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A new pocket dictionary of the English and Swedish languages

A new pocket dictionary of the English and Swedish languages

28 Bef Before, prp. &

28 Bef Before, prp. & ad. innan, fottnn, fbrut; framfot, infot. - hand, ad. fotur, i fot[)anb. Befoul, V. a. otenfl, fmutfo. Befriend, f. a. bemiitavtnnligt, gi^nnn. Befringe , f. a. bcftnnfa, vtyCa iiieb ftanfnt. Beg, V. a. begnta, bcbja; tigga. Beget, V. a. nfla, fotia; ftambtingo. - ter, 3. facer, ciflnve Beggar, s. tiggatc, n(niofel)jon. _-, ^•. a. uiatma, gijta titl tiggntc. -liness, a. fnttigtom, atmoft. - Ij', a. 6t ad. fattig, ufef, ringa; ntfcrigr, ufctr. -5', s. tiggeti, fattigboui. Begin, v. a. & n. botjn, begpnna. - ner, s. begynnare. - ning, s. beg»>n= nelfe, bijtjan. Begird, v. a. ontgjorba ; infianga. Begnaw, v. a. gnngn, frnto. Begod, V. a. fotgutn. Begone, int. bott! unban! go! Begot, Begotten, a. foDC, oflab. Begrease, v. a. befmotja iiieb fett. Begrime, v. a. necfota, nerfniutfa. Beguile, v. a. beDraga, gdcfa, nnrta. -r, «. ffiilni, bcbragave. Beguiling, s. b«Dtageri. Begun, f. Begin. Behalf, s. be()cf; b.ifia, ni)tta; f6v= fvar; in my -, i anfcenCf till mig. Behave , v. n. upvfbra fig , bara fig ax, fi)t()affa fig. Behaviour, «. uvijfBtanbe ; lefnat^^ fnit; fotbSaanbe ; anf}antig()et. Behead, v. a. balStjugga. Beheld, f. Behold. Behest, s. befaltning, hnt. Behight, v. a. anfiitito, i>f\>crlenina. Behind, ad. &pr. baf, baftitt, baffijtf, batat; bfrigt. -hand, ac?. eftet. Behold, v.a. befTatia, bctvafta , fe. -, int. fe! fe b«t! - er,s. be|Ifl^ote, offiitate. Beholden, Beholding, a. fotbunbcn, fovpliftafc. - ness , ». ffi)tbigl)«t, fot= binc(igl)«t. Behoney, v. a. fmorja mfft hnnung. Behoofj'S. bcijof, noMotft ; focDcI, nijtta. Bel Behoove, v. n. vnffa fig. -, s. f5rb«[; bfq\>rimligbft. - fij, a. ni^rtig , vIIj Behove, f. Behoove. [(joncig. Behovl, f. a. tjuta at. Being, a. »?nranbe. -, a. tawlfe, sas fenbe : nari'nto. -, c. enieban, font. Belabour, v. a. |la, vcijgln. Belace, v. a. bebtnnia ; T. betagga. Belage, v. a. bopva, bliSta. Belani, v. a. motbutta. Belamie, «. r?nn, fiirtrcgtn. Belamour, s. alffate, fciotc. Belated, a. bfvietfnllen of nattcn. Belatedness, s. Inngfnmljet, fenfats tigljet. [va en ; T. betagga, goto fafi. Belay , v. a. ftntta forfot foe tn ; luta Belch, s. tapning. -, v. n. rapa. Beldam, s. faring, I)fxa. Beleaguer, v. a. belagra, b(0(fero. Beleave, f . a. tfmna, bftierlentna. Belfounder, s. ffocfgjutare. Belfrey, s. flotfftapel, flocftorn. Belie, v. a. beljuga, baftota, fmaba; eftfrlu-irnia, efterapa. Belief, s. tre, iiicning, ?fv>erti)gclfe. Believable, a. tropfirb, trolig. Believe, v. a. tro, fdtta tro till, -r, • en foni Icor. Belike, ad. fannolifr, fijrmobtigen. Bell, *. f(erfo,bjeIIra. -man,s. froiare, ringave ; en fcni utrcpov, utropare. Bell, V. n. udra i form af ftocfor ; ffris fa font bjortnr. [ranbe, friganbe. Belligerant, Belligerous , a. frigfo* Bellow, v. n. rnnio, i[r>, grof. Belly, s. buf, unberlif: mage, -ache, s. bufvarf, folif: -friend, maiuan, fnbltqnff ; -god, ffordtare , fraffare ; -roll, aferedtt; -timber, lif^niebef. Belly, V. n. fudlTa; blifea fet. Belock, V. a. befdfia, tilfiTuta. Belong, V. n. tiffbota; belraffa. Beloved, a. al(Tab. [bet, nebanfore. Below, ad. nere, pS jorben. -,/jr. un^ Belowt, V. a. (fi)nifa, nebifdlla. Belswagger, s. fopplare: fforffrt)tare. Belt, .». batte, !dberg6tbel, yarjgeljang.

