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A grammar and dictionary of the Malay language : with a preliminary ...

A grammar and dictionary of the Malay language : with a preliminary ...

A grammar and dictionary of the Malay language : with a preliminary

  • Page 5: GRAMMAR AND DICTIONARY MALAY LANGUA
  • Page 8 and 9: suu.n: printers, wiiitefriarh.
  • Page 11 and 12: A DICTIONARY MALAY AND ENGLISH LANG
  • Page 13 and 14: AJI—A^R [3] A^R—ALA Aji (jAv).
  • Page 15 and 16: AMB—AMU [5] ANA—ANA Ambil-ati.
  • Page 17 and 18: AX5—AXG [7] ANG—AXG reckoned by
  • Page 19 and 20: ARA—AEI [9] ARI—ASA Aradat (a).
  • Page 21 and 22: ATU—AYA [11] AYA—AZI Aturkan. T
  • Page 23 and 24: ^ADAT (a). Custom, usage; mode, fas
  • Page 25 and 26: BAJ—BAL [15] BAL—BAL Bajing. To
  • Page 27 and 28: BAX—BAR [17] BAR—BAE Bangkulon(
  • Page 29 and 30: BAW—BAT [19] BAY—BAd Bawal-itam
  • Page 31 and 32: BAL— BAL [21 ] BAL— BAN Balangk
  • Page 33 and 34: BAR—BAR [23] BAR—BAR Barangan-p
  • Page 35 and 36: BAR—BAR [25] BAR—BAR Barlurohan
  • Page 37 and 38: BAR—BAR [27] BAR—B^D Bartalut (
  • Page 39 and 40: BIL—BIN [29] BIN—BIS Bilah (j).
  • Page 41 and 42: Boros (j). BOI^-BRA [31] BRA—BUB
  • Page 43 and 44: BUN-BUN [33] BUN—BUS Buni. To hid
  • Page 45 and 46: CHA—CHA [35] CHA-CHA Chachah-siti
  • Page 47 and 48: CHA-CHA [37] CHA—CHE CMmbul. A pe
  • Page 49 and 50: CHU—CHTJ [39] CHU—DAH Chuchuh.
  • Page 51 and 52: DAW—DAL [41 ] DAL—DAR Dawun-buw
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    DID—DRA [43] DRA—DUR Didik. To

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    DRA—ELO [45 EMU—FAL D-rast'arat

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    GAL^GAN [47] GAN—GAR GaLos. To ca

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    GAM—GAN [49] GAN—GAR Gamalunggu

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    Galuk. Gobah (j). GLU—GOP [51] GO

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    GUW—HtJR [53] ZTAF—/fAN Guwama

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    IKU—IXC [ 55 INC—INU Iku (Jat).

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    i lYU-JAJ [ 57 JAJ—JAM lyu. A sha

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    JAR—JAW [ 59 JAY—JAM Jaruman (j

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    JAR—JIY [61 JOD--JUJ Jitruk pos.

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    JUR—KAA [ 63 KAA—KAC Jiiru-tAnu

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    KAI—KAK [ 65] KAK—KAL Kail. A f

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    KAP—KAR [68] KAR—KAS Kaputusan

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    KAW—KAY [70] KAY—KAC Kawin (p).

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    kAl—kAl [ 72 ] KAL—KAM Kalantan

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    KAIvI—KAN [74] KAN—KAN English

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    KAKr—KAT L 76] KAT—KEC afifaii*

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    KIP—KLA [rs] KLA—KOK Kipu (ben)

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    KRA—KRI [80] KRI—KUD Kramau (ja

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    KUN—KUP [ 82 KUP—KUS Kuna (JAV)

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    A'las. Argument ment, opinion. iKTi

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    LAM—LAN [86] LAN—LAP Lamus (bat

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    LAW—LAB [88] lAb—lAk Lawe (JAv)

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    lAP—LK [90] LEL—Lie Lapah. To d

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    LIY-LON [92] Lor— LUD Liyaug-id-u

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    LUR—L'lL [94] MA—MAH Lui-uh (ja

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    MAL—MAN [96] MAN—MAN ashamed ;

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    MAS—MAT [98] MAT—MAW tiiil ; na

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    MAL-MAL [ 100 ] MAL—MAL Malanger

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    MAM—MAM [102] MAM—MAM Mdmbangun

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    MAN—MAN [ 10^ ] MAN—MAN Manabmn

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    MAN—MAN [ 106 ] MAN—MAN Milnta.

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    MAN—MAN [ 108 mAn—mAn Mangalis.

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    MAN—MAN [110] MAN -MAN Mangonchan

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    MAN—MAN [ 112 ] MAN—MAN M^iidng

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    MAR—MAS [114] MAS—MEG Maringank

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    MIY—MOR [IIG] MOR—MUJ Miyara (b

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    MUS—NAD 1 118 ] NAD—NAN Musai'a

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    NAJ—NIB [ 120] NID—NU// pollute

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    NUR-ORA [ 122] ORA—PAD Nur-putih.

