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DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES 

FOR GENERAL USE 

V 

WITH 

THE ACCENTUATION AND A LITERAL PRONUNCIATION 

OF EVERT WORD IN BOTH LANGUAGES 
COMPILED 

FROM THE REST AND MOST APPROVED ENGLISH AND FRENCH AUTHORITIES. 

• Jt BY 

W.^JAMES & A. MOLE. 



TIB EMLISH AND FRENCH PART. 



STEREOTYPE EDITION. 



LEIPZIG, 

PRINTED FOR BERNU. TAUCHNITZ JUN« 

1847. 



DICTIONMIRE 



DE LA 



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LANGUE FRANCAISE ET ANGLAISE 



A L'USAGE DE TOUS LES ETATS 



ENRICHI 



DE L'ACCENTUATION ET D'UNE PRONONCIATION LITT^RALE 

ET FIGUREE DE CHAQUE HOT DES DEUX LANGUES 

R^DIG^ 

D'APRES LES MEILLEURS DICTIONNAffiES PUBLIES EN AN6LETERRE ET 

EN FRANCE 

PAR 

W. JAMES & A. MOLE. 



PARTIE AlfiUISEFRilVAISI. 



EDITION STEREOTVPE. 



LEIPZIG, 

BERN. TAUCH.MTZ JEUNE, LIBRAIRE-EDITEUB. 

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Abbreviations. 



agr. 

alg. 

tnat. 

int. 

ar. 

arch. 

arm. 

aitill. 

astr. 

astrol. 

bat. 

bill. 

bias. 

bot. 

bouch. 

boul. 

br. 

chap. 

chass. 

chem.d 

chim. 

chir. 

eom. 

const. 

cord. 

cuis. 

dess. 

did. 

dipl. 

dr. 

<5con. 

escr. 

fauc. 

till. 



agriculture 
algebre 
anatomie 
antiquitS 
arithmetique 
architecture 
armurier 
arUllerie 
astronomie 
astrologie 
bateau a va- 
peur 
hillard 
Mason 
hotanique 
toucher 
houlanger 
hrasseur 
chapellerie 
chasse 
i.chemin defer 
chimie 
chirurgie 
commerce 
construction 
cordonnier 
cuisine 
dessin 
didactique 
diplomatique 
droit 
4conomie 
escrime 
fauconnerie 
Jinances 



agriculture 

algebra 

an ate my 

antiquity 

arithmetics 

architecture 

gUDsmith 

artillery 

astronomy 

astrology 

steam-boat 

billards 

heraldry 

botany 

butcher 

baker 

brewer 

hat-making 

hunting 

railway 

chemistry 

surgery 

commerce 

building 

shoemaker 

culinary arts 

drawing 

didactic 

diplomacy 

law 

economy 

fencing 

falconry 

finances 



fort. 
g6ogr. 
g^ol. 
gdom. 

hist, 
hist. nat. 

horl. 

hurt. 

hyd. 

impr. 

jard. 

jur. 

lib. 

loc. 

log. 

ma. 

mac. 

man. 

mar. 

math. 

m^c. 

mdd. 

men. 

mi. 

mil. 

min. 

mon. 

mus. 

myth. 

n.vap. 



fortification 
gSographie 
geologie 
gSomStrie 
grammaire 
Jiistoire 
histoire natu- 
relle 
horloger 
horticulture 
hydraulique 
imprimerie 
jardimer 
jurisprudence 
lilfrairie 
locomotive 

logique 

manSge 

magonnerie 

mani{facture 

marine 

mathhnati" 

ques 
mecanique 
mSdecine 
menuisier 
mineur 
art miUtaire 
miJiSralogie 
monnayage 
musique 
mythologie 
navigation a 

vapeur 



fortification 
geography 
geology 
geometry 
grammar 
history 
natural histo- 
ry 
watch-maker 

horticulture 
hydraulics 
printing 
gardener 
jurisprudence 
book-selling 
locomotive- 
engine 
logic 
riding 
masonry 
manufacture 
navy 
mathematics 

mechanics 
medicine 
joiner 
miner 
military art 
mineralogy 
coinage 
music 
mythology 
steam-navi- 
gation 



VIII 


opt. 


optique 


optics 


f. 


fSminin 


feminine gen- 


orf. 


orfdtfre 


goldsmith 




1 


• der 


orn. 


omithologie 


ornithology 


fam. 


fandHifvmmt familiarly 


peint. 


peinture 


painting 


fig. 


JigtirSmmU 


figuratively 


pharm 


. pharmacie 


pharmacy 


int. 


intetyection 


interjection 


pbil. 


philosophie 


philosophy 


m. 


masculin 


masculine 


phys. 


physique 


physics 






gender 


po^s. 


poSsie 


poetry 


part. 


participe 


participle 


rel. 


reliure 


binding 


partic. particule 


particle 


rh^t. 


rhStorique 


rhetoric 


pers. 


personnel 


personal 


sculp. 


sculpture 


scalptare 


pi. 


pluriel 


plural number 


tail. 


tailleur 


tailor 


pop. 


populairemeni 


^ vulgarly 


tech. 


technologic 


technology 


pron. 


pronom 


pronoun 


th^ol. 


th&ologie 


theology 


prp. 


preposition 


preposition 


tiss. 


tisserand 


weaver' 


s. 


sutstantif 


noun substan- 


tODD. 


tonnelier 


cooper 






tive 


typ- 


iypographie 


typography 


sing. 


singuUer 


singular num- 


\ap. 


machine a va 


!- steam-engine 


" 




ber 




peur 




T. 


voyez 


see 


yH. 


art vSterinair 


e veterinary art. 


V. a. 


verbe actif 


active verb 








V. imp. verhe imper- 
I 


impersonal 
verb 










sunnov 




« 




V. irr. 


verbe irrSgu- 


irregular verb 


adj. 


adjectif 


Doun adjective 




lier 




adv. 


adoerbe 


adverb 


V. n. 


verbe neutre 


neuter verb 


art. 


article 


article 


V. r. 


verbe rSflSchi 


reciprocal 


CODJ. 


cotyoncHon 


conjunction 






verb. 



A. 



A, 8. (premiire Ultra de Val- 

pAabet) , A, m.t he knows not 

a from b, it ne a*it ni a ni b. 
A {dctna la eompo»ition de quel- 

tjuesmots, pour it, in, onetc): 

a foot, a pied ; a day, par jour ; 

•o much a man, tanl par tele ; 

to be a-bed, etre au lit ; to go 

a-hunting. alter a la chasae, 
A« t. An, in, art. un, une. 
Aoaccaj Ibtk'l, a. (hot.) abaca, 

m. ^ [pule. 

