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affright (archaic) to frighten. [3 definitions]
archaism something archaic, such as a word or expression. [2 definitions]
bescreen (archaic) to conceal as if by covering with a screen; hide from sight.
canst (archaic) second person singular form of "can."
couching (archaic) the act or an instance of crouching or bowing low to the ground.
cry (archaic) to implore or beg for; entreat. [1/11 definitions]
endeth (archaic) third-person singular indicative form of the verb "end" in the present tense.
fain (archaic) pleased; happy. [1/4 definitions]
forsooth (archaic) indeed.
indu'th (poetic, archaic) endows (contracted form of "endueth").
next (archaic) adjacent to; alongside. [1/5 definitions]
niddering (archaic) an honorless wretch; coward.
ope (archaic) to open. [2 definitions]
sheweth (archaic) shows.
shew'th (archaic) shows (contracted form of "sheweth").
verily (archaic) in truth; in fact. [1/2 definitions]
wove past tense of "weave" and also archaic past participle of "weave."
ye1 an archaic form of "you."