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Na Names. I care not for their names, they owe me nothing

Lear.

31 9422 20 Didit thou hear, without wond'ring, how thy name should be hang'd and carv'd

As You Like It. 21 51 234|2|44 upon these trees - I from humble, he from honour'd name

Ibid.31 2 2361127 I'the name of me

All's Well. 3) 28213

Winter's Tale. 4 2 349|1 My fair name, despight of death, that lives upon my grave

Ricbard ü.1 - Since thou doft seek to kill my name in me, I mock my name, great king, to flatter

1 415|1|29 thee

Ibid. 2 1 420224 - I have no name, no title,-No, not that name was given me at the font, but 'tis ufurp'd

Ibid. 141 143312152 I would to God, thou and I knew where a commodity of good names were to be bought

1 Houry iv. 1) 2 44312/41 Then shall our names, familiar in their mouth as houtsold words

Henry v. 41 31 531214 That with his name the mothers still their babes

i Henry vi. 2) 3 551 43 Yes, your renowned name; shall flight abuse it

Ibid. 141 55631141 He gives my son the whole name of the war

Coriolanus. 2 Il 7131-137 A name unmusical to the Voices' ears, and harsh in found to thine

Ibid. 41 51 729102 Why the name of Cæsar superior to that of Brutus, enquired Julius Cæfar. His name's Cinna, pluck but his name out of his heart, and turn him going loul. 31 31 757 2.42 Pompey's name strikes more than could his war refifted

Axt, and Cle.p.1

41 772" 34 What in his name that magical word of war, we have effected

Ibid. 3) 1 782 123 Thou injurious thief, hear but my name, and tremble

Cymbeline. /4/ 21 915/2/14 My name is lost, by treason's tooth bare gnawn and canker-bit

Lear. 51 3 9631232 'Tis but thy name, that is my enemy

Rumeo and Juliet. 2

21 975|2/42 What's in a name? that which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet

Ibid. 2 2 975 246 That name's curs'd hand, murder'd her kinsman

Ibid.31 31 986/1125 Your name is great in mouths of wisest censure

Otbello 2

3.1056230 Nap. These fifteen years ! by my faith a goodly nap Induc. 10 Tam. of the Shrew. I'll strive with troubled thoughts to take a nap

Ricbard iii. 51 31

666/2132 Napes of your necks. That could turn your eyes towards the napes of your necks Cor. 2 1 712145 Napkin. To that youth he calls his Rosalind, he sends this bloody napkin As r. L.It.14 - To tell this story, that you might excuse his broken promise, and to give this napkin, dy'd in his blood

Ibid.4) 3 245 1125 Keep thou the napkin, and go boast of this

3 Henry vi. 1 41 609123 And dip their napkins in his facred blood

Jul. Calar. 31 2 756 1/24 I am glad I have found this napkin; this was her first remembrance from the Moor

O:bello. 31 3 1062239 Naples. Myself am Naples

Tempeft.1
Love's Labor Loft.4

161/2/4 Napping. To be o'erheard and taken napping so

Tam. of tbe Sbrew. 4

2 269 212 Nay, I have ta'en you napping, gentle love

Induc. to Taming of the Sbrew. 2 25414 Naps. John Naps, of Greece

All's Well. 1 1 27712 Narbon, Gerard de, a skilful physician Narciljus. Hadft thou Narcissus in thy face, to me thou wouldst appear most ugly

Ant, and Cleop. 2

Love's Labor Lif. 147 Natbaniel. D.P.

Macberb. 4 Nation. Onation miserable, with an untitled tyrant bloody scepter'd

Coriolanus. 3.

1 72012 Narive. Could never be the native of our so frank donation

Hamlet. I The head is not more native to the heart

Comedy of Errors.15
Narivity. You the calenders of my nativity

As You Like It. 4
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At my nativity, the front of heaven was full of fiery Mapes, of burning creffets

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A. S. P. C.L. Nature. Nature fronger than his just occasion, made him give battle to the lioness .