Bel -maker, *. gotBcdiiafnce. Belvidere, s. cncfet utfigt. Bemad, f . a. gora fbrti)(ft. Bemangle, v. a. fiinbeuifim, f'onCictfrU Bemat, V. a. I)Ovfof»n. [la- Bemaze, h a. fntta i fotWgenfjct. Bemire, f. a. nerfbla i fututs. Bemoan, v. a. bfgtSta, btflaga. Bemock, t'. a. fcefvotta. Bemoil, f. a. ne&fniutfa. Bemonster, v. a. utfpSfa. Bemourn, v. a. begtotn, beflnga. Bemute, v. n. flavpn fjaber , tugga. Bench ,«. banf; boniotefate, toniflol. -, v.a. fijcfe nub bnnfav. -er , «. nftcfjor, bifittate. Bend, s. fvi5fning, Oojning , bugt. Bend, v. a. & n. b'oja, ftefa ; fprinnn, gora fofi ; onta fcofig ; I)nnga ofvcr, lutn ftanint; fnra unBcrgifpen : - the Lrow, tijnfa Ijgonbrijnen. -able, a. bojlig. -let, s. liten binba ett. batte. Beneath , /jr. en. Benefit, s. oatgerning, i)nnefl, tjenfi ; ni)tln, fitiiti. ~, V. a. & n. vtofitetn, giita gobt ; [jafva ni)tta af, begagna fig Benet, v. a. infnntja ; omgifpa. [nf. Benevolence, s. valmtja , benngcnhet, gobI)et; gSfva. [vi(i(gbtanbe, fnlsittig. Benevolent, Benevolous, «. gob, Benight , v. a. infoepn i mi3tf«c ; 6f= icerfatln cm nntten. 'Benign, a. benagen, gob, snlsiKig, Bes 29 gunnanbe ; I)elfofaui. Benignity, *. gobbet, ticiantja, i>nnefl. Benignly, ad. ualsiKigt, tjfinligt, gobt. Benison, *. Mlfignelfe. Bennet, s. neglifecot. Bent, .s. bbjning; b'ojelfe, benrigcnbet, finneSnnlag ; fanbt'ot, Jjoin. -to,«. fatten for. Benumb, f. a. gBtn jJet, flijf ; jielna of f'olb; bet'ofijo fnnfTnn. Benummedness, s. fictning. Benzoin, s. benjoe. Bepaint, v. a. bcmnlo. Bepinch, v. a. fnipo, niipn. Bepiss, V. a. vifffl neb. Bepowder, v. a. vubrn neb. Bepi-aise, v. a. lofuo, tofo, vtifa. Bequeath, v. a. tcfiomentein giftm i , teiloniente. - ment, Bequest, s. les jlonicntc. Berattle, f. a. oa^na^, Inrnm; itts Beray, v. a. oteno. [bvi^ta. Bereave, v. a. htxif^a. -ment, «. bf= Bereft, a. betbfyob. [teffonbe. Bergamot, s. betgamott (poron). Berhyme, v. a. befjiinga. Berlin, s. SBet[incr»agn. Bernardine, s. betnbotbinecniunf eff. Beroh, t^. n. berijfoo, vtunbra. [nunna. Berry, s. bat. -, >. n. bata bnr ; flo, Bert, a. bjett, glonfonbe. [troffa fob. Beryl, s. betijt (obelften). Bescorn, v. a. befpotto. Bescrawl, v. a. ftubbo neb. Bescreen, v. a. bejTotnio, biilja. Beseech, v. a. bebjo, bbnfaHo, befeot. Beseem, v. a. voffa, onpS. [jo. Beset, V. a. beffltto, belogta, onigiftio; bfv'erfalla. Beshite, v. a. befbin nieb tcndt, otena. Beshrew, v. a. fbtbonno. Beside, Besides, pr. befutoui; t?att= out ; emot. -, ad. utoni, unbantagan^ tzi ; int>ib. Besiege , f. a. bclogto. -r,». belfl= Beslubber, v. a. bcfubto. [gronbe. Besmear, v. a. fmbcjo net. Besmoke, v. a. nerclifo. Besmut, v. a. netfoto.

