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

<l.b><tx hl> O <hl O>

<f r> Obdurate,
<f bl> harden, or to make more hard
<f r> (fr) obeisance,
<f bl> obedience
<f r> obiect,
<f bl> laide, or set against, or that where-
<l.b> on any thing resteth, or that where any
<l.b> thing is occupied, or set a worke.
<f r> oblation,
<f bl> offering
<f r> oblectation,
<f bl> recreation, delight
<f r> obliged,
<f bl> bound, or beholden
<f r> oblique,
<f bl> crooked, ouerthwart
<f r> obliuious,
<f bl> forfetfull (* sic *)
<f r> obloquie,
<f bl> euill report
<f r> obnoxious,
<f bl> faultie, subiect to danger
<f r> obnubilate,
<f bl> to make darke.
<f r> obscne,
<f bl> bawdie, filthy, ribauldrie
<f r> obscure,
<f bl> darke, or cloudie
<f r> obsequious,
<f bl> seruiceable, readie at hand
<f r> obseruant,
<f bl> dutifull, full of diligent ser-
<l.b> uice.
<f r> obsession,
<f bl> besieging, or compassing about
<l.b><f r><tx ct> obsolete,

<page.break><n 89><fo Gr> <f r><tx rt> of hard English words

<f r> obsolete,
<f bl> olde, past date, growne out of
<l.b> vse or custome.
<f r> obstacle,
<f bl> hinderance or let
<f r> obstinate,
<f bl> froward, stubberne, or stiffe in
<l.b> his owne opinion
<f r> obstruction,
<f bl> stopping, repressing
<f r> obtestate,
<f bl> humble, to beseech, or to call to
<l.b> witnesse:
<f r> obtrectation,
<f bl> slaunder, euill report.
<f r> obtuse,
<f bl> dull or blunt:
<f r> occidental,
<f bl> belonging to the west
<f r> occluding,
<f bl> shutting fast:
<f r> (fr) occurrences,
<f bl> occasions, things that offer
<l.b> themselues by the way:
<f r> ocean
<f bl> (g) the maine sea
<f r> odious,
<f bl> hateful, disdainfull
<f r> odor,
<f bl> smell, sent, or sauour:
<f r> odoriferous,
<f bl> sweet smelling
<f r> oeconomicke,
<f bl> (g) things that pertaine to
<l.b> houshold affaires
<f r> offensiue,
<f bl> giuing offence, offering wrong,
<l.b> or displeasing
<f r> officiall,
<f bl> belonging to an office,
<f r> officious,
<f bl> dutifull, dilligent, very readie or
<l.b> willing to please.
<f r> oligarchie,
<f bl> (g) a Common-wealth, where
<l.b> two Princes equall haue all the autho-
<l.b><tx sig><f i> G. <f bl><tx ct> ritie.

<page.break><n 90><fo Gv> <f r><tx rt> An Alphabeticall table

<f r> oliuet,
<f bl> place of Oliues:
<f r> (fr) ombrage,
<f bl> shade, harbor, or bower to rest
<l.b> vnder.
<f r> ominous,
<f bl> that signifieth some good, or ill
<l.b> lucke:
<f r> omit,
<f bl> let passe, ouerslip.
<f r> omnipotent,
<f bl> almightie, great, or high
<f r> omni-scient,
<f bl> knowing all things
<f r> onerous,
<f bl> burdenous, or chargeable
<f r> onust,
<f bl> loaden, ouercharged
<f r> operation, <br 2><s y>
<f bl> working, or
<f r> operatiue,
<f bl> effect <s n>
<f r> opinionate,
<f bl> hauing a good opinion of, or
<l.b> standing on his owne opinion
<f r> oportunitie,
<f bl> fitnes, to any thing,
<f r> oppilation,
<f bl> stopping
<f r> oppose,
<f bl> set againe
<f r> opposite,
<f bl> contrarie, or set euer against
<f r> oppressed,
<f bl> grieued, or violently wron-
<l.b> ged:
<f r> opprobrious,
<f bl> reprochfull, to taunt, reuile,
<l.b> or vpbraide with bad speeches.
<f r> oppugne,
<f bl> to labour against, to resist
<f r> option,
<f bl> choosing or wishing
<f r> oracle,
<f bl> (g) a speech or aunswere giuen from
<l.b> God:
<l.b><f r><tx ct> oratorie,

<page.break><n 91><fo G2r><f r><tx rt> of hard English words.

<f r> oratorie,
<f bl> eloquent speech:
<f r> ordination,
<f bl> ordeyning
<f r> ordure,
<f bl> dung, filth
<f r> orfice,
<f bl> mouth
<f r> originall,
<f bl> the first, or such as it was at the
<l.b> beginning
<f r> organe,
<f bl> (g) an instrument to doo any thing
<l.b> with:
<f r> ornament,
<f bl> a decking, adorning, or trim-
<l.b> ming.
<f r> orphant,
<f bl> (g) a childe without parents
<f r> ossicle,
<f bl> bone:
<f r> (fr) ostages,
<f bl> pledges giuen and taken
<f r> ostentation,
<f bl> boasting
<f r> orthography,
<f bl> (g) true writing
<f r> (fr) ouerplus,
<f bl> more then needeth
<f r> (fr) outragious,
<f bl> fierce, vnreasonable.