Note: Change headform to -es(se.
Note: Forms: Also -esce, -esh, -isse.
Note: See humbles(se īdeles(se: need a new sense to accommodate forms like these derived from an adjective and -es(se, unless (at least in these two cases) -es(se actually represents assimilation of the -n- of the suffix -nes(se to to -l-. Note that the headwords humblenes(se and īdelnes(se also exist in the MED.
Note: See venǧeresse n.--belongs to sense (c).
Note: Note variant forms vengerous, vengerousses in the ?a1500 quot. for venǧeresse n. whose endings may belong under -es(se suf. (or perh. to -e(resse suf.).--notes per MLL