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Bough, s. a branch


Fane, s. a temple

Buoy, s. floating wood tyed with Feign, v n. to dissemble

Boy, s. a young


a weight


Bow, s. an instrument to shoot

Bread, s. for food

Bred, part. brought up

Buy, v a. to purchase

Faint, a. weary

Feint, s. a false march
Fain, ad. gladly
Fair, a. comely

Fare, s. price of passage

File, s. an instrument to rub Foil, v a. to overcome

By, ad. near, prep. marking the Fir, s. a kind of wood


Brews, v a. he breweth
Bruise, s. a hurt

But, a particle of speech
Butt, s. two hogsheads-

Call, v a. to name
Caul, s. net-work
Cain, s. a man's name
Cane, s. a walking stick
Cell, s. a small habitation
Sell, v a. to dispose of
Cite, v a. to summon,
Site, s. situation

Sight, s. the faculty of seeing
Clause, s. a sentence

Claws, s. the talons of a bird
Close, y a. & n. to shut up
Clothes, s. garments

Dane, s. a man of Denmark
Deign, v n. to vouchsafe
Dam, s. for stopping water
Damn, s. a mother
Damn, v a. to condemn
Dear, a. of great value
Deer, s. a beast

Dew, s. the moisture of night
Die, v n. to decease
Dye, v a. to colour
Due, s. what is owed
Doe, s. a female deer
Dough, s. paste
Done, part. performed
Dun, a. colour


Er, s. a mans name

Err, v n. to mistake

Fur, s. soft hair of beasts
Flea, s. an insect

Flee, v. n. to run away
Flew, v. n. did fly

Flue, s. soft down or fur
Flour, s, to make bread

Flower, s. the blossom of planty

Forth, ad. abroad

Fourth, a. the ordinal of four
Foul, a. filthy, nasty
Fowl, a. a bird
Frays s. quarrels
Fraise, s. a pancake
Gall, s. a bitter substance
Gaul, s. a Frenchman
Gilhart. with gold
Guil s. sin, crime
Grate, s, to held coals
Great, a. large
Groan, s. a sigh

Grown, part. increased


Hail, v n. to salute, s. frozen drops

of rain

Hale, v a. to draw along

Hart, s. a beast

Heart, s. the seat of life

Hare, s. a beast of chase

Hair, s. the tegument of the head)
Here, ad. in this place
Hear, v n, to hearken
Hew, v a. to cut
High, a. lofty

Hie, interject. to hasten
Hue, s. colour

Hugh, s. a man's name
Him, s. that man

Hymn, s. a song of praise
Hire, s. wages

Higher, adv. more high
Hoar, s. a frost

Whore, s. a harlot

Hole, s. a hollow place

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1, pronoun. myself
Nye, s. the organ of sight
Ya, prep. within

Inn, s. a house of entertainment
Kill, v a. to deprive of life
Kila, s. to dry malt &c.
Knave, s. a dishonest man
Wave, s. belonging to a wheel
Knight, s. a title of honour
Night, s. darkness

Know v a. to understand
Known, art. discovered
None, a. not one

nove, v a. he knoweth Nose, s. a part of the face


Lade, v a. to empty water &c. Lal, fat. placed

Leak, v n. to let out or in water Leek, s. an herb

Lecs, s. dregs of wine

Lease s. a tenure

Liar, s, one who tells lies.

Lyre, &, a musical instrument


Made, part. finished
Maid, s. a virgin
Main, s. the chief

Mane, s. part of a horse's neck
Male, s. the he of any species.
Mail, s. armour

Mall, s. a hammer.

Mawl, v a. to beat

Mean, a. of low value
Mien, s. behavour

Meet, v n. to come together

Mete, y a. to measure
Mite, s. an insect
Might, s. strength

Moan, v ni to lament

Mown, part. cut down
Mote, s. a ditch
Moat, s. in the eye
Mower, s. that moweth
More, s. a greater quantity

New, a. not old.

Kae v, part, did know

Naught, a. corrupt

ught. s. nothing

Not, a part, of negation

a. to complicate in knots

Oar, s. to row with
Ore, s. metal
Oh, interject. alas

Owe, v a. to be indebted
Our, pron. belonging to us.
Hour, s. sixty minutes


Pale, a. not fresh coloured
Pail, s. a vessel

Pall, s. a funeral cloth

Paul, s. a man's name

Pain, s. torment

Pane, s. a square of glass.

