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Malchus (O. Edd. Mauchus), king of Arabia: IV, 2, 48. Cor. I, 1, 91. III, 3, 55. Mcb. IV, 3, 59. Ant. III, 6, 72.

Hml. I, 1, 146. II, 2, 536. Lr. III, 5, 10. Oth. I, 1, 100. Malcolm, name in Mcb. I, 4, 38 etc.

2) full of hate: commander of this hot m. day, John Malcontent, see Malecontent.

II, 314. Male, adj. of the sex that begets, not bears young: Maliciously, 1) malignantly: Cor. I, 1, 35. Wiv. V, 5, 19 (quibbling. Err. 1, 1, 56. John III, 4, 2) like one full of hate, with the strength of hate: 79. H4B IV, 3, 100. H5 1, 2, 70. H8 II, 4, 189. 191. I will be treble-sinewed, hearted, breathed, and fight m. Troil. V, 1, 17. Cor. V, 4, 30.

Ant. III, 13, 179. Used of strong poison: a lingering Male, subst. 1) one of the male sex, one whose dram that should not work m. like poison, Wint. 1, 2, office is to beget young: the beasts are their ---s' | 321 (in an apparently pernicious manner). subjects, Err. II, 1, 19. you love the breeder better than Malign, vb. to regard with cnvy or malice: as the m. H6C II, 1, 42. compose nothing but —s, Mcb. you m. our senators, Cor. I, 1, 117. wayward fortune 1, 7, 74.

did m. my state, Per. V, 1, 90. 2) male parent, father: thy mother's son! like Malignancy, malevolence: the m. of my fate, Tw. enough, and thy father's shadow: so the son of the fe- II, 1, 4. male is the shadow of the m. H4B III, 2, 141. I, the Malignant, 1) full of malice: thou liest, m. thing, kapless m. to one sweet bird, H6C V, 6, 15.

Tp. I, 2, 257. a m. and a turbaned Turk, Oth. V, 2, Malecontent, adj. discontented, displeased : that| 353. you stand pensive, as half m. HGC IV, 1, 10. is it for 2) injurious, pernicious, hostile: unless the next a wise that thou art m.? 60.

word have some m. power upon my life, Gent. III, 1, Malecontent, subst. one who feels unhappy, be- 238. hearing your high majesty is touched with that m. cause he has not what he wishes: then, like a melan- cause, All's II, 1, 114 (= disease). O m. and ill-bocholy m., he vails his tail, Ven. 313. to wreathe your ding stars, H6A IV, 5, 6. cracked in pieces by m. armas like a m. Gent. II, 1, 20. thou art the Mars of death, R3 II, 2, 52. to your person his will is most m. -s, Wiv. I, 3, 113. Cupid, liege of all loiterers and H8 1, 2, 141. -S, LLL III, 185.

Malignantly, malevolently, maliciously: if he Malediction, evil speaking: menaces and -s should still m. remain fast foe to the plebeii, Cor. II, against king and nobles, Lr. 1, 2, 160.

3, 191. Malefaction, crime: Hml. II, 2, 621.

Malkin, a kitchen-wench: Cor. II, 1, 224. Per. Malefactor, a criminal: Meas. II, 1, 52. _Ado IV, 3, 34. 15, 2, 3. Ant. II, 5, 53. Not un tood by Elbow Mall, diminutive of Mary: Tp. II, 2, 50. are they and Dogberry.

like to take dust, like Mistress –'s picture? Tw. 1,3, Malevolence, ill will, enmity: the m. of fortune, 135 (commonly supposed to allude to one Mall CutDicb. III, 6, 28.

purse, but with little probability, as Mall Cutpurse Malevolent, ill disposed, hostile: m. to you in was born in 1589 and died in 1659. Perhaps Sir Toby all aspects, H4A I, 1, 97.

means only to say: like a picture intended for a Valice, 1)malignity, disposition to injure others: beauty, but in fact representing Mall the kitchenMeas. III, 2, 157. Merch. IV, 1, 214. As II, 3, 36. wench. In the poet's time it was the custom to hang All's III, 6, 9. Tw. I, 5, 196. V, 373. Wint. I, 1, 37. curtains before pictures). John IV, 1, 109. H4B I, 2, 195. H6A III, 1, 26. 75. Mallard, a drake: Ant. III, 10, 20. B 1, 3, 213. II, 1, 25. III, 1, 154. III, 2, 23. H8 1, 1, Malleable, capable of extension by the hammer: 105. II, 2, 69. III, 2, 237. 243. V, 1, 135. V, 2, 8. Per. IV, 6, 152. 1, 3, 44. 145. 152. Troil. V, 1, 64. Cor. 11, 1, 58. Mallecho (O. Edd. mallico and malicho), probably 11, 2, 36. Tit. V, 3, 13. Tim. I, 1, 47. Mcb. II, 3, from the Spanish malhecho, mischief: this is mich138. III, 2, 25. Lr. II, 2, 137 (with against). Oth. II, ing m.; it means mischief, Hml. III, 2, 146. 1, 148. V, 2, 343. Ant. I, 2, 112. Cymb. 1, 5, 35. Mallet, a wooden hammer: there's no more conIII, 5, 33. IV, 2, 324. Abstr. pro concr.: shruggest ceit in him than is in a m. H4B II, 4, 263 (or

malthou, m.? Tp. 1, 2, 367.

