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A^ art. one, ooi; a or one person, yioooi; 
a or one thing, oo^ooqi; some one, yioo 


A-bacV, adv. ^^^qx^icool ; backward; as, a 

ship taken aback, noo6i8{ood)o}ia9c8. 
Ab'a-cot, n. a. 8^o9o{Sa>id^^oo5S8ioinriSbcx>i 

Ab'a-cu8, n. a counting table, gtcoWoooit ; 
the upper plate of the capital of a col- 
umn, ooijSoQS^ccgBooooo^S. 

A-b&ft', adv. Naut. toward the stern, back, ooi 
009 ; as, to go abaft, obio^oocSo. 

A-ban'don, v. t. to give up, forsake, ^c3gS,cgS 

A-ban'doned, a. extremely bad, 0010^191^1 ogS ; 
as, an abandoned chiId,8o9^ooioo9ia>|SQo^ 
^tcgScSx ; an abandoned house, o5^9c8« 

A-ban'don-ment, n. desertion, 09^^cgS,a3^cgS 
09^; as> the abandonmentof religion isnot 
good, (x>^^cgSo3^02^<^anogi|^(x>9ioo^. 

A-ba8e',i^J. to humble, c8^c8t; as, he abased 
himself, oobcS^cdiooooi; God abases the 
proud, cgtdS^dBtyicoioooSoS^cSoQOOi. 

A-baae'ment, n. humiliation, oo^cSSdSi ; as, I 
«ii£Eered abasement, aooo^opSw^^ioDODt, 

A-bash', V. t. to shame, q^i^Sa9i,4i\^Ss9i ; as, he 
was abashed, od^Sa^tbyOo^ooHwicjioo^. 

A<>bate^ v. i. to lessen, o^tycdio^ ^^9 ^ natu- 
ral force was not abated, ooA^oQQoloM^cSi 
00^; the fever has abated, o9^g^8^9^c8x 


06; the wind has abated, oocSis^cfiioS ; to 

lessen in number, ^icfii; in size, ooidBi. 

, V. t. to make less, !^to^cfii,viootc8i. 

Ab'ba, n. Ueb. father, *oS. 
Ab'ba-9y, n. a>^ao^t8io\^(^Sc§8^ooG8Sodo^. 
Ab'bey, n. a cloister, ^^jSo^^dgooodo^S. 
Al/bot, n. e^|So^^oQ8idBooiQooic§. 
Ab-bre'vi-ate, V. t. to contract, abridge, wioi^ 

Ab-br3'vi-:i'tion, n. ooH^ cdi, ScSi, ©. f. 9^Sd» 

\^^ CD. |. c8|S8^oo||S. See Initial, n« 
Ab-bre'vi-a-ture, n. a compend, an abridge 

ment, c6SooiadCO^oo^c^|Scfiid3i. 
Ab'di-cate*, i^. t to surrender, ootcS^ogSoocS^; 

as, t^e king abdicated his throne, Sioioot 

Ab'di-ca'tion,ti. oD^oD«c8^flg6o»c8^ 
Ab-do'menor Aiydo-men, n. the belly, cpioi. 
Ab-dom4*nal, a. oo^fQdt8tooi<»i. 
Ab-dom'i-nous, a. pursy, cdioi8^,o&ioioo8. 
Ab-du9e^ v. t. to draw out, oc^tcS^cgS; to draw 

back, 0(^I829,0^8DOI« 

Ab-d^ct^ V. L 3i(02J^,Qi8^yi. See Abduoe. 
Ab-duc'tion, n. ^9\jp^^xo\g^So\^9xo^j^ 

Ab-duc^tor, . n. yioDi o^Si^og^yxot 9} 08^ oq oi ; 

(Phys.) c»iS9ij(g3^o^)09ioocfio9fOfd^. 
A-bed\ adv. on or in bed, ooi^^qC^ 
Ab-er'rant, a. wandering, coia»oDt^tod^; stray* 

ing from the right way^ cdiooc^ooo^ci^. 
Ab^er-ra'tion, n. ooSoM^tci^ ; deviation from 

4fh w^lf ;fdrl,r|^, Pfsh; e.t.#t silent; 9 as s; $h as sh| g as j; g 

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truth or moral rectitude, oo^^Scow^, ooS 
wi o9 tf ^ ; deviation from a straight line, 
oo^odi^ioo^ajp* Astron. so^o^toooDtsoKBS 

A-bet', V. t. to incite, aid, connive at, ooso^cB^ 
oo9|Qi8it(^ioaioooa^ fx> »^ o> ^t. See Con- 

A-bey'an9e, n. suspension, ooSooq^n^Sosoo^oo^, 

Ab-hdr',!;. loathe, o3ioo^ooT,tohate, oDto;. 

Ab-hor'renje, w. loathing, hatred, ooSodioo.ooS 

Ab-hor^rent, a. loathing, hating, oDso9^i,oot 
og; contrary to, oc>tapc85oooDt,ooa>^c8Soo 


Ab-hdr'ring, n. a loathing, oaSootoofooi. See 
jp. GG: J9. 

A-bide', v. i. to dwell, be fixed, continue, c8^, 
c8^bc8ib,fi8^iSG8^o^iib: to abide by one's 

word, Q\S»coc^S. ,r. t. to await, gS^8i 

b,G8^92^,G8^8^oo^o2; to endure,8U8tain, tol- 
erate, o^^GB^booioo^S^. Seec^s. 90:oo. 

A-bil'i.ty, n. capability, capacity, ooSoo ; pow- 
er, od8ooao8i,ooo2tooop^,oecBi^; strength, 
oooWoH, odODcd^ ; according to ability, 
coo^tioo^. See mo^S. oo: j«. 

Ab^ject, n. a mean person, yicotoDSioodS^. 
, a. base, vile, ooi. See ht. 93: 09. 

Ab-jure', v. U to forswear, ^ngSbSio^SdBp. 

A'ble, a. having ability, cxj ; as, able men, ij\ 
cx>ioo«»ioo^o^« See j8i« oo: jo; able to 
judge, c>^g8^oo. See o8toi. ^: e; able to 
make wise, wio^^ooSoj; having mental 
capacity, GS^Stoooo^fis^oo^a^^^ 

A'ble-bod'iad, a. robust, strong, «i(^,<jl3^^€6^ 
j} ; as, an able-bpdiied person, <^i cB^ 8t 00 
A^ooool, yioosg^yyioodg^o^D* 

Al/lep-sy, .^. blindness, oo^^Sc^f . 

Ab'lu-eBt, n. ooHoj8a>S. See Dsteboent. 

Ab-lu'tioii,.!^ a washings o9%)}8ooto& ; the rite 

^' of ablutioii, 09^098090^0000^4 

Ab^ne-gete* v. L ^ renounce, ooot8t^c^. 

Ab'ne-ga^tioA, n. oe^oovi» ooS^ogS ; self-ab- 


negation, self-denial, ooS^cgSoooDto^b^ 

A-board', adv.orprep. aboard ship, coicocS^i ; 
to go aboard ship, G8^ooc8,GbiG8^8^oc)c6^x. 

A-bode', n. a dwelling, a habitation, cS^odcS^; 
to make our abode with him, ocotS^ddx 

iSStcdi. See c6i. 09: JQ , r. *. imp. 

and^.i>. of abide. See Abide 

A-bol'ish, r. t. to destroy, «ioot8x,«i:Si5S,ogS 
ooSogB; as, to abolish the enmity, n§5oo% 
c^ScoSS^P<BS\. See ooi. j: 09; as, abol- 
ished death, «ioot8xoD^oo^o5. See jooi* 
o: 00; to abrogate, 6Sog5,«iooi5o§5. 

Ab'o-li'tion, n. O3^tfio6>8i. See Abolish. 

A-bom'i-na-ble, a. odious, ootoo^toi ; as, an a- 
bominable thing, oo^ootoo^ooi. See ^9\. 
c^: jo; an abominable custom, oo^3Dta>^ 
o^iooo^SoacoS. See ^81. 00: ^; abomina- 
ble idols, oo^8iGDioooiOo|Sooi • See a^. oy.o^ 

A-b6m'i-na-bly, adv. oDtaDJSooi; as, did abom- 
inably, «ioD^o9too|Sodi. See o8toi. j j : i«^ 

A^bdm'i-nate, v. t. to detest, abhor, qosod^qoi 
b,o3soDb. See Abhob. 

A-bom'i-na'tion, n. oo^ooto3^0di,oo^oD|5adi; as^ 
maketh an abomination, wioo^ooioo^ooi. 
See 381. J c)^: 09; abomination in the sight 
of God, 03^001031^ ooioDi c^tod^S^. See 
c^ii. oG: oj; that which worketh abomin-^ 
ation, oD^Qiod^oojSooi. See c6^. jo: jq. 

Ab'o-rig'i-nal, a. original, S^ScooyiS. , »- 


Ab'o-rig'i-nes, n.pL yxcj^cdiStyiGSSogcS^^^. yx 

A-bdr'tion, ^. a miscarriage, 3c8ic^,8oo|5c8v 
abSa^; to have an abortion, 00 8 cot 8i 
G^b; applied to animals, 8c8t(S. 

A-bdr'tive, u, fruitless, failing, oo<fecfl»pODj5oo% 
00^; as, liis efforts were abortive, oobc^S 

tf tOO^OO^CO^ODC^cS^^, OOCOIOO.^X OD^, 0^ 

oo^<2SM^pox^d8^dB^dBpoo^CD^»oo ch^ c^ ^i\ 
f^^nbooScdt8i. • 
A-bound', t?. •• ooi^i^b^b ; us, iniquity «hall 
aboQivd, oo^oo<So>^a>^no9^dB|^; us, suf- 
ferings abound^ o9^f soo^^^cSl^KSee j oo 

Mii»Mi^9loi!g;:M^9&yj^riiq^ &t, ltot|f§ll> wli^t; tfal^e^ViJ!,:|^;^!4M; ^uti UjfT, 

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^•0:9; I have all and abound, oocS^St 
co^^iSStoocoicS^icS^. SeeSois. 9: 00. 
A*boul/, prep, or a^f. around, as to go about, 
(^10181 ; to look about, ogSooS oioi ; to go a- 
bout the house, cbicoo^ioSf^i ; near, near- 
ly; as, about a year, oD^oo^to^; about to 
die, ojtStcooSfOgiooootc^to^; back; as. to 
turn about, oo^03s[lnoi;to8tir about as in 
cooking, ^gi; to have about or on one's 
person, c8^coi(»c8t; round about, o«oi; 
as, round about the house, oioo^so&^,o3i 

A-bove', j»7e/?. or adv. over, more than, odi 
oo«,oDi— 0^88^, 5^»> 8joo88^, ^^ ; as, 
above a year, oa^^o^d^^; above a rupee, 
00008 odc^^,ooooK»oo80D^, 001 00 oot 00 8 8j5 ; 
to act above-board, in open sight, «iooS 
S^Mcfei, »ioo^<gl(jj), Sc4iooSooo8t,oo«\|Oj^^ 

A-brade', t;. /. to rub or wear oflf, o}tb,coi5b,85 ; 
as, abraded skin, ot86; an abraded 
rock, ooiSojxb,ooiSooi5b. 

A'bra-ham'ic, a. oopootSsSioogoo^ooi^iioooi; 
as, the Abrahamic covenant, oo^odijScSi 

Ab-ri'sion, n; ooSoji,ooSooi5, 5oisooSooo8«,aDiS 
(j^Sf^^o^ioc^Soo^QOioo^ic^SoSSSio^ibSs oOiS 
bo^cSf^T. See ABBAi>E. 

A-breasf, adv. ij^^dB^ooooi; as, togoabreast, cbi 
^^cS^oof ; to stand abreast, 001001^^^ 
d^odODs; opposite; as, the ship was 
abreast the island, oDc6c8|SaocBic8Sodoot 

kAmi^'yV.t. to shorten, lessen, »\o&^c8L,tti<2^ 
c8x,wi^c8i, &, to abridge po wer,QiaS8 
0610080081, to abridge liberty,tfi^ic8ioo^ 

A-bridg^ment^ n. an epitome, a -compend, 00^ 
. ^io&^c8i^o^t0dcdSci&^i,odoo^<2^c8i. 

A-broad\ adit, to go abroad, or out of the 
house, ootdfcS^ 01,0019^ 8f gon»at>road, or 
to another country, Gbid^odoSidB^oSi^obt 
a2o6cnr8Soi; ta hp noised abroad, o^dB^ 
odldBi. See c^i. 0: 99. 



Ab'ro-gate, v\ t. to annul, abolish, 6p<^,Soii 
ooSoooSt, ooSo8^ooSd8ooS«ic86oo7coSoDS c8i 

Ab'ro-gii'tion, n. ooH6^o§Soo^<iic8S, ooSgiootSi 
ooSoicSS. See Abrogatb, 

Ab-rupt', a. broken, steep, craggy, ooi^cBiodi^ 
oo5,oDiSrBiooyS ; without notice, sudden, 
hasty, oo^fiB, oor8S 6\, oo Qi 00 coS ; as, 
your abrupt departure, ^ooicS^oocStfl, ^ 

Ab-riipt'ly, adv. suddenly, ^g, oocjSodooS, qo 
QiooooS. See jp. 90: q. 

Ab'sjess, n. obsooi*, o<5i8f ooooo^S, 

Ab-S9ind', v. t. to cut off, o2iobS,aJ)ot)5. 

Ab-sc6nd', t;. i. oo«€B^oo9i,ooff£02|S« 

Ab'sen5e, n. ooSoocSjS. See oji. j j : c; my ab- 
sence, ooc8i^S<of. Sefe o(A\. j: oj. 

Ab'sent, a. not present, oocS^jS, c6|5c6i; as, 
when we are absent, o3iogB|So&i. See joo 
^^. 00: 06; abstracted in mind,, ooscSi 

Ab-sent', v. t. to absent one's self, cosdBScgS, 


Ab'sen-tee', n. 9icoiooooo8|Soo|5ooiooc8^oSb. 

Ab'so-lute, a. (oosoosojs) self-existent, obooSoa 
^tioaoosooiooSo\ooc6Soo€6|5 oojS, coi ^ 0^ 0^ 
ooS; as, God is -absolute, cgi^^Q^moDioaooi» 


^oooi,8«9ioDiooao@o&ooS«i8«oooDS 45 ^S 
IpoocS^oo^foooioo^; unconditional, un- 
related, ooSoooSo»8Soooio^g8So^oi, oS oo 
c8^a){SoSox, oDooio8jS^id8{5opoooo1c8i;* in- 
dependent, cooo^ti08cx>«coiooS|oo6iooS,(^S 
opooooS; uncontrolled, despotic, oo^goi 

OoSooScSlOOoS^OOp, «l^jS00Q380pb. 

Ab'so-lute-ly, adv. positively, 00 y^ODiS ; as,^ 

absolutely wicked, 33io3fy^i^,ooi^S»i. 
Ab'so-lu'tion, n. remission, pardon, wHi^S 


:Ab'90-lii'tism, n. oM^^^o^o^A^^o^ftt^Sio^h. 
Ab-s6lve', «• *. ^ooS,<n^t^ooS ; to pardon, ^ 

du,W9lf;fijrl,rade; pgsfa; 4A,o. silent; ^ as a; ^ assk; g as j; gas in get; § as &;$ asgz; na« in linger. 

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€o\hiCot9<^a:Sco^p ; to free from, o^^ ; 
SB, to free from that law, og^^bSt 09^ 
o8^(x>^dBf^^. See ^. c^r q. 
Ab-86rb'» v. U to imbibe, suck up, o^^^^^^^t^ 
oSfif^ 09 5t ; as, the earth absorbs >vater» 
o&|^o58}Sbag(d^8jSooS; cloth absorbs wa- 
teri o9^o5t^S92too6to8^ogSo5 ; sugar ab- 
sorbs moisture; oof^^oStjSbc^o&oo^coiw 
ct^ ; to engross or eugage wholly; as, ab- 
sorbed in study, Odo^toi^ 8^ 8|S od 06S 001 
odoo^4iic8;3d^i,c&t:8^8<gi^cx>ioo^ ^1 c8 od ^i ; 
as, absorbed in pleasure^ ootc8|S66coi 

00^0} ; M^d. o9o5^opiad8}to3&idB^o9^op» oi 

tocS^od^o;; Phys. ^|So^ooQi(organ)ooioo 


Ab-s6rp'tion, n. (oota)8Sojji^.) See Absobb. 

Ab-stain', v. t to avoid, refrain from, odis^i, 
qS; as, to abstain from fornication, cot^t 
oo^Qio9Q^f^o9tf^ g). See 0091. 9:9; to 
abstain from strong drink, q^oo^ cBoStcB 

Ab-ste'mi-ous, a, temi>erate, oovio^ScSoo^y ^\ 
00^0181 ; as, to be abstemious in eating 
and drinking, oDcS^o^jSrScBo^^cBoD^. 

Ab-sterge', Ab-sterse', v. t. @S8cg8,o^8r^. 

^b-ster'gent, a. See Detebgent. 

AVsti-nen9e, n. oD^qjSoo^; as, abstinence from 
food, oAt^p coS A^ ; long abstinence, 00 
gB^odc8oo^o9^o5S<^S. See vioo^. j c^: jo. 

Ab-stract'> v. t. to draw off, separate, o^idB^ 

AVstract, a. drawn away, separate, coiodoo^ 
>oo^of tcS^i ; abstruse, 00 8 o ^ 09 <g) eojS, 
«d35 b ; separate, 081 oS ; as, an abstract 
idea, oo^dBoo8^oo^«oi8toD^o9Qi&id8xd8 
ttioo^ipoiCDiaddo^ tot 8t c8x; S oSi, oiiooi 

f^ooooi8^6b^|^d3oo8^ba>^, d3co8^o6ad 

^xg8i. , n. a synopsis, an epitome, 

cafio^tSpco f\ ; as, an abstract of Scrip- 
ture, oooo^oq^^io6S8a^Od^ 


Ab-strac'tion, n. analysis, oo^o(^iG8^,o3^|\et; 
abstraction of mind, ootoDopic8i,So4i09^ 

OOo8i09IOOg6^00 IOOOO^^lOO^XOO^,lJ3^8{OOOl, 

o3iot>c{2i,So4tao^Odo8t, yioooxo^^ooo^^ 
SsS f»^^co<BoA ado8iooox8ioo^b8io4icoi 
Ab*struse', a. odc8SadcB,ooiof^ui^cB,Soitoo^oo 

08lQ0^O9c8lOXOt o5S9xox 00l0Q8o^00(g)00^. 

Ab-str^ise'ness, Ab-strii'si-ty, n. oo^9G86,oo^f^ 
oi^cB. See AbstbusIs. 

Ab-s6rd', a. not credible, preposterous, 0010 
fSooo^oo^, oooo^c8SSoD^8iyx<x>^oooo^og>S, 

Ab-s{!krd'i-ty, n. oo^ooGBxooiooogiifSaDJS, ooSoo 
cBtooi oocSoloo^ooi oo^^g^. 

A-bun'dan9e,w. exuberance, plenty, oo^odlo^ 
(81,09^0^00)8^8^,00^00100^^1: as, abun- 
dance of the sea, 8^06^0009^^1. See 381. 
^9: ot; out of the abundance of the 
hearts So9^^ioo9t8ic^Sog6.See wi. o):^; 
to hare more abundance, ooocno^ScSb. 
See Qt. 09: oj. 

A-bun'dant, a. plenteous, o^,ooi^i,odoAod8^; 
abundant, as, in goodness, ooo^too^^o^; 
abundant mercy, oo^ootoo^iocOanooobS* 

A-biln'dant-ly, adv. QOiooi^i^x,o(noo)8^8^; as in- 
creased abundantly, etc, ooSc8^,^g8^,o^ 
G8^f8{|Sc8^8|S8|Sao66S. See j8i. o:q. 

A-bfige', V. t, to misuse, ogbcoioogiiogoo^oocS^; 
to ill-treat, injurot modiyxdD,QiftQx§^,Qi 
yxoxooi^oo^^ ; to revile, oocBxv), o9g8i 

ooi,4iooiii;», Qxoo^ooo). , n. illuse, 

o9SQxooiQxc8,o9^QiaocBoo@V, reviling, 00^ 
oocBxfio) ,o9^ooc8xadi ,o9Utooi4id8« 

A-bu'sTve, a. insolent; as, abusive language, 
oo^oocSio^fOO^oodSxq^^^oc^ See Abuse. 

A-but'inent,n. theiiolid pait of a pier &c. co^ 
ooioooo^fptStoo^S^oioSmooo^iibSi qx8^ 

A-byss', n. oo^@o9^@x,oo^g85^ 

Ac'a-dSm'ic, a. (ooto99|Sot) QD^igot8ioo^<»xG8o9^ 


4,e,if6»u,y4oBg; ife,i,o,u,y« short; eAre« far, list, fftU, wh^t; th^re, V0il, tl^rm; pique; ddne, fter 

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A-cSd'e-my, n. (tw«>t©oi,) a seminary of 
learning, c@Scctyt^io9^o2^ae>|S92J5o}ooioQ 

learned society, yio^jSoo^o^^c^oococ^i. 
Ac-fede^ v. i. ooi^€8icSc8i,ooi38c88,coic3i(>c8S. 
Ac-^Sl'er-atei v.t. to bastony t|iDc8^,<»i^c8^. 
Ac-^ent^ V. t. oo9cSS9tux9^^ocoo^\^(&i^^\^iiQ 

gi 90000^. See Accentuate. 
Ae'^ent, ft.(ooif^)o9^Qi8{|^ooxN2^^oo@itwoo|S. 
Ac-9enf u-ate, 1^. t. o^f^odt^^odd6^yOiSoe«f^-]8|S 

boocSt. See AcoEMTy n. 
Ao-9ept', V. t. to take» receive, 88|S,yiota5j5ooS 

8to€&i0; to agree to, ooi^g8ic8g8\,C2^c8S. 
Ao-fcpt'a-ble, a. agreeable, welcome, QDiad9b|5 

8t,ooiooaD|5QooD8;a8,the acceptable year of 

the Lord, ^^ooio9a>^og\oo93i*Seej[),6o: j. 
Ac^pt^an^e, n« favorable reception, oo^Sf^^; 

an agreeing to,, aseent, od^ooi^g8i, 
Ac^^ess, n. admission, admittance! go^cbi^S 

have access, ^^OD^oo^s^iyis^oDoS^ ; aQ, 

we have access to the father, o ^^ cop mS 

s^iyiQ^o^o^GS^. See o^* j: oo. 

Ac-jei/sa-ry, Ac^es'so-ry,. a. cpioocB^iiyiov 

■ , w. an accomplice, yic^^cSSo^ooc^^, 

A&^ess'i-ble,a approachable, SoSioo^odopicSi 

Ac-9ess'ion, n. increase, od^o^g8|S; as, an ac- 
cession of wealth, oo^^odldB^ooog^c^cSi; 
act of coming to; as, a king's accession 
to the throne, oo^g8^oo^8ioiooc8V 

Ac'9i«dent, n. chance, casualty, os^ooiooooj^ 


Ae'fi-dent'al, a. casual, unexpected, fortuit- 
ous, ooiooQio^o9a:>€f cbdB^o^oooos, ooiooo 
o^^so^^cS^f tbood8fl8/x>^ooi ^Qo^cBi • 

Ac-claim^ v. t. to shout applause, cBtcS^coi 
oo^o@i%» See AcoiiAhation. 

Ac'cla-m Vtion, n. oo^cSfOO@§^ooWiooSo@ii; 
to elect by acclamation, oo^oS^^^cK^oatoo 

9 ACO 

Ac-di'mate, v. t. to inure to a climate, qi ng^ 

Ac'cli-ma'tion, n. od^wic^iiS^QQ^cS^aDpas. 

Ac'cli-ma'-ted, p, p. or a. inured to the cli- 
mate of a foreign couptfy, cS^oof cSSod^ 

Ac-cli'ma-tize, v, t. See Acclimate • 

Acrcliv'i-ty, n. an ascent, <xASp9a^ogu 

Ac-com'mo^ate, i;# t^ to oblige, vi^ootD^yiooi, 
to confer m to,Qi^9»oDtfB|Scofl8i,tfi^(»@ii. 

Ac-com'roo-da^ting, a* ooKAo^ioolSyioioQacil, 

Ac-com'mo-da'tion, n. oo^MojcSSSs^yO^^cQ 
. @itada>j5 ; to give accommodation, a^p 


Ac-c6m'pa-ni-men^ n. oo^a^eDiStod^op 8^ o^, 

Ac-c6m'pa-ny, v. t to go with, g6iq2^,o6ioc>c8i; 
to be connected with, op^o2S,co^tx)i; as» to 
be connected with th^ teacher, ^tSsco 
€|^,ao^t048ta9^^ ; as, accompany salva- 
tion, aojSQOtSsoo^o^c^iS^i. See 91. 6: e. 

Ac-com'pliye, n, abettor, yx«iooSooiojo9cB«,yi 

COlOdC^^SyiOdi. See AcCESSABYi w. 

Ac-com'plish, v, t. to eflfect, *>i6i,«icbc8^. 

Ac-c6m'plished, p. p. or a. tp be finished, 6x6, 
5ic&bc6; to be fulfilled, 00161b; to be pos- 
sessed of educational acquirements, ooi 
^ib8iobSoD(^c8\o5S, QOi^^Siod^ oj|S 00^ ofjS 

Ac-com'p]ish-ment) n. completion, oo^o^5i,oo^ 
ooooioo^i ; an educational acquii^^ment, 
odS^^icSSoiiS^i, qo^q^iom5ooooi S^&tSfi. 

Ac-c6rd',t;. i. to agree, cjbftib, oof cBSb^ , 

t;. L to make agree, (»i«2yi8t,Qioo|SG8S,Di 
c^c^SsSs; to grant, o(|5oQ^s,ooif cSxcScSib. 

,n, agreement, 6dS«jooS8i,oo\oo^c65, 

oo^oto8t,oa^c8ioc8S; withpne accord, 001 
ODootoo<{|iffl8. See vxoo^. q, 09; oivrn ac- 
cord) o|Soocot ; as, opened of his own ac- 
cord, cSidB^o^oQoot. See moo^. oj: po. 

.Ac-c6rd'an(e, n. harmony^ Qo?l^3jooS8i«, oo^co^ 
_ c8S ; . in accordapce with the will of 

do, wglf ;f Arl,, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; $ as s; (h as 9k%g m j; g as U[iig6t; g as e; ^as gs; i^ as in liggw. 

Digitized by 


Ac-<j6rd'ing,j;^» a» iigreeftble)S,64fii|S— oadSi^,^; 
judge m^ nedofding t« tiiy rightooM- 

See is. c|^: ^ he doeib sccording to his 

willi vt^^doft. Se6 di% 9: %. 
Ac-c6i^iiig4yy 6«to. itgreenblbfyi Sfj^dSiiS 

1^; conseqdnily, StjOoooiSl. 
A<H>6r'di-on, n. (9oi^p^) ^oo^o^S. 
Ac^odst', t;. /.to i^ei& to, 6ddr6BS, •sdB^o^rid^i, 

A(J-«oU9he'ni6ftfc (a-koosh'mong), n.JPVi. d3*«\ 

Ac-coa9h'eftri n. a man midwiftB^ yt^idb^*i 

Ao^Mnl1lt^ n. 1^ fwk6timg, €o^g%od^i<»^gt ; a 
register of Okargesi f^^»o66^f ^f ; teke, 
b^alf, »Sf^Q9^^S,^9S; ac^ he died on 
account of <smt din, 3io&d9oc8c6iooo^btoot 
ooiS; I giw money on acconnt of my 
0on, oD<j$pft9i 0080^8^; a nal'r&tiyei a 
recital) odSd^o^^^odU^i^i ; as, he gav^ an 
acconnt of hid jonmey 1 oobd^^co^oo^tioi 
dio^ioo^od^^ reason^ 0^91. See 001. 1^^: 
^r, as, must giV^ aCoount of himself to 
God, a^^oo^oboo|3<:^ioDioa99Hd^obod9V 

86e£[. ^ytdi. , <^. ^4 to regard, deem, 

eS<^,oSo}i»'jd{M, accounted as shoep, oS 
c^iyi§o8cioo8i. 6eel[. ^:<6; do account of 
UB, etc, o&yiS*^68d6t)oyt. See oc^^. 9: *; 
do you amount me a dog, foSc^oDiooi 
<]g^,f(^oc»t6tta^og^; to render a rea- 
son, t^l^pd^^yO?^!!^^. 

A<i^unfa4>lei a, responsible, @iio>^o3^a3 
^^d58t; aa^mmi is accountable to God, 

Ac-CountfiDg, i^jftr. Sc^^^; ae, accounting 
that God \rm aUe, c8<t)8^bcoic^^tbiooi 
Cdi^t<dtahot^o5teoio^. See ^t. oo: oe. 

Ao>coiiflt^a*-blK4y, n. Ml^ifC6pQo^t&()^o58t. 

AtH^unt^anfey n. ytdoid^ft^(x>Sgtd^o^,yiMoi3fMi. 

A«*cou'ter> Ac^ott'tre (afcioo'ter), t^ /. to 

10 ACE 

equip, od<x)ic£^a^DMDiia»iS^, <KfabScKfS\ 
cooosc9ioo^^f c^iwSS. 

Ac*cot!t'tre-ment&,n.a soldier's implements, eq- 
uipage, oo^flDimtoQcS^QOiwoo^tt^iStai^^S. 

Ac>idred% i;. t Od^icotoSSoo^ofS^^^ic^o^ 
0ddSt; -to trust, fS<^i8ioofLia(»03tcoic8x. 

Ac-efe'tton^ n. (t»i@j|i^) co^cB^coiooUn^^ 

Ac-wue'^ V. i. ibS^f oflcB^, o^toD^, ^Sto^ ; as, 
profit accrued by tradingt f cfi^^S^dGO 
dB^ooio^5oo^ootOd«B; loss accrues by neg- 
lect Of business, |dB^^o8i»^bo:>tooS 
totj^^io^o^ ; evil will accrue to the 
wickedt oo^ftcoS^^i^mo^LOO^yiottyidS. 

Ac^efi'mu-r^te, v. t. tocolkfct, oS^, t^f^^^'d^ 
dB^^oioA^>^W)c0^;as,the man accumu- 
lated money and became rich, yt^^o98^ 

as, his debt accumulated till he became 

a slave, yii^o^oo^^ofldSjibopiooc^ci^^. 
Ac-cQ'mu-ltt^tion, n. oo^^|5,o:>^oQndB^. 
Ac'cu-ra-$y, m oo^cfiLo6^cBi^,oo^o6oo^cDt. 
Ac^cu-ratei a. correct, exact, c0\G$^d8tjbt,a>^. 
Ac^ou«rate-Iy, adv. c8icoScdisbt,o6oo«>d(R>i; as, 

to do accurately, ott8%<:6^c8t«^,«x^S 

1^1^; to look accurately, ng^o&o6ttioot. 
Ac-c6rseS t;. t to condemn, doom, Sp^i^S^ 

Ac-Cttrs'ed, p.p. topS^c^u See ocoifS. d;: ^; 

ad, let him be accursed, ^o^oopd^odioo 

0^. See oooox. 0: o. ^, a-. GDid»a>^d3^ 

o»i.See j|« <]^: ». 
Ac'cthsVtiouin. censure, charge, oo^oSod^cov^, 

o^^8a)^in >viiting),c$S(>dt^^^S(§tao^. 
Ac-cuse', V. t. to Uame, o&oD^oo(»p ; to inform 

against, ^o^V,tocharge inlaw, arraign, 

Ac-efis'er, n^ ^lodtoeoSod^coa^. See <fiiw o: 00. 
Ac-ofis'tom, V. L to habituate, «i^|^ ; M, ac- 
customed to do evil, ^x^p^Ami. See o5t. 

A-^rb'i^y, n. rough, sour taste, cc^to^dt; 
hardiness of fcen(per, coi6S,Mi€ByQDt|. 

Mvi#^A7)loug; iia»I»5,{i,^iBho!^t;cAre,i&r, test» f(^i wh^t; there, vfiil, t§rm; pique; ddne^ f6r» 

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Ac-qnaiiit^an^e, w. a person well known, yi 
ooiooj^glcSi; knowledge, ooSoojS^. 

Ac'qui-e8§e' (-es'), r. i, to rest satisfied, cdSods, 
oj^QOoia; to agree in opinion, assent, 
yield, oo8(»|S«^,oqi^c8i^,g8p^^ooooS. 


A9'e-MVu4un],n. the cavity at the bead of the 

thigh-bone^ o;>Sc8iooc8S(3oioico6S(|>eZm) 

ooD5oDioooo8i^^n&|Sqj5D5(i»8^coi 00^1008^. 
A-cet'ic, A-ce^toiis, a. dc^h* See Aoetctm. 
A-ce'tum, n. Lat vinegar, o6c5^GOi8&po&. 
Ache, v.i. oD^o^t,o9^a^8do^8^)a>^,oooSo6,f^^, Ac'qui-es'^enfe, n.ooSo^ooooj. S^e Acquiesce. 

80) ; as, I have a head-ache, cx>8^ii3l ; as, Ac-quire', vj. to obtain, ^S,«\^t^; to acquire bjr 

my tooth aches, od^co) ; as, the boil I purchase, yif^^;by co quest, t^t^. 

aches, o^f^S,oo^|So^soo^,^Qt>l. | Ac-quire'ment, n. acquisition, ooS^^So&^oo^^^S 

A-chieve', t;./. to effect, tfio^ioe^i)(»i op. 3»(^g8^; ^ ^ oo-io«»ic8ooH33^\,oo^o9iotfic88809. 

to accomplish by effort, c^i^iiQta^iooSi; Ac'qui*si'tion, 7*. gain, oo^S^^Sanc8^,aDS^S. 

to gain by effort, ^8»i«(^to^oa|^. Ac-quis'i-tive, a. disposed to acquire, ootc&coS, 

A-chitlve'ment, n. a distinguished deed, coScb oDnS^coioDco^^odldS^oo^. 

d^SftoSiix^SS^coS Qiddndio^m^c^ia^ch Ac-quiV, v, t. to clear, parrdon, ^oD^bBOOs^i^^^ 

A9'id, «. eour, tart, <»iomSS, ^^» 

A'^Id'i-^fy, V. t. to make acid^ <»t4)i|id9i. 

A-cM'i4y, n. sourness, oo^,d(»do^o&|S. 

A-9id'u-late, V. t. to make sourishi tAoopo^^s^t. 

A-fid'u-lous, a. sourish, oo^oo^a^^t^daoS^sop. 

Ac-knowl'edge, t;. t. to assent to, concede, al- 
low, 0^^o»dot,ooi^c3to^cx>e; to i^ecognize, 
cg^oo^^; as, and Israel acknowlede us 
not, iid6^ec^iooog^OD^^3o^yttD|i>. See^p. 
6^: ot; to confess, own afault,o^c8ic^i^\ 
c»o9^<>oo^,c8ico^o>^g^oooo^btoo8; as, I ac- 
knowledge my sin unto thee, ootSaoo^o^^ 
g^^\coicx)a>^bidM. Bee it. oj: 9. 

Ac-kndwPedg-ment, n. assent, avowal, con- 
fession. See AcKKOWLSBQE. 

Ac'me, n. the top, 8^M8|>iOd8tf1. 

A'corn, n. ojpcBw^e&oDp. See jp. o: je, ^^. 

A-cous'tics, n, the science of sounds, oo^qicS', v. t. to inform, make knowtt, t^goj^ 
^koS, cfltoof^o^pgoloo^ t^B^^ojooS; to ac- 
quaint one's self with, learn, «ic8cx>^, qi 
0}^^oo3t,^c8&ooDi; as, acquaint thyself 

with God, ^cSS^jx^St^t. Sec jjtjo. , 

V. I. to be acquainted as friends, oojS^cSS 
oooot; to be acquainted with grief, 09^^ 
oD^^to^^^^; to be acquainted with books. 

^i^t,^ScgS; 'Bcquit one's self, QiSo&tS|i. 
Ac-quit'tal, v. Law. a dii^harge, oo^odq^^i^, 

Ao-quit'tan^e, w. a discharge from a debt, »^ 
^i^8«9Joo»S ; a receipt, oo^8c6ioj5oo^ 

A'cre, n. (opo9i^),5ofi»t(x>^ooo8ac8^8j5coia9c3SS8e 
(^^S^t o6o (160 square rods). 

Ac'rid, a. sharp^ harsh, SS co, oo^ ob cos, 8o{S 8^ 
op; acrimonious, cx)tod^^ 

Ac'rid-ness, n. coSShco,co\m^o^o::>tj(xA«>^S. 

Ac'ri-m6'ni*ou8, a. sharp, severe, as lan- 
guage, ooSo3cSian,ooSooc6icb«^,o3opSs>p. 

Ac'ri-mo-ny, n. asperity, oo^oilo38,ooSo3c8ia5). 

A'CtoBH^ , jn^ep, or adv. crosswise, S^ojjS; as, to 
go across a stream, cbi8n5o6o^,c6\8pogS 
cooQ; to go across a country, cbiS^oj^S 
t&\ ; to lay across, or athwart, the boat, 
oSSpOj^S^ ; to make a bridge across the 
river, Qi8aSG6o^icfii ; the bridge does 
not reach across the river, c8io3o5oopoo 
o^oDp,c8io^iSooioooSooi8oop; to cut a- 
cross, c^8poj6,o2t8pojj6, 

A-cros'tic, n. (oo^Seoot) ^^jicScoloDooojSooicblS 
8t<^ioo&i,8«oQ^oso3S^S(|]ip^p3Ssc8Sod 00103 

Act, r. i. to do, «i ; to stir, move, ojt ot, ^t. 

, V. t. to cause to act, q8«i,qt>>i ; to 

perform on the stage, JiinooS^cSSc^oo^S 

do,W9lf;furl,riide, posh; ^.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h assh; g as j; gas in get; g asz;x: asgz; nas in linger.. 

Digitized by 



c5i6^icoi^(£i. , w. a deed, ooSq\,odSA« 

mS^x ; a division of a play,o3Sc8Sc^ooc8i. 

Ac'tion, n. motion, ooSojiooSbi, ooSajgooSot; 
operation, ooSqIjOoSoioo^wi; conduct, <xA 

izQoS^\f oochSvot; at law, ooSc85ooi, 

c8Sooic8Sd§S; a battio, ooSe|ic8S. 

Ac'tion-a-ble, a. c^oS^oDioorccBSooicSSflgS. 

Ac'tive, a. having the power of acting, cS^St 
oD^ojgojbiioj ; quick, lively, ^; aa, an ac- 
tiveinind,cx)tu; an active person, (^looij. 

Ac-tiv'i-ty, n. agility, quickness, ooSbi^5,ooS 

Act^or, n a doer, <^\«iooSoooi; a stage play- 
er, yibia)c6^8,<^xc8Sn^SoSiS|iooi^^i. 

Act'ress, n. 85<j^?>io3o5^c85c)^ooSS95iSgioDi ^(£i. 

Act'u-al, a. real, |S|^,cx)ioo(»iooo3i|^|^; posi- 
tive, certain, ooySaoiS,aDySo30Di^. 

Act'ii-ate, v. t. to incite, cB^bi,o3ao^G8^,^i»i. 

A-cu'men, 12. a sharp point, oo^8^(0}^,o9^8^^ 
^: quickness of perception, sagacity, 
keenness, ooeco«,oDi3|,o&ioj^,ooSojj5oi. 

A-cute^ a. sharp-pointed, 3^t^^«^^tt ' ^^^^ 
pain,oo^o5)o^,ar.^8D)8bi^; an acute mind, 

Ad'age, n. a proverb, a saying, ^m%a^o:^coSxf 

Ad'a-mant, n. oDi^oDioocdiS^SpoocbSoo^. 

A-dam'ic, n. pertaining to Adam, co^ioi8i8i 
ooio^,oD^ 190 t8t(£^8^(^o8(SdB. 

Ad'am's-ap'ple, w, cBSc2^qo|od^. 

A-dapt', V. t. to make suitable, fit, «ioo^c65, 
«iSoooo^9d9it,(»iS3ooDoo^; to be adapted, 

Ad'ap-ta'tion, A-dapt'ed-ness, n. fitness, ooS 

Add, V. t. to put together, oSix^SyoS^^o^SyO 
cBojS; to add by way of augmenting, qt 
9o\S^fQ\o£\cSp; to add in length, widS 
dB^,Qbic8d8^; to add in width, ^xcbSSp. 

Ad-den'dum, n.LcU. oDScDiooojSoSo^^yOO^OQJSwt. 

Adder, n. (^S^. See oocfii. j^: 9j. . 

Ad-dict', V. t. to accustom, habituate, qioo^SoSi 

0QOD^^^,WlS00^^SQlb, QlOfplOO(bc8^0dO^^ 

12 ADE 

Odco^,Q\Sodo^oooo^G8^b ; to be addicted 
to, «»i£8^^; as, addicted to drink, ^^A 
^t; addictel to stealing, g8^^c^|SoaH. 

Ad-di'tion, n. ooSoo1c8^,ooSoSttj5oo1c8f. 

Ad-di'tioiv«l, a. added, ooioooo^oo^oSojScSij 
ooiOdootcS^b; as, to get additional 
wages, iSocOcS^o^ojioocb. 

Ad'dle, Ad'dl^d, a.putrid, spoiled (as an eeg), 
ojS^, a^ ; Fig. oon^c8|5oo^, odSSoo^ooSoo^, 
oDo^oo^a>^oDS. , V. t to make un- 
fruitful, ^t<^d8^oo^oo8SoodB^oQk^. 

Ad-dress', t^ <. to prepare, oDob5o5d8i; to di- 
rect speech to, |8€6t,cpc8ioo^; as, toad- 
dress an assembly, &t6bgi8^^^, i^cbiob 
cSiooS; to superscribe, as a latter, c^yi 

ooQi8iodG8^odc8Scoic5So9c6i. , n.coS 

crc6iB,ooSi^obio6c8i,oo^^ oji dB oji ; the 
address of a letter, coS^tdSx ooi o5So;^ 
o^^oocBi, See Addbess, v. t. 

Ad-dri9e', v. t. to bring forward, show, ayi jS,o5 
<g1; as, to adduce evidence, oStgloo^o^^oo 
OD8 ; to adduce a reason, oS(g) 909^, ^1^ 

Ad-duc'tor, n. Anat. oQJ^cq^ (muscle) CDiooo^t 

fD8\CO^OOc8,OgO^O|2 1^00199 o^oo^aggg) . 

A-dept', a. skilled, expert, oj ; as, an adept 
lawyer, yiQic6oooDiooi^s|^ooo9^9i; an 

adept thief, ooSajjpooiooo^^ooSqj^a. , 

n. one well skilled, yif^oi^oD^ogbooioQ^ 
^^odtS, yicoioo^l^b; as, an adept in 
speaking, yioocBioo^o6oo^o^»i. 

Ad'e-quate,a.proportionate, sufficien t,enough , 
CD1 ,^i,git,oo^,od)c5; as, he is adequate to 
the work of a preacher, 09b@ii8iod^Q\oDi 
ODc^^oocS^; as, his wages are adequate to 
his support, ooajtodcbooib^iboDiooodid^ 
oo(do9^; my grace is sufficient (ade- 
quate) for thee, ooo^ntoo^^oolo^coi f 8S 
c6. See joo^^. oj: e. 

Ad'e-qua-9y, a sufficiency, oo^cDioo^^i, oo^ocH 
c5,oo^gi88t; as, the adequacy of supply 
to the expenditure, 091 oooojcoiSoo^oqS^, 

a,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,T,o,fi,y, short; cftre, far, last, f jU, what; th^e, vgil, tSrm; pique; done, f6r. 

Digitized by 


AD J 13 

Ad-here^ v. t. to stick fast, attach, ^ojii^ooS,^ 
o8,8s6; to remain fixed, as to an opinion, 
oSiaoS; to cleave to, as to a teacher, oo^i, 
cx)ooSoo|i,o:2|8,aj||i«ooo3s. See qiooS 00:^9. 

Ad-hrT'en9e, w. adhesion, steady attachment, 
fidelity. See Abhebe. 

Ad-hr^r'ent, n, a disciple, afollower,oo<JjS,yioD 
ooSoD^ioooDscoiyioi. 1 d. See Adheee. 

Ad-he'sion, n. a sticking, ooS^oji; adherence, 
onion, ooSaDo5Scx)^i. 

Ad-hVsive, a. sticky, tenacious, ooioofeoj8,65; 
as, adhesive clay, c8^8j5^o28,c@^8^6S. 

A-dieiV, M. good-bye, farewell, yicoioaoDOOgos 


Ad-in'fin-ytum, Lat. to infinity, ooooooiSoo 

Ad'i-pose', a. fatty, c8^,o8; as, adipose tissue, 
oDS^^oo(£i8Q8^§^88^ib88o8 006181. 

Ad-jy^ent, a. near to, contiguous, ojsSs ; as, ad- 
jacent cities, oSajscSSoooDS ; China is ad- 
jacent to Burmah, cBSoo ^8^j5oj8§tc8S6d8i. 

Ad'jec-tive, n. (908cy»co5,) vT)o5SooScx>c6iooioo(§ 

f^l^|S88gl|^So&lSglOOO^^|Su^008 0lo5S,008 

(j»o65ooep^^iglc8 p l^obooogS. 

Ad'jec-tive-ly, adv. 6(»8o»o5Sc»o88. 

Ad-join', V. t. to join, unite, «ifeojjt,c88feo28,c8« 
?3o5, cB8g8^, ^23080^5, 98 o^S ; as, to adjoin 
one thing to another, fe23o5txj5ooSi88ooSoo 
oioDoi. , V. i. to be next to, or in con- 
tact; as, a farm adjoining to the roadf ^8 

Ad-join'ing, a. adjacent, contiguous, Sph 

Ad-joftrn', i\ i. to postpone, o5ooc8Soooo^«ioo 
oioiojioaooioocfiSooi ooc§^^io8d8cD^b,a28^i 
o5c8coiQOOD«ioo^88s8oo^b ', as, the teach- 
ers assembled for business, consult- 
ed together until 9 o'clock in the even- 
ing, and then adjourned to 10 o'clock 
next morning, 036^0^^000^ 38^§^8ta)i[> 

0D800Sc010&00So8OdSq100(£1 88 OJl c8l OJi CX>1 
0DJ<X>8 e f^^^6l0J^^lO8d3b00l0000<38jS§^O3 

88 oo ^^^^00181008. , V. t. to defer, 


postpone, 0^800001 oooDcfiS ; as, to adjourn 
a meeting, §ooo2^G8j5e8c8ibcoioooD(Sj5^^a9 

88001 dOOC^OOoSs, OO^gB^^JSoOI OOoS^^^b^OD 

Ad-joftrL^d', Jt>.^. See Adjourn. 
Ad-jo{irix'ment, n. ooScoj5|ie8C)8,ooS€8^dBo3c8S; 
during adjournment, 001000)^028 ^io5 08 


Ad-j^dge', V. t. to decree, decide, award, as a 
judge or a court, S^^^6>>5,o8p&|5g8|S(^S88 
ooooo:2S:8i6o5i5gi; as, he was adjudged 
to suffer death, oobi^^oo^ooUjSgS^oScSi. 

Ad-jrdg'ment, n. adjudication, sentence, cr.S 

Ad-j"/di-c te, v.t. See Adjudge. 

Ad-jiVdi-c/tion, n. See Adjudgment. 

Ad'jriiict, n. something added, ooSoo|So^S8to3S 
oi,ooSa>j5^«8«ooSoi ,ooSoo880s,c8, oo^ooooi i 

oodSS ; a colleague, ooodcBs. , a. ad- 

* joined, oDiooooj5o^S88ooSoooi. 

Ad-junc'tion, n. See Adjunct, n. 

Ad-jnuct'ive, a. joining, aD^oD888oo^Qooioo6io 
,n. oaSoo^tt^88ooSoi. 

Ad-junct'ive-ly, Ad-junct'ly, adv. SooSoojS»j588 
ooSoio»oS8; consequently, odoo888. 

Ad'ju-r action, n. a solemn charging on oath, 
ooSej8dB^c8ioooo8,ooSej8 s8j5 tSjS b, ooS cBjS tS^ 

Ad-jfire', v. t. to charge on oath, q8s8^c8ioo 
o38,q8s8j5ooS : See j|. 6: jc; I : djure thee 
by the living God, oowifoB^oo^ooicgioo^b 
oobSgl. Se «8. J 6: «9. 

Ad-jur'er, n. yicoioo<^8s8^c8poo^yiooiafao9^o58 

Ad-j^.st', V. t. to make exact, «ic6io5S, qiSoo 
gitoooo^ : to fit, put in order, regulate, 
ooobSooc8i,c§opi69oo3c8io6Sc6ia68 ; to ad- 
just affairs, ©^ ^j5 8 00 ; to adjust differ- 
ences, «imc8588c85oji,«ioo^c8S889. 

Ad-jiist'a-ble, a. cx>io«ioiooid3ioj. 

Ad-jjst'er, w. yiooioowibS adjust aa8og8c6b 
00088. See Adjust. 

Ad-jrist'ment,w. regulation. See Adjust. 

do, wolf;furl,rade, pysh; e.i^o. silent; 9 as s; <;h as shj g as j; g as in get; § a8z;xa8 gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 


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Ad'ju-tage, n. ajutage, cx)Scoio(^ifeogeooi oo^oo 
oi ; a tube through which v ater is dis- 
charged, ooSooo^cScoioocbi^cSi. 

Ad'ju-tan-9y, n. ooS«icoiooc8ic30j5 adjutant oooi. 

Ad'ju-tant, w. an assistant, oSyicoiooQisiiQ^jQ^ 
o88j5(x>oi,c8^8cx>i rooS^ooi o8^o«8^o58oo5 ; 
a large species of stork, cSjBB^ooodojS, 

Ad-jiVvant, a. helpful, useful, coiOTc8ni«i»ii 
ooS. , n. a helper, yiQieiiooS, 

Ad-meas'ure (-raezh'ur), v. t. to measure, cfijS 
ooSjfS^ooS ; to apportion, ^ioo^^io8ooS. 

Ad-meas'ure-ment, m. measurement, dimen- 
sions, ooc8j5ooc^5. 

Ad-men'su-ra'tion, n. See Mensubation. 

Ad-min'is-ter, v. i. & v. t. to manage, supply, 
give, «aooSo«ooS,©^^^8ooooS, ojJ?©iiQi©ia 
ooSooiyioiooSS, 5oS8ooSo5o8s,o8j5oo{5or^i€^ 
^{5ooi yic85o§Soo8Soioi, yiojjSooScSpooScS 
coic^ioolooocjlpopioaSSoiOi, oo^v^isuS^ocds 
oDi administer. 

Ad-min'is-ter-ing, p. a. executing, dispensing, 
ooiooQib, coioooj^b. See Adminibtee. 

Ad'min-is-tra'tion, w. — of government, ooS ©^ 
^^o68irB^8ioo^8006(^ ; the persons who 
administer government, 08^001 oo©j5^^ 
o68c8S8of5^«ooc^S. See Administer. 

Ad-min'is-tra'tive, a. raioowioooDgSadminister 

Ad'min-is-tra'tor, n. one who administers, yi 

OOlOOWlOoSSgOoS, 4^^^8oOOoS, OJ^eilfcH©!! 

ooSoDi yioioaSS ; one commissioned to 
take charge of the property of a person 
dying intestate, <^ioooicoic»Sj5^^yio5 

Ad'min-is-tra'tor-ship, w. ooS«ic8ioo^adminis- 

Ad'min-is-tra'trix, m. 85<jfooioa«i6 adminis- 
trator ©ibo5o8«. 


Ad'mi-ra-ble, a. wonderful, surprising, (»c8S 

GS^»800lO^18O0Qia)Q^, c8xc8^c8i008Oio8 ; 

excellent, superior, oi8^«t. 


^d'mi-ra-bly, adv. «iboiQ8opiofob5oct>QicyDg^. 
Ad'mi-ral, n. the commander in chief of a 

fleet or navy, oDc8q8aj88S^Soo8^oooi. 
Ad'mi-ral-ty, n. o8j5oo<jooi o»©|S^^oicx)S^8ooS8 

001 0d30^00888ODC:8c^8O2800(9^. 

Ad'mi-ra'tion, n. wonder with delight, ooSodqi 
oo«j5o3ioooo^ocx)8,ooSogSo@n. See ooi. 0: 
oa, ooSooQinoQ^. See AS. ocj^: 6. 

Ad-mire', v. t. to esteem, cd^oods ; to love 
greatly, (^^88b8^8^,8j5^^S,(^j5opioa«icx)«|5, 
og8dSj5,ogS oi,ogS<jSb5;to wonder,oD«i f>D«^. 

Ad-mir'er, n. one who esteems and loves. 
See Admire. 

Ad-mis'si-ble, a, permissible, allowable, gi8 
1^00^8; that may be agreed to, 00100^1 8 

Ad-mis'sion, n. admittance, ^SoD^b,oo^»]8^coi 
oocD^SoojS; concession, oo^ooi^c8ic3c8i. 

Ad-mit', V. t. to grant entrance, ej8§5b,oD^g5 
bod^; to be capable of, o^; as, the 
words do not admit of that meaning, 
ooSooc8i|^oo8o^c6bS^^ooc^oo^; to agree 
to, o^^d3ioooD8, o^^c8i(Sc8ib, q^^^ c8io 
c6S, oj^ScSSb. 

Ad-mit'tanye, n. entrance. See Admission. 

Ad-mix', V. t. to mix, c^^n)J),eol«^5,c8o^5. 

Ad-mixt'ure,w. the act of mixing, mixture, ooS 
c^{Sc%,ooS t>5) o^SjOoS c8o^5. 

Ad-mon'ish, v. t. to warn, advise, reprove 
gently, q8oc8So5a38,o8j5coic8ojioS©ii. See 

Ad'mo-iii'tion, n. reproof. See Admonish, 
Ad-mon'i-to-ry, a. admonishing, coioooS^opicS 

09100^,001 05 q^80cSSo^ 038. 

A-do', n. trouble, bustle, ooSooSoo5,ooSooc8p 
09800 oS^oolooiooSoooS 001 00 og8 00 08^ 00 oS 
00^. See qS. j: ^c 

Ad'o-les'jen^e, Ad'o-les'9en-9y, n. the state of 
growing youth, cfi^S^cS^icS^cij^cScS^, 
g8^8^ooj5 gl, G6po88ooajn5oo,^^oo^i. 

Ad'o-les'^ent, a. growing, young,cD8sS,8^ooop5. 

A-d6pt\ t;. t, ij8<fec8p6ooooS9J5boooS8; as, a child, 
ajS8,o5o8^bodi8c»cj8S ; as, an opinion or 

a,e^i,6,ii,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfi re, far, la8t,f§ll, what; there, veil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 


ADV 16 

practice, to receive as one'« own, Q%^ 

A-dop'tion, n. ooS<^So&ooS,ooSo8^o^8ooc8S. See 
00001. 9: 9; 00. o: 9. See Abopt. 

A-dopt'iTo, a. coioo@igo5j^^c86,@i8c8^oD^8oo 
(SS. See Adopt. , 


Ad'o-ri'tioM, n. worship* See Ado&£» 
A-dore', r. t. to reverence, worship, praise, 

A-d6rn', v. t to ornament, odooio3o5,«io5«iicOi, 

A-down', prep, down, sjo^ 8, ooi ooS, , 

adv. downward, c8t. See Down, ddv. 
A-drlft^ adv. floating at random, ci6iogo^9d 

A-droit', a. ingenious, ready, f SoiSu,^SuiS^, 

oj^^oo^oo^otoo^o;; skillful, ^008^0^. 
A-droit'ness, n. ingenuity, skill. See Adeoit. 
Ad'ftJa'tion, n. excessive praise, flattery, ooi 

A-dfilt', a. fully grown, coioo8^ojS8^^io5. 

,w. yi»8popS8^^i,<j^aDfi,8poD^g). 

A-dfil'ter-ate, v. t. to vitiate, make impure, ^^ 

colo^SooSoiSsooSoooi, QIOO^OOOOI^OO^. 
A-dul'ter-a'tion, n. See AnuiiTEEATE. 

A-diirter-er, n. yicoiooc&^cx>iooQl,yicoiQoa^p<^i 

oiod Jl. See Adulteet. 
A-dul'ter-ess, n. 8S<j^coio©c&^o!ii(feoi. 
A-dul'ter-ous, a. oo^co«S8ooSqioo«^«1«ioo«Soij 

A-duFter-y, n. ooSc&^ooi«l(^j5ooioa,ooSc^^o5^ 

Ad-um'brate, v, U to give a faint shadow, od^ 

Ad'um-bra'tion, n. See Adumbeate, 

Ad'va-lo'rem, Lat. SoaoSbo^yioaoSs. 

Ad-van9e', v. u to go forward, cbiogggl; to go 
before, cbioDig); to improve, 9ic8^; as in 

knowledge, ODSoo^gloolcS^. , v. t. 

to promote, help, c8©ntti«ii; to propose, 
o5<jjloooD8,o9^ooSo}^; to advance money, 
o^^oSe. , a. advanced, coio^^coi 


g). — — , «• progress. See Advahce, v. i. 

Ad^van5e'ment, n. a>Sc6i8ggl,ooS9ic8^>ooSool 
c8|S,ooSog^o55, See Advakcb. 

Ad-van'tage, n. a favorable opportunity, ooS 
od@i8oocx)^,ooooi 9iod co SS 00^ ; benefit, 
ooSoiGoio8S,ooSo2)|tooS^; prevalence o- 
ver, oqSttioof oac8S ; as, to take advan- 
tage of, 888^88O01(»aD«,ngSoC^^00S»CJ8S0D 

c8io8b, «SoDSoocSSc8i6Bcx>4fi^b<^cb^. See 
jooq^. j: 00. , t;. t. to profit, bend- 
fit, ooj5oo^o(2u^8, |SooSaj)'[8; as. What is a 
man advantaged, &c. See oji. g: Jt. 

Ad'van-ta'geous (-ta'jus), a, beneficial, useful, 
profitable, cx)iooojjX8g8^. 

Ad' vent, n. ooooSobopijOoooSoSf dBp,e»ooS(^c6^. 

Ad'ven-ti'tious, a. casual, odio9ooSoooi^,od^oo 
c8&; additional, foreign, oDiodoiodloS^b, 

001 OOOOOD^tX)888(3lOD^ . 

Ad-vent'ure, v. t. to venture, hazard, risk, ai 
ogS, «i88,ODSoDpc8^d3^QOf5ojQicgSb» Sse 

giooS. 03: jfi; o(j: ^o* ,n. ooS«icgS,ooS 

o5j^ooS<§^,o^S^6i«iooS. See Vbntuee, n. 

Ad-vent'iir-oiis, a. daring, bold, oos^jj^ojS,^. 

Ad'verb, w. (oo8ooiS) »SooSoDc8iooc6caiop^dK 
oi^oooS. See gjS«S,c4|8oooi dj. 

Ad'ver-sa-ry, n. an enemy, ^^o),yiooi(3^(^So) 
yi, yi8^Qoioo^; an opponent, an antago- 
nist, yioo€8i<^ooS,(^xQi@ooS* 

Ad'verse, a. contrary to, oono^«ic8ijSt8o1oDS, 
CD1 00^QO^,OD1 oottio5SooSSo0o5iooc3iODjSoo 
q8 ; calamitous, pernicious, coioeqto!>6>^ 

Ad-ver'sa-tive, a. G8jSoo8oDcfiic6i,(38^a:>8oD9S9^, 
c8^ao8oooooioi,G8p ib9 «x>Sod ooS, q8^ c8 oI 
cSSoo 0D8 ; as, he is an honest man, but 
not wise, oob^^yio^cSoocSi, doSooSSsoo 
oj^oaoo8aoG8j5oo^. See Antithesis. 

Ad-ver'si-ty, n. calamity, affliction, o^^^aos^SS, 

Ad-vert', v. t. to refer, to, obQ^Sc^oooiopicSi. 

Ad'ver-tise', v.t. to inform j. apprise, dB8aDSojS 
gl,q80DpQl ; to publish ; as, to advertise 
goods, ej8a;^c8^o3nQ8iooooS8ooSo5ioa9S. 

d9,w9lf; furl,riide, p^sh; e.uo. silent; 9 ass; 9h assh; g as j; g as in get; § as z;x asgz; n as in lioger« 

Digitized by 


APA 1 

Ad-vtr'tise-nient,n. the making known, o:fi^n 
oj^^ooSoooo^ ; a public notification, 

Ad-vi9e', n. counsel, ooSoo^ooSoj^,ooSc^^c8c8c8. 

Ad-vise', v. t. to give counsel, oojSooSoj^jOj^ooS 
dBcx)8p, o8^c6^c8 ; to inform, q^i^^oj, 
c88a>Soj^Q),(booS; to consult with, as, to 
advise with the teacher, oj^ojSSsodcj^. 

Ad-vis' ed-ly, a(?t;. designedly, oofioo8§«ooSQicoi 
ooSojjScS^oicSi, 5oS«ooSooo8«, ooo«iodS^8i 

Ad'vo-cate, v. t. to plead for, defend, oocSini, 

Ad'vo-cate, w. a pleader, yiooioooocBi|Si$ooS 
oDic^ioioaS^; alawyer, c^iojcSSooSoS^. See 
««. J J :99. yi(^cx)H^^^c§Soo8ooob5,g8|p*. 

Adz, Adze, w. cgldb. 

^'gis (e'jis), n. a kind of shield, odoBbjOdcSi. 

A'er-ate, v. t. i^too{5^iooic&ooiS(o3o6i). 

^-6'li-an, a. (o6ig8oooo^,) OD^eotSsoDoSi; as, an 
^olian harp, oDf^ooi(3do8^9|5oo^ooiooo5i 

A-c'ri-al, a. (ojioSc^o^j ) belonging to the air, 
oo^^s8sa9o5i; high, lofty, oo^{X)8S80oSot8, 

A'er-i-form, a. ooSc8io5dbooiS,ooSc8ioSoDo5i. 
A'er-o-lite, n. coiSa)i(»c8io65booio5So«8. 
A'er-61'o-gy> n. (oooo^jcdSph) ooSoj^ooSooscoioo 

{^8(^PQ)yioDic&o©iS (ooo5i)oooSood2'iooo^ . 
A'er-om'e-ter, n. (ocoo^qooiS) o^^^Q^t-?^ (in 

strument,)ooo\oDi og8^o^^(^ooi^. 
A'er-om'e-try, n. (ooooiS(fl^«@i) ooSojjSoD^ 808 

ooado^SoDiocS^ofDS^o^ odi^o^. 
A'er-o-naut', n. a balloonist, yioDiooSsoooSioi 

( balloon ) 88o6ibooio9o5io!j]l ,Soi8oo^oooS8 


^8-thet'ic, -ffis-thet'ic-al, a. See Aesthetics. 
JEs-thet'ics, w. the science of beauty, ^oo^oo^ 

«0888oo^ooQ5ooooiSoo(j|pboDi|ooi^ qS 91, 0D1 

yioob oo^i«^9i,ooi yic^8boS oi . 
A-far', adv. from afar, ooiooo3i,o5ic^i; afar 

off, G8^COlGbo5l,GB^8l^ie8C^\. 

6 APF 

Af fa-bil'i-ty, n. pleasant manners, cpurteous- 
ness, ooSgioooasooojoDt^, ooo5c8^ cSodoat 

00^S8OJ^^c8Syi88^c8S00OD8S8(dl ^Sf S^jS^jS. 

See Affable. 
Af fa-ble, a. mild, complaisant, cS^Sic^jSiioos 


ojjOocBioo^o^; courteous, civil, cS^StcS 

58*, g8J588CX)^OOCXJOOc68. 

Af-fair', n. o©^8ooc^S,oooSo»8S,(»oSo©63i,ooS^8. 

Af-fect', V. t. to act upon, q8«i,oo^,oo^8,oo^a6i; 
as, her grief affected him greatly, ooco^^^ 
|^oo^3oo^Q68oooD8f 8Q8 ; what affects you 
that you laugh? ©Stt^ioD^^iSs^^icS^d)^; 
to pretend, oS»i3dOD8 ; to affect riches, 

Af fec-ta'tion, n. false pretense, mere show, 

OoSo5«l0O038, OO^28OOCX)lc8^0OOD800'IO5OO«S 


Af-fect'ed, a. not natural. See Affectation. 

Af-fec'tion, n. love, fondness, oo^db^,(x>^d^ 
ooSo§,ooSco8€8jS,ooSoo^o^co8; to have affec- 
tion, for, db^c8i,dbp(eicgcSi,aD8ifi^c8i. 

Af-fec'tion-ate, a. attached, loving, 0010008^ 

Af-fi'anje, n, the marriage promise, ooSdb^c8, 

ooSo5odSo|^; trust, ooSj^SooS^S. , v.t. 

to make a marriage contract, betroth, 
d^c8 ; to give a marriage pledge, oSooS 

Af-fi'an-jer, n. a deputy in love matters, cr. c6S. 
Af'fi-di'Vit, w. a deposition, ooSc^8ooiyioi^8^ 

Af-fil'-i-ute, V. t. to associate, c^ScSSj^cSS; to 
adopt, as a son, oSc8^coi8ooc8^. 

Af-f il'i-a'tion, n. adoption. See Affiliate. 

Af-fin'i-ty, n. agreement, conformity, oo^od^ 
c6Sooo38,ooSc5ioc65oox8; relationship by 
marriage, 8o288o5Sc6So^o38cx>ia>SooooS^ 

Af-firm', V. t. to assert, declare, o6,o5\,48; to 
confirm, declare, as under oath, oSoi^oS 

Af fir-ma'tion, n. a declaration. See Affibm* 

i,eJ,6;u,y,long; a,6,i,6,u,y, short; 'c&re, far, last, f§ll, what; th^re, veil, tSrm; pique; d6B^, f6r, 

Digitized by 


AFF 17 

Afflrm'a-tive, n. (oooiS«oo5) an affirmation^ 
ooS9oi^c5icSc6i,ooSoSooSo5,oS. , a. main- 
taining, affirming, ooiooq^g^^ooSooijBcSi; 
as, an affirmative vote, ooWi jScSiooooSo^^. 

Af-fix', V. t. to attach, subjoin, «i^oj«, o:g«23oS, 
i^s^ajsboDi oo^odSs^y qic6g8|S, c88g8c6j5g8i. 

Affix, n. a suffixi oDSoSjS^oggbooi aDSa»8i^,ooS 


Af-fla'tion, n. a breathing on, odSodIodio^SoocSi. 

Af-fla'tu8, n. oDSoolooc8,oDSa|oDc8. 

Af-flict', V, t. to distress, pain, hurt, «i§j5qiodS, 

Af-flic'tion, n. calamity, sorrow, odS^sodS^^, 

OD11,OdSc0^8^0D^CD^C«)8,OdSo£^ 0^803^0080^8. 

Afflu-en9e, n. abundance, wealth, oDSog8ooS 

c8l, ODSG8^OJ8G8^1,a)S^c8S8^8^0rf|. 

Afflu-ent, a. wealthy, prosperous, og8c8ib, 

Afflux, n. a flowing to, oD^cgi bajoocSSoo^i 
i£L ; as, an afflux of blood to the head, 

Af-ford', V. t. to produce, give, oDJSooS; as, 
grapes afford wine, ©680D^ogpc8i©o8o6 ; 
the sea affords abundance of fish, S^c^p 
OD^g^oDiyiooloolS^SS; to afford help, «i 
©i\ ; to afford to give, oo^c» ; to afford 
opportunity, c^^ooaoioioooDcSSoop; to 
afford relief to pain, wicBgS, «i©Sc8ib. 

Af-fran'chise, v. t. to make free, enfranchise, 

Af-fran'chise-ment, n. o3Sq8c8^oDOQ|,ooSQiogS 
^cDia^Sooc8^. See AFPRANcrasE. 

Af-fra/, n. a quarrel, a fight, ooSc9pc65a88ooi 

^8^8, OoScSq^cSolcSSoOODS, OoS c8S c85 00OD8, 

ooS(^8c8SoooD8, aDSo3ic6j5aDic8i. 

Af-fright, V. t. to frighten, «i<gi,Qi<JjiQi<g8. , 

n. terror, oDSoDp^ioo^^8,oDSogj5^ioo8^8. 

Af-fronf , V. t. to offend, oDcBi8^c8^yioD8,oDc8i 
aolyiOD8, «i8^c8^yioD8 ; to insult, abuse, 
ooc6ibSa58yioi, QioD^ooolyioi, S8o88cBS©i 
yioi. , n. See Appeont, v. t. 

Af-fuge', V. t. ogc8ioSc8i,^ooio6. 


Af-fi/sion, n. oDSc^c8i,ooSoSt8i,oDS^oDio6. 

Afghan, n. Geog. Afghanistan o^ooScB^ 8; 
a kind of carriage blanket, od8odoo8ooc9^' 

A-fire', adv. on fire, ©j5o|Co^ooS. 

A-float', arfv. floating," G8{)dB^8,cS^8|5dB^,(fi^: 
c8iog; unfixed, oooiSooogioo^. 

A-foot', arft^. on foot, (i)iC)(Di8^; being plan- 
ned ; as, a design is on foot, odSooi^cB^ 
c8^c8^, o^SoDi^c8^©8c8^o5. 

A-fore', adv. in front of, ooioo^Sgl ; as, go 
afore, cbicoioo^Sgl ; used to form com- 
pounds; as, aforehand, oS,o5©ii; afore- 
said, aforenamed, coiol)©803SoooSodioo88jS, 
ooiodSsoSooSoS ; aforetime, ooooiooo3c8S 
oDioo(^iog5ooSb, oDi<g"iioDioD©ii, coiwcBS. 
, prep, before. See Bepore. 

A-fraid', a. fearful, timorous, G8fS8 0£^<gi 
038^8; anxious, odjScS^cd^^, (]8^88od^03J5 

A-fresh', adv. anew, oodS ; again, odSs. 

Af ric-an, n. a native of Africa, yiooSgoDiS. 

A-front', adv. in front, odiqIjgS^coioo^Sq); 
to be afront of each other, gSjSodidSicBi 

Aft, adv. or a. after, behind, odiI), ooq ; as, to 
be aft, q8^oois> ; to go aft^ obiajj(ooc8)Q ; 
fore and aft, ooio68^oiSooioo2). 

Aft'er, adv. a. or prep, behind^ ooil>; as, to 
come after, obcois); later, ooiij^^oocSSo, 
ooiScoicoS ; to follow after, cjiSSool) ; 
aft^r all, ooisododiS. 

Aft'er-a-ges, n. ooSiooeoSoaigl. 

Aft'er-birth, n. o5^c8S, 8od^ooo5j5c8S. 

Aft'er-life, n. later in life, oDiQopio38io[)c8i ; 
the life to come, icB5o:>«)^. 

Aft'er-noon', w. ^S«)oSc5i,^Sojj5«oSc6iy^S8j5or)^8; 
the middle of the afternoon, ^S^ScSi 
088 ; past the middle of the afternoon, 

Aft'er-pains, ooSogfccJl, ooSdB8(fe8COiooa)^ 
{X)8S88S ^S(]S^(^oo8Siooci6^9. 

Aft'er-state, w. after-life, oois>ooex)p,icB5ootop. 

dO|W9lf;furl,rade,p9sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h aB8h)ga6J;gasinget; g a8z;xaBgz;na8inlinger. 

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Aft'er-ward, Aft'er- wards, adv. subsequently, 
coi|^ooc8Ss>,oDi5ooi,opi§ioo^, See qs. 3$ j9. 

A-gain'(a-gen'), adv. once more, odSs^qiodSsoo^; 
as, be went again, c^ioDSsb ; again and 
again, often, ooc^oo^ooc^,ooc8Sc8Sodc8Sc8S. 

A-gainst', J^^i^.'to speak against, odcBicSq); 
to hit against, oo^Soo^oos; to lean 
against, o3^ic8icx)i,oiSoo5oocx)800i; to be 
•oppodte, facing, oS^oDcSicSSb ; in prep- 
aration for, opicx)!. See jSioi. G« 00. 

A-gape', adv. gaping, oS^cSoo^S; as with won- 
der, Q8j5oaQicx)QJ5. 

Ag'ate, n. coiSoiooooo^Sj^ajooioo^eo, 

Age, w. the measure of life, oDgoooDiooSg, oo« 

" oDi,oo8i,oocx>8oo8i ; maturity ; as, to be of 

age, 8^op58^^i,ySc8^b ; old age, oooD8yS, 

' oooj^opoooDjyS ; as, in time of old age, 

optoog^ojooDsyS ; a particular period of 

^ time, 0081,008100^^ ; of the same age, 

contemporary, oo8ioo8x«8; of equal age, 


-A'ged, a. having a certain age, as, aged 20 

years, o38(]8^oo^|S jo, oD8^idB^oof^ jo; 

old, ooioooD8(^Soo^o5, cx)8c^Sc»«ib8ooSo5,ooo£p 

. A^gen-5y, n. means or power of acting upon, 

instrumentality, ooooSc^i, ooooSc^ioii; as, 
through the divine agency, coicgiQiooS 

ooeS, ooic^ioiGiioo^oocS. 
-.A/gent, n. an actor, a doer, yiooiooQiooS, 

yicx)iooj^8QiooS; a deputy, a factor, 

yiooi ooQiooSooi yio^oio^oocSS, yioooi^©8, 

Ag-gl6m'er-ate, v. f. QicgilSoDooi^fCdiojcji, «i<^ 

c8j5ooSajoocBSc8^. ,v.i. See Agglom- 

EBATE, V. t. 

Ag-glu'ti-nant, a. adhesive, ooi ooej8^ojj8ooS. 

-, n. ooSfeo28. See Agglutinate. 

Ag-glu'ti-nate, v. t. «ifeoj80oiooSoofeoj8oo6i6i. 

Ag'gran-dize, v. t. to augment, increase, «io;n 
c8^,«i8pc8f ; to exalt, «xoDico8i,qiod^Sod 
(§idB^b,oS8^o5dB. ,v.i. ts^S^^S^. 

Ag-gran'dize-ment, n. See Aggbandize. 



Ag'gra-vate, t\ t. to make worse, qi^scI^, qi 
eoicSjS, «xc8c6p, ttiaj^cB^, wiS^dBp ooSooi 
oocBooiiSi ; to irritate, tease, QiSooao809 

Ag'gra-va'tion, n. See Aggravate. 

Ag'gra-vr/ting,jt?. a. irritating. See Aggravate. 

Ag'gre-gate, v. t. to collect in a mass, ooi§pj 
o5§^, q8G8^§p, oS§p, oStx^S, titS^^S, oS 
fxfS , n. a>So5§^,oDSoS§^bco>5. 

Ag'gre-ga'tion, n. See Aggregate, n. 

Ag-gress', v. t. to assault first, ojooSoo^cSS, 
efoo^cx>8c8|S,Soe80o^oooS8, e>8c6^88oo^oooitfi 

OOlOOOD(^c6^00^00^c8S . 

Ag-gress'ing, p. a. See Aggressive. 
Ag-gres'sion, n. ooScoiooq8<fec8^ooSoopc8S. 
Ag-gres'sive, a. making the first attack, oo^^s 

§800^ wi(^g8^ dBco^ oo^cSSoBsfloi . 
Ag-gres'sor, n. an assaulter, an invader, 01 

Ag-griev'an9e, n. ooScx)iocx)8cSSc8^ooioo«8. 
Ag-grieve', v. t. to afflict, grieve, wicBSyiai 


Ag-group', V. t. to group, j^8G8p5^oo^oo^,<^t 
A-ghast', a. or adv. amazed, (]8^a>c*ioD«p,a38oo 

Oplc8l,G8^^1G8^<2^f8f8O0QbS, 00S{^CX>Q&c6^. 

Ag'ile, n. active, nimble, §, 3? <^- 

A-gil'i-ty, n. activity. See Agile. 

Ag'i-tate, V. t. to shake, disturb, ttiajsuibi,^! 
08^8d^8Sooo5ittiS^c6^ooo88, cS^bi; to dis- 
cuss a subject, oDogSo588ooS,oSc85c§c8SooS; 
to disturb the mind, Qioo^8^0D^«8yioD8,Qi 


Ag'i-tr/tion, n. disturbance, emotion, o^^o^t 
ooSM,ooSo£^8Scx)808, (x>Sooic8pooic8i. See 

Ag'i-ta'tor, n. oiooiooc«)ioj8QibiooS, yicoiooq^t 
g8^c8^ooSoic85c§c8S, co^o^^^(B^S^mSco^ 
c8^ooic8ioooi. See Agitate. 

A'gb'jOdv. long ago, «ib8«ib8ooS,o55oo^,cod8irBc6; 
some time ago, ooic*rBS,8rB5; I came 
a little while ago, odc6oji8cB58i. 

A-gog', a. or adv. excited, ooioooD8>>ib. 

a,e,if6,B,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,yj short; cfire, far, last, f§ll, what; there, vgil, term; pique; done, T6r, 

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A-go'ing, a. or adv. in motion, ot^cojSsooSoj^iooS 

M; as, set the mill agoing, q^jojsq^s^idB^fes. 

Ag'o-nize, v. i. to suflFer extreme anguish, oj^ 

, t;. t. q^io2^o^80D8o^8|8^8oo(^S,qsa:)) 

. yl^8Q8. 

Ag'o-ny, w. anguish, torture. See Agonize. 
A-gra'ri-an, a. oo^o0888ooS^io8S58i^i8i,^88io5p 
81^088088. ,w. yioo^ooa)803i ©581^181 


A-gree', v, i. to be of one mind, concur, g8^§8 

0003800(2)1 ^c8, OOOD8SoS8c8SoOOD8, OOl^cSlcS 

e8ic65 00008 coil c8; to be in concord, 
harmonize , g8^ojc8588c85, oooo8 c8i o c85 
©^5,oj88b, ooj5c8588c85oooo8 ; to agree to, 
assent to, ooj5oo^8,ooipc8ib; to suit, 00^ 
c65, oo^c65883 ; to resemble, c8io5,5a88. 

^-gree'a-ble, a. adapted, suitable, ^18,00^, 
ooPc8588o; pleasant, grateful, <j5, ^Soo8, 
00^008, oDiodb^S8, ^^^|5^5^S. 

A-gree'ment, n. conformity, assent, ooS6o88,ooS 
cSioS, ooSc8ioc85,ooSooi^c8i. See Agree. 

Ag'ri-ciilt'iire, n. husbandry, tillage, ooSogeS 
cSS^i, ooS«i^8«ioo^, ooS«i©5,ooS«i^8. 

A-ground', adv. on the ground, as a ship, cSjS 
cpScSS, cSpdSS, oopo. 

A'gue, n. a chill, chilliness, ooSg^8Soo^8 ; in- 
termittent fever, ooSgjSSSogi. 

A'gu-ish, a. ODrD,C*10085ooSoDg^8Scfi^OOo88. 

Ah, int. oo|Soo1,ooSooiooq^,oo^oo^,Od^oD). 
A-ha', int. oo^ool, ooJSoo, 068068^ 00^00^. 
A-head', adv. farther on, onward, oDigl,ojgl; 

as, go ahead, (^ioDigo),(i>iaj^1. 
A-ho/, int. oodB, oo5. 

19 ALA 

Aim, V. t. to point at, as with a gun, o^p, 
o<^^, ^i ^^ ; to purpose, oSooods; as, to 
aim at distinction, o5oooo8aDiooo3|Sooc5S 

8pooc8Sc6 , n. the act of aiming, 00 

ooSo^^, ooooSoo^^ ; the object aimed at, 

Aim'less, a. without an object, ooo^jSodSSoo 

Air, w. (c^ooiS) ooo5ioo|S©S ; a modulation of 
music, 00^0080^00800030^5; mien, appear- 
ance, ooooS(]8j5(gl,oooD(^too5; an aflfected 
manner, oo^oSoooo8§o5iS|^i; as, to put on 
airs, o58^oooo8, oSoioooos, oSoo8oood8, §86 

|,j5oooS8. , V. t. to expose to the air, 


Air'ing, n. a walk or drive, ooS(i)iooo2^oooo8. 
See Air, v. t. 

Air'i-ness, n. ooSg8^88oooo8ooi cocoi ; levity, 
lightness, ooS5,ooSoSoo^^,ooScx)o55ooo2. 

Air'y, a. exposed to the air, g8^880do5i, ooSoo 
o5i^j5«8; relating to air, oo^oo888ooo5i; 
consisting of air, cS^oboooSi ; resembling 
air, c8io5cx)o5i. 

Aisle (il), n. a passage in a church, ooogioS^ 

A-jar, adv. partially open, cS^oSoobs; as, the 
door is ajar, 600^ |^Pq8^o8od^(]88 08^03^8. 

Aj'u-tage, n. a water pipe, oooi^cS. 

Ake, n.&v. See Ache. 
I A-kim'bo, a. with a crook, qQSooS^^ijSo. 

A-kin', a. kindred, 8ojj88o3S, SodiSodcBs, odSod 
o^coioo|,ooiS (nature) S088088. 

Al'a-bas'ter, n. (oojooooS©ooiS) coiSolooioooi 

Aid', V. t. to help, assist, «i©ii,c8©iic«)i©ii,q8^ 1 A-lack', int. ooSoSiooq^Gi, colcoio, 00S00I0 




n. ooS«i©ii,ooSqioji. 

Aid'er, n. an assistant, a helper, yiQi©iiooSoooi. 

Ail, V. i. to be unwell, wiooc^, ooaS^aj^cSjS^. 

, V. t. to affect in any way, trouble, 

oo^ooSooSioi ; aS) what ails you? ^oo^Ǥi 

oooici)^. See o8i. jo8oq. ,w. sickness 

or trouble, ooSoo1,ooSqioo5ooS. 

Augment, n. sickness, odSs)^8ooS8o1,ooSooooS(^^. 

A-lac'ri-ty, n. sprightliness, briskness, odSod8 

5008^,OoSoSoS^,O0SoD05800Cg8, OoS^^J. 

Al-a-mode', adv. according to the fashion, 
5y 100001 c6^oooD8ooiooSf>j^ooSo88 00088. See 

A-larm', v. t ojjSooSocSS, cSsoDSoo^Qlyiooia)^ 
rBcoSioooioiog888oooDaD^c8i ; to frighten 
«i(gi«i<g8ooS,oo1^8. , n. ooSQi<gi«i<g8,oo5i 

do, wolf ; furl,r;ide, push; e.i,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z;x as gz; n as in linger. 

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A-larm'ist, n. one who excites alarm, <^iooi 

A-las', int. oo^odI, ooSoSiooqoi. 
Al-be'it, con. although, oS^5odod,oo^oo^S«. 
Al-bi'no, n. (oojooc^^i) SSoSojoD^SooiooSoloo 
con, (^10001001 ooSsSsooS^c^ola^bSsoo^S 8 


Al'bi-on, n. cfiScd^oc65oo6iooi<gii. 

Al'buni, n. o5SoDc8oooo^oDiooiyic^8c8iooSoDoi 

Al-bu'men, n. ooSodBioT ; the white of an egg, 

cB^5^ooo1,cB^S^oood8i. See od8. Gt c 
Al-bu'mi-nous, a. like albumen, ooS«ioood86ooS 

odSigIoooSi ; mixed with albumen, cS^St 

Al-bdr'-num, n. oo^ooodo:^'^®^? odjSooodSi. 
Al'che-my , Al'chy-my , w. ( o©jodo6i )^cf>\ 

od5*,ooSo2^coodi ooooq^8<^c8^oo8,©iS8iyS8i 

Al'co-hol, n. (ooJcooDcSj) highly rectified 

spirit, OD8COlOOOO(jS»^S§80DS|oo6a,00800^S. 

Al'co-hol'ic, a. containing alcohol, oo^oo888 

OOjOOiX)(flj,(]8^8800JCOODc8j . 

Al'cove, n. a recess, ooc8Soo^oo888oi8oo(j5ifooi 
c8Sooo8SoSoi, ooio55oo8So^oi, ^gS^i©8b 


Al'der-man, n. a city oflBcer below the mayor, 
Ale, n. a light kind of beer, ooS^g8^88oo« 

Ale'house, w. o5^ooiyioD) ale odi(»^i» 
A-lem'bic, n. ooSooc^c8cx)ioood^^8888oS8. 
A-lert', a. watchful, vigilant, G8^dB8d8,c8^ogS 

oc^,c8^8; brisk, nimble, qQ^oS^), ^jSb. 
A-lerf ness, n. agility, briskness, oo^oSooSgi, 

ooS^oDcBi ; watchfulness, ooS oS^ dB8 d8, 

A-lex'i-phar'mic, A-lex'i-phar'mic-al, a. Med. 

expelling poison, antidotal, ooiooqi^ii 

ooS^^, coiooQio^ojiooS^p. 
Al'ge-bra, n. (oojooo@i)o55ooSg8oooDC2Scoio 


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A'Ji-as, adv. Lat. ooooSooj588,QoooSoojSS^88,oo^ 

^888^1031 OOOIgS^So^S- 

Al'i-bi, n. Lat. ooSoS^oo^iop, ooSq^s^ooioocS^ 


Al'ien (al'yen), a. a foreigner, a)^?r)888oDo6o> 

cfiS,oD^ex)888o6oirBSoi. ,n. yicx)Sc8<f^8-. 

Al'ien-ate, v.t. to transfer, oo^oioo^ooSioiooiov 


to destroy affection, «io088iog5ooSdb^ 

A-light', V. i. to descend, as from a horse or 

carriage, cgic8i; to settle, as a bird, S^c8i^ 
A-like', adv. & a. to be similar^ So88, cSioSy 

oboSs, ^io88, c8ioc85. 
Al'i-ment, n. nutriment, ooScS^ooScS, ooobSoo^ 


c8^ooSicoi5oo«icx)ScoS|,^orB8coi aliment.. 
Al'i-mo-ny, n. ooS©c8S9^8pooi 85<j^ooi oooioS 


Al'i-quant, a. (oojoDog^) ©S^j56Scx)io^io8ooS8r 
oorBsoo^, ooo^^oS^b; ooSSoSi, o|io8 oo cDt 

^ 880ac^^Q8p O, 0^108 dG OOi 3 880pG^ 
c8^ O, 00^^38 ^ Q^OOjOOng^COpOD888 OO 8» 
3 oSoOjOOOg^OO^C0888 oG* 

Al'i-quot, a. (oojco(^8) «oS|^oSooio^io8ooS8r 
cB8b^^orB800i oojODc88; 5o5i 03 ^^oe^^x 

O8Cdl0D1 9 88000^^0008^ OD^ OD 008 88 ^ Q% 
03 0OOOJO0<^8. 

A-live', U. living, ^, oo8oo^, g8^oo^, ooscSfog; 
to be sprightly, 04^5008^, cS^aj^cS^^ ; 
alive to, sensitive to, a>^ooS,88ooS,8SooS^ 

Al'ka-li, n. (oojoococbx) oooo^o&ioccnoj5coioo% 

Arka-line, a. oo^2X>888 alkali, ooido(»io&oos§ al- 
kali 00088. 

All, adv. & a. the whole, ooiS, iooi5, bcoiSbso ; 
all kinds, r88oooi ; all things, ooob^oo^ ; 
not at all, oooSoo^ojiooopi ; all-knowingy 
ojSglooSooiS ; all-seeing, o6^ooSooiSng% 
ooicjip ; all-powerful, qiooSoj^ii coS cfit ; 
all-wise, oj^ooSod^qiooS^x ; all in aU,. 

a,e,if6,u,yilong; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far. last, fjU, what; thfere, veil, term; pique; done, f6r^ 

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Allah, ft. At. God, ogi. 

Al-liy', «• t. \o alleviate, mitigate, qi#^c8i,qi(£ 
^ ; to pacify, calm, {^soS^oi^oooi^, wicd 

Al'le-ga'tion, n. a affirmation. See Allege. 

Al-lege', V. t. to affirm, oDcfiiODySyS,ODc8ijS 
a>o8icSoo^,oo<:8ia^^ooo3i ; to adduce, cite, 
or quote, yiOD|S^ioiooQiooioo8^. 

AUe'gianye (-janse), M.fealty, loyalty ,800^^08^ 
wa30^^, ooWooiooc8io^o8^oodboyioae^. 

Al'le-go-r.ze, v. L to describe by resemblance, 
6c8to3^oooioot coScoQXo^ooi 009^006^1 oo]8 
oocbScSioSboD^ifei. See j^i. oji o-q. 

ATle-go-ry, n. (pojcoBv^x) a continued meta- 
phor, Q^oo^oocBiooio 8 c8i 00^ 00 6i oai ooS 
00010^. See <oooi« 9 : J9. 

Irie-liViah, n. a>S*idB^ogiicgx. See Hal- 


Al-le'vi-ate, v.t to lighten, relieve, ^^ijdB^, 
Qic8j59X^c8^,«ic6g^api ,yie^c8ioo^rSoo^^, 
Al-le'vi-a'tion, w, relief. See Allevlatb. 
Alley, n. a narrow passage or road, c^o&^cdi 

Al-li'an^e, n. a union of families by marriage, 
yxoo^^ooo|Sooiooo2io;ic8SoQcotooi qoSc8\^^S 
u)c5i|Soioo8p»c8 ; a confederation, 00^ 
oof ooiooSoSiooS ji ,oo^^c2cS^8«c85oooon 

Ani-ga'tor, n. a species of crocodile, odq^. 

Al-lit'er-a'tion, a, ooSoDc6ia)o6^c88tooc8|^oop 
oaSwdBp(fiiooio65iS<giPoo<jjijS«8,5qSi, apt 
alliteration's artful aid. 

AMop'a-thy, ♦?. (oojc8«ooSi), ordinary medical 
practice, ooo&^ooc^^ooojSo^ooSSoo^gSQib. 

Al-lot', V. <.|ioop,|io«, 09^^108, e|«c8ioo|5<>3S. 

Al-lotf ment, n. a share, oohoo^liot, oDSej«c8ioo^. 

Al-low', r. t to permit, oj^o©^, cjjb ; to admit, 
ooipcSi ; to authorize to do, {^sqi, g9^»i. 

AWow'a-ble, a. permissible, ooio@iic^^oo^; 
admissible, ooio9iooi|5c6xuooicoifi8i. 

AHow'an^e, ». NauL a limited portion of 
food and drink, ooSc8^ooH(S^ioSi^iji. 

Al-Ioy', n. (»jdBoii)oo^ooioo(fl«ij58«og8tc5o8ioo 


oioo»^c8i8«oo€|^a)iioo^. , v. t. dSo^ 

00^9x8100^ oo9iSo8toooo<bG8^oo^ooa^, 00^00 
9x, 00^0900^. See Adultebatb. 

Air8pi9e, n. 8S6Soo^ooo9c^S. 

AMude^ v.i. to refer to, oocdxoo^eos, oocSxoo^^ 

A14ure^ v.t. to entice, tempts c^^^, c^^^, cqi^. 

AMure'ment, n. enticement. See Allubb. 

Al-lu'sion, n. a reference. See Alludb. 

AUu'vi-al, a. c§c8p. See Aj*luvium. 

Al-liVvi-iim, n. cgc8^,So*«ooSopo8«,t8^8f9ii9^ 



Al-iy, V. t. to unite by marriage, 8p288o5^c06 
ooo3tooioo^c8x|^J)od«S; to, unite in conf^ 
deracy, a{|Sc8x€8SoQooscoi.(»ooSo8^8d88t 

aoc8su<#xsiic85odootSoiiS^x. -, n. yi 


Al'ma-nac, i2.((dco<i^)acalendar,c5Sf^o6So9). 

Al-m^ht^y, a. omnipotent, oo^ip8odoo8iS^o^ 
ojooSooiS. , w. God, oos^cgt. 

Al-mVrah, (oojoob€|x) ooocHooiiDi^ooooo^S. 

Al'mond (a'mund), n. j|i€ot,.op^oo^coooc^; 
Anat one of the tonsils^ d^ooS||. 

Al'mon-er, n. one who distributes alms id 
behalf of another, yxoDi9o|xo8oo^wxD;{|SoOY 
yxoxooS^ ,yxu2|Sootco£8xOT^i yxoxooS^ 

Al'most, adv. nearly, i]0^to^|02i8t; as, almost a 
day, oD^xoo^ w^; almost gone, 0288tcr>ooiS. 

Alms (amz), n. pi. charity, od^o^^ootoo^xGDl^ 
§^80068908^; as, to give alms, 09^091 
oo^ioo^,QXoo^ootoo£|Bx. See <^xoo^. ojti. 

Almg'house, n. a poorhouse, oS^ooiooooo^^cS^ 

Al'oes, c^^oDolcp. See. tiOcSx. c^t oq. 

A-loft', adv. in the air, on high, coioo^os9,oOi 

A-l^ne^ a. ^^i^.solitiry, single, cB^oooicS,^^ 
oooiSi ; let alone, oocS^o^b. 

A-long', i>rep. by the length, of, ooioocfi; as, to 
keep along the road, oj^x85cij| ; to keep a- 
long shore, o6xoo|^xo6^x,G6iooioooD^i;to 

^S»W9lf;furl,r)ide,pv8h;e.t>. silent; 9 as s; (h aa8h^gasj;gasinget;saBz;^2a8gz;ga8inliDgc 

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go along 9ide» cbiooioQCOiii c^ooidood^i* 

, adv. together, o^S, a> rB« ; as, to 

go along tvith, c6iecj58«,c6ioDfB«8t. 

A-loof , adv. away from, apart; as, to keep 
aloof |- cB^038iog8ooods,cB|So28ogSoooDi. 

A-loud', adv. loudly; as, to call aloud^ cBs8^8^. 

Al'pha-bet, n. ^8Sy^oo^5<jji^, g^— a ^^oi^o 
cSScBsbooi alphabet. 

ll'pha-bet'ic-al, k. SciSSSyW^Scgipo^ScBSoo 

.^hread'y, adv. prior to some specified tinw; 
as, already done, iioo^o5, Sio5 ; already 
come, o6oo^o&* See gt. oq^s ^j* 

fVBOyadv. toOyfSffSSzjCyi |^oo88p,a>i ^oo^^. 
I'tar, n. ooSc^docBS. 
j£l'ter, V. t. to change, ^ncBc^XyCbo^XjCbdSScoht. 
4l'ter-a'tion, n. a change. S^e Altbb. 
iAl'ter-a-tive^ «• tod^pcbSSod^^odb. 
Al'ter-ca'tion, n. controversy, ooS9Sc8Sc§c8S. 
Ai'ter-nrite, t^. I. io do by turns, oiod^Sod^S, 

<iic6c8S,«iooofl. , n. a substitute, oo 

AFter-na'tion, H. See Altebkate, t;. t. 
Al-tfr'na-tive, n. tf^^o^ooio^ioo^d&iod^i. 
Al-though', covj.* ^oc)op,oo^^1,oo{S80p,oo^co^8t. 
«Al^-tnde, n. height, elevation, c8, oooS^cS, co 

SidB^; the eummit, 0088^,008^8,008^8^. 
-41'*o-geth'er, adv. conjointly, together, oo^i 

«8; wholly^ entirely, iooiSiog; without 
^* • exception^ tomooSco^. See it. 9e« a. 
-^I'otii} w- ooiSoo^. 
A-lu'mi-nous, n. c^pSicoi^ao^. 
Alfve-o-lar, a. <noco>B§a>^oioooSioo^ibi, Suit 

oo^oSsdS^Skoo^iSoo^oo^v; alveolar 

processes^, ^cB^ioo^«ot8soo^8^9^ooS 

Al'vine, ^. intestinal, a>^tt>88scoioi^i. 
41'^ ay, Al'ways, aSv. Continually, d8c8,oooc^ 
; i£,ooc8o2^; at all times, cBtood^bt. 
Am, V. i. to be, cB^,QS,(aMoi^ai^,ff8fiooi^,) as, 
"^ I am here, ocidSp^o&i ; I am a Karen, 

000^ y 109^8. 
A-maiii^ adv. violently, forcibly, dg^oj^i^, cx>i5 

23 AMB 

o^ODiSocH; at once, ooc6S5n,oodg)c8, 
A^-mal'gam, n. oo^ocOo^SSocnSsod^ooc^ioooi. 
A^maFga-mate, v. t. to compound, 08 iji^S, cc)l 

o2Soo)8soo^ oi ; to blend together, dSo^S, 

A-mal'ga-ma'tion, n. ooScS^colu^BcfiSoooog. 
A-man'u-en'sis, w. yic^i^odSoDoi,yic^ooSa)iyi 

Am'a-ranth, n. 8ooiooc8i^tci6\obodo^oo^. 
A-m&ss', V. t. to collect, oS^p ; to accumulate, 

Am'a-teur, n. yiooiow&^SioDS^^cBlJoD^cS^oTOi 

Am'a-tive-ness, n. propensity to love, oootcoioo 

Am'a-to-ry, a. relating to love, OD^cot8iOD^c^S; 

causing love, coioo^»<fec8^Si^^. 
Am'au-ro'sis, n. Med. ^5o58j5,^5yi8oD«8i, c8«a 

ooifiS (optic nerve ) OD^ooSo3«8i. 
A*maze', t^. t. to astonish, QiODQiooo^yi. 
A-maz6d', p.p. astonished, co<»iooq^,c8^ 

<noo(»^,^coopi ci6t^,<fi^OD^o9c^,^ioo^. 
A-mfize'meLt, n. See Abiased. 
Am'a^zon, n.3S({^qt028oo^,8tcoo^t8^ooo^oDi(^ 

Am-bas'sa-dor, n. an embassador, 8^d?|S,09C2t, 


Am'ber, n.(oo^oDiS)caiSaJo8,ocnWbo6iopioQS 

cB^(filO3^88tOo8£l0Dl 00088^ ODo5lOO 02181 

oi^dBjSa^^^^S'^^'^^^^S'^ &SC01 oocbi 
@\#ci5iGy^ioo^i. , a. See A mbeb, n. 

Am'ber-gris (-grees), n. 03o5j5^i^ooo3cj5oDiyi 
oo^rB$coig^c§i. See Ambeb. 

Am'bi-ent, a. surrounding, ooSo«69^t,ooSG8p 


Am'bi-gu'i-ty, n. uncertainty of meaning, oA 

Am^big'ti-ous, a. uncertain, equivocal, ooSoot 

Am-bi'tion, n. See Ambitious. 

Am-bi'tions (-shf.s), a. coioo80i|^oo^ooico8i, 

i»e>if6,u,y, long; a,e4|0,ii,y» short; oAre, far, list, f§ll, wh^t; thSre,vsil,tSriD; pique; done, fAr, 

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Amnble, r. i. to pace, oDs^tSi. 
Am-bro'sia, n. the food of the gods, ooScS^ooScfi 
ooo^ooooicDi yioj^oott^oolooQ^ooSooo^dBcx) 

oo<^Soo^, ODoS^yioooDisS 0081810000^ ejo^. 

Am'bu-lanye, w. an ambulance cart, 05^86 yi 

Am'bu-la tion, n. a walk about, oo^o^sodiS^; 
walking from place to place, ooSoo«9i 

Am'bu-la-to-ry,a. walking, ooi 0000 891 8it>D,oDi 
oooo8ox8i^jS; as, an ambulatory animal, 
oop8t8^8Goioooo8coioo8^oo; an ambulato- 
ry person^ yiooioo^aSco«oi8io^. 

Am'bus-cade', Am'bush, v. t. to lie in wait, 88| 
o^^. ^, n. the place of lying in wait, 

A-mcl'io-rate, v. t. to make better, meliorate, 

QlcS^^Qobt, Ql^c6^00^l, Q19ic8^00^8, Q\ 
c6^c8f>00fe8,«l<fSc8^00fe8, «l^c8|5oDfe8. , 

v.i, to grow better, oic8^,^SdB^,^c8^. 

A-mel'io-ra'tion, n. See Ameliorate. 

A-men', (oaiw^) ^oo«xoooo8S^^oooj^. 

A-me'na-ble, a. answerable, cdoo^odSod6od88, 
c8^ooiooSi^^^*oo8xS; as, you are amen- 
able to God, ^oooof ooH^^^coicgioo^^i. 

A-mend', v.i. to grow better, reform, oicS^oji 
b,copc8iopib.-^— , V. t. to correct, make 
better, oioic8^,Qic8ic8^,^opi,c88c6ioji, 

A-mend'ment, n. correction, reformation, ooS 
01 c8^oji,ooS Qic8iopi,x)oS ^opi. 

A-mends', n. recompense, ooSo9^ojig&©),ooSc88 
opi ; as, to make amends oof ojioo«P,o9|5 
ooSooioo^iooofooSo^ 08,05^00 jSopiooS. 

A-men'i-ty, n. agreeableness, suavity, ooSoo^S, 

OoScof OCX)8,00f eO8880D8oS0l, OOOgS 00 OoS ^S 

oi,Goc8S«jSSaSiS §io^oi,ooof5j]^«5i. 
A-mer^e', v. f. 6f ^fooioocof cSgodboSiobgt. 
A-m5r§e'ment, n. a pecuniary penalty, a fine, 


A-mer'i-can-ism, n ^ "^ 


ingto America, coioooDSocgSscBSoott^ooi. 
A-mer'i-can-ize, v.t. q8cfedBj55yioo«S6jo3i8ooo8t. 
Am'e-thyst, n. n. ooS^SoocSiS. 
A'mi-a-bl'i-ty, A'mi-a-ble-ness. n. loveliness. 

See Amiable. 
A'mi-a-ble, a. lovely, pleasing, GSJS^iSgooSoif 


Am'i-ca-ble, a. friendly, peaceable, oSjSoof c65 

883.cSf ttj(fi^S8,t«f 8o8f 8d8,(^f c85c^c85, 8 

A-mid', A-midst', prep, in the midst, coiooooi 

ooS^i,ooioooi|Soo8: among, 000^1,001000^1. 
A-miss', adv. improperly, oo@i8aof>,oDQSb; as, 

to ask amiss, ocodq^. See «i. 9: q. 
Am'i-ty,w. friendship, peace, ooS6j^c85,aoS<jSc8S 

ojcSS.OD^cfc^cBScg :8S,aDS(j5ce^88?. 
Am-mo'ni-a, ». (0^8^051) ©b8x^,* oojoocb 

(alkali) ooooajScoiooooocS^ogS^. 
Am-mo'ni-ac, a. oD^«a88«oa8|05i,(S^88oo8^35i. 
Am'mu-ni'tion, n, o^oooo^, ^Soooo^, Sob8ooSoo 

Am'nes-ty, n. a general pardon, ooS<gSog5ooS 

A-mong', A-mongat', prep, ooogl.ooio^og). 
Am'o-rous, a. (Bp9zco^^p,^^S(k>^^^(^^^. 
A-m6r'phoiis, a. ooooSooSicSiao^oodSjS. 
A-mount', n. the sura, the total, o5§l|SooS^ 

Am-phib'i-ous, a. able to live in air and water, 

coioicSpcoioooglSSoo g8^coi83^c^. 
Am'phi-the'a-ter, Am'phi-th /a-tre, n.(a^Si3(J> 

00001S) ooS8^^ooc8^oo8i, yi8yi8gibooi oi 

Am'ple, a. spacious, extensive, <i>V, large, 8S, 

o88|!>; abundant, plenteous, oa^,aa1oo18S8S. 
Am'pli-fi-c /tion,w.enlargement.8ee Amplify. 
Am'pli-fy, v. t. to enlarge, qi8^|Sooc8^,«io»1^^ 

c»c8S. , V. i. See Amplify, v. t 

Am'pli-tude, n. largeness, ooSooS^oocbS. 
Am'pu-tlte, t?. t. S^c^ScgSoDSSSyV^ooogS. 
ooSoDcfiioDiy\oo«S6jnoi8i^« ! Am'pu-ta'tion, w, ooS8,Sc^Sog5ocH8S(y^^o»5Ji@S. 

i Am'u-let, n. a kind of charm, a talisman, 
A-mer'i-can, n. yioooSc^ooiS. , a. pertain- oo5^,oo5ooi^cx>S^*,ooSqj^ocSx)^ooodco5. 

do, wolf; furl,r iide, p^sh; ej.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as ah; g as j; g as in get; 3 as z;x asgz; n as in Unger. 

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A-muse',t; t. to occupy pleasantly, divert, qi<j5 

A-mfise'ment, n. sport, ooS^SooiooS.See Amuse. 

An, art. used fora.before a vowel. See A. 

Aii'a-b;1p'tist, n. yicx)ioo^5booioo^^yicoio6oSoi, 

An-^*ch'ro-nism. a. ooSggoo«^|jScoloo80ioDc8S. 

An'a-griiTTi, t?. ooSc6c85o&6^5<jji^oDi ooSoDc8ioo©i 
8«^SooSoDc8Soo^^i9p,5(»i, Galenas ooc8, o 
c6c6So55^5tjij588c^c6^bcoi Angelus c». 

A-nal'o-gy, n. (oo^joo&»i)cx>SoooSoooQioo8ooo65 

c8lo5c65 J50D8, oo^^SoSg, OO^c8l^5c85{»OD$. 

An'a-lug'ic-al, a. See Analogy, 
A-nal'y-8i8, n. (oo^jooSS), decomposition, ooS 
001 OT cS^c^ j5n)^o^SboDo^^^^5o88(P ooS c8i «8 

c6505CO800(j|p b CD1 O^1O8q8i00Oi8800O1. 

An'a-lyze, v. t. to resolve into its elements, cj^ 

oo8ooo6SSoS888 analysis. 
An'arch-y, n. ooSooic8^ooic6i,Soi8ooSa5o88c8j5 

OO(]8^0O^j00lOaOoS^^^c8Sf ^P @S OD 008 88 

c68cfi5i8oD(fl^oj^(fif 88^.poo^,oo8f oDoSp, S^ 

A-nath'e-ma, n. a ban or curse, ooSdBpo^i. 
A-nath'e-ma-tize, v. t. to pronounce a curse, 

A-nat'o-my, n. (oo^8oo6a)ooSojpooSco8ooi05^|S<g) 


c^i88oic:&booi oo^o28obStdioQyi. 
An'§es-tor, n. a forefather, c^iooioc8imc8i^^ 

ooic8io3oi; pi. o8SuSo5' <2^^,o§aoySc^p. 
An-9es'tral, a. oo^c8i«iioo^co8888SoSo^. 
An'jes-try, n. a series of ancestors, yiooiocSi 

©nc8 1 a^^coic8iooo^,o8SooSooo^c^jS. 
Ajich'or, w. ^^oDojv , t;. <• to fasten with 

an anchor as a ship, cast anchor, oo^cSi 

Anch'or-age.^w, ooc8S^oooSc8i^fooojioj. 

Anch'o-ret,'o-rite', n. a recluse, a her- 
mit, C^lC0100C08G8^c8l^^c8ie888</lO\§o880d 

An'cient, a. old, olden, c8^o5i,ooi^i; antique, 
Ind, coffj. 88. 

24 AITI 

An'ec-dote, n. a short story, oo^o^todf ^ooc^^. 

A-nent, prep, about, concerning, 001009^ ; op- 
posite, 001008$. 

A-new', adv.Bgain, oo88 ;in a new form, oodB; 
as, to make anew, (»id8oDi,Q 10808^0^1. 

An'gel, n. a heavenly messenger, ^S^odcjs; an 
evil spirit, ooc£8. See c8j5<jj1. g: oa. 

An-gel'ic, a. oo^co888^8^oDC28,c8io5^8pooc£8. 

An'ger, n. oo'io388p,ooSoD«c8^,ocS<x)f^8. 

An'gle, n. 00^1^; a right angle, o©8So5i, f"; an 
acute angle, oo85(Pi,^; an obtuse an- 

gle,0585(»i,..s,^^^; fishing tackle, 00^. , 

V. t. oo^gp,«n^^g^ooioo^; to gain by ar- 
tifice, cS%^. 

An^gler, n. one who fishes with an angle, yi 

An'gli-9ism, n. co^ooc8xoooc|Sooc:8 ob ooi yx 06^ o 

An'gry , a.provoked, a>8c8^,oD88^c8^,oc>«^8dBp. 
Ani'guish, n. extreme pain, ooS«))^8^8; grief, 

ftgOl^y^ m^Oj^O^t 038 0^8 f 8 f 8, 00^ 0^ cB^OOS 



An'gu-lar, a. (]S^88oofi^,o3^tD888oofi^. 

Ai/i-mad-vcr'sion, n. See Ai^ihadvebt. 

An'i-mad-verf ,t;.t. (with upon), oocfiioo^SajS, 
oocBioo^o^SojSjOocSiooSooioo^S; to cen- 
sure, ooc8xo8^f!S^coioo(»ioo^oo£ioioot8. 

An'i-mal, w.(oo^^«j) oocb^oo^a^oioo^oD^ooioooo 

^9^000380^b|^,Or88(8lOOlOo|Sf QJ 001 00^ CD 

cBi^jSf c^j,o^^ oo^8cS^ 8o(fi8coioo^f Qjc8\ 
coSoofTjfi. — — ,a. oo^oD888oo^fQ»j; as, ani- 
mal food, 00^8cS^8DOgO^. 

An'i-mal'cule, n. ooS8coSooio5o58030DiSopiop^ 
ooo^cSiooiobSooo^^iSooDoo^ooo^ og^ A\ 

An'i-mate, a. having life, ^|588odoo8oo^,(p^. 

An'i-mate, v. make alive, q^8^,i^i^,«if c8^ ; 
to encourage, cB^bio90D»,ooQo^()8^oo9,iit 
89|5g8^(pod8; to enliven, Qi^G8^o&oo8,QifS 


An'i-ma't d, a.and p. lively. See Animate, o. 
An'i-ma'tion, a. life, vigor. See Akimate. 

a,e,if6,u,y,long; a,e,T,6,ii,y, short; cfire, far. laet,f§ll, what; thdre, vgil, term; pique; ddne, f6r» 

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An'i-mos'i-ty, n. active enmity, hatred, ooSodj 
oj,ooSogS^S8^ogSi5oD5,ooSoo8oc)) . 

An'i-muB, w. intention, spirit, o38,od80o<xjSooodS. 

An'ise, n. (oo^f 5) ©^«eo),*cx>oS^oooD02S. 

An'kle, «. b^j. 

An'klet, n. S^c^x. 

An'na, n. ooc^. 

An'nals,t?. history, cSScoion^sooHpSiobSiSsf^ 

Aa-neal', V, t. to temper glass &c. by heat, «i©S 
c8iooSoDio5e|^i,o^SoD(^5,a^Sc8i©SoDi O^ Ql| 

An-nex', v. t. to add, join, ©ioj^t>^5,c8ic85cij5, 
q«feoj8ttjS; as, Burmah is annexed to the 
British Empire, cfiS6i(J8ico^ooS(^Aojj8025 
(fii88c8S@8oo^. ,v. i. See Annex, v. t. 

An'nex-a'tion, n. See Annex. 

An-ni'hi-late,v.<. «io088a,oo^cxn«So§5850oc5i. 

An-niTii-la'tion,w. destruction, ooSoo88i,ooSocn 
«SoDi5ng58^030ji,ooSoSioid8icB8oai ^gof. 

An'ni-ver'sa'ry, n. annual return, ^^«58opioo 
CO! ,f ^ooinjiooc6SoDiooSc*ioooD8oo6i©i. 

An'no-D6m'i-ni, Lat. A.D. o^Soo^^, o. f. 

An'no-Mun'di, Lat. A. M. c8^8^oo^^. od. f. 

An'no-ta'ted, a. (^<jjlc8^o©9Sooo2i ; as, the an- 
notated Bible, o65gs^(28^S80D^(^(ji)1dB^ od 

An'no-ta'tion, n. a brief commentary, ooS(^8 

An'no-ta'tor, w. a commentator, <^iooiooc^8<]jl 

An-nounge', v. t. to notify, co c8i cB, c88 ooS ojS 

gol; to publish, proclaim, q^80jc8poDlc8i. 
An-noun9e'ment, n. See Announce. 
Kn-nof ^v.Lto trouble, vex, qioo5ooS,«icBSod8. 
An-no/anije, «. ooSQio5SooS,ooSQicB'ic»«. 
An'nu-al, w. and a. ooS«ioooo8oo^^o3c^oo|Sood^ 


An-nu'i-ty, w, a yearly allowance, oD^88&^0DSe 

An-nul', V. t. to abolish as laws, repeal, qtch 

c8^oDc8oDc6; to destroy, oioo88iog5, ax 



An'nu-lar, a. like a band or ring, ooSic^i. 
An-nun'ci-ate (-shi-ate), v. t. See Announce. 
An-nun'-ci-i'tion, w. a proclamation, ooS«iaj 

An'o-dyne, n. an opiate, cooa^oDiooQirBgSooS 

COlo©^aj8, OoSoDOO O O §8 OdS 5 ^^^ 00 e^ 05 o88, 

, a. ooiooQicBgSooScoloooooijSoDogS. 

A-noint', v. t. jjooioSSsodioo^ c8i o5 c8, cxj^ ; to 
pour oil upon, oSc8io8odiooc8i; to smear 
or daub, bc8i. See c8i. G: o<i. 

A-noint'ed, n. one anointed, <^i88j^oooo8ooi o8 ; 
Messiah |^ooSo^oSyi88 2ooo38QoioS. 

A-nom'a-lous, a. irregular, 008605^00^00800(^5 

A-nom'a-ly, n. irregularity, ooSoo85aDJ5ooSoo8 

A-non', adv. immediately, ooo55oo8S. 

A-non'y-moiis, a. oooioocS^odIS; as, an anony- 
mous letter,o55cx)i <^ic^8S8oo€68c8ioo^oo6i . 

An-6th'er, a. different, ooox,oooi9^ ; another 
thing, ooSooQio^; one another, oooiSsoo 
oi,c85 00 008 00 r88 ; as, to talk with one 
another, aDc8ic85oooo8, ooc6ac853aoo800cB8 
oorB8;love one another ,c&j5c88oD8,d^^c85oD8 
ooc880orB8; one after another, oooioo^oo 
01,000100 j5oooi,oo6ioo^oo6i,ooSioo^oo6i. 

An'swer,i;i. to reply to a call, cBsooi; to reply to, 
rejoin, S8ooi,ooc6iooi,<^ooiooi; to reply 
to a charge, refute, c^ooiooib,ooc8i<2)c8^ 
(»oS,o3c8i<|jii^oo^; to answer the purpose, 

suit, oib,c»^b,oo^oooi8. , n. ooScfi8 

001, 00^ ©8C01 ,00^(^001. See Answee, f. <. 

An'swer-a-ble, a. admitting an answer,ooSS8ooi 
bliged to give account.See Accountable. 

Ant, n. ooiS ; the white ant, o g^i ; the white ant 
with wings, oS; ant-hill, O5jij5,oa|8oooi. 

An-tag'o-nism, w. opposition, ooSc8o1,ooSgc66 

An-tng'o-nist, ». an opponent, an adversary, 
ooij^oool, yic8^oo@ioooo8 ; Anat. «i5«ij 
(muscle) ooc8coioooc^8ooSc8idBooi qi5©ij 00 

do, W9lf;furl,rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; yh as sh^ g as j; g as in get; § as z; x as gz; 11 as in linger. 

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Ant-arc' tic, a. oo^tt>«§»ooc8S&(»^c^ioj^5<5p8^ 


Axi'iQ, prefix, before in time, oo^iSjOoioo^Sgl. 
An'te-^ed'ent, a. preceding, anterior, previ- 
ous, ooS(]8^dB,ooS<fec8jSdB,oDS€8^0Dioo6S8p. 
An'te-cham'ber, n. a reception room, c^S8^j3§^ 


An'te-date, v^ t. c^goosoioooocSSdB^^^ooooi^S^S. 

, w. prior date, ooooio»o3c8Ss8^Soooi. 

An'te-di-hVvi-an, a. before the deluge, ooioooo 

An'te-lope, n. ooioSj^c^scbiSioooDogS. 
An'te-me-rid'i-an,A.M.a. oo^8<jSog^,^Soo^iiog^. 
An'te-mun'daLe, a. before the creation, oo^is 

An-ten'na, n. sometimes called feeler's, ooS8^ 

An'te-past, n. a foretaste, ooSc8^o5©ii,ooSotj5s8. 
An-te'ri-or, a. before in place, oDi^,ooioo^5^; 

before in time, prior, previous, <fec6^coi 

An'ther, n. ooSoS^ooiSoocS^iooioocSioSoj^^g 

(§8§8oooj5,6ic3tc88booi ooScog^. 
An'thro-p6ph'a-gi, w. cannibals, yiooio&cfi^gS 

An'ti, ])ref. against, (]8^oo8ooii,(]6^c83). 

An'tic, a. odd, wild, ooSojoSscScgljODScSidB. 

An'ti-christ, n. the great adversary, yidB^o 
^5,(^ioSc85o^5. See oc8i. j : do. 

An-ti9'i-pate, i\ t. to do before another, fore- 
stall, qi s8^S yioi,ojpdB^^S c^^oi ; to be before 
the time, «io5©n ; to enjoy or suffer in 
prospect, foretaste, ^ScxA ooS, ogS ooS ooS, 


An-ti^'i-pa'tion, w .expectation.See Anticipate. 

An'ti-do'tal, a. remedial. See Antidote. 

An'ti-dote, w. a remedy against poison or oth- 
er evil, cT>o5pcx)ioo«i^iiooS^^ooS^S,ooS@ 

An'ti-feb'rile, n. a fever remedy, cx)o5^Qie^ 



An'ti-mo-ny, n. coiSooo3oj5ooio8^oxoS, 6i(J8i 
cB8booi9Cfoc£@£s,G8^Qo1o2Sooco<ooi met- 
als 00^1. 

An'ti-no'mi-an, w. (/icx)ic»f)tbooi©^Soo?}jSoo c6p 
yicoi03ooo8<feoo^oQSo8^ooSd886jj. Scc Mo- 
EAL. , a. 03^^888 An tinomian, n. 

An-tip'a-thy, w. dislike, aversion, repugnance, 

ODt00l0dO38C09^0O^00QlOl, 0D8 CD1 00 QO 8^ ^ 

c85a)^oooD888yioooioi; Nat Phil. ooSooi 
An'ti-pode, n. pi. antipodes, yiooo^oDioo8|5G8p 

•1^001c8SQ80D888C^lOOlC^^8|SoeoOOl o©oioo8. 

An'ti-pu-tre-fac'tive, An'ti-pu-tres'^ent, a. ooi 
oo@co5ooSg(^^ooo!j5^oD. See Antiseptic. 

An'ti-qua'rian, An'ti-qua-ry, n. yicoioo|ioiS^S 

An'ti-qua'ted,^. a. ancient, obsolete, ooScSS 

c5l8eC80Dl C^IOOO^OOI lOD^cSl^ O&l 00^ • 

An-tique', a. very old, oo^eD«88ooSooooo©lcoi^ii. 

An-tiq'ui-ty (-tik'wi-), w. ancient times, ooWod 
c8Sooi^iicoio3©ii; the people of ancient 
times, c^icoi<gn, c^ioOK^iiooioom, o^ioc/^ 
ooi^i;the remains of ancient times, ooS 


An'ti-sep'tic, n. ooSol)io5@oo5qSoi,«ic§ojioS 

An'ti-slaVer-y, w. ooWiooc8o1coS«ia^Sooo^Soo 
coS. , a. oDioocS^ooStjin^S. 

An'ti-spas-mod'ic, w. ooS@oD5ooSdB^ooS8tyz. 

An-tith'e-sis, i?. (ooj5o55coSS) contrast, ooSod 
cfiicB|5cx)@xooS5ooooSc8idBoD<j|jlb; as, lam 
weak, but thou art mighty, obo^oooSyi 

An'ti-type, n. ooSoo^S^SoDioooo^ooS8c5i(fiiooi 
ooSoooiojS, 5oS8coSooo880^SoS 08800 anti- 
type, oooS5ooi,ooS8c8io^5oDio88. 

Antler, n. a branch of an animal's horn, ooS 

A'nus, n. hi^i. 

An'vil, n. ©^^poo8oo5,ooScoio8oo«ooiooc8i. 

ate,i,6,a,y,long; a,e,T,6,ii,y, short; cflre, far, last, f§ll, what; th^re, v§il,term; pique; done, f6r, 

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Agx-?e-ty, w. solicitude, care, oD^co^dB^ODpc^. 
Anx'ious, a. solicitious, OD^dB^,oo^(J3poo^^. 
A'ny (en'ny), a. dB^i ; as, any person, ciS^iod 

oioi ; any thing, dB^icooioi. 
A-Ar'ta, n. (oocS^odi) c^^o^iooS^ODc^iooioob 

OJtStOODtOOl i^o^ooS. 
A-pa^e', adv. quickly, speedily, oedBooij. 
A-part', adv. separately, 8i ^i, o3^io^ ; as, 

to sit apart, cd^^icx>^o^. 
A-part'ment| n. a room, od9it,oooo9f8,8idB^i 

Ap'a-thef ic, a. indiflferent, unfeeling, ooiooooi 

Ap'a-thy, n. insensibility. See Apathetic. 

Ape', n. ooojio^. ,V.<. to imitate, wiSjooS. 

A-pe'ri-ent, n. oood|Sooioo<|8c6iooioi&o©ooJSc8S^x. 
Ap'er-ture, n. an opening, ooSoj^^jOoScS^oB. 
A'pex, n. the point, summit, oo8^8p,odSS8|5. 
A-phel'ion, n. ^xcbxmS^%^QO'kt»i\^\9tAx(x>^oo 

Aph'o-rism,n. an axiom, a proverb, coSoxSi 

oocBioQiOddB^SsoooStoocoS. See Axiom. 
A'pi-a-ry, n.a place for bees, oocSS^yiop^oo^. 
A-pie9e', adv. each by itself, oooi8toDoi,^5^5. 
Ap'ifih, a. like an ape, cSioSodo^io^; affected, 

foolish, «i8iooSojSooa^iofooo88,«i88yioi. 
A-poc'a-lypse, n. Revelations, c5Sc8|5<^. 
A-p6c'ry-pha, n. c5Sc8^o5icooo^^ 001^091^031 

c^8b88oSc8ooc8(^^^^o 00 oj^ ^ oo|5 c8i 06S 


A-p6c'ry-phal, a. oo^co888 Apocrypha. 

Ap'o-gee, n. ocflc6ioo^8cS|S8f ooiood3^booi(»c8S 

A-pol'o-gize, v.t. to make a defence or an ex- 
cuse, O0c8l(|^l<|j8O0^,ODc8l<|^l^|e00aD8. 

ApVlogue (-log), n. a moral fable, coScrxBxQj 

A-p61'o-gy, n. an excuse, a defense, ooSodcSi^i 

Ap'o-plec'-tic,Ap'o-plec'tic-al, a. aoSiotSs apo- 
plexy. See Apoplexy. 

Ap'o-plex'y, n. o3Sool<giScfiioooDojS. 


A-pos'ta-sy, n. oDSf^tngSoD^og^ogi .lcgi,ooioDt 

A-pos'tate, n. one who apostatizes, yicoiooj^t 

og5o3Soj^ogiaJ)<:gi,yiooioo88 2^^^- 
A-pos'ta-tize, v. i. to abandon one's faith, 0D8 

A-pos'tle (-pos'sl), n. yiooS«i8. 
Ap'os-toFic, Ap'os-tol'ic-al, a. oD^oDsSsyiooSoi 

8; as, the apostolic age, ^103^^180081. 
A-p6s'tro-phe, n. Bhet. yioo^|5oo^880Dc8ib5 

ijxSpoodSz; Gram. oo^«i^^d8i 00^ oo cBiod 

cS,ado3^o^^wiooootS(»i, call*d for called. 
A-p6s'tro-phize, v. i. See Aposteophb. 
A-p6th'e-ca-ry, n. yicoio©8^o3o5^88colboooi. 
Ap'o-thegm(-them), w.a terse remark,oD^ox8i 

Ap'o-the'o-sis, n. oo^o9c8iooioooSdB^oo^ooicoioo 

Ap-pall', V. t. to dismay, frighten, terrify, «i 

^iwif8, Qi»^c8iooo8oo6^odoc)), t^icdio^tcSi 

a5looj^ooD8opi8pcbSooj^oooop«ioo^i • 
Ap'pa-ra'tus, n. (oo8o^8ooiS),ooSooe30iiooc8S,oDS 

00^O3bl8^O0bx00O^00l00QlOD^ODOl8l 00 8S, 

oicdicStoDi oo^ooooooo. Anat. cB^o^odo^ 
(organs,) coiooaoS«ioo^tx:)8880DSoo oiifl; o 
cSS^ijO&jOcBSogSoQi, ooDfSioySooo^o^oo 

Ap-par'el, w. clothing, dress, ooSojooSoSa. 

Ap-p&r^ent, a. visible, plain, evident, ooioodS^ 
<gl, <glb; appearing to the eye but not 
real, oooS|S^Soo^oo^oo(glbSooS^S^^ooo88. 

Ap'pa-ri'tion, n. ooS(i3^^b; a ghost, ooSooex^^. 

Ap-pealS v.i. c§8cod8,c2^S^oo88,cd8dB^. See 
wiooS. jj: 00. , n. aoSoj^8|5. 

Ap-pear', v. i. to be visible, cS^cjjl, c8jS<jjldB^oo 
0D8; to present one's self, «^8^^(g)dS|5ooo9 
•So^b; to be evident, cglb; to 8eem,c8ioS. 

Ap-pear'an9e, n. See Appeab. 

Ap-pease', v.t. to pacify, «iSoj^6oo8,«i^^c8iod8. 

Ap-peFlate, a. 00^00888 Appeal. 

Ap-pel'lant, n. one who appeals, (/loDioocg^ 


Ap^pel-Wtion, n. name, a title, oD^oooxodoo^. 

do,WQlf; f&rl,rade, pfsh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z;x asgz; n as in linger .^ 

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Ap-peria-tive, n.a common nam6yOo^8»3ioooD^. 
Ap-pend^ v. t. to attach to, o^o^^yO^tcdibi. 
Ap-pend'age, n. addition, adjunct, ooSo^^iot, 

Ap-pen'dix, n. matter added to a writing, oo^ 

oocSiooiofibtcSdB^cSx. See Appendage. 
Ap'per-tain', v.i. to belong to, oo^ejot. 
Ap'pe-ten'9y, n. strong natural desire, appe- 
tite, ooS8^^S,ooSoon^a>ftx:)88toc$80^j5. 
Ap'pe-tite, n. strong desire; as, for food, (xfid^ 

Ap-plaud^ V. L to praise, acclaim, extol, i% o 

gn,&to@iiooio9^cSioo2bf b 8^. 
Ap-plause, n, oo^eto@n,oQ^&8o@iibfb8^. 
Ap'ple, n. (oot^ix)ooioo|Sooooc^; the apple of 

the eye, ^SyiS. 
Ap'pliK^a<ble, a. suitable, @i8CD^fX>t, 9109^008. 
Ap'pli-cant, n. one who applies, a petitioner, 

yi cooo^ ,y 1 001 Ode>D0O^,yiooi omI^8oo^. 
Ap'pli-ca'tion, n. solicitation, ccSvOjO^coSooa^ 

^s; use, oo^ocnoojcSiSo&iS^i: See Apply. 
Ap-ply', V. t. to put on, oSc8i,i^8oo^; to use, ^t 

oc>|5oo^,o209^ ; to ask for, ooooS. , v. i. 

to suit, be applicable to, 00^, od|5qo8,cS8. 
Ap-point', V. t. 4f ^^,c8S,c85o6b,qt cBi 00^ ; to 

appoint a time, o^^xo8d8,o^oSe8o8ooc8^. 
Ap-point'ment, n. See Appoint. 
Ap-por'tion, t;.^. to allot, assign, ^i09^fxo8. 
Ap^po-gite, a. to fit, @i8,oo^b,oo^oo9i8a)^c8^^i. 
Ap-praise', t;. t. to price, value. See Apprize. 
Ap-pre'ci-ate, v. t. to estimate duly, o8<fe,o5ojS, 

Ap-pre'ci-a'tion, n. See Appbsoiate. 
Ap'pre-hend', v. t. to seize as a criminal, 8^008; 

to understand, ^ ^oi^,c^^g1 ; to think true, 

c88^; to imagine, oDODSog^; to fear,OD^dB^. 
Ap'pre-hen'sion, n. See Apprehend. 
Ap'pre-hen'sive, a. fearful, (B^9toJ\o^^S^, 

G8|58ioo^<2)ioo^f8; quick to understand, 

Ap*pi^^i^'%^9 ^- yiooiooooi^cSioooosQicfioDSasoo^ 

«10D«10l^Od8010000c8^^g^d3^88 00 ^\t 00 

28 AQU 

Ap-'pren'ti9e-ship, n.ooSo©«cnoooDc8S&yi«ic8oDS 

Ap-prige', V. t. 5l80j^gl,j^8^^cij,:fi8oo^oj^^. 

Ap-prize, v. t. to set a price on, value, appraise, 
cBSoSooy I, oSooy i66o&io6|t ,oSc6iooyi. 

Ap-proach', v. i. c6i028,o6xifli,oj80j8o©oD8,o6oj8r 

Ap 'pro-bate, v. ^ to approve, a>^oooD8,o^c8i 
000D8. See Approve. 

Ap'pro-ba'tion, n. a being pleased with, ap- 
proval, O3i^oo|5ooo3€ ; a countenancing, 
support, ooSo^|Sc8ioooo8,ooSoD^6Sojpao), 

Ap-pro'pri-ate, v.t. to set apart for, oSoSooS, 
cBSoSoo^ooioo^oDoioioeS^; to claim or use 

exclusively, 068^^^001008^ o|S b. , a, 

suitable, proper, oo^b,@i8b,oo^ooaii8. 

Ap-pro'pri-a'tion, n. a)So5oS,ooSc65o5ooiooW 
0101008^. See Appropiate. 

Ap-proVal, n. approbation. See Approve. 

Ap-prove', v. t. to like, assent to, 00^00008, o^ 
cStoocx)8; to commend, oo^o3888rg^Sbf 


Ap-pr6x'i-mate,t;. approach, ojinfii. , 

V. t. q^8028c8i. , a. near, next to, ogt 


Ap-prox'i-ma'tion, n. See Approximate. 
Ap-pAr'te-nant, a. pertaining, adjunct, be- 

longing, coioooo|SuDt,ooioooo^^€i2^. 
A'priJ, n. (oogj) ocfl(§Soj|5o309|Soo6i. 
A'pron, n. oo8o58q5oooo^oSoi,odSo8oooj|SoS9i, 

oaioo8o9^8oc8^^ooio^S^o98So88 o 02 o 088 

Ap'ro-pos, arft;. Fr. opportunely, oo^ooai8. 
Apt, a. inclined, g8g^; as, apt to steal, gSg^o^^ 

QoS; ready, quick; as, apt to learn, oo8^<»i 

c8o9^ ; apt to understand, f ^oi^od^gS. 
Apt'i-tude, Apt'ne98,n. readiness, propensity, 

docility, ooSoj^oojB, od^oj^oo, oo^o9d8|5^, 


A'qua-fdr'tis, (oo8cg8^ooS) odi80^o6ooioo6o|5|80o 

OOl^,OcB8»Scfi8^ ^00S&8. 

A-qua'ri-iis, (ooqgc^ooiS) aopcococf^coQ\. 
A-quat^ic,a. oo^888o&o^1; as, aquatic animals. 

a,e,ifd,u,y,long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; c&re. far. l&tt, f§ll, ^h9.t; thSre, vsil,tSrm; pique; d6ne, fOr^ 

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o3^8oo^o5iooiood3^0D^bGOi o5i>2)l; 6^ 
aquatic plants, ooSooioo^dBpbcDioSojP* 
Aq'ue-duct (ak'-we-), n. o68Sc6i,o68^oai,o6d8i 

A'que-ouB, a. watery, €6p8w6,c8S^i8io6; like 
water, oiooootSa6ooo8i,cSiooo5. 

Aq'oi-line, a. curving like an eagle's beak, 

Ar'ab, n. a native of Arabia, (^lOoc^ogiS. 

Aya-besque (-besk), a. oDptosSioo^oooDioocboo 
0^00(30^001 yioo^cgiSooe^Qib. 

A-ra^bi-an, a. co^to%9tS\oof^o^\Q^i^\f wccBS^ 
^oi. , n. an Arab, yioo^cgiS. 

Ar'a-ble, a. tillable, fit for tillage, 9iooioDi5 
o|2^iooc8^, @i8oo^b<x>ioo^o|2&So2^i9o8i. 

Arni>i-ter, n. an arbitrator, yiooioo^^^^oo^ooi 
yi&^ODijSnt; yiooioooioo^&jS^oDoi. 

ArHbi-tra-ry, a. despotic, ooioooo<»iSo|so9^oo 
o8k»^, ttiooSioooogocSi ; arbitrary pow- 
er, oo^8oo8iooiooao4^^^oiaD^^8^oooot. 

Ar^i-trate,t^ decide, i^^Syio^ ooooi^»ii« 

Ar^bi-tra'tion, n. See Abbitbatb. 

Ar'bi-tra'tor, n. See ABBmsB. 

Ar^r, n. a bower, bcoi8oDdB^d8ioo8^,8oooi, 

ArTbor-vi'tae. Lot. tree of life, odSoo^oooj^, 
o^ooooo^ScBxftfiooobS, oooo^cS^bS^ggl. 
Anat. oo^ojtStdte^csjjcDi^ (cerebellum) 
coiooc8ooo2S|^<g)bSo^^f^|Siooo3to3 oot 8t o^^ 
ooQiooi arbor-vita. 

Arc, w. a curve, 00^00810089,00^09^110011. 

Ar-cade', n. c^aiQpoDODojS. 

Ar-ca'num, Ar-ca'ni, a secret, a myste- 
ry, o>Sf ojp,ooSd3^«fi^ooi,09Soo8f oodBS. 

Arch, n. oo^88|So9c^iSooi^d^ooo8tyiQtoo^iooi 

OOQloSwTOOl^lOoS^StOof 100100 (»1 ajjiioo^ 

od8^; a segment of a circle. See Abc. 
Arch-an'gel (ark-), n. ^^oxs^iooS^OdS^oooi. 
Arch-bish'op, n. a chief bishop. See Bishop. 
Arch-dea'con, n. bishop oooi^t. 
Arch^er, n. a bowman, yiot^j^. 
Arch'er-y, n. ooSot^oj. 


Ai/che-type, n. apattem,ooSoo8oo66SooA^8^oot* 
Ar'chi-tfect,!!. a professor of architecture, yi^ 


Aychi-tect'ure, n. oo^o2^oooo^t)o<8io2^dBSo9^. 
Ar'chives, n. records, o5Sooooi8CDi(^ioS^^o95 

<^^^oo^coi ^1 0O1 CD oil o5i c5i ; ancient 

records, oSSooi^iooop. 
ArcVness, n. sly humor, cunning, oo8099|S,ooi 


Arc'tic, a. (ooSodoSi) oodS^^oo^c^ioj^Si^^S^ooi 
8j03o5i8i Ssoo^ ^ Sl^^ ^ ^'^^ ^1^ 1 Algetic 
circle, oooSiSsooodSc^ic^SooooSi. 

Ar'den-9y, n. ardor, eagerness, oD^oots^^. 

Ar'dent, a. hot, fiery, Sh^t ^«, SS egg, oj^ ; as, 
ardent spirits,o5iooooc8|S92^; ardent love, 
oD^ob^S^Q^jS; zealous, 82^,S^8ioa««i^« 

Ar'dor, n. eagerness, fervor, glow, oosoj^ajp. 

Ard'u-ous,a.difficult,laboriouB, hard,ooiooo^ «i 
ooiooot92|5,ooiooo|5o^teiiftf800ioo8^, rSci^t. 

Axe^ of the verb to be, cS^, oS. 

A-re'a, n. (o5d[o»i), any plane surface, od8S,odcji. 

A-re'ca, n. the tree, dbs; the nut, cd^soo^. 

A-re^ni,, n. a place for public combats, 00^00 

A-re'o-la, n. oo^o2028i8id3^osoo^s{^8^8p, 819 


Aygent, a. resembling silver, cSioSe. 

Ar'gil, n. clay, Opoiic8{5^,c8p8^oo66. 

Aygil-la'ceoiis, a. c«^8^o96$€6j5o258t argil. 

Aj/gue, V. i. to reason with, dispute, ooc8i<]j1 

Ar'gu-ment,n. reasoning, controversy, discus* 
sion, oo^ODdBiooio^^^<glooSoo9S6o6i6|i. - 

Ar'gu-men-ta'tion,w. reasoning. See Abgub. 

Aygu-mgnt'a-tive, a; reasoning, oD|5tx:)t8iooSoo 
dBxcoioo^p<8ldB^SojoSoo8^So5i5|i; con- 
troversial, ooioo^i^SoSc85^c88ooS« 

Ar'id, a. dry, parched, ooSg»c6Sooc8. 

A-rid'i-ty, n. dryness; aridness. See Abid. 

A'ri-es, n, (ooc^c»S) o8<fl,oSoo|5oo^ooQi. 

A-right', adv. rightly, Oioiooj5oo|5,c8c6c8ic8i. 

A-rlse',t;. i. to get up, }>icoiooi^; to ascend, 
mount, dB^,c6ic8^, obdBp; to begin, g8j5 

do,w9lf;fiirl,rude,P9sh;e.t.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h a8 8h)gasj;ga8inget;§a82;sasgz;na8iBligger. 


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ABM ao 

dBp,e«o8p; to come into notice, f^S^, 
Ar'i8-t6c'ra-9y, n. (i»^«c8@*i (ooSoito^ooJ 

A-rVto-crat, w. a proud, haughty person, yi 

A-rith'me-tlc, n. (oa^Sqottooi) the book, o5So9^, 

c3SoD^6^cio^gt ; the science, oo^^i^oo^o}^ 

A-rith'ui€-ti'9iafn (-ttsh'an), n. yicoipowicB^SoTS 
.arithmetic oooi. 

Ark, n. a i^ater-tight box or vessel, oxxJlooi 
o6^SoDo^co^,oo^^^o2^; Noah's ark, 8i^ 
Odiooco^(j^c2^; the ark of the covenant, 
oo^od >^c6ic6d8iooooop). 

Arm, n. arm of the body, ^, ^i^f ; arm of the 
sea, 8|Sdb|5oo90d@S; arm of a chair, g8^ 
o^^fioof ; Fig. po^er, strength, odSoocx) 
8a,o^6Sooocn. , v. t. to equip with 

weapons, cDaoicocbc8^8ioo^|oobi8^M. 
Ar'ma-ment,w. cocSc^to^toof oo^ yO^t^^oS^dBoo^ od 

<j[; the munitions of a varH3hip,oodB^bi. 
Ar-me'ni-an, w. <^iooW^»t8. , a. ooScd^wi 

Arm'fuU w. a>8i^,o5^o5f ^. 

Arm'hole, n. the armpit, ^oSSooS^i ; a hole 

for the arm, oo^o^^^ooio^^gS^ooS^. 
Ar'mis-^e, n. a truce, yio^^S^ 8 o^^ cSicSS oo 

09iooiooa9ifi^dBoo^ooioo^^ta2t^«o5|5o^i ooi 

Ar'mor, n. oo^oo^oobiooiyiooooicSpooo^SoStoo 

Ar'mo-rer, n, yi<»i<^c8^ armor ooooc^Sooo^S; a 
keeper of armor, yio&tcg^yioioofoobt. 

Arnnd'ri-al, a. OD^taosSsyiSojtSoo^oo^oDbtooo}^ 
mSioDioocotf tf ^yioDioc^^ yt oo 8^ Od six w 

Ar^nao*ry, ti. oD^fciobia»ooit,oo^opc8S^(^ioS^^ 
oo^q^sof ?(Df09bicoio»^iooo^. See Abicob. 
Arm'pit, n. axilla, ooSooS^i. 
Arms^ oaSf^cobvcoo^] to be in arms, SSSs 


Ar'my, n. a host, o^i^SoSf c8. 
A-r6'ma,n. fragrance, odor, ooS^i^^i^ 
Ar'o-naaf ic, Ar'o-mat'ic-al, a. ooioo^i^^iaj. 
A-round'ipr«p. & adv. in ^ circle, about,o«oo^t, 
Of08,(S^ota>^t; here and there, ^o&i^^i, 
A-rouse^ v. t. to excite to actkm^ awaken, d3^ 

Ar'rack, n. o58coiyi«io6c8^booiop. 
Ar-raign'(-ran'),t>.<, to impeach, c6iSo8<ooooiS 

^§oStooooo5ng^b ; to accuse, oSooHooyp. 
Ar-raign'ment, m. accusation^ See Abbaign. 
A^*range^ !;•<. to put in order, c^toji,ij5^jS,0D 

<^Sooc8i; to settle, ttioD^c8S889,&^g^. 
Ar^range'ment, n^ order. See Abbakos. 
Ar'rant, a. infamous, vile, 001,001^8^1. 
Ar-ra/, v.t. to arrange, oDd65oDc8v,c^\ojiSo^ 

800088 ; to adorn, ooooiooo5oo^,oiv5wiooi 

dB^ooS. See o8v. 9: w* , n. See 

Abbay, v. t. ^ 

Ar-rear', n. that which remains unpaid, dues, 

oo^G8^c8id6Sooioogi8c9^Q0^8d^, 00^00100 

Ar-rear'age, n. ooScBiOf ioooj^S8tG8^c8tobS58b, 
Ar-rgst^, V, t to apprehend, seize, 8^00^00108^ 
ooooo^^cSioocS; to stop, @ooS, q«d8o9c8^. 
Ar-riv'al, n. oo^o^ib,o>Sooiooobo^i. 
Ar-rive', v. i. to reach a place, opt,obcgi,c6iojio 
Ar'ro-gan9e, n. assumption. See Abbooakt. 
Ar'ro-gant, a. proud, assuming ; as, an arro- 
gant person, yioSooooioo^8@8, nooi 001, 
oo8dB^dB; arrogant pretentions, oo^oS 


io/ro^gate, v^ t to assume, claim, <»ioooo8f 8f^^yi 
c8^8ioedB^odc^,oo^oSooooto>ioo^8^ S o&t S 

Ar'ro-ga'tion> n. assumption. SeeABBOOATE. 
A^r'row, n. ^. 

Ar^rdw-root, n.(od^^i^8),oo^o9^oocx)o^ooioc8^. 
Ar^se-nal, n. an armory, ooi8CDiyi<^§^o9^f(p 

Aj/se-nic, n, oo^^ioaoonoo^Sy^^oooJo^. 
Aj/son, n. the malicious firing of a buildings 


afe»i»6,d,y, long; a,e^!,o,u,y, short; cAre, far, Ifrst, fftU, wh^^t; th6re, vgili term; pique; done, £6rt 

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Art, V. i. 2d. persMfiff. of the verb to bo,Q8p, 
oS; as, thou art, ^fiB^,^oS. , n. prac- 
tical, skill, O9hl^0^8^0^,O9^O2^00^O2^0^00^ 
ODsStfO^SiSo^OOODO^ScOC^SySs 00^ e308 8t<^it 

(music) e^fSs; cunniug, artifice, ooSS^. 
Ar-te'ri-al, a. cx>^u>t8t arterj. See Abtbby. 
Ar'ter-y, n. (ooSod^i), ooaogjSo^i, SoitooSoooSi 


Art'ful, e/. performed with skill, oDi^i8«ooSoji^ 

ojo«co^,ooioo^oj8^od; cunning, crafty, c6^S 

oDSo};as, an artful child, 8o9^g8g^c8f^^o9^. 
Ar'ti-cle, n. a thing, o^^ooqi; as, that is a good 

article, 00^30^00^0001081; coi^^oo56g^ 

oSod<|2i, a, an, the ooopcBtboooi.o:>i article. 
Ar-tTc'u-l »te, v. t. to speak, pronounce,dtdS^G8^ 

oodBao|5ooc6,c8io3SbSytrt5^oocSibo^ 00081. 
Ar-tic'u-late,a. spoken, coioodB^Sooc8io9^oooSt; 

having joints, jointod, as, an articulate 

animal, 80^Sc6^So:>t[(]S^8too«5ooiooo^. 
Ar-tic'u-la'tion, n. (ooSo5€ooo9j|if)ooSoo©5coib 

cjtcBSoooot. See Abticulate. 
Ar^ti-f i9e, n. an artful device, a trick, a fraud, 


Ar-tlf i-9er, n. yiooioofo^8^ooooo^o9oj;S. 
Ar'ti-f i'cial, a. ooSoo<fe<fi^oip^ooiS (nature) 00 

o2^oooo^ooo8taD^,ob€8^booi yico^oof ^i. 
Ar-til'ler-y, n. weapons of war, ordnance, ^S 

Ar'ti-san, 9^ a manufacturer. See Abtivioeb. 
Art'ist, n. yiooiooc9ooH^8^09ooiiSi8tQib, o 

O^00^tDt8s00^G8^8t0»l350000l oSlcOOjS, § if\ 

Ar-tist^ic, a. co^tx^tSs art. See Abt, n. Ist def. 
Artless, a. unskillful, ooSoj^oc^^oj^^o^oocS^od^; 

guileless, simple, frank, sincere, 00^(^000 

A§,C(m/.likeas, §,So8t,c8io&; as much as, 06,06 1^0 oe aecui, o. oee ooos. (^: o^. 

o8t; while, ooei^^s; inasmuch a8,ooooi8i. . A-8l6pe',arfr. with declivity, oDoic8i,G6^c8ao5.. 
As'a-fet'i-da, As'a-foet'i-da, n. j|8p.* ' Asp, n. qS^, c^Sc»iodoooj5. 

As-jend'i v. t. to mount,c8^,<feidBp,obc8f . 

As-jen'sion, w. a rising, a going up, oowSdB^, 

As-9ent'i n. a mounting, o^^dbicS^s^oocS^cB^ 
dB; a hill or high place, ooc8^d8^d8. 

A8-9er-taiu', v. t. ixjcgS,o5f»Soo8«ooSe»cSoo8Soji 
ooc8io6^c8i8bt,Qic^dB|5opioot98ooG3^a>|5 . 

A8-9gt'ic, n. a recluse, ^8ooo8i*y\ooiooc6a(fl^ 

As-cribe',t^. t. to impute, attribute, o5 ; as, as- 
cribe ye greatness to our God, oSodS ^ 
coital 00 ojS. See 3 8i. ^j : 9; to ascribe 
strength to God , o5oa^6^ ojf oo*^ aj^ooi cgi. 
See is. Go: 99; to ascribe as a reason, oit 

OdlOd^lOOOOlOOlOD^O&lOO^ gtooiB. 

As-crip'tion, n. See Abcbibe. 
A-shamed^a.affectedby shame, aba6hed,bSa^. 
Ash'es, n. pi. o^co)« 
A-shore', adv. on land next water, cSp opi ooiS 

r8i8^,o3i^c:8i^i; on land, gB^odiS. 
Ash'y, a. ashen, oS^Ssopfiol.cSioS^fool. 

oojji , n. a n • tive of Asia, y^ooj|i3» 

A-side', adv. out of straight line, SpoMx^S^ 

oooTcgS; separate from others, apart, dSS 

c8idB,GB|5oo^i9^« See j8ioi. ^.-9; to lay 

aside, oScSiogS. 
As'i-nine, a. like an ass, stupid, willful, c8ioS 

Ask, V. t. to request, 00; to ask leave, aooo^t; 

to ask pardon, eocSiopooooi; to inquire, 

o&rgSo58i; to invite, cBi,c^f^^. 
A^skant', A-skan9e^ adv. sideways; as, to look. 

askance, ogSo9(gi,cg^oD^ooioob6o2^ooo8. 
A-ske w' (a-8ku'),arft;.not straight,66^,bSgt,03f .« 
A-slanf, adv. obliquely, oaogi,o9ogi,QQo. 
A^sleep^ a. in a state of sleep, (]8^o,gSSooom ; 

to be dead, o. See ooos. 

As-bes'tos, n. ooiSooS^, 
Aa-ca^ns, n. pL As-car'i-des, Gr. intestinal 
worms, cBtoD6b5oDtc»Q8^caioooian<|ji. 

As-par'a-gus, n. cogJ8<3^,<,nOJ^c8loo^^t^^5o880^t 

c3^oo|3b odi^^o^ooo^ 008^. 
As'pect, n. appearance, view, oocij^odSijOoScSS 

do,W9lf; furl,rude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; <; as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; § as z;x asgz; u as in linger. 

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(^; countenance, look, ^Sooop^oo8i; as, he 
has the aspect of a good man^ oo^Sooop^ 

As-per'i'ty, n. roughness, unevenness, ooSo^, 
q:>S«8i»5S«8icoi; moroseness, odSoScB 
Od 008, 00^ oS 00 cx)8 00^00 ^1 ; sharpness of 
speech, ooSoocSioj^jOoSoDcBxa)). 

As-perse', t;. f. to bespatter, sprinkle, jb; to 
calumniate, slander, defame,^^02^|58i,o3 

As-per'sion, n. a sprinkling. See Aspebse. 

As-pir'ant, w. yiooi^SoaS8^««. See Aspibe. 

As' pi-rate, a. oDcSiooSSsc^ooooojScoldBjBcjp. 

As'pi^ra'tion, n. coSooldB^ ; strong, desire, co^ 
oon^Scoi4}oo8o5S^i* See Aspibe. 

As-pire', v.f. to desire something elevated, ooi 
f^HGo^oooi,oo^ooc8^dB^dB, oosogoo^oocS^oS^ 
dB;a8,to aspire to a tlirone,ooi08ioie»c8S. 

As-pir'ing,i'. & a. 8|5^^0Dpoooo80oiooc8^dB^dB, 

A-squint', adv. obliquely, oooio) ; as, to look 
asquint, ogSooSoooiol,cgSaD<3gi. 

Ass, n. ooo^^cSi. 

As-sailS V. U to assault, attack, ^tcS^ooSqico^ 

0D1,«191 ^,^IMdB^C30^00^5c88Op, o2oo^9^cfiS 

As-saiPa-ble, a. ooioQioi^t^vOOiodBq^^dBolcBi 

oj. See Assail. 
As-sail'anty n. (^lODioo^scS^co^too^ocrL, oo^ooS 

SSStofcoox* , a. coioo»8dB|So9^q^8ooi« 

As-sas'sin, n. c^iooioooioSj^o^^yioiooo^s. 
As-sas'sin-ate, v. t. 9ioS|02^yioi,wioS^t. 
As-sault',!^.^. to assail, attack, (^800^,018^^00^, 

ODcSiooioocSidSpioi. , w. Law. ooSod 

c8iooiooc8ic8,ox8i^iyioofSopoo Qiooi g6i 

As-say', v.x. to try, essay, o8cgi,oSooooiooioooo 

QioDSoSiooSgi88cj5«ib. , v. ^.totry, 

as metal, oScg^oi^SifSi. 
As-say'er, Assay'-mas'ter, n.^iooioooSog^o^^ 

As-sem'blage, n. a collection of persons or 

things, agathering, o3Sd3^§^^§^,ooS8S^S. 

82 ASS 

As-sem'ble, v. i. €8p§?,cS?^itflSpq,d3^§p^§^. 
As-sem'bly, n. (o&jj5d?|i) yic6^§p^§^. 08^03^ 

As-sent', v. i. to concur, agree, ooi^cSi^^cSt, 
05i^c8i€6c8i. ,n.ooSooi^c8i,ooS 0^^081. 

As-serf , v. t. to affirm, declare, (i>ooS, «SiooS, 
119001 000^ c5coSo5; to defend, maintain, m 

As-s.Vtion, n. declaration. See Assebt. 

As-sess', V. ^. to fix a sum upon; as, a tax, oo^ 
ooSc^oooioooioo80^s68txn||5&^£8^b; as, 
damages, i^^^ooiodoo^cSso^iaosooloSsaS). 

As-sess'ment, n. See Assess. 

As-sess'or, n. one who assesses taxes or dam- 
ages, yiODioo&^^j5sgoo»^, (fxip^poooj 


As'sets, n. pi. Law. available property, oo^^ 

As-sev'er-ate, v. t. to aver, affirm, ooipc8ic8 

c8iad038§ood3^oD^^^^ooo88. See Atfibh. 
As-sev'er-a'tion,n. averment. See Assevebate. 
As'si-du'i-ty , n. diligence, coic^iswioa^oDy^yS, 

As-sid'u-ous, a. laborious, diligent, €6^88ooSd^i 


As-sign', V. t. to allot, apportion, q8c8toDp,oS 
c6iooc8S,oSoSooiooSc»iooSgioo8S; to point 
out as a reason, ^8^^00^000^. 

As'sig-na'tion, n. an assignment, oo^a;^c8ib 
ooiyioioooia>^9o8^; an appointment for 
meeting a lover, oo^o}^oqio8ooc8^ooiooco 

As'sign-ee' (-si-nee'), w. yioDioo88|SooSooiyioT 

As-sign'er, n. ifx^xotcq^Sco&xQxcm assignee 

As-sign'ment, n. See Asbiqk. 

As-sim'i*late, v. t. to make similar, qioo^qo&i 
Sooo2888oooo§o8888oo^oe 01 00 ot, ojs 88 00 no 

As-sim'i-la'tion, n. See Assimilate. 

As-sist\ v.t. to aid, help« wi»ii,GBeiiQini,o2^ 
ftiicg^sii. ; V. i. See Assist, v. t. 

^,e,Tf6,ijiyflong; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cAre. far. list, f&U, v h^it; th^re, vgil, term; pique; ddne, fOr, 

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As-sist^an^e, n. help, aid, Buoeor, o9^c8»iimtii, 

A8-SL8i/anti n. a helper, yiooioocStnc^i^iioo^iyi 

QiQ0^a>iyioiQd8^« , a. helping, ax&tx. 

As-alse', n. jury, \a^x ^i) w oo oj5. See Jubt^ 

oc))QOSOGn,§oo^ajgi cbboo oSs. 
A»-86'ci-ate(-8hi-at), v. t. to unite in company, 

^cSSopoDs, wiix^Soo^. 
As-so'ci-ate, a. united, cdcSs ; as, an associate 

teacher, a>c|^od(BtoDc8s. , n.oooxBei 


As-so'ci-a'tion, w. ooScS^^^oooDO^SiOoScS^^^oa 
coc^iiOd^oo^iotcSSsdoDtoof , (^xc^ie^SooSoo^. 

As-sdii/, t^. {.to separate into classes, ^loscn^S 
ooo9o^So6booo8t; to assort goods^ ^loioo^ 
SooSoSioooDcgSooi oocS^o^b ^S^S. 

As-sdrt^ment, n. oD^oo^^iotod^ooodtSooodcgScbb 
woSt. See Abbobt, t;. t. 

As-suage^ v.t to mitigate, alleviate, <ite^cSi,wi 

•^cSifWicSgSopijijiaoscSigicfii , V. i. 

to abate,subside,§ic8i9c8io5t.See 381^:0. 

As-sua'sive (-swa'-), a, mitigating, ooi(»«isSc8i 
oo^oj,«xo5tc8ijic8iooSoj. See Assuage. 

As'sue-tiide (as'swe), n. ooS^gS, ODSooo^Soocoi 

As-sume^ v. t. to take on one*s self, »i^^^8,88f^^ 
^; to take unduly, ^sooioooDooSeDScSiSoo^ 
a>^oD8G3iooo8t,o8<^bSo&x§2i; to take on an 
appearance, oScSioooosoDiooo^yiSo&iS^i. 

As-siimp'tion, n. See Assume. 

A8-Biir'an9e, n. a strong declaration, cxAcoSx 
o3yS yS,ooSooc8i^^^S^ 1 , ooSa^oocx>8;con- 
fidence909^oD8ooii,oo^oD8Q. SeelMPUDENOE. 

As-S]jre', v. t. to make confident, oxSioiScocSi 
cxjjiicsoSSoSio^oo^i 00 9i,S oSto^ 09 9800 oi; 
Law. to insure. See Insueb. 

As'ter-isk, n. a star or mark in printing, 00^ o 
^pSco^ooo8«ooio5S^iSio5i(*); oiongSoDSoo 


A-Btern', adv. Naut. to the stern, aj©; behind a 
boat or ship, ooi^jcoioodSoocS^d ; to go a< 
stem, go backward, as a ship,cbio9o)8^9. 

Is'ter-oid, n. qo^c^S^ooqSiokxx^ 

A8th'm&, n« oo^ocAo&t. 

AHstir^i a. moving, (]8^02t€8pbi,(fi^noooic8^ 

As-ton'ish, v. t. to amaze, astound, surprise, 
<»ioo«nQDQ^^ioot,mcx>a^c^ioiooo98; to be 
astonished, oDtodopi. See oi« o: jq. 

As-t5n'i8h-ing, a. marvelous, amazing, won- 
derful, c8lOD8b,OOlOO^IC001COg^(^lOOOdt. 

As^ton'ish^ment, n. oo^o9tobQicx)Q|S,oc^od8090pu 

As-tound', V. t. to astonish. See Abtoi^ish. 

A-strad'dle,ae{t;.astride;as, to be astraddle,cB^ 
obioloo^c^^; to sit astraddle, oo^^igttoS^ 

Afi^tral, a. oD^oDi888o|58i88ioDiooc8tc>S8t€D|5^ 

A*stray^ adv. out of the right way, gS^ods^s 
c^; to go astray, oot^to^. 

A*stride^ adv. See Abtbaddlb. 

As-tringe', v. t. to constrict, compress, «io5i ; 
to bind by obligation, wiG8|S&S€B^agii. 

As-trin'gent, a. ooioot^toSsoSSyt^sooSoo^; astrin- 
gent intaste, o^sb ; binding, as an astrin- 
gent medicine, oooS^ooiooQiccjjiioooioi. 

As-trol'o-ger, n. yiooiodcg^oo^8i88i88g8oo^a^. 

As-trSro-gy, n. (oo5#@joo5a) ooSoj^ooScosoo^ 

QOSSSOO^ g«80^8l88l . 

As-tron'o-mer, n. c/iooiooQicfi^^oi^ astronomy. 
As-tron'o-my, w. (oo5#@S^6i), ooSoj^ooSooiodi 

oo<|8^|5 ^^8100)8190^81881, So&8a>^ooo38^8^ 

As-tiite', a. discerning, shrewd, wily, cS^Ssoj^ 


As-tute'ness, n. shrewdness. See Astute. 
A-sun'der, adv. apart, c8ios; as, to be asunder, 

A-sylum, n. ^i^8too^«i§^«if8€6iooc8^. 
At, prep. ooi,i. 

A'the-ism, n. infidelity, oD^oo^oo^ootogidSjS, 
A^the-ist, n. infidel, yicoiodoD^SoD^boDic^iGS^. 
A-thirsf , a. thirsty, dry,o9Sogoooo«coio6. 
Ath-let'ic, a. 3o^co«8«ooSc85o^oo 00 ojS ooi c^igi 

c86oooD800i9oA^ooa{) ; strong, vigorous, 

robust, 001006^9^^00)92^. 
A-thwgrf, prep, or adv. across, obliquely, cSp 

8|5c^S,GSf ooogi; Fiff. perversely, S»aD@ 

do,w^;furl,r]}de,p9sh; e.i.o. silent; 9as s; 9h as8h)gasj;gasinget; fi a8z;sa8gz;oa8iiiligger. 


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A-tiltS adv. inclined forvrard, c8|59&,g8^c8ic§. 

AtflM^ n. a book of iaaps, o68iriBS8ioo8icoo^ 
cS^ToSSoDOD^S; the first vertebra of 
the neck, oc8S«5oocDiooc8ioDe^^88o8^. 

At'mos«phere» n. (oooiSeooo^) the aeriform fluid 
stirrounding the earthy ooo5iooiooc8^oto9 
^Kd^8|So80t ;th6 upper part of, 000610088^. 

At^moB-pher^ic, At'mos-pher'ic-al, a. oo^ootSs 
. atmosphere, c8io5 atmosphere. 

At'om, n. a mite of matter, ooSoo^oS. 

A-tom'ic, A-tom'ic-al, a. 00^10,03^1^1. 

A-t6neSt;.«. to expiate as a crime, vi^i^oo^ 
0D1O9^bS30Sadc8,O2H G8|5ooScoioo^btaD80o^i^ 
boo8^; to reconcile, Qiod^ooioooDC^cfiSSsa. 

A-tone'ment, n. reconciliation^ oo^SicflSopi* 
See ^. 3: 00; expiatioui ooSoj^ooSoScoioo 
Qi^gicjjtoD^btootodS^ , 


A-tro'cious, a. extremely wicked, vile, cruel, 


A-tro'cious-ness, A-tr69'i-ty , n. ooSooiooooiS^ws. 

At'ro-phy, n. a)San^^oDcbi8i,a)Scbi#o^t. 

At-tach', v» t. to arrest for debt, S^coSyiooioooo 
cSsoDioo^ooooQ^oDoicoioiSo^c^ ; to seize 
goods for debt, <A8co5yioioooDS8ooSodiS 
o8«oooDcB8ojioooo«Sooi(fii; to win, charm, 
qsc^^cBSogdBSoDS ; to affix, fasten, tie, #1 


At-tach'ment, n. affection, love, ooSdb^oDScg. 

See Attach. 
At-tack', V. t. Qioi^,c6iq^8. , n. od^qioi^, 

ooSc6iii8,ooS©idB^oDSoo^c85. See Assault. 
At-tain', v. t. to achieve, oi^S. , v. i. to reach 

or attain to, opioDi,dB^008. See iz. o^g: o. 
At-tain'a-ble, a. achievable, coSpoioQi^Soo. 
At-tain'der, n. Eng. Law. c^\o50iqio3q^8ioi88 


At-tain'ment, n. oo^qi^^. See Attain. 

At-tainf , vj. to infect, taint, q8oo^booi; to ren- 
der impure, corrupt, q^8<^oo^oooo^oo|5; 

to disgrace, qioo88i yi cox 00 Si. , n. 

a stain or taint. See Attaint, v. t. 

84 ATT 

At-tem'per, v. t to modify, moderate, qxSxS 
co^oooxcoioocx)lQ2Scfiiooioo^03wi9|5ooc8; to 
adapt, $^80o|Soo9i8,<»xoD^Sod@i8oooo|5, 

cgS,(^5«iooi , n. coSgicgS,ooSc^^iooS, 

At-tend', v. t. to accompany, c6io2S,^ioocB8» 
^1 ^ 0^5 ; to have care of, oS8ojingSoji. 
, v. i to listen to, heed, 8oof ^. 

At-tend'anje, n. service, regard. See Attend. 

At-tend'ant, n. a companion, c^icbxe^So^^e^ 
oD^9<^ioDc88; a servant, yiGS^88b,oo90oc^x. 

At-ten'tion, w. care, heed, ooS8cx)^^oD^,a>Soc8^ 
000D8; an act of courtesy, oo^cgS^yioi. 

At-tent'ive, a. mindful. See Heedful. 

At-ten^u-ate, v. t. to make thin, as a liquid, «i 
8^ g8|5,q^q2^ §8^00^05; to make thin or 
slender, Qxg,Qxc8xa:>g(8,wiggd8c8. 

At-ten'ii-a'tion, n. Qorip^^SSfCo^Sxco^fib. 

At-testSt;. t.o^|5oooD8; to affix a witnessing sig- 
nature, ^8c6l006l0010QCX>00l^8f 0003805 8S. 

At'tes-ta'tion, w. aoSo^^8^oooo8,ooSooi^8|5o©oD8. 

At-tire', n. dress, clothes, oDSojooSo88ooe3S5ooooi. 

At'ti-tude, n. the posture or position, oaooScbi 
8^, 0d^SoD|5|l|x; as, a threatening atti- 
tude, 0005^008101(31 yi ; an attitude of en- 
treaty, «iooaD8Soooo«2c8588c85ooiooooooS. 

At-tor'ney (-tAr'ny), n. an agent, yiooc8i^Si8, 

At-tract', V. t. to draw towards, o^8«8iooSSoo8 
flooo88,cf8c8i,oc286^ooGS^; to allure, wibS 

At-trac'tion, n^ a drawing, ooSoc^8ifliooS ; a 
charm, an allurement, od^(^8^Sod^odS. 

At-tract'ive, a. inviting, engaging, odioooo|5o 

008,001 0000^O^S,0f 8yi QJOOcB^O^. 

At'tri-bute,n. (oo8@oj8), a property,ooog8oooj|5, 


At-trib'ute, v. t. to assign, ascribe, 00S010S91, 

00^001 qS 01, OD10&800'|002BS88 00^ 000101, oS 

ooSoooioiooiooSoioocSi. See Ascbibe. 
At-tri'tion, n. ooSQ^5oo^cg888cjiog5b,ooSo5io^S. 

.a»eii|0,afy,long; a,e,i,o,u,y> short; cdre, far, l&Bt»f§ll, what; tbSre, veflftSxm; pique; done, fdr^ 

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Atrfcune', V. t. to make accordant, ^coiooS oot 

Au'burn, a. a reddish brown, ooc^SSiojtSiifet. 
Auc'tion, n. c}^oo^* ; a vendue, ooScolooSooioo 

Auc'tion-eer, n. yioDioocol^^SyioiooooSooioj|5 
00^*00^1.——, v.t. aJ)|Sootoic9^cop*. 

Au-da'cioiis, a. bold, daring, ^iOogS^Ssod^^ioo^ 
fsoD^; impudent, Qodi^9%(rAo^tS^co^. 

Au-da9'i-ty , n. audaciousness,oD^Qi^oooD8,oo^oS 
|ooaD8ooioo^c2>c8^ooc8^. See Audacious. 

An'di-ble,a. capable of being heardjCoio^Sojoo. 

Au'di-en9e, w.ahearing, ooSojbooio^S,ooSajoo|S 
ofS; admittance to a hearing, 0d^8^^0Diu 
oDoboD^ooS ; an auditory, yi8S<jSoD^ooioo 

Au'4it, V. t. to examine an account, Qicg^c^ioi 

Au'dit-or, n. one who audits, c^icoioocgS©^ ; a 
hearer, c^iooioo8co^^ooS6^(feic^c8i. 

An'dit-o-ry, audience, yiSS^ScS^^JSSoo^^ 
coS; a place of preaching, ooc8S&yx8S^Sc8p 
§^8co^^odS. , a. OD^ ^«§8^SojooSaD. 

Au'ger, n. oo8^5o88^. 

Aught (awt), n. anything, odSodSioi. 

Aug-ment', v. i. to increase, oo) dB^8SdB^,8pdB^. 

Aug'men-ta'tion, n. ooooSoo1c8^,ooaDS8^dB^. 
Au'gur, V. i. ^SodSod^coSoS oi ,cgSc8^ogioS 9'^9^ 

Au'gur-er, n. a soothsayer, an augur, yiooioo 

(Bp S80oo2Sodc2|iooi ooosoo^cSioDScoSooiSgi. 

Au'gu-ry, n. an omen, a portent. See Augur. 

Au'guflt, n. (cSoiS), ^pooSSocooltfiEojfcooj^oo 


Au-gu8t',a. grand, magnificent, majestic, 008 
8^a>8ic8, oo8oooD8i8^,ooioc28d8^cdi. 

Aunt (ant), n. ^o^. 

Au'ri-cle, n. the external ear, ^So^8^; the au- 
ricle of the heart, ooD80dc3^ioD8oooi. 

4ii-ric'u-lar, a. oo^W888^S,ooiofSoj; told in the 
ear, coiipcbiooc^cSiooi^SoDci^iooa. 


Au-rif er-oiis, a. producing gold, cS^ocno^Stog. 
Au-ro'ra, n. the dawn of day, ^S€68a)^S. 
Au-r6'ra-bo-re-a'li8,w. the northern lights, 00^ 

8b8CX)^00l OOcSl C088|5c^8001 nOQ5l8iOoS« 

Au'spi-jes, augury,oooDSngSooSa8; patron- 
age, co^ooojsooop^. 
Au-spi'cious (-spish'us), a. well-omened, 00^ 

066068591; propitious, fortunate, ooSq8 

c8f cS^oD^og i8oo^§|Scoi 00066 ooS oi ooio8^ ; 

as, an auspicious time, oocoi 91000308^3^^. 
Au-stere', a. harsh, severe, stern, |,r8r8^i. 
-4us-tere'nes8, Aus-ter'i-ty,w.har8hnes8, ooSoSoo 

Aus'tral, a. southern, oo^oo8880Dodio680o8. 
Au-then'tic, a. genuine, true, ooioooSoocS. 
Au-then'ti-cate, t\ t. to prove to be genuine, ^t 

^^odSoo8^ oppc68ooi oooSbcfib. 
Au'then-ti§'i-ty, w. genuineness, oo^oooSooc8. 
^u'thor, w. yiooioo<j8<fedBfaoS; the writer of a 

book, yiooiuo(^8c55ooioooDSo2^ooSoo83|5b. 
Au-thor'i-ta-tive, a. c8^88 authority; decisive, 

oo^oo888oDSi^^^6iooS. See Authoeity. 
Au-thor'i-ty, w. power, dominion, oo8oood8i,ooS 

oioo^ooS; testimony, witness, ooSo^Soooo8; 

to have authority, oiOD^b, g8^880o8oood 


Au'thor-ize, v. t. oD^oo8oooD8i,oopo5|8. 
Au'thor-ship, n. author ooodSo8coSqi. See Au- 


Au'to-bi-og'ra-pher, n. yiooiooc^8t»(|^o^b. 
Au'to-bi-og'ra.phy, n. o55oooo^ooi(^iaooic^8<jj)i 

Au'to-crat, n. an absolute ruler, c^icoioocS^Ssi 


Au'to-da-fe', n. oioi€>^^jSooS»cgSooooScoioo 

Au'to-graph, n. a person's own writing, ooodS 
f^8oDioo^o^b; an original manuscript, 
c55ooioooD©S(^8o^boDia» ^. 

Au'to-mat'ic, Au'to-mat'ic-al, a. self-acting^ 


Au-tom'a-ton, n. fe8cooooj5ooiooajj80oo8oSooSS 

OOgS^8800C0803^00o88,OoS8iOOTOO Q100 008S 

do,W9lf ; furl,riide, pysfa; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as ah; g as j; g as in get; s as z;z as gz; n as in linger* 

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AVE 86 

Au^tumn (aw'tum), n. (cB^ooijB), the fall, oo^ 

00l|5c8lOD001l009),009)00^QD8 Ss 00^ C^X CfjS 
OOllOOlOO^S^olStOO^cd^ 9I 00 001^ •n 8t CO Q^ 

^a-tum'nal, a. oojScDsSt autumn. See Autumn. 

-4ux-a'ia-ry (awg-zil'ya-ry, w. opSojp#n«i#it, 
o3^c8»nttieii. , a. ooiooc8eiiQi»iiod^. 

A-vail', v. t. to be of use, ooo^^^tcS^. , v. t to 

aid, wi9i\o9^i<^8c8^dS^ajgi8; to avail no- 
thing, oDc^8cx>^oo^oo^,oo8Sooc8^oo|5oo^^ 
ox ;to avail one's 8elfof,o68^SooSooiooo^t 

A-vail', n. use, profit, service, ooajj'[8oo§p ; of 
no avail, ooo(jj|]^8ooc8^ ; avails, proceeds, 

A-vailVble, a. profitable, advantageous, coio 


Av^a-lanyhe', n. c8f cx>5,rBSoDiooQ8pooioDo5i8v88 

8Sb^8^8O9c65885^c8lODO0lb00lO0#l^ cBi 8^ 

8^ooc65opiooG6|Soo5&oD ©iS o© cBi^^ OO Orjjll 
Av'a-ri9e, n^ covetousness, cupidity, coSoDsog 


Av'a-ri'cious, a. covetous, greedy of gain, mis- 
erly, cD8ng|,o2^6Soo8c:8; as, an avaricious 
person, yic»8cgj,c^io}S6SoD8r8. 

A-vast', int. Naut. stop, (5f coS,G8^oDc8S,o6|f . 

A-vaunt', int. begone, depart, 008,008035. 

A've MafTjf n. a prayer to Mary, oo^oolo^oo 


A-venge', v. t. to punish, wxooio9i(^ioooo^b8008; 
to revenge, c^xooiooiodS. See ^8x. og: 00. 

A-venge' ment, n. ooSwxcoiojiooSooi. (rare). 

AVe-nue, n. an entrance,(i5j#ix8 ; a walk or road 
planted with trees, 0^80010008^880^^001 
00000X00S8; a wide street, 9Sooc^o8<5>S. 

A-vSr', V. t. to affirm, oDc8xooy^ooiS,ooc8xtjrfl«|x. 

AVer-age, a. (ooSo^S) oS^^ooSadl^xcSSoooDsoo 
oD^oS§^^oox5ox88|xo8n}xc8xcoi^^ 6^ ^x 088 
yxdoxoof ccny^ooox 9 oo8,oobooox 6 008, 00 

OO^oS^^Q^ 00 008880^08001 d 88 f^^ 00 DoS O 


^S 3 008. , n. 00^|xO800^Sa9O0c88G8S 

oD8c8Sooio9SoooxSxoo8^, ooSo^Si^o^ooSoo 


A-ver'ment, n. affirmation. See Aveb. 
A-vgrse', a. disliking, repugnant, oo8oogB^,oo 


A-ver'sion, n. dislikoy hatred, O9^oooo|5ooo8,o9^ 

A-v5rt', V. t. to turn away, ward off, »xoo8«>S 

A'vi-a-ry, w. ooSoocfiS&yxojPdB^ooof . 
A-vid'i-ty, n. oo8ooioo8^^t^ooS8^8^,8p^S,oo8c^. 
Av'5-ca'tion, n. oo^ooc8^GS^booiooo9oo^oS^ 


A-void', V. t. to refrain from, shun, eschew, 
008^8,09^008^8; as, food or business on 
particular occasions, £^^ooS,<||5ooScjoo^. 

A-void^an9e, n. a shunning, a leaving, eschew* 

Av'oir-du-pois', a. oo^Q0888o9^8ooSooooo^ooiyx 


A-vouch', V. affirm, assert, aver, dbooSoo 

ySc^S ,ooc8xo:gixooS ,ooc8xc8ooS . 
A-vouch'ment, n. declaration. See Avouch. 
A-vow^ V. t. to own, confess, declare, odcBx 

A-vow'al, n. acknowledgment. See Avow. 
A-vul'sion, n. a tearing from, a rending, oo^ 

A-wait', V. t. to wait for, be ready for, og^oo^ 


A-wake', A-wak'cu, v. 8. to waken, f oS^^; to 

bestir, ^xc85,oiSdB^. , v.t. to wake, 

arouse, wx<2oS^|5,dB^hx,wxoiSdB^. 

A-wgrd', V. t. to adjudge, i^^|5,^xo8o6Sf^^oo 

€01. , n. a judgment, a sentence, 

00^ |Sooio wxooSooc8,oo^&^^|5. 

A-ware', a. apprized, 008009^001 ooooSoj^^gS^o 

A-way^ adv. to be absent, cSjSs^oxyOot^^^oSx 
^^x)oo|5; used after verbs, ogS ; as, to go 
away, o08G8^cgS; away with, o6x8SogS,oS 
flgS; I cannot away with it, oooo^oooosc^x 
ooo}x,oDc^^oo<^oo^. See*^. o: 09. 

A,e,if6,u,y»long; a,e,it6,u,y^ short; cAre^ far, l&st, fftll, wh^t; th^re, vgil, tSrm; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

Digitized by 


AWL 37 

Awe, n. reverential fear, oD^^itolo^SStoo^o^s 

AVful, a. inspiring awe^ 0010008^9100000^00 
oo^Ssgi^iyi, 00^091 |S, oo^SopB ; ugly, 
ooti&cocoxcopj (vulgar). 

A-while^ adv. a short time, oo8^,oo8^ooc8^; for 
sometime, oo80iooox8^o5SoD8'i. 

4.wk' ward,a. unskillful, clumsy, oo«ic8io3Sc8i 

«btC0^,OOWlfS Wl|^ OO^X^ ,$21^03^00020009^, ^ 

ooojS^ooo^ ; ungraceful, uncouth, impo- 
lite, odo^^oocx>^oot)6ooooiooj5, ooo^^oooo^ S 

4*wk'ward-ne8s, n. See Awkwabd. 
Awl, w. ootojS. 


Awn'ing, n, ooSc^iggSoyoooi^^Q^^Xi ooS^^aoS^i 

A-wry', adv. obliquely, c^Sgi,ooo2i,65^. 
Ax or Axe, n. eg). 
Axe-head/ n. og)9,og)oo^^. 
Ayi-om, n. a self-evident truth, oo^oocBiooSi 

Ax'is, n. op^. 

Axle, n. axletree, o^jSo^. See Axis. 
Ay, Aye, adv. yea, yes, 001^,0^. 
Aye (h), adv. alwaysi ever, dBc8,ooo20O€8S. 
A-z6te', n. nitrogen, oS(gas) oooocjS coi 00 @i8 

yiocndSioo^. See Nitbogen. 
Az'ure, a. sky blue, cerulean, ^{SjSooc^oolobt. 

do, wQlf ;furl,r{ide, pifsb; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z;;( as gz; n as in ligger . 

Digitized by 




Baa, n. o88s^obid)tc88d3^. See Bleat. 

Ba'al, n. (o^oOj) yiMc|ooi8oooo#S, 

BabTble, v. i. to speak inarticulately, odcSioo 

o^oDogl; to talk idly, prate, o?c8if)8ioaS, 

ooc8i@@oo\ooc8xodS<x>c8odc8. , n. 

idle talk, chatter. See t;. i. 
BaVbler, n. yi^j^ooc8i^18iooS. See Babble. 
Babe, n. a baby, SoajScS^^^. 
Ba'bel, n.(a9ooj) 9Soo<jji^oo6i&cgi«ioDo5^oppyi 

ifl^8^8ooo9c^S. See o8i. oo: c; confusion 

of sounds, coSoDogSoooS^oj^, 
Bab-oon', n. odio^scBs. 
Ba'by, n. an infant, a babe. See Babe. 
B/by-ish, a. childish^ wioooDtSSeosoooSs. 
Bac'ca-lgu're-ate, w. c^ioOioo«\c8o55ooSojpcx>p 

nf2^o^oi88ooaDC|^o9^c8ic8iooio£Soo^o^^ oo 

0}^. See Bachelob, 2d. def. 
Bac'cha-na'li-an, a. riotous, drunken, 001 od 

Bac'cha-nals, n. pi. drunken feasts, ^8ic88i 

001 yicSo^ScBoSsSi otSicoi oo<|2^« 
Bach'e-lor, n. yi8^oD^gloDic»8^op58^^i8«oo|S 

otoopoo J) ; one ^ho has taken the first 

collegiate degree, yiooioo«ic8o55ooSaj|5 


Back, n. the upper or hinder part of an ani- 
mal from the neck to the loins, ^i,^«35, 
oo^^t3&; the hinder part of a thing, ooesS, 
oo^oo^^t3&; the back of things having an 

edge, oooDjx; backside, oosS,^!©. , 

V. t. to support, «i©ii,c»^oo&Hoocx)); to 

back a horse, Bsoooj^. , v. back, 

go backwards, <^iojiooc8S©. , a. in 

the rear, ooiooSooy. , adv. co^<SSh 
cool; to return back, opioooloji. 

Back'bite,r. t. to traduce,i^oji^8i,t^6c8j5oDoox. 

Baok'gam-mon, n. odScSSc^ooo^S. 

Back'ground, w. ground in the rear, oocfiSoDi 
oo^oe^i; obscurity, oo^oDioooo(g)9X9ioo|S. 


B Ick'sh'ish, Back^sheesh, n. Ind. a small pre- 
sent of money, ooS8^o«ooic8^,coib8fiop*. 
Back'sli'de', a. to fall back, apostatize, oS#Sc8i 


Back' ward, arft;, to go backward, qtopioocSS©; 
to fall backward, cSioool^i; in a contrary 
or reverse manner; as, to read backward, 

o«ooo)o55. , a. reluctant, averse^yib 

ooiooaD8ooc8|5,coiooQioofS; dilatory, 00100 
QiooSocj^iocj|i,«iooS85§585§5; dull of in- 
tellect, inapt, oo8coi,oo8oo9|5oDc8^; behind 
in time, late, G8^c6idbS,|oo^]^83o^oo^oofioi 


Bi'con, n. pickled pork, cB8gof ooio§coioSa)|5 

B id, a. evil, vicious, naughty, wi ,000010008; not 

good, 009x00^; diseased, ill, fio1b,oo3j^oof; 

bad-tempered, oooo8oooxootooo1, ooiooib. 
Badge, n. a mark, a token, oo^of ^yOo^Qtf |5. 
Biid'ger, w. ^,(c §805^0 aSoj)cp{58cBS8oOio&ojSoo 

8ic8xoSog^ooo25cfi8ooojS. , t^. < to 

worry, pester, qxooSooSoo^. 
B id'i-nage, n. playful fcalk, ooSooc8xc85c^. 
Bad'ness, n. evil, wickedness, 00^001,00^0091. 
B iffle, V. t to defeat, hinder, oj|5b6o88ao«*xcoi 

Bag, n. a sack, 001^; the udder, qo^8c:8^Soo2^. 

