**Third,**the ordinal of three; 1) the first after the second:

**Sonn. 99, 10**.

**Tp. I, 2, 445**.

**V, 311**.

**Gent. IV, 4, 24**.

**Wiv. V, 1, 2**.

**Ado V, 1, 276**.

**LLL V, 1, 56**.

**V, 2, 113**.

**Merch. I, 3, 20**.

**Merch. I, 3, 20**

**II, 7, 8**.

**III, 1, 11**.

**III, 1, 11**

**As I, 2, 137**.

**V, 4, 98**.

**Shr. Ind. I, 13**.

**Shr. Ind. I, 13**

**Tw. I, 5, 141**.

**Tw. I, 5, 141**

**II, 3, 189**(

**let the fool make a t.;**cf.

**H6B III, 2, 303**).

**V, 40**“(the old saying is, the t. pays for all).”

**Wint. II, 1, 145**.

**III, 2, 99**.

**H4A I, 2, 207**.

**H4B I, 3, 72**.

**III, 2, 330**.

**H5 I, 2, 248**

**(Edward the T.)**etc. “the poor t. is up,”

**Ant. III, 5, 12**(i. e. Lepidus, the last of the three triumvirs).

2) as a fractional number, == one of three equal (parts): “the t. part of a minute,”

**Mids II, 2, 2**. “a full t. part,”

**Cor. V, 6, 78**. Substantively:

**Lr. I, 1, 82**.

**Lr. I, 1, 82**

**Ant. II, 2, 63**.

**Cymb. V, 4, 19**.

**three --s**(i.e. the whole, all)

**All's II, 5, 32**. In

**Tp. IV, 3**O. Edd.

**I have given you here a t. of mine own life;**M. Edd.

**thread**or

**thrid.**