Shakespeare 'first recorded usage' in the OED

This is a summary of an investigation of the first uses of (the senses of) words ascribed to Shakespeare by the OED. Dates of texts are those used by the OED. Abbreviations and superscripts refer to the part-of-speech labels used by the OED. All totals are likely to reduce as further investigations of earlier texts continues.

 

The categories are as follows:

If all words are accepted, the total is 2200. However, only the first three categories are really strong candidates: 1392.

 

Shakespeare  is the only recorded user of the word (in one or more senses): total 309

 

The strongest case for a Shakespearian coinage is when he is the only person recorded as using a word (in a particular word-class), in one or more senses, or on one or more occasions. (The proviso about word-class allows for such cases as attorney as a verb, where the noun use of the word dates from long before.)

abrook, acture, adoptedly, adoptious, a-hold, allayment, allottery, anthropophaginian, apathaton, appertainment, askance (v), attask, attemptable, attorney (v), auguring (a)

ballow, barful, bass (v), becomed, belee, belock, beloving (a), bepray, besort (n), besort (v), betumbled, birthdom, bitter-sweeting, bitume, boggler, bold-beating, bragless, braid (a), bubukle, budger

candle-holder, capocchia, carlot, casted, caudie, cern (v), chapeless, charge-house, chirurgeonly, cloistress, cloy (v2), cloyment, cockled, codding, co-mart, compulsative, conceptious, concernancy, concupy, confineless, confirmity, congreet, congrue, conspectuity, continuantly, convive, copataine, correctioner, counter-caster, counter-seal, crack-hemp, cubiculo, curdy (v), cyme

Dansker, demi-puppet, derogately, directitude, discandy, dishabit, disliken, disproperty, disvouch, dotant, down-gyved

eft (a), emballing, embarked, embrasure, empatron, empiricutic, emulate (a), emure, enacture, encave, enridged, enschedule, ensear, enshield (a), ensteep, escot (v), evil (n2), exceptless, expiate (a), exposture, exsufflicate, extincture

fashion-monging, fedarie, felicitate, fig (v), fit (v), flap-dragon (v), fleshment, frutify, fustilarian

gratulate (a), gull-catcher

half-checked, hardock, hay (n), heartling, hewgh, high-borne, Hobbididancce, hodge-pudding

incardinate, immask, immoment, immure (n), imperceiverant, implorator, importless, inaidable, infamonize, inherce, inhoop, injoint, insisture, insultment, intenible, interjoin, intrenchant, intrince, invised, irregulous

kickie-wickie

labras, land-damn, Lethied, looped

marcantant, meal (v), mered, misadventured, misbehaved, misdread  (n), misgraffed, misprized, mistership, Moorship, moraller, mose (v), moulten, moy (n)

nayward, near-legged, necessitied, non-come, non-regardance

oathable, obliquie, obstruct (n), offendress, omittance, oneyers, out-crafty, outdwell, over-dyed, overgreen, over-office, overperch, overpost, over-ripen, overstink, overweathered

pannell (v), parling, pauser, phantasim, phese, phraseless, please-man, plighter, portage, practisant, precipit, precurrer, predict (n), probal, pugging (a)

quatch, questant, questrist

razorable, recomforture, recountment, rejoindure, reputeless, restem, revengive, right-drawn, rug-headed

scamel, scrimer, self-substantial, sessa, sharded, signeur, signeury, skains mate, sleided, slish, so-forth, soil (n), sola, solidare, sortance, speciously, squire-like (adv), sternage, stricture, substractor, successantly, suffered, superscript (n), supervise (n), suppliant (a), suraddition, suum, swoltery, sympathized

tallow catch, temperality, testern, thoughten, tranect, twilled

uncape, uncheck, uncolted, uncuckolded, uncurbable, uncurse, undeeded, undercrest, under-fiend, under-hangman, under-honest, unfair (v), ungenitured, unhacked, unhaired, unimproved, unowed, unpay, unpinked, unplausive, unprovoke, unqualitied, unrecalling, unrecounted, unrecuring, unseeming, unseminared, unshout, unshrubbed, unsisting, unspoke, unsured, untempering, unweighing, unwit (v), unwrung, uplocked, uprighteously, upswarm (v)

vail (n2), varletto, vizament

wappened, water-rug, wealsman, well-allied, well-dealing, well-derived, well-desired, well-entered, well-forewarning, well-labouring, well-noted, well-possessed, well-sailing, well-saying, well-seeing, well-seeming, well-took, well-weighing, well-wished, wenchless, windring, wragged, wreakless, wroath

 

Shakespeare is the only recorded user of a word in a particular sense, but someone else uses the word in a different sense, though not until at least 25 years later: total 48.

 

These examples are very close to the first category above. My use of 25 years (= a generation) is discussed in The Stories of English. The [ ] date is the next recorded usage of the word in the different sense.

 

attributive (a) 1606 [1840]

becoming 1600/1606 [1853]

bedroom 1590 [1616]

bestill 1602 [1770]

bonnet (v) 1607 [1858]

brooded 1595 [1674]

cital 1596 [1760]

considered 1602 [1627]

demure (v) 1606 [1651]

despised 1592 (1667) [1450]

extracting 1601 [1654]

eye-glass 1611 [1664]

fated 1601 [1697]

fathomless 1606 [1638]

fitment 1608; 1611 [1851]

foxship 1607 [1863]

gibbet (v) 1597 [1646]

gnarling 1597 [1812]

half-cap 1607 [1893]

hob nob 1601 [1660]

impair (a) 1606 [1839]

jaded 1593 [1631]

jure 1596 [1818]

kitchen (v) 1590 [1721]

mid-season 1610 [1902]

observing (a) 1606 [1628]

offering 1596 [1656]

out-burn 1597 [1742]

over-stain 1595 [1885]

pilcher 1592 [1635]

protester 1601 [1651]

recollected 1601 [1628]

salt rheum 1590/1604 [1809 US]

scandalled 1610 [1639]

sea-wing 1606 [1681]

sedged 1610 [1688]

self-abuse 1605 [1728]

self-offence 1603 [1628]

spectatorship 1607 [1712]

stranger (v) 1605 [1863]

subcontract 1605 [1842]

tetter (n) 1607 [1911]

torcher 1601 [1891 US]

unbraided 1611 [1821]

uncomprehensive 1606 [1667]

unfolding 1603 [1821]

vastly 1593 [1664]

window (v) 1606 [1639]

 

Shakespeare is the first of several people using a word, in one or more senses, but the later usages do not occur until at least 25 years later: total 1035

 

If he is the first to use a word in a particular sense, and his usage is at least a generation away from the next user, then there is very little difference with the first category above. A date followed by another in ( ) shows the next usage in that sense; - shows that there was no next usage for that sense.

The more senses in which he uses a word (separated here by a semi-colon), the more likely it is that the usage is his.

The crucial point is the distance between S's use and the next recorded instance in any of its senses, i.e. in the first example it is 1602 to 1723.

 

abhorred 1602; 1605 (-; 1723)

abjectly 1588 (1622)

abodement 1593 (1651)

abruption 1606 (1652)

abutting 1599 (1674)

Academe 1588 (1642)

accessible 1610 (1667)

accoutred 1596/1601 (1652)

accuse (n) 1593 (1647)

accused 1593 (1728)

Acheron 1590 (1637)

acorned 1611 (1855)

acquired 1606 (1651)

acutely 1601 (1673)

added 1606 (1718)

adjunct (a) 1595/1600 (1826)

admiringly 1601 (1823)

Adon 1592 (1630)

adsum 1593 (1854)

advantaged 1603 (1654)

adversely 1607 (1881)

advertising (a) 1603 (1779)

affrighted 1604 (1702)

after-supper 1590 (1637)

agued 1607 (1787)

aidance 1593 (1633)

aidless 1607 (1637)

airless 1601 (1847)

alarm-bell 1597 (1641)

alarmed 1605 (1667)

allaying 1607 (1658)

allegiant 1613 (1848)

allicholly 1591/1598 (1736)

amazedly 1590/1605 (1640)

amazing 1593 (1659)

anchoring 1605 (1879)

anear 1608 (1669)

an-hungry 1607 (1681)

annexment 1602 (1824)

antre 1604 (1818)

appearer 1608 (1646)

apperil 1607 (1632)

applauding (a) 1607 (1704)

apple-john 1597 (1623)

argal 1602 (1861)

aroint 1605/1605 (1816)

arouse 1593 (1791)

arrivance 1604 (1646)

asinego 1606 (1714)

askant (pr) 1602 (1633)

assailable 1605 (1673)

assassination 1605 (1674)

assembled 1591 (1718)

assubjugate 1606 (1883)

atomy 1597 (1681)

attending 1588; 1592 (1720; 1793)

attest 1606 (1646)

avouch 1602 (1860)

awakening 1592 (1646)

 

back-sword-man 1597 (1857)

bail (v) 1600 (1852)

ballad-monger 1596 (1756)

bandying 1591 (1662)

barber (v) 1606 (1815)

barefaced 1590/1602; 1605 (1762; 1687)

baring 1601 (1753)

barky 1590 (1656)

barn (v) 1593 (1647)

based (a) 1610 (1817)

baseless 1610 (1815)

bass-viol 1590 (1638)

basta 1596 (1632)

basting 1590 (1720)

bated 1596 (1637)

batler 1600 (1865)

battered 1592 (1680)

batty 1590 (1883)

baubling 1601 (1849)

bawcock 1599 (1862)

beached 1590/1607 (1889)

be-all 1605 (1830)

bear-like 1605 (1663)

bedabble 1590 (1644)

bedazzle 1596 (1870)

beetle (v) 1602 (1798)

befortune 1591 (1855)

beggared 1599 (1790)

beguiling 1593 (1646)

behaved 1602 (1713)

behowl 1590 (1838)