Abacist, Ib'lslst, s. <fui aup- 
Aback, iblk'. adr. (mar.) en 

arriere, sur le mat. 
Abaction, tbik'shifn, s. (law) 

enlevement des bestiaujc, m. 
Abactor, Ibik'tSr, s. qui en- 
live des beatiaux par trou- 
Seaux. 
acus, Ib'lkSs, a. abaque, m. 
Abaddon, Ib'ldSn, a. ange 

exterminateur i enfer, B. 
Abaft J Ibifl', s. (mar.) poupe, 

f.; -, adv. vera la poupe, en 

arrikre. 
Abaisance, ibL'slnsc, s. r^i~ 

rence, f. aalut, m. 
Abalienate, tblde'ySnlte, v. a. 

(jnr.) aliener. 
Abalienation, IbLloySnl'shSn, 

a. alienation, f. 
Abandon, Ibln'dSn, v. a. aban- 

donner, se desister de; to - 

one's self, a' abandonner , ae 

Iwrer. 
Abandoned, IblnMSnd, adj. 

abandoiuiet miaerable , in- 
fame. 
Abandoner, ftbin'dSoSr, s. ce- 

lui qui abandomie. 
' Abandoning , tbtn'dSn^ng , 

Abandonjnent , Sbin'dSn - 

',. in}nt,s. abandonnement, aban- 

. *• dfln, m. [flbannation, f. 

ABannition, tbiiui1sh'8n,;.s. 

Al>aptiston, tblptlstdn, s. ft^ 

pan, m. [lite', f. 

A narcy , Iblr'sl , a. inaatiabi- 

Abare,tblre',T. a. mettre knut 

decouvrer.' '.. 
AbarticulatiOJi', IbSrt^kAll'- 

Engt, Freheh Diet. P. I. 



shSn, s. (anat.) abarticula- 
tion, f. 

Abase, tbLae', t. a. btdaaer, 
abaiaaer; raoattre, aviUr. 

Abasement, ibiae'fflSnt, 'a. 
abaiaaement, m. ddpreaaioHf 
humiliation, f. 

Abasb, tbish', t. a. dAoncer- 
ier, confondre. 

Abashed, Ibtshd', adj. de'con- 
certe, confut. 

Abashment, tbtah'mSnt. a. con- 
fusion, conaternatioH; hontt, f. 

Abatable, Ibf'tlbl, a<U. qu'on 
peutfaire nktoquer. 

Abate, iblte', t. a. abattrt, ra- 
baitre, rmkaiMer; diminuer; 
ftUre ceaaer , annuleri to - 
pride, rabaiaaer I'orgueil; to 
- the price, rabaiaaer le prix ; 
to- pain, apaiaer la douleur; 
— , T. n. a'abattre, diminuer; 
a arreter; a' ane'aniir , a'aj- 
faiblir. [jtbatellement, m. 

Ab.iteleinent. IbiM^lmSnt, s. 

Abatement| Ibltc'm^nt, s. di- 
minution, f. ajff'aibliaaement, 
retrancAemait ; rabaia, m. re- 
mise, f. 

Abater, IbWSr, s. qui diminue. 

Abatis, Ibi't^s, s. abatis, m. 

Abatures, Ibl'tshdros, s. pi. 
ahatturea, f. pi. [.chaine, f. 

Abb , ib , s. trame de lainc, 

Abba, tb'bt, s. phre, m. 

Abbacy, ib'btsi, s. dignite 
d'abbe': abbaye, f. 

Abbatial, tbbi'shtl, Abbatic- 
a],ibbit'^kil, adj. abbatial. 

Abbess, ib'bSs, s. abbease, f. 

Abbey, Ib'bl, s. abbaye, I. 
couvent, m. 

Abbot, ib'bSt, s. abbe', m. 

Abbotsliip, Ib'bStshIp, s. di- 
gnity d'abbe , f. 

Abbreuvoir , tbbrJvilr', a. 
abreuvoir, m. 

Abbreviale, Sbbri'yUle, t. a. 
abre'ger, raccourcir. 

Abbreviation, Ibbr ^TU'shSn, s. 
abre'viation, f. 

Abbreriator^ 4bbriTJi't8r, s. 



abreviateur, m. 

Abbreviature, tbbr^'TUlshire, 
fi. abre'viation, f. abre'ge, m. 

Abbrevoir, a. Abbreuvoir. 

Abb-wool, Ib'wSl, s. chaine,f. 

Abby, 5. Abbey. 

A 15 C, s. alphabet, m. 

Abdicate, Ib'diklte, v. a. ab- 
diquer, renoncer; de'poaaeder. 

Abdication, tbd^kl'sbSn , ab- 
dication, renonciafion, f. 

Abdicalivp, Ib'd^kit^v, adj. 
qui impliqne abdication. 

Abditive, Ib'dillv, adj. qui 
peut celer. [chette, f. 

Abditory, Ib'dit^r^, s. ca- 

Abdomen, Ibd&'miin, s. abdo- 
men, baa-ventre, m. 

Abdominal, IbdSm'^nll, Ab- 
dominous, IbdSm'^nSs, adj. 
abdominal. [jseparer. 

Abduce, IbdAse', t. a. retirer, 

^bducent,lbdi'sent, adj. (anat.) 
ahducteur. 

Abduction, ibdIfk'shSn, s. ab- 
duction, f.; enlevement, m. 

Abductor, ibd&k'l2r,s. (anat.) 
abducteur, m. [porter. 

Abear, ibire', v. n. irr. ae com- 

Abearance, Ibir'lnse, s. con- 
duite, f. _ 

Abecedarian, Ibis^dl'riln, ». 
qui enaeigne I'alphahet. 

Abpcedar>- , Ibisi'dlri , adj. 
abe'cedaire. [che'. 

Abed, ibid', adv. au lit, cou- 

Abelmosk , I'bSlmSsk, Abel- 
mosh,i'b9lmftsh, s. ambrette,f. 

jtbel-tree, I'biltr^, s. peuplier 
blanc, m. 

Aber, Ib'Sr, s. embouchure, f. 

Aberdeen^ tbirdiin', a. laber- 

dan, m. la'e'carter. 

Aberr, Ibtr', y. b. a*e'garer, 

Aberrance} u^rlnae , Aber- 
rancy, uXr'naai, §. e'gare- 
ment, m. erreuTf t. 
Aberrant. ibSr'rtnt, adj. er- 
rant.' a'ecartant. 
Aberration, lb?rrl'sh2n, s. 
egarement, m. aberration, er- 
reur, f. 

1 



ACC 



ACC 



m&dltenSsyS. convenance, con- 
yormitCf f. 

Accommodating, IkkSin'mS- 
dlt^nf, adj. aecommodant, 
ajustantf commode i fournia- 
8ant. 

Accommodation, tkkSmm&- 
dl'shSn, s. adaptation; ac- 
commodation, t.\ ajustement, 
arrangement^ m. convenance, 
conunodite', f.; logenient, m.; 
(mar.) — ladder, echelle de 
eonunandement, f. 

Accouunodator, IkkSmm&dl'- 
tSr, 8. qui accommode. 

