Elizabethan Language Terms

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Adieu
Farewell
An
If
Anon
Soon
Aroint
Away
Aye
Yes
Come hither
Come here
Counsel
Advice
Decree
Order
Discourses
Speaks
Doth
Does
E'en
Even; evening
Fare thee well
Goodbye
Foe
Enemy
God save thee
Goodbye
Good day; Good morrow
Hello
Grammercy
Thank you
Hark; Hark now
Listen
Heavy
Sad; depressed
Hie
Go
Hither
Here
I shall see thee anon
Goodbye
Mark
Pay attention to
Marry
By the Virgin Mary (a mild expletive meaning "indeed")
Methinks
I think
-morrow (to the morrow)
Days
Nay
No
Ne'r
Never
Nought
Nothing
Oft
Often
perchance
Maybe
Plague
Curse
Pray
Beg
Privy
Informed
Resolve
Plan
Shun that
Ignore that
Sirrah
Boy (used to address a male of inferior rank)
Soft
Wait a minute
Thee
You
Thither
There
Thou
You
Thou art
You are
Thou should'st
You should
Thou would'st
You would
Thy
Your
Tidings
News
Verily
Truly
Well met
Hello
wherefore
why
Whereto
To which
Will
Desire
Withal
With
Woe
Misery
Woo
Chase (romance, as in boy chases girl)
Would
Wish
Wrought
Provided
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