Child's, The English And Scottish Ballads

Volume 7 of 8 from 1860 edition - online book

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KP" Figures placed after words denote the pages in which they occur.
abien, aboun, above.-
aboyding, abiding.
accompany, 308, keep the com­pany of.
ae, one.
affected, enamored.
all and sam, all and several, one and aU.
allangst, 182, along.
ancyents, 63, ensigns.
anent, over against.
aneughe, enough.
aras, arrows.
arminge-sword, a two-handed sword.
austerne, 99, austere.
avowe, vow.
awin, own.
bade, abode.
bald, bold.
bale, torrow; ballys bete, 42,
better, amend, oar evils. buwloun, command, orders.
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banket, banquet.
barne, (A. Sax. beorn,) chief, man.
basnites, bassonetts, helmets.
battellis, 225, divisions of the army, or, the armies.
be, by, at, by the time that.
bearing arrow, 65, " an arrow that carries well:" Per­cy, who also suggests birr­ing, i, e. whirring, whizzing. See Boucher's Glossary.
bed, 224, 229, abode, remained.
bedeen, 265, in numbers, one after another t
beild, shelter; 224, position of safety.
ben, in.
bende-bow, bent bow.
bended, 182, bounded t
bent, coarse grass, ground on which this grass grows, field.
berne (A. Sax. beorn), chief, man.
ber, bare.