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interjectio. 


m pr. — 


nomen proprium. 


f- t- 


fle^ 


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m. — 


muetdinam ober m&tmlt<6tf 


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feimniouni ober Wei6li$<f 0ef$(«$t 


v* — 


verbum ooer peitwort» • 


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, tctivum ty&ttgef. 


it. — 


neutram. 


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reguläre regetm&Stgef. 


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irreguläre ttnrege(m&ft0ef. 


r*c« — 


reciprocum. 


?• P> — 


ptfdcipiam paitivum. 


nJ/. — 


adjectiTom. 


a<fo« — 


adyerbium. 


•onj. — 


conjonetio. 


prasp. — 


praepoiitio. 


interj. — • 


interjectio. 


m pr. — 


nom«n proprium. 


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Äbatfern, t>. r. «.' to separate tber 

take away by ploughing. 

Äbäribem, v. r. «. änbern, beffern, 

to alter, ämend, repair; beC lfm« 

ren = afcmanbeln, to decline. 

86&nberltc$, adj. alterable. 
MthnbevUTlQy f. altei ation ; SDectt* 

tfOtion, declension; Spielart, va- 

riety. 

• b&nfiften, ata 119 fit gen, v.r. ä. 

to wenry, afilict, distress, to vex, 
to tOTment; flu), to fret, to grieve. 

Abarbeiten, i>. r. <r. a6nü$en, ent* 
fraften, 10 wear out; ficb abarbef* 

ftn , to work one's seif weary , to 

toil hard; Hl ©robfte abarbeiten, 
to rough-hew; eine ®c^u(b abar* 

leiten, to Work off, to clear a debt 
by working; fein £a<jetoerf abav* 

betten, to -work out, finish ono's 

ttsk; ein <&xbiff vom ©tranbe, to 
get a ahip afloat, or off from the 

f round. 
avbeitunq , f. wearina: out, 
•yvorking one's seif weary, Clearing 
a debt ©y working, working out 
ober off, finiihing onc's ta*k. 
Vb&rgern, v. a, to wcary by vcx- 
ation ; fld?/ to be mortui ed. 

Abart,/, ©pietart, variety; awigu 
artete vtad)t ommen , degeneracy. 

Klarten, v.r. iu to deviftto , vary, 
degtncrate. " 

S&b artig, raryitig; degenerato. 

f&bartunq ( f. degenerätion , Varia- 
tion , deviation. 

%ba\d)evn, v.r. rec. x to toil hard, 
to fatjgue, to harrass, to weary, 
fatiguo, tire, one's seif. 

9iha$Ctl, to gnaw (barks, yoüng 
. sprouts erc). 

K b Q P e n , v. r. a. to shroud , lop, 
cnt off the branches and boughs. 

X b ä 1 9 m e n , i>. a. to giow out , to 
redden in the fire. 

X 6 h % c rt , v. r. «• to eat away , to 
corrode, to removo by causticks. 

&bä$ung,/. corrosion. 

% bi u e l n, v. «. to win by sheep's 
ey<?» , to ogle. 

86 ä u § e r n , v. a. to dislodge from 
a tenement. 

ftbbacfen, v. a. to finish baking ; 
to bake so, that the crtist of the 
bread separates from the crumb. 

8 1 6 a b e n # t>. r. a. to batho , wash, 
water , cleanse ; to finish bathing. 

Zbbalqen, v. r. «. ben 95alg ab* 

greifen, to strip off the skin, to 
uncase, to flca, flav; ftcfc abb&lgm, 
to thump one another, to bang one 
anotker, to fight, to sthigglo. 

%bb am ftn, to beat (skins*. 

libb ar bitten, v.r. a. to shav« off. 

K b b a U e n, t>» a. to separate by means 
of bu^lding, to remove by means 
of bnalding; to fioish building; 



(in minirig) to pay the expene«, 

(or the charges) of a mine, or of 

the working the mine; to quit 
. one's party. 
Abbau men, v. ». to descend or to 

fly from a tree. 
%bba um e n , v. a. to take from ths> 

loom what is woven. 
£66ftuun$, /. the defraying the 

charges of a mine; the quitting 

tbe work of a mine. 
X b b e e r e n , v.r. a. 'to pick — pfack 

— strip off berries , to take Ott the 
grapes from the branch. 
%vb efefylen , v. . i. a. to counter- 
mand, re verse , recal, counteror» 
der. 

%bb ehalten , v. £. a. ben /?ut, to 

kcep off the hat, to be — abide — 
stand — siay uncorered. 
{(66ei§en, v. /. a. to bite off; hie 
9^a^eC, to nibble on the nails of 

the Hnger. (Si* bat afler ©c^anbe 
ben Äopf aBgebtften, he is pa*t 

s harne, dead to all sense of sharae; 
v. 7r. to bite one another^ 
% b b e t 3 e n , v. r. a. to take off Kjr 

corrosion, vgl. abtyen; abgebeizte 

Wolle, mortling. 
Äbbef ommen, v. n. to participat* 

or partake of , to have a share in, 

to take part with. 
% b b e r (l e n , v. i.n. to crack off, to 

fly off. 
abberufen, v.a. to recall, to call 

home. 
K 6 b e (l e l i e n , v.r.«. to counter- 

mand, unbespeak, disclaim. 
% b b e t e n , v. r. a. to avert by pray- 

ing, to pray against; to recount 

in p. 

abbetteln, v. r. a. to beg of, to 

#et by begging. 
betten, v. r. a. to bed away 
from . to separate beds. 

Ab bejahten, v. r. a. to pay öS, 

to discharge. 

% b b e u 9 e n, v. r. a.1 to bend — bow — 
Vlbbiegen, v.i. a.Jturn off, aside, 

downwards. 
Ä b 6 t C t e n , v. i. a. to outbxd ; für 

procCamtren , to publish the bans* 
% b b } i b , n. copy, picture , portraie. 
% b b i' l b e n , r . r. «. to copy , repre- 

scnt, adumbrate, delineate, design, 

form, dTaw, picture, dravr likenes* 

ses ; nacb bem Seben, to portraaj, to 

draw after the life , to draw from 
life; (eb^aft tPOrflellen, to dcscribo» 
set forth lively ; tn Wad^i abbKbeit/ 
to iinboss in wax. 
Übbilbung, f. representation , de* 
lineatioii , imprcssion ; 1 al baburc^ 

erttflanbene ¥nib, copy; ncub bem 

£eben, portrait, portraituie; alt @e« 
tttüibt, dranght, drawing; ali $Jli» 

nfaturgemiUe, imag* ; mtt bem ^)in« 



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m. bnnower. 

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tut , tbfet. 

nttnifti 

[feTteürrn, n, r j. — aMfrrnn, 

|o »M>re»ure, m abrißt, m tluii- 



im, ©«Briuito, t.i «iiiii.li; alii 

(?fft(J(, i.» »b.nß.io . nut Wtfat, 

• i , tsvtm laflr i* iiiid) ni«l 

aHrin^en, I «ro«l bs |icnuiJ < J 

lo MOllf« 

% t> b C i? <f 1 1 n, i'. r. «. Co Erumbtt off| 

I tireik down in 
Hill« eiumt'i, oid 
attceiff lattj, /. rmmbliiig, dt» 

fctfcruii, m. bttikiti- diT. an Jt» 

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um Tlnf^ni, iniurr. pmutUee. rn- 

. 

. .;n brt 4trr unt> 

'.It'fiSt'drintüljiin, 
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CO »droit of deiiciency , to bo dit- 
eonnted. 
Ätfcrü^lig, ad/, shivering; detri- 

rnetital, piejudiejal, injuriotu, de- 

A-ogaiory. 
»britben, v. r. o. gebcrn, i>aare, 

lo nrald off; Bemüfe ba(6 «bbrüfcen, 

toparboil; 1D0&I aDÜrtlljetl, to seotli. 

S66r ünften, f. ».'to unrut, to be 

>**t rutting. 

ibubett, ». «. to »lo away the 

ÄiSll^'ttn, v. a, to get by eorjit«- 
try, wheedling, coaxing, ftatienng; 
«. n. » WMM, «hauic, speud, 
eoninhie ono'i spiiits, itrength, by 
gallanrry, roluptuaumaai. 

Ittbiirben, v. 0. to unborden, dii- 

Sttt fi It r ft«t1/ v. r. a. to braab off. 
fJbbuSen, v.r.«. to expiate, »ton« 

for; mit Selber » male iunenda 

for. Cr feil mir* abbogen, IUI unke. 

bim smart fo. it. 
1 1 6 fl fä U n g, /. expiation, »tönernen t; 

mit ßelbt, amend. 
«Sc, f.. «bc, »Ipliabot; tfl« Bit 

einet fünft »ber SBiffenfdjoft> the. 
firat riidinienti qf an art or acience. 
tlio firsi «lernen» of teuer«; nodj 
bem Ä B C , »Iplubetically; CtlVOt 
na* 'bem abtvrbnen, to digeit in 
an nlpbabciical order. 
abcbtld), n. »bcbooli, christcroM- 
xow, bornbook-, primer, battle- 

Ättti'f ein, v. a. to meaanre, de- 
lineate, draw, frame, sqnire with 
the compuMi, 

llbcfAäleY, m. primerboy. 

Xbtfibiij}, m. abecedarian, »bcicho 
lar , primerboy , bitttledoorboy. 

81 6conterr"eien, v. r. «. = öfc6i(. 
btn, abmalen, to pörtxay, draw 
one's irnag«. 

Kbcopiren, v. r. h. ±: abjtirfinen, 
a&fdjrcibeit, natbftitbnen , abmalen, 
to topv . tranictibe, t»ke a copy, 
tranacript, exttact, dtiplicata of 1 — . 

9 b b a d; e n , i>. r . a. to difect obli- 
qnely, to give a ilopinq, ihelvjiig 
form, 10 irrip of in roof , unroot. 

KbbaÖ)ung, /. act of unroofing, 
«lope, iloping, deicent, fall; gla- 

B6bAitimen, v. r. a. to dam ; tat 
tßafftr abbäminen, to ibut up, dam 
up water by molee or dam'a. 

Sb 6 am p fett, v.o. to cause to eva- 
pora'te. 

Jb&ampfen, v. r. it. to «Taporat«. 
6 bainpftitig, /. evaporation. 
Ätbanft'n, v. r. «.. to finiih thanfc- 
ing, to conclude with thaulun'g ; 
to diimii», discharge , discard . to 
•and away, to put off, to direst 
•I an oflic« •*- of an nuployauent, 



diimiu from aervieei feinen 
meifter abbanfen, to diacharg« 
Steward ; ber golbat warb 
banrt, the soldier wu dischj 
CotCaten abbanfen, to dUbat 
break; ein abgebantter Offirier, 
bat, « broksn officec. a brokt 
dier, a diabanded soldier ; eil 
abbanfen , to break up an 1 
ein ©ejiff, to lay up ; B ur l 
abbanfen, to caihir*«; bei eini 
,a)( atbarifeti, to rivo ihink 
apaecli to rhoie oT » funeri 
lioungue after the cereaiony 
t emiig die dead. to baTang 
t'hose of a.funeral; auf bfK 
ter abbanfen, to aanounce ■, 

Amt fxettpitltg nitberlegen, t:.- 
eate, t«nuuii*e, resign, vritb 
to surrender ooe's oifite 
Vbbanfung,/. tbankseiving 
ItttTung avi feinen Sienfteti, d 
lion. discharge ; eigne Sfeberi 
eine« üttitrf, abdication, ieii 
on ; bie Stanbrebe , harangui 
theburial; vatedictory aennO; 
©ijoufpitlttä, unnounciiig < 

atbbarbtn, v. r. n. to pinc: 
10 deprive of necesiaries; to 
one's own gut-, ber jitb atba 
piiichgut. 

Itbbed'cn, v. r. 

©a*, to unrooi 
ben £ifdj, to takeaway, remo 
tablecloth. to cletr the tibi 
jjmit abjicben, toilea, to fla 
akiii , pntl, strip the (kin o 
■bin. 
a&Bttfer, i/i.flayo^; thshanf 

abbetfetet, f. employment , 
ofafUyer-, flayingplaefe ; üief 
dweiltiiehouse. 

«bbetf erlebet, «. morkin*. 

ab bei eben, v. r. «. to *ej 

Sart , mcloie with dike*. 
bitftn, V. a. r. lO iLitit 

abbitten, v. r. «.mit Bieten 
bern, toseparate byplanki , b 
de«]«; mit Sitten eerfeben, to 
lay^ Boor with planks. 

abbienen, v. r. *■ to cletr, p 
a debt by aerring, or aerrici 

abbin gen, v. La. toabate, d 
haggle, to beat down tbc pi 
buymgi to diamies au kpprei 

abbifputiren, v.r.«. = ab(r 
to get by dispnte , contentioi 
batiiig irom. 

abboofeh, f. a. to umwind. 

Bbbonnern, v. n.to eeaie tbi 
ing; v. a. to let roar (caunoi 

abborren, v. r. n. to dey , 
dtynp, patch) scoroh, 10 £i 



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tabftttti , a. , 
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JiUiffr cwaaut, jü rrsninj 
■ ■:■■ ifü*« «c9«iJl, üü 
f»et<«rn, «n-idrau) i 
(I f 1 « ti M i * i, /. •raiqg-.llfhfa ~ n«. 

JbtoMufl, /. rvviugkic, wrainn 

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puiimc . dirtrti ■■>!!. 
Übrnt 1 in ab!, *,JO«&fflM, mpt 

«vrintiß.mrnL t*t t»iliQt Üffrtt« 

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ih«I.orii'i inppn; auftl 

miiiitirr il< 

tmtfm$tn, xa 



, I HbtnPiaabljf i t, f tnpp*r. 

"■■|5ft«nMu»rfl. m. -v. of.'hir. 1 
1 , mtrbri, 

I 



to admit of deiiciency, to b« die- 

connted. 
Äbbrildjig, adj. shiveririg; detri- 

nienial, prejudicial , injuriotu, de- 

iogatory. 
SflbSrii&en, v. r. n. SeSern, jpaare, 

lo grtld off; ©eraufe baib abbrühen, 

Vo parboil ; Wobl abbrühen, to leeth. 
SBtrunften, 0. ».»to unruc, to be 

put rutting. 

ÄoBüten, u. n. to tako iwit the 

boolhi. 
»tftiii'Ltn, v. m. to gut by coqu*. 

try, wheedling, coaxing, ftatienng; 

v. n. "» wüte, eihauat, »peud, 

eoninrne one't iph-it», itrength by 

fallantry, volnptuouaneaa, 
biirben, v. a. to imbutdwi, dis- 

aSbfivfien, t>. r. «. to hiuih off. 
W b t ü 6 e n , et,«, to expUte , atona 
for; mit «tlbt, tt> inake amandi 

fof . Cr Teil mir« abbaten, f II nnke 

bim smart fo» it. 
Ä&büfiung, /. eXpiation, atonemen t; 

mit Bel&e, ämend. 
»Sc, n. abc, alpliabet; bat 26 c 

einer Ätwfl ober SBfffenfdjgft, the 

fint riidinients of an art Or idenen. 
the fint elernenta of Inner! ; natb 
bem a 6c, alphabetically; etumf 
nfltfj'tttti abc orbnen, to Jigeit in 
an fllpliabetic.il Order. 
' abcbur&, n. abeboob, chrittcroM- 
(ow, hornbook-, primer, battle- 

a&cirfelrt, v. a. to uieamre, de- 
lineare, dnw , frame, Square rruh 
the compaates. 

*bcf AüfeT, m. primerboy. 

■ blfdjifj, m. abeeedarian, abcicho- 
Ur , primerboy , batiledoorbov. 

abtönte rrYien, v. r. a. — abbil» 
beit, abmalen, to pomay, Jtnw 

»bcopiren, c r. n. = abjeirftnen, 
a&fdjrti&en, nartjeirSnen , abmalen, 

to topv. trauicribe, rake a copy, 
tranacript, eitiact, dnplicate of— . 

SlSbatben, y. r. a. to direct obfi- 
quely, to give 1 slopinc, ahelving 
form, to itrip of in toof , imroof. 

aSbüdjung, /. ict of unroofing, 
- aldpe, ilopihg, deicent, fall; gla- 



Äbbain men, 






tat 



Söaffer abbämmen, to ihut up, dam 



up water by mol« 
Sbcöuipfen, v.o. 






Sbbampfeti, v. r. ». to «raporaee. 
b bompfuna, /. evaporation. 
ÄSoflBfe'n, v. r.a. to fini.b thank- 
ing, to eoncludc wich tliankiu'g ; 
to diimiit, diicliarge, discard , to 
ff, to dii 
£ an emploj»ienr, 



«6» 

diamiai frorn terviesi feini 
nieiffer abbuitn* w aiecha 
■teward ; Cec @Otbat Ria 
banft, the Boliiifr wie dts 
Cotbaten abbanfen, to dii 
break: ein abaebanfterOtßt 
bat, s broksn officer, a br. 
dier, ü dilbanded loliüer; 
abbanfen , to break up a 
»in @djt(f, to lay up; t'll 
abbanfen, to caihii'e; Sei < 
<&e aSbanfen r to give ib? 

' ipaecli tO (hole Ol ■ fun 

terring the d«d, to har 
ihose of a fuoeral; auf ti 
trt abban(en r to announc 
next to be given : — v. 
iimt fretmillia nieberlegen, 
cate, renounte, raaign, vr 
to lurreudar one'a office. 

Bbbanf uttq, j. thtnkigiTi 

Ibfluna axti feinen Sicmhn. 
eion, discharge ; eiane *Biei 

ttnej ämtrf, abdication, 1 
on ; bie @tahbtebe , haran. 
thebuWal; raledictory een 

Sffcaufpitlerö, r 



Kbbarben, v, • 



__ depfiv. __ 

one*» own gut; ber fidj al 
piiichgur. 
Ä&berfen, v. r. a. to unee 

Sud), to uiiroof, tomicove 
ten Eifrfi, to cake away, rei 
tableclorti, to clear the ti 
ßoilt ■blitMIt, t.o flea, to 
»kiii, pnll, itrip the ekii 
tkia. 
»bbeefer, m.flayo^; the h 

'aSberferei, /. employmer 
ofaflayer; flayingplace; il 

dwelliiiRhiiuie. 
flbberfetlebec, n. morkit 
abbeieben, v. r. m, to 

pari, iueloje wiili diksa, 
atbitfen, v. a. r. to ihj. 

make ihick. 1 

abbielen, v. r. «. mitBiel 

Berti, to separate byplanks 

deah; mit Kielen cerfeben, 

liy, Jloor wilh plaiik». 
abbieneit, i>. r. a. to clear 

a debt by aerring, or ien 
abbin gen, v. La, toaba» 

hagglo, to beat duwn the 

buying; to dismit» an app 
abbifputiren, v.r.a. = a 

to get by diapnte , eo«ten. 

b(inng fiom. 
abbotfeh, v. a. to nnwind 
abbonntrn, v. n. to eeue 

ingi v. a. to let rOMT (tan 
aSborren, v. r. «. to Ji 

dry np, jjareb, icoran, 1 



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SUrnifcrsfe /,-., P1 ..,. 
8t* n t [An t (r, pl. »öitdininv.. 
Nt StarotiuT (in* 

(((bfn. tli- intubni]' 
«iTnviiitE'if*, «J/. w»uth, nft. 

: 
HtunBtiit, isJ;'. l-don^n, | 

ct-enuij; . _ t/cipmuie . »Milium) ; 

rin arrnHiia>rr äi'tnaiif, «n rvmifig 
kü ab/uMictf WfrfOti, tli« 
i i uoniry. 
KktiMirtt, f.vmfag-Ofbi) HM 

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Kbenb opfer, r. eTettittg - »aarifioe, 

StS.etlbpUnCt/ m. Wintern poim, 

ßbenbregen, m. ereningrain, e- 
«tnwtr; SrufKingiregen, Bpringti- 

Äbenbretb, n. \ thebiiebtcolour 

«benbfdtbt, /:JoftheiV»< «M- 

aiftifc«, arfif. in die erening ; ge« 
(lern aßcrtÖß , last night; beute 
abtntJ, tbi» evening. 

Bbenöfdjidjt, /. ereningmine , • - 

abcnoft gecl, m. eveningprayers. 
Slbenbfcite;/. wesuideT 
äbenbfonne,/. tettiug sun. 
a&ctitftanbiten, n., f. 3benb< 

innflf. 
Kbcitbftern, m. eveningata*. 
Hbenofrunbe,, /. evenitighoui, 

mocksbaJe, twiJiglit , du»k of tbs 

B b e n b fb o u , m. ovoningdew. 
Sfbenötiffl), m. »uppertable , eup- 

ftr; i* bat« ten abenbttfrb 6ei ibmy 
■up wi th liim ; id) jaljK für Of« 

Äbenbtifrf), I pay for sripper. 
SC b c.n b t r u n f , m. evcuingdrauglit. 
Stbenbubr, /, wMicni suridial. 
»betlbtiolf, / gilliilawer. 
abenbcogel, m. »phinx (buttorßy, 

papillion). 
Bbr itH'p Iftr, p/. people of • the 

weitein coumric», weitem inhabi. 

tanti , w. natiom, 
Wbenbioärtd, adv. to the wett, 

we*tward. 
Sbenb weite, /. weitem amplitnd«. 
Sbenbroinb, m. weit, weitem 

wind ; the frosh air of the cveiiiug, 

8b f nb J e dj e , /. avoningacore , eye- 

Hberi'b Jett, /. eventide. 

86en Dj ei tu ertr eib, m. evening 

MttnttUti, n. advontme, venture j 
cllanoe; stränge aecideiit; aufabtn» 
ttuer aufgeben, to go icek adven- 

tutet; unü begegnete (in Abenteuer, 

w« met witli an odd aeeident. 
Äben teuerlid), adj. veiitureiome, 
»Irange, odd, wondorful, piodi- 

S'ous; ailv. adventiiTousIv. holdlr, 
ringly; tint abenteuerlidje ©e» 
f<bt<ntf, an odd »lory; ein abenteu» 
ertidjer 3Kcnfd), a »trange peraon, 
an odd person -. voll unerwarteter 
Suftritte, adveiimroi 



«6enteurer, 
graut. 

91 8 er, eoaj. but, neverthcl**» ; aber, ■. 
ober! but, alaal ooer aber, orin- | 
" id, or ehe ; id) fagte tt aber «h 



Übe 



..0>t,/. doubleEL... 

ben, v. r. a. to gor, catch by 

glaube, tu. bigotry, 



a 

äbcrglauE 



abergiiubif*, 



Äben 



ucrfidjfeit, /. 

Itrangeiiess, oddity, won- 



berglaubig, abergii 

adj. bigolBd. Bigotted, mpt 

ein aberglaubigtr SRenfa), ■ big«, 
a auperttitiou» p ertön ; — adv. *■* 
perstilioualy. 
äberfennen, v.i. a. to put ■ ■•*• 
tence againit, to ahjndicate, deter- 
mine in one*a diifavour , to con- 
deran. 

äbcrfnoblandj, m. eowgarliclt. 
abermal, ad», again, once agais, 
oneu tnore, a «ecoud time, anaw, 

abermalig, ad}, tscond, i twatod, 
afre»h; ein abermalige* fflertangen» 
a sotond petition. 

aberraufe, /. eouthemwood. 

Sbertvi«}, m. overwit, falia wlt, 
witticiam ; diitraction , frantteneaa, 
freniy , maduesi , conceitedriett , 

aberieiftig, adj. lightheaded, fran. 
tic. diitmcted, mad , abaurd. 

96efdiern, f. abaf.bern. 

Mb e|'f eil, v. i. a. to eat ofF, to clew 
by eaiiug, to eoneume by oatingi 
tn intl-tmniff one'i »elf by eatingi 
einen Änodjen, to pick a bona, ob' 
fpeifen, Don ber Zafel aiiffreben, to 
risc, siii from table, to hniah eaf 
iiig; baten (le abgefpetfett htm 
tligy dinnd? lupped? havu they 
done? 

abfadjen, t>. r. u. to partition, 

abfd'djun g, /. pmition. 



2b f ab r en 



v. f. a. to break by c 



wlieal of a 

reifen, tn »et oiü, depait, movo 
off; jur See, to put to »ea, to ist 
»ail; Eom.S'utfdjer, to drivo off; bis 
Art ifr abgefahren , the axe i« run, 
dropt off; er ifl «bgef obren f. gefror« 
ben, he i* aoue off; ber ift übel ab» 
gefabren, he was »adly ditappoin« 
ied ; fotepe tteiben fabren an (Gm ab, 
he i» proof againit nick hardahipt, 

Abfahrt, /. aetting out, depait ure, 
departing; going off; in oie ' 
©ee, offing, 

abfabrKflagae, /. flag of dej 
ture, Bag whien ia hoieted , w 
tUe ahip ia sin bor depanuxe. 



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ii bj mbblng (.-• »111! fin. 

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Wtfiti&fn . v. i, o. tu ■ 

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■i,-tiir . lilnutl witb 

!- 'Sa fr!; im in.Kr i»<itr.UM. lud« 

inat» » HlUHnanl im 4 .Un^hi-i. 
B 6 f in [- li fl <), /. inirridt, f.in.miuinr 
- igrtviaß vviUi lonia 
. boilj-; aluring t . 1 

lliinan vrith tbn uiUad ot Ül 
L.fn „,«.). 
*£■ f\\ Jxn, v. r. «. tu «oipty * po* 
by fiJ.in«: fcrftttf 

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. ,-. l.rmb. 

9Hta<b<n, >• «- c« I««l 
BUrl&Ltitn, 

iHUtwl bjr flifVriiiiL;. iliitiiing, 
borsiUf, — h r. «. r- 
fllrkct, RiUaa, Ämter, fly am?. 
I>, ■, ta wub (iiu); 

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, b. «. ia cWim wiih 
8 1 n *( f«ti e n, v. r. «. 10 uK« off üt« 

nlfMMI. 

fl 1 1 ! ( 1 f 4 11 vi g 1 j. nur.ftrjiion. 

. ■Icjj at>, tbs Jiti flow 
■J6 t J 1 r P ta , ■>. 1. ;> : 

. n, 10 imjilf. fTV'"T| 
■IttlibutlCi! lurll. 

1 Mlcfa. t.W 



% 6 f i 6 6 e I! / v.r.a. to cause to flow 
away, to make flow down; emp- 
ty, cvacuate, to float, to akinv 

Abfttff, m.flowing off, mnning 
down, disoharge; ebb, ebbing; 
isstie, sewer, gutter; sink« 

Ab f ob er n, f. obforbern. 

Abfolgen, v.r.». (äffen, tohand 
at one's request, deliver up, to 
transmit, remit, yield up. 

A 6 f 1 g U n g, /. handing, delivering, 
yielding. 

Ab foltern, i>. *. to extort. / 

% b jf* r b e r n, v. ä. to call away (off), 
to fetch off, to recali; to ask, to 
require , to dem and. ÜRatl forbert 
mir ab, I am asked for. Abforbern 
laffen, to send for. Stetbnung abf., 

to call to account. 
Äbforberung, /. calling away, re- 

vocation , requiring , asking for. 
Ä 6 formen, v.r.a. to form, roodel, 

mouid, shape, frame; to beat off 

froni the last. 
Abforfcben, v. r. a. to search out, 

to pump out, to worin from. 
Abfragen, v. r. a. to leam by 

questioning, inquire, inqaire of, 

examine. 

Abfreffen, v. j. a. Kräuter, junge 
Steige, 9ttn.be, to browse , browse 
on — upon , to feed , fecd lipon, 
nibble, knap, consume; C& wirb 

t$m bat jjerj abfreffen, it will 

enaw , break his heart ; {{$ bat 
£er$, to grieve» consume one's- 
seif. 

Ab frieren, v. i. n. to chill, be 

blasted with cold , to be lost (to 

fall off) by free z ing. 
3 b f r 6 f) n e n , v.r.a. to. work off by 

drudgery , to pay off by means of 

labour (service). 
Abfuhr, /. exportation, conveyance, 

rem oval. 
Abf&bretfen, n. wiredrawing iron. 

$b führen, v. r. a. termittelp eine* 

%uf)V1»€Vti , to export, carry off, 
away, transport, carry down — 

»way — out ; eine Armee, to with- 
diaw an anny; eine ßcjHlbtoatbt, 
to relieve; burcb Arjnetcn a\xi btvx 
Selbe, to eleanse, evacuate, purge; 
ftbnbften, to wear out, to use; et« 

«en Ztyit von bera anbern, to ab- 
duce ; abfii&renbe Staffeln, muscles 

«bducent , abducton» ; 58öffer , to 
dTain; toom vecbten SBege, to mis- 
lead, lead astray , diveTtj eine 
G$U(b, to clear, pay a (lebt; {inen 

tnft 35ef<bämung , to' touck off, to 

send away with mortification, to 
check , to snub ; fid) abfuhren , to 
withdraw, to sneek off. Abführen* 
be SXttteC, cathartics, purgatires ; 

abfü&renbe Stege § exeretory p«s- 

tages. 



bfuftrung,/. exporti»**, carryiag, 
trän Spotting ; withdrawing, cleans- 
ing; abducing; misleading, lead* 
ing astray, diverting; Clearing; — 
paying a debt; tonching off; ois- 

appearing; eine Abführung etnne$* 

men, to take a purge, cleantirig. 

Aofullen, v. r. a. to Uli out, to 
pour out, draw; to have dont 
foaling. 

8b futtern, v.r.a. to feed, to gm 

the provender. 
Abfütterung, /. feeding, giving 

food — provender. 

% 6 g a b e, /. ecne^ %ud)i, Q3rtef< u. f. f^ 

delivering of a letter — a book; 
Auflage, custom, due, duty, imp 
pon. tax, tribute. 
Abga^ren, v.i.n. to cease f ennonfe* 

ing 




parture, deparring, riding off; b(f 

Vertrieb bei* SDoaren, sale, vent^ 
market; tiefe 2Baaren finben gute» 

Äbgdng , these goods have many 
customers, seil well; in %b$K*% 
tommen, to come out of an; an 
®i(ber IC , scrapings, filings, rs> 

fuse; allm&liger Abgang, Abftcrbety 
decaying; ber Abgang aui biefew 
ttben, exit; einer gamilie, extin- 
guishment; fBerrinaernng, dimina- 

tion, decaying, fallinß, sinking» 

lessenine:; an ttioai letben, to de« 

cay, s affer want: am 5BaJfer, waat 

of water; an tytt, Gräften und 
Vermögen, decay; Abgang bara» 
leiben , to be decay'd ; in Abgang 
ber 9ia$rung femmen, to lose onVfe 
cnstomeTs; ber Abgang an TRafytunq, 

decay of trade ; ttn^eittge ©eburt tfOf 
ben, to abort, raiscarry; unjeitigt 
©eburt, abortment. 
A b g & n g t g, adj. saleable, vendible» 
that sells well ; eine augängige %f>fc 

fost going off, departing. 
gangEetn, Abgängfel, pL 
shreds • chippings , cHppings. 
A b g ä r b e n , v.r.a. to baste, beat. # 
Abgeben, v. L a. einen ©rief, ein 
%ud), eine <&ad)e, to give, deliver, 
give up, deliver up ; einen £(ei( 
ton etn?a#, to give part; 3oH, 
Steuern, to pay a tax, to tribute; 
einem etroa* abgeben , ein* abgeben, 

to give a smart replv; fid) mit et» 
ner ®ad)e, to deal m, to meddl« 
with; mit jemanb, tohave int er. 
course with one; er giebt fln) mit 
&erfemad)en ab, he deals in mak- 
ing verses; fid) mit Ao^Ientraged 
abgeben, to follow the busihess of 
a coalporter ; $Ra(er, Arjt, QolmtU 
feber (enn, t>or(leüen, to be, to acr, 
play, representy to deal in, to beaf 



r. dapivuitd, f. st* 

[, *J). Eocnud. f. »&. 

, »!/. bitten oft, f. U> 

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«ci*p.; f. Ifebrp 

fi i «J; tlit.iU.i . 
i.linncJ, atncfrm 
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'iIHd ft(»ni. 
n , dropt , f. 
itJ, wriiini. 



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»«j. Itnpt. witblmlil, f. 

i down, thopt 
raJ*J ; rin *b j'baucnrr 
loj , «loci. , mink, 
. ; ™. tu go ni'l, *w*y, 



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pro ?«il abfl'fid' , 
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in WnUU( #.+ ilfr.] ! 

i'bii Xbakr ab, I mi 

611 gi»"-' ■ ■ 

cn, w f.ll oki - ; 
[all (* aflt drei ad , ii jTt 
lud «v«nt; rt at!n flf »'" T 
Srtm'l, ii »pecdi Ufc« l.im* 
S&a'bot'il, i"f/. (jKoii .'Ii, 
<.R. Wird t.ft. f. «bt<t'*n 

...u<d , diicuiinglcu, 
bellen, 
ttf flcii'n, v- r. «. to pet by « 

Sl pfl't f m «if , oJ;. eirn« «ff, 
■rotm out uf m, f. HHommnt 

BS|lt(ilCll, «dl, llmilrnt-J. 0*1- 

«J, UuBncd, .briJpuü. f. »fcfii 

HM. 

9rqeI*t(K, a<Ij. unlid«. 

:,l , iltiuiudtnod, f, ' 
ten, 
«todaffeo, »<#. 1*1 ot, 1 

niiMM) l>Miii:n*d, ifiihI, f. 1 

toflrji* 

StirUiiitti, a-V «in da. 1 
o«t; <Jh|f Uur<*< ©Aufcf. w»n> « 

■ Jrit i(t JKidniiiVo, 
t«im t> upltoit, f. ailailftti. 



II 6 gelebt/ adj. old, äged, worn 
out by age, decrepit; fceraltet, de- 
cayed, faded; Perftorben, deceased, 
lato. 

Abgelegen, adj. out of the way, 
distant, far distant, far off, re- 
raote; reposed, setded (wine). 

• Bge (egen^et t, f. distance, remo- 
teness. 

Abgelegt, f. ablegen, laid off, 

aside, cast. 
ftbgeleibt/ ad/, deceased, defunct, 

late. 
Abgeltenden, ad 1 ;, borrowed from. 
Abgemattet, p. p. U. ad/, weary, 

fatigued. defatigated , f. Abmatten. 
Äbgemeffen, adj. measured, f» 3(6- 

meffen. 
Äbgemeffenfjeit, /. exactness, re- 

giiiarity, formaliter. 

Abgeneigt, p. p. lt. ad/, averse, 

disaffectionate , unkind , unfavo- 

rable. 
Jlbgeneigt^eit, /. aversion, reluc- 

tance; unkmdness, disaffection. 
abgenommen, adj. taken off, di- 

mmished , declined , decreased ; 

perceired, taken notice of; f. 9lb* 

neunten. 

Äbgenot&igt, adj. forced, con- 
strained , compelled, abstorted, 
oxtorted, urgedfrom, f. 2tbn6t^t» 

aen. 

Xvgenufyt ,' adj. worn out , off 
treated, waated, consumed by use. 

Kbgeorb neter, m. deputy; legate, 
delegatc. 

Äbacrat^en, p. p. dissuaded, f. 
Bbratben. 

Äbgerben, v. a. to cuny, to tan off; 
to cudgel, bang, maul. 

Ebgcrebet, adj. concerted, agreed 

upon ; abgerebeter maßen, according 

to agreement , unanimoualy , by 
consent. 

Abgerieben, adj. rubbed off, f. %b* 
reiben. 

tybgeriffcn, adj. torn off, f. ab- 
reißen. 

Ä6ae ritten, adj. foundered, f. Slb* 
reiten. 

5(bgefagt, f. abfagen, disclaimed, 

unsaid, retracted ; sworn, declared 
(enemy). 

9(6 gtfanbtt,/. ambassadrcss. 

Sfbgefanbter, m. ambassador« en- 
voy, messenger ; ein päpftlicfter, 
jmncio ; ein geheimer , eroissary; 

ein geifHidjer, missionary; Don ei« 
nem anbern, ton einer @tabt ober 

<Pn>Ptnj, deputy, delegate. 

Sbgefanbtin, /. ambassadressa 

ambassador's lady. 
8 b g e f a n b t f A) a f t, /• embaasy, *m- 

bassage. 

Vbgefqyarrtei n. scrapings. 



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216 gefegt eben, adj. separat«, sept» 
rated; gefiorben, dead, deceased» 
departed, f. 2tbfd}eiben. 

9bgefdHeben$ett, /. retiremeftt, 
seclusion. • 

96gef$ lagen, adj. beaten off; 
blown, cut, pulied, Struck down; 
falling, abating ; 35itte, denied, r#- 
fused; Obfl, windfall, f. %bfäi* 

flen. 
Bbgefd) Itffen, adjf. poliahed. 
Bbge fcbltffen&eit, /. polish, it- 

Anement, elegance of manners, po» 
liteness. 
3bgefd)liffen, aJ;. worn off, oai» 

wasted. % • 

Äbgefd)mao?t , adj. gef$ma<Kot# 

insipid, ilat , uoaavory, Ustelessi 

t&6nd)t, ungereimt/ insipid, flat, 

dull, heavy, senseiess , nonsensi« 
cal, absonous, impertinent: — adfr 
insipidly, nonsenaically , imperti- 
nent ly. 

BbgefcfrmacF t$eit, /. insipidnet* 

nonsense, impertinence. 

fcbgcfajoren, adj. shaved; j>aare, 

sharing» ; 38olle , shearines ; fttft 

einem ©d)afe Bcifammen, fleece^ t 

5lbf(fceereru 
Ebgefc^offen, adj. shot off; dxopi 

down, f. Bbfaieffen. 
5(bgefd)rieben, adj. copied, tnsv 

scribed, f. 2tbf^reiben. 
%bgefa)ttorvn, adj. abjured» fei- 

sworn. 
& b g e f e fy e n, p. p. learned by teeinr ; 
aimed at, designed, ^0BffDC9t (w 
t>0rt abjefe^en, aLstractedly from 
this Point. 

2bgefef|en, p. p. alighted, dis> 

mounted, f. wbfifyn. 
5tbgefotten, adj. boiled, seethe^ 

f. SCbfieben. 
Sogefponnen/ adj. spun oM 9 f. 

Stbfpinnen. 
^bgefpro^en, f. Äbfpre^eiit rs> 

jeeted, sentenced. 

2tbgefprungen, p. p. sprung oS 9 
f. 9brpringen. 

Sbgeflanben/ {, Äbpe^en, psll, 

pailed, dead (wine, fish). 

$bgeßtegen, p. p. aligbted, de- 

soeii ded, f. Slbfleigen. 
3(bgeftoc^en, adj. cut off, f« Hi 

{ed)en. 
gefto^fen, f. Abfielen , stoU 

from. 
SbgeflorBen; adj. decayed, faded, 
failed, deceased, dead» gone, ex« 

pired, f. 2lbflerben, 

2(bge(lo§en, adj. thrust off, f t Xtf 

fofen. 
g e t M n , adj. abgelegt , put off» 

talten away, lemoved; aeeonmo* 
dated; ©(fculb, cleareddebt; abge* 
pochen, killed. 



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>n«n, p. r. * 

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mii , f. Miwn'nt. 
nttti, iJj wiuaä off, f. 

ta, mtj. dnwn aW, f. 9t< 

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tu r^ttal, hjii*. 
•k» »Ten, irqxitu, »oulr 

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ii ki'.p. b«cw«ci kifefit-oflim, i, 

atiirriir», p, ''■ a. to 

Ün ff jftui, ■ wot;i olf Inc. 
BF|t vunfc, m. «by.r . 

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i'Vinfi. 
KlflMItj», /.iUwiU, «iry, joalai 

ättqilllftifl, :it- MTimi, fffJoni 

to b«.ir i gruJjp i 
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>i.d; tut tywb, t. 

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3b& i 

Kobalt e«, v.i. 11. to detain, tohold 
off, keep back — off; to bear up. 
down, awar, to keep aloof from 
■ 100k or ihoat fa sbipj; fcinbern, 
to keap off; hinder, witlihold; (IT 
liit fid) bur* nid)« ab&alUn, he 

»tick» flt no'hing. 

tbbaltung,/. detaining. Holding 

off, keeping off ■ back, liinderiug, 

witbdnwing; tat $inbrrni&, deten- 

tion < liinderance. 

atbail beln, i>. r.a. tin fyaaiu. f. f., 
to buy , purch»se ; aBfcinaen , to 
■bäte, dediict, haggle, cbaffer; ei« 
mn gricben U. f. f, / . to neg'itiate, 
totreat; tWai inunblidj ober fcbrifb 
lid) , to article, to treat,' diaeiiu. 

K^hanben, adv. not *t band, ab- 
tönt, loit. abbanberi tomuien, to 
be lo»t, tn be misiinc. 

Jl&banbiung, /. eine? griebtn* u. 

f. f., treaty, negotiation ; ntiiilMüfie 
obre frtjnftliibe, tre*rise, discutiion. 

Hb bona, m. bending; ein (atmet, 
elope, declivity, »lanting; fcre glbe, 
clipp , iteep. 

abbangen, v. i. n. berunto- , to de- 
pand, to hang down;, fidj neigen, 
to decline, slant, ilope; weit ab, 
to hang fai off. Bon einer @a*e 
ober tyjevfon, to depend; tt bäugt 
ton mir ab, it dependa upon nie. 

J(bbOng((), aJ/. declivoH», llaimnR, 
banding down ward, iloping ; Von 
einer fsodje ober Werfen, dependent, 

, dependenee. 

abbatiauiig, /; f. jjerobbangen unb 

«obängiflfMt. 
8 6 b a n a u ii a, /■ declining, »loping, 

•lanting, hanging fron), depending. 
J£bbärmen, c. r. r. to pina away, 

to wear away witil grieving. 
ffiebarttn, v.r.». to harden, make 

hard, to obduaate, to inure;. a&ge= 

bittet, in u red to hardshipi. 
abbat tu« 3, /. Iiatdening, making 

— growing lutd, obdurai ' 
»bba fpefii, v. r. o. to 

wind off on a roel. ' 
Abbau ben, t>. r. «. beut gntfen bif 

glaube abnehmen, to unhood. 
abjfluec, v.l.«. Säum«, ©etraifcr, 

Bra(, to hew — Gut down , chop 

off. feil; betl gODf, to höhend, 

itrika off the head. 
litdlKli *h b,ewing — entting 

down > Shopping off, feliing; be 

heading, «Wiking off. 
Abbaute»/ i-, «. r- to icrip off the 

pellicle (cuticle), 
Abheben, v- i. «, to heava — HF 

off; einen Sofft, to uhe off du 

ccver; (it ÄOtttn, W Cut; eine Ä4- 

neue, to dwiioum t 



«b& 



&6 r > ff f ii , ;:. l,eaving — liftiii| 
cutting; dismounttng. 
:■■■:;:■,:, f. cut. 

b betten, t>. a. n to looaen 
loO>« , untif, nnhook. 
abbcilen, v. r. ». to heal, 

liealed: — v. r. a. to cnre'V «p l 

": i :i , : ';:::■■. . ,' healing, curia 

b b o i f tb c i; , f. r. b. to «tk 
to heg, demand, requiro. 
b 6 C C f e n , n. i. a. to help froi 
rid; terbcfltrl, to'help, rel 
einer firantbrit» to ramadj; b 
ibjubelfen, it i» paet »et 



elf 



. rclie 



fcbioerten, : 

Xbbtlr'tiA, «d/. rsmediable 

beifüge SOJaße leifteu, to brin( 
teirifdy, to aecoro modale. 
a&bclfliojfeit,/. remediabl 
abb<llen. ■■ r. a. to cl«a* o 

clarify, make clear. 
abber'jen, r.r.a.eintnj to ki. 

bfütflr, 

abbe^en, v. r. «. to ti» — fi 

by huniing; to mar by bunti 

8 b b t U * C in , v. r. o, to obta 

2 6 b e u e r n, u. r. a. to hire f»o 

;; I- i- ■■■::. i-. ■ p. r. u. to liowl ; 
?ary ohb'i seif with n 



Ulli. 

8 6| 1 b, adv. ill affocted, diaafl 
■ ' ■■■.'■ ■.■ . iiiiavoorable, di 
tionato. unkind; einem obtolt 
to li-ii- iil ..vill 10 lomobody 

?l b I) c l r h , v.r. a. to fetch c 
call off: to haul, to gat off( 
fiom tha ihore, or the gro 
otbrlfn lafien, to *end fcir; 
[eti u^ollcn, ■■■) com« for; bei 
bie ^ajliiffel abbolev, to g« to 
home foi the keys. 

.'■.'.:■■.;■.' i- .-. . ■ . feie hing off, c 

■'■' !■!■■' ;. n. chips of wood. 
a 6 6 o 1 1 e n , m. r. to cloiT 

wood; 10 h«w down, toro 

fa fote.l). 
abb^^^tt/ ii. r. o. to hei 

learn by liitening. 
■> L-- b :. v ■' it , v. r. <;. einen $tug 

examine; Uy, he*r; borenb 

ren r lernen, to' leam by hei 
teat borß tu *ir baMn ab, 



,o you leam by hearing tha 

'.:::: .1 f. bBaxfng, triaj 



31 bb 



(the cards at dealing); 

[,,'s itnff of wuhed oai. 
abbubfifle, f.nU. 
abhülfe,/. it-diMa. reHetn 

Sll'tiitü' leiflen, to giTO xem< 

t ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ pply, 



...eil. pfbI, 

■ 



■ 
'. lo uJm oft ihe 



■ ■ ■ 
■ 



3 «b( 

■ 

I l hÜMKIj 

■ 

Ht 1 1« 9 f i! i 

■ 

atru ito, r. r. b, m 

. i. n. I. IV 

... W pid» ( 



n> ufl. i 






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. 



cfl-. piuafln, mbut miuhiUj. 

üttBOpptn, v. r. ». \a »Inte, 
, ■ 
■ ■ 

»■aiuä an t »fcnf, 

4| b I ii d ii |i r I ii , .1 u . /. tn fmw. 

|fifn«tp< ii off, io 

liml [tu wind, t« jilj-, nt 
ru«u tn «-ii 
21 !• f n i d t o , i, . r. m. io crjck nff. 
Xbtiiopftn, r. r.o to Dabo 
Bttlnöpr'in, 1-. t. *. ta ki.it uff, 

ui'ktiii . 
SMoAtrt, i. r. .i. ta bnil . 

«fttOnli:». 

BjHtniinrii, 1>, i ':. !.i mm uff, 
IO dr.ijl«, CS« ÜWgj, ro RBC Olli 
of [Le n>*4 , io min 1S10 . 

tutt baten ot'tutOiüiiicn, >h 

in>;fiji 3:rf.f(, to 
i.j lu»e lim ihiEJ.l. «Hl . 

brauifct lemiam, in f,*--- 

HIB . le li-ll «. J. i : ■ ■ ' ' ■ 

min. w> i 

h« d*t«fao>il Jtoni , (!<6 fcCälnJi'li, 

. 
ftiebt «ftfutlUIKn, h« mg,»gn!, not 
■ I Iriini*. dittliü'J b] ■■ 

Pf »ei <inc TtiriKlfttuibr 
üfcf.'ininm, u*i you «pei» 4 ujuinsi 

2fr (c iiniitn, h. ff.ininp of», prti««J- 
big, uriftim tliilii ■jYMMM* »•■ 



a&fommen mit 



übt 



offapring. 



. to be weakenrd 



«ommodation ; 

3emanb treffen, 

commudation Wim uns 

flbfommcnfcfjaft , /. 

descenr. , josterity. 
S bfimtn Iing, m. deecendant, off- 

Stbfopfcn, v. r. a. to top, to lop, 
cliop ofF, to cnt off tbe he ad. 

f&btewlln 1 V. a. r. to uncoiiplo. 

8t f of P«, u- «■ r. to get by Wheed- 
ling, ciidsing, courting, fawiiing. 

flbfraften, v. a. r. to weaken} 

v. it. to pine «ww. 
abfranten, v . 

bv tone illneu. 
9tlrinfen, u. r. «. tt..r. 

to pine away with grief. 
Mbfrafeen, u. r. «. to serape off, 

»entcU off, mb off with the nafli. 
abfrafeuiifl,/. aeraping — »cratch- 

ing off, nibbing oft with tbe naila. 
aitrieeeti, v.r.«. fjerüb befommen, 

to get off; to lower; to Buffer, to 

bo puniihed; einen fcbeit erbalten, 



; im (friege abgewinnen, 
to deprive , extott by war. 
»bfrüreeln, abfruinen, v. r. n. 
to fall off in criimba, in imall 

H&fütien, v. r. «. to cool; abtö- 
fd)en, to q.ieneh; fieb, to cool; Qu 
nuitbrteroeaiinaeri, to calm, w ip- 

«l r (1 ß 1 II fl 9, /. cooling, ouenching. 
Ql 6 t ü 111 in e r n , y. r. a. 10 grieve , to 

pine away witfi »adnel», to tneum- 

%-.r, aulict ont'. (elf. 

Sbt ün öi gen, n. r. «. Bon ber Äart-- 
<el, to prociaim — make tnown, 

Bibliih , fnim the pulpit ; ein 
rOUtpaat, to lud the baut ot riia- 
trimony; im @cbailfpitt, to an* 

nounce; entfaflen, toieaign, give 

aStitn^i^ting, /. procUiming, bid- 

ding ti.e bau», 
flbfunft,/. de.com, birtb, ongm, 

iuuo, peuigree , extractioa. 
abtupfen, v. -. a. to cm off tbe 

point, 10 nip off. 
SGfurgen, v. r. a. to »horten, cur- 

tail , abbreviata ; türjer inndjen , to 

abridge; SQörter, to epitomiaet ton 

einer »efotbung , to defalcate ; Bon 

einer Sumine, to deduot, bat«, abate, 

let*en, clip . diminith; feinem Sei» 

bt, to .ibndgn. 
«btÜriUOfl, /. ibortening. abbre- 

viation, epltome , «etalcaiion, de. 

duccion, dimiuuiion, abridgroent ; 

eint abgetönte Saint, ©ort, ein ab. 

tüfiungSjricttn, ahonhaiid, abbre- 



Abtrieben, v.r. rec. to Taugt 
»elf out of breath , to tiro 
Unghing, to laugh one's fill. 

abtactiren, v. r. a. = abfat 
to abUctate , to graft by appi 
to inareh. 

a&,lactiren, n. ablactation. 

Bblaben, v. i. a. to unload, 
bürden, discharge. 

Ab [aber, in. unloader, diteba 

Koiage, /. putting away, 1 
alide; comptnsation made b' 
rents to chtldrcn inatead of' 
inhcril.mcc ; place of depolic. 

afctager, «. stoppingplace, r 
aij.tönbert, v. r. n. to lift, v 

the anchoT, to deparc , aet aai 
Sit'lang, adj. oblong, longish 
Äfilangen, v. r. a , tonacli, f 

er fftnn ti ablaugen, it is n 

hl« reach. 
3t 6 ( f; , m. &e« TOaffree, drai: 

her Ort, ipoburrbrf aufgeladen 

drain; 3nbu(gfilJ, indulgence. 
don, remisSKin ; berfolltüll 
Ablag, plenary remis.ion. 3 
brief , m. letter of indul-ence. 
lafibu&e, /. Office of indi<lgen 
9C6laffen, ». >. a. ben 'Bogen 
Ist off, iinbend, s lacke n , lo 
ben Sßein, to bottle the win 

tranavasato , ilcraiit, lack , I 

off; einen ©cid), to (et out t 
einen 93rief abfdjiifen, to send . 
to wtite « letter; am ^)reifi 
ahacs, remit. bäte; Puti ein«! 
dje abrieben, toceaae, desiat, 
over. abimdoi 
3 b ( a § a e l b , ». 1 

louf Jitöje, /. 



' hrov! 



Hing of tr 

aeller of i 



ablaifvam, m. 

ablafifratiur, 1 

abfa6prel)i«er, 

dulgence», »aller of indn. 
abCainotbe, /. corpua chi 






abtat 


B, 


n. _ 


Jlebmen&ung , 


a tut 


en 


v. 0. 


to unlath. 


ke away the larhs. 


»blau 


en 




B . to nnleav 


liage. 

3 Hau 


off 
rn 


'Tr 


off leave» , tl 
a. to lurk. 


for. 


O S] 




dia cover by 



Sfbtauf, m. rtinning down , 1 

fall, outlet; lapae, time paat. 

itsne, event, suceesi ; M SB 

ebb; eine* 58riefel, going of 
ncr Srifr, expiratioii of a 1 
M OTcnbrf , vrane of tu« a 
ein Ott, bureb neld)en bat a 




'.■[■« t: t u n 9 , / U.ding uff. und«. 

■ 



m- pwt >po4t) gOC tm- 
IHM frjm ly». 












. 



■ 



i<>. vr*«kaa, 
omltfami. 



tun 6/r farfie <ib , Im 

ti>» «•■bl4Ct. 

fctlCTiKti. 
Misfc-ifut 

HHrftn, 

. .^tuitir«, lo j[>(liitr; 
uro ■Siiiin. M [il»ck — pic*> f. 

i>litt*i fl« 
fhrrollf, to cnl! ort, 

rtidj iirnui.-[ ■ 

flltlfrit , «II b» r»«i3 ' . 

«6!f«jr»n, f. dbt«ii{|Ptti. 

jt 6 t i i * 1 1 1 ii, ►. n «. ■■• jjti b jf c 

. 10 »IMI (ml of. 

3 blirjcrn, ii. r. u . iü d«liv<r ( 






f*rung, /. deltvtry, 

il ( ti , i'. i. *. tn li* 
,' W lir f«r ofl ; I 



. b. io jtt bj- triclu 
^'■uiQnii oanningji ntlOSl tlipjf, 
I tMag 
* b lo rf «H, i'. r a. tn eiitic« 
W Aurr off, ijani'i 
dugi[ BtfC, (u Hill« nionry | 
• f, io eii*k on» out of Uli n 
Ztjrht\tr.tbledtn, to woto bj 
i Uic -y«t). 
S 1 1 e $ n i n , r. r. *. m oiy uff, 

diubsn. 
9tflörfo}rn, r. «, r. to sin 
■ 
JEp&tcn, S«irr, io aunwlii 

■ 

(lunij «inrÄflniirg tan t« Xjr't 

to wip« off, tu ciuuguiiEi. 

Is tn ftn. r. r.o. ttt luttBlt HO n 

typ, iinbiiiil , l00*( 

Vitra vom Äirtxr, lo cm njf 

leirrt! all Srifnil/ W rtwlw, 

. liftuc iRtllcl, ioU.. 

intjptiiit.. rrt'Avmi* ; flu WffJbJP 
Ufttwut fite Stator , i 

■ ■ ■ 

rj) «lliantfr *t, thov Ut ollorr.ii 
ri ttnlifrti, io rodi-<n.i jlrfj «kl 
(CR, M **f off, pwl «ff. 



3fbl l 

UblbtlHfy, tu be looMoed, unüed, 

unboundi »everod; ledecmable, re- 

corerable. ■ 
Itli eben, v. *. r. to untolder. 
afc lugen, ». i. a. lo gat by'lying. 
1 6 1 U % f e n , v. a. i. ro 50t by luxk- 

ing , (cunniug , art, trick«), 
abmatt/en, v. r. «. lotToinben, to 

loche, loosen; ju Snfce bringen, to 

atckieve. »etile, rule, regulate, com- 

pose . bring to a eflncliujoni gleit!) 

abmatbtn, er — 



»hart i 



8b 111 a 1) en, v. r. a. to raow, to. cut 
down; tjtetraibe, ©ra*, to bau 
down com, gi'43!. 

abmabung, /. mowmg, cittting 
down , beating down. 

V 6 m a b 1 e n , v.r.*. to grind down ; 
to fix by eertiiu markt; $om, Saf« 
fee, to grind cori), coffee. 

abmobnen, v.r.a. to dehort fron, 
diuuid« from, to warn. 

atntabnung, /. ditauaaion, dehor- 

Xbmalen, v.r.«. mit bem 5pinfet, 
CO paint, depaint, depict; einen, 
to draw one » jiioiura, to portray ; 
Cborafttr, fieibenftbaft, to depaint, 
dttctibe; einen na * bem L'eben, to 
draw one after, from lifo, with 
lively colou«. 

abmargeln, v. r. a. to wüte, ma- 
' cerate , WNU out , emaciato , (x- 



Xbwarftb, m. = afcjug, afcgang, 
Jorljug, marchiug off, maich, de- 

ÄMnarfihiTm, v. r. n. = afcjie. 
ben, autijiefien, to march, march 
off, depstt, decamp. 

36 martern, v. r. n. 10 tormont, 
to exeruciate, torture. 

Vbmdtttn, f. r. o. to harn«, to 
tire, to woary, tofatigue, to make 

, dult, rX Ueprive of brightne», 
(poliah); Surd) Slr&eit, 10 haraai — 
to tire with labour; bie Gruppen 
ober JJrerbaufen waren von einem 
langen unb mü&famen föarfd) ober 

?ug abgemattet, the txoop» were 
«..le] witb «long and wearilO- 
me march; bdh Sorgen abgemattet, 
harused out with care. 
gbinattung, /. haruting, dring, 

wearying ■ fatigue , faintnett. 
ab meiern, v. a. r.to expel, turn 

OUt Of f 31111. 

abmeißeln, v. r. a. to chiiel off, 
to rake away with a chiiel; to 

rnooth with a chiael, 
ine r f en, v. r. «. to learn by ob- 
«erving; to mark, to obaerre, da- 
vine. dilCOT«r, pr netrate. 

«bmeffen, v. i.a._to 



I for • building ; eilt» Sa» 



! 3fbn 

dje norf) einer anbeni , to pro 
00, to adj'ust, to meaaiira. j 
meffet eure ^eVgterbrn na* 
Vermögen unb nidjt euer Ser 
nan) tuern 'Segierben ab . ju 
your dmi res by your fortuner 
not your iortunea byyour di 
eine 6<i*e nadj einer anbem 
tbeiCen, to meamro by • tbin) 
ift niebt a&jmnefien, tbare 
»tandard for it., 
abmefftr, m. raeutueri von 

abmesen, v. a. r. to take th 

ttr'a fea for grinding. 
abmietben, v. r. a. to hire 

to take in hire, to farm. 
abmietber, m. teuee. 
abmobcln, v. )■. h. to mod< 

form , to aluipo. 
abmoofen^ *>. r. a. einen ®ai 

clear, to nd a tree ofmou, 

Off the DIOH. f 

abmorben, v. r, a. to bt 
diapatch. 

8 6 ra ü b e n , v. 1 . e. to fatjgtie 
raif , tire, weary. 

abraüfiigen, v. r.o. to apare 
tiroi-, ieamre ; alle 3ett, btC 
müfiigrn fonnte, — all the ti 
could apare from — ; einen 
flijen, 10 detoin — withho 
from ooeupationi. 

ffl bnageln, v. a. to drira thi 
nailt into a iliip'a aide* or b 

abnagen, tr.r-a.to gnxw , 
off, to nibbl«, pick; bat 
vom Änoc&en, to pick clean ! 
ben Änorfjen felbfi, tn t;niw; 
aen, to gnaw; bie Sffiau« na. 
gaben ab , the mouie jmw 
threada to piecea; Äummtvno 
bat ^trj ab, hii haart ia con 
with grief. 

abnogUBJ,/ picking, gna' 

abulben, v. 1. a. to *ew thi 
ouc, to quilt; burd) Waben 
ben, to figure by mein» of 1 

abnahmt, /. dimintition ; 1 
tbei(*froft, diminution of 
ment; an Xugent, declinati« 
Äröften, decreate; 93er fall, i 
aion, decreate , decay; einet 1 
declerliion of a land. declinai 
a monareby; tat abnebmen Bei 
bef, the decreaio of the 
wana of the woon; bie 2f 
Vom Äreuj, the deteeut fre 

abnarben, v. a. r. 10 cm th« 

(of leatber> 
abnarren, v. a. r. to fool 1 

to get by pranka and tricks. 
abnehmen, v. i.m, ten^ut, 1 

off the hat; ben @<bleier, t 

•ff the Teilt bat itiffbluip, 



*t« 









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■ 
■ 



■ 
■ 



■ 

... Ig flESI. tl 

i xrpj«J>. in 



1 
■ 

■ 

ritli pul» 

| 

. .. 

■ 
■ . 

XftpÜf-tR, Di a. ■ <•: j'rrk, n»le! 
|icJ»i«g. 

' -xlurl iivm 

■ 

■ 
. .. 

a fc p ( (i « f t 

S*3cJl. 

4*i< la u P;r a, u. r. ,i. to tslh jii 

M ' we«y vm'i »«I 

■ 

■ I 
»ili n-ilh tlitn'fi'-, 

lUrriljta, !■■ f. ,i 

■ jf.jiDy, tu n 
. 
5 tp rnllrn . utptcllrn, t.x.4 

9 b p r f i ' f f u 

i , 
. ■ 

Cor* JlWMgtlÜ T tHI iu'i-rhjllni (I 




Vbp 



18 



übt 



ft&profeetl/ v. r. a. to dismount, 
monnt, level, point (a cannon). 

Äbprugeln, i?. r. «. to beat , bang, 
maul, cudgel, throsh, bastinado. 

Äbpuffen, v. r. a. to flay, to tear 
off; to srrike with th.e fist; to 
pommel ; to detoni2e, to cause to 
explode. 

9 b p U <Jj e n , r. r. «. to clean, cleanse ; 
ba£ ^i(f)t, to önuff the candle; bie 
@<$U^e, to clean shoes, wipe off 
•hoes, blacken slioos; (SefäfeC, to 
•cmir, rub , polisli; C|lt tyfero / to 
rub down a horse; eint datier, to 
•moothe a wall; bie £aue, to clip 
off. 

%b quälen, v. r. a, to tonrrent out 
of, to teazo from, to wring out of, 
extort from , to worry. 

Steuerten, ab quirlen , v. r. a. 
to twirl , to beat up , to mill. 

Äb()UCtfc$en, v. r. a. to crush off, 
to squash , bruise. 

gbqiltcfen, v. a. r. to pirrify gold- 
ore by means of quicksilver; to 
cool the silver after melting. 

ftbrä bellt, v. a. r. to cut (paste, 
dough) with the jagging iron (a 
littlc wlieel). 

gbraff, $(6 rafft, n. that wbich 
is taken away» senm. 

%b raffen, v. a. #•. to snatch off 
(away). 

$ D r a f) a tn , n. -pr. Abraham ; bie 
Slbrabamiten , Abraliainites ; ber 
2l6ral)amöbaum, Abraham'* bahn, 
chasteiri»«. 

Vi b X a f) m C n , v. r. a. to fleet , fkim 
off. take off the cream. 

8J 6 r a i n e n , v. a. r. to separate by 
itnrk*, to boarder (a liold). 

% 6 ran b C(n, t>. a. r. to tinborder, 
to take away the edge (briuk). 

ffbraferi, v. r. a. to browze the 
gvass , to graze. 

6 r a f p e ( n , r . r. a. to rasp off, ro 

even with a rasp. 
86 ratzen, v. i. a. to dissuude, de- 

hört, advise against. 
Sbratbuug, /. dissuasion. 
ftbrauben, v. r. a. to rob of, from, 

ro pilfer, plunder, pillage. 
%b V a\\d) tn , v. r. n. to cvaporaie, 

exhale. 

ftbraufen, v. r. a. to pull off. 

% b X a U in, m. Clearing away, icmov- 
ing ; rubbish , traslj. 

üb t hu nt en, 2». r. o. to take away, 
to clear; ben £tf<6 , to clear the 
table, to remove; bte ©peifen, to 
serve off the nicat from the table ; 

tont 9$üe$erbrctt, t>em fcellerbrett u. 

f. f. , to take down from a reposi- 
tory. from the shelves. 

9 b x a u p e n , ?■ . r. «. Säume , to 

clear — sid trees of catcrpillax«. 






%bxtd}tn, v.r. a. to rake off, *• 

clear with a rake. 
%bxtd)netl f v. r. a. to discount, 

subtract, abate, deduet, def.dk; 

jufamnien rennen, to even — settie 

-— clear, balance, make up the ac- 

count, reckon with. 
3( b X e c^ 11 U n 0,/. discount ; seriUng— 

making up the acoount, reckoning 

wiih. 
9t 6 v c d) t e , /. the left side of cloth. 
51 6 l* C ä) t C n, ^. r. n. to dress the left 

sido of cloth; to get, obtain by a 

lawstiir. 
51 b x e b e , /. appointmeut , concert, 

coiivenrion, agreement« covenant, 

aecord, contract ; $6rebe ncbmeu, 

to conceit together, to make au 
agreement, to re5olve with ont ac- ' 
cord; in 5lbrebe fe»n, to diiown, 
to question, disavow, unsav. 

% b X e b e n , i?. r. «. to appoint 9 to 
concert, to contrive, to agree, tti* 

fulate, contract; abgerebeter ffl(M 
Cit , aecording to agreement. 

% b X 1 9 it e n , v. i*. r. to cease to rain, 

to stop raining; ei $at abgeregnet, 

it has done raming. 

%bxtxben, v.La. to rub off; qliU 
ten, to griad; abuüften, to wear 
off; Sarcen, to grind colours, to 
beat smnll. 

21 b r c i d) e n , v. r. a. to reach ; a(g^ 
bell; to deliver, ro hand in; tPrnn 

trf) ttn abreißen tann , lf he coroet 

"witliia my reach. 
% b X e i f e n , i>. a. to take away the 
sharp edges ; v. iu to grow quite 
lipo (matttre). 

^(brei^Cn, r. r. «. to unstring. 

31 b r c i f C , /. departtire , parüng, aet- 
ting out. 

ä b r e i f e n , v. n. r. to depart , to set 
out. 

abreißen, ?•. i . n. to break , to 
t»ar; ^(eiDer, to wear off: - v. i.a. 
ein v^tütf »on etiva^, to pluck — 
tear off; einer £nube ben »opf, to 
pull off; ein "Statt ton einem ^Sau# 
me, eine ^Ölume u. f. f., to pick off; 
ein &d)lv$ f einbaue, to pull down» 
to demohsh ; Äfcibun^ftiicfe, to 
rend, to Wi»ar off; * abbtlben, to 
didinenre, draw, adumbrate. 

^breiten, v. /. n. to ride away, 
to set off un liorseback; geftem rtta 

ten n?ir pon Jpaufe ab, yesterday we 

set* out on liorseback from home: — 

v. i. a. er ^at feinem uferte bte 5?nf* 
eifen abgeritten , de rode off bis 
horse's sJiocs; bitrct) iReitm entfr&fa 

ten, to um our to fatigue, harass, 
founder ; jurcttcn , to dress , to 
break , to train a horse ; ein «JUt 
angerittene^ ${etb, a well managed 
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an abuse. 
86fcbaffung, f. discharging, dis- 

nussing, discarding; abrogation, 

abolition, abolishment; reforming, 

reduction. 
% 6 f d) a f * n , i>. a. r. to fleet a tackle, 

to fihift. 
Ä&fcfcalen, r. r. a. to peel, Peel 

otf; Obft, to pare fruit« ; 93a(U 

nüfle, to shell walinuts; SRan&eln, 

to Manch almonds ; Säume, to 

bark. 
Hbf~d)hlunQ, f. paring , blanching, 

prciing. 

8(6fc$6rfen, v. r. a. to giv* edg* 
to; to «Juli the edge, to Munt. 

0bf$arren, v. r. a. to tcrape, 
Scratch off. 

8fof$atten, abf(#attiren, v. r. a. 

to shadow out , to adumbrate ; 2je» 
manben, to take one's shade, to 
shadow one out. 
86 flauen, v. n, to direct the eye 
to, to aim at. 

2(6 flauem, v. «. to dividc by a 
partition. 

8(6 f$ a U fein, v. «r. r. to remove 
(clcan) with the shovel. 

8(bfc$aum, m. scmn, dross ; ber 

2(bfc$aum be* SBolfS, the refuso of 

the people. 
f& 6 f d) a u in e n, v. r. «. to «cum, skim 

the dross, take off the «cum. 
% b f <$ ä U m U fl g, /. scumming, skixn- 

mirig. 

Slbfcbeeren, v.l. «. bie^aare, ben 

95art, to shave ; ein ©d&af, to sliear, 
fleece; Saume, to lop; ftofenbu« 
fefee, t > top ; jjeefen, to poll. 

2l&fd)eeren, m. shaving; sheaiing, 
ileccing; lopping, topping, poll- 

% b f <t) e t b e n , v. i. n. to part , to dc- 
uart from; er iPttl abföeiben, Jie is 
breathing bis last: — i.i.a. lo se- 
parate, to Hisjoin; SXetalle abfeget« 

Den, to renne metali. 

*}{ b f d> e 1 : b C r , m. refiner. 

2(6f$eibung, /. parting ; Separa- 
tion. 

2(6 [die (fern, r>. r. ». to peel off. 

2! b f <( e U , /n. aversion , abhorrence, 
abhorrency , dcteslation , abomina- 
tion, ioathing; 2(6fdjeu ba6en t>or, 
to abhorr; ein 8(6fc$eu fei;n, to be 
detested. 

2( 6 f <$ e U C$ e n, v. r. a. to fright away, 
to scare , drive away. 

2(6f feuern, v. r. •«. ro scour off, 

to «ear away. 
2(6 f d)€U (td), Wjf. abominablc, exe- 
crable, hoirible, hideous, gastly, 
frigbtfiil, detestable, loatlis\>me; 

ein a6pf)cu(i(6er ©efrenf , a deadly 
stink; *bfätul\(fye &iU>er, torrible | 



figrtres ; jjrof , vast ; öbfc^eult^ 

rettfe , vastly rieh, 
9(6fd&euttd), mlv. abominably, di- 

testably ; vastly, prodigiously. : 

%b{d)evitid) fett / /. aboniinable- 

ness , loathsomeness , enormity, 

eastliness. m - 

3( 6 fd; testen, v.r.«. to dispose, di- ^ 

vi de. * . 

8(6 f Riefen, v. r. a. to send away f 

dispatch. 
% b f A) i <f U n g , /. «ending away, dis« _ 

patching. ", 

21 d f c^ t e o e n .# !»./.«. to shove, p«sh f ' 

thrust, off; £aren u. ^ergL, to shilt 

offtaxes, duties; t?on jl($ auf Wßß ' 
bere , to put off upon. 
2tbfct)teb/ m. leave; dismission| . 

einem feinen 2l&fcfiieb geben, to dis- 
miss, discard; feinen 2lbfd)tet »er* 

langen , to beg to be dismissed, CO 
ask one's dinmission; bet &tüttf)<tU 

ter 6at um feinen 2lb[4ieb, the go- 

vernorsolicitedhis discharge; CT pat 

feinen 2Cbfd)ieb erhalten , he h«s ob- 

tained bis dismission; ^e\XQm^,\et* 
ters testimonial ; certificate; ein ge» 
ricötli^er, deerce; 5Xcidjb'a6fcbicb, re- 
cess; au* einer ©efcüfdjaft, ton einen 

Orte, pactiug, departing, departure; 
faiewell ; (£r(aubiii§ ju reifen, ieaye; 
aui biefcrSBelt, departure; ^bfet>ieb 
nehmen , to bid — take f are well, to 
take le.u-e. to sliake hands ; ^ intet 

ber £^ür 2tbfcfjieb nehmen, to set 

out withont takin[j tarewoll , to 
takü a freucli leave. 

8( b f d) i e b t a u b i e n a, /. = Sfcfttcftfi 

(tef)6r, andience ot l^-ave. 

2(bfcf>ieb abrief, m. Iettt*rs dismü« 

sorv; letter* testimonial. 
2(6 febieb^f U§, m. partium kiss. 
21 b f di% cb^prebigt,/. valedictory 

sernion. 

2(bf(bieb^f(6mau^, m. valedictory 

dinncr — supper. 
2( b f d) i C ti t V u n I / m. partingeup. 

8(b f db i ef e r n , i». a. to peel off, 

br<;ak , cleave, fplir, scale. 

21 b f d) ve 6 e n , v. i. a. einen <Pfct(, to 
shoot — dibcbargf; — let fly — send 
off an arrow, ashaft; etrt jfcuerge* 
tt?el)r-, io shoot , f:re , discharge a 

tun, pistol etc. ; einen ^3oge(, to 
it a bird ; eine Spant , $ufi n. f. f., 

to 8hout off a hand, a fönt etc.; 

beffer febiefien aii , to outshoot ; er 
bat finen regten &oge( abgesoffen, 

he nas gained a mightv pnint: — 

v. i. n. ^egeuwaffer von ben CD&cbern, 

to shoot — run — flow down ; Sflr# 
ben, to fade, lose colour, decay, 
grow p.ilo. 
% b f d) i e fi tt n [ g , /. shooting , dit- 
char^inr<. tiring etc. 

8( 6 f Q x f f e n , y. / . a. ©üter , to ship, 

to pul on ship board, to sliip off; 



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Bing, »iril.e, ca(t off ; ben Kelter, 
to ui.ig off; Dorn iJJferbe geworfen, 
thrown off from the horbs, dis- 
mounied. 
Bbfdjraetäen, •• r - "• " melt °^ 
to separate by meltiiig; bura) 
©djm«£jen jur «ÖoIlfomitieTiljeit pnn> 
gen, to diasolve, to roake liquid; 
— v i. "■ • tec e$ eig. afiftfcmiljtr- 
febn foUteJ, to diitolve, weit; am 
lieiBe , to grow lean. 
MH*mieren, * , * r - "■ to *" ,e<r ol J> 
to transcrib« negUgendy; to «oil, 
■tain; f*leO)t fdjraben , to bociaub 
the paper; ofcprüfleln, to cudge! 
»orely, best, chaitiie. 

Jibfc&mufcen, ».r.it. toamnt, gret. 
8b, alur, diit, foul, beimire, make 
fi'tliy, beraub, »oil, anlty, tarnish. 
«6f*n alten, v. r. a. to nnbiickle. 
«bfc&nappen, »>.r. », to »■«. to 
■lachen, .lip, g« loo« ; 6er Äabn 
am ©*lofFe, ta< @*!p6 ift flog» 
frfjiiappt, the cock or the lock U 
•lipt; — v. r. «. to »lip, »lacken, 
get looie; Die £bür, to map the 
door; in ber SReoe, to break eil 
abiuptly, 10 »top »uddcnly. 
«bfc&neiben, i>. >■ «. to cut offi 
bie ffebit, to et tbe throat; l.e 
Slögel, topare; 6en wart, to tum ; 
bie jliigel, to elip; bat #orn, to 
cut down, to reap; eine want, «in 
Ättbn, to kill; mit btr €^e, to 
aawi ben fiebenifaben, to killt ei- 
ner ©Übt bat Gaffer, to dig oft; 
fett Sufubr, to »top the pa.«ag<-, 
the provi.ion»; MfifJaMVij* 
deprive of hope«; tut f$ele$inty .' 
to deprive of opportunity . to pre- 
lentthe occa.ton; jtW XH<fUt 
abfdjneiben, 10 pweliid« «r«* 
■ion; einem feine «bre, to «im, 
wo.md, Wut, one'» reputation: 
eine £aube in Rapier, to cut out ii 
paper. 
»bfojneioung, /. cuiting off ete. 
3t6f*nelltn, v. r. a. tolecgo, i< 

Ut fly (witb a jerk). , 
abfeineu jen, v. r. c. «in rinjt, t< 

muff, poll, top a candle. 
ä&ftfinippen,..-. *. tocl.poff. 
.-abfA»m>perlingc, /. clippm,.-. 
abfitnitt, m. cut, emurf.; et'..- 
»iqur, «ine* Äorpert, in fcct «CWti:e- 
wälit, tutn>«nti in «inem W&U 
U, einer »fflung, intntichin«4 

in einem 33ud;e, einer 6d)nft, «c 



tlan, head; in' einem 53frf«, b 

»»nie; an einer 2Runse, e«i 

ton einer Raufte ic, p*"ern e« 

ati^nittlet-n, n. äbfdjmfey 

rom 1 a6f*ni^el, ckip, camng, cLip 

3 6f°d>ti tl>el, n. »bred, cliip, cu 
snippet, »nipping. 

äbf*ni«eln, abfo^ni^en, 
fl . to cut off, to carve; ein i 

io pire. 
9i trAnuren, v. r. . «. to mi 
unlwej mit ter febnur ab» 
to meaaure out vtiili tiic Iin 
layo.it, to Square by tbe üi 



to »cuop off, to take ofl. 

' Btflbo"*, '«. »tot, »cot, tax 

(.obepaidbibim, that re 

witb hii profeny to «n ott 

nidiciionj. x 

aef*rapen, v. r. «. to «er. 

a6fe6 tauben, v. r. a. to «er. 

|iffl)E€<r<H f f- r.«. to dete 
bearten, djscouraee fron», to 
ftom ; w tÄSt futi wo>t abfe 
he is not deterred. 

abf*reibe3«6übr,/.a6l 
begelb, n- eopy-money , c 
feu for eopying, UNicnbin 

abtreiben, v. .". «. eine « 

«m©cbi*t, «udj u. f. f., t 
trameribe ; einen Sermtn, to 
eine böfeetbulbi towrite o: 
pensate, to leaaen , dednet 
aecountbook , to balance 
couitt of abad debt ; er bat 
bie 3i n fl« afegerdjrieben , hii 
ate almoat spent with wril 
haa almoat worn off bi» &• 
writi"g : 
abfrt?r«ib«r, m. copi«, 

ftV , w .*altcrci, /■ pl»gi«i 

abfebretbung, j. copym 
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proelaim; mit einem ©([ 
fp«d)«n, to cry off, aga.ni 
cVy, di.pme; fieb bomit i 
to tire ninwelf with cry 
f(btxi|tt>irbi«Ä«bt«ab, yo 
ia sore with crying. 
abfftretten, v. i.n.io n 
out Of the way. lo detnate, 
— v. i. a. abmefitn , to m 

abfftreitenb, edj. digre 
abf*rirftn, v. «. r. — 

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$ 6 f e n g e n , v. r. a. to singe off, to 

5£b engunfl, /. iingeing, »Biring. 

Sl t» (enfen, r. r. a. to Uy . io »et a 
«lioot; SKeben, to provine; einen 
ectaitt, to sink, delve a «baft. 

SfefenFer, m. layer, alioot, »pn'g. 

Hbfentung, /. laying, »ettwg; 
•in*i»C, 

91 & f f ft 6 a r , adj. remov.ble. 

8 6 I e ij e n , v. r. a. to aet down ; irfi 
tratit es au£, ohne ntjitfcffen , I 

«Iranl/it offat a dranght ; abwerten, 

io ding off; bat) <pfetb tat ibn ab= 
gefet>t, the horsebas Jliing In' in off ; 
er f'ei>te jie in fei nein SBagen ob , he 

«et her down in liis erjnipage; ab' 

fdjnfibffl, to cut off; Bannten, io 
seil ; Selb , to cry down ( lower. 
diminidi thevalne of) moneyi eu- 
ren Äbnn), to de thron« ; Mit t irtein 
Snite, to discharge, dilpl.ice, de- 

auf eine afileite, to mapend; weqfe- 
ftf n fcen ©tubi ton ber ffiianb u. f. f., 

to ni.il.* a break; tili Sieben, to 
malt a »tmrt «top; Dpm i'ailbe ab> 
feigen, to put to im; entreobnen, 
to wem; turifj gavte ober (Stellung 
ebfrerixn modjen, io contra« , to set 
off; eine ^anbfdntfl mit ©Triften 
copiren, to cnmpote. 
Qifei)Ull(|, /. ili?püBJtion, dcpoiing, 

.gbff ufjen, D.r.to weaken himaelf 
by tiglitng. 
3(bfe!;n, v. !. n. to he off, to b. 
far, to be broken off; aeparated. 
mtlooaed, ibolialied ; ber gfüflel ift 
ab, the nail ii off; Öcr arm ift tljilt ab, 
he ha» lost hii aim ; irjtr fmb notfj 
weit ab, we ara »tili at a grell 

U&fciMt, n.absence; dittance ; loäbi 
tcnb meine* äbfei;n(, during, in 

Sbfirfct, f. Teipect, viow , deaign, 
intention, pnrpojc; wenn id) (li 
gleicfjbteöicrte nenne, fo ifr fie bod) in 
aller abfitbt bie et fie, though I call 
her the fonrth , yet she ij in all 
reapect the first ; meine 2 bfifbt ift, 
my intention i>; er bat abflaut r 
tie , he ha» a desi't-n lipon bei; 

tfl brr -ä&flrtit gemöf, it im« ... 
■hepiirpoiu; e>bneab(id)(,undesign. 
edlya ga$ 93ifier, aim; feine™' 
flirrt emt<fjett , to hi t oite'a aim , to 
gain the point. 
Sbfi<6tlicr|, adj. dnaigned, l'nfejid 
•d, intention al : — adi: witli ile- 
■ieiT, «le.ignedlv. i n tenti. ; ..,lly; 
er tijot H Obp^ttirt), be did it witt, 
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516 ft (fern, v. r.n-to trickte down, 
»blieben, v. a. to «ift off (the , 

chaff). 
3 t> ft e 4 e It , ti. r. to Iangitish , «OB- ■' 

sinne, pine away by aicknoM. ~ 

abrieben, v. i. a. to seeth, » '. 

boil; gier, topoaeb. 

Minuten, '■- '- "■ t» »ing[ ber 5)a» 

ter fang bie SRfffe ab, the fatbar . 

siing the nia»; i'ieber, to cirol. 
R b f i n <t u n g , /. einging; caroüinp. 
3 6 f t n r e n , v. n. to sink down. 
Sbfiijtn, v. i. n. tum ^ferbe fte> 

Itl, to nlight, dismomit; to lU- 

inisli, fixtingniili by litting; to 
t to the conclii'ion of H givell 

me: — v. i. a. eine Igttult, to 
. ear a dabt by being impriaoned, 

Äbfofut, odj. abiolute, ponitiv«;-, 
— adv. ab»oln{olv ,,by all irwnl. - 

äbfc lu tien, f. «btoliHiou, rnloM«. 
•Iirift. 

Sbfoloiren, ». r. «. freifprcfsjen, te>. 

abnolve, acquit. discharge, ihiirej 

beenbigett, to dinchan-gs, to finiab. 

Ab f o n b e r t i d) , adj. »epatate , m. 
clnded , Singular, patrticnlar, peon- 
liar, eipeeial; tt lebt obfonSerli«), 
he hss .i pecnliar wn« of living : — f 
adv. sepai-Jlely, particularly , eap>- 
cially. 

abfonbirn, v. r. a. bem Orte rtan), 
w aet apart, .eparaie, «egregate* 
divide , dasjoin , dismeraber, pat 

asunder, patts in ©ebanfen , ab* 
ffrabiren, to abstract; fldj ab fort" 
Otrn, to withilraw, to live by one'» 
Seif, to be distincniihfid, 

abfo nberuuq, /. »eparation, ie> 
greeetion, patling; ber 6öftt, ie- 
creuon; Slbftractton , abttraction. 

abfonberung^nermogen, n. abi- 
tTBctive faculty. 

■Sbfonntg, a. removed frora tlic 
■tin , diatant from the (tanbaama, 

36 fovgen, v.r. to weatr ont, eon- 
mme, »nervale , enfeeble br care. 

abfpatten, v. r. o. im *pa«'C- V«ff. 
abgefp alten, to cleare, aptit off. 

Sbfpanen, v. a. to wenn. 

äbfpanntlt, V. r.a. to nnbend; tffl 
loose, relax, imyoke, unleam ; öetl 
$)aba an einem Seuergeuxbr, to im- 
cock, cock down; einen Sogen/ to 
imbend; yftrtt , unteam; öd>fen, 
unyoke; bie ©aiten einet ftorfe, to 
let off the p>n« of a barp, to let off 
the mings ; abgefpartnt, lowspijit- 
ed; abgefnannte Saiten, ilackened 
slrines. 

a b f p A n (H 9, adj. alienate, alienaied; 
abfpätlffig marfien , to alienate , 
ettraoge; »ttben, to tum dialoyal, 

ab fpaien, f . r. m. to epam from. 

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off; - «. i. r, garben unb giqurrn 
gegeniinanber: aber fit mü fielt curtfj 
ibrr eerfrfiiebenen (Stellungen gegen 
ttnanber abfterfien, bin they mute 
coivrast each ptlier by their »everal 
posin. ms ; er tradjre 'tiii Olli (einer 
nnttrn Urfncbe in ineinen 53ienft, alt 
bafh.i<b gegen bin) abfteeben feilte, he 

pur von j ii to my «ervice for nn 
01W reaaon tLan to «et me off; 
€harofter gegen einanber abfielen ju 
morfjen, <o «et off fh.ir.iden; fie 
ftnb immer frob unb munter unb ftc; 
eben gegen Sie fauern &efta)ter ab, 

*!iey are alwayi gay and «prigbtly 

and set off the worae face*. 
Rtfrcfhcn, n, killing, butchering; 

pitcbnig of a'field. 
Xbftetbcr, m. oxcureion, ramble, 

digression. i 

g(bftedjmcffer, n. butcharingknife. 

Ä 6 ft e rf e n, v.r.a. tRateltt, to unpin; 
ein Eager, io pitch a field witli 
pale*; bie ©i'&njCn, to mark Out 

th« boimdaries. 
atbfteben, v. r. n. to «und off; ber 

Sttfd) ffebt weit »oh ter SBanb ab, 

the table Stands far from ilie wall ; 

fiaürl. eom ©djreiben , Sauen, to 

dosist — ceac-e from - leavo off 

wiiting, buildjng; ton einem 9Jor' 
baten, 93orfal$, to quit a projeet, 
to reünquish a detign, to desist 
from it; inj will Pon meiner ^ewef 
bung abfleljert, I will give over my 
mit; ubcrlaffen, to concede, to 
yield np ; (leben ®ie mir 3$re Ub,r 
ab , pray, let me hive yoiir watch ; 
Derberben, fdjal, geift. unb fraftlo* 
Werben, to grow yapid. to turn; 
ber @aft ber Orangen, Simonen unb 
Mepfcl ift abgeflanben, the Juice of 
ibese oranges, lemons and applei 
ii lonewliit flalled ; ton ©etr&n' 
ten Überhaupt, to die; PCttt SDtine, 
to turn, IO pa.ll, to grow vapid ; 

Von gifnjen, to die; von Sauinen, 
(□ die, to fade; ton ^flanjen, 
to fade; abgeftanbeneä ^olj, dead 

«bflefjlen , v. f. o. beimli* entwenr 
öen, io steal, to rob of, to piller l 
fi* auf ber ©efellfdjaft, to «taal om 
cf • Company ; fld) (jeimlicö entfern 

■lip aw.iy; heimlia) ablernen, to 

leim 'from one by sieaith. 

Äbfteifen, to »tiffen; to prop. 

«bUeigen, kU to «figlft, to 

,J »ht; eoin uferte, Dom Klagen, *o 

t from a hone, from a coacb; 

einem Serge, to dee-cend »eil); 



ton einem 8ebürgc, to deee 

moinuain; glitten, to itep ; I 

gen um einjufejjren, to aligi 
turn in; abftetgertbe Stnie, dei 

3(6(feigung, /. (Sogen ber ©b 
(inie «mifdjen bem gniyttngii 
unb bem 26 tue! a^ung streife etnt 
ftirnjj, right descontion , ol 

dfriccnsion. 

Xb Reden, v.r. a. to put >m 

put out of hse , to ibolish, 

moTe ; Sefd>werben abfteBen, 
dref» grievauces; fein bpfe* 
trbftelleit , to leave off ons 

»bft'aTer, m. redrewer. 

SbfteUung, /. abolishing, n 
ing, redresi, leaving off. 

ä 6 fr e r 6 e n, », i, n. to die. die i 
tijcilmcife, to fade; nadj unb 
to.go off, expiret ber Saum 
ab, tbe tree deoayft; ein abaef 
ntf ©lie&, a dead limb; feint 
lern finb ibtn febr früb abgefti 
liii patent« are gimo off in hi 
jy youth; fiaftrl. fein SSeri) 
mebr an etwa* ßnben, ro loi 
relish of, for; t« ba dead i 
molhing. ■ , 

2bfterbcn, n. deceaae, deatl 

Sblteuern, v.r.a. to itear off, 

to portion off. 
Bbftia), tn. the cut of any i 



Stbftimmen, i.. r. n. ntdjt jufa 
flimmeit, to be diuonant, i 
moniou«; anberer Meinung fe 
digsent: — v.r.a. einen abftii 

abflogen, v..'. a. to hnocl 
pueb off, thrnst off; mit bem 
io kick off; tat ffienirf abfioE 
break one'a neck; einem bai 
auf bem Stabe abflcfien, to 
one'i heart lipon the vt-bee 
wirb i&m ba* J$erj abftofien, i 
break hi« heart: ein gabejeu 
Sanbc, to puili off; Äälber, i 
Sammer abflogen, b. i. entte 

to wein, »blactate; eine alti 

nung abflogen , to wipo off i 
score; Die Kleiber, @d)ui)e f 
mb off; er bat ^ bie bet'ici 
abgeflogen, he hai 



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flogen, to put off. 
abßogenb, ad'], repuliive. 
a 6 ff r n c t, ad}. = abgejogen, ab 

bat abftrocte, abttnictneii s < 

abitractly. 
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bei, ro copy um a model by prinks 
lipon i piper; «in Siaqtr, to pilch 

* fiold ; Don einem ©djiffe, to sheer 
off: — v. i. n. Sorben unb Figuren 
gegen rinanter : aber fie muffen bnra) 
t^re terfdit ebenen Stellungen gegen 
«wancer abftemen, but they mint 
eon-.ra« «ich otlier by th*ir »everal 
posuiiiQ«; er brartjfe Pi* auf feiner 
antern Urfatfee in ineinen SDienfl, all 
bcifkid) gegen birfj ab (leihen folite, he 

put von iiito mv »ervice for 110 

Otlier reason iha'n to »et me off; 

Siavafter gegen einanber abflec&en ju 
in<ui)en, to »et off rharacten; fie 
finb immer froh unb munter unb (le= 
eben gegen bie fauern &eft<btev ab, 
lliey are alway* gay and »prighily 
auil «et olf the Tvone facti. 
JHbjtfdjen, n. kilJing, butehering; 

pltchinf; of a'ficld. 
«bfiedier, m. excursion, ramble, 

dl s ««io». 
flu free? tlicffer, n. butcharingknife. 
» 6 ft e rf e n, n. r. «. Kabeln, to unpin ; 

ein Enger, to pitch a field wnh 

pales; bie ©vänjen, to mark out 

Eh.: boimdarie». 
ab fte&eti , v. i. n. to itand off; ber 

Stif* fleht weit Bon ber aßanb ab, 

the üble «Und« far from the wall; 

figurl. Dom ©tbrei&en, Sauen, to 

deiitt — ceair from — leavn off 
writing, buitding; ton einem 93or« 
haben, 33er fofj, to ouit a projeet. 
to relinquisb a deitgn , to deiiat 
from it; itb will Don meiner 5Jeu>er. 
bunt) ablieben , I will give over my 
mit ; übt Haften , to eoneeJe , to 
yield n p ; fteben @ie mir 3bre Ubr 

tt& , pray, let me have yonr watch; 

uerotrben, fc&al, geift . unb fraftto«' 
werben, to grow vapid, to tum; 
ber ©oft ber Orangen, Simonen unb 
Sfepfel ift abgeftanben, the juice of 
thv.se oranges, lemon» and applei 
is »omewhai flaiied ; Don (1etrfin> 
ten überhaupt, to die ; Dom ÜBeme, 
to turn, lo pall, to grow vapid; 
Ben giftben, to die; ton Summen, 
to dio, to f»dc; Bon SUfKinjen, 
to fade ; obgeflanbene^ jpolj , dead 

K&fteijlen, v. i. o. beimlirb entiren. 
ben, to »leal, to rr.b of, to pilfer; 
fl* au# ber ©efellfdjaft, to »teal out 
of ■ Company ; fl* tjeimlirfj entfer- 
nen, to »teal away, slink away, 
»lip away; beimlüb ablernen, to 
lnirn'from one by stealtli. 

Sbftet'fen, to itiffen; to prop. 

»bjleigen, *. i. n . ro Bliebt, to 
lighr; Born <Pf«be, Born Sffiägen, to 
lignt from a hone, from a coach ; 
>on einem Serge, to deicend * biU. 



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Bon einem SWürge, to deieet 
mouniain; Stufen, to ilep ; a( 
gen um etnjufc^ren, to alieht 
turn in; nb|letgente Einie, deec 



aisifdien bem Sjrubtin^... 

unb bem a&n)ei*unfl6f reife eine? 
flirrt*; , right dcsteniinn , obl 



äbftellen, u. r. a. to put awaj 
put out of hse, to iboliEh, t< 
more; SBcfrtjurerben abftellcn, ti 

dre« grievancei; fei« fibfeS E 
(n>ftel(en, to leave off one'9 

abfiel ler, m. red res f er. 

äbftellung,/. abolishing, ren 
ing , rcires», leaving off. 

ätbfterfeen, v.i.n, to die. die ai 
tbeilmeife , to fade: naÄ unb t 
to.go off, expire; ber S5oum f 
ab, the rree deoay»; ein abgefri 
nc« «lieb, a de«d limb; feme 
lern finb ibm febr früb abgeffot 
hi* parem* are gone off in hi» 
ly youth; finfirl. fein Sergn 
mebr an etroaii pnten , to lose 
relish of, for; to be dead to 
mething. ■ 

Ülbfftrben, n. deceate, death, 

SS b fr e u e r n, v. r. a. to »teer off, *i 
to poriion off. 

SXbftid), m. the tut of »my tl 
the »tab; contratt. 

SIbftimmen, v. r. «. ni*t jufan 
ftimmen, to he dioonant, ui 
moniou»; anberer 3Reinuna fep: 
dissent : — p. r. a. einen abftim 



Äbflofien, v. i. a. to knock 
puth off, tbruit off; mit bem J 
to kick off; Ui ßeniif abftogei 
break one'a neck; einem ba( 
auf' bem Stabe abflogen, to 1 
one'« heart npon the Trheel 
wirb ibm bat jjerj abflogen, it 
break hi» heart ; (in ^abrjeuq 
Canbe, to pu.h off; Äatter, ffi 
Eämmer abftofien, b. i. entwol 
to wean , ablactate ; eine alte ' 
nung abftofien, to wipe off ar 
■core; bie Ältibtr, @*ufje fid 
rub off; er b« fid) bie beiien 
fier abqefloSen, he ha» »owi 
wild oat» ; — v. i. n. Com Eant 
flogen, to put off. 

SÄbfrofienB, adj. repuliiTe. 

Sbflract, adj. = abgejcgen, *b»i 
bat Sibfhacte, abttnetnet* : *— 
ablttactly. 

abfiraetion, /, = 3(6jiebung f 



2 bpractum, n. «bitrict, 

abftrafen, v. r. a. ein Äint 



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satülactiou i cluty, reut. t 

Hb tragen, v.i.a. norfj unb iiad) ein- 
reifen, ein (gebaute, to pull down, 
totakedown, m demolish ; einen 
Stempel, 10 eveu a templc; einen 
Q5crg, to level a hill; ben Stif* ab« 
tragen, ti cle.ir the table; ©rbiil« 

ten, to discharge, pay ono's Uebts ; 

Soll, Steuern, to pav toll«, taxa«; 
ginfen, to pay rent ; ein Äleib u. f, f., 

to wear off; e£ trägt mai ab, it 

t, /. pulling down, de- 
moii»Din 6 , eve.ning, levelling, 
Clearing, paying, weanng. 
ftjtrauern, k. o. to put on the ic- 

tojid mourning : — v. n. to break 



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d grief, 
... .._ . . _ied with sadneaa. 

Ä 6 t v ö u f e 1 ii , v. r. u. to wickle 

abtreiben, v. f. o. ben 3«inb, to 
drive , drive off. to itrge, force 
■wny. to put to night ; flrf, ein Ätllb 
abtreiben, to make hereolf rniicar- 

Cin ©tt)iff , to in;iku leeway , tu 
drive or fall to lee ward ; to be 
cairied out of ths rigbt courie : ab« 
treibtnbe föittel,, catbartic», deier- 
getit!; ©eib unb Silber abtreiben, 
to put to the tett, to renne; SSiffa 
Dom äcftr, to drive from; jjugeitl) 
abtreiben , to min , tire , liaraia, 
fatigue , ruin with driving , or 
work ; — v. n. (in navigation) to de- 
flect, to deviate from a true eourse. 

Abtreibung,/, driving etc. 

abtrennen, v. r. «. to leparate, to 
diijoin, to diauuite, ditmember; 
mit Sem OTeffer , to rip; mit ber 
, ßdjeere, to cur,'; etwa* &tnbi}tttt, 



ii tun g; 



f. Separation ; ripping, 

Helling. 
o treten, v. i. *. teil 9bfa$ am 
Sdjuf), to tread off. break the heel 
of the ahoe; Die Schübe, to wear 
off, out ; ein abgetretener abfalj, 

• worn off heel; einen QSeg im Bat' 
ten ober fonft reo abtreten , to tread 

* patli, to beat a path ; fcic Segi« 

rang, to abdicate; JCrone, SJieidj, 
Smt, 55e(l (jungen u. f. f., to reaign; 
roai an Srantrtidj abgetreten wer. 
Den, vrliat wai yieldcd to France; 
ein Sedjt, to tnrrender, rander up : 
— r,n. t infebr en, to »licht, put up «t, 
to. tum ini Von ber @3jau&i<bne abi 
tottttlf «« BitKe hi» ejüt, to go off, 



s im 

retire, depirt, withdraw; einen ab» 
treten beiden, tc-bid o«e Fetire; eon ■ 
einer Meinung, to quir, to fonake. 
Abtretung, 7. rreading — weariag 
off; abdic; ' 

at',' iTkiüg "Mi 

abtrieb, m. felling, cutting dovrn, 
Clearing of treea ; redempiion, re- 
deeming, Tcfuial. 

abtriefen, v. r. n. to drop, drip, 
rrickle. 

abtrtft,/. lesway. 

abtr infen, v.i.a. to eip, to drink 
a utile of; burrf) (tövfere* XrinfeH 
eon einem anbern gewinnen, to wia 
offby drinkine; bie ©ctjone abtrin» 
feil, to drink offebo toa.t ; flrt) burv) 
Srtnfen bejab" matten, to cUar by 

abtritt, m. Cinfebr auf ber ffleife, 
alighting, piutine up at an inn i 
einen abtritt bet it)m nebmen , to 
»light at hie honae : einen abtritt 
netjmen, to redte, withdraw. ro- 
treat; wir muffen ihm t)utlbert £(0* 
[er für ben abtritt geben, we aie to 
pay him a himdred dollar» for ro- 
aigninc hi» rigbt. for cellion ; bat 

beimlidje ©emadj , houae of offic«, 
privy, »eceuary; Stuft, Äbfafc, 
•tepping place, atep. 

abtrWnen, v.r.«. fronen, to 
dry up teart; bie £t)ranen unb ben 
©rfjteeifi, to wipe off the teara and 
aweat; Sugen, §anbe, etftdjt mit 
einem Kucfie, to dry, wipe; bell 
£if<t), to wipe; Äü4engefd)irr, to 
air, drein; übft, to dry up : — 
w. r n. to dry off. 

abtroffen, v. n. to walk away. 

§1 6 1 1 p in in ef n , v. a. to drum; to 

piiblish by ilnimming ; to dielodge 
(beet Btunned by burning brün- 
ttone out of a füll hive by beat* 
ing with your fist thereupon). 

abtröpfeln, v.r.n. to drop off, 
to trickle down. 

9btro$en, v.r.a. to hector out. 

abtrumpfen, v. a. to minip, to 

t.iko with a truiop; to «eil • bar- 
gain , to return a aharp anawer. 

abtrünnig, adj, faithle»*, dialoyal, 
lebellious, apoatatical; abtriinnij 
werben, oon feinem Äönig, to detert 
ono'a king; Bon ber Kelraipn , to 
apostatiie, to backelioe; in beiben 
gälten georäudjfid) , to revolt; tna* 
dien, to debauch, tednee, draw off. 

abtrünnige, bi. deierter. rehoL, 
revotter , turncoat , bactwlider, 
shufller, matinoui fellow; in ber 
EReligion, epoetate, renegade: 

abtriinnigfeit, /. dieloyalty, n> 
beUJousneei, apoataiy, rcTolt, in* 
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9LhWtt)VtXl , v. r. a. to keep off, to 
stop, hinder, prevent, defend, re- 
sist, divert, repel, drive back, 
ward off, hold off. aveit; bic 

rau&c ©tttcrung abtoe&ren, to ward 

off the inclemency of the air; eU 
nett ©treid), ben S*tn&f t( > repel; 

an etwa* fünftem, to hold off; et* 

nem lle6c( , to avert, turn away 

so nie evij. 
8 b tu e i d) e n , t». r. a. to soften , mol- 

iify ; to separate by softening. 
Ä b to e t cf> e H / v. i. n. to turn aside, 
l to decline , recede , swerve , drop 

off; 00m rechten 5Bege, to deviate, 

decline. to turn away; im abgetOl» 

ö)cntn ^afyvt, SRonate, last year, 
last momh ; von trgenb einem fünfte 

ober ©ü$e, to recede from any pro- 

posiuon; bte ÜÄagnetnabel toeieftt 

üb , the ne edle turns off from the 

pole ; ton ber Regel, beut ©ebrau<$/ 
oer tyfliebt/ to swerve; ton ber 
£Rt<ttf<tnur ber Vernunft, to vary 

from rhe rieht rule of reason; ein 

abwichen bec Zeitwort/ a verb irre- 

gular. 
8 D 10 e t c6 U n 9/ /. deviation, declina- 
tion ; ber 3ftagnetnabc(, dedination 
of the needle; ber platteten , back- 
sliding of the planets; ftWeier £'i» 
nien, divergence of two lines; ton 
ber yjOUptfacije, digression. 

8btoeid)ung$fret$, m. = größter 
$inune(6fitge(frei£ burefc beibe <))ole 
unb ein Qefrtrn, circie of decliua- 

tion. f 
8 6 10 € t b e n / v, r. n. to graze : — 
v. r. a. to feed; alle brei 3a^re 
toetbet einmal eure SDiefen ab , once 

in three years feed your mowing 

lands. 
21 b 10 e t f e n ; v. r. a. to wind off on 

a reej , to un\vind. 
% b iO € t n e n , v. r. «. to get , obtain 

by weeping; to hurt the eyes by 

weeping; to cry out the eyes; 

folcfc ein ißerbred;cn fann nid)t abge* 

lOCtrtt tr erben, such crime can not 
be expiated by tears. 

ft b VD e t f e n , v.i. a. to refuse , to put 
off; fd)impflid), to tum off; toor 
©ertdjK, to nonsuit. 

21 b to C t § C tt , v. r. a. to whitewash : 
— v. r. n. to whiten. 

9bioetfltng, /. refusal , repulsc, 
putting off; turningoff; the Varia- 
tion , or %ing aft of the vanes, 
arising from the motion of the 
vessel. 

2( b 10 € 1 1 e n/ v. a. to dry up : — v. r. «. 
to wither, to fade away, to decay. 

91 b to e n b e n , r. r. a. to turn away, 
off, to avert; to alienate, divert; 

ein ^(i)i\f ooii bem l'anbe, to tum 

a sliip off from the shore; einen 

S)icb, ©trein) abroenben, to ward, 



to repel; ©ffeaben, to avert» tnra 
off; öie Slttgen, to avert the evei: 
— v. r. f\dt> von feinem Söcrbabett/, 

to turn from his Intention, to) 
change his mind; ft(f) ÜOn etntnr 
abtoenben/ to break with, to quit» 
leave , abandon. 
9bn>enbtg/ adv. alientted, estrang« 

ed . averse ; % eintn fon feinem Sor* \ 
ftaben abtoenbig macben, to induot 

to change his mind ; einen abtOCIl* 
big niüd)Cn , to abalienate, to draw 

over; einem bie @atttn abtoenbtg 

mad)en , to seduce one's wife. 

21 b n> e n b u n g, /. tuming off; ward-. 

ing, repelling ; avertiug; changing« 
breaking. 

9fb werfen, v.i.a. to throw down fr 

to cast off, to knock off; 2(epfe(/ 
kirnen, to cast — throw off; ben 
ffteitev , einen SKocf, to Aing off; 

Erliefen, to break, pull down ; tüi 
3oa) abtoerfen, to shake off um 
yoke; 3unge locrfen, to wlielp; 
^eioinn bringen/ to proftt, yield, 

ad van tage. 
9( b to e r f u n q, /. casting — throwing 
off; Hinging off; whelping; pro« 
fiting, yieldin^, advantaging. 

% b xv e f c n b , ad], absent ; ein 21b»e« 

fenber, an absent, absentee ; ftg* 

ierfrreut, absent. 
ftoioefcn&eit,/. absence* 
2( b »0 e 1 1 e n, v.r.a. to get by betting 

from. 

21 b to e fc e n, v.r.a. bte ©pt$c ton htm 
Keffer, to blunt, to whet off; bot 
fflofi ton einer Ä(tnge, ro furbish; 
to whft; burtf) au oieteä SBe^en 
bunn mad)en/ to wear off by whet- 
ring. 

&b tot (fein, v.r.a. to unfold, un- 
wrap , nnwind. unroll, untwistS 

®avn, Qeibe, Wolle u. f. f. ab tot* 
cfeln , to un wind ; einen Änauel, to 

uiiwind a clue. 

21 b to i (f 1 U n g , /. nnwinding , un- 
fold ing. 

21 b to t m m e r n , v. r. to break yont 
heart by whinning. 

21 b to i n b e n , v. i . a. to unwind , to 
vrind off, to nntwist. 

21 b to t r f e n / v. r. a. to work off, to 
finish one's task; bie fyäüt, to 
str:p off the skin ; ben £eig, to 
knead well. 

21b tt)i fcr)en, v.r.a. to wipe off, to 

rub , to cleanse. 
21 b to 1 1 1 e r n ; v. r. n. to cease thun- 
dering. 

2lbtooi len, v. 

to unwool. 

21 b tou [4>er n, v 

obtain by usnry 
21 b to Ü r b t g e n , v. r. a. to bring 
down, to leftfien, to lower ; to de* 
grade; eine SftÜn$C, to reduce. 



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ffbaupfen, v. r. «. &eibi, CMe, 
toaavt, Siätter, ©Inmen, to plack; 
grillte/ Flamen, to pull oft. 

fcOÄUpfting,/. plucking, pulling. 
Hb&t8Q<ttn, v. r. a. to squeeze, 

nip , gripe , pinch , to pilL 
S( b S 10 e (f C n / v. r.n. to aim at, tend 

to, bear in view. 
Äbjtoecfenb, «J/. tending, condtt- 

cive. # / 

% 6'$ tO t cf e n , v. r. a. to nip , pinch, 

to clip off. 
9 b A to t n g e n, im*. 0. to extort from ; 

«bgestoungen / abstorted. 
Abs toi inen, v. r. «. to wind off 

thread. 

SUab ernte, f. $f abernte, 
flcajunufi//. cashe w nut. 
SUcapartren, r. r. *. = fippern, 

Äormoua^er treiben , to engross. 
Accent, m. = Sylbenton; Sonjet* 

* djjen, SRebeton, accent; stress of the 

' Toice; ba6 8ccent5eia)en , mark of 
a vowel. 

Äccentutren, v. r. «. = betonen, 

to accent; OCCCntuivt, accented. 

Äcceptant, m. = $wne$mer, Am* 

pfanger, aeeepter. 
Äccejttren, i«. r. «. =: annehmen, 

anefrennen, genehmigen, to aeeept. 
SJecepttrung, /. = -Annahme, $(ner* 

fennung, ©ene&migung, aeeeptance. 
Sfccefi, m. = antritt, gutritt, access, 

admittance; ^moanblung^ fit« 
Sccefftfr, m. = 9iebengel>ülf, atten- 

dant, as*i*tant. 

fceceffit, n. = 9iebenpret<, aecoud 

best promium. 

geeibent, n. SUcibenj, /.= 9le# 
&cnetnfünftj, ämtSgebubr, perqui- 

site; Sttcibenjen, perquisites, emo» 
lnments. 

f&ccitbav, adj. = se^rfteuerbar, ex- 

ciseable. 

pfeife, f. = getyrfietier, ©erbraudj* 
freuer, flBaaren (teuer, excise; geben, 
to pay excise ; einnehmen, to excise. 
9ccifeeinne$mer, exciseman. jäccu 
feftube, exciseoffiee. 

fcecompagnement, ». = Q3eg(ei* 

tung , aecompaniment. 

SJccorb, m. = ttnttang, JJufammen* 
ftang, aecord, unison ; Vertrag , 
agresraent, compact; einen SJccorb 
tretfen , to come to an agreement, 
to stipulate. 

SUcoroiren, v. r. n. frimmen ( ju» 
fammen Hingen, to aecord; über» 
etnfrttnmen , to agree: ~ v, r. a. 

to inake to aecord; ftugeftetyen, be* 
tOtflrgen , to consent to , to graut ; 
OCCOrOtrt, agreed to» gram ed. 

%ccou<beur, f. @eburtt£e(fer. 
Äcco untren, f. entbinben. 
fcceurat, f. genau, richtig, 
geettrattffe, f. ©enauigfeU, ffiig» 
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8< c u f a 1 1 1> , m. == tfCagefaü , 

sative. 
%d), interj, £fage, all, ah rr 
oh, ab tliat, aias ; aefc , ttfl 

ungfuef itcner Sag! alas the o*\ 
* day ! ad) , »elrf)' eine ung(i 

Seit! alas the wln'e! 
ÄÄ a t, m. =: <$0mfritn, agate 
ein aebatener Seuerftein, an 

llint; ber "ülcbattiefei, ae^ypti 
£<ftfe,/. axie, axiettw«; feri 

^ÖeUarbfe, axis; ©iiter auf bei 
verführen, to st>nd goud«, by 

l<iiid -carria^e. 
Ä^bf^C, /. Shoulder; einen at 
21 d; fein tragen, to carry one 
the Shoulders; Über ^ie %ci)fel 
t)Cn f to look ascaunt lipon , i 
eyes ascaunt lipon, to h.?k 
lipon , to despise, to hold c 
bte 2l<bfeln jiet^cn, juefen, ro 
the Shoulders; auf bie ?«d)fet t( 
to clap upon the Shoulders; a 

(eiebte 2la)fe( nehmen, to nay 

regard to a diHiciiliv; ein , 

floofer, ein falfeter greujib, i ? 

derclapper; auf beiben &d)fe( 
gen, to trim, timeserve. serv« 
masters. to flatfer« to acr th 
poerire, to temporize, to be 
of both sides; er trägt — , he 
with the hounds . and runs 
the hare. 

% d) f C 1 a b e r , /. axillar vein. 

Slcbfelbanb, «. shoulderknot, s 
derband. 

2( dM" e ( b C i n, ». shonldeTOone ; € 
terblatt, shoulderblaae. 

Ä(b feigrub e, /. armpit, arm 

21 d) f e 1 1 r h g e r , m. trimmer, 
Server , temporizer. 

Slfbfefjucf, m. shrug. 

8(d)f€nb(ecb, n. crampiTon, 

2(c^fenge(b, n. wliedage. 

2((bfcnnage(^ m. Hurhpin, ax< 
2i cb f e n r i e g e ( , m. cross timb< 
9((bfenring, m ironhoop. 
2lcbt, eicht; aebt Jage, eight 
asennight; ac^tunb 3ioanjig, tv 

eight, eight and tvventv ; ftUUt 
ten, eijghtly, in the eighth p 

ein Stutf ton 2(d)ten, a pie< 

eight. 
%d)t f f. heed, care; auf etwa* 
geben , tp atlend to , to give ] 
to take care, notice of, to pa 
teniion, to nund; gieb auf bett 
febaft 2(cbt , mind your busii 

aui ber &d>t (a|Ten , to be unn 
ful of; eine tyerfon, @acbe in 
nebmen, to take care of; nimm 
in 9Ubt, take heed, have a ca 
yourself, beware of. 
%'d)t f f. outlawry, ban ; Slbet 
double bau ; Oberacbt / upper 
5Keifb^ad)t, imperial ban ; in tit 

erftaren, to outlaw, bau, bau 



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Stcfetgetb, n. landrept; cüntribn- 

tion of arabie iand; xnoney for 

ploughing. 
Stcfergerotfy, n. implements ot agri- 

culture, Utensils for ploughing. 
8f(f er geriet? n. chambre, court 

of agriculttire. 
Sttfergefefe/ tu agrarian law. 
$t dPe r \) f / m. farm , farmhonse , 

manor. 
Stcferf nedE)t, m. ftind, ploughjnan. 
St (f e v t U in m C X, n. collar for & farm- 

horse. 
StcPertanb/ n. arabie land, eärlaAd. 

Steuermann, m. plougher, pleiigh- 

man, husbandman , tiller , tilrnan. 
%<fevmhvt, f. piohghrnare , jade. 
St (fem, t.r.a. to ploug!*; tili, toil. 

Stcferfteuer, /. landtax. 

QcferivalSC/ /. landroll, rollcr to 

break the clods of plöughed land. 
UdtVWCQ, m. landway , HeldWay. 
St(f erjeit, /. plougbseason. 

Stcferaeua, n. ploughing tools. 

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Stet/ m. gtufaugi 

St c t e fi , -. ©ericbtSver&anbtungen, 

9iec6tf f€r)rtften f p/. acts: judicial 
acts, public papers , deeds , rolls ( 

bie Stctenf rtmner, office of tho rolls. 
Stcteur, m. = ©cfcaufpieler, actor, 

stajgeplayer. 

JtctCe, /. = #anbel#ant&eit, Sfnt^eit» 
ftyefn, 9tat$eit*terf<&reibung , fund, 
stock , action ; ein 3nf?aT>eV ton Sic» 
tien, a stockholder. 

Stctten&äübUr, m. Stockjobber. 

Stetion/ /. = £$at 7 ^anbtung, ac- 
tion, ac^, deed , feat; = j£)änbge» 

meng, @efecf;t, action. 

SUtit>um, n. active. 

Stetrice, f. ©c&aufpieleriri. 
Stctüar, m. = ©cvid&tftftrct^r, Stmt» 

fd) reiber, Actuary, clerk. 
StctuS, m. = 6ffentftcf)e jpanbtuttg, 

public act, solemnity. 
Stoam, n. prapr. Adam, StbomSap* 

fei, Adam's apple. St&ftntSfeifi* / 

sycamore. 
Stbbtren, v. r. a. to, cast up, ro 

add, to stimup, to gatherparticular 

sums in one. 

Slbbitton, /. = Jufammenja^Iuntf», 

addition. 
%btl, m. (Stanb, nobility; in 2fnfcb* 
iing bei SUter* unb Stnfeßcng, nohle- 
ness; alle tyerfonen ton Slbef, nobili- 
ty; fybcl ber <£eele, nobility, nobi- 
lity ofmind, magnanimity; einer 

ton Stbel, a nobli'inaii ; ton attem 
Slbet/ of ancient stock, long race ; 
.ton gutem Stbet, of a noble extrac- 
tion. 
9betftfc$/. tn, roach, fresh watcr 
mnllet. 

>eli$, adj. noble: ton abeli»jer ©e* 
^Urt, ©f noble birth, extraction ; 



eine abettge £&at/ a noble deed: 

— adv. in a noble m anner. 
Ü b e t i $ e , r;i. u. /. noble ; tote Stbtft* 

aen, nobleB. 
Dt e t n , v. r. a. to ennoble , nobili- 

tate, make noble, to knight; et^e« 

ben , terebetn , to ennoble ; «tugenl 

abelt, virtuc ennobles. 
St b e t < 6 r i e f , m. charter , patent dt 

nobility. 
St b e t fl O n b , m. nobility, noblenestf 

einen in btn Äbeffiano ergeben, to 

ennoble, knight, nobilitatc one» 
to make one noble; bie SbeKeittC 

einci £'anbe^, nobility. 

St b e r , /. rein ; tyutt « ©cbtagabet, ar- 
tery; »ötutaber, vein; golbeneiÄber, 

lieniirrhoidal rein; einem tote Slbet 

offnen, it)m bie Stber fcfrCa^en, to 
open a vein ; tl)m 3ur Stber tcjfen, 
to bleed, blood, bloodlei. l^rblootl p 
phlebotomiz:e; eine 0ofbaber> ä 
vein of gold ; eine fatnvifebe > a •«• 
tirical vein; bic Stbem im äRdrmot> 

the veins of tlie marbte; int_ÖoUe^ 
streaks , veins, gram; d ift feint 
QUte Stbettjni^rn, heis a do^nright 
rascal. 

^bevbxnbe f / nllet, swatkbandt 
swathingbaitd, bandage applied 
afrer blo'odletcing. 

St e b C r o5 e n> n. .httle vein. 

St e b e r i Q, a. veiny, strcäked, veined. 

Stber tropf, m. dilatöd vein, varix, 
swoln vein. 

St b e r ( a §, 7/1. letting of blood, open« 
ing of a vein, bleedinp, blood* 
letting | phlebotomy-, vönelection* 

Stber ta^Säufcft^en, bloodletting 

compress, or bolster. 
StberiaSbecfenj n. blooding bason, 
Slberfc^iag, m. beating of the pulse, 

pnlsation. 
Stc bii, w. ed'ile. 

Stbjectit, 71. =4$eittort, adfective. 

Slbjunct, 77t. = ^etg'orbnete, 3iu 
grorbnete, ^mtögebulfe, assistanc, 
Substitute, Joint • commissi oner. 

Stbjnndtren, 2% r.a. = be'iorbnen, 

to adjoin, to Substitute. 

Stbjutant, 771. = QBernolbt, adju- 

tant. 

tSbler^ in. e-iple; ein junger abter, 
englet; Slblerdugen l&abtti, to be 
eagleeved; ein boppetter ftbter, an 

eagie with txvo heads. 
abterbot), 7r caglewood. 
St b (er flaue, /. pounce, claw of 

an eagle. 
St b t e r n a f e, /. aquiline nose, hook* 

ed nosc. 
Stbterficin, m, ea gl es tone. 

Stbiitirot, m. = Slottenfubrer, ad- 

miral . c omniander of a fleet. 

Stbmivatit&t/ /. = @eerat^, ad- 

miralty, naryollice. 





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8 $ Rt , /. awme ; eine ^of6e ; nu&let ; 

eine Doppelte, puncheon. 
tltyn, m. ancestor, grandsire, fore- 

iathtfr. 
2(f)nben, t>. impers. to foresee, sur- 

mise; meinem Jj>er$en afeubet, my 

heart torebodes; mir flt;nt)Ct nirfjtC> 
C^UtCt? . my hearr misgives nie. 

2t b n b c n , v.r.a. beftraf en, to resent, 

21 l) n b u n fl , /. föreboding , misgiv- 
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Ä e b n C i rt , v. r, w. to rcscmble, take 

a l 't»'r. 
fybnen , pl. äncestors , eiders, fore- 

fatliers, progenitors: Don dd)t &$* 

n*n, of eight descents. 
SÄrnenreitye, /. line of ancestora. 
21 1} r. e n t a f e l , /. liueage ; pedigroe. 
% t) 11 i X a U , /. grandam , grandnio- 

tlier. 
St I; n $ C r x , m. grandsire, grandfather, 

itirriathor, ancestor. 
fHel)nlid)f adj. U. adv. similar, re- 

SCetyn ltd)f eit, /. rcseniblance, si- 

milarity, iikencss. 
& 1) r n , in. inaple. 
2Ü?orn5U<fer, m. maplcsii£ar. 
Ste^rc, /. ear; Sichren qeivtmten, to 

ear; shoot into ears ; Äetyrcn lefen, 

to glean. 
Sle^ren frans, m. wreath consisting 

o r ear* of com. 
ÄeftrenUfe, /. gleaning. 
2le^) renlefer, m. gleancr. 

21 i d& f 11 1 v. r. «. to gange ♦ gag«. 

Slic^cr, 2Ua)meifrer, 2hd;ner, 

»i. ganger. 
2ttd)mafi, n. Standard. 

8f abcinte, /. = £o<fcMmfe, acade- 

rnv nniversity; zz AtiinftCer * über 

©cle(jrtem?erein, ber 5ßifTenf(fjafto.i, 

academy of sciences; (£r<itefylUig$s 
anfiOrt, academy; aKeitbafm, ri- 
dinglionse. 

%t a-bemif er, m. fellow of an aca- 
demy . or learned society. 

2f 1 b e III i f (b, at/7. academial, nendo- 
jT>ical, academi\k; ein afabcmififjer 

£ebrer, acadcmi.ui; ein atabemifaVr 

Sßürgcr, fe'tubent, academick, aca- 

demist. 
Sfabemifl, m. academist, acadr»- 

mician , ptipii in an academy of 

arts. 
81 1 e l e t , /. colombine , aqnilegia ; 

the bleak. 

2t f uftit , /. = ©^alllcfcre, acoustics, 

science of the souuds. 
Ulabaftct, ro. alabaster. 
Ulabaftextl, adj. alabaster, of ala- 

baner; eint aCabafterne @än(e, an 

alabastcr colnnm. 
%iüx\t, m. ein fttfd) , chub , m niler. 
%tant f m. eine yflQme t elecampane. 



2Uantfreere, /. black enrrant. 

2t C a n t ll? C t n , m. elecampaned wine^ 

, wine seasoned witli elecampane. 

2( tarnt, m. = Darm, Stufru^r, alairn, 

tnmult, distnrbance. 

% i a x m i r e n , v. r. a. = auf(armeA> 
beflutät machen , to älarm , to dir- 

tnrb. 
21 1 a t c x n , m. c rergreen privet. 
4 Ca» n, w. aliui». 

%lauuc\Al)l' , adj. dressed Witk 

alnm; a(auugü[;i'e^ ^coer, alum loiv 

ther. 
i}( (a U n.ft a (ti$,a. alnminous. 
21 ( a u n i) u 1 1 e , /. alunihouse. 
^(taunitj, aoj. a^uniino'ns. 
Sltaunfteber, m. alumboilcr. 
% l ä U n iö a \ f e r , 11. alnm water. 

2lltatro«, m. == Ätiegefc^iffüo^. 

alrjatros. 
2i ( (» e v , /. white poplartrer. . 
21 ( b e r e t , /. dalliance, frolick, tt*i f. v 

ing. 
21 11) er n, adj. sillv, simple, absurd» 

foolish; ein a(fcerher2Renf£, a tiliV 

ftllovv, a simpletou , aukward fel- 
low, sbeepshead, jolthead, cliimty- 
pate , blockhcad ; bat albtVtlt $eUQ, 
nonsense: — adv, sillily, föölisldys 
a(6ern reben ; to talk nonsense, non- 
sensically. 

21 1 6 e r n , v. r. n. to be — behav« 
ailly, to acr. foolishly; to tov, tiiHe. 

21 (Der n fy e i't, /. absnrdi' ly, aükvvard- 
ness, siiliness, souishness , foo- 
lishncss. 

8 1 b e r t, 3 i'b x z o^ Tt, n. propr. Albert, 

2ll0ert6tf; ater, m. patacoou, =r 
4 sli. 8 d. 

21 ( d) \> m i e, /. = ©olbmai^eret, alchy- 

n 1 y . 

2U«t?Hmijr, m. -- ©otbmaa)er, alchy- 

rois.t. 

S( 1 «6 iMii i fl i f<0 # ««y. = ö^wa^e* 

njd; , ülcliyimcal : — cJv. alchy* 
mic^lly. 
SCCfat!) cret, /. foppery, foolerv, 
to)s, triiles; treiteil, "to play ihe 

t's.'\}\. 

2C(ac6ra, /". = ©lubfraBenrec^nun^/ 

^U^c^raifch, ««//. In g(cin>uni|e(eb» 
ri.4, al^'fbi.iic* cossic: —adv. ai- 



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aijlier /# bie ©fabt, Algiers; au£ 9((« 
(jter, ein 21 Igt er er, Alger ine. 

2(ümente, p/«r. 2l( t inen ten» 
gelb, tu = 9?u^rgclb, alimony, 
alimcius. 

2i l i m c 11 1 i r e n , *-. r. a. = ernähren, 

UlttiTbaUCItf IO üKUiiliin. 

2i ( f a u \\ a »r u r j c ( , /. alcanna root. 
2Ktcrmeo, /?/. alkermts. 
^(füran, m. alcoian. 
2Clf C €, m. aleuve. 

all, Sner^aKe, «Hc«, adTf.all, 
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((fttta^t;/. omnipotent», almigh« 

riness. 
1 1 m a ($ t i / «4/. omnipotent , al- 

mighty. 
$1 { i M a 1 1 g , örJ/. gradual : — adu. 

fradually, by degrees. 
^ lob ial, a. = eigen / freict^en, 
lebn&inäfrei , frei i?on fie^nöpfltc^t^ 

allodial, allodian. 

ff U o b i a ( er B e , m. = Sigenguter&e, 

heir to an allodial estate. 
gllobialgut, n. = Sigengut, free- 

hold; $Mia( * £&nber * allodial 

lands. 
S( U f e ^ e H b , «dj. U. adv. allseeing. 
& l l t a 9 / 77i. common day» weekday. 
ÄEUtägig* alltäalt^, alltag*, 

adj. u. adv. f. tagficfr, ein ta^tidpei 

SteBer, a conti nual fever; füüi 061t 
Wochentagen ftufommt, aUt&g(id)e 

Jtleibuttä,. weekday appareli gar &U 
geWO^nft^), hackneyed , common 

place, familiär; alltägliche ©etrad)* 

tttngeri/ common place reflections. 

JUtaglicftfeit/ f. common place. 
Utagtitlcibet/ plur. every day 
clothes. 
8 1 1 tt> a 1 1 e n b , «d/\ allgoverning, 

sovereign , tuperlntending. 
Ä U tt) f t f e , fld;. allwise* 
$ttlk&ei$fyeit/ /. supreroe wisdoro. 

ftllteifftnb , ad/, omniscient, 

hnowing all tliings. 
SUhoiff en i)ett, /. omniscience, 

unboundod knowledge. 
%ilV0O, <tdv. where. 
$ll$U/ adv. toa, too xnuch; all&U 

avoi, oveTgreat; allftU f (ein f over- 

LUtle; aliftlt tavtüd) , overfond, 

8tl«ugleid), all toge(her, all at 

once. 
gll&umal, adv. all together, all 

of theni. 

Clmanad)/ m. almanac; ein %lma» 

nachteiliger , a saint by the alma- 
nac. 
$ l in o f e n , n, alms, charity ; in Ätn* 
ficBt be$ Öefceng/ almsdeed ; f. SuilO? 
fenamt/ almsbouse, the alms, al- 
xnon.ry, ajmsofEce, alumry; Bitten/ 
so beg a charity; geBen ; to bestow 
a charity; fammdtl, to gather, col- 
lect alms; Sllmofen Betreffend/ elee- 

mosynary. 
{(mo fenamt/ n. almshouse, al- 

monrv. 
ÄlmofenBruber/ ro. a man re- 

ceiving alms. 

Ulm ofenBücb fe ; /. almsbox. 

9 tni fen ge(b / n. charitymoney, 
poor's tax , money paid in the 
shape of alms. 

film Jen geno ffc ; m. almsman. 

SHmcfenier, m. almonei, almner. 

%l m o f e n f a \i e n , m. poor'a box , 
almscash, aißiöchest. 



& X m o f t n t> f C e g e r, m. almoner, ahn* 

ner, aumner, surrevor of alms. 
2((mofen ftoef, ro. almsstock, alms- 
box, poors' box. 

9üoe, /. aioesi mit 9f(oe fcerfefct, 

* aloetical. 

2llp e& dj, u. wood «lots. 

Sllofe,/. alose, shad. 

%lv , m. et/t vermeinter Bösartiger 

@etfi, nightmare. 

$lptn, p/. Alps; jenfett* ber 2ftpen> 

beyond the Alps, transalpine; blfl* 

fett ber 2((pen., on this side the, 

Alps , cisalpine. 

3tipenBe»o fyntx, j>l. Alpine«. 

SCtpenBtrte, /. dwarf birchtree, 

9 1 p & a B e t, ». aiphabet ;. ein fclpfcaBel 
t?on 24 QSogen/ qiure. 

9 e ( p ( e r / m. alpine ; mounuinoar« 

% l V a U n , /. mtndrake, 

%li, conj. than. as, but, like; wbeos 
ftl§er ati ipontcj, sweeter t^an ho» 
ney; fo rotb alt eine Kofe ; as red 
as a rose ; tcf> trinfe fo gern VBaffn 

aW SBein , I like water as welj. «• 

wine; er ftc^t aU ein ®er$, h# 

Stands as firm as a mountain ; tt£ 

(lanb üor i§m , a(^ ein anbtrer ©o« 

(iat^ , I stood before him like an, 
other Goliath; f. 3. 9* &» ; to wie» 
Tiz , as , for instance ; einige t»ettU» 

ge $r&pof!tionen flehen hinter t^ren 
$auptt»6rtern ; ali : aome few pre« 
positions follow their lubatanti- 

vcs. as: bie 8reu«bf*aft (&§t fieft 
Bei 9tiemanb , aii Bei recttf^afFerieil 
beuten finben, friendship reside* 
witli none but honest people; et 

Beftftt fo tt>ot)l $Eugenb, aß Scrflanb, 

he is possessed of virtue as weli aä 
of good sense. 3U6 ti ftcB BegaB 4 
when it Cime to pass ; i$ Bin m 

fro^, a(6 ba§ i* tanun fonnte, I am 

too gay as to be able to dance; C9 

tviU b*t SCnfe^en ^aBen # alt »entfe 

he v\ r ill be looked upon, as if — •. 

ülibalb, adv. directly ; er wirb ad« 
Balb Common/ be will come direct- 
ly, presently, forthwith, immedian 
•teiy, by aud by %> quickly, incon- 
tinently. 

SC 1 1 b a n n / adv. then , at that timew 

5llfe,/. alose, shad. 

#lfo, adv. f. fo, thns, so — as; f» 

auf biefe 2(rt unb UDeife,^ so : -7 conj. 
consequnulv ; fle ift bie ^rBin bej 
ganzen Vermögen* , unb alfo Qudtt 

shc is die heiress of the wholo 
fortune and consequcntly ; U$ mufi« 
te alfo f so I was forceu ; la§ unl 

alfO/ let us then ; alfo tfl bein< d^Xt 
nicBtt/ then (so) your houour it 

nothing. 

aifobalb, f. Wlatb. 

Stfofort/ fortliwiih, directly, f, 

»l*6afo. 
, Ü^Hter, /. rnagpie. 




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fili f aJi. ilil bcranci pu- 
ll $if«tl, »wte, 

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fen Sage, the third day; am3Dege, 

by the wav; am &ifcf)e, at, by tlxe 

table; am ijalfe aufbanden, to'haitg 

by the ne k ; am metfteri, the most; 

«6 tft eine ^erfV,ffung, bie flffr ton 
Alien am tieften für bte 2trmut^ biefer 
Sänber fdiicft, in. i< a constituiion 
the most adapted of any to the pov- 
erty of these countries; Jranfftirt 
am Wlatn, Francfort upon the Main; 
f. 2n. 
£ m a [ a a m a, «. = Ouirf brei , amal- 

giimn. 
1Ä 12t ( 3 a ttt a t i n, f. amalgamation. 

.H w a 1 9 a m t r e n , r. r. a. = t?erqut# 

cfen , to amalgamate. 
^(malie, ?z. pr. Anielia. 

'Sdnaran t, m. rz {gammetblume, Statu 

fenbffbon, amaravth. 
Kmaranten, ad}, amaranthine , 

never fadine. 
SmareUe, / = SöetcbfeC, armenian 

cherry, morello cherry;, armenian 

apricot. 
$t m fl £ n e, f. amazon , virago ; ein 

Äletb tiefet 9tamentf , amazon , rid- 

ingdress. 

St uf b a f f a b e, /. = ©ef*nbtfd)aft, em- 

ba-sv. 

8t tn b a f f a b e nr, m. = ©efanbtcr, am- 

bassador. 

Arn ber, m. f. Stmbra. 

gmbtren, v. r. a. = jid? bewerben 
um , co go about , to sue for ; eilte 
©teüe, to make interest ; for a 
place. 

tfmbo§, w. anvil; ein 9m6o§ mit 

jltet Cpiften, an anvil with two 
corners, a rising anvil; im 0\)V, 
i nciis. 
' 2tmbofifro<f, m. anvil v s stock. 
Stmbro, i/i. ambergris; tt)ei§er, sper- 

ma ceti ; ber $3 a Ff am eine* gewjTen 
amewanifd)en 33aume$/ liquid am- 
ber. 

ttmbrabuft, m. fragrance , sweet 
perfume. 

Ämbrofio, /. = @6tterfpeife , am- 

brosia. 
3t in 6 r f t e tt b « f t, m. ajxibrosial per- 
fume, fragrance. 

91m6roftenfrant/ ». ambrosia. 
ftmbroftfd?, aJ;. ambrosial. 
Stmeife,/. ant, emmet, mire, pis- 
mire. 

Stmetfenbar, m. antbear. 
8fmC! fettet, n. ant's egg. 

2tmet fen£ aufe, m, anthiil, ant- 

hillock. 
fitmeifentotoC, in. myrmecoleo. 
Stme i fenn efr, n. ant*a ncit, hole« 

SttnelinetK/ n. starch. 

Ömertca, America, the wettern 

World, new world. 
$lmericanev, m. American, 
ftmetbufl, m. amethyst. 
Xnuaht; m, a, kind of asbtitot. 



== ablpfen, ta 



Sfmtbam, m, ttarch« 
Stmmann, m. amman, title of » 
switzer raagistrate. 

ftmme, /. nurse; ein Ämmenmä^w 

(t)en , a tale of a tub. 

%mmei, ^mmeifame; m. ammeot 

seed. 
Ȁ m 111 e i fl e r , m. chief magiatrato. 

2t m m e r , /. bunting ; Öoitammet A 

yellow h «immer ; @Ct)neeammir f 

snow bunting. 
21 m m rt t a f , m. gum ammoniac^ 
9lM0r, m. JLove, Cupid. 
SmpeC; /. lamp, 
Ampfer, m. lorrel, dock. 
2t m p ^ t b i u m, ». amphibioui «ni« 

mal. 

9 m p b 1 1 $ t a t e r, ». = Sappetbu^ne^ 

amphithearre. 

^Imputation, /. = 3tbt^fun0 , am« 

putation. _ 

^mputattonguteffer, nu ax&pa« 

tating knife. 

Stmputiren, v. r. a. 

amjptitate, cut off. 
2t m \ t i , f. outel ; 

black Wird. 

ftemfig, f. Smf!^. 

2t mt, n. charge, emplayment, offie«* 
place; bai $ie§awt, mais, offico» 
service; btö 2tmt Ratten, to tagr 
mass ; bebtet eine! 2tmtmanne#/ bai- 
liwick; f. Jnnung, bai 21mt (fr 
Qettanbfönetber, the merchanttai* 
lots* Company. 

2tmtfrau/ /. yyife of a bailiff; mm 
tliat bears an office. 

% llt 1 1) a u $ , n. courtbaron, oourtlet ; 
55erfammlung^auö ber Snnung^ cor- 

porationhall, meetinghoute. • 

2tiMtiren, amten, v*. r. n. to oft« 

ciate , perf orin. 

^t ut 1 1 i (t) t ad}, ofhcial ; — adv* oflEit 
cialty. 

2tmtCp5, ad). U. aJv. without ein« 
ployment , out of office , private. 

21 m t |U a n n , m. bailiff, Steward Q? 
administrator of a publick dontaki« 
who frequently islinyetted with 
Jurisdiction, chief justice of a ceri 
tain district of land commanded by 
a castle. 

2lmtmanti fct^aft, /. bai %tat, btU 
liwick; bte Wtaty , @erid?te bar feit 
bei 2tmtmonn(; the power, Juris- 
diction of a bailiff. 

2tmHbauer, m. peasant attached 

to a publick domain. 

3lm t^b ef orberung, 2t»t^er^e« 

fr u W 9 1 f: Promotion t<^ an of&ce. 
2lmt^bertq)t, m. official aecount, 

official intelligente , dispatch. 
2tmt^befc^)eib, nu sentence , a de* 

cree of a bailiff, or chief justice, 
ftmtäbefuct), m. professional visiu 
2lmt<beairf, m, district of a pu* 

blick domain. 



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«natMHff*, 

U*kftWf v.r. 

Sri barfcn, v. . 
nick, arfliere. 

tfnb'äiii 



adj, = jergliebemb, 
adv. anatomically. 
a. to lay a, bait, »1- 

n. to cllng, cleavfl, 

> make way 



free ihe painapc 



, it ; biüldiug adtled to 

anoiher , aJJitionol building , sn- 

t lt b U e n, ». r. a. tO tili ibe ground, 

to cuhivata; fidj anbauen, nieder* 
(alii'ii , to »etile, eitabliih oue'i re- 



soltin 



.t, pl.» 









aigp, 



«tnbcginn, m. beginning-, Eagfan» 

beginn, dawii. 
Hniebalten, u. i. a. to kcep ou. 
Sfnbei, adv. jointly, together: an* 

bei fäjiife ieb, I aiijoin to this. 
SInbeiie n, v. i.a. to uke a bit ofs 



anbelangen, v.r. imp* to 

LH bclong , to rclate to. 
anbellen, v. r. a. to bark at , yelp 

anbequemen, v. a. to adapt, ac- 

commodato- 
8 n 6 e r a m e n, a n 6 e r a u m e n, v. r. a. 

to fix — appoint — «et ■ Linie, a 

Sfnberä, m. aicent of a mounuin 

or l.ill. 
anbeten, v.r.e. to adore, to wor- 

ibip. 
Slnbcter, m. adorer, worehippcr. 
Anbetreffen-, v.l.n. to belong to, 

to coiicem : icflä niidj, bidj, ba? an* 

betrifft, wliir belongj to nie, to 

anbete ■ ff enb, belonging to, 



«chii 



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Anbetung,/, adoration, worihip, 

Sin bemnggrcürbtg, adj. adorable. 

anbieten, u. i". a. to offer, proffer, 
to under; ben Anfang mit 'Sicten 
marben, to bid the fiist priee. 

9n bin&en, v. i. a. (inen &trbred)er 
an einen $fab( , io tie a criminal 
to a »taKe i einen an feinem 9?a> 
mendage ober ©cburtätugc anbin* 
b(n, to make o»b a prcsent onihe 
anniversary of bis birtli-or natu«- 
dajr; furj angebunden, hotbrai-ied, 
irritable , easily provoked , prone 
to auger; mit einem anbinben, to 
eiigage witb one; einen Säven an* 
binocn, to contract a debr, 

Sn&ijj, ro.bite; f* SriWÜtfi break- 
fast. 



[nblafen, 

' sutlio 



'. i. «- to blow at, np< 
upon; baS Jener, 



blow £re 

Ünb-fecfen, v.r. tu to gnash at, to '. 
grind the teeth at ; 0(p!a)teT |H> '■, 
fibneiben, to make moiith« to. 

Knbtid?, di, look, view, ntpect, .. 
(in betrübter 3nfe[iiT, * " : 



, h, to look at, 
cast an eye upon, 



pitifiil «lgli 

ant liefen, 

anblinfcn, anblinjtn, anbl 
jeln, v. r. a. to leer lipon, 
ghnce at. 

™ - i li?en, v.r. ah to dart upon. 






ett,v.r.a. einen 'Saunt, ut. 
in ga§, to broach, r 
j bolr. 



> broach , t«p. 
*. a. to break, an 



Inbrcd) en, 
an, tlie da) 
fangen ju 1 



v. i. n. ber Sag bria)t . 
break* i it diwoi; (• *' 
aun)tn, to antar upon t 



anbrennen, v.r. a. (in gtuae. to . 
kiudle a Are; ein Sidjt, to lighc.a 
dudle; einen SSauni, J^aui, etaf, t J 
to tat o» Are, to «et fixe on , ta> ' 
Are; einbrennen, (in SRof, to bnn * 
in ; anbrennen laffen, to let it bni • 
to : — v. n. i. anbrennen, geuer fax y 
gen, to catch Are, to füre, to lif bt. ■ > 

anbringen, «. i. o. to bring in, oiii"' 
ein SBort, to pitt in, to exhihfti .? 
einen ©tcü, to hi<t ein* 58aa«, to "■ 
reut — put off — teil well; erat J 
ÜDirjter, to bestow, to get miiriedj ' 
einen 0obn, to aettle, to prorida ji 
for; eine €>arbe, to put foith; ein * 
{{immer, >o comrivs an ipinment) *' 
ju einer Stelle, ju einen Smte, io i 
provide for. to get appointsd i tnt * ' 
ift Sein anbringen, what'a your bu- 
lines» ? bei ©fritftt, to denottnea; ' 
nicbl angebrattjt, well »ppliefl. 

2 n bring er, m. infomier, reporter; ' 
telltale. 

anbrudj, m. act of breakigg upi 
tbc picce firtt broken off; plaoa 
when ■ break or opening ia firit 
made; break, opening, beginnin«; ' 
einer ÖKine, fint breaktng np oft .' 
mine; be< Xagtt , day break; An« 

brudi bef SKorgenj, dawningi Um» ' 

brurfi fcer 9ta<bt, growing dick, 
anbrütbtg, adj. tan, acid; hoary, 

rotten; anbriiöjig »erben, to ran, 

to grow mouldy , hoary. 
anbviiljen, v. a. to «cald, aoak, in- 



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Blnboic, a- ho:- 1 

3!iir-inJt(n, v. r. a. iu pult. 
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i'g.ihrr, 

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fi ttjlt 011* an, it i 

H*. windtti 

H ntiu pfiff tR , < . i. j. lo »i 

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4n 191 pf int>c n* M.u.i. i.i iminuilr 

Üiir'fl'frt, < r-fi i» I«« bj iob» 
rinne«; t* i|l ilrni iin.irni'l, b* (;b; 

r.iUUCl. 

«im«M(!«n,n, off«, wai««. 



rfen.i 



toil. 



