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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. HS 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 af ords, 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. 1, 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 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 -8, 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: 10 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. 1, 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. 11, 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. 1, 2, 209. III, 3, 58. Meas. to ladies of rank: what must I call her. Madam. Al'ce 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. 1, 1, 69. Wint. III, 2, 184. 15 V, 2, 282. dear m. Gent. 1, 2, 17. sweet m. LLL tery m. H8 1, 4, 28. to fall m. Tit. II, 3, 104. to grow V, 2, 339. my dearest m. Alls 1, 3, 213. good m. Tw. Schmidt, Shakespeare Lexicon. 3. Ed. T. IL.

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III, 1, 173. gracious m. H6C III, 3, 59. noble m. H8 Maggot, a small grub, a fly-worm: LLL V, 2,
IV, 2, 44 etc. M. Silvia, Gent. II, 1, 6. 14. 152. II, 409. Hml. II, 2, 181. IV, 3, 24.
5, 12. IV, 3, 1. IV, 4, 39. 114. 116. Meas. 1, 2, 45. Maggot-pie or Magot-pie, magpie: Mcb. III,
74 etc. m. and mistress, Gent. II, 1, 102. m., and 4, 125.
pretty mistresses, give ear, LLL V, 2, 286. our -8 Magic, subst. sorcery, enchantment: Tp. V, 50.
mock at us, H5 III, 5, 28 (French ladies), the -s too | Wint. V, 3, 39. 110. Tim. I, 1, 6. Hml. III, 2, 270.
did almost sweat, H8 I, 1, 23. honest -'s issue, Lr. Oth. 1, 2, 65. 1, 3, 92. III, 4, 69. Ant. III, 10, 19.
I, 2, 9.

Magic, adj. pertaining to sorcery: Tp. I, 2, 24.
Mad-brain, adj. insane: Shr. III, 2, 10.

HGA I, 1, 27. Mcb. III, 5, 26. Mad-brained, the same: Shr. III, 2, 165. H6A Magical, the same: Ant. III, 1, 31. 1, 2, 15. Tim. V, 1, 177.

Magician, sorcerer: As V, 2, 67. 78. V, 4, 33. Mad-bred, produced by or in madness: this m. H4A 1, 3, 83. R3 I, 2, 34. flaw, HOB III, 1, 354.

Magistrate, a public functionary: Tp. II, 1, 149. Madcap, a fellow of wild and eccentric habits: H5 1, 2, 191. H6A 1, 3, 57. H6B IV, 2, 19. H6C I, Gent. II, 5, 8. John I, 84. H4A 1, 2, 160. Adject- 2, 23. Cor. II, 1, 47. III, 1, 104. 202. ively: the merry m. lord, LLL II, 215. a m. ruffian, Magnanimity, heroic bravery: infuse his breast Shr. 11, 290. the m. duke, H4A 1, 3, 244. the m. Prince with m. and make him naked foil a man at arms, H6C of Wales, IV, 1, 95.

V, 4, 41. Madeira, a sort of wine: H4A I, 2, 128.

Magnanimous, dauntless, heroic: be m. in the Made-up, complete, perfect: a m. villain, Tim. enterprise, All's III, 6, 70. mosi m. mouse, H4B III, 2, V, 1, 101.

171. as m. as Agamemnon, H5 III, 6, 6. IV, 7, 18. Mad-headed, wild, foolish: H4A II, 3, 80. valiant and m. deeds, Troil. II, 2, 200. III, 3, 277. cf.

Madly, 1)in a deranged mind, distractedly: that's Armado's letter in LLL IV, 1, 65. somewhat m. spoken, Meas. V, 89. wast thou mad, that Magnificence, pomp, splendour: Wint. I, 1, 13. thus so m. thou didst answer me? Err. II, 2, 12. Mids. Magnificent, pompous, boastful: a letter from 11, 1, 171. Shr. II, 329. III, 2, 246. Tw. V, 319. John the m. Armado, LLL I, 1, 193. thun whom no mortal III, 4, 58. Rom. IV, 3, 51.

so m. III, 180. 2) wildly, without self-control: which (fear) m. Magnifico, title given to Venetian grandees: hurries her she knows not whither, Ven. 904. m. tossed Merch. III, 2, 282. Oth. I, 2, 12. between desire and dread, Lucr. 171. by reprobate Magnify, to glorify, to exalt: him that thou -est desire thus m. led, 300. Err. V, 152. Mids. II, 1, 153. with all these titles, H6A IV, 7, 75. III, 2, 23. H4B 1, 1, 10. Troil. II, 2, 116. Cymb. V, Magnus: Saint M. Corner, HGB IV, 8, 1. 5, 31 (m. dying, dying in a wild state of mind). Magot-pie, see Maggot-pie.