As You Like It. 4 It would have made nature immortal, and death should have play'd for lack of work

All's Well.li I 277127

Ibid. 2 3 287 1 18
She is young, wise, fair, in these to nature she's immediate heir
Not that I am afraid to die; but that my offences being many I would repent out

Ibid.4 3 299 118 the remainder of nature

Ibid. 5 31 3031133 Or, ere they meet, in me, O nature cease

Twelfıb Nigbr. 31 4 3261129 In nature there's no blemish, but the mind

Winter's Tale. 1 2 325225 Sometimes nature will betray its folly

Ibid. 21 31 342 228 Thou, good goddess nature, which haft made it so like to him that got it

Ibid. 4 3 3502121 Is made better by no mean, but nature makes that mean

Macberb. 3) 41 375 213
With twenty trenched gathes on his head; the least a death to nature

Ibid. 4) 1 373 2151
Our high plac'd Macbeth Mall live the lease of nature
Of nature's gifts thou may'st with lilies boast, and with the half blown rose K. Febr. 3 1 396 2 21

Ibid. 31 41 4012 17
No scape of nature

Ricbard ii. I Some of those seven are dry'd by nature's course

21 415 2 8 Diseased nature oftentimes breaks forth in strange eruptions

i Henry iv. 3 1 457 1136 How quickly nature falls into revolt, when gold becomes her object 2 Henry iv. 4 4 499 157

Ibid. 51 2 5012 55 - He's walk'd the way of nature; and, to our purposes he lives no more

Mangle the work of nature, and deface the patterns that by God and by French fathers had twenty years been made

Henry v. 2 4 518|249 Disguise fair nature with hard favour'd rage

Ibid.3] 1 520133 She did corrupt frail nature with some bribe

3 Herry vi. 3 2 618 257 Cheated of feature by dissembling nature

Richard iii. 1 1 634 1 5 Fram'd in the prodigality of nature

Ibid. I 2 637 2130 The most replenish'd sweet work of nature, that, from the prime creation, e'er the fram'd

Ibid. 41 31 6582/42 To nature none more bound

Henry vii. I

2 675/2/13 Times to repair our nature with comforting repose, and not for us to watte these times

Ibid. 5 1696 149 I am sure thou hast a cruel nature, and a bloody

Ibid. 51 2 700 1/43 What he cannot help in his nature you account a vice in him

Coriolanus. I Il 7032/19 Such a nature tickled with good success, disdains the fhadow which he treads on at

Ibid. I Il 7061125 To this end he bow'd his nature, never known before but to be rough, unswayable, and free

Ibid. 51 5 7381117 His nature is too noble for the world

7221 - In nature's infinite book of secrecy, a little can I read

Ant. and Cleop. 1 2 768 1150
It cannot be thus long, the sides of nature will not sustain it

Ibid. I 3 77012/19 - as it grows again toward earth, is fashion'd for the journey, dull, and heavy

Tim. of Arbens. 212 - wants stuff to vie strange forms with fancy

Ant. and Cleop. 5 2 799 2119
Not nature, to whom all fores lay siege, can bear great fortune, but by contempt
of nature

Timon of Arbens. 41 31 819 230
That nature, being sick of man's unkindness, should yet be hungry

Ibid. 41 31 821239 j

The bounteous huswife, nature, on each bush lays her full mess before you Ibid. 4 31 824 1129 craves, all dues be render'd to their owners

Troil, and Craft: 2
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How hard it is to hide the sparks of nature

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Cymbeline. 31 31 9082 53 prompts them in fimple and low things, to prince it, much beyond the trick of others hath meal, and bran ; contempt, and grace

Ibid. 3) 3 90911 6 doth abhor to make his bed with the defunct, or Neep upon the dead

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A. S. P. C.L. Nature. Thou hast one daughter, who redeems nature from the general curse which twain have brcught her to

Lear. 4) 61 9591 4 - For though fond nature bids us all lament, yet nature's tears are reacon's merriment

Romeo and Juliet. 41 5 993128 For nature, crescent, does not grow alone in thews and bulk

Hamlet. I 3 1004115% And we fools of nature so horridly to make our difpofition

4 10061/43 If thou hast nature in thee, bear it not

ibid. 1 5 10071216 is fine in love

Ibid. 141 51030116 her custom holds, let Mame say what it will

Ibid. 41 711033210 For nature so preposterously to erf being not deficient, blind, or lame of sense, sans witchcraft could not

Orbello. 1 3 1047 2 23 The blood and baseness of our nature would conduct us to most preposterous con'clusions

Ibid. 1 310501214 - would not invest herself in such shadowing passion, without some instruction Ibid. 4 1 1067 214 This the noble nature whom passion could not shake

Ibid. 4) 1 1069110 Nature's journeymen, I have thought some of nature's journeymen had made men Ham. 3 210191 I Nature's livery. Being nature's livery, or fortune's star

Ibid. Il 41006 1 13 Nature's miracle.