Hat 



> a, v. i. a. lo acKnowledge, 
rect.gnise; tlüt anttttll) 
isow-11 . to disavow. 
Ultfl,/. achit-wleitgineiu. 



rff^affeit, r.a.r. 

5( r i r f ii 1 i d) e n, p<ij. «ubrepi 
Sl ii ■ i' iv p 3 en , consMering, 



eil, v.r. «. to kin.lle, 

et!, i>. i. nahe ani 5}au$, to 

tlic) tftacl. i.l -so In lim honse; 

ti! Motu fiiljt nalje an bie ©tabt, 



tli.. fle<: 



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Slottt fufcr an He 3«fel, ' llc 
tle.-t put in n[ ihfi Ute; mit beul 
Sitjqen an etwa*, to «irike — hit 
— bsat — puili lurd against: — 
v. i. a. fyoii, ©teine, ©djuft, to 
carry itp wonö 1 , «tone« , rtibbiall ; 
einen anfabien, to abu»e ono, to 
■lld or.« rontlily. 
«ttfab(t, /. hmdingplaca, beach, 

Unfall, m. bcS geinbc«, assauli, 
att.irk , omet. attempt, aggression ; 
einer Ätanf&tit, fit, paroxyim; ein 
plölflidjer, a «uiiJen «bock. 

anfallen, r.i.». to fall again«, to 
b iince; von ©Ütern, to fällto: — 
v. i. a. to assanlt, attack , attempt, 
fall on , upun . to aggruss. 

gnfang, m. beginniug. commoiiM- 
mcur; eine* ftrlbjugetf, openinj;; 
eine« Sßerf#, enti.iucc; eine* ©in. 
in; Sin fang jgrüiit 



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to | nt Brtt; gteid) anfangt", it the. tvtf & 

I bCüi'lllillg. ■ >V 

ätntiinqsbuebfrab, »i. initial lettoiy 

Anfang igt Unit, ptur. prineiple*;' 
lunii.iin-ntalj, niilhnentj, elementt«^ 

ä.if jr&en, v- a. (u paint, coloa*^ 
to pul ,;oloui. ■'■> 

it'faf fcn, f.r.o. to uka — l«y — w« 
get hold of, touch. ■•.: 

nfou Uli, v. r. m. to kegin ton«. : 

änfenjten, v. i. n. eine SReinimfc :■ 
to attack, aiaail, iggrei», to opV 
po«e ; junt SSbfen reuen , ectfuiqts, - , 
to cntice, tcmpt; befümmew;, bat* , 
ruijiqen, to concern, mov«, touciy.t 
trouble , diBtiirb. - «, 

fln fertjtun g, /. Opposition; entiofr 

feilen, v. a. to beeiti to file. -• 
auf eilfdjen, v. «. r. to uk tk» 

anfeinben, v.r.». to b«*r illwiH '.' 

Iiatrcd, eumity to, to ba ho Stil«, 
anfeinbung, /. betring illwiflt, 

iä n f « v t i g e n , t». *, r. to maie , m ■ 

in.'iiiiiLtctiiTe ; to lend to. 
StnfeFfeln, v. '• <>. to fetter, ihackl«. 
" feudjten, v. r. a. to moistan. 



to 






iplei 



lulimeni«. 

n , v. i. n. to begin , con 

ju Itidjcn, {u n-etncn, t 

»sliinc. a wccping; j 

eine artcit, i 



fall . 1 

turnen, — 

S) about; ein 3(krf, to einer upon, 
*ke tlie bcginiiinc; einen ^clb. 
juq, to opon; er iretfi nietjt , wie 
erft onfanaen fofl, U doei not know 
how to bring it ü.bout: — » v. I. n. 
to begin; JU tpadjfcn , to rise. 
•priiie; voit fange tri) an? wli.it 
ifull 1 do? jidj anfangen, u> begin. 

BnfJinaer, m. beginncr; einer 5Bif. 
fenfnWft, Äunfl, eine* ©ewette«, 
novice; eines ©IceitiJ, aggreiior. 

grufängtia), «J/. orig--,al, 2 nc:- 
pieit: — ndü! in the beginning. 
-tt firit. 
ifangjf adv< in tbe beginning, 



3fn flammen, u.r.a. to kindle, in« 

nflertten, v.l.a. to twitt »t, to 

join by twiiting, or plaitiug, to 

■nbjoin. 

nf leben, v. >■ a. to implora. 
Stnflebting,/. imploraüon. 
ä n t ( t tf e ii , v.r.a. to boich , Patch, 

to Jtw on, to tag, tack; fflottf, 

Stilen, to «nbjoin. 
anfliegen, i>. !. «. to fly'to; an» 

geflogen f ontinen , to come flying. 
S n f l i e fi e n , w. i- "■ to flow to , to 

flow aesinst; im stießen beriibren, 

to v.aih, to run by. 
anflögen, v. r. «. to flo»t to, to 

diaw near by Howine ,' to add> U 
bv flowi.is. 

ȟuvton 

npneaW| 

g , m. flight , aoaring iip ; 

re, «mattering, «mack; copr 

pice wood , copse, underwool 

Sjnflufi, m. allnvion; tkit whick 

ig added or «etlled by allnvion. 

nfoberet, m.climoron« cieditoii, 



anflÖBungdrecbt, n. 

low, right of allnvion. 

An fluiden, v. a. r. to i 



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begin , commence ; tn(t an<tel)enber 
9la<f>t, with growing dark ; bat 
©c^aufpiel ge&t an, the play begins ; 
be$ 9*ad)6ar$ jpauS gefyt ati (brennt 

an)/ the ncighbour's house ii catch- 
ing Are, catches ; anrüchig tverben, 

»ie SfeiW, to taint; einrichten, 
wie geijt ii)v e$ an, how do you 

contrive? Bitten , to sollicit, be- 

seeeb , entreat ; er wirb immer an» 

gegangen/ he is always applied to. 

Angeben©, a dj. ein ange^enber 

©c&rtftfteller, a commencing'author, 
novice , young Scholar etc. : — 
-prae-p. concernmg, for, as to; an* 

qefcenb fein Setragen, as to bis con- 

dtict. 

Angeboren, v. r.n. to belong, ap- 
pertain; biefer Sföenfc^ gety6rt mir 

an i this person belongs to me; 
tenranbt fet?n, to be related. 
Angetyorig, adj. U. adv. belong- 
ing to, related to ; meine Ange£6rt* 
gen, my relations, ray connections, 
my kinsraeh, my parentage. 

ÄnVjel,/. m. bte £l)ürangel, hinge; 

iflfc^angel, angle, hook, nshing- 
ine; ber SBelt, hinge, pole; jtt>i* 

f<$en fctyür unb Angel flecfen, to be 

in a vexatious alternative , to bc 
at the pinch, to he put to your 
last shifts. 

Angetangen, v. r. n. to arrive. 

An fiel b, n. earnest, earne&tmoney, 
advancemoney. 

angelegen, adj. baran liegenb, 

adjoining , connninjg, adjacent; 
wichtig, importint, of consequence ; 

$d) angelegen fetjn laffen, to be ye- 

ry careful about, to pay attention 
to , to endeavour earnestly , to 
malte a point of. 

Angelegenheit/ /. concem, busi- 

ness, atfair, matter of importance. 

angelegentlich, adj. urgent, press* 
ing, earnest : — adv. urgently, with 
eagerness, earnestly, ardently, ea- 
gerly. t 

2tn^Clft f cf>, m. thornback. 

Angetfjafen, m. hookpin. 
A n g e l i f a , /. = €ngelit>ur$ , ange- 
lica; ein Sontterfyeug, angelick. 

Angelleine,/, angling line, fUhing« 

line. 
Angeln, v. r. a. to angle ; na<$ et* 

wai trauten, to angle for, to 

long for. 

Angeln, n. anjgling; bat Angeln 

naö) So6 , the angling for praise. 

angeloben, v.r.a. to vow, protest 

solemnly, promise. 
Ängelö6ni§, n. act of vowing, 
promising. 

Angelo&ung, /. vow, solemn pro« 

testation. 

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Angelrute, /» anglerod; fu 

rod. 
A tt g e l f d) n u r , /. angling line 
Angeldern, m. loaä star, pol 

polarstaf, northstar. 
A n g e l xo e i t , adj. jutting wid< 

de open. 
Angemeffen, adj. conforn 
conform, agreeable , sni table 
guate, fit: — adv. conforn 

htly. 

An$emeffen$eit, /. confoi 

fitness. 
91 n g e n e b m, adj. agreeable, ple; 
acceptaMe, welcome ; rare, ic 
annehmbar, accepttble; ana< 
für ben ©efömacf , Ut ®e$$v 
©erurf), bat ©ejl<t)t, sweet; i 
su gar, music. rose, pröspec 

angenehmer SXat&, sweet cor 
für ben SBcrfranb, agreeable; fi 
Auge, pleasant; aeeepted, gra 
welcome: — adv* agreeabfy, 
santly» 
Anger, m. down, green, gras 
pastureground. 

Anger Hume, /, daisy. 
Angertraut, n. knotgrass. 

A n g e f e t) t n , adj. credi table 
note ; illustrious , in favou 
credit:-— conj. seeing, consxd» 
in regard to. 

Angefeffen, adj, settled. 

An gefielt, n.face, countenanc 
sage, sight, look, aspect, air, : 
complexion; Angeftd)ti, in 
sifrhtof; evidently; lipon the 
immediately ; ber £trcfye , ii 
face of the church ; A n aejfc(t 

fafcon fahren, to pass within 
of Lisbon ; ©egenwart, prese 

Anaefto^len, adj. furtively n< 
ea, got by theft. 

Angern i^nnen, r. t. «. to get 

to f win from , to pievail ägi 
einem ettpae, to attract one* 
ticc. 

Angewöhnen, v.r. a» to accu 

innre, use. 

Angemo^n^eit, /. habit, cu 
practice; aui Angetvo^n^eit, 

tually. 

Angießen, v. i. a. to pour t< 

water, to cast together ; to at] 
detract , aecuse , calnmniate ; 
angegoffert, exaerly fitring, 1 
glove. 

Anglansen, v. r. n. to glan 

to sparkle , to shine , glitter 

ster; biß attm $lenben, to gla 
Angleidjen, v. r. a. to assimi 
Anglei((ung, f> assimilation. 
Angler, m. an gier. 
Anglimmen, v. r. u. /. n. t< 

ein to glimmer# to catch firi 

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Anhänger, m. adherent, follo- 
jnpängig, ad;, cleaviug, eli 

tenacions; hingeftörig , connei 
beloneiiig, boiuiJ to, conse<jni 
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Hnhinglirij, "'';■ attached. 
Stn^Äng !tdj f cit , /. attachmom 

Stnbftngfel, n. appendage. " 

S( n t) u et) e n , v. r. a. to breathe ai 

anbauen, v. 

give the first 

«n^äufen, p. 

acnirmilnte , 1 

Anhäufung, /. accumulation. 

8 n f)( 6 ( n , t>. 1". a. to Ui't up ; anfan« 

gen, to begin, to opeit, 
«nbefitt, .». beginner. 
anheften, f. anhaften. 
anheilen, v. r. e. u. n. to beal at, 

up , to consolidate , unilo. 
anbiiin, adu. Lome, in ono's hottte; 

of; in a «tue of ,1 eli beral loa, of 
fuither conaideration ; to one'» 
»llare; onbtitn fallen, to fall to, 
to dcrolve; anheilt! guten, to leave 
with, to put into *ne band»; <M» 
Ijeim flfilen , to commit, to iutrust 
with, to leave for conaideration; 
to deliver up, tranifer. 

Stn 6 eif di. ig, ud]. pledged dt pro- 
jniip, boiind by a compact; fid) an« 
beiffbig Uiarfjen , to promiia , bind, 
obligo, pledge onc'i aelf. 

S|n6«nfe(n, ». r. a. to (ix an aar 
to a vesicl, pol; to hang a veascl 

up by the edr; eine fffieoaiUe am 
benfein , 10 «1 « little ring to » 

flnbcntcn, v. r. a. f. anhängen. 

anbev, adv. bither, to thi» place; 
V\i 4nber, hnherto, tili now. 

■ n 6 e r f U n f t , /. anival here. 

anbeten, v.r.n. to begin to bunt, 
to begin to bait; to »et upon; ein 
SßtlÖprett, to bunt, honnd; bie 
JjunÖe, to haloo, Ret the houndi 
Olli Sil ttnal 536|"Cm, to ab«; ttu 

jen, to ineüe m an: btc 91a** 
(arfebuft illl einmiter heljen, to sei 
the neighbourhood togetber by the 

«nb'efter, m. settor on, abettor, 

in dt er, imtigator, maKebatc. 
anb«Ut, adv. to day, thii day. 

«nberen, v.r.a. to inflict by witch- 

craft, to bewitch. 
8 n b i> b e, /. riting ground, eminente, 

hill. 



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atlboletl, V.e. r 

bowlfne). 
anböten, v.r.a. to henken to, 

liaten to, to rivo ear to, fo attao 

anjofen, ».I 

anil, 7». aniso, auiseed. 

a n 1 & b t tt rt t IC e I n , m. »nisoedtniiit. 

« n i I b I ) , ■ . h. aniaeedwood. 

an 1(41, ». anweadoil. 

Siii^ä urfer, m. sngarod anise. ■ . 

anjagen, ».«.r, to brgin to chtM. v 

anje^o, anjetjt, onjeftunb, «feY" 

now, at piesent, at thii time. 
a n j d) e n , i\ r. fl , to yok« , cotmlii t 

■mder tl.c yoke. ^ * 

anCauf, hi. purebue, acquliitioat ' 



anlaufen, v, r. a. to buy f putehaiH 
(IIb iinfaufvn, ein ©ut, to purchiW'; ' 

anf ebren, v.ar. 10 awoep agaiucj : 
to use, employ , practiM. 

Scnfer, ,„. .inkle, anUebone. 

»nfer, m. ein $!,*$> anebor. ; 

«nftr, m. gebiffe ju fcefcjligen, ■»- 
chor; ben änfet werfen, aujwcrfnt» . 
10 castanclior; fidj »er an/er (egnt, 
10 anebor; Uor anfer liegen, to . 
ridc, lio st auchnr; bie anier (io> " 
ten, lo lioitt, weiglt tho anchori * 
uor anter treiben , to drag tb« ad- ; 
chora; bad ©djiff treibt cor anter, 
tho anebor comos honie; ber UnltC 
bangt, the anclior i« a tri»; Ott : 
anter bettelten, to ihue an a'ncTior; 
Sen anter tappen, to tut tbe cabisi 
bie anter fdjleppcn, to veer um 
cable. 

anferarm, m. arm of an anebor, 

anferauge, n. eye of an anebor- '■ 

anferbalten, m. caihead, anchor- \ 

a rt t * r 6 e n , r. r. «. to eut a noteh. 
anterboje,/. canbuoy. 
»nter fliege,/, palm of an anebor. > 
änterflott, „. Saaj. 
anferflügel, m. palm, flook. 
anf f i-fiitt erun g, /. lining of tbm 

bow. 
antergetb, n. ancborige, 
äntergrunb, m. anclioring grotind, 



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cubonk. 

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clutching of th» 
niiin, Lp=-pik ui an anebor. ' 

auferbetm, m. »bank of an anchor. 
a 11 f c r b c I j , n. ttock of an anebor, 
anterfreui, n. erown of an W- 

8 n t'I'r'u'dj ', n- r h">»eho]e. 
anf erlös, «./>. »nmoored, adrifit ; 
tag ff tb irr i|( anfertol, th« maul 

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Änfunft,/ arrival, comtiig i 

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Knf itppeln, v. 

a»lä#([n, v. 
tbörtd-t lirfjcln, 

«nladjen, i>. r. 
amile npon, to 

Endige,/ laying on, applicanon, 
di.trTb.irfon; ikrtch, dclign, plan, 
pioject; (hing aimexed , itictoiod, 
addei! ; tax, impoit ; [und, capital: 
foundaion. fintbeginningi »atu- 
ral abüiry, ulont; SnlOOtfrtt, »cot- 
free ; 3br SRfürauen tft bie erfte an* 
lagt tum fflierfdieiiftinte, your dii- 
mii! eivrs yoii * miianihrapical 
dispn-itioti -, er bat eine nicht gei 
meine anlagt jur S)i#trunfr, ha lim 
no common parte (taUnta) for poe- 
trv i uut ber anläge werben Sie er» 
feben , by the annexed you will 

8 n I a i l e n , v. e. to address in in- 
f.mtine lsngnage . 'O li.p at. 

«nlönbe, /. f. «nfubrt, Unding- 
place. 

2 n [ (i n b e n , a n [ a n b e n , v. r. u. to 
lanJ, com« to ibore, draw near 
tlie cnasi, to dilenibark, to makf 
■ dracant. 

äit ian t u ti g , antanbung, /. 

Unding, coming to aüore, deicenc. 
Knlangen, v.r.n. toarriv'a, cortic 

at : — i-, r. n. betreffen, to Cancern, 

Bnlangenb, concen.ing. toucliing, 
as for, at tili whut belonga to. 

anlag, 77i. necatiun, cause, motive. 
oppcriimi iv , inducement ; änlafi 
geben , to i'ndnce. 

»nlaffen, ». i. «. to let on; einen 
Älinb, to iet on; einen Seid), to 
nü; eine Wuble, to tat ■ going; 

Eg. einen iibel anlatjen, to upbraid 
im, to reprove him in high 
ormi, to reb .ke. 
Änlaffen, t>. i. r. to give hapai, 
to promif«; tt fäfit (l<6 junt Äriege 

eS (Sfit fi* imn grieben an, it seemi 
wo «ball have peace; far Änabe 
fällt fidi gut an, it i's * hopeiul 
boT; bie ©ad>e laM ff* fäfcdu an, 
ehe matter enrries a bad face; taS 
Hielter (igt ffdj an, tha weatber 
appeara — . 
Kniauf, m.nmning to or np to 
a thing: onaet; conconrse, he.. 
quem petition, he.qne.nt appli< 
non , treublt , Uftublcti 



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2BaffeT7j, iwetliug, riiing of 1 
anlaufen, v.i.n. to hegin tc 
to r.in up, td; to riae , to i 
bie SCätfie läuft fanft an , the 
tim wiih ■ »lope; fcer $tufi 
febr an, the rirer iwell» on 
mu k; bie ©Aulben laufen 1 
bpber an, the dehn riie dailv 
and more; ber Spiegel CäÜ 
the lookingglatt lo>r« i es b 
neu, tirnithi-s; anlaufen, ' 
iverbtn, to grow hoary (mi 
nisty, io rnt, to com>pt); 
iDOfj anlauien, P> " ln "8' 
fdjledjt anlaufen , to ba ditapj 
cd, toiunabad chance ; fein 
brav anlaufen [äffen, to qu 
one'e horse, to put him ti 
»paed: — v. i-a. einen antauft 

importune; Ultl etWaf, tO I' 
prellt, reqnest. 
anlauten, v. a. to ring th 

in lign of the beginning of*. 

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tahe aim at ; an .fetten, to 1 
enchain; Sleibfv ,- ©*u6e , 9 
pfe, to pur on, to dicrs, to I 

Yoinseii; Staat anlesen, top 

tl. ebbest appareli fid) anterf 

(en, to rhauge rlotbeii /;ar 
ay hold on; liefe Krauer an 
to gO iiito deep mo"niing ; 
to iniploy, place, put to uao : 
3eit IDoljt, to beatonr — empl 
■pa..d Uii tim« well; eine 3 

©tobt, WifeCictbef u. f. f., 10 h 
bie 3Banb (©Atffeauebruct!), 
ihe ihroudl otbi tlie ntutli« 
their eye or collar; eti'.a* n 
neui anlegen, to plot, concen 
i plot; einen $lan, to p 
«eherne; eine neue Kolonie, t 
the fonndation of a nevr co 
©teuer, to lay a tax upon , im 

eon @#iffen, io pi« in, to 
an (in feinblidjeij TSdjiff , to b 
to grapple; garten, ie lay. 

(nleaefd/Iof, n padlock. 

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agglutinate; njie angeleimt, 

glueil to the »pot. 
anleiten, v. r. a. to guide, 

couduet; inatrnet. 
anleitet, m. leider, gtiider, e 
anleitung, /. leading, guiö 

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Annehmen, v. /. a. ©etö, to'take mo- 
ney; ein ©efdjenf t?on jemanbcS ipän* 

fein, to takeapresentatthe hands of ; 

eine ©cfratt, to take a shape; einen 
2Bea)fel, to aeeept; einen Stntrag/ 

to aeeept an offering; cinetf (£nt« 
fdbutbigtltig , to aeeept of one's ex- 
cusc; tinltl QUUn Watt) f to listen 

to good advice; firtj einer @a<£e, 

to take care of a matter; an $tru 

beS @tatt , to adopt ; 51UU 5?anbel$* 

genoffen / to take ono for a .part- 
ner; ©unfl&eaeigungen annehmen, 

to reeeive favours; JU ©naDen an* 
nehmen, to take into favour; eilKi» 

Sßlefttung annehmen, to adopt; -eine 
Religion; to embrace; 33efud?e an* 
nehmen/ to see Company ; angenom» 
tnen, afTected; ftc f)at eine angenom» 
weite 9tacfctäfjigteit an fia), süe has 

an aftected air of negligehce; iO) 

werbe tiefen @a$ nie annehmen; 

tili 3 argnment 1 shall never con- 
sent to; @ie werben ba$ bod) nietjt 
fiir €rnß annehmen, I hope you 

will not take it in earnest; ftd) 

annehmen taffen, to engage, to «n 

list tor a soldier; ©olb nimmt fei« 

nen SXoft an, gold is not liable to 

TllSt* 

9 it n e i) rtt e r, m. aeeepter, aeeipient, 

taker, reeeiver. 
Sin nefymltd) , adj. acceptable, ad- 

missible, allowablo ; f. angenehm, 

ägreeable, pleaiaiit: — adv. aeeep- 

tably, agreeably; » 
rt'n e & in X i ti) f e i t, /. acce ptableiiess ; 

agrecableness, pleasantness ; sweet- 

ness, grace, charm. 

£ftnef)mung, /. f. Stnnafyne. 

S( n n e i a c n , z. r, r^c to incline to, 

coincide, fall in with. 
Stnneftetn, v. r. a. to lace; tie 

with points. 
St H n i < t e n , z>. r. a. to riret to. 
8t TT n 0(f?/ «</*;. yet, still, besid*s. 

Stnnultiren, z/. r. «. = üernidVctt, 
üerunguftigen, toamiul, to abolish, 
Co abrollte. 

% n n u l ii r it n g , /. ■ = *Bemu&tung, 

SerungÜUigung , abolition , abro- 
gation. 

Stnnutitrungäftaufet, /. defea- 

sance. 

Anomalie, /. t= Ungteidmiäfiigfeit, 

anomaly, irreguiarity. 

Stnonpm, a'nonvmifd) , adj. ~ 
ungenannt; namenlos, anonymoiis: 

— ' adv. anonymously. 
KnOlIPWU^ m. anonymons autkor ; 
nameless fellow. 

Stnorbrien, v. r. a. 6eflcJ(cn r to b*- 
speak, order; einen Sag, to fix a 
day; eine <&<blad)t, to dispose. 

Slnorbnuna/ /. ordering, dispo- 
tition, direclion» regiüation, arran- 
gement» 



Stnpacfen, v. r. a, to l*f -— ■ take 

hold ot, to seize , gripe, oatck. 

anpappen, v. r. «. to paste np* 
clap oit. 

QCnp a ff««/ v. r. «t. tö 'fit, to aecom- 
modate, to aHapt, adfutt : ; to try 
on: ' — t'. r. n. to siiit, "to l>e fit- 
ting ; anpaffenb, sui table* ^on- 
gruoifs. 

iÄnpfa^len, v. r. ä. to pal* \ipi 

to set with props. 

9n pfeifen, v. u a. to whisfdd «t, 

to hiss at. 
3Cnpf(anae% v. r. a. tö ^lant, fced- 

tivate. 
2(np flan 5 ülig, /. planutioiK 
Ötnpflocf en, v. a. r. to peg tö> <• 

fasten with *pegS. 

Ä n p f l i\ g e n, v. «. to joih*by plo«glu 

ing; to begin ploughing. 
% n p t d) e n, i>. r. a. U. ni to pitcll to. 
^npedjen, v. r. a. to knock at. 
3t n p r a t ( e n, v.r.n.to boimd agafnt t. 
9tnp p reifen, v> x. a. to ptaise, com* 

mend, recoromend. ' 

ttn pvettefi, v.r.a. to dash, boimd. 
91 n p r D<) e, /. tryiHg -on. 

2tnpro6en, anpro6tceit> i>.t. «. 

to try oih 
2tnptU$/ m. dress, ftttire, finety, ap« 

parel, omament. 
H n p u fj e n , v. r. ä. tö dress lwrcly, 

to adorn. 
An rammen, v. i a. tö fassen by 

ramming. 
St n v a n f e n, v. a. to fasten i>y sonn« 

twists, tendrih: — v. n. tö clirDD. 

^nraSpetfl/ v. a. to begin to rasp. 

5t n ratzen, v. i. a. to advise, «oun* 

sei. 
Stnrat^eny n. advice, counsel, per- 

snasion. 
3tnrau$tn, v. r. a.' to l>egin to 

smoke ; to season by sm'oking. 

Stnrau ct)ern , v. r. a. to drive 
smoke agains-t, to givo 6moke, to 
peifunre, to besuio»iK". 

9: n x C d) n e n, v. r. a. to rate, reck ob, 
charge ; man I;at mir $u Ptet an$t* 
rennet, rhev Iiäv« orerrated me; 
t)od) anred)nen ; to tax at a high 

rate. 
Qtnrc(f)t, n. right, title, claim, pre- 

logativo. 
$( n vc b e / /. accostiifg ; address» 

speech , harangne. 
21 n r? b e n , v. r. a. to aecost; ad* 

dress, h.naiigue, speäk to» 
St n r e g e n , v. r. a. to arge , to stir 

up, to animate , incite, to touch; 

angeregter maßen, as bcfoie mea- 

tioiuiJ. x 

St n v e g u n 4, /. inc^'tation, impuUe"; 

einer €>ao>e ne^mat^ CSinreaung t^an, 

to make mcnüon of a thing once 
again. 






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3tif 54 *"f 

clap ob; mitftägcin, w nul at, 

; ein Qualität, to affix, poit up; 



eiie at; tat anfdjauen Satte* in 
jener 3Bclt, intuitive vision ofGod 
in tha world co come; oufdtau eilte 
€rfen!rtni6, intuitive knowledge. 

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ah.ive, to thave a Utile; to warp 
Sri fd) eerpfab I , m. ropetnake» 



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«nfcbein, 

hoad , probabilitv; alle 

nad), ro all appearance. 

1 n f et) c i n e it, i . i. o. io •! 

to give liglit to, to glitt. 



appej 



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Ktlftftfin eil b/ adj. apparent, 

anfdj eilen, ». r. n. to ring the 

anfi irf en, o. r. a. fi<b ju etn>a#, 
to pirparo, to düposo, to offer; 

Ed) albern ;u etniaä anfeiiefen, to 
ehave ai.kvyardly. 
Aufhieben, ». L 

nfdiieUn, 



) »qiiint at. 



look aakew, awry, . 

aalope, aiquiut upon ,( iteal a look 

H n f d; i e (j e n, i>. i". «. to shoot, wound; 
to fire for the firtt lim« ; to join 
to ; — i>. i*. a, CDtn aBaffer, to «hoot 

fortli; to rush un. againat ; bORI 

©tbieSen , an bie OTauer gefrijotTen, 
•bot againtt the wall; anaränjcii, 
to border upon , to bo adjacent; 
in bie Jpcbe ftfiieijen, von ©aljen, 
Äruflolien, to cryitalfiie, thoot in- 
to glacions hodini, thoot into m- 

flnfdjif fen, ». r. n. to bostd, to 

*bip to, approach, go near bj*, to 

come ii p with a ship. 
Sil fdjittlin ern, v. a.r. to glimm er, 

■hine upon, to caat liglit on. 
9 It f<b irren, v. r. e. to harneaa. 

ä* f <b l a g , m. itroke ; einer t?ibrift, 
afnxing; 6er anqeffblnqene Zettel, 
bill poitcd up; 53eved)riiing, calcn- 
lation, compmatioii , iupputaiion, 
reckoning, eatimaie; in anfcblag 
bringen, to put to «cconnt; SKatb-- 



bnngen, to put to 
fe&Ug, enticurf, J 
un.pt. 

p ro] e et 



nipt, purpose. attenipt, enterprue 

rojeet; ein liftiger, maebinarion 

ig device, plot 



»nffblagen, t>. i, e. mit berPHocfe, 
to ring the bell; an bie (Slocfe, to 
mike the bell; tttJjanb an etreaS, 



fix, poi , . 

feilbieten, to sei out to aale; Jener, 
to itrike — make fire ; ein %aa, t 
tplice; bie ©eflel, to band a aa 
to ita yard; ein Sermogen, 



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... ©dj[c§ , to'clap, 
lock; »en jpunben, to bay ; riibtig 
anftblagen, to set a just eiümation 
0n; ju 1)0 di an ftb lagen, to overrate; 
er fdjlägt einen anbern Scn an, he 
cbanges bis note r — t>. i. n. co 
fall agaiust, auiko againtt; to 
»neeeed well, to protper; Don "btx 
S^cnei, to operate, work, piova 
•ftectutl. 
anfdjUgtg, adj. dejigning, acliem- 
ing, contriving, inveiitive, inge* 

anfd>(agjette[, m. bill poated up, 
writing afbxsd, advertitemeat. 

anfrfilainnien, v. a. r. to min« 
put in mir» ot raud, to foul with 

änfdHaub ern, v. a. r. to fling 

änT* Lei eben, v. i. tu to aneak np 

to. 
anfd>(<iftn, v.i.a. to ttraw, bring 

near witii a dtay or aledge; ttt 

faaten by a knot; to begin ut 

grlnd , or polilb. 
an feb £enf evii, t>. r. a. to throw 

at, to tplaah at, to fling. 
an fd> lieft ten , v. n. r. to pilo np; 

to lay up sinooih and wen agattut 

«place. 
Sn feb ließen, v. i. a. beifügen, to 

add, to adjoin, to amtex; fld; alt . 

einen , to aiiociate with one i flo) 

eng anfcftliefien an, to enter into eloea 

connexion with; einen 5)erbrea)et, 

to chaiii up, to put in fetter*; — 

v. i. n. to close, to join. 
Slnf* Inmpetn, v. r. a. «in Jtteu 

bungeftäff, to buddle on. 
Snfdjlufi, m. the ennexed, 
3n fa) mau eben, v, «. r. to blow 

the «moke againit, 
a«fd) meidjeln, v. m. r. to pernud* 

by Satteting: — v . n. to mainuata 

youraeli. 
an fifimeißen, v. i. a. to knock, 

beat, itrike at ; to thrutt , CMI 

upon: — t>. i. n. to dalh againat; 

er ("(fjiiiig mit bem Xopfe gegen bie 

©Qnb an, he wai pnabed with tha 

bead againat tlie wall. 
3 n f d) m e U e n , v. a. r. to bagin to 

mclt, or diiiolve; to f aalen by malt- 

ing! — v. n. i. to adfaere, claara 

lo by melüng, to meJt to. 
an f<fi in eitern, v. a. ,-. to throw. 

cait , bruiaa, cruah, spiit , datb 

againit. 




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hl, vi,«-; in uiafa 

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U*(3( Ätrl aitiu(ttliii,' 

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g («l«n, i 

(, galtrn, ii 
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Hnf ! 

«uehoi-ityi ein ÜJtann Bon groficm 
SilfellCtl, a man of great iccoimt, 
credit, Imputation, oonscquence, 
Urne, narae; ein faXetfiteä Stiften 
gettiniieit, to hegin to look verf 

UM fei) ii It *, adj. considerable, emi- 
nent, gieat , notable, loputable ; 
— ade. considerably. 

Slnfebnlia)t«it, /. oon.iderabie- 






_ ..r of. 
»nfeidjen, 
SHnfengen, 

aiiige. to tiuge, burn a utile. 
Sliifs&cn, v. /. o. to put toj to ap- 
ply lo , to clap o-n ; »On Sl'wftaUen, 
lo ahoot upon the si des i onnäljeil, 
to «bw to; tue Eabung einer Äanc» 
(IC, to ramm home; mit bflfl Bit 
ntc bot" angefefjt? ji vrhat ist* 
have yonpui it to me? fcfjäljen, to 
■et, tax; bei einem Stinte, to place. 
fix; ein aiiaefefeter i'ebrcr, a »tated 
profetaor; 2Banten , ©tagen te., to 
«et up the ihiouda; geit, toset, fix, 
«ppoini, determine; Q3aiü!ie, to 

fld) anßrengen, to «et indmrriouily 
to ; empfunden i'nn einigen Stieren, 



«nfetjer, m. fSniteifen), drirng 

bolt, drivcbolt. 

S(n fidjt, /. sieht, prospect, viewi 
in Ürifkbt iwhni.-n , to iake & view 
of;, fle finb in ibtenSinfiffiten tev 
fdjieben, they differ tu tlioir per. 
ceplion of things. 

»nfirfjtig, a ,!j. u. adv. tinefianffd)' 
tig Mierben, to ice, get a sight of, 

fet to light, discovar, descry, to 
nd out with the eye». 
Stnfiebel, n. family «»täte, landed 

proptrty ; «mall farm. 
SÜnfiebeln, v. r. rec. to aettle. 
&nfiebe(ung, /. «eiiUment. 
An ringen, v. a. i. to welcome 

witli ;t song, to cetebrate in long. 
Änfinnen, f. i. «. to pretend, to 

deeire, to offer, t.i tempt, lolicit. 
Sin i in n u ng, j. pretemion, desirc, 

iSnfiljen, f. i. «. to «it fast, to 
•tick — cleave to ; er ift biet atigc 
feilen, he i« «ettled, catablisued 

Änfponnen. v. t. a. to put the 
hone« toi eine ©orte, fein« Äröfte, 
to imiii; btn ÄPpf onfpannen, ta 

•xert onc's geniui ; eillCtl ©trüf, 

% n f p e i c n , v. i. a. to spii lipon, at. 
IBltfptet, n. le.d. 

anfpielen, v. r. a. to begin to 

pl»y; to ; hint«t, glaitce at, lo •!■ 



Jtnf 

lüde ; eine Statu, to leid br ■ etrd i 

— v. r, n. to lead. 
»nfpielunfl, /. allution. 
ttnfpiefien, v. r. a. to ipit, dhw 

— put lipon the «pit, itnpale^ 
Mnfpinnen, *. i. a, to ipia to- 

gether, ipin to ; ettval SÖPfe*, to 

coutrive, deuise , plot. 
Srnfpiften, v. r. a. to tjiv» anoint, 

to; niieber, to newpoint. 
«nfpornen, v. r. a. to »pur, clap 

coiiTitge , excite , itir ilp, egg on, 
KnfptHrfj c, /. addrea», «peech. 
änfprcdjcn, v. i. a. nennen, ta 
call; einen, toaecost. midie«, «peak 
to; eiiifpretficn, to cJl at; eine» 
Hin ctivüc, to heg, a;k, deiira, de- 
maiui; Perflagen, to indite, aceufol 

— v. n. to emit u souiid. 
fltnfpretigen, v. r. a. to »prinkla j 

to attack; tntt teilt l'ferbe , to rom 
at, ride at i ccii Enjitüpulüer, to 
«prine at, blow at; mit einem fliif» 
ffgen Sörper, to «prinklo, wim. 
% n f p r i n o. e n, v. i. n. to leap agaimt \ 
bei- (Stein fprang an bat genfttr 
an, the «tone bomiced agninit ib« 

8(nfpri«>en, v. r. «. to beaprinkU, 
to apout againtt, to aplaih , daih. 

JHnfprud), m. calling; inditemanti 
bat ütedjti claim, pretenaion, titla; 
3(nfpru(fa matten auf, to ky claim. 
to; in anfprutb ntbmen, to que«- 
tion , to conteat for, to pretend W, 

änfpruö)l(! i, vdj. unaMitmina;. 

anfprung, m. leap, »pring, jun | 

an f p li Een , v. r. u. to waib, «t; to 

«nfpiiiuna, /. buk throwm np 
by the wave« , alluvion. 

änftdlt, /. rcgiilatioiH diapoaitioii i 
3u6ereitun9, prepar.uiom offentli. 
n)e, pritat, Institution, eitabluh- 
ment; Orbnur.g, Order, direetion. 

H n ft a m in e n , t*. r. n . to devolve, 
to {M in «ncceiaion. 

aiiflänimeii, *>. r, a. to lean, n- 
cline, »trive, pTets againlt. 

5(nftaiib, i». Jclay ; ti fantt noa> 
anftaub ba&en, it may yet be de- 
layed; f övpcrlidjer , carriago. ad- 
dress, air, gr.ice, behavJom J 1 Tai« 
f.'ilirfjcr StiiQ.inb, imperial port; 
ouf ber3agb, sund, catcht 'SebenN 
tifbleit, doubt, scruple. 

anirantsivief, m. ktter of re- 

% n fi ä n b i 3 , adj. decont, becoming, 
coni-cnient, seemly, agreenble; eint 

ai!|Uiiöige Jleibung, a decentdresi; 
anjencbui, agreeaüle, plnasing; -r- 
adv. dcoently, coiiFeiiiently. 



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V n (1 c i n j ( n, u, r. «. "pfcrt* anfwn. 
o«, in um n i 'Si'tri:«, tat »t|".n< 

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KtiflrctÄen, v. i. a. Farben u. f. f. 
jrrcicftcno auf eine JCäc^e Bringen, to 

f>ut, lav on coluurs etc.; to co- 
our. paint; fid) feftminfen, to paint; 

tnit einer Jefcer, einem JÖUifiift, to 
mark with a p*n, pencit; eineSBönb 
lretfj , to wniten , wbitewash; — 
flg. , ropunish, animadverr. 
V n fr r e i f c n , v. r. n. to sweep at, 
by, to graze. 

Ä.nfrrengen, f. andrängen. 

(tt ft r i <Ö , m. paint. painting, 
coiour, die, rincrure; flg. einen 2tn- 
(trieb gebe»/ to give a cloak, a fair 
pretext , to coloar. 

5 n fr r t cf € n r v. r. a. to hnit on. 

6 n fr r 6 m e n , v. r. n. to stream 

cloftti tO. 

fcnftücfen, v. r. a. to piece, to 

patch, clap a piece to. 
ffnftücffel, n. ekingpiece , appen- 

dage. 
Snjturmen, v.r.a.xo storm apinst, 

attack, assanlr; an eine £f?ur, to 

knock liard at a door. 
9 n fKt $ e n , v. r. a. to lean , rest 

upui , against. 
2( n f U d) e n , z>. r. a. to beseech, sue, 

address, a pply ♦ entreat, solicit. 
X n f U CT) U n g, f. suit, application, pe- 

tition , iiureaty, address; t^lttl 7 to 

noake one's address. 
Qntaf Cltl, v. r. a. to rig, equip 

a shirj. 
ftntalien, plur. toothshells. 
Slntafren, v. r. a. to louch, finger, 

band, handle ; mit 20 orten, to 

toucli , to censure , animadvert 

upon; S)üt\b anlegen, to gripe, 

takt.' 9 lay licld of, to seize, atrack 

ftente, /.'duck ; eine junge, duckling; 

Renten fangen , to decoy ducks. 
81 e n t c n c b l c r , m. osprey. 
$entenfang, m. catcking of wild 

ducks; decoy. 

* l ü 11 2 1 [V« ' "1 *«*•»«*» duck- 

ylc.itenqrun, n.? % ' 

ttentengrü^e, f] wecd ' 
& e n t e n in tt f d> e l * /. bamacle. 
3Unteri$, m. drake; ein ttufoer, 

m illard. 
t(Ut!)ei(/ ni. sliare, part, portion, 
loi ; '2(nt^ei( ^afcen, to partake, take 
a «ihaTe, to bc sharer in. 

fcntbologie,/. = 35(umenCefe, an- 

thotogy. 

gntbropolitb, m. = Per (reinerter 

$Hcnfd)enfnoa)en, anthropolit. 
fcntfcropologie,/. = 9ftenfc$$ett** 

(efyre, anthropology, 
g n t f) U n , i>. a. et r. i. to put on ; 
einen >Jafen, to call at a port ; Älei» 
ber, to pur on clotkes, to dre*s ; 
©d)anbe/ o affront, pur shame 
•"»<>n ; (Schimpf, to offi»r insult to ; 
Ttlfe, to inflict a punisbment ; 
"•u »tob/ to kill, put to death; ftcfc | 



fet&fl bin tob, to make away witb 
one's seif; bat t^Ut tpm an, be i$ 
taken with it; fie ^Ot mtr^ ange* 
tban, sbe has given me the touck« 
sne nas bewitch'd me , inebanted 
me ; anget^an fet)t1 , to be clad 9 tr- 
rayed; f^toari angetan, clad in 
black. 

untiefen, v. a. r. 6ei ^nn&^eritiif 
an bat £anb bie 2Da(Tertiefe erfot» 

fctjfU , to sound. 

% n t i! e , f. t = SiUert^um^urf, «(ter* 

t^üm(id)feit , antique. 
2( n t i f r i t i f , /. = Wtberurt^etl, 0C* 

genimfyeÜ/ Temonstrance. 
2( n t i m o n i u m , /. =: 8pie6gtü#, an* 

timony. * 

9tnttpatbie,/. = 9^aturabneigung # 

SOibenviUe, antipathv. 

£nttpo£>e, m. zz ©egmfiiiler , and« 

pode. 

Antiqua, hex ben 9ucbbru<fcrn Um 
tetnif*e SV/ucffctorift mit fentrec^tai 
95ud>(ra6en, Rvman. 

Antiquar, m. = %ltert(uiu(er ; SUf 

d)ertr6Mer, antiquarian ; tecouC« 
band bookseller, dealer in oid 
books. 

s 2fnt(i^, n. face, countenanc#. 

21 n ton, n. pr. Anthony. 

gntonlfeuer, n. zz^Tofe, Rot^tof/ 

St. Anthony 1 * fire. 

antraben, to trat on; angetralt 

fommen, to come a trotting on/ 
Antrag, m. öfter, proposition, pro« 

pos;il; im cparlement, motion. 
antragen, v. t. a* to propose, to 

offor, to tender; mir tvarb g(etä> MIß 
getragen, I had an itninediate offer; 

jic$ einem grauenjimr.ier^ to rnaka 

proposals to a lady; auf tUtoüi, to 

make a motion. 
ftntrauen, v. r. a. to marry, to 

wed. 
antreffen, v. i. a. to meet with« 

to find; auf friföer £&at, to do« 

prehend , to catch, 
antreiben, v. i. a. to drire on v to 
set to, to urge; ro drive on, im« 

pel, incite ; pon ^^rgeia angetrtc6en # 

actuated by ambition : — v. i. n, to 
drive, to come driving, to raove 
towardi. 

Antreiber, m. driver, inciter ft ia« 
stigator. 

2(ntrti6ttng, /. driving; intug»» 
tioti , Stimulation. 

antreten, v. i.a. to tread to; enun 
antreten, to aecost, to addreta, io 
apply , to petition; eine SXeife^ to 
set out ; ein @ut antreten, to entev 

upon an estate : — v. i. n. tiüfyt 

an bie 3Banb treten, to step clote to 

tbe wall. 
SJntretung-,/. addreMin g , set tinff 
out, entering upon; etnel tttttl/ 
entrance iato aa oAc«. 



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i.l'ti'on, 

ioJidfitiun, wisl.iiig; iraprecttjon. 

Snwiitr" ' ihrny»: 

«n «infT SXaucr, roagheaart Per ri» 
ncM <f?*loli, ili^ L-i-i-pi-iian bdors 

-. rj.unuir: An« 

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i-ii.' in gium«! tufauffn, 10 

t: , *■ r. a. IO 1UJ- OD 4C 

«nio^lung, f. p»y. )»•*«■»■ 

So t | iri r " < •'■ ' ■' ■ 

bor«, pidcdi finrs «lit tti4(l«Ol, 

Änjl»Sir:i, ;'. r. d - M ijt.wttcl». 
3ti|cia)'n, o. »ig«, moit, Jenn». 



i rinnt ttuw*, w (>m upua ■ 



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Änjetg«, /. 


notic« 


Information; 


tri acitungen, 


adverti's 


erneut; SSerf-- 


lltal, mark, 


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«nieigen, t> 


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eftridjt Bon eU 


uai geben, 


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«itiitteln, 1 


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on; Unoere SBflfffce", 10 shifr; fiff), 
to ilotho, anirn, ilross; H<4 traun 
flrrjtejien, to drest in brown i Bon 
(in.'iit ödj'ffe, ffdjuxunme, Magnet, 
tu drjiw, aiirau; Cic artjie$enbe 
jtraft, atinciiva power, virtnai 
gebervifl)/ to bwoil; (in ©eil, to 
•min; eine ©(fite, tocire. quo«, 
alledea: — u. 1. «. annäbern, to 
4nw. nuicli, com* au ; com «t. 

«nsieher, m. ringer, bellnuui; «r- 
tirur, diesser; ßcbubanjl^d', »lioo- 

3Iii}tcb 11 na., /. anr.icuon. 
3n jicbungitcaf t, /. 



St tl j U dj t , f. lewer. 

Stnjug, .«. drawing; Släberiing, .d. 
vance; öer Jtinö t|i im änuiqe, ihe 
toe ii drawing Olli btt (SrflnCe?, 
eil Wring; Ätettunq, «uit, Jrejs, ar~ 
ray, attire; balitT, lialfdross ; f. 
©arnitui-, ist. 

3n ji'i 3I iitj, adj. poignant, titiricil, 

Slnjilfllidjfeit, /■ poignaney , bit- 
ter w.irdi. 

9njiiiittn, v. r.>. ein Cidjt, to 
Jiglit a candle; ein JjUuS, to «et on 



rtnjupfen, r. r. a 
Ä n s to a rf « n , w. r, n 


VÄh 


pul', 


Stn»niangen 

3« J werfen, 

liobnail»; to 

ae'oiitarr'e. 


To 


r. o. an, 

force on, 


niii' 


. r. a. to fasten 


with 
b.rp 



of Aeolus. 
Stpfel, m. apple; mit «urteilt fur.ien 
(Ständet , «liortsliarik ; ein reibet 
ßommcvapfel , golding; ein roth* 
(teeifiaer, reditreak; gart) retbev, 
roteapple; eilt früher, filljfr, John- 
«pale, uimmorapple ; bet 3pfel fallt 
1114t weit eout tewmme, themothi 
1 baivd, tlie daitghier ■ whore. 
> 1" e I 1> a u in , 01. appletree. ' 
ifelblea), n, «ppfeioatter. 



3tpfet6ret, m. npplemannalad«. 
Spfelfrau,'/. applewoman, 
apfel4tail, nrf;. dapplegray. 
9tpf«tl>Af«T, m. apptemonger. 
aepfeirammer, J. apploloft. 
apfetntpfi, m. eider; ein frtjtuadjtr, 

eiderkin. 
apfetro|tet, »1. appleroaiter. 
aptelff&alen, pl. appleparinga. 
3p f etfdjimm et, m. dspplegrey 

atpfctrrijnitt, m. applwlice. 
äpfcl|"ine, /. cliiiiaor.inge, awMt 

orange. 
Sfp t : tl\itd>tt, ri. applacorar. 
■3t Pfeift ifl, m. itafk of an apple. 
Mpfeitort*,/. appUun. 

■■& p <i t IV Cl 0, '■■ applewoman. 

Äpfelwein, m. oder. 

ap otcijpbifrtji adj. = untergefctfli 
ben, apoeryp>i»l; apofrnpt)tfd)t 'Biw- 
a)er , apoerj pl.« : — adv. apoery- 
pltafly. 

31 po frei, »1, = £?iK6ote, 2tt)o(fbnte, 

ät p ft e I a m t , ». ~: $ei t#6otent&um, 

apoftet|)ef(i)idj(e, /. the acta of 

tlie apostlaa. 
apofttm, i. = ©efrtwüt, ©oftge.- 
' fdjrcür, .ipoirem; ba( äpoftcirifraut, 

acabiom; t>ai appftemtchclein, %pt* 

fttmxbiAett , dand«Uon. 
ü(p i) fto It fdj, odj. apoatoiical: — 

adv. apmlolically. 

äpotl) ef e, /. = 3(rjeneifa6en, apo- 

tliecary's atiop. 
äpotbetev, m. = arjenei bereiter, 

apotlietiry. 
Üp p t Ifcf erb u d) , n. diipenattory. 
älpDtbf fergeit iifjt, n. opothecary'» 

weiglit, msdicintweight. 
apotljeftrfenntnifi, /. pltarmv- 

colouv. 
3p c tljeferf rüg, m. galleypot. 
2p t rj c f erlunft, /. pliarma.cy. 
apotbeofe, /. — SetgittcTUll 0/ »po. 

thront. 
SP parat, m. ~ Juriiftung, ätorrtdj« 

tliitjj, app.iratuj. 

appellation,/. — anrufung, 95«» 
fifceltung , Berufung , appeal. 

afppelltttptif geridj t,, ». = QSe» 
frfielthef, eonrt of appeals. 

" ' oaaratb, m. counaeUox 



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eah. 



= mtuft», U* 

fitictten, to appeaL 

appetit, m. = Sfituft, appatita, 
hunger , itomach ; bef cinme n , to 
get a itomach ; etwa* für Den 3!N 
petit ncbinen, 10 take * provocatire. 

appetitlidj, adj. ?s lerferbaft, tcü - 
jen6, einlabenb, excittng appetite, 
delicate, deiirable. 

apeifofe, /. apricock. 



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Äriftofrattfd), adj. = abel&errtfd), 

ari*tocratical; — adv. aristocrati- 

caily. 

g r f t u r, m. = ber S&renföttana (ein 

©ejltrn) , Charles's wain. 
&r(e$6eer&aum, m. servicetree, 
whitebeam. 

Är(e$6eere, SfrleSf irfc^e, /. ser- 

vic^bcrry. 
8fr in, «<//. poor, wantine, needy, 
indigent , necessitous ; OtC Ernten, 

the poor ; ein armer SKann , a poor 
man; arm geworben, pown poor, 

rediue'i, empoverishea ; ein armer 
(£ünber, a culprit, a poor wretch. 
8fr in, m. arm; ein Heiner 5(rm be$ 
QReerS, armlct ; einc$ £eucfytcr$, 
brancli ; etneS (5d)u6farn$ , the 

liaudle of a wneclbarro-w. 

Armatur, /. = ©ewaffe, Stiftung, 

armatitre , armour. 
81 r m b a n b , m. bracelet , armlet. 
8lrmbru|T,/. crossbow. 
Ärmee ; / = #rieg*&eer, £eer, army. 
Sterine!, m. sletve; ofcne kennet, 

sleeveles; auf ben Sfermel heften, to 

teil a fib , to deliule. 
8frmenunftalt, /. Institution for 
tlie relief of tlie poor; in $amburg 

tfl eine gute2frmenanfhi(t, the poor 

are well managed at Haniburgh. 

8f r m e n b (i c& f e , /. f. Slnnenftocf. 
Sfrmeneib, m. poor's oath. 

$t r 111 f n Ij O U ^ n. almshouse, hospi» 
tal, spiule, spittlehouse. 

3(rmen pf( ege, /. diacony. 

Strmenpfteger, m. almoner» alm- 
ner. 

8frmenrec$t, n. poor 's privilege in 
lawsuits. 

8( r m e n f dj u ( e , /. charityschool. 
8frmenßeuer, /. poorrates, rate 

for tho poor. 
Slrmetvjto cf, m. poor's box. 

Strmen't) d ter, m. almoner. 

8fr me Ritter, pl. fritters. 

S( r m f e i i e , /. armfile , rubber. 

ftrmgcige, /. viol. 

81 r m g e f d) m e i b e , n. bracelets. 

Slrmlr^ne,/. eTbowpiece. 

8 r m l e U ä) t e r , m. chandelier , 

branci ed taudlcstick ; an ber 

$£anb, «co nee. 
& r m f d)t e n e , /. armlet , brasset ; 

eineii eingeridjteten 2lrm gerabe ju 

galten, spiint. 
81 r m f <b l e t f e , /. sleeveknot. 
üi v in f d) 1 6 , n. braceletlock. 
gfvmebicf, ««//. as big as one's arm. 
21 r m f C ( i 9 , a</;\ poor, miserable, 

wretched, needy ; paltry, shabby: 

— adv. poorly, needily, shabbily. 
8(rtnfe(igfeit, /. poorness, wreten- 

edness. 
SJr m fef fef A m. armchair, elbow- 
Qrmflu^f, ) chair. 
5i r uufp a n g e , f. braceletbuchle. 



Sfrmutb, /. povertys want, mito» 
ry, indigence , wretchednesa » C0(* 
tectit? f. Die Firmen, the poor» poor 
people, poor folks. 

Kernte, /. harvest ; bie 2fenite a e?t^ 
harvesttime; roa* gearntet wir^ 

crop. 
Kernten, v.r. a. to reap , to cropt 
to gather the fruits» to ent too 
com. 

9fr obe,/. ein ©eund)t, arrove. 
SC r m [ a t i f c$, adj. = gemürj^aft, 

matic, 

Krön, n. f. Sfrunu 

Slrracf, m. arrack. 

Krreft, m. =söer^aft; Q3efc^la0> 

rest, attachment, seizure, priaonft 

mit Krrefl btltqcn = in Seftytag ne^ 

men, to attach, seize. 

Krrefiant, m. = SJcr^aftete, GeflM» 

gene, prisoner. 

Krr^eflirek, v.r.a. = fcer&aften, te 

^efcf>(ag nehmen, to arrest, attmeh» 

seize. 
%vfd), m. arsoi breech, backsid% 

bum, fundament; über %xfä f taxf* 

versy. 
Krfdjbacf e, /. buttock. 
K r f u) f u §, m. (ein 28afTert?ogtQ, coov 

diriapper, dabchick. "" 

Krfdjlcber, n. afterapron , breech« 

leather. 
$erfcfy(ing$, adv. arsyvertjr» 
2(rfd)lod)/ n. arsehole. 
Krfc^paufer, m. whiparse, wldf* 

per, whi'pster. 
Krfd) lü t f et?, m . bumfodder. 
Krfenal, n . = ^eugi^auö, 9Clifi(avf, 

arsenal, magazine for war. 

Krfenif, m. = aRctaögtft, ^bttON 
raud?/ arsenic; gelber, nauve^ or 
yellow arsenic, orpiment; Wtiitt 
fruflaUintfc^er, white or crystallina 
arsenic; rotier, red arsenic. 

Krfenifalif^, adj. = nietaUgiftig, 

arsenical. 
Krt, /. species, kind; race, narnr% 
property , tempor , complexiont 
wav, form, frame ; e$ gtebt »i#* 

lerüt Sorten fcon frieren, there «to 

many sjvcips of beasts ; SfUtlbtf 

Sterbe ton guter, ober fcf) Center 3(rtf 
race; üortrciffi<f> in fetner ärt, e»- 

r.ellent of its kind ; fein QVQ%et Oe» 

beimuig oefianb in einer gewtffw 
5lrt ^HQen , bis great mystery eon- 
sisted in a crrtiin sort of pillsi 
lie Krt be£ ^eitirort^^ mode; tic 
3(rt eineS Srbreicf)*, 5>oben^, tho 

naturo of a soii ; $rt 5U leben, 
fei) reiben, reben u. f. f., manner ol 
living, writing, jpeaking; tt?a< ift 

bat für eine %vt iKenfcben? what 

sort of people is thar? tpir finb alU 
g6tt(ic^er Krt, we are all of 11s of 
divine origin ; aut ber 2lrt föla» 
gen , to degenerate ; auf Otcfe ivt, 



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Ufw, da- 

.-tuAttincfrif, "pa. 

■ , ».»-.<!. = flnwrifen, i 
ailign. 

BP, n«. b.im 

vtt a,if» t«A»i|t, linfK, kuu. 

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I m = »oUrfl ilM.1UT, all.ei.L. 

3 t Iri/rr rti, /. = BoKt'Iiuflnrrri, 

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tft^emen, atbmen, *. r. «. to 

brcathe; to draw air, breath; to 

fetöli breath. 
2Jtb*Ullof>, adj. breathless. 
21 t \) € m 5 a p f U t n , n. hock , Aap of 

the vziiistle of the tliroat , uvula, 

throatilnp. 
Vt^cniSU^/ ™. breatb, respiration ; 

biö sum testen SU^ernjuge, to the 

la?t gasp. 
Sitten , nom. propr. Athens. 

«tfjenacr, ebener,} 
^ti)entcnfcv, m. > Athenian. 

SU&entfO), ««/;". J # 

gtetbcr, m. = Jjtmmeßluft; flucfctt* 

gei* SBcingeifr, cther. 
a e t (> er t f * , a*y. = fttmutetlbifttg ; 

feinflüc^ttg , etherian. 
fUtfymetl, n. breathing , respiration. 

% t i a n t e n , plur. = ©tnrttriger, at- 

lantes , atlasses. 
8 1 1 Q n 1 1 f <h 1 adj. atlantic ; b(t$ aU 

lanttfcfje ÜReer, the Atlantic. 
SU US, m. ber 93erg, mount Atlas; 

(Sammlung von Canbfarten, atlas, 

collection of maps. &tta6format, 
lar^c Square folio. 

8(tla§, m. feibener Jfeug, satin. 

&t(afbanb, n. satinribbon. 
&t(affctl, <zf/j. satin. 
2ltla§bol5, n. satinwood. 

KtmofpHre,/. = fiuftfret«/ ©unft* 

freit/ atmosphere. 
fletna, m. monnt Aetna. 

Atom, m. = @onnenfräu6c$en, tlr* 
ftotfftäubcben, atoin. 

ättefUt, «. = Seu^ntg; ©c$etn, cer- 
tificate, testimony. 

2( 1 1 1 (f? , m. danewort , dwarfelder. 

StftCl, /. magpie; Scratch. 

8 e $ e n , v.r. a. to feed ; to bah ; Bei 

ben ffupferfrecbern , to etch; ein 
äfccnbe* Wiittcl, a corrosive; fau» 

lc£ g(cifcl) hinweg often, to take 

away dead flesli by corrosives. 
ftegliabef, /. ctchingneedle. 
&ef*pu(VCr, n. corrosive, fretting 

powder. 
& c fc U n g , /. fccding ; bajiing ; etch- 

ing. 

9 U et) f couj. also , too , likewise, 
even; id) ltc6e bat @elb, eher auch 

s bic (£^re, I love monev, but honour 

too; iXei<fet(;uin unb (g'bre, aucf; Skr* 
anitgen, alle© tfr eitel, riches and 

£01101 ir, even pleasurc, all is vain; 

titelt allein, fonbern auch, as -well 
es ; both , and ; er l;at nutt allein 
fein Söennogcn, fonbern aud) feinen 
«jutcu Manien verloren, he lost boih 
nis fomute, and his characier too; 

er bat fo woljl bt<b, alt aueb mich 

etnfjelaben, he has invited you as 
Wll as me ; id) t)abe ii)n nicht als 
lein gefchen, fonbern and) gefpro* 

c£en, 1 liave not onJy seen liini, 
but bpoken to him; QU(fy att ineis 



nem (Sefturtftage fann i$ niefit ohne 

2lr6eit fcpn, even at my birthday 
I love to be oecupied; Wer er OUcp 
fei, wliocver it may be; Wenn tftn 

ber Q3cbiente nur auch angetroffen 

tat, if the servant has but met 

liini ; a6cr bähen @te mid) auc^ noefe 

liehV but do von love me still? 
unb wenn aitrt) fc^on, and altlipncht 
WO ei aud) fei, wheresoever it be; 
and) nod) [0 wenig, never so littUt 
aud) nur Daran au gebenfen, even 

to think of it; fo tviH TO> au$ bie* 
fe^ nid;t fagen , neitber will I say 
so imich; fo hin ic^ audf in btefem 
@tücfe nicht fo eigenfinmg, let mm 

not in tln's ]>articular be thoiiffht 
capricious neither; aud) ifl e^ Ituftft 

fo arg, alt ifjr ei maeöt,' neither 11 

it so bad as you raake it ; id) 6llt 

ber erpe nic^t, werbe aud> ber le^te 

ntc^t fei^n, neither am I the first» 
nor stall I be the' last; ben SeilfeC 
aud^y tbc devil a bit. 

% u c 1 1 10 n , /. = ©ant, ©erfleigerung, 

anction , p>ib!ick sale. 

Sdscttonartut, m,z=@antau<rufer> 

aiictioneer. 

Vubieni, /, = Qe(ör, 9ln^6r, an. 
dience; $(ubien5 ^ahen ; jur «ubien| 
getanen werben, to come to tho 

pTesence. 
5(ub ien $ faal, m. Ipresencechun- 
^(ubtensa immer, n.J ber. 
ft u b 1 1 e u r , m.— Stittfrifittv, Selb« 

ric$ter, stafT justice, reg i mental ja« 

stice, auditor. 
%\Xt t /. green, meadow, patture| 

brook, rivulet, river. 
%uev\) atyn, m. woodeock, wood« 

grouse , capercaile. 

51 u e r t) e n n e, /. heathpout, wildhen. 

%uerod)$, m. buftalo, wild bull, 
nreox, urus. 

&uf, praep. on, in, at, lipon; auf 
beut s -5attme f^en, to sit on tho 
tree; auf bem i'anbe wohnen, to 

live in the coiintry ; auf htm SKati)* 
fyaufe fenn, to be at the townhotuei 
auf ber Unifeerfttat (ehen, to be 



--, ».- — . j.»-_ — _ » _. , __. _._ _ 
the miiversjtv; auf t-r 8rbe Ueqen, 

to h'c on the ground ; auf beut 
dctufyle ft^en, to sit on the chair; 
a\\f bem (Kavier fptelen , to play on 
the harpsichord ; meine Hoffnung 

freist au\ Üjm, my hopes reit lipon 
liim; auf ber Üjidgb fer?n, to bei 
hunting; auf bic'fer ^öelt, in thit 
w-orld; auf beut 5Karft getauft, 

büiigbt in the market; er WUrbe 

auf frifc^er Ä^at ertappt, he wn 

stirpiined in the very act ; auf ba# 
^vUtjbau^ geben, to go to the town* 
housc; »Briefe aufliefe, lettert 
upoii J otters; auf einen hauen, to 

rolie uyon somebody ; fid^ auf t)tC 

SXejfe machen, to set out upon m, 



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1 O! -tilg, to bore np. 

aufbojen, „. „. r . ftin gdjijf öur* 
ipojtn ob.T leere Sonnen, bie mit 
Ävtien ober ©triefen Öaran befeftigi 
ttterörn, aufliditen, ober trtibenb er- 
Balten, wenn c* burrli ettjne IS d; loert 
ju (Srunbe fönte) to bnOy np. 

auf borgen, v. r. a. to bonrow, to 
t»l;e upon credit. 

Aufbot, f. aufgebet. 

S( ii rb raten, i> I. a. to roast i£im 

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bor Aalte, to chap. ebink. 
&ufbred)ung, /.opening, breaking 

Zu t'breiten, v. r. a. to »pread, to 
»trrtch out, to diaplay. 

aufbrennen, v.a.r. J)öl(, to buni 
up. «pend, Miijumt woü J ; ein 3ci< 
Aen, to born vrith, to brand: — 



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i ©ebriud)e,5Koben, . 
— set up a new fatluon; fiofler, 
to^Jre birth to vice«; — eine3Ka= 
terte jum ©efpriHj, to introdnre — 
mr t mbjeet; ein ii' eggen cm menc 8 
©djiff, to bring in; in eine fUrfe 
«$cmüti>6bcrcegung cerfe$en , to »et 
up, provoke, irritait- ; loteber auf» 
bringen, to reeatabliah, reitore, re- 

Äufbrinflrr, ™. cSdjifF, ba* eine 
Vnft modjt) c.ptor. 

cer Süfie, Jjanbe bor 
g. kil.e; f. abreif., 
reaking up; einer %t= 
mer, decartipment, movo. 
autbürben, v. r. a. tu burden, 
Charge willi, impute , lay to one's 



Aalte , 



obarg-.. 

ftufburften 
einen ))lii, 



i. to bruih up ; 
. im $rettfpif[. 



Mu fbäniinem , n 
r u n g, /. dswn, 

-"-■ opening. 



3 u f b ä m 
dawiiing , 



Suf ba tt er n, v. r. n. to keep oneV. 

telf u]i, to walch, stay up , to oo- , 
dura ttaving up, ~£ 

»uibecfen, v. r. «. bat Sifditud), '. 
to *pre.id the tablecloth; bie &MftJ 
ivegnebmen, to uiicover, dotect, dit- . 
cover . bare, open, lay open. 

3l u f b c (f U n g, /. ipteading, oncoTor- ? 
ing etc. '' 

Sufbingen, v. I. *. to bind tot'; 

aufbringen, v. r. a. to pnah ! 

aufbreben, v. r. a. burrb 2>rt$M~ 
befefiiueii, to twiit upon; bat Em 
fammengebrebete öjfnen, touatmiti' 

aufbringen, u. ■'. a. to for« ' ; 



»elf. 



. ©iegri, <$tu .\ 
wamp, print, ' 



n ob» 
3 u f b r i n g ( t dj, adj. imponm 

ai/v. impoitunely- T 

aufbringt! d) f e tt,'/. importunity. : 
aufbringltng, in. importnna W- ? 

low. T - 

aufbruefen, i> . 

fdjaft, to impr 

put che «eat to. 
aufbruefen, v. r. b. to imprint 

upon , mark ; burd) einen !Drudr 6fr . 

nen, to open, break up. i -' 

aufbrutfung, /. impreuion , im. ■ 

aufbr(lO?ung, /. imprin ting, opan- 
ing, bi.aking up. 

äufbuofen, v. a. r. lo »top with 
low, or any thing like it. 

aufbui-en, v. a. r, (ba« eebiff *W. 
fallen iaffen, um vor beut SS ine« - 
ju fegrln; to bear up, to bear *vr*y, 

3 u reifen, i. r. "- to break iba ic* 

fto imiwfi 
äufcntb. alt, m. itav, abode; ra. i 

■idence, retreai ; äufentbalt M 

eienb«, rec-ptacle of miaaiy; $b. 

gerung, delay, impediment, «top, 

auferlegen, y. t. a. to put upon, -. 



Äuferftebune 

ing irom tlie uead. 
Suferioecfen, v,r.tt. to raite fron 

tliu dead, anrake irora the doad, 

ünferirerfung, /.raieitig from i) t « 
dead. avraking l'rouu the dead, rc- 
suicitation. 



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£d0e, to beave, swcll, rise, fer- 
tne-nt; bie Sbitre §'ng auf, the door 
opeiied.; Vom Kejajiuitr, ca break-; 
ton einem Snoien, to unrie, loo- 
«cn; aufblühen, to bud , blovr, 
bloom; leer leerten, to become va- 
cant; Derbrautbt Werten, to bo spent, 

Stufgeitn, w, *. r. (bie ©egtt ntit> 
tri* ber ffleitaue ittfaaimen&iebtiO to 

haul irp in the biails, to Lrnü up, 

Sttfaef (&r1i port. enligkt.ned, ci 

Stufgeib , n. exchange, balairce, 

tinfg eriuin t, adj. wellhumoured, 

BufgtwfV't, «<*;"■ awaked, roused; 
brish, lively, jovial, a-ctive, spright- 

Äufaeioctf't&eit-, /. Üveüiieii , 

spriglulinesi. 
31 U f 9 i c fi e it, 0. i. «. to pour lipon ; 

aufgrabe 
break gro 

j&UJQT t if tn, V. i. □ . 10 sciis, to 
l.iy hold of. 

ttufnrimen, r. ti. to become greeit, 
10 rise with a green »ppcaianec. 

Äufgiiv tt ii, v. r. a. to tuck 11p, to 
gird ii}), about; offnen, to ungird. 

äufqiltt, ib. »ffusion, ininsion. 

an.ftjabcn. v. 1. n. j>t U. f. f., 
to bare oui Den SKuitft, to have 
opeu, ivpened. 

Htfibadtn, v. r. «. brt* 2i«, to cm 
np : bie trtf^pßen, to h ou gh ; tni 
Sßeinberg, to hoe, grub; bie «xoii 
HUurjet eine* abgebauenes 3BaIbbau= 
Mief, to grub; mit Cent Edmatcl, 
to pick; to strike ymh the bill. 

SJufbäfelti, aufboten, v. r. «. 

IO unclasp, unhoo*. 
Sufhalt, m. stop, stand, stoppage, 

(tlijVeilea/ /•'■ '«■ to kocp u ,. ; 
bie ijatiie, ten eterf, to lift, hold 
np; einen, 10 feindet, k™i> hark, 
otf, rrlard, w.ap; 1DQ* einfaucntctll, 
t,> irplioid; Support; flrti bei einer 
löacfre, todw*lJiipi.>ii< einen <£trciii, 
10 stom, siap: eine <?a*r, to de 
I.iv. pur otF. proiracl, pro long, ir- 
t.ird; ficö mit UflnüQcn Sinnen, to 
li.u.d, insist npon triften: jeliiünb 
bei ficb, to lodge. harbour; jicjj ti> 
genb 110 auf eine Jett, t« «*v, 1 . 
■bide, 10 sojoiiii; firb ii&rr citoa* 
aufhalten, hphnifeh tafeln, 10 moc\ 
Ht, 10 timl tdclf uiili ; bie Jßanf-, 
Ben fcut, <£atf, to hold open. 

» u f b a l ( u n g, /. lilti» R - bol.üng 

tlpl nrre»tinpi liimiei ing , Itinde 
Mncei dwelliuß lipon j (tcniming. 



auf 

delayirrg, retardiition etc.; lodging 
etc.; stjyiug etc.; rooeking; bolf ; 

Sfuftangen, v. i. a. to b»iie up; 
to suspend j « Mtfl mir etniae <mf» , 

bangen, he intends to imposc npon 

Ä'Hffci'r««.,. t>. o. r. (* givt tk« ; 
neceseaiy twisting to tlie ropes. 

J31 u ( b a t't e'n, f. f, a. to cut, to bew, 
to bii.iL - 

aufhäufen-, v. r. m. to heap ipi ■ 
©elb, to «ccumulate; ©(treit«v to ■ 
lioard 11p, störe. : 

■Hu fbt fcen, v. i. «. bie 'Jrjänbt, Ju. - 
gen, to lift, hold nnf ben SSdo^ * 
to take np ; erbeben, rühmen, 3, 33. * 
ciel Stufi»cni ton einer tgacbf iltw " 
tfcen , to make .great bmtle for « l - 
matter; Ctloäf ton ber Arte, 'to 
take ■•- gathet — piek ujii inShta ; 
baft nehmen, to arres't, itiie; t(r> 
rtahren , to keep , presei ve ■ .ipiii, 
save, lav 11p; Das bo*' >«> SPS**» 
lange aufneboben, I had it longtima 
in störe for loa; tu <&pt tfl **& ■ 
nen »ufgeljcbeii, tbh l.ouoiir wu 
reserved foryou; anfj uneben flttJftl, 
to give in diargo ; eine -fielaacrun« 
aufbeben, to raise a siege; otfibaf« - 
fen, Sebräucbe, to «bolish^ iltc 
wcfefct, to abrogwei neue, tote- ■ 
peil; einen gefdinebenen (fontrttet, ' 
to diiannul; einen tnünMtcbeti. 10 * 
revoke; «inen «efebl, to t.Äll» 1 
iiie'SfiUfdjmeigen, to break lüencc ' 

Sufbeften, 1-. r. a. to pin at, faste«; 
einem etren* , to impon upon. .' 

3u tbet ter'it, v. r. a. to cleat np; ' 
fr* , to grow clear. 4 

älufbelfen, t>. i.n.'to hely from ; 
the ground, to lielptip, slibrevate, 

Slnfhclltn, v. r. a. to clear np. ,' 
Stufbenfen, v. r. u. to bang, im- ; 



i'lufbe'Mr, m. inciter, abettor. 
Jufbeeuaa, /. instigation. 

äu|t)tften« v. r.e. to faoise, hout, 
hitr.l, p.ill np. 

aufhörten, K- r. u. to take npon 

the back. 

aufhole«, v. a. r. to banl up ; Io 
bring a ship 10 the wind. 

infbi'ler, in. fein SBinbejeua) M 
€lai|i>ne[#, luliard of a itagsail; 
ber (rtuef t fcrieu , porttackle; tri 
SVacf«, p<inIin>Mi be6 9erat)n> 
Irol'J, tütiine 10 haul up the mi- 
rti,Uy,i i ca einem Süllen, re- 
Ufving uAAe on tbe mast of a hulk. 
äufhureyen, v. r. n tolision, te 
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ireiij i'. a. r. ein Steoier, 

i SK«re öeu Jtufi aufwart« 

fegeln, inbeul man (amen), to bau 
up a rivcr plyiiig ro wiudward 
by borüs <w by tacking. 

aufleben, v.r.n. turevive, to re- 
tun, to lifo. 

3 u f I e J e n , v. r. u. to liek up , l.ip 
np. 

aufteilen, v. r. a. to put nn; Kuli), 
to puc un rouee; fic legt auf, suc 

fiin ■; ein $fTa(ter, to applyt bat 
ifthuirt, lo ipread tha tab'eclotb ; 
ben fUfcogen, to lean liia elbow 
vpou; Hiifin tif Öante, tolayband» 
. lipon; fid) felbft eintEafl, to taddle 
one's *«lf withi einem eine 23er< 

tfiirtltung, to Uv one uuder an ob- 
i^atioi i eine Steuer, to impo»e; 
einen CEib, to bind by au oatli ; eine 

(Buße, IO enjoin ■ pen.ince; aufge» 
legt fepn, to l<e in good humour; 
Iticfcl aufgelegt fenn, to be in itl ho- 
moiir, out of Lum nur; ein 3Ju<b, 
toreprim: ein ©djitf (abtafcln itnb 
an jidjeni £afen*ort bringen), to lay 
up; Süter, @cftai»C , to «tore. lay 
up. boaid; Jett auflegen , to grow 

auflehnen, v. r, a. fldj , to lein, 
ie*> Hgjii ; VOR tyferben, to prance; 

Segen jemanb , 10 oppote, reaitt, to 
e r-fm t ny, repuj-nant. 
aufleimen, v. r. a. to glue upou, 

tu iimre. agglutinate. 
äuflefen, i: f. a. to pick up, 
gathrr; COHI Robert« to pick, leasc 

aufliegen, v. i. n. to lie, lean, 
re«t itpon; eine tafl, Die un« auf' 
(legt, a bürden lying upon ul ; jllf), 
lo be fretted by — with keeping 
die bed. 

Auf lorf ern, v. r. «.to break— loo- 
«en — moulder tha ground. 

auflobetn, t>. r. n. to Hub. up, to 

fii'c np , to blaza up. 
auflösbar, adj. diaaolvable, so- 
li.hle , lolvable. 

auflöfcn, p.r. n. eigen«, to looien, 
mittel upen; disiolve ; fiq., to toi 
ve. reiolve, unriddle, expliin. 

B U f l Ö 1 1 i * - adj- diisolvjble.- 

autle «lidjfeit, /. dUiolubilitr. 

aufUfung, /. dIs.ol.uion; »oiu- 
lioii . rrdncti.in, analysis; ba« auf- 
[efung*iniitc(, aolvent, düiolvunt. 

autlöten, v. r. a. to «oder, foldcr 

auTlürfen, v. r. m. to lift up. 
aufmudjtn, v. r. a. to npaiii t# , 
unuc, unfold, tuipack, uiiphui' 



einen £ui aufmalen, to cock • Int; 
flrfl aiifiiiathcti , to prepare, to aiae, : 
tu dtspoic one'* seif; to (et out, 
to ilcp,T-t. ; to get up. 
In fmah len, p. r. a. to <grind all 

aufm alen, t>. r. a. to give ■ com 
lonr, tonewpnint; to waate, conlu- 

Sufiu ar foj iten, v. r. n. = aufgic 

ben, to marcli up. 
auftnauern, v . r. a. to mura up, 

to bnild with brick. 
aufmerf en, v.r. n. toattend, mind, 

heed ; to listen, give ear to, hear 

with attention; anmerfen, tomirk; 

auf jeirfji'.tn, to pen down, put down, 

ufmerf fant, adj. «ttentive, mind- 
ful: — ado. attentively, miudfiilly. 



nett , lieedful- 

nea», application. 

«ufmeffen, v. «. i. to !„«„„«. 
builiel (t.he com), to lay up in itore. 

aufmuntern, v. r. a. einen ©djla* 
fenben, to waka from aleep, ro rouiei 
(n(lig iitüdjen, to enliven ; ju etwat 
r«l«en, to encouraga, iiumate, in- 
itigate, incito, quicken, stir up. 

auf in unterung, /. waking, roua- 
iug, encouragonieiit, inciteinent, 



o npbraid, re- 
. to nail np, 



O proipur, 
o iorward. 



aufmuften,ir. r. 
aufnageln, v. 

a U f ii ä 6 < n , v. r. a. to «ew on ; to 
couiuine, »pand, vraate by sewing. 

aufnähme, /. recepiion ; in einen 
Orben ober bergt., •dmitaion; an 
Äinfi'ä Statt, adoption ; in aufnab« 
me louimeii, to thrive, i 
to gain credit; bringen, t 
to promote. 

aufnehmen, v. i. a. eon ber *i*e, 
tu tako up , pickup; in ber S'lb« 
me(ifun(l, to meature: bie Wpi 
to snrvey tbe cnaitt; 8el&. to bor- 
row, take np i beherberge» i to hir- 
bour, to lodge, to r«C*"«. to id- 
mit; fdjrifttta), to »k* an invrn. 

tory of; anÄinbe«^"". •<» »doptj 
empfangen, to toi«»*, «cept; et* 
loa« rccbl, ütel titnebmen , to ,uko 
well, ill i e« '"t einem aufnehmen, 
to vie with, '" make head ngainst, 
to «and ur (0 ono .> to cope with, 

aufne?-" u "9/./. taking np; bor*. 

rowf'fi, -»dopting etc. 
J[ u f>efteln, v. r. a. IO unlice, undo, 



aufnieten, r 

aufn&tbigen 

ptesa upon, ti 



r. a. to f lT-et od. 

v. r. a. tg foice '— 
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fw, lu encrease, rini up to : — V. 



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uflaviere 11, i>. a. r. ein SNcuier, 
(von Htm ?Keere Den Stuft aufwarte 
fffleln, intern man lauiert) , to *ail 
up a river piyJng to windward 
1>V boida »r by tacking. 

t »revi ve, to re- 



Slu rieben, v. 
tum to Hb. 

SttifUrf ett, v. 

up. 
auflegen, v . 



a. to lick up , liip 

. to pitt on ; Sftutb, 
; fit- legt auf, slie 

apply; büt 



ttifdituif, to spread iho lableclotb . 
bett Ellbogen, to lean hit elbow 
upon; einem tieijÄnbe, to lay banda 
upon; fldj felbfl ein« Eafl, to aaddle 
one'a <«lf witli t einem eine 23er. 
pflicfmitig, to lay anc uuder an ob- 
. ligatioi, ; eine ©teuer, w impoie; 
einen Bio, to bind by an oath; eine 
$ufe, to enjoin « penance; oufge. 
legt fetjn, to l>e in good humour; 
nirfjt aufgelegt ff im, to be in ill ho- 
mour, out of immour; ein 3Jud), 
to repriiii; ein ©djiff (atitafeln unb 
an fiaVrn $afen«ort bringen), to lay 
up; Bitter, @rf)ä)}c , to iton, lay 
up, boatd; gett auflegen, to grow 

fat. top.it on lle.h. 
Auflehnen, v. r. a fiif) , to lonn, 
re»< np-.il i t>on «PferBen, to prance; 

Segen umanb, io appose, iniit, to 
e rrfrittitry i repiijjnant. 
aufleimen, v. r. «. to glu« upon, 

tu pme. agglutinate. 
«uftefen, .... ... to pick up, 

gatbt'r; Cent ißoben, to pick, lease 
up fri'm tlie ground. 
Aufliegen, v. i. n. to lie, tan . 

ratt npon i eine Saft, bie un< auf- 
liegt, a bürden lying upon in; flfl), 
to be fretted by — witü keeping 
tlie bed. 

Kttf(D(fetn, v. r.a.to break— loo- 
■en — moulder tlie ground. 

äuflobern, v. r. n. to Halb, up, to 
Ave np , to blaiia up. 

äuflHbot, adj. diuolvable, »o 
Inhie. »olvable. 

auflofen, v. r. fl.eiqentt. to looien. 
untie; npeii; diiaolve; flg., to lol 
Te , rcsnlve, untiddle, ex piain. 

S u f ( e t l i rf) , adj. diuolvable.- 

SuflcSlictafeit, /. diaaolubility. 

Süufivfung, /. disaolution; sulu 
lion, rrducti.in, analysia; bat %Uf* 

löfungfmiitcl, lolvent, dinotvenl 
Sluflöun, f. r. a, to «oder, toldci 

auTlüpfen» »■ r. m. to lift np. 
%tt fmacberi, v. r. a. to open; ti 
uiiiio, uiifold, nnpack, unpliui 



indfulneii , heedful- 



einen $ut aufutatfcn, to eock • hat; 
fid) iiufniatbcn, io prepare, io ti»e, 
to diäjio'e one's seif; to ict OUt, 
to de ii.i n ; to get up. 

Xufmablen, %. ,. a . to .griud >U 
tbe c.irn, to contuma grinding. 

Sut malen, v. r. a. to give > co- 
loiir, tonevvpaint; to waite, coniii- 

(u f ntarfdj iren, v. r. ». = oufjie» 

btn, to insreli up. 
(ufniauein, v.r. a. to mura np, 

to build witli brick. 
■tut inerten, v.r. n. toattmd, mind, 

heed ; to Inten, give ear to, heu 

witli attenti an; Ontnerfetl, to mark; 

aufteilten, to pen down, put down, 

3 U f.m e r f f Q m, adi. ■( tanti va, mind- 

fuh -adv. attentively, mindtully. 

S u f in i r f f a m f e i t , f. attention, _«. 

neM, application. 
«ufmeffen, v. < 

buibel (tli« com), to lay up in ■ tore. 
aufmuntern, v. r. a. einen ©djla» 

fenben, to vrahe from ileep, to rome ; 

luftig niaa)en, to enliven; ju etwa! 

reijen, toencourage, animate, in- 

atigate , incite , quicken, atir up, 

Aufmunterung, /. wiking, ; 
ing , encouragoment , : — : — — 



aufm tilgen, v. r.n. to npbmid, re- 
Stufnageln, o. I. a. to nail np, 

aufnähen, v. r. a. to lew ou ; to 
conaunie, ipend, waata by aewing. 

aufnähme, /. reeeption ; in einen 
OrDen ober Berg!., admia*ioi>; am 
Äinfe^Statt, »dcption; in «ufnate 
nie fomineu, to thrive, to pro«p*r, 
to gaiu credit ; bringen, to ionrafd, 

aufnehmen, v. <. *. Ben 6er «t«e, 
to tako up , pick up ; in berSelÄ* 
mefjtunfl , to meaante ; bie fuften, 
to »urvey the coaati; (Reib. *• vot- 
roir, take np; beherberge«, to har- 
bour, to lodge, to racive.to ad* 
mit ; fdjriftlitv , to t^ke an inven. 
tory of; an Äinbei ^"tt, to »dope; 
empfangen, to rei^ive, aeeept; eU 
mal wcbl, ütel ..ufnebnten , to ,uk» 
well, ill ; ti *»t etsieni aufnefamen, 
to vie witli. '° niake head ogainat, 
to atand ur t0 one ■ l0 aopo witb, 
to oppoi- toreiiit. 

aufneP- ÄUn 9« /- takmg up; bau . 
rowi'E • a °opting etc. 

31uf *. e |t ein, v.r. a. touiilace, undu, 

aufnieten, v. r. m. to riret on, 
aufnotb, igen, «. r. «.'to fpm — 
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S( U f r Ü cF e «/ v.r. a,to more ot jpush 
upwards; to upbraid, rcproach. 

Stufrucfung, /. moving up; up- 
br.iiding, reproaching. 

Stufruf/ m. call» snmmons. 

Aufrufen, v. i. a. to callup, to 

bid one rise; to rouse. 
ftufrufyr, m % uproar, sedition, in- 

»iirrection , mutiny, iaction, TebeL- 

lion, umiult; erregen , to cause, 

inake, TÄlse, rear; ßllten, to asswa- 

ge, nppease. 
Sfwt rubren, v.r.a. to stir up* mo« 

vo , excito mntiny. ' 

Stufrfl brer, m. exciter, mutineer, 

ringleadcr , rebel. 
V U f r ü f) V i f d) , ad}, mutinous, sedi- 

tious , factious : — adv. mutinous* 

ly, seditiously, factiously. 
% U f V Ü ft e 11 , r. a. r. to raise a scaf- 

fold ; to build. 
SC U f t fit t C t n , v. r. a. to shake up, 
• to ruinmage. 

9uf ^/ co«tr. auf ba«; auf* erfleffiort, 

at the first word; aufä freunbtitö* 
ße, in the kindest mannrr; ottef 
xft auf* 6c|lc, all is for the best, 
^tuffa^en, v. r. a. to say v recire 

a lesson ; einem bett .fattf u. f. i»., 

to nnsay, retract, reclaim , recall; 
fcie Jrcunbfdjaft, to renounce; fcOÜt 
©eflnbe, to give warning. 

Äuffäcjen, v. a. r. to s^w up, to 

saw open. 

9u ffammetn, u. r. *. to gather, 
collect, pick up, heap up, 

$f U f f & ff t g , $ul!/. refractory , Tevolt- 
ing , hostile , ininiical , adverse. 

SCttffattcCtt, v. r. a. to saddlc. 

Äuffaft, »r.'set; tfopfpufc be$ $rau* 

enjimmer^, headdress, topknot, pii\- 
ner; ©petfetl/ roess, course of 
meai; @ri}rtft, campoaition, trcaii- 
ae, tract, esaay; Der erfk $tuffafc £ 
design , plan , projeet , scheine. 

guff&ubern, r. «. r. to clean. 

2(uffaugcn, v, c. i. to suck np, to 

make soro by sucking. 
ftuffäugen, v. r. «r. to suckle up, 

to bring up by suckling, 19. niirse. 
Stuffcfyafccn, v. a. r. to open by 

Tübbing, or scraping; to scrape 

apiin. 
8 u f f d; a n 5 e n , v . a.r. to trench up, 

to rhrow np. 
$Juf fc^arfe«/ v. a. r. to cut open ; 

to sharpen. 
21 u tfrf) arreU/ 1». r. a. to scrape up. 
Stuf flauen, 7». r. n. to Iook up, 

upward , to lift up ono's eyes. 
Suff4&umen ; v. n. r. to scum, 

froth up., to rise foaming. 

SCufffBecrcn, v. a. i. ticZaue, to 

coil np. 
2( u f f d) e u d) e n, v. r. a. to acire avray, 

up; to rousc, 



5Tuf 

2(uffd>euern, r, r. «. to teonr; 
wunb fdjeuem, to fret with scour- 

%uf\ib\ <f)ten, v. r. '«. to pile up. 
Stufftfeicben, v. 1. «. to adjourn 9 
defer, delay, put off, prolong ft 

§rovognc, respite ; cUvüi t>on einem 
;age 511m anbern, to proerastinate; 

ein genfler auffcfcie&en,. to lift th« 

sash. 

3(uf fliegen, v. ». n. to shoot up, 

to grow fast, to spring; f$tttQ 
auf warfen, to start up; fd;nell auff. 
fabreir, to rise up: — v. 1. a. to 
shoot open; ein Sou, to coil. 

& u f f eft l a 3 , m. ' tumiip ; an einem 

Slcrmel/ facing of a sleeve; an tu 

nem i)ut, cockingup; einer ©aare r 

rise, enhancement; Auflage/ new 
irnpost, additional duty. 

%uf\^laqen, v. i. a. ein ®e*e(t n. ' 
f. f. , to set up ; gelte / to camp f 
pitch tents; ein Sa^er f to encamn» 

pitch a camp; bie tfugen, to litt 

up ono's eyes; offnen, to open; ft# 

wen Äragen u. bergt., to Mim uj>? 
Reiter anfragen, to strike fire; ein 
©e(act)tev , to fall a laughing , se( 
up a laugh; bem Q3ferbe bie i)ttfeu 

fen, to slioe the horse; %$WCt U. 
f, f. ; to beat, break open; TRuftt, 
to crack; ein f&\\<b , to turn over; 

f!cB ben tfapf, bie ^anb u. (. to. 
auffdjlagen , to bnüse , hurt with 
falling ; ein $att A to unlay : — * v. i\ 
n. OUfW nappen, to spring up ; tost 
bem greife ber paaren, to rise, 

gr->\v de arer. 
Muffet) Ci^ten, v. a. r. to lay up 

smoothjy. or^even. 
^uffd^Uefiet\/ v. i. a. to unlock, 

o^en, set open; erfl&ren c to im- 

fold, disclose, solve; — v. n. to 

blow, open. 

5iuf|cf)lingcn, v. i. a. auff^(uAn # 

to swallow up. 

äuffeftliften, v. r. «. Ö^ren f 9lafe # 
to slit; ben tyauxf), to rip up; eine 
@(^rei6feber, to spüt^ einen fftft/ 

to dTaw. 

5(uffd)(ürfen, v. r. a. to slp up. 

Stil ff 4 tu fi, m. disclosure; solutioo4 
explication , unfolding , Üght, •«• 
planarion. 

&uffcf)mei§en , v. r. ä.,^ throw 
upon; burc^ ©c^meigen offnen/ to 

Hing, strike open. 

3(uffa)me(sen, ^uff^mtfaen, 

v. ». to be openfd by melting; to 
melt up : — v. *»• to melt up, to 
cast, di« lve. 

5tuff(f;mieb'*n/ v - : «• r - to Maaten 
lipon by iMmniering or forging, 

& u f f n) m i* r e n , v. r. w. to smeaxy 
spread upon; einem etwas auf« 
fcfjmirfen, to cbeat one into a bar- 

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to tnke hor«c. 

' gufforrcn, v. a. r. bie Jp&ngmat* 
ten an i&rem geborigen Orte sufam* 
menfcr)nu»en, bcß fie ntcr)t im Söege 

-pul), to lasli np tlie hammocls in 

©Her to make a clear passago bet- 

wcen decks. 
&tt tfpä t)en, v. r. a. to spyout. 
011 ffpa (teil/ ?'. r. a. tosplit, cleave, 

rive ; fld> auffpaften, to cbink, chap, 

gape, burst. split. 

Äuffpan n^en, v. r. a. ein <?eiC, to 

strH» o ; tSaitcn, Xudi , to Mrain ; 
ein ©ejeft, to pitch up a tent; £e* 
gel/ to howe, hoist; einen 33oqen, 
to bend; ben ipar)n an einer glimc, 

-. to cock. 
tfuffparen, v. r. a, to keep in 

«tore , to save , to lay up , to re- 

serve, to spare/ 
H U f f p e i f e n , ?;. r. «. to eat up, 

coiKiime, to spend. 

|f uffperren, v. r. a. £6üre, Jen« 
frer, to open, wide; ben SKatnen, to 
gjpe , yawn ; mit bem S)tetrt4j , to 

pick a lock, to open with rhe pick- 
lock ; mit bem J?auptfd)luffel, to 
op«n wiili the masterkey. 
3{uffptelcn, v. r. /». to strike up, 

P»ay on; wem ba$ @tucf auffpieft, 
bcr'bat gut tanjen, he dancei well, 
to whom Fortune pipes. 

guffpieften, v. r. a. to spit, to 

pierce tbrough; to impale. 
SCuffp innen, v. i. a. to spin up. 
Äurfpr engen, v. r. «. ein ©duog, 

eine £r)ure , to break up, to burst 
open ; eine tffliwe, to spring, to blow 
up ; SBifb, to start. 
Vit ffnr iefien, v. i. a. to sprout, 

to sbool up. 

K u f f p r i n g e n , ?>. r. n. to spring 

up, ri«e, leap; ein 55 all, tobounce; 

alt tfaftanien, to crack; alt 5Cein 

im @fafe, to sparklc, cast sparks; 

tor JCaffe, ro cliap. 
Stur fpro ffen, t>. r. ». to sprout, 

shoot , germinate , spring up , to 

bud. 
fcuffproßling, ro. sprout, burgeon, 

\v)uii^ bud. 
ft u f f P r tt b e I n , v. ». to gush , to 

sp'uir out, to bubble up. 
u HPUf en, i\ r. a. to wind lipon 

tu* sp >oU to spool up. 
#U)"fpÜlen, v. r. a. to wash, 

CiV.inse. 
ÄtMfrunben, v. r. a. to unfcung. 
8 't ff puren, ''• r. a. to investignte. 

SC u f fr a m nten, r. a. r. to Ican up, 

.»n, lo prop upon. 
J( :t ; fr fl !!t p f e n , v. a. r. to stamp ; 
x.o fasttMi by stamping ; to finish 
$' imp»ng. 
• % u f fr a n f m. stirring ; rising 9 in- 
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>2( u f fr a p e f n, v. r. a. to pile ap, t« 

bcip up, fo raise. 

^uffraubem, i;. r. a. to rouse, to 

Start. 

% u f fredj en /# v. i. a. to open bv * 
pun.;ture; eine '«Olafe, ein<$effr*tijiir, 

to pick, pieice. cut a bil-, hüster; 

ton @d)iffen, ftä einen 9i'«fen c^uf* 
freien t trenn 33orber* VL-'b 3pin;er# 
tbeil tiefer im Gaffer derben, aU bai 
O.Xittet unt) ber Äie( fol^ltd) eine 
Krümmung befommt, to becoma 
brokenbacked , or cambered ; 5 »et 
Saue, to beud, or tie two ropes to- 

gether ; j)a(fen unb @d;oten , to 

pive i>p tacks and sheets ; btiftt 
beim 5ßmbc, to baul the wind , to 
ply or tum to windward. 

Sluffrecfen, v r. a. to stick, set, 
put, pin, tuck un; mit Nabeln, to 
pin up; ein £ür)t, to pur upon; 
eine Staate, to hoist; mit aufgc* 
(reeftem ^ajünet, wiüi fixed bayo- 
net. 

S( U f (1 e r) e n, v. i . n. to stand open ; Pott 

ber ^rbeit, l^om £if(t)e, t>om ]8ette, 

to rise, get up, stand ujt; frutj, to 
rise early; ber frü^ aufjtcljt, «arly 
riser; genefen , to recover; toibtt 
jemanb; to rise against, to raiso 
head against; toon ^(^ijfen, CO 
right. 

3(Uffletfen, v. r. a. to stiffen; CU 
nen >)ut, to cock a hat. 

2(uf(leigen, v. L n. auf ba< ^Pferb» 
ben ®agen, to mouut, asceud ; eint 
l'etter, to ciirab — mount a ladder^ 
auf' unb abfreigen, to step up and 
down; tpie ©peife im SSkaqen, to 

fume, rise; mit €fel, ' to wamble; 
bat 2tuffkigen ber SKutter, morher- 

fit, Insierical uassion ; Pon X)Ult» 

flen, Motten, im greife, to rise; 
entfielen , ro rise ; bie auffteigenbc 

Sinie, ascending line; auffteigenbc 
©cbanfen, suggestions. 
^ufflelCen, v. r. a. to put op; 
3Daaren 511m 55erfaufe, to displaj» 
expose; ßeuQetl , to produeo wit- 
nesses ; ein ^Öeifptcl , to exhibit an 
exainple; Mürber, eine Jade, ro set 
up; ben $36getn (Balingen, Ke^e, 

to sprtfad nets, lay snares; @((tOte« 
rigfeiten, to start difnculties, 
^uffrobern, r. r. a. to rouse , to 
starr ; to discover. 

% u f fr 6 r e n , »». r. a. to stir up , to 

startle, to disturb. 
9 u f fr o § e n , v. i. a. to push, thnst» 
bonnce open; bie XtyilVC , bat Jett« 
frer, to (Img open, push open ; bt€ 
Äout, to hurt, to gall, to iret; bett 
(Staub, to itamp up : — i>, i. ». I?0II 
©petfen, to ris<* up; mit Atel/ to 

wamble ; auf ettVttf pofien, tu rueet 
wsth, Üglit on, fall in with; {%* 
nem, to com« in oWs way. 



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lipo«, niond, «mploy. 

■ ujwevfcu, n- i. a. to throw iip ; 
bic -Iturfen, to ilirow np tlie card«; 
ein Jiiiiüicr, io fiiug opc« ; ©cbamii 
(pfafeit, L<. lit« in icnm , b.ibbies; 
einen Ztnm, SBall u. f. f., to an 
_ run - .-»so - st-r np; bie Sip- 
pen , to pout; auf gwwne -Sippen, 
»intiiig ups; s»n' fii'r.ige, ünfub. 
rer, to s--i np :ir; firb Mit«- je= 
manb, to lisf np aj-ains;; tue 2Uiir= 
fei, to iliufj t!>e .lico; einen $ieei> 
fei, n «in a dnubt. 

Jtuf wirfein, f, r. a. to «nrwitr, 
enC.ld, enrwino, w'.nd tip; flu* 
«inanber, to nnfvld, untwut, uu- 
twin-.', unlwiddle, uuwrap, un 
wind . unswath. 

aufwiegeln, 



aufrotVgefung, /. 
«(gatton. 

autioität«, v. .. 



mg up, : 



v. i. o. to balinca, 

.. ootwaigh. 
Ällfwtejjler, m. murine», nng- 

■eader, autlior of a lecliimn. 

(ufw-inben, d.i.«. to wind »pi 
to lioiao np; ben änfer, to weigh 
«nciior; ein «tf>iff , to ground. 

äufminö ein, u. a. r. to unswath 



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ritli wasving; auflofen, to Un- 
woavB, unravel, imwiap. 
Hufwiflftc"; v. T. a. to wipo off, 



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aufwütlen, v. a. r. 

toat up, dig up. 
«llfWurf, m. cait, ■ 

aufjnfclen, v.r.*. u 

bei, enumerata. 
aur'jäblung,/. «nun 
aufjaui»«"' i>.r.o. t 

die bridle on. 
attfjehten^». r. m. 

aufaeidjnen, v.r.a. to noie, booV 
— writn — pen down; gertajtlieb, 
to take an iuventoty of. 

aufteilen, v.r. a. to »liow fonli, 

aufiteben, "• f- «• «'« ©Alo6, to 
unlock; ein ©ewebr, to cocK; @ai. 
. wind up, string; gelinbe 



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hoiae,' life up, to weigh; Segel, 
to hoi*t; eine Übt, to wind up; 

ben ajorhiinfl , to draw ibo surtain ; 
9J)et), n> raise; Äinbcr, to bring 
tip ; einen mit ttnaS, to bafflo, fop, 
ieet, banter, i'nbblo, to jöke npon: 
- v. i. n. u. r. to im i uon (geW 
ten, to draw up ; auf bie SUarije, to 

tttouiit tli e giiürd , go lipon tho 
guard; «aber geben, to appenr. 
aufiUfl, tn. unlocking; cocking; 
winding np ; atvinstug i @taat, 
equipage, ihow, train, attirn. ap- 
pearance, peimp, natu; bet ©Ol» 
boten, drawingup, ntouiiting; ti* 
r.cl btainoti frten ©tiicf«, ici. 
% ii TJ «ob rürf e, /. ^Itawbiidge, 
Jfufjwingen, v, r. *. w force 

JB U r i W t rt 5 e n , u. i. a. to obtnido, 

pioi« upoi<; force npon; bie 'Beea* 
börjer Ponte unb btnten ipeiter tu 
%i* $>«bc treiben, alt in ber aSitte 
b« "liijifi'g, batnit fle @prina b«» 
femnien, to wring up. 

•Sugapfei, „,, BV Sb»[l. 

äuge, » «yo; w, äugen betreffet«, 

ocnlar; ppr SUifn befow face«; 

por ineinen äugen, j n mv viewi 
einen mit äugen fe^en, , , et evei 
npon oncj toinm mir- itMit vtitbtt 
per bie äugen, iet me not is-your 
faca again ; mit Dctbimt eiien äuy n , 
hoodwinkad; auf ben äugen Bet- 
lieren, to lo>« tigbt of; aui ben 
äugen laffen, to iuft«r oim of one'a 
■iglit; einem mit bin äugen »in* 
fen , io tip onc tha vriuk ; 5Safibe, 

»i-sii : tum pfropfen, impi auf 

ffiJiltfeln, point. 
äeugttn, v. r. a. inOCUEtreu, to in- 

ociiute, gr-ift; liebäugeln, to oglo. 

äugen tt\t, m. orulitt. 

äugenbltrf, nt- twinkling, wo- 
ment. instant: $anblun$ Ott &Ui- 
aenblirff, momsntary .icliou. 

äugenbfirflicb, adj. niomentarjv 

instantancoiu ; — adv. ia»Uint»ne- 

ou«ly. 
ä ugen b( irf(, adv. imuntly. 
äugenbogen, m. iria. 
Augenbraue, f. eyebrow ; WOi $*• 

«erragenbe augenbrauen bat, beetU- 

browed. 
äugeubutter, /. gum of tljo ey«t, 
% u a c 11 b v e II ( r , in. flatterer, pick- 

thnnk , bv ei rrv ,111t. 

jlugenbienft, m. eyeterric«, hy» 

poeriay. 
augenent B ünbung, /. opntbal- 

my. 
äugenfetf, n, film, albugo, ca- 

äugenfterf, ». apeck. paatl, vreb. 
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to end building. 

Stufbebingen, u 



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Stuf beijei 

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a«*6effern, w. r. a. to mrail , W- 

pnir. roßt; auf eine un^efdjitfte 2lrt, 
lü pirtt!; , botcli. 
«llS&efferinig//- monding, repa- 



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%Ut beten, l>. r. ff. to cnd praycrs, 

finisti prayers. 
Su« 1 » tagen, b. r. o. f. aufbiegen. 
9t uf be U te, /. »bäte, giiin, booty, 

Sueben teln, t». r. a. to drain, to 

llcece , to demoliab, to mip. 
SluSbiegen, v./.m. to bend, bow; 

of die w>yt to evit.itc; . 3f"""lfcS 
fragen, to eludo one's enqniries. 
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überbieten , 
Bieten, to ceaie d 
«it<bilbcn, V.r.a. 

perfirt , improve. 

SfitcbilSung,/. improvcmeiit. 

8 U e 6 i n t e n , u. «. i. to untie , «ti- 
bi ii d , i Bleut. 
^uSbitten, r. i. a. to beg for, aik 
fur; barf id) mir 3 tiren 9iomen auf' 
6itWn ? roay I bcg (cravc) tlie fa- 
voiir of your iianie i 

«uibtaftn, v. i. «. to blowom; 
to s,.»nd aboiit, 10 bUzc abroad; 
to kill; to p-iülish bj- a llouriih. 

9u#bleiben f i>. i. n. to «tay out; 
Mnenetn 



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bat fctcib bleibt i 



Seit, to ort 
&*r Sfjafjlm 



onappearance, 

u 5b (ei eben, v. r. a. to bleach 

out ; to finiab bk-achin« : — v. i. n. 

to lott- irt whiteiie.s., to become 

pale. 

u*b lüften, .■. r. ». ton «lütoen, 

to sli-d ' — loic bloom, bl.'ssom; 
von QiIutueH, to fade, de-cay. 
tief) (Uten, r. r, u. to bloed ; to 
cea.e bl"-rfin K . 

'leftpbrdt, v.r.a. to bore out. 
<i borgen, v.r.a. to lend raoney. 



«ufibiotett, n. i 
jtir ©eiifige, to 



%uib 
to Cl 

3tuob 



st, wagte by Die ; to liae HO 
üuen, v.r.a. to brew well; 
au fen, i 



<. r. n. tum SBinbt, 
__g; »ein 3Ke«e, to 

ce.iie roa:ing; UDtl ^ier unb SRcft, 
to be pissed fermentiiig ; von SMclt* 
frfien titiö übleren, to have don« 



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9tu£br< 

to disdiarge; trbreefien, t<> Tomit: 

— ii. i. n. to br*ak ont; »on Seuer, 
ti> Mir.« out; in Seuer unb Kauo 
ausbrechen, to break ont in ftre and 
«iiijke; tn Sbränen aufbreeben , to 
borst nuo tean: irr ein @tlStbtrr. 
to bunt ont IntoUiiehm-i in Cttta 
(tiefen, to break fonii in taputret; 
juBbvtctjen [äffen , to gira * loota 
tn; laut werben, to com« out, to 
t-he vent. 
S(uä breiten, v.r.«. to ■pread, 
stvetch , extend ; ein @el)eiinni§ , to 
divul^e, publisli; fortpflanjen , to 

Sropngate, evteiid. miiltiply; Bfc 
vme, to liold ont; Bon einer 
oTrantbeit, to tpread. 
S ii e b x t i t u n g, /. apteading, extentU 



v. i. a. einen %ttdm, 

.Ultge, to breod; f>(a 
fanlit niflrfjen, to publiili, «preids 
eine ©c)unt>bctt, to bring out, tö 
tonst-, einen 'Sefebl, to obtein; Site 



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ciiarge; ter Bfattrrn, entpuon;- 
feinen Sbröncn ätuSbru* [äffen, to 



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.. , j". r. a. to brood, hateh; 

jttantbeiten, to breed; ttmoi 9m 
fcf, to batch. 
% u i b r ü t u n g , /. brooding , batcli» 

ing; bretding. 
äu übiigcln, v.a.r. to get out, to 
smootli by iiuning; to finisli irou. 

S u «Tb u n 6 , m. f. 3(u*wa6(, choiee; 
tat iBotjüglid'ilf, pnragon, patiern, 

mndel, wonder; VOn einem födjelUt, 
arrant kn.ive, arebri'gue. 
a u $ b ii ti i> i 3, oi'j- exnuiiite, rJioi'ee, 
perieet , aingular, rare, admirable«. 
inroinparable: — adv. exquiaitcly, 

% u * 1 1 ii r g t n, v.r.a. to bail «na out 
of priion. 





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attfre-ttigen, ». r. a. tu juii«; ei- 
nen SBtdjjet, to raake our a bill »f 
excliaiigc; beeilen, 6 en> er f fälligen, 

to expöJito, Jispaccli, speul , es«- 
ciuo; einen 35efe&l, to etpedita au 

a uff ei tigung, j. dispatch, eape- 

9lit 6f i (.; r n, i>. r. o. to border vrith 
feit, L.. Muff wiili liain to check, 
cliiile , reprove , rebuke. 



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giifflitfen, v.r. 

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ausfliegen, ... /. n. to fly 

iake wiii'-; ro leava hörne, 
au« fließen, *. f. ». to fl« 

to diacharge iiself , to be poured 



utf fluefit, /. evasion, eacape, 
cotour, subierfuge , raftiga , 
backdoor, (Etttfe nmng vom J 



erfte *u(fluc&t, fir« trip, 
«uff (U0/ ™. Hyingout, night, 
aufflul), m. outgate, mouiii ; paa- 

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8uf forfrljen, e. r. a. to enouire, 
(o find Out by search; etwa«, to 
seek. «e.irc'i, spv ; einen aufforfaVn, 
fein ©ebeimniB *u rrforfajen fudjen, 
to pump 011 e ai, to liook out ot. 

»uiforfojung, /.«nquirine: »eek- 
ing eic. ; pumping — hooking out 
ot. 



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r, 01'/. praeticable. 
rle i t, /. ptaciitabilitv. 
v. r. a. to export, car- 
ry oh; Hon arjcneicn, 10 ovacuau-. 



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nuffiibren&e SRitfel, «n. : 
ocilftänbig tetreifen, tt> 
evidonuci einen anfcrjiag, to ' 
11 , pumie , j nuecuve ; ein(f) ' ; 
—\ «eeompljjh — fuiiili — \ 
'■ building. *. 

lieft, atlj.hige, extensive, 
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au«>iibrung, /. expomtion, an. -i 

Elution, accompliihment , execn- ' 

tioriL in auffü^rung bringen, to. 1 

carry into execurion. V 

Auffüllen, t>. r. fl . to £11 up, out, ■» 

to Start; 3emanbSe«Ue, to supply : 

au3fai(e.i' # n, «ujfittlunB, f.- 
flllin^ 11p, making fnll ; 10'al ]U» r 
auffüllen bient, expleuve. :i 

au^funbiq, f. ausfinben. «s 

auffuttern, v, r.«,tln SUtib u.f.f« ■» 
to für. line. 

auffüttern, !•- r. a. to foddn up, * 
feed , fat;en ; to iine, 5 

«u^fulterung, /. her ©tücfpfow :■ 
ten, haltpurM ; teiöangfpiüfl, fBittß «1 
fpillfi, wlielpi. „ 

a 11 « g a 6 e, /. girine out ; eine« fBt> .1 
Ati, ediiion; be6 Selbe?, iisue of > 
moncy.expence, diibursemeni; Öfc *t 
fent[ia>e auejaten, pitblick expn. ,, 

Hueaäbren, ». ;. n . genug gi^roi, a 
to farmentiufficiBntly; et bat auf« ,| 
ge(tob«n, u hat done fermentinjr. E 

auigang, m. going out. exit;?. v. 
bai Snbe, end, event, falline ottt, . 
lssue ; auf bem Beben, ejtit , aepar- ■ 
caru; ber Ort, tcoburdi man auf« >. 
gebt, outlet, iunr. 

aufgaten, v. r. a. to weed, roat Ü 
up. * 

3u #g ebä bren, v. !. a . to iMuw, - ; 
bring fortli, give birtb. to. 

ausgeben, v. i. a . to pivo out, to ü 
i»ti«, to (tiftribute; ein QJueb, to L 
pnblishj ©elb, to »pi-ud, to br 
outi er mtifi etwa« bafür aufgetrn, '• 
he mint pa r »'""< , p«« forit; ^ 
eine Xodjt«, 10 g.v* .wtyi Ü '. 
für etwaf, to pretend to bot er bat :i 
[la) aufgegeixu, l.cis o.,iof podwt: * 
— v. 1. n. envetiii fepn, to yi«U. '- 

auägeber, m. Jimibutor; Jbauf* - 
Verl» alter, ^tewird. :■ 

8uegeb*rin, /. housekeeper, ca. :; 

ausgebreitet, adj. exten.i'ro. 

auegeburt, /. offspring, i» UB> , 
progenv, produetion. 

»"«geben, v. i. n. tö rö out. . 

abroad; ein* unb aufgeben, to eo • 
in .ind out; vom 6. ©eift, to pro- 

cead; einen Örfe&t ausgeben (at?tn, - 

10 issiie, set forth; ba^ ©tfeß gebt i. 

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8u ifyoltv, m.(Zau f bte ftlufctr unb i 
©tagfeacl ausuferen) . bei £lüüer$, I 
tack of the jib'; _ be$ JUilfcCVbaiun*, 
toprope of tue jibböom ; bei i'abe* 
6a HUI 6, girtiinc;'ber $Uillfce, sprit- 
sail haliards; ber '(gcbfebbltlibf, 
bow sprit topsail Iialiards ; tc6 »top- 
reep^/ girtUne \>f the staytackles. 



Bu« 



Xu£f}OV(ben, r. V. a. t(» hearken 
to, to listen to, to spy by iisten- 

StU^^orc^Cr, m. hearkener, liste- 

ner. 
ftulfyoren, r. r. 7/. to hear to the 

end. 
91 U i b Ü l f C n ; v.r. a. to unhusk , de- 

corticfuc.peel, shell. 
S(u$bun(jcm, r. r. «. to famiV.i, 

starre; ausgehungert/ hungerstar- 

ved. • 
HuifyVLUltn, r. r. a. to rebuhe, 

abuse , reprimand, chide, scold, 

8ii üb at. 
f&U$t)\lven , r. a. r. to wastc by 

wliOiing, to whore away ; to ceaso 

wlioriiijj. 
ÄU$fyufrert, v. r. a. to bring up 

by coughingf — t>. r. n. lo cease 

10 cough, to cease conghing. 

9f U i j G g C tt, z . r. a. ro drive — rast 
— cliase — throw out r»*; er bat 
aufgejagt, he haj Jone hunting. 

3(ui jaten, t;. r. o. ro woed, grub, 

TOOt "out. 
&u6J0<ben, 7'. r. a. to unyoke. 
Sfiläfalbeil, i». rc. r. ro ccasc calv- 

ing , to ha vc doue calviug. 

¥u6t&Uimc tl, v. r. a. to comb out. 
Vluätämpfen, v. u. to cease wrest- 

ftu^f av6 atfe^cn, ?». r. </. to whip 

tonndly, to scourge, shrub , be.it. 

0u6faiten, r. <j. ?-. to cluirip up, 
to chavv, cliew; (:r\ fctv Wfllltll, 
baf 2Berg aiu> den 9?ä$tcit weitben 
machen fcurrfo heftige Scwcgu;.g) to 

un^eam the oäkuiu. 
Huitanfen, v. r. a. to buy out; ro 

anti.cipate in buiing; to eruph-v' 

-well. 
9(U0fe!?(cn, r. r. a. to Channel, 

flute, c.'umfer. 

Kuffcbrcn, v. r. a. ein Simmcr u. 

f. f., to sweep, clear; SplU, &(ei£er, 
to brush. 

gutfebrig , frutfebrirtt , ». 

swoepincs , filth. 
9fu€f e i l?n, v. a. r. 10 pro viele witb 

wedgofi. 
5|U^f Cime tl 7 v. r. n. to genuinste, 

shoot, shoot forth , out, to hud. 
fH'JiitcltCVn, v. r. a. to press gra- 

p«3. 

Sluäf erben, *•. «. r. io uoteh, u» 

in den r. 
% a e f f r tl C n / r. ; . a* to sheÜ , to 



take the kerncl ont of thd tbell; 

. ft$. , to enucleate. 

1H u 6 f e r n u n g / /. enucleation. 

ftuSfeffefh, i'- a. r. to give the 

iorm of a kettle : — v. tu to form 
y a kcttlelike cavity. 
% U ö f C £ e' t n , v. a. r. to mike cleftf 

or chinks, in Order to apply coins 
. or wedges. 
% U fr t X e fc n / r . r. a. to choose, eiect 9 
.... pick out. 
iuöftaftevn, r. a. r. to fathom, 

to measure (a trec). 
21 U 6 1 1 ö <3 e n / r. r. «r. to pursue at 

law for ; nid)t me^r flogen, to have 

dohe coinplaiuiug. 
3(U<ttaren, i>. r. a> to clear up, to 
clear, to clarify. 

& u 6 f ( a t f d> e n, v. r. a. to expiede; 

au^plaubern, to'blab out, to blau 

abroad, to chatter; io cease chat- 

tftring. - 
5tueflau6cn, i». r. a. to pick out; 

crfinn^M, toconiiiv«, to luvcnc 
2(U tf (flu bfd, ii. pickings. 

21 u $ t: ( e t 6 c n ; m «. r. to cover Vitk 

paste , io pastu out, to line, to 

paper. 
21 U $ 1 1 C i fc e II / r. r. a. to unclotfae, 

undrc88, to pull — put oft' cloihei. 
2( It $ f le t ft C V II , ?'. a r. to paste out. 
?( U 6 f l ill C ( 11 , r. a. r. to 'publish, 

or make publick by vinging a bell, 
. by linkling. 
21 n Klopfen, v. r. c. to beat out» 

knock out. 
täuetlügcln, r. r. «. to 'examhie, 

Cxcogita:e, scan, rumiuate, devise, 
. inv^ut, defcect. 
2(U<f\ieten, v.r. a. toknead. 
Slu^f o«ten, v. r. a. to b9Ü, aeetb; 

to boil suüiciontly; JU Viel/ to boil 

away. 

21 u s f 6 f e n> v. r. «. to keck, hawk, 
spit out, voitiit forth. 

21 u ö f m m C IV v. i. n. to eozne ont ; 
to ^ct out; to be »Pread abroad, 
or divulged ; to break out ; to ha- 
ve cnou«h ; to have a competency ; 
to subsisc lipon ; to sueeeed satis- 
factoriJv; ro live peaccably» to 
a!_:i-(?e ; t»om ^«-dcrincb/ to be hatched ; 
mau tami bter urct»er % tM$*nod) c^ 
tümmen, lierc is ncither coming 
ont ror getiing in ; &U$ bcm $}&U\C 
tomiucn, to step out, go abroad; 
bttunut iverben, to be out, conia 
u«it, be ditcovered; Vom Jcuer, to 
conh: ot;', break Ollt; genug (AbCH/ 
to lcäch, suUist; C§ t;t mit H)\n 

md)t aue$ufommcn/ therc >i no deaU 

. in": wiih liim. 

Ä u f» t o \U m e n , «. ^etting out ; cor.i- 
^■cteiicy; snbsistenc' ; p^aceable in- 

iMT.oui sc, i'cin uöt^iiimcn baten, 

to h.i\o \v'iciuv\ ir:i.ill io iive; frirt 

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Sullegen, r. r. a. feine tBfdren, 

to lay out, disnlay ; @elb f to ad- 
vance,,disburse; tOtt einem ©Aiff*, 
to put, lay out; ettval mit © olb, 

©tl6er / Sbilfrcinen u. f. f, auMcäen, 

to inlay; aufgelegte Arbeit, inlay, 

inlaying; eine @ä)rtft, einen ©a£, 

to explain, interpret, expound, ex- 
plicare, construe; gut auflegen, to 
put a favoiirable construction on. 
2lu6leger, m. explainer, Interpret- 
er , expliöator, construer, expound- 

er; ber Sefa^n auf ®4>mad*fc$if# 

fen, small boom to extend the bot- 
toui of .1 kind of ringtail in smftks. 

Stillegung,/, laying out, display- 
ing; advancing, disbursing; inlay- 
ing; explanation, Interpretation, 
exposition , construction. 

$U6let?ren, v. r. a. to teach sufli- 

ciently; &e muffen tyn aa$(efyren, 

yoa must finish liim. 
8uä leiben, v. tt. to suffer to the 

end; to cease suffering. 
S( U £ l e i $ e n , v. i. a. to lend out, to 

put out. 
ftuälenfen» v. t. n. to strikt into 

another path ; f. au{n>ei($rri. 
31 UÖ lernen, v. r. n. to finish learn« 

ing; to conclude apprenticeship; 

to obtuin experience ; auf etlOdS 

ausgelernt fyaoen, ,to be well expe- 

rienced , well learned, uccomplisk- 

ed; einen Stenfcfyen auslernen, to 

know n person thorougbly; ein 

aulgelernter ®rt)alf, a. kuowing 

one, an arrant knave» 
Sluilefe, /. selection. 
VlUllefcn, v. i. ct. to call, clioote, 

elect» select, pick out, niake choiee 

of ; ein $UC$, to penne, read over, 

go throngh witb. 

21 u € l e f" u n g , /. culling , cLoosing 
etc. ; periuing. 

ftutleuen, v. a. r. (@turaguter, 
tute ©teinro&len, <£al$, Äorn :c. auf 
eine geiviffe Slrt aullaben)/ to im- 

load by means of a boom aud 

tackle. 
Stuf liefern, v. r. a. to deliver 

over , to put into the hands of au» 

other. 
Wu Belieferung, /. delivery. 
Aufliegen, v. i. n. to lie its time ; 

fcafr tu aufgelegen , have yoa done 

lying? 
9(u£(teger, m. outrigger, spyboat; 

güardship. 
K U i 1 <b e n , v.a.r.to mnke a hole ; 

to mnke a jog, or noteh. 
% U $ 1 <f e n , v. r. c. to draw out by 

alJuremeht, to pump from. 

yLuttofyneti/ v. «. r T to pay w*gcs. 

$U$lDDtfeft, v. «t. r. to carfy out 

to aea. to pilot out of a harbour. 
31 U & i 6 f d) e n , r. rt ä. to cxting:iish, 

<juench; eine ®<$rift, to blot out, 



efface , deface : — t* m to go obfc 

to die. 
Sullofen« v. r. ö. to draw t>y lot, 

to ballot for ; to ditpose of by lot- 

tery . 
Sutlofett/ v. r. «. to loose; bit 

Junge, to cut out; einen ©efange* 

neu / to release , ransom 9 redeem» 
deliver, make free, «et at liberty; 
ein <pfanb , to redeem , iecovtt. 

ÄUÄlofung, /. cutting ont; relaat> 
ing; Tedeeming, dellvcrance, 

91 U 6 lüften, v. r. a. to air. 

%uimad)9n, v. r. a. to get pnt; 
to tajte out; to find out; to pro- 
eure; to adorn, to border \ to 
make, form, constitute; to finiihj 
to settle; to deeide; to deterroini, 
to expLire ; to parry ; to reprunand» 

robuke; Muffle, ^a|lanten f toshelli 
^r6fen, Sol^nert tt. f. f., to tinhnih, 
peel ; hanteln, to blanch ; ein Äle» 
efen, to fetch outa stain; au<fUlM 

big madjen, ©elb u. f. f / to find 
out; ein Quartier, to frocure, bt- 
tpeak; alt ©elb/ to aznountt »it 

otel mäc^t ef aiit , how rauch doea 
it amount to? ju Cnbe machen, to 
make out, make up; eine C^renfoa' 
d)e, to settle; e* mit einem, tomake 

up; biet maefct ben ^ameurgif^en 

5p«nbel attl, this constitute» the- 
commerce of Harnburgh; bie Ktt 
mac^t a\M aui, mannet U «very- 
thing; bie ©ao)e ift noa) lange nie^t 

au^gemac^t, this point :s very-far 
from ^cing fixed, is notyet deeid- 

ed; ein aufgemachter Spieler f ■ 

professedgamester; titlt au»gema$» 

te ©a^winofua^t, a confirmed con- 

sumption. 
Ausmalen, v. r. a. to £nilh ä pie- 

ttire , to make up ; to describ« , to 

repfesent, paint; illumimren, to 

illuminate; titl 3 immer, to ptint 

a chamber, rooiti. 
Ku^tnann, m. eitisen , that lodgea 

out from the place , to which am 

belonjgs. 
51 u $ nt a r g e l n , v. r. «. to enervat«, 

eufecble. exbaust, emaciate. 
9u^marf(^, m. = Äuf-jug, march- 

in^ out. 

tlu^marfc^iren, v. r. m = aui* 

Sieben , aDjie^en, to march out. 
guöinar&en, v. r. o% to cast off, 

turn out , rejeet. 

91 u € u\ a ft e n , v. r. a. ?ebert?ie^ , to 

cram ; &d)Witie U. f. f. , to fatten. 
%u$ntauett\, v. r. a. to wall up. • 
21 u $ m e i $ e l n , v. r. a. to chisel out, 

to Cnisc-I oft', to cirve. 
£u£melfcn, v. r. a. to milk out, 

to drain by milhing. 
Ä u $ m e f f e n , *». /. a. to metsure 

out; nau) bem Staafe einzeln ter> 

taufen , to seil by meaturv« 



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8lllJr«u4(tii. it. t.u. M tumirti*, 
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ill HMI. 

ft u * r i u w e n , K. r. 0. « 

rlrAT miv> tä ömtity ■ _. 
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pilUu. 
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trag, deiirerv, elocntion ; Ktl*fflid)t, 
putoff, evasion, shift, snbterfiiEe, 
excuse, pretence, pretext, cplour. 
ttuereben, r. r. n, Kille PO" ftrtl 
gefcn, to ntier, to ileiiv.-e; (II <2nte 
Dringen, i» finiih: — v. r. a. mit 
SSov'trit OU^rilffll, to speal»; flrt) 
leer reten, to speiid. exiianu in. 
wiili ipeikiu^; ml« %rin ^inne tf 

Seil, to pertiude mit of, to dissuaüe 
fronii fld; aufreden, to nie eva- 

Vuireben,- v. r. ii. auJrüften, etil 

©njitf, to eq<iip, fit out a ihip. 
Sudreg nett, i>. r. i'mp. tä bat auf' 

firrrfllKi, it Jias done. raining. 

SCu£ reiben, n. i. a. to rub— wipe 

ÄUf'reieben, V. r. n. to read; to 

lutGuc, to be aufficient. 
KU* tf i fen, v. r. ii. 10 aet out, to 

deparl, J.-U« travelling, to »et fortll ; 

fcütt ii-r QU* j, reifet? have yon do- 

ne tiM-nlting? 

Ruf reifen, r. f. a. btn Sab", ro 
draw oii! ; bie gimae, grbern, fyaart, 
to pltin.. onr; eiue$|laitje, topliick 
ups lliifraut, ro weed, nnroot : — 
v. n. ccti Der ©rtnilb, to exhan»; 
ton Vferben, to Ret— break looie; 
ton ©otbaun, to im iw,iy, to de- 



flutjreifier, nt. mmwif, de 


erier 


Out" reiten, v. f. «. to i-i'.le 




ride abroad, lo take a riile 


i»ak 


an ncnnion, lake an eil 


hJck' 


horte back, aei ont on hors 


ÄuSreiter, m. ontriiler, rid 


>S sc 


vant; atruiidaiit, auperinteu 
Huercnten, v. r. «. put 






Joint, to sprain , wrencli 


ditlc 



KtieriÄten, i>.r.*, to da. perForm', 
excente, effect , tu acqiiit of; eine 
J^Drbjeit, to bear tlie expei'C<-r< of 

a wedding; ein Sefcbäft int Hlcrf 
ridjtctl, to do, perform, efiecniare ; 
»(fehl, to externe; tr>a* 6oft bu 
flllsjJWtd'trt? how liare yon apfd? 
tict, fllleä, to iirevaj; npon , prove 
eflVetnal; ntitniS, to labonr in »»in, 
ipe-d ill, do nolhine to the pur- 

?■.-■!«! jeiiiantrn audrimten, eerläuim 

einige. 
K ulnebtig, autriditfam, aJ). 
inOi'siriuns , expeditiotia , (jtiich, 



Büdingen, v. 


l\ B. ffllf.fT*t, tO 


wring out die w 


ler; auitcryaiit, 






3u Irinnen, v. 


. «. to Tun, Uli, 


trickle out. 





•xcurtlOR o* 



«tijritt, m. ride, 

liorsabacfe. 

ausrotten, v. r. a. to root ont, 
toot iip, nnroot, extirpate. 

3( it e r u er e n , v. r. ». to march, out, 
tc take the Geld. 

9u£ru<ffn> V. r. a. to dilcharg«, 
jiiU; er »in feilt Selb auSrucftrl» 
ne will part wiili 110 money. 

%\lit»f , in. caüing out. niitcrf, 

ihoutir.g. «hont; in bet iRtbefunftf 
exelimation ; Stuctbtl, auetion, p«- 
blick aale. T 

aufrufen, w. i. n. to ety . to call 
out; — !•■ i. «. ctiraS uuu 9)crfoufc> 
to erj- oot; ben Srieben, to pra> 
claim. ptiblish, promulgate ; einen 
ju einrnt $ei(iaen, to cry ono up 

tor a saint. 

iKttfrufer, m. «yec mit einem 
©lettnjen, bellman; bon. fikatett, 
hawker. '. 

S(u*r uf uiiflj /. calling out, cryinf 



^ U S r u b e n , v. r. it. to reit ^ tako 
lest, repote, rnake. a pauin. 

äu*rütlbtn, f. r. a. to round. 

StuJrtipfeit, v. t. «. to pnll — 
pluck out, depilate. 

Sluärüften, v. KA ©olbaten, Jtot* 

ttn, lo ami. furnish, eqitip, fitoiit; 

iiiitOTenfrfien oefepftr, to man; auf* 

gn-iifttt fecn, mit QtArt , Äriften, 

to be endowed with gifti, pari». 

Sltl*r4ftun9, /. equi^ping, «ndow- 

5(uSfaat, /. aowingi aeed ; ised- 

auSfotfeii, o. i. a. to take out of 

a bag, to uusick. 
a uÄfü tn, ti.r.o. to mw, to »catter, 

aced, to. diasemtnate. 
%utfaat, f. duelaration , aatertion; 
""in>f, ÖfffnUifti** de( 



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feiner etornfii Suffnge, i 
his owii deposilion. 
ail'faneri, v. r. a. to ij-eak, »ay f 
eiiiiiiciale, esi'rf*i, teclare, repori, 
to ntiei; ce iü rirfit oufjufagen, ii 
is not to be aecinred by word«. it 
cannot be expreitedi cer Beridjt, 
to depoM, to glv« evidenco upou 

«ueföger, w- deponent. witiMH. 
auefn^, m. leproay ; tm iöiUarc, 

guSfnft'fl» bJ;. lrprou» ; ein TS ul» 

("(ifrierv, a lep.T. 
«uifauiem, r. r. o. ein «cfaS, to 

,i>piir; ein SiuiUier, $0U*, coaweep; 

rintn Saun', ro pium-, to !op. 
Ü t:i ; | auftn, c i. n. af!e^, to drink 

up all ; to twaliow down. 



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9u$fd)tttäUn, v. r. n.to repröach, 
to chidc, check ; aufbpren, to, cease 
. to repröach etc. 

9M$ftt) mausen, v. «. r. to smofce 
out, to drive out by srnahe, to 
cleanse by smoke. 

9 u 6 f cb m a u C e n A in *. r. to ceaae 

banaueting* 

8 u $ f d[) m c t § c n , r, i\ a, to beat 
out, strike out. 

9u$fcb melden, v. r. a. u. i. », to 

meit. to dissolve; Srje, to 6melt. 

9 U 6 f <b m i c b e n , t». r. a. to farge ; 
to l)cat;to uafetter. 

9ul t ebmieren, v, r. a. to srnear; 

au 6 frf; reiben, to pirate, tran§cribe. 
U $ f Ö) m Ü tf f tt7 v. r. «. to deqorate, 

drrs« , adoni , trim up , embellish. 
ÄU^f^nappcn, v. r. n. to map 

■off. out. 

Sf u 6 feftna redest/ v. r. n. to snore; 

to ceasc snoring. 

9 u $ f <f) n a u b e n, v. i. «. bie Wafe, 
to blow one % s npsej terfönauben, 

to respire, recover the tfreath. 
9u$fc(jnau A 3en, v. r. «< to snuff 
out; to blow. 

ÄuSfcbnetbeuteffer, a. cutting- 

out knife. 

9u$fcb netten^ v. £.«. to cut out; 
tunfrlicb in Jpota, to carve; ^aflru 
ren, to c*s träte, gel d; bie 95aume, 
to lop , to prur.e ; in. ^apu-r, eilen* 
roetfe, to cut out. 

9uf fu)netber # m.gelder; retailer, 
xnercer. 

9u{f(bnettefn, t». a. r. to pnrae, 

to Jap, to top (trees). 
öu<fcfnitt, m. cut; m ber ffifttb*' 

mattf; segment. 
9uffn)ntit$anb(Uttg Ä /. raer- 

ceTy. 
9 u I f d) n i'fc e it / v. r. a. to cut out, 

to carve. 

:ui(<bnhvtn, v. i\ a. to unlace. 
ulftyopfen, v. r. a. to exantlate, 
drain , empty, exhaust. 

9u$fcb offen, v. r f 9, to shaot out» 
to sprout. 

9 u $ [ ä) 6 1 l r n g, 0. shoot * tprig. 

9 u $ f ^ r o p e n, i\ r. a. to rub out, to. 
scrape out, to erase*^ hie £o&el« 
garne« to untwist the ends of the 
Strands: — t». r. n. to make a leg, 

9u$fu)rauben, v. r. unt i. *. to 

screw out, to unscrew. 

Jfuf feftreitett, p. /. a. to oopy, 

to transcribe, to take from ; einen 
£anbtOg/ to convocate, to surninon, 
to call in the states; Steuern, to 
exaet , impose , lay on ; ber aui* 
Wrei6cnbe ?nrfl, coüvocating prin- 
ce; aufboren &u fa)rei6en, to cease 

"writing. 

Hui, eferetben, ». writ. 
9 U^fu) reibet/ «• plagiary, trän- 
•criber. 



Hu* 

Äu#f*riten, v. i\ m. to cry out; 
oufboren u fu)reten^ to cease cry- 

ing. 

%uff$veitin , t*. /, ». to strifc; 

to step aside ; to exceed. 
9u6f4reiti!n9 / /. excess, mns* 

gression. 

9uöfcbro ten, v. r. a. ein %*%, to 

draw, lioise, wind -r- pull a cask 
put of the cellar; Qu6t\Q$tn, to 
gnaw, to nibble out. 
%U${d)Utycn , v. a. r. to pull Qff 
the shoe , to unshoe. 

9uSf^u6 / m. itai auÄf^iegt, out- 
shot; wai man auefd)ie§t/ refuse» 
frippery, brach, x garbl*% trash, xiff« 

xaft, ou'tcast) jnoeite ©orte, oberrei« 

ner $}anf, second sort of hemvi 
ton <£o(baten/ detachment, miliwa, 
trainbands; OU^gefu^te $erfonett> 
deputies , delegates , committee. 
9U6fa)ütteln/ v. r, «i. to shake 
out. 

S(u€fc^ütten, v. r. a. to po«r 
out, effusc, effund; fein ^erj. to 
opciv, disbosom , disclose . jisour- 

den; fl* t?or £acben aulföütten, to 

split with langhing, 

9u^fc^u)&nf en, v. r. «. ein CMaf, 
to rinse ; fi$ ben SRunb / tQ wuk 

out, cl^an. 

9u^f4n>ären^ r. i. n. to suppuxate. 

äM«fd)tt)armen, v. n. r. to make 
an ond of debauchery; to swerr# 
out; to have done swarming. 

9lt6fd)l9a$en / v.r.a. to blab; auf 

ben <&ebanfen bringen, to pertutdo 

out of» to talk . p rat de away ; auf» 

boren ju fdjwa^en, to cease to 

prattle, to leave off chatting. 

9u{f4wetf / ü». f. 9u^fo)ioufun§. 
9u^ feb» etfen/ v. r. n, to digrets» 

wand er, rove, swerre^ to lead a 

dissolute lifo; — - v % r» a. to cut 

sloping. 
9u<(n r )n>eifenb / adj. extraragtnfc 

dissolute. 
2Ju<fd)»eifunq, /. extravagant«, 

excess , debauchery ; digression ; 

swervin^ etc. 
%U${d)\x>it\Qei\, ». i\n. towinnow» 

fan , garble. 
9u»T<bWt4CR / ». r. ^ to sweat 

out, away; bur<b ^tb»t(Jen toerlie* 
ren, to exude, t« get rid of by 
sweating; tcr^c\kn f toloseremem- 
brance of ; nt$* mebr fa)t9l^en , to 
leave off swetfing. 
$L\Ji $ fe$ Cit\/ v. rt. r. to disembo« 

gue; ein ^nb, Sonne/ Safe, to 

give a good birth to a rock or 
bank . to keep aloof from it. 
9n6fiben , v. i. «. to look ont; 
to Tfsenible, to seem , to be li- 
Ae ; anliefen , to look out , choose 
out , to cnll : -r* v. /. n. JUill %ttl* 
(leV/ to look out at the window; 




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ffutfcbmafen, v. r. n.to repröacb« 
tochide. check; auffcprefl, ta cease 
. to reproach etc.. 

ffuSfd) mausen, v. a. r. to smofce 
out, to drive out by smoke, to 
cleanse by smoke. 

ff u i f <fy m a u j" e tt A t». «. ?. to ceaae 

banauetin^ 

ffuäfc&mcflen , v. i\ a, to bett 

out. 8trike out. 
ffuGfcty melden, r, r. a. tt. i. n f to 

meit. to dissoive; Srje, to smelt. 
ff U $ f <& m i c b e n , v. r. a. to forge ; 

to l>cat;to uafetter. 
ffltl fcftmiercn, v, r. a. to sroeär; 

au 6 frf; reiften, to pirate, transcribe. 
if i f a) m Ü tf f H/ f . r. c to de<jorate, 

drf>SK , adorji , trim up , enibellish. 
ffutffebnappen, v. r. n. to snap 

off. out. 
ff u6fcbna:*d)en, t>. r. n. to snare; 

to ceasc snoring. 

8u$fd)naw&en, v, r. «. bie 9tafe* 
to blow one % 8 nose? perfcbnau&en, 

to Tespire» recover the tfreath. 
ff uSfcfcnaujen, i>. r. «, to muff 
out; to blow. 

ffuSfcbt] et beute ffer, u. cutting- 

out knife. 

ff u 6 f rf> n e i b e n, v. i. «. to cut out ; 
fünfrlidj in Jpota, to carve; ptflri* 
ren, to castrate, geld; bie $aume, 
to lop , to prur.e ; in «Jtepur, eilen» 
tuetfe, to cut out. 

ffMfdfrneiber, m. gelde* ; xetailer, 
xnercer. 

ffu{ f (Anette £n, t>. 0. r. to prnne, 
to Jap, to top (trees). 

ffuffconitt, m. cut; m ber Öfat$e» 

tttatif, segment. 
ff uffc&nttt&anblung Ä /. mer- 

cery. 
ff U $ f u) n i*fc e tt / v» r, a. to cut out, 

to carve. 

Suäfcbniiren, u, r* «. to unlace. 
U 6 f c$ o p f e n, t>. r. a. to exantlate, 
drain , empty, exhaust. 

ff u $ f cfj o f f e n, t*. r. 9. to ibaot out, 

to sprout. 
ffulffftoflrng, ns. shoot * sprlg. 
ff u 4 f A) r a p en, i\ r. «. to rub out, to. 

scTape oui, to erase 



to erp out; 
to cease cry- 



QCLttitj w ix 

Ras: — 



oui, to erase^ bie StaUU 

to untwist the ends of the 

Strands: — s». r. n. to make a leg, 

ffuSfajrau&en, v. r. unb i. *. to 

screw out, to unscrew. 
Jfllf feftretbett, v. i. a. to oopy, 
to transcribe, to take froiti ; einen 
2atibtag, to convocate, to summon, 
to call in the states; Steuern, to 
exaet , impose , lay on ; ber aui* 
fä)ret6enbe ^iltft, coi.vocating prin- 

ce; aufboren au fa)reiben, to cease 

writing. 

ffu#i (breiten, »• writ, 

ff U^f Treiber/ nu plagiary, trau- 

scriber. 



Äu#f*riten, v. i\ m, 
ouftoren ju fa>reten/ 

ff u tfd) rette,», v. i. ». to stri4e; 

to step aside; to exceed. 
ffuefcb reitung, /. excess, trans* 

gression. 

ffSöfcbro ten, v. r. a. ein %*l, to 

draw , hoise , wind -r- pull a cask 

out of the cellar; ou^nagen, to 

gnaw, to nibble out. 

ffu6fd)uf}en, lK a > r - t0 pull Qff 

the siioe , to unshoe. 

ffuSf<btt6/ m. »ra^ au^f<bie§t, out- 
shot; wai man auefebieit, refuse» 

fripperv, brach , x garbl*% trash, xiff« 

laft, ou'tcast) jwette ©orte, ober reu 

ner ipanf, second sort of hemvt 
ton £o(baten, derachment, miliwa, 

trainbandi; au^aefuo)te ^erfoneiv 

deputies , delegates 9 committee. 
ff U6fd)ütte(n, v. r, «i. to shak« 
out. 

ff it ö f o) & 1 1 e n , v, r. a. to potu? 

out, effuse, effund; fein S}Cr^, to 
opciv, disbosom , disclose . jisonT* 

den; fl* t?or £acben auäföütten, to 

split with lang hing. 

ffu^fu)u)anf en, v. r. «. ein tMoi, 

to rinse ; flu) ben SRunb , tQ was« 

out, cl^an. 
ff u $ f o} tt> ä r e n, v.i.n. to suppurate« 
ff M^f^^armen, v, n. r, to make 

an oud of debauchery; to swerro 

out; to have done swarming. ' 
ffU^fd)kpa$en, v.r.a. to blab; Ott! 

bin <&ebanfen bringen, to persuado 

out of, to talk . pratcle away ; ailff 
^oren 8U fcbwa£en, to cease to 
prattle, ro leave off chattine. 

ffuif^kpetf, m. f. ffu^ioetfuni« 
ffu^ feb »eifen, v. r. n, to digreas» 

wander, rove, swerve; to lead a 

dissolute lifo; -— v^ r- a. to cut 

sloping. 
ffU<(cf)meifenb / adj. extraragant^ 

dissolute. t 
ff U* fd) M>etf ung, /. extravagance, 

excess , debauchery ; digression ; 

swervin^ etc. 
ffu^fc^totn^en, ». i\n. towinnow» 

fan , garble. 
ffttffcbtOtfteR / ». r. ", to sweat 

out, away; bur<b ^»tften bertie* 
ren , to exude , t« get rid of 07 
sweating; BCT^effen, to lose remem* 

brance of * ni$; nte^r f4)Wt^en , to 

leave off swe^ing. 
ff u i feg ein/ v. n. r. to disembo- 
gues etn^nb, Sonne, Safe/ to 

give a ^ood birth to a rock or 
bank . to keep aloof from it. 
ff u i f * $ * « / v. 1. «. to look ont ; 
to rfseinble, to seem , to be Ü« 
he ; au^lefen , to look out , choote 
out, to call: -r- v. r. n. JUill Jen« 
(Uv, to look out a« the window; 




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Wut fortirerv, v. r. o. z.- bit J(vten 

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^"wd— V«aVcirouc B '(o° e * P .lür e Mp5r ' 

Bueipäljung,). »pying, icarch. 
ÄuSfuann, w. «ijc, pjaco to bait 

Busfpaiinen, u. r. u. la ipräid, ro 
exieutli in imyoke; bie Snigev, 10 
diit.nd; «in (Seil, lud), ©eje(, tu 

bie ^Jftrbc, iu unharnciii einte I)» 

ren, m put in. 
Hu 4 fp agieren, t.r.a.— luftwom 

bein, k. uko a w.ilk. 
Uni fpeie 

T.>mii; S 

! nullit«. 

gut fpeitbcn, u. r. a. tu dis 

disiritiute; B^iS a&en&iu.ibl, 

In * fo c itbuatj , y". diipeiii 

ttuifperren, ». r. *. 10 diitend 
bie 'Seine, to " 



Ic; einen, __ _ 
mit üiitgcfperrien 
$}eiuen, MiriJo, aitraddlc. 
X U * f p i e t e n , r.r-a. to lead, play. 
tliroiv out; Stumpf, to truirip oim 
©pattUc wirb auägefpielt, ipadille 
i» led ; ju <£nbe fpielen , to play 
am, fiiiisJi ; eine Wolle, to f>° 
tliroupli a part; ju oevfpielen flt* 
(CIl . to lafRc for. 