, v.^toputinthebagjOiaSajooi^^x. 

Bag'a-telle', n. a trifle, ooSoo8SoocSjSooS,ooSoo 

o^|8oo€6^;agame, ooxc85(^ooSooooc<j5. 
Bag'gage, n. y\c6xooS(pooS&ooSdB8,aoSc8^ooS5ii, 

ooSooQOixootS^ ; a low woman, a strum- 
pet, «bob^{5, 
B.ign'io(ban'yo), n. bath-house, 00^0^^00018; a 

brothel, a stew, <bdb^^o9^c8|5ooo5^. 
Bag'pipe, n. a musical instrument, (^ixooooS^ 


B lil, V. t. to liberate on security, «xcj^<^8bcoi yi 

-ate,i,6,il,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, la8t,f§ll, wh^t; thSre, vsilitSrm; pique; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 



dip out as \^ater, o8dS^ogSo6,o^i^ngSo6. 
f ^.(^lO^^S^ooQDt; the amouut pledg- 
ed by a surety, ecoi(^io^oQODtoooo^u9|5b. 
BaiFiff, n. o8oo#^ooioo(£^88oo^8CDiooao8^|So^|S 
ojj5o1ooo5o8^ooo3aj^ODod)oSoi,§S»oo^ 08^ 
oo^oSq^oi, Ss 001 §^ • 00^ oosSt C/lODl 00 cx>^ 
o9^(S^c88(Sioo9^8tooi|^oo^S^ gS^Sioo^s 


B it|n.alure,o3^x^. ,v.i.cxjj8c8poo^oo^;to 

feed on the road, {^8€8^Qo^8rS^8oo80^oDi 
0006100^88(6^098 091 c^oooi ^S ; to worry 
by dogs, (^88oDicg^,q8oojSooicg^. 

Baize, n. OD8aoco8ooiooo^8ooooo^S. 

Bike, vjt. o^SooS,ooj5ooioo5. 

Bike'house, n^SaoSooc5^pDSo3io9^ooo5^. 

Bake'ineats, a^Sg^ooioa^ltS^^dijOO^g^nopuo. 

Bik'er, n. yi«icB^8. 

Bik'e-ry, n. See Bakehouse. 

BHl'a-chong, n. g|5a^j5,co8^o^|S,c8^oDc^SoDc8i 


B il'anye, n. a pair of scales, 8i8S,8i^i,8\ooiS 
SiS^; equipoise, oo^dSoboSsoSsiOD^sSoDixsi 
06088088; overplus of weight, excess, ooS 
ooc^^GS|5booioo^ doo^ 00 i^iy ; the difference 

between accounts, •^ooooScSiaS. jV.t. 

to weigh in a balance, i}^8(^d8^oo^88ooQOi 
06088088, ^10800^ 8^idboS8o88 ; to compare, 
cS^oo^iooS*— , V. 8. to be equal, coiob 
o88oS8,oo1dbo88o88; to hesitate, 0088800^. 

B J'co-hy, n. an uncovered porch, c^^8ooio3 


ooo2^co|5, oe^Qio^nbooi 0^1^01^, OdO^[82B^ 

001 c^iooogS r8ooS88fl8^i'oo2P ooo080o8S. 
Bald, a. 8^C8x,8^agi,8^(^. 
B§ld'ness, w. want of hair. See Bald. 
Border-dash, n. any worthless mixture, ooS 

c^c)|)Opioooooo5§oocicoiioof; nonsense, 

B§rdrick, n. an ornamented shoulder-belt, 

c8^ooc88oeQ5ooooiooiuS^oo^io8oo j[8 00 e 00 


39 BAK 

Bale, n. oo^dB^o83|5,o|Soo^o9iooc8^; as, a cotton 
bale, o^ooc8^o88|5; calamity, sorrow, 00^ 

§Soo^aoS,oo^02^of'^'^<*~'*^' ^* '• V<^ 

Bale'ful, a. woful, ooioo{|^8008o^8yi, ooioo«^80d^ 

Bftlk, V. ^ to frustrate, baffle, Qioo88xooSojjSd8p 
o8c8i,Qic088ioo^^^oo^, QiooooocPoo^, G3o66 

ooSooSoiooc^. , V. i. to stop abruptly 

in one's course; as, the horse balks, g8|5 

Bjll, n. ooScjji^ooQOi^jOohojooo^i; aballforcan- 
noH, ^5oo^,«fi[5oo|S; a dancing enter- 
tainment, ooSbxoDoSS^. 

Ball'room, n. a dance-room, ooSbioocS^^ooc&S. 

Bal'lad, n. a song, oSScoIooodojScoi (^x8S^S(^^8. 

Ballast, n. ooSc8^coi^8xoDdB8x,ooSs»e30iooioowi 

oiSoooiSodSooSio^. , V. t. OOX800l|j8x 


§8^x^001 o5(gas)6oooDdB^o^iooSo88ooo88. 

Bal'lot, n.a vote,©88^ooiooSoo8S,ooSttjooiooSooi 

oooo^c^8ooSxoo"i©88. , V. i. to vote, ^ 

001 00^1 odc^8(^x oeeiooi 08880000^ . 

Balm, w. a kind of fragrant plant, ooSoooo^j 
00000^5; a fragrant gum, ooSo^tcoioojn^ 
c8ia8oDooo;j5; any thing that relieves 
pain, ooSoDttxoiooiooQxcBgSooiooSool, ooS 

Balm'y, a. soothing, ooS«xoood8S balm ooo8». 

Bal'sam, n. ooSocj8^i^ooioocgxc8xbcx)ic»Sooc8x. 

B tl-sam'ic, a. odS«xoooo86 balsam 00088. 

B il'us-ter, n. o^ balustrade ooooSodoS. 

BnFus-trlde, n. ooS^^5^58. 

Bam-boo', n. o^. 

Ban, n. public notice, ooSq^8coc8|JooS; an inter- 
dict or curse, c55 ooS d&|5, od5 08 co6 oA. 
I t*. t. dB^c8iooS,o5ooi ban 00800S. 

Ba-na'na, n. ooog,oon§oooDc^. 

Band, w. a fillet or any narrow ligament with 
which a thing is encircled, oo^o5SooS,ooS 
flgitoSoo^, oo^o8oo^8oo6ooS, ooSoocoSooS; a 

di>,w9lf ; furl,rude, pysh; e.%,0. silent; 5 as s; ^h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 9 as z;s as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 


BAN 40 

company of persons united, yi^cSSooodt 

00^; as, a band of robbers, yioD^SooSoo^. 

, V. t. to associate, confederate, u- 

nite, o^cSSQicfSoo^. 
Band'age,w. a swathe, ooSoS«g5ooio»D5oo^8oo^, 

, V. t. o5oo^oo^ooiooSo5tg^. 

Band'box, n. oocoletSooa^cfSooiSS^^OdoDiioo 

tS^ooi 00^008^. 
Bin'dit, n. ; pi. bandits or banditti, yico^SS. 
Ban'dy, v. Uto beat to and fro, c8Sddo1ojiooS58 

00S8; as, to bandy words, o9c8ic§c85oood«. 
Ban'dy-leg, n. a crooked leg, 8pop^,8p§. 
Bane, w. poison, ooS^poDS^ooioo^ioSyi ; any 

fatal cause of mischief, a pest, oo^s^ic^cS^ 

ooS^iooS^^; ruin, ooSgioosSioaS. 
Bane'fal, a. poisonous, noxious,^i8ioo^^ooS^^, 

Bang, V. t. to beat, thump, Soo^icS^oo^ 9^100^8 

00^; to bang about, 8c8S§x8iooS. , n. 

a narcotic drug, coc&^^xcococx^. 

Ban'gle, n. a bracelet, ^c^i,oo^|S,o65pc8S8i ; 
an anklet, 8^c^i. 

Banian (b&n'yan), n. an Indian tree, the ban- 
^|kn,^i^; an under vest, eoooScoSoDOdo^S. 

Ban'ish^ t;. t. to drive away, d8dBj5ng5; as, from 
one's country, ificS^cgSyiajoooirSSoi. 

Ban^sh-ment, n. oo^oo|S(£G8^ogS820o8c6ao8r8^. 

Ban'is-ter, n. See Balubteb. 

Bank, n. a mound of earth, <BSS^QpfS^dS ; 
a high shore, ooi^,odi^c:8i,o3i^o9|^io6s; a 
shoal, oS^,oS^8^ ; an establishment for 
keeping, loaning and issuing money, 09^ 
oSr8ieodooi8,c^ioS§^fOoc8^,oooo9it.— «-*, 
V. t to raise a mound^ g^bdB^cBS. 

Bank'-bUl, n. a bank-note, f ooG5S,G5Sf . 

BaQk'er, n. (^loiif ooifoois^ioooi. 

BjtQk'rupt, n. an insolvent debtor, ytooiooooyS 
dBjSSicStc^ibodo^oo^oDoi. , a. insol- 
vent, coio^m^'^^^^^^^^^- 

Bank^rupt-law, n. oDU^^|Soos|to9^ioooD^ 


Bank'-stock, n. ©coiyioSrBxoo^8oooDcjioS8SbS 

Ban'ner, n. a flag, an ensign, 0900^,02^80000^. 
Ban'nock, n. cS^odo^^odooo^. 
Banns, v. pi. ooS<|iojc8^ooScoiyi5oia>(fe88ioi. 
Ban'quet, n. a feast, coScSpo9S^oo^, ,v. t. 

to feast, <»ioo^g8^oo^c6oq^. 
Ban-quette', n. a raised way, r^8ooiooc8ScBo3bi. 
Ban^tam, n. QBaDc6o3ooo2S,od^<2^88(S|S8too8^ 

Ban'ter, v. t. to rally, joke, odc8ic85c^ooS,ooc8x 
gooS. ,n. humor, ooSooc8ic858pc8Sc^. 

Bant'ling, n. a bastard, 8oo^c8|5|^,8cdi. 

Bap'tism, n. ooSojji; the ordinance of Christain 
baptism, oo^o^iyxooiooooio^8sSS8 038 88^ 
00 ox 00 ^i ; the plentiful efiFiision of the 
Holy Spirit, 8f9^ooo3iooioDi88^,oo^(i»xo2|i 
yiooioo«88^; the overwhelming sufferings 
of Christ, 00^810^1. See w. jo: ju 

Bap-tis^mal, a. a>|Se30t8too^ajgiooadc^Sooop^. 

Bap'tist, n. yio^io&S,(^io^io9S. See w. ^: o. 

Bap'tis-ter-y, n. o9Soj|io6ooc8Sooioo^5(|^ioS9i, 

Bap-tize', v. t. to immerse, dip, 0^1 b 001 o5 ; to 
administer baptism, o^iyiooio^SsSSsoosS 
s^odoiod^i. See ot. jo: oe. 

Bar, n. the bar of a fence 6v gate, ooS(»cS,ooS 
c8|So5SooSo^; a barrier, ooS@w5ooS;a 
shoal at the entrance of a river, o8|Sc8^^ 
060^0000^; an inclosure where cases are 
tried in court, o9^c§iood[too€B^ 001^^1^08^ 
oSe^SoSSsooS; the body of lawyers, yi^t 
|j58oo^; the bar of a tavern, &c. ooSoocfiS 

^yxc)o)o9^c8^oo^(fic8^Qib. , V. t. obi 

o^tx:)68to3^9oc8; to obstruct, @qoS,qio5S 
CDS,Ql^i coS, QiooSfoS. 

Barb, w. oooji; as, the barb of an arrow, ^Soo 
nji; the barb of a fish-hook, oo^oooooji, 

, t?.^.tfl(i8^c8^O0^0000091,Wl8t3d00Opi. 

Bar^ba-caUyn. GBSo9ooo^Sooiadc8^ooi9^8^oo9ii. 

Bar-ba'ri-an,n. a foreigner, Ohs. (^iod8c8^S8; a 
savage, yi6xooo^p8; a cruel, brutal man, 

i,e,i,6.u,y,long; a,e,it6,u,y, short; eftre, far. l&Bt,f§U, wh?t; th^re, vfiil, tgrm; pique; done, f6r, 

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Bar'ba-rTsm, n. an uncivilized statei savisigisro, 

Bar-bar'i-ty, n. savagery, cruelty, ooSoSicjiS, 

Bar'ba-rous, a. barbaric. See Babbabity. 

Bar'be-cue^ u. t. oD^8q,<§^8^. ] n. yi8S^^ 

c8|5oDc8t(Soocdftoa^ooo^oo«>ic8j^8i80^ 8 SS 

Barbed/ a. having barbs^ oS^Stoooonji. 

Bar'ber, n. (^ic^io8^fi^©|5«jp4 

Bird, n« a poet and a singer, yaoofS. 

Bare, eu naked, dS^o^^so, <38^dd|Sf i ; open, 
exposed, €6^cjj1,€8j54D8,^^05'k,c6^o?ioooji,i 
cB^ o^iooSf dB^o^te3;mere, alone, o^,d3|S^J 

, V. ^.^ to niAke natedjOD^cSiooo^o^ 

oSt; to uncover, Q9ic8^oo^69«od7,o5(g1cSpy 

Bare'fa^ed, a« 8kainele8S,.^<^,<^S^^«o>o^. 

Bare'foot, a. S^oj^ao*^;^-*— , adt/. cot»8^oj|S 
oo; as, to go barefoot, obtoDio^S^o^^^^ 

BAre'-head-ed, a. (»Qp6^9^i^oyS^,£^<^^^^. 

Bare' -legged, a. 8^c6i8^aj^. 

Barely, odr^only, merely, ob, o6ob ; as, I have 
barely one rup«e, O3eo8^66oc>a>i8i. 

Bar'gain, n. a contract of sale, (^\8o)oo^yiooS 

to contract, agree, o^cSicBSo^osieoDioo 

Barge, n. ^t8^coiooc8pc^*coi; a boat of 

state, ^anoS^39<6^8ic8ibaococ<2S« 
Bark, n. a^^ot; the inner surface of bark, oo^ 

dicoajjiif ,op^ooo2&do o^t ; a small ship. 

See Babqus.p , v. t. to strip oflF the 

bark, a^og5o&tJ8,d3$o§Sooet. — — , t>. i. 

to bark as a dog, Sioc^. 
Bar'ley, n. (ooHoSi) o^cSi* 
Barm« n. yeast, O3^oooo^c6ao:^90o8t. 
Barn, n. abx>jooiyioiaS<:^SoSoi,ooop^y'ioi,«o^8 

8taj8i8i|^^|^io5ooi»(^i. (coStaiS.) 
Bat'na-cle, n. @i,^^ooo90^Scx)i oo o^$ toS oo oas 

Ba-rom'e-ter, n. (oo^{5«ooi^) o^Sc8|SoDo5itdoc8i 

41 BAS 

* o30DiSooi)Oi oStbo) ooiool . 
Bir'on, n. (ooS^iS) yio6j5oc558ooa8^oi8^oooo 

Bar'on*ess, n. baron o» J). 

Bnr'on-et, n. (oo^cj^j) yiobf oo558ooo8jSoi8^coi 

Ba-rou^he' (ba-roosh), n. of^aDoojSoowSooooiooi 
oo^scS^o^KSiooo^Si^iS^oooDooo^SaM oog8|5 
Siooogj (oo58)c^So9^. 

Bftq^er^ n^ a bark, a kind of small ship, oocS 
ooioogS^S80oooSo|2§ooic{j^^, qd^^ooc^^ 
0D1 00 l>oo<ig|SfSo8^oo9^o:>^8i. 

Baj/rack, n. yiajsSooepcB^a^gS^. 

Bar^rel, n. oDooio^jf ^; ^ tube, og; a gun-bar-" 
rel, 4dB,o58^5*ooc8,of 8S.— , v.t. oSjS 


B^r'ren, f^. not bearing young, unprolific, ojS 
8; unfruitful, oood|?c8^od^; sterile, poor, 
as land, eoS^eodB ; producing nothing, 

Bar'ren-ness^ n. sterility. Bee Babben. 

Bir'ri-cade', n. ooSoD^oooieoSq^jSolooo^. , 

1^. ^to obstruct, oo^oooi^oSaJSoloof^. 

Biir'ri-er, n. any obstruction, oon@coSooS,oD^ 
' o6S«x>SooS,oq^§od5c5S. 

Bar'ris4;er, n. a lawyer, ^8^^8^8^oaoi. 

Btir'rftw, w. a castrated hog, cBadS^. 

Bar't^, 1. 1. to give in exch nge, obcSSc^SodS 
€01.— — , «. interchange of commodi- 
ties, exchange, ooS(^c65ooS. 

Base, w. the bottom of anything, oo8f>,ooS^c68, 

do^^^v. , V. t. oScSiooS^dSs. , a. 

mean, vile, low, oDSoofooicopcS, oo^oooS 

Base'-bOrn, a^ illegitimate, ooSc8^(^^^88ooSoi 
00^, of low birth, yt§j5oo8,yac8i«^iSoo8. 

^se'less, a. oo(!8^8ooS^^^8po&8. 

Base'menii, n. aoSoo8pb58ooGfti,oo^oo8oo5ooc8i. 

Basg'neps, n. ineannoss. vileness. See Base, a, 

Ba-shaw', n. (od^) a pacha;, ytoaiSo5i8Doo8^ 


B^fa^fal,a.£^8ham^,^s9t; mode8t,o&«c^oo8^S. 

dj>,w9lf;furl,rude,p98h; e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; ^h a8 8b^gaftj;gasmget; s a82;xaeg2; nasinlinger.^ 

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Ba-gil'iconi n. a kind of ointment, oiS^'^tCoc&^ 
o^c^iQiooino^ c8t»ooioa^c^|So88too^of tooW. 

Ba§'i-li8k, n. a cockatrice, c^SdSoooDojS. 

Ba'sin, n. a kind of dish, cSSod^Sp; a basin 
in a stream of "water, ogS; a small pond, 
eg; a basin in a rock, (x>^c8ia>i|S,oo^c8ioa 
001^; a small bay, o6o^(^i^i. 

Ba'sis^n. a support, (x>^oo8^o6t. See Bass, n. 

Bask, V. t. Stoo) 0^1,8(28001 • 

Bas'ket^n. (of different kinds), fS,cS^,^S,c{,e^, 

Bass, n. Mu9. mSo:ithpcocxficoo^\. 
Ba8S,n.g2^oooDo^S: akindof wood,c^^ooooo{S. 
Bass'^vi'ol, n. o^^otS^ooioocfi^odooo^^oooiiicS 

Basre-lief (ba-re-leef ),n. See £elibf, 1st. def. 
Bas-soon^ n. a musical instrument, ^et8^oo§. 
Bas'tard, n. an illegitimate child, yioioD^S. 

, a. spurious, false, ooiooooojSodco 

d^oD^; illegitimate, oOiootnoa^. 
Biste, v.t. to beat, cBSoo^fioo^; to moisten 

with dripping, Qix^S^o3^oo^oDio8,80ib 

Bas^ti-nade^, Bas'ti-na'do, v. t. to beat the soles 

of the feet, c8^yio©8f ^cot,<6VjoS ooi ^^ 

<6Sot8f . , n. o3Sc8Syio©8f gjlooi. 

Bas'tion (-yun), n. cSSoDooogS. See Bulwabk. 
Bat, n. 0^, cB^dooo^S; a stick used in playing 

ball, f^8cDiyic8^ooS(gi^oDooi^oo8^. 
Batch, n. 09^ oo|S e^S oo ods oo ^ ; as, a batch of 

bread, cB^coiyioj^ood^. 
Bath, n. ooSo{^o6,o^^o6ooG8^,o3^o^Odc8i. 
Bathe, v. t. O2^o6,c2^o6o^^^,^ooc8icoio6^i. 
Bath'ing-room, n. Oito2^o6,oito}c8ioo8^. 
Barton, n. a staff; as, a field marshal's baton, f S 

cBtcBoocoo^Scoi odQ^yioocSSodc^oooo^oSp. 
B&t'ta, Hind. oQ^f^^ooiooo2tod6bod88p. 

^,009^ 8t 0)0^ ^00^1 80oc8^coi ooooc^tod^ oo8S« 

Bat-t&l'ion, n. a body of troops, 02*S|ietc8iooaDt 

OOfStOOf ,00fODfG8^b 300 09^1, 000 oof t« 

Bat^ten, n* o^oo^ojStoft^b. , v. t. to batten 

down, Qio^ioo^ooi batten, to make fast, 

ojp6ooooc8po8b. , V. i. c8^dBSo8dB^. 

Bat'ter, v. t. to bruise, break down, c8ic8itj5i, 
BodScBi. , «. soft dough, ooSc8|S(X)Sc8 

001 000$) O^SoOO^tSf OD^ OOC^lOOOl 00 (9^ . 

Bat'ter-ing'-ram, n. qd^ooo2^oo8ic8ioSoSoo8^ 
Bat'ter-y, n. oo^odc8^^yioSG8|S^S(<»^S)odooc^i, 

^StOc8S,OO^c6S,03^8, OO^ODfl, crSSy co\coXj 

Bat'tle, V. f . to fight, ^too^,(^to^. , n. a coitt- 

bat, a conflict, o9^q|KfiScx>ic8Sooo9». 

Bat'tle*az, n. ngli^to^t. 

Bat'tle-door, n. an instrument for play, qd^cBS 

Bat'tle-ment, n. a breastwork, cBScoio^iSoS^S 

Bgu'ble, B§w/ble, w. oo^ooooiaacbcoiong^oix^ 


Bgwd, n. 8S^^coiooo^o^cb<{|SQooDO{$od8^. 
Bgwd'y, a. obscene, unchaste, oD^ooioo^dB. 
Bgwl, V. t r8too2cS8oc8,cBtcoiooa:c2^ot8|S. 
Bay, n. (09), a gulf, 8^c6|Soji^n^i; oj^'o^ooojS. at 

bay, yioot^jSoodlcfi^QOi^^SStdSiStootdB^ogS 

ooopoo^oit he has him at bay; yV. i. 


to bark as a dog, 9\qoS. , a. brown, 

as, a bay he rse, od^^8io^. 
Bly'-salt, n. seansalt, S^db^oSoo^. 
Bay'-wm'dow, n. d^^dS^ooootcoibgSooc^^n 


Bay'o-net, n. cSodf^ooiocScS^cSiooio^ooSt fl. 
, t\ ^^8oScx>So>i bayonet. 

Ba-eaar', n. a market place, ^. 

Be, V* u S^jQ^ ; to be still, S^d^^ ; to be true, 
o^; to be about to go, ojtStcocbi ; though 
it be so, Q^oo^oo^ ; be it so, oSosopcx:)iS. 

Beach, n. the shore, strand, S^cb^^ioo^a^. 

Beached, a. ooioo8^d8^oo^Sog beach od88^. 

Bea'con, n. a signal light, oo^oo8iooioo^y\oDdB 

Bead, n. d, 0681^81. 

i,e,i,dt8»y,long; a,S,i,5,U|j^, short; cfire, far, l&8t,f§ll, wh^t; th6re,yfiil,t£rm; pique; done, fbr. 

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BEA 43 

Beck'on, iv t. ajiSo^Sf^oS^jOSffii^. 

Bea'dle, n. a servitor, 8c8Sc8S,o8f oooo^c^iooioo 

Bea'gle, n. og^oococ^Sooioo^gSc^iobStodSodot. 

Beak, n. the bUl of a bird, ^t,c8^^to6S^t ; the 
beak of a vessel, oDcdg^S^dSt^. 

Beak^er, n. a large cup, f Sifioo^etS^oocoo^S. 

Beam, n. o^iiO^ISo^tc^; the beam of a balance , 
oodB; the beam of a looin, o^ioo^SS, ooS 
8^ S\ ; the beam of a plough, c8^@|Sc8, 

m^S. , V. shine, oo8ic8^,c6io9 


B3am'7, a, radiant, coiadao8idB|S|CoioooDgSc8p, 
GDI oo(^idB|S; bright, as gold, oo^^dS^. 

Bean, n. ocSijcSco^. 

Beftr,n. the animal, ooic^; the constellation of 

the Great Bear,oo^aocS. , v. t. to sup- 

porti carry, c8G8^,8SdB^,G6dBpix)S,dBt,<2,i; 
to bear about one's person, fecoiooBi; to 
bear or carry astride the back, c^; to bear 
on the head, c8; to bear ^ith a yoke, dBt; 
toendure, 8i,oj^S,8p;to bear fruit, o^^dB^; 
to bear young, give birth, flSp^,a&t#V, as 
animals, §cSi; to bear a hand, Qieii; to 
bear Avitness, o^|SS|SooaDt; to bear a price, 

GS|S8too^i. , V. i. to bear \vith pa- 

tience,5aDt^icBtooo3t:to bear up as under 
affliction, o2^oi^cD^to^i,aDtodoot8ioo^. 

Beard, n. beard of the face, ^^^ ; beard on 
the ears of corn, o^?^^^'^*^^^' 

beard on grain, o^oo^^. , v. t. to pull 

the beard, o^ t o^ d^^ ; to oppose to the 
face, ^^Sod^^i. 

Beardless»a. without a beard, oDcS^Stooo^o^^. 

Be&r'er, n. a carrier, yi85oDS; a porter, yicStoo^. 

BeAr'ing, n. manner, mien, behavior, oocB^oo 
^t,oooo^oSooo2^0M09, 00 00 (^ o ot ; situa- 
tion as to the point of the compa8s,8o{88i 

Be&r'ish, a. like a bear, cSioSooio^, o^^* 
Beast,n.a brute,Qo^8cB^S,Qo^oo8^(^S8; a filthy 
person, yioO'UDoSiooSwioo^aD03^CD^,yiQ$i 


Beast'ly, n. like a beast, idle, filthy, 8co^8ffi^ 
ooc2^oooo^ooo8t,o5ic2io^|«9l fOo^i oo^dB. 

Beat,t^.^. to strike, whip, c8S»oi,8,b,coi,5S,d8,}jj, 
o^i; to strike (as an instrument of music), 
§Soi; to hammer, 88t||S8t8t; to agitate, 
stirup,$^ibiooi^,q^i^icSi; to beat, as water 
or wind, oSo^^^i cx)q5i0|oo^; to beat as a- 
gainst the wind, c6ioo^id8aDQ$t.— Beat 
time, 6S^coi;^iioo^— Beat against, 8oo^, 
o|a>|5^— Beat down, 8c8i«5i,8c8i§S,— 
Beat down the price, cheapen, cSSooyi.— 
Beat in (as rain), cbtoo^.^-Beat out, 8od 

o^jjS, 8dBd^Qb^dB^. , n. a stroke, a^ 

blow, oa^8oocfi,o5St8Sootfi,oD^6S^ooc8. 

Be'a-tif ic, Be'a-tif i-oal, a. imparting bliss, ooi 

Be-at'i*fy, v. t. to give heavenly bliss, (^tf^^yi 
coif 8^oD^^S,«9i ^SyiQff 8|5oo^^Soo^i. 

Be-at'i-tude, n. the highest bliss, odS^Sod^oii, 
ooSc8^9i,aD^o8^^dBSytob.9: Q-oi.d6boao8t* 

Beau (bo), n. a fop, SjSQO^^coiod^g^odooiooo^ 
oooot 001 oo^ooeSoocDi ; lady's suitor. See 


Beau'-ide'al,w. Fr. OD^oot35oocoicoib^ibcoio«8 

Beau-Monde, fi.jPV. people of fashion, yiooiw 

oooDiooc^oooptSooo^^oocD^ c6c85ooo3tooo9t^ 
BeaiVto-ofls, BeaiVti-ful, a. t35coi,oi. 
Beau'ti^fy, d. t. Qit)5^iooidB^,yioDODinoobd8S. 
Beau'ty, n, grace, loveliness, aj^t)5oo^coi,o3^* 

ogS^S^,oo^D5oD\9i; a beautiful woman, 

85^^ort)5oocDi ,8S<{^oooi. 
Bea'ver, n. ^oDODC^SdS^oDirBSoooSc^ooi ; a hat 

made of beaver's fur, ^o^ooioowtbcot 

Be-calm^ t;.^. to calm, as the wind,wioc)o5iop5, 
ooo5iu6coa^^; to becalm the mind, q^t^S&t 

Be-c^uge', conj. for this or that reason, »iootS 
|^8t,oo|^8t,odo^SoSi; because of, ooc8; be-* 
cause of what? o^ooo^Sc6^,q^q|\9oc8g6^. 

Beck, n. a sign of calling, oD^o:j)iSaj)S8po^9x, 

dOyWplf; furl,ri}de,.p9sh; e.t.o. silent;.9.a8s; 9h as sh;ga»j; g as inget^s as zfs asgzf g aain^ linger. 

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]^e-cloud', V. t. to obscure, qx 6t,«i2>«coi ,»ic8icx>$j^. 

Be-c6me^ v. i. to enter into some state, arise, 

ob,cfedB^,c8^dB^,c8^^ , v. t. to suit, 

befit, accord with, gi8St,9i3t,oo^b« 

Bod, n. a couch, c8^q; a compartment in a 
garden, Qo^oocS^oo8i8ioaiQOOD^o3^0D(^Soo 
€8i(£.i§3Stoaoc2^c88(g8c8i09^<oio9^i; the 
bed of a rivei;, c6c^oofi>9i,ooo^opogSooS ; 
the hollow in which something rests, coS 
G8inc>adiooiooSo;j}iioo^coioo^i; a layer, 
stratum, t^^S^o^oxoi.— — -, vj. to place 
securely, oSd8ieoS90cj8^i')Sc3i6Soo^^. 

5^ed'-cham'ber„ w. oitooioSooio^^i. 

Bed-clothes, n. o3^80Dic8^osn9o88^ad8^. 

^Bd'feHow, «* yiQCpcBtt^i. 

Bed' post,. n. cSHootooog^* 

3Sd'rid, Bed'rid-den, a. confined to the bed, 
oo^eSiyiooi ooc^ocic^^tf bSscS^c^cS. 

5ed'room, n. See Bed-chambbb* 

Bed'stead, n. a bed, w, c8S6, oocb^.* 

;^ed'-tick, n. cS^^^cdS^o&coi^ooiooSgSoo^S^ycSi 

Bcd'time, w. co^ooodcS^ooiocd^o, 
Be-dftuV, v:t, ^o besmear,. wiop^ooi^ocBi. 
Bed'ding, n. 00^00201 ioo«8^ooPt30888c8Sfid8So1. 
[^e-deck^, v. t. to adorn, w\e3$<^icpi,w%o9ooicoob. 
Ba-dewS t;. ^. aiCD^8^88o8to6. 
Be-dim', v.i. to obscure, darken, 4»i9t,moi^S. 
BedAz'ea^ v. L to make taw dry ,^a^^^,86too@^. 
9£d'lam, n.a road-house,c6^coii/i<2||S(]6^.ooTa»^\. 
Be-drag'gle, v. <, cflioo@ii,oo^g[5conS^8^oD^p. 
Be-drench', v. t. to drench, soak, q80o^8^,«i 


;pee>' w, 00^, (^ oioacgi, 
Bee'-bread, w. oo^oojS. 
Bee'-hive,w, oo^oi. 
Beech, n. c^^oxoo^ScBlScDirS^^^fSooS. 
Beef, n.pL beeves, c^,8iea; the flesh of oxen, 
cfJjS g^ ; beefsteak, o^SgS?*?* Siwg^p. 
Beer, n. (o5odi^) oo^ooooiyi^iboDi malt, ocSqi 

CO89^(^^00^8^8t00f l^lbcOlO}^ 0000^90 c8 88 

Boes'-wax, n. iS8,oo^«8t. 

44 BEG 

Beet, n. (qSi) o^od^o^^iododo^^ 

Bee'tle, n. the insect, od Sc5i8fO^coi0dGS^88w 

Qt^^t^^,Oe8SjSoc^^«»l0003il$OD^nf09o88, gi, 

<j^^t, ^ SSiS^StoD^S^oSf boooDojiBox)^ ; a 
large mallet, f(>88889t8^,f ^8:9^088^. 

Beeves,* pf beef, d|)^oo^,8id80}|S. 

Be-fair,i;. t. to occur to, oq^odS. , v.i. <»itoaot» 

Be-fit', V. t. to fit, suit, §1888,9181. 

Be-fore', adv. in front of, ooigl,ooioob5g1; in 
presence of, oDioo8io68,coiop(]6^ ; preced- 
ing in time, previous, €8,o8#n,®^ooc8. 

Be-fore'time^ adv. cDi^nooioD«ii,ooio68ooid8. 

BQ^fdre'ba^d,, adv, previously, o6jii\; fore- 
, handed, S^S^tBp^. 

Be-foul^, V. t. to soil, Q\o:>pa^i,9\t{%Q\coa:>,^. . 

Be-friend, v. t. to f^vor, benefit, aid, wan, 03^ 

Be-fringe', v.t. to ftirnish with fringe, ai8809 

Beg, V. t. to ask in charity, eocS^oD^, 0900^00803 
g§i, v^coS. See'c^i. 36: ^; to entreat, im- 
plore, «ooo^8. , v.t. to beg pardon, 

«oc8io©oo8; to ask for; as, he begged the 
body of Jesus, vos^SogSp. See Qt. j c|^: 90. 

Be-get^ V. t. to generate, as a father, gS^S,^! 
c6^c8^; to produce, ^z^c8p,^tfBpS^. 

Beg'gar, n. ojSot^Io^ tj^iojefl^sSoo^- r-, v. t 

tQ impoverish, ^i^i»\oDS,tfioDriSwtoo1«S. 

Beg'gav^yi adv. o38SoDjS,^§foo5DDS.H ,a, 

poor, mean, despicable, o5C5«coo9t, 0815 
cSvpoi, od&^opaQooG@^a3^i <£^8o>^§^oo^ 
oo5. See oocoi. ^; «. 

Beg'gar.y, n. oD^oop^poD^B^: 

Be-gin', V. commence, start^ ©•dB^,tti 

Be-gin'ning,n. commencement, origin, soUrca, 

008^(^ t ,98<j6^d8,QQO%^c68,008^ 00^. 

Be-g&d', V. t. to gird, o5odS,o5SooS,ooodS, 
Be-gone', inter, go away, a>8,oo8c^. 
Be-gnme', v. t to soil badly, <^ioopOQioo^d3s» 

Be•grudge^ v. t to envy, grudge, aosop^ oot 


Mfi»6,(i,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cAre^ far. lafit,f§ll, wh^t; th^re, v§il, term; pSque; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 





Be-guile', v. t. to wheedle, deceive, c^odoc^od 

Be-half, w. benefit, account, interest, o©8S; as, 

pray in my behalf, e)0^^oDScoicx>8S. 
Be-have', v.t. to conduct one's self, cgsoas, oS 

a>8,q^8cglc8^oot; well-behaved, oDq^cfiioSS. 
Be-hav'ior, n. conduct, deportment, ooSoSoo 


Be-head', v. t. c^cgSooS^jS^cgSooS^. 

Be'he-raoth, «.(o5oo85) the river-horse, ooc^^oo. 

Be-hest', n. command, ooS«ic8S,oc>So8^oo^d8. 

Be-hind', adv. backward, coicSSs; remaitfing, 
cSf c8i(fe5, q8j5o8 ; not keeping up, c^ioo 
^1, q8j5c8 I o65coi o ,08^05^001 s> . 

Be-hold', V. %. to look, see, ogS, og^ogS. 

Be-hold'en, ^. a. obliged, ^^ooSoDiyi«ieiiooSoo 
t8 ; as, I am beholden to the teacher for 
my house, oo^^ooo5jScoioo6^^«i©iiooiooo3. 
Be-hoof,w. advantage, ooSajj-^gjOoSooQ^ooeS. 
Be-hoove', v, t. to be necessary to do, c8iod|S, 
Qi8«i, oi«ioo^«i ; as, it behooves you, 
ooSc8ioo{5^i,^od|5«i ; as, thus it behooved 
Christ to suflfer, co^Ss. ojj8. j 98 96. 
Be'iDg, n.(:A6ip) any living existence, oo^cS^, 
a)Sd3^88{»0380D^. , adv. since, Ols. 

B3it so, a phrase of supposition; as, suppose it 
to be so, oSQio©oo8StjS88 ; or of permis- 
sion; as, let it be so, 5oooDc8^opb6^6oooD^, 

Be-lrVbor,r.<.to beat, c8S^8f8,8^8^8,d8^8^8,c8^8^8. 

Be-lat'ed, p.p. to be behind the time, 00^8 

Be-laud', v. t to praise, laud, ©8c8^o@ii8^8^. 

Be-lay', v.t.Naut. to fasten, c8paDc8So6?3o5<gi. 

Belch, V. i. to raise wind from the stomach, od 
o5io6c8^ooioD<j^v ^v.t. to eject violent- 
ly, oo§dB^8j^aj^. ,w.See Belch, v. i. 

Befdam, Bel'dame, n. grandmother, o; a hag, 

Be-l3a'guer, besiege, ajsSSieoSqjB^aacSS. 

BeFfry, n.a bell-tower, oic^opocSS (o®<35). 

BG'li-al, n. (oSodooj) oD8o©ooi,yiooooia3d8. 

Be-lie', v. ^. to falsify, fcsooo^goDojjjSyioi 0000^; to 
show to be false, ©8oo88iyioiooooSooc6i. 

Be-lief ,w. faith, credence,oo^^5,oo^j^SooS^S;doc- 
trines believed, cred,ooS o8^oo^d8a>iyi^5b. 

Be-liSve', v. t. and v. i. ^5b,jSopi^5oji. 

Be-liev'er, n. yic^ioo^ S, 91001 oi^^SooS^SooS, yi 
oDioo^Sopi^Sooio^S. See Belief. 

Be-like', adv. perhap8.oo^ooo3J5,(»^oD^,oDl8^. 

Be-lit'tle, v. t. to make less morally, disparage, 
(rare), «ia58c8i,ooc8io68c8iyioiooooioo8i, 


Bell, n. f pcfl^ogp,oio^. 

Belle, n. cj)i^^oo|ioow5ooooi, ^{5oo|\oDi^tcgSoi. 

Belles-let' tres(bel-let'ter),w. pi. oDc»o5ScocbS 
cdS^osSs rhetoric, poetry, history, philol- 
ogy and criticism, which See. 

Bel-lig'er-ent, a. warring,co^oo888a28. , n. 


Bell'-mouthed, a. bell shaped, ooSooS^cBsoo^ 

Bgriow, V. i. c^S8|^^,oDo5iGiioo^d8^ojf ojp. 

Bel'lows, n. §^,08. 

Bel'ly, n. the abdomen, ooi oi. , v. t. to 

swell out, bulge, odoic8^,oo8c8^. 

Bel'ly-ache, n. colic, ooioian,oDioidB8<fe8,oC*r 
oioo|8,aD8ooi8. (Vulg^ 

Beny-fal,«. oOioio^8,odioiodi. (Vulg.) 

Be-long', V. i. to appertain, oopfC8,oo^GjS. 

Be-lovod', a. p. greatly loved, dear, oot?»od^o 
O08,coiooo8o§. , n. ytooiod&^£Si,oo8c8. 

Be-low', adv. and prep, beneath, coS,8oDS;the 
groundunder and near the house,rBSooSf. 

Belt, n. a girdle, c8SoocB8,cSS8^^i,ooScJJ)i,odS 
cJJjiOj^S; a circle, coSodSi. 

Be-mire', v. t. to drag in the mire, qioo^ooh 
001 ooo5,c8icoi oooSorgl . 

Be-moan', v. t. to lament, bewail, ooo5^ooqj8, 

Bench, n. a long stool, c8Sco^^io8c8^,o8c8Sco|S 
^i; the seat of justice, <^ifcjS^^<^Sooc8S 
cojS^i; the court, yi-Sf^^c^S. 

Bend, v. i. to crook, 02^,oj^fBb,oj^cf|i,c8ioDfigi;. 
to bend down in the middle, oojSoocJJji ; to 
stoop, bow, oD^oji; to hang over, ogr^ 
ODoj^8 ; to curve, op^c^i,op^©^.. , v. U 

doy W9lf ;f&rl,rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g asiB get; § as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 


BEN 46 

036j5,odoj5c8^od6|5c8i; to bend the knee, 
^ecSiooS^; to bend the body, as in wor- 
ship, scj8c8i8^,85cSi^S. ,«. aturn,a 

crook, coSop^oorrcxjSooojS. 

Be-neath', prep & adv. under, odioo8ooS ; as, 
beneath the ground, coic8^8{5co6. 

Ben'e-dic'tion, w. a blessing, oDSsS^oiooSdB^dl. 

Ben'e-f. c'tion, n. a benefit, a gift, oDSwiaj^JQi 

Ben'e-fac'tor, w. c^iuj^a3|8ag^^^ooS,y\coioo«x 

Ben'e-fi^e, n. a church living, oo^g8^§^oo^c8S 

S^8^ 0013d CO C^^C^^OD^b. 

Ben'e-fiij6d, a. cS^Ss benefice, ooioo^^co^ ben- 

Be-nef i-9en9e, n. benevolence, o^SQiagi^iwi^^ 
yioi,ooSo9jS 00800^100^,00^91 9ioo^ooiyi 8^. 

Be-nef i-^ent, a. ^gS«^ioiooSooiyioioo8S,:^^8« 
(POj^^oioooosoojS. See Benevolent. 

Ben'e-li'cial, a. advantageous, ooagiJtfi^j^g^ 

C0^O2H8O0P§^,q8^8800O2]800§^, OlboOloSS. 

Ben'e-fi'ci-a'ry, n. one receiving aid, yiooioo 
88^Syioic»oo^c8©ii«>ii)ii£Si,yi ODI oo 88 ^S 

Ben'e-fit, n. a favor, ooSajj|8ooS§p,ooSoicoio8S, 

ooS«ioiooScoio8S. , V. t. Q\a^\ZQ\^^ 

odS,«ioicoSooio8S. , V. i, ^^Soj||8. 

Be-nev'o-len5e, n. good will, kindness, oj^oi 
oMoo^jOoScoi^S ooScjSoDi yioiooS'i. 

Be-nev'o-lent, a. kind, beneficent, ooioood8g8^ 
«ioij^i,ooioooD80i; as, a benevolent per- 
son, yic6^880£^ oi 0D8 00^ ; a benevolent 
thing, ooSoo^?308880o8oi,ooS«i^5yioioo8S. 

Ben-gal'ee, Ben-gal-ese', a. (oj^8jo5i) oopoo888 
cBSoo^Sj , n. yio^^8j8. 

Be-night'ed, a. overtaken by night, ^Soo1^^,<jS 
98f^^yi; to be in moral darkness, g8^880o 

Be-nign', Be-nig'nant, a. kind, gracious, gen- 
erous, o2^oiod80o^,ooSoood8(]8^ooiooooqi9i 

Be-nig'ni-ty, n. benevolence. See Benign. 

Btn'ja-min, n. c^jSoocoojS* See Benzoin. 


Bent, n. a curve, a flexure, odSoj^^ooSoc^o^i, 
ooSoj^oji; inclination, bent of mind, bias, 

O08GS^,0O^50008,8p^^0OOD8. , P-P^O}^, 

oo6:j)ioOf>; to be bent on, oScjjSoooo8. . 
Be-numV, n. to stupefy, ooo5,oooc>o6,to3^|S. 
Ben-2oii/, w. benjan^iin, og^ooocj8^i^oooDo^5, 


Be-prtiise', v. t. to praise highly, S8ogii8^8^. 

Be-queath', v. t. to will, oD^opiooS^SoDl,yioDoi 
oiogSooScoio^oooSSsogjbopiooS ^ odI ooi o© 8 
ooo5 oSoi ,yio"i qS oiooSS^S^oo^oc^oooot . 

Be-quest', n. a legacy, ooS^Sod1,ooSoo^od1. 

Be-rate', v. t. to chide, scold, oocfiiooSS, ooc6i 

Be-reave', r. t. to take from, o^8c8^opiyiooooS 


Be-reave'ment, n. ooSd3^ooo2^,oo^G8j:)coi. 
Brr'ga-mot, n. a species of pear, ooioo^oood 
oj5;a species of perfume, ooS^i^oDODapS. 
Ber'ry, n. (ojS^i) a small, seedy fruit, ooioa^j!) 


Bfrth, n, a ship's place at anchor, oocfi^^yi 
ogScSi^^oDopi; a bed placed at the side of 
a cabin, qooc8Scoiooc8^i; an official situ- 
ation, a place, ooS<58ooS«ioocfiS,o©c885S. 

Ber'yl, n. (oj^j) a precious stone, odS^SooIoj. 

Be-seech', v. t, to implore, ooQ8,ooaDg8. 

Be-seera', v. t. to become, oo^bsjgitSa, 

Be-set', V. t. Fig. to v^ aylay, 88£Oj^^c^,8ioo^«co5, 
8«ooScoSc^; to harass,perplex, «iooSooS. 

Be-shrew', v. t. to execrate, dB^, j8oS8cB5©i. 

Be-side', prep, by the side of, odioooooi,ooi» 
eon; beside one's self, (gi^jOooDJSgloDODi; 
aside from, tJoScon,oDOopoo8. 

Be-sides', adv. and piep. more than, oo8j5oo 
c86,con^oobSg1 ,001 ^^oo88^ . 


Be-smear',t;.<.to soil,«ix^ooiooc8i.Sec Bedaub. 

Be'som, n. a broom, f^^o8^,ocj,ooj. 

Be-s6t', V. t. c8^ioooo80Dio580pio5c8io5yi^iS. 

Be^pao'gle, v, t. to spangle, bestud, yioD^4»i 
§1 b 8800^00^^0^ jSooop . 

Be-spat'ter, v. t. to spatter, gooSooc8i,gooSoo^ 

ife|if6,u»y,long; a,e,i^<>,u,y, short; cAre, far, lastifell, what; thdre, veil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 





001001 ooSoocSi. 
Be-spiak', v. t. to speak for beforehand, odcBi 
oSeiibooioooo0ooSoo6iQioo8S; to fore- 
bode, 06oS«ll00^00»XD0COtS^lS|l00O^. 

Be-sprink'le, v. t. to sprinkle over, gooSoocSi. 
Best, a. most excellent, oooiooooiS,oooiop5. 
Be-st an, v. t. to mark with stains, dB^(fitc6^ 

c»t,«ioD^ooiooSooc8i. See Stain. 
Be-stead'i v. t. to benefit, assist, Qio3^cq|^8GOi 

oo8S; to accommodate, oo^oo^oSioo^gi. 

See jp* o: jo. 
Bes'tial, a. animal, oo|Sto Ssoo^SrS^S ; brutal, 

beastly, vile, 6o8i88fio^8d8H8ooa^SoooDS. 
Bes-tiari-tj, n. oo^QiooootSooj^SrSSSoooi^^ooooS 

Be-stir', V. t. cB^bic8^,«\>>-ic85,«iooooic8^, 
Be-stow', V. t. to give, confer, aDJ5,aDS^^ ; to 

give in marriage, oopd6^c8,oo^oo8^oooD«; 

to store up, o5§p,oS§^. 
Be-8t6w'al,Be-st6w'ment, n. a giving, dispos- 
al, odSoo^. See Bestow. 
Be-strad'dle, v. t. to bestride, sbsJl^lcojSyO^^ 

|igto5^. See Bestride. 
Be-strew', v. t. ^^cmBi ; as, to bestrew the 

ground with leaves, ^c8p8^ooioD^co^0|. 
Be-stride', v. t. to stride over, €biol@ioDp, co^ 

^1 8«TO^; to pass over at a step, oloooBooS. 
Be-stud', V. L See Bespangle. 
Bet, r.^.to wager, stake, oDi,ooic8SoooDi. , 

n. a wager, oo^coiooo3ib,oo^ooic85ooo38. 
Be-take', v. t. (one's self to), to resort to, qS 

Be't^l (bj'tl), w. the areca palm, ooosgi^. 
Be'tel-box, n. d^sS^.oDiScjSoiooioDcxjji^obsoD^oo 

Be'tel-leaf, n. oacq^jScof . 
Be'tel-nut, n. the areca nut, dbsoD^. 
Be-think^ v. t. to recollect, c^^^^dB^nji. 
Be-tide', tr. t. to befall, oo{Syi,ODpoDcB5,oo^a>oiS. 

, V. i. to happen, qiooods. 

Be-time', Be-times', adv. early, 8i8i, 8ia>if 

coi,gjSo:>^^^; seasonably, oo^ooooc88(»8; 

soon, ooo5Sod8S,oc>8^8. 

Be-to'ken, v. t. to indicate, oo^ooSo^p,<feooSo 

Be-tray',t;. t. to deliver up, oo^c8iogSyicoiq^^o)oo 
5(|^i;to divulge, disclose, oocSicjjpcS^ooSooi 
yioiQiodoS|02^; to mislead, y^co(^^(xA. 

Be-tray'al, n. the act of betraying, 03^09^081 
ngSc^icoiq^^oloo^^i. See Betray. 

Be-troth', v. t. to assist in match making, 00 
sbi; to espouse, dbjScS. See 81. jo: <i. 

Be-troth'al, Be-troth'ment, n. See Bltboth. 

Better, a. preferable, 91oooj^,oi^^oo^^odojS; 
improved in health, fBgDSopi^rBgSopioo 

ktj^Sf cBoji. , V. t. QioicBjSoji, Qi^S 

cS^oji. , n. a superior, <j>ioiooopS* 

Be-tween', Be-twixt, jy^ep. ooooi^cn, ooaDa|t; 
shared by two, oDcBtoDcB«,oooi88oooi. 

Bev'el, n. a slant, |^c8^oooDOj5ooiodB|565gi6S 

^ooS. , v.t. to cause to slant, axhS 

gicSi. , V. i. to slant, cS^bSgi. 

Bev'er-age, n. drink, ooScSooox^SodojS. 

Bev'y, n. a company, odS8S^So9<2,odS8S^Sododc^i. 

Be-wail', v. t. to lament, t^^ooS,c8^ooSoDiioD^ ; 
to bewail the dead, cB^yioo. 

Be-w&re', v. t, to take care, oc6Si»od8; to shua 
with care, avoid, oc6So8. Obs. 

Be-wfl'der, t;. <. to perplex, confuse, «i«i«^yi 


Be- witch', v. t. to aflfect by witchcraft, oB^od^ 

Be-wray', v. t. to expose, disclose, «i<jj1c8pooS 
ooioo@i8cS^^o£p. See Betray. 

Be-yond', adv. further onward than, coi^8«; 
to go beyond, <i)iooooio§5oo,cbi^io§5o5; 
on the further side, ooioo^j5,coioc)«8,ooi 
oSaoiS; beyond propriety, <^^s8t; more 
than, o©8^ooc85. 

Bi'as, V. t. oiogS8^o6«,«iogS^Soo8ooii; to cause 
to lean to one side, »i€8^odo,qig8S^ 

, n. a leaning of the mind, bent, 

inclination, coSogS8po58,oDSog^i5co8ooii. 

Bib, n. oo^c58gSctoo^iSoD8ooaosf1y^SoS8 00(fiS 

Bi-ba'cioiis, a. addicted to drinking, g8§S(fl 

do,w9lf; furlyrude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 3 as z;x asgz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by VnOOQlC 


oogcSoSj^^^cSoal. (rare). 

Bib'ber, n. a tippler, yi^|S(SoDi; as, a wine- 
bibber, yiooioocSeosoooo). 


BibMicaJ, a. cD^oD88«o558a$. 

Bib'li-og'ra-pher, v. yicoiooajooic8^opio55ooc8 

8805505c8^05l88c6S0QO-l{»00C<jSoD CXjS Ss C^8 

a>iooo^,oSQooic^8c8ioooicb^, oSoooD^d^8oo 

O980000iaDc8^^(^^,^^00c8^98dl,COlSc^a1, §8 

Bib'li-og'ra-phy, n. ooScoi biblographer«i<^ 


Blb'u-lous, a. absorbing, absorptive, ^So58c8^ 
odSc^,cj80308c8^cx)^(» ; spongy, «ioood86 

Bi'^eps, n, oocbSo«iS©ij (gjSogp) odt05c8^88oo 
8poD^o68s>o^^o<88ooi biceps c8i. 

Bi-9ip'i-tal, Bi-yip'i-tous, a. two-headed, cSp 

BIck'er, v. i. to quarrel, contend, od^cSSdBsooi 

c850Q00800c8ScSS00c8^c6S, O^c8Sc8500008 00 

c8Sc8Sooc6^c8S,oo55c8S 05008. 

Bi-c6rn'6d, Bi-c6r'nou8, a. d3^8ioo^iiSS. 

Bi-c6r'po-ral, a. two-bodied, g8^88oo|S8o^^. 

Bid, V. t. to invite, o^,<S8; to order, «i,«ic8S; to 
offer a price, obbooioooooo^oo^i^iooi^i 
ai; to bid God speed, oo^ooS«6^oi; to 
bid welcome, oo^ooSoj^^cSS^^^^^S^S; to 
bid defiance, dare, defy, ooi,coi|,S«iboj^; 
to bid fair, <jSodSodSo»c8^q8P. 

Bide, V. i. to abide, c8^,Q8f sS8b,Q8^©Sc8^aj)n. 
, V. t. to wait for, cS^ajooSoj^. 

Bi-den'tal,Bi-den'tate, a. 08^880^^00}^. 

Bi-det', n. Fr. c&8oooDojSooiyic»ooc8ioo8S. 

Bi-en -ni-al, n. happening onco in two years, 
o3^»iOdOD8S)^^ooc^d^J^o3c§; continuing 
for two years, (38^©S^^o:j[)iis)^^8i. 

Bier, w. (o5ooi^) ooSoDiod88y\oooo8^ooiooc8i. 

Biest^ings, oo,^§So&ooiooaS8^^dBbooic^^^ 

Bi-fa'ri-ous, a. two-fold, oes; in two rows, soS. 

BiPerroiis, a. ooioD^{5ooc8S^i|^^^SoD^c8^b5c^. 

Bi'fdrm, Brf6rmed, a. d3^88C»ojSoo8ioSi. 

48 BIL 

Bi-fftr'cate, a. ^f 88oogSi@S,(fi^88«>353. 
Big, a. large, bulky, 8^,088^,8^8^. 
Big'a-mist, M. y\Q8|5880cal9i,05oioi,5oi. 
Big'a-ray, w. ooSa8^88oo«^oi,oooioi,5oi. 
Bight, n. a small bay, ojiS.S^cbjSop^oofi^oo^-E; 

the coil of a rope, ^"if§x. 
Big'ness, n. bulk, size, largeness, oooo^3^» 00 

Big'ot, n. yioDi0da582o6o:j||i\ada2^ooGO^o^b<^ioo 

oooS^oo^yioiooojSooooSo: looS^oooiooS. 
Big'ot-ed, a. «ia©o:>85 bigot 00088. 
Big'ot-ry, n. ooSo68ooSr5jj)iiooo;jSoooDSopbopioooD 

08(^00^^10100 oijSooooSooiooS^oooioojS. 
Bi-lat'er-al, a. two-sided, d3|588£»aDoi©8e 
BU'boes, n. pi. ooSoo68»5yi8|Sooooo:25,oc88COi 

Bile, n. (c^j) o2^ooo6;c8,9^S89028»oo8booioo2|S9 


Bilge, n. odcSoo^S. , v. t. oocSoo^Sog^^b. 

Bilge'- waiter, w. o6ooiooc8oooo^(ooooioi)^i. 
Biria-ry (bil'ya-ry), a. oo^oosSjoj^oooo. 
Bfl'ings-gate, n. 2^00610015^001^81^ (London) 
00^1; foul language, ooSooc8iooooi,ooSo& 


Bi-lm'gual, Bi-lin'guoiis, a. two-tongued, g8^ 
88jgiooo^ ,6oi8ooSooo88ooo8icoSoeo^iQo2i, 

Bil'ious (bil'yus), a. pertaining to bile, ooSeos 
880^ J, (oj^^oooo), 0£^05o6ool<fe^dB8, 

Bi-lit'er-al, a. G6^88o55b5(jji^s<jji^,oo^ooc8ioo 

Bilk, V. t. to deceive, defraud, c8ooS,c8^Soo^. 
, n. ooSooc8iooc8ooc8. 

Bill, V. i. to join bills, as doves, 88c85oo^S. 

, n. ^5,dBjS^6; a kind of axe, fglcB|5 

^S; a plaintiff's statement, o55oo5So>Sodi 
o8{5o3^5gl; the draft of a law submitted, 
but not yet enacted. o5Sooo?^ooiooc^t^ 

OD^5o5lSgl88«Sgl8oSo0^b88o8^00^ 00 O^ 03 

q^8(^c8^ojibooiooS®^^f)oa8ooobS; a regis- 
ter of charges, a list of goods bought, 
ooSyiooSoo©^oc8S; a bill of exchange, o58 
coiocb^So; a bankbill, ©8Q#; a bill of div- 
orce, 05Sc8l^^C030^. 

i,e,Uo»u>yfloiig; a^e,T,o»u,yi short; cfire, far^ last, f§ll, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; done, f6r. 






Bfllefc, n. 03p<if 8,«8f <if ; a short letter, o5SodS 

Billet-doux (bil'le-doo), n. a love note, o5Soo€b8- 

Bill'iards, w. joL oDSc85d^ooS(jj|i^oDODi^o9opojS. 

Billow, n. a large wave, ooi, co8 ; as, the bil- 
lows roll, 001 or co8ijS8(^. 

Bi-ma'nou6, a. ooSoS^Ssoo^ oSSc^ioo^oooSs. 

Bin, n. a box or crib, 8,bS,oo^ooiooi ^SajSio^ 

Bi'na-rj, a. in pairs, dQi,ooaB,(fi^oDQbi8Qi. 

Bind, t7. U to tie together, ©iooS,€)OooS,c8j5ex>S ; 
to bind round, A «joS ; to put on a border, 
^cS^ooQ^; to confirm, ratify, «ifcS«io;j3ii 
oDS,fl6gc8ioo6i; to bind a book,oo8opio55o^. 

Bind'er, n. book-binder, yiso«o55ooa^. 

Bind'er-y, n. coSooc8S^(^too8o5SojoDioo^i. 

Bind'ing, a. obligatory, ooioco^«i,ooio^i^d3i 

oDoooo^. , n. oo^o6tx>S,oo^c8^2)o5 ; the 

binding of a book, c6So©o^. 

Bin'na-cle, n. 9itooiyioS§oDS8i88o^0|Qio3ioo^i. 

Bi-noc'u-lar, a. cSSSsoo^S^ocfi^ ; adapted to 
two eyes, ^S^^gS^880»o^iI>o^is)c^i. 

Bi-nom'i-nal, Bi-nom'i-nous, a. oS^SsooSisoi, 

Bi-og'ra-pher, n. (^icoiooc^8(g1c8^ooiyioooioi 
oo9Soo8S5oSi5|i. See Biogeaphy. 

Bi'o-graph'ic, Bi'o-graph'ic-al,w. 03^20888 bio- 

Bi-og'ra-phy, n. the history of a life, o55f^80 
^^ wSyioDoioi oooSo©3Soo8i3J5c8iooc30^. 

Bi-pa'rous, a. oDioogc8ioo8l>q^ooc^d3. 

Bi-par'tite, a. in two parts, ooS|io8c8io©oo8S 


Bi'ped, n. two-footed, ooSodvjoq8^88oo8^s>8. 
Bi-pen'nate, a. two-winged, oo58aoQ6^s>8. 
Bi-pet'al-ou8, a. BoU 8080003^005^81. . 
Bi-quad'rate, n.(ci>iog8gS). Jfa^A. 4th power, 
<^c8^booi oftSoal c8^|p6SoooioDi oooDeSo^ b 

OO^t88q8cfec8^c8l001©(JgO»^, 88€)(333^S^^o6S 
Oolc8^(filODlOOC>D©So^bOD886oSl, 9X9=06 

SsoGxSio^ 9 oo©cjgooS,88oG>coG=j 3688 

jjGoSioS 9 ooo&iog8fi5. 
Birch, n. oD^ooooajSoooi. 
Bird, w. c8^ ; bird-bolt, 81 oj ooiS o» <gS. 

Bird-cage, n. c8^@i. 

Bird-lime, n. fe,^cx)io88c8^. 

BirdV-eye, a. seen at a glance, oDioorg^ooSo 
c8iooSod{S, cgSooSooagk; ^s, a bird's-eye 
view, ooSo6|S5c8^cgia6^ooS 00088. 

Birds'nest, w. cS^ooog. 

Birth, w. the act of being born, ooSq8^<^^,ooSoo8 
©S; lineage, ooeiiooc^^. 

Birth'day, n. ooSq8{5c^oo^.i. 

Birth'plage, n. ooSc8^i^^c8^ooc8S. 

Birth'right, n. odSoooicoSodSooic^i@i8^^od)oo^. 

Bis'cuit (-kit), M.c6^oDo:2l^8oDiooo'jScSSb. 

Bi-sect', V, t. to divide into two parts, c6(»^o8a 


Bish'op, w. an overseer, yiogSooS880iOD^ooSooot. 

See 0O8. j: jg. ooid6^oa5588d^^o^^ooo2^ 

ooooS bishop oSoo6j{5o88^oooi. 
Bish'op-ric, n. ooc8Sooioo6[^ogSooSo88^oioDpb. 
Bis'muth, n. a kind of metal, ooiSooodojSooc^^ 

Bl'son, n. ooSc8^ii,oo158,c^^oiooodoj5. 
Bis-sex'tile, n. leap year, |^©^odoS, ^^ooioo^ 


, a. pertaining to leap year, oo^ ex)8 

Bis'tou-ry, n. oooS^aDG^^ooSbScoSooooojS. 
Bit, n. a small piece, ooSoooooo8,ooSooco^oog, 

00^00^8,00^00308000^^; the point of a borer, 

oo8^5oooo^^ ; the iron part of a bridle, 00 

opjSoooo8oo^. , V. t. qt 00^ c8^ od 05^ 00 

C08. imp. &p. p. of bite. See Bite. 
Bitch, n. a female dog, a slut, og^8S. 
Bite, t?. t. and v. t. oof. , n. oo^oof ooS ; a 

wound made by the teeth, ooSoojSooSoob^i 

c8S; a mouthful, ooSoof ooc8; as, give me a 

bite of bread, oof ooiooicSf ooSoof oog88i» 
Bit'ter, a. of; harsh, as bitter words, ooSoocfiv 

Bif ter-ish, a. of s>f ,Qf 8f 8f a58oD8. 
Bit'ter-ness, n. ooSof . , Fig. distress; as^ 

bitterness of soal, oo^ojf o^80D80^8; anger, 

severity, oo^oD88f ,ooSaD88jf. 
Bit'ters, n,pL oooSf of 06. 

do,w9lf;furl,rgde,pii8h;e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h a8 8h;ga6J;ga8inget;ea83*xaBgz;na8inliQger.. 

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Bi-tu'men, n. mineral pitch, o6^i,cj^^|^,ooiSo8. 
Bi-tu'mi-nous, a. ooSc^cJJ)o^oo(X)8§8 bitumen. 
Bi'valve, n. §^coiooc6j58«ooo^2>85oDoo^o^ooo8i. 
Bl'valvedjBi-valVous, a. c8^8tooo^s>8. 
Bi-ven'tral, a. ooSoocoioilxjiji^jOoq^psi^P; as, a 

biventral muscle, »iSi)ijoDiooq^Sc8|S9q^^. 
BiVouac, V. i. Fr.MiL ojsSSfjQlcfijSdBgdBSsoDS. 
Blab, V. t. to talk idly, tattle, <^^18iooS,(b(g1ooS 

ooioo@i8oS^o£^b. — ^-, n. a tatler, yic»i 


Black, a. black in color, o£ ; atrocious, ooi 8^ 

8^, ooi(fe|5dB8,oD8^ oooi. , n. ooSoj^; a 

negro, yiooSgoDiS. , v. t. to black- 
en, Qioj^; to soil, QioD^ooi. 

BlackVmoor, n. a black man, yicx)ooc^coioo 
esod^^oj^ScBioDiojad oSs. 

Black'en, v.i. to grow black, ojdB^. , v. t. to 

make black, q\o^ ; to suUy, as reputation, 

Black^guard, n. yiooioo^§S68oS8c8S©io9S,yiooi 

Black'ing, n. oooo^coio jo^odS. 
Black^ish, a. o^oD^os^o^S^Spooscos. 
Black-lead', n, plumbago, y5o£,©iSo£. 
Black'leg, n. a gambler and cheat, c^icoiooa>8oo 

Black'ness, n. black,oo^o£; darknes8,coSs)8oDS^i. 
Black'smith, n. yi85cD88. 
Blad'der, n. the urinary bladder, sof oicfiS; the 

bladder of a fish, g^odc^i. 
Blade, n. a blade of grass, f^oD^i o3 6W|S; 

the blade of a sharp instrument, oooo^^; 

the shoulder blade, eo68^^,(»oo|Soocx2|^. 
Blam'a-ble, a. faulty, culpable, oSooSoD«pc»c8S 

Blame, v. t. to censure, oSodSoo«^,oo5S. , 

n. oDSoSaoSo9«^,oDSoo5S,oo^o c^ ; without 

blameiODoo^c28^d:j)ScD^. See oos. o: 9* 
Blame'less, a. without blame, oSoo^ooq^oocS^ 

Blame'wor-thy (-wiir-), a. deserving blame, 


Blanch, v. t. to whiten, qiqIcS^; to avoid, as 
from fear, og^cgS. See Blench. 

Bland, a. soft, mild, gentle, e^,o^,^^,({S,cx>82^ 
00^; as, bland words, ooScocSi^S. 

Blcind'ish,!;. i. to speak kindly, caress, coc6i©^o3 
cBi^jOocfii^^aocBi^SjODC^SeSoocolooi. , 

V. t. O§1t<{Syi0d008,»lGO1O0db^cSl00^l. 

Bland'ness, n. See Bland. 

Blank, a. white, o1; empty, unwritten; as, 
blank paper, cx>^c^8ooc8^cx>|Sooiooc8i,g8^ 
ooc8; confused, astounded, 03t<»it, oaico 
oji ; blank cartridge, ogcof cS^obajpoo^ 
8i ; blank verse, oolcp oo c^S coi oo 8t od ^S 

cSSoo^ooodt. , w. void space, coS oq 


Blank'et,n. oDpo^i,^gS«ibcoio88jp. 

Blas-pheme', v.t. coSxcoQ^ogi,coSxi^^^^fCo 

Blas'phe-my, n. QoScoS\^j^^pcg\,coScf^S^co^co 
o1 c^i)OoSoDc6iil^ ^jSoDsSs^ . 

Blast, n. a sudden gust, od^gi|od§ ; a sound 
made by a wind instrument, co^s|d8^oD 
@c8^; pernicious influence, o9S«ico88-iodS 

ooooioDc8Scoc8 «8. , V. t, to destroy 

by some sudden violence, «ioo88i3jj5,«\ 
aj88i88; to blast by gunpo v\'der, wiooojt 
o^Qj; to prevent growth, blight, ^8cg8,$|^s 
oog8. See o8i. 90: 6. 

Bla'tant, a. cDiood8^dBj5Sn^^8ooo3G^^3do88. 

Blaze, V. flame, q^qjc^icS^. , v. t. to 

make public far and wide, t^8o;^dB^oD)c8i 

oDo^ifi0808,«ioo@c8^oDSocjioeiS. , n. 

a dame, opQ|CD|S,op0|c^ico^ic8^. 

Bla'zon, v. t. to deck, adorn, ooooirooba>S,«i 
t35ooiooS,»iooioo8ioD^; to make public, 
wiojcS^oolcSiooS ,«ic8p^1c8|5 (^looSiooco^* 

Bla'zon-ry, w. See Blazon. 

Bleach, t;. t. to make white, i^xd\S^,^^(!\S^. 
, V. t to become white, o1c8|5. 


Blear» a. blear-eye, dim sighted, ^SooSic^ioot, 


*fe4,6,fi,y,long; a,e,i,Q,u,y, short; cfire, far, list, £§11, wh^t; thSre, vgil, tSrm; pique; done, fdr. 

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BLI 51 

Bleat, V. i. to cry as a sheep, cBsdS^SoSoooSg. 
, n. bleating, oScQscS^ooS. 

Bleed, t?. i. to lose blood, ^^jScS^; to die a violent 
death, oo^odS«io5c8i; to lose sap or juice 
by exudation, od^ooo^80oo6c8|S,ooocj«c8i8i. 
, V. t. to let blood, fibsojoiScg^. 

Blem'ish, v. t. to mar, «ioos8ioDSoonjSoo8ioo?35 
00 001 8^ SS 03808 ; to injure, as reputa- 
tion, Qiooioooico^QOOioioooosSsoooDiooSi 
sogcSigicSi. .J n. a scar or defect, odS 

ttlO088l00Op^90 8% 00^ 00 cox S^ S^ 0D8 0D8; 

that which impairs reputation, od^ooioo 

oooioo^3d8^0dc8oocDioooo8ic68c8i§ic8i b. 

Blench, v. i. to shrink back, as from fear, ooi 


Blend, v.%. to mix, mingle, c)5i^o^,tX))w^S. 

Bless, V. t. dB^oidB^cHoo^; to make happy, q^8^^ 
00^03^^503^011 ; to invoke a blessing on, 
«joo3^dB^oiooioo8S; to praise with thanks- 
giving, fc8c8^O@1lyiOD100^ajJ|8O3S§p00«8; 

to bless God, 68c8|5o@iicgi. 
Bless'ed-nesSjn. happiness, beatitude, oo^^So3^ 

oil, OoSc8^^^c8^<j5, OoS<|^l<^88800^c8ooS^, 03^ 
001O3^d8,O3^b8O2^^b8008^ 00lS. 

Bless'ing, n. a benediction, o3SdBpoidB^o1,ooS«i 
^pQi^Syi; agift, a favor, osSwio^T^SQi^^c^i. 

Blight, V. <. to blast, frustrate, «io088i,«io8^cgi 
o3S,c8ic8ogS,c8ioojiog5;as, to blight one's 

prospects, «io38 8i oo 03S ^ ooS . , n. 

See Blight, v. t. 

Blind, a. without sight, bSc^^; dark in intel- 
lect, ignorant, O2^980D8l>8,O3800bSc^^; ob- 

scure, o3<^oop,o3c8io3Sx^. , v. t. «i 

c^ogSoabS; to obscure to the eye, 00JS03 
oitoS; to darken the understanding, ^\q% 

O02^O038,«lO088lOO3So2^O0p OJ^ OJ. , 

«. a screen, oo^ajj8c»oi6S,ooSo38ooSbS,o3S 
(£^3301^5; a false pretence, 03^0800^,03^ 


BHnd'fold^ v. t. to cover the eyes, ooiooiooSoo 
iS. , a. See Blindfold, v. t. 

Blind'nere, n. want of sight, ooSwbSc^^; igno- 
rance, oo^ooootds. 


Blink, t^. t. to wink, <2|<^s^S9 9<so8c^S(8o58^8Q5t; 
to see obscurely with the eyes half shut, 
og^a3S<g8o58(j||88jS. ,v. t. to evade, ojp 


Bliss, n. happiness, filicity, ooS^jBoo^^jS, o3^^S 

03^011; heavenly bliss, ^SjSooS^S, 
Bliss'ful, a. very happy, joyful, coi^iStoo^^S 


Blis'ter, n. ©8038,03^038 ; a blistering plaster, 

03 03^ O ^ S|, 03 00^ ajFjS 001 00 q^800 8 c8^ O 08. 

, V. i. o38c8^. , V. 1. 1^8038 c8^^. 

Blithe, Blithe'some, a. gay, sprightly, merry, 


Bloat, V. %. topuflfup, swell, 031,01,0301,0001001, 
008; be vain, proud, oSooo3803oiooi. 

Block, n. ooScBScB^; a block of wood, oof 028c^, 
(^f O28co5,ojf cSScSS; a block of stone, coiS 
00803^; the block of a pulley, oo^of s^ioo 
bt; an obstacle, a hindrance, oo^c8f^8o3^, 

, V. t. to obstruct, o3|S,o3^S«joS ; as, 

to block up a passage, ojSoolSooSejoSr^. 

Block-ade', v. t. 8iooi[8coS,«io35ooS,«a^8oo5ooi 

C0c803of, 0030^03^0010^8 8 00 of. , W. 

ooS8io35j8«oS,ooS oio6S2)3S,aoS«i^8eoS. 
Block'-head, w.a dunce, yiooiooSojf o3Sco8o3G8f . 
Block'-tln, n. ySoloSf SsoocSScSjS. 
B16nd9, n. Fr. a fair person, c^icoi 0008^8800^ 


B16nd'-la9e, n. a fine silk lace, ooSo1o203co1. 
Blood, w. c^f ; kindred, osogsooooSoo^l^. 
Blood'-guilt'i-ness, n. the crime of murder, 


Blood'.heat, n. o3ScSSo6o88oS888ocgf . 

Blood'-hound, n. og^ooiooo2ifio3Sooc6S. 

Blood'-less, n. without blood, ooc^foocSf; with- 
out blood-shed, o3Sttio3yioiooo38oo(38f . 

Blood'-let'ting, n. venesection, o3Sa6802oiSGgf . 

Blood'-re-la'tion, n. yi8o28c85ooo38ooSo6S. 

Blood'shedi Bldod'-shed'ding, w. murder, ooS 
oiooyi 0100008.^ 

Blood'-shot, a. inflamed, as the eyes, ^S^8i. 

Blood'-stone, n. ooi^oi,ooc^^8i§ogf ado8803coo^, 

Blood'-suck'er, n. the leech, a30$i,02t. 

dOyWQlf; f urlir^de, p^sh; e.%,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as ah; g as j ; g as in get; § as z;s as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 





Blood'-thirs'ty, a. ooodbcS^odiooodqiodooS. 

Blood'-ves'sel, n. cg^o2i,5ooSoo^i8«9^ooo88. 

Blood'warm, a. lake worm, cx)iiobo8«o888icg^. 

Blood'y, a. blood-stained, oo^ooiSsoD^cg^; with 
much blood-shed, ooiajwioSyiSSc^S. 

B16od'y-flux',n.dyseiitery ,ooioi65,ooS col cg^cfii. 

Bloom, v. i. to blossom, 8c8^; to be in the fresh- 
ness of youth, Q8fog^:6c8^,8^oj58p^x. 

, n. a blossom, 008; to be in bloom, 


Bloom'y,a.flowry, young. See Bloom, v. i. 

Blos'som, vj. to bloom, 8c8^ ; to flourish and 
prosper, c8^c8^o8c8^,q6^c8^. Seejjl.6: C 

Blot, n. an ink-spot, oo^oD^ooiooife^; a stain on 
character, ooSooooc^SoosodioocoiooodSi 

oSscSi^icSiooioo tS. , V. t. to spot, as 

with ink, wiODpooiSg^jS ; to obliterate, as 
with ink, «ioo1«Sog5ooScoicooD{5o6; to 
stain with infamy, wioosSioooDiooSi; to 
blot out, efface, QScg5,oico«8iog5ooS. 

Blotch, n. an eruption, ooSiio8,oqSod8. 

Blotched, Blotchy, a. having blotches, c8^ §8 

Blot'ting-pa'per, n. ©sScSs^^. 

Blow, n. a stroke, ooS8ooc8,ooScSSooc8; a single 
act, oD^oocS; a sudden calamity, ooS^^coi 

ooo6oo^yiooc8«8; a gale, oDc6iaj^. , 

V. i. to flower, as plants, 8dB^; to blow, 
as wind, ooo5io|, oooSiob ; to pant, oDlfi68§8; 
to blow with the mouth, q|,q|od §.———, 
t;. f. to blow (as a wind instrument), s| 
coS; to blow a flute, ojo; to blow a trumpet, 
0|(^i ; to deposit, as eggs by flies, odoiS^ 
ooS6oD^ajoo1ooo88; to blow the nose, od^^ 
00^.— Blow away, ojogS, GjoogS.— Blow 
down, g|c8i^Sog5,Qijc8i§Sog5,Qijc8iw5icgS. 
— Blow out, (as a candle), Qijo5ogS,8|c6ioS 
ogS.— Blow up, inflate, GijoD§gSoDo6icoi 
oo^i,o|odoig8|5; to kindle, s|xidB^^^8|; 
to blow up with gunpowder, Qiooo58cigS 
001^. —Blow over, (as a threatening 
storm), 0|aoo5o§5. 

Blow'zy, a. fat and ruddy, ^ScS^SsSisj^^ooodS. 

Blub'ber, n. the fat of whales, g|Sot8^ooo8* 
5 V. i. to weep noisily,c8^Sooc^aDg). 

Bliid'geon, n. ^pc8^ooioo88^«jO"s,^^o5^8. 

Blue, a. oDld^8,Qi9da>8§^8^oDicx)^ooi^ooG8^oo^o^ 

a^cSS. , n. o:^0Dld^8. , V. t. to 

color blue, ^^ocn,^^oalo&8, 

Blue'-bot-tle, n. oo^ojoolo^S^coooo^S. 

Blue'^lay, n. oo6Socn,c8^8^^^aj^o»colo^8, 

Blue'-eyed, a. ^5a>^||co1d&8. 

Bliie-light (-lit), n. o^Qjc»oo^ooldi8,yio5cSiooT 

Bluff, n. a high bank, ooi^cSicSiaj. , a. sur- 
ly, rough; as, a bluff person, Gdcg^S^> 

§0^800^00 088C^1001000SOD<910D100008. 

Bluffy, a. coi^cSicQiajGSpotflool. 
Blu'ish, a. cdldb88^8^ao8o58,oDldb80D^088i. 
Blun'der, v. i. to mistake grossly, «i 00 «S ooS 

ODl 00 CX>8 91 ^P Od 038 00 eS, Ql 03^ 00 cSl 00^. 

, n. ooSoo«^,ooS«ioDc8ic6S. 

Blun'der-biiss, n. a kind of gun, o^odQIS^. 
Blun'der-er,Blun'der-head,n. a stupid fellow, 

(j>l^gS«1000pODSoDlOOOOOc8SoOpOOOD800 tB- 

Blunt, a. not pointed, oo8jSoo^, oo8j5oii; not 
sharp, dull, oooo^OD^oj^ib; abrupt in ad- 
dress, ODc8lo380f58,OOc8l00^8, ODcBlcBlcSl. 

, V. t. to make dull, «iogi,«ioii; to 

impair, as the power of the mind, or pain, 


Blunt'ness, n. See Blunt, a. 

BlAr, V. t. to blot, dim, §l©§l©1,§1oo§nool,«iS 

oooD(g1oof,gU. , n. ablot, oD^glfcgl. 

©1; dimness, odSoo(J)1o\oi. 
BlArt, V. t. oDcfiifl8i,cx3c6i@a)S,ooc6idB^^oDS. 
Bliish, V. ^to redden in the face, ^Sc8^8i. , 

w. odS^c8^8i; first appearance,ooS(glc8^d8. 
Blus'ter, v. t. «ioo^oo^8ooS,«ioo^oobooS,QiooS^ 

i[^^. , n. 00^9100038^^^^. 

Bo'a, n. noc8i,(^^o83pooooo^5. 
Bo'a-con-stric'^tor, n. ooc8io8c8odooc^S. 
Boar, n. <Sto\, dB8o)@8. 

Board, n. o^^oo^,c^^oo^oo^; a table, eog,8^fi. 
8^; a council, or court, </io3i^f8^ g8S oS 

M>i»^,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re. far, la6t,f&ll, wh9.t; th^re, Tgfl, term; pique; d6ne, fdr,. 

Digitized by 


BOD 63 

00^00^; ship board,aDd9^i; to go on board, 
S^coS; to put on board, oSo^iodcS^i. 

, V. t. to lay with boards, olcBiooi 

oj^QD^; to wall Avith boards, f ^b odi c^^ 
00^; to furnish with food for pay, o^(^^ 

GjScS^ioiooioD^I^SwyioofS. , V. i. to 

obtain food statedly for pay,c)cS^ cIcSodS. 

Board'er, ti. yiooiooclcS^clcBoDS. 

Board'ing-house, n. o&jSooiyiclcSpooSooioo^i* 

Board'ing-school, n. o^^QidSoftSoocS^ ^ yi yi c8 

Bf'astyBoast'ing, n. brag, ostentatious vaunt- 
ing, C3O^oS00Qd8O3Ol(X>1, OO^Of cB^OOcBS, 00^ 

uSoDoiodcBS. , V. t. to bragy vaunt, co 

cBioom 0Dl00^,0^dB^00c8S,oS0DO100109c8S. 

BdastYul, a. bragging, a>i3do6wadtoooiooi,oDi 

Boat, n. ^dS^u^. , i^. t. a^iooSooi^i. 

Boat/a-ble, a. navigable for boats; as, a boat- 
able stream, ooo^oai^ic^. 

Boatfman, n* a rower of a boat, yio9iS||8. 

BoatWain, n. (^xooioooitoodSooooiioocoS. 

Bob, V. is to play up and down, as the bait in 

angling, ^ic8i8t8t.-^ fV.t. as the head, 

oodBSG8|5fOocBSc8i; to carry as a child up 
and down, feSoocbtodcSt; to cut short, as 
the hair of a horse's tail, c^Sf ^loo^^ 
8{^. , n. a pendant, oo^cSi^i. 

BoVtidl, n. od^f ^yOo^^o^S. See Babble. 

Boblnn, n. a kind of spool, cbsStoop* oooSog 
c^^ooooo^; a kind of cord, ^lo&j^ooooo^S. 

Bode, V. t. to portend, foreshow, t^t^^^oo qi 

Bdd'i9e, n. a corset, stays, c8o63ooo30{SooicSi 

Bod'i-less, a. incorporeal, oDdS^Stoof S8. 
B6d'i-ly,a. corporeal, g8|S8ioo|^, adv, corpo- 

realy, co^tos^oof S8. 
Bod'kin, n. an instrument for making holes 

in cloth, oo^8^|ooo9OfiScoioaio2^^|^c0<3& 

blunt instrument with an eye, ooiodc^, 



Bod'y, n. f ^QffoM^, oo^SSc^S ; matter, oo^ooi 
ooooQ^oo^oot,coiood3^889oop^ad8i, odioc&|5 
c^S^o^odo^^^ocdtcSiooi body; the main 
part of a thing, oo 8^ y^ ; a collection of 
persons, yibono^i,yio3f ; a collective 
mass, ooSoo^g); in a body, enmasse^ 8^g^- 

Bod'y-guard, n- a life guard, yiono8^oo|H& 

Bog, n. a morass, boS8t^S,aoSon^Soii8S. 

Bog'gle, V. i. Qioo^o58io$Q^,Qioo^f18i^§i. 

Bog'gy, a. fB^^xhit bog oo)od1o3obS. See Boo. 

Bo-hea', n* ooSosodooc^ooooopS. 

Boil, n* 00^9; to have a boil, oD^oc8|S,GS^8tooo. 

, V. t. to boil, as water, aDoo5c8^,§ 

c8|S. , v.U to cook by boiling, §; as, 

to boil rice, ^qi; to make boil, wiooooScS^. 

Boil'er, n. oo^oDon. 

Bois^ter-ous, a. furious, noisy, ooioo^iodooBO^s 
ooajfjiS, cDioodS^o^So^ooiooi, odioooiooods 

Bold, a. daring, brave, ^,^(x>g9^, 03^^103^ ftoo 
gB^; rude, impudent, bold-faced, wiooddb 
09^00^. See LfPUDEKT. 

B6ld-'fft§ed, a, impudent, saucy ,b5^oo«!^,^6(bi. 

Bold'ness, n. bravery, courage, assurance, ooS 

^.^0DO^B,QD^O2P<2)lOD8f 800CB^, a.^OOB^OOO}^. 

Bdld-'shore, n. 8^d6^iGS^88oo9i^ooc8,Q9i^8ia} 

8i; a steep, od^o5c8i. 
B5le,n« akindof clay, oooSoocoo^S. See Bolits. 
B511, n* a seed vessel, pericarp, oo^^c8^,oo^^ 

coa8. , V. t. <fedB^coio5S^»dBS. 

Bolster, n. a long pillow, £oo©ipoedB,8^oooi|S. 

■, V. t. to support oDdi^cSjS. 
Bolt, n. an arrow, ^^; a thunderbolt, c8n^; 

the bolt of a clock, |^iS^ ; the bolt of a. 

door^ ^godf^flb8toS,f^8SoDS; a metal 

pin used in fastening, |^b, ^^osS^ot 

dBooio^wSodS^oood^cB^. , v. i. to 

rush away, oosc8^cgSooc8cB. , v. t. 

to fasten with a bolt, 8So6SQ65oo^b,^toS 

oo^coi^^ ; to sift, c^ibooif (^1. 
Bo'lus, n* a bole, oooS^^G8^,ox>S^(gi^o88^. 
B6mb,ii. a shell or bombnshell, ^Sso^o^odo^. 

o^aratb8«B^t8»§lbff f 8000^. 

<l9, wQlf;farl^r)ide, pysh; ei.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as ahigas j;g asinget; g asz;:^ 

Digitized by 



Bom-bard', tr. t. to attack with bombs^ of8»c8p. 
Bom'bar-diGr', n. yiasoSfS. 
Bom-bard'ment, n. coSojdB^jOoSt^tooSocncfip. 
Bom'bast, n. high sounding words, o3Soog8iod 
O1001, ooSoDc6iajoocfl6/ooSoDc8i<x)ooio^5» 

Bom-bast'iCi a. high sounding, inflated, oocBi 
o3^So88S8 bombast. 

BomV-shell, n. cSpoof . See Boiia 

Bo'na-fi'de, adv. Lat. f\^\AS,^SS. 

Bond, n, ooWico5,ooSrnx)5o^, ooSooooS o^, od^ 
©1 ojjjSfxjS,^i#i ooS. See «iooS. o : j q; the bond 
of peace, ooSoj^odSSi^udSodS. See oo. 9: q; 
the bond of perfectness, cx>^ooicx>^^ioo 
^1. See oDc8t. ^: J9; a written obligation, 

Bond' age, n. confinement, restraint, oo^cx>^q^8 
«o5oooD8; slavery, ooS<^o^, 

Bond'ed, a. andp.p. <S^ooic5Sa^^8^ooaD8oo^i. 

Bond'maid, n. a female slave, o^^^^* 

B6iid'man,B6nd'-servant,n,a man slaveyOj^Sg). 

B6nd'-sf r'vije, n. oo^ciio^^yO^o^^odcSSioo^t^iooS. 

Bond'-slave, n. ajS8^o68,yiG8|Sc^o^S, 

Bonds'man, n. c/io^ ^8^00008001 y 101008^. 

Bone, n. c5,o9Sooo6ooc^. , v. t. «io§Sootj5. 

Bune'-set'ter, n. yiooiooQi^o^so^ic^iooDftocsi^ap, 

Boneless, a. oo«]5ooc^odcS^. 

Bon'fire, n. S^chxS^ooScoitiOco^^i^tS^^o^p 


Bogf mof (bong'mo), n. Fr. a witty repartee, ooS 
oog8i^ooHooo6^, co^cx)c8ioo|Soooi80iooo6^. 

Bon'net, n. a head cover, 8^0^,8^001^. 

Bon'ny, cu good, handsome, 9i,tj5ooi,ooioog^ 
9i^Ss5; gay, merry, cSf Stojf 5008^,08^ 


Bo'nus, n. oo^oo^a2li8. See Fbemium. 

Bo'ny, a. oo«5ocn,G8^880oc6od),oo|Sc08f^cB8oo^ooi 
oo8bij:^^oDo^oo«5(38^<])1ooi8^^ c^^. 

Boo'by, n. cS^coojS; a dunce, a stupid fel- 
low, yl£»<»1800l000O^a2|S0O^0O8O9cB^. 

Boodh,n. (o28ots), oicSi88yioiooifioocoo^,Soi8ooS 
oooS88o(»«88Qoco9Scsij^ o9ioocBioS8oy8. 

64 BOO 

Boodh'igm, «. 00^10^^00^0016028010000^08^0^^08 

Boodh^ist, n. <^iooiooo2popiocn(^io28oi. 

Boodh-is'tic, a. co^«0888oj^opiocnojio2toi. 

Book, n. c6S,QftSooo7^; a volume, oSSooooQS; 
o5So88ooioo^c^8oo^^0800^coi 00 ^i oo o^S o 

cB8ooi blank book , v. U c^f^tjoBooi 


Book-'ac-count', n. c5So^. 

Book'-bin'der, n. ytQic6So;{« 

Book'-bind'ing, n. oo^QioftSo^. 

Book'-cise', n. o&Soooooo1e8G8, o^obt"^. 

Book'-keep'er, n. an accountant, o^coiooc^tlp 
•oo»^88 ooS co) 00^ ^ioo«^. 

Book-knowl'edge, Book'-learn'ing, n. ooS88^^ 

Book'-mak'ing, n. ooSwic^g8^o&5. 

Book'-mark, n. 00^000101001 ooS|Soaio£S^iSoo 
00 oio^^ooc6^oo8^« 

Book'-seU'er, n. yioo1o5S8. 

Book'-shelf, n. ooyS8|5ooiyioSo55cDioo88p. 

Book'store, n. qo1€^ooooi8,oo)o55ooc5|S. 

Book' worm, n. a worm that eats books, o^\ 
coiooo^oo88io5S; a person addicted to 
reading, yicoioooosbis^^ooioooso&Soooi. 

Boom, n. a standing boom, ooi^oot6ooioi868SS 
oooo8^88o6oodBSoo80icoiooc68Soo o^S ^ b 
008^; a studding-sail boom, c^^oocScoioo. 
dB8oooo^c8|Soo^oojSooi od8oo6oo8oo8S;a 
chain or bar to check a ship's progress, 

oocScbiooSooc^. , v.i. to roar as guns,. 


BQon,n. a favor, oo^oo^ooiooo(2ii8a8S,ooSaj)^8. 
, a. kind, gay; as, a boon compan- 
ion, 0OO0(fi8O01OOGB^88O2^^OO8^,O2^8l 008 

Boor, n. a rustic, a clown, yiy^oo^c^lSyOiador 

Boor'ish, a. »iodoo8So88yioiooo2S8ooo^Soooo^. 
Boo'sy,Boo2y, a. fuddled, ^io&8oob8. Colloq^ 
Boot, n- profit, oo^odo(2|l8,oo^oo1c8^,oo^o9Sod)|^ 

00018 ; the leathern apron of a carciage^ 

4e,i,o,u,y,long; a,e>iA^fft i»hort; cftre, far, listf f§ll» wh^t; thdre, vgil, tSrm; pique; dona, fftr^ 

Digitized by 


BOT 66 

to protect the rider from rain or mud, 

ODSotG0l09^O900^00^^0010d0D @oo 6S Q^ 

ox J ooSobji qS 9% 00 8S ; a covering for the 

foot, S^AotcB , V. t. ^c6So^\t; as, 

^'hat boots it, ^Sooo^itScb^* 

Booth, n* a temporary shelter, b, ^. 

Boot'less, a. useless, ooo(2||8oo^^,oon^8a>^o3^. 

Boot'y, n- plunder, pillage, ooSc^^^^. 

Bo-peep', n. ooScSSfi^oj^ioSoj^ioooocKjS. 

Bo'rax, n. c6i^1*,oc>oipo^ac>>ooooo56. 

BOr'der, n. an outer part or edge, co gi, oo j^i 

oDf S,oDC[i,99«)Dn,oofWii* , V. i. to be 

adjacent to, GB^coioowity^d^cgtog^oo^oo^, 

fiS^QOioooo^t. , t;.^ to furnish with 

a border, «ioidBfoooD€|^\8^oa«|^io6«,«i<fe 

Bdr^der-er, n. (/icB|So2t8t<:^ooex>it. 

Bore, V. i. to make a hole by turning an instru- 
ment, ^oo^,<J)^. , n. a hole made by 

boring, ooS<J)S^; the caliber, Si0|odiSoo 
^,0^00^1 ; an anoyance, a>^o65oDS,ooStti 
oSScoS; a tidal wave, o6odooic8^,3^*g8^. 

Bo're-al, a. uorthern, co^oo^SsoDodiSiooS. 

Bo^re^as, n. O9o&icoiodo6a>io3o6i88oo8. 

Bor'er, n. the tool, ^ ^ ; a kind of worm, oiS 

B6rD, p. p. of bear, c^^^,c6te^ ; bom again, 
regenerate, d3^^poo8too^,f^^o2^ d8 o^t dB. 
See dBi. ^: ^. 

Bdr'ough, n. ooSotS^cSlSSiipoS^cfiioSSj^ioaoSe. 

Bdr'rdw, v. t. <flS^S,<At|^^oDg;tolive by bor- 
rowing, c8^sS^. 

Bo'som, n. oas^yS; heart, affections; oo8,odsoo 

oD^9b^oo^<^,o»K3SpooS. , a. dear, inti- 

mate,cog:6; as, a bosom friend,0DrB80D8c8. 

Boss, «. ooSoo8Sno;»S,oa^o9^a96S; a raised or- 
nament, od^oo^a98Sooio9^oDooioou5oo8'i; 
superintendent, master, ooooe^. 

Bo-tan'ic, a. oo^oDsStcfitod^i. See Botany. 

Bot^an-ist,n. yicoioof^oi^ botany oooSooS^. 

Bofa-nize, v. i. o^cj^ggl^^oi^^^oaa^ (plants) 

B5t'a-ny, n.{S9Qo^i) the sdence of plants, m^ 


02^00^008031 9003p^|l<58^ 00 o|S (plauts) 

oDooo^SsoooDo^Soeooi. See Plant. 
B5tch, n. a pustule, ooSooD^oig^i; a clumsily 
mended spot, o^^QiopioocSSoocSioS^cSiobt. 
■ , v. t. to mend badly, d^ojXQo^a^tSSco 


Both, a. the two; as, both persons, doicSS; both 

things, 5oicoiS. 
Both'er, v. t. to tease, perplex, pother, «i o56 

ODS,<»t^8,QlC0C&^02^' ^^^ BOTHEB, V. t. 

Bots, n.pL ooo^ootBioofD^. 

Bot'tle, n. oc8; a large bottle, ocSeeS^; a vial, 
ocd8,oc8oo€08. \ V. if. to inclose in bot- 
tles, oS|SooSodioc8^i,odi«oSoo^o3iog8^i« 

Bol/tom, n. ood,oo8^o68,5o1, 90890:2)8 ; as a chair- 
bottom, d6Hco^|iood9l; the bottom of the 
sea, S^cb^OD&ot; the foundation, 0^8^068, 
od 6^^068 ; the bottom of the ship, o^dBoo 
m, O3c8od^; the inside of a ship, ooc8 
oooo ^, 00 © o1 ; a valley, a dale, 00^^1,03 

Bot'tom-less, a. oootToooS^jOo^S^ooScoSoDcB^. 

Bot'tom-ry, n. ooS8^03c8ooTODSc8S§ood8. 

Bot'tom-up'ward, arfr. to be bottom upward, 

Bough(bou),n.a large branch of a tree, c^^jS^. 

Boun9e, v. i. to spring, leap, i^coSS^i^^ti^ 
<gi; to thump, beat, €b802,€b8<gi. 

Boun'^er, n. yicoiooQibS bounce isboo 088; a 
brag, yiooioooocSioooiooioDSjyioDcSiojoo 
(fiiV, a lie, ooSooo^80oo^^o8S^; something 
big of its kind, 00^088^0301; as, that calf 
is a bouncer, n^^S^^8^^8db^. 

Boun^ng, ^- #»8?»ojp,§J>,oDSojf ajjSij^. 

Bound jimp, and p.p. of bind. See Bind. , a.. 

destined, 8j5o3ooiS; as, where are you 
bound to(or for)? ^8^ooooi^^cb^; bound to 

(or for)Bassein, coooi^iooS^. , v.t: to 

fix boundaries, oo|^o6SooSoocDi,cSSo6Six)S 
ooooi,mf ^cdSooooi. , v. i. to leap, jump,. 

i^, *^03cii^, *pODO^Si|5aDc^S, »f ODf ^ ip 00* 

f S; to bound back, oo8oo^^,oo8ooo)opi. 
Bound'a-ry, w. the limit, 00001 odS, 0000091^; the 

49^W9lf;farl|rifde,.pf sh;6.tc0. silent; 9ass; 9ha&8h; g as j; gas in get; s a8z;x asgz; nas in linger^ 

Digitized by 



boundary of a country ) iS^aDi^oMOiiotot. 
BouudlesB, a. unlimited, om&ooi^oogS^. 
Boun'te-ou8y a. beneficenti uj^odtoci^ioo^; 

generous, o3^^^9^2^o}^otj||ita9^§|Soo^. 
Boun'ty, n. liberality, beneficence, o^^oD^cg^ 

Bou-quet' (boo-ka'), w. 8o©ao8^,8oo^i,ooS^i^. 

Bourne, n. a goal^ oo^ooQDioo8,c^^OQODoai^« 

Bout,w.aturn,oooDlfOo8; byturnn, 00010909)1 
oDoiooS; a trial, a set to, ooWibo^d^. 

Bo'vine, a. oo^ooiSw^SSiof^Si. 

Bow(bou), v.i. to bend, inflect, o3|^,oi02; M 
grain to the wind &c; 00^,09^; as a per- 
son, ooo2»c8i; to bow submissively, dB^cSi 
oooat; to bow respectfiJly, (qi^o^SopS^, 
<jjHc8ioo8^,8^tcSioo8^. , V. t. to de- 
press the spirits, qioo<^ioo^,qiooo{^oo 

^jQiooo^^Qioooot. , Wo an inclination 

of the head, 03^0:31^0^008^ ,o9^(gk8ioo8^; 
the bow of a ship, ooc6oo8^o}^o3^. 

Bow (bo), n. an instrument to shoot arrows, a^; 
anything curved, 00^0002^,09^00021,00100 
^,ooSoooljj)i ; the rainbow, ooi^c^i;the 
bow of a stringed instrument, f ^i§[^*9^ 
<j5; the bow of a yoke, cS^oj. 

Bow'el§(bou'els), n. theintestinen^yS; tender- 
ness, compassion, oo^ooioo^i. 

Bow'er (bou'er), n. an arbor, o^^nootj^, 8000^, 

Bdwl, n. a concave vessel, dBS^giooooi^oDoS; 
the hollow part of anything; as, the bowl 

of a spoon, f ^coiioo^i. , v. t. to roll 

as a bowl, ^Boo^too^(Qi^oocoi^« 

Bowl'der, n. coi^cgi^oocoi^otS^fOci^o^ooo^i. 

BdVline, n. oo^oo^ooi</i8dB^^ox6ic^ioodBoo 

BowFing, n.oo^c8Sc^^ta9^iooH<]ip^oDooi^oooocf S. 

Bowring-alley, t2.oo^88^oac8ooiyioBSc^^<]ip|S 

Bqw'sprit, n. one of the spars of a ship,ooc8oof S. 

Box, n. a chest, ooccf); a round boz,cibt8S; a slap 
with the hand* oo^bc8toDi^,oo^^t8t.«— — , 
t;. t. to box up, oi|Sooiooocn^i8t^o3ScD5 

m BRA 

008^0^1^; to strike the head with the 

hand, bidBtooif^^oSi.- ,t;, i. to fight 

with tiie fist, cScSSoooot. 

Box'er, n. ^^icDioocSoo^c^.yiooioo^^^cBoo^. 

Boy, w. 8oo^8Sgl. 

Boy'hood, n. g8*>8oo|5ooooc8S, 

Boy'ish, a. like a boy, «iooo9tc8ioi8oo|S8S^. 

Braje, v. t to prop up, oiSdB^tS5,uiSo!j5i\c8f»; to 
make taut, c^icoiocioocbS; to brace the 
nerves, fBioocx>if09^o{^c8^ooooc8^,oSi|c8^ 

00008. , n. a prop, oi^,oD^oi^dB^o>^, 

co^oiSm&Sui^ocdS* , pi. suspenders, 

oo^^oo^i; a pair, a couple, ood3,oDi^; 
a wimble, |^o6S,oot^So2^c8. 

Bra9elet,n. a wristlet, ^c^i,od§^^8iooi8S 

BracVi-al,a.pertaining to the arm,09^cx>t8tf q^; 
as, the brachial artery, of ij^ooag^ioo 
c8; resembling an arm, a>iooc8ioSoofq^. 

Brack, n. ookD^I^,o9^ooSoo^i8,oo^obBG8^oobt. 

Brack'et, n. (gto^t), ^^, oo^^8d8|58ooioo^f ^00 

O9Ol001OOSf^^^«^9l, OO^OOlOOOOtfllxSQlOOl 

€8^09^0^91008^. — — ,l)i. 09io5S^iooocn 
coSoo^ooc8i09c8c6§o8foooo^i(g)c8^ Od 8 o ^ 

O08V,00843B|Sb§O&l [ ]. 

Brack^isfa, a. saltish, c8cc^|^«c8oo^t^t« 

Brad, n. a kind c^nail, oo8o^coiooioo8So9d3p. 

Brag, V. i. ooc8ic^oDGBi^,o9c8io|8cBioooot,ooG8\ 
o@iic6iooo98. , n. See Bbag, v.i. 

Brsg'ga-d6'ci-o(shi-o), Brag'gart, w. a boaster, 
yioOiooo|te8iooo98, yiooiooo^iic&iooooi. 

Brah'min, n. (@^o^)i c^icoiojoeSidB. 

Brah-mm'ic-al, a. o9HQoo^Wco^oo^8088i@^d^. 

Brah-min'ism, fu ^^ojSoooo^o^^oo^o^. 

Braid, v. U oS^oo^. , w. q9^oS^,o9^oo^3d|S. 

Br&ils, II. 4l^o>»^oqic8|SoD^oD^. 

Brain, n« the contentsof the skull, 8^|6; the un- 
derstanding, ooSo^^^o^^c^. , V. t to 

beat out the brains, c^||ogi^88^co^t3&,Sc9^ 

Brain'le8s,a^ Q9Sog|So^o2^a>^o9G8^,Qitb. 

Brain-pan, n. the skuU, the cranium, 8^oo|S«5. 

Brain'sick, a. ooto9a>tp9^oc!8^oooo8a9cB^. 

4,e,i#d,u,y,long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; c&re« far^ ltot,fftll, wh^t; th^re, veil, term; pique; ddne, f6r, 

Digitized by 



Brake, n. a kind of fern, cS^ySosQg.Scfi^cgS 
00 00 oj5; a thicket, cd^ooooS. See o^i. 
09:6, 001 8^^001^ 00 ogl, See^l. g: 00; an 
instrument for breaking flax or hemp, ^00 
bioDioQiogSosSasooSS ; for retarding mo- 
tion, fe8@ooSa;j8ooSbioo8S; the handle of a 
pump, feiajtooosooopcS; a cart used in 
breaking horses, o9^oDiyio8^c8coc»^oo8S. 

Briim'ble, n. a rough, prickly shrub, qscBSoos 

Bran, n» ?^^^« 

Branch, n* an offshoot from the main body, 
ooSoa 3,00^080; as, the limb of a tree, c»j5oo 
3; the branch of a river, a tributary, ooo^ 
005; a descendant from a common stock, 
ooSoo©iiooo^^,ooSoo^^oo 001 ; a section, di- 
vision, co^|i<98008oi. , V. i. and r. t. 

08 3, <58 9dB^. See Ramify. 

Branch'y, a. cS^SsoosoogSo;?). 

Brand, n. a stick burnt, »^Gis>,o^o|o:gi«o, od^ 
^^ hj oo^ ^^ o:giS h ; a mark made by a 
hot iron, ooSo§^oOicD«icfec8^booioo8r8S. 

, vj. to burn a mark on, «i(^c8^ 

00 &% (ooS o ^^) 001 008 rSS ; to make infa- 
mous, «lC088lCg5yi0500lOo8l. 

Brand'ish, v. t to shake or flourish, 6S0S00S. 
Brand'-new, Bnin'-new, a, 08, 08068^8, 08 06S00S. 
Brand'y, n. (@^Si) (»8oooDcij5. 
Bra'sier(bra'zher),n. onewho works in brass, 

Brass, n* c8ic8; impudence, oo8ooiooooG8Soop 


Brass'y, a. partaking of brass, o^«^588c8Sc8; 
Uke brass, c8io588c8Sc8. 

Brat, n. a child, (so called in contempt), 8oo^ 
00100008(^(381, ooioooo85oo^ooS,oo^ 00^ r88 

Bra-va'do, n- a boast, a brag, ooSoocSioooiooi 
ooS ; an arrogant speech, oo^oo c6i »i ^i 

Brave, a. intrepid, courageous, ^,008^0009^, 
oo8^iooc8^; as, a brave person, (^1008,008, 
ooS|^8,yioo|. , V. t. to defy, dare, ooi|,S 


ooS,8^ooiooS; to meet and do courageous- 

ly, «iooScBooSioj^. 
Briv'er-y, n. noble courage, intrepidity, ooS 

008^0005^,00^008^100 g8^,ooSQooioj^. 
Bra'vo, n. a bandit, ooSoj^ooSajj^^i^t* ' 

int. well done, 010088. 
Brawl, V. i. to contend, scold, rB823o1ooS,oocfii 

ooSobcodbs. , n. a noisy quarrel, ooS 

OO^c85 5880008^ 8800S c88O0lc8535OD8. 

Brawn, n. the flesh of a boar, cSscDoogo^; the 
muscular part of the body, 00^08 ooSgjS 
ooioacBib, 00100 §^, ooio^oS; muscular 
strength, ooooc8^aj^,ooSoooSajpoooo1aj^. 

Brawn'y, a. muscular, (»^S8^,o5ood8^aj^. 

Bray, v, t. as in a mortar, c8SooS,65ooS.-^ , 

V. t. as an ass, c88§ooc^^c8ic88d8^ooo88. 

Bray'ing, n. ooc»^c8irB8a8^ooS. 

Braze, v. t. fi68?3o5ooSooaoiooic8Sc8. 

BriVzen, a. (^c8^booic8Sc8; as, a brazen cup, 
g8c8Sc8,c88c8Sc8; pertaining to brass, od^ 
e>0888c8Sc8; impudent, ooS^SajsoooS^. 

Bra-zil', Bra-zil'wood, n. o?^oooooj5,oic8ic88b 
001 ScooooS. 

Breach, n. a rent, ooSc^^i38,ooSoo5,ooSobid6^; 
a breach in a wall, ooSc8i§Sooc8S; a breach 
of friendship, ooSdb^c85cgc85o088i, 00S8 
08^80800881, ooSoo^c8588ooi88i ; a breach 
of la w , ooSo^^(»^q1ooo5 ooS «i c85, ooS oj^ 
oo^o1oor)5ooSo8i>ooSd8, ooS «i 00 c8 00 @S ; a 
breach of promise, 0002^00881,0080^^8^ 

0O8O088l,C»8©^O088l . 

Bread, n* cB^; any food, ooSoS^ooSefl. 

Breadth, n. ooc6S,oo8^«8i. 

Break, v. t. to separate forcibly, «ie8ogSG6i, 
«ico88iooooiScg6; to break crosswise, c88 
ooS; to break lengthwise, split, c8oo^o8; to 
break a string or rope, «ic8^6bS<gi,ocj8 
(feS ^1 ; to make a first disclosure, ob S 
ooS,^idBooS; to break an animal, c§8oo^ 
8c«5i8,o8^c8oo^8cfiS8; to break one's 
heart, «ir8S«i8i, «iooo^«»ioo§iyioooo8f8 
^8ooc6S ; to break friendship, «io088iooS 
ob^c85cgc85,«iooi8iooS8o8^8d8, «ico88iooS 

do,w9lf;furl,rade,pysh;e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h a8 8h$gasj;gasinget;§a8z;xasgz;na8inlinger* 

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«)j)c8588c85;to break law, oj^od^^IoooSooS 
08^00^08, op^oo^olooo5ooS«ic8S: to break 
a })romise, wico88iooSo^^S^ooo38,«ioo88i 

ooSosi^c8i^c8iooo38. , V. i. to break 

in pieces, oo8o8,8Se8,c8ioo<^: to break, as a 
rope, (^5,c8^(^5; to become bankrupt, 00 
«S8^opic88ojiaoc^oo^ ; to burst, 8^ 08 ; to 
dawn, as the morning, ^Sso^c8^,<^Sdlo8^. 
—Break away, to disengage one's self, 
go, og^<^8^^; as clouds, disperse, orjSooi^o 
cg5,^S^c8icbc8^coi.— Break down, c8i§S 
ogS. — Break forth, to i8sue,oiSc8^,(glc8^; 
to break forth in speech, ooc8ic8^coo8 A 
— Break from,og^(^8ng5. —Break in, gS^n 
gSoi; to break into, enter forcibly, odi^^ 
gS. — Break off. to be parted as a frag- 
ment,85ngS,cx)iVcg5,oo(^Scg5;to desist, stop, 
dBooS,cS^ooc8S, «ic3b5ogS. See oi. 9: jq. — 
Break out, oiSdB^,^ c8^;a s in eruptions, od 
8c8^,no^Sc8^ — Break up, as an assem- 
bly, to adjourn, <aSc85oDS<fi^§^q§^.— 
Break with, «iaj88iooooSc^^oo^cgoocB80D 

cB8. , n, an opening, ooSc^ie8ooc8S, 

ooSoD^o80©c8^ ; a pause, an interruption, 

ooSa8^cocBS,oo^Q8^ooS,ooS s8ooS,ooS^Sog5, 

ooS(^cg5;the break of day, <jS30^,<jS80^61, 

Break'age, n. an allowance for things broken, 

COlScOl OoSooS^^CoSc^8,OcSoOp^SoD^0800«8. 

Break'er, n. co8oo^o8§8cx)(^§c8^coiooi^oi,oDi 

Break'fast, w. the morning meal, ooS£8^odi8i 

8. , VA. d3^ooScoi8i8. 

Break'wat-er, n. ooSoDwi^eoSooS. 

Breast, n. the breast of a woman, gS; the chest, 

cx)8flyS; the mind, 00^^0038. , v. t. to 

meet with the breast,oo^ooi^^S,a)^oo«85; 

to oppose manfully, dBolooioooDg^ooojS. 
Breasf bone, n. the sternum, o38^ySooc5. 
Breasts-high, a. od8ic8^o2ioo8^1(^S. 
Breast'pin, n. a brooch, ^^cb8co5coi85^^fi682X)5 

00^^00008^ yS5o880000t35bODlboo8S. 

Breast'plAte, n. o38|lySoooo«S8, 
Breastwork, n. c85cdiooco8ic8^oiScoio38^<^S. 

58 BRE 

Breath, n. air respired, ooSod1,odc6iodiood1c8jS 
oolcSi; the time of a single respiration, 
ooo1c8^ooc8ooc6S<j^i,oo^'[8ool; a single re- 
spiration, ooS od) c8^ 00 c8 ; a breath of 
wind, ooSoDOj^oocS. 

Breathe, v. i. to respire, o3lc8^o51c8i; to live, 
0D8^»bS^03808; to take breath, rest, 088098 
g8^oo); to breathe, as the wind, ooo6iobno 
oj^oDOj^; to utter softly, oDc8inocgoo^,no 

cBi^oj^ooS. , v. t. to breathe into, 

GjgS.See j8i. j :q; to breathe upon, gjooS 

Breath'i'ng, n. respiration, oo^odI c8^ 03) c8i : 
taking breath, 00^06^09808^03): breath- 
ing after, aspiration, ooS8^|,Sooiooo8,ooS 


Breath'less, a. ceased breathing, dead, ooSoo) 
c8^oolc6iooc8^,oo80D8c8^; spent with vio- 
lent action, ooSc8io98c8ic8i,ooSc8ic8^c8i 

Breech, «. the posteriors, orBS,oc8S,os>; the 
but-end, 00^000; as, the breech of a gun, 

Breech'e^, n.jjl. short trowsers, ooS^^o. 

Breech'ing, n. oo(»^oo8iooSoo^iooc8coiooo8oo 

Breed, v.i. to be pregnant, oic8^,cS^§8oocxj8oo 

008. , V, t, to bring forth young, oS^ 

^?»5^?! to beget, dB^8; to province, <^8o8jS 
dB^,q^8(^c8^,q^8glc8^, oppoolcS^; to edu- 
cate, o8^c8^^c888o5oo85ooc8ioD^oo8SoooS 

00088. ffi. a race, a progeny, oooDOijS, 


Breed'ing, n. education, manners; as, good 
breeding, ooS^gSo8ooS «i ooS, ooojS ooS 00 

Breeze, n, a light wind, ooSaDaj^aDoo^,oDo5io6 

Bre-vet',w.M7. a title above one's pay, ooc8S 

c8c8^OoS00^8O^0OO280O<^OO3d)c8^O0S . 

Bre'vi-a-ry, n. a compend, an epitome, c65ooi 
^^ooSo8^o6oooo8oood5, S0&8 ooS 00 088 oS c65 


i,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; eftre, far, last, fall, what; there, v§il, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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Brev'i-ty, n. shortness of time, ooSooo^S.odSS 
cB5,coSoo8S; conciseness, ooSodcSx^icS. 

Brew (bra), v. t. to plot, contrive, odi^cS^ ^oj^ 
odS; to make beer,8o5ooiS(beer). SeeBEEB. 

BreVer, n. yiooioo8o5ooiS. 

Bre>v'er-y, w. ooc8S^c^i8o5ooiSooioo^i. 

Bribe, n. ooS 8^ os ^ og{S coiaoS(ixm ox oo^ oo «8. 
, v.t. oo^8^ogooiooSoooioD^oo«8. 

BriVer-y, n. the act of giving a bribe, ooSoj^ 
S^os^oj^ ; the act of receiving a bribe, 
oD^c3^8^o8,oo^o58^^8^oB. See Bbibe. 

Brick, n. ajsi, gSooc^. , v. t. 91c8ic^ic8ig8 

Brick'bat, n. G|8iooS8,G8oDoboo88. 

Brick'-dust, n. Gj8ioooD^^,G8a:>obooao^^. 

Brick'-kiln (kfl), m. ooSoocSSooiyiajScBoxfe. 

Brick'-mak'er, n. yi«iGjt8,yi«iG8oD<fe8, 

Brid'al, a. belonging to a bride, nuptial, co^ 

fDeSsoooog^sBS^^jOo^cosooSooooS^. , 

n. marriage, ooSooodS^. 

Bride, n.ooGOs^sBS^^. 

Bride'groom, n. oooDi^jSSgl. 

Brides-'maid, n. oDoos^sBS^^oooDcBg^j^. 

Brides-'man, n. oooog^sBS^oooocBsg). 

Bride' well, w. a house of corection, oS^oscSooi 

Bridge, w. a bridge from one bank to another, 
c6i ; the bridge of the nose, ^©ic8i8S,^©x 
00^. , V. t. «ic8i,«i8o5o6ooic8i. 

Bri'dle, n. reins, oDoj^fe8c§*,oo8o©^^i; acheck, 

restraint, ooS@,ooS@oo5. , v.t. to 

put on a bridle, (^8oo^c8^c»8oo^; to disci- 
pline, control, o8^ t8^ ; to control one's 
self, restrain, cBioooo8,§80ocx)8. 

Brief, a. short, ^j^; as, a brief period, od8S, oo 
8S8,8cB58i; a brief speech, ooSodcSi^icS; 
a memorandum, o55c^8^^ooSgic6. 

Bri'er, n. cox^^jcox^pcox^. 

Bri'er-y, a. oDi82^ooi^orf),(]8^88coi82^ooi^, 

Brig, n. a two masted vessel, cx)c8(]8^88oocoS 


Bri-gade', n. og8^SoD^cSa)<j. 
Brig'a-dier', n. cS^odioooS brigade oo8^. 


Brig'and, n. a robber, yioo^ioo^5ooS8oooi. 

Brig'an-tine, n. a kind of small fleet brig, odc8 

Bright, a. shining, luminous, oD^Soogx,oD8i 
^Sodod5,od8ic8^,c^iod8ic8^, clear, od8i 
aj; resplendent, oo^Soo^Soogi, ooSi^S 
ododS; ingenious, quick-witted, oo8co8oi 


Bright'en, v. i. to grow bright, oD8i8^c8^b; to 

become clear, oocbcoc8c8^. , v. t. to 

make bright, «iod8ic8^,«iod@^c8^. 

Brightness, n. splendor, lustre, brilliancy, 

Brill'ian-^y, n. ooSoo8ic§SiX>oo5,ooSoo8ioooooD5. 

Brill'iant (-yant), a. shining, <feioD8i,oo8x^SoD 
ooS, coSiojSojS, oo8i c§S 00 oo5 ; sparkling 
with lustre, odSxodJ^^ od Q^ ; splendid, 
illustrious, oocoxodSx, ooo5oocox,oojSod8x 

8^ ,n. a diamond, ooS^Sc^xodSi, 

ojS; a kind of fine clcth, ooSoD8g5o30DOj5. 

Brim, n. the rim crupper edge, o^od ji(»ooc^i,yo 
8^^; of a river or other water, c6^iodiS8^. 

Brim'fol, a. full to the top, ^xcS^j^icSf ^xoS, 

Brim'stone, n. sulphur, oo8. 

Brin'ded,Brin'dled, a. variegated, spotted, ©^ 

Brine, n. salt water, o5od^c5,c5c8. 

Bring, v.t. to fetch, convey hither, ob85,o685 
«8i.— Bring about, to effect, <^8<fec8^,«xcfe 
c8f.— Bring back, o6oji85; to recall, q%ob 
opi, Szojx. — Bring down, to humble, a8^ 
c8i,(^8a8jSc8ioocx)8.— Bring forth, to pro- 
duce, as young, cS^Jj)^ ,308^; as fruit, 00^ 
c8^.— Bring forward, to cause to ad- 
vance, q^8o6«8i; to produce to view, q^8cgl 
c8^.— Bringin, to introduce,si5ig5;to pro- 
duce, as income, ij^8ooric8^8SdB^.— Bring 
out, to light, q^8<j5)c8|5,«i<jjlc8^,o5<jpc8^ — 
Bring over, c^coSooix, odcSx^Sod S ooii.— 
Bring to, as a ship, Naut. q^8(^^oDcBSaoc8; 
to resuscitate, q^«oo^c8^ oji. — Bring un- 
der, to subdue, qi^ii «x zjo^. — Bring up. 

do,w9lf; furljrjide, pysh; eA.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; § as z;x asgz; n as in ligger. 

Digitized by 


BEO 60 

to rear, raise, ajScS^ajScSStoS^cSoScSjajS 
8091; as a matter for discussion, ©8c8^od 

Brink, n. an edge, a border, oood|^i,ooc»^i,oo 
c8s ^ ; as, the brink of a river, good j^a oos, 
ooooGj^iooSjOO^i; of a pit, ooS^ioooD^i. 

Brin'y, a. salt, c8,c8oofe8fe«. 

Brisk, a. lively, vivacious, §,oS,oS^^ ,t?. t. 

to animate, «»i9^9^Djg,wio2^^cx)8^oo^. 

Brisk'et, n. co^8cBS8oocx)8^9Soog^. 

Brisk'ness, n. vivacity. See Bbisk. 

Bris'tle (bris'l), n. the stiff hair of the hog and 
of some other animals, odaj^cS^d^^ 5 cSs 

8^^00088. , V. t. to stand erect like 

bristles, O0o«j^oo^8c8^. 

Bri-tan'nic, Brit'ish, a. oo^t30888cBS@8oo^. 

Brit'on, n. yi@8oD^8. 

Brittle, a. easily broken, fragile, c§8,§8^8i8, 

Broach, v. t. to pierce, tap, as a cask of liquor, 
Qi^c8^,^S§c8^; to begin; as, to broach a 
subject, 09c8idBc8^; to broach a quarrel, 

Broad, a. v^ide, expansive, cbS, o8cbS ; open, 
clear, ^; to be broad, c8|5^o9S,c8iao8^, 
cS^oB; extensive, o88^,o8(^S. 

Broad'ax, Broad'axe, n. cglooo3^^o8cbS. 

Broad'cast, adv. widely dispersed, c8i@1c6^«8. 

Broad'cloth, n. cx>80ooo8oos5^,cx>8aocx)80ocg|. 

Broad' side, n. Sodoiq); as, the broadside of a 
ship, odc88odoiq1; to fire a broadside, ^5 

COI 90c3^0D1 CO c8 OOf ^Olo68CoS ^^98bcOC^C^. 

Broad'sword, w. ^8coiooco^^o8(i)S. 
Bro-cade', n. (@ioj8)ooc8^ooSc^8QS€8p88oo8coi 

ooc8i,ooSooobScoScoi9iG|booic»c8S oS o\ 06 

Q^oioc88ooi brocade O9f^,^^8|,oo8|. 
Br6'cage,Br6'kage, n. ooS^i88ocflc8ioji©8iog 

8i. See Bboeebage. 
Brogue, n. a shoe, S^SsooooojS ; a peculiarity 

of pronunciation, odc8icoSc8^8- 
Broi'der, v. t. 808c&^8089i. See Embboideb. 
Broil, V. t. oD^jOD^ooS ; as, to broil fish, co^q^. 

^, n. discord, feud, ooSoo^c85dB8aD. 


Bro'ken, a. ccS ; broken hearted, c8^88ogpoD^ 
oD8c8i,o2^c8SoD88i ; contrite, coSSSoo^cSi 


Bro'ken-ness, n. oo^aoS,ooSoDSooS8i,ooSooyS,ooS 
85 ; brokenness of heart, contrition, 
penitence, o6^c8iojiooSb8oo8, g8^88ooSoj^ 

Bro'ken-wind'ed, a. having short breath, ool 


Bro'ker, w, yi9i^%80DScoi9ioioo8S,a)l^Si8ooS 

Bro'ker-age, n. a broker's fee, coS^Soo^i8. 
Bron'chi-a, n. (@^f i) Anat. dbooiS (air) ooo^i 

c8d8900CX)888<^ia2O0008^00O^ . 

Bron'chi-al, a. oo^t30888@^^i, Soisoo^ 00 oSs 06 
ooi?i(air)ooo^ioocflooi cr&o89»oc>8gg1 ooi o 

Bron'chi-tis, n. @^gico),r85cgSan8ic6^ooooo^. 

Br6n'cho-§ele, «. Jtf6(?. goiter, ooScB5ogS8^,ooS 

Bronze (bronz), n. c8S8i88i«5gSo)5|)^c^o^Soooo8, 

cSSog. fV. t.QxcbS^a^c^^^ bronze a^cBz. 

Bron'zy, a. like bronze, c8io588 bronze. 
Brooch, n. a brenst-pin, ooSooo5oocoi(]8^88a>8 

O^SSOCOCSOOI yt ^ ^ 9b% 230S CX>1 OO0O8 ^ (jSj 


Brood, V. i. to incubate, hatch, o^, cBScSx ; to 
cover with the wings, as a hen, o^coSb 
ooiOdQ8ao8cDS;to meditate on, S^SQ^S 

Q8ooS. , n. a hatch of chickens, d88 

ooq^cx)! ooo8c6^ b 00 c^ «8 ; progeny, 00800 

Brook, w. a rivulet, o68c8S, , v. t. to bear, 

be content with, 6c»8jiiooS. 

Broom, n. f ^^o8^* 

Broom'c6rn, n. 9Soo«^. 

Broom'stick, n. ^^^o8|5ooce. 

Broth, n. coSQ^o6,a8go^o6. 

Broth'el, n. a bawdy house, cbob^^c^^oS^dBt 
00 o5^. 

Broth'er, n. 8^SbS; an elder brother, bS, bS 
g); a younger brother, <;jS,<;^S8. 

Broth'er-in'law, n. o^,d85o8*. 

a,e,"if6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far. liBt,f§ll, what; th^re, vgil, tgrm; pique; done, f6r, 

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Broth'er-hood, n. ooS8<j^S8bSc85t»o3«oo^; a soci- 
ety, fraternity, yiooiooG8^€^c6Sooo38oG<j, 

Broth'er-ly, a. fraternal, c8ioS Sj^SSb^oooSs ; 
affectionate, kind,dbpooScgooS58(^SbSooo8«. 

Brought, pret. of bring. See Bring. 

Brow, n. the eyebrows, bSoj^^ ; the brow of a 
hill, oo©i^ooooji,oa©iSooc^S,oooo:^^cfit. 

Brow'bjat, v. t. to depress by sternness, ooc8i 

Brown, a. SiojySiobg. jV.t. «i8iog8i«)b8ooS. 

Brown'ish, a. SiSi^ojojj, 

Brown'ness, n. ooSooc^S8io5«. 

Brown'-stud'y,n. ooSooyScfi^,ooScooji|; as, to be 
in a brown-study, (fijBoojScS^jcS^oooj^i^. 

Browse, v. t. c8^oo^^^goo8. 

BraisBj v. t. to crush or mangle with blows, 
contuse, «ic8ioooj«:>3S, «io5^oo^, wiglooS, 
«i9^o5«ooS ; to break or crush to frag- 
ments, bray, «io3jr!«ooS, «inoS«ic8iooc6 
ooS ; to be bruised, S^coy^zcoo^tjS^ooc^z 

093^8, 00^^1030^8030^8, 00|^SOO|1. , W. 

a contusion, ooSoooj8oooo8, ooSoj^io^i, ooS 

Bruit, V. t. to noise abroad, (^8C>jc8^od)c8iooS. 

Bru-nette', n. r8iooio1^^cx>ioooocnoooSoo^88oo 

Brant, n. ooSooaij^,ooS9ooo§; as, the brunt of 
battle, ooSq83»s)jjSooooiSoooDcBS. 

Brush, w.|^g,^^^,^jSQ^5 : brushwood, a thick- 
et of small trees, o3^S5ooe65,oo§S,f)«85,© 
toS, oo§5o3yS, ySooSS^yS^o^S o:g), 5x8^ 08^ 
oo5; small branches cut-off, c^^ 9 0^8 o55 
c^^jojiooSoooS, (»j5gcx)^6oo^goD^5ooo:jj1 ; 

a skirmish, coioD^8ao^o68c85ooo38. , 

vX ^^5,@Scg5; to brush off, ^^<^S,QS 

cS^ngS; to graze, Q5oo^o8. , v. i. to 

pass by lightly, c6iQ^5,(i>iooGj^i. 

Brush'y, a. rough, shaggy, ooaj^oo^^,ooaj^oo 


Bru'tal, a. brutish, c8ioSco^8r8S8ooojSooooS ; 
unfeeling, merciless, cx)i 000008^8800^008 

Bru-tari-ty, n. inhumanity, cruelty, coScoS^ 

61 BUD 

880oSdipooSogoo^,ooSog^d8q^poo8c8ol, oo^«t 

Brii'tal-ize, v. t. to make brutal, brutify, «ioo 
008600^808^80002^35 coSooo98. See Brutal. 

Brute, n. a beast, co^8c8S8, y\ooii»«ioooo8Soo^ 
8c8S89ooj^oocoSooo88. , a. See Brutal. 

Bra'ti-fy, t\ t. to brutalize. See Brutalize. 

Bra'tish, a. beastly, brutal, c8io5oo^8cSS8oo 
ojSoo ooS cSic^iSb ; stupid and ignorant, 
«i8b, oog8^oo^88 ooooSoj^ooSso8 ; savage, 
barbarous, cruel, ooSod8oo^ioo(]8^oo^. 

Bra'tish-ness, n. stupidity, ooS9ooo<^5uo8c8io5 
Soo^8c8S8, ooSooa8^oo|588ooSoj^ooS cog, ooS 
Qi8,ooSc8xc^iSb. See Brutality. 

Bub'ble, n. a small bladder of water, 4^8c8; a 
cheat, a fraud, ooSc8oo^oi, ooS@@, oo^oo 

oo8oooo5ooc8j5. , V. i. to rise iw bubbles, 

S^8c6dB^,o6§SdB^,o5^SdB^; to run with a 
gurgling noise, o6cg\c8id8^^5S[5. 

Bi'bo, n. an enlargement of a gland, as of 
the groin, &c. cS^ <^So^c8^, ooo5ic8^, ^ 
c8^; the horned owl, 8oog8c8^S. 

Buc'ca-neer', n. a pirate, a corsair, ooSo(j)^8^ 

BTick, n. a malo deer, ooio2Sol,ooi«8ioocn; a 
male rabbit, oboool: a dashing fellow, 
a beau, yi8|>oof glooio^«ioooo8ooJ^^oD8^. 

Buck'et, n. a pail, occ^joofei. 

Buckle, n. ooooSs. , v.L fe«o588o6oo88. 

Buck'le to, V. t. to work with zeal, ^i^iSo^8c8^ 
ftSaj8c8Scx>), Qioocj^Sc^S, «i ^8 Qg.— Buckle 
with, gioo^c8Soooo8. 

B'ck'ler, n. a piece of armor, or^cSgoDcBi. 

Back'ram,^. ooSoo8g5boc8^5§r^^^^' 

Buck' wheat, n. ojogj^ooooojS. 

Bu-cSric, n. pastoral, rustic, oo1ooooo^5oo^oo8 

Bud, V. i. to put forth buds, sprout, c8^c8^oo1 

dB^,d58dB^8dB^ , n. oocfi^,a&d§i. 

Bud'dha, n. (ojoi) See Boodha. 
Bad'dhism, w. See Boodhxsm. 
Bud'dhist, n. See Boodhibt. 
Bqd-dhis'-tic, a. See Boodhistic* 

do, W9if;furl,rude, push; exo. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; 5 a8z;xa8 gz; n as in linger r 

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Bndge, v.i. to move oflf, stir, O08,ootc8^og5. 

Buclg'et, n. a bag, ooi^; a bundle, ooSc8^,oDSc8p 
ooS^ii; a stock or store, ooS(]8^oSb; an 
annual financial statement, ooo5oocB^ooe 
©^cx>i oooo^boo|iooc^. 

Buff, n. buff-skin, ooSo8c3ia8o^ooSoocx)o^ooiyi 
wicfecS^bccio^SooAg; a viscid substance 
on the surface of blood, c^^ooS^Ojjs, cg^ 
oood:^; a light yellow, ooSoo<^Sc8':8o1ol. 

Buf'fa-16, n. o^S,8i8iofS8i. See also Bison. 

Buffet, n. a cupboard, sideboard, oooolo«c8 
001 oo5c88oo8S ; a blow with the fist, oo^ 
cB, ooScBooSooi ^8^ ; a slap, ooSbooS§S. 

, V. t. to strike with the hand or 

the fist, boo^cSooS; to contend against, 
SoSsooSojco^^iiyioGOi, r^geisbsi^pa^^S^oS 

Buf-foon',w. a harlequin, a clownjyioD^^^oo^Sjyi 

Buf-foon'er-y, n. ooSoo^'|oo§i,ooS«i^ioo^o^(i) 
ooSS buffoon oiboooSg. 

Bug, n. a bed-bug, c8i ; an insect (of various 
kinds), ooSSooSoooocvjSocKX^. 

Biig'bear, i?. a hobgoblin, a bugaboo, ooSqa^p 


Bug'gy, a. (fi^^i8««8i,«8iG8^ool, , w. a 

light carriage, oj^oDOO^ooioo^8c8^aj8c8i 


BiVgle, n. a musical instrument, c^ioooDajS ; 

black glass beads, ciogcooco^S, 
Bu'gler, fi. yiG|r^i8- 
Budd, Vot. 0^^,05; as, to build a house or ship, 

og^c8f o5^,oooDc8; to build up, vicS^^icS. 

, n. shape, oo^oj^booSooc^SoooDSooSi. 

Build'ing, n. a house, an edifice, o5|S,ooi8,b,c8 

^looSooiyioj^cS^^^cBgbcoi building oj. 
Bulb, n.coSodoo^, 
Bul-bose', Bulb'ous, a. G8^88ooo6S,€8^8toooo8S 

oD«S ; a bulbous plant, oo^oosoB^Ssocoo^. 
Bul'bul, n. cS^ooiooyi^SooooajS. 
Bulge, n. ooSoD8c8^,oo5a)oic8^,ooSooic8^, ooSoo 

62 BUN 

8Sc8p. , v.i. to swell out, protrude, 

oo8c8^,cx5oic8p, oDic8^,o^85c8^,oj^c8^., n. size, magnitude, oo8^ooco8,e»gooogl; 
the main part, the gross; (»o©), ooooloo 
ojS; a ship's cargo, ooc8ooooSooi8. 

Bulk'-head, w. ooS|^^Podc8oooi80ocoi.'y, a. of great size, large, 8^,^388^. 

Bull, n. the male of the cow, <^Soi; Taurus, 
the 2nd sign of the zodiac, (cSc^iS) 81080), 
cojBoooD^^ ; a decree of the pope, oioioo 
ooS «i c8S ; a blunder in speaking, ooS co 

BuU'-bAit'ing, n. (r>\^9o^^oo^c^^^^^^x. 

BjiU'-dog, n. og^8^8poooDoj5. 

Buir-frog, fi. o^cg^. 

Bul'let, n. ogco^. 

Bul'le-tin, n. ooSoc^io©iSooi 08^(^80;^ c8facflc8ib. 

BuU'ion (bul'yun), n. og(«^c8^,©cfi^c8^. 

Bull'ock, n. an ox, c^gb^fixotgop. 

Bu Us'-eye, n. a convex glass window, ^Soood 
cx>icBioooD888cS^b; Aldebaran, coSoocjjiS 
oooitf^bcS f 5oo<^5oD^||oo8. 

Bqll'y, V. t to bluster, threaten, oDc8ia(j|5(^i, cr> 
c8i ^lyi. , fi. yiooi oooocSi ajjSoocSngiy 1. 

Bul'rush, w.a large kind of rush, mQSdbdpmm 

Bul'wark, n. a bastion, c8S8ioo58i; a defence 
against an enemy, ooS^ooSoD^g 90 1|^ gl 

Biim, n, buttocks, rump, hSS. , v. i. to 

make a humming sound, bumble, dBS^S^S. 

Bum'bail-iff, n. yicS^ooi bailiff oo8oo5odoi. See 

Biim'ble-bee, n. See Humblebee. 

Bum'boat, w. ^coi^i^SodcSoooqScSjFodScSooSS. 

Bump, V. t. to knock against, «icd^8oo^c368. 

,n. ooSoojB8cx>^o68 ; a swelling or 

protuberance, ooS^8,ooSo:85. 

Biim'per, n. an overflowirg cup, g8coioDSo6 
^looojSogS; a crowded house at a thea- 
ter, yiSSobcg^ ^opioS^^icS^. 

Biimp'kin, n. a rustic, a clown, yi6iooc>j^8. 

Bunch, n. a rising, a protuberai ce, a bumj), 

-iie,i,6,u^y, long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, Bhort;cflre, far, la8t,f§ll, what; thfere, vgil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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ooS^t,ooSoo85cx)o5; acollcction,ooS^ji8§^; a 
cluster; as, of fruit, ooiod^oo^^; ae, of flow- 
ers, 8<x>oq8^, , V. i. ^idB^yOcSSdBjB. 

Bunch'y, a. (]8^StoooD8Scx)^ixn»G8^88oo£pool. 

Bund, n. (East Indian), 9^008^1. 

Bun'dle, 1. 1. to bind in a bundle, ooooSf , e>3 

as, a bundle of straw, c8Soooo8^; a bun- 
dle of old clothes, ooSojooSoSscS^ooioocS^. 

Bung, n. f^oooDSogf^ooS^cSf 08. , v. t. cBp 

oto5S«o5f ^oeoo^o^^^ODi 9o8^c8|So8. 

Bun'ga-low, (East Indian), n. o5^d8^o6ood8. 

Bupg'hole, n. j^ooooSof^^ooiooojgSooSooxSS. 

Bun'gle, V. t. to botch, «iooSooc8io6Soo^. , 

n. a blunder, a botch, ooS«iooc8iooSoo^. 

Bun'gler, n. a botch, yioo^oo<»8^ooc»x^. 

Bun'ion, n. S^^S8^oocoiooodS^8c8^8ic8^. 

Bunk, w, a berth, c8S6c8io5oocoiotc8. , 

V. i. Scot bunk oo<^i. 

Bunn, n. a small sweet cake, rS^coiooooojS. 

Bunn'ian, Bunyon. n. See Bukion. 

Bunt, V. i. to swell out, as a sail, o3^co^oo8g8^; 
to push with the horns, butt, ogi^ooS. 

Bunt'ing, Bunt'ine, w.oojoDoosogoooolooiyioioD 

Bogy, n. ooS^^oj^cjoioi^^s^oDcSc^ooSS. , 

V. U to sustain, QS^^oDcSgdc^coioo^^^c^^* 
—Buoy up, ttiSooo^ooiiSioijjioooiooSS. 

Buoy 'an-5y,n .lightness, vivacity .See Buoyant. 

Buoy'ant, a. floating, c8^c8^8; vivacious, 
cheerful, g8^^G8^88d^^^a>8^. 

Biir,B<irr, n. m\o:>^^yia:(S^%%ys^y^. 

Bflr'den, n. a load, ooSoooScBe; that which is 
grievous or oppressive, ooSr8oohi,ooSooi 

odS4S; the main topic, oooSosS^. , 

r. t. to lay a heavy load upon, o5c8icoS 
c8ooiooc8i. See joo^jS. o: 09. 

Bftr'd^n-some, a. coioc«ic8ioyic8ic8iyi. 

Bu'reau (bu'ro), w. a chest of drawers, oocrfl 
031 ooc3^ 888^00^'*' ; a secretary's office, 
•^ooooS«iopc8S. See Cabinet, last def. 

Bftrg, n. See Bubgh and Boeough. 

BAr'gess, n. a citizen, yi9^SooiooG8^88oo^(]8^ 


coSdB8ooc6So^b; a representative of a city, 

(^ioo^oo^u^coigSiooi 00 no ^^ 9^ 00 9i|5 es 001 

parliament. See Parliament. 
B6rgh, n. See Borough. 
Bfkrgh'er, n. (/t£89SSooiooG8^S8oo^8ooiadOD»iS 

BArg'lar, n. a house-breaker, yiooi(»ooi|5ogp§ 

Burg'la-ry, n. oo^ooifog^^o5^cDi(»o3o^^^SooS 

Bu'ri-al (ber'ri-al), «. interment. See Bury. 
Bu'ri-al-playe, n. oDSog^8^ooc8S&yi|pc8i(/io5. 
Bu'ri-al-ser'vi^e, n. ooSoj^ooSa)loo^oo888yio5, 
Br/rin, n. ^oobiooiyif^8^ooSo©8S. 
Bur-lesque' (-Itsk'), n. satire, irony, oo^oocSi^i 

m^o^Qbm^. , V. t to ridicule, SoSaoo 


Bdr'ly, a, stout, lusty, 088^,0010008^ oj^cB. 
BAr'man, BAr'mese, v. a native of Burma, 3i 
dSi; the Burmese language, 6ic8iooo^5. 

, a. 00^2X>888c8Soid8l. 

Bdrn, v.t. to consume by fire, ij^8g8^ooi«^0J; to 
affect by fire, as bricks, ojS; to scorch in 
cooking, cBSagp,cBS«8S; to perform cre- 
mation, o^SdS 80^. , be on fire, 

flame, c^ic8|S,c^ic8|SS8o^02; as, the mount 
burned with fire, oo©iS<^ic8^88o^o|. See 
381. g: 03; to feel excessive heat, as with 

a fever, oocBicBS. , n. a hurt caused 

by fire, o^g|€8^ooSooc8S. 

BArn'ing, a. fiery, hot, cfi^B^B^ ; vehement, 
passionate, 00038^1, 0000832^. 

Bdrn'ing-glass, w. o^oj^Sooooodi. 

Biirn'ish, v. t. to polish, og82g|,og8oo@^c8^oji. 

B(h'iit'-6ffer-ing,n. burnt-sacrificejOD^ojSoSdi. 

Bur'row, v. i. cS^dBsoocSSooicS^Sjb^i. , n. 


BAr'sar, n. yioneoooi. See Purser. 

8So8,ob^o8,oj^o8; to break away, ogf <|j|8^5 
ooc@c8; to break in, |5^ooc8«8; to bretk 

out, o6^8c8^aj^. , V. t. to break or reiid 

by force, «i8^o8,«ico^o8; to break open,«i 

do,W9lf; furl,rude, pfsh; e.%,0. silent; 9 ass; 9h assh; g as j; g as inget; § as z;x asgz; n as in linger. 

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ooS8Si3«,ooooSoiSQc8^; hernia, ooSooySc8i. 

BAr'then, n. See Bubden. 

Bur'y (ber'rj), v.t. to inter, |pc8iyio5oo8p; to 
put under ground, ^pcfiiooing5ooic8^8^ 
coS; to cover up in any way, ajjiScoiogS. 

Bur'y-ing-plaje, n. a gra\e-yard, ooSag^8^. 

Bush, n. cD^cx)t3o5,oo^oD§5,(»j5ooi. 

Bush'el, n. (oj5gj), ^^«8^ooSooodoj5g8^5cB^«o^ 

Biish'y, a. like a bush, oojoogSool; full of bush- 
es, bosky, ^ib8«o9^oo§5c^^ooy5,cD^obi. 

Bus'i-ness (blz^nes), n. employment, ooSesooS 
»i; affair, concern, oo^ooo^oo8^,oo^tOd6^^. 

Bus'kin, n. S^sooooojS, 

Buss, V. t. to kiss (in play or rudely), fi^,|««b8. 
. , n. a rude kiss, ooS^i^,ooS|^8fi68ajp, 

Bust, n. oo^8i(]S^(^boDi oocxx^y^Sssxj^ooSpooS. 

Bus'tle, V. t. to be active from excitement, odooi 
c8^,ooic8^ooic8i,bi<g|Scoo5^ ojj5 c8S 03 c»«. 
, n. stir, ooSooooi c8^,ooSoDic8f coic8i. 

Bus'y, a. g8^o8ooSqiooS,q8^o9«g8^oo1oo^\«. , 

V. t. to busy one's self, wiooSoioo^oag 00 
665,Qio^Soo(fl^q98ooG8^ocn . 

Bus'y-bod'y, n. a meddling person, an inter- 
meddler, yioo^dB88pdB8,9ic25ojjS^aj^. See 
098. 9: 09, mab5c8^a3oD\,yi^^02^^8ioo^. 

'RvA^prep.Si conj. except, save, 06; as, but one 
person, 060001,06000181; that not, ooooS 
00S81 ; yet, still, however, ooS,oopoo^88, 

Butch'er, v. t. c^,€68o59o^ScS^8So88oooocD)cS^b 

OOgSooS^. , W. (|^100lOO«lOD00^8cBS8 

SoSioooDttJlcS^boooa . 
Butch'er-y, w. a slaughter-house, ooS«io5oo^8 

cS^SoodB^; barbarous slaughter, carnage, 

Buf-end,Butt'-end, n. ooSoo©oo8. 
But'ler, n. a head servant, <yicoioooiiooSc8^aoS 

c8,yiooi wi^^^co^cB^oo^ cS . 
But'ment,«, odS8oo|cd5. See Abutment. 
*Butt, n. a target, ^cx)iyi98c8oo^od8^;the place 

y^here a target is set, 00^00 c8^ ^ yi oS c8^ 

64 BYW 

target ooi oocBi ; a person who is the ob- 
ject of ridicule, yioooicoiodoo^oo^ooc8i|i 
oo^o^ct^i ; a large cask, a pipe, ooodiS 

8lO88^00000^,©^O88^O00002S , V. >. 

to thrust or strike, with the head, 66t 

B after, n* (ooi8C30iS) c8oo8*. , v. t. to spread 

with butter, 6c8ig8ooiooio»cBi. 

Bat'ter-fly, n- 880091. 

Bit'ter-milk, n. ^882coSjSo688^S ooc8oo8&i8t 
coS38^c8io6S|,^ocB8coi buttermilk. 

But'ter-y, n. oi8ooiy»o5coSG8^ooSc8ooi9o^i. 

But'tock, n. the rump, oc6Soog^,ooop^io©Qp. 

But'ton,n« a knob,oo^ooa28dB^,ooSoD85o3w5; the 
button of a garment, 00^,03^00^; a coat 
button, gSo&od^: the button of a door, ||5 

ogaooS, , v. t, to button a coat, c8g8S 

cg^oo^co 1 od ^1; to button a door jOtgscoSbg. 

Bat' ton-hole, n. ^^oo^^i* 

But' tress, n. a prop, a support, ooS8oo£aoS,oiS, 

Bax'om, a. healthy and gay, ooSG8^aj^8taioo 
od8co(^ooc8g8^8802^od8^ ; wanton, ooWi 


Buy, V. t. to purchase, (jxocS. 

Buzz, V. t. to make the sound of bees, dSjBSoD^ 
ogic8^ooo88; to whisper, coSxcoo^oco^. 

^JsP^^P' Bear, ooi oa ©on, oocoiicos, 0081008, » 
0051^1068; by means of, with, 001,81; by and 
by, soon, ooc)55,ooo35oo8S,od8S,oo8Sooc8S, 
^icgSoo8S,aj^oo8S ; by one's self, alone, 
oooD©So^>:oooi8i; by the bye, ^ococSiooS 

Bye'-end, n. private interest, ooo5)|8ooiyioj^pc8S 

08c8l€6l 001 ODS00c8{S(g) 00^05 <|^l • 

By'-gone, a. past, gone by, ooioo^iogS,coi(» 

ooooiogS. , n. ooS^ic§5,ooSooo::ing5. 

By'-law, n. a subordinate law, o|8oa^coiyi4^ 

^^OoSoO^O^ ^c8lc85(POD8CO100CX;c8S^Sb. 

By'-path, By '-road, n. c^8ooi9oodo68ooooi. 

By'-stcind'er, n. yicS^ogSdBoDSjC^icoStoii. 

By'-word, n. a common saying, a proverb, 
oo^ooc8ioDiyig8^^oD(3ib ; a word of re- 
proach, o3^coc8i^gfooSoo8 

M,if6,fi»yflong; a,e,i,6,i1,y, short; cfire, far. laBt,fsll, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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C, ooooScSpoS^oooojS, oSgS^cx)! a, o, or u oobS 
^d8^b5 k ooo8«, oSc8^ooi o, i, or y, od 

€ab, n. a cabriolet, of^ooco^ij^sSlSooooogSoDioo 
g8^8«oo5ooJ5oo9^oo^,<^^o2^ rj^x. 

€a-b.l', V. i. to plot, intrigue, ooi^cfl^ioj^^o^S 
o^SoDioooooioD^. , n- a small faction, 

yiODI^cBS^Oj^ {5 OoSoOlOO 000100^00 ooc^i. 

€ib'bage, n- (cogojS) 030)^00 c8ooodcxj5. , 

V. t. cx^^^S|0£^ooSoD^5no§5ooo28o55oj8ooS. 

€ib'iu, n a sleeping apartment in a ship, c8^ 
6oiicOioDc8^\; a but or small house, o5p 
8; cabin-boy, 8oD^85gloDoiooioocDp«ioo^ 
o«ooScx>ioDc8 00 cabin ooe^oQ^i. 

€ib'in-et, n. a set of drawers ^n a case, odooI 
c83S8s^oo^*coic^io5§^ coSa^z&a^ coi coi 00 
^i; a private room for consultation, on 


€ ib'iii-et-couu\il, n. a council of state, 08^^ 
«8cx)a^ i3^§p^§paDipc«^cfi5o5oDS. 

€ b'in-et-m'ik'er, n. maker of fine wood- 
work, yi^o^S^:»ooioo©8oo^oDooooop5ooc25. 

€/ble, n. a large rope or chain which holds 
a ship at anchor, a hawser, ^^coojioo^i. 

€a-boo8e', w. Naut the galley, cqc8oo(5^cx)<|Ji, 

€ .b'ri-o-let(k ib'ri-o-la'),n.a kind of one horse 
carriage, a cab, oj^odcOJS joocSsoooDajS. 

€ i<;he, n, oDS^iooiyi£^^SbSo88oooooSooSoo2S©oS 
91, ooS$fl^coS(fioSoi, ooioo85>)oo^a3^ oo«8. 

Oach'in-na'tion, n. coS|ic8^8S,ooS^ioDbS^^cx)8. 

€ ick'le, V. i. ooSoDol oDSsoDog. , n. idle 

talk, silly prattle, oo^oDc8iaoc8cx>cS. 


ooSoooj'lcoi 0Oc8^OOmc85883c85o0OD80O^. 

€a-dtv'er-oiis, a. pale, oo^ScSicHSooSooSpoooSg. 
€id'dy, n. oooDl8coiooig5cD5o8«>jcoioo^i. 
€a'den§e, w. a fall of the voice, ooSo^ScSioyi, 

8i^,00^ «1CX><^SC8XOJ100SODC8X0088^1, 

•6a-det', w. a younger brother, Ols. ^^gl; a vol- 
unteer, on pay or in school, in expecta- 
tion of a commission, 8^00^ gl 001 oo»ic8 

"Ca'di, n. yi&^^^o§^oDic8Sooi^f^iooc8oo^Soo^i. 

•Caffre (-fer), n. yioo5<»o5S8. 

•Cage, n. for birds, c8^@i, c8^oi£8; for wild 
beasts, oo8iooooojSooiyio5g5coj58r8S8. 

■Cai'man, n. the alligator, oDw^oooDogS. 

£) is'son, n. an ammunition chest, ooooli588^ 

•Cai'tiff, tt. (^xooiyid8ooioo5cfe(fi.ODoj03^. 

€a-j6le', V. t. oDd3i<^oo5c^oool^SooS,oDo55^SoD^, 

-Ca-jol'er-y, n. flattery. See Cajole. 

Cake, w. sweet bread, cB^ooi ; a flat loaf, SS 
coaj]^; any thing flat and round like a 
cake, ooScooicoSooSooi ooojS oo8i«i ooodsS 

c6^oDO^^ooo88. , t\ i. to form into a 

cake, concrete, cBSc8^c8^. 

£)ara-b.*sh, «. c6ogiiooiS,ooojS8i, 08o6ooiSo8c68i. 

£)nl'a-mine, n. ooilooooc^S. 

"Ca-lim'i-tois, a. producirg misery, oD^q^goSS 
c8^ooSooooi5oo^ ; miserable, oo^^ooodS. 

€a-lam'i-ty, n. poverty, grief, oo^^^ooSodS. 

Chl'a-mus, w. the Indian CHne,flag,oc85cocoo(jS. 

•', n. a kind of carriage, cj^oooO^cooo 
Oj5cx)ioaj8c8po^ic8ioo8^<^-oj; a kind of 
cap worn by ladies, 85^^oo8^a^3ooooojS. 

•Cal-ca're-ou8,a.mixed with iime,cS^oo1oj588C3gf . 

-Cal'^i-na'tion, n. See Calcine, 

Cal-^ine', v. t. to make friable by heat, cy^coS 

So8800nrobc8j5ooSoD^^«S OljOoSoOOJ'W^OX- 

Cnl'cu-late, t^. t to compute, reckon, g8ooS; to 
estimate in the mind, oooo5cgScoS,s8oD8^ 
ogSooS ; to adapt, adjust, ooa>5oocBiooS5 
ODCX>p oocfiS, 4p^^ooS5cx)00^oooit. 

•Carcu-la'tion, n. See Calculate. 

■CaKcu-lous, a. S^%%coiS^bSz. 

£!arcu-lu8, n. the stone, cd^oiooiS,o5^c6coiS. 

-Ggl'dron, n. c»oiio88^cx)i 06^008^,03^088. 

do, W9lf;fijrl,r ude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^g aft j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; as in linger. 

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■Gal'e-fac'tion, n. o3S«ic6SooS,oo^ODfcBSc6i. 

■Cal'e-fy, v. t. to make warm or hot, »ic8Sc8^. 

-Caren-dar, n. an almanac, o5S^fo55ocJ). 

■Cal'en-der, n. a hot press, fetoooDojSooi yic^i 
cgoo^oDSgS, ©sSSaooSS^^ ooo8tooo^oo8S. 
, V. t. o^iogpD^oStQf SswScoifes. 

Cal'en-ture, n. ooScSirSSS^col^s^scxxfeSooooojS. 

•Calf, n. c^^S ; the calf of the leg, 8^(^03^. 

■€«ri-ber, Cal'i-bre, n. the bore of a gun, o^oo^i, 
^Sooij^i ; the diameter of the bore, o^^i 
oocbS,^S^ioo<i>S ; capacity or compass of 
intellect, ooooSoj^poo^o8oj,ooooSoj^oo^oot. 

•Cal'i-co, n. Evg, un printed cotton cloth, ooSdl, 
coSootgD8o1 ;-4mer, printed do., ooobsob^*. 

^{il'id, a. hot, burning, S\ rSScgt. 

•Cal'i-pers, Cal'li-pers, n- oj^^o^*oo^oo8ic>^i. 

-Ca'liph, n. Mahomet's successor, yiooioa<fe 



fa-lig'ra-phy, -Cal-lig'ra-phy, n. elegant writ- 
ing, ooSc^8oi,ooSc^«ooS 00 ^08^91. 

■Cal'i-ver, n. Obs. o^ooodojB, cis^SoooDogS. 

•Ca'lix, n. a cup, g«. 

•€glk, r. t. with pitch, oSSooS, osooS, cgooS ; 
with oakum, «8iaD^oo5««Soi,ooSoioSoi,ag 

-Call, V. t. to summon, cfis; to invite, <Bt, c^; to 
name, St, o^S, ajSoooi.— Call back, to 
summon back, cB8oji,cB8obcoi; to revoke, 
wioDolooiooS 001 oo&^^^ooSb.— Call for, 00 
^SodS.— Call forth, Qiocx^dB^.— Callin,to 
collect, ji80?i,«i§^09i; to withdraw from 
circulation, o58§^oji,o^tc8^opi. — Call off, 
cB8oboji.— Callon, to make a short visit., 
c6foo<fi8oo^S; to pray, r88c6^cgiooSi,»D 
a)g80DScoicgi.— Call out, to summon to 
fight, rB8q^8giooS; to summon into service, 
cfi8c8i6o88oooDd88^1.— Call over, to read 
aloud a list of names,c88c8jSyxoooioooioo^ 
o90i6oocSSbcx)i©^^ioooS8.— Call to mind, 
oo^^f cS^opi, c^^^^cS^oDioooDi.— Call up, 

cB8c8^,rB?AdB^. , v.i. to make a short 

visit, g6^odcB8ooSoo8Sooo^5; to utter a loud 


noise. c88oc2c8^b. — Call to, c88ooSi,c88o 

ogtfii. , n. a vocal address, oo^cBs, 

ooSr^^S,ooS<fi^ODcB«; a demand, ooSooa^jf . 

£!§ll'ing, n.p.p. stated employment, o5S«i(flp 
escS^oo^, oo^osoo^uioon oeoDSoosSsyioDoi. 
a summons, an invitation. See Call. 

CaUos'i-ty, n. hardnessof skin, ooScSjSaOjODS 

•Cal'lous, a. hard, unfeeling, c8^oo1,q8^c8^oo1. 
•Carioils-ness, n. oDScS^ocOjOoScfif coloocSS. 
■Cariow, a. utfledged, ooSoS^c^, SoisooSocoSs, 


€alm,a. still, quiet, (»pmS,Q8S^^,oDbi(3iSooii. 

, V. t. to allay, still,q8Q8^5>^,<^8G8^^^cSS 

^5oyiyioo«,t^8Q8ptfioDooS. , w.ooSoSf oil, 

ooSdS^gpjOoScS^tfiooooS, ooSoobi^iScoii. 
Calm'ness, n. quietness, serenity. See Calm, n. 
■Ciiro-rael, n. (oo^oo^j), oooS^oooDogSooiyioDobS 

oocStosn opiooobcSSoD^oooD^. 
"€a-16r'ic, w. heat, (odco^s) ooS<BS. 
•Cal'o-rif ic, a. producing heat, heating, ooioo 

Cal'a-met, n- 85c^f 8^,8Sog,85og85a3l. 
"Ca-lum'ni-ate, t^. t. i^ojij58i,i^o:85b^oDo5. 
•Ca-liim'ni-ous, a. 8landerous,co^oo888calumny. 
■Cal'um-ny, n. slander, ooSooc8iifoj^iS8iyioi. 
€alve, V. i. ^Sgcfi^ocS. 
•Cal'vin-ist, n. a follower of Calvin, yicoiOQ^S 

c^oo^i^oDj ooof oqooSoS^odSoSooq. 
■Calx, n. oolSojfol, ©8coj (metal) oo^ooScQSogi 

c8iojioo§^c8|588ooSg8^c8i<^5|,^ocB« cBiooi 

calx. See Chalk. 
-CJlyx, w. the outer covering of a flower, 

Cam'bric, n. fine, thin cloth, §0055^. 
£!am'el, n. cBiooig|8, 
"Ca-mel'o-pard, n. See Giraffe. 
•Cum'e-o, n. (od^«g8i) ooiSoioooDoj5QS9i,aj^»9i 

£!am'e-ra Ob-scu'ra, (oo^Q6^i,€680o©ajc|i) 09^00 


•Camlet, n. oD80Doo8oooooj5coiocorflanojSooc8S 

SscSlOOI 0|80082^ . 

^e,i,o^u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, la8t,f§ll, what; th^re, vgil,term; pique; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 


CAN 67 

{Jamjs a. an encampment, ojjsScxxjgS^odcBSoo 
cfii , V. i. to encamp, €6Sa;c8S,So8t 


€am-paign'(-pan'), w.alargeopen plain cx)S^<|^i 
otcb^: the time that an army keeps the 
field, oj|8^^a5^c8o:>^(]^8a2«(^8(^oooo€8^. 

€am-phene', w. turpentine oil, oocgoooSodnoo^S. 

€am'phor, n. o^g. 

fUn, n. a metal cup, cpooso) ; a powder can, 

^•p. , V. f, (an auxiliary verb), c^, 

cb,^^ ; can do, «ioj,«i<fe,«nS. 

f a-naille' ( ka-n T ), w . Fr. the rabble, the mob, 
the vulgar, (/i§p8oDS8odiooc8ic^i^boo<2. 

"Ca-nf.l', n. (od^j) ooc^ooiyi^^^Sb.ooSo^i. 

{iin'^el, V, t. to erase, og«985,QSo§S; to annul, 

fan'^er, n. (oo^©iS) the crab, ^^,od1od1«5; 
one of the twelve signs of the zodiac, 
80^<2 ; a scirrhous ulcer, oo^8o)o^c6iod 


€an'9er-or.8, a. c8io5 cancer, 

€an'did, a. just, impartial, frank, coiooooogS 

€aL^di-date, f?. one vhois selected or applies 

for ofiSce, yiooioo8^ooc8^, yicoiooQb8dBi 

€an'dle,«. made of wax or tallow, o^c8.o^ooi|S; 

a torch, ^c8, c^ooc8, 6odi^, of odi^. 
€ai/dle-light, w. o^ooi^odSi, 0^080081. 
Can'dle-mas, n. Horn. Cath. ^000)0^5008230801 

'Can'dle-stick, n. o^ooifo^Sf, o^oo6i,So48ooSoo 

oSso^f |5o^ 00190<|21. 

fjan'dor, n. frankness, sincerity. See Candid. 

Can'dy, w. oSoofooicfiScSfoocfiicooocjS , 

t;. t. to conserve with sugar, oic8So^588 
oSocf 801, c^f c(^oj588oSoDf COT ; to incrust 
with a congelation of sugar, odojS SvA 

fane, n. a reed, 008S; sugar-cane, o685; a 

walking-stick, |f c88, ^{Sc88c8. , t^. t. 

to beat with a cane, 08^03^9100^001 ^fc88c8. 

f ane'brake, w. 008^0^5), oc8Soo«)oo)ooo:j)U 


•Ca-nes'^ent, a. growing white, Qo^o)d8|Sd8; 
becoming hoary, SjBojolcSf o8, 

■€a-nine', a. pertaining to dogs, oof oosStogf , 
ogf oo§ ; like a dog, c8io58<ogf . 

-Can'is-ter, J?. c8oo8o1. See Caddy, 

-Can'ker, n. a kind of corroding ulcer in the 
mouth, oo^Qo1c8|So5S; a caterpillar, o&8t 

8iooo:>o2Scoi oocSfojfoof a|. , t*. t 

to corrode, corrupt, c8f oof ,c8f o5f . 

£)an'ker-ou8, a. like a canker, ooiooG8SooS,dBS 
e5f , oolcSf t)^S. 

£!ani'ni-bal, n. yiooioo^^^cSf (^toogf • 

■Gan'non, n. artillery, ^S, «^5. 

•Can'non-de', i^. t. 98b88^So3<5f. ,«• oo^oi 


€an'non-bfall, n. ^Soof, Q^Soof. 

-Can'non-ier, w. an artillery-man, yi98^8. 

•Can'not, v. f . (can and not), o^o^oof ,oo{^,oo0; as, 
I cannot do, goQioooD,yiooob,vioD^SooS. 

•Ca-nce', n. ||8oooooj5. 

£!an'on, n. a law or rule, ooSif ^jSobSjOoSoj)! ; 
an ecclesiastical rule, oo^o^iooft£)888a2f 
ogioolcgxooc^ ; genuine Scripture, ogioo 
o558s$9f b ; a kind of ecclesiastical dig- 
nitary, oioiooSidSoooDo^. 

-Can'on-ess, n. SicS^fooSfoooicoioeoofeoiSsui 

OlOOOoS 02fo0^ao1 000^^9000^00^1. 

•Ca-non'ic-al, a. pertaining or according to a 
canon, oof tosSsySoStSt canon oo^cBooo88* 

■Ca-non'ic-als, ». oioiooo^cjfcSoocpc^f 000^00088. 

■Can'on-ize, v. t. oioioScSf yioScoiooulcjoo^oo^ 

-Ciin'o-py, w. a covering over the head, oo^ooq 
8f ; the canopy of heaven, ^oo86c8i. 

£!ant, v. t. to pitch forward, c^ioo^dBf ,€8f oo§ 

G8f . , V. t. to spefik with a vhiniog 

voice, ooc8tooSc8i8^c8i^i,ooc8iooSoo^foo 
^oDc8ioDoSfooo^8; to affect goodness, «^ 
a8oooo8coiyioo9ioDooi^. * ■ , n. a pitch, 
Qo^oo^cSf , oo^oo^dBi; a whining speech, 
ooSoo^iooScBiSS^ibi, ooSoocSiooS oo^f 00 
g,ooSooc8iooSooo4fooflfc;religiou? hypocri- 
sy, oo^oo(fiio6(i)80ooo800iyioo1cgioooio9oDA 

dy,wolf; furl,r ^de, push; ei.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 9 as z;i^ asgz; g as in Unger. 

Digitized by 





fJan'ter, t\ i. to gallop, &3^iSoDo^,i|Sooo^^,e>DS 
i^ojioji. , w. ooiooS6^,ooS4^oDo^^. 

€an-thar'i-des, n. Spanish fly, oo^ojoolco^^S, 

^iin'ti-cle, n. a song, co^o^%6p, oSSooloosS^, 

'C/m'to, n. ooloDtS^ooojS. 

^n'ton, n. a small division of territory, cSSot 

8^00^f,^0>^f ICScS^ S GO 00^ 8l 03 90^ 00 001 . 

, t^. t. |ioscflS8oooof)88aoa5^ooooi ; to 

locate troops, oSc8i02s8oo(]8SoodB8ooc8^. 

£!un'ton-ment(or,-t6n'), n. ogsSoS^ScS^dBsoocSS. 

Canvas, «. a coarse cloth used for tents &c., 

"Clan'yass, v. t. to discuss, scrutinize, odoodSs, 

o5c5^oS8i,o^c85c§c85,oDipr8|5cfi5o5. , 

w. examination, ooSoo6oD8«/>DSo5ogSoo88, 
debate, oo^oSc85c§c8S,oo^o3i^rB^cS5oS. 

€aout'chGuc (koo'chook), n. o^p ojg ooodojS 


€ap, n. a cover for the head, 8^^^,8{SodojS ; 
the top, highest part, 008^8^ ; any cov- 
er resembling a cap in form, position or 
use, oo8^o3i^, ooS^ajgi^ 1 v. t. to cov- 
er the top, o^Sooi^,oDtooi8J5,^^ooi8^. 

fj/pa-bil'i-ty, n. ooSc^,ooS«io^. See Capacity. 

"C/pa-ble, a. able, oOfi^xo^fO^po^oto^. 

"Ca-p/cious, a. capable of holding much, @S 
oD^o^; wide, extensive, cb^,o8c6Soto5. 

'Ca-paj'i-ttte, v. t to enable, q^8QtoD,oo^vioD, 
00^02^0^080^; to qualify for, o8^c8^^^ 
yiooi ootoojcoSoiiooS ^ioo8S . 

'ea-pa9'i-ty, n. ability to contain, ooS@S^5ooS 
^loSi^i^i; ability to perform, ooSwioo: 
receptive power of the mind, ooSoj^oo^os 
oj; occiipation^ ooooSogaoS«ipDS(]6^coSdB«. 

ffep'-a-ple', adv. Ft. from head to foot, ooi 

'Oa^p&r^i-son, n* ooc^|Sooo9^G8|S8«oooo^o90oioocb. 

, V:t. COODiaC)Cb€8|5o000|S88O9^0023500 

cot ; to adorn with rich dress, o^dB^oSt 
dB^oo^oj^ooS oSicoiooc&oocoioooD^^oogi. 
^pe,'n. a headland, (J3^8^oo^SdB«,(d^8^oof)9, 
oo^<^^c8i; 'a narrow garment for the 

neck and shoulders, oo^ojco^oSgooiyioo 
OJ8001 f85 §$<5oo^8^oo8S . 

€a'per, v. i. to skip about, 4poi8i, i^cBSri^o 
,n.ooHpoi8i,ooSi^c85c^; the flow- 
er-bud of the caper-bush, 8oO38^OOOD0^S. 

•Ca'pi-as, n. Law. ooS4^^^ciBia?pbcx)ioooo^o5« 

Cap'il-la-ry, -ea-piria-ry, a. OD^goDocSioSSjSoj. 

•Crtp'i-tal, a. pertaining to the head, Obs.a>Sv^t 
8800^008^; chief, principal, 008^008^; 
great, important, 9ig«,@i8«t,oo^«toooit 
ODySoDODiS; a capital letter, o5S^5<gi^oi8^; 
capital punishment, oo^fc^^f ooifc^^^oS. 

, n. the top of a column, ooSoo8^8|5, 

oj^oq8^8^; a chief city, 9^008^,0^008101; 
a largo letter, o56^6(jji^e»8^; stock em- 
ployed in trade or otherwise, ooS^cBSS^ 
8^,©o5§^, ooSo|SooSaDi,ooSog8ooScBx. 

fap'i-tal-ist, an owner of stock in trade or 
money, yiQ8^8«oo©o5§^,yiooog«oocBi. 

•Crip'i-ta'tion,n. a numbering of persons, o5So8 

•€ap'i-t /tion-tax, n. a poll-tax, o^aD|5oo88«oioo 

-Gap'i-tol, n. (0C>80c8j) OD18i388^00lo8p^^i8*i^^^ 


•Ca-pitTi-late, v. t. to surrender, ooiooSq^8ooitjt 
o5poo^i^|5@ooiooq{5 oool co c» con 00^ 8t 00 
o55Q(^8poooDfooao^So88ooo2a)Qi§^ooii c6i 
oooi88oo^cSi o§5oocx)icoioaboo8oo^^ic8i. 

£!a-pit'r;-l /tion, n. a treaty containing con- 
ditions of surrender, yicoi 0000^008 «cc5S 
0^8^00008 coa?^So98 ooo^ooQif 8 Q\ §^ oon 

£)a'pon, n. cSoo^. 

■Ca-pri^e', n. afreak, a whim, a fancy, 00^^81. 
ooS sSoo8^dBoD«8o:>S@^,ooSoooD5ogSooS . 

•Ca-pri'cious, a. arbitrary, changeable, freak- 
ish, ooioooo8ooc8iooS c8iob8, 008 CO g8^ oi^ 

•Ca-pri'cions-ness, n. fickleness. See Capbicb. 

•Cap'ri-c6rn, n. (ooQcBS) co^oo^,ooojSoo8ic8io5 
O0i^5ob8<fe8,oid8ir88booi «oo^6^o3^o5|5* 

•i,e.ii6Ay,long;i,e,T,6,fi,yt ehort; cflre, far. last, fg 11, what; th^re, vgil,term; pique; d6ne, f6r. 

Digitized by 



fiipsize', V. t to upset, overturij, cSiooo^SogS, 
cSioo ojScgS , cSioaajj^SogS,oo>i S 8^c8ioo5o§5 . 

"C.ip'8u-lar, a. coSDoj5aoi8« capsule, oo^cdioSSs 

'Gip'sule, n. Bot. a seed pod, 03B^Q0(n,038^d3^ 
oog8S; Physiol. aoc8cdioSooi^oo(gT^; a 
crucible, ooouSopiyi^SogySeooio^^i; a 
seal or cover for closing bottle^, odS^xoSS 
oSoc8oo8^5o8tQo8^^0802^^8G8^oooi, f 

'Gap'tain, n. a head, or chief office^! (^103^008^; 
the chief of a company of soldiers, 0^1800 
f oo8^;the commander of a vessel|a>c68^. 

fUp'tain-gen'er-al, n. c8^e«6^. 

"Cap-t /tion, «. oD^idB^oQiiyiox 001 osS c^ 00 

flip'tion, n. the heading of a chapter or page, 
o5SoDo^^ooo^o9o^iocnoo(^bS<osaoo^soi 00 

€ip'tiori8, a. fault-finding, carping, oooSoogS^ 

09^8l9^G8SoO^,tt20o5Soa^OP€8^(X>1 0900^00^. 

€ip'tioas-ne8S, n. fault-finding. See Captious. 
fSip'ti-vate, \k t. to take prisoner (rare), 8^,8^ 

\^9ji^'j to charm, «ibSoc>pcx>«8So:>^8i^Sb. 
•Cipi'tive, n. a prisoner, yicOioooo^cpSS^^^aSi, 

•Cap-ti v'irty , n. coSS^cho^ ,oa^^i c^ioi oo^^i, 
"Cap'tor^n. one who takes or seizes, yiS^^SooS. 
iJip'ture, v. <. to seize, arrest, 8^aj^,8^^tS,<^5|,S 

oaS. , n. seizure, cDS8^^t^b,oD^6^Sb. 

ijkvj n* a kind of small carriage, o^^oDDd^Soo 

oocx^; a rail way car, oj^c^|OQ«;,a chariot 

of war, c9^oDoo^802s. 
€.ir'at, n. the weight of four grains, oo^o^cSi 

oooaiS 9 Q^ ; the twenty-fourth part of 

any given quantity, mSo^coi-pf. 
'fer'a-van, »• a company travelling together 

forgjreater security, yxoD^oo^ooop^icbio^S 

i&r'a-van'sa-ry, -Car'a-van'se-ra, n. o5^o«8poo 
coo^ooi caravan cx)g8^odc8Soo8S^ 

e» CAB 

•Car'a-WRy, w. (00^91) ooSooiSooodc^S, (•jgoS). 

■Car'b'me, n. n^ool^^ooo^S^oSi^xo^cSf ^0909 

£Slr'bon, n. (ooSc8^) o^odioo^SsS. 

Car'bun-<cle, n. a kind of precious stone, 00^ 
^Soo^Soogi. See jp.jcy: oj,oDS^Soogt,See 
j8i. jo:jq; a kind of malignant boil, jccS 


-Gar'ca-net, n. ooiSoiooiSSijJBcdSboo^ji, 
■Gar'cass, n. a dead body, a corpse, ooSo58{S. 
£&rd, n. a visiting card, c5SS(S^oD(dtoo^,c)&S8 
ooc8i8pooS: papers, figured in colors, 
. used in games, playing-cards, ^ooiyic85 
c^ooS; the card of a compass, SojSSioa^B 
oo8i^^^ Wqt^a)o5i8«8soo o3i cot ; an in- 
strument for combiijig wool, oo^ooiodoo 

CfSoDiyigo882^0Dia^09(^10DtODCOS09 8^, 0{^ 

g. , r. t. goD^Bi card. 

"Car'da-mom, n. «SoSgoo^,.oS<x)p*f 

'Cai^'di-aCta. pertaining to the heart, oo^ootSso 
oDi. . w, a Cordial, O5o5^coioo«ijoa>». 

•C&r'di-nAl, a. chief, principal, ooSoo8^oo8jS,odS 
oc)8^yS,Qo^goS^o5i, cjo^ooS^oj^; cardinal 
numbers, as, o/^e, /«;(?, <Are«,&c.^^cS8SyS 

gtjjip. , n. one of the pope's chief 

councilors, oioiooc^aaSjSooooiSoooi. 

£!&re, w. anxiety, concern, o3^oo^c8^,a)Soo^8^ 
oo^oo^ttt ; caution, heed, oc8^,oc8^cdi; a 
charge, ooSo5«ojiogSopi, oDajoDaoSoji, col 

8100^,00^01100^.^ ^l v.* t. to be anxious, 

cx)^c8^a9^c^,ooj:)8^oD^Q8; to have regard 
or interest, f3g^^5,o5,o5(^. See ^S, 9: 90. 

■Ca-reen', v.i. to incline to ope side, job* , 

•Ca-reer', n. a race, coSocS; a general course of 
action, ooS^^QiooS,aD^ooo{SooQ2S. 

"Gare'f ul, a. anxious, sojicitbus, S^^tooSco^Sp 
oo^c§; cautious, prudent, G8^8«aDSoc8So8; 
provident, cS^oSiojicgSopiooS, oo<^5odc9i 
oSeiioo^, a>^ooo1oD\,^^«iboDS. 

"Care'f al-ness,n.anxiety, caution^ SeeCABJSPUi*. 

•Ca-ress', v. <. to fondle, treat with fondnews, 
jj|f€68 2802, fi^f^^9 ooc^ooobs, ttiotioo^i^^ 

do, w^lf ;fiirl,rade, pijsh; e.i.o . silent; 9 as s; 9h aa sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; s as gz; « aa in liogef^ 

Digitized by 





n. See Cakess, v. L 

cBlc8^c65(5j^c8io65ood3S,Soii, A. 

€ar'go, n. the lading or freight of a ship, od^ 
coia)c8^icx>i(»oo^Sgi(fiiof8«ooi cargo. 

fJir'i-ca-tnre, t.^.to burlesque, exaggerate, ox 
ooSooojSoo8i5o8«oooD (^ c8^ ooS t^p g^ is ooi 
ooTyioiooSSooksit. , w* See Ridi- 
cule, Caricatueb, v. t. 

Ca'ri-L's, n. Med. the ulceration of a bone, od^ 
Qo) 001 oex5 o^ ^boijj^b. 

'Gr/ri-ous, a. oDStjSooSc^oi^poijj^ ; as, a carious 
tooth, ^cx)^oo^o&t£fi|>cBi,o^^a2|^b. 

fjark, n. care, anxiety, oo^oo^dBjS. 


fSr'Iine, w. ooSc8ooioo':8^ 

fSlr'nian, n. (^i^^o^^8tyi09^8|S,yio^^8. 

'€Sar-min'a-tive,n.(ro^<6^fooS)a medicine to ex- 
pel A^ind from the body, ooo5]^^iiodc5i. 

"CSr'mine, n. oo^oo^^ooiooc^SSiojs. 

fStr'nage, n. massacre, ooSo^oSyioo^ocnoi. 

fJar'nal, «. pertaining to the flesh, fleshly, oo^ 
oosStooso^jS; natural, unregenerate,G8^ 
6to2^c8^o5ioosc8^o5it)do;2^oooo^ ; sensual, 
lustful, oo^co98icoSdb^o3:9itd^oodB,ooto9 

•Gar-nal'i-ty, n sensual desire, sensuality, ooS 

oosooojScDcBi, OO^SD1^5o01001(5«OOlgO^(»8S. 

Car-mirian (-yan), n. 001^9103030^,0020?^*. 

£!ar'ni-val,w. a Roman Catholic festival, ^ooiod 
ooSooiSioioiwogSoooo^oooDojSooi ooQi b 00 
^pooc^oo^^odt^Ssoi^Sooxooootooioo^ cSb q\ 

€ar-niv'er-ous, a. flesh-eating, ooiootfi^ooSgo^. 

£Iar'ol, V. i. to sing, warble, oobib,oobii^8oo^ 
ScBSoaoSa^ , n. ooloDbi, ooSdbpo'i, 00) 


€a-r6t'id, n. (co^ioSs) oaSoDd^i (:^pf^i) o«8^x^ 
, a. o3^«x>t880D^sa5Boo^oo^i. 

"Ca-rous'al, w.a noisy, drinking festival, a ban- 
quet, ooScfio588ioa8i»oD^^ioDo5^^^8oo^, 

70 CAR 

£a-rouse', t;. f. d?oo»8Toi8i8itti^S carousal isb 
oooSg. , n. See Carousal, w, 

-Carp, censure, cavil, find faultfOc^oSoo^ 
oott|5oac8S,o^oo55ooS. , n. a kind of 

fish, gf)cfi^,g^OD8dB§. 

fSr'pen-ter, n. yi^c^,cb«ooJl*, 

•Car'pen-try, n. yi^ojSISojooocSoioo'ioi. 

€ar'pet, v. cSoocSSol, §»S (floor) oocS^ol. , 

v.t. tflc8i«8oocfiSdl. 

Car'pus, ft. Anat. the wrist, ^?,^3tt5. 

ffer'nage (kar'rij), «. a vehicle on wheels, 
09^,c9poooop,c9poooD^ox(jSooSoo^; con- 
veyance, ooSayioo^jOoSfeSoo^; demeanor, 
conduct, oooioo^<S8oo^,oooo(^Soot. 

•Car'ri-on, n. putrefying flesh, oo^oSS^oog^. 

far'ron-nde', n. ^SoDODoijSfjpbStooQS^Tdb^. 

"Car'rot, a. odoo^cSoo'JooodojS* 

•Ciir'rot-y, a. ooSoac^S8ic85 carrot oooSt. 

•Car'ry, t;. <. to bear, convey, 85;— about one's 
person, 8Sodiooc8i; — on the shoulder, 
or with a yoke, c8t; — on the head, S\ 
— on the back, suspended from the head, 
6;— astride the neck, <8c8d3S;— astride 
the back, <jjS, (j; — astride the hip, 85 gs 
o5^;— a point, cocSi^nooS,ttxopaoo^SoaS;— 
one's self, aibop6o5i§|i. — Carry away, 
to take to another place, 8SdB|5cgS,8SdB^ 
cgSsgoooi.— (Carryback, 8Sodo1oji.— Car- 
ry off, 8SdB^cg5ojciK»oi;to kill, 0100,00^ 
oo,o5|S — Carry on (business), oioo^otoo^ 
gioooioi.— Carry out,to accomplish, oio^i 
.oo6i,oiopioo<^c8p,«iopioo oai c8^ ^1 c8^.— 
Carrythrough,to sustain to the end,cBen 
oi©iioo^opiooooooi^,c8snoi*iiooSojioo 6i. 

fSlrt, n. 09^. , V. t. ofsoo^Soo^oSicoioj^. 

•Cart'age, n. the price of carting, cq^^o^tts^^^ 

•€Srte-bEnche'(kart-blan8h'), n.Fr. yio^^S^ 

0009«ODOlobBcdlOOOlOD1»88oOC9pOO^l8tyi 00 
OlOpODC^tOO^ODOlOX^ 00 8^ ^^ 00^ 00 ODI, #1 8 

001 yiobscSi 0001 S^jSofStooi carteblanche. 
•Car-tel', n. o55oi^}S8j5ooaD8oooj^ooiajt8jSot8|S&8 
o^cSi (ScSicBSoooosoDi oo^i ooi ooS oSioo^ax 

i.e,i,6,ii,y,long; a,e,T/),ii ,3^, short; cSre, far, Utsti f^ll, wh^t; thfere, vgil,tlnn; pique; done, f6r, 

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OAS 71 

£art'er, n. a teamster, ytfpo9^8,y\c9^8. 

fSrt'-hflrse, n. ooc^jSo^soj^. 

