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A Hand-Book Index to the Works of Shakespeare A Hand-Book Index to the Works of Shakespeare
Including References to the Phrases, Manners, Customs, Proverbs, Songs, Particles, etc., which Are Used or Alluded to by the Great Dramatist
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A SHAKESPEARE INDEX

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 March 2012

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A.—(a) “A goodly portly man, and a corpulent” First Part of Henry the Fourth.—(b) This particle omitted in exclamatory passages, e. g., “What dish o' poison,” Twelfth Night; “What fool is she,” Two Gent, of Verona; “What night is this,” Julius Caesar, &c, but note on in Two Gent, of Verona.—(c) “Poor a thousand;” a poor thousand. As You Like It.—(d) Understood. “I am dog,” Twelfth Night.—(e) He. Much Ado about Nothing.—(f) “Such a worthy a mistress,” Two Gent, of Verona.

Aaron.—A Moor. Titus Andronicus.

Abate.—(a) To cast down or deject the mind. Coriolanus, 149.—(b) To contract or cut short. Midsummer Night's Dream.—(c) To rebate. Richard the Third.

Abay.—Venus and Adonis, 64.

A. B. C.— A spelling-book. Two Gentlemen of Verona.

A. B. C.-BOOK.—A Catechism. King John, 215, or a spelling-book including a catechism.

Abel.—First Part of Henry the Sixth.

Abergavenny (Lord).—Henry the Eighth.

Abhominable.—Love's Labour's Lost.

Abhor.—To protest against solemnly. An old term of canon law. Henry the Eighth, 388.

Abhorred.—Disgusted. Hamlet.

Abhorring.—Being abhorred and loathed. Antony and Cleopatra.

Abhorson.—An executioner. Measure for Measure.

Abide.—(a) Abide upon it. Winter's Tale, i. 2.—(b) Sojourn. Winter's Tale, iv. 2.—(c) To aby. Midsummer Night's Dream, 269.

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A Hand-Book Index to the Works of Shakespeare
Including References to the Phrases, Manners, Customs, Proverbs, Songs, Particles, etc., which Are Used or Alluded to by the Great Dramatist
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2009
First published in: 1866

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