Auf fpimien, ». i. ö. to »pin out, 

MutJfp in tt fiten, v.r.«. = dujftn> 

neu, ergrübrln, auSgrübeln, to dive. 



Kulfpioniren, ••. r. , 
fdjaften, au^fpaben, t 

«ufifpotten, *.r.«. 
Tide , ridicole. 

>U*fptoö)e,/. 

Urtbeil 



=s auffunöi 
ipy out. 



*fpre**n, t-.i.e 

j ausfcnicfcn, 



! ftiefienbe, clo- 
o i'xpreü ; ein 



; [aiigfjui, 
Kuifptcdj : in), «<//. 

pressible. 
«uSfprengcn, .-. ,. 

to blnw out with fi .i , 

©cni.ljt, to divulge, sj.i 
«Uflfprinjen, u./.n. i 

out, break out. 






F°" 



Xu« 

(uifprifjen, p.i-.m. nie SBatfe» au* 
einer Juntane, tu tpuut; wie ©ier 
out "inet 'BouteiBe, to tpirt; wie 
üjlut aufi einer H&er, to spurt t — 
t>. r. a. 'Bluigefafie, to. inject; SBun. 
b«, to liriiige, to aquirt. 

SiUfpritjung, /. injactioni li- 

SuMprpffen, v. ». r. to •prout. 
Und , »lioot furth, to burzopn. 

SuSfprud), ni. be$ ö ratet*, «nun. 
ciation of the AticUi ein gotUi« 
ebee, oracle; be:: GS c irljioo tuen, t«. 
dict; bei? Ktdjterf, senieuce; all 
Unlkil, dooin. semence, judgtneut; 
CiliCe ©rtjivlsriiötct/, arbiuage. 
itsfpriMjnt, r.a.r. to tlituw out, 
eilt out, tu voitiit, lo emit «park*. 

^U ofp il { Sn, v. r. a. to clean, claanie, 
i'iüse i waih, vrater. 

än^fpünben, p.r.m. to liuo with 

•X u S f p ü r e n , r. r. «. to find out, to 
iidce, miit, Ipj, aroall — amok« 

Ru«(lofftten, f. r. a. = B(rii«nn, 

ein illcb, to gamilb, tri in , box* 
der.edge, lanc ; (inen, to dreat, 
«anip, fumiib; etn gnnmtP/ w 
«dorn, embolligb, fiirniih. 

«lt*(lflffitung,/. gaxniiliingfltti 
dreuing atc. ; furnisliing etc. 

äuä ftam p f en. i>. r. o. to itimp out, 
beai out ; to pound. 

«((«(tanb, ro. arrean. 

Äui ftantern, i . r. b. to KU witli 
ninkj fcuribfuajtn, to ffirrst, tum- 

5(n* (tat teil, ii. r. >. to gm in 
dowry, to pay a dowM, to en- 
dow, pottioii. 

Stu*fra{tung, /. dowry, porcion, 
enabliiliment. ' 

ft&Uben, v.r.*. to bau out 



. to beat out« 

«. to whip, 

. ftorf, einen 
ttjbie* 






the dm 
auSfUubevn, v. r 

bunt Olli 
au8|14 u.p tn, v . 

tooufge publiely. 
3tu* liefen , v. i. 

Seid), ©rafren, to die c 

gen, to pick — pull om, to »ab; < 

öuitrhifen, tu drink, d avf out; 

einen, m cut out, tupplant; in 

€tein, SÄeiall, to cut, gnv«, •«. 

grave ; ^pi(CU , to pterce. 
3tu6(tf<ber, m, boom med for« 

bowpiit JU imall veisotf. 
9(uvftC(fen, r.r.a. to «et up, hang 

out; bie ijörntt, to put out the 

hörn»; tie Junge, to loll out oua'i 

tut itebcn, v.i.u. to itand out, to 
i;.iuJ in in open place; to endure. 
iniferi eit;; teftimmte 3tit, to bold 
uut; frinc 'iibxt , to *er« an«'« 
liiue: tciCcii, eebuiben, eiiten SRen» 






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ifrft mit IN» 

I 

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au*l«f*cn , 

lt. crr "f. " £«&«, 
t 8>D.1>i'<! , 10 lintlfl die 

tc icdic in 






im (itBfn, 



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ßiltMl , 

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LÜ.'riin, t« uoüb i 

3ü# tut fl n, 

KnIiii 



i'. i. a. U w«int 
V. r. «. In Ati-tc 
e»ll* iluntiug. * 



■ lertliall. 

. ■ 
tt li i t f 1 1 1 

trihnto, Jo«i, ilitp , 

giro out; M atrtitmibf, w • 

auitbriluni, /. dimib 

d. i. a aatjitlKti, 10 

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i it. | tue ctiiibun 
bltRf 10 «nt » gnnt tioic l.jf 

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. 
3 uä C t (gütig, f. tsicriuiuitioi 

Stidel-rii, rtr.it, u ce*i« fatttap, 
binnen»«;, ü) tp«n4 um'* »gm 
ffit«ft u. f. ■'. , ■ 

giBrio nn "i , ■ 11. r. (fem e4o4t> 

. , ■.■ 

. lliMI, will! |lUt.Jil 

. ■ ■. aal ili« 

■ 

SuJ itabeii, .'. «. r, ta Irt* ■ i 
üullra), m. itiui, ■ml. rvrm. iU- 
ciiiooi *ecomnwf)*liot) •, iil-ut«*-, 

a 11 f 1 1 n a 1 1' . i-. i- «- w < ' 

: 

, iUtut«r, ! 



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'■:■■: ,:T. , 



2tt» 



feer aufgetragen f)at, a tree put 

bearing. 
tfutitraglicft, adj. profitable, gain- 

ful, lucrarive. 
Austrauern/ v.r.n. to mourn the 

due tjme ; aufboren , to cease 

mourning. 
Vu 6* treiben, 9.1.0. to expel, eject; 

bat Siefc, to dri ve out ; ben @d>n?ei§, 

to cause sweating; ben $eufel, to 

. eist out; eine auStreifeenbe tfraft Ja» 

(et .. to liave an expulsive virtüe. 
Austreibung,/, expulsion. 
flu Streunen* v. r* a. to rip up, 

mira vel, 

ftuStrcten, v. i. a. Trauben, td 

Ire id , stamp grapes ; burefe %X& 
ten auSfyofclen, to nialie hoüow by 
treading: — v. i. n. tton einem Jtufr 
je, to swell; hervortreten, to come 
fortli ; bit 2öad)e austreten (äffen, 

. to turn out the guard; tton ©Olbc* 
ten, to desert; entfliegen, ba&on 
ge^en, to drop out, to steal — 
make away, lun away; auS einer 
Gemeine, to secede. 

tf U S t v e t e r , n». absconder, deserter, 
ruuaway. 

SuStretung,/. secession. 
ÄuStrinfen, v. i. 0; to drink off, 

out , up. 
SJU Stritt, ut. %lV$t f dropping out, 

uiaking away. running away, esca- 

pe; ein ftra)(i$er, secession; 95al* 

con, balcony, poreb. 
tf U S t r ö? n e n , y. r. 0. U. n. to dry 

up, deeiccate ; einen $eiiV, -o drain, 

draw a pond. 
ÜUittommeltti v. w. a. to drum 

about, publidh by the drum. 

X u i t r o m p e te n, in r. «, to trumpet, 

so und forth. 
ftuStropfeCn, v.r. n. to trickle 
out, drop away. 

Sfultunä$en, v. 0. r. to whitc- 

wash. 

SuStunfen, v. r. 0. to dip out. 
u S 1 u f u) e n , v. r. a. to wash» fill 
out with Indian ink. 
£ U 6 Ü b e n , v. ,.a. to exercise, prac- 
tise ; ®erbred)en , to commit , per* 
petrate; 9fo$e, to take reven«e. 
(uSbbung, /. exercise , practise ; 
in SfuSübung 6ringen , to put in 

practise — into execution. 

ttuS»ad)fen, v. /. n. to shoot — 
sprout out; hu&ÜQ feyn, to be 
crookbacked ; &ur fe 6 litten @r»fie 
tvad)fen, to grow out, to come to 

füll growth; ausgeworfen, füll 

grown. 
StuStDOgen, v. r. *■*<?, to venture 

out. 
SluSwägen, v.r. u. i\ 0, to weigh 

out, to choose by weight; SBaa* 

ren , to teil by the pound, by 

weight. 



X U S ID a • C, /. ehoiee, selection ; eine 
9uSn?äp( treffen, to choose» pick 



our. 



„uSwä^Un, v.r.a. to cull, chuse, 

elect, pick out, to select. 
% U S to a 1 & en , v. r. 0. to roll out : — 

v. r. n. to Rnish a walsc, 
2fuS tuanberer, «n. emigrant. 
9u6tt>anbern, v. r. *. to emigrau; 

to finish one's travels. 
ftuSlvanberung* /• emigration. 
iuSlPÄrmen, v. r, «. to wann 

thoroughly. 

51 uS io arten, v. r. n, to suy, stand, 

waic to the end. 
%u$\v>hvtiQ f adj. foreign; auiw&X» 

tiaer Svieq , ouiward war. 
StueioartS, a<ii>- outward • from 

without; auSto&rt< fe^eu, to turn 

out. 

8(uSioafu)en, v. t, a. to wasfc. 

wash out, away; auSplaubern, to 
blab ; aufboren , to cease washing, 
9J u i tt> a f f e r n , *. r. a, to water f 
freshen; Sifd)e, to disstk. 

3(uSm&fferungSHnie, /. (fiinie, 
bte tk SBaffcroberttac^e um ben 
3rtW*f6rper Bcfct reibt, aud) fBafi 
fer tragt), waierline, loadwarerline. 

"21 U i tt> e <f) f e i U , v. r. <i. to exchange. 

^uStveg, m. way out, ontlet, vent; 
«Kittel, way, expedient; 5tU<flU*t, 
snbterfuge, shiit; fttlben, to find 
shifts. 

21 u $ w e $ e n , ?>. r. a. to blow out; 

to fly out, to. flutter. 
2(uSroei(t)en, v. r. a. to toak 

thoroiijghlv. 
<¥u*roeid)en, v. /- » to give w*y p 

to avoid; auSgteiten, to slip, to 

make a false ttep; einem, to shnn, 
evitate; einer ©ao)e, to escape; 
eine auStvtiu)enbe Slntwert, an eva- 

sive answer. 
%vlwci<f)UnQ f j. eTasion, eoeap«. 

&U<tteiben, v.r. a. to bowel» to 
draw, g*it, to eviscerate; einen 
^afen , to hulk a Uare. 

% u S » e i n e n, v.r. a. to weep, shed 
tears , spend in tears ; bte 8U0fn# 
to cry out one*s eyes ; flu), to sliea 
abundance of tears , to weep bne't 
fill; aufboren au »einen« td cemM 

crying^, weeping. 
%\iito€ii, m. Statement» tenor, pur* 
poit, content* substance. 

9uSn>etfen, v. La. to turn out; 
toer weifen, to banish, exile; t€ wirb 
ftc^ au£weifen, the end will shew 
— discover — manifest it; bte %ty*t 
tteifet eS auS, the rery deed speaka 
it. 

5(u<weifun^, /• tnming out, 
banishment; purport, tenurei na6> 
auSi»eifun^ ber öefefte, aecording 
to the purport of the laws. 



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t«, r. .. «. ti g*l br 

i i «innir, io 
ipc« unr i t.-n ZrtJ . to 
■ Will, litt I 

ba L«t; etn 

. 
■ 

-'i wipe üllt, 

l-f-e* . Mc -Ritionin, tu 

.1,0 gHO«J. 



rauft. 



I jene*. 

n, mt • w grub np j 
lll.ltll, «n<p< 

k'tlt , .Uli«. 



■ » u »l'« nJ Li * 



aufMrm ju rpfaun , ■ 

« 1D duil, DOUlkl 



a u > i * ä ■ ■ ■ . 

flu* )0 M< H, I' r , 

älHf,/ iMrwani. 
Ui|J1i n i m btcad' 

inj iteiii . in .:eoe r 
fllu*ji[<icrt, i -. a . U i«W. t>f 

3 " * I ( (' n 1 1 n , u. r. a. in tf ihr . iU. 

lucjt'brcu, ■>- F. b- io oeoKiioa, 

. . i.Siitirmt, mini,' 

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I II 'I 4 , /. UME . . 

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3 ai\t irftnrn, v.r.*. tn tunk — 

i.'tntn, 

btrovr ifiiiii, u> dittinguiib l.iin- 

tnliit|in« ".■-»■ 3«6", epitn«, 

.. .iut' tut Sjädi, !■> Jt-w 
iL» «*»orJ, Sod\ Sfftftc, 

etriHUpfl, lo d;rr^ , 
nj.fl, to »riiji drc n.ifctd — bire; 
li rillte, ibiirsi:i . 

bilCuo^rdt'ic&urKt, t-r. mnci thi 

Hjnjtn »Oll tut* 4ilfle|Uij,] , I« 

■ 

fctiTfltn, I'i cfiiiHiurin , envbti — 

ju* uutm ßru tv.'.- 
-. <mit, l«r«m; tncB;u. 
CÜU Uli I 

tbtn, n. remo»J , (juittlpg. 



bayjn*. 

Slu^utunji, /.Jmwinit; i 

dilti diVfiui.g; FXItilCUrijr., 






.,,', 



im 



, v- r. a- rin ßou£, 3>m> 
tonie, emticlliili ; rin( 
irMb : [int 
I diifm, lo .Boniiih a 



Bett, 

w riefe* 
fluif n'f r una, /. decoratfeii : idtrnt- 

feg. flnirtuiifeg. 
VuiliniDf CD, >. r. o. to fquut, 

Mu«|if<(jtn, i'. r, «. n ti.n ae. 

3u<»Ufl, m.nurcbicg off; ftp fear* 
jJtbcr, pt.icmion i fintt Ärtr, 
6djti|t, -l'inlfTvni, mn 
Inet, opiiomn »intn Hu , 
rf)tn, 10 «hriitg«, ttniHci, ein*. i, 
rpiToniin; «rifl Ärinifrf, n^t«, 
bill. 

fluajupfta, i-, r. a. to plncb out. 

3 u f i a> i n {] r n, i: i, n. t.i yr«M ioii, 

«1 u f I) r n t ' > i l'ä t * /, =: «f*tbot, 

eMlL6»ur5i H lol, aullinnticiif. 
■ HtOtnttffl), saU. = ofti, rtiaaf. 
H)fcrlH| . 



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Vuiomat, ». t= ©e(6flgettte6e, «u» 

tomaton. 

9 ii tot, m. = tßerfaffer, ©c$riftfleU 

ler, auchor. 

Äu torifiren, v. r. «. = beüott» 

Uiad)tt£jen , to authorise, ein power. 

Autorität, /. = ©etpalt, 3Xa<$tan* 

fc^en, autkority. 
SfurUior, ad!;. £= tyüfflic&, auxi- 

liary. 
2(pance, /. = ©orfc&u§,advance. 
Ä p a n c e m e n tf «. = bie 55eforberung, 

preterment» 

Stuart ciren, v. r. a. = beforbern; 

Porfhrecfen, to advance, promore. 

Äpantcjarbe, /. = SBor&ut, SJor-- 

trab/ advanced guard. 

SUerttffeinent, »• = 9tacbricbt, 
55enad?ncbticjung, advertisement, in* 
telligencc. 

SCuiS, m. = 95er i<$t, aviio. 

Are, f. 3t*fe. 

21 r t o m , m. = Urfa.'?, «xioiii. 

Sfj; t, /. ax, hatcliet. 

21 5 e rt , v. a. r. to nourisk ; to bait, 

alluro. 
& 5 e r C e, /. small median 
21 ) IUI Ut 9, n. azimuth. 

& a u r , m. = Saaur , <Sd)malte, lapis 

lazuli. 

Spuren, «<#. = himmelblau, $oc$» 

blau, azure. 



$. 



Saafe, f. Safe. 

9aa( (beibntfcber (Softe), baal , idol. 
55aal6pfaffe, priest , worsliipper 
of tho idol Baal. 

55 aar, f. 6ar. 

55 aar e, f. 5$fl$re« 

Sabbelet, $abbeler, babbel* 

baft, babbeln, f. Klauberei, 

tylauberer, plauber&aft, plaubern. 
S5abel, f. $utfd>u§. 
Saccalaureat, n. = erfrer Stritt 

$ur Ooctorioürbe, backe lorship. 
fßaccalaureuS, m. batckelor of 

ans. 
95 acdjuä, m. Bacchus; ber 55a,ccnu6' 

bruber, bacclianaüan ; bat 3)acc|u6* 

lieb, bacchanalian song. 
Viüdh, m, brook, rivulet. 

55 a dt a in f e 1 , /. wagtail. 

$5 a (6 b i n f e , /. waterbuirusk. 

55a<t>bunge, /. brooklime, seapur- 

slain. 
53act)C, /. wild sow. 
©ad) er, m. wild boar. 
55ad>tal)rt, /. gtitter made by a 

waterflood, cartway wasked out 

bv torients, rain« or snowwater, 

ravint» 



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55acbforette, /. brooktrout. 
5$acb&olunber, m. waterelder. 
55a<6bunb, m. terridr, do^badger. 
55a4trebä, m. crayfisk, riverlob- 

ster. 
55ad)freff*>/. warercresses. 

55acbmatt, m. = gelter, 9aggan* 

9er, am b ler. 
53afbmün je, /. watennind, cala- 
minf. 

55 a cb ft e t ae , /. wagtail. 

95 a d) IP e t O e, f. osier, waterwillow. 

55 acf, f. ©cf. 

55 a <f a l a u , m. Newfoundland fish. 

55acf e, /. 55acfett, m. cheek; mit 

etncjefaftcnen 55acfen, kollowckeek* 

ed; am ©efa§, biittock. 
55 ä cf e n, u. / . a. (part. gebacfen, im-p. 

bncf) to bake; tn einer Pfanne, to 

fry. 
55acfenbart, m. wliiskers. 
*Öacfenarübc^en, n. diznple (in 

the cheek). 
55acfenfnocben, m. cheekbone, jaw- 

bone. 
55acfenflreic(v m box on the ear. 
9acfentU(b,n muffler. 
95acfcnjar)n, m. cheektooth, griu- 

der, trucksr]. 
© acf er , m. baker. 
Sa<ferfne<bt,m. baker's min. 
55 a rf e r f c$.a b e, /. blackbeetle, cock* 

roacb. 
55a(f$e(b, n. bakage. 
55a(fMu<, n« bakehottse. 
® acf o f en, m. Oven. 
® a cf p f a n n e, /. baking pan, frying 

pan. 
55acfrabcben, n. jagginiron. 

&ad fAaufe(, /. peel. 

55 a<ff4 Üffel, /• bakingditk, bin, 

htirch. 

55 acf ftein, m. brick. 

55acftrog, m. kneading troogji^ 

hutcU; einel 55acfer6, brake. 
55 Ü cf U> e r f , n. pastry. 

55a b, 7r. bath; H$ 55ab beja^Ua^ 

to sufl«*r for the faiilts of anotb«t. 
55abefappe,/. bathingcap. 
9 ab emafrb ine , /. batbing *u> 

cln'ne. 

55abemutter ,/. midwif«. 

9 a C e n, v. r. a. to batlie ; in_@<(S9ttf 
Cjebabetf drenclied in sweat. 

55 über, m. baeniokeeper. 

55 a b c r c i , /. hab jtation of the bath« 
keeper, or Scanner. 

55abefcbtr amm, m. spunge. 

tgabefrube, /. bagnio, kothons«» 

balneary . bathingroom. 

55abetr antie, /. hatLingtub. 

55 abejeit, f. bnthin^timc. 

55 a b t a n, rn. badiane, Indian aiuM^d« 

53 a ffd) eh r n. band. 

öaffen, bafaen, v. r. n. to y«lp f 

bagagt, f. = ©epaef, baggtge, 



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dnwn rfinglinj;. 

«g»r», m = S.m i 

bind. tJc, »trinr, r 

I < iing öl a 

Ja ni* t f * n, n. km 
J A a 6 • ( i c i 

him:tU«t. [Mllutn : 

bolt. 



•3 ä n 4 1 r n 



trfl, cd/. Toliiminoi 
IMblii ßor<- 



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1. ribbonwaarer. 



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»SoHÖmitlti- 

BflnBlBUrm, m. tapcworm. 

95ang, <u£. ahtii, aiijtiotia, fearful, 
troiibl«ü. uiiMs^i bange cot dem 
Sotc, «fmid of deatli mir ifi »or 
avitiutj) ti!*t bnnge, I am not in 
paiu of povertyj maxien, to roaka 
afraid of. 

©ängcl, m. ein Änuttet, cudgel 
club ; an ein« £(o<fe, clipper ; ein 
«.ruber ungefltteter SRenfat , dolt, 

humkiii, dunce, bloekhead, logger- 
head.. 

35a rifligf ei t, y. aujsioujneii , au- 
gui ik , uneaaineas . Li ititkeirted- 
nmi, fearf'ilnes* i bei ÄinBerrt, con- 
vulaioiis, falling sicknesi. 

QJangtT flllt/ n. kemlock. 

SSnnjer ($(a( vor ber Aajüte auf 
©djiffen, tie nur eyi Derf baten}, 

«<nf, /.' Untiefe, .bank. Uferte* 
(giecrej, ahor«; eine irbobung bei 
vobenf, unten an ber ^rafitnehr, 
bank; ein langer, boljtriier ©t&, 
bank; bench, form, aeal 1 an feoi 
tnjDtit, clondy horiioiitj burdj oie 
©auf, inditcriminitely ; auf bie 
lange ipnn fetjicten , to delay, put 
off.j.rrtc-imna.c, to Wer; @ifj 
ber sVhijifräriie bauch; ote geift* 
[i<be, tlie ipititiiat bfiich; bie weit» 
lidje, tho aecular b*nclt; einen |jr 
Sant bauen, »erliumben, to back- 
bin; be- £if<ft ftner 1 Stabiler!, 
bank of exchange ; eine off(nt[ie&e, 
gemein« ffnffe, bank; Sanf balttn, 
to keep the bank. 

©anfaette, /. = sBÄitiinibeiWfdjein, 
bankbill. 

»anfart, m.Sanfelf f n&, fBaatV 
fing, n. bantlmg, bastard. 

Sänfeffänger, m. balladiincer. 

Kanter, m. bank«. S 

fBanfrrett , adj. m banf&rüditg, 
b.inkmpt; tanfrrott nterttn, banb> 
rott inarfjert, to Tun bankrupt; to 
fail . break. 

Sartterott, m. = SJatifr-nnb, bank- 
m'pcy, failing, break in g. 

8«nf erottter, m, — ©anrbrüd)i« 
ger, banktupi. 

Sanfetiren, v. r. n. := fdjuiaui 
feil, to banquet. 

JBantctirer, m. banqneter; ein 

tu*, h>o bdnfetirt »Erb, a banquet- 
tiss , banquetinghouso. 
Kantet!, n. = ©djlttaul, banquet. 
©a Dt gelb, n. bankmonay. 
55a nf H Ite v , m. keeper of ib 

bank , bank er. 
©anfbatiimer, m. lockum'th' 

liarnmer. 
5$ a n F i) 6 c t , m. groat plan« of > 

co o »er and joiner. 

anr&orn, n. riting invil. 



« a n f f i f f e n , n. boUt« 

San(mei6et, m. cbiiel u 
tbe iron on tke bencli witl 

«anfmetfler , m. mäste 
deiman , eapeciaLIy of the 
th»t ia allotred to aell hL 
on tho marketplace in a g 
■hop. 

«anfmeffer, n. deavar, c ; 
knife. 

fSanlftftfadjten, m. but< 
and lelling the meat 01 £ 
p 11 blick stalla. 

$anffdjrau6e, /. vicefora 

»auttunitig, adj. qailifi« 

aold on K publick aullrttallp 
»ailfSfttel, m. banknote, ba 
* anfjin«, m . »tallaee. 



Sann, 
nlcalio 



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ben^ann Ö>s 
■ ■ inirm: Serbannun 
nillmieiit, exils . proicriud 
$cna>t#b>iiTf juntdiction, 
tory, teton, reiaort. 

Binnjt, m. bannat. 

■öannblt^, m. fulmination. 

«annbrief, m. latter of t 



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Keif!« berfor rufen, to rai 
rtti] ©ei|rerL'er(rfib(]i, to Ia; 
down, co exorciio; Beiflf 
ober iregf annen, 10 conjure. 
©unnerberr, m. bannacet; 

Sannffuo), m. anatfaenia, 
(Banngut, i>. eontreband , 

bited good. 
SBanni.-l'ter, /. common 

preia (belonging to the 1 



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BtnRM 

»an mit übte,/, common mi 
vannofen, m. common oro 
»onnort, m. retreat. 
*5 o tin fpr udj, nt. exorciam, e 

munifstion, 

©ann(traf«, /. penalty of «: 

(Bantlftral, m. fulmination, 
' of 



SSanneogt, 'öannntart, 

ftlurfdjul*, tingM of tlie UU 
«atinw affer, n. forbidden 1 
«anguitr, m. sankar. 
»anfe, /. harn; large »quan 

© a n f e n , ™. fint »tomach in 
uiting »niraali. 
>ilr, ndj. baie, niked, deat 
bar @elo, rsady moneyi gebn 
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55 « §/ <»<&>. good. well ; tieftet/ better. 
55a §, m. in ber 3Rufif, base, bass. 
55affa, m bashaw, bassa, turkish 
governor of a province. 

Q5af fef t f fe, /. = tteffääftiger £ep* 

ptd) , tapestry of the low warp. 
55afigetge, / baseviol, bassviol. 

55affon, m. bassoon. 

53afipi>faune, /. serpent. 
55 a fi f a 1 1 e , /. bassstung. 
tB a fl , m. bast. 

55 afta, i/t^r;. = fyalt, genug, basta, 

srop , avast. 

55 afta, f. z=bat £reffa§ im£om6er* 

fptcC , basto , ace oi clubs. 
Saftant, adj. =z ^inlängtta) , tüa> 

tia, sufhcient, competent, qualified, 

capaliic. 
55 a frür t, m. bastard. 
93 oft ei, ibafuon,/. bastion, bul- 

wark. 
©aflbut, m. hat of bast. 
55 a ft matte, /. bastcover. 
53 aft (trief, m. bantrnpe. 

53a tat de, /. = (BnMacbt, battle. 
55atai((on, n. = $a$n , battalioii. 

55ataten, -plur. Spanisb pataroes. 

55attft, m. cambric, lawn. 

85 at i fl tv eb er, in. rambricweaver. 

Batterie, /. = (gtücfbett, @tücf* 
wall, ©tucfbettung; <fcef<bu$, bat- 
tery; 55attertefHl<f , batterypiece. 

55äfce, /. bitch. 
55a$e, /. cait-tilt. 

55a$en, m. batz, or four Kreutzers. 
55 a £ i g , adj. saucy , pert , imperti- 
nent , froward. 
33 Ct: m. buiiding; bc$ 2(<fer$, agri- 

culture ; tie «yrt, tvte eine @ao)e ge* 

tauet tfl, *trnctiire, fabric; ein ®e? 
bäube, buiiding, cdifice; Pon Ztyie» 

ren, unter bcr &rbe, den ; alt 6tra*' 

fe, condemnation to the public 

woiks. 
55aitamt, r. builtoffice, buiiding- 

cotirt. 
55auanfd?(ag, m. estiniate (of a 

buiiding). 
55 fl u a r t , /. structure , manner of 

buiiding. style, architecture. 
55auauffefyer, m. Superintendent 

of buiiding. 
55 au 6ar, adj. arable. 
55aubebarf ; m. buiiding materials. 
gjaubegnabigung, /. buiiding 

Privileges. 
55 a U d) , m. belly, paunch, worob; 

eineä Segele, foot, belly. 
55aurtbrüd) / m. gastrocele. 
55aucb&enntngen, 53au(bbte* 

(en, -pl- thick stuft and ceiling 
plared next to the heel over afl 
the floortimbers. 
3}au<bbiener, m. glutton, belly- 
irod. 

audttf f. bück , bucking. 
' U dj e U , v. r. a. to bück. 



55auä)f(u|, m. dysentery. 
55auaSgurt, m. surcingle. 

5$ a u $ g r im m e n , n. gripes , belly« 

ache , colick. 
55 au (big, baucfttg, adj. bellica, 
Q^au (blaut, adj. ventriloqnous. 

©audjrebner, m . ventriloquist, 
»«baud)rtemen, m. beliyband. 
33aucbforge,/. belly care. 
55 a u $ jl (l (f, w. bellypiece ; floortim- 

ber , floortimber amidship y (flat, 

rising, futtockrid^r). 
55aud>n}el^ / 7i. belly ache. 

55 au en, v. r. a. to buUd; bte (Reffe« 

to fiequent the fair ; Sftefier, to build 
nests, to nest; bat ^}ferb tfl febr 
f(b6n gebaut, the l>orse is Tery well 
shaped ; aufetwai, to rely on, upon; 
ein v3ergu?erf, to dig miues, to mine; 
glatb^, ^opfen, 3Betn, i^onig, ©eibt, 

to cultivate , produce , tili. 
55 au er, m. ein 55auenber, btiilder; 
£anbmann. peasant. counrryman; 

ber unterfre @ptege(tt>range, ober 
Söorre im ®d)iff, lower transona; 
ein wabrer 'tgauer, a downright ms- 
tic; ein grober 23 au er, a clown, 

countrypiit, boor, bumpkin; int 
^artenfpiel, knave: — n. cage. 

Q5auerfrau, /. countrywoman. 

v 3auergut, n. farm , co py hold. 

55auerj^aft, adj. rustic / apres tic, 

clowuish; ein bauer^afte^ «Befe«, 

rusticity. 

55auer(^of, 55auern^of, m. farm- 

house. 
55auerbunb, m. mastifF, curdog. 
55auerputte ; /. cottage. 

^5 6 U e r t tt , /. countrywoman. 

5$ ä U e r i f dj> , adj. agrestic, rustical 9 

ciownish, boon'sh. 
55 a U e r n f n 0-p f , m. singleknot. 

55auernfa>enfe, /. villa^e aiehou- 

se, country al«house 9 country tap- 
house. 

55auernfenf, m, mithridate mu- 

stard. 
55auerp Uttin^g, /. foxes made of 
nine ropeyarns. 

55auevfobaft, 5}auertt(tanb # /. 

peasantry. 

<Sa uer^man n, m. f. 55auer. 
$auerfpra4e, 55auernfpra< 

d)€ f f. country dialect. 

Sauerßols, 55auern(lo(a, m. 

ciownish Pride, silly haughtinest« 
55auer^o(r, n. countrrpeople. 
55aufa((tg / adj. u* adv. decaying 9 
" ruinous. 

55 a U f a l ( t g f e 1 1, /. crasiness t decay. 
^augerat^e, n. tnaterialt for 

buildine. 
Saugerufl, n. scaffolding, scaffold 

ns cd at buiiding. 
55aubaft, adj. capable of being 

worktd or build. % 

S 4 u \) e r r, m. builder ; edile. 




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©edjer, m. cup , chalice, göblet. 
©ecfcern, v. r. n. to tipple, to sot. 
©ecfen, n. basin, bason , pan. 
Serf cn fd&läger, m. brazier; tin- 

man. 

©ecfer, f. ©äcfer* 

S e b a d? e n , v.r.a. to roof , cover 
with a roof. 

©eba<$t, m. consideration, delibe- 
ration , consultaiiön , premeditati- 
on , foresighc , circumspection ; 

tnit©ebacfytreben, to speak conside' 

ran ly. 

©ebacfot, adj. f. fcebenfen. 

©e bärtig, adj. cönsiderate, dis- 
creet, circumspect, sober: — adv. 
cunsideiately , discreetly, circum- 
spectly, advisediy etc. 

© c b ä rf> 1 1 i dj>, adj. unb adv. wo$l 6e* 
bäd)tlid) , well advisdd, f, frebäo^tig. 

©ebactytfam, a J/. circumspect ive : 
— a Ji . circuraspectively , f. btb&d)» 

©ebad) tfamfett, /. circumspect- 
ness, considerateness, adviscdness. 

$ebanf en, v. r. r**. to return 
thanks; ro dccline an offer; \ä) bc* 

banfe mia) baffcr, I don't like it. 

1 ©ebaren, v. «. r. = ru&ig »erben, 
winbftiU- werben, to fall calm, to 

be aiiu. 
©ebarf, in. need, want, neecssity; 

jum ^ebarf, for tho occasion. 
©ebau ern, v. r. «. to pity, be- 

moan , deplore f bewarf, mourn 
fori 6creuen, to Tepent, regtet. 

©ebeefen, v. r. a. to cover; t?on 
Sterben, to cover; fcon Jpunben, to 
Hilft i?on ijengfien, to leap on, to 
cover; 6efd)ltfcen, to »heiter, pro- 
teet; tcr Gebeerte Söeg, tbe covered 
way. 

©ebeefung,/. covering; militari* 

fd)e / escort, convoy, guard. ' 

©ebe((, m. beadle. 

©ebenf, m. consideration; blt (?G» 
<$C fhtyt in ©ebenf, the matter is 
uniler consideration. 

©ebenfen, r. i. a. toconsider, co- 
eitate, examine, weigh, ponder; 
jicfj fccfcenfen , to advise wiili one's 
seif; fict) anbcrS fcebenfen, tochange, 
alter ohe's mind; cineS ©effern, to 
bethiuk one*s seif better ; feine ©e» 

funbljeit, to mind; im Seframent, 

to leryembt'r, prövide for; ber 

JDoctur würbe artig fcebacfct, the 

Jihysician was handsonicly acknow- 
edged; einen Debentcn (äffen, ityn 
gu oebenten geben, to pm one in 

miiid ofi 
©eben Jen, n. con?ideration . dcli- 
beration, dotibt, hesitation ; ©eben* 

fen tragen, to doubt, to baL*nce, 

hesitate ; einf)o(£n, to ask — " cravt 
— desire an ad vice. 



©ebenfttu), adj. doubtful, dubious, 
captions, nice, critical; ein 6ebenf» 
lieget !Dafepn, a precarious exi- 
stehee. 

©ebenftidjfeit, /. doubtfulness, 

nicety, cap:iousness, scruple, ir> 
rnsolutio» , timidity. 

©ebenfjeft, /. time to consider, 
respit, respite, delay, leistire. 

©ebeüten, v. r. a. tt. n. to signify, 
denoie; anzeigen, to intimate, de* 
clare ; ttorauä, to forebode, presage, 
portend; jurec^tweifen , to «xplain, 
cönvince, undeeeive; ttirftlQ fepn, 
to be of moment, to imporf; i^re 

®cf;6nbeit f)at nt^t t>ie( au tebeu* 

ten , sne is not remarkable for her 
beauty. 
©eben ten, n, intimation, injon- 
ction. 

©ebeutenb, ttbtutfäm, adj, 

significant, imporrant, imposing, 
pregnant: — adv. significaiitly.' 

©ebeutfamf et t, f. significance. 
©ebeutnng, /. tiguification, dt- 
notemeut, acceptioii. rreaning. 

©ebienen, v. r. a. !t)ien(le leiflen, 

to serve, attend; ein 2(mt, to otiiee, 
ädministerj tvcii Gebient er? what 
is his employment? t in harten fpie(, 

ftarbe bettnuen. to fbllow suit; fkcfy 

einer <&ad)t Gebienen , to make um 

of. 9 
©ebtente, m. servant, man, atten- 

daut ; offiecr. 
©ebienung, /« service, atrendance; 

a((e ©ebiente, domestics; ein %mU 

oflice, employment, ftinction; Slufi 

Wartung, aecommodatipn. 
© e b t n g , m. condition , clause , ac- 

coid , term. 
© e b i n g e n , v.La. to articule, con* 

dition, covenant, agree, bargain t 

contract , itipulate ; eine ©aare, co 

cheapen. 
©ebtngt, adj. conditionate, con- 

ditionary. 

© e b i n g U n g , /. condition ; stipula- 
tion , covenant* 

©eörangen, v. r. a. to aggrieve, 
oppress, torment, troubie, grind» 
alliier, clog, grieve, preis» vex; 
6ebrangt, in distress. 

©ebrangni§, n. grievance , pres- 
sure, oppression, torment, distress. 

©ebf angung, /. aAliction , griev- 
ance, pression, vexation. 

©ebrauen, f. 6ebro^en. 

© e b r 1) e n, v. r. «. to threaten, mt- 

nace. 
© e b r i) l % «$, adj. tlireatening, com- 

minatory. 
©ebro^ung, /. tlireatening, xne* 

nacing. 
©ebr uefen, v. r. a. to print upon. 
© e b r it cf e n , v. r. a. to oppress. 
© e b r u cf u H g ,/. oppression. 



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»efinben, v. i. a. to lind; bflfur 

hüllen, iomK«; befunden werben, 
to he found. to prov«; fdjutbig be, 
flitittri werben, to be bronght in 
gnilty: — v.i.rrctpr. to findone's 
•elf. co be; irf) fcrfinbe miifl ">obl, 
I am well: wie befinben @ie fcp ? 
how <l-i von do ? 
efillberi, it. condition, itate of 



1(6, arfj. to be found, in 

present, effective, real. 

Sef leiten, v. r. a. to blot, snot, 
defile, foul, bemho, besmear, 
■lain. imuttlate ; entebren, entweib' 
en, cevunreinifl.en , to defile, stain, 
poliute, com «mimte, ipot , mit 
»Ulfen (ifffffi-ii , gut, to patcb ; 
fdjtetbt, to botoli. 

i e f 1 1 ff u rt g, f. conUmination, filth, 
fikliiueas, «laining, defiliug, pol- 
lution ; patolriiig, botehin^. 

iefleigcn, v. i. teeipr. (vert. U' 

pi(Tcn, imp. brfliS), befleiß igen, 

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fl<b ber Ä'urje beftifint, a breTity 

Oeflfifitqimg,/ (tudiousnest. 

fBcf f ie.ß e n, v. f. a. to flow, Bush 
np»n; mit 'Blut beftofTen, stained 
wit.ii blood. 

Qefllrrttt, ai/j.huiy, indlistrious i 
feptt, to bft suidious, to endeavonr, 
tobe diligent; ber <ffii|rert|~4often, 
to sindy; ein -Befliflener, student. 

SSefEtffenbeit , /. studiousness , 
luidtii'y. 

»erltig ein, v. r. a. to wing, to 
add winga to; einen ttßalb, to cut 
• laim tlirongli a forest; beflitgett, 

»efotilf n, v. r. a. to foHow, pur- 
auo, obev. execnte, p-Tform ; tt 
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ben , äccessary to one's min, 

Beför!) cvti, i-, r. «. ©aAen, SBu«» 
ren, to fiinher, for ward ; einen ju 
€bl'Cll , to promote, advance , pre- 

©eferberung, /. fimherance, pro- 
motion , adrancemen', prefermenl; 

für ißefbrbening ber Äünfle, for tbe 



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»(frae^tuns, /. freighting, «f. 

freightmenc. 
QJefragen, v, r. a. to ufc, examine, 

iiueirogate, queition; ff* \, to en- 

q.me , consuft ; befragen ®ie 3&re 
eigne gufrtebeitseit, coniult your 

»tfragun g, /. examlnation t quei» 
tioning, intorrogation , inquiry. 

iSefreien, v. r. a. to free, deÜTer, 

•ffrarchise, acqitit , exempt : ffa 

befreien, to g« rid of. 

5Sttl'eicv, m. deliverer. 
SS e f r e i u n g , / deÜT««nc« , iflr.a- 
ebiiemene. 

»tTfCmbtn, v.o. to vtondrr , to 
seooi »trange, to amate , aitoniab, 
snrprixe, to Strange tt. 

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»efreunben, v. r. a. to befriend, 

faTourj beftennbet fnjn, to Uava 
fnends, to be related, 
»efreanbeter, m. «11», «Uied, 
inociate, frisud, relation, kiu- 

»efreunb'ung,/. befriending, al- 
liance , relation , affinity. 

»efriebigen, t>. r . «. mit einer 
Stauer, einem Jaune, to endo»» 
■with a wall, bedge; lufrieben pel« 
(en, to content, gratify; eilten &lklU 
biger ( to content, pay, »atiify ; hu 
anfügen, to appeaae, aasuage, al. 
lay, calm, atoue, paeify. 

»efrtebigung,/. encloiiuat eon- 
tenting, eatüfymg, gratiüeaiion, 
appeaamg, atoning. 

gefrieren, v. ,". n. to Fraaia orer; 
befTorcn , frozen oven. 

»efrobnen, v.r.a. to impoie witb. 
drudging day'» work, to inpoM 
labour; to put under im«, to 



»tfriKbtf 
fertilize ; 

©efrutbtun 
fruitfulneM 

»efugen, 



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8, f. fruetificatioa , 

Tertflity, f " 



fneundity. 
i. to en title, to 
, iglit; befugt feijB, 

to mtji nght, priTilega, power, 
to be aiitliorized. 
»efugnifi, /. competence, rigbt, 
power , antbority , tili» , claim ; 
baben, to hare a riglit, be entiiled. 
®efug t, part.ed}. «ntir.led; ein be« 

fügtet Jfitge, a competent witnen. 
SSefübfen, v.r.a. to feel, fumble, 
tonch, handle, grope. 

»eförojten, v . r.a. to fw, to b* 

.ifraid, to apprehend, 
»egaben, p. r. a. to endow , re- 
gal«, to bestow; begabt, endowed, 
gifted. 



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'35 t C| I LI cf ll 11 g , /. blcsiing. 
•P e l1 n ü b t 5 n rt , v. r. a. einen SKiffe« 
tbätcr, to pardon; mit einein Suite, 

Begnadigung', f. grace , favour, 

pardoninp;; granting favnnrs. 
1B e 9 tt ü 9 c n , «, r. reeipr. to be con- 

tented , satisfied , plcaiad, to ac- 

cjiiieica. 

Be gnügfam, oJ^'. easily satisfied, 
ccn teilt, contentlul , cantented : — 
aiiu. ciintcntedly. 

®egnüd fallt feit, /. conttntedneaf. 

Begraben, v.i.a. to bllry, inteir. 

Bearäbtitg, n. biuial. ftü.ersl, in- 
nre, obsoquies, fu- 



t t , m. burying placo. 

10«. a./;. bearued. 
r.a. to cover. clotri« 
beträfet , grassy; fitb 



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Beg 
Begraiei 

befirafen, tu graie, feed upon grass. 
'Befira.ueti, v. n. to gtuw ald. 



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tfen, v- i. o. mit ber £anb, 

to iiaiulLe, feol, grope , grabble, 

fnmble, toiicli; fld) im Saiten, to 
take hold of, appichend; fid) tili 
Seme, in recoviv; bcit 3)ul6, 
feel; ba* USicft , to fccl, tou. 
ftnl'dlltcfitn, tu com preli und; ilt (l(tj 

enthalten, to com." : - "■ " 

ftatlbe, to comp 






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3« gültigen, w ; r. d. to glve vali- 

«Öegiiltigung, /. anthorizatiem, . 

3 c ij ii ii ft i q € n , u. r. «. to favanr, 
grajifjr. coanwiwnpe, EWnt, 

j ( g ii r t e n, "■ r, «■ l0 begird, girrt, 

^egütern, v. r. a. to favoitr with 

fuud, riebe»; begütert, rieb, opn- 
änt , wealthy. 
*8eqil tigetl, v. r. a. to nppeate, 

paeify; ju begütigen, appenaable. 
55egüttgung, /. »ppeamig, paei- 

5 C !> a <l v e ti , v. r. a. to corer witb 

h.iir; bebaart, hairy. 
'geboefen/ v. r. a. to hew, grub, 

lop; tif erbe, to grub. 
■jVctjof t e t, laken, linpt cloie, bur- 

dunud, «Slictcd , p Bsesied , «[. 

tatnted ; mit ©djutben bebaftet, 
charged with debla , indrbted, 
loa den witli dehn; mit l'ofiern, 
»uhjeet to vices; mit einer SYanf> 
t>eit, affected . troiibled , alDicted 
with a disenso; mit ber tytft, in- 
fecied with the plague. 
•St bagen, v.r. Import, to like, to 
plene, to deliglit in; ti b(bdf)l 



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Btareifti*, a Jj. a Ppi 
telügible, comprehei.. 

ablu: — ade. appreliensively, com. 
prehemiblv, coiiceivablv- 
»egreif lirtjf til, /. cönceivabl«. 
iipss , ^ppreliensjvrntss , intellißi 
bllMM. 

$fgrtnjert, 6earäit(«n, t. r. n 
to bnider, confine, circiinAcribe, 

«egriff, m. im Begriff fwi, to b= 
about; er ftebt im 'BcgniYc abjureU 
fen, he is abont to depart; eilt fur^ 
Jtr ipegrijf, abridgment, abitr;ict. 
epiiomo, narrotr cüimiast; Mtitu 
ftonbcS, notion; ber tßernanft, ide.i; 
iSorflcUung, coueeption, .ipprehcu 



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•Segurfen, v.r. a. to behold, t 



Sici'fdjlflfl beb»gt iijui nirftt, be doe* 
not reüsli tbo propoial. 
© ei) j gen, n. delight, eomfort, plea- 

fßeüo'alj«, «rf;. pl««ing. pluiant, 
Bgreeable , comfort.ible : — mäv. 
pleasantlv . comfortably. 

<5tl) iglidjfttt, /. agreeablaneM, 
conifnnablenetl, cumlorl, eaas. 

©eh oll' t ein, v. a. r. to haltet, to 

Bebalt, m. seütimenl, deiign, opi- 

nion , purport ^ meinet Bebaltf , in 
my tbinking, in my opinion. 
Behalten, v. i. a. to keep, retaini 
bei ftcb bflialleii, to keep to oiie'i 
eelF; im @tbädjtnift, to keep in rc 
nienibunce; ^offiiuiig, to keep np 
a bope; leiibt tu bebalteit, easy to 
1 ; — '■ tcbaltcneii ed;iff/ «bip 



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•nivarory-, fl'iv gifrfje, fislipornl ; für 

Bcbält'nie,». f. Ätf*e,' ©etrtibe, 
oonterratory ; f. 2BaiTer, wiorroir. 

Bebottfam, aJj. tenacions, rulen- 
tive; bauerbaft, lasting, dutable. 

Beb «Itfomfeit, /. retentivoneM. 

*S e b a n b e I n , v. r.a. to treat . prac- 
[iae. nie, manage, bandle; eine «f 
röiiie Onantttät, to contract fori 
eine 3Baare, to bargain for; feiU 
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bei ber ?Caf*e fi^en, to be engag- 

ed at the bottle ; bei £ofe (eben, 
to live at court ; id) f)abe bei tym 
angeflopft, I knocked at his door; 

er ^at fein ©elb bei fiep, he has no 
nionev about hini; etn$ bei ein$ f 
one by one; bei ^funben , by 
pounds ; ber Äonig Itegt bei einem 

tßettler, tlie king lies by a beg- 
gar; bei Sftamen nennen, to call by 
one's name ; beim Äriege gewinnen, 
to profit by the war; bei jenem 
itfyerifd)cn tifftte! by yon ethereal 
light! bei aubreebenbem Sage, by 
break of day; bei läge, byday- 

light , by day ; bei meiner ©eltg* 

fett/ as I hope to be sared; bet 
bem Stoffe, upon the rirer; ein 
aortrefflicber öfficier bei jeher fu&» 
nen Unternehmung, an exccllent of- 

ficer upon any boid enterprize; 

bei üebentfftrafe, upon, on life; bei 
biefen großen Gegebenheiten, upon 

these great events; bei StobcSflrafe, 
upon — on — under pain of death; 

bei biefen 3Borten, upon diese words; 
bei meiner £fyre, on — upon mv 
honour; i<b bin bei btr, I am with 
you ; man fann niefct bei ityrn aufyai* 
ten, there is no living with hini; 

bei jemanb liegen, fiepen, ffblafen, 

to lie — stand — slecp # with so- 
mebody; behalte ba$ bei bir, keep 
it with you ; bai gilt bei mir nichts, 

that ftoes for norhin^ with me ; 

tat ifi bei if)m einerlei, that is all 
one with him ; bei offenen Spüren, 
with open doors ; bei offenem Jen* 

(ler, with the window ouen ; bei 
einem in ©unft fleben, to be in fa- 

vour with one; bei ber Äirdje, near 
the church ; er b<*t min) bei geller 
unb Pfennig beaafylt, he has payed 

me to the last farthing ; flu) bei 
jemanb bebanfen, to render tbanks 

to one; bei Sauren fern, to be in 
years; bei feinen Sebjeiten, in Ins 
lifetime; feine SXeoJnung bei etwa* 

ftnben , to find one*s aecount ina 

thing; bei Sinnen fewn, to be in 
onc% light senses; bei einem um 
SJergebung bitten, to beg one*s par- 
don; bei jld) bleiben, to keep one's 
temper; bei alle bem, for all that; 

bei ©elegenbeit, occasionally;, bei 
@cite, aside ; — adv. bei %eiteti t 
be'imes; bi(bt bei, close by; bei 
weitem , by much , by fax. 

5J e i a n , adv. hard by. 
Setarbeiter, m. helpmate, aasi- 

stant. 
Quart//, variety. 
Qeibe^alteff, v.r.a. to keep» keep 

on , to retain. 
Beibehaltung//. keeping, totain- 

ing. 



Q3eibiegen, v.i.a. to subjoin, en- 
close, annex. 

gj e i b i n b e n , v. i. 0. to bind by, 

up ; tie to. 

<5 e t b 1 e , m< bym essenger , extra« 
messenger. 

beibringen, v.i.a. to bring by — 
forward — forth — in; @ift, to 
poison; einen @t0§, to bring in 
a tbrust , to thrust ; $eugrn , to 
produce witnesses; einen tyetveii, 
to adduce aproof; nufcltdfte SölNCtt* 
fc^aften, toinstruct, instill; etwa! 
©Ute$ Ober liebelt, to insinuate, 
suggest; £rofl* to convey com- 
fort; wieber beibringen, to reuieve/ 

Beibringung, /. *on fctft, poi. 
soning; eine? @tofie6, thrnstmg; 
Unterricht, Eingebung, Instruction, 
instillation , insinuation, Sugge- 
stion. 

Qeicfcte, /• confession; JUr Qei^tf 

?ie$en , to confess , to make c>n- 
essiqn; Beizte fi^cn , to sit for 
confession ; einem .Öeicbte Ijoren, to 

hear one's confession. 
QJ c i <6 1 e n , v. r. a. to confess. 
35 e i <b t e r , m. confessor , penitent. 
Qetcbtgelb, n. the confessor 1 s feet. 

shrovemoney. 
53 ei nötiger, m. confessor, peni- 

tencer. 
Beid;tf inb, n. penitent, shrivel- 

in£. 
QJ e i a) t f i fc , m. confessionary. 
Bei^tflu^l, m. confessional, com- 

fessionchair. 
<5etc^tt?ater, m. confessor, fathet 

confessor. 
Q5 e i c^ t J e i t , /. time of confession, 

shrovetide. 
Beiä^taettel, m. sbrift, shrore- 

ticket. 

QJ e i b e , ddj. v iur. both ; feiner i?on 
beiben foll ei ^aben, neither of 

them shall have it; id^ will btt 
6eil*e< geben , I '11 give 701t both ; 
beibe, SXänner unb 5öetber, both 
nien and women; wir beibe/ both 
of us; pe beibe, both of them. 

Setberlei, adj. both, of both. 

«öeiberfei ttg, adj. of both , r«ci- 

procal. 
&eiberfei t$, adv. on both sidea; 
nun flnb wir betberfeiU frei/ now 

we are both free. 
g$eiberwanb, /. linseywooliay. 

05 e i b i n g , «. additional thiog ; bj- 

court. 
Q3 et b leb ig, adj. amphibiom. 
g^eibrud* en, y. r. a. to print to, to 

adjoin by print. 

q^eibrücfen, v.r.a. to set the soal 

to. 
gj eiern, v. r. a. to chim«. 
I »eieffen, n. bydish. 







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spitlio'i attl k?pi'tl, nichnmia. 
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3 OB fcr <* tr , m. <*i 
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Sei i 

f& t i tl 6 v u * , m. breaking of ■ leg. 
©eintiirve, adj. u dry n i boue. 
Seinem, a Jj. boue. 
«einfüllte, /. «einfmi, m. 

Se'iViViF'fi, m. bcnefiil,. 
Sctngeripp , Seingerufr, ». 

Seinbarnifrl), m, cum«, grB»*es. 
giciiib.ius, n. clmrnelhouie.. 
feein fidllt, /. peiio.teum. 
Qttlntlt ll, n. corofrey. 
S&ttBt»»(j, ». privet, prim« print, 

(ji-uiijuim, put». 
Sc iit bii K lein, n. redberried up- 

ri 6 Ut hoMymcMe. 
Semtdjt, adj. U. «<fi.\ »s hard as 

Setnig, ai//- U. adv. lsgged ; nraS 

.UnoAeit bat* bony. 
Sftntfeiöer, , »>fc br«eclie», »null 

Seinfncpf, m. boneknot. 
Sein log, udj. boneleii. 
Seinfage, /. bonataw. 

ff r i ii f dt c llc n , plut. fetter», aliack- 
" of t'.e legt. 

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«Witifdji 

Seipacfen, <■ r. a. to pack by. 
S t i p f e 1 B , n. Iiorso of re»crve. 
Beipflichten, t>. r. a. to agiemt, 

to approve, to coroply wich, 
Stiratb, in. idvicet einernteten« 

«ScivÄ tbifl, aJ/". advi*ing; &eir<\> 
tbig feun, to adyisc, give. advice. 

(•etat; irlj Tann tiidjt beireirben , it 

Seirii rf en, Beirutf 



Scifaiintien, aaV togatber; beifmn* 
»ICH i'icit'f ü , to keep together; bei- 
fmimieit ftcbCH, to bo cotitijttnt, 

S e ' i <b i "'• butcbcc'i bi'oom , 

kneräolly. 
S t i f A n f r ( UV w. r- *■ "> f«'ch, g*t, 

fur.nsli. 
Seifc&lnf, m. Ij-ingwitb; imebe« 

lidl.T, coneubinage. 
fpeiftblofcr, ™, bedfellow. 
SeifAlä fert« , /. femal« bed- 

lellowi eoneiibine. 
$| ei fit) lag, m. falsa eoin ; atone 

Sei frfi laaen, v. i. n. to aasent, to 
agre« to, to cornply: -v. i. «. n- 
nert S«ef, to encloae a Jener. 

Beifdjliefien, p. i. a. *erfd)lie« 
gen , to lock up ; betfugen , to in 

®tiftf)fufi, m. incloaed. 
»eifdjlüffef, m- bykey i ©ietvid), 

pick lock. 
Sei fibuiflcf» n». tang, aftertatte. 



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Seiffbreifcen, v. i. «. f 



©etffblifi, m. conti'ibution, quota, . 

■«Vi"(j»«i, -. hyiail. 

•öeifett, ^D.uid«; führen, tu U.d 
— takeagide; aeben , to go asidej 
ffijen, (egen, to put — lay aside; 
tuun, to remove. 

^Seifeljf n, v- r. a. feitben) to da. , 

posit; Segel, to make aaji. 
Scifeyii, n. preience; ebne Bei» .. 
fevtl / without n vrimoas. 

a?i|"iljen, w. f. n. to »it by, to an- , 



Seifiger, 

«eifurge, /. concern, •o.licirade, 

leai; JiJeriiiuntfcbaft, ginrüimuhip, 



Ipiel geben , to iet an example 
Seifpiel'of, adj. unprscedenud. 
Setfp ringen, t>. I. n. io «id, bolp, 
adjuvats , reliere, 



¥> eifi beere, /. Guinea, o» Indira 

'Seiäelbeere, /.berberty. barberry, 
birbevry, pippetidgebuali. * 

i&tiitn, v. i. a. (rart. fBis. ijebif» 
fen, iiNyi. bil), to D'tei Pitt» fp»t* 
ten, to bita, bo pnngenti eine 6ci> 
fienfte %x\ jh reben, ■ pttugeut iura. 
ner of speecb ; fieb , to quarrel. 

©eifiig,' *dj. bitlng. 

'Seif, fer, m. nxidff.U. 

•Sei 6 tob 1, m. beer. 

■öetfilorb, m. »mwlc. 

Sei6ja"9'//=";" n gn'PP««.pi"- 
cer>; f leine, nippen , tweezcis. 

SeifraiiB, m. ai J, iiiiitanw, hetp, 

lief, adjiiment, cotnfort; leiten, 
to give a;aittance; im Äartenfpielf, 
to croopi Aelfer, aid, abettor, af. 
sisiant, helper, reliever, adjiitor, 

^eiftebfn, V. i- «. to stnnd by; 
fifl. , to aasitt, back, tiipport ; mit 
£rpft, to comfort; in oer ftettirt, 
to lay a woman. 

iöetfieber, pi. bystander. 

® e i (i t n e r , /.-contribution, oupply, 

SJJei|"ttii ern, v. r. n. to convribut»; 

to coiiciti' to a collecüon. 
53 e i ft i in m e n , v. r. n, to coaien z. 

Hierin f. beifalien, 
'S e i 1 1 1 m m u n g , /. conaent , aiient. 
Qieitifili, m. aideboatd, b*table. 
Beitrag, m. com-riliutiot. ■ Seitrog 

tljun, to contributi. 



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f5e?(uge(n, v, r. a. to censuTe, 
pass judgment lipon, to criticise, 
muster. 

Qeflunterrt; v. r. a. to bedaggle, 
bedaub one's seif. , 

© f f m m C tl, v.i.n. to get, receive ; 

einen (Dienfl, to obtaiu; eine %nu 

»Ott, jur 5(nttP0rt, to reeeire an 

answer; in) tonnte i$n nicfjt au febn 
feefommen, I conld not get a sight 
of him; eine Stelle , to get to a 
post; fyiütfycn , to blossom , begin 
to blossom ; Söutael, to strike root, 
tahe root; eine olranfbeit/ to fall 
•ick ; 3ä^ne ; to breed teetli; mit 
feun, to become, to do; WObfbe» 
fomm'l eud) ; mnch good mav it do 

to you ; fortfommen , ton @ewac$* 

fen, to thrive, prosper. ' 
55efofren, v. a. r. to taste. 
95cf o fle r, m. tastet. 
SefofHgen, r. r. a. to diet , feed, 

board. ^ 
53ef6frtgung, /. nourishment, 

maiutenance , food, board. 
53ef r a f ttgen, r. r. *. to corrobo- 

rate, sircngthen; befrtftigen, to con- 

firm, nvouch, attest, assert, conso- 

lidate. 
53efrafttgung, f. corroboration, 

confirinauon, certification. 
55 e f r a n J e n , v. r. a. to wreath, 

crown with a garland. 
QJefra^en/ v. a. r. to Scratch, to 

scrape. 
55 ef reifen, v. a. r. to encircle. 
S^frcuaen/ v. a. r. to cross. 
55 e f r t e d) e n, u. i. a. to ci eep upon, 

climb up to, crawl npon. 
55 * f r i e g e n , v. r. a. to war , make 

war upon, wage war against; flu)/ 

to be at war. 
55 e f r i t t e l n ,- v. r. «. to find fault 

whh , censure, criticise. 

SBefronen, v. r. «. to crown. 
55efr6nung,/. crowning. 
55 e f u cf C n, v. r. a. to beliold, view. 
55ef ümm ern, v. r. a. to give con- 
cern, trouble, grieve, a Uli et; (id) 

um etroaS befümmern, to tr<»ible 

one's head about, to take cart of ; 

befüutmere bid) um biefy, mind your 
own busines»; befümmert fepn , to 
be concerned, troubled, solicitous, 
careful; ©Uter, to arrest, seise, 
•top. 

Sefummerntfi, /. aflliction, an- 

guish , grief, concern , trouble, 

torrow i pain, sadness, solicitude. 
55efÜ|fen, v. r. a. to kiss upon, 

to load with kisses; fid) , to kiss 

mutually. 
55 et a (ften, v. r. a. to laugh at; to 

deride, fo mock. 
55 C i <t b e n , v. i. a. to load , lade, 

freight, charge ; ben fftagen, to 

ciog one'g stomach. | 



53e(a0etet/ -plur. besiegers , be* 

leaguerers. 
33 e l a g e r n , v. r. a. to besiege , lay 

siege to, beset, beleagutr; fj&tt 

bct'apern, to lay close siege to. 
55 e ( *(| e r t e , p/ar. besie^od. 
Belagerung, f. besicgjng, siege« 
35 e (ant)/ m. weight, consequence, 

iinpottance. 
gelangen, v. ;•. a. to attain , to 

come at; to concern, regard, toueh; 

n?a^ ntitf) belangt, what belongs to 
me, as for nie ; einen gendjtftdp, to 

go to law with one , to accus«, 
lnfoim against, pnrstie ; et fanu 

niebt belangt werben, he cannot be 

sned in any court. 
55 e ( n g U it g , /. complaint , action 
in law, prosecution, aecusation. " 

55 e ( a p p e n / v.r. a. to furnish with 
rags or patches, botebes, to patch» 
to boteh. 

53 e t a (t C n , v. r. a. to bürden , clog» 
charge. 

55e(afligen, v. r. a. to molest, 
tronl-le, vex , . importime , over- 
charge, burden. 

Q3 c ( a |1 1 g u n g, /. molestation, vexa- 

tion. 

55 e ( a 1 1 e n / v. a. r. to provide with 

laths. 
belauben, v. r. a. to cover with 
lenves; fi(^, 'to produce leaves; ben 
^Sein, to prune, unieave. *Qti*\lbt/ 
leaved , leafy. 

belauern, v. r. a. to watch , tLoj» 
observe, lurk , snook, spy, lie ia 
wait for. 

55 e i a U f , m. amount , snm , the 
whole; ^öevengunj be^ ©d>iff6obenl 
torn unb hinten, rising of the thip's 
floor nfore and abaft. 

55e laufen, v. /. a. to ran, walk 
about; befruchten, to line, coupie: 
— v. i. reeipr. (l(f) / to amount; d 

belauft flu) auf fyunbert ^b^ler, it 

amounts to hundred dollars. 

55 e t a u f cfj e n , v.r.a. to watch, spy, 

' lic in ambush for. 
^5 e ( a u t e n , v. r. a. to publish , or 

celebrate by ringing of bell« ; to 

knoll, 
55 e i d) i n e , /• coot , common coot. 
»Beleben, v. r. a. to animnte, en- 

liven , quicken , vivify ; ber btlt* 

benbe ©onnen^ral, the geniai ray 

oü tlie sun. 
55 e l e b t, ad), animated» lively, quick» 
vivacious. 

%clebtl)e\i, /. quickness, viva« 

city. 
Belebung,/, animating , quicken- 

211g. 

Q3ele<f en, v. r. a. to lick. 

55 e l e 9/ n. border, seani, edge, tkirf v 

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CcHu^eln, v. r. a. to censure, 

pass judgment lipon, to criticise, 

muflter. 
©eflunfern, v. r. a. to bedaggle, 

bedaub one's seif. , 
55 f f m m C n, v. i.n. to get, receive ; 

einen (Dienfl, to obtaiu; eine $nt* 

»ort, JUT SCnttPOrt, to reeeire an 

answer; tef) tonnte i$n ntd)t au febn 

betommtn, J conld nor get a sight 
of him; eine @teüe# to get to a 
post; Q3lÜt^Crt / to blossom, begin 
to blossom ; 3But$e(, to strike root, 

takc root; eine orranfbeit/ to fall 

•ick; $tyne, to breed teetb ; mit 
fev"/ to become, to do; WObCbe* 
fomm ^ eud), mnch good mav it do 

to you ; fortfommen , ton @ewäo> 

fen / to thrive , prosper. * 
55efofren, r. «. r. to taste. 
55 ef öfter, m. tasten 
S e f 6 fl 1 9 e n / t\ r. a. to diet , feed, 

board. 
53ef6ftigung, /. nonrishment , 

maiutenatice , food, board. 

53ef r a f tigen, ?>. r. *. to corrobo- 

rate, sirengthen; beffatigen, to con- 
firm , nvouch, altes t, assert, conso- 
lidate. 
5$efrafttgung, f. corroboration, 
confirrnaiion, certification. 

53efranjcn, v. r. a. to wreath, 

crowJi with a garland. 
$ e t r $ e n / v. a. r. to Scratch , to 

scrape. 
fljef reifen/ v. a. r. to encnxle. 
55* freuten, t>. a. r. to cross. 
55efrteu)en, u. i. a. to cieepupon, 

climb up to, crawl lipon. 
53efrtegen, t>. r. a. to war, make 

war lipon, wage war against; flu), 

to be at war. 
55 e f r i 1 1 C l n /• v. r. a. to find fault 

witli, censure, criticise. 

(Befronen, v . r . a. to crown. 
55efronung,/. crowning. 
55efu(fcn / v. r. a. to behold, view. 
55efiimmem, r. r. «. to gi > ve con- 

cern, trouble, grieve, alüict; fi($ 

um ttxoai befümmern, to tr*»ible 

one's liead about, to take care of ; 

befümmere bia) um bid), mind your 
own business ; befümmert fei;n , to 
be concerned, troubled, solicitous, 
careful; ©Üter, to arrest, seixe, 
•top. 

©ef ummernifi, /. aflliction, an- 

giiish , grief, concern , trouble, 

sorrow , pain, sadness» solicitude. 
55etU)fen ; v. r. a. to kiss upon, 

to load with kisses; flu), to kiss 

mutually. 
55 e C a d) e n , v. r. a. to laugh at ; to 

deride, to mock. 
55 e l A b e n / v. i. a; to load , lade, 

freight, charge ; btti SRajen, to 
*og one't stomach. 



55e(a^eret/ -plur. besiegers , be* ; 

ieaguerers. j 

55elagern, v. r. a. to besiege , lay 

siege to, beset, beleagucr; f)Qtt . 

befagern, to lay close siege to, 3 

55 e f fl e r t e , -plur. besie^od. 
Belagerung, /. besieging, siege^ • 
gelang, m. weight, consequence, 

impoitance. . 

gelangen, v. r. a. to attain , to { 

com« af: ; to concern, regard, toueh; j, 

ipa^ mied belangt/ what belonga to , 

me, as for nie ; einen gertdjtüdp, to ^ 
go to law with one , to aecuse, ( 
ltifoim against, pursne ; et fann 

nid)t belangt werben, he cinnot be % 

sued in any court. 

55 e 1 a n g u n g / /. complaint , action ' 

in law, prosecution , aecusation. **', 

55 e i a p p e n , v.r. a. to furnish with •, 
rags or patches, botehes, to pateh» 
to boteh. 

53 e l a fl e n , v. r. a. to bürden , clo^ ö 
Charge. ;, 

55e(afligen, v. r. a. to molett 9 , 
tronl-le, vex , . iniportune , over« a 
charge, burden. ,,. 

55 c i a fr i g u n g, /. molesution, vexa- : 

tion. j ; 

55 C ( a 1 1 e n / v. a. r. to provide with ^ 
latfis. - >j 

5} e ( a u b e n , v. r. a. to cover with 
lenves; ftc^, - to produce leaves; bot ^ 
^Sein, to prttne, unleave. ^eUubt/ 
leaved , leafy. , ^ 

belauern, v. r. a. to watch , dog» ;, 
observe, lurk, snook, spy, lie im k 
w^ait for. ^ 

55 e C a U f / m. amonnt , srtm , tho 

whole; 2Jevengun<j bei ©c^tffSobcntf • 
torn unb hinten, p«ing of the shipV * 

floor afore and abaft. ' 

55e(aufen ; v. i. a. to ran» walk / 

about; befruchten, to line, coupUr/!. 

— v. i. reeipr. fld) , to amouixt; CC** 

belauft fld) auf fyunbert ^bater, it . 

amoiints to hundred dollars. 

5} e i a U f d) e n , v.r.a. to watch, ipy 9 [ 
lic in atnbush for. 

Geläuten, v. r. a. to publish, or ■[ 
celebrate by ringing of bellt ; to 
knoll, 

55 e ( d) i n e , /. coot , common coot. •£ 

$e(eben ; f. r. a. to animate, ea» • 

liven, quicken, vivify; ber 6c(C« 

benbe ©onnenftatf , the geniai ruf 

oi tlie sun. i 

gelebt, adj. animated, lively, quiek, ' 
vivacious. t 

55e(ebt^eit/ /. quickness , viva* 

city. 
Belebung,/, animating, quicken* "4 

ing. 
55c(ecP en, v. r. a. to lick. ^ j 

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3J ernstem; v. «. f. to lease* to 

farra , # to provide with a f arm er. 
SJcm^t ftcrit , v. r. a. tl. retipr. to 

master, to possess , seize; to van» 

quish, doniineer, subdtie , con- 

qu-er. 
Ufrimeiben, v. r.a. to mention ; 6e» 

meldet, mentioned , aforesaid; fte* 

melbeter ma§en, as aforesaid. 

85? mengen, v. r. rec. to meddle, 

to iiiterpose. 
85enierfüar, ad)*, observable. 
©emerfen, v. r. a. to mark, ob- 

serve , note, remark, make — take 

notice of. 

85 e m e r f e n $ tu e r t fy , ad}, woirth re- 

marking, deserving notice. 

85emertung, /. Observation , no- 
tice. 

85emifren, v.r. a.Vto bedung, ma- 
nure. 4 

fBeutitCeiben/ i». r. «. to commi- 

serate , liave compassion lipon. 
85 e III 1 1 1 C C t, «<//. wealthy, opulent ; 

eirt bemittelter üftann, a warm man. 

83 C W ft , ad 1 ;, mossy. 

85cm6rtetn, r. «. r. to plaister, 
to datib with mortar. 

35 e m ü ij e n , v. r. «. to trouble , mo- 
le.'-t; fld)/ to attemut, give one's 
•eit trouble, take pains, to endea- 
vour, labonr, strive ; wollen Sie 
ftdj nicf;t in bie <?tu6e bemühen, 
pray go — Step iuto the room. 

fBemüben, n. \ trouble, pains, 

85 e in Ü 9 U n g , /y endeavour. 

^emünbtg^rt, v. r. n. to authorize, 
to empower. 

85 e m Ü f f i 9 C n , r. r. ti. to # obiige, 
necessitate, impel» constrain, com- 
pül. 

85^n0^barert/t;.r. n?cipr. to neigh- 
bour. 

85enO(fc6art, part. neigkbouring. 

15 e n a d) r i a) t i q e n , v. r. a. to ad- 
vertise, advise, inform, send word, 
give notice, aecount. 

83cnac$rid)ttgung, /. infonna- 

tipu , advice. t 

85enad?t$ei(iaen, v. r. a. to pre- 

judice, dispront, detract from. 

gjena^t^eiltgung, /. prejudice, 

detriment, hurt, härm, damage. 
85 e n 9 e ( n / v. r. a. to nail , fasten 
with nails. 

85 e n a g e n ; i». r. a. to gnaw at , 

nibble. 

85 e n a l> e n , r. r. a. to sew upo», 

to seam. 
85 e n a Ut e It / v.r.a. to name, to give 

a name to ; JUItt ©pott/ to nick- 

name. 
85 C n a r 6 e »1 , ?>. r. a. to mark with 

scars; benarbt/ scarred, skinned 

over. 

83en.af cfoen, v. r. a. to taste of, to 
nibble, plunder. 



%}enhfietl f v. r. a. to bewet, liu- 
meetate , moisten , damp , make 
wet. 

?3 enüeli) olb f iu common birdcher- 
ry tree. 

85 C II e b e i n , v. r. a. to cover with 
mist^ to cloud, to dim ; einen mit 
©etranf, to in toxica te — fu ddle 
One ; benebelt / overcast , misty, 
fuddled« 

^8 e n e 6 fl, adv. together with ; with« 
all, besides. 

85enebeien, v. r» a. ±= pretfen , to 

bless. 
$enebictentraist/ n* bennet, 

avens. 
^Senefcictiner, m. benedictine. 

Öenefia, n. =fto((t^at / S8ort$eit, 
beneflt; ju 3emant)ö 55encfi3, for 

ont 1 « benefit. 
85 € n e f) m e n , , v. i. a. to take a-way, 
to deprive, abate ; ba$ benimmt ber 
@ad)C ntcfjtÖ , that derogates noth- 
ing of the matter; btC Äu^fl^t, to 

stop the sight; einen ^weifet/ to 

remove a scruple; ft(^ , to deport 

one's seif. 
85c nehmen, n. deportment, beha> 

viour. 
<5 e 1: c ^ m U tt 9, /. deprivation , dero- 

gation. 
85 ^ n e t b e n / v.r»a. to envy, gmdge. 
85enei,ben6ft>ert$, adj. enviable. 

\85 ^ n e t b U n § f f. envying, grudging« 
83 e n e n n e n , v. L a. to name , ap« 

point, nominate, a«sign. 

93cnennung, /. naming , appoint* 

ing, nomination. 

Senepen feun^ v> n. ton ©Riffen, 
bie auf beut (Srunbe fcflfl^en, to bo 

beneaped. 

Q5enge(, 85&ngeC/ m. ba*ton, cud- 

gel, stiek, club; CDtticfbenget, bar; 

©loaenb», bellclappeT; <pumpenb v 

swipe; grober f dunce, bumkin, 

blockhead, clown. 
85 e n i <f e n, v>r.a. to nietate, nod at. 
<5 e n i e ; m e n f v. r. a. to name 

tp point. 

85eniefert/ v. r. a. to 

sneezing. 

!85 e tt 6 1 ^ t g e n, v. r. ä. to force , ob* 
iige, compell; benotfyigt fenn, to 

want, stand in need ot. 

85enfenfeibe, ^ginfen fetbe-/ /. 

cottongrass. 

83enu^en, 6enii^en, i>. r. a. to 

employ, to use , pront, take «d* 

vantage of; einen Sort^et( f to im- 

prove an advantage. 
*5 e n a e , n. ein Jparj , ben Jamin. 
^eo6ad)ten, v. r. a. to observe ; 

to watch; feine @$ulbtgf eit , to 

perform one's dutv; einen fytfcfyl, 
to execute an order; bl€ 3t\t f to 
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55 e meiern; v. «. f. to leas«, to 

farni , to provido with a f arm er. 
35 e Ut ^ t fl: € r n , v. r. a. U* rebipr. to 

masler, to possess, seize; to van» 

quish , domineet, 8 üb du e , con- 

qu-er. 
55 e m € C b C 11/ v. r. a. to tncntion ; 6e» 

meldet, mentioned, aforesaid; bc» 

meldetet ma§en, as aforesaid. 
55? mengen, v. r. rec. to meddle, 

to inteipose. 
55 e hi e r f o a r , «d)\ observable. 
55 e m e r f e n , v. r. «*. to mark , ob- 

scrve , note, remark, make — take 

notice of. 

55 e m e r f e n S tu e r t fy , a dj. worth re- 

niarking, deserving notice. 

55 e ni e r t U n g , /. Observation , no- 
tice. 

Qemiftetl/ v.r. a.Vto bedung, ma- 
nure. 4 

55€mitCctbcit/ t». r. «.. to commi- 
serate , have compassion lipon. 

55 C m i 1 1 e C t, «<//. wealthy, opulent ; 
eirt bemittelter $Ratm, a warm man. 

55 * «t fl / «<//. mossy. 

55 c m 6 r t e ( n / v. a. r. to piaist er, 
to daub with mortar. 

53 e m ü 1? e n 7 v. r. <*. to trouble , mo- 
le.-t; ftd)/ to attemut, give one's 
seit trouble , take pains , to endea- 
vour , labour, strive ; Wolfen @ie 

fidj nidjt in bte <?tu6e bemühen, 
pray go — Step iuto the room. 
55<müben, n. \ trouble» pains, 
55 e in ü 9 u n g , /.y endeavour. 
5$ e m Ü tt t) t g £ rt, u. r. n. to authorize, 
to empower. 

55emüffigen, v. r. w. to oblige, 

necessitate, impel» constrain, com- 

pel. 
55ina^baren>V.r. reeipr. to neigh- 

bour. 
55enO(fc6art, part. neighbouring. 

55 e n a dj> r i eft t i g e 11 , i>. r. a. to ad- 

vertise, advise, inform, send word, 
give notice« aecount. 
55enac$ri<$ttgung, /. infonna- 
tipu , advice. t 

55enad?t$eiligen, v. r. a. to pre- 

judice, dispront, detract from. 

^eno^t^eiligung, /. pre judice, 

detriment, hurt, härm, damage. 
55 e n a g e ( n / v. r. a. to nail , fasten 

with nails. 
55 e i! a g e n , v. r. a. to gnaw at , 

nibble. 
55 e n a f? e n , r. r. a. to sew upoa, 

to seam. 
55 e n a m e it / v. r. a. to name, to give 

a name to; um ©POtt, to nick- 

nanie. 
55 C n a V 6 e tl / i>. r. a. to mark wilh 

scars; benarbt, scarred, tkinned 

over. 
55en.afc&en / v. r. a. to taste of, to 

nibble, plunder. 



to bewet, hu- 
damp , make 



55en&$en, v. r. «, 

meetate , moisten , 

wet. 
t&enüelt) Qlbf tu common birdcher- 

ry tree. 
benebeln, v. r. a. to cover with 

mist} to cloud, to dim ; einen mit 

©etronf, to intoxicate — fuddle 

One ; 6enebeU , overcast , misty, 

fuddled. 
^Ö e n C 6 fl, aäv. togetker with ; with« 

all, besides. 

55enebeien, v. n a. = pretfen, to 

bless. 

iB^nebictettftaut/ n. bennet, 

avens. 
33enebictiner, m. benedictine. 

Öenefij f n. = factytyat , S8ort$eiC, 
benefit; ju 3^ntanb^ 95cncfJ5, for 

ont 1 « benefit. 

Q5 en cl) m en,, r. 1. a. to take a-way, 
to deprive, abate ; bü$ benimmt bft 
&ad)C tli(t)t$, that derogates noth« 
ing of the matter; bie &u£fi(yt, to 
•top the sight; einen ^tveifti, to 
remove a scruple; ft(^ , to deport 
one's seif. 

55* nehmen, n. deportment, beha- 
viour. 

<5 e it e ^ m U tt g, /. deprivation , dero- 
gation. 

53 e n e t b e n , v.r*a. to envy, gnidge. 

55cneibenpn>ert^/ adj. enviable. 

\1& e n e t b U n g 7 /. envying, grudging. 
benennen, v. /. a. to name , ap« 
point, nominate , a«sign. 

53cnennung r /. naming , appoint- 

ing, noniinatiou. 

53enepen feyn» v> n. ton &d)iften, 
bie auf bem @runbe feßfifecn, to b« 

beneaped. 

55cngel, 55ängel, m. ba^ton, cud- 

gel, stiek, club; CDrucfbtngef, bar; 

©loaenb», bellclapper; <pumpenb., 

swipe ; grober ; aunce , bumkin, 

blopkhead, clowii. 
^5 e n i cf e n ; v.r.a. to nietate, nod at. 
^5 e n t e m e n f v. r. a. to name 

ap point. 

55cniefen, v. r. a. 

sneezing. 
53en6t^tgen, r. r. ä % to force , ob* 
lige, compell; benotet fepn ; to 
want, stand in nced ot. 

55enfenfetbe, 55infenfeibr> /. 

cottongrass. 

«genügen, 6 e n 11 ^ e n , v. r. a. to 

employ, to use , profit, take ad- 

van tage of; einen Sort^etC^ to im- 

prove an advantage. 

53 e n 3 e . n . ein Spcxi f benjamin. 

55 * b a d) t e n / v. r, a. to observe ; 
to watch; feine S4>ulbtgf eit , to 
perform one's dutv; einen 53efe^C, 

to execute an Order; bie Seit/ to 
choose ono's tirae. 
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55erge<, at the foot of a mountain, 

mount ; binter bem $5crge galten, to 

dissemble, to hiiic, conceal, to keep 
back one's design ; bergauf, uphill ; 

bergab, downhill; au >#erge fteben, 
to stand on ead ; eine* 03erg betreff 

fenb, mountain. 
Q5 er g ab, adv. billdown, steepdown. 

55 e v g ä l fl e r, /. gre^jt shrike, shreek, 

mattagoss, adderbird. 
55 e r g a m m e r, /. mountain bunting^ 

85 c r 9 a m 1 1 e , /. bergamot , berga- 
motpear. 

05erga m fei, /. ringe wzel. 

05 e r g a m t, w. mineoffice , mineral- 
court. 

05 er g a n, «</*>. hillup, steepup, uphiii. 

05ergarbett, /. minework, niining;. 
Vergärt,/, mineral, ore. 
05ergauf, adv. uphill. 
05 e r g b a C f a m , m. ruphtba. 
05*rgbais, m. mining. 
05ergbeamte, m. mineofficer. 
05ergbeiPOt>ner, m. mountaineer. 
05ergblau, n. verditer. 
05ergbobl*, /• jackdaw. 
05cvgegelb, n. 03evgelo$n, m. 

salvage. 

05 er gen, v. i.a. (part. -pass. gebor* 
gen , imp. barg ) , to save ; &erf)ef}* 

iett, to conceal. 
OJergepptcb, m. mountain parsley. 
05ergeremtt, m. solitäry sparrow, 

hermit. 
05ergfeflung, /. mountainfort. 

O5erggart0, m. mine, way, turn- 
ing — winding of a mine. 

SJcrggegenb, /. moumainous 

country. 

05eTggetfl, m. hobgoblin. 

05ergge(b, 71. yellow ochrc. 

05crggeno§, m. partner in a mine. 

05erggrÜtt, n. monutaingreen. 

05erg^a(be, /. declivity; useless 
eatth and rocks out of a mine, 
tbrown in heaps near the shafts.' 

05ergbauer, f. röergmann. 
03ergpauptmann, m. intendant, 

surveyor of minei. 

05ergb6(&er, plur. wales. 

05ergbltbt1, n. woodeock, wild hen. 
05eratd)t, adj. moiuilaiiilike. 
55^vgig, adj. hilly • monntainous. 

05ergfnapp, f. Bergmann. 

Sergf rnfla 11, 11. rockcrystal. 
05ergfüinme(, m. mountain lassei'- 

wort. 
05 e r g m a n il, »1. miner. minedigger. 
$Serg manneben, ?/. hobgoblin. 
05ergntetfter, m. surveyor of tho 

mines. 

05ergmünje,/. calamiut. 
05erg6l, «. rockoil. 
05ergorbtiung,/. order, Constitu- 
tion of mines. 

9*ergpe<$, «. jewspirch. 



05er g rat (j, m. Council of mines; 
counsellor of mines. 

«Bergrecht, n. laws, Statutes of th# 
mines. 

Q$ergrott), n. red ochxe. 

95 e r g f a C J, n. rocksalt, mineral Salt. 

35ergfattel/ m. ridge of a moun- 
tain. 

$5ergfptfee, f. top of a mountain. 

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miningtown. 
05ergjlra§e, /. mountainroad. 
95ergt^eer, ro. Barbadoes tar. 
Bergung,/, salvaee. 

05ergunter, adv. downhill. 
05ergu>erf / n. mine. 
OSergjinnober, m. natural cinna- 

bar. 
05 er i$t, m. notice, advice; abftat* 
ten, to give notice, to make a 

«Berieft ten, v. r. «. einen jTranfen f 

to give tke sacrament ; 9tadjrtd)t Ct# 
t^etlen, to advertise, infi*rm, gire 
notice, acquaint one with, gire 
intelligence, to send word, to 
■v^rite. / # 

05ericbttgen, v. r. a. to set xijeht, 
clear, to rectifr, adjust; etnen Sllf« 
faft, to corTect; eine ®ad)€» to ter- 
minate , make up ; eine SKec^ntMg/ 
®cbtl(b, to settle, discharee. 

»35 e r i e d) e n , t>. 1. a. to smell at ,. to 

scent. 
9?erinbet, adj. barky. 

geringen, 1». r. a. to fumish with. 

«ring; eine@tUte, to ringle » mar*, 
beringt, part. wearing a ring. 

Q e r 1 1 1 e n , partieip. adj. fe»n> to hm 

mounted, being on horseback; Cin 

ipo^lberittene^ yUvb, a well-ma- 

naged horse. 
<ß e v i ft e n , v. a. r. to scrape, Scratch 

tlie surface. 
55 e r f a n , m. barracan. 
«Berlin e, /. berlin. 
berliner ^Uu, n. Prussian blne. 
55erlotfe, /. wa'ch trinket. 
95ernb<*rbtner, m. Bernardine. 
05 c r n {t e t n , m. yellow amber ; 

fdjwarjer, jet. 

OSernlletuforaUe,/. amberbeaä 1 . 

QJero^ren, v. r. a. to cover with 
reed. 

♦Scroffcn, v. r. a. to horse. 

*£ e r fl e n , v. r. w. to grow tiuty. 

05 er (ten, r. /. n. {pari. pass. gebor« 
ffen, imp. barjl), to burst. 

^crtramwurjel, /• pellitory. 

$> erücbtigcn, v. r. a. to defame, 
deery , tiaduce. cry down; berÜC^v 
tigt, defamed, illrenuwned; ein be* 
riiVbiigte^ i)au$, a house of bad re- 
port , cried down , iilienowned. 

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SBefdjauung, /. viewing, behold- 
ing, looking; contemplation , «pe- 

9J*f*eeren, t>. i. a. to «have. 
3}tfd)tit>, m. ein testeten«' Jbeily 
allotnient, iillottiiig, sharo ; Slnt' 

»Ort, ausvf er, return ; igeflfieib Uf« 
Jen, to leave word; anfpruto etncS 
aidfUrt, aentencc, decree ; gncif-- 
berung im Srunte, pledge; tbun, 

to do rcaaon, to pledge; ÄeniKlliB, 

SBiffenfdjaft oon einer <e?ad)e, iutcl- 
ligence; Q3ef*eib willen , to know, 
to bo «equiinied; er nx-tti rert)t 4Be* 

fieib, he i. a knowing one. 

®efd)eiben, im. s. na* tipttn Ort, 
to ap-point; er t fr ;u feinem Stegi» 
ment befdjieben, he ia ordered to 
ioin his regiment; ttteat Jll Jijti' 
len , to allot , «stign I — v. t. rec. 
to acknowledge ; id) befreite illirt), 
I cannot ditown. 

fBefrbeiben, «<(/, modelt ; im <Se> 
nufi, temperare, aober; in SBortcrt, 
diacreel : — adv. modestlv, »ouetlv, 
discreerly. ' 

fSefrtjeibenbeit, /. modea t>- , «o- 



f& e f * e i n e n , r. i. «. to «hin » lipon. 
SJefAeinen, \v. r. a. to atieit, 
®ef*cinit)tn, J wiinea«, certify, 

recoguize, prove, verifv. 
©ef*einig.ung, \ £ fdjrlftlidjt« 
IBefdjfinung, y ^eugnig, hand- 

writing, atteatation , certificate, 

icqnittanee. 
53*frheinuiig, /■ aliining upon. 
SJefdjtifien, f. ■'. c. to beihit, 

befoul; betrugen, to cheat , sliam. 



SSefdjenfung, /. donation, gift, 

SB c f c±j e rt n , i>. r. o. to provide for, 
•Upply, beiww lipon , give, grünt, 

(Sef*erung,/.be.towing. giving, 
grantiug, illowing ; cliriatuiAabos. 

Bef<fa)<fen, v. r. a. to send fori 
. einridlten» 10 »et in order, manage, 
rartilate, diroct, frame ; er fann 
mcbii befdjiifen, he is not fit for 

55«(* ieneri, v. r. a. to provide 

wilh band«. 
©efdiieGeti, v. i. a. mit Sem groben 

®ef*ül$, to cannonade, bomb, bom- 

bird, ro Uro upon. 
«ef*iffen, v. r. a. to navigate. 
.©efttlirft, n.Ij. rceded. 
(S t f dj i m m e ( n , c. rl n. to get 

mooldy, grow lioary. 



<S(fd) impfen, v. r. a. to iffront,. 

abiue, dishonoiir, injure , insiilt. 
09 e f r& i in p f 11 n g, /. affront, abute, 

insult , ontrage , injury. 
•Scfdjinben, r. o. i. to akin, fiea, 

flav, Strip, fleece, wipe. 
59 c fdj tr men, f. r. a. to «heiter, co- 

Tcr, defend, protsct, aecurc, nphold, 

S e f <f) irinec, m. def endet , protec« 

tor . support. ' 

*gc f* i vmung, /. defence, protoo- ': 

$ef(b(aftit, v. i. o. eltt>aä, to tako 
coiiniel witli one's pillow, advia« , 
wilh the nighti fdjtvÖngent , to i 
lie — ro bed wich, eet witli child, 
to deflower. deblUoE (a virgin). 

1Sef(6[afun8,/.lying witE.bed- , 

ding wiih, gettmg imth child. 
S«fd)Ug, m. attachment, »eimre, ! 

embargo ; in ©cfdjlag nehmen , to 
irrest , coiifisrate , embargo ; efftr* - 
ner, ironwork; SR'ttQtt , sind«; ef* 

ntityUTbeS, «Iioeing; etnci &tts<tt, 
fernlle; julli Jitrrati), garntibment, 
ornaincnt, set; @*inimcl, mouldi- 

Sc'frftUge, «. f. ISefoSlog. 

t.icli, leizo , confiacate , elnbargo; 
mit ÖtetaU, to 11p, tag, put abottt; 
mit tßägrln, to und; ein $terl>, to 
«iioci grob, to elout; <Soi'bo(i, to 
iqiiür«: tffrudjten, to line. coTexi 
b(jei*nen , to mark, aunip; einen 
9JU(s bef*ragen, to aecure a place: 
— 11. i. n. to grovr mouldy. 
iSefcblagsn, adj. part. Toried, «x- 
pericnced, fargone, crafty, ikilful, 

Sefdj'fögnaaet/ m. «t-id. 
«Befdjlognobuie, ©(f*[agneb«- 
mutig, /. attachment, arreit , «ei- 

95 c f di I c i a) e n, v.l.a.to »teal npon ; 

betrugen, to impo«o upon. 
^ef*feuliigen, t>. r. a. to hüten, 

accelcrate, dbpatch, quicken, for- 

IBefÄleunigung./- »cceleration, 

hagteniiiC, dilpatch, «peed. 

«cfttlicfen, ». i. «■ ,">,.'»«•' "P. 
thut up, to cloae; itmfdjltefieti, um* 
geben, to encompais, comprehend, 
comprite, includo, contain ; ju Cna 
Be bringen, to closo, end, conclu> 
de , finiib ; einen S5orfa(> faffen , to 
detemune, decree wiihin one'« 
«elF, 10 retolve, purpose, conelnde. 

•8cfdjlie6er, m. houaekeepet, c*ta< 

QJ e f * 1 i e § e v i n, /. boaaekceper, ca- 

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bitten aber fcefdworen, to adjure, 

conjjre, entreat. 
95efd)n>6rer / m. conjurer, exorcist. 
95*fo)tt>6rung,/. conjuration , ex- 

orcism. 

© ef c e ( C tt f v. r. a. to änimate; ftg. 
to quicken, enliven, encourage. 

©efeelt, pari, having a soul, ani- 

matcd. 

95 e f e $ e I n , v. r. a. mit SoMffcn 6c» 
fahren, to sail over: mit (SegeCn 
uerfe^en, to rig, to fit with tack- 
lijig; einloten im Regeln, to join 

a snip at sea. 
95* fefeen, v> i. a. to look on, view, 
behold, survey; genau, to examine, 
search into : flrfj im @piege(/ to 
view one's seif in a glass ; alt \d) 
H &eim £io)te frefafc, when I look- 
ed into it narrowly, when I exa- 
lnineu it closely, thoronghly. 

fjjefc t)eri 5 wertb, adj. worthy of 

inspection , worth seeing , worth 
to be seen. 
53cfeifen, v.a.r. to soap, to wash 
in soap. 

95 ef eilen ; v.r. a. to rig, fit witli 

tackle. 
95 ef et ttgett ; t v. r. a, to lay aside, 
set aside; tyeimtirfj, to secrete. 

95 1 ( C t 1 i g U U , /. laying — setting 
aside. 

Vefettgen, v. r. a. to bloss. 

©e fem er, m. spring steelyard. 
©efen, m. besom , broo.ro; fpani» 

fcfcer (auf ben ©a)iffen), hog, large 

brush , to scrub the ship's bottom 

undor water, 
Q5efen6tnber, m. broommaker, 

brocronian. 
95* fen ben, v. r. a. to send word. 

Q5 e f ^n f Ca d)$, m. linear leav'd goo- 
sefoor , sumniercypTess. 

95e fe n f ra ut f n. broom. 
95efenret$, n. matweed. 
©efenflteC/ m. broomstick. 
©efeffen/ part. pass. &♦ 6eftfeen, 

po^sc-ssed ,. actuated by the devil. 

95efeffene/ m. demoniac. 

95€?eften / v. r. a. to set lipon; to 
beset, oecupy; to seize; ben >£if(h, 
to put on. to serve the table; mit 

<Sinn?cbncrn , ro pcople; eine S* r 

fiung mit ©olbaten , to garrison, 
ine; %>}a\1e mit .firtrtonen, to mount; 

einen $>e\<h mit giften, to störe a 

ponci; iitie SKolie, to assiun a part. 
to entruu witi? aput; eine ©teile/ 
ein 2tmt, to fill'a vakant place, to 

appoint ; einen <pia£ mit Räumen, 
to plaiit with tiee;; ein ^«t»»7 mit 
. ffltcnpfdjaft, to man; ein .<Urft mit 
©olb, <£itfcr, tolace; mit Spieen, 
©anbern ; to t:im. «order, cd^e , 
bte 3immcr finb ftfon frefefet/ the 
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95efefef<$l&ae[,95efefefr6fiel, m. 

paver's beater, paviour's beetle, 

rammen 
95 £ f * fe U n g , /. lacing , trimrrung ; 

appointment ; besetting , oecupy« 

int. 
toefeufien, v. r. a. to sigb at| to 

sob for, bewail, bemoan, deplore. 

95*fl4)tt<}eil, v. r. a. to inspect, 
view, take a view; Söifttation \)aU 
ten / to visit. 

95eftcf)tiger / m. inspector, searcher, 
snrveyor. 

95efid)tigun0,/. inspection, Visi- 
tation , survey. 

93 efiege In, v. r. a. to seal up, to 

put one's seal to. 
tyefieqelünQ , /. sealing, confir- 

mation by seal. 
^3eftegen/ v. r. a. to vanquish, 

conquer, overcome, master, sub- 

due. 
95efteger/m. conqueror, vanquisher. 

95 e f t n q e n ; v. i. a. to sing, celebrate, 

praise. 
95 e f t n n e n / v. i. reeipr. ( part. pass. 

Defonnen, imp. 6efann), to bethink; 
fi<4 einer ®ao^e erinnern/ to reool- 

lect, call to mind; Überlegen/ to 

think on; jjter if! ni(t)t$ $u befln« 

nen, Lere is no tiroe for delibera- 
tion; entfcf)(ic§en, to resolve; aiU 
brer Meinung werben , to change 
one's mind ; ju feinen ©innen lote* 
ber fturiicf* fe^ren , to recover ont*§ 
senses. 

95eftnnun9//. recollection. 

^efife/ m. possession; eraretfen, to 

take possession; im — fepn ; to be 

in possession; in — fommen, to 
come to p. ; in ten — fefeen ; to put 
into p. ; aui bem — fefcen/ to put 

out of p. 
95efifeen/ v. i. a. to possess, enjoy, 
to be the owner, proprio tary of. 

95 e f i fe e r, m. possessor, owner, prov 

prietor. 
95efifet^unt/ n. possession , acqni* 

sition, dominion, propriety, pro- 

perty. 
^eftfeung,/. possession. ■ 
95 e i o 9 t e n , v. r. a» to sole , furnish 

with soles. 
95 e f o ( b e n , v. r. o. to give salary, 

to pension. 
93 e f o ( b U n g, /. salary, pay, stipend» 

w r .^ges. 
*& e f o n b e r , adj. particular ,' peett« 

liar, sipgular, special, sundry; pri« 

vate ; ^anj btfcnber; most peeuuar; 

fonberbar, fettiant/ strande, odd. 

Q^efonber^/ adv. asnnder , apart, 
aside, by itself ; t>OTauati(f), Dpr an» 
bern, erninently, particularly, sin* 

guiarly: — con'. especially. 

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$5eftauben, ». r. ic. to become 

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9>efiäuben, v. r. a. to cover with 

dust, to powder, to bedust. 
fßeflau b cn^ v. rec. to giow into 

bushes , to form a stalk. 

55 efle, «tu;, u. sulst. best; bie frefle 
junge gföannfcfraft, the tiower of 
youth; ber evfte ber 6efle . the Erat 
comer; i(fa fyaiu e$ für ba$ 95efte, 
I think it best; t\ad) meinem befren 

BBiffen, to the best of my know- 

ledge ; ba* 95ejfe be$ ßanbeS , ( the 

food of the country ; ju beineilt 
Scflen , in your belialf, to yonr 

advantage; &um 93eflen gebest/ to 
give for the enjoyment of others, 
to issue, ipeud; jum 95e|ten reben, 
to intercede, intorpose ; jum 95e» 
flen tyaben , to xn.tke a jest of, to 
mOck, deride; ntc^t fciel JUttt 95** 
(lett baben, to have not nmch to 
spend, to be poor; l?0tt ben 8m* 
pflnbunqen bun$ bie ©tnne, tinest; 
0a6 SBoftfommenfle in feiner &rt, the 

most exquisite, first; in ben bcftcrt 
3ö^ren , in the flower of age ; bei* 
erfle ber hcftC, the first the best; 

hat 2Bo^(fet(fte bat 95efte, the chea- 
per the -better; id) t)atlt c$ für bat 
Jßefte, I think it best; &u <&urem 
53cftcn , to your best advantage ; 

au feinem 95e|ten, on his behalf; 
ber be|le Wienidt) ton ber $k(t , the 

bestnatured man in the world ; fein 
®efieä t$un, to do one's best, ut* 
most. 

5}effedjen, v. /. «. to stitch, seam, 
border , nem with a needle ; to 
bribe, corrupt, grease oneVfist. 

%>t{ted)['\Ö), ad), corrupti ble. 

©eftecfjlicfcfeit,/. corruptibility. 

tßeflecf, n. set of instruments, case; 

93emerfung ber mutl)ma§(ic$en @ee* 
geejenb auf ber ©eetarte, day's work, 

ship's place pricked on a nautical 
chart; bai 95. madjen, to prick the 
chart; bamit fcorau* fenn, tobe 
astern of one's reckoning; jurücf, 
to run ahead of one's reckoning. 

95e(lecf en 7 v. r. a. to bestick, stick, 
mark , point out ; to plant ; to pa 
lisade; to garnish, adorn ; to lard. 

55 e petye n f t\ i. n. to stand, stand 
still; to become solid, consistent; 
to endure , to last ; to persist , in- 
sist; consist; subsist; exist; in 

ber «Probe befielen, to stand the 

test; bauem, to last, continue, 
stand, tubaist; auf etn?a$, to per- 
«ist in, maintain, stand out; fcpr* 
banben fei;n, to be, subsist; awi 
XfyeUen befreien, to consist of; in 
etwai , to consist in : — v. i. a. to 
* hire, farro, reut ; ttu&erße^en, über« 



flehen ; to stand trial, proof; CM* 
greifen, to attack; überwinben, to 

vanquisk, conquer, overcome* over- 

rlirow; unternehmen, to und ergo, 
hazard; ein Abenteuer, to achievt 

an adventure. 

95 e ft e fc U "/ v.i.a. ^eimfief)/ to steal 
frorn ; SHeiniqUiUn f to pilfer; mit 
©ewatttbätigfeit, to rob. 
I Sepe^lung,/. stealing ; pilfering ; 
J robbing. 
®e(leifen ; v. r. a. to stiffen, back. 

93 e fc e t g e n , v. i. a. to get up to ; 
%\xk ©ajirf, to board; b\e Äanjel/ 
to mount the pulpit; ben i'e^r* 
ftubl/ to assume the chair; 'einen 

93aum, to climp; einen 93erg, to 
ascend ; eine Leiter f to Scale ; ein 
^Pferb, to back, mount, bestride; 
befruchten, to leap, cover. 
93efleflen / v % r. a. to direct, ad just; 
fid) einanber, to appoint, assign; 
teronflaCten , to siiborn, bespeak; 
Ö^rtcfe U. f. f. , to carrv, deiiver; 
ein ®efd)äft/ to provide for, give 
order for; fein Jj)OU$, to make one'i 
last will, to prepare for death; 

haaren, to commit; ^aben @ie 
toai nac$ Bremen |u bcflellen, have 

von any commands for Bremen? 

ia& gelb, to cuhivate, to tili; betl 

iifcb, to Aren, lay out; befletten 

geben , to carry messenges, 
93 e ft e U u n <J , / appointmenjt f> assi- 

gnation , commission , disposition, 

establishment. 
QJeflen i f adv. in the best manner, 

the best way. 

gjefieuern/ v. r. a. to tax, to lay 

on contributions. 

95 e (l i a ( i f d), adj. = tpie^tf^, bestial, 

beastly. 
95 e fl i a ( i t & t, /. = ^ie^eit, beast- 

linesi, 
95 e fite, /. = 3Jie^, beast, brate. 
95 e (l t m m e n , v. r. a. to fix , settta 

appoint; au feinem <$ebraud>e, to 

intend for one's use ; ^»ecjrtffe, to 
define; ein %hpvliM u. b<jl*, to 
allow; einem feinen Stnt^eil, to ai- 

lot; 0(6 @cf)tcffcü, to destine, de- 
sign; flcfj, to determine, resolve 
upon, fix one's own sentiment. 
95e^immt, adj. fixed, appointed, 
determiuod , intended, precise : — 
adv. fixedly, precisely; er foH fle 
beflimmt tiid)t ^aben, ne must not 
have her po>itiveiy. 

95 c (l i m m t b c i t , /. precision. 

tyeft Im \nutlQ, f. nxing, defining, 
allowauce, ailotment, destinatiou, 
determination. 

95 * ft i m im u n <j i o r t, m. place of de- 

stiraion. 
#eftn\bql\d), adj. as good as po§- 
sible : — adv. at well a» possiole, 
to one's utmost. 



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Bettyorung, /. befooling, infatua- 

tion, illusion; delusion, frighten- 

ing. 
35 e t i) r 6 n € n , t>. r. n. to bathe with 

tears; beroetnen, to shed tears for, 

bemoan. 
Betty un, v. i. rec. Co be able to 

stir; to befoul one's se'f. 
betiteln f v. r. a. to en title, call, 

naine , title. 
Betfammer,/. oratory. 
Betonte, /. betony. 
B e t r a ri) t , m. regard , respect , con- 

•iderarion , view, account; in je* 

bem Betraft, to all intenta and 

purposcs. 

55 ctr achten, v. r. a. mit ben 2fu# 

gen , to consider , look , overlook, 
view; ßg. mit ben 2lugen bei ©ei» 
fiel/ to consider, weich, examine, 
rumiuate, ponder, reflect. 

Betrad)t(id), adj. considerable : — 
adv. considerably. 

*8etvad)tlid)teit, f. considerable- 

ness , importance. 
Betrachtung, f. consi^eration , 

viewing, examination ,< reüectio:i. 
Betrag, m. amount. 
getragen, v. i. a. flcty, to behave 

one's seif, comport, carry, de- 

m«an; eine geunffe @umme auima* 

d)Cn , to amount. 
Betragen, n. behaviour, comport, 

conduet, carriage. 
95« ttautn, v. r. a. to intrust; ein 

Getrauter Soften, an ofhee of trust. 

Betrauern, t». r. «. to mourn , be- 
moan , hewail. 

Betraufen, bettauf ein, v. r. a. 

to Jrip, drop upon ; mit Butter, 

to baste. 
Betreff, m. concern, regard, con- 

sideration ; in Betreff ber wenigen, 

with res pect to the few. 
Betreffen, v.i.a. to fall upon, to 

Int, aim at; einen über etwaS, to 
detect, surprise; xfyn tyat ein gro* 
§e$ Unglficf betroffen, he has met 

with a great misfortune; betroffen, 
Struck, aiarmed ; angeben, to con- 
cern. rouch ; wa$ miety betrifft, miety 
betreffen b , concerning me , as for 
— as to me, 
Betretben, v. i. a. to drive upon, 
lead upon ; to prosecute, move, ac- 
tuate; ein ©efctyaft, to manage — 
transact a business ; ettva6 fetyr, to 
press , urge a thing. 

Betreibung, /. transaction, pur- 

suit , management. 
Betreten, v. i. a. to treäd on, 

up<>n. to march, to set foot upon; 

ein betretener 2Beg , a beaten way, 
road. pnh; aur awtpffanjung, fcont 
Seber&ietyc , to tread ; antreffen , to 
meet; bezeigen, to mount; ertap* 



pen, ettoifd)en, to catch, take, sur- 
prise. 

Betreten, -part. turprised, puzzled. 

Betrieb, m leading; urging, pres- 
sing; business, trade, proieision. 

Betrieb fam, adj. busy, activ«, x 

industrious. t 

Betriebfamfett,/, industry. 

^etrtegen, v. i. a. to deeeive, 
false , decoy , cheat , beguile , co- 
zen v delude , abuse , .impose ; ftc^, 
to mistake, to be mistaken. 

Betrteger, m. deeeiver , cheat» 
cheater, doubledealer , impostor, 
knave. 

Betrteaerei,/. cheat , fraudulent- 
ness , knavery , deeeit , falsehood. 

Betriegertfcf), adj. deceitful, 

fraudulent, knavish , doubledeal- 

ing, doubleminded. 
B e t r i n f e n# v. i. a. to fuddle, make 

drunk; flu), to get drttnk. 
Betroffen, adj. Struck, surprised, 

concerned, perplexed. 
Betröpfeln, v. r. a. to drip. 
Betröpfen, betropfen, v. r. a. 

to drop. 

Betrüben, v. r. a. hat Gaffer, to 
muddy ; fig. bem ©emüt^e nacfi trii« 
be mad)en, to afllict, grieve, de- 
jeet, cast down, trouble, vex, 
discomf.^rt, torment. 

BetrubniS,/. affliction, grief, tad« 
ness. sorrow. 

Betrübt, adj. afllicted, gricred; 
grievous, sorrowful, sad, afllict- 
mg. 

Betrug, m. fraud, deeeit, cheat, 
trick, sham, knavery; einem einen 
Betrug fpieten , to practise a deeeit 
lipon one. 

Betrügen, f. betrtegen. 

B e t r ü g l i 4, adj. deceitful, double- 

dealing , false. 
Betrüg Uc^f eit, /. de&eitfulness, 

frauduleiicy, falsehood. 
Betf d)weftev, j. devput woman, 

bigot. 
Betflu^l, m. oratory. 
Betflunbe,/. praying hour, meet- 

ing for prayer; Betflunbe Ratten, 

to read prayers. 

Bett, n. b«d; eine« Spaftn £ager, 
form ; ftu Bette ge^en, to go to bed; 
ju Bette bringen, to bring to bed; 
tm Bette lieaen, to lie in bed, «bed; 
la€ Bett tyuten, to keep the bed; 
machen, to make the bed; ffe f Otnmt 
tf>m nid)t t?om Bette, she never 
quits Ins bedside ; auf bem Bette 

ber <£$re fterben# to die in the 

battle, in the fiel d ; Beet, bed. 
Bettüg, m. faitday. f 

Bettbamafl, m. bedsatin. 
Bettbecfe, /. coverlet; small dies> 

casket; biue and -white murex; 

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Beutel, m. bag, purse; einem ben 
Seutel fegen / to wipe one out of 
his money ; ben ©eutel fpirf en , to 

fiil ihe purse; ftuin hieben, bolster; 

5Um glacfcef topfen, beater, beetle. 
©eutelqan*, /. pelecan. 
© cutelfafren, m. bolting kutcb. 
©eute(freb$, m. pursecrab. 
©eil teCmetfe/ /. penduline tit- 

mouse , raountain titmouse. 
deuteln, v. r. a. to bolt, sift; 

SUd^, to beat flax; ftd) beuteln/ 

to form a bag : — . v. r. n. to bleed, 

pay. 

©cutelperüo? e, f. bagwig. 
©eutelfcbneiber, m. cutpurte, 

pickpockct , pickptirse. 
© c u t e C f ö) n e t b e r traut/ n. shep- 

herd's purse* 
© c u t e 1 1 d) n u r , f. pursestring. 
05 eu te l ft Ij, aJjf. purseproud. 
©eutefttMer, n. Opossum. 
©C Ute Uli«), n. bolting cloth. 
©euten, r. r. a. to get booty. 
55 c u t c n l e i m , m. f. l£cti&ac$£, 

© C u 1 1 C r , m. pursomaker , glover. 

©et?ej*igen, f; ©efefkigen. 
©eoolfern, r. r. a. tu people. 
95 e v? 6 1 f e ru n g , /". populauon. 
©ecoUmäd)tigen,v. r. «. to au- 

thorize, enipower; ein ©evoUm&c6' 

tigter, a pieuipoientiary ; ein ge* 

ridjtliebcr, an attorney. 
© -• V ( l ut a d) t i u n g , /. authöriza- 

tion ; Leiter of attorney. 
©Cttor , a</i\ before. 

© e v rm u n b e n, v. r. a. to put un< 

der carc. pro vi de with a guardian, 
to give in wardship. 

© e t? r fr e 1) e n , u. 1. n . to impend, 

~be immiuent, lipon the poiut; be* 

rorftcrjcnb, imnnnent; befcor freien* 

be 4Boo)e, next week, • 

©etoortfyetCen, v. r. «. to over- 

reach , circumvent, prejudice, de- 

ceive, wrang. 
© e u) a d) e n, v. r. a. to watch, guard, 

take care of, to preserve , protect. 
©ewatfjfeil, y. i\ n. to overgrow: 

— v. 1. a. mit 3ÄO0$, to moss ; mit 

€)ra£, to cover with grass; mit 

©ra$ Bewarfen, overgrown with 

gras 8. 
©ci»a ffnen, v. r. a. to arm ; mit 
bewaffneter jaufl, with open force. 

© e 10 a f f n U n g , /. arming , arma- 
ment. 

©en>a^ren 7 v. r. a. to keep, pre- 
serve, guard. 

©etoäfcren, v, r. a. betoeifcn, to 

aver , prove f ascertain , vorify ; 

prüfen, to uy, prove; prüfen unb 
toatyr unb reebt beftnben , to prove, 
try, approve; Dauerhaft machen, to 
confirm; beroafyrt loiber, proof 
against. 
©CiDU^ret/ m. keeper. 



©eioa^rung, /. keeping. 

© e 10 a £ r U n g, /. yerifying ; trying, 

proof; connrmation. 
©en?anbert/ adu ver»ed, vertant, 

experienced, skilled. 
©etvanbt/ adj. conditioned , esta* 

blislied, settled, natured, terupered; 

bzx fo beiDonbtenUmfl&nben^ as mat- 
ters stand. 

©eroanbtntfi/ /. condition , con- 
juneture, circumstance , juneture» 
State, case, qualifying; tiüdf ©^* 
tt>anbtni§ ber Umfranbe, as the cir- 
curnstances- will admit, 

©eiü äffern, v r. a. to irrigate, 
water. 

© e \v e g e n , v. r. «. to srir , move ; 
erfefrüttern, to agitate, shake ; lins 
tüt)C erregen, to raise, excite, stir; 
^mpfinbungen ^ervor bringen, to 

move, affect, touch; jemanbew |M 
etmaj , to induce, incite, instigate, 
animate. stir, stir up , actuate. 
f&etotgiid) , ad), moveable; mo?« 
ing ; betvegri^q ©Üt<r , movea- 
bles : — - adv. moveably, moviiigly ; 
' bitten , to beg — intreat ■*- invok»' 

earuestly, instantly. 
©ewegfid&feit,/. moveableneM, 
©eiDegung, /. motion ; raising, «x- 
citing, stirring; aft'ection, movt- 
tnent, inducement, incitement. 

©ewegungflgrunb, m. motive, 

reasou, inducement. 
©croeaungSf olben, m. dumbbelL 
©ewepren, v. r. a. to arm. 
¥>ewei)tt, part. armed ; windbound^ 

w-oatherbound. 
© C 10 e i b e n, v. r. a. to marry, match 

to a wifo ; ftd>, to marry , takt a 

w^ife. 
©ejrcibung/ /. wiving, 
©e w einen, v. r. «. to weep for, 

deplore , be"wail, bemoan. 

©eweinen^toert^, adj. deplorable. 

©ewei«, m auo^runben^argiiinentj 
audStrfuc^en, proof; brrdj Beugen, 
averment; augenfdj ein tiefer ©etoetl, 
evidence ; axii ^ßernunftgrün ben er» 

toiefen, demonstration. 

©etpeiogrunb/ m. reaion, pToof» 

argument. 

©ewrifen, v. i, a. beieigen, to 
sliowi @utel, ©ofe</ to do; mit 
geugen, to aver ; mit Seugniffen, to 

evidence; tüvd) @tünbe, $MQ*tl, 

©erfuebe, to prove; mit unumfUi^ 
liefen ©rünben, to demonstrate. 
© e » e i $ b a f t , adj. demonstrative). 
fyewci&lid), adj. demonstrable, 
©eioeifien, v. r. «,♦ to white» # 

whitewash. 

©etoenben, v. 1. n. e< wobei betten* 

ben (a{Ten, to push it 110 farther, to 
acquiesce in ober wirh, to anbmit 
to, coiinne one's seif to« to reffe 
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95 C $ t e C e n , v. r. a. to aim at ; to 

limit, restrain. 
SS^jiffcrn, v. r, a. to mark with 

ciplu rs. 
55 e 3 t r f , m. circuit, compast, district, 

caufon. 
SJcsirfetl, v. r. a. to compass, en- 

cotnpass , enclose , environ , lim it. 
55 * 3 r 1 m. befcoar. 

55eaiid)ttgen, f. bejidHigen. 

55 e j U (f C m , v. r. «. to su^ar. 

55 *5 U 9/ m reference, relation ; ®at* 

tcn . a «et of «Frings. 
55 * 5 !t> cf e n, v. r. «. to pinch from, 

to pilfer, to gnaw, pick, pluck, 

pull off. 

55e ö »oe(f*n, v. r. a. befcblagen, to 

peg; abmieten, to aim at, to have 

111 view. 
55ejtt?e<fung, /. pegging ; aiming. 
55CJ tt) Ct f C (n, v. r. a. to doubt of, 

to question ; man fann ei bc^xveu 

fein , it may be quesiioned. 
55 C5 tt> t n 9 e tt / v. i. a. to conquer, 

overcome, subdtie, vanquish. 
?&ei\V in qit d) , adj. conqucrable. 
55*5K>tngung, f. co/iquering etc. 
55 J bei, /. bible, scripture. 
55 * b e 1 f e ft , adj. scriptureproof. 
55tbe(funbe, /. bibhcal knowledge. 
55 t b e l m a § i g , adj. biblical , scrip- 

tural. 
55 1 6 C r , m. beaver, castor; &u Ue* 

BerrodPcn , beavercoating. 
55jberbaudj, m. beaver's womb. 
55jberfaUe, /. beaver trap. 
55ibergei(, /z. beaver's cod (itone), 

casioreum. 
55{bert)aar, 72. für of beaver, 
55|t | crbut, m. beaver, castor. 
55tberflce, m. buckbean, marsh« 

trofoil. 

55 ib enteile, /. burnet. 

$ibertau^er ; m. dun diver, 
' Sperling fovvl. 

55 1 b e r to a m m e , /. beaver's womb. 
55tbcrn5ürj, /. uprigbt (climbing, 
sl^nder) birthwort. 

55ib(iot^ef, J. = $tid)erfaa(, $ü> 
cberaimmer, #ütt)erfaimrfung , li- 

brary. 
55ib Ho t^ef ar, m. librarinn. 

55 t u ( t f cf) / ««//. biblical , scriptirral ; 
biblifd?e ®efcbid)ten> sciipturehisto- 
ries. 

55 1 cf b e e r e, /. f. £eifcef beere, biibeny. 

55lCfel^a u be, y. headpiece, helmer. 

55i<f e (bering, m. f. 556fel&cring 
unb <picfe(fyenng. 

fQificn, v. r. a. to peck, pick. 
55tcffanb/ m. scouriug saud. 
53tber, adj. honest, true, righteous, 

h'ouonrable. 
^töerutann, m. man of honour, 

true man • gentlemau, worthy. 
°* i C Ö e / /. bent , inflexion. 






55tegeletfeif/ it. goose, smoothing* 
hon; für gRanfoSctten, jaiconiron;* 
Ijetfc machen, to roast. 

55 1 C g e ( n , v. r. a. to smooth. 

^ie^en, v.i. a. to böw, bend, curve.; 
04 biegen, to bend, submit; (Mb 

febmiegen unb biegen, to rringe and 
crouch; fia) biegen (äffen, to b© 

pliant. 

95 i * g f a itt , adj. tupple, pliant, 
flexible. / 

95 t e g f a in fei t, /. suppleness, pliant« 
ness, floxibility. 

95ieg$an g e, /. pliers, nosepliers. 

^>iefelcben, n. teal , common (eu- 
ropean) teal. 

95 i e i m U ^ , /. hoary dorm oute, fat 
squirrel , reli , rellmonse. 

95 i e n e , /. bee. 

%> i e n e n b a u , m. keeping of bees« 
55ienenbrot, 7t. food of bees. - 
95 i e n e n f a ( f , 7/1. honeybuzzard. 
dienen fanger, in. beeeater. 
95Unenaarten, m. beegarden. 
^ienenpara/ »• 95»cnenfitt, m« 

hivedross. 
95icnen^et be, /. marsh ledums 

wild rosemary. 
55<^nenf(ee, m. creeping whit# 

trefoil, durch clover. 
95ienenf6nigin, /.. queenbeo. 
95tenenforb, m. beehive. 
«Bienenmann, $tenenmetßer, 

77t. beemaster. 
95ten cnmetfe, /. blue titmouse; 

nun. 

95ienenf4tDarm, m. swarm of 

bees. 
ißienenftocf, m. beehive. 
93tenenloa(b^, n. bee'a wax. 
95ienentater, 1 
^tenenirarter, > m. beemaster. 
3} t e n e v , J 

%ier, 72. getopfte*, beer; unge^opf» 

M ,, ale; (Doppelbier, double beer) 

bünne* 95icr, small beer; (larfel, 

staut; braune^ s £ier, brown ale; 

voe\M, pale ale; brauen« to brew; 

fd)en(cn, to keep an alehouse. 
95jerbanf, /. afehousebench. 
55 i e r b r a u e n , 72. alebrewing. 
Bierbrauer, m. aiebrewer. 
^ t e v c f c I, 771. oriole. golden oriole* 

golden thrusli, witvfal. 
95 1 c r c ( f i g, 771. alegar, beer vinegar. 
»l>t er f a (5 , 72. barrel. 
^ i e r f i e ö l e r , m. alehousefiddler. 
55 1 c r f ( a f tb e , /. beerbottle. 
\^ t c r f ü 1 1 e r , 771. becrfiller. 
$ t e r g a fr , m. alehouse customer. 
^)tcygc(^ n. Sranffteuer, alesilver; 

^rftitgeib, money to diink for, 

small gratuity. 
© i c v a e \ o) t, m. yest^ fjroth upon 

tlie beer. 
9J t e r 0. 1 a ^ , ti. beerglass , tumbler. 
^terpau^, n. alehouse. 



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Billigung, /. approbation, con- 
tent, .«seilt , raüncalion. 

«tUion, /. billion. 
©ilfenfraut, n. henbane, bog»- 

© i l S , 9) i 1 1 r "'■ muahxoom. 

© i m in e t n , t>. a. r. to ring , to »et 

th« belli » ringing. _ 

©imfen, i>. -. r. to rub wirb, pu- 

itiiceltonn. 

©itns"ftein, m. pumice, pumice- 

©tn, im; OOn fetjn, to b». 

SiltW(»t«/j- bodkm. 

©inbart, f twibil. _ 

©inbbalfen, m. ■rchitraye. 

»iilbe, f- band, fill«; binding, 
■iring fi«; ©timbinbe, headband, 
fillet; TOtmc» ober BbwMnbf, ban- 
d»EB. band, binding; feibbmbe, 
»carf, « f b. girdUi $««6"n6«; 
stock . crarat. neekhee-, cen arm 
in ein« 'Stob« trag«, w carry 
one'i «™ in a »ling; bie ©mbe be* 
SorurtbetH , tbe bandage of pteju- 
dice. , , 

©in beifeil, n. iron pipe (in glaia- 
houses tor conveying ine melted 
glast, 

$5 in beut au er,/. paniümimIL 

©inbeineffer, n. addice. 

©tnbemittel, n. «ment. 

©inben, i>. t.m. (pwt.past. flcbun- 
ben, Im. banb), to bind, wind, 
fasten, fetter, |ouii restram , ooii- 

fe; an ttivat, to tie; ©areen, to 
ind iheaven ©«feil, to mnke 
brnomil fiäffcr, ,0 niak * «">•>?■ i 

' ©aUen binben, to tie, pack up par- 
CeUi (in ©UÄ, to bind n Qooki 
wat bie ©efdlfajaft «nört, wbat 
cementi society ; ein fd; raufen - to 
bind up. i", crop npi bie gebun» 
btne Webe, vet.e; bie ungnBunbene, 
proie; gebunben feijn, to be obiip- 
ed coiutrJint, to be kept to , to 
be bound to, to be n.bject to 

©inbenfnynalie, /. stoekbuckie. 

©inber, m. binder, tier. 

©inbefajeibe, /. sheatb. (for the 
addice of the coopers). 

©inbefdjlüffel, m. key of St. 
Petrin. _ 

©inbeftein, m. bindmgt 

©inbeftridj, m. ligature. 

©inbeniort, n. conjunciion; tn Ott 
v>gif, copuia. 

©in beseiten, n. hyphen, joining 

©inb'ejeug, n. snrgBon'* ca.e. 
©inbfaben, m. packthresd, twine, 
©inbnteffer, n. planer, 
©inbpfenmg, m. earnesr, eameat- 

©tnbriemen, m. itrap, lcatber- 
itiing, latebet. 



©inbfel, n. laabing: S}vti* ob« 
jjcrjbmbfel, «eizing of ■ ihroud, 
itay, ot block, cloie to iu dead 
eye. 

©inblhng, /. binding, tying; li- 
garnrej cr»inejdon. 

©mblDflbC/ /. Oliertwig. 

©inbraerf, n. arbourwork, pola- 
hede« , poleaibour. 

©ingeltraut, n. tnerenry, cow 

©innen, adv. wiihin; Sinnen \mi 
@tunben, wiihin two hon«, two 
liniin hence, 

©innenbeieb, m. inner dam , or 

© i n n t n ^e tu a f f e r , n. waten 

(rivap) of tliu continent, inlaod- 

©innenbafen, m. buin of n port, 
harbnur'i p.irt ihot by a boom. 

©innenlanb> n. Inland . inner« 
Und. 

©innenlaufen, v. n. i. 10 uil 

©tnnenli'bn, n. inland feof. 
© i " fe, /. ru.b ; binflg, füll of mkN. 
©infenbufd), m. läthiied. 
©infengro*, n. ruihgraw, reed- 

©m fenf iffen, h. hiiasok, mat 

of Im I null. 

©infenforb, m. jnnket, down« 
©infenlid)!, n. ruilicandle. 
© i n f c n f i ft , m. rudxeat. 
©infenflubi, m, milicli.ir. 
©iograpbie, /• = Sebenf befoSteU 

bung, bijgrjpby, life. 
©fograpbifd), aäj. biographical : 

— adv. biograplücally. 
©trte, /. biich. 
©ir f en, adj. birehen, of birek- 

©ir ten baUfin, m. birchtre*. 
©irtenbefen, m. birclibroom. 
©ittenmarbeT, m. pinemartin. 
©irfenfaft, «'• jmee ( Up ) of 

birche». 
©irtenfcbinamm, m. muahroon 

©irf enfira ua), m. birchtbrub, 
©trfentbeer, m. birchoil. 
©irfeniealb, m. birebwood. 
©ir(enit) affer, n, birchwiter, 

birelisjp. 
©irtb.ahn, m. heatheock, wood- 

©irfbenne, /■ heathpont, wood- 

© i r t b 1 1 , n. birchgrore. 

©it t lütirj, /. tormentill, leptfoil, 

»hw«ed. 
©im, j. pear. 
©irnbaum r m. peartrae. 
©im m oft, ©irnmein, m.'p«rry, 

eider of pear*. 

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Slanf, adj. »eil, blank, white; 
I«r, blank; glänjenb, bright, ahi- 
ny, polished ; bloß, unbebe<f t, bare, 
naked; ein blanfer Degen , drawn, 
nsked *word ; blanffteben, tobe 
expoaed- 
{Bläßten, v. o. r . to poliih, tu- 

bilh. 
SBlonfett, n. — ©üllltlfldjt, blink- 

bond. 
SRIaiif6o6c(, m. jointer. 
®(flrt'ff*eit, n. bulk.' 
Slafe, /. bladder; auf öer £aut, 
bliiter; im ©efiebt, pimple; auf 
b«n Sippen, chop, icabi auf bent 
SBaffer, bubblo; jum Bifttlliten , 
alen.bic, »tili. 
Slafebatg, "i- bellowi, piir of 

bellowa. 
S t a f e b a lg r 6 f) re, /. bellow'i 

pipe. 
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Btafeinftrument, n. = Slafemer". 

jeug , windinitrument. 
8 In ff n, t>, ;. a. ü. n. (pari. pasi. ge* 

bUfeu , imp. blicB), to blow; ber 

äöinö Häfet, the wind blowi; et. 

nein in bie Obien blaff n, to whii- 

?■ er in one's ear; in bte 'Südlfe 
Ulfen, to be ünea,.io be under > 
penalcy ; mit einem in ein ftürn bla> 
Jen/ to be one's iwcrn bcotlier ; 
du Xrompete Hafen., to tound the 

tnmipei ; Pannen, to «ound .il.iim; 

tum 9IÜcf jug, to lound tlie retreat; 

mat, i,> mafce eins). 
S 10 f tne r b f e , f biadderpea. 
Slafenerbraud), m. fumitory. 
Slafenfufi, m. thripa. 

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blauer. Cramp in the Widder. 

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SUfenjin«, m. tax of distillaiion, 
( biilletdit alenihicagc , distillage , 
na* btr Analogie . ■*)• 

Slaferobr, „. tnink, popgnn, 
»hootingtrimk; bie Pebmtugel Baju, 



afig, e,?;. fnll of blisteri 

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Sl&ff«, 

vranneii ; 

bergt., su , 

Bläfjbu&n, *. SUftmg, m. 

Statt, n.'leif, pL lsare«; baä Statt 
bat (Idj geioeubet, the tablei ara 
turn cd , thinga ate altered; fem 
gjlatt cot be« ffltunb nebmen, to 

be plain dealing, Tom Telkruth, 
freeapoken; ein Jjlatt 5>öPt(r, leaf; 
@dtulterb[att,hlad e bone; bo« Statt« 
eben, ber nadjmattge «Strbet, the 
membnne of tbe brain i bat <5ä>f> 
•:.-.! tti Stittdjen« bei ben Xinbern, 
©cnnenfli*, airiaiia; göpfdjen int 
-■■■■, hock; Älinge, bilde; am 
4ifd), plate, top, boardi btt ®t» 
ber, comb; am sSeiberttetb, pane. 

®(flttn)en, n. amall leaf; »ur Un» 
(erläge, foil; Stitter, »pangle. 

Stattcbettgotb, n. goldleii, beaten 

Statten, v. r. m. to tlip off UtMi 

Statter, / pimple, bUin, wfaeal 
bliater; bie »tattern, «mall pox; 
eine etnjelne, pock; oer ®o) »eine, 
meaalei; ber tsebafe, tot*. 

®tatterge6ao?tne, n. pnffp»««. 

St* tt eng, adj. leaved. Iwfy, lull 
of leave»; Born SotfiMrl) wellp»«- 
ed over; «on einem ©temq ahiTei- 

<S t a t t e r t o t , adj. depriTed of 

leavel, leaflest. 
Slatterntagen, m. third nomach 

of ruminating caltle. 
Stattermafen, pt. pockhole». 
Slattermafig, adj. having pock- 

Stattern, v.r.n.lo hare the amall 

Slittern, v. r. a. in einem 95n*e, 
to turn over the teavea of a bookt 
her Statter berauben, to deprive of 
leavel , to itnleave , to plnck off 
leavel; ton Jfudjen unb ©feinen ftd>, 
to ihiver. 

Sla'tternarbe, /. pockhole. 

Slatternarbig, adj. having poek- 

Statternboli, n- gwaiacmn , li- 
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S tott fette, /. »ideof a leaf; pagp. 

SlOttjeiger, m. index. 

•Ötattjtnn, n. leafpn. 

Stau, adj. bin*; blaue äugen, blue 
■yei; bifllie ©tirfe , blrte itarch : 
blauet feof um öte Äugen, bbek 
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95 Ulf antut; m. leadcomb. 
93teifeb(d?en, n. bluebreast. 
Q5 l C t f C ff C (/ m. leadbuckct. 
95leifi[|en, n. leadcushion. 
ÜB 1 1 1 f 1 U ni p C n , m. lump of lead. 
95Uilotty, n. plump, plnmmet. 
fMetnagtt/ m. leadnail, scupper. 
93 ( e i r e n? t , «*(/. perpendicular ; — 

*jtJi\ plumb, plum. 
©(Ctrc^re/ /. leaden pipe; 
SMeirotlj/ n. red lead. 
95 ( e i Ja n b , m. sand of lead. 
95letfdS)id)t, /. casting (melting) 

ot lt ad. 
5Met frfjiefcr, m. leadslate. 
fßlei f <^ (a<f t, m f. dreggs, dross of 

lc»<l. 
95lei fcfrnur, /. plumbline. 

SCetfpat^/ m. white leadore. 
C c i fl a n 9 e , /. ber ©eittänaer, poy, 

pole. 

95 1 c i fr i f t* m. lead pen eil ; ein fcfctoar» 

5er / a black pen eil; etil VQttytX , a 

r<»d pencil. ( 
Q5teijiiftfutter, n. portcrayon. 
95leiftiftf)aUer, m. pencilcasc. 
95 C c 1 10 9 t t /. plumblevel , plum- 

met. 
Q3 (ei tue iß, u* ceruse, white lead; 

feinet, ilakewhite. 
95letu>urf, m. plumb , plnmmet ; 

FuetOUrf, phinrbing. 
95 l e i »0 U r 3 , /. lead wort. 
95tcijucfer, m. sugar of Sa tarn, 

«alt of lead. 

95 l e n b e, ■/. .Söanb , blind 1 folding 
screen ; in berjfrieg$&a*funfhbünds; 
95tfber6tenbe, niche; auf ©Riffen, 
•pritsail; ein Mineral, black jack, 

shamore. 
95,ienben, v. r. <r* to blind, exec- 
cate ; ton ju oielem 2id)t£ , to 
dazzle; tyferbe, to blindfold a 
horse ; mit ©efc^ertten, to blind 
with biibet, to bribe, corrnpt; 
bie3Bo!Ie, to die<bnt liglitly; burrf) 

Storfpicgelungen , to delude. 

95(enb(ateme//. dark lantliorn. 
95(enb(tn9, m. bastard , mongrel. 
QUetlbra^m, m. frarae. 
55 ( e n b fl e i n , m. ridgetile , gutter- 

tue. 
©Unbung, /. blinding; dazzling, 

blindfoldmg; deltision. 
95l* n blOerf, n. false- show • deln- 

sion, illusion; in ber 95efefrigun9, 

blind«. 

55leffiren, t>. a. r. = oeriounben, 

to woimd. 

95Ceffur, /. = 95ertounbun9 , SBun* 

be, wound. 
95 lief, m. look, glance, eyecast; 
auf einen ©lief , at one view; auf 
ben erften 95licf, at first sight; 
©liefe werfen, to cast looks, to 
dart gUncet > auf Streityerben, 

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95ti(f^w v. r. a. to look, view, 
glance» cast looks, ft$ b liefen laf» 
fen , to give a glimpte, to be dis- 
covered, to appear. 

95 li (ff euer, n. signal made by falte 
fire. 

©li (fCin 9/ m. blay, bleak. 

93 C t n b / ad), blind; qtbUtttet, oom 
@(an)e, dazed, dazzled; burd) 55er* 
6inbunj ber ÜXugen, blindfold; ixe 

6linbeitu6/ blindman'* buff; 6(tnbe 
At «l> fpieletl, to play at blindn/aSiU 
buff; fta. tru6e/ Jim, dark; «tri 
6(ittbe$ iSd)le§, a dead lock; 6(tn* 
bei' ©olbat/^ faggot; 6(inbei Jen* 
per, mockwiadow; 6(inber Angriff, 
niockassault, aitack ; frlinbeä %t* 
feeftt, mockfight; fclinber Wrm, 
falte, pretended alarm ; 6(inb la» 
beti, to mockcharge; bltnb f(tie§en, 
to shoot without a bullet 9 tlioot 
in theair; 6(inb anfouimcf. , to be 
CTOSStd — disappointed in one'i 
designs; fclinb Darauf lol, irregu- 
larly , at random. 

95 ( i n b e , f. spritsail ; deadl ; ghe. 

^(inbgcBorne, m. blindbom. 

95 1 i II b b e i t , ^. blinHnett , ablepty ; 
mit ©linb^eit geföfagen, Struck 
with blindness. 

95 l i n b l i n 9 $, adv. blindly , blind- 
folded. ' 

©tinbfa^Cei^e, /. bliudworm, 

sloeworm. 
53 1 i n f , 7/1. glenm , gliropse , tranai- 

tory view; clear spot in a cloudy 

sky. 
95(infen, v.r. n. to glance, shis^e, 

SHtter, gleam, twinkle; mit ben 
ugen, to twinkle, wink; \<b fa( 
e^ nur hinten, I gotonlya glimpae 
of it. 
951 inj ein, n. blinking. 

95(inaen 7 6 ( in 5 ein, % ». r. 0. to 

blink , twinkle. 

95 ( i n ) ( e r , m. blinkard , blinker. 

95(ift, m. ®lani ( glance; aui ben 
iSelfen U. f. 10., light'ninf. flash of 
lightening; loie ein 95(i(} / in a 

twinkling; fcom 9Jli^e gerührt, thun- 

drrstrtick. 
©li^aft (eiter , m. conduetor (of 
lightening). » 

Stiften, v. r. n. to lighten , flash ; 
glanjen, to sparkle, glitter. 

95 1 i ft f r 6 1 e, /. artful puss. 

95 ( i ft fl r a ^ (, m. lightening , flash of 

lightening. 

95(o(f, m. block ; ein biefer, log; 
Sföetaü^ pig, sow; ©aüjf^ininoe, 
SKolle , shipblock ; einf^et^cr, 
single block; fttoeifAeiftiaer, block 
with two sheaves ; 33to(6iorf, long 
tableblock ; JJafenfctocf , tingle 

block with a hook; 9Barre(o(ocf, 
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55 l u m e n f rf) c r b e I, w. fl>werpot. 
$(tun en fr enget, m stalk, spindle. 
Q>lumertflocf, m. flower 8 tick. 
B l u m e n fr ;• a u § , ?n. nosegay. 
B f u m e n fr u cf, n. flowerplot , flow- 

e parterre. 
8 I II m e n t f) e € / m. bloomtea. 
Blumentopf, m. flowerpot. 
Q5 1 u in e n tu c r f , u. festoon , garland 

of fl.vvert, flowerwork, flou- 

risbe*. 
95 f ll m e n $ e i t , n. flowering timo, 

flowcrse.ison. 

Q5 l u m e n 5 »p i c B e f , /. bulb. 

95 t u m t d) 1, adj l ; ke a flower, flow- 
erlike ; * (umetl fyafcenb, florid, flow- 
erv . 1-loomy. 

Bluittifi, wi. florier. 

B lü fe, /- lighth-Mise. 

Blut, ;i blood; auswerfen, to spit 
blo il ; lajTcn, to llood, let blood, 
bloodlet, dr.iw blood, blecd; ci 
tpalit, i* flusliet; vergießen, tosbed 
bk».»d; fliüen , to stop; nadj Blut 
bürfren , ro tbirst for biood ; in 
(«t f+UMlumcnb, deluged in blood ; 
fein <\(ctfd) unö Blut, bis flesb and 
bl«»oü; ton eblem Blut, of noble 
bl • d ; Bi6 atlf£95(ut/ to tbe quick; 
gerom;ene£, göre, clotted blood; 
ein junge! $uit/ sprigling; einfäl* 
ti^ei, poor simpleton, poor tbing. 

Btutaber, /. vein. 

blutarm, adj. miserably poor. 

B l U 1 6 a b , n. bloodshe-1 , slaugbter. 

Q5 l U 1 6 a n n , m. penal judicaiure. 

B l u t p l u m e, bloodflower. 

95 l U 1 6 il t? n e, /. scaffold, scaffold of 
execunon. 

Blutburft, m. bloodthirtt, tbirst 
f»-r blnoii. 

Blutburfltg, ad], bloodtbirsty, 
sanguinary , sangiunolent. 

Blutegel, m. leecli , bloodsticker. 

Bluten, v.r.n. to bleed ; to luffer. 
to be punished , to pay for; mein 
i£)erj Blutet , I blcrd mwardly for; 
bie wafe Blutet mir, 1 bleed at tbe 
nose. 

95 lU t färbe, /. sanguine. 

Blut farbig, ad), bioodeoloured. 

BlUtfinf , m. cb&flincb , red fineb. 

BlUt fU^ge, /. flag of defiance, 
red flag; sudden squall of wind. 

Blut flu 6, m. rottye SXufcr, bloody. 

flux; golbene Sber, emerods, eme- 
roids . Im rnorrlioids , piles; monat« 

ltdie Steinigung , courses. 

B l U t f l ll f f i g , ad), baving tbe 

bloodyflux etc. 
Blutfremb', ad), emite a stranger. 

Blutgana, m. f. B'utflug. 
Blutget'afi/ n. t-loo<]v?ssel. 

B*Ut gelb/ n. jrice of blood. 
Blutgericbt/ n. criminal justice. 
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amber . abscess. 
Blutgier, /. bloody mind, cruelty, 

inhumaniry. 
Blutgierig, ad), bloodyminded. 
Blutgterigfett, /. bloodyminded- 

ness. 
B l Ü t § e, /. blossom. bloom, blowth, 

flower; ber gliKfltct^e, envünfc^te 

Suffanb , flower , flourish , prime ; 

m. Bluten ber jpoffnung u. f. f., 
blossom; ea{ Befle einer &ad)e, 
flower ; monatliche Reinigung, cour- 
ses. 

Blüt&f nolpe, /. bud, gem. 

B i u t lj cf; 3 e i t , /. tbe saint Bärtig), 
lomew. 

Blutrot), n. bloodwood 9 Nicara- 
gua wood, red wo od. 

B ( u t f) U n b , 7/t. bioodhound ; ty- 
rant. 

Blutig, ad), bloody; mit Blut hf 
Pecft, bloodboltered; feinen Bluti* 

?en geller ^«ben, to bave not a 
aitlung: — adv. bloodiiy. 

Blutigel/ m. f. Blutegel. 

Blutjung, adj. very joting. 
Blutfraut, n. sanguinary. 
BlutUffe«, n. bloodletting; btt 

ti verrietet, bloodletter. 
Bluttauf/ m. bloodyflux. 
Blutto!, adj. bloodless. 

Blutmaffe, /. mass of bloocL 

B l U t n U B 1 /• ttlbert, 

Blutpfirfio)/ /. neetarine. 

B l u t r a oj e , /. re venge for blood- 

tbed. 
Blutrac^er; m. avenger of blood- 

sbed. 
Blutrejen, m. bloodraining. 
Blutreic^/ adj. sanguine , langui« 

neons. 

Blutreinigenb , wbat mtriflea 

the blood, (bloodpiirifyingr) 
Blutridjter, m. criminal lustice. 
Blutrot^ , adj, bloodrea , tan* 

fuine. 
utrunflig, adj. bleeding, bloody. 
Blutfauer, adj. very toilsome, 
painhil. 

Blutfauger, m. bloodsucker, tsjö- 

pire. 

BlutfcBanbe, /. incest. 
Blutfd^anber, m. ince*fuou« p»r- 

son. 
B l u t f oj a n b e r i f <(», adj. inoettuom: 

— adv. incestuoxsly. 
B l U t f (f> u l b , /. bloodgiuhineM, ca- 

pital ciiine. 
Blutfd^irar, m. boil, fejlon, bile. 
B l U 1 6 f r e U n b ; m. contanguinaous, 

near kin , kinsman. 
Blutlfreunbtn, /. kimwoman. 
B « u t $ f r e u n b f 0) a f t, /. consangui. 

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B l u t f p c t e n / ?i. spitting of blood. 
Blutftein, m, bloodstoue. 







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QJobttttrctgelb, n. money of bot- 
tomry. 

55ootnereinef>mer/ m. taker of 
butomrv moncv. 

53 f i fr , m. = Äugefföwamm, puff- 
ball. 

55 g c n , m. 6t ucf einer (firfelltme, 
arcli ; ©eroelbc, arcli, vanlt; Ju 
bcfb-pCü, fiiiJleaiick; ft»m £dMc6cn, 

bow; Rapier, iliecr ; für einen S^a« 

(er fren QiOget?, fora crowti a sheet; 
in Q5iu:fcft uno 55oncn, iri tho lump, 
fljogenboljrer, m driil. 