lard?). 2) hate, enmity, ill will: our cannons' m. John II, Mallows, the plant Malva: Tp. II, 1, 144. 251. your sharpest deeds of m. 380. combine the blood

Malmsey, a kind of sweet wine: LLL V, 2, 233. of m. in a vein of league, V, 2, 38. I have heard you Malmsey-butt, a large cask of malmsey: R3 I, preach that m. was a great and grievous sin, H6A III, 4, 161. 277. 1, 128 (i. e. hatred). I never sought their m. H8 V, 2, Malmsey-nose, red-nosed: m. knave, H4B II, 15. translate his m. towards you into love, Cor. 11, 3, 1, 42. 197. to affect the m. and displeasure of the people, Malt, grain prepared for brewing: Lr. III, 2, 82. II, 2, 24. Merch. IV, 1, 18. As 1, 2, 294. R2 1, 1, 9. Malt-horse, a brewer's horse; used as a term of 14. 155. H6A IV, 1, 108. HOC IV, 3, 46. IV, 6, 28. contempt: Err. III, 1, 32. Shr. IV, 1, 132. R3 1, 3, 29. II, 2, 125. H8 II, 1, 62. 80. 157. III, 2, Malt-worm, a tippler of ale: H4A II, 1, 83. 268. Cor. II, 1, 214. IV, 5, 78. 102. IV, 6, 41. Caes. H4B II, 4, 361. III, 1, 174. Mcb. III, 2, 14. Oth. II, 3, 275. V, 1, 102. Malvolio, name in Tw. I, 5, 79 etc. With of, to indicate the object of hate: 'tis in the m. Mamillius, name in Wint. I, 1,38. I, 2, 119. 211 of mankind that he thus advises us, Tim. IV, 3, 456. Mammering, hesitating, Oth. III, 3, 70 (Q1 mutWith towards: the m. towards you (is) to forgive you, tering). Cymb. V, 5, 419.

Mammet, a doll, a puppet: this is no world to Malicious, 1) malignant, malevolent, prone to play with —s, H4A 11, 3, 95. a whining m. Rom. III, do mischief: H6A IV, 1, 7. H8 I, 2, 78. II, 4, 83. 15, 186

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Mammock, to tear in pieces: how he —ed it, man, just the man wanted: Ovidius Naso was the m. Cor. 1, 3, 71.

LLL IV, 2, 127. here comes the m. Merch. II, 2, 119. Man, name of an island in the Irish sea: HCB am I the m. yet? As III, 3, 3. soft, soft, unless the master II, 3, 13. II, 4, 78. 94.

were the m. Tw.1, 5,313. I am the m. II, 2, 26. I will be Man, subst. (plur. men), 1) a human being: this point-devise the very m. II, 5, 177. Harry the Fifth's is the third m. thai e'er I saw, Tp. 1, 2, 445. a m. or the m. H4B V, 3, 122. this is not the m. V, 5, 149. a fish? II, 2, 25. 35. II, 1, 154. III, 1, 51. H5 IV, 1, you'll be the m. Rom. I, 5, 83. 'tis the m. Ant. I, 5, 106 etc. etc. wilt thou be made a m. out of my vice? 54. cf. here comes my m. Rom. III, 1, 59. I was never Meas. III, 1, 138 (= wilt thou live etc.); cf. am I mine own m. since, HGB IV, 2, 91 (= I was not what dead? do I not breathe a m.? HCC III, 1, 82; since I I used to be). cf. when no m. was his own, Tp. V, 213 was m. Lr. III, 2, 45 (since my birth). The article in his senses). omitted, to denote the whole human race: beyond –'s Often joined, in 0. Edd., by a hyphen to preceding life, Tp. II, 1, 247. where m. doth not inhabit, III, 3, monosyll. adjectives, or spelt as a compound, while 57. Wiv. 1, 1, 21. Meas. II, 2, 50. 79. Mids. IV, 1, M.Edd. prefer writing them in two words. Very often, 211. Wint. IV, 4, 829. 830. H4B IV, 3, 118. Tim. too, the adjective is accentuated, so that in many such IV, 3, 194. 197 (more m.? plague, plague!). Lr. III, expressions a similar difference is discernible as 1, 10. Per. II Prol. 35. Plur.: men hang and drown between madman, freshman, nobleman and mad man, their proper selves, Tp. III, 3, 59. V, 242. H6B III, 1, fresh man, noble man. Cf. blind-man, H6A II, 4, 24. 301 etc. a m. = any person, one: misery acquaints H6B II, 1, 63. deadman, Err. V, 241. Wint. II, 1, a m. with strange bedjellows, Tp. II, 2, 41. to sing at 150. R2 IV, 144. H5 II, 4, 107. H6B IV, 1, 6. V, 2, a --'8 funeral, 46. as a nose on a –'s face, Gent. 4. R3 I, 4, 29. Tit. 11, 3, 229. Rom. IV, 1, 82. 85. II, 1, 142. II, 5, 5. III, 1, 311. V, 4, 1. Wiv. II, 1, V, 1, 7. V, 2, 30. Mcb. IV, 3, 170 etc. dumb men, Cor. 193. III, 2, 37. Ado II, 3, 247. H4B IV, 3, 95 etc. II, 1, 278. good m. LLL I, 1, 310, As II, 7, 115. 122. nol a m. of them = none of them: LLL V, 2, 128. R2 I, 1, 114. H5 IV, 3, 56. R3 II, 1, 61. H8 HI, 1, H4B Ind. 38. R3 II, 1, 119. every m. = everybody: 22. 64. Tit. IV, 1, 123. Oth. V, 1, 99 etc. (cf. GoodAdo III, 2, 110. LLL I, 1, 152. Mids. 1, 2, 4. iv, 2, man). great m. Meas. II, 2, 110; cf. 128. HCB III, 1, 38 etc. every m. of them, H4A II, 4, 197. no m. = no- 19. H8 II, 1, 67. III, 2, 375. Hml. III, 2, 214. mean body: Tp. V, 213. 257. Gent. II, 1, 65. Wiv. V, 5, m. R2 1, 2, 33. old m. Err. I, 1, 97. John II, 570. 52. Tw. II, 5, 110 etc.

