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A. I. Sc adjective ancient language Anglo-Saxon Beaumont and Fletcher Beteem bodkin Cautel century certainly Chaucer classical Cleop Compare below A. V. Compare e.g. conjectured Coriol corruption Cress Cymb derived Dictionary Drayton editions of Sh editor elsewhere in Sh employed Emulate England English language etymology expression Fletch folios read following quartos formerly Gentlem Germ Halliw Halliwell Hamlet hence Henry IV Henry V. A. Henry VI hent instance later Latin Layamon London meaning Meas modern English modern language Nares noun now-a-days O.Fr O.Pr obsolete verb occurs in Sh old copies old English Old English Language old plays original sense Othello participle passages of Sh poetry preterite probably properly provincial language quarto of 1603 Reed Saxon root Scene seems Sh's contemporaries Shakespeare signifies sith sithenes sometimes Spenser Steevens substantive supposed Swed Termagant translations Troil Twelfth N. A. V. Sc uncommon valance verb Wedgwood whereas Winter's Tale word occurs writers written