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  • Page 12 and 13: 2 Abi I)atfa ptofctt. Abider, s. in
  • Page 14 and 15: 4 Ace gctngligfjet, &e(a(tigl)cr. A
  • Page 16 and 17: 6 Act Bf. -ness, ». OflfenttUg tge
  • Page 18 and 19: 8 Adu \ai. -, V, a. fbtcfFjutd, bcf
  • Page 20 and 21: 10 Agi unbetfofning, Bfoetprignnbt.
  • Page 22 and 23: 12 Alt Altercate , v. n. ttnta , tn
  • Page 24 and 25: 14 Anh Ant Anhelose, a. ancirutcn,
  • Page 26 and 27: 16 App Appease J v. a. ti\lfttbi\ii
  • Page 28 and 29: 18 Ari' Aristocrat, s. ntiffofrat.
  • Page 30 and 31: 20 Ass Assentatur, s. fmifftnce. As
  • Page 32 and 33: 22 Att get af fcuftan foe fitaff. A
  • Page 34 and 35: 24 Bad -, V. a. fotvnttn; plaqa, ii
  • Page 36 and 37: 26 Bas Bass, 5. baftiiiottn ; bn«
  • Page 40 and 41: 30 Bes Besom, «. ciuaft. Besort, s
  • Page 42 and 43: 32 Bla flinga, fnifDIflb; mvaitttav
  • Page 44 and 45: 34 Bog (jnfttadfe. [s. \)?nlbfnmOc
  • Page 46 and 47: 36 Bow Bowse, f. a. bi-nsii, haia.
  • Page 48 and 49: 38 Bii Bridge, s. Stygga, bto; na^b
  • Page 50 and 51: 40 Bud Budge, *. Inmflinn. - , a. f
  • Page 52 and 53: 42 But Butler, s. faffacntaflnt«,
  • Page 54 and 55: 44 Cal - in, fiign upp, infatta, Qt
  • Page 56 and 57: 46 Cap teta, goto (uftfptnng. Caper
  • Page 58 and 59: 48 Car Carrow, s. fpckte. CaiToway,
  • Page 60 and 61: 50 Cau ; : ; t)nrfani()ct. Cavalcad
  • Page 62 and 63: 52 Cha tlirfenOet. -,v. a. dt n. er
  • Page 64 and 65: 54 Cha Chasm, s. ftyfta, temna , fv
  • Page 66 and 67: 56 Chi Cliirurgeon, «. fciU^dt. Ch
  • Page 68 and 69: 58 Cir Circumambulate, V. «. gn,
  • Page 70 and 71: 60 CI a . Claw , s. f (0 , rnm , tn
  • Page 72 and 73: 62 Clu Cluck, u. n. H\x$a, fftoia f
  • Page 74 and 75: 64 Cog Cogitable, o. tanfbar. Cogit
  • Page 76 and 77: 66 Col 3. I)fli!f)of (oit). -'s-too
  • Page 78 and 79: 68 Com rritt titt ftffmanningsbtte;
  • Page 80 and 81: 70 Com qa I'offc , tjOV'fegning , f
  • Page 82 and 83: 72 Con Conchoid, «. fpitnlfini?. C
  • Page 84 and 85: 74 Con Confine,*', a. 6t n. teinga,
  • Page 86 and 87: 76 Cen Connotation, a. foljt), flut
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    78 Con fntta ; utinggn, l\)ta, f ot