H6B V, 2, 51. HOC V, 6, 39. H8 IV, 2, 21. Rom. II, 2) a male of the human race: more widows than 3, 35. Caes. I, 3, 65. Lr. II, 1, 101. II, 4, 291. 298. we bring men to comfort them, Tp. II, 1, 134. kept from Oth. 1, 3, 78. Cymb. V, 3, 52. 57.85. Per. Prol. 13. resort of men, Gent. III, 1, 108. 109. ihe putting down plain m. R3 1, 3, 51. poor m. John IV, 1, 50. H6B IV, of men, Wiv. II, 1, 30. it is a - 's voice, Meas. I, 4, 7, 93. Caes. I, 1, 62. Lr. IV, 6, 29. prime m. H8 III, 7. Tp. 1, 2, 109. 214. 488. II, 2, 32 (cf. Make). III, 2, 162. proud m. Troil. III, 3, 49. rich m. Tim. 1, 2, 2, 114. Wiv. II, 1, 83. III, 3, 78. Meas. II, 1, 176. 72. rude m. John I, 1, 64. sick m. R2 II, 1, 84. Cor. III, 2, 112. Err. II, 1, 7. Mids. I, 1, 66. Tw. III, 4, 1, 1, 182. Caes. II, 1, 310. 327. tame n. Mids. III, 2, 333 etc. etc. Without the article, in a general sense: 259. true m. LLL IV, 3, 187. R2 V, 3, 73. HOC I, were m. but constant, he were perfect, Gent. V, 4, 110. 4, 64. Cymb. II, 3, 76. wise m. Tw. II, 3, 45. III, 1, she could not love me, were m. as rare as phoenix, As 73. 75. R2 1, 3, 276. V, 5, 63. H6C III, 1, 25. Rom. IV, 3, 17. m. is enemy to virginity, All's I, 1, 123. 111, 3, 62. Lr. I, 4, 182. young m. Mids. I, 1, 6. Shr. Tw. II, 2, 37. Lr. III, 4, 84. Oth. IV, 1, 111, Cymb. 11, 393. John 11, 570. Troil. V, 2, 165. Tit. 1, 484. 1, 6, 69 etc. m. by m. Mids. 1, 2, 3. H4A III, 3, 65. 3) a servant: one of my husband's men, Lucr. 1291. to the last m. HAB IV, 2, 44. man at arms and man now they are my men, Tp. II, 1, 274. get a new m. of arms = knight, warrior: LLL IV, 3, 290. H4B II, 2, 189. Gent. IV, 2, 75. Wiv. I, 1, 114. 136. 281. i1, 2, 82. HOC V, 4, 42. H6A 1, 4, 30. m. of war = II, 1, 182. Meas. IV, 2, 103. Err. II, 1, 43. II, 2, 207. warrior, soldier: three thousand men of war, R2 11, III, 2, 74. IV, 4, 8. Ado III, 2, 45. Merch. II, 2, 94. 1, 286. with his men of war, II, 3, 52. doth the m. of V, 183. Shr. Ind. 2, 107. John III, 3, 72. H5 III, 2, war stay all night? H4B V, 1, 31. the nine men's mor- 32. R3 I, 1, 80. H8 IV, 2, 148. Rom. II, 4, 3. 200. ris, Mids. II, 1, 98 (cf. Morris). Used as a familiar III, 1, 59. Lr. II, 4, 201 etc. compellation: no marrying? None, m. Tp. II, 1, 166. 4) a m. of war = a ship of war: Tit. IV, 3, 22. II, 2, 133. 137. Gent. II, 3, 38. II, 4, 168. IV, 2, 55. Man, vb. 1) to furnish with men, to line, to Meas. 1, 2, 97. Err. IV, 2, 41. LLL I, 2, 139. Merch. guard: the castle, -ed with three hundred

