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Black-letter Broadside Ballads Of The years 1595-1639

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GLOSSARIAL INDEX
cuckoldry, eating of a ram as a sign of,
328 Culter, Edward, ballad by, 166 Culverwell, Anthony, 248 Cumberland, Earl of, 417 (7) curmudgeon (curmugin), 210 (14),
339 (ri) .
current, flowing, 50 (3)
cursed crew, the, cant name for roaring
boys, 446 (8) cutpurse boys, 43 (16)
damded, damned, 58 (22) damsons, plums, 345 (5) date, a, the period of gestation, 427 (7) David, King, of Israel, 350 f. Davies (Davis), Alice and Henry, 283,
288, 299 Dawes, John, 387 dead lift, a, extremity or emergency,
267 (9) Deal, Kent, 457 (6) debosht, variant of debauched, 191 (2) decay, ruin, 55 (3), etc. decoys, swindlers, 43 (17), 247 (19),
446(9) Dee River, 213 (3) defame, evil, unchastity, 127 (8) degrading a knight in public, ballad
on, 144 Dekker, Thomas, 24, 39, 270, 376 Deloney, Thomas, 72, 256 denay, to, deny, 80 (7), 307 (19) Dening, a poor man, 370 Denmark, peace of, in 1613, with
Sweden, 44; King of, i.e. Gus-
tavus Adolphus, 418 (12). See
Christian IV denoted, to be, distinguished by a
mark or sign, 421 (4) depart, to, die, 282 (23) Derbyshire, 54 Devil, the, and Master Inglebred,
370; and three witches, 99 (10 f.) devil a word, the, 242 (14); what a
(the),237(11) dewce (deuce), two (of dice), 383 (7)
dice, 33 (10), 42 (13), 43 (17), 183
(17), 246 (15 ff.); ballad on three
maidenheads lost at, 380 Dickerson, Thomas, ballad by, 256 diet, a, treatment, 77 (18), 136 (n),
etc. dildo dill, a refrain, 117 (9) diligence, ? the Devil's coach, or some
other means of conveyance, 99 (10) dints, blows, 47 (6) discasting, casting off, 195 (10) dish-clout, a, cloth for washing dishes,
.73 (4) Dives, the rich man, 187 (8) dodge, to, play fast and loose with,
3i (3) Doffeelde, John, 59 dogged, crabbed, spiteful, 333 (3) dole, distress, sorrow, 97 (1), etc. Dole, France, 161 dolphin, the, dauphin, 26 (4), 28(12),
29(T3) doomsday, the, ballads on, no, 176 Dordrecht (Dort), Holland, 121 double colours, to display, ? to cozen,
to make a false show, 43 (19) doubt, to make no, have no fear, 171
(3) Douce, Francis, 176 Dover, Kent, 457 (6) doves, milk-white, alight on a corpse,
256 drabbing, associating with drabs, or
harlots, 191 (2) draggle-tail, a, dirty, untidy (used of
a slut), 32 (4) Drake, Sir Francis, 417 (7) draw, to, on a hurdle, 303 (14) draw-well, a, deep well from which
water is drawn up by a bucket,
3H(i5) drencht, drowned, 108 (11) dressings, apparel, 208 (4) drest, made ready, prepared, 334 (8) drink, ballads against, 166, 189, 337,
361,420 droyling, drudging, slaving, 335 (10)
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