Car'ti-lage, ^?. gristle, b6ooooo^©S, 

Car'tilig'i-nous, a. like cartilage^ gristly, (fi^ 

"Cart'-load, n. oojSoodBooooScS^oD^jn. 

€ar-tooii', Car-touch', n. dS^oocBtooipodoioooD 

Car'tridge, n. ^810001,03) 05 jSoooij^iSiojpoo^. 

far'tridge'-bux, n. See Cartouch. 

Cart'-rope, w. (gioDiooo^soj^ooSS. 

Cart'-rat, w. o9^<5oDJ5ooc^\. 

'tart'-'^ay, n. C9^a5c^. 

£arf -wheel, w* (cgj) 05^400^. 

fart'wrfght, n. a cart-maker, yiQidbcB^oj^S. 

Carve, v. t. to shape in wood or stone, bto5^, 
btoD^bsoi; — as meat at table, cq%fC6\p:f£. 

farv'er, n. a sculptor, yibsoo^oj^; n carving 
knife, Soj^iSnolooSgojS, 

-Cajj-cade', n. o6c8iaj8,o6dBiooc8i8. 

€ft8e,fi. event, state, condition, 9ocB|SoD€8t, od 
9SoooQi,ooooS c8^c8^c8p; a subject for 
discussion, oo^o5ag^o588oo9^odSS; a cause 
in court, ogSoo^8oo6^^obSi6i;the inflection 
of a noun &c, 09S; a box, 0000); a sheath, 
@t;au,a knife-case, 8^t; a covering, 90 

91 ; as, a pillow-case, Q^o^&i^qooi. , 

v.t. coiSooicSioDooi. See Encase. 

•Crtse'ment, n. a casing, coSodiSooic8iodooi,ooS 
oigto^iooS. See Molding, let def. 

-Gash, M. money, oQ^8if8i,o^aDl,cBoDl. , v. t. 

as a bill, oo^eooio5So^8^oooosoooo^oodB. 

fH&sh'-account', n. eoos^. 

"Cdsh'boc k, n oSSjoo*^. 

fJa-shew', n. a kind of tree, coQtc&fdSp. 

fJash-i^r', n. a cash-keeper, yioiif . , v» t. 


flash'-keep'er, n. yions. 

f!a8'ing,n,ooS§poDcoi,ooS8o85 See Casement. 

fJask, n. oDODioo^,©^. 

€!ask, -Cas'que, n. a helmet, ooiS^o^S. 

-Gas'ket, n. 000018001 (^io5^5o9SoDooia>o5 00 c^^ 


£!cis'sia, n. ojjSooolc^t 00000^8,0008031, ficboo^t^t. 

•Cas'si-mere, n. oosoooosocg^oiooooajS. 

Cas'sok, n. (ooSsii) cBoS^sgdBooioxoi 00 00 c||5 oj^ 

Cast, V. t. to throw, hurl, fling, cgS; to shape, as 
in a mold, found, o8b,o8^Sb; to turn in the 
mind, cg^dBogS^jOoooSogS; to compute, (A 
ooSgtooS;— seed, ^00^^;— a foetus, cSic^s 
ogS;— or shed the skin, ooojj^tcSioodg; — 
lots, o8b. Of 8oo^e8,gicoSo8;— a shade, c}^ 
cSiooSooi}^.— Oast aside, cgSogS, oSogS, ft 
ogS. — Oast away, l8o§5^ogS,cgSoo^c^5; to 
wreck, as a ship, oo^cot8i,oo^oo^oo88i. 
— Oastdow.n, rgSc8i,ooSc8iog5;— in mind, 
oooo8c8iqj8c8icBi,oooo8c8i^8c8i cb. -Oast 
forth, to drive away ,c8c8^cg5; to emit, 00 
§c8jS,oo^8c8j5.— Oast off, to discard,^ogS, 
|^8ogS; to let loose, oo^c8ioj5,^SogS.— Oast 
out, cBc8j5ng5.— Oast up, to compute, AS 

oo'iggooS; to vomit, c§8c8^c^S. , ». ooS 

cgS. See Oast, v, t. cast of the eye, a look, a 
glance, ooScgSooqjg; cast of color, a43hade,. 
a tinge, ooSc^SodcjI 00 oS oo^ ; cast of the 
countenance, ^5oonoSoo8i,iSoo8ooo6S, 

'Cas'ta-net, w. 8ioj8,^j5oo8. 

"Caste, n. oo©iiooc^^,oo|j5o5ooi,ooodojS. 

•Oasf er, n. a cruet, oc8^Sc6odooioooo8ooodo25 
coiyi^|SoSc8iooiG8^oio»c8S 00100^060^91, 
00100 j:>o6qSoioo8S,ooiog8PojSooS6^oo8S. 

^as'ti-gate, v. t. to correct, chastise, whip, 08^ 

-Cii s'ti-grt'tion, «. chastisement, oqSo8^«8^. 

"Gast'ing-n6t, «. yS,y5oDioaj8c8ig^, 

•Ctls'tle (kas'l), n. a fortified residence, a for- 
tress, (^l8^00C&|S 

•Oas'tor, n. a kind of animal, |joooDOpS,5§o90o 
ojS; a medicine, ^0008. See Oasteb. 

•Oas'tor-oil, n. |^ooSooc^,odo5|So8. 

-Ccis'tr Jte, V. t to emasculate, geld, oj^t cS^oSS 
ooo^,oj«<^^5j5, 3000^,0; to expurgate, as 
a book, ttiogSoo'ioooioD^oDioSS^i. 

■Cas-tr /tion, n. emasculation. See Oastrate. 

£Ia8,ii-al, n. occidental, 00^910^00008; occasion- 

do, W9lf; furl,rLide, pash;e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; yh assh; g as j; gas in get; g as z;s asgz; nas in linger ». 

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£Sa§^u-aI-ty, n. accident, contiogeDcy* oo^oo^od 

QOt; death by accident, oo^o&9jjSco8»« 
-C&g^u-ist, n. one ^ho decides cases of con- 
science, (^100l00C^|lOS03^OlStOD^009l00001. 

"Cas'u-is'tic, 'Cus'ii-is'tic-al, a. See Casuistby. 
■€a§'u-i8-try, n. oDSojpooSooiooioo^^^iogooSoigi 

Cat, n. (x>^Q\Sx ; cat o'nine tails, ^^jgcoiodc^i 

o^Sb8t(2|i c cB, 02^00^ ^ooiaDjj}ooc88Qe8^. 

•Cat'a-comb, n. oDiSG8^iQOiyxcoi^i\oS|6(/i8^ 

•Cat'a-lep'sy, n. oo^aoloooocf^Sooooc^S. 
£!at'a-logue, n. a list, a record^ o^Soooioooo^^^. 
£!atVme'ni-a, n. Med. the menses, SS^oosgjS 

'€at'a*inount, n. the N. American tiger» dgp. 
iUtVplasm, n* ^ poultice* odo^jSooioodB^cS^o 

-CaVa-pult, n. ^po^\coiif\\to^mitQi\^^coo^o 

"dafa-ract, n. a large waterfall, oocSiagotS^, 
o6c8ioDc88ot8p;— in the eye, ooScOtjoiooio 

"Ca-tarrh^ n* a cold in the head« qo^oo^oo^^,8s 

00^^ oo^o&ogic8i,o9Soo^o68ooS« 
'Ca-tas'tro-phe, n. a disaster, oo^Qiooo^tooiooo 


£!atob, Vs U to seize, lay hold on, 8^; to arrest, 
S^iDScoioS^ooooa^V, to entrap, €^1^^; to o- 
vertake, ^^fjis^^;— &8 with a hook, oo^ 
|,S,o^«^^S,ogt|S ;— as a disease, ao{S,oo^#t;— 
cold, cof)oo<^p;— small-pox, oofa>iS,oo^Q 
^S; — as fire, ^ei^dB^ooioecdi.— Catch at, 
to try to seize, 8^^t^ioa^t^«. — Catch 
op, o5tcl^^oDc:^cB, a>ic8|Soo:^fl8,o&s^So^b. 
, w. seizure, o3^8|S,odS8^od^» 

-if3ateh'-pen'ny,n. a thing intended only to gain 
money by, oo^qi^^^ioo^. See Catch, v. t. 

-eatfe^hat'ic, -Cnt'e-chefic-al, a. co§^9%<xA 
D^^d3c8oD^o3i cSSoSog^ooSoo^u 

72 CAT 

€at'o-ch]ge, vj. to teach by questions and an* 
swers, o8^c8^^c8aoScDio68o5ogSoo^i; to 
examine by questions, oocgSooStoo^. 

Cat'e-chigm (-klzm), n^ oSSoSogSoDS, 

€at'e-9hu (-shoo), n. c^iojSjoStjS. 

€at'e-chu'men(-ku'men),w, jBccZ. a neophyte*, 


Cdt'e-gor'ic-Al, a. absolute, positive, oo^od^idoi 
8toD^ajcBioo«Sooc8, odS^S^S^^^S, odSc8%o5S 

€at'e-go-ry, n. (cosodS^i) an enumeration, a 
class, ooHstsbioD^o^ioocD^eotcSSoooospo 
Qi8to3QxSooo6bQdoStf^^,QWo^ 8i y^oo^iSi; 
predicament, condition, oc)^g8^So&iS|i. 

€a'ter, v. t. to provide food for, purvey, «jyi 

eit'er^pU'lar, n. o58S8i. 

•Cat'er-waul, v.i. to cry as cats, o^jSoioSiooS^ 

ooo) c6^c86Qoo>t8ty 1 . 
Cates, n.pU dainties^ oo^G8|^^cSo»6|Sooaoi. 
Cat^gat, n. ^iSoxioo^Soic^cS^bcxDtoSSt^obgcbt 

Ca^thar'ticj'Ca-thar'tic-al, a. purgative, oo^ios 
oooSf cj. ^ n* a purge, oooo^c^. 

Cat'-head, n. oo^ai(dioo8|S,ooi^Q8|5boDincc6m 
8^oooicx>^8oo8^G8xo58to9^Qid3ioo8^ 03 ^1 

^800100 cB8o^c6^^0DO^lODlOdc8l* 

€a-the'dral, n« (cooS^gj) a bishop's church, 


CatVe-ter, n, 8ioD6ito3^o9ooo2Sa>ioQic9^<7iy^ 

-€ath'o-lic, a. universal, as pertaining to the 
church, oc)|So088too^Soooo^d3^§^oo^icx>^ 
ooS; liberal, candid, cocgSbSSjSaSBan^iod^ 

oo{5,ogSo6dS8o8i. , n* See Bomakibt 

or BoMAK Catholic. 

€ath'o-lj5'i-ty,€a-th6ri-9i§m, n. See Catholic. 

-6a*thori-con, n« a panacea, ooaD^odiopQiajjloc) 

€a-t6pVic8, n. Nat. Phil. (o3dB8o@5) odSoj^ 

€atV-cra'dle, n.a kind of child's play, dBc8ic6. 

4,e,i»d^u«yrlong; a,e,T,6,ii,y, short; cfire, far« last, fgll, vi hat; th^e, yfil, tirm; pique; d6ne, fdr, 

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€atV-eye, n. coi^o3p6i<Si^5,ooi^oicx)ODe<j5. 

f;at'tle, co^ScSSSooaioDo^. 

flau'cus, n. (cSodiS) a preliminary, political 
meeting, o3^G8^§^ooi^r8SoS8iic30^ 00 ooc^i. 

fJau'dal, a. co^tx>t9tiS; tail-like, cSioSoo^oo^S. 

•Cau'dle, n. 00^82x3) ixjSooSooc^ioooiSteosoo. 

fJaul, w. the omentum, §S,o§S; a kind of hair- 
net, 8S<^{S8^^^oooDopSooiooa)8b5o88S8c^. 

€au'li-flow'er, n. ooco^co^mcoc^S. 

■Caus'al, -Caus'a-tive, a. ooioo(j8Q8|5c8^ooSadoS. 

^u-sa'tion, n. See Cause, v. t. 

^ause, n. that which produces or cfiFects a re- 
sult, ooScoia5q^8Q8j5dS^ooS,ooSoDioos^8<fec8^ 
oy\', motive, reason, ooSoDiooc6^aj8c8^bi 
ooD80ooV, origin, cx>Soo8^o68,ooSoo6S8^o68; 
account, sake, 008^, oocS; a matter of 
importance, ooo^ooo^i ; a suit in court, 
a case, ooSooc8icx>S^8ooSS,ooSoDc8in§Soo^g 

oo^S. , V. t to effect, produce, make, 

£j«cS^dB^,(j8cfec8p,QiooS . 

f^use'less, a. without a just reason, 000^ cx> 
dSp; uncaused or uncreated, odSoooSoo 


"Cause' way, "Cau'sey, n- c8n5^8^,c8icoiooSo5 
ooSc8iooi^ooioDo5^^o61 oj5 00 c308 §8 06, ch 

fians'tic, n. G8^ioo^odioocS^oe8o^|S§oj5a2ooc88. 

, a. corrosive, burning, dS^aosog^. 

€au'ter, n. a hot, searing iron, co8fBS8i, 
^u'ter-ize, v. t. to burn or sear the flesh, coji^g 

88008cBS,c88§80O0O8cBS,(J8c8^CX>ScOl CaUStic. 

€au'ter-y, n- ooSc88ooSooico8cBS,ooSog][8oo^ooioo8 
rBS,ooSq^8Q8^cx>SoDicaustic. See Cautee. 

^u'tion,n. provident care, prudeace, forecast, 
oDSoc8S,cx>Soc8SoD8;a warning, an admoni- 
tion, 00ScO^00^Oc8S,C0Ss^8C»p ^ oS ©IX QoSj 

ooSi^8oc8So5©iiooS. , v.t. to give no- 
tice of dariger to, warn, qsocSSoSsiiyi, 


^au'tion^-ry, a. containing warning, odiooq8 

oc8Soo8,oDiooq8oo^^o5©i looS. 
•Cfu'tious, a. wary, prudent, watchful, cxdioo 


78 CAL 

"Gau'tious-ness, n. provident care, watchfulr 
ncss, ooS^^Soc8Sc308. See Cautious, 

Cav'al-cfide, n. yaSsoDC^jScooDc^icbiojSooS. 

•CaVa-liar', a. gay, sprightly, gallant, ooiooqi 
ooo38oo&oo8,coioooSooaD8^o309^; haughty, 
disdainful, coiOdoSa>Sooo38,oSo3oiooico 

038. , W.(^lG8|58800CO^a2888o5cX)80D§8@8. 

•Gav'al-ry, n. oD0D^aij800ODc^i. 

"Gave, n. ooi^^t,o3i^oog8^x , v. i. to cave 

in, c8io35,c8iodod5,c8iodg8,c8iodooi^. 
£a've-5t,«. Lat6\ a stop, hindrance, oo^gooS; 

a warning, an admonition, ooSoo^ocS^. 
•Cav'ern, n. a cave, ooS^i,cx>^odooioo^i. 
•Cav'il, V. i. to be captious, find fault, ojoScBS 

ooScx)ioooSooSSooooq8^oo^, c^SodcSi^ixodS, 

(j5coc8ioo88ioD^. , n. Sec Cavil, v. i. 

•Gav'i-ty, «• a hollow place, 00 g8 ^x, 0000 cS ^i ; 

in the earth, tS^S^oodS^x. 

"Caw, V. i. 88ope08yid8^£88<xS,c88<55. 

Qease, v. i. sBo^S; to be silent, d3^c§p; to stop, 

refrain from, (]8^ooS,q8^odc8V, to cease to 

be, fail, oDooiS,ooQ8^oon; to cease doing, 


^ease'less, a. without pause or end, continual, 

^e'dar, n. o3^^(a(s^z. 

^ede, V. t. to yield, surrender, oD^oioo^b, 

^eil, V. t. Qxc8^880D^8^,o:28oo8p. See jc^8. 9: a. 

^eil'ing, n. the lining of the roof, od^SS^, ooj5 
8f,o5^8foDigl8. See o58. jj: 09. 

^el'e-brate, v.t. to praise, S^c8^oQix,ooo8S,«i 
ooi«xod8xc8^ ; to distinguish by festival 

^el'e-briVtion, w. See Celebrate. 

^e-lcb'ri-ty, n. fame, renown, cx>Sajd8^anc8x, 
ooSooooioD8iajc8foilc8i,ooSoocSS. {Tav.). 

^e-ler'i-ty, n. speed, ooS^,oo^^cx)08,oDS|r|g. 

^e-les'tial ( lest'yal), a. pertaining to the sky, 
od^o0888^od85c8x; relating to heaven, 
heavenly, oo^co888^8^, oojSoo888c:8^^8^. 

9e-lib'a-9y, n. oc^gSSod^x, ooSG8^;^pco|i8pcx)^ 

^el'i-bate, w. a single life, <^xcoioooo|Soi03p. 

4otW9lf;farl,riide, pysh; ei,o. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g a8z;xaB gz; n as in linger. 

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QeW^n. a sinall, close room, oisS^oo^oosij^sS; any 
small cavity; as, a prison cell, ooSc8<j^\8. 

^el'lar, n. a room under a hou8e,oi80Di o5^8cd5. 

{jeHu-lar, a. oDScS^^ibSiocx^iSooloaloDcbS- 

^em'ent, 9^-ment', n. rB^oooDojS,ooSiojtooioo 
ogiioi; metallic cement, cDoo^*. 

Ce-ment', v. t. to make adhere closely, ^ifeogt 
oD^ooSooSogiio;;!)!! ; to solder, ©so^Sb. 

^em'e-ter'y, n. a grave-yard, a churh-yard, 

c8, OoScg^8^00CX)8S, ODScg^SpOOODG^I. 

Qen'o-taph,;?. a monument, 0005,^1 wicS^bSoSi 

^ense, v. t. sS^c^ioD^^i^SoSgooSoD^i^^i^ooS^, 

^ens'or, w. c8Scoi<^is8^c^iooS^i^fi^cx)ioo(^i. 

^en'sor, n. a guardian of the pre^s, <^iooioo 
oo^ogSo5©iic55oDiyi 0100 ^-[t (^j5 ^t 98 a>^ 00 
oi; one given to censure, c^ioDioo^gS 

^en-so'ri-oiis, a. fault-finding, cxDiooSSooSoa). 

^en-so'ri-ous-ness, n. odSooodscS^ got od noo o55 

^en'sur-a-ble, a.blamable, ooSao55ooSooc8Sc8^, 

^en'sure, w.blame, reproof, odSo5ooSodq^,o5ooS 
oo55. , V. t, to blame, oSor-^SooQJS. 

^en'sus, n. c55ooioonS^^o68rBS8oo<j^oog)oo8p 

^ent, 17. a hundred, ooooodi; a copper coin, 
0005^ (^^® dollar). 

^en'tgur, n. a fabulous being, oo^8r8^8o90D 

^en'te-na'ri-an, n. yioooDsooioooooDi , a. 

(jen'te-na-ry, n. oDoooDi,f f ^acfi^oooocoi. 

^en-ten'ni-al, a. co^zx>t9za^ifPcocooo\. 

^en'ter, ^en'tre, n. coSoooi^oo«,oo^cx)8o5S^i. 

, V. t. to place on a centre, oScoioo 

oiBoSS^i, oSooi 00 oi^ 008 ; to collect to a 
point, concentrate, c88§^SoooD8,8b8c8S 

dBSoooo8. , V. i. to be collected to a 


9en'ti-ped, Cen'ti-pede, «• 08c8. 

^en'tral, a. placed in the centre, cSpooioif cot. 

74 CEK 

cS^coiooSoD8o5^^a; pertaining to tbecen^ 
tre, oo^eo8ooSaij5oD8,oo^tx>8cx>Soo8oS^^i. 
^en-trifu-gal, a. (©{Sgiseoj) flying from the 
centre, oDioo(^ioo6[8ooSoioottioo^i»So5c6v 
b^iSooioSooooSsjoooi ; centrifugal force^ 


^en-trip'e-tal, a. (©{5@8oooj)c?oiooc6ioo^8oo^o3 
«ioo^H^^c^5o6Tbajooai^a>8oo8; centrip- 
etal force, oooooci^coiooq8cfciajooQiSoo8, 

^en'tu-ple, w. cx>^oo1c8^oo©8ododooi. 

9en-tiVri-on, n. Bom. Antiq. q^88odcocx)i»8S. 

9ent'u-ry, n. a hundred years, oo|poDa>ooi. 

Qe-pharic, a. oof ?)08888foD^oS. , w.a med- 
icine for headache, odod^ 8f ool. 

ge'rate, n. o^f^8*oDo5fo:388b880DSo8,880D^«88. 

Qire,v.t. to wax, 5[ooSooc8i88oo^«88,5[od^ooc8i 

^er'e-bel'lum, n. 8{5j^5c?oic»^i889oo38oooj5. 

Qer'e-bral, a. oof »og888p|S. 

^er'e-brum, v.Anat. 8f jSooiop^5gl88oo88f 

^ere'ment, n. ooSo68QSoDiooa8fo5oo5yioS8S. 

9er'e-m6'ni-al, a. ritual, formal, oof ex)a38 cere- 
mony. , n. See Cebemony. 

^er'e-mo'ni-ous, a.ooi^ibSsceremony, formal^ 
precise, c8S|Sceremonyooiooi6i6T. 

^er'e-mo-ny, n. a form, oo'lttiooSooobS;— in re- 
ligion, a rite, ooSojf ooSoonooSooobS ;— in 
manners, ooSocog'^oocoSasSoocJbS. 

Qer'tain, a. true, ooqSooc8; sure, constant^ un- 
failing, ooy^iS,©o1ofi,^Sr8S,^S^S; as- 
sured in mind, undoubting, ^,o^^^c8i 
ooSc8i8b8,ao838ooo8f ; one in particular,. 
yioooi,QOOioooi; some, oo^ooqi. 

^er'tain-ness, ^fr'tain-ty, n. See Cebtain, 

^er-tif i-cate, w. oSSo^fSf oooo8,c55ob80jj5*. 

^er'ti-fy, v.U to testify in writing, o^Sfoooot 
oDioSS^i ; to verify, qioiSwiojh; to give 
information to, q8ojf glb,:88oofojf glb^ 

^er'ti-tude, n. assurance, certainty, ooS oot 


^e-rix'le-an, a. sky-colored, blue,ool6^8fQoo8u 
f e-ru'men, n. ear wax, f^oofog. 

i»e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last* f§ll, what; there, vgil, term; pique; ddne, f6r. 

Digitized by 


CHA 75 

^es-sa'tiou, n. a stop. See Cease. 

^lefl'sioa, n. the act of ceding. See Cede. 

Chafe, v.i to be worn by rubbing, ooibjOoo^i^s 
a)ioo{5QSoo«8, to be irritated, oDScfi^ ods 

oD<j5. , V. t. to year by rubbing, oji, 

^Sbopioccji; to irritate, «icSSc8poooD«. 
, n. cx>Scx>5Q^5c9i,oo^oD^Q^5c8iooc8i. 

Chaff, n.o. , V. t. to ridicule, ij^gfcSSc^. 

Chaffer, v. t. to bargain, haggle, c85c85oocx)8 
StooSsdloo^yi; to talk much or idly, a>c8i 

Chafing-dish, n. a dish for coals, ooso^od^iS. 

fha-grin', n. vexation, mortification, o^soo^ex)) 

OjSoOODSOOl OoS^5^8,ODtcBSoj^8cBSc8. 

Chain, n. s^/^ic^o^^icoiooQibcoi o^, e, St cos ^ 

coi5c»^cx>o^. , V. t. ©ioo58«cj|io^. 

Chlin'-shot, n. (^Soo^ocgi^ccioo^ojsSscosc^ooS^ 

Chair, n. c8Sc9^|\; the presiding officer of an 

assembly. See Chaibman. 
Chair'man, n. o3^(]8^§|Soo8^,yioixc8^80^|i. 
(Chaise, n* c^^cooD^ooioodS^SsooSsooj^Sscoio^ 

Chal-jed'o-ny, •Char9e-do-ny, n. a variety of 
quartz, wajPooioloSooiSoioooDogS. 

Chal'dron, n. oDog^gioDioogSo^jSoDg 96 c8^ 
to^2X>^o9(gi^. See Caldkon. 

Chal'ige, n* a cup, a bowl, o8S,odooiooodo^. 

Chjlk, n. c5^8|So1. , v. t. to mark with 

chalk, Qsf |5b8Kd^8|So1. 

Chalk'y, a. c8io588i«^8^cfl,cDl©^588iBf9^o1. 

Ghal'lenge, v. t. cStcS^SoSsoooDq^scSS 00 oDt, 091 
c8Sooao8 ; to claim as due, com^oocS^cS^ 
Stuob; to reject, as a juror or wituess, ^^ 
ogS,a)Oj^Sc65. , n. See Challenge, v.U 

Cha-lyb'e-ate, a. oo^oo^Dlo^SSscot. 

Cham'ber, n. an upper room, oitooioosS; a 
sleeping-room, Sou; an assembly-room, 

6i8d3^^^^^|Scp8^; of commerce, ooiyi 

o^5ooSoaiooSooo:jj),yiooio^ao^oD^ o^ooi (fit 
oo|i|iSo8tooooc^c8^oobcoo2Ht^^oo9i^ •sSt 


(]8|S§^O2^c8^e8c8lO0SpD^?)0888O|.S^ODS ODIOO 

c8^6c8boo8S; — of a gun, ^g8. 
Cham'ber-lain(-lin),n. a high officer of a king's 
a chamber servant as in a hotel, (rare)> 

yiooi C»CX)C^5r)0c8l0S8OpT0gSojlO31800Ol. 

Cham'ber-pot, n. so^oooii. 

•Cha-me'le-on, n. g|5,gj5oc>)8{S,ooc^S«iooo38c8ia&. 

Chiim'for, v. t. to be vel, ^S od gi , c^ 00 gi ; to 
groove, «i^SooSooo2i,oo^oDc85o8dB^. 

Qham'ois (sham'my), n. ^5ob8c68Si,aoio8. 

Champ, V, t. oo^o68oo8,oo^oo2)58. 

9ham-paigne',n a sparkling wine,e68o6ooo3og5,. 

Qham-paign', n. a wide plain, ooS^<jjio8c6S. 

Cham'pi-on, n. <^is^8a£8cx>io»^ODab8oooi,yiq^80oS: 

Chan9e,r. i. cfec8j5oj5oooDS,Q8^dB^a^oQooS. y. 

n. an opportunity, od^u6ooi,oo^ooooioooo 
c8Soooioooo^,aa^8Q8j5 ; a fortuity, casual- 
ty. See Casualty. 

Chan'jel, n. ooc8SoDioD^5^i&yio5#^88ooS «gi 


Chan'^el-lor, n. a certain high officer, oSSooi. 
oooia>^ooSS^^^n§Se8 8^ 00 ^8 00 c^S od 01 ; 
Lord high chancellor of England, fix 
oiooo8poDioooopex)888ooH^^p cg^ 00 SS 00 
ooiS CO! r8^ J&{5 o 00^ CO 01 ; of a uni- 
versity, ooSwicSoodSSoocSoDooiSoQSp. 

Chan'jer-y, n. ^oDiaooc)^20888ooSoo^8oo^Soo8^ 

^han'cre (shank'er), n. a venereal sore, od^j 
Qo^oD888tib3bc8|Sooi Seo Canceb. 

^han'de-lier, n. (j|^9c5oo^) o^ojoioDioQcSioSSt 

03^CX)S*, O^G|0100CX2||8(g1^i0j8c8S0000g, 03 
(Jp^GdpCOlOQS^C^^OOCSxOOl 0091^00888 00 0103' 

Chand'ler, n. (^1^10^001^8 ; a dealer in other 
commodities; as, a ship-chandler, yiooi 


Change, v. i. to be altered, cb,obc85. , v. t. 

to alter, ^051,^108x8800^; to exchange; as, 
to change clothes, ooo5i3doo8; to take one- 

do,W9lf; farl,rude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h as sh; g-as j; gas in get; s as z;x asgz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 



thing for another, ^cSSooS ; to quit one 
place for another, ajt»c8^ ; to change 
money, oDoo)o,oooo)y5,cbc8i©,o6c8ic8S. — 
Change into, to transmute, q^sc^cSfooSoo 

'OiajoD^ooSio^. , n. variety, altera- 

tion, mutation, ooScbcSS; small money, 
©oD^i, SoSsooSoooSs, ooSoSs, oDSon,oo^s§. 
Change' a-ble, a. mutable, variable, ooScbcSSoo 

OD80D,aoSoDOOD ol OD, OoS CO gSjS oi^ g8^ ojjti ; 
fickle, inconstant, oogoooiSooojjii. 

Change'a-ble-ness, n. See Changeable. 

Chan'nel, n. a water-course, oooQi ; a strait, 
coc^xSpcoiQh^o^zo^^M; Arch, a furrow 
in a column, a groove, 0^1,03^0^1 ; any 
means of conveyance, ooSooo^jOoo^x. 
, V. t. to groove, sbioo^S^SooSo^oQi. 

Chant, V. t. to sing, o^^ooIooodS. , w. oD^oDg 


Chant'i-cleer, n. a cock, sfio). 

Cha'os, n. €onfusion,disorder, ooSw^ScSsog. 

Cha-ot'ic, a. «ioooD8«^5o88Dt,o3o5^aj^c85oQOD«. 

Chap, V. t. to crack, 68c^5,o80p^o8. , w.ooS 

o8(^5,oo^o8c^jSoi, , n. a boy, a lad, 

a youth, Colloq. 8 00^,803^ g),cgpc8. 

Chap'el, n. 05^^00^03)00^00318,03)00^0000^^. 

Ch^p'-fallen (chap'fa win), a. dejected, dispirit- 
ed, O08oo<j5,o38c8ic5fl,^5c8i^8c8ic:8. 

Chap'i-ter, n. 001^008^,001^0^88. See Column. 

Chap'lain (-lin),n. aj|88ooo36^^c8oo^,o8^ooo3c^^. 

Chap'lain-5y, Chip'lain-ship, n. ooSoocSSooi 
chaplain ^Soo^b. 

Chap'let, n. a garland, S^cf^i;— of flowers, 8 

Chap'man, n. a trader, <^i8olooSyio3^. 
Chaps, n^ pi. the jaws, oo^8rBS8oooo88^. 
Chap'ter, n. a division of a book, c65ooooi8^; 

Eccl. a meeting of clergymen, q3qj5o8S 

ooS ooo3^c8f ^^ooooc^i . 
Char, Chare, n. a day's job, 03^^1001 <^i88^^03p 

ojiooc6oo^ioo8Soo|ioo8S. , v.t. tflcci 

o^s|,o^^c8; todo small jobs. See Chobe. 
Char'ac-ter, n. a mark, oo^o^^; a letter, o5S 

00 (gi^ ; a distinctive quality, a leading 

76 CHA 

trait, oooo(feSo08,oao2SoooDS; a good qual* 
ity, reputation, 00^^000081,00001000081; 

a good character, ooSicoi; a bad » 

oo8i(?3ooioo^. , v.t. See Chabacteb- 


Char'ac-ter-is'tic, n a distinguishing quality, 

Char'ac-ter-ize, V. t. to distinguish, qio^ScSiqS 
o^ooS ; to describe, «i(j)dSf ooooScflidB. 

Char'coal, n- o^8038. 

Charge, v. t. to make an onset, oo^itSi98, od 
^8«8is^8; to load a gun, ei|So^oo|5; to im- 
pose a fee or price, o5oo^i,o5ooo28ooc6; to 
accuse, o5ooSo3«p,oo5S ; to direct, in- 
struct, «ic85,«ic85o5 , n. an onset, 

ooSxoj^itSi(i8; an accusation, oooo^coq^; 
a fee or price, O3 0j8ooo6,ooyi; an order, 
an in junction, ooSqicSS;— of a gun,o3oo^. 

Char'ger, n. a large dish, 08001; a war-horse, 

Char'i-ot, n. o9j5o3oo{5oo6oo^<^Soo|58oo?)5o5 001 

Char'i-ot-eerS n. <^io3ioo|^ chariot 0301. 

Char'i-ta-ble, a. liberal to the poor, kind, bene- 
ficent, ODl00OD^O38O3^l<;i§^8a358^,^gS 

oo803^ioopooS; favorable, indulgent, ooi 


ChjVi-ty, U' love, benevolence, ooSi^^oo^og; 
tenderness, 00^03803^100^; giving to the 
poor, beneficence, ooSoo^o3aoo^iyi^S8 
oo58; what is given to the poor, alms, 

00^03^00803^iyi§j58oo58; good will, 038 


^har'la-tan, n. a quack, an empiric, yi ooi 00 
^^^ e8ogi ; 0000^0^^03^ ootojSb. 

Qha'la-tan-ry, n. 00^ «i6 charlatan aao88. 

Charm, v. t. to control or summon by incan- 
tation, O|o3^o3^oo^ ;— as a snake, cjSgjs 

ooS ; to fascinate, yioo^yioiosoos. , 

n. a formula of incantation, oo^o|o3^oo 
^,03^00^00^003^; a quality which attracts 
and secures the affections, an attrac- 
tion, o3^a3^oooi8^S|So3o6S. 

a,e,if6.u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; care. far. Ia8t,f§ll, wh^t; th^re, v§il, term; pique; d6ne^ f6r. 

Digitized by 


CHA 77 

Chaxwfiugjp. a. very pleasing, delightful, cap- 
tivating, oDioocD^otx)8 8{S8^; amiable, 
lovely, oDio8p|Sc8i,ooio@itdb^€8i. 

Char'nel-house, n. a place containing the 
bones of the dead, ooSooi<^To5gSyic3oooo5 

Chart, n. a marine map, 3^(^j5oo8i. 

Char'ter, n. o6So^^8^oooD8ooiooco^oo^oo^t§o5i 
Sjioooo^. ,v. t. to establish by char- 
ter, OO^0O^8§oSlS^lCOl05S0{^0OO3IO0C9^00 

^i; to let or hire by charter; as, a vessel, 

Chdr'-wom-an, n. a woman hired to do jobs 
and chores, SSc^^qoiooqioo^SsSs^^oooj^soo 

Char'y, a. cautious, careful, oo^^j^ocBSooe; 
frugal, close, «ioD^cx)o1ooS,«b^o6cbooS, 

Chase, t\ t. to hunt, pursue, oji ;— as prey, oj^i 
8{Sb,o^ioo^ooS ; to force to depart, drive 
away, oj^itSngSoDS. , n. ooSoj^i,oD^e)oS. 

Chas^gun, n. ^SooioooS^coicocfii^sojsooSjS. 

Chasm, n. a cleft, a fissure, tSp8S^io8,c:8^8^ 
ojpo8; a void space, ooSoDajs. 

Chiste, a. pure, virtuous, ooDD80ioooD8o1,oo3og 
8aJ,^i^888ooSoD8coo25ax8i; free from im- 
proper language, yiJjpSsoDSoocSiooQoif^i 
^88ooS ooc8iooc8ioD^ . 

ChWtea, V. t. to punish, correct, o8jSc8^ ; to 
purify, QioicS^. 

Chas-tise', v. t. o8|5f(8j5. See Chasten. Ist. def. 

Chas'tise-ment n. discipline, odSoS^cB^. 

Chas'ti-ty, n. purity, virtue. See Chaste, 

Chat,n. light, familiar talk, coSodc8ic85oooo80oi 
ooS(fi^oDc88ooyi. ,r.<. to talk familiar- 
ly, coc8ic85oooo800iooSoDc8i<^5ooS8ooSo5i. 

Chat'tel, ». <»S^c85i8p8^,oD5ioo^x)iiootfiS. 

Chat'ter, v. t. to prattle, odcSiooScS^SSoo^od 
c8ic8c8 ooS 00 o88, OD c8iodS ^S ^S o5 o5 ; to 
prate, jabber, odcSiooS 001000008^00^8800 
oSoo8S,ooc8i@@ooS;— as the teeth, oSoojS 
ooorgi^. , n. See Chattee, v. t. 

Chlt'ty, a. talkative, ^^SoDcSiooSaD. 

Cheap, a. of moderate price, ooyioD^,ooyic68; 


of small value, common, ooo:jj|8o58cB58 


Chcap'en, v. t. to chaflFer for, lessen the price, 
c8S,c85ooSyiooSooo5i . 

Cheat, n a fraud, 00^0800^91; one who cheats, 

a deceiver, <^icoiooc8ooSoiooS. , v. t. 

to deceive, impose on, c8ooS,c8ooSoiooS. 

Check, V. t. to curb, moderate, «ieSc8iooS; to 
restrain motion, hinder, @oo^^8od^,£J8c8j5 
a>dKooS; to rebuke, chide, o8^«8f; — a 

boat, oD^{5oo5o|; , v. i. to stop at, pause, 

g8^ooc8S,g8^soooc8S. , n. a bank or- 
der, o55Qic8S©QooDi8co{Soo1©^o6T^igiajyi 
oDoioSi; a token, ooSo^jS.See Check, v.t. 

Check'er, v. t. to divide into compartments, 

c8i^SooScgS^i^oOiooooo28o88s8oo8S. , 

n. check, plaid, aD^oj8ooj8s8. See Plaid. 

Check'mate, n. a defeat, ooSqi^h, ooSqico^. 
, V. t. to defeat, terminate, «xcop. 

Cheek, n. oc88,ooSooc88; cheek by jowl, familiar, 

<^c8500O0806So3S ,028C8500C308. 

Cheek'-bone, n. 388o5. 

Cheer, v. t. to salute with a shout-of appro- 
bation, cB8o@iidB|5; to gladden, make 
cheerful, oDc8i<^5dB^oooo8,«i5c8^oooo8; to 
urge on, encourage, ojpooASooool,c8f bi 

oooo8,oosD^c8^oos). , t?. t. to bccome 

cheerful, oos^dBjS, 65oo^ic8^, ^SajIcS^. 

,n. applause, acclamation, oo^cB8o 

giidBjS; mirth or good spirits, od^<jSoo8, 
ooSofjjn oj^aj5iioo8,ooS og{5 ^ oos ^ ; enter- 
tainment, good cheer, oo^cS^ooo^osooi. 

Cheer'fql, a. calmly, joyful, lively, oj^p§oo8^. 

Cheer'ful-ness, n. oo^o2^^oo8^,ooSo2J5^j5oo8^S. 

Cheer'less, a. sad, gloomy, oo8o^80DOfg|S,ooSoo 

Cheer'ly, a. gay, cheerful, oj^p^oot^. 

Chee§e, n. (ooS) oDSgSo6c8ioocoi,oo^§So6cBSc8S. 

Cheese'-mong'er, n. yioDioooo)oo^§^c6c8ioooDT. 

Cheese'-press, n. ^{5oa|80DSgSo6c8iooooi. 

•Chem'ic-al, a. c»^co888 chemistry. , n.pL 

substances intended to produce chem- 
ical effects. See Chemistry. 

do,w9lf;furl,rude,push; e.i.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h aB8h)ga8J;ga8iiiget; § a8z;xasgz;na8inlitlger. 

Digitized by 



^he-mise', n. c8oDo;^5^o8c8coi85<^po88bo&i(6o6 

fJhem'ist, n- yiooroac^pQl^SoiS chemistry. 
•Chem'is-try, n. (??^®@^) ooSoj^ooScosoqodojS 

CO! (POoSgl^lMOoSoOOTOoScoSoOCOl 8800 q8^ 

^5^<x)So5iooSgi©^oD^ooloj>Sc85 OO CX>8 §8 co 

^heque, n. See Check, n. 

Cher'ish, V. t. to nurture, foster, oS8c^xngSo2i, 

Che-root', w. a cigar, 85. 

Cher'ry, n. ooioDJScoioo^oS^oocQijSSioDcyDQjS. 

Cher'ub, n» 048^8^000^8. See «o8.(yo:oo-jo. 

Cher'^-bim, n. pL coScji8( 048)000^. See 

Cher'up, v. t. to urge on by making a short, 

shrill sound, 2|8cx>cBS. ,v. chirp 

as birds, twitter, widS^dBpooSScB^SoD^i 
yicSjSoooSg. , n* See Chibp. 

Chess, n. a kind of game, ooSaj8o, oSooScSSc^ 

Chess'-b5ard, n. c^poo^cjoiopc^iooSogsjcjoioocSi. 

Chest, n. a box, o^ool; the cavity of the breast, 
the thorax, 038^c/S; a chest of drawers, a 
bureau, cood1ooiooq8^§8^oo^*. 

Chest' nut, n. the tree, :^faS8^. See eot. ^0: o. 

9hev-al'-de-fri8e(8hev'o-de-frez), Fr. n. pU 
chevaux-de-frise, «i 8i^S8i, «i a> 0Dif> «i 

^heVa-lier', w. c8^88O3C^poj888oSc»0D8oD§8@t. 
Chew, V. t to masticate, oo^c:^8,c38^65,ooqiicS^; 

— the cud, to ruminate, cocSScS^ooaop, 

^hi-can'er-y, n. trickery, oo^«aoocSooc8ioo^S 

08800^ Od ^800C^^CX)O995^O2|5c8S00O38 

Chick'en, n. the young of fowls, a88. 
Chick'en-heart'ed, a. timid, cowardly, ^ft^^i 

Ch!ck'en-p6x, n. 6oo^oop*,w^So6,ooSc8^od). 
Chide, V. t. to blame, censure, o5cx>Soo«f 00^8 

^8; to reprove, rebuke, o8^tS^o3{5o88i, 
Chief, a. principal in rank or ofl&ce, supreme. 

78 CHI 

oDioo8^oo8p; greatest, prime, ooS^od 
ooiS. , n. a head person or com- 
mander, oo8^,odS^oo8|5,oo^Soo^^. 

Chiefly, adv. oolo^ooSooojS,c8i«89^ooSooojS. 

Chieftain, n. a chief, yioD^iS3o8^,yioo8{5oo8^. 

Chfl'blain, n. ^ic8S<^dBpbooioDS^^aDS8Soo«S. 

Child, n. Sco^>8808; to be with child, 08^8800 


Child'.bear'iug, n. mSS^^^o^^.cx^^ze^SoDp. 
Child'bed, n. the being in labor, ooScx^sool. 
Child'birth, n. travail, labor, cnS(fi{5^p8. 
Child'hood,n.the state of a child, €88803^,08^ 
8 oD^ ; second childhood, dotage, c8i 3 

Child'ish, a. puerile, trifling, 91000386803^00 
088; pertaining to a child, boyish, O3poo8 
88ooSc8^8o3JS; suitable to a child, youth- 
ful, gl8888o3^. 

Chlld'ish-ness, n. o3Sc8io58o3{S ; simplicity, 
weakness of mind, O38c8io58o3j5o9038. 

Child'less, a. without children, 8c5iooq8|5. 

Child'-like, a. resembling a child, 8803^00088. 

"Chil'i-ad, n. a thousand, oorocS; a period of 
a thousand years, Od^^o3coc8. 

"Chil'i-arch, w, oj88oococ8oo8p. 

Chill, a. cool, chilly, \^fiS; shivering, g^8^, 

00^8, 6S. , V. t, to make cool, «i 8S 

c8i. , n. o3Se^85i,o3S8S,o3S65. 

Chil'li, n. cayenne peper, 8^0603^. 

ChUl'y, a. 8S8S,^^^^. See Chill, a. 

ChiU'i-ness, ChiU'ness, n. coolness, coS8S,o3S 
^^. See Chill, a. 

Chime, v. i. to sound in harmony, d8Scac6588? 
c85ooo38; to agree w ith, 03^c85,oo^c8588d, 

cj^88c8ioc85. ^v.t. to cause to sound 

in harmony as bells, q8cSpt>2c8SS89c8S0d 
038. , n. ooSd8|5oj88c8io<S5c85ooo3t. 

■Chi-mG'rat n. a vain, foolish fancy, ooSeSooS^ 

001 00 0OG8^8800058O0O35,O0SdBa38^@@. 

"Chi-mer'ic-al, a. fanciful. See Imaginaby, 
Chim'ney, n. 8i,Siooi«{Sojooo36^^d8^ioo<£i. 
Chim'ney-c6rn'er, n. oSo3yioooou. 
Chim'ney-sweep'er, n. yiooi 00 ^ 08^ cgS o^ (g^S 

i»e,i,6,6,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, list, f§ll, what; thSre, vgiliterm; pique; ddne, for, 

Digitized by 


CHO 79 


Chin, n. the point of the under jaw, ^jS, oop. 

Chi'na, n. the country, cBU^,oo^«cBS; china- 
ware, oj^^xoD^ajiooiooQKfedS^booirB^Sp. 

GbinV^dugh, n. odSo^soocoo^SodiOd^ioooiooio 
cBScgS^i. See HoopiNChCouaH. 

Chine, n. ob,8b8^. 

Gh^nese^ n. a native of Chinai yi&|S8; tlie 
Cliinese language, yiS^Sooo^S. , a. 

Chink, n. a gap or crack, a fissure, odSc^i,ooS 

o6n»«fOoSobtc8^,ooSc^^o8, , V. t. to 

make a short, sharp sound, o8^^@^ 

Chintz, n. calico, print,cac[8(»^*,oDioD83So$^eo. 

Chip, V. t. c%888«,6S85. , n. t^^ooS. 

Chi-rog'ra-pUy, n. handwriting, o^SojjSoo^ 

Chi-rol'o-gy, w. conversation by signs with 
hands and fingers, oo^n^jSoo^Qosoo^iOtSt 
oo^^i^^^qt^ ^8^031 yTooa^^a>f^oi^8S. 

Chi'ro-n[ian'9y, w. divination by the hand, ooS 
o2|Soo^8oioo|Sca88ta)^ogSf 081009^008^. 

Chirp, V. chirrup, as birds or crickets,68»^a« 

Chirp'ing, p. n. See Chibp, t?. t. 

^hi-rftr'ger-y, n. surgery, odSojJSooSoosooodojS 
oo^cosSsoD^Qia^jto^ioo^ool. See SuaeEBY. 

Chi^'el, n. 008(31* >, v. t. <giooioQ8^i. 

Chit-chat, n. familiar talk, B^cDcBsSoorSsoD^. 

Chit^ter-ling, n. oo^ooyScoioo9i€S|Sc^i* 

QhlVal-rous, a. bold gallant, 038^000^^, |b. 

^hiVal-ry, n. valor, bravery, ooh^gSo5ooQ08 

(£^8802^|C08|0D1 0O^q^8O0^O3lO0^l. 

Chlo'rine, n. (^\^) a heavy gas of a greenish 
color, o6(gas) a^Snoo^BOi8eooc^Scalb§8^i 
09^Soo^88«ia5oo^coioooa^b,ooi (& oojScSoo 
^0000001,00^ Go oS§\^5 yiogcSiCDiooQiol 
od^o58^o&ao8^88cx>iad<#i9iciB^ODc5iooi od 

Chock'-fql, a. See Choke-pull. 

Oioc'o4ate, n. .(a8« ^oojS) ooiod^ooox^oo^coi 
Go^bS(di886Soo^^88?xne2S (Si 001 o& co^ 001 

8B30^0)c^l00Ot0a^s88^0OODG8 OOol^OcSlOOl 


Choi9e, w. selection, ooSujcoi ; option, prefer- 
ence, ooSc^ofoooopoo38; the thing chosen, 
ooSo3^o^ooid8i.— — , a. worthy of being 
chosen, select, @i8oo|5«2coi ; valuable, 
§i80dyi,^i8ooioc88cS; excellent, 91,91 

"Choir (kwir), n. a band of singers, <^icoioo 


Choke, t;. t.—hy stoppage in the throat, to stifle, 
cB5ojSc8ic3oo5i;— by compression on the 
windpipe, to throttle, iSoo,<B6ogSooo5S; 
to obstruct, block up, O8o65oo5^,oo^5 
odScoBo^; to check, as growth, bc»ioo^. 
, V. i. to strangle, <BSc8iodo5S. 

Choke-damp, n. carbonic acid gas, found in 
wells &c. oDSoooDSooioo^gSoS^cSjSbcoi 

Ch6k6-full, a. chock-full, ^i(fl|B^io5. 

Chok'y, a. stifling, coioo«iodo65o<B5ooS. 

•Chol'er, n. the bile, odS,oo5o6; wrath, oo^cx)«S^. 

"ChoKer-a, n. ooSocflcg^8,ooScolg. 

-Chorer-ic, a. irascible, testy, od8<j^,od8c8^3. 

Choose, V. t. to select, prefer, txjcoiooS,^ooiooS. 
,t;. t. to make a selection, o^coib. 

Chop, v.t. 0^5,65,0^; to cut into pieces, mince, 

o5j8c565a>ojSaoo£5,6t>Sg. , v. t, to chop 

about, to veer or shift suddenly, as the 

wind, oj80oo8Sooc:^«8. , n. a slice, or 

small piece, of meat, ooSgj5oDODo^8,ooS65 
001,001 O2)00i* 

Chop'-falkn, a. dispirited. See Chapfallen. 

Chop'-house, n. 06^001 yioo1 chops. 

Chop'ping, a. stout, plump, chubby, 800S09S 
oo^c8^c8^; changing or shifting sudden- 
ly; as, a chopping sea, c6S^8(2<j§<B58x, 

Chops, See Chop, last def. 

Cho'ral, a. oo{S«o888 choir od86^ooS. See Choie. 

-Chdrd, n. the string of a musical instrument, 
00^^8100^8100^1; Mu6. the harmony of 
musical tones, o9So38S^d9^dBSdoioDioioo 
d^dSc^^SscBSodODs; a chord of an arc, (^^ 
(Uno)a>c8ooi ooc6i§oo^c%io;^5ooc68^ • 

do,w9lf ; furl^riide, pqsh; e.i,0. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g* as j; g as in get; a as z;x, asgz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 



Chore, n. a small job, char, ooSino&sojoooi. 
■Gbor'is-ter, n. one of a choir, yiooioooo«o^w^5 

(x>So5i choir ooogi; one who leads a choir, 

(^looioooDtS^o^i choir. 
•Gho-rog'ra-phy, n. oDSoj^^ooWiooioooD^ejosSt 

•Cho'rus, n. a company of singers singing in 

concert, yiootojStxjSooSooij; the part of a 

song in which all the singers join, o55 

Cho'ta-haz'i-ri, n. Bind, a little breakfast, ooS 

Choul'try, n. Hind, an inn, yioo§iooo5^. 
Chow'der, n, oo^cS^oooDojS^^rntxjScBpSsgjSSs 

Chow'ry, n.Hind.s^ jBy-brush, ^^S^ngSoo^ojool. 
Christ, w. The Anointed, The Messiah, s)^5, 

Chrisf en, vJ. a^WoiStt^s^SoD^cSiODia^Sooc^^ 


-Chris'ten-ddm, n. o68fBS8ooo^oaioooD)Q^S. 
-Ghris'tian, n. a believer in Christ, c^icrOQ^SoD 

01,910^88. , a.oopoosSso^SooojSooQoS. 

-Chris'tian'i-ty, n. odSo^^oo^odIo^c^WcoS 6o^5 

"Chris'tian-ize, v. t. to make Christian, q^sgSyi 

•Christ'mas, n. ooS«i^oo^^aDc^oD^{5ooc^oDia)^ 

■ehrist'mas-day, n. oS^jS^icoiyiwi^Gab^^Ssoo^ 
ooioe^oDi^ J 3 38. See Ohbistmas. 

•ehron'ic, -ehron'ic-al, a. doioodS^oSS; — dis- 
eases, oo^8o)coioog8^odioc8io5S. 

•ehron'i-cle, v. t. to record, register, c^^^oo^ 

tfiOdODSoodoo^cxDiofiS^i. ,w. a history, 

a record, cSSc^s^^ooHooocoolooSiSicoSiS 
ooobboooSs. See Annals. 

£!hron'i-cler, n. an annalist, an historian, ij\ 

•Chro-nol'o-ger, -Chro-nol'o-gist, n. yTooioo|i 

oiS^Soi^oo9Sooo3ioo^cog8i Chronology. 
'Chron'o-log'ic-al, a. ooSx{5«i8» chronology. 
-Chro-nol'o-gy, n. (§ifjoo*i)a>Sc^^^ 00^^00 

80 CHU 

Col00lO3^»l000DSOd100c8^ f X, CO ^S 00 00) ODl 

•Chro-nom'e-ter, n. (@i^P«a>TS) a time-keep- 
er, f^^^QOioocSooooi^oocoo^S. 

"Ghron'o-met'ric, €hr6n'o-met'rie-al, a. oAa^^ 
tosSa chronometer. 

£Ihry8'a-li(],a.c8ioS8« chrysali&.See Chbysalis^ 

-ehrys'a-lm, w. (g5©o55) <x)^8coS68aoDoi, 0S8S81 

flhrys'o-lite, «. Min. ooSflScBocfl. 

€hub'bed,'Chub'by, a. plump, short and thick^ 

Chuck, V. i. to cluck, cSSSy^iggooS, cSS^yScBt 
008. , V. t. to give a gentle blow un- 
der the chin, §^oo8o3 8,bo3(So3(d; to 
throw with a jerk, (t^yar.)ooSc8i,cgSc8i. 

Chuck'le, v.i. to laugh in contempt, ^'^fOj^^yf^ 
cDpb- , n. See Chuckle, v.i. 

ChufF, Chuffy, a. surly, angry, 008dB^,038cSV, 
swelled out asthecheek9,^SdB^o^,^o8^ 

Chum, n. cdcB8oooi,c^igB^o:2Scx>io'Hoo(|||iSc8. 

Chump, n. a chunk, C9^oj8oo5,oj{5oj^8c^» 

Chii'nam, n. cg^,oSoooo^*. 

Chunk, n. ooSooo5j80oS,ooSoooj^8c55oj8co5. 

ChArch,w. ahouse for public, Christian wor- 
ship, oo^Sorflcgi; a society of Christians, 
o^Soooo^cS^ ^ 8 o3 o3 ^1 ; the collective 
body of Christians, yioolo^^ooiS. 

ChArch'-mem'ber, n. co^fl8^§^. 

ChCd:ch'-ward^cn, n. (^xcomotco^^xooSco^toz^t 

ChArch'-yard, n. a cemetery belonging to a 
church, ooSog^8Sooc^ioopoD8880D^Sa>)ogi. 
Chftrl, n. a rude person, a niggard, oD85S,o&tt8, 
ChArl'ish, a. disobliging, rude, surly, nig- 
gardly, Ql09B§yi0386So>8c8<X)^OOo88. 

ChftrFish-ness, n. See Chublish. 

-Chdrn, t^. f.— with a chum-sta£f, €b8§8oo^2^o3 
So88oo<fec8^c8cD8;— by shaking cream in 

a bottle, ^8820d^^^o5o3ioG8^i. , n. 

•^coooo^ScDi od ^xchS^Scozcoi op^i. 

a,e,i,6.u,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cAre, far, last,f§ll, wh^t; thfere, vfiil, tSrm; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

Digitized by 


cm 81 

fjhyle, n. {^oo\)f »^©f 06. 

flhyiDe» n* (^<»c)f oo|5djS. 

^cVtriye, ^ic'a-trix, pL (^ic'a-trf 9e§u Lai. n* 

a 0car, oo^^^ixS^ 0^ ojioDdBS, 00 f cj^i'*', oot 

^ic'a-trae, 9. <• to heal and form a scar, scar^ 

(r/der» ^djBT, n* a drink mad^ from the juice 
of apples, oSsoSsofi^o^^ipa^Sio^i 03^000103 

fhgar', n. 85. 

^mVter, ScimVter, n* 9rBt. 

piQct'iire, n. a belt, a girdle, a girtfa, dSloDcSt, 
dB^dddBi^; anything that binds round 
or incloses, an indosure, ^oSoo^. 

^'der, n* o^a3c6^,o^oo8,o^82o^* 

(7in'ga*lese, a. pertaing to Ceylon, oo^iotSscS^ 
Q&^d8jS; anativeofOeylon, yio^^cS^S. 

^'na-bar, %• m^coo^^* Qhco^cof^tagj^coooS 
oDCOof S. See Vebmiliok. 

pin'na-mon, n. aj^iO^imdSyoSiooS'''* 

(S'on, n« the shoot of a plant, a scion, ceSt, o 
^|S,oo^^; a shoot engrafted on another 
taree, a graft, ooo^eScSpooio^^otoocdi. 

pi'pher, n. the figure c8t bodies; a con- 
cealed manner of writing, oo^c^£0j^03 
coo^ , v.i. 6SooSg803tei^ft^. 

(/Ir'ele, n. the ontUne of a round superficies, 
a circumference, a ring, O3^oo6i,o9^<)^i*, a 
company assembled round some person 
or ob^ct, yicoi9od3^otooJ[too^,ii8^otoo8S 
coS ; persons who are occasionally con- 
nected, yi^§^^c88»o»«03a>^i*— — ^ v.i. 

to move circularly, cbiod^. , t^ t. 

to go round, revolve rotmd, obiooJ^sooS; 
to encompass, surround, 8i,8icpS. 

pVoait,n. a moving round, oAcbusoi^S] the 
path passed in moving round, oo^obioo^t 
oo^»o^; the space inclose^ in said path, 
o9^oMi^ootooiceoo^<D^o6ioo^tGSi; the cir- 
cuit of the horiEon, ^S^ooogi ^t ; a reg* 
ular journeying fr^m place to place, <^t 


, t;« f • c6i<»^to9^,cbi9i8ioo^. 

^!ir-cu'i-tofis,«. going rotind in a circuit, cbioo 
c%i,cbfiooo3iioo€3gS; serpentine, indirect, 
opp coij^efjpooe^t, op^ ^ #8 ;— in speech, 
circumlocutory, oodBioo^t^oocBi^iSi. 

^ir^cu-lar, a. round, in the form of a circle, o^ 

ooQo^,o36ic^i.- ,n. circular letter, or 

paper, oftSocp,o5So39;pcDiooo6si80^|S^o3^ 
m9^^ioo^oa^x,oo^i03^ao^i^0doop cot 81 
(^1001 oo@i tc^^^b. 

^Tr'cu-late, vJ. to move round, cbioo^sooS ; to 
pass from place to place, 061918103^03^1 

oo^^i,a>^ia){So3^, , v.i. to spread, 

as news, ^to^dSpo^GSiOQiSo^ioei^* 

Qir'cu-la'tion, n- the act of moving in a circle; 
as, the circulatibon of the Mood, oeg^t 
dB^oCioo38^8ic6i03J^d^^ai^, Sn^opi 
coiOojid^ooDt^oo^^^cdscdicoio^^ 09 n^03 
09j|i^« See Oxboulate, v. i. 

^Tr'cum, prep, in compositionf o8ot^803&8. 

^Tr'cum-am'bi-Snt, a. surrounding, encom- 


9rr'cum-9ise, v J. 028@803^. 

9rr'cum-9is'ion, n. a Jewish rite, 03^0^103^1. 

^Tr-cum'fer^nje, n. oo<t)8i, 00038103^8. See 


Qlr'cum-flex, n. circumflex accent, a dbarac- 
ter placed over a vowel, denoting a rise 
&nd fall of the voice on ^e same, thus A 
03^opiooi»i(j})t8^oooo2^oocB|Sooc8icoio3^ 03 

^ir-cum'flu-ent, 9i^-<>fini'flu-ous, a. flowing 
round, ogio3J[too^o808. 

^Vcum-fuge', v.i. to pour round, spread 
round, 0^0803^8,020103^8. 

^Ir'cuqa-gyrate, v. t. (rare.) cbio3^8oo6803^. 

^Ir'cum-^^-ra'tion, #8.00^66100^8036803^. 

^Tr^cum-ja'9ent, a. (fi^0803^8Docoii08Q8. 

^f r'cum-lo-cd'tion, n. o3So3c8io3^803^8ooS,03^03 
cBi9t8ioa^. See Febiphhase. 

^tr'cum-lSc'a-tor-y, a. oo^80888circumlocution. 

9 Vcum-nav'i-glte, t?. ^ to sail round, c6io3^8 


do,w9lf;fDrl,ri}dey p^sh; e.i.0. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh| g as j; g as in get; g asz; sas gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 



^ir'cum-scribe', t;. t. to inclose withia limits, 
confine, o^^oD^ttDSo3^ooooiosos; to make 
narrow, abridge, moS^io^i. 

^fr'cum-spect, a. cautious, watchful» vigilant, 
careful, GB^to9^c8SoS,GS^8toD^o5i^^^oD 
c8i,q8^soo^oo<^c8io6^ • 

^ij/cum^spec'tion, tC caution, jirudence, 
thoughtfulness. See Oiboumsfeg^. 

^Ir'cum-stan^e, n. an incident, event, ooS,coS 
Qiodoot; the condition of things attend- 
ing an event, 0^^9^05031. See Evbistt, 

ptr'cumBtan'tial, a. consisting in, or pertain- 
ing to, circumstances, ODpQOt8ioo^iP9^oo 
6giSoSi6|iiOD^f0Ds8t oA 91 od 001 § o&i S ^1 ; 
detailing circumstances, minute, parti- 
cular, ooioooS<g)c8^oo9Soo63iCDi 0000^008 


^ycum-val-l&'tion, n. Mil. the surrounding 
with a wall, <»x9^8^, o^x^Siceg^Sxi c8S8i 

^ir'cum-venf , v. t. to dejudoi deceive, thwart, 

S^iodi oo^c8f^^c6t^^ood8. 
Qir'cum-ven'tion, n. fraud. See OieoumvBnt. 
pir'cum-vo-lu'tion, n. See Ciboumvolve. 
pir'cum-volve', t;, i. to revolve, ooi^t hoods. 
, t;.^. to cause to revolve, og^oo^t, 

^ir'cus, n. odSoocS^ooSic^icoioiS^^ioo^i. 
^tern, n. a reservoir, o6o9ii8iM8^fo5o3^. 
Qit^a-del, n. a castle or fortress, 0018819^, cBS 

^i-ta'tion, n. a summons, cJSoSfcBsooS; a pas- 
sage quoted^ o55o3^ooc8xa>l(PoS<g1e8^oo1 

9it9t t!). ^. to «umroon, cBsbopioS^ 00 ooo^ cSi 00 
oocB,c8tbooio8f 00C5S ; to quote, si8^p<jf) 


Qif i-zen, n. a freeman of a city, entitled to its 
franchises, .yi^89^8,<^xc&8cS^,c88^^8. 

QIt'>2en-ship, n. the condition of a citizen, ooS 

^it^ron, n. ooogoof ,§800^*. 

82 CLA 

Cit'y, n. a large town, 9^,05 £oooS, 

^fv'et, n. oSfi^coiooQx^^booio^^fio^i. 

Qiv'etKjat, n* ooH^h^x. 

0iVic, a. relating to a city, oo|Sc08889^oDf sodc^^. 

^iv'il, a. pertaining to the community, 0DStO8 
88o68cB^8; pertaining to the government, 
co^Q0888o5o8^c8^o8^ft^^^oio3^ ; courte- 
ous, complaisant, polite, ooiooqxqSooi 

^i-v3'i-ty, n. complaisance, politeness, 09^08 

OoS«l€6^8802pOao0803p,OoSc8j5fi8c8<U8, OoSoi 

oooSooooioDi ytOX098H . 

Qiv'il-i*za'tion, n. the being civilized, refine- 
ment, culture, o3^om2^oooo^gB|5cdiod^o8^ 

^Vil-ize, V. t. to raise from a savage state, 
educate, refine, q89ie8|So}xcSicoio9*io2^ 
oc>^o809So&iS|i, m^dipoAo^^^SoiSco 

QiVil-ized, a. refined. See Civilize, v. t 

£llack, v, i. to make a short, sharp sound, clink, 
dB^o8|ScS8cB8oD8038; to let the tongue run, 
oocoSoo^coioa^oDcSio^ooloodbS . 

fHaim, V. t. to call for, 9^00^0303188068^^^,09 
c8i(2Sc86o3^,^6c8SooS ; to demand as a 

right, S8ooi909^oj1oo^. ^ n. that to 

which one has right, oibooc8^; a right to 
' daim, a title to, oibo»c8^^,oSoooo^^ib« 

£!laim'ant, n* adaimer, ^looioocSpSs claim, 91 

£!lftir-voy'an9e, n. o3fc6forfd8dBc8ic8iSo&oSoDS 

-61am, li. oono|So^,^ao80^gl. 

flam'ber, v.i. c8^o3^»ot»»a28,c8^oo^o8a28o8028. 

€rlam'mirness, n. See Clammy. 

£!lam'my, a. sticky, ^028^ooB,a9oixooc8|5a3Q58; 

as, cold, clammy perspiratic^, g^oDoii. 
fSiam'or, v. i. to vociferate, d8j5c8^ obdB^, d8^ 

cSpc^So^oDiooi, d8^G8^o2Se2^oo^ooS. 

' ' , n. a noise, a din. Sea Glamorous. 

'61am'or-ouB,a. noisy,«coiood8^dB^o^Sc^6Qaio3i. 

damp, n. |^o6S> , v. t. o56io8oo^88^^of5S; 

, V. t\ to tread heavily, cd^99^i«Di. 

^e,i,o,u,y,long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; cftre^ far, liat»f§ll, wh^t; thSre, veil, t£rm; pique; done, f6r. 

Digitized by 


CLA 83 

fJlan, H» a tribe, yioooDOj5o^,yioo^pop. 

•Clan-des'tine, a. secret, hidden , sly, oooj|8ooajj|^; 
courtship, i^^odo^ij^^oocxji^ooS. 

£lHDg, V. L to strike together with a sharp 
metallic sound, clank, ^^@|S@^fOo|Soo^ 
Soo«oj^o3|5Bc8Soocx)td8p(»o88. — ^, n. ooS 

fJWgor,!}. ooSc3|S5oi6^dS^e8^(xntxna2^s2^ood98. 

dank, V. i. to clang, ^^g8^§ yi cot c^i 8 ^i ooS 
38^00088. , n. o:>Sc8pc8j5S(j)ioo8n)J|i8^i 
ooScS^c»o8t. , V. t. See Clank, v. i. 

dans'man, n- yioo^^S. See Clan. 

flap, t\ t. to slap i;eith the hand, boo^ 001 ^ ^ 
oot; to btrike with something flat, oiooi 
coSoDO!jj^,coxooioaS<r>o^j5; to apply hastily, 
o:2|8c8iooc8«8;— hands by way of applause, 

b^. , n. a slap,oo^boo^coifg1ao8; the 

loud noise made by sudden collision, odS 
o5poo^8c8SoooD8c8j5;—of thunder, c8dBp; 
a venereal infection, o3^a5)«i5ab. 

•Clap'board, w. ojpo>^coio5poooioo8S,oooojioo 
8o2%^Qoboo8. 9^*^- <2|tS88c8So^^od^oo 

€ltp'per, n. 8c8oo{5,oic^oo^,|^c8^cQpoooo^. 

'Qar'et, n. ©o8o6ooooc^6. 

"Clir'i-fy , v. t. to make clear, purify, yia^,yioo^, 

dar'i-on, n. a kind of trumpet^ ^, c^iooooogS. 

flash, v.i. to strike together with a noise, od^ 
8oD|5co8c8Sooa>8c8|S; to interfere with, dis- 
agree, dSolcBSoooDt. 

flaBpi V. ^. to fasten with aclasp,o28?x>S,o(2|8QoS 
8tf ^cxjs; to twine around, entwine, 00800 
^•; to close and hold in the hand, grasp, 

ftSooi^,§icoi^; to embrace, 8^a>S.- , 

n. f pajjt; a close embrace, ooS8^co5. 

£IlaiBp'^r,w. a tendril, ooS^SooSc8«»^o58,oood^i. 

Class, n. persons of the same rank, yiooiopcoi 
ooSio6o88o8fc8Soaoa8; students pursuing 
the same studies together, yiQicSo^oo^ 
O36i€6oof ; things of the same denomina- 
tion, oo^oDiooooc^SSoSsoSscBSoooDsoDt^. 
, v.t, to classify, ^lesoo^oDo^Sooooi. 

fJas^sic, n. ©SoSSoj^poDfojpojooiyifi^boDi^ico 

o j58«c/io8^d8c8ooSooo^^ j^ «t c8 b oji i 00 

'Clas'sic, -Clas'sic-al, a. oo^ejosSs classic. 

•eias'si-fy, v. t. See Class, v. t. 

•Clat'ter, v. t. to make a rattling sound, oo5,od 

ooSdSjS; to rattle with the tongue, oocSxod 

coSdB^ooS.-— — , Yi. aDScx>ooSc8j5ooS, 
"Clause, n. a membor of a sentence, odSoocSicx) 

06^ 00 9 ; a distinct article in a contract 

or other writing, ooSc^8ooo6j5,ooSc^8ooojS, 
•ClaVi-cle, n. Anat. the collar-bone, d88»5oDd8. 
-Claw, M. the nail of the foot of a beast or bird, 

«D^8r«5i8dB{58o558ooto^8^op , v. t. 

•Clay, n. ooo5,tS^8^oQ65QQo6 ; soft clay, odoSoo 

^; stiff clay, odoSSoo^^od^^, 
"Clay'ey, a. like clay, c8io6ooo5; mixed with 

clay, t«^8pcrf)t>jS880D6S- 
€lean, a. pure, 8,8^, oos§,oooopooioo^d5oo^. 

yV. t. to cleanse, purify, gi8QTaJ,«i 

00^. , arft?. ioDi5ioo,o8ooo68,8oDgj8, 

fJlean'li-ness, -Clean'ness, n. purity, o3^8,ooS8 

001 96,001 00^* 

Clean'ly, a. & adv. 8, 88, co^co^. 

"Cleanse, v, t. to purify, gi8«iaJ,«ioo^ooS. 

•Clear, a. pure, as water, si^,oo^,ootx:noj588ooS 
oi|oooi; bright, as a clear sky, ^Spoocboo 
c6; plain, manifest, perspicuous, (jjIod^co 
^,(gldBoDc8i,(jjloD0jSojS; open, unobstruct- 
ed, oaSQ«iod5oo5oDSoo(]8p,oDS^8o^oDcB^; 
innocent, ooooSao^8ooSoD9|5oDd3^oo^; out 
of difficulty, ^i(^88ooSrf3ooSb, ^1(^88800^00^85 
ooc^S;— as sound, ooooojSaJjDocoojSoo^oo 

c8, ^adv. 88,3^85, ojioDopi. , V. i. 

to become fair, oo^dSjSopi. — Clear up, aa 
the sky, oo^od5§c8jSooi;— in the ihor ning, 
^SobScSi; — in the evening, cBScSisjloi)^ 
1 V. t. to free from obstruction or in- 
cumbrance, «idBc8^, «x§dB^ ; to disen- 
tangle, wi^cS^opiooSoooS^aj^iooiooS ; to^ 
acquit, justify, &^^^^i^88oo^ooq^; ta 
make gain or profit, net, ^^ooSoildB^;— aa 

du,W9lf; farl,ri}de, pysh; eA.o. silent; 9 ass; ^h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 3 as z;x asgz; q as in linger. 

Digitized by 



a plat of ground, c)J)iS,c)5)^,b5ifi; — a ship, 

o9^o55ooc8cbiooSoo^g; — away, o^^ngSy ojt 

Clear'ness, n. distinctness, perspicuity, ooScA 

coacsoot|OO^c8io6^c8i6bi; discerntnenti o^^ 

<jj)od88,coS^SoiS9i5i. See Cleab. 
"Clear'-sight'ed, a. seeing clearly, ^Ss^^^oot; 

discerning, oj^oD^c^osaoSoop. 
•Cleat, n. ooSocBS»6. , v. t. oSStoS^fgio 

•Cljave, f.i. to adhere, stick, hold fast, ^toS,^ 

ojiy^o^seoStOjj^^so^ oot ; to part, crack, o* 

pen, c^8c8^ojf o8,c^n>«. , v. t. to split, 

rive, divide, qio^^os^cBo^^os. 
•eiSaVer, n. fib5,tib5«Soj. 
-Oeft, n. a crack, a crevice, a fissure, ooobifOO 

'€lem'en-9y, n. compassion, mercy, O9^o2^f[i 

008f[x,o9^02^o3^i008OD^i; leuieucy, ten- 

derness, oo^Soo8f^i,ao^aotG8^. 
-Clem'ent, a. gentle, merciful, oj^f^xodgf^i^ooioo 

o3803^ioo^^.ooioog8|SS8 clemeucy. 
'€Il?r'gy, n ooc|^i^66ic56c8iooSoo8^aD8^oooDc^i. 
■Cler'gy-man, n. oDCj^oDioogScoi clergy c»^i. 
■Oer'ic-al, a. 00^00888 clergy; ao{5oo888 clerk. 
•Clerk, n. a writer, a scribe, yic^8o5S8,»^; Etig. 

a reader of responses, (/iooioo<#i«itooo9 


-derk'ship, n. o3^9iooioec8ioo|Syic^o5S8« 
•dev^er, a. dextrous, talented, expert, adroit, 


•Qev'er-ness, n. ingenuity. See Cleveb. 

£!lew, €lue, n. a ball of thread, o^^f ^; a thread, 
used to guide one in a labyrinth, o^jS^c^^ 
coioooD$^8^ci^8io9 ^181008^ ; that which 
guides or directs one in anything doubt- 
ful, a lead, oo^^^({pG8^oo^oo9^ooc^i&8ji 

^1001O3^0Sl00^^^00^1. , V, t. to 

gather up, 0^8031 ^c8^oo^coi<2|i,<^oo^^e8^ 


•Clicks v.i. to tick, dBfo6io6i,d8p^8^t. , «• 

See V. i. . 

•dl'ent, fi. ^ioDi^8^8ooc8i)^^^too^coioo8Hoooi. 

84 CLO 

•Cliff, 'Clift, n* ooiSc8ioooic8iaj,ojoooic8i». 
Oli-mac'ter-ic, n* and a. oo5^i<Myioo^ooao8ooi 
odooi; grand climacteric, oo^jS^jSG^^S. 
•Clim'ac-ter'ic-al, a. oo^ix:8&clin)acteric, n, 
■Cli'mate, w. (c^oS) o3S^io803^c8{5oDSd3ooc8SoD^ 

0088800^ 8^,00^fB^,a>S £l,00^d3l0»€01. 

•Cli'max, n- (c^«5)oDSc8fbooogSoo{So3og^,oDogS 


•Climb, V. t. to ascend, mounts c6^,c8^8i8^, 
e8^8O28»028,c8^88O3C2t;— with agility, od 

•Clime, n. See Climate. 

•Clinch,!;. ^.— the fi8t,o9iiq^|S,o3ii^^f ; — with the 
hand, to grasp, §iix>S,§i83oSooifo^io^ii, 

ijg^ooSo:2n'^^^'^^^^^'''^^'i^i — as iron, 
8oo^||8, cB^oo^^ ; to confirm^ «Liajjiio^n. 

"Oinch'er, n. oo803ci5,ooS<»ia2|iioo^. 

•Clingy V. t. to stick, adhere, 66,^o2t,oo8*; to 
hang on, hang to, oSooS,]2|^oS|8^«oS; to 
hold fast, o&sooSo^iiajjii. 

•Clin'ic,€lin'ic-al, a. bed-ridden, yiooojooc^^ 
ooiooo08c6^oocS^oD(^oo^; bed-side, €0ic8^ 

•Clink, r.t. to ring, d8^@@@{5@^ ttt. 

oD^ooooo{^d8^g@g^|5. See Click. 

•Clip, vJ. o3S^ooWo9^oe$,o5SobSooSoov88^. 

-Clip'ping, n. a cutting, ooSc88f1oDioQoo^o5S(bS 
00038; the cutting ofi^ ooSo55o6Sooc88(). 

•Clique, n. yiooioooDi^c8^ooSd8iiBofooSoooocji. 

•Cloak; -Cloke, n. an outer garment, o^c^s^ 
8^,89coi<»88|S; a disguise, pretest, od^oS| 
02$, oo^Qio58Qiooi,oo^oo5|SoG6^oo^SoSiSgi, 

micSod^^iod^agoSvoflt. , v,t. to cover 

with a cloak, 0010310^09800109031088^ ; to 
conceal, hide, oSooiosSooiooSdSoo^i. 

•Clock, n. ^{S^^ooooo^S. 

€l6d, n. (S^cd^cB^yob^^^S^. 

•C15d'pate, -Clod'poll, n. a blockhead, a stupid 
fellow, yiQOiOdoo^^oo^ooio3<]8^oooW^. 

•Clog, V. t. to stick to and impede, hamper, ob- 
struct, yio6Soo6oo^,@G^So>8o3^8o5S«oS 
a>*i. , n. an impediment to motion, 

' A,e,if0.u,y^long; a9e,],d,u,y, short; cfire. far. l&st, f|ll, w hft; th^re, v§il, t^rm; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

Digitized by 



ooSo55oo5ooS, ooS@ooS ooSqi^i qo^ 0^1 ; a 
wooden shoe, 8^o«ojj5ooooo^. 
fSois'ter, n. a monastery or nunnery, c§ ; an 
arcade or colonnade, c^^S^,c^^Soooo^oo8 

flois'ter^d, a. (B^h^$b^ cloister oo^i. 

iSose, V. t. to stop up, oAi«x>S,oSicaS» otooS ; to 
shut, oo8odS,68ooS,68ooS; to conclude, 
finish^ «iob5ooS,«i6ioDS,o^5c8iooSoo^©i. 
— Close with, to accede to, agree to, 0386 
088, cx>8c8i o c8S, o^{S c8i 0© 038 ; to grapple 
with, 88cx)5Sc85oooD8. , n. a comple- 
tion, a fini8h,a termination, an end ooS 
oi&ioft, ooSoDi dB^ ^1 g8jSo5,oocx>odi^. 

flose, a. stopped up, c6S ; confined, as air, od 
6o5S; well joined, oSScoS; tight, ^&t; nar- 
row, (»{S ; dense, ooib,c8pb: secret, con- 
cealed, cS^f^; near together, gS^o^scSS 
00008; stingy, oS,c8; earnest, intent, od^ 


^ose'-f isf ed, -tlose'-hiind'ed, a. niggardly, pe- 
nurious, o3t65,o38<8,c88o6c88cB,c8<^Sc8r8. 

fSWness, n. as, closeness of the atmosphere, 
odScBSooo. See Close, a. 

'Q5s'et, n. a sii.all, private room, oi8odoiooc8V, 
a small stoie-room, oisoSaD^cS^od^cSoo 


Cl6§'ure, n. a shutting, a>^o8o55,o3S5J5 o55 cop 
o55; that which incloses, od^ 00^^0009^. 

f36t, v.t. to concrete, coagulate, cStododi. 
, n. ooSc8i03coiooo8Sc8S. 

€l6th,n. o3^n&8a2^80DS,oo^cS8a2^o&8gS. 

€l6the, V. t. to put on garments, dress, 02088 
05^; to furnish with garments, 00^00^ o£ 
03S088; q80£q8o88ooS ; to clothe or invest 
with authority, 09 |S 0^8000381. 

fSothes, covering dress, 03^05^03^088. 

floth'ier, n. yianoo«i<^c8pooSo58a2^c6io35o30i. 

fJ5th'ing,n. raiment, clothes, 03^0203^088. 

flood, n. — in the sky, ooWi;— in the eye, ^S 
cOoos;— in a painting, r^jSeooo^ooS; a 
large collection, o3^S^. See ^\. oj: o; 

85 CLU 

a state of obscurity, 03^001 oddS^c&sdS^ 
03i,o3So3jjo3tfl; a mass or volume, of 
smoke, o^^o^^^^cS^; — of incense, 00^ 

a^^^S^S^. See o3s, o: •o. , v. t. to 

overspread with a cloud, ooi^cB^o©i^c8i; 
becloud, obscure, Qic8io3q,tfi98o8x ; to 
variegate in painting, Qin&^oon&^coS. 

floud'i-ness, n. See Cloudy. 

"Cloud'y, a. overcast with clouds, a5i^dBp,ooip 
0^8,08021)8031; gloomy, o^803ocg^5; obscure, 

0010303^00 w* 

"Clout, n . a patch , O3^oo8orjj8; a cloth for any mean 
use, a disaper, Go^o58gSooioc28cgSo^cgS 

00S03|S00l00^dB,O3So58JjJ, , V. t. 0080^8. 

-Clove, n. ojg8. 

•Qo'vcn, p.p. of cleave, divided, O3*io6io8d8. 

■ei6'ven-foot'ed,£!l6'ven.hoofed, a. 8f oj^o8o8. 

•Clo'ver, n. f ^81018103030^$. 

-Clown, n. a buffoon, a man of coarse man- 
ners, a boor, yiy^ooSo:gl8,yi8c8,(^iooo^^oo 
ooSo3c5oooDia3|S. See Buffoon. 

■Clown'ish, a. ill-bred, awkward, O3^ooc2^ad 
ooSooo3{^o08c8io5S clown o»o88. 

"Clown'ish-ness, n. boorishness, incivility, ooS 
o^SSoocS. See Clownish. 

■Cloy, V. t. to glut, surfeit, ^ioj6cB,^ic8^io5. 

-Cliib, n. a cudgel, f^o2<i^^<^^; &n association 
for some purpose, a society, yicj^cBSQi 

»2So3^o3ooc^i. , v. t. to associate, ^ 

c8Sqio2So3^. , t?, <.to contribute to a 

common expense, oS^^oo^ 03^,^^803^03^. 

"Cluck, v.i. «88S€8}588oo8<B8d8pa3S. — \v.t. 

•Clue, n. See Clew. 

•Cliimp, n. a block of wood, o^^ojsooS; a clus- 
ter of trees, a;^o3^^,c^o3C|i. 

-CAum'si-ness, n. awkwardness. See Clumsy. 

-Clum'sy, a. awkward, unhandy, ooiooQiOdo3i 

QDlttl&SiS, ttl0d038a2|10f^X,QlO3^O300O3 

a>^,f 03C98^o3t^ ; ba(Uy constructed, ill- 
made, O3c8l06^c8t€b8,00^O3f ^. 

'CAus^ter, n. a bunch of fruit, 00 ^^ ; a clump 
of trees, o^po303^^,o}^ooo3^i: a collection 

dgy WQlf ;£udrl|r]|de, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; fh as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; ^ as gs; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 



of things, oD^oooD^i , v. i. c8f §^,c8^ 

fJlutch, V. t. to close the hand tightly, 8^0 ^^,§i 
6^^; to seize or grasp withthehand, §iooS 

8«^,8p?x>S88^. , n. a gripe, a grasp. 

See Clutch, t;. t. 

dut'ter, n. things lying in confusion, a hud- 
dle, 03^q8^Q^^»^S, 09^^Pjj|tJj|s})s})8, cB^CO 

S^ioD^i; noise, bustle, disorder, co^^cSpoiS 

e|Soo5ooS. , V. t. to disorder, huddle, 

o5ooSjj|ejj|«^8)j «,oSgSg1^ ,oS ooSoDij^ioo^B. 

fjlj^s'ter, n. an injection, oDoSjSogSjODc^^^tS. 

■dys'ter-pipe, n. fcobi,c^cSoDio^85oo8^. 

f/oach, n. o(^oooD^oo8^880Qt)5oocoio30Dc^S. 

fJo-ad'ju-tant, a. ooi9od8ftiiQiftiic8Sooo3i. , 

w. yi«)ieiio3^. See Coadjutob. 

•C6'ad-ju'tor,n. an assistant, a colleague, yiooi 


'Co-ag'u-late, v. t. to curdle, cSiooa>i. , vJ. 

to cause to curdle, Qic8ioDODiaoS. 
•Co-ag'u-lum, n. a coagulated mass, ooScSiodcoi. 
•Coal, w* — of fire, ojS od 08 ; charcoal o^p co8[; 

fossil coal, stone coal, ooiS:^^co8. 
•Coal'-er-y, n. cx>Sooc8S^oo^j5|ScoiSo^^oo8. 
Coal'-mine, •CoaF-pit, n. ooiSo^{Sco8oo^t, 
"C6'a-leS9e' (ko'a-less'), v. grow together, 

as separate parts or bodies, into one body 

or mass, unite, cd^c85ooc»8, c8io cSS 

c8Sod OD8,QlOOOD8So9^00QlcBoOoS8. 

•C6'a-les'9en5e, n. union. See Coalesce. 
•Co'a-li'tion, n. combination, ooSoo^c8S,aDSc8i 
ocBS ; a union of parties, an alliance, yi 


•Coarse, a. thick, rough, as thread, 8p,c8l;— 
in texture or grain, oooosj^od^, 00 g^ 
op)*; gross, rude, as in language or man- 
ners, OOg8^88O0Sg28(S^00^,O0(£^88OoS^S898 
00^,000^^ 3oqd^ooq5oo QDIOO^. 

f/oarse'ness, n. inelegance. See Coabse. 

f/oast, n. the sea-shore, S^ob^f^i ; the border 
or frontier of a country, c8Sfloi,cBSooii, 

cflSoo^x. Ohs, , V. t. to sail near the 

shore, cbioo^iS^cb^^i. 

86 COC 

£!6at, n. an outer garment, c8o&; the wool,hair,. 
or fur of a beast, oojSScB^SooajIS; a cover, 
a layer, ooS jc8xo3ooi,oD^8ic8iopcoi;— of 
arms, oo^Sxooo^^coioo^^cglcS^odoo^^QQ^S 

000381. , v. t. to cover, as with an 

amalgam or paint, jjcd^oocSx, bcSioo^od^ 
c8x; to overlay with plating 8ioo^ooc8i. 

■Coat'ing, n. a covering as of paint &c. odScoh 
o j[[oa^ooc8i,oo^coxobc8xo9^ooc8x; clothfor 
coats, oo^no8^SoDiG6o$oo8^. 

•Coax, t;. t. to wheedle, persuade, flatter, ooq8, 


■Cob, n. o^dOdojx. 

•Cob'ble, V. t. to do coarsely, botch, «iodW 


-CoVbler, n. 91001 oog§Sc§ojx8^o8c6So5i. 

"Cob'web, n. 098x01, odSxo^i* 

f»c'9yx, n. Anat. h\?i^\h^hai%. 

■Coch'i-neal, n. an insect used in dying red, odS 

flock, n. the male of the hen, c8o) ; the male 
of any bird, c8^ol; a spout to let out li- 
quors, a tap, a faucet, o6ooi^8xoc>ioog8^ 

88^^65;— of a gun, o^oo^Scgs. , v. L 

to sot erect, obdB^oD^; to cock a gun, q^ 

■', n. 00^00050000x00610019x0288008^^ 
^^oodB^ooiooSjSaDogS 00 c8i ooi 00^ <»8 ^^ oo> 
c8S4t (office) 008^. 

'C6ckVtri9e, n. <jSooiooodc^5. 

"Cock'-boat, n, od^o^*8,ooc8oo||8ooodo^5. 

€6ck'-cr6w'ing, n. aBi^^cSoooocBS. 

•Cock'er-el, n. a young cock, dBol^^loof . 

-Cock'-fjght, n. d8e)&^^8,^1q)ic8SoooDt. 

£!6ckae, n. §^8o3ooo25,@8. 

€6ck'ney, n. (a eant word) yio^ooi^oi^S. 

^ock'pit, n. a place for cock-fights, od^ooc6^^ 
^f tcSSodoDicOiad^i; a room in the low- 
est part of a ship of war for the wound- 
ed, 00 cSqs o^i 000T8C01 00(3^00100008 ce>ooi% 

•Cock'roach, n. %S. 

i»e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, list, f §11, wMr tttoe^vfiil^tenn; pique; ddne, f6r,. 

Digitized by 


COP 87 

f)6ck'i'-c6mb, n. the comb of a cock, a88f>agp; 

the plant, 88i8^qg^. See Coxcomb. 
fJock'swxlin, -Cox'swain, n. yicx>ioo8id8^o^ooo. 
ffe'coa, n. the tree, «8ioos,^iogp;— ,the fruit, 

the cocoa-nut, gfic6*o^^jii8\o^^. 
£Id'c6a-nut, n. tfiicDp,0|c»*CDp. 
€o-coon', w. cocS^ooS^yioom. 
floc'tion, n. a boiling, ^c^dB^ooS. 
£!od, n. a species of fish, g^ooooojS;— a pod, 

•6dde, n. a digest of laws, oo«oD§*,ooH^^pOQ 

€6d'ger, n. a rustic, a clown, (jySooiooooioDSi 

£!6d'i-9il, w.a supplement to a will, ooS(§ojio3S 

€o-ef'fi-ca-9y, n. ooSqio^ScBSoooosooiooSoooicS 

€6'-ef-fi'cient, a.cooperating, oo^oosSsoo^gio^S 

•€u'-ef-fi'cien-9y, n. cooperation, joint power. 
See Co-EPPioiENT. 

Qce'li-ac, Qel'i-ac, a. oo^eosSsoyS^jf oocfi. 

f)o-e'qual, a. equal with another, oboSscBSoooDs. 

€o-er9e', v. t. to compel, constrain, «iaj^«i8», 

€o-er'cion, n. compulsion. See Coebce. 
€o-?r'9ive, a. compulsory, coioo»i9f ^viSsoo^. 
tk)'-es-scn'tial, a. of the same essence or na- 
ture, oo|^So8sc8Soooos,oof ^•^oooicS. 
'Co'-e-ter'nal, a. equally eternal, SoSscBSoooos 

001 Od8^SOOCX)OOl^OO(S^OO^OOc8. 

"Co-e'val, a. beginning to exist at the same 
time, cS^G8^ooaoc6^ooc^c8,(]S^G8^ooc^r^. 

£!6'-ex-istS V. i. to exist at the same time, cB|S 

'C6'-ex-i8t'en9e, n. See Coexist. 

"Co'-ex-tend', v. i. to extend equally, as to 
time or space, 8^b,ob^b,f ^, cSbSoSioSs. 

"Co'-ex-ten'sion, n. See Coextbnd. 

€6'-ex-ten'sive, a. See Coextend. 

"Coffee, n. the berry, Sox; the liquor, rSdao5. 

"Cof fee-house, n. oo^adc8^^^iQi8o)rSoioo8tQo^ 


"Coffee-pot, n. oooiiooioc^irBoio&ooioo^i, Sox 


•Coffer, n. a money-chest, ooocnooSgSog8i{8x 


"Coffin, n. cxj5|^S,oooo1ooiyi0igSoD^oo8^coioQ^i. 
•Coffle, M. a gang of slaves, yio^SoooDcj^i. 
•Cog, V. ^. to wheedle, deceive, c8ooS9iooS,oc5^ 

oc6^ooS,c^oo5c^oojflooS, , n. ^sod^. 

'Co'gen-9y, n. urgency, force, oo^a^^,coSooAW 

"Co'gent, a. forcible, powerful, convincing, 

urgent, a{^,OQcocx)i^coioo(]S^S80o8oooo8i*^ 
•Cog'i-tate, V. i. to reflect, meditate, think, S 

8^ooS , oj^dB^o8c8ioDS,coi prfi^ooS . 
•Cog'i-tH'tion, n. reflection. See Cogitate* 
•Cog'i-ta'tive, a. ^gSsB8^ooS,^gScoc>o«a>S. 
•Cog'nate, a. kindred by birth, oo8^ojpo6soo6i 

«8,8Qjs8of3Sc8Soocx>s ; of the same family 

or class, ooosc^SSoBtcBSoooDSco^eo^. 
•Cog-ni'tion, n. the act of knowing, ooSco^gl, 

ooS^^cS^; the thing known, ooSooioc^^qI* 
•Cog'ni-za-ble, a. capable of being known or 

apprehended, ooioo^|S^^o},odioc^^^(^; 

that may be tried before a court, cx>io^ 

'C6g'ni-zan9e, n. a taking notice, observation, 

ooSogS^^ooS; recognition, ooSdBoDSjBoj^^^ 

dBpojiooS; a judicial trial, ooSoo^ooog^oS 

8tcoio8^od^S^; a badge, oo^Qiof ^oo^. 
•Cog'ni-zant, a. coiooj^^glb. See Cognizable. 
•Cog-no'men, n. surname, oooioooooiooodcoi. 
•Co-hab'it, v. i. to dwell together, gS^oS^oocjji^ 

c8; — , as husband and wife, (Q^e:^SyQfx^. 
•Co-haVi-tant, n. yioDiodcSlSoi^SdBo^S, ytcoio^ 

"Co-hab'i-ta'tion, n. See Cohabit. 
•Co-heir', n. a joint heir, yn^Soolo^SooS. 
•Co-here',v. i. to stick or cling together,adhere, 

^ojtcSSoooDi; to be suited in connection 

of parts, fit, agree, odco^Qoo^oo^G8Sb,c2 

•Co-her'en9e, •Co-her'en-9y, n. See Cohere. 

dg,W9lf;f&rl»r]}de^py8h;6.«.{^. silent; 9 ass; 9has8h;g-a8J;gasinget; aa8z;sa8gz; nasinh'sger.. 

Digitized by 



fJo-her'ent, a. cleaving together, ooi(»^ojtc85 
ooo9s,o3iooc|^c8Soocx)t; consistent, harmo- 
nious, ooioooD^cSSoocos. 

•Co-he' sion, w. oo^ioggcoScSSoooDt. See Cohebe. 

£Jo-h3'sive, a. having a tendency or power to 
cohere, oD^^g^feo2tc85oooo8,ooSio2«c8S(» 


£Jo-he'sive-ne88, n. See Cohesive. 

fJo'hdrt, n. ojscj^oooDc^ioS^oooi 300 jo^ix)^. 

"Coif, -Coiffure, n. a head-dress, S^^^ooooogS. 

"Coil, V. t. to wind as a rope, cgi,c§ic8^;— as 
a snake, c^S&, , n. ooSoocgi. 

•Coin, «. •, a^cfS], oo^oii, coSods, coSs§, cSSooco^. 

yV. t. — money, «ic^c8^*|S,og^S,3j(^ 

a5);— words, «ic^c8^oo^oDd8xood8; to fa- 
bricate, forge, t^gcSpcSpoo^ooo^tODag^. 

"Goin'age, n. the making of coin, oo^vic^dB^ 
(^aJl,oo^«ic^c8^ coin. 

^'in-9ide', v. i. to fall together in the same 
point of time orplace,co^c8S,e2c8S8tcSS; 
to agree, concur, So8sc8ioc8Sc8Soooot. 

^6-in'9i-den5e,n. the occurrence of events at 
the same time, coincidency, oo^gioooos^ 

"6)oir, %• cocoa-nut film or rind, cSico^ooes. 

^.ftion, n. copulation, oo^ifi^i)}^^^^^'^^ 

"Coke, n. CX)1^C^^0080000JS,O91^C^CX)80OlO^8|(fi^ 


-Col'an-der, n. a tin seive, ac^ioooDojS. 

-Cold, a. frigid, chilly, ^^,8S,^?^^8S8S; want- 
ing in affection, cold-hearted, indiffer- 
ent, OOlOOOD^ob^OO^cg^l, ODSCOgS^COO^, 00^ 

og^co^ioDSoo^igi; powerless to excite, 

dull, ooiQ©oocBfoj«dBj5biyio3S. , n. 

oo^^ofD^BV, a catarrh, ooSoo}5oo^5; to 
have a cold, oo^oo^Sojs. 

£!6ld'ne8S,n.frigidne8s, ^^^oo^f^^fl^* See Cold. 

•CoFic, n. ooioioo^o28,oOi<3id38c^8,9enG8^. 

CoU&pse', V. t. to fall or sink together sud- 
denly, ag8c8i,c8io^og5ooc^«8. , n. coS 


•Col'lar, n. a ring for the neck, cfiSc^i ; any- 

88 COL 

thing tied round the neck, oDSo8bo^icBS, 
cBS 08 ; the part of a garment that sur- 
rounds the neck, c6o6oo<BS. , v. t. 

to put a ring on the neck, oSScBSc^i; to 
seize by the collar, S^toSoocSS^oSsioSoo 

•CoFlar-bone, n. JStz5. See Clavicle. 

•Col-late', V. t. to lay together and compare, 

c8^CD@l,Cg^ OD@l . 

•Col-laf er-al, a. being side by side, adjacent, 
GS^ooti5ic8SoeoD8,<^i 00 o^x c8S 00 008, c6i o^ 
<6xc8xc8Soocx)8 ; concurrent, c^^^*?)^^ 

•Col-la'tion, n. a luncheon, ooStfijS eg oo^; com- 
parison, ooSogScx>@x, See Collate. 

•Col'league, n. a co-worker, a partner, (^iqiod 

£!ol-lect', V. t. to gather, o5§^,ooi5p,^8c8i5§^; 
to collect, as debts, taxes &c. »?8^opx©; 
— one's self, oo^^^dB^o2ioo8,o5oiio5ojjix 

ooi sd 0D8. , V. i. to come together, 

assemble, cSp§^,c8{55i5q§f . 

•Col'lect, n. Eng. o55c^aoo^oo^ic8oo8ooob8. 

•Col-lect'ed, a. not disconcerted, cool, steady, 


-Col-lec'tion, n. the act of gathering, oo^g8^§^i 
ooS^t^p,ooSoS§^,ooSooi^^. See Collect. 

■CoHect'ive, a. ooSoo^jSg). See Collect. 

•ColJect'or, n. yxooioecoi§jSoo^,yxoDioot^8£^§^ 
crA ; a collector of revenue, yi^^^f y'^to 

•CoFlege, n. (cBjojS) an association of learned 
men, yio^^oD^o^^c^ooS^odS^oocD^i ; an 
edifice occupied by students of the arts 
and sciences, oo^oocS^ooiyioicSoo^o^ooS 


•CoHe'gi-an, n. yxooiooQxcSod^or^^oo^ootooi col- 
lege oo^xyic8jo5S8ooot. 

•Col-le'gi-ate, a. oo^ex>8§i college. 

€6riet, n. ooS8»oo^ooc8S. 

£!oMide', v. i. to strike together, oo^8c8Sooo3i. 

•CoH'ier (-yer), n. a coal-digger, 91001001^ 
ooi^c|^^cb8; a dealer, <^iGtf)coi^2^oDtooot. 

&,e,itd,u,y,long; ate,T,6,ii,y, short; c&ref far« tt8t,fftll, what; th^re, vgil, tSrm; pique; ddne, £61, 

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-CoU'ier-y, n. the coal trade, ooSoiooSqicoioo 

yiG8{5oolc8j5<x)i^c^^o08. See Coaleby. 
-Colli-quate, v. t. to melt, y^,y^c8p,9iySc8p. 
^Uis'ion (-liz'un), n. a striking together, a 

clashing, ooSoD^8oD^o6«d35oooo«. 
fJoI'lo-cate, V. t. to set, place, station, o5c8ioo 

-Col'lo-ca'tion, n. arrangement, coSooc8Sooc^ 

coioooopooSo5c8ib. See Collocate. 
-CoI'lo-cu'tion, n. Obs. See Colloquy. 
•Collop, n. a piece of flesh, oo^g^oocSjB. 
-CoHo'qui-al, a. conversational, OD^eosSsooSoo 

•€61'lo-quy, n. mutual discourse, conference, 


flol-lude', V. i. to conspire in a fraud, oj^wjS 
c8Sooo3tcoioococ8cioSoiooSo5 8S . 

floHu'gion, n. a secret, fraudulent agreement. 
See Collude. 

f!61'o-9ynth, w. Med. oooopc^oDio^o^boooDcgS, 

£!o-l6nge' (-lone), n. Eau-de-Cologne, oo^i^oood 

£!o-16m'bo, n. Med. oj^6S<x)i05|^bcoi9S Colom- 
bo, o^cDoS^ooioowiaf^cS^o&^ooDlooS^. 

flolon, n. Ahat. the largest divison of the in- 
testines, ySc^^ooojS; a mark of punctua- 
tion, r8^Qi6S<^S, SoSi ( : ). 

£!olonel(kAr'nel), n. a8^coioooioj88oocDcB,dB^ 
ooioocS^ooi brigadier-generalooSooSoooi. 

f)olon€l-9y (kAr'nel-sy), n. colonelship, ooSoo 
cS^ooi colonel ^^^oo^b. 

£!o-l6'ni-al, a. oo^i»«8« colony. 

fSSro-nist, n. yi colony 8. See Colony. 

fJol'o-nize, v. L t^8<^c8p colony. See Colony. 

fJol'on-nade', n. a range of columns, ooij5oo9^. 

i)6Fo-ny, w. (cSjoo^i) a company of people 
transplanted to a distant country, &c. 
ooicBSoioo^iSsancSpSSdBpboDpoo^ 8 oo ^^ 
oeoooS^o^booooof^os; the place colonized, 

^For, V. t. to stain, dye, tinge, paint, ^8g8^ 
gS^od^oo^^; to render plausible, oSqioo 


oDsSo&iS^i; to make to appear different 
from what it is, palliate, excuse, cdc8io3 

8oS,cx)c8i^i^ooS , n. hue, tint, dye, 

ooiooc^S, ooS 00 05^0081 ; freshness of 
face, bSog^ScoScSlSnji; an assumed 
appearance, a pretense, a pretext, 000^ 
oo^ooS^S^SSoo(fi^(^ooo88|^oo{5; coloring 

stuff, ODoS^QlcS^OD^OOC^S. 

•Cdrored, a. having color, cS^Ssooc^^; specious, 
ooSoocjjpboo^;— person, a negro, c^ioooj. 

•eol'ors, n. a flag, a standard, an ensign, oqod^** 

€o-16s'sal, a. very great, gigantic, osS^otdB. 

•Co-los'sus, n. ooS8ioo^So88po»c8. 

•Col'port-eur, n. yicbi(i)5<i>iaoicDlo5Soooi. 

•Colt, n. ooc^jSS; a gay, foolish fellow, yi og^ ^ 

€6lt'er, "Coult'er, n. obpao^j5ooioo«ibcx)ioot. 

•Co-lum'bi-an, a. oo^oogSirBSooQSqoDi. 

-Col'umn (k6rum),M. a pillar, ooi^,og^; part of 
a page divided lengthwise, oSSooioo^ioi 
cS^boocooiSodioooooietS^OQ^i, oSSoooioo 
cBjooi^ (column) ; a certain order of a bo- 
dy of troops, ojsSoooS. 

•Co-lam'nar, a. cSioSSsooi^. 

•Co'ma-tose', £!6'ma-tous, a. lethargic, cg^ooiSt 


•Comb, n. an instrument for adjusting the hair, 
OD^, See also Cock's-comb andHoney- 
comb. , V. t. g,gooS8$oo^. 

-Com'bat, V. t. to contend with, fight against, 
t^8c85oo8,dBolc8SoDs; to oppose, resist, @, 
@ooi,8^ooic8ol. , n. a battle, a con- 
test, a conflict, (x>Sqsc8Soo8,ooSc83)c85oot. 
See Combat, v. L 

•Gom'bat-ant, n. a fighter, a champion, yit^gooSS. 

•Com'bat-ive, a. disposed to fight, pugnacious, 


"Com'bat-ive-ness, n.pugnacity.See Combative. 

"Com'bi-na'tion, n. a union of persons to effect 
some purpose, ooS^i^^cSSooods, oo^gie^S 
cBSoooos; commixture, ooSono^S, odSc^ 
rig; association, aUiance, odS^cSScos. 

do,W9lf;furl,riide,p9sh; e.i.o. silent; 9a8 s; 9h assh)gasj;ga8inget; § as z; x as gz; 9 as in linger. 

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fJom-bine', v. t. to unite, oStx^S; to commingle, 
commix, <5ojS,oolo25f<^^f^«^5 ; to join 
in friendship, f|^c85oD8,§o5i8cx><B«c85oD«. 

•Com-bus'ti-ble, a. inflamable, o^8|cfipoD,£8^^. 

•Com-biis'tion, n. a burning, q^g|c8^oo^,o^0| 

•Come, v.i. to move towards, 06, 06 c8i ; to ar- 
rive, reach, obopi; to happen, wiooods* — 
Come after, to follow,o635,o685s>,— Come 
again, to return hither,o6oDi,o6ojio3olo9i. 
—Come at, to reach, ^18,^1«|,^; to obtain, 
^S.— Come away, o6dB^cg5,o08c8pog5. — 
Comeback, to return, oboDi. — Come by, 
to obtain, acquire, 88|,^, ^^^oo^. — Come 
down, to descend, o6c8ib; to be humbled, 
dB^c8icx>8.— Come forth, o6c8^odi.— Come 
in, to enter, 06 15; to bear young, g c8^ 8; 
to bear fruit, oo^c8^^c8^. — Come into, to 
agree to, o^^cSioocog; to join with, gSo^S 
oDioo(|^i.— Come near, Come nigh, c^ojs. 
—Come of, to proceed from, as a descend- 
ant, €8^c8^ooi,c8i©iic8io^^odi; to result or 
issue as an effect, cS^cS^ooi (odSo5xoo^|i 00 
oS),<fec8^ooi(oo^ooiooS|ioooS).— Come off, 
to depart from, leave, oosodo j5; to get free, 
escape, ^^^^ — Come on, to advance, 06 
c8i,c^c8x^i^i ; to happen to, oji 00 jBcSx, 
oo^oDtBScSi,— Come out, to proceed from, 
o6c8pooi;to appear, come to light, tglcS^. 
—Come out with, to disclose, oScglcfi^. 
—Come over, obStfii. — Come short, to 
fail to attain, ooopioo^jOo^-jgi^^OD^; to fail 
in duty, od^«ic8iod^(/io«ioocoioo^i. — 
Come to, o6aj; to amount to, oS^^o^^i^ 
^loSx^igi ; to revive, (as from a swoon), 
^ojiooS.— Come to pass, to happen, oc- 
cur, (oo^)QxooaD8. — Come up, to ascend, 
obdBp; to grow, as a plant, i|c8^.— Come 
up with, to overtake, cj^i^^ooS — Come 
upon, to light on,find,a)^oo^S; to attack. 

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«iO£p30D8^ooSoo8S; a dramatic composi- 
tion, o55oi^xoo^yi,«i^Sc»iooS. 
£I6me'li-ness, n. gracefulness, symmetry, qdS 

a3j8,o2U8ooo28; fitness, ooSoo@i80oaoS. 

■Come'ly, a. graceful, goodly, well-appearing,, 
handsome, ox,«s5ooi,oioioo^a)^. 

•Com'et, n. cof^SdB^. 

•Com'fit, n. a confection, odSgS^oos^iodooojS. 

■Com'fort, v.t. to console, solace, «i^5c8Soji 
038; to strengthen, cheer, oo^oo6Sooa)1,i^r 

g8^c8^odxoo6Soooo). , n^ relief from 

pain, ooSffig^ojijOoS^Sc^i; that which 
comforts, consolation, solace, oo^ooioogi 
cBgSojic^i, oo^cotooqi^5c8{So5iood8,odSoot 

•Com'fort-a-ble, a. cheerful, happy, g6^<j5,(]8^ 

■Com'fort-er, n. yioDioo«i<jSc8j5oDioootoooi,<^i 
qi©iiodSoooi; the Holy Spirit, od8§39oo5i 
oDooojS. See c8x. o<j: ot. 

■Com'fort-less, a. without comfort, desolate, 
disconsolate, co80D^5oD^oD8o088x,a)8tX)i. 

"Com'ic, •Com'ic-al, a. ao^ix>888 comedy; laugh- 
able, droll, funny, coioo«i88a>^SQ5xS|i, 
ooiocg^c8c8x§88j5f 100D8. See Dboll. 

Com'ing, n. arrival, a>So6,ooSopi. 

•Com'ma, n. (cB^oi), od^o|jB|xo8o55ooooiooodo25 
rB^oxftS o So5x, ( , ). 

£bm-mand', v. t. to order with authority, bid, 
direct, qi,«xc8S ; to control, have power 
over, oioo^ ; to over-look, c^iqS^odiooSoo- 

•Com'man-danf , n. See Commander. 

•Com-mand'er, n. a chief,^ <^ioo8^,<^xooioooiooS. 


•Com-mem'o-rate, v. t to celebrate, qxc^^^ ^c8^, 

»X0O^(^^^^c8^OO^009^O0d^ OOOXQl^ 

'€om-m6m'o-ra'1)ion, ». ooS^xco^^^dB^ojiooS. 
•€om-memVra-tive, "Com-mem'o-ra-to-ry, «• 
coTOoqf 80D^^^c8{5ojxooS . 

ate|i»6,u,y,long; a,e,iy0,u,y, short; cSre, far, I4&t|f§ll, what;. thgre,vsil, term; pique; done, fdr,. 

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-eoin-inen9e', v. i. to begin, •«c8{5,g6^c8^cS. 
, V. t. to originate, begin, start, «i 

^Jom-menje'ment, n. beginning, origin, ooSoo 

-Com-mend', v. t. to commit, intrust, oSoSoo^ 
CDic^ioioo^^xSoSsoooDoSs oji ogS oji c8i ; to 
praise, 4«c8^oQiiooV, to bring to favor- 
able notice, aoc8toxooScx>iyioxoo8S. 

•Gom-mend'a-ble, a. praise-worthy, laudable, 


€6m'men-da'tion, n. a message of esteem, 
compliments, oo^oj^ojSooSoocSiS^jcSjSSt 
odSo^scS^; praise, ooS480iooS,oD^i8o@ii. 

€om-mend'a-to-ry, a. ooioo4to@noo^,i80ioDS. 
See Commend. 

•Com-men'su-ra-ble, a. commensurate, ^088088 
c8Soocx>8 ,g6^§8coScBj5So88o88c8Soooo8. 

fJom'ment, v. t. to explain, expound, t^scSpcjJl 
c8^ooSoo8o^. , n. explanation, an- 
notation, ooSooc8i<glc8pooSoooSoo8S. 

<J6m'men-ta-ry, n.annotation, o55oDioo^<jipc8p 
ooSoooSoo8Soo8o^. See Exposition. 

€6m'men-ta'tor, n. an expositor, an annota- 
tor, yiooiooc^80DSooo^3dS^oe8o^oooi. 

£l6m'mer9e, w. trade, traffic, ooSojiSooSoDi,ooS 
cbSoo^oDi; mutual intercourse, ooSg^cSS 


€oin-min'gle, v. t. to blend, commix, mingle, d8 

fJom'mi-nute, v. t. to grind, pulverize, triturate, 


fJom-mlg'er-ate, v. t. to feel for, pity, condole 
with, compassionate, aD8co^i,ca8o^8i>2S. 

•Com-inis'er-a'tion, n. pity, compassion, sym- 
pathy, 0fDS008a0^1,ODS0D8G6p,00S0080^8O25. 

See Sympathy. 
-Com'mis-sa'ri-at, n. oo^oo^soocj^^ooi commissa- 
ry c8pcooioioo|Sb. 


•Com'mis-sa'ry, n. a commissioner, oocxj6^*, o 
8^<x>ioooioDJSrBSooo5^oo^8oo6|^oooi6i; the 
officer whose duty it is to provide provi- 
sions, &c. for an army, c8^coioooioopooS 
G8^ooSQ8ooSoo2x:)ixootB^ooic>j8^^ooS:8oo 8S. 

€om-mis'sion, n. the act of committing some 
trust, odSod^oo^s, oo^odjSqiooS, oo^oioo^ 
ooS; the committing of a fault, oo^«ioo|^f 

ttiooQ^ooS. ,v. ^. to depute, empower, 

authorize, «ic8i, «ic85(^icoioooooiooSo5x 

•Com-mis'sion-mer'chant, n. c^io^SodSodiooSooi 

OOO^C^IOOOIOJS 0081^98,^8381^^93^100^1. 

•Com-mis'sion-er, n* oood6^*,o^o8^coioooiooS€» 

•Com-mit', V. t. to give, intrust, deposit, o5o5b^ 
coiyioioo^^i, oSo5b,c5^o5b; to deliver 
over to confinement, i^^^coS ; to com- 
mit a fault, do wrong, «ico«^ooS. 

■€om-mit'ment, n. See Commit. 

•Com-mit'tal, n* oo^e^^^coS; a pledge, actual 
or implied, 00^4 8oS,foc8ioS. See Commit. 

•Com-miftee, n. (od£5o6i) oSyicoiyi8S^S«qooi(fiv 

88o5c8lOa^8006J^6o5l5§lCOlOO^<l^l5cS800 0D 

•Com'mit-tee', n. a guardian, c^ioSsojicg^ojioiv 
•€om-mix',v. t. tocommingle. See Commingle, 
■Com-mixt'ure, n. ooSo^j5c^,a)Sc8o^5c85oD8. 
•Com-mode', n* c6^sDJ5|icoiooQ8jB§8oooiic»poo) 

ooc8S;a small chest of drawers, oocolScBS 


"Com-mo'di-ous, a. convenient, fit, useful, oooj- 

"Com-mo'di-ous'ness, n. See Commodious^ 

•Com-mod'i-ty, n. oo^SooSoSi, ooSo^SoofiooioooD 

£)6m'm6-d6re, n. oDc8<^8028oooocjioo8j5oo8p. 

€6m'mon, a, general, public, ooj5tt>«8»yi8^^S,. 
oo^«0888yiooo:ji«)808; usual, frequent, ^ 
§S,^gS«iooo38,oot02SoooDSG8p; Ordinary, 
undistinguished, ooc8id8oD^,o3c8ioo80D^. 
, n. ooSooc8Sc8ic8,c^io£c8ic^ooc8SG6pb^ 

do,W9lf ;, ptjish; e.uo^ silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g* as j ; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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•Com'mon-al-ty, n* 9xo68c8S8,yicoioooooo^e)D888 
(/ioo8^cD^,yx88p8. See Commons. 

£!6m'mon-er, w. one of the common people, yi 

■Gom'mon-ly, n. adv. generally, usually, ^g^, 

•Com'mons, n. the common people, (^io68rBS8 
001 00 00 Q^ OD^ (/1 00 8^ oo </^ oo8 oD^ ; the 
House of Commons, c^idb^ooJS 80008^00 

£!6m'mon-sense, n. oD^oj^oo^o8coooio»^gS(fi^ 

fjom'mon-wealth, n. a civil polity, a statei 
a realm, oo^»iG8^Qic8<i»ioi^gio!2|n co8i 
<8S8ioooS ; the public, the people, yico 8 
r8S8§c8SQloooo6^i . 

^m-mo'tion, n. excitement, agitation, oo^ojs 
oo^o«,ooS^ic85; tumult, disturbance, dis- 
order, ooSooic8pooic6i,ooS«^5c8ol. 

€!om-mune', v.i. to converse together, oocSico 
cfi8c85oo« ; to partake of the Lord's sup- 
per, (fi^o25c8«xj5oo3eSooojPo88p,oc[Sooc^S 

G8ScBpc8008c60D<B80DfB80D100S0p^^^ Sx 00 

•£!om-mu'ni-ca-ble, a. coiooo^ajc^iOK^. 
^om-mu'ni-cant, n. <^iODiooo3g5cD^booiooD©^oo 

OJp 088^00^1. 

£Iom-mu'ni-cate, v. t. to share with others, oop 
SiooSoDic^xoi; to give information, ooS 

ODSoCJ1,q8ODpQl00^,c8800^0Jp^00^, S§8001. 

, t;. t. to have a communication, c^ 

fi8^c8oSG0008,c^oiS; to have intercourse, 


c8S,oioDcdec8Scx)8; to have in common, oS 
CK^SySofttoo^oeoSsyiGS^Ssoo^odoi oo qi oo oi 
oo6ioSo:2SbS8c6^»2^bSo88o88 ; to partici- 
pate, oioo^OD^«08S8oo^ooQiyi. See ooSi- 
9: 09; to partake of the Lord's supper, 
commune, €8|So9»^o3^j|8d^Soo02^o88^. 

fJom-mu'ni-ca'tion, w. See Communicate. 

£Som-mu'ni-ca-tive, a. disposed to impart to 
others, ^|^o9^|iqo^ ; ready to give in- 

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formation, ^gU^ti^iooS, jSgS^j^sojdB^ool 
c6iodS ,^gS t^sojp^ooS . 

'Com-mu'ni-ca-tive-ness,n.See Communicative. 

•Com-mun'ion, n. fellowship, agreement, oo^ j^ 
c8Soat,ooS8odi8oacfi8c8Scx>8; the partaking 
of the Lord's supper, oo^cS^q^ScSo^Socd^^ 
oooj{5o88^ ; a body of Christians united 
in faith and worship, (/lo^SScoiOdojpoo^ 

•Com-mu'ni-ty, n. common possession, 00^803^ 

o5i,ooS^c8^8^8^ooicj>iaJloioj^bSo88o88; the 

. public, people in general, oo8cS^8,|8f^S 

•Com-mut'a-ble, a. exchangeable, obcBScSic^. 

"Com'mu-ta'tion, n. barter, exchange, oo^cbcBS; 
change, substitution, oo^^So6,oo^^Sd6oD8. 

•Com-mute',!;. t. to exchange, cbcSS; as, to com- 
mute punishment, cbcBSoo^&^^^SsooH^ 

€om-pact', a. closely and firmly united, dense, 
close, oo«55oo^c8Soooo8 ; brief, pithy, 00 

-Com'pact, n. a contract, a convenant, od^ooi^ 
c8ig8c8ic8Soooo8, oo^oocSio^^S^cBSoooDt. 

•Com-pact'ness, n. density. See Compact, a. 

•Com-pan'ion, n. a partner, ooooioooocBt,oocS8. 

•Com-pan'ion-a-ble, a. agreeable as a compan- 
ion, sociable, oiSooiSodcBs. 

•Com-pan'ion-ship, n. oo^8odiSoDcB8,oo^c^c8Soot. 

-Com'pa-ny, n. a body of people, <^i8S^Sooooc^i; 
an assembly, 00^ cS^ §^, yi o3i 00 gS^ ^p ; 
guests, yioo^iooo^; a society, yxj^c^Soo 
oo8oooocji,yi«ioj5ooSoooocji; a firm, a cor- 
poration; as, the East India Company, 
oS^ooo3qiooioo&^^^oir8^^ odi 001 ^ii 
00108.— of soldiers, 0288aoo3C|^iG8^oocDooi 
tD^ tt^; to rear company, to accompa- 
ny, cbi o^S, cbi 03 cBt, cbx §^ ojS ; to keep 
company, to associate habitually, ^c8S 
0D«; to receive company, oj^ScBSyioo^i. 

£!om'par-a^ble, a. capable of comparison, c8^ 

M»i»o,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, I4«t,fftll, what; th6re, vgil, tSrm; pique; d6ne, fOr, 

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fJom-par'a-tive, a. oopcosSioo^cS^OD^ioo^. 

-Gom-pare', v. /.—likeness or unlikeness, ogSoD 

@x, cB^ 00 @i. , V. i. to be like or 

equal, ^o8s,obo8s,So88. , m. See Com- 


fJom-par'i-son, n. a comparative estimate, ooS 

c8^oo@i,oo^o5oo@i. See Simile. 
fJom-parf, v. t. to divide, QiCDajswiooooi. 
'Gom-part'ment, n- a separate part, 00^009^809^ 


€6m'pa8S, v. t. to encircle with the arms, 8soo 
^t; to surround, environ, 8ioo^»«o5,ooc^i, 
ooc^iwS; to go round, c^ioo^s ; to bring 
about, effect, procure, i^sc^dB^, oSaooosS 

o&iS^i,«i|S. , n. a circle, 000081,00 

ooSio^i ; the girth of a cylindrical body, 
circumference, 00 co^ ; a going round, a 
circuit, oo^cbioo^sooS ; a curving round, 
oo^cbiooqgxoo^; the mariner's compass, S 

•Com'pass-es, n. dividers, oj^^o^*,8ojS8i. 

fbm-pas'sion (kom-pash'un), n. pity, sympa- 
thy, 00^00800^1. See Commisebation. 

€om-paB'8ion-ate,a. pitiful, sympathizing, mer- 
ciful, 00l3dO0Sa0^lOO^,^g^O08O0^lOO^. 

flom-pas'sion-ate, v. t. to pity, commiserate, 
oogoo^iooS. See Pity, v. t. 

€om-pat'i-ble, a. consistent, suitable, congru- 
ous, c^^^S^^^y^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^?* 

€om-pat'i-biri-ty, n. See Compatible. 

€om-pa'tri-ot, n. c68cBS8oocfisc68cffi8. 

£!om-peer', n. an equal, a peer, yiooioocoioo 
8iobo8tc8Soot; a companion, odoocBs. 

€om-peF,f . t. to force, coerce, »ia{^,»id^^Qi8t. 

iJom'pel-la'tion, n. style of address, appella- 
tion, oo^o9c8i8^oo3oo(^S; a substitute for 
the name of a person in addressing him, 
oo^cBtoo^SooiS^iooi ooQi^^^^oooi ^•e. 

-Com'pend, n. an abridgment, an epitome, o$S 


•€om-pend'i-ouB, a. brief, concise, comprehen- 
sive, oo^zosSsoo^c^Sf ^cSioo^ooo^ooo^i. 
Com-pend'i-ous-ness, n. shortness, brevity, 00 



•Com-pen'di-iim, n. an abridgment, an epit- 
ome. See CoMPEND. 

■Com'pen-siite, v. t. to reward for service, re- 
munerate, o5^oooj^sooc6,o5^a2||8ooS; to 
make amends for, cg^ oom ; to give for 
losses incurred, recompense, cjS wieii 
yio3iooooSc6i«^bo»8S; to give in consid- 
eration of suffering incurred, 09^0^1 

•Com'pen-sa'tion, n. remuneration, recom- 
pense, oo^oo^o^iooes. See Compensate. 

'dom-pen'sa-tive, a. oo^^sSsoo^c^^o^ioo^t. 

£Iom-pete', v. i. to vie with, contend, giooS. 

•C6m'pe-ten9e,'£!6m'pe-ten-5y, n. adequacy, 
power, capacity, co^oboo^o^,oD^oo^oodis; 
sufficiency, ooSodiooS^i; as, to have a 
competency, cS^SgooScS^ajs S ^i, g8^ St 


£I6m'pe-tent, a. capable, sufficient, adequate, 
ooib^ib,o^,ooioo»io^ ; qualified, oo^st^^, 
oo8ooooSiq8^; belonging to, oo^oftsoocBi. 

•Com'pe-ti'tion, v. emulation, rivalry, contest, 
ooSgiooS. See Compete. 

•Com-pet'i-tor, n. a rival, yigiooSS. 

•Com'pi-li'tion, n. ooSci^ooiooSoo9Sooo3i5o5iSgx 
Ssqic^cSjBbooicoSooooQ^S. See Compile. 

•Corn-pile', V. t to collect and arrange in a 

book, U200lOO^OOoSoOo2lS£»lS^l88^8(^c8& 


fJom-pil'er, w.| yiooiooojcoiooSoooSooc^iSoSiSax 

•Com-pla'jenje, •Com-pla'5en-9y, w. quiet pleas- 
ure, gratification, satisfaction, 00^ cxQ^v 
oot,oo^Q02^ooos, 00^ d&^St ; complaisance,, 
civility, oo^oo8(]S^,oo^oo^ooos. 

Com-pla'9ent, a. gratified, 02|Soiootoo|S,^^^d^^ 
oo^,02^^ioot£i. See Complaisakt. 

•Com-plain', v. t. to Jament, ooo^oo^ ; to find 
fault, murmur, oD^goojf ooS ; to bring an 
accusation against, oSco^oo»^,si§ioo^. 

fJom-plain'ant, n. yiooioos§too^oooi. 

-6om-plaint^ n. disease, sickness, ailment, oA 

dg, W9lf;fiirl,, pfsh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; s as z; s as gz; as in linger* 

Digitized by 



solioo^ojsoo^so). See Complain. 
fJ6m'plai-san9e', n. courtesy^ee Complaisant. 
dom'plai-sant, a. obliging, courteous, affable, 

polite, oS^Ssc^^oicasoD^, (]8^88oo^9bjSoo^ 

€!6m'ple-ment, n. completeness, oo^»iooioo^<»i 


"Com'ple-ment'al, a. ooioooicoic8|S^ic8^ooS. 

•Com-plete', a. entire, whole, ooi^ib, ooicS^^i 

c8^; ended, finished, 6i,6io6. , v. t. 

to make full, perfect, qiooig8^^xg8^; to 
finish, consummate, end, Qiopioo&i,oiopT 

^m-plete'ness, n. perfection, 00^0000100^1. 

•dom-ple'tion, n. a perfect state, od^ooooioo^i; 
fulfillment, end, ooSoo&i,ooS»ioo6i. 

fjom'plex, a. (^p^S) composed of two or more 
parts, not simple, odq^od^oo^oooiSiod^, 
(]S|Sw1»2^9£ioDioi; involved, intricate, 


-fJom-plex'ion, n. appearance, aspect, oDSc8^<gl 
ooop^ooSi; the color of the face, ^Sooc^^. 

*C!om-plex'i-ty,'C6m'plex-ness, n. See Complex. 

£!om-pr/an9e, n. oo^o^c8ioooo8. See Comply. 

•€om-pli'ant, a. obliging, civil, ^g^c^iyioioo 
OD8,^g^o;^Sc85ooS; yielding, pliant, od8©S. 

£l6m'pli»cate, v. t. to tangle, involve, qiodoS^ 

o^jSoo^, «ioc^8©od1ooS. , a. complex, 

involved, oao5^o^^oo^,»o58»oo1oo^. 

fjom'pli-ca'tion, n. See Complicate, v. t. 

■fJom'pli-ment, v. t. to praise, 489x68o1ii8o@ii. 
, n. delicate flattery, praise, 00H8 
9i&8o'),&8ogiioo^. See Conobatulate. 

■^Jom'pli-ment'al, "Com'pli-ment'a-ry, a. com- 
mendatory, coiooi8oii8o1,i8o@nooS. 

-Corn-plot', V. i. to plot together, conspire, 
noi^rB^o^ScdSoooDSooiooooQioo^ooioo^ cS 00 
8S. , n. a plotting together, a con- 
spiracy. See Complot, v. i. 

^m-ply'i V. i. to consent, acquiesce, agree, 
oj^c8iooo38; to follow the wishes of an- 
other, C^l00^yiO1000D8. 

^om-p6'nent, a. constituting, composing, od^ 

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CO8S800^oS^^00^00QlS8 00 Ql CX>1 00 q^8 (^ dBS 

00^; as, a component part, an incre- 
ment. See Constituent, n. 
•Gom-port', n. behavior, conduct, odSoSoooo8, 


•Com'pos-men'tis, a. Lat. 0380O8,cD8039S,oDtet. 

•Com-pose', v. t. to form by uniting several 
things in one, constitute, oS§^»Socn6i 
So&iSgxSsc^cS^oo^ooQi <6 ; to adjust, ar- 
range, regulate, 03(^Sox8ioo%r^iojioDS; 
to quiet, soothe, (»\oi^oooi^;as the mind, 
oi({So2icD8,Qi6o2^Q008; to compose music, 
c^i(]8^dB^oo^038&^oo^Sooe^; to place 
types in order for printing, coio5S^<2p^; 
to write one's own ^thoughts, 6^c55,c^t 

■Com-poscd', a. calm, settled inspirit, ootoB^ 
^S(]B^oii,038G8^^Sd38oiiopi; quiet in man- 
ner, cSlOOODt. 

-Com'po-si'tion, n. See Compose. 
£!om-p6s'i-tor, w. (/icoio5S^S(gi^S. 
-Com'pdst, n. a mixed manure, ccSo^^qoSo^^ 


■Gom-pos'ure, n. a settled state of mind, se- 
dateness, tranquility, 038G8^({S(fi^oii 


•Com-pound', v. t. to combine, w)Q2^,oSti2S,d8 

oijS; to settle amicably, compromise, a- 

gree, qxod^cSSSs^. 
'Com'pound, n. a mixture, a union, od^cSo^Si 

00^130) o^S, 00^ oSq^S; an inclosure, no8i. 

, a. composed of elements, ooioooS 

•Com'pre-hend', v. t. to include, comprise, o5 

fX2S,gS»2^; to understand, f^oi^,o^^^. 
£!6m'pre-hen'si-ble, a. comprisable, oSojSo}; 

intelligible, ^^oiSoj,oj^q1c». 
•Cora'pre-hen'sion, n. power of understanding, 

perception, ooSoj^^ooS«o8,ooS oj^^ od^ ot oj, 

€6m'pre-hen'sive, a. large. See Compeehenbo 

•€om-press', v. t. to squeeze, iSciS; to force into 

a narrow compass, condense, od8o6S; to 

i,e,i,dtUfy,long; i,e,i,o,ii,^, short; cdre, far, listi f§ll, wh^t; thSre, Yeil>tSrm; pique; donep tttf 

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press down, dd^coS. See Compbess. v. t. 
f)6m'pre8s, n. ^^&^o3Soo^i^oodiooSoo^. 
•Com-press'i-bil'i-ty, -CJom-press'i-ble-ness, n. 

oStcoSoo^c^. See Compbesbible, a. 
•Com-press'i-ble, a. ooioocSsooSoo^o^. 
£!om-pre8'sion, n. See Compbebs, v. t. 
Com-press'ure, n. pressure. See Pbebbube. 
£!om-prise', v. t. to embrace, contain, include, 

comprehend, e8^ojS8«ooSo5xo3SgiooiOi^i. 
•Com'pro-mise, v. t. to adjust and settle by 

mutual concessions, compound, q8^c8i 

opiooootoooioo^ioooioo^s 88 oj^c85 Ss c85oji 

00038090100^1000 LOobs. 

-Com-pul'sion, n. force applied, do^Qis^jSiOO^Qi 
sj^Qi 88,00^ »if 11^19100^. See Compel. 

-Com^pul'sive, -Com-pul'so-ry, a. forcing, con- 
straining, coiooQifn<i»ioioo^. 

'6om-pu9c'tion, n. co^oo8o^sooioooo^b8008Qdc8. 

•Com-put'a-ble, a. capable of jbeing counted, 
numerable, ooSooioo^ojgsoj. 

•Gom'pu-ta'tion, n. reckoning, 00S6S00S g8. 

£bm-pute', V. t. to count, reckon, calculate, 
o^oo^gsoo^ ; to estimate, think, c8oo8^,oo 

flom'rade, n. a mate, a companion, an asso- 
ciate, OOOOr88,000010dOOc88. 

€6n, V. t. to study over, consider, peruse, dB 

8|5ooSo6c6oo8co8,5e 8^ cx>^ ooS 8 odS 8 , 

prep, with, against, oo8ooii,oo8ot. 

-Con-cat'e-nate, v. t. to link together, ^\cf:^t 
<^ifBic8Sadoo8ooc8i88ooc8i§co8^iooo88 ; to 
form a series, oSoo^oo^w8c8Soooo8ooqi 
oo^oooi,ooc8ioo^oocBi . 

f!on-cit'e-na'tion, n. See Concatenate, 

^n'cave, a. hollow, c8iooi^,c8icoip. , v. t. 

to make hollow , vicSiooi^. 

£!on-caVi-ty, n. hoUowness, ooSooc8Sc8icoi^; 
that which is concave, oo^cdiooi^; a hol- 
low place, a cavity, oo^oooo(]S^i,oo^^i. 

"Con-ca'vo-con'cave, a. c8i90i^98cx>iS. 

^u-ca'vo-c6n'vex, a. c6i«oi^oo8,c8^oj^oo8, 

"Con-jeaF, v. t. to keep from being known, 


o6|02^,oooi(glG8^oo^; to screen from 
view, hide, secrete, oo(nQoS,oSoooi,oSo 
oj^,o5ooiogS;— one's self, gS^^c^^. 

-Con-jeal'ment, n, a secret place, oo^gS^^oj^ 
ooc8^,oo^(]B^oo9iadc8^; privacy, oo^cB^oooi. 

•Con-9ede', v. t. to yield, grant, O{^c8ioooof,a9 
c8ioo^8; to admit to be true, allow, 009^ 
c8Soo^,a^^c3i od 008. 

•Con-jeit', v. t. to imagine, think, fancy, ooooS 

og^,dBao8^oooo5cgSooS. , n. an idea, 

a thought, oo^oooDS,oo^d3aD8^; a vain 
fancy, a freak, ooSdB8^@ao^; self-con- 
ceit, vanity, oo^dB8^ioooo8coiooo^oo^oSi 
ooS ^1 ; to be out of conceit with, 0000^ 

001100^ 0000800^. 

£!on-9eit'ed, a. proud, vain, egotistical, coioo 

oSoooo<oDoiooi ,oSg8^g8oooo8. 
'€on-9Giv'a-ble, a. imaginable» 00^0010(88^09; 

that may be understood, intelligible, 00^ 

•€!on-9eive', v. t. to breed, 01 dBp ; to form an 

idea, think, imagine, ooooSng^oo^,c8o98^ 

ooSooi 00 0D8 06S ^1, , V. i. to become 

pregnant, cS^88ooo^8oooo8. 
•Con-9en'ter, "Con-jen'tre, v. i. to meet in a 

common centre, oo^oooiScSS 00 008 ooi 00^ 


-C6n'§en-trate, or £!on-§en'trate, v. t to bring 
to a common center or point, ^8ooai^c8S 

00008001 00^00806^^1. 

•Con-9ep'tion, n. the act of conceiving, 00^ 91 
dB^; the act of forming an idea, oo^oj^, 
oo^q8oo8^,oo^ooooSoo^ ; a concept, a no- 
tion, oo^d3co8|Sf,^oo^,oo^dBoo8^ooi099^. 

•Con-9§rn', v. t. to relate to, 00^008,00^0^$ ; to 
interest the feelings, c8^028c8^ Si 008. 

, n. that which relates to one, mS 

oD^oo8oo^c8ioo^(/i; business, affair, 00^ 
oo^80oqp,ooSo8ooS«i,ooSoooSoooQi; impor- 
tance, interest, moment, oo^ooS^oo^^oo^ 
oofSoo^^; care, solicitude, anxiety, 00^ 

OO^cS^OO^ C§,C0^00^8^ 00^08. 

Con-9grned', a. and^. p. concerned for, anzi- 

4o,W9lf;f&rl|ri].de,pf 8h;6.«.(^. silent; 9a88; 9has8h; g-M j; gasinget; s a8z;sugz; nasinlinger. 

Digitized by 



0U8, ooioooD^c8^,cx>pc8poD^c§; to be con- 
cerned in or with, 00|Sw«,o^o^S. 
'€on-9ern'ing, prep, regarding, pertaining to, 
GOiooo^; as, we have heard nothing con- 
cerning the teacher, ooioDC|poo9S|,^ooo^S 

■Con-9ern'ment, n. interest. See Concebn. 

•Con-jert', n. v. plan together, coi^cB^o^S 
oo^,«io25ooS. ,t?.t. See Concebt,i>.<. 

£!6n'9ert, n. agreement in a design, harmony, 
odSqio^SooS, ooSo3i{Sr8^cijSooS,coScjc8S88 
9 ; a musical entertainment, 00^0080^,3 

OOS,OOS8|0§S910D<S»001 yi8S^Soo8cX>^ ^008S. 

'€on-9es'sion, n. acknowledgment, confession, 
oo^dS^cSiojioooDS ; a grant, a boon. See 

-Conch (konk), n. a sea-shell, ^^f^ooo^. 

•Con-choFo-gist, n. yio3ioo«ic8^Soi^ooSoj^ooS 
(OsaD^ex)8Ss conchology. 

€!on-ch6l'o-gy, w. (fB^SjcD&»i), oo^ojj^ooScosoo^ 

•Con-^il'i-ate, v. t. to win over, reconcile, q\ 

'Con-9il'i-a'tion, w. reconciliation. See Concil- 

Con-jise', a. terse, brief, ooiooSo9cBi<j^c8i, ooi 

£!on-9i8e'nes8, n. terseness, brevity, ooSodcSi 

•Con-gis'ion, n. a cutting oflF, ooSojgdbScgSjOoS 
S^obScgS; circumcision. See eo$s. 9: j. 

fJon'clave, n. a private apartment, 00^000100 
c8^; a close meeting, oo^(]8^§j5£02^. 

£!on-clude', v. t. to decide, determine, «io3 
coiSog5,4^^^o6S; to finish, terminate, «i 
6i«i^,Qicx>ooi^,dBooSoo^;to infer, c88^oo^ 

coioo^o&iGo^^ioocS. ,r. i. to come to 

an end, close, oDooiSb. See Concludb,!;.^. 

fjon-clu'sion, n. end, deduction. See Conclude. 

fJon-clu'sive, a. decisive, final, o9iOQooo9i^b,cDi 

-€on-c6ct', V. t. to digest, 6Sc^t,Qio^«; to ripen. 

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mature, ogjS 6, q5 o ; to devise, plot, ojj5 
c8|Se8c8i, cx)i^r8^0DiodaowiOD^oooiooSoooi. 

•Con-coc'tion, n. See Concoct. 

-Con-com'i-tant, n. accompanying, attendant, 


•C6n'c6rd, w. a state of agreement, oo^oo^cSS, 
o>^c8\oc8S,oo^§o88c8SoooDt,oo^«2^S8tc8S ; 
friendly agreement, oo^dipc8Sogc8Soooo8, 
coS 00^ c6S 88 o c85 1» 00 8; harmony of 
sounds, oo^ooaoo(2Hc8|Se2c85889c8SoQao8. 

■Con-c6rd'an9e, n. o58o^cx>oo ojS coi »^^<b) c65 

00 01009^ §800030^8 Ot ^ 00 c8^C^80O0080dd8^.. 

See Agbeembnt. 
•€on-c6rd'ant, a. agreeing, correspondent, 

harmonious, OD^c8Sb,c^S88c8SoooD8,cD^ 

-Con-cdr'dat, w. a compact, a covenant, qo^q^ 

8^c8S 00001,09^ 001 ^c8ic6c8xc8SoooD8. 
-Con'course, n. a coming together, ooSo6§S; a 

collection, an assembly, oo^gS^§|S,ooicS^ 

'Con-cres'9en9e, n. See Concbete. v. i. 

•Gon-crete', v. i. to unite, coalesce, thicken, i* 

•Con'crete, a. not abstract. See Abstbact. 

•Con-cre'tion, n. a clot. See Concblte, v. i. 

■Con-cu'bi-nage, n. oo^d&poc>^«l,oDSQ8|5§8Jl©S. 

•Con'cu-bine, n. a mistress, oo^Jl.Jl©^, 

£Ion-cu'pis-9en9e, n. carnal desire, lust, coS 
db^ ooojidipoocS, 00^00800001 . 

£Ion-cu'pis-9ent, a. lustful, libidinous, lecher- 
ous, 0380002S00c8l. 

£!on-c(!Lr^ v. t • to meet in the same point, 00^ 
oDOiScBS, 00^ 03 «85 c85 ; to act jointly, 
unite, join, qicSxocSSo^SodS;— in opinion, 
to agree, co8§o8mjBSoooo8,oo8c8iog8So2S* 

•Con-ciir'ren9e,'Gon-ciir'ren-9y, n. SeeCoNcuB. 

•Con-ciir'rent, a. meeting. See Concub. 

-Con-cus'sion, ^n. agitation, shock, 0D^02i08b 
ooioo^oo|S8oo^oo8(SSoQoo8ooc8. See Shook. 

-Con-cus'sive, a. 00^^881 concussion. 

•Gon-demn', v. t. to censure, blame, oSo^Soo 
(i»^;topronoimee or adjudge guilty, sen. 

4,e,ifO,u,y,long; 2te,i,o,u,y, short; cftre. far. Ia8t,f|dl, wh^t; th^re, T§il, term; pique; ddne^ f6r, 

Digitized by 



tence, ft^^^to^i 6p^^bSwa)^a9o^G8^oo 
oSs. — I as unfit for use* ftsooioooo o^s oo^ 

f!on-dem'na-blei a. culpable, blamable, gisSi 

-Con'dem-na'tion, n. oo^ft^^^wp. 

Oon-dem'na-to-ry, a. condemning, cx>ioooSoo^ 

£!on-den'sa-ble, a. capable of being condensed, 

{Jon-den'sate, v. t. and v. i. to condense. See 

•Con'den-sa'tion, n. contraction, consolida- 
tion, oo^oo^o5so6Sb,oDSoopa8^o6Sb. 

fJon-den'sa-tive, a. ^g^Qio5so5^oo^. 

Oon-dense', v. t. to make more compact, com- 
press, consolidate, oSso6S,o5sooSodS; to in- 
spissate, OlODODl, QxoS, oioSoofs.— — f 
V. i. to thicken, ooaoio1,Qiad0386Soo|s. 

£!6n'de-8cend', v. i. to dispense with the privi- 
leges of rank or dignity, deign, oosoSpyi 
§^8ooS8i^c8Soooo888yi§^o3S8;to stoop, 
descend, dS^cSiodoDSo^b. 

fJ6n'de-89en'8ion, n. courtesy, ooS56^c8xooo9t, 
oo^oooSg8^g8oood8oo^. See Condescend. 

flon-dign', a. deserved, merited; as, condign 

f/on'di-menty n. a relish, a seasoning, cx>^coio 

^n-d?tion, n. a stateof being, situation, case, 
G8^oo^dB8ooi odoo^tosSsoo^ aSl0O^^100O3 0^8 
ooojS; rank,oo^oo8^o^9i,ad§^o^oi,oo^Q08 
b 00 ox 00^ co^ ; a term of a contract, a 
stipulation, a proviso, oo^ooi^c8i(fic8x 

c8S Od 09800100^0800^ QlOO^Od^XOOO^. 

fbn-dPtion-al, a. depending on conditions, 
hypothetical, OD^«o888oo^9d9^ooioo^oo&x 

O^OOttlOOOOCODl oqqS • 

^n-dole', V. i. to grieve at the distress of an- 
other, 02|Sao^o98c8xcoiyioxoD^^5oo^oD6od 
i8; to express sympathy for the grief of 
another, oocSi^SoxSx^^oo^Ssy iooi oooo^ 

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oo^o38o^t. -: — , V. t. See Condole, !?• i. 
fJon-do'lence, n. Condole. 
•Con-du9e', v.i. (with to), to promote^ advance, 

contribute, bcStcxAoooxoxcochSp §8 c8 »ix 

£!on-du'9ive, a. leading, tending. See Conduce. 
-Con-duct', V. t. to lead, guide, gioo^jQiojiooS ; 

to direct, control, &^^^, i^^^SoDb; 

one*s self, to behave, Qxbo^SoSxSgi. 

"Con'duct, n. behavior, deportment, 0000W8 

00^ »l,0000(^5o O8.0900^C^891 8. 

•Con-duct'or, n.that which conducts, oo^s^ioo^, 
ooScQcS ; a conductor of water, oodBicS, 
ooc^icB, a leader, a guide, ^iagioo^,^iQx 

•Con'duit (-dit), n. a pipe, 06001^81 ; a canal, 06 
og;a cock, o&ooi^Sx(S^88f ^6S. See Cook. 

€6ne, n. (c8^i) oo^<j[|i{5o9ooip,ooSj^8^,oDSc888S. 

•Gon-filb'u-la'tion, n. familiar talk, oo^S^o^SS. 

•€6n'fect,£Ion-fec'tion, n. a comfit, 00^00^ ,odS 


•Con-fec'tion-er, n. yicoiooQxoo^ec^. 

•Con-fed' er-a-9y, "Gon-fed'er-a'tion, n. alliance, 

£!on-fed'er-ate, v. i. and v. t. to unite, ally, ^ 

c8S000D800l00C0c8 »11 Ol GH c86 00 008 00 8^. 

•Gon-fed'er-ate, n. yiooioogSooi confederation 
00^1. , a. oo^w888confederation. 

•Con-fer',t?. advise with, consult together, 

o2^o:2Sc8Soooo8,a3i^r8^c8Sooo3t. , v.t 

to bestow, grant, oo^oo^,o9^c8iQo^,op|S 

•e6n'fer-en9e, w. ooSaoi|5c8^c85ooo98; a meeting 
for consultation, ooS(fip5^03iprB^c85oS. 

•Con-fess', v. t. to acknowledge a fault, (^c8i 
c^xc8ioo^b8008; to admit as true, a^^dix 
oooo8 00iooe^oo^o&ioo^^i; to own, ac- 
knowledge, oScglcSjSoooo^^^oo^fS, 0000^^8 

•Con-fes'sion, n. See Confess. 

•Con-fess'or, who confesses his sipSjji 
QOioo6bc8ic^xc8ioooo^8oo8; one who pub- 
licly acknowledges his faith, yiooioooS 

4gy W9lf;fiirl,ri|de, pfsh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; ^ as gz; as in linger. 

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^on'fi-dant', n.m. ) yiooiofScSiSs^dSiooiooD^ 

£I6n'fi-daDte',n./, ) lojpoooSooS^ SoSiSgioooi. 

fJon-fide', vj. to give in charge, intrust, (fol- 
lowed by to), copc8iooooSooiyiooi(»^S^^Sb 

ootS. , V. i. to believe, (followed by 

in), ^5(fii,caoo^oDf,iooco8o9i^i. 

£l6n'fi-den9e, n. trust, ooS^§ooySooi^; trust in 
another, reliance, oo^^5|3y^oi ; trust in 
one's self, self-reliance, fSc8iooo3so^b; 
boldness, courage, oo^cS^Ssooods^ooo}^. 

"Con'fi-dent, a. having confidence, secure, ods 
9Sooc8^o3GS|S,f SoDtf^oD^ooGS^; undaunted, 
bold, ^ooofS, 

-Gon'fi-den'tial (-shal), a. trusty, trustworthy, 
cDiogiEfS(8i;notto be divulged, secret, 


"Con-fig'u-ra'tion, n- exterior form, figure, 
shape, oD^ 008,00^0002^0081. 

fJon'fine, n. border, edge, limit, oooo^i,ooa)C|^i 
Q^oo€j^ic6t,oocB«8pcB8fn;jpZ.— of a country, 
common boundary, c8StDii,rBSoooD^i,cBS 


•Con-fine', v. t. to shut up, keep close, impri- 
son, o«of35ao5,o:j5i^o6S«oS; to restrain, re- 
strict, fflooS: to bocor fined,to be brought 
to bed, oo^oo^a^8oo),oopancx)iooSG8^J^8. 
, V. i. to border, ifi^ooioooDcj^i. 

■Con-fine' ment, n. See Coijfine, v. t. 

•Con-firm', t?. <. to make firm, establish, qicxjjii, 
QioiSQio:jjpi,t^sc8^i5c8^ocj3n; to ratify; as, 
to confirm or ratify a treaty, wicxgiiooS 

£!6n'fir-ma'tion,n. establishmentSee Confi&m. 

•Con-firm'a-tive, •Con-firm'a-to-ry, a. tending 
to confirm, oo^ttsStoo^ci^ioi^Qiajfpioo^. 

•fJon'fis-cate, "Con-fis'cate, v.t. o5i^^c^yioioo 
00^00108^ 000902^ 00 c8, o5*^^ yi oxfncoS. 

, a. coi 0000^00^ o&t|^ogSooi o 8^ 00 00 


■Con'fis-ca'tion, w. See Confiscate. 

f!5n'fla-gra'tion, n. Q^o|^^o9^o88^oto6^. 

fJon-flicf, V. i. to dash or strike against, resist, 

98 CON 

to be in opposition, dBq^c8o)c8Soooot. 

€6n'flict, n. ooSoo}58c85ooo9«,ooSc8i)c8Soooot. 

£!dn'flu-en9e, 9n the meeting place or junction 
of two or more streams,o6oooo^ooo^oopoo» 
oi^c8Soooo8ooc8^ ; a concourse, an assem- 
blage, yicbcS^gf q§poQc8S,oDSc8f §pq§^. 

■Con'flu-ent, a. flowing together, as an erup- 
tion, 5o3^ic8^, j|Og. , n. 060000^ a> 

e^oo^oDoi^cSSoooDi. See Confluence. 

■Con'flux, n. See Confluence. 

•Con-f6rm', v. t. to make like in form, ©looS o» 

nj^OoStSoStOOODcSlOcSScSSoOOOsStOO^OO 8 00^ 

obSoooioi; to make like in mind or man- 
ners, Qxo288c8toc8Sc8Sodo3t,»ic^S8t^o& 

o8ooQiooooSc^oi«- , V. t. to comply 

with, qtc^t8Soo^ooo2^adC0^3d8ooobSoo9. 
•Con-f6rm'a-ble, a. corresponding, similar, ocxi 
ooc^cSSSs^b; compliant, coiooSoSscSioS 


£!6n'for-ma'tion,M. structure, form, make, 00^ 

€on-f6rm'ist, n. a conformer, yiog^oo^ooloD^ 

■Con-f6rm'i-ty, n. correspondence, resem- 
blance, congruity. See Confobmablb. 

•Con-found', v. t» to confuse, «io3o5Sop^,ooo6S 
op^ojBooS. See o8i. 00: a;— rthe mind, to 
perplex, QioiQ^o3t,Qinoo^ioD8; to occa- 
sion a mistake, i^cSodS^ooq^oo^; to aston- 
ish,<^8oogio30^;to discomfit, qsoooScSio^i. 

•Con-found'ed, p. a. confused, perplexedi ooio^ 


•Con'fra-ter'ni-ty, n. a brotherhood, c^i^cBSo^ 
ootS8^^b^ooo8soooDQi . 

•Con-front', v. t. to face, g8^ooi^^,g8^(^S; as, 
to confront witnesses, Qiobtoj^^mo^o^ 
ooit^^cSSoooDi; to withstand, oppose, cB^ 

'Con*fu§e', t;. /• to confound. See Confound. 

•Con-fu§6d'f p. a.— appearance, ^Sooo^ioooot,^ 
oo^^oog^,Q3j|oo^, oog^o;^ ; perplexed in 
mind, ODtgiQ^,ooi0902t, oo<oooira<i^; 

M,itdtO,y,long; i,S,i,o,u,j^, short; cfire, fir, Ii8t»f§ll, wh^t; thSre, vfiil,tSnB; piqne; donef fStej 

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CON 99 

ashamed, abashed, ^S^s* 
Con-ft'sion, n. disorder, ooSc^c^oooSo^fcSS 
oood8»oo^(»(^5qcB^; tumult, oo^ooidB^ooi 

shame, abashment, oo^^S^s. 

£!6n'fd-ta'tion, n. refutation. See Confute. 

£!on-fute', v. t. to overthrow, refute, oocSxc^ 
oo^i09c8itD^oo^; to show to be false, dis- 
prove, q^s^^opxoo^ooiooooQ^booo^. 

€on'gey ft. O0^|8^800^Q0s8tOD^00tOtc8S000D8So&S 

oo^t^xoSoiooioD^ooog^ooS^ooodo^S. (rare). 
€on-geal^ i^.t. to freeze, stiffen, coagulate, ^ 

cSioDooi. , V. t. qgc8iooaoioOiQO^Od^. 

fJon-geal'ment, n. od^cB^c8^c8|So9ioo^^^ooc8. 
{)on.gee\ w. rice-gruel, oxoo; Jnrfta. a jail, tSS. 
€6n'ge-la'tion, n. See Congeal. 
€on-ge'ni-al, a. of the same temper, sympa- 
thetic, kindred, oosSoSicSiocSScSSoooot ; 

suitable, adapted, agreeable, ex>^c8S,oo^ 

fJon-ge'ni-^'i-ty, n. affinity. Sec Congenial. 
€on-gen'i-tal,€on-gen'ite, a. born at the same 

time, c8^^03«)&S; connate, cS^^^o^S. 

See Connate, 2rf. dcf. 
f)on-ge'ri-es, M. a heap, a combination, oAch 

€on-ge8t^, I', t, to accumulate, qt^s^^oo^. 
fJon-ges'tion, n. oo^^^q«jOoScg^^s§^. See Con- 
€on-glo'bdte, r. t. oi<]||i^odgoi^g8^. ,a.cS^ 

€on-glom'er-ate, v. t. to collect into one mass, 

€on-glom'er-a'tion, n. See Conglogmebate. 

€on-glu'ti-nate, v. t. to glue together, qi^ojs 

o^SStoo^^oj^s^ , a. glued together, ooi 


f)on-grat^u*lHte, v. U to express sympathet- 
ic joy, iioo^yicoioo^f oot^ooi(»oo|S ojjit 

fSon-grafu-la'tion, n. See Congeatulatb. 
€oii-grat^u-la-to-ry, a^anoo^sooioooj^^ooi^o^S 


SsyicDioeooSajjisoo^ ^jSSoSiS gioocS* 
fJoni'gre-gate, v. i. to assemble, come together,. 

meet, (]8^§f ,(fi^§p^§^«^5. , v. t. to 

collect into an assembly, i^^stSlS^So^S. 
€6n'gre-ga'tion, n. oDS(]8S§f ,0DS(fi^§p8. 
£!6n'gre-ga'tion-al, a. oopcx:8S8oo^(]8^§^8, oo^ 

wsSs Congregationalism. 
£!6n'gre-ga'tion-al-ism, n. o^SooooScSf §^8oDi» 


^^Sode^ooorjjlo^b. See Indepenpent. 
•Con'gre-ga'tion-al-ist, n. yi^58ooiooc8^S85<^ 

Congregationalism ooo^ooco^ooo. 
•Coi/gress, n. o68ic8S8io^oi,o3SoooioS 91,0001 f 

•800Q0^(]S^§S001c8^0QQ^O9l00^1, Q^ O SSot 
8^0Dl8d&^^^Ol0D^O3^O0^800q^ OOl 00 8 c8^ 
8b OOlSooSQ^OOOD^I . 

£!on-gres'sion-al, a. oo^eotSs congress. 

■Con-gru'i-ty, n. fitness, harmony, oo^oo^cBS, 

"Con'gru-ous, a. suitable, accordant, harmoni- 
ous, oDp,oD^c85,Qi8,cjjc8588c85,c8ioc85. 

"Con'ic, -Con'ic-al, a. ooooSoo8ic8io5fB^x (cone)» 

•C6n'ics,n.ooSo2J5ooS8oscx>p«D88icone8. See Cone. 

£!on-ject'ur-al, a. surmised, guessed, oo^toiSr 


•Con-ject'ure, v. t. to surmise, guess, €88^oo^,o> 
ooSooS. , n. mSSQ^jCo^coooSa^o^S. 

•Con-join', v. t. to join together, bcDSQ2S,bo2f 
o^Sj^ojscBS. See Join. 

-Con-joint', a. united, connected, associated, 
oDi oogS^o^Sc8Soo^,ooioo^c85oooo8. 

•Con'ju-gal, a. matrimonial, connubial, oo^oot 


"Con'ju-ga'tion, n. See Conjugate. 
•Con'ju-gate, v. t. q^80o^«cj5c85,c^iti2SooS. 
€6n-junct', a. met together, ooiwcd^o^S^; 

united, joined, G8^o)S,ooti5io^S. (rare), 
flon-janc'tion, n* union, concurrence, oo^oo^ 


oo^cocSiGOi ooo^8QO^ax:Siooca6^8809ca6po9d& 


£!on-junct'ure, n. a combination of events^ 

d$,w9lf;{((irlfrgde,pg8h;e.«\{^. 8ileat;9asa; 9has8h; g-as j; gasinget; §asz;sa8g9;fiia8inli9g6r» 

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crisis, 0O^0OQpi0QO3cS^00^ODc8Sc8SwO3i; u- 

nion, (x>Soopci2^S,oo^cDpootc85. 
HCon-jure', v. t. to call on by a sacred name, 
implore earnestlj, tooogsooSooioo^ooSp 

•Con'jure, v. t. to practic magic, enchant, qxco 

•€dn'jur-er, w. a magician. See Cokjube. 

€!6n'nate,'Con-nate', a. born at the same time, 
cSpijj^o^S ; inborn, innate, implanted by 
nature, ojStxjSSs^iooiocS^^^oSicJi; Bot. 

^02800098001 OoS|So08. 

^n-nat^u-ral, a. partaking of the same na- 
ture, oo^^e^So88c8Soooo8,oof,ooi^So88c8Soo 
008, See Connate. 

fJon-necf, v.t. to knit, link, or fasten togeth- 
er (in various ways), Qxbojsci^^jC^ioo^o^S, 

•€on-nectfed, a, related, 8oj8,§oj8SooSc85oooo8. 
■Con-nec'tion, n. union, junction, alliance, ooS 
oo^o2Sc8S,oo^ao^tD8c8S,oo^8o28So6^c8S od 


•€on-necf!ve, a. oo^o^8oo^8oiooo3a* , n. 

a conjunction. See Conjunction, last def. 
-Con-niv'an9e, n. See Connive and Collude. 
fJon-nive', v. i. to forbear to see a fault, wink 

at wrong-doing, ooo8^c8|Soo^yiooiQOwioo^ 



^lon'iiois-seur' (kSn'nis-sjir'), w. c^iooioo^^gl 
00^009^000101 5 oo'i <^8 ooS 8i, ^ 48 (music), 

-6on-nu'bi-al, a. conjugal, nuptial, ooj5oo888oo^ 


-€l6n^quer(k6nk'er), v, ^. to overcome, subdue, 
subjugate, tfifu,oifn<»i»o^oo^; to gain 
one's end, succeed, cfiioo^Soj«i|Sb,«i(^ 

^6n'quer-a-ble, a. ooiooifii(8io^. 
fjon'quer-or, n. yicoioogi^iiQicD^ooS. 
-Con'quest, n. subjugation, victory, oo^QifUQi 
to^oo^; that which is conquered^ 00^001 


•€6n'8an-guin'e-al,£!6n'san-guin'e-ous, a. rela- 
ted by birth, ooooo2Sc8,oo|^,coioo8^o» 

•€6n'san-guin'i-ty, n. See Consanguineous. 

£!dn'scien9e, (cB^jjijS) n. the moral sensej the 
moral faculty, ooic5588^cB8boo8coiodo^^ 
^ 3^00^ ,co8oo8oooo8iooi 000^^^1^10100^91 


•Con'sci-en'tious, a. scrupulous, exact, just, up- 
right, ^^^Soof ^conscienceooooc^^. 

•Con'sci-en'tious-ness, n* See Conscientious. 

•Con'scion-a-ble, a. governed by conscience, 
reasonable, Q{^88c8ioc8S88Conscience. 

•Con'scioiis (con'shus), a. knowing the opera- 
tions^of one's own mind, sensible, oop^ 
c8ig^oooo8; inwardly persuaded, aware, 

£!6n'scious-ness, n. See Conscious. 

-Con'script, n. (^i(X)ioooi|SbQOi»^^ioooo88tof8 


£!on-scrip'tion, n. oo^c^s^Sc/iooSicoie^^i. 

•Con'se-crate, v. U to make, or declare to be, 
sacred, oS8ai^ooiogioo6iodc8; to devote to 
the service of Grod, ug^oj^oo^coioooomcS^ 
o\c8c^iooc8od({^oo8^,oS8 8^^001 ogiod 8^. 

€on'8e-cra'tion, n. See Consecrate. 

•€on-sec'u-tive, a. successive, SoocbSScBSooooo 
oi88oo6xooo88; as, consecutive words, ooS 

■Gon-sent', v. t. to be of the same mind, ac- 
cord, concur, oo8So88c8ioc8So2S; to agree 
to, allow, concede, 09^0)^8, of ^cSioooot. 

, n. harmony of parts, agreement, 


•Con'sen-ta'ne-ous, a. consistent with, suita- 
ble, c^88c8S,oo^c8S889c8S. 

£!on'8e-quen9e, n. that which naturally fol- 
lows, a result, an effect, oo^^g^SS^oo^ 


oo^oooiQJSoocS ; importance, 00^009^08^, 
oo^ooio@i8c88^oo9^,oo^coiooog8G6^; of no 
consequence, oocig8 oo c8p cop ; in conse- 
quence of, oQcS,oo8^ooc8. 

a,e,ifd,u,y,long; a,e,i,d,u,y, short; cArea far. list, fi^ll, whfit; thSre, v§il, tSrm; pique; d6ne, fftr. 

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CON 101 

-Con'se-quen'tial (-shal), a. consequent, ooi oo 
<»todcotooioo^oSixx>^§iooc8, pompons. See 

-Con'ser-va'tion, n. preservation.See Conseeve. 

fJon-seiVa-tive, a. preservative, (iB^SsooSooco 
8iooiooooqsooscj{5oos8xooSoD^; opposed to 
change, oooosG6pooiooSojoo(i>c8Soocx>8cooi. 

^n-seiVa-to-ry, w.ooSoocS^c^ooSoo^ojoooftsSioo 
91008^ ; that which conserves. See Cok- 


-CoD-serve', v. t. to save, preserve, QitfiiSooi 

S§xSo8s(»ojoooos<jSoos8ioooi. 1 n. a 

sweet-meat, oo^ooj5,oo^e)o^ooo^ooQOi. 

€on-8id'er, v. t. to think upon, ponder, dBS^eS 
«s(x>S,s88po6o6cD»coi; to have regard to, 
estimate, uScfeooS. 

fJon-sid'er-a-ble, a. respectable, note-worthy, 
GB^SsoocotoooDSioDS^co COS ; moderately 
large, odlS^S^oosoosyGB^oocDloo^i. 

-fion-sid'er-ate, a. thoughtful, reflective, ^§S 
cSS^odV, careful, discreet, ^gSocS^oooos; 
not rigorous, kind, ooo5c8od^oooos. 

fion-sld'er-a'tion, n. thoughtfulness, contem- 
plation, oo^dBodS^oocosotoot; respect, re- 
gard, oD^ojsdSp; motive, reason, object 
in view, ooSoo9S,»ooSoo8^ooiS,oo^oo8S. 

'Con-sign' (kon-sm'),t;. t. to commit, intrust, as- 
sign, oo^c8i,oSc8i,oSooioo^^i. 


fJon-sign'er,'Con-sign'or, n. yiooioooopc8ioSc8i 

fJon-sign'ment, n. the act of consigning, ooS 
oj^c8ioSc6iodScoi<^ioi; goods consigned, 
odSooi yio9^c6io5c8ib. 

^n-sist', V. i. to be, exist, subsist, cbooS,G8pdB» 
ooS.— Consist of, coi6ib8tooSoSxooS§i. — 
Consist with, od{Sc858scjjc8588oo^oioooi. 

€bn-sist^en9e,'Con-sist'en-9y, n, the state of be- 
ing, existence, oa odSoS^ooSsBb ; a degree 
of density, firmness, oSj; harmony of 
parts, congruity,ooooSioDi5oj^c8S8s3c65b. 

flon-slst'ent, a. firm, hard, not fluid, cx>odi,65; 
accordant, congruous, uniform, ooioo«2 


fJon-sTs'to-ry, n. Rom. Cath.a,ndEnff. Church. 
a church tribunal, cdc^^odi 00 4^ ^p 8 05 

•Con-so'ci-ate, v. t. to associate, ^c8Sooco8,oiod 
cB8ooS,«ioj5ooS; to unite, oS^^ojS. 

"Con-so'ci-a'tion, n. ooSj^cBSodSjOoSod^odscSSoo 
oosoocjjOoScS^^^oDcoc^i. See Association. 

-Con'so-la'tion, n. comfort, solace, ooS^Sopi,coS 
^Soj^^jSoDs; a cause of comfort, ooS«i^5 
dB^opi,ooS<j^8cjSc8^02x, ooS qz oj^ ^ co8 ^ c8^ 
oji. See Comfort. 

•Con-sol' a-to-ry, a. comforting, consoling, <x)i flo 


•Con-sole', V. t. to comfort, solace, cheer, t^8^5 

•Con-sol'i-date, v. i. to become firm, hard or 

solid, oooDic8j5,oSc8|B,cBidB^. , v. t 

to make firm, hard or solid, «ic8iooo3i 
c8p,Qio5c8^,gic8Sc8^c8^; to unite two or 
more things into one, oS^^o^Soo^. 

■Gon-Bol'i-da'tion, n. See Consolidate. 

•C6n'so-nan9e, n. See Consonant. 

•Gon'so-nant, a. agreeing in sound, harmoniz- 
ing, 00p008S80O^00ODC2^C2c8S88 c8S 00 008 ; 

accordant, consistent, agreeable, coi 00 

C2c85883,c8ioc85,oo^c85,@i888. , w. 

a letter but imperfectly sounded by itself, 

•Con-s6rt', v. i. to associate, G8^ojSdB8oj5,(fi^oo 

cB8c85,c8pGj^c8S,Qio^5oo^. , v. t. to 

unite in marriage, ooc85^c8S. 

•Con'sdrt, n. a companion, (»o3cB8,ooooiqooo 
cB8; a partner in marriage, ol, 01. 

•Gon-spic'fj-ous, a. easy to be seen, manifest, 


■Con-spic'u-ous-ness, n. ooooSfi8^(j5l,ooooSc8SoB. 
'Con-spir'a-9y, n. a plot, acabaljOoSooi^cBpo^S 

c8S00008OD1 OdCOtflOOl oo^oooioi. 

•Con-spir'a-tor, n. a plotter, yiooiooooi^cB^o^S 

00^880003c8800<3^So880DOl001 QloSoO^ODOl. 

■Con-spire', v. t. to concert or plan a crime, ckti^ 
fB^cn^SooScoioooDwiooi Qi c8 00^ 00 6i ox; to 

do, wplf ;furl,rQde, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; 9 as in linger. 

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concert or plot treason, a^i^rB^o^ooSooi 

»oD^c8pooS. , v.i, to concur to one 

end, QiQ^^oQ^o^o^SsSsooioD^oo&idSodS^. 

•Con'sta-ble, n. an officer of the peace, 8c8Sc8S 

■Gon-stab'u-la-ry, a. oo^cosSsScSScSl. 

•Con'stan-jy, n. See Constant. 

-Con'stant, a. permanent, fixed, ooiooGS^eScS^ 
i>:j5ii,G8j5c8:fi; perpetual, oDdBojSoop. 

€6n'steHa'tion, n. a group of fixed stars, oo^ 


•Con'sti-pate, v. t. to obstruct or stop, agoSS 
€o5,o8ooSooS, oo^SodSooS; to make cos- 
tive, ttlOJIlOOlOI. 

•Con'sti-pa'tion, n. costiveness. See Constipate. 

'€!on-stit'u-en-9y, n. a body of electors or vo- 

■Gon-stit'u-ent, a. elemental, ooioacfecS^ojSStoo 

oooicS. , w. an essential part, odS(^ 

c8^txjS8«ooSoo|S8^oooic8; one that consti- 
tutes, an elector. See Constituenct. 

£!6n'sti-tute, v. t. to set, establish, appoint, oS, 

-Con'sti-tu'fcion, n. the act of constituting, ooS 
H«G8^c8f oo^,oDS«ic8poDS,ooS«i<fec8^ooS; o- 
ij^i ^ r.lce, natural condition, coScb 
(S^ha^Qo^obSo^ojSoo Sx ; an established 
form of government, organic law, ooS 

i ^ ^^c83lf ^8l00^800 C^^ 90 S 00 C^S 90 G| 8 O 

fJon'sti-tii'tion-al, a. ooioocgc85889; inherent 
in the structure of body or mind. See 

-Con'sti-tu'tion-ari-ty, n. ooSoj^c8S883§8 consti- 

fJon-strain', v. t. to compel, force, Qi8{pQi88. 

•Con-strained', p. a. as, constrained manners, 
o8poD(b. See Constbaik. 

'€k>n-straint', n. compulsion, ooSqi82^qi88. 

fjon-strict', v. t. to bind, cramp, contract, oo 

102 CON 


■Gon-strict'ed, p. a. contracted, oDaD8,QioDOoi. 

•Gon-stric'tion, n. a contraction, a shrinking,. 

■Con-stringe', v. t. to contract, cg8,o^8^8,o^8o5^» 

"Con-strm'gent, a. ooioocxj8ag8ooS,ooi9o«iad8ooS. 

■Con-struct', v. t. to build, erect, form, ooodS, 

•Con-struc'tion, w. the act or manner of con- 
structing, ODS02^c8^ODS,ODS«lcfedB^ODS,ODS 

oo(^c8^ooSoo8 ; explanation of meaning^ 
sense, ooS(}^8cjjldB^oDSoooS»8SooSog8. 

•Con'strue, v. t. to translate, interpret, oi28g8^ 
ooSo ^ ; to explain the meaning of, in- 
terpret, q8^^<g)c8^oo9^oo85oo8o^. 

•Con'sub-stan'tial, a. of the same nature or es- 
sence, co-essential, goioo^^8^§o88c6ioc8S 

•Con'sub-stan'ti-a'tion, n. TheoL ooSo8|5ojic8oji 

0O^00l00&8b, c8^S8tD68C0001Oc8^O€8 001^80^ 

■Gon'sul, n. the chief magistrate of the ancient 
Roman republic, odi^qioocSoo^^oo^^ 

O^o8^CX)O100l00d3^8800cd^S^^^08oS^ 00 o\ 

oD^ooo^boDiS; a person commissioned to 
protect in a foreign country the inter- 
ests of his own, o8^oD'iooG8eii(dieiioS8C9i 

■Con'su-lar, "Con'su-la-ry, a. oo^?x)888 consul. 

•Con'su-late, Con'sul-ship, n. the office of a 
consul odcS^ooc^. 

■Con-suit', V. i. to advise together, oj^ojScBS 

Q00D8, ODl^ cB^ttjScBS 00 0D8. , V, t. tO 

ask advice, eooo^n^^eii; to have regard 
to, consider, c88^d3Q80D^§oooo^QD8 8809^ 


■Gon'sul-ta'tion, n. See Consult. 

•Con-sume', v, t. to destroy, in various ways, 
«ioD88iogS; — by corroding, to rust, c6^ 
oo^dBp 83dS, c8^ S^ coiS; — by wearing a- 
way, to wear out, gicjicgS; — by eating, 
cSjSogS; — by fire, o^a|Q8^ooi5o§S, &c. 

•Con'snm-mate, v. t. to achieve, perfect, com- 

&fe,i,o,(j,y,long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; care, far, la8t,f§ll, wh^^t; th^re, vfiil, term; pique; done, fdxt 

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CON 103 

plete, Qiopioooi,Qi(^c8^iOiopioooDic8^^i 

CoD-sum'matef a. complete, perfect, oocoioo^i. 

fJon'sum-ma'tion, n. completion, perfection, 

£lon-8ump'tion, n. a disease, ooS^goI^oo^o^ssoI 
ooooo^S; waste* decay. See Consume. 

€on-sump'tivo, a. inclined to consumption, coi 
oooo^ooSojg; consuming, coioogicOgSiooS. 

f)on'tact, n. touch, oD^a>^8oo^o6«,ooSoo^oDc85. 

fJon-ta'gion, n. infection, ooSgoIoo^^cxdiooco^ss 
00^; contagious disease, oo^colooioe^j^ 
oo^csoD^jODioooo^ojoo^oSooS; moral con- 
tagion, cx>So«ooSqiod^©8c85oooo8. See In- 

€on-ta'gious, a. catching, communicable, ^ 

-Con-tain', v. t. to comprise, comprehend, c8^ 

be able to hold, gSooS^ioSi^iji. , 

v.i. o^ia^S; to restrain desire, c:Bioood8,88 


"Con-tam'i-nate, v. t. to corrupt, pollute, taint, 
«ioo^ooioo^c8,«ioooD^oo^ooS;as, to con- 
taminate the mind, qiodsSioocj^ooods, 

•Con-tam'i-na'tion, n. See Contaminate. 

■Con-temn', v. t. to despise, slight, scorn, oooS 

"Cou'tem-plate, or "Con-tem' plate, v.t. to con- 
sider, meditate on, og^dBS^oo^oooocosGOs; 
to have in view, propose, ^SodSooS; to in- 
tend, purpose, oScSiooodscoiooodqiod^oSi 

"Con'tem-pla'tion, n. See Contemplate. 
"Con-tem'pla-tive, a. thoughtful, meditative, 

fJou-tem'po-ra'ne-ouSj-Con-tem'po-ra-ry, a. ooi 

oococ^|c8SoooD8|Ooioo8iS o88c8SoooD8. See 


fJon-tempt', n, scorn, disdain, a>^oDo5(^oo^oOi 


'Con-tempt'i-ble, a. worthy of contempt, base, 


mean, vile, [ooiooo@i8oS(^g8iooiooS^oo 
©i,c30i oooo85oDd8^oo^ ,ooS ^^. 
•Con-tempt'u-ous, a. scornful, disdainful, inso- 
lent, CO13dq^^g^O<^00^,00100»lOD^00o1, oS 

(^bSooo^oo^Go^ooiod oSs. 

■Con-tend', v. i. to strive, vie, contestf «i g-r 
cSS, «i@^c85; to quarrel, wrangle, dis- 
pute, ooicBS, o©^c85«88 05ic85ooo98; ta 
fight, n8c85oDic85oooD8,c8c85»oo8.— Con- 
tend for, (^S^^Sc8£ooS. 

€on-tent', a. satisfied, contented, cBf S ogp 6 

0D8. , V. t. to satisfy the mind, quiet^ 

QiQC2^oco8; to please, gratify, ^iiioo^o^ 
0D8,Qi^S(»0D8. , n. moderate happi- 

ness, contentment, satisfaction, oo^ocj^ 
oco8,oo^g8|5 q cj^ o 0D8 ; acquiescence, m\ 


■Con' tent, n. -Con'tents, J>1. that which is con^- 
tained, ooSg8^coiooS^i,ooSo^oj8ooio&S^t:; 
contents of a book, a table of contents, 


-Con-tent'ed, a. to be content, satisfied, cS^^ 


-Con-ten'tion, n. strife, contest, oo^oopcSS dB8: 
opi; controversy, debate, ooSoSc8S:^c8?, 

■Con-ten' tious, a. apt to contend, quarrelsome, 

■Gon-tont'ment, n. content, ooSSo2^6oo8,odS(3BS 
^02^0008; gratification, od^^So^^^Soos. 

"Con-tesf , V. i. to strive in opposition, vie, «i 
gic85,«i@^c85,«ic^5c8S. , v. <. to dis- 
pute, contradict, o^cfi5c§c8S,668c8Sc8c8S. 

■Con'test, n. conflict, strife, oDSgic85,ooS@^c85, 
ooS<^5c8S; dispute, debate, a>S668c85iflc8S- 

•Con' text, n. ooSodc8iooiScoi^. 

•Gon-text'ture, n. See Textubb. 

•Con'ti-gii'i-ty, w. close contact, ccSo^zo^torAdi^, 

■Con-tig'u-ous, a. in contact, touching, adja- 
cent, adjoining, 028028,028c8So3S (55,00^ 
028C8S ,001 Oob 0^8, Q1 0obO28(SS . 

•Con'ti-nenje, •C6n'ti-nen-9y, n. self-restraint, 
chastity, oo^cBi9ocos,oDS880oaM. 

4o,wQlf;f&rl,,pi;8h;e,$.o. silent; 9088; 9ha88h; g-as j; gasinget; ga8z;sa8gz; oas in linger. 

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*€on'ti-nent9 a. temperate, chaste, cS^rSioocoa, 

£!6n'ti-nent'al, a. aD^co«8« continent, 
•€!on-tin'gen9e, ■Con-tin'gen-9y, n. casualtji 

chancei possibility. See Contingent. 
£!on-tm'gent, a. fortuitous, po6sible,coioooDc8i 

O0Sc8l«b8,0OODy^O0lS00^, 00^^888 OdSoSoSoO 

©SoS. , n. a contingent event, odS«i 

O^00CX>8§0&lSglCX>1 O 00 OD^ ^)^^ ^^^ ^^ 9 ^ 

quota, ooSog^^ioo^^ic^i^igiSoooD^ ^\ es 

-Con-tm'u-al, a. constant, lasting, continuous, 

^on-tin'u-an§e, w. See Continue. 

fJon-tin'u-a'tion, n. the act of continuing, ooS 
Qioo^ooofScS, odSqioo^odcSo^ScS, ooSqiooS, 
ooSqiooSoooo^cS; that which is continued 
or supplemented, oDS«io8,ooS«ioilc8^. 

-Con-tin'ue, v. i. to remain, abide, stay, dS^os, 
oS^cSa; to be permanent, endure, gS^&S 
g8^o!J5ii; to persevere, persist, <i)i&Sqi 
oign; to do without ceasing, «iooSooocj^5 

V. t. to prolong, protract, «ic8dBpooS» 
coi3da)d3,Qio5SG8^. See it. c^6: oo. 

•Con'ti-nu'i-ty, n. See Continuous. 

£Ion-tin'u-ous, a. without cessation, 00100001 

OOc8l(feSoj^5oof, C0l(»©80O05^OjSc8500OD8, 

001 oooocB^cocSSoolS . 

•Gon-tdrt', V. t. to twist together, writhe, «i o 
&Soo?,«ioooioo8i, tticogojgoosooa. 

£!on-t6r'tion, w. See Contobt. 

£!on'tour, n. the line that bounds a figure, out- 
line, oo^8iooSooc^S6booooc^io68oio8. 

^on'trkfLat. prep, a prefix, against, 0080^. 

•Con'tra-band, a. forbidden; as, contraband 
goods, co^«o88ioo^o|Sa:>^cx:)i 00^ 001 o 8^ 00 
00^00^00^8001 30oocbiob5cbioDi,oo1oDS^iooS 
l^oof . , n. See Contbaband, a. 

£!on-tract', v. i. to grow narrow, oS^c8i ; to 

shrink, cg8c8i ; to bargain, cSSoo^^ioo^oo 
o5i, ooi^c8ic8c8ic8Soooo8ooiooSgaoo^coJooS 
00^1. , V. t. to reduce to a less com- 
pass, shorten, lessen, «ioo8c8i,«io5fc8i; 
to wrinkle, «iC3g«c8i,ocj8cg«c8i ; to bring 
on, incur; as, a debt, aD«Sc8f ; as, a dis- 
ease, oo^ooSocJl; as, a habit, ^8^^^, i^8<^ 

•Con'tract, n. a formal bargain, a compact, ooS 
001 ^c8ic8 c8ic8Soo 00 8001 oo^oSioo^ ^1008^. 

■Con-tract'ed, p. a. of limited views, narrow, 
ooiod 00800^, o6^oo^oooc))oo^, So&soo^oooSs, 
00^0^^00^008 ooS c»^ q) §1 ; mean, selfish, 


•Con-trac'tion, n. See Contbact, v. i. 
•Con-tract^or, n. yioDiooq8G8pdB^ contract. 
fJon'tra-dict', v. t. to oppose in words, deny, 
oScSS^cfiS; to be contrary to, oppose, c8 

0lc8S Oa O08,OD8a3lc8S00008. 

■eSn'tra-dic'tion, n. denial, ooSoSc8Sc§c8S, ooS 
c8o)c8S; incongruity, ooSoo«j^c6588c8S. 

£!6n'tra-dict'o-ry, a. See Contbadiction. 

■Con'tra-dis-tinc'tion, n. distinction by con- 

•Con'tra-dis-tin'guish, v. t. to distinguish by 
contrast, (}^8^{SooSs>oioaioicoioocSi^c85 
0000888001 oQcotncSSoooDsSooiSgiooo^. 

•Con'tra-po-sftion, n. opposite position, 00^ 
c8poDc8ic8ic8Soooo8, ooSc6^oooiSc8Soooo8, 

•Con'tra-ri'e-ty, n. opposition, discrepancy, ooS 

"Con'tra-ry, a. opposite, adverse, 00^00888098; 
perverse, fro ward, cSfcSdlcfiS, cSf 008 

0011,^^00^. , n. ooSoo8o^,ooSoo8oon, 

ooSc8q^c8o)c85oooo«, ooSoooo^c85oo889. 

■Con-trast', v. t. c8f od@iooSodoj^oo88c85ooo38o 
6iSoS80ooS 008S oooocfe.5oo8oo(jpc8pboo8S . 

•Con'trast, n. ooSooo^c8ia8c8Soooo8. SeeCoN- 

TBAST, V. t. 

•Gon'tra-val-la'tion, n. c85ooooojSooi oo»ic8fb 

fjon'tra-vene', v. oppose, obstruct, @o55 

a,e,ifd,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre^ far, l4Bt,f§ll, what; th6re, vgil, tSrm; pique; done, f6r, 

Digitized by 





toS, oo8ooo)o35oo5, c^coS ; to nullify, de- 
feat, ttioogSiogSyioiooooSoj^. 

fjon'tra-ven'tion, w. See Conteavenb. 

€on-trib'ute, v. t. to pay a share with others, 
oo^o^SooSSgyioicoioooDijgc^cS^ooS 00 6i 5i 
oo8S. , V. i. to hel^ on, promote, c8 

•1lQieil0O^O31O0^CPtO0^gl008^ . 

