Now when he awaked, he lept foorth of his bed, got his sword in his hand, & called his seruants to come & helpe him.
He lept six foot in the air an' snorted like he was shunting cars.
When he came outside with a iron girdle about him, and a pizen spear, he lept in dead earnest, he did.
Henry lept at the offer, hoping that England would bear the expense of the undertaking.
And so he lept upon his horse, and departed all the knights and men with him.
lepto- or lept-
Slender; thin; fine: leptocyte.