**Each,**1) used of an indefinite number, a) == every, any: “would move e. part in me that were but sensible,”

**Ven. 436**. “e. envious brier his weary legs doth scratch, e. shadow makes him stop, e. murmur stay,”

**Ven. 436**“from whom e. lamp and shining star doth borrow,”

**Ven. 436**

**Lucr. 309**.

**Lucr. 309**

**Lucr. 309**

**Lucr. 309**

**Sonn. 7, 2**.

**48, 2**.

**127, 5**.

**Pilgr. 92**.

**Tp. I, 2, 329**.

**Tp. I, 2, 329**

**III, 3, 48**.

**V, 251**.

**Gentl. I, 2, 119**.

**II, 7, 35**.

**IV, 2, 51**.

**Wiv. V, 5, 67**.

**LLL I, 1, 107**.

**Mids. V, 405**.

**Mids. V, 405**

**Tw. V, 258**.

**Wint. II, 3, 154**.

**IV, 4, 1**.

**IV, 4, 1**

**John III, 4, 128**.

**H4A I, 1, 64**.

**V, 2, 93**.

**H4B I, 1, 158**.

**H6B III, 1, 221**.

**H6C V, 6, 12**.

**R3 V, 3, 25**.

**R3 V, 3, 25**

**Tim. IV, 3, 423**etc. etc.

**e. day**== every day, daily:

**Sonn. 108, 6**.

**R2 I, 1, 22**.

**H6B III, 1, 63**. Alternating with

**every**: “e. passion labours so, that every present sorrow seemeth chief,”

**Ven. 969**.

**e. one**== every one: “the locks between her chamber and his will, e. one by him enforced,”

**Lucr. 303**. “e. one, tripping on his toe, will be here,”

**Tp. IV, 46**. “she would to e. one sip,”

**Wint. IV, 4, 62**. “through this grate I count e. one and view the Frenchmen,”

**H6A I, 4, 60**. “thanks to all at once and to e. one,”

**Mcb. V, 8, 74**. “e. particular saint,”

**Meas. V, 243**. “e. several paper,”

**Gentl. I, 2, 108**.

**Mids. V, 424**.

**H4B IV, 1, 170**.

**Mcb. IV, 3, 96**.

**Per. IV, 4, 6**.

**bide the penance**“of e. three years' day,”

**LLL I, 1, 115**(== of every day in the space of three years). “at e. his needless heavings,”

**Wint. II, 3, 35**.

b) every one, every body: “like a school broke up, e. hurries toward his home,”

**H4B IV, 2, 105**. “compel from e. the sixth part of his substance,”

**H8 I, 2, 57**.

**H8 I, 2, 57**“gazed e. on other,”

**R3 III, 7, 26**. “men of heart looked wondering e. on other,”

**Cor. V, 6, 100**. “this shouldering of e. other in the court,”

**H6A IV, 1, 189**. “whiles they e. other cross,”

**IV, 3, 52**.

2) used of a definite and limited number; a) joined to a subst.: “in e. cheek appears a pretty dimple,”

**Ven. 242**. “with e. end of thy blue bow,”

**Tp. IV, 80**. “in e. eye one,”

**Merch. V, 245**. “the true succeeders of e. royal house,”

**R3 V, 5, 30**. “e. man apart,”

**Tim. V, 1, 110**.

**e. one**: “e. one with ireful passion,”

**Err. V, 151**. “the whole world again cannot pick out five such, take e. one in his vein,”

**LLL V, 2, 548**.

**e. one to this office,**

**Shr. Ind. I, 73**.

**V, 2, 66**.

**Wint. V, 3, 153**.

**R2 III, 2, 132**.

**H6C II, 1, 26**.

**H6C II, 1, 26**

**Tit. III, 1, 278**.

**Cymb. V, 3, 49**.

b) absolutely, == every one out of a certain number: “e. leaning on their elbows,”

**Ven. 44**. “e. do in consent shake hands,”

**Sonn. 28, 5**. “e. doth good turns unto the other,”

**47, 2**.

**Wiv. V, 5, 27**.

**Ado V, 3, 29**.

**LLL IV, 3, 162**.

**LLL IV, 3, 162**

**V, 2, 148**.

**All's II, 3, 63**.

**IV, 3, 187**.

**H5 III, 7, 169**.

**H6B II, 4, 61**.

**Troil. IV, 1, 65**.

**Tim. IV, 2, 27**.

**Mcb. I, 3, 44**etc.

**e. other,**α) separated by a prepos.: “which e. to other hath so strongly sworn,”

**LLL I, 1, 309**. “wink e. at other,”

**Mids. III, 2, 239**.

**Tim. V, 5, 83**.

**Mcb. I, 3, 155**.

**Ant. II, 2, 138**. β) placed together: “white and red e. other did destroy,”

**Ven. 346**.

**Wiv. II, 2, 114**.

**Mids. III, 2, 363**.

**As V, 2, 11**.

**Tw. V, 222**.

**John II, 406**.

**R2 I, 1, 27**.

**I, 3, 184**.

**H5 III, 2, 146**.

**R3 I, 3, 189**.

**I, 4, 243**.

**Troil. I, 3, 391**.

**Ant. III, 6, 78**. “both crystals, where they viewed e. other's sorrow,”

**Ven. 963**. “they interchange e. other's seat,”

**Lucr. 70**. “both stood wondering e. other's chance,”

**Lucr. 70**“we still did meet e. other's man,”

**Err. V, 386**.

**H5 IV Chor.**

**H5 IV Chor.**

**V, 2, 379**.

**R3 II, 2, 114**.

**Each,**alone, == each other: “but being both from me, both to e. friend, I guess one angel in another's hell,”

**Sonn. 144, 11**. “ten masts at e. make not the altitude which thou hast perpendicularly fell,”

**Lr. IV, 6, 53**(== each joined to another). cf. “matched in mouth like bells, e. under e.”

**Mids. IV, 1, 129**. “mark how one string, sweet husband to another, strikes e. in e. by mutual ordering,”

**Sonn. 8, 10**(== the strings strike each other mutually, one making the other sound).