Shakespeare’s Lost Sonnets: A Restoration of the Runes
by Roy Neil Graves, Professor of English
The University of Tennessee at Martin

Index to Subtextual Terms in the 1609 Quarto Letterstrings
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The numbers in the entries below refer to the Runes, not the visible Sonnets.
Numbers indicate rune numbers and line numbers. For example, 38.11 means that the indexed term occurs in Rune 38, line 11
.
An X refers to the lefthand acrostic codeline;
thus, e.g., 38X means that the indexed term occurs in the emphatic acrostic of Rune 38
.


U

U [= V, as pictographic Groin; cf. You, Ewe] 122.14; 127.2
Udder(ed) 87X; 129.12
Ugly (-iest) 63.4; 100A.4; 104A.5
Ulcer 91.9; 107A.14; 108A.11
Ulna(s) 121.5
Ulysses 101A.2
Umber 73.9; 134.10; 135.10
Umbrella 135.10
Umbria 122.12
Umpire 34.7
Unceasing 84.8-9
Uncle(s) [cf. Ankle, Angle, Angel] 35.2; 60.7; 99A.8; 112A.1; 120.12
Unction 115.1
Uncured [cf. Encored, Anchored] 90.6
Undated 114.1
Under 140.5
Under-hole 126.13 (w/ scatology)
Undesired 90.5
Undo(ing) 55.6; 136.12; 149.4; 152.1
Undulating 70.1
Unfeeling 151.6
Unfit [cf. Fit] 111A.5; 149.3
Union 107A (X)
Unit 127.4-5; 152.5
Unite(s) 152.8
Unread 130.4
Unseeded 154.6
Unseen 61.4
Unsettle [cf. Unsubtle] 96.5
Unsoaring 153.9
Unsound 64.4
“ Unspay” 146.6
Unsubtle [cf. Unsettle] 55.6
Untasty 146X
Untie 27.8; 124.11
Until 123.3-4
Untrue 125.6
Unwedded 147.1
Up(per) 115.12; 134.12, X; 136X; 137.1; 141.13; 148.6 (8-up, a gameboard position?); 153.14; 154.13
Up-ended [cf. Appended] 64.5
Upper House [cf. House of Lords] 147.8-9
Upside-down Sonnets [implied] 78.11 (S.Hall, ye saw ms. reversed)
Ural(s) 62.2; 117.14 (w/ Rise); 122.14; 128.4; 132.11 (w/ Minaret)
Ureter 136.8
Urge(s) 60.8-9; 104A.5
Urgent 148.14
Uriah [cf. Urée] 41.10; 58.7; 64.5, 7
Urine [cf. Pee, Piss] 75.6, 11; 76.5- 6; 86.13; 108A.2; 119.8
Urn(ed) [bawdy, cf. Earn, Urine, Ewe] 26.4; 27.9; 52.3; 103A.2, 6; 115.13; 133.8; 143.12; 151.3; 154.3
Ursa 66.3
Ursula [Saint] 139.13
Use(d, -ing, -r) 77.12-13; 87X
Ursa 66.3
Ursula [Saint] 139.13
Use(d, -ing, -r) 77.12-13; 87X; 112A (X); 118.12; 122.8; 124.14; 125.1-2; 126.1, 5; 133X; 143.13; 144.1; 146.10; 149.8; 151.1
Ussher, James 133.6 (re. date of Creation)
Usury (-rious) 63.2; 110A.10
Uterus (-ine, -o) 40.9-10; 56.1; 71.1; 115.5; 138.8 (Utero-game); 139.12


V

V [as pictographic Groin; cf. VV] 2X; 22.4; 23.7; 54.14 (maybe the V eye you); 80X; 86.5 (w/ O); 97.4; 103A.14; 105A.7; 107A.2; 111A.11 (w/ No-thing); 122.9; 128X; 131.12; 143.11, 14; 148.14 (w/ Urgent); 150.7, 14; 151.1; 152.7

