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Maintain (accentuated on the 2d syllable; on | 93. I sue for exiled —'s repeal; let him return, 640; the first in HGA I, 1, 71. Tit. II, 1, 47. V, 2, 72). cf. O fair return of banished m. John III, 1, 321. the 1) to keep, to support, to sustain, to feed: he will m. sceptre, the attribute to awe and m. Merch. IV, 1, 191. you like a gentlewoman, Wiv. III, 4, 45. sweat in this to bless the bed of m. Wint. V, 1, 33. John II, 350. business and m. this war, John V, 2, 102. I have —ed III, 1, 98. 100. IV, 2, 213. IV, 3, 148. R2 II, 1, 120. that Salamander with fire, H4A III, 3, 53. H5 I, 1, 295. H6B 1, 2, 36; R3 III, 7, 169. Hml. III, 3, 15. IV, 12. II, 3, 45. HCB IV, 7, 75. IV, 10, 24. HOC III, 3, 1, 31. Ant. V, 2, 17 etc. Masc. in Lucr. 640. 126. 154. R3 1, 2, 260. H8 1, 2, 31. Hml. II, 2, 361. 3) title given to kings and queens: Tp. II, 1, 168. to m. it

= to afford it: I am able to m. it, Shr. V, 1, LLL II, 141. V, 2, 311. 888. All's I, 1, 4. 13. 1, 2, 79. 80 senseless of expense, that he will neither know 10. 23. 76. H5 V, 2, 26. HGA III, 1, 96. 176. 179. how to m. it, nor cease his flow of riot, Tim. II, 2, 2. H6B I, 1, 1. Hml. 11, 2, 26. III, 1, 22 etc. your high

2) to support, to defend, to vindicate, to justify: m. All's II, 1, 113. your sweet m. R2 II, 2, 20. my dear our country rights in Rome -ed, Lucr. 1838. if it be m. your queen, Hml. II, 2, 135. most royal m. Lr. I, 1, honest you have spoke, you have courage to m. it, Meas. 196. good m. Ant. III, 3, 2. most gracious m. 7 etc. III, 2, 167. never could m. his part, Ado I, 1, 238. a the m. of England, John 1, 3. the double —s, II, 480. sceptre must be as boisterously -ed as gained, John before my father's m. H4A V, 1, 96. the m. of buried III, 4, 136. R2 I, 1, 62. 98. IV, 27. 84A IV, 3, 9. Denmark, Hml. I, 1, 48. where is the beauteous m. of H4B III, 2, 82. IV, 1, 42. IV, 2, 67. IV, 5, 225. H5 Denmark? IV, 5, 21. this old m. Lr. V, 3, 299. Applied III, 2, 85. III, 6, 95. IV, 1, 300. H6A II, 4, 32. 70. to the princess of France: LLL V, 2, 736 (probably 73. 88. III, 1, 129. III, 4, 31. HGB I, 1, 161 (Jesu as supposed to be heiress of her dead father). m. your royal excellence !). HOC I, 1, 88. Troil. II, 1, Major, subst. the first proposition of a syllogism: 138. II, 2, 129. Tit. V, 2, 72. Tim. IV, 3, 71. Lr. V, I deny your m. H4A 11, 4, 544 (perhaps quibbling with 3, 100. 112. Cymb. V, 4, 74.

mayor). 3) to assert: unless this general evil they m. Sonn. Major, adj. greater: my m. vow lies here, Troil. 121, 13. she dying, as it must be so ed, upon the V, 1, 49. the m. part of your syllables, Cor. II, 1, 64. instant, Ado IV, 1, 216. say if I-ed the truth, HGA Majority, superiority, preeminence: whose great II, 4, 5. when the devout religion of mine eye -s such name in arms holds from all soldiers chief m. and milifalsehood, Rom. 1, 2, 94. heard him oft m. it to be fit, tary title capital through all the kingdoms, H4A III, Lr. 1, 2, 77.

2, 109. 4) to keep, to entertain, to hold: -ed the change Make, vb. (impf, and partic. made). A. trans. 1) of words with any creature, Ado IV, 1, 185; m. no to create, to beget, to cause to exist, to form, to words with him, Tw. IV, 2, 107; m. talk with the duke, frame, to compose: nature that made thee, Ven. 11. Lr. III, 3, 16. m. a mourning ostentation, Ado IV, 1, 243. bees that made 'em (honey-combs) Tp. 1, 2, 330. 207. which —ed so politic a state of evil, V, 2, 62. it thou art made like a goose, II, 2, 136. as if the garment shall be so far forth friendly —ed till we set his young- had been made for me, Gent. IV, 4, 168. like man new est free, Shr. I, 1, 141. defences, musters, preparations, made, Meas. II, 2, 79 (new-created by salvation ). a should be —ed, assembled and collected, H5 II, 4, 19. man already made, II, 4, 44. a life true made, 47. to that here you m. several factions, H6A I, 1, 71. and see the -ing of her carcanet, Err. III, 1, 4. by this I m. such a quarrel openly, Tit. II, 1, 47.

know 'tis made, 115. he were an excellent man that 5) to represent: the one —ed by the owl, LLL V, were made just in the midway between him and Bene2, 902 (Armado's speech).

dick, Ado II, 1, 8. he speaks not like a man of God's Maintenance, 1) sustenance: Gent. 1, 3, 68. Shr. -ing, LLL V, 2, 529; As III, 2, 216. God made him, V, 2, 148.

Merch. 1, 2, 60. put the liveries to —ing, II, 2, 124. (the 2) deportment, carriage: I saw him hold Lord painter) having made one (eye) III, 2, 124. Nathaniel's Percy at the point with lustier m. than I did look for of coat was not fully made, Shr. iv, 1, 135. Be that made such an ungrown warrior, H4A V, 4, 22.•

me, R2 II, 1, 93; H6A II, 4, 88; HOC II, 2, 124; R3 Main-top, the top of the mainmast: Cymb. IV, 1, 2, 62; Lr. I, 1, 210. I was not made a horse, R2 V, 2, 320.

