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GLOSSARY.

0. C. refers to the Stanzas on the death of Oliver Cromwell; A. R. to Astræa Redux ; A. M. to Annus Mirabilis ; A. A. to Absalom and Achitophel; R. L. to Religio Laici; and H. P. to The Hind and the Panther.

The numbers after 0.C. and A. M. refer to the stanzas; in the other cases to lines of the poems.

Abate, v. i. lessen, abate of virulence.' Preface to R. L.
Abbethdin, sb, chief judge among the Jews. A. A. 188.
Admire, v. i. wonder. H. P. iii. 388.
Affect, v. t. seek, desire. A. M. 273; A. A. 177.
Affright, sb, fear. A. A. 71.
Alga, sb. sea-weed. A. R. 119.
Allay, sb. alloy. H. P. i. 320.
Allude, v. i. compare. H. P. iii. 366.
Amain, adv. vehemently. H. P. iii. 620.
Antique, adj. strange, grotesque. H. P. iii. 488.
Armado, sb. army. A. M. 14.
Arose, p. p. arisen. 0. C. 36.
Assay, v. t. try, essay. 0. C. 12; H. P. iii. 796.
Atone, v. t. reconcile, harmonise, A. A. 179: used intransitively, R. L. 89.
Auctority, sb. authority. H. P. i. 453, ii. 276. Elsewhere authority.
Auspice, sb. patronage. A. M. 288.
Authentic, adj. authoritative, authorised. 0. C. 2; H. P. iii. 838 ; Pref.

to R. L.

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i B. Bad, v. perfect of bid, ordered. H.P. i. 531. Benting, adj. 'benting times,' times when pigeons feed on bent, a coarse

grass. H.P. iii. 1283.
Big-corned, adj. big-grained, 'big-corned powder.' A. M. 149.
Bilander, sb. coasting vessel. H. P. i. 128.
Blatant, adj. howling, barking. H. P. iii. 230.
Bleaky, adj. bleak. H.P. iii. 612.

0. C. 12.

Botch, sb. sore spot, eruption. H. P. ii. 542.
Brave, sb. bravo. A. A. 967.
Breathe, v. t. to open, lance; applied to opening a vein.
Brew, v. t. mix, make. 0. C. 25; A. R. 296.
Broke, p. p. broken. A. M. 239, 255.
Build' (spelt built in original edition), shape. A. M. 60.

C.

Castor, sb. beaver. A. M, 25.
Cates, sb. food. H. P. ii. 721.
Cense, v. i. scatter incense. H. P. iii. 753.
Cham, sb. Ham, son of Noah. Pref. to R.L.
Check, sb. 'fly at check,' fly at random. A. M. 86.
Cheer, sb. countenance. H. P. iii. 437.
Chirurgeon, sb. surgeon. Pref. to A. A.
Chose, p. p. chosen. A. M. 75.
Circular, adj. complete, perfect, circular fame.' 0.C. 5.
Circularly, adv. all round, in circles. A.M. 2.
Clip, v. i. Aly fast, clips it.' A. M. 86.
Cockle, sb. weed in corn. A. A. 195.
Commonweal, sb. commonwealth. H.P. i. 234.
Complexion, sb. physical disposition. 0. C. 25.
Composure, sb. reconciliation. Pref. to A. A.
Concernment, sb. care, concern. Pref. to A. M.
Confident, sb. a person confided in. 0. C. 25.
Connatural, adj. of same nature, 'connatural to. Pref. to A. M.
Consequent, sb. consequence. Pref. to A. A.
Corps, sb. corpse, body, used for plural as well as singular ; plural, H.P. i. 23.
Couch, v. t. lay down. H.P. i. 722.
Couchee, sb, evening reception. H. P. i. 516.
Courage, sb. used in the plural, courages.' A. M. 76, 93.
Cozenage, sb. deception. H. P. ii. 258.
Crack, sb. noise of falling, crash. A. M. 238.
Cross, adv. across. A. M. 156, 233.
Curtana, sb. the sword of mercy. H. P. ii. 419.

D.

A. M. 195.

Dared, p. p. frightened, bewildered; applied to larks.
Dauby, adj. sticky. A. M. 148.
Decease, v. i. die. 0. C. 34.
Deducement, sb. deduction. Pref, to R. L.

Designment, sb. design. 0. C. 24.
Despite, sb. spite. H. P. iii. 70.
Detort, v. t. twist. Pref. to R. L.
Devest, v. t. divest. H. P. i. 187.
Digestive, adj. digesting. A. R. 89.
Dint, sb. force. H. P. iii. 200.
Disembogue, v. i. empty out. H.P. ii. 562.
Disheir, v. t. deprive of an heir. H. P. iii. 705.
Disinteressed, adj. disinterested. R. L. 335.
Dismission, sb. dismissal. H.P. i. 346.
Doom, v. t. destine, used familiarly, 'doom wool into France.' A. M. 207.
Dorp, sb. village. H.P. iii. 611.
Doted, adj. doting, foolish. H. P. iii. 152.

E.

