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ID	LEMMA	INITIAL	LENGTH	LANGUAGE	DEFINITION	DEF_WC
1	ABandon	a	7	French	cast away, or yeelde vp, to leaue or forsake.	9
2	Abash	a	5	Latin	blush.	1
3	abba	a	4	Latin	father.	1
4	abbesse	a	7	French	abbatesse, Mistris of a Nunnerie, comforters of others.	8
5	abbettors	a	9	French	counsellors.	1
6	abbreuiat	a	9	Latin	to shorten, or make	4
7	abbridge	a	8	Latin	short	1
8	abbut	a	5	French	to lie vnto, or border vpon, as one lands end meets with another.	13
9	abdicate	a	8	Latin	put away, refuse, or forsake.	5
10	abecedarie	a	10	Latin	the order of the Letters, or hee that vseth them.	10
11	aberration	a	10	Latin	a going a stray, or wandering.	6
12	aberration	a	10	Latin	a going astray, or wandering.	5
13	abet	a	4	French	to maintaine.	2
14	abhorre	a	7	Latin	hate, despise, or disdaine.	4
15	abiect	a	6	Latin	base, cast away, in disdaine:	5
16	abilitie	a	8	Latin	sufficiencie	1
17	abiure	a	6	Latin	renounce, denie, forsweare:	3
18	abolish	a	7	Latin	make voyde, destroy, deface,	4
19	abolited	a	8	Latin	or out of vse	4
20	abortiue	a	8	French	borne before the time.	4
21	abricot	a	7	Latin	(k) kind of fruit:	4
22	abrogate	a	8	Latin	take away, disanull, disallow,	4
23	abruptly	a	8	Latin	vnorderly, without a preface.	4
24	absolue	a	7	Latin	finish, or acquite:	3
25	absolute	a	8	Latin	perfect, or vpright.	3
26	absolution	a	10	Latin	forgiuenes, discharge:	2
27	abstract	a	8	Latin	drawne away from another: a lit-booke or volume gathered out of a greater.	13
28	absurd	a	6	Latin	foolish, irksome.	2
29	academicke	a	10	Latin	of the sect of wise and learned men.	8
30	academie	a	8	Latin	an Uniuersitie, as Cambridge, or Oxford:	6
31	accent	a	6	Latin	tune, the rising or falling of the voice.	8
32	accept	a	6	Latin	to take liking of, or to entertaine willingly.	8
33	acceptance	a	10	French	an agreeing to some former act done before.	8
34	accessarie	a	10	Latin	partaker in the same thing	5
35	accesse	a	7	Latin	free comming to, or a way to a place,	9
36	accessorie	a	10	French	an accident extraordinary	3
37	accident	a	8	Latin	a chance, or happening.	4
38	accidentall	a	11	Latin	falling by chance, not by nature	6
39	accommodating	a	13	Latin	lending	1
40	accomodate	a	10	Latin	to make fit too, or conuenient to the purpose	9
41	accomplish	a	10	French	finish, or make an end of.	6
42	accord	a	6	French	agreement betweene persons	3
43	account	a	7	French	reckon.	1
44	accrew	a	6	French	grow, increase, goe.	3
45	accurate	a	8	Latin	curious, cunning, diligent.	3
46	acertaine	a	9	French	make sure, certifie.	3
47	acetositie	a	10	Latin	sharpnes, or sowernesse	3
48	acheeue	a	7	French	to make an end of	5
49	acquisition	a	11	Latin	getting, purchasing	2
50	acquitall	a	9	French	discharge	1
51	action	a	6	French	the forme of a suite	5
52	actiue	a	6	Latin	nimble, ready, quicke.	3
53	actuall	a	7	Latin	in act, or shewing it selfe in deed	8
54	acute	a	5	Latin	sharp, wittie, quick	3
55	adage	a	5	Latin	an old speech, or prouerbe,	5
56	adamantine	a	10	Latin	as hard as Diamont	4
57	addict	a	6	Latin	giuen too, appointed too	4
58	addresse	a	8	French	prepare, or direct.	3
59	adhærent	a	14	Latin	cleauing to, or taking part with.	6
60	adiacint	a	8	Latin	lying too, adioyning too	4
61	adiew	a	5	French	farewell	1
62	adiourne	a	8	French	deferre, or put off till another time.	7
63	adiunct	a	7	Latin	an accidental qualitie, or any property, that is not a substance.	11
64	adiure	a	6	Latin	make to sweare, or to deny	6
65	administer	a	10	Latin	gouerne, serue, or rule, or doe seruice vnto	8
66	administrator	a	13	Latin	one that doth busines for an other	7
67	admirall	a	8	French	chiefe by sea, worthy	4
68	admiration	a	10	Latin	wonderment, reioycing	2
69	admire	a	6	Latin	maruell at, or be in loue with	7
70	admission	a	9	Latin	receiuing, or leaue to enter into a place, accept.	9
71	adopt	a	5	Latin	to take for his child, freely to choose	8
72	adore	a	5	French	worship, or reuerence,	3
73	adorne	a	6	Latin	beautifie, apparrell, prepare.	3
74	aduaunce	a	8	French	preferre, lift vp to honor:	5
75	aduent	a	6	Latin	the comming	2
76	aduerse	a	7	Latin	contrary, or backward	3
77	aduertise	a	9	French	giue knowledge, aduise, or counsell:	5
78	adulation	a	9	Latin	flatterie, or fauning	3
79	adulterate	a	10	Latin	to counterfeit, or corrupt:	4
80	aduocate	a	8	Latin	a spokesman, atturney, or man of law, plead.	8
81	aduousion	a	9	French	patronage, or power to present, or giue a liuing.	9
82	adustion	a	8	Latin	burning, or rosting. Æ, see E.	6
83	affable	a	7	Latin	readie, and curteous in speech, gracious in words.	8
84	affaires	a	8	French	busines	1
85	affect	a	6	French	to desire earnestly, or to mind	6
86	affected	a	8	Latin	disposed, inclined	2
87	affiance	a	8	French	trust	1
88	affianced	a	9	French	betrothed	1
89	affinitie	a	9	Latin	kinne by marriage	3
90	affirme	a	7	Latin	auouch, acertaine	2
91	affranchise	a	11	French	set at libertie.	3
92	agent	a	5	Latin	doer, a steward, or commissioner	5
93	agglutinate	a	11	Latin	to ioyne together	3
94	aggrauate	a	9	Latin	make more grieuous, and more heauie:	6
95	agilitie	a	8	Latin	nimblenes, or quicknes	3
96	agitate	a	7	Latin	driuen, stirred, tossed	3
97	agnition	a	8	Latin	knowledge, or acknowledging	3
98	agonie	a	6	Greek	heauie passion, anguish, griefe	4
99	aigre	a	5	French	sharpe, sower,	2

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