5, 92; cf. repent thou wast not made his daughter, Ant. Majestic, grand, stately: Tp. IV, 118. Caes. I, III, 13, 135. I knew ye as well as he that made ye, 2, 130. Cymb. V, 5, 457.

H4A II, 4, 296. what I have to say is of mine own Majestical, 1) pertaining to royalty, princely: -ing, H4B V, 5, 121. his passport shall be made, H5 presence m. would put him out, LLL V, 2, 102. laid in IV, 3, 36. you are weakly made, H8 11, 3, 40. my will bed m. H5 IV, 1, 284.

shall here be made, Troil. V, 10, 53; Wiv. III, 4, 60. 2) grand, stately: LLL V, 1, 12. H5 II Chor. 16. he sits in his state, as a thing made for Alexander, H6A IV, 7,39. R3 111, 7, 118. Hml. 1, 1, 143. 11,2,313. Cor. V,4, 23 (formed to represent A.). he that made us

Majestically, with princely dignity: H4A II, with such large discourse, Hml. IV, 4, 36. there was 4, 479.

good sport at his ing, Lr. 1, 1, 24. the issue that Majesty , 1) grandeur, dignity of aspect and their lust hath made between them, Ant. III, 6, 8. made manner: he trots with gentle m. Ven. 278. the sun a law, Per. Prol. 35 etc. etc. With of: such stuff as ariseth in his m. 856. in great commanders grace and dreams are made on, Tp. IV, 157 (on = of). the ladder m. you might behold, Lucr. 1387. Sonn. 7, 4. 78, 8. made of cords, Gent. II, 4, 182. III, 1, 117. his guts LLL I, 1, 137. IV, 3, 228. As III, 2, 154. Wint. V, are made of puddings, Wiv. II, 1, 32, what stufe 'tis 2, 39. V, 3, 35. 39. R2 III, 3, 70. H6A 1, 2, 79. V, made of, Merch. I, 1, 4. such as we are made of, such 3, 70. HGB I, 1, 33. III, 1, 6. III, 2, 50. HOC IV, 6, we be, Tw. II, 2, 33. the breath is gone whereof this 71. R3 1, 1, 16. III, 1, 100. Ant. III, 3, 20. 45. 46 etc. praise is made, Tim. II, 2, 179 etc. etc. Hence made

2) royalty: hiding base sin in plaits of m. Lucr. 1 of = consisting of: if my breast had not been made

of faith, and my heart of steel, Err. III, 2, 150. proud, mirth, 11, 3, 101. made emulous missions, Troil. III, 3, ille, made of self-love, All's I, 1, 157. Cor. I, 9, 44. 189 (caused). made a shower and thunder with their made of sterner stuff, Caes. III, 2, 97. Without of: caps and shouts, Cor. II, 1, 282. the noble knot he were I not the better part made mercy, As III, 1, 2; cf. made, Cor. IV, 2, 32. m. a treaty, V, 6, 68; Ant. II, xhen he was less furnished than now he is with that 6, 85. the harmony which that tongue has made, Tit. xhich -8 him both without and within, Cymb. 1, 4,9 11, 4, 48. the sorrow that their sister -S(= causes) (= constitutes). Made, followed by an inf. or by for, Ii, 1, 119. trenches made by grief, V, 2, 23. m. a = destined, and hence fit, well qualified: nor made mutual closure of our house, 131. let us m. a bay, II, to court an amorous looking-glass, R3 I, 1, 15. a place 2, 3. the want whereof doth daily m. revolt in my peby nature made for murders, Tit. IV, 1, 58. The aux. nurious band, Tim. iv, 3, 91 (mark the different vb. to be before it either in the present or impf. tense: meaning in Oth. I, 1, 135). our old love made a partorches are made to light, beauty for the use, Ven. 163. ticular force, V, 2, 8. abler than yourself to m. condiwe are made to be no stronger than faults may shake tions, Caes. IV, 3, 32. it shall m. honour for you, Mcb. our frames, Meas. II, 4, 132. you are made rather to 11, 1, 26. to m. mouths, Hml. IV, 4, 50; cf. Mids. III, sonder at the things you hear than to work any, Cymb. 2, 238 and Lr. III, 2, 35; to m. faces, LLL V, 2, 649; 1, 3, 53. if he'll do as he is made to do, I'll know he'll Cor. II, 1, 83; Mcb. III, 67. his quietus m. Hml. quickly fly my friendship too, 61. were not made to III, 1, 75. m. your own purpose, how in my strength voo, Mids. II, 1, 242. this hand was made to handle you please, Lr. II, 1, 113. her garboils, made out of her nought but gold, H6B V, 1, 7. they were made for kiss impatience, Ant. II, 2, 68. made a gap, 223. made his ing, R3 1, 2, 172. meat was made for mouths, Cor. I, will, II, 4, 4. my desolation does begin to m. a better 1, 211. men's eyes were made to look, Rom. III, 1, 57. life, V, 2, 1 (is the beginning of the better life which was this fair paper made to write whore upon? Oth. is to come). what —s your admiration ? Cymb. I, 6, IV, 2, 72.

