The S section of Robert Cawdrey's 1604 dictionary A Table Alphabeticall.
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saboth
rest
sacrament
holie signe, oath, or misterie
sacred
holy, consecrated
sacrifice
an offering
sacrificule
a little offering
sacriledge
church robbing, the stealing of holy things
safeconduit
(f) safe keeping or safe guiding
sagacitie
sharpnes of wit, witnes
saint
holy one
sallie
(f) to step out from the rest of the armie, to make a skermish
saluation
a sauing
salubritie
wholesomnes
sanctifie
hallowe, make holy, or keepe holy
sanctification
holines
sanctitie sanctmonie
holines
sanctuarie
holy place, save, defend
sandals
(g) slippers
sanguine
bloudy, or of the colour of bloud
sanitie
health, or soundnes
sapience
wisdome
satiate
filled, satisfied
satietie
fulnes, plentie
satisfaction
a making amends for wrongs, or displeasures
satisfactorie
that dischargeth, or answereth for
saturate
filled, or glutted
saturitie
fulnesse, or plentifulnesse
savage
(f) wild, cruell, or rude
satyre
(g) a nipping and scoffing verse
satericke satiricall
belonging to a scoffing verse
scandalize
(g) to offend, or give occasion, to mislike
scandall
(g) an offence, or stumbling block
scarifie
(f) to launce, or open a sore
schedule
(f) obligation, or bill of ones hand
schisme
breach, or diuision in matters of religion
schismatike
that maketh a schisme
science
knowledge, or skill
scripture
writing
scruple
doubt, difficultie
scrutiny
dilligent search, inquiry
scrupulous
full of doubts
scurrilitie
saucie, scoffing
seclude
shutout, or put a part
sectarie
one whom many other doe followe in opinion
sect
a diversitie in opinion from others
section
a devision, or parting
secular
worldly, of the world
secundarie
the second, or of the second sort
securitie
carelessenes, feare of nothing
sediment
that which sinketh to the bottome
seditious
making contention
seduce
deceive, or devide, or leade aside
sedulitie
dilligence or carefulnes
segniorie
(f) lordship
segregate
to set a part, or seperate
seize
(f) to forfaite to the prince
select
to choose out from others
semicircle
halfe a circle, or compasse
seminarie
a nurserie, or seede plot for young trees, or grafts
senator
alderman, or counsailer
sense
feeling, or perceiving
sensible
easily felt, or perceived
sensuall
brutish, pertaining to the flesh, and bodily sence
sententious
full of fine sentences, and speeches
sentinell
(f) watching by night
seperation
deviding, severing, or parting one from another
sepulcher
grave, or tombe
sepulte
burie, or lay in the ground
sequele
following, or that which followeth
sequester
to put into an indifferent mans hands, to devide, keepe or judge of
serious
earnest, or of waight, and importance
serpentine
of, or like a serpent
servile
slavish
servitude
bondage, or slavery
severe
sharpe, curst, or cruell
severitie
sharpnes, roughnes
sex
kind
shackle
fetter
significant
plainely signifying
simile similitude
likenes, or resemblance
simonie
(f) when spirituall matters, are bought, and solde for money
simplicitie
plainenes
sinister
unhappie, bad, unlawefull, or contrarie
sincere
pure, uncorrupt, unmingled, or without dissimulation
singularitie
being like no body else, in opinion, or other wayes
situation
setting, or standing of any place
sleight
guile, craft, or subtiltie
smatterer
some what learned, or one having but a little skill
snatch
to take hastely
snipperings
pairings
soare
(f) mount high
sociall sociable
fellowe like, one that wil keepe company, or one with whom a man may easily keepe company
societie
fellowship, company
sodomitrie
when one man lyeth filthylie with another man
sojourne
(f) remaine in a place
solace
comfort
solemnize
to doe a thing with great pompe, reverence, or devotion
solicite
(f) move
solide
sound, heavie, not hollowe
solitarie
alone, or without company
solution
unloosing, or paying
sophister
(g) cauiller, or craftie disputer
sophistikation sophisme
a cauilling, deceitfull speech
sotte
(f) foole, dunse
