Also a lime twigge, or luske, or a rispe. Paniare, to lime twigs. Also to entangle, to clam. Panicello, as Pannetto. Also that which men vse in stead of bread. Panico, a graine like vnto mill, with a knop full of corne, some red, some blacke or white, called panike. Also a sudden feare wherewith one is distraught, and put besides his wit, comming without knowne cause. Panicone, a great feeder, a cormorant, a gourmand, a gullie-gut, a gorbellie.
Panicula, a long rounde thing hanging downe of diuers herbes and trees like a cats-taile, as in nut trees and others, called red plum or cats-taile. Also anie thing that groweth round and long. Panieraro, a panier or basket maker. Panioni, lime twigs or sprigs to catch fowle with, called lushes or rispes. Panizza, a kind of meate made of grated bread.
Panizzo as Panico. Pannaccio, filthie course cloth, rugge or frize, home-spun cloth. Pannadi latte, a kinde of clouted creame, trifle or foole. Pannaiuolo, a draper or a clothier. Panni, all manner of clothes, garments, raiments, or apparell, be it woollen or linnen. Also filmes or thin skin-lets. Pannicola carnosa, as Pannicula. Pannicoli, little rags, clouts or clothes. Pannicula carnosa, a pannicle or fleshie membrane or skin that lieth next vnder the fat of the outward parts, and is the fourth couering that wrappeth all the bodie ouer.
Panni lini, any linnen clothes. Panni di razza, cloth of arraz, tapestry cloth. Pannine, all maner of woollen clothes or the trade of woollen clothes. Panni vendoli, such as sell olde clothes, frippers, brokers.
Pannito, a frock or cassocke. Pannizzuola, a toole that stone cutters vse. Panno, any kinde of cloth. Also a tent for a wound. Also a marke which a man hath by nature. Panno accottonato, cottoned, or freezed cloth. Panno alto, broad cloth. Panno basso, narrow cloth, as carzies. Panno collo, a neck-cloth.
Panno del occhio, a disease in the eie, as we say a pin and a web. Panno lana, woollen cloth. Panna lino, linnen cloth.
Panno di seta, any cloth made of silke. Pannocchia, a cunt botch, a winchester goose, an impostume about the priuie members, a boile, a blane, a pocke, a plague sore, a knob, a bunch or wenne of flesh. Also a stalke, a stem, or an eare of milet, panike, or Indian wheate.
Pannoro, a kinde of measure in Italy. Pannosita, a dimnes ouer ones eies. Pannoso, woollie, full of clothes, clothed with cloth.
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Also couered with a rine or slimie skin. Pano, reeling, round, closely rounde, the round lying of a snake or of a worme. Also a weauers roule. Also knobs, kernels, or cornes growing behind many mens eares, or other parts. Pan porcino, an herbe good for women in labour to hasten their deliuerie called sowbread. Pansebasto, a precious stone which taketh away barrennes. Panselono, the full moone. Patalena, a kinde of fish that stickes vpon the outside of shippes, called a barnakle: some take it for another kinde of shell fish.
Pantano, mudde, mire, durt, a bogge.
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Pantegana, a great rat. Pantero, a precious stone, hauing manie colours. Panthera, a beast called a panther or a leoparde. Also a kind of fowling net. Also a kinde of many coloured stone. Pantice, a fluxe of the bellie.
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Also a great fat paunch or gorbelly. Pantide, a stone of some called Graida, for they saie it bringeth foorth yoong ones euery three moneths. Pantofole, slippers, pantofles, chopines.
Also a kinde of poeme. Panurgia, craftines, deceit, guile, subtilty. Panurgo, a slie, deceitfull, craftie old foxe, a craftie knaue. Panza, as Pancia. Panzane, Looke Dare panzane. Panzare, as Panciare. Panzata, as Panciata. Panzette, as Pancette. Panziera, as Panciera. Panzone, as Pancione. Paolino, as Pagolino.
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Paonaccio, Paonazzo, as Pauonazzo Paone, a pea-cocke. Paoneggiante, as Pauonegiante. Paoneggiare, as Pauonegiare. Papa, a Pope, a bishop of Rome. Papabile, able to be Pope. Papadindi, dad or father giue me some money, as children vse to say. Papafico, a kind of frock or gabardine to ride in. Also a woonderfull cocke: for Pape in latine is admirable, and Gallo is a cocke, a cocke of the game. Also as Merluzzo. Papali, a kind of peare so called in Italy.
Paparello, Paparino, as Paparo.
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