38. cf. Cor. III, 1, 27. Per. II Prol. 31 etc. etc. to m. Made up =

finished, completed: sent before my means (cf. Means) = to take measures, to contrive, time into this breathing world, scarce half made up, to practise: Gent. V, 4, 137. R3 V, 3, 40 (Qq bear my R3 I, 1, 21. he's a made up villain, Tim. V, 1, 101 good night to him). 248. Cymb. II, 4, 3. = to make (complete, perfect). being scarce made up, I mean, possible, All's V, 1, 35). to m. fair weather, see to man, he had not apprehension of roaring terrors, Weather. With a double accus., to denote an effect Cymb. IV, 2, 109 (full grown). Made without up, or change produced: m. the rope of his destiny our used in the same sense by Fluellen: H5 IV, 7, 45. cable, Tp. 1, 1, 33. words that made them (thy pur

2) to effect, to produce, to cause, to perform: to poses) known, 1, 2, 358. —s my labours pleasures, m. the breach, Lucr. 469; HGA II, 1, 74; III, 2, 2; ill, 1, 7. made wit with musing weak, Gent. I, 1, 69. HOB V, 2, 82. he does m. our fire, Tp. 1, 2, 311; Ado one made privy to the plot, III, 1, 12. made me publisher II, 1, 262; Shr. IV, 1, 4; Wint. II, 3, 115 etc. widows of this pretence, 47. Silver made it good, Shr. Ind. 1, of this business' -ing, Tp. II, 1, 133. to m. an earth- 19 (cf. Good). he'll be made an example, Wint. IV, quake, 315. m. flows and ebbs, V, 270. and m. rough 4, 847 (cf. Example). it made my imprisonment a pleawinter everlastingly, Gent. II, 4, 163. m. water (=to sure, H6C IV, 6, 11. those you m. friends, H8 II, 1, urine) Gent. IV, 4, 41; Meas. III, 2, 117; Tw. 1, 3, 127. my boon I m. it that you know me not, Lr. IV, 7, 139. to m. a hole, Wiv. III, 5, 143; H4B [1, 2, 88; 10 etc. to m. it strange = to pretend to be shocked Caes. V, 1, 31 etc. m. the fairy oyes, Wiv. V, 5, 45. at what has been said or done: she -s it strange, rice -s mercy, Meas. IV, 2, 115 is the cause of but she would be best pleased to be so angered with mercy). who -s that noise ? IV, 3, 27; Ado III, 3, 35; another letter, Gent. 1, 2, 102. 10 achieve her? how ? Mids. III, 2, 116; H4B IV, 5, 1; H8 iv, 1, 72; Lr. Why -st thou it so strange? Tit. II, 1, 81. With up, II, 1, 57 etc. unquiet meals m. ill digestions, Err. V, 74. to denote a complete effect: what he with his oath and n. good room, Ado II, 1, 88. made a bloi, III, 1, 64. all probation will m. up full clear, Meas. V, 157. Peyour fair self should m. a yielding 'gainst some reason culiar passage: thou shouldst have made him as little in my breast, LLL II, 151. -8 sport to the prince, as a crow, ere left to after-eye him, Cymb. 1, 3, 14 IV, 1, 101; Wiv. IV, 4, 14; Mids. III, 2, 161. the (= let him become). Reflexively: m. yourself ready, wound mine eye hath made, As III, 5, 20; R2 IV, 279; | Tp. I, 1, 27. m. thyself like a nymph, 1, 2, 301. to m. Tit. III, 1, 247; Tim. II, 5, 66. infirmity doth ever myself acquainted with you, Wiv. II, 2, 189 etc. etc. m. the better fool, Tw. I, 5, 83; cf. I'll m. a fat pair Sometimes to m. one's self = to become: that, being of gallows, #4A II, 1, 74. a solemn combination shall a stranger in this city here, do m. myself a suitor to be made of our souls, Tw. V, 392. the need I have of your daughter, Shr. II, 91. how sometimes nature will thee thine own goodness hath made, Wint. IV, 2, 14. betray its folly and m. itself a pastime to harder bothis league that we have made, John II, 545; IV, 2, soms, Wint. 1, 2, 152. I dare not m. myself so guilty, 126. I have made a happy peace with him, John V, 1, to give up willingly that noble title, H8 II, 1, 139. 63; V, 2, 91; R2 III, 2, 127; R3 1, 2, 198; II, 2, 132; Ociavius with Mark Antony have made themselves so Cor. V, 6, 79 etc. made a divorce betwixt his queen strong, Caes. IV, 3, 154. m. yourself my guest whilst and him, R2 II, 1, 12; H5 V, 2, 394; Cymb. II, 1, 67. you abide here, Ant. II, 2, 249 (cf. Meas. III, 1, 205). n. fearful musters, H4B Ind. 12. his own merit - Adverbial or prepositional expressions supplying the his way, H8 1, 1, 64; cf. H6B IV, 8, 62 and Oth. V, place of the second accusative: till time had made them 2, 263. this -s bold mouths, H8 I, 2, 60. this night for us, Meas. I, 2, 157 (= disposed them in our fahe --s a supper (= gives) H$ 1,3,52 ; cf. ---3 factious vour). you have made the days and nights as one, All's feasts, Troil. I, 3, 191; be every one officious to m. this V, 1, 3. that day that made my sister thirteen years, banquet, Tit. V, 2, 203. all hoods m. not monks, H8 Tw. V, 255. what

- s you in this sudden change? H6C 111, 1, 23. made this mischief, II, 1, 22. m. yourself | IV, 4, 1. made of none effect, H8 IV, 1, 33. what