Accompanable, Ikkim'plnlbl, 
adj. sociable, 

Accom.panier, ikk2m'piniSr, s. 
compagnonf camarade , m. 
compagnef t. 

Accompaniment^ tkkSm'ptni- 
rnSnt, s. accompagnement, m. 

Accompanist, tkkSm'ptn^st, s. 
accompagnateur, m. 

Accompany, ikk&m'pln^, y. a. 
accompagner; -, t. n. 8*a$80- 
cier, cohabiter. 

Accomplice, Ikkdm'plls, s. aa- 
aoci^f complice, m. 

Accomplish, lUcSm'pllsh, v. a. 
accomplir, exe'cuter, re'aliaer; 
achever. 

Accomplishable, tkkSm'pllsh- 

ibl, ad)' realiatable. 
■ Accomplished, ikkSm'pIlsh'd, 
adj. accompli, parfait, dis- 
tingue'. 

Accomplisher, IkkSm'pl^shSr, 
s. ifui accomplit, executeur,va. 

Accomplishing , , tkkSm'pllsh- 
)ng. Accomplishment, ik- 
kSra'pHshmint, s. accomplia- 
aement, m.; perfection, f. ta- 
lent, m. 

Accompt,lkkS8nt%8. compte,m. 

Accomptant, IkkSin'ttnt, s. 
ealculateur, arithme'ticien, m. 

Accord, IkkSrd', s. accord, m. 
union, sym^trie, t,\ of one's 
own — , de son propre gre'; to 
live in perfect — , vivre dans 
un accord parfait; to draw 
up an — , passer un accord. 

Accord, tKkSrd^y. a. accorder, 
ajusten -, ▼. n. s* accorder, 
s'ajuster, convenir. 

Accordable, tkkSr'dtbl, adj. 
qui est d* accord avec. 

Accordance, tkkSr'dinse, Ac- 
cordancy, tkkSr'dins^jS. con- 
formite, bonne intelligence i 
convenance, conformite, f. 

Accordant, ikkSr'dint, a<(j. ac- 
cordant, conforme a, pro- 
pre (i.^ 

According (to), tkkSr'd^ng, prp. 
sehn, suivant ; to go - to the 
times, s* accommoder aux cir- 
constances ; -^ as, selon que. 

Accordingly, tkkXr'dlngli, adr. 



conformement , convenable- 
ment, [.incorporer. 

Accorporate,tkk8r'i)iriie, t. a. 

Accorporation,lkk6rpirl'sh2n, 
s. incorporation, t. 

Accost. ikk6st', V. a. accosler, 
aboraer; approcher de ; to - 
one in a familiar style, parler 
a qn. aur un tonfamilter. 

Accostable , IkkSis'tibl, adj. 
abordable. \,accoucheur, m. 

Accoucheur, tkkSSshire', s. 

Accouchement, tkk83sh'mint, 
8. accouchement, er\fantement, 
m. 

Account, tkkSftnt', s. compte^ 
calcul, m.\ valeur, conside'ra- 
tion ; importance ; distinction, 
f. cos ; re'cit, detail, m.; cause, 
raiaon, f.j on -, a compte; for 
one's — , pour son compte; in 
one's -, a son avis ; on - of, a 
cause de; on that -, par cette 
raison; on your -, par rap- 
port <i vous : on, upon no -, 
en aucune manihre ; at all 
accounts, dans tous les cos; 
to balance an -, balancer un 
compte; to keep an -, tenir 
compte ; to keep accounts, tenir 
des livres ; to give an -, rendre 
compte ; to pass oh carry to -, 
porter en compte; to turn to—, 
tirer du profit de; to find 
one's — in, trduver son compte 
A ; to make - of, fairs cos de ; 
to gite an - of one's self, se 
signaler, ae distinguer ; to take 
— of, prendre note de; to take 
into -, mettre en ligne de, faire 
la part de. 

Accoimt. lkkS3nt% t. a. comp- 
ter, calculer; estimer, conai- 
derer, regarder j to — it, re- 
gardercomme; to — for a thing, 
rendre raiaon de qch.; -, T. n. 
supputer; rendre compte de, 
rendre raison de, itrerespon- 
sable. 

Accountability, tkkSflntlbll'- 
llh, s. reaponaabilite, f. 

Accountable, IkkSSn'tlbl, adj. 
responsahle. 

Accountableness, tkkSiu'ttbl- 
n?8, 8. responsahilite, f. 

Accountant, ikkifin'ttnt, s. 
chiffreur, ealculateur, m. 

Account-book, lkkSSnt'b23k, 
8. livrede compte, m. 

Accoimting, ikkS2n'i1ng, s. 
action de compter, f. 

Accouple, tkkSp'pl, t. a. ac- 
coupler, unir. 

Accouplement , IkkSp'plmint, 
s. accouplement, m. 

Accourage, ikkSr'r^c^e, y. a. 
encourager, animer. 

Accoitrt, IkkArt', y. Court. 

Accoutre, ikk38't3r, Y.a. accoum 
trer, e'quiper; orno'. 



Accoutrement, tkk33'tSrm2nt, 

8. accoutrement , equipage ; 

ornement, m. [.calmer. 

Accoy ,, ikkSI', y. a. adoueir, 
Accredit, ikkr^d'^t, Y.a. acere^ 

diter, mettre en re'putation. 
Accreditation, IkkrSd^tL'shSn, 

8. qui autorise a itre accre- 

dite (v. Credence). 
Accredited, tkkrld'^tSd, part. 

accredite, admia. 
Accrescent, tkkrZs'sSnt, a4j. 

croiaaant. 
Accretion, Ikkri'shSn, s. accre- 
tion, f. accroiaaement, m. 
Accretive, Ikkri'tiv, adj. crois- 
sant. 
Accrimination , tkkifmhii'- 

8h2n, 8. imputation, mccusa- 

tion, f. 
Accroach, ikkr&tsh', y. a. oc- 

crocher, saiair, usurper. 
Accroaclunent, ikkrotsh^mSnt, 

8. accrochement, m. 
Accrue, Ikkr33', v. n. accrottre, 

s^augmenter ; reaulter ; pro» 

duire. 
Accniment, Ikkr33'm3nt, s. ac- 

croissement, m. augmentation, 

1. 
Aocubation, tkkAbi'shSn, s. 

posture de celui qui est a asmi 

couche\ f. 
Accumb , lkk3mb% y. a. si'mp- 

puyer pour manger. 
Acciunbent. tkk3m'b2nt, adj. A 

demi coucke; -, s. oommat/^ 

sal, m. 
Accumulate, Ikk&'millte, y. a. 

accumuler , antasser ; to — 

money, entasaer de V argent i 

-, Y. n. s* accumuler, ai'enta*^ 

ser. 
Accumidation, ikkimJlU'sbSn, 

8. accumulation, f. entasse- 

ment, amas, m. 
Accumulative, Ikki'millt^Y, 

adj« qui s'aceumule. 
AccumulatiTely,*kk4'milittY- 

li, adY. par accumulation, 

cumulativement. 
Accumulator, ikk^'millur, t. 