55ogenbrcre, /. vanltcd cielinp 
^ () c ti e r / m. bowyer, iietcher; 

ci ossbovvni.il* er. 
55ogcufa$rt, f. purchase in the 

lu:r»[). 

55ogenfenfter/ n. bowwindow. 
Qogengang, m. co vered walk *, 
vaulted alley ; arch ; arcadr. 

©ogengro§e/ /. i'olio; ein <Bnc& 
in 55ogetigröfic, a book iu folio; 
Icfen^ ro read in folios. 

55ogeniaube, /. arclied bower* 

SSogcn mattier, »»• f. ^oflener. 
Sogenfgtug, m. @$(u6jcem/ key- 

stone. 
©ogen fdjrcrber , m. hackney- 

wiiter. 

$5ogenfd)uS/ m. bowahot ; arebed 
shor. 

55ogenf(ftü$/ m. bowrnan , archer, 
bowyer; sagittary. 

S5ogenfra&, m. bowataff. 
Otogen fr eUttttg, f. arcade. 
t&ogc nioetfe/ ad). arcWite; fton 
Rapier, by skeeta. 

53oaenjirfct, m. boweompasici, 

callijver». 
53 g i g , ad 1 /, bent , curved ; arched ; 

scolloped. 

53ogfiren, f. bngfiren. 

»ogfprtet, ». 53ogf*an$e, /> f. 

53ugfpriei, T>ugfKwge. 
55o&le, /. SrtnfgefAf / bowl. 
55 b ( e, /. ^o^erne, tbick plank, or 

board. 
55otyfen ; v. r. «..to plank» lay with 

arrong planka, to board« 
5^ 6 \) in e / ui. Bohcmian. 
SB 6 b 111 C n, Bohcnua. 
<5 6 b W i n , /. female Boliemian. 
$5e(mifc6, ad]. Baliemian ; 66r)mi* 

fifjC Dörfer, thtn^s mtcrly stränge. 

55 b n C , /. bean ; pflanzen, to plant ; 
turfifrfic, weiföe 53ebne, phasel. 
frcncli bcan , kidneybi'an; Meine 
TScime/ (gfaubcfynC/ horaebean; geig? 
boljne, lupiae; $vkd)b o\)t\e, dwarf- 
bcan. 

55 b n e n / v. r. «r. to rub with wax. 
fdobnenmiii)ie ß J. bcanmill. 
55o^ncnfranqe, / prop for beaus ; 

ein langes 3Räb<$en, maypole. 
Sotynenßroi), 0. bcaiutraw. 



536bn&afe, m. tyfuffyer,- biutgler, 

huddler; jagen/ to cliase die bung- 

ler. 
"Q5obtl[appcn, m. rubbingelout. 
53 b r e » # v. r. c. to bore , perforatCp 

drill. 
*5 l) r C n , ». boring, terebration. 
5^ 9 r e^ jt U ^ C , m. arborstand. 
^ob-cr, m. borer; SBerfjeua JUttl 

^ol^rcn, borer, bore; ein Heiner, 

gimlvt; einci tymmaniamu*, auger» 

winiblo; o^nc ©ntf, bii. 
95 l) r I tt 6 e , /. boring fiamo. 
53 ob rl ad), ?x. bore. 
55 b r m e b 1 / »• borin^s. 

53obrp(otte//. brcastplate. 

*T* I) r f p Ä n e / 7'/. boi ini;$. 

^ohfJCltq, n. boriug tools. 

Q5 1/ m. baize. 

55 i r / m. boyard. 

® je, /. bnov. 

5^0) (a 15/ 71. baysalt. 

55 t a l / m. »ilvör — golden goblet, 

cup. 
536 f et, m. pickte; SUif^ in t»Clf 

9SofeC (coen, to pickle. 
'55of c(f(eif(^/ n. pickled meat. 
556tel^ärind/ m. piokled herring. 
55 • ttltlf v. r. a. to pickle. 
$0C(/ m. fnr, i)ilo; — aoj. hard, 

stiff, unnialleable« 

55ollberfe// canopy. 

8ollf//. an Raunten unb Wan\w, 

bird, gf-m; pWtcber, biilb. 
55o(ietfen/ 77. bitlletiron. 
55o l( enge» a d)t f n. bulbaceons 

plan f. 
53ÖUer, m. little mortar. 
55ontoert/ 7t. bulwark. bastio». 
^ofn^/ m. bole; arincniftyer / bole 

arnieniac» common bole; Ct$ter* 

fine bole. 
55 otu^meffer/ n. bolusknife. 

53 ( 8 e n , 771. bolt, «-»itoav, dart, 
lletcb, thaft; in einem tylärtcifcn, 
heater for a boxiron ; a\\ci JU 53 el* 
&en bre^cn ; to misinterpret all one 
says. 

55om Barbe/ /. bombard. 

530 m Barbe ment/ n. bombard« 

ment. 
55om6arbter ; m. bombardier. 

^omOarbter*@a(iot€/ f. bomb- 

kotrli , bombveȀel. 
53om6arbiren, v. r. a. to bombard. 
53 nt 6 a f i n / m. bombaaine, fustian, 

dimitty« 

55 m b a fl / m. bombast. 

1& m 6 e / / bomb , bombshell ; »er* 

f'en , 10 eist bovnbs« bombard. 
55 m b c n t e tl / aJJ. bombproof. 
53ombenftjrc,/. bombcheiu 
55 n 3 e , m. bonza. 
55on en/ ylur. bonsea. 
iö 1 , f. 55ot. 
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33otmafttgfett, /. dominion. 
53otnagel, m. boatnail. 
5? t |" <f) a f t / /. niessage , errand. 
53 1 f d) a f t e r , m. am bassador. 
55ct^Mfcn, m. boathook. 



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53 1 6 f n e cf) t, m. \ boatswain, boats- 
35 o t $ m a 
mariner. 



P d) t, m. \ 

n n , m. J 



man, Seaman, 



53otemaft, m. boatmast. 
Q5otöfeiC, /i. boat's rope. 
35ottau, n. fast. 
53 6ttd)er, in. cooper. 
53ottrf)ertotyn., m. cooperage. 
556ttd)ermarfe, i /. timberscribe, 

marker , marlting jron. 
33 Ottelt er, m. yictualler, butler 

on board of a ship. 
55 1 1 i <f) f m. coop , vat , barret. 
53ofce"f ©tabt, ßolzano. 
53 o u i i i o n, jf. = gCeifö&ru&f, broth. 

530Ut((on(Öffe(, m. gravyspoon. 

53ourgogne, Canb, Bnrgimdv. 
Q3outei((e, /. = Jfafffce, fcoule, 

glass bottle ; auf ^outetllen lieben, 

to boitle; in 53outetU<n , bottled; 

@enf in 53outeiUen, bottled mu- 

tfard. 

53outet((enabr e f f e,/. bottlelabel. 

530Utei((en6ier, n. bottled beer. 
33outeiUen6ricfe, /. bottlestand. 

SoutetUengtaÖ, n. bottleglass. 
®0Utet((enforb, m. h am per. 
530U(ei((enruo?, n. bottlerack. 
53rüd), adj. fallow , unploughed; 

liegen , to lie fallow. 
tytQd) adev, m. fallow ground , 

fallow Held. 

3$ r a (6 e , /. failowness ; 2Ccf er , ber 
braeö liegt; fallow; @ommer6rad)e, 
summeriallow; bte 2Cr6ett be$ '$ra* 
eben*, fallowing; bie 33rad)e t/c ge* 
fd)ffyen, fallowing is donc; 3eit be$ 
v Bracfcett6/ fallowtime, season. 

3$racben, *'. r. a. to fallow, break 
the ground. 

53racpfeCb, 53rac$Ianb, n. fallow 

ground, layland. 

33racbmonat, m. June. 
53rocb ff, 35rad)fme, m. bream. 
3$rad)t> ogel, m. plover. 
55ra<$aeit,/. fallowing season. 
55rccf, m. em S)unb, brach, 
fgratf, n. gugföiifi/ refuse, trash. 
gjracfen, u. r. a. to single oüt, 

choose out. 
93 r a <f g u t , w. refuse , outeast. 
©racfW) affer, n. DTackish water. 

Qjrä&n*«/ *'• r. n. pon ben ©Auen, 

to lust arter the boar. 

«Srawe, 53r&me, /. SXanb, brim. 

53 r h tn e , /. \ bree, breeze, gadbreeze, 

3$ramf*//-/ gadfly; horsrfly; ber 

ijuffcfjnitebe , Brake, snafllc. 
53 r a m t n / m. bramin. 

53 r a m f e g e ( / n. topsail. 
©r&mfcn, v. r. «. ein Vferb, to 

snaflle a horse. 



55ramflange, /. topgallant mast. 
53ranb 7 nu burning, hre; in 53ranb 

f ommen, to take fire ; in »Sranb fte« 

(fen / to set on fire , to set nre to ; 

im ^ranbe feyn , to be in a blaze ; 

ein S}au$ ton bem 53ranbe retten, to 

save a house from burning, irom 
bei ng set on nre; einen 53ranb (6* 
feben, to quench a fire; ber leftte 
53ranb/ ( the last fire, burning; eine 

cbtntrgifde Operation, burning; ein 
um fidb greifenber 53ranb, conflagra- 

cion;. ber talte 53ranb, gangrene, 
mortification; ber £nocr)en , Änc* 
d)enbranb, caries; 6ranbig f carious; 
an ben 53äumen, blast, blastment; 

am betreibe, blight; heftige, ter« 
jer^renbc fietbenfebaft, Are, burning; 
brennenbe^ ©tücf jpolj , brand, fire- 

I brand; Süfcbbranb, quenched fire- 
brand ; ein \^ranb Riegel, a burning 
of bricks ; 53ranbwunbe, bnru ; dry 
burning; toom foebenben 50 äff er, 

sealding, humid burninfi;. 

55ranbaber, /. iliac vein. 
53ranbb(afe, 53r anbblatter, /. 

blister, bleb. 
53ranb6o<f, m. andiron, brandiron. 
53 r a n b 6 r 1 1 f , m. fireloss artest ; 

commination letters sent out by 

incendiariea. 

53 ran b<£ äffe, /. nreo/Ece. 

^Branbeifen, n. andiron, 

% r a n b e n , v. r. «. to e&tuate, 

® ran ber, m. fireship; einer 53omBe, 

fusee. 
53ranbfie6 er, n. inflammatoiy 

fever. 
53ranbf(ecfen / m. mark of burn- 



ing. 



53ranbfucb^/ m. sorrelhorse. 
53ranbgaffe« /. narrow internal 

between buildingt to stop the fire. 
53ranbg(ocfe, /. fircbell, alarm- 

bell. 
53ranb6afen, m. firehook. 
9 r a n b i d) t , adj. brandlike ; eilt 

6ranbtrf)ter 0eru<$ , a brandlike 

smell. 
53ranbtg, adj. blasted, blighted, 
53ranbtorn, n. blighted com. 
53ranb!ugeC, /. fiTeball; €arcaffe, 

carcass. 
53ranblatttcr), m. colt's foot. 



«Branbleiter,/. fireladder. 

brand. 



^ranbmat, &ranbmarf, n. 



<SranbmaIen, 6ranbmarfen # 

v. r. a. to brand, stigmatise, 

53ranbmauer,f. brickwall. 
©fanbmeife,/. coalmoute. 

^Branbopfer, n. borntoffering, 
53 r a n b p f a b 1/ '"• burning stake. 
53ranbroggen, m. blighted rye. 

33 r n b r "u t h e , /. andiron. 
53ranbfaCoe, /. salve for bumt 
limbs. 



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Sotma Stufet t, f> dominion. 

53 ttl a gel, m. boatnail. 

Q) t |~cfy a f t , /. niessagc , errand. 

55 Pt f rf) af ter , m. ambassador. 

33oti>bafen, m. boathook. 

55 t $ f n e d) t, ro. \ boatswain, boats- 

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mariner. 
Sotlmafi, m. boatmast. 
Q5ot$fei(, /i. boat's rope. 
35 Ott Oll, n. fast. 
Rottet) er, m. cooper. 
55ott(fyer(of?n., m. cooperage. 
95©ttd)ermarfe, f. timberscribe, 

marker , marking Jron. 
S»tte tter, m. yictualler, butler 

on board of a ship. 
35 1 1 1 ety , m. coop , vat , barret. 
55*fcen, @tabt, Bolzano. 

8 o u t U p n, /. =z Sfeifd)bru&e, broth. 

%>Q uillonibff ei, m. gravyspoon. 

95ourgpgne, £anb, Burguudv. 
Q5putet((e, /. — Jfaffbe, boule, 

glass bottle ; auf 53outettten Rieben, 

to bottle; in 55outeiUen , bottled; 

@enf in 55outeiUen, bottled mu- 

stard. 

95outei((enabr e f f e,/. bottlelabel. 
55outei((enbter, n. bottled beer. 
Sputeitlenbricfe, /. bottlestand. 

$}pUteiUengla£, n. bouleglass. 
Q5PUtei((enfor6; m. hamper. 
90U(ei((enrucf, n. bottlerack. 
55rad), ad)', fallow, unploughed; 

liegen, to lie fallow. 
35rac£acfer, m, fallow ground, 

fallow Held. 

55racöe f /. fallowness; 3(cfcr, ber 
brac$ liegt, fallow; ©ommerbracbe, 
summeriallow; bie Arbeit be$ 55ra* 
cben$, fallowing; bie ®rac^e ift ge* 

fc&etyen, fallowing is donc; gett bei 
v gra«(>ert$, fallowtime, season. 
55rO(f>en, v. r. *. to fallow, break 
the jground. 

fgvacpfetb, 95rac$Ianb, n. fallow 

ground, layland. 
55racbtnonat, m. June. 
9 r a (^ f e, 55 r a c$ f m e , m. bream. 
3Jrac&t>p # gel, m. plover. 

95ra^jeit,^. fallowing season. 
55rc<f, m. em jftunb, brach, 
fgratf, n. &u£fa)U§, refuse, trash. 

55racfen r v. r. <*. to singlo oüt, 

choose out. 
Q5 r a <f g U t / w, refuse , outeast. 
©raefroaffer, n. DTackish water. 

fÜvhbnen, r, r. n. t?on ben ©auen, 

to lust after the boar. 

«Staute, 93rame, /. Slanb, brira. 

55 r & tn e , f.\ bree, breeze, g ad breeze, 
8Jr am f */./•/ gadfly; horsefly; ber 

^uff^mtebe, Brake, snaffle. 
*J5 r a m i n , ?n. braniin. 

<5 r a in f e g e l , n. topsail. 
55ramfcn, v. r. «. ein tyferb, to 

snaffle a horse« 






®ramfrange, /. topgaliant maat. 

55 r a n b , m. burning, Are ; in 33ranb 
fommen, to take Are; in 53ranb fte* 
(fen , to set on fire , to set fire to ; 
im $KMbe feyn , to be in a blaze ; 

ein S}aui ton bem 55ranbe retten, to 

save a house rrom burning, Irom 
being set on fire; einen 55ranb 1p* 
feften, to quench a Are; ber (e^te 
55ranb/ the last fire, burning; etne 

cfoirurgiftfe Operation, bm-ning; ein 
um fli greifenber 55ranb, conflagra- 

cion ;• ber falte 55ranb , gangrene f 
mortification; ber Änoctjen , Äno* 
c^enbranb, caries; branbig, carious; 
an t^en Räumen, blast, blastment; 
am betreibe, blight; heftige, ter« 
je^renbc fieibenfebaft, Are, burning; 
brennenbe^ @tücf jpolj , brand, fire- 

brand; Süfo^branb, quenclied fire- 
brand ; ein v ^ranb 3tege(, a burning 
ofbricks; 55ranbwunbe, burn ; dry 
burning; t?0m foc^enben Wdfitt, 
sealding, humid burning. 

55ranbaber, /. iliac vein« 
55ranbb(afe, 95tanbb(atter, /. 

blister. bleb. 
55ranb6ocf; m. andiron, brandiron. 
Q5ranb6rtef, m. fireloss artest; 

commination letters sent out by 

incendiaries. 

55 r a n b * € a ff e, /. fireoffice. 
55ranbeifen, n. andiron« 
% ran ben, v. r« n. to estuate. 
95 r a n b e r, m. firethip ; einer 55pm6e, 

fusee. 
55ranbf i e 6 er, r. inflammatory 

fever. 

55ranbftecfen, m. mark of burn- 
ing. • 

^vanbfu*^, m. torrelhorse. 

55ranbgaffe, /. narrow internal 
between buildings to stop the fire. 

55ranbg(ocfe, /. firebell, alarm- 
bell. 

55ranb(;aten, m. firehook. 

9 r a n b i ä) t , adj. brandlike ; ein 

branbiu)ter ©erutt) , a brandlike 

smell. 
55ranbig, adj. blasted, blighted, 
55ranbfprn, n. blighted com. 
95ranb!ugel, /. fiTeball; €arcaffe, 

carcass. 

55ranblatticb, m. colt*s foot. 



55ranbleiter,/. fireladder. 
brand. 



^ranbmat, ^feranbrnarf, n< 



<5ranbma(en, branbmarfeit/ 

v. r. a. to brand, stigmatise. 

95ranbmauer,/. brickwall. 
©ranbmeife,/ eoalmous«. 
55tanbopfer, n. bnrntoiFering, 
55ranbpfai)(, nu burning staken 
55^anbrpggen, m. blighted rye* 
35ranbrutbe, /. andiron. 
55 r a n b f a ( D e , /. salve for bornt 
limbs. 



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forc throat; ber ©c^wetrtC/ wild 
fire. 

95rauneUe, /. f. Brünette. 

95 r ä U n t *•! , v. r. ß. to make brown : 

— v. r ,1. to £row brown. 
95 r ö u n f t f cf? ^ 111. puxpoise, - seahog. 
53 1 a u n fy ä n f ii n 5 , m. f. öanfling. 
93 r a u n t> e i l / h. pri ver, priin, prim« 

print, primeprmt. 
93raunfo9(, m. boracole. 
95 r a u n f P f / m. brownhead. 
95 r O u n ( i d) , adj bro wnish. 
93raunvotb/ «<(;• brownred. 
93raunrot^/ n. Indian red , red 

oclire. 
95 r a u n f d) ip e i g, @tabt, Brunswick. 
93föUnfretn / m. bro wnstone, nian- 

gancsc. 
95 r a Uli ft r e i f t g f adj. brown- 

stTeakert. 
95 r ö u n ip U r J, /. figwort, pilewort, 

blind nettte , scrotu'aria. 
95 r a it r e dj t , n. right of brewing. 
95r a U ^, m. agitation. fennentation ; 

bustle, tuniuLi ; im @aufe unb 

33railfe (eOcn, to rios and revei; 

©a^ren beä 53ier$ unb Söeinä, flow 

ering, frotliing, fermcntation. 
93 r a u f a) e , /. bump , bruinc. 
93 r a U | C, /. tcnnenution ; moutli of 

a warering pot. 

feroufen, v. r. n. tpie SBtnb unb 

5ßeüen ; to rush, roar, foam, blust- 
er; ber braufenbe ©türm, boisier- 
oiiji storm; fia. gieren ton 53i«r 
unb 2Bein, toilower, frotk, fcr- 
irient, tiet; psn einer heftigen Sei* 
benfdiaft/ to fret» formen t; Pon 
$ferbcn, to snort, suufter; ton 
ben Obren, to hurri, bnzz, tingle. 

93föu3tya(?rt, "<• f tarhern , her 011, 
ruiT. 

93 rauf ig/ <id/. boisterous, tmbu- 
lent, noisome, rash. 

93 r a U t / f bride , «pouse ; snmm er- 
duck; Braut t« paaren (Vflanje), 

small fennelflower. 
93raut&Ctt, n. bridebed. marriage- 

bed , genial bed, nuptiai btd. 
Brautführer, m. brideruan, bride- 

leadcr. 
95rautfu$rerin,/. bridemaid. 
S5rautgerät$/ n. bride's fairings, 

paraphw-nnlia. 

Brautgcfctyenf, w. bridal — tpon- 

•al present. 
95taut^au^i «• bride* 1 « kabitation, 

or house, 
Bräutigam, m. bridegrooxn. 
33rautigam6abenb # m. bride- 

groom's evening. 

$5rautjun$fcr//. bridemaid. 

$raut£amine r, J\ wedding Cham- 
ber, brid chanibor. 

©rautfietb; n. wedding gown, 
wedding dress, wedding clothes, 
nuptiai garment. 



^routfranj, m. bridal garland» 

or ivreaih. 
95 r aut(ieb/ n. bridal liymn , nup* 

tial song, wedding tong, epithi- 

Liniium. 
93 t a U t ( 6 f U n 0/ /. lioence to marry. 
53 r Q u t m a \) i , n, nuptiai entertain« 

ment , wedding feair. 
53 r d U t in e f f e / /• wedding mass. 
Brautmutter, /. bridebed's pre- 

parer; brideraoth<r. 
^vautnac^t, /• wedding night^ 

biidal night. 
Q^rautrtita- m. wedding ring. 
^3 1* a u t f c^ a ^ / m. dower , do wery, 

poriion. 
55 r a u t f d) m u (f , m, nuptiai , bridal 

Ornament. 

"B r a u t f ti p p e , /. caudle. 

<Öv auttag, nr. bridal day , wed- 
ding day, afüauce (betroilung) day. 

^rauttuagen, m, nuptiai coach. 

Brautwerber/ m. smtor , wooer. 

Q3 r a u tp a n n e / /. brewing tub. 

"B r a u tP e fc n / n. brewing busineit. 

53raP/ qdj. brave, valiant; clever, 
brisk, spruce; eine ftrCDe £f>0t , a 

noble aeuon; ein 6rapcr Offtner, 
a callant oiTicer; ein feraPerJjungf, 
a laudable boy; ein 6raper @4lagi 
a tound blow : — adv. brave lr, 
doughtily, mightily; flO) (rap Wt\)* 
ven/ to make a stont resiitahee; 
er l>at 6rap gcerOt/ iie got a largo 

inheriiauce. 

<8rapabe, /. = 93Qrf^fjett / ©roS* 
fprcd)crei, bravade, hectoring. 

55raPbeit,/. bravery. 

3$ r a v t r e n , v. r. ». zz gro|fpre<$en, 
^9t)nfpvec^en ; to look big, to hec* 
tor, vapour, crack, vaunt, awag- 
ger; einen/ to iutult upon, «{Froiit. 

95reaVar5nei//. vomit, puke. 

® v e 0> h a r ; ady frangible , brittle • 
pon ©traten/ refrangibl©. 

93rc d)6ar!cit, /. frangiblanest v 
brittlenesa; bc* Xltyi, refrangibi- 
lity. _ 

95re*baunt/ m. = «Wc flatt ^e» 

teU gebraust/ largo handtpike. 
95recbbo^nC|/. common white or 

durch kidneyboan, french beaa. 
®rea^bifle(/ /. con«»oii eryngo, 

hollv. 
Q3red)e//. brake* m 

&veä)ei(en , n. ctoo, ironcUw # 

ironleaver. 

53recben/ v. «• »• (p*rt. vass. geBw 

rfjcn, imp> tva^)/ to break; feilt 

S}W\ braa> ibm, hii heart broke; 

au»6rcd)en- to break out; bic @on# 

. nc tratn bur* t>it Stolfen, ti e tun 

b^-oke rliron^h tbo clouds ; bie »U* 
qcn f!nb t^m gebrcoSen, hit erat 
are brok n ; ber &wf tpiU t^m pre« 

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35 r e n n ^ C i §, adj. burninghot, scald- 

inghot, redhot. 
53renni)e(m, m. top of che still or 

alernbick. 
SJrenn^otj, n. firewood, fewel, 

firing. 
55rennfolbe, m. alernbick, still, 

cnctirbit. 
5$rennfraut, n. mullein, wool- 

blade. 
QJrcnntuft,/. inflammable air. 
85 r ennin t ttct , n. caustic, cautery. 
fBrennneffeC//. stinging nettle. 
Q5t*ennofcn, m.Duniin^ oven, kiln. 
Q3rennö(, 77. burningoil. 
55r*nnpunft, m. focus. 
SB r e n n f p i C q e 1, m. burning mirror. 
©rcnnfloff, m. burning matter. 
IBrcnntPCttC,/. focal distance. 

53 r e n n 15 c u g, n. limbec, still, tools 

for distiHing. 
^rcnactn, v. n. r. to smell, or 

taste ol burning. 

5Jrefc^e, /. =r »föauer&rucb, ©all* 

brurfr, lätUVmthdf, breach. 
93refi!?aft, adj. invalid , decrepit, 

mairned. 
Bretagne, £anb, Britanny. 
©rett, tt. board, plank; mit ^BvtU 

tcrn belebt, boarded ; ^ablbrett, aha- 

eng ; er \)<xt mid) auf einem Brette 

fcejüfyft, he lias payed ine in a 
lump; (Spielbrett; table; im ^TCtt 
fptefen , to play at tables , at 

draughts; 1)oa) am 53rett fe»n , to 

be in high favour, in high coii 
sideration, to swim in high war«-, 
to 8it tipon the pinnacle. 

55 r e 1 1 & a U m, nl. tree fit for boards. 

^tCttertl/ ar/;. boarded, planked. 

53rettcm, v. r. a. to board, plank. 

55rettern>anb,/. boardpartition. 
55rettm üble, /. sawmül. 

55rcttnagel, m. boardnail. 

55 r e tt f a g-e, f. whipsaw, pitsaw. 

55rettfc^nciDer, m. sawer, saw 

yer. 
55rettfpte(, n. game at tables, at 

draughts ; bat $}rett fel&ft, tables, 

draughts. 
Q3i # Cttfpteler, m. player at tables, 

draughts. 
55 r e 1 1 ft e t n , m. man (^at draughts). 
5$ reu 11/ m. panic, nullet. 
53r.e^el/ m. cracknel, cracklinr. 

55rePter, n. = 55etformel&uc$, bre- 

viary. 
55r i cf C/ /. lampray, lickstone. 
95 r t (f e, /. man at ckess , draughts; 

round wooden plate, trencher; )um 

Unterteilen, stand. 
55 rief, m. letter, epistle; ein 53rjrf 

Nabeln, a paper of pins; ein^rief 

»taftaef/ a packet of tobaeco ; 2Becfy' 

fei, bill. 
Sftrtcfabcl, m. patentnobility. 
SJrief&Ote, m. letter beaxer. 



93 rf 

n, letterbook, letter- 



note, 

writ- 
ln writing: — adv. by let- 

m. limner of cards. 



55rieftu$, 

ccpybook. 
55 ri «(gelb, n. postage. 

Ȁ r t e f g e tt) 6 i b e, n. archives. 
'S rief gut, n. leitet goods. 
35 r i e f f a (l e n , #n. letterbox. 
Stiefle in, n. little letter. 

bill 
tyvieflid), adj. epistolary , 

ten , 

ters. 

55Hefmaf er, 

car Jpainter. 
05 * t e ( n a b e 1, /. paperpin. 
Briefporto, n. = 55rieflo$n/ post- 

age. 
55rjefpofr, /. mail. 
5* r i e f p r e f (e , /. letterpress. 
Q5rteffacf, m. budget. 
?5 rief febaften , letters, ancient 

wrjtings, records etc. 
35 r i e f fi e d) e r , m, a needle for 

pieicing papers , in Order to tie 

them ingether with tape or string. 
5}rtef(teUer / m. lerterwriter; let- 

terb*>ok, 1« ttercopybook. 
95rjcffl reicher, m. folder. 
55 f j 6 f fr P 1 / m. epistolary style. 
Q5tteftafd)e,/. lettercase , pocket- 

book. 
^Heftatl&e//. carrierpigeon. 
Briefträger, m. letterbearer. 
® r i e f W e (^ f e 1 , m. correspondence. 
*5 r i <? a b e, /. = Äriecje^aufc, brigade. 
^5 r i g a b i e r , m. brigadier generll. 
5i>ri^antine, /. britantine , brig. 
35 r i i( a n t , m. bnlliant : — adj. 

brilliant; ber @lana bed SriWantt, 

brilliancy, brilliantness ; briUantU 
ten, to make brilliant; brillanttrt/ 
diam^ndent. 
55rtUe, /. spectacles; ftg. tri fies, 
fiddh-fddule; auffe^en# to put spec- 
tacles on 'tlie nose ; fig* to impose 
upon oue, to enrh , cross; dritten 
Perfaufcn, to bnbble , teil tales, 

f»ut .1 ri^eat upon; grille be€ bcfui* 
icfjcn ©emacb^, tlie seat (ot the 
comirions , in the house of ohHce, 
of a close stoolj. 
55 v i 1 1 c n f u 1 1 e r , n. case of speeta* 

C>C8. 

55rilfeng(a£, n. spectacleglass. 

55 r i l l e n m a a) e r, m. speetacie- 
maker. 

55rt((enrin() / m. spectacleframe. 

55 r i 1 1 e n f c& l'a n g e, /. crowned sex- 
])ent, cobra de cupello 

55 r t ( 1 <J a 1 1, n. hole of the privy. 

tgriiiaen, v. i. a. (pert. joäjx. ge« 
bra<f t, imp. brad)te) f to brin^ T con- 
vey ; tcr tonnte i^n nicfjt babin brin« 
gen, bu§ er — , I could not pre- 
vail lipon hin» to — ; IPie trett t^A» 

ben &c btc ©ac^e gebrad^t, liow 

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Iris tirelihood; Sai&, loaf: — J>}ur. 

loavcs; gucfer, sitgarloaf; {grot 

baden , to bake bread. 
&r otbhdtv, m. baker. 
$3rotbant, /. breadtable, bread- 

room, breadstall. 
55rotbaum, m. jacatree. 
53rotbrct, m. pap, panada, panado. 
Q3 r 1 b i e 6 , m. deprirer of living, 

livelihood. 
95rotfrltd)t/ /. breadfruit. 
S&rotfyatl^e, /. pantry. 
53rotl)crr r to. employer , xnaster 

(o£ a family). 

5) r o t f o nun e r, /. pantry ; im ©u)iffe, 

breadroom. 
53 r o t f o r b , m. breadbasket. 
53 r e t f r u m e , /. crum of bread. 
53robfuc()en, m. breadeake. 
53 r tf Ü mittel / w. carawayseed. 
53rot(o<5, adj. bread 1 e3t, destitute 

ot bread , unemployed. 
33votmarft, to. brendmarket. 
55 VO t m cf fer, n. breadknife. 
53 r o t n e t b , m. euvy of trade. 
55retra fpel, /. brendrasp. 
35rotret6e, /. breadgrater. 
55rotrinbe, /. ernst. 
53rotf<f)arren , m. breadroom. 
55 1 t f d) e i b e , /. sjice of bread. 
Q^rotfcf) netter, to. breadehipper. 
Q3rotf et) vagen, m. breadroom. 
35rotfd>ranf / m. pantry , bread- 

board. 
55rotfpenbe, /. distribution of 

bre.id. 
53rotteUer, m. breadplate. 
©rottorte,/, breadtart. 
55rotun(j,/. baking. 
55rottt>affer, w. bread water. 
35ro trottin er, w. ein £eefeaet am 

obern <gnbe ber 55efanruU)e ober ber 

©affcl, driver. 
55rud), m. eineS ©(iebeS, breaking, 
fracture ; ber <££e, breaking of the 
conjn^al bonds ; ber <3efe$e / in- 
fringexnent of the law»; tm tyor* 

lelUn u. f. f., flaw ; an einem 53fatt 
Rapier, foLd; 9?eu6rud) in beri'anb* 
rt>trt^fdf>aft , breaking of a gTOtmd ; 
fce$ Unterleiber, ' hernia, rupture, 
burstenness ; im SKecfynen / fraction ; 

in bie 95ruo)e fallen, to cume to 
nötig bt. 

55 V tt d> / to. moor , marsh , fen , bog. 

53 r U d; a r J t, to. hernia (rupture) eu- 
rer, eurer of burstenness. 

53rurf)banb, n. truss. 

55 r u d) b r o f fe l , /. greater reed- 
sparrow. 

55rud)e, 55ru*te, /. ein 2Jer6re# 
d)en , crime ; ©elbfrrafe bafür, fine, 

amercement. 

53rüc^en, brückten, v. r. a. to 

fine» anierce. 
55 r u et) f a U i (J , adj. fineable. 
53 r u d) i <J , adj. britdt , fragile. 



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53rud)fraut, n. rnptnrewort. 
®r ud) mefftng, n. brais shruff. 
53ruo)pflafrer, n. herniaplaster. 
53 r u d) f d) l o£, n. ruinous Castle. 
53rud?fdjnetber, m. herniacurer. 
53rut6f4>nepfe, /. snipe, snite. 

55 t U d) fi l b e r , n. broken plate. 
53ructyfretn, m. quarrystone , free« 

stone. 
05 r u d) fr ü (f , n. fragment , scrap. 
55ruc$Pogt, m. reeeiver of the 

fine«. 

©rücfe, /. bridge; eine 55ruo?e bauen, 
to build a bridge; abwerfen, to 
throw down , to break down ; ei» 

nem bit igruefe treten, to help one 

out, to Support one's cause. 
Erliefen, v. r. a. to bridge. 
■5 r ü d' e n b tt , m. bridging , the art 

of building bridge s. 

53fU(fcnge{b, n. pontage, bridge- 
bore. 

^ruefenjoe^, n. crossbeams, arc, 
areb. 

<J3r tiefen pfeiler, m. pier. 
55rucfenpfenntg , m. ponuge, 

bridgebote. 

$ruo?enf$rei6er, m. reeeiver of 
the bridgebote. 

S rucfen Ö oll, m. pontage, bridge- 
toll, brugbote. 

95 v U b e l, m. vapour , damp 9 breath ; 
mit @eraufc^, bubble. 

© r U b e l n , v. r. n. to bubble. 

53 r u b e r , to. brother : — p/nr. bro- 
thers; auf ber Äan^el: meine ^Jrü* 
ber, my brethren ; mein leidiger 
53ruber, my fiill brother; &±t00ß 
<ter, brother in law, brother; JOttfy 
bruber, sworn brother, crony; (et 
SK6nd)^orben, brother, friar; ©ru» 
bevö Jrau , sieter in law ; 25ruberi 
©o^n, nephew; 55ruberi Jo^ter, 

nicce. 
53 i'ubertinb, w. couain german. 
©ruber! inber, plur. couaina gex- 

man. 
55t Über tu 6, m. fratemal kiaa. 
Q5 r ü b e r l i d), adj. brotherly , &ater- 

nal : — adv. fraternally. 
55ruberlie6e, /. fraternal lora* 
55rubermorb, m. murder of a bfo- 

tlier. 
5}ru bermörber, m. murdeTer of 

a brother. ' 
©ruberm orbertn, /.murdereu of 

a brother. 
55rüberfd)a f t,-/. brotherhood , fra- 

teritity, fellowthip. 

55riifye, /• broth; |u 55raten, %'u 
fc^en u. f. f., aauee; in ber 55ru^e 
fteefen, to be in a fiue pickte, to 
be inrolved in a bad afrair. 

53 r ü ^ e n , v. r. ö. to aeald ; to gull, 
cully. 

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chested; einen an bie 53mfr brücfen, 

to preM one to 011 e 's owu bosom ; 
<?cr;nürbruft, bodice, stays. 
55rufraber, /. thoracick vein, pec- 
toral vein. 

95rufraraenei, /. pectorals. 
»jrufrbalfam, m. pectoral balrii, 

balsam. 
ißrufibanb/ n. lace or slring for 






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53 r u fr b a U m > jh. Weaver's beam , 
*arnbeam. 

55r u|lbeete, /. jujub; bte fötvarae, 

sebrstine. 
93 r " ff ö € I n, n. breastbone, stornon. 

85 r u fr b e f U m m u n g , /. depression 

of the breast. 
®ru fr Defalt) erbe > /. Indisposi- 
tion in the breast, or tlie lungs. 
Q3r ti fl 6 t Co, n. bust. 
*£> V u ft & i n b r , /. breastband« 
*5 r U |r b ( 1 1 , n. br/tastblade. 
55ruflbrett, n. breastboard. 
*8rtifrdKn, n. little breast; chin- 

cloth, brcastelolh , gorget. 
yrufrbrilfe, /• bieasiglandule. 
55rÜfrett, v. r. reeipr. to liöld np 

one's head, to look big, to bridle, 

to bricken. 
fBr ( Ufccntaiittbun^/ /. inflamma- 

lion in the breast, or ehest. 
55 ru ftc f fen J, ^. pectoral essence. 
55 t U |T f e l T, n. diapfnagm , midriff. 
Q3 r II fr f i e 6 C r , w. pectoral fever. 
Q3ruftflecf, m. stoniacher; €*dhir$* 

feü, leathcrapron; bei' Sc^tmci* 

fter, plastrnn. 
55 r u ft g a n 9 , m. pectoral duet , or 

conduit. 
53rufrgcfü§, n. pectoral ve*sel. 
55 r tt fr 9 e f d) W ü r , «. pecioral sore, 

••mpyerna. 
55ru|l:r)arnif<f) , m. breast -date , 

pectoral; für citl tyferb, poitral. 
53 r u fr e * r n , w. breast , brisket. 
53 r U |* 1 1 e t b , n. breastclotk , sto- 
macher. 
55ruftfnoc£en, m. breastbone, ster- 

non. 

95 r u ft f r a n f 1) e t t, /. pectoral 

disease. 

85rufHraufe, /. fVill. 
95ruftfuct)en, ;/i. pectoral lozenge, 
trochisk. 

9* r u fr C a £ , m. f. 53ruftf feto. 

SJrufHeber, 77. leaiheraprori. 

€>rufHer)ne,/. bTeastwall, breast- 
fence , parapetwall. 

95rufHetb, m. bodice» stays; sto- 
macher, breastcloth. 

©rufrmütr), /. pectoral errmlsion. 

95 r u fr in 1 1 1 e l , w. pectoral. 

©rufrpffafrer, n. pectoral plaster. 

Q3rufrptn*en, p/. pectoral pilJs. 

53r»flp(atte, /. breastplate. 

® r II ft p It T t? f r, n. pectoral po wder. I 



m. strap for th« 



55ruflrtemen , 

ehest. 
55 r U fr fl ü (F, w.Tjreast, brisket ; 53ruft# 

fyarnifty, breastplate. ber gcdjtmei* 

per, piastron; ^ftltalbc, breast- 

piece. 
55rufrtronf, im. pectoral drartpht. 
»öru fr tropfen, pl. peaorÄl drops. 

53 r U ft t U et) , n. nnder waistcoat. 
^rttpiparje, /. pap, «ipple; Don 

einem ^l)iere, dng. teat. 
55ru(troaffer, n. pectoral water. 
© r u fl w a f f e v f u 4 1 , /. pectoral 

dropty. 
53 r u |r tt) e § r e , /. breastwork k para- 

pet. 
55rut,/. brood, hatch; von grfcf)en, 

fry, snawn; pon ^cr)(cngen, brood 

Ol siiakes, poison. 

55ruto(, atij. = tbififtt) voitt, un* 

gcfd)ti|fcn, brntisli, bnital. 
55 r u 1 6 t e II C / /. drone. 
?5 r ü t e i , w. broodegg. 
brüten, v. r. a. to brood 9 hatch : 

— v. r. n. üfccr ben Skrn flü>tn, 
über ctrra^ brüten, to biood, naich, 
cc- er die ecg* ; bte ^ier brüten 
fdjun, the eggs are hatciiing; brü« 
tet>bc ipenne, broody heh. 

2 r u t b e n h c , f. broodhen-. 

S r u t i p [ , « J/. broody , rotten. 

55 r 11 1 f e n / m. Jiaiclnngoveh. 

^8 r u t & e 1 1> /. brooding — hatchinf 
time. 

55ubjp, m. boy, lad; ei« 66fer 53ube, 

a roene , knäve, wicked fellow, 
prolligate. 

Sil betn, v. h. r. tö play the khave; 

to violate chastity; to be Über ünc p 
. debanched , lcwcl. 
55 u b e n , t>. r. n. to play the rogiie; 

toriot, revel, tohaunr ba-wdybout- 

es ; er Dubt r;erum, he leads a pro- 

iligaic lifo. 

$ u b e n b i fl e t , /. teasel , teasle , 
iiüttjr's iliistle. 

<tt i* \ * *. /. ; f 1 •aness , wag- 

9uücrci> /. I 6 ery,villainy. 

93 fl 8 i n > /. whore, wench, tomboy, 

ramp , jade, cheat, le^vd. 

^8 II b t f i v , adj. knai* iah , roguisli , 
levvd, wanton : — adv. knavishly, 
rom»isli'y, wantonly. 

55utt), tt. boöki Reiben , bruefen, 
binben, to writo, print, bind; ber» 
ttiiecjebcn, tr» print, pnblish; über 
ben 55:icbern liefert, to be given to 
boofc«; unter bec ^)ref?e nebmen, to 

täte under the press ; PerU^Crt , to 
print; t?OIT HeUCttt auflegen , to re- 
pfint; 5>iüf) baltert, ro keep book; 
tyapifr ya 24 ^c^en, quiie. 
33 U ci) a b e ( , m. learntd nöbiKty ; 
pdixhtnemnobitity. 



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55ubtl, m. shock, spaniel, rough 

dog, waterdog. 
55ube(mu$e, /. furred cap, furcap. 
Subenfttng, m. stallage, sboprent. 
53&bner, m. keeper ofa stall; cot- 

tager. 

© u o t$ e i l, n. fafcrenbe #a6e, movea- 

biß» , chatteis of a peasant. 
Süffel, m. bufFaloe, bufFie; btt* 

£efccr, bie JJaut, buffskin, buff. 
53 U f f e l b a U t, /. losbinde, bufFskin. 

© & ff elf $ lange , /. boiguacu , 



„ buftaiofvsnake. 
© Üf f e C 6 f opf , m. bufflebead. 
SBuffeUf&pfta, «<(/. bufflelieaded. 

53 u g , 7/1. bow, bent ; eineS tyfcvbet, 
withers; am Sföenfcbenf nie, Joint, 
kam, hough; am (Ö^ijte, bow. 

53uganfer, m. bower, bowanchor. 

53 ü gel, m. bow; ©tcig&ügcl, stir«ij?; 
am ©eiDcfyr, tlneatband; einer £i>ie« 
ge, hoop. 

53u$elbo$ne, /. pfh. rnare, springe, 
noo/.e (to catch partridges with). 

35u g eletfen, 7*. goose, smootbing 
iron ; trunkfUb ; iron koop. 

53 Ü <J e l f) ( 5 , 71. wayfaring tree , 
phaut mealytree. 

55 U e Im effer, n. goose of a bair- 

dresscr. 
f&UQelUf v. r. a. to smooth ; Wh» 

fd)t/ to iron; 
$5Ü<jelfage,/. springsaw. 
53 tt g l a t) m , «J/. withef wrung. 

55ugfiren, v. r. c. to towr. 
53 u g f t r t a u , 77.* towiope. 
55ugfprtet, 77. bowsprit. 

33jugfUnge, 55ugftenge, /> fore- 

xnast. 
Q3ugßucf, 7t. bowpiece, hawsepio- . 

ce ; knigluhead , boliardtiiuber; 

böwebase. 
9^ U ^ 6 t , 772. hilldck, eminence. Kill. 
©llf)(e/ m. love, lover; swetdieart; 

gallant, swain. 

©U^Cen, v. r, a. to love, woo, 
court, make love; to coquet. 

55 U () l e r, v/i. lover, wooer ; amorist, 
paratriour, gallant. 

33 II b lere t, /. love, wöoing, court- 

' sbip, making love ; coquetiy ; £'ieb* 

f$aft, amour, intrigue, gallantry. 

55 übler in, /. coquette, lewd. 

53 U 9 (er t f cfj, adj. coquetting; Ver- 
liebt, amorous, laseivious» leach- 
erous, wanton, lustful. 

55 U p 1 1 V a U f, n. stinking goosefoot, 
-stinking blite. 

55u&lf(pQft, /. amour, love, in- 
trigue, flame. 

35 ufcne, /. = Reiftgjaitn am tlfrr, 
um gifffje au fangen, crawl; Jifrf)-- 
bebälter tn einem gifcOerfabne, well.' 

© Ü t) n e , /. board, pole, lata, rafter; 
scafFold, scaflFoldiiig; stage, tbratre; 

unter beut &a$e, loft> garret; 



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<Sd>au8u$ne,~stace; ^enfert&ö&ne,, 

scatfold; ®C$tjf$ßnbe , key , quay. 

55 U b n e n / v. r. a. to board , floor, 
plank, wainscot. 

©U^nen^elb, m. Iiero of tbe »tage. 
55ubnfnbelbin, /. stage heroine. 
©Ü^rtenmeifler, m. key — quay. 

mäste r. 
55 Ü b r e, /. tick, lining of a pillovr. 
55üf)renjeug, n. ticking. 

53 U l g e, /. budget, satchel , wallet, 
bysack. 

©ulien, 72. = %<xu an ben Seite» 
ber SKaafegel, bowline. 

53 uii, m. etier, buh. 

5>ulle, /. £iege|&rier, bull; bie aoU 
ttne $ülle, goldru bul 1 ; 3(af(te, 
boule; platieö Sayrjelig, bulk, 

pontoon Jor ctfeening sliips. 

S ul len 6 et§er, m. bulld >g. 

53ullent)0^^ /. bullbatting. 

53"l(en(raut, n. petty tpurge. 
du Ken tau, m am Jocf^a^, loof- 
hookrope; eine$ Sac^t, guy of a 

boom. 

55 » 1 1 e n 3 1 e m e r , m. bull's pizzle. 
»T3ullfalb, n. bullcalf. 

v Äu(locf)g r m. bull; ein Derfönitte* 

ner, gelded bnlJ. 
VÖ u { t e, /. hillock , heap , promi- 

nence; an 55&umen unb $tumen, 

tuinp. 

05 u 1 1 f a d , m. Tillen tn Äcjen, 

strawbed. 
55 um P ^, interj.. bounce ; 6ump^ girt^ 
bie Xtyhi L b^uneb went tliv do^r. 

9$ u m fe n , v. r. a. einen, to thump 

öue. 
03 unb, m. alliauce, league» confed«- 

raev, covenant , pact. 
55ünb, n. jjeu, ^treb/ truss — bottU 

of bay, straw; &ra$ f bottle of 

frass ; Sleife^, ^)ols, $et*jjjOf J, fa j£ ot ? 
undle of stickst @d)lüjie(, 2AtU 
lid) f buneb of keys, of radisli. 

55unb6rücbia£ adj. breaking tbe 

coTc-naut, alliance etc> 
55u^be(, 77. bündle, buneb» packet; 

'bay; " 






ein Öünbf l 5jeü , truss of bay ; toi 

53uncc( fc^uuren, to' make one't 

packet. 
55 u n b e $ 6r u b er, m. confederate. 
3.)itnbe<labrr, /. ark of tbe cove- 

nant. - 
*& i! • n b e ^ m a dj t , f. coalition. 

©Unbtyolft, n. fa^jor. 

«Biinbig, adj. re^ftÄftig , flufttg, 

biii<h'ng t solid, aii'.horitative. vaÜd ; 

libtr^eugenb, persuasive; ein &ün» 
ttger »veirei^, stron<^ prouf; eine 
bintbige Auf je, sofid abortness, 
couciseness. 
55 u n bj 9 f e 1 1 ; /. autbority, validity, 
soliditv. 

53 u n b n er , m. ally, confed^rat«; 
(Sraubünbner, &rison. 





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(5urie*f, mdj. == poffenre?f!«?tfc$ , 

burlcsque. 
55,Urfri>, w. boy* lad , fall ow, man. 
tgurfd), /. shooting 'with 9 long 

gnn. 

55 U r f cf> e H , v. r. a. to shaot with a 

long gun. / 

©lir lernet fr er, m. garoekeeper. 
Sfturfrfipulüer, n. fowiin^powder, 
55ürfdjrobr, n. long gun. 
55 il r fr e / /. brush ; perch , pearch. 
55urfcen, v. r. a. to brusb. 
©(trfrcn&tnber, m. brnshmaker. 
55 U r 1 1 g , «,<//. born , n .-\»i v e. 
53ur$e(, m. rnmp, short tail. 

55 urjelba um, m. tuuiMüig. 
Surfet traut, **. pusiain. 
55ur)e(n, 1». r. «. to tunible, to fly 

top over tail. 
85" ri^Ua u e, / tumbler. 

8} U f <fyf m. bush ; small wood; bunch; 
llntcr^o(5 / iindcrwood ♦ thicket, 
copse; ein einzelner, bush; fyaaxt, 
tuft oi fearliers; bei einem auf ben 
55uf$ Hopfeit/ to fei one's pulse, 
to try. 

55ufcf)affe, m. wooden man. 

$&ufcnbof>lte, /. dwarlbean. 

55 uferet, m. »Atomen/ ^ctern, tnft 
of feathers; ©trofc, trauter, £eu, 
wisp , bunch , trust of «traw» 
herb 3 , hay. 
'55u|rt)eule, /, bush, or thicket 
owl. 

55uf<f)fyoC), R. underwood , brush- 
wood. 

Bufrf) id) t, a.//. like a bush, tuft. 

55ufd) ig, «^;. bnshy. 

55ufd)flafter, /. Äfafter, ®c$eit* 

bolj , Stack of underwo'od ; eine 

3Balbf (öfter , woodstack. 

55 U f<£t Cepper, m. vagrant, foot- 
pad , highwayman , ru/lian , bri- 
■ gand. 

tftuftfcneger, m. bushnegro. 

55 ufd) tperf , n. bushment, thicket, 
cluster of bushes , covert , grove. 

55** [C; /. buss , herringbuss. 

$Bu|eu, m. bosom, breast; in fei* 

nen 35ufcn 9reifen# to dive into 

one's own heart ; be£ SÄeerl, bay, 

giilpli. 
55u ( e n f r e u n b 7 m. bosomfriend , 

int i nute, con Helen t, 
55ufenrtng, m. brea<tring. 

Sufenfiresf , w. frill. 

8 U f C n f U n ö e ; /. favourite iin, cher- 

isliod sin. 
55 U f f ü a r, m, buzzard, bastard hawk, 

nias, 
55u 6 buu), w. pefcitential. 

55uüe, y. ©elbftrofe, boot, fine, 

amercement; >gu§e erlegen , to pay 
a nnc, to be fineo ; i\i tipeologtfcfcen 
©irine, peuauce, M«niumce, repent- 
ance ; ttyun ( to repeiit. 



55u§en, v.r.a. to correct, amend, 

mend; t>tn augefugten 6d)aben erj 

fe^en , to pay, repair , restore , re- 

trieve; irf) »Hl mit meinem (eben 
betfüv außen, my lifo sbaü pay for 
it; U^ £uf* frühen, to satisfy, sa- 
tiate , gratiiy one's desire; on %ti* 
be (Irafen, to boot, fino« amerce; 
eine Vucfe büßen, to repair a breaoh: 
•— v. r. n. ©träfe letbe«/ to pay, 
atone for, to expiate. 
55 ü fi e r , m. 55 ü § e r i n , /. penitent, 

penitentjary^ 
55 » § f fl 1 ^ i ß f ad-h nneable t puniah^ 
able 4 forfeitable. 

bußfertig, *dj. penitent, repenN 
ing, contrite, soirowfiil. 

Q5u§ fertigfeit; /. penitonce» 1««- 

pentance, contrition. 

55u§gebet, n. eineg >Bu§tertt$en, pa- 

nitenfs prayer; dm ^ÖM§tage^ fast* 

day's prayer* 
55ufigen>anb/t n. penitcntialt. 
^ußtarb, m. buzzard. 
^uMautpf; m. contrition. 
5J U 6 i i e $ t m. long (hymn) oi re* 

pentance. 
55u|nage(/ "*• nail to fasten tlatea 

with. 
55 u fiprebigt,/. sermon of repent« 
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55u§pfaCm/ nz. penitentia.1 psalm. 

<ö U 6 1 a g , m. fastday. 

55u6tert / m. text lor « fastday^t 

sermon. 
53u§t£räne,/ penitent'a tear, 
%U § U b U n g , /. exercise of peni« 

tenco, penance, repentance. 

55«tte, 55utte ; /. wooden yessel, 
tub, coop; little balftubs in bet 
55ütte fteefen, to be in tbo sudj. 

"Butte, 5*utte,/. ein ^eefif^, bret, 
burt, flounderi f leine 55<t(iC/ little 

halftnb. 

55 i» 1 1 e l , pi. ©tabtfnec&t , beadle , 

tipitaff, summoner, Sergeant; 9tae)# 

ric&ccr, execntioner> hanemau» %t* 

jiingfuwarter, jailen 
55uttelei, /. towngaol. 
^u ttelnafe, /. bottlenose, 
^uttetrofe, /. f. ^amtutte. 
55uttenfa)ii)ara / n. lampblaofc. 
»Butter, /. buuer; in ben 3üigen, 

gum ; tvie Butter an ber ©onne, 

reduced to one's own rneanuess, 

utterly confounded , as^iamed. 
55utter6ämme//. bnttered bretd, 
53utter6trne,/. butterpear. 
Butterblume,/, buttarflower. 
55utterbrä^e(, /. bn.tercracknel, 
Butterbrot, n. buttered hread « 

butter and bread. 
But terbrtHC//- bnttersance. 
Butterbu^fe, Butterbpfe, /. 

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genoß/ SRitgefell, Söaffenbruber, com- 

rade, mate . feI : ow. 
€ a m £ r a b f d) a f t , /. comradeship, 

ldmiliariiv. 
ff a m e r l fft , m. = SXatter, financer. 

Ca mer a(f acfce, /. = SRattamtSfa» 

C$e, business relating to tue finan- 
ces. 

ff a mt 1 1 e , /. f Mamille. 
€a min, n. f. Äamtn. 
ffamifol, «. f. Ä'amtfpl. 
ffampagne, /. = S*lb$ug / can> 

paign; cxpedilion. 

ffattpefcbe&olj, ». logwood. 
ffampber, m. can^lme; Quum, 

camphiretree. 

ff a m p i r e n, v. r. «. = lagern, to en- 

camp, sit down, 

Canaille, /. = tyobfl, ©efinbet, 

rabblo , mob ; ravalli-n. 

ffaiial, m. =z Gaffer (ci tun g; Äunfl» 
fUi§, canal; t>cr britttfcfce ffanal, 

clunnel. 

Canapee, ». = ftubefager, SHu^e« 

banf t canapee, couch. 
Canqri enterte, /. nursery of ca* 
nary birds. 

C a n a r t e n i n f e C n, -plur. Canary is- 

lands. 

ffanarienfect, m. canary. 

ffanarjenpogel, m. canary bird. 
ffanarienjuäeV/ canary sugar. 
ffanafter, in. canislertobacco. 

fanbel$U <f er, m. sugarcandy. 
a n b i b a t, m. zz ftmtbewerbcr, can- 

didate; ber Geologie, young di- 
vine. 

Canbiren, v. r. a. = »erjucfern, 

u&erjucrern , to candy. 
ffaticel, m. cinnamom. 
> ff a u e P- a fi , m. = ©rootucft, canvais. 
ff a n t n $ e n, «. f. jfanincben. 
ff a n n , m. = .fttrcbengcfc^ , canon. 
ff a « n-e , /. f. Kanone, 
ffanonicaf, n. — <&'ttft*fUlle, £>om> 

fcerrn--, ffljorberntfteUc, canonry, ca- 

noiiship, probend. 

ffanonicufy m. = ff$ov&err, ©tiftfc 

• fyerr, (Domherr, canon, prebendary. 

Canoitte, /. = S)inmvurbe, ff bor* 

ftclle, caiioury, canonship, prebend. 

Canonifcfc, ad}. = fircfjenaefet&licb, 

canonical ; ba^ canoniföe Sved&t, ca- 
non law : — adv. canonicallj. 

ff a n n i f t r e n , ». r. a. = ^eitigfpre» 

djetl / to canouize. 

fianonifir'ung , /. = Jjetligfpre* 

$Uttg , canonisation. 

6 a n 11 i f f t n , /. = ©tiftßfrau, 

©(tf^fraulein, canoness. 
ffan on i jt, m. = $irc£enrec(jtfunbt* 

ger, canonist. 

ff a n t a t e, /. = .ftird)enfinggebt<$t, 

cantata* 

C a n 1 1 U e, /, = gebre&ter ©Ptb ? ober 
@ü6erfcra$$/ purf. 



ffanttne/ /. untren. 
ffanton, m. = 8anb(!r(^ ; !5fret4 # 
Seftirt, ftret^/ canton; @o(batcn; 

quartcr. 

ff antonirett, v. r« «. — in (Dprfern 
ober @täbten jufammettlagern , to 

canton, quarter: — v. r. n. to bi 

cantoned, qnartered. 
ff a n 1 n t r tt n g , f. cantoriment. 
ff a n 1 r , m. = langer , Sorf&n§er # 

managdr of musio, chant^r. 

ffanjet, u. f. f., f. ^an^et u. f, f. 
ff a p , n. = ^Dorgebirg, xape, promon- 
to:y; ffap ber guten Jpotfnwng, cap« 

of good hope. - 

ffapcuun, m. f. Kapaun. 

ffapedan, m. chaplain. 
ffapeÜanet, /. cliapiainihip ; Ca« 

pelle/ chajreliany \ 3urt8btCtton, cha- 

pelry. 
ff a p e U e //. = 9Je6enf trcfee, ®eif trdfye, 

chapei; ®efellfc^aft Ztonf unfller, cha* 

pel, set Company of musicians. 

CapelU/ /. = StretB» o^er tyrftf» 
tie^el , coppel, tcst ; auf bte ffapf Uf 

bringen , to bring to tbe tett. 
€ apeUmet fter t m. dirootor «- 

znanager of a roüiical Company» 
master of a musical c^apel. 

ff aper # /. caper. 

ff aper, m. = (Seeräuber, cortair, 

pirare; etn SHaubf^iff, privateer; €$ 

au^rüflen, to privatocr, fit out a 

privateer. 

ffaperei,/ r= ^eerauberei, piracy, 
privatecring; auf ffaperet aufgeben/ 

to go a privatecring. 

Capern, v. r. a. = feerau6en# to 

seize , taKe by fprce , catch » piun* 
der. 

Caperfc^iff, n. = JKaubf^iff, pri- 

vateer. 

ffapttfraut, n. f. Stopftet. 
ffap t ta in, m* = Hauptmann, cap- 

tain. 

ff a p i t a l, n. r= ^aarftbaft, @tarom* 
gelb, $auptge(b, ^aupt^amm, ^aupt« 
Jtubl, stock, fand; ein Rannten 
ffapttal, a man of forttihe; Capital 
unb 3ntercfTen, the prineipal and 
its accessory. 

ffapital, adj. capital, chief, 

ffapital, n. = Jutauf, capital» cha- 
piter, upper part of a column. 

ffapita(bU(^flab| m. capital lei- 
te r. 

ff a p 1 1 a (i ft m. rieb man , jnoneytd 
man. 

ffapt talPerbre c^en , u+ capital 

crime. 

ffapttel, 0« =: «bf*nitt,; ©egen* 
ftanb ; Vevwtii, chapter; im ^ritten 
ffapttel, in the third chapter; Über« 

bieä ffapttel tagt fieb *id fagen, rouch 

may be said on this subjeet; ei' 

nem ia& ffapttel lefen, to read 
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IJüfiniir, m. u*in>ini| framiiirtl 
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Caffenbeamte, m. officer of tto 

€ a f j * e n D t c 6 , in. depeculator. 
Caffenbtebftafcl, nu depeuilation. 

€ a f f e r o 1 1 e , / . ' ■= Äocfcpfanne, ite w- 

pan. 
Maffia, f. "Bouitl/ cassia. 

Ca-ffienblume, /. cassiabuäV 
€affienrinöe/ /• cassiabark. 
Caffienroljre,/. cassiaatick,. 
Ca fit er, m. caslner. 

Cafftren, r. r. *. = etnfammeln; 
at|cfjen; üernicbten, to get in mo- 

ney; to ^as liier; discharge, die« 
band ; annul. 

Cnflanie, / f. flaftame. 
Cafteien, f. fafleien. 
Ca (Uli, m = 95ur3, @*lo§, caatle. 
€ a fl e C 1 a rt , m. ,— ^urgoogt, ©d)lo§* 

tiogt/ ca Stella) 11. 

Caftellanet,/. = Öurguogtei, ca- 

atellany. 

Cajtor, m. castor; ein Caftorbut, 
a castor . beaver hat ; ein falber, 
a demi castor. 

Ca (trat, m = Rainung, Cntmann* 

ttx , ennnch. 

€ a (1 r t r e n , v. r. a. = Perftyneiben* 

entmannen, to castrate, geld, emas- 
culate, evirate , unman. 
Cafuar, m. = £ornPogel / cassiow- 
ary. 

Cafuift, m. == 0ea)tffen6fe$rer, ca- 

tuist 

Catatogu*/ m. = ©erjeic^nig i ca. 

taK>gne. 

C a t e cf) e t u. f. f. , f. Äatet$et u. f. f. 
Cattte*, Sattun, m. f. £attie£, 

Aattun. 
Kautel,/. — SJorbe^alt, precaution. 
Caut.ion,/. = 55ürgfdjaft, surety, 

security, pledge , bail ; (leiten, to 

give bail , to put in bail. 

€ a i? a 1 i e r, m. = Cbelmann, cavalier; 
auf Ca&afierparote/ upon a gemle- 

man's honour. * 

C C P a 1 i C r m & § t $, adj. caralierlike. 

C a p a 1 1 e r i e, /. = Reiterei, SXeitPolf, 
SKoS&anner, cavalry, horse. 

£ a to a 1 ( e r ! ft, m. = Ketter, horseman, 
cavalier. -- - ■» 

fapate, f. x= 3B616ung, cavati^n. 
a p e 1 , /. f* £a6el unb Aawel. 
Capiar, m. =? ©törrogen, caviare. 
€ a p t r e n, v. r. n. = per bürgen, 33ür* 

ge »erben , to Warrant. 

Cayennepfeffer, m. Cayenne pep- 

per. 
Ceber , /. ce^ar, 
Cebem, adj, cedrine, 
Cebembol), n. cedarwood. 
Cebemot, «. cedaroil. 

Cebiren, r. r. a. = abtreten, Der* 
atzten, überlaffen, %o cede, resign, 
give orer. 

Celle,/, cell. 

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C e 1 1 1 f< , * j/. Celtic ; cettifäe 9fer« 

ben , celtic spikenard. 
C e nu n t , n. = Ättt , cement. 

Cementiren./ v. r. a. = üerfitte«, 

to cemcMt. 

€ementirer, m. = Xitlfc^l&der, ce» 

menter. 

^em entirung., : / = ätttung, ce- 

mentatio.i). 

C e n f t r e n, v.r.a.=z beurteilen, prft# 
j>n, rieten, bü^errtc^ten, fori ftp rü» 

fen , to pass jn Jgment upon , ex- 

aniine ; ein 'ouep.. Ho Iicenao • 

Look. 
Cenfor, m. ~ ^Bü^rric^ter, cenior, 

Liccnser. 
Senfur, f. = ©^f if tprüfun^ , cen- 

surc, iud^moiu, Qoutroul ; heense. 
Cent,/, hundred. 
Cent, n. cent; fünf pro Cent, five 

per' cent. 
Centtjertcftt, n. hundredeourt, 
C e n t $ r a 1 K m. h und reder. 

C e n 1 1 f 1 1 e , /. = ^unbett&lätterro' 

fc, centifoliout rose. 

Cen title, /. codilU. 

% e n t rt e r , oi- quintal , hundred» 

weiglit; nad) bem Centner , eent* 

nentetfc, bv tLe hundredweight. 
Centn e r$ ei9tc&t# «• quintal weight. 
Centner lafl,/. heavy bnrden. 

Central, adj. = im föittelpunrte, 
naef) beut ^ittelpuncte nurfenÖ, cen- 
tral : — adr. central !y. 
Centralf vaft,/ oentra! power. 
Centrum, m^&ittelpunct, centre« 
Centrum boferer, m. centrnmbit* 
Cerat, n. =z SÖad^pflafter, tearcloth. 
C e r e m n ie , /. = geierbraud), ©ere- 

mony. 

Ceremontelt, n. = $of» ober Um» 
gangegeäraücb, cercmonial. 

Ceremontenmetfler/ m. mutet 

of ceremonies, usher. 
C e r e m n i 6 tJ, ac//. ceremonioui ; Ct* 
remoniofe^ ^Befen, ceremonioutneft : 
— adv. cere ni oni 011 sly. 

Certapartie, /, = (b'^iff<frad)t* 

brief, charterparty, ■ 

Certifi^at, n. = ©efc^einigung, 
©cbein, certificate, testimony. 

Certelatmurfl! /. =: ^trnwurfl, 

Bologna sausage , brain sansage. 

C b a g r i n, in. = gef prnte< Seber, tha- 

green, 

€ b a i f e, /. == letzter 5Bagen, chiiie. 

Cpalcebon, m. calcedony. 

Cb^lon^, m. shalloon. 

Cbaluppe,/. shallop , great boat. 

€ harn obe, /. = tlnterbanblun^eü 
rf)cn , shamade , parley ; C^amabe 
fcf)(agcn, to beat shamade. 

Cbamaleon, ». = ©^iüereibec^fe, 

chamclaon. 

C b a m i (1 e , /. f. ftamüle. 

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C b r n 1 g i e , / = 3eitre<$nung , 

pettfolgf ,. cliruii)loe\ . 

€bronologtf$, «<?/. = 5ettfolglttt% 

chronological: — c</u. ciir nologi- 

caüy; a)rono(ogif(y era&ljlen/ ort* 

Tiert , to clironicle. 

€f>rpf«*t*/ /. = ©<bmettcrlmg** 

puppe/ chrysalis, aurelia. 
€^rt;foDeri;(l, ro. chrysoberyl. 
€frrpfoltt$, vi. chrysoiite. 
€ $ r V f p r a $ , m. clirvsoprase. 

(Ebur//. Äur = SBdjl, 2Qa$(re*t, 

rhoice, right of choosing; %QTib f 

(Stburfürfrentbum, elect^jate. 
€ ^ u r f ü r ft, m. elector. 
€ b u r f ü r ft 1 n , /. eleotoress. 
Hiuxfütftlid), adj. electoral. 
<Ehurbau$, n. elc-ctoral house. 
€Qurl)Ut, m. ei.-ctorai crown. 

(Eburtanbe, Sburlänber, -plur. 

elect-'ira; (jomiiiious. 
€f)Urpttn), m. electoral ^prince. 
(£ \) It r IV Ü r b e , /. electoral dignity, 

ei' ctorsliip. 
€ b um t c u t , <E f> p in t f e r , m. = 

©(beibetünfHer, chv^»i»r. 
C^pwie, /". = @cf»etbcf unfl / chy- 

nmtrv, 

€ f> p m t fcr) / fl ,/;. = fcbeibefünfUttb , 

chvmical, cliymic: — ac/v. chymi- 
caf'v. 

Cibebe, /. f. €u6ebe. 

€ i c a b e , /. = bai 93aumbetmd)en , 

bte Q5aumgrtUe, baliucricke'. 

St (y orte, /. =: 5Begu>art, Sieborten, 

snccory. 
Cicero, n. pr, Cicero, Tally; 6ct 
ben >-8itd)brucfern , pica; fUin Cice- 
ro / sinail pica. 

Siber, m. = 2Cepfe(moft, Obftraoft, 
Obfrroetn , ti der ; geringer ,. eider- 
kin; $irnmoß/ perry; grauer, ci- 
dorist. 

Ziffer,/, f. Jiffer. 

€ t q a r r , m. = $aoaWr6$rcr)eu , im 

(§^«■5 ©ftmmflengel, cegar; eine 

Sigarrenbudjfe, cegarbox. 
Uinndinct, m. f. gimmet 
(£ ir e o f f i e r t n , /. circassian. 
(Etrcu larfjtoretben, «. = Umlauf« 

fd^reiben; sXunbfäretben, tfriiäförei« 

ben / circuUr letter. 

€ t r c u I i r e n , v. r. n. =; freifen, um« 

(aufvtt; to circulate. 
€ i r c u l i r u n a ,/. circulation. 
£ t r f e l , w». f gtrfel. 



Sifalicn, pL = SKunafdjnifcef, clip- 

pings; bcfdjlltttene* (öelb, clipped 
mo»'.ey, 
€ t f C / /• irin'ingmill, 

€i(tcnro^ (ein , n. = Sc^ro^en, 

ciitus, rockrose. 

Ctficnfoft, m. = SeWrofenfaft, Ly- 

pociK. ^ 
€t (lere teil f er, m. eiitercian monli. 

Ctfletne,/. = ©afferfanfi/ Söaffer« I 

feilet/ eiftera. I 



Sita beere, J. — ^ciüejle, ctudet 

^tt^or, /. fl gtt^er. 

bittren, v. r. a. = anführen ; tor# 
(aöen, to quote; to cito, siimmon; 
©eifler, to call up, to conjuref 
eine Urteile, to cite. quote, alledco. 

Ctttrunp, /. =: raoungi 2tnfü9» 

rung, citauon, fuenmoning; quo« 

tation. 
Zitronat, m. candied lemonpeel. 
Zitronenbaum, m. iemontxe«, ci- 

trontree. 
(Eitrenenbrot/ /1. citronbread, 

mcat. 

Zitronen ^o(a, ». critronwood, 

eanjlcwood, lightwood. 
(£ 1 1 r n ^ n «1 u § , n. lemonfrotb. 
(f i t r ö n e n p v e f f e r, m. lemontqiiee« 

zer. 

dttronenri^er, m. lomonracer. 

Zitronen |lcd)er, m. lemonscoop. 

(£itr onenivß ffer, n. citronwaier. 

ffitr onen ivct n, m. c?tronwine. 

Q[tirong^lb/ aj;. lemoncolonred. 

£ t ü 1 1 , adj. = bürgcr(t(^ , civil ; 
9 ^cqteftino, , civil regixnen ; * ^e» 
re(^ttg(ctt, civi 1 justice; ^Racbt, 
civil power; Vcben , civil life; 
£rie^, civil war; Obriqfeit, civil 
magiitraie; ^V03e6, civil mit; ©€• 
fe^ ; civil law; im ^Ihiiia^e, in 
tiie civil Uno: — aJi\ civilly» 

CttM Ufr, m. civilian. 

dUret, m. =; ® teilet, claret. 

Q.larinet, n. clarion, clarinet. 

€ i a f f e , /. = ^btbetCuna , -Orbnung, 

class , c[as«i^. for.n , bonch 9 divi- 

sir»n; in <£[(tffen bringen/ to clatsi 
Talente ber erften dlaffe, talenu of 

tha firftt Täte. 

(llaffif*, öJy. =r raufterbaft, cUt- 
sical, c'issici clafftfc^er 6(yrtftfleU 
(er, classic. 

€ t Q U $ / n. pr. Nicholas , Niels. 

Slaufur, /. ~ ^(oftcrawang; 
S^üei^afen/ ificfcWag, clausture» 
confinenient; an i&ücbern, efup. 

SUvtatur/ /. == Zafitottt, keys. 

Claütci; in be(| tu clavicord ; virgi- 

nal. 
(E ( a P t e r , n. hirpsicUord. 
Q[ (aoterbrab t, m. mnsiewire. 
dlaptp, /. = €cbliii!c(/ key. 
6 ( e r 1 1 e r , m. =' ^etfclt^er, dergy- 

man , churchm.ui. 

d 1 e r i f e i , /. 5= fJeiflli^fett* clergy. 
SCtent, m. = @a>ü^(tug, G^u^gtf 

no^, client. 
d l x m a, n. = ^iinuteCpflrtc^/ climate. 
(£(oat, /. = Äotl)grube, SÄiflloc^ 

(?cb(ammCü(b , jakes. sink. 
(i l n (t i c r , n. f. Ä(i)ftier. 
gccbeutlU/ /, = ^aviadftvurm, 

cochineal. 
(1 c n ; m. coooon p cod of t 
wormi silkknub. 










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ein fiinftfidjeS 9JietaU, composition 

Gompreffe, /■ = Hßimbfcaufdi^en, 

5cm ur c |'f i o n Sin a fd)in e , /. = 
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n. = ®<fircibfhi&e, 
office. 
orf, m. counting houaa 

t r 6 U <fi , n. leJger. 



(58 £on 

«onttoffeinent, «. a= SabQWel, 

biü of lading. 
Confeij, n. = Katb, Cto««rat$, 

€onf<!rt>ation*6ri(te, /. = 

£*" niing 36 rille, prn«rr<n tot the 

siglttj. 
Sonfigntren , v, r. o. 3= Aüer* 

inarfjen, tu consign, tniufer. 
Sonfiliunt, n. = Statt), Qjtra. 

tbung,_ Council, conmltaiion, do- 



Cenptitrftcll«, /. pUm in « 

counting bouse, clerbsliip. 

gonecpt, n. — ttntwurf*fa)rtft, 

dratighti sketoh; Ettrfill ffltf Sun* 
eept »errucfMi, to put ono out of 



6 pncil itltll , n. = Stritt nU?rfamitl. 
lung , Council^ baä tribeiitinifa)*, 



.eil of Trent; 
efobert »erb 

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Gonfijrent, «■*;. = etrtrag.iA, an« 

gemeffrn, conaiitent, cornp.uible. 

luitiibte. 
GonfifrorialratB, m. = Äirttjw. 

ratb, counsellor of iIib coniistoiy. 
Settfiflerium, «. = Äird)enaott, 

com i atory. 
(Jon feie, /. - Äragflein, brücket, 
eenforten, pW. = SRirgenofien, 

fcbuCRebmer, auociatu, concemed, 

«ccomplioe*. 
SunfUbler, m. = etiicfmetfrer, 

gunner. 
€on(rituirett, er.«. = oitorb« 



Conctp 

entwerten, lo draw eampoi... 
Goncipift m, = Sntiuerfer, @d)rei' 

bei'; compoisr, pemnan. 
gcreoreana, /. = $i6etregifier, 

©prtidüPefcr, eoncordance. 
Contoi'Bflt n. 3= ©toatf« Itnb 

it ivtbttiurrtrag, concordstr. 
Conctibhiat, n. = Äe6Sc&«, con- 

Canctietne, /. = Qciftttferin , 

Äctfe, coueubme. 
(foneurrenj, /. = fftitbeumbiing, 

Qancuti, m. = ©ant 

or creditor». 
Scnbitor, m. = fjurferbäcfer, 



gonbotl, m. onudum, letter. 

€onfect, «. = Surfermert, comfit, 

Som'ercn j, /. = ®*faSäfiSt>erbanb' 
. lung, Unterijanblung , Conference, 

Cor. fticattott, /. = gerirfittiaje 
(eiltjkbaiig, eoufisCHtion , leir.ure. 

eoüfic-cite», r. r. «. = für vtr, 
fallen erflären , etnjicben, to confu- 

Confilctrt, nrfj. confiscate. 

Confoberalion, /. = eibgcncfi 

fenfrtjaft, conlederacy. 
€ o n f i> b e r i r 1 1, plur. ~ «tbgenefien, 

Congv et, m. = puraitiineitfwift, 

Suifimmfiltritt, eongres- 
Cunjunctur, /. = StiWmflanb , 

con j un et an, 



eonflituticn,"/." = UiUitmf, 
fenbeit; ©toot t cerfaffung , con»ti- 

tution. 

ffonftruetton, /. s= !B«ii/ Äwt» 

fugung,. con.tri.ctio.,. 
ffenftruireit, v.r. a. M contrxn«. 
aonfat, m. = Sürgermtifler; fton« 

belfaufie^cr, $anbtl«rid)ter , con- 

gunfuUnt, m. = 9ie(Cl*6natber , 

couusel, advocate. 
gaufuliren, w. r. «. = ratbfra. 

gen , to conmlt. 
Seilt ant, adj. = taav, ready; ton« 

tont @elb, readj money, caib, 
Eonterfei, ,,. = ä65fft # likaneM, 

pictur«, porltait, -jjiirlniture. 
Soiito, >;. — Sitdjnutig .iccount. 
EontOtod), n. aeeoi-ntbook. 
Kontor, n. = ®d)reibfhibe, connt- 

iiig lionse. 
(Toiitorift, m. = Wfdjnunggru^tr, 

clerk 10 .i counting baute i aecomp- 

Soiltratonb, mlj. =z<Zu'..-,:Ui--nJ\-y 
tti, contraband; einfuhren, to con- 
traband. inni£gle. 
bntrabanbirer, m. = <Einfa)Ȋr> 
jer, itBi lf :g] e », 
ontra6anbtoaor«n,/ »muggled 

gontraoaggeige, f. doublebae». 
«ontratt, m. = sertrag, con. 

' - i, agreemontj matbtn, 



een'tiabent, m . — »ertrag W Ci e 

Der, coiur.ictor , contracting party. 

£ontraplinrt,,n;. counterpomt. ' 

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trittttnatcober, m. criminal code. 
€rtmina(red)t, n. criminal law. 
<Srtmina(fad)e, /. criminal case. 
Sritiint/ /. the Cnmea. 
Gritifo) u. f. f., f. in *. 
firocobiU, n. f. ÄrofobiU. 
€rucifir, w. = ßreuj, crueifix. 
Cr» flau, m. f. 'SripftalL 
€ubcbe, f. SKoftne, Damash raisin, 
Cyprus raisin; ©ClPÜrj, cubeb. 

CuStf u. f. f. , f. in #. 
(£u cum in er,/, f. ©urfe. 
SultuJ, m. = ©ctteSfcere&rung, 

w^rsliip, divine service. 
€ U p I a , /. f. ftuppef. 
Cupreffe, /f. Sppreffe. 
(luv, f. = .ociUtna, eure; (Euren 

tljun/ macben, to do eures. 
6üra§, m. f. Äurafi. 
Curatel,/. = tyflegeftfaft, Pflege, 

gtiardiansuip , trnstee«hip. 

Curator, m. == Pfleger, trustee, 
gjiardi.m ; (Eurafor bonorum, tru- 
stee of oue's effects. 

5«V^, n. furred great coat. 

(Eurtalftnl, m. = ©ericbtä&offtöl, 

ityle of court, language of the 
law. 

CurioS, atlj. = feltfam, trunber* 
lid) , f rau $ # curious , whimsical , 
nice, wondcrful. 

Cur i oft tat, /. = ©e$en$tpürbig* 
feit/ curiosity. 

Curiren, v. r. a. = betten, to eu- 
re; an einem, to physick one, ad- 
ministrr to one. 

Surren t/ adj. = gangbar/ current. 

€urrentge(b, n. current money, 

currency. 
Currentgfätt biger, m. creditor 

of debts of daily expences. 

€urr en tfdjrif t, /. common hand, 
common handwriting. 

Currentfcfculb, /. debt of daily 

expences. 
(£u r fdjmieb, m. farrier. 

fcurftP, adj. = gefa)oben, fd)ieflie* 

genb/ Italic. 

€urfipfd)rift, /. Italic letter. 
&urfu$, m. course. 

€ufto$, # m. = ©arter, jpiiter ei» 

, ner QJibliotfjef, trustee; bei ben 

Sgudtfrucfern, = Q3latti;üter, catch- 

word. 

Cpltnber, m. = Söalje, SXunb- 

faule, cy linder. 
Cwlinberu^r, /. horizontal watch. 

€ y m b e l , /. = 93e<f en, Sa)aUbe<f en, 

cymbal. 

Cnper, m. ein 3eud), cyprus. 

Cyper, /. Cyprus plum. 
Cirperfdfte, /. cyprian cat, 
CppemboC), Tz. prineewood. 
Cpperwein, m. Cyprus wine. 



S^pertDUtjer, /. sweet cyperom, 

galangal. 

Sppreffe,/. cypresstree. 
Gypreffen&ola, «. cypresswood. 
^, 5 a Tjj m. czar. 
€ & r i n / /. czarina. 



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(Da, «<fo. tbere , where ; then , at 
that time; when, at which time: 
— conj. when, as, since, because, 
whereas. IDa t(l ße, tbere she is ; 

traurig uub nicoergefrf) tagen fiftter 

ba, mourning and pensive be sits 

there; ttmg gebe tep für bat Sud) 

ba ? wbat am I to pay for that 

book there ? tcb tveroe gletcb tote* 

ber ba feyn, I wijil return direct- 
ly, presently; lt>er 6a t)üt, be that 
has; »per ba? wbo's there? t)\tt 
flanb \<fy , bu (lantfl bla , iiere I 
stood, you there; tro ba? where? 
WO benn ba? where then? la) ttJlll 

in ein £anb reifen , ba mkb nieraanb 

tennen folj , I shall go into a land 
where there is nobody. that shall 

know me; ja, tvenn i<6 ba nod> 

Übe, ay, if I am then alive; l,af 

tperbe id) erfl ba empfinben, »enn 

id), what shall I feel then, when I; 
ei Pergebt fein %ag, ba, there pas- 
ses no day, that; in eben bim »II* 
genblicf, Da id), in the moment, 
when I; bat ifr nid)t »abr, tvai 
®ie ba fagten, it is not true, wliat 
you told there; ja, ba wirb man 
t^m gleich aaftparten, ay, there they 
will be directly at bis service : — 
conj. ba id) ifyn Jaf), when I »w 
him; ba webev <?tolj nod) S^rocti 
bid) baju belegen/ fo ifl. beute 86* 
fld)t ipo^C tugenb^aft/^ as neither 
prido nor ambition does incite 
you, your intenüon seems to be 
viituous; bu lacbfl, ba bu boo> 
Zoranen Pergiefien foütefr, you 

laugh , where you should shed 

teais ; ba id) in ber ®tabt »ar, 

when I was in town , being ia 

. town; ba f. ipett; ba obne fie bie 
(gadie niebt baue gefd)eben fonnen, 

as witLout them the dring could 
noc have been dor.e; ba Qtföai) H, 
then it feil out; ba nun, whereas; 

ba nun Kriege gemeiniglty bie Ur« 
fad)en ber Snnutb ftnb/ whereas 
wara are generally the caittes of 

poverrv; ba nun ura 6eben £td)t 
erj'crberltd) ijl, whereas aeeiug re- 
qtiires light. 



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a<Ma*t'f, /. f»n», »rtilbeiwci, 

rr'ivind.iw, L>n»ef. 
4*tl<*tr, /. ciiriirirT lieben. 
tUIlr/. loufUlh. 

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$er braitfr, nishes upon me; fatyrt, 
rides along: fliegt, flies on; flie§t, 

flows on; prächtig bafyer geijen, to 

be dressed sumptuotisly , couiv; 
raufdjen, to msh on; f<fcleid)en, 

sneak along; frf)tt>anfen, to stum- 
ble on, along; prangen, to prance 
on , along; JKfyen, to chaw on, 

along: — conj. er §at feine ©ebul* 
btgfctt getfjan , baljcr fcuin id) mia) 
nidjt über t$n befragen, he has done 
his dmy , therefoie I cannot com- 
piain 01 him. 

S) a t) e r u m , a</i>. theTeabouts. 

(Darier, adv. tyter, here, in tliis 
]>lare. 

(Dabin, «</?». thereto, thither, so 
far; alonj»; down; away; bfö bö« 
fyin bin ir» gefommen, thither I am 
con«e; tritt babjn, step thither; e$ 
ifr fdjon bafyin mit tljm gefommen, 
baß er alle* terf au fen uiu§, it is 
come so far with liim , that he is 
forced to «eil every thing ; fetne 

(Sorgen geljen alle baf)in, the great 

aim of all his cares is to — ; er 
äußerte feine SRctmmg baljin, he 

gave it as his opinion ; er ift nod) 

ntert in 9icm getuefen, aber er wirb 
tiarfjflene fcafjin reifen, he has not 
yet beeu in Rome, tut he has a 
mind 10 co next thither; er fprttfot 

nur t?on fingen, bie bafyin geboren, 

he speaks but of things , ti.at go 

that way ; (a§ heine (Sorge baljtn 

gerichtet feijn , pray let your care 
e bei t ihat wav ; fytnweg ♦ fahren/ 

to ride away; fallen, to fall down; 
fliegen, to fly away, to wing it 
iwav ; gefreut, to give up, awav. 
sacrJfice ; ge&en, jrerben> to go oft*; 
$abcn, to hare got one's reward, 
to have away; fommen , to come 

so far; feun , frerben , er tfr bafjtn, 
he is pone; ei tfr bafjin, it is 
gpent; finfen, to sink down; o()n» 
ttläcfttig rcetbeil , to swoon away ; 

flerben, to die away; bafytn gefreut 
epn laffcn, to löave undetermined, 
undeeided. 

©afctngegen, f. bagegen. 

JDab inten, adv. JUrÜcf, behind. 

JDar)inter, ad Vt behind j ftg. er 
wollte eS mir verbergen, aber id) 

fam büfyintev f he endeavoured to 
hide it from me, but I discovered 

it; bat)inter freeft ettvai , there is 

80,me secret in it ; e$ ijt ntdjjtS ta* 

Itnter, tliere is nothin£ in it; er 

>at *ben nidjjt not&tg, fo fefjr ca* 
linter t?er au frtm, he needs not, 
to press so hard upon» to pursue 
so eage:ly the matter. 

(DaljtniDarttf, adv. thitherward , 
that.wiy. 

JDöl^lborb/ n. border , edging , si- 
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(Dafytett, v. r. n. to trifle, frolick, 
play the fool, to dally. 

(Damalig, adv. at that time, of 
thosf times, then; bie bamaligen 
^Pricfler, ihc priests of that dav. 

!Dama(^, adv. then, at that time. 

(Doma^cener, adj. damask ; fttabl, 

dama^k steel ; jlltnge, damask bla- 
de ; Pflaume, damask plum , da- 
mascene; iHofe, damask rose. 

!D a m a $ c i r e n , v. r. a. to damask. 

(D a m $ C i r U ng , /. damaskening. 

2) a in a fl , m. ^ama^cirung , damas- 
lscnint;; ©etrebe, damask; feibencr 

(Damafr, damask silk. 

$) a m a ft e n , adj. damask* 

£>ambo<f , m. buef-. 

£>ambrett, n. draughtboard, chess- 
board , tables. 

(DambVettblume, /. common fri- 
tillary, chef]uered lily. 

!D a me, /. = Srau, woman of fashion, 
lady; iiti Äärtenfpiel , (\neen\ im 
Srett«'ptel, man; eine (Dome geben, 
aufbamen, to crown, to hing ; fpte» 
(en, to play at dronghts; hittyttt, 
to draw. 

(Damen br et t, n. f. ftambreit* 
(Damenhaft, adj. ladylike. 
Damen^ut, m. lädies' hat; etil (U# 

licnifdjer, a Leghorn hat. 
(D a m e n f a in m , m. easy comb« 
(D a m e n p u IJ , m. women's attire» 
(Domenfattel, m. saddle for la- 

dies, sidesaddle. 
(Damen fptel/ n. draughtst game 

at dranght^. 

Damget 6, /. doe. 

(D a m D t r f d) , m. btick , fallowdeer. 
(Dam p i r fdjleber, r. buckskin. 
(D a mt f <$), adj. drowsv, heavy, dull f 

foolish, siily; ba* bämtfo^e SDefen, 

drovvsiness. 
&amit, adv. therewith» with that, 
with it; wherewith; — conj, ihat, 
in Order that; bamlt nfdU> lest; 

baüiit r)at er feine Seinbe übrrtpun* 

ben , therewith he has conquered 

his foes ; ix>a$ reo den ^ie bamit fa* 

gen? w^hat do you mean by it ? 

ad) bamit r)at e^ nicftH 3U bleuten, 

ah that does not signifyl fyerau» 

bamit, out with it; bu braucfcfr nur 
eine i)anb, bu fannfl alle< bamtt 
üerrtdjtcn, you need but one Land, 
you can do fperform) ertry thine 

with it; tvir Robert tiefe £ranfr)eti 
nicht, aber unfere ^adjburn ftnb ba« 
mit behaftet/ we have not this 
disease, but out neighbours are 
alrVcred with it; bamit ifl ti ticd) 
ntcfjt üorbet, that is not yet the 
end of the matter i ^~ conj. that; 

be§roegen, bamtt bie Jeügcn fe^en, 

to the end that the wirnesses may 

see ; bamtt ^te 3^r ©e(b behalten, 

in order to sare your money; oa» 



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$er 6raitfr, nishes upon me; fhf)vt, 
rides along : fliegt, flies cm; fließt, 

flows on; pracbtig batyer geben, to 

be dressed sumptuously , cosüv; 

raufrbcn, to i-ush on; fdjleicben, 

sneak along; fcbtpanfen, to stum- 
ble on, along; prangen, to prance 
on, along; $üt)ert, to dtaw on, 

along: — conj. er ^at feine @cbu(* 
btgfctt getban , babcr fann icf? mrcb 
nidjt über ityn beflagen, he has done 
his diuy , therefoie I cannot com- 
piain of Iiim. 

S) a b e r U m / adv. thereabouts. 

(Dabier, adv. t)itv f hcre, in tliis 
]>lare. 

(Dabin, adv. tliereto , thither , so 
far; along; down; away ; bfö b&* 
bin bin xd) gefommen, thither I am 
coive; tritt babin / step thither; e$ 
tfr frijon babin mit tbm gefommen, 
bau er alleö terfaufen mu§, it is 

come so far with liim, that he is 
forced to «eil every tliing ; fetne 

(Sorgen geben alle babin / the great 

aim of a!l bis cares is to — ; er 
äußerte feine Meinung ba^in , he 

gave it as liis opinion ; er tft noeb 

nubt in Kern getuefen, aber er wirb 
ttadjfrenö babin reifen, he has not 

yet beeu in Rome, but hö has a 
xnind »o eo next tliither; er fp riebt 

nur t?on (Dingen, bte babin geboren, 

he speaks bin of tili n es , tl-at go 

that way ; Ta§ bc'me (Sorge babtn 

geriebt Ct feiin , pray let your care 
e bei t ihar wav j btntreg; fabren, 

to ride away; fallen, to fall down; 
fliegen, to fly away, to wing it 
iwav ; geben, to give up, awav. 
gacrlfice ; geben, frerben, to go oft'; 
f)übcn , to bare got orie's reward, 
to have away; fommen , to come 

to far; fet?n , fterben , er tft babin, 
. he is gone; ei tfr babin, it is 

spent; flnfen, to sink down; obn» 
mächtig treiben , to sw^on away ; 

färben, to die away; t)<\f)in gefte'Ut 
epn Taffcn, to löave undetermined, 
midecidtd. 

©abtngegen, f. bagegen. 

3) ab inten, adv. $ufucr*, behind. 

IDabinter, adv. behind j ftg. er 
trollte ei mir verbergen, aber trf) 
fam babinter, he endeavoured to 
hide it from me, but I discovered 
it; babtnter ffeeft ettt>a$, there is 
80/me Sfrcret in it ; ei tft nxd)ti ta* 
►tnter, tliere is nothin? in it; er 

mt eben nicf;t notbtg, fo febr ca* 
linter ber ju fetm , he needs not, 

to press so hard lipon» to pursue 

so eage:ly the matter. 
(Dabin tvärtä, adv. thitherward , 

that^wiy. 
(Dabtborb, n. border , edging , si- 

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(Da^ten, v. r. n. to trifle, frolick, 

play the fool, to daHy. 
(Damalig, adv. at that time, of 

thos« times, then; bte bamaltgen 

^5riefler, ihc priests of tbat dav. 
'DamalS, adv. then, at that time. 

(D a m a i c en e r, adj. damask ; @tab(, 

damask steel ; Ädrige, damask bla- 
de ; Pflaume, damask plum , da- 
mascene; fKcfe, damask rose. 

(D a m a $ c t r e n , v. r. a. to damask. 

(D a m a $ C t r U n ^a , /. damaskening;. 

(D a in a fl , m. (Dama^cirung , damas. 

keninq; <&t\vebe , damask; fetbencr 
(Damafr, damask silk. 

$) a m a ft e n , adj. damask* 

(Dambo<f, m. bucl*. 

(Dambrett, n. draughtboard, ehest- 

board , übles. 
(D am bVettb turne, /. common fri- 

tillary, cheqnered lily. 
(Dame, /. = Ärau, woman of fashion, 
lady; im Äörtenfpte( , *)neen; tm 
95rett»"piet, man; eine (Dame gtbin, 
aufbauten, to crown, to kiiig ; fpte» 
(en, to play at dronghts; Ätebert, 
to draw. 

(Damen brett/ n. f. ftambrett* 

(Damenba ft, adj. ladylike. 
(Damen but, m. ladies' hat; ein itA* 
licnifdjer, a Leghorn hat. 

(D a tu e n t a m m , m. easy comb« 
(DatttenpulJ, m. women's attire» 
(Damenfattel, m. saddle for la- 

dies, sidesaddle. 
(DamenfpteC, m draughts t game 

at dranglit«. 

(D a m g e i fi , /. doe. 

(D a m b t r f d) , m. bi 

(Dam f}tr febfeber, n. buckskin. 

(D ä m t f (b; adj. drowsv. heavy. dull, 

foolish, silly; ba* bamifebe SDefen, 

drowsiness. 
(Damit, adv. therewith, with that, 
with it; wherewith: — conj. that» 
in order that; bamit nicht, lest; 

banitt b^t er feine Seinbe übrrtPun* 

ben, therewith he has conquered 

his foes ; \va$ trollen ^te bamit fa* 

gen ? what do you mean by it ? 

acb bamit bat e£ nitbli au bebeuten, 

ah that does not signifyf berau» 

bamit, ont with it ; bu brauebfr nur 
eine fyanb , bu fannfr aüti bamit 
üerriebten, you need but one liand, 
you can do fperform) ertry thine 

with it; tt>tr babert btefe ftranfbetl 
nicht, aber unfere ^adjbarn ftnb ba* 
mit behaftet, we have not this 
disease, but out neighbonrs are 
atr>cted wiih it; bamit tft ti noch 
ntcfjt Porbet, that is not yet the 
end of the matter? *— conj. that; 

beilegen, bamit bte Jeügcn feben, 

to the end that the wirnesset may 

see ; bamit &ic ^r Otfb bebaCtett, 
in order to sare your Uaoney; ba# 



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fD dn f f t fl, n. thankfeast, rejoicings, 
thanksgiving, 

Sanfgebet,' n. thanksgiving , 
rha n k sprayer. 

Sanflieb, n. thanksgiving song. 

5Danfopfer, n. thankoffering. 

JDanfprebigt,/. thanksgiving ler- 
nt oii. 

«Dantfagen, i>. r. «. to give thanks» 

Sanffagung,/. thanksgiving. 
S)anf fa gutig* fc$ reiften/ n. letter 

of acknowltxigment. 
Qanftag, m. thanksgiving day. 

JDanttoergeffen, adj. thanklesa, 

iingTatenk 
JD a n n, adv, dien, at that time ; felbß 

bann, trenn fl^ glaubt, febr glücf* 
lirf) JU fenn , even then , when she 
believes to be very happy ; bann 
Vnb tt>ann, now and rh**n; erß 

mütTen wir lernen, bann reben, first 
we rou st learn , then speak. 
fb a n n e h, adv. mit t> o n, from hence, 
thence , from thence , away. 

Sonnender, bannenbero, adv. 

- thence, therefore, wherefore, from 
thence , by that reason , that's 
why. 
$ anaig, Bantzick. 

© a r , adv. cor $eittvbvtevn be&eiajnet 
ettoai Oejfentlia)e*, ©ic^tbare« in ber 
Jjxmblunjj. 

2) a r n , öJv. thereon » thereat, the- 
rein, in that, in it, oxi that, on 
it, by that, by it, near that, near 
it, at that, at it, whereon , on 
which, in which, near which; 

baran fann id) ofcne SBcfymtitf; ni<bt 

benfen, tliereof I cannot think with- 

ont compassion; baran b<*ß hü hin 
SXe$t, thereto thou hast no right; 

baran fefce ia) nun eben nid)U flu» 

ge$, therein f see no great wis- 

doro ; tie @tobt liegt niaft am 95er» 
ge, aber ba$ £>orf liegt baran , the 

town does not Jie at the aide of the 
hül. but the village does; fle ge$' 

cn baran tyevum, they go round 
»ut it; gie§ SBaffer baran, pour 
ter to it; ei ift eine üüge, ei ifi 

l\\d)tt baran, it is a lie, there is 

no trnth in it; baran ae$en, to set 
about it; bu arbeiteß aud) fd)on 
fe^r lange baran, you have heen 

a great while about it; bret QRen» 

fcbenalter baben baran ju tbun, it 

is the work of three ages ; id) t)dbe 

längß baran gebadjt, I have thought 

of it a long while since; bft£ S)üüi 

tft mein , bu l>aft fein $e$t baran, 

tliat house is mine, you have no 

# right to it; fle bat eine burrf^brin» 
aenbe ©timme, idi tannte fte gleid) 

Daran , she hat a ihriil voiee, I 
knew her immediately by it; bar» 

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fommß bu baran/ now it U yon? 

turn; ei liegt nieftt* baran, it mat- 
tere not; tvat liegt baran? what 
, does it signify ? ti iß nt<bt< baratl 
gelegen, no matter, it is no mat- 
ter; er mufi baran , he must be put 

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to it, he must die; 
to hazard , venture ; 
baran ; he is hard at it; ttJte Dte( 

beffer waf id) baran gekvefen , how 

much better wonld it have been 

for me! ia> bin bei tym fe^r tvopi 

baran , he makes much of me ; id) 

u>ei6 nio^t, wie id) baran bin, I 

know not what to think of it; bu 
biß (c\)v unveebt baran, you are 
greatly mi staken ; ei iß nicf>t^ bar» 
an / there is nothing in it , it is 
good for nothing. 
{Darauf, adv. thereon , npon it , 
thereupon, lipon that; on that, 
on it, at that, at it, to that, of 
that, after that, then, whereupon, 
whereon; barauf fefce bieb , thereon 
sit down; barauf fie^, thereat bend 

your look ; barauf muft bu boren, 

thereto you must give ear; barauf 

benf e id), thereof 1 think ; barauf 
fonnen Sie fld? terlaffen, thereon 
you mayrely; er iß ßol| barauf, 
he boasts of it ; barauf gebt er eben 

aui/ that is what he aims at; ti 

iß bfoft barauf angelegt { mia> um 
ba< Steinige &u bringen'/ it U aimed 
at hothing but to depriva me o! 
what is mine; naa> biefem, hierauf, 

thereon , thereupon ; bie St&^t fi^t 

niebt auf ben: Q5aume, fonbern Der 
Sogel flht barauf, the cat does not 
sit on the iree, but the bird sits 

on it; ^ier iß ein klarier, fpiele 

barauf, here is a harpsichord, play 
on it ; gebe gerabe barauf |tt , go 

directly towards it; barauf fom* 
men , flft> beflnnen, to call to mind, 
remember; er iß jomig barauf, he 
is angry with it; eiferfuAttg bar« 

auf, jealous of it; benfe bo4 bar* 

auf! pray think thereof; »arte bar* 
auf, wäit thereon; tcb mar Iticftt 
auf ber 3agb, aber mein Jreunb »ar 

barauf, I was not a huuting, but 
my friend was there; wir afien unb 

barauf gingen wiv fpa|ieren, we 
dined, snpped, and afterwards we 
took a walk ; man f)at mid) betro» 
gen unb barauf gar um tai ffietntge 
gebraut, they Lave cheated me and 
af ter ward s deprived me of what is 

mine; tvenige »tage barauf, some 
few days alter; eine ©tunbe barauf, 

an hour after; ben Sag barauf/ the 

nextday; bei SKorgenf, Wbttibi bar* 

auf, the next raorning, evening; 

aller ^Oein iß barauf gegangen, the 

Wine is all drnnk off; er bringt 
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Crtnttnatcober, m. criminal code. 
€riutina(red)t, n. criminal law. 
<£ r t m t n a ( f a cf? e , /• criminal case. 
(Erimm, /. tlic Cnmea. 
€rttifcb u. f. f., f. in .*. 
firocobtU, n. f. ÄrofobiU. 
<E r u C i f i X i n. = .ftreuj, crucifix. 
(ErnflaU, m. f. 'SrnftaU. 
€ U b C b e , /. SKoftne, Damash raisin, 
Cyprus raisin; ©CiOÜrj, cubeb. 

Cubtt u. f. f., f. in #. 

(Eucummer, /. f. ©urfe. 

<E u 1 1 u i * , m. = ©i>tte$pere&rung, 

w^rship, divine service. 
(E U p l a , /. f. ÄuppcL 

Cupreffe/ /• f. $t?preffe. 
6 u r , f. = .vjciluna, eure; (Euren, 
tljtm / macfjcn , to do eures. 

Öüra§, m. f. Äurafi. 

Curatel,/. = tyflegeftfaft, Pflege, 

• guardianship , trnstee«hip. 

(Eurator, m. = Pfleger, trustee, 
giiardi.m; (Eurator bonorum, tru- 
stee of one's effects. 

5uv^, 77. furred great coat. 

(Eurtalftwl, m. = ©ericbttyofftöl, 

ityle of coart, language of tiie 
law. 

CurioS, ad}. = feltfam, ttmnber* 
lief? , f rauG # curious , whimsical , 
nice, wonderful. 

(Euriofttat, /. = ©e$en$würbig* 

feit; curiosity. 

Curtren, v. r. a. = fetten, to eu- 
re; an einem, to physick one, ad- 
minister to one. 

Surren t, aüj. z= gangbar/ carrent. 

(Eurrentgefb, n. current money, 
currency. 

€urrentg laubiger, m. creditor 

of debts of daily expences. 

€urr en tfdjrtf t, f. common hand, 
common handwriting. 

Currentfcfculb, /. debt of daily 

expences. 
Curfdjmieb, m. farrier. 

fcurfip, adj. = geföoben, föieflie* 
genb/ Italic. 

furfipfrt)rift, /. Italic letter. 
ur f U 6, m. course. 

€ufto$ /# m. = ©arter, $ fiter et» 

, ner 95ibliotf>ef, trustee; bei ben 

Sgua^rucfern, = S(attl;uter, catch- 

word. 

Cplinber, m. = Söalje, SXunb* 

faule, cy linder. 
Cwlinberu^r, /. horizenul watch. 

€ y m b e l , /. = Werfen, ScfcaUbetf en, 

cymbal. 

Cpper, m. ein 3eu<b, cyprus. 

€yper, /. Cyprus plum. 
Guperfage, /. cyprian cat. 

;pem^o(), n. prineewood. 

?j>*rtpein, m. Cyprus wine. 



SöperwutaeC,/. sweet cyperous, 

galangal. 
(Eypreffe,/. cypresstree. 
(Eypreffen&ota, n. cypresswood. 
Ssar^ m. czar. 
€ & a r i n , /. czarina. 



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(Da, «<fo. there, where; then, at 
that tirne; when, at which time: 
— conj. when^ as , since, because» 
whereas. £a ifl ße, there she is ; 

traurig un& mcöergefcbfajjen flftt er 

ba, inourning and pcnsive he sits 

there; ttrng gebe feg für ba« v 5uc^ 

ba ? what am I to pay for that 

book there ? icf) meroe gteieb wie* 
ber ha feyn, I will retum direct- 
ly, presently; ioer ba fyat, he that 
has; mer ba? who's there? ^ter 

flanb idj, bu flanbfl bla, Jiere I 

stood, you there; tvo ba? where? 
IVO benn ba? where then? i$ »Pill 

in ein £anb reifen , ba mkb ntemanb 

tennen folj , I shali go inco a land 
where there is nobody. that shall 
know me; \a , XOttiXi i<b ba tiodf 
lebe , ay , if I am then alive ; U ai 

»erbe \d) erfl ba empftnben, nxnn 

\<t), what shall I feel then, when I; 
ei Pergebt fein %ag, ba, there pas- 
ses no day , that ; in eben bem *U* 
genbrief, ba i(b, in the moment, 
when I; bat tp nid)t tva\)v , toai 
©ie ba jagten, it is not true, what 
you told there; \a f ba xoxxb man 
t^m gleich aaftparten, ay 9 there they 
will be directly at bis Service : — 
conj. ba ld) ifyn fa\) , when I saw 
him; ba weber ®to($ nod) S^roett 
bieb baju bewegen/ fo ift beim 8b* 
{lebt W0^( tugenb^aft,* as neither 
prido nor ambition does incite 
you, your intention seems to be 
vii-tuous; bu lacbfi, ba. bu bo<^ 
Zoranen Pergiefien foQttft« you 

laugh , where you should sned 

teais; ba i$ in ber @tabt n>ar, 

when I was in town , being ia 

, town; ba f. weil; ba obne fie bte 
(gacfie ntebt batte gef*cben f innen, 

as witLout tnem the dring coula 
not have been done; ba Qeföat) tl, 
then it feil out; ba ti\xn f whereas; 

ba nun Kriege gemifoigtf^ bte Ur« 
facben ber Srmutb ßnb, whereae 

wars are generally the caiftes of 

poverry; ba nun aura 6eben £td)t 
erjorberütb iß/ whereas seeiug re- 
qiiires light. 







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f|«ir feraufr, rnshe» upon m«; fährt, 
rides along; fliegt, "fliei on; flitfit, 
flows f>n; prächtig bafeer geben, to 

be dreijed iiimptuoiuly , CMtlyj 

raufoVn, to ruh on; fefelridjen, 

inrik along; fiTilüanffn , to sium- 
ble on . along ; prangen, to prance 
on, along; juben, to ä-aw on. 
■long: — conj. er hat feine ©rtud 
bigfclt getha«, tatet taitn id) midj 

nietjt Über tbn feef(agen, he Ins Hone 



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©abter, aJu. hier, her«, 

plare. 

©abin, adv. tliereto, tliither, st 
f»r; alont; down i »way t bii b& 
bin bin tri) gctoinnien, 1 1nt her I an 
con-e; (ritt Pabtn, step thith*r; (i 
ifr fdjan tafein mit ibm gefommen 
bafi er alli'ä ter (outen liiug, it i 



ftint 



äufcer 



, of «II 



mng fcabfrt, 
gute it as ins opimon ; er ifr nort 
niebt in Stein aetpefen, aber rr ipirb 
nactjftcue tabin nifen, he has 
yel been in Rnroe, but he I . 
wind 10 eo next ililrber; er ft> riefet 
nur t>on©ingen, bis babin geboren, 
he (peaki bin of things, tl.at gc 
that way; Infi brine Borgt baljir 

8m4tct feijn, pray let vour enri 
e bei i tliai win binipcqi fahren, 
to ride iwiv : fallen, to fall down. 
fliraen, to ßy ivnjr, to wing ii 
iwiv ; geben , to give up, awav. 
Mcrifice; geben, fterben, to go oft: 
feilten, to luve got orie'l reward, 

10 far; fepn , frerben , er tft bobin, 
he ii pino; tt ifr bahin, it it 
«peiit; (inten, to sink down; obn. 
mächtig rotrbeit, to iw.-ion iw.iy : 
gerben, to die iwiy ; babin gefreut 
fienn laffen, to leave undelermined. 
undeeided. 

© a b i n g c g t n , f. bagegtn. 

©abinten, tulv. juruef, brbind. 

©ab tnter, adv. behindi fig. et 
wollte et mir Herbergen, aber irfi 
faitt babinter, he endeavoured to 
hide it frnm me, but I diieovered 
it; babinter (reift ettvati, there is 
«t»me leeret in in tt tft nidjtfi ta> 
hinter, there is nothing in it ; er 
bat eben nidjt not big , fo fehr ba< 
feinter feer tu fron, he needs not, 
to preis so liard lipon t to purlue 
■o eage:ly the matter. 

©ab in wir H, adv. thiüierwud, 

^oblborb, n. border, edging, si- I 
lanka »II round the deck. | 



©ablen, 


v T n. to trilU, 


frolick. 


pla 




fool, to dally. 




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adv. then. it thai time. 


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teel; Adlige, datr 
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ffieieete, dimatk 


d.niat- 


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feibencr 



©amair 
©amafren. adj. ilaniaik. 
©aut6o<f, m. bock 
©ambrett, tt, drauglitboird, ebeii- 

board, tablci. 
© ii in t r e 1 1 & I u m e , /. common fri- 

lillary, che^nered hly. 

©ante, /. = Smu, woman of fiibion, 
lady; tlh ÄOrtwfotef , ijneen j im 
Srett'piel, man ; eine ©ume geben, 
aufbamen, to crow«. to hing ; fpi«> 
len, to play at dronghti; jiefeen, 
to draw. 

©amenbrett, n. f. ©ambrett. 

©amenbaft, adj. laJvlikr. 

©amenfeut, m. ladiet' hat; ein it». 
licntfdjtr, a Leghorn hat. 

©amenfamin, m- t-asy comb. 

©amenpiti>, m. women's ettire. 

©amenfattel, m. siddle für !■• 



i,iddle. 



nenfpiet, 



. drauglit. [ game 



©amgetfi, /. do«. 

©amfeirftb, m. btick , futlowdeer. 

©amb.irftbCeber, n. buckskin. 

©itiufcfi, a.lj. drnwsv, heavy. dull, 
fooliih, iiily; lai bäniifflje 9Be|'ot, 

©amit, adv. therewith, with that, 
with it; wherewitli i — conj. ihit, 
in order that; baitiit nidit, lett; 
bantit bat er feine Stinte übernjun« 



ben, tlm 



villi he 



)0Uen ei 



cmiqn, 



Bamit fa. 
gen r wnat ao yini mein by it ? 
atb bamit bat tt niAU ju bebeuten, 
ab that does not »ignify! fecratl* 
Damit, out with it; tu braudjfr nur 
eine Ipanb, bu fannft allef bamit 
»errieten, von need but on« bind, 
you call do fperform) evtry tliinjr 
with it; wir bai^ert biefe Jfranfbett 
nicht, aber unfere ffladjbarn fitifc ba» 
mit behaftet, we h»ve not this 
disease. but our neighbouri arn 
affecird wiih it; bamit ifr ti tiod) 
nirtjt Vorbei, that i* not yet the 
end of the matterf — conj. that; 

befiicegen, bamit bie ^eiigen feben, 

to tlie end that ihe wimeilei niay 

see ; bamit 6ie 3br ©ett behalten, 
in order to sare your ttaoney; bfl» 



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Z> an f f e jt, n. thankfeast, rejoicings, 
thanksgiving. 

&anfgebet,' n. thanksgiving , 
rha n k spray ©r. 

Sanflteb, n. thanksgiving tong. 

5Danfopfcr, n. thankoffering. 

JDanfprebtgt,/. thanksgiving ler- 
nt Oll. 

^Danffagen, v.r.*. to give thanks. 
©anffagung,/. thanksgiving. 

JDanf fagunglfc^reibeti/ n. letter 

of acknowledgiuent. 
£) a n f t a g , m. thanksgiving day. 

JDanttoergeffen, aäj. thankless, 

ungTate.ul. 
JD a n n, a di;. then, at thae time ; fe(6jt 

bann, wenn jl^ glau6t, fefer glürf* 
iid) 5U fepn, even thcn , when she 
believes to be very happy ; tonn 
ynb wann, now and rhrn; erft 

muffen wir fernen; bann reben, first 

we roust lcarn , then speak. 
!D a n n eh, adv. mit t> n, from hence, 
thence , from thence , away. 

©annenfrer, bannenfrero, adv. 

- thence, therefore, wherefore, from 
thence , by that reason f that's 
why. 
$ an ftt g, Dantzick. 

© a r , adv. uor gtotwörtern 6e&ei4net 
etwa« Oejfent(ia)e*, ©tastbare« in ber 
$anblung. 

5D a r a n , adv. thereon , thereat , the- 
rein, in that* in it, 011 that, on 
it, by that, by it, near that, near 
it, at that, at it, whereon , on 
which, in which, near which; 

baran fann id) ofrne SBefrmutfr ntcfrt 

benfcn, thereof Icannot think with- 

ont compassion; baran fraft bu fein 

SKecfrt, tnereto thou hast 110 right; 

baran fefre id) nun eben t\\d)t$ flu» 

üei f therein l see no great wis- 
dorn ; bte ©tobt (tegt ntojt am 95er* 
ge, aber bai £>orf liegt baran , the 

town does not Jie at the aide of the 
hill. but the village does; ftC gefr* 

en baran frerum, they go round 
about it; gie§ SBaffer baran, pour 
water to it; ei tft eine Eüg$, ei ift 

m<frt$ baran/ it it a lie, there is 

no muh in it; baran aefren, to »et 
about it; bu arbeitest aud) fd;on 
fefrr lange baran, you have heen 

a great whiie about it; bret QRen* 

(djenatter fra6cn baran ju tbun, it 

1$ the work of three ages ; t<fr t)dbe 
lamjft baran gebadjt, I have thonght 
of it a long while since; büi S)üüi 

tft mein, bu # fraft fein föed&t baran, 

tnat house is nsine, you have no 

# right to it; fle frat eine burcftbrin« 
genbe ©timme, td) fannre fle gleich 

oaran, she hat a ihriil voice, I 
Vnew her immediately by it; bar« 

temmen, to come to it; nun 



fcmmfr bu baran, now it is you? 
turn; ei (tegt nid)t6 baran, it mat- 
ten not; tcai (tegt baran? what 
, does it signify? ei tft T\\d)ti barail 
gelegen, no matter, it is no mat- 
ter; er mufi baran , he must be put 
to it. he must die; baran feiert, 
to hazard, venture; er tft eifrig 
baran, he is hard at it; Wte Dte( 

beffer -aar' tdj baran ge»efen , how 

mnch better would it have been 

for me! t<^ 6in 6et tym fe^r too^i 
baran, he makea much of nie; id) 
U>et6 nt^jt, wie , id> baran bin, I 

know not what to think of it ; bu 
(tft fetyr unved?t baran, you are 
greatly mi staken ; ei tft niefct* bar- 
an , there is nothing in it , it is 
good for nothing. 
(Darauf, adv. thereon, upon it, 
thereupon, upon that; on that, 
on it , at that , at it , to that , of 
that, after that, then, whereupon, 
whereon; barauf fefce btd), thereon 
sit down ; barauf fiefy, thereat bend 

your look ; barauf inuft bu froren, 
thereto you must give ear; barauf 

benfe id), thereof I think; barauf 
fonnen Sie flct^ tedaffen, thereon 
you mayrely; er tfl flo(| barauf, 
he boasts of n; barauf gefrt er eten 

diiif that is what he aims at; ei 

tft bfeft barauf angelegt, .mt$ um 
bai Peinige ^u bringen, it is aimed 
at hothing but to deprive me oi 

what is mme; nad^ biedern, frterauf, 

thereon, thereupon; bte Stalle fi^t 

ntd)t auf ben: 95autne, fonbern Der 
8)ogel pfet barauf, the cat does not 
sit on the tree, but the bird siu 

on it; frier tft ein C(at-ter, fpiele 

barauf, here is a harpsichord, play 

on it ; gefre gerabe barauf |u , go 

directly towards it; barauf fem» 
men , jtcfr beflnnen, to call to mind, 
remember; er tft ftorntg barauf, be 
is angry with it; eiferfädittg bar* 
auf, jeälous of it; benfe boä) bar« 

auf, pray think thereof; »arte bar« 
auf, wäit thereon; id) toar fttefet 

auf ber 3agb, aber mein Jreunb »ar 

barauf, I was not a hunting, but 
my friend was there; Wtr afien Unb 

barauf gingen wir fpajieren, we 
dined, sunped, and afterwards we 
took a walk ; man frat mtd7 betro* 
gen unb barauf gar um lai peinige 
gebracht, they Lave cheated me and 
afterwards deprived me of what is 

mine; wenige »tage barauf, some 
few days after; eine ©tunbe barauf, 
an hour after; ben Sag barauf, the 
next day ; bei SKorgetiv, Wbtnbtbüxr 

auf, the next morning, evening; 

aller £Bein tft barauf gegangen, the 

wine is *\l drunk off; er bringt 
barauf, he insists upon it; t(^ 



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talw «ny n»tb «tl S*rlrS«B, 1», totUiif, 

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1 Caiein Im«i, w H.i.i.itr. iii- 

ir. bind; 

ir. im«- 
1 ia »riki; barrin 
njJrert. 

in t'ffcWI, lo 1»y down 

b » 1 1 * n , v. 1. *. n> T*»eh '•«' ». 
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T Itm fO>tit) ( , /- mim Uik» tici- 

tJunftriitin, f. «filie . gripM. 

f a 1 1» i» -- I 

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niaii'in. 
^«ruimurn., «,. - 
5>arn « [»■ , ■ . af'« 

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OlUrtf fcarnjifc; immedi-ii.'l' 

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SDarreieben, v. r. a. to Teack forth, 
to present with» tencjer, prpffer, 
provide, supply with. 

JDarreidJung, /. reaehing forth, 

preseming with , ofFering. 
S) a r r e n, v. r- «• to kilndry, to 4ry; 

Tupfer, to melt. 
JDarrfieber, w. hectic fever. 
JDarräratf, n. mcadow soft grass, 

wooly holeus. 
!Darr^au^ jj. kilnhouse, 
5) arrofen, m. kiln. 
fDarrfuctyt, /. consumption, phthi- 

sic, phthisis. 
{D q r r f it <0 1 £ g > «<*/. phthisical? — 

aar. phthisically. 
©arfe$cn, v.r.a. ta put in, down, 

before ; wagen,' to ventnre, l;a/.ard. 
©ar fr eilen, v. r. a. to set forth, 

represent , exhibit. 
©arfreller, m. representative , ex- 

bibiter, performer. 
© a r ft e 1 1 U n 3, /. representatioi), ex- 

hibition. 
© a r fr r e cf e n , v. r. *. to reach forth, 

Stretch forth, extend. 
©arfrrccfung, jf. reaehing forth, 

stretching forth , extending. 
©artfyun, v.r. «. eigentt., to place 

before, torepresent; ftg,, to prove, 

evince, show, demonstrate, 

(Darüben/ f. bruben. 

{Darüber, a Jy. over it ; • beyond 
that(it); upon that, concerning 
that, of that; on aecount of (hat; 
for that reason , on that aecount ; 
in tlie mean time (vvhile), above, 
upwards, more; tyier t(l btc BBun» 

be, barüber lege ein tyflafrer, here 

is the sore , thereon put a plaster, 
hereaver lay a plaster; flg. barüber 
tfrer \VCC\, that does not tnuch him ; 

(aruber gc^t niebtä, there is notliiug- 
above it; barüber tyabe id) mid) noa) 

fliegt bettagt/ thereof I have not yet 
complained; tu brarbtefr beine #eit 
mit plagen ju , barüber ifr nun ber 
grüfyh'ng vergangen, you spent your 

tirue in complaints, whei eon spring 

is passed ; man t)at eine *#rüefe bar» 

Über Qekwet, they have bu»lt a bridge 

over it ; man mu§ e$ i-arüber fa)reu 

• fcen , one mint write it over it; er 

flieg an einen <£tein, unb fiel barü* 

Per, he stumbled ar a stone and 
fei) over it ; id) tvitl mid) barüber 
machen, I shall go about it; c£ getjt 
bei ihm alle* barüber unb barunter, 

he turns the house out of the 
window / tupsy turvv; lll(icf>€ nur 

nid)t gar 3u lange barüber, dwell 
not too long thereon; ftnb nieine 

. Qruubc fo fdjfecbt, \>av \d) barüber 
S&reJJcdjarfitung vertieren foUte? are 

my argumenta so bad to inake me 

i^e your esteem? ber SÜcrfaffer 

& fcftYM&tti Vh§ «Hth.gr dj € 4 dur- 



• _ 

ing it; ftd)$ SDocfcen unb barüber, 

six weeks and more; ei ifr fehoit 

ein Viertel barüber, it is alrcady a 

quaiter after. pasc ; t(l bat ber Sfu§, 

worüber id) fdjwimnten foU? is that 
the river, where I am to swim 
. over ? 
(Darum/ adi>. around that ( i t ) ; 
about that (it); concerning that; 
for thist; on that aecount, for that 
reason, on this aecount; therefo- 
re ; for what reason, why; barum 
ge^e id) feinen geller, therefore I 

five no farthing ; biffe^ ^abe i(fy 
arum gefagt, bannt bu tpiffen 

mpgtefl , this I have said , that 
you inight know ; ia) t^ue e£ bar* 

um, it>et£ e^ mir gefallt, I do it, 
because I like it; er I?at für etn 
SOarum jer;n &antm bei ber J^anb, 

for one why he has ten becausei 

at hand; unb banb einen rotten %a» 

ben barum, and tied a red thread 

about it; t^r ^abt ntc^t Urfa<r*e, 
eud) barum ju befümmern, you have 

no reason tobe concerned for it; 

er ix? e i § barum, he is privy to it, 

•he is in thesecret; fle Wußten nid)t< 

barum, they did not know any 

thing about it; ftefen taufen b Zbaiex 
wollte id) barum geben; ten thou- 
sand dollars I would give for it; 

id) bin barum gekommen, I have 
lost it; man l?at mid), barum ge* 

bracht, they have deprived me of 
it ; ti fei; barum / may be , be it 

so*; id) t^at ei eben barum, j did it 

on that aecount; id) lobe fle barum, 
I commend her for that. 

©arun ten, adv. f. brunten. 

darunter, adv. thereunder, und er 
that, under it, below that, in that 
thing (matter ); among it; barun* 

ter mu§ bat Seuer gemaebt werben, 

thereunder the. Are mtist be kind- 

leti ; barunter $at er fieb verborgen, 

tiiereunder he has iiid liimselt; 

barunter (eibet feine Eigenliebe, t!>e- 

rebv suffers his selflove; e$ fcfrct 

Ufö ^ba(er, barunter fann ia> et 
nif^t geben, it costs six dollars, for 
less 1 cannot give it; barunter ifl 
hiei bat befle, thereof this is the 
best; barunter fefye id) meinen ^reunb 

niebt, therein 1 do not see my friend; 

bki ifr tag hefte barunter, this it 

the best among them , of them ; ef 

ift fein Unterfebieb barunter, there 
is no difTerence among them; t\€ 
S>itcaten ftnb gut, «ur einer b«r* 
unter ift &u (eiebt, the ducats are 
good. but one of them is too Hght. 

^arwägen, v. /. a. to weich to. 
t>av weifen, v U *. to exhibit, 

show forth. 

Q a r 5 ä I) l e n , v, r. p. to p*y down, 
to cpunt down. 






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to carry off, away; flg. erlangen, 
befommen, to get, earn. 
Daöor, adv. beforo it, from it , of 
it. «t it, {<■! tbat. for it; bacor 
teilte uns" ©Ott, God forbid; öa< 
»or fiirdite tdj int* nidjt, f am not 
«fraid of it; e* ftetf' ein Kits« »«• 
Dor, abar stickt to it; Sil ftfbft |fl 
bflttor, von stand beforo it; bl(t 

t(l eine fcljur, (feile bidj bat>or,.here 

il adoor, itandaEüiimit: hier >ft 

«ine ©rube , bitte oid) bat?« , tliere 
i* a hol«, take heed of it; i* fann 
nitbti tatet, I einnotlielp it, 't i 

SniüiUer, adv. againit it; baf&. 
unb bawibCT, pro and ton; i<f> ft«M 
nidHß Caioteer, I have 110 objei 
tion; irfjLpeifinidjtibmuiber, Ihno- 

Daju, «./«. thereto. toit; for tbat 
(it); for that pil'poto (ond); at 
that(it); in aJailfo» to (hat (u); 

beiiilrj; oajii fomint, thereto com- 
•■; i* 6a6e Dir bat Selb ni*t 6aju 
«geben, bafi 6u tf,«crtt)un follft, l 



. = 3ebn»a&t, »et)» ©tM, 
n Decber gelle, « dick« 



'ii"' et 

of Inda». 
St* fei,/, f. Seifbfef. 
Dfcimal, «f/. = (et|ntheilig,_d.- 

timal; Derimal * ®rud>, deciroal 

fraction. 

Eerf, h. f. Serbe*. 

•^ttfbette, n. ootbi««, coverlmg, 

jppt-rbed. 

Detfe,/. cot«, covering; über baf 
•Äett, coverlat; unter einer Deö?« 
lieqen, to contpire rog'tiieti ff* 
nach ber Derfe (treffen , to cut th* 
coat according to the cloih; unter 
bem flui, m«; ii««« 3iraraert, ceii- 
ine; |ia- wo* bieÄenntniB «tnerisa« 
che t>er>mbert, «iruiia; w.tebcn. 



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.©eic ift »erftfjloffcii, i(h faitn nidjl 
fcaiu, the caih ij locked iip, I ean. 
not com« atit, by it; Uftetljaftt 
Verfemen, unbwetdjeno* bnjuplofl« 
lia) empor gefonimen finb, viciom 
peraons and betitlet such »» are 
«pswns; finge un* ein Sieb, mir 
»pllen baju fpielen, give Hl a »oug, 
wc will plav to it; baju tbun , 10 
•dd ; er gebort mit baju , he ha* * 
Land in it , he ia a iharer in tbe 
bnsinets; er fpridjt auflj bp.a, be 
putain hii word; toüt meinen eie 
laju ? whar i* jour opinion of tti a 
matter? liberale*, besidea, more- 
over; meine ©ebwtfter baju, and 

!D agil mal, adv. then, «t that tinie; 
juuiul ba , especiatly. 

S)aji»iifrt)en, a dv. between, among; 
flefte e« bajroifdjen, put it th«e 
between; reoe mit nifbt bajwifo>«n, 
do not intemiptme; &einc unji . 
tigeSajltijffbenfunft, yonrumimely 
popping in , your nntimely bre«K- 
ing in upon m; bajioifrtjfn fdjl.i 
a«n, to iutcrpo*e one'» anthority. 
Debtt, n. dcbt, debtor'» aide. 

De tut', n. 3= änfano, antritt, Huf. 

©ebü'tiren, v. r. n. = anfangen, 

auftreten, 10 »*t out. 
Decanat, n. deanry, dean»hip. 

De tan ei,/, deanry, deantbJp. 
Deeonul. m. dcan. 
Decfit.iber, m. December. 
Den) an ei, /. deanry, daanihip. 
•bant, m. dein. 



T'erfelgla«, n. a'glai» with < 
Jetfeitanne, /■ wnkard. 

(rfelfieb, n. sirvo with a double 
bottoin, wherool the underraoit 
ia of leath«. t fc ,„ 

D«rfen, v. r. a.XO cover; btn WW, 
to cover the table, to lay thecloth! 
einen EWangel, to make up » elefi- 
ciency ; er ift bmlanglidj gebe«, h« 
ha* a'ifflcient »ccurity; ftir bell ift 
aebetft, he ii ea.y for lif* s fflaaren 
betfen, to hon»« goodi; gebeerter 
ffirin, fullbodied wine. 

Je (Ten (lud 1 , n. ceilingpiee». 

Ö e rf e r , m. coreter. 

Den* bammer, m. naildraww. 

3ed;tflrb, m. voider. 

5«<fl«kne,/.f.5>erfe«. 

D e rf 111 o n t e l, m. covei»»hame, cioak, 
pretence, voil, ina»k. 

Seifmeffer, b. bill, hedgmg hiU. 

Detfplanfe, /. deckplank- 

Detfrobr, "• thatcli. 

Serffrijmabber, »■ main »i.y»a»l. 

Serflitlfl,/ ooveri«. 

OeoTworpe, /. decktran»om. 

©etltnatton, /. = Umeitbting, 
declonaion. . 

Decltniren, v. r. a. =: umenoen, 

to decline. 
D e b i t i r e n , »■ r, n. = loibmen , to 

dadiaate. <t . 

Debutiren, v. r. it. = ableiten, 

erörtern , enoetfen , to dedneo. 
Debuttion,/. = «rbrterung, *r» 

itei* , dedueuon. 
Defect, adj. = mangetbaft, de- 

De^eaV-. = »gang, Surfe, SR«" 1 

gel, debeiency, defect. 
Defenfio, mdj. = »ebrboft, de- 

Delieit, "■ = 96gang, deficiency. 
Defiliren, v. r. «. = einl)tr,iel)eii, 
reiben»«* liefen, to march, by 

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rfrnta;, *J/. .tncitl«, Hvxible, 
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*f rieiiti, .-,. diinliar'l triee. 
*flrifr, m, dikcerive, diko- 

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5>et f f et / /. ad*e. 
©ei ff ein, u. «. r. to dub. 
© e t fr , m. = (frott&efenner, ©pttglau« 
big (obnc £>tfen&arung) , deist. 

©eifcifct), ad] deistical. 

© e f a b e, /. = 8&M>nitt Pon &el)n 55u» 

d)em r decaJ. 
5D el <£ r e b e r e , ». warrantee ; bei 
(Jrebere flehen, für 3at)lfäi;igfeit ein» 

(leben / to stand surety. 

©clicat, cjy = Äart, nie&lid>, f<$6n ; 

fcfetltatftyaft , (ecfcr # delikate, deli- 
cious , nice : — r adv. deliciously, 
m cc 1 v 

©elicateffe, /. = Cecferl)aftiflfeit ; 
getnlpeit, gart^ett 7 Jeinfinn, @d)p« 

nurg , delicacy . nicety . dainty« 

Delinquent, w. = SKiffeißater* 

3?erbrecr)er, ,delinquent, 
(Delphi"/ w. dolphin. 

©elprjinat, n. Dauphiny. 
©em, dat. P. ber u. b ae, to the; 
idf qab e$ bem alten iperrn, I gave 

it to the old gentleman ; bem fei 
ttne it)m ipolle, be it as it will; e* 
iffc nun an beut mit un6/ nowwe 
are come to that point. 
©emago'g, m. = ajoltyffc&rer* de- 

ma^ogue , populär leader. 

(Demant, m, f. (Diamant 
©emantfpat^, m. adamantine 

spar. 

© e m a t , © i e m a t , n. as much Und 

as may be mowed in one day. 

© e m tuen, f. bammem 
©emmern, (Demincrung u. f. f., 

f. bammern u. f. f. - 
©emnad), conj. alfo/ bar)er, theTe 

fore, accordingly, of coiirse; na<$? 
bem , ba, since, whereas. 
© e m i f e U e, /. maiden lady, miss. 

©emoltren, v. r. a. = apBre^en, 

niebcrrei§en , föleifen, to demolisl». 
©empn ftriren ; v.r.«. ^ ernm* 

fen, barttjun, io demonstrare.. 
© e.m u t t) ., /. iinmility , bumbleness, 

Submission , lawliness. 
©emüttyig, adj. humble, submis- 

sive ; — adv. bumbly , submisai- 

vely. 
55 e tll Ü tf) i Q C n , v. r. a. to hnnible; 

bring down, abäse; ben Jetnb , to 

subcnie the enneray; fld), to humble 

one's seif, submit. ' 

©emutbigfeit* /. humbleness ; f. 

©emutp. 
© e m Ü 1 j> t § U n g , /. huiniliation , 

Submission , abasement , mortifica- 

tion, 

JDen, accus, sin*, bei Slrtifel* ber, 
the; ben Söinb ftebjr bu niefct, you 
do not see the ^w;nd; (dt) QU in ben 
jjfimmelj look up to heayen; bem 
jenigen, biefen, |enen, that, tbis; 
tpelcfyen , whom , which . tl»at. 

©en> dativ. -plur. bei 3lrtifel$ ber, 
to the ; et fd;tift ei ben ©cfcwejUvu, 



he sends it to tbe sisters ; ben 
Jreunben mu§ man alle* per&eiben, 

, any tlung may be forgiven to one's 

friends. 
!D e n a r , ra. denf er. 
!D e n e n , dat. -plur. pron. ber/ t« 

these; welken, wliom, to whom; 

jenen, to (hose, to such« 

© e n g e l n , v. r. a. to whet a sithe, 
or sicKle by hamnicring. 

©enfart,/. f. ©enfungeart. 

© e n f b a r ; adj. cogi table ; imagi- 
nable : — adv. imaginably. 

£>enfbucty, n. townbook; Saften« 
bud) , niemora,ndumbook , nierno- 
rial, joiirna]^ 

©en teil/ v. i. a. (vart. pass. Q&CHbt, 
imp.ba<t)U)f to thihk. Jb^-in medi- 

tation ; woxan benfen @1e ? what do 
you thit\k of^ pfa* benfen ®ie? 
what do you think? @ie C6nnen 
(eif^t bentyl, ba§, you may easily 

imagine, that; i<p ba^te eben naep 

jjaufe, I jun thought, oi my fa- 
niily; benfen @te! imagine! i$ 

tabe tvo^l gebaut, bǤ ei fo fem* 
9ten tpuvbe, I thought it wotild 
come so; trenn i$ an aUeJ bat ge* 

bad)t ^atte,; if 1 bad minded all 
those circumstances ; benf an midi 2 
remember me ! ^in un( ber benfen/ 
to Tevolve in one/s mind ; er benft 
auf feine Kebe, ke is meditating 

bis speech ^ locnti iä) mir benfe, 
|pa^ erfolgen fann, whemever I fan- 
cy wh;:t may be the 1 result; \vai 

beuten @ie fio) babcx? what notion 
bave von ot hl er benft tpeg»u6(ei« 

ben, ne has a mind to stay away; 
ein benfenber $opf, tbinkiug man; 
ein benfenbe« Söefen, a rational 
being; bie fcnfenbe Äraft, in teilen 

tuai power. 
© e n f e n , n. thinking , cogitation. 

©enfer, m. thinker; bie ©enfer # 
the thiuking ones, tb,ose who re,- 
flect. 

© e n f f r a f t , /, cagiutive power, 
faculty oi thinking. 

©enfmal, n. monument; memory; 

$um ©enfmal ber Sreunbf^aft, in 

remetnbrance of friendship ; ©e»f* 

male betreffen b, monumental* 
© e n f m ü n 5 ? / /. medaL 
©enfriemen, m. pbylactery. 
©enf faule, /. monumental Statue, 

monument. 
©enf fc^r if t, /. raemorial; inscrip- 

tion; meinoir; alte, records« 

©enffprun), nr. motto, de vice, 

symbol. ' 

© c n t fr e i n, m. monumental stone f 

monument. 
© e n f ft ü cf , n. memoria!^ 
©entungöarti /• miud» way of 

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Derb, berbe, adj. compact, eon- 
rinnoui, firm, dense, cfose, hard, 

vehement; lomid; figiirl. gebicgen, 
do*e, ma'ir, massive, solid; je« 
monben berbe au£?rügeln, to beut 
one souii.ily ; munter, gefunb, rafi), 
ltiity, sonnd, itunt. strone; berbe 
©efunbheit , ruda heilt h ; C«be 
fdjreibetl, to write in itioug terms : 
— adv. compacily etc. , loundly 

Herbheit, /■ eompaetness , firm- 

Dereinft, fl ./t>. rirtfi , once, once 
) dsy , in the fntura , in time to 

Derein frig, oJj. future, tbat »hall 

Devertthalben, b er en t iE eg en , 
berentwiUrn, f. ber. 

Derqeftalt, „,;„. j n t h»t mann er, 
10 rauch, so far, so. tlms; berge* 
fralt fuib auri) bie übrigen Dinge, 
ol the ssme kind are the rest; 
fein« Umftanbr ftnb bergeftatt bofe, 



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(in SJtann , betglcirfjen nitbt mebr 
, vorbanben ift, it is * min, you 
■hall not look lipon his lik« again; 
berulfitften ©adjeii, such thiugi; 
bergfeirben gruben Wann o(( tiefer 
ift, stich a rustic s> this man. 

Dtvijalben, ber er ba 16 en , ba» 
ber, con>. therefore; f. bemale. 

Derjenige, b fei e n i g ( , tat tu 
Ilige, pron. dementer, berjeniqe, 
welcher, he th«t; berjenige Mtnfrb, 
Bon welchem ith bir fagte, the per 
•ou, wliom I told you of; bieje- 
nige tugrtib ifl flro§, welrfje amfj 
in 'Tu i Bern artigfei ten bie *J)vp6e ball, 

proof evon in advereities ; bu rauüt 
einer ton beseitigen feuti , icelite, 
you mujt be one of those tbat; 
Diejenigen feiner alten ©o [baten, 
those of his old saldier). 

©er (et, adv. f. Bergleitfeen. 

Seriinlt in |1, ade- f. bereinfh 

Sermalen, adv. biefimat, jeljt, «t 
present, now. actually, this time, 

Dermaitg, adj. actnal, presenr. 

D e v in a % t n, adv. in such a manucr, 
to Such a degree; au£ ber jffiaJMit, 
extremety, ».ttraordinarily. 

*Dero, gen. antiiju. reist, your, TOD». 

Sere galten, f. ber&alben. 
D e r o iv e n e it , i". beiieegen. 
Derfelbe, biefelbe, E n i f elbe, 

pro", ifcmoJtstr. relal. the ume; ei 

1 eben btrfetce iffionn, ben wir g«< 



SDf« 

flern faben, it is the same perion 
wo hw vesterdsy; eben & et fette, 
gart) berfelbe, tlie very ssme; bat 
tft ein fd)önei Äaui, wer ift ber $o 
(lljer bvi'lrelbcn ? this is a fine houis, 






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. f. befroegen. 
Deni'ei le, bermet len, ad», in the 

roean, meantime, [nie<nwhile> 
©erwtfn), m. = tilrftfrber Settel» 

mono) , detviie. 
©ei, f«. Jt'n». art. of the. 

Eeftrttur, m . =: iflusreiBer, mri- 

iwüv . deserter. 
Seferti re n, v. r. n. = aufreißen, 

Seifallf, adv. be^wegen, wegen 
tiefe* gaüei, on thst sceoiint, tor 
tbat sähe, therefor«: Beifall« fitiB 
wir batb gute Sreutibe, nevertheless 

-VfB are yood fiientlt. 

Sefgleitben, adj. beffen gleitijen, 
f. bergleidien : — conj. iitialeirftert, 
wie a'utb: fo wohl er, alt jft, bei. 
gleidfen fein SOater, wie aurfj feine 
erfjiutfler, he as well as the, a* 
also his father and his siater. 

Seibalö, beibalben, adv. bei- 
wegen, therefore, on tbat aecount, 
for that reason, for tbat iahe: — 
conj. therefore. 

Sefpot, m. = ©ewatth«r, ©ewatt«. 
berrf*tr, despot. 

De fp otiffb, adj. ■= geroaltberrtffb, 
gewaltthattg , unumfnjranft, despo- 
tic, amiirary , absolute; — ade. 
detpotically, abiolutely; befpotifd) 
beri'fcben, to bear an absolute sway- 

Defp otiimui, m. = @ewaltberr> 
ftbaft, Swangberrfiboft, despotism. 

S5(6, gen. s!n S . pro«, ber, whoie, 
of wliom ; befi EXtd)ter id) btn, 



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Tieffetn, n. = »Kufter, design. 
3effentbal6en, beffen twegen, 

beffentwtllen, f. ber. 
5>ef fert, >>. =. $ad)iird), desert, 

S)e f jev t mefff r, n, desertknife. 
©efferttellerttjen, n. twifler. 
Setti Uateur, m. — Jtobampfer, 
äb(icber, aSafierfcrenner, distiller. 
Eeftiltation, /'. ~ atjtebung, di- 



. zz abjie$«i, 



tillat 
2>eftiClire 

Srf- i I(t i'd et'i 6, n. still, «lembit. 

Deftidirfotben, m. = ©oinpf» 
folfcen, •tillbead. 

Etil»/ o.li'. ihe; je mebr Befto bef« 
fer , tbo more the better ; beflo 
jarf lieber , the more tender. 

Sefiregen, ado. um biefer Urfatbe 
liegen, for tbat reaton, for tbat 
siike , on tbat accoun(: — , conj. 
ther-for». 

Sei willen, adv. f. bat Soriat. 



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iipl'f, Llulihirlip. tu Jb*f*l^tf pfteB 

■■■■. bigir. 

£■ i J 6 a U Ji , rn. l«f £a paunch , gor- 

i if *d(. h. £ brlU-il 

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© t (P b a r ttt , m. great £iif* 
© t cf C t f. thickness ; bigness. 
© i cf 1) a l f i g , ä J/. thickneckcd. 
©icftyautig, adj. tiiickcoated 9 cal- 

loiis. 
^©icftdjt, n. thich, thicket, covert. 
©tcffopf, m. thickskin, numskull, 

cliub. jolrhead. 
© i cf f 6 p 1 1 g, «</;". thick 8 oiilled, chub- 

bed, rhubby. 
© i cf l e i b i g , «df/. corpulent , big- 

bellicJ. 
©icflicf), 0^7. somewhat thick. 
© i cf i i P P i g / «J/. blubberlipped. 

© i cf f d? a l i g, «</;. tiiickcoated, thick- 
filiAjIed. 

©icfung, /.f. ©icficfct. 

© i c t i v e n, v.r.a. i=z aum 9lac$fc$rei* 

ben ttorfrgcti/ to dictxte. 
©ie, f. ber. 
CD t e 6 / m. tbief, robber; fcatt b?" 

©teb! stop the tbief! ein geteerter 

©ie6, a piagiary. 

©ieberei, /. tbeft, thievery, thie- 
▼islmcss; geCefyrte, plagiarism« 

© teb in, /. tliief. 

© i e b t f d) , adj. thievish : — adv, 

thievishly. 
©ieb$banbe,/. gang of thieves. 
©ieblbaum, m. thief's thumb. 
©ieb$bedfel, m. nabcheat. 
©iebäfän ger, m ; thiefcatcber. 

©ieb*geno§, ©tebägefell, m, 

a thiei's accomplice. 
©teblglücf, n. trick of fortune, 

windiall. 
© i e b € g U t , n. ttoleii goods. 

© tebtilat er n e, f. dark lanthorn. 
©ieb$pfeife, £ dogwhistle. 

© i e 6 $ r 1 te, /T gang of thieves. 
©ieb$ fdjlüffel, m. picklock. 

©iebfta$l, m. theft; begeben, to 

commit; mit ©ett>a(t, robbery ; 
f leiner, larceny. 
© i e ( e, /. deal , board , thin plank. 

© i e l e, /". floor, groundfloor ; porcb, 

vestible. 
© i e ( e n , v. r. a. to board , floor, 

plank. 

