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Bough, s. a branch
Boy, s. a young lad

Fane, s. a temple
Buoy, s. floating wood tyed with Feigh, v 1. to dissemble

Faint, a. weary
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Feint, s. a false march
Baw, s. an instrument to shoot Fain, ad. gladly
Bread, s. for food

Fair, a. comely
Bred, part. brought up

Fare, s. price of passage

File, s. an instrument to rub. Buy, v a. to purchase

Foil, v a. to overcome By, ad. near, prep. marking the Fir, s. a kind of wood agent

Fur, s. soft hair of beasts Brews, y a. he breweth

Flea, s. an insect Bruise, s. a hurt

Flee, v. n. to run away

Flew, v. n. did fly But, a particle of speech

Flue, s. soft down or fur
Butt, s. two hogsheads.

Flour, s, to make bread
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Flower, s. the blossom of planty Call, v a. to name

Forth, ad. abroad Caul, s. net-work

Fourth, a. the ordinal of four

Fou!, a. filthy, nasty Cain, s. a man's name

Fowi, a. a bird Cane, s. a walking stick I'rays s. quarrels Cell, s. a small habitation Fraise, s. a pancake Sell, v a. to dispose of

Gall, s. a bitter substanca Cite, y a. to sumnion,

Gaul, s. a Frenchman

Gild part. with gold Site, s. situation

Guilty s. sin, crime Sight, s. the faculty of seeing Grate, s. to hold coals Clause, s. a sentence

Great, a, large Claws, s. the talons of a bird Groan, s. á sigli Close, v a. & n. to shut up

Grown, part, increased

H Clothes, s. garments

Hail, v n. to salute, 3. frc zen croir

of raia Dane, s. a man of Deninark

Hale, v a. to draw along Deign, v n. to vouchsafe

Hart, s. a beast Dam, s. for stopping water

Heart, s. the seat of life Dain, s. a mother

Hare, s. a beast of chase Damn, v a. to condemn

Hair, s. the tegument of the head) Dear, a. of great value

Ilere, ad, in this place
Deer, s. a beast

Hear, v n, to hearken
Dew, s. the moisture of sight Hew, v a. to cut
Die, v n. to decease

High, a. lofty
Dye, y a. to colour

Hie, interject, to hasten Due, S. what is owed

Hue, s. colour Doe, s. a female decr

Hugh, s. a man's name Dougli, s. paste

Him, s. that man Done, part. performed

Hymn, s. a song of praise Dun, a. colour

Hire, s. wages

Higher, adv. more hig'ı Er, s, a mans name

Hoar, s. a frost
Err, v n. to mistake

Wliore, s. a harlot
Hole, s. a kollow placé

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I I, pronoun. myself Nye, s. the organ of sight !!, firef!. within minn, s. a house of entertaininent Will, v a. to deprive of life Xilo, S. to dry mait &c. Antre, s. a dishonest inan Save, s. belonging to a wheel Knislit, S. a title of honour Tight, s. ciarkness Knowi v 2. to understand Knowr, part. discovered one, a. not one

o'ys, V a. he knoweth ose, s. a part of the face

L 219 v a. to empty water &c. Hi!, art. placed here,c. to let out or in water Istk, s. an ih Lecs, s. dress of wine Lease s. a tenure

ar, , one who toks lies
byre, s. a nusical instruinent

NI
Made, part. finished
Tail, s. 2 virgi?
!!!, S. the chei
Blane, s. part of a horse's neck
Tue, s. the hic of any species.
Nails s. arinyir
Mail, s. a ham er
Mawi, v a. to beat
Mean, a. of low value
Mien, s, behavour
Meet, v n. to come together
Mete, v a. to measure
lite, s. an insect
Miglat, s. strength
Mat, v 1. to lament
New, art. cut down,
A Tote, s. adica
Kloat, s. in the eye
Mue, S. that noweth
Nire, so a greater tuntity

Oar, s. to row with
Ore, s. metal
Oh, interject. alas
Owe, v a, to be indebted
Our, fron. belonging to us..
Hour, s. sixty minutes

P.
Pale, a. not fresh coloured.
Pail, s. 2 vessel
Pail, s. a funeral cloth
Paul, s. a man's name
Pain, s. torment
Fane, s. a square of glass
Pear; s. a fruit
Pare, v a. to cut off
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 metal
Plait, s, a fold in a garinent.
Pray, va, to supplicate
Prey, s. a booty