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    80 Con trifta ; vcterldgga. Controv

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    82 Cop Copperas, s. t>itrio[. Coppe

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    84 Cos : ; : Cosmical, a. IjbianDe

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    86 Cov main, s. fott^ligt fyffonbnt

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    88 Cre I I Creephole, ». gbinftna*

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    90 Cru C)t9ml)tt, omenfftigfjet. Cu

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    92 Cur ; . Diner, fijrfe at(li(f ;

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    94 Dat Date, s. tntuiii; forivnvelf

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    96 Dec Declinatory, o. uncyifante,

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    98 Deg Deglutlnate, f . a. upplofa

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    100 Den Denegate, v. a. mta, fotncf

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    102 Der ; : ; Derogarive, a. ffaban

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    104 Det oritcing, ffnba. Determent,

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    106 Die Dichotomy, «. tbeetna^ inb

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    108 Dio vanta ; fjunfo ; - into , o

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    110 Dis Discomfit, s. ntBetJog. -,

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    112 Dis Disgarnisli, v. a. blotta e

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    114 Dis Diapert, v. a. utb((a, brio

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    116 Dis Dissolvible, a. Inttfui.iil

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    118 Do taga. - on, vnffltta, Vftfla

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    120 Dot Dot, 3. punft, UStn. -, i>.

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    122 Dra fintoupp; ofierfno, nfmSln;

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    124 Dm Drumly, ad. gyirjig. t«rb3r

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    126 Eag Eagle, s. 6tn. -eyeil, -sig

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    128 Eff Effervesce, v. n. jrifn, fj

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    130 Elongate, i Elo fnn fig. [fnnnf

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    132 Enip Empress, s. fejfactnna. Em

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    134 Eng Engine, s. mad)in, infituii

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    136 Enu Enucleation, a. foc((ariitg

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    138 Ero Erogate, v. a. itdnfa. Erog

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    140 Eve tonvffldit. -tide, a. nfton

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    142 Exclude , « Exc ut(Iuta; f(nan

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    144 Exp iitfiirligen nf^nncia eit r

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    146 Ext Eye (Torfnnnbe, uppf)btnn6

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    148 Fad ; : ; Fading, s. titotneO.

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    150 Fas Fashion, s. fott, ffapnat ;

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    152 Fel tii«B[em. -mlniBter, *. tm

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    154 Fie iiiotlTalf. -officer, s. ft

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    156 Fir fnfH)«t, f}abig()et, 1tan6

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    158 Fla Flatulency, s. pnbetfiinn^e

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    160 Flo ; Flower, s. bloniuin, blom

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    162 Foo Infej, fc«tj«nt; «tt fla

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    164 For teta, fpo. -er, j. fpanmn,

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    166 Fra ; Fragile, a. btailig, i!i5

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    168 Fro Frog, 3. gtcbn; ftofan i en

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    170 Fun Funny, a. ffnnitfnm, to(ig.

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    172 Gam ffdmtfani, rolig, lufiig. -

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    174 Gen Genesis, «. ffapelfebofm,

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    176 Gir Giraffe, s, gitnff, t(iiiie

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    ; : 178 Glu Glum, a. ^nniifen, fnor

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    180 Gou IrtH; eft«tgifDenO«t. -or

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    182 Gre . j^rnftig; fottrcgen; Onfr

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    184 Gru Grudjfing, s. gvoll, nfunfe

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    ! 186 Hab Ha m Habitude, s. tonn; f

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    188 Har M;t; fortrttlig; tlaf ; fJt

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    190 Haz Hazel, s. OnffMntit; tiifTe

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    192 Hel fbljt)en(ciu iie t^artn f.i

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    194 Hia tfr flS i ^l)g9«t att annu

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    196 Hog fi?infenfol. -'s-flesh,«.

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    198 Hor -blende, s. l)otnbUnt. -ed,

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    200 Huk Huke, s. wanul. Hulch, s. b

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    202 Hyp Hyperbolize, p. a. ^n.forfl

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    204 Ima Image, «. bilb, btliitt; l

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    2U6 Imp Impeccability, «. ofdturog

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    208 Imp : ; : Impropriator, s. Iffm

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    210 Inc Incidental, a. tillfoaig. I

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    212 Inc Incroach, v. n. gbta intton

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    214 Ind Indoctrinate, f . a. [ota.