Bellona 1605 (1667)

belonging 1603 (1867)

bemad 1605 (1655)

bemeet 1605 (1656)

bemock 1607/1610 (1798)

bemoil 1596 (1636)

bescreen 1592 (1657)

besmirch 1602 (1700)

besmirched 1599 (1864)

bethump 1595 (1657)

betrayed 1597 (1660)

betrim 1610 (1812)

bettering 1600 (1876)

betting 1599 (1855)

bewailing (a) 1613 (1862)

bewitchment 1607 (1830)

biddy 1601 (1875)

bifold 1609 (1818)

birthplace 1607 (1789)

blabbing 1593 (1637)

black man 1591 (1738)

black-browed 1590 (1687)

blastment 1602 (1803)

bloodied 1597 (1631)

blood-stained 1596 (1725)

blue-cap 1596 (1627)

blue-eyed 1610 (1656)

blue-veined 1593 (1797)

blusterer 1597 (1624)

bodikin 1598/1602 (1733)

boding 1593/1594 (1702)

bold-faced 1591 (1635)

bona-roba 1597 (1680)

bonded 1597 (1844)

bookful 1599 (1879)

botch (n) 1605 (1645)

bottled 1594 (1768)

bow-wow 1610 (1651)

boys'-play 1596 (1672)

breaking 1590/1593 (1655)

briareus 1606 (1852)

brimfulness 1599 (1891)

brisky 1590 (1894)

brooch (v) 1606 (1865)

broomstaff 1613 (1711)

bully-rook 1598 (1697)

bumbailiff 1601 (1638)

burdened 1594 (1697)

butchered 1594 (1837)

 

caged 1596; 1609 (1650; -)

calumniating 1606 (1711)

camping (a) 1601 (1872)

canary (v) 1588 (1812)

cannibally 1607 (1702)

canopy (v) 1600 (1698)

caparison (v) 1594; 1600 (1797; 1623)

caper (v) 1588 (1635)

capriccio 1601 (1634)

cased 1595 (1634)

casing 1605 (1812)

castigate 1607 (1665)

Cataian 1598/1601 (1630)

cater 1600 (1713)

cat-like 1600 (1789)

caudle 1607 (1672)

censuring (a) 1606 (1638)

centure 1595 (1624)

cerement 1602 (1820)

ceremoniously 1596 (1621)

chaffless 1611 (18??)

chaliced 1611 (1858)

champion (v) 1605 (1821)

changeful 1606 (1697)

channel (v) 1596 (1644)

chanson 1602 (1639)

chapless 1592/1602 (1812)

characterless 1606 (1830)

cheerer 1599 (1639)

cheese-paring 1597 (1771)

chidden 1606 (1651)

childness 1611 (1856)

chimney-top 1601 (1832)

chop-fallen 1602 (1711)

choppy 1605 (1858)

churchlike 1593 (1852)

Cimmerian 1588 (1797)

circummure 1603 (1636)

climate (v) 1611 (1849)

clod-poll 1601 (1817)

closing (a) 1610 (1667)

clot-poll 1606; 1611 (1632; -)

cloud-capped 1610 (1825)

cloyless 1606 (1813)

coign 1605 (1818)

cold-hearted 1606 (1742)

collected 1610 (1704)

collied 1590 (1634)

combless 1596 (1883)

co-mingle 1602 (1856)

committed 1593 (1649)

commutual 1602 (1627)

companion (v) 1606 (1803)

compassion 1588 (1627)

compelling (a) 1606 (1850)

comply 1602; 1604 (1628; 1634)

compunctious 1605 (1781)

condoling 1590 (1654)

confirmer 1595 (1626)

confix 1603 (1859)

conflicting 1607 (1667)

congregated 1601 (1667)

conquering 1591 (1651)

consanguineous 1601 (1656)

consigned 1606 (1754)

contaminated 1606 (1805)

contending 1592 (1676)

contentless 1607 (1675)

contriving (a) 1606 (1691)

control (n) 1590/1601; 1594 (1788; 1649)

copper-nose 1606 (1822)

corragio 1601/1610 (1850)

corresponsive 1606 (1658)

couching (a) 1596 (1816)

counted 1594 (1813)

counterfeiting (a) 1593 (1627)

coursing (a) 1599 (1735)

court-hand 1593 (1640)

cowed 1608 (1745)

crank (v) 1592/1596 (1830)

craven (v) 1611 (1645)

creating (a) 1611 (1810)

creating (n) 1605 (1715)

credent 1602; 1603/1611 (1800; -)

crestless 1591 (1828)

crimeful 1593/1602 (1877)

crimeless 1592 (1621)

crimson (v) 1601 (1743)

crushed 1599 (1795)

cuckoo-bud 1588 (1821)

cudgel (v) 1596; 1602 (1679; 1679)

cudgelling 1606 (1663)

culled 1588 (1665)

cullionly 1605 (1645)

curbed 1597 (1862)

cursing (a) 1599 (1892)

 

daisied 1611 (1720)

dangling 1593 (1635)

Dardan 1606 (1813)

Dardanian 1596 (1623)

darting (a) 1606 (1634)

dateless 1593 (1624)

dauntless 1593 (1667)

dawn 1599/1603 (1697)

dawning 1588 (1667)

dead man's fingers 1602 (1853)

deafened 1608 (1678)

deafening 1597 (1667)

deceptious 1606 (1789)

deep-mouthed 1595/1599 (1662)

defeated 1602 (1660)

definement 1602 (1867)

defunctive 1601 (1920)

delighted 1603/1604 (1634)

deluding 1596 (1649)

depositary 1605 (1712)

deracinate 1599/1606 (1659)

derived 1590 (1638)

despairing 1591 (1697)

destined 1597 (1637)

dewdrop 1590 (1667) [?1310]

dey-woman 1588 (1828)

diable 1598 (1765)

dialogue (v) 1597; 1607 (1781; 1685)

differency 1607 (1640)

ding (n) 1600 (1801)

disbench 1607 (1874)

discarded 1595 (1718)

disedge 1611 (1647)

dislimn 1606 (1826)

disorb 1606 (1800)

disproportion 1593 (1631)

dispurse 1593 (1625)

disquantity 1605 (1633)

disquietly 1605 (1630)

dissembly 1599 (1684)

disturbed 1592/1601 (1763)

disturbing 1592 (1812)

divest 1605 (1767)

dobbin 1596 (1862)

dog-weary 1596 (1699)

domineering 1588 (1683)

double-lock 1592 (1748)

doughy 1601 (1648)

dower (v) 1605 (1847)

dowerless 1605 (1768)

downstairs 1596/1597 (1631)

dragon's tail 1605 (1786)

droplet 1607 (1788)

dropsied 1601 (1631)

drug (v) 1605 (1828)

duello 1588 (1613)

duteous 1593/1594/1605 (1645)

 

East Indies 1598 (1667)

ecce 1596 (1665)

Edward 1598 (1817)

effectless 1588 (1673)

effuse (n) 1593 (1631)

elbow (v) 1605 (1673)

elf (v) 1605 (1721)

embound 1595 (1633)

embrace (n) 1592 (1633)

employer 1599 (1668)

emptying 1605 (1651)

enchafed 1604 (1801)

enchantingly 1600 (1748)

encompassment 1602 (1882)

encrimsoned 1597 (1824)

encroaching 1593 (1649)

end (v) 1607 (1632)

end-all 1605 (1876)

enfranchisement 1595/1601 (1626)

enhearse 1600 (1633)

enmesh 1604 (1669)

enrapt 1606 (1790)

ensky 1603 (1763)

enswathe 1597 (1827)

entame 1600 (1768)

enthrone 1606 (1651)

entwist 1590 (1683)

Erebus 1596 (1667)

even-handed 1605 (1843)

eventful 1600 (1781)

exacting 1603 (1716)

excitement 1604 (1633)

expertness 1601 (1682)

expressure 1598/1601/1606 (1656)

extolment 1602 (1640)

eye-beam 1588 (1639)

eye-wink 1598 (1818)

 

facinorious 1601 (1636)

fairyland 1590 (1665)

fanged 1602 (1670)

fangless 1597 (1823)

fap 1598 (1818)

far-off 1590 (1632)

fathered 1601/1605 (1856)

fat-witted 1596 (1797)

featureless 1600 (1860)

fee-faw-fum 1605 (1711)

fern-seed 1596 (1630)

festinate 1605 (1822)

festinately 1588 (1886)

fielded 1607 (1808)

fiendlike 1605 (1716)

fill (n) 1596; 1606 (1648; 1632)

film (v) 1602 (1656)

fineless 1604 (1839)

finless 1596 (1775)

fishify 1592 (1768)

fitful 1605 (1744)

fives 1596 (1639)

fixture 1598 (1791)

flame-coloured 1596 (1647)

flaw (v) 1613 (1638)

flawed 1605 (1632)

fleckled 1592 (1700)

fleer (n) 1604 (1654)

footfall 1610 (1826)

foppish 1605 (1657)

foregone 1600/1604 (1656)

forgetive 1597 (1800)

forging 1592 (1679)

foul-mouthed 1595 (1655)

founded 1605 (1671)

foutre 1597 (1622)

Franciscan (a) 1592 (1667)

Frenchwoman 1593 (1870)

fronting (a) 1597 (1711)

full-hearted 1611 (1851)

futurity 1604 (1664)

 

Galen 1598 (1652) [?1369]

gallian 1591/1611 (1630)

galloping (n) 1605 (1687)

gally (v) 1605 (1704)

gentlefolk 1594 (1732)

ghastly 1593 (1813)

gibber (v) 1604 (1791)

girded 1599 (1627) [an earlier citation in Beowulf]

glass eye 1605 (1639)

glaze 1601 (1816)

glib (v) 1611 (1640)

glow (n) 1600 (1727)

gnarled 1603 (1803)

go-between 1598 (1631)

goldenly 1600 (1840)

gormandizing 1597 (1652)

grannam 1597 (1625)

grass-plot 1610 (1685)

gravel-blind 1596 (1818)

graveless 1606 (1855)

graze 1604 (1701)

green-eyed 1596/1604 (1627)

grey-coated 1592 (1853)

grumbling (a) 1596 (1635)

grumbling (n) 1610 (1645)

guessing (a) 1605 (1668)

guiding (a) 1601 (1671)

guiltily 1594 (1662)