Madman, a man whose understanding is deran- Mahomet, the Arabian prophet: H6A 1, 2, 140. ged: Meas. V, 506. Err. IV, 1, 93. V, 213. LLL V, 2, Mahu, name of a devil: Lr. III, 4, 149. IV, 1, 63. 338. Mids. V, 10. Shr. V, 1, 60. 76. Tw. 1, 5, 139. Maid, 1) virgin: he preached pure m. Compl. 315. 146. IV, 2, 46. 125. IV, 3, 221. V, 294. 299. 335. 'tis not a m., for she hath had gossips , Gent. III, 1, HOB III, 1, 347. Rom. I, 2, 55. II, 1, 7. V, 3, 67. 269. a wronged, I would fain have said a m. Meas. Tim. III, 4, 103. Caes. IV, 3, 40. Lr. III, 6, 10. IV, V, 21. II, 2, 154. Ado II, 2, 40. IV, 1, 35. 86. Mids. 1, 32. V, 3, 187. he speaks nothing but m. Tw. I, 5, 1, 2, 59. Merch. III, 2, 312. As IV, 1, 148. All's IV, 115 (cf. H5 V, 2, 156). Plur. madmen: Sonn. 147, 11. 2, 74. John II, 572. H4A IV, 1, 114. H5 V, 2, 323. Mids. V, 4. As III, 2, 422. Tw. III, 4, 154. R2 V, 5, HOA V, 4, 55. H6B IV, 7, 129. HOC I, 1, 216. Troil. 62. H4B 1, 3, 32. Troil. V, 1, 56. Rom. III, 3, 61. IV, 5, 50. Rom. III, 2, 135. Hml. IV, 5, 54. Lr. 1, 5, Caes. III, 2, 274. Lr. III, 4, 81. IV, 1, 48. Cymb. V, 54 etc. Used of a man who has not yet known woman: 4, 146.

you are betrothed both to a m. and man, Tw. V, 270. Madness, 1) insanity: Sonn. 140, 10. Tp. II, 2, 2) girl: if you be m. or no, Tp. 1, 2, 427. 428 (not 14. V, 116. Wiv. IV, 2, 27. Meas. IV, 4, 4. V, 51. a goddess, but a mortal woman). behold this m. 491. 61. 63. Err. V, 76. Merch. 1, 2, 69. As III, 2, 420. IV, 95. V, 185. knows I am a m. and would not force IV, 1, 218. Tw. III, 4, 16. 61. IV, 3, 4. 10. V, 302. this letter to my view, Gent. 1, 2, 53. can you love the Wint. IV, 4, 495 etc. etc. in m. = mad: Hml. III, 4, m.? Wiv. I, 1, 252, 1, 4, 127. is there a m. with child 187. Oth. I, 1, 98.

by him? Meas. I, 2, 92. 94. I, 4, 32. II, 2, 20. III, 1, 2) extreme folly: of this m. cured, H4B IV, 2, 41. 180. V, 178. LLL I, 1, 137. 299. Mids. II, 2, 73. were't not m., to make the for surveyor of the fold? 11, 2, 302. Tw. II, 4, 46. V, 268. 282. H4A III, 3, HGB III, 1, 252. his flight was m. Mcb. IV, 2, 2. 130 (M. Marian). Rom. I, 4, 66 etc. Used as a com

3) wild affection or emotion: fetter strong m. in pellation: why went you not with master doctor, m.? a silken thread, Ado V, 1, 25. such a hare is m. the Wiv. V, 5, 232. m.! LLL 1, 2, 138. mates, m.! Shr. youth, Merch. I, 2, 21.

I, 1, 59. the gods to their dear shelter take thee, m. Madonna, the address used by the fool to Olivia Lr. I, 1, 185. my —s, LLL V, 2, 262. good m., fair in Tw. I, 5, 47. 64. 66. 68. 72. 74. 76. 120. 145. V, m. etc. Wiv. II, 2, 38. Meas. I1, 2, 79. Mids. I, 1, 46 306.

etc. Proverb: -s still answer nay, and take it, R3 Madrigal, a pastoral song: Pilgr. 360. Wiv. III, III, 7, 51; cf. - in modesty say no to that which they 1, 18. 23.

would have the profferer construe ay, Gent. 1, 2, 55. Mad-woman, a woman deranged in her under- 3) female servant: spinning amongst her

Lucr. standing: if your wife be not a m. Merch. IV, 1, 445. Arg. 10. she hoarsely calls her m. Lucr. 1214. a m.