qui accumule. 
Accuracy, Ik'kArlsi, s. exacti- 
tude, juatesse, f. soin, m. 
Accurate, Ik'klrlte, a^f- exact, 

juate, soigneux. 
Accurately, ik'klrlteli, adv. 

exactement. 
Aocurateness, tkHcArhen^s , s, 

exactitude, juateaae, correc- 
tion, f. 
Acciu'se, ikkSrse', v. a. matt- 
dire, anathematiaer. 
Accursed.ikkSrsd', adj. maudit, 

execrable. 
Accusable, IkkA'zftbl, adj. ac- 

cusable; coupahle. 
Accusant, tkkA'zint, s. acouaa^ 

teur, m. 



uitUr, prtvtniri diUh/rer, 

A^wdneii. Id' I'lldnli, i. ii. 
Adrocscy, ■d'lit^t, Adro- 



Affiiui^'fntj'jliu, •.!. wb^ 

Affi]i>tiDii.irniiPik)i,i. ^s- 

Af iiiiME, iriin'u^ ■: liffiiaS,', 

AHinea, IMlitd, 14. ^»<rj, 

AffiriD, irclrn', T. 1. iff^^cr. 



AdTOMlB.'id'VitlM, T. .. di£ 
Adrocatnbip . td'tlklUahlp, 

Adroutiaii, IdiiU'ihla, •. 

AaTdaliin,1diill'.U^ a. >». 

AdrolatinD,ldiil^ikl>,>. id. 

Advoulnr.UTl llrlr^. Aanviu 

aduUtrt. m. 
AdTOHtreH, Idilt'iilt, t. 

ftmnc adaUire. t. llire, m. 
aItouUt id.il^'lrt, 1. .dil- 



(nrton,ldTll'iSn,>. Udt. 



Aerial, '^^''(ij, tdj. lurini'. ' 

AerogMpliy, lliJ("l'*i "■ '^ 
A^lttu'tiAau. >. a^nlilhr, 
Aerolosf, llitl'lK, I. «ro^ 

AlroiuiincT^Llrt m'l n^, i. Ura^ 



AtlUtiaH, Irnl'ihin, i. »i^tl . 
Afflatut, lnl-iS.,1. »«:/;., D. 

AfiiiS, IralW, I, 1. ^fiigtr, 

AffliotednHi, Iralk^dnli, b 

iffiMlait, I. cliagrin, m, 
Afilicter, IMlli'lJr, ). ^-i -f. 
Xtl'fifltlan,lnni;->1ili>, •. <^ic- 

Afll'icfii/!''™'*''''' •E^^'- 
ABtnence,.U'((tiiii(, Afflncn- 



Aeroiuut, I'lrinliR, .. «n 

Aeiotc'qpT, Urlililiiil , >, al 

Aeroibi™ I'Srii'ii'^ •- ••nuu. 
Aero.t«tio, UrlidtlH,. id 

AROiUtiM'' II^^UiLb"' ; 

Aeitird,'t!'KrtnL 



AJ^nitatioD, IMnlUl'ikla 
AffTiu>clii>«, Iftcta'uhli, i. a. 



^^,." """ 



ic.lnlMpttk'ltll, 



■ ^ Inltil'dlilUl, 

lntJs!>'iir, I. pn^ 
>.<J..cl«.r, ml 
', In'iluliliablr, 

m. bi/ala. 

;! ''i«i<)']j''.iK 

;a,.. Stat 



lii-t)p»iilii. An- 



Atchiere, ^- ADlit«*s. 
Ate, ll< ptU. i/i 10 Bal 

AthatSc.MK.fii, , 
tical, Ittlli^ktl, •«. 

A^initiBidtr, ^itili 

fmlitt. 
Athroiu. I'lAlli, Id]. ■ 
Adiinl^lfMnf.idT.ii 
Allitete, Irt-I)t.>.>l* 
Atliletu, liMti^k, 14 

AtKwart. llAufcl', |ir». 



A-tip-toe, llU'ii, idi 

A tnoipbcrio, tiDil<rtr 
jnoiphericni, tuo&a 
Vli. altaotphmaut. 

Au>«,K;ili.,...f»~>, 

AtomicBl, lUm'ttll.i 
Atominn. M"'""- 

Atoii«ini*iit| iL&BB^Int 

AtonT>>l>>> (Bid)! 
AtO£ hip idt •■ * 



ibilanoiKiHM 1 

lui^ntnl 1 ilmls U 
■ntnui llrtmln 1 



lrd,.ilj.Mi«i 

tlji'ibils.iili.atnicf 
Ir. tlri-ilibK, Id. 






"t, lllliig'mlm, I 



eorromppr, gnUr. 
, llftm'plr , T. a. 

>te, lllt.-parl», T. 



i'l^llHtii'llhl, idj. 



Atten^«) tlltn-dlr, i. mn- 

Xtf five -, pr4lrr atiHilum. 
AttcnHve, tithtlT, id]. «(- 

Att^ntiVdr, tlilnllil), iih. 

AttmliTeneii', tuh'llinli , •'. 

AttHiunnClilfn'itBl. ntj. aiui 
Atlmnnte , luln'jlla , •. •. m- 

<nn'>"Di>.lilI°lW)>iIii, 9. 



Atnnab, Atlnean, lilKrklp, 
1. anuBiA. f. [tffliAf--. 

twit , Illfal', T. >. allrlir, 
tIMI, lulil', AllnMtinn, 
Itl^-Skll,!. aualalil-, I. 

ttnter. ll^Pllr, >. tfrnoia, m, 
tt!s, Inik, >. aui^Mt, n. 

tlio,ti^ii.'Attici>l,tllMl. 



Allln(«.tl'rtill«',f.«.'<»iiii* 

AtliTF, tlltre', T. i.vAlr.iur 
Attire, lllln', •. t^irmtml, • 

Attitle,'lui^l71^EulU■. 
Attitnde, tltilJ^a, a. •uilin 
Aftollui.'lutntiit, i.faH 



'^Sri 



AitTMliait, lltrl 

AtmntiTe/lutll 

ImaHf, ■»nyai 



Attmlient, ll'lrli 
Attnptlttrlp'.T.i 
Attmpprd, liirl 

Attmolatian, tu 

Attribntable/tiiJ 

Att^iSbi^ llU^'f .«i, .. .. .. 

Attribute^ ft-u'bita, >. ui 



Attribi 



., r/pu. 