Pear, s. a fruit

Pare, v a. to cut offˆ
Peer, s. a Lord
Fier, s. a large glass
Place, s. local existence
Plaice, s. a fish.

Plain, v a. to make level ·
Plane, s. a level surface
Plate, s. a flat piece of metat
Plait, s, a fold in a garment.
Pray, va. to supplicate.
Prey, s. a booty


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Sail, s. belonging to a ship
Sale, s. selling

Scene, s. belonging to a stage
Seen, part. beheld
Seas, s. great waters
Sees, v a. he sees

Sent, v a. ordered away
Scent, s. a smell
Site, s. situation

Cite, v a. to summon

Sight, s. open view

Sloe, s. a fruit

Slow, a. not speedy

Sow, v a. to scatter seed

Sew, v a. to join with a needle
Sole, s. part of the foot, a fish
Some, s. a part
Sum, s. the whole
Son, s. a male child

Sun, s. the source of light
Sore, s. an ulcer

Soar, v n. to mount upwards
Stare, v n. to look earnestly
Stair, s. a step

Stear, s. a young bullock
Steer, v a. to guide

Stile, s. a set of steps

Style, s. manner of writing
Straight, a. direct

Strait, s. a narrow pass


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Tacks, s. small nails

Would, the preterite of will


Words of two syllables accented upon the first

Abbey, s. a monastery

Ab ject, a. contemptible

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Absence, s. the state of not being Ad der, s. a serpent


Ab sent, a. not present

Ac cent, s. the marke to regulate the

pronunciation of syilables

A cid, a. sour, sharp

A corn, s. the oak

A cre, s. a quantity of land
A crid, a, of a hot biting taste.
Ac tion, s. a state opposite to rest
Active, a, busy, quick

Adjunct, s. something united
Ad vent, s. the space of four wooks
before Christmas

Ad verb, s. a part of speech
Ad verse, a. calamitous
Af flux, s. the act of flowing
Ag ate, s. a precious stone
A gent, s. a deputy actor
A gue, s. a kind of fever
A lien, s. a foreigner

Al um, s. a kind of mineral
Am ber, s. gummous substance.

Am ble, v n. 4o pace

Am ple, a. large

Am ply, ad. largely

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An chor, s. an iron to fasten a ship Bar ren, a unfruitful

An gel, s. a spirit

An ger, s. rage

Bar ter, y a, & n. to trafick Bashful, a modest

An gle, s. a corner where two lines Ba sin, s. a vessel.


An gry, a. displeased

An them, s. a holy song

An tick, a. odd

Apple, s. a fruit
Apt ly, ad. properly
Ar bor, s. a bower
Ar deut, a. hot, firy
Ar gue, v a. & n. to reason
Ar mour, s. defensive arms
Art ful, a. cunning, skilful
Artist, s. a curious workman
Art less, a. simple, honest
As pen, s. a tree

A tom, s. a small particle
Aw ful, a. terrible

Axle, s. a le passing through a
body on which it may revolve
Azure, a. blue colored

Bab ble, n. to talk idly
Pa bish, a. childish

Back wards, ad. toward the back-
Bad ger, s. an animal
Fadly, ad, not well
Baf fle, v a. to confound
Bag gage, s. furniture.
Bag pipe, s. a musical pipe
Bai liff, s. a subordinate officer
Balance, s. a pair of scales
Rale ful, a. sorrowful

Bal lad, s. a song

Bas tard, s. a purious child
Bate ment, s. dimunition

Bat ter, s. a mixture of ingredients.
Bat tle, s, a fight

Baw dy, a. obscene

Bea gle, s. a hound

Beard ed, a. having beard

Bea ver, s. the name of a beast
Bed lam, s. a house for mad people-
Bdrid, a. confined to bed

Berl stead, s. the frame of a bed
Be hire, s. a case for bees

Bech mast, s. the fruit of the beech


Bee tle, s. an insect
Beg gar, s. one who begs
Be ing, s. existence
Bel dam, s. an old hag
Bel fry, s. a place for bells