©ielenjungfer,/. barmaid. 
© i e n e n , v. r. n. to serve ; ei bient 
$U ntd)t$, it serves no end, it is 

§ood for nothing; ba& fann tteniQ 
icncn, that is of little use; biei$ 
bient jur iSadie, this is to the pur- 
pose; i&m bienen toicle £eute, he 

employs many people; er bient mir 
*um <SPa6 ^ 1 keep him for the 

laugh; biet bient au beiner ^ßevtpcu 

fetgung, this makes for your de» 
fence; bie ©peife bient mir mrf)t, 
this food is not wholesorne to 
me ; WOJU bient bif$ aÜee"? what 
i> all this for? laffen @ie flcfr bic# 
nen , with your leave , let me ad- 

rise — teil you; biefef biene 4ur 



fcie 



SCntltort, this mav serve in return ; 
trenn yfyntn bamtt gebient ijr, if 

this bc of any Service to you ; mit 

€eremonien tft mir nid;t6 gebient, 
I do not love ceremonies. 
©iener 7 m. servant; be^ &taatt, 
ber Äirc^e, minister; tcb bin 3^r 

©iener, I am your servant. 
© i e n e r i n , /. servant. 
©ienerfdjaft,/. household, house- 

hold servauts ; domestics , atten- 

dants. 

©ientid), bienfam, adj. conve- 

nichit, serviceabJe, proper, fit, use- 
ful, expedrent, wholesome; einein 
bienlicf) fe»n , to serve oue's turn : 

— adv. conveniently, properly, ex« 
pediendy. 

©ienltrf)feit) ©tenfamfeit, /. 

serviceablcness, conveuience, use. 

©tenjl, m. Service; t^un , to do 
Service; außer ©tenfr fei;n , tobe 
out of service; einen anbern ©ienfl 
betummm, to get another service; 
in ben ©ienfl gefcert, to go to ser- 
vice; geotynbienft, servfce to the 
lord of the fee; WO* flel>t JU 3^* 
ren ©ienfren? what is at your Ser- 
vice? ©Otte$, service of God; ber 
@6gen, %i(ber, idolatry; SÜrnt, 

@teüe, charge, place, office, em- 

ployment; ben ©tenfr terrieftten, to 

officiate, discharge the office ; er 

fueftt einen ©ienf^ he looks out for 
«place; nebmen, im ©olbatenflanbe, 
to enlist; ©ienfl ertveifen, to do — 
render — show service. 

©ienfiag, © in frag, m. tuesday. 

© i e n ft b a r , ädj. obliged 10 serve, 
subjeet, liable, tributary; b ienfl» 
bare (Set (ler, administering spirits. 

©ienflbarf cit, /. serritude ," bon- 

dage. 
©ienflbef (i«f fen, adj. attached to 

one's service. o/Hcious , service- 

able; %$x btenftbefliffener ©iener, 

.your addicted servant. 

©ienfrbeflif fen^eit, /. officious- 

ness , serviceablenest » addicted- 
ness. 
© i e n fl b 1 1 , m. U« /. serving man, 
serving woman, domestic, servant: 

— pl. domestics. 

©ienfleifet, m. officiousness, zeal. 

©ienfrenttaffung, /. dismission 

from service* 

©ienflerbietung, /. proffer of 

seTvice. 
©tenflergeben, adj. addicted : — 
adv. addict<edly. 

©ie nfler geben^et t, /. attachment 

to service. t 
©ienflfct^t^, adj* fit for service. 
©ienfl fertig, adj. officious , ser- 

riceabl«; — adv. oificioualy. 



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,1, B.((. rjliilirifl.l fat 

:nt>t, mJj. liiblc it. 

..ttStf, /- ««r»ing wn- 
in«! , t>ond- 

itnftrrimant-trr, m. »erving 
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TilMItttll, n .'— Uicttflicr, lorer. 

rui, ™. diu. 

Sit!*, /. !•«*•*. m.sU. 

^titiilr. n». -- *fPiTt.w*tnt ( (J 

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SD a r r e i cfc e n, v. r. a. to reach forth, 
to present with, tencjer, profFer, 
provide, mpply with. 

JDarretcbung, /. r rachin g forth, 

preseming with , offering. 
S) ü r r c n, v. r-a. to kilndry, to 4*y; 

Tupfer, to melt. 
JDarrfieber/ n. hectic fever. 
JDarrgraS, n. mcadow soft grass, 

wooly holcus. 
©arrfcauS, n. kilnhouse, 
S) arrofen, m. kiln. 
fDarrfud}t, /. consumption, phthi- 

sie, pnthisis. 
{Darr fudjttg, *<*/. phthisical? — 

oJz'. phthisically. 
© Ö r f e £ C 11/ v. r. a. to put in, down, 

before ; wagen,' to ventnre, hazard. 
!D a r fi e C l e n , r. r. a. to set forth, 

reprrsent , exhibit. 
fDarfreller, m. representative , ex- 

hibiter, perforraer. 
£) a r ft e U U n 3/ /. representatiort, ex- 

hibition. 
©arflvecfen, v. r. a. to reach forth, 

Stretch forth, exteud. 
Qarftrecfung, /. reaching forth, 

stretching forth , extending. 
<3&avtt)\in , v.r. a. eigentl«, to place 

before, to repretent ; flg., to pfove, 

evince, show , demonscrate, 
(Darüben, f. brüben. 
(Darüber, adv. over it;< beyond 

that(it); upon that , conqerning 

that, of that; on aecount of (hat; 

for that reason , on that aecount ; 

in the rnean time (wbile), above, 

upwards, more; \)\et tfl bte 2Bun» 

be, barüber lege ein tyHafttv, here 

is the sore , thereon put a plaster, 
hereover lay a plaster; ftg. barüber 
tft er Toeg, tüat does not touch him ; 
darüber gefyt md)ti, there is notliiug 
above it; barüber fyabe id) mtd) no<$ 

tlidjt beHagt, thereof I have not yet 

complained; tu braebteft betne #eit 
mit plagen ju t barüber ijr nun ber 
fjrü^ting »ergangen, you spent your 

tinie ir| complaints, whei eon spring 

is passed ; man bat eine <&rücfe bar« 

Über gebauer, they have biplt a bridge 

over it ; man mu§ ei oarüber fcfjrei* 

■ fcen , one must write it over it; er 

fie§ an einen £tcin, unb fiel barü* 
er, he stumbled ar a stone and 
feil over it; id> ivill midD barüber 
warben, I shall go about it; ei gebt 
fei ibm alle? bqrübcr unb baruritcr, 

he turns the house out of the 
window«' titpsy lurvv; m<U$e nur 

ntibt gar $u lange barüber, dwell 

not too lonfi^ thereon: finb meine 

. C^rünbe fo fcfjfecbt, \WB \d) barüber 

3&re£ccbacbtung rerlicren füllte? are 

my argumenta so bad to inake nie 
lose your esteem? ber Serfaffer 
**<**& r«vMtt# U*e «Wtl*gr di € 4 d«r- 



ing it; fecf)$ 2Bocf)en unb barüber, 

six weeks and more; ei tfc frfiort 

ein Viertel barüber, it is already a 

qu*ner after, pasi ; tft ba* ber 8lu§/ 

toorüber id) fcbrpimnien folU is that 
the river, where I am to swim 
. over ? 
(Darum« adt>. around that ( i t ) ; 
abont that (it); concerning that; 
for tluit; on that aecount, for that 
reason, on this aecount; there fo- 
re ; for what reason, why; bar um 

gct)e t(f) feinen ijellcr, therefore I 

five no farthingr; tiefet Ijabe \(fy 
arum gefagt, oamtt bu tpiffen 

mpgtefl , this I have said , tbat 
you rnightknow; tefy tl)ue C& bar* 

um, tretl ei mir gefallt; I do it, 
because J like it; er t?at für em 
2Darum tetyn Partim bei ber $anb, 

for one wby he iias ten becauses 

at band ; unb banb f inen rotten Ja* 

ben barum, and tied a red thread 

about it; ityv t)abt titelt Urfacbe, 
eud) barum au befümmern, you have 
no reason to be concerned for it; 
er tveifj barum, he is privy to it» 
ha is in thesecret; (le Wußten ntdjtl 
barum/ they did not know any 

tbing about it; set)n taufenb £l>alef 
Rollte id) barum geben) ten tbou- 

sand dollars I would give for it; 

id) bin barum gefommen, I have 
lost it; man l)at mid), barum ge» 

bracht, they have deprived rne of 
it; el fe» barum/ may be, be it 

so*; id) tbat ei eben barum, j did it 

on that aecount; i$ tobe flc barum, 
I commend her for that. 

!Darunten, adv. f. brunten. 

darunter, adv. thereunder, under 
tbat, under it, below^ that, in that 
tbing ( matter ) ; among it; barun» 

ter mu§ \>a$ Seucr gemaebt »erben/ 

thereunder the. Are must be kind- 

led ; barunter ^at er ftcb verborgen, 

tliereunder he bis tiid bimselt; 

barunter leibet feine Eigenliebe, tbe- 

rebv sufFers bis selflove; ei f cfret 

fe«b^ ^balcr, barunter fann i$ ei 
ntd^t geben, it costs six dollars, for 
less 1 caunot give it; barunter ifi 
tiei büi befle, thereof this is the 
best ; barunter fefye id) meinen Jreunb 

ni(bt, r herein l do not see my friend ; 

bieg tft tag befle barunter , this is 

the best among them , of them ; ei 

tfr fein Unterfdjieb barunter , there 

is no difFerence among them; bte 

Silicaten pnb gut, nur einet b«r» 
unter ifr ju leiett, the ducats are 
good. but one of them is too Hght. 

5) q r io h (\ e n , v. i. a. to weich to. 

S) a r io e i f e n / v i, a. to exhibit, 
show forth. 

X) a r 5 ä l) l e n , r. r. <i. to f*y dowa, 
to CQunt down. 



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t« 11 in cii, 

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(gilt Itinil ov 

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to carry off, away; flg. erlangen, 
betommen, to get, «arn. 
©üöor, adv. beforo it, from »t , of 
it. ac it. fnttli«. for it; fcOBOr 

behüte uii* ©Ott. Godforbid; oa< 
»or fürdite id) midj nidjt, I «m not 
afraid of it; eS ft«ft (in «fMfl ba. 
»«, «bar .tickl to it; tu fieb([ JB 
baror, von sisnd betör« iti birr 

ifi eint 2$ür, freiiebidj baoor, h«re 

is a door , Hand apainsi ii ; t)UT ift 

«ineOrube, &Ü« bi* bai*or, there 
iä a hole, tako heed of it i irfi tann 
niAt« barer. I catmotlielp it, 't it 
not mv fault, 
©nmitfr, adV, »gaimt it; bafur 
unb bawiber, pro and con; id) DOtC 
tiirttg Caroiber, I havo no obje< 
tion; idjioeifinirttscaiptber, lfcuoi 

notliing to the cöntrarv, 
SSajU, «</«. thereto, to it; fortb. 
(it); for thai pwpoie ( end); i 
th.i(it); in aJditfon to that (it); 
besiilrj; baiu fommt, there ta com- 
■»; id) bafce bir lai ©elb nicht ba|U 
atgthen, bafi bu tt oertbun follfl, I 
i»ve not given you tue, miliioy 
thuyou »hould »quander it; bat 
«elb ift rerfibjoffen , ifl) tonn mcbt 
boju, the caib ia lockad iip. I can- 
not com« at it, by ii ; Uftetbüfte 
t)erfonen, unbii>tl*eno4 bajuptöl}- 
lidj empor gefoniinen finb , —"---■■ 



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S(««r, m. =3«bnaabl, B eb»«t&<r, 

dicker; ein Sedjer gelle, * dicker 

>f lüde«. 
-De* fei,/, f. Seidjfel. 
Stctmal, adj. = jebntbeilig,. d«- 

cimal; Deciroat « ®ru*, decimel 

fraction. 
^Decf, «. f. »erbed*. 
Jerfbette, n. coverlet, eoverbng, 

upprrbed. 



£>etf e, /. cover, 
*Bett, coverlet 
(ieaen , 



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tipstarr »; fina« UtlS ( 
Wollen Bo|U fpielen, give in » aong 
we will plav to it; baju tfeun , n> 
add; er gebort mit baju , he ha» » 
Land in it , he i» a abarer in the 
business; er fpridjt oucö Cflju, '>■ 
pntiiu hii vrord; mai ineinen "sie 
laju ? wlut is vour opinion of the 
matter? ilbrrbträ, besidea. more- 
ovar; meine <3d)n>efter baju, and 



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IDajUfflol, adi. — . 

Jilllial ia , especially. 
iDa.jmifrfj e«, «rfn. between, among; 

(eile e* bajicif-ten, p«t i« thore 
etween; rebe mir nitbt ba.jwif*ci:. 
do not Interrupt me ; beine unjc 
ti9eS>ajloif(beniUnft, youruntimely 
nopninc in , votir «ntimely breih- 
Lg in upon iil ; bfljwifdjrn fdj(«= 
iiitcrpose one'» aiithority. 
ti. dcbt, debtor'i aide. 

n! = anfanfl, Antritt, Auf' 

reo, v. r. n. = onfangm, 



über bat 
unter "einer Serf« 

..-..., -Jre rogrtlier; fidj 

na* ber ^erfe (treffen, to cut the 
eoat according to the cloth; unter 
bem ffufi, n<at; eine« gimmerl, ceil- 
ine; lig. ua« tieSenntnife einer t*a- 
dje ter^inbett, cnruim uoriiehen, 
to dr.iw tbe cnrtain. 
Eerfel, m. coyer, lid. 
•Decfelata«, n. a gl*» with ■ bd. 
Serfeltanne, /. tankard. 
■lerfelfieb, *■ si-re with » double 
bottom, whereol th* undermOK 
i. of laubor. t .,.„ 

Berfen, v. r. a. to cotot; ben Xildj, 
to cover tbe table, to lay the cloth: 
«inen Mangel , to make up a dofi- 
ciency; er ift bin lang hd) gtoeat, h« 
hat nifEcUnt »ecnrity; für ben ifl 
qetttft, he ia e»y for life; 'Jüaaren 
betfen, to home B ood»s gebetft« 
SSJcin, fnllbodied wine. 
3erfenflürf, n. ceilingpiece. 
Werfet, m. Corot«. 
J)t(fb aminer, m. naildrawtr. 
Oerftorb, m. voider. 

SeoH«t> ii «//•■-(■- S « rft( : , ^ 

SedtnantCtVm. covemhame, cloak, 

preience, voil, niask. 
©erfineffer, n. bill. hedging bill. 
Betfplante, /. deckplank. 
Detfrobr, n. thatch. 
©e<ffrt)»ab6er, n. mein Kaysul. 
Serfun g, /. corerinp. 
SerflPPrpe, /. decktran»om. 
iDeclination, /. = Umenbung, 

r, n. = umenben, 

n. = tvibmen , to 

— ableiten, 



gen, t 

Bebet, 



Secan 



. deanry 



deamlüp. 



/. dea 

Cecanu«, m. dea_. 
Secember, m. December. 
CDecfjanci, /. deanry, deantbip. 
S (djan t, m. dcan. 



Bebiciren, i 



weifen, to deduce. 
,/. = erörtetung, (Kr- 



Bebutitei 

erörtern , t 
Debuctio 

■rei«, dodi 

©efeet, »ii;. = mongeujaft, de- 

3>efect,'m. =: Waang, £üo?*, Wan- 
ge!, delieiency, defect. 
Sefenfip, adj. = »eföaft, de- 
Feailva. 

= Sbgang, deficiency. 
v. t. n. = einb,tr)itben, 
iteben, to march by 



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»eiffei,/. »a»«. 

Setffeln, v. a. r. to dub. 

SD Hfl, m. = *?<>ftbefenner, ©ottstau« 

biji (ebne Offenbarung) , daist. 
Sciftlf.). «£ d*fMl«l. 
Sefaoe, y. = a6fJjnitt »on »eljn «&u* 

cfiern , detail. 
Sei Srebere, ». Warrant«; bei 

Srebere ftel>«n, fbr gabtfäbigteit ein. 

flehen, lo stand »urety. 

5) c l i c a t, oJj = ja«, nieUirtl/ )<tpn i 
frtimarfljoft , (etfcr, delL-ate, deli- 
ci 011» , iiice : — - adv. delici ously, 



■Den 



«Delicateffe, /. = C«f(^oftioreit ; 
geinbett, Sattheit., geinftnn, Sdjo- 
nurg , delicacy . nicety. dainty. 

Sflihguent, m. = S0ti (letzter* 
g?«rbredjer, deiinanent, 

Selpftin, m. doluhin. 

Selpfeinat, h. Danphiny. 

©cm, dat. t. ber U. tat, to the; 
idj gab e3 ixm alten jperrn , I gar« 
it 10 the o!d geiitleroan; bem fei 
mit ihm »volle r oiit as it will; et 
ift nun an Sein mit un( 



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SJoiWiibrer, de- 
... . r op"lar leauer. 
:, m, f. Siotnant. 
t f p a 1 1) , m. adamantine 



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e m a t , n. 

Udiiram, f. rammen. 
© 1 111 111 e r n , Semmel 

f. tiiuiiiern u. f. f.. 
£> e 111 11 a n) ( *oiy. aifo, baber, there 

fore , accordinply, of courie; nad); 



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i feile, /. maiden U.ly, n.iss 
emofiren, t>. r. a. = abbreeben 
nieberreifen , fdjfeifen, to demoliaii 
empnflriren, r. r. «.5= irwei 
fen, barthun, 10 deraoiiati aro.. 
(Hill I i) , /. Immility, himiblene»; 



DeiHÜtbtg, edj. lmmble , »ubmis- 
livai — adv. niimbly , auhmiwi' 

dVÄii 



v. r. a. to lmmble; 
base ; ben Jeiilb , to 
emy ; fiel), to humble 

Semütbigfeit, /. buinblmfu ; f. 

Scinu«. 
Seinütbigung, /. hnmiliarion , 

(ubniiition, «bisemeni, raottifica- 

*D e n ,' accus. si- s . M 9rtife(f b e r, 
the; teil 9Binb fitbjt bu nidjt,, von 
tlo not lee tlie -wind; fdjaii in teil 
Jjiatmel, Inok »)> to heayen; ben. 
jenigen, biefen, jenen, tkat, tbis; 
lvelä)eii, whom , wliicli . tl>at. 

Sen, dativ. plur. be* attife« ber, 
to üie ; CT fdji Jt ti b«tl @a) «eftivu, 



he lendi it to the aiston ; ben 

gveunben mu6 man alle* cerjeiben, 

, iny tliing may be forgiveu to onn'i 

Senat, m. daniei, 

Denen, dat. plur. pron. ber, to 

thfjB; Htelrficn, whom , to wlxom ; 
jenen, to tLosu, to such. 
Seng ein, v. 1. a. to wiiet « utbe, 

Ol sirkle bv lommenng. 

Senfart, /. f. Senfungefart. 
Senf bar, aäj. cogiuble; imagi- 

nable : — adv. imaginably. 

Senf bild), n. townbooki Zaftbttf 
Bucfe, niemonndumbook , memo- 
ria! , jounial, 

Senten, v. i.a. U/art.pati. gebadjt, 
iinn. badjt«), to tk-hk. iw)-in medi- 

tation; lomit benfenSie? what do 
you tliin> of? wo* benfen «Sie? 
what do you tliiuk? @ie ftmnen 
leidjt beil'fn, bafi , you may easily 
imagiue. [hat; id> ban)t( eben nad) 
Jjldufe, J jn«t themght, of my f»- 
niily; benffll Sie! imagine i id> 

babe webt geöadji, bafi e* fo fem« 
■ aien tviitbe, I thoiiglit it would 
come *o ; tvenn inj au allcS tat ge« 
bad)t bätte, lf I kad minded all 
thole circumsta.ice»; ben t OH lllirfj! 
remember mt! b>tn unb bec benfen, 
to rei-ol vc in one'i mind ; Cr benft 
auf feine Rebe, ko 11 meditating 
his sppcch ; wenn idj mir bente, 
icaf erfolgen fann, whwiever 1 fan- 
cy wb.t m*y be ilie- »ctiiit; wat 
benfen @te öd) baba? wkat noiion 
luve von of it ? et benft megjublei« 
ben , he Iisb a mind to mv »way ; 
ein bentenber Jtopf, thinking man; 
ftn benfenbe« Söefen - , a rational 
" benfetibe Xraft, intallec- 



Se"nfe J 
Senfe 



, n. thinking, cogitMion. 
. m. (Linker j bje Senfer, 
jKing onel, tliose who ro- 



Senfmal, -t. monume _ 

.um Senfmal ber Sreunbfd)aft, »n 

Temembtatico of fricnJaliip ; Stuf' 

male fcetrenr tib , momimental, 
Seiifmünj?, /. med»L 
Sentriemen, m. piiylactery. 

Senf faule, /. monumental itatue, 

Senf fcbrii't, /. meinem*!; inicrip- 
tion; meiiiuirj alte, recoiiU, 

Senffprud), in. mono, devite, 
ivmbol ' 

S e n t f! e i n , m- monumental »tone, 

Seulftütf, r. memoiiaL 
Senfung»arti /- mind, way of 
Lbiuknig. 



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Xttrb, bttbt, adj. compact, ton- 
tinut.ua, firm, der.se. cfo.a, hard, 
• tont, »nbatantia! ; rnde, coarse, 
vehement; lound; figiirt. gediegen, 
dose, nn-if, massive, »olid; je« 
tnanben Serbe au 6 prügeln, to bot 
one aouudly; munter, gefunb, rafrf), 
liuty, süii.id, • tollt, «tr mg; Derbe 
©efunbbei t , mde liealih ; berbe 
fdjreiben, t.i write in «trong terms: 
— ailv. conipacLly etc. , loundly 

5)crb(jeit, _/". compact nets , firm- 
neu, i.'üdiiy. 
IDeretnft, adv. «infi, oqe», onc« 

a day , in the futurn , in time to 

©creinftig, o,//. futura, tlut shall 

Seeent&alben, berentroegen, 

berenttotllen, f. ber. 
SergefUlt, o</i>. in tliat rotnner, 

•o mitcb , so für. so. tbnii berge« 

ftatt fmü auifj Bis übrigen Dinge, 



p( the 



kind 






e Umftänbe finb bergeftalt 6bfe, 

high a degree; 'bu fßllfr e* tjaberi, 
to* bcrgeffalt, ba£ — , you »hall 

De vgl eilten, be^glcidjen, adv. 
of the aam« kind. the like; tt ift 
«in gjtonn , teSglcicben rtitfat webr 
, «orbanben ift , >i i» « man, you 
•halt not lock upon hi* like again; 
cergleitfien ©adjeil, auch tUingt; 
bergteidten gruben Wann a(< tiefer 
ift, auch a ruitic aa thia man. 

©erbalben, be verba 1b eti , b a- 
ber, ,ionj-. therefore; f. besba(6. 

derjenige, b \€\ e ui g e , & a t j t> 
ntge, pron. demonstr. berjenige, 
welfber, iie ihat; berjenige OTenfrt, 
von roelrfaent td) bir fugte, the per 
ton, wliiim I told you of; biejc 
nige Eugenb ift qrofi, leelrhe au* 
in KÜberwäetigtetten bie (probe ba(t, 

proof «von in idvertitiea ; bU BUlfit 
einer von benjenigen feu«, welcbe, 

von mu« be one of thoie tliat ; 

Diejenigen feiner ollen gclbatert, 

thoie of hii old aoldierl. 
Derlei, adv. f. bergleidjen. 
Deriualeinft, adv. f. Bereinft. 
Dermalen, adv. biefitttal, je^t, «t 

preient, hott, aclually, thia time. 
D e mm I i g , adj. actual . proaenr. 
Dermalen, adv. in auch a minucr, 

to auch ■ degree i av.i ber jffia&en, 

extremely, otirsoi Jinarily. 

D er 0, gen. ontiiju. relat. your, jouii. 

Derobalben, f. berbatben. 

Derorregen, f- beJreegen. 

©erfelbe, bicfelbe, ba«fe(be, 
pron. .lemonttr. relat. tlie tarne; ti 
ift eben betreibe ffllann, Ben wir gt. 



2 SD« 

flern faben, it ia th« aame perioo 
vre aaw veaterday ; eben berfelbe, 
pari} bertetbe, the very ume; tat 
ift ein fajoneS haut, »er ift ber <8e> 
(Hjev berifeften ? tlua ia a fine houae, 
wlio ia the posacior of it'f 

3)ern)egen, f. befroegen. 

Süenseife, berneilen, adv. in the 
raean, mMnum», (nieanwhile). 

Serretfdj, m. = türrifdjet «SetteU 
inonrij , derrtae. 

üe*, gen. sin*, art. of tlie. 

ffleferteur, m. = SufreigeT, rnri- 



. r. n. = auireifien, 
. belegen, wegen 



v . deaertei 
Defertiren, 

SeVfoltT'^i 

biefei goHe*, c 

tbat aak«, therefors; beifallä finb 
mir boa) gute Jreunbe, nevenbeleaa 

ive are good friendi. 

2>e*g[ei"rtjen, adj. befFen gleiffterr, 
f. bergtetÄen : — con;. imgleiitjen, 
roie nu<6 : (o raobl er, all |ie, be(« 
gleiten fern 9)ater, tote audj feine 
erbwefter, lie aa well ag ihe , ai 
aho hl* fatber and hia «iater. 

Ue^&uie, bc*b,olben, adv. be«. 
Utegen, therefore f on tbat aceOant, 
für Ihat res. on. for tbat iako : — 

Scfpot, m. ^ ©maltberr, ©ewall' 

berrftfier, despoi. 
Sefpottf*, adj. — getcaltberriftf), 

aeroalttbattg, ununtftbränlt, deapo- 

tic, amitrary, abaolute; — adv. 

deapotically, abioluiely; befpotifd) 

berrfdieii, to bear an abaolute away. 
3)efpoti«mu<, m. — ©eiealtberr. 

frbaft, 3n>angbertfd)aft, detpotiam. 
S)efi, gen. sing. pron. b«r,whoie, 

of wliom ; beg Kubier td) (in, 

-vrhote judge I am. 
Xieffein, n. = aKufter, deaign. 
®effenlb,afben, beffentme^eo, 

beffentiDiliert, f. ber. 
©effert, n. = %ad>tif<b, deiert. 



fruit 



meffer, 



, deaertkniie. 



Jeff. 

5>efft -,--., 

Sei'tillateur, m. = aboampfer, 
SScjitber, SOafierbrenner , diititler. 

t e ft i 1 1 a t i o n , j. = abjiebung, di- 



DefetUii 



til, i 



ilt. 



. a. = abliefen, 



©cjt illt rqefifi, n. »tili , ilembic. 

SeftiUirfstben, m. = ©ampf. 
falben, itillboad. 

£)efto, adv. ilie; je mebr befto bei- 
fer , the moie the better ; befto 
jartlidier, tbe raore tender. 

S e £ iv e g e n , u ,/«. um biefer Urfartje 
ivegcn, for tbat reaion, for th« 
»ake, on ihat Iccounft — . cortj. 

iöeiwiften, adv. f. bat jBprig«. 



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?i*r(r, m. poei, tinnpuiiir. 

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tt&ttra lu:, }. «ifaiuiiiiti, »mii- 

^nüietgciK*, /. 



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prrn, tu. rl ticr Di- 

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mauijonrii ; — oJb. itiicklv. bigl f. 
£' etft « U lt , in. litte p«nndi, giT- 

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© t dP b t ttt / m. great gjur. 
Sitfe,/ thickness; bigness. 
£) l cf t) a l f i g , n J/. thickneckcd. 
©itfljautig, ad/, thickcoated, cal- 

I0118. 
*(D i cf i dj t , n. thich, thicket, coverr, 
©tcffopf/ m. thickskin, nura skull, 

cliub. jolrhead. 
© i (f f 6 p f i g ; adj. thicksculled, chub- 

bed, rhubby. 
CDtcfCeibig, ad)', corpulent , big- 

bellica, 
©itfltcf), ad/, somewhat tliick. 
S i <f ( i P P t g , «df/. blubberlipped. 
CDicffcbatig, ad), thickcoated, thick- 

ftli^lled. 

2)icfung, /.f. (Dicfic^t 

£) i c 1 1 r e n, 2». r. «. s= aum 9lac$ förei* 

bcn torfagen, to dictite. 
£>te, f. ber. 

©ieb, m. tbief, robber; l)aft ben 

JDieb! stop the thief! ein geteerter 

£ieb, a plagiary. 

fieberet, j. theft, thievery, thie- 
visluicss; gefeierte, plagiarism. 

!Dieb in, /. thief. 

ID t e 6 t f <f) , adj. thievish : — adv. 
thievishly. 

Stebtfbanbe/ /. gang of thievea. 

£) i e b £ b a u m , m. thief 's thumb. 

S)ieb$be(fel/ m. nabcheat. 

SDiebSfänger, m. thief catch er. 

©teb$geno§, 2)te6 SgefeK, m. 

a thiei's aecomplice. 
T)ieb$Qlu<$ , n. trick of f ortune, 
' wi neun 11. 

3)teb€gut, n. stoleii goods. 
JD tebä (atern t, /. dark lanthorn. 
2) ieb ^pfeife, £ dogwhistle. 

JDiebtfrotte, /7 gang of thieves. 
S)ieb$fd)lüff*l/ m. picklock. 
S>iebfUf>(/ m. t lieft; begeben / to 

commit; mit ©e»a(t, robbery ; 

{(einer, larceny. 
ÜD i C l e, f. deal , board , thin plank. 

CD t e t f r f. floor, groundfloor ; porch, 

vestible. 
3)te(en, v. r. a. to board, floor, 

plank. 

® ieTen jttngfer, /. barmaid. 

£) i e n e n , v. r. n. to serve ; ef bient 

31t nid)t$, it serves no end, it is 

§ood for nothing; ba$ fann tt>enig 
ienen, that is of little use; biet 
bient jur ©acbe, this is to the pur- 
pose ; ifym bienen viele Seute, he 
employs many people; er biertt mir 
jüm <SPa§ / I keep him for the 

laugh; biei bient ju betner Sert^ei* 

bigung, this makes for your de* 
fence; bte ©peife btent mir ntrfjt, 

this food is not whoiesorne to 
rne ; IDOJU btent bif$ alletf? what 

is all this for? (äffen @ie flefr bie* 

nen , with your leave , let me ad- 

rise — teil you; tiefet biene 4ur 



Slntttort, this may serve in return ; 
rcenn 3^en bamit gebient tfT , if 

this bc of any service to you; mit 

Ccrimchten tfr mir nirf;t$ gebient, 
I do not love ceremonies. 
Diener, m. servant; be$ ©taat$, 
ber Ätrf^C, minister; irfj bin 3(?f 
Dienet, I am your servant. 

Dienerin,/, servant. 
Dtenerfdjaft, /. household, house- 

hold servauts ; domestics , atten- 

dants. 
S)ten(id), bienfam, adj. conve- 

niohit, serviceable, proper, fit, use- 
ful, expedient, wliolesome; einem 
bienlid) feun, to serve one's turn: 

— adv. conveniently, properly, ex- 
pedienfly. 

Sienlicbfeit) (Dtenfamfett, /. 

serviceablcness, conveuieuce. use. 
Sienft, m. service; tfcun , to do 
service; außer Dienfr fe»n, tobe 
out of service; einen anbern Dienfl 
betommrn, to get another service; 

in ten Dtenfr ge^ert, to go to ser- 
vice; Sro^nbienfr , service to the 
lord oi the fee; tvai fte\)t JU 3^' 
ren Dienftert? what is at your ser- 
vice? (&Qttei, Service of God ; ber 
@6$en, %t(ber, idolatry; $Lmt, 
Stelle/ charge, place, office, em- 

ployment; ben Dtenfr terrt<ftten, to 

ofheiate , discharge the office; er 

fu*t einen SMenfT, he looks out 'for 
a place; nehmen, im ©0 (baten fcanbe ; 
to enlist; 5)ienfl er»eifen, to do — 

render — show Service. 
Dtenflag, Dinfrag, m. tuesday. 

S)ienflbar, adj. obliged 10 serve, 
subjeet, liable, tributary; btenfl« 
bare @cifler, administering tpirits. 

(Dienflbarf eit/ /. servitudt , bon- 

dage. 
DtcnflBef (i^fen, adj. attached f 
one's service ? o/Ecious , service- 

able; fyv btenftbefliffenet (Diener, 

.your addicted servant. 

DicnflbefUffenfcett, /. officiout- 

ness » serviceablcness , addicted- 
ness. 
5) i e n ft 6 t e , m. U« /. serving man, 
serving woman, domestic, setvant: 

— pl. domestics« 

Qtenfieifer, m. officiousness, «eal. 

Dienfrenttaffung, /. dismitsion 

from service- 

Sienflerbietung/ /. proffer of 

service. 

üDtenftergebeti, adj. addicted : — 

adv. addicüedly. 

Dtenfterge6en^ett//. attachment 

to service. t 
D i e n (1 f a ^ t£ , adj* fit for service. 
(D tenfl fertig/ adj. officious, ser* 

viceabU : — adv. officioutiy. 



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©toptrif, /. = Sid)tbre<$ung«e$re, 

dioptrics. y 

© i p 1 m, n. =z Urfunbe ; SeftaHungf » 
brief, Srctyeitä&rtef; diploma, let- 

ter patent. 

© i p 1 m a t i f d) , adj. = urfunblid) ; 
gefanbtfrfjaftlid!} , .diplomatic. 

©tptam, m. = 2ffd)tt>ura, dittany; 

Weißer, fraxinella, white dittany; 

frctifcfjcr , dittany of Candia. 
©tr, rißt. pro«, bu, to thee. 
© i r c c 1 r, m. = SBorfte&er, director; 

einer ©c^oubü^ne, managen 
©irectorium, n. = t'enfung, fiei* 



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tung, öberauff!(yt, directory. 
©irectrice,/. = Sorflefyertn, 

nageress. 

©irigiren, t\ r. a. = lenfen, (ei* 
teil/ to direct, manage, rttle. 

©trt, w. = Sau am oberjten Qnbe 
ber 33efanrutbe / peeklialiard of the 
mizm; einet Qaffelfegel* , peekha- 
liard of a gaff. 

© t r 11 C, f. maid, maiden, girl, weneb; 
fcerärfjtlid) , bussy. 

©irnenbauä, «. brothol. 

tbiic.ant, m. = Oberfrimrae, treble. 

© t f C a n t f a 1 1 e / /. treblestring. 

©Ucant fanger, ©tfcanttfc, 

m. treblesinger. 

©tfcontiren, v. r. n. = abate&en, 

to discounf. 

©ifconto, m. == 3in$abiug, dis- 
count. 
©ifeurtren, v. r. n. = ßd) unter« 

fj alten , to discourse , to converse. 

©tfeur*, m. = Unterhaltung, ©e» 

jpracfy, discourse» conversation. 

© i f p n t r e n , v. r. a. u. n. = per« 
fügen, to dispose; über, of. 

©tfputtren, v. r. n. = ftreiten, 
©treitübung anpeilen, to dispute, 

debate , discuss. 

©tfp uttrgefellfc^aft, /. debat- 

* ine; society. 

© i f p u 1 1 r f ü d) 1 1 g, «<*/. = frrettfüd)* 

ttä i disputative , argumentative. 

©tffibent, m. = tyroteftont in <Po» 

len , dissident. 

©iftel, /• thistle; ©iftefn tauen, to 

cnamp thistles. 
©ifrelfinf, m. greenfinch, siskin, 
goldfinch, tbistlefinch. 

©tfleCfopf, m. knob (knot) of a 

tbistle. 
© ! fl e l r b e n, m. order of the thistle. 
©ifttd)on, n. = SBerSpaar, distich. 
©tfHMtren, f. beftilliren. 
©iftrict, m. = 3$e ö irf, 9erei<$,- 

district, cireuit , extent. 

©ttbprambe, /. = begeiflerter 

35accDU6fang, dithyramb. 
©itbwrambifcf), aefj. dithyrambic. 

©it?an, m. = ßtaartratp ; ©ainrn» 
lung von ©$afelen (perfif$e ®i$t 

art), divan. 



©066er, m. buoy. 

© Ö 6 e l , m. peg , plug , pin ; tare, 

darnel» cockleweed; poflard, gud- 

geon. 

© 6 6 e l n, v. fl. r. to join (the bottom. 
pieces of a tub) with pegs (pins). 

©06 er ig, adj, sultry, sweltry. 

©0<b, conj. bennod), yet, howeveT, 
nevertheless» but; notwithstand- 
ing; pray;indeed; surely; atleast; 

ungeachtet er mid) fa&, fo rebete er 
mid) ^ou) nid)t an, though he saw 
me , yet he aid not speak to mo ; 

aOcr: er fyatu perfprod)en $ii fom* 
men, boc^ tarn er md)t, he had pro- 

mised to come , but he came not ; 
ja led) ! yes , to be sure ! W\€ ^ie§ 
er bodj, pray, what was his nime? 
t(0 mochte bod) unffen, l am desirout 
(cager) to know; U tfl bod) IX) 0^1 
nid)t^ %6fe^, f t is nothing ill I 

hope ; wirf mir bod) bat ntd)t Por, 

do not iipraid me with that; 

fonnte er bod) nur lieben 1 o that he 

cotild bin lovel 

© dbt, m. wick'. 

©oefttgam, n. wickyarn. 

©oefe, /. £unb, bulldog; ^uppe, 
baby. doli, puppet; furje eeftge, 
getreue @äule, raii, balustcr, litt!« 
pillar; Sbeil M fyafeni, too©(ptffe 
tn gic^er^ett gebracht »erben, ba- 
sin, dock; fcangent, 8atten^mmer» 
dien, jack; $apU, plug. peg; ©<• 
bunb, Strähne Garn, €5eibe, skein ; 

jtopfpu^, headdress. 

©oefen, v. r. a. auflief ein , to bot- 
tom , to roll together , to wind up 
into a skein ; mit ber ^uppe fpte« 
len, tq play with a baby, doli; 
ein ®<&iff , to dock. 

©ocfenaelanber, r. balustrade. 

©oefenfeibe,/. sleevesilk. 

©octor, m. doctor; ber Geologie, * 
of diviuity; ber Kec^te, in law; 
ber 2lrjnetfunbe , of physick ; %v^t, 

doctor, physician. 

©octorat, it. ©oeeorwürbe,/. 

doctorate, doctorship. 
© c 1 r t n, /. doctor't spouse ; Sr|« 
ttn, doctress. 

.©ocument, n. = Urfunbe, docu- 

' ment, deed; bajU gebortg, docu- 
mentfll. 

©ocumentiren, v. r. a. = 6eur* 

funben, to ascertain, to_prove. 

©ob, m. ^)atbe, godfather, godmo* 
ther. 

©ogboot, n. dutch dogger , dog- 
gerbot r. ^ ■ 

©o$ge, /. bulldog, mastiff. 

© g g e r n , v. a. r. to fish in a dog- 
gerboat. 

© |j l e, f* chough , daw, jaekdaw, 
jay; = $b a ug*graben, drain, ditch» 
sewer, sink. 





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©6rfen,f. bürfem 

iDorfftiir,/. circuit, district, ter- 
ritory of a villagc 

©orfgalgett/ m. gallow of a vil- 
lage. 

©orfjungling/ m. countryläd , 

young clown. 
Sorffunfer, m. countrysquire» 

©orfCieger, m. vi Hager. 
©orfmao<ben, n. countrylass. 
©orfmarf, /. circuit of a villagc. 
©orfmeifler, m. countryjudge, 
©orfpfarre, /. eure, pawonage. 

©orfpfacrer, ©orfpreb iger, 
© r f p r i e fr e r^ m. curate — vicar 
— parson — priest of a viLUge. 

©orfrecftt, n. rights» privileges of 
a village. 

©orfriebter, m. countryjudge. 

©orffebaft, /. village, villagery; 
Oie eintvo^ncr, villagers. 

©or ff eben fc, /. countryinn. 

©orffdjulmei jler, m. schoolinas- 
ter of a village. 

©orffcbuUbeifi, ©orff<$ulfte> 

countryjudge. 



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©orffHer, m. bull of a village. 
©orrt, m. ©tadjef, thorn, prick, 

prickle; in ben (Stbnallen , spike, 

tong , catch ; QRctfiel , prickpunch ; 

©orn im Buge, eyesore. 
© V II a p f C 1 ; m. thornapple. 
©orrtb ufeb, m. thorn , orah«. 
© r n e n f ad)", thorny, briary, spiny» 

prichly.^ 
©ornenfrei, «d/. un thorny» 
©ornenbeef?, /> hedge ofthorns, 

briars etc. 

©ornenfrone, /. cröwu of thorns* 

© r n i d) t , adj. lihe thornf etc. 
©ornig, ad/, thorny, briary, spiny, 

prickly. 
3)ornfct)n>eitt/ n. porciipine. 
©ornfro<f, m. briarstick; mit $a* 

feil/ briarhook. 
©ornßrau$, m. thorn, brake. 
©orotfyea, » om. propr. Dorothy, 

ftufaimnen otogen , Dolly, Doli. 
JDörr, f. buvr. 
©orre, /. f. ©arre. 
© o r r e n , v, r. ?*. to dry. 
©irren, t>. r. a. to dr^; f. barren, 
©brrfuebt,^. consumption ; f. (Darr* 

fuc^t, ©ürrfnebt, 

©Orfa), m. h ad dock. 

©ort//. So(ct)/ £refpe, darnet. 

©ort/ cdr. there , yon, yond, yond* 
er; io) bin l)ier uno er ifl bort/ I 
am here and he is there; bafelbfl, 
there; bort, 190, tliere, where. 

©ort^er, «dv. thence , front that 
place, from yonder; bort t)CV(M$, 
there out; bort herein, there in; 
bortberum, there about; bort l)er* 
auf, there up etc. 

© o r t b t n / adv. thither ; ber eine 



one went hither, the otlier thi- 
ther; bortbinab, there down; bort 
tytnailf/ there up; bort hinauf/ there 
out. 
© 1 1 i g / . nd/. yonder, of that place; 

td) totfl nao) 2>ertin reifen , unb meu 
' ne borttgen Jreunbe befugen, I will 

po to Berlin and see my friends 
there. 
©orttO&rt^/ adv. that way, there- 
about. 

©ofe,/. box; £abaf$bofe, tobaeco- 

box, tnufibnx. 
©ofenberfeC, m. lid of a box. 
©ofenftuef/ n. painting lipon a 

snuffbox, miniature. 
©ofi$, /. = Sfraeneigabe, dose. 
© (l , © (1 C n , m. wild mar joram, 

-wild basil; common lilac. 
©ofrenfrattt/ n. common eupa- 

torium v Lempagrimony , dutch 

agrimony. 

©otter, m. = fcretfpe, damel; = 
6tea)apfe(/ thornapple; ^Ppanje, 
dodder; int <2t/ yolk, yelk of an 
egg. 

© 1 1 e r b ( tt in e , /. butterflo wer , 
marigold, liontooth, dandelion, 
swinesnout. 

©otterbrot/ n. yelksweetmeat. 

©ottergelb, adj. ai yellow as yelk, 
yelkcoloured. 

©otterfrau t,n. ©otterfame, m. 

gold of pleasure. 

©otterporceClane, /. eine 3Ru# 
fcfjeCart / saltspeckled cowry. 

©ottertoetbe, /. yellow willow. 

©racbe, m. dragon; 5pornfd>ranqr, 
horned snake, cerastes ; Sntertdb/ 
drake; %\\Ut , drag; @pie(tterf -fut 

Knaben, kite; ein bofetf Weib, ter* 
magant ; ber ßiegenbe ©rac^e/ bolis, 

fireball. 

©racbenanfer, m. drag. 
© r a * e n b a U m , m. dragontree. 
©racpenbCut, n. dragon's blood. 
©rftcbenftfd), m. seadragon. 

©racbenf lugel , m. wing of & 

dragon. 
©racbenfopf, m. dragon's head. 
©raepenp fUnfte/ /. dragonplant, 

dragontree. 

©rad)enf(^ lange, /. winged dra. 

gon. 
©racfjento urft, /. dragon's wort« 
© r a d) m a, n. =. ad)te Xtyeil einer Un# 

fte; Cuenta)en, drachm. 
©ragant, «. Qummi, gum dragon. 
©ragoner,m. dragoon. 
© r a g n C r f i f cb, m. sordid dragonet. 
©ragtin, tu. <ßßan&e, tarragon. 
©rabt, 7/t.thread; toen SKetatf, v^ire. 
© r 0/0 ta rb ei t, f. filigrane, nJigrtjc. 
©raptbCutne,/. marsh marygold. 
©rabtbürfte, /. wirebrush. 
©rant fade, /. whetrap. 



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Brc(trn6n, m. tnni. 
!Dr<bft(U|, n. uimpika. turntii 
SrrgUa«, J, p«m«t«"'t ">i.ii 

wh*«l. 
JrcbirniJ, m. «pringwiml, UantU 

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iirraitiglteotli, tmaing ubie. Uth 
Er* bl"u*t, /. iMggtt*. 
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ti fmti u)rn bctij ika 
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£) r ei 6 tatterig , adj. trifoiiate; 

fcon Blumen, trijpetalous. 
©reifcof>rig, adj. three times borcd. 
©reifcunb, m. triple alliance. 
©retbetfer, m. tlireedecker. 
©reiboppelt, «<(;. tripiicate, triple. 
©retbra^t, m. stuff of three 

threads , strong linen, ticking. 
©reibrä^tig, öd)*, of tlirec threads, 

triplethrcaded. 
© r e i € tf / ;i. triangle , trigon. 
©reiedrig, a<£/. triangulär, three- 

cornered. 
(Dreieinig/ adj. triune. 
©rejeintgtest, /. trinity. 

(D r e t e V / m. halfpenny. 
©reierlei, ad), of three different 

sorts , meant. 
© r € t f a d) , adj. threcfold , treble ; 

bretfact» tergoloet, treble eilt. 

^Dreifältig/ adj. threcfold, trinal. 

©reifaltigf eit, /. trinity, trinal 

tinity. 

© reifaltigfeitS&luwie^.heart's 

ease, nahsy. 

©reifdltigfeitfglo cf c$en, n. 

marshviolet. 
©reif im er, m. wine three years 

old. 
©reifufi, m. tripod, tripos, trevet. 
© r e t f Ü § i g, adj. threefooted, tripe- 

dal. 
©rei^unber't, adj. three hundred. 
©reitjunbertfte, adj. three hun- 
dred th. 
©reijä^rtg, adj. triennial, three 

years old. 
©retfofyl, m. common btickbean, 

marsh trefoil, xnarsh clever, bog- 

bean. 

©reilaut, ©reilauter, m. tri- 

phthong. 
© r e i l i tl g , m. halfpenny ; f feinet 

grot, halfpenny loai; britter %\)l\\, 

tierce. 
© r e i m a l, a*/t\ thrice, three timei. 
©«rein, f. barein. 
©reioaer, m. whorlleaved salo- 

xnonsseal. 
©reipfünber, m. threeponnder. 
©reiruberig, adj. threeoared. 
©reifd), adj. fallow. 
©reifcfjlag, m. ambling pace, 

threestroke. 
©reifcbli^, m. triglyph. 
©Wfcpnetbig, adj. threeedged. 
© r e i f e i t i g , adj. tri lateral, 
©reififctg, adj. of three seats, 

threeseated. 
©reifpännig, adj. with a team 

of three , yoked with three horses. 
©reift, adj. bold, con fielen t, unim- 

barrassed , forward ; breifl ttia$en, 

to embolden , encouraee. 
© r e i fr i g t c i t , /. boldness ; in ©e* 

ffUfcftaft, assurance, forwardness. 
© r e i i i g , nunu card. thirty ; e6 tt?a» 



ren ifcrer brei§ig , there wdre thirty 
of thera. 

©reisiger, m. a man of thirty 
years. 

©reifiigfle, adj. thirtieth. 

© reift; löig, adj. trisyllabical. 

©reitäflij, adj. of three days; tu 
ne breitagtgeÄranffceit, a three days 
disease ; etn breitägigefl #inb, a child 
three days old; bai brettagltctyeSie« 
6er, tertian; jeben britte» £<ig, tri- 
duan. 

©reitaufenb, adj. three thousand.* 

©reitaufenbfie, adj. three thou« 

sandth. 
©reitfcetltg, adj. tripartite. 
© r e i W e g , m. point , vrüere three 

roads meet. 
©reiaaef^ ro. trident. 
©rei^aeftg, adj. threeforked. 
©rei&e&n, adj. tbirteen. 
©reiae^nte, adj. thirteenth. 
©ret$ in f ifi, adj. thTeeforked. 
©reiftüngtg, adj. threetoneued. 
© r e l l f adj. tight , brisk , lively, 

sprightly. 
©rell, m. diaper, tick, ticking. 
©re(C6or)rer, m. drill. 
©rempeC, j>l. portsells. 
© r e f d) b i e l e , f. barnfloor , thrash« 

ing floor. 

©reffen, v. i. a. to thrash. 

©refcfjen, n. thrashing. 
©refdjer, m. thrasher. 
©referjf leget, m. fl^il. 
©ref(r)tenne,/. thrashing floor. 
©ref^tvagen, m. tiiraslnng cart. 
©refepge^nte, m. thrashing tithe, 

sacktithe. 
©refc^3eit, /. thrashing season. 
©reffe,/, f. treffe. 
© r e f f i r e n, v.r.a. to dress , break, 

put to exercise. 

© r i e b r o d) e n , v.r. a. to trifallow. 
©riefel /# m. 6d?ei6e, disk; Äraufel, 

top; 2Bir6e( im^eer, whirlpool; 

@^lt)tnbe(, vertigo, turnsickiies*. 
©riefeln, v. r. a. to whirl ; aufbre ¥ # 

en, to untwist. 
©ri(t6oaen, m. drillbow. 
©rill 6 09 r er, m. drill, drillstock, 
©rillen, v. r. a. beeren, to drill; 

in ^öaffen üben, to drill, difeipline, 

exercise, train to martial exercise; 

plagen, to importune, pest«r, te&se, 

plague, vex; mit bcm SRuber, to 

work at rhe steering wlieei., 
© r i ( Vf i f d), m. clectncal eel, numeel. 
© r i :l l ij a U i (^ e n , n. pillory. 
© r i ( 1 1 4 1 m - llc k , ticken, ticking. 
© r i 1 1 i n g, m. threetwinchild ; trun- 

dle, trundlehead. 
© r i l { m € i (l e t^ m. officer Csergeant) 

that drille, trains, exercises the 

sqldiers. 
©rit Ipla^, m. place, -v^here toi- 

diers are train cd (exercise dj. 




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©ret6lä ttttig , adj. trifoliate; 
Don QMuinen, tripetaloua. 

©reibet}!.' ig, adj. tliree timasboicd. 
©reibunb, m. triple alliance. 
©reitetfer, m. tbreedeckflr. 
© r e i b p P e 1 1, od;, triplicate, triple. 
©reibrobt, m. »tuff of three 

threadi, strong linen, ticking. 
©reibräbttg, oi//. of three threadi, 

triple threaded. 
©reied, n. mangle, trigon. 
©reietf ig, «rfj. triangulär, thrae- 

cornered. 
© r e i e i n i g , cd;', triunc. 
©reteinigfeit,/. trinity. 

©ttitV, m. halfpenny. 

©reierlct, adj. of three difforent 

©reifa*, ml;, threefold, neble; 
Breifarfj oergoiött, treble gilt. 

dreifältig, od;', threefold, trinal. 

©reifaltigfett, /. trinity, tfinal 

© veifaltigf(it<6luuif / /.]ieavt.'s 
© rei'fä l tigf eil (glp ifd) tri, tt, 

rtiarsliviolet. 
©veifirner, m. wine three year» 

old. 
©reifufi, m. tripod, tripoi, trovet. 
Srcifüfiig, ad;', throefooted, tripe- 

dal. 
©reib unbcs't, od;, three hundred. 
©reibunbertfte, ad;, three hun- 

©rtijabrtg, adj. uiennia], three 



©reifebi, m. common buckben», 
marah irefoil, marih clever, bog-' 

Dreilaut, SrtiUuter, m. tri- 

phthoug. 
S reit in g, m. halfpenny; fleineä 

SJrot, hiillpenny loaf; bntfer JbetI, 

© v e i in 1 , oJr. thrice , three timea. 

©-rein, f. barein. 

©reicefer, m. wliorlleaved aalo- 

monMeal. 
©veipf ün Ber, m. tbreeponnder. 
©veirubei'ig, adj. threeoarod. 
©reifrf], od/, fallow. 
©rei fdjlag , m. ambling pace, 

thraeatroke. 
©reifÄli$, m. triglyph. 
©rflffOneibig, od;, tiiroeedged. 
©reifeitig, «d;\ trilateral. ■ 
©veififjig, adj. of three teata, 

threeseated. 
©rei fy a nn ig, od/, with a team 

of three , yoked with three horiei. 
© reift, adj. bold, Confidol, itnim- 

barraued , furward ; treift HWlften, 

©reiftigteit', /. boldne«; in ©e. 

ffllfdjdä, asturance, forwardiiei*. 
© r e i & i g , nn«. card. thirty ; (6 im* 



reu tbrer breifiig , tbeTe wer« thirty 

of tliem. 
©rei&tger, m. a man of thirty 

©reifiigfte, adj. thirtieth. 

Breifrji&ig, adj. triiyllabical. 

©rettägig, adj. of three day«; ei' 
ne breiugiqeÄranffaeit, a three day» 
diaease; ein breitaqigetf Äinb, a chüd 
thiee daya old; öd« breitagttifce gte» 
ber, tert'ianj jeben t ritten Jag, tri. 



©rei tbet ! i g, adj. tripanite. 
©reiroeg, m. point, vrboie threa 

roa<U in u ct. 
©reij a if f m. trident. 
©reiacfig, adj. threeforked. 
55ret .ebn, adj. tbirteen. 
Brei eljntt, adj. thirteenth. 
Srei- int ig, adj. tbreeforked. 
Sreidiigig, adj. three totig iied. 
S>re(l, adj. tiglit, briik, lively, 

ipriplitly, 
©Teil, m. dispor, tick, tieKinr. 
ßreilPobrcr, m. drill. 
Brjmpd, pl. port seil«, 
©rcfriibiele, /. bamfloor, tbrath* 

ing floor. 
!D r t f * e ii , v. >■ a. to thraih. 
Srcfrhen, n. thrathing. 
Srcfcfter, m. tbraiher. 
Srefrfir'legel, m. fl.il. 
©tefdj ttn ne, /. thraibine floor. 
SrefÄmogeti, m. thraiUSig cart. 
Erefiöi et)nt e, m. thrathiug tithe, 

lachtitlie. 
©refctl ] e 1 1, /. thraihine aealon. 
©reffe,/. f.'Sreff«. 
©refftren, v.r.a. to dreie, braik, 

©rietvadjen, v.r. e. to m'falJow! 
©riefet, ,„. &<t><tibt, diak; Sxiufel, 

top; aBilbet int^Ieer, whirlpool; 

ßftjlcinbel, vertigo, turniicknear. 
©riefeln, v.r.a. towbirlj üuftrt,. 

en , to iimwist. 
©rillbogeii, m. drillbow. 
©rillbu^rer, m. drill, drill.tock. 
©ritten, v. r. a. oobren, to drill; 

inSßaffrn tlüen, to drill, diteipline, 

cxeiciso. irain to martial exerciaa ; 

plagen, to importune, peiter, tcais, 

plague, vei; mit bcm StubtT, to 
Work »t tbe ateering vrfieel. 

© r i I I-f t f ifi, m. clectrical eel, nttmeel. 

'£■ v i 1 1 b a u i <t) t n , a. pillory. 

©rillicb, m. tick, ticke», ticking. 

©ri Hing, m. (Iireatvvincbild; tron- 
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Dru<frid)tig!eit/ /. typogtaphi. 

cal accuracy. 
Drucf fcfcrift, /. printed tract* 
DrucffAriften, Settern, /.print 

ing types. 

Drucf fen, v. r. n. to tarry, hesi 

täte« waver. 
Drub, m. Drube, /. fairy; «lp, 

nightmare. < 

Drubenbauttt, m. fairytree. 

Drüben beutet, m. f. $oftff/ 95o» 

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Drubenfufi, m. Drubentrjiut, 

n. common ciubmoss f wolfs claw. 

D r u i b e , m. = €eltenprieffer, druid. 
Drum, f. borum. 

D r u m p e l b e e r e, /. marsh bilberry, 
whortleberry. great bilberry bush. 

Drunten, adv. bort unten/ there 

bclow; unten, below. 
Drunter, f. barunter« 
Drufcbe,/. burbot, eelpout. 
Drü fc^ (in ^ , m. common mnsh- 

room , Champignon ; feine WetSen 

fBur&etfafern* spawn ; eine ©auce 
barauf , catchnp. 

Drufe, /. crystailised picce of o?e. 

Drüfe, /. gland: titte Weine, glan- 

dule, Kernel; tyferbef ranfteit, g lan- 

ders; $aWgef$wulft ber tyferbe, 

atrangles. 
©rufen, vi. Ireflet, dregs, lees. 
2> r l\ f I Q , adj. glanduloiu ; POU tyfer* 

t>cn , having the glanders. 
DrüStourj, /. bulbooi crowfoot, 

buttercups; waterdrop wort , wild 

parsley. 

Du, pron. p*r$. thou; jemanben Du 
nennen , to thou ; biff Du ti ? it is 

thou? 

Dublette, /> e= Doppelffücf. dou- 
blet, duplicate; roockjewel; (in 
Srettfptel, deuse, deuce. 

Dublone,/. = ital, unb fpan, ©olb# 

mün&e, doubloon. 
Du raten, m. ducat. 

Dürfen, v. r. a. to duck» stoop ; 

it$ in bte Umft&nbe (Riefen, to 
mow to yie'd, to aecommodate 
One's seif to the circumstances. 
Ducfmiufer, m. eunning rogne, 
•ham bigot, dissembler, hypoeri- 
tical feltow. 
Dubelfaften, m. barrelorgan. 

Dubelmann, Düblet/ m. bag- 

piper. 

Dübeln, v. r. a. to play very in- 
differently on the flute; auf htm 
Dübelfao? , to play on the bagpipe. 

Dübel faef / m. bagpipe, 

Duell, n. = $tt>eitampf, duel; fi<$ 

buelliren, to fight a duel, 
Duellant, m. duellist, 

Duett/ n. Doppelfana, duetto. 
D U f t, m. Dunft/ exhalement, damp, 



ig* SDun 

▼apoaf ; ber Säumen, teent, fra- 

grancy. 
Duften, ». r. n. to exhale, send 
forth odourt , scents ; evaporate, 
give a smell, to tmell; ein ange* 
nebnter ©erud) buftet au* ben Slu* 

men , a s weet teent wafts from the 

flowers. 
Düften, v. r. a. to exhale, be- 

damp ; Port $(Uttten , to breathe, 

•cent. 
Duftig/ ad}, vaporous f dampy, 

misty, foggy; odorous, scenting, 

rragrant. 
D U l b b a r, adj. tufferable , tolerabie, 

allowable. 
D U l b e n, v.r. a. to bear, abide, en- 

dure, suffer; tolerate. 

Dulbfättt, adj. enduring, giyen to 
toleration, tolerant. 

Dulbfamfeit, Dulbu n$, /. to- 
leration, tolerance. 

Dult,/. 9Reffe / Sa^rmarftV fair. 

Dultftanb, m. üKe§ffanb/ »tall- 

Dumm, adj. dull, stupid, tilly, 
foolish, dunsical, awkward, cluxn- 
sy, senseless, insipid, dumb, block- 
ish v nonsensical; bumme^ Btuq, 
nonsense, nonsensical stuft; OUUtttt 
ma^en, to stun, stupefy. 

Dummbart, m. siily face, dunce # 
simpleton. f 

D U min b r e t ft, adj. impudent 9 inso- 
lent, foolhardy, forward , raah # 
pert, saucy. 

Dummbretffiafeit, /. impudenet, 

insolence, toolhardiness , forward- 
ness, pertness, sanciness. 

Dummpeit, /. dulness, blockish- 
ness, awkwardness, duncery, stu- 
pidity, silliness, 

Dummfopf/ m. blockhead, dulhead, 
lob, lobeock, dullard, dunce , stu- 
pid fellow. 

D U m m f (l b n , adj. foolhardy f rash, 
rashbold, temerarious. 

Sumpf» adj. damp, rooist, musty; 

pom e*au, dull; ein bumpfel 
@d)ioet9en, a glooroy siience, 
Dump fei, m. pool, puddle, meer. 
Dumpfen, m. asthma, pursiness, ' 
Dumpfig, adj. .damp , dampish, 

moist; pon ber Stoffe ©erberbt/ mu- 
sty, mouldy; Pom ®$aü, dull, 
dead. 

D ü n e, /. = ©anb&ügel an bet ÜRee^ 

reSfüfte/ down. 
Dunen, vi. downs. 
D it n e n r o f e , /. scoteh rose. . 

Dung, m. Dünger, manure, düng. 
Düngen, v. r. a. to düng, muck, 

manure. 
Dungfafer, m. hister. 
D u n g l cg e, /." diuighiil. 

Dungra^, m cottongrass , common 
cottongras«. 



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DrutfrK&tigfeit, /. typogtaphi- 

cal accuracy. 
Drucf fcfcrift, /. printed trtQt. 
DrucffAriften, Settern, /.print* 

ing types. 
Drucffen, i>. r. n. to tarry, hesi- 

täte* waver. 
Drub, m. Drube # /. fairy; «lp, 

nightmare. 
Drubenbauttt, m. fairytree. 

Drüben beutel, m. f. $oftft, 95o» 

trift. 
Drubenfufi, m. Drubentrjiut, 

n. common ciubmoss f wolfs claw. 

2) r u i b e , m. = €eltenprieffcer, druid. 
D r u m, f. barum. 

D r u itt'p e l b e C r e, /. marsh bilbarry, 
whortleberry. great bilberry bush. 

Drunten, a«/i>. bort unten, there 

bclow; unten, below. 
D runter, f. barunter« 
D r u f <b e , /. burbot , eelpout, 
Drüfcf)ling, m. common ransh- 

room , Champignon ; feine tvetfien 

tBurjelfafern. spawn ; eine ©auce 
barauf , catchup. 

©rufe, /, crystailised piecc of o?e. 

JDrftfe, /. gland: eine Weine, glan- 

dule, Kernel; tyferbefrantbeit, glan- 



ders; £aWgef$*Pulft ber fyftxU, 

atrangles. 
©rufen, vi. Srefter, dregs, lees. 
Drfifig, a dj. giandulous ; Pon tyfer 

ben, having tbe glanders. 
Drü$tt>ur$, /. bulboos crowfoot, 

buttercups; waterdrop wort , wild 

parsley. 
Du, pron. v§rs. thou; jemanben Du 

nennen , to thou ; biß Du ti ? it is 

thou? 

Dublette, /. e= Doppelflücf. dou- 

biet, duplicate; roockjewel; »in 
Srettfptel, deu»e, deuce. 

D u b l o n e, /. = itaL unb fpan, ©olb* 

mitnfte, doubloon. 
Du COten, m. duoat. 
Dürfen, v. r. n. to duck» stoop ; 

£d) in bie UmfWnbe föitfen, to 
now to yie'd, to accommodate 
One 1 ! seif to the circumstances. 
Ducfmäufer, m. cunning rogue, 
•ham bigot, dissembler, nypocri- 
tical fellow. 
Dubelfaften, m. barrelorgan. 

Dubelmann, Dubler, m« big- 

piper. 

JD U e ( n , v. r. «. to play very in- 
differentiy on the flute; auf bem 
Dübelfacf , to play on tue bagpipe. 

Dubelfad 9 , m. bagpipe. 

Duell, n. ~ Jroeifampf, duel; ft<$ 
buefttren, to fight a duel, 

Duellant, m. duellitt. 

Duett, n. Doppelfana, duetto. 

D U f t, m. Dunft, exhalement, damp, 



ig* SDun 

▼apoar ; ber Säumen, tcent, fra- 

grancy. 
Duften, v. r. n. to exhalc, send 
forth odourt , scents ; cvaporate, 
give a smell, to smell; ein ange* 
neunter ©erud) buftet au« ben $lu* 

men , a sweet scent wafts from the 

flowers. 
Düften, v. r. a. to exhale, be- 

damp; Port gjtUttten, to breatho, 

scent. 
Duftig, adj. vaporous f dampy, 

misty, foggy; odoroua, scenting, 

fragrant. 
Dulbbar, adj. suiFerable, tolerable, 

allowable. 
D U i b e n, v. r. a. to bear, abide, en- 

dure, suffer; tolerate. 

D U l b f ä «l , adj. enduring, giyen to 
toleration , tolerant. 

Dulbfamfeit, Dulbung, /. to- 
leration, tolerance. 

Dult,/. 9»effe, Ztfvmavtr, fair. 
DultfUnb, m. üKe§flanb, «t*". 

Dumm, adj. dull, stupid, tilly, 
foolish, dunsical, awkward, cium- 
sy, senseless, insipid, dumb, block- 
ish v nonsensical; bumme^ peu$, 
nonsense, nonsensical stuft; OUUtm 
ma^en, to stun, stupefy. 

Dummbart, m. siily face, dunc« # 

simpleton. # 
Dumtnbreiß, adj. impudent , inso- 
lent, foolhardy, forward , rash, 
pert, saucy. 

Dummbretftiafeit, /. impudenct, 

insolence, toolhardiness , torwaxd- 
ness , pertness , sanciness. 

Dummheit, /. dulness, blockish- 
ness, awkwardncss , duncery, stu- 
pidity, silliness, 

Dummfopf/ m. blockhead, dulhead, 
lob, lobcock, dullard, dunce , stu- 
pid fellow. 

Dummfüljn, adj. foolhardy , rash, 
rashbold, temerarious. # 

Dumpf, adj. damp , rooist , musty : 

pom ©(bau, dull; ein bumpfel 

@d)u>eigen, a gloomy silence. 

Diimpfel, m. pool, puddle, meer. 

Dumpfen, m. asthma, pursiness. ' 

Dumpfig , adj. damp f dampish, 

moist ; pon ber W&ffe Perber&t, mu- 
sty, mouldy; Pom StyaH, dull, 
dead. 

Düne, /. = ©anb&ügel an ber ÜRee^ 

re^füfle, down. 
Dunen, pl. downs. 
D ü n e n r o f e , /. scotch rose, . 
Dung, m. Dünger, manure, dung> 
Düngen, v. r. a. to düng, muck, 

manure. 
Dungfäfer, m. hister. 
D u n g l cg e, /.' dunghiil. 

Dungra^, m cottongrass , common 
cottongras«. 



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»ift. 

S u r d) b f o f e n , v. - f. a. to blow 
thronen. , to penetrate blowing. 

© ti r d) l ä 1 1 e r tl , v. r. a.to pcruse, 

• riin over,.thr,ouglu * 

SJurcb bläuen, y. a. r. to bang, 
maul, bclabour. 

J) u r d) b l i cf c n , v. r. n. to peep 
through, pierce, trauspire. 

!D urd? b obren , y. r. «. to bore 
tiiroiiL.il 9 to pierce through; to 
perforatc ; bat burebbotyrt mir fcat 
Jper5/ ihat piVrces mv heart; f. l)er« 
Vor bringen, to slmotup. through. 

S)urd)bobrung,/. perforation. 

S ti r rf> b r a t e n , v. r. a. to roast 

through. 
Durd)b taufen, r. r. a. to roar 

(rusli) th«-ough, 
JDurcJ brechen , v. i. a. u. n. to 

break through; burdjbnxbene 3(r« 

beit, pierced work, filigrec. 

^Durchbrennen, v. /. ». to bum 

through- 
fDurdjbringen , v. i. «. tQ get, 

brinp, carry, lead , rnn throngh; 
fid) etyrlicf), to get a honest living. 
to make ahift to live -honestlv ; 

terfebwenben, to spend , lavisb, 

dissipate, consume, squander, waste 
away. 

Surtf; bringer, m. spendthrift, 
squanrierer , prodigal. 

tDurdjbrucfy, ro. breaking through ; 
(Durchfall , diarrhota . Ioosen«ss, 
lask v dysentery; bei ben 9tttyerin» 
nerif network, filligree work; tu 
ne$ Sei**/ S)ainm<, breach. 

IDurc^brutlen, v. a. r. to fill with 

roaring. 

JDurdjbampfen, v. a. r. to fill 

with vapours, furne, srnoke. 
JDurcbbcnfen, v. /. a. to yerpend; 
to run over in one's niind , to re- 
flect lipon , to ponder; fein ®(Ü(f, 
to rnminate lipon oue's tolicity. 

^Durchrängen, v. r. a. to press 
tluoiigh , inake way through the 
crowei, to get through the crowd; 
Üd) i to pusli forwaru. 

S u r d) b r i n g e n , v. /. w. to get 

throug'i, to penetrate; 2l6ftd>t er* 
reteben, to sueeeed, to come to a 
good issue, to prevail: — v. i. a. 
to pierce , penetrate, pervade; eine 
fcurcbbringenbe (stimme, a shrill 
voiee; bur^bringenbe Aalte, «barp 

— nipping — biting cold; buTty 

einen Ort, to pierce, penetrate. 
Qurdjbringtid), ad), peuetrable. 
5) ur (f) br i n'g (td? f cit, /. renetra- 

bility. 
©urÄbrtngung//. penetratlon. 
!D U r d) b r U cf e n ; v. r. a . to squeeze — 

press through; to gall , wound, 

IiuTt (a horsej. 



5)ur(f)btlften A v. a. to perfume. 
® U r d) b U n (l e n, v. n. r. to transpire. 
Surftbürfen, v. i. ». to be per- 

mitted to pass» 
2) u r rf) e 1 1 e n , v. r. ». to basten 

through , to past in haste. 

©urc$fa&rrn, v. /. «. to fare — 

pass — ride through ; to run 
through, penetrate; Qüi 5Beltmecr, 
to cross the. ocean. 

®\xvd)faf)tt, /. passage; ber «Ort, 

gaie , thoroughfare. 

2)urd)faU, m. fallinc through; 
eine UnpafUidjfeit, diarrhoea, loose- 
ness • flux of the body. 

Dur d) fa den , v. i. n. ro fall 
through ; fein @lii<f fyabcn , to sue- 
eeed ill , to be disapnointed ♦ to 
. be refused . denied, vJs.9 the foil; 
ba^ (Sfücf fteC burd), the piece was 
danmed; beim SJattottren / to bo 
blackbaüed ; burd? fallen lüflttl, to 
blackball, to rejeet. 

2>urd)faulen, v. r. a. to rot 
through. 

£)urd)fedjttn, v. i. a. to get by 
fighting; flrfj, to force oue^s way, 
to get out of a scrape. 

S) tt r eb f e i l e n, v. r. a. to file through. 

© u»r d) feuchten, r. r. a. to wet 
thoroughly, to soak. 

S)ur<bff uern, v. r. «. to heat tho- 
roughly : — v. r. n. burc§ ein C0(^/ 
to siioot through a hole. 

Surcb flattern* v. r. n. u. a. to 

untrer, hover through. 
$) u r d) f t e rt; t e n, t>. i. a. to interlace, 
intertwine, interweave. 

2) ureb fliegen, p. i. n. u. a. to ily 

through. 

S) u r cb f C te ^ e n , v. i. «. to Hy 

tlirough. ' * 

£)ur<bf liefen, v. i.n. u. «. to flow 

through. 

Durcb flogen, v. r. a. to float 

through. 

!T> U r d) f l u a , m. flying progreis. 
£) U V cfr f l U B , m. flo wing through. 

Durdjforfd&en, v. r . a. to dive -^ 
search into , examine thoroughly. 

(Durcbforfcbung, /. perquisition, 
Jeep search. 

Surdjfreffen, v. i. «. to gnaw 

through, corrode ; (i<b, to oe a 
smellteast, to live upon the catch. 
© u r cb f r i e r e n, i>. i. n. to freeie en- 
riroly , to chill. 

Surcbfubr,/. passage. 

©ureb führen, v. r. n. to carry, 
lead , convey through ; eine ©ac$e, 
to bring to an is*ue , to support; 

in 9Bortcn ober ©Triften, to dis- 

CU88, enlarge upon. 
^urd^fü^rung, /• canying 
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suffice, be su meiern. 
£> u r $ l a §, m. passage ; sieve, screon, 
hui die; flatter; strainer, feit. 

JDurcfcUffen, v. i. a. to let pass, 

suffer to pass, open a passage to; 

to filtrate, strain; to melt down; 

to let go through the flauer. 
£>urd)tautf)t,/. serene highness. 
{Durchlauchtig, ad}, iüustrious, 

terenc. 

JDuro)laua)ttgfett, /. f. Dura)« 
lauert 

Durchlauf, m. running through; 
Äranf^Ctt , diarrhoea , looseness , 
flux of the body, Ulk. 

durchlaufen, v, i. n, to run 
through, to pierce , pervade ; ton 
©cfoufcen, to wear off; eine (Schrift, 
to run over , through , to peruse. 

iDur cfMäutern, r. r. <z. to purify, 

refine, clear. 
£urc$(e6en, v. r. ä. to live over, 

to pass. 
JDurd; Ufert, v. i. a. to read over, 

peruse , go through. 

SurcfrUfung, /. perusing, perusal. 
Durchleuchten/ v. r. ». to thine 

through , transpire : — v, r. **. 

to lighten through; bura)(etta)tenb, 

transparent, pellucid. 

©urcöleucfcttg, «d[/. f. bur$(au4tig. 
D u r a; l i e g e n , t>. a. u. r*c. to fret, 

or gail by lymg upon; to bruise, 
rub , galt one's skin by lying too 
long on it. 
Surcplocfyen, v. r. «. to, xnake a 
hole tlirough« to perforate, bore 
into ; to' punch. 

Durchlöchern, v. r. ö. to perforate, 

punch. 
D U r d) 1 Ü f t e tl / v. r. a. to give air, 

to ventilate, to fan. 

D u r 4 1 u 9 e n , v. i. a. to heJp out, 

to get clear by lying ; ftc$, to mähe 
one i way witli lying. 

Durchmachen, v. a. r, to finish, 
to end, to accomplish , complete, 
coniummate. 

Dura)marfc$, m. zx Durcfoug , 
niarching through , p&ssage. 

JD u r d) m a r f $ i r e n, v. r. n. = bura>_ 

ftte^en, to march through. 
Dura) mengen, v.r,a. to mingle — * 

blend thoroughly. 
Durcftmeffer, m. diameter. 
2) u r o) in i | d) e n, v.r. a. to mingle — 

blend thoroughly, to intermingle, 

intermix. 

Durc$ muffen, v.Ln. to be oblig- 

ed to PMS through; fit muffen 
burd), thev must go through, over 
it; er mui oamit burc$, be is oblig- 
ed to finish the matter, 

Durc&muftem, v , r . a . to muiter, 
review all over, pass over in oWa 



mind; «He ©in fei, to search int« 
every corner. 

Durchnagen, v. r. «. to gnaw, 

nibble through. 
$ura)n&$en, v. r. a. to sew 
through, to' stitch, to quilt, to 

pink; ein burcfcnafcter Unterrocf, a 

quilted petticoat. 

D u r d) n h f f e n ,\ v. r. a. to wet tho- 
Durdjnäften, ) roughly, to raoi* 

sten, to wet allover. 
2)ltrQ>ne(|men/ v. i. a. to canvass, 

sift, reuil; einen, to reflect on, 

censure. 
9ltrc$pettfc6en, v. r. a. to horse- 

whip; ein 95uo), to run over. 

5)ur^pf(iigen, v.r.a. to plough, 

, tili , turn , break up through. 

Sltr<$preffen, v. r. a. to press 
through, squeeze through. 

S uro) prügeln, v. r. a. to beat, 
cuff, bang, cudgel soundly. 

2)uvc^ribern, v. r. o. to strain, 
to sieve through. 

2>uro)raud>ern, v. r. a. to tmoke 

thoroughly ; to perfume, fumigate, 
irobalm. 
X>urd)rauf(t>en, v. a. r. to rush, 
ru'stle through. 

S)uro)re4ncn, v. r, a. to coant 

over, through, to calculate, 
5)ur4>regnen, v. r. n. to rain 

through^ to be alloyer vf«t with 

rain, 
V ux <b 1 1 ib tt\ , v. i. «. to rub 

through ; to rub sore , ta bruise ; 

to iift, strain. 

(Durchreichen, v. r. «. ti. n. to 

reach through; to sufEce; er reicht 

nieftt bamit ourc^ , he cannot sub- 

sist upon it. 
S) u r rf) r e i f e , /. going through , 

passing through, paasage, way. 
I) II r d) V t i f e n, v. r. ». to journey — 

travel — go — pass thronen ; er 

ifl bte ganxe Surfet t>urd)gereifct x he 

has travelled over all Turkoy. 

© u r d) r e t f e n b e, m. passenger. 
© u r o) r e t § e n , v. i. a. ta teer : — 
v. i. n. to break , rend. 

2)urc6retten, v. ». n, to go through 

on horseback; to rido all over; 
to gall. 

Durchrennen, t». r. u. . i\ n. u, o. to 

run through , to pierce. 
©urc^rtnnen, t>. V. n. to rill, rnn, 

slide , rizzle through. 
!Purc^rttt| nu puugo on horse- 
back. 
(Ourc(rp£cDen # v. m. i% to make 

streamworks (in a mine), to mak« 

conduits cross the rock. 
3) u r n) r u b e » n , v. «. r. to row 

through. 
Durchrühren, v. «. r. to atir 

through, up, to intenniXf mingle. 



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£ u r c$ f i n f e n , «. n. u. *. f. to sink 

tliroirgli ; to dig dovfnwud ; to 

5>ur* [in tern, f. burdjficfcrn. 

5> irr rt>|"i 1} en, p, i. a. to spoil by 

iiiting lipon; to paia sirting. 
35nrcb|pSbcn , v. t. a. to ipy 

tlirougli , examine thorougbly, fer- 

ict over. to touiul , sift. 
iCurdjfpaUett, v. r. m. to »pik 

ifurd) fpirf t n, p. r. «. to interlird, 

to lar.i all ovcr; mit ämnerfüncicn, 
to iuterlard, cum, »tuff with re- 
mark,. 

Sut-djfpitEdi, n. r. a. to play — 
ncc ovrr; eine Solle, io »uppoit; 
ton Ei'iften, 'o p'»y wantonly with 
the Ujvo«. 

3>urrf?fpi<Sen, f. r. u. to pieree 

5>ur djfprfldie, /. liisciusion. • 
■Dnr4rprtd5tn, n. i. «. to ulk 

Snirdifprengen, n. r. a. to gatlop 

. tlirougli ; to sprinklo throughout. 

S5urdi fp riti tf en, f. i. a. to Jump 
tiirongh ; to leap acroil. 

iClird) (tan fern, *. r. a. to besrink, 
to fill with «tink; mit Sobotf, to 
funk; genau burttjftljen, to rum- 

niago — ferret all over, to rake. 

£utd)fiauben, i>. n. r. to p»i» 
tiirongh ai duat, to duat tlirougli. 

<D urrfj flau 6 en, w. «. r. f. burcbbain 
fdjen. 

D U r d) ft ( d) e H, r. f. n. to rrm llirongli, 
pieree through; tu be in a cliude- 

iindcrr hin ding, to concert , to con- 
irire jointly, to plot, to intriguc ; 
figii:l. burcbiiviben, to dig through. 
© IIB ii) ff tdft'xt i, J. unterbind deal- 
ing, intrigne, teeret practica, Joint 

SJurrtjfteblen, e. i. rcc. to «Wal 

through., to slip. 
55urri)ft eigen, »■ »• ■*■ to climb 

tbroil'h, to gel in through. 
55urd) pcl len, v. n. r. to in com- 






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»©utrtjileppen, r. 

IO quilt, 
©urd)|lld), m. «et of piercing, 

Sticking, putting through; tili, 

intrenchment , apertuie- 
2)11 t d) (ib bexa, v. r. a. to Btarr.li 

forwardly, to ferret, lummigt, 
J)U l'djfro'pfen, v. t. a. to put 

^urtljftortn, v. r. a. to mmmage. 

Suvcbfto6*n, v. i.e. to llinm — 
pntb through; to pierca , to spit. 

SJurdjfIttiÄrn, f. i. «. to elFa:e. 
blot — ttrike out, to mie, acraicli 
out, to «nie; quev, to cross out; 



bat fiano , to iwerre — tot* 

tiirongh , inn up and down ; t>0tt 

cer Eii'ft ourd) ein Jiinmtt, to atrik« 

through. 
© w t d> P r e i f e H , v.r.a. to roam — 

rove — ränge , iwerva all over. 
Dui'rfjfirirf), m. blotting — ttriking 

out ; ter tybtttl , pastage of birdi. 
Eurdjfiricacln, v. r. a. to eriti- 

®u r rftftrc nun, c, r. n. to »tream 

throiigb; to tun abont, water. 
Ti u r dj ft ü r in * n, v.a.r. to peirade, 

tuis. «hake, Storni witli violence. 
DU rrtj ftürjtii, w. n. U. n. r. to 

be preeipttated tlirougli , to rusli 

tbrough ; to thi List through f to 

pulli tiirongh. 
35 u rrf) fud)tn, v. r. m. xo aearch 

through , to rake into. 
55 n t'djfiif tu, i>. r. a. to aweeten 

lliorougbly, to edulcorate. 
35 urdjtflhjtn, v. r . a . to danea 

tiirongh; to pasi dancing ; to wear 
. out by dancing. 
3>urd>ta(t«n, v. a. r. to feel, to 

fiimble, to grope through. 
!D u r d) t a u im l n , w, r. a. to go real- 

ing through to teel through, to 

alagget, waTer , totler through. 
35iird)tbauen, v. r. ■. to thivr 

through. 
5)ur*t6nfti, v. r. a. to aound 

tlirougli, to etho through. 
Dvirdjtvagtit, v. i. a. co carry 

through. * 

55 ui'* träumen, v. m. r. to paii 

dreaming. 
55urdj treiben, v. La. to driv», 

chaie through; to finiili, pnrine, 

S5 u r d) t r 1 1 1 n , v. i. u. to tread 
through ; tu wear out bv treading. 

35ii rdj tri 1 6, m. ant of rhrMng 
through, pusage of tbe cattle. 

55 lird) trieben, adj. eunuine, jly, 
erafty, slirewd. «ubtla ; ge(l6t, tra 
fabren, well «killad, ftne, inge- 

Durdjtr ie6 enbeit, /. eunning. 
neu, crafliueu, «lyneaa. 

55urdjtc i e f tu ,' bu rdjtrop fen, 
p. r. it. to drip — drop — triekla 
through. 

5)uru)rt)a<h(n, „. r . *. to pua 
waliing. 

55 itrd) iua*S, m. roundleared ha 



Durr&iDQdjfen, v. i. n. to grow 

through, 
£■« rrfjiv a dl f eit , parC. atreaked; 

ClirrtipadjfcncS S(<lM , marbled 

rneat.-interlarded fioili. 
S) wrdjic agen, •>. r. a. 

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Silber, w^darl;, obicuxe, gloo 
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über, m. companion, inti- 

ciouy, brolher by ihe Cup. 
hj e n , v. r. a. to ihou. 

.. fjenb, n.doian; bui)enb (reife, by 
donem; JlOÖlf XHjJjsnb, gross. 



€66», /.ebb; €66* unb Jlutb, tid«, 
ebb and flow; et" flutbtt unb (66t, 
it fluctmteü ebbe roerbtn, e66en, 
to ebb; bot t£b bewerben , cbbing; 
bie nicbrigc Ebbt, neap, neaptia«. 

£66en, v. «. r. to ebb, to be ebb- 
jng, to fall down, run down. 

Cbtn, flJ/.even, plain, level, flit, 
imoodii pretty, fair; reasomble, 
procise , accuratn; — a.tv. evenly ; 
Jig. genau, nie«, «««.ictum.: 

— iJtt. exactly , accurately ; JU f,t» 
putt, trim : — ad», trimly i tt $t' 
fdjitbt tbm e6en redjt, be in rightly 
lerved; *6en bomni*, jnttthon ; eben 
t(ü, ju»t now; tben, weit fit f'iibft, 

bdf, jtlit to aho feel*, that ; e6etl 
|a dlt. 0« bu , ■» old M thou ; 
c6tll bin), even thee; eben b(rf([&f, 
oieftl&t, baif((6e, (be vety iirat; 

et ifl mir eben ein*, it ii tbe ume 
witbma; bat ifl eben, »at taj fa> 
ge, that is jmt, wh*t I uy ; wir 
|a6en rten Bein« gebart)!, just — 

■Ten now wf thonght of you ; bat 

will iä) eben ntdjt fage« , that it i* 
not jntt whit I woiild ttiy; titn 
(0 eitle, just is miny ■, eben belioc 
gen, for that very reaaon; et ifl 
eben fo oiel , it »1 »II one , tama. 
mount; eben fo genug, »1 truly; 
eben fo oft, »» ra«ny timei ; ein an- 
bermaE gebt! eben fo gut, «nother 
tinio will do ei well; M er eben 
ertrinfen wollte ( wh«n h« was on 
tlm point of boing drowned ; ttat 
id) eben fdjrriben will, what I am 
going to wri»; tt barf eben tridjt | 
9 tritt feBn, it needl not to be ja» 
novrt (ben martjtn, to mak« «ven. f 



m, ebeneres, ebony 
- offigy, " 



blance, likeneta; Rufttr. pattern. 
ebenbürtig, a dj of eoual birth. 

ebtrtbrub tig, adj. eyenthroaded. 
*bene,/. piain, level giound. 

ebenen, v. r. m. to «von, level. 

«ffnfa 

Sbenbolt, n. ebony. 

«ben i fr, ™. aboiüit. 

ebentnaG, n.eurytbmy r »ymmetry, 
harmoiiy, proportion , evenneii. 

eben mal ig, adj. tymmotricil, pro- 
portional, proportion at*. adequate, 
equal j — adv. propottiontUy , 
equally. 

vben reif, ». toutäernwood. 
Jber, m. SBoferer, «imlet, angro. 
«6ef, m. BdjmeiTt, boar; eih »tU 
ber, wild boar; ein junger, boar. 



P'fr 



|6er, r. 
eberef. 



ttork. 



«b, »orvi- 



^tordj, 

cetree, quickentrte. 
eberbarbi nom. prop. Evsrard. 
Eber^arbnie, /. Everardina. 
«6erbirfd), m. babyrosi», Indien 

hoj:, boamae, atagboar. 
g b e r r a a 1 1, f. toutbernwood. 
£6er|rf;h>eiR, n. boar. 
ebcrtouricl, ebernurj,/. mp> 

thernwood; carlina. Carlin« thiitU. 
ä*o, n ta SDteberbaU, eclioi ein 

edjo geben , to reecho , resound, 
Ccbt, adj. aai retbtmäfifger Ity , 1 - 

gitinnto, liwfiil ; unpevffltfnjt, rein, 

pure, trn«, upnjjlit. genuine; mit 

eebttn fetten befeSt, iet witb. »al 

Eearl>; ttlfi ©taat^alteb, loyal ; alt 
rftlllbt, autbentic! 
Cn)t(ci t, /. legidmacy, lawfulnattt 

genuineneai; authenticity. 
tJ6ef*iag, m. elip. 
-frfbuef), h. outlide. 
idt, f. angle, rorner, nook; btt 
Bier «efen Der Seit, ihe four cor. 
nrrj of t]ie world; eine« Sanbe*, 

Stint, cape. foreland; von allen 
<f en ber , from all parta, 
«rfel, m. f. CM, 
Öo?er, /.f. eidjeU 

■dbaut, n. cornerboaaa. 
■iditlt adj. comered, 

'tfmriSdy m. ridgamortice. 

plKl"'/."') "»—FtB-r. 

S.dftytant, m. comercupboard. 
■■:* (f fpavre, m. comcrraJtar. 
£cfftänber, m. f. eiffoule. 

-^rfftrirt, bi. corners ton». 
eoTfltttf, n. coinarpioco. 
-vrftbsr, n. cornargato. 



ingular: — 



Cef i« 

, lj C tf 1 1 f f 1 1 









tu, /- »nb!i 

■ 



blMHn, n»- 

■ 
trli*u(b, m. »obln mini!, g«ue- 

I i neblf niinii, 

■ .11 1 *(•>»<, 
i, «Jim. ilccit«, ^rotfi- 
-. m. = fyttautbtbtn, io 
= VtiJgatc, 8ufUS(, 

■ 

■ ■ 
»im, eowdi. cW 

■ 

nwi ?«un>, odget am 

■ » bcttn. 

ff (lj w- ludn r. jii'-itiijrt. 
:,« l f r j 0t| " 

■ 
tidiiitun, m. »!»dg> Tor ti»r- 

■ I, glilro. 

'. Bf- 



«{Mfcfc Stttp. 



S| 



■ 
■ 



■ 
«bfbrr 

■ 



■ 



■ i InDt. 

■ 



Kl 



Jalimt, 

_„e6rf di«rf I, I 

■y ■ bt>(<(m 
■ 
Cbcb ünBni fi, n- m ■ 

p|i im t 
tbtontract, m. = «(ctfrlma* 

■n J ( ti i g et n 1 1 1 1 1 1 r. 
tfbtttm, ■•&>, beiot« npw. 
: mtafaw, of l>1J . in 



i(f(6b(, /. nrntriinnniil «rurfor*. 
ff f ■ llb, Hl. m.!i : I 



t 

cm 

«brg. 






. . . ipouit, conto 

im PitjtTJ, nh. 
:lb In, plnr. 

te , m. Juiibtod , «pouii 

Sbci] a ttiit, f. nlft, ipciuu, com- 
ffbcgtlh, «•*»«. Jo*rry; f. Ahm 
iblfirlti f-frf, n. nti rti igartur. 
Sb.rgtRU(i, ia.tt./.ccn*Ciit, tpoUM, 

tttatriOit, «. eoutt fcu mi 

2btfl( fl C rti, .iJl'. bl-l'oM JYitletdty. 
M< «Ijj bffuio jcnnjjj-.'i 

<Z(tglüif ■ n. nmimuniil itiiütj, 

■ 
«b(bni"(*i?, pöi 

Jon* tbr^aftm Mrfil 



3>u[ 



iÜitffe, /,'lwmptow, antHTed 

Stiftet, ai//. Jark , obicure, glo. 
ray; Com Setter, clouciy; von ©f.- 
fidltSjügdi, sullen, gloomy, mouri. 



I90 

Ä6eti6aum 



Eni. 

Sufterfeit, /.darlineis, ol 

gloomineai. 
Softem, v. r. ». to' Ion 

Elite, /. coffin, papercain, 

1 blow 011 



■, look 



Eilten, 

SufjbruÖer, m. compniion, inti- 
mate, crony, broiher oy ih« cup. 
S u (5 r n , 11. r. u . to thoii. 
Etilen t 1 , n. aonen; &U(}enbWeife, bv 

doaeni; jwöff SufjfnE, gross. 



e&6(,/-ebb; «66« unbglutb, tide. 
obb and flow; ff ftutbet uno ebbt, 
it fluGtmtei; tfcSt werben, ebben, 
to ebb; ba< Ctbeittrben, ebbing; 
trie niebrige öbbe, ne»p, neiptido. 

«bbeii, f. «. r. to ebb, to be ebb- 
ing t to feil down, nin down. 

C6en, adj.erea, piain, tevel, flat, 
»mojih; pretty, fair; reuonable, 

Srreise , iccuiate: — adv. ovenly ; 
9. genau, nice, titet, aecurate: 

— idv. exactly, «cr.urately; JU f,U 
pu^t, trim; — adv, irimly; H ge< 
fdjifijt ibro eben reibt, he 11 rightly 
lerred; ebenbamalf, jattthen; fben 
ittjt, jmt nowi eben, weit fie fitbtt, 
Da|, jmt «s »he feel», that; eoett 



«et 

m. ebeneres-, eiony 



efienbit*, «.im*ge, effigy, rotem- 
olence, liJienon; ffltufter, pattern. 
ebenbürtig;, *dj. of «au.l birtfa. 
(EbenbrabtlS, *dj. erenthreaded. 
«bene,/. pl.I n ,U«lgr OU nd. 
ebenen, v. r . ». 10 even, lml, 

«Ben fallt", ebener Mafien, adv. al- 
so, too, likewiie., 

ebenbcti, „. ebony. 

ebenift, m. eboni.t. 

VbenntaG, n. eurytbmy, symmerry, 
harrnony, proportion, evennea*. 

8 b e n m h fj i g, «o*;. lymmetricil, pro- 
portional, proportional, adäquate, 
eijual ; — adv. proportionally , 
etjimlly. 

e6«nrei(, n. loutliernwood. 
«per, m. «obrer, gimlet, augre. 
«6ef, m. «djnwin, boar; ein mit. 
wild boar; ein junger, boar- 



plg. 

I eber, m. ©tortfi, itork 

ebfreftftf,/. rnonnt.io 



fnalty all tu, 
eben btdj, even ti 
btejelbt ,,. batftlbe 



old ai thoii . 
; eben berfelbe, 

, .--- , >t i« tne »ame 

b me; ba< ift eben, toai ia) fo> 

?(, that ii just, wbat I aay; wir 
oben eben Seiner gebaebt, just — 
itch now ws thought of you 1 baf 
will id) eben nid;t fagen , ihat it ja 
not jiut wbat I woiild »ay; eben 
fo biete, just as mmy, eben beltoe* 
gen, for that very remioni tt ifl 
•Hn fo tiel, it ii all one, tarn». 
mount; eben fo geroifi, a* truly; 
eben fo oft, as many timea ; ein an. 
tjermaE grfetl eben fo gut, another 
time will do ai well; alt er eben 
ertrinfen wollte ( when he waa 011 
tiie point of bemg drowned ; lca( 
idj eben fttjreiben will, what I am 
going to write; tt tarf eben nidjt 
gleidj feön, it needa not to be joit 
nowi eben maebtn, to makt eyen. 



asb, aerri- 

cetree, quicken Iren. 
eberbarb, nom. -pro». Everard. 
SberMrbtne,/ ETerardin*. 
ettrfjirfd), m. babvrosM, Indien 

hog, bo.rii.g, atagboar. 
* b e r r a u t (, /. tontbemwood. 
eberfibwem, tu ba.r. 
«berwuriel, «berwurj,/. lon - 

thernwood; earlina, carline thiitle. 
lebo, n — SDieBerboü, ecboi ein 

e*u geben , to reeeho , Tsaound. 
Cdjt, ad}, au« fedjimififa« «b,e, le. 

gitimate, lawfitl ; uncetfalfdjt, rein, 

PL 1 "' "»*■ ufrrislit, genuine; mit 

eebttn perlen befefct, iet with real 

Ceatli; alt ©toat^lieb, loyal; ad 
rfuilbe, authentic. 
■t rt) t b t i t , f. legiriinicv, lawfulneu i 

genuineneM; authenticity. 
9<fbefd)lag, m. dip. 
Jcfbud), js. outaide. 
■idt, f angle, romer, nook ; btC 
Bier £(fen Der SBelt, the four cor- 
nrra of the world; eine« fidnbtf, 

Siint, cape, foreland; Bon allen 
rfen ber , from all pacta. 
fcrel, m. f. Cftt. 
«rfer, /.f. eidjeU 
:dba\li, ». cornerhonie, 

dj. cornered, angnlir: — 



■^(fnteifiel, m. ridgemortice 

I5f5'»', , .',"D «■»•'*"'■ 

etfftbranf, m. comercupboi 

■-di larre, m. cornenralter. 
-i:d<: initt, m. f. etffflule. 

■■'■tt fifl, m. cornnratone. 
.: rf ' : il d , n. cornoipiece. 

idi ■■OT, n. comargete. 






191 



. iftte) Bit 



■ 

. .blaoMtihk;, 

■ 

! Illlll, g»U*- 

x ueM* mint). 



•Streit nun«, 
im, pr.nfi. 

j. = fcerausgrtm, w 

= Sutflsfrf, «uflao*. 



'dum/ «dje; am 

V'iurifl#i. 

■ 
irrtm. 

■ 

>3f« for tut- 

!. gUIv«. 
I tiitruw- 

[(((tfurH «s-j- 

: ec!fc,lt. nä , «.lb|T. 



C(Hfrmr, a. .;i)i,|..[j,ll k*ot. 
? ( ( h r t C u n (i , ,1. UnontkiDg; 
■ 
riniattünnaiK 
?(trt(II, ». m*rr fug« heil. 
■ 

it t rfrretfti r, m. idtil 

4 b f t r t * ■ ■ I 

Öfc*tr«AerifÄ , aifi. riMlMnt. 

,.'niS, n. niiitimt-nUl eh- 



!•■»■ 



tlmrtfftfc 

l»r*COIJItJCt. 

Fl», «Jk>. 

1 , htretahte , gf oW , 









alrimoni«! wdii 

Stil, nJor 1 

tniibtni), ipoui 



li b f l- .: 1 1 tn, /. wtf«, ipouie, 
Cfetgrib, n.ilnwtt, ilowrvi f. ^ 

C ti(${l6hi t, n. iinrrii£*rnTT- 

S^tafiief, ro. n.J. ivuiutx, ipotiM, 



*h 



1, a. ctmn for 



* a ( r t ih 

£r){<|f|itCfl ( aJe.htiorm y- 

H)| iljy (isjiin ym»;J«Y. IWu Jjjtj 

2lK<|lfi<f. n. miitimoni»! hliütj, 
1 inpineM. 
pKr, liwhl MnJnnn», 
ftm D»rf*ii( 



uffe, /.'homptow, nnttrred 



190 



e<( 



tDiifrer, «Wi.dirk, obtcure 
my; BOttl BBetter , cloudy ; 
"djtf jügfn, lullen, gloomy, 



fl*«; 



©e> 



au|rerfeU,/.da»kn« 



, obtcuritj, 

3>B fl e r n , v. r. it. to' lou*, look 

Milien. x 

ÜDÜte, /. coffin, pipeicaie, paper- 

SDiiten, u. r. n. to blow on ■ hörn, 

to 100t. 
®u((6viib«r, m. companiori, inti- 

mate, cvoiiy, brolher by tlie cup. 
Duijdi, i'. r. o. w thou. 
S) U I) e n b, n. doien ; bufjcnbrtieife, by 

doLcn»; jwölf ©ufjenb , groll. 



e 6 6 * , f. ebb ; «bbe unb gtutb,, tide, 

ebb and flow; tf ftutbet Utlb ttbt, 
it hWiiates ; <tbbt «erben, efclr:.. 
to ebb; bat Sbbewcrben , ebbine 
bte nieimgc ßbbr, neap, neaptide. 

«Eiben, v- ". r. to ebb. to be ebb- 
ing, to fall down, run down. 

eben, ad;, wen, piain, level, Hat, 
smojvh; pretry, fair; reuontble, 

S reale , icmiti ; — adv. evenly ; 
g, genau, nice, exaet, acenratei 
— .1 dv. exaclly , accurately ; {II r.u 
putt, trim : — adv. trimty ; ti ge* 
fobtebt ibm eben reibt, he it rightly 
lerred; ffccn bumaW, juttthen; eben 
je«, i"« nowi eben, »eil fie fhUt, 
Ba|, iuit 11 ehe feeli , (hat ; eben 
10 ott, 0« bu, ai old m tho..; 
eben bid), even theo; eben oerfetbe, 
biefetbe, baefelbe, theveryiame; 
ef ift mir eben ein*, it ia die »ame 
with me; bat ifl eben, voat idj ta- 
ge, tbat ii juit, what I «ay; Wir 
laben eben ©einer oe&artjt, jiut — 
«Ten now we thought of you ; bOS 
»iß idj eben nitfjt fagen, ihat it ii 
not jint what I wonld »ay; eben 
fo Biete, juit as many ; eben be*roe. 
gen, for thai very reaion; e( l(t 
eben fo tief, it ii all one, tant». 
mount; eben fo getoiü, «« »uly; 
eben fo oft, »s many timei ; ein an» 
Dermat gebf« eben fo gut, 



riine wiil'do ai well; M et eben 
«•träfen wollte, wheu he wai on 

tlio point of being drowned ; tBOS 
t* eben fö)reiben will, what I am 
going to writo ; tt barf eben nicot 
ateidf fettn, it need» not to he jutt 
now i eben marfjen , to m»he even. 



(fbertbaum, m, ebentree, ebony 

86cn6il-b, n.iroage, effigy, reaem- 
blaute, likeneu; SKufrer, pattern. 
Sbenbuitig;, adj of equal birtli. 
Sben b r n b t ig, adj. erenthroaded. 
ebene,/, piain , level ground. 
ebenen, v. r. m. to even, level, 

ebenfalls 1 , ebener ÜBafien, adv. «1- 

to, too, likewiae., 
Cbenbotl, n. ebony. 
ebenift, m. eboniitf 
ebenmaG, n. eurythmy, symmetiy, 

harmony, proportion, evennel*. 
e t e n nt & % i g, «rf/. aymmetrical, pro- 

povtional, proportionatr, adequatn, 

equal : — adv. proportionally , 

eben reif, n. louthornwood, 
Cber, m. nobrer, gimlet, augre. 
ebef, m. eajroein, boar; ein nil* 

ber, wild boar; ein junger, boar- 

pig. 
Cber, m. l^lordj, ttork. 
eber«fd>e,/. monntain *»h, »orri- 

cetree , quickentree. 
SberborOf nom. -prop. Everard. 
Cber^arbtne,/. ETerardina. 
eberbtrf*, ni. babvroj.a, Indian 

hog, boaritag, itagboar. 
eberrauttf/. aouthernwood. 
86 erfdj «ein, n. boar. 
ebernurief, ebermurg,/. *ou- 

thernwood; carlina, earline thiitle. 
eibo, n. — aBieberbaa, echot ein 

8*0 geben, to reecho, resound, 
ed;t, adj. auf red)tmaS(ger €bc, le- 

gitimate, lawfnl ; unuerfalflbl, rein, 

pure, true, unrielit, genuine; mit 

erbten fperlenlbefe^t, iet with real 

Cearll; «I« @taat^g!ieb, loyal ; all 
rfuilbe, authentic. 
etbtbeit, /.legitimacy, lawfulneMi 



.11 [her 



bic 



arfbefiblag, m. clip. 

ÄC? bUtfj, n. outiide. 

e*e, /. angle, romer, nook ; 
Bier «Jen ber SBelt, tho four cor- 
nrr» of tbe world; einet Canbef, 
noint, cape, foreland; von ollen 
ferfen ber , from all peru. 

erfet, m. f. €fel. 

«der, /.f. eiajet. 

eefbau*, n. comerhoal«. 

Sifig, adj. cornered, «ngnlar: — 
adv. eornerwiae. 

Ürf Bietfiel, m. ridgemottice. 

«rffdjranf, m. comercuphoard. 
erffporre, m. comerrafter. 
Sifftänber, m. f. «tffiute. 
StfRein, m. comerstone, 
tfitffliio?, n. cornerpiece, 
eoTtbor, n. coraerfote. 




min, aJlU, d«crte ( jiioe, 
s, r. ■■ = brraufjftrn, w 
, f. — *u#<i-;&<, SujUgt, 

>i. prr.p. V.Jw*Iiä. 

Oirlu 

■ 

■ ■ 

■ i 
, M. luaclii f. QUiligil. 




8t>< tf (drrrri, f. Jiiotltry. 

fif»rri|rrl 

»J alt front 

■ 

ijirimonU! 
£ig*intnr. 
«Ijerontroii, n. s «ttctHw|, 

. Jim«. 
C(rebret, n.iV. ba/or*. nmr. tot- 
tneily, lirretüfois , of uli, tu nid 
■ 
tj&rfrbt 1 *, /. mJiiintimfil w«f«i«- 
'* st fn «b, "t- nMiir.i, 

n>M>i im €*m 

i btv/p" 

«b*gatt(, m, \ 

CQrgattin, /. wifo, «pcui«, na, 

■ 
Cbfgfif, 1..J0W«, Jowtt; f.ßi 

r, n. RUriiigfVDtr. 
SQfgtttofe, 1.1. U./. comou, l|»QHJf. 

4li(dtr iil;|, n. crnin fui mniriniu- 

ni.il tlilli 1 . 
COCgtflrrR, oJn»b«Inre frürrji 

lli« d«j bafoi* jrlindiry , lito du 

<Sb egfbif . n. imifimoni*! falieJlf, 

r .nuiiLhi.il ba;ii>iiin>i. 

■ 



lOll, 

mi.iilii.l )ojN 



1 



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192 



€ fy e $ a 1 1 , m. scrvant, bondmtn, 

aomestic. 
CJfjeberr," m. spouse , lord. 
^t)efronC//*. matrimonial crown. 
€ !} e t r U p p e 1/ m. impotent husband, 

old fusty fellow, old Dotard. 
Cl/cleiblitff, «<//. lawful, legiti* 

mace. 
(?beteute/ p/. married people. 
t£i)tlid) f adj. matrimonial, con jngal, 

counnbial, spousal, bridal; <J)fUc£t, 

oonjjigal duiy. 
€ b e l i S) e n , v. r. a. to marry. 
C p e 1 $ 1 adj. single , unmarried. 
€t)e(ofigfett, /. celibate, celibacy« 
<Sbem»aUg, adj. old, former. 
tlcntat^/ ötiy. before now, for- 

nierly, horetofore , of old, >n old 

timcs , erst, erewhile, aforetiroe. 
C^emantl/ m. husband, spoure, 

mate. 
€ fy e n b e r , a Jt;. ere , before ; f. e$e. 
Ehepaar, n. married conpte. 

€nepacten, j>L = Sljeüerträge, 
ebeberebungen , betrotlungs , mar. 
riagearticles ; draught of marriage- 

• arueies. 

C^eprocurator, m. = S^enan* 

npalt, matrimonial agent. 

(51) CT, a</i;. ere, before; f. e$e* 

e^em, «Jj. brazen; tyart, feft, im* 
üerfd^amt, brazen, brazen faced. 

C^e'facfye, /. marriagematter , ma- 
trimonial cauie. 

? f? e f $ a $ , m. U. /. con 8 ort, spouse, 
mate; jrjeurat&Sgut, dower, dowry. 

€ t e feb e t b u n g , /. divorce. 

€ b C | d) e u, /. aveision to matrimony. 

(^pefebeue, m. misogamist. 

€ b e f e g e n , m. matrimonial — con- 
iiigil blessing. 

Cpeftanb/ m. matrimony, nuptial 
atare , marriage. 

(2 b C ft e / a<i^. next ; f. e§e» 

€ e ft C n ^/ <u/i\ next, at the soonest. 

€oefteuer, /. dower , dowry. 

^peftifter, m. U. /. matchmaker. 

(Speftiftung,/. matchmakinff ; ©er» 
trag/ betrothing; ©C^rift, draught 
of marriagearticles. 

8 & e te tt f C 1/ m. disturber of matri- 
monial happiness. 

Sbeperlöbnijj, n. betrothing, af- 
nance. 

€ teuer fp retten, n. promise of 

marriage. 
€ b C tt) C f 6 , n. wife , spouse , mate. 

C^eaarter, SfyeAÄrter, m. draught 

of marriagearticles. 

e$le,/. f. eue. 

CljrOar, adj. modest, sober, vene- 
rable , respecrable ; in SBorten, dis- 
creet; im vleußern, grave; übertrte* 
ten* mit Ziererei, demiire; in Sici* 
bung/ decent; tugenbfyaft, virtuous, 

honest: — adv. modestly. grave- 
ly, decontly, honestly. 












e 
e 

e 

e 
e 

e 



fjtbatttit, f. modesty, soberness, 
gravity, deconcy, ^propriety, ho- 
nesty. 

prbe^terbe/ /. ambition, desire 
of' honoiir. 

tyvbtqitviQf adj. ambitious , de- 
•irous of honour: — adv. ambi- 
tious ly. 

tyr e, /. honour; glory. reputation, 

rank; envetfen, bejetgen, to do 
honour to ; in S^ren b^Uen, to ho- 
nour; einlegen, to gain an hqnour; 

to) iverbe bie e^re paben, I shall do 

myself tb'e* honour - f ^bre Ulanen, 

to do credit; ft$ etne <ct)re barau^ 
macben , to take it for an honour, 
to value one's seif upon; in ß^r* 
Ubtn, fei;n, to be in great esteem, 

reputation; aur S^re geret^en, to 
be — prove an honour; etwat <£\)» 

ren l^atber tt;un, to be bound in 

honour ro do something; t'te £^re 
abf^netben/ to slander, defame, 
calumuiate; ©tele (£^re (Übflid)Ui' 
ten) eneeifen, to do che honourt; 
bie (efttc (£^re emeifan, to do the 

funeral honoure ; göttliche €pre er« 
Weifen, to pay divine honourt; 
3^r 5©ort in Ä&ren, with your 
leave; bet metner (fibre, on my ho- / 
nour; einer ^Perfoti tpre <5^re rau* 

ben, to deflower, dishouour; flc 

bat t'^rc £pre verloren/ she has lote 
her honour ; ein ÄUp in €$ren , an 

honest kiss ; etne^ tn allen <£l?ren 

gebenfen, to mention one honour* 

ablv; ein 5Kann t?on S^re, a man 

of honour. 

£ reifer, m. point of honour. 

bren, v. r. a. to honour; $0<$* 
f*äften, to honour, esteem ; (oben/ 
rühmen/ to honqur, praise, ex toi; 
©Ott e^ren, to worthip, praise; 
eine Seier epren , to grace a solem- 

nity. 

{) r e n a m t , n. honour , dignity» 

preferment, .place of honour. 

prenbeaei^ung, /. honouring, 

respect, abaisance, reverence, ex- 

pression of esteem , mark of ho« 

nour. 
r e n b i l b , n. figure of honour« 
renbogen > m. triumphal arch. 

t?renbote ; m. ambassador. 

b r e n b a in e / /. maid of hononr. 

^ren Dieb, m. slanderer, calum« 

niator, deiamer. 

brenbtenft, m. honours. 

tjrenerflarung, /. reparation 

of honour, apology* 

l?rengebäc^tni§, it. monument: 
^rengeric^t, n. tribunal, court 

of hononr. 

£reng efefcenf, n. present, gift 

of honour. 

^ren^anbe(/ m. affair of honour. 



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■ «t*e, /. - 
«i*«, /. »iajtmafi, irandard. gange. 

Ci * 1 1, /. »com ; cm mit eidjeln 9«. 

inä fteter fiber , a masted — -icorned 
boar; wai eidjeln tragt, glandife- 
ro»t; am männliAen Bliebe, gland 
— head — mit of ■ man'» yard. 

(E i * e I a a r 1 e n, tu. uuriery of oaki. 

eidje-Ife, /. iiandard yard. 

eiebelmaft, eiajmaft, /. forest- 

maBt, rnast of aconn. 
e i fl) e I f * 10 ( i rt, n, acorned (masted) 

P'g- 
ei*«n, adj. oaken. 
Sitten, v.r. a. to ginge, rosaiure. 
ei*CHD0t), n. oak. oak lirober. 

€i*entloft, m. oakblock. 
et*cnrinbr, f. oakbark. - 
ei*eniu>«ig, m. oaken boiwh, 
ein) er, m. ganger; bat eiqjmafi, 



CiAgebübr, 

eidigrunb, 



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Valley of 

<£ i rff b e 1 3 , n. grove of oafct; oak- 

wood. 
ei*born, ei*b6rnehen, n. eieb. 

gange, itandard. 

darj, gonge. 



@idj 1110.6, 
(gidiner, 
ei*ftäb, m. n 
tridjtrnubt,/. 
«idhefllb, m. < 
«ab, m. oath; f 



woöd oT'o.ki. 

«inen Si6 ablegen, to 

of; einen «ib abliefe. 

I bv an oath , to put 

n «ibnebmnt; to ad- 

aili to; Ben gib baU 

ten, to keep one's oath : bre*«R, 

to violace — break one's oath; 

» eib ber Streut, oath of ailegiaaee: 

ein flejipunqener, oaih extoited by 

violen«; «in [\ltfrf)(r <?ti\ false 

D.11 li. neijury; einen falf*en <JiB 
fttitöi i'i», i" porjure ono'a »elf, to 

C i B a hi , m. »an in law. 

e i & b r U *, m. breaking — violating 



of a 

€ibb 



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i j , adj. perjured , for- 

Sibbruber, m. mom brother. 
eibe*fe,/. liiatd; ein« (leine, eft, 

eiber., m. eiderduck. 
eiberbunen, /. pl. eiderdown. 
Bibelformel, /. = eibefiDort«, 

formillarv of an oath. 
eibgenol, m. confederate , asto- 

eibgen f fen fdjaft, /. confede- 
ratton, confedetaey , league. 
bfiaft, adj. iwoin. 



eibli«, 
«pon 



aujfagen, t 

fidj eiMidj \ 



fidj «tMicb perbinben, to bin 

»elf by an oath. 
eibfdjltur, ™. ewearing 

oath; ©rijrour, oath. 
Sibjeuanig, k. affidavit. 



rbedi 



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be, /. eggsau . 
eierbotter, m. yeLk. 
eiergelb, n. yelk colour. 
eierfetle,/ eggslice. 
eiettfar, n. glaire — white of a« 

ege 
2terf re-H, m. female of the.craw- 

fish; crawlisli with eggs. 

eierf u*en, ». onielet. 
eiertoffel, m. egg.pooa. 
ffterof, n. eggsoiC 
eterpfa^, m. omelet. 
eiirtübr, x. rearegg. 
eierfdiat«, /. .bell of an egr. 
ei«rf*uff«(,^ eggpo-ch. ° 
Sicrfiebet, m. eggcodier. 
Sietftoo*, m. ovarj. 
eievfuppe,/. eggatoup. 
eierrattn, m, muiled »ine. 
Sifet, nt. ardor, paiaion, eagemeu, 
wavmlh. zeal; l?if«rfu*t, jealoniy; 

9Ia*eirerung, emulation. 

eiferet, M. aealot. 

Sifergeift, m. jealouiy, Eeatoni 
.pirit. 

eifetig, a di. Uot, 

sealou«; neiBcfif? , invidi. , 

fünjtig, jealous; begierig, liot, _. 
dent, eager; inbvünfiij |, ferveot ; 
— adu. zeiüoutly, ihvidionily, jfa- 
lotuly , aiilcnily , eagerly , ier- 
vently. 

eifern, v. r. ». to be tealou», jea- 
lous, invidioui; mit einem, to be 
incrjr witk one : — v. r. a. to do 

eiferfuebt,/. jealo«ay; Weib, en- 

eifer[ft*te(ei, f. jealous fancy. 
eiferfütbtig, Jj. je.lou., i„U. 
adv. jcaloualy, invidi. 



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igen, adj. own, piopei 
patiicular; lingular; aci _ . . 
eise"; ein eigner 9DtI(e, a will of 
one's own; fiancä Pob, selfpraiae; 
Von meinem Eigenen, nnt of my 
own ; nidjt ein ßcüer ift fein eigen, 
he is not wonh a /anhing ; freies, 
eigenes @ut, allodinmi eigene £eu> 
te, bondmen; fein eigen werben, to 
«et np for one's seif, to begin tlie 
world; fein eigner £err fron, to be 

eigene ^eBeutungen ber härter, pro- 



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himsclf ; no$ einen ober a%t Sage, 

a sennight more; ein Be\)fl %t)diev 

minber ober raebr, one ten dollärs 

more or less. 
Ein, adv. in, within, into. 
Ei na (fern, v. r. a. to plough in 

(the düng), to plough. unJer. 

Einanber, adv. ober -pron. indecl. 

one an other, each other ; an einan* 
bei'/ together; bei einanber, tq^ether, 
with one another; burd) einanber, 

confusedly, promiscuously ; gegen 
einanber, against each other; mit 
einanber, with one another; nad) 
einünber/ one after another, suc- 

cessiveiy; neben einanber, by each 

other, "at the side of each other; 
Aber einanber, over one another; 
$U. einanber, to one another; fld> 

einanber &erfprea)en , to engage 

xnutuallv. 
€ i n a r m i g , adj. onearmed. 
Sin am ten, v.r.a. to gather, reap. 
€ i n a f d) e r n, v.r.a, to Tay in ashes, 

burn down; eingeäfefcert fern, to 

lie in ashes. 
Sinafa)erung, /. laying in ashes, 

incineration. 
(Stnat^men, v. r. a. to breathe, 

draw air , to suck in. 
E i n h t$ e n , v. r. a. to etefc , entail. 
E i n a u g e n , v . r*. a. to inoculate. 
Einäugig, ad], oneeyed. 
Einbauen, v. r. a. •=. in fallen 

paefen, to pack up. 

Etnbalfamen, v. r a. to embalm. 
E i n b a n b , m. binding ; ber ©anb, 

COVtT. 

Einbeere,/, truelo ve. 
€ i n b e b a ( t e n, v. 1. a. to keep back, 
to withhold. 

E i n b e i § e n , v. t. ». to bite into. 
€ i n b e i 3 e n , v. r. a. $(eifd), to mor- 

tify, temper meat; 3}uä)ftaben, to 

etch. 

Einbefommen, v. 1, n. to take, 

get possession of, to get. 

Et n b elj en, u. r. «. to inoculate. 

E in 6 ett-e In, v. r. a. to earn by 
begging; to insinuate one 1 » seif by 
begging ; ftg., to come in — get at 
— get admission to by begging. 

C t n b e U g e n, v. r. a. to bow (bend) 
in ward. 

fi n b t e 9 e n, v. i. a. to bend inward, 
i n b i 1 b e n, v. r. «. to iroagine. fan- 
cy, coneeive, think; ftep fciel < ein* 
bttben, to be coneeited; ein einge* 
bitbeter 3Renf<b, a coneeited — self- 
coneeited — proud fellow. 
€ I n b i 1 b U n j}, /. fancy. Imagination, 
coneeit; Etnbtlbung$fraft, imagi- 
nation ; Söorfrellung, r^presentation, 

image; eine btoft Etnbilbung, a 
mere coneeit» fancy ; ttön flt$/ seif- 
coneeit. 



EinbilbungSfraft, /. imagina- 

tion , fancy. 
Sinbinben, i>* i.'a. to bind in; 

einlud), to bind; bie ©egel, to 

furl; einem ^ßatben, to make a pre- 

sent to a godehild ; einem etwa 6, 

to enjoin. 
E i n b la f e n , v. 1. a. to blow in ; 
flg., to inspire, whisper into one's 

eais; roa$ einer laut fagenfoll, to 
prompt; buro) Q31afen einwerfen, to 

blow down. 
Sinbl&fer, m. inspirer, whisperer, 
prompter. 

Einblafung, /. blowing in; in- 
. spiring, whisperihg ; prompting; 

blowing down. 
Einblatt, n. oneblade. 
Einblätterig, adj. t?on Blumen, 

monopetalous. 

E i n b 1 ä u e n , v. r. a. to inculcate. 

Ein b lief , w. peep. 

Einbticfen, v. r. n. to peep in — 

jnto. 
Einbfinben, v. *. to fumish with 

a nicke, or recess ; to insert, join, 

fasten. 
€ i n b 6 f e 1 n , v. r. a. to pickle, salt. 
(S i n b r e ö) e n , v. 1. n. to break in, 

into. lipon; bie @egel, to Hat in; 

tic ®tfaf)x bvid)t ein, the danger is 

imminent: — v.i.a. to break open. 

einbrennen, v. 1. u. r. a. to burn 
in; eingebrannt, burnt in; einge* 
branntet ®lai f staiued glass ; 2Mif# 
fetbäter, to brand. 

Einbringen, a. /. a. to import; 
bie Jelbfrücbte, to inn the crop, 
bring in; etwaä tvieber, to make 
amend8 for, make it good ; um \>itt 
einzubringen , to compensate for 
this; etngebraebte^ ©ut, doMTy; 
<$ei»inn bvinqen , to yield profit. 

Einbringer, m. importer. 

E i n b r i n g u n g , /. importation. 

Einbrocfen, v. r. a. ro crumble 
bread into ; er $at einjubrccf en , he 
is a rieh man; einem ettt>a€, to cast 
in one's dish. 

E i n b r U cf) , m. breaking in , into ; 
ber£tebe, bnrglary, housebreaking; 
bc$ $einbe^, irruption, inroad , in- 
vasion. 

E in b u g e n, v.a. r/to steer or enter 
into a harbour. 

Einbürgern, v. a. r. to naturalize. 

(tinbu^e, /. loss, detriment; itu 
ben, to b 1 1 rJ er loss. 

Einbußen, v.r.a. to lose, to come 
off losrr, to suffer damage. 

E i n c a f f i r e n, v. r. «. = cinforbern, 
einaieben , einfacfeln, to get in , put 

in cash. 

Einbammen, ei n beieben, v.r. 0. 

to inclose with a dam, dike, to 
•mbank. 



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einfielen, v. 1. a. to twist, to 

"" plait , lace, interlace , interweave ; 

fld), to imermeddle , to mix. 
Cinfle^t' ««9/ /• impiieation, 

entanglement , interlacing. 
einfleifdjen, v. a. r. to incarnate. 
Cinf(icfen /a t;. r. *«. to patch in 

(up), toput in, foist in; to insert, 

interline ; flcft, to intrude, insinuate. 
einflicf ung, /. insertion. 

einfliegen, v. 1. «. to fly in. 

einfließen, v. i. n. to flow in 
(into ); to influence; gelegentlich 
einfließen lüften, to niake occasional- 
ly mention of , to mention, insert. 

Einflößen/ v. r. a. to instill, pour 
in by drops, infuse; flg., to intuse, 
instill , imbue. 

Cinfloßung,/. Instillation , infu- 
91011. 

ein flu ß, m. influx. flowingimo; 
Söirfung auf etwai, 3emanb , influ- 
ence, interest; Reiben , to influence. 

ein flu (lern, v. r. a. to whisper 
into one's ear, to suggest, inti- 
mate. 

Cinflüfrcrung, /. Suggestion, se- 
er et intimation. 

Cinfobem, v. r. a. to call in, to 
demand , exaet. 

Cinfoberung, /. calling in, exae- 

. tion, 

£ ill folg lief) , adv. consequently, 
aecordiugly. 

einförmig; adj. uniform , mono- 
ton 0118 : — adv. uniformly. 

Cinformigf eit , /. uniformity, 
monotony. 

einfreffen^ v.i.n. to eat, eat inttv 
corrode ; fernen Unwillen, to devour 
one's vexation, bittere Vorwürfe, to 
swallow up bitter reproaclies. 

einfreunben, v.r.a. to ingratiat", 
bring acquainted ; fid), to insinuate 
one's seif into an intimaey. 

e t n.f r i c b i g € n, v. r. a. to hedge in, 
shut up , encircle, enclose, fence. 

einfrieren/ r. i. n. to free ze in, 
, to congeal, to bind (encompass) 

with ice. eingefroren, part. 

tt. adj. icebound , frozen last, 
einfügen, v. r. a. to set into a 
groove. 

einfügen, v. r. a. to put in, insert, 
to join, to dovetail. 

einfuhr,/, import, importation. 

einfuhren, v. r. a. to carry (lead) 
into; to um , hoiue ; SBaaren, to 
import, ftg. einen (Dieb, to impri- 
son, put up; in eine Qefellfcfcaft, to 
intfoduce; gangbar machen, Stoben, 
©ebraucfje, @efe$e, to introduce, 
establish; ber eingeführte ©laube, 

the established fai'rh; in ein 9mt, 
to install, invost, inaugurate; ei* 



nen rebenb , to cite one 1 s own 

words. % 

Sinfu^rung,/. introduetion , im- 

portation. 
Sinfutyrjoll, m. custom on im* 

ports. 

einfüllen, v. r. a. to fill up (in- 
to); in ein 2faß/ to barrel up. 

einfüllung,/. Alling up , barrel- 

liiig up , repletion. 
«eingäbe, /. delivering, delivery, 
presentation ; memoria! presenteü. 

eingang, m. going in, entering, 
entry, entrance ; berSBaaren, im- 
port; inein£au$, eine@tabt u. f. f., 
avenue, entrance, ingress; etnei 

Bluffe*, moutb ; einer «föuftf , pre- 

ludc ; ftg., prelude , preamble, pre- 
liminary; eine* ©ertragt u. f. f., 
introduetion, preface, entrance, 
beginning , prologue. 

eingangfc^lüffel, m. introduc- 
tory key. 

eingeben, v. 1. a. to give in ; et« 
nen Q3ertc^t, to give in a report; 
21 i'Aenei , to give (ad minister) phy- 
sich ; in ben (Sinn geben , to inspi- 

re, to put into mind; toorfaaen, to 
prompt, round, sugjgest, whisper, 
put upon; eine @d)rtft, to deliver, 
exhibn, present; einräumen, to 
consign , transfer , suÜ'er to use. 

eingebildet, a dj. imaginarv ; con- 
ceited , vainglorious , proud. 

eingebtnbe, n. gift , or present 
(in money) to a godehild at the 
cliristening. 

eingebogen, adj. ineurvated , in- 
clined ; crooked , bent ^ foulded, 

vaulted; eine eingebogene 9iafe, flat 

nose. 

eingeboren, adj. only beeotten. 

eingeboren, adj. native ; Die er» 
fren eingebornen, first natives, ab- 
origines ; ba6 Sed)t ber ^ingebor* 
nen fcerfeitjen, to natumlize; 35er» 
Ici^ung bei $\ca)tei ber einaebornen, 

naturalization ; Briefe, bte btcfe< 
SKe^t mitteilen , letters- of natura- 
lization. 

eingebrachte, n. dovnry. 

eingebung, /. inspiration, Sugges- 
tion, prompting; instigation ; bie 

eingebunden meinei 3orn«, the dic- 

tates of my anger. 
e i n g e b e n f, adv. mindful ; fepn , to 

remind, to be mindful of. 
ein gef lei fo)t, adj. incarnate ; etrt» 

gefteifefcter Seufel, devil incarnate. 

eingefroren, f. einfrieren; einge» 

Hoffen, f. cingteien; eingefroren, 
. einfrieren; eingertffen, f. ein» 
reißen; eingeftftltren, f. etnftMei* 
(ben; eingcf^loffen , f. einfließen; 
einaefc^nitten , f. einWnetben; ein» 
jefrrieben ß f. einfe^reiben; etnge» 



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(Einbauen, v. i. a. to hew in» to 
cut — carve into ; auf 3*«ianb / to 
backbite, do one an ill office , re- 
commend liim ill , to disrecom- 
mend; 6etm <£ffen , to fall to. 

(tinfyauig, ad}, what may be cut 

once. 
€ t n \) e fc C n , v. i. a. to lift in , to 

heave into the hinget; to put a 

form into the press. 
Ctn^eften/ v. a. r. to sew in, to 

stitch in. 

€ 1 11 f) € i I e n , v. a. r. to heal in. 

Ctnbetmtfcft, ad}, dorr» est ic, home- 
bred , native ; einbeunifebe Brüte, 
Lome 'poor; eintycimi/cbe tyflanjen, 

indigenous plants ; €inl)Ctmifdj m&* 
ctjeri, to naturalize. 
€in $?i rotten, v. r. n. to marry 
into f tj got into by marriage. 

&int)e\t, /. unity; bic brei (Sinket» 
ten, tlie ihree unities; bö$ reine 
(£in$ , unit. 

Sinket jen ; v. r. «. to put Are in, 
to make fire, heat. 

C i in 1) t i 3 U n g , f. calefaction , heat- 

€ i n ty e 1 f e n , i>. i. a. to help in , to 

prompt, assist, second. 

£infyelfer, m. prompter. 

8 i n I? e l f U n g, /. helping in, prompt- 



*oo (Ein 

Cinj&^rtg/ «<*/. of one year, one 
vear old. 

<2 i n i g , « J;. one , only , sole ; ber 
einige ©ofjn, the only son; ba$ ift 
einig unb allein bie Ur|ad)e, nothing 
but that is the reas.)n; al6 nur ein 
einiger/ but only one; ein einiger 
SBeg, one sole way; einig in feiner 
Äunfi, sole in Ins art ; mit jemanb 
in cuvai einig feyn, to be ot one 

and the same miiid, opinion ; fie 

tuurben einig / they agreed ; wieber 
einig werben, to reconcile; einig 
Utac$en, to make to agree, set at 
one again; einig/ coueordant: — 
pron- some ; einige 9Ral, some tim- 

es; nod) einige; a few; nur einige 
wenige, but some few; einige bitü, 
anbere bai, some tliis, others that; 

einige ber felben, some of them; ei* 

niger SQfajjen, in some measure, in 

some degree; oljne einigen @<baben, 

1 without any detriment, without 
the least damage. 

Einigen, f. vereinigen. 

6inigfeit ( /. unity; Bereinigung 
mehrerer £>tnge,$igenfc$ä- ten, union; 
Ue&ercinfnmmung ber Meinungen, 
be$ 5ötüen$, union, concord, con« 
iunetion, harmony, agreement; feet 
ÖBcfen$, consubstanüality. 

€ i n i g l i <f) , adv. only . solely. 



€ t n $ e i 1 1 g , f. einsaitig. 
Sinbemmen/ v. r. a. ein Kab, to 

skia, to trig a wheel. 

Cin^er/ adv. forth , on , «long ; 
einher ftrofcen, to walk prancing 
along; er6ärm(i($ f to go misera- 
bly clothed , to go ragged. 

Cin^erbflen, v. a. r. to get in 
harvest. 

S i n ^ e ^ e n / v. a. r. to dress , drain, 
break in (dogs for huntine). 

€ t n t) e u e r n , v. a. r. to hire , to 

lodge. 

v. f r. a. to fetch in , to I 

iNitf ^/innit»M . t*\ 'Viani 



s bring in; 
home ; to 
equai, to 

le^en / to 



bie Kanonen, to'haul 
overtake , outrun , to 

match ; einem entgegen 

go to meet , reeeive ; 
timmett/ to collect, gather; Wart)* 
tiä)t f to go and ietch w^ord ; ^f 

mono* gimvittigung/ to obtain one's 

consent. 
€ i n fy r n , n. unicorn , narwkal ; 

eine 2Kuf*efart/ tamhoer's peg. 
Cinbornf ifc^, m. narval. 
€ingufig, adj. onehoofed, solid- 

ungulous. 

ßin^ilHen, r. r. a. to enwrap, 

wrap np , to involve. 
Cinjagen, ?>. r. o. to chase in, to 

drive in; fiuvdjt , to strike w^ith 

fear; <Sd)tcdtn , to inflict terror; 

einen ipunb, to dress a dog for 

hunting. 



<£ i n i g u na , /. f. ^Bereinigung» 

Einimpfen, v. r. a. to inoculate ; 

tl>r tvurben bie @$u$6(attern einqe* 

tmp(t/ she was iuoculated with the 

cowpox. 
Einimpfung,/, inoculation. 
S i n f a u e n / v. r. a. to chew before ; 

einem ttwat , to inculcate , repeat 

over, to explain repeatedly to 

one. 
(£infauf, m. buying , purebase , 

emption. 
Sinfoufen, t». r. «. to buy, pur- 

chase; £e6em5mittet 7 to provide 

yictuals. 
Sinfäufer, m. purveyor, purchas- 

er ; caterer. 
(Sinf ÜU t^gelb, n. purchasembney. 
Einfette, /. channel, hollow; 

Santile, furrow (in a column). 
ute. 
Einfetten, v. a. r. to form into 

hollows, to flute. 
Sinfefyr, f. putting up at an inn, 

turning in ; 3Birtt}{^auä , inn , re- 

sort. „ 

Einfe^ren, v. r. n. to put np'.at 

an inn, to turn in, to stop (at an 

inn); to visit. 
(2 in feilen, v. r. a. to drive in. 
(g i n f e U e r n / v. r. a. to put — keep 

in a cellar; eingefeßert; cellarcd 

up. 
£ i n f e r 6 e n, i>. r. a. to indent, carve. 

noteli, jag. 



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6 in taugen, v. r. a. to wash, to 

steep in ÜQ, to bück. 
€ Inlauten/ i>. r. a. to announce 
by ringing thc townbells, to ring 
the bells ior, to chime , to chime 



in. 



Cinläutung, /. announcing with 

the t >wnbeils. 

€ i n ( e g e m e f f er , n. folding knife, 
clasj'Knife. 

Cinloqen, v. r. «.' to lay — put in ; 
\\\ fiifaSeti SBaffer, to lay — put in 
fresli water; aur SBenra&rung , to 
deposii; in Die £rbe, 2lurifeln, to 

eartli «utriculas ; in @anb, to cover 
with sand; (Surfen, topreserve; 
Sferfcf; in ©fllj, to pickle; in flöein* 
effig , in vinegar ; ©ölbaten, to 
qu-iter; ben (tpeer, to couch rhe 
fprar; allerlei Jiguren in ipofj, SRe« 

tall U. f. f. , to inhy, checker, che- 
quer; eingelegte Arbeit, inlay, in- 
layin/r , checker , checker work ; 
eine Jürbitte, to intercede, put in 

a word for ; ein gute« SBort für ei* 

tien , to engage one's intercession 
in behalf ol some bodv; (£^re, to 
get lionour; ein (Stiicr 5Baare, to 
iold np ; bie 2öaarcn, um ben Saben 
in i?erfd)lie§en / to put m>, take in; 
er f?at fdjon eingelegt; he has put 
up (shut) kis shop. 

€ i n ( e g e r / m. putter in, preserver ; 

^toef , piovine, layer, snoot. 
8 i n l e g U n g , /. laying — putting 

in; inlaying, checkering; inter- 

ceding ; getting ; folding up ; put- 

ting up. 

Cin leimen, v. r. a. to glue in. 

(Einleiten, v. r. a. to indroduce, 
to bring in ; to give a turn to, to 
contrive , to bring about , to ma- 
nage , to soften matter«. 

(Einleitung, /. introdurtion , en- 
tering; jur Einleitung bieneub, in« 
troduetory, preliminary. 

Cinlenten, v. r. a. to put in; ein 

©lieb, to set into Joint: — v. r. n. 
to bend in, turn in ; t>On einer 2lufc 

fdjjroeifung im SKeben, to return to 

the purpose. 

Cinlernen, v. n. to get by heart, 

to learn. 
Stnlefen, v. i. a. to get in, gather, 

make harvest. 
E t n l e tt ä) t e n, v. r. n. to be obvious, 

evident, to come to evidence, to 

be clear. 
€ in lie 6 ein, v, r. «. to ingratiate, 
• bring into favour. 

Einliefern, v. r. a. to bring in, 
deliver, tender, consign, make 
over. 

Einlieferung, /* delivery. 
Sin liegen, v. L n. von ©olbaten, 
to be quartered , to lodge with. 



<£inli$peln, v. a. to wliisper to. 
Sin lochen, v. a. to hole. 

5 i n l o g i r e n, v.r. «. = in eine 5©o&* 
nung bringen, to lodge; i'ogi* nety* 
men, to take lodging; in ein £oat6 
bringen , to get one lodged with. 

E i n fo g t r u n g , /. lodging. 

Einlötet.*, v. r. a. to redeem, re- 
cover; $Renf4)en, to ransom. 

Einlöfung, /. redeeming , redemp- 
rion, ransom. 

(Einlotsen, v. r. «. to solder in, 
to lead. 

6 i n m a d) c n , v. r. a. to put , to lay 
in; in ein fyafet, to pack up; ein 

Q5ucf), to fasten it in the parch- 
mentcover; Jrüd)te U. f. f. , # to pre- 
serve, conserve; S^eifu), 3ifo)e, to 
pickle; Jleifa) bampfen, to stew; 
cen £eig, to knead, work; $)CU, 
to carry hay into a barn ; einge* 
mannte @aa)en, pickles; in Surfer, 
preserves; eingemachte« S^etfcp, pot- 

ted meat. 

S i n m a o) e n , n. preserving , pick- 
Ün^, packing np. 

ß i n m a 9 b i g, ad), to be mowed but 
once a year. 

(Einmahnen, v.r. a. to call in , do- 
rn and, get by deraanding, to claim 
payment, to summon. 

^tnma^nung, /. deraanding. 

S i n m a i f d) t n, v. a.r. to soak (malt 
in water for brewing). 

Einmal, adv. once ; ju tiel auf eint 
mal # too much at once; auf ein« 
mal, on a sudden; no<& einmal/ 

once roore, a second time , over 
again; ein» für ademal, once Ior 
all ; mit einem 3R&1 , at once ; nur 
ein einjige« $Ral, but once; er liebt 
jte, bai tft einmal geivig, he loves 
her, that's true ; einmal ift et glücf» 
ltd>, bat anbere 0Ral tft er unglüc?» 

liä) , at one time he is happy, at 
another he is unhappy ; 00$ tfl 

einmal gen?t§, ba$, this, however, 
is true, sure, thatj, ei wav einmal 
ein 9Rahn, there was once a man; 
freue bir einmal tiox, well, ima- 
gine; \d) tyabe ei niept einmal ge* 

bort, I did not so much as hear 

it; er \)at mir nid)t einmal geant* 

n) ort et, he did not so much as 

answer me ; er befann fta) nid)t eint 

mal, he did not even hesitate. 

Sinmalein^, n. multiplication« 

table. 
(Einmalig, ad], that which is done 

but once f> Single. 
C i n m o n n i f ö), adj. adapted for one 

man. 
Stnmarfen, v. a. r. to border, to 

mark with meers^ones ; to huy, to 

market. 

Sinmarfc6, m. = Sinjug, march- 
ing in 9 entry. 



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Einlangt», v- r. a. 
ticn-p in Ho , to bück. 

einläuten, v. r. <.. 
by ringiug the townbelli, to ring 
the bell» ior, to chime , to chime 

£ i n i ä u ! i: ii H , /. annoancing yrith 

tllo t-vraboll«. 
Kinlegemeffer, n. folding knife, 



SU I r q en, V. r. «. to lay — put in ; 
in iriftM SBaffer, to )*y — put in 
fresh water; jiir Sernjaljriing , to 
depi-m; iuöieSrbe, äurifelii, to 
eaitli aiiriculjii in ©niib, to cover 
with sand; ©urfen, to preserve; 
gfeifeb. in Snlj, tu pickle; in SBJeiiu 
effig, in viiiupar; ©olcattn -, to 
qu.'itsr; ben fe-peer, to cpnch the 
>p-«.-; allerlei Jigurtn in ßolj, SKe- 

Uli ü. f. f., to inln', checker, che 

?aer; eingelegte arbeit, inlay, in- 
lyinR , checker, checkerwork ; 
eine giir&ittc, to intercede, put in 
• word for ; ein gute« SBort für ei* 

nen, to eiigagc one'» intereeltion 
in behalf 0? Mime body; €bre, to 
get lionour; (in ©tütf S&Jiive, to 
iold up; He 2Baarrn, um ben Voten 
j!l uerfdlliffien, to put »p, take in; 
ee bat frhon eingelegt, he hu put 
»p (ihm) hit «hop, 

Einleger, m. putter in, preaervoi; 
etorf, proVine. layer, sWt. 

einlegung, /. Ujing — putring 
in; inlaying, checkering ; inter. 
Ceding; gettlng ; folding up ; put- 



Cinlriitien, v. 


r. a. 


o glue in 


«einleiten, v. 




o indrod 


to bring in; to 


give 


a tuen to 



nage , to lolten matte», 
Cinleitung, /. introdnntien , t 
tefingi jur Einleitung bienenb, i 

troduciory, pteliminaiy. 
€ i n 1 e n ( t n , v. r. a. to put in ; ( 
@!ieB, to set into Joint: — v.r. 



einlernen 

einleren, i 

make l.arv. 

einUitdjte 

einUeYeln 

bring into 

einliefern 

- einliefer 



3 get by hearr,' 
get in, gather, 



bring in, 



ung, /■ delivejy. 
eintieften, v. i. ». von ©olbaten, 
io be quanerod , to ludge with. 



s Sin 

€ i n t i * p e t n , v. u. to whiiper to. 

e i n t o rt) e n , f. a. to hole. 

6 i n l o g i r e n, v. r. a. = in eine ZBob> 
nung bringen, to lodge; l'ogil nelj» 
men, to take lodgjngi in ein Sisqil 
bringen f to get one lodged with. 

ginUgtrung,/. lodging. 

« [ n 1 V | C t: , iL r. ii, to red cern , le- 

oovet; •Dieufibcn, to nmom. 
Bin 16 fun g, /. redeeming, redemp- 



einlctben, 

tu lead. 
einutarben 



, to lolder i 



to put, 10 ley 

. . . T , __> pack up i ein 

Sud), to fasten ic in the parch- 
mentcover; ^riltbte lt. f. f., io pre- 
•erve, conaerve; SUifdj, gifte, to 

fickle; gieifd) bämpitn, to »tew; 
Cn Seig, to knead, work; S}tU, 
to carrv hay into a barn ; cirrge 
nmdite @aeben, picklst; in Sucfer, 
; cingeuiao)tc( Sleiftt), pot- 



einm 
«inm 



djen, 



•»erring, pick- 
> be ruowod but 



Sin mahnen, v.r.e, to call in, Je- 
mand, get by deiuanding, to claim 

€ i n in a I in a n a , f. deniandine. 

(£ininaifd)en, v. ». r. to »oat (malt 

in Witter for brawiny). 

Sinntal, aJu.onca; ju ritt auf ein. 
mal, ich) miich at oute; auf ein* 
mal, on m iiiddcu; noa) einmal, 

agiin: ein > für allemal, once fot 
all; mit einem ffltal, at once; nur 
ein rinlige 1 3Äal, but once; «r lielit 
ße, bat ifr einmal gewifi, be love* 
her, that'a inte ; einmal ift er glüif. 
li* , bat anbere fötal ifi er ungfüef' 

lirt?, at one timo he ii bappy , at 
another he i» unbappy; bai ift 
einmal geivift, bog, thi», however, 
is trno, »nie, iliat; tt war einmal 
ein 9Nann, tlieve wii once ■ man; 
ftelle bir einmal eor, well, ima- 
gine; id> ijafce ti nidjt einmal ge« 
bort, I did not so mnch u hear 
it; er bat mir niebt einmal geant> 
wartet, he did not in rauch at 
amwer nie; er ocfann jta) nttbt ein« 
mal, he did not even heaieatc. 

einmalttni, n. multiplieuion. 
table. 

einmalig, eJj. thet which ii den» 
bnt-bne«, si.igl*. 

einmartttifd), iidj. adipted for one 



>. a. r. to border, 
•ciHonei ; to buy, 



einmarfen, i 
mark with m< 

einmarftt), m.= ein a u<| r narch- 
ing in, Mttjr. 