Itlr)bl;>faiii, I 

-irtT, •ay 



Attrite, tUrJM, tdJ. W p»r 
AtlntfnSM, lurllt'iili, .; 'ti- 



Atwun, Itwtu', lii. fniJaii 
Atvnfin, lUrllB', Atwisl, 1 

irtlut', t, l(lwseii, Btlndil. 
AtvrD.llH' i4<. niMix. 
Anbfld^ linUa', k aubudtj 
Anbin, WiHn, I, mtbia, m. ■ 
Anbum, Iw-blcD , >. tL 11 

h^n vMnr, cMdtaui clmif, 
AboUoh, lw]Miia,a.u«iL'l 



Angmeol, iw-mJnl, _Ai«inen- 

AuumentAlire, IftguH'LitlT, 
AuKmenlet, JusntB'ltr, i. 

A^nilion, lwi|lrl'9l.it>, >. 



K-mJ. 



MxJi fmcaa, cntar if«i- Augiuit, Iii'|J«, J. "oA, n. 
COB, m. , AuKllstJltli, lirilil-Dla. 9, ma. 

AncHp«M>n,,liikl|>l->biD, >. I /.>(>; [. 

Au4iu:ioiu, iwdl'i'bii, idj.! AiiJic, WAi, lii. autiiiae , di 
Audaciauiy. liiiU'iiiiil(,iili. IauLi, Ird, i, Bimr, f. 



Auipinuus, iwspiiii-ai, tdj. 
A\U)/ic\.o«Aj , ImpllU'lill, 

Bnauiri/4, t. [tmre. 

Anilerf . 1«i1k'. .«. «-/J«, 
Anilavrr, ImUn'U, lAi. owe 

Aailnenoi , Imttra'ati , Ao- 

Aiutiii'liv?rir'>^'^'*'> •• 
Am tmClmS'.'i^"^ wi™f. 

Aullit"(i°."ui*»ii'ilk. An- 
UiPBticar, IviHalJlifl , >«. 

AntbenticaMVr^ntn^kuil 

Antbmtic^iuuriwlUinlkll- 

A^wnl^^nw^tnlUl., 

Lu(il™t;cit r ,*"i5*fC3rtirf. 

Anthenticnr,,, IwlAl.W 

nil, t. ^li^iitM, I. 
Auiliar, h'lUi.t.MUiiir, m. 
Autlioreia, WMAt, i. /nuH 



tuna loiti-t tU ioiw rourcB 1 \tiurti 

lohiTi-U, llrt muuriti ii »fi«r, 

AathmiziitLOn,lw(i(lrlil'>h9o, ^S^ 

AuthonHibmlriia.i.i. 'an- ^j7„ 

Authon'Up.lw'tflnlilp^.'rKci- ' ^'*" 

lUilTmuttMrtprojmiond'ait- 1^ ^_ 

ADtoSiom^r. iir'iti'iini- t ^i 

Aaf«i«iT,hnM?ri"l,'' ""w- ]^ ,_ 

AvtOOMtlc, llrtlfcrll-llt, **J. "i ™^ 

Aui(^d^%irt£5tfir>''«""^ *•'"• 



Aatomatoo^ hnln'mllli, •<]- 

AalomniiTi.lwtla'fB', a. <"'<<- 
Antopiy, Iw^UfJ, '- l^ii.) 



tutitltmJ; nuJUAiT (dreei, l _ 
pL nvaMB riHTiJuirfV. f- pi. 

AthIMtU^i. owoiw, ID. 

A-nul, iTUf, (. 1. M a. .ftiwrr- 
nr, niitf t Hnilr, /m ml't, 
njfirf I It naUi hHUmi, iila 

ATvtS^.lilla'iu, idj. «€•*• 

■if/rw; rSfiaeiU, t. 
AniUblT. iTUrlbi). tdr. 



BauU'll"l>tsll»-, 
Bugging, bli'tlm 



"ft'"; t^iditCi-idi 



B^piper, blj'plpi taldneij. btwld-Lii 

Ifllilrib, bIwid'Tib, 



per, i»« p.p. — -- — J --- , — ■ ;■ 

liildi!<:,lilwM-i1k,>. t-idr 



BailiUjIe, 



111,1 mitirt, f, [«ifn 



Ml-iirl», ,. B. i 



.f:'*^!';. 



Biikei, liltir, I. 



Inllnnii, bl 

IrIW. blrilH. I. (mr.) i 



, inu/angmc, ' Ialliiiting,btul>11ns,' •. 

kinii , bl'kli! , kiI1° t, bll'Lll, 1. ii/bf, &. 

mrc auJOuri InllilW, btrjIitrtT, >. BlJu 






r.; ^auilitrti hil billot, bll-lll, 

iMNirr#)r turptat boaU jwuf voi 

^•m, a. infancu lallot, blinli, < 

Baluoe, bin»ii« 
patr, eonJreha 

JWanOM.blntnjl 



lullotaticu], bllliiL-ibSii. 



. Engl, e-rinct Did. P. I. 



m 



Bennie,' bli^c1dl>, i. 



filalr, Ui ■ 






Brilifer, bllai'lr, ■. paruur, 
Brip|rill(.'br1ii|^ni, 'i. i«^ 

Biwi^^'nldi, tdj. nfiT. 

ton, r, ' 
Bnnk, bnaflr, i' ^i^, m^i n^. 

tt aat'i nin , tin i> U vrItU 

Briif, brb«, >. /acAjr*, (. 

VAiS, iAtk, >. 1. u ^ ■■>, ^1. 

B^rt, kVttl, •. Do/lrini 
ItTim «iiHO. ;■) trtil»l, a. 
BniUr, iAOnt, a<l>. «>»>. 

BRiluieH,'l^A^,'i. vim- 

M^ A tammtitr, t. 
Kiltie biMl, 1. 1. M n. nfh 

twr. ndrttttr; M A^irfcr. 
Diudit-Iik^brTi'dllka, i4.«. 

Briitl7,Mi-rfi,V|.«>iw«-iJ' 

Brite. blltB, t* *- dntnlf *np 
Britt fc.jtjfrB . rtj.^h. /«- 

BAUrTbiSi'l*, •*'. >"• "f-i- 

nrize. briiih ■■ (BM, ■. 
BKMoh, hriub, •. »r«jii 

BrQACb,br4lih,T.a, fnv^rofAA-j 
EafC, Frmich Did. P. I. 



-■-■ia'-'bS,! 



ilt'llrkllt. I. 
ill'llncUa, *. 









Ik'ilmili, 



57 



'l!,*k3r^llir, 
■nnllr, tlr^llll.i 



Cmthii, dri&, I. t. (inir.) o«. „ , , . — 

CtHfr', tirili', '•. EBTpiiri, Cnnuiliaii.'tlnk'diiia, 

C«w, 'itjltr', 'awir •«! Cnnwrnl,.. cirat™ '°"'" 
CuTFtnl.klnMlJ, •dj. HJfMiv,. ufiiii.r' CciSarMj'. 

■flmfi/'i cireoMiptel. CnrnHiDi, k1r^t«,i<U.iiAaniH, 

CmrtuUY, kln-HlIl, *«t. »f. Ci<niw,dr'ii(,i.(.4i.}r>K«fc,l. 