R2 II, 1, 3, 157. 11, 8, 1. II6B 1, 2, 85. Tit. II, 1, 85. Rom. 3, 54. the castle royally is -ed, 111, 3, 21. see how the 1, 5, 36. Caes. I, 2, 135 etc. Used with some latitude; surly Warwick the wall, H6C V, 1, 17. your ships applied to boys: bring my young m. here to school, are not well --ed, Ant. III, 7, 35. with the rest fullWiv. IV, 1, 8. go play, Mamillius, thou art an honest manned, 52. to m. his galleys, IV, 11, 3. m. Wint. I, 2, 211. to God: God's a good m. Ado III, 2) to accustom to man, to tame: 10 m. my hag5, 10 (Dogberry's speech), to the devil: no m. means gard, to make her come and know her keeper's call, evil but the devil

, Wiv. V, 2, 15. to flies: they are free Shr. IV, 1, 196. cf. Unmanned. men, Rom. MI, 3, 42. Emphatically: play the men, Tp. 3) to furnish with a servant: I was never -ed I, 1, 11. NGA I, 6, 16. to trial of a m. Ado V, 1, 66. with an agate, H4B 1, 2, 18. I were —ed, horsed and LLL V, 2, 697. H5 III, 2, 33. Mcb. 1, 7, 46. 49. 51. wived, 60 Caes. I, 2, 153. 155. 157. Hml. 1, 2, 187. III, 4, 62. 4) Vory singular use: m. but a rush against OLr. 11, ?, 127. 11, 4, 42 ete. my man of men, Ant. I, thello's breast, and he retires, Oth. V, 2, 270 (John5, 72. Opposed to a boy: Compl. 92. Wiv. III, 2, 6. son: tn point, to aim. Perhaps manage). Tw. 1, 5, 163, 169. V, 402 etc. the m. = the right Monacle, subst. chain for the hands, shackles:

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it is a m. of love, Cymb. I, 1, 122. Plur. -5= chains : Mane, the hair growing on the necks of horses Meas. II, 4, 93. Cor. I, 9, 57. V, 3, 115. Cymb. V, and lions: Ven. 271. 298. Troil. III, 3, 224. Rom. 4, 199.

1, 4, 89. Used of the foaming crest of waves: Oth. Manacle, vb. to chain, to fetter: I'll m. thy neck II, 1, 13. In All's IV, 5, 41 0. Edd. main, M. Edd. and feet together, Tp. 1, 2, 461. m. the bear-herd in name. their chains, H6B V, 1, 149.

Man-entered, initiated in, introduced into manManage, subst. 1) training, government of a hood: his pupil-age m. thus, Cor. II, 2, 103. horse: or he (became) his m. by the well doing steed, Manfully, bravely: Gent. IV, 1, 28. Tit. I, 196. Compl. 112. they (his horses) are taught their m. As Mangle, vb. to cut into pieces, to mutilate; 1, 1, 13. wanting the m. of unruly jades, R2 III, 3, absol.: her sight dazzling makes the wound seem three, 179. speak terms of m. to thy bounding steed, H4A II, and then she reprehends her -ing eye, Ver. 1065. 3, 52. spur them, till they obey the m. H8 V, 3, 24. trans.: As II, 7, 42. H4A V, 4, 96. #5 II, 4, 60. IV, she's not paced yet: you must take some pains to work 4, 41. HOC V, 2, 7. Troil. V, 5, 33. Tit. III, 1, 256. her to your m. Per. IV, 6, 69. By conjecture in LLL Rom. IV, 3, 52. Oth. V, 1, 79. Ant. IV, 2, 27. MetaV, 2, 482: merrily hath this brave m., this career, been phorically, = to take from, to impair, to reduce to run (Qi nuage, Q2 Ff manager).

nothing: the naked, poor and -d peace, H5 V, 2, 34. 2) administration, conduct: and to him put the m. -ing by starts the full course of their glory, Epil. 4. of my state, Tp. 1, 2, 70. the husbandry and m. of my your dishonour -s true judgment, Cor. III, 1, 158. house, Merch. III, 4, 25. their negotiations all must what tongue shall smooth thy name, when I have -d slack, wanting his m. Troil. III, 3, 25.

it? Rom. III, 2, 99. to m. me with that word "bana 3) proceeding, taking of measures, contriving of ished', III, 3, 51. take up this --d matter at the best, means: which now the m. of two kingdoms must with Oth. I, 3, 173. our laws, whose use the sword of Caefearful bloody issue arbitrate, John 1, 37. for the re- sar hath too oft -d, Cymb. III, 1, 57. bels which stand out in Ireland expedient m. must be Mangy, scabby: a m. dog, Tim. IV, 3, 371. made, R2 I, 4, 39.

Manhood, 1) virility, opposed to womanhood: 4) the bringing about, setting on foot: I can dis- fit you to your m. Cymb. III, 4, 195. cover all the unlucky m. of this brawl, Rom. III, 1, 148. 2) virility, opposed to boyhood: thy prime of m.

