Le Morte d'Arthur/Volume I/Glossary

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Le Morte d'Arthur by Thomas Malory
Glossary

GLOSSARY

Abashed, abased, lowered, 9 34 Abate, depress, calm, 7 IS, 22, 18 I9 Abought, paid for, 7 I7 Abraid, started, 9 32 Accompted, counted, 13 z Accorded, agreed, 12 Accordment, agreement, 20 II Acquit, repay, 4 26 Actually, actively, 4 20 Adoubted, afraid, 10 4 Advision, vision, 14 7 Afeard, afraid, 123 Afterdeal, disadvantage, 5 8 Againsay, retract, 13 7 Aknown, known, 8 14 Aligement, alleviation, 16 I6 Allegeance, alleviation, 18 I9 Allow, approve, 7 5 Almeries, chests, 17 23 Alther, gen. pl., of all, 4 I I, 20 6 Amounted, mounted, 10 3 Anealed, anointed, 21 I2 Anguishly, in pain, 16 I5 Anon, at once, 5 9 Apair, weaken, 3 3 Apparelled, fitted up, 4 6 Appeach, impeach, 10 7 Appealed, challenged, accused, 18 4 Appertices, displays, 5 8 Araged, enraged, 5 2, 9 34; confused, 18 3 Araised, raised, 21 I Arase, obliterate, 18 25 Areared, reared, 10 64 Armyvestal, martial, 4 I5 Array, plight, state of affairs, 19 7 Arrayed, situated, 17 3 Arson, saddle-bow, 6 7, 18 23 Askance, casually, 8 I4 Assoiled, absolved, 13 20 Assotted, infatuated, 4 I Assummon, summon, 7 26 Astonied, amazed, stunned, 10 S7 At, of, by, 7 3 I, 19 8 At-after, after, 72I, 124 Attaint, overcome, 16 8

Aumbries, chests, 17 23 Avail (at), at an advantage, 20 I3 Avaled, lowered, 5 I2 Avaunt, boast, 5 9 Aventred, couched, 2 18, 4 I8 Avised,

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be advised, take thought, 9 IO Avision, vision, 21 I I Avoid, quit, 9 3I Avoided, got clear off, 7 I7 Avow, vow, 10 63 Await of (in), in watch for, 9 I2 Awayward, away, 7 I9 Awke, sideways, 5 IO

Bachelors, probationers for knighthood 1 15 Bain, bath, 18 II, I7 Barbican, gate-tower, 5 5, 7 3I Barget, little ship, 8 38 Battle, division of an army, 1 IS Bawdy, dirty, 7 5 . Beams, trumpets, 214 Be-closed, enclosed, 12 6 Become, pp., befallen, gone to, 13 I8 Bedashed, splashed, 19 2 Behests, promises, 9 I6 Behight, promised, 17 23 Beholden (beholding) to, obliged to, 7 2I, 13 I9 Behote, promised, 8 8 Benome, deprived, taken away, 14 8, 16 8 Besants, gold coins, 4 25 Beseek, beseech, 15 4 Beseen, appointed, arrayed, 118, 116 Beskift, shove off, 4 Bested, beset, 212 Betaken, entrusted, 16 Betaught, entrusted, recommended, 6 7 Betid, happened, 7 I S Betook, committed, entrusted, 123, 10 69 Bevered, quivered, 1 IS Board, sb., deck, 14 7 Bobaunce, boasting, pride, 10 63, 15 6, 18 I5 Boishe, bush, branch of a tree, 6 16 <434> Boistous, rough, 2 8, 14 6 Bole, trunk of a tree, 6 I6 Boot, remedy, 9 17 Borrow out, redeem, ] 0 30 Borrows, pledges, 7 I8 Bote, remedy, 8 I, 6 Bound, ready, 1 z Bourded, jested, 9 43 Bourder, jester, 10 25 Braced, embraced, 10 78 Brachet, little hound, 3 6 Braide, quick movement, 20 Brast, burst, break, 1 I4, 18 2 Breaths, breathing holes, 8 7 Brief, shorten, 9 IZ Brim, fierce, furious, 20 I3 Brised, broke, 9 4, 10 Broached, pierced, 1 I6 Broaches, spits, 5 5 Bur, hand-guard of a spear, 214 Burble, bubble, 18 22 Burbling, bubbling, 10 2 Burgenetts, buds, blossoms, 20 I Bushment, ambush, 5 5 By and by, immediately, 18 4 Bywaryed, expended, bestowed, 7 ZI