 

half-cheek 1588 (1860)

halt (n) 1599 (1775)

hatch (n) 1597/1602 (1624)

heart-sore 1591 (1856)

heart-struck 1605 (1667)

heaving (a) 1606 (1697)

hedge-pig 1605 (1889)

hell-born 1593 (1667)

Hellespont 1591 (1657)

herblet 1611 (1814)

herb-woman 1608 (1642)

hic jacet 1601 (1654)

high-day (int) 1610 (1687)

highmost 1592 (1688)

high-pitched 1593 (1875)

high-reaching 1594 (1667)

high-wrought 1604 (1702)

hillo 1602 (1751)

hinge (v) 1607 (1864)

hoarding (a) 1595 (1641)

hoarding (n) 1593 (1639)

home-keeping 1591 (1826)

homo 1596 (1649)

honoured 1601 (1644)

hoo (int) 1606/1607; 1607 (1883; 1851)

horridly 1602 (1660)

hostile 1594/1596 (1659)

hot-blooded 1598 (1837)

hum (int) 1596/1598 (1847)

hunchbacked 1598 (1635)

 

idle (v) 1592 (1882)

ignobly 1591/1607 (1718)

ill-boding 1591 (1641)

ill-got 1593 (1693)

ill-starred 1604 (1763)

ill-tempered 1601; 1601 (1661; 1825)

illume 1602 (1788)

ill-used 1594/1600 (1656)

immediacy 1605 (1658)

imminence 1606 (1882)

impaint 1596 (1729)

impartment 1602 (1647)

impede 1605 (1698)

impleach 1597 (1829)

import (n) 1588; 1601 (1647; 1685)

importantly 1611 (1647)

impress (n) 1602/1606 (1758)

impress (v) 1596/1605 (1652)

impressed 1605 (1768)

inaudible 1601 (1626)

inauspicious 1592 (1635)

incarnadine 1605 (1639)

inched 1605 (1651)

inclip 1608 (1855)

incorpsed 1602 (1828)

increasing (a) 1597 (1677)

indart 1598 (1882)

indirection 1595/1601; 1602 (1710; 1634)

indistinguishable 1606 (1873)

indistinguished 1605 (1646)

inscroll 1596 (1898)

insculpture (n) 1607 (1646)

inshell 1607 (1814)

instinctively 1610 (1774)

insulter 1592 (1714)

insulting 1591 (1697)

insuppressive 1601 (1742)

interchangement 1601 (1796)

intertissued 1599 (1652)

intruding 1602 (1830)

inurn 1602 (1711)

inventorial 1604 (1830)

inviting (a) 1600; 1604 (1684; 1667)

irreconciled 1599 (1691)

iterance 1604 (1850)

 

jaunce (n) 1598 (1875)

jaunce (v) 1593/1598 (1792)

jig (v) 1588; 1604 (1633; 1713)

jointress 1602 (1697)

joint-ring 1604 (1703)

judgement-day 1591 (1642)

juiced 1592 (1626)

Juno-like 1607 (1896)

 

kecksy 1599 (1800)

keech 1613 (1773)

kingdomed 1606 (1838)

king-killer 1607 (1681)

kissing 1590 (1784)

kitchen-wench 1590 (1678)

 

label (v) 1601 (1786)

lack-lustre 1600 (1782)

lagging 1593 (1655)

languageless 1606 (1848)

lapse (v) 1601; 1611 (-; 1649)

laughable 1596 (1693)

leaky 1606/1610 (1677)

leap-frog 1599 (1672)

leer (n) 1598 (1667)

lengthened 1594/1611 (1705)

lethargy (v) 1605 (1769)

lewdster 1598 (1839)

logger-headed 1596 (1643)

lonely 1607 (1634)

loo (int) 1605/1606 (1681)

looked (a) 1593 (1666)

looking 1590 (1756)

lovered 1597 (1879)

love-token 1590 (1626) [an earlier citation in Beowulf]

lower (v) 1606 (1680)

low-spirited 1588 (1655)

lune 1611 (1778)

lustihood 1599/1606 (1794)

 

majestically 1596 (1670)

malignancy 1601 (1656)

mammock (v) 1607 (1641)

mangling 1592 (1794)

manifested 1603 (1653)

mansionry 1605 (1876)

marriage-bed 1590 (1675)

melted 1599 (1660)

mended 1595 (1859)

merited 1603 (1787)

miching malicho 1602 (1836)

militarist 1601 (1860)

milk-livered 1605 (1760)

millioned 1600 (1749)

minimus 1590 (1879)

minutely 1605 (1668)

miracle (v) 1611 (1656)

misplaced 1595 (1685)

misquote 1596 (1699)

mistaking 1596 (1688)

mistful 1599 (187?)

mist-like 1592 (1813)

mistreading 1596 (1647)

moble 1603 (1655)

mockable 1600 (1837)

monster (v) 1605; 1607 (-; 1833)

monumental 1601; 1604; 1606 (1657; 1647; 1632)

moonbeam 1590 (1626)

morris 1590 (1706)

mortifying 1596 (1638)

motionless 1599 (1634)

mountain snow 1592/1602 (1845)

mountebank (v) 1607 (1702)

mousing (a) 1605 (1904)

moved 1592/1610 (1644)

muddy (v) 1601 (1652)

mull (v) 1607 (1687)

multipotent 1606 (1632)

 

narrow-mouthed 1600 (1629)

nayword 1598; 1601 (1828; 1664)

neat's tongue 1596 (1626)

neglected 1600 (1634)

neglection 1591/1608 (1628)

neighbouring 1601 (1641)

Nemean 1588/1602 (1649)

nervy 1607 (1671)

Nessus 1606 (1835)

Nestor 1588 (1614)

never-dying 1596 (1633)

new-create 1604 (1680)

new-devised 1588 (1637)

new-fallen 1592; 1596/1600 (1621; -)

new-form 1610 (1675)

new-risen 1591/1596 (1650)

newsmonger 1596 (1654)

new-sprung 1592 (1622)

night-fly 1597 (1767)

night-owl 1593/1601 (1691)

night-walking 1594 (1641)

night-wandering 1593 (1651)

nodding 1590 (1634)

noiseless 1601/1605 (1667)

nook-shotten 1599 (1688)

Norweyan 1605 (1817)

notedly 1603 (1797)

novum 1588 (1614)

 

oar (v) 1610 (1725)

obduracy 1597 (1670)

obscenely 1588 (1642)

obscured 1590/1598 (1763)

observingly 1599 (1828)

offenceful 1603 (1970)

onwards 1600 (1697)

operant 1602/1607 (1677)

operate 1606/1611 (1671)

opposeless 1605 (1789)

opposing 1608 (1792)

oppugnancy 1606 (1711)

opulency 1607 (1692)

orbed 1597/1601 (1649)

Ottomite 1604 (1818)

outbreak 1602 (1818)

outbreathed 1597 (1760)

outdared 1593 (1644)

outfrown 1605 (1807)

outgrow 1594 (1655)

out-Herod 1602 (1800)

outlustre 1611 (1655)

outpeer 1611 (1838)

outpray 1593 (1666)

out-prize 1611 (1657)

outroar 1606 (1649)

outscold 1595 (1764)

outsleep 1590 (1814)

outstay 1600 (1635)

outswear 1588/1596 (1690)

outsweeten 1611 (1867)

outswell 1606 (1809)

out-talk 1596 (1672)

out-villain 1601 (1814)

outvoice 1599 (1681)

outweigh 1597 (1646)

overcanopy 1590 (1623)

over-credulous 1605 (1651)

over-eye 1588 (1638)

overglance 1588/1599 (1883)

overgrowth 1602 (1667)

overhang 1599 (1628)

over-kind 1611 (1899)

over-leaven 1602 (1644)

overname 1596 (1902)

overparted 1588 (1614)

overpay 1601/1611 (1702)

over-picture 1606 (1856)

overpower 1593 (1639)

overrate 1611 (1674)

over-red 1605 (1826)

overscutched 1597 (1813)

oversize 1602 (1878)

oversnow 1600 (1697)

over-tedious 1591 (1668)

overteem 1602 (1818)

overview 1588 (1644)

ox-head 1595 (1703)

 

pageant (v) 1606 (1641)

pageantry 1608 (1656)

paiocke 1602 (1899)

pale-faced 1592 (1635)

pander (v) 1602 (1666)

parkward 1598 (1886)

parti- 1588 (1638)

partner (v) 1611 (1819)

pash (n) 1611 (1674)

pebbled 1600 (1720)

pellet (v) 1597/1606 (1870)

pelting (n) 1605 (1830)

peregrinate 1588 (1853)

persistency 1597 (1672)

persistive 1606 (1757)

personating 1607 (1695)

perusal 1600; 1602 (1644; 1653)

petition (v) 1607 (1637) [1631, 1634]

Phoebe 1590 (1681) [?1390]

pibble-pabble 1599 (1953)

pig-nut 1610 (1693)

pioned 1610 (1650)

placcate 1588; 1599 (1632; 1822)

plantage 1606 (1825)

pleached 1606 (1896)

plodder 1588 (1691)

plodding 1588 (1645)

plumpy 1606 (1755)

posied 1597 (1720)

pouncet-box 1596 (1820)

prabble 1599 (1883)

preceptial 1599 (1837)

precurse 1602 (1817)

predecease 1593 (1828)

predeceased 1599 (1880)

preformed 1601 (1866)

preparedly 1606 (1647)

presented 1592 (1631)

preyful 1588 (1624)

primogenitive 1606 (1842)

primy 1602 (1828)

prison-gate 1590 (1794)

profitless 1599 (1643)

promising 1601 (1654)

prompture 1603 (1633)

propertied 1606 (1633)

property (v) 1595; 1607 (1758; 1833)

prophetic 1595/1605; 1604 (1647; 1632)

proposer 1602 (1714)

protesting (n) 1599 (1702)

protractive 1606 (1687)

published 1605 (1644)

pudency 1611 (1794)

pulpiter 1600 (1681)

pupil age 1596/1607 (1631)

puppy-dog 1595 (1664)

purr (v) 1601 (1801)

push-pin 1588 (1645)