€6n'tri-bu'tion, n. See Conteibute. 
£!on-trib'fi-tive, "Con-trib'u-to-ry, a. promotive, 

helpful, ooioottisnoDS. 
€on-trib'u-tor, n. yiooiooo5p«!j>5ooS88yioiSo88 

00091J8cfeo8^0DSoo6l«10o8S . 

€6n'trite, a. repentant, penitent. See Contei- 


€on-tri'tion,M. compunction, 8elf-reproach,ooS 
oj^odScx>8c8iooiooqico«|SodSooc8oo6xoi; re- 
pentance, penitence, ooS8Scx»Sc8iopxoooD8. 

€on-triv'an9e, n. the act of devising, inven- 
ting, ooSoj^oo^c^^odS; the thing devised, 
a device, an invention, odSoj^jOoScoiooc^ 

f!on-trive', v. t to devise, invent, plan, cq^ 

f)on-tr6r, V. t. to govern, rule, oioopoDS,4^^p 
Scocxfi, Qio^ioo^, «idB^«ic8ioDS ; to re- 
strain, keep within bounds, check, @ 
oSSidSodS, , n. direction, restraint, 


€on-tr6l1a-ble, a. manageable, ooiyi^n^S. 

'€6n'tro-ver'8ial(-shal),a. 00^00888 controversy. 

^on'tro-ver'sy, n. dispute, debate, contest, 

fJon'tro-vert, v. t to dispute, deny, contest, 

'Con'tu-ma'cioiis (-shus), a. contemning author- 
ity, stubborn, obstinate, ^gSoSo©oD80D 
oiol. See Obstinate, let. d$f'. 

'C6n'tu-ma-9y, n. obstinacy, perverseness, coS 


fJon'tu-me'li-oiis, a. insolent, reproachful,con- 
temptuous, ooiooQXoo^ooolyioi, i^iool yi 


•Gon'tu-me-ly, n. haughty insolence, contemp- 
tuousness, ooS«ioo^ooonyioi,ooSQioo)^i 


•€!on-tuse', t^. t. to bruise, as flesh, «ic^8^f,c8S 
c^8g^,8j5c^go^; to beat or bray togeth- 
er, c8So^5ooS,65ooS. 

■Gon-tu'sion, n. Surg, a bruise, ooSo;j8oSccn8i. 
See Contuse. 

£!6n'va-les5e' (-les'), v. t. to regain health, S^S 

■Con'va-les'9en9e,'C6n'va-les'5en-9y, n. the re- 
covery of health. See Convalescent. 

•€6n'va-les'9ent, a. recovering health, ooioocS 

gSopi,ODl006^000Cn€8fc8fojl00fe806. , 

n. Seo Convalescent, a. 

■Gon-vene', v. i. to come together, assemble, 

as persons, <38|5^^,c8^j^8§f ^§^. , v. t. 

to convoke, q8c8^§^,qi8o6G8^§^. 

•Con-ven'ien9e, ■Con-ven'ien-9y, n. that pro- 
motes comfort, ease or advantage, an 
accommodation, oDScoiooq8dB{5c8^^c8^ 
oo^ooioSS; fitness, suitableness, ooS@i8 


£!on-ven'ient (-yent),a. fit, suitable, becoming^ 
OD^oo9i8, oo^oocBS, oo^c8S88oooS, oiboo^b ; 
as, a convenient time, ooGoi9ioocx)cd^oDS^ 

•Con' vent, n. a cloister, a nunnery, c§,8ic8(]8^ 
dB8ooo5^. See Nunneey. 

■Gon-ven'tic-al, a. oD^c0888Convent. 

•Gon-vent'i-cle, n. an assembly, odSc8JS§^^§S^ 
an assembly or meeting of dissenters, 
ooSd3^§p^§^oococ^i 001 00 oj^od^ocAodSooo^S 

"Gon-ven'tion, n. the act of assembling, mSSS' 
§?H§?5 a formal meeting of delegates or 
representatives, <j)i8S^Sooooc^8ooodSc8S 
§^odooc^i,oocoSq8JSj^8c8^^; an agreement, 
a treaty. See Compact. 

"Con-ven'tion-al, a. sanctioned by usage, cus- 
tomary, coi(»ooj5co888o68cBS8ooojWcdS.. 

£!on-ven'tion-al-ism, «. See Conventional. 

•Con-verge', v.i. to tend to one point, ^^S,odj^Sc8i. 

£!on-ver'gen9e,£!on-ver'gen-9y, n. ooS^, mSo> 

do, wolf ;furl,r{ide, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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^c8i. See Convebge. 
•Con-ver'gent, a. tending to a point, converg- 
ing. See CONVEBGE. 

-Con-vers'a-ble, a. disposed to converse, socia- 
ble, ^gS8^0DcB88cX>cB80D^,c8^0DcBlODS<jS. 

£!6n'ver-sant, a. having familiar intercourse, 


c^^gloD^OTi; versed in,well informed, ^ 
|SooS,^gS«ioD^oSiooSgi§8QioD; having re- 
lation, (used with about), oo^a^5c8Sooco8, 
fJon'ver-sa'tion, w. familiar discourse, talk,ooS 
8^oDc8«8oDc88ooS, odSo3c8ic85oo C08 ; fami- 
liar intercourse, ooSc[c85oood8; behaviour, 

conduct, OO^O0QIOO^S8O0S,O0g8^00€88,0OOO^ 

c^8©i8,oooo(fe5oo8. See 098. ):%j,Ohs. 
-Con'ver-sa'tion-al, a. coi958^oDrB88oDcB8ooS,oo^ 


£!on-verse', v. t. to discourse familiarly, chat, 

talk, o3c8ic8Soooc)8,8pcx>cB88oDcB8ooS. 
-€6n' verse, n. Log. an inverse proposition, coS 

■Con-vict',!;. t. to prove or find guilty,$^8(jj1dB^oo 

•Con'vict, w. a culprit, a felon, a criminal, yicoi 

■Con-vic'tion, n. See Convict, v. t. 

€Jon-vin9e', v. t. to overcome by arguments, 
satisfy by proof, o5(glc8^ooSoooSoo8So2i 

•Con-viv'i-al, a. festive, festal, oo^co888o9S€8S 
ODcB8cSaor88Q8^88ooS|i03bS^SoD8oo^i; jo- 
vial, gay, oobiSf 8,(]8^8802^50D8^. 

"Con-viv'i-aFi-ty, n. a convivial spirit, gayety, 
mirth, ooSoDbiS^8,ooSo2P^co8^o2Sc8S» 

"Con'vo-cate, v^t. to convoke, convene, (rare). 
See Convoke. 

•Con'vo-ca'tion, n. an assembly of clergyman, 
a synod, oDC^jSif cjbiobcSioo^oooDSoS^^^. 

-Con-voke', t;. t. to convene, assemble, sum- 
mon, fB8cS^§^q§^,fS8ji8§^^§^. 

ODc6icbc8SoooD888o5oo8^ooioD8, odSodc8ioo | "Con'vo-liite, a. be rolled together, cS^ogcjji^oo 

cbSobt*. See Convebsation. 
-Con-ver'sion, n. change. See Convebt, v. t. 
Con-vert', v. t. to change, transform, <i>c8S 

ooS,i^8(fec8f ooSoooiooiooSoooio^. , V. i. 

cx>8,ogoD|^oooo8. See Convolve. 
■Con'vo-lu'tion, n. ooSoj<jip^,ooSogoD|^c8^. 
•Con-volve', v. t. to roll or wind together, twist, 

£!on-voy', v. t. to attend for protection, ayi 


to undergo a change, oo^ooSc6c85oocx>8. 
■Con'vert, w. yiooiooj^8ogSoDSojpooSo3)88o58^SooS 

02^oDSoolcoioooiooQi,c8ia8DJSooSaDioo<feQ j -Cou'voy, n. a convoying force, attendance, 

SSoocijSSS^S. See Pbosklyte. i yK^icrxx^o^ioooDSopioDSooioosijioDSoo^i. 

£!on-vert'i-ble, a. susceptible of change, ooi o | -Con-vulse', v. t. to contract with spasms, ^ 

cbc85c^,ooiooo3^c6c8Soooo80D. ooiiq^S^oDiiqi^, ^ooS8j5o66, oSooSoolcoio© 

^on'vex, a. c8^aj,ooioo8c8^a?cx>«coiooai^oD8. «SooSdB^oDS8iyiooo3ap5; to shake violent- 

-Con-vex'i-ty, n. oo^c8^aj,ooS<j!|i^cx)ooi^oo8. ly, agitate, oj808^8^8^8«8. 

-Con-vex'o-con'crive, a. dB^ajoo8,c8iooi^oo8. ' "Con-vul'sionjn. a fit,aspasm,o^SdB^o^S8^;com- 
■€!on-vex'o-c6n'vex, a. cB^ojsScoiS. motion, tumult, 00^02808. See Convulse. 
CSon-ve/, V. t. to carry, bear, gioDS,85ooS ; to , "Co'ny, n. a rabbit, dbcocoafi. 

hand from one to another, transmit, cj^S ' "Coo, w. ^id8^6c8^cx>809^yid8Sooo88. 

c8i,oDJSc8i; to transfer, make over, oD^q8 ' Cook, v. <. 8c6^8q8,§c6^§q8,«iq8^«i€8. , 

oiodS; to convey intelligence, 1^8 ^So^ooSo | n. yi8oa8,yi8c6^8c8ooW. 

c^iosiS,(l8oj^^ooS,dB80ofojf^a)S. I Cook'-house, n. 8oiooo5^,8c6^8c8odSooo5^. 

£!on-vey'an9e, n. a vehicle, ooSooStodSooSooio j Cook'-room, n. 8QiooQi8,8cS^8cSoa^oe9it. 

»iooScoioo^i9xoi,ooioocBxoioi; transfer- j ■€!ook'er-y,w.oDSoj^S808oopco88803S8fl8^ooic8^. 

ence. See Convey, I "Cool, a. less than cold, ^^ ; not zealous, not 

i9e,i,6tUfy,long; a,e,i,o,u,y) short; cdre, far, l&sti f§ll, what; th6re,y9il,t€rm; pique; done, f6r» 

Digitized by 



ardent, lukewarm, oDte^cSi, cosoosij^oo^. 
— — , V. i. to become less hot, ^^ c8i co 
OMcSi ; to become less ardent, od88^c8i« 

oa8»&Sc»ODl©Sc8i. , V. t. to make 

cool, «i^^c8i,q«^j5c8iopi; to moderate ex- 
citement, allay, calm, «ic8iooQ5ooicx)i,«i 

cSiooQSojiooScSicBS. , n. ooS^^ooi 


-Cool'ness, w. See Cool, a. 

^Coo'ly, €oo'lie, n. (ojoS) East Indian. c^iqiodS 

-Coop, n. o9^i^8iDSa8i»c8S,oii,oii^i.— — -, v. t. 
to confine in a coop, oigScoi oii^i; to 
confine, imprison, oScx>yii,o5oDyii,oSooi 

fjoop'er, n. <j)ioDic»Qi©^,yi«i©^8. 

fb-op'er-ate, v. i. to work together, qxcc^SooS, 

^•op'er-d'tion, m. ooS«ioj5ooS,ooSqicx><88ooS. 
^dr'din-ate, a. of equal rank or order, coioo 

-6!oot, n. a kind of waterfowl, c8^s6c6ooaoc^S; 

a simpleton, a fool, yioo^is. 
^-part'ner, n. yiooioooj^^ioj^SoD^SoSaoSg. 
£!o-part'ner-ship. n. copartnery, ooSoSg^^SoocoS 

ocH c8^^ioS8o8« jOoS ool ojSy 1 oj5ooS5o88o88 . 
^pe,t; strive with, match, Qic85odic85co8. 
•Cop'i-er, w. a copyist, a transcriber, yic^8«booS; 

an imitator, a plagiarist, yi^^iSsoo^S. 
"Cop'ing, n. oo^oo8^jb5gil>8ooi5.See Cope, v. i. 
€u'pi-ous, a. abundant, plentiful, 00I00I8S8V, 

diffuse in style, ODc8iooSod)ool8S8S. 
^'pi-ous-ness, n. abundance, plenty, odSg8^8S 

fJop'per, w. a metal, c8S8i; a copper coin, c8S 

ooao^. , V. t. 8iooS88c8SoDO(jjJS. 

•Cop'per-as, n. (c88ocj5) ooiScD^an,|8cof *. 
'C6p'pi9e, -Copse, n. underwood, oj^od^Sod^S. 
^p'u-late, V. i. g8j5o2Sc85oooo8S8S88oIooc^oq 

fJop'uJa'tion, n. coition. See Copulate. 
^p'u-la-tive, a. uniting, c3oS 0^03^0610^001. 
^p'y, n. a pattern, a manuscript for printing. 

107 COR 

oo^oo8e»<^S ; the likeness of any object, 

oD^c^8<6io5ooS. , V. i. to transcribe, 

c^8«booS; to fashion after, imitate, «iSoo 


"Cop'y-book, n. o55odSc^8c8,o55c^8c8^. 
•Cop'y-er, -Cop'y-ist, n. ytc^8«booS. 
£l6p'y-right, w. oD^^Soo^80Di5ioDiooq8(^c8pc55oo 


•Co-quet'(-ket'), v. i. to trifle in love, flirt, «i 


-Co-quette', n. a trifler in love, a jilt, a flirt, yi 
<x>iooQi^5o3^aD885ooS,8S^^oS«ioo odsS oo 

d^^85 g)oOo8809^CO^So88000Dc8^^€8lOo8^. 

£!o-quet'ry, n. flirtation, ooSc»o:jSooodSodioooS 
oDS«i^Soo^aD88SooS. See Coquette. 

•Cor'al, n. odiS8. 

"Cdr'ban, n. an offering, ooSog^oj^oj^cfi^. 

£!6rd, n. a small rope, <^i8 ; a measure, as of 
wood, ooS(|j^oo^^c6fooc8Q8^oop,»8^oj^S 

08^90^, oooo8ic8^dS^ 9 o^. , V. t. to 

bind with a cord, i>ioo588^i,o5^S88^i, 


■Gdrd'age, w. ^ic»8^oo808oogoocgloooDc^i. 

•C6r'di-al, or €6rd'ial, n. anything which com- 
forts or gladdens, ooSwi^Sc8^opiooD80ofe8, 
ooSqiqc83ood«. , a. hearty, affection- 

ate, sincere, heartfelt, (fi^SgooSdb^ooSog, 

0D1 00 (.^i cg1 c8^o oo80ooo^(^ jS. 
■Cor-di-al'i-ty, w. heartiness, sincerity, ooSoj^ 

o5SoD8cfe, ojP 8 <jjiP,oD8 8 (ji^ ; affectionate 

feeling, ooSoj^GS^oDScS^jOoSs^^ooSogooS. 
■G6re,w. the central part; as, of fruit, the 

heart, ooGB^i,oocx)8o6S(,^i,oocboDS(,^i,oDioo^ 

oooDi^; as, of a boil, ooo^i. 

•Go'ri-an'der, n. ^^^jS^,ooS^i^i. 

•C6rk, n. the bark of the cork-tree, i^^ooos; a 

cork, a stopper, |pc6{5os^5,|pagcoS. 

— '• — , V. t. c8^o8eX)S,s§o65coS. 
■Cdrk'screw, n. 8jSc8{5o8oo<g^b«G|p*, 8^d8^o8CK> 

■C6r' mo-rant, n- a sea-raven, c8jS8^8. 
•C6rn, w. maize, op©; any edible grain, opo©cx> 
ojSoo^S. , V, t. JS §coSgf88o5oD^. 

d^fWglf; furltri^de, pgsh; eA.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h as sh; g-as j; g as inget; g as z;x asgz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 






•€6r'ne-ou8, a. horny, horn-like, c8ioS6oo^^n, 

•Cdr'ner, n. an angle, ^i^,oqSoo^i^,od^i^5 a se- 
cret place, ooSoD3iooc8S,oDSco^i^^t. See 

«iooS. J G: j6. , V. t. to drive into a 

corner or into a difficult position, c8 jS 

•Cdr'nered, a. having corners, gS^Ssoood^i^. 

■C6r'ner-st6ne, n. ooiSooS^oosoooD^ipoocgi^. 

€6r'ner-wise, adv. diagonally, c>S^,d5gi. 

•Cdr'net, n. a wind in8trument,c^i,6oDODc^5; a 
subordinate cavalry officer, c6|S8odioo85 

£!6r'ni§e, n. the top of a column, a molding, 

-Co-rol'la, n. Bot. 8o30o^c8^o8oo^8oo|ijooooJSod 
oo^oDoj^^^^ocBsooi petal. 

•Cor'olJa-ry, n. an inference, a deduction, a 
consequence, ooSodcSioocSs ^ ooi oo q^« cgl 
c8^opiooScoc8icoioo8^o68ooofoo oSoooQi, 
Od 9^001 00001 cS^b. 

Cor'o-nal w. a crown, S^coojs ; a garland or 
wreath, 8c^i8p,8c§i8^; the frontal bone, 

S^cSoD^oS. , a. OD^OOtSsSlOlOaS^OD 

o:^i,oo^ooi8|Sc8co jS eaS . 

€6r'o-na'tion,72.the act of crowning, ooSo5c8^ 

fJor'o-ner, n. oS^ooioooo^oSogSoSSsyioiooiyioo 

•Cor'o-net, w. a kind of head-dress, S^c^i; a no- 
bleman's crown, 8^cx>o280Dio8^^««oi8S 

•C6r'po-ral, n. a subordinate infantry officer, 

c8^808OD00lS0Dl yil^SOJgOO OJjl. 

£I6r'po-ral, a. See Coepoeeal. 
■C6r'po-rate, a. cd^«)8§8 corporation. 
"€6r'po-ra'tion, n. <j)i8S^S^Soo^8ooio8pSo88oooD 

■Cor-po're-al, a, bodily, material, ooS«x)8§88S8, 

■Corps (k6r,jp?, korz), n. sing. SLjidpl. a body of 
troops, (/iqiso^soococ^i t^%^ od^ c6 oo f ; a 
body of men, yiQio^SooSoSioD^gioooDc^i^ 

£l6rpse, n. a dead body, a corse, yiooooS^. 

"Cdr'pu-lenje, -Cdr'pu-len-cy, n. excessive fat- 
ness, fleshiness, obesity, cd^SpjCoSS^oy 

"Cdr'pu-lent, a. fat, fleshy, stout, obese, S^r 

■C6r'pus-9le, n. a particle, an atom, J odSoo^xS,. 
oo^oD^S. Anat. an animal cell, cx)i^8; a8> 
a blood corpuscle, og^ooc3oi^8. 

•€!or-pus'cu-lar, a. oo^oo888 corpuscle; as, a cor- 
puscular body, ooSooiooc^cB^boDioDSoo^x 


•Cor-rect', a. accurate, right, exact, proper, c8x 

co^c8i«b8,oop,c8i,oS. , V. t. to rectify,. 

amend, emend, c§ojiooS6ooaDc8i,6oooDoo^y 
SoooDoSbc8ic6Sc8i^8,c§,§^*oji ; to chas- 
tise, punish, o8^c8^. 

"Cor-rec'tion, n. See Cobeect, v. U 

"Cor-rect'ive, a. ooiooc§opio9Soj,^gS«i 0109100^ ► 

■Cor-rect'ness, w.See Cobeect, a. 

^dr're-late, €or-rel'a-tive, a. having a recip- 
rocal relation, as father and son &c. od^ 

?j08c8500OD8SoS 88 8 g) , n. CO^ CDJSfDt 

c85oooo8; — in marriage, ooS88oi. 

•Cor're-spond, v. i. to correspond to, to be adap- 
ted to, fit, suit, oD^o25c85oooD8,c8ioc85«xjS, 
oo^cBS; to correspond with, to communih 
cate by letters, c^8oo^o2Sc85oood8coio55. 

Cor're-spond'enje, n. mutual adaptation, con- 
gruity, ooSoo^ojSc8SoooD8,ooSc8ioc85o^; 
letters which pass between correspon- 
dents, cSSooi yif^8co^o2Sc85 00 038. See 


-Cor're-spond'ent, n. yicoiosc^scofo^ScSSoooDt 

coioSSbc^i, See Coeeespond, v. i. 
■Cor'ri-dor', n. c{jS8So8c8a>io30oj5oo888odpQSoxy 

00180^0188^1 (/I82918000180D^0031<. 

"Cor'ri-gen'da, ooSoac8iooici55^%ooioo@it 

•€6r'ri-gi-ble, a, that may be amended, ooic^ic^ 

a,e,ifO,u,y,long; a,e,i,d,u,y, short; c&re, far, l&st, f§ll, what; th^re, v§il,term; pique; doAe, f6r. 

Digitized by 


COR 109 

ty}x(S\:xf; punishable, oo85c8^)t^. 

fJer-rob'o-rate, v. t. to strengthen, «ioo^. 

Obs. to confirm, i»\So^o:}Z^9o^^pcoo\, 
qioigiicS^ODS joQScSiooS . 

-Cor-rol/o-ra'tion, n. confirmation, asBurance, 
o3Sq«o5jjiic8^ooS,ooS QlOJJJudB^ODS. 

-Cor-rob'o-ra-tive, -Cor-rob'o-ra-to-ry, a. tend- 
ing to^confirm, ooiod«iaj5iidB^oDSc»,ooi 

•eor-rode', v. t. to canker, rust, cS^oo^cS^oD, 
oD^cS^jcS^oSf ooS; to consume l3y degrees, 

«lO0« SlOg^ODcSoDcS , Q1O3O01 ogSoDcSoDcS . 


"Co'sj, a. snug, comfortable, ^^^fS^S,oo^«o< 


£!os-met'ic, n. ao^ ^1^001 91 jioicS^oobSSoSiSji. 
•Cos-mog'o-ny, w. ooSoipoo^oj^o^ooiooi^s^^ <g1 
dS^j58^f 8^88<t^8ian8icD^8i88iob dB^ oB 
"Cos-mog'ra-pjiy, -Cos-mOro-gy, n. a descrip- 
tion of the universe, ooSc^8^^(j)lc8^(^^8p 
■Cos-mop'o-lite, n. a citizen of the world, yi 

GDI oooSc^r8Sooc9|5ooSooSSoocBSoSboooi. 
"Cos'set, w. 088001 yiaj^c8^c8iSoo8oooo8ooi^. 
€or-r6'sion, w. odScS^oo^cS^cc)). SeeCoBBODE. "Cost, w. price, charge, oo^i; expense, ooScoiS 
fJor-ro'sive, a. corroding, ooioo«ioD88iogSooS 
oDcSoDcSo^; vexing, ooiodQioo^yi. 

forfeiture, loss, 00 St ooS, odS cSi «S. 

, V, t. to require a certain price, 

cD^o^^tpyi^xoSi^i ji ; to be of a certain 
expense, ooiSe^io&i^i^i; to occasion a 
loss, c88ooS,ooi5oDS,8foo1»oo8^ioSi^igi, 

■Cos'tive, a. constipated, ooioio:j5ii. 

€6s'tive-ness, w. constipation, oDSooioioign. 

€6stli-ness, n. expensiveness. See Costly. 

•Cost'ly, a. dear, ooyi8^,@i8ooyi8{S; expensive, 
sumptuous, ooiSeocH. 

£!os-tumeS "Gos'tume, n. Fr. a style of dress, 

•Got, n. a small house, a cottage, o5^8,b; a 
small bedstead, cS^oqsS. 

"Co-tem'po-ra-ry,a. living or being at the same 
time, (3B^ooc^c^,g8^c8{Sodc^c)^,ooioo8ioo 
0000S0086088088. , n. See a. 

"Co'te-rie/, n. a small circle of friends, yigcBS 
oocx>8oooDC|i 001 000101008^. 

"Co-till'ion (-yun), n. a quadrille, ooSbioooSf od§. 

"Cot'tage, n. a small, neat house, a cot, o5^8,b. 

■Got'ter, -Got'ta-ger, 7i. yiooioocS^dBsbooi cot- 
tage 00(^1. See Cottage. 

€6t'ton, n. (undressed), ^; (dressed), c^o^8; 
(woven), §o1. 

"Got'ton-gin, n. hzoji:^. 

■Cot'ton-press, n. fegaS^coSoboocS^ooSS. 

■Couch, V. i. to lie down, repose, oc8i; to bend 
the body, as in reverence, fear, or pain, 
c8ic8i,cB5c8i,oDoj8c8i; to lie in ambush, 

do, WQlf;furl,rude, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh) g as j; g as in get; § as z; xas gz; n as in linger. 

-Gor^ru-gate, v. t. to rinkle, o58od05jS,008odoo5. 

Cor'ru-ga'tion, n. See Cobbugate. 

€or-rapt', a. putrid, tainted, o^^; destitute of 
integrity, debased, depraved, oDd5oon,aD 
8ooajooii,o088ib; infected with error, cSf 

88f5oDQ^ocn. , V. t. to putrefy, 1^80^^ 

i^jajj^; to deprave, debase, q^8aji<jj5o088i, 

-Gor-rupt'i-ble, a. subject to putrefaction, coi 
oo0jpo5o:j)^oSc^; subject to decay and de- 
struction, co8(j5o088ic»; that may be de- 
praved, tficSiooc8ooiioD. 

"Gor-rfip'tion, n. pus, ooSo. See Cobbupt. 

"G6r'sair, n. a pirate, yioo^ioD^SoDSoDi8^(i>^<,j»i. 

•Cdrse, w. a corpse, yioSooS^. See Cobpse. 

€6rse'let, n. a little cuirass, oooSsooiooQiooi 

f!6r'8et, n. stays, Q8o6o5^5^ooi(fiicoio1<j|So88booi 
ooQi oic8^(»cSS 3o»opSoo8i . 

flor'tege (kor'tazh), n. Fr. a train of atten- 
dants, a suit, yi8SoS^ood,oS^oodOoyiooi 

f)o-rus'cant, a. flashing. See Cobuscate. 

"GiVus-cite, -Go-ras'cfite, v. i. to flash, blaze, 
sparkle, 00(^S«b8ODgSoDS. 

"Cor'us-ca'tiou, n. a flash, a gleam, a sparkle, 

Digitized .by 



hide, 8t|02^oo^; to express in language, 

state, 03081001009^. ,v. t. to place or 

lay down to rest, 0S6; to conceal, hide, 

oS £ o^^p oS CO 01. , n. a bed, a long 

seat, ^^o,c8^oo^f ic98c8. 

■Couch'ant, a. lying down, <]8^cBSc8i. 

-Cough, V. i. ojg. , n. ooSoj«, 

£!oun'9il, n. an assembly convened for consul- 
tation, yiO0l^cB^c850O008OOO06^1. 

'Coun'9il-or, w. o8^^«800ioooj^c8^o«c8ioj»SooS 

"Coun'sel, v. t. to advise, instruct, oo^ooSoj^ 
oo^c§^,ooc6ioDOiSboo8^, SoJgooSoooSgoocSi 
oSaiib. , n. advice, odSoj^; consulta- 
tion, ooSojpdBpc9sc8i; prudence, consid- 
eration, ooSoj^ooSoos; a lawyer, yioDcfii 

£!oun'sel-or, n. one who counsels, an adviser, 
yiooiodo9^oo^o2^o3^oo8oooi, o3^^Q8coi 00 

"Count, n. a nobleman, o8^o88|SoooDajS,«rBio8 
8^oo^^888cBS8SjSo^c^ol; the act of num- 
bering, reckoning, ooSoSoo^gsooS; a num- 
ber, oooo^oSooSg8. , V. t. to number, 

enumerate, compute, 6SooSg«ooS; to re- 
gard, esteem, dB8^ooS,oS<^S. 

•Coun'te-nan9e, n. the face, the features, ^ ; 
encouragement, support, aid, odSod8c8^ 

OoS,ODSogS^5oO^,ODS«10010oS , V. t,tO 

favor, approve, encourage, aid, ogS^S, 
OD8(fi^,OO^D06^aOCD), oDoo^cS^ooo, cBeiiQi 

€oun'ter, n. a shop-table, coIodSoo 8S ^i 8^, 

, a. contrary, opposite, oo8oDii,dBin 

c85,c3SjSc8olc85ooo38 , adv. (with run 

or go), c6ioD8ooii,cbic8ia8. 

-Coun'ter-act', v. t. to act against, hinder, de- 
feat, frustrate, «ic8olooS, @c6Soo5, c^ 


f3oun'ter-baran9e, v. t to make one weight 
equal to another, SioD^oSiSoSsoo^oicoob 
o8ic86oooD8, «iooSooc8iooooi^6o88oocoioo6b 

110 COU 

oSscSSoooDs; to countervail, ^^if^^,S^oo> 

^^S,«ioDOiSooi^^S,«iG8poDc8S. , n. an 

equivalent, oo^oboSsSsoobooQi. 

•Coun'ter-ciir'rent, n. cocgibooSQ^. 

■Coun'ter-ev'i-den9e, n. opposing testimony, 

C3b8C»p©OlOD0100lOOo6Ql 008 8l 0^8 OD^ 00 8^ 

"Coun'ter-feit, r. t. to forge, o^888<^ioioo^c8^; 
to assume a false appearance, feign, oS 

W1000D8. , a. not genuine, false, cot 

oooooSoopooSoof , oo^S^SoD^, ooaj)80Do:g^b. 

,n. an impostor, a cheat, yiooiooit 

c8ioooD8coioo«SooSc»iooS§\oooi, OD^OO^OO^ 
qSoo^ooS^ooSi oof, oS yi OD 0^8 oo o^f ; the 
thing forged, ooSooooSoo8ioo8ooobSc8ioS 

•Coun'ter-mand, v. t. to revoke a command^ 
aj8ogSooS«ic85cx>ioo6S8jS88Qi c85 ojiooS «i 
cSScoioadSoooi; to contradict the orders 
of another, «ic8SoDSc8olc85oooo888yioioo 

ooS«ic8S. . n. See Countebmand,. 

V. t. 

•Coun'ter-march', v. i. to march back, 028^^o5S 

c8cbioDS6icbopiooo)opxajooc8S o. , n. 


■Coun'ter-mine, v.t. ooSooqpooolif ooS^iSo88ooa3 

gjScSf O^Oof StOOO^ODOD88lcgSb §8 00 boO& 

^f oDOi^ooiooq^foaolSoSaoo ooS ojf ooS c§jS a> 
oo88ib. , n. See Counteemine, v. t. 

"Coun'ter-mo'tion, -Coun'ter-move'ment, w. oo^ 

■Coun'ter-part, n. a copy, a duplicate, ooS o> 


-Coun'ter-plot, v. i. to oppose plot with plot, 

Ojf £Ojf OoS6oS8(^lOl(300oSo2f i ^? 00008 Sv 

b; Fig. o2fc8fo8c8i^o2pSo88yioiooooSojf 

ojoocfecSfoooi. , n. See Counter- 

PLOT, V. i. 
•Coun'ter-poise', v. t. to counterbalance, 8iooS 

doi§o8800ex)ioo6boS8c8Soooo8. , n. a 

weight sufficient to balance another, a 
counterbalance, ooSooioo86bo88o8888oobo> 
8,00^(301 6bo88c8Soooo8. 

afe,i,d,u»y , long; a,e,i,d,u,yi short; cdre, far, l&st, f§ll, what; thgre, vsil,term; pique; done, f6r^ 

Digitized by 


COU 111 

£!oun'ter-poi'§on, n. an antidote, ooS^^oooicoi 


-Coun'ter-press'ure, w. ooSaSf odoiScdiooS. 
•Coun'ter-pro'ject, n. ooSoj^ooSc§poooic8o1 coS 

"Coun'ter-sign, v. t. fi68c8i«2Soo©i,©c|^,©oooSoop 
co«i<glc8^ooSc^oo308^^^oooS odS 00 oS 00 c8. 
, n. a countersignature. See Coun- 


£k)un'ter-slnk, v. t. oS^SbsojjSooooocSS. 

"Conn'ter-vail, v. t. See Counterbalance, v. t. 

£!oun'ter- weight, n. See Countebpoise. 

•Coun'ter-work, v. t. See Countebaot. 

-Count'ing-house, Count'ing-room, w. oiicoiyi 
o^Soo^coiS&^coi gaojiaods^coioo^i. 

-Cloont'less, a. innumerable, oalopioA'ioggoDOj. 

-Coiin'try, n. a region, (fiS ; the rural parts, as 
opposed to city or town, 8,458i^8i; the 
inhabitants of a country,the people,yio68 
c8S8oDODC|i. — •• — , a. belonging to the 
country, rustic, rural, oo^ooiSgS; rude, ig- 
norant, oooD«ooao8oo1oo)o3S,^^^€8^S. 

"Coun'try-bdrn, n. a native of the country, oi 
o68cBS 8 ; a person born of parents of 
different races, oDtgOj^ioDtglS, 

fJoun'try-man, n. a native of any country, yt 
o68cfiS8; a rustic, a boor, yiySoo&o:g18. 

fJoun'ty, n. a shire, cfiS8oDir8So88^^io8^ioo 


■eoup'de-gra9e' (koo'de-gras), n. Fr. ooSqiooi 
OTd8yi^^86i»ioSog5baoc^c8 ; Fiff. a 
finishing stroke, coS«i6iooSooc8c8. 

•Coup-de-main (koo'de-mang^), n. Ft. ooSjSooS 


-Couple (kup'l), w. two, l>,s)6i,ooSoDo5ic8SoooD85> 
6i; a pair, a brace,aosB,oojj*; man and wife, 

88oi. , v. t. to connect, join or fasten 

to one another, «ioo^<^c85o£5o3S5oi,«\cx> 
oSScBSiajSooSooi ; to unite in marriage, 
marry, ootxjS^ojSyiSoocxDc^SSoi. 

-Couplet, n. a pair or couple, ooSodc8i88SoI; in 
poetry, orfloo^o^ScBSoooDSoogi. 


Courtage, w. valor, bravery, intrepidity, odS 

000D8 Jf OOS 00O3« jCX>«ib8f OOS 00 008^ OOO5S . 

"Cou-ra'geoas (ku-r.Vjus), a. brave, intrepid, 
fearless, ^,£OD09^,oo^gS^iooSooi5. 

Cou'ri-er, n. a messenger sent in haste, yioo> 

Course, n, a going, advance, ooS^iooS; a pass- 
ing on, proceeding, ooScbiooSoo^ioof od 
^ioo<,jiioo^oo^i; a running, a race, ooSooS 
gi; a race-course, ooS«oSgiooc^ ; a race- 
ground, ooSeoSgioocSS; the line of motion, 
direction, way, ooS<i)iooSo5c^; a series, 
an order, 00^0100008000103^0061000100^00 
6i,ooSoooS88oooSooo^§8oooS; conduct, be- 
havior, oooo^58ooSoi,ooooSc^8©i8,oooo<^5o 

o8,ooaj^ooooS. , V. t. to run after, 

hunt, chase, c^iBSjeoSSSooSooo. ,r. i. 

to move or flow, as the blood, <i)iooSSocAS 
(feiooSoooSs; as a stream, cgicSibSooc^onS 

"Cours'er, n. a racer, oDoj|Scoioo«oSaj. 

Cours'es, >?. pL the lower sails of a ship, o> 
cSooooSco^ooi 00 8 od5 00 oo ooiS 00 08 ; the 
menses, the catamenia. See Menses. 

Court, n. an inclosure surrounded by build- 
ings, a yard, an area, oii,oiioo^oo8 88o6|S : 
a palace, jtS,8ioiooa6^; the occupants of 
a palace, 9t|S8 ; a place for the adminis- 
tration of justice, ^; a judge, or judges, 
yiS^^^cgS; civility, flattering attention, 
ooSooajooo68,oo^c8^8. , v. t. to per- 
suade by flattering attentions, ^iooo^od 
ob8ooSSo88yioioooiooiaDolooic6i ; to woo, 
seek in marriage. See Woo. 

Court'-day, n. S^gS^r^Soo^i. 

Court'-house, n. ^. 

•Court'-mar'tial (-shal), n. a mihtary or naval 

court, ODH^^|5cgS00^«X)888Oj88. 

Coiirt'e-ous (k6rt'e-us), a. well-bred, polite, 
civil, 001 oooioSooiooS, coioooic8<J8odS,coi 
ooo^^coic^iooiooV, complaisant, obliging, 
ooioooi<j5ooSooi yioo8S,oic8(jtoo^. 

dOyWplf ; furl,ri}de, p^sh; eA,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; gas j ; g as in get; s as z;s as gz; n as in liggar^ 

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GOV 112 COW 

-Coikrt'e-ous-ness, n- See Courteous, a. o^sodi; a roof, »8S,ooSi^88S. 

■Co6rt'e-san, n. a strumpet, a harlot, a whore, | "Cov'er-let, w. a bedspread, oD^tflooicSSolodSSS. 

obob^^; a courtier. See Coubtieb. | "Cov'ert, a. covered, hid, ooi»€6Soo9i,(fi^d5i 

■CoArt'e-sy, n. a favor, an indulgence, odSojIS, c8p ooi ; disguised, secret, cB^^ojj^, cS^od 

ajji*; politeness, elegance of manners, oi. , w. a covered place, oo^odoioo 

civility. See Courteous. c8S,ooSoS^cx>dBi8ooc8S; a hiding place, a 

•Coftrte'sy (kftrt'sy), n. a salutation by a slight j a shelter, a refuge, ooSoS^jfOg^oscSS ; a 

genuflection, ooSjtSfibs CO 00 c^S 001 00 oSodS ! tabernacle, b. See Isaiah. 4: 6. 

c6^cSioc8SSj5o9S8^a>ioofe8, , t;,i. See } -CoVert-ly, adv. secretly, insidiously, |oj|S. 

Courtesy, n. \ -Cov'ert-ure, n. goSodoioocSS. See Covert, n. 

■Court'ier, who frequents a royal court, [ €6v'et, v. t. to desire unlawfully, lust after, 

c^iGOioo98e1^oS^,yiooioooo8adOD8oDioS^. d6^S8,oDtc8o8,oD8og ; to desire earnestly, 

-Court'li-ness, n. See Courtly. long for, 8^^^S,aon^S. 

£!6urt'ly, a. relating to a royal court, oo^tt8 | £!6v'et-oiis (kuv'et-us), a. very desirous, eag- 

Ssjt^ ; court-like, elegant and dignified, i er to obtain, (in a good sense), 8^f^^, eoi 

polite, ooiooQioaeaSoooDijOoo^SooooS^S. ^So9S^8«8; avaricious. See Avaricious. 

€6urt'shTp, n. wooing, ooSoooSS^^SyiSSc^^ooioo I •Cov'et-oiis-ness, n, greediness. See Avarice. 

oo(^dB^oo«loo8S. See Woo, v. t. -Cov'ey, n. a hatch of young birds with the 
■Cous'tn, w. g), oogl. mother, c8^8§80o8Sc^So3odc^i ; a flock of 

"Cous'in-ger'man, n. oog)o6So6S,oog)oo8i. birds, c8^oood^S,c6^oooo^S. 

"Cove, n. a nook, oocSSooioocS^odoiodoSi. -Cow, w. cJ5|)S8S,8io88S. 

"Cov'e-nant, v.i. to contract, agree, ooi^cQicS -Cow'herd, w. yiogScJJiS. 

c8ic85oocx)8,o^f8pc8SoooD8. ,w. amu- -Cow'-house, n. c^SoooiijC^Scbpoj. 

tual agreement, a contract, a compact, -Cow'pox, n. kine-pox, ^c§8,c%Sooc30iS. 

ooSooi^cSiQ8c8ic85oaoD8,ooSo5^8^c85oooD8; 1 -Cow'ard, w.a poltroon, a craven, c^iooioo^gS 

the writing containing such an agree- ^ooS,yiooioooD^a)^, yi^i'ooSoocBoooj^. 

ment, o55o^8^ooo38. , r.t. to make cowardly, «i^icoS, 

•Cov'er, V. t. to lay, place or spread over, oo8 |8^iooS. 

ooi,o:gi^^'''^^^''»^^^"'' to plaster, 0^8 -Cow'ard-ije, n. timidity, pusilanimity, ooS ^ 

ooi,booi,u[Ooi; to clothe, oj8,oj8odi ; to : gSoj^^(gioo8<g8C3oS. 

hide, conceal, cloak, o5ooi,oSo58oSooi,o5 \ "Cow'ard-ly, a. wanting courage, timid, fear- 

QO^^; to overspread, ojSooi ; to screen, ful, timorous, pusilanimons, od8|^ 000^^09 

shelter, protect, od8c68oo8Xi,ooiSo58 09iS gS^, oj^^io38<j8^, odi 0002^0018^801 ooS 00 

ooi,od8coS,odoi^5 : to brood over, ocj,a) ' oj^. 

oc^cfii; to be equivalent to, counterba- j -Cow'er, v. i. to bend down through fear, 

lance, 6bo88,6o88; — with a roof, (}^8c8^(» ' crouch, squat, c8^ooo28oo^8,G8^rBSc8i, 

8S. , n, that which is an envelope, I (]S^o8^c8ioooD80Diod^iaoSooc8. 

placed or spread over, a lid, a cover- I Cow'hide, n. c^^ooo8,c^^ooooSd8. 

ing, ooSo98ooiodS, ooScxj5800iooS,odSo:j5iS8^, Cowl, n. a monk's hood, o^^c6|Soo8id8ooooS 

05^88^ ; a screen, a shelter, ooSodoi,ooS j 03180018^. 

ooSodcT); a pot-lid, 8^88. -Co'-work'er, n. a cooperator, yioso^SQiojS 

•Cov'er-ing, n. that which overspreads, odS 
o^iSooi,ooSoo800i,ooSo2Sooi ; clothes, cjoS 

Cow'ry, n. a small shell used as coin, oj^. 

a,e,ifOAyflong; a,e,T,o,ii,y, short; cftre* far. list, f§ll, what; th^re, v§il, term; pique; ddne, f&r. 

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fJox'coiTib, n. a vain, showy fellow, a fop, an 
exquisite, S^aD|Sg)oDioDOoooio6cb»\9ic8^ 
oooosSoDiSgiSs^io^oaeooc^^ooS^; a kind of 
flower, SSioDOooijB. 
Coy, a. modest, shy, ^a^,oSoo^^^^ooo9t« 
Coy'ness, n. modest reserve, shyness, bashful- 
ness, ooSbSa9«,aD^GB^a>o|2i|,oo^G8pooo^^,§ 
oisoo^oooSso^ooi Od^Sci^syioiySsaooocBioolS 

^Joz'en, V. t. to cheat, defraiid,deceiv6, beguile, 


^ab, n. Zool. a crustacous animal, c^^; the 
4th sign in the Zodiac co^si^. 

^aVbed, a. harsh, crosSf morose, peevish, 
ooiooQic8oocD«, ^ioSmooi, yiodoMoa^s @8, 
oof^; harsh, acrid, d^, co^S^o^. 

'Crab'bed-ness, n. harshness. See C]eubb£I>. 

^ack, t;. i. to open in chinks, split, burst, opp 
e8,66i, 9^8g8(5 ; to utter a sharp sound, 

snap, cS^oDoggooooS^ , v. i. to break 

slightly, shiver, mo}^ot,vi66i) yitdtcSjS. 

, n. a chink, a fissure, odSo6io8,odS 


€Jrack'-brained, a. crazy, ooiodoot,^!^. 

£Spack€d', a. — in intellect, crazed, ao803a>8,cot 
0088x88^1%. Colloq. 

^Crack'er, n. (ggooi^) a small rocket or fire- 
work, o(]S,oWic8Sc^oocoo^S; a hard bis- 
cuit, <fipo3o^8oaox^, 

•eJraclde, v.i. 68?@5g5g5g5,d8^^§^§P§^. 

£!ra'dle, n. a small rocking-cot, fSdBjSoi; an 
instrument for reaping grain, oolbSc^p^ 

ooTOo^S. , V. U to lay in a oradlo, o5 

6c8i8oo^ooifS^i ; to cradle grain, c^oj 

£k*aft, n. dexterity, skill, art, od^ojI^^oio^, 
od^^S^c^ ; a manual art, a handicraft, 
00^ f o; S^ o^ ; small vessels of different 
kinds, ||,oS^o^§809^c9ioeQ&8i ooiS oj^ oo 
o^\ cunning, guile, 0^^0800^9100^. 

£!^raft^i-ness, n. cunning. See Cbafty. 

^CSrafts'man, n. (jp{. craftsmen), an artisan, a 
mechanic, yifo^S^o^SoSiSji. 

€raft^y, a. cunning, skilled in artifice, artful, ^ 

€rag, n. ooi^ooicio€o8Soo(»S€8^,ooi^o98Sooi^nooS. 

•Cirag'ged, •Crag'gy, a. rugged, rough, rocky, 

"Cramfi;. $• to eat beyond satiety, gorge, stuff, 
cS^ojScBooS,— — , V. t. to stuff, crowd, og 
^SySS^S: to force down food, 01^ ag^ 01 
|S88co^cdp,q[8€S^«g|^8dB^88ooS; to teach 
many things superficially, ip»^ic8o9^oe) 

£^amp, V. t. to occasion cramp, ^ic^^cS^; to 
rertrict, impede, restrain, tfio5ScD6,Qi^8 
toS,go6S«oS ; to fasten with a cramp, 
confine^ tfio&Stf>S8iicx:>8ooc5i. ■■ ■ ■, «. a 
species of convulsion, 00^08^,00^0^0^^ 
c8^; restriction, d6^o9SioDSo9^,oo^f sodSoo^, 
OD^@«o8ooV,— of iron, ootoocSt. 

"Gran'ber-ry, n. ooiot>^oo^ooo9S. 

-Crane, n. a bird, c8|Sc§c^^,G8^8cg1 ; a ma- 
chine, ^8QOTe»o(^c8po^ic8ioaA8 00^ otn 001 
o0(oioo&Sooa>o^;— of a fireplace, ^tooiw 
^loBioDoi 1 ooioSoo^ooooc^. 

•€ra'ni-6ro-gy, n* (@f cBjooda) oo^oj^^oj^oj 


-6ra'ni-um, n. the skull, o8|SQo^c5t»o^. 

£!rask, n* ^68 » , a. liable to careen or 

capfiize, as a ship, 0266^,09^001^,09^02. 

-C^an'ny, n* a chink, a crevice, a crack, 0000 
8^8; a comer, a hole, qoSoooo^^,oo^^v 

"C^ape, H* coto^fioocB^ooodo^S. 

ik^sh, V. $. d8i§^oo^coooS,c8i§^oo@ioDODS,c8t 

§SoD^SooooS. , n. ooSc8t§^^gi 


•Crate, n. a wicker-work hamper, ^Sooooc^S. 

•Cra'ter, n. ooeiSo^Gj^cSf oo^i. 

f)raunch,Cranch|t;.<. Q9^6S«6S05S,ao^6Sooa;8. 

£^a-vat^, n. » neck-tie, fSSor. 

•C^ve, V. t. to beg for, beseech^ entreat, 3olic- 
it,e)909i. See iJ^. 05: 99. wocoQtoo^^ejoftS 
oo^,oog8dB^yioie9Ted09 ^ 00^ oit oo^jioo 
^; to long for, desire, coi|,^,8^^^. 

€raVte, n* a coward, a recreant, ^coiooo^^ 

do, wglf ;f(irl,r^de, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h aa ah| g as j; g as in get; g as z^sas gs; as in ligger. 

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^038|OOgS^i 9lOOigd^lGDlOOOO cop QCS Ql fll 

wioo^cSioooi. , a. See Ceaven, n. 

•Craw, n. QooD|,t»oD|«)^. See Crop, last def. 

•Crawl, V. i. to creep, g1; to move slowly, coi 
oocj8odcS,oo8^5q^8^8; to have a crawling 
sensation on the skin, o&soo^^odc^ooiocQi. 

•Cra/on, n. a drawing pencil, •iScSodooojS. 

•Craze,!v.<. to crush, grind, «iodo^8,&5odoJ«; to 
impair, weaken, «icx)c65ooc8S,«ioDCJgnoo 
§i; ^the mind, «i«i«^od8, qi^Soo^SqS 

•foa'zy, a. impaired, weakend, decrepid, co 
c65cx)c8S,oocxj|)iio3^i,oD^|oo^; intone, de- 
ranged, ^-[^,038000080011,05800881. 

•Creak, v. i. d8^@S@5,d8^($5<^S , n. See v. %. 

dream, n. the top of milk which has been kept 
quiet, o9^g^o6ooo8,oo^ooiood9|SScOi 1^0000 
88^; Cream of Tartar, oDo&^cx)^po1ooioo 
oo^oonoojS; Fig. the best part of a thing, 

•Cream'y, a. like cream, «ioood8S§So6ooo8ooo88. 

•Crease, v. t. to make a mark in by folding 

over, ^8(x>SSo88ooc8ioD(g)c8p. , n. ooS 


•Cre-ate', v. t. to cause to exist, make, ooo9^,qi 


•Cre-ii'tion, n. that which is created, oo^oo^oo 

00008; all created things collectively, the 

world, the universe, oo^booiS^o^ioooo^ 

0900008. See Cbeate. 
•Cre-a'tive, a. having power to create, coi oo 

c8^§80o8oocq8iooioooooo^oj; creating, ooi 

■Cre-a'tor, n. a maker, jioooo^oooi ; God, the 

Maker, oo©ScgicDiooooc8io5c8iooS^ooiS^ 

•Creat'iire (kret'yur), n. any created thing, oo 

Ob^OO^^OOlS^ 000010000^000000800^100^00^ ; 

a beast, an animal, oo^8cS^8,od^8ooSo6i; 
a servile dependent, yiooTOOOo^88oof^ 


•€!re'den9e, n. belief, faith, ooS^5,oo^j^SooS^S, 


•Cre-den'tials (-shals), n. ph testimonials, o5S 


•Cred'i-bfl'i-ty, n. worthiness of belief, credi- 
bleness, oo^ooio@i8fS(di. 

•Cred'i-ble, a. trustworthy, @i8^S,oi^S. 

•Cred'it, v. t. to believe, trust in, ^SooS,|^ooS^S 
ooS; to enter on the credit side of an ac- 
count, «8|pylOO©C0lOo88^^Sb^l0Sl^l Jl 001 

000^^1. , n. belief, faith, oo^^5,oDSf^S 

ooS^S ; reputation, esteem, honor, ooScSp 
880oooioo8i,oooo(^oo80oiofS€8i ; the re- 
verse of debit in book-keeping, ooSi>8^^ 
yioiodoooioo 88 ^^ b ^1 (&\ ^i gi 001 o^^i ; 
trust given or received, ooS ool oo^^iooS 

OOlOOOOOO^€8^88c85o000800lOOOD^^ O^l OOyi 

•Cred'it-a-ble, a. reputable, estimable, c8^88oo 


•Cred'it-or, n, one to whom a debt is due, od«S 


•Cre-du'li-ty, -Cred'u-lous-ness, n. See Ceedu- 


"Cred'fi-lous, a. easily convinced, unsuspect- 
ing, ^8i|5ooS,^5ooS^,^5ooS^,fS@ooS. 

•Creed, n. that which is believed, ooSooio^cSi; 
a summary of faith or doctrine, ooSo8^ 

•Creek, v.i. to creak, d8fb@S@5 , n. a 

small river, a large brook, ooogooioo 

•Creep, v. i. to move, as a worm, or on all fours, 

as a child, crawl, g1 ; to climb, trail, as 

a vine, g1; to move slowly, dbi 00^000^8 

ooo^*; to steal in, insinuate one^s self, obi 

•Creep'er, n. a vine, ooS^S,odS^^ooSc6. 
•Creese, n. a Malay dagger, O£oo8c88,88b8ooi 
•Cre-ma'tion, n. the burning of the dead, oo^ 

o^^ «88op^ioSod 8^. 
•Cre'ole, n. yiG^cjoiSooonooo^^coiooGS^^booi 

drep'i-tate, v.i. to crackle, snap, cS^gSg5§S 


ife,i,d»u9y,long; a,e,!,o,u,j^, short; cfire, far, l&sti f§ll, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; done, ffrr. 

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£Ire8'9ent, a. ooiooo^SodStttioDtSoolcS^cSoooSt. 
, w. the waxing moon, oolc8^ ; the 

figure of the Avaxing moon, ooT c8^ oo opS 

■Cress, «. oooo^oooocxjSooioobc8^ooio68^i,©^^8i, 
Crest, rio a cock's comb, a8(» 8^ og^ ; a tuft of 

hair or feathers on the head, 8^^^iO|t; 

the foamy top or comb of a wave, cx)8oo 

Cresf-fal'lcn, a. dispirited, cowed, dejected, 


s^soDiooco^oo^ QiooicBioocS. 
fJrest'ed, a. oS^SsooS^agf 8^81,(^^8805^00 o5oo 

€re-tVceous, a. chalky, dSf ccno£S88c8^8^o1. 
€rev'i9e, n. a fissure, a cleft, odODojs, ooobiea, 


€rev, n. a company of people, a throng, an 
assemblage, <j)iooooc^i,yioo<j; a ship's com- 
pany, coc88oo^. 

€rlb, n. a box or bin for grain, 8; a manger, a 
rack, Go^c8S3c8^oo^ooc8^ ; a stall, 00^ 3 
cBSSooon; a child^s cot, Sod^ ooc8^6q8; a 

lock-up. See Lock. , v. confine, 

cramp, oSooScoiooSodoqSodoj^Soo^i. 

€rick,n. a kind of spasmodic pain, oo^og^ooQ^. 

Crick'et, w. the insect, odoSi; a play, ooScSSc^ 
coioo^<jji^cx)ooi^oDogS; a footstool, £^*8. 

€ri'er, n. yiooi3ac8sojc8poc)lc8ioDSoooi. 

€rime, n. violation of law, transgression, ooS 

Crim'i-nal, a. guilty, ooioo«icx> jsv^iodq^oo^jCOi 
ooQioo^bsoDS ; relating to crime, od^o0888 

ooSo2Sc»^alooo5<x)S,oof oDiSaooSbaooa , 

w. a guilty person, yiooioo«ioD^8<dioD«p 
oo^,yib8oo8S ; a convict, a felon, ^j\ 00^ 


€rim'i-nal'i-ty, n. guilt, od^«ioo^8«iodq^oo^. 
€rim'i-nate,t;. charge with crime, accuse, 

•Grim'i-nd'tion, w. accusation, ooS o o5S ooS, ooS 

Crimp, -Crimple, v.t. to corrugate, wrinkle, 

plait, «io30j^S,«io|S,«iog8; to curl, qiodod. 
■Crim'son, a. 8i8^coooS,8i«5jf)ooco5. 
"Cringe, v. i. to bend or bow as in base servility, 

fawn, €8jSoDOJ^8OD4888«OO0g8OoS. , H. 

servility, a mean bow. See Cenige, v. i. 
•Crink'le (krink'l), v. % to wrinkle, bend, kink, 


•Crip'ple, V. t. to lame maim, «ioo88i8^,«ic8i 
0§8c8ic8i8^; to disable, weaken, «ic8i 

qj8c8ic8ioDS,«i©Sc8iooSoo6Sooool. , w. 

a lame person, yicoiooSfoo88i. 

•Cri'sis, n. the decisive moment, a juncture, 
ooSSf opS,oacoicr>c8ScDicoSo3CD^<i)opib; the 
turning point of a disease, ooSco)Ioo^«6» 
cSigicSiojiboooocfiS, oSoososctii^icStoo^ 

•Crisp, a. curled, qiooodsoooJoS ; brittle, fria- 
ble, (§8, §8. , V. t. to curl, undulate, 

crimp, qioooo«io6odS,oiooo5«^ooS. 

"Crisp'y, a. curled, brittle. See Ceisp. a. 

•Cri-t3'ri-on, n. an approved law or test, a 
standard, oDSo8o©1,ooS«iogSooS. 

•Crit'ic, n. one skilled in judging of the beau- 
ties or faults of literary works or works 
works of art, a connoiseur, an expert, oi 

00100^g^0g^00^0006008CO8S8flo8CX)^gl8 38 

ooSooQi8ao^oocoi; a fault-finder, a cavil- 
ler, a carper, yioDioo^gSoo^ooSoow^oj^. 
€rit'i-cal, a. skilful in judging of merit, coi 00 

4^^^c6o6o08C080oS@18 88 0oS 00 @18 CD^ 00 

coioo: accurate, exact, cSioSScSifibs ; per- 
taining to a crisis, decisive, ooSoo^ex5888 
crisis; fastidious, captious, ^&^c6|SodSod 
«^a9^Q8,ooi oo&^^^ eo^oo^ ^ ^z. 
•Crit'i-5ise, v. t. to examine and show the beau- 
ties and faults of a thing, og^s8od8|5oo^ 

o60600800888^^(glc8^00S00Ol,8800S0O ox 00^ 

oocci; language, o^Sc6ooScx)c8i; to 

censure, oScoSodq^. 

•Crit'i-9ism, n. a critical remark, animadver- 
sion, ooS|io8q8^^o3Sooc6ioooSoo6^c8iooS 
c8i«b8. See Cbiticibe. 

•Cri-tique', n. a critical essay. See Cbiticibe. 

do,wolf ; furl,r]ide, push; e.t.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; gas j; g as in get; s as z;x asgz; n as in liQger^ 

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•Croak, V. i.— as a frog, o^yijO^cBs.— as a ra- 
von, 880^ex>8yid8|5€6io5c6to5 ; to grum- 
ble, oo|8ooo^oo^. , w. Sio^ootyioooS^, 

■Croak' er, n. a foreboder of ill, a grurabler, yi 


"Crtck, n. soot, smut, od^i^^. , v. <. to 

smut, smootch, »iod^ooiS«oo^i^j5,qioo^ 

€r6ck'er-y, n. earthen-ware, pottery, |8c8^ 

•Groc'o-dile, n. an alligator, @o6,coQp. 
■Crone, n. (in contempt), yi^jiySooi 008^0) ^1<g5. 
-Cru'ny, n. an intimate companion, an associ- 
ate, C^lOO1OC|^8808lOo)0d),^lOD1OoSe^€8l§8 

<jSbSooo88. Colloq. 

•Crook, V. t to make crooked, bend, curve, «i 

op^,c88o;^. , V. %. to curve, op^oji, 

op^c^i,op^c§i,opp©^ • ^-ft curve, a 

bend,ooSooop^,ooSo»opjSoooj: a shepherd's 
staflf, yicgSoSoof ^dStcSc^f 8^. 

•Crook'-backcd, a. stooping, oDoj8*oDioo^Sooaj8. 

•Crook'ed, a. bent, oj^rBS,oocqioo^; curving, 
op^d§i; perverse, <i>ico«jSc^,^Sop^. 

•Crook'ed-ness, w. oD^op^cBS, 00^0003100^,00^061 
ooQpc^j^Soj^. See Cbooked. 

€r6p, V. t to reap, ojg ogS ; to cut of the ends 

of, oj8(^5og5. ,M. the harvest, ooSojS 

co^(g800io^Wo3^6boaioof ^ooc^od ^|5 00 ^ 
8i; a bird's craw, c8^oo^s8aD|. 

•Cro'sier, n. a bishop's staff, |^c88c8ooi36Sj|i« 
85o5JSb; the Southern Cross, 00^0000^^. 

Cross, a. lying across, transverse, oblique, 
athwart, (38^8^081 ; adverse, gS^gSo), (B^ 
@o6S; perverse, qic8oooo8; peevish, fret- 
ful, oot^^,oo«o5|,oD8c8,o3»o5^6S. , v.i. 

to lie across, (^^8^081. , v. t to mark 

across, cBic^Soo^; to lay across, oS8^c8i; 
to erase, o^tootSiogS; to thwart, obstruct, 
cSq^ o)o3^,@o&SooSoo^; to breed, to in- 
terbreed, odIo^SgSSooooo^.— Cross over, 
to traverse, SoSoo^; a bridge, oQi 

116 CRO 

c8i;— ina boat, o^t||.— Cross-examine, 
Cross-question, oo<:gS6ioongSoji,o5ogSoD3) 

oji, , n. one straight line or body 

placed at right angles to another, oo^o 
oiQ8^8^tStc8Sodao8; a kind of gibbetyO^Sf 
gol;that which thwarts, an obstruction, 
00^001 OdG8^8^fe6i,oo^cDi OQ S^ ^8 odSoo^. 

"Cross'-bow, n. ^^. 

•Cross'-eyed, a. ^Soo<3jj,ooq5)bS. 

"Cross'-grained, a.— as wood, o©Q^§8iOog^«9t; 
hard to deal with, contrary, vexatious, 


-CrossMegged, a. as, to sit cross-legged, 99^^ i 

"Cross' ness, n. perverseness, oo^oSc8ooo58; pee- 
vishness, OO^OD9f^,09^CX)8S^^,OD800f^. 

•Cross'-way, n. c^8o5ooS,c:^88^oj^5odS. 

Cross'wige, adv. across, 8f c8i. 

Crotch, w. the space between a prong, a fork, 

Crotched, a. o8^8ioog^,G8^S8oog«ooc^^. 

"Crotch'et, w. a forked prop, oogtoDc^S; one of 
the notes in music, oo^oxo^^sooooc^SS 
o5i,|* ; a bracket, SoSi, [ ]; an odd con- 
ceit, ooSdBa)8^@ooS. 

"Crouch, V. i. to lie close to the ground, <65 
c8i,o&oj8c8i; to cringe, fawn, c8ic8i. See 

•Croup, n. the crop or craw of a fowl,a8dogt; 

the buttocks of ahorse, oooj^ocfiS. , 

n. a disease, oDSafl<B5coSoDo65ooooo;jS. 

•Crow, V. i. as a cock, ot^ q8 ; to vaunt, 

brag, boast, ooc8ioooioDioDScom^9l»88^. 
, n. a kind of bird, Sso^^t. 

•Crow'bar, n. an iron bar used as a lever, 00 


•Crowd, V. t. to press or urge together, oo8o6Si 
to stuff, cram, ooigSysg^S; to squeeze in a 
press of people, o5po5ic8Sooo98,oD^jSc8S 
00 cx)«, eg o9 o1 ; to press by solicitation, 

urge, i>3aDgo8ooScBScBS8i8\ ; sail, 00 

oo^dB^ooSoopojioocoiS. iV.i. to 

throng, cB^odoSSododS. — Crowd around, 

4,e,ifO,u,yilong; a,e,!,o,u,y, short; c&re* far« last, fgll, w hat; t^^re, vgil, tSrm; pique; done, f&r. 

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cS^oioo^toSiooicSSodODt. , n. a num- 

. ber of things closely pressed together, 
oD^SS^SocyioocS^oosooScSSoooos; a throng, 
a multitude, yi8S<jS8SoiQ8^§^^§^oo1 ool 
oolroc^S; the populace, the rabble, <j)ic8i 

^own^n. adiadenr), S^oDo^too^^oocoiooioocD^ 
f08 8i 8i oi ; the sovereign, the king, the 
queen, 8ioiQSoi,|Soi<f^oSoi ; sovereign- 
ty, royalty, ^Soi<jp, 810100 8 od8ic»ooi 
0081; a chaplet, Q^nfJ^i; a reward be- 
stowed on a victor, ooS<^i^ii«ioopoo8^e8; 
top, summit, oo8^8^,(p8^8; an English 
. coin stamped with a crown, ooooosoood 
o^ScoiS^ooajtooSicSpbooioooooiooS. — - — , 
V. t. to invest with royal dignity, make 
king, o5c8^yicx)i8ioi9oc8S, oSc8f 8^000^8 
QOiSpcBi ; to exalt, dignify, *io@iic8^; 
to form the topmost part of, complete, 
consummate, c^iopiodooicS^^icS^. 

-^a^9i-ble, n. a cruset, oDonSyScj^S© odooojS. 

Oru'^i-fiXjW.a cross with the figure of Christ 
upon it, og^^Ql3»8ooob5ooooop5ooio^^ 

^a'^i-f ix'ion, n. ooS^icScoicj^^gloocSi. 

iipa'^i-form, a. cSxoScj^^^cpoyHooSi, 

fSrij'^i-fy, V. t. (gicSf boDicjjB^glo^i. 

/Crgde, a. raw, not cooked, odoo^S; unripe, 
immature, as fruit, coioQaooo803^; in a 
natural state, unprepared, ooooobSooc8i 
otoD^b; undigested, as food, ooioQoDc^tb 
mp ; hasty, ill considered, ooioQcodBoD 


Crade'ness, £!ra'di-ty, n. rawness, unripe- 
ness, immaturity. See Crude. 

-Gra'el, a. destitute of pity, savage, unfeeling, 
coio»»\ooi<»id8oo^,ooG8^8«oo^cx>iaD^i; as, 
a cruel person, yicoiooooSootoo^ioDcSjS. 

'^a'el-ty, n. inhumanity, barbarity, brutality, 


ihru'et, n. a castor, ocSSodiooijSooiqo^Ssod^S 
tffTgise, V. i. to sail here and there, 061918100^ 




-, n. ooS(i>\ 9181 001 Spcb^. 

•Cruis'er, w, a cruising vessel, oDcSooioocbi^i. 


"Crumb (krum), a. cBjJooofJSoooj.cB^ooc^^ooM. 
, r, t. to crumble, 8Sof^t. 

Cnan'ble, v. i. to fall into small pieces, decay, 

perish, c6ioo(^, cSioo^i, cSioD^p. , 

V. t. to break into small pieces, 8Sc^t. 

^•Crum'ple, v. t, to rumple, oS80oc2^,Qio:>S||ta3S&i. 

•Crunch, v. t. oo^AStjSSejSS. See Craunch. 

Crup'per, n. ^i©iWitt:)5r>:oD^oo^S. 

"Cru-sAde', n. 0101 odo^t^SoS^ cScoioocbi ^% 51 ^ 

•Cruse, n. See Cruet. 

€ru'set, n. See Crucible. 

"Crush, t'. t. to press so as to break, <^ioDq}t,d8^ 
coq^s; to comminute, grind, pulverize, AS 
oDoyijoSc^i; to subdue, overcome com- 
pletely, dS^c5Sc8i; to oppress, gi8^^<»i8i, 
«i^iwi§jB. , n. oo^wioDsjSjODScB^ooa}!. 

•Crust,«. an external coat or bhelljOQoj^ySjOoo^, 

ooosoj^QjS;— of bread, cB^oooo^S^. ^ 

V. incrust, oj)iSo3iooSoocBiooioo88p. 

•Crus-tii'ceous, a. Od^exDsSsooSSoo^oSiooioooSS 

"Crust'y, a. hard and friable, §8,c§8; snappish, 
peevish, surly, oD8(j^,oo8g.oD«oo^8@t. 

"Crutch, n. ^^c88ooiooq8jS88oo8^@S. 

"Cry, V. i. to exclaim, cBedS^, cB8od@c8^, cBio 
oj; to scream, cBtc8^«a5oD{^8,cB8c8^oDd68 
b8; to utter a loud voice in weeping, 
bawl, iS^.ifi^ooj; to make a noise, as 
some animals, howl, o38. ,t\<. to pro- 
claim, notify, <j8ojc8^jxnc8i.~Cry out 
against, to inveigh against, cB8c8^,c8iO 
odS; to blame, o5odSoo^|5ooi 00 c8i. — Cry 
down, to decry, depreciate, ox8i!)S|S 
ooS. — Cry out, to scream, yell, cS<.g8Si^ 
000^8; to complain, 03^803 ojS 00^0010009 
op^ooo2ooc88. — Cry up, to praise, extol, 
ito@ii6oS.— — , n.oo^c88,ooScS8oo2« 

•Cr^pt, n. a cave, ooS^icoioooooib ; a tomb, 

do, w^;f&rl,T)id6, p^sh; e.t.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; s asz; xas gz; n as in linger. 

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^Jr^ptic, Cryp'tic-al, a. hidden, secret, occult, 


•Cryp-tjg'ra-pher, n. yicoiooc^soooioSS^Stjji^oo 


'Cryp-tog'ra-phy, n. secret characters or ci- 
pher, ooSr^8oooic5S^(jj|i^9oooSoDc8x. 

"Crys'tal, n. as found in quartz, agate &c. ooiS 
802^; a kind of very clear ghiss, bScooo 
coiooajoooiocooofSjCOiSSo^, ooSoocooooo 
opSoc8iGB^oo1cx>ajS,ooS l^ o cBscci crystal; 
the glass of a watch-case, ^Sc6cx:coicoi 

Crys'tal-liiio, a. ooioowiooodsS crystal oooSs. 
.■Cryn'taUize, v. t. q^fc^cfipooSoococoi crystal, 

€rys'taUi-z /tion, u. ooScfecS^ooi crystal oo«i. 

fjub, n. the young of .-t bear, ooiojS. 

•Cube, w. Geom. ooSoS^SsoooooioijSoocoSicSjS, 
«8^c8iocdB5o88o8«c85oooc>«; Mc/fA. f f 5^ 
coi»ao^ooV*iSixJlc8^ooioooo8coii»co©So^ >> 
©c^SoSx, ^X9«oG,8t X9-69. G^ ttScgS 


•Cu'beb, n. 8^6S8a>aDDj5oo5f8cB8bcoiot|aD^. 
•Cu'bic, CiVbic-al, a. oo^o&888o^ool, ooopSooSi 

Cu'bit, n. oo(gS; one cubit, oo^S. 

Cack'oo, n,cfi^8S^. 

•Cu'cnm-ber, n. 5,5od|S, 

•Cad, n. the food chewed a second time by 
ruminating animals, ooSoocojScciocoocBS 
cfifb: — of betel, a>Sootii(Sp,ocS»oDl; — 
of tobacco, a quid, ooSoDwnoDDD^. 

£!ild'dle, v. t. to hug, fondle, cSf 03^*^,08^ oooj^8 . 

•CudMy, n. €8^oioooi88q8j5odiodc6^icoioc 8^008. 

•Cud'gel, n. a chib, n bludgeon, ||58, ^^c8S. 

•Giie, n. the tail or end of a thing, ooSoo^S,ooS 
ooV 8^; a hint, a clue, 00^03980001,00^00^00^ 

0^^,000808000161 *, humor. aD80C02^0QCO^. 

•Cuff, V. I. to strike with the fist, dSoo^coi^S^. 

, w. the fold at the end of a sleeve, 


Cui-rass', n. oD«88ooiooo380oioD8^nySooooo25» 
•dVli-na-ry, a. oo^c08888«i8c6oqc8S. 
■Cull, v. <• to select, pick out, ^ociooS. 
"CCriy, n. cj>iooi358«c8|^Soocx>8ooiyioi^ooopo30v 
-Culm, w, the stalk of corn and grass, od^odo» 

•Cil'mi-nate, v. i. to come to the meridian, d3^ 
^^cjjS; to reach the highest point, as of 
rank, honor. &c. (]8^8^3,g8^c8ooooi1 
•Curmi-na'lion, n. See Culminate, 
"Ctrpa-ble, a. blameworthy, criminal, ^isoS- 


Cul'prit, n. a criminal, (^ioDioe^iioo^o9^b8aoi, 


-Cul'ti-v^te, V. t. to till the ground, yi&Sgi^t, 
«i^8wioo^,oj^odS<j|;8odS; to study, Qic8a>^ 
sjr^sj?; to improve by labor, or by study, 
civihze, refine, ^\%^S^osS\S^co\^\(^ 
cS^odScS^ x)^,yio8p»ic8d8|SoD^, q\oig8^. 

•Cn'ti-v I'tion, -CLlt'ure, iu See Cultivate. 

'Cul'ti-va'tor,w. an agriculturist, a farmer,^! 

€:rvert, 12. cfiiSooiooSoSoD^c^jiooSSp. 

-Cim'ber, r. t. to overload, oSc8So9^x:8So9^jii 
Odl^^9d9i8; to retard, ^800^; toembarrasSi 
trouble, «i<»5ooS, @o65oo5ooS,3otc8Scd^ 
ooiooS«io65oo5ooSooo8. Seec^i. co: 90. 

•Cam'ber-s6me,CLm'broils,a. not easily borne, 
burdensome, ^7230ic|Se^; troublesome^ 
vexatious, coioo'^ia55oo5oDS. 
/-Ciim'bran^e, n. hindrance. See Cumbeb* 

■Cum'in, )i. 4SocS,ooS^i^ooo9C25. 

•Cu'n.u-1 .te,?' heap up,o5^^ooS,o5ySc8SoD^. 

Cu'ne-ate, Cii'ne-a'ted, -Cu-ne'i-form, ijiJnv 
fv,rm, ^. wedge-shaped, ooop^oe8ic8ioS 


•Ciin'ning, a. skillful, expert, c^vioo^, cj^ooj^ 
oj^c^jOj^odSoo^ . See j8i. 90: jq; artful, 
designing, ^§Sc6ooSoiooS,coiooc^oooc:^c» 
olooSc^. , w, skill. See Cunniko, o. 

-Cup, n. a small bowl, g8,^88,o3ooi,c8i8;atear 
cup, ooSo8ooc88; the liquor contained lo 
a cup, oo^o6g8^coi£I^i. — ^ — , 1^. t. tA 

jue,i,d,u,y,loDg; a,e,i,d,u,y9 short; care, far, l&stt fftU, what; thSre, vgil, term; pique; donei fte 

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draw blood with a cupping-glass, oj*^ 

fSp'-bear'er, n. ooyi85c:88,ooyiog^ooS(Soooi, 
C&j/board (kub'unl), n. oooolQcioci^oDioo\gS 

€&'pel, n. 8«^f 8^8oDooo25oci<j)\^Sog5^5ooiQQ^i. 
Cu-pid'i-ty, n. covetous:. ess, oo8ngoQSoo),c8oi*. 
€u'iK>-la, II. a dome, ooS8^q^icoiooc8io58taic^ 

fSip'ping-glasa, n. gsajsoDotooS. 
fjftr, n. a worthless dog, cig^coioooo9ioo^,og^ 

CO! ODOofiSoOoQsOO^OoS. 

{Jfir'a-ble, a, remediable, as disease, odSooIcoi 
»ooo5^ :S^,03Sao1oo looo^ofpioj . 

(Ju'ra-jy, n. th« ofl5ceof a curate, ooSoocSSx^ 
fOtSi curate. 

f)u'rate, w. ^coooooc^iSesSpooDi^etoooa. 

€ar', a. tending to cure, coi oottiojjl oji 

f^-ra'tor, w. a trustee, a guardian, yxodioo 
o6»r3jiflgSoji,i^g8^8oo r>So:)Oi. 

€ftrb, w.— of a bridle» (cwsd^SsQt) ^101^0011308 
co^^ood^ooS; a restraint, ooS«io55?x)5. 
oo^8io5Sco5; a well-curb, o6^iooooc|^i 06 

^lOdS^^. , t;. t to rein in, as a horse, 

q^t32t80ib3o8^; to restrain, check, sub- 
due, c^i^iDoStgaoSooSoo^. 

{jdvd^ n. coagulated milk, ^SoocSiooodi. 

Oftr'dlo. v.%. to coagulate, thicken, concrete, 

cSiODcm. , v.t. to change into curd, 


€uro,r.<. to heal, make whole or well, qio^^ 
ojiodS; to remove an evil, remedy, »ioi 
dB^o2iooS,:§optooSa>oioji»aooic8^ oDib ; 
to prepare for preservation, preserve, 
pickle, co6b5ooc8ioo^SoS800cfocoo88ic3ooi. 

, w.the act of healing, coSyio^oji 

o3^ccn,ooSo^1o9i; a remedy for disease, co 
oS^ooiuoQio^oDiooSodlSo&iS^i; a curacy, 
03^0800^ wiooiooc8ioo|S curate. 

fftr^few, n« an evening bell,oo^8oic^ooic8t^^ 
^ 9doocB^So8iya 9^80000668 00 c8i oo^ coi ^ 1 

•Cii'ri-os'i-ty, n. a desire to know something 
new or unknown, inquisitivene88,0Dta>i 
oc8^oo^8^c^^g1oooo80dioo^ 001 oc^oo oo^St 
oooop^otoD^b; an object of curiosity, 00^ 

001 OOcdlcSS c8l«8bODl oS^n^SSsOof CODS. 

•Cu'ri-ors, a. inquisitive, prying, 8^oc^8^ 
ojjSgloooosooSoooDojSoDogS ; skillfully 
wrought, rare, singular, cSicSlcSidS. 

•Cc'/ri-of.s-ness, w. See Ccbious. 

■Cdrl, V. t to form into ringlets, ODn5,a:n5o6,o 
65,o65oo5; as leaves, 0£O3|^c8^; to 

curve, cgib; to twist, oSori. , n. a 

ringlet, ooSogoo^^,aD^<^i,ooS65ooo. 

€ar'lew, n. S^q^^^,m^xSitco^S^aS\hS. 

■Cflrl'y, a. OD^ocniSscnrl. See Cuel. 

Cftrry-htad'ed, a. S^ojododoo. 

£ur-mLd'geon, ;?. a miser, yiooiooaotcSootcS.. 

•Cur'rar.t, n. ooiod^ooosc^jS, 

■Ciir'ren-jy, n. general circulation, oo^cbioo^r 
cbitfif 8100S; general acceptance, (xAcbx 

OO^SOoSoO^lOD^OD^tOC^IODJSoO^t, 8l|S Od c8S 

cfif^ibt; that which is current as a medi- 
um of trade, money, cS^ioo^ooiocc^cS^ 
•9O£i^0tooioo^y ioo^oo1oo^oo8^ooo|S|^ o c8» 
€01 currency.] 
Cur'rent, a. in general circulation ar.d use, 
001 yiooofx 00s 0902^00 1 $ 00 91^ 0t 031 00^ ^\ 
ooSficfloaSS; generally admitted, coiyioo 
o:^itt?sotOj^^»c85oDS ; now occurring, coi od 
Qiuoootbo&i. ,M. of a stream,o5 


€ai'ri-cle, n, a two-wheeled chaise, o^SosodS 
ooo:o^SG8^8800ooo^w30^,ODOD^ofib9q^. ly 

-Cur'ri-er, n. a leather-dresser. yitiooSogS.J 

■Cut'ry, v.t. to dress leather, a.<i5oDcBiooS5i 
coiooSoSioDS^ioogS; to clean with a cur- 
ry-comb, goo^ 001 o5f cci ; — favour, to 
fawn upon, gif^^opbSoQooiooo38iooiyio\ 

ocd3^So&tooo3)^^oo^9Sioo^gioo8^. , n. 


fJur'ry-corab, n. od^ooi. 

•Ciii'se, r. t. to imprecate evil upon, execrate, 
o ^aVdb^ooidB^dSodH: to inflict evil, c^t 

^Bfii^Qlf; fttrltT sde, PV^h; e.i,0. silent; $ as s; 9h as sh; gas j ; g as in get; g as z; j( asgz; v as in li agt^r.^ 

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05J5 yi CO! ooS S^ 051 dB^ 08, ooS oo ooii a> fl. 
— — , V. i. to utter imprecations, swear, 

d3^§|S|d3^0di. , n. malediction, mS 


^i]br«'ed, a. execrable, accursed, @i8oo^ooS 
oB^ooisB^oS; most abominable, detesta- 
ble, hateful, ooibd8b8^8^oo<J)5opio@i8 

•CAr'so-ry, a. hastily performed, odioowiodosj^ 
ooS; superficial, wioDcgiooS; slight, care- 
less, coiooSoc8Soocx>8ooj8^cojB9oc8,«iooc8i 

£!Art, a. short, crusty, ooiooSooc8i5x8«<j^,3). 
^ur-tail', V. t. to abridge, shorten, wicj^dBi ; 

to lessen, diminish, «ioo«c8x,«i5ic8t. 
£!Ar'tain, n. a cloth suspended for a screen, 

ooSoj)«oooi,oooooD^*; of abed, oS8i. 

, V. t. tflOOOlODSboOlOO^CCJjSOOOly VI 

oooiooSooi oooDoof * . 

^Art'ness, n. shortness, ooSoo<j^. 

^(ir'Ta-ture, n, a bending, oo^oj^,ooSoj^rSS; a 
bend, a curve, a crook, ooSoooj^,ooS^§. 

-GtiTvey V. t. to bend, crook, inflect, wiooc^i, 

wio^^c^i. , V. i. to decline from a 

right line, deflect, cx)c^i,oj^oDc^i,a?^oo 
o^|,^; to be serpentine, oj^rB5,oD^oc^8 
o^^oo6|t. , n. a bending without an- 
gles, a flexure, oo^oD^o)Ji,ooSoj^oji,ooSg§. 

^dr'vet, V. t. to leap, bound, if oo^d,^c8^ooS, 
^cSfood. , n. a leap, ooSifoo^o. 

£!Ar'vi-lin'e-al, "Cfir'vi-lin'e-ar, a. oof cobSsooS 

fJush'ion, w.- — —to sit on, ooScx>oij5,ooSoo(^So; 
to recline on, ooSoooif ,|ODDif • 

€!u8p, n. ooSjSjS; as, of the moon, oD]c8pd8ooi 

-Ciisped', a. pointed, (]S|S8soo8f f^. 

f)ufi^tard, n. oo^(Sfooooo2S<iibS8;89|S,o&oDfooi> 

€u8'tard-ap'ple, w. (S^jSoDJS. 
£Ju8-t6'di-al, a. 0D|SQ0t8t88a)^. See Custody. 
^8-(6'di-ftn, n. a keeper, a superintendent, a 

guardian, yiSsoo^S. 

"Cus'to-dy, n. judicial safe-keeping, watob- 
care,oo^8«ooS,a:>SoiiooS; confinement, im- 
prisonment, ooS8««>5,ooSoS88ex:>S. 

£Jus'tom, n. common practice, habit, usage, 
ooa2SoocoS,ooSaD^,ooS^^V, duty on im- 
ports and exports, ooSogf c^. 

•Cus'tom-a-ry, a. according to custom, con- 
ventional, Soocf^oocoS(]8fbooo8t; habitu- 
al, Soo^^^boooSs. 

•Ciis'tom-er, «. a buyer, a purchaser, 910010^ 

■Cus'tom-house, w, ooSoof c^oocSS. 

-Cut, V. t. to sever, separate or divide with a 
sharp instrument in various ways, 8f 
<fe5, oj^8<^S, o^p <feS, c^ (^8, ^t, oof oj^S ; to 
carve, o3),8fci)5; to intersect, rj^cESoiS 
^8; to wound the feelings, lacerate, a\ 
oolc^i 008.— Cut across, cbiSSr^cbio^od^ 
ooc8.— Cut down, to fell, oj^ScfitoSx ; to 
lessen, diminish, gioo8c8i,»i9ic8i. — Cut 
off, to separate by cutting, sever, oj8(^5, 
c^c^5,8Scfe5 ; to kill, g\o5; to put away» 
6eparate,o5c8f o55,o5oo8ifl65; to prevent, 
@to5ooS.— Cut out, to take out by cutr 
ting, ooif c8f ogS,r>2tc8f o^ ;— a garment, 
to shape *by cutting, fashion, ooSooSojoo^ 
088; to superscde,c8|5|^^ooc8i; to frustrate, 
out do, wicSic^SngScfii.— Cut short, to 
make to stop suddenly, q^8s8oo^oo^ooc6i0; 
to shorten, abridge, gi<jf cSi.— Cut un- 
der, to undersell, wi^icdioo^i. — Cut 
up, to divide into parts by cutting, oj8 
cfe5oooj^5oooj5 ; to clear away, bSoSoo^; 
to criticise severely; as, to cutup a book, 

*8oo88i,6j5^f«ofajfajf . , n. the gap 

or opening made by cutting, a cleft, a 
gash, oDSoj^tooc8S,ooSc^ooc8^,ooScnfoj^S» 
c8S; a groove, ooSoof oj^80oc8S. See CuT,r.<. 

•Cu-ta'ne-ous, a. belonging to the «kin, cof tD8 


"Cutch, n. catechu, o58opS,o58jV 
•Cii'ti-cle, w. the epidermis, the scarf-skin, i^ 
o80Dioo88f 0000001. 

M4*^***»y»^^^» a,e,T,6,u,y, short; eftre. far. \ktlt,i^% ivhat; th^e, v§il, tSrm; pique; done, fiktf 

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-Cut'las, -Giit'lass, n. ^zcocoa^S. 

•Cut'ler, n. ^icoi9o«i^s8i§8iooo3ojSo3o;^5oooi. 

-Giitler-y, i/.^88i§8i,aDobSooScx>iooj^8ooSo5) ooS|5. 

-Cutlet, n. ooSg^fibsoS: a cake made of meat 
and potatoes, ooSggpobSc^soooo^oo^. 

-Cut'ter, n. a cutting instrument, odSq8S8«oood 
^coiooj^«ob5oolobSooS|^^ o Sz ooi cutter, a 
swift boat, dS^of 001 oo ^ ; a small one- 
horse sleigh, ^tSooinoc^Sooq^oc^sb. 

-Cuf -throat, n. a murderer, a ruffian, an as- 
sassin, yiooiooc^ioSyioioooDS, 

-Ctit'ting, n. the act of cutting, oD^ajgcfeSoolobS 
coS; a piece cut oif, a slip, ooSooojS ; a 
scion, a graft, o^^ocoiodOd^o^tc^oQcot 
ooioooooj^cSicgtctiibooS^; an excavation, 
a cut, co^coSqoScoA. 

*Crit'w§l, n. rBiooiojoooS^ooojS. 

^ut'-wa'ter, w. the fore part of a ship s prow, i 
oocfio©8^^^,ooc6^^8f. j 

Vy'cle, n. an imaginary circle or orbit in the j 
heavens, ooSoo8ioD{5?30t8t^8p ; the inter- | 
val of time in which certain phenome- ; 
na in the revolutions of the heavenly : 
bodies always recur and in the same [ 
order, oocoiooa>c8Scoi^S,cd1,co^,c6icx)^t i 
ooSooc8i8icx>c8i88opio5iooiooc8S9^b ^5 ©S. | 

dg, wolf;furl,rude, push; exo. silent; 9 as s; 9h as 

^'y 'clops, )i. 88ooc8588oooo1oDODOj5oDiyidB8^G8|S 

^'yg'net, n. a young swan, cfi^coiojooS. 
9y'clo-pe'di-a, n. See Encyclopedia. 
9yl'in-der, n. ooS(jji^c8,ooS(jji^c^i,ooS<jji|Soic8. 
^y-lin'dric-al,^Vliu'dric, a. ijji^^jtjji^c^^j^i^ 

^ym'bal, t/. opi^c^i,oo^ir88boDi 51^58. See oco 

^yn'ic, n. a morose, contemptuous person, c^i 
eS^StooooSoj^ojooi 00^ ^S o o55 ooS, 00 1^ CO 

^yn'ic-al, a. snarling, captious, currish, 00^ 
oot8« cynic coi ooc^ioooosSog^co^ioo^sdoSt. 

^yn'o-sure (sin'o-shur), w. the constellation 
of the Lesser Bear, in which the polar 
star is situated, aopojSojP; that which 
serves to direct, ooScoiooajiyi, 

^y'pher, n. See Cipher. 

^'y'press, n. the tree, ooScoiooooogB ; a creep- 
ing plant, 28o^odS8i,g8o^oo8o1. 

^'yst, n. Physiol. oi»ooi^, ooooic8S,oooodc8,«S 
o^@^ (membrane) oooDogS. 

Czar, (zar), v. ^j|ioo8ioi. 

Cza-ri'na (za-rc'na), n. ^j|it»^Soi^p. 

Czar'o-witz, w, ^10081 01008 ^bScBoooi. 

sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 


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Dab, v. t. to strike gently, boD8oo8,b§S; to 
strike with a soft substance, ooibSsooS 

oooD^SojSjOOibooiooSoaoD^S^. , fi. a 

gentle blow, a tap, oo^boo^oo8c>D8,ooSoDi 
ooSod8od8; a small lump, ooS^5ooc8^8. 

Dab'ble, v. i. to play or splash about in wa- 
ter, paddle, c85c^b§S©|5^8oo^ooio6o^,ooS 
cBSr^co ; to do slightly or superficially, 
QiooSoD^S^^Sf Soof , tti^SgSooS ; to tam- 
per, meddle, c85,c8SooS. 

Da-coit',Da-koit', n. oneof a gang of East India 
robbers. yioo^cosSsoD^soD^SoD^ooaDc^i. 

Dad, Dad'dy, n. oS,8cd^cB«^^oooS. 

Dag'ger, n» a poniard, SGbtoD^,f sobtoo^. 

Dag'gle ^-gl),t;,f . to trail in the mire,draggle,be- 
mire, oo^@ScoiiS^8^oD^^<Xj5l,ooioD65org1. 

Dai'ly, a. or adv. every day, day by day, St 

Dain'ti-ness, n. See Dainty. 

Dain'ty, a, savory, 6j5,6^o8,9o6pooooi ; nice in 
selecting food, fastidious, ^gS^odSoJSooS 
aoiSssS^lScD^osSi; delicate in form or 
appearance, oi, o5oDi,oogS^8,aj)V^c^5. 
, n. a delicacy, oo^GS^oDioQoSodsoi. 

Dai'ry, (di'-ry), n. the management of milk 
and the making of butter and cheese, ooS 
8joorBSc8^oD^i, ooSooc8S^o«iooS6|pocS8©S 
rSsoDi dairy. 

Dai'ry-maid, n. a maid who attends to the 
dairy, 85^^ooioo«aoo^e8ooSoDp2)D888dairy. 

Dai'sy, n. 8ooodo;jSoo6i, 

Dale, n. a vale, a dell, ooSooc8Sc8ioiiooioog8^ 


Dalli-anje, n. See Dally. 
Dal'ly, V. i. to waste time in idleness or pleas- 
ure, trifle, delay, «iooi5og5oo«iooSoocoi 


ooodc8^coiooc85(^odSoo(j^i; to toy, play 
wantonly, c8S<^85^j5,c8Sc^o3Sc8io588cx)^ 

Dam, n. a female parent (among quadrupeds), 

oDSo58^oop«o888a)fSr8S8ooD2l. , n. a 

bank or mole to obstruct or confine wa- 
ter, ooSod^SoSSodS, odSc8io55«5, odSodS^ 
o55,a>»if. , V. t. to obstruct, con- 
fine, oD«ipo5ScoS,DD8^o3523o5,(fli<»5«)5. 

Dam'age, n. detriment, injury, harm, odSoos 
<i5oD88i^i oil ^t gi ; pi. damages, Law. 
satisfaction, recompense, odScBsjcoiod^ 

«t0088l^l«>0oS00«S,880O100«lCX>88iyXCOl CO 

8ioo«8 , V. t to injure, hurt, harm, 

Dam'aged, a. (in various ways), injured, hurt,, 
harmed, coioooj|i85ic8i,«>oj5ic8i,oooi5x 


Dam'ask, n. oo^8oo8*,oDSo68Q5oooDco5cx>lboo8(nl 

Dame, n. a lady, «8«8, 85<j^ooios)(fip88oocoio> 
8i; a mistress, oo©S^S. 

Damn, v. t. to condemn, adjudge to punish- 
ment or death, sentence, l^^Stop; to 
consign to hell, ©jS^^ajcoc^S^i; to curse, 
execrate, dB^ooi,i8o88cx)S. 

Dam'na-ble, a. worthy of damnation, ooScot 


Dam-na'tion, n. oDScD^S^^^ajoOc^S^i. See 

Damp, a. moist, humid, ODJ58^,cx>f g^crxgiSojr 

, n. fog, 5>jS ; moisture, humidity, 

ooSao^§^,a>SoD^|5oc^8; depression of spir- 
its, dejection, discouragement, 0D8c8icgt 

c8ic5n,cx>8os)6SoooDl5ac8i. , v. t. to 

make humid, moisten, «icx>^8^; to check, 
weaken, «i ao8 c8i 51 c8i 05 AS oo oil ; to 

a.e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, f§ll, what; there, vgU, term; pique; done, fdr 

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dispirit, discourage, «i©Sc8iod8oo6SooodI. 
Damp'ea, v, t. or t. to make or become damp, 

Damp'er, n. that which damps or checks, |^ 

Damp'ness, n. moisture. See Damp. 

Damps, w.^i.gaseous products found in mines, 
wells &c. ooS(»od6ooiooS(£x,(^o1«c^*). 

Dam'sel, n. a maiden, a maid, a virgin, ^^co 

Dan9e, v. i. to frisk, caper, ^iooc5j5,©po^^G|8; 

, as a boat on the water, ||08ooo5^ 

oDOOi^. , n. ooS^ioooS^^iooco^. 

Daii'9er, n. yioDioo>>ioDo5^ooS. 

Dan'dle, v. t. to caress or fondle, as an infant, 
88o:j^,88coS,r8cfif^^ ,rBrBoo^ . 

Dan'drufi; n. scurf, 8?oj5,8^^^8^coS;8pfo^{B. 

Dan'dy , n. a fop, a coxcomb, yiSjSoD^ ^ 001 oo 
oSoioQODS. See Coxcomb. 

Dan'ger, n. exposure to injury, loss, or pain, 
peril, hazard, ooS 00^ c8^ooSooc8Sg8^coi 
oooooojSooS^^oo^^soo tS, ooSoof 0^8 8i ooS «i 

Dan'ger-oiis, a. perilous, hazardous, unsafe, 
oojBao«88 danger, 6oS8ooSooo88oo«iooi»id8 
wioDyioD^^8; person, <j)io8fcx>«jS^. 

Dan'gle(dang'gl),t;,t. to hang loosely, swing, 

Dank, a. damp, moist, wet, 03^8^. , n. a 

Persian coin, c8SoiSj|ioo<^ool. 

Dap'ple, a. spotted, variegated, coi 00 o5^ to 
nS^oib. , V. t. «ii^8^,«io5^«o,b8o5^. 

Dap'per, a. little and active, smart, spruce, oS, 


Dare, v. i. to venture, «io2J5,oocgia)p. , 

v. t. to venture, risk, hazard, |,«ic2^,j© 
tb8; to defy, challenge, 0)1,001^^. 

Dark, a. without light, q8, c»oD8iooG8p,c8ia3q: 
gloomy, cSioD^; of a dark color, ooc^ 
ogb ; without prospect, ^SooSooSoocSSoo 
gBS^^^^oo^; obscure, not perspicuous, 
oocgloo^, 8^c85b; unenlightened, igno- 
rant, CO100OJ^00S<3800S, dB8^dB<^800^00GS^, 


n. darkness, 

ooS©8,ooS58odS^i; obscurity, ooSa>(g^,ooS 
cS^cjjpcgloocglcjjl ; ignorance, ooSoj^gloo 

Dark'en, v. t. to make dark, deprive of light, 
«is)tc8i,«\c8ioDq^,«is)8ogS8cx)1;to make de- 
spondent, wisoscSigicSioo^^^coS; to ob- 
scure, perplex, «iooc30^02|S,«i«i«Soo*; to 
render dim, deprive of vison, «iq80o^5. 

See ^, oo: 00. , v.i. to grow dark, 

as evening, ^Sod1,^S©8,s)8. 

Dark'nesB, n. gloom, obscurity. See Dabe. 

Dark'some, a. without light, dark, gloomy, m 

Dar'ling, n. one dearly beloved, a favorite, 

0D8c8,aD88f 8^,oD8no8i. , a. beloved, 

dear, ooiodi^G8i,oD8cg(Si8f 8^ooc65. 

Darn, v. t. oo8cx>68,oo8opS8. , n. a place 

mended by darning, ooS«ic§ooioDiooScor 

0008,00^ 008Op^d. 

Dart, n. a short lance, a javelin, any pointed 
missile weapon, ^S© cgl, ^S 568, ^opcgl. 

, V. t. to throw, as a dart, hurl, 

launch, cg?^Scb8. , v. i. to fly like a 

dart, cbi^giu — Dart away, ooo^p* — 
Dart about, «ioood8oooSoooS or 000S008S. 

Dash, V. t. to throw or cause to strike with 
haste or violence, ^8c68c8i,og5ooSoD^icD 
odS; to throw (water), b8o6,b8c8|5c6 ; to 
break, shatter, ruin, og5co88iooS,8ooSooS, 
cg5oD098ooS ,8c8i§SooS; to abash, confound, 

«i85c8i^S,q^8b5a98. , r. t. torush,e)oS 

booo^ScS; to collide, oo^88ooc^«8; — as 
waves, co8S?^8, co8i^8^. , n. See 

Dash, v. t. and v. i. a mark in writing, 
ooSc^fcoioc^£o55oo<jjioocxxx^55oSi, ( — ). 
Dash'ing, a. ooo§SoDcgioDS,ooioo«ioD<gSoDcgi 

Das'tard, a. cowardly, craven, oo^5i,^§^cfli 
ooS,coiooo2^jod8^(x>g8^. , w. an ar- 
rant coward, a poltroon, yicoiooog^|OD8 

do,w9lf ; f{irl,rftde, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g- as j ; g as in get; § as z;x as gz; n as in lieger. 

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Da'ta, «. jpi. things admitted. ooSoooSoooQicoi Days'-work, v. ooS«iooji,oQ^ig)ooooS«i. 

Date, n. a fruit, 8^oc8^cx>^ ; the time of an 
event or writing, oo^r^s^^ ^^, col, oocoi 
oooDcSS. , r. t. to note the time of, 

Daub, V. t, to smear, plaster, wioo^ooioo^cS, j 

03^001 oDpdSooV, to paint coarsely, jjooS 

oooioo^. ,n. a smear, oo^oo^ooioo^dB 

Daugh'ter (daw'-),n. 8^^; daughter-in-law, bf. 
Daunt, V. t. to intimidate, dismay, appall, •»! 

Daunt'less, a. fearless, courageous, intrepid, 

brave, odiooS^ioocS^, coioooocgioo^ooS, j. 
Dau'phin, n. §^ii£»8ioi9o8glbSrBcoioooo|^Soof 

Dau'phine, Dau'phin-ess, n. dauphin, oowl. 
Dgw'dle, V. i. to trifle, idle, «iooSoio6oo<fe<^, 

yiooScDcbSoooS. , r. t. to idle away, 

O3i5og5o»ooi 9oooc8Sooc8ooc8. 
Dawn, t;. t. to grow light, ^S8ic8jS,^S%)o^o1c8f. 
-, n. the break of day, day-break, 

Dfize, V. dim or blind with light, dazzle, 
«is)8o^5coiooSoD^Soogi ; to confuse, be- 
wilder, 000^lc8l,«100OplCDI. 

Dciz'zle, V. t. to overpower with light, daze, 
cbgoD^^, 00(^^0^, fibsoo^S ; to excite to 
admiration or surprise, confound, q^gco 

Dea'con, n. an officer in a church, oo8*,ooS 

(]8^§^OQ90Qyi,ODC^8oD^ . 

Dc"a'con-es8, n. ooSoS^^jSoosooyiSS^jp. 

Dea'con-ship, DtVcon-ry, n. o&8tooc8S,ooS»xooi 

Dead, a. deceased, oDo5,ooa5 : lifeless, inani- 
mate. oDta3^oo(]8^; motionless, inert, 00 
oj^tooosy oiSoooiS; without energy, dull, 
056Sc»a)1ooc8pcoii,oD; extinct, not used; 
as, a dead language, oo^oocSicoKjp^^i 

yiOOOOcSlODIlOO^b^OO^^OQlisbcOlOO^ OO c8l 

oooD. , w. the dead, yicoioaooooSboo 

e^; stillness; as, the dead or depth of 
night, ooSS8ooS^ic8S,ooSI)i|S^Soooo^S. 

^Sao^ol, 8id8^a)i ; beginning, first ap- { Dead'-drunk, w. ^loogopioocooD^gloo^oooM. 

pearance, rise, ooSc8^c8|5cS, odSo6c8^cS, ' Dead'-light, t?. oDcflooooSojjS^ooS^'cxjjg. 

ooS©8c8^cS,Soi8ooS(»o8io2t8toDcfec8^. Dead'en, v.t, to impair in vigor or force,blunt, 

Day, w. the period from sunrise to sunset, ji, wiooicSi^icSiooSoa oS 00 xl ; to make tor- 

<jS^i; the period from sunrise to sunrise pid, benumb, Qiocja>^\,«ioocgioo^i. 

again, 08 ; by day, ooi^jSoolS; time of — , Dead'ly, a. capable of causing death, fatal, 

ooSioocoScxDg, ooooiooo3c8^; a specified \ odioowiod^^; poisonous, cdi 0003^1 oSyi. 

time, ooSoj^iioidS ; day by day, a>^iS8oo Dcad'ness, n. dullness, inertness, vapidness, 

|i; from day to day, oo^ioo^oof i»oo|ioo^ i ooSocjoo^i,ooSooojSojS,ooSooajtoobi. 

oofi; to-day, <^co1(Pi,oofio&i; victory; as, Deaf (def or def), a. ^Sooooi,^Sooi. 

he won the day, fiib>»ifn,(»ifiiQiQO^b. 
Day'-book, n. a journal of accounts, odScoioo 

Day'light, n. ^800)8,^^0000^0081. 
Day'spring, w. day-break, ^Soopol,^Soo|Sc8{S. 
Day'-star, n. the morning star, oo^oj^S8i. 
Day'-time, n. ^Soo18. 
Days'man, n. an umpire, a mediator, yi coi 


Deafen, v. t. wiooooif8,(i)ioo(^8of8,«r^8f8. 

Deafness, n. 008 00^^03001 ,00800^^001. 

.T)("ai, t\ t. to distribute, divide, share out, ^i 
05^008 , V. t. to act, behave, con- 
duct, c§80oao8S(£iS§i; to trafiic, trade, 

• <J)ic65 d)i oDi, yt ooS 00I 008.— Deal by, to 
treat either well or ill, «ioo8coi yicoi opS 
010801,0080510891,— Deal in, to trade in, 
<^ioo8o8oo8coioeo8 008 ^1 A^ ooH gBjS 008 ; to 
have to do with habitually, practice, 

a,e,if6.u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y^ short; cftre, far. l&Bt,ftll, what; th^re, vgil, term; pique; done, f6i, 

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DEB 126 

j8§^ «1 OoS 001 OQ CO^ QD8 8l OoS o5l OoS Jl. 

Deal viitiii to treat, xise, Qioo^SoSiSgi,»i 
yioiSo&iSgi ; to discipline, correct» 08^ 

^jSoo^. , n. an indefinite part, much, 

O9^06>1; a great deal, oo^oJioi); pine or fir 
wood, oo^s§* 

Deal'er, n. a trader, a shop-keeper, a mer- 
chant, <j)iooiooS8. 

Deal'ing,n. intercourse, trade. See Deal, vJ. 

Dean, n. a bishop's assistant, ^icoiooo^^siigi 
dii bishop 00 oi; the head of some En- 
glish universities, ooiodH q\ c8 06S 01 8^ 00 

Dear, a. of high price, costly, expensive, ootjx 
8^; greatly esteemed, beloved, co^coS 

d&PooScg,@itoofooS{^^ooSog. , n. a 

beloved, yicx>iodb^c8i«0Dtc8, cx>s8^8^. 

Dear'-bought (-bawt), n. i»yi8f<fe^c8«. 

Dear'ly, adv. 8|58^; at a high price; as, to pay 
dearly, c»yi8^8f ; dearly beloved, <j)iooi 
os&pcBiS?; to love dearly, db^SjSS^. 

Dear'ness, n. high price, costliness, <rAoo<j\ 
8^; tender love, tenderness, oD^db^ooSog. 

Dearth, n. scarcity, cx>i,ooS»58ooSo:»i: famine, 
want, ooSoo^aic8i8^,ooSc8^oDSc65i. 

Death, n* cessation of life, decease, dissolu- 
tion, oo^oS; the cause of death, ooSd^ioS; 
a personification of death, ooSo58^ ; in 
danger of death, ooiooSo5oo<jji. 

Death'-bed, w. ooSo5ooc8S©,oo^ooooooc8S. 

Deathless, a. not subject to death, immortal, 
imperishable, oSoooj. 

Death'like, a, resembling death, QioDsSoeo&b 
ooo8« ; cadaverous, pale, ghastly, ooopS 

Deathly, a. fatal, deadly, destructive, coiodco 
»io5|^Syi. See DeadIiy. 

Death'-watch, n. a small kind of insect, 01^ 
0000 cob* 

De-bar', v. L to preclude, shut out, exclude, 
@oo5«>5,Qn^tOT5«o5,ooqtgSoo^; to deny, 
r^use, oo8^c9^cx>too|5« 

De-biUrk^, v. t. to land from a ship, disem- 


bark, O2ic8io9ioocd^i8<o8^928. 

De-biise', v. t. to degrade, abase, ^lootcSa^icSi 
9ocoioo8i,Qi<2^dBiodo6^. See Alloy. 

De-base'ment, n. adulteration. See Debase. 

De-bdte'a-ble, a. liable to be debated, disputa- 
ble, oocSScBp^ooiooio^iiSSooSopo^ooo^. 

De-bite', v. t and t^. i. to argue, dispute, dis- 
cuss, oSc85c§c8S,o6ic85tSc85. ,n. dis- 
cussion, ooSoSc85c§c85,ooSo6ic8SfSc8S. 

De-bauch', v. t. to corrupt by sensual indul- 
gence, pollute, vitiate, wicotc^S^^iootSioo 
>>iooo5^^SooRootS ; to seduce from alle- 
giance, lead astray, qioo«8iyiooog{5c8oo 

ooic8i,8jioD«^. , n. intemperance, 

lewdness, debauchery. See Debauch, v. t. 

Deb'au-yhee', n. a man habitually lewd or dis- 
sipated, a rake, a libertine, yicoioogSaS 


De-bauch'er-y, n. excess of sensual indul- 
gence, sensuality, intemperance, mS^x 
8ioi8i,oD%iaDc5|S^SaD8oo(jji ; disloyalty, 

De-bauch'ment, n. See Debauch, v. t. 

De-ben'ture, n. a writing admitting a debt, 
o55(i^p8^oooD.ooi 9aoooo^c8«oDi5^ioJi^i&i 

De-bil'i-tate, v. t. to weaken, enfeeble, «ic8i 

De-bU'i-ty, n. weakness, feebleness, infirmity, 
imbecility, oDScSio^scSiogl, ooSc8i oys c8i 
q5^,ooSAS#Sool©S; from chronic dis- 
ease, ooSooojQoc^jB. 

Deb'it, V. t. to charge with debt, c^«?^5^io5i6i 
^lODl d^^icoi yioDoo^ oo^opib. — — , n. 
a due, a debt, o^8ioo«S8i, See Debit, 1;. t. 

Deb'o-nair, a. courteous, affable, ooodSgBSod^ 
dBs, ooSi8cx>S«i, coSoDc^SoDcfiioSooib. See 

De-bouch' (de-boosh'), v. t. jPV. to march out of 
a confined place, oi^cSjSooitAoosotoecSioi. 

49,W9lf;f<]rl,ri].de, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; (h asshs gas j; g as in get; g a8z;za8 ge; n as in linger. 

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De-bris' (da-bree'), n. Fr. rubbish, ruins, re- 
mains^ H^c8|S,oo^03^ioo§Sooiooc^ic8i8So6 
oo©8Kfi|5§jBb, ooSodS^SodSc^i, ooSojio55ojt 
ooScoi oo(S^c8iobSo3<»^. 

Debt (det), n. due, obligation, no w^, 3 ^Siodq^Si. 

Debt'or, n. yicoio^oowScB^. 

De*but'(da^bu'), w. a first attempt, ooS©to8^d8, 

Dec'ade, w. ten, oDao,aofi6{S; as, a decade, of 
years, oo86|5|^,oof ^oooo. 

Dec'a*gon, n. doSco9\oo^ooSp9ta^^l^coc6. 

Dec'a-logue (dek'a-log), n. the ten command- 
ments, ooS«ic85c»c8oocb^. 

De-camp', v. t. to break up a camp, ooscSjScgS 
oocSSjOOScS^ngSooiooScB^oysoS^ooloo c8S. 

De-cant', v. t. to pour off gently, oS c8iog5ooS 
oocoS 08800S oooogoooc^oDoS^cS I obSh . 

De-canfer, n. oc8ooooog5coiooi§5©o8o6ooioo^i. 

De-cap'i-tate, v. t. to behead, c^dbSooSoocBS. 

De-cay', w. gradual failure of health or 
strength &c, decline, corruption, coS 00 
co^o2^,ooS(i^^o5,ooSe308. , V. i. to be- 
come weak or corrupt, fail, decline, 00 
SWodlootcSi^ioSi, 0d8 00 8i c68c8i ^\ c8i, 

De-cayed', p. p. or a. impaired, corrupted, oDt 

8ioofe€fet, ojj^oS c8i ?308, c8i 00 c8^ ; by 

age, c8So6\, c85c8i,ySc8i, yS©tD5«,ySG8^a, 
cSiSoD^; ^teeth, oStcS^i. 

De-9ease', t;. t. to die, demise, oS,^So5^8^;n,oji 

b£6ib , n. death, o5,oDS^5o5f8^o); 

departure from this life, ooSopibcbib. 

Deceit' (de-seef), n* a misleading of the mind, 
artifice, deception, fraud, oo^cS 00^01,00^ 

De-9eit'ful, a. tricky, artful, ^^ScSodSjiooSjO 

De-9eit'ful-ne8S, n. See Deceitful. 

De-ceiv'a-ble, a. easily misled, liable to be de- 
ceived, oDi9ic6^^£8i^,ooioof Sc/i^. See 

De-9eiYe', v. t. to mislead the mind, insnaret 
delude, c6ooSoiodS,c8|V, to beguile, d^^S 
c6i|^; to disappoint, balk, «i§a>^fSco^a> 


De-^eiv'er, n* a cheat, an impostor, yicSoo^St 
yi8i^ic8ioo<i^or)^. See Imposteb. 

De-9em'ber, n. (09p0DiS),co)fl|i. 

De'5en-9y, n. proper formality, propriety of 
conduct, modesty, o3^oo@i8oood^,oo^m 

O0^QlCOl0eG8^8t0M50O0Ql, oooDq^cSi o5^,oo^ 
De-9en'na-ry, «. ten years, oo^oocoioDcS^^idB^ 


De-9en'ni-al, a. happening every ten years, 
gB^SsooI^od 80, 00100^ ^oooooo^ooc^. 

De'9ent, a. becoming, fit, proper, o3Soo@it» 
OD^; comely, coioooS^StodtjSoQoDi; deco- 
rous, modest, oS^^oocSi,ooooq^c8io5^fO 
c8So8, oogjsooy^; moderate but suffi- 
cient, a>|Soi8i,oQ^oo1o5. 

De-9ep'tion, n. a misleading, deceit, oo^ooao|t 
oDog^, ooScfiooSji ; cheating, fraud, im- 
position, odScScS^ooS, ooSc8(6{Soi^jSooS, 
oo^cScS^cbtcS^oo^. See Deceit. 

De-9ep'tive, a. tending to deceive, deceitful, 
delusive, ooiooc8ooSod. 

De-9ide, v. t. to settle, determine, conclude, 
tjS^fobS, *p^fb,dBfo8^oD«iooS8ooS86ioS 

De-9id'ed, a. free from hesitation or doubt, 
determined, positive, ooi c8i *S c8i cxgn, 


De-9id'u-oiis, a. falling off every year, as 
leaves, &c. ^§Sc8ioc9ib,^§Sc8ic8b. 

De9'i-mal, a. numered by tens, A^oo^cooooo^oo 
ocoo 00 00^ 00 06 ; increasing or diminish- 
ing by tens, cKnc8^coioDoooooo,^ic8iooioo 
oooooo.— ^1 n. a decimal fraction, ooS 


De9'i-mate, v. t. to take a tenth part, tithe, 
coio5Gb|S^oe^o5t^^o3^; to punish with 
death every tenth man, as of an army 
or prisoners, oDiyaoo66^io;»<tj]l<iioScgSoo 

a.e,i,OtU|^,long; a,e,T,o,u,j^, ehort; cHre, far, li0t»f§ll, wh^t; ih6re,Tfiil,t6rm; pique; donet f6f- 

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ot; to deatroy a certain part of, yioosSi 
c^oD^i; to devastate, Qa<jS«i8io68ir8S8i. 

De^'i-ma'tion, n. See Decimate. 

De^i'pher, v. t. to translate what is written 
in cipher, c^tcS^ajooScxxifiiiOoSc^i^oj^ooi 
yt^Soi^; to unravel the difificulty of, re- 
veal, o5^c8^ooS(»8po»dB5oo8o^, oScjj) 
cS^oo^oofSod^ oo8^0dc8SooSo^, otoo^coio 

De-^is'ion, n. determination. See Decide. 

De-9i'8ive, a. final, conclusive, positive, oojS 


De^i'sive-ness, n. See Decisive. 

Ded^, n. the floor of a ship, co dS oo 8^ cx>8. 

, V. t. to furnish with a deck, «i 

cocSodS^oDt; to adorn, array, embellish, 
oDoaiooo5c8{BooS, wioDODiooobooS. 

Deck'er, [two], n. oDc8G8jS88oo8^oo8oa8. , 

[throe], odc8q8^88058^oo8cdi;6. 

De-claim', v. i. to speak rhetorically in public, 

Dec'la-ma'tion, n. a speech delivered in pub- 
lic, an harangue, an oration, ooS©^ ti5i 
ooSooiyaSS^jSooo^looo^^. See Declaim. 

De-clam'a-to-ry, a. relating to declamation, 
oc>^oD888oo^&^obioo^ooi9i8^(^^ooo!j]) ; rhe- 
torical, 0Dd8i(^8aDc8ibic8^ya8S<jS oo og^ 

Dec'la-ra'tion, n. the act of telling or announ- 
cing publicly, oD^oDcSic^cS^ooSoooSoooQi 
coi^iSS^jSoo ojj) ; proclaimation, promul- 
gation, publication, oo^oo o^ 001 oo q^8 (^ 
cS^oolcSib; the act of making any state- 
ment, oo^i^(^io6c8ioo^. 

Denjlar'a-tive, De-clar'a-to-ry, a. making de- 
claration, explanatory, assertive, \B^ 
S^coS; proclaiming, q^8oj^c8^a>lc8iooS. 

De-clSre'i v. t. to tell, make known, manifest, 

dB^oo^; to proclaim, publish, q^tojc8|Sool 
dBioo^ ; to affirm, assert, (^oo^cxgiy^ i, 6b 
De-clen'sion, n. a descent, a slope, an incline. 

oo^c8io5,odSo5c8i ; deterioration, decay, 


Dec'li-na'tion,n. a leaning down, inclination, 

OoS JO,cX>^OOgl,OoS«0^c8l, ODS8|5ooi|8c8l, OoS 

c8ic^c8i(gS, cx)^o5c8i ; deterioration, odS 
cSS^i, coSc58c8a,oDS©Sc8i,ooSa280ooD8ajooS 
oooi; variation from a point, deviation, 
obliquity, 00^00,00^008^50 ; refusal, de- 
clinature, ooSoooj^ScBSoo^. 

De-clin'a-ture, n. refusal (rare), odSoooj^ScSS 
oD^ooScoiyioioojSb, See Declination. 

De-cline', v. i. to lean downward, 3oc8i,odoj8 
c8i; to deflect, deviate, stray, <^i3oc^, 
cbiC28og6c^,cbioooi,^ioo©; to fail, be im- 
paired, sink, decay, 008(^15x081, c85c8i^ 
oooicoiib5coic3ooo880oj5; to fall in value, 
ooyiaoscSi^icSi, oof,^oo^iScoicSooo88 03^» 

, v. t. to avoid, shun, 00^008^8; to 

refuse, 'reject, oScSSooS, ooo;^Sc85cx>poo^ 

coiyioioo^booS; a noun, to inflect, 


ODiS,oiS©i^,o»j53iS,opS. , n. a falling 

oSf decay, deterioration, 00^06808151081 ^ 
ooSoooSooool©Sc8i,ooSc85c8x, 5o©8ooSooo88 

De-cliv'i-ty, w. slope, descent, ooSo5c8i,ooSc8ia6. 

De-cl;v'ous, De-cliv'i-tous, a. gradually de- 
scending, sloping, c8io5,oooiioop. 

De-c6ct, v.t. to boil, §odS; to digest, dSc^soo^cS^^ 

De-c6c'tion,w. something prepared by boiling,, 
ooS§; the liquor in which a substance^ 
has been boiled, an extract, cooS^ooooia 

De-collate, v. t. to sever the neck of, behead^ 

De'col-lii'tion, n. See Decollate. 

De'com-pose', v. t. to resolve into original el- 
ements, analyze, «xo^^o5ag^oo,«ic8ig^,. 
opioo^ooiooG8^c8o2Sc8Saoo38, qic8io3c6. 

De-c6m'po-si'tion, n. analysis, dissolution, ooS 

dgy^lf; f&rl,r^de, pysh; e.i,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g*as j; g as in get; g as z;s asgz; n as in lingen 

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De'com-pound', r. t. to compound agaiu, vS\ 
e^SycSo^Soo^oDSs; to discompose, c^^ 

Dec'o-rate, v. t. to adorn, ornament, beautify, 

Dec'o-ra'tion, n, the act of adorning, ooSqiod 
ODiodobcS^; an ornament, oo^ooaoioDcb. 

De-c6'rous,Dec'o-rou8, a. marked with deco- 
rum, becoming, proper, @i8,oo^,t)5ooib. 

De-c6'rum, n. propriety of manner or con- 
duct, seemliness, decency, ooSgioowScxDi, 

De-coy', v. t. to. lead or entice into a snare, 
deceive, entrap, insnare, <fejSooSoocx>oj5 

^S. , n. ooScb^ooS; a decoy animal, 

oD^^, as q8oo^^,oo98oo^^,c8^oo^|5&c. 

De-crease', v. become less, diminish, less- 
en, ooscBi^icSi; as a tumor,c8ioo0§i, 

cSiodQS. , V. t. to make less, «ioot 

c8i,«i5ic8\. , n. gradual diminu- 
tion, ooSoogcSi, ooSjicSi, ooSc8ioo@i ; the 
wane, as of the moon, col^icfD^cSi. 

De-cree', v. t to determine jvidicially, decide 
on, order, t^^jSc^SngSji^^^ooooiSogS ; 

to issue an edict, cg^cSiooodo^^. ,w. 

an order, edict, law or purpose, mS «i 

De-crep'it, a. broken down with age, ySeobg, 
«iooo6oDi 1 00^001 oooDtySoooS . 

De-crep'i-tate, v.i. to crackle. See Crepitate. 

De-crep'i-tude, n. the last stage of decay, old 
age. See Decrepit. 

De-crc'tal, w, a i)apal decree, oioiooc5Syic85 
QoS; a book of laws or decisions, o5Sgi 
c85odSooooQScoiooq8^88odS i^ g8^<fe5 ooS 


De-cri'al, n. a crying down. See Decry. 

De-cry', v.t. to cry down, depreciate, odc8i 
a)88ioo^90ocSicD8c8i§ic8ioo^oooQioo8i; to 
detract, disparage, discredit, oocSicot 
c8i§ic8ioo^3da^ltoo §|S. 

De-crim'bent,a. recumbent, pro8trate,oof,ic8i. 

Dec'u-ple, n. tenfold, ood^ooooiOMioooo. , 

V. ^. to multiply by ten, ft^oolcS^ooc^ooao. 
De-cu'ri-on, n. ojtSooab^oiooSIS., 
De-cus'sate, v. t. c6i8oj^5,c6ioSoj^S,c6ioSo6S. 
De'cus-sa'tion, w. a crossing. See Decussate. 
De-dec'o-rous, «. disgraceful, unbecoming, oo 


De'den-ti'tion, n. the shedding of teeth in 
children, Soo^coiSd^^o^ioobS ; the loss 
of teeth, b85. 

Ded'i-cnte, v. t. to consecrate by a religious 
ceremony, ai(^c8^oo^So8tooooo^ oB^ ooS 8 
9^001 c^ioo8^,oS88^oo^ooiogioQ8S ; to offer 
in worship, o;jSoDSo5ooScoicgioo8S, aioj^ 
ooSooiogiooSS ; to set apart or give up 
wholly or earnestly to any particular 
use, devote, oSc8i98o^oo^oDico^Qaoioo 
8^; to inscribe or address as to a patron, 

Ded'i-ca'tion, n. consecration. See Dedicate. 

De-duce', v. t. to infer, derive, conclude, ngS«8 
038^oo^oeo^oDioooD^g1b88 GOT ojt ooS 00 9^ 

De-du'§i-ble, a. capable of being deduced or 
inferred, coiosSS^oo^oDioD^ooiod^gioodS 
CO. See Induction. 

De-diict', v»t. to take from, subtract, c^t dB^ 
ngS,C3oic8f ogS; to diminish, <i»i§ic8i. 

De-duc'tion, n. the act of deducing, od^g^ tc8^» 
ooS oc^s 08^ npi ; that which is deducted, 
abatement, oo^§ic8i;an inference, a con- 
clusion, 009^00100001 c8|5b. See Induction. 

De-d3ct'ive, a. oo^iotSs deduction, deducible. 
See Deducible. 

Deed, n. an act, a fact, a feat, oo^tc»^Qi,ooS8 
oottiooSjOO^QijOoooSc^sois; an instrument 
or contract in writing transferring pro- 
perty, oopoSSr^^^ooSooiooSoolooS^ioooS, 

o6So}^oioo^. , V. t. to transfer by 

deed, ao^o5Soioo^, q8oioo^ooio66Q^^8|Soo 
oot. Colloq. 

Deem, v. t. to account, esteem, think, judge, 

a,e,ifO,u,y,long; a9e»i,o,U|y, short; cftre* far. list, f§ll, wh^t; th&re, veil, tSrm; pique; ddne, f6f, 

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DEF 129 

Deep, a. extending far below the surface, 
profound y dBS,o8dBS; difficult of investi- 
gation, intricate, profound, oo8^ooG8S,r8 
c8^^,ooiofSoi^cS; sagaciouSf o^jBoDSoopog 
odSoj; grave in sound, oD^cosStooajSoDou 
001 ; a deep place, oo^ooc8^g8S ; a deep 
gorge, gicSis^. ,n. the sea, 8^c6^. 

Deep'en, v.f. to become deeper, cSScS^b^dBS 

G8^dBSc8^b. , v. t. to make deep, «i 

c85dBp,»ic85ooojS ; to give a darker hue 
to> darken, <»idtc8i,<ii9S02c8i. 

Deep'ness, n. depth, oo^oocSS. See Deep. 

Deer, n. (of different kinds), ooio{^,ooicdi,c8 


De-fe^S V. t. to mar the face or surface of, 
disfigure, wioD88\ooo^^oo8i,a\oD88iooc8i; 
to obliterate, erase, QSootSirjgS. 

De-fa9e'm6nt, n. disfigurement. See Deface. 

De-fal'cate, t;. t. to keep back, embezzle, wioot 

D^fal-ca'tion , n. adeficit, an embezzlement, oo^ 


Defa-ma'tion, n. slander, calumny, ooSoocSi 
o&t8i<^ioDino8iooi oooSoDSoDo^ooo^p. 

De-ftm'a-to-ry, a. slanderous, calumnious, coi 
oococSiooojitooajpoo^coi yioios cBi, 

De-fame', v. t. to harm or disgrace the good 
name of. calumniate, asperse, slander, 


oD<fiii pogi^8i,d8 jSooboocoiooS . 

De-fgulf, V. i. to fail to perform, neglect, m 
©loojSooSwiSooStticSaoDJScSioooSgoDf f o5 co 

oo^b. , n. a fault, an offense, ccS ht 

oot,ooSoo«^; a defect, a want, a lack, 
oaSoacoioo6i. See Default, v. t. 

De-faulf er, w. a delinquent, c^icoioqoouiod^Sos^ 
c8ioo^(3igoo8sSt<»i 00^ oo^ 00001 co ^ 03^ ; 
one who refuses to appear in court when 
summoned, (^looioS^cdscdiooicSSoo^o^ 
oo^ooSoocbi b OD^ ; one who fails in the 
discharge of dues to government, (/looi 

0000^09^ S^^loSl^lglSlOO 09 |S CO^ Opi OQ COI 


De-fea'sanje (-fiVzans), n. a rendering null or 
void, oDSwioD^<^c8fojioo^ooc8ooc8, oD^oi 


De-feat', t\ t. to overthrow in battle, rout, ^% 
opioo^ii; to frustrate, baffle, <^ioot8i(^ioi 
ooooSoj^ooSot,«ioDSoDo1yioioa ooS oj^ ; to 
make null, «ioo88iooS,q^«<fec8^o3ScoiooSoD 
c8oDc8. — ^,w.arout,op<j^ooooSooSgg1. 

Defe-cate, v.L «iaD«^c8|5,«i^dB|S,oi8ogSoo^. 

De-fect', n. a want, an imperfection, ooSoooot 
oD^i,oo^aDoioooo^aDc8V, a blemish, a fault, 
a failing, ooSoo^ic8S,odSoo^ic8S^iooi, 

De-fec'tion, n. a falling away, apostacy, back- 
sliding, 00^ODt8lO90lo^lf00^00ODOp^OD8 8l, 

De-fect'ive, a. wanting, deficient, imperfect, 
faulty, oDcoioo^i,oo^ic8S^aooid3fb. 

De-fect'ive-ness, n. faultiness. See DEFEOTrvB. 

De-fen§e',De-fense', w, anything that defends, 
a protection, a guard, oo^oDf^ioootooKSi, 
c85,ooc8i,ooc85ooooS, oDobSo^SiooiSooiooo 
^icS^ooosooicBicoiooD^ioD^sSsoo^SoSiS gl 
oji^jBocSiooi defence ; vindication, crAco 
c8i ^1^800^ ; a defendant's plea or reply, 
oD6|8paDc8iooiojtooS. See Defend. 

De-fen9ed', a. fortified, cS^oijSoo^ip; as, a de- 
fenced city, oScS^oijSoo^i^jCoiooGSf SscflS 

Defend, v. t. to repel danger or harm from, 
protect, shield, oooD5oDS,ooajojloooD5ooi 
ooS; to vindicate, oDc8i^i^«cj)i,ODc8i|^%t 

De-fend'ant, n. <^tooi ooctoccjooi ooooS ojiyioi, 
yiooioooDcSi^i^sojiyioi ; one accused in 
law, co6^8^,yaoj^ScgS. See Defender. 

De-fend'er, n. a protector, a champion, a vindi- 
cator, yi@80i,yi@oD5,yiooc^oDoD5ojaoo^. 

De-fense'less, a. without defence, unprotec- 
ted, coioDSoocxjojiaDooSopicSioocS^, c8eii 

De-fen' si-ble, a. that may be defended, oDiodOD 
ojojioocoSojicSaoD ; that may be vindi- 
cated, justifiable, vindicable, coioooioo 

4o,W9lf;flirl,r9de,p98h;6.f.i». silent; 9 ass; 9h a8 8h;ga8J;ga8inget;8a8z;xasgz;na8inlinger. 

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De-fei/sive, a. suitable or serving for defense, 

oo8S,oiooiooSo5S«o5ooSoo8S ; being in a 
state of defence, ready to defend, (]8^9i|S 

De-ftr', i\ t. to put off, postpone, protract, ojt 
tioooioooccSSoDioowicoS ooiooS ^1, o5 cocBS 
00*^; to lay be fore, refer to, oScjjlcSjS.c^cjjl 
oB^ooS9ooS5o5i5§iooiyioooi8iQiooS^ ^P 

^oo@i8ooooj5. , V. t. to delay, \i ait, 

cS^8jodS,oSooc8S ; to submit to. Bsyioioo 
ooSoj^fijC^ScBSyioiootsooSoDiooS a8^ c8i oo 


Def er-en^e, a. respect, reverence, oo^ ogs cj8^ 

Defer-en'tial (-en'shal), a. accustomed to de- 
fer, ^§Sog8c8^8cD^^ooS. 

De-f/anje, n. a challenge, a provocation, ooS 
ooxooS,ooSooi^SooS. See Defy. 

De-f i'cien-9y, ^' ^'^^t> incompleteness, inade- 
quacy, ooSooooioo^i,ooSooioDi5oojS. 

De-fi'cient, a. incomplete, imperfect, o303icx> 
^\; wanting, short, inadequate, ooool 
od^,oocB8od|S. See Defective. 

Defi-^it, n- a lack, od^cocoiot^i,ooSoooo). 

De-file', v. t. to make unclean, pollute, cor- 
rupt, wioooD^, wioo^OTi, «ioojSooioo^a8; 
a woman, to debauch, violate, rav- 
ish, «iooi8i85^|S,«\oD«^8S<j^85«ii. 

v,i.\o march in a line, file off,c6i85c85 

ooo,cbxoj^S\5b , w. a pass, a gorge, 

c^oS^, c^ooiooG8^coico©iSooooi^©n, ooS 

De-f jle'ment, n. uncleannoss, foulness, ooSoo^ 
ooioojSdB; turbidness, ooSq, ooSooaj. 

De-fin'a-ble, a. limitable, determinable, ooio 
fi osbSot 00801 oj; explainable, coio^^cgl 

De-fine', r. /. to fix or mark the limits of, ^i 
os^Seioo^ooooi; to explain the meaning 
of, interpret, oScjjIcSjS, ^^<g1dBfoDSooc8i 

DePi-nite, a. having certain limits, fixed, g8^ 
SsoD^at^^ascbtoo^cdioQ^cSiQbt; exact, pre- 
cise, c8ic6^c8iQ68,^S^S|Sf^,ooo690t808; of 
determinate meaning, certain, cS^StOdd 

DePi-nite-ness, n. precision, exactness, oo^dBi 

Def i-n/tion, w.—— of meaning, explanation 

ooSo5vglc8^ooS?»8o^,ooS ooSo ^ ; of 

properties, description, oo^|io8bS o8o9^ 

De-fiVitive, a. used to define, limiting, oo^eoi 
88oo^^ioibSe8oo^ooo^ooS^oo8o^ ; deter- 
minate, positive, final, ooioo485i,ooo3i^b. 

Def la-gri'tion, n. Chem. ooSsgscS^^ooie^oit 

De-flect', V. i. to turn aside, deviate, swerve, 

G6lOOOl,(^19d,c6lO0|l,gi000Dt00|lO0Ol, oi 


De-flec'tion, De-flex'ure, n. a leaning down- 
ward, inclination, deviation, ooHo^^cSi, 

Deflo-ra'tion, n. See Deflour. 

De-flour', t^. t. to deface, <^ioDt8iooo5oda>i,ui 
o!)t8iooo5Soo8i; to deprive of virginity, 
ravish, violate, seduce, <»ioD88i<^^od|i9o 


De-flux'ion, w. ooSooo6o6cgic8iooiooSaJloo^ic8i 

De-fo'li-a'tion, n. the shedding of leaves, oj^ 

oDpo|c8i^i; the season of shedding 

leaves; ooooioooog8^ooicd|5od^o|c8ij2|^^» 

De-for^e', v. t. o58f^^(/ioioooo^oDioof^^booio9^o> 

De-for^e'ment, n. See Deforce. 

De-f6rm', v. t. to disfigure, mar, qiodsSioo^o^ 

op^gd8i; to dishonor, wioo88ioooDio3St. 
De-f6rm6d', a. ugly, ooo2^oe8ioo88i,uQo^^oo8i 

De-fdrm'i-ty, n, irregularity of shape or form, 

distortion, ugliness, oo^oeo^Soo8ioo9ia)^» 

oo88ib § o&i S ^i ; of character, oq to 

(^Soo8oooioo^. See Deforii. 
De-frgud', v. t. to deprive another of hie right 

4fe»i»6,u9y, long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cfire, far, lasty f§ll, what; thSre, vgil, tSrm; pique; doDBf fdr^ 

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by artifice, deception or fraud, to cheat, 
deceive, cS^^ScS^yioiooooS. 
De-fraud'ment, «• oo^cB^^SoSfooS. Obs, 
De-fray', v. t, to pay expenses, bear the charg- 
es of, 8^€>^»,O0|S00yi,Oj^SoD^(6^0oSGB00yi. 

De-fray'ment, n. payment of charges, oa^Sf © 
bcoiooSo5iooS§ioQ8S . 

Deft, a. apt, dexterous, handy, neat, oDiooet 

De-fiinct', a. dead, deceased, o5o5,oDODi^og5. 

De-fy', V. t. to provoke to a combat, challenge, 
dare, oontSooS,ooi^SOTS5o88oooo(^?c85oooD8. 

De-gen'er-a-jy, De-gen'er-a'tion, n, the state 
of being degenerate, decay, deteriora- 
tion, ooSsoscSi^icSi, ooSoooi 6 cxDi c8 00 oSs, 
oD^c85opib,ooSc8i6jiSb. See Degenerate. 

De-gen' er-ate, a. deteriorated, base, mean, cdi 
ooco^^DiStoo^ 910602100008 8^00^0091, cSS 


De-gen'er-ate, v. i. to grow poorer, meaner, 
or worse, deteriorate. cS5c8i,oo8:8i5ic8i, 


De-glu'ti-nate,t;.^. to unglue, G88dBjSojiooSoDioo 

Deg'lu-ti'tion (-tish'un), w. ooSog^cSioo^. 

Deg'ra-da'tion, n. disgrace, degeneracy, base- 
ness. See Deobabe. 

De-grade', v. t. to deprive of rank or office, 
reduce, ooSc8iooc8S ; to abase, debase, 
demean, oio58c8i§i:8ioocciodSi. 

De-gree', n. a step, ooSoooc8S,ooc8i,oofioi ; a step 
in lineage, ooti,oo©n,oo€>nooc^P; meas- 
ure, extent, gradation, ooc8^oocb5;rank, 
grade, oo^t0838ooS^ooyS, oo^^ooodS, ooi^^ 
cpcSjOdOdlod^ioocS^^coiS; a title, grade or 
rank to which scholars are admitted by 
a college or university, oocSSooc^oDiyi 

S80boDlC§O83^O^^OOa38COlOO Q^ yi 00 03 06 

oSidbgi;as, the degree of Doctor of Med- 
icine M, 1). oooDpoDc^jS; Doctor of Divin- 
ity, D. D. CX)C|^o8^c8oO^00^^308 88C^i88 0O 
OOS 08^00^ 08 OJCJOOl. 


De-grees'by, adv. step by step, ooooiSsoocoit 
ooc8ioDfooc8ioQc8ioopooc8i; gradually, 

00 0^88803 Q2800O2'§S00O2t,00c800c8,00|laG^8, 


Dj'i-jide, w, ooSwicos^S. 

De'i-fi-Ca'tion, iri. exaltation to the rank of a 
deity, apotheosis. See Deipy. 

DC,'i-fy, V. t, to make a god of, apotheosize, q^i 
<bc8|SooScoioo#S; to regard or revere as 
a god, o5cfeoDSSog\ooo88,^SooSScgiooo88. 

Deign, v, t. to think worthy, vouchsafe, con- 
descend, c8^c8iooo38ojbbooi3daia2|]^8<»i§^ 
03^00^1, c8^d8ioooD80pb88oSo^yioicoioo(o 

D3'ism, n. qS deist oo^SooS. See Deist. 

Delist, n. a theist, a free-thinker, yiooiooo^jS 


i8boS. See Infidel. 

De-Tst'ic, I)e-ist'ic-al, a. oo^cd88s deism or de* 

De'i-ty, n. the Deity, Godi c^i,no«^c^i ; the 
God-head, «^ioo^S#S; a god or goddess, 
OD#Scx>oooj5o3SooScoiyiocnb ; a demi- 
god, O0»^O§3^^^^30l,Oa»^f ^0^800^0098. 

De-ject', t\t. to dispirit, dishearten, discour- 
age, «ic8i^8c8ic8,«\c8ioj8c8ic8x,Qioa^5 

02^00^SoD8, <^100C21WlOO(giOD8,Q1008c8l§l 


De'jeun-er (da'jhu-na), n. Fr. a breakfast, coS 

De-juc'tion, n. disheartenment. See Deject. 

De-lay', i;. %. to linger, tarry, cSf dBoocSSjcB^aj 

coSojjcSf oocSS. , V. f. to defer, put 

off, procrastinate, (]8^ooo5Sooo5S, oS|i 
o5c8,o5o55o5|S,oo|ioo^oo^i; to retard, 
detain, hinder, i^8QS|SaoG8^,q^8c6^88,i^8d3^ 
ajcoSoj. , n. procrastination, hin- 
drance, detention. See Delay, v. i. 

De-lec'ta-ble, a. delightful, most pleasing, 001 

OOq802^^038^yiO^, COI 001^8^0031, Odl O 6t^ 

De^ec-t'Vtion, n. great pleasure, delight, 00^ 
q802^^oo8^yi ,00^001 ooq^8<{Sooiyio9. 

d9,w9lf; furl^rgde, pfsh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g*as j; g as in get; g as z;s asgs; 9 as in lioger. 

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DfiFe-gate, v. t. to send with authority to 
transact business, commission, depute, 
co^yi0d8oo8iooioooDc6i»iooSoSioo^|i; to 
send as one's representative, oiyi^iwi 
oo^ooio8S,q^8<bc^icoiooi^©«; to intrust to 
the care of, assign, commit, oo^oiyicoi 

OOO^OO^SOdC^^. , n. 91^»800Ol,ylCO-|0d 

O^C^lOlOd 91^080301. 

DeVe-ga'tion, w. the act of delegating; a del- 
egate or delegates. See Delegate. 

De-lete', v. t. to blot out, erase, QScg5,«ioDt 
8iog5ooS<i^t; to destroy, q^scotSi^. 

DeFe-te'ri-ous, a. destructive, pernicious, poi- 
sonous, GDI OOQ1001<^I, WlQ0)(^l,Ql^|Syi,»l00 

De-llb'er-ate, v.i. to consider maturely, re- 
flect upon, ponder, ooi^fB^,ooi^r8^c88 

De-lib'er-ate, a, formed with deliberation, oo^ 
eotSsdBS^sSwtoo^, (bcS^oOioo^ooi^rS^, o^^ 
c6^ef c8ioo8c8io5^c8iobsoo^i ; not hasty, 

slow, o9c8o:>d3,ooScog2<^y^'^i)<^D^^* 
De-lib'er-ate-ness, n. calm consideration, ooS 

De-lib'er-a'tion, n. mature reflection. See De- 
liberate, V. i. 
De-liVer-a-tive, a. pertaining to deliberation, 

0D^lX)888s88^dB»800^,00^2D83tO2^00^O8008 ; 

apt or disposed to deliberate, ^§^qB8^ 


Deri-ca-9y, n. delightfulne8S,ooS^SooSoii; fine- 
ness, nicety, smoothness, ooScSodc^S.ooS 
co^pcoo ; daintiness, fastidiousness, coS 
^^^03800^001 ; critical nicety or accura- 
<^yf oDS^iogoD^ oooosos €0800 ; a dainty, 
a nicety, oD^c8^5^,oo^(dpcoiooo^o8. See 

Del'i-cate, a. smooth, ^gioosj^; fine, nice, ©S 
oD<jS, cos^^coo ; nice to the taste, deli- 
cious, toothsome, 0^,0^08; careful to 
avoid whatever excites shame, ^^^o 
cS^ooo38GDiooS(»i^59j8oo^; not robust, ten* 
der, frail, feeble, ooAModocn»^orjf|iioo^i. 

DeFi-cate-ness, n. See Delicate. 
De-li'cious, a. highly pleasing to the taste, 

exquisite, ooi, coi ^p iX^ 00 od5, 6|S, 6^ 08 ; 

yielding great delight, delightful, ^aS 

ei02|5^0D8^yi, 00^OD8S80O^Qi;{S»l^^O00t. 

Do-li'cious-ness, n. See Delicious. 

De-light, v.i. to be much pleased or rejoiced, 

OC2^gO38,O2^fCX)8^,O2^^^0D8^S,02^ 8^03808. 

, V. t. to afifect with great pleasure, 

8SoD808yi. , n- a^igh degree of plea- 
sure, extreme satisfaction, joy, oo8f Sooi 
o3^,oo^o2J5^oD8^, 02^^008^00^; the cause 

DeJighfful, De-light's6me, a. highly pleas- 
ing? ^|S,^S,^^^^<j5^5,<jS^5oiion. 

De-light'ful-ness, De-light'some-ness, w. pleas- 
antness, ooS^poo^^S,ooS^SooSoii. 

De-lm'e-ate, v. t. to exhibit or indicate by 
lines drawn in the form of, draw, pic- 
ture, portray, c^8(jj)c8pooSoooDSoo8i«i» 
oooDiS^iSgi; to describe, ^jS({pc8^,ob<]ip 

De-lin'e-a'tion, n. a sketch, a description, ooS 
ooopSoo8iooioo^f^8dooo8. See Delineate. 

De-lin'quen-jy, n. failure of duty, a fault, oo^ 

De-lin'quent, a. failing in duty, ooqioo^oo^qi 
coioocSioo^c^i , n, an offender, yi 


Del'i-quate, De-liq'ui-ate, melt by imbib- 
ing water from the air, dissolve, yS. 

Del'i-ques^e' (-kwes'), v. i. See Deliquate. 

De-lTr'i-ous, a. wandering in mind, light-head- 
ed, «100OD8O05o00l, «1S» 00800 5^0008, 00000 

^i; from the effects of fever, ogS 

De-lVi-iim, n. mental aberration, derange- 
ment, ooS8o1oo<g|Soog8. See Delibious. 

De-liv'er, v. t. to free, liberate, release, dis- 
charge, »i^i^,^ooV, to save, o^^c^iSjS 
oji,^Sojig8oji ; to make over, commit* 
entrust, oj^cSioScSicgSfOcfis, ocBtoc^s; to 

i,e,it6tUiy,long; a,e,!,5»u,y, short; cAre. far. l&st,f§ll, what; th^re, v§il, tirm; pique; done, fftr. 

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utter, pronounce, i|5cbic^c8iooS,ooc8iooS; 

— in accouchment, Ssyiojs, 85c^iaj«.— 

Deliver up, to surrender, oo^c8icgS. 
De-liv'er-anje, De-liv'er-y, w. See Deliveb. 
Dell, n. a small retired valley, a ravine, ooSgi, 

Del'ta, n. oooopoo^. 
De-lude', v. t. to mislead, beguile, impose on, 


De-lud'er, n. a deceiver, an impo8tor,yic8ooS9. 

Del'uge(del'uj),t;.^ to inundate, ojSodi. , 

n. an inundation, a flood, ooopSooiooS. 

De-lu'sion, n. ooSc8ioooc8iod9),oo^c8ooSoioo^. 

De-lii'sive, DeJu'so-ry, a. misleading, decep- 
tive, ooiooc8ooSoicoS,c6oDoc8ooolocS,c^no 

De-lu'sive-nes8, n. See Delusive. 

Delve, v.t. to dig, ^|S,^^ooS,|^|5ooS,|^c8\ooS. 

Dem'a-gogue (-gog), n. (^looiocgSgScS^ojgdB^ 
bx c^\§^8oo68c»pooi5^So8s3;oD85c^oos)oooi. 

Dc-mand', v. t. to claim with authority, oioojS 
ooSopboooSg; to inquire authoritatively, 
ask, question, c6ng^ooSSoo«S(j)icoit»oio5 
ogSboooSj; to require (a price) in selling, 

, n. a requisition, a reqest, a claim, 

oDScoiyiooJoiooi^Sb, 8^ft^b« oo^ooiyiooloi 

«2(^8S^8. See Demand, v. t. 
De'mar-kiVtion, n. division, ooSooig^co^wil^Qi 


De-mean' (one's self), v. t. to behave, conduct, 

QioooD8SoSiSg\,Qioooo(^sooSSo&iSgi; to 

degrade (one's self), wicoscSi^icSiooooi 

De-mean'or, n. conduct, behavior, daport- 

ment, oo^ooo8oowi,oogB^9qc88,oooo(^8ooS. 
De-mer'it, n. a fault, a crime, ooSoD«^,ooSb80D8, 


De-mesne' (-meen'), n. a manor-place, an es- 
tate» (^^8^no@icoi yiooogtoocSiooS^ oo 8^ 
oioo^boDi 008^ 2\oS eo|5 • 

Dem'i, pref. in composition, half, 0008,008,0^ 

Dem'i-god, n. co€^coQ^^SvD)j^oh%co^o^c8tQSfS 

rS80o ©SooojSoo^ oiooojS . 
De-mise' (miz), v. t. to bequeath, Avill, oj^sSsw 

OOoSboOOOcS^^pOO^oSSoDiyiOO ^^ 00|5 OCH C3J1 

oo^^c8SSS8^ , n. transference, be- 
quest, ooSododI 00100^ ^c8^ 9^8^,00^ 0080081 
ooioooDoico^ooS5ooi6gi; the death of a 
king or of an important person, 810109 

De-miV, V. t to lay down, as an cffice, oSogS 
cgSoscSS, c68 c8^ €01 coS «i 00 c8^ 00 c^ ; to 
yield, submit, 56^c8ioooo8CoiooS«i6o6iS|i» 

De-moc'ra-9y, n. (o88@Si) co^oioo^ooooo:^^^' 

Dem'o-crat, n. yicoioooo^oaoDsoDi democracy • 

De-mol'ish, v. t. to pull down, raze, destroy, 
overthrow, «ic8i§S,(^ic8i§S,^Sc8i§% «i 

De'o-li'tion,«. destruction, ruin. See Demolish. 

Db'mon, n. an evil spirit, 0^^1^0308,^6815^81. 

De-mo'ni-ac, possessed by a demon, y\ 
coif S8i^^ig8^odiosc8i, y\oDiooHflGS^coi 
ooc8i. , a. See Demoniacal. 

Dem'o-ni'ac-al,a. resembling demons, devilish, 
very bad, c8io5^58ig^8i,ooS^ooioDooiS, 

Dc'mon-61'o-gy, n. c5Sooioo^^<j[pc8f|53ig^8i, 

De-mon'stra-blo, a. capable of proof, ooiooq^8 

Dem'on-striite, v. t. to make evident by rea- 
soning, prove, q^8^^ooSoo9Soo8Scx)ioo«io& 
oo86iPi5gioDySooiV, to show, oi<jjpc8^a>S. 

Dem'on-stra'tion, w. incontrovertible proof, 
ob8:»^ooiooo^c85oo^ooc8SoocSp;an exhibi- 
tion, a manifestation, a show, 00^ oi^ 
c8^oo^. See Demonstbate. 

De-mon'stra-tive, a. tending to demonstrate, 
ooioowicgl c8^ coS OD ySoDoDiS ; apt to ex- 
press much, frank, open, ooioocboo^^, 

dQ9W9lf;furl,r]ide, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^gas j; g as in get; g asz;xas gz; n as in linger. 

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Dein'on-stra'tor, n. See Demonstrate. 

De-mor'al-i-zVtion, w. See Demoralize. 

De-mcVal-'ize, v. t. to corrupt or undermine 
the morals of, Q\oDs8iootooo\,Qiaj88iooS 
ooG^^ooooSoooi; to discourage, vie^cSicot. 

De-mul'jent, n. cooo^ooioo«i©^c6ioo\ooSa>l,oo 
oS^coiooQicBic^sojiooSj, :, Q. Soften- 
ing, mollifying, ooiooQi8Sc@iopioo^9o),ooi 

De^mflr', v. t. to suspend proceedings in view 
of doubt or difficulty, delay, cS^dBoDcSS 

osbcoiQooDSoSoo'ioo^S. , n. suspense, 

pause, ooS(]8psBo3cSS6bcoiooa)S38ooSoo^S. 

De-mure', a. of modest look, grave, odiopoS 

De-mure'ness, n. gravity. See Demure. 

De-mar'rage, n. ooSaDpc88©ooiooS«io55«icDioo^ 
oo«S. See Demur. 

De-my', n. ©gSoDODojS; half, oo8,ooo5. See Demi. 

Den, n. for wild beasts, a haunt, co^ScBS 

800CDO1; for concealment, a retreat, 

a resort, ooS^iooiocSj^oooi,g8jS|ojjSc)qc6S. 

Den'a-ry, w. ten, o6cb^,(oo); tenfold, ooesoooo. 

De-na'tion-al-ize, v. t. Qiooi8iooo68r8S8oocooj5 
o^b§o8toooo<^G8^ y\ooc^Sooot. 

Den'gue, n. a kind of epidemic, rheumatism, 

De-ni'a-ble, a. oSc8SooSooc8S(^f b. See Deny. 

De-ni'al, n. a contradiction, negation, ooS oS 
c8SooS,ooSoD«iooS; a refusal to grant, re- 
jection of a request, ooSoo^oo^yiooeo 
ooS,oo^bQiQi ; a refusal to acknow- 
ledge, disavowal, odSoo^oo^oo^ooioooS 
oooioi,oo^oooioD^Od9^oooioi. See Deny. 

Den'i-zen, w. a dweller, an inhabitant, yicSS 


cBS8ooo8s. , t\t. to make a denizen, 

enfranchise, «i(fec8pyioc.8f8S8oooi. 
De-nom'i-niite, v. t. to name, entitle, design- 
ate, O2^00Ql,0^^00Ql,c8l00Ol. 

Den6m'i-mVtion,ai. a name, an appellation, 00 
6i,oooioooa^; a class of persons or things 
under tho same name, a category, 00 §, 

OQox(^, 00^^00001; a body of people call- 
ed by the same name and worshipping 
alike, a sect, yioo^i^coioooD^o^^oD^oflgo 

De-n6m'i-na'tion-al, a. od^eo'St denomination. 

De-nom'i-njVtor, n. oD^odoi; Atith^ o^^oiStS 
oSi, ^1 3 qS denominator. 

Den'o-tVtion, n. See Denote. 

De-note', v. t. to mark, o8^^;to indicate, ^|5<g), 
£^8^^; to signify, mean, intend, o^t^S^ 

De-noun9e', v. U to declare, threaten, odcfiicg) 
c8^oo^8t&gbooiOQooc8oDg^,oo9ioo^, odcfii 
^100^031(^101 o^cBi; to inform against^ 
stigmatize, oSoo^bi098Coiyioi9;c8i,d§io9^ 
CO! yio 100:81. 

De-noun^e'ment, n. See Denounce. 

Dense, a. (hick; as, dense fog, ^|5c8i98,^^c8i 
cSf ; as, dense jungle, oo^b; close, compact 
m substance, cfi^o5^ooi,ooib,cBib,cSf b. 

Dense'ness, Den'si-ty, n. compactness, close- 
ness, ooSooi,ooSsjPooi3g^<gi. 

Dent, V. t. to make a dent upon, indent, bruise^ 


c8iooi^. , I?, an indentation, a bruise, 


Dcn'tal, a. pertaining to the teeth, oojStDtSt 
b; pronounced from the teeth, oojSootSt 
ooS»idS^oc^co-io^c6^oj2|ioo^oba>^oo8 8s o 

Den-tTc'u-lato, Den-tic'u-la'ted, a. notched, Sp 

Den'ti-fri5e, n. a tooth-powder, o^aS^^Sb. 

Den'tist, n. oooS^03C^^ooioocoo6Sooc8itfioiobo^. 

Den-tVtion, n. the cutting of teeth, oo^oobcS^. 

De-niide', De-nii'dAte, v.t. to strip, oopc8icg5 
ooS, c8^c8iog5ooS ; to uncover, make na* 
ked, c8^G8^,c6^c8i,oS(g)c6^oQ^i»io9^co. 

De-n'u-da'tion, n. baring. See Denude. 

De-nun'9i-a'tion ^shi-a'shnn), n. See Denounce. 

De-ny', v./. to contradict, gainsay, oSc85,oo»i; 
to refuse to grant, withhold, co^co^. 

*.e,i,6,u,y.long; a,e,l,6,u,y, short; cAre, far, li8t,f§ll, what; there, v§il,term; pique; done, f6r, 

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DEP 136 

oo^jSnogg; to disown, reject, abjure, £s 

De'ob-struct', v. t. «xn^SooS@of55ooSooS, 
De-ob'stru-ent, a. an aperient, oooS^qiodIq^ 

De'o-vo-l5n'te, Lat. (by contraction, D. V). 

De-part', v. i. to go from, quit, leave, oo«,ooi 
c6p ; to deviate, cbioDoicgS ; to be no 
more, pass away, vanish, oooiog5,oo)«S 
rg5,c6iooo^og5. See o^i. 9: jo; to die, de- 
cease, o3io08c8^og5,oD.— Depart from, to 
abandon, forsake, oo8c8^og5,o08CD9J5og5. 

De-part'ment, n. part, portion, subdivision, 
ooS«iooSooc8Sc6ifi8c85c»oosoo^i88oo^i, ooS 

De-parfure, n. death, decease. See Depabt. 

De-pend', v.i. to be suspended, removal, cfii 
bi,a8pc8ifei; to rely on forking snpport, 
03^^idB^oooo8coioo^oSiooSg\;to confide in, 
^Sb^Sb; to rely, trust, ^S, ^Sooi^Soji, cx> 

De-peud'enge, De-p5nd'en-9y, n. the state of 
being dependent (on something else), 

De-pend'ent, a. hanging down, pendent, coioo 
cSibi; as, a dependent branch, oj^ 3 c8ibi; 
relying on for support, 0010003^^100038 ; 
as, dependent on God, coioood^iooo38coi 
ogi. , n. a retainer, yiooioooooo^oD 


De-pend'ing, a. not yet decided, ooiodo^oioi 
<»i(^,ooft|5^^o6Soioo^. See Pending. 

De-pict', V. t. to portray, delineate, c^«cx)Sa> 
O2^ad8i,c^8oo^8ioo^8^; to describe, oocSi 
<g) c6^oo^ Odo^oo 0^1 Od BoocbS. 

De-plete', v. t. Med. to unload the vessels of 
the system by blood-letting or physic, 
Qxo-A c8^ pg^ Q^ 01, ^^ g8 od oo^ og oS oi ; to 
empty or unload, wi^icSio^^dS^ooioo^i. 

De-piytion, n. See Deplete. 

De-pl6r'a-ble, a. lamentable, pitiable, ooioQi8 


o2JSo^8X8Qr^8coiooo^; occasioning grief^ 
grievous, sad, coi ooqsog^o^s 0380^tcx>^ ; 
wretched, §^ oooo58i^t«8. 
De-pl6re', v. t. to mourn, lament, weep,o2^o^8 

0380^8,00 a^O3^00^CO10O^00lG0^g\008^00«8. 

De-ploy', V. t to open, extend; as, to deploy 
troops into line of battle, o3CO^G8^a28<^^ 


De-plume', v. t. gic8is5^ng5ooaj|SooS8. 
De-p6ne', v. t. to depose. See Depose. 
De-p6'nent, n. an nfiSant, yic^^S^ooo38COio8^ 


De-p6pM-late, v. t. to dispeople, «icoiScg,«i 

De-pop'u-la'tion, n. ooS«icoiSog5c68r8S8ooir8S 

De-port', V. t. to transport, exile, banish, 8S 
cg5sjc8^oo^ioj5,85o8^ngSyi3j 06 oicBS oi ; 
one's self, to conduct, behave, qi 


De'por-tfi'tion, n. transportation, banishment, 
exile. See Deport, v. t. 1 st clef. 

De-p6rt'ment, n. behavior, conduct, demean- 
or, 0000^O8Q0^<i»t,0000(^SoO8. 

De-pose', v.t. to lay down, oSc8i,o5c8icg5^ to 
divest of office, displace, degrade, ooS 
c8iog5ooc8S; to bear testimony before a 
magistrate, depone, a^^8^od038ooio8|S 
oobS^coi o3SoSio3SgioooS. 

De-pos'it, r. t. to lay down, put, place, oScSi 
o5; to lay up, store, o2^c8io5oQ^8i©8i, 
oS^^ooS; to commit, intrust, oj^SjScSi 

ooS. , w. ooSo5c8ib,GoSoo^c8\o5,o3S 


De-p6s'i-ta-ry,w. a trustee, a guardian, yiooi 
oooiio3^ooSoopc8io5c8iooScoi3» ^^lOOOl. 

Dep'o-si'tion, n. a laying down,ooSo5c8i; that 
which is deposited, a deposit, 00^ 001 00 
oo^o5c8ib; testimony given on oath, 03^ 
coiyic880$S88a^^S|SdB|5c8iooo38SoSiS2i; a 
deposing from office, removal, displace- 
ment, ooSooSc8iooc8S, 

do, wolf; furUrgide, pcfsh; eA,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z;x asgz; n as in liniger. 

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De-p6s'i-to-ry, n. a place of deposit, ooSo5§p 

De-pot' (de-p6\or de'po),w. Fr. a railway sta- 
tion, ooSg6^o3cSSooc8V, a place of depos- 
it, a warehouse. See Depository. 

Dep'ra-va'tion, n. a state of corruption or 
profligacy, ooSoot8i,ooSoooo^; the act of 
depraving or corrupting, ooSwiooo)^, 

De-prave', v. t. to make bad or worse, vitiate, 
corrupt, «xoO«8i,«ioooD^,«ic8e3ij5ooSoi8« 

De-prav'i-ty, n. the state of being depraved, 
vitiation or corruption of mind and 
heart, extreme wickedness, ooSoD88i,o3S 


Dep're-cate, v. t. to pray against, «9<|J'i<^8,«>J^"t 
bcoiooSoSioo^giooeS; to feel strong de- 
sire that a thing may not be. fiooojoocfe 

Dep're-ca'tion, n. See Depeecate. 

Dep're-ca'tive, Dep're-ca-to-ry, a. ooioot)oS<j^i^ 

De-pre'ci-ate, v. t. to lower the value of, un- 
derrate, QicotcSi^icSioo^asyi^ioSi^i gi; 
to decry, disparage, traduce, oo^iq^ 

&^5o^ooioooo8\ooo58c8i^ic8i. , V. i. 

to fall in value, oo^i^ic8i,ooo(^18q58c8i9i 

De-prc'ci-a'tion, n. See Depreciate. 

De-prc'ci-a-tive, De-prc'ci-a-to-ry, a. ooioooo 

Dep're-date, v. t to plunder and pillage, des- 
poil, lay waste, (^5^^SooS,oo^5oo^5^^SooS ; 
to destroy, «io08q5oo88iyioiooooS. 

Dep're-di'tion, n. pillage. See Depredate. 

Dep're-da'to-ry, a. plundering, spoiling, pill- 
aging, CD^OOtOO^.C^Soj^^SglS^^OO^, 00^ »8 

De-press', v. t. to press down, aSpooScSi ; to 
lower, put down, humble, abase, oS^cSi 
a5S,»ic65«iaD8ooS; to impair, weaken, «i 
co8c8i5ic8iooSoo6Soooo) ; to deject, dis- 

hearten, discourage, »ic8igg8c8ic8yioo> 
oD8,q8oj^rBScx>88iyioooD8 ; to depress or 
cause to sink in the centre, vicSiodgS^^ 

De-pres'sion (de-presh'un), n. a pressing down, 
ooSqS^oo^cSi; a depressed spot, 98^00^0^ 
c8S; a hollow, a sinking, oo^cSiooi^, 
ooSc6iooooii,ooSc8icoi^; dejection, de- 
spondency, discouragement, oa«:8igJic8\ 

Dep'ri-va'tion, n. See Deprive. 

De-prive', v. t. to strip, bereave, divest, a5i0 
ogS, ooq8G8foonoof88ooSoSioo^§ioop ; ta 
debar, @a)i ooS5o88ooa2cx5(38^88ooSo5\oa^ 

gi 000188 @b; of office, displace, 

depose, cohcSiogSoocSS. 

Depth, n. deepness, ooSoocSS ; as, what is the 
depth? ooc85fi58dB5<i)^; the midle part, 
ooSg8<j^iooc85; abstruseness, obscurity, 
ooSooc8ioo8{Sooc85; depth of mind, pro- 
fundity, ooSojSooSoo8c8S. 

De-pul'so-ry, a. driving away, averting, ooi» 

Dcp'fi-rate, v. t. to purify, qicx)^g8|SooS,91S|^ 

Dep'u-rr/tion, n. See Depurate. 

DepTi-t Vtion, n. the person or persons deput- 
ed, (^10091^08, yiO3l00Ql^^b800^00iyiO\C»l 


De-pfite',t\ <.to appoint as a substitute, com- 
mission, «iyi«n»Sb8obSoaio8S, q^scbcS^yi 
coio9i^G8; to send with authority to 
transact business, delegate, oicSxyxSt 

Dep'u-ty, n. a representative, a delegate, y\ 
OdoijSes; in match making, oocS^o^. 

De-range', v. t. to disorder, confuse, disturb^ 
«icooS|5c>p^GoS,«ic^^c^ooS, ttioo^poo^ooS. 

De-ranged', p. p. & a. put out of order, disor- 
dered, 0QC^1000a800c8^OC)88l,G8^gftglQl,OO 

^8; thrown into confusion, cB^j^ijis^t^*, 

i,e,i»o,u»y,long; a,e,i,6tU,y, short; cfire, far. Ia8t,f§ll, what; th^re, vfiil, tSrm; pique; ddne^ fte| 

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g^wcjp; to be disordered in intellect, 
to be insane, <x)soosot,oosoo^oo8t|038ooc2 

De-ringe'ment, n. insanity, madness, disorder, 
confusion, disturbance. See Derakged. 

Der'e-lic'tion, n. abandonment, desertion, ooS 
^ogSb ,00^ t«^^ • 

Oer'e-lict, a. unfaithful, ooioooo«iooS5c»@i8b. 

De-ride', v. t. by actions or words, to 

mock, laugh at, ridicule, taunt, scoff 

at, q^|^ooS,«icx)^ootJlooS,^i03|5op<i>ooS. 
De-ris'ion, n. scorn, mockery. See Debide. 
De-ri'sive, a. mocking, derisory, ridiculing, 

De-riv'a-ble, a. obtainable, deducible, SpS^ 
c^,c^c8poj (coiooSoSiooSji). 

Der'i-v /tion, n. ooS(]8^dBjSooi(oo^oSiooSgi),ooS 
c^c8^o^i(ooSoSioo^gi). See Derivk. 

De-rlvVtive, a. derived, secondary, not origi- 
nal, 06c8f)ODl(o3S35100S|li»<^l),00100Scfec6^ 

coi(cx>So5iooSgioo«8); dependent, oo^oot8« 
ccS ch c8^ booi oa 00 ^1 00 odsooi ooS (»iooS 
aioodS; derivative power, oo8oocx> 8i ooi 
ooS^^'ibyioi; a derivative word, ooS oo 
c8io©9oo@S. , n. See Derivative, a. 

De-rive', v. t. (followed by from), to receive, 
draw, deduce, o^sc8^bcx>i(coSo5iooSgioo 
oi); to infer, o5s^^SooiooSo6iooS jioo8^o6«. 

DVni-er, a. Fr. last, final, oodooiS. 

Der'o-gate, v. t. to lessen the worth of, de- 
preciate, disparage, «i6o88oocyj)[8ooc68c8i 

Dir'o-g I'tion, n. depreciation. See Derogate. 

De-rog'a-tive, De-rog'a-to-ry, a. detracting, 
disparaging, injurious, coioooowiooicSi 
5ic8iooSuocoio98i,ooi ooorjjitcoicSi^icSi . 

D^r'vise, Der'vish, n. 8id8ooiyiooiSoai8ooajjl 

00l00o5§^0000«^S0000lS X)Ol. 

Des-cint', v.t. to sing, oo8opooS,ooio^o>«fiOiooS, 
ocjoDo^dSpoDbiooS; to discourse at large, 
comment, ooc8i\glc8jSooScDo^o©8Soioi. 

Des'cant, n. a song, oJloDsojS; a free discourse, 

De-syend', V. i. to come or go down, o6c8i, cgi 
c8i; — as the sun or moon, to set, ooScSi; 
— , as rain, to fall, ^ic8i; to proceed from 
an ancestor, cSi©iic8io^^cx)i(«ooi«ooi); 
— ,as property from father to son, cSieii 
c8ic^j5coi8SoS5<2§8|^^ODlopaooS ; — as a riv- 
er, o6c^ic8i8Sc6o©l> ; to louer or de- 
grade one's self, «iooic8io©od8; to con- 
descend, Qi868c8i5ic8ioooo8,o8^c8ii»oa8. 

De-s^end'ant, w. an offspring, yiooiooc8itiic8i 

De-sjend'ent, De-sjend'ing, a. falling, ootids 

De-sjen'sion, w. descent, cTDSobdSijOoSobcjicfii, 

Be-ff9ent', n. a declivity, slope, ooSo5c8i,ooSc8i 
o5; lineage, birth, extraction, ooeiiooo^^^ 
ooo^cQoos; an attack, an assault, oo^obq^t 
ooS,coSo6^S8f ooS. See Descend. 

De-scrlb'a-ble, a. admitting description, coio 
coc8i (gl 03 oS 00 0^1,00 opSoo8i,o©c8Sooc^oj. 

De-scribe', V. t. to mark out, trace out, deline- 
ate, c^8^^ooS; to give an account of, re- 
count, narrate, explain, ooc8iooS5oS8ooS 
oooSoon^ioo<g1 c8^. 

De-scrip'tion, w. a representation in words, a 
recital, a report, oo'lTcSioDiooDcSicjjIcfi^ 
ooSoooSooo^iooop*^oo8i; a class of persons 
or things, kind, sort, ooSoofjooioocSSoo 
r^o©oocfe8oo5So8fc85ooo38. See Describe. 

De-scri{)'tive, a. o3JSeoi88 description. 

De-scry', v. t. to see, as at a distance, espy, 
discover, o6^8ooSooioooo<gloooSoo{S. 

Des'e-crate, v. t. to treat in a sacrilegious 
manner, profane, wiooSooSo^ajSoo oo«S 


Des'e-cra'tion, n. profanation. See Desecrate. 

Des'ert, n. a wilderness, a solitude, cj)^<jSoDyi, 

0DSb,c8Scx>o2^^aDO2S. f a. untilled, 

waste, barren, c»^ej0888yS^Sao^i,oopoo88i 


De-sf rt', t?. /. to forsake, abandon, ^o§5.£8ngS, 

do, wplf ;furl,rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as;; g as in get; § as z; x as gz; n as in linger, 

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ootoao^cgS,ooo580ongScoii: to quit contra- 
ry to engagement, wioOsSiooooSoaijScSi 

c8c8i8«oo^<iji<^8ogSb , n. due, merit, 

worth, oo^ooiyi@i«oj^S@ig8tb. 

De-sfrt'er, w. one who abandons his service, 

De-sfr'tion, n, the state of being deserted, ooS 
oS^oo^dBgoocSSoDiooSsao^ooS^cgScSi, ooS 
c6^coojSg8|?od^; the abandonment of a 
service. See Desert, v. t. 

De-srrve' (de-zfrv'), v. t, to merit, @i80j^S.@ii 

88,@i80D^ooS5oSi5gi. , V. i. to be 

worthy of, ^isSsooSoSiooSgi. 

De8'ha-bille(de8'a-b.l'), n.Fr. an undress, ooS 

DPs'iccate, r. t, to dry,«iooc8^,Qiogc8p.— — , 
V. i. to become dry, occ8^b,ojc8^b. 

De-sid'e-ra'tum, n.pL De-sld'e-ra'ta, Lat. a 
w^ant generally felt, coSooioooi|^^c6i, ooS 
coioi^jBSkSi ,oo^coio8^^^(3ic880ib8. 

De-8"gn', V. t. to draw the form of, delineate, 
trace out, c^scglcB^ooSooopSooSiooSoocbS; 
to mark out, show% indicate, ^«?^,^«?P 
GoS; to purpose, intend, propose, ooijS 
cB^,ojpc8^e8c8iooS, c85o5ooo3«6o5iSgi. — 
Design for, to intend, c85o5ooS,oooo5o5 

ooScoi(«§i«gioo8S). , n. a sketch, a 

plan, ooSc^«aoSo6ooiooopSoo8ioo(jJlc6jyoD^ 
088v; something marked out, ooScoioooop 
«8^^«8^8oocx>8; purpose, intention. ooS 

De-sign'a-ble (-sin'-, or zin'-), a. distinguisha- 
ble, C0l0^l«86So80000lS800^^^1(3lCO. 

Des'ig-nate, v t. to mark out, «8^^ri^8^^ooS; to 
name, ojSoo'ioooi; to point out, show, ^% 
\pcoS y^p cglooS; to select for some appoint- 
ment, ^108b^«80oSo010oSo5lOoSgl9o8S. 

DeB^ig-nfi'tion, n. a name by which a thing 
is designated, a mark, oo^q8^^oo^oooi 
oooDJS. See Designate. 

De-slgn'ed-ly, (-sin'-, or-z;n'-),arfr. oSooooscoido 

J)e-§ign'iiig, a* intriguing, artful, ^gScSooS. 

De-sir'a-ble, a. worthy of desire, orio@if8^|^S 
c8i; pleasing, agreeable, oOioooD^oa^s, 

De-sVa-ble-ness, n. See Desirable. 

De-sire', v. t. to feel the want of, wish for, 8^ 
^S,coi^S,oo^oooD8,dif88; as, I desire to eat 
rice, 8^(fi^oDC08coioi ; I denire a book, 
oo^oooosoDioSSoooj^; I desire happiness, 
oofion^SooS^S; to ask for, entreat, t>DOogo8; 

to require, wiooS. , n. that which is 

desired, a wish, a longing, ooS8^^SodS, 
ooSfion^SooS,ooS^^^SooS. See Desire, t*. t. 

De-§ir'ou8, a. desiring, solicitous, covetous, 8f 


De-8ist', r. t. to stop, cease, forbear, dBoo^, 
cBSoocSS ,oSoocSS. 

De-sist'an^e, n. cessation. (rare). See Desist. 

Desk, n.— for writing, a secretary, (^8o6Soo»^: 
for preaching, a pulpit, iSoo^oo8S|i8f . 

De8Vlate,a.laid w aste, neglected, destroyed, 
oo^cc8880oc8^oo88i; solitary and wretch- 
ed, lonely, afflicted, gS^ocojSqS^oo^jOo 
ojS; uninhabited, ooSoocSS^c/xod^SooqS^ 

Des'oJate, v. t to lay waste, ravage, ruin, «i 


Des'o-la'tion, w. a place laid waste, ooSoocSS 
ootSijOoSoro^SoD^oocBS; waste, ruin, ra- 
vage. See Desolate, v. t. 

De-spair', v. i. to be without hope, ^SooSooSoq 

cSSoOcS^COIljOO^ScoSoOllOD^OoS OD^,OD8O08 

8ib. See Debponb , n. utter hope- 
lessness, desperation, despondency, oct 

Despatch', n. See Dispatch. 

Des'per-c/do, w. yicoiaoooS^iooS^BoodS^.^i^t 

De8'per-ate,a. w ithout hope,de8pairing, hope- 
less, ^Sco^ooSoocSSoogS^; reckless of dan- 
ger, rash, headlong, oo8aj^opioo<x>9|iaDf 
odScoiooSoS^oooi; ferocious, as a mad- 
man, furious, frjintic, mad. ^ooob86yi^]S. 

Dcs'per-i/tion, n. 0D8<fiSc^8. See Desperate. 

'i«ti,i,o,Ufy,long; a,e,i,(\ujy> short; care, far, Iast,f§ll. whbt; thfere, v^il,tf rm; pique: done, f6i, 

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DES 139 

Des'pi-ca-ble,a. coutemptible,ba8e, mean, vile, 
i/i'orthles8, coioc2>o3^^'Loooo,ooiooS(b(fii 

Des'pi-ca-ble-ness, w. vileness, SeeDESPiCABLB, 

De-spis'a-ble, a. despicable (rare), @i«88ooSoo 
^ooo),@ii88ooSq^|^.See Despicable. 

De-spise', v. t. to contemn, scorn, disdain, q\ 

De-spite', w, extreme hatred, malice, maligni- 
ty, ooSoosoo,ooSoDtoDl,ooSngSb58^ogSb5co5. 
, Frep. cx)^Sop,oof oop8i. See Not- 

De-spite'ful, a. full of despite, malicious, ma- 
lignant, spiteful, ooioooo«o5ooS,ooo6cn)) 
ooS ,001 o©c8q^c8ol ooS. 

De-spoir, v.t. to strip, as of clothing, divest, 
deprive, rob, rifle, (jS^^SooS.cjSsj^^ag^^^S 

De-Bp6'li-a'tion, n. See Despoil. 

De-spoud', V. i. to doubt of success, lose cour- 
age, abandon hope, <{^oo^oo^ootc8i^ic8i, 
ooJoo&^eaoolooicSi^icSi; to lose all spirit, 
despair, oDso!)i8i,oos3»6St»oDlo08<j{5oO«8i. 

De-spond'enje, De-spond'en-9y, n. discour- 
agement, dejection. See Despond. 

De-spond'ent, a. oo|SooǤs despondency. 

Des'pot, n. a tyrant, 8ioiooiooi^^^c88^S8^ 


Des-pot'ic, Des-pot'ic-al, a. like a despot, ty- 
rannical, arbitrary jCOiooi^^^oiOD^ooSc^ 

Des'pot-ism, n. absolutism, aristocracy, ty- 
ranny. See Despotic. 

Des'pu-m Vtion, n. clarification, scumming, 

Defi'qua-ma'tion, n. exfoliation, ooSc8iod5,ooS 

De8-S€rt' (dez-zert'),w.the last course at table, 

001 03 dS^GO^OO 00^00801 ooQiiiSiStoncSiopi 

Des'ti na'tion, v. appointment, ooSoScBpooV, 
the end of an appointment, design, in- 
tention, oDSo5c8^x)Soc>iooSo5iaoSgii» 8S ; 


the place of destination, oo^oScS^oo^oo 

Des'tine, r. /. to appoint, design, intend, c8So5 
oo^,oSg8^oo^ ; to fix definitely, ordain to 
happen, decree, *|5^^o5ooSc8io5Sc6xfibi. 

Des'ti-ny, «. a cause or power that fixes defi- 
nitely, fate, doom, ooSoooSooSSooi ooHp 

Des'ti-tute, a. lacking, deficient, od^oogB^; 
needy, poor, §p,d3f§p,oof§{Soo^oD5. 

Des'ti-tu'tion, n. poverty. See Lestitutb, 

De-stroy', v. t to pull down, raze, cjic8i§S; to 
ruin, annihilate, extirpate, »ioo88\,qi 
co8<2S»ioc)88iao^; to slay, kill, qiod. 

De-struc'ti-bil'i-ty, n. that may be destroyed, 


De-struc'tion, w. demolition, subversion, ruin, 
oy8(j5oDi8i,ooSoot8ioon«Scx)i5; cause of de- 
struction, OO^QlOd8qSoD88lOO^. 

De-etruc'tive, a. fatal, deadly, ruinous, per- 
nicious, gSg^QioosSioo^. 

De-struc'tive-ness, n. oo^«ioD88iooS. 

Des'ue-tude (des'we-tude), n. disuse, ooS m gi 
001100^1 oo^ooojooncSioD^. 

Des'ul-to-ry, a. unmethodical, cursory, hasty, 
discursive, coio&oo«iooSooc8Sooc^c8io5S 

De-tach\t;. t. to separate, sever^ oic8ia8,oic8i 
<j^ ; to select and send away, detail, ^ 


De-tacb6d', a. separate, distinct, oo^>o^,ooco 

O^So^, 00010^,030 19^, OQcS^ b Oj^8c8S 00 001 

00^,00 oioo^i; detailed. See Detail, 
V. t. last def. 

De-tach'ment, n. See Detach. 

De-taiK, v. t. to state particulars, particularize, 
narrate, i^obioD^oao^ooc^iooaioopoooi 
c8\o5^G8iob8 ; to make a selection from 
troops, ^ooii^^a2'8oo^\ooiQ288o5^8ooo!2p. 

Dc'tail, De-tiil', n. See Detail, v. t. 

De-tain', v. t. to withhold, 0009^00^ oo^oQiod^ii 
co^b; to restrain, stop» hindj6r,a)q^i66i 
oo^,@8X)Sb; to hold in custody, ^|8coSb. 

dy,w9lf; furl,rade, pcfsh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z;^ as gz; gi as in linger. 

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De-tect', v.t. to find out what is hidden, dis- 
cover, o^P^^SodSooio© cS^ c^g (Bp ooib ; to 
bring to light, expose, oScjipc8^ooS,^^<gl 

I>e-tSct'er,De-tect'or, n. one vrho detects. See 

De-tec' tion, n. a finding out, discovery, oo^ o5 


De4en'tion, n. restraint, delay. See Detaik. 
De-tcr', V. t. to hinder, @coS; to prevent by 

fear, Qioo88i<j>ioiooSor^c8^oic8i,»i^i9i 

t)o-terge', v.t. to cleanse, purge away, oj8c^ 

De-ter'gent, w. oooS^ooiooaiooa^oD^cSpoDiooS 


De-tG'ri-o-rate, v. i. to grow worse, degenerate, 
c8So5iic8So5i8ooib, oooiooii, Soi«ooSooo8s 
odSooiipoi^P (^ opi 00 cot 8{ 00^ go 91 00^ b. 

, V. t. to make worse, i^icbojiooSoi 


De-tr)'ri-o-ra'tion, n. See Deteeioeate. 

De-ter'ment, n. See Deteb. 

De-ter'mi-na-ble, a. capable of being deter- 
mined. See Detebhine. 

De-tfr'mi-nate, a. definitely marked out, oSp 
^\iy^ 0) co8c8io6^c8i obs, ^5 ^ f S ^^ , 03 8 S ; 
fixed, established, G8^5d3^o!gii; deci- 
sive, conclusive, ooi 00 i^ ^^ <^S cnS ; re- 
solved on, coioooSofj)iioQoaiooioo^oSioo^ 

De-ter'mi-na'tion, n. resolution, decision. See 
Detebmine and Detebminate. 

De-ter'mme, v. t. to limit, bound, ««^J5q«?3o1 
oo^(]8^oo^dBsddc8^ooc^; to fix, establish, qi 
4S<*io!giiooS; to decide, *^^^o65ooS,6^^{S 

6lOoS,o5o!gilOOODI001»03<*lOoSoSlOoS ^100 

8S; to resolve, purpose, o5c6iodcx)i. , 

v.t. to resolve, oSdSiooootS^iSgi. 

Oe^Sr'mincd, a. otSc!jjii,Q8^45cBpo^n. 

de^Sr'sive, a. cleansing. See Detebgent. 

De-test', V. t to abhor, loathe, hate, abomi- 
nate, O38GDJ50010O^,OD80OOo8. 

De-test'a-ble, a. loathsome, abominable, coio 
@itoo«CDJSooi(!8i; very odious, execrable, 


Det'es-ta'tion, Di'tes-ta'tion, w. extreme ha- 
tred, abhorrence, loathing. See Detest. 

De-throne', v. t. to drive from a throne^ de- 
pose, oD^cSicgSSioioDioocfiS. 

De-throne'ment, w. See Dethbonb. 

Det'o-nate, v.i. Chem. to explode, detonize, 

0|cx>§o8^ooS(5o3loo^ooo88). , v. t. to 

cause to explode, q^80joD5d8po3S. 

Det'o-nVtion, n. explosion, ooSojoD^dBpooS. 

De-t6rt', v. t. to pervert, wrest, distort, c88oo 

De-tour', n. a turning, a circular route, ooS 

De-tract', v. t. to take away, aj8ogSoDS; to 
abuse, vilify, defame, traduce, oocBio^s 
8ioo^,cx>c8ico8c8i9ic8iyioo 0010081. 

De-trac'tion, n. depreciation, slander, calum- 
ny. See Detbact. 

De-trac'tive, De-trac'to-ry, a. defamatory, 
calumnious, ooioowi^xcSic^iooooiodSx. 

De-trac'tor, n. a slanderer. See Detbact. 

Det'ri-ment, n. injury, harm, damage, loss, 

00^ OdO(^'[800§^908c8l^^ €61,00^8^00^ cn,00^80l 

Det'ri-ment'al, a. injurious, hurtful, prejudi- 
cial, ooiooqiq68:8i^ic8ioo^ooo^'[8oo§^. 

De-tri'tion (-trlsh'un), n, a wearing off or 
away, coScji. 

De-trude', v. t. to thrust or push down, dB^ 

Deu9e, Deuse, n. a demon, <{^rBio5^. Low. 

Deu'ter-og'a-my, n. ooS^^SwI^^oiScS. 


Dev'as-tate,De-vas'tite, v. t. to lay waste, rav- 
age, desolate, pillage, yiooK;^5oo88i,oi 

Dev'as-ti'tion, n. desolation, havoc, ruin. 
See Devastate. 

•4.e,i»6tU,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, l&st,f§ll, what; thdre, veil, term; pique; d6ne, fftr, 

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De-vcl'op, V. t, to unfold gradually, unravel, 
o5(jlc8^ooS,c8^c{5lc8^ooS; to lay open, ex- 
hibit, i^JoS^cjp c8^ooS , V. i. to be 

formed by natural growth, grow, as a 
plant, 8^c8^bc8jSb ; as the mind, to ex- 
pand, oD«<»«c8^b,oop^c8^b. 