Vacant 63.12; 143.13
Vacillate 57X
Vague 43X; 73X; 109A.3
Vain(ly) [cf. Vein, Venal] 103A.1; 134X; 146.9; 148.11
Vale [cf. Veil, Vile, Well] 95.11
Valet 144.13
Vandal 104A.12-13
Vanity 94.10
Vapid 21.1; 77.4; 125.5-6; 141.13
Vapor 27.6; 36.4; 70.3-4; 101A.13; 107A.14; 146.2
Varied 35.4
Vase 106A.7 (w/ Jelly)
Vassal [cf. Vessel] 57X; 97.2; 99A.11 (w/ Fief)
Vast 128X
Vaunt(ed), “Vaunty” 34X; 149.10
Vedda [cf. Veda] 147.8
Veer [cf. Vere] 105A.7; 109A.5
Veil(ed) 36.13; 123.4, 9-10; 124.13; 131.7; 151.8 (w/ Thin; cf. Gauzes 151.12)
Vein(ed) [cf. Vain, Vine, Fine] 23.5; 52.12; 117.13; 134X; 135.12
Venal(ly) [cf. Vain] 23.7; 99A (X); 119.8, 10; 122.3; 125.8-9; 130.12; 131.12; 148.11
Vender 108A.2 (w/ Cigarro); 115.6 (w/ Pawn); 134.8 (w/ Thomas)
Veneral disease [as topic] 19.10; 25.8-9; 95.10
Venom 82.2
Venue [Assault (ME)] 82.1
Venus [cf. Veinous] 53.9; 66.11; 105A.6; 135.12
Verb(al), “Verbalese” 121.14
Verdure 62.10
Vere 79.1, 11; 82.14; 84.3; 105A.6; 107A.11; 109A.5; 121.8
Versatile 80.6
Verse(s, -d) 38.3; 56.13; 98.11; 117.4; 136.8
Vertical 135.2
Vertigo 140.14
Verve [cf. Q verse] 85.2
Vessel(s) [medical, nautical; cf. Vassal] 15.12; 35.8; 52.13; 57X; 60.2; 152.1
Vest(ed) (v.) 34.8; 133.2; 143.14
Vestal(ed) 34.3; 128.10
Veteran 60.9, 13; 97.6; 115.11
Veto, “Veto’r” 14.4; 60.8; 135.4
Vex 136.3
Vial [cf. vile] 88.1; 99A.1; 122.7
Viand 94.10
Vic 128X
Vicar 43.6
Vice(s) 35.5; 58X; 60.1; 88.14; 116.6; 126.5; 141.7
Victual(s) [cf. Food] 2X; 97.11; 139.14
Vie(d) 131.2
Vienna 2X
View 124.8
Vigil 81.7
Vile [cf. Vial, Will] 36.13; 71X; 74.1; 113.9; 121.4; 125.9; 145.4; 148.1 (w/ Sin)
Village 22X; 66.2
Villain 130.5
Vim 73X
Violin 29.2
Viper 143.12
Virgil 33X
Virgin 71X; 143.11
Virginia 60X (as VA)
Virile [cf. Feral] 54.3; 76.1; 103A.3-4; 122.14; 141.7
Virtue 47.13
Visceral 85.2-3; 135.11
Visit(ing) 134.14; 145.7; 147.5
Vital 142X; 143.7
Vitiate 66X
Viz., “Viz.’d” 147.5
Vogue 43X
Voice 147.12
Vomit(ed, -y) 21.4; 46X; 126X; 138.10
Vs. [Against] 87X
Vulture(s) 100A.14
Vulva 47.13
VV [as pictographic Fangs] 15X; 18X; 25X; 29.6; 124X; 142X; 143X; 149X; 152X
VV [as Will? baggy eyes] 29.6; 57.8
VV [as Drooping teats] 18X; 135X; 150X; 152.10, X
VVVVVVVV [V = 5] 30X (= 40, Farty)