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    216 Inf Inflnential, a. tttfanbe, i

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    218 Inn Innneudo, s. uinf, vnfefnin

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    220 Ins na; unbemfa. -, »• fijto

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    222 Int Interlude, s. iiteffanfpef.

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    224 Inu Inure, v. a. &n. (to) cnnja

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    226 Irr Irruprion, s. ftentiligt in

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    228 Joe ^dflptanglate, beCtogntc. -

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    230 Kal Ijnffn; ffijtn, cnftn; ni;t

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    232 Kna Lab Knavish, a. fTolmff ; b

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    234 Lan btab, --wool, a. Imiiua; en

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    236 Lat ad. fieflnnbigt. -nes8 , *.

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    238 Lea -ed, a. latb, etfaten. -er,

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    240 Let Lethe, *. Sett; flloiiifffl

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    242 Lik -lihood, -linesB, s. (iflig

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    244 Liv (iflii^. -lihood, s. noting

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    246 Loo fiinnS, fiffl fig Inngt bct

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    248 Lum bevt^fe'f foui mot \>if t b

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    250 Mag ; ; : Magazine, s. ningafin

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    252 Mai -ster, i. mattntf, iiiottfi

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    254 Mar tig. -'s-tail, s. Ijafifsja

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    256 Mas fcien, jiii;ntbirePtbt. - o

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    258 Mea a. miitatt ; (nnbtnio'rnrt.

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    260 Mer hotitel. -, V. a. ()ont>[n,

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    262 Mid Midway , s. Ijalfva va^m ;

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    264 Mir ; . : jnngtittet. -stone, 3

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    266 Mis -ment, s. cnnffnvtigtet. Mi

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    268 Mom Mome, «. vunbl)ufi>ub. Mom

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    270 Mor Morigerou8,a. I)i>rfniii, t

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    272 Mow Mul Mow, ». fo. V, a. gcuu

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    274 Mur Mnrrey, a. mbtftoS. Murrion

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    276 Nar ttongbtofinb; girig. -heart

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    278 Neg l)an6(a; ntgocieta bott (ot

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    Nom frt'gelfptl. -score, ad. nie go

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    282 Not Notable, a. onfftilig. -nes

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    284 Oas Oasis, 3. cai. Oat, «. Ija

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    286 Occ Occupancy, s. tiCfegnelfe ;

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    288 Omn Omnipercipient, a. fcm f«t

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    290 Ore Orchal, s. t>inflen. Orchan

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    292 Out Outcast, *. Bottfnflning ;

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    294 Ove Overload, v. a. bfvetlofia,

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    296 Pad ; Padelion, s. Sungftu OTat

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    298 Pap ; chee, ». VflV'" m

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    300 Par ParticularaesB, s. noggtann

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    302 Pea fogeWunge. -fowl, -hen,s. p

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    304 Pen Pension, ». venfion, ntlig

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    306 Per Pernambucco-'wood, s. fetnt

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    308 Pha Phannocopoeia, s. latnn em

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    310 Pil ; ; 1)09, uV'vftnvta. -npwo

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    312 Pix Pix, s. ofelataff i fatolff

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    314 Pill fcatet)i)ft>el. -beam, s.

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    316 Pon able, V. a. oogGat. -eral,

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    318 Pou Pouch, s. pafe, tn(Fa, cnff

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    320 Pre Prefer, u. a. fotebcnga; gi

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    322 Pre Preterlegal, a. ctoglig. Pr

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    324 Pro ifvon, utga; l\itai ; go fo

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    et, tjenligljet; anfenligljei- Prop

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    328 Pru Prude, s. fcumiuiuKt fom Ha

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    330 Pur Purgative, «. purgctsuttbe

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    332 Qua Quadrupedal, a. fytfcrab. Q

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    334 Qui fria; ofPetgifva; flftrnfca

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    , Raree-show, 336 Rap Rapier, a. vo

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    338 Rec Recall, 3. ntftfoITelfe. -

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    340 Red Redemption, s. aietloSning.

