Woo – chase – romance, as in a boy chases a girl
Doth – does –
the plural of do
Foe – enemy –
a person who feels hatred
E’en – evening
the latter part of the day and early part of the night.
Adieu – farewell –
goodbye; may you fare well
Fare thee well – goodbye –
Methinks – I think –
to have a conscious mind, to some extent of reasoning,remembering experiences, making rational decisions, etc.
Morrow – days –
in or during the day regularly:
Hark – listen –
to give attention with the ear; attend closely for thepurpose of hearing; give ear.
Ne’er – never –
not ever; at no time:
Tidings – news –
a report of a recent event; intelligence; information
Nay – no –
(a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as inresponse to a question or request)
Well met –hello –
(used to express a greeting, answer a telephone, or attractattention).
Oft – often –
many times; frequently:
Mark – pay attention to –
the act or faculty of attending, especially by directing the mind to an object or person
Anon – soon –
within a short period after this or that time, event,
Decree – order –
an authoritative direction or instruction; command; mandate
Thither – thee –
the objective case of thou:
(used to denote the person or thing addressed)
Thy – your –
(a form of the possessive case of you used as an attributive adjective)
Thou – you –
one; anyone; people in general:
Soft- wait a minute –
To wait for a exact time or period
Wherefore – why –
For what reason, cause, or purpose?
Shun – ignore –
to refrain from noticing or recognizing:
E’er – ever
at all times; always
feeling fear; filled with apprehension
not closed or barred at the time, as a doorway by a door, awindow by a sash, or a gateway by a gate
Wot – know -
to perceive or understand as fact or truth; to apprehendclearly and with certainty
O’er – over
above in place or position
above and to the other side of
Verily – truly
in accordance with fact or truth; truthfully.
exactly; accurately; correctly.
rightly; properly; duly.
legitimately; by right.
really; genuinely; authentically.
Hence – away from here, from this place
from this or that place;
Prithee – please
(used as a polite addition to requests, commands, etc.) ifyou would be so obliging;
Perchance – maybe
to move or proceed, especially to or from something
Fain- obliged, forced, compelled
enforced or compulsory
to require or constrain, as by law, command, conscience,...