Canel bone, collar bone, 4 27 Cankered, inveterate, 212 Cantel, slice, strip, 1 I6 Careful, sorrowful, full of troubles, 5 5, 21 II Cast (of bread), loaves baked at the same time, 7 14 Cast, ref: v., propose, 13 20 Cedle, schedule, note, 21 2 Cere, wax over, embalm, 5 8; cerel, 21 I I Certes, certainly, 14 7 Chafe, heat, decompose, 4 8; chafed, heated, 14 9 Chaflet, platform, scaffold, 21 3 Champaign, open country, 1 14 Chariot (Fr charette), cart, 19 4 Cheer, countenance, 7 IS, 13 20 i entertainment, 3 8 Chierte, dearness, 13 8 Chrism, anointing oil, 9 39 Clatter, talk confusedly, 11 8 Cleight, clutched, 6 z Cleped, called, 9 6 Clipping, embracing, 4 22, 8 36 Cog, small boat, 5 3 Cognisance, badge, mark of distinction, 10 3 Coif, head-piece, 8 7 Comfort, strengthen, help, 16 7 Cominal, common, 4 25 Complished, complete, 7 I Con, know, be able, 516; con thanlt, be grateful, 20 I3 Conserve, preserve, 17 I4

Conversant, abiding in, 17 3 Cording, agreement, 1 II Coronal, circlet, 5 5 Cost, side, 7 Iz Costed, kept up with, 18 z I Couched, lay, 14 6 Courage, encourage, 19 IO Courtelage, courtyard, 4 24 Covert, sheltered, 20 22 Covetise, covetousness, 13 I4 Covin, deceit, 13 IS Cream, oil, 9 39 Credence, faith, 5 2 Croup, crupper, 8 I6 Curteist, most courteous, 6 IO

Daffish, foolish, 9 42 Danger (in), under obligation to, in the power of, 7 8, 19 4 Dawed, v tr., revived, 11 IO; intr. dawned, 17 2 Deadly, mortal, human, 17, 9, 20 Deal, part, portion, 16 I I Debate, quarrel, strife, 3 6 Debonair, courteous, 17 4 Deceivable, deceitful, 106 Defaded, faded, 10 86 Default, fault, 3 8 Defend, forbid, 1 B3; defended, 7 I; forbidden, 18 2 Defoiled, trodden down, fouled, deflowered, 1 I4, 7 I2, 9 32 Degree (win the), rank, superiority, 8 9 Delibered, determined, 5 2 Deliverly, adroitly, 20 22 Departed, divided, 9 7 Departition, departure, 9 36 Dere, harm, 1 1 7, 13 IZ Descrive, describe, 10 I Despoiled, stripped, 15 2 Detrenched, cut to pieces, 5 7 Devised, looked carefully at, 17 13 Devoir, duty, service, 7 23, 20 I8 Did off, doffed, 13 I7 Dight, prepared, 4 6 Dindled, trembled, 5 8 Disadventure, misfortune, 13 20 Discover, reveal, 13 20 Disherited, disinherited, 13 IO, 14 8 Disparpled, scattered, 20 I Dispenses, expenses, 5 z Disperplyd, scattered, 5 2, 8 Dispoiled, stripped, 7 2 Distained, sullied, dishonoured, 184 Disworship, shame, 9 3 Dole, gift of alms, 21 3 Dole, sorrow, 1 [5, 11 I4 Domineth, dominates, rules, 5 x Don, gift, 7 2 Doted, foolish, 10 55 <435> Doubted, redoubtable, 167 Draughts, privities, secret interviews, recesses, 18 IX 19 6 Drenched, drowned, 14 8 Dress, make ready, 1 I6 Dressed up, raised, 13 I8 Dretched, troubled in sleep, 20 S Dretching, being troubled in sleep, 21 I2 Dromounds, war vessels, 5 3 Dure, endure, last, 4 I; dured, 8 29; during, 10 71 Duresse, bondage, hardship, 13 I2, 147 Dwined, dwindled, 21 I2