 

qualifying 1606 (1704)

quartering 1591 (1692)

queen (v) 1611/1613 (1790)

 

radiance 1601/1605 (1667)

ransomless 1588 (1645)

ranting (a) 1598 (1706)

rat-catcher 1592 (1623)

rated 1595/1596 (1758)

ratifier 1602 (1742)

raw-boned 1591 (1638)

recanting 1593/1607 (1648)

receiving 1599 (1634)

reclusive 1599 (1661)

regardfully 1607 (1647)

regreet 1595; 1596 (1631; 1639)

relenting 1593 (1630)

reliance 1607 (1687)

relume 1604 (1726)

remarked 1613 (1771)

remediate (a) 1605 (1906)

repair (n) 1595/1611; 1600 (1647; 1638)

repasture 1588 (1614)

repeated 1611 (1642)

replenished 1594/1611 (1641)

reprobance 1604 (1878)

required 1601/1604 (1720)

resurvey (v) 1599 (1661)

revealing 1593 (1927)

reverb 1605 (1854)

reverted 1590 (1621)

reviving 1592; 1601 (1667; 1656)

revokement 1613 (1651)

revolted 1593/1611 (1667)

reword 1597; 1602 (-; 1874)

right (n) 1590 (1634)

riveted 1606 (1753)

rondure 1600 (1868)

rooky 1605 (1800)

rootedly 1610 (1653)

rose-cheeked 1592/1607 (1642)

rose-lipped 1604 (1750)

routed 1606 (1678)

rubied 1608 (1634)

rubious 1601 (1819)

rumination 1600 (1658)

rumourer 1607 (1886)

runnion 1598/1605 (1655)

 

sacked 1593 (1632)

sacrificial 1607 (1656)

satisfying 1604 (1725)

savagery 1595; 1599 (1794; 1867)

scaffoldage 1606 (1889)

scarfed 1596 (1837)

scholarly (adv) 1598 (1868)

schooldays 1590/1594 (1798)

scrippage 1600 (1812)

scuffle (n) 1606 (1645)

sea-like (adv) 1606 (1864)

seamy 1604 (1837)

seated 1605 (1667)

sect 1604 (1864)

seemer 1603 (1647)

self-killed 1600 (1671)

self-slaughter 1602 (1649)

self-slaughtered 1593 (1621)

semblative 1601 (1814)

sepulchre (v) 1591; 1605 (1616; 1634)

sequestered 1600 (1766)

servant (v) 1607 (1632)

seven years 1593 (1647)

severing 1592 (1635)

shard-born 1605 (1830)

sheeted 1604 (1630)

sheltered 1594 (1671)

sherris 1597 (1876)

shifted 1595 (1648)

shipwrecking 1605 (1671)

should (n) 1604 (1854)

shudder (n) 1607 (1824)

shunless 1607 (1897)

sickly (v) 1602 (1637)

silliness 1604 (1634)

silverly 1595 (1818)

silver-white 1588 (1715)

sire (v) 1611 (1835)

sister (v) 1608 (1748)

sistering 1597 (1625)

skimble-skamble (a) 1596 (1630)

skim-milk 1596 (1712)

skirted 1598; 1605 (1895; 1730)

skyey 1603 (1799)

skyish 1602 (1816)

slab (a) 1605 (1844)

sledded 1602 (1821)

slickly 1596 (1973)

slightness 1607 (1691)

slippered 1600 (1837)

sliver (v) 1605/1605 (1654)

slug-a-bed 1592 (1648)

sluggardize 1591 (1798)

smirched 1599/1599 (1746)

smutch (v) 1611 (1655)

snail-slow 1596 (1803)

sneak-cup 1596 (1673)

sneap (n) 1597 (1876)

sneaping 1588/1611 (1882)

soaring (a) 1607 (1665)

soiled 1605 (1811)

solicit (n) 1611 (1639)

soliciting (a) 1605 (1704)

soundless 1601 (1663)

sowl 1607 (1636)

sphered 1606 (1820)

spilth 1607 (1812)

spirit-stirring 1604 (1740)

spleenful 1588; 1593 (1631; 1616)

splitting (a) 1593/1606 (1624)

sprag 1598 (1810)

springhalt 1613 (1639)

squabble (v) 1604 (1677)

squeaking (n) 1596 (1653)

stealthy 1605 (1728)

still-stand 1597 (1837)

stitchery 1607 (1780)

stone jug 1596 (1906)

streaked 1596/1611 (1656)

strewment 1602 (1834)

struck 1594 (1629)

successfully 1588; 1600 (1647; -)

sucked 1600 (1667)

sufficing 1606 (1640)

suffocating 1604 (1667)

suggesting 1591 (1828)

sully (n) 1602 (1683)

sumless 1599 (1667)

summer-cloud 1605 (1671)

superflux 1605 (1632)

superserviceable 1605 (1815)

surfeited 1605/1610 (1784)

surviver 1602 (1634)

surviving 1593; 1593 (1660; 1820)

sustaining (a) 1605/1610 (1817)

swag-bellied 1604 (1748)

swallowed 1600 (1667)

swan's-down 1606 (1807)

swelled 1611 (1670)

sweltered 1605 (1814)

 

tamely 1597 (1631)

tangled 1590 (1634)

tanling 1611 (1830)

tardily 1597 (1791)

tardiness 1605 (1751)

Tarpeian 1607 (1671)

tearing (a) 1606 (1686)

tempest-tossed 1592/1605 (1681)

tender-minded 1605 (1907)

tented 1604 (1725)

tested 1603 (1689)

testril 1601 (1905)

Thessalian (a) 1590 (1667)

thick-sighted 1592 (1628)

threateningly 1601 (1819)

three-foot 1590 (1675)

three-inch 1596 (1626)

three-legged 1596 (1685)

threnos 1601 (1840)

throw (v) 1610 (1683)

thumb-ring 1596 (1639)

thunder-bearer 1605 (1661)

time-honoured 1593 (1751)

Timon 1588 (1711)

tirrit 1597 (1892)

tithed 1607 (1845)

tod (v) 1611 (1797)

toged 1604 (1862)

tortive 1606 (1656)

trade-fallen 1596 (1631)

tranced 1605 (1665)

triplex 1601 (1654)

trippingly 1590/1602 (1819)

triumviry 1588 (1656)

true-born 1591/1593 (1645)

true-bred 1596 (1690)

twin-brother 1598 (1727)

 

umbered 1599 (1624)

unaching 1607 (1721)

unaneled 1602 (1740)

unauspicious 1601 (1656)

unbefitting 1588 (1659)

unbless 1600 (1631)

unbloodied 1593 (1791)

unbonneted 1604/1605 (1818)

unbookish 1604 (1644)

unbreeched 1611 (1800)

unbuild 1607 (1642)

unchanging 1593 (1625)

uncharmed 1592 (1757)

unchary 1601 (1818)

unclaimed 1600 (1738)

unclew 1607 (1645)

unclog 1607 (1678)

unconfinable 1598 (1669)

undeaf 1593 (1933)

underpeep 1611 (1827)

under-skinker 1596 (1631)

undeserver 1597 (1630)

undinted 1606 (1636)

undistinguishable 1590 (1645)

undivulged 1605 (1854)

undreamed 1611 (1827) [1636]

unduteous 1598 (1645)

unearthly 1611 (1795)

uneducated 1588 (1676)

unexperient 1597 (1750)

unexpressive 1600 (1629)

unfamed 1606 (1724)

unfathered 1597 (1726)

unfilial 1611 (1648)

unfix 1597/1605 (1775)

unfool 1598 (1632)

unforfeited 1596 (1663)

unfrequented 1588 (1653)

ungained 1606 (1860)

ungalled 1590/1602 (1621)

ungored 1604 (1647)

ungravely 1607 (1698)

ungrown 1592/1596 (1633)

unhand 1602 (1655)

unhatched(a1) 1601 (1794)

unhelpful 1593 (1643)

unhidden 1599 (1829)

unkinged 1593 (1818)

unkinglike 1611 (1892)

unlicked 1593 (1618)

unlincensed 1608 (1685)

unlink 1600 (1635)

unmeritable 1594/1601 (1797)

unmitigated 1599 (1814)

unmusical 1607 (1637)

unmuzzle 1600 (1639)

unnerved 1602 (1659)

unpitifully 1598 (1709)

unpolicied 1606 (1654)

unpolluted 1602 (1653)

unpossessing 1605 (1757)

unpregnant 1602/1603 (1868)

unpremeditated 1591 (1619)

unprevailing 1602 (1693)

unprofited 1601 (1796)

unpruned 1588; 1593 (1619; 1621)

unraked 1598 (1659)

unreal 1605 (1645)

unreversed 1591 (1648)

unrivalled 1591 (1667)

unscratched 1595 (1667)

unsex 1605 (1793)

unshrinking 1605 (1706)

unshunnable 1604 (1839)

unshunned 1603 (1648)

unslipping 1606 (1822)

unsmirched 1602 (1784)

unsolicited 1588/1613 (1680)

unsphere 1611 (1643)

unstooping 1593 (1816)

unsullied 1588 (1621)

unswayable 1607 (1945)

unswear 1595/1596 (1640)

untalked 1592 (1669)

untender 1605/1611 (1678)

untented 1605 (1822)

unthread 1595 (1634)

untimbered 1606 (1814)

untreasure 1600 (1819)

unvarnished 1604 (1780)

unvulnerable 1607 (1666)

unwedgeable 1603 (1802)

unwept 1594 (1633)

unwhipped 1605 (1732)

unyielding 1592 (1724)

up-pricked 1592 (1777)

uproar (v) 1605 (1811)

uproused 1592 (1796)

upstairs 1596 (1658)

upturned 1592 (1797)

urging 1590 (1615)

useful 1595; 1606 (1646; 1634)

useless 1593 (1623)

ushering 1588 (1613)