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Cin a uar tier ung , f. — Smlagc. 
Cung, quartering; noldinrB quar- 

CinquelUn, v. r. a. to water, to 
steep, soak, macerite , lay, dip in 



gatlier, pick 


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coiiniej, to 


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peraui- 


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..; einen ^Jlalj u. f. f., 

isi^n over to; einen @aR, to 
, yicld to — , to allow of , to 
, to own ; gveibril, to allii w, 



; coullgiung o 



allow 
Ein rat 

,„ggO) 

linpire. 

emraimunj,/. uggatuon. _ 
fe 1 1; v e rt) n C rt , jj. r. «. to enter »to 

ilic sJinp accounl; to comprehend, 

(£ i 11 v e t e , f. co ntradiction, excepti- 
on, ohjeetton, remonitronce , co- 

£ i 11 v e b t n, ». r. a. to pertuade upon ; 
SXutl), to encourage, to aiiiioate ; 

id) fann e# ibi:i nidjt einreden , öa& 
fein gveimö ein ^(triiger i(t, t ctg- 
not convince liim ot Iiis friend'* 
bei (ig an impoMo*: — t». r.n. tn 
bie SKrbe fallen, to Interrupt; tili» 
ierfprcäjert, to contradia; gliinpf* 
litt) tatein,' to remonilrate. 
Cin reffen, einreefen, v. a. !.— 
in (Streifen bie ©egel in bie jjöbe 
binCcn, baniit fle weniger SB inö fan« 
gen , to brau 11p (tails). 



in traiiftjafte ©lieber,' t. 

linrti$tn, v. r. *.t 

liver, preaent; — v. 



embrocate. 



ben, to euch (touch) the forefoot 
with. the liinitiüot. 

put on a string ; to lay in Toldl. 
einreißen, t>. r. «. W tear, rend; 

ein @lebau6e ( 1» pull down, demo- 
lish . bieak down. 

einreißen, v. i. n. ü&crbanb neb« 

to encrriM , to g*iu ground , to 
1. .._ -— ,y > to »pread, to ravage, 

ang, f. tearing, rending; 



to bie* 
Äinret 

ei «Teil 



ttenäaun, to break de.wn.bv riding 
oh horsehack; bie Ipferte finb )U 
bein neuen ©eftfcirr nicht eingeritten, 



tlie hoi 



t broke 



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einrenfen, v.r.«. ein Stieb; to 

Itt : prit in) • limb , to inchaae. 

einrennen, t». a. r. to break, bruiie, 
forco open by running agninst. 

einria>ten, v. r. a. ein ©lieb, to 
sot imo joim; ftg. f. orbrten , to 
Order , regulato , direct , adjmt , 
manage . contrive , aecomrnodate, 
lettlf, dispose. conttitiite, compoie, 
put in order; ^br niüfjt bie ®ii<6en 
carnarf) einrichten, yonmuttdiipo*« 
(order, State) matters accordingly t 
eine ©ojrift fo ober fo, to «yl» 
(compoie, frame)a writing in auch 

einrißt er, nt.diipoaer, contriv«r| 

Eon Äitertjen, boncietter. 
Stnridjturtg, / ditpoiition, order- 

ing, nmiiagiiig, contrirance , ar- 

rangement. 
einriegeln, v. r. a. to bolt in — 



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einrtfien, ». < 

einrollen, ». 



1 entry — «n mm* 
. to ingriT« , to 

r. to roll up in ; 

e i n r ft e n , v. r. a. to grow ruity, 

einruefen, t>. r. n. «on Kruppen, 
to marob into, enter upon, to 

einrürfen, v. 1. u. to imert, inter- 

line, 
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einrufen, v. i. a. to « u m. 

einrühren, ». r. a. to minjle. 
bant , aliake, temper, dilute; »alt, 
Störttl lt., toteniper, plaih, beat 
lime, mortar etc.; €i«r, to beat «ggf. 

fi i n $ , «um. onc ; ein j um tat anbete 
fingen, » ting _ »Uernately; et ift 



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€ t n f dj 1 a e n , v. i. a. 10 8 tiike , 
beai, rirlve iiito ; einen "Saget, to 
*" drivs a neu into ; «Ptül)[<, to rnm. 
driveinto; gier, to ba.n ; ©drei, 
be, to gack gri»t, graiii; etnroirftln, 
to euwrap; einen Srief, to inclo- 
■e; JHüben unb bergt. , to cove» 
wilh «and ; StÖÜten, geilfter, to 
Knock, break, bomice open ; ben 
ÄOpf, to heu ono'l brain out; 6« 

beii 9}iiijtevinnen unb @djntibern, 

(ei SPergteifljerr unb Verträgen, tu 
cIjji httids , to give one's content; 
Com ©til}e, to nrik>-, einen Jug. 
fteig , to take a path ; einen Walk, 
10 take into a wood; einen ?Q!ittel= 
Weg, tn purtii« a middling courie; 
eine Ee&entfart, to choose a mannst 
of lilo ; f. geratben, to mccceJ; et 
f(t)lä(|t gut ein, it take» well; feint 
Äinb'er frblagen gut ein, ha ia hap. 
/ py witli Ina children ; nirtjt, to 

CinfeftUger, tn. miner; that U, 
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nfe&tagfeibe, /. »h 
€infc(ilcid)en, »>. f. «. to aneak, 

creep in. into, slide. »lip, «link, 
steal, get in by atealth; ftrf) in je« 
manüti ©unft, to «te*l inlo one'* 

by atealth; in SKen)te, ȧejllfungen, 

»Si n f i) teilt n n g, j. itoaling — «lid- 

ing - sneaking in etc. 
ginfdi leiern, v. a. r. to git-e die 

vol. 
Ein |"rf)te i feil, v. a. r. to bring in 

■ ipo.ii a lledge, Lutdle , or driy. 
Sinfdj leppen, V, a. r. to bring, 

(Sinfrtj liefen, v- 1. n. genau ein» 
treffen , to catch in i ■ — v. i. a. to 
make Catch in; Cerftnlielen, to lock 
tip ; eingefdjt offene £>ünfte, pent up 
Tapout»; etnfperren, to connna; in 
ein JCCojter , to cloiater, inetoiater; 
einlegen, to incloae ; umgeben, to 
inclnae, encompasa; in einer ©rfjrift 
(ine ©teile, to imludein erotehet«; 
eine gefiung, ©tobt, to block up, 

invcit , «UTTOund , environ J mit in 

ettpiiä begreifen , to iuelude. 
Cin fih (i e filidj, ad», inclmlvely. 
Cinfdjliefiung , /. locking up; 

confitiing; iucloiitering; inclosing, 

inclo jure ; iucluding , intlusioii ; 

blocking etc. 
CtnfdMucf en, v. r. a. to «wallow 

up , devour, gulp. 

eiufrljlumtnern, v. r. a. to lay 
aileep ; — - v. r. n. to fall asleep ; 
•"JfisrhmittftgS, to take a nan. 
n f dj iurf tn, v.r. a. to »p, «up. 



einfällt fi, m. incluaion; mit Sin. 

fiiltiß ber Äinber, iucluding the 
, chiidron; Wrief, incloaed Teuer, 

inclomre; $arentbefe, parentlieaia; 

eine« befangenen, conni>ement. 
£in|(f)meidje(n, v.r.a. to inainu- 

ate ; firtj, to iniiuuate one** «elf, 

to cnrcy favour , to cieop into 

eitifrtiiiieidjetnb, ei n f (ö m e inj . 
.levifd), oJj. intinuaüve. 

1 i n f eb in e i d) e t u n a. f. iutinnation. 

einfdjmeifeen, v. 1. a. to break 
down, deatroy, demolisU, 

Stnfdjmeljen , v. r. a. to malt 
down i — v. !. n. to melt, diMolvs. 

einfrhinieben, w. r. a. to enclidn. 

(Et nfrfjmieren, v.r.a. einem Äiube 
ben 'Brei, to put the pap into the 
cbild'i inontb; Eitfdjmieren , to be- 
smear, linear, anoint, ereaie. 

8inf((jmiat}en, t>. r. „. to foul, 
aoil , to inahe dirty. 

SinfcbnaUen, v. r. a. to buckle, 
to tasten with a buckle. 

einfebneibtn, v.i, B .toeut, noteh, 
earve, indem: — v. i. n. tton 8ä» 
ben, to cut; Kamen, to cutj "Srot, 
t" cliipj eingefebnittenef IKinbfleifdj, 
iliced beef; atfdineiBen unb einfu^* 
reu, to cniaud inn. 

Cinfajn eibig, adj. oneedged; (in 
einfeftneibtger 5>egen , backsword. 

cutting, carring, uotcliing; chip. 

pi"g; einet Sdnüffelbartl , tooth; - 

tn (fefttingSioerfen, enibreturei, por- 

thoici; einer £bure, e'ine* Senffert, 

cbanifrettinp. 
S i n f d) n u p f e n, v. a. r. to »nuff in. 
(Ein ra)nüreii, v. r. a. to lace; Ar» 

nie Unb Seine, to pinion. 
Ctnfdjöpfen, ». r.n. to dmr from, 

io ponr in , to 611 , to »coop. 
Sinfebr anten, v. r. a. to bound, 

limit. c.nfine, re.tiaiii. atint; fei. 

ne Segterben, to check, repreu, 
keep in; fid} auf etmal, to reitrain 
nnc'i »olf to; auf febr wenig ringe* 

fcfiräntt fetlll, to bs rcduced to a 

amall pittauce; ein ein gefdj ranfter 

Äopf, a airrow geniu*. 
(Einfitjränfung, f. limitation, con- 

niiement, leitriction, compit], in. 

cloaure. 
einfdjraulJen, v. r. lt. i. a. to 

Cinfdireif en , v. a. r. to fright, 

to atnttle, to terrify. 
Uinfdjreibegelb,n. entranc«- 

tStnfd>reiben, v. t. a. to enter, 
write in (down}, to book, polt, 
note ; fto) , to enter ono'a own 




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- - einen Waget, to 

pii into; «Pfähle, to ram, 
a; gier, to beat; ©«rei- 
te, to »ack griat, grain; einicicfeln, 
to enwrap; einen ©rief, 10 inclo- 
te; Silben unb bergt. , to covei- 
with »and ; J-bttien, Senfret, to 
knock, break, bounce opcn ; bett 
ÄOpf, to beut one'a btain out; bei 
ben SRäbterinnen unb töiftnei&ern, 



bei ^terflleidjen unb Verträgen, t* 
clap tinndi, to give one'a consent; 
com ©lirje, to »trik>-, einen gug. 
fteig, tu iake » path; einen SBiilb, 
to take into a wooJ; einen SXittel" 
»tn, 10 purrue a rniddljug course ; 
eine ScGenfart, to ehoose a mannet 
fif lue; f. gevotllttl, to aneeeed; tt 
Qblägt gut ein, it taket well; feine 
Sinter fdilacjtn gut ein, he is hap- 
/ py witli lug childrea ; nidjt, to 

eirif (Öliger, in. nüner; that f« 
lliomi or pile* np wo od ; asaitei 

«i°nf*Uflfetbe # /. »hoowilk. 

eitifdj Ictflj en, v. i. n. to ineak, 
creep in, into; slide, slip, (link, 

steaf, get in bv etcalth; fidj ti 

uianbt« ©unfl, to »teal into c 

byttealth; in Kerbie, ©efi$ungen, 

Sinfdjleinjung, /. »tealing — »lid- 

ing — aneaking in etc. 
Cinftb feiern, v. a, r. to give die 

Sinfrbleifen, v.u. r. to bring in 

lipon a aledge, Lurdle , or dray. 

2t nf i) leppen, v. s. r. to bring, 

ginfrij ließen, v. f. n. genau ein» 
treffen, to catcb in :. — v. i. a. to 
jnakeCatcli in; Cerfrfiliegen, to lock 
np; eingefdj [offene IDiinfte, pent up 
vapours; etnfperren, to connne; in 
(irtÄlojter, to cloiater, incloitter; 
einlegen , to inclose ; umgeben , to 
inclose, oncoropaia; in einer ©c&rift 
(ine ©teile, to indude in crotclieta; 
eine geftung, ©taSt, to block up, 
invest. Surround , environ ; mit in 
etwaü frf greifen , to iuelude. 

ff in fri) li efjliifc, adu. iiidniivoly. 

ftinfdj liefsu ng , /. locking up; 

coiifining; iucloiltering; inclosing, 

inclosure ; including , iaclulion ; 

blocking etc. 
Sinfdjlutfen, u. r. n. to awallow 

up, devour, gulp. 
€in fcfi luinmem, v. r. o. to lay 

atbep : — v. r. n. to fall aaleep ; 

•Dtaefimtttagi! , to take a nag. 
Cin f(h t ijr f en, v. r. a. to sip, «up. 



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t£inf*lu6, m. incloiioni mit ein« 
f*lu6 ber Sinber, including Uie 
.children; ©rief, tnclosod Xetter, 
incloture; ^Jarenlbefe, parentheaia; 
eine« ©efangenen, coniliiement. 

Sin fd> meid) elll, f. r.a. to inain u- 
ate j fiiij, to intinuate one't «elf, 
to curry l'avour, to creep into 

ff i n ( rfi in e i i) 1 1 n b , e i n f (6 ni e i rtj « 

.ItriftTj, n,/;. inainnative, 
<£ i tt f rti ni c i * e 1 u n g, f. inainuation. 
<etnfdjmei6en, v. ,. a. to break 

down, deatroy, demolisk. 
einfcönie (Jen , p. r. «, to melt 

down : — v. i. n. to melt, dissolvn. 
Stnfcbtniebcn, v . r. m. to enchain. 
«inf*.nieren y v.r.«. einem Äinbe 

ben Sret, to put the pap into tlic 

child'a ruoutb; 6efdjmiereii , to be- 

smear, amear, anoint, greaae. 
Sin fd) m uijen, v, r. a. to foul, 

lOil, to make dirty. 
8iiif<*nolltn, v. r. a. to buckle, 

to Ins tan witli a buckle. 

S i n f d> n e t b e n, t> . i. «. to cut, noteh, 
carve, indem r — v. t. n. Von 8«* 
ben, to cut; 9tamen, to cut; 'Si'ot, 
to cliipi eingefrhntttrnc^ SSinbReif*, 
iliced be«f; obf(f)ntibeii unb etnfüb* 
ren, to c»t and'inn. 

«infebneibtg, adj. oneedged ; ein 
cinfdjneibtger Segen, backsword. 

einftbnttt, m. meition. . incUtire; 
cutling. carving. notcliing; cliip- 
ping; eine! ©ftlüffelfcurtl, tooth; - 
in <?tining$ werfen, embtazur«», por- 
tholei; einer Zt)ütt, eine* Senftert, 

cbnmfrettine. 

€ i u f * n u p f e n, *-. a. r. to muff in. 
giiifrtjnuren, v. r. «. to lace; %t* 
nie unb ©eine, to pinion. 

fdjopfen, v.r.*. to draw trom, 

i, itint; feia 

ne ©f gierten, to clieck , repress, 
keep in; fid) auf etwa*', to reatrain 
ont 1 » «elf to; auf febr wenig einge» 
fdjränlt fenn, to be reduced to * 
■mall pittmee; ein ei ngefd) ranfter 

ÄOPt", ■ narrow genina. 

fi t n f tij r ä n f u v fl, /. limitation, con- 
nnement, reatriction. corapaaa, in- 
cloaure. 

ginfe&rauben, v. r. u. i. a. to 

Sinfefetecf *n , v. a. r. to feight, 

to atartle, to teirify. 
Äinfdjrcibegelb,". enrranee- 

Sin fd) reiben, v. i. a. to enter, 
'a (down), to hook, poat, 
ft<b , to enter one'e o wn 



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€infperren, v. r. a. to lock (pen) 

up, to confine, liem in, inclose ; 

eine (Btabt, to environ, block up, 

invest , Surround. 
€infperrung, f. locking up, con- 

finement, hemming in. # 
€infp innen, v. a. /. to spin in 

among, to mix by spinning. 

ßtnfpredjen, v. i. a. to hmt, in- 

timate; 9Ktltr}, to encourage, in- 

spirit, animate, hearten : — v.i.n. 

6et ^ewonben, to call on, at, in; 

barcin fpreä)en, to Interrupt , fall 

in, oppose. 
€ i n f p r e n g e n, v. r. a. to besprinkle; 

to uvarble (a book's edge). 
€ in fpri n g cn , i>. «. i. to break 

(destroy) by jumping; to Jump, 

to leap in. 

&'\\\ fpii^ett, einfprwfcen, v. r. «. 

to spout iyto, inject, »iringe. 

€ i n f p"r i $ u n g, £ i n f p r ü fc u n g, /. 

injeetion , siringing. 

Ctnfprild)/ m. proiestatiou, Oppo- 
sition, Interruption a^ainst a niar- 
riage or sale, contradiction agaiust 
bans. 

€ t n fr, adv. once. one day, one time. 

€ i n fl a 11 e n, v. r. a. to put into the 

stable. 
€ t n fr a m p f C n , v.r. a. to ram, beat, 

stamp in. 
<£ i n ft a n b , m. entrance , enny in 

an oflice, or in the rights of a 

purchaser; gefcen i to pay the cu- 

stom . or duty. 

€ i n fl a n f c r n , v. «. r. to All with 

stink , to infect the air. 
Sinflältfcen, v. r. a. to sprinkle 

wir.h dust. 
€ t n fl e et) c n, v. i. a. to pierce, prick, 

puneture; im Äartenfpief, to trump; 

\ce\vhvti , to stand ofF. 

€ i n fr e d) e r , m. a piece of timber 
employed to remplace a removed 
futtock. 

Cinflecf en, r. r. «. ben Segen, to 
put up; in bie £afcr)e, to put into 
the pocket; einen SBer&rec&er , to 

clap up in prison ; bie 5j>6rner, to 
pull in one'« horns ; einen @d)impf, 
to put up, pocket an affronl, swal- 

low a pill; einjlecfenbe* (lapiuil, 

stock in trade. 
Stnfted*fa)(0§, n. morticelock. 
€ t n fl e 1) e n , v. i. n. to answer , be 

answerable, be accountable ; für 

CtUoaS, to answer for, undertake 

for. 
€inflef}(en, r. i\ a. to eteal in, to 

enter privately. 

€ in freigen, v: L n. to step in, 

jnonnt in, get in, into; ilt eine 

^•itfcfte, to take coach ; tn ZXti 

fiiff, to take ship, to embark. 

nfleUen, v. r. a. to put (tet) 



into ; in ben ©tpfl, to put into tht 
stable; SeberütC^, to cage poultry 
on aecount of iattening ; flg./ to 
leave off, discontinue , defer , put 
off, delay , quit, abandon ; Die 
SeinbfeCigretten , to forbear hostili- 
ties; fid) f to appear, 10 come; flu) 
ttneber , to returu , come back 
again. 
S t n (l e U U n g , /. pivtring (setting) 
into; capng ; leaving off; ber 
geinbfeligf eiten , cessation of hosti- 
lities. 

€in(len, einflen«, f. einfjr. 

Sin (l ig, adj. future, that is to be. 

Sinpimmen, v. r. n. to join in; 
ftg./ to consent, agree, correspond. 

Stnjltmmig/ adj. of — with one 
voice; flg., unanimous; correspon- 
dent : — adv, unanimously ; fcptt/ 
to agree, consent, to mit. 

S t n fl p f e n, v. r. a. to stuff, cram. 

fill. 
S t n }T £ e n f v. i. a. to thrust (push) 

iu; einen 93fat)[, to drive a srake 
Jnta; <Pult?er, to ram in; gerftre« 

d)en, to break; fiä) einen ©plitter, 

to run a «iplinter into. 
8 i n ft r t % c& e n , v. i. a. to strike 
into; toem Äinbe ben Q5rei, to put 

the pap into the mo^tli of a child; 
®e(b / to take in , put up , sweep 
in; mit ber Seite, to cut — strike 
wirh a nie, to make cttts or strokes 
with a flle; id) iDttt ei it)m einftvcu 
d)€Ttß 1*11 make lüm pay for it, 
gire it him double. 

<Z i n fl'r e u e n, v.r. a. to strew, sow, 
spread , scatter into ; 33emerfungen, 

to intersperse. 
S t n fl r e tt U n g / /. interspersion , 

ca8'ing in. 
S i n ft Ü cf e n / v. r, a. to sew a piece 

in. 
S i n fl d r m e n / v. r. n. to rush in, 

to run down by an assault, to 

rush upon , to storm at. 
€ i n fl U r J , m. falüng down , ruin, 

fall , decay. 

€ t n fl ü r 3 e n , v. r. n. to fall down, 

fali to ruin , tumble down : — 

v. r. c. to fall on , upon. 
Cinfltt) eilen, adv. in the mean, 

for a while , roeanwhile. 
SinfubeCn, v. r. a. to soil, sully, 

dirty , foul. 

C i n f t; i b i g , «J/. monosyllabical ; 

ein einfplBtge^ 5Bort,- a monosyl- 

lable 
Eintägig, adj. ephemeral, epheme- 

ric; eintägige^ wehe*, eintägige! 
Jnfect , epnemera. 
Sintaud)en ; v. r. a. to dip, steep, 
immerge, to plunge (dive) into; 
bie JÖanbe in 03 (ut, to embrue one's 
hands in blood. 



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Einweihen, v. r. a. to consecrate, 

inaugurate, initiate. 
E t n W ti £ U n p , f. consecration , in- 

auguration, Initiation, bonediction, 

Ordination. • 

Sin reifen, v. /. a. ein JJimmer, to 

sh.>w into; ein 2lmt, to introduce, 
initiate , install. 

Etnwenben, v.r. u« 1. «. to ob- 
jeer , except , oppose , reply ; man 

wenbet niajt^ ein, no objeetion ii 

made. v 

Einwenbuna, /. objeetion , ex- 

ception , reply. 

Einwerfen, v. i. «. to cast, throw 
in; fluchtig einnähen, to sew into 

witli wide stitch'.s; gweifel U. bgl., 

to objeet; einwarf werfen, to 

throw in, to cast (break, throw, 
pull; down; ein $}a\X$, to abate, 
demoliah ; Jenfter, to bruise, break. 

Einwerfung, /. thro wing in, cast- 
ing in. 

£ tnwiefefn, v, r. a. to enwrap, 
WTap np , involve , envelop , m- 
fold; ein jtinb, to swathe, swaddlc; 
©ift im Körper, to sheath poison; 
benrtefetn, to intangle," engage, 
intermeddle , involre. 

E i n iv i d? c I u tt p , /. en wrapping etc. 
swathing; embarking etc. 

E i n tt> i e p e n , v. r. «. to rock , lull. 

£ in wiegen, v. n. to weigh in. 

Einwilligen, v. r. a. to consent 
to , to a*s«?nt , perniir. 

E | n W t C l 1 9 U n g, /. consent, ästen t. 

Einwinbetn, v. r. «. to wirap up ; 
einwicfeln, to swathe, swaddJe. 

Einwinbetung, /. wrapping up» 

«war hing. 
Einwintern/ t». r. a. to keep to the 
wimer; e$ wintert ein, it grows 

winter. 
C t tt W t r f e n , v. r. a. to work in, 
to inweave, inreeweave, interlace; 
auf einen , to influence npon. 

EinWtrfunp,/. inweaving, inter- 
veavin^;, interlacing; influence, 
Impression. 

Ein w obn en,*t;. n n. to lodge; er 
bat fiep eingewohnt, he is nxed in 
his habitatiou; einWO^nenb , inha- 
bitant. 

Einwohner, m. Einwohnerin, 

./. inhabitant. 

E i n w l l e n, v. /. n. to intend to go 
in; bat will mir ntcf>t ein, it won't 

go down with me. 

Einwühlen, v. r. ß . to bury in 

the ground. 
E t n tp u r f ; m. objeetion , contra- 

diction ; machen , to raise (make) 

objeetion* , oppositions. 
(Einwurzeln, r. r. a. to root, take 

root; pon @ewobn$eiten , to inve- 

terate; ein tief eingewurzelte* SJor» 



urt^eiC, a prejudice fast riveted in 

one's mintf. 
€ i n W U r 5 e C U n p, /. rooting, taking 

root; inveteration. 
Einzahlen, v. r. a. to count in; 

biet mit eingesagt, this comprised 

within. 

Einza&nen, einza&nen, v. r. «. 

to indent. 

Einzäunung, Stnsa^nung, /. 

indentation , indent. 
Sin zapfen, v. r. «. to tap in, 

draw out into; einen Rapfen ein» 

paffen, to mortise. 
E t n z ä u m e n , u. r. «. to bridle in. 
Einzäunen, i>. r. a. to euclose , 

fence in , to hedge in. 
Sinz&ununp,/. inclosure. 
Einzeichnen, v. r. a. eine 5JCume, 

to draw upou ; einf4rei6en , to en- 
ter into, pen down, note , write 
down, in, inscribe. 

Einzeln, einzet, ad}. Single, in- 
dividual; einzeln flebenb, isolatcd, 
exposed; t'\n Einzelner, an indfvi- 

dual, single man; er lebt einzeln, 

lie lives by bimself, keeps a Single 
life; einzelne* ©elb, small money; 

bie einzelnen $uncte, the minuu-s: 
— adv. iingly , one by one , only, 
solcly. 

Cinzelrec^t, n. sole right, prero- 
gatire. 

Etnzelwefen, n. individual. 

Einziehen, im*, a. to draw in ; lit 
©CpCl, to draw in, für], fold , 
wrap together; b'te 1&e\n€~, to 
double 0110*8 legs ; ©elfc , to take 
in. to call in, to collect, gather; 
pefanplioV, to take up, to arrest» 
seize; eine ^Befolbunp, to discon- 
tinue ; tic £)6rner, to pull in one's 
horns, to »Lrink back; bic pfeife, 
to sprakin a lowerstrain; per« 
fallene Quter, to confiscate, seize; 
Erfunbipunp, to make inqiiiry, to 
in form one's seif; lufanuwn'iuf)* 
en, to take in, lessen , abTidge; 
Pout %i\d) , to shrinji; einfe^ranf^n, 
to resirain ♦ repress , retrench , Li- 
mit; einfattpen, to s*ik in, in- 

spire , respire , draw in ; cingeZO» 
gen, confucated; redred, compos« 
ed , sober, discreet: — v. i. n. to 
enter; Einzug f) alten, to make one's 
enirance; in ein fyüüi , to enter 
into a nevv Jodging; POn $eu$tip» 

feiten, to soak. 

Einziehung, /. drawing in ; tak- 
ing in; pu Hing in; arrestinß; con- 
fiscating, confiscation ; thrinking; 
restrainmg. 

Einzig f odj. only, single, alone, 

bin one; einzig in feiner Art, un- 

paralleled. unprecedented : — adv, 
einzig unb allein/ only and solely, 
purely, simply. 



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peracdeaa. 
<&itfeU>, n. icy pUin, floe, field 

tilfUrfcV/ /■ great flake of ice. 

eüform^icemonid. 

eifgang, m. driving, brceking. 
(Wint; of ice; auf ©röttrnnbffnfci 
rern, Erst lining of the buw. 

Siägebirge, n. ridge of icy moun 



C i I g r a u , adj. boary. 

<2HqTube, f[ iceliouae, icopiU 

<£itpotl, n. ironvrood. 

«tfig, o<i;. icy. 

«t (f Alt, adj. *t cold in ice, frozen. 

2 i l te ff ei , m. pan, copperveatel 

for cooline liquor in ice. 
€i«fluft, 7- = ®ouiiifro(hifi, froat- 

cleft. 
(£ 1 1 1 1 1t f t i 9 , od/, froa tcleft. 
6i* traut, n. iceplant. 
(EÜCauf, nt. ranning on tlie ice, 



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€ t ( P f a t» 1 , m. iceiuke > icepalt 
(tat broaking the force of thc ice 
Hake*). / 

€i>f Pflug, oi. iceplongh. 

giäpiinit, »i. freeiine uoint. 

Sithattf. icww, 

ei*f*D !(«,/. Bake, piec*of jef. 
ei*f*ul), di. scatei auf ffileftbu&eH 

laufen, to slide with Seite«. 

«2i*fporn, m. froatnail. 

fciStcpf, m. icecellar. 

GiSpOrtrl, i». halcyou, k ine fish er, 

«»»•Tfec, n. icewater. 6 

(St( tu er in utl), »i.iilky vrormvrood. 

«igjacfe, CSiSjapfe, m. icicle. 

eitel, B./). mm, pure; Co war d. 
Ul S«i!be, 'bere w.is nolhing bin 
joy; eitfl ®rot, dry bread; ((«, 
Uli, vain, friTOloiiti , iriHing, r.hi- 
rnerical; terganqlld), idia, perisli- 
able, corruptible , tranaitory; 6(111 
■Jhilje, ber Bigenliete, bei« tobt er« 
Qtbtn, rningloriom , conceited, 
- aelfconceitedi — ad», roerely. pü- 
rely, qujte, nothing butt idlyl 
frivoloutlv, triflingly, cnimericil- 
lyl periahably, comiptibly , trän- 
•itortlyl vaiiily, elonoualj-, con- 
caitedly, aelfconceitedly. 

eitelfeit,/, idjeneia, vanity, fri- 
yolily, selfconceicedneis. 

€tter, n. matter, pua, coiruption, 
aloiigh. 

Cttcrecntt, /. bile, abiisss, im- 
potiumo, Bore, botch. 

eiter6(atter, /. ptmule, bliater, 

whe.il . pimple. 
Sittrflug, a. luppniaüou, uleer, 
ruuning »or«. 



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Siterfrafi, m. corroiive ulcer. 
SHericbt, adj. like matter, pua. 
eiterig, adj. pitruleut, mattery. 
eitern, v. r. a. to matter, anppu- 
rate, fester, impoititmate, grovy 

SiterfiDtf, m. kornel of mppura- 

Äiterung,/. feitering, mattering, 
anppu ratio», impöitumabon, grow- 

IJIPete, "■ glaire, white of an egg. 

«f«I, oi. nau»eon*ne»i , loathing, 

dlitaafei bor gtmtfFin Srtcn von 

©PC i feil , ctilguat, avorsion ; ein 

bober SroB btf geifiigen abf*eu*, 

fibertri ebene !Dclicateffe, »ijMeamiah- 
>ifij ; etd ernetfen , to create dis- 

gilat , cause iqueauiiiliness , make 
loatbing. 
tf ei, adj. etil ertPecfetlb, naiiseom, 
loatliaome, disgustfiil , diatanefnl. 
repngnant, rh.uvkiih ; €'(( cinpftn« 
beut, naitaealing, sqneamiali, losih- 
ber nirflt aBe* (fit> aqiteamith; 
;rif(fe, ciceptiona, niee, par- 
ilar; euer 0ef<bma<f, faatidiout 
tiate ; — adv. nauseoualr ■ loatli- 
ingly; di.taatefuily, mawkiahly ; 

efclToft, lif;. u. «Jp. f. efef. 
etelHftigfeit,/. loatbiomenaaa, 

efelig, adj. a'. adt: f. e(et. 

Stein, v. t. n. erel ertoetfen, to 
loathe, diaglut, diataaiei <&Ut tm* 
pfinben, io irauaeata, loatne. 

efelname, m. aickname, mock- 

efliptff,/. = eonnen&ä&n, volip- 

«flöge, /. = $irtengebic$t, ^irlen. 

lieb, eclogue. 
e I a g 1 1 i t a t, /. — Sebertraft» @paiin« 

fiatt, @a)neDtraft, elatticity. 
euflifo), aJj.s= febertraftta, fpdnn. 

ti-Jftict, fifcncUfraftia, eUatic; da« 

fiifdic ©djnatlen, htchett. 
eibe,/. Elbe, 
eibcgen, m. e'bow. 
eiegte,/. == ÄlaggeStit, elegy. 
eiegifd), of//. = traurig, elegiae. 
eieftritität, f. electricity. 
eieftriffb, adj. electric; 8« rief- 

triff&e €toS, electric ihock. 
eteftriftren, i-, r. *. to electrify. 
glef tri firm afdjine, /. electrica! 

eiement, ». =; ertinbbefranbrteit, 
erunbfloff, «rfloff; kiebEingfbefcbäf- 

tiguiia, Clement. 

eieinentatfftb, adj. = uranfängn 
lia), eleincntary, elemantal. 

eieiniftrauch , m,' elemibearin£ 
poitontTee, caralüülii wlüte aiuy. 



t(tn, Clfnb, itffnt, Clcnti 

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ttufr t i ti t in , aJj. ivory. 

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Ctttp fehlen/ r. 1. a. to commend, 
recommend; t$ tvili mtcfc empfef)* 
tcn / I will take my leave. 

ßmpfefytUlig, /. commendation, 

recommeudatioti ; einem feine €m* 
pfefylung madjen, to present one's 
con«pliments to one. 

€: m p fe b l h n g < & r i e f / m. letter of 

recommeudation. 

€mpfe&tung$»urbtg/ ß^;. re- 

commendable. 
€ m p f t n b b a r , adj. perceptible , 

sensitive , sensible : — adv. sensi- 

bly. perceptibly. 
Cn}pftnbbarteit, /. perceptibi- 

hty. 
8 m p f t n b e C e t / /. shew of sensibi- 

lity, false sensibility, sentimenta- 

JtV. 

6mpftnbe(n, v. r. n. to affect sen- 

sibili' y 
ßmpfinben, v. 1. a. to feel, per- 

ceive; to be sensible; Übel ncl)» 

tuen, to take ill , arniss. 
€ m p f t n b C i d) , adj. sensible ; jart 

ton ^mpßnbun^/ delicate, nice; 

leirfjt 5U reiben; irritable, touchy, 

ticklisli, apt 10 take fire; bcr jjan* 

belifr mir fe&r cmpftnMid), the bu- 

•iness affects me very mach: — 

fltir. sensibly, nicely. 
Cmpfinb (i(pf eit, /. sensibility; 

irritabilitv. 
Cmpfinbfant/ adj. sentimental. 
<£mpfinb famfeit, /. sentimenta- 

lity , sensibleness , sensibility. 
€ in p f i n b U n g / /. feeiing , percep- 

tion , Sensation ♦ *ense. 
Cmp^afe, /. = ^acfcbrucf, empha- 

sis. 
€mpirie, /. = ßrfa&rung, empiri- 

cism. 

Cinpirtfer, m. = <8rfa$rling, em- 

piric. 

' € m p i r i f c$, adj, = erfahr fuc^ttg, em- 

pirical: — «rfv. empirically. 
€ tti p r , ö^y. on high , upwards, 
aloft; bringen, to raise, bring up; 
jebeit/ to rise; halten, to keep up; 
>eoen, to lift; pelfen, 10 help up; 
rotnmen / to rise , ttirive , grow, 
come up; fcfcttfeben, to soar ; fleta 
gen / to rise , Step up , upwards ; 

«raten , to flame fonh ; tragen , to 

bearup; treten/ to rise; n?a$fen, 
to crow up; Wollen, to tend on 
high , upwards. 

S m p 6 r e n / v. r. a. to rebel , stir, 
raise, rouse ; fid), mutiny, to rise 
up, or against, to niake insurrec* 
tion, to revolt , move sedition. 

€ m p p re n b , adj. revplting. 

Cltip6rer /( m. mutineer, rebel. 

Cmporerifo), adj. mutinous, se- 
ditious : — adv. seditiously. 

CmporCirc^e/ /. churchgallery, 
lobby. 



ßtfrporung,/. mutiny, insurrec- 
tion, rebellion, sedition, uproar, 
revplt. 

Smfig, adj. active, busy, assiduous, 
diiigent , seJuions , industrious , 
eariiqst: — adv. actively, assidu- 
ously, sedulously, industriously, 
earnestly. 

Smfigfeit, /. assiduity, activity, 
industry ,. application , eagerness, 
earnesrness. 

Cncuf lopabie, /. = tfunfl* unb 
SD i|Ten6in begriff, cyclopaedia. 

ßnbabfi$t/ /. aim , eud , Anal de- 
sign. 

Snbbefc^eib, m. f. <2nburt$et(. 

^nbe, n. end; &u bem €nbe, to that 
purpose ; et aeijt mit itym au <£nbe, 

Le is in a deciiuing vray ; picl, end 
term; am <£n& ber %M f at tlie 
end of the world, at tiie consum- 
matioii of the world; bää Aufierfte 
€nbe/ extremity; an allen Orten 
unb Snben, everywhere; gegen bat 

(Enbe, towards ^the end; JU ^nbe,. 

at the end ; feinem <£(enb ein ^nbe 

macben« to put an end to one's mi- 

sery; oie &Qd)t am rechten (Snbe 
angreifen/ to eo the right way to 
work; am Snoe, after all. 

€ n b e ( i rt) / adj. active , assiduous, 
industrious, earnest; ^urtig, hasty, 
speedy : — adv. actively. assiduous« 
ly etc., speediiy, hastily. 

Snben, v. r. n. to end, to come 
to an end: — v. r. a. to end» 
finish, terminate, conclude, ab* 
solve , achieve. 

SnberCing; m. f. Engerling. 

<£ n b t g [ e n, v.r.a. U. n. to end, finish* 

terminate, couclude. 
^ n b t ^ U n g , /. endinß , hnishing, 

termination , conclusion , consum- 

matio*, accoroplishing. 
(Snb.ttote, /. endive, suecory. 
(£ 11 b f ü r 5 u n g , /. apocope. 

5 n b l i d), adj. ber (Dauer naä), finite ; 
bat Ut^te, last; 5Uin ^efcfclug, final; 
— adv. nnitely; finally; at last, in 
nne, at length, in the end, when 
all is done, when all com es to alL 

dtnblid)t eit/ f. ftniteness. 

(S W bl 1 1 adj. infinite , eudlest. 

6 n b f d) a f t, /. end , issue , fine , ter- 
mination , period. 

Snbfptbe/ % final syllable , termi- 
nation. 

£ n b U n g , /. ending , Hnishing , ter- 
minating, termination, concludiug, 
conclusion. 

(Snburfacbe//. final cause. 

£nburtfyei(/ n. final ( definitive, 
decisive) sentence. 

Snbji el, n final aim. 

^hbjttJecf, m. end, design» «im, 
purpose» scope, inten tion, pro- 
spect. 




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iänilF*fii-(i(tf/ii, /. .np.tiluoui. 

Hmtlitttm t ■ /. -- btftitm, m 
bi>i , • > . 

niwiaon; tl UNRl 
nittiC nilbvtrn. Im "t-H »nl-T^il t 
hiaffl Wlrjifc, 1 
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in h» i!p! ■ ■ 
Ifnlri neun«), /. d«lir«r*(irei de. 

4nttint>tinn*fui1p, /. mUnrif»- 
KUMI tttftJnK« 

C n 1 1 1 ii ( 1 r r i! . 11: r. 0. 10 unWre, 

<f tl Iblrtllll, H. F. rc-ipr. in ro«k» 

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nej; ein tanb ton 55erüo$nern ent« 

blofen / to dispeople. 
Cntblofiung, /. drawing, baring, 

demidation ; depriying of ; dispeo- 

pling. 
Entbrannt, ad;, incensed, inßamed. 
Entbred)en, v. i. recipr. to for- 

' bear; id) fann intc^ nidjt ehtbrectyen, 
I cannot forbear, I cannot but. 

Entbrennen, v. i. n. to inflaipe, 

kindle. biirn. 
fifttbunben, adj. delivered. 
Entbürben, v. r. a. tö'disbuxden, 

unbtirthen , unload. 
Ent bürgern, v. r. a. to disfraa- 

chise. 
Entbürgerung, /. disfranchise- 

jrient. 
Entbecfbar, adj. discoverable : — 

adv. discoverably. 
£ntbe<fen, v. r. a. to uncover, dis- 

cover, bare« denude . denudate; 

ftg., gewähr roerben, to discover; ei* 
ne verborgene @ac$e befannt machen, 

to discover, disclose, reveal, open, 

publish, declafe, detect; fein ijerj, 

to break oiie's mind to. 
fintbecPer, m. discoverer, detecter. 
Sn tbeef un$, /. uneavering, disco- 

very; detecting, detectiori. 

Ente, "/. duck; f. Sfente u. f, f. 

Entehren, v. r. a. to dishonour; 

begrabiren / 1 to degrade ; ein $rau* 

enftimmer, to dishonour, deflour; 

fca$ $ei(ige, <£t)xtvi\rbi$e , to pro- 
fane. 

Cnte^runa/ /. dishonouring ; de* 

grading, Degradation; deflouring. 
Cnterbetl/ n. poleaxe. 
Enterben, v. r. n. to disinl*erit, 

exheredate. 
Enterbung ,/. disinhe? iting , ex- 

heredating, exheredation. 
Cnterbafen, m. grapnel,.grapple, 

sheerhook. 
Enterlute,/. scuttle upon tlie fo- 

recastle and Quarterdeck for a re- 

treat by boarding. 
Entern/ v. r. a. to. board, to grap- 

ple. 
Enterung,/, boarding, grappling. 

E n t f a i) r e n, v. j. «. to slip, escape \ 
ftg., von Porten, £6nen, to blurt 

(rap, slip) out; flu) entfahren; laf^ 
en , to let slip ; eine Sfeufierung, to 

drop a hint. 
Entfallen, v. i. zu to drop (slip, 
pop, fall) out; e$ entfiel t&m ber 

QÄUtbi he lost bis courage; £U$ 

bem ©eba4)tniffe 4 to slip out of 

memory. 

Entfalten, «. r. 3. to. unfold, dis- 

play, unplait. 
Entfärben, v. r- <*• to discolour, 

taraish; ff d^ ^ to phauge colour; 
um klaffen, to turn .pale ; jum SRo* 
tjcn < to bluih. 



Entfärben, n. changing colour, 
discoiouring, growingpale, blush- 
ing. 

Entf&r6ung,./. discoloration. 

Entfernen, v. r. a. to remove, put 
(send ) away ; flcfj , to withdraw ; 

Jörn regten ffiege, to deviatc; ent* 
ernt, distant, remote; entfernte 
Urfatfce, remote cause; flefc entfernt 
galten , to keep at a distance ; ftg,, 
to deviate, leave. 

Entfernung, /. removing , re- 
movaJ , remotion; withdrav^ing ; 
deviating; eine^ Orte^, distance, 
remoteness. 

Entfeffeln, v. r. a. to unfetter; 

bon SÖorurtbetlen entfeffett , free 

irom prejudices. 
Ent fiebern, z>. a. r. to unplume. 
Entflammen, •». r. a. to inflame. 
Sntfle^t^n, v. i. «. to extricate, 

disentanele irom. 
Entfleiftyt, ad!;, fleshless. 
Entfliegen, v. i. ix. to fly away; 

to escape. 
Entfliegen, v. i. n. to &y 9 run 

( scamper ) away , escape , get off, 

to take to one's heels. 

Entflie§en, v. i. n. toflow, to 

Tun off, to gush down, burst from. 

Entfluc^ten, f. entfliegen. 

Entfremben, v. r. a. to alienate, 

estrange. 
E n t f r e m b U n g ,/ /. alienation, 

estranging ; estrangement. 
Entfuhren, v r. a. to carry away, 

off, run away witli; ein grauen» 

nimmer, to ravish, commit a rape 
upon a lady, virgin etc. Ainber, 
to kidnap, spirit (snatck) away 
children. 

Entführer, m. ravisber; kidnap - 
per. 

Entführung, /. rape, ravishing; 
kidnapping. 

Entgangen/ p. -p. escaped. 
Entgegen, praep. against; ge^en, 

to meet, to corne (go) to xneet; 

entgegen fommen, to come to meet; 

mit .^erablaffung , to make advan- 

ces ; entgegen prallen , to rebound ; 
entgegen fepen, tolong for; expect; 
ffd) entgegen fe^en, to oppose, re- 

sist* coutrary; feyn, to be against, 
contrarion«; gegen Über, overa- 
gainst , opposite. 

Entgegengefefet, adj. opposite, 

conirarious, contrary. 

Entgegnen, v. r. o. to retarn, 
reply. 

Entgegen, v. f. n. to escape , to 
avoid, to get off, to slip ^ to eiude, 
eyade. shun; htm £ooe fann tnan 
nid)t entgegen | there i« no dying 
by proxy ; ber ©ame entging t(m, 

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denudation ; depriying of ; dispeo- 

pling. 
Entbrannt/ adj. incensed, inflamed. 
€nt^red)6n, r. i\ recipr. to for- 

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I cannot forbear, I cannot but. 
Entbrennen, v. i. n. to inflaine, 

kindle. biirn. 
Entbunben, adj. delivered. 
Entbürben, v. r. a. tö ' disburden, 

unbtirthcn , unload. 
Entbürgem/ v. r. a. tQ disfraa- 

chise. 

Entbürgerung, / disfranchiae- 

ment. 
Cnttecfbar, ad[/* discoverable : — 

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Entbccfen, v. r. c. to un cover, dis- 

cover, bare, denude , doinulate; 

f»9«/ gewahr. tt>erben, to discover; et» 

ne verborgene @a$e befannt machen, 

to discover, disclose, reveal, open, 

publish, declate, detect; fein i?er&, 

to break one's mind to. 
CntbecPer, m. discoverer, detecter. 
Sn tbeef un$, /. uneavering, disco- 

very; detecting, detection. 

Ente, /. duck; f. Sfente u. f, f. 

Cnte^ren^ t;. r. «. to dishonour; 
begrabtren , i to degrade ; ein Jrau- 
enjiminer, tb dishonour, deflour; 
hai S}tiiiqt, <£t)vtvi\rbi$e , to pro- 
fane. 

Cntef)runa/ /, dishonouring ; de« 
grading, degradation; deflouring. 

Cn ter bei l, n. poleaxe. 
Enterben, v. r. n. to diiinl*erit, 

exheredate. 
Enterbung , /. disinhev iting , ex- 

heredating, exheredation. 
€nterbafen, m. grapnel,.grapple, 

•heernook. 
Cnterlute,/. scuttle upon the fo- 

recastle and quarterdeck for a re- 

treat by boaroing. 
Entern, v . r . a. to. board, to grap- 

ple. 
Enterung//, boarding, grappling. 
Sit tfütyv en/ v. i. n. to slip, escape; 

ftg., t?on Porten, £6nen, to blurt 

(rap, slip) out; flu) entfahret} taf* 

fen , to let tUp ; eine ^euperung, to 

drop a hint. 

€ n t fa i i e n , v. i. n. to drop (slip, 
pop, fall) out; e$ entfiel t&m ber 

tföutp # he lost bis courage ; au$ 

bem @ebä<$ tnijfe 4 to slip out of 

memory. 

Entfalten/ u. r. «,. tQ unfold, Dis- 
play • unplait. 
Cntfarben/ r. r. a. to discolour, 

taniish; ftd&j to phange colour; 
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discoiouring, growingpale, blush- 
ing. 

Entfärbung, /. ditcoloration. 

Entfernen/ v. r. a. to remove, put 
('8end)away; f!c^ , to witlidraw; 

f»om redeten ffiege, to deviatc; ent* 
ernt/ distant, remote; entferhte 
Urfad)e/ remote cause; flcfc entfernt 

galten , to keep at a distance ; ftg., 
to deriate, leave. 

Entfernung//, removing, re- 
movaj , remotion; withdrawing; 
deviating; eine^ QvUi , distance, 
remoteness. 

Entfeffeln, v. r. a. to unfetter; 

bon ajorurt^eilen entfeffelt , free 

irom prejudices. 
E n t f i e b e r n / z>. a. r. to ünplume. 
Entflamtnen, •». r. a. to inflime. 

Ent fle^t^n/ v. i. «. to extricate, 

disentangle frQm. 
Entf leifc&t/ ad!;, fleshless. 
Entfliegen, v. i. n. toflyaway; 

to escape. 

Entfliegen, v. i. n. to fly, run 

(scamper) away, escape, get off, 
to take to one's heels*. 

Entf(ie§en, v. i. n. to flow, to 

Um off, to gushdown, burst from. 

Entflii^ten/ f. entfliegen. 

Entfremben, v. r. a. to alienate, 

es trän ge. 
E n t f r e m b U n g ,/ /. alienation, 

estranging ; estrangement. 
Entfuhren, v r. a. to carry away, 

off, run away with; ein grauen« 

AJmmer, to ravish, commit a rape 
upon a lady, virgin etc. Ainber, 
to kidnap, spirit (snatch) away 
children. 

Entführer, m. ravisher; kidnap - 
per. 

E n t f Ü b run g ; f. ra pe , ravishing ; 
kidnapping. 

Entgangen/ p. p. escaped. 
Entgegen, praep. against; geben, 

to mect, to corne (go) to xneet; 
entgegen fommen, to come to meet; 
mit .yerablaffung , to make advan- 

ces ; entgegen prallen , to rebound ; 
entgegen fe^en, to long for; expect ; 
ftrf; entgegen fe^en , to oppose , re- 

sist, coutrary; feyn, to be against, 
contrariou«; gegen Über, overa- 
gainst , opposite. 

Sntgegengefe^t/ adj. opposite, 

comrarious, contrary. 

Entacgnetl, v. r. a. to ret^rn, 
reply. 

Entgegen/ v. f. n. to escape, to 
avoid, to get off, to slip; to elude, 
cyade. shun; bem Xooe fpnn tnan 
nid)t entgegen | there is no dyirg 
by proxy ; ber ©ame entging l^m, 

he snffered an inyolunt,axy pol- 

|utioh ; btf ^rifte entgegen mir. 



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Cntnerfeen, v. r. a. to enervate. 
EntnerlMtng, /. enervation. 
Entofyntgen, v. r. a. to depTive,- 

divust , bercave. 
Entquellen, v. i. w. to bürst from. 
€ n t r a t § e n , v. i. n. to forbear, 

spare, be without, do without. 
Entr &tt) feCrt/ u. r. a. to unriddle, 

decyplier. 
Entree, /. = Einfal, entry, en- 

trance . admission. 

EntreeHllet, n. = Einlagfarte, 

admitunc* , ticket of admission. 
Entreißen, r. j. ». to escape, run 

away : — v. i. a. to snattu away, 

save , rescue , deliver from ; bet 

Söergeffenfyeit , to preserve from 

oblivion. 
Cntrtc^tetl/ v. r. a. to pay, satis- 

fy % discharge, content. 
Entrictyturtg, /. pnyment , dis- 

charge , satisfaction. 

Entriegeln, v. a. r. to unbolt. 
(Sntringen; v. i. a. to wrest from, 

"wrench out of. 

Gntrinnen« v. i. n. to flow from, 
gush out of; to escape, run away. 

Entriffen, adj. snatched away, 
resr.ued. 

Entrollen, v. r. n. to roll down 

from. 
Entrücfen, v. r. a. tg remove, car- 
ry off, take away from; entrücft 

ir erben, to vanish. 
Entrunjeln, v.r. a.to unwrinkle. 
Entrüften, v.r. a. to provoke, en- 

rage; fldr, to grow anery ; etU ent* 

rtlfrct^e ©emütp, a mind transported 

vith a»»ger. 
E tu r tl fl u n g / /. anger , passion, 

wrath , enraging, perturbation. 
Ent Jagen, v. r. n. to renounce. 
Entfagung, /. renouncing , renun- 

ciation, 
Entfa^, m. relief, suecour, help, 

deliverance, assistance. 
Entfd) abtuen, v. r. a. to indem- 

nify, compensate. 
En tfcfca bigung, /. indemni&ca- 

tini . amcpds, corapensation. 
E n t f et) e i b e n , v. i. a. to discern ; 

fefteiben, ro separate; eine Srage, 

einen @trett, to deeide, determine, 

arbitrato, ad tust. 

€ntf$etbenO/ varU II. adj. deeid- 
ing, decisive , aeterminate. 

E n t f 4 ei b U n g , f. arbitration, de- 
termination , decition. 

E n t f di t eben, aJ;. deeided. 

E n t f d) Id f e n , v. i. n. to fall asleep ; 
ff erben, to expire, die. 

E n t f $ ( a g e n , v. i. rec. to get rid 
of, to avoid, foTbear, leave off, 
to give over, to desist from; ftcfy 
ber (Sorgen, to banish cares; ent* 

tolaaen feyn, eine* JaHiment*, to 
be cleared. 



E nt f4> leiten , v. i. n. to escape, 
to get away, to steal off; fid) einer 
©efcllf^aft , to leave by stealth, 
take a irench leave. 

Entfettetem^ v. r. a. to unveil, 
uncover, unfold. 

Entfd) liegen, v. /. a. to unlock, 
to'loosen; fiep, to resolve upon, 
determine. 

En tf d)(ie 6 un g, /. resolution 9 de- 
ttrmination , counsel, party. 

Entfd)loffen, adj. determined, re- 
solute , resolved. 

Entfcfe (Offenheit/ /. resolution, 
determination, resoluteness , Cou- 
rage , stoutness. 

Ent fd) lupfen, v. r. «. to slide — 
6Üp out of, escape. 

Entfc^lu§, m. resolution, deter- 
mination. 

Entfrfun etcfceln, v. a. r. to obtain 
Cget) by caresses (flattery, coax- 

ing). 
Entfcfjulbtgen, v. r. a. to excuse, 

exculpate , apologise , defend , ju* 

stifv , pnrge , clear. 
Entf(f)U Ibtger, m excuser. 
E n t [d; u l b i ö u n g , /. excuse , excti- 

sauon, apology; annehmen, to ad- 

mit of an excuse; 0or6ringen, to 

make an excuse. 
E n t f (£ Ü 1 1 e n , v. r.m. to disburden, 

to dis charge; to avoid, to help; 

flct> eine« fBerbac^tt , to shake (put, 

turn off, decline) a suspicion, to 

purce (exculpate) one's seif from. 

Ent fcf; wellen, v. n. L to swell 

(rise) from , to overflow , uns well. 

En tfd?tt>immen, v. i. tu to swim 

off (away). 

En tfc^tt) inben, v. L n. to vanish 
away, disappear, to get out of 
sight. 

Entfettung eh, v. £. rec. to fly 

away , soar above. 
Entfeefen, v. r. «. to exanimate, 

expire. 
EntfeeU/ j>art. expired , dqad , ex- 

animated. 

E n t f e fy e n , v. i. rteipr. to, scruple, 
to be ashamed, to fear, 

Entfe^en, v. r. a. to djsplace, de- 
Pose, die charge ; to relieve ; to de- 
liver; fcom amt, to remove, de- 
pose; auf eine Seit/ to suspend; 
oe< S»^«on#, ro dethrone; einen Be* 
lagerten Ort, to relieve, suecour; 
ftdp entfe^en, to be Struck with 
amazement, astonished, surprised, 
affrighted. v 

Entfe^e»/ ». amazement» surprise, 
panic. 

E n t f e % l i $, adj. frigbtful, terrible^ 
horrrble , dreadful, prodigioni , 
borrid , sJiocking, monstrous, tre- 
mendous: — adv. frightfully, ter- 
ribly, monstrously. 



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Cntnerfeen, v. r. a. to enervate. 
Entnerlutng, /. enervation. 
Entofynigen, i/. r. a. to deprive, 

divcst , bereave. 
Entquellen, v. i. n. to bürst from. 
E n t r a 1 1> e n , v. /. n. to forbear, 

spare, he without, do without. 
E n t r a t i) f e l n 7 u, r. a. to unriddle, 

decyplier. 

Entfee, /. = Einfal, entry, en- 

trance , admission. 

Entreefrillet, n. = Einlagfarte, 

admitianc", ticket of admission. 
Entreißen, r. i. n. to escape, run 

away : — v. i. a. to snattu away, 

save , rescue , deliver from » bet 

Söergeffentyeit , to preserve from 

oblivion. 
Entrichten, v. r. a. to pay, satis- 

fy. discharge, content. 
Entrichtung, f. payment , dis- 

cbarge , satisfaction. 

Entriegeln, v. a. r. to unbolt. 
Entringen, i . /. a. to wrest from, 
wrench out of. 

Entrinnen, v. i. n. to flow from, 

gush out of; to escape, run away. 
Entrtjfen, adj, snatched away, 

res med. 
Entrollen, v. r. n. to roll down 

from. 
Entrücfen, v. r. a. to remore, car- 
ry off, take away from; entrficft 

»erben, to vanish. 
Entrunjeln, v.r. a.to unwrinkle. 
€ n t r Ü fl e n , v.r. a. to provoke, cn- 

rage; fldV, to grow anery; etU tllt* 

XUflCttfi ©emütp, a mind transported 

vith a»«ger. 
E tu r 11 ft u n g , /. anger , passion, 

wrath , enraging, perturbation. 
Entfögen, v. r. n. to renounce. 
Entfagung, /. renouncing , renun- 

ciaiioij, 
E n t f a fc, m. relief , suecour , help, 

deliverance, assistance. 
Entfd)äbigen, v. r. a, to indem- 

nifv« compensate. 
En tfc^a bigung, /. indemni&ca- 

tini . amends, corapensation. 
E n t f et) e i b e n , v. i. a. to discern ; 

fefteiben, to separate; eine Srage, 

einen @trett, to deeide, determine, 

arbitrato, ad inst. 
Entfc^eibenC, vart. U. adj. de cid - 

ing, decisive, aeterminate. 
E n t f cf) e i b U n g , jf. arbitratiou, de- 
. termination, decition. 
Entfrf) teben, adj. deeided. 
S n t f 4 l a f e n , v. i. n. to fall asleep ; 

(Serben, to expire, die. 
Ent fc^la g etl, r. i. rec. to get rid 

of, to avoid, foTbear, leave off. 

to give over, to desist from ; fid) 

ber ©orgen , to banish cares ; ent* 

[d?laaen feon, eine* JaHiment*, to 
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Entf4> leiten, v. i, n. to escape, 
to get away, to steal off; flu) einer 
©efettföaft , to leave by stealth, 
take a frenclt leave. 

Entfd) leiern, v. r. a. to unveil, 
11 n cover, unfold. 

En tfd) liegen, v. /. a. to unlock, 

to'loosen; pep , to resolve upon, 
determine. 

Entf* liefiung, /. resolution, de- 
termination, counscl, party. 

Entfdlloffen, adj. determined» re- 
solute , resolved. 

En t frf) l offen ^eit, /. resolution, 
determination, resoluteness , cou- 
Tage , stoutness. 

E n t f <f) i u p f e n ; y. r. ». to slide — 

6Üp out of, escape. 

Entf^luS/ m. resolution , de ter- 
mination. 

Entfrfun eicfceln, v. a. r. to obtain 
Cget) by caresses (flattery, coax- 
ing). 

Entfdjulbtgen, v. r. a. to excuse, 
exculpate , apologise , defend , ja* 
stifv, purge , clear. 

En tf(f)U Ibtger, m. excuser. 

E n t [d; u l b i n u n g , /. excuse , exen- 
sauou, apology; annehmen, to ad- 
mit of an excuse; 0pr6ringen / to 
make an excuse. 

Entfdjütten, v, r.m. to disburden, 
to discharge; to avoid, to help; 
flcf> eine« wtxbafyti , to shake (put, 
turn off, decline) a suspicion, to 
purce (exculpate) one*s seif from. 

Entfo^ttpellen, v. n. L to swell 
(rise) from , to overflow , unswell. 

En tf(t>tt)i mmen, v. i. tu to swim 

off (away). 
Entfc^winben, v. L n. to vanish 
away, disappear, to get out of 
sight. 

Entfern; tngen, v. L rec. to üy 

away , soar above. 
Entfeefen, v. r. «. to exanimate, 

expire. 
E n t f e e 1 1 , fort, expired , dead , ex« 

animated. 

Entfe^en, v. i. rteipr. to. scruple, 
to be ashamed, to fear. 

Entfe^en, v. r. a. to displace, de- 
pose, discharge ; to relieve ; to de* 
liver; fcom amt, to remove, de- 
pose; auf eine Seit/ to suspend; 
hei ^tjtoni , ro dethrone; einen Be* 
lagerten Ort, to relieve, sueconr; 
flcfe entfefcen, to be Struck with 
amazement, astonished, surprised, 
aifrighted. v 

Entfe^e»/ n. amazement» siirprise» 

panic. 
E n t f e $ l i <$, adj. friebtful, terrible» 
horrible , drcadful, prodigions , 
horrid , shocking ,"" monstroiu , tre* 
mendous: — adv. frightfully, ter- 
ribly, monstrously« 



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I i-en, !■ f. «, to «vtMk, 
wtinj fron ~ au 
tfitiwirrc n , ■< r. * fa uqi*t*I, 

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£nitefrmn.i,y, »x. 
t£ntw if*<n, lau » »Up — »m*1 

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ntjtepeii/ v. i. a. to withdraw, 

take away trom ; ben (borgen , to 

foTego cares; fic& einer ©efellfcbaft, 

to qnit, forsake, forbear. shnn, 
. avoid, abandon; einem feine ©e# 

büfjretl , to abridge , deprive one 

of bis duo. 
CntSte^un^//. withdrawing etc. , 

quitting etc. , abridging etc. 
fcntatffern, v. r. a. to decypher, 

unravol , explain. 
Cntjifferung,/. decyphering, ex- 

platiatipn. 
€nt&ogen, p. U. <x J/\ withdrawn. 
€ n t & Ü cf e n, v. r. a. to ravish, trans- 

port, enrapt, enravish. 
<£ rt 1 3 u <f t , «uft. ravished , transport- 

ed. ecstasiea. ecstasic, ecttatical. 
CntJÜtfung, /. ecstasy, enthusiasm, 

trance, rapture v transport. 
C n t ) ii g e ( n / v. r. a. to unbridle ; 

entiüqe(t/ unbridled, licentiotis. 
£nUÜnbbar, aJ;\ inflamraable. 
€nt&ünbbarf eit, /. inflammabi- 

lity. 
€ n t J il n b e ^t / v. r. a. to «et on fc>e, 
set fi>e on, inflame, incense, kmdle; 
fld), to kindle , to catch (take) fire, 
to inflame; üon ©liebern, to in- 
flame; t?on Cetbenföaften, to in- 

cense , inflame. 
Cntftunbunfj/ /. setting cm fire, 

kindling, taking fire, inflamma- 
" tion , incension. 
€ n t J tt? e i , adv. in two, in two pie- 

ces, asundor, broken. 
CntJ^Cten, v.r. a. to. disunite, to 

set at variance \ ft($, to (all out 

with one another. 

€ n P o y e , m. = ®enb(in$ , enyoy. 
Cn^ian, m. = Äitterwurj , gentian, 

feil wort. ' 

€ p $ e m e r i b e , /. = Sojbtatt, ephe- 

meris : — plur. ephemerides. 

S p l) e u / m. ivy ; l£rbep$eu, ©unber* 

man/ grounfttvy, alehoof. 
t^pbeu^arj/ «. gum hederae. 
tSpDeufrängel, m. ivyrod. 
<E p t b e m i e , /. = ©euc^e , epidemia, 

epidemica! disease. 

€ p f b e m t f <$ , «<*/. = feu<|enarti$, 

anflecfenb , epidemic , epidexnical. 

Cpjgramm, 9. = ©inngebufrt, epi- 
gram, 
eptarammattfc^/ «<*/. = finnge* 

biegt lief) / epigraniniatical. 

gpifurer, Sptfuraer^ n|.=:©e» 
' nMUnia, sensualist. 
epilepfie, /. = gaRfuc^t, epilep- 

sy. 

gp tf cb, aJ;. = fcelbengebi^tlic^, epic; 
- eptföe ©ebrajte/ epics. 
Cpifobe, /. = gwifcben&anbCung , 
^teüenfyanbtung, episod, underplot. 
6pifobtf(^/ adi. epjsodical. 

«pifret, /, = «rief f ©eitbf^reifen, 

epistle. 



Spo4e^ /. 2 3ettaBf$nttt, Seit« 

punct, epoch, epocha. 

Spopoe, /. = ^elbengebic^t, epo- 

pee. 
Sppicfe, m. ache, smallage. 

(S <^ u i p a 9 e y /. = ©erat^ , Steifere« 

T&i§ t equipage. 

^qjitpagettmetjler, m. auf einem 

&d)if\e, master. 
€r ; m. he; husband. 

^r, pron. he; ec bat ef gefaxt, er, 
ttnb niemanb anber^, he has told it, 

he and nobody eise; er t(t e^ it is 
he; er ftlbft, he himself ; @ie (bei 

S Obern gtqen Wiebere ), ^r, mein 
err, von, Sir; tft (Jr e$? is it 
yon? ift €r ief felbfl, ia it yonr- 
ielf? 

Sracbten, v. r. a. to think; beeret' 
fen / atauben, etnfe^en, to coneeive, 
imaeme ; meine* <2rad?ten6 , for 

ougnt I know» aa I believe, ac- 
cording to my judgment, by my 
opinio/i» as it seexn* to ine. 
Erarbeite Q/ v. r. a. to gain fearn, 
acquire) by working» to work for. 

Craugnen, v, r. reeipr. to happen, 
chance, to com« to' pass 9 to ap- 
pear. 

fcraugnung, /; hap , haphaiard, 

event, oecurrence. 
Crbabet, m. nöbiÜty by inheri- 

^ance. 
<lv hamt, «. hereditary office. 

(Srb.armei}/ v. r. reeipr. to pity, 

commiserate. 

Erbarmen, n. pity, compassion, 

pitving, commiserating; tt ift jum 
tjr6armen , it is to be pitied ; ba( 
©Ott erbarm! alas! good göd! o 
heaven! ^rtarmcn tjai^n t %o have, 
to take pity, commiseration. 

(Jrbarmenb/ <*dj. pityin^, cojnxni- 
serating, compassionate : -r- adv. 
compassionately. 

^rb.aKntef/ m. pitier. 

Sr6arm(i4/ ( <"*/• pitifyl , mise- 
rable, commiserable: — adv. piti- 
fully, miser^bljt commwerabfy. 

S r.b a r m u n 9 / /. pity , commisera- 



tion, compassion 

£v bauen, v. r. 

erect, raisc 



to 



.^ ...._. build up, 

gitti, edify; fta. , to edi/y, 
instruet; fieb/ to be ediüed. 
(Zrbaucr, m. buikler. 
£vba\ll\d) , adj. edifying, instrae- 

tive : — adv. instriictiYcly. 
(grbauung, /. buildiug, eTection; 
edifying, edification, Instruction. 

<£xbbta.Khbn'\%, tu hereditary se- 

piilchre. 
(Srbbefi^/ m. hereditary posses- 

sion. 
^r6e, m. heir, inheritor; tum $x* 

Jen einfe(ea # to constitute one r s 

heir. 



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frl'lflxti, n. U«iJinry fiel, tm- 

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.Jrl'l f li»nfctrr , m, jtroprinjj 

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tf'ltiulieiitedi rrHef muittr 

. ntbarmUin ; rljin Crbtir, 

Wiili.i'ir linr- 
£tGn(buttr, m. iahtihot, 
(Ert * : a i n , v. r. a. tu bdtri 
itrf ofif n, i'- 

«lycrue, irriutoj fld), i 

■ti(iTi mngrd , «tO|t, 

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CrSriAcn, f. i. o. ob 
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ppctl | IQ lotU' ; fl<t> i 
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€vbvtd)Ut\Q,f. breaking up, open. 

€rbregifter, n. terricr. 

(E r b r e t u), n. hereditary realm, King- 

dorn. 
€rbrid)ter, m. judge of an beri- 

tage; ber fein 2lmt tvbüd) bepftt, 

jntlge by heirdom. 

Srbfc^aft/ /. heirdom , heritage , 
inhcrirance , succession. 

fcrbfc^icfct, (Erbtbeilung, /. di- 

viding of a succession. 
€rbfd)leid)er, m. legaey bunter, 
legaey catcher, legacysneaker. 

(Erbfe, /. pea: — plur. pease; WtU 
fffje (Erbfeii, french pease; grüne 
(?<fcotfnerbfen, pease in busks ; $t» 
d;crerbfen, chiches, ebiebpease. 

£ r b f v n b i ü 1 1) e , /. peaseblossom. 
<Er 6 fenbrüfce, /. peaseporridge, 

soup. 
(Erbfenmetyl, n. peasemeal. . 
€r bfen fdja le, /. peasecod. 
(Erb/fen fttppe, /. peaseporridge. 
<Erbftit(f, «. beirloom. 
(Erbfünbe,/. original sin. 
Srbtbttt/ "• hereditary portion, 

sbare. 

Crbperbirüberung, /. bereditary 

alliance. 

(Srbbermäd)tnt§, n. legaey. 

CrbtJfrmogen, n. bereditary 

wealtb. 
€ r b 3 t n $, m. hereditary rent, ground- 

reut, quitrent. 
flErbainegut, n. copyhold, eatate 

liable to ground — or quitrents. 
(SrbftOll, ro. hereditary duty. 
<Srbad)fe,/. axis of the eartb. 
Srbacbt, p. iL «<(/. exeogitated; f. 

erbenfen. 
Crbapfel, m. bte SKraun, earth- 

apple; Sruffel, irufFle ; Äartoffcl, 

potatoe; ber brafltifd)e £eliantbu*, 

Jerusalem artieboke; @d)tneinbrot, 
sowbread , earthpufF. 

€rbartifd)0(fe,/. sowbread, earth- 
pufF. 
Crbbalf, m. terrestrial globe. 

ftrbbartljengel, ™. = falfcfcer (Sun* 
bermanrt, Hungarian speedwell. 

(Erbbeben, n. earthquake. 

S r*b b e e r b a u in / m. sirawberrytree, 
arbute. 

(Erbbeere, /. strawberry ; grofie 
tr*iir3^aft€/ bautbo.y. 

Crbbeerftee, m. strawberry tre- 

foi{. 
Crbbeer maier, m. berryheaded 
strawberry blite. 

€rbbeerfptnat, m. f. (Erbbeer* 

maier» 
Crbbefd) reibet, m. geographer. 
€rbbefd?reibung, /. geography. 
^rbbiber, m. beaver, castor. 
Crbbirn, /. sowbread, earthpufF; 

potatoe. 



Srbbobetl/ m. earth ; Soben, 

soil, ground; (ErbfugeC, terrestrial 

globe. 
Srbbrattb/ m. subteri aneous fire. 
£rbbrot, n. sowbread , earthpufF. 
£rbbürgef> m. Citizen — inhabitant 

of ihe world , eartb. 
€rbe, /. earth; 93 oben, ground; auf 

(Er^en, on earth, above ground, 

ajive ; in bie £rbe bringen, to earth ; 

jur £rbe beflatten, to inhumate, in.- 

hume , interr. 
SrbetO^et/ /. groundnut, pignut. 
(Erben, adj. earthen. 
(Erbende, /. isthmus, neck, streight 

of Und. 
(Erbenatucf, n. earthly happiness. 
(Erbenten, v. i\ a. to contrive, ex- 

cogitate, devise, invent. 
£ r b e n f 1 1 d) , adj, imaginable : — 

adv, imaginably. 

£rbenflo§, m. clod. 
(Erbenruty in , m. earthly glory. 
(Erben fö$n, m. son of tue earth, 

(clay) inortal. 
^rbenforge, /. earthly — mortal 

care. * 

(Srbepb^U, m. groundivy. 
(£rberfa)iitterund, /. coneussion 

of the eartb. 
€ r b e w 1 1 e n, ?/. roortai pilgrimage. 

(5rben)tg7 m « ^ v y« 
(grbfabl, adj. livid. 

<Srb fahren, m. shoTttailed fteld- 

mouse (rat). i 

€ r b f e < $ e , /. tuberous latliyrus , 

peat>e earthnut. 
^rbferite,/. apogee. 
(grbf(ob, m. podura, springtail; 

mordella. • » 

(Erbgeifl, m. gnome. 
(Srbgelb, n. ockerdelace , yellow 

oker. 
€rbgefo$ofj, »• groundfloor." 
(Srbgeivau)^, h. produce of the 

earth, growth of a seil, plant. 

grbgrübling, m. = ^rüffef, fcrb* 
fn)mamm, iruffle, trüb, esculent 
puilball. 

SrbgiirteC, m. Champignon , com- 
mon mnihroom. 

(Srb^aCtig, adj. containing earth, 
earthy. 

€ r b i d) t , adj. earthy, terreous. 

(ft V b t db t e n, v. r. a. to feign, invent, 
contrive, forge, devise; erbid)(etet 
Söeife, feignedly. 

Srbi(t)tung, /. fiction , invention, 
devising, feint, imposture. 

(Erbig, adj. earthy. 

(Erbfrei6, m. tphere of the earth. 

(Erbfuget, /. globe of the earth, 
terrestrial globe, «phere. 

(Erbfunbe,/. geography. 

(E r b t a a e , f. coat of earth. 

(Erbleberfraut, n. tthcoloared 
ground liverwort. 




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Srfobei'nifj , n. requiaite , oxi- 

gency. 
8 r f [ g , m. comequence , aucceli, 

isiue , efFect , reault, upahot. 
Erfolgen, v. r. n. to follow, »uc 
. ceed, proceed, arise, etuuo, re- 

n.lt. come nfter, ofF. 
Erforbern, f. erfoöern. 
i Srfo r fdjen, ■>. r. n. lo inveitigate, 

onquire intu, aearch iiuo; find Out, 

Crforfd) ung, /. irvcidgition, en- 
quiry , icarcliiiig intu, search etc. 

firfraTjcn, t>. r. c. to enquire, Und 
out liv enqilirine (asktng). 

trfrcärfl, v.r. I lo che«, delight, 
to imjiart joy, to make joyful 
(glaJ). to gladden; t(& erfreue ntidj, 
Sie ju fffen, I am g|ad, over- 
joy'd , I »joiee to aee you i 6« 
QSein erfreut M SJienfdjei! Jperj, the 

wiiie f;]addem [clieers, exhilara- 

te», delightt) the heart of man; 

bie äugen erfreuen, u> gratify one'e 

eyetj be[ir}cn,.to enjoy. 
trfreiier, m. cheerer, cumforter, 

gradner. 
Cr freu [inj, od/, pleaiing, rejoie- 

ing; erfreuliche 3fadjndjt, agree- 

Crfreut, adj. glad, deligbted. 

Erfrieren, t>, i. n. to freeze, freete 
to death, die witli cold, to itarve 
for With coldi Sie ©lieber, to cliill, 
get chillblaina ; erfroren, Chilled, 
, froatbitten. 



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freezing to deatb. 
feben, v.r. a. to refreah, rt 
, [reihen , cool , 



erfrifdjung,/. 
CrTüfl 



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1, v. r. a. to Uli up', matte 

plenish; feine 13(ti*t, to 

fulfil, perform one't dutv l fein 

SBerfprcrfjetl, to aeconipliah onc'a 

pr online. 

(Erfüllung, /. fulhlling, aecoro- 

plilhmcnt. 
CrfunBcn, pari. U. adj. invented, 

dtviicd . proved. 
Cr gilt Jen, t». r. o. to redintegrate, 

make up , inend , repajr , aupply. 



Crgänjung, /. redinreeri 
ply, completion , jnpplej 
Ergeben, u 

yleld; fld) 



render, 

auf @nabe unb Ungnabe 
trgcbtR ,' to deliver over; fid) in et. 
was , to acquiesce in . resign one'a 
»elf up ; fid) jrmanben nibinen, to 
devote; einer Neigung fid> uteri« f. 
feil, to abandou (addict. give) one'* 
«elf up to; fenrt , to be given — 
addicted to ; bitrau« ergiebt ftd), 
hence follows. 



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Ergeben, adj. dovotud. addicted, 
giren ; feinem Sanbedberrn ergeben, 
addicted to hii aoveroign ; bem 
Srunf, giren to wine fjiquori); 
ergebenfier Steuer, mott humble 

Craebenbeit, /. devotion, addict* 

eoneil, acqnieicencn , attachment) 

Verfiebern feie tbit meiner Sraeben« 
bett, present my retpeett to him. 

ergeb'nitj, „. »aalt { yroduet. 

Ergebung,/, lurrendering , yield- 
ins, 

i. to go to the end 
firt) , to walk : — 
v. i. n. to come out, be publiahcd: 
ergeben loffen, to iiaue, proroni- 
gats. pnblisli; ttati iiiit fid> er« 
geben Tafftn, to aufTer, to lubntit 
to, to betr. abide, take upon one'a 
aolf j gef<beben, to arrive, happen, 
come to p*M, lall out, to befall; 
tat Uribe:l erging über ii)n , aen- 
tence wai paaied upon him ; irubt 
Ober übel, U go, become of, auc- 
ceed, be with ; et ergebt ibnt, fa« 

ergetjen, v. r. «. to get by ay». 
rice, hoard up. 

Ergeben, v, r. a. to delieht, di- 
entertain; ftd) ergeben 
leagure in, to be de- 
i<d, contented« aatit- 

delighting, delight, 



an, to take 
lighted, pli 

fied with: 



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rejoieing, pli 

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li^lutiil, delighuome* pleuinr, 

pfeasant: — adv. delighiiully, dV 

It. 

feit, /. delightfulneti, 

■■ a, f. deligbt, delighdng. 

-.-. . ^ i .J, adj. produetive, lerdle, 
large , abundant , plenüfnl , eo- 
pioui, rieh, yielding. 

Srgtebigfeitf /. prodoctiTe-nett, 
fertility, copiouineia , plenty. 

<Zrgtelen, p. i. r. to flow, efra», 
pour, »tream , to apread, extra- 
vaiate^ disebarge, diiembogu" it- 
aelfi ran out; ©egen , to iTiower 
benedictiona ; übergießen, to orer- 
flow, run orer, drowti, ftood. 

«rgiefiung. /■ flowtng, running 
out ; overHowing , riinning orei, 
drowninr; inundation, flood, of- 
fuiion; 6er ©aUe, oTcrflowing of 

tbe gall. 

~ a l a n j t n , v. r. n. to grow bril- 



lia 



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frgc-ffeni pari. tTinWn etc. 
: r "q bß e n , v. na. f. ergeben. 
Ergrauen, v, r. n. grau werben, to 

grow iioary; in Jurdjt gerflt&en, 
to bc diima/«d. 



(Srf 

KrfoberniS, n. requisite , oxi- 

Crfüfg, m. coniequence, snccesj, 

Jssuo , cffect, restik, upthot. 
erfolgen, v. r. n . to follow, tue 

»iiit.'com« alter, öff' en,U8 * 
Crforbern, f. erfoeer«. 

i Sr f r fd) eil, u. r. a. to inyeetigaie, 
enquire into, eearch into ; find out. 



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erfragen, v. r. a. to enqüire, find 
out bv enquirine (ajkjue). 

erfreuen,Vr.n* lochet, delight. 
to impart joy, to roake joyful 

feUd), to gUddt-n; idj erfreue midj, 
gie tu felien* I »m gl«d. over- 
ioy'd, I rejoiee to tee you ; 6er 
BBein erireut bei SBenfdjen Jberj, tho 

wilie gladdenl ( cheer» , exlnUra- 
tes, delighri) the lieart of man; 
He auaen erfreuen, to gratify one*» 
eyes ; fcfiljcil, to enjoy. 
Crfreuer, m. cheerer, comforter, 

Crfceufif(j, aif;. pleaiiug, rejoie- 
ingj erfreuliche ftatfjricbt, agreo- 

Erfreut, «Jj. gl*d, deligbted. 

erfrieren, v. ,. n. to freexe, freeze 
to death, die with cold, to narve 
fof with coldi btt «lieber, to cliill, 

Set chillblum ; t r froren , chilled, 
rozen . froatbitten, 
Crftieren, n. freezing to death. 
Crfrcftben, p. r. a. to zefreih, re- 
vi ve . freihen , cool , recreate . 
quicken. 
C r f r i f (b U n g, /. refreihing, refroth- 



erfüUen, v.r.*. to fill np.make 
füll, repleniih; feine <P(li*t, to 
fulfil , perform one't duty. ; fein 
SerfptCqHn , to aecornplish one'i 

erfitT[u%g # /. (ulGUing, aecom- 

Crfunben, jtarf. U. adj. invented, 

devited , proved. 
Crganjen, v. r. &. to red integrale, 

make up , mend , repair , aupply, 

CraSnjtino, /. redin tegration, nip. 
ply, completion, eupplement. 

Craeben, v. ■'. a. firfc, to surrender, 
yield; flcf) auf ©Hübe unb UngnaBe 
ergeben, to deliver over; fjifj w et- 
\v~ni, to acquieace in, leiign one'i 
leüup; fi* jemanden miöinen , io 
_ devote; einer Uleiqunn fid> überlafc 

fen, to abandon (addict:, givo) one'i 

seif up to; fenn, to be given — 
addicted to ; Ijierau« erjittt fic&, 
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«rieben, adj. devoted, addicted, 
giveni feinem Sanbefberrn ergeben, 
addicted to hii «overeign; bem 
Sru P*'„ S iv « n . » wine fligoorali 

ergebender Diener, moit h um bin 

firqebenljeit, /. davotion, addict- 

»erfidiern ®ie ibn meiner «taeben- 
beit, jiresant my ratpecti to Jiim, 

(Ergebnis, n. retult; produet. 

Srgeoung,/. aumndering , yield- 

eroe&en, i». i. *. to go to tUe «nd 
ol, oiilwaik; f]ü>, to walk: — 
v. i. n. tp cotue out, b« publilhed; 
ergeben taffen, to iiaue, promi.l- 
git«, publialii etwa* über fi* er« 
geben (äffen, to luffer, to »ubmit 
to, to bear, abide, take upon One** 
•elf; geftbeben, to arriva, kappen, 
conte to aiu, lall out, to befall; 
bat Uribeil erging über iijn, «en- 
tence iwi pausd upon Lim; wot)t 
ober übel, u go, become of , «uc- 
ceed, be withj et ergebt ibnt, ha 

«rgeijen, v. r. a. to get by aya- 

rice, hoard up. 

ergeben, v. r. „, to delight, di- 
vert, amuie, enter taj n t fiflj ergeBetl 
an, to taks pleaaure in, to be de- 
lighted, pleued, contented« tatit* 
fied wilh. 

ergeben, n. delighting, dejjgbt, 

rejajr.ing, pleajure. 

Srae^tio), a dj. delighting, de- 
licluftil, deligliuome, ploaiing, 
pIcaiaLit: — ad», deligbtiully , dV 
liglitüoinalT. 

-:->!■. ■■■■■irfjfeit, /. delightfulneu, 

-■ ■■ - :■ ■ rt 3 , /, delight, delighting. 

(2 r 9 i e b i d . adj. produetive, fertilS. 
brgo, abundant, plentifai , co- 
pioui, rieh, yielding. 

Srgiebigfeit, /. prodaätiTemeu, 
fertility, copioutneit, plenry. 

ergteSen, v. ;. r. to flow, «ffu», 
pour, nie™ , to ipread, eztra- 
vaiatel diacharge, dnembogue it- 
■elfi ran out; @egen v to ihowei 
benedlctiona ; übergiefien , to over- 
flow, run over, drown» flood. 

ergtefiung, /. flowing, running 
out ; overHowing , running OTer, 
drowning; inundation, flood, ef- 
fuiion; Wr ©alle, oTerflovrine of 
tbe gall. 

ergfanjen, v. r. a. to gtowbrü- 
haut, to radiale. 

ergoffen/ part. overßown etc 

ergoßen, v. r^o. f. ergeßen. 

•ergtauen, v. r. n. grau weroeti, to 
grow l.oary; in gurebt gerat|lM, 
to bc dianayedi 



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trf?etfd>ung , /. requiring, de- 

niaiKiiitC , dem and. 
Cr (eitern'/ u. r. c. to clear up, to 

m*k* br^'glu (serene). enligliten ; 

eine 2lu6|id)t, to eniiven a pro- 

Spect. 
Crbetterung, /. Clearing up, en- 

li^hreniug. 

€ r 9 e i J C H/ r. r. a. to heat thorough- 
Cr bellen, ?». r. «. to light up, 

brighr.rn. il'uu'inale ; enlightcn ; 
offenbar machen, to diseover, ma- 
nifest; bell 3 u ^ cr / ro clear: — 
v. tt to beconiü clear, 10 be evi- 
dent, to app«»ar; fcicrau* erbeut, 
bv tln's appuiiis. 

€r fc Cll un 9, /. enlightening; dis- 
c..v lii'g, iiimiifcrting, cleaiing. 

Cr beuten, v. a. to liAr.CC. 

fer l)C l' d) e l n, v.r. a. to get by I15*- 
noens -. . 

Cr (eu r at $ en ; v. r. a. to obuin 

;;v nurriage. 

Crj)il}en, 1». /. a. to brat, irnke 
ho« . fiel) / »o cjrow bot . overheat 
one's seif; ton Reiben jtyaften • t<> 
bo in <*eiise d . inflamed ; er(}i$enbe 
glittet/ intlammatories. 

Crbif?una# /. heating; overheating 
«uir's sie. 

C r b b c n ; ya.t. tt. «*•//. elevated f 
rai*>eti ; celobraied, magnified, ex- 
toll eil. 

Sri? Offen, i». r. a. to get by hopes, 
> • x.]>t.ct für. 

SiOÖben/ v, r. a. to clevate, exalr, 
to make high, tn h. -iahten , to 
r^i»e f iifr np; ben 3Öcrtb einer <?a* 
d)k, to enhiiKe; bie innere Statte, 
to raiic; ^jemaub tut Votyn, to ad- 
vam.e; rüb.;;en, p reifen, to praise, 
cxtol, celebrate. 

€rb6f)ung, /. clevation , exalta- 
tion ; enhancing; raising, advan- 
ccmet't; praisiug, exrnlliug. 

€r holen, v. r. a. t,> feich up ; to 
ovrtikc: to notice, to mention ; 

frifeben Vlttycm lioleii , to respire, 

brrathe, to recover 0110" s breath ; 

f. neue .ftrafre betonuue», to reco- 
ver; ficf) von einer £'bmuad)t, to 
revive. to cmiie co one's seit jgain 
from a swoon . to rr"ovrr (ine's 

roind; ficf; wegen etnes f?M;aben£ er* 

$0(en, to rfCi'Vor, rep.'iir. »eiriove, 
regain a loss li\. w-th ; )id) bei %•* 

tnanben SXatbö erboten, to ask nnc'a 

Kl vice, to «i]»ply to for advire. 
C r b l U II 4 , f. rorivaiiuii , relaxa- 

tion , recovery, reparation , rc- 

fri'thmeiit. 
€ r b 6 r b a r, ad}, easily heard, vrorili 

granting. 
QJrfyoren, v r. a. to hear favour- 

ably, to grant. 



er(6rengiDert( , er^ftrCtg, 

a«/;. wurth grantii'ff, grantable. 
(Trbort/ T>mt. heard, ^ranted; ba£ 

tfc liiert er(6l't, that is never heurd 

of, unparaileied. 
G r b 6 r u n 4 , /. hearing, granting. 
^rb ungern, v. r. n. to si^rve witb 
^ lnin^<u-; fi(j ; to starve one's «elf. 
£rburen, v. r. «. to get by wlior- 

Crjaciert, ?». r. «. ein ®i(b, to bunt; 
einholen, toovevrcke; ficj,, to catch 
to attain, to get bygreat exertioat. 

€r inner tv, m. monitor. 

^ v i ?t n e r l i cb, a<//. rt»minj to mind f 
occunviit; c^ tft n:ir ntät erinncr* 

ftd) , I don't rcmcuibei' it. 
Erinnern, v. r. a. to put one in 
inind ot, remind, ailmuiii.sh, re- 

inuiuber; erinnern Sie mtd) bardn ; 

put nie in mind of it; flrf)/ to re- 
tnember, call to mind, ro collect. 
Srtnneruncj, /. putting in mind 
ot, renn u ding, adnKmishiug, re- 
ineinhering. remembranee, railiug 

to mind; ein $äd)ct\ ber Crinne« 
ntni;, lemeinbi-.ince; kai ^rtnne« 

ntncj^üermogen/ reinembrance , ro- 
collection. 

^rinnerung^fejt, n. coimnemo- 

r 'tionday. 
8 r f a 1 1 f n , r. r. n. to cool , grow 

cold; ber ^ir'cr tfl erf öltet, the zeai 

his rrleuted, dertased, abaied. 
€r faden, v. r. a. fic^, to catch — 

take cold. 
Sr t a 1 1 u n , /. cooling, grovring 

cold; reienting, decreasing, abat- 

iiig of. 
& r f & 1 1 u n <t, /. catching cold ; col J. 
£rtainpfen, r. r. a. to obtain by 

fighting; ben l^lCCj, to get die vic- 

tory. 

5 r l a t! n t, 77. tt. ad), known, acknow- 
Jfriged ; f. erfcuncn. 

<S r t a r 1) e n, r. r. a. to get, to lay ap 
by n^^ardliness , covetousnes«. 

(Jrjf.uitcn, v. r. a. to purchate; 
(eotaufvil/ to redeem; befreien, to 
bj ibe- 

(J v t a 11 f 1: n a, /. pui chasing, redemp« 

^ tion , bribing. 

6 v t c cf e u, v. r. neipr, to make bold, 
liuvc the coniidence, to' venture, 
to pi^Miuie. 

erten nen, v. 1. a. too(rne(men» to 
seo. to hear; fid) eine @ad)e iWer» 

l)ultl>t VorftCÜeil, tu pereeivo; RBC 

Kaie ^Lu-ftclluna von einem Singe 

haben, to pereeive, discern, de- 
sriv. v.'co^nise, see, to know; 
ftd»' felb|T tennrn, to know one's 
reif: au erUmicii geben, to make, 
to give to nndtMätand , to make 
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€ r l a f f U n g , /. Publishing , pro- 
clainiing; qtuttiug of; disniissmg; 
absolving , absolution etc. ; remit- 
ting, remission; acquitring, ac- 

?|uittance; ber £eibeigenfd)art, en- 
ranchising, enfranchisement. 

Urlauben, v. r. a. to permit, allow, 
grant, give leave (licence); man 
ertäube mir, I beg leave, give me 
leave, permit, tuffer me. 

Srlaubniß/ /. permission , allow- 
ance, leave, licence; mit tyvev 
£rlaubni§/ with your permission, 
linder your favour. 

Sr täubt/ adj. permitted, allowed; 

lawfui; e£ ijt tpm nic^t erlaubt/ he 

is not permitted^ 
C r l o u cf) t / «d/. illustrions. 
Sr(auem ; v. r.a. to get, or- obtain 

by lying in wait, by lurking, watch- 

in Sr spying; 3cmanben erlauern/ 

to iie in wait in order to catch. — *■ 
surprise one; eine ©elegen&eit, to 
lie in wait, to watch for an op- 
portun! ty. 
Cr (au feit/ v, i. a. to oyertake by 
ninning, to run out; ein 2lmt/ to 
obtain a place by running after. 

Crlauf<6en, v. r. a. f. erlauenu 

Erläutern, v. r. a. to explain, ex- 
pound, illustrate, elucidate, dilu- 
cidate. 

(£ r i h U t e r U n g / /. explanation , ex- 
plication, Illustration, dilucida- 
tion, elucidation; jur Erläuterung 
bienenb/ illustrative. 

€rU/ /. alder. 

€ r l e b e n / v. r. a. to live to see. to 

expericnce ; icl) werbe bcn £ag nid)t 
erleben^ I shdll never see the dav ; 

er i)at fcieteitei Abenteuer erlebt, he 

has iindergone — passed ihrough 
a variety of adventures. 
C r t e b t g e n ; v.r.a. to free, release, 
deliver; exempt; discharge , ' di- 
vest; to vacate; erledigt werben ; 
to be discharged; t?on einem ftmt, 
to fall vaesnt ; bit eriebigte ©teile/ 
Vacancy ; einem eine ertebigte @te(* 

(e geben/ to put one into a vacan- 
cy. 

€ r t e b i g U n g / /• release , deli ve- 
rance; acquittance» discharge, va- 
cation, vacancy. 

C r l e e tl, v.r. a. to put (lay) down ; 

ben geinb/ to defeat; feinen ©eg* 
ner, to slay, Kill, lay dead; ein 
ffiilb / to Kill ; eine ©elbfrrafe / to 

pay down, to teil down, to clear 
(a debt). 
Crlegung* f. defeating, defeat; 
hilling, slaying; paying down. 

€r leid? tern, v. r. «. to lighten, 

ease, disburden, discharge; ffdj>, 
to ease nature; Saft/ 9rbett, to al- 
leviate» lessen, diminish, allay, 
assuage» soften. 



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Erleichterung, /• lightening, 
easing; alleviating, alle via tion » 
aliaymg. 

S r ( e t b e n / v.i.a* to sufFer, sustain, 

tolerate; überfielen, ertragen, to 

bear, abide, sufter, endure , tole- 
rate, 
Srteibtid)/ adj. to besuffered, sup- 

f»ortable, sufferable : — adv* to- 
erably. 
€ r t e n , adj, aldern , of alder. 
£ r l C n a U , /. alderbed. 

Crtenftnf, m. sisKin. 

ErlenwalO, m. alderplot, alder- 

grove. 
Erlernbar, adj. to be learned. 
Crlemen/ v. r. a. to learn. 
Erlernung/ /• learning. 

Crlefen, v. j. «. to choose, elect, 

select. 
ß-r leuchten/ v. r. a. to illumine, 

illuminate, enlighten, light up. 
€r l e U d) t U n g , f. illumination, en- 

lightening. 

Erliegen/ v. /. n, to be subdued, 

fall down, crouch, sink; unter et# 
ner 2aft, to sink under a bürden, 
be oppressed (o verwhelmed) ; bem 
®ram, to give way to one's sor- 
row, to grieve immoderately. 
Ät logen/ adj. not true, false» 
slan Jerous , Calumnious \ ei ifr tv* 

flunfen unb erlogen / it is all stuff, 

all lies» shameless lies. 
€ r 1 6 $ , m. amoiuit , money got. 
<Sr 16 fcfcen, v. n. i. to eo out, be 

extin^uished, auenched; erloft^ett/ 
extinet, fjuenched, extinguisbed; 

bie Ste^e tfr erlogen , the heat of 

love has relented : -*- v. a. r. to 
qnench, extinguish. 

<E r 1 6 f e n, v* r. a. to release» redeern, 
rausom, rcscue» free» save, deli- 
ver. 

€ r 1 6 f e r , m. redeemer » saviour. 

€ r 1 6 f u n g / f. redeeming, redemp- 
tiou , refeasuig etc ; Ulli ber ©e« 
fangenfv^aft/ @ctattrei/ deliverance 
from bondage, infranchisement. 

€r lügen, v. i. a. to invent» CO 
contrive, to forge (by lying). 

S r t U fl t g e n / v. r. a. to divert, re- 
create» rejoiee, delight, to give 
pleasure, to amuse; ft<$/ to be dl* 
verted , niake xnerryt tVOmtt/ to 
deligjit in. 

^rlupigung//. diversion, rejoio- 
ing, delight, merry making , amu- 
sement , recreation , diversion. 

Srmic^ttgen/ v. r. rec.to lay hold 
of, seize , usurp ; to dare , to pre- 
suine: — v. r. a. to authorise, in- 
vest with po'wer. 

8r mahnen, v* r. «« to exhort, ad- 
monish, advertise, warn. 

ßrma^nuna/ /. exhorution, ad- 
raonition» advenisement» waxning. 



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€ r l a f f u n g / /. publif hing , pro- 
claiming; quitting of; dismissing; 
absolving , absolution etc. ; remic- 
ting, remission; acquiiting, ac- 
, ouittance; ber Cetbeigenfdjart/ en- 
franchising, enfranchisemeut. 

Crtailbeil/ v. r. a. to permit, ailow, 
grant, give leave (licence); man 
erlaube mir , I beg leave, give nie 
leave, permit, sufter nie. 

CrlaubniS, J. permission , aiJow- 
anc«, leave, licence; mit tyvev 
ertaubnifj, with your permission, 
und er your favour. 

Erlaubt, adj. permitted , allowed; 

lawful; e$ tjc u)\n niefct erlaubt/ he 

is not permiUed. 
Crlaucpt, adj. illustrions. 
(& t l a u e r n , v.r.a. to get, or- obtain 

by lying in wait, by lurking, watch- 

ing, tpying; 3emanben crlauern, 

to lie in wait in order to catch — *■ 

surprise 6ne; eine Gelegenheit, to 

lie in -wait, to watch for an op- 
portun ity. 
CrlaufeH/ v. i. a. to oyertake by 
ronning, to run out; eitl 2ltnt, to 
obtain a place by running after. 

Cr lauften, v. r. *. f. crlauern, 

Cr lautem/ v. r. a. to explain, ex- 
pound , illustrate , elueidate , dilu- 
eidate. 

Crl&Uteruna,/. explanation , ex- 
plication, illustration . dilucida- 
tion, elueidation; jur Crläuterung 
bienenb, illustrative. 

Crle,/. alder. 

€ rieben/ v. r. a. to live to see. to 

. experience ; idj werbe bell Sag nid)t 
erleben/ I «hall never fiee the dav ; 

er t)(Lt uielerlet Abenteuer erlebt/ he 

has undergone — passed through 
a variety of adventures. 
Crlebtgen, v.r.a. to free, release, 
deliver; exempt; dfscharge , ' di- 

vest; to vacate; erlebtgt werben, 
to le discharged; t?on einem &mt, 
to fall vacant; bte ertebigte ©refle, 
vacancy ; einem eine erlebigte @teU 

fe geben, to put one into a vacan« 

C r l e b t g U n g i , f, release , deli ve- 
rance; acquittance, discharge, va- 
cation, vacancy. 

C r t e fl e n, v.r. a, to put (lay) down ; 

ben $einb/ to defeat; feinen ©eg* 

ner, to slay, kill, lay dead; ein 

©Üb, to kill; eine ©elbflrafe / to 

pay down , to teil down , to clear 
(a debt). 
Crlegung, f. defeating, defeat; 
killing, slaying; paying down. 

Crleicptern, v. r. «. to ligkten, 

ease, disburden, discharge; fiefc, 
to ease nature; gaft, Arbeit, to al- 
leviate, lessen, diminish, aüay, 
itsuage, soften. 



Srleid) terung , /. lightening, 

easing; alleviating, alleviation f 
allaving. 
Cr leiben/ v.i.a. to suffer, sustain, 

tolerate; überfielen/ ertragen, to 

bear , abide , suffer , endure , tole* 

rate : 
€r (et blieb, adj. to besuffered, sup- 

f»ortablc, sufferable: — adv. to- 
erably. 
€ r l e n , adj. aldern , of alder. 
e r l e n a u , /. alderbed. 
Crtenfinf/ m. siskin. 
ertentoatb/ m. alderplot, alder- 

grove. 
erlernbar, adj. to be learned. 
erlernen, v. r. a. to learn. 
erlernung, /. leaming. 
Crlefen ; v. /. a. to choose, elect, 

select. 
S-ileucbten, v. r. a. to illumine, 

illuminate, enlighten, light up. 
erteu$tun<j//. illumination, en- 

lighteniug. 

erliegen, v. i. n. to be subdued, 
fall down , crouch , sink ; unter ei* 
ner Saft/ to sink under a bürden« 
be oppressed (overwhelmed) ; beut 
@raut/ to give way to one's sor- 
row, to grieve immoderately. 

erlogen, adj. not true, false, 
slanuerous , Calumnious t €i ifl tu 

flunfen unb erlogen , it is all stuff, 

all lies, sharoeless lies. 

e r l 6 $ , m. amotint , money got. 

e r 1 6 f cb e n / v. n. i. to go out , be 
extin^uished, auenched; ertoftyen/ 
extinet , quönched , ex unguis he d ; 
^it iitbt tfi erlogen , the heat of 
love has relented : «-*• v. a. r. to 
quench, extinguish. 

e r 16 f e n, v.r. a. to release, redeem, 
rausom, rcscue, free> save, deli* 
ver. 

e r 1 6 f e r , m. redeem er , saviour. 

e r 1 6 f u n g , f. redeeming» redemp- 
tion , releasing etc ; au6 ber ©e» 
fangenf^aft, ©VlatJtret, deliverance 
from bondage, infraiichisemenC 

Crtugen/ v. i. a. to inyent, tO 
contrive, to forge (by lying). 

e r l u fl i g e n / v. r. a. to divert, re- 
create, rejoiee, delight, to give 
pleasure, to amuse ; ftd), to be dl* 
verted , make merryt womit, to 
delight in. 

€ r l u ft i g u n g , /. diversion, rejoie- 
ing, delight, merrymaking, Amü- 
sement , recreation , diversion. 

erlitt tätigen, v. r. rec. to lay hold 
of, seize , usurp ; to dare , to pro* 
sinne: — v. r. a. to authorise, in« 
vest with power. 

ermahnen, v> r. «. to exhort, ad- 
monish, advertise , warn. 

erma^nung, /. exhortation, ad- 
moniuon, adveitifemtnt 9 warning. 






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C r ( a f f U lt , /. publishing , pro- 

clainiing; quitting of; disniissing; 

absolving , absolution etc. ; remit- 

■ ting, remission; acquiü,ing, ac- 

, auittance; ber £etbeigenfd)art, en- 

franchising, enfranchisemeut. 

Crtailbeil/ i>. r. ä. to permit, allow, 
grant, give leave (licence); man 
erlaube mir, I beg leave, give me 
leave , permit , suffer me. 

Sr(au6nt6/ J> permission , aiJow- 
anc«, leave, licence; mit 3j?^ r 
er(aubni§, with your permission, 
und er your favour. 

(& v l a u 6 t, adj. permitted , allowcd; 

lawful; e$ ijt fym niefct erlaubt/ he 

is not permitted^ 
C r l a U d) t , adj. illustrioas. 
e r t a u e r n , v.r.a. to get, or- obtain 

bylyingin wait, bylnrking, watch- 

ing, spying; 3emanben erlauern, 

to lie in wait in order to catch — »■ 

surpris© 6ne; eine Gelegenheit, to 
lie in wait, to watch for an op- 
portnnity. 
Crlaufen, v. i. a. to oyertake by 
running, to run out; tltl Stint/ to 
obtain a place by running after. 

Cr lauften, v. r. *. f. crlauern, 

C r t a U t e r n , v. r. a. to explain, ex- 
pound , illustrate , elueidate , dilu- 
eidate. 

€ r l h U t e r U n g , /. explanation , ex- 
plication» illustration . dilticida- 

tion, elueidation; jur Crläuterung 

bienenö, illustrative. 
€rle, /. alder. 
Erleben, v. r. a. to live to see. to 

experience ; icf) werbe bell Sag nid)t 

(rieben, I sh«tll never *ee the dav ; 

er f)at uielevlei Abenteuer erlebt, he 

has undergone — passed ihrough 
a variety of adventures. 
Crtebtgen, v. r. a. to free, release, 
deliver; exempt; dfscharge , ' di- 
vest; to vacate; erleb'tgt werben, 
to le discharged; toon einem &mt, 
to fall vacant ; t'xz ertebigte ©fette, 
Vacancy ; einem eine erlebigte @te(* 
fe geben, to put one into a vacan- 
€ r t e b i g U n g , /. release , deli ve- 
rance; acquittance, discharge, va- 
cation, vacancy. 
S r t e a e n, v, r. a, to put (lay) down ; 

ben $einb, to defeat; feinen ©eg* 

ner, to slay, kill, lay dead ; etn 

©ilb, to kill; etne$etbfirafe, to 

pay down , to teil down , to clear 
(a debt). 
Crlegung, jf. defeating, defeat; 
killing, slaying; paying down. 

Erleichtern, v. r. *. to ligkten» 
ease, disburden, discharge; ßcfy, 
to ease nature; fiafl, Sfrbett/ to al- 
leviate» lessen, dimurish, allay, 
aasuage, soften. 



erteto) terung , /. lightening, 
easing; alleviating, alleviation » 
alJaying. 

Cr leiben, v. i. a. to suffer» sustain, 

tolerate; überfielen , ertragen, to 

bear , abide , suffer , endure , tole- 
rate. 
2 r l e i b l i c$, adj, to be suffered, sup- 

f»ortablc, sufferable: — adv. to- 
erably. 
e r t e n , adj. aldern , of alder. 
e r l e n a u , /. alderbed. 

ertenftnf, m. siskin. 
erleniDatb, m. alderplot, alder- 

grove. 
erlernbar, adj. to be learned. 
erlernen, v. r. a. to learn. 
erlemung, /. leaming. 
Crlefen, v. i. a. to choose, elect, 

select. 
S-r teuften, v. r. a. to illumlne» 

illuminate, enlighten, light up. 
Cr l e u $ t U n <j , / illumination, en- 

lightening. 

erliegen, v. i. n. to be subdued, 

fall down , crouch , sink ; unter et* 
ner Saft, to sink under a bürden« 
be oppressed (overwhelmed) ; beut 
@ram, to give way to one's sor- 
row, to gneve immoderately. 
erlogen, adj. not true, false, 
slanuerous , Calumnious t tt ifl tv* 

flunfen unb erlogen, it is all stuff, 

all lies» sharoeless lies. 

ert6#, m. amotint, money got. 

e V t c ( <b e n , v, n. i. to go out , ba 
extizi^uished, auenched; erlofc^en, 
extiuet, quenched, extinguished; 
^k iitbt tft erlogen , the heat of 
love has relented: -^ v. a. r. to 
quench , extinguish. 

e r 1 6 f e n, v.r. a. to release» redeem, 
ransom, rcscue, free» save, deli- 
ver. 

erlofer, m. redeemer» saviour. 

e r 1 6 f U n g , jT. redeeming» redemp- 
tion, releasing etc ; au< ber 0e* 

fangenf^aft, @ctat>eret, deliveranc« 

from bondage» infrauchisemeuC 

erlügen, v. i. a. to inyent, tO 
contrive, to forge (by lying). 

erlufltgen, v. r. a. to divert, re- 
create» rejoiee, deli^ht, to giv« 
pleasure» to amuse ; flu), to be di- 
verted , xnake merry \ womit , to 
delight in. 

ertufligung,/. divers! on, rejoie- 
ing, deiight, merrymaking» imu* 
sement, recreatlon, diversjon. 

€rm^d)ttgen, v. r. rec. to Uy hold 
of, seize , usurp ; to dare , to pro* 
lume: — z». r. a. to authorite, in* 
vest with poVcr. 

ermahnen, v> r. «. to exhort, ad* 

xnonish» advertise» warn. 
erma^nung, /» exhortation, ad- 
monition, advertisemtAt» warning. 



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i r. a- lu mi.t, ni. 

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nun t ir ;>og, f. •oirauSoii , *n- 
mniganionl . •xhftmdmi , cxciu- 

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itinii tu g«t; In KV*. 
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•tot. i*Jt.t«, Ml»; r .:r 

k i nta»i ju trotait, im- 

{rcbctllitjf f. aequiiiuon , ein- 

ijnnt, nnJuctlun. «!-_ i 
£: p trmng (ut&l, /". IDiril uf »tib- 

6«*lt, U> onen tili »cnoe: $en 

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fl* «tue 0ilrj|iT.t>:ii, 
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. ,1.-, .li.d.i.ure. 






•verture; feine grolfnung baben, to 

bnte , define, Je t er min e , deeide , 
pnndar. sift, «am , invettigate ; 
ni-i't eri>riern, tri leave undeter- 
Kiined; öie Sarbe tagt ftrb erörtern, 
tue subjeet ii lißble to diicuiiion. 
(Erörterung, /. discuiaion, dabate, 
dotermination , deciaion . reaolu- 

(Sro(, n.pr. = ber Üiebefgott, Lot«, 

•grofiftft, adj. = [tebee'gebiibtltaj , 

Ctpaifeit, v. r. ». 
Rold of. 

SrpeC, »,. drake. 

Crpidjt, od;. given, bent , in tont, 
«drtictfd, greody, deiirout ; auf 
OfliS ©Ultimi, to ply booki , to 
"tiidy hürd; auf ©eiuinn, greedy 



takc 



alter 
«rpoafen, . 

by force , t> 
erpreffen, 

Ollt of, to 

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penenco, to experience, to try; 
erprobt, warranted. 
Srauicfen, v. r. a. to quicken, re- 

create , TB frei h , comfoct, revivu, 

rocovtr i trquirfenö , roereative , 
com f^able. 
Crqnttfli4, adj. rerVe»hing, re- 






Srguirf ftimbe, f. 

grquitfuiia,/. quickaning, 
tion. lefrrsltmenr, comfoit, 

jur ifnjuicfung bienenb , 



bag j« evratfjenbe treffen, to bit on 
Brratbung, /. guetaing, di vining, 

S r v edj cen, v. t. o. to obtain by li- 
tigirion, to acquire by law. 

firre gen, v. r. o. to »tir; to atir up, 
to taiso, 10 axciie; fidj reJCti, to 
•tir; aufwärts feir-egen, to rai»a; 
entflebfn machen, btrour Dringen, to 



3 " « 3r /■ 
| tffrar, adj. 
cb; fig 'to- 



to altain t 
to bit or 

with, des 



apprehend, 
I; einen Ort, 



! feinen sJuiecf rrrdrtjcn, 
n; Sie i&d&fle SJoUtom» 



menbeit erreirten, to 

lain to the hiebest p 

«rreiten, v.l. m. u 

acquire by riding, t< 

borsobick. 

«rrennen, v. r. a. b 
running after , tu 01 
tain bv runitiiig afte' 

«<t«tt<n, ... r"«. i 
deliver, rid. 

Erretter, m. deliver 



up; to establisb , inititma ; einen 
•Bunb, to niake a covenant; greunb* 
fdjaft, to m*ke frieadtliip. 
€ r r t <$ t ii n g , /. erecüon ; eitabüib. 



r enbr 
,... , _. -_... „-inet" 
__ much trtuiblc. 

grs'cr, m. = 3rvtfaum, gebier, er- 
ror, blunder; JalBO 8rrore, = unter 
3rrt()um* Soroebalt, free of error», 
erroi* excepted. 

ErVOtfjen, v. r. n. to blmh, colour, 
redden , grow red. 

(Erretben, n. \ blushing, redden- 

Ärr i' tijutig, f-J ing, coloaring, 
growing red. 

Srrufbar, adj. -within call. 

f£rrufen, v. i. a. to reacb wtth 
calling ; if6 (ann ibn ni<bt errufen, 
he ii out of rny calling. 

(Srrungen febaft, /. »cquitition , 
icqucit , acquilt. 

Srf'agen, v. a. r. to aay, to man- 

Erfotfiaen, v. r. a. to »tiate, m- 

ti.fy, 611. 
£rfä 1 1 iguu<5, /. utiadng, tatU- 

fying, Alling. 
€r'fö ttli*, adj. to be aatufied, ia- 

färfaft, m. repair, reparation, com- 
peniation, amends. 

€rf aufen, v. ■". r. to be drowned; 
in Saftern erfojfen fenn , to be 
drowned, plunged, immeraed in 

£rfäufen, v. r. a. to drown. 
Crfaufung,/. dronning, lubmer- 

Srfdjabtn, v.a.r. to tcfflpe (beip) 

togvlher, to board up , to »ecu- 

(£i'fd) jdjern, v. a. r. to gain by 

framinloiis or crafty traffick. 

Srfcbaffen, v. i. a. to create. 
erfebaffung,/. croaüoo. 
l£rf(balUn, v. r. U. i. n. to re- 
tound , echo, ring; fig., to ipread 

Örfiöalten, n. leioanding. «ebo- 
abroad. 



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e*H<Mlidj, »dj. vi.ible, ?•»«]>• 1 
lible, patent to one'a view ; bar* I 
aui ift trflrbtlicf;, Uence- J» tuani- 

£rfiegen, v. r. h. to obtain by 

Äifingeii, f. i. «. to »cquire by 



Srf 



erfinttn, i>. ■'. «. to get (break an 
ore) by ainking the mine, or 
by digging down ; aink under a 

9 r f t tl lt t n , i'. i. o. to d«TiM , con- 

trive: find out, invent, iniagmo. 

grfinit litt), «dj. iroaginable. 

fltrfiljen, t>. .". t>. toten; tttvat auf 
M erfiljen laffcn , to put »p an 
»ffront, imput.Ltion ; auf etwa« et. 
f«f[en, twftffen fenn, to be given, 
addicted to , to b« foud of. to p'y 



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i pmiMiioA by 
r ... . ,_. ription. 

».r fifj u ng, /. prescTJption. 

(Er f^ffen, part. pau, eon erfau* 
feit, drowned. 

(Erfoit nen, part. pcu. bon trftn 

tjrfparen, V. r. ». to »pare, lave; 
©e(b erfporen, to ««ve money; (hl> 

(tlCfl* am ffllunut, to pinch One 

belly for. 
fttfparniS, ». aaving», aparwg. 
Ctfpatuna, J. ip«riBg, «-ving. 

»plTingnel* , tariftineat. 
«rfpieU«, f. r. a. to get by play 



lug. 



, to get (earn) 



Cr fpinnen, 

by ipinning. 

«rfpTieGen, v. i. «. to be ol ut* ( 

to profit, proapet, thrive, conduce 

— turn — redound — conlribu 

- to one'B advantage, to prove one'i 

ad van tage , to be profitable, 
ttfpriefili*, «(/. of uae, uaeful. 
profitable , advantageon» , condn- 
eible , Expedient, boneßcial, who- 
leiome: — - adv. niefitlly, profila- 
bly, ndvantagcoiwly , conducibly. 
erfpriugen, i> f. a. to leap up io. 

to get by leapinp. 
gtft, nrfc. first, at first; anfonali i 
•t first; Iforber, before; nidjt er/er 
all jeftt, now. jiutf jeUterft, bin 
just uow; in nllrrerfr, Arn of all | 
ia, wo td) erft getreten, tbere whetc 
I wai before, formerly; eann erft, 
butthen; erft jefct, but now; ml 
uter* 2abr, but next year; erfi ein 
5atir nadifjer, not tili a ye« after; 
Se ifl erft ferfjSjeOii ?a6r oft, thj 
i* butaizteen yeara old; map tl 
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pieriouriy applied to; 6ifl bu erft 
fca? are yoa not come fanher? 
■.■ftan&eti/ part. pass. yon erfieb* 
n, aiuen ; puichated. 
!■ ft ü r f e n , t>. r, tu to gather 
trengtli, to come to vigour, to 
grow itrong. 

■,'fl a r reu , v. r. n. to benuni, 
■mm!, ; in) etftarrc, wenn id> nur 
Daran Bcnft, it ehilU my blood but 

geltarren, «. 9.x flarr u*g, /. 

numbness , itiffneM. 
rflatten, v. r. a. to compenaate, 
reit ore , retaliate , repay , retriere, 
make up, make good; Skrirflt, to 
give notice, tO infonn, to adviie. 

■... r ft attung, /■ eompensaiion , re- 

stitu Li un , Information , repoit. 
.;■ vflaunen, v. r. n. to be (grow, 

■tand) asconiiiied, lurpriaed, daunt- 

ed , diimaye J , perplex , aoiaied ; 

tat ift erfiaunrnfe, that U »stonisli- 

ine. aurpriaing, amazin^. 

rflaulltn, n. \ astoniilirnont, «nr- 
g t flau nun 9,J.J prile. «tunning, 

amazement; in grjtaunen fe^tn, to 

aitonitb, amaie. 

■ .- r ft a u n l i dj , adj. a*toni»bing. 
amazing, aurpriaing, attange, atu- 
pendout: — adv. amax!ngly;' ti 

gefällt mir «ftaunlicf;, I like it pro- 
digioudy. 
^ r ft e , adj. first; bat Crfle bat *8(ftt, 
the first the beit; ber crfte fceftt, 
the firiteomer; für ba< €rfle, für* 
Srfte, for the firatj jum erften, am 
HSi'fl en , it fi nt ; wer am evften 
tammti he tbtt comei fint; oai 
erfte SSJlai, the Grat time : ber ?rfte 
in einer fFamilie, the chief of ■ ia- 
mily; btt erfte Äirdjc, primitive 
chnrch ; bie erften Sruajte, rath 
frui» , haitinga ; btc erfte SBelt, an- 
tedilitvian world; erfte SXebe im 
^arlement , maiden apeech ; bet 
(fvfte fenn , to uke the leid. 
Jrfledjtn, v. i. a. to ftab, run 
througli with a aword , pierce , to 

erfte*ung,'/. aubbing, piercing. 

€ r ft e b e n , v. i. n. to ariae , me 

the dna.l; (aufen, to buy, 



Igrfteigen, v. i. a. to get (reach) 
by atepping up, climbing ; einen 
©cra, to climb up, to ucendi 
Senfier, SRautrn, to «cale. 

igrftetflen, n. «rfteiguna., /. 
climbing up, ancending; mit Xtf 
lern, »caline, «calide . acalado. 

gvften*, adv. first ly, for the fint. 

"-fter&en, t.. i. n. to die avray> to 



' expire , grow torpid, 
grftgeboren, -dj. firatborn, pri- 
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fhft|(IfitB ( U bdüf in up.ioi «m- 
firttn, !>■ «ri«». - 

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€rit)ägung, /. weighing, ponder- 
ing, consiti^iiner ♦ perpeiiding, ex- 
amining; in @ru>agung, in regard, 
respecr, coiisideratron. 

ßriratylen, /•. r. a. to choose, elect, 

. pick out. to n:ako clioice of. 

C v ir fl b 1 11 n £, / t hoosing, electing, 
election , crciation. 

(£t\Vat)V.et\, v. r. a. to mentiou, to 
toticli upou, to speak of» to al- 
ledp« , to iustance. 

6 r iv a f) 11 u n g , /. memioning, men- 
tiou, com moniora tion ; t^Ult # to 
monrion. 

C r tu a r m c n / v.r.n. to gro w warm, 
calefv. 

Crwärnten, v. r. c. tai jjfmmer, 
ben Öfen, to lieat; tUvat, to warm, 
calelv ; fid) , to warm onc 1 « seif. 

g r w a'r m u n <j , € t w a r m u n g , /. 

heating, Warnung, calofying. 
2r 19 arten, i\ r. a. to expeet , stay 

— wau it»r. 
grwartuttfl, /. expecting, exnecta- 

tion , myi;ig, w-tiring for, liope; 

in (£vu?ah::r.g eineS ocffcni, tili 

something better liappens. 

£r werfen, v. r. ß. to waken . awa- 
ken, rousu froni sleep; ton bftl 
Sobtftt, ro resuscit.ne from the 
dcad, levive; munter matten, to 
animare, excite , raige , stir up ; 
verurfariien, to cause, create, or- 
canion. 

(* r ir e rf 1 1 d) , adj. animating , excit- 
in;, edifying. 

CT nveef mt t te ( / n. incentive. 

<£rn?etfun(}, /. waking , a waking, 
stirring np , encoura^en -ent, inci- 
ration, roitriug, resubeitatiou» re- 
vival, aniination , exoitation. 

<J V \V C l) t e n , v. r. a. to keep oiT, to 
defend from, rid of, get rid of, 
V.^ be$ ©tfifafS entehren, to keep 
« u.*> 8elr fror« falling asleep. 

% x \h c i <t) e XI , v. r. a. to sofren % niol- 
;i v, Jenity, makc »oft; rubren, 
bev'.'ejen, to move, touch, affoct. 

Cvireid)enb/ od], mollient, emr>I- 

licut, lenitive; evt»ei<$en&e SSiitttl, 

emoUienta , Jcnitives. 

<Jr itfeid)ltn$, /. weakening, soften- 
ing , mollifying etc. , moving etc. 

Cfiuet^/ m. proof, evidence, de- 
tnonstration. 

C r io e i f e n / v . 1. a, to shew , ex!)i- 
bit, brinp to Jis;lit, prove, per- 
firm; £bve, to do honour; einen 
5>icti|l/ txne ©cfälligfett, to do a 

Service, 10 c^nfer a favonr npon ; 

Hiebt, £l)vc , (Bnpft , to shew, do. 

exhij'it, giv*;, yield, bestow lipon ; 
6civci|'en / to prove . erince, de- 
mo*.s»rate; fiep ertpeifen/ to prove. 
C( IV ei^Ct d), adj evident, eviu- 
cible , demonatrable: — adv, evi- 
dently, demonstrably. 



<&V\Vtitl\d)ttit, /. «videntness, 
demonstraiiveness. 

S r \v e t f u n q , /. ibewing , exhibi- 
tion, demonstration , proof, veri- 
fication. 

Srtveitertl/ v. r. «.' to widen, en- 
large, ex»cnd , amplifv ; jtg./ to 
lengthen, enlarge, extend , im- 
püate, ampll^cate, amplify. 

g r !» C i t e r U n <J / /. widenirg t> sn- 
largiiig , extending , exteniion, 
lengrhening, amptification. 

£rtt;er6/ m. acqiusition , piofit, 
gain , growth. 

gr werben, v. i. a. to cirn, ac- 

qnire. procure, gef, gain, win ; 

evrt>or6ene ©üter, acquisitions , ac- 

quests. 

grn>er6ntß, n. acqnisition. 

^rit)Cr6fam, adj. mdus'rioiit. 

% r tu e r b f a m t e i t , /. indiistrv« 

^ r») e V b U n g , /. earning. acquiring, 
acqnisition, purcliasing, getting, 
gaming, wiuning. 

<S V iD i e b e r n / v. r. a. to retum , re- 
taüate, render; ®(eicfte< mit @iei« 
cficm, to render like for likc; ant* 
JDOrten, to retnrn, aniwer, reply. 

(grroieberunj, /. retiirning 9 re : 
turn , retaliaung , rctaliation , ren- 
dering, answering, aniwer, re- 
plying, reply. 

ß r lü i n b e n , «. f. «. to eet by la- 
bour ♦ to gain , earn ,' acquire ; fl(^, 
to take upon one's seif, liave the 
audacity, 10 dare, to be bold ; ti 

an md)t$ erivtnben (äffen/ to leave 

no stone iiuturned. 
Srioifc^en; v. r. a. to catch, iur- 
prise, overtake. 

£riPO0en, part.pass.io. erroaaen, 

perpended , pondered, weigbed, 
considered. 

(£rworben, part. pax^. von eriver« 

be\\f earnea, acquired, got, gain- 
ed , won , purchased. 
Srrcorgen, v. r. n, to be eboked, 

suffocated. 
\g r iv u 4 e r n / v. r. a. to acquire by 

ii5ury. 
g r 10 ü n fd) e n / v. r. «^ to wish for, 

to desire ; eine crwünfc^te ®e(e$en« 

fyc'itt a wished for opportunity. 

g r w fl r $ e n , v. r. a. to smotber , 
suiTocate, clioke, stifte, scrangle, 

tfcroule ; ' burd) 3lbf*netbunö Der 
$e\)le, tp cut the throat; Qewatt* 
fam um# Seren bringen, t o kill, 

m-»rdc»r, slaiigliter , Stab. 
Srivürgunfi/ /. smotbering, snffo- 
ca'.ing, stifT^cation etc., cutting 
the throat; killing, murdering etc. 

(gra, n. r*fy, ore, rnctal; gemixt, 

bross , bronze. 
^rjaber,/. metallic vein. 
^raa^Un A v. r. «. to teil, rokte, 



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b&ti)t, I luve thougbt so$ e$ fnb 
meine ©ruber, they are my bro- 
thers; es gte&t, mit bem sing., tliere 
18 ; mit bem plur. , tliere are ; el fei 
benn , unless , oxcept. 
CfcftßCait, n. a Kind of blue. 

"ihU//- 95auni, ash, ashtree; com- 
fiolds belonging to a village ; a 
numb^r of acres comprehended in 
one iield ; the right of driving 
cattle or sheep into such a field. 

ßfu)en, adj. ashen. 

€fcf)laudj, m. bastard dittany, asca- 
lonian garlick • eschallot, shallot; 
escalüdns , scallions. 

«fd&rofeC, £fa;ru*ffet, «. wild 
hawtree, Service. 

€fe(, m. ass; icte ein Sfef fcfjreien, 
to brav; Ppm tyferbe auf bett £fel 

fommeh, to thrive back ward, to 
fall out of the fr\inff pan into the 

fire ; auf htn ©aef fragen unb ten 

6fel meinen; to punish a mean per- 
ton in the presence and to the tcr« 
ror of a great one ; bfn £fel JUIU 
£octor tttarfjen, to mähe of aDunce 

an nble man ; einem <£fel JU ©rabe 

läuten, to Swing (toss. shake) nne'i 
legs to and fro ; ein £fel f<piU be» 

onoern einen @acf träger, one ass 

calls the other a sackbearer» the 
kettle calls the pan blackarse ; ben 

Sfel fürten unb barauf reiten, to 

look, like the butcher, for one's 
knife when one hat it in one's 
moutli ; ber $6(Aerne, wooden horse; 

©taflfclct tintS 5Rafer$, eascl; einen 
groben , ungefftteten , ungefefcief ttn 
Sftenfcfyen, ass, jackass. 

€ f e t e i , /. slucgishness , ignorance, 
dokishness, aullness; fcpwere 2U* 
Seit, dmdgery. 

CfelfuUen, «fettfüttert, n. 

colt: — w. foal : -— /. of an ass. 
S f e 1 () a f t , adj. like an ass , slug- 
gish, stupid, doltish, plump, auk- 
xvard, clownish: — adv. sluggiih- 
ly , stupidly, doltishly. 

£fel t n, /. she ass. 
pfeift, v.r.n. f. fernere Strfcett Per* 
rieten, to drudge ; gro6e Setter 6e* 

qepen , to commit great blundexs; 

jemanben einen (Efel nennen, to call 

one an ass. 
SfelSarbeit, /. drudgery, hard 

WOTk. 

£fe($6o&ne,/. hersebean. 
6fel<6rö<fe, /. an ass's bridge, 
ignorant's difficulty; relief in need. 

(5fef$&urbe,/. ass's load. 
£ K 1 3 b i ft e l , /. muskthistle. 
(EfelÄfam, m. true maiden haar, 

l&dJe's hair. 
CfeUgef^rei/ n. braying of an 

ass. 






€fetlgurfe, /. squirting cueum* 
ber. 

£fel£fyaupt, n. moor'i head, cap 
of the masthead ; gro§efl , cap ox 
the mainmast; 35efan$», cap of 
the mizenmast; ^0(f*, cap 01 the 
foremast; 35ugfpnet6*, cap of the 
bowsprit; große« (gtengenefetlbaupt* 

cap of the main topmast; JfreUV 
flengenefef$baupt, cap of the mixen 
topmast; SBorffengcncfete'baupt/ cap 

ot the fore topmast; glaggenftotfi* 

cfcleNupt, cap of the flagstaff. 
S f e ( $ \) a U t, /. skin of an ass ; dark 

spotted cowry. 
^fcC^f^eu, n. esparcet , sainfoin. 
€* f e U ^ u f , m. hoof of an ass ; asi'i 

foot, colt's foot. 
SfeC^fopf, m. head of an alt 8 

©cbimpfioort, dunce, ass» lob. - 
^fetetraut, n. gromwellleared 

«piirge. 
Qfeiituvbifi, m. wild eneumber. 
trfelfUtttct), m . f. efettyuf. 
€ f e li m 1 1 d), /. ass's milk ; = «fe($V 

Du f. 
(2 f e i i m 6 $ r e, /. carrot, bird's ndft» 

bee's nest. 
SfeC^O^r, n. ass's ear; strop nnder- 

the cap of topmasts; horned broad 

lip, ploughs, frogs, (eine ©c^necfen« 
ort, n?k) seaear; an einem Statte, 

dogs ear. 

(g f e ( « r ü cP e n , m. shelving on'botkV 

sides. 

Sf eUfdjnjona, m. ass't tail. 

<gfel«trad)t, / ass's load. 

Qfelitvide, f. eultivated hedyta- 
rnrn or sainfoin , cock's head 9 mi- 
die vetchling. 

Sfettrei6er, m. assdriver. 

(2 f 9 a r f e % t e , /. esparcet , sainfoin. 

fcfPC, /• asp. 

Sfp.entaup, n. aspen leaves. 

^6/ Sgd)en, n. ace; f. %,%. 

S§6ar, «dj. eatable; — a</r. eaU* 
bly ; e§6are 5öaaren , eatablei. 

€ffe, /. ber @d>miebe, forge; 64otne 
ftetn , chimney. 

Sffen, v. i. a. (part. pass. Q<t$t$tn, 
imp. a§), to eat, feed; )U CKtUoae, 
to dine; JU ^6e«b, to sup ; effClt 
@ie gerngett? are von fondof fat? 

effen, n. eating; fRa^eit, meal, 
repast; ©pcffc, meat; l^benbeffen, 
supper; SkittagÄeffe» , dinner; 6e» 
ria}t, dish, mess 

fcffenfcger, Äffenfe^rer/ ns. 

cliiirtueysweeper. 
Sffena^ /• essence; tPO^rieaJenbf/ 

rerfume. 
€ffer, m. eater. 
<Sfferltd), a<//. inclined to eat, 
%i\\Q, m. Pon- 5SBein ( vinegar; tofl 

feuern Xrauben , eisel, verjuice; 

etwa* in €ffig legen, to »eason 

with yinegar. 



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barftf, I Iinve thoiight »ot eff flnb 
mein« Svitber, tltey are my bro- 
tlicn ; ti giebt, mit htm ring., tbera 
J6 ; mit Cum p/ur. , tiisre are ; (I fit 
benn, nnless, «xcept. 

«fc&uUll, ». a kinS of blue. 

*[$•//■ 8<f*, g»ylillg. 

Cftc,/. «fluni, aih, aalitrae; corn- 
fiotUs beianging ro ■ village ; ■ 
' ' i cumprehended in 
riglit of ilriving 
r iiito luch 2 fiolJ. 

£f * CH , aJf. atlien. 

(Efdjlaurf?, m. basiard dittauy. aaca- 
lonian garlick. escliallot, iliallot; 
eicalHoni, scallions. 

efdjröfel, efdjriiffet, o. wild 

«fei, m.'asa; wie ein «fei fdjreien, 
io brav; Upm Ererbe auf beu «fei 
fuitiltiefl, to thiive baek-.vard, lo 
fall out of tili- kling p*n !"•« •'•« 

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Itctor macten, to _ . 

tu .-Mo man ; einem «fei 
läutClt, to Swing (tOM. lhakel O: 

leg» [o and fro ; ein «fei fitilt oen 
anbern einen ©arftroaer, oue an 
call) tlie oiber a tackbearer, tbe 
kettle call» the pan blaekar.e ; ben 
«fei fit(6rn unb bmauf reiten, to 
louk, like the butcher. for one't 
knife wlien one hat it in one's 
mo'i 1J1 ; ber bölterne, wooden horte; 
©toffclct eine« 8Ka(erJ, eaicl; einen 
«roben , unaefrtteten, ungefrt)i<ften 
iffienfdjen, an, jackn». 

«felei, /. ilnegithnsM. ignoranee, 
doltiahnesi, oullne«; fdjioere SU* 
btit, Hnidgery. 

Cfeifülten, «fetlfülleti, ». 

colr: - m. fetal: — /. of an a... 

2ft'I(iaft, adj. like an. n«, »lug- 
giah. stupid, dohiili, plump, auk- 
-ward, dowuish: — adv. iluggiah- 
1) , aiupidly, dolusbly. 

«fei in,/, alte ui. 

€f(ln, ". r. n. f. frfjicete äreeit »er« 
ridjten, to drudge; grobe Seblcr be= 
flepen, to cnnin.it greac Wunders; 
jeinnntcn einen «fei nennen, to call 

Sfellurbttt, /. drudgery, haid 

work. 
efef*6o6ne, /. faonebean. 
«feU&rütfe, /. an aaa'i bridgr, 

ignorant's difficulty; 1 



tibitrbt, /. aw'i load. 
fiel,/ »uikthm 



«Fet« ,. 

fifeUfarn, 

ladie'n haii. 

«felSflefo») 



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«feUfmÜp t, r. moor'i liead , cap 
of the itiaiihead i_ «rofif* , cap of 
■efonS«, cip of 
. v )o?<, cap of th» 
foremast; SäuejfpnetS», cap of th« 
bowsprit; großes fttenaenefeHbaupt, 
cap ol tlie main topmaat; Xreu|> 
ftengenefrlÄijflttpt, cap of tlie mizan 
tnjima»tj Surfte rtgtnefeHboupt, 
ot tlie fore topmaat; glaggen"" 
cfelf'i'üupt, cap of tlie flagstii.. 

«fetäljaut,/. skia of in uii dark 



eis COUP t, cap 
glaggenfto«» 
1 flagstiff. 



f , m. .haad of an aal ; 

icrt, dnnce, am, lob. 
U t , n. gromwelücavad 



f.iot, coli' 
Cfetlfo " 

©raimpi 
«fcletr 

eft'Eif urbifi, m. wild cnctimber. 
(äfelftatticfj, m . f. gfeUbuf. 
€ I e li m i I flj, /. au'* milk ; s= efctl> 
buf, 

C f e ( # 111 6 b r (, /. carrot, hird'a notE, 

Sfelfobr, n. m'i aar; attop nnder 
tlie cap of topmam ; horned broad 
)ip, plougha, froga, (eine ©djtlttfen« 
att, rcie) aeaeai; an einem Slot«, 

g-fel^riiifen, 01. ihelving oa'boti 



lides 

efeHfd)«jonj/ ™. 
«fet«tracbt,/. 
SfelSiuitFe, /. 



»*» tail. 

load. 
ciiltivaied hedyta- 
, cock't haad, me- 

aisdriver. 



Sfelti 

*Ut,f. aip. 

SfpenCaub,». aipen leavei. 

e§, e|d)en, n. ace; f. St«. 

tSfjtflr, nd/. ea table: — adv. cala- 
bly ; efibarc ISaaren , eatable». 

gffe, /. bee ©ebtuiebe, forge; @djorn* 
jttill , cliirnney. 

ffiffea, v. i. a. frort, »bm. OMeffen, 
imp. OB), to eat, feedi JU äRiUa^e, 
to dine; ju Slbenb, to 111p; tuen 
eiegerngctt? are you fonäof fat? 

effen, n. eatingi WUXfiuto., meil, 
repast; gipeife, meat; ÄbenbefTen, 
dipper; ©ittagjeffen, diuner; ©C» 

Cffrnf(«*rrcVf<ll(c|rcr r m. 

ciiiiiiueysweopei. 
SffeTij, /. eiaence; pJoblriertjenbe, 

rerfume. 
€rfer, m. eater. 
effertidj, orf/. inclined to eat, 
effia, m. t)Oit SBein ( Tinegar; ton 

fautrn Xrauben , eisel, -rerjuice; 

ctraa« in Sffia legen, to tcaiOM 

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fretfcr, ._.. ... _ 
ein p et, n. = t&cffpiel, exsmple, 
insianfe, precednnt s wir baten nodj 
fein (fpmpel bouon gehabt, >-h»re 

newer «Ai a preceder.l; JUllt Stent* 

trcmpft.V, n. ='sbbru<f,' ©rurf« 

ftM, oxemptar, copy. 
Sremp I ari fd), uJj. — tnufterbaft, 

examplary : — adf. examplarily; 
leben, to live examplarily. 
Srequieit, p/«r. = E ei d)en geprang, 

Crercirtn, u. r. a. =: üben, ein« 
ilbeil, Srillen, to exerciso, 

ßtercitien, pfer. = Webungen, 
Bearbeitungen, nxerciee». 

fcrefettif-nraeifter, m. = SriU* 
nteifier, maater of exeTcine». 

Keil, "• = ÄienB , äJei-Goiinung , 

Srpectan j, /. = Sdiipavtrdjaft, »ur- 

Crpectotiren, n. r. a. = fein £er a 
nusfrfji'itien, to expectorate, unbo- 

C.rpeb tren, v. r. a. — ausfertigen, 

abfertigen, to diepstch. 
Srpebition , f. = Sratjhiie, of- 

6j: per tut en t , n. = ©erfudj, expe- 

€.rpe niren, v.r.*. = auflegen) to 
exposc; einen Slutor, to expound 
. cl«*ic. 

Srpvefi, or/f. — au6brii<f(irt;, eigenf, 

on purpoie. 

Srpreffe, m. =r (Eigener, expre«) 

— extraordinary mcsiengor. 

Svtra, adv. — außerdem, baruber; 

aufWartl, besides, into tlie bar- 

eain'. evtra geben, to eo uitit. 
«Ftract, m. = «uflöfung; äu*iug, 

exstract ; abstract , abriiigmem ; int 

©ertdjt, l»ief, 
Sjrtrapoft, /- = eigenpeft, «xira- 

Srtrajeitung, /. = ISct» ober 
Dtebenjeitung , gacette extvaordina- 



Sr'tretn, n. =z SeufievfW, 

Crnlaitt, m.= Slcnber, Verbann 
(et, Vertriebener, one eiiled. 



*!, tierter Eon in fcer SEonfefter, fa. 
gilbet, /. fable, apologuo; 9Bat)r« 

Aen, w«, fiction. 
*flbe(biditer, m. fabuliat. 
gobe(b«ft/ adj. fabulout t — adv. 

fabuloucly. 



gabetbonä, m. fabl.r, tal 
talabearer. 

Sabellebre, /. mythology, 

loey of the paeam. 
gabeln, «. r. ii. to fable, teil 

tafeln, to dote, rave, talk 
Säbeln, n. doting, raving. 
S a & v i < a n t , m. = ©rofig troe 
. ©ewei-fcarttittr, workmiaitei 

nnfxntnrer, maker. 
gabrieat, n. = Qewerbwaat 

Wertarbeit, manniacuiie. 
Sabrictien, v. r.o. = im « 

b^ufe fertigen, to manufactu 
jabrif, /. = ©rcigeiBerb, 

yrorknianabip , raanufacture 

g adi, (in ^ufaminenfe^ung^ 
einfacb, tingle; {tpetfatb/ d 
tw-ufold; •bveifarfi, «lireefold 

8 ad), n. compartment, bav, 
linn; im ertjriftfaften , &o 
gfbranr«, drawer; im fcüd). 
llielf, rang.riiw; im iÖiett 
cell; in p<teucvn, bay; eir 
in Sadj' utiB Jad) erbitten, t< 
a hoiue in good condition fr 

( SßiffenfAaft, JTunft, all ? 

Sir.iviiice, depnrLment. braue 
)anbtl6fa<be, in tbe line of 
in the vray of cnmmercial 
■—' bat ift mein gad; nid;: 



ii out of my way. 
jäcbel, m. fTSädier. 



atber 



. fan 



»ick, 



fan, v._ . 

Sädie rfalter, m. pteropbor 
gittern, v. r, .. t/fin, 
gid)crpaline, /. vinopalm 

si'*Trf[0&, m. fa, 
Satfjgerte, f. split 

n,,.Ja of liurdle*. 
Sa <b ball, ». wdoden mll 

filiing up die ipace* of a 

SaAorbnung,/. elmificitit 
Sadjreufe, f'wieL 
gadjfcr, ,». lUp of vi.,», 

laver, ilioot , tvvig, provine 
Sad)fieb, n, hürdlcu'cre. 
gfl* ti f(t), m. table, on whi- 

clotlimakera and hatten be. 

iliort vrooL 
S od) loeife, adv. by compatti 

by djviaioot, into leveial eq 
S ael) Wert, n. bay of joisie , 

bniwixt two beama. 
Joe it, «. = gunbjabf, ©etrag 

dnee, cum, amonnt; maihi 

3br S«('t barauf, you im 

Söffe, /..= gßtite ober JKaun 
ftben ben OnbbUera einet e 
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fabreit [äffen, Co abändern, forink 
for'jgo. reliiKJuilli , wäre, leavt 

eint ©elegeribeit, to let slip 3a oj 
pnrtunity; er läjt feine . üBfinuno 
nfa)t fahren, he wou't pari w ! '** 
bis opinio«; fahre iBo&l, fare w 
fabrenb, herum frreifenb, vagra 
ein fnbrcnber Kitttr, a knight 
rant; Sanbfabrer, vagrant,,' vi t . 
boiul ; gen Jpimmel fahren, toWend 
to heavon; jgr ijolle, to de«cen<l, 
to go to bell; auf einem ©rfjijfe, 
in einer .fiutfrtjc, to ride; auf einem 
©dllitten, to go in a »led^e, to be 
earried on a »Tedge t auf einem 3Ba> 
gen, tu ride, go in * carriage; et 
tarn mit tSechfen in Die StaOt gefall« 
ren , he came to tbe lawn in a 
coach and »ix; ju einem fahren, tu 
drive to one'a honte; fpajteren fo(?* 
ten, to take air in a coach; irre 
fahren, ta ride utray; fid> mühe 
fahren, to be tired with ridingi 
über einen glufi, ®ee , to go ov Dr , 
croüs ; mit ber SÄbre, to ierry o W. 
anäüanb, to go on «höre, to »bore; 
Vom Kante, to part fvom the »bore, 
to go, lo «nil off from. the »höre s 
auF©<bIittffljuben, to »caie; einem 
Über baiSKaul, to map, bite, (peak 
rongbly. give a »märt «ply; IBobC 
Ober übet, to fare well or ill; i* 
fahre nulit loobl, nenn ich ibm D u> 
ttiber bin, it 11 not my intereat to 
diioblige bimi bafcei fährt er am 
95eflen, lie has the best of che bar- 
gain; abfahren, to depart: — v. i. 
a. to move by a carljage, boat, 
«hin , to carry, to drive, to row . 
Über, to bring, to carry orer; ei« 
ne Autftbe, to drire » coach; auf 
tun SSafftr, fdjtffen , to navigate ; 
in einer Säure, to torry; bie Saut» 
tUlfdie, tyofl, to drive the suge- 



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■ iipine, indolent, caieldllt — 

blatten tively, neelieentlv. 

3abrlaffi a reit, f. in««* 

diaregard, careleiineaa, neglij 

IftvifTf?/ track, rut. 

gabrleute, r l. ferrymen , 
man and hi> aervant*. 

gährli*teit,/. danger, riik 
pardy. 

jjcnbrmann, m. ferryman. 

g a i) r in e i ft e t, m. maater of a 



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SajtBltfc, adj. mortng, going, rid- 
ing; fa^renbe i?aoe, movcable»; 
Sie fahre nbf $oft, mailcoach, »tage- 

gobrer, nt. driver; Oftinbienfabrer, 
Eutin di« man . a veisel houitd 
for the Eaitindies; einer tun ei» 
nein foirbeit ©thijfe, »ailor for the 



öbrgfitig, m. carnagevray. 
abrgelb, n. carriage, fare. 
ährqelb, n- fare, lerriage. ' 
QbvaltH, n. rnt, track, 

äbrig, aäj. — junget unerrfi^ba» 
rei, bem ißieb unerreicbbarel (iboli 1, 

unbro«-.able ( {)• 

äbriabn, m. wherry. 