Eased, entePtained, 17 II Eft, after, again, 8 I3 Eftures, passages, 19 7 Embattled, ranged for battle, 5 8 Embushed, concealed in the woods, 1 19, 46 Eme, uncle, 8 5 Empoison, poison, 18 3 Emprised, undertook, 9 2 Enbraid, 20 I2 Enchafe, heat, 18 15; enchafed, heated, 14 9, 18 5 Enchieve, achieve, 9 2, 13 2 Endlong, alongside of, 6 7 Enewed, painted, 3 9 Enforce, constrain, 10 74, 18 I 8 Engine, device, 10 I7 Enow, enough, 1 23 Enquest, enterprise, 9 2 Ensured, assured, 7 I7 Entermete, intermeddle, 10 26 Errant, wandering, 4 I2 Estates, ranks, 10 6I Even hand, at an equality, 9 2 Evenlong, along, 10 6 I Everych, each, every one, 16 3

Faiter, vagabond, 2 IO Fare, sb., ado, commotion, 219 Faren, pp., treated, 7 I 5 Faute, x, lack, 3 1; fauted, lacked, 9 32 Fealty, oath of fidelity, 7 I7 Fear, frighten, 7 I6 Feute, trace, track, 614, 18 2 I Feuter, set in rest, couch, 6 2 Feutred, set in socket, 20 I3 Fiaunce, affiance, promise, 1 3 Flang, flung, 6 7, 10 4I; rushed, 9 6 Flatling, prostrate, 18 7 Fleet, float, 13 2 Flemed, put to flight, 20 I7 Flittered, fluttered, 5 4 Foiled, defeated, shamed, 18 25 Foined, thrust, 20 22 Foining, thrusting, 7 4 Foins, thrusts, 9 8 a

Foot-hot, hastily, 9 28X 33 For-bled, spent with bleeding, 9 8X 20 Force (no), no concern, 3 7} 21 IO Fordeal, advantage, 5 8 Fordo, destroy, 8 26; fordid, 2 I9 Forecast, preconcerted plot, 20 5 For-fared, worsted, 6 6 Forfend, forbid, 18 2 Forfoughten, weary with fighting, 2 IO Forhewn, hewn to pieces, 7 I2, 17 Forjousted, tired with jousting, 8 39, 10 58 Forthinketh, repents, 2 3 Fortuned, happened, 7 I Forward, vanguard, 20 I3 Forwowmded, sorely wounded, 9 8 Free, noble, 10 6I Freshed, Froward, away from, 3 I4, 1O 4

Gad, wedge or spike of iron, 15 2 Gainest, readiest, 7 20 Gar, cause, 20 I6 Gart, compelled, 3 IO, 8 IS Gentily, like a gentleman, 9 5 Gerfalcon, a fine hawk, 4 26 Germane, closely allied, 2 I I, 14 2 Gest, deed, story, 6 I3 Gisarm, halberd, battle-axe, 4 25, 7 22 Glaive, sword, 20 6 Glasting, barking, 10 53 Glatisant, barking, yelping, 10 I3 Gobbets, lumps, 7 23 Graithed, made ready, 5 7 Gree, degree, superiority, 5 IO, 6 7 Greed, pp., pleased, content, 16 IS Grescs, steps, 17 I8 Grimly, ugly, 6 8X 19 2 Grovelling, on his face, 8 26 Guerdonless, without reward, 10 86 Guise, fashion, 1 IO