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    342 Reh Rehabilitate, v. a. «tet i

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    344 Ren mage, fuiltii. - a reason,

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    346 Re Resale, s. otetfbp. Resilien

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    348 Ret minne; injTrnnfning ; fotfr

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    350 Rib Riband, Ribbon, a. fiSenbnn

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    ; 352 Rod Ros -work, s. niutfltbtte

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    354 Row Row, V. n. to. -er, s. tctt

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    356 Rus viiiai pa lanbet ; gora , b

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    358 Sal Salutation, s. I)elsnin9. S

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    360 Sav -ness, ». fniofiigfjft, en

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    362 Sch Schorl, a. flotl. Schreight

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    364 Scu frafttJfngnt pa en fnn. -er

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    flanta. -flower, Sem s. fnte«6(oin

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    368 Seq Sequestrable, a. font lotsr

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    370 Sha Shall, f. def. bota, jTcm.

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    372 Sho Had. -leather, s. fTotriCct

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    874 Sig Significant, a. beteinontt;

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    376 Ski -l)le, a. efiatiQ, i(ilb. -

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    378 Slu iHufif; liten bonna. -, v.

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    380 Soc Society, *. fnHfTap ; uuign

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    382 Sou Souse, ad. fftny; plotSligf

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    384 Spi Spinster, s. fpinmtffa ; cg

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    386 Spy Spy, s. fpjen. -, v. n. da.

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    388 Sta ; -stone, 3. jljernfren. -w

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    3d0 Sto Stoccade, s. oinoflrfcning

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    392 Str -ful, a. ftribig; trotgitig

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    394 Sub SuTj quadruple, a. fjnbtbcW

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    396 Sun neSergnng ; V'fftft. -shine

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    398 Sus ; ; : Snscitation, s. uvpvi

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    400 Syn Syntax, s. fijntajen; fi^ft

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    4U2 Tea -kettle, 3. ftfntir. -leaf,

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    404 Tes Testimony, a. vnttnefit'otb

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    406 Thr fpnrfra. - away, rtnfn ; fo

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    408 Tit Titter, «. ftfiiitigt ffra

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    410 Tra Trachyte, *. tt

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    412 Tre Treasure, «. ffatt ; rifet

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    414 Tro Tropological, a. fgutlig, f

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    Two tflre i »« fniigcrfe. -pike,

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    418 Una Unacknowledged, a. o«rfan^

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    420 line Unclench, v. a. ofpna fnyt

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    422 Und Undervalue, s. vinnpri« :

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    424 Unf Unfurl, V. a. ulOte^n, eppn

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    426 Unl Unless, c. cin itfe, fa fco

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    428 Unp TJnpi'oportionate, «. (to)

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    430 Uns UnstaLility, .s. oflnbigfie

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    432 Urg Urgent, a. nngeliigen, fntt

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    434 Vel Vclllcate, f. a. fnipn ; I'

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    436 Vib Vibrable, a. fooiigbat. Vib

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    438 Vixen, t Vix I. ttfirn, Qtdia.

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    ; 440 Wan Wanned, a. btefnnt, ucOUf

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    442 Wed Wedge, ». figg, fil; uiflf

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    444 Who Whortleberry, s. blabnr. Wh

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    446 Worn qrinnofijn ; ftuntiniten.

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    448 Wre . ; : (it rtiCft; Pfita, to

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    450 You You, pr. 3, e^«t; ^w• Yo

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    452 Bil Bill, Billy, f. WilUam, Bla

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    454 Gra Gracy, s. ©ratio, /. Grave

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    456 Nal Nal, «. Stconctn,/. Nam, f

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    458 Tou Tonrnay, «. I^ecnitf. Trac

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    nbhe.Ui'i'it.m. abbot. - Mbbe&ifffl

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    JlffOflUfl) V, a. to form, to mould

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    lifl Kff l4fli5fa, v. a. to alsolve

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    3tffpt2ng> n. leap. got4 ett -, to

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    get - em 0^ > the ship riding aster

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    liouiid ; (fPAtt) Llack horehoiuid.

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    Knf Jlnflgtsirag, n. feature, -fatg

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    o%v. -betllfPyttj nt; crossbowman.