Maecenas (O. Edd. Mecenas) friend of Octavius of Dian's, Sonn. 153, 2. Tp. III, 1, 84. Gent. I, 2, Caesar: Ant. II, 2, 17. 102. 175.

69. II, 3, 8. III, 1, 269. Wiv. iv, 2, 77. V, 5, 49. Err.

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V, 170. Merch. III, 2, 200. 311. V, 33. Shr. Ind. 2, | most imperfect, Oth. I, 3, 99. I am -ed for ever, V, 92. H8 III, 1, 75. Rom. II, 2, 6. Tim. IV, 1, 12. Oth. 1,27. = to hurt in general: did win whom he would m. IT, 3, 26. Ant. III, 7, 15. IV, 15, 74 etc.

Pilgr. 312 (in the rhyme). it -ed you two outright, Shr. Maid-child, female child: Per. V, 3, 6.

V, 2,62. Cade says mained for maimed, H6BIV, 2, 172. Maiden, 1) virgin: then are you no m. Ado IV, Main, subst. 1) with of; full might, the whole, 1, 88. All's II, 1, 175. H5 III, 3, 20. Oth. III, 4, 75. the gross of a thing: nativity, once in the m. of light, Oftenest adjectively: the m. burning of his cheeks, crawls to maturity, Sonn. 60, 5. empties itself, as doth Ven. 50. m. worlds, Lucr. 408. bud, 848. Sonn. 16, an inland brook, into the main of waters, Merch. V, 6. 66, 6. 154, 4. Meas. IV, 4, 27. Ado III, 1, 109. 97. to-morrow we must with all our m. of power stand 1, 1, 166. 181. LLL V, 2, 351. 789. Mids. I, 1, 75. fast, Troil. 11, 3, 273. goes it against the m. of Poland, II, 1, 164. III, 2, 285. All's IV, 2, 57. John II, 98. or for some frontier? Hml. IV, 4, 15. H5 1, 2, 253. 349. 353, H6A II, 4, 47. 1, 4, 52. H8 2) absol. a) the principal point, that which is first IV, 2, 169. V, 5, 41. Tit. II, 3, 232. Rom. II, 2, 86. in question: let's make haste away, and look unto the Hml. 1, 3, 121. V, 1, 256. Per. V, 1, 243. a m. and m. H6B I, 1, 208. I doubt it is no other than the m., an innocent hand, John IV, 2, 252 (not yet stained his father's death and our o’erhasty marriage, Hml. with blood). thy m. sword, H4A V, 4, 134. m. youth, 11, 2, 56. H6A IV, 7, 38.

b) the ocean, the great sea: Sonn. 64, 7. 80, 8. 2) girl: - s' eyes stuck over all his fuce, Compl. John II, 26. R3 1, 4, 20. Oth. II, 1, 3. 39. 81. Meas. I, 4, 80. LLL V, 2, 916. Mids. II, 1, 35. c) the continent: swell the curled waters 'bove the 168. II, 2, 74. III, 2, 66. Merch. II, 1, 14. III, 2, 8. m. Lr. III, 1, 6. As IV, 3, 41. Shr. IV, 5, 44. All's I, 1, 55. IV, 2, 6. d) (probably from the French main) a stake at Tw. I, 4, 33. Wint. IV, 4, 85. H5 II, 4, 107. Troil. gaming : to set so rich a m. on the nice hazard of one III, 2, 219. Oth. I, 3, 94. Used as a compellation: doubtful hour, H4A IV, 1, 47. Meas. II, 2, 48. All's 1, 3, 155. II, 1, 117. Adjec- Main, adj. 1) great, first in importance, principal, tively: my m. weeds, Tw. V, 262. a m. battle, Troil.chief: the m. flood, Merch. IV, 1, 72 (the sea). the man IV, 5, 87.

that the m. harvest reaps, As III, 5, 103. he might in a Maidenhead, virginity: Shr. III, 2, 227. Tw. I, m. danger fail you, All's III, 6, 17. the m. consents are 3, 232. Wint. IV, 4, 116. H4A II, 4, 398. IV, 1, 59. had, v, 3, 69. these m. parcels of dispatch, IV, 3, 104. H4B II, 2, 84. H6B IV, 7, 130. H8 II, 3, 23. 25. our m. battle's front, H6C I, 1, 8; R3 V, 3, 299. m. Troil. IV, 2, 23. Rom. I, 1, 31. 1, 3, 2. III, 2, 137. end, H8 11, 2, 41. III, 2, 215. Cor. II, 2, 43. IV, 3, 20. Per. III Prol. 10. IV, 2, 64. IV, 6, 136.