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    PAK—PAL [124] PAL—PAN Paksi. A

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    PAN—PAN [ 12« ] PAN—PAR Panti

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    PAS—PAT [ 128 ] PAT—PAW Pasamah

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    PAK—PAL [ 130] PAL—PAM before i

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    PAN—PAN [132] pAn—pAn Panarakan

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    PAN—PAN [134 ] PAN—PAP Pangera

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    PAR—PAR [ 136 ] PAR^PAR Parbunoha

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    PAR—PAR [138] PAR—PAS Parsilmba

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    PIJ—PIN [ 140 PIN—PIN Pijit (j.

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    PON—PRA [142] PRA—PRA Poud'okau

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    PuchAt (j). PUC—PUL [ 144] PUL—

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    PUL—PUN [146] PUN—PUN Pulo-sAma

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    PUU-RAB [148] RAB-RAI lence ; to en

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    RAM—RAN [150 ] RAN—RAT Rampog (

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    RAJ—RAM [152] RAM—RAS Rajang. A

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    ROD—RUA [ 154 ] RUB—RUM Rodok (

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    SAB -SAB [ 15(J SAB—SAG Sabaiiak-

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    SAK—SAL [158] SAL—SAM Sakit-gig

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    SAM—SAN [ 160 ] SAN—SAN Samsam.

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    SAP—SAR [ 162 ] SAR—SAR Sapu. T

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    SAW—SAB [164] SAB—SAD Sawau (JA

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    SAL—SAL [ 166 SAL—SAM the iuter

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    SAM—SAN [ 168 ] SAN—SAN express

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    SAR—SAR [170] SAR—SAT S&rbu. To

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    SIK—SIM [ 1T2] SIM—SIN Sikapkan

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    SIY—SOM [174] SOM—SRI I Siyal (

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    SUK—SUL [176] SUL—SUM Sukar-kas

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    SUR—SUS [178] SUS—suw Surakarta

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    CAB—TAG [ 180 ] TAG—TAK QaBAT (

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    TAM—TAM [182] TAM—TAN Tambako.

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    Tauakan, v. TaCai. TAN—TAB [184]

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    TAG—TAL [ 186 ] TAL—TAL Tdgor.

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    TAlSr—TAN [188] TAN—TAP Tanang

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    TlR—tAR [190] TAR—TAR kick foi'

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    TIB—TIM [192] TIM—TIM Tiba-jamp

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    TIY—TOK [194] TOL—TRA Tiyada-md

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    TUD-—TUK [ 106 ] TUK—TUL Tud'un

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    TUN—TUP [ 198 ] TUR—TUT Tund'a

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    UBA—UBI [ 200 ] UBI—UJU duce al

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    ULU-UMP [ 202 ] UMU—UNG Ulu (j).

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    UTA—WAJ [ 204 ] WAL—WAR Utar-ut

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    WIL—XAI [ 206 ] XAL—YAS Wilis (

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    ZAM—ZUL [ 208 ] ZAT—ZU the Kora

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    ABS—ACC [2] ACC—ACQ Absolve, to

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    ADV—AFF [4] AFF—AGA Advaucc-gua

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    ALL—ALT ALT—AMM Allfours. Barka

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    ANT—APP [8] APP— APP Antick, a

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    ART—ASP [ 10] ASP—ASS Articulat

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    AUG—AVO [12] AVO—BAC Augment, t

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    BAR—BAS [14] BAS—BEA Barb of a

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    [16] Beget, to generate. Paranak, p

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    BIR—BLE [18] BLE—BLO Bird of Pa

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    BOR-BOW [20] BOW—BRA Bore, the ti

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    BRO—BUI [22] BUL—BUR Brood-hen.

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    CAL—CAP [24] CAP—CAR Calumniate

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    CAT—CEM [26] CEN—GHA Catch cont

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    CHA—CHE [28] CHE—CHO Chase, pur

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    CLA—CLE [30] CLE—CLO Clatter, t

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    COH—COL [32] COL—COM Cohere, to

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    COM COM [34] COM—COM Compare, to

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    CON—CON [36] CON—CON Conduct, t

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    CON—CON [38] CON—CON maksakdn,

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    COR—COU [40] COU—COU Correct, t

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    CRE-CRO [42] CRO— CRO Credits, ou

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    OUR—CYC [44] Cun-oncy, money. Uwa

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    DEC—DEE [46] DEE—DEF Deceive, t

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    DEM-DEP [48] DEP—DES Demeanour. L

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    [50] Devastation. kakaramau. Pamban

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    DIS—DIS [52] DIS DIS Discipline,

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    DIS—DIS [54] DIS—DIV Dissolutio

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    DRA—DRA [56] DRE—DRI Drag, to p

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    DUN—EAQ [58] EAG—ECH Dung-hill.