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    m. hindpaw. -tiHj ad. tackward. - U

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    23eb , Utitiftj'"- achievemeBt, dee

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    t, a. due, just, fit, proper, com-

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    ! to Se a. convenient, opportune, s

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    23ef arraign, to blaroe. - ScfF^Bnt

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    Setat) m.pl. corner-teeth, dog's te

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    carving, figures carved. — fl , f

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    mi left, to remain. - titt intet? t

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    ^0 ^Of 493 softness, -n*) *"• n.

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    25 ov -ftona, /. civil crown, -tdtt

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    sherifT. -ntAldbomfloI) m. criminal

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    liigh ; to bridge up ; to swell. ^U

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    25flra titt -, to be a native of. -

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    Com dompapj m. compass. -t09 ctt. -

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    J)efan«t, m. deanry. 3Den«merfl,

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    250C Ha ) V. n. to game immoderatel

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    lie. -upp) to start, to put up, to

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    • money. diviug-bell. -telon, /.

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    iCft intelligeuce, direction, patte

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    StnVitninSf m. unicorn. iCntg) a. u

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    ought to bed. - iftatl, to fall awa

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    ^cm ^io 519 inislake in writing, ta

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    ^lu 521 ^la&bctt n. futility. patch

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    ctt -> to slight. -«, V. 11. to mo

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    1th tlie face downwards. -(t^Se, n.

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    a. fruitful, prolific, genetfltive.

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    ^uflanbflj f. a. to finish, to comp

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    field-dispensary. -apotldatey m. fi

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    i I ^Srarm, m. forepart of the arm.

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    go eH. rim before. - 5otelop«te^ m

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    Sot S'iti)Vittl&y V. a. to spoil, t

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    5crnuk, v. a. to mentiou. -ttj/. in

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    3ov away. - 55tfIC9nitl0 > /• dis

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    ^01- lig, a. irksome, offensive, en

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    0«. old; aged; ancient; stale. (Be

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    plain, bet get fig t>ai, it wiU all

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    (Bob to Le able to do a thing. 04 i

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    Ikymtfli V. n. to grunt. a, /. gras

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    Cr, to go over, to pass over ; to d

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    (Sov self ; to feign ; to get, to m

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    -fFvJfta, /. swingleliand. -fpofC)

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    ; '6el ^et- 559 ^lUity entirely qui

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    ^it Sit id. liiUier. font -, come t

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    -^onti m. whoredom, fornication. -]

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    *5uf ad. how. - t>a? how then? .0?

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    J5a!.-.I.o!hoa! ^Af , , /. sack of

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    less by lialf. -ftl meta, lialf as

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    '6of lieuteiiaut of a country. -&om

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    30C II, ad. agaiu; on the other han

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    3nj pnjagiXj f. a. to drive into. i

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    3nf JnflumtHj f . n. to fall asleep

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    ((Sonfonont.) 3,/>r. ye, you. JHy a

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    0«m 3val 581 equally, even, consta

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    Bapottj a. capot. Bapp y i -) ad. f

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    -igheUf. delicacy, niceness, diffic

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    my BIyft> to go down the ind. Bneft

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    lol. -A ffiffe, to make coffee. -«

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    street. -gCpHC) n. lialberd. -gSng)

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    hooknose. -Cy0fli0) a. crookLacked,

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    :ruI BuniB) a- dodded, without horn

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    insensibility, -fatttj a. sensible,

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    £ a. contrary to law. -foEning, /.

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    farewell! lefpeBonuttgen! God save

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    nism. -tyiig) a. syuoiiymous. -ty=

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    iZ-of £un 605 worthy. -P«) V. a.

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    sparkle. - eftet) to look for witli

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    . nage ; -. a. to bend, ti _ cftet,

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    ulled. -lifpab, a. loose in tody. -

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    maf ntaf?, OT. worm, caterpillar, -

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    men atenuett, m. menuet. atet, JITe

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    trxi^ moi 617 jOJift, 771. foggy an

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    mud ^VXuiHi *'• "• to mutter, t

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    tttan I. -flafpifl) a. polysyllaLic

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    -vati) m. supper, ben ^eligft UM- P

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    VI un leiy. - UumreriJ) ^^ a. to ma

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    not jfl&eltg, a. not noble, ignoble

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    Pbirt, /. hemlock. (Dbo (Pftalfej a

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    O0U pious. -Jet, / iireligion, impi

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    (Dttlfpattnaj f . a. to span, to fa

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    (ttegelbunben , a. iiTeguIar. -^et

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    I liave uotliiug to do with lier. ;

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    p«p ~>appet, n. paper. -8«rf, n.

