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abandon
Middle English =abandounen
abase
Middle English =abassen
abash
Middle English =abaishen
above
Middle English =abouyn
all
Middle English =alalle
almond
Middle English =almaunde
plural =almondesalmaundys
and
Middle English =an
any
Middle English =onyeny
arise
Anglo-Saxon =arisan
Middle English =arisen
arm
Anglo-Saxon =armearm
definition = a part of the human anatomy
Old French =armer
definition =to equip with weapons and/or armour
Middle English =armen
armor
Middle English =armourarmure
armorer
Middle English =armererarmurer
arms
Middle English =armes
definition =weapons, heraldry, etc.
army
Middle English =armeyarmye
aroma
Middle English =aromat
arouse
Middle English =rouzenrowsen
araign
Middle English =arenenaraynen
arraignment
Norman =arresnesmentarraynement
arrange
Middle English =arrengenarrayngen
array
Middle English =arayen
Old French =areyerarraier
bare
Anglo-Saxon =bær
Middle English =barebar
baresark
Icelandic =berserkr
bargain
Middle English =bargain>bargayne
Old French =bargaine
bark
Anglo-Saxon =barc
definition =As in the bark of a tree.
Middle English =barke
definition =As in the bark of a tree.
bark
Anglo-Saxon =beorcan
definition =To bark.
Middle English =barkenberken
definition =To bark.
barley
Anglo-Saxon =bælic
Middle English =barly
barm
Anglo-Saxon =beorma
definition =Yeast from the fermenting of malt liquer.
Middle English =barmeberme
definition =Yeast from the fermenting of malt liquer.
barm
Anglo-Saxon =bearm
definition =The bosom or lap.
barn
Anglo-Saxon =bern
Middle English =barnbern
barnacle
Middle English =barnakylle
definition =A goose.
barnacles
Old French =barnac
definition =A kind of bit for a horse.
baron
Middle English =baronbarun
Old French =baronbarun
Old High German =baro
definition =A man.
be
Middle English =ben
begin
Middle English =bigynneth
belly
Middle English =bely
beneath
Middle English =bynethby-neþe
board
Middle English =bordborde
boil
Middle English =boylebuille
boiling
Middle English =boyling
boils
Middle English =boylithboylethbuilleth
definition =as in water that is boiling.
bottom
Middle English =bothom
bread
Middle English =brede
break
Middle English =breke
broth
Middle English =brewesbruetbroþebrwes
brown
Middle English =broune
butter
Middle English =butturbutter
buck
Anglo-Saxon =buccabuc
definition = a he-goat
Middle English =boucken
definition = to soak, steep, or boil (clothes) in lye
or soap suds, as in the proccess of
bleaching or washing, to wash by
beating in water
Middle English =bucbucke
definition = a male deer, goat, sheep, etc.
Welsh =bwch
definition = a male deer, goat, sheep, etc.
Middle High German =buchen
definition = to soak, steep, or boil (clothes) in lye
or soap suds, as in the proccess of
bleaching or washing, to wash by
beating in water
bucket
Anglo-Saxon =buc
Middle English =boket
buckle
Middle English =bocle
Old French =boclebucle
buckler
Old French =bocler
buckram
Middle English =bokerambockrom
Old French =boqueran
bud
Anglo-Saxon =budda
definition =a beetle
Middle English =budda
definition =1. as in rose-bud etc.
2. an undevelopped thing or person.
budge
Middle English =bowge
definition =a bag
Old French =bouge
definition =a leather bag