Quean, s. a worthless woman Queen, s. a king's wife

Rain, s. water from the clouds Feign, v 1. toʻgorern as a king lien, s. part of a bridle Read, vd did read Red, s, a colour Read, v a. to peruso Root, s. case "Vrest, va, to force Bletch, v 1. to vomit Wretch, s. a riserabie mortai Risme, s. verse Rine, s. a mist Ring, v a. to strike the bells ring, ra. to twist the hands Wright s. an artiñcer. Night, a, not wrong Write, 1 a. to write with a pen Rite, s, ceremoney Roe, s. a kind of deer Row, s. a rank Rond, s. the fourth part of an Rode, a. impudent Rite, v a. to fix in the memory Wrote, 1. did write

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Knev, pari, did know
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Rough, a. not smonth
Ruf, s. Deck cloth

S
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 ligit
Sore, s. an ulcer
Soar, v 1. 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

T.
Tacks, s. small nails

Tax, s, an impost
Tale, s, the end
Tail, s. a story
Team, s. of horses, etc
Teem, v 17. to bring young
Threw, v a. from the verb to throw
Through, ad. from one side to the

other
Their. pro. belonging to them
There, ad, in that place
'I'lurone, s. a seat of state
Thrown. v a. cast down
The, an article, put before a noun
They, pro, the plural of he she or it
Time, s. when
Thyme, s. an herb

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Vail, s. a curtaja
Vale, s. a valley
Veil, s. covering
Vain, a. ineffectual
Vane, s. to shew the course of the

wind
Vein, s. a blood vessel
Vice, so wickedness

Wade, v n. to walk through water
Waid, a. crushed
Weighedl, part of the rerb to weigli
Ware, s. merchandize
Wear, s. the act of wearing
Waste, v a. to spend
Waist, s. the middle
Wood, s, trees, &c.
Would, the foreterite of wisi

TABLE VI.

Words of two syllables accented upon the first

Abbey, s. a monastery

Actor, s. he who performs 2.) Abject, a. contemptible

tion Ab sence, s. the state of not being Ad der, s. a serpent present

Adjunct, s. something united Ab sent, a. not present

Ad vent, s. the space of four Wicona Ac cent, s. the marke to regulate the before Christinas

pronunciation of syiiables Ad verb, 9. a part of speech A cid, a. sour, sharp

Ad verse, a.calamitous
A corn, s. the oak

Af fiux, s. the act of flowing
A cre; s. a quantity of land Ag ate, s. a precious stone
A crid, a, of a hot biting taste. A gent, s. a deputy actor
Ac tion, s. a state opposite to rest A gue, s. a kind of fever
Active, 2, busy, quick

A lien, s. a foreigrex
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Alum, s. a kind of mineral

Bar ber, s. one who shaves. Am ber, s. guamous substance Bare ly, ad. only, mereis Am ble, v 11.40 pace

Bar gain, s. contract, Am ple, a. large

Bar ley, s. à grain in plv, ad.largely

Bar rei, s. a vessel Aach r, s, an iron to fasten a ship Bar ren, a unfruitful sin gel, s. a spirit

Bar ter, y a. & n. to trasca An ger, s. rage

Bash ful, a. modest An gle, s. a corner where two lines Ba sin, s, a vessel meet

Bas tarii, s. a veurious child An gry, a. displeased

Bate inent, s. dimunition in them, s. a holy song

Bat ter, s. a mixture of ingredients In tick, a. odd

Bat tle, s, a fight Apple, s. a fruit

Baw dy, a. obscene Apt ly, ad. properly

Bea gle, s. a liound * Ar bor, s. a bower

Beard erl, a. having beard Ar dent, a. hot, firy

Bea ver, s, the name of a beast Ar gue, v a. & n. to reason

Bed lam, s. a house for mad people. Ar mour, s. defensive arms

B il rid, a. confined to bed
Art ful, 1. cunning, skilful

Berl stead, s. the frame of a bed
Artist, s, a curious workman Be hire, s. a case for bees
Art less, a. simple, hotiest

B ech mast, s. the fruit of the beech As peri, s. a tree

tree A tem, 3. a small particie

Bee tle, s. an insect Awful, a. torrible

Beg gar, s. one who begs ., S. a lie passing throagh a Be ing. s. existence

body on which it may révolve Bel dam, s. an old hag A cure, a. blue colored

Bel fry, s. a place for bells · P.