Manage, vb. i) to handle, to wield: m. it (the daring, R3 IV, 4, 170. many unrough youths that even staff of hope) against despairing thoughts, Gent. III, now protest their first of m. Mcb. V, 2, 11. 1, 247. m. rusty bills against thy seat, R2 III, 2, 118. 3) qualities becoming a man, bravery, fortitude, m. me your caliver, H4B III, 2, 292. 301. m. it (your honour: Ado 1, 321. Mids. III, 2, 412. Tw. III, sword) to part these men, Rom. 1, 1, 76. that still 4, 198. H4A 1, 2, 155. II, 4, 141. 142. H5 II, 1, 103. would m. those authorities, Lr. 1, 3, 17.

III, 2, 53. IV, 3, 66. HGB V, 2, 75. H6C II, 2, 108. 2) to train, to break in (as a horse): he will not 125. IV, 2, 20. Troil. I, 2, 276. I1, 2, 47. Cor. III, m. her, although he mount her, Ven. 598.

1, 246. Tim. IV, 3, 14. Mcb. II, 1, 103. Lr. I, 4, 3) to administer, to control, to govern: whose 319. IV, 2, 68. Oth. III, 3, 153. Ant. III, 10, 23. state so many had the -ing, H5 Epil. 11. the son Cymb. V, 2, 2. Mrs. Quickly and Fluellen agree in (should) m. his revenue, Lr. 1, 2, 79. Photinus and saying saving your m. for saving your honour, or your your maids m. this war, Ant. III, 7, 16.

reverence: H4B II, 1, 29. H5 IV, 8, 36. 4) to handle, to treat with caution and address : Manifest, adj. 1) obvious, evident, not doubtful: shame hath a bastard fame, well —d, Err. III, 2, 19. Meas. IV, 2, 145. Merch. IV, 1, 358. H6A 1, 3, 33. in the -ing of quarrels he is wise, Ado II, 3, 197. 111, 1, 21. Cor. III, 1, 172. Lr. V, 3, 92. Shr. Ind. 1, 45. Wint. IV, 2, 17. H4A 1, 2, 181. HOA 2) plain, open, notorious, public: to retort your IV, 1, 181.

m. appeal, Meas. V, 303. his reading and m. experi5) to bring about, to set on foot, to contrive: to ence, All's I, 3, 229. make't m. where she has lived, m. private and domestic quarrel, Oth. II, 3, 215. Wint. V, 3, 114. you are m. house-keepers, Cor.1,3,54.

Manager, 1) one who wields: rust, rapier! be Manifest, vb. to make appear, to show plainly, to still, drum! for your m. is in love, LLL I, 2, 188. reveal: Wiv. IV, 6, 15. Meas. IV, 3, 94. V, 417. Ado

2) one who sets on foot, a contriver: where is our | 111, 2, 100. Tw. II, 5, 181 (she - herself to my love). usual m. of mirth? Mids. V,

H4B IV, 5, 105. Cor. II, 2, 14. Oth. 1, 2, 32 (my Manakin, little man; term of contempt: this is parts, my title and my perfect soul shall m. me rightly). a dear m. to you, Tw. III, 2, 57.

Partic. —ed adjectively: to make you understand this Man-child, male child, boy: Cor. 1, 3, 18. men- in a -ed effect, Meas. IV, 2, 169, i. e. so as to make children: Mcb. 1, 7, 72.

the matter manifest, as to leave no doubt. Mandate, order, authoritative command: Hml. Manifold, multifarious: Compl. 216. Tp. 1, 2, III, 4, 204. Oth. I, 3, 72. IV, 1, 270. Ant. I, 1, 22. 264. H4A IV, 3, 47. Tim. 1, 1, 5. Lr. II, 1, 49. the

Mandragora, mandrake; a soporific: Oth. III, m. linguist, All's IV, 3, 265 (i. e. knowing many lan3, 330. Ant. I, 5, 4.

guages). a m. traitor, Lr. V, 3, 114. Mandrake, the plant Atropa mandragora, the Manifoldly, in many ways: All's II, 3, 214. root of which was thought to resemble the human Manikin, see Manakin. figure, and to cause madness and even death, when Mankind (accented mostly on the last syll. in torn from the ground: thou whoreson m., thou art fitter Tim., on the first in the other plays) 1) the human to be worn in my cap, H4B 1, 2, 17. the whores called race: how beauteous m. is! Tp. v, 183. Tw. III, 4, him m. III, 2, 339. would curses kill, as doth the —'s 108. Troil. II, 3, 30. Tim. III, 4, 84. IV, 1, 36. 40. groan, H6B III, 2, 310. shrieks like “s' torn out of | IV, 3, 23. 42. 53. 456. 506. Mcb. II, 4, 18. Ant. IV, the earth, Rom. IV, 3, 47.

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2) the males of the human race: 80 rails against tesy gives undeserving praise, V, 2, 365. I am yet se all married m. Wiv. IV, 2, 23. should all despair that near the of my mother, Tw. II, 1, 41. our country have revolted wives, the tenth of m. would hang them- - s give our betters way, John I, 156. whose selves, Wint. I, 2, 199. what kind o' man is he? why, apish nation limps after, R2 II, 1, 22. these external of m. Tw. 1, 5, 160. thou art a woman, and disclaimest of laments, iv, 296. your m. of wrenching, H4B finty m. Tim. IV, 3, 491. Adjectively, masculine: 11, 1, 120. we are the makers of —s, H5 V, 2, 296. a m. witch, Wint. II, 3, 67. are you m.? Cor. IV, 2, showing, as the m. is, his wounds to the people, Cor. II, 16 (quibbling).