Mcb. IV, 3, 198. V, 4, 10. Hml. I, 1, 105. Lr. IV, 6, Maidenhead, place in England: Wiv. IV, 5, 80. 217. Oth. 1, 3, 11. II, 1, 269. Ant. I, 2, 198 (the m.

Maidenhood, virginity: All's III, 5, 24. H6A soldier). Cymb. V, 4, 16. Per. V, 1, 29. IV, 6, 17. Rom. III, 2, 13.

2) concerning the gross or whole; general: a man Maidenly, 1) becoming a maid: it is not friendly, may prophesy of the m. chance of things, H4B III, 1, 'tis not m. Mids. III, 2, 217. 2) girlish: what a m. 83. we do not mean the coursing snatchers only, but man-at-arms are you become, H4B 11, 2, 82. 3) vir- fear the m. intendment of the Scot, H5 I, 2, 144. m. ginal, chaste: the -est star, Lr. 1, 2, 143.

chance, father you meant, H6B I, 1, 212. put your m. Maiden-tongued, speaking in a gentle and in cause into the king's protection, H8 III, 1, 93. by the sinuating manner: Compl. 100.

m. assent of all these learned men she was divorced, Maiden • widowed, having become a widow, H8 IV, 1, 31. if he were foiled, we did our m. opinion while yet a virgin: Rom. III, 2, 135.

crush in taint of our best man, Troil. I, 3, 373. quite Maidhood, girlhood: by the roses of the spring, from the m. opinion he held once, Caes. II, 1, 196. no by m., honour, truth and every thing, Tw. III, 1, 162. farther than the m. voice of Denmark goes withal, Hml. is there not charms by which the property of youth and 1, 3, 28. m. may be abused? Oth. I, 1, 173.

3) superior, overruling: which by m. force War. Maid-pale (cf. Pale) having the white and tender wick'did win, H6B 1, 1, 210. by commission and m. complexion of a virgin: change the complexion of her power, H8 II, 2, 7. m. peace to scarlet indignation, R2 III, 3, 98.

Main-course, the main sail (cf. Course, 9): bring Mail, subst. armour: a rusty m. Troil. III, 3, 152 her to try with m. Tp. 1, 1, 38 (i. c., according to (O. Edd. male). Corrupt passage: no egma, no riddle, Smith's Sea-Grammar: 'tó hale the tacke aboord, the no l'envoy; no salve in the m. LLL III, 74 (Qq Fi in sheet close aft, the boling set up, and the helme tied thee male; m. perhaps - budget, box).

close aboord'). Mailed, clad in armour: the m. Mars, H4A IV, Maine, French county: John 1, 11. II, 152, 487. 1, 116. with his m. hand, Cor. 1, 3, 38 (gauntleted). H6A IV, 3, 45. V, 3, 95. 154. H6B I, 1, 51. 209. m. up = completely covered and wrapped up: I should 210. IV, 1, 86. IV, 2, 170. IV, 7, 70. not thus be led along, m. up in shame, H6B II, 4, 31. Mained, in the language of Cade, = maimed:

Maim, subst. a laming and crippling hurt, a deep HGB IV, 2, 172. injury: so deep a m. as to be cast forth in the common Mainly, forcibly, mightily: these four came all air, R2 1, 3, 156. your father's sickness is a m. to us, a-front and m. thrust at me, H4A 11, 4, 222. I do not H4A IV, 1, 42. that bears so shrewd a m. H6B 11, 3, call your faith in question so m. as my merit, Troil. 41. stop those -s of shame seen through thy country, 1v, , 87. by your safety, wisdom, all things else, you Cor. IV, 5, 92 (-8 of shame = shameful -s).

m. were stirred Hml. iv, 7, 9. I am m. ignorant Maim, vb. to lame, to cripple: you -ed the juris- what place this is, Lr. IV, 7, 65 (= perfectly). diction of all bishops, H8 III, 2, 312, with such —ed Main-mast, the chief or middle mast: Wint. rites, Hml. V, 1, 242 (defective). a judgment —ed and III, 3, 94.

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