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Traffick, Trade
Tragedy, a Play ending in Grief
Tragic, and Tragical, ending in Grief, oco
Train, Company of
Trance, a great Astonishment or Swooning, when

one forgets himself.
To transcend, to go or climb over, to excel
To Transform, to change the Forni or Shape
To translate, to change or turn from one Thing to

another: Also to turn out of one Language into

another.
Transparent, clear, that may be seen through
Transplanted, removed from one Place to another
To Transport, to carry out of ones felt, to be ex.

ceeding glad. Tripod, A large Veffel supported by 3 Feet;, and

fome say a Table with 3 Feet, on which the

Priests of Apollo fat and gave forth the Oracle. Tripple, Threefold Trivet-Table, Table with three Legs Triumph, Joy, folemn Actions of Rejoycing pub

lickly perforni'd in Honour of the Conqueror Troy, a City of Asia the less. Trophies, Things and Structures rais'd for the

Remembrance of a Victory Truncheon, short thick Stick. Tumid, swelling To Tune, to prepare or nrake Mufick Tythes, the Tenth Part Tyrant, a King acting contrary to the Laws, who

makes his Will and Pleasure the Law Tythe, the Tenth Part

V VACANT, empty, not furnished or used, at

Leisure Vampt, mended, dressed quisfied, conqueret, nyercoma

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Vapour, Steam.
To Vary, To change, alter
Variety, Change, difference, diversity
Vassal, Slave, subject to another
Pent, Room, Passage
Veneration, Reverence, Worship
Venus, The Goddess of Beauty
Verdant, Green, fresh
Verdure. Greenness, strength
Vernal, Belonging to the Spring
Vicious, Evil, bad, wicked, faulty,
Vicissitude, Change, alteration
Viltim, A Sacrifice
Victor, Conqueror
Vigorous, Brisk, lively
Viscous, Clammy
Vital, Relating to Life
Ulcer, A great Sore
Oncorrupted, Pure, not mixed
Undulating, Moving about like a Wave
Uninformed, Not instructed
Ungracious, Wicked
To Unite, To joyn, to make one
Universe, The World, the whole of things
Unmanured, Not tilled or looked after, as Ground
Unsinnered, Without Sinnews, weak
Unnavigable, That cannot be fáiled in
Vnweildy, Lumpish, Now because of its bigness
Vocal, Belonging to the Voice
To Vouchsafe, To favour, to stoop to do
To Opbraid, To lay to one's charge
Opheave, Heaved or lifted up
Urns, Earthen Pots; such as the Romans used to

put the Ashes of their burned Bodies into
To Usurp, To take into his Use what is another's
Vtmoft, Greatest, farthest
Vulgar, Common

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W. TO W allow. To roll

Wan. Pale, Dead-like
Wane. Decrease
Wary. Careful, Cautious
Wav’d. Shaked, also avoided
Whelped. Brought forth Whelps
Wight. Creature, Person
Whilome. Formerly, e’er while, or in a while
Wildings, Apples growing naturally
Woe. Grief, Misery
Wont. To be used, accustomed
Wood. Angry, mad
Wons, Where he wons, that is, goes, frequents,

dwells
Wrecked, racked and wretched, Spoiled, ruined
Wheelid about, Turned about
Weltring, Rolling in
To Wreft, To take from by force

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