Allaborate, Lat. Allantoides, the tunicle that wraps, and covers the head, buttocks feet, and more eminent parts of the birth.
Allabanny, the same as Albany, that part of Scotland, called the Highlands, so called either from Albion, or from the Brittish words, Ellan Ban, i. Allective, Lat. Allegation, Lat. Allegory, Greek a mysterious saying, wherein there is couched something that is different from the litteral sense. Alleluja, an Hebrew word signifying, praise ye our Lord, also the name of an Herb, called Wood-sorrel.
An Alley French a narrow passage. All-good, a pot Herb, otherwise called good Henry. All-heal, an Herb, otherwise called clowns woundwort. Alliance, French an association, either by kindred, or by Covenant.
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Alligation, Lat. Allision, Latin a dashing against any thing. Alliteration, lat.
Allocamel, Greek a beast in the Indies, having the head of a Mule, and the body of a Camel. Allocations, the allowances of Officers under a Prince, or great man. Alloquie, lat. Allodial, lands a Term in law free lands for which no fines, or services are due.
Allome, a kinde of mineral, being a salt sweat of the earth. Allot, to assign to every one his proper patrimony. Allusion, lat. Almanack, a German word signifying as much as Calender, or a Prognostication by observing the course of the stars. Almantica, Arab.
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Defender, it being the name of divers Princes, and great men among the Moors. Almicantarats, Arab. Almond, a certain kinde of Thracian Nut so called. Almugia, Arab. Almuten, of a house, is that Planet, which hath most dignities in the signe ascending, or descending from the Cusp of any house, but Almuton of a figure is that Planet, which in essential dignities, or accidental is most powerfull in the whole Scheme of Heaven.
Alnath, Astronomick a star which is to be seen in the Horns of Aries. Alogie, Greek a being irrational, or void of reason. Alopecie, Greek a disease called the Scurf, or Foxes evil, wherein the hairs fall off from the head by the roots. Alpha, the first of the Greek letters. Alphabet, the order of letters, A.
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Alpharaiz Arab. Alpharez, Arab. Alpheta, Arab. Alpheus, a famous River of Arcadia, which running a great way into the Sea, meets at length with Arethusa, a River in Sicilie, nearunto Siracuse. Alphitomancie, Greek a divination by tarly meal. Alphrad, the bright star in Hydra. Alps, great Hills that divide France from Italy. Alrameck, Arab.
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Aliacaba, Arab. Alteration, lat. Altercation, lat. Alternation, lat. Althaea, see Meleager. Altitude, lat. Alveary, lat. Alumnation, lat.
Alytarch, Greek a keeper of rule and order in publick Games and Ceremonies. Amand, lat. Amanuensis, lat. Amassement, French a crouding, or heaping of several things together. Amate, to discourage. Amazons, certain warlike women of Asia, that dwelt near the River Thermodoon, who burnt off their right paps, and killed all their Male Children, that they might have no man among them, their most renowned Queens were Mathesia, Orithya, Penthesilea, whom Achilles slew, coming to help the Trojans, Menalippe and Hippolyta, whom Hercules overcame, and gave Theseus to wife.
Ambage, Lat. Amber, a hard yellow Gum, of which they make beads and bracelets, some think it to be the Gum of Poplar Trees, others the juyce of a certain stone that grows like Corral. Ambidexter, Lat. Ambient, Lat. Ambifarious, Lat. Ambiguous, Lat. Ambition, Lat. Amblothridium, a Medicine provoking travel before the time. Ambresbury, q. Henry the third, devoted her self to God.
An Ambrey, a cup-board. Ambrose, the name of an ancient Bishop of Milain, and one of the fathers, the word signifieth in Greek Divine, or immortal.
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Ambrosia, an Herb called Artimisia, Wood sage, it is a word often used by the Poets to signifie the meat of the Gods. Ambulatory, Lat. Amburbial, sacrifices were certain, ancient sacrifices wherein the beast went about the Citie before he was sacrificed. Ambuscado, Spanish an ambush, or men secretly so disposed as to rush out upon an enemy unawares.
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