Habergeon, hauberk with leggings attached, 16 IO Hair, a hair-shirt, 15 2 Hale and how, a sailor's cry, 7 IS Halp, helped, 10 64 Halsed, embraced, 8 I4 Halsing, embracing, 2 I6 Handfast, betrothed, 10 37 Handsel, earnest-money, 8 I6 Hangers, testicles, 10 38 Harbingers, messengers sent to prepare lodgings, 7 27 Harness, armour, 9 II Hart of greese, fat deer, 10 86 Hauberk, coat of mail, 1 D Haut, high, noble, 2 I9, 8 27 Hauteyn, haughty, 4 IO Heavy, sad, 14 4, 6 <437> Hete, command, 119 Hide, skin, 11 I4 Hied, hurried, 17 I9 High (on), aloud, 6 II Higher hand, the uppermost, 16 I4 Hight, called, 1 H Hilled, covered, concealed, 10 59, 17 22 Holden, held, 18 Holp, helped, 6 I2 Holts, woods, 5 9 Hough-bone, back part of kneejoint, 12 3 Houselled, to be given the Eucharist, 21 I2 Hoved, hovered, waited about, 2 19, 4 zo, 18 IO Hurled, dashed, staggered, 8 z6, 9 4, 6, 10 41; hurling, 7 10, 9 6 Hurtle, dash, 7 I2

Incontinent, forthwith, 5 2 Ind, dark blue, 1 IS Infellowship, join in fellowship, 8 Z7 In like, alike, 12 I4 Intermit, interpose, 16 IS

Japer, jester, 10 44 Japes, jests, 3 II Jesseraunt, a short cuirass, 19

Keep, sb., care, 7 20 Keep, s., care, reck, 9 I4 Kemps, champions, 7 8 Kind, nature, 118 Kindly, natural, 118 Knights parters, marshals, 19 9 Know, acknowledge, 5 I2 Knowledging, acknowledgment, confes- sion, 19 I

Lain, conceal, 20 I Langering, sauntering, 9 zo Lapped, took in her lap, 8 I Large, generous, 10 6 I Largeness, liberality, 4 I2 Laton, latten, brass, 2 I I Laund, waste plain, 4 I9 Layne, conceal, 18 I3 Lazar-cot, leper-house, 8 35 Learn, teach, 6 IO Lears, cheeks, 9 20 Leaved, leafy, 18 IO Lecher, fornicator, 18 2 Leech, physician, 125 Leman, lover, 6 5 Let, caused to, 10 6 I Let, hinder, 6 7 Lewdest, most ignorant, 1 z6 LicoursX lecherous, 18 25 Lief, dear, 215 Liefer, more gladly, 9 4

Lieve, believe, 20 I Limb-meal, limb from limb, 8 37 List, desire, pleasure, 9 z4, 10 39 Lithe, joint, 3 I3 Longing unto, belonging to, 1 I6 Long on (upon), because of, 15 29 20 Loos, praise, 5 IO, 16 I I Lotless, without a share, 10 4 Loveday, day for. settling disputes, 10 IS Loving, praising, 11 I, 19 I2 Lunes, leashes, strings, 6 I6 Lusk, lubber, 7 5 Lusts, inclinations, 8 36