..«.»;^r ..~J.^«m«u. n-nifr hlF-^*It .... .^.^ 



-Iflrr 



Tiil, klr^hll, : 



iHif''. I. ' ' Cnnivoruni, klnilVtVa>, (41. 

Cnn|l»Hlr,'k£^l>. •<••" 




CnieMine, kiHkiMiMr, i. Cntp.kiip.t mj7«, i.i Tsnit 

luWfahin, r. [au-iHUam-. -,'.carpfmii, m. 

Cnricatiiiv, Urlktukltr', T. I. Cnru, kCp, t. o. mmrrr, 

CuicKtamt, klr(kluli!3i^n-, t^nruv. [pimliir.m, 

CanSDiu, lli'lA, >dj. ou-i- CanimlrT, klTpinlrt, i.atiir. 

Gann.tfc'illi.CnioritT, kU Cnpn, ilc'plr, a. cHil'wc, 

tiiirhr, u airU, I. Cupat, klr-pli, ■. iBfiii, m.^ 

Cariou, kl-rtfa.adf.M-itu, ta. to b* »■ u. apoi >kg -, 

nonrH. «r* tar J» fulf. 

C«rk;*l^..»iri,«i<ri, ■. Cui»t,,Ur^n, t. t, M/riwr. 



■Ilir, •. «» liti c^Mi'i, r. Cnrroniide, kii^ldt', >. ««- 

CurininntivE, klnii1ii'l(3i, 4dJ, luuft, (. [d'siH e«irnfi>, n. 

(m«d.> ctrminilif. Carroon, klrrlSn', ■. lumira 

Cainint,kln>li>B',i. unnii.B. Cunit,kli-r)l,i. eir^'f. r. 

Cunatia • klc'iil'le , ■■ eomut^ CurotUKH , kli'rlttnli , •. 

C«rnB\,\l^B\\', t. ctimmtL to- CacTOtT, klr^l), Klj.'niu- 

Cuniilitt, kirslllu, ■.!»»> inn, niu. 

iiJuni', m. CaiTT, klr-ri, 1. 1. el n. /mr'T, 



Cvr>--'lale, llr-ihllt, i. mp- 

Viai, kSrt^ S. 1. «"'' rfo™r," 

Cnrtsge. Vln-t*le. .. erw A 
Caite-bJiinrJie, MrlUIuli', >. 

Cnrtel, Iilil1l',i' cmrlrl, d/fi, n. 
Carter, UlTlr, ■. cA.rnlia; 

CuChntian , tlrlitl'iblB , g. 

Carl-Lcnie, lilil'lilrao , b. e*e- 

Cart-liauiE , bln'bilie, i. ian- 

CMtifsge, rtr'iJiTdiX 'vS^iO 
CnctUaginous. kicliltill'iii)), 

Cnrt'lniirunliil^, 

ii, tlnitSii' 

€art4h»^, 'klrrAi/,™- "^ 

CnrtldllTT , OlTrtlllri , ■. oar- 

Oirt-Jwuf, *lrl%l, >. ojS'miii A 

C«t-vl>ee^, bifCkwHl, (. rsuc 

Cirtwr^ht.rfrt'ltriM, .. Sari 
CunmclF, klr'IigU, >. Ii 



Carrntldei.liliTHi'Jrii, 



CatUnefi,' tls'ilalu, i. 'pi. 

^OttHglKttH, t. pJ. 

GaiUiinri ni'ilat, i. etnc 



Cuti^atiou, kbll^VilU, •. 

Ca.tigiitor * Siiffi^'i.* fal 
Culigaton, lcli'tl|li^rwU. 




Cuircl, nuleril, k(^i4l, t. 



Canlin, MtUUi', •. em-Uir, 




Cnrem*^ 1 klv'onid , 1 

CaTVU;, Uillr'. >. auiiar, m. 
GiTil , klill, •. citicox, i-l>ii. 

IM,t. 
CktS, ktrll , T. 1. ti B. etica. 

•ur.ptfiiaW. »i>Aulif>rr. 
CiiTillntion, klTlSll'ihlii, >. 

CnTmnv Uilnlr, I. 'ckU^r, 

CimriiiiElT, ^■•^■aa^^i'. 
CHTillau, ItiU-lli, >«. cap. 

Ca"a\o\antu ,\tAvanl>, t. 



Cur™™. '■ Ciimiii. 

C«ltu)«il)',il«'jM),ili. (BU 

CMh^ SSHiuCi- a/tU/, I. 
Gi™fifiicr,ttkl-ikUiHl,<.>H. 

Ci-dnr, it'dlr, 1. cMiv, i^ 
GhIv, •. I. n^^ rritart. 
CiMllllil, •Idlllt, .. nUiVJt, I. 
CMtnit, il-ilcll, •. ed&u, m. 
Gedrine.il'ilrbf, idj. dieidrt. 
Ceonaui , il'dlli, idj. « u f '<- 

Oiliiit, tdc'l*!, ■. plafand.ia. 
CelMiui^, sil-lMilrt. ■. g- 

Ubrrr, Klr>,i.i«r. 
Criiilirnlinn , alltbrl-sdai. 



CHA 



62 



€HA 



chamftigHon. m. i 

Chaiiipion,UhtiB'pl2B, a. ckam- 
- pion , comluilt*Ht , tufenaeur, 

m. 
Champion, tshtm'piSn, t. a. 

Jefier au combat, donner un 

cartel. 
Chance, tahliise, r. hasard. m. ' 

cJtancr, t. accident, Di.: bj -, 

par hatard; -of arm!*, aort 

dft armea, m.; to take one's -, . 

kaaarder, riaquer; -, adj. <i('- 

cidentely/ortuil. 
Chance , lih4n<:e , t. a. arriver, ' 

avenir. aurvrnir. 
Chanceahle. tshliue'lbl, adj. 

j'orluit. accidfnifl. ' 

Chanceful, tshin^eTdi. adj. /lu- 

aardfUT. l^aMCtuaire. m. 

rhiincel , t$hln'ft9l . s. cancel. 
ChanceUor . khln'«?llor , s. . 

chanceJier . m. ; lord hich -. ' 

frojtd choficelier. m.: -of the 

eioheqaer, minialrr dea ^fi- 

nancra. m. 
Ch.incellortihip . t.«hln'««ll2r 

l^ip. s. JifnitrJr chanc'fli^r.t. 
Cliance-mfJif\ , ti^hln-'e'niill^. 

». hcmi cidf I n 1 1* /o ri r.i I r I* . m . 
Chancenr . i*hiB'*trJ . *. *■***»- 

ctilfrie, f. ^"1. 

Ch.^ncre. <hini:L'tr. *. ^-hAurrr. 
t'hancrou^ . >hiD(k'r&» . adj. 