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    ELE—EMB [60] EMB—EMI Elephantia

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    EN^C—ENG [62] ENG—ENQ Eiicumbei

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    EQU—ERR [G4] ERR—EST Equestrian

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    EXA—EXC [ 66 ] EXC—EXI Exact, t

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    EXU—FAI [68] FAI—FAL Exuitatiou

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    Father. Bapa, bapak, pa, pak, i-aui

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    FIL—FIR [72] FIR—FIV Filter, st

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    FLO—FOL [74] FOL—FOR Flower-cii

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    FOR-FOU [76] FOU—FRA Forsooth, iu

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    FUL—FY [78] GAB—GAN Full, reple

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    GET—GIV [80] GIZ—GLO patkan, ma

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    GOV—GRA [82] GRA—GRI Governor (

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    GUN— HAI [84] Gun, cannon, great

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    HAS—HAY [86] HAZ—HEA Hasp (a).

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    HER—HIG [88] HIG—HO Herbage, gr

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    HON—HOS [90 1 HOS—HUG Honourabl

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    IGN—1MB [92] 1MB—IMP Ignited. P

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    IMP—INC [U INC—IND Iiuprudeut,

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    ING—INN [96] INO—INS Ingot, mas

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    INT—INT [98] INT—INV Interrupt

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    JAR^rOI [100] JOI—JUI Jargon. Bah

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    KNA—LAB [ 102 ] LAB—LAM Kuave,

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    LAV—LEA [ 104 ] LEA—LEA Lavish,

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    LIB—LIG [ 106 ] LIG—LIK Lilicia

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    LOF—LOO [108] LOO—LOV Loft, gar

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    MAI—MAL [110] MAL—MAN Maid, vir

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    MAR-MAT [112] MAT—MEA Martyi- (a

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    MES -MIL [114] MIL—MIS Messengei-

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    MON—MOR [ nc] MOR—MOU Money, re

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    MUT—NAR [118] NAS—NEE !M utter,

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    NO—NOT [ T20 ] NOT-^NUR No. Tiyad

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    OCC—OLD [ 122] OLD—OPE Occident

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    ORI—OUT [m] OUT—OVE Origin, beg

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    PA I—PAL [ 126 ] PAL—PAR Pain,

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    PAW— PEE [ 128 1 PEE—PEN Pawn,

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    PER—PER [ 130 PER—PIE Perpend (

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    PIT—PLA [132] PLA—PLE Pity, com

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    POL—POR [134] POR—POT Polluted,

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    PRE—PRE [136] PRE— PRI Prepared

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    PRO—PRO [ 138 ] PRO—PRO Proliib

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    PUN—PUS [140] PUS--PYR Pungent, a

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    RAI—EAN [142] RAN—RAT Raiment,

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    Reciting, relating. Bartuturan, bar

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    REL—REN [146] REN—REP Rely, to

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    KES—RET [148] RET—REV man, mdnd

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    RIG—RIS [ 150 ] RIS—ROC Rightly

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    RUB—RUN [ 152 ] RUN—SAD Rubbish

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    SAV-SCA [154] SCA— SCO Save onese

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    SEC—SEI [ 156] SEI—SEN Sect, ca

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    SHA—SHA [158] SHA—SHE Shackles,

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    SHY— SIL [160] SIL—SIN Shy, res

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    SLE—SMA [162] SMA— SNA Slender,

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    SON—sou [ lt54 ] SOU—SPA ten Ba

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    SPI—SPO [ 166 ] SPO—SPR Si^irt

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    STA—STA [168] STA—STA Stable (h

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    STI—STO [170] STO—STO Still, ye

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    STR—STR [ 172] STR—STU kakrasan

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    sue—SUI [174] SUI—SUN Such, a p

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    SUR—SWA [ I7fi ] SWA—SWE Surren

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    TAK—TAP [ 178 ] TAP—TEA Take in

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    TER—THE [ ISO] THE—THI Terminat

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    THR—THU [182] THU—TIM Thrill, t

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    TOO—TOU [184] TOU—TRA Toothed,

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    TRA—TRI [186] TRI—TRO Traveller

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    TUR—TWA [188] TWA—UGL mangidSri

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    UNI—UNP [ 190] UNQ—UNU Unit. Sa

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    VAL—VAS [192] VAS—VER Valedicti

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    VIS-WAP [194] WAF—WAL Visitor, gu

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    WAS—WAT [196] WAV—WEA Waste, to

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    WHE—WHI [ 198 ] WHI—WIL Wherebj

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    WON—WOR [ 200 ] WOR—WRI Wonder,

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    LONDON' : nUADDURV AXU EVAN'S, PRIN

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