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The T section of Robert Cawdrey's 1604 dictionary A Table Alphabeticall.
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Tablet
(f) little table
tabernacle
a tent, or pavilion
tacite
still, silent, saying nothing
taciturnite
silence, or keeping counsaile
tapish
(f) lie downe, hide it selfe
taxed
seised, appointed to pay a subsidie
temerarious
rash, unadvised, or hairebraine
temeritie
rashnes, unadvisednes
temperance
sobrietie, moderation
temperate
keeping a meane, moderate
temperature temperament
temperatenes, meane, or due proportion
tempestuous
boisterous, or stormie
temporall
that which indureth but for a certaine time
temporarie
for a time
temporise
to serve the time, or to followe the fashions, and behauiour of the time
tenacitie
nigardnes
tenuitie
smalenesse, or slendernesse
tenure
(f) hold, or manner of holding a possession
termination
ending, finishing, or bounding
teritorie
(f) region, or the countrie lying about the citie
tertian
belonging to every third day
terrestriall
earthly
testament
last will
testification
witnessing
testimonies
records, depositions or witnessings
tetrarch
(g) governour, or prince of a fourth part, of a country
theologie
(g) divinitie, the science of living blessedly for ever
theoricke
(g) the contemplation, or inward knowledge, of any art
throne
(g) a kings seate, or chaire of estate
throtle
strangle, hang, or torment
thwart
crosse, or mock
thwite
shave
timerous
fearefull, abashed
timiditie
fearefulnes
tincture
a colour, die, or staining
tolerable
that which may be suffered
tone
(g) a tune, note, or accent
trace
(f) find out by the foote steppes
tractable
easie to handle, or easie to be entreated
tractate
a treatise, or booke, handling any matter
tracte
(f) a space, or length
tradition
a delivering from one to another
traduce
to slaunder, reproach, or defame, to bring in, or drawe from one to another
traffique
(f) bargayning
tragedian
a maker, or player, of a tragedy
tragedie
(g) a solemne play, describing cruell murders and sorrowes
tragicall
cruell, sorrowfull, like a tragedy
traine
(f) followers, company
tranquilitie
quietnes, or calmenes, or rest
transcendent
climing over, mounting up
transferre
conceive over
transforme transfigure
change from one fashion, to another
transgresse
breake, offende or goe over
transitorie
(f) soone passing away, not long lasting
translation
altering, chaunging
transmigration
a passing from one place, to dwell in another
transmutation
a change from one place, to another
transome
lintell over a dore
transparent
that which may bee seene through
transport
carie over, from one place to another
transpose
change
transubstantiation
a changing of one substance into another
traverse
(f) strike, or thrust through
triangle triangular
three cornered
tribe
a company, ward, or hundred
tribulation
(f) trouble, sorrowe, anguish
tribunall
judgement seate
tributarie
(f) that payeth tribute
tribute
(f) rent, pension, or subsidie
tripartite
threefold, or devided into three parts
triviall
common, of smale estimation
triumph
great joy outwardly shewed
triumphant
rejoycing for the conquest
trompe
(f) deceive
troncheon
stake, or billet
trophee
a victorie, or any thing set in signe of victorie
tropickes
(g) circles in the heaven which when the sunne comes too, beginnes to returne againe
troupe
(f) company, or band of men in an army
truce
peace
trucheman
an interpreter
truculent
cruell, or terrible in countenance
trunchion
weapon
tumult
uprore, hurly, burly or insurrection
tumultuous turbulent
troublous, disturbing or disquieting
tiranize
use crueltie
type
(g) figure, example, shadowe of any thing


See Also
Introductory material
A,
B,
C,
D,
E,
F,
G,
H,
I/J,
L,
M,
N,
O,
P,
Q,
R,
S,
T,
U/V

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