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Hatch, subst. 1) a half-door: “sit down at the h.” Err. III, 1, 33. “in at the window, or else o'er the h.” John I, 171 (i. e. by any way, if not the right one). “take the h.” V, 2, 138; in the same sense as “leap the h.” Lr. III, 6, 76.
2) Plur. --es == the deck of a ship: “the mariners all under --es stowed,” Tp. I, 2, 230. “asleep under the --es,” V, 99. “clapped under --es,” V, 99 “if he come under my --es, I'll never to sea again,” Wiv. II, 1, 96. “I stood upon the --es,” H6B III, 2, 103. “to walk upon the --es,” R3 I, 4, 13. R3 I, 4, 13 “we have a chest beneath the --es,” Per. III, 1, 72.
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