Earthy, adj. of the earth. A. A. 637.
Eiry, sb. nest. A. M. 107.
Epoche, sb. epoch. A. R. 108.
Essay, sb. first effort, trial. A. M. 140; H. P. i. 200.
Evince, v. t. prové. H. P. ii. 190, 233.
Expire, v. i. applied to a ball coming out of a cannon. A. M. 188.

F.

Face, v. t. put on a facing. H. P. iii. 199.
Factor, sb. agent. A. R. 78.
Firmamental, adj. of the firmament. A. M. 281.
Flix, sb. fur of the hare. A. M. 132.
Fogue, sb. fury. A.R. 203.
Forbear, v. t. forbear from, spare. A. A. 37.
Forgot, P. P. forgotten. H.P. ii. 333.
Fowl, sb. bird, birds, used in plural sense. A. M. 85; H.P. i. 1243.

Fowls occurs, H. P. iii. 585.
Frequent, adj. crowded. H. P. iii. 25.
Fright, v. t. frighten. A. M. 50, 109; H.P. i. 79.
Frontless, adj. shameless. Pref. to R. L., and H. P. iii. 1040, 1187.
Froze, p. p. frozen. A. M. 285.

G.
Gage, sb. pledge. A. M. 20.
Galled (spelt gauled in original editions), p. p, rubbed.

A. M. 148; R. L.

Gaud, sb. ornament. A. M. 206.
Genius, sb. ' a genius,' a character of genius. Pref. to A. A.
Give on, v. i. proceed violently. A. M. 280.
Godsmith, sb. God-maker. A. A. 50.
Graff, v. t. graft. Pref. to R. L.
Grave, v.t. engrave. H.P. ii. 321.
Gross, sb. size, A. M. 152, 233: 'in gross,' in the general, R. L. 322.

H.

Haggared or haggered, adj. haggard, wild. H.P. i. 166: iï. 1116.
Haste, v. t. hasten, A. M. 65, 236: v. i. make haste, A. M, 109, 186.
Hatch, v. t. build. A. M. 198, 288.
Hattered out, pop. wearied. H. P. i. 371.
He, pron. used as substantive, another he,' A. A. 861: 'that universal

He,' R. L. 15.
Heir, v. t. inherit. H. P. iii. 714.
Her, pron, in lieu of 's for genitive. A. A. 1008.
His, pron. in lieu of 's for genitive. A. R. 19, 49, III, 231; H. P. ii. 655.
Hobby, sb. hawk. A. M. 195.
Holland, sb, cloth from Holland. A. M. 206.

Imp, v. t. repair ; applied to wings. A. M. 143.
Impassible, adj. incapable of suffering. H.P. i. 95.
Industrious, adj. ` industrious of.' H. P. ii. 571.
Innocency, sb. innocence. Pref, to R. L.
Innovate, v. t. introduce for the first time. Pref, to A. M.
Instop, v. t. fill up. A. M. 147.
Interessed, p. p. interested. Pref. to R. L.

Joy, v. t. make joyful, A. M. 110: v. i. rejoice, A. M. 117, 181.

K.

Ken, sb. sight. A.M. 111, 159.
Kern, sb. Irish peasant. A. M. 157.
Key, sb. quay. A, M. 23I.

Lade, v. t, load. A. M, 252.
Lag, v. i. loiter behind. A. M. 85; H. P. iii. 1284.
Laveer, v. i. tack about. A. R. 65.
Lazar, sb. a filthy deformed person. Pref. to A. M.
Leech, sb. doctor. A.R. 175.
Left, sb. ‘left of,' left by. A. A. 568.
Legator, sb. testator. H. P. ii. 375.
Letted, p. p. 'letted of,' hindered from. A. M. 222.
Levee, sb. morning reception. H.P. i. 516.
Like, v. t. please. H. P. iii. 477.
Limbec (spelt limbeck in original editions), sb. alembic. A. M. 13, 166.
Linstock, sb. a match-holder for firing cannon. A. M. 188.
Loll, v. t. stretch out. A. M. 132.

M.

Mackrel, adj. mackerel, “a mackrel gale.' H. P. iii. 456.
Manifest, adj. 'manifest of crimes. A. A. 204.
Mannerly, adj. well-mannered. H.P. i. 556.
Marling, sb, a small tarred line for winding round ropes. A.M. 148.
Martlet, sb. a species of swallow. A. M. 110; and note on H. P. iii. 547.
Miss, v. i. 'miss of. H.P. ii. 1189.
Missioner, sb. missionary. H. P. ii. 565.
Mould, sb. form, shape, make, A. M. 72, 293; A. A. 368 : material, H.P.

i. 247. Moulted, p. p. afflicted by moulting. A. M. 143. Muck, sb. an Indian muck,' H. P. iii. 1118: “amuck,' from amocca, a

Malay word for ‘kill.'
Musquet, sb. a small hawk. H. P. iii. 1119.

N.
Naked, adj. "naked of friends. A. A. 280.
Name, sb, used as if it were the person or thing named.
Need, v. i. be needed. R. L. 126; H. P. iii. 321, 1428.
Noblesse, sb. nobility. Pref. to A. M.
Noiseful, adj. noisy. A. M. 40.

H. P. i. 156.

0.

Obligement, sb. obligation. H. P. i. 437.
Obscene, adj. loathsome, ugly. H.P. ii. 595,652 ; iii. 726.

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