1, 251. as the m. of our country is, Rom. IV, 1, 109. Man- like, manly: not more m. than Cleopatra, I am native here and to the m. born, Hml. I, 4, 15. Ant. I, 4, 5.

4) kind, sort: and words express the m. of my Manly, adj. 1) becoming a man, brave, full of pity-wanting pain, Sonn. 140, 4. the grosser m. of fortitude, vigorous: Lucr. 109. 1486. 1777. Ado V, these world's delights he throws upon

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world's 2, 15. Mids. III, 2, 157. Merch. II, 3, 14. All's II, 3, baser slaves, LLL I, 1, 29. the m. and the purpose of 298. John V, 2, 49. H5 II, 3, 3. III, 2, 24. H6B IV, his treason, R3 III, 5, 58. beyond all m. of so much I 8, 53. V, 2, 63. H6C II, 2, 40. R3 I, 2, 165. Troil. love you, Lr. I, 1, 62 (i. e. beyond any 'so much', any IV, 5, 104. Rom. III, 2, 53. Mcb. II, 3, 139. Cymb. comparison, of whatever kind it may be). all m. of IV, 2, 397. Per. III, 1, 22.

men assembled here, H6A 1, 3, 74. that no m. of per2, pertaining to a man, not like a woman or boy: sons have recourse unto the princes, R3 III, 5, 108 (Ff turn two mincing steps into a m. stride, Merch. III, 4, no m. person). what m. of man? As III, 2, 216. Tw. 68. his big m. voice, As II, 7, 161.

1, 5, 161. III, 4, 288. Wint. IV, 3, 89. H4A II, 4, Manly, adv. in the manner of a man, courageous- 323. 462. HS V, 1, 118. what m. o' thing is your croly: this tune goes m. Mcb. IV, 3, 235.

codile? Ant. II, 7, 46. Evans: Mistress Quickly, which Man-monster, servant-monster, a monster in a is in the m. of his nurse, Wiv. 1, 2, 3. person's service: Tp. III, 2, 14.

5) to be taken with the m. (apparently from another Manna, the food of the famished Israelites in the root), a law-term, = to be taken in the fact: LLL Arabian desert: you drop m. in the way of starved 1, 1, 205. H4A II, 4, 347. if you had not taken yourpeople, Merch. V, 294.

self with the m. Wint. IV, 4, 752. Manner, 1) form of executing and performing, 6) Plur. -s = a) behaviour, carriage, bearing: way, mode: mark the m. of his teaching, Shr. IV, 2, their -s are more gentle - kind, Tp. III, 3, 32. frame 5. the m. of his gait, Tw. II, 3, 170. Troil. IV, 5, 14. your -s to the time, Shr. I, 1, 232. I advise you use the m. of your bearing, Wint. IV, 4, 569. the pretty your -s discreetly in all kind of companies, 247. that and sweet m. of it, H5 IV, 6, 28. the m. of his speech, changeth thus his —s, Wint. 1, 2, 375. what foolish Ant. II, 2, 114 (opposed to matter). sets down the m. master taught you these —S? H4B II, 1, 203. thou dost how, Tw. III, 4, 80. the m. how he found it, Wint. V, affect my —s, Tim. IV, 3, 199. their -s are so apish, 2, 4. the m. how she came to it, 92. unless I be ob- Lr. I, 4, 184. infected with their -s, 264. these bloody tained by the m. of my father's will, Merch. I, 2, 118 accidents must excuse my --s, Oth. V, 1, 94. b) rules (i. e. in the way prescribed by the testament of my of good breeding and decency: beshrew my

-s and father). she is dead, and by strange m. Caes. IV, 3, my pride, Mids. II, 2, 54. we stand upon our —S, 189. in this m. Wiv. II, 1, 25. in a most hideous and Wint. IV, 4, 164. our griefs, and not our —s, reason dreadful m. IV, 4, 34. in most uneven m. Meas. IV, 4, now, John IV, 3, 29. whom our -s term the prince, 3. V, 196. Ado IV, 2, 64. 65. LLL I, 1, 206. 207. R3 III, 7, 191. my

-s tell me we have your wrong 211 (in m. and form following). Mids. II, 2, 130. As rebuke, Oth. I, 1, 130. I extend my -s, II, 1, 99. you III, 2, 427. Tw. III, 4, 9. Wint. V, 2, 49. HOC III, 3, put me to forget a lady's -s, Cymb. 11, 3, 110. good 178. H8 I, 2, 35. II, 4, 144. Troil. V, 7, 6. Cor. II, good breeding, civility, decency: As II, 7, 92. 3, 66. Tim. III, 6, 15. Lr. I, 4, 59. Per. I, 1, 147. 111, 2, 42. 43. 47. V, 4, 95. H4A III, 1, 190. H8 V, In a m. and in m. = almost: it is in a m. done al- 2, 29. Rom. 1, 5, 4. -5, alone, in the same sense: ready, John V, 7, 89. you have in m. with your sin- a million of —s, Gent. II, 1, 105. against all checks, ful hours made a divorce betwixt his queen and hin, rebukes and --S, Wiv. III, 4, 84. if you have any pity, R2 III, 1, 11.

