A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1805
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No man is wretchid but hymself it wene, He that yhath hymself hath suffisaunce,
Why saies: thou then I am to the so kene, That hath thy self out of my govirnaunce
2 Saie thus grant mercie of thin habundaunce, That thou hast lent or this, thou ...
I shall have ; thou shalt have; he shall have ; Pär. We shall have ; ye shall have ;
they shall have. Second Future. *g. I will have; thou wilt have ; he will have; Pär.
We will have; ye will have; ite, will have. - By reading these future tenses, may be
Be thou; let bim be; Plur. Let us be ; be ye; let them be. Conjunctive. Present. Sing
. I be; thou beest; be be; Plur. We be; ye be; they be. - Preterit, Sing. I were; thou
wert; he were; Piur. We were 5 ye were ; they were. Preterit compound.
To BE. v. n. [This word is so remarkably irregular, that it is necessary to set down
many of its terminations. Present. I am, thou art, he is, we are, &c. - eom, eant, 1s,
anon, Sax. Preter. I was, thou wast or wert, he was, paer, poene, par, ove quere, ...
For single combat, thou shalt buckle Trith me. Shore. Yet thou, they say, for
marriage dest provide; Is this an age to buckle with a bride? Dryden. BUCKLER.
m. s. showccled, Welsh ; bowclier, Fr.] A shield; a defensive weapon buckled on
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