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Words that Shakespear used that we might not understand.

anon

soon; right away; coming

Good-den or go-den or God-den

good evening

humor

mood; moisture

maid

unmarried girl

marry

a mild oath, shortened from "by the Virgin Mary"

soft

quiet; hush; slow up

still

always

but

if; except; only

hap or happy

luck; lucky

Jack

common fellow; ordinary guy

mark

listen to

nice

trivial; foolish

shrift

confession or forgiveness for sins that have beem confessed to a priest

withal

with that; with

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