Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

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GLOSSART.
dere, harm.
derne, secret.
des, dese, dais, elevated plat­form.
devyse, direction.
deynteous, dainty.
dight, 225, placed, involved.
dight (corn), winnow.
dinne, 12, trouble, circum­stance.
distans, 23, dissension, strife.
done, do.
doo, dove.
doubt, dout, fear.
dought, could, might; 112, may, am able.
dow, could.
dowie, mournful, doleful.
dree, suffer.
drest, arranged.
drumlie, troubled, gloomy.
dryssynge, dressing.
dule, sorrow, trouble.
dullfull, doleful.
dyght, dygzht, adorned, ar­rayed, dressed,
ear, soon, early.
eerie, eiry, fearful, producing
superstitious dread, eghne, eyes. eglis, eagle's. elde, eldren, old. Elfin, 262, 'Elf-land. elriteh, elvish. endres-daye, 98, past-day t
other day f See Halliwell's
Dictionary. "Of my fortune, how it ferde,
This endir day, as y forth ferde." erdelik, 275, earthly. (Finlay,
"clidelik.") erlish, elvish. esk, newt.
etin (Danish jette), giant. even cloth, 113, fine cloth? everlk, every. everyohon, every one.
faem, foam.
faine, desire.
faine, glad.
fairest, forest.
fand, found.
fare, go.
farer, further.
fawte, want.
fayrse, fierce.
feat, neat, dexterous, nimble.
fee, 100, animals, deer; 107, rent, tribute.
feed, same as food, fud, crea­ture, man, woman, or child.
feires, companions, mates.
fele, many.
fell, hill, moor.
ferli, 275, fairly t
ferlie, ferly, wonder.
ferlich, wondrous.
fernie, covered with fern.
fet, fette, fetched.
fethill, fiddle.
fforthi, therefore.
fifthen, fifth.
fil, feU.
first ane, first.
firth, (frith,) wood.







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