Maims, wounds, 1 IS Makeless, matchless, 6 I I, 1O 73 Makers, authors, poets, 21 I3 Mas,ease, discomfort, 8 4I Mal engine, evil design, 18 5, I8, 20 4 Mal-fortune, ill-luck, mishap, 9 I2 Marches, borders, 1 I8, 9 I3 Mass-penny, offering at mass for the dead, 18 20 Matche old, machicolated, with holes for defence, 7 IO Maugre, sb., despite, 1 23, 20 6X I I Measle, disease, 17 I I Medled, mingled, 10 59 Medley, melee, general encounter, 1 IS Meiny, retinue, 5 5 Mickle, much, 10 63 Minever, ermine, 12 I Mischieved, hurt, 9 I I Mischievous, painful, 20 6 Miscorr fort, discomfort, 10 29 Miscreature, unbeliever, 17 2 Missay, revile, 9 3; missaid, 9 2 Mo, more, 8 34, 10 58 More and less, rich and poor, 7 z7 Motes, notes on a horn, 7 8 Mount~ lance, amount of, extent, 7 4 Much, great, 20 4

Naked, unarmed, 12 IZ Namely, especially, 13 20 Ne, nor, 5 8 Near-hand, nearly, 5 7X 8 I4; near, 19 I Needly, needs, on your own compulsion, 10 67 Nesh, soft, tender, 13 20 Nigh-hand, nearly, 9 35 Nill, will not, 10 55 Nilt, will not, 13 20 Nis, ne is, is not, 6 I6 Nist, ne wist, knew not, 16 I4 Noblesse, nobleness, 119 Nobley, nobility, splendour, 10 6 Noised, reported, 10 46 Nold, would not, 13 IO Noseling, on his nose, 17 4 <437> Not for then, nevertheless, 10 3O, 18 6 Notoyrly, notoriously, Pref: Noyous, hurtful, 17 8

Obeissance, obedience, 18 Or, before, 9 I7 Orgule, haughtiness, 21 Orgulist, haughtiest, 211 Orgulite, pride, arrogance, 10 x Orgulous, proud, 2 4 Other, or, 123 Ouches, jewels, 20 I4 Ought, owned, 6 5, 9 2 Outcept, except, 10 72 Outher, or, 9 17, 10 70 Out-taken, except, 10 73 Over-evening, last night, 9 3I Overget, overtake, 12 3 Overhylled, covered, 10 9 Over-led, domineered over, 20 I I Overlong, the length of, 10 60 Overslip, s., pass, 8 14 Overthwart, adj., cross, 9 IS Overthwart, sb., mischance, 7 I7 Overthwart and endlong, by the breadth and length, 1317

Painture, painting, 6 6 Paitrelles, breastplate of a horse, 716 Paltocks, short coats, 5 10 Parage, descent, 7 5 Pareil, like, 5 z Passing, surpassingly, 18 I Paynim, pagan, 9 38 Pensel, pennon, 10 47 Perclos, partition, 14 3 Perdy, par Dieu, 719 Perigot, falcon, 6 I6 Perish, destroy, 17 2 Peron, tombstone, 10 2 Pight, pitched, 1 1, 5 5, .9 20 Pike, steal away, 20 I7 Piked, stole, 9 44 Pillers, plunderers, 214 Pilling, plundering, 13 15 Pleasaunce, pleasure, 8 36 Plenour, complete, 7 I Plump, sb., cluster, 11 Pointling, aiming, 114 Pont, bridge, 11 I Port, gate, 719 Posseded, possessed, 812 Potestate, governor, 5 8 Precessours, predecessors, 5 Press, throng, 1 I7 Pretendeth, belongs to, 118 Pricker, hard rider, 5 IO Pricking, spurring, 14 5 Prime, 6.o A.M., 6 4, 13 I9 Prise, capture, 4 6

Puissance, power, 126 Purfle, trimming, 126 Purfled, embroidered, 126 Purvey, provide, 41, 18 3

Quarrels, arrowheads, 115 Questing, barking, 1 I9 Quick, alive, 121 Quit, repaid, 4 28; acquitted, behaved, 5 II