•'^An.'r/k.r. 
Ch.)ndeIier.sLtod)]j^r'.*..tf/rri'. 

%'AJiJe^ahrf . u. 
diAniilcr. t>hlBJ'i£r.». {hA*»Jf- 

ChAniill*^ry.t>)it&i ieri.«. ciiA-.- 
C-hADtin .:«LtkiB di). «. r*i,ifv.,i .^ 

r.-« Pfrrt Jtt .'\AK~Srt.et m. 

.-f-jA^tf': \k« - \* a) yai . /« 

lA..' 'Jlf I.' - .!( ;. Ak:(Aa».'i. 
«-f»i.«^-iir ^ 4, .M^t U - *«* » 
V..xi : t ia,ftr i' i,k .t 

.'.f-i.1 f :-tmt . .L. y,l.J.A.«.: 
i -.If.-iy.I^aMU.If 4. 

i}},t.i^*M^h^ . .>.i«.vf tswf . fca«. 

a' i.i« i«.i<i ..-f'v •i-;./.i.''m.«..; 

CJWjy&^fjIlui^- x.!*!' : n 14. <w »f- 
W ill. 



tTune riviere, m. ; cannelure 

(d'une colonne). f. [/^r. 

Channel, tjhln'oel, t. a. eanne- 
Chansonnette, tshtns%nB?t', s. 

cfiansonnelte, f. ilodie, f. 

Chant, tshint, s. chant, m. me- 
Chant, tsbSat, t. a. et n. ehau' 

ter ; reciter ; ce'lehrer. 
Chanter.tshlD'tar, s. chantre, m. 
Chanticleer , tshin'tJkl^Jr , a. 

cotfy m. [m. intonation^ f. 

Chanting, tsbin'tln^, s. chtint, 
Chantress, txbln'ir^s, t.ehan- 

teuae, cantatrice, f. [riV, f. 
Chantry , tsbln'trJ , s. chantre- 
Chaos/ki'is, s. chaoa, m. con- 

im.*it*n, f. \confua. 

rfiantic. klSl'ik, adj. chaotitjue. 
Chap. t<bflp, s.j'ente. crex'aaae, 

percure , f. ; marchand ; gar- 

i^on . individu . m. ; cbap«, pi. 

miichi^ire. I. 
Chap, t-hfp . T. a. et n.fendre, 

crrva'aer. entr'auvrir; aej'en- 

dre : marehandrr. 
Chai>e. lohipe , a. attache, t. 

crampon. B. 
Chapi'l.Ublp'?!, a. chapelle, f.: 

- of ease. tu,'cur/a!e. f. 
Chapel. !>hlp'ri, ^. a. et b. de- 

/•t>fer dan* unt t:ftape!le : 

ytntT.'^ ,faire rA.j;v.'.V. 
Chapt'Iesi, Uiklpe'l?*, adj. aama 

attache. 
Chapell.tnv . isblp'pill^BJ , «. 

chafrJ.'e .t'efltre, t. 
Chapelrv. t>bip pJlr*. «, /nr*- 

.n. '/!.») J\:f ik.*}eUe. t. 
Ch.tperon. >hittAr&D'. «. c^ape^ 

Ch.ipf.tllcn. i«h*i« rliB. adJ. ^1-- 
I'hikpiirr, uhlj' hit, >. c\,ipt- 

ChApl.iin, Ubi|>Jiu. *. %'haftt^ 

ChAplaiHihiit. iibl)« J^Mhtp, *, 

.■t.*i'<t.fxit . i. •»'_»».■* Je .•*.*- 

OU*p)*'»«, ivb^p ^i*, a^. /«t 4 

i'h*|Orl. likkljf jvl. *. .-lAt-t.it, 

Wi. j«.'.«t,.H f. 
1 h A I' -4U AU , 1> ». t i' A-. 1» , f . 4.-1/^ 

:««•.'. .'tA.A*.4 '<M. 

Cha|UM.%Hi^ . l^tily mIm^ , *. 

s. a)./*.- . . .. wik.UAi..--.' i 

l" h A| JT it . »»A J / i . a 4>- If ^'■^ 

CkkA|>> . *>.)l)^*, > .'«A/v.<..' I <.-•.' 

iJkk^lrJ. **»lf 4I:- K ;fA.V«r« 
*ir.". ' •* *'■»* * - • «■;■•*■■-■ ."<•■*- 

l...-« [•M.uLJur .■.i.*,< vrr 

1 ^. Jic • '.J*! : ■ »- , u. c II- - . ■ • ,- • i-i.« 

u ''4N.r/hi^'. :.(»•. Kji.r'. 'ii./ I 



(ere, m.; Uure, tferilt 
putatioH, remo mmA f ff.; rafr, 
peraonnagej b. ; eumttitiam: 
deacription, t peiatturef f.f bf 
tbe - , fOM le nom 7 ktt it a 
man of -, c'e#f m hmmme 
d'honneur ; to be a -, Arv a 
originml ; to (iTC a bad — , 4m- 
ner de muuivau remaei^ar- 
menta. 
Character, ktrlktlr, ▼. a. tm- 
preindre , imprinter, trmeer. 
Characteristic , klrtkt^risllk, 

- Characteristical , ktrtkiMa' 

tikii, a^. emraele'riatufme. 
Characterize, klr'lkilrli*, t. a. 
caracte'ri^er. depriaadrr. 

. Characterless, klr'llBliili^ m. 
aana cmractire. 
Character^ , ktr^iSrl , 1. 
marque, impreaaiaam, t. 

, Charade, shtride', s. ekarmde, f. 
Cliarcoal,tshin&le, a. ekmrlim 

de hoi*, m. 
Chard, t«blrd, s. cmrde^ f. 

. Charge , tabarje , s. chmrgm, f. 

/ardeau : aoin. m.: gmrwh me- 

cuaation, demaatde, f. mrdrt^ 

emploi. m.; mttmque,t.\ lolaka 

-of, i»^ charger de, •voir ana 

de : rbarf es, pi. frmisj m. fH.i 

»t-o(.aurJraia de, maurde- 

jyena ae. 

Charge . tshlije , t. a. ckmrger, 

impoaer : eottper; g i e ve n ■»- 

jiundre: acCMter; m tlmf m er ; 

demander: atttrihuirt •«»—«■* 

«iih a crise. mccmaerfm.J'mM 

crime: 10 - by oalb, mdj a a tr 

par aerment : Ut—imomt, maet- 

tre aur le ^^rnpte de am. 

Ol^rjieaMe. i^blKitbl, a4- « 

thmrfe. diapemdaeur: cccb- 

rhar^AMblea^s , tahSr^jlUifc^ 
». t\-a»t. iB.pl. Je'pemtet, f.pL 

I h;trK<MM^ . i«lilr'jlbU,adT. i 
f >vi».t> ¥r-aia. Ip niditmr . 

0KAr««^tfu1.tobKnertl. adi. ab- 

(* h ar^y- hou*e. t»blije'h8laib>. 