1 Henry vi. 54) 5661/SE Nature's mij bief.

Macbetb. I 51 367 1125 Navarre shall be the wonder of the world

Love's Labor Lt. 1 Nave. Till he unseam'd him from the nave to the chops

Macberb. 2 3632 19 Would not this nave of a wheel have his ears cut off

2 Henry iv. 2 4 48626 Navel. Even when the navel of the state was touch'd, they would not thread the gates Cor. 31 172011158 Naugbt. To do with mistress Shore ? I tell thee, fellow, he that doth naught with her, excepting one, were best to do it secretly alone

Ricbard u. 1

1|6342 34 - Begone, away, all will be naught else

Coriolanus. 3 1 721225 Naughry. It is a naughty house

Meaf. for Meal: 2 8012134 This naughty man thall face to face be brought to Margaret Mw. Ado Abt. Norb. 5 1 145 2 57 This is a naughty night to swim in

Lear. 3 41 9495 Nary. Our navy is address'd

2 Henry iv. 4 41 497211 From there shoulders, these ruin'd pillars, out of pity, taken a load would fink a navy

Henry vm. 3/ 2 692 143 Nayward. You would believe my saying, howe'er you lean to the nayward W.Tale. 2 1 339 2 13 Nury-word. In any case, have a nay-word

Merry W. of Windsor. 2 2 551/25 We have a nay-word

Ibid. 5) 2

702154 If I do not gull him into a nay-word

Twelfıb Nigbr.21 31 3152 42 Neapolitan prince described by Portia

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2 199|2|2: Blood-bespotted Neapolitan, outcast of Naples, England's bloody scourge 2 Hen. vi. 51

600 1 49 Near. Better far off, than 'near, be ne'er near

Richard č.

54352 - Your pleasure was my near offence

Cymbeline. 5 5 927129 Near legg'd before

Tam of tbe Sbrew. 31 2 26533 Nearness. Besides, our nearness to the king in love, is near the hate of those love not the king

Ricbard ii. 2

21 433 261 Neat. Not neat, but cleanly, captain ! and yet the steer, the heifer, and the calf, are all call'd neat

Winter's Tale. 1 21 335 45 As doth a lion in a herd of neat

3 Henry w.12 11 609 150 Nest-berd. Would I were a neat-herd's daughter! and my Leonatus our neighbour Thepherd's son

Cymboline. 1 2 89511 3. Near's-fot. What say you to a neat's-foot

Tam. of rbe Sbre.v. 41 31 27012116 Near's-leatber.

Tempeft. 2 2 11111;8 Near-Mave. Stand, you neat-Nave, strike

Lear. 2

21 9402 48 Neat's-tongue. Silence is only commendable in a neat's-tongue dried Mer. of Ven. 1 Il 1982119 You dried neat's-tongue

i Henry iv.12 4 45312155 Neb. How the holds up the neb, the bill to bim

Winter's Tale. I 21 336 119 Nebuchadnezzar. Iam no great Nebuchadnezzar, Sir, I have not much skill in grass All's W. 4 5 300 216 Neceffity. To make a virtue of neceffity

Two Gent. of Veruna. 41 I

381151 The faircft grant is the necessity

Młu. Ado About Norbing. 11

124 150 will make us all forsworn

Love's Labour Loft. 1 1481249 I'll rather dwell in my neceffity

Merchant of Venice. I

3) 2011241 Teach thy necessity to reason thus, there is no virtue like necessity Ricbard ii.lt 31 418237 I am sworn brother, sweet, to grim necessity

1 434 2 57 Are thefe things then necessities ? then let us meet them like necessities 2 Hen. iv. 3 11 4882129 Hear me queen: the strong necessity of time commands our services awhile Ant. & Cleo.li

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The art of our necessities is strange, that can make vile things precious Ibid.31 2 947151
Wherein necessity, of matter beggar'd, will nothing stick our person to arraign Ham. 41 51029:40
I will few you such a necessity in his death, that you shall think yourself bound to
put it on him

Otbello. 41 210722141 Neck. Thrust thy neck into a yoke

M, Ado About Norb. I 123153 I pr’ythee keep that for the hangman

i Henry iv. 2 1 448 2129 And in the neck of that, talk'd the whole state

Ibid.[4 31 46612156 Yield not thy neck to fortune's yoke

3 Henry vi. 3) 31 61921 1 Many so arrive at second masters, upon their first lord's neck Timon of Arbens. 4 1825 142 Your neck, fir, is pen, book, and counters; so the acquittance follows Cymbeline. 15 4 923|4|51