grace, or —s, Mids. III, 2, 241. I lack

---S, As IV, 3, 2) course, process: I'll show you the m. of it, Gent. 15. if God have lent a man any —s, he may easily put II, 3, 15. the cunning m. of our flight, II, 4, 180. the it off at court, All's II, 2, 9. V, 1, 15. Tw. II, 3, 94. m. of it is, I was taken with the m. LLL I, 1, 204: IV, 1, 53. Wint. IV, 4, 244. H4A III, 1, 184. H6A tell us the m. of the wrestling, As 1, 2, 118. the m. of 1, 2, 54. H8 III, 2, 308. V, 1, 161. Tit. II, 1, 27. their taking, R2 V, 6, 9. the m. how this action hath Rom. V, 3, 214. Tim. II, 2, 147. IV, 1, 18. Hml. V, been borne, H4B IV, 4, 88. the m. and true order of 2, 17. Lr. IV, 6, 264. V, 3, 234. Treated as a sing.: the fight, 100. the treacherous m. of his death, H6A All's II, 2, 9. Wint. IV, 4, 244. Rom. V, 3, 214. Lr. II, 2, 16. in writing I preferred the m. of thy vile out V, 3, 234. as a plur.: Tw. IV, 1, 53. R3 III, 7, 191. rageous crimes, III, 1, 11. tell us the m. of it, Caes. I, in “S, and with —s, = decently: my tongue-tied 2, 234, 236. to relate the m. were to add the death of Muse in -s holds her still, Sonn. 85, 1. it charges you, Mcb. IV, 3, 205. he has done all this .... here's me in --s to express myself, Tw. II, 1, 15. how thy the m. of it, Ant. III, 6, 2. the m. of their deaths, v, worth with -s may I sing, Sonn. 39, 1. can we with

-8 ask what was the difference? Cymb. I, 4, 56. I 3) custom, habit, fashicn: it was ever his m. to do was thinking with what -s I might safely be admitted,

Meas. IV, 2, 138. I'll view the -s of the town, Err. All's IV, 5, 93 (= how I might decently be admitted). 1, 2, 12. it is the m. of a man to speak to a woman, c) cast of mind, morals, character: their face their LLL I, 1, 212. my lady, to the m. of the days, in cour- -8 most expressly told, Lucr. 1397. public means

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which public -s breeds, Sonn. 111, 4. as dispropor- Mantua, town in Italy: Gent. IV, 1, 50. IV, 3, tioned in his —s as in his shape, Tp. V, 290. though 23. V, 2, 47. Shr. 11, 60. IV, 2, 77. 81. Rom. 1, 3, I am a daughter to his blood, I am not to his —-s, 28. III, 3, 149. 169. III, 5, 15. 89. IV, 1, 117. 124. Merch. II, 3, 19. a like proportion of lineaments, of V, 1, 51. 66. V, 2, 3. 12. 28. V, 3, 273. -s and of spirit, III, 4, 15. neither his daughter, if

Mantuan, a native of Mantua: LLL IV, 2, 97 we judge by -s, As 1, 2, 283. III, 2, 43. All's I, 1, 101 (the poet Baptista Spagnolus Mantuanus). 71. John ll, 127. H4B IV, 4, 64. 123. H5 1, 2, 49. Manual seal, signet: set thy seal manual on my H6B V, 1, 158. R3 IV, 4, 206. H8 IV, 2, 45. Tim. IV, wax-red lips, Ven. 516. my gage, the manual seal of 1, 25. Hml. I, 4, 30. Oth. II, 1, 232.

death, R2 IV, 25. Mannered, minded, affected, disposed: he is Manure, vb. 1) to cultivate, to till: to have it one the truest m. Cymb. 1, 6, 166. to give her princely sterile with idleness, or —d with industry, Oth. I, 3, training, that she may be m.as she is born, Per. 111, 3, 17. 328.

Mannerly, adj. decent; civil: let me have what 2) to fatten with composts, to dung: the blood of thou thinkest meet and is most mannerly, Gent. II, 7, English shall m. the ground, R2 iv, 137. the cold 58. m. distinguishment betwirt the prince and beggar, blood .... he hath, like lean, sterile and bare land, -d, Wint. II, 1, 86. here is a m. forbearance, H6A TÍ, 4, husbanded and tilled with excellent endeavour of drink19. which m. devotion shows in this, Rom. I, 5, 100. ing fertile sherris, H4B IV, 3, 129.

Mannerly, adv. decently; civilly: the wedding Many, subst. multitude: O thou fond m., with Th. modest, Ado II, 1, 79. Cupid's post that comes so what loud applause didst thou beat heaven, H4B 1,3,91. m. Merch. II, 9, 100. we'll m. demand thee of thy story, Many, adj. 1) sing., used with the indef. art. beCymb. III, 6, 92.