D('*'vi-ate, V. t. to vary (from a certain course), 
swerve, digress, «iooSo8«oo^, c8ia8b ; to 
turn aside from the proper w ay, stray, 
wander, cbioD«|Sri^,008^«r^; to err, sin, 

Dc'vi-a'tion, n. See Deviatk. 

De-vi9e', n. a contrivance, an invention, ooS 
(fecSpcoioo^oj^^ooSooj; a stratagem, ooSo^^ 
cS^SooS; an emblem, ooSooSioiooooSo^?. 

Dev'il, n. Satan, the Evil one, ^A\ o5S, ^^ od 
^S ; a demon, od^o3Q8,^58i^^8i'; an in- 
habitant of hell, an evil spirit, c^SooS. 

DtVil-ish, a. diabolical, satanic, hellish, in- 
fernal, oD^ex^sSsv^^ffixoSSooojSoocoS, c8i o5 

Dij'vi-ous, a. out of a straight line, winding, oo 
85o^oo^,c6ioD«^c^ ; wandering, roving, 
(^19181; erring, straying, coiooqioj^swi 
oow^ooV, a devious step, oIodq^ooS. 

De-vise', v. t. to contrive, invent, scheme, oj^ 
c8^ o«c8iooS, ODijScB^ooS ; to bequeath by 

will, og^oDlojiooooS^cfiSSpS^. , w. 

a device, ooSofj^{Sc6^i5i^iooS,ooSooi^rB^ooS; 
a willf o55(^8^^Scx)looxooS,o55oof oD)opiooS. 

De-void', a. (with of), destitute, lacking, oocS^ 
§8 (oo^ooiooSgi). 

De-voir' (dev-w6r'), n. duty, service, ooSwibi, 
oxSojofl; anactofcivility or respect, a 
compliment, ooSo5^8c8{S,ooSoDf ^^odcBi. 

De-volve', r. t. to roll down, «ic8ioooj^,oooo^ 
c8iooS; to transfer from one to another, 
hand dowm, (^8c8ioo^oDioooS«iooiyicjiyi 

oioocSi. , V. i. to pass from one to 

another, c8iODjSooiooiyioiooc8i. 

De-vote', v, t. to appropriate by vow, conse- 
crate, dedicate, oo{Sc8o5c8ooS,o588ooSsB{S 
001. See ^8i. jq^: ao; as, to devote a child 

do,wQlf;furl,rude,pysh;e.t>. silent; 9 as s; 9h a8 8h|gasj;ga8inget;sa8z;xa8gz;na8inliiiger 

to God, ogpcBoScBooSooitgiooSS; to give 
up wholly, oj^oioo^ooySoDooiS^S^S^S^S; 
to apply one self to, wi^g^ooS; consign 
over, execrate, doom, ogjScSiogSoo^. 

De-v6t'ed, a. entirely attentive to, coioooScSi 
oooD8ooiooooS5«ooS «i 00 ^1 ajjS aj^ ; — as, a 
devoted father, oScoiooo68ojiogSojinooo 

De-v6t'ed-ness, n. See Devoted. 

Dev'o-tee', n. one wholly devoted to religion, 
yicoia5o53soD8D3c^SooiSooi» ooS oj^ 00^ ool 
os^i; one unreasonably devoted, a 
bigot. See Bigot. 

De-v6'tion, w. the state of being devoted to 
God, consecration, ooSojStgioDltgiooiODJS 
oDSoo«(i>88«i<^iooooScx> if\ OD ooiS ; diviue 
worship, devoutness, coSoj^coiooltgi; 
reverence, ooScg«c8^ooS ; ardent attach- 
ment, ooSdb^ooSogooS8^8po3c6S ; devo- 
tions, prayer, ooSajoDo^. 

De-v6'tion-al, a. oojBoojSsoj^cgiooltgi. 

De-vour', v. eat ravenously, cS^cASodSQ^S 
Q5; to destroy, consume, c8^8iogS,gioDi 
8io§5; as, the fire devoured the city, o^ 

De-vout', a. sincerely devoted to religious 
feelings and duties, pious, reverent, ojS 
35^oo8ag^ooio2^cgiocncgioo^i; hearty, sin- 
cere; as, devout wishes for your happi- 
ness, oooon^SooS^5ooS^^ooi|8S8^8^oDc65, 


De-vout'ness, n. devotion. See Devout. 

Dew, w. 081,08106. 

Dew'-hip, n. c^oo©^ap,rB5c>p. 

Dew'y, a. like dew, c8io5o8io6; wet with dew, 
00^8^031 08106. 


Dex-ter'i-ty, Dex'ter-oils-ness, w. skill, adroit- 
ness, expertness, tact. See Dexterous. 

Dcx'ter-oas, a. expert in performing, handy, 
apt, 00^^038^, ooioo«iooSoSoSug|, f 00 3S 
8^033^; expert in contriving, skillful, in- 
genious, 0D8g00lOJ^00Si5800S00<^l. 

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Di'a-be'tes, n. Med. ooScxJlooiooo^oolSjayboo^. 

Di'a-boFic, Di'a-boFic-al, a. pertaining to the 
devil, oof oos8i5f^cBio5S ; like the devil, 
devilish, satanic, od8c8io5 8s <jp cBioSS oo 
038; hellish, infernal, atrocious, c8io58« 

Di-ab'o-lism (-lizm), n. ooooc^oos,ooo3«,t»o^S 
ooGo^ooi oooof c8S88^jSr8io5^. 

Di-ac'o-nal, a. 0D^ex:«8soD8* (deacon) ooooSosooS 

Di-ac'o-nate, w. the office of a deacon, deacon- 
ship, oo8*ooc6^,ooSG8f §f 00O00Cj)l00c8S. 

Di'a-cous'tics, n. ooSoj{SooSosoopooi8«ooSc8j5,ooS 

Dl'a-crit'ic, D 'a-crit'ic-al, a. making distinc- 
tions, oD{Seo«8so^fc8i88ooSc»5»i; distinc- 
tive, showing distinction, coiooqs^f oo^^i 

Di'a-dem, n. a crown, 8f cx>oj8,8ioioo8f ooojs 

CO! OOoSooSo^f OOODOjS . 

Di-ser'e-sis, Di-er'e-sis, n. \p. D -a3r'e-8us, Di- 
er'e-ses, ooSo^foSi [• • J (^8^f yioDioooj5^n>8 

05 0088800So|f oSlOOf C^800 X8COlS>(jJl|500(JJ|lf 

ftSoo88|S,oo9f «i^ie8ocx)8§oSi, aeaial. 
Di'ag-no'sis, Med, n. ooSogSooS88j»f g) ^i o8 ooS 

Di'ag-nos'tic, a. oofoosSs diagnosis 

Di'al-plclte, n. the face of a time-piece, ^f cjf oo- 

b5cOlOOq8^f(^l 00100 coioooocS^. 

Di-am'e-ter, 7i. (ooo|5«ooi^), oo8jSoj^5, 

Di'a-met'ric, D/a-met'ric-al, a. oo^e308 8tooSoo 
8f oj^S; directly adverse, cSf ooSof , 

Di'a-met'ric-al-ly, adv. directly, ooSoooooioi^ 

DVa-mond, 7i. ooS^Scosoo, if*. 

Di'a-per, n. a figured linen cloth, ooSoojgS 
ojf ^folooioooonoDjSwoboonoojS; a napkin 
for infants use, oo^iiooiSoof oosooSS. 

Di-aph'a-nous, a. pellucid, transparent, clear^ 

Di'a-pho-ret'ic, a. Med. increasing perspira- 
tion, ooioo(^sc8foooii, , n. oooof oc 

oiicSf . - 

Di'a-phragm(-fram), n* (boogf) ooSojoocdIodt' 
oo^ioscoSooooi; J.wa^,the midriff, ooSooo> 

a2)|8GOl 00 G8f^lOSO00GS^l88OC0l(»1 ^100001. 

Di'ar-rhoe'a, n. a flux, ooSa)la>ioic8i.ooSsDlcg. 

Di'a-ry, )2. a journal, o55c^8^fooS«ioooo8oo|ioof 
oo^ioo^ioof 00^1001 00 <|ji 00 ojf ; a daily 
memorandum, oSSo^f coScBi^ibsooojf . 

Di-as'to-le, n. a dilatation of the heart, oosoS? 

Di'a-tribe', n. an invective, harangue. See 
Harangue. < 

Dib'ble, 71. oo<j^S8ooiooj^ooS^oo8S. 
Di-ag'o-nal, n. (ooosSi^j), ooSoo©,ooSoogi,^|Soo j Di$e, n. pi. ooScSSc^ooojS, (oo^©l). 

c8coiooSoogiooScgS^i^88q^8cfec8^ c6i 001 ooS 

001^1 ^008001 ^ijSooS. , a. oo^e)0888ooS 

oo©oogi; as, a diagonal road, c^o^oogi. 
Dl'a-grara, n. (boog^), any illustrative figure, 

Di'al, n. ^^00^^^^. See Sun-dial. 
Di'a-lect, n. language, tongue, speech, 00 0% ; 

a local form of language, yiooooojSt8,oo 

Di'a-lec'tic, Di'a-lec'tic-al, a. oof 00188 dialect; 

logical ogSdBoDSpooSooio ojf gol 00 oS §8 00 

oD8^SoiSo5iooSooioooojf gloofi 009^000^1. 
Di-al'o-gist. w. ooSa:>c8ic85ooQo8ooi ooSoooSoooiox. 
D/alogue (di'a-log), n. ooSooogSooc8ic8Sooao8. 

Dic'tute, v. t. to comunicate to an amanuen- 
sis, cfeyif^8o56ooiooooc^8oo^5o?iSgi; totell 
with authority, prescribe, order, c^oof b 

coioaoooo{S«i5o5i5gi , w. an order^ 

command, injunction, direction, ooS «i 
c85,ooSo8poDid8o2\; a precept, a rule, coS 

Dic-ta'tion, n. See Dictate. 

Dic-ta'tor, n. c^ioSf 88(»8ooa)8ioDioooiif g8f ooS* 

Dic'ta-to'ri-al, a. imperious, dogmatical, ooi 
00Q1 cSf Qic8ioo1(^f s88,aic8Soo^f 80^^ oBs. 

Dic'tion, n. manner of expression, style, 
phraseology, oooocBioo^, ooodc8iooSoo8o^ 

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a«e,i,6tU»y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cAre, far, last, f^ll, what; th^re^vfil^tSixn; pique; d6s6»f6r. 

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Dic'tion-a-ry, w. (S«3Ht^^^)i a lexicon, vocabu- 
lary, o5t9^|056ooSo^ 

DIc'tum, n. ; pL Dic'ta, an authoritative say- 
ing or assertion, ooS 08^05 idSoji, oooo^qi 

Di-dac'tic, Di-dac'tic-al, a. fitted to instruct, 
preceptive, ooioooS^ojidSopiooS. 

Die, n. a cube to play with, (pi. dice),oo^©l; 
a stamp used in coining, ooSfeo^^ c8 ool 
ooc8i fV. i. to lose life, expire, de- 
cease, o5,oo«orfl«S; to recede, grow faint- 
er, vanish, as sound, oo^dS^^^b ; to be- 
come flat or vapid, as liquor, o^cgSbpijI 
b; to become insensible, oosoS* See o^i. 

Di'et, n. ooic8SoiiS«^iooc^^8^<^H^oSo8poDioo 

G8^§^^§^St&^g8^o68irB^8l00^800 C^^ 00 OD 

c[i. , w. habitual food, victuals, ooS 

cd^oo^€8; food regulated by medical 

rules, ooSc8^ooS(6^ooS(ficDiyico)@isc8^b, I Dif-fiVsion, t?. extension, spread. See Diffuse^ 

, v. <. to feed, nourish, oo^^^og^cS ' Dif-fu'sive, «. extending, dispersing, §§1oj, 

ooS. , v.i. to eat according to medic- : oo^ooaSgooS^Sgl©). 

al rules, IcS^ooScSooScoiooQuSsooSoSl. i Dif-fiVsive-ness, n. copiousness, verbosity, 

Di'et-a-ry, D/e-tet'ic, a. oo^eosSsooScfifooScS, prolixity, cx^ScoSxoolcb^St, cbooSoooScoT 

QO^oosSsoo^GS^oo^cSooioo^iaSsoo^oo). oo^oDc8ioolo3ioooooo^t3D8ooc8io5^oo^. See 

Differ, V. i. to be unlike, oo6oS80o^,c8io8b ; to ; J)iffu81Ve. 

be at variance, oppose, oot)jc8588?c85oo ' Dig, v. <.— in excavating, to excavate, ^^; — 

@ooS,ooSgio35oo6ooS; that w hich is hard 
to be understood or believed, ooS^SoiScB, 

Dif fi-denje, v. distrust of one's self, timidity, 
ooS^6c8io©a38o^booG8^; bashfulness, mo- 
desty, oo^oo^Sa^8,oo^odb5oo^. 

Diffi-dent, a. distrustful, suspicious, ooioooo 
^SoooSyioo^; not self-reliant, timid, oo^S 
c8ioooD8o^b; bashful, modest, shy, ^gS 


Dif flu-ent, a. flowing apart, Obs. ooo^5c8f , 

(^5c8^, Cglg1c8^,(^5c8^Cglc8lODO^lfi08 08. 

Dif-fuse' (dif-fus), a. widely spread, §1oo@1^1 
oDo^ioc898,ooo^iooSoi ; copious (in style), 
prolix, verbose, oolox^SoalcocSi, 

Dif-fiise', V. t. to spread, as a fluid, wiglooS; 
to spread abroad, disseminate, circu- 
late, (^1000^18080800^. 

Dif-fus'ness, n. See Diffusiveness. 


Dif fer-en9e, n. the ground of difference, dis- 
tinction, dissimilarity, ooSoo5oS8oDJSoo9S, 
ooScfiidBoooS; disagreement, variance, 
dispute, ooSoot)jc8 S 00 88 3 c85 00 od8 00 o^. 
See Diffeb. 

Differ-ent, a. another, not the same, distinct, 
0001,00(210001,00019^; unlike, dissimilar, 
diverse, c8idB,ooSo88ooc8ioc85. 

Dlf fi-cult, a. not easy, hard, arduous, oogSoD^, 
cB; hard to deal with, unaccommodat- 
ing, austere, rS,c8rBii. 

Dif fi-cul-ty, n. a being hard, hardness, ardu- 
ousness, ooSrB, coScBooSi ; that which is 
hard to be accomplished, oo^qicS, an ob- 

in cultivating the ground, ^^odScS^oo^,. 
l^^oDc^SoS^; to pierce with something 
sharp, oDi^c8^ng5,^j5c8^^8c8^o§5. — Dig 
down, to updermine, |^^c8i§S. — Dig in 
or into, f^|5,|^g58b8|5.--Dig out,^^^^^ 
odS,|^^c8^^I^iooS.— Dig through, f^^ooS. 
— Dig up, as with the snout, to root, 
Di-gest', V. t. to arrange in order, classify, c^i 

ojiooS^o^oS oa 0^1 ojSb : food, 66 o^* 

ooS (B^ 00^ (S §8 q^8 (^ dB^ c8i 001 00^ ojS ; to- 
think over, consider, s8oo8Soo^oooSooS^ 
o38o^c^8c^8; Chem. to soften by boiling, 

§00028, §ooaj8§oooo8. , V. t. M€d. to 

suppurate, oiQG8^,ac8^. 

stacle, embarassment, impediment, ooS Di'gest, n. a compendium, a summary, ooW 

4o,wQlf; f&rltr^de, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; s as z;^ asgz; q as in linger. 

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oSooSSoottioopoooioooioDpootti^idBSicfii. I Di-lap'i-da'tion. w. ooScSi^SogS. 

Di-gest'i-ble, r/. oD^ooi88ooSc8|5coiooD(26Sc^«8s | DMate',t;. i. to swell, distend, widen, expand, 

q^t(fec8pc8icoiaj{io^ (chyme) co. O3<»ic8j5,oo8c8^,c6^ c8^, ooi c8f ; to speak 

Di-gts'tion, n. See Digest, v. t, and v. i. copiously, expatiate, descant, coSxoA 

Di-ges'tive, a. producing digestion, coiooi^s ch \ (»loo)8S8S. , v. t. to enlarge, expand, 

cS^ooScS^oo^cSajoog^ooooioioo. Qi8pc6^ci>Sc8^,«ig1c6{S,«ioDajjpc8^. 

Dig'it, n. a finger's breadth, ^v^^^S; the 12th i Dil'a-to-ry, a. slow, tardy, coi^,o3i^a)i^oan 

part of the diameter of the sun or moon, 
^n»8ooSoo§^oj^5 o J c8i,88ooSo»c8iojpooop 
^^oS digits 00 c8i^ 5^5 c8i; a figure in 
arithmetic, ^^oSoo(gip,5o©8oo^3»o88 o, j, 
?> 9, !)> (5, o^, o, g, orB8coi digits. 

Dtg'i-tal, a. oo^e)D8S8^^Sooc8. 

Dig'ni-fy, t*. ^. to promote, elevate, exalt, oS8^ 
oScBooS; to honor, ennoble, wicoioaSiooS, 

DTg'ni-ta-ry,w. one who possesses exalted rank, 

yi00c8S8^00Ol, ODC^^OOS^OOS^COI ODC^^i^ 

06106 cSiooSooo^. 
Dig'ni-ty, n. high excellence, nobleness, ooSoo 

nrg|,ooipoDc^, ex>iooi©p©|S ; delaying, pro- 
crastinating, OJjSflOJ^^* 

DU'a-to-ri-ness, n, slowness, tardiness, late- 
ness. See Dilatory. 

DT-lem'ma, n. a difficult, or doubtful, choice, 
ooScD8g8oaiooSf8ooS b 00 «8, ojjS 00 od^ «i 00 
^\;Log. ooSe3ijcx)iooooioSiooo:g),oSo^ooioD 

Dil'i-gen§e, n. attention, industry, assiduity, 

Dil'i-gent, a, active, assiduous, industrious, 

€8^S800^C^8ei8, G6^8800^a2lc6^A^0^8 c6^ Ool 

^Qioo^; as, a diligent person, 

-of appearance and deportment, 

S^oo^S, ooSoaB^ 0© c6; — of rank, honora- I Dil'i-gent-ly, arft;. ^^,j3oc8o2Sc8, ^q8, od^SodiS, 
ble station, high office, ooSo5c8S8^c8^c6; | See 381. C: oci. 

DiU, n. •85f|. 

Dll'u-ent, a. diluting. See Dilute. 

DWfite', V. t. to make thin, attenuate, «i a^ 
c6^,«ioDogoDc6c8^; to weaken (as liquor), 

Di-liVtion, n. a weakening. See Dilute. 

loftiness and elegance, impressivness, 
ooSoooocfe8oo5c8io5y 1008^008^. 

Dig'ni-ficd, a. exalted, (]6^88oo8oood8iooooi»od 
8iooe)5oooDi, g8^88 00 c8S c8 ; suited to in- 
spire respect, impressive, oDiocg8c8^^, 

Di-gress', V. i. to deviate, wander, odcSiooSsj j Di-hVvi-al, D.4iVvi-an, a. o9^2D88io5o^odioo^. 
oo^c^iooSoi; to transgress, oflfend, qxoow^, j Dl-liVvi-iim, n. Geol. c6o2ScDioo'i880DiScoSc8ib 

Di-gres'sion, n. deviation, -amplification, cnS oobso^iojS^ooojcojScS^S^OD^ooo^SsoSs^^ 

oocSiooSajooqioooi; transgression, fault, , oocD88«8^c6^b8icfeciB^,o5588ooffioo«1oj^oo 

oo^a>Q^. ajS^cS^bcoioocBiopio^GbSooc^GSjSooSsb 0O1 

Di-gress'ive, a. digressing, odcSiooSsjodSooh. c8^8^ood8,yxoo^i|ic88bcDi02,c3o|iooio8^. 

Dike, w. a ditch, ooSc8i,oo^o^i; a mound of I Dim, a. not seeing clearly, cDiooo6^cx)Soo<g)oo^, 

bSo 802,00^ ooScoapiooooB, o6poo^58oj©8oc>i ; 
dull,c8iol; dull of apprehension, obtuse, 

OD806^O0So0D,O0(]8|588O0 0^^0080800^. , 

V. t. to render dim or obscure, darken, 
Di-Iap'i-da-ted, a. out of repair, c8io5i,o28ooc8i dull, «xo25«ioo5,oio3a2^oDoo8,«"i5iooS. 

§S; as, a dilapidated house, o6^c8So5i, Dime, n. dime ^SoSc6oDloooo«ooooogS88 dime 
c^pc8i§S. 00 oj^i^qscfedB^bcoi dollar oooj^. 

a.e,if6.u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; cfire, far. l&8t,f§ll, what; thfere, vgil, tgrm; pique; ddne, fftr, 

earth to check the influx of water, ooSco 

^^ooS. , V. embank, oo^pooSooS. 

Di-lHp'i-date,t;. t. to get out of repair, become 
decayed, c8So5i8e)D8b,o2888oooDc8i§So&88i 
ogS. , V. t «ic8i§S,«ioo88i. 

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Di-men'sion, n. size, ooSooc8^ooc5b5 ; as, what 
are its dimensions ? ooc8^oq<^Sqo80o)c6^. 

Di-min'ish, V. t. to grow less, lessen, coscSi 51 
c8i,c6ioSi,c8ia)ooi;— as a tumor, ©Scfii, 

c8ioDOj^S,c8ioDc6. , v. /. to make less 

in any manner, decrease, reduce, abate, 

Dim'i-nu'tion,n. decrease, abatement, deduc- 
tion, ooSfio«c8i5ic8i,ooooS©Sc8i. 

Di-min'u-tive, a. small, little, minute, ooioodi 

Di-min'Td-tive-ness, n. smaUness, littleness, 

minuteness. See Diminutive. 
Dim'is-80-ry, n. dismissive, coioo(J]c8iooS,coioo 

Dim'i-ty, n. §o)ooa9JScofx)o^5. 

Dim'ness, n. darkness, obscurity. See Dim, 

DWple, n. c88c8ia>i^ooc8SgSoi,o^c8iooipooc8^ 



dimple. , v. t. £^sc8iaoijS6oo48bcx)ioo 

Din, n. a loud, stunning noise, racket, clam- 
or, a>Sc5^§?§?@?@?, odI ^^ @? @^ 

@^@^,ooSd8^s|S0|5oo5oo5. , v. t. to 

stun with noise, qiodoJSo^S. 

Dine, v.i. to eat dinner, c8pooSoOi<jSe)oSc8ioooD 

c8S. , V. t. to give a dinner to, og^ 


Ding, V. i. to sound, as a bell, ooSodQ^icoooS. 

Ding'-dong, n. ooSdS^oQ^cljlj^ajjSajjS. 

DTn'ghey, Din'gey , n. EJnd. a kind of boat, |)oo 

Din'gi-ness, n. ooSooc^Scx>«8i,ooSooc8Sc8ioot,ooS 
Goc^Sol©e)5So1©e)os. See Dingy. 

Dm'gle, n. a narrow dale or valley, ooS@i,gi. 

Dm'gy, a. soiled, sullied, dun, c8iex>s,c8io1,g5. 

Di'ning-room, n. c8^oiooois,c8^ooS€8ooSoooi8. 

Din'ner, n. ooS(S{Scoi^S«oSc8ioooocBS. 

Dint, w. a blow, a stroke, Ob$. ooS8ooSoo::8,ooS 
8SooSooc8; force, ooS3g^cx)S88,ooSooooc8. 

Di-Sj'e-san, Di'o-9e'san, w, oDc^^ngSooSaS^^^o^p, 
(o6S5jii)oDoi. , a. oo^eo888diocese. 

Di'o-jese, n. oo^cSp^^c^pcoioSSjjnoooiogSoo^b. 

Di-op'trics, n. the science of refraction, (bicSi 
o@5) ooSoS^co'icScoioo^lScglooSooiooSooSi 

DTp,t;. sink in a liquid, cSicxgi; to incline^ 
downward, c6ioocigi,o6. , v. t to im- 
merse, ajjioDScoioo. — Dip out as a liquid 
with a ladle or other instrument, oi^cS^ 
o6,o(jji^c8^o6.— , Dip up, as paddy, a5\S^ 
op; as cooked rice, ^8c8ioi. — , Dip into 
a book, to read cursorily or desultorily, 
ogSo558p8^o58oo8. , n. See Dip, v. t. 

Diph'thong (dif thong or dip'thong), w. o5S^ 

Dl-plo'ma, n. a writing conferring some priv- 
ilege or honor, o55coiooo^^oooD8ooiyr 
@i8^SooSooc8S<»c^5o5iSgioooo^, oSSoj^S 

Di-pl6'ma-9y, n. the act of making treaties 
with foreign states, ooSoo^soocj^oocSW 
r^coioooo^o088c8Sc8S, odSoj^od^oj^oo 00^ 
o0888o68if8S8i05ooSooi ^r8^c85oo OD8001 0000 
«icfcc8^ooS6oSi6 ^1. 

Dip'lo-mat'ic, Dip'lo-mat'ic-al, a. having a di- 
ploma, (]8^88diploma; pertaining to di- 
plomacy, CD{S2X>8888c8Sc8So0^80OC[j5. 

Di-pl6'ma-tist, n. a diplomat, yicoio&^aSc^ 


Dip'per, n. one that dips, yicxgiooSoDiooooox; 

a ladle, o6o(jji|S,^^ojji^,o6^o8p. 
Dip'ping-nee'dle, n. a magnetic needle, 008 ^ 

00c6^c60dCX)8OD1O^^800c800 St^ SoSs 00 OD 


Dire, a. direful, dreadful, horrible, terrible, 

Di-rect', a. straight, c8i,ajjT, straight-forward, 
sincere, open, •iSooi, •iSooioSooooS; S\ 

c8i,c8ic6Sc8i868. , v. point, aim, 

o^p,oooo5; to point out, ^8^p; to show 
the way, guide, ^8^^r^ ; to lead, man- 
age, conduct, G6xo2i,tfio2i,i^^^8oo; to 

do, W9lf;fiirl,riide, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; g as z; xas gz; n as in linger. 

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prescribe, order, command, oicSSoS. 
Di-rec'tion, n. a pointing, an aiming, oo^o^^ 
ooS,oo^^^ooS; course, ooS85o^(3jo8i3jgi); 
the act of leading, managing, guidance, 
administration, ooS«ic^iooS,ooSi^^^8oj 
ooS; a prescription, order, command, ooS 
tticSSooS; a precept, a rule,ooSo8^ooSc8,ooS 

Dis'ac-cus'tom, v. t. oiooi8io^oo^ooo2^qo<o^,qi 

Dis'ad-van'tage, n. that which tends to pre- 
vent success, 00^@00S00^O2^00^C§^,00^O3 
^t(]8^c8^oo^ooo(2)|8, oo^(^g8^oo oat odi O 03^ 
o2}SooSc|j5oo<fec8^c8pc6pOD^b; loss, inju- 
ry, ooSq^iootcSi^icfiioDScxjjit. 
oo8ooc565,ooSS^^^8oDooV, superscription, | Dis-ad'van-ta'geous, a. inconvenient, prejudi- 
address, od^c^800ic6Soc^ioiooS8^. , cial, ooiooQiooscSi^icSim^aj)]!. 

Di-rcct'ive, a. tending to direct, directing, : Dis'af-fect', v. t. to alienate or dimnish the 

cOio»q^8^^c^,ooiooi^^^8oocoS, I aflfection of, QiajsSioo^db^cSScgcSSoas. 

Di-rect'ly, adv. in a straight line, cSicSi, tiS | Dis'af-fect'ed, a. ill-disposed towards, d3S8t 
801 ; expressly, c8io6Sc8icb«; instantly, oo oj^oj^oojcoIooSjgS^SsooSodso}. 

c8c8,ooc^c8. ; Dis'af-fec'tion, n. dislike, alienation, ill-will, 

Di-rect'or, n. a manager, counselor, yioDioo 

Di-rect'o-ry, n. a rule to direct, co^oo8ooo65,ooS 

o8{SooSd8,ooS^c^; a book containing a list 

of inhabitants and their places of abode, 

€5Scoi 00 ^p (g1 cS^yio^SoooiOdoo^oocS^oo 

dBiooc8Sc»c^^S^S. ,a. See Direction. 

Dire'ful, a. dreadful, terrible. See Dire. 
Dirge, w. a funeral hymn. oo)oo«6^(^iod. 

Dirk, n. 8rBi,8^8^. , v. t. sbtooiScBi. 

Dirt, n. ooSoo§i,ooSoo^^,c8f8oo^^, ooSoo^ooi, 

«5^. , V. t. See Dirty, v. i. 

Dirfi-ness,w.filthine8S, nastiness, sordidness. 

See Dirty. 
Dirt'y, a. foul, nasty, filthy, 00^051,00^00100^ j Dis'aUow'a-ble, a, not to be permitted, ooio 


Dis'a-gree', v. i. to differ, vary, c8i8Bb,ooSto8«, 
ooo8o88c8ioc8S; to differ in opinion, dis- 
sent, oo8ooSo88,oo8ooc8ioc8S; to not suit, 
oooo|5c8S; to be at variance, oo€jjoo88, oo 

Dis'a-gree'a-ble, a. displeasing, unsuitable, in- 
congruous, OogltStC^lOO^ ,0000^0001,0300^ 

o^S; disagreeable to the taste, distaste- 
ful, oooo^ocfiS^ioo^, Sootoo^oooSsooS^oo^. 

Dis'a-gree'ment, w. See Disagree. 

Dis'al-low', V. t. to refuse permission, prohib- 
it, 0009^00^00^8; to refuse assent, reject, 
oo9^|5oooo8,oooj^^c8S ,9Sc85b. 

d8; as, dirty hands, ^oojSooi; turbid, q; as, 
dirty water, coq ; base, mean, grovling, 
ooi,c8io2^c6^ooi; as, dirty business, oo^qi 

ooooioo:S|02P^o5S.' , r. t. to soil, 

bedaub, pollute, <^ioo^ooi,qtoo^ooi. 

Dis, pref. (privative and negative), not, 00. 

Dis'a-bil'i-ty, n. inability, incapacity, incom- 
petency, ooSoo^,ooSqioooj. 

Dis-<Vble, v. t. to incapacitate, disqualify, ^\ 


Dis'an-nuF, v.t. to annul, render void, q8ob 

Dis'ap-pear', cease to appear, oojjpoon 
00^; to cease to be, oo1(^^cgS,ooc8^ooii. 

Dls'ap-pear'an9e, w. ooo9^ocO<»^,co^<g1ooii. 

Dis'ap-point', v. t. to defeat expectation or 
hope, ttiogSooS^jSooV, to frustrate a pur- 
pose, baffle, balk, vioosSiogSoo^aj^cS^os 

c8iooo% (^\fiiQiQO^,(^ifiid3iopio^d6Soooi 

ooojcoii; to be disabled, «iooo6ooii,«ic6i I Di8'ap-point'ment,n. defeat of expectation or 

600(^10009. hope, oo^^^ooSoot8i; failure of purpose, 

Dis'a-bu§e', v. t. to set right, undeceive, gi^i frustration of plan, miscarriage, coSng^ 

^yi880O^fSo3O^O0^d3o98^00(^^. c8^<»8c8ioo(^c8^oo|5,oo^o2^c8^o8c8io088i« 

a,e,i,5,Uiy,long; a,e,i,o,u ,y, short; cdre, far, l&8t» f§U, w h^t; thSre, veil,term; pique; donet f6r, 

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Dis-ap'pro-ba'tion, n. See Disappbove. 

Dis'ap-prove^ t;. f. to dislikey o300^ooo3i,ooQb^ 
St; to manifest dislike, censure, oocg^ 
^S,oSo!>^oott^; to reject, disallow, oooj^S 

Dis-arm', v. t. to deprive of arms, oS^SogSoo 
fodbi, ooq^toB^co^Ssoof oDbicojS; to de- 
prive of ability to harm, «ioo1«Sog5 oo 

Dls'ar-range', v. t. to disorder, «iods8iooSoooS 
c^ioooD«,«ioo88iooSooc8Soor^; to confuse, 

Dis'ar-range'ment, n. See Disarrange. 

Dia'ar-riiy', v. t. to throw into disorder, «ioo« 
8100^ oooSc^i 00038, ttioooS^op^ooS ; to di- 
vest of dress or ornament, undress, dis- 
robe, oj{Sc8iog5ooSoDODio3ob,o9^c8io§5ooS 

ooooiiooeSS. , n. disorder, confusion, 

ooSoo<jiq, ooScB6[iod]6ji, ooSoDoi^op^; un- 
dress, ooScSpoj^cSiooSoooDioDcb, ooSoooS^ 


Dis-as'ter, n. misfortune, mishap, calamity, 

Dis-as'troils, a. ilnfortunate, calamitous, cx>i 

C»ODq8C^c8^00S5^00S00S,C0l 00O3«100l8l0oS, 
OD1 OOCX>q8cBq^8^00^(28 . 

DisVvow', V. t, to deny, od«iooS,oSooS. 
Dis'a-vow'al, w. disclaimer, denial, ooSod«i, 

Uis-bnnd', v. t. to break up, disperse, qicSi^^ 

Dis'be-lief , n. distrust, doubt, skepticism, ooS 

a)^5ooS. See Disbelieve. 
Dis'be-lieve', v. L to refuse credit, oo^Soo^. 
Dis-b&r'den, v. t. to unburden, unload, dis- 
encumber, oScding^oooo^Soo^dBiSsoB^c^t 

Dis-bftrse'.vXtopay out, expend, o^scB^uo^cSi. 
Dis-bflrse'ment, n. the money paid out, eooi 

opoc^tcS^oD^b. See Disbubse. 
Dijic, n. ike face of a celestial body, disk, 

bS,<eSbS,ocnbS,aopb5. See Disk. ' 
Discard', v. t. to reject, cast off, ^«g5,^8o§S, 

o5n§5; to dismiss from service, dis- 
charge, ^So§S,ooSc8io§Sooc8S. 

Dis-9ern' (diz-zern'), v. t. to make out by the 
eye, espy, perceive, c6p,ngS88c6p; to dis- 
tinguish, discriminate, ^^f jS><^^o?^^* 

Di§-9ern'i-ble, a. perceptible, distinguishable, 
evident, visible, cx>iocg^f ^cSio^, 001000^ 

Dis'-9ern'ing, a. discriminating, oj^ojo8od^. 

Dis-9ern'ment, n. judgment, discrimination, 
sagacity, ooSojjJSoDSoo8,ooSojjpooSo8, 

Dis-charge', v. t. to take out or empty a load, 
ajscSiogSooSooia, ofzcSic^ccS ooobSootSS; 
to disburden, unload, o5c8iogSooS6ooSc88; 
— a gun, to shoot, fire, 080^;— a debt,c88 
opioottS;— a debtor, ^SngSc^iooioooSpStoo 
oD«S;— froman obligation, ^SogSyioDiooS 
c8ioo^c8i;— from confinement, to libe- 
rate, set free, release, ^Sng5coiooS^|8o5S 
oo^i; — from office, todi8mis8,^Sog5coioo 
c8S, ocj8og5cx>iooc8S;— from service, ^SogS 
booiooSooaooyioocSS;— a duty, to execute, 
perform, gioo^S(Pc8i09^c8iooo88,Qioo^gi 
oDioo@i8Qis8i; — as matter, ooecB^. 

Dis-charge', w. a certificate of discharge, ac- 
quittance, o55^SooS; a purulent dis- 
charge, matter, pu8,<Jooiooo6€8jScoi^ic8S. 

Di8-9i'ple, n. a learner, a scholar, a follower, 
an adherent, oocJjS,oocJ]Sooc8p. 

Dis-9Vple, V. t. to teach, instruct, o8JSojid8oji, 
oS^Qio^iooS; to make a disciple of, ^t 

Di8-9Vple-8hip, n. oocjjSooc8pQ8^dB80oc8Sooc^, 

Dis'9i-plin-a-ble, a. capable of instruction or 
of improvement, 001 ooSptfl^^S; liable to 
be punished, @i800^oo^o8^<8^. 

Di8'9i-plin-a'ri-an, n. one skilled in training, yi 
0D1 00 ^ §^08 ^c8qi oji ooS; one strict in dis- 
cipline, yio8^c8«io2iooS|S, yioioofooSoo. 

DT8'9i-plin-a-ry, a. oop^898o8pc8«io2ioDS. 

Dis'9i-pline, v. t. to instruct or educate, 08^ 
cSqio^i; to drill, as soldiers, o8jSc8o28SS 

4o,w9lf; furl,r^da, pc;6h;^.t«(^. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; s as z;x asgz; n as in linger. 

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oSiooi^tai^tcoo^ ; to punishi chastize, 08^ 
ifi^; to chasten, afflict, oS^ojidSoji ; to 
subject to church censure, i^soo^yiooi 


Dis'9i-pline, n. instruction, training, ooSoS^cS 
wiojijOoSoSpifl^ ; a rule of discipline, ooS 
o8^^d8c8oo 8 00 o65 ; subjection to rule, 
ooSQ8^coioo5o8^ooSd8oo8a>S, ooS 8«oo{5ooS 
o8^ifip€8i,ooSoj^Sc85oDS 08^16^(381. 

Dis-claim', vJ. to deny, disavow, disown, od 

Dis-close', V. t. to uncover and show, lay open, 
oScglcS^ooSjoSoSpcSooS; to reveal, make 
known, divulge, ddpy^S^mSi^p(^<S^coS. 

Dis-clos'ure, n. exposure. See Disclose. 

Dis-c61'or (dis-kul'ur), v. t. to alter the color, 
stain, tinge, «ioD«8iooSooc^S,«ioo^ooiooS 

Dis-col'ored, jp. a. ooc^So088i,oo^ooioo^i. 

Dis-c6m'fit(dis-kLim'fit),t;. ^.defeat, rout, over- 
throw, «i^n«i^^,i^i«oSgg1ooS; to frus- 
trate, balk, disconcert, q8cx>oSc8ioji. 

DiB-c6m'fit-ure(-kum'fit-ygr), n. defeat, over- 
throw, ooScD^ooSwi^iittioopsSi; frustra- 
tion, ooSaopooS«i«oSg§1ng5,ooSoo^oooSc8i 

Dis-c6m!fort, w. inquietude, pain, distress, sor- 
row, ooSoo<j5,odSc8SooS8i, ooSoocgioo^i. 

, V. t. to pain, deject, vioocoiqioo 


Dis'com-mode', v. t. to inconvenience, trou- 
ble, molest, qxqoSqoS. See Incommode. 

Dis'com-pose', v. t. to derange, disarrange, 
disorder, «iop«8iooSoooSc^ioooo8; to con- 
fuse, ttioo^qooS, «ic8^ioo)6jiooS, ttioooSp 
oj^ooS; to disburb peace of mind, agitate, 
vex, ruffle, fret, «icBSQi8ioo8,Qiaj««ibi 
008, QiooSoodloo8, «ioop<iBj5cD^c§oo8, QlOO 


Dis'com-pos'ure, n. agitation, perturbation, 

O0800OlS00<XJ)ll,OD8aj8O8,O0838, 008gB^00^S 
d38OOO1l,O080O^cB^ ,0^8000^100^1. 

Dis'con-9ert', v. t. to defeat, thwart, frustrate. 

as a plan, QiODQaDdlngSoD^o^jS, QioD88aoo% 
ojj5 ; to confuse, disturb or discompose 
the mind, QiodooscocBSooooS, Qiooodtopi 
02^0000 jSvioo^i,tfioooo80pioo8ooc8ooc8^. 

Dis'con-grji'i-ty, n. incongruity, inconsisten- 
cy, oo^oooo^c8S,oo^oo€2c8SS8c8Soocx>8. 

Dis'con-nect', v. i. (in various ways), to sever, 
separate, detach, part, Qic8id8^odaoi,c8f 
ngSoodB88^dB8f1f vico88ioo^dB8§^Q26c85od 
008, Qic8i 5^ooS , Vlc8lO800^ . 

Dis'con-nec'ted, a. not properly arranged, 
disunited, ooiog8c8S,oooo^o^5c8S,oooo^tDr 

Dis-con'so-late, a. hoplessly sad, filled witb 
grief, melancholy, ooo^Soo^iOooj^ooogi^ 

Dis'con-tent', Dis'con-tent'ment, w. dissatis- 
faction. See Discontented. 

Dis'con-tent'ed, a. unquiet, dissatisfied, oo8a> 
^Sfoooo^ooxs, 02^00 <{S00800^S, oDiooSoo^.^ 

Dis'con-tin'u-an§e, Dis'con-tin'u-a'tion, n. ces- 
sation, interruption, intermission. See 
Discontinue and Discontinuous. 

Dis'con-tin'ue, v. f . to cease, as sound, stop, 
(§^,5^;— as action, to intermit, leave 

off, cSpOOcBS, gS^OiS, «BooS,Op5, ODOOlSb. 

, V. t. to leave off, oo«iooSooii. 

Dis'con-tin'u-oils, a. not continuous, disrupt 
ted, interrupted, oDioDdBooSooS,oo«icoii, 
00001 c8i(feSoj^5,ooc8c8 00^. 

Dis'cdrd, Dis-c6rd'an9e, w. variance, differ- 
ence, dissension, strife, dissonance. See 


Dis-c6rd'ant, a. not concordant, dissonant, 
jarring, harsh, oopi30888ooSd8j5oocjjc85oo 
8g3c85, oo^ex)888ooc^jS^8, ooopSoocjjooSg ; 
not on friendly terms, disagreeing, 
clashing, oocB^ojjcSSSsocBS, oSc85. 

Dis'count, V. t. tfi^icSi, Soi8ooSo»o88«i5ic8i# 
coioocooof^Soo^b.— — , w. the sum dis- 
counted, ©ooTO^oop^icSib^io&i^i^i. See 
Discount, ». t. 

a,e,if6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; c&re. far, list, f^U, what; th^re, v§il,t§rm; pique; done, f6r^ 

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Di8-coun'te-iian9e, v. t. to put out of counte- 
nance, abash, Qi^s^i^i^s^Ss^t ; to disap- 
prove, disfavor, oood^oo^, oSoo^coq^, 
o9ng^^. , n. disapprobation, dis- 
favor. See DiBCOUNTENANOB, V. t. 

Dis-coiir'age (-kur'ej), v. t. to dispirit, dis- 
hearten, deject, Q1008, qico8<2So088ioo8oo 
6^ooocncoiooooQioo^o&ioo^^ioo8^ ; to dis- 
saade from. See Dissuade. 

Dis-cour'age-ment, n. dejection, O38oo6^ooocn 91 
o8i; that which discourages, oo^ooioo(»i 
^ic8aooo800o^oooo1. See Disooubage. 

Dis-course', v. f . to converse, talk with, odc8i 
c8SoooD8 ; to make a speech, i^66i66c8i 
ooS,ip8io68iooS,*^tibiooS. , n. con- 
versation, converse, talk, ooSooc8ic8S 
00098; a homily, a sermon, oo^&|So6io6c8i 
ooS, ooH^obiooSjOoSoS^nyidSnyi. 

Dis-coftr'te-ous (-kArt'e-us), a. wanting in good 
manners,- uncivil, rude, ooiootftoo^ooJl, 

0002800 c8^9OD100Q100@18OD00^,O3c8^0d|S88 
00^O0Oe^00c68O0^O3^00^0D^ • 

Dis-coAr'te-sy, n. incivility, ill-manners, rude- 
ness. See DiscouBTEOuB. 

Dis-cov^er, t^. t. to make manifest, show, dis- 
close, reveal, o5cg)G8jS,c8^(g)€8^, il«G8|S(g) 
c8S ; to find out what is unknown, espy, 
ascertain, ooJSooSooi yioi 0006JS op^ ggl ^ 

Dis-cov'er-a-ble, a. that may be found out, 
perceivable, ascertainable, 001006^:^1 

Dis-coVer-er, n. yicoiooo6^oo^ooi<^ioiooo6foj^ 

Dis-cov'er-y (-kuv'er-y), n. See Dibcoveb. 

Dis-cred'it, t^. t. to disbelieve, distrust, oofS 
00^ ; to deprive of credit, disgrace, <»ioo8 
c8igic8iQoooioo8i. , n. disbelief, ooS 

oofSa>^9 09^03838 ; want of credit, ill-re- 
pute, disesteem, reproach, oo^ooiooooi 

Dia-cred'it-a-ble, a. disgraceful, disreputable, 


— — — — -y . - ^ — _-^ _ ^ ^ 


2) w^lf ;f&rlinide, P^bH; e.t.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as 

Dis-creet', a. sagacious, prudent, cautious, 
wary, c8p88ooSoj|5ooSoo8,Q8p88ooSdBoo8{5dB 


Dis-creet'ness, «. prudence, carefulness, ooS 


Di8-crep'an9e, Di8-crep'an-9y, n, disagree- 
ment, inconsistency. See Discbepant. 

Dis-crep'ant, a. discordant, at variance, dis- 
agreeing, different, oooo^c8S,ocSo88c8S, 

Dis-crete' a. separate, disjunct. Sec Disjunct- 
ive 2d def. oo^^888ooSqiooSoi, c8id8b. 

Dis-cre'tion, n. sagacity, prudence, wariness, 
caution, ooSr>2po5S«o8,ooSoj^ooJSo80j,ooSdB 
o38|So5#noo^; liberty to act according to 
one's own judgment, option, 00^08^001 

OdOOQ100^(^0000^ O2^0DJSe80pQ8^b. 

Dis-cre'tion-al, Dis-cre'tion-a-ry, a. left to dis- 
cretion, C0100gB^8800^800100O9Q1(^0»0D8. 

Dis-crim'i-nate, t;.<. to observe the difference, 
distinguish, ^io8ojJSg1oo^c8id8c8Soooo80o 
C01 ; to mark the difference, «i^pooSooioo 
c8idBc8SoooD8008oi; to make a distinction 
in, separate, o5c6td8ooSoo6i88oo6i^5^S. 

Dis-crim'i-na'ting, a. capable of making dis- 
tinctions, opp^fio8oo^ooooiop. 

Dis-crim'i-na'tion, n. See Dibcbiminate. 

Dis-crim'i-na-tive, a, marking a difference, 
characteristic, distinctive, distinguish- 
ing, oo^Q0888oo^c8tdSoooo^of^; discrimi- 
nating, ^§^f 10800^00001. 

Dis-crown', v. t. to deprive of a crown, ooSc6i 
o§5yiooi8ioiooc8S, ooSc6iog58ioiooiooc8^. 

Dis-ciim'ben-9y, w. ooSod^ic8ic6JSooS. See Re- 

Dis-cum'ber, v. t. to disencumber, disburden, 
!^8gB^o9c^,qigS^ooc8. See Disencumbeb. 

Dis-clftr'sion, w. ooSo9c8ioi8i,ooSoDc8iajooSBOii. 

Dis-cftr'sive, a. roving about, rambling, ooi 
00^19181 ; digressive, 001 ooooc8ioa8i ; 
inferential, 001 oocg^ c8oo8^ 00^ 009^ ooS^ 

Dis'cus, n. 00^00^8. See Disk; a quoit. See Quoit. 

sh) g as j; g as in get; s ^b z; ^ as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 


DIS 150 DIS 

ooog|,i6j5o5c8,^Xt.— ^ (to be ), v. 

be detached from, cS^ooSiycS^dBt^S ; to 
be free from, ^^^8t ; to be cleared, dis- 
entangled, ^1^8S|0O^@^»^1(^88O3^Q0q5^ 

o^^j^i^tSsoo^cSod^^ ; to be free from at- 
tachment, ^i(^8too^eii3DSooaD8. 
Disrcuss'ive, Dis-cfi'tient (-ku'ahent), n. mco^ j Dis'en-gage'ment, n. See Disengaged. 

^1, oDoo^ooS@,ttSnoo5^ooox^coio^c8iooS I Die'en-tan'gle, v, t. to unravel, untwist, loose. 

ooDS^8oo88^8tc8ioDc8b. , a. See n. 1 tticSioo^opiooSoDoS^o^^tQioo^cSpnyi. 

Dis-daiu', v. t. to think unworthy, contemn, Dis'en-thrgir, v. t. See Disikthball. 

despise, scorn, ooo8<feogcx51oopoDSo5tooS^i j Dls'en-throne', v. t. to dethrone, oo^c8ic5Sooi 

Dis-cuss', v.i. to examine, debate, sift, ooi^ 
cBpoDSoo9S,oSc8SooSoo9S; to disperse or 
break upi as a tumor, dissolve, qicSioo 

Dis-piis'sion (-kash'un), w. debate, disputation, 
dispersion. See Discuss. 


Dis'en-tran§e', v. t. to rouse from forgetful- 

ness, !]^to^^|^G8^cpic6ioDioo(il3|Soaoiao8oo 

Dis'es-pouse', v. t. to release from espousal, 

Dis'es-teem', v. t. to disfavor, slight, cocjioo 

c8^,ooo8(^,oo^Sao^o9iooSf o>oi. , n. 

disfavor, disregard, ooSoooptS^^co^co 

Dis-f I'vor, V. t to disesteem, discountenance, 
ooogSiS,oooo^oaoD8, oD8oooof OD^ ; to with- 
hold favor, ooi»io^|8,axiDj5o2|t,o90D^o©^ 
oo^t. , w. disregard, disestoem, odS 


Dis-f ig'ure(-f ig'yur), v.t. to deface, def orm,mar, 

wic088ioo^odn9^c»8i, vioo88iooSooi35oocoi. 

Dis-fig'ure-ment, n. deformity, defacement. 

See Disfigure. 
Dis-fran'chise (-fran'chiz), v. t. to dispossess 
or deprive of the rights of a citizen, c^ 
cS^ogSoo^ oo^oB^oo! oonooioo^oo^ . 
Dis-fran'chise-ment, n. See Dispbanchise. 
Dis-fClr^nish, v. t. cot^iSpcopdncoSfuowoixooS^ 

001 ooooo^bodS^ 00^ ,oc28dB jSngSb^ 001 S. 
Dis-gar'nish, v. t. to divest of ornaments, dis- 
mantle, o}^c8iog5oo^cx)ooiaocb. 
to free from any obstruction, wi^i^88 ! Di8-g6rge', v. t. to vomit, puke, throw up, 
ooSooSooS. c§8,^80DG8p€8^ ; to throw out with vio- 

Dis'en-gage' (-gaje'), v. t. to set free, liberate, . lence, o3§c8^ogS,o|oo§dB^,^8€8f <3gS. 

extricate, «»i^i^,o5^og5. i Dis-graje', v. t. to put out of favor, degrade, 

Dis'en-gag^d', a. vacant, being at leisure, c8^ ' abase, iio^cooio§Soooo8ooiyi, i90^|^^iogS 

i,efif6,u,y,long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; cire, far, I&8ttf§ll, wh^t; thSre, vfiil, tgrm; pique; done, ftot 


ooo88. , n. haughtiness, arrogance, 

scorn, pride. See Disdain, v. t. 

Dis-dain'ful, a. scornful, contemptuous, haugh- 
ty, o5oD8oooo8,ooo8<feyioioo^. 

Dis-ease', n. distemper, malady, sickness, ail- 
ment, 00^ OO) ,00^92^00^8^1. 

Dig-eased', a. sick, ill, unwell, «o1,oo^Sfiol, 

Dis'em-bark', v. i. to go on shore, land, de- 
bark, o2iG8iooiooc8^i88€8^a28. 9 v.t, 

to put on shore, oScS^o^iooSsjS. 

DIs'em-bSr-ktVtion, n. See Disembark. 

Dis'em-bod'y, v, t. to divest of the body, «i^i 
^88^ ^8,oSc8ingSf ^8 ; to discharge from 
military organization, wioo88i02if^o5^c8 


J)is'em-b6gue', ( dis'em-bog' ), v. f . to find vent, 
or empty into, as a river, cgigSajS^cb^ 

Dis'em-broiF, v. t. to disentangle, c§ojiooScoi 


Dis'en-a'ble, v. t. See Disable. 

Dis'en-chant', free from enchantment or 
delusion, wio^88iooSoo^oo^ood^oo8o98i. 

Dis'en-cum'ber, v. t. to free from encum- 
brance, disburden, ^8gB|5qoc^,(^8gB^coc8 ; 

Digitized by 



t)oaotooiyi; to bring to Bhame, dishonori 
defame^ wicotcSt^icSiyiooooioDSijij^iOD^ 
cBiooioo^^Sajt. , n. disesteem, dis- 
favor, discredit, oo^od^^Ss^soocS^; dis- 
honor, shame, infamy, ooWooiooSioot 
8i; a cause of disgrace, oo^o^ooicoSio^s 
Di8-gr}i9e'ful,a. shameful, infamous, ignomin- 
ious, OOQ8jS3<OO^SiaoWlC0100 0DlOoSlG8|S 

00^, oo^eosSiooSoo^sooc^^coioo^ioosSioooi 


Dis-guise', v. conceal by an unusual dress 

or mark, «ic8i58oood8, «ic8ic8ooS; to 

hide by a counterfeit appearance, feign, 

oSeiooodt: to intoxicate, c@^toooo8; 

one's speech, to dissemble, odcSicSioSoo 

coo^S. , w. any dress or habit that 

disguises the appearance, oo^»ic8idSod 

f)o^ad8i; intoxication, ooScS^iooods. 
Dis-gust', V. t. to oflfend the taste of, displease, 

tfiootoo^sdi. , ^.distaste, oo^odsoo^ooi. 

Dis-gust'ful, a. offensive to the taste, nause- 
ous, COl00c8lO38CO^00iyi,gl8S8a>800^001. 

Dish, n. a broad open vessel, c88ooo2jSo88^; 

the food served in a dish, ooSc8^ooSd3 Dis-in'te-grate,i;.<. to reduce to fragments or 

ooioooScoic88ooo2^88^oo^i. ; to powder, destroy the cohesion of, ^tch 

Dis'ha-bille' (dis'a-bir), n. an undress, ooSoo I c8SooiooiooSoo^^, «ioo88iooSio28c6SoooD8. 

ooo5iooobaD{5cQOD8, ooSoooocxDioooboo^oo I Dis'inter', v. t. to dig up, unbury, q{5c8^oji 

038. See Desabille. c^iooooSjS. 

Dish'cloth, n. ooS9iiooioog1og5c889o85i. , Dis-in'ter-est-ed, a. having no personal or pri- 

Dia-heart'en (dis-har'tn), v. t. to dispirit, dis- vate interest, oo^u^888Qi(»So8aDScoiooaDoj 

courage, deject, «ioo8c8i5ic8ioo8oo6Soo - -- 


Di-sheVel (di-shev'l), v. t. Qiooj^(8JSog),«ioo 

^q, qioo^od88, «100^00^8 ,«ioo j^8S oi . 
Dis-hon'est, a. devoid of honesty, faithless, 

knavish, ooJSooioo«iooSooc8occ8i, coioooo 

o^So3c8; fraudulent, cS^Soi^^SodS, odoSod 

Dis-hon'es-ty, n. want of honesty or integrity, 

faithlessness, ooScoodooodlooS, ooScS^oo 

aydS^coajj^ooS ,ooSooc8o3c8i. 
Dis-hon'or, v. t. to disgrace, shame, »io58c8i 

151 DIS 

9ic8iooooio98i,vicoi8ioocx>ia38i; to vio- 
late the chastity of, debauch, qio088i 
85<^j5ooooiod8i; to treat with indignity, 
«ioo^ooo)ooS;to refuse to accept or pay 
a bill, to dishonor, oooj^ScSSoo^eooodS. 

, n. disgrace, ignominy, shame, 

ooSooco\a)8ioD88i,ooSiSa58ooc8S . 
Dis-hon'or-a-ble, a. disgraceful, shameful, 
base, vile, a>jSo0888ooSoo^8 oocj^ odi od »i 
od88ioooiod8i ; destitute of honor, dis- 
graced, O0COlOD8l0OG8^,@l8a)^00Sq^gp. 

Dish'wa-ter, n. ooodiood8c88oo8S. 

Dis-Tn'cli-na'tion, w. unwillingness, dislike, 
aversion, ooSoo8P^^Soo8,ooSod8ooq8^. 

Dls'in-cline', v. t. to excite dislike or aver- 
sion, alienate from, q8oooo^oooo8, «ioo 


Dis'in-clm^d', n. unwilling, 001000080008^,05 

OOJ5oD8,Oo8^ 00^008 . 

Dis'in-gen'u-ous, a. not frank, unfair, ooioooo 

c8lOO 05800001, ODI O0«lOD0680OCD1OoS. 

Dis'in-gen'u-ous-ness, n. See Disengenuous. 
Dis'in-her'it, v. t. to deprive of a hereditary 
right, «iooooiSooS^Sool,«ic^5ooS^Soc>l. 

Dis-in'ter-est-ed-ness, n. See Disintbrested. 
Dis'in-ter'ment, n. See Disinter. 
Dts'in-thrall' (-thrawl), v. U to release from 

thraldom, Qiog^<jj|8c8^ooiooio^Sooc8S,^Snoa 

§8001031 OOS OOcBooi 00C8S . 

Dis-join', v. t. to disunite, disconnect, dissev- 
er, sunder, separate, Qic8i5^,«ic8io8,q8 

Dis-joint', v. t to dislocate, «ic8ic8^ooa:>i, qi 

c8i<g]ooooi; to separate the joints of, ofjt 
do,wolf;fiirl,riide, pu8h;e.f.o. silent; 9 ass; 9h assh; g as j; gasiuget; sa8a;5a8gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 





obSooooi; to break the natural order of, | ooSoo^bB^oo^iCD^c^. , v. t. to terrify^ 

Qico^oD^ogSoo^oocS^ooc^, I affrighti appalli daunt, yi^iwti^im^. 

Dis-junct'.a, disjoined, separated, oocSgcBSojS Dis-mayed', p. p. disjoint, cSjSStoo^o^^^ioDSf^t^ 
000D8, oooo^c8Soj5oooD«, oocBpoj5c8SooaD«. ; Dis-mem'ber, n. t. to cut oflF the limbs of, 8^ 

Dis-junc'tion (-junk'shun), a. disunion, sepa- 
ration, ooSoocSio25oocx>s,ooc»^o^5c85oooDi. 

Dis-jiinct'ive, a. 0D^ex)«8t disjunction. , 

n. Gram, a disjunctive conjunction. 

obSogSjCiSc^SogS, ojgobSogS, QiobSogSoojoo- 
@SioDi5; to cut in pieces, mutilate, o^tc^* 
cxJlc^oocB^oocS^; to sever, divide; aSjio* 
dismember an empire, yic8ietooc8ooi{^. 
Dis-mem'ber-ment, n. mutilation, division* 

See Dl8M£MB£B. 

o^too^ooc8idc8o9fSo9i^8^^oooo^c8idS, as, 
I fear neither tigers nor elephants, cb 
o^(PiooSoi, oDcSttSoi, oDoo^ioo^ ; a dis- ' Dis-miss', %\ t. to let go, ^SooS,^^c08ooS ; to 

junctive proposition. 

Disk, n. disc, ^5; Astron. «S^Si5,co1i5,a)fiS, 
Bot. SoooDC^Socoi^oDt. cgSooSioDi Webs- 
ter*s Dictionary. 

Dis-like', V. tXo disrelish, disapprove of, ooob^ 

88,0000^00031, oDioj. ,w. averbion,re- 

pugnance, distaste, ooSod8od,ooSooc6^88. 

Dis'lo-cate,t;. <. to displace, oSoc8ib;toputout 
of joint, disjoint, «ic8iooo6S,»ic8ia2,Qi 
c8i(jj]ooooi; to be dislocated, c8i<jj|,c8iog|. 

Dis'lo-ca'tion, n. ooSooooicSiq], oo^ooooioooiS. 

Dis-lodge', v. t. to drive from a concealment, 
tficS^cgScoioocSS, q^8co£dB^ogSooiooc8% «i 
cSiobScgSoD 1 ooGB^^S^oSb. 

Dis-loy'al, a. false to allegiance, faithless, 
treacherous, perfidious, oo8co^j5ooJSoocx> 

Dis-loy'al-ty, n. violation of allegiance. See 

Dis'mal (diz'mal), a. gloomy, dreary, cheer- 
less, doleful, dark, o^8oocxjF||S,oo^q9if oo 
odS,S>802^oooo5, 00^^88100^ Qioo^bB^oo^c^ 

Di8-man'tle,t;.*. to demolish, raze, pulldown, 

Dis-mask', v. t. to unmask, strip of disguise, 

Di8-mast^ t;. t. to break and carry a\s ay the 

Dis-may', w. terror, fright, fear, oo^^ioo^t^'f 

send away, «ic8iooS, qic6ioo^, q^8c6iooS; 
to put out of a situation, dischargei ^ 
og5yiooioo«iooS58ooSoo^i ; to remove 
from office, discard, ooSc8iogSo^c8S. 

Dis-miss'al Dis-mis'sion, n. See Dismiss. 

Dis-mount', v, f , to alight, as from a horse or 

other beast, get off, o^icSijifcSi , 

V. t. to throw from a horse, unhorse, q8 
c8io65qoioo^ooc8i; to remove or throw 
cannon from their carriages, o5c8i 
ogS ^ So:>i c^jScooo^oocS^. 

Di8'o-be'di-en5e, n. refusal to obey, ooSoo^S 

Dis'o-be'di-ent, a. refractory, odiooooSoo^^ooS, 
CO! oooo^SooSooooojS,^Sojp. 

DTs'o-bey', v. t. to transgress the command 
of, violate, infringe, break, oo8oo^^,o^S 

Dis'o-blige', v. t to refuse civility to, dis- 
please, dBq^c8rflyioiooooSob^88,QiooS8o88 
oooofSooiyi o\oo8S«ic8«ioooo5yioi. 

Dis'o-bKg'ing. a. not disposed to please, un- 
accommodating, churlish, ocojioojSyior 


Dis-6r'der, v. t. to derange, confuse, ii\co\ 
oD^cgSooSoocSSooc^, ©iooSooojjoo88,aiooS 
<j^o6^^f cS, wioooS^a^^ooS, aioosSioo^c^r 
Odoo8ooc8^ooc^; to produce sickness or 
indisposition in, Qic^cS^oo^adl; to dis- 
compose the mind, ruffle, Qiaoooooloos,^! 

00pc8^00pC§O08, 010001^0002111008, O^^OOI 

oo8t30i,og^oo<jSoo8oo^S; the intellect, 

Mf^^'^y^^P^S' &fefif6|U,y, short; c&re« far, liit,f§ll, wh^t^thSre, vfiil, tSrm; pique; ddnSi tttf 

Digitized by 


DIS 163 

viooic8i^ic8io9iooo9^o2^0D^a8o^.«^-— >,n. 
want of order, confusion, irregularity, 

oo^ooc^ooSs; confusion, bustle, jj[8j|8^8^t, 
oD^o9o5^op^,oo^oao2809oo8,oo^(»^(»^i; irreg- 
ularity of conduct, ooS«ioD^8cx)«^ ; tu- 
mult, oD^ooicS^ooicSi; disease, sickness, 
distemper, oo^Q2803^a>); discomposure of 
mind, ooSog^oooiSoo80Do:jjii, odSooojJ5ooo 
oo80oo1,oo^ooo2^oo^oo80Df ^ ; mental de- 
rangement, CO^00O2JS00CD80D800CD8, CcS 00 

Dis-dr'der-ly, a. out of proper order, irregular, 
oD^icx)^i,(]B^ooo5|5a2^; behaving contra- 
ry to good order, unruly, lawless, coioo 
«ioo^800Q^oo^i 00910000^, ooSoo^oSjSooSdS 
00^, See jc»8. ^: •. , adv. irregular- 
ly, confusedly. See Disobdebly, a. 

Di8-6r'gan-i-za'tion, n. See Dibobganize. 

Dis-6r'gan-ize, v. t. to destroy tbe organic 
structure of, Qio088ioo^G8^o366SoDc6aoS 


no^oo8iootfitf i; to utterly break up, qic8i 

Dis-6'wn'(diz-on'), v. t. to disavow, renounce, 
deny, disclaim, 6^9^ngS,aDQiogS. 

Dis-par'age, v. t. to dishonor, debase, vilify, 
detract, Qi808dBi9ic8ioooQiooSi ; to de- 
preciate, decry, ooc8ic088ioo^,o9c8iq68c8i 

Dis-pi^age-ment, n. detraction, derogationi 
reproach,. See Dibpabage. 

Pis-par'i-ty, n. inequality, dissimilitude, dis- 
proportion, od^ooSo88c8S,oo^oo€2c8So388y 

Dis-part't t^. t. to divide, dissever split, qxAx 
tM,€88ot,GB8oo9l; to be disparted, cSio^cSs. 
, t;. i. See Dispabt, v. U 

Dis-pas'sion-ate, a. cool, free from passion, 
calm, composed, coioocSioqooi, oSoi^oS 
o^iioo8i09ioodB^OD^; impartial, ooi^^^ 
008001 iooS,ooogSiSoo8ooiiooSoD^. 


Dis-patch', v. t. to send (a person), viobtoo^ 
«ic8aooS,^8cbiooS ; to send (a letter), 05^ 
ojSoSS; to kill, q\o&oo^; to perform or ex- 
ecute expeditiously, »iooSu5|,»io^Soooi 

ooS. , n. speed, haste, ooSoSoS^j(j,ooS 

g; expeditious performance, oo^(»\of o^u 
jjjOoSqio^Soooi ; a letter sent with ex- 
pedition, o56oc^icx>iooii8d6i9^ibji|^. 

Dis-pel', v. t. to scatter by force, ^«^a^Sgg^ 
ogSooS ; to dissipate, QiaJlQSogSooS,©!©^^ 

Dis-pen'sa-ble, n. capable of being dispensed 
with, ooiooSdB^cgSoof5o^S8oocig8ooGB^oo|S; 
capable of being administered, 001 o^i 

Dis-pen'sa-ry, n. oo^coloocS^oodSoocS^. 

Dis'pen-sVtion, n. distribution, ooS^iog^ooS; a 
dispensation of Providence, oo^ooic^io&t 
O9icg^o9iv\oc2)lt»i§^88f 10809^00^001^1 (£^ 
8{S8oo8S; the grant of exemption from 
the obligation of law, oo^^Soo^8ooiooo> 
Qioo^bSoo^oS^oo^dSoB^boooSs f S 00 OJOO^l 

Dis-pen'sa-tive, a. oo^q0888uo|Soo^^i^8oo^8. 

Dis'pen-sa'tor, n. a distributor, a dispenser^ 

Dis-pen'sa-to-ry, a. oio9^oo^^i^80d^8. y 

n. odSoDcS^ooS^. 

Dis-pense', v. distribute, |io9^S. — Dis- 
pense with, to set aside, pass by, ^pogS^ 
oScS^cgSjOOQioo^b; to suspend the opera- 
tion of, oSoocBSogSoo^; to do without, o> 


Dis-pens'er, n. See Dibpeksatob. 

Dis-peo'ple, v. t. to depopulate, ^8oo8c6i§ic6r 

Dis-pSrse', r. t. to be scattered, c8i^^c8iot,c8v 
gd6ig1,cotoic8Sooo98; to be disgipated, o 
og5,o^So^og5b. , t;. t. to scatter, dif- 
fuse, disseminate, (»ic8i^^c8iot, ^icSig 
c8ig1; to disMpate, mo^^o^cgS; to dis- 
tribute, deal out, |io9^o9S. 

Dis-pSr'sion, n. See Dispebss. 

do, vrplf ;furl,riide, pysh; t.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh) g as j; g as in get; g as z; ^ as gz; n as in linger* 


Digitized by 





Dia-per'sive, a. tending to scatter or dissipate, 

Dis-pir'it, v.t. to dishearten, discourage, damp, 
depress, wicoacSi^icSioDiooftSooool, «i©S 


Dis-pla5e', v. t. to remove from its usual or 
proper place, o28og5ooc8S88o5oooing5 b ; 
to remove from office, depose, discard, 

Dis-pla9e'ment, n. removal. See Displace. 

Di8-pla'9en-§y, n. displeasure, dislike, ooS oo 


Dis-play', v. expand, spread, oDco^dB^; to 
exhibit, show, make manifest, parade, 
^^cglcS^ooSjoScglcS^ooS. , n. exhibi- 
tion, ooSoDOD{Sc8^b,ooSoS(^dB^b,ooSq8^^, 

Dis-please', v. t. to offend, anger, vex, pro- 
voke, VlOO)yiOlOOOD8, Ql8^c8^yiOl00O38, 

©icBSyioioooDs; to disgust, wiootoojSooiyi 
O10DCD8. ,*. t. to be disagreeable to, 


Dis-pleas'ure (-plezh'ur), n. anger,>vrath, vexa- Dis'pro-pGr'tion-al, Dis'pro-por'tion-ate, a. un- 

Dis'po-si'tion, n. the act of disposing, dispos- 
al, oo^c^icSioocS^odc^; the manner of dis- 
posing, arrangement, adjustment, or- 
der, oo^c^ic8ioo^oo8ooo6S ; tendency, in- 
clination, 00^000^^0003^ ,09^0030^, 00^^&^ 

Qioo9D8§c»i§gi; natural temper of mind, 
038090^^0000^,0380003^; a propensity, a 
propensiou, o^oo^^*,ooSooo3td3^. 

Dis'i)08-seS8', V, t. to deprive of, eject, o^scSS 
ngSooS ^c8S9p8^88o5oDc8oDc8opi€8i. 

Dis'pos-ses'sion, n. See Dispossess. 

Dis-praise', v. t. to blame, censure, reproach, 

q^g^OC^,O0c8l0088l00S000OlO3Sl. , W. 

QoSq^ g^Oi^ooS ,ooSooc8ioo88iooSooooiaD8i. 
Dis-profit, n. loss, damage, oo^ooo^|80o§^oo8 

Dis-proof, n. disproval, confutation, oo^oS^ 
cS^oo^coiooooo^oo^co^. See Disprove. 

Dis'pro-por'tion, n. want of symmetry, odScB^ 


tion, ooSo388p,oo^o38f6S ; dislike, disap- 
probation, 00^0009^00038,C0^O3fS00O38. 

Dis-plode', explode, 8So8,cfeio3§d8pc8^. 

See Explode. 
Dis-port', n. to play, cBoc^ooS. See Sport. 
Dis-pos'a-ble (-p6z'a-bl), a. ooioco1o3,ooiooo^oo, 

ooio«icSi5o6i5^ic», See Dispose op. 
Dis-p6s'al, w. arrangement. See Dispose. 

symmetrical, fBSo5SifiScSS,ooDoo@S,ooojS 

Od 8lO3O3c8l001 008^ y^OD^. 

Dis-prove', v. t. to prove to be false, confute, 
c^ioiOdoo^ooc8i03iooooo^oo|Soo^, ^001091 


Dis-prov'a-ble, a. refutable, ooio^^cjpdBStfii, 
ooiooooo^oo^oo^oo^op. See Disprove. 

Dis-pose', V. f. to put in order, arrange, co^S I Dis'pu-ta-ble, a. controvertible, oSc85ooSooc8^ 
coc8io3iooc8S,c^iopiooc8S ; to place, set, I G8^b,coio@i8oSc65. 

o5ooS,o5c8io3Sooc8S; to adapt, adjust re- Dis'pu-tant, n. a controvertist, a controversi- 
gulate, oSc8ioo^§o300^ooc8^,ij5£8^oo^§o3 1 alist, yiooioooSc8S^c8Soo^. 

00^00018; the mind, to incline, bias, 1 Dis'pu-ta'tion, n. argument, ooS9Sc8Sc§c8S. 

o3(feSooc8i^io38,i^800^yao%ooo2|SoooD80Di35 ] Dis'pu-ta'tious, Dis-put'a-tive, a. g8^^9^c8Soo^. 

«»iooSo5iodS^i.— Dispose of, to sell, 00) ! Diarpftte'^ v. i. to deny the truth or propriety 

cAS*; to part with, give away, bestow, 
oj^cSibooiytoi; to apply to a particular 
purpose, o6booicoSo6ioo^ioo8S ; to use, 
employ, ojbooioo^o&ioo^^iodS^; to place, 
Dis-p6s^d^ a. inclined, minded, oo8g8^. 

of, controvert, ^Sc85o3%c»cBi<2Sc8So3S 
o3ioo^^^ooo^ooSo9^oo^: to argue, discuss, 
debate, 9Sc86^c85oo^; to strive to main- 
tain, contest, 66tc8S<8€8S,@aoic6S. , 

ft. controversy, debate, o3^668c8Sc8c8S, 

A.e,i,6,ii,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cflre, far, la8t» £§11, w h^t; thSre, v^il, tSrm; pique; ddne, fi5r. 

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Dii^qal'i-fi-ca'tion, n. unfitnesB, 00^009^00^18 
oo^ooa^oB^cB^oomSsQi^yOo^oogi 80000^ 
oo(fec8^JSoo^^oo9S. See Disqualify. 

Dis-qual'i-fy , v. t. to deprive of legal power or 
right, @«3oSooS§oS80oai2ood3^S8oo^Sioo^Qi 
SooiS^ioooi, oocOjSoo^8coiodnoQioo^ooioo^ 
§100^; to disable, incapacitate, «ioo8 

Dis-qui'et, v. t. to render unquiet, disturb, «i, 
oo8oi^iooS,«iod5oo5, wicB^^xiooSoDiyioioo 

oo8S,»icopdBj5oo{Sc§o6S,«\b^o]ooS. ,w. 

a being disturbed, ooSaj8ooS^i ; anxiety, 
uneasiliess, restlessness, ooSoo^o55ooS,ooS 

Di8-qu'/et-ness, n. See Disquiet. 

Dw'qui-si'tion, w. dissertation, discussion, ooS 

Dis're-gard', v. t. to pay no heed to, neglect, 
slight, ooo5c^ooS,ooc8S|,SooS, ooSoo^^ooS. ' 

^, n. a neglect, a slight, ooSoooScfe ; 

ao^,ooSoocSS^^SooS,ooSoo8no^{5ooS . 

Dis-rorish, v. t. to dislike the taste of, cS^oo . 
S^09p,s8^oogSoDjS; to dislike, ooc^^S8,oo 

oD^oocx>8. , n. distaste, dislike, ooSoo I 

6^00001, ooSoooopoooD8,ooSocdi{588. I 

Dis're-mem'ber, v. i. to forget (low), oDsui^jS. | 

Dis-rcp'ii-ta-ble, a. not reputable, discredita- 
ble, ill-famed, 0000109810008^; injurious ' 
to reputation, disgraceful, oaiOdoo<i»io08 j 

Dis're-pute', n. want of reputation, disesteem, 1 
discredit, dishonor, disgrace, ooSooooioo j 

D&'re-spect', n. want of respect, incivility, ir- 1 
reverence, ooSooog8oocB^,ooSQ»ioo^oool 

dislike, ooSoooo{Soood8,ooSoo c&^ 8«, ooS 00 S 

O2{5oO08,OoS 00800 <^5. 

Dis-sat'is-fy, v. t. to make discontented, dis- 
please, ttl00^00^6yi008.V100^0000^(^100t. 

Dis-sat'is-ficd, a. discontented, oSjSoo^tSdBsoo 
on; not gratified, 0000^00008,000551100008, 
00002^0008; not satisfied in mind, (after 
receiving an injury), injured, oo8oo^SS8 
00^; displeased, oo80oc8^,oo88p. 

Dis-sect', V. t. to analyze, Oj^«,cf^,ool,oj8(b5 ; to 
anatomize, c%(^5,o3l(^5(ooooi)5oi38oooj^^ 

Dis-sec'tion, n. See Dissect. 

Dis-silize' (-seez'), v. t. to dispossess wrongful- 
ly, o58dB^cg5(^ioo^c8S8^8^coioooSooSooc8 

Dis-sem'ble,t'. t. to disguise, mask, tfio%8Qiooi 
0008; to simulate, feign, c8oo1oooo8,c8ooS. 
See Feign. 

Dis-sem'bler, n. See Dissemble. 

Dis-sem'i-nate, v. t, to spread abroad, pro- 
mulgate, diffuse, circulate, publish, qt 

OOJ5q)ooSoOO^IC0898 , oS^OOlcS OJ lOoS OO 05^1 

Dis-sem'i-na'tion, n. propagation, dispersion, 

diffusion. See Disseminate. 
Dis-sen'sion, 71. strife, discord, quarrel, ooSoo 

OjJc8Soo883c85,OoSoSc85c§c85a08,OoS 0500800 

Dis-sent', v. i. to differ in opinion, disagree, 
oo8ooS8o88,^SooSooo8o88; to refuso assent, 
oooj^Sc8S,ooooi^c8ic6c8ib; to leave an es- 
tablished church, ooo580oo^oo^ojpcgiaJl 
ogio&ogSoocoSooiSioiip^lSb. , n. dis- 
agreement. See Dissent, v, t. 

Dis're-specffal, a. wanting in' respect, irncivil, i Dis-sent'er, n. yiooiooa58^SaDSo2^cgio:n<^i 00 

001 9ooocgtc8jSoo^,ooioo«»ioo^coo1 . 
Dis-robe', v. t. to undress, divest of clothing, 

ajPc8ing5ooSojooSo88, ooSooooioo«b. 
D»-rup'tion, n. the act of rending asunder, 

a rent, a breach, ooS8So8,ooSoop*58,ooSoo5. 
Di§-8at'i8-fac'tion, n. discontent, displeasure, 

<io,wolf; ffirl,rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 3 as z;x as gz; n as in linger. 

Dis-sen^tient (-sen'shent), a. disagreeing, dis- 
senting, O08OO08o88,ODlOOOO0O1^c8lc8c6lb. 

, n. See Dissentient, a. 

Dis'ser-ta'tion, w. an essay, a discourse, ooSc^8 
ig)c8^ooSoo9S,ooSo3c8i(jjlc8pooS 009^05 0^1. 

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Dis-serve', v. t. to fail to serve, injure, harm, 

Dis-8erv'i9e, n. injury, harm. See Dissebve. 
DiB-BerVi9e-a-ble, a. unserviceable, harmful, 

oolOOttioosSioDSoocxgis, coioocxgigoosSi, co 

Dis-sev'er, v. t. to sunder, separate, sever, 

disunite, cSo^^ot, viodoi, dbios, c^^<»i,qi 

Dis-sim'i-lar, a. unlike, different, heterogene- 
ous, ooo8oS8c8S,c8idSc85. 

Dis-sim'i-lar'i-ty, n. unlikeness, difference, dis- 
similitude, OD^0098988c85,OO^c8ldSc85. 

Dis'si-mil'i-tude, n. want of resemblance, un- 
likeness, oo^oo8oo(^Sooo^ooo^ioo98o8ic85, 
oo^ooop^oo8iooo8o88c8S. See Dissimil^bi- 


Dis-sim'u-la'tion, w. pretense, hypocrisy, ooS 
c8ooS,ooSo5«ioooD8. See Dissemble, 

Dis'si-pate, v. t. to scatter so as to be lost, qx 
o^S §8 ogS, «i § «i g1 ngS ; to squander, 
waste, «ioDiScgS,Qic8i«So§5,Qioo1»So§S ; 

the mind, «iooScoo)oa8,«ioooiSoo<xj)ii 

cx>8,«ioDoj5oooD8. , V. f. to disperse, 

disappear, vanish, cDl«SogS,oo(jjlcx>iicDp. 

Dis'si-pat-ed, a. dissolute, idle, luxurious, o38 
oDojBoocSic&^oDojiobjSoocS, ^Sooib CO! mS 

Dis'8i-pa'tion,w.See Dissipate and Dissipated. 
Dis-so'cia-ble, a. incongruous, ill-assorted, oo 

oo{5c8588?oo^. See Dissocial. 
Dis-so'cial (-so'shal), n. unsocial, oo^^Sj^cSS 

Dis-Bo'ci-ate (-shi'at), v.t. to separate, disunite, 
part, <»ic6i^^,ooi^8oB|Sq2Sc8S,oo(18^c8S. 

Dis^so-lu-ble, a. that may be turned to liquid, 
ooioo<^dB^o6o^, oOiOQiy^cS^o^; that 
may be disorganized or broken to pieces, 
00^888Od^c8i^c8io902Sc8icx) ob o^ ; that 
may be loosed, ooiooo^dBio^. 

Dis'so-lute, a. dissipated, licentious, lewd, 
wanton, m^m^SHCoSmo^coSxoAi^pQoajx 

C^pOOcS, ^2^fScOlb0OlOO^O3^80O^aDtt^O3^ 

Dis'so-lQte-ness, n. debauchery, dissipation. 
See Dissolute. 

DTs'so-lu'tion, n. liquefaction, coScb<BScOfO:>% 
yScS^b; decomposition, ooSoofcBioocjcSv 
cx>c6,ooSo3^c8i^Sc8\§S; death, ooSoS. 

Dis-solVa-ble, a. See Dissoluble, 

Dis-golve' (diz-zolV), v. i. to melt, §Sc8p,<^ 
dB^oocoj; to break up or come to an end 
by a dissolution of parts, cSicoo^ScBiodo^ 

cgS,c8i^Sc8i§Sog5. , v. t. to melt, U- 

quify, Qi^Sc8^,«i{^c8^o3S8jo6; to break 
to pieces or destroy by separation of 
parts, disorganize, »ic8icocgSc8icocbcgS, 
Qic8i^Sc8i§So§S ; to loose, disunite, ^ 
c8iogS,(»ic8i9^ogS; to clear, solve, oioji 
oo^o6c&8D8«)8,viioo^o8^opioD^;to dissolve 
an assembly, dismiss, terminate, «io088v 

Dis-solv'ent, n. a menstruam, o^oood^ooiooqi 
dBog8o9^^G8^oo^oc8^. See Solvent, n. 

Dis-sua'sion' (dis-swa'zhun), n. Soe Dissuade. 

Dis'so-nant, a. discordant, harsh, inharmoni- 
ous, OO^QD8880902^00lOOd8pOO€2c8Soo889. 

Dis-suade^ (dis-swad'), v.t to exhort against, 
dehort, o8^opid8op\y\So880oo2oo«io:>S6o5v 
Sgioooi; to render averse, bias, ooi^80d^ 

00098, W1008^00|S00098. 

Dis-sua'sive (-swa'siv), a. dehortatory, ooi» 

Dis-syl'la-ble, n. ooSooc8ic8p880oooi©«>i. 

Dis'stafif, n. ^^a^A. 

Dis-tain\ n. to discolor, stain. See Stain. 

Dis'tan9e, n. space between, interval, ooo5i, 
oo8if i,ooooi^eiio5i(o6o&io62i) ; space of 
time, oo<AS,ooo5Soo8S,oofiolo&S ; reserve,. 
oo^oSoo^ooo98,oo^oSoooiooo38, ooWioooor 

oooiol. , V. t. to outstrip, outrun,. 

surpass, cbio9ooicgS,cbicooSng5, cbiooo^ 

Dis^tant, a. separate, gB|5oo8i; remote in 

a,e,i»6.u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, list, f§ll, wh§t; thfere, vjil, tSrm; pique; d6ne, fto^ 

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placei far, not near, ooooi{S©iio5i,o8o5i; 
remote in time, c^6, coSc^S, obsobg ; re- 
served in manners, modest, shy, coi oo 


Dis-taste', n. aversion of taste, disrelish, ooS 
o9&^; dislike, oo^oooo^oDi,oo^o9sd|S88; dis- 
gust, loathing, ooSoDSoopo^i. , v. t. 

See Distaste, n. 

Dis-taste'ful, a. nauseous, loathsome, 001 o c6^ 
oD5^,<fi^oogS; displeasing to the feelings, 
offensive, coioooood^oocx)8. 

Dis-tem'per, n. disease, malady, sickness, dis- 
order, oo^«)),oo^a28oo^a>1;oft8oo^^OD^2X)8 

Dia-tem'pered, p. p. and a. diseased, oo^ooS 
cd),g8^S8oo^oo1 ; disordered in intellect, 
deranged, ooioooos; perturbed in mind, 
oagJ^i^l^, 0080^8^1, oooSpoiSooonS ; disaf- 
fected, ruffled, gB^88oo^c2^o^j5o38031. 

Dis-tend', v.*. to stretch apart, (rare), ooooScS^, 
c88aD@1c8^,o^c8Sc8^, oDoo^cSJS, a^toDOd|S 
e8^;to stretch in all directions, swell, di- 
late, expand, cx>8c8^,QioDQlc8^,«io8cbS 

c8^. , V* i. to become expanded or 

inflated, swell, aDSd9^,oo8o9o8d9^. 

Dis-ten'si-ble, Dis-ten'sive, a. capable of be- 
ing distended. See Distend. 

Dis-ten'tion, Dis-ten'sion (-ten' shun), n. See 

Dis'tich (dis'tik), n. <x>]co^o^SS»oothc^x ; a 
couplet, a couple of verses. 

Dis-tiU', v.i. to fall in drops, drop, cSi8,^ic8t 
co^; to flow gently, cgic8ibi8^5^8^5. 

, V. t. to let fall in drops, <^8c8i8i,«i 

c8i8i; ^to distill liquor, 8oS8,8o588i 

Qi8i; to distill water,^rectify,tfi8vi8^c6i. 

Dis'til-la'tion, w. See Distill. 

Dis-tlll'er, n. yiooi 0080080001. 

Dis-tai'er-y, n. 8oo8ooc8S. 

Dis-tinct', a.different,individual,c8ad8; distin- 
guished, c8idS, c8ic8^c8idSc85oooo8fSfS; 
separated so as not to be confounded, 
ooe8c8St)^Sooo38; not confused, plain. 

clear, obvious, (g)b. 

Dis-tinc'tion, n. the act of making a differ- 
ence or of distinguishing, discrimina- 
tion, ooS««^^c8id8ooS,ooSoSc8ic8ooS ; the 
act of noting or marking a difference, 
division, ooS «i^^ooSo^^c8ic8oo9Sooc%i ; 
eminence, superiority, rank, ooSooc8S 

Dis-tinc'tive, a. peculiar, characteristic, 00^ 


ooS; as, distinctive habits or traits, ooco 

G68,OOeOO^^,Oo8lOd c8, OD^ ^8 %t OO^OO Of ^ 00 


Dis-tinct'ness, w. plainness, clearness, ooScjO 
8^biobi. See Distinct. 

Dis-tu/guish (-ting'gwish),r.<. to know or as- 
certain difference, discriminate, ^io80DiS 
^ooSooooi; to mark difference, discern, 
«8|^ooSc8id8ooooi,cgS^^ooSc8i88ooooi : to 
separate by some niark of honor or 
preference, honor, oo^o|pc8ia8ooSaaoS. 

Dis-tin'guish-a'blo, a. discernable, odtoooScSi 
op,ooiuogS<g)oD; remarkable, @i8«i^^g8i. 

Dis-tin'guished, a. remarkable, famous, illus- 
trious, c8id8,ajc8^0D)c5i,cgl.-^iaS. 

Dis-tOrt', V. t, to twist out of shape, o&5,od65, 
oic2^oioj,ooin9^ooiojj,oDooi|So3 8: as, to 
distort the features, oiSoo5oooo8,65ooioo 
008,001 65 00008 ; to wrest from their true 
meaning, pervert, ooc8nojSoi,ooc8i9ia:>i. 

Di8-t6rt'ed, a. twisted, crooked. op^o&5,c^S^ii , 
c^^l^c^^^iijC^^^^c^^^S. SeeDisTOET. 

Dis-t6r'tion, n. crookedness, perversion, cr^S 
oj{So65ojpoo5, ooSop^o6Sno^c8S, oo^c^^§, 

Dis-tract', v. *. to draw toward various points, 
divide, a28§§1oo^ajo5iajgi,a28c8i<^Sc8io8 
ooSsjo6i8jgi;tothrow into confusion by 
a multiphcity of objects, confound, 
harass, o^oo^o^oigS^cS c8S oo 00800 oo8 88 
oj^oooo^wioo^tooii; to disorder the in- 
tellect, craze, derange, «io^88ioo8,«i^|S 


do, W9lf;furl,rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; xas gz; n as in linger. 

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Dis-tr .c'tion, n. perplexity, disorder, tumult, 
madnesB, derangement.See Distbact. 

Dis-tract'ive, a. distracting. See Distract. 

Dis-train', v. t. to seize for debt, oSacoBooSS 

Dis-tr a int', n. See Distrain. 

Dis-tress', v. t. to affect with pain, pain, afflict, 

the act of disjoining, ooS«ic8i<^Sc8ioio3S, 
ooSi^gcSigJSooS; breach of concord, con- 
tention, oo^yioosSioo^c^cSS, QlOOsSlOO^Oj) 
ooS8s; Fig. ooS8oj^o«cooiic8p©i. 
DiVu-nite', v. t. to divide, dissever, disjoin, «i 
c8iog,«ic8i^Sc8iot, «i§§1, «ic8i 5^ ; to 
alienate, qicosSioo^gB^oj^cSjSSs. 
«\oo),ij8sol ; to make unhappy, trouble, I Dis-use' (dis-yfiz'), v. t, to cease to use, oo«i 
grieve, Qi§j5«ioD5,QicBS«i8i,t^8rBij«i. I 001100^,000^001100^: to disaccustom, «i 

, n. pain, suffering, anguish, ooSsjg ' co88iooo(jSoocoS,«ioo88io5S^§S«ib, gSogS 

oD^aol, ooSojoo^c^^; trouble, misfortune, 1 ooojSooooS. 

adversity, misery, ooScBSooS8i,ooSf8oDSi, j Dis-use (dis-yus'), n. cessation of use, desue- 


Dis-trib'ute (dis-trib'yat), v. t, to deal out, 
dispense, ^loo^; to divide, ^i«8; to divide 
into shares, apportion, allot, ogjS^io8. 

Dis'tri-bfi'tion, n. apportionment, allotment, 
share. See Distribute. 

Dis-trlb'u-tive, a. serving to divide and assign, 
ooioo^ioo^ooS, ooioo^io8o5{5b ; Gram, ooi 
00(^1 (gldSpooSfios; as, a distributive ad- 
jective, 000l06Sc0100Ql^^c8^00^^l<»8,So^Ol 

Dis'trict, n. division, province, region, cfiS«8 

8p03^00S^lO8d9lC»0D8 ^ 05l i gl 00 OJ^ §8 00 

oj^,88obooo2^8iooiog^ojoooioioo^ b ^^ cB8 
bo3i district. 

Dis-trust^, V. t. to discredit, disbelieve, mis- 
trust, suspect, 00^5. , n. mistrust, 

suspicion, 00^03^6. 

Dis-trust'ful, a. apt to distrust, suspicious, 
mistrustful, ^^^oof Soo^ ,ooc8^ao^ ,00 1 00 

Di8-tArV,t;. t. to stir up, agitate, «io8,«iodooi 
c8^,«iqdB^, «is^8d§80DS: to disquiet, mo- 
lest, perplex, «iaj8«ibiooS, QioDooidB^; 
to annoy, ruffle, wiooSooSooS ; to inter- 
rupt the regular order of, qicBqiooooS 
ooScbiooSnyiooS J 00^0803^ «iooSooc8Sooo^. 

Di8-tArVan§e, w.tumult,agitation, confusion, 
commotion. See Disturb. 

Dis-un'ion (dis-yun'yiin), n. separation, dis- 
junction, ooSc8io8,ooSc8i<jSc8ie8,oDSc8i<j{5; 

tude, ooSooQiooii,oo^oooj^cou. 
Ditch, w.— for water, a trench, ooo^i; 

for defence, a moat, a fosse, ooSo^i. 
Dif to, (contraction, do), n. the same thing, 

ooSSo88.ooS5o88o88 , adv. also, in the 

same manner, ^ ^cS8,So88o88. 
Dit'ty, n. a song, a sonnet, oologiooo^Sojiioo 


Di'u-ret'ic, a. oooS^oo^oo. 
Di-flr'nal, a. relating to the day, ooScDs^i; as, 
diurnal heat, <^S^iooooSc8S; daily, cB8^ab8, 


Dl-viir'i-cate, v. i. to part into two branches, 
fork, ODlTO@1old9pb,o:JlcfiaDndBpb. 

Di-var'i-ca'tion, n. See Divaricate. 

Dive', V. f. to descend or plung into water, 
0J106.— Dive into (a subject or work), 
to be thoroughly engagd in, §5«ia>Sooi 


Di-verge', v. i. to deviate gradually from a 
given course or line, oo^cSp, oDoolgl 
dB^jQioooDssgloDl.oDjl 031,005)0), oo^d). 

Di-ver'gent, a. deviating from a given line, or 
direction, co@n9),i>oD)@1. See Diverge. 

Di'vcrs (dfverz), a. several, sundry, ooi ^Soooi, 

• o r 

Di-verse', a. different, dissimilar, unlike, c8i 

d8,oooiop,oo5io^,c8ic8Sc8idS ; singularly 

different, c8ioo8. 

Di-vcr'si-fy, v. t. to make diverse or various, 

variegate, ^8c8i88, Qic8ic8^Qic8idSa)^. 

i»e,i^6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, la8t»£4U» what; there, vgil,term; pique; done, f6r, 

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Di-ver'sion, n. the act of turning aside, ooSco^ 
coox ; amusement, pastime* play, sport, 
ooScSSc^. See Divert. 

Di-ver'8i-ty,n.unlikene88,variety.See Diverse. 

Di-vert', v. t. to turn aside, «^c^«§5,q«c^og5, 
QO^oooi; to please, amuse, entertain, i^x 

Di-vest', V. t. to strip, as of arms, clothes &c. 
o5c8iogSooS,c8^cSiflg5ooS,a5^c8io§SooS; to 
take away from, ocj8d9^o§5,o5gc8j5og5. 

Di-vlde', V. i. to part, sunder, separate, c8x 
e8. , v.t. to part, «i«38,«ic8io8; to se- 
parate into parts, c8c^{5o8,ojoj^o8,qic8i 
gc8i§1; to make a division between, ^i 
0800^901, oScSisSoo^ooooi ; to disunite, 
«ic8if^G8id8,Qic8i9^; to part into shares, 
03^^108; to distribute, deal out» share, f i 
og^; Arith. ^i,^io8; as, to divide by 4, 
^io8oDi 9. 

DiVi-dend, w, a share, ooS^io8^Sb; a number 
to be divided, oDS6Sc»ioooo^ooS^io8b. 

Di-vld'ers, n. compasses, oj^pojS.* 

Div'i-na'tion, n. ooS^5oDSooS,ooSe8oDS. 

Di-vine', a. pertaining to the deity, OD{St30888 
cgi; partaking of the nature of God, oo{5 
»888cgioo^ooiS ; godlike, heavenly, c8i 
oSooi cgi; excellent in the highest degree, 

flS^88ooS§io5S§V , V. t. to foresee, 

foreknow, predict, presage, ^SooSoo^ooS, 
<»803^§yioo^oo^oooo88. , fi. B, minis- 
ter, a clergyman, oo6[^a>ioo«ic8^SoiSoSi 

Di-vln'er,w. a seer, c^icoiooQioo^fSoo^oo^oooi. 

Di-vin'i-ty, n.the being or nature of God, dei- 
ty, godhead, ooSooioooScgi; God, the Dei- 
ty, the Supreme Being, cgi; a false god, 
oD©S; a celestial being, ^SaOS; theology, 

Dhvis'i-bil'i-ty, n. See Divisible. 

Di-vis'i-ble, a. that may be divided, ooiooc8i 
o8c^, 00100 c8i<jSggnoD,ODi 00 cSig^c^. 

D(-vis'ion (-vTzh'un), n. a being divided, ooS 
ci8io8,oo^iijSc8io8,(X)Sc8igc8ig1; the act 

of dividing, o9^qic8i<^c8io8; that which 
divides, a partition, oo^(X)iooqic8i^^c8i 
e«(X)^,oo^coioof 10800^; the part separated, 
compartment, section, oo^coioooDjSoo^fi 
<»8oo«oi,oo^fio8ooooi; a separate body of 
men, <^ioo^,yioo^f io8oooD8oo<2,yioof i ; a 
part or portion, a share, 09^00^1,03025, 
09^,008; disunion, discord, variance, ooS 

Di-vi'sor, w. ooS^ao8ooS; in Arith. 088. 

Di-vor9e', v. t. to part husband and wife, o5 
q^,oS»^J)oSq^oi>oSqSc8Soqo38; to disu- 
nite, sever, sunder, Qic8io8c8Sdooo8 , 

n. a divorce,legal separation of hus- 
band and wife, ooSoSwS. 

Di-v6r§e'ment, n. oo^oSJ^. 

Di-vulge', reveal, disclose, impart, o5 
(gldB^ooSjcS^cgldB^ooS; to publwh, pro- 
claim, i^so^cS^odIgSioo^* 

Diz'€n, t^.^.to dress gaudily, overdress, douoii 
oo«fi^o3g^^o9gio^^^oMi8. See Bedizen. 

Diz'zy, a. giddy, Q8C2»8^a)02ioo^i>* 

DiVzi-ness, n. giddiness, vertigo, ^Sd8C2,8^oo 

Do (doo), V. t. to perform, execute, make, (in 
various ways), i»\, 68ooS«iooS. See j8i. 
J o: e; to produce, effect, i^8(^€8^o9^,q^8G8^ 
c8^oo^; to finish, accomplish, (used chief- 
ly in the participle done),«i6i»i(^; to de- 
ceive, c8^S,c^^^S. jV.i. to act or be- 
have, Qi,d8b»ib;to fare, «ioood8; as, how 
do you do? ^«icfe<J);to suit, answer a pur- 
pose, 9ib,oo^b,OD^oodi8; as, that will do, 
oo^o5,oi*o5,oo^c8S^i;doyougo? oS^cbitfl; 
do go, cbioocyS. — Do away with, to put 
away, remove, ^ogSooS,o5o§Soo^,QioDl«S 
o65ooS. — Do with, to use, employ, ojo9S, 
«i88; as, do it with a knife, Q1888; to have 
to do with, deal with, oioo^tx)8,«ioo^o2S. 

Do9'ile, a. easily taught, teachable, ^SoiSgS, 
»ic8^^b^; easily disciplined, tractable, 

Do-511'i-ty, n. teachableness. See Docile. 

do,W9lf; farl,nide, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sk; g as j; g as in get; 3 as z;s asgz; n as in linger. 

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D5ck» V, t. to out shorty curtaily clip, c^K^Sijp 
<5i,8pc^^{5:8i; to place in dock, oScoS 
CD1 dock 00^1. f n.the tail of an ani- 
mal cut short, ^^S^ooijS; a deep trench for 
shipping, a basin, ooc8S<^oo5^8icoc88i. 

Dock'et, n. a bill tied to goods, a label, o55 

Dock'yard, n. oo^ooc8^^ooS§So9c8oooDiioofS^ 

Doc'tor, n. a teacher of any art or science, 
O9c^coiooo8^c8c8c8ap^o2^ oo^ cot oo oi qi ; 
one who has received the highest de- 
gree in a faculty, yiooioof^^oo^ooQiodOD^ 
001^1000^; a physician, oooS^odcjJS. , 

V. t. O0^OD0S^|i^8G8000S^, O^^OO^COl, 6^00^ 


Doc'tor-ate, w. the degree of a doctor, yiooi 
odSsi^oo^oo Qi 00 09^ 001 00 oS ^\ o^. See 
Degree, last def. 

Doc'tor-ship, n. (rare). See Dogtoeatb. 

Doc'tress, n. cooo^odc^^^^. 

Doc'tri-nal, a. oo^iDt8too^o8|So;id8opi. 

Doc'triney n. the act of teaching, instruction, 
discipline, ooo8^ooSd8 ooS ; a principle 
taught) a dogma, a tenet, oo^oS^oo^cS. 

Doc'u-ment, w. a precept, ooS»ic85,ooSo8^opi 
d8ojiooSoo8ooo65; any paper or thing fur- 
nishing proof or evidence, o5Saiioj^,*c65 
o^^oocDt, Soisoo^oooSsoiSc^gcglcSSoo^ooo^. 

Do-dec'a-goui n. (8i?8<k>8^), oo^88iGQ^88oofi^ 

Dodge, V. t. to evade, avoid, o3^,o?pogS,oj8oooi 

cgS;to dodge about, 0289181; to dodge 

the question, quibble, oDdBio^lSoDt^sco^. 
Doe, n. coxix^Vi. 
Doff, V. t. to take off, strip, undress, c^^ c8i 

c68,c8|Sc8iogS; as, to doff the hat, c8^ 

Dog, n. tibe animal, og^; a superior kind for 

hunting, hound, og^8i^»ogpoDGgog^coc^; 

gone to the dogs, Fig. co|5ooSc088ib. 

, v.*. to follow closely, hunt,ojingS 


Dog-days, w. |ioo<5^ooiccno^ic6oj8ooaDo>iSoiS 

0D1 •8ooo|Sooi^oo8j5o6909^i . 
Doge, w/9^|Scfi^Sooo8Sd88^. 
Dog-fish', w. gopcoSoj^S^t. 
Dog'ged, »• surly, obstinate, sullen, sulky, 001 

Dog'ged-ness, n. sullenness, moroseness, coS 

D6g'ger-el, n. ocJlooioooo^oop,ooioooooio»)oo> 


Dog'gish, a. co^coiog|S,§og^odo^^ooooS,oD8<2^, 

Dog'ma, n. oo^o8^^d8ooo&^. See Doctbine. 
Dog-mat'ic, Dog-mat'ic-al, a. pertaining to a 

dogma, OD^80888oo^o8^ 00^ 08 ; positive, 

dictatorial, oDioooooBioiScocSiajjiiooS. 
Dog'ma-tist, n. a dogmatizer, yiooioo^^c]]^ 

dB^ooS mS oiSo:jjiio:jjn. 
Dog'ma-tism, n. See Dogmatize. 
Dog'ma-tize, v. t. ^^<jjlo8^ooSoiSoiSoqp|iio^ii. 
Dog'star, n. Sirius, i^ooi^,cx)^oo(]||i^ooSi. 
Dog'tooth, n. an eye tooth, ogpi. 
Dog'-trot, n. og^oo^^8d§8,€b8QB8. 
Do'ings, n.plur. things done, o>S^8ooS«iooS,*^ 

Dole, V. t. to distribute, ^ioo^odS,od8cx)^io5^ 

00^,OI28dB^C0^00^88l00^8Sl. , w. a 

part, a share, oo^oo^iSi ; that which is 

given in charity, alms, o9^co^od8oo^ioo^. 

Dole'ful, a. piteous, rueful, sad, woeful, oo^tjos 

8802^0^80980^800^009^, ^1800^00^ 09800^1. 

Doll. n. 00^818,9^^100^0081000002^. 
DoHar, n.(8jco^)966od]ooooo9S,obo88da>8ooc^^. 
DoFor, n. pain, grief, distress, oo^oj^o^ods 

0^8, 00^O2^cS^0088l. 

DoVor-ous, a. sorrowful, dismal, painful. See 

Dolt, n. a blockhead, a numskull, a dunce, 


Dolt'ish, a. stupid, dolt-like, oo^o2^oo^oo8oo 

g8|S ,001 oo(»ic8oo^ooo^ . 
Dolt'ish-ness, n. stupidity. See Doltish. 
Do-main', n. dominion, c8^S; territory, cBSoo 

i^,e,i,o,u,y»loiig; a,e,!|5,ii,y, short; cAre« far. last, f§ll, what; th^re, Y§il,tSrm; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

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Domei n. a grand buildingi ooi80M5adQDi,o&^ 
oooSooooi ; a cupola, oo^e^sS^oSioSSsoic^ 
osS^ooi^s 8^00088. 

Do-ine»'tiCy a. pertaining to the internal af- 
fairs of one's house, household, cd^cdsSs 
oo5S3c88,3<oo&^oooo^d8oooo^oi; remain- 
ing at home, g§^GBj5oDiooo3^o|Sb|00obi 
eo^^icoscD^; tame, not yfild^c^ycos^co^* 

G^b,01|So&800^00o88,c8891,Of^Ol. &ۥ UOt 

foreign, oood^i3D8S800oicB^oiod^,qo^oo8S8 
ooooc8S. , n. a house-servant, ^ic5|5 


Do-mes'ti-cate, v. t. to accustom to remain at 
home, qi^§Sooo98cx)iooo3q8^ooio5^, f^zch 
dBpooo^^oooo^ ocn 00 CO (Q^ b 001 06^ ^x ; to 
tame, qic^I. 

Do-mes'ti-ca'tion, w. See Domesticate. 

Dom'i-jile, n. a permanent residence, an 

abode, a mansion, o5f. ,t;.<.to esta- 

bUsh in a permanent residence, domici- 
liate, q^8G8^q^8d3ooio5^o9y^ooi^. 

Dom'i-nange, D6m'i-nan-5y, n. predominance, 
authority, oo8poo8p,ooi(»oioopooS. 

Dom'i-nant, a. predominant, ruling, 031 oooioo^. 

Dom'i-nate, v. t. to predominate over, rule, 
govern, oioo^. 

Dom'i-na'tion, n. dominion, rule, ooSoaoo^ooS. 

Dom'i-neer', v. i. to rule arbitrarily, tfis^^^i 
8800S ; to be overbearing or haughty, 
bluster, oScx)Soocq8,oS(^ooo98. 

Do-min'ic-al, a. noting the Lord's day, Sun- 
day, OO^eX>l88aDi>^OD^£800|l. 

Do-min'ion(-min'yun),'W. sovereign authority, 
0100^00^0080081,00^0109^00^, 00^0080381; 
the territory under a government, c8^S* 

Dom'i-no, n. 8^^^00000^^, 8O08c8g8^88oo8P^^ 

Don, V. t. to put on, dress in, ooSoo^,ooS»ioj(i8. 

Do'nate, v, t. to give, grant, od^o:j)18. 

Do-na'tion, n. a gift, a grant, ooSa3|5ajji8-, 

, a. 00^8088800^0(^0^|8. 

Don'a-tive, n. a gift, a gratuity, a present, coS 

cj^oocBoDcSooS. ,a. See DoNATioK. 

Do-na'tor, n. a giver. See Donob. 

D5n'key, n. an ass, a jackass, odo^^cSi. 

Do'nor, n. a benefactor, yxcoiooDD^ajjisoo^. 

Doom, V. t. to condemn, i^^|^^ooS,i^g8|So(^ 

oo^b8C08. , n. condemnation, penal 

decree, oo^^^^o9^ooHb80D8,ooU^^^QoS; 
the state to Y^hich one is doomed, penal- 
ty, punishment, retribution, coS oj^^oo^ 
oo^ooioo^b8oo8oofS; ruin, 00^00^008(28008 
81; fate, destiny, oD^c6&c68S,oo^ooo^od8^ 

Dooms-day, n. ^icx>icgia34^^j5o6SogSo88^. 

Door, w. the gate of a house, entrance, portal, 
@i»^@»c:^en ; the door is shut, ^i gB^ 
oo8o6Sooo38; open the door, gSscS^^ioo 
cffi] a doorway, b^ooS^dBs. 

D6or'-keep'er,M.a porter, a janitor, 9i88c^eii, 

Do'ri-an, n. the fruit, oj^S^SodJS. 

Do'ri-an, Dor'ic, a. oo^co8yi@#i8ooooo2SoDi(2)ii. 

D6r'mant, a. sleeping, 6b; being at rest, qui- 
escent, (38^01^. 

D6r'mi-tive, n. a medicine to produce sleep, 
a narcotic, an opiate, oocS^ooiooqsSyi. 
^ a. opiate, narcotic, coioti^8oyi. 

Ddr'mi-to-ry, n. a bed-room, oi8coio6coioo^i. 

Ddr'sal, a. oojSe)D8§8oo^od^i,aD^Q0888oo^oo^^; as, 
the dorsal fin of a fish, gg^ooosooioo^^. 

Dose', n. oDoSpooiooocx)^ c8ooc^oa8S. , v. t. 

' to give medicine, q8c6o:>oo^. 

Dot, w. a point or speck, (gi^o58... , v. t. 
to mark with dots or specks, (i>i(j]i^oo8 
00^00^^00 cgi^,€b8(2|i^ooioo^ . 

Dd'tage, n, the childishness of old age, senil- 
ity, ooScSiSoDjSoji ; excessive fondness, 

Do'tal, a. pertaining to a dower, 00^0088800^ 
f^^o5)o9ioo^fc8SS^8^coioo^^^oiooc8. See 


Do'fcard, n. one in his second childhood, yicoi 
ooc8i8 oD^ oji ; one excessivelv fond, yi 

COI OOOb^OO^ rgoO^ €f ^(^^c88. 

4g,wQif;f[irl,r)j;de, ptjsh; ediO. silent; 9<aB«; ^ assh^gas j; g as in get; s assjsas gs; sas in linger. 

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Dote, V. i. to have the intellect impaired by age, 
drivel, c6i8od{5oji; to be excessively fond 
(with on or upon), db^ooScgooS8p|^^oooii. 

Doub'le (diib'l), a. two of a sort, twofold, h 
8,oDii6ic85oooD«5S,ooc55; composed of two 
thin substances placed together by their 
surfaces, oodooi,5odoj|8; twice as much, h 
©8. See J 8ioi. J , e. of two kinds, oo^ods 
SeSoiSoDojS; two in number, oSo^SooiyCO 
c5S; acting a double part, deceitful, oo^ 
od88«o5qioocx>«.— , V. i. to become as 
much again, 0d)dB^de8,8^dBSQ»8; to turn 
back in running, retrace, »Dioo^«njiajc6S 

5. , V. t. to fold, ^,^051; to augment 

by adding as much again, duplicate, ^^ 
od>)c8^l)e8,Qio^o8^5o8; to repeat, giooSs 
ooc^; to sail round a point, cbioo^soo^oo 
^Scfig. , n. See Double, a. 

Doub'le-bar'relled, a. as, a— gun, oQoDc55odB. 

Doiib'le-dearer, n. a trickster, a deceiver, a 
cheat, c^iQiooogsoocxg^ooSjyiooS^ooS. 

Doiib'le-en-ten'dre (doo'bl-ong-tong'dr), n.Fr. 
a double meaning, oo^oocSicaiodd3^S8oo 

Doiib'le-mind'ed, a. vacillating, unsettled, wa- 
vering, OD808^9([J1^,OD808|SdQl. 

Doublet, n. a vest, cSoSoj^S^SoooDopS; two, a 

pair, a couple, ooc55,oo^p*,oodB,ooS88Sol. 

Doiib'le-tongued, a. deceitful, c8{588^iooo^,So 

©80oS00088ODc6lO0SS8c^ 0000^5100038. 

Doiib-loon', n. a Spanish coin,(feoo1o2ooa)c^5. 

Doubt, V. i. to be uncertain, hesitate, waver, 
CO898; to distrust, suspect, oo^Booo^oojS. 

, n. hesitation, suspense, ooSod8o8, 

ooSoof 5oooSoo{5 ; uncertainty of condi- 
tion, ooSoo9Sooo^ooc8io6Sc6i«68; fear, sus- 
picion, dread, ooS^ioo^<g8,ooSooooS|^S. 

Doubt'ful, a. uncertain in mind, wavering, 
hesitating, 008^8,00^6000^00^,0100008009 
098; not clear in meaning, equivocal, ob- 
scure, oo8o^oo(g)c8io5^d3i86800^; admit- 
ting of doubt, dubious, questionable, 008 
98ooSooc8S(6p,f SoogjSoo^oocBSoSp, not cer- 

tain or defined, ooc8io5^c8i668oop. 

Doubt'ful-ness, w. dubiousness, ambiguity, un- 
certainty. See Doubtful. 

Doubtless, adv. assuredly, unquestionably, 
. 001 j5, 00^001^; as, he will doubtless go, 

Dough (do), n. cB^ooo8,cB{5o5oofeS. 

Dough'nut, n. cBpooiyi9i6c8iooooo25. 

Dough'ti-ness, n. See Doughty. 

Dough'ty,a.brave, valiant, intrepid, 00^00^ 
00^,^,^0005^, illustrious, noble, eminent, 
00 €01 ooSioj^cS^oo) c8l,G8|5889d^^OoSl • 

Douse, v. 8. to faU suddenly into water, c8to6S 

ajjo6aj5)ood8«B. , V. t. to plunge, dip, 

dowse, souse, ooScBiajoSogloo^ioDcoS. 

Dove, n. cB{5c^S. 

Dove'-cote (duv'k6t),w.a pigeon-house, cfipc^^ 

Dove'tail, v. t. ©8oo«6S^ooS,©8c68^8*ooS. 

Dow'a-ger, w.a widow endowed, ^j^co^oocgsoo 
c8icoi 000100^00^00 ^c8^8^8^So5iS ^1 od 8i 
o^cSi; Queen dowager, |Soi^j5<j^oDb. 

Dow'dy, n. an awkward, ill-dressed woman, 
BSf ^ooioooo^o2oo^oS8oo^ooooi88ooc8i ooS 
oop. , a. See Dowdy, a. 

Dow'dy-ish, a. dowdy, awkward, ill-dressed, 
coioooooo(^5ooc8ioooo8c6iooSc8i«6800p, «i 


Dow'er, w. a gift, ooSo5^oj|'[8; the property 
which a bride brings to her husband, ooS 
^c8^8^8jSooi8Sf ^oo8^ooo^oo^c8i b coi 00^ 
00008 00 801 oDc8S; the property which a 
widow enjoys during life, oo^|c8^8|S8^ 
cDi^^oDboioo^boo8i9|S g3i ; the gift of a 
bridegroom to the bride's parents, m^ix 

OOf 1, •OOlOOC08^88Sg1o9 ^00008^8 8S ^^ 00 ^S 

008S000S; something obtained by gift, en- 
dowment, ooSooioo|Scxj||'[8b. 

DoVer^d, a. 08^88 dower. See Dowbe. 

Dow'er-less, a. oOioooog8|Soo^88 dower. 

Down, n. the fine, soft feathers of birds, c8^ 8^^ 
Goiooo^88oo^Sco8^oo§8, 00^50^8; a large, 
open plain, oo^^^i. jPrep. cdS,coioo6, 

a.e,i>6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,j^, short; oftre, far, I&8t» £(^11, wh^t; thfere, vfiil, tgrm; pique; done, f6r, 

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DRA . 163 

s^odSS. 1 adv. c8i; as, go down, c6ic8i; 

throw down, ogSc8i; on the ground be- 
low, ajcBSooSo; below the horizon; as, the 
snnis down,^Sc8igS;to fall down, as the 
hair, 8^ojc8i(^ic8i§S ; as fruit or branches 
of trees, dBiobS; as a child in walking, c8i 

«6i. , int. (a command), Spc8i,c6i 

cSiooopS; down with, o5c8i,ooSc8i. 

Down'cast, a. ^c8i^8c8ic8,^5c8iod9^. 

Down'fall, n. a falling, ooScSi^SjOo^cSiwSi; 
ruin, destruction, ooSoOsSi. 

Down'hfll, n. a declivity, a descent, a slope, 

Down'rlght, a. direct, oo^SododsodcoS, 91^001 
o^ooooS; open, plain, c8iooSc6i€6«; undis- 
guised, artless, ooioooSQiod oDs^^^^b. 
, adv, straight down, perpendicu- 
larly, ajjoD58c8ic8i;in direct terms,o:j5ig^i. 

Down'ward, a. declivous, ajco58. 

Down'ward, Down'wards, adv. See Down- 
ward, a. 

Down'y, a. covered with down, oSjSSsooajjS 
o3§8, 00 (^Sojs; soothing, calm, quiet, co 

Dow'ry, n. a dower. See Doweb. 

Dox-ol'o-gy, n. oo^c^so^SscS^ogiicgioooDojS. 

Dox'y, w. a mistress, o5^ «1 ; a paramour, a 
prostitute, o5db<j{5. 

Doze, V. i. oo,6oDoi,coaic5Scx)oD5. 

Doz'en. a. twelve, 00060, (oj). 

Doz'y, a. sleepy, drowsy. Snoods. 

Drab, n. a dirty, abandoned woman, a slut, 
a harlot, a strumpet, 85^^ooioocx)iod8i 

ooc8^,»iooic8c8b, 00810000100^. , n. 

a kind of dark woolen cloth, odsodcosoo 
oDojScS^bSsooc^S^a. ,a.darkin col- 
or, ooc^S^i. 

Drdc'ma(drak'ma), n. (g^), the Weight, a Ro- 
man coin, ^^looecSodlooodc^S. See Dbam. 

Draft, V. t to select and detach some from a 
company, ooi c8j5|^Sod^icoi yiSS^Sooo:^); to 
compose and write, i^o65ipc6^; to deline- 
ate, «^(jj)c8^ooSoonj^oo8ioo86bS. , 


n. the selecting and detaching of some^ 
from a company, ooSooic8p|^Soo|iooi 518^ 
^Soooigl; a writing composed, o55ooioooo^ 
ooSif b; a written order for money, a^ 
bill of exchange, oSSocb^j; a delineation, 
a sketch, ooS8iooioooooo{SooSc^s(g1c8pb. 

Drag, V. t. to pull, haul,ojs,og^;to haul along 
the ground, trail, cj«@5oaic8p8^c8i. 

, V. t. to trail, c»^Q^5oDic8j58{5,ooj5 

ogS@Soooo8ooic8^8^; to proceed heavily, 
cbiTOi85yS85§S; as, I dragged myself 
along the whole way, •cgS«g©oo8ooc6^«B 
c8i; to fish with a drag,c^8c8i©i,oj8#i;— 
as an anchor, ^{5odojiooo28od5ooSoo^,c8i^ 
ooojab. , n. a kind of harrow, @S. 

Drag'gle, v.t. to drag in the mud and water, 
drabble, oc^8QSoo^ooioaic8^8^. 

Drag'-net, n* •1,9s. 

Drag'on, n. a fabulous monster, ocSiodioocoioj. 

Drag'on-fly, n. c^5i8Scfi,c8c8oo^. 

Dra-goon', n. oj88odioo880d:»{5oS9i,c6iooioo8^ 
oS9i,Sooc8SQ8pbooo88. , deliv- 
er up to the soldiery, opioS ooq^8jiiooS88 

Odc8|Sc^^OOO^ 00^00^8001000300^ 100^5 00^ 
S00l§^1^000D8G8^b|^, 1^^90^00^8 00 8^; tO 

compel by violence, qioj^qi88ooS. 
Drain, t;. t. to draw oflF water from land, ^^ og\ 
c8icg5o6So88c8p8poD«oc8pb; to exhaust 
gradually, Qiooi5cg5ooSooc8ood8c^ioaooiS. 

, n. a ditch, a trench, oSo^ooi^i^^S 

o88o6oocgicg5oo8V, a covered ditch, a sew- 
er, OoSoQlCOlOo88^GSp0!jJlSoDlOOSoaOD8. 

Drake, n. cB{59{5ooo1. 

Dram, n. the weight ((g{5), ooSojooooojS c6i oo 
oDiSg^ Go; one draught of spirituous 

lig[UOrf 0S8ODg8,0D800(^8. 

Dra'ma,Dra'ma, n. ^8ic8oi,So©8ooSooo88oS ooS 
biooo3^Sj5r^j5oj^^, S8i^8ic^8io3iyiooi^ii 

Dra-mat'ic, Dra-mat'ic-alf a. oo{5oo888 drama,. 
@i8coi drama. 

Dram'a-tist, n* c^iooioogic^cS^^SicSSi. 

Drape, v. t. to adorn with drapery, gioDcoioo^ 

do,W9lf ; f&rliT^de, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; a as z;s as gz; n as in linger. 

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Dra'per, n, yiooioocolooSoSggBiPooo^SooojS. 

Dra'per-y, n. ooSoSsgSjOoSojooSoSiooiooaoooioo 
cbooSooSV, the making of cloth, ooS«i(^ 

Dras'tic,n.3fecf. a purgative, oooo^c^coiooo^oo 
ooloj^b. , a. oonoowiaj^b. 

Draught (draft), n. the act of drawing, as by 
a beast of burden, ooSa^«ooS; the fishes 
taken in a sweep-net, g^cx)iooa^«|^Sboo 
c§«B; the act of drinking, ooScSooS; the 
quantity drunk at once, a drink, ooS c8 
^oocgg; the depth a ship sinks in water, 


Draughts, n. a game, oo^c85(^ft^9ooa3o{S. 

Draw, V. t. to pull, ojs; to pull, as a beast of 
burden, o^SiCg; to drag, o{8@^5; to attract, 
persuade, induce, c^ooScbiooS; to pull 
out, oc^«c8pog5,d6tc8^n§5,oc^ic8^|^S; to 
suck, Q^s^^&s; ^^ inhale, inspire, |05)|S,^8 
&S; to extend in length, lengthen out, yi 
roScB^; to delineate, sketch, form an 
image of, c^sooSooojSooSi; to derive, de- 
duce, receive from, o5«c8^|,S,o5s|^Soji} to 
compose and write, S{5o55S^c6^; to write 
an order for money, c^8o55oc6^f ; to draw 
a bow, ^^cS^fip; to draw water, oi^oo. 
—Draw back, qioji.— Dra w|in, to shrink, 
oDOj^S,ootoooj^S.— Draw near, or nigh, to 
approach, ojgogs.— Draw off, to retire, 
retreat, od^ScSioji, oo^scSioji ; to with- 
draw, ocjsojTb; to flow out of a vessel, «i 
^jgicSiogSodooioDcS^i.— Draw on, to bring 
on, cause, q^sc^cS^.— Draw out, to stretch, 
protract, a^«cg5c8|S,a^«cbSc8^5 to spread 
or lengthen by beating, cSSooogfcSf ^i8 
cbScfifb.— Draw together, to contract, ^% 
q8^ jsc8^^.— Draw up, to draft, compose, 
ft^oSSSf o6V, to put in array, arrange in 
order, n«G8^ooo65boo9Soo9S. 

Drawback, n. money paid back, rebate, •ooi 
oooo^^co^oDolopi; a loss of advantage. 

Drgw'bridge, n. c8io^,Soft8ooS»o8«©Sc6ioDio 


Draw'er, n, a sliding box, c^oe^*. 
Drgw'ers, n.plur. ooS^^oSooioSfeoSooDon. 
Drawling, n. a delineation, a sketch, a picture, 

ooS8icaiyic^8b. See Draw. 
Draw'ing-mas'ter, n. c^iooi 000^800^8109, oocj^ 


Draw'ing-room, w. a parlor, oisoj^^cSSyioo^i. 

oDc8iooS85^i85^i. , n. See Dbayh:!, v.i . 

Drawn, a. and p.p. from Dbaw, which See. 

Dray (dra), n. oj^aoo^ig^oooDo^S. 

Dread, n. great fear, terror, ooS^ioo^<28. See 
o8i. j: «; deep reverence, awe, oo^cgs 
cJ8^ooS8f 8^; an object of fear, ooS@i8<gi 

00^ »c6S. , a. exciting great fear, 

frightful, terrible, terrific, ooiooqi^iqi 
^8ooS,c8i^ic8i<g8, cx)^Sq9i^oooo5. 

Dread'ful, a. frightful, terrible. See DBEAD,a. 

Dread'ful-ness, terribleness, ooSoS^SsooScSi^i 
c8i<j8(»c8S 001 001 ^1 ^1, Qo\ cS^ §8 ooS 00 ^ 

Dread'less, a. without fear, dauntless, intrep- 
id, OOQ8^880oS^10oS<J800^,^OOOjS,^©«b8. 

Dream, r?. thought duringjSleep, ooSoS^; anidle 

fancy, a vagary, ooSdB8^@ooS. , v.i. 

& V. t. to think while asleep, S8S00S; to 
to think idly, dB8^@oD^^ScoSa>^@@. 

Dream'er, w. 00^68^ ooooeS. See o8\. ^cj^: jo. 

Dream'y, a. dream-like, «iooa)85ooo8SooSoQ 
oSg; full of dreams, cSf ^iooiooSo8S. 

Drear, Drear'y, a. dismal, gloomy, comfort- 
less, eS^oDojSc^SjOD^Boof . 

Drear'i-ness, n. dismalness. See Dbeaey. 

Dredge, n. c§c^,oS@So88poooDOf6ooiocgc8^? 

cgSooSoSiooS jioDio6nrj5l , V. U to take 

or gather with a dredge, c§c8^c8pn§5coi 

cgo;^; to sprinkle flour on roasting 

meat, ^{5c8ic8foD^poDiooSQ^oof!(»88f. 

Dreg'gy, a. foul, feculent, €8^88oocx>ooi,(38pit 


fgll, wh9.t; thSre, vgil, t§rm; pique; ddne, fdr. 

i,e,if6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, l&st, 

Digitized by 


DRI 165 DRI 

Dregs, M. sediment, ooS(»oDooi,ooSc8icx>oDi,ooS 

oD^^cflios; Fig. the dregs of society, yi 

Drench, v. t. to soak, saturate, oioo^8poD(g"[5 

0(^8; to saturate with drink, cSopisd o^s 


Dress, r. t. to straighten, align, «ioj)iooS; to 
put in order, a>ob5ooc8iooS ; to put on 
clothes, clothe, attire, oj^ooSoSsooSjO^ooS 
c6tooS;to decorate, deck, adorn, «ao5oDi 
ooo5c8^o38,ojo8»ooSoDioooi; to dress a 
wound^ c§ooS^ic8S. , n. clothes, at- 
tire, habit, ooSoj^ooSoSg ; ornamental ap- 
parel, OoSoDOOlOD(^. 

Dress'er, n. a set of shelves for dishes. See 

Shelf, one who dresses. See Dbess. 
Dress'ing, n. clothes, attire, raiment, ooS oj 

ooSoSs; medicaments, bandages, &c. ooS 

c§opiooS^ic8Soo 8S ; the stuffing of fowls 

&c. ooSobooSc^ooiyioigSooiooSg^ooioooD 

Dress'ing-room, n. 9i8ooc5ijx)8,oi8a)ooioD^oo8. 
Dress'y, a. showy in dress, O3ooioo(^oocx>8,^ 

Dreul, V. t. to drool, drivel, slaver, co^oogS^ 


Drib'ble, r. t. to fall in drops, c8i8i8585 ; to 
slaver, drivel, oolcgSodlo5ic^ic8i. 

Driblet, n. a small bit, ooSoofe88,ooSoD^i8,ooS 
0009^009; a small sum of money, eoobg. 

Drift, V. i. to be driven into heaps by the 
wind, oDo5i0j§^; to float with the cur- 
rent, c8icg,c8icgc8iugi. , w.a heap of 

matter driven together by the wind, ooS 

oo^{5oDiooo5iGj§^b; any thing floating on ! Driv'el(drlv'l), n. slaver, cxncgScx51(^i,odl(^io6. 

the water, ooScoiooc8ic^bcoioo88^,oDS | ,v.i. to slaver, slabber, oolc^ioocoi 

c8icg; impulse, ooSc8^c»8c8ibi; aim, c8i; to be silly, dote, «ioo85ooS<g[S(n 088. 

design, object, oDSoj^ooScg^. i Driv'el-er, Driv'eUer, n. a slaverer, a slab- 

Drift'-wood, n. oj^^ooioocSicgb. berer, yicoioocxJlcgSoolobicgib; a fool, an 

Drill, t.<. to pierce or bore with a drill, <g588C308 idiot, cj)iooioo«ioooo86yiy[Sc»o88. 

^; to train; as, soldiers, o8^cS^pc8o288 Driv'er, n. one who compels anything else to 

coioDSq^8aj80oojSoocoS. , w. an instru- > move, yi«iojfQi88ooS5o6i6gi; a coach- 

ment for boring, 008(38; the training of ; man, yi|^09JSoDa>^. 

soldiers, oo^oS^^^c8o2i8coi cx>^ qt a^s 09 

Drink, v. t. to swallow anything liquid, imbibe, 
gSodSoo, cgS c8i ooS CO ; to take spirituous 
liquors to excess, carouse, spree, cSo^S 
r8oD8; to drink again and again, c8o^c§8, 
c86ic8opi. — Drink in, to absorb, aj8dB|5 
^^oDsogS. — Drink off", or up, to gulp, S^ 
oDiScgS. , n. beverage, ooScS. 

Drink'a-ble, a. potable, mSco-ioSoo. 

Drink'-of fer-ing, n. ooSojSooSoSodioooSooSoooo. 

Drip, V. i. to drop, c8t8ioo(jjif oocgijS. , n. 

- that which falls in drops, ooSc8i8ioo(jji|S. 

Drip'ping, n. gravy, fat, ooSod^ooo8c6i8i. 

Drip'ping-pan, n. a3oii88«D5ooSoo^ooo8. 

Drive, v. i, to be forced along by the wind, or by 
any other force, to be impelled, ocg5,ooS 
dS^cbx] torush,ooSajj^ajjpoo^5; to take a 

ride in a carriage, <i)i8805^ooco{S. , 

V. t. to force along, c8 aj^ cgS ; to impel, 
urge,constrain, 88|5cbi; to drive a team or 
carriage, ?^o?f if^fooD^; to chase, hunt, 
C2i8^; to compel, «iaj^«\88 ; to hurry on, 
QicbiooS^ g; to straiten, distress, qicoSooS 
c3oS,(j^8c8ioDo65c8ioDoo5ooV, as, to drive one 
mad, «io65oo5(^iopi9^c^5oooo<giSb; to car- 
ry on (business), «ioo^o8ooSoDcj)SyS.— Drive 
at, to aim at, strive after, oj^8,cgS8,oocx)8, 
«i8. — Drive away, or oflF, to force to go 
away, c8c8^og5,«ic08ogS,^1ng5 — Drive 
in, as to a snare, c6^g5,8g5.— Drive out, 

to expel, c8c8^og5. ,w.ooSc6i880Daj>p 

0000800103^0300^; a place or road suita- 
ble for driving, 0^ 91031 o88C9jSodoo^oo8S. 

do, wolf ;furl,r)ide, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; $ as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 





Drlz'zle, v. t. to rain very gently, (X>gj5c8ioo^ 
OD^. , n. mist, ooSo3g{5:8a. 

Droll, a. funny, comical, odd, queer, laugha- 
ble, facetious, waggish, cDioowi^iQiooooS 

Droll'er-y, n. buffoonery, fun, comicality, ooS 


Drom'e-da-ry, n. rBiooi0j«oooDoj5. 
Drone, w. a male bee, oo^ol; an idler, a slug- 
gard, yiooaDi^,(^ioooDf^,5^icor^oD^,yia3c^ 

b. , V. i. o5001^00CX>8,<^l00O3S00C^b. 

Dr6n'i8h,a. lazy, indolent, slow, oDip,ooc^. 

DrooU, n. See Dbeul. 

Droop, V. t. to be weak and faint, cSiagSjcSi 

ajn,c8ic8, 081098 ; as plants, cSi^g; 

as the wings, c8iooi, c8io55c8iooi ; 

to grow weak from sorrow, languish, 
pine, O3«c8io§8c8iq9l,a3«c8i^8c8ic8. 

Drop, v. i. to fall in drops, drip, distill, c8i8i ; 
to fall suddenly, as fruit, c8icb5,c8i6bSo3 
^lODCoS; to come to an end, oDooiSogS; 
to drop, as a person or a beast, c8i 

«6ioo^Soood5. ^ make fall in 

drops, «ic8i8ioocjjipoo(gip,q8c8i8ioo<ji^oo 
(jji^; to cease doing, discontinue, ooQicDn 
ooS,^8og5b; to utter slightly, cocBxm^cohz 
8i; to leave, forsake, abandon, dismiss, 
o5ogS,^8og5b; to lower suddenly, let fall, 
«i<gSc8i; to speckle, variegate, oo^S^qji^ 
co^ip^ — Drop astern, to recede be- 
hind a vessel ,Q8pc8i<fe5ooiooSooc8So — 
Dropdown, as a vessel toward the sea, 
c8iooaj8oji^ooc8oDd8.— Drop in, to come 
in unexpectedly for a moment, obopiboo 

o^58i. , w.a liquid drop or globule, 

ooSooo6oocjji^; an ear-drop, ^SS8cx>{5. 

Drops, n. plur. O3co|5ooioq8c8i8ioov{ji^oo^ip ' 
ooiyioocSboo8S. J 

Drop'si-cal, a. cS^SsooScol^oo, «io©cx>toD ooi 00 ' 


Drop'sy, n, 00^00)^806,00^00)00001. 
Drosom'e-ter, n. Si8Sodio©o8ic6oo8S. 
Dross, w. waste, refuse, ooSoo»|5,ooSooc5^. 

Dross'y, a. impure, worthless, g8^oj588ooS 


Drought (drout). Drouth, w. dryness, aridity^ 
aridness, ooSoodB^ ; a season of drouth, 

Drought'y, a. dry from want of rain, arid^ 
oDioocSioob; thirsty, dry, ooSojoo8ooio6. 

Drought'i-ness, n. See Droughty. 

Drdve, n. oop8r8S88S^Sooi(»c6iooS; acrowdof 
people in motion, oi8S^Sooiooc6io^5oo^. 

Drov'er, n. yicoiooc8oo^8f6S8ojoo1ooS(»(5S. 

Drown, v.i. to perish in water, c8io^8oocoioa 

o^ , V. t. to overwhelm in water^ 

submerge, immerse, ^^c8iooio6o^, ojji 
c8icoic6o:j5l; to kill by overwhelming in 
water, ^pc8i3ooDio6org),^|5o^8ooooic6o^1. 

Drowse (drowz),t7. i. to slumber, doze, ©boo 
0^5,03. , M.a slight sleep, ooSoo. 

Drcrws'i-ness, n. sleepiness. ooS8^6od8. 

Drows'y, a. sleepy, dozy, 8f 6oocx>8 ; stupid, 

dull, O0€8^S8OO^O080O800^,CX)8OOUO0^. 

Drub, V. t. to beat, thrash, cudgel, c8Sbcoi^^ 
c8S,c8Sb9ib. ,w. a beating, ooSoiooScSS- 

Drudge, v. t. to work hard, «iooc6|5^, qiooS 
rBSc8S8i8i. , n. a hard and reluct- 
ant worker, c/iooioogiooScBScBS8i8i. 

Drudg'er-y, n. hard labor, ignoble toil, co^i^x 

Drug, n. an ingredient used in compounding 
medicines, ooo5JB8j5,ooo5^ooc8,ooo5f coSSS; 
an unsalable article, ooSo|5ooSoDiooiyioo 
yioo^. , V, t. q^i(Sooo5j5oooDicigSoooi8. 

Drug'gist, n. c^ioDioooo1ooo5^ood8(»8^. 

Dru'id, n. 8icScx>i(2nooio\ob^oo658(»og). 

Drum, n. oi. , t;. t. 8oi,§Soi. 

Drnm'-ma'jor, n. 01008^. 

Drum'stick, n. oiOd^^8. 

Drum'mer, n. yicoioo§Soi. 

Drunk,Driink'en, a. tipsy, intoxicated, inebri- 
ated, ^1001008810681. 008. 3: 00, Fig. sat- 
urated with moisture or liquor, ^i^t» 
See 381. ^j: 91. 

Drunk'ard, w. a sot, an inebriate,, a toper^ 

i«e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cflre, far, l&sty f^U, what; thfire, vgil, tSrin; pique; d6ne» fftr^ 

Digitized by 


DUG 167 

Drunk'#a-ne88, n. intoxication, inebriety, ooS 

Drupe, n. ooioD^oOioooSpSgoo^oocjji^SioooocxjS 

Dry, a. not wet, oood^ 8{5oop; as, dry-shod, 008^ 
oooo^8|5aD^ ; destitute of moisture, arid, 
ooiQooocSoj^cS^; not rainy, iSivo; not jui- 
cy, coiooo6oog8^,«\oooosodc8^o8^; with- 
out tears, ooioo^5o6ooc8i; not giving 
milk, coioo|So6ooc8^.op5b; thirsty, oj^oo 
cx)8COio6; not ornate (as style), plain, bald, 
co^oDsSsoo^ oDc8ioai 0d 00 f S f ^ ; sarcastic, 
shrewd, sharp, c»{5?x)88iooSodc8icx)^j5ooS. 

, V. i. to be free from moisture, 

evaporate wholly, oocfi^b, o^cSISb; to 
dry, as paint, «oc8b,SdBb.— Dry up, as a 

stream, cSioSsb. , v. t. to make free 

from moisture, desiccate, «i«oc8jB, wioj^ 

c8^; to dry over the fire, bSoobSccS; 

by the fire, obj5oo; by the sun, c8oo. 

Dry'ad, n. Myth, a wood nymph, a fairy, an elf, 

Dry'nesB, n. aridity. See Dry. 

DiVad,Du-al'i-ty, n. a union of two, ooSs>oi(^ 
oo^oooicS, oD^oo^SScoe^oS. 

Du'al, a. belonging to two, oope)D888ooSs>oi(^ 

Dub, V. t. to invest with a new dignity or 
rank, entitle, oo^boooioooD^; to strike, 
rub, or dress smooth, dab, 3b8og),og8cxgooS . 

Diib'ber, n. oo^o8rBcoio888ooSS|^ood^oo8S. 

Dub'bing-tooljW. ^oobicoi«ioiiooS«iog|ooSoo8S. 

DiVbious, a. uncertain in mind, doubtful, un- 
settled, aD838; not clear in meaning, 
ambiguous, equivocal, cdioo8o^od<j1oo 
oSoo^; admitting of doubt, questionable, 


8890D80D^tOJ5}OO^G880o6bo8888 j 008C30^OD^. 

Diich'ess, n. duke oo«l, dukeoo^^oDb; a lady 
who has the same sovereignty as a duke, 

Duck, V, i. to- drop the head, bow, stoop, a^s 
c8i8f; to plunge under water for a mo- 
ment, cgioo. ,t;.<.toplunge,dip,8S^ 

cSiogij^^cgioo. , n. a sudden incli- 
nation of the head, ooSsx^scSiS^; a water- 
fowl, c8p3{5o6,c6f3^;^a kind of sail-cloth, 

DilckMegged, a. €8p88oo8{5<f {5Scfi^o^8^ooo88. 

Duck'ling, n. cB^g^S. 

Duct, n. ooSoQ; a water duct, a conduit, 060Q. 

Diic'tile, a. flexible, tractable, pliable, ©S,©Sa> 
that may be drawn into wire, ooioq^sc^ 
c8^<J|io^od; that may be extended by 
beating, caioc8S<^Sc8^0D; tractable, doc- 
ile, yielding, coioo8pnjid8ojic8i|^S^^jS 

Duc'tfle-ness,Duc-til'i-ty, n. See Ductile. 

Dud'der, n. a hawker, a pedler. See Duffer. 

Dud'geon (dtid'jun), n. a small dagger, ^pobK 
88b8ooS; anger, resentment, ooScx>88^. 

Duds, old clothes, oo^ry^ooSoSsoocSSoSiy 
ooS8ooSo5i,ooScx>o^5ooc85; effects, ooSo^ 
eonoocSS. Colloq. 

Due, a. owed, that ought to be paid, ooiooo 
oojSoD^ojio^SioowSSi; that ought to be 
done, becoming, appropriate, fit, ooi» 
@i8«iooSb; that ought to arrive (at a 
certain time), oDic»@i802ioo^b; due 
to, owing to, occasioned by, coiooq^8(^ 

Sph. , n. a debt, o^oowS ; a duty, 

an obligation, ooSooio@i8«i; that which 
is requisite, ooScoioo@i8|Syi. 
oo8o8oo?ooc8Sc8^: not certain or defined, Du'el, w. a conflict between two persons, 00^ 
oocSioo^cSiobs. 1 a8c85oooo8Soi. 

Du'bi-ous-ness, n. doubtfulness, uncertainty, I Du'el-ing, n. single combat. See Duel. 

ooSoD8§8ooc8S. See Dubious. Du'el-ist, w. yioooiooioo(j^8c8Soocx>8880ooioooi. 

Da'cal, a. 00^00888 duke. Du-en'na, n. the chief lady in waiting on the 

Duc'at, n. cSoSlojcSoileooooojS, 00^02880006088 j queen of Spain, rBS©o{5oo^Soi^{5ooooooi 

dOfWolf; furl,r«de, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 9 as z;s asgz; n as in linger* 

Digitized by 





^^ooSpoooi; a governess, c^i^^yScoioo 
oSfojicgS oji85 ^^800^ . 

Duffer, n. a hawker or seller of cheap and 
flashy articles^ yicoiooc6ic08oi8ifidlooS8 
ooSo6icoiooo2pooG8jSoc)looloop; a sham, a 
cheat, yicSooS8,ooSc8ooSoi; a worthless 
fellow, yioo85oo^cD^, 

Dug, n. the teat of a beast, pap, gS,gSooc8^. 

Diike, n. ^«5*oooD025ooio©6p^^oiooS58ioioo 
o8i,ooic^^oo55ooc8SoSo8^, ob8ioi880o8bS 

Dul'^et, a. sweet to the tabte, luscious, oo6f 
oocov, sweet to the ear, melodious, har- 
monious, o3iood8p^S^^. 

Dul'9i-fy,t;. t. to sweeten, q^sc^cfijSooSooiooo^oo 
001 , y 1001 cS^oo^. 

Dur9i-mer, n. a kind of stringed instrument, 

Dull, a. blunt, not keen, oooo^oo{5,c^ib; stupid, 
doltish, obtuse, ooSoj^^oodS^ ; spiritless, 
lifeless, oooSoooDleSb; sluggish, oDjtjoi; 
sleepy, drowsy, 8|56cx>8; obscure, not 
clear, 00 eg) oooSoo^,dl!3ioD(j^; dim, faded, not 
bright, tarnished, c8i?x)8,c8ion,c8i^5,c8S 
o5i8oD8; sad, cheerless, depressing, oj^j5 

00^S03800fS,02^^l038tO1, O^jScSlO^SOOScSl 

c8i; not animating, co^oD888ooSooc8paj8 
c8f bioo^yioos; dull of hearing, ^Sex:)i,^Soo 

001. , V. i. to become blunt, c^ijC^i 

ooojijOownSo^is. , v.^to make blunt, 


Dump'ling, n. cB^^ooooojS. 

DBmps, n. pi. See Dumpish. 

Dilmp'y, a. short and thick, 'oo^eo888oo^c8^ 

Dun, a. of a dark color, swarthy, cSSitibs. 

, V. t. cB8^ir88ooc6i, SoisooS 00 oSseio 


8i8i,«ocBSoji#. , w. one who duns, 

a dunner, ooQSoDeSa^iooooojiecSSrBSSiSi; 

a demand for payment, ooSrB8yirB8ooo5i. 
Diin9e, n. a dullard, a dolt, a numskull, c/iyit, 

yicoi ooooS r>2^ooSoo8ooG8p . 
Dune, n. a sand-hill by the sea, 08^8^. 
Dung, n. manure, ooSo5^,ooSoooo^. , vj. to 

manure with dung, o5§pooSooj5oDiooSo68 

Dun'geon(dun'jun), n. a dark prison, ooS^i 


Dung'hill,«.oDSoo^oo(^^; any mean condition, 
a vile abode,c8^8j5oD^jBoo^i.See o^i. j :<>. 

Du'o-de^'i-mo, n. co^^KhS^co^hcoo^%. 

Du'o-de'num, n. y58oo8fo68oor>2^. 

Dupe, V. t. to deceive, trick, mislead, cSi^Sji 
l^ooS. , w. one who is misled, yicoi 

Dfi'pli-cate, n. a thing which corresponds to 
another, a counterpart, ooSoooDrB8,ooSo 
Oi5o88c8ioc85c85oocx>8; a copy, a tran- 
script, 00^(^88605103^. 

«ic^i,«ic^ioor>2i; to sully, dim, tarnish, 

«ioofooiooS; to stupefy, blunt, wioDoicSi. | DiVpli-cute, t^ double, fold, «iojiooS, «i 
Diil'ness, w. bluntness, stupidity, drowsiness, j a:)^2>6i6o88c8Soocx>8; to make a copy or 

dimness. See Dull. transcript of, «iooooSoo8c8io5odS. 

Du'ly, afZi;. properly ,^5oo@i80ocx)^; at the pro- i Du'pliciVtion, n. a doubling. See Duplicate. 

per time, regularly, ^o©ooc8Soo^. ' Du-pli^'i-ty, n. double-dealing, guile, decep- 

Dumb, a. incapable of speech, 008008,000^^,0^8 tion, ooSQii5oD|5ooS,ooSc8^SooS 

oo8oooo5^i; silent, mute,Q8^c5^,(fi^«Soooo5. 
Dumb'-show, n. pantomime. See Pantomime. 
Diimb'ness, n. muteness, silence. See Dumb. 
Dum'found, v.t. to strike dumb, confuse, qi 

€8|5;^pb,«iQi«f 00008. Colloq. 
Diimp'ish, a. dull, stupid, mopish, oo8ooi,oji^ 

DiVra-bil'i-ty, Du'ra-ble-ness, n. ooSo:gn, ooS 


Du'ra-ble, ^.lasting, permanent, gS^odicS^ 88, 

DiVrauye, n. imprisonment, duress, ooSSioo^ 

ik^ejiiOiUtJiiongi a,e,T,6,u,y, short; c&ret far. l&Bt,f§ll, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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DUT 169 DYS 

Du-ra'tion, n. continuance in time, oo^cS^oo 
odc8S,oo^€8^ooig8|58iooooc8S,ooSoo8i; pow- 
er of continuance, durability, ooScS^ooi 

Dwarf, n. a pigmy, yioo<jf ,(^i8fc5. 1 v. t. 

to stunt, QiootcSi|Qi(diSooo2oo8|SG8^m9i. 
Dwarfish, a. like a dwarf, stunted, pygmy, 

8jSc5,8^ooo58o^8,^oDqJ«,^oDq980Da58; very 

Dii'ress, Du-ress', n. See Durance. I small, diminutive, fi08,oo^toi8ioDS^ODnoi, 

Dur'ingi^^jE?. while, oo«3i^S,ooc8S<|^i; as, (S^©i j c8iodj,c/\8^c5. 

oooi^S,cbiooSoocBS^i; as, during life, oo8i Dwell, t?.i. to abide, reside, G8p,c6^dB8,(3S^c8a*5 
o^yi.^oooo^oooi^S; throughout (in time), | cSiogii; to dwell together, cSjStx^SdBsc^S, 

8 q1; as, during the whole year, 8 ' G8|5cijSdB88S; to be fixed in attention, oo^ 

iS^. ^p.— Dwell on, or upon, to continue long 

Dusk, a. dusky, darkish, s)8c^oj, , n. twi- on a subject, a>c8iooSoo9SoooQi«))c6. 

light, gloaming, ooSs>8c8i,ooSs>80DO{c8i. Dwell'ing, n. abode, habitation, dw^elling- 

Dusk'i-ness, n. oo^osodoj^. place, ooSG8pooc8S,c8pdB8o©c6S. 

Diisk'y, a. obscure, darkish, ©8c»ojj. Dweiring-house, n. c&jSoDioG8SdB8ooioo^i. 

Dust, n. (of different kinds), ooSod^IjOoSod^^, ; Dwell'ing-pla9e, n. ooSGS^ooSdBsoocSS. 

o3Sa>^SoD8,ooSoD^^oD«p,ooSa>^^cx>fe,oDSa> ' Dwin'dle,r.t. to diminish, shrink, waste away, 
^|5oD<j; a low condition, odS^^c8icx>80o c8io58c8i5i,c8io68c6i§- 

cSSood^. ,1?.^. to sprinkle with dust, j Dye, v. <. to color, stain, ^PodS,oj)iooS. , 

5c8iooSa>^pa)§;to wipe, brush, or sweep ' n. a color obtained by dyeing, ^jSgS^cSjS 

away dust from, Q^SogSoo^OD^p. ooSooc^S,a2|iG8pc8pooSooc^S ; a coloring 

Dust'-brush, n. ^^^oS^ooio^ogBooSco^^aD^. liquor, oo^^oooDio^jBcSpdB^ooSooc^S. 

Dfisfc'er, n. a cloth for wiping off dust, oo^ooi ; Dy'er, w. jicDioo^^cSjScS^ooSooc^S, yiooioof^ 
oog8ogSooSoD^^; a dust-brush. See Dust- odScxjjiooS. 
BBUSH. : Dy'ing, a. mortal, ooiooo5c». , n, death, 

Diist'i-ness, n. ooSoo^^ocn. odSod. 

Dust'y, a. clouded with dust, ooSoD^^cfif orfl; \ Dy-nam'ic, Dy.nnm'ic-al, a. pertaining to 
covered with dust, GS^ooiboDiooSoD^^. strength or power, or to dynamics, oo|S 

Dutch, a. oo^cosSscBScSjod^. j co888ooS8oD8i,oo^ex>t§8 dynamics. 

Diitch'man, w. a Hollander, yicSioo^S. Dy-nam'ics, n. sing, the science of moving 

Dtfte-ous, DiVti-ful, a. performing what is forces, physical and moral, (feoo^)oof 

duty, obedient, gjWiooScoioacSioo^c^i; | oo888ooSi^8aj8q8baooS,oopco8 88 0j^^88cx>8}S 

respectful, reverential, cg8<j8^S. ^ cfis; Mus. oDp?x)88tooof6f odS©S9i,s|33od^S 

Dn'ti-ful-ness, n. obedience, reverence, re- ' oSoi,oooDSd8Soo6Soooc>l(»8o©oD8i, 

gpect. See Dutiful. : Dy-na's'tic, a. ooioooo^«D888 dynasty. 

Du'tv, w. that which ought to be done, obli- t\-9 ^ 4, ^ q ^ ^c^c-^c soo * o 
•^' . c /--. c c Dy'nas-ty, n, 8ioicx)ioocoS(SSooS&i88io5i»i. 

oration, 0Ol00lofc)Q18«l, 001CO1OOl«l, OOIQI ^^ , ^^ , ,, i r, .ro v «a 

cfita>^i,8oo2So^x: as, female duties. 85 I>y«'en-tery.«. bloody flux. oMo-,o58.<i>c8xooi 
^Soooj>Soocfii; a religious duty, oo^qiooS j ^P* 

tD88802^a)Sa>lo»S,oDS«ia>^»«88C8t»oDSgi | I>y8-p6p'«y» Dys-pep'si-a, n. indigestion, caS 
c85; an act of reverence. a3i|^8868o>^t308 ' «)loDi0aoSooS(fi^oDS(fiooc^8oopoot8. 

8809Scg8c3^coS;the business of a soldier, ! Dys.pep'tic,Dys.pcp'tic-al,a. cx>pt0888 dyspep- 
<o^0ioo^Qioo^co8S8O288,oo^^ic&ioD^a28 8; I ^y* 

customs, tax, impost, ^cSs* ,03^09^2^. Dys'u-ry, Dys-u'ri-a, n. Med. oo^aflso^oS. 

49, w^lf ;ffirl^V(de, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as b\h g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Each, a. every one of a number, considered 
separately; as, cBioi,cB«6i, cBsoooijS, coobS 
yi,^5^8,oDoi8soDoi. See Apiece. 

Ea'ger, a. ardent, fervent, earnest, zealous, 

Ea'ger-ness, n. ardor, fervor, earnestness, 

avidity, oDSoj{Saj^oo«8j{5. 
Ea'gle(e'gl), n. the bird, c8p@@?; an American 

gold coin, cfiSooo^oDioocSoDlogooooo^S 

Ear'nest-ness, n. ardor. See Earnesti a. 

Eam'ing, w. that which is' deserved by labor^ 
ooS@i8^SooSoo>«ioo^oot8; that which is 
gained by labor, wages, pay, reward, oA 

Ear'-pick, n. fp^^f^oolSoj. 

Ear'-ring, n. ^SosooSs, ^Soirgi; ear-plug, or 
ear-cylinder, ^^cxJ). 

Ear'-shot, n. ooSo5ioopoocB«,ooSa)c8i. 

Ea'gle-eycd, a. sharp-sighted, oDi(»^Sc6^ooS80i 1 Earth, n. the element, c8p8^; the terraque- 

Ear, n. the organ of hearing, jS; the external 
part of that organ, f^oij^Jto^f^o^; a spike 
of corn, o^^io^^i. , t;. f . to form ears. 

ous globe, tfij58^(gi^,c«p8p8o?^^; the 
ground, c8^8po9|58p,tBp8^^i; the worlds 
(B|58^; the things of the world, ooSooidBS 
^??P* ' ^' *• 3(gic8ioDic8p8{5oo5,ooib. 

ascorn,oic8^,^c8^; to give ear, listen, I ^ coitBf8{5oo5 

hearken, cx)^|5,8oo^^ooS; by the ears,oj8 ] Earth' en, a. OD^a)S<fec8{SboDiifi|58^. 


Ear'drop, n. a pendant for the ear, ^SStcD^. 

EarTiole, n. ^S^i. 

Earl, n. dbpoo5Sooo8|5f sqiooodo^S. 

Ear'less, a. ooioo^^oogS^. 

Ear'li-ness, n. See Early. 

Ear'lap, n. ^S^i. 

Earlock, n. f ^oioosooa^^. 

Ear'ly, a, not late, timely, oog8^c8io68, opidB, 

opilj; prior, oodB»jjj,ooio&oS8p. , 

adv. betimes in the morning, 8i8i, 8i 

Earth'li-ness, n. worldliness. See Earthly. 
Earth'ly, a. pertaining to the earth, oo}5oot8t= 

c8|58f ; pertaining to the world, sordid,, 

carnal, co|S«30tS8c8^8^^, od^odsSs ooo&v 

00 top* 
Earth'ly-mind'ed, a. sensual, gross, odssoi^ 

Earth' iy-mind'ed-ness, w.grossness, sensuali- 

ty. See Earthly-minded. 
Earth'qu.ike, n. c8^8po2»,c8{58paj«o». 
Earth'-worm, n. rASc8^8^,c880Dc6S. 

001^001 ; as, to rise early, betimes, or in Earth'y, a. consisting of earth, o^q^SSscS^S^; 

good season, bi8oiooi^8i8i. 

Earn, t;.<. to deserve or merit by labor, @it|^S 
ooSoDioodsoDSgiooSoodB; to gain by labor, 

Ear'nest, a. ardent, eager, fervent, oj^sj^oos 
ajp; intent, fixed, o8c8ic»oo8c5Sti5S,o5c8i 
o&oo8o:j5iQfi,oSc8ioooo8tt5pc2 , w. re- 
ality, ooS |S ^^, ooS 00 yS ooiS, ooS o^i Q ^1 ; 
something given in advance, a pledge, 
a guerdon, 00^09^08911. 

partaking of the earth, sordid, vile, d3^ 
§8c8^8^, 08^ tol t>2S88c8p8p ; relating ta 
earth, oo^t0888c8^8^; resembling earth,. 
worldly, carnal, c6io588t^jS8jS. 

Ear'-wiix, n. fW^. 

Ear'wig, n. ooS8toSoDcx>o^5^|SgSooi^S^i. 

Ear'-wit'ness, n. a hearer, yio^^c8ioooo8coioo^ 

Ease, n. rest, quiet, repose, oo^oS^o^scB^otf); 
relief, comfort, ooScBqS, ooScfig^oji, ooS 

«,a,i,6tU,y,long; a,e,i,o^ii,yf Bbort; cAre, far, list* f^U, what; thSre, veilttSnn; pique; done, ftar^ 

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(fiS^pcSp^Soji; facility, readiness, ooS^, ^ yicSooSooioo^i. 

ooiS^coS^; freedom of manners, style \ Eaves, ^ «S8iSI>,cx>8^SS),o6o^iSo. 

&c.ooS^^Sb,oDSjioiS|SoiSooS8s^jS«iooS ' Eaves'drop-per, n. yioDiooSsoD^^^ojf ooScOioS^ 

cob. yV. <.to relieve, mitigate, quiet, j con,yi8oD^|5|02{5ooS. 

alleviate, wicBg^, (^xS^Sp^Sp; to \ Eaves'-trough (-trawf), w. o68Sc6i. 

slacken, Qi#Sc8i,«ic8iaDoj^S,«ic8ioDQS. ' Ebb, v. i. to recede, flow back, as the tide, 

Ea'sel, n. cx>Soooocg^oDioc^8oDS8icx>iooc8\oo8S. ^ c6c8iopi , «. oScSi. See ebbtide. 

Ea§e'ment, n. odScS^ cS^^cSpjOoSrBgSopi. I Ebb'-tlde, n. the reflux tide, ooc8i. 
Eas'i-ly, adv. without difficulty, readily, ^,g8 j Eb'on-y, n. oD^cx>coia,oDpoicb,oj|5oj. 

oo9^,ooc8^88ooSf8a:)SiaD^. ! E-bri'e-ty, n. ooS^ioSs. See Inebbiety. 

Eas'i-ness, «. ease, relief, ooSrBgSoji; facility, ' Eb'ul-li'tion, n. the operation of boiling, ooS 

ooS^; readiness to comply, flexibility, 
ooSc^ic^ioioocos^; smoothness of mo- 
tion, ooScbiooSmS. 

East, n. the eastern quarter of the heavens, 
ooSaj^ScBpooS, <jSc8{S8b5; the eastern 
parts of the earth, the Orient, r8S^Sc8Soo 
©|5, , a. eastern, easterly, ooi^^c8|5. 

Ea8t'er,w.the Jewish passover, oj^cbioDoB; a 
church festival commemorating the 
resurrection of Christ, ^ooiooq^sco^S^cS^ 

Easf er-ly, East'ern, a. situated in the east. 

oDODScfip; violent boiling, eflfervesence, 
00^03008068^808^ ; the ebullition of pas- 
sion, CX>8dB^,CX)8S^dB^,038^8c8^. 

Ec-gen'tric, Eo-9en'tric-al, a. deviating from 
the centre, i»o^oooD^oopoDSoo8ioo©ip 
cx>8|poo^,oopoDoiboo8^a68, §5; irregu- 
lar, odd, oo8S<^oo^ooo2^oooo^ooa^i; as, an 
eccentric person, c^iooiooojS(»coScSi8S88 
yioioooj^oocx)^; eccentric conduct, 0000^ 

Ec'9en-tri9'i-ty, n. oddity, aoS«i^g|5coS. See 


oriental, ooi<jSd8poo8; pertaining to the i Ec-cle'si-as'tes, n. o55yii|Sc5bicb:8iooS. 

east, 00^20888^^08^008. 

Easf ward, adv. toward the east, oj<^Sc8^oo8. 

Eas'y (ez'y), a. quiet, tranquil, free from pain 
or uneasiness, cBqSoji,c8j5^^g8|5^5oji; 
giving no uneasiness, ooG8^88ooS«io65a)S 
a>p,oo€6p88ooS«irBoojS5 not difficult, facile, 
oocSoo^,^; gentle, ooq^oo q, ^^ ^^ <jS ^5 ; 
compliant, yielding, O2ioo^yioioooo8,gi6 
oooD^5yioioooo8 ; easily satisfied, qo^^q 


Eat, V. f. to partake of food, devour,cB^; to eat 
alone, c8^oo8bSoo8^,c6|Soo(n8i; to cor- 
rode, rust, dB^od^ dB^eol ; to eat one's 
words, to retract, oj8opiooooSoDc8iopb. 

Eat'a-ble, n. that which may be eaten, an 
esculent, oo^oQiocS^o^, 00^ @i8(d^; eata- 
bles, oo^cB^oo^cS. , a. esculent, edi- 
ble, ooioc8^o^,oiooioc8^. 

Eafing-house, n. a restaurant, o5^ooioyiG3^ 

Ec-cle'si-as'tic, Ec-cle^^gi-as'tic-al, a. oo^«088» 

Ec-cle'si-as'tic, n. a clergyman, a priest, yiooi 

Ech'6, n. and v. ooojScBSoo@,5oi8ooWo88,oo^ 

ooojSoS^oodlnji, ooioDojSc8^oDo)opi, ooSoo 

ojSgi88ooSooiyS^ic^o«id8^ooS, (coooooco8). 
E-clair'9ise (e-klar'siz), v. t. to explain, «i8,«i 

E-clair'jisse-ment (e-clar'sis-mong), n. See 


E-clat' (e-kla'), w. show, splendor, ooSoScglcS^ 

Ec-lec'tic, a. ooioojooicSioo, ^ie86So8oo^oo^b. 

, n. i^icoioo^o^oioorxj^Q^caioo^^^ 

0000^00008; as, an eclectic physician, 00 
oS^ooc|pooi ooooBSoo^oo^oSp ooS 08 00 S 00^^ 
t]i2C0i 0005^00^19100^191(^9^00 C^^S8b. 

E-clipse (e-klips'), v. t. to come between, hide, 

dOyWplf; furl,r|ide, pysh; e.t,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; 9 as z\^ asgz; nas in linger. 

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-, V. i. to be ob- 

scured, darkened, g8^oooi,c8iod(j^ 

n. ooSc8jSoo9iooS ; an eclipse of the sun, 
ooScgS^S; an eclipse of the nioon,ooSogS 

E-clip'tic, w. the apparent path of the sun, ^S 
(i)iooSooc^6oofjjlboDiyi OD g8 00^5 cgS 00 oSs 

Ec'logue(ek'log), n. an idyl, a bucolic, odScx>« 
GJSoocoojSooi ^logS oSooo^oDg&^o^ScSSoooos. 

E'co-nom'ic, E'co-nom'ic-al, a. frugal, saving, 
001006^^^8 o?oDSooioo5po«8oo 8S 5 o8« 00^ 
O2ooooi58i|oofeioo9i8soo^ oos 9« odS oo <ji oo 
oio^cSg, 001 oooo^oDo1ooS,ab^8boo^ooS . 

E-c6n'o-mist, n. yiaj^ooSoj,yia6^8boo^oo^oj. 

E-c6n'o-mize, v. i, to expend frugally, oocx)^^ 
0000^0000^, QioDiSeoo^ogSi, ob^GbaD^oo^. 
, V. t. See Economize, v. i. 

E-con'o-my, n. frugality, ooSJ^^^SododSSoSs 

Ec'sta-jy, n. a trance, ooSoo^ooScdiqIS; uncon- 
trollable joy, rapture, odSoj^8Soo88S,odS 

Ec-stat'ic, Ec-stat'ic-al, a. rapturous, trans- 
porting, oaioo(i8oj|58Scx>88S, 9«ooS3od8^ 

Ec'u-men'ic, Ec'u-men'ic-al, a. general, uni- 
versal, oo^oD888yic5^8^8Q8{5cx>o:jioo808. 

Ed'dy, w. a whirlpool, coodos; an eddy of wind, 
ooo6iod68*- , V. i. to move like an ed- 
dy, c8icx>68; as, c6c8io368,odo5ic8iod6«. 

Edge, n. ooSoooo^^; a sharp side, odj^i; a bor- 
der, a margin, cx>^i,oo«dii; sharpness, 
keenness, ooSoo^^,ooSooj5^oo^5; edge of 
the hand, ^ooj^icoi; edge of a declivity, 
margin, brink, ooScSiajoooo jic68 ; to be 
set on edge, as the teeth, &s6, bcx)t35. 

, V. t . to sharpen, w het, nsjjoo^c8|S 

ooS; to put on a border, dBc8|5o:>^oo 
oo^i,c8c8f 00^8^; to incite, exasperate, 

cx>oo{5c8p,dBf bic8^ , V. i. to advance 

gradually, 028oocx)8oo^8oo|So9^8od^800^cx> 

^8; to move sideways, cbiooj^icbioooi. — 

Edge away, C08oo|^ioo80ooicg5. 
Edge-tool, n. odo^gS^ 980oaD^f . 
Edge' wise, adv. ooj^ioooi; as, to go edgewise, 

^ioo|^iooS,c6ioDoiooS; to set up edge wise, 

Edg'ing, n. bordering, trimming, fringe, ooS 
^ o5c8^ooScx>jj^i5o88oooDQi9ic8{5ooS. 
Ed'i-ble, a. esculent, eatable, 9iooiooS(S|Soo8S. 
E'dict, n. a law, a decree, o8^ooooS«ic85,o8S 

Ed'i-fi-ca'tion, n. odSqioB^qicBodS. 
Ed'i-fi9e, n. a building, a structure, 06^9x01, 

Ed'i-fy, V. t. to build up (used figuratively 

mostly), «ic8jS«ic8ooS ; to instruct and 

improve, o8^d8.-8ooS5o88yioioof SoiSdBp, 

880002^00OD8ODO1c8^8800AS 00 OoI OD fij^ c8^ 


Ed'it, V. t. ODcb5oDc8l05588(J^8^f |8b. 

E-di'tion (e-dish'un), n. o55oDo|SooiooaD|So3S(^p 

Ed'it-or, n. yiooioooDoi5oDc8io5588q^8^^8b. 

Ed'i-to'ri-al, a. oo^t)0888 editor, cSxoSSg editor. 

Ed'it-or-ship, n. 00^800 c^SoDioocSioo^ editor 

Ed'u-cate, v. t. to instruct, teach, train, 08^ 

Ed'u-ca'tion, w. instruction, teaching, ooS «i 
c8Qi880dH(»ioo^ giSo3C9c8|SooSc8Sod oSs. 

Ed'u-ca'tion-al, a. ao^«x>888o8^^pc8oDS. 

E-da9e', v. t. to draw or bring out, oocbScB^, 

E-dul'co-rate, v. t. to sweeten, yio^»iooic8^. 

Eel, n. ooiopi,ooioj^i,Qpc6. 

Ef-fage', v. t. to destroy a form painted or 
carved, blot out, obliterate, qiooiSioo^ 
ooopSoo8i;to erase, Q^5n§5ooS,«io5og8ooS 
c^i; to remove an impression from the 
mind, q^80D8oi^^ooS, giotf) qS n^ ooS odi odi 

Ef-fecf , n. result, consequence, event, ooSo^cS^ 

i,e,if6,u,y,loiig; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; eftre, far, li8t,f»ll, what; thfere, v§il, tSrm; pique; ddne, fftr, 

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ccioo^Qiodcx)! ooSioiootS ; force, power, 
oDSaj^jOoSoooSoocxn; without effect, ooojoj^ 

coojoj^^ooo^l^toocS^. , V. t. to cause to 

be, effectuate, 1^808^08^00^ ; to accom- 
plish, complete, execute, «i(^c8^ooS, «i 

Ef-fect'ive, a. efficacious, effectual, coic»t[«fl8^ 
cS^oo^o^lsoj; efficient, powerful, odooS. 

Ef-fects', n. pi. ooS8ooSc6i,ooSooeoiioo«8S. 

Ef-fect'u-al (-ftkt'yu-al), a. See Effective. 

Ef-fect'Q-al-ly, adv. in a manner to accomplish 
the purpose intended, Sa^cochS^a^dSt; 
thoroughly, «icaicoi^i^i,^^^S. 

Ef-fect'u-ate (-fekt'yu-at) , v. t. See Effect. 

Ef-fem'in-a-9y, n. See Effeminate. 

Ef-fem'i-nate, a. womanish, unmanly, oSe^ool 
©SS35^^a^o8«; tender, delicate, SSS^jSooc^S 

Effer-vesje' (ef fer-ves), v. t. to bubble, coodS 

w r w 

Effer-ve8'9en5e, Ef fer-ves'jen-jy, n. ooiodcoS 

c8^. See Ebullition. 
Ef-fete', a. worn-out, exhausted, barren, oo85 

Effi-ca'cious, a. See Effective. 
Effi-ca-jy, n. force, energy, oooSo30o1,oo8(»od 

Ef-fi'cien-9y (ef-f ish-en-sy), n. ojod^co, c»oo^qi 

Ef-f?cient, a. See Effective. 
Ef-fi'cient-ly, adv. See Effectually. 
Effi-gy, n. an image, a portrait, ccSSx; to 
hang in effigy, ajscSifeiyiooSiooioo^^g^ 

Ef-flate,' V. t. See Inflate. 
Efflo-res'jence, Ef flo-r6s'9en-9y, n. oo^Sos. 
Efflo-res'^ent, a. oo^230»8«8osc8j5. 

Etfld'vi-iira, n. pi. Ef-flu'vi-a, an exhalation, 

coSo^oSp; a noxious exhalation, ooS^io^ 

Efflux, n. flow, effusion, coScgicS^ogS. 
Effort, n. endeavor, exertion, strain, trial, 00^ 

c^ei8,oo^oc^8G8|5ooo^ooccn; to obtain by 
effort, od8^|SooS,o38|5|,SooS. 
Effort-less, a. qoc^«©i8oo^, cooc^gc8^(»oS(»oc>) 

ODJS, OdSc^©1800(»|5. 

Ef-front'er-y (-friint'er-y), n. impudence, sau- 

ciness, ooSoo^oool, oo^wiod^oooI. 
Ef-ful'genje, n. brightness, splendor, See 

Ef-ful'gent, a. shining, bright, splendid, odScot 

Ef-fuse', V. t. to pour out, spill, shed, c^c8i,oj 

c8ioSc8i. , V. i. See Emanate. 

Ef-fu'sion, n. the act of pouring out, ooSc^cSi, 

ooSc^c8io^c8i, ooS^icSi; the pouring out 

of words, oo^ooc6icgi88o6. 
Ef-fu'sive, a. 00i(»c^c8io^c8ioj,^g^c^c8ioSc8i 

Egg, n. 5^,00^5^00^8. 
E'go-tism, n, self-praise, self-conceit. See 

E'go-tist, n. yiooioooDc8iooSoDioooSo^an<fep«88. 
E'go-tist'ic, E'go-tist'ic-al, a. conceited, vain, 

self-important, ooi oooocfii m c8i 00 od8 orf) 

E'go-tize, V. t. oDc6ioic8ioaoD8an(fe^dB8. 

E-grc'gious (e-grc'jus), a. extraordinary, en- 
ormous, c8ic6Sc8i8S, 008^00^1 

E-gre'gious-ly, adv. 8^8JB, 8f 8^odc65; as, he 
was egregiously cheated, oobSsoo^o^^cS 

£'gress, n. departure, oo^o08c8p. 

E-gyp'tian, a. ooPoo888cBSo5&5, (d^io|^ro5^8), yx 

Eh, int, jio 

Eight (at> a. cSs (o> 

Eight'-fold, a. «88©8,«S8odooi. 

Eight'-scdre, «S8|,^ jo c^,6oS8aDSooo88 oGo. 

Eight'een, a. ooo6«88 (00). 

Eight'eenth, a. ooioo^icS^oooocSsQioooi. 

Eighth, a. ^ic8^«S8oioo«i. 

Eight'i-eth, a. coiod^dB^cSsoooDQi. 

Eight'y, a. dSsw. 

Ei'ther, a. one of two things, ooioo^SSiooajJloD 

do, wolf; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 5 ass; § h as; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; nas in linger. 

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Qioi; one of two persons, coiyiooiooo:jjl|^ 
oooioi;the one and the other, on either 
side, coio^booS, SstoiooSo^. Seec8^ J J* J. 

Ei'ther, conj. — oSoi, — oioi. 

E-jac'u-ld'tion, n. oo^oc^ooo^ooo6^8iooc88i,(B8 

E-jac'u-la-to-ry, a. See Ejaculation. 

E-ject', V. t. to throw out, cast forth, dis- 
charge, cgSoSfcgS; to expel, banishi c8c8^ 
og5, q^8co«c8^cg5; to dismiss from office, 
turn out, a^8og5o5c8^,'ooSc8icg5ooc8S; to 
eject, as phlegm, oScfifcgS. 

E-jec'tion, E-ject'ment, n. discharge, expul- 
sion, banishment. See Eject. 

Eke, t;. t. to enlarge, lengthen, prolong, So8« 

OOODCOl 88c8o§^b,QlCD1c8^8t OoSoSlOO^gl. 

E-lab'o-rate, v. t. to produce with labor, cJ^8 
•i8«i<fec8^oo^; to improve and perfect 
by diligent operation, cJ^8©i8«ioio8pooS 

E-lab'o-rate, a. labored, studied, ooiooc^cfi^ 


E-lapse', V. t. to pass away, slip by, oocoicgS, 
E-las'tic, a. springy, rebounding, cdioooi^od 


fl'las-ti9'i-ty, n. ((»oo5©oo5©odi) |^^oW8»oo8i 
ooSiooiooSoiSoooo)oSoo(x>8, 6^a^o{5ooco8, 6^ 
oo{j||9^oocx>8,oS8ooi9poo 038 ooi 00 «8 ^j5 c8i; 
to lose elasticity, cB5o§5,d3^c8ioDSc8i. 

E-late', a. oo8^,oj^8S(X>88S,o38^c8^. , t;. t. 

to exalt, make proud, «idBc8^(»0D8,«i5 


E-la'tion, n. od^oj^^^od8^,oo^oj^8Sod808,ooSod8 

El'bow, n. the joint of the arm, ^^ifo; point 
of the elbow, ^^^i^ooo^S; a corner, a 
bend, ooS^i^. , t^. t. sfi^ogSoo^conoo^ 

Elbcw-chSir, n. c6Soof|iG6f 88aD^q^. 

Eld'er, a. older, od8(^^oooj^. , n. a senior 

or one who occupies the place appro- 

priate to age, Oj^^o5038y^,yioo8^a58^; a 
kind of tree, c^^cg^oDODOjS. 

Eld'er-ly, a. oD8(^^ooSb,oo8y^ooSoo^8o5. 

Eld'er-ship, n. seniority, oDsc^S^^oacSS; the 
office of an elder, ojipoDOD8c^Sooc6S. 

Eld'est, a. ooz^^coooi^. 

E-lect', a. chosen, ooioooopo^coi. , v. t. 

to choose, prefer, select, ojooiooS, ^ooi 

00^. , M. oo^ooj5o2ooib,oo^aD^^ooib, 

yioo^ooSo^coicSi. See c^i oo. cj^. 

E-lec'tion, n. the act of choosing, choice, od^ 
ojcoiooSjOoS^coiooS; the power of choos- 
ing, free will, ^ooiodSoo8ooo:8i, o^ooiooS 


E-lect'ive, a. exerting the power of choice, 
cS^ 880^00100^05^8 ; pertaining to choice, 


E-lect'or, n. a voter, (^icoio?c8j588o^ooioo^oo^. 
E-lec'tric, E-lec'tric-al, a. oo^ex)888c8, oo^ao8S8 

0^098^8 eooi* 
E-lec'tric-flu'id, w. c8o|S8j,oac08@8<j[||o58. 
E'lec-tri§'i-ty, n. ((»c08@8©o3i) c8i, d8io^G|. 
E-lec'tri-fy, E-lec'trize, v. t. q8gSooo98@8eo5i 

00100^ 9d0^1, q^8CX)^8 00^00800^ 88000}8g8» 

E-lect'u-a-ry, n. oooSj5cDioo^c5o^5(Si 8iooSoSi 

El'ee-mos'y-na-ry, a. relating to charity or 

alms-giving, OD^ex>888ooSoo^o380D^icoiyi 

El'e-ganje, El'e-gan-gy, n. grace, refinement. 

See Elegant. 
El'e-gant, a. beautiful, graceful, handaome, 

E-le'gi-ac, a. od ^00888 Elegy. 
El'e-gy, n. (;jojcoSm) ooIod^ eo888oo^|^c8iyio5» 


El'e-ment, fi. the essential or constituent 
principle of any thing, ooSSSyS; a ru- 
diment of an art or science, oaSo8^c8c8 
cScoSooSSyS, SoS8aD5i c»o88aDSo8^c8o&8^a58. 

El'e-ment'al, a. oo^oo888ooS8Sy^. 

El'e-ment'a-ry, a. simple, uncompounded, co 

M>iiO,U;yilong; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cdre, far, last, fall, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; d6ne, ffln 

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oi(8, coiOdoosdla^SStoo^oeotos^; initial, 
rudimental, ooisdescS^oo^, coioas^igSco^ 

ETe-phant, n. odsS; an elephant's fetter, oo 
q8oo8^ooo8, (^loo^KBs^ooconodoSsycBsooi 

ElVphan-ti'a-sis, n. ooScol8p8pn|5ooaooj5, c8i 

ElVvate, v. t. to raise, lift up, 8803808^, to 
raise a space from the ground, oo^icS^, 
oo8ic8^; to exalt, gjscS^, co{5ooc8^c8oo 
ojS; to improve, make excellent, enno- 
ble, Qioic8^ooS,Qicoiao3io8^ooS; the 

voice, «i8^c8pooooojS. 

El'e-va-ted, a. prominent, cx)8i68|5,cSpno8ic8p. 

HVva'tion, n. the act of raising, elevating 
&c. cD^SSoD 8 c8p, ooS «i oi c8^; a high 
place, a hill, ooSdS^oj, ooS88^,oo^oo8ic8p. 
See Elevate. 

E-leVen, a. ooooooi. (00). 

E-lev'enth, a. coioo^icSjBoocoooioooi. 

Elf, Elfin, n. a sprite, ooS&ooSj1,oD^oDot. 

E-119'it, V. t. to draw out, bring to light, q8<jjl 

. c8p, ei«Q8^jBldSp,ocis(a1cfi^. 

El'i-gi-bil'i-ty,Eli'-gi-ble-ne88,M. See Eligible. 

El'i-gi-ble, a. fit to be chosen, gisoo^ooSoj^ 
ooi^fii; suitable, desirable, oo^oooos; @ii 
S^I^SooS; that can be elected, QiiSsodS 

E-lis'ion, n. oD^«io65cg5. 

filite (d-leef), n. a select body of soldiers, ojs 
8odoooio500^oo^oSooiod8ioi|,^ S^i^Soooioo 
op; the best or select part of persons, 

E-hVir, w. oDoS^oocOioo^^lSb, 8^SbcoiOdo5^05 


EU, n. oo^cBpoocoajScSpoooontopcop. 
EHipse', n. Geom. (jjipo(^i,8ic^b,8i8i8i,ooS 

El-lip'sis, n.^coS\Sx^\yCoSco(B\QOcoi 

El-lip'tic-al, a. pertaining to an ellipse, oo^ 

co88«ooSc»no^oo8icjjipot^i; pertaining to 
ellipsis, ooptjotSjooSoDcfiioSiji. 

Elm, n. oofoooDojB. 

El'o-cu'tion, n. mode of utterance or de- 
livery, ooU{56bioo^oo8c»<^; elegant de- 
livery, ooS6po6\ooSoo8c»o65^5<j8oi«s, o^^ 

E-16n'-gate, v. t. to lengthen, extend, stretch 
out, 0Dc65c8p, 0Dcb5c8c8p, oc^8cx)cbSc8c8|5. 
, V. f . to remove farther oflF, re- 
cede, O28o5lO§5000Dt. 

E-lon-ga'tion, w.the act of extending, oo^qiod 
c65c8p; the state of being extended, ooS 
ox65c8p; recession, departure, oo^oje 
o5ic8p(»oD8 ; distance, remoteness, ooSo^ 

EJope', V. i. ^\^^ 8^poo^^oj^n§5coi 8^0^00 
o5p, e>DS|ojPfig5ajoooiooG8|>,e>j^85^tSc85oo 

E-l6pe'ment, w. See Elope. 

El'o-quenje, n. oratory. See Eloquent* 

El'o-quent, a. caiaaooc8ac^^^Syioioo^^c»,^gSoo 
c8io28oxSiba(^i8S<jS£»oj^oooD809, ^^Soo 

Else, a. other, oooiojS. , adv. beside, oDi 

IjSo^bSg) ; otherwise, ooo©^CDp8«. 

Else'where, adv. 00100^10^,^0008^00^10^. 

E-lQ'9i-date, v. t. to make clear, explain, il 
lustrate, oS<jj1ooSc8iodSc8i«68, odc8i(j)c8^ 

E-lu'5i-da'tion, n. See Elucidate. 

E-lude', V. t. to evade, bafae^ avoid, escape, 

c8S|Oj^|So5CD«, g8^oo8oooo8, oj8og5oocx>8So8t 

E-lu'sive, E-lu'so-ry, a. See Illubhte. 
E-lys'i-an (e-liz'i-an), a. oo^«)08ooS^5ooSoiiC36i 

o3^ooooc8So,oo^oo888oo^^{SooS^5 o^c8S. 
E-lys'i-um (e-lTzh'i-um), n. ooS^^oaSoiioopDOs^ 

E-ma'ci-ate, t;. i. «bic8i,«bi©o5«. 
E-ma'ci-a'tion, n. ooS«bxc8i; leanness, oo^cS^ 

do, W9lf ; fiirl, rude, push; ei.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as sh^ g as j; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger • 

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EmVnate, v. i. to issue, o08c8|5ooiooSo5c8i,o6 

Em'a-na'tion, n. the act of issuing, oo^obcS^, 
odScoscS^; that which issues, efflux, ooS 
coi(»o6dB^bcDioDSooioDSgiQQG8^. See Ef- 

E-man'ji-pate, v. t. to set free, liberate, re- 
lease, «i^^, ^«^i^> cgSogSooioDSMcoSoo 

E-man'ji-pa-tion, n. ooS«i^i^,ooSo^^oji8|Soji. 