Bel lows, s. used to blow the fire-
Bi ble, s. the sacred book
Billet s. a ticket

Bil low, s. a rolling wave
Bind ing, s. bandage

Birth right, s. the right by birth Bi shop, s. one of superior order the church

Blad der, s. a pustule
Blame less, a. innocent
Blan ket, s. a woollen cover
Bla zon, v a. to embellish
Bleak ness, s. coldness

Bal last, s. weight in the botton of a Ble mish, s disgrace

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Bless ing, s. divine favour

Blind fold, v a. to blind the eyes

Blind ness, s. want of sight

Blith some, a. cheerful

Block head, s. a stupid fellow
Blood y, a. cruel

Blub ber, s. the oily part of a whale
Blud geon, s. a short stick
Blun der, s a mistake
Bluster, v n. to storm
Bog gle, v nato hesitate
Bog gy, a, swampy

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Bond age, s. captivity.

Bux om, a. wanton

Buy er, s. one who buys

Buz zard, s. a block head


Bon fire, s. a fire made for triumph Cab bage, s. vegetable

Bon net, s. a kind of cap

Boo by, s. a stupid fellow

Boo ty, s. plunder

Bor der, s. the edge of any thing Bo som, s. the breast

Bow els, s. the intestines

Ca bin, s. a small room
Ca ble, s. a great rope

Ca dence, s the fall of the voices
Ca di, s a magistrate in Turkey
Cai tiff, s. a knave

Cal dron, s. a kettle

Brace let, s. an ornament for the Call ing, s. vocation


Brackish, a. saltish

Bran dish, v a. to wield a sword.
Bra zier, s. a worker in brass
Bras sy, a. partaking of brass
Brave ly, ad. courageously
Break fast, s. the first meal of the

Breast plate, s. armour for the breast Breast work, s. works thrown up by the defendants,

Breath ing, s. aspiration

Brew er, s. one who makes beer Bride groom, s. a man newly married

Brim stone, s. sulphur
Bri ny, a. salt

Bris ket, s. the breast of an animal
Brisk ly, ad. vigorously

Brist ly a. beset with bristles
Brit tle, a, fragile,

Bro ker, s. a factor
Broth el, s. bawdy house

Brow beat, v a. to depress with stern looks,

Bru mal, a. belonging to the winter Bru tal, a. savage

Bub ble, s. a small watery bladder Buck ler, s. a shield

Buck ram, s. stiff cloth

Bug bear, s. a frightful object

Build er, s he who builds

Bul kv, a. of great size


Cal lous, a. hard
Calm ly, ad. mildly

Cam brick, s. fine linen
Cam el s. a beast
Cam let, s. a kind of stuff®
Cam phire, s. a gum
Cancer, s. a crab fish
Can did, a. white

Can dour, s. purity of mind
Can ker, s, a corrosion
Can to, s. a section of poems
Can ton, s. a division of land
Ca per, s. a dance
Ca pon, s. a cock
Cap ture, s. a prize
Car cass, s. a dead body
Care less, a. without care
Ca ret, s. a mark thus (A)
Car nage, s. slaughter-
Car nal, a. fleshy

Carp ing, a. captious,
Car rot, s. a garden root
Cart er, s. who drives a cart
Car trage,
Car tridge,


s. a case for

pow der

Cary ing, s. sculpture
Cask et, s. a box of jewels
Cas sock, s. a close garment
Cás tor, s a beaver
Cas trate, v a. to geld

Catch poll, s. a sergent

Cav ern, s. a hollow under ground
Ca vils, s. frivolous objections

Bur nish, v a. to polish & n. to grow Ca vil, v n. to raise objections

Bush el s. a measure

Bush y, a. full of bushes

Bus kin, s. a kind of half boot

Bus tle, s. a tumult

But ler, s. a servant

Cause way, s. a raised way

Caus tick, s. a burning application Cau tion, s. prudence

Cease less, a. perpetual

Ceiling, s. the inner roof

Cel lar, s. a room under ground

But ter, s. the unctious part of milk Ce ment, s. union

Buttress, s. a prop

Cen ser, s, fer incense

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