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corpes, 287, living body.
corynoch, lamentation for the
dead. cowde dye, 16, did die; see
can. crouse, 169, brisk, brave. crowdie, gruel, porridge. cryand, crying.
dandering, an epithet expressing the noise of drums, like tantara, p. 124.
de, die: deid, dead, death.
decay, destruction, death.
demean, punish, put down.
deputed, 103, used of a fugitive carried bach for trial.
dight, dicht; 61, furnished; 37, 189, to deth, "done," wounded; 22, dispose of,handle, encounter.
ding, pr. dung, strike, knock, beat, overcome.
door, 154? dorlach, which Jamieson says is a short-sword, means a wallet
douted, redoubtable, feared.
dre, drye, endure, bear; drie, 98, as noun, suffering.
dyne, garre, 10, give one his
fill °f fighting. dyne, 228, valley. dynte, Mow, stroke.
eathe, easy. ee, eye.
edicang, aide-de-camp. erne, uncle. endlongis, along. enewch, enough. ensenzie, enzie, ensign. envye (to do), ill-will, injury. ewill, 229; qy, eve, or vigil ?
fa!, fall; 162, share, portion.
fallows, fellows, equals.
fay, 219, on the verge of death,
doomed. fayne, glad. feale, fail. fearit, feared. (fecht, fight, fee, property, reward. feck, maist, greatest part. feid, feud, enmity. feingit, feigned. feirdness, cowardice. fell, hide.
fells, hills, also, moors.' fend, keep, support. fett, fetched.
fiery-fairy, confusion and consternation.