CAWDREY'S A TABLE ALPHABETICAL: G

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

<hl G> (* switch to hl=G without notice *)

<l.b>
<f r> (fr) garboile,
<f bl> hurlie burly
<l.b>
<f r> gardian,
<f bl> a keeper, or defendor
<l.b>
<f r> gargarise,
<f bl> to wash the mouth, and throate
<l.b> within, by stirring some liquor vp and
<l.b> downe in the mouth,
<l.b>
<f r> garnar, <br 2><s y>
<f bl> corne, or corne
<l.b>
<f r> granar,
<f bl> chamber. <s n>
<l.b><f r><tx ct> (fr) garnish,

<page.break><n 61><fo E3r><f r><tx rt> of hard English words.

<l.b>
<f r> (fr) garnish,
<f bl> trime, decke vp, make fine.
<l.b>
<f r> gem,
<f bl> a precious stone
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) gaie,
<f bl> fine, trim
<l.b>
<f r> gentilitie, <br 2><s y>
<f bl> gentrie, nobilitie,
<l.b>
<f r> generositie,
<f bl> gentlemanship. <s n>
<l.b>
<f r> genesis,
<f bl> (g) beginning
<l.b>
<f r> gentile,
<f bl> a heathen
<l.b>
<f r> generation,
<f bl> ofspring
<l.b>
<f r> genealogie,
<f bl> (g) generation, or a describing
<l.b> of the stock or pedegree.
<l.b>
<f r> genitalles,
<f bl> priuities
<l.b>
<f r> genuine,
<f bl> peculiar, or naturall
<l.b>
<f r> genius,
<f bl> the angell that waits on man, be it
<l.b> a good or euill angell
<l.b>
<f r> genitor,
<f bl> father
<l.b>
<f r> geographie,
<f bl> (g) the describing of the earth.
<l.b>
<f r> geometrie,
<f bl> (g) art of measuring the earth.
<l.b>
<f r> geomancie,
<f bl> (g) sorcerie by circkles, and
<l.b> pricks in the earth
<l.b>
<f r> germane,
<f bl> come of the same stock
<l.b>
<f r> gests,
<f bl> things done, or noble acts of princes
<l.b>
<f r> gibbocitie,
<f bl> crookednes
<l.b>
<f r> gire,
<f bl> grin, or laugh
<l.b>
<f r> giues,
<f bl> fetters
<l.b>
<f r> glee,
<f bl> mirth, gladnes
<l.b>
<f r> gospell,
<f bl> glad tidings
<l.b>
<f r> globe,
<f bl> any thing, very round.
<l.b><tx sig><f i> E<f r>3 <tx ct> glorifie,

<page.break><n 62><fo E3v><f r><tx rt> An Alphabeticall table

<l.b>
<f r> glorifie,
<f bl> to giue honour, praise, and com-
<l.b> mendation to any body.
<l.b>
<f r> glosse,
<f bl> a tongue, or exposition of a darke
<l.b> speech.
<l.b>
<f r> gloze,
<f bl> dissemble
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) gourmandise,
<f bl> deuouring, gluttony
<l.b>
<f r> glutinate,
<f bl> to glue, or ioyne together
<l.b>
<f r> gnible,
<f bl> bite
<l.b>
<f r> gnomen,
<f bl> (g) the stile, or cock of a diall
<l.b>
<f r> gradation,
<f bl> steps, by little and little.
<l.b>
<f r> graduate,
<f bl> that hath taken a degree
<l.b>
<f r> gratifie,
<f bl> to pleasure, or doo a good turne in
<l.b> way of thankfulnes
<l.b>
<f r> gratis,
<f bl> freely, without desert
<l.b>
<f r> gratitude,
<f bl> thankfulnes
<l.b>
<f r> gratulate,
<f bl> to be glad for anothers sake,
<l.b>
<f r> graue,
<f bl> waightie, sober, sage, discreete
<l.b>
<f r> grease,
<f bl> fat
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) guerdon,
<f bl> a reward:
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) guidance,
<f bl> gouerning, or direction
<l.b>
<f r> (fr) guise,
<f bl> fashion, shape, custome,
<l.b>
<f r> gulfe,
<f bl> deepe poole, or pit
<l.b>
<f r> gustation,
<f bl> taste
<l.b>