You have done well, that men must lay their murders on your neck Orbello. 5 2 1077|2|34 Natar. The water (of twenty seas) nectar

Two Gent. of Verona. 2

31|1|40 When that the watry palate tastes indeed love's thrice reputed ne Etar Troil and Cr]:31 2 872 2151 Need. They may chance to need thee at home

Taming of the Sbrew. 511 273/2161 Strengthen'd with what apology you think, may make it probable need A!':Well. 2 41 2891115 Between these main parcels of dispatch, effected many nicer needs

Ibid. 41 31 297 240 The need I have of thee, thine own goodness hath made

Winar's Tale. 4) 1 34811117 and faith contrasted

King John. 3 3981115 Ay, with five hundred, father, for a need

3 Henry vi. 1 2 60711111 Nay, for a need, chus far come near my person

Richard u. 3) 5653/2122 He was a fool, for he would needs he virtuous

Henry viii. 2 2 682 1 40 But I must needs to the Tower

Ibid. 5 2 699|2154 O, re son not the need : our baseft beggars are in the poorest things superfluous Lear.12 41 94521 From that place I shall no leading need

Ibid. 4) 1 95312 41 For who not needs, shall never lack a friend

Hamla. 3) 210202 37 Needful. And leaves unquestion'd matters of needful value

Meas. for Mias. 76142

3 Henry vi. 2 a 61012141 Give him from me this most needful note

Ricbard iii. 5) 31 666111 As needful in our loves, fitting our duty

Hamlet. 1 11001 1152 Needle. Helen's needle

Troilus and Craffida. 2

866|1134 Myself by, with a needle, that I might prick the goer back

Cymbeline. 1 2 895121 Needy. In his needy shop a tortoise hung

Romeo and Juliet. sl 19940137 Neelds. We Hermia, like two artificial Gods, have with our neelds created both one flower

Midj. Nigbi's Dream. 32 1871 Their neelds to lances

K. John. 512 409135 Neczi. And waxen in their mirth, and neeze and swear Midf. Nigbt's Dream. 2

il 17912 12 Negarion. My negation hath no taste of madness

Troil. and Cressida. 5 2 886 2130
Negatives. If your four negatives make your two affirmatiyes Tweifib Nigbr. 5 13291 14
Neglect. 'Tis strange, chat from their cold'At neglect, my love thould kindle to infiam'd
respect

il 9321 14 Neglection. Sleeping neglection doth betray to loss

i Henry vi. 31 56211156 This neglection of degree it is, that by a pace goes backward Troi. and Crelli 3 8622 56 Negligence. O negligence, fit for a fool to fall by

Henry viii. 3 26901220 Put on what weary negligence you please

Lear.1 31 934|2|23 Negociate. Let every eye negociate for itself, and trust no agent M. Ado A. Norb. 2

1] 12711 Negotiare. Have you any commission from your Lord to negotiate with my face T. Nigbr.1 5312225 Neif. Give me your neif, mon lieur Mustardleed

Midj. Nigbi's Dream.4 il 132/42 Sweet knight, I kiss thy neif

2 Henry iv. 2

41 48512115 Neigb. You'll have your nephews neigh to you

Orbeilo. 1

110442146 Neighbours. An old instance, Beatrice, that liv'd in the time of good neighbours

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 5 2 145:16 The deep-revolving witty Buckingham no more shall be the neighbour to my counsels

Richard i. 41 21 657247 Neighbour'd. Shall to my bosom be as weil neighbour'd, pitied, and reliev'd

11 93012123 So neighbour'd to his youth and humour

Hamlet. 2

2 101011127 Neigbbour-stained. Prof. ners of this neighbour-stained steel

Romeo and Julier. 1

1 9682117 Nell, Sir ; but her name and three quarters, will noç measure, her from hip to hip

Comedy of Errors. 32 111218 Nemean lion. As hardy as the Nemean lion's nerve

Hamlet. 4110062/22 Nemesis. Your kingdom's terror, and black Nemesis

1 Henry vi. 5 1 5642 44 Neoptolemus. Not Neoptolemus so mixable

Troilus and Crellida. 4 5 8822 19 Neptune. The most mighty Neptune fcem'd to besiego

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Winter's Tale. 41 31 3501:11 - He would not flatter Neptune for his trident

Coriolanus, 31 1722 1 3 And o'er green Neptune's back with ships made cities

Ant. and Cleop. 4.12 79511 54 's falt warh

Hamlet. 3 21020140 Neptune's-park. The natural bravery of your ille which stands as Neptune's-park Cym. 31 1 9061153 Nuriffi. D. P.