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    ptp s lioins. - (pip) -btuf ) n. pi

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    pre ptebif oetnbete,«. the office

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    P«fF pu^, m. puddle, plash ; smack

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    deling a tlie cliest. -Jfvett) n. d

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    5vcf Referent, m. reporter, i JlciT

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    5iif if tig, a. just, right, true,

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    3ium iparlment; T. the hold ; passa

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    i cowardly. 5i«b friglit, fearfuln

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    -Smi, girtli. f. -fnapv> '"• tlic

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    gonte) a. hanging together, coheren

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    Sdxx |5d)Alottertlof) m. scallion,

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    Big , @ttt,/»r. one's self, himsel

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    sluggard, -jljctnernfl , /. pi. the

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    V. a. to entreiicli, to fortify. if

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    Sfj Sfo 669 tJnusl from oue's self.

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    —Peplw > f. n. to exchange •wri

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    sfyfrfj n. the brim of a hat. Sfrgt

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    SfotiPftlsfeflel, n. T, main-sail,

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    SlufAj f. o. to swallow, to devour,

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    SI6 even ; flat ; wi-etched , worth

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    Bma painfull, afflicting, tormentin

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    —te, m. sleeper. Sofrel, n. any v

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    Spc —|lcn» 'n steatites, soap-ro

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    Bptsnap; to leap from, -tettjtorun

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    ©ta ©ta 689 etaii y a. - pa rcfa

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    ©te -pAton, n. clioakpear. -riC> a

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    ©to Stolt, a. lofty, hauglify, sta

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    ©tu till) to strike, to hit. - up^

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    « oman. -as, v. d. -m pib, to abom

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    i round.- eta shut up, to Lolt befo

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    T. dogstopper ; gooseneck. SrAttp,

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    swear to a thing. - jlfl tneil > to

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    Cf - ?>Knb) from good hands, -t, ad

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    Sot- 6ot})I«j *>. a. &: n. to sup,

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    pe tlai - cm crii to lessen one in

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    speckle. - ^tgrftilig , /. specklin

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    Zil iel\< 1 *EiQtffiling > /. prepa

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    Cjo cirtg, /. service, -^jort, n. s

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    (tTcapp) -lutfet, f. pi. T. ladderw

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    -t J ad. safely , seriously, witli

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    Zui city -gate, -febel , m. certifi

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    Zva double letter. -(Iflfpig, a. ha

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    nitlQi m. money to live on. - 'Catf

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    Urtb pawn, pledge, gage. -(jPift*)

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    Uppforfrtfl) f. a. to up. UppfCtfa>

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    improver. - UppobIttt0> /• tillin

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    evolt. -tC) m. mutineer. - Up|)t

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    Ute UWytJa) f. n. to fly out. Utffy

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    lltm spent, Iiarassed, weakened. il

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    Utt Utfoft) a. exquisite, select, c

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    Val fall^aD) n. the elysium of the

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    X>at -iab, n. bain, bath, -bajjge,

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    X>ev worldly, profane, temporal, la

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    Vii ViHi a, mad ; angry. ViUnvaUA)

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    Vit ewtj to bear witness of a thing

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    Vav V^tii m. ward, care, inspection

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    powerfully, niiglitily. powerful, m

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    JJIfl, V. n. to howl. of one's sens

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    JdajtgA) V- a. to impose, to enjoin

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    7(t^ JttlfcaftXJj /. fool-stones, f

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    JlnBttfm. grub, wornil, tick; maggo

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    (biv 6ft3 chief. -gepaC)«. muskets

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    overvoting. -fe, f. a. to overlook;

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    pa SpenfPe cdj CnpclfVe SopuAmn, o

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    ma0 JUagbalcilA, Magdaleu, /. ntarg

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    JDiipclbocfj Dusseldorp. DoSa l>afv

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    teb XtebetlanbetnAi pi. Low Countri

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