W

W [as pictographic upside-down roof] 26.14 (w/ Eaves)
W [as Wen, archaic W, “swelling,” pudendum; = VV, UU] 89X; 90.4; 91.6; 148X; 150X
Waddle(d, -r) [cf. Wattles] 38.2; 88.14; 148X
Wade (-ing) [cf. Waite, White, Weight(y), Wide, Wyatt, Watt] 21X; 147X
Wafer [cf. Waiver] 95.12-13
Waffle(d) 135.11
Wag 118X
Wage(s) [cf. Wedges] 64.4; 118X
Waif [cf. Waive, Wave] 34X; 97X
Waist [cf. Waste] 116.13
Wait(ing, -er) 129.4; 147X
Waite [Mr.] [cf. Wyatt, Wight, Wit, White; cf. Akrigg index, Chute 135] 32.2; 36X; 62X; 63.8; 79.8; 82.8; 93.14; 122X (Tom Waite); 127X; 131.4; 142.10-11, X; 143X; 144X; 145.9; 148X; 151.1; 152X; 154X

Waiter [cf. Whiter] 95.9; 106A.11
Waive(r) [cf. Waif, Wave] 60X; 95.12-13
Walker, O.? Ro.? 107A.14
Wallace 107A.12; 141.4
Wall of Glass [theatrical] 10.5
Wallow(ed) 49.3; 133.3
Wan [cf. One, Won] 70.10, 14; 83.9; 122.11; 132.5; 136.10; 143.2; 152.4; 153.1
Wand [phallic] 27.10; 64.1, 3; 91.13; 135.4-5; 139.3; 142.13
Wane(d) 126.13; 146.12
Wanna-be 127X
Want 146.1-2
War(s, -ring) [cf. Q were] 23.11; 27.1, 5; 55.4; 60.10; 80.4, 14; 81.6; 84.1; 85.2, 8; 88.4; 101A.5; 108A.7; 112A.10 (w/ Disarm); 114.13; 132.2; 144.4; 151.1; 153.7; 154.1

War in Hell [as topic] 81.6-7
Ward 116.3 (w/ Lear); 154.1
Warden [cf. Wording] 60.6; 78.13
Warfare 144.4
Warm 146X
Warp(ed) [cf. Weft] 52.5; 151X
Warship [cf. Worship] 151.9
Wart(s), Warty [cf. Q Word] 26.12; 29.11; 48.6; 54.13; 55.4; 60.6; 62.14; 64.6; 74.2; 77.6; 78.13; 83.4, 11; 101A.5; 108A.7; 118.14; 120.4; 122.8; 135.7; 144.10; 151.1; 154.1, 7, 10

Wasp 144.1
Wassail(s, -er) [cf. Vessel] 15.12; 35.8; 40.13; 108A.5; 139.3; 144.5; 145.6 (w/ Jesus); 148.14 (w/ Pee); 152.1
Waste(d, -r) [cf. Waist] 53X; 60.13; 116.13; 120.6; 129.2
Watch(ed) 94.11; 152X
Water(y) 135.11; 145.14; 148X
Watt [cf. Wyatt] 122X (Tom Watt)
Wattle(s, -ed) 88.13
Wave(s, -y) [cf. Waive, Waif] 21X; 40X; 97X; 107A (X, w/ Oars); 142X
Waver(ed) 127.9
Waxed 74.5; 129.9
Way 108A (X)
Waylay 144.13
Wayne [cf. Wane, Wine, Weighing] 115X
Wayside 85.2; 89.1
Weak(en) [cf. Wick, Week] 103A.7; 153.9
Weapon(s) 80.10; 86X; 100A.14; 146.9
Wear(s, Wore, Worn) 135.12; 141.12; 153.7
Weary [cf. Wiry, Worry, Wary] 122.6; 135.5
Weasle(d) [cf. Wassail, Vessel] 65.11; 108A.5; 135.11; 145.6
Weave, Wove 142X
Web, Webs, Webby [cf. Whip] 22X; 56X; 94X; 100A.14; 134X; 135X
Webber 133.10
Wed(ded) [cf. Wit, Wet] 38.2; 44.4; 102A (X); 104A (X); 106A.10; 114X; 120X; 140.2; 147X; 150X
Wedge(s, -d, -ing) 64.4; 124X; 143.7; 150.8; 151X
Wee 60.14; 60X (Wee-wee; cf. Piss)
Weedy [cf. Witty] 124.12 (w/ Eden, O’ergrows) 143.6; 149.5
Weep(y) [cf. Wipe, Web, Whip] 96.8; 133.10
Weft 76.3; 134.6
Weigh(ed, -t, -ty, -ted, -ing; cf. Anne’s weight) 34X; 38X; 59X; 61X; 68.8; 74X; 84.9; 114X; 115X; 117.7; 122X; 127.1; 133X; 136X; 137X; 141.10; 143X; 144X; 147X; 150.8; 152X; 154X