E-mas'cu-late, V. t. to castrate, geld, jogSoD^ 
S^; to weaken, render effeminate, oiocH 
«Scg5oa^ 05 ASooooI . 

E-mas'cu-la'tion, w. See Emasculate. 

Em-balm' (em-bam'), v. t. as a dead body, ^pc8x 
odS8^coioooo^SoS«(»odo^^ooo2^oooi, o5oo 
8f 8«oocoj5. See o8i. jos j; to preserve 
from decay, «ioDc5bSoDc8iooS6o8s(»ajoo^i 
o^^oooi; to cherish tenderly the memo- 
ry of, c^p^^ojitSicDiooSc^p. 

Em-bank', v. t See Imba^k. 

Em-bank'ment, n. See Imbankment. 

Em-bar'go, n. ooS@?x>5oDdSooio8^ oo oo^ i^ ^^ 

Em-bark', v. ♦. to go on board ship, c8^odc8, 
SsoDcS; to engage in, enlist, (^soo^oOiod^ 

osoo^Qioo^. , V. t. to put on board 

ship, o5c8^oo^o&ioDc8oo^i. 

Em'bar-ka'tion, n. See Embabk. 

Em-bar'rass, v. t. to perplex, entangle, puzzle, 
ttioocS^oj^S; to hinder and annoy, «i 
of3Soo5,«ic8cJ5j^; to confound, disconcert, 

Em-bar'rass-ment, n. perplexity, through 

fear or shame, abashment, 8^3^S«i^,oo^ 
^$9^8. See Embabbass. 

Em-bas'sa-dor, w. an envoy, o3c^8,(^iooS«i8. 

Em'bas-sage, n. See Embassy. 

Em'bas-sy, n. odoj^i, ooS«i8, ooSqicBioo^c^ioo^qi 

Em-bafc'tle, t;. t. to prepare and arm for bat- 
tle, OD^5o0c8lQJ8^S0Dpc86o8800ODl^iaj8. 

Em-bay', v. t. Qio35«x>5oDSoDi8p(^f oj^o^ioo^i. 

Em-bed', v. t. QicSiooijBogiiooioa^ooog). 
Em-bSriish, V. t. to adorn, beautify, deck, vi 

• OD0010D(^OOS,«105«10D100S. 

Em-bgriish-'ment, n. adornment, ornament, 
decoration, ooSo3oDioDob,ooSoo^oocoi. 

Em'ber-days, n. ojJioocSoo^iooioioxoocJjS (» 
d8^c6S^So8oo5boDi oj^oo^oolooSoaojSooooS 

Em'bers, n. pL cinders, ojSip^ofoS^. 

Em-bez'zle, t?. t. c5t^SyioixooSoDioDSoaQioD0^8 

Em-bez'zle-ment, n. See Embezzle. 

Em-bla2je', Em-blaz'on, v. t. to paint with en- 
signs armorial, c^s^^c^iooSjSodf oDbisdoo^ 
o^^; to adorn with embellishments, 
decorate, Qi«)5QioQi€8foD^ooioo^o3oDio9 

Em'blem, n. a symbol, a tjrpe, a sign, ooSodSi 

Em'blem-at'ic, Em'blem-at'ic-al, a. oo^co88i 

Em-bod'i-ment, w. ooSo5§^,ooSo<B. 

Em-bod'y, i?. t. to incorporate, concentrate, 

Em-bold'en, v. t. to encourage, Qi^ooco^cSp© 


Em-bSss', t?. f. to form with bosses, oicS^od^ 
od8Sod«5ooiqqc8i; to engrave in relievo, 

Em'bou-chure (ong'boo-shure'), n. Fr. mouth, 
aperture ; as of a river, o6co{5. 

Em-bow'el, v. t. to eviscerate, gut, ocj8c8^ng5 
OD^yS; to swallow up, qic8iojjic55ooiod^ 

Em-braje', v. t. to clasp in the arms, hug, 8i, 
88036S,88cxj,88?x>5; to take, receive, 88|S, 
65^S, oj^^c85; to comprise, include, con- 
tain, o^jS (^loSi^ij^a). 

Em-bra9e', Em-bra9e'ment, w. See Embbace. 

Em-bri'sure, n. oo^cg|S^coicS58iooS8iooj^oooi. 

Em'bro-cate, v. t. od^6odSoo^(pc8icoioooS^. 

Em'bro-ci'tion, n. mzo^co ^co^ScrAooffi. See 

ji,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,T,5,u,y, short; cfire, far, laet^fall, what; thfire, veil, term; pique; d6ne,f5r, 

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Em-broid'er, i;. t. co8o5poo8fBia>S, coso&^ootoi 

Em-broid'er-y, w. a>Sa)«oo^oo«rBi,a>Scotoopa>tot. 
Em-broir, v. t. to trouble, disturb, distract, 

Em'bry-o, n. the first rudiments of anything 
yet imperfectly formed, od^od6i6icoi(»o3 
^c8^pc8jS5tCD^|,^ocB8(Sicoi embryo 

E-mend', v. t. to amend, improve, uioicS^; to 
correct, rectify, ttac§ojia>S. 

Em'en-da'tion; n. the act of correcting, o3^(§ 
roiooS; a correction, coSr^mx. 

Em'er-ald, n. oD^fl^oogt. 

E-merge', v.i. o6o8^cDio3^(»a^,o6c8|5ooio3Soo 

E-mer'genge, E-mer'gen-cy, n. a . sudden e- 
vent, ooSo36i6icoiod<fedBp^«oooDt; ex- 
igency, ooSooiooDo6po5oo^8tooo|Sgio3Soa 
iioiooioddBoo^fOdo^sooobt.^ See Emebge. 

E-mer'gent, a. urgent, pressing, CDJS^oscBrBii, 


QxSx. See Emerge. 

Em'e-rods, Em'e-roids, n. ^?. piles, od^ocS^^o 
^8^c8t. See Hemobbhoids. 

E-mer'sion, n. ooSobcS^coioD^oa^i.See Embbge. 

Em'er-y, n. ooiSootooooojS. 

E-mSt'ic, w. ooo5^c§8. 

Em'i-grant, a. oo|5o588tootc8|SogSoooooocBSopb 

ajoooifBSoi. , n. yicDioooo«c8^cgSc» 


Em'i-grate, v. i. ootGSpsooooicfiSoi. 

Em'i-gra'tion,^n. oD^oogfio^ajoooifB^oi. 

Em'i-nen9e, Em'i*nen-9y, n. height, oo^cS; a 
high place, oocS^cSpcS; a hill^ oo^S8|S; a 
summit, highest point, odS88^; excel- 
lence, o3Soio)cDioD8ib; an exalted state, 
odScB^SiodSoicJIooiodSi ; distinction, ce- 
lebrity, 6io;^oo^<jipoi. 

Em'i-nent, a. high, lofty, cS^gS, oio)coioo8i; 
exalted, cSpoocS^cSjScS ; distinguished, 
celebrated, famous, CDJSeosSt oioj^OD^cg) 


Em'is-sa-ry, n. yi8t«ioooo8,yi8tQi^o^(»oot. 

E-mis'sion, w. See Emit. 

E-mitVt>. t. to send forth, throw or give out, 
cojSdB^a>S,qtc8^dB^o3^; to give or shed; 
as, the moon emits light, ooToo^ooSodSi; 
to radiate; as, the fire emits heat, Q^e^ 
co^cB^cS^ooS; to exhale; as, the flow- 
ers emit fragrance, 803^^05^08103^^1^ 
c8i; to discharge, pour forth; as, the 
spring emits water, o6c8^oi^q^8c^Stc8^ 
06; the volcano emits smoke, oo©iio^gi| 
^jScB^b; to sound, as, the bell emits 
sound, oic^qsoS^cSjSoD^; to issue bank 
notes, coi^^|8ooc8S^^ {[sc^dB^ o55 od 03 ogS 
GDI yKX)^!^^ ooS o^8S . 

Em-men'a-gogue, n. o3o5jSag|Sejo,oooS^ooo25 
oSio^8S<{^c^(SioDi ooo§^oocboo^ooc8c8i. 

Em'met, n. an ant, oyA. 

E-mSriient, a. softening, odco^Qie^cSioo^oc)) 


E-mol'u-ment, n. salary, oo^So^jigoOiwiODSoo 
SiSioocS; profit, advantage, ooSo2|]^iooS 

E-mo'tion, n. feeling, agitation, ooto^s^ioj^sot* 

Em-pale', v. t. See Impale. 

Em-pan'el, n. See Impakel. 

Em'per-or, n. (oojSoc^i^ 8101018^001 (Poioo^cB^ 

, O3O2|t8:^^,(^00C^S. 

Em'pha-sis, n. pi. Em'pha-ses, stress, cna^ 

Em'pha-size, 1;. t. to utter with emphasis, «i 
8jPc8^(poDo^Sooc8c8ooiooc8iooS Od o^, 001 

OdOSOD^OO^l, O9€SlO0^c8|S8800 O^^ 8^^, OOcBl 

Em-phat^ic, Em-phat'ic-al, a. forcible, im- 
pressive, oo^tJ08880DO^aj^,ooySy^; requir- 
ing emphasis, @i8oodBioD^8«oxo^8j^. 

Em'pire, n. imperial dignity, 8oo8ioopeot88oe^ 
oc^iV, supreme control, sovreignty, rule, 
sway, 8oo8i8^oDooiS; an important king- 
dom, c8^^,ODc8<J^e88^08^S. 

Em-pir'ic, m. a quack, a charlatan, yiooiOdS^ 

do, W9lf; fQrl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; x as ^; 9 as in liuger. 

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Em-pTr'ic, Em-pir'ic-al, a. experimental, oo^ 

Em-ploy', V. t. to use, oj*, gioDioo^oDoiQi; to 
have in one's service, Qiyioi«ioooSo5i 
ooSgi, q^tQiyioioDioDSo5ioD^gi,q^tQiyioioDi 

ooSooiooSgi; time, qiodSooiod^ooooi 

oocx)cB^oo(|ji;—— one's self, c8^b§too^6t 

odSqi, ood8^88oo^oDi^ooSo:jj|^oo^. , n. 

occupation, business, ooojooac)l,a)8io5l8i, 
ooSoiodSqi; agency, service for another, 
oo^ttiooScDi yioioooi^et . 

Em-ploy-e' (Em'ploy-a'), w. yi8««i»oo8,o:?Sooj 

Em-ploy'er, n. yLODi(»qtgic^ioiooioo^(»ioa^gi. 
Em-ploy'ment, n. to follow one's own business 

or occupation, oj^Sodc8ojod1,«ioood©^(»od^ 

osooSqio^. See Employ. 
Em-pois'on, v. t. c8ixjSodS88ooS|^. See Poison. 
Em-p6'ri-um, n. a market-place, a mart, ooS 

oocSS^o^ SodS ooiotflb . 
Em-p6v'er-ish, t?.<. tti§^c8ioD5c8i. SeelMPov- 


Em-pow'er, v. L qtcBjSyiSs odSooSiooioD^ooioo^ 


Em'press, n. oo^oc^i^c^jS, dbo3c^S<^|S,^^oi<^^ooioo 


Emp'ti-ness, w. oDSoSjScDdS, oo^odc8coc8. See 

Emp'ty, a. containing nothing, void, (B^dStS^ 
ooc8, co^oosSsoo^cdgBo^i; unsubstantial, 
wanting substance, without meaning, 
oDc8ooc8, ooSSoo^ooS^oDoioo^; as, empty 

words, ooSooc8iooc8ooc8; praise, ooSlt 

. o@iioD85a>d8^CD^,oDSito@ii@@. , 

V. t. to make void, exhaust, q^tcB^oo 
c8, QicSSoDcS. See i^. oof q. to pour 
. outi oSc8irigS,cjc8iogS. , V. i. to dis- 
embogue, c^i^SaoS^^^iSooo^oSs* 

Emp'ty-hand'ed, a. f cS^oocS. 

Emp'ty-head'ed, a. o3€8^8«ooSdBcx>8pdBoo«i,oo^ 

Emp'ty-heart'ed, a. o>G8^8«ooSc^poD^og,o3^o2^ 


Em-pyr'e-al, a. oo^ioosSs^S^cSooodiS. 
Em'py-re'an, n. ^S^cScoodiS, yicD<giidBoo8^b 

Em'u-late, v. t. to vie with, rival, gioo^^ to 
emulate each other, §ic8S3dODt,88dbo8i 

Em'u-la'tion, n. rivalry, oD^88obb88ooo38. 

Em'u-lous, a. ^emulative, rivaling, O38ajpooi 


E-mul'sion, n. oooD^?x))oj5bcoio888, ^ j^gioSf 

En-a'ble, v. t. og^8oD8i6o880D«xoDSoD, oj^oo&S 

Od col SoBsOO QlOD^C}, 

En-act', V. f. to decree, make into a law, 05S 

En-act'ment, n. odH^^^, oD^i^^oac^^ooooS, 

En-am'el, w. the composition, oDSooooojSooiyi 

giogpaj^ooSodcSi; the enamel of a 

tooth, &oaogooo5t,qg|ODs5J5, So©8(X)^ooo88, 
ooSo1rBi88c^bcoi90»icx>iooc3bSioDo^ 00 8^^ 
oo<j[pb. yV. t. ttiqgoDg^ooS88 enamel. 

En-am'or, v. t. to inflame with love, charm, 

En-cage', V. t. <j^8?o5coi@i^,oo8i^ioioi. 

En-camp', v. i. yic6iooh8^i»c8^oocBSoD^t^i 8t 

En-camp'ment, n. @S8iodoc))8i, oD^cSS^^^icbi 

En-case', v. t. oSodSc8^88oooi, o5|So3^8^oooi^i. 
See Incase. 

En-chain', v. t. ©i^SodS. See Chain. 

En-chant', v. t. to bewitch, fascinate, Qiroifl 
c^ibS; to subdue by charms or spells, 
Qi^ii«i«a^ooSoDioD^oD^ooDSoqi8; to oper- 
ate on by magical or supernatural 
skill, gi^SoiaD^oo^,OD^oo^g803^SoSi§gi,<]^8 
cb S^ OD^ 001 Q8 Sft8 od fS; to enrapture, 
charm, ravish, (^8(d^oo^opioooDiSocD8. 

En^chant'ing, a. fascinating, charming, coio 

En-cbant'ment, n. See Enchant. 

4,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, list, fgll, what; th^re^ veil, term; pique; done, ffir, 

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En-chase', v. t. b«o&^b8oiooS(»tjoiioio«ooioD^oD 


En-ciente' (ong-sanf), a. Fr. oo^tjosSsoicSpb. 

En-jir'cle, v. t. to encompass, surround, cB^oo 
8iooS,o«oo^«od^,ooc^iodS, ohodS, Si^dS, ooi 
oo5, c8^o5«x>5; one's self, ooc^iodSo^ods, 


En-close', v. t. See Inclose. 

En-co'mi-ast, n. a eulogist, a panegyrist, yi 


En-c5'mi-ast'ic, En-co'mi-ast'ic-al, a. praising, 

eulogistic, oo^^osSsescS^o^i'ioD^. 
En-co'mi-um, n. eulogy, praise, ooU«dB^o@ii 

En-c6m'pass, t>. <• to environ, invest, c8^oo8i 


^«oD^5 to fence around, inclose, odSiod^; 
to go around, cbi(X)^tooS,<^ioD8ioD^,c6ioD 
8ioD^. See Encibcle. 

En-core' (ong-kur'), adv. oDSioDd^, no8«. , 

t'. t. to ask to. do again, giQiosSsoDd^. 

En'COunt'er, i;. t to meet face to face, oo^od 
oi^,oo^oDfSS,oo^oooiS; to meet in ri- 
valry or contest, a>^oDoiSc8olc85oooD8; 
to meet and resist, oppose, 8^001, @80i 

c85(»c>D«,q^«ooic85oooDi. , n. See En- 

COUNTEE. t^. t. 

En-cour'age, 1;. <• to animate, inspirit, cheer, 
oj^(^i»6Soooo); to make bold, embol- 
den, stimulate, q^s^cS^yioooDS, gi^oaoj^ 

En-cour^age-ment, w. ooSo:gixo2^o3iioDi,ooSooj5 
8{^G8^0d6^ooa>); that which animates, 
oD^cS^bioooos- See Encoubage, 

En-croach', v. %. to intrude, tresspass, in- 
fringe, (^S^^yx01C»OoSc8Soofe800^0Dfe8, 00^8 

En-croach'ment, w. See Enceoach. 
En-crust', v. t. See Inceust. 
En-ciim'ber, v. t. to impede motion with a 
load, giooSooSyioDi 0006103^ 001 oog8^S8oo^ 


000^88 o&tS; to embarrass, obstruct, hin- 

der, gioo5oa5,«ic8c^ooS,@oo^. 
En-ciim'branje, n. impediment, o^ScoioogioiS 

odS gicSc^^oDSoogi 00^00^ . 
En-cy'clo-pe'di-a, n. oo5oDiooq^8^j5ooS ^?^^? 

OOJS, OO^OJ^OoSc08, 8800^03^ gl^^OI^OaODOgS 

End, n. extremity, od88s>,oo88^; termination, 
close, 0003001^,00^0^03001^; ultimate state, 
o3^0d8iOdex>^c8i8ic8iGl8; result, conse- 
quence, oo^gioooooDiS; object aimed at, 
purpose, motive, aim, oooS, 000^8; as, 
what is your object in doing this? ^gi 
o9^oSioo9^Scb^, o^f 001 ^ oooijits S c6^; on 
end; as, to place on end, o5coiooi|5,8S 
ooiooi^;from— to— oDioo^oDi©; from be- 
gining to end, coiOdS^ooic^iOdodODA 
, V. i. to come to an end, oft 1 5b ; 

to terminate, cease, oDooiSbjOjSb^ , 

. V. t. to make an end of,fini8h, gioDooiS, 

En-dam'age, v. t. See Damaqe. 

En-dan'ger, v. t. to imperil, hazard, gio3^S 

0880000^800^00 80d8^O38c8l. 

En-dear', v.t. gi(^^odOD8oDioo^o&ioo^giooi3,So 

9800^00o88,So88yi0109(^|Sc8l, 880dbgioo^yi 

En-dear'ment, n. oo^gid^gicgodoosoDioo^Qotoo^ 

En-deav'or, v. t. to attempt, try, strive, cAjt 

•18, ging^, (^Sgi. , n. eflfort, attempt, 

ooSc^8©i8, ooSgi(»S,oDS(^Sgi. 

En-dem'ic, a. co|Six>888oo^8o1oDioo^g^G8SdB|Sb 

En-dlte', v. t. See Indite. 
End'less, a. without end, interminable, tcm 

ooi^oocBp; continual, 0006^16, 00080^^16, 

eternal, everlasting, c8iojc8xc8S. 
En-d6rse', v. t. See Indoese. 
En-dow', V. t. to furnish with a dower, 05S 

00^, (^8^^oa1(/ioOioo^(c8^8^8|S; to indue 

do, wglf; furl, rude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z;x as gz; q as in linger. 

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En-dow'ment, n. property permanently ap- 
propriated to any object, o3^^c8S8p8^ 
coiodoj^oo^oooioiSoStoooocS^bcSbodS^; a 
natural gift, 00^(^00^00^001 oocbo^SSscSi 

En-due', v. t. See Ini)ue. 

En-dur'a-ble, a. ooiooj^^(^S^oj,ooo«|>ic». 

En-dur'anje, n. patience, fortitude. See En- 


■En-dure', v.i. to last, abide, continue, 88b,d3|5 

OD1G8^88,€8^S5c8^02n. , V. t to 

bear, sustain, undergo, 8^,8«, o;^^; to 

bear or suffer with patience, ooos^iodS. 
End'wise, adv. on the end, c6p8Sa)iooi^oaoo«; 

with the end forward, d§8^s§^^. 
E-ne'ma, n. o3oo^ooo6oDio^t&S92^^§o88coi<9io9 

En'e-my, n. adversary, foe, q^o). 
En'er-g6t'ic, a. strong, powerful, potent, sjp, 

En'er-get'ic-al-ly, adv. od^^od^^@i@i, ooy^y^, 

En'er-gy, n, strength, power, force, oD^cB^St 
ooftSooooO, oo^o^agPoolag^, oD^oqscS^ooa^oa 
orfl; efficiency, oo^(^oo^,ooojod^. 

E-ner'vate, v. f. to weaken, enfeeble, «i©Sc8i 
(P 6^ 0000)- 

En-fee'ble, v. t. to debilitate, ttie^cSioaoSoooo 

En-feoff, V. t. ojoiyiooioa^oSioDSgi. 

En'fi-lade', n. c^eiSooic8io8c8i^oDioo^oaSiSi<jj1 

boD888jooi«b«oaSoioo8S. , v. t. obtoo^ 


En-f6r9e', 1;. t. to strengthen, invigorate, ooj5 
o;no8^ooA^Odoo)ooioo^o&ia>^gi; to force, 
compel, constrain, qis^^qiSi; to urge 
with energy, q8«ioo|^Soo|^S, 00^00^00^,00 

oo^dB^yiood; ^the law, execute, t^sSoo 


En*fdr9e^ment, n. See Ekfobce. 

En-fran'chise, t^. t. to liberate, set free, q8(flS 
ooogj; to admit to a certain privilege, 
q8(^^ODqg|yiooiooS5BjSo6S5Bp^i, S^ o58 dB^ 


En-fran'chise-ment, n. See Enfbanchise. 

En-gage', v.i. to become surety, o^^oocosooiodS 
c^ioo^giodS^; to fight, join battle, i^8c8S 
ooicB^ooS.— Engage in, to undertake, §8 

gioDSo80D^oioD£ioi. , V. t. to pawn, 

aj^rBioD^,oj^o5©nooSooioD^oDSi6i05c3; to 
promise, bind, involve, ooipc8ioooo8coi 
ooS(»ioD^gi; to enlist, 05i^c8ioood8ooioo 
ooQioo^ooioa^gigdS^, obscSiodQiooi Odoo vi 
oo^oo«i«i; to draw and attach to, gain 
over, ttio28i8ioDS. 

En-gaged, a. zealous, earnest, oj^sj^oosaj^ 
ooioottioo^o^^i; to be engaged, ^^8805^ 
odS «i,odg8^odc8o3^. 

En-gag'ed-ness, n. See Engaged. 

En-gage-ment, n. See Engage. 

En-gag'ing, a. attractive, winning, oojStjosSa 

OO^QlC^SQl^yidgOdcS^, 00|S^88800^4»lO28c8l 

En-gen'der, 1;. t. to beget, breed, produce; t^ 
o8^c8^oD^,q^8c8^c8^8; to cause, occasion, 

En'gme, n. (oof &p) a machine, ^8; a military 
machine, fe8q8028ooSoo8S; fire engine, ^8qi 
c8i6SojSo|; locomotive engine. See Lo- 

En-gi-neer', n. one who understands the 
management of engines, ^8oe8f . 

Eii'glish, a. oof ooicBSo^ooSS. 

En'glish-man, n. <^i(^f oo558. 

En-gorge', n. o^S^ioo^. See Goeqe. 

En-graft', v. t. See Ingraft. 

En-grain', v. t. See Ingbain. 

En-grave', v. t. to carve, grave, obtc^oo^od 
oj^oaSicoiooSoDoioioJcBi; to impress on 
the mind, £]^8%o2too^ooiooo8n6^^i. 

En-grav'er, n. a scidptor, a carver, yicoi» 

En-grav'ing, n. the act of carving, o^^obtc^ 

&,e,i,o,u,y, long; a,e,i,o,u,y, abort; care, fix, la8t,f§ll, what; there, veil, term; pique; d6ne|f6r, 

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00^-, an engraved picture, a>S(»oj^oo8ioDi 

En-gross', v. t. to monopolize, absorb, occupy, 
ooi^^ooSiooiSooi o^ooojbo^oijColcSicgSboS 
01,001 oooo©So^boo8^5 to copy in a fair 
hand, <^s«booSoioioo^oo^c8io5Sc8i«bs. 

En-gulf, i; t. to swallow up, ooio6a)68oioi,oDS 

En-hanje', v. t. to enlarge, augment, tti8^c8^; 
to increase, q^sodlcS^; to aggravate, qs^s 
c8p,QiojlPc8p; , i;. i. to increase, BjS 


En-hange'ment, n. See Enhance. 

E-n^'ma, n. a dark saying, odSodc8ioo8^oo 
c85,oo^oDc8tcoio^^oiScB; a riddle, §^y,oDS 
ODc8i§S§icx)^; as, I will give you a rid- 
dle, oDoooo^c8i^icoiooS§Syooc8. 

E'nig-mat'ic, E'nig-mat'ic-al, a. puzzling, ob- 
scure, oa8o^c8ioj|i'b,c6^oo88«oDS§S§iooS. 

En-join', v. t. to order, command, gicSSooS^^s 

En-joy', v^ t. to take pleasure in, <iS,<j5oj^j5<j5 
038 ; as, I enjoy reading, oco8cSS<jSq8; I 
enjoy study, oooic8ooS<j5tt8; I enjoy my- 
self, ^opoDcx>8, c8^<jScS^oiio^ o5 cx>8; to 
possess, as something desirable, S^%9 
(co^»ioD^§i), ^Soo^ (ooSoSiooSgi). See 9 
8i. ^Gt o. 

En-joy'ment, n. pleasure, gratification. See 

En-kin'dle, v. t. to inflame, «i<feidB^opG|. 
See Bjndle. 

En-large', v. i. to become larger, 8|5c8^^Sc8p 

b, as a sore or a hole, c8So5S, to 

widen, spread, c8^o5S,<j^ob5,c8^ob5c8i§i, 
o8^c^o8^i6^.— Enlarge upon, to speak 
copiously, expatiate, ooc8ioaSocnocn8S8S, 

cx)cfii(s>lo5{5(»)c8. , V. t. to make 

larger, obSo8^; to expand, dilate, ooodS 
c8i ; to increase in numbers, q^8oo)dBp, 
wic^lcSpS^cS^ ; to release, set free, <^ 

En-large'ment, n. See Enlabge. 

En-light'en, t;. t. to make light, illuminate, 
ij^8oo8ic8^, QiooSidB^ ; to enlighten the 
mind, QiooSidB^c»02^oooo8,oj^o2^oDSioDt 

En-llSt', Vj. Qb8c8lGdQl,Od1^c8lOOOD800lOdOOQIOD^ 

oSioo^gioaS^. , V. t. to enroll, regis- 
ter, Qb8c8iyioo£ioDie^oo^toDiado9Qioo^o&i 

En-list'ment, n. o55G8|588yia2*8ooiicoiooS(»ip 
c8i(poD80Dioaooq8ooSo38S. See Enlist. 

En-lTVen, v. t. to heighten powers, invigo- 
rate, q8ajj^c8^o3S,q8oanc8^ooSooA^(»oo1;to 
excite the mind, animate, inspire, c8|S 
oj8c8^biyi 0^008; to make cheerful, 
cheer, «x^tti<j5oS|Syic»oD8, q^8<j5coi9ioo 
008; fire, o^5o^a|. An enlivening ap- 
pearance, ooScj1oo§^oo@p. 

En-masse', adv. as, the people fled en masse, 
yi8S <jSoo^ OjSoD^llfl. 

En'mi-ty, n. hostility, hatred, animosity, <xA 
c8o1 ,ooSc8q^ cSd) ,OD^OD 802 00 8od) . 

En-no'ble, v. t. to make noble, dignify, ^t^ 
cfi^yicoioo^S^oD^yS ; to exalt, 58c8^o@n, 
q^8G8^o8yioDiooc8H odo^. 

En-nui'(ong-nwe'), w. Fr. tedium, listlessness, 
00^081098081091 oDioDSQioac8^oojSoo«B,ooSoo 

8^02^80o8^blOOpOOOD8 • 

E-n6r'mi-ty, n. a transgression, ooSa>@i8«i 
(^i; an atrocious crime, an atrocity, ooS 
cx>gpoo8^ooc8S ,03^00 Q^9dod) • 

E-n6r'mous, a. excessive, oof oo888oDSo2^cBo^f 
0006^8^8; exceeding large, huge, im- 
mense, 8f ooS(^pdB8 ; as, an enormous 
tiger, c8^oo€8foo8o5o88foDij^; very bad, 
atrocious, outrageous, osiqs. 

E-nough', w. a sufficiency, O3no5,oopo5,ooio5,ooi 
^io5 ; as, say no more, you have said 
enough, ^oDc8ico^oo1o5,cx)c8icoiioaoi. 

En-quire', v. i. ooogS. See Inquibe. 

En-rage', v. t. to anger, incense, exasperate* 
«i8f c8f (P0D8, Qi^icSf oooDt ; to be en- 
raged, O08cbc8fo5, OD88f cSf C5, 008(^lo8|S 


do, wolf; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 5 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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En-rapt'ure, v. t. ^t^So:jp^So:>^^t^zcp^. 

En-rich', v. t. to make rich, q^8«iog8c8ic8^, qi 
orflc8^^c8S8^8^ ; to fertilize, «ioic6|5c8p 
S^q^odiodSo^^odSoijjP ; to furnish richly, 


En-robe', v. t. to attire, q^iojq^toSsdBjS. 
En-roll', V. t. to register, record, sbicSijia^Si 

En-roU'ment, n. See Enroll. 
En-samp'le, n. ooBoodbS. See Example. 
En-san'guine (-sang'gwin), v. t. qicd^ooiooiodS 

En-8c5n9e', v. t. to protect, (^«g8^|02^,o5o58o5 

En-shrine', i;. t. oigSoD^ooioo^oooi^i; Fig. to 

cherish, oSgopingSojiooioDSc^poo^. 
En'sign (en'sin), n. a flag, a standard, oo^o 

^,0000^ ; an oj£cer who carries a flag, 

En-slave', v. t. qscfeo^^yioi. 
En-stamp', v. t. to impress with some mark or 

figure, «b«c8iooSo^^; to impress the mind, 

convince, qtiogsoD^coiootoSS^i. 
En-Sue', V. i. to follow, succeed, BS^ooSooqi 

0^009, (]6pd8|ScDlO3^0SlO3^ glOOcS. 

En-su'ing, a. next, following, coiooSS^odSooi 
^ooQiodQ, oo^l^^Gdc8^5, coi|.|SGdc8^5; as, 
the ensuing day, i8ioo^i,i^Soo^oo^i. 

En-tail', v. t. ^t^oSia:Sco9\co^m2\m2xcol^Qo2^. 

En-tail'ment, n. oo^^o:iloo8ioo^oD8. 

En-tan'gle, v. t. to tangle, «iooo5opp,«i©o5©ocn 

En-tan'gle-ment, n. oo^cx>c35op^,ooSec35dODl. 

En'ter, v. t. to go in, gS; to put in, oSgS, ei 
jS,agg5; to set down in writing, in- 
scribe, eigScoioa^c^805^i. — ^Enter on, to 
begin, jSoopooSotooS«i,Mc8^oD^»i. 

En'ter-prls-ing, a. active, resolute, ^gS«iog^ 
oo^o&too^giioS^oooosSsQioo^cBoD^^; as, he 
is an enterprising man, ^lOdbf^e^ yiooia» 

En-ter4ain', v. t. to receive and treat hospita- 

bly, o;^^c85,o58ooicgSopiyioo§i; to treat 
with conversation, 8^oDcB8SoocBtoDS,oo 

cSiOdSoS^SsoO^ Ql^S «l^c8^ C/\ Ol 00 0D8; tO 

amuse, please, divert, ttioj^^cx>8^(»oD 
cBi,Qi<j5Qi^yxo^oo8; to harbor, cherish 
in the mind, oj^ScSSsBS^cBwsodSodiodboSS 
^\; to take cognizance of, admit, ac- 
cept, Oj^Sc65ooS(»oSoD190CX)OJ^d8^08c8lbc» 

En'ter-tain'ing, a. amusing, pleasing, divert- 
ing, oo^?x)88tooS<jSo2^<^5oD8,a>^oooo8. 

En'ter-tain'ment, n. ooSoj^ScSSyioo^i; a feast, 
o^ScS^osS^ooooi; the pleasure derived 
from seeing and hearing that which is in- 
teresting, amusment, ooS<j5^5<j5|S,oo^c» 
0D8; the act of harboring in the mind, re- 
ception, ooSo;^Sc85ooSdB8^d3«80DioDtoDS^i. 

En-thral', En-thraU', v. t. to enslave, q^8(fen^S<^ 
yi,q8oo^oDScBf8ii. See Intheall. 

En-thr5ne', v. t. ( Eng.idiom), o5dB^yioDi8ioi 
05c8V, (Karidiom), dB^cS^j^S. 

En-thu'si-asm, n. ooSoj^aj^oosaj^cQioDSoSiooS 


En-thu'si-ast, n. a zealot, a devotee, c^icoioo 

En-thu-si-as'tic, En-thu'si-ast'ic-al, a. zealous, 


En-tije', t^. t. to allure, tempt, incite, giooojS 

05CO8,ODc8lOD0j5c8^G5CX>8, C^ODOC^OOoIoqS* 

En-ti9e'ment, w. allurement, temptation, ooScs^ 

En-tire', a. whole, complete, full, coi^i,o3€8^ 

En-tire'ly, adv. cDiScoiSoooo ; as, entirely 

gone, coiSo9ioooji,oDioD9,8oo^8oooo9,o8 


En-tlre'ness, n. completeness, fullness, odW 

En-ti'tle, v. t. to name, style, designate, aj^» 
St; to confer a title, o^^odoioQOd^; to 
furnish with a claim to, oj^oioo^, t^8oi 


i,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, fall, what; th^e, veil, term; pique; ddne, f6r. 

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En'ti-ty, n. existence, being, oo^c8|5b,ooSc8^o3 
f ; a thing which exists, oD^dS^SsoocosoD 

En-tomb', v. t. to bury, inter, oSgScoiog^Sp^i. 
En'to-mol'o-gy, v. t. ooSoj^ooSootooic»o5<2lc8jS 


En'trails, n. pi. ooSy5,c8^iooSQ8^coioooioi^i, 

En'tranje, n. the act of entering, ingress, ooS 
oOioocbigS; the liberty of entering, coS 
^Soo^oo^s; the passage by which a place 
is entered, a door, a portal, a gate, co^^ 
8jSc8t, gSooSoac^en, b @ oo c65 ^i ; com- 
mencement, initiation, ooS©8o§^ooS«i,«i 

En-tran9e', v. t. to enrapture, q^too^oooSoDcoi 
q)S; to be entranced, oSooo^S, cq^odoi 

En-trap', v. t. to insnare, decoy, q80D^aj,Qioo^ 

En-treat', v. t. to beseech, implore, beg, coqz^ 
vDcoQ%; to pray, petition, ocjooo^,oocx)q8, 

En-treat'y, n. solicitation, request, supplica- 

En'try, n. the act of entering into possession 
of, oD^gSoioo^oDS; the act of registering, 

En-twine', v. t. to twist together, entangle, 
o5o8 ^,060 o58,o5og?x)S. 

En-twist', 1;. i. ooD8,6SoDo5,^cx>o5. 

Rjiu'mer-ate, v. t. to count, number, reckon, 

E-nu'mer-a'tion, n. co^cSoo^gt^co^lASp^zS^. 

E-niin'ci-ate (e-nun'shi-at), v.^ t. to utter, pro- 
nounce, i8ooSoDc8iooS; to relate, 68o5iooS ; 
to proclaim, declare, q8ajc8po51c8ioDS. 

E-nun-ci-a'tion, n. See Enunciate. 

En-vel'op, v. t. to wrap up, c8^o5ooS ; to cov- 
er up, cS^ooiooS. 

En'vel-ope, «. a wrapper, a cover, 00^ (»oi,c5S 
0501, a>^c6^o5a8|Se)o5oDS. 

En-ven'om, v. t. to impregnate with venom, 

to poison, cx)1o2^S8oo^oof^,q8QS^88oo^^^; 
to exasperate, enrage, qtS^S^ccSooto^ 


En'vi-a-ble, a. tending to excite envy, oopuoi 

SsOD^OOlSjS^^, O38Cg008c8oD^, ODlOd£[8(^^ 
00^008Cg(^lOl OaooS, 

En'vi-ous, a. feeling envy, grudging, oo8co|5cdi 
odlyi,oo88^^SyioioooDS ; pertaining to en- 
vy, CD^ootia envy, 

En-vi'ron, v. t. to surround, encircle, encom- 
pass, ttlOD8lODS,QlO08l00S,Q8^0O^8ODS,8l00 


En-vi'ronp, oDS8ico5,oo^cx)8ioo^,a>SQ8^8i 


En'voy, n. yi858ioioaoooj^ajjo6oicBSoi,jiooioo 

En'vy, v.t. to covet, 0D8Oj|S,cx)toDnyia)i90b|^ 


E'pact, n. supplement, oD^o5t>j>5oc)lc8^; Chron. 
a term denoting the moon's age at the 
end of the year, oDSoDc8ia>c8coiooQi<^ 
c8f ocno8poo«8^^oooD(X)iSyic8c6p, SoisooS 
OdoS80o1d6^98^^oonocy3i^Gdooi^9ii; ^^S8co1 

V I w 

Ep'au-let, Ep'au-lette, n. (0080058) oo^o^^ooeS 

E-phem'e-ral, a. short-lived, cDio&cS^oba>|i 


E-phem'e-rTs, n. a diary, o55coiyic^8^^oo^oDi(» 
^icBs^ibs; an astronomical register of 
the daily state and position of the 
heavenly bodies, o55ooiyi(^8^jS <jS8iod1 

8l,00|S8l88lO280dOD8OD^100^O3|l, OO^IOD^OD 

E-phem'e-ron, n. oo^8oD^«oSoaooojSooi05c8|Soo^ 

E-phe'sian, a. OD^tx>888oo8^8^80DicB^ooj|ioo^. 
Ep'ic, n. oolooo2Sooio3S©8obiyacoioogioDSc8ic8^ 

c8x58b6o6iSai(P9Sodo8i, co)i^obioo^oo8yi 

«10D^C010002PJOD8|0091. , a. 00^«D888 

co16^o5i(^igioDSc8ic8Sc8icB S(»iSgiooo^ 00 

do, w^; fi&rly rode^ p^sh; exo. silent; 9 as s; {h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Ep'i-curOi n. ^looiodS^^^S^ Epicurus ooq, yi 


Ep-i-cu're-an, a. oo^eotSsiS^oDSiSooWiosi^oo 
Ep'i-dem'ic, w. a>Soonooioooopyianoiooiooooiod 

Ep'i-dem'ic,Epi-dem'ic-al, a. See Epidemic, w. 
Ep'i-derm'is, n. Qo^o%a:>a:l[l^Jo:>^&tco^Qcococol. 

Ep'i-glot'tis, W. fll8,CoScOl(»c88c8^OD806Sl»008 

Ep'i-gram, w. (ogsogf ) co1<jPcBS8ooooojS, coloo 

Ep'i-grara-mat'ic, Ep'i-gram-mat'ic-al, a. See 


Ep'i-lep'sy, w. oD^<gi^c68,oD^oo1ax8c^8,oD^colcD|S 


Ep'i-lep'tic, Ep'i-lep'tic-al, a. oo^ooi88^iSc88. 
Ep'i-logue, n. oo^oDc8ioDrflojiooSoo9Scoi a>S c» 

E-piph'a-ny, n. ^cocoa^coi^^ooSSa^m^S^^^ 

c8^^^boo|[^OOC^OOlpOOD^89D888 90^ 00 (Ql |5 (q) 
C8^b88 q8C^j5Ql (yi08&i8) 5ltt8Oj88,C01©^5 

E-pi8'co-pa-9y, E-pis'co-pa'li-an-ism, w. i»oj^ 
»ooSooi bishops (o55j|i8) oioof ooS c8|S §^ 

E-pis'co-pal, a. a>jSix)888 Episcopacy. 
E-pis-co-pali-an, n. ^\co^o^oj^cSS Episcopacy 

E-pisWpate, n. a bishopric, <»^€8^§^ooodc^i 

c^oDo^oDi bishop (o5Sj|i8) oooioioojS(fii. 
Ep'i-sode, n. oD^ox8igS©noOioa^oocfii8^y^a>op 

Ep-i-spas'tic, w. Jfodl. oooSjSQ^ejjoSboooSpcoioo 

E-pis'tle, w. a letter, c6Sc5pojSoD^,c5So8^o35|d8 

E-pis'to-la-ry, a. a>^co858o5Scoi(»o5^^oDSo^i 

Ep'i-taph, w. oD^<^8c^^?^cfi^9ioS(»8^,(^8c^Sbcoi 

Ep'i-thet, w* title, appellation, od^c6i8c8i 

OO^COIOD^O&lOO^glSoOCX) (^8 O oS (Q)b 00 o88, 

E-pitVme, n. an abridgment, a compend, a 

synopsis, cSSoo^c^kj^cSi. 
E-pit'o-mlze, v. t. to abridge, c^8^pc8ioS|5c8i 

Ep'och, n. the christian epoch or era, ©^S 

E'qua-bil'i-ty, n. evenness, uniformity, 00^02 

£'qua-ble, a. t>jic8588c8S,5o88o88,(iyo88c8S. 

E'qual, a. of the same bulk or extent, 06088 
o88,8^o6o88o88,odloboS8o8t; even, uniform, 
ojooiSoi^jCjcSS; of the same qualities, 
alike, similar, oboS8c8S,So88c8S,ooc8idSc8S 
00008 ; suitable, adequate, fit, oo^c8S,oo^ 

cbc8S, @i888oac8S; length or height, 

ojooiSoi^. , n. oDSobo88c85o5038,ooS 

cjooiSoi^, oo^opi 088 o8t. , V. t. to 

come up to, to be commensurate with, 

E-qual'i-ty, n. the state of being the same in 
regard to bulk, extent &c. ooSdbo88,ooS 
8^So88o88,ooScB8c85oo8c85 ; evenness, uni- 
formity, ooScjc8^c8ioc85,odSoiic^Soooo5. 

E'qual-ize, v. t. q^8So88,q8obo88,ii8«32c8S88c8S. 

E'qua-nim'i-ty, n. oD8ooooSoooloo^,oo8(fi^oiSdB8 

E-qua'tion, n. (o5i<Qjjip)oD^obo88c85oooD8. 

E-qua'tor, n. oS^cgooiS^f QSooSoo8ic6io8o3^tc8^ 
8jS<jji ^ 0D1 ^ g5aj<j^c8^,coioo^io88jooo5ioo8 

888jO305l8800001^eil000§l ^io88o88^^c8i. 

E'que-ry, n. yicoiooog^o8^8ioioooD(^^ooojS. 
E-ques'tri-an, a. oof tJ0888yi88oooop. 
E'qui-&n'gu-lar, a. oof oo888ooSo5^ifooof obo88 

E'qui-dis'tant, a« oof o0888oo^9Giao5i§o88o88,8i 


£'qui-lit'er-al, a. oof «D888oo^oooi^o88c8SodOD8, 


E'qui-lib'ri-um, n. equipoise, balance, 00S08 

4,e,i,6,u,j^, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, l6st,f§ll, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; ddne,fdr, 

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E-quIn'al, E'quine, a. oD^eot880ooD^,c8io5ooc§p. 
E'qui-noc'tial, a. ooj5oo8§805ooiodcr)cSScoifi8« 

^lC»^pSj^66o88o88, «105CX>86|,56orfl«S5JLOOC^ 
8808OOO^C3OlSo5ODlcX>dJ, SsoSbDC^ODlOD^^OO 

E'qui-noc-tiaUine, n. See Equator. 

E'qui-nox, n. ooooioacx)c8^ooi^i88^iobo88c85c» 
0D8. See Equinoctial. 

E-quip', V. t. to furnish with arms and milita- 
ry accoutrements, q^8(flp8«(»^oobi88ooS 
G5»oiic»€8^ojioooDi^8ooSoa8S; to furnish 
with requisites for any undertaking, fit 

out, q8G8^c6^00^00^nOd«3^COlOdOOQlOD^ 

Eq'ui-page (ek'wT-pej), n. military arms and 
accoutrements, 0^8805^809 ^oobiSsoooDii 
i»i6jSooojS,oj80DoDio5jSoooDi ; Suitable ac- 
companiments, retinue, oDSooeoiioocS^ 


E-qSip'ment, n. See Equip. 

E'qui-poise, n. See Equilibrium. 

Eq'ui-ta-ble (ek'wHa-bl), a. just, fair, right, c8 

Eq'ui-ty (ek'wi-ty), n. justice, fairness, impar- 
tiality, odScSooScSi, ooSoocgSB^fioto^^iooS 
OD^,cgS^i; to judge according to equity, 
i^^^Sc8c8:8ic8i,Soo@i809O3^booo88, c8 

E-quiv'a-lenge, E-quiv'a4en-9y, n. See Equiva- 

E-quiVa-lent, a. coio&o6o88c8Soooo8 ; equal in 
value, oo^iSo88o88 ; equal in force, o^oS 
ooodIsj^ (^o88o8t, ooSooo^Sx o6o88c8S(»OD8 ; 
of the same import, 0080^,000^050318 

o88o8«. , n. 00^06081 ; as, to give an 

equivalent, 00^ 00^060888900^00 01,09^0088 


E-qmVo-cal, a. of doubtful meaning, ambig- 
uous, oopoo80D^oDioo8o^oo(g)oooooJj5a>^j 
cDio^SoiSeSiSSc^; obscure, ooiooSo^od 

liquiVo-cate, v. t. to prevaricate, shuffle, m 


E-quiv'o-ca'tion, n. evasion, ooScx>c8i<x)SodoI 
odS ,odSodc8iooi ojodmSooi o^oooo5 OD ^ . 

E'r&, w. period, age, time, oDSooooioooDc8S,a>S 
ooSiOdQO^. See Epooh* 

E-ra'di-ate, v. i. cg^c8pooSoo8i, ^^oo8ic8^. . 

E-ra'di-a'tion, n. ooS^Sc8jS,a>S«b8oo8id8^. 

E-rad'i*cate, v. t. to extirpate, root out, obscS^ 
o§588(»ASoobi; to destroy thoroughly, ex- 
terminate, «ioD88ioiod1q^o§SooS8o<x)o5. 

E-rad'i-ca'tion, n. See Eeadicate. 

E-rase', v. t. to effiace, obliterate, oSc^, QS 

E-ras'ure, n. obliteration, ooSo[2toSogS,ooSQio5 
ogS,ooSg[5cg5,oo^ 001 oooo^^So^odODt. 

fire, adv. before, 00^18, odc6 ; as, ere you go, 
change your clothes, ooc8^c6i|^|Sodc6i^ 
001; ere yoago, eat rice, od^s^^0800^|^^ 

cS^oiooojS. See 06100^. 91 9G. long, 

adv. odo55od8^ ; as, ere long you will die, 

ooc85oo8S^ooo5c8i. -now, adv. as, ere 

now you have stolen, ooo^oo|S^o&io9^,f 
o^^oo^oa^ooi c8c6. 

Er'e-bis, n. hell, od%80oSc8S,oo^o5oocBS,odc^S. 

E-rect', a. upright, perpendicular, cj^ododSj 
ei^ooioj^^oocoS ; as, to stand upright, ooi 
ooi^ojf ooooS, aoiooi|Sa:gi ojS co ooS ; firm, 
unshaken, c8^oiSc8^o:jjii.— — , v. t. to 
make up right, q^8ooicoi^02|SoDO^S; to set 
• up, to build, construct, establish, o^dB^, 
qig8^ ; as, to establish a church, v^di^ 
c8|5odSqS^§^ooodcji; to build a house, o^^ 
cB^oS^oocjjip; to set up a post, ODT^cStooi^. 

E-rec'tion, n. ooSoj^^c8^oaS,ooSoidB^oo^. 

E-rect'ness, w. uprightness, ooSooiooipogjSoo 

Er'go, adv. therefore, consequently, (»|,p88, 

Ql O38S|^88,O00O888. 

Er'mme, n. the animal, oo^ScfiSSooooo^cS^ 
88008j^oo<^5oij«osgct>s9^o^ ; the fur of the 
ermine, oD^oob^^osaj^oo^Sc^sogiooaj^ojS. 

Er'mined, a. ooiooojdBjSoSscS^ ermine. 

E-rode', v. t. to canker, corrode, dS^oo^cSp 

do, wQlf; furl, rude, push; eA.o,. silent; 9 as s; §h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § fts z; :$ asgz; gias in lingen 

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E-ro'sion, n. See Ebode. 

Err, V. i. to mistake, «iooa)^a>|5; to miss the 
right way, wander, <^ioooD^a>f, cbaoD 
«jS,<feioD^ioDg^ ; to sin, «ib«008oo^. 

Er'rand, n. a verbal message, ooSgiyio^oD 
ojS ; the business on which one is sent, 

Er'rant, a. deviating, ooiooc^ioow^d^ ; ram- 
bling about, wandering, roving, cbioiSi 

Er'rant-ry, n. oo^58ooS«iodii»cd^c088«odSc6ioi 

Er-rat'ic, Er-rat'ic-al, a. eccentric, coicpoosod 
^^9COt^89dc8^8da^, QicSisSSsyioi. 

Er-ra'tum, n, an error in writing or print- 
ing, OD^C^OOQ^, 

Er-r6'ne-6us, a. erring, wrong, false, oooo^oo^, 
oocBoocSioojS; as, an erroneous doctrine, 

Er'ror, w. a mistake, a blunder, an inaccuracy, 
ooSoooojSoo^, oo^ooQ^, cc^oD^ioDttjS ; false 
opinion, od^^SodqjS; transgression, fault, 
iniquity, ooScSiodq^. See h%. ogg oj. 

Er'ror-ist, n. yioDioo^5oD«^oDS,yicoiooo8^oD«^ 

Erst, adv. once, formerly, long ago, coigiicx>i 
d8,o3i»oD^^«oDSoSioo^gic8^c8jSo«oo^, See 

E-ruct'ate, v.i. to belch, <x)o5icbc8pooioa5^^i, 

Er'uc-ta'tion, w. See Ebuotate. 

fep'u-dlte, a. learned, c^oSSoDcb^. 

Er'u-di'tion, n. learning, oQ^oocSSoDcb^orfloDojS. 

E-rup'tion, w. a bursting forth, oDSfiscfif ; a 
sudden, hostile excursion, ooscoSq^too^oo 
cScB^yicSp 0010391^1^ ; a breaking out 
of humors, oo^a)8dB^,oaSgc8^. 

Er'y-sip'e-las, n. oj^oSjS. 

Efi'ca-lade', n. ooSoSf gSajc85^\coi(p8Sc8pe8oD 

Es-cape', v. to flee from and avoid, shun, e- 
vade, ^iJ^,»?^J^,cD«^«,ojjS^; as, you es- 

186 ESP 

caped my notice, ^^i<|i)«88oocx)ScgS|^, 

, n. odS(j^i<^,ooSo&8^. 

Es'char (es'kar), n. oocBSe)oc8S«x>5. 
Es'cha-rot'ic, n. a caustic, ooco^Q|S0|, od^odqi 

Es-cheat', n. oDS^c8S8jS8^oDi(»(]8^c8io6Sooiyx 

00OlO10ob00c8Ss>O3l00OD q8^ 00^ 88 00 0J8 OO 

Es-chew', V. t. to seek to avoid, shun, oq^ 


Es-c6rt', V. t. to accompany, attend, obia^ib 

Es'cort, n. yiooojBooioofigiooSoDiooSo^cx^ooooS 

Es'cri-toir' (es'kri-tw6r'), w. a writing-desk, oa 

Es'cu-la'pi-an, a. c3o^oo888 Esculapius, odod888 

00^?X)888OD^«lO:3)ojl J^,OO^OD888CX)00^, 

Es'cu-la'pi-us, n. Myth. oDSoio^^opiooSajaoD^co) 


Es'cu-lent, a. eatable, edible, coio@it(S^; 

as, esculent plants, odSo5^odSo8coio@i« 

c8^.^ , n. coScooioDSooScDiyi@i8»^. 

Es-cutch'on, n. ooSo^^(]8^c^8oood8odioood^!» 

E-s6ph'a-gfis, «. the gullet, cBSogSo^ji, cBScj^^ 

cBScScoioosjioodScS^odScScO'i ocBS^isjoo) 

Es'o-ter'ic, a. private, coioo«i^oj^Soo^. 
Es-pal'ier (es-pal'yer), n. cx)^<jSc»oi, 8oooi,odS 

O2^c8l0J^8lO^8l,O06J1 0800^800^. 

Es-pe'cial (es-pesh'al), a. peculiar, particular, 

Es-pe'cial-ly, adv. c8icBo^ooS,oDy^oDo3i^; as, 
I wish espcially to go, 8^c6ioDa>«c8i56o^ 
ooS, 8^<i>ic>Doo8c»ySoDooiS, 8^c6ioooi:>8an3^ 

Es-pi'al, n. notice, discovery, yiG8jSogS|ag^oo^, 

Es'pi-on-age', n. mSct^^^^mSy oDSogSo^|5oD^, 

Es'pla-nade', n. oo^odscSSc^oocS^^oocoiodi^ ^ 

M>i>6,u,y,long; i,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, fall, wh^t; th^re, v§il, term; pique; done, fdr, 

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Efi-pous'al, n. See Espouse, v. t. 

Es-ponse', v. t. to give in marriage, aflBance, 
betroth, oi^cS ; to marry, wed, §c85o& 
ooi,oDc8S§:85o5oo8,§|c85yi; as, the teacher 
married us, co6^^ooc85^c8Syi; to take 
part with, oj^Sc85,gSoi©iiooS,Q8jS§iQi©ii. 

Efi-py'* ^* ^. to see any thing partly concealed, 
o6^o3Sc6^o5j5ooio6^ooi \ to see unexpect- 
edly, 00^00^. See o8i. 9Jt jq. , v. i. 

Es-quire', n. oB^oyS, yicoio^cS^8800oDioDSi,c^t 

Es-ea/, V. t. to endeavor, strive, q5oioD^,c:^8 
eii«ioo^ ; to attempt, try, wicgS, oScgS. 

Ea'say, n. attempt, trial, effort, ooS(^SqiodS,od^ 
c^©i«ttiooS,oD^oiflgS,ooSo8cgSooS ; a kind 
of dissertation, a treatise, oJSoDiyic^Sc^s 
(jjl cS^oo^o© oSoooQi. 

Es'say-ist, n. yioDioo^g^c^sessay odo^. 

Es'senge, n. the essential part or quality of a 
thing, ooS8,ooSooASoooo1 ; the fundament- 
al nature of a thing, ooS^SbS,oo^Soo©^, 
o^^ScosodojSoocx)^; odor, scent, perfume, 

Es-sen'tial, a. pertaining to the constitution 
or existence of a thing, a>jSoo88«ooSd3j5 
dB^oooS,cx)S (fe cfip c»9^,So&«ooSooo88ooS 1^ jS oS 
o3g8^oo^88(]8^g8|Soo(^,(^g8|Soooo ; as, our 
faith is essential to our salvation, ood^ 

^SoSoOG8^0D^880oSa^^OJl 8^ OJl CD g8^ 00 jS 

coio8Soo|); highly important, coio»o!jjt«8^ 

Es-tab'lish, v. t. to settle, confirm, qigS^&SgS^ 
o!jjiiooS,(J8(fl^oiS(fl^fxjjiicx)S; to enact, de- 
cree, ordain, oSc8iooSoo8c»c&5,6^^^ooS 

Efrtablish-ment, n. a settled condition or 
state, confirmation, coSc8i©Sc8io:jjii,odS 
(S^SSdBsajiiiiodcSH ; a stated regulation, 
a system of law, ooU^^|5oo8Sy^; a stated 
allowance for subsistence, salary, odH^ 
boo8^; the employ of any persons collec- 

tively, 0O^ad900yiO300C^1C0l0DS8Q1000080ai 

oooo©^oooic»cS^ ; a system of worship 
established by law, ooSog^ojioolopicpScp 

Es-tate', n. condition, rank, position, oo^cS^ 
oo^s88 ; as, what is the condition of Sau- 
wah? 8io1c»ooSc6jSooScB8oS6cb^- He is 
rich, oobo^yioaojsOTcSi* What is the con- 
dition of his brother? 058(2^bSoooi(»oD^ 
G8^c»ooSdB8gSSc6^. His brother is very 
poor, c»b|,^§^^8«8c8i; property, fortune, 
possessions, odoo^oi,9d|c8^0d8|S8^. 

Es-teem', v. t. to value, reckon, SjS^^b. See 
^. 098 9. qBoo8jScBod«8odS; to regard, 
prize, o5(^, oBcfeoD^SoSiSgi ; to regard 
highly, respect, revere, (^^odS8^8^. 
, n. regard, respect, ooSS^^p,(X)SoS 


Es'teem^d, a. beloved, respected; as, an es- 
teemed friend, od8S^8|S,o3828cdiooS(^cSi. 

Es'ti-ma-ble, a. that may be estimated, odi 
ooa)^ooS6SdBSg8c8^(fiic^; worthy of es- 
teem, COlO@l8(^^cSl,o5(^€8l. 

Es'ti-mate, v.t. to calculate in the mind, 0D03t 
cg^oD^, cBS^oo^, ©f ^^^Syi^ioSi^i ji ; to 
compute, reckon, ASooS,g8ooS; as, what 
do you compute the expense will be ? 
^g8cgSo9coiS©oo8«flc6^ ; as, what do you 
estimate the value to be ? ^oooo8n2S@i8 


Es'ti-mate, n. estimated value, valuation, 
cost, <x)^(3d02^ooyicdioooD^cn^oooD8b* See 
Estimate, v. t. 

Es'ti-ma'tion, m. calculation, appraisement, 
ooScx)OD8cgSb ; esteem, affectionate re- 
gard, O3S0&^8^,OD^o5<fe. 

Es-trange', v. t. to withdraw from acquain- 
tance, o3oSoo{5^coiioo^(»oo8coiy 100^,0 
9^co8^8yi,co^^^^ooa)8; to alienate the 
affection of, giooaSiooSc^^ooSng. 

Es-trange'ment, n. aUenation. See Estbakoe. 

Est'u-a-ry, n. an arm of the sea, a frith, 060^ 

do,w9lf; furl, rjide, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; ^h as sh^g as j; gas in get; s as z;x as gz; 11 as in linger. 

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Et-cet'e-rai &c. Sioo^ox; as, bring the slate, 
book, &c. for translating, (^SScoi^opp 

OoSStoSSisoO^OOOtQSoSoOl 03^ O^S c8^ o5S 00 

Etch, V. t. fib«(^8ooS; on copper plate, s6«f^8 


Etch'ing, n. oo^sbsc^tb. 

E-ter'nal, a. without beginning, ooSpoosoodSjB; 
without end, everlasting, endless, »oo 
ooiSoD(fl|5 \ without beginning or end, 
oo8^o6«odooooi^ooc6j5 ; perpetual, cease- 
less, cooojSi6,c8iogc8ic8S. , n. the 

Deity, Grod, ooe^cgic8iogc8ic8S. 

B-tgr'ni-ty, n. continuance without beginning 
or end, oo^QQ8i8iGdeo^;0|S,oo8iDd2X>^,c8i 


E-ter'nize, v. t. to make endless, q^scS^iSoS^ 
o^iioD^cSiojcSicSSj to make forever fam- 
ous, i^sogcfi^ocncSioo^o^oScSiogcSicSS. 

E'ther, n. (oSooiS) an element purer than air, 

O^OO^ODgiCOl03000ijj5oOOO»^CX)0^, ^^ CO o5i 

oooj^egbo^; Chem. oooS^ooooooojScoiodOD 

E-the're-al, a. pertaining to ether, oo^eotSg 
Q&ooi^; like ether, c8io5ooioSo3i^; heav- 
enly, celestial, oo^oo8§«^8^cot. 

Eth'ic, Eth'ic-al, a. od^2X>s8« ethics. 

Eth'ics, n. pi. the science of human duty, 
ooSo8pa>^d8ooi(»q8^Po5<2T c8p oo^ o« ooS oi 

ODl OQcSlOO^yi ODOlStOO Ol ODi 00 @it c8S ^ 

Et'i*qu6tte' (et'i-kef), n. conventional deco- 
rum, coSo^ojSoooDScspiytSSyiySo^oi, yioo 

Et'y-mo-log'i-cal, a. oo^ooiSs etymology. 

Et'y-mCl'o-gist, n. yiooioo^Soi^ etymology. 

Et'y-mSl'o-gyi n. oD^oj^oo^cosoSiglcS^ooSoocSi 

Ea'cha-rist, n. the Lord's supper, the sacra- 
ment, OJpOsSf 00lOc8S|,S00lODS(fi^cBp(S©O8 

EQ'cha-ris^io, a. pertaining to the Lord's 
supper, oopiDsSto^^esS^oOKpSS^. 

Eu'lo-gTst, w. y 100105 i8c8^o@iioD^,yioocSioi 

Eu'lo-gize (yu'lo-jiz), v. t to extol in speech 

or writing, praise, ©8o@n, odc6ioic8^ 

00S,00d8S S^ ,Gj^8 c6^ . 

Eu'lo-gy, n. oo^©8o@ii,ooS05jsdBp. 

Eu'nuch, n. <^io5^,cx>oD8S8ooigii(fe85^p8Sgiioo 

Eu'phon'ic, Eu-pho'ni-ous,a. a>f tosSs euphony. 
Eu'pho-ny, n. coScS^<j5^^. 
Eu-ph6r'bi-um, n. co80D^ooaj8. 
Eu'ro-pe'an, a. oop2)D888rB^8^ySa26^oi. , n. 

E-vac'u-ate, v. t. «ic8ic8, qsGSjSoDcSj ^the 

bowels, to purge, (Sc£00cx>8; a place, 

to withdraw from, quit, desert, od8c8^ 
cgSoocSS; a contract, oioo88i05ooo2^- 

E-vac'u-a'tion, n. See Evacuate. 

E-vade', v. t. to avoid, shun, og po08^8; to es- 
cape, ojf <^8, V"*-^*'*^^^' ^ matter or 

an answer, to quibble, bioDcgi,ooc8ioDoi 
oo^,obooiooc8ic8i ; to elude, o9pogSodoD8, 

Ev'a-nesje', v.i. to vanish away, 5og5^,oo1«^ 

EVa-nes'jenje, n. See Evanescent. 
Ev'a-nes'jent, a. vanishing, fleeting, cdio^o 


E'van-gel'ic, E'van-gel'ic-al, a. ooj5eo888o^5oo 
ooSoD8^oo8p ; according to the Grospel, 


E-van'ge-list, n. a preacher of the Gospel, but 
not a pastor, ooc^^ooiooSpcfeiobcSio^Sw 

OoSo08^050o8j5, OO^Oo88^^0oSo5 ^ 001 05 cBi 

m^ ; a writer of the history and doc- 
trines of our blessed Saviour, Jesus 
Christ, as, the four Evangelists, Mat- 
thew, Mark, Luke, John, yioDOiooio^J 
o&Soo9^Sc^iogSoi, 8i«8db, Siw^oja, 8ic^oo^, 
E-van'gel-ize, v. t. o8f cS^^cSyiogS^SSoSaooooob 

Mii|6,u,y, long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, listifftU, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; ddne,f6r, 

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E-vap'o-rate, v* i 

E-vap'o-ra'tion, n. ooSco6c8p,oo^ooag^ooo58c8{5. 

E-va'sion, w. a shift, a subterfuge. See Evade. 

E-va'sive, a. elusive, shuffling, oo^to«8io9c8i 

£ve, n. the close of the day, ^^e)o^c8i, ^^crf) 
c8i,^^9tc8i; the evening preceding some 
particular event or day, as, Christmas 
eve, ^^oDlc8ioDoo1o9^ltd^SGS^^Od^ico^ 

©yen (e'vn), a. level, «j»^'^^>^^^o?^; equable, 
calm; as, an even temper, ooicjoai^oi^, 
oo8oi^ooio^ii,oo8§o88o88g8c8; an even num* 
ber,oo^6^io^ieicoiSogBc8icoio^ ; alike, 

equal, cBtc8Sc»cot,obo88c85i»oD«. , 

V. t. to level, balance, Qicj.^ScjjjcBcjftti 

E'ven, adv. o^dbS; as, even the teacher could 
not teU, oDc^^o^c6S<^ooc^a>^; very; as, at 
the very time, in the very case, ^ooooi 

fi'ven-ful, adv.^xcoa^^co^. 

£'ven-hand'ed, a. co^t30(30c^Q^6^toS\^xcoScop] 
as, even-handed justice, oo^&^^^odcSoo 

£'v6n-ly, adv^ od^i8,o9o}^od^« 

£'vening, n. ^^ooi,^<x>18; the evening of life, 


ti'ven-ness, n. od^q^^^'^^* ^^ EvisK. a. 

E-v€nf, w. thatvrhich takes place, occur- 
rence, od^(n99oo8,ooSQiOdoo80do^; a con- 
sequence, conclusion, issue, O3^Ol0dC0800 
c8; at all events, (^03^9100^191; as, at 
all events I vrill beat you, <^oD^i9ioa<^i 


E-ventfful, a. cDidd^ibcDi oo^o^qio^ooo^ ; as, 
an eventful life, od8iooio^^^ibooioD^»i 
Odooiodi &xfxS\coc^S. 

E-vent^u-al, a. consequential, ooioooiodo^soDi 
coHoxo^mB ; final, ultimate, odimqiooods 


E-vent'u-al-ly, adv.. finally, coiSodooi^ ; as, 
Sau-Thoo was accustomed to travel a« 
lone in the jungle, and eventually a ti- 
ger killed him, 81020001^^^^^^10010^ 
ooSc!^oooi8ioDoa88800i 9 00 001^ c8^ 00 CQ^ 

E-vent'u-ftte, v. i. to end, terminate; as, if you 
are intemperate it will eventuate in 
your death, ^ o^(So2^c8cSt8tooo5Soo8SooQ5 

EVer, adv. at any time, oodj9ioodj^9i ; as, if 
you ever come to Rangoon, visit me, f 
Q^c6a{9^ooo2^oDc^oioDd^oi o6gS^ 09 St ooi 
coc^S9 ; at all times, always, (B8c^b8,(B8 
oaood3^58; perpetually, forever, eternal- 
ly, oocBcj^i8,ooo6^i8, c8o8; and anon, 


EVer-green, a. (c^^oo^) ccHcSoS. , n. cgp 

8i O^SlODl oo8800GO^o5)o8 :d. 

Ev'er-last'ing, a. c8iogc8ic8S, ooooooi^oDcSp, Ss 

c8q8,ooog(Pc8S. , n. as, *«From ever- 

lasting to everlasting thou art G-od'*. 

^9^0&l001^1lCX}1COeilOO#1l^p f O^Ogldd8l8l 

ooco^to^cSi. See it. go. j. 
EVer-more, adv. always, forever, ojioSisj^; 

as, 1 will evermore serve God, ojioSisj 

EVer-y, a. cB8,ooob^; every thing, cB86ib8; 

every person, cB8oib8, oDoBSyi; pvery 

day, cB8^ib8; everywhere, cB8(2ib8,ooob^ 


E-vict', V. t. to disposses, expel from, o8^i^ 
^^oo^Soogi80dOo^&iS8o9^c8i opi 09^ a^ y^ 


£v'i-den9e, n. that which elucidates and 
makes credible, oo^oDioo^^(2pc8^^ooo^ 
o2i9i@i8^Sb; testimony, proof, oo^a^ 
00008; a witness, yioDiooo^|S8^odOD8oooi, 


fev'i-den9e, t;. t, to prove, evince, q8^(}pdB^ 
00^009^02191^80^ o^Pc8ioooo8ooi 00^ 009^ 

ODTCO (>100O08§CPiS§l. 

do, wQlf; farl, rjide, push; e.i,o. silent; 5 as s; gh as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; 5 asgz; n as in linger, 

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Ev'i-dent, a. plain, manifest, ooioocjpooco^oD^, 
<jJ1^5^5^S^S ; as,. that there is a God is 
evident from his works, cgiG8^£»oS^p<jjl 

Ev-i-den'tial, a. indicative, oo^oosSg evidence, 

£'vil (e'vl), a. mischievous, hurtful, wicked, 
bad, vicious, ooi,(»oaiood8. , n. (na- 
tural) evil, mischief, calamity, harm, coS 
§^odScoS, ooSo30^8ooScx>§i ; (moral) evil, 
wickedness, depravity, badness, odSod^i 

OdSoO g^jOD^OD^tOD^ODW jS,OoSb8 008,00^02^ C^ 

oIoodS. , adv. evilly, §^co5, ooi». 

See 381. J Ga 9. 
E'vtl-af-fect'ed, a. cx>8ojj5,oo8od1,oo8odc8i. 
E'vil-do'er, n. a wrong doer, (^iodic»«iodSow, 

yicD-i00Qib8008O9^, y\coiOdQiooc6ooc8i, yi 

coioogioo^8(X)oj5ooS . 
ll'vil-mind'ed, a. malicious, malignant, ooiop 

OjjSo3S0&1OD^d8,O2^»1 t»8c8. 

E'vtl-speak'ing, n. slander, calunmy, oD^dbo 
d8|Scx)coiyi, ooS^pojijSSiyt, ooSStooiStdS, 
ooS^poD^i^oDoi, ooSoocfiio^aSi yioxooooi 

E'vtl-spir'its, n. oo^cgSoo^cJji, oo^Sod^^I, odSo^i 

E'vtl-work'er, n. evil doer. See oc58. 91 j. 

E-vinje', v. t. to prove, make clear, ^^^dBp 

E-vm'9i-ble, a. demonstrable, ooiowo^oD^oScjip 

E-vis'yer-ate, v. t. to gut, disembowel, o^acgS 

Ev'o-ca'tion, n. See Evoke. 

E-v6ke', €>• t. to summon forth, cBidB^oD^ooc^^ 

EVo-lu'tion, w. the act of unrolling and un- 
folding, oD^oooo^cSioo^ ; that which is 
unrolled and unfolded, co^ccyio^co^ooriSt 
ODODpc8iodOD8 ; Arith. ooSo(^8(g1^i (root) 
oDi^^A^oo8^y^ ; (in tactics), 03^001 o^aScbt 

E-v61ve', V. t. to unfold, c88odoo^c8{5 ; to open 

and expand, develope, ^^kjjIodScoiqoooi 

E-vul'sion, n. ooSabtoj^,oj8ajj5c§5oo^. 

Ewe (yii), n. 088. 

Ew'er, n. c6(»cBoDiooD^gS^c»8^. 

Ex'a-jer'bate, v. t. to exasperate, irritate, «i 

Ex-&c'er-ba'tion, n. See Exacerbate. 

Ex-act', a. precise, accurate, correct, c8iooS 
c8tfibt,o6c6cb8oo8; perfectly conformable, 
o6o8to8«c85oooo8, So88o8«c8Sooodi, cSiocBS 

c85(»008, ODc8l56c8500O08 00^, CD^cSS ^. 

, V. t. to extort, eoj^SooScBrBi^, dK 

Ex-ac'tion, n. that which is exacted, oo^ooioo 

oo^og^ojicDiooScBcBiio&^i. See Exact. 
Ex-act'ness, n. accuracy, nicety, prec^ion^ 

o:>^c8ioo^c8iQb8,oa^o5oo 001008. 
Ex-act'or, n. extortioner, 91001 ddeo^^oD^cBcS^ 

Ex-ag'ger-ate, v. t. to increase or amplify, 

heighten, 03c8i8^cB5, odcSio^ScBo^Sco 

oSo9rBS,cx>c8x cgoDdBib. 
Ex-ag'ger-a'tion, n. See Exaggeeate. 
Ex-alt', v.t. to lift up, elevate, 8Sc8|S,o2Sc8S, 

oSc8j5o8; to promote, dignify, oSS^oSco, 

ogpo8c8po»cK; to glorify, extol, oSc8^ 

c8,S8o§iig8|S. See It. ggs d. 
fix'al-ta'tion, n. See Exalt. 
Ej-am'i-na'tion, w. investigation, inquiry, o^^ 

oSogSoo88, co^oo&odSs, coSo^c^cnSfoSa^cb 

Ex-am'Ine, t;. t. to search into, investigate, 

ascertain, ogSc6ogScoioDS,o8og^Qo'i ; to in- 
terrogate, C^So588,03QOo88. 

Ex-am'ple, n. pattern, case, model, illustra- 
tion, Od8,oo8oo(^,9do^^0d8i, co^oS<^dB^ 

Es-an'i-mate, a. lifeless, dead, inanimate, w 
o98a>G8^,Odoo8co8dBp,oDioooo; dishearten- 
ed, spiritless, ootc8i^ic8io^,oo8a»A^ooa>I 

Ex-as'per-ate, v. t. to provoke to rage, in- 

fc,e,i,6,u,y,long; i,e,T,o,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, fgll,wh§it;th6re; v§il,t?rm; pique; ddne,f6r, 

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cense, enrage, oiS^cS^So^oos ; to aug- 
ment violence, Qis^cS^jQtftoS^^. 
Ex-is'per-a'tion, n. violent anger, rage, odSoob 
SjSoj^aj^, 0D88jSco9i5, ooSoD«<^idB^. See 


Ex'ca-vate, v. t. to dig out the earth, |pooe8, 
^pa)(fioo^(j^t ; to hollow out, as a canoe, 



Ex-ca-va'tion, n. oo^c3oc8,ooSod(S. 

Ex-9eed', t;. <. tobe more than, ojI^Soo^PooodS; 
aa, they exceed a hundred, dSjSoDcocAioD 
OD80o^,QEjl^SoooaoDi ; to exceed in length, 
cS^SooojS; to exceed in size, 8^^SooojS,8p 
•i^ooojV, to be more excellent, surpass, 
excel, 9ioDnj^,oi©iSooojS, cSodojS, ^s^^^od 

ojS. , V. i. to go too far, oooDio§S(» 

oi « ,ojSoo^o)ooo5odS . 

Ex-9el', V. t. and i;. i. 91^^, 910009^, oiei^ooo^S, 
gtoDoj^jODSogSoDSo^oi; in skill or ex- 
ecution, ojooojS, (^8|SoDoo^,oj«8; as, he 
excels in writing, ddb9^(^o3S9iu8. 

Ex'§el-len9e, Ex'9el-len-9y, w. m^rit, superior- 
ity, odSooioooij a title, 08^018^ ,08^00100 


Ex'yel-lent, a* worthy, choice, select, oi,oi8^ 
o\c8, oioo^S,a)pco«88oo>SoxoDScfl, oo^ootSs 

Ex-9ept', V. f. to leave out, omit, exclude, oS 

ooSog5,oSo§5. , t;. i. to object to, 00 

oj^cfiSoopjOOOD^woot- , copj. o^< 

oof; as, except you take medicine, you 
will not get well, fo^oocSoxSf oojSSsf o3 

oglopioDf. , prep, besides, GDI— oabS 

^,001— dd88f ; as, no one can save us, 
except Christ, oDid^Sg^bSglyio^f opiSf 

Ex-9ep'tion, n. that which is excepted, m^a^^ 
Odcof oo^oSoD^cgS, oD^coi odoo^S oof b ; an 
objection presented, cavil, dissent, ooS 
oDiytoooj^^c8Sb,oo^oooof J1O1000D8; offence 
taken, oo^ooogno2fQ^iioo8,oo^oooof 0dO98. 
See Exo]^T« 

Ex-9ep'tion-a-ble, a. objectionable, coiooSogS 
(3iooc8^cSf b,o3oicoo^oof , @i8oSo;^o^. 

Ex-jess', n» that which exceeds, superabun- 
dance, intemperance, oo^o25cB,ooS8f c^f 

Ex-jess'ive, a. oojSco888ooSo2ScB., ^8<fef dBs, (pT 
ch^£zj9^ch^d3z ; being beyond thecom- 
mon or due proportion, c8i^|Sc8i§f ,c8t^x 
c8i§i; too much, oilc^f dB8,»1oD5c^f dB8. 

Ex-9es8'ive-ly, adv. ajf8jf,^8^,(^fdB8. 

Ex-change', v. t. to give one thing for an- 
other, trade, barter, trafi&c, cjf oaSooSi 
ooiooSoooioDoiosS^; to change one thing 
for another, commute, interchange^ 66 
cSSooS ; to exchange places or abodes 
with another, c6c85oDSc8foD^dB8ooc8^» 

r^,oi2ti»c8Sc8|5c8SdB8. , n. the thing 

given or received in return for some- 
thing, oD^oDi(»oo|5oo^cbc85biaD^c6c85; the 
transferring of money by a draft or bill 
of exchange, o5S(^|,o5Sf ,o55ooiod03^^eoo 
8S,o55o3iooc6|,^f ; the place where mer- 
chants meet for business, oocS^^yio^Soo^ 

Ex-chan'ger, n. one who exchanges, yicbcSS 
oo^,yic8^f . See q8. j 38 jq. 

Ex-cheq'uer (eks-chek'er), n. the treasury, ^ 
cpi^icS^^SoDf ojfcSiSioiooecDioo^i, Sioi 

Ex-9i§e', n. an inland duty, impost, 00^008001 

Ex-9ige'man, n. (/iooie>D8^^o8foo8. 
Ex-9is'ion, n. a cutting off, oD^Sf oj^Sri^,oo^8f 

obScgS; extirpation, destruction, oo^oi 

Ex-9it'a-ble, a. ojfffioD808^,^§^o2fooiootooi, 

Oj^f 001008c8l, 008D,CD.1 Oc6f bl00098^. 

Ex-^ite', V. f. to incite, arouse, stir up, in- 
flame, c8fbiyioiooo98,oDcDfc8f yioiooo. 

Ex-jit'ed-ly, adv. oocSsoooj ; as, you speak ex- 
citedly, lODcSlOO^OOcBtODOJ. 

Ex-9ite'ment, w. that which excites, od^ooiod 

do, W9lf; furl, rjjde, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh| g as j; g as in get; 5 as z^$ as gz; n as in linger. 

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the state of being roused into action, 
agitation, ooSoj»oo%i, oo^c^^S^odsos, ooS 

Ex-claim', v. i. to cry out with vehemence, 
vociferate, cB8oo£c8^,cBsod@c8^,cBso3^]^5, 

Ex'cla-mSL'tion, w. coScBsoogcBBocScS^ ; a mark 
of emphasis or surprise, oo^oogicx)Q^oo 
00^0^^, Qiooo38$o5i(!),oc8t^ie^rS8oOT ex- 
clamation point. 

Ex-clam'a-to-ry, a. oo|5t3D»88oo^gid8pQioboDS,co 

Ex-clude', V. t. to thrust out, <SdBpogS; to 
hinder from entering, shut out, @oo5 
co^ooc^oSsodo^oo^Soooi ; to except, oS 


Ex-lu'gion (ek-klu'zhan), n. ejection, excep- 
tion. See Exclude. 

Ex-clii'sive, a. hindering, debarring, ooi»@ 
o3Soo^So880d02oogSco^co9i, odjS^sSsoo^oS 

Ex-c6g'i-t§te, V. t. to invent think out, og;^ 

Ex-c6g-i-ta'tion, n. invention, contrivance, 
oo^o2^68po8c8t|^^ooS, aoScx)ipcB^. 

Ex'com-mu'ni-cate, v. t. to expel from com- 
munion, eject, c8c8po§SoDiooScSp§^oo^i. 

Ex'com-mu'ni-^a'tion, n. expulsion, co^tScfi^ 

Ex-c6'ri-ate, v. t. to flay, gall, ooajji«ogSoo^oo 
o8,o^^cgSco^odos ; to abrade, (Siodc8i,c8i 

Ex-c6-ri-a'tion, n. an abrasion, a gall, co^c8i 

Ox8t,OD^c8lOC)CO|1 8. 

Ex'cre-ment, n. matter excreted and ejected, 
dung, oo^(»ojp; jFV^. ooSoo85oDd8^oo|5. 

Ex-crSs^9en9e, n« 00^0^098603^, e^oo^ooiod^t 

Ex-crete', t^. t. to eject, throw o^ %«§«cBpcgS 
00^01^8^81 So&too^ooo88oo^oo9ioopooiooSS 

Bx-cre'tion, n. that which is excreted, oo^ooi 

ooo6^«c8|5o§SbooiooioQ^ooo^. See Ex- 


Ex'cre-tive. Ex'cre-to-ry, a. oo^toiS* excre- 
tion, QOiOdq^s^scS^oo^ooSSoodS^oo^oDioofo 

Ex-cru'ci-ate, v. t. to torture, torment, oisol 
ooS^s^sc^iof cbSoj^Soo^^S8^oo<^ . 

Ex-cSl-pate, v. t. to excuse, exonerate, justi- 
fy, ooc8i^i^8ooSooQp ; as, he exculpated 
himself, ooboocSi^i^cBicjioaooi. 

Ex'cul-pa'tion, n. excuse, oo^oxSi^^soo^. 

Ex-cfir'sion, n. a wandering from a stated 
path, a digression, ooSooscS^rgSo^Stcbi 
910618100^; a ramble for pleasure, a 
tour, a jaunt, oo^obiooisfooisf^i, oo^obi 

Ex-cfir'sive, a. wandering, rambling, oo^toafis 

Ex-cus'a-ble, a. that may be excused, par- 
donable, 0D^^888O0^00lO(^cg509,OOlO§098 

^^i(8i<^S8; admitting of excuse or justi- 
fication, 0DStX>88800^CX)Q^O3l00C0SoO^CC>c8l 


Ex-cuse', V. t. to pardon, overlook, forgive, ^ 
ooScx)g|5; to free from obligation, JjjngB 
oiooS; to vindicate, acquit of guilt, ab- 
solve, exculpate, ooc8i^^ooS, oocBi^i 

^^^SooS; as, one's self from duty, 


Ex-cuse' (eks-kus'), n. ooSoocBi^i^oDSooof . 

Ex'e-cra-ble, a. deserving to be cursed, @i8 
Saoo^dB^ooi; abominable, detestable, c8i 


Ex'e-cr&te, v. t. to curse, imprecate, dB^ooi 
oo^5c8^0did8^c8oo^; to abominate, detest, 
abhor, oo8oo|5odiooS. 

jfix'e-cr&'tion, n. oD^dB^ooidB^cS, o9^oo|5dBfadi 

Ex'e-cute, v. t. to perform, effect, 0100^,0106 
cS^oo^; to complete, consummate, finish, 
016100S; as, complete what you have be- 
gun, 00^031 f 08 oic8^o5|^ oic^iodSiooop^ ; 
the laws, ^acS^^SiaioSyioDiooU^^ 

i,efi,0|U,y, long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; c&re, far, IftstifgU, wh^t; th&re, veil, term; pique; done^fdr, 

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000^; an order, giSooSoicSScSpboo 

oSs; punishment, inflict, co|5ooSb800«i 

Ex'e-cu'tion, n. the act of executing, oo^oic^ 
cS^ooS ; consummation, completion, ooS 
«i5iqdS ; a warrant authorizing the 
seizure of goods, c5So^^oDiodoD|S^^yiad 
8oooo8icx>iaDOD8^^^So58|^Syi(»ooS8 coS d5\ ; 
the infliction of the penalty of death, 
ooS oic^ogSyioDio8^©p^So5d3i. 

Ex'e-cu'tion-er, n: QSyicoioooB^isojcS^cDioocDjS 

Ex-ec'u-tive (egz-ek'yu-tiv), a. having to 
perform, coioaq^sc^dB^ooS. ,w. a per- 
son who has to carry the laws into 
eflFect, yiooioai^8c8Sj^So68rBS8ooiooSip^^ 

Ex-ec'u-tor, n. yicoioa8^^^oo^^iyiOD(»^c8S 
8^8pS (will) cSSoo^ocOobboooSs. 

Ex'e-ge'sis, n. exposition, interpretation, ooS 

Ex'e-get'i-cal, a. explanatory, CD^cosSsdbijjlGS^ 

Ex-en/plar, n. a model, o»8c»c3bScoioDSogSc8oD 

Ex'em-pla-ry, a. worthy of imitation, ooio 
@i8ogS8«oi^ooS; good to give warning, 
cbcxA 00 |5oc8^ooD8ad8^. 

Ex-em'pli-fi-ca'tion, n. a copy, a transcript. 

Ex-em'pli-fy, v. t. to show by example, illus- 
trate, ^(^oo^odiooSoo^S; to transcribe^ 

copy, (^8^0oSc6o6o08fi08, 

Ex-empt' (egz-empf), a. released, coic»^i^88« 
oD^oSiooSgi, , V. t. to free from obli- 
gation, release, «»'l^i^ 

Ex-emp'tion (egz-emp'shun), w. freedom, im- 
munity, ooS^^,ooScSf poogi ; the act of 
freeing, ooS«i^i(^,odScJjo§S. 

Ex'er-cise, v. t. to move (as the limbs), «ioj« 
«i08o^o8p6o5i6^i ; to exert one's setf, 
aj8c8^ASaj8c8j5crfl,qS«i,c^en8; to prac- 
tice to acquire sldll, train, «i^g^o&oo« 

193 EXH 

cDio&cx)ojo8j5oo^oo8S; to practice, per- 
form, oioo^Sc8Sooc8Sc8S; to use, employ, 
o^b, Q\h ; to discipline, q^8gic8,o8^c8d8c8 

So880D^|SoaoDS. , V. t. to put forth 

exertion for health, gico^(Pioo^giSo880d 

Ex'er-cise, n. a task, coSooioocDJSgiooc^QoSS; 
a religious exercise, ooSoj^cjiocflcjicoc^. 
See ExEBOisB. v. 

Ej-ert' (egz-ert), v. t. to strive, put forth 
strength or ability, make efforts, d^8«i« 

Ex-er'tion (egz-gr'shun), n. attempt, effort, 
trial, oo^c^8©i8,od^c^8c8^c»ASoooo1. 

Ex-fo'li-ate, v. i. c8iooo28,c8ioDc8i,c8aoDo5. 

£x'ha-la'tion, n. evaporation, that which is 
exhaled, fume, vapor, effluvium, ooSoDi 

Ex-hale', v. t. to breathe out, o51oo8c8p; to e- 
mit a vapor, oo6c8j5,ooooDdlcB|S ; to eva- 
porate, g^Soo8c8^,i^8cx>6ejoc8c8j5oo^. 

Ej-haust', V. t. to draw or drain off, i^icgicSi 
o§SooS(»ooc^ic»oDi5; to make quite emp- 
ty of contents, oc^8c8pooiSogSooSooi ooS 
^a; to expend the whole, consume, «x 
coiSogScoS ; to make quite weary, tire 
out, gic8io98c8iq5p,gic8ic8i,oic8i^8c8iai; 
I feel exhausted, cx)0D8QiQ0OD«c8i«Sc8idB. 

Ex-haust'ion (egz-hawstfyun), n. See Exhaust. 

Ex-hTb'it, V. t. (egz-hib'if), to display, show, 


Ex'hi-bi'tion (eks'hi-bish'un), n. display, man- 
ifestation. See Exhibit. 

Ex-hil'a-rate, v. t. to enliven, gladden, cheer, 

11802|S^CX>8^,<^8C2^8^0D808, 01^8^1^000)88^ 

Ex-hil-a-ra'tion, n. animation, gladness, gay- 

ety. See Exhilabate. 
Ej-hdr^ (egz-h6rt), v. t. to stimulate, urge, 

advise, warn, o8|Sffi|S,o9oo^c8^yiood82 
co^^icoScTloiS, oiod^^^yiodOdSfi^oo^oioo^ 

do, W9lf; f (irl, rjide, pysh; exo. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; x as gz; n as in lingen 

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Ex'hor-ta'tion, n. oD^a:>c8ioDco^c8|5yiooS. See 


E5-h6rt'a-tive, Ex-h6r'ta-to-ry> a. cS^Sioo^od 


Ex'hu-ma'tion, n. disintermento See Exhume. 
E^-hume', v. t. to disinteri unbury, f^S^cQx 

Ex'i-genyei JEx'i-gen-9y, n. urgency, necessi- 
ty, emergency, ooSrBrBi^,ooSoo^cBoDp^ 

Ex'ile (eks'fl), v. t to banish, expatriate, SSp 
ogSyiajQooooocB^o^b. , n. expatria- 
tion, banisliment, ooioo^S8oo^o3^(^G8^og5 
cSicx)iado&oorB^9|Sb ; an exile, (/loooiooi 

Ex-ist' (egz-isf), v.i. to be, c6pb,<^b; to live, 
cS^oD^b; to continue in being, cS^bdBsb, 

Ej-ist'enye, Ex-i8t'en-9y, n. oo^cSf b,oo^cS^p3^ 

Ex-ist'ent, a. existing, being, co^t£>%9ico^S^ 

Ex'it, n. departure, oo^oD8c8fo§5,ooSoD8c8^o§S 

Ex'o-diis, n. a departure, oo^oD8c8^cgSooioo 
c8^; the second book of the Old Testa- 
ment, dSfS (Siji). 

]Ex'-of-fi'cial, a. {Lot. ex-of-fi'ci-o), oo^|^oo^80di 

Ex-8n'er-ate, v. t. to disburden, unload, o5 
c8\ooS6ooSdB8 ; to free from blame, ac- 
quit, absolve, qi^^^iooiooSoSooScoq^ 
coiQocSi ; to discharge from obligation, 

Ej-on'er-a'tion, n. See Exoneeate. 

E5-6rb'i-tant, a. exceeding due bounds, ex- 
travagant, excessive, cOiod^^iodoosc^Srd 
b; too large, enormous, 8^c^^dS8,oA^^ 
c8<; as, an exorbitant price, ooyiS^cb^ 
c88; exorbitant taxes, odSo^c^^cSs. 

Ex'or-9ijge (eks'or-siz), v. t. q8oD8c8^o§5ooS6ooS 


Ex'or-9i§m, n. See Exobcise. 
Ex-dr'di-iim, n. ooS©8c8poDSo9c8ic»8j5o6i. 
Ex'o-ter'ic, Ex'o-ter'ic-al, a. external, public, 

Ex-5t'ic, a. OD10000^2)08S8COOirS^O\,OOlOdGS^o8^ 

Ex-pand', v. i. to open (as a flower), unfold, 
(8) o8oS|S$ to be enlarged, co^SpfCo9S^^ 

oo8cx)o8dB^. , V. t. to open, gBscSjS; 

to spread open, ecpc8^,oDoo^c8^,oJlo8^; 
to stretch apart, dilate, distend, oiSoo 
oDicSp; to diffuse, spread abroad, «i§@T, 


Ex-panse' , n. space, room, immensity, od^oo 
oo^c8ioooD8 ; the expanse of heaven, the 
firmament, ^8^c8^oooo^c8iooo3t, 

Ex-pan'sion, n. distention, enlargement. See 

Ex-pan'sive, a. dilating, diffiisive, cx)ioooDoop 


Ex-par'te, a. Lat. co8ooii8i ; as, ex-parte evi- 
dence, OoSo^^000080DlOo8odu8lOd8^. 

Ex-pa'ti-ate, v. t. to rove at large, 0619181; to 
enlarge in discourse, descant, 0908191 

Ex-pa'tri-ate, v. t. to banish, exile, qcoicSScgS 

oDiooodcS^; one's self, oDSf^sc^odoooo 


Ex-pecf , V. t. to look for, anticipate, hope, ^ 
oDS,ngScoSooSooc^ ; to wait for a desir- 
able event with some expectance, a- 
wait, ^SooSb8^^oDS88,cS^8«o9Sooc^. 

Ex-pect'anye, Ex-pect'an-9y,Ex-pec-ta'tion, n. 
anticipation, confidence, trust, co^^^oo^, 

Ex-pec'to-rant, n. oDoopoj8,oooSpooioo$^tc8|5oD 

Ex-pec'to-rate, v. i. to spit, odoD8cB^o§S. , 

Ex-peo'to-ra'tiori, n. spittle, SeeExPBOTOBATB. 
Ex-pe'di-enye, Ex-pe'di-en-cy, n. desirableness, 
advantage. See Expedient. 

Mii»o,u,y,long; S|g,T,d,u,y, short; c&re,. far, l&st, f§ll, wh§kt; th^re, veil, term; pique; d6ne, fftr> 

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Ex-pe'di-ent, a. o\b,a^(SSS^ ; tending to pro- 
mote an object, oiodiod^oSiodSjiooSS; as, 
•'Itis expedient for you that I go a- 
way." oocbiooSi^o^TOoiopoDScoiojSScSi; 
advantageous, desirable^ profitable, g8^ 

Ex-pe'di-ent, w. that whiclx serves to promote 
a purpose, a shift, a contrivance, resort, 
^ooojS; a means to an eud, ooSoj^«i(^ 

Ex'pe-dite, v, t. to hasten, accelerate, quicken, 

o9oi^5i^, ^8Qi o f ^ o 001 ; to dispatch, 
send forth, ^^looSoS^Sgg. 
Ex'pe-dl'tion, n, promptness, speed, quick- 
ness, ooSo|^ooDi, 00^959^1)111 ; an enter- 
prise, an undertaking, oo5QicDi0dcxjj]^8 


JBx'pe^l'tious, a. oo^eosSso^V^^ooji, coiodwi 

Ex-pel', V. t. to force to leave, banish, c8ogS, 
q8o0»c8p; to eject, throw out, ^8c6^rgS, 

Ex-pend', v. t. to lay out, dissipate, waste, 
«iooi5o§5,oj^oDi5og5]; as, to expeud mon- 
ey, oj^cDiS©,«io3i5o^f ; to expend time, 

Ex-pend'i-ture, w. money expended, expense, 
ooSooiSf . See Expend. 

Ex-pense, n. disbursement, outlay, cost, oo5 
«icoiSogSoo5,oD5coi Se . 

Ex-pen'sive, a. attended with much expense, 
extravagant, lavish, (]8^§8oo5cdiS§oo); 
high-priced, dear, costly, o^^iS^oooStS^. 

Ex-pe'ri-euye, v, t. to know by trial, try, «i 
ogS88ojf gib, oScgSSi^^oiSb; to know by 
actual feeling, oj^gl^SoiSooSoDioooj^^oDp 
8^oo^boo8^ooc8 ; to enjoy or suffer, 88b 
oj^^ ; as, Sau Thoo experienced great 
suffering, 8iogoo^ooS8^oo^^88f 8j5odc6S. 

Ex-pc'ri-enje, n. coSoj^Sod^S^od^. See Expee- 

lEKOE. V, t. 

Ex-per'i-ment, n. trial, proof, test, coSgicgS 

Ex-per'i-ment'al, a. pertaining to experi- 
. ment, OD^Q08S8Qiog^o^^,oo^^888o8cg^oo^; 

attained by experience, ooiodt^^gglf^oi^ 

Ex-perf , a. adroit, skillful, dexterous, fo;8^ 

ojoDioo^gSgib; as, an expert worlonan, 

Ex-pert'ly, adv. dextrously, deftly, ^gg ; as, 

he works expertly, (»bgiooS^gt,oobQi 


Ex-pert'ness, n. dexterity, skill, adroitness. 

See ExFEBT* 
Ex'pi-ate, v. t. to atone for, 88^^bi,oo^^^b8ooi 



Ex'pi-a'tion, n. atonement, satisfaction. See 

Ex'pi-a-tory, a. atoning, piacular, ooiagi^t 
^809^090^:9, QOiooo^^od^Ssoo^SoSs od 09^ 09 

Ex-pi-ra'tion, w. breathing out^ cessation, end. 

Ex-pire', t^. i. to teeathe out, ooo2^c8^,Q9lo8p; 
to die, oSb,o98oo8c8^ogS ; to come to an 
end, cease, perish, o909i^ogSb,(oo80iooo9 

Ex-plain', v. t. to make plain, oS^c8poo^oo9S 
008^^ to illustrate the meaning of, ex- 
pound, elucidate, cc^8c8^098o^)l^<]||1oS(]ip 
(p8og§; to explain the law, interpret, 8 


Ex'pla-n&'tion, n. meaning presented in 
words, explication, exposition, inter- 
pretation, ooSoS^lcfif 0^O9cBii»8o^; 
a conciliatory conversation, 09^09081^ 
a9c8i^c85o2iooo98. See Explain* 

Ex-plan'a-to-ry, a. See Explain. 

Ex'ple-tive, n. mScodhaiXch^S^mSf o^o9c8i 
ogScB,o9^ooc8ic8io^|5.-T— — , a. supeirflu- 

OUS, 00lcO^<^^dS8,0dO!2|18O9GB|S,c8lb^b. 

jilx'pli-ca-ble, a. c0Ta»oS(g)c8|So9^dd9^Qd8^c9. 

da,w9lf;fftrl, ru4e,p9sh; e.t>.8ilent; (ass; jh assh^g asj; ga3inget; g asz^xasg^igias in linger. 

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Ex'pli-cate, v. t. to unfold, c8»oDoo|5cBp; to ex- 
plain, interpret, oS^1c8^c3o^odo^od8^, oBs 

Ex'pli-ca'tion, n. meaning explained, explan- 
ation, interpretation, oo^c8|5(Q)^|5(g1oS^ 

Ex-pli9'it, a. clear, plain, express, c8iooSc6i 


Ex-pli9'it-ness, n. oo^c8io3^c8iQbs,o3^o&o6aosoos. 

Ex-pl6de', V. i. to burst with a loud sound, 

8Sos; , as gun powder, detonate, <^ioo 

^icS^oooj^^ooooS. , V. i. to explode 

a doctrine, ^^sngS^cgSooSoSpooSdBooSi. 

Ex-ploit', n. a deed or act, an achievement, 


Ex'plo-ra'tion, n. See Explobe. 

Ex-pl6re', v. t. cbisj^oo^cSSooSc^coioooofjg^gi 

Ex-pl6'sion, n. See Explode, v. i. 

Ex-port', V. t, cbiSSod^, c6xc8^ooS«jo6cncfi^oi. 

Ex'port, w. o^Soo^o9iQOioooo^od^G6i8SG6ic6^ 

Ex'por-ta'tion, n. same as Export, n. 

Ex-pose', t;, <. to lay open to view, explain, 
promulgate, dBc8^«oSc8^, oSc8oS(g1o8^ 
ooS; to leave bare, unguarded, o5c8ib® 
cSS^oDSoo8t3o5ooc8^cDpf <»&i; ; to set out 
for sale, cqscSpcS^c^ooSooiOdooacnbooSS. 
-, n. oD^o|28(2]1oS<g1dBSoo^. 

Ex-p5s'ed-ness, n. oo^(pc8^^ooio9 8 tJoS b oo dS^ 

Ex'po-si'tion, n. explanation, interpretation, 
ooSocj»c8pc8j5^1<»SoooS(»o^; meaning ex- 
plained, exegesis, cn^o^^o^^odSo^. 

Ex-pog'i-tor, n. an exegete, yiooiooc^tcS^cS^ 

Ex-pos'i-to-ry, a. a>^cot8too^oc^sc8^c8p^1oo^oo 

Ex-pos'tti-late, v. t. to reason with, remon- 
strate, o8^^l00TOO^O0c8lO3^IO0^Q»^. 

Ex-pos'ta-U'tion, n. o9^o8|Sy\coioo^o9d9ioDQt 
Ex^po'gure, n. See ExposBr 


Ex-pound', V. t. to explain, interpret, o^ioSp 

Ex-press', v. t. to press out, squeeze out, V\ 
cS^ooS, c^ioS^ooSoaoo ; to express the 
juice of sugar cane, o^ic8nSo685e»o5; 
to communicate, whether by word, figure 
or sign, q^8^SoiSooSoDioo^ooc8ioSoi,oDSo|^ 
oSoiootS; to tell, declare, utter, obcgloo 
^i^1g8|Soo^; to designate, c6iadot. See 
9 8i . o . oq; to send by a messenger, oj j^o^^ 
ooiyif^i. , a. plain, clear, unambig- 
uous, cSiooSc8i«b8, 060080100S \ closely re- 
sembling, c8ioSc8io5Sc8i«b»; as, "the ex- 
press image of his person'*, ooo9e^8^(/^ 
058ic8io5Sc8t8b«. , n. a messenger 

sent on special business, ooo2<ooioo8too|S 
coS (i^ tfiicDi cpcocbiSSoo^ QicSScSisSojSoo^oo 
Qioo8^; a message sent, od^»ic8Sooioooj^s 

Ex-pres'sion (eks-presh'un), n. a mode of 
speech, a phrase, cocSioo^ooSobbSoiiSgi. 
See ExpBEss. 

Ex-press'ive, a. indicative, ooioowicjlcSpooSoj 
c^CD^oof ; as, expressive words, o^SoocBi 
9o^odc8^a9c^cx)88; an expressive counte- 
nance, b58b8r^aocoS,bSq^8<glc8^ad09S. 

Ex-piil'sion, n. ooScD^t^dS^ogS. See Expel. 

Ex-punge', v. t. to blot out, efface, obliterate, 
as written words or a sentence, q8ocnQ^ 
cgSooSo^8,o[28c^ngSooSc^8; to wipe out, as, 
an offence, ^^o^oood^ooq^. 

Ex'pur-ga'tion, w. purification, co^qxco^co^ 


Ex-pAr'ga-to-ry, a. ooi(Pwtoo^o9^oo^. 

Ex'qui-site, a. exceedingly nice, delicate, 91 
cDiSoo8,9i8^»8,oioD^co8; most intense, ft 
ODooiS; as, exquisite pleasure, ^5ooi5qd8; 
exquisite pain, 8dliooiSo98,cD)f8ooooiS, 

Ex'tant, a. existing, oDioo(fi^o8. 

Ex-tem'po-ra'ne-ous, Ex-tem'po-ra-ry, a. off- 
hand, unpremeditated, cdioooogS^oo^S* 
Q009o^SoDc8ioooo80D^ ; as, an extempo- 

»,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; o&re, far, l4st,fftU, what; th6re, vfiil,term; pique; d6ne,l»r, 

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raneous address, ooU^obiobcSioo^ooiod 

Ex-tem'pore, adv. as, he spoke extempore, oo 

Ex-tem'po-rize, v. i. to do in a hasty man- 
ner, «iooSooiooooc8^oo|588oo^c5oobSooc8ioS 
eiioDioo8Soo|S; as, to extemporize an ad- 
dress, 4^o6ioo^ooic»oocfl^oof88oo^oj^o5 

Ex-tend', v. t. to stretch in a line, protract, 
prolong, siSodS; to spread, diffuse, oooo^ 
c8too^; to stretch out (the arm), ^c8^ 
^,cg5o8p5,^f <^c8jBoD^ ; to enlarge, ex- 
pand, £^«c6Sc8^^«i8^c8^c6Sc8^ ; time, 

ogtcScS^joSScS^ooaoioaoDcSS. , v. i. 

to reach to, oiSb, oi^c8i,opic8i ; as, this 
road extends to the river, c^ooo8o5ioiS 

Ex-ten'sion, n. a stretching, enlargment, ooS 
©iSb,ooSoooD^c8x,oo^^pc8j5. See Extend. 

Ex-ten'sive, a. expanded, large, broad, oscbS, 
oo8ioDoi,oo^oD8§8oo^Odlosn; as, a man of 
extensive benevolence, yiog^ooSocncx)i 

Ex-ten'sive-ness, n. wideness, largeness. See 

Ex-ten'sor, n. Anat. oog^og^ (muscle) odio^ 

Ex-t€nf , n. size, superficies, ooSooSf (»c6S; as, 
what is the extent of Rangoon? o^odoj^ 

^^s688^s68cbScb^; of a Une, length, odS 

oooSioacS; what is the extent of this ri- 
ver? o6a^oodBo5iso8o5i608G8ob^. See also 

Ex-ten'u-ate, v. t. to make slender or thin, «i 
jgoo^,»iooG68^oD^ ; to diminish, lessen, 
QicS8c8i,«i§c8i ; to diminish (a fault), 
palliate, cocBio^tSx^xSxco^crxi^. 

Ex-ten'u-a'tion, n. palliation, mitigation. See 

Ex-te'ri-or, w. the outer part, ooScaiSooS; the 
outside, oo^oDioo^iooS ; the visible de- 
portment, oo^ooooobSoo8cjpc8j5cx>i8. 

Ex-tgrm'i-nate, v. t. to destroy, extirpate, 
eradicate, oicoooiSogS, oiooaSingS, «ic8i 

Ex-term-i-na'tion, n. See Extebminate. 
Ex-tern'al, a. outward, exterior, coi8od8; 

visible, apparent, oDiooG8^<jjl,ooj5«a8§8ooS 

Ex-tern'als, w. plur. the outer parts, ooSooiS 

ooo^; of religion, ooSoj^ooSodIooo^Sod 

oo^09^2)08§8co88^o8ooS, coScqpixAoS\Q^ajS» 

Ex-tmct', a. quite extinguished, put out, ooi 

ooccnQScgS,ooiooc8igSc8ioj^Sog5 ; being at 

an end, ended, terminated, odooiSo5,c8i 

OJ^So5,OOg8^ CO! 100^. 

Ex-tinc'tion, n. ooSorf)«^c8ioj^5ogSb. 

Ex-tigi'guish, v. t. to smother, put out (as fire), 
«ic8i65cgSopG|; to quench (as thirst), 
oiocjjlojioDtojoo; to satisfy (as desire 
&c), gioo1«SogSoD8conSoDS ; to destroy, 
put an end to (as life), «ioDcg5(»oD8oD^. 

Ex-tin'guish-ment, n. extinction, suppression, 
destruction. See Extinguish. 

Ex'tir-pate, t;. t. to eradicate, root out, abz 
cDiSogBooSoooSoobi; to destroy thorough- 
ly, exterminate^ «io088io§58(jcx)05i,«ioDi5 

jfex'tir-pa'tion, n. eradication. See Extibpate. 

Ex-tol', V. t. to praise, eulogize, laud, glorify, 

Ex-t6rt', V. t. to wrest from, wrench away 

from, exact, c8^oDc^8(fi|Soocx2|j5Qo^,oioD& 


Ex-t6r'tion, n. the practice of usury, o58^S(fip 

^Sfoao5^orfl^^S(»@i8(»oo|S. See Extobt. 
Ex-t&r'tion-er, n. y\cx)ioo«iaD|t6^oo|, <;icoioo 

Ex'tri, a. coio3Soob5^,oopoo«88ooSoan^tSooc8S, 
cDiooScBico^yiooiS^, ooiooSc8ioo^yio&8 
8^; as, extra work, coioD^«ipo^yi(»88p; 
uncommon, extraordinary, cBicSo^ooS, 
ocH^SoacB^. , adv. as, this paddy is 

do, wolf; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 5 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in lingerc 

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extra good, ojoSioicSioSo^ooS. — 
from extra, a. 

Ex-trict', V. t. to draw out, aj8c8^^S,db«c8f ^^5 

(from writing), ojgcSjS^S ooS oa 9S oDi 

ooSc^8o&(j^x; the predomiaant qualitiesi 

as of a plant or drug, to distil, «nS 

oo^oo8,8^oDoS^. , 71. that which is 

extracted, oo^odiosod^ooSoc^soS^I^ScSi ; a 
passage taken from a book or writing, 
an excerpt, a quotation, oo^o^scS^oDi 
ooSc^goaog); a tincture, extracted from 
plants, drugs &c. essences, ooScxjg^kS^nt^ 
00^0080191, oo^oooSsoioiooioooDttic^cSfoo 
o5f (»8^,ooooSoD^oDiooS ^i^ooSS. 

Ex-trac'tion, n. See Exteac't. 

Ex-tra'ne-oiis, a. foreign, c»e)5^(»«)28(»«>5^oo^t, 

Ex-tra6r'di-nary, a. not ordinary, uncom- 
mon, remarkable, rare, c8iQ8,c8id3Sc8i 
«S; wonderful, c8icD8,c8ioo«iod«^. 

Ex-trav'a-ganje, Ex-traVa-gan-jy, n. wildness, 
excess, prodigality. See Exteavagant. 

Ex-traVa-gant, a. ool^S^sois; in language, 

bombastic, ooScocSiS^o^cBS; in feel- 
ings, excessive, undue, oo8aj^|^So3@i8oo 

00^; in expenses, prodigal, wasteful, 

QicDifo^l^^oo @i8 03 OD^ ; Unreasonable, 

Ex-trav'a-sa-ted, a. co^^x>^%^o5!^^^^^S^^^(x)^o 

Ex-treme', a. outermost, utmost, furthest, 
CDiooSsdSsfl ; last, final, 001009001^; ut- 
most in degree, the worst or best, 8^ 
oDooiS, o58coQoiS, fSODooiS. , w. Seo 


Ex-trem'i-ty, n. verge, end, termination, » 
cx>ooiS,038io88^ ; highest degree, ooSog^ 
oDODiS,ooS^8coooiS ; utmost difl&culty, ooS 

Ex'tri-cate, v. t. to free from difficulty, dis- 
embarrass, relieve, oiog^J^SjQi^cSpoji, 
ocj8c8pcjicDicx>SrBooSi(» ^i* 

Ex-tri-ca'tion, n. disentanglement. See Ex- 


Ex-trin'sic, a. external, outward, ooStogStooS 


Ex-trude', v. t. to thrust out, expel, a^8c8^ogS, 


Ex-tra'sion, n. expulsion. See Exteudb. 
Ex-tu'ber-an§e, Ex-tu'ber-an-cy. n. a protu- 
berance, a swelling, oo^^8c8S,ooSod8S 

Ex-u'ber-anje Ex-fi'ber-an-cy, n. abundance, 
plenty, copiousness, coSoo1aJ)8S8S,ooSooi 
coi^i^i ; as, an exuberance of joy, ooi^ 
8^8^oDc65 ; of foliage, ranlmess, oj^ 

Ej-u'ber-ant, a. abundant, plenteous, rich, 
ooicDi^i^i, o;no;n8S8S; producing in a- 
bundance, cx)iooio8p,cx>^c8^(»l3il8^8S. 

Ex-ude', V. i. ^f 8pdB^aj8. 

Ex-u-da'tion, n. See Exude. 

Ex-ult', v. i. to leap for joy, oji^goo8^,og^8S 

Ex-iilt'ant, a. triumphant, See Exult. 

Ej-ult'anje, Ex-ult''an-9y, Ex-ul-ta'tion, n. 
triumph, ooSaD8^8^8^oOic^i«i^S coS oS 91, 

Ex-u'vi-ae, n. j?Z. ooSoDia>S8ooSo5ioo^8ooScoSoo 

Eif-u'vi-ate, v. t. oDcbScSiogS; as, a snake exu- 
viates its skin, q^SoDcbScSiogSooooo; a crab 
exuviates yearly, ^foocbScSicgSoon^cx} 

Eye, n. the organ of seeing, ooS^B^; of a 

needle, cotliSh; of a hook, 00S00810D1 


Eye'ball, n. ^cx>f |j ; the apple of the eye, iS 

Eye'brow, n. bSoj^S. 

E=e'glan9e, n. coSngSoocjjj. 

Eye-glass, n. ^ooodooi. 

Eye'-in-firm'a-ry, n. oocSS^yiwiojlojioo^^an, 

Mii>o,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, I&st, fgll,wh%t;th6re, vgil, term j pique; done, f6r> 

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Eyelash, n. ^aj^^Sos,. 
Eyelet, n. ooS^SijjiS. 
Eye'lid, n. ^Sos. 

Eye-salve, n. odoS^^co). 

Eye'-serv'ant, n. ooSoooooc^icoioooioof oood^Scp 

Eje'-Sight, n. the sense of seeing, vision, view, 

oo^ooSoD^oj; the sight of the eye, oo^oo^, 

Eye'-sore, n. oo^^ooo§,oD^^o5aniOO^cg^oo^S. 
Eye'-tooth, n. og^b. 
Eye'-wink, n. oo^e^. 
Eye*-wit'ness, w, yioSpoOioo^SoSb. 

do, wplf ; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 5 as s; 9h as shj g as j; g as in get; g as z; 5 as gz; g as inlinger. 

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oo^o8^c8^c8oo^adc8i ooooSod^ oS 66 odi oo^ 
^^Soo^iSi; fiction, untruth, ooSc8^^S,<»S 

cx)o^8ooo(2|j5. , V. t. to feign, invent, 

devise, Sc8ioDS,cbic8oo^,€>^o5iooSooic»oo 

Fab'ric, n. a structure, edifice, building, c8^i 
oo^ooi(^io2^oobcDioo^od8^^ocB80Di fab- 
ric; cloth, mats &c. woven, ooSoSsgS 

9101,^^01910010003^00^00100^ 09 00 OOS 001 

Fab'ri-cate, t;, t. to construct, build, ogpc8j5, 
oi(bc8|S; to manufacture, produce, oic^ 
o8poo^ooiooS^oj8poj ; to devise falsely, 

&^0bl00^Q0l0000Q^09^00^^00Ol^ 6b 00 C^S 00 

Fab'ri-ca'tion, n. See FabeioatEo 

FaVu-list, n. yiodioo^g^c^^tod^sSiooo^. 
Fab'u-lous, a. fictitious, not real, invented, 
opiooodo^oo^od^oop; as, a fabulous story, 


Fa-9ade' (fa-sad), n. the outside of a fortific- 
ation, cBSoo^iooS^ the front of an edifice, 
00189101,05^9191001 odbS^ooS. 

Fa9ei n. the visage, countenance, ^od^,^8i 
^81; a bold visage, bS^ybSagl ; in the 
face and eyes of| ooi^rgi^, as, cBpcoi 
coi^Goi«^cgi^i; to make faces, qiojcS^ 

oob5,«i8SbS8S^1,ogpbS(^j5^1. ^to face, 

adv. b5oo<B8bS,cSfoDoiSc85odoo8,cSfjQoi^ 

Face, V. t. to have the face towards, ^ScSisij 
o&i8f||i ; as, to face the east, bScSisi^^^ 


Faf'et (fas'et), n. a small surface, od^isS^S, 
odo2^8^,(pS8oo^8^ ; as, the facets of a 

diamond, oo^^^oobSo88^, oo^^^ooo^^S^S 

Fa-9e'tious, a. humorous, sportive, oocSif lOOp 

Fascial (fa'shial), a. 00^^888^803^. 

Fa9'ile (fas'il), a. easy, ^,^ooo|S,^9^oo^. 

Fa-911'i-tate, V. t. to expedite, accelerate, «i5 


Fa-911'i-ty, n. ease, ooS^ooo^; dexterity, ex- 
pertness, ooSoSo^u^, ooSooc^Scx)8j5, ooS«\ 
^000^001 ^o^8^c^ooc8. 

Fa'9ing, n. oo^9is35Qio3ic8^oo^od^g1oo8. 

Fac-sim'i-le, n. oo^c^8QbooiodSo88c8S§8adSad665« 

Fact, n. a deed, an act, oo^o8oo^wi; a circum- 
stance, an event, an occurrence, 00^00 
9Soo62x,ooSoiodaD8; reality, truth, ooSo^, 

Fac'tion, n. a party in society opposed to go- 
vernment, a cabal, a party, (/loo^coioo 
ooc8ioDi^c8^c89)c8Soooo8§8o8^ ; tumulty 
discord, ooS«iooic8^ooic8iooS. 

Fac'tious (fak'shus), a. turbulent, 00^00188 fac- 

Fac-tftiofis, a. made by art, artificial, oAcb 
cS^booi yioo^oo^c^^S o^ 00 «8 ; fictitious, 

00^,00609 ^001^000^^0000^ 09^« 

Fac'tor, n. an agent, (^ioo9i^e8,Soi8a)^odo8t(^i 
the multiplier or multiplicand by which 
a product is obtained,. oo^ASodesocHcS^. 

Fac'tor-age, n. commission, oo^oooj^sodcbooiyi 
^Soofbooi od wiooS 001 910100C8S . 

Fac'to-ry, n. i8ooiyii^8(^c8^ 00^ 5 o5i5 gi 00 8S ; 
a cloth factory, i8ooiyii^8(^c8^ooSoS8QS; 
a chair factory, i8ooi<;iV(^c8pc8Sao^|i; 

ft,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, fall, what; th^re, vgil,tgrm; pique; d6ne,fdr. 

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PAI 201 

the house vrhere factors reside, Odc8^^ 
yieio3i^8odo^ (factors) gioo^ooi oo^i ; a 
number of factors, yio803i^8a30oc^i. See 


Fac-td'tum, n* coSo^QO^ifio^iwincrASiQiSzco 

Fac'ul-ty, n. (ptcouoox) a power of the mind, 
09^oo8oooD8toD^^888oc)3,oo80o8Qd098i ; a- 
bility, power, talent, oo^oj; as, he has a- 
bilitj for learning, oobgic8«x88ooSc^«8; 
ttie instructors in a college collective- 
ly, caDcj^cx)c^icx>ioo^^o8^c8ooSocy!rBjo55 

Fa-ciind'i-ty, n. coa^o^mSxm^. obs. 

Fadei p. t. , as color, to grow dim, vanish, 

o9^ooc^S5cgSb, c8So5tb ; (as a flower), 

to wither, c8i^8c8ic8; to decline, c8ic8S 
c6ib,oo6S(»oQnc8ieS ; to pass away, per- 
ish, c8i«Sog5,oo88in3S. 

Fffi'jes. n. pluK excrement, ooSo©|5. 

Rg, V. t. to drudge, c8ioj8c8ic8iccnoo^gie»«8. 
, V. t. q^8«io2iooc8ioj«c8ic&i. 

Fag'ot, n. a bundle of sticks for fire, ojp^poj^ 

Fail) V. i. to become deficient, fall short, lack, 
odooioo^i,c8icD8c8i§i; to become extinct, 
perish, c8ioj^S,oo88i; to become weaker, 
decline, o&6Soooolc8i©Sb ; not to attain, 
«xoo<^c8poo^,«ioo^^Soo|5; to come short 
of duty, miss, r^©isooSoocDioo^ia>p; not 
to accomplish one's purpose, to be frus- 
trated, o^SpotSxQcSaocbS^tD^; to be- 
come insolvent, cB8C5icx)qSooc»odiicdP* 
— — ^t^. ^- to disappoint, desert, Soogii 
aibooo8t^ootfaoo^; to neglect to aid,cg^ 

i^ing, n: a fault, a foible, ooWooio^oo88 

OD^ ,oo^o9oto5o^cx>^. Soo Fail. 
Faffiire, n. deficiency, omission. See Fail. 
Fain, a. glad, rejoiced, inclined, oD8^,oc)tcfi^. 

, adv^ gladly, cd^ojoo*, cdtooSods^; 

as, fain would I be good, o>^8j5<^ooodiodi 


yioooioool; fain would I go, oo^o&^oofcobi 

Faint, a: weak, languid, worn-out, (in differ- 
ent ways), c8ioj8c8ic5l,c8io5pc8ic8i,c8i^« 

c8ic&,b558oj^s)8coT; , as color, ooc^Sod 

oioDoScDp; , as sound, coogSooB^oo^, 

d8|SoooioDoi8i ; dejected in mind, depres- 
sed ,008 00 6^ 00 odI c8i 9S b. , V. f . to 

swoon, oSooogScSoDogS. 

Fainf-heart'ed, a. timorous, dejected^ oc)8{oo 

Faint'ness, n. See Faint. 

Fdir, a. white (in complexion), bSoDJSols^tft; 
handsome, oib,o5oDib; clear, open, pure, 

cov^co^] , as wind, coo5ioo|Sb; frank, 

candid, honest, oo^cSooS^ioocSf , <Jjl8f b^ 
<^i; impartially upright, just, c8c8c8ic8i; 

, as hand writing, oo^c^888c8Sodo5S 

co^; unspotted, spotless, immaculate, ooS 
o5^ojj8pcxj)8ooc6^; to become fair weather, 

(^8^)oD^c8^,©bic8^, , n. the fair 

sex, 8S^^85Qn; a stated great market j 

Fdir'ness, n. clearness, honesty, candor. See 

Faib. a. 
Fdir'y, n. a fay, a sprite, oDd8^^^oo1,^^oj80D 

Faith, w. belief, credence, oo^^S,oo^|^oo^^S ; 
trust, confidence,oD^ki, oo|Soo^^i; to have 
faith in Christ, oo|Soof^iadOD80Di9^S, f^^ 
oji^SojioSS; faithfulness, fidelity, con- 
stancy, ooiooojScfijOj^^cfioosc^i. 

Faith'ful, a, adhering to truth, and duty, trus- 
ty, «ic8c8c8ic8i6ooS«ic85c8ioo^(8ic»o88, 
001 oooScSoocoog^. 

Faith'ful-ness, n. See Faithful. 

Faith'less, a. ooiaooocg^oocSoo^, c^pcSoDsc^ioo 
S^co^^ unbelieving, discrediting, coiooS 

Faith'less-ness, n. See Faithless. 

Fa'kir, Faquir, w.gidBcoooojScoacSiooiogooo^, 

F§Vchion, n. ScBaoocttojS. 

i?,W9lf; furi, rjide, poish; e,f;o.^ent; 9 asB; jh aashj g as j; g as in get; § as z; x asgz; n^as in linger, 

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Fal'con, n. the bird, oSSoooDogS; a sort of gun, 

Fal'con-er, n. yioDic»o8^c8c6SSo8tQoooSoo8p^^^ 

Fgl'con-ry, n. ooS«iooioo8{Sc8^oi ©Sot cx)io55 

Fall, V. i. to drop down, sink, c8i; from 

a higher to a lower place, c8i(^S; 

from an erect posture, S\t&\ ;— , as 

the countenance, to become abashed, ^S 

cSi^i, ^ScSi^ii ^58Sc8i, hSSx 05 yS; 

from a situation, (»c8Sc8i^5; from 

a stem, to drop, cSijgijcSifijjcSijgi; 

from a good estate, d3io9Q^,o&i8ib ; to 
be slain as in battle, 09^03001(^802'^^'^ 9 
to come to an end, ooooi^; to happen, 
come to pass, befall, QioaoDsb, <^c8^b ; 
to fall in price, oo^ncoscBijicQi ; to be- 
come lower, ^^c8i; to languish, decline, 
c8iq9sc8ic6i ; the dew falls, oSiooc8ig; 
the rain falls, ooS^^icSi, — ^Fall astern, 
cS^cSiobSooi 00^08^9; as, that ship has fal- 
len astern of us, ooc6ooboooppc8^c8i<^5 
ooioc8Soo5.— Fall away, to become lean, 
emaciate, o5ic8i; to decline from, a- 
postatize, ooooocnngS, 099) 8|5 o, Ss 2p; to 
break faith, QioDsSiodoso^^; to fall from 
virtue, c8ioo«^,c8iqi^.— Fall back, to re- 
treat, recede, give way, c^iooiflojioocSSo; 
to fail of performing a purpose, oolcowi 
ooS^k^ttioonoopboo^. — ^Fall down, to 
sink down, cSi^i, c8ios, cSioo^s, cSioocnt; 
to become prostrate, bow, bend, c8icBS, 
c8io5i,c8ib.— Fall headlong, c8i8^j,c8i5§ 
8^.-Fall head first, c8id6S8^8^,c8t^i 
02|6bS,c8i«5iog8bS.— Fall foul of, to at- 
tack, assault, <»ioD^8, Qioo^8oopo68, oop 
800^068.— Fall flat, c8ib,c8iag8.— Fall in 
with, to agree, concur, oo8c8ioc8S, ooi^ 
cSiOdoos; to meet with, oojSoooiS, oo^oo 
«85.— Fidl into (a hole), d3iooic8i§t; to 
come into the hands of, o^iod^ ^i. — ^Fall 
oSj to drop, as leaves from a tree, c8t 

@ic8i§c8igi; as hair, 8po2c8idb8,8pogc8i 
8^; as a ship, 09c8oog6o^80DiQdc^ ; to a- 
postatize, forsake, 882^- — ^Fall on, so as 
to cover, cSioigiSooi. — Fall out, to hap- 
pen, occur, O105098 ; to quarrel, oo^cSS, 
ooS oopcSS £t oji .—Fall perpendicularly, 
c8i«b8aj)iaj)i. — Fall point foremost, c8i 
66S5§8p.— Fall short, to fail of reach- 
ing, 000(2800^ ; to be insufficient, ooooioo 
^loop, ooooloojS. — ^Fall through (a cre- 
vice), c8i^8,c8ic88 ; as through a hole 

in a pocket, c8ic88* , w. descent, 

ooSc8iobS,ooSc8ic2Sc8idb5,ooSc8io5i; down- 
fall, degradation, ruin, ooSoo88i,ooSc8ioo 
<»p; depreciation, o^yiodoo^^icSi; aposta^ 
sy, defection, 00^882^ ,ooSoo88ioorfloji ; a 
sinking of tone, oo^ooooo2^c8i08, od^oooo 
02^©Sc8ib; a declivity, ooSc8ifij,o9So5oi 
c8i; a cataract, a cascade, oocSis^cSi^i; 
autumn, oSoocoioooocSSooi ooS 8S oa c8S ^ 
oo(»poDi o^p oojS op oop ^^ 5^ Q*^ ^ b. See 
Fall. v. i. 

Fal-la'cious, a. coiooc8^Soo^,coi05<j[pox,oo^9i 

Fal'la-9y, n. deception, deceit, 00^0800^91,00^ 
^019100^509 oooi^l^oop, ooSooio^c8^^ ^1 

Falli-biri-ty, n. See Fallible. 

Fal'li-ble, a. Uable to deceive or be deceived, 

Fftll'ing-sick'ness, n. ooSocn^SdB8. 

F§ll^ing-star, n. co|SQ2i,8op<^ioGBpOdJ). 

Fal'low, a. pale red or yellow, as the fallow- 
deer, 81 d8, 03 c^^ 81 c8 ; uncultivated 
(ground), odc8S^yiooQt65Qio8ooiioop, 00 
oj^pc8i<j[|8c8ioonoopooSoop, oSp, c6c8. 

F§lse, a. not true, not right, ooo^oopoo^oop- 
cooopoop,oooSooc6oop; perfidious, treach- 
erous, ooiooo902^oot8i; deceitful, dishon, 
est, oopcD888oo^c8oo^9i; connterfeit, hyp- 
ocritical, oDioooott^oopod^^f SoDp ; feign- 
ed, OOp<D88800^a)0^8090!J}P« 

F§W-hearf ed, a. odooio3cSoo@^* 

ft,e,if6,{i,y>long; i|e,i,o,u,y, short; c&re, far, I4st, f§ll, wh^t; th^re, vfiil, term; pique; ddne, fOr, 

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F§l8eTiood, n. lying words, a lie, an nntmth, 
oo^oocBiooo^coocjip* See False. 

F§lB'i-fy, V. t. to counterfeit, forge, oioSScb 
cB^cS, c^sSsc^ioiodf c8SSo88ooooc8^^oo^oo 
oioi(p8^; to prove to be false, t^ ^ooSoon 
oooDoSoD^ooo^; to tell lies, lie, oDcoioDaga 

Fgls'i-ty, n. See Falsehood. 

F|l'ter, V. i. to hesitate in speech, stammer, 
09cBaoo^o^80os,cx)c8ioo^o^8o^80o«ooi; to hes- 
itate in action, vacillate, gioioogi»t, 
o^Sooow ; to falter in the leg, to totter, 
tremble, 8Sc8ioc8S ; to speak faltering- 
ly, ox8xooio3o;^^o;^^,ooc8ioo^o^8CP8o^80di. 

Fame, w. notoriety, celebrity, qo\o^S^:£\Sx] 
reputation, honor, ooSi8o@ii,aoSooiaD8i* 

Famed, a. cDJ5o9Sojc8^oo1c8ib. See Famous. 

Fa-mfl'iar, a. well acquainted, coio^gS«i,^ 
|^^o9(B8c8Soco8 ; intimately acquainted 
with, coio(^^g1^SoiSooSo38o§8d^c^8 ; a 
familiar place, iScSS^cJ^; courteous, 
free, easy, affiable, oSc^yioiSodojsodoo^ 
ooo8i,^88(6i^f ^^^S<jS; well versed in, g 
^^00^ ; as, Sau Gau is familiar with the 
Bible, 8i8n^ggS9ic8o8c8o3^<x)io5S8s^oo 

^. , n. an intimate, a companion, 

(/xcx>nodOj|S^o^^88c66ooo9e ; a demon in 
league with a man, o8|S8i8^8iQOioo<|^88y\ 

Fa-mil-iar'i-ty (fa-mil-yar'i-ty), n. acquain- 
tance, intimacy. See Fahilliab, a. 

Fa-mfl'iar-ize, v. t. to habituate, accustom, q^8 

Km'i-ly, n. a household, o5^8t88oococ^i ; a 
race, a tribe, oo^qo|^; a kind, an or- 
der, 0^000^,00000^5; kindred, 8o288a3^. 

F&m^e, n. dearth, oo^oo^5ic8\8. 

Fam'ish, v. i. to be hungry, g8^&\g8^«^i; to 
die of hunger, iSci; to starve, oSiSi, ^^ 

oScbiSi. , V. t. to starve, oSSioS 

«bi; to starve to death, o5§^o&. 

Fa'mous, a. notorious, Odoio2c8^oo1c8i,oo^8 
88oo^ooooiooocn, 00^10888 oodS^ oooDi^ ; as, 

Sau-Wah is femous for probity and vir* 
tue, 8icnoooicJ^8ei8ooSoi, O9c8ioo^c6b889i 
ood8Scoooi^o8b o^a^8oo808c8i; renowned, 
noted, celebrated, OdSio^cB^ocncSicoiad 
oo^oioio;noGnooc8; illustrious, GB^Siodcox 

Fan, n. for cooling the face, ^^5^; for win- 
nowing grain, cBScbS. , v. t. to cool 

with a fan, §^,§^o9o{^&^ooqS8; to win- 
now, t30t; to winnow paddy, toiopobto^; 

including other motions of the fan, 


Fa-nat'ic, n. yioDiodc^8ei8f8Q802|Scjioo1o2io:>^Od 


Fa-nafcal, a^ coiooqioo^S fanatic o^8. 

Fa-riat'i-9ism, n. enthusiasm, superstition, ooS 
001 fanatic ^g^^^tb. 

Fan'9i-er, w. one who is governed by fancy, <j\ 
oooicoioaoooo8dBcx)8^^SooS ; one who has 
a special liking for; as; a dog-fancier, 
yicoiooob|S88S802^og|Sad0902Sa3c^S; a bird- 
fancier, C^00lO0C^88O2|^c8^0dlod1. 

Fan'ji-ful, a. imaginative, ideal, whimsical, 

Fan'jy, n. (op4i),a modification of the imag- 
ination, a conceit, oosdBSjSooi^^, S^ft^oo 
CD8^^o3^SoitS|i ; a thought, an opinion, 
a conception, oosdSS^oo^; a liking, o^sob^ 

880oS. , t^. t. to imagine, ooo58ng^; to 

think, d3oo8|5oo^ ; to be pleased with, 
like, d^88,oo^odoo8. 

Fane, n. a temple, a church, ocnoo^adc8^,oo^ 

Fang, n. a tusk, bc8, oogoS;^ a claw or talon, 
oo^f o|S8|So|Scoiodc8io5bdB; the root of a 
tooth, bSooA^. 

Fanged, a. gB^88oo fang. 

Fan-tas'tic, Fan-tas'tic-al, n. oo^sSt fancy. 
Far, a. distant, remote, o5i,8i|i,«i^oooDiS. 
, adv. distantly, o5io5t,o5io5iooc65, 

•1^00001^; as, far better, 91000^^0885; 

wider by far, ob^ooop^oscb^. 

do,w9lf;farl,riide,p9sh;e.i.(>.8ilent; 9ass; 9ha88h;ga8j;gasinget;sa8z;sa8g^^ 

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Far'-fetohed, a. brought from a distance, oo^ 
e9d88oo^cb9S€Oiooo5i| co^qoiSio3^88ooio9^ 

Far96i n. ooSoSgiwoosSoSiSgi, oD^wiSacBSq^oo^ 

Kry'ic-al, a. ludicrous, co^cbtSt farce. 
Far'-del, n. 00^08^,00^5x1. obs. 

Pare, v. i. to be in some state, good or ill, 
oo^coSoSioDSgi; to fare well, od^oo^^Sod^ 
oil ; to fare ill, oo^ooSoo^5oDon,oo^o3Scfi 

oo^i ; to feed| eat, (S^od^cSodS. , n. 

the price of passage, cn>8s^(popddo6, ^8i 
ood88i,c5^ic8i8i(»c6; food, provisions, 

P&reVell, inU 8if^p^p^p^S^S,8i^iooS^p^p 

Fa-ri'n&i n. pollen, oo^od^ioogs, oo^odod ^^ ; 

starch, oQ^md^co^oood^o^ot,D^ioe^8iQ^ 

9i8to}(fiiooiG69i9iooa3^^i<bS|^o (Bs t&\ 

001 farina. 
Pir^i-na'ceoiis, a. mealjr, starchy, oo^qdsSsoo^ 


Farmi n. land rented, iS8i^«8icoi9i^Qib; 
the privilege of using or selling, ooSooi 
moioo^cDiooc2poBp90eod«8 ; cultivated 
ground, c^8poooD8t^c^i«iiSQi^i, oi^agi 

oS^ ; -house, oS^oftioo cS^ b coi farm 

00^1. , V. t. to lease, c1c8i; to take 

oh lease, cl^^; to fkrm out, o3^ooSi5i,i^« 
oioo^(8\ooiodo9^fOd«3; to cultivate landy 

FMm'er^ n. jtooio&cS^Sgfarm; a cultivator, 
an agricultrist, a husbandman, yiooioa 

Parm'ing, n. O9^iio:^mcoi0»oop8oa8io2^c8i(]i|ii 


Far'mosty a. oooSio^ooi^. 

Fir''-o£^ aett;. at a distanoe^ •iWcoi^;*— 
part, as jbintsi •6oocbS,eScb^fi8^. 

Par-r&'gOi n. a medley, odSoo§Sod3i,oo^c)||^c^ 

. oooot. 
Par'ri-er, n. a sheer of horses, jiooioown^^ro 
o^ooS^t^; a horse-doctor, ooop^oooDoS^ 

Par'row, v. t. cS88Sgc8i(»8. , n. a litter 

of pigs, cSsSoooD^^iooiodOO^^^cSibood^ 
fdB. -, a. <^8^QoiodoD^dBiOD^0d8,cgib 

f^r'-s^ht^ed, a. m^zozdn^Sc&^coHcoio^c&x. 

Far'ther, a. c&\<x>co%9i^xcoo^^. , ddv. sj 

^iSs; as, go farther, obisj^^ 

Far'thest, a. o5\ododiS,8i^iodooi^. , adv. 

to the greatest distwce or extent; as, 
he went farthest, o©bo^io5ioooDi^c8i. 

Far'thing, n. ab<£t%zhcotS\. 

Fas'9e8, n, pi. ^QioooS^Odoo^of ^coi^nao«i. 

Fas'ji-cle, Fas-jic'u-lus, n. J5o^.'coSooa>8^; 
Anat. o2i8(S^8SoooDflo6iooc8o»^8sco 
o2|^«co8Sd3^coio^doo:^<^i(8|p (^zcbS^ fasci- 
cle ODcBcBl. 

Pas'gi-nate, t^. t. to bewitch, enchant, qx^co 
yiSo8i8oo3(^^s2^oo^ ; to please greatly, 
charm, captivate, wio6^8f,gib5oo^yi. 

Fa8-9i-na'tion, n. enchantment, witchcraft 
See Fascinate. 

F&8'9ine, n. t^^^^o^gooooS^ooiytqtod^Sooe^ 

Fash'ion (fash'un), V. t, to form, mold, qtcb 
08^00^000^ od8i,oo3Qd(^S; to fit, adapt, 
Qio3^0d^isodOD^(Po8s ; to make accord- 
ding to prevailing usage, cx>obScoSiaA% 
00O9G8lOc8&8«yi(Pl oibdo^^ odco^ • 

Fash'ion, n. a form, a shape, 03^0000^9081008 
ooobS ; the prevailing mode of dress, 03^ 
9ioo8^0d(/^ooo^ibodo8s ; manner, sort, 
odooo^S,oo8; custom, ooc^^odcd^; gentili* 
ty, oo^c8io8§ytoo8poo(^,^iooc2iooc8iooo2^ 

Fash'ion-a-ble, a. oo^tSt fashion* 

F&st, & firm, seoore, coioocB^oi^cS^ ogn', 
swift, u ; as, very fast, j)5|,^5t; ahorse 

^ep|dyu^y,to3g; ifiJL,Qi%% Bkort; clkxe^ far, l&8t,ffrll| wh^; IMre, V8il|t6rm; pique; done, fdr, 

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tjanTun very fast, ^ooDJSooqooS^Doj; firm- 
ly fixed, o^nb ; strong, oi^oo^iS ; to be 
fixed, as in a tight place, jambed in, c8i 

@Sc8i@8. , adv. firmly, coSodcoS, 

oDeoSooooSjOipoo^iS, oiSoiSo^no^ii; 

by, GDI 000301,001 05?x)iiojtoooS«. , v.i. 

^^ ooS (8^00? (8, CO 8S o5. , n. absti- 
nence, ooSq^pco^ifijSoDScS, ooSod8So5 ; the 
time of fasting, q^ooSt6^ooSt6oaooic»oo 

Past'-day, n. ooSq^|5oo^(fi^ooS(fioo^S|i, 

Fast'en, v. t. to fix firmly, £[8c8^iSG8^orj[|ii,«t 
oi^Qiajjii ; to make adhere to, cement, 
gi^028 ; to make secure, (^8G8|S9i|5oofiS, 

i^8c8poiS(]8^ocjjii; a rope, to tie, •! 

tjoS^i; a door, by tying something 

across it, to lock or bolt, O38o65tx>5.— 
Fasten down, eooDC^sooScSitjoS, eoc^icSi 
tjoS. — Fasten on, o:j[)8o65oo5,o^8cSiooS,o:j[)8 

Fast'en-ing, n, oJicrQtcoS^Soo^f ooScoio«iooS 
tjoSojjiioD^jODSei^jDScxjjiio^Ti • 

Pas-tid'i-ous, a. difficult to please, critical, 
ooic»dbp88ooSc8; squeamish, over-nice, ^ 


Fas-tid'i-ous-ness, n. squeamishness. See Fas- 

Fast'ness, w. swiftness, woo^lj; a strong-hold, 
a fortress, a castle, oo^ooc3^^o3^od<^^odd) 
gioosSiooojjOS cSSoi poD^iS,c858ioo58i. 

Pat, a. having much fat, c8^,c8^b,o3b; fleshy, 
corpulent, plump, cS^ojiriScfi^ ogi o^i ; 
fertile, productive, as soil, SpQ^ g^ 

05^. , n. the unctuous part of flesh, 

ooo8,(po89d§V, the best part, as, the fat 
of the land, r8^(8|Sn^8(8^i. , V. t. a^ 

Pa'tal, a. necessary, inevitable, oo|S^8S803^od 
»ioooo8ex>)ofi,@oor^|oo^^oo^; destructive, 
deadly, ooi9d£[8cS<^80D88ioo^; as, a fatal 
disease, oo^ooloDioooogioSf^^yi. 

Pa'tal-ism, n. a:A(^\t»o3Zo:>QXco^coS^^ifxcoip^^ 
oioo^^aooioo^,Qio^(POD8c6i. See Fate. 

Fa'tal-ist, n. (/i03iodfSoo^oDioooiodODtoDoico^ 

00^^^»t9^000D8, ODS^ODIOO 1^8 ch cS^boD g8^ 

F^ntal'i-ty, n. frequency of death, mortality, 
<^io5o;)l,c^opSop^oji. See Fatal. 

Fate, /n. that which must inevitably take 
place, destiny, doom, oDSoDiooaD«io^oo 

O3t§0Sl§gl38 yi@OOC^ OOC^OO^ f 000109^, O 

cSxcSsoDi o5; destruction, oo^o08(^So08 
8i; book of fate, o5S8^o5. 

Fat'ed, a. cDioogia9oo8S fate ip^^bodoBi. 

Fa'ther, n. oV, pi. ancestors, o^ioyS. ^ 

V. i. to adopt and treat as one's child, 
o^^S, oSbooiooSddcS^Ss cf ^(S^c^^cfi oSsopi 
ogSojibo^(»8o^bc»o88; to profess to be 
the father or author of, o»i^c8iodO38o0iS 

Fa'ther-in-law, n. oiySSSgl. 
Fa'ther-less, u. ooioooSoocSf oonoo^ ; as, a fa- 
therless child, S0D^C0l9dO^00(^^0D1t0D^,3 

Fa*ther-ly, «. paternal, tender, co^a^oi^aj\a^ 

c5iyi,cSio5SoS|S^Sooo8. , ndv. SoSo© 


Fath'om, w. ^,66o8888cgSgS. 9 v.i. to sound 

the depth of water, fi68c8icgSo6o^oocof 
c8Sc6p; to understand thoroughly, com- 
prehend, iSoiScoSoooSood^iooSo^^^S^ 

Fath'om-less, «. too deep to be measured, SS 
bopic^icSpooo^oDnoo j5 ^ incomprehensi- 
ble, oDi®8o^c8Sbc^io^^oi^ooi5ooc^* 

Fa-tigue' (fa-teeg'), v. t. to tiM, weary, oiqjs 

yioooo8. , n. weariness, exhaustion, 

ooSoj«yic»oD8, oo^qj8ooS<8ic^it ooS c8i 098081 
c8i; military duty beside the use of 
arms, 0288oS^8oD^<»ioo^oDioo^<^803^oDiad 

Fa-tigued', a. wearied, 03^0^8008,00^00^0810^ 

Fat'ling, n. co^8c»i8ooi<;iojj5d8j5dBf o8dBf b. See 
j^i. 6. 09. 

do, W9lf, furl, rjide, push; eA.o. silent; 9as8; jh assh; gas j; gas inget; gas z; x asgz; nas in linger. 

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Faf nesB, n. unctuous matter, corpulency, ooS 

ooo8(ȤS. See Fat. 
Fat'ten, v. i. to grow fat, c8f c8^oSo8jB. , 

V. t. to make fat by feeding, oj^cfifoS^ 

Fat'ty, a. greasy, G8^88ooS(»o8,G8j5exnt>j^5§8ooo8. 
Fa-tu'i-tou8,Fat'u-oiis, a. stupid, foolish, ooi 05 


Fa-tu'i-ty, n. mental imbecility, foolishness, 

Fau'jet, n. ©^(»8^8^coi(»oooDcgiogSoo8S. 

Fgult, n. a blemish or defect, an imperfection, 
oo^oooioooSoo^, coSooooioQ ^1 00^ ; a sin, 
an error, oo^&8008,ooSooq^; the state of 
being at a loss, co89§oo^,q8oo8j5ooodooo^ 
OD^ \ to find fault, oSooSod«^,oc6Soo^,od^8 

Fault'i-ness, n. See Faulty. 

Fault'less, a. blameless, spotless, ooSodq^oogS^, 
^i<jj888ooSo5ooSoo«^ooc8V, free from blem- 
ish, oo^^ojjoo^^Sioo^^oocxS^ogQ^ogSoDp. 

Fault'y, a. having blemishes or defects, €8^88 
00^0000100^1,00^0001000^00^; gnilty, cSp 
880DSb8008,OTS§8oo^oD«p \ crroneous, cSico 

Fa'vor, v. t. to regard with kindness, sup- 
port, befriend, c8©iiQi©nyi,Qia2H8oi§p 
ifx; to resemble in features, ^Sod^cSioS 

c85ooo38. , n. kindness, odSoo8g8^, 

ooSoo^c»6So»oon,oo^oo^o2|8o5^5p, (POJ^SOO 
0500^5; lenity, ooS&j5^^oo8oo^iooS ; a 
token of remembrance, a gift, a pres- 
ent, ooSoo^j^jS^{5dB^ooSc»8S,ooSoop. 

Fa'vor-a-ble, a. kind, propitious, friendly, oDi 
odma2]|8Qi§Poo^,oo^odoDfODicSi, (See &%. 
03. o); conducive to, coio»«i©iiooS. 

Fa'vor-Tte, a. regarded with special affection, 
oDio»c8idb^c8iog£6i, ooic»db|Sbc8io8opooS; 
a thing which is particularly liked, ooS 

Fa'vor-it-ism, n. partiality, oo^db^ooSooii. 

Fftwn, n. a young deer, 0010^^8,00102^0011^81 
8. , V. i. to court favor servilely, 

ooc8iooQ8ooSooi ooSttid^oooc^oo^ oa^iScpi 

6 §i5o88oooo|^ocg'[8^S § jSoooi&i . 
FSy, n. V. i. to fit exactly, oo^ooc8Sc8iooSc8i8bi, 

Fe'al-ty, n. loyalty, fidehty, a:)SoScBo5c8ioaoo8 


Fear, v. t. to be afraid of, apprehend, dread, 
^iooS,oo^<gioop<g8; to be anxious, oo^c8^ 
ooS, 00^8^00^ «8ooS.- , n. ooS^i ajS<28, 


Fear'ful, a. afraid, apprehensive, g8^880oS^i 
odS<28 5 timorous, timid, (]8^8tooSoo^dB^ 
oo^c8; frightful, dreadful, ooiooc8i^ic8i 


Fear'ful-ness, n. timidity, awe. Sec Feabful* 
Fear'less, a. bold, courageous, daring, oocBp 

88O0^<giO0S<280O^,0£^^008^, ^. 

Fear'less-ness, n. courage, intrepidity. See 


Feas'i-bil'i-ty, n. praticability. See Feasible* 

Feas'i-ble, a. practical, oDio«i^,ooio«iaD. 

Feast, n. an entertainment, a banquet, ooS 
(S^oo^cSosS^; a festival, a festivity, oj^, 
^; something delicious, ooScS^oj ojSoocoif 
cfi^ooocSoo^S. , V. i. to eat sumptu- 
ously, Sp OdS cS OOS 00 6^ 00 SOI ODl ^ ^1 . 

. , V. t. to entertain with sumptu- 
ous provisions, oj^eS^ojjScSyiooioo^ooo^ 
Feast'-day, n. oj^ 81^8100^^ |i. 

Feat, n. an act, a deed, an exploit, ooS«ic8i 

Feath'er, n. d8pc»aj^c»o8. , v. t. q8(fij5^ib 

88c8^ooaj^oao8i to feather one's nest, Fiff. 

q^8o;r) dS^Odoo^ogsooo^^dSi. 
Feath'er-bed, n. c8S^oDioo«ib88c8^ooa^. 

Feat'ure, n. form^ appearance, c»ojS ® 81; 

shape of the face, lineament, <^ oo^ 00 

Feb'ri-fuge, n. antifebrile, <x>oo^g^8ScDioaoo 

Feb'rile, a. oop»0888a)^c8ifBSdSSo^,ef8^8f col. 

4,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; care, far, last, fftll, wh^t; th^re, vgil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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o©oo1 J oj^oooj^. 
Fec'u-lenje, Fec'u-len-jy, n. foulness, sedi- 
ment, lees, dregs. See Peculekt. 

Fec'u-lent, a. foul with sediment, oo^oosSsodS 

Fe-cSnd'i-ty, n. fruitfulness, especially applied 
to females in bearing young, ooScS^i^jJiS 
OGrioi,ooSgc8ioo8£»1qt ; fertility, odSod^cS^ 

Fed'er-al, a. oo^2)08§8f[c85«ifx^SooS. 

Fed'er-al-ist, n. yiooiooi:^^88cSSc»oSc^coic»ooS 
oic8^Sc»8oodb5i SoSsooSoooSs yieooSSooe^ 

Fee, V. t. to pay a fee to, recompense, 00^8^ 
o«cxdi«iodSoo«S; to engage the service of 
another by advancing a fee, hire, oj^oS 
©ii^ojsS^cb. , n. fee simple, a per- 
petual right, ooS|,Soo^8ooioocooioo^a>Sc8i 

Fee'ble, a. weak, infirm, 6S©Scd1©S ; debilita- 
ted, co,dB8cfip888co,oao5C»c^^; as, a feeble 
person, yaoQojo^c^^. 

Fee'ble-mind'ed, a. irresolute, vacillating, oj^ 
©Soo8©S, od80o6Soooo1odg8^oooSoo^, oj^oo^ 
o80Doo£6jSbooSoojS,oD8oDaj^co^. See 00p8* 
3. 09. 

FeeT}le-ne8S, n. weakness, infirmity, debility, 
ooSo36S©^ool©S,ooSojooS(^^; to speak fee- 
bly or with feebleness, gic8iog|Sc8i88, 

Feed, v. i. to eat, cS^b; to eat in a wonted 
place, pasture, graze, (S^ooSc^ooS(fi^oop 

oacSS. , V. t. to give food to, 05 ^c8^ 

to supply with provisions, satisfy, 00^ 
cx)S(S^ooS(S ; to feed a fire, oo^o^o|oo80^. 

Feel, V. perceive by the touch, Ssc^jSgl 
ooSoo^oc8i,co^SogSoDSoo|Soc8i; to examine 
by the touch, handle, touch, cooDiSogS. 

, V. i. to have the sense of, od^qI 

coi88oo^ooSoo«S ; to sympathize with, (x>8 

Feel'er, n. See Antenna. 

Feel'ing, n. sensation, ooS88oo^ooS; sensibility, 
ooS88oc>^ooSoj ; sympathy, ooSo:>8^Soj588 
yicoioo88a>^<x>S^5<x>S^^, 00^0380^80^58891 
oDioocDp<x>S§^<x>S^8. , a. easily excit- 
ed to pity, oo8a:)^i<x>S^«8, ooioo8oj^8 
038. See Feel. 

Feign, v. t. to invent or imagine, ooSododsqi 
ooS, oj^Qio^ coS ; to pretend, make a 
show of, counterfeit, oSQiodoo8oo'iooQ^yi 
6o5iSgio5co^So5oo8 ; as, you say you are 
not able to work, you are feigning ill- 
ness, ^S800lf QlOOC^OD^Jt^ ?S f o5 CO^S ^ 008 

Feign'ing, n. oDSoo^S,ooSo5co^SoooD8,aD^oS«too 


Feint, n. a pretense, coSo5«i(»oi8. 
FeJi§'i-tate, v. t. to delight, «i^«i<^yioi(» 

Fe-li9'i-tous, a. <^fiS^^^^^,^^%. 

Fe-li§'i-ty, n. happiness, bliss, blessedness, odS 

Fe'line, a. oopex)8§80D^6c5i(»ODoj5,c8ioS88a)S5 

Fell, a. cruel, fierce, savage, bloody, ^©ob8,c8i 

c^iS,ooooiooc8. , n. ooSe8, co^8c8S8(» 

o8, , V. t. to cut down, prostrate, 

oj^ScSi, ojScSieSi; to knock down, 8c8i 
»5i, cSSc8ic5i ; to fell a seam, 808O2iS 

Fel'loe, n. oo^eoopo^cgi. See Felly. 

Fel'low, n. a companion, a comrade, an as- 
sociate, oooDcfi8,ooo6iQQoDcfi8; oue of a 
pair, 00S00008; an equal, yi66o88c8So5oo8; 
a contemptible person, yiooi, (See q\ 
odS. ocj^. ©), yiooiooooioooDSiaDcSS ; a 
member of a corporation, yioDoiooio^ 

g5«10DcB8e80L>cB80oSoDl (»ODC^105O^. 

Fel'low-cit'i-zen, n- yi£89S8oDcB8oocB8. 
Fel'low-heir, n. yiooioa^Soiflo^SooS. 

do, wglf ; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; § as s; 9h as shj g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Fel'low-help'er, Fsl'low-la'bor-er, n. yioi ojS 

Fell6w-prison-er, n. yioo^tx^ScoiiSS^i. 

FeFlo w-serv'ant, w. ooSoojcpyioDcBtoof ooqooc^i. 

Fel'low-ship, n. companionship, ooSc^cSSSooiS 
oorBscSSoooDs; association, yicoioog^c8S«i 

OD<fi8o8oorB8<x>SoDoo€^i; in a college or 

university, ©oSooiyi«ic8o558cx>oj(»8S. 

Fel'low-sol'dier, n. yiojgSoDcBsoocBg. 

Fel'low-stu'dent, n. yiQicSoSSSoocBsoDcBs. 

Fel'low-siib'ject, n. yic88^S8ooc880Dc88. 

Fel'low-siiffer-er, n. yioDioaoj^Soo^SjSoo^oDcBs 

Fel'low-traVel-er, w. yxoDioocbioDcBsoDioocBs 
Felo-de-se, w. La^. a suicide, ^looioowioocSi 


Fel'ly, n. oj^eoo^ojcgi. See Felloe. 
Fel'on, n. one who has committed a capital 
crime, a criminal, a malefactor, yiooi 

00«10oScO«p088^0pXO©@18 88 OD^ ^ ^« * ; » 

whitlow, Qgl?,t^f^.* 
Fe-lo'ni-oiis, a. malicious, villainous, od^?x:>888 

Fel'o-ny, n. ooSod|^8c85 ooS co q^ c8 ooi oa @i8 8t 


Felt, n. the skin of beasts, 8O^Sc8^Sodo80dS; 
a cloth or stuff made of hair without 
weaving, ooSo58oDSoocooj5oDioo(^c8^boDi 
ooS oaQjj5ooioooo^oDSo^io5Soooo8 j^^cSi. 

Fe'male, w. of the human Species, oo^^j of the 

brute species, 058S. , a. oo^tJOsSsoo 

^^; pertaining to brutes, oo^e)D8§8oo^ad8^. 

Fem'i-nme, a. pertaining to females, oo^co888 
86<j^85«ii; soft, tender, ©So9o5j5©Scx>o^8S 
85<f ^ooojSooodS(»o88, od8oo^iooSc§ (^^ coS 
^; effeminate, e^SSS^^SSQUodoiSs. 

Fem'i-nine-gen'der, n. 8Soij5oiS. 

Fem'o-ral, a. oo^ex)88«oDJ5q^,CDf ?x:>888o5pq_po5^o. 

Fe'mur, n. dpt^a^zd. 

Fen, Fen'-land, n. a marsh, a moor, a mo- 
rass, gi8^i,ooSoD^iicD<g\Sooc8S. 

Fen9e, n. odc^i. — '- — , v. t. to inclose with a 

fence, •ooc^iodSjOo^SooSooS, oococ^ieoSo)^, 
eocx>8iooS ; to protect, guard, modSSoo 

c^odS. , V. i. to practice in order to 

become skillful in the use of the sword, 
Fen'^jer, n. yi8^88,yioDioo^SoiSooSc^Soooa8 


Fen'jing, n. See Fence, v. i. 

Fend'-off, v. i. to keep off, ward off, 8cx>c8i,@ 

Fend'er, n. od^o38^SooS. 
Fen'ny, a. swampy, marshy, oo^ex)888gi8, 00? 

Feoff (fef), n. in LoaOj og^oiyicoioDSoJioDSgi. 
See Enfeoff. 

Fer-m6nt', v. i. o8c8^,oo^cfi@8, oopcfioo. , 

V. t. gi90^8^85^c8. 

Fer'ment, Fer'men-ta'tion, n. mental com- 
motion, agitation, OD8ocg^c8^, odsoo^AS, 
oo«bic8SooS^s^8. See Feement v. i. 

Fe-ro'cioiis, a. fierce, savage, rapacious, ^; 
as, a ferocious temper, od8|5 a ferocious 
lion, 902^^ee3b8. 

Fe-ro9'i-ty, n. ferociousness, cruelty, fury, 

Fer're-oiis, a. partaking of iron, G8jSoj588Cog, 
exno2588oo8; pertaining to iron, oo^ex)888 


Fer'ret, v. t, to drive out of a lurking place, 

q^80D8c8^og5ooSooiooQ8p ^ ogP 00 c8S. , 

w. a kind of tape, ^lODo^^oopoocoo^; 
the animal, 8op8cBS8oDODojS9ooDSo58i^i 

0S0OI ^O3^l^88808^b0Ol8oD8c8l. 

Fer'ri-age n. yi8ooSooc6,yi3gi8 ferry o^cb* 

Fer-ru'gi-nous, a. 00)0^588008. 

FSr'rule, w. oacx>o5,oooDo3. 

Ffir'ry, n. the place of crossing a river, ooc8^ 

F^r'ry-boat, n. ^iyi8o5oDS,oo88^. , v.t. 


Fer'ry-man, n. ^1800^8,^1391800^8. 

Fer'tile, a. producing much, fruitful, pro- 
lific, rich, q^8orf)c8^8Sc8^oo^ as, fertile soil. 

4,eii,6,fi,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,^, short; cftre, far, last,fgll, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; d6ne,fdr, 

Digitized by 





oioicD^oo^; as, a fertile mind, inventive, 

0388D891Q8, O3t0Dl9O(>2^^C^d8OO^00^. See 

Fer-til'i-ty, n. fruitfulness, richness. See Feb- 


Per'ti-lize, v. t. to enrich, «ioic8^c8p9p5o88 

(»ooq^809pc8f 00^919100^00^. 
F^j/ule, w. c^^Scop o^8co^coiyi8^Qlo98, ^JSjjj. 

•: , V. t. 85gdpa38coi ferule. 

FSi/ven^y, Fer'vor, n. ardor, eagerness. See 

Fer'vent, Fer'vid, a. hot, ardent, glowing, 

c8SqjJ5, cBSooo8o5icji; earnest, vehement, 

excited, sj^s^^GOiOdbicSS; as, fervent in 

spirit, ^: oj. oo. 
Fes'tal, FSs'tive, a. pertaining to a festival, 

oo^«D888^8ic88i ; mirthful, joyous, gay, 

o}^^oa8^oop^88803^c8S(^coic2^8i<g 81 00 

Pi^s'ter, V. i. to corrupt, rankle, od8c8^g8^88 


F^s'ti-val, n. a feast, a festivity, ^8ic88i,oj^ 

Pes-tiVi-ty, n. gayety, oo^qi^Sqi^c8Soood8odi 

OO^c8S<^SoSlS^l, 00^ Ql 02^ ^ 008 ^9d0D8G0l 

Pes-toon', a. a garland or wreath, hanging in 
a depending curve, odSoo^ 5c8i8 ; orna- 
mental hangings, oo^o^8c6i^iod^09oDioo 

66. , V. t. ooooicocbooSoOioo^^ScSiS 


Fetch, V. t. to go and bring, get, cbiobSSoDS; 
to bring, cb85; to acquire, ^Sodioo^ooSioi 

t»«B ; to reach, arrive at, o^icSi; a 

price, to sell for, ^Scopoo^i6bo5i[6b §1. 

, W. OdScSoO^^I, OD^»lQ0l0dCO0^8CX> 

ajj^. (Bare). 

FSt'ed, a. fia^^,fia2^fiu)8,fia^^fiaji)|S,fio38|8 
fioaod8,f 100^1. 

Fe'tal, a. copco888 fetus, which See. 

Fe'tijh (fe'tish) , n. oD^o3QiQicoiodoSoi,oDiOdoo 

^oi,oDiyiOD)oog^8oo1b, Sc^iOdSgooiSanbod 

F8f i-jigm (ffet'-sism), n. oDSa>1oD«f>coSSyioo5§ 
001800 o8so3^iocnb,co1ooiSoS9i,a>f8r8S8oS 


Fst'lock, n. oDSooaj^o8dBooi(»€B^b^co^<«S8(» 

Fe'tdr, n. a stench, a stink, oo^fio^^,Qo^fio^^ 


F^t^ter, n. a chain for the feet, a shackle, %i 

008S|S, OoS^10Dldl€oSS^Od8^, 008C!^Q0iei^S 

8^oa8S,^p©ito58j5oa8S ; «*whose feet they 
hurt with fetters", <« (^x«i^8oo8^coioo8^." 
&8. 003: 00; an elephant fetter, oodBoo^ 

c^i. fV. t. to put on fetters, shackle, 

c^ic8^eoS(X)^oe(oo8|Scoi fetters, to con- 
fine, restrain, ooSex>S,@ex>5. 

Fe'tus, n. the human, SooioooDOo^aDScS^^cfif 
cSiosoo^) of birds, 8coiOdooo8c6So8oo^ ; 
of brutes, 8coioooooo^ooS3c6^c8io8ooJ5. 

Feud, n. a quarrel, a fray, a dispute, ooSoo^ 

Feud'al (fud'al), a. oo^«)888SS8i^i8i^8^8^ 
001 yi§^SooS8oi QiboDio^oocoe^oo d 00 (^i 


Fe'ver, n. ooSc8icBS8^oo1; -with chills, odS 

Q^8S; to have a burning fever, cSicBS 

(feioo^i. without chills, ooScB^ooojS, 


Fe'ver-ish, a. «ioooD8SgaooQ^8^c8^ooo88,coo2oo 

Few (fa), a. not many, 51,000^100^. 

Few'ness, n. paucity, ooSooooloop,oD^gicB58i. 
See Few. 

Fi'at, n. a decree, od^odcBigS^ 88oo§ioo§S,o8^ 


Fib, n. a lie, a falsehood, ooSoDc8ioDa38a>oj|^. 

> V. i. to lie, speak falsely, o9c8ico 

Wber, Fi'bre, n. ooSoaoji. 
FTbroSs, a. odJ5cD888 fibre, c8J588oaa2i. 
Fib'u-la, n. 8^q^oobt. 
Fickle (fick'l), a. wavering, inconstant, 

do, wplf; fiirl, r jide, p^sh; e.i,o. silent; 968 s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; 5 as gz; n as in ligger. 

Digitized by 





changefal, capricious, oDiooQioooD8coc5oo 


Fickle-ness, w. instability, inconstancy. See 

Fic'tion, n. the act of inventing or imagin- 
ing, i^Q5a^ooiooo3c8oo^^oo^, 00^&^Q^103 
ODSoo^SoSiS^i ; that Yrhich is invented 
or imagined, ^Sioo^sSi. 

Fic-ti'tious (fik-tish'us), a. imaginary, not real, 
counterfeit, oo^oosSt fiction. See False. 

Fid'dle, n. co^\qo^SSo^. , v. i. ^Soo^SdS 

Fid^dle-stick, n. oD^^oo^pgS. 
Fid'dle-string, n. oo^SdSojpo^^i. 

Fi-d6l'i-ty, n. faithfulnesss, integrity, loyalty, 

Fid'get, V. i. J)iSp£p880DS,bic85bi<aiS. , n. 

fidgets, uneasiness, restlessness, cnAhx 
©J5^88coS,odSg8P«8ododSod<jSoo ^. 

Fid'get-y, a. restless, uneasy, QioaoDsSbi5p£p. 
8toDS,d3p«8o:><fecDj5. See Fidget. 

Fi-du'cial (fi-du'shal), a. confident, undoubt- 

ing, (]8jS88OO^fSc0lO0ODl003S0C>p. 

Fi-du'ci-a-ry. n. Theol^ yicDioaooc8S|^^o^5oaooS 
o8pooSc8ooJ5,a>^ao^cx>opioji coSo^^ojiSp 
o^iobcoiodfSd^SodfS, isbo^ ; in Law^ a 
trustee, (^icoio»oiioDS^c8SS^8pcoiyioi(» 

Fie, int. o^io^i; as, fie, don't talk that way, 

Fief, n. ooSoioo^boooSoD§. See Feudal. 

Field, n. cultivated groimd, iS8i^i8i,^t8io5^ 
8i; an open, vacant spot, ooi^g^i; an ex- 
tensive plain, ooS^escbSotcfi ; room for 
action or operation, ooc8S^oqiodS(»iodS 
gicoioo^i,QioDSooc8S ; the ground where 
a battle is fought, od^odcd^^yio^tSoS^Sq^i 
c8Sooic8SodODsooiod ^1. 

Field'-mar'shal, n. cS^o88^oDic8p^ooi5(»88p. 

Field'-pie9e, n. ^SoDiooSSbsjqtoo^o^ioo^Od^i. 
Field'-sports, n. ooSc65<^ooi«ojiooSd8ooScoiyS 

Fiend, n. a devil, an infernal, oD^o3^ao^oDai> 
o58j5^S?cn ,^Sq980D^oo©8,^^rBicdS. 

Fiend'ish, a. fiend-like, malignant, oojS Q088g 
fiend (»a2So5ooS,c8ioS<jpc8io5S. 

Fier9e, a. vehementi ardent, oojSio888oo^8^^ 
00^ f 8; savage, cruel, furious, ^tobs. 

Fier§e'ly, adv. («ioooo8)cDajSoooDS; as, to look 
fiercely, ca^^bSjOgSojogSogp. 

Fier9e'ne8S, n. ferocity, fury. See Fiebgs. 

Fi'er-y, a. consisting of fire, G8{5ojS8to^8|; 
hot, like fire, <fi5|5opG|c»o88,cfi%cfiSc[l, SS 
^cod^8; impetuous, vehement, sj^oo^S 
00^; passionate, o^zS^^^o^zs^jj^zgi. 

Fife, n. 6; as, a soldier blew his fife, o^iSqdoi 


Fifteen, a. oDooobS, (oj). 

Fifteenth, a. JidB^oDooobSoioooi. 

Fifth, a. ^xS^^Qxmou 

Fif ti-eth, a. ^ic8^cbSoo«io:>Si. 

Fifty, a. obSco, (jo). 

Fig, n. the tree, ^^oi, (See ooi. 9: oj);the 
fruit, aij5oioD^5 a worthless thing, 00^ c» 
ajtl^oodB^oD^; as, I don't care a fig for it, 
oDo5<fe(SicDi ooSooc8ooc88i. 

Fight, v.i. to strive with, combat, cfic6Sc8^c8S 
Odoos; to contend in battle, q8c8Scx)ic8S 

05008. , v. t. to wage war with, y 

oaSoDiooS. , w. a battle, a combat, 

a contest, q8c8SoDic8S,oo^i^8oo^oDi. 

Fighfing, p. a. See Fight. 

Fig'ment, n. a fiction, an invention, 00^009^ 
ooo^cDiyii^8a2c8^o^c8i§o&iSM, ooSoo^oo 

Fig'u-ra-tlve, a. representing by resemblance, 
typical, 00105 QicglcS^oo^od 0^001 0080006S, 

Fig'ure, n. shape, form, odSoo8i,ooSoooj^oo8ii 
circular figures, o5|5oo8x; a distinguished 
character, oocfeSoo8c8ic8Sc8ic8; an im- 
age, ooS8i,ooSo502Soo8i ; a character de- 
noting, a number, ^jSftS; a similitude, 
a comparison, oo8,oo8odobS ; a trope, a 
figure of speech, odSoocBio58,oo^8c8iooS. 

ft,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, list, fgU, wh^t; thdre, v§il,tgrm; pique; done, fftr, 

Digitized by 



, t;. t to give shape to, form, mold, 

i^8^c8^ooSqjooo5Sc»8i ; to show by a visi- 
ble resemblance, symbolize, q^«^^ooSoo 
8oo(^5,iit^j5oS<jjlooS(»ojSoo8x; to adorn 
"with figures, embellish, qio5J5«oooS ; to 
image in the mind, oo^^ooioDt,q8<^c8p 

dbioooi (idea) odiods o5S ^i. , t;. i. to 

make a distinguished appearance, oScg) 

Fig'ure-hSad, w. oo^8xooioocDpoo^o5c8i^c8o5 

Kg'urcd,^. a. G8jS8«oo^o5pooSoi,ooSoao5poocBi, 

Rl'a-ment, n. oo^odo^i. 

Filch, >. t. to steal, pilfer, purloin, c5«^S,o58 

Pfle, n. a string or stick on which things are 
strung, ^po^^ ; as, a file of papers, oSSoo 
o^oDiO5oo^oDSopSooa)8ooi^popS05c8i, o55oo 


colo6booo88 ; a list or roll, o3Se^^ a row 
of men, (^1009^,^103^000^; the tool, 00800 

^.-^ , V. t. to string on a line or wire, 

ojSoo^cDi^JSopSoQcSi; to arrange in a bun- 
dle, o5§^oD^^oo^oooj^6oo|pooocflo6 b 05 
088 ; to cut or rub with a file, QS88008 
@, qg88ooi@ ; as, a saw, cggc^«oooof ^,(53 

cg8oob, , V. i. to march one after 

another, ^i8Sc85oo©oooi88oooi. 

FQ'ial (fil'yal), a. oo^tx)8888,@i8888. 

Pfl'i-a'tion, n. 888S880S. 

Ffl'i-gree, n. ooSoaS, ooSo5fooS§icoi05Qibooiog 

8i©8icoiooSoac8i. , a. filigreed, 00^ 


Firings, n. pL oo8@aaoo^. 

Rll, V. t. to make full, «i6ic8p; to make com- 
plete, wiooic8^^ic8pcoS; to satisfy with 

food, content, c}^8c8^d^c8^c^Q8; an 

office,, QiooSd8co^ooiooc8ioo|Sooc8^S(»iSgi 
opic»^ic8^. , V. i. to become full, 

FiWet, n. any ring, oo^o6S,ooSoo^o;^5o&Sc^i; 

211 FIN 

for the hair, ^lODojipcD^ooi^ifijpS^ojoo 

8S; of veal, o%^8o»o5jSq^f wggjS. 

Pfl'lip, V. t, ^8booi^^S^^i* , n. ooSyoon^^ 

Faiy, n. oooDp8S8- 

Fflm, n. a thin skin, a pellicle, ooSoootji^ijOoSoo 
o^8,oo^oDc8; a cloud on the eye, bSoltos. 

Film'y, a. membranous, cfi^Ss film, qioooosS 
film odoSs. 

Pil'ter,. V. t. to strain yS; to strain water, pu- 
rify, defecate, y^o6, co^S c&. , v. i. 

to pass, as water, through a pervious 

body, oo§SoiSc8i. > n, a strainer, 


Filth, n. foul matter, nastiness, ooSoopodi 

Filth'i-ness, n. corruption, pollution, impuri- 
ty. See Filth. 

Fflth'y, a. nasty, foul, dirty, unclean, im- 
pure, OD|S(»i,c8{5e35|5c8j5cjj8. 

Ffl'trate, v. t. to filter, y^oDS,«io99^oD^. 

Fil-tra'tion, n. ooSooio^cojSoiScSib. See Fn> 


Fin, n. g{5ooo8; the back fin, g|S<g. 

Wnal, a. last, ultimate, oo^c0888oo^&i, oojScoft 
Ssoo^ooooooi^&SoS. CO! Sod ooiS ; decisive, 
conclusive, OD^«o88gQi8p665o§SooS. 

Fi-nal'i-fy, n. final state, ooSooodooiS,o9SooooiS 
65 oS. 

Fi-nan9e', n. revenue, o8foo©coioo^SbcDioo8 
Gjc^; income, profit, ooSandB^8So8f . 

Fi-nan'9ial, a. oo^tosSs finance. 

Fin'an-§ier'(fin'an-seer), n. yiooio^ft^oagtoBSco 
©©^88onoopb ; one acquainted with and 
skilled in money matters, yiooio^ojS^ 


Rnd, t^. t. to meet with or obtain by seek- 
ing, to discover, perceive, detect, ^cfi|S 
b; to furnish, supply, ogjSb; a ver- 
dict, to determine as true, i^^^Pm\o^S 

ooS&p^^; one's self, cfijScpooSopb ; 

in the heart, to wish, desire, 0D8d3jS, 

oo^j^SooSoDiooooioSS^i. See o<^.ocj^:js. 

da, W9lf ; furl, rude, push; silent; 9 as s; 9h as shj g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger! 

Digitized by 


FIN 212 

—Find fault with, to blame, censure, 
vScoS 00 Qpi CO |8 OD 9^ 00^ .— Fiud out, to 
discover, attain to, ci6^jt^oDS,o6J5^SdBoo^. 
Fine, a. not coarse, 0335^,005^^0^ ; of minute 
particles, comminuted, oo^ioo5i,oDgio ; 
nice, delicate, refined, ©Sooc^SjeSoocjScgt ; 
clear, co^oo^,o3Gbo3c8 ; pure, 9^ ; as, 
pure silver, eS; pure water, ooaj; of dis- 
cerning intellect, oj^oo^oo^osooSoo; ex- 
cellent, superior, oiqs; elegant, oo^ex)888 
cSooib; showy in dress, dressy, oo^oosSs 
oo^o^oD^oSicoioooo^oo^, cS^Ssoo^oooDi 00 
cb. , n. a mulct, a penalty, ooSoo^cSs. 


, V. t. to refine, clarify, purify, «i 

8qi8^; to impose a fine, mulct, i^^j^co^ 

c8i ; to be fined, oopcSs. , adv. in 

fine, in conclusion, ooiooooooi^. 

Fine'ness, n. minuteness, delicacy, excel- 
lence, purity. See .Fine. a. 

Fin'er-y, n. ornament, decoration, ccScoooico 

Fi-nesse' (fi-neB'),w. artifice, strategem, od^c^ 
CDOC^OOtfl ,oo^ooo5S^^. 

Fin'ger' (fing'gur), n. (^^S^fi. , v. t. to 

touch lightly, toy with, handle, qiod^Ss 
^^^^fi ,00001^03^001 f^^^fi; to play on (an 
inshmment), 900^001 (^^^fi ; to pilfer, 
filch, purloin, ^oo^^^ooo^oo^. 

Fin'i-cal, a. fastidious, unduly particular, ooJ5 

cot StOO^oSoiOd 008001 0000001 00C5000D8f tcb^ 


Fi'nis, n. Lot. an end, conclusion, oo^ooooopi^, 
00^6106 . 

i^'ish, V. t. to complete, accomplish, «i6i«i 
(^;.to make perfect, qiooio8|S^ic8^,qi 
c8io6Sc8i€b8; to put an end to, termi- 
nate, conclude, «iooooi^o§5.-— , n.ooV 
«iSi,oo^«i6i«i<b* See Finish, v. t. 

Fin'ished, p. a. very good, oDia&9iooooiS, com- 
pleted, 00lOdO0^OO^9l&lcSlCDl00l^l^l. 

Fin'ish-ing, w. oo^Si,oo^«iooiqi^i, odio^ooooiS; 

as, a finishing touch, oo^qicdiooooooiS. 
Fi'nite, a. having limit, limited, bounded, ooi 

oo(]8^880ocoioooo^i; having an end, 00100 

Fi'nite-ness, n. See Finite. 

Fin'ny, a. GB^S8oo^ooo8S^^c9poo(5^odo88. 

Fir, n. oo{5s§. 

Fire, n. the element, ^^.^8| ; a burning, a 
conflagration* ^|So|ifi^<x>^; sharpness of 
intellect, oo8oo8Q8,oo8oig8; ardor of tem- 
per, 00892^,008^, do8oj^; to be on fire, 

oopooSc8^c8icoio^0|. jV. t. to set on 

fire, dB^<^ic6{5ooSooiop0|; to incite, in- 
flame, animate, c8|Saj^8dB|Sbi9toooo8; 

a gun, to discharge, o8oQ,o8oojS^8. , 

V. i. to take fire, ^^Q|(3|^^oo^, e|So|^ 
c8^.— Fire up, to be suddenly angry, 008 
c8^ooc8 c8,oo8<^ic8^oocdc8. 

Fire'-arms, n. ^Z. (^oobiopfl|,o38i^S8i. 

Fire'-brand, n. a stick kindled at one end, q^ 

Fire'-brush, n. ^f^o8^coiyi^o8^opo^oo^o&K. 

Fire'-en'gine, n. o^0|oo^8ooioaQiooo^0|o58S. 

Fire'-fly, n. fiS^,^(B^(£. 

Fire'-hook, n. §f s|f^og8. 

Fire'-lock, n. c^,oo^|8. 

Fire'-men, n. (^xo&iooc»8c8^cgSc8iop0|oooocji. 

Fire'-or-deal', w. See Obbeal. 

Fire'-pan, n. a pan for holding fire, aoS(|jioDS 
ojiooi(^i8Sc8^8Sc8iQ^o|oDiod^i ; the pan 
of a fire lock, o^^?^* 

Fire'-pla9e, n. o^od^i. 

Fire'-proof, a. ooio^ojoS^oo^S. 

Fire'-ship, n. oScx:)c8oooooj5ooi<^idBjScfeic8^o^a| 

Fire'-side, n. oj5oD^io68,opoo^io5ejoiio6i. 

Fire'-wood, n. oo{S<jp. 

Fire-works, ooSc8S(^oo^oDiQpo|o|So^b. 

Fir'ing, n. the act of discharging firearms, 


Fir'kin, n. •SSoorao^SaDiyioi gS c8 008, o g »ooi 

Firm, a. compact, hard, solid, oo{StJ0888ooSo5i 
b,oodBoo^; fixed, steady, stable, oiSoooi^i 
91^00^1^,01^0^1 ; applied to feeling and 

ft,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, list,f§ll, what; th^re, veil, tSrm; pique; d6ne,fdr. 

Digitized by 





will; as, a firm believer, yioDioocS^SsooS 
^SooS^Scxjjn; a firm friend, oDrBsooiooii^P 
^looiojJSoiSootagn. , n. a partner- 
ship, yioDioosolo^5(^ioj5ooSooco6^i. 

Fir'ma-ment, n. ^oD85ci3i. 

Fireman, n. a decree, (^looiSoSiSodnoojSjoSoSS 
0010000 ^goDioocowiooSooioD^ giooSS. 

Firm'ness, w. stability, constancy. See Fiem, a. 

First, a. (Sc adv. in time, earliest, coioo6S8^co8, 

00100 8^ COS, 001 oa d3 j^S 00 oi 00 o^ \ in 

place, foremost, ooigloDooiS; most ex- 
cellent, oiooooiS. 

Pirst'-frait, n. ooioD^d3,ooia3pooi3o8^ooc^. 

Pirst'-bdm, a. eldest, BhSS. 

First'rate, a. most excellent, chief, highest, 


Firth, n. See Fbith. 

Firstling, n. aof8(«S8oobScS. 

Fisc'al, a. oo^cotSsoS^ooSooo^. 

Fish, n. Q^f§f 8iQ^8i ; the flesh of fish, gjS 

oogp. , V. t. to catch fish, 8^q{5,«i 

Q^'y with a hook, oo^joo^g^ 5 to ob- 
tain by artifice, qi^^coi ooSojjSooSsog. — 
Fish up, og8^Sc8^opiooSooio6agi. 

Fiah'-blad'der, n. gjSooc^i. 

Fish'er, FIsh'er-man, n. yi«ig^8. 

Fish'er-y, n. the business of catching fish, «i 
q|5o»ooSo8odSqi; the place, Qxg^oocSS. 

Fish'-hdok, n. g^oooo^. 

Fish'ing-line, n. 00^1. 

Fish'-mar'ket, n. co)g^ooc8S,gpoo2l. 

Fish'-mon'ger, n. yioolg^. 

Fish'-pond, n. g^o^c^jg^oong. 

Fish'ing-rod, n. 00^. 

Fish'ing-stakes, n. €>|i,o:>|i; to construct, do. 

J^h'y, a. consisting of fish, cB^o^^Sjgp; like 
fish, c8ioSooig^. 

Fis'sure (fish'ur), n. a cleft, a crevice, oo^obi 
08, ooSftbS, ooSco^os, ooSooo^scoS, ooSd^oS. 
, V. t,to cleave, divide, wioojSog. 

Fist, n. ^8p. , V. t. ojiooS,c8oD^oon8{S. 

Fist'u-la, n. ooSq8^'S8oo^i(Sooc8iooioooi^od8c8i 

o558io5o88, Surg. ooSooo^ag|^icoiQ^8p8^ 

Fist'u-lar, Fist'u-loiis, a. oopcosis fistula, which 

Fit, n. a paroxysm, oo^ool^scSpooicoSs ; as, I 
had three fits of coughing yesterday, 00 
ojj8cS^ooS80Dic^ooi«oD)oo^a; a convulsion, 
ooSc8^,ooS<3]^Sc88c8^ ; a turn, ooSoo^odoI 
coi. , a, suitable, proper, meet, con- 
venient, oo@i8o^OD^,oo^(»Di8,oDc8a ; as, 
this jacket is fit for you, c8o5o5ioo«8iS8 

^ic8i. ^, V. i. to suit, be adapted to, 

oxb,a>^b,@i8b,OD^c8Sb.— Fit out, to fur- 
nish, equip, oD(^5ooc8io:>^opioooo«iooSSo5x 
6|ioo8S ; as, to fit out a ship for going 
to sea, oD(^5oDc8ioDc8ooioooocbisj8^c6^^i 
008S.— Fit up, to prepare, oDcfeSoDdSiooSS 

Od ^1803 00^00 088, »1Olc8^00^,Q»lc8c8^O3^. 

