Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 1 of 8 from 1860 edition

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Q^" Figures placed after words denote the pages in which they occur.
a, one.
a', all.
abee, abene, be.
aboon, abnne, above.
aby, pay for.
ae, only, sole.
ae, aye, still.
ahin, behind.
aim, iron.
aid, old.
all and some, each and aU.
als, as.
als, also.
ance, anes, once.
appone, upon.
araye, order.
arblast-bow, cross-bow.
are, before.
arena, are not.
arighte, laid hold of.
armorie, 237, band of armed
men. asey, assay.
ask, newt, a kind of lizard. askryede, described. >isurd, azured, blue.
at, 296, of.
atteynt, seize.
aught, owed.
avanse, gain, succeed.
avow, vow.
awa, away.
awenn, own.                             »
ay, o.
ayont, beyond.
ba', ball.
backefysyke, 22.
bade, prayed for.
bade, abode, staid.
bairnly, childlike.
bald, bold.
bale, blaze, fere.
bale, harme, ruin, sorrow.
ban', bound.
bane, bone.
bankers, 276, coverings for
benches. bann, curse. barn, child, wight. beck, stream. bedone, 8, bedecked.

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