Weir 85.2; 110A.8; 126.10; 151X
Weird [cf. Word, Wired, Wart] 113.13; 123.14; 126.5, 10; 134.5; 141.2
Welcome 68.8; 86.1; 86.5
Well(s) [pudendal] 70.2; 102A.1; 154X
Welliking [Plump, Hearty] 135.4, 13 (w/ Emilia); 139.3
Wen [swelling, runic W (Wyn); cf. Win, Wind] 48.9; 53 (cf. comments); 55.14; 75X; 80X; 96.14 (you, you = UU); 97.14; 151.2
Wench(ing) [cf. Wince] 50.9; 109A.7; 148.9
Wendell 83.6
West 136.11; 145X; 150X
West [Sir Thomas?] 25.10; 33.12; 90X; 95.13; 134.6
Weston, Wm. 145X
Wet(ted) [cf. Wit, Wed, Wight, Waite, White, Weight] 62X; 80X; 117X; 129.2; 130.1; 138.14; 140.2; 142.8; 153.8
WH [cf. Southampton; John Hall (W = IN) 7.3 (his “dual” nature); 5.2 (as John Hall); 6.2 (as John Hall); 45.9 (identity); 47.3 (and John); 57.8; 79.6 (Who’s WH: I always write of you); 80.10-13; 85.1 (Who’s the muse? Southy/S. Hall); 100A; 101A.6; 101A.14 (“of Calais”); 120.5; 123X; 130.4; 133.2, 13; 143.1; 144.1; 146.9, 12; 147.13; 154.7, 13

Whale(s, -ing) 15.3; 110A.9; 118X; 133.2 (w/ Porpoise)
Wharf (-’d) 27.5; 84.14; 144.4
Wheat 101A.10/ 127.11
Whence 44.9
Where 151X
Whet(ted) [cf. White] 150.8
Whey 42.5; 143.9
Whiff(ed, -ing) [cf. Q Wife, Wise, Wave] 34.14; 56.14; 75X; 80X; 96.12; 114X; 115X; 117.9, X; 127.9 (w/ Rat, Stool); 129X; 136.8; 138.7; 142X; 143X; 145X; 147.5

Whim [cf. Wm.] 56X; 82X; 108A ( (X); 126X; 145X; 146X
Whine (-ing), -y) [cf. Wine] 58.5; 99A (X); 104A.13; 115.7, 14; 127.12
Whinny (-ies) 71.1; 116.7; 123.2; 143.9; 151.2 (w/ Jeers), 5
Whip(s, -ped) [cf. Web, Wipe] 22X; 74X; 110A (X); 116.6; 120X; 134X; 149X
Whirl 65.9; 74.1
Whistle 27.14; 65.11
Whitaker [Southampton’s tutor? cf. Akrigg 28] 114.6
White(r, -n, -d) [cf. Waite, Wight, Weight, Wyatt] 53X; 62X; 65X; 69.2; 95.9; 101A.14; 104A.3, 4; 112A (X); 124.12; 127X; 129.4; 135.9, X; 136X; 137X; 139.4; 143.1, 2; 147.1; 149.4, 9, 10; 150.8; 151.10 (w/ Jelly [implying Semen]); 153.4 (w/ Yule); 154.14, X