Bel lows, s. used to blow the fire. Bab be, 1 n, to talk idly

Bi ble, s. the sacred book
Pa bisli, a.childish

Bil let s. a ticket
Back wards, ad. toward the back Bil low, s. a rolling wave
Badger, S. an anizual

Bind ing, s. bandage
Sadly, ad. not well

Birth right, s. the right by birth Bai de, v a. to confound

Bi shop, s. one of superior order as 365 gage, s. furniture,

the church Bas pipe, s, a musicai pipe

Blad der, s. a pustule Bai Hif, s. a suuordinate oficer Blame less, a.innocent Balance, s. a pair of scales

Blan ket, s. a woollen cover Baie inl, a. sorrowful

Bla 201, v a. to embellish Ballad, s, a song

Bleak ness, s. coldness Ballast, so weight in the botton of a Blemish, s disgrace ship

Bless ing, s. divine favour Ballot, s. a ticket

Blind fold, v a. to blind the eyes Dalı y, a. fragrabt, soft

Blind ness, s. want of sight Balsam, s. ointment

Blith somie, a. cheerful Ban dage, s a binding,

Block head, s. a stupid fellow Ban ish, v a. to drive away

Blood y, a. cruel Bare ful, a. destructie

Blub ber, s. the oily part of a whale Rank rupt, s. a broken person Blud geon, s. a short stick Dan ner; s. a flas

Blun der, s a mistake Han quet, si a feast.

Bluster; v n. to storm. Ban ter, v a. to raliy

Beg gle, v n. to hesitate Baptist, s. one wobaptiscs Bog gy, a, swampy

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Bold en, v a. to make bold

Bux om, a. wanton Bold ness, s. courage

Buy er, s. one who buys Bol ster, S. to support the head Buz zard, s. a black head Bond age, s. captivity

C. Bon fire, s. a fire made for triumph Cab bage, s. vegetable Bon net, s. a kind of cap

Ca bin, s, a small room Boo by, s. a stupid fellow

Ca ble, s, a great rope Boo ty, s. plunder

Ca dence, s the fall of the voices Bor der, s. the edge of any thing Ca di, s a magistrate in Turkey Bo som, s. the breast

Caitiff, s. a kuave Bow els, s. the intestines

Cal dron, s. a kettle Brace let, 9. an ornament for the Call ing, s. vocation

Cal lous, a. hard
Brack ish, a, saltish

Calm ly, ad. mildly
Bran dish, v a. to wield a sword. Cam brick, s. fine linen
Bra zier, s. a worker in brass Cam el s. a beast
Bras sy, a. partaking of brass Cam let, s. a kind of stuff
Brave ly, ad. courageously

Cam phire, s. a gum Break fast, s. the first meal of the Can cer, s. a crab fish day

Can did, a. white
Breastplate, s. armour for the breast Can dour, s. purity of mind
Breast work, s. works thrown up by Can ker, s, à corrosion
the defendants,

Can to, s. á section of poems
Breath ing, s. aspiration

Can ton, s. a division of land
Brew er, s. one who makes beer Ca per, s. a dance
Bride graom, s. a man newly mar- Capon, s. a cock
ried

Cap ture, s. a prize
Brim stone, s. sulphur

Car cass, s, a dead body Bri ny, a. salt

Care less, a. without care Bris ket, s. the breast of an animal Ca ret, s. a mark thus (1) Brisk ly, ad. vigorously

Car nage, s. slaughier Brist ly a. beset with bristles Car nal, a. fleshy Brittle, a, fragile,

Carp ing, a. captious, Bro ker, s. a factor

Car rot, s. a garden root Broth el, s. bawdy house

Cart er, s. who drives a cart Brow beat, v a. to depress with stern Car truge, S s. a case for por looks,

Car tridge,

der Bru mal, a. belonging to the winter Carv ing, s. sculpture Bru tal, a, savage

Cask et, s. a box of jewels Bub ble, s. a small watery bladder Cas sock, s. a close garment Buck ler, s. a shield

Cás tor, s a beaver Buck ram, s: stiff cloth

Cas trate, v a. to geld Bug bear, s, a frightful object Catch poll, s. a sergent Build er, she who builds

Cavern, s. a hollow under ground Bul ky, a. of great size

Ca vils, s. frivolous objections Bur nish, v a. to polish & n. to grow Ca vil, v n. to raise objections bright

Cause way, s. a raised way Push el s. a measure

Caus tick, s. a burning application Bush y, a. full of bushes

Cau tion), s. prudente Bus kin, s. a kind of half boot Cease less, a. perpetual Bus tle, s, a tumult

Ceil ing, s. the inner roof But ler, s. a servant

Cel lar, s. a room under ground But ter, s, the unctious part of milk Ce ment, s. union But tress, so i prop

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