CAWDREY'S A TABLE ALPHABETICAL: F

Ed. Raymond Siemens, Dept. of English,
University of British Columbia, (c) 1994

<l.b><tx hl> F <hl F>
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<f r> Fabricate,
<f bl> make, fashion.
<l.b>
<f r> fabulous,
<f bl> fained, counterfeited, much
<l.b> talked of
<l.b>
<f r> fact,
<f bl> deede
<l.b>
<f r> facilitie,
<f bl> easines
<l.b>
<f r> faction,
<f bl> deuision of people into sundry
<l.b> parts and opinions
<l.b>
<f r> factious,
<f bl> that maketh deuision, cententi-
<l.b> ious.
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<f r> factor,
<f bl> one that doth busines for another
<l.b>
<f r> facultie,
<f bl> licence, power, aptnes
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<f r> fallacie,
<f bl> deceit, falshood
<l.b>
<f r> falsifie,
<f bl> to forge, or counterfait
<l.b>
<f r> fame,
<f bl> report, common talke, credite
<l.b>
<f r> fantacie,
<f bl> imagination
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<f r> (fr) fantastique,
<f bl> conceited, full of deuises
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) farce,
<f bl> to fill, or stuffe
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<f r> falcinate,
<f bl> to bewitch, or disfigure by in-
<l.b> chauntment.
<l.b>
<f r> fastidiousnes,
<f bl> lothsomnesse, or disdainfull-
<l.b> nesse
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) faschious,
<f bl> grieuous, or inducing to an-
<l.b> ger.
<l.b>
<f r> fatall,
<f bl> mortall, appointed by God to come
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<page.break><n 58><fo Ev> <f r><tx rt> An Alphabeticall table <f bl>

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to passe.
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<f r> (fr) fealtie,
<f bl> faithfulnes
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<f r> fecunditie,
<f bl> fruitfulnesse
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<f r> felicitie,
<f bl> happinesse
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<f r> (fr) female, <br 2><s y>
<f bl> the she in mankind, or other
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<f r> feminine,
<f bl> creatures. <s n>
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<f r> fermentated,
<f bl> leauened
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<f r> feruide,
<f bl> hote, scalding, burning
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<f r> festination,
<f bl> hast, speede
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<f r> festiuitie,
<f bl> mirth, pleasantnes
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<f r> festiuall,
<f bl> merrie, pertaining to holy daies
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<f r> feruent,
<f bl> hote, chafed, verie angrie
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<f r> fertile,
<f bl> fruitfull, yeelding much fruit
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<f r> feuer,
<f bl> ague
<l.b>
<f r> fiction,
<f bl> a lie, or tale fained
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<f r> fidelitie,
<f bl> faithfulnes, trustines
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<f r> figurate,
<f bl> to shadowe, or represent, or to
<l.b> counterfaite
<l.b>
<f r> figuratiue,
<f bl> by figures
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<f r> finall,
<f bl> pertaining to the end
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<f r> finite,
<f bl> hauing an end, and certaine limits.
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<f r> firme,
<f bl> sure, stedfast, strong, constant
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<f r> fixed,
<f bl> fastned, sure, fast
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<f r> (fr) flagon,
<f bl> great wine cup, or bottell
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<f r> flagrant,
<f bl> burning, hot
<l.b>
<f r> flexible,
<f bl> easilie bent, pliant, or mutable
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<f r> (fr) flote,
<f bl> swime aloft
<l.b><f r><tx ct> fluxible,

<page.break><n 59><fo E2r><f r><tx rt> of hard English words.

<l.b>
<f r> fluxible,
<f bl> thin, and running easily downe
<l.b> like water.
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) floscles,
<f bl> flowers
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<f r> fluxe,
<f bl> disease of scouring
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<f r> (fr) feeble,
<f bl> weake, lacking strength
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<f r> fomentation,
<f bl> an asswaging, or comforting
<l.b> by warmth.
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<f r> foraine,
<f bl> strange, of another country
<l.b>
<f r> formall,
<f bl> following the common fashion
<l.b>
<f r> foraminated,
<f bl> holed, or bored
<l.b>
<f r> formidable,
<f bl> fearefull, to be feared
<l.b>
<f r> fornication,
<f bl> vncleannes betweene single
<l.b> persones.
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<f r> fortification,
<f bl> strengthning
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<f r> fortitude,
<f bl> valiantnes, or couragiousnes,
<l.b> strength
<l.b>
<f r> fortunate,
<f bl> happie, hauing good sucesse
<l.b>
<f r> fragilitie,
<f bl> brittlenes, or weakenes
<l.b>
<f r> fragments,
<f bl> reliques, broken meates, peeces
<l.b> broken of.
<l.b>
<f r> fragrant,
<f bl> sweetly smelling
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<f r> (fr) franck,
<f bl> liberall, bountiful
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<f r> fraternitie,
<f bl> brotherhood
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<f r> (fr) franchise,
<f bl> libertie, freedome
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<f r> fraudulent,
<f bl> deceitfull, craftie, or ful of guile.
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<f r> frequent,
<f bl> often, done many times: ordina-
<l.b> rie, much haunted, or goe too.
<l.b><tx sig><f i> E<f r>2 <tx ct> frigifie,

<page.break><n 60><fo E2v><f r><tx rt> An Alphabeticall table

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<f r> frigifie,
<f bl> coole, make cold
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<f r> friuolous,
<f bl> vaine, trifeling, of no estimation.
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<f r> frontlet,
<f bl> (k) attire for the fore-head
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<f r> fructifie,
<f bl> to make fruitfull, or bring foorth
<l.b> much fruit.
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<f r> frugall,
<f bl> thriftie, temperate in expences
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<f r> fruition,
<f bl> inioying, possession
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<f r> frustrate,
<f bl> make voyde, deceiue
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<f r> fugitiue,
<f bl> runnagate, or starting away
<l.b>
<f r> fulgent,
<f bl> glistering, or shining
<l.b>
<f r> fuluide,
<f bl> yellowe
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<f r> fume,
<f bl> to yeeld smoke
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<f r> function,
<f bl> calling, or charge, or trade, and
<l.b> place wherein a man liueth.
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<f r> funerall,
<f bl> buriall, mourning: pertaining to a
<l.b> buriall, or mourning.
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<f r> furbush,
<f bl> to dresse or scoure, or make cleane
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<f r> (fr) furniture,
<f bl> all things necessary to vse
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<f r> furious,
<f bl> raging, or mad
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<f r> future,
<f bl> that which shall be heereafter