 

vagrom 1599 (1863)

valueless 1595 (1684)

varied 1588/1588 (1718)

varletry 1606 (1757)

vastidity 1603 (1812)

vaulting 1605 (1637)

versal 1592 (1664)

viewless 1603 (1634)

villagery 1590 (1822)

violated 1593/1600 (1625)

visiting (a) 1606 (1710)

votary 1603 (1639)

vulnerable 1605 (1696)

 

wafture 1601 (1742)

waned 1593 (1640)

war-proof 1599 (1777)

warranted 1600/1603/1605 (1693)

warring 1608 (1697)

war-worn 1599 (1757)

watch-case 1597 (1671)

watch-dog 1610 (1770)

water-drop 1593/1606; 1605 (1821; 1818)

water-fly 1606 (1655)

waverer 1592 (1640)

weather-fend 1610 (1788)

week (int) 1588 (1719)

well-accomplished 1588 (1650)

well-behaved 1598 (1633)

well-bred 1597 (1634)

well-composed 1606 (1651)

well-descended 1611 (1650)

well-divided 1606 (1634)

well-educated 1588 (1704)

well-famed 1606 (1870)

well-fitted 1588 (1656)

well-flowered 1592 (1845)

well-married 1592/1600 (1741)

well-painted 1593/1604 (1901)

well-reputed 1591/1601 (1642)

well-respected 1596 (1633)

well-saved 1600 (1851)

well-warranted 1603 (1644)

well-won 1596 (1786)

wenching (a) 1606 (1719)

wheeled 1606 (1633)

whereuntil 1588 (1818)

white-bearded 1596 (1914)

wifelike (a) 1613 (1796)

wrack 1591 (1666) [error for rack]

writing 1592 (1711)

 

Xantippe 1596 (1691)

 

yellow (v) 1600 (1629)

yelping 1591/1623 (1664)

yoking 1592 (1643)

young-eyed 1596 (1777)

 

Shakespeare is the first of several people using a word, in one or more senses, but the later usages occur within 25 years: total 462

 

Shakespeare is the first recorded user of a word in a particular sense, but other people use the same word-sense either in the same year or up to (but not including) 25 years of his usage. In such cases we might reasonably conclude that the usage was current. ( ) shows the date of the next usage of the word by someone else. [ ] contains the date of any related senses which fall in between these two dates.

 

abode (v) 1593/1603 (1603)

abstemious 1610 (1632) [1624]

adulterate 1590/1594 (1607) [1592]

affecting (a) 1598 (1611)

after-time 1597 (1603)

a-height 1605 (1622)

a-high-lone 1597 (1604)

ajax 1588 (1596)

ambuscado 1592 (1598)

anchovy 1596 (1620)

apoplex (v) 1602 (1624)

arch-villain 1603 (1623)

assailing (a) 1592 (1592)

atomy 1591 (1605) [1595]

attorneyship 1591 (1598)

 

bald-pated 1603 (1606)

bandit 1593 (1594)

bateless 1593 (1595)

beachy 1597 (1621)

bemonster 1605 (1608)

benet (v) 1602 (1614)

beseech (n) 1606 (1625)

bet (v) 1597 (1600)

bewhore 1604 (1623)

black-faced 1592; 1594 (1611; 1773)

blood-sucking 1593 (1601)

blue coat 1593 (1598)

bodement 1605 (1613)

boot (n2) 1593/1599 (1596)

boundless 1592 (1592)

bow-hand 1588 (1596)

braggartism 1591 (1601)

buck-washing 1598 (1611)

bump (n1) 1592 (1611)

buzz (int) 1602 (1608)

buzz (n1) 1605 (1612)

by-room 1596 (1615)

 

cacodemon 1594 (1594) [1398]

calf-skin 1590/1595 (1604)

candle-waster 1599 (1599)

canopied 1593 (1611)

carbonadoed (a) 1601 (1615)

casket (v) 1601 (1603)

character (v) 1591/1600; 1602 (1609; 1641)

charmingly 1610 (1611)

charneco 1593 (1594)

childed 1605 (1615)

chimney-piece 1611 (1622)

choir (v) 1596 (1610)

chuck (n2) 1588/1599 (1607)

circling 1588 (1611)

clack-dish 1603 (1608)

clamour (v2) 1611 (1630)

clang (n) 1596 (1615)

clangor 1593 (1605)

clyster-pipe 1604 (1622)

cock-shut 1594 (1603)

commeddle 1602 (1612)

commixture 1588/1593 (1601) [1592]

compact 1591; 1590 (1597; 1652)

compeer 1605 (1615)

conceitless 1591 (1613)

condolement 1602; 1608 (1602; 1670)

conflux 1606 (1612)

conjointly 1601 (1615)

consort 1588; 1590 (1609; 1611) [1588, 1590, 1594, 1599]

countless 1588/1592 (1607)

court-cupboard 1592 (1606)

courtship 1588; 1592; 1593; 1596 (1601; 1630; 1638; 1676)

cow (v) 1605 (1616)

critic 1588 (1598)

crop-ear 1596 (1618)

crossly 1593 (1596)

 

daff (v) 1596/1599/1599; 1597/1606; 1604 (-; 1601; -)

dapple (v) 1599 (1620)

dareful 1605 (1614)

day-bed 1594 (1613)

day's-work 1594 (1610)

dedicated 1600 (1611)

deem (n) 1606 (1629)

defeat (n) 1599/1602; 1599 (1621; 1645)

defunction 1599 (1617)

despite (pr) 1593 (1602)

devote (a) 1596 (1597)

devoted 1594 (1611) [1600]

dexteriously 1601 (1605)

dickens 1598 (1600)

direness 1605 (1610)

disgraceful 1591 (1615) [1597]

disgracious 1594 (1611) [1598]

dishearten 1599 (1606)

dishonoured 1603/1605 (1611)

dishorn 1598 (1603)

dismask 1588 (1599)

dispose (n) 1590; 1606 (1594; 1609)

distilment 1602 (1611)

distractedly 1597/1601 (1608)

distrustful 1591 (1600)

disturb (n) 1594 (1597)

disvalue 1603 (1605)

dog's-leather 1593 (1611)

down-fallen 1596 (1602)

downtrod 1596 (1606)

Dowsabel 1590 (1593)

drab (v) 1602 (1624)

drollery 1597; 1610 (1606; 1614)

dry-nurse 1598 (1618) [1614]

duellist 1592 (1616)

 

edged 1591 (1593)

effigies 1600 (1615)

elf-lock 1592 (1596)

embraced 1596 (1599)

employment 1593; 1595; 1597/1598 (1658; 1603; 1607)

encage 1593 (1595)

enfetter 1604 (1611)

engrafted 1600 (1611)

enjoyer 1600 (1607)

enrank 1591 (1610)

entreasure 1597 (1610)

enwheel 1604 (1621)

eryngo 1598 (1599)

exhale 1594; 1599 (1611; 1601)

exhibiter 1599 (1613)

eye-ball (n) 1592 (1607)

eyestring 1601 (1607)

 

fading (n) 1611 (1611)

fair-faced 1588; 1595 (1607; 1616)

fantastico 1597 (1600)

farm-house 1598 (1603)

fashionable 1606 (1609) [1607, 1608]

fer (v) 1599 (1611)

fever (v) 1606 (1624)

figo 1599 (1600)

fire-eyed 1596 (1601)

fire-new 1594 (1599)

flap-dragon (n) 1588 (1599)

flewed 1590 (1592)

flirt-gill 1592 (1613)

fluxive 1597 (1605)

fly-bitten 1597 (1598)

fortune-teller 1590 (1612)

forward (v) 1596 (1605)

foster-nurse 1600 (1607)

frampold 1598 (1600)

freezing (a) 1611 (1625)

French crown 1590 (1599)

fretful 1593; 1602 (1594; 1632)

furrowed 1599 (1615)

 

Galloway 1597 (1597)

gangrene (v) 1607 (1626) [1614]

gaping (a) 1588 (1607)

generous 1588; 1588 (1603; 1656)

gloomy 1588 (1602) [1590]

glove (v) 1597 (1606)

glutton (v) 1600 (1602)

gnarl (v) 1593 (1596)

Golgotha 1593 (1604)

Goliath 1591 (1607)

graced 1593/1605 (1605)

greasily 1588 (1607)

grime (n) 1590 (1612)

guardage 1604 (1621)

gust (n1) 1588/1600 (1612)

happy(v) 1600 (1600)

hare-finder 1599 (1611)

hawking (a) 1601 (1601)

heart-burning (a) 1588 (1590)

helm (v2) 1603 (1607)

high-lone 1597 (1602)

hint (n) 1604/1610/1611; 1604 (1621; 1609)

Hiren 1597 (1598)

hollo (int) 1588 (1589)

homespun (n) 1590 (1604)

honeyless 1601 (1609)

honey-tongued 1588 (1598)

horn-book 1588 (1589)

hovering (a) 1611 (1635) [1630]

howl (n) 1599; 1605 (1697; 1605)

hurly 1596 (1600)

hurricano (n) 1605/1606 (1627)

hurry (v) 1590/1591; 1592; 1595 (1602; 1601; 1621)

hush (a) 1602 (1607)

 

idle-headed 1598 (1614) [1599]

impartial 1593; 1597 (1601; 1620)

impose (n) 1591 (1605)

incony 1588 (1592)

increaseful 1593 (1599)

individable 1602 (1602)

infectiously 1606 (1612)

injurer 1595 (1611)

inlay (v) 1596 (1606) [1598]

inship 1591 (1615)

insinew 1597 (1611)

insinuating 1591 (1592)

instate 1603 (1614) [1613]

insteep (v) 1599/1604 (1611)

intercepter 1601 (1611)

interchain 1590 (1603)

interposer 1596 (1617)