Mer bant of Venice. 197 Nero. You bloody Neroes, ripping up the womb of your dear mother England R. Jobr. 52 4091 30 And Nero like play on the lute, beholding the towns burn

1 Henry vi. 1 4549113 will be tainted with remorse, to hear, and see, her plaints, her brinith tears 3 Hen. vi. 3 1 616247 is an angler in the lake of darkness

Lear. 31 6 9501 28 = Let not ever the foul of Nero enter this firm borom

Hamlet. 31 2 10222119 Nerves in their infancy again

Tempeft.12 7 110 By those who know the very nerves of state

Meal. for Meast 5 7912/12 - Take any shape but that, and my firm nerves shall never tremble Macbeth.131 41 376 1146 and bone of Greece

Troi. and Cref 1 3 862135 Neffus. For rapes and ravithments he parallels Neffus

All's Well. 41 31 2991127 The thirt of Neffus is upon me

Ant. and Cleop. 410 79447 Neft

. Suffer thy brother Marcus to inter his noble nephew here in virtue's nest 1. Andron. 2 835 1139 - Lady, come from that nest of death, contagion and unnatural Neep Rom. and Juliet. 5 31 99612 5 Neftor. And Nestor play at push-pin with the boys

Love's Labor Lift. 41 31 162 130 They'll not Thew their teeth in way of linile though Nestor swear the jest be laughable

Mercbant of Venice. I 1981 I'll play the orator as well as Nestor

3 Henry vi. 3 2 619 1126 D. P.

Troilus and Cred: Neffor-like, aged in an age of care

1 Henry vi. 2 5 553/2/43 Net. Let there be the same net spread for her

Mu. Ado Abt. Norb. 21 3 13111115 - The net has fallen upon me, I shall perish under device and practice

Henry viii. 1

1674 120 Nerber-ftocks. When a man is over-lusty at legs, then he wears wooden nether-stocks Lear.2 41 94212 50 Nerile. How now, my nettle of India

Twelfth Nigbr.2 51 31712 43 Yield stinging nettles to mine enemies

Richard ii. 3. 2) 4262 26 Out of this nettle, danger, we pluck this flower, safety

i H.nry iv. 2 3 450218 im We call a nettle, but a nettle, and the faults of fools but folly

Coriolanus. 21 11 713 2148 I'll spring up in his tears, an 'twere a nettle against May

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i Henry iv. 1 3 44753 Nay, mark, how Lewis stamps as he were nettled

3 Henry vi. 31 31 621 119 Never-reeded. If you refuse your aid in this fo never-needed help

Cerici nus. 51 1 7331144 Never to-return. The hopeless word of never-to-return breath I against thee, upon pain of life

Ricbard .1! 3 417 2 28 Neuter. I do remain as neuter

Ibid. 12 31 425/2/17 Neutral. Like a neutral to his will and matter, did nothing

Hamler. 2 2 1015! 37 New. Now thou and I are new in amity

Midl. Night's Dream. 41 1 1959 - Is new committed to the bisnop of York

3 Herry vi. 4 4 62412143 But new ftruck nine

Romeo and Juliet. 1 1969 141 New-added. Come on refresh'd, new-added, and encourag'd

Julius Cæsar. 41 31 76118 New-adopted to our hate

Lear. 1

1 937 2/12 New-built. Her new-built virtue and obedience

Tam. of the Sbrew. 512 276 1150 Nerv-create. Is it his use? or did the letters work upon his blood, and new-create this fault

Oibello. 4) 1 1070 1124 the creatures that were mine

Temper. 1 3 1 3 New-fungled. Than with a snow in May 's new-fangled shows Love's Lab. Loft 148/22 More new-fangled than an ape

As You Like It. 4 1 2431 7 New frothid. And my new-trothed lord

Mu. Ado About No:6.31 1

132 IT Newgate fashi no Yea, two and two, Newgate fashion

i Henry iv. 3 3 4622 14 Newass. Whether it be the fault and glimpse of newness

Meas. for Mias. : 3 7811123 Nows. No unwelcome news

Two Gent. of Verona. 214 My ears are stopped, and cannot hear good news, so much of bad already hath pursers'd them

35 1129 The blackest news

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Meas: for Meal 31 2 92119 - I can tell you news that you not dream'd yet of

M. Ado Ab. No:b. 1 2 The news I bring is heavy on my tongue

Love's Labor Luft. 5 21 1731159 Maiter, maiter! news, old news, and such news as you never heard of

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