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that frontlet on? Lr. I, 4, 207 (what causes that front- | ance, II, 4, 132. appointment, Meas. III, 1, 60. ap. let to be on your forehead?). to m. away = to m. proach, H5 II, 4, 9. Ant. 1, 3, 46. article, LLL I, 1, away with, to destroy, to kill: Ven. 763. Sonn. 11, 140. assault, Meas. III, 1, 189. H6A 11, 1, 38. Cymb. 8. As V, 1, 58. All's 1, 1, 226. R2 1, 3, 244. HGB 1, 4, 175. assay, Meas. III, 1, 163. Tim. IV, 3, 406. III, 1, 167. III, 2, 67. R3 IV, 4, 281. Tit. II, 3, 189. Hml. II, 3, 69. assurance, Shr. II, 389, 398. III, 2, 208. IV, 2, 167. Tim. 1, 2, 110. to m. up = to com- 136. atonement, Wiv. I, 1, 33. H4B IV, 1, 221. R3 1, plete, to make full, to accomplish: Meas. V, 228. Err. 3, 36. audit, Mcb. I, 6, 27. bargain, Ven. 512. LLL i, 1, 154. LLL IV, 3, 207. Mids. III, 2, 438. Wint. V, 2, 799. John III, 1, 93. Troil. III, 2, 204. Caes. I, ií, i, 179. John 11, 541. III, 1, 106. H6C 1, 4, 25. 3, 120. battery, Ven. 426. HGA I, 4, 65. HOC III. 1, Troil. 11, 2, 170. Cor. I, 1, 148. V, 3, 140. Rom. V, 1, 36. Ant. II, 7, 115. Per. IV, 4, 43. V, 1, 47. boast, 48. Mcb. I, 5, 38. I, 3, 36. Hml. V, 1, 294. Oth. IV, Ado III, 3, 20. As II, 5, 38. H5 III, 7, 66. Troil. III, 2, 5. Per. III, 3, 5 (cf. Up). = to bring up, in the 3, 98. Tit. II, 3, 11. bond, Merch. II, 6, 6. boot, H5 language of the fishermen in Per. II, 1, 155. The 1, 2, 194. H6B IV, 1, 13. Ant. IV, 1, 9. bout, Hml. IV, prepos. of supplying the place of the first accus.: 7, 159. businesses, Wint. IV, 2, 15. care, IV, 4, 366. made such a sinner of his memory, Tp. I, 2, 101. to m. challenge, LLL V, 2, 713. H8 II, 4, 77. charter, All's a wonder of a poor drunkard, II, 2, 169. Wiv. I, 1, 2. IV, 5, 97. cheer, H4B V, 3, 18. choice, Mids. V, 43. Meas. I, 2, 57. II, 1, 1. LLL II, 252. Mids. II, 1, 243. Merch. II, 7, 3. III, 2, 43. All's II, 1, 206. H6C IV, 1, III, 1, 123. Merch. I, 1, 6. Tw. III, 3, 2. H6A IV, 5, 3. H8 1, 4, 85. Tit. II, 1, 73. Rom. II, 5, 38. Ant. 15. R3 II, 1, 50. Rom. III, 1, 50. Oth. III, 4, 61 etc. III, 1, 23 etc. cital, H4A V, 2, 62. claim, John III, 4, etc. I'll m. a shaft or a bolt on't, Wiv. III, 4, 24 (cf. 143. H5 1, 2, 68. HOC IV, 7, 59. clamour, Hml. II, Bolt). m. your best of it, Shr. IV, 3, 100; Cor. V, 6, 2, 538. close, Gent. V, 4, 117. coil, John II, 165. 148 (cf. Best). can anything be made of this? Oth. collection, Cymb. V, 5, 432. comment, Err. III, 1, 100. III, 4, 10 (= is there any meaning in this?). he will John IV, 2, 263. V, 7, 4. commotion, HGB III, 1, 29. m. no deed at all of this, All’s III, 6, 102. to m. much 358. compare, Mids. III, 2, 290. Tw. II, 4, 104. comof = to hold dear, to show love and respect to (cf. promise, Wiv. I, 1, 33. John V, 1, 67. conclusion, Kluch): Tp. 1, 2, 333. All's I, 1, 87. H6C IV, 6, 75. As V, 4, 132. Wint. I, 2, 81. confession, Rom. III, R3 V, 5, 7. Cor. II, 3, 116. Tit. IV, 1, 10. Ant. IV, 2, 5, 233. IV, 1, 22. Hml. IV, 7, 96. conquest, John III, 21. Cymb. IV, 2, 198. Much omitted: he is so made 1, 290. R2 II, 1, 66. Per. I, 4, 69. construction, Wiv. on here within , as if he were son and heir to Mars, II, 2, 232. course, R3 IV, 4, 529 (Qq made away). Cor. IV, 5, 203 (on of). to m. more of: I'll m. more courtesy, Ado II, 1, 56. Meas. II, 4, 175. As Epil. 23. of thy old body than I have done, Wiv. II, 2, 145. to H4B II, 135 (Ff om.). covenant, R2 II, 3, 50. cry, m. nothing of = to treat with contempt: his white R2 V, 3, 75. Per. II, 1, 22. defeat, Ado IV, 1, 48. H5 hair, which the impetuous blasts catch in their fury and I, 2, 107. Hml. 11, 2, 598. delay, Mids. III, 2, 394. R3 m. nothing of, Lr. III, 1, 9.

V, 3, 17. delivery, Wint. V, 2, 10. demand, All's II, Followed by an accus, and inf.; a) without to: 1, 194. Troil. II, 3, 72. III, 3, 17. 272. Ant. V, 2, made thee more profit, Tp. 1, 2, 172. m. his bold waves 305. Cymb. V, 5, 130. denial, Meas. III, 1, 166. Shr. tremble, 205. 288. 354. 370. 473. V, 303. Gent. III, 11, 281. All's 1, 2, 9. descant, R3 III, 7, 49 (Qq build). 2, 29. Meas. I, 2, 124. Err. III, 2, 38. 173. III, 2, 151 | diction, Hml. V, 2, 123. difference, Wiv. II, 1, 57. etc. I do m. myself believe, Meas. III, 1, 205 (= I am discord, Oth. II, 1, 201. disjunction, Wint. IV, 4, 540. inclined to believe). a part to tear a cat in, to m. all dispatch, Cor. I, 1, 281. dispensation, Lucr. 248. dissplit, Mids. 1, 2,32 (a phrase expressing great violence tinction, All's III, 4, 40. Tw. 11, 3, 174. Cymb. IV, 2, of action). b) with to: their ambition -s them still to 248. division, Tw. III, 4, 380. V, 229. dole, As I, 2, fight, Lucr. 68. Gent. III, 2, 19. V, 4, 163. Err. II, 1, 138. doubt, Gent. V, 2, 20. LLL V, 2, 101. H8 V, 26. 11, 2, 178. ILL V, 2, 556. Merch. I, 1, 68. Shr. 3, 67. Cor. 1, 2, 18. V, 4, 49 etc. election , All's II, 3, 1, 1, 174. All's 1, 3, 238. V, 3, 114. Tw. WI, 4, 369. 61. H6B 1, 3, 165. Cymb. 1, 2, 29. end, Wiv. I, 2, Wint. IV, 4, 198. V, 3, 71. John IV, 2, 24. R2 I, 1, 12. Merch. III, 2, 44. Wint. III, 3, 99. H5 II, 3, 11. 72. H6A IV, 7, 12. V, 3, 168. H6B II, 1, 162. 164. Tim. III, 4, 55. Hml. IV, 5, 186 etc. entrance, H6A IV, 8, 17. H6C 1, 1, 108. 142. 1, 2, 26. IV, 8, 54. R3 11, 1, 30. escape, H6C IV, 6, 80. exchange, Gent. II, 1, 3, 68. III, 2, 14. H8 II, 4, 183. Troil. IV, 4, 139. 2, 6. Wint. IV, 4, 647. Rom. II, 3, 62. excuse, Ven. Cor. II, 3, 241. V, 3, 101. Tit. IV, 1, 21. 25. Hml. III, 188. Lucr. 114. 225. Tw. 1, 5, 33. R3 1, 2, 83. Troil. 4, 186. Oth. IV, 2, 147. Per. III. 2, 18 etc. I am made III, 1, 85. Rom. III, 5, 33 etc. experiment, Wiv. IV, to understand

