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but, 203, and; but and, and
also. by and by, straightway. bydeene, 13, continuously, in
numbers. byggis, builds. bygone, bedecked. byhouys, behoves. byleve, 98, remain, byrde, lady. oyre, cow-house. byrnande, burning. byteche, commit.
can, (sometimes gan,) used as an auxiliary Kith an infinitive mood, to express ike past tense of a verb.
carline, female of churl, old woman.
carlist, 37, churlish.
carp, talk, tell stories.
chess, jess, strap.
chiel, child, young man.
christendame, christendoun, christening.
clear, clere, fair, morally pure.
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coiffer, 260, coif, head-dress, capt
cold, could, knew; used as an auxiliary with the infnitive to express a past tense; e. g. he cold fling, he flung.
coleyne, Collen, Cologne steel.
com'nye, 237, communing, discourse.
compenabull, 21, sociable, admitting to participation.
coost, coosten, cast.
couth, could, knew, understood.
cow-me-doo, 171, like cnr-doo, name for a dove, from its cooing.
crapote", 99. Qy. cramasee, crimson 1
crowt, 12, curl up.
cure, 279, till.
dag-durk, dagger, dirk.
dang, beat, struck.
dasse, dais, raised platform.
dele, dell, part.
delle, 101, dally.