 

Jack-a-Lent 1598; 1598 (1604; 1654)

jade (v) 1601/1613; 1606 (1626; 1615)

jaunt (n) 1592 (1599)

jet (v2) 1588/1594 (1590)

Joan 1588/1595 (1612)

juvenal 1588 (1607)

 

knit (n) 1596 (1603)

 

lady-bird 1592 (1599)

lady-smock 1588 (1597)

lamely 1591/1594 (1599)

lament (n) 1591 (1592)

land-rat 1596 (1609)

law (int) 1588 (1602)

lieutenantry 1604/1606 (1604)

lip (v) 1604/1606 (1605)

list (n6) 1602/1606/1613 (1622)

livery (v) 1597 (1611)

loggerhead 1588 (1595)

long-legged 1590 (1592)

love-letter 1598 (1622) [1240]

luggage 1596 (1596)

lugged (a1) 1596 (1598)

lustick 1601 (1607)

 

madame 1599 (1599)

madcap 1588 (1598) [1589]

Madeira 1596 (1612)

malefaction 1602 (1624)

manager 1588/1590 (1598)

marrowless (a1) 1605 (1607)

masterpiece 1605 (1605)

Mephistopheles 1598 (1598)

metamorphize 1591 (1596)

mewl (v) 1600 (1611)

mimic (n) 1590 (1599)

misgiving (n) 1601 (1612)

Monarcho 1588 (1596)

Monmouth 1599 (1605)

montant 1598/1599 (1598)

moral (v) 1600 (1608)

mothy 1596 (1598)

mountaineer 1610 (1625)

mournfully 1607 (1611)

movingly 1591 (1611)

muffled 1593 (1599)

murdering piece 1602 (1603)

muset 1592 (1595)

mutineer (n) 1610 (1630)

 

naiad 1610 (1622)

neglectingly 1596 (1616)

negotiate 1599 (1601)

new-built 1596 (1597)

Newgate 1596 (1600)

niggard (v) 1600; 1601 (1609; -)

nimble-footed 1598 (1618)

numbered 1611 (1628)

 

obsequiously 1594 (1608) [1599]

ode 1588 (1589)

off-cap 1604 (1606)

offenceless 1604 (1611)

orange-tawny 1590 (1594)

outdare 1596; 1607 (1613; 1674)

outlook (v) 1595 (1600)

outsell 1611 (1625)

outstare 1596 (1602)

out-tongue 1604 (1607)

overblown (a1) 1596 (1601)

over-cool 1597 (1616)

over-veil 1591 (1606)

 

palliament 1588 (1593)

palmy (a) 1602 (1617)

passado 1588 (1598)

paternal 1605 (1614) [1611]

peaking 1598 (1622)

pedant 1588 (1599) [1596]

pedantical (a1) 1588 (1603)

peeping (n2) 1593 (1593)

pendulous 1605 (1605)

perplex (v) 1595/1604 (1611)

picked-hatch 1598 (1599)

pious 1602; 1603/1605 (1628; 1616)

pip (n2) 1596 (1620) [1604]

poniard (n) 1588 (1590)

pooh (int) 1602 (1604)

poppering 1592 (1609) [?1529]

portcullis (v) 1593 (1611)

premeditated 1590 (1593)

prevailment 1590 (1599)

pribble-prabble 1598 (1615)

priceless 1593 (1607)

printless 1610 (1634)

prodigiously 1595 (1605)

Promethean (a) 1588 (1597)

Prometheus 1588 (1595)

puke (v) 1600 (1623) [1601]

 

quarrelsome 1596 (1616)

quillet (n2) 1588 (1609)

 

red-tailed 1601 (1611)

refuge (v) 1593 (1594)

relier 1593 (1616)

relish (v2) 1591/1593 (1608)

remorseful 1591 (1610) [1592]

remorseless 1593; 1593 (1612; 1742)

repine (n) 1592 (1600)

reportingly 1599 (1611)

reposal 1605 (1614)

reprieve (n) 1598/1603; 1603; 1607 (1680; -; 1623)

repure (v) 1606 (1611)

resolve (n) 1591; 1592 (1602; 1600)

retirement 1596; 1599; 1603 (1643; 1615; 1654)

revolting (a) 1593/1595 (1611)

Rialto 1596 (1611)

ripening (a) 1592 (1602)

roadway 1597 (1600)

roguery 1596 (1611)

rooting (a2) 1594 (1613)

rouse (n3) 1602; 1602; 1602 (1626; 1619; 1616)

rout (v10) 1611 (1617)

ruffling (a1) 1596 (1607) [1606]

ruttish 1601 (1602)

sanctuarize 1602 (1609)

sanded 1590 (1607)

'sblood 1598/1599/1604 (1606)

scale (v1) 1603/1607 [1622]

schoolboy 1588 (1599)

screech-owl 1593; 1606 (1612; 1819)

scroyle 1595 (1601)

scrubbed 1596 (1607)

sea-maid 1590/1603 (1609)

sea-salt (a) 1588 (1596)

self-glorious 1599 (1611)

sentinel (v) 1593 (1598)

shelvy (a1) 1598 (1609)

shipwrecked 1590 (1593)

shooting star 1593 (1607)

short-lived 1588; 1588 (1608; 1645)

shuffling (a) 1596 (1609)

silk stocking 1597 (1611)

slaughtered 1588; 1593 (1597; 1669)

slaughterer 1591 (1611)

slaughtering (a) 1588 (1592)

'slid 1598 (1606)

sluice (v) 1593 (1599)

sneak (v) 1596; 1599 (1604; 1607)

sneak-up (n) 1596 (1620)

snip-snap (adv) 1588 (1596)

soft-hearted 1593 (1602)

solus 1599 (1605)

sonance 1599 (1608)

sonneting 1588 (1597)

soothing (a) 1599 (1603)

soothsay (v) 1606 (1611)

spectacled 1607 (1624)

spitting (n1) 1613 (1631)

splitted 1593 (1597)

sportive 1590; 1594/1600 (1593; 1855)

squinny (v1) 1605 (1608)

stanchless 1605 (1612)

stanza 1588 (1596)

stelled 1605 (1628)

stockish 1596 (1612)

strumpet (v) 1590; 1600 (1608; 1632)

stuck (n2) 1601/1602 (1614)

subdued 1604 (1615)

subduement 1606 (1619)

sued 1607 (1621)

sully (v) 1591/1612; 1596; 1611 (1657; 1654; 1615)

sunlike 1596 (1611)

supervise 1588 (1596)

supplicant (a) 1597 (1605)

surreined 1599 (1601)

swagger (v) 1590; 1597/1599; 1605/1606 (1612; 1599; 1613)

swift-footed 1600 (1617)

swift-winged 1591 (1592)

switch (n) 1592 (1600)

 

tallow-face 1592 (1616)

tardy (v) 1611 (1623)

three-pile 1603 (1607)

three-piled 1588; 1603 (1616; 1605)

tied 1591 (1597)

tightly 1598 (1598)

tiring-house 1590 (1612)

tirra-lirra 1611 (1613)

torrent 1601 (1609) [uncertain usage in 1398]

torture (v) 1588; 1593 (1611; 1594)

torturer 1593 (1597)

tranquil 1604 (1623)

trash (v) 1610 (1619)

tucket 1593/1599/1601 (1605)

tu-whit, tu-whoo 1588 (1594)

twin-born 1599 (1610)

twinned 1607/1611; 1611 (1621; 1641)

twire 1600 (1602) [1601]

two-headed 1596 (1596)

 

udge 1598 (1603)

unaccommodated 1605 (1627)

unacted 1593 (1613)

unappeased 1588 (1597)

unattainted 1592 (1600)

unbacked 1592 (1613)

unbated 1596; 1602 (1611; 1815)

unbegot 1593 (1604)

uncomfortable 1592 (1615) [1592]

uncontemned 1613 (1634)

uncropped 1601 (1610)

uncurbed 1599 (1621)

uncurl 1588 (1601)

undeck 1593 (1598)

underprize 1596 (1598)

undervalue 1596 (1612) [1599, 1611]

undishonoured 1590 (1613)

unfeed 1605 (1628)

ungartered 1591 (1607)

ungoverned 1591; 1594 (1622; 1606)

unhappy (v) 1593 (1605)

unhardened 1590 (1608)

unhatched (a2) 1601 (1619)

unhospitable 1601 (1612)

unlive 1593 (1600)

unmitigable 1610 (1628)

unmuzzled 1601 (1604)

unparagoned 1611 (1611)

unpathed 1611 (1628)

unpeg 1602 (1611)

unscarred 1594 (1598)

unscissored 1608 (1631)

unscorched 1601 (1612)

unseconded 1597 (1608)

unshown 1606 (1614)

unsounded 1591; 1593 (1616; 1607)

unspeak 1605 (1615)

unstringed 1593 (1599)

untent 1606 (1611)

untirable 1607 (1607)

untired 1594 (1616) [1600]

untread 1592/1596 (1615)

untrim 1600 (1611)

untutored 1593; 1593 (1598; 1644)

unvenerable 1611 (1616)

unweeded 1602 (1624)

unwillingness 1593 (1600)

upcast (n) 1611 (1619)

upshoot 1588 (1603)

usuring 1607 (1609)

 

valorously 1599 (1614)

vary (n) 1600 (1605)

vasty 1596/1599 (1605)

vaultage 1599 (1605)

via (int) 1596; 1596; 1598 (1596; 1611; 1821)

viliaco 1593 (1599)

votress 1590 (1607)

vouch (n) 1603 (1610)

 

weather-bitten 1611 (1624)

well-beseeming 1588/1596 (1611)

well-conceited 1597 (1598)

well-foughten 1599 (1622)

well-ordered 1606 (1615)

well-read 1596 (1607)

well-refined 1600 (1611)

widen 1607 (1627)

wind-shaked 1604 (1624)

winnowed 1602/1606 (1611)

wittolly 1598 (1605)

worm-hole 1593/1599 (1615)

 

zany 1588 (1596)

 

Shakespeare's is the only use of a word in a particular sense, but there is a related sense used by someone else within 25 years: total 29.