soveraigne
(f) chiefe, or highest in authoritie
source
(f) wave, or issuing foorth of water
soile
(f) foule, or durtie
spatious
large, wide, or broade
specifie
signifie, or declare particularly
specke
spot, or marke
spectacle
a thing to be looked at
sperme
seede
sphaere
(g) round circle, or any thing that is round
spicerie
a place to keepe spice in
splendent
glistering, shinning
splene
milt
spongeous
like a sponge
spousals
betrothings, or contracts
spume
fome, or froth
stabilitie
surenes, certaine, strong
stable
sure, stedfast
stablished
sure, confirmed, one made strong
station
a standing place
statue
an image of wood, or any other matter
stature
height, bignes
sterilitie
barrennes
stigmaticall
(g) knavish, noted for a lewd naughty fellowe, burnt through the eare for a rogue
stile
manner, or forme of speech, or writing
stillatorie
a distilling place
stipendarie
one that serveth for wages
stipulation
a solemne covenant
strangle
kill, or hang
stratageme
a pollicie, or wittie shift in warre
strict
straight, severe, or sharpe
strictnes
narrownes, or smalenes
studius
dilligent, desirous of learning
stupefie
to astonish
stupiditie
astonishment, dulnes
suasorie
containing counsaile and exhortation
subalterne
succeeding, following by course and order
subdued
kept under, or brought in subjection
sublimity
height, highnes
sublime
set on high, lift up
submisse
lowly, humble, brought in subjection
suborne
(f) to procure false witnes
subscribe
write under, or to agree with another in any matter
subsequent
following hard by
subsiste
to abide, or have a being
substitute
a deputie, or one set in place of another
substract subtract
take from, withdrawe
subtill
craftie, wilie, deceitfull
subuerte
to turne upside downe, to destroy
succeede
followe, or come in anothers place
successor
he that comes in place of another
succincte
shorten, or briefe, or close girt up
suggest
prompt, tell priuily, or put in mind of
suffixed
fastened unto
suffocate
to choake up, or strangle
suffragane
a bishops deputie, or helper
suffrage
consent, or voice, or helpe
suggest
a high place, or pulpit
sulphure
brimstone
summarie
(f) an abridgement, or thing drawne into a lesse compasse
summarilie
briefely, in fewe words
sumptuous
(f) costly, rich
supererogation
giving more then is required
superabundant superfluous
needelesse, unnecessarie
over much
that which runneth over
superficies
upper side, or out side
superficiall
taking onely the outside, and uttermost part
superioritie
place above another
superscription
writing above
superstitious
feareful in matters of religion without cause, one given to false and vaine religion
supplant
overthrowe, or trippe, with the feete
supplement
that which maketh up, or addeth that which wanteth in any thing
supple
(f) make soft, or gentle
supplication
request, or prayer
suppliant
(f) humbly intreating
support
beare up, or convaie under
supposition
supposing, thinking, judging, or imagining
suppresse
keepe downe, conceale, or keepe secret
supreme
the highest, or greatest
supremacie
chiefedome, or highest place in authoritie above all others
surcease
(f) to give over, or cease
surcharge
(f) overcharge, hurt
surmount surpasse
(f) exceede, or goe beyond
surplus
more then inough
surprise
(f) to come upon, and unawares, and to take of a suddaine
surrender
to yield up to another
surrogate
(f) a deputie in anothers place
survive
(f) over live, or live after
suspense
doubt, or uncertaintie
sustained
suffered, or endured
swaine
clowne
swarth
darke, or blackish
swarve
goe awry erre
sycophant
(g) tale bearer or false accuser
symball
(g) creede
symmetrie
(g) a due proportion of one part with another
sympathie
(g) fellowelike feeling
symptome
(g) any griefe, or passion, following a disease
synagogue
(g) place of assemblie
synode
(g) a generall assemblie, or meeting


See Also
Introductory material
A,
B,
C,
D,
E,
F,
G,
H,
I/J,
L,
M,
N,
O,
P,
Q,
R,
S,
T,
U/V

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