law and Son, C. Dilly, J. Robson, J. Johnson,

T. Vernor, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, T. Cadell, J. Murray, R. Baldwin,
H. L. Gardner, J. Sewell, J. Nicholls, F. and C. Rivington, W. Goldsmith,
T. Payne, Jun. S. Hayes, R. Faulder, W. Lowndes, B. and J. White,
G. and T. Wilkie, J. and J. Taylor, Scatcherd and Whitaker, T. and J.
Egerton, E. Newbery, J. Barker, J. Edwards, Ogilvy and Speare,
J. Cuthell, J. Lackington, J. Deighton, and W. Miller,

M, DCC. XCIII.

GLOSSARIAL INDEX

OF

WORDS, PHRASES, CUSTOMS, AND

PERSONS,

EXPLAINED OR MENTIONED IN THE NOTES.

A.

abufed. XIII. 34.

XIV. 256. a. VII. 491.

XV. 396. a land. XIII. 441, 502.

aby. V. 110. a mile beyond the moon, XIII. abysm. III. 14. 339.

accommodation. IX. 129. a one. VII. 488.

accoft. IV. 16. a row. VII. 302.

account. XIII. 392. abate. X. 698.

accuse. X. 79 abated. IX. 16.

Acheron. VII. 492. ....XII. 157

achieve. X. 197. ABC. VIII. 22.

acknown. XV. 538. Abergavenny, lord. XI. 9. aconitum. IX. 186. abhominable. V. 303.

acquittance. XV. 608. abhor. XI. 90.

act. IX. 291. abide. VII. 116.

action. VII. 54. abjects. X. 467

c. XV.

417 able. XIV. 240.

action taking. XIV. 92. abortive pride. X. 126.

Adam. VII. 280. about my brain. XV. 151. adamant. V. 59. Abradas. X. 130.

Adam Bell. IV. 413. Abraham colour. III. 343.

Adam Cupid. XIV. 393. Abraham men. XIV. 108. addition. XI. 309, 326, 388. abridgement. V. 142.

additions. VI. 261.

XI.

229. abroad. X. 104.

XIV. 16, 92. absolute. IV. 271.

address. III. 440. . . XIII. 518. abftract. III. 447.

addressed. IX. 183, 363. abuse. IV. 367. VOL. III.

a

XV. 134.

V. 2130

XII. 3121

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XI. 270

.. XII. 255.

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V. 521.

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IX. 320.

468.

VII. 305;

addreft. V, 148, 455,

agate. IX. 24.
Adonis' gardens. IX. 546. aged custom. XII. 104.
advance. XI. 502.

aglet. VI. 429.
advancement. XIV. 130. agnife. XV. 432.
advantage. XV. 537.

Ajax. V. 353.
adversaries. VI. 440.
adversity. XI. 400.

aim. III. 2270
advertise. IV. 186.
advertisement. IV. 522.

-- XV. 411.
advertising and holy. IV. 377. airey. X. 502.
advice. III. 215.

airey deril. VIII. 95.
IV. 382.

airey fame. XI. 256.

air remaining. XIII. 492.
VI. 290, 417

Alcides. VIII. 37.
VIII, 218.

alder liefeft. X. 6.

alderman's thumb-ring, VIII.
--- XIlI. 19.
advise. XIV. 82.

ale. III. 219.
advised. V. 425

Alexandreis. V. 490.

alife. VII. 141.
VIII. 138, 216. all. XIV. 256.
IX. 21.

all armed. V. 55.
X. 197, 530.

all hid. V. 275.

all in all. IX. 243.
advocate. VII. 168.

all obeying. XII. 579.
adulterate. X. 630.

all to. XIII. 497.
aery of children. XV. 124.

all to you.

XI.

505
afeard. III. 101.

all waters. IV. 142.
. V. 80.

Allhallowmas. III. 323.
affect. V. 280.

Allhallown-summer. VIII. 384.
affect the letter. V. 263. alliterations. V. 151.
affection. V. 301, 499.

allow. IV. 13.
. VII. 188,

IX. 169.
affectioned. IV. 66.
affections. IX. 187.

allow the wind. VI. 350.
affects. XV. 436.

allowance. XI. 302.
affeered. VII. 527.

XII. 438.
affied, VI.

XV. 175. 393•
527
affined. XI. 2440

allowed. III. 386.
XV. 385, 493•
affront. VII. 178.

XL 34, 645.

allowing. VII. 26.
- XIll. 198.

almanacks, ancient ones. VIIL
affy. X. 129.

alms-basket. V. 305.
agate. IV. 464

alone, III. 213.

XV. 405

VII. 104

XV. 139.

-- XIV. 129;

V. 345.

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XI. 330.

. XV. 154

76.

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