I am given to understand, Meas. III, 2, 35. All's II, 1, 157. extent, As III, 1, 17. fault, 2, 254.

LLL V, 2, 562. Wint. III, 2, 218. R2 1, 2,5. H5 IV, 3) Joined, in a periphrastical way, to different 1, 311. Cor. V, 6, 64. Cymb. III, 6, 58 etc. feast, substantives implying the idea of an action, to denote Meas. 1, 2, 57. Shr. III, 2, 16. flight, Gent. II, 7, 12. the performance of the respective action (cf. the resp. fray, Merch. III, 2, 62. gambol, Merch. III, 2, 93. articles): to m. abode, Gent. IV, 3, 23. HGA V, 4, 88. grapple, Tw. V, 59. greeting, Meas. IV, 3, 92. groan, Lr. I, 1, 137. account, Ado II, 1, 65. R3 III, 2, 71. act, Per. IV, 2, 117. guard, Ant. IV, 1, 10. hand, H8 V, R3 II, 2, 90. Ant. III, 1, 13. ado, Gent. IV, 4, 30. H4A 4, 74. Cor. IV, 6, 117. harm, Lr. IV, 7, 29. haste, II, 4, 223. H8 V, 3, 158. Tit. IV, 3, 102. advantage, Gent. II, 4, 190. III, 1, 258. Meas. IV, 1, 57. IV, 5, Gent. II, 4, 68. amends, Tp. IV, 1, 2. Gent. III, 1, 331. 11. Merch. III, 2, 327 etc. havoc, Ado IV, 1, 197. Tw. IV, 2, 99. Wiv. 11, 3, 70. III, 1, 90. III, 5, 48 etc. an- v, 208. John II, 220. hazard, Lucr. 155. Merch. II, swer, Meas. III, 2, 165. Ado IV, 1, 18. Tw. III, 3, 14. 1, 45. John II, 71. holiday, Tp. IV, 136. Caes. I, 1, John 11, 121. 235. R2 IV, 20. H5 V, 2, 75. H6A V, 35. impression, R3 I, 4, 63. impressure, Troil. IV, 5, 3, 150. Cor. I, 1, 110. Caes. 1, 3, 114. Hml. I, 2, 215 131. incision, Merch. 11, 1, 6. As III, 2, 75. H5 IV, etc. apologies, Lucr. 31. appeal, H8 V, 1, 153. appear-2, 9. inquiry, Meas. V, 5. Hml. II, 1, 4. inroad, Ant.

