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bystode, put into a plight, circumstanced.
can, as an auxiliary, equivalent to did.
can, know; coud, knew; can thanke, feel grateful, (savoir gre.)
cankerdly, with ill humor.
carpe, talk, narrate.
carril, carel, churl.
certyl, kirtle; 41, jacket or waistcoat.
chaffar, chaffer, merchandise, commodity.
charter of peace, deed of pardon, sofe^warrant.
chear well, 190, make good cheer, have a good prospect.
chepe, v. buy; n. bargain.
chitt, 258, worn f
driven, 405, craven t
claw'd, 194, scratched, curried.
cold, 259, could, used as an auxiliary of the perfect tense.
commytted, 120, accounted.
comyn belle, 13, tmon-beU.
coresed, 62, harnessed. Hal-iiiwELL. (A guess ?)
cote-a-pye, upper garment, short cloak.
coud, could, used as an auxiliary of the perfect tense; coud his curtesye, 76, [showed that he'] understood good manners.
cowed, could, knew.
crack, chat, talk.
crouse, 192, merrily.
curn, 191, quantity of.
curtail fryer, 272, apparently the friar with the curtail (cur) dogs.
cutters, swaggerers, riotous fellows.
cypress, 411, gauze, crape.
dale, been at a, in low spirits f
dame, 86, mother, i. e. Mary.
dee, do; deen, done.
deft, neat, trim.
dere worthy, precious.
derne, secret, privy, retired.
devilkyns, 57, deuced.
did of, dofied.