Raced (rased), tore, 123, 104I, 18 23 Rack (of bulls), herd, 16 I, 3 Raines, a town in Brittany famous for its cloth, 21 I I Ramping, raging, 9 I Range, rank, station, 10 41 Ransacked, searched, 13 13 Rashed, fell headlong, 9 6 Rashing, rushing, 6 8 Rasing, rushing, 6 8, 74 Rasure, 18 25 Raundon, impetuosity, 1 IO, 3 9 Rear, raise, 4 2 Rechate, note of recall, 10 52 Recomforted, comforted, cheered, 733 Recounter, rencontre, encounter, 4 24, No Recover, rescue, 20 N Rede, advise, 123; sb., counsel, 214 Redounded, glanced back, 1 I6 Religion, religious order, 15 I Reneye, deny, 8 37 Report, refer, 18 4 Resemblaunt; semblance, 14 6 Retrayed, drew back, 7 I2 - Rightwise, rightly, 15 Rivage, shore, 7 2I Romed, roared, 5 4 Roted, practised, 10 36 Rove, cleft, 2 N Rownsepyk, a branch, 6 N

Sacring, consecrating, 14 3 Sad, serious, 9 7 Sadly, heartily, earnestly, 7 2 Salle, room, 17 16 Samite, silk stuff with gold or silver threads, 1 25 Sangreal, Holy Grail, 12 4 Sarps, girdles, 20 I4 Saw, proverb, 10 6I Scathes, harms, hurts, 10 3O icripture, writing, 17 2I Search, probe wounds, 8 8 Selar, canopy, 17 6 Semblable, like, 5 IO Semblant, semblance, 8 8 Sendal, fine cloth, 5 8 Sennight, week, 4 N Servage, slavery, 13 IS <438> Sewer, officer who set on dishes and tasted them, 7 36 Shaft-mon, handbreadth, 7 22 Shaw, thicket, 9 39 Sheef, thrust, 13 9 Sheer-Thursday, Thursday in Holy Week, 17 20 Shend, harm, 20 S Shenship, disgrace, 7 IS Shent, undone, blamed, 7 IS Shour, attack, 20 I4 Shrew, rascal, 10 47 Shrewd, knavish, 9 18, 24 Sib, akin to, 3 3 Sideling, sideways, 10 64 Siege, seat, 13 4 Signified, likened, 17 9 Siker, sure, 7 I 8, 11 I 3 Sikerness, assurance, 4 27 Sith, since, 122 Sithen, afterwards, since, 5 9 Skift, changed, 9 40 Slade, valley, 6 5, 7 7 Slake, glen, 6 5 Soil (to go to), hunting term for taking the water, 18 2I Sonds, messages, 21 I Sort, company, 9 3I Sperd, bolted, 8 34 Spere, ask, inquire, 13 17 Spered, asked, 7 30, 218 Sperhawk, sparrowhawk, 12 7 Sprent, sprinkled, 17 7 Stale, station, 5 IO Stark, thoroughly, 4 I7 Stead, place, 4 S Stert, started, rose quickly, 2 16, 14 I0 Steven, appointment, 2 14; steven ser. appointment made, 8 I3 Steven, voice, 21 12 Stigh, path, 7 3I Stilly, silently, 7 S Stint, fixed revenue, 124 Stonied, astonished, 6 8; became confused, 9 34 Stour, battle, 9 34, 16 8 Strain, race, descent, 13 8 Strait, narrow, l IO Straked, blew a horn, 9 2I, 1O 52 Sue, pursue, 16 20 Sued, pursued, 3 IO Surcingles, saddle girths, 7 S Swang, swung, 814 Sweven, dream, 1 I3; pl., 21 I2 Swough, sound of wind, 5 4

Talent, desire, 10 20 Tallages, taxes, 5 2 Tallies, taxes, 5 2 Tamed, crushed, 2 18, 3 IO, 15 z