 

balked 1596 [1597]

Bergamask 1590 [1602]

bewailed 1600 [1624]

buzzer 1602 [1606]

 

circumstanced 1604 [1611]

climature 1604 [1615]

coasting (n) 1606 [1621]

combustious 1592 [1594]

composture 1607 [1614]

 

disdained 1596 [1598]

 

equivocal 1601 [1601]

expedience 1593/1596/1599/1606 [1608]

 

informal 1603 [1608]

initiate (a) 1605 [1610]

 

large-handed 1607 [1628]

 

obliged 1596 [1604]

overhold 1606 [1627]

 

purse-taking 1596 [1611]

push (int) 1599 [1605]

 

reinforcement 1607 [1617]

 

shelve 1591 [1598]

spright (v) 1611 [1611]

 

unbred 1600 [1622]

unprizable 1601 [1604]

unquestionable 1600 [1603]

unswayed 1594/1600 [1615]

untitled 1605 [1612]

 

valued 1605 [1607]

 

worn-out 1593 [1612]

 

Shakespeare is the first of several people using a word, in one or more senses, whose later usages occur at least 25 years later; however, a different sense of the word occurs within 25 years: total 151

 

The following are cases where a word develops different senses, and some of those other senses are used within 25 years of Shakespeare's use. Would they have influenced each other? For example, adjunct (n) in its basic sense is used by Shakespeare in 1588, and is also used by someone else in the same year, but in the context of logic. ( ) shows the date of the next recorded use in the same sense. [ ] include the dates of the other senses that fall within the 25-year period.

 

accommodation 1604 (1650) [1616]

acting (n) 1601 (1853) [1603]

addiction 1604 (1634) [1625]

adjunct (n) 1588 (1677) [1588, 1589, 1610]

aerial 1604 (1697) [1606, 1610, 1621]

affect (v) 1606 (1722) [1611]

amazement 1595; 1602; 1606 (1641; 1611; 1671) [1596]

ambassy 1588 (1742) [1600]

annexion 1600 (1641) [1611]

apostrophe 1588 (1611) > 1588 (1727) [1611]

applause (n) 1596 (1623) [1601, 1612]

audaciously 1588 (1611) >1588 (1855) [1611]

auspicious 1601; 1610 (1756; 1858) [1614, 1616]

 

bachelorship 1591 (1833) [1611]

backing 1596 (1633) [1607]

battalia 1594 (1639) [1613]

belly (v) 1606 (1790) [1624]

blanket (v) 1605 (1865) [1609]

blushing 1593 (1648) [1613]

bounding 1593 (1789) [1597]

bower (v) 1592 (1798) [1596]

branchless 1606 (1879) [1611]

buskined 1590 (1704) [1595]

 

cake (v) 1607 (1708) [1615]

catling 1592/1606 (1708) [1612]

circumstantial 1600; 1611 (1616; 1727) [1608]

cold-blooded 1595 (1826) [1602]

compromise 1596 (1799) [1598]

compulsive 1602; 1604 (1637; 1655) [1611]

confining 1595 (1691) [1597]

critical 1590/1604 (1665) [1601]

crossness 1599 (1677) [1605]

curl (n) 1602 (1665) [1615]

curvet 1592; 1600 (1682; 1649) [1613]

 

death's-head 1596/1597 (1684) [1605]

defeature 1590/1592 (1797) [1592, 1598, 1609]

denote 1592; 1598 (1632; 1646) [1612]

design 1588/1594; 1605 (1659; 1657) [1593]

discontent 1588 (1659) [1591, 1605]

disliking 1592 (1649) [1596]

dislocate 1605 (1658) [1623]

dispunge 1606 (1876) [1622]

distasteful 1607 (1639) [1607, 1611]

distracted 1590; 1602/1607 (1657; 1667) [1598]

distressful 1591/1604; 1599 (1750; -) [1601]

dropped 1600 (1797) [1611]

dwindle 1596/1605 (1649) [1610]

 

educate 1588 (1863) [1607]

Elysium 1599 (1640) [1599, 1603, 1616]

enamelled 1590/1591 (1854) [1604, 1613]

enchanted 1593 (1846) [1596]

ensconce 1590/1593; 1598 (1628; 1826) [1590, 1590, 1600]

epileptic (a) 1605 (1655) [1608]

estate (v) 1590 (1622) [1609]

exposure 1605; 1606 (1853; 1793) [1611]

extravagancy 1601 (1634) [1625]

 

fooling (n) 1601 (1827) [1609]

fount 1593/1613 (1641) [1593]

frugal 1598 (1656) [1603]

 

gabble (n) 1601 (1638) [1602]

gallantry 1606 (1635) [1613]

garden-house 1603 (1678) [1607, 1607]

germen 1605 (1691) [1628]

gossip (v) 1590; 1601 (1611; 1716) [1611]

grafter 1599 (1770) [1616]

grey-eyed 1592 (1670) [1596]

grovel 1593 (1634) [1605]

 

hand (v) 1610/1611 (1721) [1624, 1631, 1634]

hard-handed 1590 (1883) [1593]

heated 1593 (1751) [1617]

humour (v) 1588/1590; 1588 (1656; 1648) [1605]

 

impawn 1596 (1625) [1613]

impressure 1600/1601 (1631) [1607]

incidency 1611 (1663) [165]

inducement 1594; 1601 (1632; 1648) [1594, 1605, 1605]

ingenuous 1588/1611 (1653) [1598, 1599, 1607, 1611]

inventory 1601 (1645) [1622]

investment 1597/1602 (1794) [1615]

invitation 1598 (1654) [1611, 1615]

invulnerable 1595 (1596) [1663]

 

joinder 1601 (1884) [1607]

 

launder 1597 (1664) [1610]

light-heeled 1590 (1647) [1602, 1613]

locking (n) 1611 (1776) [1632]

lustrous 1601 (1742) [1605]

 

majestic 1601/1610 (1664) [1610]

marketable 1600/1610 (1652) [1602]

mew (int) 1596 (1718) [1606]

misconceived 1591 (1612) [1595]

money's-worth 1588 (1875) [1604]

mud (v) 1593; 1610 (1686; -) [1593]

multitudinous 1605; 1607 (1794; -) [1606]

 

neglect () 1588/1600; 1591 (1665; 1634) [1597]

nighted 1604/1605 (1882) [1605]

 

O (n) 1588/1590/1599; 1605 (1838; 1649) [1611]

obscene 1593 (1664) [1598]

Olympian 1593 (1667) [1603]

ostent 1596 (1646) [1598]

 

palate (v) 1606 (1739) [1610]

poster 1605 (1651) [1605]

press (n) 1596 (1667) [1599]

proficient (n) 1596 (1678) [1602, 1610]

prologue (v) 1601 (1680) [1622]

proof 1592/1607 (1631) [1602]

puisne (a) 1600 (1635) [1613]

 

rancorous 1590 (1667) [1590, 1592]

refractory 1606 (1653) [1610, 1613, 1617]

respeak 1602 (1855) [1620]

rigol 1593/1597 (1733) [1599]

rival (v) 1605 (1654) [1609]

 

sanctimonious 1603 (1652) [1604]

sapless 1591; 1591 (1678; 1618) [1598, 1602]

sate 1602 (1712) [1613]

Scotch 1599 (1669) [1606]

scraping 1593 (1618) [1599]

screw (v) 1605; 1611 (1615; 1669) [1611, 1611, 1612, 1612, 1614, 1622]

secure 1593; 1604/1605 (1697; 1655) [1602, 1602, 1610, 1617, 1617]

securely 1588/1593 (1631) [1597]

shag 1592 (1634) [1596]

sheet (v) 1606 (1807) [1621]

snail-paced 1594/1606 (1646) [1601]

sphery 1590 (1634) [1600]

spirit (v) 1599 (1644) [1608]

squash 1590/1601/1611 (1887) [1611]

still-born 1597 (1648) [1607]

submerge 1606 (1688) [1611]

successful 1588; 1588/1596 (1617; 1638) [1592]

supervize 1588; 1593/1593; 1600 (1606; 1596; 1600) [1591, 1597, 1600, 1605]

 

tenantless 1591 (1814) [1613]

tetchy 1592 (1639) [1592]

traditional 1594 (1644) [1600]

transcendance 1601 (1644) [1625]

tutor 1592 (1621) [1592]

 

unaware 1592 (1667) [1598]

unbosom 1588 (1645) [1610]

uncompassionate 1591 (1663) [1608]

uncurrent 1601 (1639) [1611]

undress 1596 (1674) [1598, 1615]

unfirm 1592 (1625) [1601, 1616]

unfledged 1602; 1611; 1611 (1669; 1717; 1760) [1615]

unpublished 1605 (1850) [1607]

unquestioned 1601; 1603 (1655; -) [1622]

unrelenting 1588 (1621) [1609]

unurged 1590 (1623) [1594]

usher in 1600 (1656) [1613]

ventage 1602 (1776) [1615, 1623]

well-mounted 1595 (1630) [1607]

widowed 1600 (1627) [1606]

wild goose chase 1592 (1623) [1602]

worthless 1588/1591; 1591 (1664; 1611) [1592]

wry-necked 1596 (1842) [1608]

 

Shakespeare's is the first and only recorded usage, but the item is a corruption, such as a malapropism: total 10

 

apathaton, cangenet, cardinally, dich, egma, exion, gratility, impeticos, prenzie, pulsidge

 

 

Shakespeare is the first user of a word in a particular sense, but there is one or more earlier uses in another sense: total 185

 

The earlier date or dates is shown in [ ]. ( ) indicate the next recorded use of the Shakespearian sense. Two successive uses by Shakespeare of the same sense are separated by semi-colons.