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I, 4, 50. intent, Lr. IV, 7, 9 (my made intent). jest, 1, 1, 28. sermon, Shr. IV, 1, 185. set, R3 V, 3, 19. Ado II, 3, 206. H6C V, 1, 30. jointure, H6C 11, 3, shift, Merch. 1, 2, 97. All's 11, 5, 39. H4B II, 1, 169. 136. journey, Cymb. II, 4, 43. joy, John III, 4, 107 11, 2, 25. H6B IV, 8, 32. Meb. II, 3, 46. shoot, LLL (or verb?). leg, All's II, 2, 10. life, Oth. III, 3, 177 IV, 1, 10. shout, Caes. I, 1, 49. show, Tp. 1, 2, 470. (m. a life of jealousy, = lead a jealous life? or make Ado 1, 3, 20. As I, 2, 96. H4A V, 4, 95. H6B I, 1, jealousy my manner of living?). lip, Cor. II, 1, 126. 241. Caes. IV, 2, 24. Cymb. I, 5, 40. Per. I, 4, 75 etc. look, Wint. V, 1, 228. Ant. 1, 5, 56. love, Gent. IV, shrift, R3 III, 4, 97. sign, Tit. III, 1, 121. Ni, 2, 43. 2, 126. Wiv. I, 3, 48. Mids. I, 1, 107. Shr. 1, 2, 136. signal, H6B 111,3,28. slander, Ado III, 3, 170. slaughHml. III, 4, 93. Lr. V, 3, 86 etc. manage, R2 1, 4, 39. ter, H6B III, 2, 190. Cymb. V, 3, 79. Per. IV, 4, 37. mansion, Tim. V, 1, 218. march, HCA IV, 3, 8. Mcb. I smiles, Wint. I, 2, 116. sojourn, Lr. I, 1, 48. sound, V, 2, 31. Ant. IV, 8, 30. marriage, Ant. II, 3, 39. Shr. Ind. 1, 51. Per. II, 3, 62. spare, H8 V, 4, 21. match, Ven. 586. Wiv. II, 2, 304. Ado II, 1, 314. 11, speech, Caes. III, 2, 64. speed, Gent. III, 1, 169. Meas. 2, 38. Shr. IV, 4, 46. All's IV, 3, 254. H5 1, 2, 264 1v, 3, 109. Mids. II, 1, 233. Merch. II, 8, 37 etc. etc. meal, H4B IV, 3, 99. Cymb. III, 6, 52. merchan. spoil, H6C V, 4, 80. sport, Wiv. III, 3, 160. Err. II, dise, Merch. III, 1, 133. mistakings, Tp. 1, 2, 248. 2, 30. Ado III, 1, 58. Mids. III, 2, 389. As 1, 2, 28. moan, Gent. 11, 3, 33. Mids. V, 3+1. Merch. I, 1, 126. All's V, 3, 323. R2 II, 1, 85. Hml. 11, 2, 536 etc. III, 3, 23. R3 1, 2, 158. mock, Oth. V, 2, 151. motion, stand, Lucr. 438. Merch. I1, 6, 2. V, 77. John IV, 2, Err. I, 1, 60. Tw. III, 4, 316. H8 II, 4, 234. Cor. III, 139. H4B II, 3, 64. HOC III, 1, 3. Cymb. V, 3, 1 etc. 2, 118. note, Ant. III, 3, 26. oath, R2 V, 1, 75. ob- start, HGB IV, 8, 45. stay, Mids. III, 2, 87. V, 428. servation, Lr. I, 1, 292. offence, Meas. III, 2, 15. IV, Tim. III, 6, 128. step, Troil. 11, 3, 193. strain, Troil. 2, 199. As III, 5, 117. H5 IV, 8, 58. Lr. 11, 4, 61 etc. 1, 3, 326. stray, Lr. I, 1, 212. stride, R2 I, 3, 268. ofer, LLL V, 2, 810. Merch. IV, 1, 81. H5 I, 1, 75. 111, 3, 92. Cymb. V, 3, 43. suit, Tp. III, 2, 44. H8 V, 1, 193. Ant. 11, 6, 34 etc. opening, Meas. IV, 1, 1, 2, 197. Tit. I, 223. Cymb. V, 5, 71 etc. summons, 31. overture, All's V, 3, 99. Lr. III, 7, 89. pants, Oth. 18 II, 4, 219. supper, HGC V, 5, 85 (or = to give ?). 11, 1, 80. partition, Cymb. I, 6, 37. passage, H8 II, survey, Cor. II, 1, 43. tale, H6C II, 1, 120. Hml. 11, 4, 165. pastime, Wint. II, 3, 24. Cymb. III, 1, 78. 2, 146. taste, H4B 11, 3, 52. tender, Wiv. I, 1, 215. pause, Lucr. 541. John IV, 2, 231. HGC III, 2, 10. Ado II, 3,185. LLL 11, 171. Hml. 1,3,99; in another R3 I, 2, 162. Ant. V, 1, 3 etc. period, Mids. V, 96. sense: H4A V, 4, 49. test, Meas. I, 1, 49. thought, H4B IV, 5, 231. R3 II, 1, 44. pillage, Tit. II, 3, 44. Oth. I, 3, 26. thrust, H4B II, 4, 228. H5 11, 1, 104. play, H8 I, 4, 46. point, H6B II, 1, 5. practice, Meas. title, All's 1, 3, 107. H5 I, 2, 68. trespass, H6C V, 1, III, 2, 288. prayer, Merch. IV, 1, 127. #6B IV, 7, 121. 92. trial, Lucr. Arg. 9. Tp. I, 2, 467. Meas. III, 1, preachment, H6C I, 4, 72. preparation, Wiv. IV, 5, 203. Tw. IV, 2, 52. HCA V, 3, 76. Cor. V, 1, 40. use, 89. Ado I, 1, 280. prepare, H6C IV, 1, 131. pretence, Ven. 129. Tp. 1, 2, 492. Gent. II, 4, 68. Ado 1, 3, 40. Per. 1, 2, 91. prey, R3 I, 3, 71. III, 5, 84. Troil. 1, All's IV, 4, 22. H5 1, 2, 268. Tim. III, 2, 89. Ant. III, 3, 123. price, Ado III, 3, 122. All's V, 3, 61. prize, 5, 7 etc. vent, All's II, 3, 212, view, Tw. II, 2, 20. R3 III, 7, 187. Ant. V, 2, 183. probation, Hml. I, 1, visitation, H8 1, 1, 179. vow, LLL II, 22. Tw. V, 222. 156. proclamation, H6A 1, 3, 71. H6C IV, 7, 70. V, John III, 1, 266 etc. voyage, Ado 1, 1, 82. R2 V, 6, 5, 9. R3 IV, 4, 519. promise, Wiv. IV, 6, 34. Meas. 49. wager, Hml. IV, 7, 156. Cymb. 1, 4, 120. war, IV, 1, 34. Cor. III, 6, 86. Caes. IV, 2, 24. Hml. 1, 3, H6A 1, 2, 17. H6C 11, 2, 31. Cor. 1, 1, 238. Mcb. II, 119 etc. proof, Ado II, 2, 27. Tw. I, 5, 67. H6A I, 4, 17. Ant. II, 2, 43. 95. III, 5, 4 etc. waste, Merch. 2, 94. Caes. II, 1, 299. Oth. V, 1, 26. provision, Err. 1, 1, 157. H5 1, 2, 28. Rom. I, 1, 224. way, Shr. I, 1, 1, 1, 48. purchase, Ven. 515. R3 III, 7, 187. Oth. II, 239. II, 155. Wint. V, 1, 233. R2 V, 2, 110. H6C iv, 3, 9. pursuit, R3 111, 2, 30. push, Ado V, 1,38. quarry, 5, 10 etc. welcome, Tim. 1, 2, 135. wing, Mcb. III, 2, Cor. I, 1, 202. question, Merch. I, 1, 156. 184. H4B 51. work, John 11, 302. 407. Cor. I, 4, 20. 1, 8, 9. IV, 1, 167. Troil. I, 174. Cor. II, 1, 246. Lr. IV, IV, 6, 80. 88. 95. 100. V, 1, 15. Rom. II, 6, 35 etc. 3, 26. Oth. III, 4, 17 etc. ransom, HOB IV, 1, 10. re- 4) to put into the suitable form for use: m. the cantation, All's II, 3, 194. reckoning, H5 IV, 1, 141. beds, Wiv. I, 4, 102. Merch. IV, 1, 96. Shr. IV, 1, 203. Hml. 1, 5, 78. recompense, Wiv. IV, 6, 55. recordation, Rom. III, 5, 202. Of doors, = to close, to fasten, to