Tatches, qualities, 2 2, 8 3 Tene, sorrow, 2 S Term, period of time, 21 I Thilk, that same, 5 IZ Tho, then, 17 I Thrang, pushed, 7 30, 20 8 Thrulled, pushed, 9 4 Till, to, 9 26 To-brast, burst, 6 I3 To-fore, before, 14, 16 I4 To-morn, to-morrow, 4 24 Took, gave, 7 30, 16 6 To-rove, broke up, 8 38 To-shivered, broken to pieces, 122 Traced, advanced and retreated, 20 ZI Trains, devices, wiles, 9 25 Trasing, pressing forward, 6 8, 7 4 Travers (met at), came across, 17 I9 Traverse, slantwise, 10 65, 17 19 Traversed, moved sideways, 20 2 I Tray, grief, 2 I6 Treatise, treaty, 4 24 Tree, timber, 17 I9 Trenchant, cutting, sharp, 19 I I Tres :, hunting term, 18 2I Truage, tribute, 123, 5 I Trussed, packed, 20 I8

Ubblie, wafer, Host, 17 20 Umbecast, cast about, 18 2I Umberere, the part of the helmet which shaded the eyes, 8 4I Umbre, shade, 8 I Unavised, thoughtlessly, 9 I7 Uncouth, strange, 3 6 Underne, 9-I2 A.M., 7 I9 Ungoodly, rudely, 7 3I Unhappy, unlucky, 20 II Unhilled, uncovered, 12 4 Unr the, scarcely, 115, 182 Unsicker, unstable, 17 z 3 Unwimpled, uncovered, 10 39 Unwrast, untwisted, unbound, 8 34 Upright, flat on the back, 16 8 Up-so-down, upside down, 10 60, 14 9, 21 3 Ure, usage, 1 I6 Utas, octave of a festival, 5 3 Utterance, uttermost, 9 3

Varlet, servant, 10 60 Venery, hunting, 8 3 Ven ails, breathing holes, 10 60 Villain, man of low birth, 10 6I Visors, the perforated parts of helmets, 8 7 Voided, slipped away from, 1 I6

Wagging, shaking, 19 9 Waited, watched, 6 I6 Waits, watches, 7 30 Wallop, gallop, 1 2Z <439> Wanhope, despair, 16 IO, I3 Wap, ripple, 215 Ware, aware, 14 7 Warison, reward, 9 I2 Warn, forbid, refuse, 6 IO, 1G I Weeds, garments, 10 71 Weltered, rolled about, 5 5, 118 Wend, thought, 4 27 Wer-wolf, a man turned into a wolf by magic, 19 11 Where, whereas, 9 7 Wide-where, over wide space, 9 z Wield, possess, have power over, 7 z6 Wield himself, come to himself, 8 13 Wight, brave, strong, 7 9, 9 4, 20 z Wightly, swiftly, 213 Wildsome, desolate, 7 zz Wimpled, with the head covered, 10 68 Win, make way, 9 4 Wite, v., blame, 1 W6, 4 1 Within-forth, on the inside, 16 I 3, 20 22 Without-forth, on the outside, 16 I 3, 20 22 Wittiest, cleverest, 17 3

Wittily, cleverly, 10 36 Witting, knowledge, 11 I4 Wold or nold, would or would not, 13 IO Wonder, adj., wondrous, 17 I Wonder, adv., wondrously, 10 68, 20 22 Wonderly, wonderfully, 9 4 Wood, mad, 115, 9 3 Woodness, madness, 1 {5 Wood shaw, thicket of the wood, 9 I2 Worship, honour, 7 z 3 Worshipped, cause to be honoured, 18 5 Worts, roots, 16 3 Wot, know, 1 I6 Wrack, destruction, 20 I Wroken, wreaked, 3 7 Wrothe, twisted, 1ø z Yede, ran, 2 I 8 Yelden, yielded, 20 20 Yerde, stick, stem, 17 5 Yode, went, 6 z Yolden, yielded, 5 IZ Y-wis, certainly, 10 58