 

act (v) 1610; 1611 (1659; 1684) [1594, 1594, 1598, 1602, 1611]

adhere 1598 /1605 [1597, 1620]

admirable 1598 (1604) [1596, 1598]

admittance 1598; 1598 (-; 1622) [1589, 1593, 1594]

adorer 1611 (1665) [1602]

advantageous 1610 (1618) [1598, 1599]

affectionately 1606 (1611) [1588]

affined 1604 [1597]

alarm (v) 1605 (1662) [1590]

altering 1611 (1646) [1605]

antic 1606 [1589]

arbitrate 1592; 1605 (1647; 1631) [1590, 1619]

ascent 1607 (1744) [1600, 1611, 1614]

attest (v) 1599; 1606 (1794; 1796) [1596]

 

ballad (v) 1606 (1636) [1592]

bank (v) 1595 [1590, 1598]

barricado (n) 1611 (1656) [1590]

barricado (v) 1601 (1678) [1598, 1611, 1611]

base-born 1593 (1741) [1591, 1605]

batten 1602 (1693) [1591, 1605, 1611, 1611]

bilbo 1598; 1598 (1603; 1690) [1592]

billet 1607 (1618) [1599, 1606]

bird's-nest 1599 (1760) [1597]

bitten 1613 (1789) [1599, 1616]

borne 1605 [1600]

brisk 1597; 1601 (1697; 1665) [1560, 1590]

bristly 1592 (1645) [1591]

buckler (v) 1592 [1590]

budge 1601/1607 (1630) [1590]

buoy (v) 1605 (1625) [1596]

 

canary (n) 1597/1601 (1641) [1592]

candied 1602 (1649) [1600, 1616]

caper (n) 1601 (1691) [1592, 1626]

carbonado (v) 1611 (1630) [1596]

cash 1599 (1641) [1593, 1595, 1596, 1614]

caviare 1602 (1822) [1591, 1620]

caw (v) 1590 (1600s) [1589]

censure 1603 (1618) [1589, 1590, 1596, 1597, 1598]

charactery 1598/1601 (1818) [1588]

coactive 1611 (1841) [1596, 1605]

cohere 1601/1603 (1634) [1598, 1606, 1616]

colly 1604 (1615) [1590]

competence 1597 (1623) [1594]

competency 1596 (1796) [1594, 1597, 1616]

composure 1606; 1609 (1665; 1613) [1599, 1601, 1603, 1609, 1612]

confectionary (n) 1607 (1616) [1599, 1605]

connive 1611 (1640) [1602]

constringe 1606 (1621) [1604]

cony-catch 1598 (1600) [1592]

court-of-guard 1591 (1647) [1590]

cudgelled 1599 (1797) [1598]

 

damasked 1600 (1600s) [1599, 1611]

debauch (v) 1601 (1632) [1595, 1603, 1623]

deedless 1606 (1621) [1598]

directive 1606 [1594, 1610]

disaster 1602 (1635) [1591]

disproportioned 1604 [1597]

drawl (v) 1598 (1604) [1597]

 

eminence 1603/1613; 1605; 1606 (1652; -; 1613) [1597, 1609]

emulate 1598 (1660) [1589, 1597, 1603, 1611]

enring 1590 (1825) [1589]

entrance (v) 1608 (1712) [1593, 1599]

enwomb 1601 (1625) [1590, 1591]

essay (n) 1600 (1605) [1597, 1598]

exalted 1601; 1601 (1631; 1665) [1594, 1623]

exist 1605 (1716) [1602]

expectance 1606 [1602, 1603, 1611]

expectancy 1602 (1805) [1598, 1600, 1620]

expeditious 1610 (1664) [1599]

 

foredoom 1608 (1647) [1591]

 

garb 1599 (1599) [1591, 1599, 1599]

groundling 1602 (1609) [1601]

gull (n) 1599 (1604) [1594]

 

half-faced 1593; 1595/1597 (1607; 1601) [1592]

hearsed 1602 [1592, 1608]

heel (v) 1606 (1828) [1605]

Hesperides 1608 (1860) [1590]

horrid 1601 (1602) [1590]

 

Icarus 1591 (1594) [1589]

impertinency 1605 (1610) [1589]

impress 1591 (1651) [1590, 1592]

incapable 1594; 1600; 1610/1611 (1623; 1628; 1674) [1591, 1601]

indent 1596 (1627) [1589]

instalment 1598 (1610) [1589]

insubstantial 1610 (1820) [1607]

interception 1599 (1611) [1597]

interpose 1601; 1611 (1632; 1656) [1599, 1602, 1603, 1605, 1606, 1615x3]

 

judicious 1605/1607 (1611) [1598, 1600, 1602]

 

kickshaw 1601 (1626) [1598, 1622]

 

life-blood 1596 (1601) [1590]

linguist 1591 (1593) [1588]

lob (v) 1599 (1821) [1596]

long-winded 1596 (1608) [1589]

 

mazard 1602 (1621) [1601]

mission 1606 (1611) [1598]

mistaken 1601 (1660) [1597]

monarchize 1593 (1649) [1592, 1606]

 

naturalize 1601 (1651) [1593, 1603, 1605, 1606, 1606]

 

outbrave 1596 (1612) [1589, 1589, 1589, 1601]

outstrike 1606 (1663) [1598]

overcount 1606 (1838) [1593]

overflourish 1601 (1861) [1597]

 

pair (v) 1611; 1611 (1879; 1775) [1603, 1607, 1613]

pantaloon 1596/1600 (1862) [1590]

parallel 1601; 1603; 1605; 1606 (1644; 1669; -; 1692) [1598]

partialize 1593 (1618) [1592]

peer (v) 1592/1596; 1592; 1593 (1810; 1594; -) [1591]

pencilled 1593 (1604) [1592]

perdu (n) 1605 (1614) [1600, 1610, 1611, 1612, 1622]

personate 1611 (1640) [1591, 1598, 1612, 1613, 1621]

placket 1605; 1606 (1620; 1625) [1601]

planetary 1607 (1613) [1593, 1607, 1610]

plausive 1601; 1601/2 (1767; -) [1600]

plot (v) 1594 (1601) [1589]

pocket (v) 1610 (1750) [1589, 1589, 1614]

posture 1606 (1633) [1605]

predominate 1607 (1631) [1594, 1597]

procreant 1604; 1605 (1620; 1767) [1588]

progress (v) 1595 (1624) [1590, 1596, 1610]

puzzle (v) 1602 (1662) [1595, 1605]

 

quill 1593 (1687) [1588]

 

rant (v) 1602 (1664) [1598]

rapture (n) 1607; 1608 (1634; 1611) [1600]

rascally 1598, 1606 (1682; 1660) [1596, 1600]

ravelled 1605 (1642) [1599]

rectorship 1607 (1695) [1600]

reference 1604 [1589, 1593, 1594, 1599, 1612, 1613]

reinforce 1611 (1811) [1600, 1603]

remover 1600 (1607) [1594]

rendezvous 1596/1599; 1599 (1641; -) [1591, 1594, 1599, 1600, 1600, 1600, 1608, 1608]

retired 1595; 1611; 1611 (-; 1648; 1627) [1590, 1593]

retort (n) 1600 (1734) [1597]

reverberate 1601 (1605) [1589, 1603]

rheumy 1601 (1715) [1591, 1592]

riddling 1591/1592 (1655) [1590]

rote (v) 1607 (1775) [1593]

rout (n) 1611 (1647) [1598, 1612, 1621]

 

sainted 1605 (1760) [1598]

scambling 1599/1599 (1639) [1589, 1592, 1611]

scandal (v) 1601 (1632) [1592]

scandalous 1603; 1611 (1617; 1681) [1592]

scarf (v) 1602; 1605 (1613; 1630) [1598, 1601]

scorched 1595 (1639) [1593]

shark (v) 1602 (1827) [1596, 1608, 1612]

shelter 1598 (1675) [1590, 1594, 1602, 1611]

shore (v) 1611 (1611) [1592]

shrivel 1608 (1682) [1588]

sleave 1605 (1868) [1591]

sleek 1590 (1634) [1589, 1599, 1601, 1602, 1603]

slope (v) 1605 (1638) [1591, 1611]

snarl (v) 1594 (1612) [1589, 1593]

sneaped 1593 [1588, 1611]

spendthrift 1610 (1654) [1601, 1607]

sphere (v) 1606 (1657) [1605, 1607]

sprightly (a) 1606; 1606; 1611 (1646; 1635; -) [1596, 1605, 1621]

spritely (a) 1606 (1670) [1598, 1602, 1611]

squander 1596 (1645) [1593, 1610, 1611]

squandering 1600 (1854) [1589]

squint (v) 1605 (1637) [1599, 1610, 1611]

stabbing (a) 1611 (1813) [1599]

star-like 1607 (1833) [1591, 1611]

 

topless 1606 [1589, 1596]

towering 1602 (1818) [1598]

traversed 1607 (1621) [1599, 1611]

trenchering 1610 [1594]

 

uncle (v) 1593 (1872) [1592, 1602]

undistinguished 1608 (1666) [1595, 1598, 1600,1612]

unforced 1604 (1665) [1598]

unrespective 1606 (1648) [1594, 1611]

unsafe 1601; 1605 (1615; 1618) [1597, 1621]

unsettle 1605 (1624) [1598]

unsettled 1611 (1693) [1591, 1593, 1594, 1594, 1599]

unsifted 1602 [1589, 1620]

unsunned 1611 (1795) [1607]

untainted 1594; 1600 (-; 1651) [1590, 1611, 1612]

unveil 1606 (1638) [1599, 1611]

unwish 1599 (1658) [1594, 1615]

 

vast (n) 1610 (1649) [1604]

vaunt (n) 1606 (1623) [1589]

volley 1606 (1854) [1591]

 

waggish 1590 (1607) [1589]

whipster 1604 (1682) [1589, 1593]

whisper (n) 1599; 1608 (1624; 1626) [1596]

wiry 1595 (1807) [1588, 1598]

 

yeasty 1605 (1798) [1598, 1599]