Fif ful, a. spasmodic, unstable, coioo8^o8f co8 

Fit'ness, n. suitableness, adaptation, conven- 
ience. See Fit. v. i. 

Five, a. ob^, (3). 

Five'-fold, a. coioaosnc8j5obSc^,obS©8. 

Fix, t;. i. to settle, rest, cS^iSoSpajjub ; to 
cease to be fluid, congeal, solidify, c8i 

00ODlb,S5c8^b, CglODC»0011. , V. t. to 

settle, Qic8i55c8io^iiooc8S,Qic8iSSc8i«oo 

c8S; a time, c§^^io8d8; a color, 

QioigiicoSoD^ooc^^; to make stable, estab- 
lish, Qioi^QiogiiooS ; to make firm or 
durable, q^8G8^oiS€8802iib,qt8c8^oifoo^i^ 
ooV; to harden, oirBic8^,«i^c8^,Qic8ioD 

oDi,Qi6oo^; the eye, cgSoDSo6o6co8oo8. 

, n. a dilemma, *«to be in a fix," 

{Fig^ g8^oo6[8ooS, (S^c^oj^oooo^ 0800 c§oo 

Fix-a'tion, n. ooSG8pS5Q8^orj5ii,ooSc8i©5c8io. 
Fix'ed-ness, w. stability, firmness, ooSojiioijji^S 

1^; the state of being set or settled, ooS 

Fixt'ure (fikst'yur), w. settled position, ooScS^ 


do, wolf; furl, rude, push; e.%,0. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get;*s as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Flab'bi-ness, n. flaccidity. See Flabby. 
Flab'by, a. wanting firmness, flaccid, coo^t 

ooc^, cSiooyS, c8i<x><gSoo<g|i; as, flabby 

flesh, ooJog^cSioocgSocxg]^!. 
Flac'9id, a. flabby, limber, lax, c8ic&,c8i©^c8i 

0^,000^8000^, ©SoooS^eSoocj^g. 
Flac-jid'i-ty, Flac'§id-ness, n. See Flaccid. 
Flag, n. the water plant, c8S o§^ c6 ; sweet 

flag, cS^oj^; an ensign or colors, oooo^. 

, V. t. to pave with flat stones, o) 

c8iooScoioDiSoj^a>^. , V, i. to hang 

loose, cSioo^g; to droop, lose vigor, od 

Flag'eo-let, n. oooooojS. 
Fla^eUate, v. t. to whip, scourge, cSSoo^^ 

Mag-el-la'tion, n. See Flagellate. 
Flag'gy, a. weak, drooping. See Flag, v. i. 
Fla-gi'tious, a. atrocious, villainous, heinous, 

Fla-gi'tioiis-ness, w. villainy. See Flagitious. 
FUg'-of fi-jer, n. aoc8q^8oj8ooo8^o88jS. 
Flag'on, n. cScS^Ssoo^Ss. 

Fla'gran-9y, n. enormity, heinousness. See 

Fla'grant, a. flaming, burning, ooi(»<feioo^i 
cS^yCoiooQioooDs^s^too^S^oSi ; as, a fla- 
grant war, ooS<^8ooSoDi^8«ic8^io5i; noto- 
rious, atrocious, oo|5coi88ooScx>|[«eiSoDSoD 

Flag'-ship, n. odcSodi flag-officer 88bcx)ojp. 

Flag'-staflf, n. oooojSo^cgp. 

Flag'stone, n. a flat stone for paving, coi^oo^ 

oopooi yiolcSiooigoocSSsc^ooopoa 8S. 
Flail, n. I^ScSScSisjopcx)^. 

Flake, n. any thin matter cleaving off in 
scales, flock, lamina, co^aoof^8ooo^8 ; a 
layer or stratum, <x>S(»ooooi. 

FlamTbeau (flam'bo), w. a torch, ^, (ooo^8cB8 

Flame, v. i. to blaze, o^o|OD^idBj5,(^ioD^o8^. 
, n. a blaze, «p<X)jS, o^a|cDf ; ex- 

treme ardor, fervency, passion, 00880^ 

Flame'-col'ored, a. 8i«j^oDco56©j5a|cop(»o8t. 

Flank, n. the side of an animal, a>|58rBS8(» 
oDoi; the side of an army, o28<jSod^c8oo 

oooi. , V. t. to attack the side of, ^% 

od^o^sodioooooiodS; to take a station on 
the side of, c68|^Sooc8SoDiodSodoicx)8. 

Flan'nel, «. a>8oocD8oooDoj5. 

Flap, V. i. to move, as something broad and 
loose, c8io2«,c8i 0^^0810^8, O80oa38cx)c^; to 
flap, as the wings, &c. ooqi5,ooq'[Scx)^i, 

0^00 0808 08. , V. t. to beat with 

something broad and loose, cSic^SoopooS. 
, n. ooSoo<3|56o<35,cx)SoD02)f cSifei. 

Flare, t^. i. to bum with an unsteady flamo, 
flicker, oo8i08b5«b8, oDSiboScBoSoDS; to 
open or spread outward, o^odooS, ool, • 

Flash, V. i. to corruscate, D8oog^oD@S, o8oog^S 

Flash, n. the corruscation of flame or light, 

ooSd80o8ic8^, ooSoiodQ^ScS^ sj^ooooS ; 

of lightning, c8oSoo58. 

Flash'y, a. showy, gaudy, oo^oo8880oSQioooot 

Flask, n. a kind of bottle, c8io^88c3oodc25 ; a 
powder case, o^jIoq^Si. 

Flask'et, n. (cS|S), fSoDo*^oof8,^SoDo{5oS8. 

Flat, a. level, plain, not ripherical, o6j5oDooj5, 
o9^,ojjSoo^; level, not uneven, 011,0110^^ 
ooooS; low and level, pressed down, on 
OD08, on^SopS ; even with the ground, 
low, prostrate, fallen, oo^oa88i<x>Sc8io8 
cj88c8^8^o&o5J58^ ; insipid, stale, vapid, 
xx^ ; dull, monotonous, un animating, 

cDioaoDcS^ 0^8 c8^bioo^oaD8oojS ; , as 

sound, ooojSoo^a8^c8ib. , n. a level 

spot of ground, a plain, oo^oii8^,ooSoii 
8^onco5; a shoal, o8f 8{5,<x>Sa5c8S&oo8^b. 

, V. t. to make low and level, q\S\ 

onoo^, wioj^pooS ; to make insipid, «i 

&,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, fgll, what; thfere, veil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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ojjloDfeSoDS ; to depress in tone, qi^^cSi 

Flat'-bot'tomed, a. oog, son; as, a flat-bot- 
tomed boat, ^oogoiicoo^jSoo^. 

FlatM'ron, n. oo8cBSooic^i(^8odSo2<x>So8i»8^. 

Mat'-nosed, a. ^1©ioDg5c5,^1©a^oo^1. 

Flat'lj, adv. evenly, oo<2fc8oo^, oiio^^coooB; 
positively, plainly, ex)lQ^i,0DyS<x>iS; as, he 
told him flatly that he would not go, 

Harness, w. odSodoj^, ooScjj^oo^oDp, odSoiio^S 

Flat'ten, v. t. to level, make flat, qioo^oo^odS, 

Flafter, v. t. to coax with praise, gratify, 
wheedle, ft8o@ii,c^|Syi,|«^Syio3iooSi8o 
Siioo^i; to soothe with praise, o@n<j5 
yi o» oD8ooc8oDc8oDi ooS ooc8^ooq8^oo ^. 

Flat'ter-y, n. adulation, false praise. See 

riat'u-len9e, n, oDoSxooioDiei^i. See Flatu- 

Flat'u-lent, a. windy, oDoSioSfcS^coiooioi^a, 


Flaf wise, adv. cooj^oo^; as,lay the book flat- 
wise, o5c8\o:o2^a>|So5S^^ooopS. 
Flaunt, V. i. to flutter, o2ooSoS8ooSc8n5c8i^i, 

Ol0OO08008lO0oS, OJOoSoStOoS «1£»OD800@1 
01 ,oS dd OD8c8lOOc88. 

Fla'vor, n. odor, smell, fragrance, cx)S^i^fi^; 
taste, savor, relish, ooSoj^ogS; a good fla- 
vor, ooSojjScgSop; abadflavor, ooSojjSogS 

o:>6^a>^, , V. t. to give a flavor to, 

qic8iq8^ 88<x>Soj^ogSSo5iSgi . 

Fla'vored, a. cSjSSa flavor. 

Flaw, n. an injury, a defect, ooco),oo^ic8S,ooS 
0000100^1 ; as, this slate has a flaw, it is 
not good, ooiSa9poc>pooioooaoooSoc>jS,c8^ 

Flax, n. oc8,8«i. 

Flax'en, a. made of flax, <^c8^opiaj^8«x; re- 
sembling flax, c8ioSS8Sqiooo2i. 

Flay, V. t. to skin, ooagi^sngS'o^^ngSoD^o^ot. 

Flea, n. r^,ogpo^; ««a flea in the ear." cx)S4ia>i 

OO^S 0)800 jS , QlOoSooSoD^Sc^ODl ^S^l . 

Flea'-bite, n. o^oooo^ooS. 

Fleam, n. SSooojjScojSoDooo^Sooi yioioiSoS^oo 

Fledge, v. t. (^8^^c8poD^oa*Qj^(p58So8iooogiojb. 
Flee, V. i. to run, eoSb; to avoid, shun, c08^t, 

03^008^8. (See ood^^. G: oo). — Flee from, 

Flee9e, n. dSS^^glooajp. , v. t. of55^So8oo 

sj^; to strip of property, steal from, qi^S, 

c68j^Syio5 ^c8S8f 8^ooiooScoo^80oo2^»^T-. 
Flee'9y, a. covered with wool, Q8p88oasjf cxx^S 

Q^z] resembling wool, cSioSooioSosojjS; a 

fleecy cloud. 
Fleer, v. i. to deride, sneer, mock, ii|5gp,oDc8i 

Fleet, n. a squadron, a>c8q^80£8cx>^. , a. 

swift, nimble, oDioa^iooS^^. , v. i. 

to pass swiftly, hasten over, cbi^iogSooS 

Fleet'ing, p. a. transient, transitory, cBSoooSS 

Fleet'ness, n. swiftness, speed, velocity. See 
Fleet, a. 

Flesh, n. the covering of the bones beneath 
the skin, ogp ; meat, oo^g^ ; the body, 
^S 8, ^S CO ©S 5 carnality, lasciviousness, 
O08oooj5ooc8i, ooSooi8p^Sobcoi^S8o8QPoo8 
(»8^ ; human nature, yioo^ o^c^^ooooS ; 
kindred, race, stock, yiSojsSooSj^ioo©!! 
o»o^ ; our own flesh or blood kindred, 
oo8oqP. See o8i. ^o: jq. 

Flesh'ly, a. pertaining to the flesh, corpore- 
al, oo^e)0888ocgpogj5 ; pertaining to the 
body, oopco888o^S8^^co©S; carnal, sensu-^ 
al, worldly, oo^2)0888cx)8ooojSooc8iaDS,coi 

^SooSoboOCD^«08§80080QpOo8S . 

Flesh'y, n. corpulent, o»^jSd?^,c8jbo8; plump, 
d9^^ooooS,c8^(jji^oooC>5 ; fleshly lusts, ooS 
oo8ogCDp«o888ooSo8ooSQ^. See oyt. j: oo. 

Flex-i-bil'i-ty, n. pliancy, flexibleness, ooS^S 

do, wglf; furl, rude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Flex'i-ble, a. pliant, pliable, ©^5©(^,coaj|8coc^, 
©So6S©Sc8S; tractable, manageable, easi- 
ly persuaded, cD^co«88ooioooQS^S^,f^^S 

Flex'i-ble-ness, n. See Flexiblility. 

Flex'ile, n. See Flexible, 

Flex'ion, Flex'ure (£61/81110:), n. the act of 
bending, ooScSgoj^; a bend, ooSoooo^cBS, 

Flex'u-ous, a. winding, bending, ojpoS^op^ 

Flick'er, v. t. to flutter, waver, coSicS^ojcS^ 
05,008168 050S05. 

Flight, n. the act of fleeing, hasty departure, 
odSoo^; the act of flying, ooSogi ; a num- 
ber of birds flying, cfi^8S^SogiooS; 

of fancy, oD8€88^cx)ooscgSooS<;gSqg^; 

of stairs, cSc^. 

Flight'i-ness, n. levity, giddiness, lightness. 
See Flighty. 

Flight'y, a. fleeting, swift, coioo<i^iogS^u,oo^ 
^8S8oo^GS^oboo8^ cx>of S8i ; unsteady in 
mind, volatile, giddy, oo^o0888cx>80o5oorf) 
g,ooc6ift5c6to2iioo^ ; slightly deranged 
in mind, oo8ooi§\ooi8i. 

Flim'gi-ness, n. weakness. See Flimsy. 

Flim'gy, a. of weak texture, slight, dBoo€p,dB 
oo^So8oocp,ogoooi28, ogoDoJ^ojoDocO ; vain, 
weak; as, you make a flimsy excuse, f 

«1^1^8^OD800lO0S0Oc8oDc8 05 ^1. 

Flinch, t;. i. to shrink, wince, o^80ji,(^ioji; 

from fear, to quail, ^iodS88(jiojioo 

c8^ h ,^iooS 880^809100008. 
Fling, V. t. to throw, hurl, cast, o§5; to throw 

to the ground, prostrate, o§5c8iogS,^8c8x 

ogSooS. , t;. i. to fling into violent 

gestures, i^oDooDo1,2»?2'®?'^^^?^^^ 
SjSooioo^oSioo^giooijji ; to make cutting 
remarks, sneer, gibe, cDc8isb8oj^€b8a>8yi 
coiSoSiSgioo^i. — ^Fling away, to reject, 
discard, ^o§5,^8o§S.— Fling open, g88o8 

c8j5ooSooc^«8.— Fling out, to utter or 
speak in a harsh, abrupt manner, odc8i 
af)yio50D8ooiooSo5iooSgioo«8.— Fling up, 
to relinquish, abandon, ^^5ooS, oooi 

oDiioo^boo^. , n. a cast, a throw, a 

sarcasm, a sneer. See Fling, v. i. 

Flint, n. ooiSo^; to strik fire with, coiS 

o^; of a musket, o^ooiSo^. 

Flint'y, a. consisting of flint, 08^88001^0^ oal, 
oo^ex)888ooiSo^ ; resembling flint, c8xo5S 
ooi^o|S,Qioooo8Sooi^gpooo88; a flinty heart, 

O08cBl, OJ^cBlOD8rBl,OJ^OD^OD8c8lODG8^00p. 

Flip'pan-9y, w. See Flippant. 

Flip'pant, a. ooi(»o9c8iooSoo^^oo^S,ooc8iooSoo 

J^Sod8^, ODc8l00SoD^fe8C08, OOcfilOoSSoOOgl 

c8ibo5 o88,aDc8iooS<jSoS^U,oocBioo^oDJ^ODi, 


Fb'rt, V. t. to throw with a jerk, fling, oo§8 

c8p, oo<gx5og5. , V. i. to be light 

and unsteady, coquet, 8ic(J)i,8ir^S8icJ^if 

Qi^Qi^, Qiooc8iS5c8iooo^. , n. a 

flighty girl, a coquette, 85<j^8oDpooioo 
ooooq^cSioo^oop, «i 00 008 8i r^S 8ic^. See 
Fliet. v. t. 

Flir-ta'tion, w. coquetry. See Flibt. v. %. 

Flit, V. i. cgi^ingSooSu,cbi^iogSooS^oD08coioD^ 

Flitch, w. cB80dODoioo8. 

Float, V. i. to remain without sinking, swim, 

08^8; with the tide or current, c8x 

ogb, cSiogSS^ooooo. , V. t. to raft, 

q^8o8jS8, ii8c8iog ; as, to float logs from 
Henthada down to Rangoon, i^8c8iogc^^ 
^ooo^coic8oDoo8Qjo^ooo2^. ,. Wo any- 
thing that floats, oo^goQiQiooi9dc88; a 
raft, cfi,§{5. 

Flock, n. of sheep &c. o8,^Sc^8cb8o3^; 

of 'birds, dBpoo8S,dB^oD^,— — , v.i. 06 

Flock'-bed, w. c8i^ooiyi«ib88o8od3jpo 

Flog, V. t. to whip, lash, chastise, d^icoS^sifoS. 

Fldod, n. an inundation, a freshet, ooojSooi 

4,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, last, fgll, what; there, veil, term; pique; done, fdr, 

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ooS; the flowing of the tide, oocfi^. , 

V. t. ooS^ojSooiooS. 

Flood'-gate n. o6c^©ii,qp8^. 

Flood'ing, n. QoSoSi:^^ix>xo^p^\,coSc^p^. 

Flood'-mark, n. ooS«i^^o6c8^oo^o»c8S. 

Floor, n. the bottom of a room, 9i8oo€8,c88p; 
a story, a8; the first floor or story, 008^ 

06s OD 88. , V. t. to lay a floor, cS 

c8i,c^ic8i,9lc8ioj^oo^ ; to throw on the 
floor, cgSc8ioDic88f, Fig. qi^ii(^ic»ioo^ 

Flo'ral, a. cD^2)o«8s8ooo^,ooi^ib888ooo^. 
Flo-res'jenje, n. ooS8,ooS8c8f o8c8^. 
Flor'id, a. red, 8i,c8ioSoc>i8oo8iodo^ ; florid, 

excessively ornate, as language, cocSi 

Flor'id-ness, n. ooSSiaDo^i. See Flobid. 
Flor'in, n. ^oS\cocoQ^Sooi(^^oc&SooS\6i>d3%dze 

Flo'rist, n. yioDiooQi^^, cBS^S8o^ooo25odojSo5 

§§oDi oocSioScSSod DDsSodiSj^i • 
Floss, n. €»o2ioocbioo<^So28. 
Flos'sy, a. oopcot88 floss, cSioSSs floss. 
Flo'ta, Flo-tila, n. Spa. a fleet, oodSooioaoo^ 

Flot'son, n. ooS8<x>So6iooio»c8iogb8toaoo©Soo 


Floun9e, v. i. to throw the limbs about ir- 
regularly, flounder, struggle, bi(g|Sbig8 

b. , V. t. to deck with a flounce, 

01^35 QioDicS^QoSs flounce, coscgsS^cS^so 

oDiooSooooioDc^SoSiSgi. f n. a loose, 

puckered trimming, ooSso8cg8ooi85<j^8S 


Floun'der, n. See Flounce, v. i. 

Flour, n. ooSco^?} wheat-flour, opcgipo&oo^^; 
rice-flour, c^odso^od^^; medicinal pow- 
der, COCOpOOCO^p. , V. t. gODS§8cBjSoa 

Flour'ish,' t;. t. to thrive luxuriantly, thrive, 
8^c8^c6c8^^; to be prosperous, og8c6|5 
cSicS^b; to use copious and florid lan- 
guage, ooc8iooS(»1oo18S8Sq8^88q»»5ooodi; 

217 FLU 

to use bold, sweeping strokes in writ- 
ing, .C^80oScBloSrBloT, aj>8OD^8OC^«ODC^800SS 

o5iS§i^opo»oD8G8^b. , t;, i. to orna- 
ment, to embellish, ttioDooiooSoDobooS, 

«ie)5«ioDtooS; a sword, to brandish, 

Flout, V. t. «ioo^ooo1,qt^§p. , n. 00^00^00 

Flow, V. i. to run, as water, cgicSi; to rise, 
as the tide, o6c8^; to proceed from, is- 
sue, 08^,0608^ ; as, he cut his leg and 
the blood flowed, oobooS^oo^oj^SSscgp 
c8^c8i; to abound, be copious; as, the 
blessings of God flow to me, or abound 
to me, oD©^cgioooDSd3^oxc8xoo^ oDi 00) (tH 
8S8^c8i; to hang loose and waving, 
oDgioi,oS@SoS@S ; as, a loose garment, 
ooSioS, oooS@So^@^.— Flow out, cboiS 
cfi^og5,cgic6^cgS.— Flow down, as tears, 

(b5o6) c8ic^,b5 o5 c8i c^ c8i oS.— , n. a 

stream of water or other fluid, a cur- 
rent, ooSc^icSib ; abundance, copious- 
ness, odS oH ocH 8S 8S. 

Flow'er, n. abloom, a blossom, 8; the fairest, 
choicest part of anything, odSo^oiododiS. 
, V. i. to blossom, bloom, 8c8^,o8c8^. 

Flow'er-biid, n. 9S^. 

Flow'ered, a. embellished with figures of 
flowers, G8^8tooSo5f 03^91. 

Flow'er-et, n. a floret, 88,8goDS. 

Flow'er-y, a. full of flowers, ^ib888ooo^,8c8^ 
oa1o;n8S8S ; embellished, wSooibStiSooo^, 

Fliic'tu-ate, v. i. to move hither and thither, 
o8ododSooooS,08odi^iooi^^; to waver, be 
in doubt, vacillate, od8cx>Sodo1,od83SS38. 

Fluc-tu-a'tion, n. unsteadiness. See Fluctuate. 

Flue (flu), n. §^Qi^^cfi^05^- 

Flu'en-§y, n. oDcSiooScgiSsoo, oDcSiooSSooc^ioa 


Flu'ent, a. flowing, liquid, ^gS^ic8ib,cgac8i 
c§; ready in the use of words, voluble. 
See Fluency. 

do, wolf; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; § as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 
• 54 • ' 

Digitized by 





Flii'id, n. ooSooo6,ooSoDioacgic8ioD, , a.ooi 

Flu-id'i-ty, Flu'id-ness, n. the quality of being 
capable of flowing, ooooScgij»; the state 
of being fluid, ooScgioD,oDS(^c8pooScgic8x 

Fluke, n. oDiSDooDi,oo8oooji,^j5og8,^^@S. 
Flume, n. a passage or channel for water 
that drives a -mill-wheel, a mill-race, c6 


FjSm'mer-y, a. a sort of pap, cB^^oDc^ojfODOD 
og5; empty words, nonsense, ooSodcSiooi 

Flur'ry, n. bustle, hurry, confusion, ooS«i^ 

8l 8l C^ 8x 008 001 038 OOcSl OoS c8l €b8 Od ^1. 

-, V. t. to excite, agitate, qio>Sco^ 


Flush, V. i. to come suddenly, oboiScfipoDc^cS; 

to become red, flush, 8ic8j5b. , a. 

vigorous, fresh, bright, sj^, oS^sj^cS^ 
g; abounding in, affluent, oop«D88805SQi 

Flushed', p. a. red in the face, ^58ic8p«i» 
00881090^1; elated, oo8^c8^, od8odo5S oo 

Flus'ter, v. t. to confuse, muddle, wiooSod^od 


Flute, n. a kind of wind instrument, 6,oc§f ;* 
a channel in a pillar, oD^^^c8j5,ooooS 
c8i ©iS C01, 00 0^1 CO 0^ 88oooSooiooi^ooc8i. 

, t;, i. to play on a flute, 0|6,o|o 

<g^; to form flutes or channels, qi^SooS 

Flut'ed, p. a. cS^Ssoao^i; as, a fluted column, 

OOiSgS^ 88000^1081 COI^ODoglOO^ODO^l . 

Fl after, V, i. to flap the wings, hover, oo^^^S 
0d08; to vibrate, wave, 08^t^8,oib8b8,0803 
^So^^S ; to be agitated, oj^^oo^sodsco^s. 

, V. U to agitate, disorder, Qia28Qi 

080D^5oo<gS. , n. o9SajtooSo8 oo^|5 


Flux, w. a flow, ooSogic8ibSaDSo6c»o88,oo^cgic8i 
coo^icoS(|ji ; a passing, ooScbi^iogS; dys- 

entery, a purging, coScdlc^fCoSaJloDiai 

Flux'ion, n. See Flux. 

Fly, V. i. as a bird, ogi; to pass swiftly, cbigi 
g; to flee, run away, try to escape, woS 

ooS,e)oS(|jiog5ooS; as a spring, oD^b,6^ 

8^ ; to part asunder, burst, os^,o8^os 
^•— Fly at, to rush on, oo^8p8^, @Q 
dBf ; as, the cat flew at the dog, od^qi 
c8ioo^8cfiSog^; the hen flew at the cat, 
oBSSySjt^ggdBfoo^SidSi; to let fly, to 
shoot, discharge, 08.— Fly in the face 
of, to insult, assail, resist, cocBioolyiod 
008, c8o)(fii 03 c8 cS. — Fly back, oo^coo) 
oji.— Fly into, as a passion, od8 8^c8^ 
^8coc^€8.— Flyoflf, SogS.— Fly open, (Bz 
S^ o|S 00 0D8 OD c8 tS .—Fly out, to rush 
out, 0D8c6fng5aDc8«8.— Fly up, 03§8c8^. 

, V. t. to shun, avoid, 008^8; a 

kite, q^8ogio5S8io&^8i. 

Fly'-blow, V. t. oof ojcoloDOio^. n. oD^opoolcpo^. 

Fly'-flap, n. ooS<^5cg5oofo20cn. 

Fly'ing, a; waving, oof od8 88 coS 08 obi dSi cbi 
cSi; as, flying colors, oooDfo8obid3i6bi 

Fly'ing-h6rse, n. cooo^o^iyCoo^Scoob. 

Ely'-leaf, n. o55oooooj)8ooi05(»fooqg|boDio55oo 

OoQSosSf 00888001 O^OOoOlS, OD0D0^8SODO2|8, 

Foal, w. o9c^f 8. , V. t. oocDf 8S^c8i. 

Foam, n. froth, spume, ooooj^. , v. i. to 

gather foam, o6oD:^c6f ; to throw out 
foam, 06 OD (^ OD § Sp ; to be in a rage, 

Foam'y, a. frothy, spumy, ooioooDc^cSf ,08^ 8s 


Fob, n. a watch-pocket, f f^So^oi, ff^f 800 
001 f. 

Fo'cal, a. oof 0D888 focus. See Focus. 

Fo'cal-ize, v. t. to concentrate, q^8j8§foo^Qjoo 
focus; as, light is focalized in the eye 
and sound in the ear, oo^odSiooo^iSsoo^ 
^88f (Siooio^S^ij^f 8so^o3i^gdoo8oof wt Ss 


ft,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cArei far, l&st, fgll, wh^^t; thfere, veil, term; pique; d6ne, fdr. 

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Fo'cns, n. ongSoo^coi^SooooooiSsoocSS^ooooSoD 
8i(»ojn«§^b|^ocfi8(SiooiooScT:)8ic» focus. 

Fod'der, n. (^Stzco oo^ oo e^ oo oojS, , v. t. 


Foe, n. an enemy, an opponent, ooS(»qtp(»ol. 

Foe'-man, n. an adversary in war, yios^^^oodl. 

Fog, n. gpp. 

Fog'gi-ness, n. See Foggy. 

Fog'gy, a. misty, 3)^081, oo^Si^^cSi; very 
foggy, 3)^c8p«8; dull, obscure, 0001^00^, 
(gloooioo^; as foggy ideas, ooSsSodS^od 

Fo'gy, n. a person behind the times, a dull 
old fellow, yi«ibSoo8S(»oSc»ooo ^ qi b 00 
oSg, ^looi^QioiooopSoo^Soo^. 

FoiT)le, n. a defect, a weakness, a frailty, od8 

Foil, V. t to defeat, thwart, Qi^iiQioojiooS ; 
to frustrate, baffle, balk, @b88«ioD88i 

yiQOooSor^. , n. a defeat, ooS88oo^ 

cx)Sqi^iiqiod^; a failure of an attempt, 
a miscarriage. ooSo2^ooobc8^oo^,oD88ib; 
a blunt sword used in fencing, ^scfiScS^ 

88ooa:)8Sooio9S8f)§oS8oo32^^^^^y'LO^ 9*^ ! 
a thin leaf of metal, ooSojoDogJojoooDl, 

©1^880203^1, ©oD^i, c8Soo^i,©iSoo^i,y5oo^i 

ODOD888 foil (]8^b00ODOj5000^c8l. 

Foist, t;. /. to interpolate, oi|5|og^oDSoDioaoo 

Fold, w. a pen for sheep, o8oooii,o8oaoo6[i ; a 
flock of sheep, o8od<20oioooo^o0888oooii8i; 
a plait, double, ooSoo^ ; as much again, 
•8; as, two-fold, o©8; three-fold^ (x>i©8 &c. 

, V. t. to enclose sheep in a pen, 

i^8a5o8oo^ooioooii^i ; to double, ||8; 

the arms, oooc8^^; the hands, §^ 

c8p5^0D8, o5^o*^c8^ f gl 038. — Fold up, 

Fol-der, n. |{5^. 

Fold'ing, a. as a door, b@c6^Soooi. 
Fol'i-age, n. c»^88oj^od^oooJ5. 
Poli-ate, V. t. to beat into a thin plate, 8od 
oj^odS; to spread over with a thin coat 

of tin and quicksilver 5 as, to foliate a 
looking-glass, ooojScSioodI^ooi ySogoDocH 
ooc8i6i88028c8iooib5 c6 od 001 05 ^. , 

a. O0^U>888OO^S80O^00^OO<9|S. 

Fo'li-o, n. or a. ©sQod^Si. 

Folk (folk), n. (jpl. folks) people in general, 

Fol'li-cle, n. Anat. a small gland, cjj^ (gland) 

8001OO8Og^000rj5l,oS©ScB80Dlc8^8l qB 81 00 
0^c8l, 00C^00C^|j5c8c0O^yi©8b0^001OD^8|00 

§(fiic8i ; Bot. a pod, aDS(»oiQ8p88ooSo©|j 

Fol'low, V. t. to go after, cbi85ooSoos>; to suc- 
ceed in course, ensueySS^cSSojo, BSooS 
oooSodOD^^ c8S 00 0D8 00 088 ; to pursue, 
chase, c^iooS; as, my dog pursued a 
deer, ooog^c^iooio^^ooi^cSi ; to obey, c^i 
SS^ooSoS^ooS dS 00 o ; to endeavor to be 
or do like, imitate, copy, cgSc8Qi88 ; to 
adhere to, ^og8c85o50D80Di yi 00 01 01, «i 
oo^co8c65oooD80DiQooi«ooi; to practice as 
stated business, ^§S«iooS68ooS«ioo6i 
Si. — FoUow about, to accompany, at- 
tend, c^iSSooSooSoQo^ cbi85ooSooooD<jji 

Fol'l6w-er, w. a disciple, an imitator, an at- 
tendant, a retainer, c»c^Sc»c8p,€» oooyi. 

Fol'ly, w. want of good sense, levity, foolery, 

OoS«18,OoSoj^000080D800 00800^,00^03100 0011, 

ooSqiooi qoooSSoocS^oo^. 

Fo-ment', v, t. to apply a warm medicament, 
or warm water, 5Sc88ftS<gi5 to apply a 
warm cloth, ooj54Sc88; to excite, en- 
courage, cfi^ 0J8 cfijS bi yi o^J5 00 o|5(»0D8; 

a quarrel, q8oo|Sc8Ss880jic8jSooS(» 


Fi5-men-ta'tion, n. 0000^0101,00^8800^00^0191, 
oDi yiS^cfisftS^i ooSool,ooS4Sc88SS^ooS . 

Fond, a. loving, tender, doting, co^«3D888oo^ 
(^^oo^c^^,oo^9^^88; as, the teacher is 
fond of children, oDc^J5oooi^^di^88858 
00^; I am fond of mangoes, cbo^coo^S 

do, W9lf; f&rl, riide, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Pon'dle, V. t. to caress, 88b,coooiSb,^i^b,§Soo 

Fond'ness, n. affection, love. See Fond. 
F6nt, n. a spring or fountain, o6d8^oiS,o6^; 
a baptismal font, <x>Sooc8SoDioQa3^^\88o6 

ooi05oo^o6€»8S.i , n. a complete 

assortment of printing type, a fount, 
c5S^5ijji^oooDoj5S8oooooj5o;nbopio^ (^5 oa 


Fonf a-nel, a vacancy in the infant crani- 
um, SoD^ddS^co. 
Food, n. victuals, meat, provisions, ooScS^ 


Fool, n. an idiot, 9T<aiS; an unwise person, 
a simpleton, yiooio^oD^oj^oDcS^, yioD8 
oDoos; a buffoon, a jester, yiooc8ooc8^; 
to make a fool of, c8j^Sc85c^yioDiooS 

oooSoDoiSi. , V. i. to trifle away 

time, QioDiSog5ooaoioooDcB^03ic85(^ooSoo 

^1. , v.t. to cheat, impose. upon, 

^^SooS.— Fool away, i^80Di5cgSooSoDi(» 

Fool'er-y, n. foolish conduct, od^qiodiooo^oo 


Fool-hard'i-ness, n. rashness. See Fool- 


Fool'-hard'y, a. rash, venturesome, ^booiod 

Fool'ish, a. wanting in common intellect, 
silly, simple, ooi ooodSoj^^ ooS cos oo g8^ ; 

^person, yaoD88i8, yioo 0D800 oo8, yi 

ooi(»odSojj^cx)(S^; useless, profitless, coi 

Fool'ish-ness, n. folly. See Foolish. 

Fools'cap, n. ©88oooooj5. 

Foot, n. the end of the leg, SSoD^ ; base, 
bottom, foundation, 00^0^8^008, oo^o^o 
08; a measure of 12 inches, ooSdBjSoooi 
cSpb oj ^<jS8p, SoS8ooSodo88oo8{5c8S ; in- 
fantry, o^8ooopo5ioQcbiq^toDS|^ooc6j5oc>^ 
SsODOJ^OdS, S8^8iooc88i 00^, 00^ cbi b (^ 
00 Sj5 cSi ; to set on foot, start, begin. 

220 FOR 

originate, «i©8c6^oo^ 00 oi Si. , v. t. 

to kick, spurn, eg; to ascertain and set 
down the sum total, o5§^ooSic30i5ooo^. 
, V. i. to walk, oo8ooiS^; to go on 

foot, cblODlS^. 

Foot'-ball, n. GoS(j)i^oDooiy"iQ8booi^058^, ocSx 


Foot'-boy, n. 8od^ glooio3cbi85oooo©S od ©§8 Ss 

Foot'-hold, n. ooSc5So2ia2)o5,8^c9Sagiioo5. 

Foot'-ing, n. ground for the foot, ooSS^odioo 
ojjnbj foundation, 00^008^008} perma- 
nent position, ooc8S©5c8S(xgii. 

Foot'-man, n. a livery-man, yioooiooiooSS^ 


Foot'-pad, n. a highwayman, c^iooioo88r^Sajp 

Foot'-path, n, c^o^iS. 
Foot'-prmt, n. 8^c8S, 
Foof -stalk, n. a petiole, a pedicel, oj^oo^oi 

008^8^, OdOD 0^1. 

Foot-step, n. a track, oo8^c8S,oD8f ol. 

Foot'-stool, n. S^dS^icSS. 

Foot'-stove. n, opco^ioo88oDcoojSooiyio5cx>ii 

Foot'ing, n. ground for the foot, ooS8^c8^ 
cxQiib ; foundation, odSoo8^o68; perma- 
nent position, foot-hold, o^cSSSS, ooc8S 

F5p, w. a dandy, an exquisite, a coxcomb, 


F6p'per-y, n. coxcombry. See Foppish. 
Fop'pish, a. dandyish, spruce, qioooo8S fop 
0502SoQCoSodo88, c8io5coi fop; oSodODicSi 


F6r, prejp. for the sake of, ooi058S ; on ac- 
count of, odiooqS, 001 Od8^ooeo; instead 
of, coioocSS; as, he went for me, o^b 
^^^(^lODioDcSS ; in order to, S0S888; go 
towards, c6ic8ic8i, cbi ©iSooi ; as, we 
sailed for China, o88ooc8c8ic8i92oo|^89o 

ft,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, fall, what; there, veil, term; pique; done, fdr, 

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tBS; throughout, 8,8 gl; as, for a year, 

S^pgojl; notwithstanding, oS^Sodoj; why, 

oS»oSSc6^. , covj. since, because, 

8i,8iS)^^SsiOoo^§oSi. See i8. 096: o. 
Pdr-as-much-as, 'Conj. inasmuch, since, oooos 
8t5 as, forasmuch as you went, oS^cbi 


Fo'rage, n. food for horses and cattle, coyy^co 

«8, cJjlj^8i^8iop^ooopc»a>^. , V. t. to 

collect forage, o^^Sooc^^oosS, c^^8\^8i 
oocop; to plunder at large, ravage, cos 
oi8i(^5j^SooSooi o^q^oaoloocSS^i. 

Fo-ra/, or Foi/ay, n. oo^8oSc6ooirB^ooi8«(^5j^^ 

For-beir', v. i. to abstain from, cease, stop, 
(6pooc8S,dBojS ; to refrain, oowicoiiCD^; 
to decline, dBoj^. (See oos. j : n); to be 

patient, ooos^i. , v. t. to avoidi ods 

^•,o§po08^ooS; to bear with, indulge, 

For-bear'an9e, n. a patient disposition, long- 
suffering, lenity, oj{5jioos^\,ooS^|^6oas 
fiyooS. See FoBBEAB. 

For-bid', V. t. to interdict, prohibit, 0005^00^ 
t»^8sStb,oioooi; to hinder, oppose, ob- 
struct, @ooS,o65oo5,coc}j«ioo^. 

For-bid'den, a. p. prohibited, interdicted, Ss 

For-bid'ding, a. offensive, repulsive, odious, 


Forje, n. strength, power, energy, impetus, 
t]o^6^82^a:>)aj{jS^coSooSodOD8i| o3^0dA^0dCX>), 
ooSoaooi^^; the force of gravitation, 00 
ooiS; endeavor, exertion, oDSaj>8c8^oo6S 
aoDc^JS ; compulsion, constraint, coer- 
cion, 00^ Qi ^ Qi 88 ; an armament, 
troops, y\c}^8aj8oooJ5,02i^So5Sc8; to pull 
with force, a^8 x&% tdt, o^s ^« gs. —In 
force, as a law or command, valid, still 
operative, odSo8^od^c8c8^ oiS dB8 ojii ot. 
, V. i. to make effort, strive, endeav- 
or, c^8ei8gi, cfj^8c8^oe6^ooocn, c(^8c8podA^ 

ooooc8{5,qSoi. , V. t. to compel, con- 
strain, coerce, QioDj^yQioj^gico^i, qxqj^ 
«i88,Qa^8«io^i; to rape, ravish, violate, 
8882^,oiuo88T8S<^^o9iOdo38i; to take by 
force, storm, qi^^j^qj^.— Force along, 
, to impel, drive , ^t obt oj^ , cS^ cbi 00^. 
— ^Force from, wrest, extort, t^Sj^^sj^. 
— Force in, to burst in, a§ §5, oigSsjp. 
— Force out, expel, eject, ccj8c8p3jp, q^i 
F6r'9eps, w. Sing, pincers oo8o5Soocx)ogS, ^ 

o6S,O^CD^€D88t&^^, 00SjS,O0Ol>f ^0001^8000^ 
^^Oc88Q9l OdOOlcBl. 

F6r'9i-ble, a. strong, potent, mighty, 3j{5,@8 
@8,oD|^ioo|^i,«68i358 5 efficaicious, efl&cient, 
oDiooQif 11(^100^00^; as, efficacious medi- 
cine, ooo3^oDioooo^8oo^co),ooo5^oo^c8S88 

F6r'9i-ble-ness, n. See Fobcible. 

Ford, n. (»c8S^o8o5o6odio8^c^. , t;. t. 8 

oSco 6^18^,0^800038^. 

Ford'a-ble, a. 00108 ooi 8^ cd ; as, afordable 
stream, 060^001 o8ooio8|Sc§. 

Fore, a. coming first, Q8{5ooigo)8,ODpex>i888j5o3 
8; as, the fore end of a boat, ^008^008. 

Fore-arm', v. t. ooobSoo c8i oS ©nooS (» ^ 00 bi, 
, n. f^fcSiooooSS. 

Fore-b^de', v.t. to foreshow, foretell, predict, 
q8GB^<^oSeiioo^ooQiodOD8; to have some 
presage of the future, augur, ooSoogioa 


Fore-cast', v. t. to foresee, . oj^oSposcSioS^ii 

OOlODSo0010dOD800lOoSo5lXDoS|lOo8S . 

Fore'cast, n. prevision, ooSo^jSdB^o8d8io5«ii. 

. See FoBECAST. v. t. 
Fore'cas-tle, n. oi8coioDd5o58^oo8&aoc88(Spooi 


Fore-cit'ed, a. ooio>oopoD%8ooSbooioo88^. 

Fore-close', v. t. to prevent, bar, stop, @?x:>S 

ooSodo^, QiooSooS, «ic8cJ^oo^; a 

mortgage, o58j[SooSog^cBi5o56fi^|^o^^o^ 


Fore-clos'ure (-klozh'ur), n. See Fobeclose. 

do, wolf; furl, rude, push; ei,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j ; g as in get; § as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Fore-doom', v. t. to predestinate, i^^^oSeii 

Fore'-end, n. 008^058. 
Fore'fa-ther, n. yicx^iS^oSo^ooSiooajJIoDOi. 
Fore-fend', v. t. to a^ert, fend oflf, hinder, 

Fore'fin-ger, n. the index, ?^^oj^5. 
Fore'foot, n. oo^ScBSSoo^oo^,^. 
Fore'-front, n. the van, coi^8. 
Fore-go', v. t. to quit, relinquish, renounce, 


Fore-go'ing, a. preceding, a>^?>D8§8ooSo6coi(» 

Fore'-ground, n. ooc8ScoiooSoic»^5q). 
Fore'hand'ed, a. early, timely, provident, 

Oo|SoD88«OD^dlooS,C30l0^fib^fibOD^OoS ; 

having property in store, c6^88oDSog8ooS 
Fore'head (for'ed), n. the brow, the front, 8^ 

For'eign, a. alien, extraneous, ODpt30888o6oi 
cBSoi; not pertaining to, odcd^od8§8(odS 
o5i»Sgi); a foreign dog, og^oodB. 

For'eign-er (for'in-er), n. an alien, yioD8c8^^ 
8, yia>ioooo^oD88go6oic8Soi,c8iooi. 

Fore-judge', v. t. to prejudge, i^^^oSenoDS. 

Fore-know', v. t. to know beforehand, c»^ 

Fore-knowl'edge, n. prescience. See Fore- 

Foreland, n. a cape, a promontory, a head- 
land, c«|S8p(»^ScB8. 

Foreleg, n. oo^8c8S8oo^. 

Fore'lock, n. 8pcSoD^oo8po2. 

Fore'man, n. an overseer, a superintendent, 

Fore'mast, n. ooc8(x>Sog^oDi(»8^oD8oDCgp. 

Fore-men'tioned, n. as, the forementioned 
subject, (iaoScoiooooSi«oo^oaco8coioa88p. 

Fore'most, a. first in place, most advanced, 
001^ ; as, the foremost ship, oDcBooigo) 
oDc^p; first in dignity, chief, oo^ex:>888oo 


Fore'named, a. as, theforenamed person, yi 

Fore'noon, n. morning, oooocBSc^^Sob cS^oiS 
opiooi ^S og^ ; as, he arrived in the fore- 
noon, OD£|l8^Sog^88oboplb. 

Fo-ren'sic, Fo-ren'sic-al, a. coSaotSs^. 

Fore'or-dain', v. <. to preordain, predestinate, 

F6re-6r'di-na'tion, n. predestination, prede- 
termination. See Foreordain. 

Fore'part, n. the beginning, 00 8^ oD8,oo^gl 
008; as, the fore part of the house, iS>S 

Fore'rank, n. the front, oocSScDigolooooi^. 

Fore-run', v. t. to precede, have the start of, 
^io5©ii,(feicoigol, o6o5©ii, obooi^, obcoi 

Fore-riin'ner, n. a harbinger, a herald, yicb 
oSciioDi yioDOio^ 03 ^S^ ,odS 66oS©iiooiodS 

Fore'-sail, n. oohog^oDiooc8aa8^oD8oDogSoooj^ 


Fore-see', v. t. to foreknow, o6^o5©noD^. 

Fore-show', v. t. to foretell, prognosticate, ^% 

Fore'side, n. o3^5g1oo8. 

Fore'sight, n. the act of foreseeing, presci- 
ence, prognostication, od^o6^oS©ii(x>^ ; 
provident care, ooSo5tc8^cgSc8icoi«jQ) 

Fore'sight-ed, a. provident, prescient, ooScos 
88 foresight, c6^8« foresight. 

Fore'skin, w. perpuce, oj|S8^o8, 

For'est, n. a wood, a woodland, y^^SoD^i. 

Fore-stair, v. t. to anticipate, preoccupy, gi 

oS©nooSoDiyioio3 ^g1 ; the market, 

^io5©i\ooS o|5ooSoo\ooioooD^|ta)lSoDi2l^ 


Fore'stay, w. ^ioDc8oDioo©i^a)ic8ioooD80oiooS 

F6r'est-er, w. an inhabitant of a forest, yiooi 

i,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, f§ll, what; th^re, vgil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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ODfS^bsBsboDiy^coSojjl ; the keeper of a 
forest, yicoio^QsogSySoDSajjloooDSiSoSgc^i 
oDi^o^cDiiooe^ooo^oDcjbabsobosoD^S oo^ c&x 

Pore'taste, n. anticipation, ooScS^cg^oj^cgSoS 

Fore-tell' v. t. to predict, prognosticate, c^o5 


P6re'th6ught (-thawt), n. premeditation, fore- 
cast, oDSo2^c8^otc8io5©ii8jglc»8S. 

Fore' tooth, n. ^8ooc^^. 

Pore'top,, n. the hair on the forepart of the 
head, 8^o2^oD)8^cx)osy^ ; the top of the 
foremast, ooSog^oDiooc88poo8ooog^^|S(» 


For-ev'er, adv. eternally, always, endlessly, 

Fore-warn', v. t. to caution, admonish, og^ 


F6r'feit, v. t. money, oD^cSe; an estate, 

8800^ooSi^8^Sn§Soocx)S^c8S8jS8^coi ooSoooi 

oio^tS; character, «ico»8icg5 oo odi 

oDSio^b. , n. a fine, a mulct, a pen- 
alty, O3^00^c8«. 

Fdr'feit-ure, n. See Foefeit. 

Forge, V. t. to work iron on a large scale, 

SSoosSoSsoocfedB^ooioo^oSioDS gi 00 8S 5 to 

counterfeit, oo^c5S<i>scSpoDc8oDc8i. 
Forge, n. a furnace where iron is heated 

and hammered, a puddling furnace, a 

smithy, ^^, 6o6iooSooo880oc8S^c^i85oo8c^|S 

For'ger, n, a fabricator, a falsifier, yic^i8«c^i 

Porg'er-y, n. the act of counterfeiting, odSc^s 

SsyiQioo^cSSSoSt OD c8 1^ 00^ odSi Qi 05 8S ; 

that which is counterfeited, oSScoioocfe 

oS^booi forgery. 
Por-get', V. t. to lose the remembrance of, 

cotoi^^oo^i to neglect, slight, oooScfeoo^ 

ODp,aDoot8«a3»oi|{5b. See jp. (yg: es. 

For-get'ful, a. apt to forget, ^^^03891^^03^ ; 
heedless, careless, neglectful, ^g^^Si 


For-get'f\il-ness, n. inattention. See Foe- 


For-give', v. U to pardon, remit, ^c^yiooooS 

For-give'ness, n. pardon, remission^ See Foe- 

For-giv'ing, a. disposed to forgive, merciful, 
compassionate, ^^S^^og5yi(»oDSoD«^^ 

F6rk, n. ^^«68,8^^8,^^^to5@S ; the fork of a 
tree, 0DJ5gS; fork of river, oooQo8g. 

Fdrk'ed, a. cSf 88oo@5j^c8^88c»otj. 

For-16rn', a. deserted, abandoned, OD^oDSogS 
ooSb,oo^oD^o08co9^^i; wretched, miser- 
able, pitiable, frienaleas, oo^§^oo^^8,c8i 

F6rm, n. shape, figure, configuration, oooj^ 
oo8i ; pattern, model, c»8,oa8oo(fe5 ; ap- 
pearance, ojoD^cfllSoSiSgi; stated meth- 
od, system, constitution, od^ qi 5 » 8 00 
<^5c6^o5©ibooo8t; ceremony, formality, 
coventionality, oo^QioooiSodooco^odo^^oo 
cDSobbc»o88; a long seat or bench, odSc^8 
ooc8^8c8,c8Scg^^io8c8 ; types composed 
and arranged for one impression, ciS^S 
(gi^coiooco^ooi §^b^io&i ^1^1 06088 CO t^ |t 
booc^8ic»8S. , V. t. to make, con- 
struct, q8<feo8^,Qi(^c8^ ; to shape, fash- 
ion, mold, «i(^c8^odSooojSc»8i,qioo^So88 
ooojSoo8ioDQ8^c8|5b ; to arrange, put in 
order, c^io9ioDSSoocD^ooc8^,a>o65oDc8iooS 

F6rm'al, a. according to established method, 
methodical, regular, 6(iac^So5aDSc8|5oD^b 
00088 ; ceremonious, punctilious, oDi» 
c8S|SooS(ioo2^c»ooSoo8ooc^5; regular and 
precise in manners, stiff, cdioood^cSioSS, 
c8^^SpoSc8(j^8ooo^^oooo^; external, super- 

fical, OO^ta0888|^8o8g3^, 00^^888C^ei8OO^ 

do, wglf; furl, rude, push; ei^o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh| g as j; g as in get; g as z; $ as gz; |i as in linger. 

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F6rm'al-ist, n. one who observes forms and 
ceremonies, yicoiooc8^^^oDSc»og^c»ooSoo 
Soac^SoDOi; an insincere worshipper, c/i 


For-mal'i-ty, n. ceremony, conventionality. 

SeeFoEMAL. a. 
For-ma'tion, n. structure, construction. See 


F6r'mer, a. prior, antecedent, previous, coi 

^ii,coigiicoic8,coic»oSQ^; past, oo^oosSs 

ooooc8Sooic»^icg5o?S; long past, oo^oosSi 

(»ooc8^^icg5 00^ ob8 o5s odS o5 ; mentioned 

before, foregoing, coioooo^ooSisoDSboDi 

Fdr'mer-ly, adv. in time past, oDigiioDioD^ii, 

F6r'mi-da-ble, a. aUijpaing, dreadful, terrible, 

c8l^ic8l^8(/100l00d300^, 00^9D888O3^c8l^l 


Fdr'mu-la, w. an established rule, odSodc8ioo8 
oo(^5,ooS«i(»8oo(^5coi(^iooo£boo8S ; a for- 
mula of prayer, ooScDlocjoD<5|S(»8oo(fe5. 

Fdr'mu-la-ry, n. cSSoS^Sg formula 000^. 

F6r'mu-late, v. t. to reduce to a formula, o5 

Fdr'ni-cate, v. i. to have sexual intercourse 
without marriage, commit adultery, oi 

F6r'ni-ca'tion, n. adultery, oj^QioDtt^^poDQ^ 
g) ,ooSo^^o58i^^ooi . 

F6r-sake', v. t. to abandon, quit, reject, re- 
nounce, £8og5^ogS,o080Do^n§S. 

For-sooth', adv. in truth, c8c8,coySoD03iS. 

For-swe&r', v. t. to renounce upon oath, S^ 

c8l0OOD8CO1C^l00^S^0Ql0dO3 ^ CgS QoS oSl 

ooS^a. , V. i. to swear falsely, com- 
mit perjury, s8^c8ioooo80DiooSooo2|8ooo2lP 

Fort, n. a walled place, a fortress, §^(]8^8t 
(»8^|; a stockade, c8S; a castle, odiboi^ 

Forte, n. that in which one excels, odSc^od 
o3i^, odSojiiodooi^; as, he teaches many 
a,e,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, fall, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; done, fdr, 

branches well, but his forte is mathe- 
matics, (»b^^o8^c8(^ioDcoiooSocn6i 00 ^1, 

OoS COl^^oS ^^ gl OD Si 08^ c8 b C^ Ol OD ODli 

For'te, adv. Mus. loud, strong, 8^,aj^. 

Forth, adv. forward or onward in time or 
place, ojgl; as, go forth, obiaj^; come 
forth, 06 c8^ ; go forth out of the city 

OD8c8^SIJoS^,O08c8^00loS^l . 

Forth'-cdm'ing, a. ready to appear, O28i8ooo6, 


FOrth-with', adv. straightway, immediately, 

F6r'ti-eth' a. coioo^ic8pc§So6oooi. 

F6r-ti-fi-ca'tion, n. a fortress, a fort, a citadel, 
cfi58iooS8i; the science of fortifying, o^^ 

F6r'ti-:^, v. t. to surround with a wall or 
a palisade, Qio^8^^S8cdS8i ooS 8i § oSg Od 

q^ 00 0) 02 ^ ^ ^^ f'*'^ ^^ ^^ cSioo 01 ; to 
strengthen, confirm, «i oi^ o:> ^i^ qo\ ^ 

F6r'ti-tude, n. bravery, o3Sod8|od 09^,02^^:08 j, 
odSoo^oB^cd^c^oocS^ ; endurance, o^Soj^^ 

F6rt'night, n. 09 c8, h\. 

F6rt'night-ly, adv. 0Dis)|^»c8S<i^iQis»0D8OTc^. 

F6r'tress, See Foet. 

For-tu'i-toSs, a. happening undesignedly, ac- 
cidental, casual, ^8iooS,Qis»oD8^@3j5 
odS,coi (»«i<28 (» oct. 

F6r'tu-nate, a. propitious, auspicious, ooj5co« 
880DSoo^s8|5ois8po1; lucky, cJ6 6<i>85oi; 
successful, prosperous, coiooqiod^c^cB^ 
c8Sc8, a>^c»oi888^SooS^oDop, 00801910000 

F6r'tune, n. the good or ill that befalls man, 
chance, luck, fortuity, 03^06600910^01 
eiiooioooooo^c/ioD^ooo^; property, pos- 
sessions, wealth, coS^c8S8^8p, ooSog8oo^ 

F6r'tune-hunt'er, n. yiooioooj<fec8^yiog8yic8i, 

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Ffirtune-tell'er, n. yicoioo6tc8ioooD80Di odI 08 

OoSc^OOlO^OOCD^yiOD^OOloSlOO cop 00 oS (» 

F6r'ty, a. (90) cgSaS. 

Fo'rum, w. ^,6o680oSooo880DS6p^pc§Sooc8S. 

Fdr'ward, F6r' wards, adv. toward a place, 
onward, aj q1 ; in front, 001 00 8^008 ; 
as, toward the head of a vessel, 91JC0S 

»8pcx>8. , a. being atthe fore part, 

coioDSoo^Sg^ooS, 001008^008; ready, 
prompt, cBp CO (^5ooc9io5eiioooo800ioooo 
QiooSo5ioo^^ioa8S, (See 00001. j: 00); 
eager, earnest, ardent, oo8ojpcoiooSo5i 
oo^gioo8S ; bold, confident, 00^39800^,00 
^5^; being in advance of the time or 
season, 00^800001 odoocS^oo^ b 88 qi od oot 

c8i. , V. t. to promote, advance, t^t 

<^c8pc8pc8peiioo^ ; to quicken, hasten, 
^•Sl^fj^^U^? J *^ transmit, ojjSo^^oo^ ; 
as, to forward a letter, o^^o^^odS. 

F6r'ward-nes8, n. promptness, eagerness, ar- 
dor. See FoEWABD. a. 

Posse, n. a ditch, a moat, ooSoQi; Anat. ooS 

Fos'sil, n. oo^ooiodoop|pdBpOdoo8ooic8p8pc8ioS 
88ooiSooooojSogS|poc88ooi fossil c8i. 

, a. ooioo^c8Soooo888(^c8|SooiSooi 

oooopoo^lPc8id3iooic8p8pooS; as, fossil 
coal, 0^0080016000^ ooS|JSc8p|ScSiooi c8S 
8poo5; resembling fossils, coiooc8ioSooii; 
as fossil shells, ^^odiode^dBSSooi^OdoSs. 

Fos'ter, v. t. to nourish, oj^cS^ajpcS; to sus- 
tain and promote, cBenQieii. , 

Fos'ter-broth'er, n. ScjSbSglooioooDpao^og^ScSi 


Fos'ter-fath'er, n. 5^ioooicoi(»a58^^c^ioioo888 

Pos'ter-moth'er, n. 8S<{poooicoiooo58^^yioiod 


Potd, a. dirty, not clean, filthy, nasty, oo^oji 

225 FOU 

co^cS, 00800^, S^t&^S^^i oooo^oop; 
turbid, dirty, as water, ooq; cloudy, 
0dipc8|598c8i, ^8^0003^00^00^; vile, od 
OdiodcS; abominablei odious, c8ioo80o^ 
odi ; shameful, cSibSsjs ; iniquitous, 00 
cfioocSi; as the wind, unpropitious, 

as a 

unfavorable, c6 oo cSi oop ; 

rope, entangled or obstructed, ^ic8i 

ooooScSiooooS. , V. t. to assail, «i 

a>^8o3^o680o^ ; to run against, c8iooc|8 
co^, oo^8c8ioooo8; to make filthy, defile, 
bemire, soil, «ioo^o»ioo{Sc8ooS,«it^ooS» 
Foul'-mouthed, a. coiod03GSiooo^8(Pc8S,o»|5tt8 


Foul'ness, n. filthineas, defilement, hateful* 
ness, unfairness, oo^oSpooe^*! <^^ 00^ 
ooioo^cS. See Foul, a. 

Found, V. t. to place a foundation, to estab- 
lish, q8GSS 08^00^008^068, q8G8^0l^f88 

ajjnooS,02poo8^o58; as, it fell not for it 
was founded on a rock, (See q8. c^: j9.); 
to originate, qsc^dB^oo^ ; to cast in a 
mold, 08, 00^8* i^oo^ooiooSoaSoa^i, «i<fe 
cS^ooS ooiooioa 800^ . 

Foun-da'tio|i, n. basis, groundwork, ooSoo8^ 

008; of a brick or stone building, 

ooi80d8^o58; rise, origin, oo^od6^8^,ooW 
8|5o58, 00^ 00 8^ 801^ ; bottom, od 8^ 008 ; 
the act of founding, oo^q8(]8^dB^ooSoo 
8^008; an establishment affording per- 
manent support, an endowment, o3^ 
81081001 od oo^ooSooi §^b o;n odiopiod oo^cS^ 

Found'er, v. i. to sink, as a ship, c8io2|i,c8i 
o^8,c088ib; to fail of accomplishing one's 
purpose, miscarry, 00^02^08^0808100^00 

<fec8j5oo^, O08 8ib. , V. t. to make 

lame, said of a horse, Qioo1o3ooSoo^od8^. 

Found'er-y, Found'ry, n. c»c8%c^i^ic8io8coi 
00^001 0d^« 

Found'ling, n. 8o68ooioooo^oo^ogSooSb88 9ioi 

Fount, Fountain, w. a spring, ooc8^oi^,o6c8^ 

dg, wQlf; ffirl, rud0, push; ei,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; § as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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9P-io6^; a jet, o6§sdBj5 ; origin, source, 
fountain-head, ooSSoSs, ooS c^dBf dS(»c8S, 

Pour, a. cgS. (9). 

PourTold, a, four times as much, cgSei ; four 

times repeated, ogSoDcoi. 
Pour'foot'ed, a. quadruped, coioadS^SsooS^cg^ 

Pour'score, a. eighty, tSwo, (00). 
Four'squftre, a. cS^Ssog^^i^ogSoooi. 
Four'wheeled, a. d3^8«5oor^c§^oj^. 
Four'teen, a. ooooc^S, (09). 
Four'teenth, a. ooioa^io8^o3o5cgS&ioo6i. 
Fourth, a. cgSoioooi. 
Fowl, n. a chicken, 08 ; a bird, S^ 81 cS 8i. 

Powl'er, n. a sportsman, yioDiOdQi|^8^^^c8^ 

Fowl'ing-piece, n. a gun, o3oDiyioic8^6iQ85i, 

Fox, n. C8^8^,cg^5i. 

Fox'-hunt'er, n. c^iooiooc^iS^og^Si, 

Fra'cas, n. a quarrel, a disturbancOi yi 00^ 

Frac'tion, w. a portion, a fragment, oo^c^^ot, 

oD^»oj(»8; Arith. oo^a^^. 
Frac'tion-al, a. pertaining to fractions, 00^ 

Frac'tious, a. snappish, crossi irritable, (B^ 

8803gOO|, 010003800^00^, 00^ 00 ^8, ^ g^ 008 


Frac'tious-ness, n. See Fbactious^ 

Fract'iirei t;. U to break, crack, oio}|So8,oio9^, 

01000^8. f n. a:So^o9a^(S\o:Sa:Aw 

Frag'ilei a^ brittle, frangible, o?^<»8^,oo^^,§8 

o^8 ; weak and easily destroyed, frail, 

Fra-gil'i-ty, n. brittleness, frailty. See Fbag- 


Frag^ment, n. a part broken off, ooopodS; 
-of a writing, o6S8o5p8oo^. 

Frag-ment'al, Frag'ment^a-ry, a. ooio^<^c8^ 

00100^000^ Od8. 

Frd'gran§e, Fra'gran-9y, n. sweetness of 
smell or odour, ooS^i^^i^. See Fba- 


Pra'grant, a. odorous, of sweet smell, ^"i^^i 

Frail, a. weak, infirm, ooASeSocfl eS, ooajpi ; 
physically frail, oio^oo8eoS©oS, oo op od 
<^^; liable to err, c8i<x)op^. 

Frail'ness, n. See Feail. 

Frail'ty, «. weakness, infirmity, ooSfiSeSocOeS, 
ooS 05 oj 00 c^p, ooS 00 o:gii ; w eaknesi of 
moral principle, a38oDOiSooo:gucD^aDiooS 
oiooSoloo^i, od8ooo:j51ioo^coiodSc8^^SooS 
oS^ooSdSoi^i ; a fault proceeding from 
moral infirmity, a failing, a foible, coS 
oioo«^oo^ooioa8ooAS©Soo1 ©So5c8. 

Frame, v. t. to fabricate, construct, oi^SooS 
oooDcg|5,o2^cS^,oi(fedBf ; to prepare and 
adjust the main parts of a building, oi 

c8|5o6o0^9d8^(^^98c8l, Ol(^c8^OD^008^ ^, Ol 

<bc8^ooS(»oo<^^; to frame a picture, oi 
^Soo^8ioocg|S,oSgSooS8iooio58^5 to con- 
struct in an orderly series, adjust, 1^ 
^^80700^; tb construct, devise, invent, 
plan, ogf^c8po8c8iooSoioo8S, 02^c8|Se8c6i 

coiooSoocfec8^oo8^. , n. a fabric, a 

structure, ooSoocg^, oo^SSyS, ooS 8p ^; a 
case, 00918; a structure for supporting 
things, ooSoD§i,ooSoooi; temper or state 
of mind, oosiSjSSo&iS^i. 
Fran'chise (-chiz), n. an exemption, G8p8800 
^ooi(Poo^i^80Dioo^aSioo^^i; a privilege 
granted by government, <fi^880d^oD300 


Fran'gi-ble, a. brittle, breakable, ^, 00^^00 

Fr&nk, a. ingenuous, candid, open, sinceret 
001 ad(^<]ipc8^oo^oo9^c8i ofo^ c8i o^, 00 oS{ 
o}^^^8oo^. , V. t. to exempt a let- 
ter from postage, qt^i^oSSo^^^coiod 
02800C6. , n. a mark or signature 

01 a wriung, ooosoopooop. O28ooco. , n. a mars or signanura 

&ie|i|5,u,y,long; a,e,T,o,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, f§ll, wh^t; th^re, vgil, term; pique; done, fAr 

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by which a letter is exempted from 
postage, oo^^^ooio^qt^^oSS 09^ o^^ 00 
Frank'in-9en8e, n. cS^oop, c^^oc^tooiodfi^oooo 

Frank'ness, n. candor, ingenuousness. See 

Fbakk, a. 
Pran'tic, a. mad, raving, furious, bigi^isjs 

Fra-tem'al, a. brotherly, S8<j>S8bSooo98,c8io5 

Fra-tern'aUy, adv. S3^SbS(»o8s. 

Fra*tern'i-ty, n. the relation of a brother, 
brotherhood, yi8(jS8bSc8Sadooioooo6^i; a 
society, yiooioo5j^c8Sooo3iS8^SbSooooc^ioo . 


Prafri-9ide, n. yiooiodQioSodScj^^^. 

Fr§ad^ n. deception, deceit, cheat, ooScSooSji, 

Fr§adYul, Fraud' u-lent, a. containing fraud, 
dbtcS^,c8(3^,c8^^oo^ ; deceitful, trickish, 
knavish, wfly, ^^Sc8coS(fe«ooS. 

Friud'u-lenje, Fraud'u-len-9y, n. deceitful- 
ness, coSSm^^XyCoSobiS^^iS. 

Priught, a. loaded, freighted, (with this or 
that), 8S8to9^(»ioo^gi; as, a vessel richly 
fraught, oDc88Soo^@itojS@i8 5i; re- 
plete, filled, stored, coi^i8too^®iooS^i5 
as, a sermon, fraught with instruction, 
o3S4^<^ic5bc8icoi^ib88oo^ o8^ooSc8. 

Pray, n. aflfray, broil, contest, oo^oo^c85i8«opi, 
8c8Sc«Sc85a)oo»oo4ioo^i@S@i , v. t 

9109^00 ^SoOC^S,QlOOfc8^. 

Freak, n. a whim, a caprice, a fancy, ooS^8i 

Freak'ish, a. capricious, whimsical, ^|S«i» 

cosf) SiODo^^ooooS. 
Freckle, n. 00^503^5! ,oD^l^g. 
Freckled, a. (]8^8s freckle, Qiodooso^^ojS^o^S; 

a freckled face, ^5&^gsb5o&^c^,^So&^o£. 
Free, a. at liberty, unrestrained, 03q^ c8^03 

o5j,obog|^<BVJ ex^inpt. V^^J frank, un- 
reserved, cDiOdoS j]1dB^od308a6o6a>f QOSiOo 

oS|02^oo^foooioo|S; liberal, 09^00^^,09^ 
oD^oil; without expense, ooiSfoocS^oo 
G8^,oooojSo9^odcji, oDOo^o9^od02800G6 ; un- 
constrained, Qio^oooD8,Qio^odco^, 0000881 
«i<j5b. , V. t. to release, set at lib- 
erty, <3^o§5,<^cgS; to disengage, exempt, 
<^t^i<j)89»io2^^ ; to disentangle, qioo^oo 

Free'-a'gent, n. yioOi»oic^o^oooD8c8^c8^b. 

Free'-boot'er, w. <^ioo<^Soo^SooS. 

Free'-b6rn, a. as, a free-born person, ^ooiod 

Free'-cost, n. ooSc»5ioo(]8^,oooo|5oDi5oo^fcOic» 
8^00 p. 

Freed'man, n. c^iooioo^i^ojicoiooScbo^^cbji 

Free'dom, n. liberty, the state of being with- 
out restraint, ooScS^ooog), ooS^i^ ; im- 
proper familiarity, oo^yiooioo^ogtcS^oo 

(S^f ^;58oo^ooG8p; of, ooS(]8^880o^t 


Free'-heart'ed, n. o5^^^,^^Soo8od^io5^oo^. 

Free'hold, n, 05^9101, 08^8^9101, coioood©Soi 

Free'hold-er, n. yiooii»dB^88o5f9\ot,<fi^8^oi 

Free'man. n. one who enjoys liberty, yioo 
c^,yicoiod^i^888oi^^eioDS(d\SoSiSai; one 
entitled to some franchise, ^\(]Sp88oo^ 
001 ooooQi oo^oSioo^giooS^. 

Free'ma'son, n. yiodooc^iooioof[c8Soooo8(]8b8t 

Free'-school, w. «ic8ooSi»c8%yiQic8booop|poo 
00^09^00^00^00 o280dc6oo|S« 

Free'-spok'^n, a. ^a^ooc8ioo^(g)oooD^oo^, ^^^ 

Free'-stone, n. coiSooio88€8i<gic8io9, ooiSooio 

Free'-thigk'er, n. a skeptic, an infidel, yicoi 

OdOOf S0OpC^10dO0C2^00p88f88^OD8 O^ 09^ 

Free'-will, n. the power of acting as one will, 
oo^oo8a»oo8icoiyxooQi^ 0^ od 008 c8^ c8^ 0^ . 

do, WQlf; fori, r{ide, pt^sh; e,i.o. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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a. as, a free ^ill ofieringi oo^ 

Free'-W9m'an, w. yi»qg)^^. 

Freezei v. i. to congeal, 8Sc8iooo&i,8Sc8iooc8. 

Freight, (frat)t^. t. to load, oongSooSoDioDcSoo 

^1. , n. the cargo of a ship, lading, 

oocSodoD^ o 8it, 00^ o 91S C01 00 c8 00 ^i ; the 
transportation of goods by ship, ooSgi 
c»S8c»So5iooioDd8(»^i; money due for 
such transportation, od^odoj^s od 66 ooi Od 
aji oo^oonoocS^oocS. 

French, a. @|S4i,oo^oo«8«(/ig^ic»r8S. , w. 

the French language; as he speaks 
French well, i»bo^oDc8i§^Sic»oQ5. 

French'-hom, n. g^iioof^iooooogS. 

French'-man, n. yig^iiS, 

FrencVi-fied, a. QiodootcSioScoig^liodoa^Qi. 

Fren'zy, n. madness, insanity, delirium, ods 

Fre'quen-9y, n. See Fbequbnt. 

Fre'quent, a. often occurring, ooiod^iodooi 

Fre-quent', t^. t. to visit often, resort to ha- 
bitually, 6bi^o&i^GSi,o6^o&i^o&i ; as, he 
frequents the grogshop, odb ^p obi s^ c8 
ooi0dc8^^o&i^o&i; he frequents my house, 

Fre'quent-ly, a4v. often, commonly, ioSiioSi, 
oDc8Sd8Sooc8Sc8V, as, I see him frequent- 
ly, oDoSf oo^^iooc8Sc8Sooc8^c8S. 

Fres'co, w. shady coolness, duskiness, odSoo 
q^^c^^ooooS, oo^i^c^^ooodS; a picture 
drawn in dusk, OTii^jtoDSSioooDc^SooiooS 

Fresh, a. not faded, blooming d3oS^(^,ootc8^, 
o9c&i^sc8ic6cx>^ ; of a healthy appear- 
ance, ruddy, florid, (»ojSoo8i<q1o8^91cx)8 
8; new, dB; first to arrive, recent, cbcS, 

cbojicS; ^ as the wind, cool, brisk, 

o9G5i8^o>^t; as cool water, o&9i|S 

cS^^oitft; not salt, oxBa>^,o(g),60i,&^( 

228 Ffil 

as meat, sweet, sound, odS^^oooS 

03^S, oo^g^cSoS^^, dSoo;^; unfatigued, 
lively, vigorous, oocSioy^icfiioo^. 

Fresh'en, v. i. to lose saltness, ooide^c8i,ao 
c8oooSoDiicD^5 to grow brisk, as the 

wind, ooo5iaj§c8^b. , v. t. to make 

fresh, free from saltness, QiocnQ^oooo^ 
c8oof 1,^80^ cS^njioo^s. 

Fresh'et, n. a flood, o68f c^5ooio3S,o68f cSiod 

Fresh'man, n. a novice, yigSdSoDicollegeoo^i 
oD^^,yio3|^8a)i odQidBoD^oo^. 

Fresh'ness, n. See Fbesh, a. 

Fret, V. i. to wear away, chafe, oo^S,c8io3c8i, 
o}\b; to be vexed, ootoo| ; to utter pee- 
vish expressions, chafe, od^8od3^oo^,c8S 

cici,c8|588,d8^c8^c8S. , v. t. to wear 

away by friction, gnaw, corrode, chafe, 
oD^5o9ib,oo^5c8iooc8i ; to vex, tease, gi 
ooSc^ioooDs; to irritate, Qioo|yiosoDsoo,Qi 

tt^lyioaODs. , n. vexation, odSodsoj^, 


Fret'work, w. ooSoDODioDobooooc^S«ioocoiSo5«o 

Fretful, a. disposed to fret, peevish, splenet- 
ic, petulant, ^^^cd80o|co^, »ioooosooobS 

00c8S,Ql9d0a8O3 ^oo^s. 

Fret'ful-ness, n. peevishness, ill humor. See 

Fri'a-bil'i-ty, n. friableness, ooScSi^^cSigjS^. 
See Fbiable. 

Fri'a-ble, a. easily crumbled or pulverized, 
cSijpcSig^^, cSig^cSioS^ ; as, friable 
stone, ooi^oDo^8,Sol8co^ado880Di^oDiooc6i 
oDcb^; short, crusty, as bread, qxcds^ 

Fri'ar, w. a monk, o^oJ|Soa8idB. 
Fric'as-see't n. oaSbSo^So^^Q^oidSg^oi, 
Fric'tion, ri. attrition, abrasion, ooSqSjO^Scoip 


Fric'tion-al, a. ooioooo^tosSs friction. 
Fri'day, n. s^^\\, 6o*8oDSc»o8t^^8^o6i^ic:gS 

ft,eA,6,u,y, long; a,e,I,6,u,^, short; cftre^ far, last, fall, what; th6re, veil, term; pique; ddne,£6r, 

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Frijnd, n. an intimate associate, 808^,^1,03 
cfis; one Mho esteems and loves another 
and therefore seeks his society and wel- 
fare, yioooicoi afto5(fe8s9bj5yioi od oos Ss j[ 
c8SoooDt§8cSi88 02«ioiG8i,yi9b^ooS. See 
oocSi. oo: J9; one who favors a cause, 
institution and the like; as, he is a 
friend to the college, oa b 05 od8 q8^ ooi 
c8j c558«c^s©i8«io2|8cSi. 

Friendless, a. forlorn, ooQ8^8«oooDcB8aD^,oD 

Friend'li-ness, n. good-will. See Fbiendly. 

Priend'ly, a. having the feelings of a friend, 
kind, cx)8(]S^,9d03iG8|S8soo^d^|So5\d^^cx)cS8, 
ojjtSpcSiocSS; disposed to do faVors, od8 

(]8^Q0100O3C»ia^[80O^, 038(]8^03iadOOGSeilQl 

•iiooS; favorable, propitious, conciliato- 
ry, 02^aD^CX)8DJ. 

Friend' ship, n. personal attachment, ooSd^^ 
c85cgc85(»oD8,o38a>2c85883; personal kind- 
ness, oo^QioDiooS^|Sodt8. 

Frieze, n. oD80Doo«ooia53j^c6^oD(^5o2«88o^80DiS8. 

Frig'ate, n. coSt^to:ft^tQpQocoG^S. 

Fright, n. alarm, terror, oDS(gi,ooSo£p^ioo8<28. 

Fright'en, v. t. to affright, wi^iQiigs; a- 

way, QioD^o§5,?>DlcgS,ooooi8og5. 

Fright'ful, a. terrible, dreadful, awful, cSicgi 
c8i98; as beasts & reptiles, od^Soji^. 

Fright'ful-ness, n. See FBiGHTPaL. 

Frigid, a. cold, 8S,^, oo^eosSsoD^fiScjo^fiS; as, 
the Frigid Zone, ooSc)^ioj^S8S ; without 
warmth of affection, unfeeling, odc8^88 

C»Soi^OoScgOO^,0080DG8^yiC»p,«l(» 00800 og 

oDoioDoi; wanting zeal, o38co8j^ooiqiooS 

00^100^,0080092^00^9008090^ C3dCD)03GS^,03t 

bicBSooflSS ; unanimated, dull, stiff, for- 
mal, ODeQ^880oSdB|Shl9lOOOD800^, 00^008^1 

Fri-gid'i-ty, Fr^id-ness, n. coldness, dull- 
ness. SeeFBiGiD, a. 
Frill, n. ooSaotc6tooi8Sfj^85Qii«io5«io3ic»ooS 

0^^088, OD1CX)CX)1000500ODOg5 001 yi COI 0^8 


V. t. to border or a- 

Fringe, n. a^^. — 

dorn with a fringe, «i8ia5g^. 

Frip'per-y, w. pretentious trumpery, tawdry 
decoration, ooSooooicocb^^, oo^odooioo 
obooSoj^ooSoSsooiyiogSoooioooSoDiioop, c8S 
o5i. , a. cDi05oo85ood8^oo^,ooioo5<fe 


Frisk, V. i. to leap, skip, gambol, i^c8Sc^,i^ 

Frisk'ful, Frisk'y, a. frolicksome, gay, live- 
ly, ooioo&^c8S<^oo^SooiSgi^oooo8(:B^G8^b; 
he is too frisky for an old man, oob6|5 
c85c^6o5iSgioiloo5(fe^dB8 od @i8 ooi od8 c^S 

Frith, n. an estuary, o6oocB5©ic8i, oooacof 08 

FrTt'ter, v. t. o28odSo68c8S, ooo28S86oDb5bo98S; 

away, QiODiSoo^ooi8oo88,QioDi5ooS6 

oSioois&^^^ooisoodSoocB. , n. a shred, 

a fragment, ooSo»88,oo^a»j[^055,oo^oaoo 
o^SgoDo; a fried cake, cS^ooo28oj80oio 

Friv'o-lous, a. not worth notice, trifling, triv- 
ial, worthless, odoSodc^, @@, ooSoSc^oo 


oocqS* I 
Fri-vol'i-ty, Friv'o-lous-ness, n. triflingness. 

See Feivolous. 
Friz, Friz'zle, v. t, to curl, crisp, qioooo5,qi 

ooo5o6,«iopSoo68. , n. that which is 

frizzed, ooSqio»oo8©68©o5. 
Fro, adv. from, away, oDolopi; to and fro, obi 


Frock, n. ao; a young girl's dress, ooooiSoo^oa 

Frock'-coat, n. cSoSosdBoDODojS. 

Frog, n. 3^. 

Frol'ic, V. i. to* play joyfully, cSSc^c&iodSo^^^ 

OD8^00^1, c8S(^GOlO0^O2^8SoD88S09 ^1 ; to 

play tricks of levity, cSSd^booiyico^ioo^ 

o^^ooSS. -, n. ooSc8Sc^c85oooD8^^^p 

^5^5. See Fbolio, v. i. 

do, wolf; furl, rude, push; ei.o. silent; 5 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as inget; s as z; X 

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Frol'ick-some, a. gay, sportive, ^gSoj^go^a^ 

02^8^05808001 -.SSd^ooS (P ^1 . 
From, prep, apart, away, noi. 
Front, n. the forepart, the forehead or 

brow, coiooSooQ^ooSjOoiqIS; the space 
• before, ooioi^^. , v. i. to face, 

^5c8ic85oooD8 ; to stand face to face, ^5 


Front'al, a. belonging to the forehead, as, the 
frontal bone, 8^c8od^o5. 

Front'ier(front'eer), n. the border or extreme 
part of a country, o6aoicBScoi,cBSc»oocj^i. 

Front'is-pie§e, n. ooS8ioDio»Q8^'bc^o55o©8^o68oo 

Front'let, n. a fillet, ooSoDooioD(^ooiyic§ibooi 

Frost, n. freezing coldness, (gS) 6o©8odS<»o88 
ooS8Sb^8«iopio68i^8ic8ioDooi; thin parti- 
cles of ice, o8iooo8i^oDiooc8iooooib. 

, V. t. «iooS6ooc8io5oDio8io6c8ioD 

ooiiog8c8booi (»c8i 

Frost'-bit'ten, a. dead, as plants, from the ef- 
fect of frost, 0Dl(»05b00lODS8S^8(^^s883^ 

«8,8^c8ioooDi; as the hands or feet, &c. 


Frost'-work, n. odSqiooi(»ojSoo8ic8ioSodio8ioo 


Frost'y, a. 08^88 frost, cSioSSs frost. 

Froth, w. spume, foam, ooSo3(^,ooSodj^odo98, 
ooSod:^od(^; empty words, oo^odcSiooc^ 
oo(i),ooSooc8i@@. •, V. i. 00 (^08^. 

Froth'y, a. containing froth, foamy, spumous, 
od(^,q8^88ooSod(^; empty, vain, light, od 

Frou'zy, a. fetid, musty, rank, ^iooG|8^ioDe»8; 
as, frouzy butter, c8odsooic»^iodg|«^iod 


Fro'ward, a. perverse, wayward, refracto- 
ry, cross, oSooao8aDoa(n,oSoooD8(r)|^ioo|^i, 

Fro'ward-ness, n. disobedience, peevishness, 

Frown, v. i ogSo^S,o5o§jSo5^5,cg^oo,ogSooii5oD 

qooS. , n. ooSogSaoag,ooSngSo9,oo^ngS 


Fruc'ti-f^, V. t. to make fertile, fertilize, «xS 

Fra'gal, a. economical, sparing, saving, ooi 
05 oD^ooo1ooS,8b^«6oo^. 

Fru-gari-ty, n. economy. See Feugal. 

Fruit, n. the produce of a plant or tree, ooi 
ojjSooioD^; result, profit, ooojj|8; oflf- 
spring, young, yioic8SoooDio3p,|^8(»ooi 
ODJS, (See it. ojq: ^ & o^j: 00.); a fruit- 
bearing tree, c»^odiooodj5q8^,oj^ooioop8 

Fruit'-biid, n. ooioDp(»c8|5; to send out a fruit- 
stalk, a:>8c8i,^5cS^. 
Frait'er-er, n. yicoioo^g^co)ooio£pooioo^, yx 


Fruit'er-y, n. ooc8S^c^io5§^ooio£^ooiod^ ooi 00 

^l ,00103^. 

Fruit'ful, a. bearing much fruit, fertile, pro- 
lific, ^ oB^ oop c8^ ool oil 8S 8^ ; bearing 
many children, fecund, 8oolo5iocn,oi8oi 
GDI, 010^018, »ccjtq^8; very productive, 
rich, as soil, o:>io5q^8ocndBj58SdS^ooS; a- 
bounding in, oD^88ooSooiooSgioola3n8S8S. 

Fruit'ful-ness, n. fecundity, fertility, produc- 
tiveness. See Fbuitful. 

Frii-i'tion, n. enjoyment, ooS^^oo^^Sooiooi^i 

Fruit'less, a. without fruit, barren, coio»09^ 
oDflSpoo^, coio5ooo3^c6^^c8|5oD^; profit- 
less, vain, useless, 0303|8oo€8^, odSo^O 

Fruit'less-ness, n. See Fbuitless. 

Fru'men-ta'ceoiis, a. cSioSodio^odooo^SojSjOOi 

Frus'tra-ble, a. ooio@^it», coio«io088icSiod. 

Frus'trate, a. unsuccessful, ineffectual, vain, 
oo(fec8^cfec8o3^, oo85oDd8^oo^ooS,ooSo088i. 

Friis'trate, v. t. to render null, nullify, baf- 
fle, defeat, qicoi8iooS, wiodooooIooS, ^t^ 

a,e,i,6 ii,y,long; a,c,i,o,ii,y, short; care, far, last, fall, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

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Frus-tra'tion, n. disappointment, defeat. See 

Fry, V. t. (§^,c§^(fi^,b5^^. , n. a dish of 

something fried, ooSbScS|Soo6ioi,ooS^^ ; 
a swarm of small fish, Q^8oo<j,g^8oo8S. 

Fiy'ing-pan, n. odoiio|5odco^, ocouodo^o^, od 

Piid'dle, v. t. c8^iaoc»80Dio58. 

Fudge, int. <j, 6o©8ooSoooSiooSoooi6iooioooooo^ 
oo^88o4t<j, ooSq^g|5ocooSoDc8iooc8. 

Fu'el, w. OD^^^, ^|5^poo^3; of dry bam- 
boos, o^tS80^oo8; coals, ^?,2^^cx>8. 

Pu-ga'cioiis, a. volatile, ^g^oogS. 

Fu-ga'cious-ness, Fu-ga9'i-ty, n. volatility. See 

Pu'gi-tive, a. readily wafted away, evanes- 
cent, volatile, ooioooogS^; readily escap- 
ing, uncertain, unstable, cbi^ingS, od) 
wScgS^ ; fleeing, fleeting, ooiooooS^i^e; 
as, a fugitive slave, ajSooi03oo^^i<})«ooioo 
00©^; unsettled, wandering, ood8^©5(]8p 

0^1100^, o08oi8iooS. , n. a deserter, 

a runaway, yicoic»oo^^i<^coS; a fugi- 
tive from justice, c^iwoS^iijjtooS©^^^. 

Ful'crum, n. ^^88oo|. 

Ful-fQl', V. t. to accomplish, bring to pass, ef- 
fectuate, «icoic8^^ic8^ooS; to finish, «i 
oijQia^ioooi; to complete in time, «icoi 


Ful-ffll'ment, n. accomplishment, perform- 
ance, co^oDidB|S^ic8^iOoSQiooid8^^ic8^. 

Fa'gent, a. shining, dazzling, 0Die»o38idB^, 
oDiooc^iooSib. Effulgent. 

Fall, a. replete, oj^o2ooiooi,odiodi^i^i; satis- 
fied with food, (fi^oo2^6oD8, c6f o^8tfip ; 
plump, oil ; fat, c8^, d5|5oo8c8 ; entire, 
perfect, complete, coidB^^icS^oD, 6io5; 
as^ a clear, full voice, coojSoosoo^jp; 
back full of water buckets, 6o6o3iS©<^8 
oofp; a wrist full of bangles, oSsoS^^ec^s 

Od^; full of pain, OC)l33<^80D8, So&8 00^ 00 

o88acJ)opiocfiioo<feooii. , n. odSooiooS 


^i; the whole, ooScoiooS^i,ooSiooiS, mS 
d38. , adv. quite, without abate- 
ment, o^ojooiooijOoooioD^ioo^ ; directly, 
straight, as, he looked me full in the 
face, oob^^ng^oD^5c8ic8i ; exactly full, 
^lODojoocDi; heaping full, ^i€8|5^io5,^i 
brim full, odcoiooi. , v. t. to 

thicken, as cloth, «ic8^c8j5(cx)8odoo8.) 
FuU'-moon, n. ool6i. 
FuU'-bloom, a. o8coiooi^i^i,o8coj^b. 
FuU'-lad'en, a. as a full-laden ship, aDc8G8^88 

Full'er, n. a scourer, yioDioo«ic8^c8^co80Dco8 

Full'er's-earth(-erth), n. c^8poDODCv^565b88c8i 


Fiill-ness, n. entireness, completion, perfec- 
tion, oD^coiooS^i. See Full, a. 
Ful'ly, adv. completely, entirely, wholly, ooi 

Fiil'mi-nate, v. i. to thunder, c8d8JS; to make 
a thundering noise, c8^od^iSc8c8^ooo8s, 

, V. t. to menace by ecclesiastical 

authority, oioio8^c8jS«i<giyacDioooo8oD 

Ful'mi-na'tion, n. See Fulminate. 
Ful'some, a. rank, gross, «ioood8odc8^odc8|5, 

Ql00OD8O0058OD8p; UaUSeOUS, «1000D80D;§8 

0D058, oDiaoc8ioD8CD^ooiyi 5 as, fulsome 
flattery, ooU8o@norf)^Soooi 8coiooc8Sod 
Fam'ble, v. i. to do clumsily or awkwardly, 

ODCOiSooSSyic»oDa^^«iooSooo88. , V. t. 

to handle much, to turn over and over, 
o58coioo^^@, 8^coi05^aDc8oDc8; as, 
Don*t fumble the leaves of your book, 
8^^o55(]88o8|Soooooj|8ooc8oD c8 ^S OD oi ; to 
tumble together, qio68|Sso8&8,oiqo8&8cd8 


Fume, n. vapor, ooSo36,o3S^jBod6; anger, mS 

owSfoSp. , V. i. to throw oflF vapor, 

vaporize, ^^cooooo1c8^o§S; to be angry, 

do,w9lf; ffirl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 5 as s; §h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g asz;x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Fu'mi-gate, v. t. to smoke, perfume, q«cx)^ooS 

Fun, n. sport, merriment, ooScSSo^qi^xodS; 
to make fun, «iooSoDc8ooc88i,Qi^ico^ep 
cbco^ ; to make fun of (as, of a person), 

q^§|5(filO01OoSc85c^3&^l, oScfecSl GDI 00^ ^1 

Func'tion, n. ooSo©o2|8,ooSoiodioo:8icdj5c8i,o^S 
oooi ^00^1 ^(function) oSoo^ooS, o^^o^oi^od 
^i^(function)oS^^ojcD^ooS; office or em- 
ployment, ooSoic8ico^yiQ8^88o^c8S6o5iS 
gi ; every soldier there was able to 
do all the functions of an officer, coobS 
o^sS&oocSS^^oooi odSco^od^ 01001 a^ c8i co^ 

OoboOOjSoojSooS^OOOl ^^3^ b 00^ Ql OQ ©S S% 

c8i; faculty, oDSooSodooSiooojioQop^. 

Fdnc'tion-a-ry, n. yioDioooS^Sso^cSSSoSiSgi. 

Fund, n. stock or capital, ©o»8^yS,©c»8^o68,© 
oS^oS^^oSciioooDt ; money deposited to 
be lent on interest, oooic/iq^8c8SSo8toD|,S 


Fund'a-ment, n. the anus, s^i, s)<§|5^i ; tha 
buttocks, 1)00^^1. 

Fun'da-ment'al, a. pertaining to the founda- 
tion, original, elementary, 0D^eD88«a>S 
098^008, o3^e08S8oo^oQ8^ (jf^ ; essential, of 
the utmost importance, oo8^o:j5iS^Si,So 

&803So^o883&oS8Sy^,Oo8^00^S, ODlOao^OOoS^ 

00^ 88oo^<fedBpoooj. 
Fu'ner-al, n. ooSaao2SooooSoD^«30888oo^|^c8iyi 

O^oS. — — , a. OO^C08880oS£^c8iyi(»ODOO 

Fiin'gous, a. excrescent, spongy, «ioooo8So^i 

00088,00 08^ODd8,OD8c8. 

Fun'gus, a. a mushroom, o^i ; any morbid 
excrescence, ooSoD8SdB^ooo8Sood8, odS^8 
cS^ooc^SojsoooS^oDdS . 

Funk, n. an oflfensive smell, ooS^io^p, great 
fear and shrinking back, ooScjio3i(»s)ooi 


Fun'nel, w. a cone-shaped tube, oonoS,aDc88j* 
a pipe for the passage of smoke, o^8|^^ 

Fiin'ny, a. droll, comical, ooioooiooS^ioo^p 

F{ir, n. fine short hair, coSo^ajf ao^Soj8goo5 
8i ; a skin covered with such hair, coS 
0800100^^ 88 od $2^ ^ <^ ^^ 'f A coat of 
morbid matter on the tongue, ooSgicol 

Fftr'be-low, n. a flounce, ooSoo8cg8oo8acoic^ico 

Fftr'bish, v. t. to burnish, polish, oo^Sa^cS^ 

Fii'ri-ous, a. most violent, ooi83oioooo8aj^aj^ 
cocbS, transported with anger, oo88^c&p 

Fu'ri-ous-ly, adv. 000J800008, as, he beats me 
furiouslyi oobc8^ooio30jjiooo08. 

FArl, V. t. to fold, ogcS^ooB ^ to furl sail, of^ 

Fur'long, n. oo^dB^oocgS ^(yooacS; eight fur- 
longs make one mile, tSsoi^cSjSo^oo^jcSi. 

FAr'lough, n. oo^8ooio288^Soo^booi(»oDoD8dB^ 

FAr'naje, w. o|5oo^i,o^ooyio88^. 

Fdr'nish, v. t. to supply, provide, equip, co^ 

OoSoSlOD^glciC»c8^Q8|SoOlOOODO£bcOl» OD Ql 

ooSo5iooSgioa8^; to fit up with suitable 
utensils, appendages &c. oo^5ooc8i|,S 
ooSoooi^ioo 2)01100 c3^c^ooc8^(:Bpb. 

FAr'ni-ture, n. oo^ooooiio^«S^oo88Qoc8; house- 
hold utensils, chattels, effects, c6^ooooS 
SooSoSi, o5^oooon»«6^ 5 ornaments, m% 

FArr^d, a. c6^88fur, c8io5fur. 

Fftr'ri-er, n. (^iooiooyi88anfurooo^. 

Fur'row, w. the trench made by a plough, 
ob^ooo^i; a fluted channel, (»o^i,oo(Si; 

a wrinkle on the face, oDS^cg8. , 

V. t. oiooSooo^ioDo^i,«iooSooc8iooc8i. 

Fflr'ther, a. more distanti o5i|Sqo^^ooo9^,gSjS 
S8coi^Q8,G8^o8ooif,^o8; additioualf ooi|^ 

c»bSg). , adv. besides, moreover, 

oontf oo^Sg), «iod88oo6i, oo8^ooc85. See 
Faether, adv, ^, v. t. to advance^ 

i,e,T,o,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, fall, what; there, veil, term; pique; done, fdr. 

Digitized by 



promote, <^8anc8^8^c8p,qio;nc8poD?,oic8^ 
<9idBooV, to help, assist, dBeiiQieiiooS. 

FCir'ther-an9e, «. promotion, advancement. 
See FuBTHEB, v. t. 

FAr'ther-more, adv. moreover, beside, odi|,|5 

OO^S^n ,QlOD8800Ol,QlO3St00^. 

FAr'thest, adv. most remote, oooSiodooiS. See 

Fftr'tive, a. obtained by theft, ooj5oo«8io^^l^ 

ooS,ooi(»a^p|Sb; concealed, sly, secret, 

stealthy, j^oj^jOoJ^SodK. 
Ffi'ry, n. violent anger, wrath, rage, ooSodsS^ 

ooSajpaj^; a violent woman, SS^jSooiOd 

000^1^1030^, OJ^8^008^8^8t0088^c8lOOCX)8 

Fuse, V. t. to melt, dissolve, «iySc8^. , 

Fu-see', n. the cone of a watch, oo^oQif^^|5od 
^lOo^oSod 008001 odcSi ; of a gan, o^8|ad 
80^001 oDfS^c^idB^^oo 8 V, a small gun. 
See Fusil. 

Fu'si-ble, a. ooiowiy^cS^oj. 

Pu'sil, n. o^8gooc88ooooo2S« 

233 PYK 

Fu'§ion (fu'zhun), n. See Fuse. 

Fuss, n. tumult, bustle, odSqioo5oo5c^i»oo8c8^ 


Fusf ain (fusf yan), n. a kind of cloth, ooSoSt 

qSoo od ojS oDi yi «i ch c8^b 001 oi 88 o c8 ; 

bombast, ooSodc8i8|Sc»cBS 0001001,00^00 

Fiis'tic, n. c^poooDojS^cS^booicBS oS © 06^ ooi 

(West India) yiojcSioDioo^p ^00^008^. 
Fust'y, a. moldy, musty, rancid, c8p(]88dS^». 

Fu'tile, a. of no eflTect, oo85ood8^, Qo^tcbS^ 
oof; empty, vain, useless, oDi(»o2|]^8ooc8f • 

Fu-til'i-ty, n. uselessness, triflingness. See 

Fut'ure, a. icBS, ^^ol, ajglsJ). , n. the 

hereafter, oo^^cBSooeof,oo^82^oo8« 
Fu-tu'ri-ty, n. future event, ooSoo«ioooo8 8j 

^ooSs a future state, ^cBSootaof . 
Fuzz, v. t. oo^oo^iocoioooogS^. 

Fuzz'-b§ll, n. ofo^ooc^iooooofScSf dboo^oo^goo 

Fy, int. See Fib. 

Fyke, w. b^*, 98001^ ooiyiSjSgf »8^. 

dj}, wolf; furl, rude, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as iuget; s as z; x asgz; n as in linger. 


Digitized by 





Gab, n. idle prate, chatter, oolS^oiloDoogSsooS 
ox8ioo1ocn^@. , V. i. See Gabble. 

Gab'ar-dine, n. 00^81^^,09^^. 

Gab'ble, v. i. to talk idly, prate, coS\ooSoS\ 

an@@,f 8ioDcfii<x)^So5i6|i. , n. ooS 


GsL'bi-oni n. ^^OT^^io&oDsSscSpSpoDic/iqgojsoS 
oD8booiad^S^So8tod(^^add)98d3i o^ oo 00^ 

Ga'ble, n. oo^^8,oo^oo^^8, o5^oooDoiooio6dB^^^ 

GaTby, n. a simpleton, a dunce, c^iepoDtoo 
ooi,yx 001 3903^02^00(38 |S . 

Gad, V. t. to rove or ramble idly, o^^cj^^l 
ayli oD8oQo2ooo5|Scx)pooo&^, 0O8 00; c8 00 ^. 
, n. a spear, cBooodojS. 

Gad'-a-bout^, n. a gadder, c^iooioooDsg^o&iaj^x 

Gad'fly, n. ocBS,of6t*ocfiSo(X)i,88Q02. 

Gaf'fer, «. ^c^S. See Gbandpatheb, (not res- 

Gaf fle, n. oos^ooiyioScS^bodioSod 8^ 9 008 S 088 


Gag, V. t. to stop the mouth by thrusting 
something into it, ogooSooSc^ioocSS^aooi 

ooS. ^, V. u to heave with nausea, 

keck, oD80Do6i, oo8ocg^, oo^8^:§8oo|Sooo8, 
:§8ec8p. , w. ooSogo65«x>5yiooc8S^i. 

Gage, V. t. to engage, bind by a pledge, ooi 

oo^,o9^c8iooS \ to measure, cB^oo^. , 

n. a pledge, a pawn, ooSojf rBiooS; a 
measure, ^^cfif . See Gauge. * 

Gag'gle, V. u to cackle, c8^SdB^ooicd8G8^odo88. 

Gai'e-ty, w. See Gatety. 

Gai'ly, adv. joyfully, merrily, «ioaoo8oogSoo 

Gain, v. t. to make profit, earn, ^L^o5j|8^S§^, 
^SeKOcS^oD^; to win, ^SooS. See 08. 00:05; 
to acquire, gi^SooS; to bring over by 
persuading, conciliate, i^oo^coi 000x81 
o^oo^,oog8oo^Odc8; to reach, obtain, ^t 
^Soo^,opi|S; as, if you do not believe in 
Christ, you will not gain heaven, f ©Soo 

^So^5oD^88^ooopi|ScD^ooi^Q^oop ; 

time, to do beforehand, «io5©n. , 

V. i. to move too fast, as a time-piece, 

U<fe^«88; to grow rich, og8c8ic8f. , 

n. pecuniary profit, ooSoilcS^; any pro- 
fit, advantage, ooo(j)|80o§|5. 

Gain'er, n. c^ioooiooioo^SooSo^l^- 

Gain'ful, a. profitable, advantageous, oo^oot 


Gainless, a. unprofitable, ooog]^8o3(]S^, QO^tcb 

Gain-say^, v. U to contradict, controvert, dis- 
pute, 9^c8So3S,oSc85c§c8SooS. 

G&ir'ish, a. gaudy, showy, tawdry, ooiooqi9» 

. O08ODgSoD@l,«l00OD882^82^^^(^f . 

Gait> n. a going, walk, oo^iooS ; manner of 
walking, ooobioo^cjipSoSiS gi, od obi a>^ od 


Gai'ter, n. 8^oie8c8oooD02S. 

Ga'la-day, n. a holiday, ^oa<i^^i,^8ic88xo^^S 

Ga-lac'tic, a. oo^90888oo^g^o6; as, galactic acid, 

Gal'ax-y, «. 00^028,00^0^^^00^028. 
Gale, n. a strong wind, a breeze, o3o5io9^S 


8^ ; to blow a gale, odo5ic6oo^Soo^. 
Gal'i-ot, n. coc8oooDoj5G8^88ooooSog|5oo[^^. 
Gall, n. oo6e»o5; anything very bitter, ooS 

ft,e,i|6,u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, f§ll, wh^t; thSre, vgil, term; pique; ddne, ffir, 

Digitized by 


GAL 235 

coiodo^fi»8; rancor, 038o},o^c8^cx)tcQ. 

, V. t. to fret, wear away, excori- 

ate, c»^5c6iooc8i; to vex, irritate, «ioj 
^y\odcx)t,Qia51(/ioooDs,Qi8^c8^c/iOdoot; to 
harass, annoy, qxooSooSc^iooods, Qiq^tyi 
GaHant, a. showy, splendid, cB^StoooSodooi; 
brave, courageous, heroic, ooio^oSoaoDi 
^oooj^,cOi 0001 0000800^03^; chivalrous, 



Gal-lant', n. a lover, a suitor, yiooioo^^SoSg 
ojicgSoji, ojiopigiooiSS^^SoSiS^i, 8^00^ 
^ooiodo;^f^oo^iado5S, (/lojscS^SSf^; a 
couragous, brave person, yioSoooos^co 
o^^SscS^Ssodooc^Soosoi; a seducer, c^ioo 

c6S8. , V. t. GosopicgSoji, O^IOJISJI 


&al'lant-ry, n, bravery, courageousness, in- 
trepidity, ooSao«^,oo^oooo«|ooo5S; seduc- 
tive practices, ooSoooiSoosSiSS^^. See 

Galle-on, n. c^i©o^8ooooc8o88pcoooogS. 

Craller-y, n. a portico, a porch, co^qtS^, <^S 
8S,b)S8^cJjS8V, an open walk, a corridor, 
ootf^iciSiodcd^GS^SsadS^aos, (]8^8sod^8jS ; 
a raised platform in a building, c8Q^o 
c8ioocBico8idB^ a5oo»coiooS(]8p§^ ooc^p^; 
a banqueting hall, oito88^^yi«i^««i ^ 
oDioo^t ; a room for the exhibition of 
paintings, works of art &c. oisosS^^c/i 
o5<glc8^ooS8ioj^ StooScSicS^cSidSop^coo^ 
ooioQ^i; a passage-way or a drift in a 
mine, ooS^iooo^icoiooS(j^i5^iooooi^©ii. 

Galley, n. a large decked boat, |j<5t8^oooo 
c^cB^8»ooc88{5,yioo^o5{5 8 ooi <gii ^ ^S qt 
ojtoo 1^^00000^5; the cook-room in an 
armed ship, SoiodcS^oDioocBi^to^so^^i. 

Galley-sUve, n. yicoiooQioDQ^ooSosS^SsSioii^ 
^c8icOiQocD^(^a^S8tooiS galley. 

Gallic, a. Gallican^ oo^«ot8«rSSg^Si, or 8j. 

Galli-^igm, w. ooSoocSioDi oooS c§ yi g{5 Si 8 oo 


Galli-na'ceous, a. oop^otSssSooooo^S. 

Gal'li-pot, n. ooo5pc8ooooo^. 

Gall'-nut, n. o^^ado38Sooooo26,yio2c8iooiodq^i 

Gallon, n. oo^foB^ooQioboSsSiooocBstao^oo^; cg^ 

cgS (quarts). 
Gallop, V. i. ttoSS^ojxoj^i. , n. ooSeoSl^ 


Gallows, n. a gibbet, ogPooieio5yioDiQOc8i,ooS 

Gallow-ses, n. ooSSoojSooic^iojjscoSooS^^soDio 

Ga-lojhe', Ga-losh^, n. 8|Sd«coiyio8iooioa88^ 

ooooooiSo8«8^ 0^0000^8 jSoooi . 
Gal-van'ic, a. oo^cosSs galvanism. 
Gal'van-ism, n. galvanic electricity, ooSoj^^ 

00^O2p0900l00Co|S2X>88tc8d^0|0d800OD 8l 00 

ojsoaopp, ooS^^8iojcoo^|i (Galvani)^^tgl 
cS^booootSsocfis^od oiSoSsSscSicSi. 

G&lVa-nize, t;. t. qigSc8e^a|coioo^oo^iS8iojoo 

Gaml)le, v. i. ooi58ic8S8iooioo^c8Sc^oo<j^i. 

Gam'bler, n. yiooiooS8,(/iooiooooi©yic8S8ic»i 

Gam-boge', n. oo^otj«oac8ooaDoj5. 

Gam'bol, v. i. to frisk, leap, *p6s)©Sbd8S,i^b 
S^S, SjSooicSi, 8too(^^ooSoo^eos88oo^&^5 
c^o^. , n. See Gambol, v. i. 

Game, v. i. to play, sport, cSSc^ooS ; to gam- 
ble, ooi©8ic8S8iooiooSc8Sc^oo^i. , n. 

oo^c8S<^; a single match at play, ooSc85 
(^oo6i3^^i^^c8S<^Qic8S(»oo«o6oo 6i o6 oo 
c^8i; a making sport of, ooSoi^ico^o^ 
cbc/i, oo^q^^g^^i ; animals taken in the 
chase, dB^QisSoia)^8r8^8ooi(/io2i8^o2i9i 

Game'-cock, n. dSoloDioocgiooSc^. 
Game-keep'er, n. (^iooioooiooc8S& game cBS 

Game'some, a. gay, sportive, playful, ^gS 

Gime'ster, n. a gambler, cpiooioo^gScBSt^coi 


do, W9lf; ffirl, r ade, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 



Ga-min' (ga-mang), n. a neglected and unruly 
child in the street, 8*>^coiooSood3^o8^ 

Gam'ing, n. oD^c85(^ooic8Sa)i©. 

Gam'ing-house, n. ooSc6Sc^ooic8Sooi0O&o5p« 

Gam'mer, n. ^^o5io(/^,o^^yS. Vulg. 

Gam'mon, n. a smoked ham, cfijoDJSq^^opoo. 
See Ham. 

Gam'ut, n. Mus. the scale, oD^QoSoDiaa^pojl 
cS^co^ooooc^ScS^Cdooo^^cSxcdioo^ cos dp Od 

Gan'der, n. dB^ooicH. 

Gang, n. a company, a band, yi^ioj^ooSoo 

^ ; as, a gang of robbers, o3<^too^5oo^. 
Gan'gU-ac, Gan'gli-al, Gag'gli-on'ic, a. oo^coi 

%% ganglion. 
Gan'gli-on, n. Anat. ^iS (nerve) 8^08^00^103 


ooio^gS^, 8<f iSoDop (nei^es) ^^o (fit 0D1 

Gin'grene, v. i. to mortify, o^^bo, Solsoo^oo 

o8«oDSa^po5ooiyi^o«09o80dgpoDo^. , 

Gang'way, n. c^©ii,0ac8S^So6gooosoop. 
Gant'let, Gaunt'let, n. oDS&p^^oaio^iS^iodQp 

0O^8s00pO2^boDO3C2S, QlOdODsSo&l, O^tSoOl 

obieo^sgoo^ooooi peii^ 88 o^sS (^S ^ (3i 5 8 
ooiScSi; to throw down the gantlet, to 
challenge, og5c8iooSo^|SooiyioDOi»bS^ 
ooiooooo3is8ioo8^; to take up the gantlet, 
to accept a challenge, o58dBpo3^of ^ooi 

Gaol, n. a prison, n^S, t8S, o^SSicSSi. See 

Gap, n. a fissure, oo^9btc8p,ooSd6i; an open- 
ing made by a breach, oo^c8i^,od^c8iod 
8i,oDSc8idB,oo^ ^p,oDSaDc^i ,d8ioB,c8i^. 

(Hpe, V. i. to yawn, to open the mouth wide, 
oSscS^odcSS^i^oofd; to open in a fissure, 
d^tG8^,d^80o^1, 0^809^^0^800^, %b% bSebS ; 
to manifest a desire to injure or de- 

236 GAR 

vour, d^scSpod 008 8p odi od cBi. See c8i. 
oG: 00. — Gape after or for, to seek 
after, coii^ooSopioooDS^i^^ogSoocfiS^iSs 
oSbcSoD^ScSi. , w. from above. 

Garb, n. dress, clothing, habit, ooSojooSoSs; 
mode of dress, oo^ojooSoStGoScSioSooS 

Gar'bage, n. offal, Gop8cS^8dBp8i^8iodyS880d 
g^coi o 0001 c8 jSoo^ 88oo§5ooSo§5(fiio?K»88s 
ooSooqiodS OD^ ooi y icgSooSbooi 8oic8i. 

Gar'ble, v. t. to sift, o^ooS; to select such parts 
as one pleases, mutilate, 001^^00^00^1, 

Gar'den, n. o^8iod88i ; a fruit garden, 001 
oD^ooc8^,ooio3podcoc^i ; a fiower gardent 
8ooc8S, 8oocx)c|i. , V. i. 02^c8i<]|)8d8i 


Gar'd6n-er (gar'dn-er), n. a horticulturist, 91 

ooioa^gSo2pc8icg8c8iooiO£^ioD^ oS^8i8 

Gar'gle, v. t. 0Dyu<fi5cg^. , n. oooS^ 

Garland, n. a wreath, a chaplet, 8cgi8^. 
Gar'lic, w. oajjioDp,odboD^cn,odb. 
Gir'ment, n. a dress, a coat, or other article 

of clothing, ooSojjooSo88, ooSooioc^ooio 

Gardner, n. a granary, 8, So&8a3^ooo8t, o^S. 

, V. t. oS§^ooS,oS§|SooSooi8^% 

Gar'net, n. ooi^oiod 00 0^8,^100^1 Qic^dB^booi^. 
Gar^nish, v. t. to adorn, deck) decorate, 00 

oDioDobo8|SooS, qio5qicoio8^o9^. , n. 

embellishment, ornament, showy dress, 

Gir'm-ture, n. See Gabkish. 
Gar'ret, w. an attic, a loft, Oi8c8ooooi^o9c8,02i 

Gar^ri-son, n. €8581008810010018^880288001(0 

^1, §Sc8^88o^8oo<jooioo88c6i. , V. t. 

oSo^tf ^o5^c8^ooc8^oo^i^ S 088 09 00 g toS, 

Gto-rji'li-ty, w. loquacity, talkativeness. See 


ftie,T,6,(i,y, long; a,e,i,o,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, f§ll, what; thfere, veil, term; pique; doniei fftr, 

Digitized by 





Gar'ra-loiis, a. talkative, loquacious, coo^^oo) 

Gar'ter, w. ^icoi(^i©i^58^^j5. 

Gas, n. <jj'[Q58(fluid)ooi(»c8io5di(»i^ (air). 

Gas'con-ade, v. i. to boast, brag, vaunt, co 

c8io8^d8(»cB5,oocSio2ooc8ib. , n. a 

vaunt, a bravado, ooSooc8ic8^c8oocBS, 

Gas'e-oiis, a. o.ioooD»5oS(gas)ooo8«,G8^88oS. 
Gash, V. t. to cut, ^5,o2«(gi5,c)5),b5. , n. a 

cut, an incision, 00^:0^05^8,00^03^0^1,00^ 

Gas'i-fy, v. t. to convert into gas, q^«cfec8^ 

ooSooioS (gas). 
Gas'light, o5 (gas) 0000^0081, ooSooSicfe c8^ ooi 

Gasp, V. X. to labor for breath, pant, oJlc^S 

c85,cx>(fic8|5,oDlo3§. , n. od^odI^Sc^, 


Gas'tric, a. a^^cosSsooD^. 

Gib'tric-juije, n. ooSc6coioo3^(j^i,c^^cxjjc»o3a8a 


Gate, w. the door of an outside inclosure, 03 
c^ioob@,oo6^iooc^©ii; an avenue, a way, 
c^sii. See Flood-gate. 

Gdte'-way, n. ooSc^sn(]8^o8^ajooc^i^i,ooc^ioo 

Gath'er, v. t. to collect, ooi§^,oS§^ ; to col- 
lect in heaps, o5 §^00^00^100^1 ; to col- 
lect and deposit, qi^SSsoS^^ooS ; to ac- 
cumulate, «io;nc8^o3V, to assemble, con- 
gregate, ii8G8f§^i^8c8f§P^§^; to pluck, 
pick, as fruit, oj^^ooioop; to plait or 
pucker, oo«cgtooS. , v. i. to congre- 
gate, unite, c8^§^^§^b ; to learn from 
observation, infer, ooi|,^ooSc:§j5q)ooioo 
cgS^^oo^cjgScgSgsdBooSpoo^SoSiSgi. See 

ttiooS, 06: 00. , as a sore, 05000^,000 

cB^; , as a crowd, ooii§^ ; to gather 

in crowds here and there, odii§^^^^^. 
, n. oo^oggjoo^cotcgj. 

Gath'er-ing, n. the act of assembling, o^oS^ 
8^coV, an assembly, a congregation, a 

crowd, oo^cSjS^p ; the act of collecting 
and depositing, ooSoS§^ooS; a collection 
of pus, ooSoooq3|5. 

Gaud'i-ness, n. showiness. See Gaudy. 

Gaud'y, a, showy, gay, oogSoogi, ^^^jS ^^ 
^^ ; as, her dress looks very gaudy, od 
bo» 00^ oj 00^ o8t <g) y^p 8jj^ ^p ^^. 

Gauge, V. t. to measure or ascertain the 
capacity of, c8po^pooS,«io^pooSc8pooc8S. 

, n. an instrument for gauging, 

^^c8jS; any measure, oo^c8p,ooSc8^. 

Gaug'er, n. yiooio^^g^cS^oo^tfi^oo^. 

Gaunt, a. attenuated, slender, pinched, lean, 
©i,©iooo5i,©ioogg,©ic8i; of slender waist, 


Gaunt'let, n. See Gantlet. 

Gauze, n. oo^o3igoSojoocdl,ooa5^o|5,o38c8. 

Gawk, n. a fool, a booby, yic^i^8, yiooioaoo 

Gawk'y, a. clownish, clumsy, oo^co«8«ooSo& 

Gay, a. fine, showy, «i(»oo«oD^So3Qisgpm^ 

<^^c^j5; merry, joyful, gleeful, blithe, qi 


Ga/e-ty, n. liveliness, mirth, glee. See Gay. 

Gaze, V. t. to gape, stare, cg^ooSc6c6ootcot,ogS 


Gaze about, cgSoo^oo8ioo8S, og^^[oioi. 
— Gaze at, from curiosity, ogSrfi, ng^ 
n^^o^p; as, don't you gaze at me, ^oj 
ooogS 001 o^{So^poo9i • 

Gaze, n. a fixed look, a stare, ooSogSooo^^^ 
c^f ^1 ,ooSogSooSoo^«^S<gt ^. 

Ga-zelle', w. ^S^s^oiooooogS. 

Ga-zette' n. o55oc^io©iS, oSSc^s^^ooSo cji o ©iS. 
, V. t. to publish or announce of- 
ficially, c^«^^ooSoc|io©iSooi gazette 05^. 

Gaz'et-teer, n. yiooioo^g^c^8ooSoc^io©iS ; an 
alphabetic geography, o5Sc8^8j5 ooi 00 


Gaz'ing-stock, w. <^iooio»ao^oo^cgSrSc8icoiyi 

dg, wolf; furl, rude, pgsh; e.t\o. silent; 5 as s; 5h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; n as in linger. 

Digitized by 





Gear, n. goods, household stuflF, oo^ododiod 
ob, 00^0081 OD^, odS 00 ?oii 05 «S^ ; clothing, 
dress, oo^ojooSoSs. , v. t. q«G8^8«ooS 

ODODlODCb, q^gcSpSlOoSSlODS, ^%(&^ QOS %% GO 

tJOiioo«8S,q«G8^oo^8taD gear. 
Gel'a-tine (jelVtin), n. oo^oo^SoDySooiooobcS^ 


Ge-lat'i-noiis, a. resembling jelly, viscous, 00 

Geld, V. t. to castrate, oooSSp, 

Geld'ing, n. odoj^jS^. 

Gel'id, a. cold, icy, odioo8S^8^«od(^. 

Gem, n. a precious stone, a jewel, ooi^oicoiS 

00^; something valuable, oo^ojSSf yi8^; 

£ot. a germ> a bud oD^,8^t»^. , 

V. t. oDcoicx)cbc8fooS8tgemooo^, «xe)5oi 

c»ic8^ooS8«gemooop. , v.i. to bud, 

germinate, ^c8^,88^^c8^. 
Gem'i-ni, n. twins, co^oDe^Sj^io^SooSicoiooSs 

Gen'der, w. sex, male or female, coSoo}5?x:>88t 

S^Sse), Soito3^3doSs8^oi^oiS,tinoi^oiS, ^i\, 

olal,QSoo(gloD^8ioStooi o^QiSoDcgloo^. 
, V. t. to beget, q^sc^cS^, i^«c8^c8^. 

See Engendeb. 
Gen'e-a-log'i-cal, a. oop2x:>88«ooo5S(»o^itcOiyi 

Gen'e-il'o-gist, n. (^icoi05«ic88t^Soi^yic»^poo 

Gen'e-aFo-gy, w. a pedigree, oSSc^g^^yiooog 
ooo&8ooGiiOdc^jS; lineage, o^o^oooos. 

Gen'er-al, a. pertaining to the many, preva- 
lent, extensive, 00^ 1018100^ oj«odooi5cB« 

SibtcBsooc^SbscofieD^. , w. the whole, 

the total, oo^^ooiS; a chief commander, 

Gen'er-al-is'i-mo, n. the general in chief of 
an army, cS^ooio©c8^o8^c8ooooiSoooi. 

Gen'er-al'i-ty, n. <x>SckJ1odooiS ; the bulk, the 
greatest part; as, the generality of 
mankind, yiocHoDooiS. 

Gen'er-aKze, v. t. to derive or deduce, as a 

genus or a general principle, ^io8odS» 
aoiooloi, Sooooc^Sootc8ioc85ooo380oo8tfS 

^5^^o5§ ^bo3^l8800'^ic8l. 

Gen'er-al-ly, adv. in general, conamonly, ocH 
05r)8S8S,o;nc^o;nc^, ^gSopcoS; as, you 
generally come at nine o'clock, aS\^ 

Gen'er-al-ship, n. the office of a general, oos 
8^o«8^(»c8^; the skill and conduct of 
general, oo^c>j^^o3^o80joDioogit8i gener- 
al ooe^. 

Gen'erate, v. t. to beget, procreate, qsoicSS; 
to cause to be, q^tG8^c8^,gi(^G8^,qfc8S 

Gen-er-a'tion, n. a race, lineage, oasiiooc^jS, 
od^^jOdooo^SjOd^iOoogOdoos; a single suc- 
cession in natural descent, <^ij»8i,yioo 
oo^S ; from generation to generation, 
81881 o5i,od8iod^oo8i. 

Gen'er-a-tive, a. cDiooq^scS^cS^c^, coi oogic^ 

Ge-ner'ic, Ge-ner'i-cal, a. oo^e30«8«x>Sooo5co5 
Odo^^) as, quadruped is a generic name 
for four-footed animals, ogtgiot,Q^8oS8 

Gen-er-os'i-ty, n. the quality of being gener- 
ous, liberality, o^^co^oQtoo.ooHo^^QoS^t 
ooS 05^ (kH ool 8^ 8S, 00^ oj^ ogs ogt Sx Si; 
magnanimity, o^poo^o^zo^.^co^ico^o^ 

Gen'er-ous, a. honorable, noble, o6io@itoot 
c3^; magnanimous, courageous, ooioo 

liberal, munificent, og^oo^^aHcRnSSSi; 
abundant, cS^ooljcSjSooi 001^161. 
Gen'er-ous-ness, n. magnanimity. See Gen- 


Gen'e-sis, n. production, origination, co^qtob 
c8^,ooSq^ic8^dS^,c65ooi8©5 (8i|j). 

Ge'ni-al, a. favorable to propagation, gener- 
ative, @i»8iqi<^c8p<x)Soilodl; as, agenial 
soil, 18^8^91,01001 ojpc8i(j]ic8ioDS 00 8S; 
favorable to cheerfulness, enlivening. 

M>i>^'^y»l^^J i,e,i,6,\i,y, short; c&re, far, last, f§ll, what; th^re, vgil, term; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

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GEN 239 

Gren'ti-, pi. ^SexHc^f . 
Ge'ni-al'i-ty, n. gayety, cheerfulness, oo^o£^ 


Gre'ni-o, n. yiooioaoDJc^ooScSioSScSioB, c^icoi oo 
oj^ oo^CD^esooS oj c8i oB 9^ oQ^. Ohs. See 

Gren'i-tal, a. coioo(^«c8^8oo^. 

Gren'i-tals, n. plur. the sexual organs, 8Soo 

Gren'i-tive, n. Gram, the genitive case, ojSoi 
^. J a. oo^?o888»oo^. 

Gren'i-tor, w. a sire, a father, oao^. 

Gre'ni-us, n. ^Z. JGe'ni-i, a guardian spirit or 
spirits, ^Sccri,o8poaD0Di,^Six)lc^j5; natur- 
al talent, odiodo^ooS ; superior natural 
talent, oj^oo^oo^o«ooSj:^U««,^Soi^ooS^qs; 
one possessed of such talents, yicoiod 
cS^SiooSojp 00^ cos c8i aB 0^ odS ; peculiar 
character or constitution; as, the geni- 
us of a language, ooScwo^jScSioBopoo^. 

Gen-teeF, a. well-bred, polite, G8^8«o»e)5(» 
oQi, c8ioi, o5^,*OD^ eosSsoip ^^ d^jSoos, 00 

6en-teel'nes8, n. See Genteel. 

Gen'tian, «. oojbooooogSjOoooSttSoooo^o^ooooo^S, 
oDoS^oobo5iq^88j^c8^oftS 000I . 

Gen'tUe, n. an alien, c^iooojSoooa,yiogoi8cBscx) 
c6SyioDiooooQ^oo 00 o^S 0^ b 001 gentile; a 
heathen, a pagan, yioj8^8, yiODloo^8i8, 
yiooio^ooooloosSooi oo^boooi^jSoo^. 

Gen-til'i-ty, n. polite nesss, good breeding, 

CO^OOesSoOCOl, O0^O00bl00<j3l,0d00(^SoO89d 
OOtCD, 0p^£«c8l06^, OOQlOOODSOOOJJ^l 00 n^S 

00^; good extraction, yioooosoacBioo^, 

Gen'tle, a. well-born, woj^oaoDScS^Sto^coiOD 
Si; meek, mild, quiet, placid, oo^eosSs 
Oj^£ioo«jio£|5oio3«o1; moderate, not vi- 
olent, 00^021,0380^8; as, a gentle breeze, 


Gen'tle-man, n. a well-bred man, Sioigloooi, 
§oe8oo^Odo888Sg)ooioo(]8^§t8dC30ico8t, g8^ 

Gen'tle-man-lTke, Gen'tle-man-ly, a. polite, 
complaisant, oop2x:>»88. gentleman oooi, 
cSioS gentleman ooo\. 

Gen'tle-ness, n, meekness, mildness, docili- 
ty, oo^o£P|iiaD8^i,ooSo£p9iooio1; moder- 
ation, tender treatment, m^QxcoScoSf 

Gen'tle-wo-man, ^Soi^S, Soitoo^Odo8t8S<^^oDi 


Gent'ly, adv. softly, meekly, oocSodcSjCkx^Sod 

Gen-too', n. yio5|5^\8. Obs. 

Gen'try, n. yiooogiooc8ij:^^,yic»8f c»8^,yicoi 

Ge-nu-flec'tion, n. oo^c8i(fiio5Sc8i,^«c8i8j5oj^8jS. 
Gen'Q-ine, a. authentic, real, true, |S|^,o©8, 

G6n'u-ine-ness, n. purity, reality, sincerity, 

Ge'nus, n. pi. Gen'e-ra, class, oo^Sooc^gloo 

S^OOI^^^OO^^OOQlOOOO^OOl &fl5, 00^ 001 Sf» 

^iSoao^QoS^i (species) cS^SsbcSi. 
Ge'o-jen'tric, a. Astron. oo^oo«88ooSoo8icoit» 

©1^O0«O^c8^8^, qSoOoSoO^gS^SiO^OI ^00800 

Ge-og'ra.pher, w. yio5ioo^^oiS&n(Stg5i»oSo& 
0^1, SoS8ooSooo8«^^oiSc»9Sooo^icoi OdOO^ 


Ge'o-graph'ic, Ge-o-graph'i-cal, a. oo^?o88ie> 
(S8go\, 03^?>Dl88068l(fiS8l, |j8ioS8\cDic8p 

Ge-og'ra-phy, n. o5Sc8jS8^, SoS8oo^oao88o55oDi 

oo^^<j))d6^o68ir8^8iStoo^od 01000^00100 


Ge'o-log'i-cal,a. oo^coi8i3M(fijoo&»i. (geology.) 

Ge-61'o-gize, v. t. to study geology, «ic8&nd8j 


Ge-ol'o-gist, n. yiooioo^^oi^&>i(fijoocrn. 
Ge-ol'o-gy, n. ooSoS^cS^^cSooSoSiooSgicpoSoo 

8^001 C»00^tO888c8^8j505^SoDsS. 

do, wglf; furl, rade, pysh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; gh as sh;g as j; g as in get; s asz;x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Gre'o-met'ric, Ge'o-met'ri-cal, a. oo^ex)88« geo- 

Ge-om'i-tri'cian, n. a geometer, yiooicpjioi^ 
c» ^Sojp geometry c» oSooo^i . 

Gre-om'e-try, n. (8Frtc8j«@\)oDSo£^oo^ao8ooic» 

Gedr'gic, n. ooIodooojSooioo^^cjjIcS^ooSqioo^ 

Germ, n. a bud, od^oo^,ooS8^j»j5,oo^^iP^,odS 
5)i^^j5^ip^, o^sS; origin, first principle, 

Grer'man, n. yionSQ^tS. , a. oo^jjDsSscfiS 

(M^of i; akin; as, cousin-german, Soogl 

Grer-mane', a. kindred, relevant, 0D^?x:>t8«. 

Germ'i-nate, v. i. to sprout from a seed, coS 
^^c8^, £|ip^iic8^, obgS; to bud, as a leaf 
or flower, oobScS^, SaoDbScS^, Sse^cS^, 

Grerm'i-na'tion, n. See Gebminate. 
G-es-ta'tion, n. pregnancy, ooSoicS^, od^oogQ^ 

Gres-tlc'u-late, v. i. as in speaking, oocSiooSq^t 
^^{q^8^^8^,o8tcBSc88cSS; as with the eyes 
&c. wantonly, (gsoSscgsS^, ooo58cS(g, od 
oSacSogl ,ooo58aDOD8. 

Ges-tic'u-la'tion, n. See Gesticulate. 

Gest'ure (jest'yjir), n. a motion of the body 
or limbs, o^SoD©S3»oo^aj8oo%iSo5iSgi; a 
motion of the body or limbs, expressive 
of sentiment or passion, o^^ooe^oo^ajsooS 
hic8ioc8588oo£^ooD8^iSo5iSgi ; unseem- 
ly or wanton gestures, coiooSafl. See 

Get, V. t to obtain, procure, acquire, ^S ; to 
beget, procreate, q^8oio8poo^, c8^8 ; to 
procure to be, induce, persuade, «i^S,q^8 

(B^Sp,^9AcS^. , V. i. Get old, to 

age, ySc8^. — Get sour, to ferment, co^ 
c8^.— Get good, to improve, oic8^.— 
Get bad, to spoil, coicS^. —Get above, 
as tide water, c6ioooDicg5o6o8^; to sur- 
mount or conquer a difficulty, ^1103^,^1 


^ii«ioo^ooSr8. — Get ahead, to advance, 
proceed, c6ijoo88o5cofe8oofe8o5 ; to pros- 
per, c8p c^oo8 8. — Get along,* to fare, 
ttico, g8^c^ ; as, I get along very well, 
cjocS^c^jCXxfif <^oD88,oogic:§cx)88.— Get a- 
mong, gSoDio^ajjl; as, a tiger has got a- 
mong the buffialoes, c8^oD(]8^Qoqj[Scx>^ 
coio^^oaojjloS. — Get asleep, to fall a- 
sleep, QOoj5oooD8o5,6^So5.— Get at, ^\n^f 
«i|,^.— Get away, to depart, oo8c8^ ; to 
escape, og^ ^8. —Get back, to recover, 
opiojib; as, you will not get back your 
money, ^oo^^opi^©o3^; to return, cbopx 
b.— Get before, opicoiQ). — Get behind, 
to lag, fall behind, c8^c8i6bS, ooibooi©. 
— Get between, gScD^coio©c3oip sn. — 
. Get by heart, to memorize, d8Sco88^r 
c8S^Sco88^. — Get clear; as of a difficul- 
ty, to relieve one self from, ^i^,od^ooS 
^^b. — Get down; to descend, ojic8i,cgx 
cfli.— Get drunk, c8^io58.— Get forward, 
to proceed, advance, qi^^odSod^ioJ ; as, 
I get forward in my study, oDf^oi^a;)! 
c8^coiODooS«ic8oo^ioo^io5 ; to prosper, 
og8o8pcBic8^i(S^o^8c8^ioo^c6. —Get free, 
^i^8b,og^^8b.— Get home, opiopioDioSp 
o5.— Getin, to enter, g5,gScD^; to bring 
in, o685|5. — Get into, c6aj5,j5oDioo^i. 
—Get loose or free, to disengage one 
self, og^^^S, cSieoScgS.- Get near, to 
approach, cx^to^zSx. — Get oflF, to alight, 
ogicSi; to leave, depart, 008c8|5 ; to es- 
cape, ^1^; to take oflF, oc^8c8ingS; as, get 
off your clothes, oj^c8icg5^o2^oS8,cj5c8i 
cgS^oj^oSs; to dispose of by sale, col ^ft« 
— Get on, as clothes, ojc8^o88c8p; as 
stockings, ^^o8p; to get on board ship, 
embark', c8f ojiodcQ^i ; to proceed, ad- 
vance. See Get pobwaed. —Get out, to 
depart from, co8cBfcoioo^oo^i,oo8c8^ooi 
oD^»ojp ; to draw out, oc^8c8^, obscSp. — 
Get over, to pass over, cross, cbioxogS; 
to surmount, «ij^^ooSc5,«ifiiooSga>oS 

a,c,i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, fgU, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; d6ne,fdr, 

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o5.— Get the day, to conquer, oi^iiQieo^ 
ijjBol.— Get through, to pass through, ^ 
cgSjOiScS^ ; to accomplish, finish, «i6i, 
«iooi«i^i, «i(^c8^. — Get to, to reach, 
arrive at, opib. — Get together, to as- 
semble, convene, c8^^8, ^?§? J *^ ^^^" 
lect, qscS^^^jQicS^^^; to amass, oS§^, 
QiooldB^.— Get up, to rise, bicoi^,biooi 
cx)i{S; to ascend, (i>id8^,c8^b; to prepare, 
Gew'gaw, w. a bauble, a showy trifle, a toy, 

Ghasf li-ness, n. See Ghastly. 

GrhastTiy, a. death-like, pale, dismal, cSioSyi 

Ghat, Ghaut, n. Indian, a pass through a 
mountain, oDeiSoocoajg; stairs descend- 
ing to a river, cScoio^oD^oo^SScSicSisij 

Ghee, n. (East India) c8cD80Diodcx>^oD^oiQ(fli. 

Gher'kiii, n. oSooi^iotao^cSi. 

Ghost, n. the spirit, the soul, oD8i0380D^,oDODi; 
an apparition, oD^©ao^,ooSoo2)0^,ooScooo^. 

Ghost'like, a. eibioo^,c8ioSyio5,c8io5oo^ooao^. 

Ghostly, a. spiritual, od^oosSso^^Sicos; relig- 
ious, cD^oosSsooSoj^ooScxfl; pertaining to 
apparitions, a^^aosSgooScoeo^. 

Gi'ant, n. one of uncommon size, 9ic8ic^S8. 
See o8i. G: 9. yiooioa^SS^I^cScfe^dBs; a 
fabulous monster, 8ioood),88ooc8^88ooo31. 

Gfant-ess, w. yic8i^5^^,88oooDl^^, 

Gil/ber-ish, n. ooSodc85odcoS; as, you talk mere 
gibberish, I do not understand you, ^od 


Gn/bet, n. gallows, ooS ©i o5 c^i » c8S. , 

V.t. ©1C^. 

Gil/boiis, a. convex, protuberant, c8^oj,c8^8, 

Gibe, V, t. to taunt, deride, scoff at, odc8ico1, 

oocfixoo^oool.oocSij^^g^. , n. a scoff, 

a railing, odSodc8iooT,odSodc8ioo^ooo1|OoS 

Gib'lets, 71. pi. c8^3^c8^ooio3 02^0000805 ^00 

Gid'di-ness, n. dizziness, vertigo, 8poDcgi,^5 

Gid'dy, a. affected with vertigo, dizzy, oo^S 
o8oj^,038oo<i>i,8^aDcgioocgi; likely to cause 
vertigo; as, a giddy height, ooc8Sc8^o8 
o2iooD8oooj5; changeable, unsteady, coi 
e»oD80Da25,oD80DQooo1; heedless, thought- 
less, COlOOODOc8SoOC0800^, oo8dB6D8j5ooSoo 

c8^, o ici OS) 008 o c8i ; brained, 

headed, a. o3^oo8880D8oxxj5,o3^yo8 88oo8 

Gift, n. a present, a donation; ooSoO^,ooSog^ 
oDc8; a bribe, ooS8po8,8j5o8coSd3^; a re- 
ward, ooSo5ajj'[8, ooo28oo(i>; an oflfering, 
ooSqioj^; the act of giving, ooSoo^; a 
mental endowment, faculty, talent, ooS 

Gift'ed, a. talented, €8^8802^oo^oj^dj,g8^8« 

Gig, n. a play-top, 00^^8038; a kind of chaise, 
o5^oDoo^oooD02Sooi(feG8p88oooa>ps)S8i; a 
kind of boat, ooc8oo||ooiooc88|5^gS88b. 

Gi-gan'tic, a. huge, enormous, 03^10381,088^ 

Gig'gle, V. i. to titter, |i©ob8©c88,f iooo58oo«88. 

, n. OD^|l©ob8©c88,03S|lOOo5800?S8. 

Gild, V. t. 8i880j^,aji8880j^; to brighten, illumi- 
nate, «ioo8ic8^,«ioD8io8pc8ioSoDioj^. 

Gill, n. —of a fish, Q^o©oo^,Q^05cB5o3|p; — 
of a fowl, oBo^o^o^. 

Gill, n. (5»j)oo^€8^oooi, 9&»jc^o8888objS (pint). 

Gim'let, Gimb'let, n. a wimble, ooscgS, oj^^.* 

Gim'crack, n. a toy, a device, ?|5c8Sc^^^, 

Gin, n. a kind of ardent spirits, oo8odo3025o1 
a^b ; a machine for cleaning cotton, \>z 
ooooc^5,fe80j^ioi,8^c3gi ; a snare or trap, 


Gin'ger, n. oooo,ooooc8j5. 

Gin'ger-bread, n. cB^oooo,cB^a>i«io^5b8803oo. 

do, vglf; furl, rude, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; n as in linger. 

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Grin'ger-beer, Grin'ger-pop, w. (oSooiS) ooooojS 
03^cx>S«ibooiaDoo ,0091^1(^100^. 

Grin'ger-ly, adv. daintily, cautiously, ooioo^o 
c8Soooo8, c8i ooS c8i q68 ; as, what is that 
you took up so gingerly? ooSooi ^85c8^ 


Gin'gle, n. & v. o8^§@,dS^@^@|S. See Jin- 

Grip'sy, Gyp'sy, n. yiar.8o©i8,yioocx)o25oDiooco 
c8f ODpG©c8Sc8i©5c8iajjiioo^, oosjiSicSyi, 

(^OJlOoSoO^^S C^^OsSj^gSoj^f O0^Od8^O3O08. 

Gri-raffe', n. the cameleopard, (fiio0iG|8©3), 

Grir'an-dole, n. o^oioioDODojBQS^Sgoojosot. 
See Chandelieb. 

Gird, V. t. to bind round, girt, mS^tfJi^xo^j^f^x 
o8f ,c^ic68,o5«o5; as, gird thy sword up- 
on thy thigh, o55o^5^^«oDi^o6^qpGOc8i. 

See is. 3: 9; the loins, oo^o^^SdSSo; 

gird the loins hastily, d8^8c8^oooD8,oo6^ 
cS^oaoos; to clothe, to dress, q^jo^^joSa; 
as, I girded thee about with fine linen. 

See (OS. o6: oo. 

— • 

Gird'er, n. Arch. ooSA. 

Gird'le, n. a zone, a belt-, dSSoocBs, dSSS^^i, 

ooSooSo^S. , V. t. to bind around 

the waist, belt, coSooS; to environ, sur- 
round, SieoS, c8^oi@« ; to girdle, as a 
tree, c8oo,§o5cd^, c^gst^^SoooooSbcpS^. 

Girl, n. 88^^800^. 

Girl'hood, n. 8S^^8co^oool,o8sooaj[)|Sso,(]8^8S 

Girl'ish, a. c8io585^f8oop,ao^oo«8885^^8oo^, 

Girth, n. of a saddle, |^ooS,8ioDSod^i ; a 

circular bandage, ^icqioooSooSooS; com- 
pass round, 00 c6^ ; as, what is your 
girth? jc8^3C»o5Sc688^cbjS. 

Gist (jist), n. ooSoooS(p8Sooioo8^od<iS,ooSoocBi 

Give, V. t. to bestow, impart, grant, og^; to 
deliver, o5^c8i,o5^c8iogS \ to render, ut- 
ter, or pronounce, as an opinion, a sen- 

242 GLA 

tence &c. ©10010000^58008^01, cpooojSoi 
ooySooc/S; to permit, allow, og^cSioo^oa 
^8.— Give away, to transfer, oo^cSicgS, 
oo^cSiogSoo^ OD1 yi 01 05 8S, — Give back, 
to return, restore, og^opi, oj^ooolooi . 
—Give by measure, tSjSoopooS. — Give 
forth, to publish, as a command, 00^ 
cSiooooo^^ ; to proclaim, q^sojcSf oolcSi 
coS.— Give in, to yield, allow, oB^cSioo 
oo8,o§^ojib.— Give out, to publish, qto^ 
•c8^oo1c8ioo^ ; to issue, send out, emit, 
sendforth, as an order, oc^8c8^(»ooojS,oO^ 
oo^QicSS; to cease from exertion, cSiqJs 
c8ic8i, «ioo<feoDiioo^.— Give over or up, 
relinquish to another, yield, surrender, 
cj^cSicgSajc^iotf^^i; to abandon a prac- 
tice, leave, quit, j8cg5ooS, ^og5ooS,oo«i 
ooiioop; to relinquish in despair, cgSoo^ 
ooSooiooSoo8o088iooc8. — Give place, 00^ 

yiooioacS^, c^ 1,^(^1001 00 c8^; ^thanks, 

©8c8j5o@iiooSooo2l8.— Giveup, to cease 
to act, 00 «i 001 100^. — Give way, to 
retreat, withdraw, rjiooio^cSSS, opioo^n 
opio^cSSo; to make room for, c^^^3»c8^ ; 
to cease opposing, yield, oocSijicoiiooS, 
oogsDioDiioo^oo^oop; to yield to pres- 
sure, OOaj8,00<^5,c8l001^00lOQB^(SlOOf8; to 

break in various ways, obScgS, oo^oSB, 
c8i§^og5, c8icjj|ogS, c8^iooSoo88ibcoi oooo 


Giv'er, n. a donor, a bestower, yico^c8ioo^8. 
Giz'zard, w. ooc8,ooc8oDcdl. 

Gla'9ial (-shal), a. oo^oo8S8 glacier; icy, ooScos 

Gla'9ier (gla'seer), n. ooc8iooooio8c6SegdB8S^S 

8Soiooio5G8^booioo©i^oooooi 8|S 00 01 cot 8« 

c8iooSsj^ooei^oo8^c68,oo^oiOdoo8§ft S 001 00^ 

Gla'9is, n. ooc8S&»c8io5oofe8. 

Glad, a. pleased, joyous, cheerful, ooSooot^, 
0^^5008^; making glad or expressing 
gladness, ^5oo8,o2noo8. 

a,e,l,6,u,y4ong; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, last, fgU, what; t^^re, vgil, term; pique; done, ffir, 

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Glad, Glad'den, v. t. to cheer, exhilarate, qi 

Glade, n. a>S^ooicj>S^i,ajS^(j^i. 

Glad'i-i'tor, n. (j>iooi05^gSc)5ljgic85(»oo8ooiob5 

Glad'ness, n. cheerfulness. See Glad, a. - 
Glad'some, a. See Glad, a. 
Glair, n. the white of an e^g^ oo^3^o^o1,oo^c8i 
oSooiodSS^oooO. , V. t. ji^ooSooioo^op 

61an9e, v. i. to dart a ray of light, <x>^«68od 
^Sc8i; to fly oflF from, ooo55odoqS,ooo55 
og5,§8ogS,c8iooc55c8iODcg8; to look with 
a sudden cast of the eye, flgScx>o28,fig^ 
ooi^SoDq^coS ; to have a glance at, 06^ 
ooSoo^S,c6^oDSoD^Scx)^S,c6^cx>gSoD^S^ ; to 
glance at, hint at, allude, ooc^i^Sooc^S. 
, n. See Glance, v. i. 

Gland, n. (^?)©@5|ip (secretion) oocSo^ 

(organ), o5od^g©8ic8ioScoi^8,|). 
Gland'ers, w. coSaolcjooDogSooioocD^oot^pooc^ 


Gland'u-lar, Gland'u-lofis, a. containing 
glands, GB^S8C]]^ooo^,oioooD8Sc]||^ooe^Odo88; 
glandular swelling, |)c8(S, ^dB^'^c8(S,od 


GMre, v. i. to shine with a bright, dazzling 

light, cb80D8lOO^Soo(§l,OD@^OD@^,00@^ 

??' c^ifijj^^^, <^ii5cfei(l ; to look with 
large, fierce eyes, ^ c^i og od coS, ^ ch\ 
oS^oocoS, ^Sc^i^^oDcoS. , n. ooSco 

Glfir'ing, n. conspicuous, clear, notorious; as, 
a glaring sin, 00^00^88^00^03 q^c8, ooSod 
«pQ|pgScx)coS ; glaring eyes, ^5^o^od 

Glass, n. the material, bSooooooii dBio^88 ; 
a mirror, ^Sooodooi; glasses, spectacles, 
^o5cx)ooiooic^i8ogS»8S; window glass, 

Gliss'y, a. resembling glass, c8io5ooi^5o6od 
cDi,(Q)bG8ioS§ glass 00088. 

Glave, n. a broadsword, a falchion, f8o8^S 

Glaze, V. t. to furnish with glass, as win- 
dows &c, «ib@c6^88^5c6ooooi; to glaze 
ware, enamel, qic^oos^^od^oocBi. 

Gla'zier, n. yiooioo«i^Sbgc»<^c6ooooi. 

Gleam, v. t. to shine, glimmer, o8od8i, od8i 

cSjSojSo}^, (^105^05^. , n. a ray, a 

beam, oD^cx)8ic8^oj^o}^,oD^oo8ia)028>ooS 
080081,03^(^x05^ oj^. 

Glean, v. t. to collect with patient and 
minute labor, 001 f^^oo^^^ioobs (^^^00^8; 
to glean after the reapers, coicS^ojooi 
yio28ojooc8SS. See iji. ^: j. cJSo2,(^a5- 
sein). , n. See Glbak, v. t. 

Glebe, w. turf, ground, soil, c8^8p; land ap- 
propriated to religious purposes, ooIod 


Glee, n. joy, mirth, merriment, 00^02^^008^, 

00^02^^008^, 02^8^00808, O0^O10010dO2^^ 

oo8^5c85(^oo^o&o88; a merry song, ocH 
oot^ooo^^jocn ^60080002^ . 
Glee'ful, a. merry, gay, c8^8802p^ao8^,oDii» 

Gleet, V. i. j^cB^ooSoo* , m. oo^oooojScB^ 

boOlOoSool OOlOOOOOjS 00^1. 

Glen, n. a dale, oo^@i,oo^@iodS,oo©iSc»oo328. 
Glib, a. smooth, slippery, cgjoog^, 080335^; 

voluble, flippant, yiooi8^oo^8oo^oj880d 

Glide, V. i. to flow gently, cgic8ioodSoodS,cgib 

0000800008 ; to pass smoothly and still, 

cbioo^oo^oof , dbico^c^c^Stf 08 8^ 08 00 (^ 

Glim'mer, v. i. to shine faintly, gleam, oo8i 

68c8^68o2,oo8i68o268o2.oo8iq^»d8. , n. 


Glimpse, w. a momentary view, 00^06^00028 
g^oocgS; a momentary enjoyment, 00^ ^S 
ooioo8Sooo^58i8ioC)) wSogS. 

do, W9lf; furl, rude, p^sh; e.t.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as sh;g as j; g as in get; s asz;x as gz; n as in linger. 

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feiis'ten, Glis'ter, v. i. to sparkle, shine, od8i 
oD@^cx)@j5, c^io55<feicjS,oo8iqS^S; aS| 
the eyes gUsten, bScfeioSSc^ic^S. 

Glit'ter, V. i. to sparkle, glisten, glare, cnSi 

, n. brightness, splendor, luster, 

ooSooSi^S^S, ooSc^ioj^ojS, ooSchx^^^l^^ 
Gloat, V. i. to gaze earnestly, cg^ co^ odi cos 

Globe, n. a round body, ooSoo^i^, oD^cgijSa) 
oDi^ ; a terrestrial globe, iS^S^cgi^ ; a 
celestial globe, ^8^<jji^,oo^(jji^o:>coipooi 
c^ic^s<g}c8^«>^8i88ioDi oocSi. 

Glob'u-lar, Glob'u-lous, a. <j!)ipoocoi^,<gO<jjip 


Glob'ule, n. a small globe, ooS<jji^ooodi^8; a 
drop, .oi<jji^8jOoSa>cDif!oDojS. 

Glom'er-ate, a. oo^o5iooSgicB^c8^c8j5o^Sb. 

Gloom, Gloom'i-ness, w. darkness, sadness. 
See Gloomy. 

Gloom'y, a. dark, dusky, Sio2SooooS,58c8ioo 

^^,oo^co888ooSooi^c8^S«c8i,ooSs)8c8i ; 

in countenance j sad, downcast, ^Soo^ 

^©1 oi od 008 0^80^8 o^ ©p ; in mind, 

moody, suUen, dejected, odso^sooojjiS, 
oo8cx>^8pa>^«8ooS,8^oo^QtooS . 

Gl6'ri-fi-ca'tion, n. ooSj^8oom8cx)8ib. See Glo- 


Glo'ri-fy, v. t^ to praise, worship, adore, &8 

Glo'ri-ous, a. excellent, honorable, noble, g8^ 
888dOOlCo8l, coioo8ib3|S3^, (iB^Ssodcooc^oo 
a>^S; magnificent, splendid, grand, o5 

Glo'ry, n. splendor, brilliancy, odSooiooSisjjjS 
fi5jP,ooSo5oDioD@^oD@^; honor, renown, 
fame, oo^coiod8i,ooSodo^od^V, heavenly 
glory, oo^ooiod8icoi^8^8^; magnifi- 
cence, grandeur, <x>SoDoc^oD^,ooSo5oDi 
oo^SodQi; adoring praise, ooSS8o@iig8^ 
S8oo^c^8d3^; boastfulness, pride, arro- 
gance, OD^S8c8pO@11c8l 0^ 00 008. , 

v.i. to boast, vaunt, oSodooscDoiooi, is 
d8^o@uc8io^oooo8 ; to exult with joy, 
rejoice, o5oo8oooo8. See es. ooj: q. 
Gloss, V. t.'to make glossy, Qioocoiooi,oiog| 
ooa5J5,«ioo8iooSooc8i; to render spe- 
• X5ious, QiooSooioooooioooSSoocjipoioooSs, 
to explain the meaning of, ^^(jpdBSoo^ 

05 8o^. , n. the brightness of a 

smooth surface, ooSo©88pooooiooi, oo^co) 
OD55^,oo^qg|030Diooi ; a specious repre- 
sentation, oo^oooioooS^^^o5^1c8^6oiboo 
oSs ; an interpretation, ooS»8o^, »8o 

Gloss'a-ry, n. o58o^8ooioo^(jj)c8foo^oj6i(» 

Glgss'i-ness, n. See Glossy. 

Gloss'y, a. smooth and shining, cjjlooooiooi, 
ogiooajjS, og^ooj^^, cgoS, <jj1ooobSobS, ooSioo 
obS6b^,oDi 05 oioocosoDob^ooogS. 

Glot'tis, n. ooo1dB^oo1c8iooogi(»8^dB8. 

Glove, n. ^§^. 

Glow, V. i. to shine with intense heat, ooSi 
fi5jp85j^,cBSsg^85j^,cBSooo8o3io2t ; to glow, 
as a very clear sky, ^8^c8ic6,^8|5c8iod 
cbooooi; to have a glowing coimte- 
nance, i]S^S8^S|i^S9d,^5oo8i. 

Glow'-worm, n. o58^8iqoS?x:>8. 

Gloze, V. i. to flatter, wheedle, ^oDS^cx)cf|,«i 
9100^(^0588^00^8^81, c8^Soi^^ooSS{»i6gi, 

Glue, n. rB^,* oo^feogsfeoos. , v. t qi^ojs 

oo^88f8^,o55 ooSooSooiffi?* 

Glut, t;. t. to swallow greedily, gorge, cS^oo^ 
o5Se)5S, c8poo^@8^8; to surfeit, sate, 
satiate, (fi^oj5c6ooS,c8po25cB(fi^o25oooS 


Glu'ten, n. ooS^ojs, oo%o28^oo8oo^co888028io^ 

Glu'ti-nouB, a. ^ao^p,feoo^p,c8io5fB^feoj8^ooi. 
Glut'ton, n. a gormandizer, c^i^gScS^ojBcS 

Gliit'ton-ous, a. given to excessive eating, 

fife^i,6,u,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire, far, la8t,f§ll, what; thSre, v§il,term; pique; d6ne,f6r. 

Digitized by 




cDioo^jScS^ojScBooS; as, a gluttonous 
man, yiooioo^g^tS^o^ScBoo^. 
Glut'ton-y, n. voracity, oo^tfi^ogScStfiogScB 

Gnarl, v. i. to growl, snarl, (og^)oo^ioo^; to 
murmur, (yi)oo^«oo^ ; little used. , 

Gnarled, a. knotty, c8^8«oDb5cx)85ool. 
Gnash, v. i. oo^o^dSs^, o^oojSooo^i^^oe^oDe^Ss. 
Gnatt n. oo^,oo^tx>S,«o«o£,ocfi5,o8i. 
Gnaw, V. t. to bite, oo^oo^ ; to corrode, 05^ 

' Ǥ5. . * 

Gnaw'ing, a. coicpoo^oo^oofegSicofes; a gnaw- 
ing pain, oD^coloo^o^soojSS^. 
Gno'men, n. an index, oDSoDODogSog^ 80101, 

Gnus' tic, n. yioooDc^ioDioooSQia^ooaSoooS yiooi 

Gnu (nu), n. co|58r8S8o30D025c30ic»8pc8ioSooi 

Go, V. i. to move from, to proceed, advance, 
cbi,oo«; to walk, move step by step, 
oo8,(feiooSoool6ioDol ; to pass, circulate, 
as money, obicBS, SoS8ooSo5o8«jcxDio<fei 
cSS(fiiooiyi»oioooij^, ^ic8Sc8i|,S, o^Sx 
oj; as news, ooSoc^iajcS^oDlcSijC^iSgbSoSi 
6gi; to fare, succeed, turn out, qio3,€8^ 
<fe,<^c8pbSoJiS|i ; to tend, conduce, a- 
vail, c8siiQi©iiSo8«o5<^c8pb. — Goa- 
bout, to go from place to place, c6\oi8i, 
0010181; to gad, oogo^oQ. — Go against, 
ct)iij«ooS; to be contrary to, oppose, c8o1, 
c8^c8o) ; to go against the wind, £\o:> 
ofiio — Go aside, to deviate, swerve, ix>t 
^•odS, oocbioo|5c8ic8icD^, coSSc^^ajpoaS 
oop. — Go astray, to wander, stray, 0D8 
§«f 008§«c^, ^lODtt^ooS. —Go before, to 
precede, to lead, c6io5,^iooiq)8; to go' 
before the wind, cbic^oDcSiooo. — Go be- 
tween, to mediate, interpose, oioj^qiSi 
oo^coicx>^ooi^©ii. — Go beyond, cbi^iogS 
oo^,cbioo<x)ic§S(»^.— Go by, to pass near 


by, c6ioof[iooS,c6ioo^Soo^; to follow rule, 
8S^oD^a^i0d9, 8S^oo^o8^o3^o8ooo,oiSoo 
8c»(^So8^bo©o8t; he gave me the go by, 

(»b<^1^10g50Dl8800Cg^ODb5CD^. Go 

down, to descend, cbicSi, opicSi ; to be 
swallowed, cgSc8ib,ogSc8ig5b; to set, as 
a celestial luminary, c8i §5 ; as, the sun 
has gone down, ^^c8igSo5; to go down 
the river, cjicSico. — Go forth, 008c8^ 
b, — Go hard with, oocBcoioo8S, ^iJ^ipcB, 
— Go in, to enter, g5b,c6i|^5. — Go off, to 
depart to a distance, oo8Q2^^^@'((^y<308 
QjodoSi ; to explode, as fire-arms, d8^8 
c8poooD8,d^a5)c8^oooo«. — Goon, to pro- 
ceed, advance, c6iojgl8,Q8^cB^oooi.— 
Go out, to depart from, oDicS^ogS ; to 
become extinct, c8ioS, ccJl «S ngS. —Go 
over, to peruse, read, 08 cg^ o65 ; as, I 
have gone over this book, cSSooa^pc&i 
oDe8cgSo5; to examine in course, review, 
o^QoS CO Q\ co^ 00 01 f S ^S ; to pass from 
one side to the other, 8o5od^ ; as, go 
over the river, SoSooog.— Go round, <fei 
o3^8odS, cbiooSxooS ; to revolve, od^8oo 
0D«; to move round, oj8co^«; to go 
round a corner, cbioo^8ogSoofi^oo8^^. 
—GK) through, pass through, cbiS^i 
<3g6, <^i ^ <*S o^Sj; to penetrate through, 
pierce, §dB^035,oiSd8^ ; to accomplish, 
finish, Qiopioo&i,tfioDiG8^^ic8|S; to ex- 
ecute effectually, Qiopio©<^c8^, wiopioo 
oDooi^.— Go under, such a name, oo^ooS 
fB8ooQi6o5i6gi. —Go up; as, a river, to 
ascend, ojic8^o5,^iajo65o58.— GK)upon, 
as upon a supposition, to assume, 0100^ 
ooioodBoo8^ooSoSiooS gi 0© «8. — Go with- 
out, to be destitute of, cS^oocS. , 

V. t. to take, as a share in an enterprise, 
QioDc88oo^88o58f^^ 00^ S od c8i 00^ c8i ; as, 
they were to go equal shares in build- 
ing the house, o^bt^^^iocxSso&^Sso^^oo 
5iobo8«o88.— Goit, «i88»i,q\oo^^5.— Go 
one's way, c6i8jooc8^o^b,c6iooioof^o^b. 

dg, wplf; furl, rude, push; ei.o. silent; 9 as s; yh^wsh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; nas in ligger. 

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GOD 246 

Goad, n. ^^c8^8f>^^,f ^cb«. ^ v. t. to prick 

vrith a goad, obsSs^^cS^S^^tOo^odfip ; as, 
goad on the elephant, oo^o^, f ^^^ 
s8; to stimulate, urge, incite, oaoopdS^ 

Goal, n. the mark aimed at in racing, ooSo 
^pooog^ooieoSgi05c8S; an object aimed 
at, end, aim, design, ooSooqi6iooiocoi0 

Goat, n. ^obscbt. 

Goat'-hgrd, n. yicoio^cgS^^8o6«c»|5. 

Goat^ishy a. ooiodo^c^SoosQiodcosSliSc^scbsolad 

Gob'ble, V. t. to swallow hastily, ^^oj^ooogi^, 
coSc8io^«o:jj|^«; to make noise in the 
throat, as a turkey, cBscS^bSoScooSeloo 

Go'-be-tween', n. an interposer, a mediator, 
(^looiCdQiegoiSsco^ 0D1 d 8 od 001^ en ; in 
match-making, a match-maker, ooc8^ 
o^; a broker. See Bbokeb. 

GoVlet, w. oogiooodo^. 

Gob'lin, n. QcS^to^co^omS^. 

Go'-cart, n. cj^Soaio^cBSfiotoogoD^cooj, o}f 8 

God, n. an object of worship, a divinity, a 
deity, oo©S ; the true God, the Supreme 
Being, Jehovah, tgi, oD^^ogi ; a deified 
being, superior to man, demons, m$S 


God'chUd, God'daugh-ter, GodTa-ther, God- 
moth-er, God'son, igooSooe^oSioo^cogSg 

OdO^^OOOD^OOl00^8o3oD^COl 00 \^ oSl, Opt 8 
0100^001^c8lc8dBlOdOOgCQl8cO^OO 8^ COl 00 
OD058OJlCg^OJl800p^ 8t 00 o8^ OJl c8 OJl (Si 

coio2J5cgio!:ncgic»^iojiofti8o3p8^ c8^ b §8 
ooipc8iG8ci8io2ioo^ooioo8^o^bf^^c8i. 800^ 
»b|^yicBw8ic»i Godchild, o^8oDp85^ 
8tc8iiGBtcoi Godson, e^8o9^8S^^cB8cSiQ0i 
God-daughter, aD8(^^85^p cB8 b ooi God- 
mother, oo8(^^8S^f,^c88bcoi Godfather, 


God'send, n. oD^o^^tcbQdicgioooSjS. 

God'speed, w. success, prosperous journey- 
ing, oDSdB^oi,oDSoo^5obcDTOgiooc8^ ; as, I 
bid you God speed, 5^oo^ooSs8^oa^i, S 

Grod'dess, n. ^SccJl^^. 

God'head, n. deity, divinity, godhood, cgioo 

Godless, a. ooc8^S8oo^fSc^i,oDi]S^S80D^a28d3^ 

Cgl,00^\Ogl 00<28OglCD^. 

Godlike, a. divine, cSioSStc^i; as, a godlike 
act, oo^oiooKpcSioScQicgiQioo^. 

Godli-ness, n. religiousness, piety. See God- 

Godly, a. pious, holy, devout, religious, ^gS 

^SbcQ1 02^C^lOOl C^l, SscS^^^O^ CO o^^ C^l cx> 

col. ^ 

Go-down', w. warehouse, storehouse, odcS^^ 

t^i^g^o5oooo^8oo^o5ioD«pooi o^^i. 
Gog'gle, V. i. og^dBfoob55),og^bSog^^1,8SbS8S 

^. eyed, a. S^9zc%plS<q^^, bSogf 

Gog'gles, w.jpZ. bScooDcoiooooiioi. 

Gog'let, n. cooicB. 

Go'ing, n. obKxA. See Go. 

Goi'ter, Goi'tre, n. a wen, cB5oD^c8^,cB58f . 

Gold, n. cq. 

Gold'-beat^er. n. yiooiooSoDog^cg. 

Gold'-fish, n. Q^og,gpooiodc§Sc8ioSog. 

Gold'-lace, n. oo^o1o205ccncoioooo1c^p<^ojSb88 

Gold'-leaf, n. cgooaj)8,02ooo2^ooS. 

Gold'-smith, n. yiSSojS. 

Gold'-tbread, n. o^^og. 

Gold'-wire, w. ^ic£c8« 

Gold'en. a. made of gold, <fec8^ooioj; partak- 
ing of [gold, gold-like, opo^588oj,c8io5 
ooioj^ ; of the color of gold, ooc^ScSioS 
ooiog,<j|pScgooo88 ; pre-eminently excel- 
lent, O3SoiODODlS,00S91c8l580^O3^,OD^910a 

88; royal, co^oo8888ioi« 
G6n'do-la, w. (8^0001) fpcn)ajSooiyi§^|S8ojb. 
G6n-do-lier', n. (^1031^8^00018. 

4,e,i,6,u,y>long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, IM, fell, what; thfire, vgiI,term;piq»«;d6Be,f6r 

Digitized by 





Gone, n. p. of go, departed, left, odcoic^SoJ, 
^icgSoi, t6io9^o5; ruined, oftjSioD^ o5 ; 
lost, (X))q^q5; expended, oDiScgSoS. 

Gong, n. 8i. 

Gon'or-rhe'a, n. 8j5cx)^g1oooDSan. 

Good, a. having desirable qualities, fit, use- 
ful, excellent, admirable, 91,00^ ; valid, 
adequate, competent, oSbjcfibjogiib; pi- 
ous, virtuous, ooojpoi»oo8cn; kind, be- 
neyolent, friendly, ojj^ootoop,ooScoi^S 
oD^^coi</imoo8^; clever, cSf StooSoj^oo^ 
o8op; skillful, handy, as a good work- 
man, (^lOd^o^odS^t^; (especially follow- 
ed by /or), serviceable, suited, suita- 
ble, coioo^isoooD^ ; real, actual; as, in 
good earnest, o3(/^coodi^; not small, 
considerable; as, a good dea|l, a good 
share, coootco^xzo^; full, complete, coi 
ooi^a^,coiodc8^ooSS. See 0^1 . 6: qo; un- 
blemished, fair, honorable, oo^oS^o^S^ 
a2|Soo€B^, dS^Sso^oDicoSi. See i^. c^: o. 

, n. whatever is commendable or 

desirable, ooSoi,o©^a^«,oDS^S, oD^oogis 
a»oop, Stc8^iod^oDiooq^s^i(ji|tyiooioo^f8 00^ 
§^8Mi<^Qi^^yi. , adv. well, 0388. 

Goodrby', Good-bye', int. farewell, adieu, ccS 

Ox8lODcSo&lOpiyi9^^0Q5S8oDt Ot cBS 0d ODI 

Good'-con-di'tioned, a. c8^^c8p^,d3^oD88. 
Good'-feFlow-ship, n. companionableness, ooS 

(Jood-hu'mored, a. good-natured, wiooo^^oi 

Good-look'ing, a. handsome, fine-looking, coi 
ongSooiS^S, oobSoi; as, a good-looking 
house, <ApooioogS9i,oogS^5. 

Good'man, n. yiSSgloooi ; the good man of 
the house, a husband, o5^ooe^. 

Good'-naf ure, a. oo8oi,^gSoD89i,oSoooo80D6i 

O3Sl,oS0000 809^103^1 • 

Good'-tem'pered, a. See Good-natubb. 
Good'-wfll, n, benevolence, well-wishing, 00^ 


Goodli-ness, n. beauty of form, elegance. 
See Goodly. 

Good'ly, a. pleasant, desirable, 001003^91,00 
oSodcoi; comely, elegant; as, goodly 
raiment, oo^o20D^o88009i,ooi359doDi. 

Good'ness, n. the state of being good, excel- 
lence, virtue, 00^9103^0!, 00^^8^8800^91 
ooSo); a good disposition, ojj^9ioo8oV, 
benevolence, kindness,] ojSoo^oo8oj,o5^ 
00^^, ^g^^pajil^cjp^^ooS; moral Vir- 
tue, O2^O8aD8Ol,O2^G8o38c8l,00^QlC01009l0d 

Goods, personal estate, property, ^c8S 
8f 8^, oD^8oo^o6i ; merchanjdizo, wares, 
00^001, oD^o|5ooSooia5^, ooSooic^ifio1(fi^yi 
cS^booo^; furniture, chattels, effects, 
o5^oo^S OD^ C$1 ; other articles of use, 

&C. OD^0dQ01l0d«8^,00QI^^. 

Good'y, n. good wife, ^pyS,ic^^. pL goodies, 

GooBe, n. pi. Geese, the bird, cS^odi; a 
tailor's smoothing iron, co8cS^ 001^1008 

Goose'ber'ry, n. (<;^Ssoj^i) ooioo^oooDogSfiSfb 

G6r'di-an-kn6t, n. an inextricable difficulty, 
odS©iodSooooc^Scoic^i«)0^c8iooo9, 00S009S 
coiyi^ |S(g)c6^0d8o^oo(^oo^. 

Gore, n. blood, cAp; clotted blood, og^cSScB^, 
^^V^ cgpcBicS^ ; a wedge-shaped piece 
of cloth sewed into a garment, 03^0^8 
^So6S^2i88fio8<bc8^boDio9. , V. t. 

to pierce with the horns, o^S8io^S8i 
0^1 ^ooS ; to stab with any pointed in- 
strument, «b80O1OO^8^^. 

G6rge, n. the gullet, the throat, cfiSojSoS ; a 
deep, narrow ravine, ooSod^ or ooS@. 
, V. t. to glut, satiate, cS^o^ScBoo^, 

G6r'geous, a. fine, magnificent, showy, (jIod 

Gdr'geous-ness, n. magnificence, splendor. 
See GoBGEous* 

do,W9lf; furl, rfide, p^sh; exQ. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh;g as j; g as in get; g asz;x as gz; nas in linger. 

Digitized by 





G6r'get, w* cBSoiooodo^S^oooj^ooSicSioScoiooI 

G6r'gon, n. 88oooDl,oo^c8i(^tc8i<j8o88^. 
G6r'mand, Gdur'mand, n. a glutton, ^^looioa 

GOr'man-dize, v. i. (fi^ojScBcSo^oDoS. 

Gor'y, a. covered with blood, CD^ooiStoD^cgjS; 
murderous, bloody, ooiooQioSyiodODS. 

Gos'ling, n. c8^cx>i8. 

Gos'pel, w. the glad news of salvation by 
Christ, oo^oDgf odcnS^OD^oosSsd^S od oo^ 
O^poji8j5oji; one of the four histories of 
Jesus Christ, o55oo^ooa^ao8|SoDio^5ooo^. 

Gos'sa-mer, n. og^c»o2i,oD^c8ioS880D8io^ogi|S 

boOl OOoSlOdO^ 00 1 0D^S^dl oooog8S . 

Gos'sip, n. oD^obSdS^ooooi, oo^if oj^^f 8i yi ; 
one who indulges in idle talk, a tattler, 

to prate, tattle, d^cS^coooij^^o^^^Si. 
Goth, n. (8Soax) yioDi^iioocoojSooioo«i^ii<^i^ 

o^; savage, wild hordes of people, ij\ 

Goth'ic, a. oo^yo«88yi85ooi8; Archy ooj5co888 

o5^8lc88lOOlOob^8G8od8^0D8lCO ^ §8 00 

Gouge, n. oo8^iodooii. , v. t. ^Sc8^$to 

gouge out, Gi^8c8p,^«dS^. 
Gourd, n. the plant, oooj^i,o8; the fruit, coodi 

oo^,o80D^; a calabash, o6o2iex)8, 98000311, 


Gout, W. O3S«>l00p0^800{S^\O0ODOjS. 

Gout^y, a. oo^oopc^8oop^io3^oo888 gout cS^Sa 


GoVern, v. t. to regulate, manage, direct, h^ 
^p ; to control, restrain, *^^^8cooo^; 
to rule, oioo^o3^,oio8^Qici8ioo^. 

Gdv'ern-anje, n. See Govebn. 

G6v'ern-ess, w. a female invested with au- 
thority, 8S<^^ODlOdGB^880d8odOD8tC010d03 

S^^^oioo^ooS; a governess in a family, 


G6v'em-ment, n. direction, restraint, con- 

trol, coS&^^^,ooH^^^So90dS; authori- 
ty, (pSooooSi, odSoiod^oo^ ; the persons 
who^govern, the administration, yicoi 
oaoiCD^os^, yiooiooS^^pSooooS; a coun- 
try subject to a ruling power, a com- 
monwealth, a state, c8^a)i{»c8^ooiooS 

GdVern-ment'al, a. 0D^to888 government. 

G6v'ern-or, n. a ruler, yioioo^oo^,o8^,oS^8 
8^ ; an instructor, tutor. (^iqicSoo^oooo 

GdVern-or-geu'er-al, n. o8^ooo^»o8^. 

Gown, n. oOyO^oscS. 

Gowned, a. o88ooo8c8. 

Grab, v. t. to seize, snatch, clutch, g^ig^^SoD 

ooS, 8^^5oDooS. ^, n. from v. t. 

Grab^ble, v. t. to grope, sprawl, grovel, od 

CDl^O^^OOl ^001 S^,OD^^,0g|So3f ^. 

Grace, n. favor, coSogX'* See \. 00: e, toojS; 
divine favor, mercy, oD#^ogiooo^|8Ȥp; 
the God of grace, oo^o!Jj|8odsS, ojSodsS; 
virtue obtained through divine favor, 
oo^o1c^eo2|S9icx)8o1oOi 00 cb oDi cgi o» (B^ ; 
gracefulness, elegance, comeliness, odS 
o5oot9 00^910^^00^; a short prayer be- 
fore or after meals, ooH8c8^o@iiogioo 

0^8, OD^C»^^^c8^Ogl00a^[8C0l cB^ OlOdOd 

g8^; the title of a duke, oo^odoioooo^oo^ 

e308888ioio»o28oocoSoD^i. ^ V. t. to a- 

dom, embellish; qicSooiooS; to honor, 
dignify, oj«dSjS,oS8p(fii. 
Gra9e'fal, a. elegant, easy, vicoi^S^Szo^a^ 


Gra9e'fal-ne8S, n. elegance or ease of man- 
ner. See Gbacepul. 
Graje'less, a. depraved, corrupt, o1c|tfoo€8^, 

Oj^9lO58dJoDG8^,05o08*O0G8p, oo^oj^oo^cSS 

Gri'jes, n. pi. ooSo5ooScoi,oDSc8id6pc8icg. 

Gra'cious, a. kind, merciful, favorable, kind- 
ly disposed, o2^9ioo800^,o8^880d02|S9iOd 
0^91, ooa2||88f(»§^»1; granting favors, 
beneficent, coioooic^itgi §^^^, o^^oo 

ft,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cSre, far, la8t,f§ll, wh?it; there, veil, term; pique; d6ne,fdr, 

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^iooSoopoD8cx)^iooSoj; possessed of vir- 
tue through the grace of God, oIc^qodi 

Gra'cious-ness, n. j^dness, condescension. 
See Gbacious. 

Gra-da'tion, n. a regular series or process, 
marked by degrees or steps, coScS^^i 
e«c»soiooc8io9^ooc8ioDcBioD^oocBi; regu- 
lar advance from step to step, cxAQ^ 


Grade, n. a step, oos8,oool,oocBi,oofe8; rank, 
. c8^co^Q08S8oo^^odc8oo8^oo§^ooi ytt^^oo 
e^oooigl. -, t;. t. to reduce to a lev- 
el, Qioiid8i. 

Grad'u-ial, a. progressive, cdiooQi(»oD8aDoi8oo 


6rad'u-ate, v. t. to divide and mark by de- 
grees, ^108,Q1^^00^0DcBlOD^OOcBl. , 

V. i. to receive a degree from a col- 
lege,' QicSoo^odeico^odwiopiOd 001600 di8 

Orad'u-ate, n. yiooiooQtc8oo^oj^ooSoo803ir8j 

Grad-u-a'tion, n. regular progression by de- 
grees, 00^8^ c8^o8c8pbooog (degree) oof 
ooo§,ooogoo^ooo@|^c8i; the act of mark- 
ing with degrees, oo^»i^poo^ooo@o9e|S« 

Graft, t;. t. c8o8^oo^oooiooioo^ooSio^oocd^,Syt 
bSf^^o^^oo98so6iG8c8^ooi o^^oogo^oocS^oo 

088. Fig. See ^.00: oq. , w. a scion, 

a shoot, 9COioox^c8b8^oooD8ooi90do\oo; 

Grain, n, corn, o^odooo^Sooo^S ; a single 
com, 0^00^00(01^ ; any small particle, 
coSoo^ioo^,ooSoo§i8i; a very small por- 
tion, 00^00^19,00^00^81 ; the substance 
of wood, as modified by the fibres, (^^od 
ggpodo^i; against the grain Qto6S,S^66S 
O}^go^od0{ioooo888c8b ; Fig. <»i<S,moo^6 

00^,Oo8^(>»10OO080O^« , V. t. VO^^i 8 

f^Soo^ooc^ioocbcS^ooS Od<gi^oogoog80^^ 00 
Grains, n. pi. what remains after brewing. 

oo^ooo58oaoDS. , a. a kind of har- 
poon, 08^. 

Gram, n. (fixooioc8toooDo^S,ooooob.* 

Gra-min'e-ous, a. grassy, gS^88|^, gB^Ssooo^, 

Gram-i-niVo-roiis, a. odiooc8^oooS8ioo«J18i. 

Gram'mar, n. (g^ «S,) the science of lan- 
guage, oo^(^^^1oo^oodBiodQioooo^ooc388 
ooc3, ooo6^88ooo&^a3^e£)8c85odoo8So&i§2i od 
o^; a book that treats of that science, 
o5Soooj^coioo*^^c8oo^c^^^oopoo888 09 c8i 

Gram-ma'ri-an, n. a philologist c^iooioo|ioiS 
^^oiSg^w^o^o^oooQioooi, yi^c8 yi oi ooi 


Gram-mafic, Gram-mat'ic-al, a. pertaining 
to grammar, oo^io888g^o^; according to 
the rules of grammar, c8ioc8588g^QS. 

Gran'a-ry, n. 0^00%. 

Grand, a. large and spacious, o88^o8g6^ ; 
high and excellent, elevated, lofty, 08 
8^o8o8,oi8S8^; illustrious, noble, exalt- 
ed, odcoiD^odOD8ic8 ; illustrious in ap« 
pearance, majestic, stately, coi0d<^oog^ 

Gran'dam, n. a grandmother^ <3,<S^(^^. 

Grand'child, n. o5i. 

Grand'dgugh-ter, n. q5i^^« 

Gran-dee', n. a man of elevated rank or sta- 
tion, a nobleman, 9xd3^880dci8W8^o8c8, 


Grand'eOr, w. sublimity, majesty, nobility* 
See Gbaio). 

Grand'fa-ther, n. grandsire, ^. 

Gran-da'o-quen9e, n. bombast, magnilo- 
quence, O0^O9G8lO08^O0<^^€8^8800|]50dCOl 
OOlOODfjS^SoOfSo^ODOOingSoO dl8, 00^ odcSt 

Grand'i-ose, a. imposing, stately, Qtoooo^oo 

c8^S8oo8oooo8i,oo^eo888oo8^(Pc8; turgid, 

bombastic, 00^00888 oo^oocBi0d8^od ^S 00 

Grand'moth-er, n. d,o^^yS. 

do, W9lf; furl, riide, p^sh; eA,o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; nas in linger. 

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GrTdnd-seign'ior (-seen'ynr), n. c^iooiSo5i8oo8i 

Grand'sire, n. ^)^y^. 
Grand'son, n. o5ig). 
Grange, n. SS,o5p,8,oii,c:§poo©pooi(^i«i45oo 

Gran'i-fOrm, a. cDio©ojSo»8ic8io5oj8iaj>8ioo 

Gran'ite, n. (gjS^S), ooiSooe^aSjSooTtx^SoooDsSg 
cgSooS, (quartz), ojcoeo^, (felspar), 8«^odi, 

Gra-niv'o-rous, ^a. ooj5co88too^(38^odooj5coiooS^ 
ooop; granivorous birds, c8^coioo(fi^oo^ 

Grant, v. t. to bestow, confer, give, oj^ooS ; 
to transfer the ownership of, oj^oiooS 
Q^yioioscS^; to admit as true what is 
not proved, concede, allow, oSodo^ojiS; 
as, you say your foot was sore you 
could not come, grant it, but you 
should have sent some one to tell me, 

oj^oioiyiobobooioooioi, r, n. the 

thing granted, a gift, a boon, o^SSs^^ 
00^001 yioioo^b; a conveyance in writ- 
ing, 0^001pc8lc8c8lCOlODSoj^OO^OOQlSlOO 

8S,o55§8odioiodSoo8^. See Gbant. v. t 
Grant-ee', w. c^iooio^^S grant. See Gbant. n. 
Grant'or, n. c^iooic»cjp grant. 
Grin'ii-lar, a. consisting of grains, i5^8« 

grain ooo^. See Gbain. 
Gran'uJate, v. i. to be formed into grains, 

(^G8podoot(gi|5 CO oDi^ @ ^ S S^ 00 oSs ; to 

make rough on the surface, Qio^scSjSod 

Gran'u-la'tion, n. Med. in ulcers, g^. See 

Gran'u-loiis, a. See Gbanulab. 
Grape, n. ©oiod^. 
Grap'er-y, n. ooc8%yi5j^c8i©o8^^. 
Grape'-shot, n. ^So503pcDi(»8^ob©o«oo|5oo<jjip 

oi g5bcoi^S^ioDc8t68S^S. 
Graph'ic, Graph'ic-al, a. pertaining to the 


art of writing, oopo088tc>Dc^too^; de- 
scribing with accuracy, OD^i^scglcS^oo^ 

Grap'nel, n. a grappling iron, an anchor 
with several flukes, ^^cx)o;icoiOd€8|S8|ao 

Grap'ple, v. t. to lay fast hold on, seize, jj^^ 
fDSo:jjiiajn,cS8^S8^^So!giiO!gii ; to seize 
with a grappling iron, a2|t?oSoo^8t|^oD 

oji. , V. i. to grasp in wrestling, 

cxjjiScSSogScSS. —Grapple with, qic8S» 
oo80Do5ooo2, 5^|^^c8Soooo8ogiSc8Sorjj5c8S» 
0D8 ; Fig. c^8©ngi^iioDS ; as, to graplo 
with mathematics, c^ei8(nc8^^6^f^^ 
oj^sijp. , w. See Gbapple. v. t 

Grasp, V. t. to clutch, dji; to hug, c58oi^8^ 
ojiijSseoS; to seize and appropriate 
with undue eagerness, qSoSnt^oo^. — 
Grasp at, to try to seize, - c^ioc^s, q5»S 

00^. , n. a clutching with the hand, 

the gripe, ooSc58c)5)i«o5,«5i«>S,odS8^«o5; 
reach of the arms, 00^8803001^5; Fig. 
power of intellect, od8oo8o»o38i,ooS^SoiS 

Grass, w. herbage, a)oS,^,fp8i5i8i. , 

V. t. <^iooit^8pcoio36^. 
Gr&ss'hop-per, n. gJS. 
Grass'-plot, n. aoSon8^88o§^ 88^^810181, odo^ 

Grass'y, a. c8^88^p8ioi8xo3oSoD^o?p. 
Grate, n. an iron lattice-work, ooScJoood^ooi 

CO808; a fire-place made of iron bars, op 

oo<i^i«ib88co8c8. , v. t. to close a 

passage way with iron bars, oSStoSob) 
8«oo8a8(^|5 ; to rub one rough thing a- 
gainst another, oo^So^c^soocBsoo^s^t; to 
wear away by rubbing, od|Sojc9i,oo|S 
c68c8i; to offend, vex, irritate, oiooSiS; 
to make a harsh grating sound, qiodS 
Grate'ful, a. having a due sense of benefits, 
thankful, ^^e1ooS£»a2|i8; agreeable, 
pleasing, delightful, oo^oooot, ^odoos- 

&,e,i,6,Q,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, fgll, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; done, fto 

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grateful to the taste, o^oopcBB^, cboop 

Grate'fol-ness, n. See Gbateptjl. 
Grat'erin. ?^@,?|5@??@1. 
Grat-i-fi-ca'tion, n. the act of pleasing, oo^gi 

^Syioo oot; the state of being pleased, 
enjoyment, delight, oo^^Soot, ojjS^jSoot 
^5; that which affords pleasure, frui- 
tion, ooSwiogno^jSo^iicol.ooScoioooi^^gi 
^Sytod03t,oo^ coioooioo^^eoot. 

Grat'i-fy, v. t. to please, delight, satisfy, «i 
^^Qi^SyioooDt, oicD^ yioooDi; to recom- 
pense, requite, ^lo^^^oJ^ojiXsojjS^IS. 

Gra'tis, adv. coS\ as, to obtain gratis, ^^oocS 

Ghraf i-tude, n. thankfulness, oo^ojjSQloo^ajjiit, 

00^9^^,OOlOQf^^OO^Cf^|8 ad?S. 

