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The U/V section of Robert Cawdrey's 1604 dictionary A Table Alphabeticall.
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vacant
voyde, or emptie
vacation
a time of ceasing from labour
vagabonde
(f) runnagate, one that will stay no where
validitie
strength, or force, or value
valour
force, courage, or strength
value
price, or estimation
vanquish
(f) overcome, prevaile, conquer, or overthrowe
vapor
moisture, ayre, hote breath, or reaking
varietie
change, or diversitie
vassall
(f) slave, client
uaste
spoiled, destroyed, emptie
vauntcourers
(f) forerunners
ubiquitie
presence of a person in all places
varnish
shine
vegetable
springing, or growing, as herbes
vehement
earnest, strong, forcible
vendible
saileable, easie, and readie to be solde
venerable
worshipfull, or reverende
veneriall venerous
fleshly, or lecherous, given to lecherie
veniall
that which may be pardoned
vente
saleable
ventricle
the stomacke which receives the meate
venuste
faire, beautifull
verbatim
word by word, perfectly
verbositie
much talking, and pratling
veritie
truth
verifie
to prove it to be true
versifie
make verses
vertigiousnes
lightnes, or a swimming of the heade
vestall
a nunne, vowing chastitie
vesture vestiment
garment, attire, or clothing
viand
(f) victailes
viceroy
(f) one set as a deputie in the Kings place
vicinitie
neighbourhoode
vicegerent
one that supplyeth the place of another
vicious
faultie, or full of vice
victorious
that hath gotten many victories
viewe
behold, marke, or consider, or looke uppon
vigilance
watchfull, dilligence
vigour
strength, courage, or force
vincible
that may be wonne, or easily overcome
vineyard
orchard of grapes
violate
to transgresse, defile, deflowre, or breake
violent
forcible, cruell, injurious
viperine
like a viper, or of a viper
virago
a woman of manly courage
virulent
full of poyson, venemous
visage
(f) face, forme, or shape
vision
sight, apparition, or a phantasie
visible
that may be seene
visitation
going to see
vitall
lively, or pertayning to life
vitiate
to corrupt, or deflower, and defile
vivificent
lively, or full of strength
vivifie
to quicken, or make alive
ulcer
bile, or botch
ulcerate
to blister, or make full of sores
umpire
judge
unconceaveable
not able to be conceived
unacessible
that cannot be come to
unanimitie
one consent of hart and mind
unction
annointing
undecent
uncomlie
undermine
grave, dig
unguent
an oyntment, or fat juyce
unitie union
peace, or concord
unitie
to make one thing of two, or moe, to couple, or joyne
unsatiable
not content
uniformitie
one and the same fashion
uniuersall
generall, common
vocall
with the voice, or pertaining to the voyce
vocation
calling, estate, or trade of life
unsatiable
that never hath enough, neither can be satisfied
volubilitie
swiftnes, or inconstancie
voluntary
of the owne accord, without being taught, or urged
voluptuous
given to pleasure
upbraid
(f) rise in ones stomach, cast in ones teeth
urbanitie
curtesie, good manners, or gentlenes
urgent
earnestly calling upon, forcing
vsurpe
(f) take unlawfull authoritie, or to use against right and reason
utensiles
(f) things necessary for our use in house-keeping, or in a trade
utilitie
profit
vlgar
common, much used


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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