Troil. V, 2,116. reference, Ant. V, 2, 23. remain, Cor. bar: the doors are made against you, Err. III, 1, 93. 1, 4, 62. render, Tim. V, 1, 152. repair, LLL II, 240. m. the doors upon a woman's wit and it will out at the repetition, Ven. 831. R3 1, 3, 166. replication, Caes. casement, As iv, 1, 162. Similarly: there is no bar to 1, 1, 52. Hml. IV, 2, 13. reply, John III, 3, 49. R2 m. against your highness' claim, H51,2,36. With up: ay, 11, 3, 73. Ant. Ili, 11, 18. report, Cor. IV, 5, 157. Lr. m. up that, Tw. II, 5, 133 ( make it out, make it III, 1, 37. Ant. II, 5, 57. V, 2, 255. request, Cor. II, intelligible, solve the riddle). 3, 47. Tim. I, 1, 279. Caes. V, 5, 11. șescue,

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5) to raise, to gather, to assemble, to bring toIV, 4, 114. Ant. 111, 11, 48. reservation, All's II, 3, gether: m. all the money thou canst, Oth. 1, 3, 361. 260. Cor. III, 3, 130. rest, Per. II Prol. 26. restitu- 365. the greatest strength and power he can m. R3 IV, tion, Wiv. V, 5, 32. retire, LLL II, 234. H5 IV, 3, 4, 449. m. friends with speed, H4B I, 1, 214. let our 86. retreat, As III, 2, 169. H4B IV, 3, 78. return, alliance be combined, our best friends made, Caes. IV, Gent. II, 7, 14. Meas. IV, 3, 107. Tw. 1, 4, 22. H6B | 1, 44. 'tis fit you m. strong party, Cor. III, 2, 94. the 1, 2, 83. H6C IV, 1,5. Lr. II, 4, 153 etc. revolt, Oth. I army we can m. V, 1, 37. m. head, H4A III, 1, 64. IV, 1, 1, 135. ring, Caes. III, 2, 162. road, H5 I, 2, 138. 1, 80. Cor. II, 2, 92. III, 1, 1. Caes. IV, 1, 42. cf. Cor. III, 1, 5. satisfaction, Err. IV, 1, 5. V, 399. H5 Head. With up: m. up no factious numbers for the IV, 8, 48. H6C V, 5, 14. Tit. V, 1, 8. scruple, H4B matter, H6B II, 1, 40. he -s up the file of all the 1, 2, 148. Troil. iv, 1, 56. Cymb. V, 5, 182. search, gentry, H8 I, 1, 75. the enemy by them shall m. a fuller 'Tp. II, 1, 323. Per. III Prol. 19. separation, Wint. I number up, Caes. IV, 3, 208.

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6) to make the fortune of, to enrich, to make B) absol. and intr. 1) to do, to be active, to ope-
happy: there would this monster m. a man, Tp. II, 2, rate: the less you meddle or m. with them, Ado III, 3,
31. and m. and mar the foolish Fates, Mids. I, 2, 39. 56. I'll not meddle nor m. no further, Troil. I, 1, 14.
there's enough to m. us all, H4A 11, 2, 60. it -s him I'll meddle nor m. no more in the matter, 85. to m.
and it mars him, Mcb. II, 3, 35. it - s us, or it mars against to be contrary to, to oppose: albeit con-
us, Oth. V, 1, 4 (cf. Mar. that either -s me or for- siderations infinite do m. against it, H4A V, 1, 103.
does me quite, Oth. V, 1, 129. Made fortunate, which -s much against my manhood, H5 III, 2,52. what
having one's fortune made: we had all been made may m. against the house of Lancaster, H6CII, 1,176.
men, Mids. IV, 2, 18. thinks himself made in the un- the time and place doth m. against me, Rom. V, 3,225
chaste composition, All's IV, 3, 21. go to, thou art | (speaks against me). With up: election- - 8 not up on such
made, Tw. II, 5, 168. you're a made old man, Wint. conditions, Lr. 1, 1,209 (does not come to a decision).
III, 3, 124. he's made for ever, Oth. 1, 2, 51.

2) Joined to adjectives, nearly = to be: to m.bold,
7) to amount to: this botile -s an angel, H4A Wiv. II, 2, 162. 262. Mids. III, 1, 187. H8 III, 2,
IV, 2, 6 (= costs). ten masts at each m. not the altitude, 318. Rom. III, 1, 81. Mcb. II, 3, 56. Hml. V, 2, 16.
Lr. IV, 6, 53.

Oth. III, 1, 35. Cymb. I, 6, 197. V, 5, 89 (cf. Bold).
8) to earn, to raise as a profit: of whom I hope she that dainty, she, I'll swear, hath corns, Rom.
to m. much benefit, Err. I, 2, 25. of which he made 1, 5, 21 (= plays the prude'. to m. merry, Shr. V, 1,
five marks, ready money, Meas. IV, 3, 7. whether that 23. HGB 1, 2, 85. he that stands upon a slippery place
thy youth and kind will the faithful offer take of me -s nice of no vile hold to stay him up, John III, 4,
and all that I can m. As IV, 3, 61.