Grra-tu'i-tous, a. given without an equiva- 
lent, cjpoDcS; done voluntarily, not of 
# necessity, Qi9^ooS,Qi9|SoooDt,Qido^3doot, 
yioiooq^tQiOD|S|o9oicD^; as, a gratuitous 
assertion, coiooc8iooioDcBibooc8SooG8p. 

Gra-tu'i-toiis-ly, adv. See Geatis. 

6ra-tu'i-ty, n. a present, a free gift, od^oj^od 

Grat'u-late, v. t. to congratulate, o^^^cos^o^S 


Grave, a. of a composed demeanor, solemn, 
serious, sedate, oo^jooc/^; important, 
momentous; as, a grave a£Eair, od^too 

C^^0019dOD1, 00^89dC||SoDl 00 8^ Od f ^ ; loW, 

deep, as a grave sound, od^c8^odoi^ooi, 

odSoS^odoi^ ODC^^, , V. t. obs c^« ooS. 

See Engbavb, •« , n. a tomb, a 

sepulchre, ooSog^SjS. 
Grave'-clothes, n. cerements, oo^ojjoo^oSsooi 

Gravel-dig'ger, n. jicOio^jj^oo^^iooicpioSoaSS. 

GraVel, n. fine particles of stone, ooiSSoog 
@ioo^o9o|S; a calculous concretion in 
the kidneys or bladder, ooSoSlcx^i^Sp 
cS^ooi 00^ m od ^1 88 (^ c8^ 001 00^ co^ c&. 

, V. t. to cover with gravel, ^^ 


Grav'eUy, a. c8^88coi^c»goo@8o;n. 

Grav'er, n. a sculptor, yiooi»«68c^8ooS; an 

engraving tool, a burin, ^^sbsrs^. 
Grave'-stone, n. coiSootyicoi^c8ibcoioo^og|58^ 

88868c8iyio&adoi88^oo^booi 9do^oo8^So&t 

Grav'i-tate, v. i. (gSooo8) cSicoisjodSooSiqicp 


Grav-i-ta'tion, n. (§Soooj|i^), od^coi; the ten- 
dency of bodies to one another, oo^odS 
G»oo8icoi (body) dBsSi ooo^o^8tfiic85Qooot 

Grav'i-ty, n. (gSoooi), weight, heaviness, 
oD^c8iooooi^,ooScoi; a tendency toward 
a center, ooSooSo^odSiooi (body), c885it» 
SpooojSoc^s <6icS8 9iad808ooop^sj^a9(]8|S; 
composed demeanor, sobriety, od^^cSi 
00^ ; importance, significance, oo^odS^ 

Gra'vy, n. co^ooo8oDj^c8pbcoiooD^co^o^oi,o5 

ooS oS ox ^|5c8i ,oM£o6 . 
Grave'-yard, n, a cemetery, oo^og^8pc»oo8i, 

Gray, a. white mixed with black, hoary, o» 


ojjcn,cnoo8. , n. See Gbay, a. 

Gra/'beard, n. (jcOdpoj^. 
Gray'-eyed, a. ^S||o1soo«* 
Gray'-haired, Gray-head'ed, a. 8po1. 

Gray'hound, n. See Gbeyhound. 

Gray'ish, a. dJ^8oD^o8,o8o1o08co8. 

Gray'ness, n. See Gbay. 

Graze, v. i. to feed on growing grass, cSjSoo^ 

coi ^^ oS OD ^, <^i c8^ ^^. , V. U to 

touch lightly in passing, 00^033^,00^ 
^|S,oD^oo^S; to feed with grass, pasture. 

Gra'zier, n. yioDioooj^cS^ap^cSoo^SdBSS. 

Graz'ing, n. a pasture, o©c8^<icoo^oo^G8^coi 
cSlS^ibcoico^rgSSoo c8^ b 00 8^ ; a light 
touch in passing, oo^oo^QS. 

do, w^lf ; furl, tude, p^sh; e.t.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger . 

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Grease, n. animal fat, 00^08; a disease in the 

feet of horses, oD^S^o^oc^ooooc^Sooiod^ 

jSco^oooj{5oxoi,c^S oio u 
Grease, v. t. to smear i^ith grease, ^^^^cSi 

§8 odS o8,ojf o8,«iq^Scoi 08. 
Greas'i-ness, n. unctpusness, grossness. See 

Greas'y, a. unctuous, oily, fat, o8b,cg|o8,cop 

(P1 88o8,OD^S^ODl 08. 

Great, a. (in various ways,) 8^,088^, ooiodQiot 

Great'-beriied, a. pregnant, ooioi8p,oDn5ioD8 

Great-grand'child, n. cBi. 

Great-grand'fa-ther, n. ^os8^. 

Great-grand'moth-er, n. oo«8^. 

Great-great-grand'chUd, n. coi* 

Great-great-grand'fa-ther, n. <£00<£,oc»^,^oi8^ 

Great-great-grand'mo-ther, oooo,^ooo,do88^(» 

Great-heart'ed, a. courageous, ^•o6t ; haying 
fortitude, o6^88od8£Q3C9^,od^iod^09^. 

Great'ness, n. of large extent, dignity, emi- 
nence, grandeur, magnanimity, noble- 
ness. See Gbeat, a. 

Greayesy n. pi. oocBscoiS^q^ooS^. See o^i« 

Gre'cian, n. a Greek, j^tgjjiSjyiojioj^S. 1 

a. oo^taotcS^§j|i. 

Greed'i-ness, n. ravenousness, voracity. See 

Greed'y» ^. haying a keen appetite, vora- 
cious, ravenous, coiod(fi^od80^8{p, (fi^ 
co^5^oD8t, (fi^coobtoicoobsax, (S^sj^ifi^ 
001; eager to obtain, grasping, 8^|^od 


Greek, n. the language of Greece, 91^ j^iSoo 

Green, a. in color, verdant, odI; fresh, 

vigorous, 0803^,0003^5 ; immature in 
age or experience, as, a green hand, 
yioo^ jSoaS. , n. green color, »^^ 

oDlbSoD6^bc6SdS9do88; a grassy plat, cS^ 


Green'-ey^d, n. ^5^1. 

Green'-house, n. oS^olooT, 65^ooi</ioSo3^o2^ 

c8i(j38c8ioo^Od^^odc8ooiod ^iSo880o od 00) c8 

Green^ish, a. (P^^oo1oob8^8|0o1c6^oooo8oo^8^, 

Green'ness, n. See Gbeek, a. 
Greens, n. pi. 00^8800^00^. 
Green^-sick^ness, n. SS^^oooo^oqnooooo^Sooiod 

Green'-sward, n. (d^8^o88|So6^88oo6^oow1. 
Green'-wood, n. oj^odoooo^So 
Greet, v. t. to salute, hail, accost, ood3i8^ 

Gre-g&'ri-ous, a. ^^A^^^%^^A^%%a^i 

Gre-ga'ri-oiis-ness, n. See Gbegabious. 
Gre-nade', n. oo^foobiooooo^SwioooosS^Soo^ 


Gren'a-dier', n. 0288Goioo|^c8oooiooi(paji|^a^ 

Grey, d. See Gbay. 

Grgy'hoimd, n. cg^Siiooooo^. 

Grid'dle, n. oooiio),oooiiooi</iqic6^qoioo^qo 
ooc^Sooi ado6^iG6^S88^b. 

Gride, v. t. to cut, pierce harshly, oo^<^,(j^ 

Grid'i-ron, n. |fa)P«ibcoioo8d5dBoo€p5o88co 
oojScB^oioi, oo^oo^g2^9X9iQOiooc6i. 

Grief (greef), n. pain of mind, sorrow, sad- 
ness, trial, grievance, oo^og^o^ioosa^s, 


Griev'an9e, n. an injury, oo^QiooQpyi(noocg^; 
affliction, trouble, oo^coiadq^8(bG8^oo^o98 

Grieve, t>, i. to sorrow, mourn, 0080^800^,02^ 

ooSoo8c8i. , V. t. to make sorrowful, 

afflict, q8oo8o^8oo^, Qioo8a^8oo^, gxcfi^oiSi 
yioooo8; to hurt the feelings, tryi Qiotf) 


GrieVous, a. causing grief, afflictive, oo^cot 

ft,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, far, l&8tyf§ll, wh^it; thfire, y§il,term; pique; ddne,fdr, 

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8tt^t(bdB^oo^oo8a^t ; distressingi painful, 
0013d v^ifiQi §^00^; hard to bear, ooiodoj^^ 
oD^S8poo(fe, oofoosSgooSrBooSi ; heinous, 
aggravated, 8^8^^S^S,ooio@i80D«o9(Si. 

Griev'oas-ness, n. oppresaiveness, enormity, 
atrocity. See Grievous. 

Griffin, M. oD^oaSSyScSioScoioajSooojjSjQQ^ 
ooojS ; a new comer, (jxcoSSpco^iS^ 

GriU, V. t. to broil, oD^,oo^cS^,t3(fi^^8(S|S. 
Grim, a. frightful, ferocious, fierce, stern, 
grisly, sour, c6i^ic8i^«, cgl^tcbi, ojodoji, 


Gri-maje',, w. a smirk, ooSa)o5«oo8pi odSodoSi 

Gri-mal'kin, w. oopoi<j8ioo«c^Sto6«ooq. 

Grime, w. dirt, foul matter, ooSoD^fl©iooj5c8> 

ooSoooSpoDoji. , V. t. to dirt, sully, 

Qioo^ooioo^dSadcSi, Qi?^^Qioj^89dc8i. See 

Grlm'ness, n. sternness, crabbedness. See 
Gbhi. ^ 

Grin, V. f . oooooSt. 9 n. oo^oooooSt, ooSoo 


Grind, V. t. to pulverize by friction, AS<j5,<j5 
65; to rub in order to sharpen, polish, 
"whet, eg, »15|^; to rub one against an- 
other, 6S<j5c85; to oppress, harrass, 
Qic8^Qif8, Qi^^QiooS, qic8qi^« See o). 
9: 09. 

Grind'stone, n. bsooiSogjOOiSoj. 

Grind'er, n. a double tooth, a molar, ^8, b 


Gripe, v. i. ^icoSjS^toS; to feel the cohc, <*i 

on 65. , V. t. to produce pain in the 

bowels, ^^ cSjS c8^ ooS ooi oi 65 ; to grasp 
with the hand, clutch, §ie)o5oo^, 8^ tao5 
00^ ; to distress, pinch, straiten, qi^sqi 

§|S. , n. ooS §1, ooS 8j5 co5 ; to hug 

closely, 8too6|Soo5,Stoo5obiex>5. 

Gripes, 00^00)00101 65. 

Grisly, a. frightful, horrible, oo^co«8tc8i^i 

c8i<ji,<jj)boo^oo^«, 0000051; grisly bear. 

See Grizzly. 
Grist, n. opcpi^^oooDtQ^oi, ocjoo«oSoiooiytoo65 

Grist'-mill, n. 001^66001 (^i65oo^^ooSoo8^. 
Grls'tle, n. ooS 00 oji tS, ooS g^ od oji ©S. See^ 

Grist'ly, a. oofiosSs gristle, c8f)88 gristle. 
Grit, w. bt,bgoo^j5,ooSc^e. 
Grit'ti-ness, n. ooScS^St grit, ooSo^sooc^. 
Grit'ty, a. sandy, c^tooob5,ooiooQ\oooo8Scoi^co 

Griz'zle, Griz'zled, a. cOoj. See Gray. 
Griz'zly, a. olojoobe; grizzlybear, ooiojoa^t 

Groan, v. i. to sigh, coa^co^^ nd(i^b5b5, oooj 

@5@5. , n. oo^ooo^oagl, ooSoombS 

Groan'ing, n. ooSodo^ooo^. See Groan. 
Groat, n. A^oo55oojco«8o5o8t8t j ^ o cos. 
Gro'jer, n. y\ooioaoflooSc6pooSc6»o3o^ooo25. 
Gr6'5er-y, n. (»c8S6yioo1oDSc8|5ooS(fioo8S. 
Grog, n. oSeooio^eole^bStoo. 
Grog'-shop, n. a groggery, oo1o5iooc8i 
Grog'gy, a. tipsy, ^loStoobsbt. 
Groin, n. <SSoDgi 1,00^118^,(^^001061. 
Groom, n. a hostler, yi cgS od ojj5 00 01 ; a 

bridegroom, oooo«^i85g1. , f>. t. a^ 


Grooms'man, w. best man, yioooiooiodsoiSs 

Groove, n. oo^o3i,ooSocc85osdB.— , v, t. gi 

^SooSooogi. , V. i. c8iooc8S«ecfi,c8i 


Grope, V. t. to search by feeling, feel after, 
0300iS,<^5ooooiS , «iooSaD§SaD§S. 

Gross, a. thick, bulky, large, d3|So2Soooo5,cflS 
5goooo5 ; coarse, rough, ooog)oooogjSoop; 
heinous, atrocious; as, a gross sin, 00I 
oo^tS^ooSoowjSdBS; stupid, dull, oo^oj^oo 
cS^oof 5 vulgar, impure, oooSooooi 00^, 
oooD^oo^5 thfck, dense, G8^o5^o3i,o5ib, 
cfiib; whole, total, ^0015^05; as the gross 

do, wolf; furl, rude, pijsh; e.t\o. silent; 5 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; 5 asgz; n as in linger. 

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weight of a bag of sugar, oSod^qoigB^ 
o^SSsoocoilSStaDob^oo^coioo oo^ zoz 3s cSi oo 

cSioooDiS. 1 n. the main part, ooS 

o&looojS; twelve dozeiii ooooooicgSfioogSj 
"in the gross" ooSooio^iioDi5oo:S«8, 

Gross'noss, n. See Gboss, a. 

Grot, Grot'to, w. ooiS^io5(^i,(S|S8^(»G8<i^to8(i>S. 

Gro-tesqne', a. whimsical, extravagant, oo 

Groimd, n. the surface of the earth, tS^S^es 
8p ; region, territory, land, oacS^oo^i ; 
landed property, an estate, iB^8^oo8i; 
foundation, ooSS^oos; origin, ooS^ooe, od 
6S8^o6t,fl©8^80i^ ; cause, reason, c»o^, 
oaoSooogi, 000S008S ; (pi.) grounds, set- 
tlings, lees, oooSsodODS; to gain ground, 
advance, succeed, Qi|^oo^co^s,^tooig1S; 
to give ground, recede, cjjoacSS; to lose 
ground, retire, retreat, c^iojioocSSo.cSi 

eg. , V. i. to run a ground, c^SdB^, 

c8f c6^. 1 V. t. to lay on the ground, 

o5c6icoii8^8f c8i; to place, settle, found, 
fix, QioiStticxjjfiiooS; to settle in knowl- 
edge, instruct in first principles, «ic8 
ooSojacD ^SonSc8io6Sc8ic6«, 

Ground'-floor, n. tSf 8^contS^8^c8ioo€8. 

Groundless, n. without ground or founda- 
tion, c»8po6iooG8^; without cause or 
reason, oo9^oooS^,Odc8^ooo6^. 

Ground'work, n. 00^ QicS^oo^od 8^008, 00^000^ 

Group, V, t. to arrange in a group or groups, 

o5oj5,o5§^,o5oD^i«8. , w. a cluster, 

a crowd, a throng, ooSoo^,oDSooaDC|i,ooS 
cSfoo^i; a group of trees, op^oooD^S. 

Grouse, n. S^cococ^S^Sixcocoa^. 

Grout, n. coarse meal, cfi^ 00 ^^ 00 oos ; lees, 
dregs, OdoSt. 

Grove, n. yS8ooi^^i,<^^8€B^8tc^ooicDoo«ooS^i, 

Grov'el, v. i. to be prostrltte on the face, lie 
prone on the ground, <^Sc8icDic8^8pc8i, 


glbcoic8p8^c8a; to act a fawning, serv- 
ile part, «iooS^yic8Syac8S,c:^8ti8ooSSo3 


Grow, V. i. to spring from the ground, ^c8^ 
8pc8^ ; to increase in bulk or statore, 
wax, extend, enlarge, 8^c6pc6c6^ ; to 
increase, advance, improve, osOdS^, 8^ 
c8^05lc8^; to become, cfecSjS; to pro- 
ceed, as from a cause, result, (^g6|Scoi 

oo^iPioo^giOdcS. -^ , V. t. to raise, 

cultivate, qi8(fec8^coiooSoj^i^ic8icD«8. 
— Grow together, to close up, bojso^S, 
bojse^ScBSod 0D8 §8 (^ 00^ od oi «8. — Grow 
up, to advance to maturity, 8^dB^o^ 

Growl, V. t. to snarl, murmur, oo^icS^^S^S, 

oD^icjogoi. , n. the growl of a tiger, 

cS^odg8^oo£C3o^i, cS^oDflSp (X) 8|8; — of a 
dog, cSjScgi. 

Growth, n. gradual enlargement in bulk or 
stature, increase, ooS8^<fi^o8c6^, ooS8^ 
cS^odlcfi^. See Gbow. 

Grub, n. o55, oiS,o8odc8i, 8 odc8i,(^5 8100881 • 
, V. t. to dig, root out, fPS^,6^ 

Grudge, v. to be envious or covetous, ootojS 
ooS, oDSoolooS ; to be unwilling to part 

with, 09^00^00^8CO|S, OD8OO0S^OOl9dOOO$S 

ooSoolooloo^,oo^ooSoo^5,o2^ooSc8, cSicSoo^; 
to complain, repine, oo|8oo j^ mS. See 
001. 3: e. , n. ill-will, dislike, ha- 
tred, 0oSoD805,00^008OJp. 

Gra'el, n. «i|,<fi^oD^f g. 

Griiflf, a. surly, severe, harsh, d8|Scici,(»iadco8 

01 C1,Q100 00800^00^8. 

GruflTness, n. ooSd8jScici,ooS«ioooo8cici. See 
Gbupp, a. 

Grum, a. in countenance, ^SoaScSi; in 

sound, low, guttural, d8jScx)onooi,a>oj^ 

Griim'ble, v. i. to murmur, oo^sod^S odS ; to 

a,e,i|6,u,y,long; i>e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, fgll, wh?t; thfere, veil, term j pique; done, fOr 

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roar as the elements, rumWei ooSd8j5o3 
Gra^moiis, a. thick, clotted, oo^oosSsooSooscBS 

Griint, V. i. d8p<iS<jS,dSpg^g^,d8po3S5dB8o©o8«. 
, n. 0DSd8p<j5<j5,0DSd8^gSgS. See v.i. 

Gna'no (gwa'no), n. ooSoo^ooooogS ooi yi «i oi 
dB^c8^8^ooiddooo2|5c8i(j]8c8ioD^od8^, ob^^ 

Guar-an-tee', Guar'an-t6r (gar'an-tdr), n. a 
surety, ^looiodo^^S^odoot. 

Guar'an-ty, v. t. to warrant, make sure, 
0^^8^00008. , n. a security, a war- 

ranty, ooSo^^8^ooS,ooSo5^rBiooS. 

Guard, v. t. to watch, oQ^Se; keep in safety, 
protect, shield, shelter, oiiodS, 8iooS; to 
conduct safely, convoy, escort, cbiijijC^i 

Qji. , n. state of vigilance, watch, 

ooSqS^SsodS ; safe-keeping, protection, 
cjoScS^oi^oo^iS, ooS cSjS o^S g8^ cr^n ; that 
which protects, preserves &c. a shield, 
a defense, ooSooa?o90D5ojiooS, oq^o&sc8S 
ogScSiojiooS, oDSc^gOTJ5oiSG8poj|nojxoDS ; a 
man or body of men keeping guard, 
watch, sentinel, yiQSfoiiooS,(^iG8S8toDS; 
advanced guard, yiStooSooi^oD^; a 
body guard, oiiooiiyi ; life guard, ooi 
oDioooneoSyioooDg; rear guard, yiSiooS 

Guard'ed, a. cautious, circumspect, ooioacgS 

c8lOdS^008, ODlOdOc8^0dODS,ODSo0888039c8l 

Guard'i-an, n. a warden, a protector, oiooi 

Gnard'i-an-ship, n. protection, watch-care, 

ooSoicSioD^ guardian. 
Gua'va, n. oBcood^oj^. 
Gtt'ber-na-to'ri-al, a. ooj5t30«8ioD5oiODpoD^. 
Gud'geon, n. a species of fish, g^oDODojS; a 

credulous person, yioDioo^5^l8i, <^icoic» 

^5o3Su(fe|S^g; an axle, o^^. 

Gufr'don, n. a reward, a recompense, ooop' 
ood),oD^8^oi. Ohs. 

Guess, V. t. to conjecture, surmise, suppose, 
suspect, oooof,ooa5SoooDt,oooD«cg^; to do 
by guess, oo oo« «i odS, go oot «i rgS oo^. 

, V. i. to make a guess or random 

judgment, oDoDiogS, @itog^. , n. a 

conjecture, a surmise, ooSodoo«oo^,oo^od 

Guest, n. a visitor, a lodger, yiooioocboSSoD 

Guest'-chamb-er, n. 9ioo§ioooi8, oiicDij^icbcSS 

Guid'anje, n. direction, government. See 

Guide, V. t. to show the way, q,8^^c^; to 
direct, manage, regulate, cbto^i,«\o2x; 
to conduct, cji ; to give rules of con- 
duct, oo|5aDS(»8,^^c8Qic8cx>S. , n. a 

leader, a conductor, yicoiooq^8^^c^. See 
Guide, v. t. 

Guide'-post, n. o^jSooiyiooifcBiSoo^pc^aaS^. 

Gufld, n. a business fraternity or corpora- 
tion, yioDoocjicoioooDn^c8pojS88&|5gSoDS 
ooj5tjo888o| Sod^odiodSo^o^. 

Guae, n. craft, cunning, deceit, oD^c8,aD^c8oD^ 

Guile'ful, a. crafty, artful, ^J^cSodS, ^g^c^ 


GuUe'less, a. artless, cSod^jiodS, c^oDOf^oDol 


Guil'lo'tine (giHo-teenO, w- co^^oDbioDODojS 

ooicoo^c^Syic85oo8l , v: t. c^c^Syi 

cfiSoDi guillotine. 

Guflt, n. crime, criminality, o5^«ioD«p,<»Soo|5 

Guflt'i-ness, n. See Guilt. 

Guflt'leSS, a. C0100ODSaD»j5oD(38p,ODSb80D8OD^^. 

Guflt'y, a. coi(»ooSoD«p€8^,(x>iooa>Sb80D8(^jS. 
Guin'ea, a. the country, r8^oDoj^oDi(»5gaDic» 
^i(»Si; name of an English gold coin, 


Gum'ea-hen, n. 5SoDODoj5oDid8<i6ooi(fiS Guinea. 

do, WQlf; furl, rude, push ; ei.o. silent; 5 as s; jh as sh? g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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Gui§6, n. mode of behaviori meini appear- 
ance, yioooDcfe5po«,(P02^ooooS ; mode of 
dress» garb, oDSojoo^:fit,oDSoDooiooobcBi 

Gulfi n. an abyss, a deep chasm, oo^@; a 
whirlpool, coa>&88j^aj^c6ScbS ; Geoff^ a 
large bay, 8^o6poaoj^ooc)^idt8^. 

Gull, n. a species of bird, cfi^<x>o9ojSG8^coi 
8^c6poo|a, cfi^cbioloDcoojS ; one easily 
cheated, </iooiod oo^ oJ\(S^S\^m op. 
, V. t. to cheat, trick, defraud, c8 

Gul'let, n. the throat, esophagus, cfiSooS,c8S 

Giilly, n. dS>c^\\ a deep valley, a gulch, oo^, 

Gulp, V. t. to swallow eagerly, c8f @5 @S, 

Gum, n. ^^oc^sooooo^S, oo^ot^e, o^^oc^tixn; the 

flesh that covers the teeth, boj^i. 
Gum'-boil, n. ^^cqx^. 
Gum'-lag, n. o5i. 

Gum'mi-ness, w. viscousness. See Gummt, a. 
Gum'my, a. viscous, adhesive, cS^Sio^^o^s, 

Gump, n. a dolt, a dunce, yiooQit,yioo88i8,yi 

Giin, n. a cannon, t^S, a musket, oSifS,og. 
Giin'-bar'rel, n. rigo^oS. 
Gun'-boSt, n. ^S^. 
Gun'^ar'riage, n. ^So^. 
Giin'-lock, n. c^oooi. 
Giin'ner, n. 9x^68. 
Gfin'ner-y, n. ooSojooSoo^,»f taosSeoe^S. 
Gun'ning, w. oo^ojioiodS8«o^ 
Gun'ny-bag, n. (East Indian,) coi^^. 
Gun'pow-der, n. ^,0^05^. 
Gun-shot, n.— of a cannon, 8i|ao5o8t^Soo^^t 

b;— of a musket, 8i|iGbo8t886^coj5^8b; 

— oo^icSSoairigoofb. 
Gun'-smith, n. jiooSSogjjioDioogSg^Qirig. 
Gun'-stock, n. c^o5^. 
Giln'wale (gun'nel), n. ood9ad8^|. 

Gdr'gle, v. i. o3oo5ce{5d8^@5@5,c8iceidB^^^, 

Gush, n. V. X to flow copiously, ooSo6oo§o8^, 

§icfi^. See h%. cj^o: jo. , n. ooS^tdB^, 

Gus'set, n. ooSoSg^SSoaioootcb^cfi^oDS. 
Giist, n. a blast of wind, oDoStGjjoDS, coc5x8| 

oo<g|5ooS; rehsh, taste, ooScBjSooojSoosoi^ 

Gus'to, n. relish, zest, oaScS^S^, oDS(fi^«ea> 

bioioocbS \ nice appreciation or enjoy- 
ment, oo^d^^38,od^^SQ8. 
Giisf y a. stormy, tempestuous, c»o5icbG|oo8, 

CO ^ ta088to3c5io|oo^So9^Soo^o9c8^c8^ ooc^ 

Gut, w. bowel, intestine, oD^oayS. ^ v. t. to 

eviscerate, disembowel, ot^icSjScgBaDSyS; 

to plunder or strip of contents, oc^k^^ 

Gut'ta-per'cha, n. oj^ 00 ot^t od od coS cSi o5 

caoutchouc, which See. 
Giit'ta se-re'na, n. oD^bSd^^oDoocjS. See also 

Gufter, w. c&^ic8iod(^x. 

Guftur-al, a. pertaining to the throat, ooSiot 
SicBSogS ; pronounced from the throat, 

Gay, w. ^aooiyitie3oSooSeoio3oioiSo8«yio^oo8 

cfiScSioio, yioSiic8ic8i9i9\5oS80oo20308 

Guz'zle, V. X. to drink greedily, (fioD^oxS^cSS 

ooc8Sc8^,cgSc8iooSoo1 00). 
Gym-nas'i-um, n. ooc8S^yi«ac8oDSooj5co888aj8 

dS^oo oocS^ o\8{^c8^oo|o»8^oo A^ odoolo 
Gym-nas'tic, a. oo^e30888tfxc8cx^8c6^oooo(BStfi 

Gyp'sum, n. ooiSo1oDcx)025ooc>28C2ib,c8ioScDT 


Gy'rate, v. i. to revolve around a central 

point, cbiooi[8oo^. 
Gy-ra'tion, w. 00^03^80^^,00^05^800 008. 
Gyve, n. a fetter, ^ico8coitit3oSyi^^i8^oo8^. 

M,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, l4st,fftll, wh»t; thSre, veil,term; pique; d6ne,fdr, 

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Ha, int. (oo^, denotes surprise, ci^. — Ha 

equals, What did you say? i8? 
Ha'be-a8-C56r'pu8, n. o8^ooo55oooD^con(»qtafl 

HaVer-daBh'er, n. yiooiooSSoDiaaaDcSoSoDp, 

Ha-ber'ge-on, n. oD«B8C308ooic»«iODioDt^yS8i 

Ha-bU'i-ment, w. a garment, clothing, dress, 
oo^ ojooS o88,a>SoooDi cx)65. 

Hab'it, n. garb, attire, ooSojooSoSa; common 
practice, mode, custom, use, o^ojScd 
coS; disposition or state acquired by 
constant practice, ^gSoo^,ooc^fl©o^S, 

GOogioocQS. , V. t. to dress, clothe, 

array, ojdB^oSgdB^jOooJicocboS^. 

Hab'it^a-ble, a. ooMfxai^Szo^^ as, a habitable 
place, ooc8^^yic3^c88bc^. 

Hib'i-tant, n. an inhabitant, a dweller, ^x 
cSSoDioocSh^oSi^i ; an inhabitant of a 

city, a citizen, yioSS; of a country, 

denizen, a resident, rSSS. 

Hab'i-tat, n. Nat. Hist. o?f 8op8oSoi,8of 8r8S8 

Hab'i-ti'tion, n. the act of dwelling, oo^oS^; 
a residence, a dwelling, coScB^ooSSzoo 

Ha-bifu-al, a. acquired by practice, accus- 
tomed, cDioawi^gSooS; customary, usu- 
al, common, oo^co8S8ooo2^oood^. 

Ha-bit'u-ate, v. t. to accustom, familiarize, 

Ha-bit^u-ate, a. ^gSooS, 
Hab'i-tude, n. habit, ooS^gS ; custom, com- 
' men use, odo^^oooo^. 


Hack, n. a horse kept for hire, ooc^pooioooo 
•SoScSiooiyioocloSiooSS, ooooSoo^ooi ooa> 
QiooSSoiiSgicficSooSS ; a carriage kept 
for hire, oj^aooopoDiooaDtSoSc6ioDiyio9 
c)(8\ od 8^ ; a common prostitute, ob o^ 

^^. , V. t. ojS^(»iooc8<^|fooc8,b5,88 


Hack'er-y, (East Indian), n. cj^cooo^odooo^ 


Hack'le, (as flax,) v. t. to hatchel, godsjpoD^S 

Hack'ney, a. coio&oSc[8c1cSibo&8S; hackney 
coach, 05^coiyio5(Si0C)icx)([8c1c6ibc»8S* 

Hack'ney^d, a. used much and in common, 
ooiyiSS^Sojb; thoroughly acquainted 
with, ooiyi^cdiSo^^^o^^o^^c^c^8. 

Had'dock, w. g^oooDogS. 

Ha'des, n. the Grave, <2nioocBS,yio58pc»c8S. 
Haft, n. handle, hilt, ooc8^, ^o3bic»c8S. , 

V. t. Ql|^OO^Odc8^,c8G8^00^0dc8^. 

Hag, n. a fury, a witch, a sorceress, 91^^^^ 

Hag'gard, a. b5oDooi^ooo5i,aD8<^^o38(g,oo^oo^8. 
Hag'gess, n. ooSc^^ajjc88Q^aggSb8jooy5^i. 

Hag'gle, V. t. to mangle by hacking, bSsjoSi 

bSsfjijS, c^ajoSxdJaj^jS, 88»o8iio5. > 

V. i. to be difficult in bargaining, chaf- 
fer, higgle, c8SoDSa>lo3Sa&9n^cB. 

Ha-gi-og'ra-pher, n. 91001 adc^8ci3Soo|5oDg88yi8 
aJoooS; a sacred writer, 9ic^8c5S8iiJoooi. 

Hail, n. oj^; hailstone, ojjSoatjji^. , v. i. 

0£J5c8i. , V. t. to call at some dis 

tance, accost, c88yicfi^ odi 00^ o5i od ^8 « 
, int. oDcSiS^yi. 

Hair, n. of the body, «{p; of an ani- 
mal, oo8j^; of the head, S^oj. 

po, wglf; furl, rade, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as sh; g as j; gM inget; s as z; x asgz; n as in linger 

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Hair'-brained, n. See Habe-bbaiked. 

Hair'-breadth, n. ^^ ^ 081 8^ o£ od ^; a hair- 
breadth escape, cS^oic^S^ojS 00088100^1 

Hair'-cloth, n. ooSo5«Q5oDio500jSooSocnb Ss oo^ 

HauZ-comb, n. oD^g8^. 

Hair'-pow'der, n. ooSod^^odi yi jj ooi 00 8|S og c» 

Hair'^ness, n. See Haiby. 
Hftir'y, a. consisting of hair, cS^ 8g 05 aj^ ; a 
bounding with hair, hirsute, shaggy, 


Hal'berd (hol'berd), n. cSooodo^S. 
Hal'berd-ier' (horberd-eer'), n. ojtScDioaSS 

Har9y-on, n. cB^S^ooooo^S. , a. calm, 

quiet> peaceful, ^^^S.OD^odcS^oo^. 
Hale, a. sound, healthy, robust, cS^aj^wicfe, 

Half, n. <x>8,ooojS, ooo5d«8 ; more than half. 

Half-blood, n. (^\cot2}% yiooiosSSooo^cDooajS 

Half -cast, n. an Eurasian, ifxcot2^9. 

Half -moon, n. (xA9^o%. 

Half -pen-ny, n. cSSooof cof eof . 

Half -pike, n. cS^^cBS. 

Half-way, adv. & a. o«8c^; I will meet them 
half-way, ododoooiSSiooi c^oeS; half- 
way house, cSpoS^ooic^esS. 

Half-wit'ted, a. silly, foolish, oosooooe, odsoo 

Hall, n. a large room, oi«o«8^o«c6S; a court- 
house, o5|Sooi(^i&^^^8ooooSoDiQo^i,^. 

Harie-lii'jah, int. (oojodojodi) ooSoocfiiooc8o5i 

Hal'liard (haryard), n. aDc8(»^iooio(^ec6^a^8 

Hal-loo', V. i. to cry out or exclaim with a 
loud voice, cfisooj. , int. 09. 

Hal'low, V. t. to consecrate, set apart for 

sacred purposes, oSSsjooSoonogiooSS; to 
reverence, revere, cgi<j8^cgi. 
HaUd'9i-na'tion, n. an illusion of the senses 
or of the mind, oo»o6^ooSaDc8ooc8o9ioot 

Ha'lo, w.— of the sun or moon, (^S) oiicdod<, 

(col) O1100O08. 

Halt, V. i. to stop, hold up, cB^coS^fS^Sm 
c8S; to limp, c6iooc^SoDc^S,cbi©cfeS©(feS; 

to hesitate, ojSoaoot. , v.t. to cause 

to stop, t^tS^codiS. , n. a stop in 

marching, coSS^coSS^col^S^Sco^. 

Halt'er, n. a rope attached to a horse's head, 
^iooc8cDi^i©itx>5oDoj|S,aoojj5o3^i; a rope 
for hanging a man, ^i^i^oSyi. 

Halve (hav), v. t. to cut into halves, ^laioo^ 

008,00028,0008, oaC^^O800^O80:)891^, QlO^^ 

Ham, n. the bend under the knee, 8^oo«i^ 
ooS ; the thigh of a hog salted and 
smoked, c88 03^c^^S^8oic8uobcoiofg|S8p. 
See Gammon. 

Ham'-string, n. 8jSootiSoDS(»c3g|5. , v. t. 


Ham'let, n. a small village, oo83. 

Ham'mer, n. cq^ ; of wood, ^^8888 ; of iron, 
^p8888cos ; hammer of a gun-lock, 8^ 

o^ aa 8S. , V. t. to beat with a 

hammer, forge, 3o9^odic^, 800^001^^88 
88,^1 c8ioD^,85ooS. 

Ham'mock, n. ^5c8S5. 

Ham'per, n. «oo88^oocoo25o9b88oS8cjjif 8a8. 

, V. t. to entangle, insnare, oiooS 

oo5oD^,oo^eD5ooS • 

Hand, n. the palm with the fingers, f.fooS; 
a measure of 4 inches, ^^^cgSq; the right 
hand, ^^; Fig. a place of honor or 
power, 0008^08^88000010381, (38^88(p8ad 
od8i; the left hand, ^ej5; a form of hand- 
writing, jc^8ooS ; ability, skill, dexteri- 
ty? ooS^oD9^SfoDa|5,ooSojpooj5ojfoja>^tx>8 
c»t; to learn to write a good hand, 
c^8c8j. , V. t. to give with the hand, 

Mj^>o,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, f^U, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; dune, fOr 

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cojScSicoi^", to lead by the hand to some 
place, lead, guide, 65tyiad^8tc6ia9icSia2 

to(SSco(lLi£L. —Hand down, ogpdSi; 

from generation, to generation, to tran- 
smit, o5c8io6So3Soo8i cx>^ 00 8i. —Hand 
over, to give up, oo^cSiojiajc^ioioog^i; 

a servant, o»©oo(^i. At hand, near in 

place, c8jSo2toDo5s,^^^o9o^; near in time, 
o^tS^c6j0^ooioocoS^oj%Sp ; as, death is 
near at hand, ogsStoDoS;— Hand in hand, 
conjointly, unitedly, o^S. —Hands oflF, 
keep off, forbear, o5oDd3S,«io30i.— Hand 
to hand, as, to fight hand to hand, t^too^ 
cj^scSSodoot. —Hand to mouth, precari- 
ously, as, to live from hand to mouth, 
^oa^^^ooSooQioiStcSpogSb. —In hand, be- 
forehand, cS^oStii; in preparation; as, 
a work in hand, ooSqicoioowios.— Off 
hand, or out of hand, without delay or 
difficulty, ooc8c8. — To be hand in glove, 
to be intimate and familiar, c8pooac8^ 
oocBi. — To come to hand, to be received, 
^5cd|5o5.— To have a hand in, to have 
an agency in, qiodcBi. —To have one's 
hands full, oJi «i c8^ oo)« —To lend a 
hand, to help, assist, qxbix. —To lift 
hand against,* to use violence against, 
dBi^^cS^.— To lay hands on, to seize, 8^ 
^^.— To set the hand to, to undertake, 
etc8^, «ac8|Sd8ooS, gSwidSooS. —To strike 
hands, to make a contract, odi^c8ic@c8i 
c85oo3dtcoio9^QiOd^i. — To take in hand, 
to attempt, oxngS; to deal with, to dis- 
cipline, correct, oS^tS^ooS. —To wash 
the hands, to profess innocency. See 
«t. jq^: J9. 

Hind'.bar'row, ». ooj58coi</idB^coi»^.. 

Hand'-bas'ket, n. ^S8cpiyi€Sooi(»jc8i. 

Hand'-bcU, n. oic^S. 

Hand'-bill, n. a placard, a poster, c55oc[i8 
cDioocoQicjldB^ooSoDi yi8S^Soo8^. 

Hand'-breadth, n. (n^<fi|5f oStSt^^^^q. 

Hand^-cuff, n. a manacle, ootc^icdSo^S^SS,^^ 

Hand'fal, n. as much as the hand will con- 
tain, oo^cB^^if^loDt; as much as the 
hand will grasp, ooSod§i. 

Hand'i-craft, n. manual occupation, hand- 
craft, trade, ooS^ojS^co. 

Hand'ker-chief, n. 0^^^118,00^8. 

Handle, v. t. to feel with the hand, touch, 
oDiSooS GDI 00 ^, 8^ ooi ^, c5t 001 1 ; to use 
with the hand, wield, qicdii^; to treat, 
discourse on, discuss, i^obioo^ooo^Odo^i 
oooioD^ooQi,ooQioo|SooQi; to treat in man- 
agement, manipulate, manage, qioo^S 
o&iS|i ; to handle lightly^ c68a)8o98,oSt 

oo8co. , n* of a tool, oocBS; 

of a utensil, (gos,^ 658. 

Hand'maid, Hand^maid-en, n. n^^SS^^. 

Hand'miU, n. coi^oS, ooi^cjS, ooi<^io5odS<jSoo^ 

001 Od^. 

Hand^sgw, n. cgsooi^iojioo^ooiodf. 
Hand's6me, a. comely, nice, good-looking, od 


Hand-spike, n. ^^ooom. 

HandVrit-ing, n. chirography, fr^,fc8^. 

HandWork, n. oo^ooiOdQibooi3df,oo^oo^c8S. 

Hand'y, a. ready, dextrous, skilUul, cx>ic»5« 
ooS8|SooS«iooSoD^; convenient for use, 
near, ooiooo^dS^ocHQS^ooo^iSGS^o^Qt. 

Hang, V. i. to be suspended, dangle, cSi^i, 
cS^o^cSiibioooot; to bend over or down- 
ward, c8ikiaD8«':8i ; to hang upon, de- 
pend, oo|ic8jSoooD80Dioo^(Pxoo^^i; to lin- 
ger, cB^oio^oo^; to be suspended by the 
neck, 0ic8ibiooSooioocS5.— :Hang down, 
to depend, c8iajjt,c8io5pc8iajj«,c8i^t; as 
a branch loaded with fruit, cSiooc^S. 
— Hang on, kojscoS, 8^co5,o58ioS,j^SeoS. 
—Hangover, c8ikiooiooSo588jSa>8,d3ioDi 
cDioo^Od88^; to impend, threaten, oj^sSs 

OOODOIOO 008, rSs Q8 00 Ql 00 O08 S O&lS ^1. 

Hang together, to remain united, ^0^8 
wSoo^itfi. , V. is to suspend, iic8i, 

^, W9if ; furl, rjide, push; e.i.o. silentj 5 as s; ^h as sh; g as j; g as in get; g a s z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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ajjic8a,ajjidB^ ; to put to death by hang- 
ingy executei •i^o5.— Hang out, o^scS^ 
00^0018008, ajj8c8iooSSoo<j|pboo8S ; as, to 
hang out a flag, c^scgloS^oocs^.— Hang 
up, oji^dB^. — Hang about, to keep near, 

Hang'er, n. ^•ooo3ojSoDi<^iajjtc8iiibooioa<J8^ 

Hang'er-on, n. a dependent, oo<^c»^i, 

Hang^ing, n. a putting to death by hanging, 

Hang'ings, n. coSo^cSi^xtAcoxS^crA. 

Hang^man, n. a public executioner, yiooiooS 
c8ia>|Sc8iooi 00 CO ©1 ^oSyioooi, 

H&ng'nail, n. t^o|S8^o6«d^^^G8^ooa)8. 

Hank, n. oj^^^. 

Hank'er, v. t. to long after, desire vehement- 
ly, coi|^cS^o:>^(x>4iQif8f8ooobS, S^^^oooos 
<x>i ooSoa6ioi8|5 8^0x65 . 

Hap, n. chance, fortune, fate, lot, od^qio^oo 


Hap'-haz'ard, n. chance, accident, oo^tcgt«ogt. 
See Hap. 

Hap'less, a. luckless, unfortunate, unhappy, 
oo^eDtSsoo^ ^SoacS^.oo^eDsSioo^obooooi. 

Hap'ly, adv. by chance, by accident, oo^ooois 
8iQiooo>8S(»iSgx ; as, I went a road in- 
fested by robbers, but haply I did not 
meet them, (Xx^iooica^ScS^^a^c^^aDp 

00^0091800|S0dt3S8O30000^ OD Ol^ 98 (Si 00^) 

perhaps, co^di8a30ojS9T8,oD^o300^. 

Hap'pen, v. i. to come by chance, fall out, 
00^00^^100^^x0100038, 910^00008; as, a 
chance happened to us, o^oo^oo^yic8| 
9^oo^c8i. 0^1. G: t. to occur, take place, 

Hap'pi-ness, n. felicity, blessedness, bliss, oo^ 
f ^^^S,oo^ ^^(x>^oooo8,oD^ ^Soo^oii. 

Hap'py, a. enjoying felicity, delighted, oo^S 
ooon; be happy, oS^^Sc8^^^,c8^c8^c8|S 
^, oS^^^SdSpoix, d3^8802^<^oo8^, g8^^S, 
producing felicity, blessed, prosperous, 

00^ID888O9^(^8g8^g6^OD^^SoD^ ^^, 00^ t^ g8^ ' 

o8|5oo^o2P^a>8^, oo^q^icS^cS^oo^^SoD^oix; 
most apt, suitable, conduciye to, pro- 
pitious, favorable, OD^oxQ8,oo^od9itoxot, 

Ha-rangue' (-rang')> v. i. to declaim, ooG8x<]ip 
c8^ooSoo9 Wo^iiSxcSi 001 (^xoo^x^ ooo^ad^ 
q1So5i5^x. , «. declamation, rant- 
ing, oo^oocSi(g1dB^oo^(»xo>^2x(dx(dioDYyi 

Har'ass, v. t. to weary, tease, vex, trouble, 
molest, QxooSa)Syx,guDSG68ooSyxoxoooo^ 

Har'bin-ger, n. a forerunner, a precursor, ^x 
toSooSooi^ ; one who gives notice of 
an other's arrival, yxooi Odcfi80D^ ^^^ 

Har'bor, n. a place of refuge, a shelter, an 
asylum, ooScS^oooio^cSS, ooS^x^80oc8S; a 
port for ships, a haven, ooc6oo|. 

HarTbor, v. i. to take refuge, or shelter, cS^ 
oooi^oSx^gx, c8jScDiooc8^^o9^x^b88oo^9Sx 
oo^^x. , V. t. to receive and enter- 
tain, shelter, o;^^c6Sbooiaao5^x; to pro- 
tect, keep safe, oSoo^SoSsoocS^oo^ooSS, 

Har'bor-mas'ter, n, a3c8oo|9d8^. 

Hard, a. not soft, fifm, solid, (fix; callous, in- 
durated, 00I; difficult, not easy, labori- 
ous, arduous, c8,^; rough, harsh, 8{^,«5, 
cboo^j hard-hearted, cruel, unfeeling, 
008c8x,oD8r8; tight, as a knot, tSs; strin- 
gent, strict, 8{^, o58) hard to deal with, 
rigorous, severe, oScBoaoot,o5cBxc»oo8. 

^ adv. laboriously, r8c^,ii, cfiScB^, 

8x8x. —Hard by, oj»8 oo cis, ogt o o58 8x.— 
Hard up, rBQ8,Ofj^oDOo^«xooo9. 

Hard'en, v. i. to become hard, cBxc8^,c8fo1, 
sodBjS; to become unfeeling, ootcfiicS^, 
oj^oo^ooscSxoocB^ooix ; to become inur- 
ed, able to bear, ^g^o;^^oo^f8Soo^8x, ^ 

§So5^Soo^rBooSi,r8i^g^ 0^008. , v. t. 

to make hard, indurate, «xcBgx^c8|^^,q^8 
oSj5c8^oo^c8oo^^,gx(fixG8^oo^ ; to harden 

M,i|6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cSre, far, l&8t,f§Il, what; thSre, veil,tgrm; pique; d6ne,fdr 

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by drying, Qie)o«ico5,#JOc6|5oDi,«ieoc6^; 
to make unfeeling, QirBidSjSc^iOdoos; to 
make one's self unfeeling, QicSicS^o^od 
09t; to inure, «i^gSooo3«88ooScBSooS8i, 
Hard'encd, p. a. inveterately vicious, ob- 
durate, callous, insensible, oD8ooioo«cBt 

02ld8^c6lO08rB««, 80D^^00Sc8«8, 0£^OdSo38 

Hard'i-hood, n. audacity, intrepidity, ef- 
frontery, impudence, ooSco8^, ooS^Sajsoo 

(fi^,OO^C2^c8^00^00c8^, OD^^100g8|S, 00^£00 

Hard'i-ness, n. boldness, firmness, assurance. 
See Habdy. 

Hardly, adv. with difficulty, r8r8,ii; scarce- 
ly; as, I hardly saw any person, cx>c6^ 
yijicBSSi ; not quite ^ as, when I got 
home it was hardly dark, opioDopiopi 


Hard'-mouthed, n. s>^c8i ; as, that is a hard- 
mouthed horse, cooD^ooq^^Odd|Sc8iQ8,oD 

Hard'ness, n. solidity, impenterability, harsh- 
ness, obduracy. See Habd. a. 

Hard'ship, w. hard toil or suffering, oo5^80dS 
§^,ooSc8Soo^8i,ooSr8ooS^; oppression, in- 
jury, OO^QIQ^^QlSs. 

Hard'-tlmes, w. scarcity, ooS?)58cx>SooSod©l, 

Hard'w&re, w. ooScoloD^gioaoDc^SoDogScoioooS 

flard'y, a. bold, brave, daring, resolute, £oo. 
ogS,oofi8^88ag^^ioo8^8CD^; strong to en- 
dure, tough, OdA^si2^oc)lsi2|S,c8|S9ij|^Qi(^, 

Hire, n. ob, cj8o58. 

Hare'-braincd, a. wild, giddy, heedless, oocSjS 

c8^dBp,GOioo8^|Soooo1 |^obad8|5|Soo^. 

H^re'lip, n. obQd^S,^S(2|io6io800ioo88^o38Sob 

Ha'rem, n. oo^Jloo^Q8pb(»c8S. 

Har'ier, n. og^ooaoo25coi(»^gScjtob,og^8ib. 

See Habbieb. \ 

Hark, int. od^^; listen, list, 803^^. 
Har'le-quin, n. a buffoon, a clown, jicoio^gS 

g^vif lOD^o^cboo^SooiS^icoi \^ g8^ §8 00 

ooSojooSo88^io5So5ng. , t?. i. «i|ioo^ 

(»^^(/iS harlequin 00088. 
Har'lot, n. a whore, a prostitute, a strumpet, 

Harm, v. t. to hurt, injure, tfi8o1(^ioi,gi(x>88i 

yioiooc§S,«iooi«id8yi, , n, mischief, 

evil, damage. See Habm, v. t. 
Harm'fvil, a. injurious, coioo«iQolya,ooioa«i(»i 


Harm'less, a. innocent, innocuous, inoffen- 
sive, oDiooQiooiooSooojjODioowianoo^ooap, 

Har-mon'ic, a. odo(2S88c8S,odoj^c4«8^c8ioc85. 

Har-mon'ics, n. oo^dS^coiQ©cj^c8588c8588%S^S. 

Har-mo'ni-oiis, a. adapted to each other, 
symmetrical, cj^c8588c8S, ooScB S c» 008 ; 
consonant, symphonious, d8poj^c8588c8S, 
friendly, €8^880DSdbpc8Sc^c8Sc2c8588c8S 


Har'mo-nist, w. a musician, a composer, c^i 
0Di9do^i^i8 (music) §09cj^c8S88c8S88d8^ 
^Soooi, 9icoic»|ioiS^^oi^ harmony c»ojS 
Odo^^Od^ooo^i ; one who harmonizes 
corresponding passages, yioDiooc^ioji 

OO^OOcBlOOl 009^ ad8^CD^Q08c8S9d 03888 ^ (g1 

cS^booi oooj^c8S88c8SoooD8So&i§ gl. 
Har'mo-nize, v. i. to accord, cj^c8588c85c8to 
c8Sc8Sod038; to be friendly, cSjSoj^oS^Ss; 
to agree in sound, dS|Soj^c8S38c8S, do^b 
ojic48888. , V. t. «iojjc8588c85, ^tA^ 

Har'mo-ny, n. concord, ooSc^ooS88, ooSoo^cSS 
88§; a writing in which corresponding 
events are harmonized, o55odic»^^c^ooS 

Od 9^0dC^lCD^0D8c859dCX)8OJ^c8S88c8S00 038 S 

QdiSgaooc9J5; to be in harmony, c8^88oo^ 
Har'ness, n. military accoutrements, o^t^ts^ 

pOjWplf; furl, r ade, push; e.i.o^ silent; 5 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; x asgz; n as in linger 

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ODSoDOoioDobjOa^oDbi; the furniture of a 
draught animal, ooSSioo^; theheddles of 
a loom, ^. , V, t. to equip with mil- 
itary accoutrements, ojcS^c^gdB^ojsSoo 
ooSaoooioocb,c»|oobiooo^ ; to harness a 
pony, SiodScS^ooc^^. 

Harp, w, oo^V, a Jew's-harp, ©ixji,oc«oi,ooyoi. 

, V. i. ooo^S; to play a Jew's-harp, 

0jjcx)ooi.— Harp upon, ojjjSc8^«J5io8^ooSoo 

Harp'er, n. a harpist, c^igoo^SS. 

Har-poon', n. oo^5,oo«cg. See also Geains. 
, V. t. c6i8toD§S. 

Harp'si-chdrd, n. oo^ScSoj^SooooojS. 

Har'py, n. a fabulous, winged monster, ooS 
ODoiooiG^^cSioSSS^p Stoats c8i oScfif 00 
oojS,yi&^cbiooo5oDi ^8i CO ^8 8i 00 c8 00 c6 ; 
a plunderer, an extortioner, yiooioac^S 

Har'que-biiss, n. oQoooDojSoDiyicDi^iiojb. 

Har'ri-dan, n. o6ob^^o3ioaySt«^«(^iooogSojiooii 

Har'row, n. coc^S,@S. , v. t. to break the 

ground with a harrow, «ic8i^jSi^p8^ 
coi@S,«ioD8c8f8^88@S; to fill with an- 
guish, harrass, torment^ q^8O2JSa^80O8Q^t 

Harsh, a. rough to the touch, grating, o^t,@ 
oo^; rough to the taste, tart, bitter, ac- 
rid, o^8oo^c85^i; rough to the ear, cboo 
c^i, co^b8, o5Sf ^; discordant, dissonant, 
00 ojS ^8 ; vituperative, ooo^So^o^SodcoS ; 
rough in speech or manners, blunt, ooi 
9dQi(POD8ooo:2)|iooc^S,QiOdooia)^aoc^8, viod 
00100^00^800^00^; austere, severe, ooioa 

Harsh'ly, adv. 8jj5ooob,j§|S«8. 

Hai shyness, w. acrimony, roughness, asperi- 
ty, severity. See Habsh. 

Harslet, n. cfi8Q^ooiooooioi^i,Sol8ooSooo88,aa 

Hart, n. a stag, ooio^Scn. 

Hartslidrn, n. ooio^^ol c» ^n ; spirits of 

hartshorn, oooo^o6^i8b8^oooDGj5opiyi»i 

Har'vest. n. the season of reaping, oiop©l,ojj8 
o^ol; grain gathered in, ooSwi^Sojbioii 
^i|\; product of labour, gain, ooSj^Saj||8 

Har'vest-home, n. ooS«i^8ga^oDi«ioo6ioool, 

Hash, V. t. c)J^a^8,o5Sc^8,^c^8. , w. ooS 

<^5c^8SS2)o1 o^SooS gjSooi ooS ^looS gi . 

Has'ty,.a. quick, speedy, IJJo^Soooi; eager, 
001000088^^; irritable, precipitate, ^aS 
oo8c8^^ \ momentary; as, I got a hasty 

view, oooofooSoojg^oo^S, oo^Sod^S. 

speech, odcSiooS^^, oocSx. jg: jo. co88p 

Has'let, n. See Harslet. 

Hasp, w. a spindle to wind thread &c. on, 

co8^|S; a clasp for a staple, ^oijjscoSoo^. 

, V. t. ajj8oo5ooS88||Soj8. 

Has'sock, n. a cushion, r8^8*8o»c8poocDoj5 



Haste, Hast'en, v. i. to endeavour to be 

speedy, «io§Soooa, «i^^. , v. t. to 

urge forward, expedite, hurry, qtgioo^ 
oD6p, ci8«ig^. -^ , n. quickness of ac- 
tion, speed, celerity, dispatch, coS qi oo 
038^0308, 00^^0308; suddeu passion, pre- 
cipitance, vehemence, oc88jSo8^^ooo8, 
O08o8^^; to go with haste, cbiaD^oo^,c6i 

Has'ti-ly, adv. 5|^>o^Soooi; Why do you go 
so hastily? oopǤi^(^ioco803cglo^Soooi 
c6|S; my vife will be looking for me, oo 
glooogS cx)SoDc^oo jS<28. 

Has'ty-pud'ding, n. cB^oDODogScOiyiwicfedBf cOi 


Hat, n. a covering for the head of different 
kinds, 8So^5,8^aj588o2. 

Hat'-box, n. 8^o:j5o»oi. 

Hatch, V. t. to produce young from eggs, in- 
cubate, ocjd8 c8|5 00^ 00 0^ ; to contrive, 
plan, plot, oDi|SfB|5,oj^d8^8c8i. , n. 

^,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,T,6,u,y, short; cftre, far, last, fftU, what; thfere, veil, term; pique; done, fftr 

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HAU • 263 

a brood of chickens, cfi^8dB8oo|{5,oD8f; 
the cover of an opening in a ship's 
deck, ooc8(»ooSog^^Qo8^coiS. 
Hash'ish, Hash'eesh, n. ooSo^ojsododojSodic^i 
Qi^^cSioDiocSooaDo^SooSsodoD^, yio&jS^S 

Hatch'el, n. o5^oo8oooDoj5coi9igcggoDa5^ooSo© 

ogi. , V. t. goggooajpooSoaojicoi 


Hatch'et, n. cglSoocjoojS. 

Hatch'et-fa9e, n. ^S^SoDaj^oop. 

Hatch'way, n. ooSog^^oDioDc8oo«88j5. 

Hate, V. t. to abhor, detest, cx)sog; loathe, 
oDgcojSooi. , n. hatred, enmity, an- 
imosity, ooSojsc^. 

Hate'ful, a. odious, detestable, loathsome, 
malignant, coioc^poooo,oico^ooSa3toj(Si, 

Hate'fiil-ness, n. See Hateful, 

Ha'tred, n. malevolence, rancor, loathing, 
detestation, ooSoogoOjODSoj^oooosog. 

Hat't^r, n. yioDioo«i(fec8p8^(xj5,yi«a8^a^S8. 

Hangh'ti-ness, w. arrogance, disdain, super- 
cilliousness. See Haughty. 

H§ngh'ty, a. proud, disdainful, contemptu- 
ous, 001 odoSod 0080301 0D1, oDiodoSc8^c8oo 
oDi? imperious, lofty, ooioao5oooD8©8^ 

Haugh'ti-ly, adv. proudly, arrogantly, 88 
oo68^,oD|ioD|^i ; to speak haughtily, co 


Haul, V. t. to drag, cx^. — ^ — , n. co^cx^^m^^ 
to get a good haul of fish, o^sg^^SaO. 

Haum, Haulm (hawm), n. stem, stalk, oc888i, 

Haunch, w. the hip, a>|S8rBS8oooo^q|5oc)^e ; a 
haunch of venison, ooio^^oooo^q^^. 

Haunt, V. t. to frequent, resort to, cbiajoo^oa 
c6S^|5ooc8Sc8^ ooc8Sc8S ; to trouble with 
frequent visits, intrude, o6«ao3SooSooSco 

c8Sc8Sooc8Sc8S; ,a8 a ghost, Soo^ootJoS 

Qibodo88; as, that house is haunted, 65|5 
l^^gSoD^oocoScBSyi* , n. a resort, 


ooc8^oo^QDiooc8io38^^)Oooi ; the haunt 
of an elephant, codBo^cS. 

Haut'boy (ho'boy), n. "^^ ooSooio<J8iooooojSo|b 
OD100Q1 ^8ic88iodooc6^^c8^. 

Hau-teur' (ho-tftr'), w. haughtiness, pride, ooS 

Have, v.t. g8^; as, I have rice, ooccjcS^; to be 
possessed of, own, gB^88; as, I have a 
horse, cDcSfSaoDco^ooq^j oi; as, I have 
a house, oooic5j5oo(gijS; to have a wife, 
(]8^S8g1; to have an opinion, (8008^00^, 
cB^§8ooSdBoo8pSo5iSgi5 to have to do, to 
be obliged to do, 00^ «i ; to have care, 
be careful, oc8So38; to have in hand, (6^ 
c3on^i; to have joy, G8p8802J5jjoD8^; to 
have pain, g8^880oSoojSo(^89o^<3i; to have 
sorrow, g8^S8oj^o^8od«o^8; to have in re- 
gard, esteem, * «to be had in honor,'* wiooi 
010081, j^i. G: jj.— Have away, to have 

out, 66l85,Oj80g5oDS8JloSc011,!^8008dBpCgS, 

See j^i. o^: o. — Have by heart, c8S|Soo8 

8|5. — Have on the head, c8dBpcoi8^; to 

wear, o88cfijS,ojc8^o88dBjS. 
Ha'ven, n. a port for ships, o3c6od|; a place 

of safety, cSS^ScSSoii. 
Ha'vencd, a. q8^coiooc8^^S. 
HaVer-sack, n. coi^oDSe8cx)ioj8885(»ooSc6|5oDS 

c80D1OO^1008^OD|i008^, OO^OOf I 8S 0^80^ 


HaVoc, n. devastation, waste, ooSqi<*88i,ooS 

«ioD8(j^8«ioD88iooS. , V. t. to waste, 

destroy, 010018109^. 

Hawk, V. t. to rake the throat, Ofj8oo^,co5b, 
«x>Sc8^; as, to hawk up phlegm, toSc8^ 
cr:oD8; to peddle goods, c08ocflooS 0006^00^ 

ooo5^ooo5poo^ooo5^. , n. the bird, 

o55 ; as, the hawk caught one of my 

chickens, oSS^i^^oooSSooo^^. , v. i. 

to practice falconry, 8jS|Scfi^oirf6iooi 

Hawk'er, n. a peddler, 9ioDi(»(^ioo8colao^oo 

do, wglf; furl, r^de, p^sh; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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Hawk'eyed, a. ^Scjo^oo^oSi, ^cosoi, giodoDsS 

Hgws'er, n. ^^ooooifl©^i,ooc8^io«8f . 

Hay, n. oouSeOj^jSeooDic^iwioSbcoiooco^SrBSS 

Hay'-cock, n. ^^oo,oooS«)ooo^jS. 

Hay'-loft, n. 8i8f^yioS^feo,oD6SoooDioDaj|S8« 

Hay'-mak'er, w, yioDioo«i^^e)OoooSeo. 

Hay'-mow, n. ^pe)Ooo6S«)ooDi<^io5§pG8ico^pooi 
oo^oQci8^a)8i c6^ od88^. 

HaZ-rick, HaZ-stack, n. ^p»ooo^^os8jSo8c6cx)i 

Haz'ardy n. uncertaintyy chance, oo^oD838od 
c8S , oSoooooiS c6p 5 c6|S oo <jjl 08 co{5 ; peril, 
risk, jeopardy, ooSoDiooq8aic6^ooSooic»^ 
ooj5. , V. U to risk, jeopardize, en- 
danger, «iooScoicO|SdBjSo5cSSQ3^, o)^ 00^ 

Haz'ard-ous, a. perilous, risky, venturesome, 
uncertain, ooiooD838oo^odc8^G8|S, oo^d8^ 

Haze, n. fog, 9^^; dry vapor, crflooogt, 

Ha^zel, a. Si^o;. 

Ha'zy, a. foggy, c8p8f haze, 08^813)^ ; to be 
hazy, 3)^c8ioooo888<jjlbooo\oo^. 

He, pron. mas. 00b, oobo^, yi; either gender, 
^1. See o9c8i. o^: jo; a male; as, a he- 
elephant, codBo)* 

Head, n. the top of the body, 8^, 8^oo^o5; 
chief, yiOd3^od8|S,»c8i,ado8^; the front 
part, bSgloDS; the place of honor, c8S 
cSoDojS ; the place of command, oicx>^ 
OD^oadBS ; opposition, oo^cSc^^dBo), ooS@ 
00^; a division of a book, a chapter, a 
section, o6Sod8^; understanding, 00^ 
ojjSooSco8; own will, (»ooSojjpo|5b; crisis, 
height, oo^S^o^S, 9dooiOd03<^oDioo^ooco^ 

cbojib; the head of a sore, 0008^8^; 

of a cask, ©^oDi(»ogf ^c8foo8; of corn, 

opii; of hair, S^oj; of an instru- 
ment, oooD|i; of a river, o65; of 

a table, •^ad8^,e^ooScdiyid3^88ooooio9 

264 HEA 

Si^gSso^^ib; of a vessel, oDc8oo8f <» 

8. , V. t. to lead, cbiojiyi; to direct, 

c^8^; to oppose, check, restrain, @?do5; 
to go to the front of, c6idJoDic»b5gil,c6i 
@80DoiSoo8^; to furnish with a head, c8 
cfi^o»8^,«nSc»8^; to top, cutoflFthe top, 

«ic^5o§Sfl©88. , V. i. to orginate, 

spring, as a river, o6oc8j5,c36s>o3^8to8^; 

as a plant; as, the paddy is headed, 

o^^ScS^ci; the cabbage is headed, cboo^ 

Head'ache, n. 8poo1. 

Head'-band, n. a fillet, 8^c^i. 

Head'-dress, n. 8S^jS(»ooSoDODioDobcono©8f(» 

8^,8^01^,8^00 OJ8,8pc)Jl8800SS|^ODOp. 

Head'.first, adv. j§8^; to fall head-first, cfiiobS 

Head'land, n. a foreland, a cape, a promon- 
tory, tS^8po»fl3,t5^8po5^18p^l3. 

Headless, a. having no head, ooSpcocB^; 
having no leader, yioDio^oDcbia^itfiioo 

Headlong, a. rash, precipitate, oo^tosSfOd^o 

oioo^. , adv. with head foremost, 

j§8j5; to fall headlong, c8i6b5j§8^. 

Head'-man, n. a chief, a leader, y\od8|S,ec8i 

Head'-most, a. most advanced, cOi^ooodiS, 


Head'-pie9e, n. armor for the head, a helmet, 

8^0^$ 0^8,03 «8|. 

Head'-quar'ters, n. oj88jSoo8^oDooiSGS|5ooc8S,yi 

Head'-sea, n. oo8o5i(»cb8ooj5ooc8oo8^. 

Head'spring, n. a fountain, cjodB^oiScoicjoS. 

Head'fitall, n. oDojpoa8pc^x. 

Head'-stune, n. corner-stone, 00^0000^1^8^00 
coiSoocjji^; the stone at the head of a 
grave, ooiSoocgi^ooiyicoif cSibcoi 2g^8^ 

Head'-strong, a. violent, willful, obstinate, 

4,e,i,6,u,y,long;, a,e,i,o,u,", short; c&re, far, UstifgU, wh^t; thfere, veil, term; pique; done^fdr 

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heady, ^Soj^,oo8co^Pc»^ooScD|S, oj^io^oa 

Head'way, n. cocSobiooS ; the ship makes 
headway, ooc8c6icoiq)o5; progress, od^ 

Ilead'-wiod, n. ooo5iooc8i,ooo5ioooo^,oDo5id8 


Head'y, w. See Headsteong. 

Heal, V. i. to grow sound, oglcjji. , v. t. 

to cure, «io2lo?iooS; to reconcile, «iojj 

Health, n. ooSc6j5si(jfG8|S^,ooSQ8^sij^«i(fe. 

Health'ful, Health'y, a. free from disease, 
sound, well, hale, cS^aj^cB^^, oosoIod^ ; 
tolookheathful, oo^Scglooo^oaajjl*; ^^^' 
ducive to health, salubrious, whole- 
some, q^8c8^o8^ooSoa6Sc»oo),coiooq8cSpajp 
oSf ^ooS ; pertaining to a healthy state, 

Health'ful-ness, Health'i-ness, n. See Health- 

Heap, V. t. to pile up, ^|So8^,o5§pd8^; to ac- 
cumulate, amass, lay up, q8flsnc6^oDS; 
to make convex or elevated in the cen- 
tre, ^lojScgS, oS8oD^. , n. ooSod^^, 

Hear, v. t. to perceive by the ear, oj, f^oj; 
to obey, heed, 800^^; to hear preaching, 

Hear'ing, «. the sense of hearing, oo^ojc», 
^Sajo9^o^8o»oo8i; the act of perceiving 
by the ear, odS^SojooS; the act of obey- 
ing, ooS8cx>^JSodS; an opportunity of ad- 
dressing a superior, an audience, coS\J\ 
oo^coioocx>j§8oDSoDio8p; the reach of the 
ear, o5ioocB8,8iijioocB8aj. 

Heark'en, v. i. to listen, attend to, od^|5, 8od 
^S,8ooj^i8oo^^; to obey, he^d, 8od^^c8S 


Hear'say, n. rumor, report, fame, odS^^ojcoi 

Hearse, n. ojjScooo^oDiyi85yioo8poo8^. 

Heart, n. the fountain of the blood, od8,c^^oo 
01 ; the inner part, fl©o6, ooSod8o6S<j^i; 
the heart of a tree, (^^ooc6; the mind, 
(^?») ooj^^ooo8$ courage, spirit, oo8^,(»8j 
coo5S,oD8«iooSoj^; to get by heart, mem- 
orize, c8S^Sco88^. 

Heart'-ache, n. ooSoD8rBS,ooScx)80D^8,oo^oj^pa^8 


Heart'-break'ing, a. a)P{0888oo^a3830^o8, §008 
coSo©o88ooS«i;j5oo8ooiSc5, cocSjSooiiOD^, 


Heart'-brok'en, a. disconsolate, ooiooog^ooS 


Heart'-bArn, n. 008Q|,oD8fBSo9. 
Heart'-bArn'ing, n. discontent, secret enmi- 
ty, OD800looS,OD8fBSoO^. 

Heart'-ease, n, quiet, tranquility; 00^038^, ooS 


Hearfen, v. t. to encourage, embolden, giaj^ 

c8^0d038006^0000l ,ODc8lSl^|Sc8^0002pOOOD8. 

Heart'-felt, a. coio£^oJSco8c6. 

Hearth, n. o^oo^i,ejSog5. 

Heart'i-noss, n. See Hearty. 

Heart'less, n. without afiection, coGS]p88ooS 
AjSoo^, ooc8|588ooSoD8a3^ioo|5; vnthout 
courage, ooo6^S802^^o38^oo^,ood3^Sto2^ 

Heart'less-ness, n. See Heartless. 
Heart'-rend'ing, a. deeply afflictive, oa8oooai5 


Heart'-sick, a. depressed, low-spirited, ojftS 


Heart'-string, n. the stem of the heart, 038gg. 

Hearfy, a. cordial, warm, sincefe^ earnest, 

a>^ 03 888«iodS 001 ojj^Scgi poD88cjj|i jS,oi88ooS 

Heat, n. caloric, ooScB^ ; the state of being 
hot, oocBS ; the state of feeling hot or 
very warm, ooScBSoocol ; a single effort, 
a course, oo^9iooiSoD80fx^8i,oo^c^8ei8oo 
c^8i; ardor, fervency, od8sijj5,oo86S8j^cd1 
8{|S; rage, exasperation, od88^o8^(^ic6|S 

do,w9lf; furl, rude, push; e.%,o. silent; 5 as s; jh as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; x asgz; n as in linger 

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^8^8; blood-heat, cBSSoo^jSooogSgScfiSoooSs. 

, V. i. to grow hot, as by fire, c8S 

c8^; as the sun, ooScB^cfii; to ferment, 

08c8^, CO^c8@8SD^c8oO. , V. t. tO 

make hot, wicBScS^; to make ardent, 
inflame, qsaj^cSjSc^iooco?, cfi^McS^yioa 


Heath, n. the plant, ^^8iSi8icoooo;25,oc88c»^ 
c^S. See c^t. ocj^: 6. a plain covered 
with heath, ^(jjiODcS^obocfisoD^cs^^. 

Hea'then, n. a pagan, a gentile, «/ioooo1cgi8, 

(;icx>1ooS8i8. , a. gentUe, pagan, 


Hea'then-dom, w. the gentile world, yiooocfl 

Hea'then-ish, et. pertaining to the heathen, 

00105 «l0085yi000J^CglCOlcglCQOjSc»O3S 00 

oSs; pertaining to heathenism, 00^00888 
c^ioooj^cgiool cgiooojSoa odS. 

Heath'er, n. See Heath, 

Heave, v. i. to rise, swell, distend, expand, 
85co§icfi|Soooo«; to pant, gasp, 00)08^8^ 
c8f 8^c8^; to retch, keck, oo8od^iS,cx>8oo 

^i ; to heave in sight, (jjp c8^. , 

V. t. to lift, raise, elevate, 8Soo§idB^oo^, 
ooooidB^ooS; to cause to sweU, cj8a)8 
cfi^,d5^oD8d8^, oia)8cep; to lift and 
throw, o58dB|S§8og5o8^og5.— Heave to, ^z 
c8f 0Dc8SaDc8.--Heave up, to raise, ooicSjS 

00^; to vomit, ^8c8^. , n. See 

Heave, v. 

Heav'en (hev'n), n. the sky, ^oo8Sc8i,^8^,^«58 
8; the heavenly world, ^8poo8,^8^c8^S, 
^8^8|5; The Sovereign of heaven, God, 
Jehovah, ^8^oo©S, 

Heav'en-b6rn, a. OL>io5G8^<^^ooi^8p, <bdBj5coi^ 
8^,GS^c8|SoDicgiod^^i, ^8^8, oo^(D8S8^8^. 

Heav'^-li-ness, n. a:)Sc8xo5ooi^8^8, ooSoioo 

Heav'en-ly, a. pertaining to heaven, celes- 
tial, unearthly, 00^^30881^8^; resembling 
heaven, c8io5ooScdi^8^. 

Heav'^n-ly-mind'ed, a. ooo£po5oo8«iooa^i5^8^ 

Heav'en-ward, a. & adv. 8g^8|Soo8. 

Heave'-6f fer-ing, n. a wave-offering, oo^«i 

Heav'i-ly, adv. to walk heavily, <feiooSooaj||^i 

Heav'i-ness, n. weight, oppression, sadness, 
ooWiooSSS, ooScS^ooSeoi, ooSooi ; heavi- 
ness in the head, sluggishness, 8^2X>i. 

Heav'y, a. weighty, ponderous, bulky, «)oi,coi 
©5,oo^oD888c8iaooDiS ; burdensome, cum- 
bersome, tX)i2)0i,fBcBbi; dull, cx>8^i ; de- 
jected, oo8coi,a)8oo^S,8^; wanting ani- 
mation, inanimate, cx>^tJ0888ooip«iooS, 
ooipoj8^i; drowsy, sluggish, 8^oc»oo8,6o; 
wanting activity, inactive, slow, «i(»oo8 


^cSS; stupid, dull, cx>8oo808,oo8c8SooS|^S{8; 
thick, dense, c8^; as, a heavy fog, gp^ 
cS^; as, heavy, weather, cloudy, ooSoai^ 
o§^s>8c8ic6j5a2Sooa>5; loud, heavy-toned, 
oDoj^tx)i,oooj^8^; stormy, oo^^^i«b^^c65, 
Heav'y-heart'ed, a. dejected, cast-down, oj^ 


Heav'y-lad'en, a. over-burdened, cx>iodooo^ 
c88oo^t]Oi, See q8. 00: jo. 

Heb-dom'ad-al, a. consisting of seven days, 
co^wD88iooSoo3^.oo3^; occurring every sev- 
en days, weekly, coioo«ioooo8oog^ood^oo 

He-bra'ic, a. oop20888c^io5Q^i((xi@)8. 
He'bra-ism, n. ooSooc8iooioooSyio5Qi8oo(^. 
He'bra-ist, n. yicx>ioo|^ioiS^SoiSyio5Q^i8oo<^S 

He'brew, n. an Israelite or Jew, yioSSiS; 

the Hebrew language, 9io5Q\8i»odo2^, 

o&giooogS , a. oo^«D888yio5Qi8. 

Hec'a-tomb, n. ooSo2Sc8poo^8cBS8oo§«8ooq^a> 

Hec'tic, Hec'tic-al, a. ooScfi^coojicfiSoocBoof 


Hec'tor, n. a bully, a turbulent fellow, yi 

i,e,if6,u,y,loBg; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; care, far, last, fgll, what; th^re, vgil, term; pique; d6ne, f6r 

Digitized by 


HEI 267 

cDioooidB^aicibooSs^p; one who teases or 
vexes, oDcSif iOD^ojS<i><^ioi, cDcSi^Sajtyi 

oi. , V. t. to bully, bluster, «id8|S«i 

oboD^aj^ ; to tease, vex, coc8ifia)po|Sc6 

yi Ol,CX)c8lScJlyi 00008. 

Hed'dles, n. pi. ^,^ooioooo^ejD«88CX)1cx)^. 

Hedge, n. coc^iooooojScoic^ioj^^cSioj^So^SSoSs 

05odq8^od6^i»SooS. , t;. t. to inclose 

with a hedge, oDcjiejoSooSSsco^SojiS; to 
obstruct, oppose, @oq52X>5oo^05c^. 

Hedge'hog, w. o^^. 

Heed, v. t. to take care, mind, ocS^ods; take 
notice of, observe, 'cg^^^ooS,cgSo6ooS ; to 
mind, obey, od^^ooS, Bod^^oo?, c6S|,^ooS. 

, n. care, attention, regard, ooSo 

c8^ 03 ; the act of paying attention to, 
coS 8oD ^^oo^jOoSogS^^oo^ ,00^ c8S |,S ooS . 

Heed'fiil, a. attentive, cautious, vigilant, c8S 
§8co^oc8^o8. See Heed. v. t. 

Heed'less, a. careless, thoughtless, inatten- 
tive, oDi03oooc8Soo8oo^; a heedless per- 
son, yiOOlOOOOOcS^ 0303800^, C^lOOlO^QlOoS 
05^0001,0^0001 oljO^O^OOIoloQCgSbCO^. 

Heed'less-ness, n. carelessness, inattention, 
thoughtlessness. See HsEdLEss. 

Heel, n. 8^^i|S©,9|S^ifis>8p^i^8^, ooS^ijSs; heel 

of a shoe, 8^5803^i^s). , v. t. to 

dance, bio9o5^; a shoe, qic6^S^oio> 

Heft, V. t. to heave up, lift, oo8c6^cgSooSSo88 

oooj^gl a>^(» tx>i 808 8^ 00 88|S. , n. 

weight, oo^ooooi,oo^oQooooiS. 
He-gi'ra, n, the Flight, c»^pooi8iQc8^o8e)oSb 

001 o. ^. G J J ; any flight or exodus, oo^eo^ 

Heigh'-ho, int. o5^d8i. 

Height, Hight, w. altitude, elevation, (^c8,oo^ 
Gac8,ooSoD8ic8p; stature, oo^ooc8,|Sqoc8; 
an eminence, a hill, a mountain, oocS^ 
cSpcS; the utmost state or degree, ooc8 
oDooi^, 008^8^, oo8|S8 ; three times my 
height, o3i8iooi. 


Heighten, v. t to elevate, advance, intensi* 

fy, Qic8c8^. 
Hein'oiis, a. hateful, odious, atrocious, ooio 

@i8 008 oj c8i ; enormous, monstrous, 

great, 8^8p^S^S; a heinous crime, od^i 

Hein'oiis-ness, n. odiousness, enormity. See 

H6ir, n. <j>iooioo88|,^oo^og^ool. 
HMr'-ap-par'ent, n» 8ioioo8oao5ioooioicoioo 

Hfeir'ess, n. 85^Sodic»@i8|,^od^od1ojioo^oooi. 
H^ir'less, n. ood»^88yicoTOooD^So51opicdSoD^» 
Heirloom, n. ooSo2S8^gi8^oo6iooi5i|,SoDlojib 

H^ir'pre-siimp'tive, n. yio3ioooD^^^oo^o:>loji 

ooS<»oi, a>^oo^<^ioj8^^ c6i o^ c8^ dB^ 00 ^ 

001100 |S. 
H^ir'ship, n. oD|^Soo1a>^oo\oo^o»c8S. 
He'li-ac, He-li'ac-al, a. pertaining to the sun, 


HSri-cal, a. spiral, cS^ooSooS. 

Hell, n. the place of punishment of the wicked 
after death, c^S, oac^S ; the under world, 
hades, the grave, ^loocB^. See «iooS. 
j: j<i. 

Hel-len'ic, Hel-len-ist'ic, a. Greek, Grecian, 

Hel'len-ist, w. a Grecian, <j>ic6Q^i8oDioog8^S 

HelFish, a. pertaining to hell, oo^e308S8Coc^S; 
like the inhabitants of hell, infernal, 
malignant, wicked, c8ioSGOiyioD6iSS,c8i 

Helm, n. a rudder, a tiller, 00^00^,^^680. 

Helm'et, n. 8^o^5,8^o^5o28. 

Helm'et-ed, a. as, helmeted soldiers, 0^8808^ 

Helms'man, n. a steersman, Ji^Sooj^ V^®??? 
65 00001. 

Help, V. t. to aid, assist, succor, c6©ii«i©ii, 
ooocjooojSojijttio^i; to relieve, remedy, 
QirfigSoji; to forbear, cBioooo800ioaoD«i 

do, wplf; furl, rude^push; eji.o. silent; 9 a8£; 9h as sh\ g as j; g as in get; g as z; xasgz; as in linger 

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b.— Help forward, c8©nQi©iioo^So88co<^ 
cS^b.— Help take care of, o5s©ii cgS ©ii. 
—Help catchi oSssiiS^eii.— Help on, to 
forward, promote, «i©iiooS5o8iaD(^c8p 
c8j5d8^b.— Help out, ^^opigtoDiooS,«i©ii 
cS^ojiodS.— Help over, «i©iiyiooiooSooi 
c»o3©^o{5b«ioDoooo^.— Help to, to supply 
or furnish with, «i|^S(^iodiooS(»iooS§i,«i 

©iiyiSoSgoo^SooS. , n, aid, assistance, 

relief, remedy, ooS«i©ii. See Help, v. t. 
Help'er, n. an assistant, an auxilliary, yiQi 


Help'ful-ness, n. usefulness, assistance. See 

Help'ful, a. useful, ooioo«fi|^©n«i©iioo^. 

Help'less, a. without power in one's self, fee- 
ble, weak, OD^eotSsojpoooo^asoDC^; desti- 
tute of support or assistance, oogS^Ss 
oo^c86iiQi©n(fii09^, cx>|,icS|So^oDtoac8^o3 
€8^; a helpless orphan, yiS^ibobS^. 

Help'less-ness, w. See Helpless. 

Help'mate, Help'meet, n. a helper, ^icoioacB 
•iiQi©iic8Sooo3to3(3to3cd8; a wife, a^tS\. 

Helt'er- skelt'er, adv. •^<ji,©^©f8i,«^Sc5o2,« 

Helve, n. a handle, c6^; an axe helve, cglcSS. 

Hem', V. u oj^ioo^,ooSo8^odooi. , v. t. to 

fold and sew down an edge, ooi^scSiodS, 
008 od ^S tx>S 00^, Si «oS, Si 00 ^8 eoS, Si ex^S 

<x>So808. , n. the edge of a garment 

folded and sewed down, oo^oo8^8oo^; the 
border of a garment, edge, o3Soj^odSo88 

OOOD^l. , int. 02800^03^000^^0^8 (»8 


Hem'inaphere, w. (cDp«©oo&S) ooScgif oDCDipoDS 


Hem'or-rhage (-raj), n. ooSaflc^^c8j5Ggpc8i. 
Hem'or-rhoids, n. the piles, ::j5^9c^icfipciS^i 

Hemp, n. ocSooooogS. 
Hemp'en, a, (bo8^oDio(3. 
Hen, n. 588^. 
Hen96, adv. from this place; as, to go hence, 

oo8c8^^ o&i, a>8 c8^ 0D1 00^ c8^ ^ 001 ; from 
this time, opioSia^^; ^ the future; as, 
a week hence, brSSool^, s^g'^odl^; for 
this caucte, coio3^o&iooc8,3d^^S8/Qioo8S|^ 


Hen9e-f6rth', Henje-fdr'ward, adv. ojioSiaj 

Hen'-coop, n. Q8oooi83,Q83d03;^i8. 

Hen'-house, n. oSoooSp. 

Hen'-pecked, a. ooio^^g^^iooJl. 

Hen'-roost, n. 8Sc8ic8,8Sex>^8^. 

He-pat'ic, He-pat'ic-al, a. O3^?x)888ooj^. 

Hep'ta-gon, w. oDSgL^ip,o3^|.fi^gL<«oi. 

Hep-tag'gu-lar, a. c8^88|^^ip^oDoi. 

Hep'tarch-y, n. co^cx)io8j5aoioiODJ5o68icB^i. 

Hep'ta-teuch (tuk), n. oSSlsi^ooiOdSjSoos^c^^. 

Her, per. pron. oo,oab,c8i ; as, I gave her my 
book, oDoojScSioDioooSS, (8S(ji^3i^),og^@ 

|poDo^ooig|S«^c»^i. , adj.pron. as, 

her book, oooSS; with self, intens.pron. 
as,Ella herself came, ^^ooooicbooode^d^b. 

Her'ald, n. a proclaimer, a precursor, a har- 
binger. yiOD1(»cS80D^(»^^yi8S^^001(»S 

o6^io©iS. , V. i. to introduce, pro- 
claim, o880dj5(»j5q1odS. 
Her'ald-ry, n. (ojc^jgi) ooSo36ioiooic»o88C»^ 

OD^glc^lOOlOD^OOO^OdO^l, 00^S0&1§^10003^0 


Herb, w.a plant, oo^8803Soo^,|p8i5i8iooiyi(fl^ 
0J0191, «i 0300^91 91, c8i^coio9j58iop8i 

Her-ba'ceoiis (her-ba'shus), a. oopex)888 herb, 
QiQdcosS herb oooSs. 

Hgrb'age, n. pasture, oo^SsooS 00^,^^810181, 
ojpSo^SoaoDojSaDojSooioabcS^ oj 1 b 88 ©^ 

dB^nOlboD^ ^ODC^OO^ ^ODC^. 

Herb'al, n. an herbarium, o5Sooioo^88oo^go^i 

^^810181, 0^^0^8od©l8800oSoOC^€8^8 

ooo98ooiod^i. , a. oo^?x)888 herb. 

Herb'al-ist, herbarian, yicoi(P|ioi^f^oi^ 

oo^oo|Sto888 herbs ad02^0Ko^,od9Sado^i* 
Her-cu'le-an, a. of great strength, €B^88oo6^ 

aj^ools^p ; of great size; as, herculean 

MJ}0|ii,y,long; aie,T,d,u,^| short; cftrOi far, last, fall, wh§it; thSre, veil, term; pique; doneifte 

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hands, oo^oqS^8|Sqs ; very dificult, as a 
Herculean task, oo^QicBgs. 
Herd, n. co^ScSSSoQ<g (or oococ^i,) as, a herd 
of buflFaloes. o^Soo<j, a crowd, a rabble, 
yicoiooooioono8ioo(fi^oo^,cj^c85o©ODf8s«i b 

Sco^8(«S89oo8s. , V. i. £p^t(B§^^cy^ 

^oo<25ol^^8io^^8iooo8t; to associate, oj^cSS 


Herds'man, n. (j>icoio3ogSco^8cBS8o©oioo<j. 

Here, adv. in this place, odic»i,^o6i; hither, 
ojooi; as, come here, obajooi; in the pres- 
ent state of existence, coic^ioDexD^, coi 
c£^8^^io5i. —Here and there, (^odi^|,^, 
^c»ico(|ji,&^^oo<|ji; neither here nor there, 
ht&\coS§cB^y^^coS^S^, Soesoo^oQoSsoo 

Here'a-bout, Here'a-bouts, adv, &o8ioo<^i^i. 

Here'-aft'er, adv. at some future time, sjsaj 
gDl,icB5,irfi5o^i; in a future state, coi^ 
c8Sootx>^. , n. the future state, ^cBS 

Here'-at, adv. oo^^88,opi§ioo^. 

Here-by', adv. by means of this, coioo^aSic» 

Her'e-dit'a-ment, w. ^c8S8^8^cx)iooco©So§^cx)l 

He-red'i-ta-ry, a. cD^2X>s8tooS|^^ana>^opiooS. 
Here-in', Ordv. in this, cDi(»boSi(»(jji; in this 

cause, oDiooSoooSoSioo^i. 
Here-6f , adv, some of this^ coio8i»^ioo^i; 

from this, cDiooboSiOdSjSodcS. 

-upon, adv^ on this, oo^|S§8,opigi 

OD^; I said I was sick. Hereupon he said 

I was lazy. Hereon I was angry, ooJs 

OO^Xmcb, Od^^S<9db&80DlOOOD1^c8l, opigi 

Her'e-si-arch, n. an heretical leader, odcj^ooi 

Odq^ic8^c8|SdS heresy ooqiqi. 
Her'e-sy, n. (oj^Si) ooSo8poo«^d8oD«^oo^oo« 

Her'e-tic, n. (^icoioooj^cSSoSs^S heresy. 
Hd-ret'ic-al, a. oD^cotSt heresy. 
Hcre'to*f6re', adv^ in times before the pres- 


ent, oji^od|^oSi; formerly, ooic8,cDi<gn- 
Here-with', adv. o^S; as, herewith I send 

you ten rupees, cDio5So6^ioDoofo5iooo8i 

oDoo^c8io^SeScBs^iooi©oo^i; by means of 

this, ooiooo5i05c8. 
Her'it-age, n. inheritance, oo^^ScxO . 

Her-maph'ro-dite, n. yi^^gl,ooS8^ol. 
Her'me-neu'tic, Her^me-neu'tic-al, a. exeget- 
. ical, o3^oo888ooS<b<j5lc8^ooSo©o^oa O^l CD 
Her'me-neu'tics, n. interpretation, exegesis, 

Her-met'ic, Her-met'ic-al, a. pertaining to 
chemistry, oo^oot88s>|Sg©Qioooo^oj^j5ooS 
oot; closed so as to be air-tight, oiooS 

tX>55o880Do5lc8oj0001^0001, So8800^0JC» 00 

Her'mit, n. a recluse, an anchoret,, c^igS^od 

OJ^OpSlfioDOOOOl, <^l0DlQ0<fi^ODO^^b0OOl8l 

Her'mit-age, n. the habitation of a hermit, 
c8^dB(»c8^, o5^oo(j]i^oDic/ioDc6^8i^ic8ic8 

Her'ni-a, n. (ooiS^ooi), rupture, oySoioi, oo^ 
ooiooDioi^iooQioioiooioocbsS^ooSS c8|S Od 


He'ro, n. (o5^i), a man of extraordinary 
courage and strength, t^icS^SsA^aj^ool 
8jP, 02^^038 J, oooD^glooS^ioDp ; a very 
illustrious personage, yicDiodSio^GS^oDl 

cSl OS 0^X808080001, yiC01(»OOlOo8lOJc8^00l 

He-ro'ic, He-r6'ic-al, a. pertaining to a hero, 
ODSeo8 88 hero, daring, bold, fearless, 
magnanimous, Qiod038§ hero odoS8. 

Her'o-ine (her'o-in), n. hero ^^, 85^^cDii»«i 
QdOD8S hero OdoS8. 

Her'o-ism, n. bravery, courage, intrepidity, 
(hero), oS^iooo^^ooooS, ooScoioacSioof o5 

Her'on, w. cBjSooooc^ScSioSooicBf cfeioot. 

do,w9lf ; furl, r]ide, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j ; g as in get; s as z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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Her'pes, n. §, o^^oS^, 8»ooS8o)c8io8ooio©b|^^c» 

Her'ring, n. g^Sooooc^SoS^booicSS^^gSooS. 
Hers, (SSo^^oiS) poss. of she, oob|,^oaooS. 

Hgrse, n. See Heaksb. ^ v. t 85ooSoo8p 

aocDjSSScoi Iierse odcSi. 
Hes'i-tan-9y, n. doubt, indecision, vacilation, 

Hes'i-tate, v. i. to pause in uncertainty in 
regard to action, doubt, waver, bi8i,^i 
ftSbi8i,o2S(»oot,oDio§ooioQS«ioo«|ji; to fal- 
ter in speech, istammer, oDc8iooSa^8o^8 


Heg'i-ta'tion, n. ooSo^oocx>8. See Hesitate. 
Hes'per, Hes'per-us, n. the evening star, co^ 

Hes-pe'ri-an, a. oDi^SgSooS. , n. yi^^gS 

Het'er-o-dox, a. oojSejosSs hersy; a heterodox 

person, yiooioo^SooQ|S^5a3Q^oD^. 
Het'er-o-dox'-y, w. heresy, ooSo8^c5o«^cSoDg^ 

Hef er-o-ge'ne-al, Het'er-o-ge'ne-oiis, a. dis- 
similar, unlike, oo^oosSioo^odQi^]^^^^^ 

c85 0)038. 

Hew (hu), V. t. to slice off from the side of 
timber, cjoo^; to shape by cutting, hS 

Hex'a-gon, n. oDSojfijSojcwn. 
Hex-am'e-ter, n. o3Soo86j5o^cB8c2ibi. 
Hex-an'gu-Iar, a. oo^i^oS^o^f^^* 
Hey'day, int. 09,099. , n. a frolic, wild- 

ness, ooScSSc^sij^. See Fbolic. 
Hi-a'tus, n. an opening of the mouth, oo^dbi 

c6^co88^,oo^o^8c8^9doD8; a gap, a chasm, 

Hi-ber'nal, a. wintry, winterish, oo^eosSto^S 

Hi'ber-nate, v. i. to winter, cbicS^oooiooods 

coi03^ 8^o)§80^8rf)^8oo|i gib 00 o8f • 
Hi-ber'ni-an, n. an Irishman, yidbod^co^. 

, ar oopiot88c88o^^o3^. 

Hic'cough (-kup), n. coSo51qp«j«. , v. t. 00) 


Hick'up, n. See Hiccough. 

Hide, n. skin, sd^8cBS8ooo8,oo^oi.— Hide and 
seek, ooScSSc^ooooojS. , v. i. to con- 
ceal one's self, cS^f^j^i 08^0001. , 

V. t. to screen from view, conceal, o5£ 
oj^^,o5oooi; to secrete from danger, keep 
in safety, ojiScDi,fxjjiSo5^oj|i^ooi, oSooot, 
o5|oj|S. See iu j cj^: 9. 

Hid'e-ous, a. frightful, horrid, dreadful, 001 

00^800^obSof1,OCg^0OO2JS, 00l03^Of^, OCO^ 

00^5, oo^oot8«o3^c8i^ic8i^«. 
Hid'e-ous-ness, n. horribleness. See Hideous. 
Hid'ing-plaje, n. oo^G8^|^o2^ooc8^,o9^odoiooc8^, 


Hie, V. i. to hasten, (^iodS^^. 
Hl'e-rarch,. n. the chief of an order of angels, 
^S^DDc^sooS^odS^; an archbishop, o5S 


Hi'e-rarch-y, n. an order of angels with their 
chief, ^8^ooc^8ox)oc^i(oD|^)GDiOdoo^fot88 
hierarch oooi; an established church 
with its^ different orders of clergy, ool 
€S^§^ooiod^\b8803c^^ot8^, ooc^^8co^8t dd 
02^0doo^§odiSgiooic^ioi09^ S^ayopqtcb 

Hi'e-ro-glyph'ic, n. (oboo^iqf5o8) 03^00810001 

Hi'e-ro-glyph'ic, Hi'e-ro-glyph'ic-al, a. per- 
taining to hieroglyphics, a>|5«o8§8oboo^i 
qjSo8; emblematic, 00^^88803^810010^0^ 
00^00010^ OdO^^. 

Hi'e-ro-man'9y, n. ooSoD^otoo^oooDojSooioooo^ 

Hig'gle, V. i. oSc85c§c85oooD8@@ooioo)ooSyi 

High (hi), a. distant upwards, lofty, c6, osc8, 
dB^c8 ; exalted, excellent, distinguished, 
eminent, €8|S88ooc8^G8^G8,ooa>i8|SaoooSi 
Od) ; proud, ostentatious, coiodoScS^ 
oooo8,oSoooicoio;oo8 ; ^^high looks and a 
proud heart," oo^o5c8^c8odb58ioSoo8oo 

a,e,i,d,u,y,long; i,e,T,6,u,y, short; care, far, la«t, f§ll, wh%t;th6re, rgil, term; pique; done, fdr 

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HIG 271 

ODS. See oDcfii. jo: 9; violent, strong, 
mighty, ajj5,ajpaj^; as, high wind, oooSi 
8jj5; great; as, a high price, ooji8|S,o5yi 

8^oDo5i8|S. , n. ooSc8|Sd8,oac8So8c6; 

on high, 0Di^8^oo8,oDioo8,oDiodc3^c8|5c8. 

, adv. at a great height; as, the 

bird flew high, c8^ojid8^c8c8. 

High'-b6rn, a. a high-born person, yiooio^SS 
o^of (S^Sioo coiodSiycB^ 8so9@a>Sioo oi. 

High'-bred, a. oDiooB^cSfbooit^ioS^StooooioD 

High-col'ored, a. vivid, c8^8t»c^^^l8j{So9ooS* 
High'-fla'vored, a. oDi8SA5,oob,oooD^,cx>cȤ8oo^ 

High'-flown (hi'flon), a. turgid, extravagant, 

ooc8ioo^oDeioicoei(5i, coc8ioo^^5^^ooa8^8« 

High'-hand'ed, a. over-bearing, oppressive, 

arbitrary, ooi9ogis)^^«i8«, qisuj^qiSs 00 % 

Highland, n. oacSS^oiei^oxScjoopcS^b. 
High'land-er, n. <^iod©iS8^8. 
High'-met'tled, a. full of spirit, ardent, cS^Sj 

High'-mind'ed, a. person, yiooi(»g8§SoS 

cS^cSodoDs; a magnanimous person, c^i 
oooDso\odOD8cSooo\, ob^8s d6oo^oo^it Od 

High'ness, n. See High. 

High'-priced, a. coic»yi8^o3G6i8^. 

High'-priest, m. yiojSoo^aoS^. 

High'-priest'ship, n. high-priest, ooc8S. 

High'-road, n. a high way, c^?^,c^^Sc^c8. 
High'-sea'soned, a. See High-plavobed. 
High'-sound'ing, a. loud-sounding, odioooS^ 

c8^8^8^. See also High-flown. 
High'-spir'it-ed, a. easily irritated, irrascible. 

See High-minded. 
High'-wa'ter, n. 06^1,068^06^1. 

High'-way, n. a public road, o^^S. 

High'way-man, n. a highway robber, 5>iooi 
a^f^^a^^y ig6ioo^ 001 c^ooe^oooo^ • 


High'-wrought (-rawt), a. coioooopo3S«i(Sic8t 

Cx5^c8iab801 0100^09^. 

Hi-la'ri-ou8, a. mirthful, merry, oDoSioac^s, 


Hi-lar'i-ty, n. mirth merriment, gayety, ooS 

OD 05 80D 0j^8,00S Og^gaD8g8. 

Hi]l, n. a small mountain, 00^88^; an eleva* 

ted spot of land, ooSoS^oj. , v. t. tqt 

dB^oo^Sco^cdiGdSpoos, ^tdS^oo^Soo^ oil od 

Hai'ock, n. 8L small hill, 03^88^8, <x>SdB?oj^8; 

raised by white ants, cqi^^cS^yS. 

HTll'-side, n. a declivity, ooS88pooc»oi. 

HiU'-top, n. cx>5i88^oo88^. 

Hill'y, a. co^a^(&^Spo^co^i^co^Sai]o^cocbS. 

Hilt, n. handle, coSo^otS; of a sword, ^a»c6S. 

Hilt'ed, a. handled, S^9tooSS. 

Him, ohj. of he, (oloi^oif ) Sx; as, I gave him 

apencil, oDoj^cSicoi ©1^080008; Let him 

alone, oDcS^o^b. 
Him'-self, intens.proyi. g^oDc^o^b; as, he went 

by himself, »b^^cbioooi8i. 
Hind, n. a female deer, ooioj^SS; a rustic, a 

peasant, a swain, ^i<^^oiiSo^8,yi(^if)S8. 

Hind-foot, n. oo^8(«S8oo8^oo^. 

Hind'-leg, n. 8o^8c«S8ooSp. 

Hind'most, a. last, 0008^003091^. 

Hin'doo, Hin'du,n. yio5|S^i8. , a. oo^eot 


Hin'doo-ism, Hin'du-ism, w. yioS^g^iSojjSooS 

Hind'-part, n. 000008,001 ocSooS.. 

Hin'der, a. oo|Sex>8S8oo^G8^ooioooS* 

Hin'der, v. t. to obstruct, prevent, @eo5; to 
impede, delay, retard, @,«iooSoo5. 

Hin'der-ance, n. an impediment, an obstruc- 
tion, an obstacle, oo^gooS; that which 
retards, oo^qio3Soo5oo^, O3^c8p©oop @^, 

Hinge (hinj), w. oS^o^i ; brass hinge, cfiSoo^ 
ogi ; iron hinge, 008 oSjS o^i, 01 oof. ^ 
, V. i. o28oo5c8Soooot. 

do, wplf; furl, rj^de, push; e.i.o. silent; 9 as s; ^h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; g as in linger 

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Hint, M. a suggestion, an allusion, oo'ic^QS 

(^ODOIOOS, OD^OO^O^^OoS. , V. t. tO 

suggest, allude, refer, <feQ5<boooiooSoo 
Hip, n. the haunch, d8^(^58^; ^joint, co|5 

Hip'po-drome, a» o^cQS^c/icOicgiiq^nxjS o c^i oo 

Hip'po-griffi n. Myth, odod^oji. 
Hip'po-pot'a-mus, n. ooi8^o6,ooo3|So6. 
Hire, v. t. cl,cl8«0; — -one's self, 88clooo3«,8s 
c6ooa)8. , n. wages, salary, pay, od 

Hire'ling, n. a mercenary, <^icoioo8sclc8ic» 

His, per.pron.poss. of he. (oloi^oi^,) (»,(»b,c» 

Hiss, i>. u as a man, Qtd9|SooSj|ij|a, cS^bS 

^^cx>^^8S8oo^a3o)oo^; the cobra hissed, 
c^^oSocnoD^dSf j|ij|i ; to hiss, as an ar- 
row, wlmz, d8^t§oDco5SgSc6i^ooiofSoi 
o6iooo8«. , w. See Hiss, v, i. 

Hist, int. hush, be silent, t^f ,c8^c§^,cS^oooi, 

His-to'ri-an, w. a chronicler, an annalist, 91 

His-tor'ic, Hisitor^ic-al, a. a>^e08§«c65©c8i^i, 
CO! oo§SoDio5S©c6i^ioo^i. 

His'to-ry, n. (o55©c8i^i) chronicles, annals, 
records, o55*^8i(^8iooS. 

Hit, V. t. to strike against, 00^5800^008,00^0^8, 
00^800^008 ; to touch a mark aimed at, 
a>pb,oopbc8ic8iooScDioo^j5cSi; to come 
to the point, oo^oocSS; to be suitable, 00^ 

00D18, oo^cSS, CD^b. Hit on or upon, 

oj^cS^ooSoD^b. ^, w. a striking a- 

gainst, oo^oo^8ooSooj5o68; a casual coin- 
cidence, ooSoD^c85oDOD8, oo^oo^oaoit, ooS 
oo^oooSScSS, oo^oopoDoiSc85; a happy 
conception, ooSdBoo8|Soo^8. 

Hitch, V. t. to go by jerks, hop, oj8i»OD8oob5 
00^5; to become entangled, oo^ogs, oop 

ng8exD5. , v. t. to catch by a hook, co 

^I^S; to hitch the horse, 0^8 coS, ©looSo) 

OD^. , n. oo^oo^ojjt, ooSdD^cg8,oo^oo^ 

@ex>5, ooSoo^^8^S . 

Hith'er, adv. to this place, a^bSiJ as, come 
hither, o6ajo5i,o6«SiJ hithet and thither, 
{with a verb), odoo^cood^, odJ^ioo^i; to 
move confusedly, as leaves by the 

wind, o80DooSoocoS. . a. coioStoDS; 

as, the hither side of the hill, odS88^(» 

Hith'er-most, a. nearest, ooojiooooiSooioSiooS. 

Hith'er-to, adv. to this time, ojibcbl^oSi; to 
this place, ojicpi. See c8i. ^o: »o. 

Hith'er-ward, Hith'er-wards, adv* as, he 
came hither wards, obbcSicBiajoSi. 

Hive, n. a receptacle for bees, (^oi,oo^i»of5|5, 
oD^oi; a company, a crowd, ooSoo<j,ooScx) 
oDc^i. , V. t. 9igSoo^oof 0D1 Odon^i. 

-, V. t. c8|S§poof8025c85o^oo8. 

Ho, int. 001, 01. 

Hoar, a. gray, hoary, o1,c»cJ1,o1c^|Sodoo5. 

Hoard, v. t. to amass or store up secretly, 
oS§|SooSoo«ioDioo5ioo88^ 88ooogboo^,o588 

oo^5o88ooao)o8^b. , n. ooSo5§^o588 

00^. See HoAED, v. t. 

Hoar'.frost, n. o8io6rfi^c8j5o1og^oDOoS,o8ic68S 

cSl 00001. 

Hoar'i-ness, n. grayness, oooo^oIo^^odcoS, » 
ooSoT oocoi^ooodB. 

Hoarse, a. c8|S§8cBSogSog8, cB5cgSo58 ; rough, 
grating, discordant, coo2^cgt,oDiQod3^oD 

Hoarse'ness, n. ooSd8^o58a58oS8@S, oo^c85oj^S 
cg8, ooScBSogSo58. 

Hoar'y, n. white or gray with age. d),o1o£. 
See HoAB. • 

Hoai/y-head'ed, a. ol8^; as, my hoary-head- 
ed grandmother, ooocflSpoDoi. 

Hoax, V. t. to deceive in sport, to play a trick 
upon, c8cfiSc^S,c8ooSooic85(^ooS»^,i^i 

i,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,", short; cftre, far, l&8t,fall, what; thSre, v§il,term; pique; d6ne,fAr 

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Hob'ble, V. i. to limp, halt, co8c8«c^^cB«d^S,c08 

Hob'by, 11. a kind of horse, oDco^8coiooajJ5oo 
gooooojS; a wooden horse for children, 
oooDJS(»8ioDi8oD^8sc85c^a»8S; a favorite 
object of pursuit, ooSooo^oooiSioDiyic^jB 

Hob'gob-lin, n. a fairj, an imp, oo^^SooSyoS, 

Hob'nail, n. c308ooiogioo5oooo^ooS^o8. 
Hock, n. oDOO^odS^jcoi. 
Hock'le, V. t, to cut off the hamstring of an 
animal, hough, hamstring, cfJjc^ScgS 

H6'-cu8-p6'-cus, n. a juggle, a trick, oo^cfisco 

Hod, n. a brick-hod, ooS^jjtoo'iojiooii^iSScSoo 

c5bcoi<»(j^i ; a coal-hod, a scuttle, ooS^i 

Hodge'-podge, Hotch'potch, n. cx>§5cogi, © 

§S©^i ,ooS ckO 6ic%^(^5c85o^ oos . 
Ho'di-er'nal, a. oo^tOsSs^S^soloo^toSi. 
Hod'-man, w. ojj{Bo5^coioocS<§o3(^oSoi,coiooc88 

H5e, 12. oo^SooooojScoic^icgsoo^^ggooStpoSj^^cjjg 

ooo^jB. , V. t. cg8ooS(g8ooS88 hoe. 

Hog, n. a swine, a porker, a pig, St. 
Hog'gish, a. greedy, gluttonous, swinish, odi 

eager to obtain, 'selfish, q5|,SQoSo;O^^So© 

Hog'gish-ness, n. beastly filthiness, swinish- 
ness, selfishness. See Hoggish. 

Hog'-herd, «. yicgSc8«oooi. 

Hog'.pen, Hog-sty, n. c8«oo8i. 

HogsTiead, n. oDo3ioopo88^,§^e88^. 

Hog' wash, n. Qiogao^SiooicSeooS^. 

Hoi'den, n. a rude, bold girl, a romp, <^iSic>Ji, 

yiCOlGd^Ss^SOOcB^, tflO0908OD«^CX:>^, 0000!^ 

Hoist, V. t. to raise with an effort, lift, 8Sdd8 

o8^oo^t»^i 5 to draw upwards, elevate, 
exalt, oc^sdS^oQ^ ; to hoist a sail, oc^8g8^ 
oo^oD^; to hoist a flag, o(^8dB^odoo^. 
Hold, V. t. to retain in the hand, grasp, gripe, 
8^ooS,^Se)D5,o58?»5,88co5; to make fast, 
oio^iijWiogii^S; to maintain, as an opi- 
nion, sustain, believe, o5o:gnoooo8oDio& 
oo^^5i»(,j'i, ^SoD^oiSoiSogiiojii, c8od8^od^ 
cDioDsoo^^i; to contain; as, a basket holds 
16 pyees, ^Soocgi^oo^i^Soj 06 |jp; to 
be water tight, hold water, ooS 06 ; to 
retain possession of, ooc{jcg5oD^,o58ejD5b; 
to have, possess by title, oiOD^b; to com- 
pel one to observe; as, I hold you to 
your word, o:>o58tx>S^ooo2S,ooc3ooo^|,^^aD 
ojS; to confine, c68oo5; to observe, keep, 
cS^I^SostoS; to hold the breath, c8io^j,cBio 
0^8 ; to hold a conversation, converse, 
coc8iCDcB8oo^, cx)c8icS5oQOD8 1 to hold the 

tongue, to be silent, c8^c§p. , 

hold true, «So8 ; to not give way, cxgiib, 
oijSoo^iV, to adhere firmly, ioj8o^iib. — 
Hold back, to keep from action, restrain, 
@, @ooc^, @«ioo^, ooq^8«ioo^. —Hold 
forth, to present to view, o5 (jj) c6^ ; to 
harangue, i^obi c65(^i, 8^ ooS 0600S. — 
Hold in, to restrain, check, @ ex>5 ; as, 
hold in the pony, a^8e)D5oooo^c»^i,ajt»DS 
coojp ; to draw in the reins, o(^8ooSodc»^ 
oo©p^t; to restrain one's self, to refrain, 

cBlOOQ08,<filO^OQCX)l,§«OOOM. — Hold off, tO 

keep at c^ distance, avoid, q^pcS^Si ji, 00 
qsof 802809038; to rofuse assent, ooo^^c8i 
Qicx>Sodoo80o^,ooo9^o80d^oo^. — Hold on, 
to keep hold of, cling, to, o58tx>5ojjiio:j5ii5 
to continue, (38^089^QDS,(]8f ©SoS^ogii. — 
Hold out, to present to view, o5<|jldD^; to 
endure without failing, last, continue, 
6^o&a>l,c8i88opooc}Dt, cS^<^Qio^S8 ; not to 
yield, cy:)Q8^c8i§8CD^QdO>8,o^^90i8^ooioj98. 
—Hold still, to remain without moving, 
c8^iSoooiS,oooj.«oobio>p. — Holdto, to 

dojwolf; furl, r]ide, push; e.i.o. silent; 9a8s; §h assh;g as j; gasinget; sasz; xasgz; nas in linger 

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cling to, 8pex:>S,o58ejDS,gSu55.— Hold to- 
gether, to remain in union, cfipojcSSSscSS 
aooo«,c8^ioj8c85o&oD«.— Holdup, to raise, 
SSodScB^; holdup your head, 6^d8^^8^; 
to sustain, support, c6©ii«i©ii; to exhib- 
it, display, show, ^^(j]lc8|5,o5c2)cS^,o5cx) 
oD^oB^; to support one's spirits, «ioiSqi 
oo)noo«; to cease raining, stop, ooS^i©^ 

COl, OoSoO^lODllOolorfloDp, cSlcSjSojlOofes ^8 

c6.— Hold with, to agree, oo8c8ioc85o^S 

§8 (ocx)iooo^). , n. a grasp with the 

hand, gripe, seizure, clasp, co^gSex)5oo^; 
something to hold by, ^58^8^05c8S; 
power over, oo^(fi|S88oo8c» 03810010^88^; 
influence over, ooHg8^§80o8oood8i5oo\S 
aioDiyioiooSSp; a place of confinement, 
a prison, a place of security, a fort, a 
castle, a stronghold, ooSoacSSoijSoD^i^; 

the interior of a ship, coSaoS^ix. , 

int. S^coS%Sco%^pco\. 
Hole, n. an aperture, a rent, a fissure, a 
perforation, 00^^108,00^^ , a cavity, a 
hollow, an excavation, a pit, a den, co^ 


Hul'i-day, w. a religious festival, ooSoj^co^ooT 
oo^S^i; a day of exemption from ordi- 
nary labor, ^Soo8c8Sc^a5|i,^ic8^ooo^. 

Ho'li-ness, n. purity of moral character, 
sanctity, ooS8aJ,oo^oD^§. See Holy. 

Hol'lo, V. i. to call out, halloo, cB8ooj>. 

Hol-lo,' HoHoa', int. hey, ho, here, ooi, ^. 

Hol'land, a. o&pex>888cBStSjoo^. 

Hol'land-er, n-. a Dutchman, (^i<i3joo|S8. 

HoHow, a. having a cavity, concave, not 
solid, cavernous, c8^88ro^i,coooi,c8ioDoDi 
c8iodooT,odg8odc8; with a hole through 
lengthwise, cylindrical; oa^ic8^o8c8,d8i 
oD(fie8c8; as a hollow tree, odjScogB; deep, 
I0W5 as, a hollow sound, o8^c8iooooij5,oo 
ojSooooi|5; false, insincere, deceitful, ooS 
coc8i^8i^Sooc6ooc8; empty, void, cocSc^i, 


Hol'low-eyed, a. ^5a>ip<5B5cgS,^5c8iooooip. 

Hol'lo w-heart'ed, a. false, faithless, insincere, 
treacherous, oo8oocS,o38«io^od85o5i, es 

ODioDlob^^ioo^so^ooo^^di^oDcSjBoop. , 

n. a hole, an excavation, a cavity, ooS 
ooQBo2i,o5Soo(fir^i,ooSoDG8^i; a low spot, 
a concavity, coScSiooi^, ooScSiaoi^, cgS, 
cgS<,^ic^S<,^i; a dent, an indentation, ooS 
c8iooc68, ooScBiaoi^; the hollow of the 
hand, ^ododii, ^ooooii ^00001, ^oocSi od« ; 
the hollow of the foot, 8^c»oocBicx>»o 

, V. t. to excavate, oic8iodc8,«ic8i 


Hol'low-ness, w. See Hollow, a. 

H6ro-caust, n. a whole burnt-offering, coSojS 

Hol'ster, n. o58^58aDcooj5o3oo^8. 

Ho'ly, a. set apart for a sacred purpose, con- 
secrated, hallowed, oo^ooSoSSsybooiojIS 
cgioolcgio^S ; pertaining to religion, 
sacred, oo^ex^gSsooSoj^c^iODl cgi od ojS 00 
odS ,cd{S OD8 Ss coS c8S |,S ogi 00 oo^oSjS 00^ 08 ; 
morally pure, sinless, guiltless, 8aJ,cx)^, 
oio1,c8ioc8S88ogi(pcx)S«ic85oodp; replete 
with virtue, (S^88ooS8siJoioloacDc^Soo 


Ho'ly- writ, n. the Bible, the Scriptures, cgi 

Hom'age, n. an act of obeisance, deference, 
ooSQ(j8c8i8p85c8i^S, ooSog8d8|5ooS ; rever- 
ential worship, devotion, oD^ojj^cgiocfl 

Home, n. house, dwelling, abode, o5^,<^ioo^ 


H6me'-b6m, a. native, natural, cSjS^^coio^co 

Home'-bred, a. 8^c8^dBo8^o9i9oo5S^to^b. 
Home'less, a. ooiooo3^(iB^«38oDGSjS, (Q^£iC» 

Home'li-ness, n. plainness, oo^ooo^^ooooSooSi 

Home'-made, a, oDiod<^c8^ooiodo5^cB9|5bo9 

Home'ly, a. belonging to home, domestic. 

Mj^>^,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cfire, far, list, fall, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; done, fOr 

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oop«x>s8ftooo5p» db^8tooo5|S8«S3odG8jSads88 
Sdc8^; plain^ not handsome» oo|S?x)8S8oo^ 
odOD^oooo^OdSioooi, 00235 00 oDi; as, Mrs. 
White is homely, but good, ^Sol^^ooojS 
oooo{Soo8xoooioD^5op, o»oo8oib; unpre- 
tending, rude; as, a homely house, o&^ 


Ho'me-op'a-thist, n. c^iooio^^SbSewio^pojioo^ 
coloDi homeopathy ooooSoS^ooSA See 

Ho-me-op'a-thy, n. (o8i«c88oooi) oo^oDJ5ooo5j5 

00l(O©^OOlS) OaojSoaOOScSlO c85 OO 0D8 §8 oo^ 
C0l,So4«00S(»0S8«l0'Jj1oplC0S 8j5 (§8 O 0D8 coi 

ooq8td^iooioooo|Sc§8ooooopS, §800^ scH 00 6l 


Home'sick, a. -oo8aiajSopiooo6p(»«8, (»8SoooS, 


Home'spun, a. coarse, plain, ooj5oo888oo^o20D^ 

Home'stead, n. homestall, c/i(»oooi,SoS8ooS 
ooo88ooc5^Sic88igB|S88c8^ 8^ oo Si odi od oi 


Home'ward, Home'wards, adv. ajoS^. 
Home'ward-bound, a. ooj5»888ooSopiajo5j5. 
Hom'i-jTde, n. murder, ooS«io3<^i(»od8. 
Hom'i-ly, n. a sermon, a discourse, c554^<^i 

Hom'mock, n. <»^cS^88,ooSc8^c28. 

Hd'D[io-ge'ne-al, Ho'mo-ge'ne-ous, a. cSiocSS 
c8SoooD8,oo^exD888ooScJJ^ c^bcoi (» ^^coiScSi 

H5ne, n. coiSo^coiODglSooayjS, coiSojooiocjjjoojS 

c8^8 8« 8 cijxop ojp, , V. t to whet, 

sharpen, qgoo^cS^oo^ooi hone. 

Hon'est (on'est), a. guileless, straight-for- 
ward, upright, just, sincere, candid, od8 

cB,O3C^Sc8,Ql00ScB, OOcSoO^OoSoO^, 00Q10D8 


Hon'es-ty, n. integrity, uprightness, trusti- 
ness, candor. See Honest. 

Hon'ey, n. oo^8,ooSoojSooS8. 

Hon'ey-bee, n. co^; generic term. c^Siod^Si. 

Hdn'e/-comb, n. oD^oo8^o6,c^(»Spo6, 

Hon'ey-dew, n. oo'iooooioiooooojScoiooo^oDi 


Hon'ey-moon, n. ocJloo^8,yi^c85oooD8oo^iojtoo 
^icS^oo^i ^o ooooc8^|,p5>ioi^oo558cB8ooi 

Hon'ey-suck'le, n. 8oooDoj5,8aD^8. 

Hon'ey^d, a. smeared with honey, r^jc^tx^S 
88oD^8; sweet as honey, ooiScD^8flodS8. 

Hon'or, n. reputation, ooSoDiooSi. See ^%. j 9: 
sq ; dignity, rank, oo'iooo^oo^S ; rever- 
ence, veneration, oD^cg8ooSd8j5; integri- 
ty, nobility, 00^ ©^ 00^ cS, odS c6 ooS c8i ; 
chastity, virtue, 8S;jpoocoioooo8i; civili*- 
ties paid, ooSog8c8^oo^; a title of respect, 

oD©W8^. , V. t. to respect, revere, 

esteem, reverence, cg^'cS^; to make hon- 
orable, dignify, q«ooiooSib \ to exalt, 
Gj[8cS^,i8o@iicSp; to treat with due ci- 
vility and respect, cg8cS^yi5o©c8S(]8^b ; 
to honor a bill, to accept and pay, ojp 

Hon'or-a-ble, a. estimable, illustrious, S^9z 

G^COlO08l,@188800^OO^«100lO08\(fil, @18 

(S|S8ta>U8o@ndBf cfii; of high birth, 00 
|^^88oooDioo8i; honest. See Honest. 

Hon'or-a-ry, a. conferring honor, oDioscopooi 
008100^5 possessing a place without serv- 
ice or reward, ooc8^c8^88ooSooioo8ioD^ 

Hood, n. oo^S^^poooDC^S. 

Hood'-wink, v. t. to blind by covering the 
eyes, «iooSoo5b5, oiooie)oSbS; Fiff. to 
impose on, c8^^oi|,^oo^. 

Hoof, n. S^Q^,S^o^8^8. 

Hook, n. |pa38,^^oDoji; a hook for fishing, 05 
^; a pruning hook, ob5,orf)c28,ocjjS,ag58i8 

8i. , V. t* to fasten with a hook, oy 

tJo5oo^; to catch, as with a fish hook, 00 
^|,^odS; to insnare, q^8oop93»,c8|^S9t|,S. 

Hook'ah, w. (ujsooi) ooSoooDogSooicBioDiOj^cSoD 
C&^^028CD1 oo^i§oG88Sod oSt. 

Hook'ed, a. oj^o3oj\,nyp*oji. 

do, w^lf; jEurl, rude, push; eA.o. silent; 9 as s; jh as shj g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger 

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Hook'-nosed, a. aquilinoi fljo^p, Qiadojs§G5S 

Hoop, n. a band, ooSoocJJi. , v. t. to bind 

with hoops, cJJieoSoo^. , v. i. to hal- 
loo, shout, cBJjcBsooj. 

Hoop'oe, n. cfi^c«©^«fip,^S^c§^. 

Hoop'ing-cough, n. ooSojsoooDCjjSjOoSojgcS^GS, 

Hoot, V. i. to cry, as an owl, cBgdS^SSoDcS^t 
CDoSs ; to shout in derision, rfisooj,q^p^|S 

ccS. , n. ooScBsoogq^^^oo^. ^e also 

Hoot, v. i. 

Hop, V. i. to leap, skip, spring, h^\ to hop on 
one leg, S^ooc^S, i^ooo^Sepooc^^; to 

limp, halt. See Hobble. , n. a leap, 

a spring, a jump, odUSooo^^©^ooc^S. 

Hope, V. i. to trust, ^SoDSooi,ogScx>Soo^. , 

n. confidence, expectation, o5^^ScoS,ooS 

Hope'ful, a. full of hope, sanguine,^c8^§8o:>^ 
^toSoD^ ; as, I am hopeful, oo^SooSooS; 
promising, fjSoDSooS(pc8^G8^. 

Hope'ful-nesB, n. See Hopeful. 

Hope'less, a. despairing, desperate, ^Soo^oo^ 

Hope'less-ness, n. despair, desperation. See 

Hop'per, n. ooi^6Soo^i. 

Hop'ple, n. ocS8ooi(^iooS»eoS^^eoSsD^8cS^8oo 
^oa8j5. , V. t. oooiooS. 

Ho'ral, Ho'ra-ry, a. co^?x)«8ioo^^^p, ooi«c8^ 

Horde, n. a clan or tribe of nomads, ^loo^ 

Ho-ri'zon, n. (c8i\ei^ ^oot, ^S^oSg, ^8^008^ 


Hor-i-z6n'tal, a. ooj5ejD88«c8i^©ij5; parallel to 
the horizon, cBic8Sadoo8S8coi^ei|S. 

H6m, n. of an animal, ^11,00^^11; a kind 

of wind instrument, c^i; a drinking cup 
made of horn, (fio6o5g8ooiyiQicfecfi^^Sb 
ODioo^fii ; antennae, 00^803^00^11, 00^00 

the horn of the moon, ccfl(»^ii,SoitoD^ 
00088^03) S^x&^^^cyfi 008 icSioSSoo^f n58 


H6m'bill, n. S^Ai.S^Sxai ; the black horn- 

bill, cfijBoj; the small species, c8f o. 
H6rn'ed, a. (R^%%^^^\. 
H6rn'et, n. ^i,ooi^3ooi^cg5/ 
H6rn'-mad, a. stark mad, 0D8bi<g^S9jPaj^. 
H6rn'-owl, n. SoDcSooooogS, 
H6m'pipe, n. oDSoD8o^cD^o:)888oo^bioDo5f a>§. 
H6rn'y, a. having horns, d3^88oo^n; resem- 

bUng horn, «ioooo85ooS^uooo88; hard, 

callous, cBxSooS^iiooo88. 
Hor'o-loge, n. a clock, a time-piece, ^^^f, 

Hor'o-scope, n. coSg8oo^8i88iGS^ooc8S(»d^5i 

€S^^|SbOdOO<0^ So8809Co|S^03^a3tflOOODtSt 

cBiaj^ |,^§c6^S(^^oo8^c8i. 
Hor'rent, a. bristling, bristled, oaioocbcfi^oa^ 


Hor'ri-ble, a. horrid, dreadful, frightful, ter- 
rible, C8l^ic8l^8088^, Ql00OD8OD^q91^, 

Hor'rid, a. See Hobeible. 

Hor-rific, a. frightful, terrifying, cdic»c8i^i 

Hor'ri-fy, v. t. to impress with hoifor, «ic8i 

Hor-rip'i-la'tion, n. oDS8^8,oDS8|S8^^8dB^. 
Hor'ror, n. dread, abhorrence, co^^^^ioo8^t, 

H6rse, n. the animal, cooof; cavalry, yiojsS 
coiodSiooojp \ a wooden frame on legs, 

H6rse'back, n. the state of being on horse 
back, c8^coioDc»^oo^i'; to go on horse- 
back, Gbl880DOD^. 

H6rse'-block, n. aAco%\S^^hzB%mQ\B^\^a>^ 

Hdrse'-boy, n. a stable boy, 8oo^8S^coio9c^ 


4,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,", short; cftre, far, l&8t,f§ll, what; thSre, veil, term; pique; done^fte 

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H6r8e'-break'er, n. yicoio^QicSoo^pooiooSoSi 

Hdwe'-fly, w. 8tooj^,u<Si. 
Hdrse'-guards, n. a^^^i^^oStooao^StSsoo^oD^ . 
Hdrse'-hair, n. a9a^^oe^,ooo^oo^S9{^,ooc^^90 

Hdrse'-keep'er, n. yioDiooog^o90j|S. 
H6r8e' -laugh, n. oc^^ioob^iOo^^ioDb^^^ooSs. 
HdrseMeechi n. a large kind of leech, ooo5i 
ffio^t; a farrier, oooS^coc^ooioocg^ooo^^ 

H6r8e'man, n. a rider on horseback, <^i88oo 
ojp; a soldier who serves on horseback, 

Horse^-man'go, n. oD^803|S,aD^iod^,oD^oo^. 
Hdrse'man-ship, n. menege, oo^8to3oj^€^,ooS 

Hdrse'-pond, n. ^^ooi(^t^icS,2^to^^o9ojpodo5coi 

HCrse'-raje, w. ooSgioDt^p, 
Hdrse'-rad'ish, n. o3oo^ooc8oo§ooiOQ^cB^(fix)^^ 

Hdrse'shoe, w. oDC^^(»Sj5og. 
Hdrse-thi^T, n. yiooiooc^^o30}^. 
Btorse'whip, n. O3c^^oa|^^. , v. t. jgooS 

Hor-ta'tion, n. exhortation, ooSooc8icooo^c8^ 

Hor'ta-tive, a. exhortative, hortatory, ad- 
visory, oo^o&i88nocdi03co|SdB^yiod2. 

Hor'ti-cult^nre, w. ooSodooSoo^ oo^«o«8iOjj^c8t 

Ho-san'na, n. (c8i©^fi) ooS4to@itcBic8^t:gi. 

Hose, n. 8jS§^(x>^?8p. 

Hd'sier (ho'zher), n. yiooi o^^tooSoJloo^cDi 

Ho'iier.y, n. o^%^9^. 

Hos^jMrta-bk, a. disposed to entertain guests, 
^jSojScSSoj^ifi^ojScSyioo^i, oSoD^ooSx; 
pertaming to hospitality, (rare), xo^mAt 

Hos^pi-tal, n. ytoHodoSp. 
Hos'pi-taFi-ty, n. co^a^(SSo^(Qpo^HS<}xoo^x, 
Host, n. one who entertains a guest, ^looi 
ooo^^cSSc^^cS^^cBytoo^t; an innkeep- 
er, a landlord, yioDiOdoj^^cSSo^cSjSo^^cS 
yiod^t§oo|,^o2<ooG6o>8^; an army, os^^ 

CO^] ,{0p9D^OO^OOlOlOtOdOO€{p 00 O^ 

Hos'tage, n. yiooiOda^^S^odoogooiddOdoj^^oo^ 
8^00^001 yioioooS^ . 

Hostess, n. a female host, SS^cdiodo^^cSS 
o^^cfi^c^Scfiyioo^i ; a female innkeeper, 
a landlady, SSf^^coio^^cSSo^^dS^o^^ifi 

Hos'tUe, a. pertaining to war, a>^i8»oi^^ 
coSootcSSoQaoi; adverse, inimical, un- 
friendly, OD1QDc8^c8<flc8600OQt. 

Hos-til'i-ty, w, animosity, enmity, oppodtion, 
00^ i^ioo^ooicSSad oot,oo^G8qpd9dU68oooot. 

Hos'tier (hosier), n. ^xmoxo^o^o^coof^. 

Hot) a. having sensible heat, burning, fiery, 
S^] I feel very hot, oacStoo^idB^Qi 
o5^o5^; it is very or intendy hot, cBSyS 
\cdbj <B^oo#iQ08, cB^oopco^ ; passionate, 
vehement, violent, ooscd^o^srB^cS; eager, 
ardent, ootsj^; lustful, lewd, lecherot^, 
^o^fjSooo^ ^ ; pungent to the taste, 
biting, cb, cd^oo, ifi^0|) red hot, iB^8i ; 
burning hot, (B^ag8,cB^o^. 

Hot'-bed, n. ooo}^ooooS^oioooD|S6tooo^88c8^ 
8^oDiyiio1t^S(gt§Q8807|58o^, o&^8i68io3 

Hot'-head'ed, a. violent, rash, impetuous, oo8 

Hot'-house, n. o&jSo37^oSoS^88i,(^^o^dO' 


Ho-tel', n. (cSiooj) o&^coi^Too^to^xndSjSbooS^^ : 
Hough (hdk), n! oo^dS^Sodo&^^pooioooof^^cSit 

038. , P. t. 9pd>S€^Mif§^pafi^. 

Hound, n. a kind of dog, <^p8i^ooaoc^« 
Hour, n. ^^|5. i 

Hou/^glass, n; f^|9b8,SalK>9^o&o8iM^^^QOi 

do,wolf; fdrl, rjj^de, pqush; exo. silent; 9 as s; (h as sh; g as j; g as inget; s a&z; s Mgz; 9 as in linger . 

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Hour'-handi n. f^^^od^ooioo^cglf^^podooi. 
Hour'ly, a. cojSvotSsoof^^^oo^oof^^^cBsooi^^ 

HouBei n. a place of abode, a dwelling, a 
residence, o5^, 09^0001 ; to keep houses 
oioo^c&^, oioojSe^; a familjf a race, a 
tribei Odc&^8,oo^|(p§; as, the house of 
Jacob, oDODitooyio&^8; an assembly of 
legislatorSi oS^odc^ioDiodi^^ 8 o9 00^ 

House, v. t. to shelter, cover in, oScoioo^o^oi, 


Honse'-break'er, w. a burglar, c^iooiODi^^yt 

House'-dog, n. a watch-dog, og^8tc&^. 

Houses-ground, n. the ground around a house, 

House'hold, n. a family, o&^8«88. , a. 

household a&irs, o^^oioo^QicoioooD^cDt 
oo5^eB, o&^8fE88oo^s oqc|^ ; household 
stuff or effects, furniture, o&^ooo3^So9^ 


House'hold-er, n. o&^om^, 

House'keep-er, n. one who keeps his own 
house and table, ^icOioocS^Stooo&^cpcB 
a^b ; a female in charge of family af- 
fairs, 8S({^ooiod»^^oo^ooi c&^ ^ GDI yi 
o5^oo8^ ; a good housekeeper, SS<^^ 

HouseTceep-ing, n. mSo% oo^ gi odi od c8i oo|5 

House'Iess, a. cS^dBoocS^odcS^. 
House'-maid, n. SSfjScDiooooobSodcBto&^SicB 

House'-room, n. o&^(poiiwc8^q3^ooio&^^i, 
House'-top, 9. o&^8^. 
House'-w§rm'ing, n. 02^o3iyio3^o2^(g^op|S 

dS, Qio2|S§o9i^<fiSadaoi^oo^3D^ c8 001 oo 

House'wife, n. g)coioM^65^8(88a»8^, %kx^^ 
o^ioii; a female who is a good manag- 

er of a family, SS^^pcoiOdoStojiflg^opioo 

House'wife-ry, n. o:)^fJtoo^«icoi(»c8ia>^<jp 

House^wright, n. a builder, <^i^co8So}coiodoo 

Hov'el, n. o5^o902tg[t8^bo28GC>S,boo2SbocB^. 

Hov'er (huVer), v. t. to hang over or about 
fluttering or flapping the wings, ojioi 
8iooioo^88j5 ; as, the bird hovered over 
her nest, c8^8SySc3gioi8iooioocg88^ ; to 
move about near a place, cS^^cii^gi 


How, adv. in what manner, 5c6p,«ioDtScbp, 
oSSc6|5; how much? cotoolcb^, how 
great? oosS^cfe^, by what means? ooig 

jKfcjS.cDojSc^jS. See c8i. 9: 9. ytnf. 

Sc6^. See j^x. o: jq. 

How-be'it, conj. nevertheless, yet, but, how- 
ever, oS^5oDojS^8i,oScoS^. 

How-eVer, How-so-eVer, adv. oSac>|5cop, a>^ 
cD^Ss; he says he is ill, he cannot come; 
however it be, he must come a minute, 
Odbiso3io^Qxoo(^, 03lcboo(^a>|S,giooc^^ 

How'dah, n. a3c8oet^,oos8oo8ioo^. 

How'itz-er, n. (<3o©iS) ^Sij^Sao^ooojSoDiajiS 
d8 bombshell ooiod^i. 

Howl, V. i. to cry as a dog or a wolf, cS^cgi; 
as a person in anguish, to wail, coo^ 
|p,cBtoo2i<J3|5o9^oDiioo^; to roar, as the 
wind, aoo5i^^ooo|t; a howling wilder- 
ness, y^f^ooi^i,c8^o902^,(fi^88oo^c8^. See 
381. 9j: 00.. 

Hoy, n. ooc88oDcoo^5c8|5o6o2foDogf8i. int. 

See HoLLOo. 

Hub^ w. of a wheel, c^^^^08,g^ooc8s. 

HubTjub, n. a tumult, an uproar, m^xSSco 

COSdBf ,ODSdBpglg[l@a@l, CoSoDldBp 031 

H&ck'le-bone, n. the hip-bone, <B^o6S8|Sooi]5« 
Huck'ster, n. a peddler, a hawker, yicoiodoen 

a,e,!,6,ii,y,long; a|e,i,6,u,y, short; c&re, fir, last, f§ll, wh^t; tfa^re, vgil, tfrm; pique; d6ne, f6r, 

Digitized by 





Hiid'dle, v. t. to perform in haste and disor^ 
der, tfifs^^Siof^ooDi ; to collect in a 

hurry, |^t^p,|^t^|So{^oooi. , v. i. to 

come together in hurried disorder, 
crowd, |^8^^ooo3tQ^Sc5o2i ^s^^ooodsoooq 

c^. , n. a crowd, a tumult, oo^|>t^^ 


Hue, ft. color, tint, dye, ooc^S; a red color, 
Odc^^Si; a rousing cry, an outcry, oo^ 
cStoc^cS^, bioD^; a hue and cry, oo^cBso 

Huff. V. t. to swell, puflfup, oSodoocooaiooiSs 
Qioo^o3^800^; to hector, bully, wiyioi^ 
^^^. , M. a rage, oo^oosS^oo^oo^i. 

Huffish, Huffy, a. petulant, arrogant, wioos 

Hug, V. t. to grasp in the arms or paws, em- 
brace, 81, cx^, 8t«oS, o^QoS; to hug the 
shore, 6bicx>iooi^ot|i, cbiooioaiS ox con. 
, n. See Hug, v. t. 

Huge, a. very great, enormous, immense, 
vast, 8^8^dBdS,8^ajxSaDooS,8^oDkio98i. 

Huge'ness, n. oDSa3|^c:giSc^Scf^S,oDS8f 8^c8c8. 

Hulk, n. ood88^y^,ooc8ooioi. 

Hull, w. the frame of a ship, oocfi8Sy^,cn)c8oo 
o^\ the outer covering of a nut, oao^ ; 

of grain, the husk, »5,oo5t,ooojp5S* 

, V. t. to shell, cSaogSooo^, cSsogSo© 

Hum, V. i. to make the sound of bees, drone, 
buzz, dB^S(^8ioD^iooo88,d8^l|S^^,cS^<j^ 

<|P. , V. t to sing in a low voice, 

0^^coldS|5oo^5o2isD8cB58; to impose on. 

See Humbug* , n. the noise of bees, 

^^?l?l? 5^^ m^\ ooo8«. , int. 

ahem, hem, ooi|5; as, do you say that? 
Humy Q^f&tS|^o1. oDi^. 

Hu'man, a. having the qualities of man, g8^ 
8tc^oog8aai)^ooi^, cB^SsyioogSoQc^oooo^ ; 
pertaining to mankind, oo^toiStyiDdgS. 

Hu'man-kind, n, the human race, ^ico^odco 

Hu-mane', a. kind, compassionate, tender, 
merciful, cSSSsdo^bjpoo^tootcx) ^i, 00^ 
o^^oo^flgSod^itStytoo^od o8f • 

Hu-man'i-ty, n. the nature of man, ^od^od 
^ooi^,yioo^9d^^e^,^oo^; mankind, the 
race of man, yico^ooooo^coc^S ; ten- 
der feelings, o^ISod^ioo^oo^ ootoo^ioo^ 

Hu'man-ize, v. t. to render human or hu- 
mane, s^tcS^Ssyico^oooot, ^tcSSSst/ioo^ 

0dO2^0d0D^;^tQS^88yiO9^00)>^Q011, !^8cB^8t 

Hu'man-ly, adv. SyioD^ooo98d3pbodo88,S»oo^ 

tD888yi09^ )i»o8t* 

Hum'-bird, Hum'ming-bird, n. <8f goDoSio^cD 

Hum'ble, a. low, oo8poac8oo|S,a30Dioo66oo€8^, 
oo^tD88iooSoo§poago5; mean, unpretend- 
ing, oooioooS, odoDtoo8iooc8p, od 00 (^ o 
080091; lowly, not proud, meek, c8^8t 
oo^c8^c8io»oo8, oooSc8|Sc8odooioo|S, o^fx 
008 i^t* , v. t to abase, degrade, 

mortify, humiliate, ^ ^i, qi^ |5c8iooc8^, 
QtcSpcSi; tomake lowly in mind, wicS^ 


Hum'ble-bee, n. a bumblebee, ooq,ooq^oool. 
Hum'ble-ness, n. humility, meekness. See 

Humble, a. 
Hum'bleg, w. ooio^^ootdSiod^. 
Hum'bug, V. t. to deceive, cajole, hoax, trick, 

cSooSoioo?. , w. a trick, a hoax, ooS 

Hum'drum, n. a stupid, a drone, ^loocBoo 

cB|5,9iooo!2^>yiooooi^. — ^ — , a. dull, stu* 

pid, oo^oj^oocS^. ^ 

Hu'mer-us, n« ooSoogioooS. 
Hu'mer-al, a. oo^cc>e88 humerus. 
Hu'mid, a. damp, moist, oo|58^; damp with 

perspiration, oooii{^8^. 
Hu»mid'i-ty, n. dampness, moisture, oo^8jS 

oo^do|S8^. See Humid. 

Digitized by 





Ha^^mU'l-ate, v, t to humble, depress, i^icS^ 

Ha-nul'i-a-ftmgy a. hrnnbling, mortifyingi 00^ 

Hu-mfl'i-a'tion, n, the act of humbling, mor- 
tification, 09^tft«8^c8ioo^ ; the state of 
being humbled, weakness, oo^cS^cStod 
odt^o^^OD^dB^cSi; Uie act of putting to 
shame, oo^s^t^Sc^t. 

Hu«mil'i*ty, n. lowliness, diffidence, modesty, 

Qilm'mock, n. See Hokmock. 

Hu^mor, n. a fluid of the body, od^c&coiooso 
gDJSodocjP; a cutaneous eruption, m^coS 
m^t o^^^cS^; a peculiar temperament, 
temper, mood, disposition, o^icB^gS^S 
»iS|icSid6o|Sa>S ; a tarn for the ludi- 
crous, oo^^|['i<^ic6ifiyt. 

Hu'mor, 1^. t to comply with the changing 
temper of another, SS^toiodd ; to in- 
dulge, gratify, o2iyioiooo98ooiOMi>iG8tdB 
o^TO^oo^ ; to acconamodate, favori qiS 

Hu'mor-ist, n. one who follows his own 
changing temper, yiooiodc^ioo^o^obo^ 

ODi^OOcS^cS^boOOlCO^OOOXt 09 Q\ 00^ Od oi ; 

one who indulges humor in his speech, 
a wag, a droll fellow, yio9ifl^|^^ooc8i 

Hu'mor-ofis, a, jocular, playful, whimsical, 
c^8t humor. 

Hu'mor-oiis-nesSi n» whimsicalness, joculari- 
ty, o9^ooioM8^8t humor, o^Wie^oo^wt 
8i humor. 

Hu'mor-some, a. influenced by the present 
humor, capricious, odd, facetious, ^^S 
Qx^opooo9tc8^cl^bado8t; petulant, ^^^ 

Hump, n. the protuberance of a crooked 
back, a hunch, co^c^^boojiiODf <2!^0M9t»o2i 
i»^t*.a bunch, a laimp, a protuberance, 
o3^^8dB^, o^^»oi%o>\fc9SS^; protu- 

berance on the neck of cattle, od8S,oo^ 

Hump'bad^, n.^^SdB^, ^Sodojt. 

Hunch, 1^. t. to thrust with the fist, punch, 

dBjdB^cgScDifS^; to pushwith the elbow, 

. nudge, cSoDiffi^s; to hunch up the 

back, oSto^^dB^^; to hunch up the 

shoulders, cot dB^S go 8^, cot 08^ S f) 8^. 

, n. a thrust with the fist, a punch, 

ooScS^cDi {8^; with the elbow, a 

nudge, oa^d8<oi^i^i|S9, od^^^o^^conffi^ 

IIunch'back,,n. See Kvmjpbaok. 

Hund'red, n« coooi; a^ one hundred, ooo. 

Hund'redth, a. txAcoQxa>i»^\o8^coco<»\. 

Hun'ger, 1^. i« to feel ike want of food, fam- 
ish, 00^8^^09^001^^^, o^Soo^itodODt, gB^oi 

cBSf 1 ; to long for, ^^t^jCo^^S. j n. 

ooicopoi,oo^op^&i09^i; a strong and ea- 
ger desire, 4»S8{S^t^,o9^»i|S. 

Hiin'gry, a. a hungry person, yicSp^icS^ex. 

Hunks, n. yi6S,c/i6Syxr8,^i65yia3f^. 

Hunt, V. f « to chase or search for wild ani** 
mals, o^^^^^^MpScS^Soooiodo^; to pur- 
sue in order to catch, c2X|02i8p ; to 
search in order to find, c^cg^^og^cft^ 
ajt. —Hunt after or for, to seek, look 
for, o^t^t 98^®i^^9** — Hunt down, to 
drive, cji®5, wiooiwidByiopiytcSio^icSt 

cBi. , n. chase, pursuit, search, od^ 

o2«6t«i2d8a>^8cS^8ootfio9o^. See Hunt. 
V. t. 

Hunt'er, n. a sportsman, a huntsman, yxdt 

Hiint'ing, n. chasing, seeking, searching, 00^ 

Hunt'ing-h6rn, n. c^ooij^xdtooSSojb. 
Hiint^ress, f^oto9W,8S^^oOtox5^ytoi«S8. 
Hiints'man, n. ^xoko^S. 
Hfb/dle, n, a texture of twigs, Woxox, ^oi 

oxo9^c^e9Q9iODio^8xd^8i; a kind of sled, 

^100000^0015^10^109^001 00^. 

M>b6ffl>y,lang; M|5»o^j^, short; oAre, far, ltot,f§llg wh^t; ai6re,Tfiil,t«nn; pique; d6ne,fftr, 

Digitized by 





HArl, t;. t. to fling with violence, cgSoo^aj^ 

HAr'ly-bdr'ly, n. tumult, confusion, ooSodioo^ 
cx)ic8i, ooS8S^Sooio8^o)^^c^So)^^c^c85oo 


HAr-rah', Hftr-ra, int. huzza, ooSc88oojd8^ooi 

Hftr'ri-cane, n. a tempest, ooo5i^Sooy|SoD^i, 

co<g|5oD(g5,ooo5i^SojooSoj^oDooi^ . 
Hflr'ried-ly, adv. in a hurried manner, oocg 

Hftr'ry, v. i. to do hastily, «iooScx)o5odc^1,oi 
ooSo^Sooo\,QiooS^. , i;.^. to acceler- 
ate movement, hasten, quicken, expe- 
dite, q^ewicoS^ooop^, qswi ooSc^ic^i, od^,od^ 
co6p; as, hurry on the elephant, od^oosS. 
— Hurry away, to cause to leave hasti- 
ly, q^«oD8c8[)o§5g^; to carry oflF hastily, 
SSngSg^. , n. haste, speed, expedi- 
tion, ooSu^,ooSo^Soo5i,oo^^5s^^8,<»Scx)^ 

Hi\rt, V. t. to give pain, bruise, wound, «iool, 
qs8c5); to impair, mar, harm, wiSoooicoit, 
«icos8ioob8; to injure, «ioo88iooS,qiooi 

coS. , n. a bruise, a wound, ooS 

oo^a51<p^ic8S,oo^cD|S8oa^ic8S; that which 
gives pain, odSqiooIodS; injury, damage, 
harm, detriment, oo^qiooi«ioo«8iodS. 

H&rt'ful, a. pernicious, harmful, injurious, 
baneful, destructive, coioo«iso)ooS,coioo 


Hfir'tle, V. i. to clash, jostle, cd^8c8Soo^o6« 
c85,CD^aD«S5(28; to skirmish, (^«cSSboo8j5 


Hijs'band, n. oi. , v. t to npend or use 

frugally, oj^oo^oo^o8^a5c8Sc6^,ooq^8ooiSoo^ 

Hus'band-man, n. a farmer, a cultivator, <j>i 


Hus'band-ry, w. the cultivation of the ground, 
agriculture, tillage, ooS«i^8«iJ5, ooS«i 
coicPoopco8§80jj^Scjj8ooS ; thrift, man- 

agement, OOS ©^g8p00So8 00^ Ol S 088 00 (^ 

Hush, a. silent, still, quiet, cSpc§^,c8^:§^co 

ooS. , V. t. to still a noise, silence, 

@^, oDOoSoooi, dboDoi; to make calm, 

quiet, allay, q^8Q8^c8aDoo5,i^8G8^oi^oooi^. 

, int. be still, 068. 

Hush'-mon'ey, w. a bribe to secure silence, s 

ooiyioo^oi5o88ooDoSoojSooS0so^oo5i oi 00 

Hush'up, v. t. q^8QS^^^opioo^8o»c^J5, QioS Qio 

Husk, n. hull, rind, chaff, oo8oo^(^S,^^i^8i. 

, V. t. to hull, QicgSoo»,€Stog5ooo8; 

to husk maize, c88og5o25ooo8,o^^cg5o2o 


Husk'i-ness, n. harshness, hoarseness, coSSp 

eo, ooSo58gSo58@S. See Husky. 
Husk'ing, n. ooSojjBng5a25c»o8, 

Husk'y, a. abounding in husks, cfi^StoooG^H 
0^)03(^5; dry as husks, c8ioScoi^,e)oS»OD 
088 ; husky as the voice, hoarse, ooog^oo 


Hus-sar' (hooz-zar'), n. 0288ooodo2Sooic»88Cd 

Hus'sy, n. a wench, a jade, 8S^oDi9doo8Soo 

dS^oof 00^. See Huswife. 
Hus'tings, n. (coiS©o5^ 05 c8^ci 51008^ 0i8|5(fij5 

§p^cx)io5o8|So8^ood8, o8poc/^coioooj^ ©2^5 

Hus'tle (hus'l), V. t. to shake together, oo|i 
c8iooi, oo^tcSiooojSoo^; to push in a 
crowd, crowd, 8S^oo|8c8So^oo80Diy\8S^S 

Hiis'wife (huz'zif), n. a worthless woman, 8S 
^^oDi oogioD^oocSiooSoo^. See also 

Hut, n. a hovel, a cabin, a cottage, 06^000^8 

Hutch, n. a chest, a box, a bin, oocoloDiyioS 

oDooioo^i; a rabbit-hutch, oboooi8. 
Huz-za', n. See Hubbah. 

dojWolf; furl, rude, push; exo. gilent; § as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; § as z; x asgz; nas in linger. 

Digitized by 





Hy'a-jinth, n: the plant, SooodojS; a precious 

stone, coiSoiooooojS. 
Hy'a-des, w. oopoi^S. 
Hy'brid, w. a mongrel, ooSooScoiooSSodoSoooS 

Hy'dra, n. ocBicS^SsoaS^oalcgi^. 

Hy'dra-gogue, n. cooo^c^coiooqsobcSioocxnool 

Hy-drau'lics, n. (obigoSs) ooSo^p ooS soscoi od 

0}^^ gioo^esoo^SooiSgioQiooodSoDSi. 
Hy'dro-9ele, w. coS^soo. 
Hy'dro-jeph'a-lus, n. ooScolcoioo^sgpcoiS^cx)^ 

Hy'dro-gen, w. (obgio*^ oS (gas)oo§coio»c%^ 


Hy-drog'ra-pher, n. <^iooia5oo8pcb^8iojboDOi, 

(^looiodgioi^f^oi^ hydrography. 
Hy-drog'ra-phy, n. ooSoD8fcb^88o68i^8ioo8i 

Hy-drSro-gy, w. oDSoj^ojcoioj^cgloD^oo^ijosSg 

Hy'dro-mel, w. oo^88«o5. 

Hy-drom'e-ter, w. (o6iB«ooiS) ^^cB^ooioodB^ 
^^oo^oo^e)Ds88o68i^8ioooDioo§, od 00) 00 §1 

Hy-drom'e-try, w. (o6ig«@i) odScSJS ^^ 00^ oo|5 

O0t8tOo8l^8l0dQD10O^0OO0lO0i^l 88§ ^^ oSs CO 

Hy-drop'a-thist, n. ooodooc^^ySoisoo^oooSs^ioD 

OlCOICPQlO^OJlOO^Sf*^^^^ ^''^^'^?^'^* 

Hy-drop'a-thy, n. ooSgio^lojioDSocSlcOiooQibob 

Hy'dro-ph6'bi-&, n. ooS«n<3lSog^, oDSacHc^dB^ 

Hy'drop-sy, w. ooScol^soo. 

Hy'dro-scope, n. oDOi^*coio&qi^^c8fcoiooc5i 

Hy'dro-stat'ics, n. (o6Sieooto55) oDSojpojoDloo 

^^(gloD^dCg^ o58l^Q10O?X)10d§. 

Hy-e'na, n. co^ScBSSoDooajSoaojSooSicSioSooi 


Hy-ge'ian, a. co^v:>i9to<i\^%9icoSoS\%%(B^9jil^ 

Hy'gi-ene', n. ooSoS^ooSdSoDpwDsSgo^SSoStoooj 

Hy-grom'e-ter, n. ooSc8p|poo^8^cx)So6cS^coi 
(atmosphere) oasoiSoooo^oaogl. 

Hy'men, w. Myth, the god of marriages, oo»S 

GDI GdO100^0D^^88t00^0000^^,O^lO(^^i8b. 

Hy-men-e'al,Hy'men-e'an, a. oo^ooiSsodSooooS 

Hymn, w. a sacred lyric or song, oo^ootopis 

o@n. , V. t. to worship or praise 

in song, sing, ooso^iscS^o^iioo^. 
Hyp, w. melancholy, ooScolooooajSooiootti^i 

cSioDsoooSoDocn. , V. t. «l§lc8lOD««6S 



Hy-per'bo-le, n. (obioiSoooSi), exaggeration, 
ooScwcBio^SoDcoajScoioooocfii ojS cB ooS, 00 


Hy'per-bol'ic, Hy'per-bol'ic-al, a. oof cot8t hy- 
Hy'per-bo're-an, a, northern, very cold, frigid, 


Hy'per-crit'ic, a. over-critical, odiooo^^^^^^ 

QS00iyiOlQ100^00<^1^8|^^3d ©18. , ft. a 

captious censor, (^lODiOdo^oofoD^ooQ^ooi 

(/lQlO3^00^1^8(bf dBsODO 1 • 

Hy'per-crit'ic-al, a. See Hypebcbitic. 

Hy'phen, n. (o6^^oSoD^o^foDi05^f<jj1c8fooSo3 
c3i9c8|^od8o^^o28 d3S od 038 S oSi ; house- 
roof. 65f -8^ . 

Hyp'o-chon'dri-a, n. (obSicB^ooi) oo^otf) oooo 
o{SQic6iq98c8ic8iooo8, »itoiooo88toj^|Soo^ 
a>80D^aDf, ^§Scfec8fbcoiooiScDi5 (diges- 
tion) 009100^0018, yxop^(B8bGDioo^8o1:^f 
00181. See Hyp. 

Hyp'o-chon'dri-ac, n. c/iooioooo^oo^ocnSodSSp 

Hy-poc'ri-sy, n, simulation, dissimulation, oo^ 

Hjrp'o-crlte, n. a dissembler, a deceiver, a 
cheat, (/icSoo^S. 

&,e,i,6,u,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, ^short; c&re, far, last, f§ll, what; th^re, vgil, term; pique; d6iie, f6r, 

Digitized by 





Hyp'o-crit'ic, Hyp'o-crit'ic-al, a. simulating, 

oo^ooiSscQooSoiodS; person, yioSuioo 


Hyp'o-gas'tric, a. oo^oosSsoo^ooi obDi oi ^icoi 

Hy-pot'e-nuse, n. (o6i8oog5) oD^coi^i^cDcb^, 
CO! (line)ooc8ooooiSoo8. 

Hy-p6th'e-8i8, n. (obi85oo©5), theory, supposi- 
tion, assumption, ooSoooorgS, odS^SooS 

Hy'po-thet'ic, Hy'po-thef ic-al, a. conditional, 
suppositional, oo^oDsSsoo^odcaicig^oo^^oo^ 

Hy'son, n. ooSosooooo^S. 

Hys-ter'ics, n. pi. hysteria, ooScS^ooooo^Sooi 
oooo|S8Sf^GDiooo^o30o|So&oooo^ad«8, 009 

Hys-ter'ic, Hys-ter'ic-al, a. subject to hyster- 
ics, cSjSSs hysterics, pertaining to hyster- 
ics, oD^fjosSs hysterics. 

do, W9lf; furl, rude, push; ei.o. silent; 5 as s; 9h as sh^ g as j; g as in get; g as z;5 as gz; e as in linger. 

Digitized by 



I, pron. nam. od, b\ as, I love, odo6|5. 
I-at'ric, I-at'ric-al, a. medical, oo^oogSsoooSp, 

rbex, n. oDioSi^SobscbsoooioDODO^S. 

fbid, I-bi'dem, adv. Lat. in the same place, 

I'bis, n. cSjSoooDcjSjcS^cosbS. 

Ice, w. congealed water, o5c8iooc»i. , v. t. 

j^C^03^0d8S^8800^QDlo2S8soScX>pOOl, Ql 001 

I9e'berg, n. o6c8ioooDioocBSc8^o88^ooi8pc6^<i^i. 
l9e'-bound, a. cB^Sic&cSiooooiosoo^scSi; as, an 

ice-bound ship, oocScbiooi^oDc^oof, oS 


I9e'-cream, w. ooS jSo6c8^8«ooo8oo1ej588ooS oo 

5^00801 O9tflOl880D^(X>^q^88^c6l Opl 00c8l 00 

l9e'-house, n. 001800191085^060810000100105^15 


Ich-nog'ra-phy, n. oo8ioDiooc^8^pc5foioiooi8 

Ich-neu'mon, n. oo^8f8S8coio»^Sc8oo^Sc8oooo 

I'chor, w. (o588^) 00^068^0010080^^000^. See 

I'chor-ous, a. serous, samous, cSioSooi ichor, 

oo^»888 ichor. 
Ich'thy-og'ra-phy, n. o55oof?30«88?^8iQ^8ioo 

lch'thy-61'o-gy, n. (oSSooc8joo8f»i)ooSoj^oo^oo8 
001001^8^^ (gl c8^§^8i^SSioo o^ooc^i . 

r9i-cle (i'si-kl), n. o6c6i8icoiooooic8|Sd8ooS. 

r9i-nes8, n. See Icy, a. 

I'9y> ^. abounding in ice, c8p8io6c8iooooiorfl 
odIooobS; consisting of ice, g8^88o6c8ioo 
001; freezing, cold, frosty, 8^opiooq8c8i 
ooooiooS; Fig. destitute of affection, 


chilling, indifferent, oo^|588oo^3b^ooSflg 
I'd, I would, I had, «i^^c8ioo^ooc8ioc8oSi5 

I-de'a, n. an object of perception recollect- 
ed, (cibioodi) 00^001006^00^00^000101010) 
oo^o&8i€8^^c8^opiooiooo8^i; a thought, 
a notion, a conception, ooSs8oo8^,ooSo5 

I-de'al, a. intellectual, mental, imaginary, oop 
O0888oo^ooioo6^o0ioo8o5^(j2i,oo^o0888 idea. 
, n. a standard or model of duty, 

0O^O0lOO8(^c8l00l0d OlOOOO^OpiO^(^So sS 03 

8^ooio@i8qi88g8i. See Beau Ideal. 
I-de'al-ism, n. (oc8S©oi) SoS8oo^o3o88ooS^Sod^ 

OOlOO^c88 00 tflb80O^O0866 8802^88008. 

I-de'al-ist, n. an idealizer, yioOioa^SooScoioo^ 

c880lbsd^So88oo8^00^00oS8, OO^SoO^OO^ COt 

88800^^000100^, c^iooioof Soo^S idealism it 

boao88. See Idea. 
I'dem, Lat. ooc8ioBoo^,So88,oooiA 
l-den'tic-al, a. the same, not different, So8t, 

oo6i«8,ooc8ioBoo^,oo^oo888 identity. 
I-den'ti-fy, v. t. to prove the same, il»^<gloo^ 

I-den'ti-ty, n. (o6ij^ooooi) sameness, ooSooioo 

Id est, Lat. that is (ooooSo5|Sc8ioS, i. e.) cot^. 

Id'i-o-9y, n. 00800008, o8^d8c8oo^oooj,^Soooi^i 

Id'i-om. n. oocSiooSooo^S; Karen idiom, yiro 

^000^5, or, yico^oocSioo^ooogS. 
Id'i-o-mat'ic, Id'i-o-mat'ic-al, a. oopoo888idioin, 

Id'i-o-path'ic, a. 00^00888 idiopathy, 00^ cot 81 


ft,e,i,6,H,y, long; a,e,i,6,u,j^, short; cfire, far, list, fgU, what; there, vgil, term; pique; done, f6r, 

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Id-i-6p-a-thy, n. ((»80(fi8oooi)ooS8o18S(^S, coScol 


Id'i-o-syn'cra-sy, n. idiocrasy, <x>Soo«ioo^2)08 
SsyioooicpojSoaoDScoioocSioBSsc^ioi a^G^ 

id'i-ot, «• a natural fool, a simpleton, c^iodcS 
ooc8^, c^ioa<g|Sooooo25o»ODtooso8, «ic8«i88 

Id-i-6t'ic, a. foolish, sottish, qio^cxjsS idiot od 

id'i-ot-ism, a. See Idiom, also Idiocy* 

Me, a. not working, unemployed, odc^, od 

c^cx)^; lazy, indolent, slothful, ooijS; 

unoccupied, 00S0800S «i 00 gS^, S^ 00 ci8 ; 

useless, vain, trifling, oocxj||]^8Qa§^ooG8{5, 

oDSSaDcS^aD^ooSoo^. , v. t. to idle 

away time, waste, consume, oioDiScgS 


I'dle-ness, n. indolence, sloth, laziness, coS 

Fdler, n. one who does nothing, (^iodio^ooqi 
c3oS|oo6ia>^§8G8^o^o&ooSS|p; a lazy per- 
son, a sluggard, yi3dooi^, yioDi3dODD8 

Tdol, n. an image used as an object of wor- 
ship, ooS8i,ooS8iooS8^; an object of ex- 
cessive attachment, ooSoo6iSiodioj^^^8 

I-dol'a-ter, n. yiooiooo3)ooS8i,yioOioooola)9^ 

OoS,yiCOlO» OOlooSoD0^80oSoOC>5J^. 

I-dol'a-tress, n. SS^f^cDigaoolooSSi. 

I-dora-troiis, a. pertaining to idolatry, cd^co8 
8100)03^81 ; pertaining to excessive at- 
tachment, CD^^8S8(d^O^Sc8oO^. 

I-dol'a-try, n. the worship of idols, caScolooS 
SioaojSooooS, ooSoj^odSS ool 00 oi ooV, ex- 
cessive attachment, odSj^^ojScBooS. 

I'dol-ize, V. t. o5cfeooSSa)©So©o88; to love to ex- 
cess, ^^ojScBooS. 

if, covj. oS ; suppose that* oo^S^p ; whether 
or not, §^91,0101; if you go, ^q^c6i88; if 
you go or not, ^o6ioSoi,cx>c6ioSoi. 

Vne-ous, a. pertaining to fire, O3pco888oj5o|; 

consisting of fire, G8f88o^oj; resem 
bling fire, c8io5odio^o|. 
Ig-ne8'9ent, a. scintillating, o^co^cS^, oSoS 

Ig'nis-fat'u-us, n. ^loj, oS(ga8) oooDojSc^cfi^coi 

Ig-nite', V. i. to take fire, <^ic6^. , v. t. 

to kindle, q^sc^ioS^.sB^c^icS^. 

Ig-ni'tion, n. ooSc^ic6j5,ooSs8jS(^ic8^. 

Ig-no'ble, a. of low birth, degenerate, cd^oo8 
Ssyioo^jBooooB; base, disgraceful, shame- 
ful, mean, coi(»cdiod8iodg8j5. 

Ig'no-min'i-ous, a. dishonorable, infamous, 
despicable, ooit»coico8ioo88i,oDiooooi(» 
08,08^8800^^5 35805 c8^ . 

Ig'no-min'y, n. dishonor, shame, infamy, odS 

001O3S\0088l, C0Sc8l6[lS, OoScQlC^^ COJS 001, 


Ig'no-ra'mus, n. (^ioood^q1od^8^o2ooooS,cj>icx)i 

Ig'no-ran9e, n. want of knowledge, ooSojp^ 
oog8^, coSgioiS^^oiSoDcS^ ; moral dark- 
ness, a>So2^©too8©8, o^^^^g^«^^ oo o^S oo 

Ig'no-rant, a, ooioDSojp^ooc8p,ooS|ioiS^Soi^ 

Ig-nore', v. t. oScfeooSooioc^^glSoooc^PQloo^ 

I-gua'na, w. See Guana. 

ll'i-ac, a. ooPe)0888^S8cx>icoioi^icoicoS8oo8, 
00^00888 ilium. 

Il'i-iim, n. Anat. ySSooojSo^oi. 

Ill, a. evil, wicked, bad, wrong, ooi,o30i, oojS 

e308880DcoiSoo^T ; diseased, ccJI. , w. 

(nat.) a>S§^ooSoo5,oo^oo8o^8,ooSob6oooi,oo 

ooooi5oo^,ooS8j80oScol,oaSoDoioo^. , 

adv. not properly, oo@i8oooop; not eas- 
ily, r8f8^^. 

Ill'-bred, a. impolite, uncivil, ^jSqiooSodioo 
?)5odooico(]S^,odc^^odOO^oooi, oOiOdoo88|,^ 

lU'-breed'ing, n. unpoliteness, indecorum. 
See Illbeed. 

dojwolf ; furl, rude, push; exo. silent; 9 as s; 9h as sh; g as j; g as in get; s as z; x asgz; n as in linger.- 

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lU'-blood, w. resentment, ooSoD8og,ooSoD8ojj5. 
Il-lapse', n. g5,oo^^^jS,oD^c8i^^j5,ooSc8ij5. 
iria-tive, a. inferential, conclusive, cd^odbSj 
c^SsBpoS^ooScoiooo^^loooSooo^i 8$ c8^ 00 

Il'-laud'a-ble, a. worthy of censure or dis- 
praise, C0@1S00^§80oS©8O@11, OOOIOOOS 

iU'-con-di'tioned, a. sickly, weak, feeble, oo 
€8^8j^G8^^,6^©San©% oooi^ooogiioo^, oo« 

JU'-dis-posed', a. evil-minded, malicious, ma- 
lignant, odioooj^oj^odsodIooS, cx>8o:>c8io 

IHe'gal, a. contrary to law, unlawful, illicit, 

C0l00ODOJc8S88:8500p88o8^ C» OoS o8^ OD^dB, 

irie-gal'i-ty, n. unlawfulness, oo^oooj^c8588c8S 

Il-leg'i-ble, a. ooioasooc^. 
Il'le-gTt'i-ma-jy, n. See Illegitimate. 
ll'le-git'i-mate, a. illegal, unauthorized, oooS 

ooc8, OD^oo88802^oj^ilooo5oo^o8^oGSdS; 

an illegitimate child, a bastard, oiooi8, 


Il'le-git'i-mate, v. t. to bastardize, «i(jjlo§^ 


Ill'-fajed, a. ugly, ^5oDpoooicD^,oo^5a>oDicD^. 

lU'-fa'vored, a. deformed, ugly, oooj^oaSioooi. 

Il-lib'er-al, a. not free or generous, close, 
niggardly, mean, ooto5,oD«oSa)8c8 ; not 
candid, not catholic, ooiodco^^S66oDiod 

O9e^9^b,00oSc^ (^1 OlOdOO^ 001 ooi^oooi* 

Il-lib'er-al'i-ty, n. contractedness, meanness, 
parsimony. See Illibebal. 

Il-li9'it, a. unlawful, illegal, oocjc8588c8Soo^88 
oo^oSfooScS, ooc8ooc8ioD^, ooiooo^^^^sHo 

Il-lim'it-a-ble, a. boundless, immeasurable, in- 
finite, Goio^oosoiooojoo^,8j5o6oSidb|i,Od1 


Il-lit'er-ate, a. ignorant, unlearned, ooc^o5S 

lU'-in-ten'tioned, a. spiteful, malevolent, re- 
sentful, O2^c8jSo8c8l00^O01QaOD9100^. 

lll'-look'ing, a. bad-looking, ooj5e)088tooSogSoo 

Ill'-nat'ure, n. enmity, malevolence^ ootoooi. 
Ill'-nat'ur6d, a. peevish, cross, surly, oosoooi 

lU'ness, n. sickness, disease, malady, oo^sol, 


Il-16g'i-cal, a. a)c8iooSo&c8Sooc^ooo3^,oioj^b« 
iU'-o'mened, a. unlucky, unpropitious, unfor- 
tunate, G0^OD88800^»l0d00800OlQlC010>'^^ 

lU'-starred, a. ill-fated, unlucky, ooiodobooo^ 

E-lude,' V. t. to deceive, mock, «ioo9)i5,oo«S 

Il-lume', Il-lu'mine, v. t. to illuminate, «iod 

Il-lu'mi-nate, v. t. to enlighten, throw light 
on, q«oo8ic8p, q^8(jpc8^ ; to adora with 
lights, q80D8ic8 jSodS ooiojSojorf) oil od c6S ; 
to illustrate a book with pictures, $^8coi 
oD8ic8^o5588ooS8iSOTiSjiorf)oo1oD6b5 ; to 
elucidate the meaning of, explain, ^% 

Il-lu'mi-na'tion, w. that which gives light, 00^ 
odioo(}^80d8ic8j5 00^ ; brightness, lustre, 
splendor, coSj^,oo^od8i; the impartation 
of intellectual light, a>Sq^80D8ic8pyioaojjS 
050D8 ; the impartation of divine light, 
oo^Qioo8ic8^ooo80Diooc6oDicgiod(]S^. See 

Il-lu'sion, n. delusion, mockery, hallucina- 
tion, co^oooS5o3<j[pboooS8oo|5, ooSoof ^08, 
See Illude. 

Il-lu'sive, Il-lu'so-ry, a. deceitful, false, fal- 
lacious, O0100C^O00C^0O9)c^l,00^00»88OOC^S 
00^,OOg^OO^§00(]j)bOdo88, ooiooc8|,^oo^. 

Il-lutt'trate, v. t. to brighten with light, qtco 
8id8|5ooS; to brighten with honor, glo- 
rify, make illustrious, q^8ojc8^0Dlc8iy\c» 

i,e,i,6,ii,y,long; a,e,i,6,ii,y, short; cfire, far, last, fgU, what; th^re, veil, term; pique; d6ne, f6r> 

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6i»aD^ooiooQ8^§8ooSooioo8i SoaiSgi ; to 
elucidate the meaning of, explain, ex- 
emplify, ^jS(glc8^ooSaa9o^. 

Il'lus-tra'tion, n, explanation, elucidation, an 
engraving, a picture. See Illubteate. 

H-liis'tra-tive, a. exemplifying, explaining, 
oo^oD8§« illustration, coiooQKjjT^^cjjpo^oS 

H-lus'tri-oSs, a. luminous, splendid, distin- 
guished, famous, noted, eminent, oS^Ss 

Wage, n. a representation, a likeness, a 
copy, an idol, oo8i; an object conceived 
in the mind, ooSco^cdioods; a semblance, 
an appearance, ooSs8cx>8^oDioo8o6S<j^iSi5 
ob^co^a^cSt ; a reflected image, ooSooq^. 
, V. t. See Imagine. 

Im'age-ry, n. sensible representation, co^qz 
<glc8^ooSo5ioD^§ioo oS o& 8S ooi oo^ 8i ; re- 
presentations in writing or speech, fig- 
ures of speech, oD^^jStglcS^ooSoSiooSgioa 

Im'age-w6r'ship, n. idolatry, odSooIodSSi. 

Im-ag'i-na-ble, a. cd^oo8ooScoios8od8^oj,odio 

Im-ag'i-na-ry, a, ideal, fanciful, visionary, un- 
real, oDoSooS|S|^oo^,o^oboo^sBoD8f8i* 

Im-ag'i-na'tion, n. the faculty of the mind 
by which it forms ideas from previous, 
conception, ((»p«80i|^i^) "oS^^ooosodu 
q6\ faculty ooioos8ro8^a>So5noSoo8iOD; Ss 
o^ooojSo©8ic8i;'^ oSco8oooo8od8iooio5c8oo 
8^ooSopio^<J)So5(^8cfec8^ooSoo«ioi 00 OjS 05 
* 8i|^o0Tcx)8c6S(^ic8i; a conception in the 
mind, a conceit, a fancy, an idea, ooS 
<boB^c8j5c8coia)8oS^<i^i ; contrivance, de- 
vice, ooSoj^c8^o«c8iooiooso6S<|^i. 

Im-ag'i-na-tive, a. oo^odsSs imagination, ^&S 

Im-ag'ine, v. L to form ideas in the mind 
from previous conception, fancy, con- 
ceive, q«(fedB^c8^o8{SooScoi cx>« o6S <|^i ; to 

devise, scheme, plan, ojpc8^o8c8iooSooi 
od8odS(j^i; to think, suppose, deem, Sco 

Im-bank', v. t. to embank, oicS^cB^oB, ooSS 

Im-bank'ment, n. a bank of earth, cB^oB ; a 
dam, a dike, oo«i^. See Embankment. 

lm'be.9ae, a. weak, feeble, impotent, odsoo 

Im'be-cil'i-ty, n. debility, weakness, infirmity. 
See Imbecile. 

Im-bed', v. t. c8iaj5iooo5,c8io:j5ioj\ooc8pc8ooS. 

Im-bibe', v. t. to absorb, drink in, «[«§5,8j8co 
os; to receive into the miDd> St^^oo^ooi 

Im-bit'ter, v. t. to make bitter, «\©|5; to make 
unhappy, «iod80^8 ; to make more vio- 
lent, exasperate, q^s^cS^oo^^^^oocS^, 

Im-bps'om, v. t. to hold in the bosom, c&stoS 
coioD8^1yS<j^i, 88 «o5 coi 0D8 ^ cj>S ^1 ; to in- 
close, cover up, o^icSicoioo^ooojjl, coiS 

Im-brown', v. t. to make brown, «i8i©ajoo^. 

Im-brue' t?. t. to wet, soak, ^^S^coS; to im- 
brue the hands in blood, drench, stain, 


Im-brute', v. t. to brutify, brutalize, g\ooi«t 

Im-bue', V. t. to steep in some coloring mat- 
ter, dye, ^^c8icqic8i,^^c8\^c8i; to im- 
bue the mind, (}^8jSo3^ooioood8toS^i, ^^ 


Im'i-ta-ble, a. coio«i88oj,ooio«iSo88o8«oj,coio 

Im'i-tate, v. t. to follow a model or pattern, 

copy, counterfeit, «i8jooS,«i6o88ooS,«i8S 

Im'i-ta'tion, w. that which is made like a 

copy, a likeness, a resemblance, od^ 

Im'i-ta'tive, a. copying, imitating, ^g^giSt 

ooS,^jSqi8S^ooSoiooo, ^jSngSc8«i88ooS. 

do, W9lf; furl, rjjde, pysh; ei.o. silent; 9 as s; $h as shj g as j; g as in get; g as z; x as gz; n as in linger. 

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Im-mac'u-late, a. spotless, unblemished, o^ 
pure, undefiled, 3^,8,835, oSooSodo^o^cSS 

Im'ma-te'ri-al, a. incorporeal, spiritual, (c&p 
^ooG^oaj) ^^8oog8^, QiooiS (matter) oog8{5, 
oaoo8epcoSooG8p,ooool«3i^S88ooS^ooSi, oSeoi 
^8 (spirit) c8i ; unimportant, oocgeoocS^, 

Im'ma-ture', a. young, ©S08; not ripe^ unripe, 
000 08, e»8c^; imperfect, crude, unfin- 
ished, OOO10800J5,OOc8lOO^c8l^«08CX)j5,0O001 

06^10803^; too early, hasty. See pbe- 


Im'ma-tu'ri-ty, n. unripeness, crudeness, in- 
completness. See Immature. 

Im-meas'ur-a-ble, a. illimitable, boundless, 

Im-me'di-ate, a. acting without a medium, 

O0|,ic8l0d00800100^^0001, Qlo|5oO^CX)lOd@CO 

Sio^bj instant, present, ooc6«8,ooc^S|a> 

Im-med'i-ca-ble, a. odoo^oo c8|5 ; disease, 

incurable, ooScolcoioDc^poooo^cSSoDiioop, 


Im'me-m5'ri-al, a. beyoiid memory, c^Sojio 

Im-mense', a. infinite, unbounded, vast, pro- 
digious, O88fo8CbS02lOc8^0DC». 

Im-men'si-ty, w. infinity, vastness, greatness, 

Im-men'su-ra-ble, a. See Immeasubable. 

Tm-merge', v. t. to immerse, to plunge into 

or under, ^j5c8i, cqicSi, qicSio^s. , 

V. i. to sink into, cQicqijcSioas. 

Im-merse', v. t. to dip, o2ic8i,^^c8i,oiaj|ic8i; 
to plunge into the water, submerge, coi 
o5 ; to be immersed, to be baptized, Ss 

Im-mgr'sion, w. a dipping. See Immebge and 

im'me-thod'i-cal, a. irregular, disorderly, oo 

Im'mi-grate, v. i. o6coio6oic:BSoiSo88CX)c8S od 

Im'mi-gra'tion, n. ooSo!)8c8pcoic8Sooc^^9^88§5 

Im'mi-nent, a. impending, threatening, near 

at hand, 02888odcdj5,S^odo2ioj8ooS,cB808oo 

Im-mis'9i-ble, a. c^|5c)J|«3i^Soooo. 
Im-mis'sion, n. injection. See Immit. 
Im-mit', V. t. to send in, inject, 3gg5,«^«gS,Qi 

Im'mo-bil'i-ty, n. fixednetss, ooScS^oD^oDcaS, 
oD^cS^oiSoDoiS. See Immovable. 

Im-mod'er-ate, a. excessive, exorbitant, in- 
temperate, ojjSc»^o1ooo5ooS,oj^cBodS,oj^ 


Im-mod'est, a. indecorous, impudent, un- 
chaste, lewd, oo<>Sa58ooS,ODo580D8S,«i» 

Im-mod'es-ty, w. indecency, unchastity, odS 
bSfi98ooa3^, ooS9oo58c8ag1, OoSgiOOOD80Do5t 

Im'mo-late, v. t. to sacrifice, «io&a>SoooD888 
ojScSpbcoi (»oD©Se»8S. 

Im'mo-la'tion, w. See Immolate. 

Im-mor'al, a. wicked, vicious, depraved, un- 
chaste, licentious, ooia5ooc8ooc8i,oDcfio3 

Im'mo-rari-ty, w. wickedness, depravity, 
lewdness • See Immobal. 

Im-m6r'tal, a. deathless, undying, imper- 
ishable, exempt from death, ^\^888odSc», 
oDoo^cDp; eternal, endless, perpetual, 

Im' mor-tal'i-ty, n . ccS ooioDSoSoo^yS oySSco^, 

ODODC^, C01q^0O|,^, (]8^a31€8^88b Od 8i 8i Od 

Im-mdr'tal-ize, v. t. to render inmiortal, per- 
petuate, q^8(^c6^cx)SG8^©5(fi^ajjii, coi» 


Im-mov'a-ble, a. not to be moved from its 

M,i,6,«,y,long; a,e,i,6,u,y, short; cfire,far, last,fgll, what; th6re, veil, term; pique; d6ne,fdr, 

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place, fixed, fast, oigiib, ojsoocSSooojjOO 
02«oo^ooc8^ooc^oo^,q8^oi^oooi^; not to be 
altered or shaken in purpose, firm, 
steadfast, unchangeable, oooj^toDOg, a> 
oj«oobi,oocxj80oc8S,oooo5oDdl; not suscep- 
tible of tender feelings, hard-hearted, 
cruel, unfeeling, odoS^Ssoo^odsoo^i, oj^ 

Im-movVble-ness, n. immovability, stead- 
fastness. See Immovable, 

Im-mu'ni-ty, n. freedom from obligation, ex- 
emption, a>S^^oo^«,oDS^i<^888aDSr8ooS ^ 5 

Im-mure', v. t. to shut up, confine, q^sooSoo^ 
coiodS<j^i; to immure in a prison, im- 
prison, incarcerate, q823oScoi«S5^i. 

Im-mu'ta-bll'i-ty, Im-mu'ta-ble-ness, n. un- 
changeableness, invariableness, coScooco 

Im-mu'ta-ble, a. unchangeable, invariable, cot 

Imp, n. a puny devil, a little demon, ^j^cBicSS 

8. , t;. t. to increase or strengthen, 

(rare), «i©iiodS, »ic8c8pwS, oic8^oio8ooS. 

Im»pact', V. t to press or drive close, o8^c8i 

(x>So3Sooi,o5ooSooSooi; with a weight, 


Wpact, n. contact by touch, collision, odSoo^ 

Im-pair', v. t. to weaken, injure, enfeeble, 
«io088iooS8p8poo8s68; to be impaired, in- 
jured, marred or weakened, oo^odSoosSi 

8S8^c58s68,008 8x00^8, OOOlOOO^OOIlOO^. 

Im-pale', v. t. to fix on a stake, ^s^eoScoioo^ 

Im-pal'pa-ble, a. not to be felt, OD^e30888ooW 
^5^8, coioS^oD^S; an impalpable pow- 
der, 00^0^800^5^8. 

Im-pan^ol, v. t. to enrol a jury, t>^cx)i(^ioDi oo 

O3&|S^^00^800C^^00ilQl38(^8c8l00Ql ODl ^ 

Im-par'i-ty, n. inequality, disproportion, ooS 

Im-part,' v. t. to communicate, give, grant, 

give a part or portion, oo^ooS,|io2f coS; 

to impart information, oboo^, y ^^ojooS, 

Im'par-ta'tion, n. See Impaet. 

Im-par'tial, a. not partial, disinterested, eq- 
uitable, just, oocg^S^sosoolgioo^jOg^coS 
oioi,S^^^co^oioi, «ic8c8c8ic8i6oo@iio» 

Im-par'ti-al'i-ty, n. disinterestedness, equit- 
ableness. See Impaetial. 

Im-pass'a-ble, a. impervious, impenetrable, 

Im-pas'si-ble, a. incapable of suffering, im- 
passive, 00^gS0£PoDS008c8l00p, OO^OoStS 

ooSi, oo^^8ooS§^^5oDnoooo8cfeoo^oo^^oof. 
Im-pas'sioned, a. animated, excited, odjS?308 

88oo8bic8SojP8j^ooiooSo5iooS g\o^8S, 
Im-pas'sive, a. See I