Whitehall (Miss; place name) 142X; 148X; 151.13 (w/ Toppling [cf. Southy, Essex rebellion?])
White hand 149.5 (w/ Isolde)
White man 147.13 (w/ DeSoto)
Whizz(ing) 139.1-2
Whoa 146X
Who-knows 142.11
Wholesale 125.13-14
Wholesome 101A.14
Wholly [cf. Holy] 151.1
Whom [cf. Home, Homme] 121.13; 151.8
Whore(s, -d, -ing, -ish) [cf. Oar, Hour, Q or, hower] 1 gameboard 9; 25.5; 35.14; 59.2; 63.5; 65.4; 67.11; 71X; 80.9; 81.1; 84.5; 85.3; 90.5; 92.6; 94.1; 95.10; 97.1; 99A.2; 100A.5; 106A.11; 121.8; 122.12; 123.11; 126.12; 130.8; 131.1; 132.11; 133.4; 134.13; 135.12; 136.4; 137.7, 13; 138.2; 139.3; 140.7, 12; 141.12; 142.1; 143.8; 145.6; 146.2 (w/ Lady), 3; 147.4; 148.8-9; 149.12; 151.6; 153.9, 12, 14; 154.7

Wick(ed) [cf. Weak, Week] 124X; 128X; 137.4; 143.7; 152X; 153.9; 154.4
Wickham [name? town? cf. Wyckham] 48X; 53.3
Wide(r) [cf. white] 108A.14; 115X; 131.4; 132.9; 137.5; 143.1, 2
Wide-eye 98.8
Widow(s, -ed) 38.9, X; 59X; 70.5; 72.3; 76.6-7; 83.6; 93.10-11; 96.10; 114X; 115X; 117X; 120X; 143X; 150X; 152X
Wife(ly, -d) [cf. Use, Vise, Verse, Whiff, Wise, Q vse, wish] 28.3; 35X; 58X; 72.11; 73.12; 80X; 114X; 117X; 120.1; 121.3; 129.2, X; 133.6; 135.11; 136.8; 140.12; 142X; 143X; 145X; 147.5; 152X

Wiggle 69.6
Wight(s) [cf. Waite, White, Weight, Wyatt] 34.5; 46.13; 62X; 65X; 70.12; 79.8; 130X; 131.4; 142.10-11, X; 144X; 145.9; 149X; 150.1
Will(ed) 25.8; 38.8; 90.3, 12; 99A (X); 123.2, X; 132.10 (Will S.); 145.3, 4-5; 154X
William [cf. Whim] 69.1-2 (Will-I-am); 76.1 (well m); 108A (X) (Wm, Wam); 126X; 130.9; 138.9; 145X; 146X
Willis 139.6; 145.4-5
Willow 79.10; 132.10
Willy 75.3; 104A (X); 110A.9; 113.9; 118X; 128.9; 133.9; 139.6 (Willy S.); 148.4
Willow 79.10; 132.10
Willy 75.3; 104A 100A.6; 143.8
Willobie [cf. Avisa] 7.3; 73.7; 74.11; 90.12; 93.4; 118.14; 123X; 124.6; 126.11; 136.6; 149.14
Willoughby, Henry 149.14
Win(ning), Won 80X; 97.14; 105A.14; 124.3
Wince(s, -ing) [cf. Wench] 50.11; 60.14; 107A (X)
Wind(y, -ier) 27.11; 97.14; 112A.9; 113.14; 117.5; 132.2; 133.13, 14; 144.1
Windfall 54.10
Windlass, Windless 69.9; 119.8; 125.9
Window(ed) 124.9-10
Wine [cf. Whine, Win, Wind, Vino] 2X; 58.5; 77.8; 97.14; 104A.9; 127.12 (w/ Mellow); 132.2; 141X; 146X; 151.6
Winner [cf. Waster] 122.9-10
Winnow(ed) 25X; 86.10
Winstead 143.2
Winter [cf. Windier] 133.14
Winter’s Tale, The 1.4
Wipe(d, -r) [cf. Whip, Web] 58X; 86X; 110A (X); 112A (X) (w/ Ass); 116.6; 127X; 131X; 133.10; 145X; 147.7; 149X; 141.11; 153.1
Wiry [cf. Weary] 102A.4 (w/ Thin)
Wise(r, -st) [cf. Wife] 85.8-9; 129.2; 135.11; 140.12; 141.3; 144.11; 145.12, X; 153X
Wise Man [cf. Magi] 13X
Wish(ing) 147X
Wist [Know? cf. West] 64X
Wit(ty, -ted, -tier) [cf. Wed, Wet, Wight, Weight, White] 20X; 23.5; 62X; 74.4; 75X; 80X; 100A.1, 12-13; 104A (X); 122.4; 124.8; 130.13; 131X; 139.12; 142.9; 143.2, 6, X; 146.5; 150.7, X; 152.6