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vegardlelt, ncgligeot, neglectl'ul, 



gäbruiutttr,/. iow. 
gajtntfi, /. = 6e»fj)..<$f « 
fabrenbc $abe, ^auivatb, > 

SAftrfafff, n. ferry, ferrybo 
■a&rfeffet, m. rolling ehair. 

■ a i) r ft r a fe e, /. grear road, tbon 



T t, F. patia« 



journey, 

Schilfe, nävigationi er bat 
Sabrten netr.au, he haa madi 
vovaae»! Sfficg, w«y, road ; 
Saft, loa d, cartload; Sur* 
paaiage; auf gut ©lürf, expedi 

jÜt«"'/'«"*«, mark, foi 
einem aut ber jährte feijn, to 

one'l hecl« , to imell on«'» di 

Sabrimeffer, m. log.. 

Jalneaffer, n. «£gabU v 
faiiwar. track, conraei ba* l) 
gabmäiTer nid)t, tlut it out e 
Tray — line, 

Safirncg, >«. highway, high 

Sabrioinb, m. fair wind. 

Äafci'jeua, n. vettcl, bark, b 

% II i f d) , in. blood of a deei'i 

Sa lanb, m. evil spirit, devil. 

Salb , adj. fallow, pale, 
bleak, fadadi berSlIhe, ein % 
liglit redcolotired horte; ben 
ben ftreidjtn, to flauer, fawn 
jole, toas, caret». 

Salbei, /. furbelow; mit 3« 
autftaffiten, to furbelow, flo 

Jalbicht. adj. lomewhaf fal 

bleakish, palei fallowlike. 

Sa In f n, f. u. r. to fallovr. 

galt, »1. falcon, hawk; niinnl 
tercel; «Sergfalfe ,, monnt.ii 
rockelift faicon; afrifanifdjer, 
bary falcon ; IWrttfJtfdjrt ,e 
' Itartar, Wa 



inged pidgnci ._ . 

ein 91e(tltug, niua, eyun ein 
jähriptr, a hawk of th« fint 1 
ein ebirr galfe, a falcon gen 
einer ecn ber febleehtoi 3rt, 
by; osn ber fleinflen, marlin 
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ba&krnpt. inn buJiinjii , lu !u«*l, 
l?rrii*iD. S8p #oti .jiUue» Wirt, 
«KCl ff t?p.mc, in 
iimike; w*r» bring um, X-ff 
3cfd (im ntitt n«tl tom Siamtnt, 
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co pronounce a sentcnce; bte §&$* 

nc, to change or to cast teeth. 

a l ( e n b u n g , /. termination. 

a 1 1 e n r 1) r , n. latch. ( 

ga l ( f en ft e r, n. gliding window. 
g l l t e r t i'g , «<i/. a falüng, like to 

fu!l . about to fall, 
galljjatter, n. falling gate , port- 

allgranate, /. blind granado. 
Ct (füllt, n. personal fief. 

a 1 1 \) a ( e n / m. iiook. 
$ u 1 l b a H 6 / ». honse of tho flayer 
> (wlerc he kceps the skins). 
g a 1 1 f) l J , n. windfallen wood. 
gallbut, m. rolier , päd, pud- 

dirphat. 
gällfg, adj. due, payable; ttor bcr 

fälligen gilt jaulen, to anticipate 

pavxneut. 

galliment, w. = 3a$lung*unt>er« 

mögen, failure, insoivency, break- 
- ine. bankruptcy. 

galliren, v. r. n. = aa&lunfä&ig 

Werten , to bankiupt , fail , break, 

turn , to run bankrupr. 
gaUit, m. = 25anfäru$, bankrapt. 
gallttengerid)t,n. court oi bank- 

ruptey. 
8 a l 1 1 i a p p e# /. trapboard ; espaul- 

ment, shoulueriDg. 
gallfraut, n. mountain betony, 

mountain plan r ain. 
gal Haben, m. shutter of a iky-' 

light, or trunklight (in a ahop). 

a Um elfter, m. flayer. 

a 11 m Ü $ e / /. rolier. 

U 1 e dj e n / m. portcullis , draw* 

harr w. 

g a ( l r e e p , n. ladderrope , manrope. 
gallreeptf treppe, /. aecommo- 

dationladder. 
gall$, a</u. in case. 
* U f dj t r Ml , m. parachnt«. 
j a t l ft r i tf, m. gm , snare , noose, 

springe, train, trap , bownet. 
galtfuc$t, /. falling sickness, epi- 

lepsy. 
galltfyor, n. falling gate , portcul- 
lis. 

allt&iir, /. trapdoor. 

älluna, / felhne. 

a litt? affer, n. fall of water. 

aUrcÜbpvet/ w. morkin. 

allwinb, m. (jtciföen 93eraen t>ef» 
ttg berauäfafyreno) , eddy wind. 

go if <ty, . adj. false, sbam , counter- 
feit, mock ; forged ; bad (money); 
wrong , deceitlul , treacherous , 
maljcious ; vicious; ein falfcfyer 
@teiil, ^3rief / a spnnous stoiie, 
letifcr; greunb, false iriend ; (Sdjetn, 
illusion , delusion ; terfa(|ct?t, bc 
trüg Her;/ falsified, adultcrated, roun- 

terfejt, forged; ein falföer 3Se<$* 
fe(/ forged bill of exebange ; ter 



fatjfc^e ®e<$fel ma<t>f, forgar; falfty 
anführen, to misquote; falftt bar* 
gellen, to misrepresent ; falföet 
53er tc^t/ misinformation : — adv. 
faltely, adulterately. 

g l f (^ , n« want , fault ; tlnttX^ttytt/ 
betrug, falsehood, deoeit. 

g a ( f 4 e n / v.r. a. to adulterate , fal- 
sify» counterfeit, forge, oorrupt« 

galfdf)eri, n. gälfdEmng, /. adul- 

teiating, adulteration » falfifying, 
f alsiflcation , counterfeiting 9 forg- 
Tng. 
gölfc^er, m. adulterer, f aller, fal- 
iifier, forg er , co unterfei ter. 

galf* gläubig, adj. heterodox, 

beretic. 
g a l f (^ ^ e i t / /. faliehood, fakeneit 9 

falsity. 
g ä l f d) ii d), adj. false, deceitfol: — 

aJv. falsely , deeeitfulij. 
galfc^munier, m. coiner of falte 

money. 

galfen v. r. a. u. n. f. folgen. 

gälte, /. fold, plait, rüffle; tm0e« 
fldjt; wrinkle; <2infrblagfa(te, bem, 

tucking in; in galten legen, to 
fold up; in galten sieben, to mince. 
g a 1 1 c l n, v. r. ä. to fold , plait. f 
galten, v. r. a. to fold, plait; bte 

^ante, to fold; mit gefältelte« 

jp&nben, with one'f hands loined; 

bte ®ttrne falten, to bend one*t 

brow» look turly. 

attftt, n. folding , plaitine. 

alten(tume,/T bindweed. 

a U e n f t f $ , m. pikelieaded , or 

lharpnoied whale. 

galtenmagen, m. f. Slattermagen. 
galtenfc^lag, galten»urf, m. 

drap«ry. 
galter, m. butterfly« 
^aitia, adi. folding, having folds : 

— adv. foldingly. 

gÄltig, adj. 5t©etfältig, twofoldctc. 

% a 1 1 (l <f , m. folding »tick , ivory 
cutter. 

alttifc^, m. folding table. 
a i 5 , /. rut. 

alj, m. fold, plait, rumple; Rin* 
ne, furrow, Channel ; guard (in book- 
bin dinc) ; border , edge , hem ; 

©retterfuge, gröove; an g&ffern, 

noteb (of a cask). 
galjbetn^ n. paperknife, folder, 

folding stick, 
g a l J b d t m. wooden leg (of tan- 

g a 1 5 6 r e tt , n. folding board (of 

bookbinders). 
gal$eifen, n. sbaver, sbaving 

knife (of tanners), 
galjen, r. r. n. torut, couple. 
g a 1 5 e n , v. r. a, to fold , fold up ; 

to groove , join ; to noteh. 
g a 1 59 ^f e n , m. tanner's took. 



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garbenfcbaldjeii, n. colouraancer. 
garbenjtein, m. dieblock; bei oen 

9$ucbbrucrern , inkblock ' 
g a r b e n jt i f t , ro. coloured crayon. 

arbenftoff, m. pigment. 

arbenftral, m. coloured ray. 

arbenfrrid), m. stripe of colour. 

;arbenton, m. tone of colour. 

arber, ro. tlier. 

arberbaum, m. Venus s sumach, 

Venice sumach » beantree. 

gärberbeerc, /. purgiug back- 

thorn. ' 

garber b tume/-/. common dyers 

genista , broom , dyer's greenwood, 

woodwaxen. 
garberfciflel, /. common saw- 

WOTt. . 

garberei, /. skill of dyingi diers 
trade ; diehouse. 

garber färbe,/, colonting drugs. 
garberflecbte, /< large yeilow 

saucer'd dyer's liehen. 

farberfne^t, m. dier's servant. 
arberrinbe, /. jesuit's bark. 
garbetrotbe,/ madder. 
Särberfd&arte,/. sawwort. % 
garbejeit, /. moukmg, mewing 
(of bi^ds and other animals). 
a r b i g , adj. coloured. 
a r b l $ , adj. colourless. ; 

arce, / = <|)offe; SKengfel, farce. 

artn, m. farina. 

artnauefer, m. powdersugar, 
brown sugar. 

garfen, m = ©cfctffbefen, hog. 
garfentreiber, m. = fd^crätfeaeln* 

beö ®d)ijT, «low (bad) sailor. 

garnfraut, ». fearn, fem; «Ort, wo 

e£ »acbfl break of fern. 
Sarr, n bullock, bull, ox. 

g a r r e n f r a u t , n. f. ganitraut. 
Darren febw ans, w. bulPs bizzle* 
garfe, /• yonng cow, heifer. 

$arj, fauen, f. gun u. f. ir. 
g a f a n, m. pbeasant ; gafanpabn, phea- 
santcock; gafanbenne, ^ufen phea- 

santlien; ein junger, pheasantpout; 
gafanenneft/ nide of pheasanis. 
gafanenbatje, /. chasing of phea- 
sants. 

gafan eng arten, m. ga fanenge* 

{) a e , «• pheasantwalk. 
gafanenbabtebt, ro. bawrel. 
$ a f a n e n b « n b , »»• pheasantdog, 

Spaniel. 

g a f a n e n » a r t e r , m» keeper {bree- 
der) of plieasant». 

gafanerte, /. pheasantry, phea- 
sams warren. 

gafebe, gafa)e, /. = bodice, stays. 

gfl|djen, v. n. r. to bleed. 

JJafcbine,/. = ©traucbbünbti, Sfcei* 

fjtgbamm, fascino. 
gafebing, m. = gafinaebt, camival. 
gafcbingfjeit, /. carnivaltime. 



a fettet , n. bündle* 

afe, /. f.gafen. 

a f e l, m. 55rut t>on gtfcfcen, try ; 

SogelnMmch; gortpftanotmg, c 

lation; %Xtf race. - 

gafeU, /. = ©teigbotyne, ©<$t 

bof}ne, phasel, facele. 
gafefei, /. foppery, foppisb 

fooiery. 
gafeler, ro. fqp, fopdoddle; 

$Dem>ifctger, dotard, silly. 
gafefgeto, n. stallionage. 
gafefpengft, m. stallion. 

ga feiig, adj. foppish, foolisl 

adv. foppisiMy, foolishly« 
g afe In, v. r. n. to breed, 1 

forth; ton Bebweinen, to fan 
fjrt) ternie^ren, to increase, pro 
multiply. 

g a f e In , v. r. a. to fuzt, feaze, 
unravel, unweave, unthread. 

gttfeln, v. r. n. to act, tobe 
like a fop , to play the fool ; l 
wifcio, reben, to dote, rave, 
foohshly. 

afelnacft, adj, starknaked. 
afelod)^, m. bull, 
a fei toi e^, n. beast for breed 
afen, m. thread, über, filare 
Qien, v. r. a. to fuez ♦ feaze. 

gafen, v. r. n. aberwiftig teU 

dote. 
gafennadPt, adj* staiknaked. 

gafer f /. filament* fibre, st 
am Äleiöe , flue. 

ga fer^ m. seedling. 
o^afertg, adj. nlamentous, fib 
mit lo|en gafern, feazing» fm 

gafern, v. r. a. to fuzz, feaz« 
g a f i g, adj. fuzzing, feazing> thr 

fe.izv. 
g a f 1 e , /. kidneybean. 
gafi, n. fat, vat, cöop, cask, 

tnb, hogshead, butt, pipe ; et 

2öein f 126 ©altoncn, butt of \ 
ün gafi ©ter, 198 ©aUoncn /# b 
beer; ein Keine* ga* 5" ^Jetn, 

Cd, barrel ;' ein ga§ ton 9 (öal 

fiikin ; ein gafi tiefe ßeinwanfc 
of dowlass; in ein gas t$u 

ban el, barrel up ; ein ga§ an$ 
anfteefen, to pierce, bToech, taj 

gaffe ben 93oben auefcblagcn, 1 

to a nonplus, to be past c< 
tion. 

afibanb, n. hoop. 
afbinber, «. cooper , hoop 

afbo^rer, m. piercer. 

a 6 d) e n , n. little barrel , cad< 

aibawbc,/. staff; im ;»/. sta 
age, /. = löortcrfeite , Gicbc 

front, frontispiece. 
gaffen, v. r. a. tohold, lay 
on, take hold of, apprehen 
seizei to eneipset to enchas 
sei ♦ to keep , to coutain , to 



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Jaul, «*£ fr.nl, dicn'i vtm Oift, 

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. traue fenn , 

U*V, pl.y tue luggirj 
g u [ e rt | ^ er , m. idlcr , lonnger, 

Saufe nterti, /. idlen/ss , laxincu. 

|uaT«.*t?T4, «rfj. idle. il.iggi«», 
ln*yi — bJü. idlyt »luggi»l"y, **- 
tilv- 

Saulfief er, „. putrid Wer. 

S a u I f C e rf , hi. putrid ipot — 
(war?) 

S U ( f [ C rf t 9, clj. CIUK "Ved. sesred. 

Saulrut, in. sloth, bradyuiit. 

3 a U 1 & e 1 1 , /. idlenei, ta«i.iew, »lug- 
•toth, .lotlitul.ieii, dul- 



ncn, Inikit 
a ulitt) t , cJ/. 



pii'ri 



tffbr 



giulnie, /. rotiirrg, 

rx i "fcu i,tr " p,ion * P Ulrif>i:1 ß' '*" 

Sauitifter, n. ilo'h, aj, «lnath, 

g it 11 m e n, r. r. n, m toam, to iroth : 

rt&limcti, n. f(.amiit*,.»kiirii»i»g. 
Xaum(Öff<[, m . iHminer. 

S J u fi , / fiit, band; writt; eine 
geballte, clenchfld litt ; mit bcr gaufi 
|d)lag,n, faffen, to tut, cnff; fei« 
ten, to figLt at libticitffn; auf ber 
Sauft (tc-orn , to be hardmouthed. 
to ic.i co die hand (ot hones) ; Jpanb, 
Iiaud ; öen Z>t«m in ber Sauft, iwnvJ 
in hand; t>en ber Sauft weg, ofi 
hand; etwa* vor ber Sauft ttjun, to 
do a tüiiir; out of band ; in bie gauft 
locoeit , to lauph in one'i ilectrei ; 
tat reimt fidj wie eine Sauft auf« 
Sluge, there it neither iliime, uoi 

gaujrbudjfe, /. pis toi , packet- 

piit.il. 
g au fi fegen, m. dagger, poniard. 
5 u fl b i if , mfj, as big a» a fiit | er 

tat tt fauftbicf (jinur ten Öftren, he 

ii a cunniug one, an »Taut disiem- 

Ller. 

gäuftel, t«. min ei'» Kammer. 
gau|[terf)ter, nt. box er. 
gaui"! fradit, /. dead ireight. 
g ufi b ö "b f*ub, m. mitten: ein 

QJaar, mitten*, a pairtof mittem. 
gäufiftnn , . m. <&tetfen, cndgel. 

stick; 'C'ftote, pistoi; gau|tftanü= 

feblil) , mitten, 
g a u f. pfanb, n. dead pledge. 



. blow witli tlia fiit. 



5 tufrredjt, n. clnbltw, rieht of 
private warfare. law of the immg. 
m of liwlos» violence. 

, , o blnndf 

SauffffliUg 
ciiff, ns'icult. 
auftfdjlagerei, /. fiiticuffi. 
auftftanqe,^. dari, «hon javelin. 
■- u ft fl r e 1 d) , m. ciiff, ftnicuff. 
' -auficol (, /. handful, graip. 
gavorifiren, r. r. a. = itgttUfti* 
flen, to Uvour, to treat with hjiid- 

guttorit, m.'§aBoritiri, /. =: 
Slinftiing — bte 'Begünftigu, btt 
tiebtitrg , favoiirite, datling, nii- 

gooertet,/. = Steingut, delf, delft 

Äebruar, m. ^.-fiomung, february. 
gedjer, m. f. gadjer. 
S'rfifer, m. f. gatbfer. 

-: e * t b b e n , m. ton eine room, 
(echool, hau). 

: . e di t b e g e n , m. foil , rmpier. 
.ertjttn, n. i. n. (part. pa«. <Jffptf>* 
ten, unp. fcdjt'i, to figiit; mit 9top> 
pieren, to fence, tilti betteln, togo 

a begping. 
■■ tdotetl, n. fighting; fencing, tilting; 

going a begging ( .uuir.pi ng . 
■' eojter, im- nghter, tilterj (encer, 

«ivoitlpl.ivcr, gladiator; beggar. 

cibteefprung , m. leap back» 

ward*, tenesr'» leap, 
' crijttrftreidj, m. Bwordplaytr'i 

trick , or tum, feint. 
.erb tf unft, /. art of fencing. 
■etbtmeifter, m. fencing muter. 
.-, e tb t p ( n ^ , m, fencing room ; «cene 

■'. e i) t f dj u'l e, /. fencing (ebool (halt). 
: e dj t Ii u n b e , i. f. netne le»ton. 
geber, /. featl.er; oiel geberlefeol 
inodjen, to tatrj- ; auf bem fyat, 

f'lnme, featlier; @rf)rttt|eber, pen; 
tfineibeit, to cut. tomakeapeni 
baf ift auf feiner geber, it »*pf Li« 
compoiition; eine geber fpiQen , , to 
tliarpen a pen 1 bie <?pi^e an einer 
geber, nib of . pen: in bie Bebet 
faffen , 10 pen down, to cauch in 
writine; in bie geber fagrn, to die- 
täte; %t\\, bed; in ben gebevn (ie< 
gen, to lie • bed; gebern auffeejen, 

to adorn one's liead, to liornify, to 

cuckold; bie geber burdj* tiSaul 
lieben, to irick, 10 deeoy; gtügel, 
w^ii,; ; bie gebern befdjneiben, to 
clip one's wiiig»; bie geber in einer 
Ufer, einem trdtfeffe u. f. f., ipHng; 
in gebern. bangen, to be lumg ,a 
springi; tttorpup/« mit einer geber, 

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Se$be, /. foud, private WfrfaTe, 
■war. quarrel; gefcoe anfünCigen, 
to declare war, to »end a cliai- 
iMce. 

Sci> b«6ri«f , ra. challenge, carrel. 

gebe, /. skiii of Siherian squinsl. 

ge&banbler, m . ferner. 

««^baube, /. fiircap. 

geljl, a.ii'- i,in jjufamnienfcljung.) to 

DO pnrpose , in v«in , juawmiig 
manner, or direction , contrary to 
tke end propoted. erronemaly, 
fahtely. wrong, miaiing tue ob- 
ject; tttteit, u> tiee in vain; 6ob' 
ren, to bore amias ; fcbt bvucF cn, to 
im«print; geben, to go wroiig. 

a»tray, miss tli* way ; f«pl fdlla« 
gen , to fail — mit« in etrikiiig. 

)«aii.i e ; et ioirfc ibin febt fcblagen, 
l his jim , fail in liii 



he will i 



hopes, mi'cairy ; tl*C(]en, lo mitlake 
the nurk; treten, to lüde, ilip out; 
fefcl Jltlcn , tu «im jmi'f. 
gebt, m. fail. faule, failing, failure, 

g e i) I b a r, aJj". fallt ble, liable to 

gebib'arleit, /. fallibleneaa. 

getjltitte, /. bWiug i" "in, «n- 
aucceasful applying; ei I»« €1« 
gebt&Tttc qctjjan, he did not prcvail 

wich his intreaty. 

gebten, v. r. ». nid)t treffen, tofail; 
gebier begeben, tofail, err, tocom- 
mit » fault, to bim, der. rniwake, 
judge apiiss; abicefeiib feun, to be 
ablent, to be waiitiug, to want, 
fail, liemUghtg; tt febtte mdjtetei, 
fo bitte ei fein Veten qrfofrct, he 

had like to have bcenküled, he 
had well nigh been killed; ei fei), 
[ert [äffen an, to be deScieotin; et 
fann nidjt fehlen , ti mu§ fc getjen» 

ii cannot ciinse but iare to 
feblt ^bnen? wbat aili yoi 
feblt mir immer nai, I alway 

lOmethiug, 1 have alwaya . 

eomplainc ; mir febit nur eine ©rufe 
jur ©lücffcltgfeit, I am b 

shun of happhies) ; leeit 



; c große £eutc feb> 



mit,' farfi 
ttn oueb, tli. 

gebier, m. fault, defect, blemi«h; 

ein ([einer, fault; begeben, io com- 

mit a fault, miado; ein großer gebi 

ler. Mundet, 
gebierfrei, od,". free front fault, 

failltle», uuexceptionabie, eotrect, 
geblerbit ft, aJj. üulty, excepüon> 

Xhltvtet, adj. faultleM. 

gcfalfü b ren, v.a.r. to learl wrang 
(;i wrong way) . to mistejd. 

gel) ffle boren, v.n.i. to have u 

abortjon, to mil carry, 
geblgcburt, /. abortive bitti, 

abuiüoD, niiacarriage. 



^ebtgefeen, v. n. ■'. to go wrosf, 
(a wrong way), to miii che wiy, 



Seblgretfcn. v. i. n. to miia oa«'i ?. 

grasp, to mnuke; er t>at fefujc , 

gviiien, he Rot into the wrnf " 

box (in prinung). 
Jeblgriff, "i. mtiuke, ikilure. 
r5etjf QCIlien, v. a. r. to nak« a 

falae cm, to mi»» in hewinj (est 

tili«) ' mar um n(djt to mi*cnt?> 
gebtbpren, v. ». r. to mishtir. j 

5 e I) 1 1 a g e n , v. a. r, to min the g>- j 

me. to be diiappointed in tbaiing. i 
gefeljabr, n. z year in which tb« j 

prodnee taiU (»aruin Rieft miayeu, 1 

miscTop ?). 1 

8 entlaufen, v. h. i. to ran in ] 
vain, to mi«i the objeet in ran- , 

gegiert, n>. htdden rein (ftreak); 

hidden bog (in • mint). 
geblredjtiert, v. n. r. tu reckoa 

(count) wrong. 
$eb(reb«Tt, v. n. r. to «peak ia> 

correctly. 
geb, [reiten, v. n. i. to rid« tl» 

wrong way , to toi»» the way on 

lioneback. 
3eb(fd)ie6en, v. i. n. to mit» the 

mark , to ihoot amiia. 
gebtrdplag, m. fiiüng — mining 

in bciting , Btriking etc. ; falle 

blow ; failure , diuppointmenl, 
Unitcarriage. 
Seblfd) tagen, v. *. ■'. to min 

oiie'a biow; to fail, to rtiiaearrT, 

to be ditappointed , to aueeeed ill. 
Seblfdjltelerj, v. n. i, to dnir a 

wrorg concluaion. 
ffeb([n)(ltfi, m. falle concluaion. 



efjtfdjnitt , m. wrong 
tb(fd>u6, in. miiaing 



««blfeb«»,*. m. i. 
gebtftofi, Se&lflr, 

blow. falle tliruat. 
ge^((it>6en, v. a 

thni " ■ ■' 



failing 

) iee wcorig. 
if , m. mialed 

i. to raiaa in 

a doa 



gebltreten, v. n. i. to doa wrong 
atep, to alip , tlide, atumble. 

Sebttritt, m. «lip, falle atep; 
fault. 

gebiioerfen, v. a. i. to throw 

•wrong, to miss in chrowing. 
geblivurf, m. tlirow amin. 
ge&( jteben, v. a. i. to draw (pull) 



JUg, m. falle diaught. 
|t, /. beechmait ; #d>M(fnf tlt 




■- = ©MUlrdf, back 
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i reif. 

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1'tnIr.iiifK'it, vivr», !,. 

/ Inpfa, wnir«fc Mn . 
riffeltet , wwk, un<W. 
, nutblcf, . 

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H» ilenbeucr, m. 6l»ei.urr. 
gfttfflHUll, i*. luidia ..I . FJ«. 
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Ami fftnri Itl4, Üb 
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iMrrn« fiputitiftnod mtn 
R *rtunft, (»tatty In | 
liilia , in*] eiiiiiiiiiK, ini.i' 
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bW*; tu* »ur «in f«nn 6tr«i< 
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muW, fo.iti fotki-, tut *>ac («1 
l-'tfeljl, *b*t wn Iirinie iiitlreJ. 
3'inC. «■/■■- boilile, inirmul. Im 

i* haut fpinnef'cin 

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S e t n b ( t <$ , aJ;. hostile : — aJv. 

bpstily. 
5* tnb f^aft, /. enmity, hat©, ha- 

tr**d; tlt Jcinbfc^aft, at enmity; 

große, animosity; fange, tiefe/ in- 

vetcracv. 
5einl) fcf) afflic^), adj, hostile , ini- 

nu<al, liatefui: — adv. hostily. 
Sein b fei ig, adj, hostile, inimi- 

cal ; liated , odiou* ; — adv. hosti- 

Seinbfeltgfett, /. hostility, ht- 

tred , enmity. 
Setne^ % einfielt, /. fincness, de- 

licacy; cunning, art. subtleness ; 

her Spant, softness; in* Jetne gefren, 

to rcfinc , examine minutely. 

feinen/ fei nein, v. a. r. to fine; 

to refine. 
8 e t n ! a m m , m. hatehel. 
e i n f 6 r n i g , adj finegrained. 
ein faulig, «</;'. fiuepillared. 
e i n f i n n i a » adj, delicate , polite. 

Clft, flJ/. tat; course, unfeeling, 

stupid; ber fvifrc Sann, fat gm; 
machen, t> fat, fatten; feift wer* 
ben / to fai, fatten. 
5 e i fi e , /. fatnes». 
etilen v. r. u. «. n. to fat, fatten. 
e i fH g f e i t , /. fatnets. 
e i jt 5 e i t / /. veniaon time (season). 
e ( he l, m. velvet. 
e ( b , n. field ; piain ; province ; bie 
e(»»aifrf)en gelber , eiysian fieldt, 
elysiiim; in b er 3Bapenfunft, field; 
S«nb, field; %(ad)felb, opon field. 
piain, flat compaign ; über Setb 

getyen, fahren, uerretfen, to take 
(to go) a journey; tioer bie Selber 
getyen, to ctoss the fie|ds, walk in 

the fields; £ter traben (gie ein tct'u 

Ui Selb t>or flcft , here jou have a 
large field to expaiiate in; &U Selbe 

Jiefyen, to take the field; JU $e(be 
legen/ to fceep the field, to camp; 

eine &vmee in« Selb (teilen / to raise 

an anny and lead it inro the fiVld; 

ba$ Selb behalten, to win the field, 

carry the day; ben Seinb Ott* bem 
Selbe f (plagen, to beat up the ene- 
my's quarters and chase nim ; büi 

Selb bauen, to eultivate; gebaute* 

gelb/ euitivated field. 

e l b a m e i f e , /. fieldant. 

e l b a m p f e r 7 m. lhtle fieldsorrel, 

elbanger, m. lidge (borders) be- 

twe^n two fieldt. 

elbapottyefe, /. fielddispensary. 

elbapot^efeif/ m. fieldapothe- 

ciry. 

elbar&eit, /. labour in the field. 

elbartillerie, /. = Selbgeföüfc, 

fiel da» tiilery, 

C l b a r J t / m, fieldphysician, 
elbbacfer, m. field baker. ^ 

elbbau« m. a^ricolation , agricul- 
turc, tillage, husbandry. 



Selb6<tt/ n. fieldbed,- cempaigB~ 
bed, canopybed, folding bca. 

Jelb 6 in be, /. scarf. 
ei b b t n f e, f. fieldrush. , 
e Ib b i u m e , /. fiel dflo wer. 
elbfco&ne, /• fieldbean, hone* 
bean. 

g e l b 6 r u cf e , /. bridge in a field 
(over a ditch\ 

Selbbruftwepre./ /♦ glacis, slope. 
Selbc^irurgu*, m. = S«l&»unb* 

ar Jt / surgeon of an army 9 niiliu« 

ry surgeon. 
Selbbegen, m. soldier's sword. 
ftelbhieb, m. thief that robt the 

fields. 
•SelbbteSeret/ /. practice of rob- 

bing rhe fields. 

gelberbecfe,/. ceiline. 
gelbflafc^e, /. bottlecase, can- 

teen. 

elbfluc^t,/. desertion. 

elb flüchtige, m. deserter. 

e l b t r e o e l / m, mischief done to 

the fields. 
S e l b f r u (fj t, /. produce of the fieldt. 
Selbgeflügel, n. birdt (fowls) of 

the field. 
Jelbge^äge, n. warren. 
Jelbgeifl/ m. sylran spirit , satyr, 

fawn. 
Selbgerätb, n. implements (toolt 9 

Utensils) of agricultare; luggage, 

baggage. 
Selb geriet, n. court of a rillage; 

military Jurisdiction. 

Selbgetc^ret/ n. the soldien 1 out- 

cry; watchword, password. 
Selbgejlange, n. the long polet 

of a waterworks 1 engine. 
Selbgewalttge/ m. executioner 

of an army, piorost, proTOStmar- 

shal. 
Selbglocfe, /. the gallo ws f gib- 

bet. 
Selbgott, m. field (country, rural) 

god, 

Selbgrtlle, /. cricket. 

Selb Hauptmann, m. gencral, com- 

mander , chiefcommander 9 chief* 

tain. 
Selb^ert/ m. Commander in chief 9 

chieftain, captain. 

elb()Ofpita(, n. fieldhospittl. 

elbbtifyn, n. partridge. 

elbpü^nerbarm, m. cornmarjo- 

ram. 

S e l b ^ ii t e v, m. Selbftuft, gelbtogt/ 

Selbtoä4ter f fieldwatch, fieldguard, 
fieldconstable. 
gelb^ütte, /. barrack» hut for tol- 
diers. 

elb Jäger, m. hunter, huntsman. 
elbfanjelei,/. fieldchmncery. 
e l b f a fj e , /. moaseear. 
elbfeller, m. ceüar dug in the 
field; canteen. 



?'! 



■ : 

■ I. , mttltr. 

i. l.ltickanM. 
■ ■ ■ 

Mieliui, fi*M- 

■ , j. nrtl plrmur», BDIM- 
rf.Stttjtnarfting, f. 



ttarfitr, m. tiir-«yor of lud, 

ncf fünft, /. gpt«m«rr. «rt oE 

•!i>W»f)11, m. wild poppy. 
rlfttyl.«*«,/. wfht lufaninufc 
to*4)bar, n.. üofdiietgllb.-inr. 

an rlTt , /. ii.Upi.ik, Cirtluiiim 

fit :jif , m. cnlontl. 
„..JD •»)>((, >. liuli millow, wild 

i [, n. fiolilpott uiEw. 
j ilOpo jtm ttjtir, *■• fulupatlm*- 



: HIKII, n. f.uMrrrimeiil, 
! 1" Kr, i». pturotl 

T . Itri'rftf rrt ■ n. n-iniUowor. 
i t, y. wilj mir. 

J.-itruldf, / niiv, 

■ i ■: J t n, m- d»m i| 

; ■ .'.mibt, fielt! wark. 

i '■ l' rtr, iti. »iiigriiii IO ilin 

üffSTANifif, /. faul«. <ij;Ut. 

. ■ 
l|r ( l f dt e n, bJj. iuniitii'i i 

■ i' am»*, "i. mmlinx m. 

1.-M1..«.. 
■■- 
" m, eJinpHoul, io'.'-'u^ 




8m 



-X<ttwtltt, 

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■ 



ff C I k | f i * I 



■ 1 1 t'r 



»tPcliwnH, 
r, n. gtutt n 



utitpü 



htm 
Äelg,-, /, Min,, 

■ 

fffUenbatitr, <n. Fol 

l'it-fT Sie Öertn ji.-i 

B«-«l «dl Mit >rr Wi-Iti, p«ll V 

■!>• WO«), flofCE, l»i( \\MHi 3(11 

:.- *ye. 

flrllf iftri, n. «lnV»htf . Kni«**rK, 
upi iiii . danl ■■■ 

CT'miiit.u., 
agladk 
ädrnir, /. i 

[flftl, n>. rock, ii» tDafftr, 

riipp», /. £'■, 
an, ei;. m fard 
. rffcmauft*, /. witit 
■ 
Java. 

g«tftn»ttnS, /■ will ol i roci, 

■ ii:tV. 
Sflfidjt, «JJ. « • rock. Ufa • 

SciMlf i" - "'■ »«ikwOn* 
Stmtl, fftmnrl, ffintnul 



clftnl 




%mn,; ftßuiP.i roarlhy l.iwgi 
jfnntfcr, /. r-tiiibtnr, 

lurry, ■■! 
Jtnfter, «. wmdnw; |um ffr-nftn- 

t/iMn4 ftbt'n, in i.i-.i out «i iim 

wiuititw-. cm *f.ii<id , " 

[ftiM ^lanjrn, iiimjnieii 

winJow i rin tUottl Httifth, a 

(■fM (|nin10d) wmdow. 

mittill/ "> btlc-rirr. 

,1 / n riftbiiiB, f. wiintowui<ii>|'i- 



gen 



25z 



Ser 



gen fl er b e f <& C a g , n. ironwoTk of 

a window, bands, hinges etc. 

fe n fl e r b ( e i , r. lead for windowa, 
enflerblenbe,/. windowblind, 
genflerbogen, m. arch of a win- 

dow. 
genflerbruflu ng ; /. leaning, el- 

bowplace of a window. 
gen per fad), n. pannel, square of 

a window. 
genflerflügel, m. casenient, valve^ 
genflerfutter, n. sash, frame, 

platband (of a window). 

genflergarbine, /* — Porfcang, 

windowcurtain. 
genflergelb, n« windowmoney, 

windowtax. 

g e n jl e r g i 1 1 er, n. lattice ; Pon £ola, 

troliis; üon (fctfen, grate. 

genflergfaö, n. windowglass. 



d<»w. 

e n p c r j 1 u f t e, /. windowblind, 
enffcerfiffen, ». windowcushion. 
enflerfit.t/ w. pntty. 
genflerfreua, n. windowpost, 

genflerlaben, m. windowshutter. 

genflerletfl, n. genflerojfnung, gap 

in n w«.ll left for a window- 
gen (lern, v. r. n, to go under the 
window; to visit onei sweetheart 
under or thronen die window : — 
v. r. a. to furmsh with Windows; 
Serums* geben, to rebuke, to teil 
one bis business, to read a lec- 
tiire. 

genflerpfeiler, m. pier. 
Xenjlerpfofle, /. windowpost. 

enflerpolfier, n. windowcushion* 
enflerra^m, m. windowframe. 

enfler~ra^menfo)lof} A ». sash.. 

fastener. 

genfterraute, /. gltssy ptne, 

Square, 
genflerretber, m. snacket. 
genfler frtjeibe, /. glassy pane, 

glasssqiiare. 

genflerfcbmiegt, ober genfler* 
Vertiefung, /. = fojräge fcrtoet« 
tcrung ber gemauerten genjleroffhung 
na<b innen , baä £i<$t bejfer attftu* 

faffen , chamfering of a window. 
genflerfc^knatbe, /. windowswal- 

low , marrin. 
genflerfd)n)ei§/ m. dew (moisture) 

on window*. 

genfietfpiegel, m. mirror (look- 
ing glass) between two Windows, 
pierglass. 

genflerfprifce,/. watering engine. 

genflerfpr offe, /. croasbar of a 
■window. 

genflerflange,/. windowbar. 

genfler (Iura, m. (Sfceil ber flauet 
über einem genfler, ber ei oben 
fc$(ie§t), lintel, headpiece over a 
window. 



genflerfleuer, ober *t*tt, f. win- 
dowtax. 

genflert^Äre, /. glassdoor. 

genfleru>anb/ /. wall between 
two Windows » pier. 

genflerroerf, n. the windows. 

genftertpirbet, m. bolt of a win- 
dow. 

genfleraarge, /.f. genflerfutter. 

g e r $ * m ' perniciosus exhaladon 
from the bottom of a mine; lifo, 
blood, body, deathjt ordure, ex- 
crements, düng. 

gerben, v. a. (gautp.) to dispatch, 

expedite. 

gerebenbaum, m . pinetree. 
ger^e, m. {erryman. 

gerten, -plur. = {Kuweit in Qt* 
ri.cfct^ofen, @a)u(en A yacancies, va- 
cation. 



genflerpa^pe, /. hinge ot a win- gerfeC, n. farrow, pig; gerfelfü§e, 
** pettitoes, pigsfeet. 

g e r f e l n , v. r. n. to farrow » pig« 
gern, adj. far, distant, remote: — 
adv. far; Von ferne, afars. secredy. 

under hand ; Jidfc far> tt)n Pon ferne, 

I pereeived him at a distance ; fem 

pon feinem Soterlonbe^ far from 

his eountry; fern Pon, far ofF; bat 
fei fern, far b.e it; fe fern M, aa 
far «s, in so rauch as; t\Q$ ferner, 

yet farther; fo fern e# bir gefattt, 

in caae you like it. 
ger namouef ^0(5, n. Fcmambuco 
woöd , brasil wood ♦ lorwood. 

gemanfid)t, /. f. gernffpaiaic^feit, 

gerne,/, fernes s , distance, remote« 
ness ; deepness (of pictures). 

gernen, v. n. r. to look handsome 
at a distance. 

gerner, adjn farther, further: -r- 
adv. further, furthermore : -^ conj* 
further; unb fo ferner, and so on. 

ger n er $ in, adv. for the future, 
hen cef ot ward. 

gernertoeit, adj, tu adv. further % 

farther, henceforth. 
gemgta^, n. spying glass ; skort- 

sight glass, perspeeuve glass, tele- 

scope. 
g e r n i q , ady. of the last year, ~ 
gerniS/ m- f. gtrntfi^ 
gernro^r* n. perspeeuve» spying 

glass. 
gemf&u(tg, adj. areostyle (wken 
* column8 are ranged at 18 modelet 

distant from one anoxher^. 

gern f <$ u U (^ f er n f ^ e t n ig, adj. 

Seen distantly (perspectively). 
gernfd)auCt4 **} ^ /• perspeedve. 
perspective quality, 

g e r n f ä) e t n , m. f. gernfctault^fett 
gern fd) einCe^re, /. science of 

perspective. 
gernfa)retbeturiftx /. telegraphic 
art. 

gern f Treiber /m. telegraph. 




rnfArif t, /. wriiing u« « • 

■ 



i JnlJovr on- 
iii , liflrl. 

hwllMMlDR, 
nttm, |a liil'k* 
. 10 ibew 

m, kitk oi i 




[«»JlJlt, rlradv, iimninr. 

Uni! fl«nt, tut«: il*I, tlü.O, 

. 'i ein üftcr 

...Je; eun 

tof«, 6rni; cnn tim t?i$(a, 
«iittn Ort tfft nu*(n, 10 



. : ■ ■ 

im m » ml« 



grf1*(itnt!> m. rigit, irn 



of . hol, 



8«ff«, ; I ■■iittrart* 

li kld . "i.iiij; ptüt»t 

V. UM 

■ 

gflll all*, «./•-. linniv. titlf.ll 
I imiy . DlOMljr, «»im 

ICfUXt»! I 

. . . i . . .. i. 

Rrfllidfeit, /. min» 

. .. lUU. 

,V.o«l|'(t!iur, fntijon. 

i : r r, nt. Iniivtl J»y. 

innclirr. 

fifliun.), /. . . . 
dnn, »riong linld, {«tt«w| nn< 
■ 
B«R 110 flf 1'flll, ir. : 

1 - ii t u n |1 , /, dilti 

J.fllirr i 'i 

jjfftirnfljpfabl, <n, jt-ilftnU, 
gtfliingti«tr !, «. wptk ol futti- 

■ i . /. faiiivn] dt VI, lin ly lii*«, 

Tttirrp, i'. r.a. = !'.'■ 
f.. ich. 

■■.. RTMI«.. 
gflt, «rf/ ftt, fl'Mf, COTpulMlb 

(hielt; i. 

iity. iinlrJqli*, pr.>6iiMi\ 

IoiiuIt«; li (Vit bubfil, i.i IW* in 
I ' ' 'Jt initial«, ■ brp« 

|«Mri im inmttn, i.. Ui, htani 
ft 1 1 1 >i ft r r . ,' . ■ 
^fttcinnfr, /. o« 
•ktt tauflt, m, »xofUMmj. 
Acllbau*. »i. pMuivlt, ('»»eil, ct«i 

uii LwUr, 

Sr et r« *, »,. teejintalo. 

tcttbjlnb 



■ (ttlSj r. r. a. In llt, fllto« 

%tttitltr, / iit /»iiti«r (an th* 

nur» of ■ fotvl). 
8 1 1 1 fl tif ■ ! 



g'ttetana, m. !'• ttmiclo. 

gettbanbler, m. dealer in greite, 

clieetemouger, chandler. 
get tft ml, /. f« ikin, fit tuniele. 
gri'idjt, o.lj. lik« fat. 
g.'tlig, «rfj. fatty, greasy j — o^u. 

gettiflfeit,/". fatne*t , greaiinet ■ ; 
iti SrbnilM , fatue»! — fiirtility, 



Iruitfu' 



»iL 



gettftam, m. denling In fat goodl. 

g ( t tf r a it 1 $ t \ t, f. (bcr ®tit>timitu 

ttiev', putfing up , »w<illing. 
gettfrailt, n. grenscwort , broom- 



th itomach of 
frbe 



, Mg, p« 



g 1 1 1 m a a f n , 

ruminmng imioiii. 
gettinätinrfjen, «. (attrht 

©ilbermünje = 8 §«l«t), ««« 

futhing«. 
gettmortt, m. »»rketplace for 

geUfebmelje"/ *. 6er «Pfrrbe, 

multm greaie. 
gett fibt" an j, m. fat tail (of arabien 

ihe-p). 
getttbcn, m. fnlleraearth. 
gcttraaaten, plur. greaey g°° dl 

chandler'i wäre». 
gettwaffer, n. watti ü» wliich 

wool hu beeil waihed. 
gtljen, m. »hxed 

flu». 

ge^en, v. a. r. to flalh, »angle. 
. che un.kilfnlly. to »lalh, tatt.r. 
gtudjt, oJj. moiit, humid, wer, 

damp { feudi te ©tut, liquid fire ; 

feudite» SPetttr, damp weather; 
. fenrfiier ttatur, phlegimiic 

geliebten, v. r. a. to w«, dimp, 
moisien , biunuct , h um ernte ; to 
pH» (nf wild boasl«}. 

geud)tgiiee, n . pizile (of »tag«), 

g e U 4 1 i 9 1 1 i t, /. wetneM. moiaturo, 

moUtnei«, dinipuei», ilampishinri». 

Iinmiditv; naiiirlidje geudjt ig feiten 
im Äorper, radical humidity; im 
mcnfifclicbeit Sut-oer, hunioiir»; im 

S5IUI, seroailie»; bi'fe, peccai.l Im- 
mou»; jabe geurtjtlflMt« flofiat 

nvicw'ty; Im iCiflillivf n , fle,>m. 
geudjtmefftr, m. hygrometer. 
geudjtung,/.weitin£ neinaaltig 

humecting. lijiiiiertation. 

geuer, «.fire; '»luf«, lightliou» 
light, Untern l 6a» 8«ttS brennt 
firebiirn*. f*Ugen, tostrih.t; in» 
dje«, toligUt, kindle; geben, .< 
fire; f*urtn, io stir; am einlegen, 
t.i »et tue nn, to put, tlirow , c»n 
in b.irning materiala ; lofdjtn , ic 
quench, exiingtmh ; fangen, to 
caicbi in gtuer flfben, io be o» 



354 %tv 

fire; btt «ttg fpeirt gre«, th. 

äuebaften, to abjde the first cbarge, 
stand the bruiit; IT märt täukt 
Scu« im e*efid)t, ho blusbed all 

orer; tdg beiligt g«u«, tie {Soft, 
Co« anionmifaier, Ber Kulbiauf, 

St. A thony'. fire; bat teilBe Seile 

Rotbfauf ttt ©ajafr. , rot " f„ 
jScblDtini ( inange ; ttt SBem*, 
«rontttircin«, fire; ein 6ob« ©tao 
&er gRuntttfeit, Sttbaftigfett, bef- 
ttgetntenfdioftfn, (ire. m<5t tl«7« 
tft toU Seucr, bat eitl jeuer, Ixe i> 

fnll of fire. metlle, liTelinei«, 

eourage; bai Se-uer 6er anCadjt, 

Ete6(, the -i .-.,,. of devotion, lovi 
etc.; (tirfit geuer fangen, to be ept 
to take fire, to be iraiciblc; Ort 
in* %tittv fliegen , io add few^l to 
die fixe; 'Seuaibrunft , eonflaxra- 
tion. ^ r 

gtuetober, f. T ein below the twl 
oi black cattle. 

geueramt, n. Office in fireregulat 



chifing diih , 



■ m. wonhippar of 

geueranflatt, /, fin-rcgulationa; 

fireoffice, 
geuerbafe,/ beacon, ligbthonie. 
aeuerbalt, geu«i6alten , m. 

geuerberfen , 

firepan, eoalpan. 
geue i'berg, m. bnrning mountijo, 

firamountain; rolcano, «iilcano. 
geucrbeßanbtd, *dj. firenroof. 

fix; niacben, to fix. 
geucrbeflänbigfeit, /. fi^idity, 

Seucr'btafc, /. fireblitter. 
Btuev blattet-, /. tnmour or bb't- 

ter, tiiBt riiei dnring the night in 

tlie »kin , epinyciit. 
gciierbod 1 , m. andiron, fiiedog. 
$euer6 ebne, /. iclrlet runner. 

geuerbranb/ m. fitebrand. 
geuerbücjife,/. firebox. 
geuerbu^en/ />!. Utile firebalb in 

firewoik». 
geuertafftf /. fireinturanca office. 
fl e » er i cn (i , m. pyrolatrie. 
geuetbtanbe, m. bolii, firedragon. 
jeuerbreieef, n. Fiaty triplicitv(iha 



the 



md the 



lary) 



eueretfft, m. heat of paiuon« 
bnrning wraih, loa) , anger. , 
euercimer, m. firebnchoi. 
euere! |'en, m. andiron; tteeL 
euereffe, /. forge ; chimnej, 
euerfad), n. beanh. 



St« i 

Jru»rf'i*fi , in fti«f.n. »»Inj. 

■ . 

r:, m. ycllow willnw. 

. i n , f f utrfitEnj , 

. . — Tuff, — rennt, /. 

•uy. fc», ptoof »giiciti 



, .in. i[ink oi" Gm 



■ 

r § t 1 1 i rr 

rait itb. t 

■ : , .•!. nr of (m. 

r§(S t|r, ii. Ercann. 

rgtprff/ /. firnbell , »linuti. 
tpctt, m. g:id !-f üre. Vnhin. 



ri.il) to ier thip» nn hie). 
IRCllt • ( b i m lio«rlli , fil*l(d*. 
•mrfc iram«I, in. tJnpgrivM, cm- 

i , n- Erewood. 
intrtiüUC, «w. urewilih (In min- 

■ 
..rftfft*. /. elumbnr, greM «un- 

110« d--i, biim- 

. f leff, /. i 

Tttp«, j. fmuunk {(«II of 

"*((t<it, «. T:tr htJa (in Ihe 
. j-t r fo» dmvow of « »liip). 
■ . i, »t. füwltw, 
rrliifrtil, in. litvMiuif linvmt> 

_ . r f r 4 ( l , /. situ»!! «e tiMd. 

ig, m. fiMiifielint. 

U*T t Hfl <'/ /- fiTfliill , homh. 

unUilit,). nm.t.tV. £i*Ude*. 

■ 

I (r, /. fiieUjdtr. 

. 

nn«tn, B . J.ick in 4 lut- 

. igmi i i. 

l«rie, /. Üncy «iibiLuiet. 

U«I, /. «liall ul « Uiiiu. 



55 ?" 

Jrun m* ( frr, n. ; 

»'»■['»«'l'f, ■. Baum 
■ 
mit liiKme .<■■■ , 

■ ■ 

' 

«. IU C! 

■ 1 1 i llunc. 
Ärucrrjpf, oi. bunArc »pitwin. 
ing ■ ].< . 

Srurrtfrn, m, *iuva ( fiic\>Uet, 

Jf urroi'S n iin.i, f. hi«t»: 
jrBftpl'iiint, /. tffitlt in ii 
tli*fing dilli, tärej 

centcr, pufitmiiis piu-, m < 

gfirf iit f ii . 

5'U'tpflil, •». fi;tJ»ri . 




rffftlr 



m. Mccolumn, fiit- 
/ Utk oi . 



S* ii (i pro er, /. ni»l bv fir«, orJcjL 

5i Pt, /. iimpluek, 
r u ( - 7 U (i 1 1 , xi. niieüpg 



Siunr&ft'r, .... .n. 
äruirmt. m, f.tBwi 

II, m. i«in 

frurrrojt, «. firrgn 



Liii-jgüit, 
■ 6f *. 



Ä» nrr fo Ulf , /, liirouluniii. 
Jrutr (H-iiifift, /, 6ra, oonlttcta- 
tii>n . IN« buimng, 

3m < fHiätfli, ™- Jimiige csnttj 

3cücrf4*u,/. fitcvitk. 

g t Li 1 1 ( ifj t i II , m. .qtimiticiiRjE tii 

die fire. 
*fii«tf(6cil, -Jl. thiii nf R«, 

}«utrirt)in', «. fi<-.i,ip. 

Atu*sf*i t oi, fii»kiFta. tiitfin. 
jfUttfdjt Hg, hi. pitl.il Hndtibur. 
: ng(, /. fnetiidk«. 
I ■ it)( , n. lirslook. 
jf il ir i .: . i.:it!». 

■ . ■ ir a tu m, m. tpunfc, i^aü) 

l'rtboliitii», linJrr. 

äfticrf *iu irci tr, m. iquib. 
n I II, n. wo.tJti. «vri 
Ltfc lilllf nuü|l| 
firil etc. 
3(U(l|TiJcn, m. cbina, tniijm« 

■ ■ 
ÄtatXt&tfat/T, f. RimiingeT. 

ruHtttnc-tb, J. BanfluprativB, 
fjruirfprtinC, ajj'. (ui< 



§eu 



2$6 



8*9 



euenperferfunft, ^/.pyrotech- 

ny, pyro- 



freienber 35erg , burning mountain, 

volcano. 

e u er f p r i fc e , /. fireengine. 

euerftafyl, m. firestcet. 

euerfi&tte, /. burning place ; 

hearth; JpauS, nouse, family. 

CUCrftein, m. flint, gunEint. 

e u e r fr r a l , m. flasli of fixe, 
euerflülpe, /. f ender, kitchen* 
f ender. 

eil er taufe/ /. firebaptism. 
euer t^ eil, m. fiery particle. 
euertfyurm, m. beacon. 
euertonne, /. firebarrel. 
euerung, /. firewood , firing , 
fewel. 

eucrüoK, adj. füll of fire, ardent. 
euern>ad)ter, m. fireman , fire- 
wate Um an. 

euenparte,/. beacon. 

euer wert/ ». firework, bonfire; 

fewel. 

eueriDerfer/ m. fire worker. 

fünft, \ 
euerwerf $f unft, J 

teclmics. 
Seuertperf Sbüfcne, f. pyrotech- 

li.'cal thearre. 
Seuertpotf, m. puff, whiff, blast 

of fire (that sometimes shoots out 

of a furnace). 
SeuertPurm, m. horned beetle. 
Seuerjanqe,/. firetongs ; mit $8iu 

(jeln, steak ongs. 

cuerjet^en, n. meteor ; firetoken. 
euerjeug, «. tinderbox, steelbox. 
eurtg, adj. fiery, ardent, bot, 
paisionate; hasty, brisk; eilt feu* 
riger ®au(, a mettlesome hone. 
Siacfer, m . = 9Xiet{>futja)e, hack- 

neycoach. 
S i b' e l , /. hornbook , battledoor, 

chriitcrotsrow, primer, spelling- 

book. 

5 1 6 er, /. = Safer, fibTe, filament, 

string; eine fUme, fibril; mit S» s 

Bern, fibrom. 
Siebte? /. pine, fir, ipruce fir; fid)* 

ene QJretter, planks of fir; ftcr)tene 

JDie(e , dealboard, pineboard. 

c^tenapfcl, m. pineapple. 

cfytenfyoC), n. pmewood , wood 
of pine». 

(fctenfäfer, m. pineweevil. 

cfcten in arber, m. pinemarten. 

rf)ten motte, /. pinemoth. 

(btennufj, /. pinenut. 

rf)tenraupe,j. phiccaterpillar. 

(btenwalb f m. pinegrove. 

cbtenipan&e,/. pinebug. 
ebtena apfen, m. cone of fir, 

.jine. 

et) t c n J lü e i <J , m. pinebranch. 

cf e, /. pocket, fob. 

(f e n / r. r. «. to whip. 

cf e n f a u 1 , a«//. clos efis ted , nig- 
^ardly, ayaricious. 



gi<f fatfen 



to make intri» 



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icrracren, v.r.n. c 
guei, to play tricks. 

Sjcffacfer, m. intriguer. 
J»cffacferei, /. underhand dealings, 
intrigue, cheat, deeeit. ' 

S i cF m ü f> U, /. merili , fir« penny 
Morris. 

%xt>xf>\xi, m. = ^feifenjiinber, kind- 

ler, lighter, xnatch. 

Sieber, r. fever, ague; ein aue* 
jefyrenbetf, hectic fever,. colliquati- 
ve fever ; bat pbtt)tfifra>C > phtbisi- 
cal fever; ein pi feige*, txdent — ' 
burning fever, calenture; etil Ott« 
t}a(tenbe6, continual fever; ein all* 
tägfiebef, quotidian fever; ein ein« 
thqiiQti, diary fever; ein %'xebtt, 
bellen erfie Urfac$e im 55(ute lieaft 

esseniial fever ; ein bo^artigel, 
malignant fever ; Sauffieber, putrid 

fever; welcbe* suf&llta pon einer 
anbern ^ranf^ett entfiept, svmpto- 
matic fever; ein brett&glictye/, terd- 
an fever; UtertigUcbe« , quartana 
fever, foirrth day ague; ein fiel* 
net, feveret; ein 2öed)felfttber , in- 
termitting fever, ague; CXtl MUf, 

ague ; ein Sieber im Srübja^r bient 
Sur (Sefnnb^eit, an ague in the 

spring is physick for a King. 

Sieberfarbe,/, feverish colour. 
Sieber^aft, adj. tguith, feverisli, 

feverous, fevery : — adv. aguiahly v 

feverish ly v feverously. 

SieberMftiofeit , ftiebrtg* 

feit, /. aguishnesf , feverishness* 
Sieber^i^e,/. heat of a fever. 

Sieberifc^, fiebrig, adj. aguish, 
ieverish : — adv. aguishly , feve- 
rishly. 

S i e b e r f t e e, m. marshtref oil, rnarsh* 
clover. 

Sieberfraut, n. feverfew. 

Sieber yulter, n. aguepowder, 

feverpovrder. 
Sieberrinbe,/. peruvian bark. 
Sieberfcbauer, m. aguishnest, fe> 

verishness; aguefit. 

iebertefr, adj. agueproof. 

ich ei, f. fiddle, violin. 

tebelbogen, n. fiddlestick. 

iebeln, v. r. a. to play upon UM 

fiddle , to s crape , to fiddle. # v 
Siebern, v. r. a. to feather; einen 

bxe oolaen fiebern , to feather ont't 

bolts; gefiebert, tufted. 
Sieberung,/. feathering. 
Sieb (er, m. hddlec. 
gief, m. mite or maggot (in UM 

shape ofathread, found in shell- 

fislies or cods); bile , sore et thm 

finger^s point. 

S t <1 u r, /. = @efta(t; bilblto)er Äue* 
bruef, figure; einer {Rebe, figure, 
rrope ; gtgur mo^en , to cut * 

figure. 



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SlnBöi'.ä- A tuicliag] Ur(t<il, ltn< 

J l n & ii n 3 * 1 1 & i , (s. iiiit>(i i 

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jcnuntw nitifm, ■■• pnim «t ioidi- 

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freienber $5erg , burning mountain, 

volcano. 

e U e r f p r i g e / /. fireengine. 

cuerftafyl, m. fircsteel. 

euerßätte, /. burning place; 

hearth; jpauÖ, house, family. 

Seuerfiein, m. flint, gunfljnt. 
rteuerftral, m. flash of fixe. 

Seuevftülpe, /. f ender, kitchen- 

f ender. 
SeuertaufC/ /. firebaptism. 

euer t teil, m. fiery particle. 

euert^urm, m. beacon. 

euertonnC/ /. firebarrel. 

euerung, /. firevrood , firing , 

fewel. 

e U e r P ( (, a J;\ füll of fire, ardent. 

euer w a d) ter, m. firemau, fire- 

watcliman. 

euer ip arte,/, beacon. 

euer werf, ». firework, bonfire; 

fewel. 

euer Werfer, m. fireworker. 

euenperferfunft, \/. pyrotech- 
eueriperf$funflf, ) uy* pyro- 

leclinics. 
Seuertperf 6bu$ne, /. pyrotech- 

li'cal »hearre. 
Seuertvotf, m. puff, whifF f blast 

of firo (tliat sometimes shoots out 

of a fnrnace). 
Seuertpurm, m. horned beetle. 
Jeucraanqc,/. firetongs ; mit Sil« 

(|CCn / Steak ongs. 

euerjetd)en, n. mereor; firetoken. 
euerjCUg, n. thiderbox, steelbox. 
eurtg, adj. fiery. ardent, bot, 
passionate; hasty, brisk; etil feu* 
riger ®aul, a mottlesome hone. 
Siacfcr, m. = SXictfcfutfcfce, hack- 

neycoach. 
S t b'e I , /. hornbook, battledoor, 

christcrossrow, primer, spelling- 

book. t 

5» b er, /. = Safer, fibTe, filament, 

st ring; eine f leine, fibril; mit SU 

Bern / fibrons. 
Siebte, /. pine, Ar, spruce fir; ftcf)* 

tene 95retter, planks of iir; fta)tene 

(Diele, dealboard, pineboard. 
5 i d) t e n a p f e i , m. pineapple. 
$i<i)teni)o(), n. pmewood , wood 

ot pine5. 
Sjcfytenfäfer, m. pineweevil. 
Richten in arber, m. pinemarten. 
fttebten motte, /. pinemoth. 
Sicfetennufj, /. pmenut. 
S i d) t e n r a u p e , ,/. pinccaterpillar. 
Jtd)tenira(b, m. pinegrove. 
Jicnteniüanje, /. pinebug. 
giebtenftapfen, m. cone of fir, 

pine. 
Sicbtenfttueig, m. pinebranch. 
a i cf C , /. pocket , fob. 
A \<f Cl\ , v. r. «. to whip. 
3 i cf e n f a u l , adj. clos efuted , nig- 

gardly, ayaricious. 



256 gid 

Stcffacfen, v. r. n. to make 



\ a f a er e n . v. r. n. t 
gues, to play tricks. 

Sj<ffa<fer,m. intrjgner. 
J»cffacferei, /. underhand dealingt, 
inrrigue, cheat, deeeit. 

S i cF m ü fy l* e , /. merilt , fire penn 7 
Morris. 

g t b i 6 Li <, m. = tyfeifensbftfcer, kind- 
ler, lignter, matck. 

Jie6er, n. fever, ague ; ein ttU## 
jeijrenöeS, hectic fever, coliiquati« 
ve fever; bai ps>tt)tflfci>e , phtbiai- 
cal fever; ein tyhiqtt, ardent — ' 
burning fever, calenturo; etil Ott« 
tyiftenbef/ continual fever; eilt aU> 
tägfiefcef , auotidian fever ; ein ein« 
t&aCicbet/ diary fever; ein $te6et> 
bellen erfle Urfa^e im State IteeX 

essential fever ; ein bo^artigel» 
malignant fever ; Söulfieber, putrid 

fever; weCcbe* sufalltg pon einer 
anbern ^ranf^eit entfiept, sympto- 
matic fever; ein breitag'licbef, terti- 
an fever; \)itvthqlid)et , quartana 
fever, fourth day ague; ein Hei* 

ne6, feveret; ein ©eebfetfieber, in- 

termitting fever, ague; ftn foftef/ 

ague; ein Sie6er im grübja^r bient 
jur ©efunb^eit, an ague in tbe 
spring is physick for a hing. 

Sieber färbe,/, feverish colour. 

Jieber^aft, adj. aguish , feverish, 
feveTOiis, fevery : — adv. aguithly, 
feverishly , feverously. 

Sieber^oftigfeit , fiebrig» 

feit, /. aguishness , feveritliness. 

Sieberf} i^e, /. heat of a fever. 

Sieberifa), fiebrig, adj. aguish, 
feverish : — adv. aguif hiy , feve- 
rishly. 

S i e b e r f U e, m. marshtrefoil, marth* 
clover. 

Kieberfraut, n. feverfew. 

Sieberpulter , n. aguepowder, 

feverpovrder. 
Sieberrinbe,/. peruvian bark. 
Sieberfcbauer, m. aguishness, f#* 

verishness; agp.efu. 

iebertefl, adj. agueproof. 

iebel,/. fiddle, violm. 

tebelbogen, n. fiddlestick. 

i e b e l n , v. r. a. to play upon the 

fiddle , to scrape, to fiddle. 1 

S ieb er n, r. r. a. to feather; einen 

^ie ^olaen fiebern , to feather one't 

bolts; gefiebert, tufted. 
Sieberung,/. feathexing. 
Siebter, m. hddlec. 
Sief, m. mite or maggot (in ihm 

shape ofathread, found in shell- 

flsiies or cods); bile , sore at the) 

fingcr's point. 

Sigur, /. = @eftalt; bifbrid>er Hui* 
bruef, dgure; einer {Rebe, figure, 
rrope ; gigur mo^en , to cut • 

figure. 



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finBen. n> iobn.it io dm 

: nriBfn, to r.nupl 

S in Bf r, i- ■ 

HinMniflr «litiMmg, m. (nun 

,'. imdiapi Unheil, mb 

ÜinCn'ng* *t*ti «. «nvagir, m! 

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lit Jinjer feben, w have ■ »tri« 

«je lipon lomabody; Atti Ottl ftltt- 

gern Toufl«» lo "'S", *F nt0 * t 
Uno« Singer, ho " »gW«ii»red, 
bis finge« l«J Hmetwig» ; b« gm» 
«er im ©piele baten, to luv« ■ fin- 
cor i» die pyo; ce jutft mir m aU 
feit gingero, niv finge« heb, : er 
qie&t ibr »einen ginger nodj, he doe» 
not bäte her ui ace; rillen um Den 
ginger retnben , w turn one round 
one'a little finger. 
gingcrbanöfdjub, m. fingered 

ginger but, m: thimble; foxglove, 

either lesler yellow, or purple. 
ginaerftutbtunte, f. b In e bell- 

fiower. canttrburyhell. ,. ,, 

gin gerb u tili a irjer, m. thunblcma- 

giraerig, «<(;'■ fingerad; langfin- 
gerig, longfingered. 
gingf rling, m. fin^enull, thumb- 
, ittll ; (Staut.) googing. 
gingermufdjet, /. «eafinger. 
Singern, w.r.a. to finget; w toueb 

will» the finget; to handle it »b- 

«ingerreif, m. hoopring. 
fcinflerring, m. fingernng. 
«ingerfpradjt, /. »ign» made by 

tbo hn K ei», daetylogy. 
gi n g r rir u rm, m. nairworm, wi- 

terhaii worin. 
gingen eig, "»■ »int. 
gint, m. fineh. 

ginlenbauer, m. eage for ■ finen. 
Sinff nfnlf, m. iparrowliawk. 
Stnfennef}, »- (S*ijf*6tu|l»e(ir auf 

gibientannsJgarnnefjen), netting. 

f titlet, m. birdcarcher. fowler. 
i n n e , /■ ©latter , pimple ; <u 
(gebreetnen , meesle ; glofifeber, fin 
Aommergriff, tailpiecej tierner wü> 
gel, stu.i; Berggipfel, »ummit. 
ginnenfuefer, m. »eareber of hog'i 

ginnfifii m, ■"•<*»* 

fi.ifish, finbackwbale. 
ginnbammer, m. goldtmith'i ham- 

Sinnig, adj. blatterig, pimpled; 
an ©«ipeinen, tn-mled 

finnlanb, n- Finbnd. 
innlanöer, m. Finlandor, nauve 
of Finbnd. 

«tnfter, adj. dark, tenebrou», gl< 
my; (infrere ©rbanfen , gloomy 
tbougli»; feine Sugen flnb finfter, 
bi» eveaighi U dimi ein finftre« 
«efiebt, . »our face; finfier anfeb. 
f n, 10 look black upon; CtRrit (in. 
h a tebanbfln, <o browbe« one; 
im flinfiem, in tbe dark, groping. 

ginfierling*', ad», darkling , ' in 
tlia dark. 



a white 



258 8»f 

ginfterni§, /. darknei», tenebro- 
tity; gloom ; unceriibmter {Juftanb, 
obacurity; an 6er ©onne, bem sBon* 
be , eclipie. 

glitte, /.feint, mock aitault; 6d)lt((* 
ter, fetch; betriig(iti)e.50or(tellunaen, 
wile, gnile , eunning trink, mbti. 
lirv, eliF.it, frand. 

Sip«, n. filUp. 

gipfen, v. r. a. to give fillip». 

Jirlefans, m. im ©(treiben, flonr- 
iih ; (PejTen , grimaca, nonltnle, 
foppery, foolery. 

girtn.a,/. = ^anbtungeTnait« , firm, 

girmament, tu ss tyimmtlt tiefte , 
firmament, «ky. 

firmeln, firmen, w. r. m. = burd) 
gacrauieiit in ter Saitfanabe beftai 
ttgen, to cnnfirm; in Knatano, n 
buliop; gefirmelt, biibopped. 

girrne lung, gi-rtnung, /. confic- 
mitioii, biahoping. 

girn, adj. tut, of tbe lait fpreced- 
iug) year; fivner SSein , wine of 
the year paiied; jlttei fimer ©ein, 

gtrnetpein, m. old wine, 
giritifj, m. varniih, gloii. 
Sirniffen, v. r. a. to virniih. 
S i V fl I , f. top , luramit ; ridge of ■ 

gifeal, m. = über bte ©eretbtfara« 
(anbe«berrUo)tr (Einfunft* ©efi-Jjtrr, 

atturney of the exchequer; Srild)' 

vogt, ^inbttev ber Straf/gelber, r«. 
cefver of the fineh 
giffb, m. fiib; ber mannliaje, miU 
tert ber teeib(id)e, »piwneri runbe 
öeffnung in ben Sajtffibetfen, reo« 
burd> äRaflen, (JJumpcn unb Oang* 
fptlleii nad) ihrem (Spur hinunter 
geben, partner; Jtfdje fangen, to 
catch, to take fishet ; febcn, to 
boil fish««; braten, to oroil, to 
roast fiabei; baefen, to fry fiibei; 
ftbuppen unb aufnehmen , to oc»U 
and draw a fish; einmatben , to 
marinate fitbea; bat fittb faule gi» 
frtje, it i» a foul play, frivolom 
excuia; ber gif* reift frbnjimmen, 
gifdje tlnb gern im aSofler, fiahei 
will be Bwimming; im €pie(, fi*bi 
ba£ bimmlifcbe Seidjen, puce»; |U 
Sifdieit geborig, pitcitory. ' 

gtftbangef, m. fiddiook, «ngling- 

Stfibbanb, n. hook for • hinge, 

gifebbant, /. fiihiull, fUbmarket, 

fishbeneb. 
gif rb bar, adj. fiiky. 
^ifdibarn, m. little Gjhing nee, 

gifu)betn, n. wbilebonei ungerif' 



8if 

: irr, m- w*m1»Iio«b 

(■crpif, in- wl.j!«bone p*l- 



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jififcroa f n , m. w , 
S i | A r » (1 , m. tli>«ble gtiMmu 

i Brut, Iry. 
^iKfrl'AafllK, /. lUM, 

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n>. utunl, blubbet. 






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J| i |"4> n' r 1 s , n. Inliirwi'iwr., 

.c, f. litbirMren. 

*l(rt> wcib er", mi. iiihponil. 

T{ lf4) )( Ojtf n < (IllplüDlADU [Ol S 



m. fiihtiiK 
i. Jmigln (utcliing) of 



Bif*jut< 

Sidu*. m. = fcmil'4w*J, Sic. 



gif 

gi|ettbol), n. Venice elmmac. 

jtifoIC, 7- kidneybean, fiench bean, 

gtfptrn, f. r. n. to whijper. 

gilt, in. foitt, fiatle. 

gifte E, /. (viitjungene bofje ®ftmm> 
ort, faint treble ; ® efa)wiir, fi.tula : 
fUtne SJiebr«, P"P« f« • » ore * Ve 

nus'i jumach , Venice in mach. 

g i fittf r a vi t , h. wood pediculary. 
Stften, r.r. ... - t~i- r ." <:-t- 
BlRaltrcB, f: 



260 gfc 

Bremen, fdjwingen, betfittn, fpinnen, 

10 peil, beai, break, brake, comb 

or hatchel, ipin; oflingifoj« Ijladfi, 

pant. 

lacfjSacfev, du flaxplot. 

1 /. tandon, tendei, 

m. fitit beardliair , 






a foitt, 

tu 



3 

depth of a boteholo. 
gitt ig, m. wiiic; Sinn, anni £i> 

pfel, tappet, flippet j cur« $4« 

gitt tue, jüut sorry triflci. 
Sir>e,/. »kein; wrinkle. 
gif, adj. = feuerBeflanbig, fix, firmi 

macben, fairen, to fix. 
gif, nif). — fertig , bereit, raidr; 

= munter / hurtig, eilig, quick, 

prompt, ipeedy, expodite. 
girfterri, m. und atar. 
g iruin, n. = Behalt, itationary mm, 

»llovr - 



g laf>6e, /. chop 
niotith; jjunb, I 



, ■ flat jndgmeni; 
> judge W>; ein 



large hanging 

gladj, adj": Ha', piain, lovcl, evem 
ein wenig flatf), fhitiah; fladj cot 
bellt aUfnoe, rigbt «foro the wind, 
or the wind rigkt aft; ffcfl) in ben 
ffifinb, head to wind, rigbt in the 
witid'i eye; flüifie See, imooih 
toa; ein flauet ffefB, a flat ficld, 
piain; ein flaajeS frone, a flat conn- 
fty; bic flncfcc jfpanb, palm; bie flo» 
die .fflitifie, fldt aide of tlia »word 
ein fiadjfE Urlbeil, ■ flai ' 
fiadj utlbctlen, to judg< 
flauer SCovf , » »nperfiV 
»in flatber iSinbrucF, « ilight im- 

giaii), n. Bat bot toi« or Hoor (of ■ 

ahlpj. 
iUAttittt, »*■.«»£" for begin- 

ning the hole« with (Häutiger?). 
g 1 Q * b c i rf) f 1 1, /. Hat beam ; halchet 

g f o ffi b f « 1) t , m. hat goldwira. 
g I A * e, /. flu, flatne.» j in i*r SRa. 

tfcciitattt, plane , «nrfaca. 
glud)(ifen, n. anvil of goldtmith*. 
g [ i rii e ( n, v. r. n. to chaae, to carve. 
gladjcn, v.r.a. to flat, level, e»en, 

plane. 
glo rf) c n in tja [(, im. are». 
g 1 4 it) c n ni a B , n. iq mremeaiute 1 

nieasure for plane aurfacet. 

gliirftennteffung, glidjenmeg' 



pluck 



3t XI,, flur. plankl of the 
00 1). 
■ m. Ilax; glad)< raufen, to 
up Hast 3 (flf 5* r 'ffeln, fcUuen, 



glad)«<ib 
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ilfldjätoum, m. antideina. 
(Ia4<b(äuel, ™. flaxbeetie. 
j[(i*«6liitf)for6(, /. «idaUn. 
((fld)iS6oft , /. flaxknOt, hauch, or 

[tflct^brfdjf,/. brake. 

{laÄCbarre, /. naxilrving hont«. 

iUrije'botter, m. ieiniiotrtr, baa< 
tard yollow lUxi gladjifeibe» dod> 
der, woodbine, withwind. 

;täd|fe, /. tendön, tender, nerv*. 

iladjfeitij, adj. ItiTing H«t lidee» 
fluiidad. 



gta*«gra«, n. cudwort» tottottt 

Klad)*M<lr, n. (laxen faair. 
gUn>ffaanb(er> m, flaxmotifar 

dealer in flax. 
SUtf|Jbed)e(,/. flaxcoölb, hatcheh 
gladjeQebe,/. ilaxtow, flaxhiekla. 
g'lädjfig, adj. baving tendrtna, ten- 

gUrf)«f'raut, n. flaxweed, toad- 

fl « , wild flu. 
glanjlraufe", /. plucking of fl*x. 
gfadjeretfit, /. TiandfuTof comb: 



glaACrifie, /. tteeping of flax; 
tlax WKiering tima (ienoa)i laka, 
or pond, wlierc flax i> atotrped; 
.laditfamtn, m. limaed. 
ladjafdjiping«,/. iwinglHtalt 
:((idj«fetbe,/. f. Slüdjebott«.' 
■'■(üifiäflein, m. aibeaio». 
,v!o d)*rterr, n. hardl of flax, low. 
;[o*jirqel, m. flat tile. 
Ulf etil, v. r. it. to flare, flickaiv 
Untier, blaie, fillh. 

glacon, r. =3 ^tif'irjtfjen, flagom 

[attlt, m. flawn, cake. 

fabtr, /. ipot, ipeck, »rreik, rein 

(in wood or itono). 
g 1 a b e r i g , adj. veinotu , grliny, 

apotted, apeckled. 
g [ g e , /. bog, qnagmire ; flaw, 

itorm; vein ofiobdltone 



the 



d »tone er oii in £ 



gEdfteOfet, n. fUgelet. 
gloagafl, m. mariner wbO hat 

1 (Inga. 



ane, /. Aagi ein* rhirtt , jach; 
fjtctftn, to let.up ehe flagi ftreb 
the fl»g; »tuen Iaf> 



fen, to diiplay, to let play tbe füg-, 
Sit Silutpagae, flag of denanca. 



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gxtlt tlfwi o( br«i! 

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Ott in tflJ. 

*»'<, /. winilUailfiim 
)<kr llnh. 

sutcct»*, U^uarcus, 



?! ifitf nforfe, ■ Im 

: t 1 I , m. »llibtll* . 
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lautre«., -.. 

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Inüiril, 1.. I ». (r<=' 

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Itain, blot, blnr, blemith; im 
©lafe, Jiw; im 'Buge, Imw. ipech 
in cli» evo; tappen, biitcii, pa»chi 
abflff^iiittcnei ©rürf 3enrf>, piecc. 
tmer 01 cloih; Heiner pon ©erbe, 
Weile, shred, entring; einen $U<f 

gtljen, to gu iome ilijtance. 
Rlerfeit, m. farmboule, or hantlet 
will, tlie fi.lda belot.ging lo it i 
place holding ■ nvddlfl rank be 
tween * yillage and a town, whcre 
iL« tmdt* of towu are »med an, 
VÜI», couutry*cat, village, bo- 

rough, niMk«'p)ace; eine ©teile 
ton einer anbern Äarie, «pot, blot, 
■Min, ipetk. «peckle, pimple, 
blnr; ein mtifat Werb mit blauen 
Steifen, * white horte with blue 
■potij ein (leinet jletfen int äuge, 
• luw, a littlo tpeck in tlic eva; 
SJerlefcung bei guten stammt, ble- 






bte 

uiea;l ei l 

, ETOW 
. T>lot. 



Jtetfen, f. r. a. 
blur, mlly, blot. 
Steffen baten, to have 
Slcefen befoimnen, to Q 

■potted , tlained , blitrrei 

ted ; tt will mtbt (lecf'e n , 

not ko »n . it won't do , aueeeed. 

fieefenauf madjer, m. icourcr. 
Ucf fie&er, n. s potted fever, pe- 
techial fever; purplel. 
Slecfiq, odj. ipotted, atajned, blnr* 

Ted . blotted. 
Slecftugel, /. aoapb'all to ttke out 

the »piir» of a clotL 
gleber niaiii, j. bat, flittormouia, 



»62 gre 

';lttft6 6[ume, /.«tocli cillrflown. 
SleifAbttt*, m. »arcicole. 
!(tif*brül)f, /. broth. 
{Ififefcen, v. r. ». to wonnd tba 

flesh ; to ctear of fiel!). 
Kleif*er, m. butcinr. 
#Ui|*ergang, m. going in vaim, 

Jleiff&crgewieb t , n. buicb.er'i 

wwght. 
; lei | djerbu nb, m. butcher'» dog, 

great cur, roastiffdog. 
"% e fcberfnerfit/ m. hiitcher't man. 

S c , rhermef fc^n.butcher'iknif». 

1 e f*ern, a.ij. ot (leih, fleehy. 
S . cberfäge,/. bn cher'i aaw. 
g ■■ 1 rtj erftant, m. butcher'i «all. 
| e f««(lu(t, /. ft«h. carnal luit, 

•eimnuKtr. 
5lti fdjfar be, /> fleihoalour, cai- 

Jleifibfar&en, mii. fleihcolonred, 

Hvely orangered, biiff, 
5 le i fdj t 'v.i 6 i 9 , *ufj. caroivorotw, 

ileili de von ritig. 

gteifd) treffet, m. caraiToron* _ 



Sieb 

EOO: 

■v 

ebn 

Siegelet, /. chtirliahneaa , clown- 



10 i f , m. featberhtoom , 
gooiewing. 
Siegel, m. flail ; grober SRenfcb, 
~'iurl, clown , brüte, boidoi 



uipplicat« , be 



glegel&aft, adj. churliih, mde 
clowniih , impertinent : • — adv 
chiirliihly; fi* flegelhaft betragen, 

to behave in a brutal manner. 

teech, miplore. 
ffltbetl, n. tupplicatfon. 
glebent lin>, adj. anppliant; Bit 

teil, to entreat ' — requeil — aulici 

an a iiippliant manner, with lears. 

initantljr, ardently , earneitly. 
8 1 e t f «, u. Seilt ; tag IcbcnMge Sleifdi 

' tba living flesh, ihe quiek ; teil: 

üfcft, piilp; 8tf*l»*tete*, buidier'a 
mein geräua>rrtet ^leifn), tmoakei' 
mear; gefotfent'*, gebratene^, ge 
bamptle«, gebaefte* ftieiftij, boiUd 

meat ; eingf faljune^ , pickled nn 
Äleifcba ugiruifj^, m. earnr-iitj 



f cbgefd) lü'ulfi, /. camoiity. 

giei fer $cwätt)£, n. tarcoma; auf 
trin Slatel, larcomphalet in ber 
ytaft, polypun int Stugenwinfel, 
encantii; am Sa&nfleifdje, epulüi 
am '■'■■■-, broncocele, natta. 

■■.... 1 .;■:■ aefer, m. bntebar. 

.-.. ! , ; i -:■ :a fen, in. tle»hhook. 

■:,.:-. «llt, /. ih.mbles. 
Stet ■ : a 1 1 u ng, /. caruatioB. 
■.,.-'.. At, adj. Iike Seib. 
«leifdiifl, adj. fteihy, brawnv; 
ton Objt, Duipoiti; ein fleifcbigrl 
©efidjt, a plump face. 
Sletfrbtgfeit, /fletbinMi, brawn- 

Jleifrt) rammet, /. lardery, but- 

jiii T f'*fl«l» "•• 8«if«r«4*' 

eben, n. meatball. 
Sletfdiforb, m. meatbuket. 
Sleifdjlafe, /. brin* of meat, 

Jlcifffjtcim, m. »rcoeol, flcib- 
glne. 

Ileifrfjii*, adj. fleihly, carnal j 
— adv. carnalty ; flfifrtjticb etrennen, 
fl* fleiidjlid) termifcben , to.know 
carnally, to lie with; EÜfie, carnal 
deiirei. 

^(eifdjlidjfeit, /. camaliry, fl«»b- 

S l e t f COM übt, f. nunet . mite. 
% (eifitmatltt, m. fletnmouger, 



cifdimirtt, n. baietxr'i miiXai, 

i r me.t j |"l-ii-! 

.mblci. 
lAfv'U-'. /■ Iciltairnl, mt- 



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'ii Äaiilf, B'ijt. JukI) 

IrJellj, n. flrbr.... 

LIlfCI>i »'. r- o. '■• b.ilr.h , JUtch, 

irp>i»i iitil dnr uii' 
[(fiiJw All, i.p bu.igl*. boöblti 

.1; tot gli' 
. , ptteliiag «ic (««■ 

lifftl, m- j'Htli. iiiili-lt. 
Ilif«t, m pjii.htf, b.ni/JiBT, mruder, 

trf«r#i,y. p»tttcry. Iwiciiriy. 

. 
3*, /- mniiiV-il gooie, 
ring, m. «m.ilioJ Urning, 

livgi r ,, " r ' ]ir c. 
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■SH(.j<ni"4tiü pper, m. gutuup. 

Jlirgcrlf&^onf, m. üiuik 

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em M Jr)at) ober «uhtitii au* ben 
äumtn , 'o run, drop. triekle 

down; ternfi fliegen, wie Sbranen, 
to triekle down ; 6ie Sl6t fliegt in 
tie Slcrbfee, tlre Elbe di.orobognei 
inrn tbe Gcrmm tri; ein« flie&enbe 
SRtbt, » üuent speech; eine flieSenbe 
Burioe , volubilitv ; eine flieten. 
|c ©ajretoart, • fiowing. Änout, 
amonih ityle.; flitfieiib fpredjen , to 
•peak flueiitly ; CID fliefifHtef Si*> 
ter, ■ smnoth p..et; fliegenb ltia- 



«Baffer, rnnntng wi:«ri bie 3«t 

(H-'ftt bin, heiim« pitiei«way i 6a* 
Rapier Hielt, the paper bloti ; biet» 
flllf fliegt, hence prOcccdl , relillt». 

glieffinaen, n. pr. Fliwhing. 
giiegpapier, n. blotling paper. 
Slielraaffe 

»litte, /. h 



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*. lancet; tiiuä Wogai'Jte«, 

f limitier, m. glimm er. 
limine rn, v. r. ». to glitten, güt- 
ter, apirkle. 
"Jlinber, m. »pingln; floundec 
g (int, «f/. liglit, brilk. alert, live- 
ly. »etive, nimble, quick, raiut, 
bright; flinferj ©eroeiv, bright and 
iure fircarmi.' 
^linten, fftnfern, v. r. n. to 

fli-ten. gl'"", »hine, liiarkle ; 
infernbe Stoffen , bricht, «hining, 

glittering arrot; fltllfmibe ^Uftfllj 

Ipwkliog OVO!, 
glinte, /. firelock. musket, fusee, 

eh"; tme Siege leinte, birdpiece, 

Fowling piece; 3agi>fiinte, fttsoe. 
«Itaten&animer, n*. pinlumraer. 
miinttntolitif butlendofa gu.ii. 
fllintenfrafcer, ra . gimtrann. 
glintenfuflel,/. mul-ibalL 
gl inten tauf , m- rr.uikeibarrel, 
* gunbarrel. 

»fjntenyitinea, m. guniling. 
■gltntenfcfeatt, >». raiukctnock, 

gun stock. 
glirUenftbUfc, ». gunlock, mm- 

ketlock. 

«littte nfc&ilh, m. carabinecaifl. 

Jjliti teu(" (bn S, in. rcmiketshoi. 

Ali nten ftei n, m, lliot. 

Sli 11 ter, m. apangle. 

f linierfiaat, m. f. siitierflctafc 

ffltntala*, n. flintglu». 

fttifperer, m. whi«pcrer. 

ffil'ucrn, \ p. r. «. U. n. in bir 
liftyti-ti, ^ .Obren, to whiaper 

f( ( i t f <{■ b a e n , in. croisbow. 
Rlilf *pfeil, m. deich, lUrt, MTOW- 
Sfittft, m. »pjngle, purL 

iltergolb, n. oriedevf, leif- 
gald, ciiiiel , leafhiais. 



£Iitterbau6f, /. eqif -with ip*m- 
gles, or tinteL 

litter'monat, m. honeymoon. 
tittttmuff, m. * lady'i m«ff 
with ipanglea. 
litterfloat, m,tiiuel 6>ery, uw 

littertnofb«, /. h ojioym aon. 
.,lifttoaeil, m. tronbow. 
gli^pfeil, ■>>. fletch, dart. »rrow. 

lo Je,/. ' \ ©o>n«, Bake, flock; 
Steifen, m./ Süoile, Hock, 
gtotfen, ». r. n. to fiake, to cwl« 

(tt, n. flockbad. wadd«d 
id bed. 
gtpcfentopttr,/. SockpqpeT hang- 

lD(f tnlPtif«, adv, in Anke», 

lorffeter, J. down, Aue. 
to (freu er, n. flatbing fi». 

Jlocfiajt, adj. like flock», fl«km; 
wooll'y- 

loofia, «df. Äockv. flaky. 
Urffetoc, /■ uc.ck.ilk. weit; 
fluitsilk, coarwtilk; doddergrau, 

Qeabit«, 

...,._, . . j t) t n , v. r. m. to t 
„UbfsUe,/. Bemap. 
g l b Q 1 9 , o Jj. flenhitten , infeeud 

witli Anns. 
giöbtraut, n. Ileabaiie, fleawurt, 



;(ob, m. flea. 
•IClJbifi, »1. fi< 
iloien, Hü 



%lQi){aait,'m. fleateed- 

Jlor, m. ilowci. bloom ; ßomttu 
lung ®lumcn, floweraga, flower t 
ineti; er ifl in jlcc, he ii in a 
flouiiaking itaie. 

glor, m. ganze, liffany; fraufer, 
ciapo; einem ben Xlcr uon ben 3p< 
aen lieben, to iindeceive one, eet 
the better of ona'i prejudiee. 

Slctbailb, n. gauzeribbaiid. 

SUren, m. floren. ftWin. 

gtoren'a, gtntt, Florence; «ul 3(0' 
reiij/ flovcntinifd), Floren tine, 

Sloretbanö, n, iloretribband,.fer- 
retribband. 

SloretftiSe, /. üoretailk, ferret, 

gloriven, v. r. n. = befelümeln; 
btüben, to bloom, bloiiom, flo«r- 
iali. 

glorfappe,/. liffsny veil, (coit). 
gtO*(tl,/. — SRliitnlttrt, öowrish; 

eine (ateini(*e , «evap of Latin. 
ffiofi, «. raft, float. 
Slot otn(, fi float' llice. 
St Ol: t C liefe, /. floitine bridee. 

Sloge, /. fin; an einer anaeffa>nu*, 
. float. 

S f c- f- e , /. floating, float. floarages, 

glpgen, v. r. a. to float; to drop 

in; (o skim ^rjülk); tq rinie; 



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n\ mit . änsnoii «n«wi in 

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ft.dred; Otflil. ei« ne* i 

Xiufitt, b 

ti iiDtr, ■ ral 

JIM, m_ il, bi i rii ülu,i ' 

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■ iln Ste. 

to «i.-g; otflk 

(Kit. «ing«I. 

.V'Oi pOgltu«. 

■ t R, ipiodli 
aUOfdOf II«,/- Wllr«« Ol Wl 
n r rl, n. feiwl. 

■ J: f. 8a*. 

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. j.iiiL, daccilf, 
iuHnnl!» . preiMIth , 

3U>r<me, m. qulä 

,iybUll. 
glutt. | ■ Sofft*«» 

Nn, n»t» nf «ii Uli 

l, j>Uiu, l««l gtOODtli 

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ftlurtud), ru floorcloth. 

f t U 6 , m. flood , flow, flowing ; ber 

weibliche, flow«$; ber n>ei§e> whi- 

tes; ber iDOrme, fcbarfe, rbeuma- 

tism, rheuni; ber falte, fa^leimige, 
cttarrh , rheum, rheumatism, cold; 

auf ben Stufen , fluxion , sore eyes, 
eyesore; ein flie§enbe$ SSaffer, a 

nvor, current; ein glU§ SR et all, 

« lump of melted metal; an einem 

Diamant, tho water of a diaxnond. 
glu§ bette, n. Channel. 

I u 6 f a l 1, m. fall of a river. 

I u ß f i e 6 e r , n. catarrhal fever. 

lufjfiftt), m. Tiverfish, ireshwater- 

nsh. 
8*ufM3/ ««(/• fluid, liquid; ge* 

Edjinolaen, melted; mit >\(üfTcn fce« 
laftet, rheumy, rueumatic. 

gljlffigf eit, /. fluidness, fluidity, 
liquidness, liquidity, bei menfä)li« 
dien jtörperl/ rheumatism. 
lufifarpfen, m. rivercarp. 
I U § f r e b £ , m. rivercrawfish. 
tuimooi, n. watermoss. 
(ufpferb; n. riverhorse , hippo- 
potamus. 

gtufjpulver, n. powder against 

rheums , catarrhs. 
glufifd)iff, n. rivership. 
ftlu \, tv ü ff er, n. riverwater. 
J? luftern, f. fliflern« 
ftlüte,/. ein tgd>iff, pink. 
gtutl;, /. Aood; <£6be unb glutfc, 

ebb and flood, ehbing and flow- 
ing, flux and rrflnx; PoHe ftlutlj, 

Springflut^ , springtide ; f leine , 

iieaptide, low tide, dead neap; 

mit ber glutb fahren, to iake the 

lide, go with die tide; SDelU, 
yrave, biliow. 

g l U t b b e 1 1 , n. Channel. 

g l u t b e n, y.r.n.to flow ; e* fluttet, 

the tidc is Coming on. 
ft l u t b f a l ( , m. cataract. 
g l u t ü j e i d) e n, n. floodmark, water- 

mark, 
gl U tiefte tt, f. tide. 
g cfy t , /. fan. 
goefe, /. goef fegel, n. foreraast- 

sail. 

Socfmaft/ m. foremast. 
(f r a , /. y ard of the foremast- 
sail. 
ftOifffranqe,/. f oretop sailyard. 
55 Cf «> a n D , /. foreshrouds. 

göbt, gof, geuf, m. = Heine €tn* 
weiebung ber ®ee tnä 2anb, creek, 

CÖVC. 

goblen, n. f. güflen« T 

gobre, göbre, /. bie X iefer ; ber 

jtienbaum, fir, pine, pinetree. 

J 6 b r e, /. tront ; p Forelle, 

götyven, a<//. of fir, fir; ftyrite I 

Sparren, fir quarters. I 

gobrenflofc/ m. firblock. I 



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S t § e , /• succetsion t ' Steige, teriet; 
gortbauer , ?ortfefeuna , conanna- 
tion; ba* iffc feine golge/ kai folgt 

ntdjt, that is no consequence; ÄoU 
ge leiten, to comply, be oW 
quious; IU Jol^e, aecording to, in 
nursuance 01 , in consequence of; 
tol^enbe %ixt, time to corue; i* 
ber ^olae, hereafter; ©efol^e, (Die» 
nerfebaft, attendance» train; |Ut 
Jolge ^aben, to bring on, be tue> 
ceeded bv ; Vit Sfacfte fann »ic^tiaf 

folgen fyäften , that matter rnay be 
of great consequence; tOdt OUt tu 

nein ©a^e folgt, conchition, infe- 

rence. 
Jolgcbiener, m. attendant. 
^ ( g e l e i |t u n g , /. obsequiontnMi» 

ready obedience. 

J l g e n , v r. n. to follow ; trenn 
ber %aü fo ifi, fo folgt, 1/ the case 
be so , it foliows ; auf btefe folgen 

anbere, these are followed by 
others; feinen üüfren folgen/ to in« 

du Ige one's desires ; im 2tmt foU 

Sen, to sueeeed; tyra folgten brei 
l'itcr, he was attended by two 
men on horseback ; folgt meinen 
£e$ren, follow my preeepu , do at 

I bid von; wenn ipr eurem Jtüpfe 
folgen H>oüt, if you penitt on your 

own whim; folgen laffen, to suf. 

fer to go; wie folgt/ as foliows. 
J 1 g e n b , adj. following , tubse- 

queni; auf einanber, successire, 

consecutive; folgenbe ©0^e ; next 

week. 
golgenbl/ adv. afterwardt; in tne 

future; consequently« 
5? olger, m. foltower. 
8 lg e r e i , /. conclusion , inferenc« 

from faise premises. 
J l q e r n , f . r. a. to argua f derire, 

in/er, conclude; falfcp, to take a 

false inference. 
Jolgerung, /. argiung, infexring, 

concluding, conclusion. 

go tge& ett/ /• ti»e to come, futa. 

rity. 
gotgtio)/ adj. conseauent : — 

adv. consequently, accordingly, of 

course^ 
go lg f am, «J;.obfeqiiioas, o bedient, 

complying : — adv» obsequionsly. 

golgfamfett, /. obseanionsnest , 
obedience, complying ditpotition« 

g l i a n t , m. f «"»Ho. 

g 1 i e / f : = dinn • ober lupferü&er* 
jug , foil. 

g 1 1 0/ ein $u<$ in golto, ■ book iit 
folio; ein 9iarr ra golio/ an arrant 
fool. 

goltcr, /. Tack, toxture; auf bte 
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tue rack; ^dfmtr^tn , Ängp , tor- 
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Jormmeifter, m. rrraster of mould- 

ing. g 

g o r m r a $ m c n ; m. chaso (of prin- g 

ters\ y g 

gormfanb, m. moulding sand. g 

g o rm f d) e i b e ; /. upper part of pot- 

ter's wheel. g 

gormfpatty, m. burnt spaad. 
g r m \i e §, m. fumiture (of printers). g 

ocmftetn, vi. formpiece. 

orjn (teilt pcf, m. flourishing tool g 

(in bookbiuding). ■ 
gormftO§cr/ to. Clearing iron (for g 

the pipe of the bellowa in mclting 

houses. g 

g r m U l Ct r, n. set form, formulary, 

prccedcut. ^ g 

gormung, /. formation, ahaping, 

modalling, g 

jfont, f. »orn. 

J r n e u f c , /. Diuch ovon, tinoven. 
Orfcpbar, adj. speculaüve. . g 

0rfd^6cgicröC/ /. investjgating 
mind, speculativonets, inquisitivc- g 
ness. g 

gorfcfebegierig/ <?rJ;\ inquisitivc. 

gOrf^CU, v. r. n. to senrch, seek, 
inquire; genau, minutely; X\ad) et* g 
ncm , etl»a$ t to inquire for , after, 
about. g 

%Ovfd)tV, to. inquirer, searcker, g 
sounuer. 

gorfdjaetft/ m. gorfd?fud)t/ /. g 
inquisitive turn, prying disposi- 
tion. g 

gorf<bfraft, /. sagachy. 

gorfcftung, /. inauiry, disquitition, g 
exaruining, siftmg, scanning, in- 8 
dagalinu. 

gorft, m. forest; gtrfte, ridge. 

g o r ft a m t , n. forcsto/nce , forest- 

court, foiest.board. 
g o r fr 6 c a m t e , m. forestofhcer. 
{? r ft u rt) / n. cod« of forests. 
gorfibiencr, m. Sergeant of the 

forest . 
g o r fr $ i e n ft, m. forestoffice, chargc, 

cmployment. 
8 p r fr e r , m. foTOster , foreBtkeoper, 

ranger ;i>cr oberfte gor finster, chicf- « 

justice of the forest. 

görfreret//. forester's district ; fo- 

rester's house; meeting of the fo- g 

TfiSt^fKcers. 
gprftfrot)rte, /. foreataverage , or 

dav'swork. g 

gor'ftgarbe, /. foresttithe , pr 

sheaf. g 

g r ft g e b u $ r , /. forestdues. 
gor ft gefalle; p/»r. forestproiita, or g 

revenues. 
gorfrgeraume, w. coppice changed g 

into a meadow or fieid (given to 

a forester as part of bis salary). 
g 1 ftfl er e d) t, adj. skilled in forest- I g 

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orftgertcjt, ».-f. gerffomt. 

orflijefc^, n. forestlaw. 

o r fr b a u $, n. housek of the foreater. 

r fr ^ e r r , m. master of a forest. 

orfttyufe, /. forest's district or 

exterit. 

orfr^ut/ /• forest's care (inspec- 

tion). 

orfl.^itter.; gorflfue^t, m. 

keeper, \varder of a forest. 

orftm elfter, m. znaster (intpao- - 

tor) of the forest. 

orftorbnung, /. gorftre^t, n^ 

fo^srlawi. 

orftrat^/ m. counsollor of tlie 

forest s. 

or ftccct)nung, /. aceoui:ta of tke 

foiosts" -produce. 

o r ft r'e c^ t / n. n'glit (privilego) be- 

loiigfug to a forest; body offorest- 

lawa ; Tee paid to a forestofficer. % 

orftre^al/ n. xiglit of demesne 

of a forest. 

o r ft r c t? i e r A n. forest. 

orjrfauU, /. gorfiftein, m. pil- 

lar or stane £or marking the boan- 

darv of a forest. 

orftfc^rct6er / m. foreitoffict'» 

clerk. 

o.rfrfecretar, m. forestseoretary. 

o rfr^cnoaltcr, uj. stevrard of 

the forest. 

orfttvefert/ n. the concerru of 

the forest. 

prftwtffenf^aft/ f. science of 

the forest. 

r ft ft i e <J e t / m. rooftile, ridgerile. 
ort/ adv, üortoart^/ forth, o'm 
awfiy, off; er i(t fd)0t\ fort; he is 
already gone 9 departed : — interj, 
fort mit &tr! hence! avray with 
theo ; out with tliee ! ge( you 
gonc! machet fort! make haste! all 
mein <£clo tft fort! all my money 
is gonc, speut, lästig fort unb fort, 
ever und anon, continually ; tlt ei« 
Item fort/ at one Stretch; fo fort/ 
bv and by, immediately» forth- 

t\ ith ; urtb fo fort, unb (9 ttftter, 

and so forth. 

orton, adv. from tliat time; fünf» 

i\q, hence forth; unl> fo fortan, 

and so on — forth. 

ortarbeiten/ v. r. n. to Continus) 

—7 purstte — : prosecate — . carry on 

— go an with. a worlj. 

prtatr)men./ v. r. n. to continue 

to breathe. 

p r t b a u-e n / v. r. a* to continue to 

build, build on, 

ort betteln/ v. r. n. to continue 

begging. 

o r t o C a f e n / v, i. n. to continue 

biowing; to continue playing: — > 

v. i. «. to blow oft*. 

o r t b r a u d) e n / v. r. a. to continue 

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g r m r i) in C n , m. chaso (of Prin- 
ters ;. 
gointfano, m. moulding sand. 
g o rm f dj e i b e, /. iipper part of pot- 

ter^s wheeL 
gprmfpatf)/ m. burnt ipaad. 
g r m fr e fl, ?n. furniture (of printers). 
g t m fr c i n , vi. formpiece. 
gormttem pcf, m. flourishing tool 

(in bookbiiiding). 
gor m ft §CV , w. clcaiing iron (for 

the pipe of the bellow* in mclring 

honses. 
g r m 11 i a V, n. set form, formulary, 

precedcnt. 
görmuncj, /. formation, ahaping, 

modslJing. 

gorn, f. uorn. 

\ r n e u f C h /. Dutch ovon, tinoven. 

QVfdibav, ad), speculative. 

orfd)6cgieröe, /• investjgating 

mind, speculativonets, inquisitivc- 

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V inquire; genau, minutely ; nad> ei* 

nein , etwaä , to inquire for , after, 

abotit. 
gorfdjer, ro. inquirer, seareker, 

80un<ier. 

gorfctjf^etfl, m. gprfd)fu<fct, /. 

inquiaitive turn, prying dispoti- 

tion. 
gorfdjfraft, /. sagacity. 
gPrfd)tin<J, /. inquiry, disquisition, 

evaniining, sifting, teanning, in- 

dagatiou. 

govfr, m. forest; girfre, ridge, 

g o v fc a m t , n. for^ 8 cortice » forest- 

coitrt, foiest.board. 
g o r ft fr e a m t e , m. forestofheer. 
g r ft G U rf? , n. code of foresta. 
gorft^encV/ m* Sergeant of the 

foresi . 
g o r ft $ t e n ft, m. forestoffice, chargt», 

croployraent. 
j p v fr e r , m. foroster , forestkeoper, 

ran per; fcer o&erffce gor frrid)ter, chic f- 

justlcc of the forest. 

g 6 V fl € r c t / /. forester'i district ; fo- 
rester's house; xneeting of the fo- 
rest^ flicers. 

gprflfro&rte, /• forestaverage , or 
day*s\york. 

gorßgarfce, /. foresttithe , or 
sheaf. 

gorftge&ü^r,/. forestdues. 
gorflge falle, p/«r. forestprofits, or 

revenues. 
gorflgeraume, n. coppice changed 

into a meadow or iield (givon to 

a forester as part of Ih'k salary). 
g v jtfl er C ^ t/ ad/. skilIed in forest» 

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gprftgefe^, ». forestlaw. 
g o r fr b a u $, ». hoiisa of the forester. 
gorfrtjerr, m. master of a forest, 
gorftf^ufe/ /. foreat'a district or 

extent. 
gorftl)iit, /. foveat's care (inspec- 

tion). 

gorflljuter., gor-ftf ued) t/ m. 

kcoper. ward er of a forest, 
gorftmetfter, m. master (inspeo- 
ror) of the forest. 

gptftorbitung, /. gorflrec^t/ n* 

fo^^rlawi. 
gorftrot^/ m. counsellor of clie 

forest s. 
gcrflvcu)nutig;/. accoui:ts of the 

forc&ü* -produce. 
g r fc r e c^ t / n. n'ght (pri vilege) be 

lou^ing to a forest; body oftores 

law ^ ; fee paid to a forftstofficer. x 
gorflregal, n. xight of demesne 

of a forest, 
g o r (> r r u i e r / ?z. forest. 
Sortrfanlc, jf. gorft^ctn# m. pil- 

Iar or stone for marking the boon- 

darv of a foiest. 
g oi' frfc^rci 6er., m. forestoffica's 

clerk. 

gor flfecretar/ m. forestseoretaiy. 
go r fr v>ert» alter, »|. stevrard of 

the forest, 
gorfrroeferi/ n. the concerna of 

the forest. 

gprfiwiffenf^aft, /. teienep of 

the forest. 

g o r ft 3 1 e $ e C, m. rooftile, ridgerile. 

gort, adv. t?ortpartö, forth, on t 
awRy, off; er l{l föotl fprt, he ii 
already gone , departed : — interj. 
fort mit !Dtr! hence! away with 
thei* ; out with tliee ! get, yon 
gonc! mattet fort! make hatte! all 
mein @cl& ifr fort! all my rnoney 
is gonc» speut, last! fort unb fort, 

cvct and anon, continually; in ei« 
Item fort , at one Stretch ; fp fort, 
bv and by, immediately 9 forth- 

^'ith; unD fo fort, uno (p »riter, 

and so forth. 
g o r t a rt/ adv. from that time : fünf» 

Uq, hence forth; unb fp forta», 

and so on — forth. 
gortarbeiten, v. r. n. to continae 

— pi^raue — prosecate — carry on 

— go an with a worlj. 
gortatr)men, v. r. n. to contiaue 

to breathe. 
g p r t fr a u-e n , v. r. a. to continae to 

build, build on« 
gortbettetn, v. r. n. to conrinae 

begging. 
gort Olafen, v. i. m to continae 

blowing; to continue playing: — 

r. i. «. to blow ofF, 
g o r t & r a u o) e n , v.r.a. to continae 

to use -^»employ. 



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gortreben, r. r. n. to continne 
sp'-aki» g, to proceed, to speak on; 
nach einrr Unterbrechung, to retume. 

gortregnen, i». n. r. to rtin on, 
to coiirfn-ie raining. 

g ortreife, /. depart, continutnce 
of a jomney, progress. 

g r ! r e t f f n , r. r. » to depart , go 
off; fcte Steife fortfeften, to continuc 
— s«-t forth on a journey. 

gortretSen, v. f. «. to hurry away, 
carry off, move along. 

g ortreiten, v. \. n. to ride away, 
to ride on , to ride fürt her. 

{fortrollen, v. a. r. to roll. 

gortruefen, v. r. n. to be moved 
away (forward) , to rise , to ad- 
vance , to shift place. 

g Ort V liefen, v. r. a. to more on, 
away , forth , to advance ; fortgf « 
ruefte @d)i»angerfö)aft , advanced 
pregnancy. 

gortrubern, v. n. r. to row on. 

JortfagCH, v. a. r. to continne 
teil ing, to teil on ; to spread 
further. 

gortfafr, m. am £noc$en, apophy. 
si*; runber, head; fpifci.ser, bill, 

beak ; am @Ubogen , olecrane. 
g r t f d) C f f e n , i\ r. a. to % carry 
iwav, to remove; to pet rid off; 

■ to send away ; einen iKeifenben , to 

assist one in setiing out on a 
journey ; eine SXagb, to *end away; 

einen au6 ber SBeft, to dispatch 

one, do nne'g business. 



% r t f d) a f f U n g , /. carrying away; 

assisting one in setting out; dis- 

patchirg, fending away. 
go»rtf <b\ cf en, v. r. a. to send away. 
gortfd)ieben, t». i. a. to move — 

push — shove — thrust forth, for- 

ward. 
Jortfcf)iefien, i». i. n. to continue 

shooting ; to shoot , rush , slide 

a'ong. 

g o r t feb i f f e n , v. *. n. to sail off, 

along- away, to set sa ; l : — v.r.a, 

to sliip , to transport by shipping. 
$ortfd? lögen, v. a. r. to cudgel 

away. 
g o r t f cf) l e i dj e n, i>. f. reeipr. to steal 

off, sneak off, to disappear, to 

slip. 
gortfcblenbern, v. n. r. to loiter 

on, to saunier away, to jog on. 

gortfd) l en ter n, v. a. r. to shakc 

(t>-»8s; along, to hurl (sling, jolt, 
Hing) away. 
gort f(i) l eppen, v.r.a. to drag, 
train . trail along. 

gortfebmerjen, v. r. n. to give 

coutMiiial p'iin. 
gort feto r et 6en, v. i. «. to continue 
(go oiO wriM»g; irt) will bie ganje 
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gortfd)reiten, v.i.n.to step forth, 

go on , pass on , advance, proeeed. 

ftorf febrei tenb, adj. progressive, 
gort feb ritt, m. progress, advance; 

gortfdjritte machen, 10 advance. 
gort febtt) e muten, v.a. r. to wash 

away. 

gortfcbto.tmnien, t>. 1. *. to swim 
away; to swim on. 

S ort feg ein, v. r, n. to sail off, 

away. 

g r t f e n b e n , v. 1. a. to send away, 
off, to dispatch; to depute. 

gortfe^en , v. r. a. to continue, 
carry ou; eine Reife ( to pursue a 
journey, or way ; einen Ötein int 
55retfe, to move forth; ipflanjen, 

Jto propagate, multiply. 

gortfe(Jer, m. continuator, pur- 

suer. 
S r t f e ft U n 9, /. continuation , con- 

tinuance, pursuit, pursuance; mov- 

ing forth; propagation, multipii« 

cation. 
gortfepn, v. i.n. to be gone, to 

be absent. 
gort fingen/ v. 1. n. to proeeed 

vrith a song, to sing on. 

gortfigen, v. 1. n. to continue sit- 
tin g. 

gortfpaateren, v. r. n. to pursue 

one's walle, 
gortfpielen, v. r. n. to eonrinne 

to play, to play further; bat GtiGuf 

toirb fortijefpiett/ the picce con- 

tinues to be acted. 
gor tfp rechen, v. 1. n. to continne 

speaking, to continue one's con- 

vrrsation. 
gortfpringen, v. 1. n. to leap on; 

to jump away. 

gortflecfen, v. a. r. to stick (fix) 

further . more forwards. 

gortflo§en, v. La. weg frofen, to 

fish (thrust) away; PortOart< (h)» 



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en, to pii*h forth, forward, to 

jog on; fortfahren %\x ftofen, to 

continue to pusli. 

gortfrogung, /. pushing (thmst* 

ing) awav, pushing forth, for- 
ward , jogging on ; continuing to 
pnsh. 

gortfunbigen, v. r. n. to sin on« 
J r 1 1 r q e n, v.\. a. to carry «way 9 

to transport. 

gorttrauern, v. n. r. to continne 

mo urnin ff. 

forttreiben, v. i. a. toeqtuibtn, 
to drive away; toetter treiben, to 
jog on; fortfefeen, to continue. go 
on, to pursue; er treibt ben Um» 
gang fort, he still maintains the 
correspondence. 

gorttreioung, /. driving away; 
jogging on; continuing» going 
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gr«i66u<b, graifebbu* 

tocoll in crimi.ial matlcrs. 
gratiffllf, m. criminal case. 

grau geriet, n. court in criminal 
graifi&err, nr. high judge, cri- 

minal judge. 
graigllrb, adj". criminal; terrihle 

grai&yfanb, n. comuertohen , 

pledge of crime, 
grancifca, n. pr Trane«!, Fanny, 
graneifeaner, m. franciican friar, 
gron (i l'cotlcri tl r /.franciican nun, 
StancD, «(/p. poitpaid. 
g ran t, a.i/- front uitb frei feon. 10 

be IM «nd frank, 
granfe, m. jfranjofe, frenchman; 
6feri(l im ffiorgenlanbe, frank, fran- 
hisum aui Dein grinfifeben Äreife, 
; 'Münje, frank. 



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1. winn of Franeo- 

gvanfturt, Frankfort; am SKain, 
an bet 06er, Francfort lipon tlie 
M.mi. iii-onrhrOderi biegronffur« 
Icr «UiefTc , the fair ar. Frankfurt. 

graut Iren, t>. r % m. — freimachen, 
to frank, send poitpaid ; frantiU, 
pnatpiid. 

g r ä n f i f rft , o df. franeonian ; ber 
franf ifdjr Ärti*, circle ofFranconia. 

granfveid), n. France. 

granfe, /. fringei mit granfen be- 
fef;eh , ro fringe , est wirk fringe*. 

granfenmaiber, m, fringor, fringe- 

franftdjt, orfj, lihe frlngei. 
rdtlfi«, «4, fringed. 
SrailJ, n. pr. Fnncia, Frank. 
gratljaPf«'/ m. rennetapple, 
grau jfcanb, m. Franch binding in 
ralf; 'Sudt in granjfanb, book 



Wund i 



calf. 



graitjbaum, m. dwarf fruit« ee, 
g r a 11 5 6 b n t, f. French bcan, dwarf 

kitL evbean. 

granjfcvanntmein, m. french 

brandy. 
grantbrot, n. french bread. 
g ran je,/, f. graufe. 
Kranje, m. frenchman. 
g r a n } f a b r e r, n>. french merekant- 

g r a n * a ( l 5 , n. french money, 
granjfinnen, «. gMigham. 
grau jinan it, m. frenchman. 
granjobfl, n. french fruit» , fruit* 

of dwarftreci. 
granjofe, m. Frenchman ; im pl. 

the French. 
grantofen, pl. eencrtfdie.franfbeit, 

tiifit'surfce, french diieue , french 



an jofcnbolj , n. 
f>ockwuod> 



guaiacum, 



grnn jofig, adj. infected wiib. tl 

french Pfix. 
granjpjin,/. french woraan ; g 

gra nt öftren, t>. r. «. to frenchif 

granjo Fifa), adj. french 1 rcbci 

tu ipeA french; tote beifit bat ai 

fraujofifd) ¥ how is that in freneb 

Ä* fraiijofifd) flcibtn, to droit 00« 

■ elf in the french falhion. 

granaperle, /. fala« p*«l, pH 

of Venice. poarl of the Temple, 
grarufcbürCarb, m french acarle 
granjtbaler, m. french doli« 

graninein, m. french wimi IM 
Ger, white wine; rotbrr, claret. 

groppiren, v. r. a. = auffaßei 
tu itrike, affecti frappant, ttrikinj 

gvu ß, m. food, meat, putiire, prey 
©tbroclgei'f i , gluitony, gormendji 
iig, immoüerate eatingi bem gra 
rrasficri frnn, to ghiitonit« 1 Qiei 
fnifi, ein itfiier, elmtonj ein ai 
ftmttv *"-"- J - * ■ ' 

3ra(iig, 

greedv : — aAv. gliiltonoiiily, 
griitStcit, /. glutlony. goi 

gratt, a<lj. WUnD,' frelted. g*Had 
wounded, »ort; fratt t(i«n , t. 
galt by riding od honiback. 

grafj, m. ill educated child, brat 
Billy footiah peraon. 

gra^e, /. idfe prate, >dle ttory 

•illy lliing, trifle, toy ; whimi Cll 

latberfidje? 0cbäube r gimerack. 



n itbier, el«t ton j ein gi 
Wlcnfct), gliuton, gonnand 



nbUb, 



fright 



.-Vi, /. wnmin ; alt SbrenWDrt 
ladyt bie grau jjerjogin, tny lad] 
dm eben; unferc n rau öeneraiin 
Dm geMrral'a U.ly ; grau ^ormann 
Mn. Ilofman; Ufvtjeucail)« , vrife 
im pl. wire»; ein« ^vau nebtnen, t< 
take « wifei Pon feiner grau ge 
plagt, henpeckt; unter feiner gröi 
flehen, to ba wiferidde» ; ijrrr unt 
j^rau, tlie maater aud the miitrean 
eine i'ornebme Jira« com bürgerlb 
dint ©tanbe, ^uilewoman t PPV 
äfel, l»dy; eine ffbone grau, fin« 
ladv; untere liebe grau (3Raria), 
cur Udy i anabige grau, my lady. 

grausen, n. liitle trotnan^ goot 
lady; fage €ic mir betb, gwüdjenl 
pray> goody, teil int 1 

grauenabrr, /. aaplueha. 

grauenbaifam, m. coitmary. 

grauen beeren, plar. berriai ol 
whiterhorn. Inwtliom, 

grauenbettftrob, m Qttr Lady '1 
bedsiraw. 

nenbilb, n. female; Image Dl 
f the holy nrgin, 



female »aint, 






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ttiUKi /. CO 

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gre 2; 

greibau, m. freemine(vrhoiewotk- 
Ing'* expensei arü «affitiently te- 
cured). 

Jjreibouer, m. free peatant (ex- 
oitipt fron all average, or servitu- 
de 10 hia l.ndlordj. 

greiteuter, m. freebooter; «in 
aincvifanifrfjer, bucanier, privareer, 

gretbeiiierei, /.' freebooting , pil- 

lage. 
greifceules'ifdj, ad}, like a free- 

gveiiiet, n. beer gären gratis; 

pnVileged beer. 
grtibrauett; n. privileged brew- 

ing'of beer. 
greifivicf, m. qjrititegiiim, license, 

patent, charter, piivilege ; *paft, 

pa aap ort. 
ijrei 6 Ürq er, m. freemant citixen 
°©f .frwtoiii, free cirisen. 
greibürgerlid), a,i>. rcpublican, 

democrarica). 
grei&ür fiije, /. free h im ring. 
{Jteicoriipagnie, /. = gmbortf, 

free com pany, Company of pailiian», 

or free booten. 
greicorpi, n. bodjr of volunteera; 

pirtitm corpa. 

treiben Ter, in. freelhiiuker. 
teibenfetet, /. freeüunking , li. 
bortiniam. 
Äreibenterifd), aJ/. licendout. 
gretbing, n. free court of julüce. 
greieigen, aJj. aüodial, indepen- 

d«m. 

Jreicti, v. r. a. to free, privilegei 

bei: 2Seg, to ctear (he wav. 
greien, u. r. n. jlffi bewerben, to 

court, noo, to make love to; $W> 

ratb/nt, to rnarry. 
greier, m. wooer, niitor; aufSm* 

tr( ^ügen 9«$*« / "o be engagod in 

a treaty of tnaiTiag«. 
greitrti, /. couitsMp, wooüig. 

greifeoftet, m. privileged fighter, 

rilter, fencer. 
ffreifelb, n. c< 
grctfrau,/. bi 
g r e i f r ä 11 ( e i n , n . uhmWried 

Ja 11 ght er of a barOii. 
- Jreiftcbtl, m. iimunoaet, aar 
gc.mt of n criminal court. 
g r e i 9 ft , m. jouraevmaa of 1 fre« 

gre ige 6 ig, adj. free, liberal, gene- 
rou« , boünteoua, bonnüful, mutii 
ücent; — aiii*. freely, übcrally. 
eeneronaly, bounleoutly, bouiiti. 

SrrifcEigfeitf /. boi 



Jreige&uretT, «jy. freeborn. 



t • 8« 

Sreige&ung,/. releue. 
greigebo'ten, part. defray 

expenco* , acolfree, 
$reigeift, m. miiid free fror 

iridices; freethiuker; in § 

ber Sitten, libcrtine. 
Sreigeifterei, /. freethinkir 



;fterifrij, n ^. freeüiii 

(offen, 7'ür£. frecd, c 



gretgeUffene, «t. freed (na: 

g r e t g e I a ff e n e/ /. freed wt 
gretgertrbt, n. free {crii 
court of justice. 

gretgtrinne , - - 11 "- - 






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court; b.iliff, elierifr. 
g retgut, n. feeiiniple; Carl 

fceeliold, free ten erneut ; 1 

free good*.' 
greigutler, m. freebolder. 
gtcibaftii, m. freeport, fi 

grtibatlt, ft. freehotlse. 

greiötit, /. freedom. liberty, 
Privileg«; ^rribeit baßen , to 
liberty ; riitein bie ffwificit fd 
to give one bis liberty; in % 
f(t}en, to aetat liberty; pfb i 
beit f(t>En, to eicape; eine 
ihren ^teibetttn erbaftei 



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i the cbar 

5(b bie greibett n 
erty. to be ac 
{offen, grfen, 
berty. freedomi 



beilen bereut nimmt, -., 
aaiicy; jreibeit uon Zugaben, 
plion . imiriuiiity, franchise; 
nem ©eicer&e, licenae. 
ftrtitttittbritf, m. chartei 

Tilege, patent, licenie. 
Srtiheitfinn, m. epirit of 1 
§reibeit#inü%e,/. ca f0 fl 
gre ibeitf ritttr, th.champi 

% reib er r, m. baron, baronei 
greiberrifl,/. baroneaa. 
gref X)tt rltn), adj. heionging 

abje) to a baron. 
" " errlt djfef * 

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JttiML 

jobe 



gteifaffnng, /. freeing, oiai 
»ion, releaaing, «Anincipada 






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up, utifle) a resentment; fcitl Cetb 
in flcfc freffcn , to fret within one's 
seit; um fld) freffen, to take root, 
to corrode , to spread ; fcon Kofi/ 
©djfiberoaffcr, to eat, corrode; ton 
Motten , to eat ; freffenb , aU ftoft, 
©cbarfe, ©cfceibewajTer, eating, etch- 

ine t corrosive , consuming ; etil 

freitenbeti @efc$tt>itr, a corrosive 

ult er. 
greffen, n. eating, gluttonizing , 

gormandizing, devouring; meat, 

aljment. 
greffenb, part. cancerous, viru- 

lent, corrosive , fretting, caustic, 

etching. 
greffer, m. eater, glutton, guttler, 

gormandizer, devonrer. 

greffer ei, f. gluttony, guttlery, 
groedincss; ©afteret, Scfjmau*, ban- 
qnet, treat, snmptuous featt, jun- 
ketiog, gutting and guzzling* 

grefifieber, n. greedvgutsfever. 
ffreigtertg» adj. greedy, voracious, 

ravenous, gluttonous i — <u/t>. gree- 

dily. 
grefigtoo?e, /. eating bell, 
grefftg, «</;. greedy, gluttohousr 

— adv. greedily, gluttonously. 

greßfvanf Dett, grefcftti&t, /. 

linngry evil. 
greSrebe,/. cardialgy , heartburn- 
ing (of liorses). 

grefifaef; m. victuais bag (scrip); 

glutton. 
greßtrog, m. manger , feeding 

troitgh. x 

refitvanfl/ m. glutton , devourer. 

reljange,/. anrennula , feeler. 

retteten, n. bat* grettwtefef, fer- 

ret. 

greften, r. r. «. frcITen, to eat, 
browze ; &u freffen gefcen , to feed, 
fatten , cram, raast, sitiiT. 
g r e U b e, /. joy , joyfulness , joyous- 
' nuss, gladncss, mirth, merrinient, 
plcasure; »Oller greube fepn, to be 
joyful, overjoyed; &or greube ent* 
aticft, transportftd with jjoy; greu* 

oe an einem erleben, ro live to see 
one happy, well settltd, raised to 
honour ; feine ftreube woran $a6en, 
to delight in; ß$ eine greube »er» 

au# maeftett, to be happy in; mit 
greuben, joyfuily, gladly, glad- 
somelr. 

greuben&eaeignng, /. rejoieing, 

utterance (expression , demonstra- 
tion , testifying) of joy. 
reubenfejr, n. publick festivity* 
reubenfeuer, n. bonfire. 
reubengefang, m. hymn of re- 
joieing. 
greu be ngefet) ret, n, shout, ac- 

clamation , jubilation , huzza. 

greubent)au$, n. house of joy» 



greubenfCeib, n. featiral gannent. 
gr eubenf ran ö , m. garland of de* 

light. 
greubenfeben, n. joyful life, mer- 

ry life, bappy life. 

greubenloe*/ adj. joyless. 
greubenmab^en, n. lady of piea. 

snre» prostitute, strumpet. 

gteubenpferb, n. prancer. 

greilbenretA; adj. rnost happy, 
nierry, cheerful, glad, joyful« gay, 
abundant (swimming) in foy. 

greubettfe^tefien/ n. dring of th« 

guns (for victory etc.). 
gtettbenfrorer/ m. makebate , 

troublesome guest. 
greubentog, m» rejoieing day, 

festival , day of joy. 

reubentfcräne,/. tear of joy. ^ 
reilbentrunt/ m. rejoieing cup. 
r c u b e n \? ( ( , adj. füll of joy, 
joyful. 

greit ben j6&re, /. tear of joy. 

greubenseit,/. gladsome , joyful 
time. 

greubtg, adj. glad, gladsome» jor- 
fnl, joyous, clieerfiü, merry, buth* 
somfl, overjoyed: — adv. gladly* 
gladsomely • joyfully, joyoosly, 
cheerfully, mernly. 

greubtgfeit,/. gladsomeneis v joy- 
falness, joyousuess, cheerfulness, 
mirth, gaiety. 

g reuen/ r. r. a. to rejoiee, give 
pleasure; f\d) f to rejoiee, be re- 
joieed , merry, glad ; t»tr freuen 

un^ &u vernehmen/ we are happv 
to lcarn ; id) freue miefc tyxtr (Be* 
funb^eit/ I am glad to see von in 

5ood health; fiep ü6er .eine* anbem 
ngCücf freuen, to delight in other 
people's misfortune. 

g r e u n b ; m. friend ; ein inniger/ in- 
timate; ict) bin fein greunb ton Unu 

ftanben , I am no friend of forma« 
ities; er i(t fein greunb oon tiRuflt, 

he makes no aecount of music; 

Q3efannte, acquaintance; ein guter 
greunb von mir, a friend of mine» 
an old acauaintance ; Stafiranbter, 
Telation , xin , kiusman ; fie fitlb 
na\)t greunbe, they are near rela« 
tions; mein nhcfyftcv greunb, my 
next kin; tie(e Serivanbte, »e« 

Uta greuitbC/ m»ny kindred, few 
fnends; in ^artbeUbriefen t friend, 

correspondent. 
g r e U n b e n , v. r. a. to make friend« 

or friends. 
greunb in, f. friend, shefriend, fe« 

male friend; er \)h\t flct) -eilte greuRa 

titlf he keeps a mistress. 
greunb(to), adj. friendly, amiable, 

kind , benevolent, gracions, cour- 

teous, sweet, lovely; ti jtefot fo 

freunbCt^ aul r it hat an air of 




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nunci.) b( pcice. 
:*cll ( ruj». 

r b 4 i g , uJj, bratUtig 

FCMgcef, 

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:; firm in ce- 

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3 r i* b f e r 1 1 g f e i t, /. peaceablenesa, 
pacific disposition. 

S r t c b ^ a 9 ; w. fence , hedge. 

oVteMtcfy, adj. peaceful, quiet, pa- 
cific : -*- adv» peacefully , quietly, 
pacificly. 

ffrteblt'cbf et t, /. peacefulness, 

jrtcMiefcenö/ aJj. loving peace. 

r t e b f q IU , adj. peaceful , quiet , 
pacific. 

Rrieb famfett; /. peacefulness. 

$rtebfe(i$J/ adj. peaceful: — adv. 
poa'oiully. 

Sr teb feltgf eit, /. peacefulness. 

Jrteren, v. i. n. Q>art< jtass. gefro» 
ren, in:p. fror); to froeze; fcor 
Srofr sittern, to quake, with cold, 
shiver, to be cliüled; ity bin foft 
erfroren, J am almost chilled (sur- 
ved, killed) with cold; luitb frte* 

ret am aanjen £'cibe, I fr«»/.« (chill) 
over aif my body ; 31t (£16 frieren, 
to cong'e.il , freoz.d ; gefroren *4öaf* 
fer, congcalcd , i'rozcu watex*. 

ftxicif m. freezc, frizo. 

Jjrjefe, ?». Frisclandcr. 

tJricfet/ m. purples , wlieals, pim* 
ple* , miliary fever ; rush. 

frieSlanb, n. Frii-c, FrisMand. 
r i e^m -a (f) er , m. freezemaker, ma- 
nufacturer of freeze. 
grifrt)/ «J/. frosh; neu, feesh, new; 

frifefc gegangen, nady caught: — 

adv. fieslily, ncwly, (»icoiily, raw- 
jy; munter, brisk, vigorous; fri« 
■ ftjer ?0iUtfj , briskness ; eine frifebe 
Karbe, a gay, lively colour; ton fri» 
fcOer ftarbc, fnshcolourcd; frifa} 

Unb gejfunb, healthful and gay; ein 

Srtff&er SBinb, a frc?h cale: — adv. 
reshly. briskly, gavly, Üvely; er 
jjefjt ffifeft babet, h* 'falls on heart* 

llv; frifefc auf! cheer up! &on fri* 

f(6em , afi'esh , anew. 
Ä r i f d) e t , £. freshncas , fraiscTieur. 
S*r ifcf) ei »en, n. brittlo iron; fined 

(refinoil) iron. 
jrifeben, v. r. a. to freshen, to 

refresh ; to newrifle (the barril of 

a gnn ; to purge (dogs) ; — v. r. a. 

to pig. farrow. 
J r t 1 " d> e r , m. iincr , refiiier (oi me- 

tals). 

$rt|'njcffC/ /. fiuery (in mclting 

lnMises). 
g r i f eh g e (r ix b e , u. roaldust. 
jjrifit Glätte, /. litliarge reduced 

ro 1' a.l. 
'S r t f rf; h c r b , m. finery , furnace 

§r i f c& f nc d? t, m. rciiijcr's assistant 

(lilHU). 

Anfd)Una, m. young wild boar. 
S r i fifa Mi e l f, a J/.' civilis fresh milk. 

ireshrniiKing. 
5rtfc(;pfanne, /. iron kettle (for 

to pait silver from copper). 



278 %xh 

%x ifc^fc^Cacfe, f. dross, reertfment 

(of ne>v meltecl ore). 
5 r t f ej^ fl ü cf , n. oreetke (of blick 

copper and leadj. 
S ** 1 1 4 u n 9 , /. refreihing ; new- 

riflingj purging. 
J r t f d) 5 a cf e n , 771. long thick iron« 

?late in the hearth of 4 melting 
urnace. 

grtfeur, m. = £ wfrJuWer 7 liair- 

dres8er , barber. 

J r t f i r e n , v. r. n. = fraufetn , auf» 
trafen -, jpaare, to dress die hair, 

to curl, crisp; iueft, to nap cioth; 

jtteibungetlutfe , Solange , mit 
&anb, ^piQen u« f. f., to dress. 

trinri. 

rifirfamm, m, friizling (drei* 



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rifotettoanb/ n. silkferreting, 
r i jl , J. respite , pause , internal« 
reprieve, delay; ein* aefeftte 8"(i 
jur tyeiapluny , a set (legal) term ; 
einem <jfrtfr qebtn, co allow one a 
tenn; mne;^alb fotefter grtfl, with- 

in üiat compass of time ; t|t 3a&# 
re^ Srif^/ in the space of a year; 
JU biefer ^rifl, now, at präsent; 

ju jeber Ä r *^/ at ©v« r y time. 

r i fl e n 1 v. r. a. to fix a term ; Auf» 
fd;ub geben, to put off, delay; et* 
nem bat £e&en, to prolong (in* 

dulge) one's lif e ; fo mir ©Ott Orf 

(eben friftet, if God sparet my 

life. 

r t ft U n Q,. /. fixing the term ; pnt. 

ting off , delaying • prolonging 

one 's life. 
g r t f u r, /. curling ; trimming, färbe* 

low. 
Sritboforer, m. gimlet, 
grttte, f. firit mixtnre of the ne- 

ccssary lneredients or materials for 

making of glase. 

grob/ adj. glad, rejoieed ; i<$ bttt 
reo)t frob bar'tber,I am very glad 
of it; frobe ©efpräcbc, joyful di»- 
couise» ; ein froher ©ommerabenb, 

a liaj>pv summ ereveni 11g; fiit(t @(t« 

d)e freb »erben, to enjoy. 

J r 6 b 1 1 d) , adj. glad , jovial , airy f 
merry, fiolick, biitüsome, sprigut- 
ly, che er tul, pletsant, gay. joyous, 
joeund, festivous, goodhumour* 

cd ; frö$(icb unb guter (Dinge fet?n, 

to be merry, to be of good cheer; 
fröb^d; machen , to glad , gladdsn, 
makc merry, to cheer up; fterbcn, 
to pluck up a good heart, to be 
put in a good humour:- -^ cJr, 

f-ladly, jovially, airily, blithsome- 
y, spiightly, chearfutly t pleasant- 
ly, gaylv» joyously, jocundly, joy- 
fuliy/festivously. 

grobltc^fett, /. gayetj« blith* 
somencss , gladness ^ sprightliness» 



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IttitfTett/ to iiiffer (endure) great 
frost; groft im Riebet, fe^eTshiver- 
ing, ^uaking; vom groflte befcbä* 

bigt, /rostbitten, 
gruft beute, /. chilblain, whitlow. 
g r ü f; e l n , i>. r. n. to be susceptible 

u! .. >Ld, tj shiver. 
g r o |'r i $ / «<//. frosty , cliiliy ♦ cold : 

— ««ir. frostily; ein froftiger 9Henf(b, 
a chillv body; ein froffiger ©tut, 

a frigid (cold, Hat) style. 

r 6 (Hing,) "*• cliüly body. 

r o?V iv e 1 1 e r , n. frosiy weither. 

r ottiren, v. r. a. =. reiben, to 

rub 
grottir bürfre, /. fleslibruih. 
$ruo)t, / jmit; ©etretbe, com, 

crop; Obfr, fruit; allcrbanb Aritcbtc 

unter cinanber , inmage; reibet 

fruebt; fruit, offspring; bie gruebt 

fetner l'enben, the isttie of bis own 
oins; #rud)t bringen, to imerity, 
bear ( bring fort!] / fruits; ^rüd)te 
ein fam mein , to gather frnits ; er 
jieijt fci.ie ^röcbte baton, he gathers 
no fruit from it. it yields hini.no 

profi; ; bat finb bte grüßte be< Un- 

ge^ev|am^ , tbese arc the fruit* 

(produets, effecti) of disobedience. 
gruebtafi, m. iruitbearer , fruit- 

bearing branch. , 

grueb tauge, n. first bud , gern , 

germ in. . 

gruebt balg, m. follicle. 
gruebtbar, a dj. fruetuous , fruit- 

ful, fortile. fecund, teeming, plen* 

tiful; ein fruebtbare* %abv, a plen- 

tiful year; macben, to friictify, fer- 
tilize ; fepn , to be fertile , fruit- 
ful : — adv. fruitfully , fertily, 
plentifiilly. 

gruebtbarfeit, f. fruetuosity, 
fruitfulness , f ru gifer ousne 88, fer- 
tility, plcnty. 

Srucb'tb au 111, m. fruit tree. 

grucbtbefpältntfi, ». f, grut$U 
baiQ. 

grurfjtboben, m. für «Obfr, fruitery; 

f. ©Ctretbe, granary, cornloft; ber 
iBtuitten, bottom of Aowers. 

grua>tbringenb, adj. frit^iferons, 
fructiftfri»us : — adv. frugiferously, 
fruetiforously. 

g* r U <i) t e n , v. r. n. to gi ve (yield, 
rexider, afford) fruit, to benefit, 
to prosper; et fruchtet ni»t)t, it 
doet no good , no pro fit dorives 
fn<Tii it. 

grudjtgenjinbe, «. f. grucfctfcbnur. 

ftrucbtgotttn, f. Pomona; Ceres. 

g r it d) t q i\ Ite, f. duty (service, rent) 
given in com. 

gru<bt$anbe(, m. fruit trade, corn- 
irade. 

grud?tr)au£, iu cornmagazine, gra- 
nary. 



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grucbt&Sutdjen, n. rmftige, cho- 

roides. 
grudjt^orn, n. hörn of plenty, 
/ enrnueopiae. 
grud) tljülfe, /. husk 9 shell of 

grains 
grud)tfnofpe, /. gern t bud» bi^ 

t.tn. 
g r u d; t f n o t e , m. germe , thoot, 

b'.rgeon. 
grucljfforb, m. fruitbasket. 
^rucbtfom, n. grain, seed. 
Jrudjtlo^, adj. fruitless: — «&. 

fruitle^s^ , iu vain. 
Srudjtlofigfeit,/. fruitlestne». 

r U d)tm cf fer, n. fruitknife. 

r u d) t m u § , n. stewed fruit. 
n r u d) t f d) u u r , /. fettoon. 
g r u d) t f (b r u m p f / m. waste (dimi- 

nutinn, lessening, abatoment, loii) 

of com kopt long timc in maga* 

zines. 
g r u <b t f P e r r e, /. »toppage of com- 

exportation. 
g r u et) t fr e t n, m. petrified ffnit, cir* 

poluhe. 
Jrucbtftucf, n. picture of fruit»* 
grudJtteUer, m. fruitplate. 
gruebttbeurung, f. dearth (»car- 

city) of com. 
grud) ttt? o Ue, /. down, feather. 
gruebtsange,/. fruittong;a. 
gruebtain^, m. f. gru<bt£u(te. 

grub/ «< l J- U. adv. earl} ; fr Üb ttor« 
<)cn^/ early in the morning; auf» 
jteben, to rite early, betimes ; pOUl 
frühen borgen bii, frorr» the rery 
moruing to ; frü^ ober fp&t, soon 
or late ; 9 c (lern früb , yesterday 
morning; tftutt früb/ thia morn- 
ing; morgen früb, to morrow morn- 
ing; früb ^>or Xage, early before 
daybreak; ein grU^Ulf/ an early 
riser; früber, earlier; am frühen, 
earliest; ein früher £ob, a prema- 
ture death. 

g r ü b <* p f e l , m. summerapple, hM^ 

i«g- 
grüp arbeit,/, momingwork. 

grübbett, n. hotbed. 

grübbtrn, /. summerpear. 

Ä r ü b c / /• early in the morning. 

rüberbfen, p/«r. haatings. 

rüpgebet, n. morning prayer. 

rüpgeburt, /. untimely birth, 

abortive, 
grubgerfle,/. forward barley. 



% x ü b b c d) t , i». forward pike. 

grüpjabr, n. spring. 

g r Ü b f l U g , *&h forward , prema« 

turely wise, of forward wie 
grübfpft,/. breakfaat. 
grub tili 9, m. anring; an untimelj 

cliild, a child Dorn too soon; itn 

grübting bei iebtni , in the prf»u< 
of lifo ; ben grü^i»9 betreffenb, 
vemal. 



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3. 
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jurt* taift , 

bbl*b u/ ■ furje PI lur 

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inüllirdlril, n. io«hiitlBg, tu« 

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3 11 AI r Oll!, „, «urtil tultiar, i 

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mitfTett / to snffer (endure) great 
frosc ; Jroft im giebcr, feverslnver- 
ing, ^uaking; t?om große beföä* 
bigt,' /rostbitten. 

gru fr beule, f. cliilblain , whitlow. 

%ti>\;t In, v. r. n. to be susceptible 
u: ■ >icl, tj s hiver. 

8 r o fr i q / «<(/. frosty . chilly , cold : 
— «ii «"•. frostily; ein froftiger ÖRcnfd), 
a chillv body; ein frefliger ©tpl, 

a frigid (cold, flat) style. 

.■JSjlIing,) "'• clxiüy body. 
r e ii ■ it e 1 1 e r , n. frosiy weather. 
rottiren, v. r. a. =. reiben, to 

rnb 

grottirbürfre,/. fleshbruili. 

ftruebt, / iruit; ©etretfce, com, 
crop; Obftt fruit; aUcrfyanb Ärücbte 
unter cinanber , huiu^e; xeibtis 

frucfyt, fruit, nffirpring; bie Jrucbt 

(einer I'enben, the issuo ol bis own 
oins; fit\id)t bringen, to irucfiry, 

bear ( brivg fort«], iriiiti; grüä)t€ 
einfainnteln , to gather fruits; er 
Ste^t fnV.e ^röcfjte baton, he gathers 

no fruit from it. it yielda bim.no 

profi; ; bat ftnb bie grütfcte be< Un- 

getyor(am6 , tbese arc the fruit* 

(producis, effecti) of disobedience. 

g r u rb t a fr , m. iruitbearer , fruit- 

beding brauch. k 

grudjtauge, n. first bud , gern , 

germ in. . 

grucbtbatg, m. follicle. 

gruebtbar, adj. fmctuous , frnit- 

ful, fortile. fecund, teeming, plen- 

tiful; ein fruchtbare* %abv, a plen- 

tiful year; machen, to fruetify, fer- 
tilize; fei;n , to be fertilo, fruit- 
inl : — adv. fruitfully , fertily, 
plentifully. 

Jfrucbtbarfeit,/. fruetuosity , 

fruitfulness, frugiferousness , fer- 
tility, plenty. 
g r U cb't 6 Q U m / m. fruittree. 

grucfrt&e&ä ttntü, ». f. grua)t« 
balg. 

Jfrurfjtboben, m. für «Obfr, fruitery; 
f. ©Ctreibf/ granary , comloft; ber 
*5(umen, bottom of flowers. 

gruc^tbringenb, adj. frngiferona, 
fructiferoiis : — adv. frtigifcrously, 
fructiforously. 

Jrucf)ten, v. r. n. to giv© (yield, 
render, aftbrd) fruit, to benefit, 
to prosper; et fruchtet m<f>t, it 
does no good , no pro fit dorives 

fri'TW it. 

grudjtgcnnnbc, n. f. Jrucfctfcbnur. 
ftruentgöttin, /. Pomona ; Ceres, 
g r u <b t g i\ 1 1 e, f. duty (servicc, rent) 
given in cor n. 

grud)t|)anbe(, m. fruit trade, corn- 
trade. 

gtucfyttyauj, ?u cornmagazine» gra- 
nary. 



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Jrucrpt^Sutdjen, n. fm 9fage, cho- 

roides. 
Jrud)tr)om, n. hörn of plenty» 
/ cornueopiae. 
Jrud)t^ülfe, /. busk, shell of 

gr.diis 
Jrunptfnüfpe, /. gem t bud» but* 

ton. 
grud;tfnote, m. germe, shoot» 

b»irgeon. 
grucOtforb, m. fruitbasket. 
^rucbtfom, n. grain, seed. 
J r u (t t ( i , adj. fruitless : — adw. 

fruitlc5s\ , in vain. 
J r u d) 1 1 o f i g f e 1 1 , /. fruitlessneu. 
/j r ucfttmefi'er, n. fruitknife. 
g r u d) t\n u § , n. stewed fruit. 
S r u d) t f d) tt u r , /. festoon. 
g r u er) t f d) r u m p f , m. waste (dum- 

nulicn, lessening, abaiement, loii) 

of com kopt long timc in maga- 

zines 
g r u <b t f P e r r e, /. »toppage of cor» 

exportation. 
S r u cb t fr e i n ; m. petrified fruit, ctr- 

poliihe. 
5rud)tftücf, n. picture of fruit», 
«ruebttetter, m. fmitplate, 
Jrucbttbeurung, /. deartb (scir- 

city) of com. 
? r u cb t ro o Ue, /. down , feather. 
gruebtaange,/. fmittonga. 
grurbtatn^, m. f. Jrucbtc^utte* 

grub/ adj. U. adv. early ; fril$ Sit* 
qcn^, early in the morning; tt«f» 
lieben/ to rise early, betimes ; plM 
fruben borgen bi* / from tke raj 

morning to ; frilty ober fp&t, iOW 
or lato; geflern frü^ , yetterty 
morning; (eute fril^, this morn- 
ing; morgen fr üb, to morrow morn- 
ing ; fi Üb Vor Xaqe , early btfort 
daybreak; ein JrU^auf, an eirlr 
riser; früher, earlier; am frÜJffhaV 
earliest ; ein früher Kob , a prcini- 
ture death. 
grürjapfel, m. summerapple, aal^ 

i"g- 
J5 r ü arbeit,/, morningwork. 