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= more than one, not few, more than one Manningtree, place in Essex, famous for its would suppose: I sigh the lack of m. a thing I sought, pastures and the size of its oxen: that roasted M. ox Sonn. 30, 3. the expense of m. a vanished sight, 8. with the pudding in his belly, H4A II, 4, 498. how m. a holy and obsequious tear hath dear religious

Mannish, 1) male: we'll have a swashing and a love stolen from mine eye, 31, 5. the injury of m. a martial outside, as many other m. cowards have that blasting hour, Compl. 72. Err. 1, 2, 17. 11, 2, 83. LLL do outface it with their semblances, As 1, 3, 123. 2) 1, 1, 173. Merch. II, 7, 67. III, 1, 6. IV, 1, 221. As pertaining to the age of manhood: though now our 11, 7, 130. III, 3, 53. 54. IV, 1, 101. Wint. I, 2, 192. voices have got the m. crack, Cymb. iv, 2, 236. 3) John 11, 303. iv, 1, 50. H4B II, 3, 13. IV, 5, 25. masculine, bold in an unbecoming manner: a woman HWA V, 4, 19. H6B III, 1, 115. HOC I, 2, 74. IV, 4, impudent and m. grown, Troil. III, 3, 217.

21. Cymb. V, 5, 71. Per. Prol. 39 etc. etc. of folded Man-of-war, see Man.

schedules had she m. a one, Compl. 43. though in this Manor, estate, land belonging to a nobleman: city he hath widowed and unchilded m. a one, Cor. V, Wiv. II, 2, 19. All's III, 2, 10. R2 IV, 212. H6C V, 6, 153. these talents of their hair I have received from 2, 24. H8 1, 1, 84.

m. a several fair, Compl. 206. m. a thousand grains, Manor-house, house belonging to a manor: Meas. III, 1, 20. HOC V, 6, 37. m. a time, R2 IV, 92. LLL I, 1, 208.

Tit. V, 3, 162. m. a time and oft, Merch. I, 3, 107. Man-queller, a slayer of men, murderer: H4B H4A 1, 2, 56. Caes. I, 1, 42. (Simpcox's wife says m. II, 1, 58.

time and oft, H6B 11, 1, 93). m. a time and often, Tim. Mansion, a lord's house: Lucr. 1171. Sonn. 95, III, 1, 25. how does your honour for this m. a day? 9. 146, 6. Compl. 138. Gent. V, 4, 8. Merch. III, 2, Hml. III, 1, 91 (=the long time that I have not seen 170. H4B III, 2, 351. Rom. III, 2, 26. III, 3, 108. you). I think your highness saw this m. a day, H8 V, Tim. IV, 3, 191. V, 1, 218. Mcb. IV, 2, 7. Cymb. III, 2, 21 (i. e. it is a long time since you saw this). Re4, 70. V, 4, 87. V, 5, 155.

duplicated: m. a m. foot of land the worse, John I, Mansionry, abode in a place: the marilet does 183; cf. Hml. III, 3, 9. Preceded by full: full m. a approve, by his loved m., that the heaven's breath smells glorious morning have I seen, Sonn. 33, 1. Tp. III, 1, wooingly here, Mcb. I, 6, 5 (O. Edd. mansonry, some 39. Mids. III, 1, 135. Many and a separated by the M. Edd. masonry).

verse: Wint. V, 3, 140. H8 II, 4, 49. Manslaughter, unlawful killing of a man: Tim. 2) plur. a great number of: burn in m. places, Tp. III, 5, 27.

1, 2, 199. II, 1, 60. NII, 3, 34. V, 182. Gent. I, 2, 21. Mantle, subst. 1) cloak: Lucr. 170. Pilgr. 79. 11, 7, 31. III, 1, 236 etc. etc. Saxon Genitive: in —'s Mids. V, 143. 146. 287. Wint. V, 2, 36. Caes. III, 2, looks the false heart's history is writ, Sonn. 93, 7. 174. 191. Ant. II, 5, 22. Cymb. V, 5, 361. Used of Seemingly for much: one is one too m. Err. III, 1, 35. the darkness of night: H6A 1, 2, 2. H6C IV, 2, 22. being one too m. by my weary self, Rom. 1, 1, 135 (not Rom. III, 2, 15. of the twilight of morning: the morn, in Globe Ed., which here follows the spurious Q2). in russet m. clad, Hml. I, 1, 166.

cf. how m. is one thrice told? LLL 1, 2, 41. In the 2) that which gathers on the surface of a pool: predicate: your helps are m. Cor. II, 1, 39. Various the green m. of the standing pool, Lr. III, 4, 139. use of so m.: this is a sleep that from this golden rigol

Mantle, vb. 1) trans. to cloak, to cover: the hath divorced so m. English kings, H4B IV, 5, 37 (= ignorant fumes that m. their clearer reason, Tp. V, 67. many an English king; German: so manchen Koenig). if you come not in the blood of others, but —d in your they flock together like so m. wild-geese, H4B V, 1, 79 own, Cor. I, 6, 29. Applied to the filthy covering of (= as if they were wild geese). fathers that, like so a pool: I left them in the filthy - d pool, Tp. IV, 182. m. Alexanders, have fought, 15 111, 1, 19. those few

2) intr. to gather a covering on the surface: whose almost no better than 80 m. French, 111, 6, 156. he that visages do cream and m. like a standing pool, Merch. cuts of twenty years of life culs of so m. years of fear1, 1, 89.

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