Wita 85.11
Witan 120X
Witch(es) [cf. Wedge, Which] 22.6; 25.8, 13; 32.3; 35.8; 46.12; 52.14; 57.3; 70.8; 73.3, 12; 79.8; 80.11; 82.3; 84.3; 86.11
(Witchlike); 94.11; 100A.10; 109A.6; 111A.8; 115.4; 120.9; 122.12; 123.13; 124.8, X; 126.3; 133.2; 136.11; 142.4, 7; 148.7; 149.3; 150.14; 151.4, X
Witch hazel 147.3
Witchlike 142.4
Withe [cf. Wyatt, White, Waite, Wide, Widow] 98.14
Wither(s, -ed) 132.1; 148.4
Witness 142.10
Wittols [Contented cuckolds, cf. Victuals] 2X
Wizard 48X
Wizened 121.4
Wobble(d, -ly) 39X; 95X; 135X; 142X
Woden [cf. Wooden] 78.1-2
Woe 53X; 59X; 60X; 61X; 65X; 71X; 115X; 125X; 127X; 134X; 135.6; 142.4; 144.4; 146X; 151X
Wold 146X; 151X
Wold 133.3
Wolf 94X; 142.4, X
Wolsey 93.12
Woman 61X
Womb 61X; 73X; 82X; 116X; 141X
Woo(ing) [cf. Woe] 64X; 95X; 112A.4; 145X
Wood [Crazy; cf. Q Would] 21.2; 38.2; 45X; 62.14; 63X; 77.1; 97.5; 102A (X); 135.2 (Lady Wood); 143.14; 144.3 (w/ Fuel, Toasty); 147.4; 148X; 150.13

Wooden 78.1-2; 120X
“Wooden O” [The Globe] 51.14 (“O-scene”)
Woods 102A (X)
Woody [phallic] 21.3; 78X
Woof [cf. Warp] 94X
Wool(y, -3n) 49.3; 124.6; 141.4
Worchester 58.9
Word(s, -y, -ing) [cf. Wart, Ward, Whored] 46.6; 57.4; 60.6; 89.1 (v.) 99A.1; 110A.8; 118.14; 120.3; 126.10; 135.7
Word-form 112A.10
Work 84.12
Worm(ed) 114.11; 146.14
Worms [place name] 74.1; 80.4; 147.6
Worn 142.12
Worry( -ies, -ier) 23.11; 26.14; 90.6- 7; 100A.6; 143.8
Worst(ed) 127.12; 130.11
Worthy 153.10
Wot 145.14
Wound 134X; 141X; 151.8-9
Wrath 85.13
Wreck(s, -er) [cf. Rex, Reek, Rake] 103A.13; 108A.7; 123.11; 135.11
Wrench(es) 154.3
Wrestle (-ling) [cf. Wriothesley] 68.2; 139.13; 141.3
Wrinkles [as Tricks] 12.3
Wriothesley [cf. Southampton, Risley, Rizzy] 66.11; 69.1; 113.3 (Ridley); 130.4; 141.4-5; 152.1
Writ 148X
Write, Written, Writ [cf. Rite, Ride, Right] 47.1-2; 90.4-5; 123.9; 126.4; 135.9; 140.11-12; 144.4
Writer 44.8; 46.4-5; 71.10-11; 106A.14; 133.10; 147.6
Writhing 87.14
Writing 87.14
Wrong [cf. Rung, Rune] 120.3
Wry [cf. Rye, Ray, Awry] 67.6; 82.3; 121.2; 135.7; 143.4; 148.4; 150.11; 154.3
W.S. [cf. Shakespeare, Will] 133X; 147X
Wyatt, Thos. [cf. White, Waite, Wide, Wight, Q What, Yet, Wide] 36.14; 49X; 66.6; 69.2; 79.8; 95.9; 98.14; 115X; 122X; 126.11; 127X; 129.4; 131.4; 136X; 139.1; 142.10-11, X; 143X; 144X; 145.12; 147.13; 148X; 149.5; 140.1, 4, 6; 152X; 153.4; 154.14, X