^rübbett, n. hotbed. 

5rub^i rn //- summerpear. 

$ V it t) C , /". early in the morning. 

rüberbfen, plur. haatings. 

rüpgebet, n. morning prayer. 

rübgeburt, /. unümely birtbf 

abortive. 
Srubgcrfle,/. forward barley. 
^rübi)cd)t, m - forward pike. 
^rüo jabt, n. ipring. 
J r ü b f i " 9 / «^;- forward , ^rena* 

turely wise, of forward wie 
Rrübfoft,/. breakfaat. 
g r ü b 1 i ii g , m. spring ; an nntinifly 

child, a child Dorn too toon» i* 

Trübung bei Heben!, in the primt 
of iife '; ben Jrü&ling Mrnf^i 

vernal. 



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S«*ltor«, /. ibitldnkc, fcot- 
Kiigliilaik. 

gVQUtM. 
3u*ibt*t. in. fmfiih. 

Su*(tc S'lti B, b. hatlrrfU 

^ 11 *( 1 .. . ü.ibani- 

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3u$<l rfÜefi, «. f.ixbtitii>£, tau- 

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juAftotl;, n, *nrrcl toloai, r*J 

0uifelf<f)>rani, n>. foguil, t>r«»b. 

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fi, /. [«n-niitg, 
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goA<f*ira (i t f Jijt , /■ nilii»w, 

o*«ti Jute, /. rwtgwp* 

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tttit, mortise; ot;i ^aßbobrtl, croe; 
in ber SRuflf, fugue; ber j^irnfojale, 

seam, suture of the skull or brain- 

pan; aut ben Jugcn bringen, to 

put out of Joint, throw about, 
im hinge. 

?U g C ^ n f , /. joiningbench. 
Üg en, t>. r. a. to join, unite, put 
together; ^inju fügen, to add; 
©Ott fügt e$ fo, God disposes thus : 
— v. r. Tz. to suit, to be auitable 
(proper); to aecomroodate one's 
•elf, to reconcile one's seif; to 
come to pass , to happen , to 
chance; to be take one's seif; to 
yield, to coroply with, to favour; 

$d) in ctroa* fugen, to comply, ac- 

commodate one's seif, act aecord- 
ing to time or % circumstnnces ; in 

bte 9*ot&wenbigfejt, to snbmit to 

necessity : flcfc fügen/ to chance; 
: ti fügte flc$/ ( it came to pass, it 
happened; einem fügen , to yield, 
to humour; fid) fügen , föirfen , to 
agree , be convenient, to be fit, 
tpt ; au »iffen fügen ; to send word, 
make known. 

Fügewort/ n. conjunetion. 

Su g b & e (, in. jointcr, grooveplane.. 

J Ü g i i d) f adj. joining , convenient, 
fit , easy , suitable , meet , proper, 
at>t, seasonable; ei (&gt flu) nid)t 
fUQlld) tijun , it cannot well bc 

done; id) toeii nidjt, tote tu) ei füg« 
li<t> termetben teilt, I see no easy 
way how to avoid it : — adv. con- 
venientiy, easily, suitably, meet- 
ly, aptly, seasonably; er fontt füg« 
Ud) boüon (eben/ it maintain» him 
comfortably. / 

JÜgltttyfeit, /. conveniency, easi- 
ness, opportunity, aptness, fitness, 
congruity. 

J U g l t i adj. incompetent , unsuit- 
able , improper ; un just , wrong- 
ful, unreasonable , iniquitable. 

S Ü g f a m , adj. complying, obse- 
quious, complaisant, pliaut , suit- 
able. 

gügung, /. joining; JJufammenfiu 
gung , construetion ; Sottet gü« 
gung , God's providence , direc- 
tion, disposition , dispensation ; 

be$ ©c&icffaW, be« ©(ütf«, fate, 
contingence , case , juneture , acci- 
dent. 

J Ü $ l 6 a r / adj, sensible , tender ; ro 
be pereeived, pcrceptible, tactile. 

gü$l6arteit,/. sensibility; tacti- 
leness. 

gül)(en, v. r. a. to feel; to be sen- 
sible of, pereeive; auf ben $a\)t\ 
fügten, to feel one's pulse, to 
sound, to pump; fid) fügten, to 
be sensible or conscious of one's 
own superiority; et ift \X>eid), fanft 
an&ufü^ltn, it feels soft, limber. 



IftWi™ 11 ' m, \fceler, antennt. 

$üb(fraut, n. mimost , acacia. 
ßiltylloif adj. insensible, sensqlest, 

apathiu. 
ftü^llpfigf eit, f. intensibility, 

senselessness, apathy. 
SÜblfpi^e, /. feeler. 

dünnen, eine 3nfef, Funen. 

%UqV, ftufytCJ. carrying, carriage, 
carting ; ftu^rwerf, carriage» cart; 
bte Vöft/ carriage, conveyauce, load f 
loading; SuÖrlo^n, portage, car- 
riage, fare; ftuber, cartload, v^rag- 
^onload. 

J {. 1} r & a n &/ n. ieading string, leader. 

Sü^rbar/ adj. to bo led, portable 
manngeable. 

SÜ^rcn, v. r. ct. to carry ; to lead ; 
to guide , conduet ; to Bring ; to 
form or build in a certain direc- 
tion; to manage; to wield; to 
wear, to bear; to liave, to con- 
tain , to liold ; to carry on ; to 
pass; to use, to make use of ; ©Ü» 
ter üuf ber %dfiz, to carry (bring, 
couvey) goods by laiydcarriage ; Olli 

bem fianbe, to exp'ort; inJT £anb/ 
to ; .mporr; einen führen /f to lead, 

guide, conduet, carry; einen (in* 

ter bat Ci$t führen, to lead one 

about, amuse Jiim, keep him at 
* a bay; eine &)Qd)e, to direct, ma- 
nage , carry a business ; einen <}U* 
ten ©anbei/ to lead a good life; 
$roce§ ; to be at law, to wage 
law, to plead; Älage führen, to 

cor.-<plain; bte Jeber, to draw tili 
pen; Staat, to cut a fignre; ti» 
nen £if(^/ to keep a table; eine 
^ame, to lead, usher; Ärieg , to 
wage War; bat {Regiment, to go-» 

vern, rule, to sie at the heim; i<b 

»ei§, teat er im 64Ube fü^rt, I 

know bis tricks, what he designs, 
goes about; im SBapen, to bear in 
tho coat of arms; im 9Runbe, to 
tpeak (talk) of; &U ©emüt^e, to 
impress, to instxl, to infus©; Uidft 
mit jlc& au führen, poruble, easy 
to be carried about. 

Jüfyrer, m. conduetor, guide, lead- 
er, director, governor; ZXXiH S)tttt 9 
headrnan; einer SXotte, fileleader» 
an 9)Jaf(feincn, conduetor, 

S ü & r e r i n , /. conduetress. 

AU^rfrobne,/. cartaveTage, 

#ubrgerat&, n. cayft bageage. 

S Ü 9 r i g , adj. what may De led, 
ductile , portable. 

Su^rfnec$t, m. carrier^s (carter's) 
man. 

Su^rfo^n, n. eine ^erfpn, fare t 

passage; ® oaren, freight , carriage» 
portage. 
Su^rmann, m. carricr, cartman« 
Carter, driver, waggoner. 



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ill*B}»(in, m- rvll'i lootb. 

■ il'iilUU.-T-. fallet, 

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Jlltaf, n. coaliDaeiura, 
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n. cpvt'« luii, 
tjlfl II, m. munol . 

m of plcni 

II, fitur. tinihriiiocdi. 

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iilft, n. foititJUii* 
tjuiitjetftj 

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Sunfi.bn, fifteen. 
gunfjebnerf, n. giundecagon. 

S^nriel) litt, m. fifieen. 
SUnfäebnte, n. fifteenth. 
gunf jig, iifiy. 
§untjiger, m.fifty, cincater; fünf» 

jidiabng, filty yeari old. 
gunfttgfre, n«j. fiftieth. 
* u n f e , m. f. gunfen. 

gUnftlrt, i>. r. n. 10 tparkle, glitter, 

pÜiuniir, glitter. (Line. 
gunfetll, n. sparkling, gliuering, 



8 ""w t. 
Junten 



:«d of 
did it of 



adj. spick and tpan 
v. brandnew, all m-w. 
apark, iparkle . flake ; 

alf*f gluintirnber gun« 

(eil, gliinptp, (ilinimor ann-ng the 
imbcra; ouS glübenbfin Cifcn fnb. 
ren Äunfen bcrau* , sparklea of fire 
darf forth. bunt oot of redhol 
iron; gunfcn eon (in) geben, to 

aparklo, «park, ernit sparks. 

Junten, u. r. n. to «park, tparkle. 

JÜV, p'aep. for, iultead of; für UtlO 
für, for ever and ever, ever »nd 
anon; für jtmanben betab(en, to 
pay for tomebody; '-Sürge icerben, 
10 bail forj ein 23 ort für Gaf anötre 
frfjen, to put » word i 
modier; ein für allemal, 
■11t er tbat el für ff* , he 
lij« own aecord ; i<b fpeife irötbent» 
liifj für feifii Sbaler, I bnnrd «ix 
dollar« a week ; für einen Pfennig, 
■ pennywortli; für ©elb frf) reiben, 
to write for money; in) ^o6e bt\)i\ 

Xbatrr Dafür gegeben , I h>ve paid 
'teil dollar* for it; bat balte t* für 
(in gitfeö geidjen , I take i t for a 
cc-nd »ign; itfa balte H für meine 
*JJfiid)t, I take it to be my duty; 
tt für roabr b arten, to think it trae ; 
idj balt(ibn für weife, I take(think) 
htm t wisu man; Kai für einSKarm 
ift bat ? what man ii he ? Mai finb 
baiS für ©atbeti? what (hingt are 
these? @nrg(nfürbie£iufunft, care* 

for liine to conie ; ÜUS Hieb« für 
bidj, out of love for you; iifc itt> 
tere für bid), I tremble for you; 
ein ®cfrfjenf für feine Jreunte, a 
pretent for liii friendt ; lai behalte 
idj für lliid) , tliat I krep wirh mi; 
behalten Sie 3i)r i'atein für tfd), 

keep your Latin to youraelf; er 

bat einige« Vermögen für ftb, he 
Las a little property of hip own ; 
tat ift (ine Tarnung für utidj, that 
it i warning for me; für bat £)<!• 
ttrlanb firmen, to fight for one'i 
own couuiiy; für ttteat forgen , ic 
take ctre of aomeihing; für einen 
fprrdjen, to plesd ono't cause; er 
will ntebt beurat^en, fonbern für fld) 



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bleiben, he -will not marry, but 
Continus tingle; Srjenei für bat 
gieber, pbvnck flgainat the fever, 
ague; idj faäbe feine @ebettnnif[e für 
bld) , I Iure no teeret* for you ; 
er, für feine $erfon, be, for hii 
perton; für mitb gefteb' id> gern, 
at for me, I freely eonfet*; für 
jef}t, for the pretent ; für biefjmal, 
for thii time; für beute bin idj ge« 
fättigt, to day I am tatiified ; für 
leben ffaU, in cate of aeeidem; für 
bat (T|t( , )n>eite U. f. f. , for the 
Jim, firai.lv, for the locond, afc- 
condly; für* erfle, for ttio pretent; 
Sag für Sag, day by day; ©cfjfitt 
für ©ebrttt, ttepbyatep; für unb 
iDibrr, proandeon, forandagatntt ; 
idj effe tt für mein Mtn gern, I lik« 
it for my life ; rr buiS für feinen 
Sepf grtban , he ha* done it of hia 

gürbag, ndv. forward, f'imher, 
bereafter. 

Ürbilb, n. f. 5Por6ilb, 
Ür bitte, /. intercettion; (ine ^ür» 
bitte (inlfijen, to intercede; offent» 
lid)e ^ürbittc, publick prayer; für 
abgfftyifbent ©eelen, publiok prayer 
by the beadroll. 

fürbitter, m. intereestor, interce- 
mediatoi. 

Jur*e, /. furrow; %vx^m \it%m, 
to maka furrowt ; furdjenNXlfe, fur. 



Inkle 

Seit, 
rinkle. 



furrow«; Stungd, 
furrow. 

furrow; to 



gurifienircife, adv. by furrow*, 

gurojgtnofi, n. furrowneighbonr. 

g U r d) t, f. fear, apprehention. dread, 
terror, tright, awe ; in gurdjt fepn, 
to dread, to be afraid; mit Surfflt 
an etwa» brnfen, to ipprebend; in 
gltrdjt fttjttt, to fright, m»ke ant 
afraid, terrify, nut In fear; Surdjt 
einjagen, to «trihe with awe, in- 
flict with terror; einen infturdjt et» 
hatten , to keep oue in awe. 

gurrt) t bar, adj. farmidable, terri- 
ble, dreadful: — a dv. formjdably, 
terribly , dreadfully, 

Surdjtbarftlt, /. formidablenet*. 
terribleneta, dreadfulne«». 

5 ii r (fe t C n, v.r.a. to fear, be afraid, 
dread; Sott fürtbttn, to fearGod; 
fidj cor einem, cttoaC fbrdjten, to 
ttind in awe, to fear of lomebodyt 



fürchten, niajt jweifeln, 



red; nidjt 
bai, to 



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blo, awful, rrightful, gaitly ; — 



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t! fi 6 o t e / m. footmessenger. 

U g 6 r e 1 1 , n. footboard , foothold. 
|ugbce?e, /. carpet. 
ijuftbtenfr, m. Service on foot. 
g U fi e t f e n , n. fetters ; trap. 
$ugen, i». r. 7*. to set foot; auf et* 

H)a$/ to depend (rely) on, lipon. 

to be sure of ; man fann barauf 

t\id)t fugett, it cannot be relied on. 
g U g f a l (, m. laying one]s seif at an 

other's feet , prostration ; einen 

gugfaU t^MI, to prostrate one's 

seif. 
gugfaUtg, adj. prostrate, suppli- 

ant. 
guggänger, m. footman , walke r, 

passenger. 

gltggeftmfe, basis, socle. 

g U g g e jt e U , n. footsiall , pedestal, 

basis. 
g u § 9 t d) t , /. gout in the feet , po- 

dagra. 

gufijpabcr, m. footclout, shoeolout. 
g ü g t g , a<y. footed ; fcterfügtg, four- 

footod. 
gugfnedjt, m. footsoldier; forest- 

er's. man. 
gugfug, m. footkissing. 

gugfuffer, guglecfer, m. foot- 

licker. 
g ü g i i n g, m. footpart of a stocking, 

stock. 

U§ma§, n. footzneasure. 

U 6 p f a , m. footpath , footway. 

ugpunet; m. nadir. 

u6fcf)ämci/ m. footstool. 

ugfoefe, /. sock. 

ugfo()le, /. sole of the foot. 

U g f p U r , f. track , trace. 

ugfiapfe, m. track, footstep ; ttt 

3emanb« gugftapfen treten, to walk 

in one's Steps. 

fugfteig, ro. footpath, byway. 
ugftotf, m. = ßueerftola auf beut 
©oben eine* 35oot$, wogegen bteSKu* 
berer t&rc gü§e (lammen, stretcher. 

gugftranb, m. Hat low and Sandy 
shore. 

fu § flr t cf / m, snare for the feet. 
u|teppt(^, m. footearpet. 

g u § t r t 1 1, m. kick ; gugflapfe, track, 

footstep. 
gugttott, n. foot, men of foot, 

footmen, footsoldiers , infantry. 

gugwanne,/. foottub. 
gugroärmcr, m. footstove. 
gu6tt>a fit***, n. feetwasliing. 
gugtvert, n. cover of the leg and 

foot; feet. 
gufitaurael, /. tarsus. 
gugjefce,/. toe. # 

fU ft age, /• casXs ; f Leute, gangeasks. 
u f te < /• 3 a 9&Wifff foist, small ves- 
sel with sail and oars navigated in 
the mediterrancan. 
g U ft e l , m. venice shumac. 






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utter, 7i. gutterat, = 95c$artm§, 
case ; an einem Äletbe, lining ; üon 
$?($, für, furrinjg. 
utter, n. für fcljure, fodder, food, 
provender; für tyferbe, horsemeat, 

Torage; in einem gutfer retten, to 

ridc without baiting by the way. 

utteral, «. = SBe&altitig, liebet» 

$ug, case, covering, siieath. 
utter a If^ere, J. sheathscistars. 
utteramt, n. forage office. 
utter6anf, /. strawehopping 

bench. 

Utterbtecft, n. Single plate. 

u 1 t e r b o i) n e, /. groge, horsebean ; 

t(etne, pigeonbean. 

utterer, m. fodderer, feeder. 

utterer6fe, /. hogpea. 

utterljafer, m. feodoats. 

Utterbemb, n. underwaistcoat. 

[utterfaflen, m. oatchest. 
[utterf (tn(|e, /. chopping knife. 
'UtterUinbanb, /. ünen for 

liniug. 

! Ö 1 1 e r tt, v. r. a. to line ; ItttC 9^1/ 
to fnr. 

Ü 1 1 e r n, v. r. «. to feed ; — v. r, a. 
to foed , fodder. 
Uttcrne$, n. feeding net. 
u 1 1 c r f a cf , m. fodderbae. 
utterf$netber, m. fodderchop- 
per. 

u 1 1 e r f d) \v i n g e , /. fan , yan. 
ttttertafft, m. sarcenet. 
Utter tu 4/ 72. cJoth for lining. 
Ütterung, /. lining, furring; 
feeding, foddering; g Utter, forage; 
gouvagirmig , forase , foraging ; 
auf gutterung au^ge^en, fouragiren, 

to forage. 

u 1 1 e r %v a n n e, /. van , fan. 

Utterjeu^, n. lining st uff. 



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@a6e, /. ©efäenf, gift, donatire, 
donation; ber bte %?a6e empfingt, 

donee; 9^aturgc^e, gift, endow- 
ment, parts . latent; bte @ttbe iU 

reben, gift of die gab; uortreffwye 
@a6en/ excellent parts; er tyat eine 
befördere @a6e ba^ü, he has a par* 
ticular knack thnt way ; Ijätt' i<b 

bte <$a6e be^ &$ilbevn$, H I lud 

any talent at descTiption ; er tfl et» 

f^ann uon gvo§en <3übcn, heisa 

rare man, a man o^ great giftt, 
natural parts; bte 9^0 tur (jat t^ö 

mit herrufen ©oben au^gertiflet/ 
it)m fdjonc ©aben cerlie^en, the nature 
has emiowed him with (bestowed" 
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©algenpfeiler, m. eibbetpillar. 
©algenrefel, m. roller. 



m. eallow's 
bira, gal- 
lowclapper, 
hempen ro- 



©a Igenfdje Im, 
@a Igenfrätoenget/ 
©algenfrrttf/ 
©a Igenpoget/ 

gue, gallow, 'Newgite bird. 
©algenjug, m. haiiging feature. 

©altmaua*/ m. = unter finnige* 

©etpäfo) / gailima'tia , nonsense, 
unmeaning words. 

©alion, r. @altote, /. f. ©aUion y 

©alliote. 
© atta, /. = $)ofpva$t, show, luitre, 

splendor, ponrp , State. 
© a 1 1 Q t a g, m. lestival day at court, 

birthday» 
©frllapfel, m. gallnut, gall, oak- 

apple. 

©alle, /. bte ge(6e, gall, bile, cho- 

lcr; fdw>ar a e ©alle, black choler; 

ber @(^toana be$ SXot&wilbpret*, 
singlc; Vertiefung bura) unreinen 
©u& in einer tfanone, honeycomb; 
er \)at eine ©alle auf mic£/ he has a 

spitc against me. 

©allen, v. r. «. einen Jifcfj, to take 

tbe gall out of a fish; to prepare 
with gallnutt; to make water. 
©allen/ v. r. n, to so und, echo, 
resound. 

©aUenaber,/. cyttic vein. 
©atUn6itter ; aäj. as bitter ai 

gall. 
© U C n 6 ( a f e , /. gallbladder. 

©allen fieber, ». bilious fever. 

©aliengang, m. biliary duet. 
©allenge f& 6/ r. biliary vetsel. 

©allenf ranf fyeit, f. bilioui dis- 

ease. 
©allenfraut/ n. hedgehyssop. 

©allen fom in er, m. gotsamer. 

©allenftein, m. gallstoiie. 
©aUenfud)t, /. choler, bile; gel« 

he @ucfyt, jaundice. 
© a 11 e n ( II cp t i g, ad)*, atrabilarious ; 

gel6flld)tig, jaundiced; melancholy, 

melancholic. 

©alleote, /. f. ©aleote* 

© a 1 1 e r i e , /. = 3^ r g a «g / gallery ; 

in ber £ira)e, lobby. 
© a U e r t e , /. gelly , jelly. 
©aUglaS/ n. biill't eye glast. 

©allten, ein Sanb ; Gaul. 

©a liier, »i. Gaul, Gallican. 

©all igt «<//. biliarv, choleric, me- 
lancholic ; auf einen fepn, to bo in- 
censed against one. 

©oUion, n, ©orbert&eif an grofien 

l£d)\ffttl f beakhead, prow of a 

shjp. 

©all! One//, gallion, galeon. 
©alliote,/. galliot, galiot. 
© a 1 1 1 fd) , «J/. Gaulish , Gallican. 

©allof*e, ©allufo)e,/. = Ue* 
berfefrufy/ galoih, uppershoe; sort 
of wooden shot. 



288 ©an 

©aUfucfct, gallfüc^tig, f. 

lenfurfjt, gallenfücfctig. 
©atmet/ in. brais ore , cadmia 

lamine. 
© a 1 o n e , /. galloon. 
© a l o p p , m. = äaßfauf ; (EiHai 

ne£ Pierfuiigen tyxeret, galh>p 

fur&er, a 's hört gallop, canrer. 

©aloppiren, v. r. n. = $afUa 

to gallop. 

©aloppiren, n. = £afUaufen, 

loping. 

© a ( ß r i g , adj. rank , raneid, n 

rusty. 
© a l P a n t f d) , adj\ galvanic. 

©altanifiren, v. a. r. to g 

m'se. 
©alpant^muf/ m. galvanism, 
tallic electricity. 

damanber/ m. ©amanberl 

it. ^)flanje, germ ander. 

© a m a |' (f) e n , -pl. = Ucberftvm 

spatterdashes. 
©autafc^cn f nop f, m. garte: 
ton. 

©aner6e/ m, = SRiterfce/ 3X 

fl^cr, Joint heir, coheir, cc 
prietor. 
©an erb f(^ oft, /. property 
men to several persons; treai 
Joint heirs; Joint proprietors. 

©ang, m. going, Walking; y 
Step ; progression ; process ; co 
currency, vogu© ; inanner of g 
or Walking, gait; turn, direct 
resort, place of resorr; pass 
gallery , corridor; duet; chai 

froove of a screw; einen &MI 
en So all t^un , to take a 
( walk } round the ramparts 

©ang oringen, fe^en, to set a g< 
on foot; im ©angehalten/ to 
a going; in ©ang fommen, to 
current; einem Sit ©efallen < 
©ang ge^en , to do a job for 
<\ct)t euren ©anq, go your \ 
bie SÄrt unb 5Det[e, tvie man • 
gait ; iä) fenne tpn an feinem ( 
qc, T know him by his ^ait; 
lang famer, a slow pace; etn fti 
(er , a quick (swiftj pace , a { 

round pace; ein majefr&tifd)i 

otüv (majesric) gare; bat ^ 

at einen guten ©ang, this 1 

as a good go, going, pace; 

©ange, in vogue; im ©ange 

to go forward; in tollem ©< 
in füll activitv; Ci ifl nur no< 

furjer ©ang taljin, it is but a i 



pass tlutiier; er äebt ttoc$ fein 
ten ©ange, he follows his 
course« still; einen ©ang tni 
nein wagen, to wage a nght, 
nv tbe cudgels ; bie ©ange 
»rate*, visiii; ber ©ang M. 
bell/ progrest of commerce; 



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tbing; gans wobl, rmtj well; gan) 
gut, vety well, füll well; ganj 
einhalten, to mik« a füll itop ■ galt) 
itberfe&en, üfierMitftn, to havo (take) 
■ füll View of; gan) wobt, very 
rigla ; jiewlidj , (in gang feiner 
fflFenfdj , « pretty fine person ; ganj 
ttioblf pretty well; ganj «£ei*, 
nweh UKe; ganj beranbert, tiio- 
rough changtd; ganj uollfoin men, 
thorongh paeed. Mumm -..■. i ganj 
allmalia), ly slow degteei ; mnf 
e* ganj flu», drink it all np ; id> 
batte e* g«j tetgefffn, I h.id quit« 
lergo« it; et ift ganj nag, it ii 
w:i «ll over; gang unl gar nidjt, 
not it »ll; ganj unb gar nid)«, 
not hing it «ll. nercr * whit; nidjt 
ganj eter&unbert, »on 
thui fourbandred ; fle ivartn ganj 
bttrunfen , tUey wer* altogeihei 
fitddled. 
©änjli*, ad7.B&trig;, tc : iM i w t 
— «du. totallv ■ entirely ; tue gänj' 
Itdje »ejflblunq, ihe total (f»ll, 
absolute) pivmont ; fein gänjlt*« 
Ruin, hi» total (ntter) nndoing 
bie fcinStitfre Sinn« ift ganj. 



lifb gefAlagen, the em ■ ■ nrmy 
it to'.ally (altogelher, entirely. Inf- 
It. utto'rly) Jefoaled; td) Mn gpTIJi 
li* 36?" SÄtinung, I am ■ Learl; 
(entirely, whiilly) of your opi- 
nion; alltrÖing*, bv all meant; 
@it mögen fld) ganjlidj darauf t>er> 
(äffen, yoii niay whoily («btolule- 
ly) rely . depend 011 it. 
dar, adj. U. adv. prepared . ready ; 
•ufliciently dtfetsed ; ■■..■■-■ ,',-.■ 
boiled. roatted, donet Qixrtf teber, 
dres.-ed leader; bdi «fftu ift tu-iti 
ni*t gar, tbe nun i( not yet dono 
•ufliciently i baf ©rot ift riidjt gar, 
tba bread ii not infficicncly baKed; 
id) bin noch nirbt gar mir ihm, I im 
not yet even with bim, I have not 
yet done with liim S *:■: Arbeit ift 
gar, tbe Work it done, fintshed; 
eine tylonfe aar warben V ..,..: . , to 
bend a plank or tnake it pliant hv 
boilineit; ganj fertig, ready; ooll. 
enbtt, hnithedi feijr, fibi ■■ vi ;■■..., . 
»xtremely ; ein gar b errlio>er 'S iffcit, 

Sat fbrürtjer, fluger, brauer 3Rann, 
t it 1 very bonett (tober. brave) 
man; fit fubrt fidi gar tbrbar auf, 
the bchaves berielf Tery modeitly; 
gar H?ob(, verv well; gar Oft, very 
often; gar feiten, roiftlny rarely; 
gar ju \e%x , too mucli ; gar ju me> 
nig, too little; gar ju neugierig, 
■ orercuriom ; fo gar, Mf , in ao 
milch, thati fo gar feiten, so very 
rarely; fo gor tbeuer . ao very 
(miebtily) dear; and) fo aar, even'; 
H ift and? fo gar ftrjanbiia) baeon 



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alt in ten es and pnrpotet, 
dvin^fdead)m«5) «U, f« 
Dtame ift btrbagt, hi. ve> 
(even bis name) it odio 



ju reben, 

tpoak of ii . „ 

mit mir nad) ^aufe. 

alone with me bome, co m 

lodeing, even to n-y lodci] 

reirc gar baib mit ibj> au« (e 
tball t>e qnite nndone , und 
all intents and pnrpotet, 1 

j-j-J/,1..^™.-. -d,f g 

..-, >■ od" 1 " 
nid)t, not at all, by 1 _ . 
gar niajttf, nothing at all, r 
whii; to) babe gar feinen J 
beriwegen, I have never a 
about it; gar niewanb, nob 
all, never a man ; gar feiner, 
a one, none at all, not on 
body ; tt giebt gar feine 3 

iheic it no *uch (hing at I: 

ju Cnb«, völlig, wlully, 

quite and clean, entirely, 1 
tely , parferily , altoeethei 
good and all; ganj unb gar, 
utterly, thronghont ; gar ba 
ry soon ; gar fd)tter ju fügen 
hitrd to teil; gar bod), very 

«ar wenigen nulslirtj, usefui 1 
-w; oiclleidjt gefall! er m 
perbapt I eveo tliall üke bi 
©avaffet, /. common even« 

bannet, 
«arautte, /. = »urgfdjaf 

iväbr, warranty, tecuniy. 
©nrantiren, v. r. a. = bür 

gnarantee. Warrant. 

&araut, n, mmott rnini ein 
©arau« macben, to ui:do one 
intenu and pnrpotet, to rn 
utterly, bring one to tbe 
desmictinn. 

©arbe, /. theaf; im p !ur. th 
in ©arben binben , to theave 
np in theave» j SelbfUmmel 
way . canvey. 

©ärben, v. r. a. to tan, 

drei»; Uttptftftta, to eurry 
©ärbert, n. tanninf. cai 

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©arbenbinber, m. theavetl 
©arbenträQe,/. Toller, 
©arbenfraut, », common n 

yarrow, nosebleed. 
©avtitr, m. tanner. 
©ärberbaum, m. ttunach. 
©arberri, /. tanhoute, tat 

tanning butmett. 
©arberb. of, m. tanyard, u 

©orte,/.- ajtadjt, Eeibiuacbe, 
ju Jni, tbe footgnardi ; ju ( 
the horneguardt. 

©arberobe, /. sjs Jtrriberji 
Slnftetbejintracr, wardrobe ; I 
@djdufpielmi , property. 

©arbarobteir, m. Ss Äleiberl 



n.i. l»,r). 

i rp (für coj» 
r(-(rB, m. heuiJi of ili« rofiu. 

untttt ai » Ticiuilint; 
11. rȣulm of f nre 

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r ( il *< , /. vi<ii.»!itij hoont. 
ordiftiry. 

< uw«J, dri'M«d, IM- 

in. r«So« (nf rmMIA, 
t«.»»H*cifl, /. -nnc,., 

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I 

' rmijgled. imiiircd, 

l; tat Qtm jj(|i[n, 
ihr? tnil». 
nl«ani| m. ^tai boup (of ili« 

■ .titnp. 

■ imIm, rod 
r. m. - t(fi$rn, ia 

,' = S)ffc5, uimminp 
i E-airfn , 



luffa«, 



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aetmalh- 

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n< i)inM, Innl Jr.hnu- 

.. ITpiil *?rttl, »Im n J ii»»I)- 
(liltbi . 

■Im ,' jita in i mttt , 

niiiilv. Fililiilv. iimll v, iiti'-lünnlV, 
. iliMillv, ptuUI) 

csullf, obloitirl i , l«w>I- 

iily, Im* 
ffis-ft ia.f rit, /'. dlniouti nufüiMi, 

. :,;!iiicK. 
Clrtf . /■ f. W«tr. 
(S-lTtin, m. 
(9 ar trnanpfcri m. gardnumral, 

»pinifit. 



Qartm feiern, /. gardHib». 
«ättrntlui-jr, /. S «r.! c nß..w«. 
©o?ttnerbf*< / girdaupr». 

@>Ttircrt)t, /. (TiidrTim'niliL 
W d c ( i'nr'fl t , r. girdMi^ninnd, 

iuM,/. ginJanfmln Sut« 

KiifrüAtc, |imaL 
Bot (»ojltlAn&tr, n. «pili«. 
(Sartcng erlt t> , i. ., 
Äiiriengntiä 6t, ». k«.j«u%vm'*, 

gm™, (jiiiJiiiiiiufl , lieebtji« , pui- 

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©artentyontg, m. gardenhoney. 
©artentyubn, n. hlled or stuffed 

cabbagehead. 
©artenfelle,/. gardentrowel. 
©artenfned)t, m. gardenex's aer- 

vant. 
©artenfreffe//. gardencrestet. 
©artenfunft, /. art of gardening, 

horticulture. 
©artenlaube,/. bower , arbour. 

© arten (eit er , /. gardenladder* 

double ladder. 
©artettluß//. gardenpleature. 
©arten matte, /. gardenmat. 

©artenme ffer, n. prnning knife, 

pruner. 
© a r t e n m ü n $< , /. gardenmint. 
©arten fame, m. gardenteed. 
©artenfcOere//. gardentheart. 
© a r t c n f d) n e (f e , f. gardentnail , 

dewtnail, earthsnail» 
© a r t e rt t$ ft r t , /. gardendoor. 
©arten »alje, /. gardenroller. 
©artensaun, m. gardenhedge, gar- 

denincloaure. 
©artner, m. gardener? fcefl 95od* 

ftuui ©6rtner feien, to tet the tax 

co heep the geeae» to grve a wolf 
the wether to kiep. 
©fcrtnerei, /. gardening» art of 
gardening. 

©Artnerrtgef, /. rtrie for gartren- 

ing. 
© ä r t n e r f & g e , /. gardenaaw. 
©&rtnerfd)ere,/. gardentheart. 
©ä*f<ben, v. r. n. to flower , foam, 

froth , ferment, böil , birbble up. 
©Afcbt, m. yeat, froth. 
©äfo)ttOl>f f m. yeattpot. 
©afe, /.ganze. 
© ä fpe , /T mo handfalt. 
©affatim, arft». getjen, to ramble 

about , run up and down the 

ttTeets. 

©äffe,/, street; fteine. ©olle, Uno, 
alley; S)ani in allen Mafien, Jack 

of all trade» , buty body , dabbler. 

©affenbube, m. blackguard, 
etreetboy. 

©affenbauer, m. ballad, vulgär 

ballad. 

© a f f* n b u r e ; /. ttreetwalker, com- 
mon strumpet. 

©a f fenf e^rer, m. ttreetsweeper, 
duttman. 

©affenfotb, m. dirt in the itreeti. 

©äffen laufen, n. gantlape, gent- 
Jei ; running th-3 rantlope. 

©äffen lieb, n. ballad. 

©affenorbnung,/. statine of the 

ttrects* 
© a ffenr au b, 1». ttreetrobbefy. 
©a ffenr i nne, /. iewer, kennel. 
© äffen f($ er J, m. blackguttdjoke. 

©äffen tretet/ m. lounger, ldler, 
vagabond. 



©affentrol, im blackguardt, mob. 
© a f I e n fc g t, m. beadle of beggart, 
catchpole. 

© k'ftt m. f. ©af«t 

©ftfl, m. guest; customer; ttranger; 
per s on , fellow, wightj id) bin ein 
©aft auf 6rben , I am a uranfcer on 

earth; frerabe©&fte ini C'anb octom» 

men, to tuffer an inrasion by tome 
troops of the enemy; ein ffb lauer 
©afl, a tly ennning blade ; ein lujli* 
g er, a jovial bladc; bei ben @cf)cnf« 
smrtfyen, customer; ein rcid?er ©afr, 
a wealtby mau; &u ©ftfie bitten, to 
invite to dinner or supper; JU ©0* 
fle geben, to go to a teast, to din- 
ner, or aupper; ju ©äffe fepn, to 
be at an entertainment. 

©a|t6ett, n. bed for a atranger. 

©afleret, /. feait, banquet, treat» 
entertainment. 

© a p f r e i / aij\ liotpitable : •*- a&w. 
hospitably. 

© a fr f r e i ^ e 1 1 , /. hoapiulity. 

©aftfireunb, m. guttt. 

©aftgeber 



m. 



master of an ordi- 
innkeeper» ' hoat. 



nary, publican 
ianalord. 

©aft^ebot/ n. feait, banquet» bin« 
qneting; ^eben, to rnake ft featt> 
give a treat. 

©a(^& alter, m. f. ©aftgeber^ 

© (1 b ft u */ "• hotel, inn ; ordinary; 

hospital. 
@a fl$ err f m. matter oi aa ordisu« 

ry ; banqueter. 
©aftb^t, m. hotel, inn. 
© a fr i r e n , v. r. n. to banqaet f to 

entertain ♦ to feast. 
© a jl f am m e r , /. chamber for •• 

atranger. 
© a ft m a r) l , ». banquet» 4 eut, enter* 

tamment. 
©a ftmetfler, m. hott» landlord» 

Hinkeeper; hrother hotpitalex (ht 

convenrt). 
©aflorbnung, /. regulation for 

in 11 Keepers. 
© ft flp r e b i g t , /• tetinon preached 

by a atranger. 
©aflrt(bt, n. law of hosJ)itality. 
©aflrolle-f/. part performed' by • 

trraiiger. 
©aßfrube, /. roöm for güetu> 

strängen ; common roöm. 
©aflung, /. featt, banqtiet % baa- 

qnen hg; horelry. 
©afrungfreebt, n. right of an inn. 
©aftltoirtbr m. matter of an inn, 

innkeeper, hott, landlords matter 

of an ordinary. 
©aftn)1rtbin, /. hostest , mit traft 

of an ordinary» landlady. 
©a fl immer, nu room for guestt, 

strängen. 

©at, n. = £oä)/ hole} $tntmbet( 

tfd &tyffS f hindpmrt of ii 



OHr 



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2*H ©«fr 

QatiMtr, in. pnlni poppttpUjw. 

: i! >:m , :»eriy A"- 

GUu Mcrt f* , oJj. itipflin«: — 
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l[, n. ßnt liowu, pliiinri, 

fi litir. 

. klimc, -Juck- 

r. Jll^n-iti'il | -i;i 

■mil fclloir, 
ftlcliM, mlitlr eltntti pici.- 

.'■i . tun. 
MttMferthf 

ol e*u>ii rc'ji.iii.if iiii- 

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: r j-rnunj; bo«rd. 

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tfrl 



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l, fjrr u. ui-';. ümutrJ, iti»- 

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ß ( ä E , a. indine , 

tv-tbattetit, n- b*trh , 
fti6al3t, n. nju.bblo, qiunvL 
ßftilt, n. umlin of t buui». 



ff ( b il in m ( ( , ». dinaiinc 

. 
Ifi.bittn, r- i. ... (r 
toten, tap. g'S«J. W fc""« (-•ntt, 
tu be-ir 4 clitlJ. »i bo in Ubaur, 
tu ba ia«i'i»e. (m*ftria*ifli , tt 
brad — ct**t' 
, < .hcIl llngtüif, in br^pi 
ii.ucl.ii'I, lurUnitil, t» nnicury. 
(BcUrm, N, briuging fmrtll 

lug, drl' l 

^fbittrin. f. womau in Ubitm 

. 
fit täriiiti t ttr, /. wniub. mittic, 

eW^rjf ii, /. WM -f .Mimt» nee. 
■ builJm S , »dilir.*, !•- 
brlai imaiitii 

©cte, «dj. jiiit] uns grtt, eumot. 
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1 
■-, Uib, liwh«, body; *tl* 

ClJtll , toqiif, 

£<frttfft, b. tontioul yolflogi 



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© e b e ( l e, n. conti nual bajking, bay- 

ing. ' 
©eben, v. i. a. tt« n. (part. pass. ge* 
geben, imp. gab), to give, to pay; 
ein @efd)enf, ti> give a present ; 8U* 
djenföaft, to give aecount; Äa<$* 
riöjt, co send word , to give no- 

tice ; einem feine £e$ter r to bestow 

a daughter upon ; hvitiid) , to ad- 
minister; von fl<^> geben, to show 
forth, to exhibit, to issue, to dis- 

charge ; fein $öort von; fi$ geben, 

' to pais one's word ; feineu willen 

barein geben, to content, to yield 
to;' Bnoern ein gute* Seifpiei, to 

•et a good example before othert ; 
bie Aorten , to deal the cards ; tu 
verfielen geben* to make one im- 

deistand, sensible of; an ben £ag 
geben, to d»xlare , make appear ; 
©elb auf Stadler, to put moncy 
upon usury; nia>t$ worauf geben, 

to make no aecount of a thing; 

man giebt ti auf fein 9Uter, it is 

placed to the aecount of liis years ; 
iu bebenten, to put to one's consi- 
deration; tylut geben, to bleed ; 

@ott qebe! God gram! id) gebe ti 



@eb 



M einen Jingerieig* I mention it 
by way of him; bte @peifen wie* 
ber t>on flcfo geben, ro vomit; einen 
©eruo) t>on fld> geben , to cast , to 

yield a scent, to emit an odor, 
to send forth a smell; toai man 

aei§ t>on ß$ geben, to be of an 

easy delivery ; 3eugni§, to bear 
witness; Jerfen^elÖ, to betake one's 
•elf to one's heels ; flcft b(o§ geben, 
to expose on-. 's own weakness; 
©tt^Ulb geben, to lay tomething to 
one's charge , to father upon ; fld) 

aufrieben geben, to be quiet. to 

compose one's xnind; Jeuer geben, 
to Are , to discharge a gun ; ffoj ge* 

fangen geben , to render one'« seif 
prisoner; ti giebt, there is, there 
are; Wai Qltbti ? what is the mat- 
ter? wai aiebt ti gute* 9ieuet? 

what is the best news ? what news 

have von ? ti wirb fid) fc$on geben, 

it will follow in course ; ber Cifer 
mu§ fl$ geben, the passion must 

relent; ber Jufammenpang giebt ti, 

the connexian shews it. 

©eben, *. giving; ber Aorten, deal. 
©eber, m. giver, donor; eine* fBe$* 
felbriefei, remitter, remittent. 

©eberbe, /. QSeroegung bti itibti, 

gesture; Der ©efltyttftüge, mien; 
tDOtylanfiändige, comely, seemly, 
decent gestures, gooa presence, 
gait, carriage, countenance, beha- 
viour, demeanour, garb; geftttun* 
gene, affected gestures , motions 
*>f the body. 

' b e c b e n , v. r. ree. to assume 
ookt «ad gestures, to gestnre» be- 



have, demean one's seif, to 
feCtfom, to shew postnres; 
to carry one's seif like a : 
or ninny; frÖfy(t<(, to pu 
smiling, a gay countenance 

©eberbenf unft, /.imitatic 

of imitating gestures and 
mimics; bie tomiföe, mimi< 

©eber benfpiel, n. pantom 

©eberbung,/. gesturing, bei 
behavionr, demeaning, carr 
e b e t , n. praying , prayer 

tion ; bat tBeoet bei Qerrr 
Lord's prayer ; ba< Ätrdje 
common prayer; fein ©ebet ' 
ten, to perform one's prayi 

votion; im ©ebete begriffen 

to be at prayers. ^prud)W>. 

9tbtt unb fange 95ratu>ürfre 

prayers , and long meals. 
@ebetbu<$, is. pray erbook. 

©ebettf otm, f. form of pr 

© e b e t t f n. bedding, set of Di 

©ebetteC, n. continual begg 

©ebiet, n. command, 6way, 

rity, governrnent; district, 

tory, dominion • jurisdictic 

St^tfun^, ©erebfamfeit, pr< 

•pkere of poetry, eloouenc 

©eCetyrfamfeit, republick of 
©ebieten, v. 1. «. ro bid 

xnand , charge , order , don 
enjoin; ttt&fitaen, to rule, 
täte; befpotifq), to dorain< 
%*t bier %\x gebieten, he is tl 

ter. he rule« her© ; ©<$W>eigei 

ben gebieten, to impoie sile 

©ebieter, m. Commander, 
governor. roaster. 

©ebiet er in, f. female comn 
governess , mistress. 

©ebieterif^, adj. domin« 
imperious; unumf^r&nft, sot 
absolute : — adv, dominee 
imperiously; fepn, to lord, 
neer, to pUy the maater, 
fect mastexy; reben, to spea 
like. 

©ebtetigen m. Commander 

©ebiCb, n. form, framc, str 
likeness, imaee. 

I&tbilbt, n. (Dred, diaper. 

© e b i n b e , n. skain ( of tl 
band, bündle; tonnage, coo 
barrel, cask, tun; row, ra 
tiles , bricks). 

© e b X r g e , n. mounuins , 
(ridge, chain) of mountains 
stone, rock. 

©ebirger, m. mounuineer 
lander. 

©ebirgig, adj. mountainc 
adv. mountainously. 

(Stbiit tu bit, teeth; ein gu 
bt§ ^oben, to have good te 
be weütoothed; 5]Runb(tü( 
$aumf, bit, btidlebit, h< 



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(iirhi Jden degrae ni 

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• «►«gm, nut. puit, i<. iiffl<o. 
!:■ i; rint n<tO' 

i i',-. p«. c gtrarco, 

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< um (njiivf ) Engliak- 

RfJerifH, p»if- M/r, B. bfrgt«i, 
lieltered. 
■art. /•-"■ <■'■ t trfltn, 
■i ;>ed , iplii , doli. 

Brllcl , n. ctrmiM md , cniirmind- 

•CT.j»; flixui ]U t"(6l!« fl(b*ti , lo 

' ■< u«»'. cafDnxoJi ü( ttittra, 
dt"(;[ rint Cpukiim, >(i 

tum; clii (*ftol auf rU 
ir, fintier) 

^piö bat (ein Sabal, 
■ liw. 
l. gcbif tcu, Mm- 
. W« , b. . i 

,■•«><. d. g« bit icrt, 

lifddan »ic 
t r J + t, |ia/i. füit, e. b r 1 11 q in, 
' , Hfl hü *«M(ßa& fiffcraoK 

'"««J , . .. 
:- b.itJ« . Htliip., tkirl, 
i ; an »mit Vriiaatiy, 

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i (itma Jtlritf , bordar 

,'sn t. ttf niirn, 



S ©cb 

hflrn nii.de tr imii.nt ftftrfllllll 
lIclMj ll«UI glfrAIM 

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0fbrau4lifb, «i«i- <i>n«l i nixaia 
i 
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lutbr gdiiuAliit'/ ii ii cui ut me 
- mtf MiuFlv. 
ftrttaiibr, Ortriu, n. tmwmg 

Bf brau f>, k «Clin, rmhicC, MW- 

. ■ 
Bebra«, .sri;. jsriltlr, /r»^ii 

Ülftrrdii i-^Juini 

n( *. wüd bim; iituui iif ■ wild 

W t brrifirn, r. i. o. m wut, Uck; 

(4 gtbridx mir an Pdf. I «im 

: tl ntbrttb ibnt an niä/tt, 

-ny ll.ing. 
9(brf0}rn, n_ *v*m, »rmi , indi- 

Knre, ■ ■ 
■ fd>:T' ii« «ek- 

ttea»; ("r* Ai'irril, dafou. impft«- 
ti SlUrt, in/inuiiy. 
tPrfcrcrtlid), ••*/. fnciU. it*)I. in- 
. U6m, 
maimod, rimmlni, lulr, ciini-Ud, 
R(»r»Ati*fttt, /. EratHltr, lr.il- 
tv. infinnitr, {fcblrne ti. i ... 

Maat limtnMi, miitundnau. 
©cbrritt, n. firlJ bcoada* thaM 

(Si bri-itim. aariM». e. trrrffB, 

bioken ; {i<bre(t"r* tiulf«, br.ih*» 

<Sttt?<fr[, r. pirinp, ttotnbt. 
(fifbrcörl, Pi'brut'it, a.bi.iltng. 
bobbLing up, tpauting, gmliiai; 

Iftttrufct, p/ur. bnithan, 

0^^Ill^ ^ n Mfubw 

lowlo«. i.wior. br. T in«. 

Srttltmn. a. eoniimtil nnnwii- 
ing, huinnriug. buuin; 

(Bfböbr, ; 

(jÖitei d-iflnty, d*CArii 

bim) irifltn, lo f < 

■yi üb«r tir «(ftlibr arlritnt, 

wi.rk moit ihm odo'i du«; iriCfT 

ti< Ötbiilir trinlcn« u> driak im- 



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© e b e ( le, n. conti nuai bajking, bay- 
ing. ' 

© € b C 11 / v. 1. a. U. n. (part. pass. ge» 
geben, /mp. gab); to give, to pty; 
ein ©efebenf, to giye a present ; Ott* 
d)cnfc^aft , to give aecount; Äacfc* 
tid)t f to send word, to give no- 
tice ; einem feine £ocbter r to bestow 
a daughter upon ; avktild) , to ad- 
minister; Von fl<^> geben, to show 
forth, to exhibit, to issue, to dis- 
charge ; fein $öort von; fiefc geben, 

1 to pais one's word ; feinen Tillen 
barein geben, to consent, to vield 
to; Bnbern ein gute* Scifpiei, to 

set a good example before others ; 
bie Aorten , to deal the cards ;, ju 
Perßefpen geben, to make one un- 
deistand, sensible of; an ben £ag 
geben, to d»clare, make appeai ; 
©elö auf 3Bucber, to put money 
upon usury; ni<bt$ worauf aeben, 

to make no acceunt of a thing; 

man aitbt ei auf fein 9Uter, it is 

place J to the accouut of Ins years ; 
iu bebenfen, to put to one's consi- 
deration; >3lut geben, to bleed ; 

@ott gebe! God grant! ic$ gebe ei 
aii tintn iin§evitia ( I mention it 
by way of him; feie @peifen wie* 
ber Pon fieb geben, to vomit; einen 
©erueft Pon flcs> geben , to cast , to 

yield a scent, to emit an odor, 
to send forth a smell; toai man 

»et§ Pon ft<b geben, to be of an 
easy delivery; geugnifi, to bear 
witness; Jerfenjelo, to betake one's 
•elf to one's heels; flcft b(o§ geben, 
to expose om 's own weakuess; 
©cfculb geben, to lay sometbing to 
one's charge , to father upon ; flu) 

aufrieben geben, to be quiet. to 

compose one's roind; Jeuet geben, 
to Are • to discharge a gun ; ff<b ge» 
fangen geben , to render one's seif 
prisoner; ei giebt, there is, there 
are ; toai giebte* ? what is the mat- 
ter? toai aitbt ti gute* 9teue6? 

what is the best news ? what news 

fcave you ? ti wirb fid) fefcon geben, 

it will follow in course; ber (Eifer 
tnu§ fl<b geben, the passion matt 

relent; ber Jufammenpang giebt ei, 

the connexian shews it. 

©eben, n. giving; ber Aarten, deal. 
©eber, m. giver, donor; eine* töea> 
felbriefet, remitter, remittent. 

©eberbe, /. Bewegung bei iexbei, 

gesture; Der ©efiqtfoUge, mien; 
tootylanftiinfcige, comely, seemly, 
decent gestures, gooa presence, 
gait, carriage, countenance, beha- 
viour, demeanour, garb; ge^toun* 
gene, affected gestures , motions 
of tho body. 
©ebeeben, v. r. rec. to assume 
lookt and gestures, to gettnxe, be- 



hare, dexnean one's seif, to c; 
feltfam, to shew postures; bi 
to carry one's seif like a n< 
or ninny; fr6fy(ic$, to put 
smiling, a gay countenance. 
eberben fünft, /. imitation 
of imitating gestures and rr 
mimics; bie tomifdje, mimick 

©eber benfpiel, n. pantomin 

©ebfrbung,/. gestunng, beha 
behavionr, demeaning, carryi 
e b e t , n. praying , pray er , 

tion ; bat wtbtt bei fytvvn , 
Lord's pray er; tai £ir<ben< 
common prayer; fein ©ebet PC 
ten, to perform one's prayer 

votion; im ©ebete begriffen 

to be at prayers. <?pru<btl>. £ 

(Bebet unb fange 95ratu>ürfle, 

prayers, and long meals. 



@ebetbu$, n. pray erbook. 

© ebete* f orm« /. form of prr 

© e b e 1 1, n, bedding, set of t>ed 



©ebettel/ n. continual beggii 
©ebiet, n. command, iway, a 
rity, government; district, 
tory, dominion , -Jurisdiction 

Sicbtfunft, Serebfantfeit, proi 

sphere of poetry, eloouence 

©eCetyrfamfeit, republick of lc 
©ebieten, v. La. ro bid, 
mand , charge , order , domi 
enjoin; maftaen, to rule, 1 
täte; betpotifq), to dorainee 

$at bicr %u gebieten, he is the 

ter. he rules here ; ©Zweigen, 
be« gebieten, to impose silem 

©e bie ter, m. Commander, 
governor, roaster. 

©ebteterin, /. female commi 
governess • mistress. 

©ebieterifd), ad], domine« 
imperious; unumf(brinft, sovei 
absolute : — adv, domineeri 
imperiously; fepn, to lord, < 
neer, to play tbe master, 
fect mastery; reben, to speak 
like. 

©ebietiger« m. Commander, 

©ebiCb, n. form, frame, stra 
likeness, image. 

©ebitbe, n. (Dred, diaper. 

© e b i n b e , n. skain ( of thr 
band, bündle; tonnage, coop* 
barrei, cask, tun; row, ran| 
tiles , bricks). 

© e b i r g e , n. moanuins v 
(ridge, chain) of mountains, 
stone, rock. 

©ebtrger, m. mounUineer, 
lander. t 

© e b i r g i g , ad], raountainou 
adv. mountainously. 

©ebifi, n. bit, teeth; ein gut 

b\% ^aben, to have good teei 
be wcütoothed; SJRunbfttlO? 
gaunt*/ bit, bridiebit, hoi 



&tb 



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■. , bolt ipfJr) 

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, ■■:'£. viift. B. gr lÄrtn, 
-- »rtfren, in l)i. bnn 

■ iKtcrwr »inj. 
, i boro (it. 

orjtn, r <"'- V" ■"• *tt«tn, 

Bttitn, fori f.«,,, 0. f CTßflf, 

*f*«r SS/. • hAr!.* 

, n. rnmnitnil, Dnmmind- 
pl, i..jnnclii>n, pt*- 
■ tu ffctett fittm, t*i 
■ i ■ 
; ffauCnpmt, tir man bin 
. den »..m . tin Pfboi auf rt* 
ibjW, in 

Wort l)Jt Tfin örfiet, 

i«w- 
,' r. üthitttti, coro. 

m.ndod . bltlc . i...d rtc 

mh. C. g< lltltn, 
airun'dp J . btddin rlc 
fo*i, rii't. pitn. v. bringen, 

, -.'"tdC'r. 1«in C . «kitt. 

«m i «n finn $)dimnfcr, 
H cMCn XlnUt bordm 



ShnTii Riiilo In- luiion i gtcrannt 
>wtr>init 
. noatk. 
netratrn, •««. p..u. v. trtui 

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Bniv tu :■(.- | 



ip|rW th 

B<sMfii|< 

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■■(ri §irfn>Sem y lurt'i 



in Xlrtbfn, .. 

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ebr j*j a) I ' <1>, «f(. imttl j ttittom 

■ ifi nt4 
wt»r «fcKiudjiid), ii b [,„• 

Bfttiafri, Öftriu, n. bMwin< 

Sfbl'juf«, », noiae, tnibiiie, I.H: 
ii»g, luiraniit,-. L'.tiaing, InoIh 

Bttri*, ««>". britdt, frajU« 

fl.rll.iw (Li n 
fftrtrtdjc, n. coniinucii btp*&ii>;; 
IM vomilingi rouiing plie* 
nt * wild bo*ii iniiui ot t ^ild 

9f »7<4f«, r. i. n. m wmtu UAt 

et stttnAi «ir an l&rie, i wui 

I r* ijftro* ibtn an nidjt/, 

lir lnil tin W4fit of«n| ibing. 

VlIrfäcHi n, wiiit. n*ttl, indi 

. iwtmu . 

£ai (Amte SibttAen, hlYiaf »iri- 

nt»*) K'/ Aitrni, delVu. impt>r- 

■ ■ 

Qtittlbli*, «Aj. fnfiiln, fr.il, in- 

Ürtti , (neble , »icb . oraif | Idfew, 

inaimed . curuilod, lulu ctirplid. 

(StbTtdtiiehttit, /. rr*£ititr. rt.il- 

■in:iv. ipriilrtiBi.. ii. 
, WtmIuBM. illii««», ud. 
RMff liTuen«», tn*lnnJn«M. 

©.trtiu, n. fielJ biv*d«i ib. 



#ib 



t p r r rt> r n , part. paii. t . 6 r f d> t 
; ri;ittnf* ffutf«, btuki 

Qtltbdtt, «. cmluc», criirnba. 
»ttrortt, Bt>rottI, n- 

bubbUng tip , Ipouling, g:nliin 

AtbraAir, jtUr. brathen. 

"c brüll, n . . 
■ 
tbruram, n. coitiinu*! niiirmiit- 
ing. tiilinaiiog, boning 
«bftfcr, /. Jutj-, .1-t .r. d 

.. i r<i m li- 



tte BttUllI irintm, i» drinK i 



©eb 29a ©eb 

für Sic ©£• ©ebur*.*!'« fei, /. natlve ialand. 
ffieburt*i«pt,n. yenr of birth. 
©eburtelifle, /. fi« (ragisterjof 



modemtely; einem 

tubr arbeiten, 10 wer» «>• ■»», 

Eav, fee; b?r£brig(eit bil ©ebiibrcn 
noblen, to uay i<a», nähmet, 
laxes tu the maglitrate; btt ffatr 

rer, äcrjtr, 3l6tDfa«n , fee. dues ; 
tat ift meine Qebubr, that is my 

»Uted allowance; rtadj ©ctilbr, »■ 
it is duo, fit, tigl.t, reasonablo, 

0ebul)ren^ «. r. ». tobe diie, fit. 
proper, decent, to become , tO be 
onesdiity; wie fftbfi gebührt, Mit 
onpht 10 be; fta) aebüljrtnö 6etra» 

gen, m behsve imo's seif decemiv ; 

bie gebübrenöe ©ruft, tbe du» lär- 
gencss; giel) ibm, mal ihm gebühr-, 
ah-B liini hit d.ie ; grbubrenber 

l'obn, iiue jiiy ; gebnbrenbe €bre, 

© C 6 11 b r I i * , adj dne , deoent , fit, 
proper: — aJc. dtily, decemly. 

«ffcunb, n. bündle, biinch; S)t\l, 
botrle, tmii of hay; ©troff, »tack 
«füriw; ©djlüffel, buneb of key»i 
Sveief)olj, bnndle oft tick», fagot ; 
©am, akain of van». 

■Äebürge, n . f. ©ebirae. 

©ebltlt, /. birtli; .mein} dellver- 
ance. defiVery. travail , labonr of 
woman; einer Jrau in brr ©eburl 
(eifteben, to sssitt 1 woman in tra- 
vail ; äfbftammung, birih, natiTi- 
t}', familj-, descent, extraction, 

{arentaga, race; ton ©eblirt, by 
irth, born, native; Srnfang, be- 

iritige ©eburt, abortive . abtm- 
ment. thortion; abtreiben, to can.se 

leitige ©eburt fyabtn, jur «Belt brin= 
gen , to abort, miscarry. 
©ebürtig, ml», botn , nativo; aut 

frantreidj gebürtig , native of 
i.mce; auf tyatit gebürtig, bora 
•t Paris, 
©eburtsabet, m. nobiüty of birth, 



n, plur. throe», 
1. fault born with 



©fbiirtebrief, i 

lavvliil birth. 

fSeburtf Amerjc 

panfis in lab.mr. 

ffleburtsfebler, n 

«eburtefeft, n. binhdar. 
©cburtägeile, f. kidnov. teiticte, 
©eburtdqfieb, n genital«. 
©e6urt* , f)au:djen, n, chorion (tb* 

ou'most of llie three skins, where- 
of the secitndine onlisu). 

OrburtebefftC, m. manmidwife. 

OeburtSbefm, m. cap (membrane, 
ikin , wiiicli some cbildren have 
in tbeir he,*d» , when born), 
■burttbiilUt f- deliveiy, 



©eburtem a b C , n. raole. 
©eblirtfort, m. place of nativity, 

birthpUc«; coiuitry, native eoun. 

try. 
rbnrtoregifltr, n. ganoalogy, 

pcdier»e. 
©eburtftabt,/. netiv« town. 
ßebuet^tag, m. birthday. 
©Cburtftern, iA camielUtion, ho- 

©eblirtfiuf) t, m. chairof delivery. 

'"eburtüunbe, f. bour of birth. 

"mebe- -* - , - u '- 

©eburtjange, 

©eburtteit,/. term of deli voty. 

©cbüfa), n, tlucket, groro, butbe*; 
iSmftb , buth ; Unterbot), und«*. 
woocl 1 coppice. 

©-ebnfdjeU, adj. tufted. 

©e<f, 111. fop, fool , >ot, tbe lunit 
(se.ra) of > cilf» lenll; = ifatb» 
beofef auf bem @<bornftein , hood ; 
ben Bed? fte*en, to open (pierce) 
the senil ; to bantei, fool, bafilej 
ben ©eoTen fpielen, to play the fool; 
ein 3eber bat feinen ©eaen, eveiy 
man bat a fool in bis sleeve. 

©eefen, ». r. «. to play the fool 
wi'h, to tnake a fool of , to rally, 
to mock 1 to banter. 

©erferet, /. foolery, foppeiy^ 
mockery, bautering. ** 

©etfflpO?, m. brake or handle of 

©eb&djtnifi, X. remtmbrmnco, me- 

mory , recollectton ; int ®(ba*U 
ntfi bringen, to put in mind of> 
Senfmal, momunent; feine« 9ta* 
tatni ©ebäcbtnig fHften , to ereeta 

memorv of One'» mm« ; }um ©e« 

badjtnib, ©eBadjtnib balber , for 

mrmory't lake, in rnraembrance 

of) Srinnerungetraft, memory i ein 
ftarte« ©eoacbtniel, a letentive me- 

©eöädj tnifibu*, n. f. ©ebenfüno), 
©ebudjtniS t'ebler, m. fault of 

©ebTdjYniSfeter, /. f. ©eb&d)U 

niftag. 
ttebädjtntfifun|l, /. mnemonlct. 

ePVbartttitS titün te, /. roedaL 
©ebädjtniSprebtat, /. funnal 

©ebätbtniGrebe, /. aulogy; fu- 

©fbädjtniStag, m. day for io- 

membrance , an 11 i versa ry. 
®e6ad)tni6ä(idjtn, n. remem- 

branc«, koapsake. 



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" H I! , /. 0»CODO- 

. r«ln«l») Ut 

nf rnrau* , n*. pUgi 

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<8rftttt(t4. .>dj- ilu.r i.i/, or»»»*- 

Lrt qr£i:lt((*f WoV.nlt^ : 

(J'iti, i.i yvJiji .-.ni •![ mtno 
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f? ( ( II 1 1> il t , u.//. tn-i£in*blr 

gfufala, prrliitilabJc, 
tri r i f n I I' :i rti, n im-mpunrfumbftnV, 

bailfn, «UiiMi. I 

. vip|H-f.-i (TUJOt. 
■CT, in il.ink □! , 

t<i fifcrifilift, io tecati; 

Ult, o iLmk. [fII.li 

ui teffn. I 

kVtl, in incmiit. lü [>iiT-,.otn 

lien . rr atl tnfi ni*i ip^inuarben, 

hr lt« > 
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mar.'* uirmury: V.T >Sfflfdj(lt 8l 

1 tili oi3. 
. ■ 

üon. «mryi ta 

toii][iotiiit>ii; [HJttirrl, tu «iinpot» 

ö(bi«.j(ii, bji'I. icliil. r r " 

I 
VfrSItrtt', ttutlinj; irortL 

in ■■!' ok, 

. 

ituiifrt' lgivril n-urk. 

Sitinat, a bufilu. tufpiflfeg 
Liriot, li.fiRb,., 
n<(, «1111, ctoittUei, j 1 

.fit), «. U..A t«0k. 

QcMngMiier, m, m« bf » 

P<Hin.j fl uff, /. I4>ktu*rk (in 

■ ■ 

■loubly. 



©et 

©ebranae, adj. narrow, throng*(f. 
crowded, ctoie togeilior: — aifo, 
narrowly. 

©«Bringe, n. continual thronginz; 
foauj«, throne, orowd, prell, mal. 
riti.de; Sloti), need, d.it.ei», di- 
lenuni; im birfften ©(bringe, in 
tbe iliickes t of tho thront ; tat ©e- 
bringe fetnmen, to get in among 
tlio crowd ; to bo involved in per- 
plexitiee. * 

©ebringtbeit, /. eoncuenesa. 

Bttrtttt, a.y. teraary; geBritttt 
&ttn\lt , tri ne , Irigon , tapset. 

©eBrungen, aJf. compelled, ns- 
ceiaitated; uxged; Dom @tpl, tuc- 









Bn*n, init;einctly. 
©eBulb, /. aulbautr, ondurince; 
SKäfiigung ber Itraurigfeit u. f. f., 
patience , «itfTerance ; Eangmiitlf , 
tßwrllfttfjt, forbcarance, indulgence ; 

©eBuib haben, to take patience; ei» 
nein Bit ©eEulb 6enebmen, to wear 



■ p.t: 



ke c 



»lose 



tioiice; mit 

ber ©ebulb, ilieltered froin winds 
' or foul weather. _ 

©ebulben, v. r- reeipr. fltb einen 
äugeribfitf geBulben, to waic . mo- 
ffisat ; äDiBevreartigfeiten ertragen, 
(o luve patience; 9}af6fiaSt baten, 
to luve patience, to bear with. 

©ebulbbabn, m. patiencecock , 
hon , to be given to tha pinon by 
married people for getting 110 
children. 

©ebulb ig, adj. patiant, bearing 
with , forbearing. indulgent: — 
adv. pitiently, indnlgently. 

C'ebünfen, n. opinion, lentiment. 

<Scel, adj. f. gelb. 

Steten, vi. = itcet ftarfe Saut um 
bo* cberfte 9odl ber »Befabii.rutbe, 

VlllCS. 

©ee(f, /. ©eefttanb, ». »andy, 
d ry , barren Und , or grour ' 



fflbc feijen , pellen , to expi 
dauger, liizard, ieopard; 
fahr freien, to take Uta ri*k »poi 



ber ®e> 



-Jf; laufen, to rnn dangar, 

riik ; auf ©efapr meinet Ceben* , »i 
tbe hdnid of my life; aufirr ©e> 
fabr, out of iurm'i wa^t to bt 
'»efe, »ecure, under ahalter. 

©efflbrbe, /. riik, danger; fraud, 
eUeat, deeeit , eunning, cosenage; 
«ib firebie ©efäbtbe, oatb cf V 
tegrity. 

©f fibrben, t>. r. «. to danger, en- 
langer, hinrd, jeopard, riik. 
ifabte, n. continual running of 
ooacbMf w*goni etc. 



0tfi>|r[id), adj. daneerona, 
lous , jeopardotll, hazardou« 
venturon» : — adv. (langer 
perilouily , jeopirdomly ■ 
donll y , ad ven tuio in ly i in 

gefabrlicben geiUaufen , in 
dangt-roui juneturm. 
e f iTb r t i d) ( c i t , /. aangeroi 

perilcuiiii-B», haiirdoutniiiB, i 
tri ro iisn eil. 
©efabrftelfung,/. exposiu 

©«fiferte, m. compinion, ( 
d<- . fellow; conmrt , mite. 

©efatfe, n. be« BJaffer*, fal 
■cent; Ott Sad)entf iwalion 

© e f ä I t ( , pl. incorae , rei 
rent , profit ; dutiei. 

©ef alten, v. i, ». to pleiae, 
ipproved; ti gefällt mir, 
it; et gefallt mir nidjt übel, 
it well enough ; ffd) gefallen 
to be content wirb, to vom 
coraply with, yield , conde 
be pleaied to do ; einen SBor 
to consent to a propoial. 

©»fallen, m. likfng , ple 
©efaüigfeit- favonr. kindnai*. 
• uro; einem einen ©e fallen tt 
do (show) one a favour, kin 
pleuure , couiteiy ; ju © 
fenit , to pleaie , huiftonr, Co: 
feinet ©efalletit, ■■ he Um, « 
ing to hla plea.ure; ©ffall 
etwat baten , to take pleami 
ligltt, utiifaction) in, to be 
(pleated) witb. 

©efallen, p. o. o. falten, 

©(faltig, adj. tabtear, eon '• 
pavabte , due to be paid. 

© e f'4 1 f < 0, adj. pleaiing, aeeej 
agreeible, pleaiant, conrteot 
gen onbere, officiom. kind, 
piaisant: — adv. pleaainglj 
ceptably, agreeabfy, pleaf 
courteously ; officloualy, kii 

©efitliflleit, /. eomplai 
courteontneii, omeiouanes* ; 
©e fall igt etten ensetfeu, to 

OTie , do Oll» flFOHTl. 

©efaltfuobt,/. coquetting, . 



winton , coquetiili. 
©efattg'en, adj. prUoned, 

aoued; nehmen, to take pri 

gefangen fefeen, ro impnioi 
- gefangen geben, io render on 

up pntoner; Bit Sernunft gt 

nehmen , to captivate ona'i : 
©efangener, mpriioneu ti 

ge, captive, priaoner of wai 
©efangenbiiter, m. jailor. 
©efongenftbaft, /.captiTii 

pritonment , conC nein out. 
©efangenwartet/ ■»■ to 

jailor. 



0r( 

fwfa T-af i-t . mdj lodnniit*, pn 
i lufc rtnliffm, 






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299 ©ff 

&t(tUltt, n. \ 

M i • I u $ < 1, n. wn.ßfil jiiimtli, ffiwl, 
uflagfll, winjerf. 

1 

*ttö, roughL 

W r t o I (i f , »■ ii'in . »uiiduiini, r»- 

'i Zeitige bafctn, w b* «i. 

Ipnrl»i( b}. 
PrlUiif, o. ijitccianiug . 

i im, tiiunfi , Tot* 



»Jf. u. r . p. d. fi i'frn 

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iiia- 



i hr ptop»rad, re*d_r, Uaud tat 

■ 
f'dil. n. fighting, fr»r , ictioo. 

"iilit, 
t f f «tltlJJJ,«,- f. Ö»^ nf dffijnr.n, 

r I e a t , n. uinnnaaj iwerjiiag ; 

(lf B d#BT. 

■ , ». r etfctnfl*. 

I f u ( l ( , »■(/. topprrv. 
ti'i'ft, n. cnntinujl Cd .Hing, 

f i * C *■ t d f. plunug», fratlraiti 
?*J<(, IcmlttirJ itiiÜDn, ftivrlc 
ltn;(> , MmIh 

I I f l « r ! , a J/. f >•« ttoTMl , toi- 

• ! U t ( , .'i. fieliii. champnigtt, 

(Imamr, 
Uctatr uJ/. in the minavt of 
I | mwUr *Rawfitt, deud- 

. wiirui!. gnltmü urnkeen. 
.tllltr, n. c.inlinml flullarinr. 
tU*tj n. trelMt, tnilWOrk. 

> apvckUd, ipu!I..l, 
flennt, n. wl.impriinj;, erjing, 

(ll rf» , n. conuniM) balclting , 

, :..',. JUi«««!, prompt, 
• r-fal, ■•*dr. oftd- 

ituilir.cii : — adi; illliVintlr , 
iitlly. rrniily, ^ififiomly, uu. 

U« Iren, to endo«- 

pp*y ""*■* »*U- 

fHfflll&*K,y. mdaivew, ofh- 
MWIMII , iitiiifouiD«*) , *pplir-t- 

in), «,/i. ini.nüo n .l. 
:< willnUy, deil^xü- 

4 o.i parpot«, purp.naly, in(«n- 

flc*ttti, 71. >r. V. flrdjttn, 
04C», p. p. S. flifftn, Qed. 

('[«ben, p. p, D. filtern, fled, 
■ 

p.p.». fltfJen.IWn. 

11, tunüauil i*v«»iiii[, 



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iof. 

("■tfranft t, «J/. Mnc«d; gffrai 

fflf £atlt<fituU . fring»d gliiria. 

6(fraf, !■- uoiiriituncal. t>*d nflu. 

itl.ntool, Iisding. j."..l. -«ubl- 

nfctjni tuti i'. «*iini 

■ litff; ftltUmtt SfiiiifJ), KilUmaw- 

« f r & fi i f, xif/. elatluaufl«. gr»«!; 
rm-riipiK, nnmiiNi — ««/r. 

flcitiliaffit, /- |-lMttar*< 



f : r i t (, 1.1. nm 
Huii ), l.n.-«coipot«L 
Qffrcffti " e«"linf;. gr«»d)rfi«ioi 






urrn 
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kiuiinui. 
Kl. 
tu hr.il, c 

n. frxitag', eongoaliat;, 
poinL of 1 



««fT#rpn 

limine; pniot. 

■t.4p*d {,• Im, 
V t f il 4 r ( n- joiniiig , i«n&tur« , 

pouTf i convanietic«, faCa, deur 
U Mtfeat, cIwnM. 
Qtr'uaig, oJf. ■li*Bt| flmdbla, 

plUbl«, mimiMW»; •>»tlr «wm. 

mi-tditinc oiif'i teli: — «dir. plicnt- 

It. RtxlMy. 
Otfujligttit, /. flüibilitr, (nm. 

Elrinß dJtpaiition, pluncr . pU*- 
1 1 ciitiun- 

rauchj tttttaz , 1 
■tnüttiani bat Vtrmögat (<H<afE t 
tmpfinten, tntiibility , um:; 
Ptliillt rnicitn bifrfti, to bi j*tt 
■«ntclcu, 10 Iura liitt fnalinc 
|it4t ebnt ®crü*[, h* Um u> 
■ 
Qffabllof , orfj. wnffl»*. unfwl- 
•«ntiblr . «niiltic, b«rJ , 
hartkesma), tafiesiU«) oefiitacl 
s*fl™ Brr ifbrr, l.»i to «11 *c 
- cuf*. icn*<li:ii1v. 
(Blfttfjllof tfltf tl, /. ivniaUttnrii, 
. apatbjr i iiupidiiy 



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© e. f u $ ( tt p.l l,, adj % sensible, lender» 

»ftccting, feeling, affectionate. 
© « f Ö H fe C / n. stufhng , farcemeat. 

©efuuben, part. -pass. t», finden, 

ton 11 d. 

© e f il n f t , adj. of five , quinarj. 

©Cfurßet / «d/. ma^e a prmee , 
raised to principality , invetted 
wiih the dignity of princet. 

©egangen-/ part. pass. v« g e ty e n/ 

gone. 
©egattcr, n. wantonnesa, petu- 

lancy ; ifi bat m$t ein ©egatter ! 

yrhy, what iür (whac ado, what 
noiae; it that! 
©egeige, n. continual /iddling. 

©egen, rraep. (wie alle ©orirorffr 
in räumlicher unb jeit(i4>er $e&ieb* 
ttng aebraudjt fcon ber fludjtung naefc 
etwa* in freun£ (intens unb feinbü» 

djem ©tnnc) A towards; to, for; 
agaiust; in comparison with ; ab- 
out , near to ; glgen borgen , 
towards the morning, eattward ; ge» 
J€n bfn 9Cbenb# towarda th* even- 

mg, westward; gegen ba$ fcnbe, 

towards the end ; gegenüber , over 
agaiust ; gegen bie @tabt &u , 
towards the town; eine fdfbnt Sage 
jegen ba£ SDaffer, a Ana ti uation 
in respect to the river; £$ gegen 

iemanoen neigen/ to bow to iome- 
body; beseiget eud) gegen anbere/ 
ttie fbr wollet, bafr fte fl$ gegen 
eud) be&eigen follen, do at you 

would bc done by; UJlber^ against; 
gegen btn ©trum , against the 
siruam ; gang bagegett, cltar againsi; 

er b«t ben ©inb aegen fkb, the 

wind it in bis teeth; tt tfl gegen 
bie Stoffen gerietet; it ia done in 
Opposition to s the Russians. ; i<$ 
}abe \\\$tt gegen ifyn, I have no 
objeetion to him; für, SBaarc ge* 
gen SÖaare, wäre for wäre;. ©e(b 
egen Söaare, moncy for waTc; ein 

"itty gegen bat anbere Pertaufcben, 

to exchange a thing for another; 
gegen baaree* ©elb, for ready no* 
iiey; gegen Quittung unb $<bein, 

lipon accjuitrance, bill , liandwrit- 

iug ; wie ein tropfen ©affer gegen 

bat CKeeT/ ti a chop of water in 
coihpariaon with the sea; eine @a# 

ebe gegen bie anbere baUen, to com- 

pare one thing with an other; ge* 

gen unl btfl Vu noo) glücflio); com : 

pared with us you are happy ; bei 

itr s 2lnna^eruji9 , um, gegen %btnb, 

towards evenrng ; geaeh $n>6lf ^afyv 
alt, neta (about) twelve yeaxs old ; 
gegen ein Ufyt, by one o'clock; t?or: 
er fyat ttwaö baüon gegen mt(^ er* 

jrabnt, he hat mentioned lome- 
i Iniig of it to me; fein f)tn gegen 
einen 5^eunb auf flutten * to oyen 
oue's bosom to a friend. 



2)i 



©egenaBbtUif/ m. counterimpres- 

tiun v counterproof. 
© e ge n a b f i a) t/ /. opposite inten* 

tion (view). 
©egenanpaU, /. couiuerpape, 

coiinterpreparation • conatermine. 
©egen an tp ort/. /. reply, rejoin* 

der; fd;orfe, repareee. 
©egenailftetge/ /. counterindica- 

tion. 

©cgjett.batterte«. /. = ©eftenge« 

fdjii^, couuterbartery. 

©eg en beb ingung/ /. condition 

in ono's nun, reeiprocai condition. 
© e g e n b e f e b 1 1 '"• counterorder v 

cotiutermand. 
©egenbefertntnif/ n. reeiprocal 

bond (security). 
©egenbef(agte ; in. recriminate. 
©egenbeleibigung, /. rovenge, 

reprisals. 
©egenberieftt, m. counterinforma- 

tion , counterttaromant. 

@egenbef(^f iniguug/./. counter- 

attes fei tion. . 

©egen befdj) i(f u.ng, /. reeiprocal 
compliramt, comprintent in re- 
turn. 

© ejenbeftbulbtgu-ng, /. recri- 
lumation , counter oh äuge, 

©egenbefud)/ m. visit in rerurn, 
reoiprocal vis it. 

©egenbeioegung,. /. countermo* 

tion. 
©egeabemei^, m. counterproof. 

©egenbilb« tu antitype; contrast. 
©egenblicf; m. counterlook. 
©e^enbo^rett/ v. a. r. to counter* 
pierce. 

© e g e n b 6 f $ u n g :/ /« countertlope- 

nest t thelving. 

©egenbud)/ n. controL 

©egenbitrge, f m. counterbaiL 

©egencompliment/ n. conpli« 

ment in return, 
©egencopie,/. countercopy, eoun* 

terproof. 
©eg>enb/ /. country, neighbonr- 

hood; um bie @tabt/ environ (cir- 

cuit) of the town; bie gaöje «Ut» 

(tegenbe ©egenb, all the country 
round about; in bortiger ©egenb/ 

in thote parta, thereabont; in b€t 

tjomebutOen ©egenb ber @tabt, in 

the prineipal i>art of the town; 

in txnit fruebtoaren ©egenb/ in a 

frnitful region, country; tt gtebt 
bafelOft febone ©egenben/ there are 
fine prospect», landscapes ; in b€t 
Stflr^nomie unb ©eograpt^ie, eprner. 

© eg enb i en ft, m. reciproc.il service. 

©egenbru(f/ m s reaction. * 

©egenerbieten/ n. off er in return. 

<£>egenerflärung, /. countcrdecla- 
raiioii. 

©egenfa^rti /. thipping up the 
river. 



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t(l t, /. mniinl 
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Hilf) /. CöBn!irluli. 

t(, /. Uvfl la leinrn, tr 

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Oegetlfpro^/ m. contrtdiction , 



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contrarietyj rejpugnancy. 
©egenfpur, /. countertiick, re- 
turning track. 

©egenjlanb, m. j^t'nbernifi, hin- 

drance, bar, ttop; 2Biberflanb, re- 
sistance; ©egenfaf), antithesis; ttatf 
S<b ber ©etfi vorteilen fann, object; 
er perf6nli$e ©egenfianb, che per- 
sonal object. 
©egenflellung, /. confrontation, 

confronting; contra st. 

©eg enfteuer, /. jointure. 

©egenflifft, m. opposite thrust. 

© egenfttmme, /. counterpart, firat 
and second part in rnusic. 

©egenfrimmig, «</;. discordant, 
dissonant. 

©egenftof, m. counterpush , coun- 
terblow, counterthruat , reaction. 

©egenftfat)!, m. reflexion. 

©egenftret^m. coun terblow, re- 
turnedt blow. 

© e g 1 e n fl r i d), m. stroke against the 
Lair (prain). 

©cgenftütf, n. counterpart ; eine* 
©emäloeä/ companion. 

©egenfrufee*/. counterprop, jpur. 

©egentaufd), m. counterchange, 
exchange. ^ 

©egcntp CtC/ m. counterpart , ad- 
verse party, party opposed, Op- 
ponent. 

©egent$et(, n. contrary; im©e* 
getittyeil/ on the contrary. 

©egent^eitt/ adv. 011 the con- 
trary. 

©egenüfter, vraep. orer against, 

opposite; bat ©cfclofi liegt ber ©tabt 

gegenüber/ the castle Stands front- 
ing the town. 

©cgenunterf<$rtft, /. counter. 

sign. 

©egen&erebrung, /. present in 

return. 

©egenperbeiliung,/. counter- 

proroise, xnatual (reciprocal) pro- 
misc. 

©egenPerm&cfttntf, n. recipro- 
cal legacy. 
©egenperfdjreibung, /. counter* 

security, connterbond. 

©egenaiftte, /. = ©egenbefu<$, 

visit in return. 

©egenPorfteUung/ /. remon- 

strance. . 
©cgenwaU/ m. counterscarp. 
©egenwart, /. presence ; tn tttct» 

ner ©egemoart, in my nrcscnce, 

before my face; €$ tvavb in meiner 

©cgenwart gefagt, it was said in 

my hearinp; ©egemrart bei ©et« 
(US, presence ot mind; Oafein, 
-xistenc«. 

? gen wärt ig, adj. present; coeri» 
|hrenb/ coexistent; — adv. pre- 
scntly, directly, just now* 



©egen »e«^ fe(/ m. counterchange. 
© e g e n 10 e 6 r^ /. defence. resistance ; 

jtep &ur ©egenu>ebr fieHen, to put 

one's seif into a posture of defence, 

resistance. 

©egenn>ert$/ m. equivalence , re- 
turn. 

©egentoetttn/ t% r. a. to anawer 
one'a bett. 

©egentotnb/ m. contrary wind. 

©egenieirtung/ /. reaction. 

©egenwurf, m. ©egenftonb, ob- 
ject; Sintpurf/ Opposition, objec- 
tion. 

©egen$ei($en, n. countermarlu 

©egen^ettei/ m. counternote. 

©egenjeuge/ m. counterwitness. 

©egenÄufage, /. counterpromise. 

©egeffen, part. pass. p. e ffen # 

eaten. 
©«gittert / adj. grated , cross- 

barred. 
©egler, m. = Stattfinf, bramble, 

brambling, bramblennch . moun- 

tain finch. 

©egUebertf adj. membered y ar- 

ticled. 
©cgner, m. adversary, anugonist, 
Opponent, couuterparr. 

©ego^ren, part. pass. von g&9* 

ren, fermented. 

eg offen., part. pass. t>. giefen, 

founded, cast. 

egritnbet, vart. pass. ü« grün* 

ben ; founded, gTOtinded. 
©e^ä6e, adj. tight, narrow, fast» 

close , not Ieaky. 
© e b a b e n / v.i. rec. to behave one*s 

seif, to carry (demean) one's sclf f 

to fare; gehabt t\X$ tvobC! fare 

well ! 
©ebabt/ part. pass. t>. baben, had; 

«on gehaben, behaved etc. 
© e ^ a (f e , n. conti nual hacking p 
.mincinff* hashing, chopping. 

(St^adfti, n. iKogout con allerlei 

3lf<f4 / gallimawirey, hotehpoteh» 
mingleniangle. 

©ebacPt/ part. -pass. von (a<ftn; 

liacked, minced, hathed; SUifl^/ 
hash , minced raeat. 
©e^age, n. hedge, indosure, park» 
fence , wsrren ; precinet, Juris- 
diction; in ein ©epäge einf^defrn/ 
to Kotige, inclose, obstrüct; einem 
in^ ©epäge geben, to intrench upon 
one's riglit, invade one's ternto- 
ries ; to put the sickle into an 
other man's crop, to come over 
bis bounds. 

tb^itf n. tenor, import; forper» 
ltdber 3n^ölt r cubature, solid con- 
tent; Saum, room, space. extent; 
ber ^rje* ^unjen, valour, alloy, 
value ; ber beflhnmte ©cbalt bei 
©olbei unb @tlber< f sundard; 9e» 
fotbung^ annual payment, aalary. 




■.ni, b»(ii 
i S-Mii. v. bnn(f il, 

-II f4t, «J/- hiraniiJ, in 
ujrl* »iid psilario' 

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■tljtintniB, n. tacr-ct . mvii«r: 

1 .■ i (, au"/, mviirrfoin, 

i -t : — t.!f. 

jmrli'inly. myiücalij-, lecrcilj*. 
h(Jai|*r(i fitr. i. wcreUry. 

. ft*r«i , /. ibe leeis- 

B c<m«in.j , hiililiOR, ©r- 

muion i eint <0<b(i|, ii- 



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in. enler", (J1B|U .Jttttl, I" '" 

ti«»t : (MBU 

fliitirn o»frni, u f. 

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geraiif , timb 

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tut* tltU 

(tivai Jrhcn, 

■ir&t Hei auf tiefe* v< 
bm, it i-jlrlt ralaici n thii in. 

auf ttwai iintflcttn.. tu 



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arten, lei n» tbHi to ^'nt> ^flit 
dm wind blnmi <i) flfhi lo/cia 
ic iiirui da :■ 

ft$t, • vri. 

eiramoJiiv I i« «rill mir JH foa\ 

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lief |U amtn, i in< ilmrply « 

c«rn»il («r T.>«r raiierv; rl gin 
36nol titi*# i)n\, iri«y -.vero itittt 
co thi bmti; Po* Jenßer getu an 
t\t Straf« tyXiMt, itip wioiIdw 
f»™> ib» itte*in j)anbtl tmt W3an 

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thtrro ii hd trade aürrinc 
Weiß«, io b« entMi i im« «tfanf 
in ra'cb, currj" itir 
orben, ta gu für, fir.) off; f* (lir 
trat iliinlr qilh-n, I J.rar 

nun k/a*ciii, ü 
[du einer HHr, w mnni tau Cet 
Vänot Nr Xldorr, rn 

rrjcli r.-v [ht loci; I? ;i .-. 
all f «t JtniC flftci! 



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be tapering, pyratnidical, 

hi ■ point; auf etwa* umgeben, m> 

bo »bunt »otuethiiig, ta meditite, 

flot; lfiTitiit geben , to enicv; in 
i( 2Gelt geljen, to launch into ihe 
world ; tt geb 1 nidjt in bie Scfeatt» 
Ul, üi« box cannot hold it ; et 
gebt tin @erü*t, bie Siebe, theie 
goe» (tum) • report ; e( flcfjt auf 
Sei6 unb (eben, your Jife hui >t 
itjko , ü concerned in it ; tt üel)' 
ab mit <Vert) com (Srutcl, it speedi 
lika a Ume hone; über fl* geben, 
ergeben lajTm, 10 beut, tako up.m, 
außer; mit u?ivb tniv* neben 'f wlm 
will become of m«? |l(b. fo fl'&t 
«e und «lii'H, lee, what wo all 
mint com« WJ fltb b'l in Slitbcn! 
depart in peace 1 ba 9mg C* an-, 

Iing ei an ein 3«iTcn un5 Saufen, 
anjen unb Springen, eben tliey 
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to oml fidded, 



feil 

»"g- r JR8Ji!8 » nd ■ 
tt in bei fflMt, 111 
neu of [hc vrorld 

wie tt gebt 



uiiping; fo gebt 



effect, »neceed; 



gelingen, 10 t.ke 
e< gebt »i*t/ »' 



©chenfe, n. f. ©eböngr, 
©ebenrt , adj. »eciire. 
© t f) t U I , it. howling ; 

■ fflTfflf'«. brain. Wain.. 

©ebirnbruo) , m. crack of Uie 

©eblingS, hJi. »uddcnly, on a 

©(beben, part. past. to. bebtn, 

litt ed. 
©eb^fte, n. preniiiM of a farm; 

©eljöbnc, n. continnal moeking, 
jeoriiig, mocVarf , «com, banter- 

©ebolfen, pari, past. to. ie(fen, 

helped , atlitted. 
@<t «I j, n. wood ; ein bicfcS 



cliicket. 
©ebor, ». 



he.rinc; andiene«, alten- 

... . ...ipliBUe«, content; 3£rrf-- 

Kug bti ©ebörf, tar ; ein ftbma&tt, 
d.ill (hard. ilikk) eari frtiorftf, 
gooJ (quick) «ar; ein mitficalifdjeS 
gebot, >n ear for minie; ©ebor 
aeben, to gt*e oar, hearken. litten, 
giveaheaiing; SRttiel fürt ©cbör, 
acoiiiiicti Cinlal, SBnbörung. >u- 
r ftnßfn , to be admir- 



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the r 



tbe 111 die 



©eb 

gebor «bei» 
©ebören, 



n, v. r. n. to obeyi nidjt 
, to disobey. 

v. r. n. to belong, ap- 
gii etwa*, to b* of die 
10 be put in, intxomitied 



ben , to 
nad), 



Sei 

ioined) to; frfobtrt Wtt> 
"ho required; btm Kfdjte 



be liwful, reaconabla, 
ight 1 beeomiiig_, oecmly, 
daeont; btr ©djitflidjrdt nadj, to 
be apt, At, me>r, proper, mitable; 
bol gebärt nidjt bitber, tQ,t ' uu " 
not be placed here, tbil ii notbing 
to the purpoie; g(t)6r(tii, dna, 
riglit, jtiat , decent, lawful. 
©ebortg, *df. belonging, «pper- 
uining, requirrd, diie, decent, 
Uwful, JFiit, rieht: — «Ji». due- 
ly. decentlf, Tawfully, jutiy, 

©ebbrlebtc,/. aeomtiei. 

©Cbörloa, ad}, deaft — adv. deaf- 
lv. 

©e'börlofiqfctt, f. daafneta. 

©ebbrn, n. horm. 

©epörnerü, m, auditory nerve. 

©ebärnt, adj. horned ■ cornnted. 

©eljorfain, ol !j_ obediant, dnteona, 
dntifiu, obmquioni r — adv. obe- 
dienily, dmeoualy, dutifully, OOM- 
qniouily. 

©«borfam, nt. obedrence, oh«e- 
nniüiiincit , dnty, dntifnlnett ; l«i» 
ittn, to thnw obrdienca; rinem 
*nni ©eberfam einfudjtelp, t» beat 

©eborfanten, v, r. ™. tt> be otw- 
a-bieqaiou» etc.; to *hew 



ohedie 



6rtrio)ter, m. hearing 1 



Tt, f. oblique 
n. »lope; bovel 



lal dirae- 



©ebren, m. goar, pointed inatni- 

©ebrbobft, »■. joiner'i pbna to 

©tbrig, adj. atlope, »loping, bia«. 

©tbrinnag, n. cirpenter*» or joia- 

ei't ntle; iniirnment fo; drawins; 

©ebrung, /■ diagonal lino; diago- 

©ebrung*fo(bcn, m. pointy iron 
01 tlie glmier» , for tiudexing th« 
rnniera of ihe window lead with. 

(Betjüiie, m aider, hrJper, awia- 
laut, mate; im SmU, eollaagua. 

©fbülfin, /. <£i)t(rau, halpinata. 

©ebroert, n. whealwork ( in a 

wateh. orclock). 
©cjauebif, «. continnal ihonting, 

® e i rfj e 1 , /. = %9», nomit btr 0Ut> 
bouui autgetopt ajivb, topping Uft. 

©tief, im. Tulture: ber ©tirr! 't 
ii odd* . deuce uki it I 

©eicrfftlftf m. gerfaleo*. 

©eierfebtr,/, Tultutefeatber. 






n. «Jaiilltj. 



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Brifttf;. 

W (if !IS< !t f r, m. ümoirl , röil- 

niütr , Int« Sil» 

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ii|iitrc. 

. imnoliigy. 

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■ iini), n.. mrn "I mim 

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HfBt, iiiicllFüinl (pl«w- 

kAidfi 

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e i 306 

canoniit; £€1(1(1(6* &üd)Cn , tpiri- 
tual (occlesusticalj matrers ; getffc* 
l\d)t SBfcrden, ecclejiaslical digni- 
ties ; geijllicfye Cvben , religious or- 
dert; ein geiftlid)er Orten^maun, 
Q3ruter, a religious man, recluse; 

geifHicfje (Stiftungen emaie&en, to 

secularize religious foundaticms ; 

ber getflltd^e 3Renfd)/ spirimal man; 
ein geifUicfce* £efcen, a spiritual life; 
geifHicj) gefinnt/ spiritually minded; 
geift(id) arm, poortpirited. 
©eifiltcfcfeit/ /. »pirituality; bie 
©eifKi<f}en ; the clergy, spirituality. 

©eijHoä/ flJ/. spiritlen; dull, life- 
less, intipid: — adv, spiritlessly, 
dully, insipidly. 

© t t ft i f t g f e t 1 , /. spirülessness, 

dullness , insipidity. 
© e i ft r e i d) , adj. spirited , witty : 

— adv. sniritcdly. 
© C i fr tt I l ; adj. füll of spirit. 
© e X t ü U e n ; p/i/r. brails of a ship ; 

cluegarnets , cluclines. 
©ei)/ m. avaiice , covetousneia , 

gTeediness. 
©eisen/ v.r.n. to desire , to long, 

to aspire for; nart) Vermögen/ to 

covet, to be avaricious, covetous, 
greedy ; ev geiftt ft ufa minen, he scra- 
pes togerher. 

© e i ft l) a l S / m. miser, hunks, chnrl, 
curmudgeon , niggard ; ein reifer, 
rieh cob; ber fia) nid)t fatt i§t, 
pinchbeliy, pinchgut. 

© e t ft i g / flJ;. avariciout , covetous» 
greedy, churlish , niggard : — adv» 
avariciously, covetously, gretfdity, 
chitrlishly , niggardly; geiftig auf 
Vit 9^a^r'ung , sharp set to one's 
trade. 

©etftta*/ m. f. ©eij&al** 
©efannt; part. pass. &. Tennen, 

known, 

© C f e t f e / n. continual scolding , 
bawling. 

© e f e r b t , part. U. adj. indented , 
norched, uancy , laciniated. 

©cftcfyer, r. titter, continual tit- 
tering. 

© e f t fc e C / n. continual tickling. 

©eftaffe/ r. ' continual yelping, 
barking. 

©eflapper, n. continual rattling; 
ton ©iutyfen, clacking. 

©efratfeft/ ©eflatftfe, n. mit 

^er tyettfe^e, continual flashing; 

©Cl&äfctye, prattling, babbling, tu- 

tin.ittle, clacking. 
©etlingel/ 7?. continual ringin g 

tho bell; tingling. 
©et topfe/ 72. continual knocking. 
©Ctnatter/ n. continual crackling. 
©efllifler/ r. continual gritting. ■ 

©ef oft), ». cookery, boiling, cook- I 

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©efommen/ p. p. *♦ fommen, 

corae. 

©efonnt/ p. p. ton tonnen/ been 

able. 
©etöpert, adj. twilled. 
©eforfte, n. basketwork. 
©efracfye/ n. continual Cracking. 
©eft&(f)ft / 71. croaking. 
©etr eifere/ n. continual squcakiirg, 

shrickuig, screaming. 

© C f r i ^ C t , n. scrali , scrawling , 

scribbling. 

©t(rod)en/ p. p. ton trieben, 

crept. 
©efrofe, n. raeientery; t?OUt Stültt, 

c-AVs plucK, calfs chaldron; von 

©itnfen, tripes o£ geese. 
©efunflet/ ». refinement. 
©efünflett/ part. u. adj. äffected, 

assumed, artificial, ficütious, far- 

fetched. 
©efllfff/ 71. continual kitsings. 
© e ( a (f) e / n. continual laughing. 
©e(6(f)fi/ n. continual smiling. 
©ctod)ter/ r. laughter; fid) ftum 

©elä^ter mod)en ; to nuke one's 

seit a laughing stock, 
©etag/ r. Company, meTrybouc, 

club; &<t)\\\au4 , banquet; ^rtntge* 

(ag ; drinking matcli , drinking 

bout; ein tobtnbet, revel; to< ©e* 

tag Gejagten , to b^ fined , to p^y 

the expence«; \r\4 ©cl<i^ (tnein, «t 

random ; ini ©elag f>iuetn fc^iöa^eii/ 

to talk to no purpose« 

©eCa^rt^ett/ /. f. ©tte^rfamfett. 

©et&nber/ r. rail, bannister, bm- 
luster; an einer Stauer/ erpalier» 

couiiterlath , cotinierrail; ttltt ©f* 
tänber umgeben/ to baltitter, raiL 

©eränberbur(tt/ /. bannister- 

brush. 
©efänberbocfe/ /. baluster, b«v 

nister 
©etänberfagt//. bannistersaw. 
©e langen, v. r. n. to get, attain, 

reach , arrive , come; Vbit fann tft 

an ibn gelangend how can I get 

admitted to iiim ? auf tte 9taa)* 

fommen gelangen; to come down 
( come over to ♦ be propagatcd> 
handed down) to posierily; eint 
93itte gelangen (äffen, to address 
(directj a petition to, make an ad- 
dress (suit, application ) to ; eint 

£f)at an tie Oortgfctt gelangen laf» 

fen, to intimate a fact to the ml« 
gistrate, to give in an information 

of a fact. 

©etangung/ f. getting , mtuining» 

aiTiving, Coming, 
©etarni/ r. continual noise, bustle, 

ado. 
© e ( a fi/ m. room, Lonseroom, space> 

local tonveniency , Accoqamodt- 

tion. 






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iug, (n.ilj , sipriitiri. 



n. paymeut, paying, 



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©elbgeften, 

expence. 

©elogefalle/ plur. du riet paid in 
rnoney , finances. 

© e l b 9 C i S / m. covetousness , gree- 
diness for money. 

©elbgeijig/ adj. covetous, greedy 
for money; ein ©clbgeiaigeT/ a gn- 
pemoney, pincbpenny : -*~ «r£t>. co- 
verously, greedily Jor money. 

©elbgetPUDl, n. stirring of money. 

©clbgier,©elbgierbe,/. f. © e Ib » 
fcegicrbe. 

©elbgürtel, m. budget, bag, 
pouch, belt for money. 

©elb&anbel, ro. moneydealing. 

©elbjfanbler, m. banker, money- 
chanuer. 

© C l b \) a U f f/ m. heap of money. 

@ctv>r)illfe, /. pecuniary assistance. 

©elbf ajlen, m. ©elbf IfN, /. mo- 
ney box, srrong box. 

© ^ t ö 1 1 C tli m e / /. necessity of casb, 
acarcity of money. 

© C l b l t t adj. moneyless , void of 
money. 

©elbtitafler, m. money broker , 
mont\ acrivencr. 

© e l b in a n 9 e ( / m. want (scarcity) 
of money. 

© e l b n t f), /. needinest of money. 

©elbplacfer, m. extorter of mo- 
ney. 

© e ( b f d) e , /. money matter. 

©elbt'acf, m. moneyüag. 

©elbfcbneil' crci; /. extortion , 
imposilion. 

©e löf djranf/ m. moneychest. 

©e(bfd)rot/ m. ttagbcetle. 

© e l f (fc U t b / /. moneydebt. 

© e l b fr <f / m. money box. 

©elbftols, a</i. puTicproucl. 

©elbflrafe,/. fine, «niercement; 
auflcaeti; to fine, axnerce. 

© c l b fl ü a , n. piece of rnoney ; .etil 
fletnct / trifle of money. 

©elbfutfyt/ /. lovc ot money» 

© e l b f u m rtte ; /. tum of money. 

©etbtifd), m. counur. 

©efb&erfegert^eit/ /• pecuniary 

embarratsment. 
©elbn>age/f. money scales. 
© e ( b 18 e d) f 1 1 / m * exchange of mo- 



nev. 



©elblt»e<$tler/ m. money changer, 

bankor. 
©elbtuertl)/ m. moneysworth. 
©rlbjtnt/ m. rent (mierest) of, 

for money upon U6e. 
©elcben, t>. r. n. to reit on , be 

confideut, to trust. 
©ele6ltt19/ /. confidence ^ reliance. 
©elrcfe/ n. continual licking. 
©elee, n. geliy, jelly. 
© e l e Q e ; n. manner of laying vines ; 

am all heap of com in tile fields, 

cock. 






Gelegen, adj. situated; ftequem, 

convenient, apt, commodious, fit, 
proper, seasonable, opportune; eine 

gelegene Seit, a fit opportuuity; $11 
red)t gelegener Jett, in the very 

nick of time, seasonably. patlv, 
to the purpose ; et iß mir jefct nid)t 
gelegen/ I am not at leisure uovr, 

I am bunied ; et ift mir nia)t gele» 
gen« biefet ju t^un, I do not Jik« 
to do that; baran gelegen feyn/ to 

be roaterial, main, considerable« 
of importance, of consenuence. of 
creat concern ; et ift ütcl baran ge* 
legen/ that matten (imporis, aigni- 
fies) very much; et ift nt($t* baran 
gelegen/ it it no matter, notiiing, 
lt ia (iignitiea) nothing; et ifl mit 

mit baran gelegen/ lUm engaged 

(interested , concernedy in it. 

©elegen^ett/ /. Situation; f. Se* 
q U eilt lirt) feit/ conveniency , . aecom- 
modation, convenientnest, com* 
modity, coromodiousness ; $utyr« 
tvevtf convenience, converance; 
tyeimiid) ©emad)/ common* ; SßerStna 
bung von Umfiänben , u>obur<6 eine 
jpanolung i?eranta§t ober erlei(f)iert 

tnirb/ opportnnity, occasion , way, 

manner, means; eine ©elegen^ett 
vom Jaune fcrecfccn, to forge a pro* 
texr. 
@elcfien^eittgebta)t/ n. occa- 

sioual poem. 

©e(egcubeittmau)er f m. pro« 

eurer, soner, pimp. 

©cleacnl)eittmaö>ert n,J. bawd» 

gobetweeu. 

© e l e g c n t ( i d)/ adj. opportune» 00- 
casior.al : — aJv. opportunely , OC* 
casioiially , at leisure. 

©ele^rig, adj. docile» tracuble. 
disciplinable : — adv. docilely. 

©ele^ r ig teit, f. docility, teach* 

ableitest, tractableness. 
© C l e ij V f a nt / adj. docile. 

©eleftrfamfeit/ /. ©eCebrtateit, 
docilitv; 3n6egriff <»Mer 3Bi{fenf4af-> 
teit/ liLeiature; grünblio)e JtennU 

ttt§ / literature, seien ce , Know- 
ledge, skill, learning, ^rndicion. 
©ele^vt/ adj. learned, taufiht, in- 
strueted , informed, skilful: *- 

adv. leamedly; ein ©eletyrter, a 

learned mau; Die ©ele^rten# tbo 
learned, literati ; gelehrte @<$ttf" 
ten, literary prodnetions. 

©elcbrtenrepu6lif/ /« republick 

of letters. 
©eleb^ti^eit/^. literature, scienco, 

knowledge, skill, letters, learaing. 

erudition. 
© c l e t e r, n. continual fiddling, scrap« 

ing; rndlcss story, long ado. 
©eleifc, ?i. tiack, streak, rut. 
© e l c i 1 / ". Begleitung, aecompany- 

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Flcll, *Jj, imtruJtllur, hun«, im- 

iri::ili!'. . iieiLii- . - jJ.-. birr»<ilv- 

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teil, to be much wiih 
SfoU netten, lo luve credit at canrt; 
fr gib meiiig beim Äönia, he hat 
utile inte reit witli ih« hing; eri 
laulit ftun, to be permitted; im 
©r-iel, Da« aift ridjt, tlil» ii not 
f.ir pl*y; tat gilt 3bnen, it is 
pointed (aimed) at yon; et gilt 
ffantpf, combat is ihe word ; gel« 
feil [äffen, to adntit . allow, ap- 

tr-ve of, let pni»; CiriiiiSe gellen 
Offen, tu hearkeii to reaion ; gel' 
fiti wadjcii, t<> make ehe best of; 
flfli , to put one's ffllf iorvvard. 

ffieftlut; /< barren raw ; fieemnr 

©eftfing, m. eimiich, golding. 
©edtbier, ©etteieb, n. gelding, 



CftlHItJ,/. 

ffl e ( it b ö t , 

tlfuit, to mnke a vowi bejahen, 
erfüllen , to perform (nccompfith) 



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vow ; bejahen, 
rti (occomplidi ) 

i break (v lohte) 



©eltift, m. deute, litt, listing, 
longing, careting, appeüte, con- 

cnpiscence , liiitfiilness. 
Belüften, r. r. n. tn dorne, Hst, 
covet , to long ior, dciire to eil- 

Joy ; toenn et bidj gelüftet, if von 
o liit (lihe)it; flrf) acfiificii laffen, 
to be tempted, luve a longing. 

©eil«"» v.r.a. to getd. to ciMrate. 

©eiitadi, ml), fanft, meck; lang: 
(am, ioft. .low. by deteec»; be* 
quem, convenient; gewücoliri), cum- 
modiom -, grinad) 1 aemarb ! mein 
ßerr" peace! peaee! »oftlv , Sit! 
fair and »oftly ! hold tlieiet 

Chamber'; auf ©djiffen f* abtritt! 
place of cou^enience; bat beilllÜcbc 
©emad) , privy, necemry hou*e, 

©emad), 'i. making, work . labonr. 
©fmärtilidj, «J/. langfam, ilow, 

leistircly , by d^grocs i fiel l'Ctl 
SB übe, eaiv, free from libuiir, 
eoniniodioiis, comfonable; — a,lv. 



©CiiiÄrt) lt<f>fei t , f. commodity, 

nad) (?entadjlidjtett, at eüe , at lei- 
BtiTe , leiaurable^ 
©emad; faitt, odj. f. geitifld), geuiatb» 
It*. 
1 ©emaebflubt, m. oloiaitool. 

©emadjt, n. woik, making, la- 
bour, aiructnre, compssuioo ; ein 
elenbet ©emäcbt, « miierable work. 
coiDpoaittoni er ift ber ©tfjöpfer, 
mir fttib feine ©tmäd)te, he i> tha 
rtW, wo aie hii handyivork; 



d - ©em 

ift btefe« 3br ©emädjt? i» thia ot 
your making ; bat JJeugungfglieb, 

groin, genital«, private part« , pu- 
denda (of the mala lex). 

©euiabl, it. coniort, apouie ; Jbre 
©einaplin , your lady. 

© e in a b l e n , port. pott. . ». mobi- 
len, pro und. 

© e m a b n en , v. r. a. to p« in 
miud of, to make one recollact : — 
ii. r. n. to scem , appear ; et fjC 
malfnt mid), it appeara to me. 

8 ein a l be , n. picture , drawiug; 
einer ©erfon, portrait, likeneit. 

ütini Ibeg alterte, /. picturegal- 

ffleinotbebafen, m. pietn rehook. 
©Cinä(beraf;men, m. pientroframe. 
©enta [bering, m. picrurering. 
©eiuanfd), ©einanifd), n. Uotch- 

poteh , odd mixture. 
©ein arte//, boundary, limit. 

© e IM 4 6 , n. meit ure , diraoniiün , 



©emafe, asF;. conform, eonformahle, 
anavrerable, proportiOQable , mit- 
able, agteeing. agieeable, con- 
grnent , conientaneona : — atjv, 
conformly, conformably , anawer. 
ably, proportion ably , mitably; 
agreeingly, agreeably, congruent- 
Iv, conaentaiLeoualy t et ift btf 
Sßernunft, Statur geutafi, it ii to- 
cording (confonn, conformable) 
to re»on , natura ; bat iß btf 
^Uabrfjeit nidjt getnafi, tbat do«» 
not astee with tnttli, cannot con* 
«in witli truiii; feinem @tanbe ge* 
mafi leben, to live in conformity 
to one'* own condition. 

©emiifib,tit, /. conformity > oon- 
grtiency. 

©einiSiati odj. temperate, modo 
in einem aemafitgten Jtlitna, 



tnipen. 



in i t-.itipot 

} e 1« ä ft e t , pari, pasi. 
faltetl, fattened. 

% e m a u t r , n. ttonewall , mnred 
wall : — /. .Mauer werf , muonryj 
ein jcrfallettet, deitroyed (mined) 
wall, ru bbi.ii ; ©njutt, rnbbiah. 

3etnein, adj. common, ordinary ( 
vulgär; general, publick; familiär; 
impure, iinclean ; qetcbbnltd), com- 
mon, ordimiry ; oft, fretrnentt bat 
gemeine 5)cl(, commonalty, «o*n* 
mon people , vulgär , common i 
niedrig, low, lowbred i gemetnef 
©eftbrnaef , low u.te ; ein gentinet 

tracuon; gemeine -traibt. homely 
dross; CDrne v m linb "emein, gentl« 
and aimple ; bie titieintn , bat 
$}aui ber ©emeinen, iJn'etbautt, tha 

garitm; oft gemeine aBenfd;en«t* 




tUliriug. ginm- 

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it it all one to me, 
rent to me; bei jemanben fciel gel* 
ten / to be mach wiih one; bei 
S)ofe qeltetl, to have credit at conrt; 

er ailt wenig beim Äontg, he hat 

little interest with the Ring; er« 
laubt fenn, to be permitted; im 
©lUCl, b*$ gilt nid)t, tliit it not 
fair play; öa£ gilt 3^UCt1 , it is 
pointed (aimed) at you; ti gilt 
ÄGinpf, combat it the word; gel* 
f CM (äffen, to admit, allow, ap- 
i>r »ve of, let patt; ©rünbe gelten 
taffen, tu hearken to reason ; gel» 
teil machen, to make the best of; 
fld), to put one's telf iorward. 

©eltfu!), /. barren cow ; f reeniar- 
tin. 

©eltling, m. ennuch , golding. 

©elttf>ier, ©eltt?ie&, n. gelding, 

barren anirnal. 
© e l 1 H n q , f. value. 
©elii bbe, n vow; ein ©elübbe 

ttyun, to make a vow; befahlen, 

erfüllen , to perform (accomplith) 

a vow; brcc^en ; to break (violate) 

a vow. 
©elllft, m. desirc, litt, listing, 

louging, coveting, appetito , con- 

cupiscence , lnttfnlness. 
©elttflen, r. r. n. to dotiro, list, 

covet, to long for, desire to en- 

jo 7 ; tpenn e$ bidj> gelüftet , if vou 

do litt (like)it; flfb gc(Ü|lcn Ittflfen, 
to be tempted , have a Jonging. 

©elften* v.r.«. to gcld, to castrate. 

©emad), adj, fünft, meck; lang* 
(am, toft. slow, by doereet ; be* 
quem, couvenienr: gemudj(id), com- 
modious ; gemaeb ! gemaeb ! mein 
£)err { peace ! peace i toftly , Sir ! 
fair and toftly? hold theiel 

© e m a d? , w. apparrment, room, 
Chamber; auf Öcfttffen f. Abtritt/ 
place of couvenience; ba$ fycimlicbe 
©emad), privy, neecssary honte, 
easement. 

©emad?, /i. making, work , labonr. 

© e m & d) U d) , <*</;. tangfam , »low, 

leisuruly, by degrees ; frei l»cn 
SRtlbe, easv » free from laboiir, 
commodions, comfortable: — adv. 
slowiy, leiturely, commodiously, 
eatily. 
© e m h'$ ( t (b f e i t , /. commodity, 
easinest , eate, leisuve, comfort; 
nad) ©emad? (id)f eit, at eate, at lei- 
ture , leiturable^ 

©emad)fam, adj, f. gema$, gemad)i 
lia% 

©ewacfcftubl/ m. clotettool. 

©emäd)t, n. work, making, la- 
bour, ttructnre, compf»sition ; ein* 
elentel ©£tnad)t, a miserable work, 

compoaition \ er ifr ber ©djbpfer, 

nur ffnb feine ©emäd)te, he it the 

kor, w« tre hat hftndyworh; 



ifr &iefe« 3$r 0emSd)t? it this oi 

your making; bat 3eugung$glieo, 

groin, genital», private parta, pu- 

denda (of the male tex). 
8 e m b l / n. contort , tpoute ; 3&rc 

©emab^in/ your lady. 
© e m o b) l e n ; part, pass. , fc. ma(« 

(cn, ground. 

© e m a b n e n ; v. r. a. to put in 

mind of, to make one recollect : — 
v. r. n. to teem , appear ; H gC* 
ma^nt mieb, it appeart to me. 

©em&lbe/ n. picture , drawing; 
einer ^erfon, portrair, likenett. 

®emä (begaUcrie, /. picturegal- 

lery. 

©emalbe^afen/ m. picturehook. 
® e m a 1 b e r a b m e n, m. pictureframe. 
© e in a ( b e r i n 9 / m. picrurering. 
©emanfeb, (9emantfd), n. hoteh- 

poteh , odd mixture. 
© e m a r f e / /. boundary , limit. ^ 
(9 e tu a § , n. meuure , dimention , 

quan»-ity. 
© e ra h % f adj, conforna, conforratble, 
antwcrable, proportionable , tnit- 
able , agreeing, agTeeable, con« 
^Tnent » contentaneout : — afo* 
conformly, conformably, antwer- 
ably, proportionably , tuitably; 
agreeingly, agreeably, con^ruent- 
lv , contentaneoutly ; ti ift bet 

Vernunft; 9?atur gernki, it if *o- 

cording (conform, conf ormable ) 
to reason f nature ; iü$ ift bef 
^Oabrb'eit nidjt gem4§, that doej 
not ar;ree with tnith, cannot con* 

aist with truth; feinem Stanbe %t* 

Ut&§ leben, to live in conformity 

to one's own condition. 
©ein&fi^ett| /. conformity» oon- 

gruency. 
© e m h 8 i 9 1 , adj. tempermte , mode» 

rate; in einem aemaitgten Xtima t 

in a temporate climate. 

©emäftet, part. pass. t>. mäpen, 

faircu • fattened. 

® c m ä u e r , ». ttonewali , mnred 
wall: — /. ©auerirerf, masonry; 
ein serfadcne^i dettroyed (ruined) 
wall, rubbith; @d)utt, nibbith. 

© e in e i n / adj. common , ordinary, 
vulgär; general, p üblich ; familiär; 
impure, unclean; Qe\vbf)f\li<bt com- 
mon, ordinüry ; oft/ frequent; bal 
gemeine 33olf, commonalry, com* 
mon peopie, vulcar, common; 
niet^rki, low, lowbred; gemeiner 
©efebmao?, low taste; ein gemeiner 

gRenfd); a man of low (mean) ex« 

traction; gemeine Xvad>t, hpmely 
dress ; tornetym unb gemein , gentle 
and timple ; bie ©emetnen , bai 
Spant ber ©emeinen, Unterbau^ the 
honte of commont ; gemeine Stpred)* 
ort, low Cv«Jg aT ) expTettion, vdl-» 

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ßfIHtrt, n. loVtn. m»ik} Pltl4*l« 

murr. 
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Qcniifai, a aüxtnf. ir>ixlinn, 

BfUioBflt, «dj. Ggureii, flowetd. 
»Mit», «jciliff, / ehniunU. flau 

<l| iL« >lp*. 

ecn>lcnfja<I, /. Uirlitli, G» 

9.MIM FcllUüf t, n. |tu_ 
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Pltaall, n. 

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©emufefcftuffef//. vegetable disb. 
©emuffigt, p. p. 0. muffigen, 

neccssitated, constrained , forced, 
obliged. 

©emuftert, «rf/, faffontrt, figurod. 

©ein litt?, ». mind, soul, hoart, 
di.vpo&ition . natnre ; fein (#eniüt$ 
auf ttroaä vierten, to mi»d, to ply 
somethhig, to # give one'* mind 
to someriiiug; ein Q\iU$ ffleiuutty, a 
food natnre; ein tc(V6 ©emuti>, an 
ill natnre; &U (geilt II t(?e flirren, to 
put in mind, to call ro mind» tro 
remonstrate ; tat ©emütty betreffend, 
niMital. 

e Ul U t ^ ( I d) x adj. minded, dilposed, 
iiicltiiei! , jn liumour. 

© cm 11 t b l id> fett, /. mind, disposi- 
tion , inclination , liumour. 

©emutfcSart, @emütb$befd)af* 

f e n b e 1 1 / J. disposition , turn of 
mind . temper. 

©emü tb$befferung, /. mending, 
correction, conversion, amendment 
of the iiear:. 

©emutb6be»egung, f. emotion» 
affection, nassion . perturbation. 

©emütbleigenbeit, /. peculiari* 

tyofmind, temper, character. 

©emut^fa^tqf eit, /. powers of 
mind, paris ; <&eme, gemus. 

©emütbffaffung, f. @emut$«* 

fcerfafjung , /. frame, temper, Con- 
stitution of mind. 

©em ütf)$freunb, m . confident, 

intimatc friend. 

©emüt£«freunbfc$aft, /. inti- 

maey , confidence. 

©emütb^gaben, pL mental gifts, 
endowments, disposition. 

© e in U t M f r a f t, /. power of mind, 
(soul), mental faculty. 

©emuttytfranf, adj. dhteronered 
in mind, dejeeed, i*iei«nclioly. 

©emüt^tranrijeit, /. disease of 

tbe mind , meLnclioly , dejeetion. 

©emutb$neigung, /. bias, natu- 
ral inolination, dispotition. 

©eututb*reguug, /. emotion, af- 
fection, passion, perturbation. 

©emut$*ru$e, /. tranquillity of 
mind. 

©emutbft&rfe, /. force of soul, 

stontne*s. 

©emutbfrimmung, /. dispositi- 
on, tune of mind, frame of mind. 

© em ü t M U n r U ^ e, /. perturbation 
of mind. 

©emütNauftönb, m. frame, state, 
temper, Constitution of mind. 

©cn, tat aufaramenge)ogne Sortoort 
gegen, towards; gen$ittime( fahren, 

"o ascend , to go up to beaven. 

fn annt, p. p. ü. nennen, nam- 

•d, called. 



© e n a f <$ t g , adj. lickerisb , fond of 
dainties, daintyraoutbed, nice , de- 
licate, luxurioHs: — adv. lickerisb- 
ly, nicely, dolicately, luxuriously. 

© e n u , adj. enge on , close to ; ras 
ßttftcben Stferftanbe, intimate; ge* 

naue ^efannte, intimate acquain- 
tances; feftarf, aecurat, aecurate, 
narrow, ebcact, strict, rigorous, 
rigid, precise, positive; e& genatt 
^ nehmen , tobe piinctiliotu ; berge« 
nauefre tyreiä , tbe lowest (nearest, 
utraost) price; genau fo totel, just 
as miich ; mit genauer Wotb , bard- 
ly , scarce ; fparfant, near, mggard- 
ly, sordid, narsimonions : — ad*. 
closely, intimately, accurately, 
narrowly * qnite , strictly , rigo- 
rously, rigidly, precisefy, posi- 
tively, nearly, parsimoniously. 

©enautgfeit, /. acenraronefs , ac- 
emaey, exaetnest; closeness, nar- 
rowness , strietnets , rigour, rigid« 
ness , bardness ; niggardüness , ta- 
rn city , covetousness. 

©enealogie, /. = ©eftfttedjtfftiii* 

te, ©efd)(ed)tlfo(ge , genealogy. 

©enealogifd), adj. = gefd)ie<ttl* 
funbig, gef$(ecbt6f6(gli$ , genealo- 
gicaL 

© e n e d e, n. continued teaxing and 
bantering. 

©ene^nt, adj. unb adv. agreeable, 
approved of ; galten, to agree, as- 
sent. approve of, to allovr. 

© e n tj) m 9 a i t tt n g, /. ag,reeing, at- 
senting, assent, approbation, al- 
lowance, ratification,liking, voueb- 
safing, permission, avowaL 

©enebmig^n/ v. r. a. to apprort 

of; f. genehm» 
©eue^migung/ /. f* ©ene^ala 

tung. 
© e n e t g e , n. continual bowing» 

stooping, courtesying* 

© e n e i g t, adj, bovred, bowed down» 
bent; inchned, biassed, rone» 
propense, disposed, aflPected , fa- 
vourahle, willing, addicted, sub* 

jeet; einem aeneigt fepn, to favour 

one, to be bind to one; einem 3** 

manb geneigt macben, to ***%*£• 

• somebodv in one's favour; gunflig, 
favourable, kind, propidouj; bec 
geneigte üefer, tbe gentle (candid) 
reader: — adv. willingly, farour- 
ably, kindly. , 

©enetgt^eit,/. inclination, bent, 
bias, proneness, propensity, dispo- 
sition, wiJlingness» addictedneas, 
favour, kindness. 

© e n e r a l , m. generml; ffetb^err, 

cbief, cbieftain, captain, com* 
inander. 

©eneraUccife, /. =. aBgetneuif 
ge^rjlcuer, excisp gtnccai 



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Bttitfi, m. Mnwr. e.T', 
am«, cutninde, t«Uow, wnlod«™- 

f. uriinu 

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«niü uil. 
PtnttK,/, Matt tat. 

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©tnflf ;, m. biuom; fl^Ut^W, 

für*-, f. Gtnifl*. 
tBrnt, gtitl, Ghrnc 

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ftll ; bem $5e(eibiatejt ©enftge t$un, 
to satisfy ; feiner weugterbe, to sa- 
tisfy, to content one's curioaity. 

© e n tl g C 11/ w. contenting, satisfyipg, 
satislaction, contentment; ©enitge 
(elften , to content, satisfy, pay, 
•npease, give satisfactiou ; feiner 

©ityulbigfctt ein ©enuge (elften, to 

acquit one's ielf of a duty. 

© e n U g e n , v. r. n. to stifnce , satis- 
fy, <io one's bnsiness ; einem SBeoV 
fe( genügen , to answer a bill ; fiä) 
genügen UfFen/ to be satisfied, con- 
tent oiie's seif. 

0enugfi($, adj. sufficient, satisfac- 
tory; angenehm, pleasant, satisfac- 
tory, agreeable: — adv. sufficieut- 

ly. c 

© e n II g ( i <( f e i t« f. contentedness, 
satisfaction , stunden cy ; pleasant- 
ness , agreeableness. 

©enugfam, adj. competent. suffi- 
cient: — adv. enough, sufficiently. 

©enugfam, adj. easy to be content- 
ed t aober, temperate : — r adv. con- 
tentedly, loberly. 

©en Ugfamf eit, /. sufficiency, 

©enügfamfeit,/. contentedness. 

©entjgt^uung, /. satisfaction ; 
fobern , to demand ; (elften, to give 
satisfaction. t % 

© e n U § , in. enjpyment , profit ; bett 

Mögen @enu§ ppn tttvat fyaben, to 

Lava the nsufruct of something; 
ber ben ©enu§ f)Qt, usufructuary. 

©eograpty, m. = Srbfunbige, geo- 
grapher. 

© c o g r a p $ i e, /. = Srbfunbe, geo- 

grapliv. 

©eoqraptyifdj, adj. — erbfnnbig, 
ertfunb(i($, geographica!: — adv. 
geographically. 

© e 6 Ö r 1 1 adj. eared. 

(Geologie, /. = p&pfifc&e unb ma» 
t^cmattfc^e 8rb6efcf)reioung , geolo- 



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m* = gelbme jjer , 



geomanoy. 

©ec meter ; 



geometer. 

©eometrte, /, = gelbmeßfunft, 

geometry. 

©eoinetrifd) # , adj. = raefifunbtg, 
tne§f unb(t$ , * geomerrical ; — adv. 
geometiically. 

© e r g ^ n. pr. George. 

©eorgten, £anb, Georgia. 

©epacf, n. package, baggage, lug- 

gage. 
©Cpfeife, n. continnal whistling. 
©epfnetfo), n. carnage,or fiesh 

gtven to the hounda as a reward 

For having caught the beatt. 
©eptnfei/ #*. daubry ; continual 

crying, whimpering, whine. 
ep(apper, n. continual tattling, 



prating, babbling, chatting, tittl*» 

tattle. 
©eplorre/ n. bawling. 
&*VlQi$ , n. plathing , cracking. 

©eplauber, n. continual talking. 



tattling etc.' f. ©epfapper. 

©epod)e, n. knocking. 
©epplter, n. tnmblmg noite. 
©epraac, n. stanop, coinage; ff 

£at bA6 wahre ©cpr&ge fetncö JCopfS, 

it bears tne very stamp of Li» 
geniu». 
© e p r a ( e / n. boasting , bragging. ^ 
©epr&nge, n. pomp, State, "magni- 
ficence , pageantry , great shew 9 
train, retinae ; SBortgeprangc, pomp 
of words, bombait, fustian. 

©epraffcC, n. crackling, clattering, 

clutier. 
©epurpert, adj. empurpled.^ 
©eqitafe, n. continual croaking. 
(3equale, n. vcxing, troubling, 



torraentmg. 






Qequctfc^, n. squashing, crushing. 
e q U I e f , n. screaking, screaming« 

© e r a b e, /. paraphexnali«. 

©erabe, adj. ttraiglu; eine aerabi 
i'ime, a ttroigiit line; aufregt, 

erect, upright; Qttabct 2Befle<, di- 
rectly; gerabe gegenüber, directly 
over against; gerobe au en(g<gen, 

quite contrary, just the reversai 

gerabe ^eraue, freely; aerabe $u, 
pointblank; gerabe fttt gefen, to ge- 
rn without ceremonies; gerabe JA 

mit jetnanben umgeben , to be free 
with somebody; gerabe su, gerabe 

fvXtß even on, strait aiong; gcrabl 
anfcben, to fix one's eyes upon; 
gerabe ^erau^, in piain terms; ein 
geraber Wann, a pUin man; gera« 
be 3(6fid)ten, upright intentions; 
gerabe Antwort, direct answer; gc* 
rabe in bemfelbigen ^(ugen(Et(fe r just 

in the same moment; gerabe in bie 
©tremung, into that indiyidual 
currcnt ; % ba^ n>unf<^te id) gerabe, 

that is just what I wished ; rtac^ 

gerabe, by degrees ; gerabe na4 ber 
$(eiwage, perpendicular; gerabe 
herunter, plumbdown, downright; 
fünf gerabe fcnn laffen, to connive 

at something, be not overrigo- 
rouH ; gerabe^jieten, just sevcn ; ge» 
rabe fo tie(, even as much, many ; 
gerabe entgegen, diametrically (di- 
rectly) opposite; t$ trifft gerabe 
bamit $U, it agrees exactly, per- 
fectly, precisely. to a hair; gera» 
be wann er getäuf^t toirb , at the 
sauie tinie th.it he is deeeived ; ge« 

rabe ober ungerabe, even er odd. 
©erabbett, /. straitness; aufriefe' 
tigfeit, plainness, rectitude, inge- 

nuousness. 



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0ertdjt / n. ©pcife, dish, meu; 
ein 0end)t Jtfc^e, a dish of fish. 

0ertd)t, n. doom, judgment; 0e» 
rirt)t galten, to doom , judge , hear 
causes; 311 ©erlebt $fcen, to sit in 
judgment , bc$ jungfte ®ertc^t f 

doom, doomsday, day of judg- 
ment; 0crtdjt$6arfeit, Jurisdiction, 
court; 0erid>t$bänf, 0eri<fct$fhi$l/ 
©eric&teljof, 0erid)t£fammer, court, 

court of justice, tribuual; JU ©e» 
ridjt geben, to take one's course at 
law;*t?or ©erid)t fobern, to arraign, 
go to the law, tue a law, enter 
an action against; jpoctygericfct, place 
of execution. 
©ericf)t6ar!ctt,/. Jurisdiction. 

er i ff) t ( t dj , äJ/\ judicial, judicia- 
ry, at law, before the justice: — 
adv. judicially, in a judicial way, 
in law. 

0erid)t6amt, n. court, court of 
justice, judicature, court of judi- 
cature. 

Gevifytibant, f. f. bat Vorige. 

0ertd)t$&arf ext, /. f. 0eri<$tbar» 

feit. 
0erid)t46eamte, m. justiciary, 

officer of the law. 
0erid)t66ote, m. apparitor , sum- 

moner , messenger 01 the justice. 
0ertd)t66 Itd), n. record, roll. 
e r i d) 1 6 b i e n e r, m. apparitor, sunt- 

moner; tipstaff. 

fjerirf)ttfferten, plur. vacancies. 
Qevid)t$fvot)t\, m. apparitor, sum- 
moner. 

0erid3tgge6(i$ren/ pl. courtfees. 

0erio$t$Oaf ter, m. justiciary. 

@erid)t*^ailbe(, m. action, law- 
su it. 

6ersd)t6$au6, n. house of judi- 
cature , justice. 

0erid)t6$err, m. lord of the 

manour with the right of judica- 
ture. 

0eri<&t«&errfd)aft, /. jurisdic- 

' tion , right of judicature ; lord 
justice 
yrid)t_ „ , r 
justice, judic 
caiure. 

Oerirfit *f ammer, /. f. ba* SJorige. 

0eriä)t^foflen, plur. cbarges , 
fees of a lawsuit. 

©erid)t$fr euj, n. cross of a Ju- 
risdiction. 

©erid)t$fef>en, n. court of justice. 

ft e r t d) 1 1 6 r i g f e i t, f. magistrate. 

©ertd)ttffaa(, m. judgmenthall. 

0erid)t*fä)retber, m. clerk (se- 
cretary , actuary) in a court of 
justice. 

©erid)t$gab, m. white stafF. 

©ertc&tSftatt, 0ertd)t$frätte,/. 
place of execution; sessionhouse. 



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justice. 
©erid)t6bof, m. court, eourt of 
justice, judicature, court of judi- 



@ertd)tlftu6e/ /. judgmentcham« 

ber. bar. 
0erid)täfru$(, m. tribunal, court 

of justice. 
®ert$t£fr»(/ ro. style of court» 

lawwyle. / 

0ertd)t£tag, m. courtday, assizes. 

0er id>t$i>erwatter, 0erio)t6» 

uerivefer, m. justiciary, lawyer. 
®er id) ti t>ogt, ( m. judge, justice« 
©erieftttr/ogtet,/. Jurisdiction. 
e r t d) t £ & tt> a n g / m. Jurisdiction» 

resort, tribunal, constraint. 
©cridjtSamärtgig, ««/•. belonging 

(subjeet) to a Jurisdiction. 
e r i e fe ( / n. murmuriag noise , 

purling. 
e r i 1 1 1 , ad;, fluted. 
®er in g e, aJ/. little, small, low, 

jnsignincant, indifferent , short; 

bat tjt meine geringjte J0orge/ that 

is mv least care ; Uitt)t, light; 
fcf;(cc^t , bad, of inferior note , of 
little value, meau; bettt 5J3ertf}e 
nacb, small, low; e* fe&U nur tut 
©eringef, there wants but a triHe; 

Geringe frfjagen, to siight, neglect, 
isregard ; uner^eMtO), insignifi- 
cant, slight, little, inconsiderable; 

eine geringe 95cf anntfd)aft ( a s light 
acqiiaintance; meine geringe (Km 

flcnt, my imperfect capacity; ge* 
rin^er, less, inferior; tqf 6tn nic^t 
geringer M et, I am not inferior 
to him; im geringflcn nttfet, not in 
tiio least; bem Stanbe /( ber SEBürbe 
nad) f mean, low; bie geringen 

i*eutc, the common people, infe- 
rior class; nid)t bat 0eringfle, not 
the least-, not a jot, not a whit, 
not any thing, notliing at all. 
0eringfiigtg, adj. mean, little, 
insieuificant : — adv, meanly, in« 
signiAcantly. 

0er ingf ögigf ei t , /. meanness, 

Httleness , insignificancy. 
©cring^altig/ adj. of little 
worth, of a base Standard. 

0eringrä)&(ig / adj. slighting, 

neglecting, disrccarding:— adv. 
siigbtingly, neglectingly , disre- 
gardingly. 

©ertng f*6^igf eit , /. slight- 
neis, coutompt, neglect, disregard; 
meanness , aespicableness , vilt- 
ness , lowliness. 

0ertngfd)&(ung# /• contempt , 

neglect, disregard, disregarding^ 
neglecting, slighting. 
0erinne/ n. watercourse, Chan- 
nel, kennel, gutter. 

0er innen/ v. i. n. Don 3XÜd), to 
cm die, coagulate; macfjen, to curd, 
coagulate; (offen, to curdle; tote 

$5(ut, to clod; geronnene! fblut, 
clods of blood, göre, gorebloofl; 
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(Uta&inttvt, m. r\- 

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iJlfllil grruttn, n» 
©<i-gb' j, Ruft qui-t. <*!«, pu»- 



©er 3 

Ulli-— adv. quietly, calmly, in 
peace. 

© ci-ii b fam, adj. f. gerttljig. 

© t r Ü 1 1 1 , n. nibble , heap of lootft 

thing*. 
fflnumpel, «. conti nua] crack , 

«oiie. rnmblir.g. gr.in.bluig. 

©erümpel, n. lumlier, traah, rub- 

■ bi»h. 
©ci-iift, n. »caffold, »tage ; tinti 

Qunrffortert, itioiiiiieWk stage; 
jliih fortbringen, carriagc, stock; 
otfii auf einem ©cbautie, luperttra» 

©erüftfUnge,/. «tilt. 

pel'fliie, n. caiumual ulk, ralking. 

©etn.ic, »■ «»riiig. 

©efaltt, 7-. p. t\ fol&eil, anoint- 

t(i- ©eiatbte Ccfi jperrn, th« 



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t.icn 



p. p. v. fa I s e n, »iilied, 

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..Wime, «. ieedi. 

©f fa mt, nJ/. whoto, 
ej; fic alle irtfgefatnt, 

getlier, all of tiiem; (iiFtjffemt, al 

©efaiii teroberuug, /. joint con- 



©e(an6te,m. « 



nbiMador, envoy, 

©efanbttn, /. ©emabtin einet ©e> 

fanbten , embauadruas. 
©cfn nbt fdjnft , /. cmbuiv; ber 

©efanMe felbfl, e.iibi.*»ador. 

©e |"a n b t f rfj a f t S p v e t* i g e v , m. 

©(fa»Ötf*ar't*fecretür, m. .e- 

cretary to in ombiuy. 

©efang, m. linging; Äunft tu fln» 
den, art of linging; Pefflno btt 
Söget, Hinging of birji ; JUntin,, 
tnnnd; JDi*tCn, niaking poems; 

Wtbidjt tum Singen, «.mg, air, 
lay; jjymne, hymn; Stbeii einetf 
©ebirftti), canto, book; inefcrflim> 
miger ©efang , gl*«. 

©efangbua), n. book of pislmt, 
»ong». 

©efa tigSwei fe, adi<. in the man- 

©«fan<l«0ael, m. linging bird. 
fflefangueffe, /. «letödy, i.me. 

©efäfi, ». backiide, breecb, tundi- 

n-L-nr; ©teile lum 6i)}fii , Beat. 
©efifibein, n. hucklebone, hip- 

ftefaure, n, continual carouaing, 

liard drinkiilg. 

©efaufe, n. continual ruabing, 
bii/sing, huroming. 

«efÄufel, n. murmi.ring, nutling. 
•fdjäft, n. biuiiitH, ofljir, oc- 
cupatio)!; ber. S'auflfiite, buiinesi. 



8 ®ef 

inicrconne; ©eftfcäfte anfangen , to 
couimence busiite»; fortführen, to 
carrv on busine.. ; 3(tjlC€flCf4>äfte, 
citipluyrtionti. 
©efrfjäftig, aJ/. b»iy< employtd, 
biniling, at Work, acMvo: — aJp. 

®cf (fjaft tgfeit, /. love of being 

biiay. diixtei'ity in busineii, appli- 
carion, [>ljing, ««ivity. 
©efrfläftfunbe, /. .kill i 



® e \d}üft$ in nnn, 

©efrij aft^träiiei 
©.(•eirante, (?. 
«eunt, iacior, ccimmiasioner; re»i. 



buii- 
inan of buii- 
i. 6efotger, 



©efAämigfeit, /. .mit of iLam«, 

© e i d) t b e n , v. i. n. (pari, gefrfieber, 
i'm/i. 3(|<ftal))/ to bo, becom«, ar. 

io l>r dont; nun ijt e* um iniifti je 

Weben, flow I am iindone; 1*' 

Tonn e* gefeSeben laffen, i ma T 1k 
it K". I will not oppoia; tt foB 
eurb fein itib gifirben, yon lhdl 

Ey no hutti ibm ift recht gtfr&e&en, 
« ii nghtly »ervel ; H gefffjebel 
well, let it be «o! fo euoaj ge* 
f*iel]t nirftt alle laqe, mch thinp 

do not liappen evory dayi tte 6t" 

ri:e ifi bereit»; gefibcben, ui« tnattar 

©efdjc'bt, gtfdjeit, gefd>eut, 
adj. clever, lensiblo, vvile, dit- 
creet. witty, judicionl j gffcJeiM 

fanbeln, to »et diacreetly. witti- 
y, jridiciouily; au* ttmai HtnXa, 
to underttaud , to comprebeod l 
lliing. 
©effbeibtbei t, /. diieration, -nit, 

©eftieifie, n. ibiting. 
©efrfienf, n. preicnt. eiftj im 
%rf[C(bfn, bribe; ju bfiligtm ©ca 

bratiif), doiiiiry; ein ©ef^tnf nt> 
dien, to mako a preieat. 

©efdii cb tb ud), n. lüitoryb-iok, k> 

©cfffndjte, /. hiatory; ffriä&tuni, 
■torv, talo, narrauVe, narrationt 
tic apufrclaefcbicbtc, tlie um of tha 
aposilei; eine* ^eiligen, legend, le- 
gen Jary itorv; eine ©efaVtc&te er» 
jablcii, to Teilte n biiroiv . itory, 
tn liiatorify; frbreiten, to'writau 

©efrt)tc&tfcrf*«r, m. »earchet U 

Uijtorv. 
3cf(t)i(ljttuitbe, /. biltory, biiu>> 



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9<f 3 

©tf<6fO ( ttcr, n . jogging, •hiking; 

diega in ilie ultpani. 

©ef djntac?, ™. taste, »avonr, fla- 
vottr, imack, reliiii ; ben ©ffämacf 
Dfrlieren, to grow iiniivonry, taste- 
1«», insipid; Sffdjmorf baten, to 
uvour, relitli; in 6cn (tfiocdi Sun« 
ften, taste, guitoi feinen (-"ief*ma<f 
fjflttn, to have no tatte; ©efAmao? 
an einer ©aAe baten, to reliah * 
thiug ; in jDnungl Wtfdjmod, in 
Young'i manuer; SQoblgrfatten, «- 
liih, dolighti mal ©efdjmucf inaajt, 

©tf* nid <f, «Jj. f. fdjmatftjaft- 
©efAmitfter, m. pretender to 

SefrfimorflO*, aJj. unsaioury, 
tu tele»», iniipid : — «dt>. im«- 
vouriy, insijildly. 

6(fd)ina(f loff qfttt, /. unsavom- 

fltfdimattntret, m. gusta tivo 

©efAmad'uoU, aJ;. fnll of UlM, 
nice, Judicium; — ad«, in good 

©efrftmaber, n. icrawl, «nibbling. 

Btffljtnatjc, n. araacking. 

® efd) in a ii fe, ». continual banquet- 



ing 



fear. 



Ing- 



rell , Ornament. 



©ef Am , 

6efn)metbcfaanbtcr, m. jewel- 

ler, toyman. 
grfcjjmcibtf iifldjtn, n. jevrelcaae, 

jewclbox. 
©eftbineiBig, odj. malleabln, duc- 
Seafam, pliant, «iipple, flex- 



ible. 



table. 



nalleable 
i», flexi 
lity, bei 
inj; bei 



©efAmetbigfeit, /. 

bilityi ber 5RctaHe, dm tili t; 

ffieifl**, dexterity of 

Junge, volubility. 
©rfdjmcifj, n- inaect«, vermin; 

lUberlicbtä fflfjTHfcel, dregi ot the 

peoplo, mob. rabblu; ber Stiegen, 

blowsö ; »ieberboltea' ©cbineifen, 

contimial »miting , itiiking. 
©efAeicüe, n. contitiual «miting, 

•trüiing. 
©efAmier, n. mit Seit, grea*ine; 

f*le(f>te Malerei, dawbing; f.tJtertjtc 

3tt)rilt|M[(rei , »cribbliug; f*(e4= 

te* ©Aretben, acrawfing. 
©efAmuif, hi. f. ©djmurf. 
eelAltatcI, n. billing, kiising. 
««fAnardje, n. continual inoimg, 
©r ftyRütter, rf. gaggling; ©eplau. 

bjr, g«ee''ng. ch.iwnng, gab- 

bling , gibblegabbls , twatthng, 

taitlii.g. 
©el"A"< cgtt t, pari, »pruce, fine- 

Jv üresi'd, prank'd up, «et out, 

tri m med. 



3 <9ef 

BefAnitttn, /?. p. t. rn)neib«i7, 

®elAplten, p. p. t. fAe'ters, 

chid, ebidden. 
©ef Aöpf, n. < 



■ f. abgabt; f. ©d)og. 

®(f*o«, n. <j>fet(, SBurffptrfi u. f. f., 

■bot,