1. guilders — Dutch coins worth about forty cents (1.1.8)

2. intestine jars — internal conflicts (1.1.11)

3. amain — with full speed (1.1.92)

4. disannual — cancel (1.1.144)

5. cozenage — cheating (1.2.97)

6. keep fair quarter — keep the peace (2.1.109)

7. Marry — mild exclamation (originally an oath, from “by the Virgin Mary”) (2.2.50)

8. tiring — hairdressing (2.2.98)

9. course and drift — general meaning (2.2.210)

10. Sirrah — term used in addressing inferiors (2.2.210)

11. carcenet — jeweled necklace (3.1.4)

12. mickle — much (3.1.99)

13. stirring passage — busy traffic (3.1.99)

14. become disloyalty — make infidelity seem becoming (3.2.11)

15. board — table (3.2.18)

16. chalky cliffs — teeth (3.2.12)

17. ducats — gold coins of varying origin and value (4.1.29)

18. waftage — passage by sea (4.2.38)

19. heart’s meteors tilting — emotions tossing (4.2.6)

20. creeks — winding alleys (4.2.38)

21. conjure — solemnly call on (4.3.66)

22. forswore — denied an oath (5.1.11)

23. stand — prepare to fight (5.1.31)

24. wot — know (5.1.148)

25. wasting lamps — dimming eyes (5.1.316)

(This is a sample only. See any good Shakespeare text for further help with meanings in context, definitions, and pronunciations.)