Wyckham [cf. Wickham] 136.11 (w/ Gaunt 136.3); 141.4
Wycliffe 1.3
Wyn [Runic W, cf. W] 148X


X


X [as pictographic acrostic] 16.1; 18.5, 8, 13; 106A.3; 116.4; 118.3; 127.3; 136.3; 147.6 (w/ Writer); 154.2
X [as Crucify, Torture] 20.4
X [as Obliterate, “X out”] 26.7; 43.5; 81.3; 104A.3; 109A.1; 123.13; 135.13
X [as “Ex-,” Former] 127.3
X [as an Illiterate signature] 140.6
Xanthippe [wife of Socrates] 7.9 (implicit)
Xanthus 130.9
X/O [as in Tick-tack-toe] 63.2-3

Y


Y [as pictographic Groin, cf. V] 7X; 23.8; 27X; 37X; 64.2; 88.9; 90.4; 102A.4, 14; 103A.10; 111A (X); 113.12; 115.3; 120.14; 121.3; 130.2; 138.6 (Y-part); 139X; 143.14; 151.14
Y [as a Fork (in a river)] 109A.2
Y [as “Why?”] 23.8
Yahweh [cf. God, Jehovah] 3X; 112A (X)
Yard 112A.14; 117.7
Yaw [cf. Jaw, Io, You, Ewe] 144X
Ye 138.4; 139X
Year(ly) 126.5, 146.10
Yell 103A.6
Yellow(est) 72.7 (w/ Taper); 79X; 82.1 (w/ Candle); 93.7 (w/ Tartan); 107A.6; 132.10; 139.4; 154.3
Yellow Sea 154.5
Yentl 107A.13
Yes 132.12
Yoke(d) 71.8
Yoo-hoo! 115.13
Yorick 60.1
York 120.8; 122.12
You [cf. Ewe, U] 119.12; 140.8; 145.8- 9
Your [cf. Yore, Ewer] 109A.12; 126.4
Youth 154.12
Yule 43.2; 65.2 (w/ Easter); 66.7; 135.2; 141.9 (w/ Ale); 153.3 (w/ White); 154.8


Z

Z [Zed] 17.14 (Snores?)
Zebra(s) 57.9; 132.1
Zed [Z] 17.14; 81.12; 101A.4; 119.10
Zephyr 130.13; 150.11
Zero(s) [cf. Series, Serious] 35.9; 57.10-11; 59.2; 63.4; 86.6; 101A.14; 124.3; 134.7; 141X; 148.13-14
Zion [cf. Sign, Sighing] 12.2; 24.4; 57.11; 62.3; 76.11; 95.3; 102A.12; 110A.13; 116.9; 122.13; 135.3; 146.7
Zone(s) 103A.8
Zounds! [His wounds!] 43X
Zurich 26.11