138 (is not over - scrupulous in laying hold of etc.).
9) to represent; to consider as, to pretend to be: m. ready = m. yourself ready, Meas. III, 1, 172. Troil.
m. not impossible that which but seems unlike, Meas. IV, 4, 146. 'tis but wisdom to m. strong against him,
V, 51. m. it no wonder, Shr. III, 2, 193. what place H4A IV, 4, 39. that she m. friends to the strict deputy,
m. you special, when you put off that (the court) with Meas. I, 2, 185 (=gain the friendship of).
such contempt? All's II, 2, 5. m. this haste as your 3) to move, to go: Venus -s amain to him, Ven.
own good proceeding, II, 4, 50. I beseech your majesty 5. as the waves m. towards the pebbled shore, Sonn.
to m. it natural rebellion, done i' the blaze of youth, V, 60, 1. two ships ing amain to us, Err. I, 1, 93. m.
3, 5. m. me not sighted like the basilisk, Wint. 1, 2, for Sicilia, Wint. IV, 4, 554. R2 I, 4, 52. II, 1, 287.
388. were it worse than the name of rebellion can tell H6C II, 3, 56. IV, 5, 10. R3 IV, 4, 469. 529 (Qq
how to m. it, H4B 1, 2, 90. your virtue is to m. him made away, Ff made his course). H8 I, 4, 55. Tit.
worthy whose offence subdues him, Cor. I, 1, 179. V, 1, 25. Rom. I, 1, 131. Caes. III, 1, 18. V, 3, 29.

10) to prove to be, to turn out, to become, to be Lr. 1, 1, 145 (m. from the shaft). Oth. I, 1, 68. 1, 3,
(Germ. abgeben ): I myself could m. a chough of as 14. 222. V, 1, 58. Per. I, 4, 61. III, 1, 78. IV, 4, 3.
deep chat, Tp. II, 1, 265. an old cloak -8 a new V, 1, 19. With forth: the Dukes of Berry and of
jerkin, Wiv. 1, 3, 18. thou wouldst m. an absolute Bretagne shall m. forth, H5 II, 4, 5. m. forth: the
courtier, III, 3, 66. he'll m. a proper man, As III, 5, generals would have some words, Caes. V, 1, 25. With
115. a would have made a good pantler, H4B 11, 4, out: seven of my people m. out for him, Tw. II, 5, 65.
258. I should m. four dozen of such, V, 1, 70. a far With up: Philip, m. up; my mother is assailed, John
more glorious star thy soul will m. than Julius Caesar, III, 2, 5 (go to the place where my mother is). m. up,
HGA 1, 1, 55. he would have made a noble knight, Iv, lest your retirement do amaze your friends, H4A V, 4,
7, 44. thou wouldst m. a good fool, Lr. 1, 5, 41. Jove 5 (join our army). m. up to Clijton, 58.
knows what man thou mightst have made, Cymb. IV, 2, Make, subst. mate, companion, husband or wife:
207. to m. one = to be of the party: Wiv. II, 3, 48. else one self mate and m. could not beget such different
Shr. I, 2, 246. Tw. I, 5, 213. II, 5, 227. H4A I, 2, issues, Lr. iv, 3, 36 (reading of Q2; the other 0. Edd.
112. Caes. V, 5, 72 (cf. One). let the fool m. a third, mate and mate).
Tw. II, 3, 189. the devil m. a third, H6B III, 2, 303. Makeless, mateless, widowed: the world will wail
Evans says: I shall m. two, Wiv. III, 3, 250.

thee, like a m. wife, Sonn. 9, 4.
11) to have to do, to be about, to do: what they Make-peace, peacemaker: R2 1, 1, 160.
made there, I know not, Wiv. II, 1, 244. what m. you Maker, one who makes: we are the of man.
here? IV, 2, 55. As 1, 1, 31. II, 3, 4. what -s treason ners, H5 V, 2, 296. God, the best m. of marriages,
here? LLL IV, 3, 190. what as he here? As III, 2, 387. peace is a great m. of cuckolds, Cor. iv, 5, 244.
234. Oth. I, 2, 49. what doest thou m. here? R2 V, 3, = creator: man, the image of his M. H8 III, 2, 443.
89. what -st thou in my sight? R3 1, 3, 164. what praise my M. V, 5, 69.
-s he upon the sea? IV, 4, 474 (Qq doth). what made

Making, subst. (cf. Make, vb.) form, external
your master in this place? Rom. V, 3, 280. what m. appearance, show: stigmatical in m., worse in mind,
we abroad? Tim. III, 5, 46. what m. you from Witten- Err. IV, 2, 22. either I mistake your shape and m. quite,
berg? Hml. 1, 2, 164. what m. you at Elsinore, II, 2, Mids. II, 1, 32. when by the Archbishop of Canterbury
277. what m. you from home? Oth. III, 4, 169. = to she had all the royal -s of a queen, H8 IV, 1, 87
do, to operate: this late complaint will m. but litile for (ensigns of royalty).
his benefit, H6B 1, 3, 101. the policy of that purpose Malady, disease: Ven. 745. Sonn. 118, 3. 153,
made more in the marriage than the love of the parties, 8. Gent. II, 1, 42. LLL IV, 3, 295. Shr. Ind. 2, 124.
Ant. II, 6, 126. she can m., unmake, do what she list, All's II, 1, 9. 124. Wint. IV, 4, 124. H4B 1, 2, 139.
Oth. II, 3, 352. Used, like to do, to supply the place H5 V, 1, 87. HGA III, 3, 49. Tim. III, 6, 108. Mcb.
of another verb: if none appear to prove upon thy head IV, 3, 142. Lr. III, 4, 8.
thy heinous treasons, there is my pledge: I'll m. it Malapert, pert, forward, saucy: Tw. IV, 1, 47.
thy heart, Lr. V, 3, 93 (Qq prove).

HOC V, 5, 32. R3 I, 3, 255

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