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M, the thirteenth letter of the alphabet: Tw. II, 1 m. Sonn. 140, 9. to go m. Troil. IV, 2, 78. Lr. II, 4, 5, 118. 121. 132. 136. 141. 151.

289. Oth. IV, 1, 101. to run m. Lucr. 997. Ado I, 1, Mab, the queen of the fairies: Rom. I, 4, 53. 88. 93. Tw. II, 5, 212. Wint. III, 2, 184. H4A III, 75. 88.*

1, 145. 212. H8 II, 2, 130. Troil. V, 1, 54. Tit. IV, Macbeth, name in Mcb. passim. Rhyming to 1, 21. Rom. II, 4, 5. IV, 3, 48. IV, 5, 76. Oth. III, 3, heath: 1, 1, 7. to death: 1, 2, 65. III, 5, 4. to breath: 317. to wax m. Tit. III, 1, 223. IV, 1, 98.

2) beside one's self, having lost all self-command: Maccabaeus; Judas M., the leader of the Jews at his own shadow let the thief run m. Lucr. 997. someagainst Antiochus of Syria; one of the Nine Worthies : time her grief is dumb sometime 'tis mad and too LLL V, 1, 134. V, 2, 540. 602. 634.

much talk affords, 1106. m. that sorrow should his use Macdónwald (the later Ff Macdonnell, name in control, 1781. the fools are m., if left alone, Gent. III, Mcb. I, 2, 9.

1, 99. Lucr. 1108. Wiv. I, 4, 69. III, 5, 154. IV, 1, Macduff (cf. Duf), name in Mcb. II, 4, 20 etc. 4. Mids. III, 2, 441. Merch. IV, 1, 48. V, 176. H4A

Mace, a spice, the second covering of the nutmeg: 1, 3, 53. Oth. III, 3, 317. IV, 1, 101 etc. Wint. IV, 3, 49.

3) extravagant in any way; gay and frolicksome Mace, a club of metal used as an ensign of au- to wildness and wantonness: a m. host, Wiv. III, 1, 115. thority: he that sets up his rest to do more exploits do you hear, my m. wenches? LLL 11, 257. how now, with his m. than a morris-pike, Err. IV, 3, 28. the sword, m. spirit? Mids. III, 2, 4. fetching m. bounds, Merch. the m., the crown imperial, H5 IV, 1, 278 (= sceptre). V, 73. be m. and merry, Shr. III, 2, 228. like a m. lad, with these borne before us instead of -s, H6B IV, 7, Tw. IV, 2, 139. how now, m. wag? H4A 1, 2, 50. iv, 144. O murderous slumber, layest thou thy leaden m. 2, 55. m. Shallow, H4B 'III, 2, 16. the m. days that I upon my boy? Caes. IV, 3, 268 (to arrest him like a have spent, 37 etc. furious, passionate: her eyes bailiff; cf. Arrest).*

are m. that they have wept till now, Ven. 1062. subject Macedon, the kingdom of Alexander the Great: to the tyranny of m. mischances, 738 (the later Qq sad). H5 IV, 7, 21. 22. 23. 26. 28. Per. II, 2, 24.

the finest m. devil of jealousy, Wiv. V, 1, 19. m. ire, Machiavel, the famous Italian writer; prover- H6A IV, 3, 28. m. and fantastic execution, Troil. V, bially for a crafty politician: am I a M.; Wiv. III, 1, 5, 38. these hot days is the m. blood stirring, Rom. III, 104. Alençon, that notorious M. H6A V, 4, 74. set the 1, 4. = inflamed with desire: he was m. for her, All's murderous M. to school, H6C III, 2, 193.

V, 3, 260. I am m. in Cressid's love, Troil. I, 1, 51. Machination, intrigue, plotting: -8, hollowness, foolish, absurd: a m. fantastical trick, Meas. III, 2, 98. treachery, Lr. I, 2, 122. your business of the world his m. attire, Shr. III, 2, 126. a m. marriage, 184. 244. hath so an end, and m. ceases, V, 1, 46.

her m. and headstrong humour, IV, 1, 212. as m. in Machine, artificial structure; used of the body: folly, All's V, 3, 3. m. world, m. kings, John II, 561. whilst this m. is to him, Hml. II, 2, 124.

he she loved proved m. and did forsake her, Oth. IV, Mackerel, the fish Scomber scomber: buy land 3, 27 (cf. All's V, 3, 3). as cheap as stinking m. H4A II, 4, 395.

Mad, vb. 1) tr. to make mad, to madden: Sonn. Macmorris, name in H5 III, 2, 72. 91. 100. 119, 8. Err. IV, 4, 129. V, 84. All's V, 3, 213. Tw.

Maculate, stained, impure: m. thoughts, LLL I, 1, 5, 141. R2 V, 5, 61. Tit. III, 1, 104. Lr. IV, 2, 43. 2, 97.

Cymb. II, 2, 37. IV, 2, 313. Maculation, stain, impurity: there's no m. in thy 2) to be mad: when he to-ing Dido would unfold heart, Troil. IV, 4, 66.

his father's acts, H6B III, 2, 117. Mad, adj. 1) disordered in the mind, insane: Madam, title of honour given in speaking of or Sonn. 129, 8. 140, 12. Tp. I, 2, 209. III, 3, 58. Meas. to ladies of rank: what must I call her. Madam. Alce V, 60. Err. II, 2, 11. 215. IV, 3, 82. IV, 4, 131. Shr. m., or Joan m.? M., and nothing else; so lords call 1, 2, 18. III, 2, 19. Tw. 1, 5, 145. 211. 11, 3, 93 etc. ladies, Shr. Ind. 2, 111; cf. Sly's blunders v. 145 and etc. Used of dogs infected with the rabies canina: 1, 1, 259. ere long they should call me m. H4B II, 1, Wiv. IV, 2, 131. Err. V, 70. Ant. IV, 15, 80. m. as 109. Lucr. 1277. Gent. 1, 2, 3, 34. 77. 130. 138. IV, a buck, Err. III, 1, 72 (proverbial phrase). stark m. 2, 120. LLL II, 1, 1. 40 etc. etc. m. my interpreter, Err. II, 1, 59. V, 281. Shr. I, 1, 69. Wint. III, 2, 184. H5 V, 2, 282. dear m. Gent. I, 2, 17. sweet m. LLL very m. H8 1, 4, 28. to fall m. Tit. II, 3, 104. to grow V, 2, 339. my dearest m. All's 1, 3, 213. good m. Tw. Schmidt, Shakespeare Lexicon. 3. Ed. T. II.

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