*.v./ f«T*»Fe, f. 

l'i»«r*VT.uh»T jlr. *. grmatdplmU 

.■i.-«>4< iv haaaille, a. 

Ci»*Ii^ . 1*fci>»U, adT. MMC 

f.V'W^.M^/. a'Mfmem a emt ml . 

.bjin.v- f *Ai«. n. 
i.)kAi4 40l . i«.3hIrT)Ei. s. dkmriHt 

%'\ui-^%. 4WbtrYi8i,T. ■- ra 

iM 1.;'.* I.V.W.. ♦»«tT mCM. adj. < 

Vk 4. , s , i.V IX . <WWk i^ZMt . adv. 

1..^. .f<..>.'ii.i.^M., .M». r. pi* 



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Coinbing-cloth, kh'vaiDgkltth, 

8. peignoir, m. tcrSte. 

Combless, k&me'lSs, ad), tana 
Comb-maker, kSmo^mikSi^, s. 

fabricant de peignea, m. 
ComburgesB , kSmbSr'jSs, s. co~ 

citoyen, m. lenfeu. 

Combust . kSmbSst', adj. (astr.) 
Combustibilit3r.kSmbastlb1ri- 

ihf 8. combtutioilit^ f. 
Combustible, kftmbSst'tbl, adj. 

eombuatible. 
Combustibleness , kSmbbt'Jbi 

n%s, 8. combuatibilite J f. 
Combustion, kSmbis'tahSn, s. 

combtuiion^t. embragement,m. 
Coine^ kSm, part, de to Come. 
Come, kim. t. n. in*, venir, 

arriifer; aevenir; proc^der; 

to -, a venir, futur; tb() 

timbs to -, Vavenir; to - 

aJ>oat , arriver , te /dire ; 

changer ; to - after , suivre ; 

to - again, revenir; to - 
' along, » en vaiir, marcher ; to 

— at, atteindre f parvenir^ ob~ 
tenir; to -away, e^en venir, te 
retirer j to — back, revenir ; to 

— by, paseerpar; »e procurer! 
ob tenir ; io " Aoym, aeacendre; 
to - forward, a'tmancer, %e pre- 
senter ; to — in , entrer ; arri- 
ver a ; a'introduire, servir a ; 
to — in for , prdtenare h; Xo - 
into, entrer ^anat e^expoeer; 
conaentir, approuver; to - into 
the world, naitre; to - near, 
t'approcherde; to -next, eui- 
vre immediatement ; to — of, 
tirer son origine de, en arri- 
ver ; to — off, a* eloigner de ; ee 
tirer d^aj^aire ; to - off from, 
laieaer., ahandonner; to - on, 
tniancer, a'avancer; proape- 
rer; io — ontf aortir, paraitre; 
devenir public, deouter ; to - 
ontwith, laiaaer e'chapper, Id- 
cher; aecouvrir; to — orer, 
traversers «'«« allerf a'^ever, 
diborder ; to — to , parvenir ; 
ae rendre ,• conaentir i to - to 
misery, itre r^duit k la miaire; 
to — to pass, arriver, avenin 
to — np, croltre, monter; ae 
montera, a* Clever h ; a* appro- 
chert to - up with, attetndret 
to — upon, totnher aur, atta- 
^uer; to - to one's self, 'repren- 
dre aea eaprita, revenir d aoi. 

Cornel kftra, int. allona! 

Comedian, k&mi'ditn, s. come- 
dien, m. [f. 

Comedy, kSm'm^dl, s. eom^die, 

Comeliness, kEm'l^nls, s. beau- 
ts, grace, t. 

Comely, komOi , a4i« gracieux, 
iieenti eonvenable; -, adv. 
avee gr^ce, decemment, hon- 
nitement. Cm- 

Comer, kSm'SryS. venant, venu, 



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Comestible, kSmmisnibl, adj. 

corneal ible , mangeable ; - , 8. 

comeatible, m. 
Comet, kftm'U, s. comhte, t. 
Cometary, kSm'lttre, Cometic, 

kSmSt'^k, adj. com^taire. 
Cometograpliy, kSmmiti&g'rlfi, 

s. cometoeraphie , f. 
Comfit, kom'nt, s. confiture 

aeche , f. [_confiaeur , m. 

Comfit-maker,k2m'f1 tmiikflr, a. 
Comtiture,k2m'lit8hAre,s. con- 
fiture, f. 
Comfort, kSm'firt, s. aecoura, 

m. aaaiatances conaolation , f. 

agrement, m. 
Comfort, k<lm'f8rt,T.a. conform 

ter, fortifier, conaoler. 
Comfortable, kBm'fHrtlbl, adj. 

confortable , conaolant, agre- 

ahle, a aon aiae. 
Comfortableness, kSm'fiSrtibl 

nis, s. agrement, m. aiae, f. 

bonheur, m. 
Comfortably, kSm'fSrtlbl), ady. 

conunode'inent, agr^ablement. 
Comforter, kSm'fartSr, s. con- 

aotateur, m. 
Comfortless, kSm'fSrtlls, adj. 

inconaolable, de'aagr^able. 
Comfortress,kim'fSrtr28,8. con- 

aolatrice , f. 
Comfrev, Comfrr, klm'frJ, s. 

grande conaoude, f. 
ComiCj kftm'^k. Comical, kftm' 

Ikll, adj. comique ; dr6le,J'a- 

ce'tieux. Zmiquement, 

Comically, kSm^kilU.adv. co- 
Com^icalness , kSm'IkllnSs, a. 

comique, m. ptaiaanterie, f. 
Coming, k&m'ing, s. venue, ar- 

rive'e, f. 5 -, ad^.J^utur, a ve- 
nir j pr^t ti venir, enclin* 
Coming-in, kSm'Ingln, s. re- 

venu, m. rente, f. 
Comity, k&m'k^, s. politeaae, f. 

aavoir-vivre, m. 
Comma , kSm'ml , s. virgule, f . 
Command, kftmmlnd', 9. com- 

■mandement , ordre , m. ; 1 am 

at yonr-, je auia a voa ordrea; 

to have the - of one's self, ae 

poaatfder , ae maitriaer. 
Command, k6mmind', t. a. et 

n. comnuuider, ordonner, gou- 

verner. 
Commandant, k^mmlndlnt', s. 

commandant, m. 
Commander, kSmmtn'dSr, s. 

commandant, general, chej,m. 
Commandery, kSmmWd&ri, s. 

commanderie, f. 
Commanding, kSmmin'd^ng , 

adj. commandant, impoaant. 
Commandment , k&mm%nd' 

milnt,8. commandement, ordre, 

pr^cepte, m.\ the tei^ com- 
mandments, de'calogue, m. 
Commandress, kSmmiAa'ris, s. 

aouveraine, t. 



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Cominark, kftmmirk', s. /ron- 

tiere, f. 
Comma terial, kSmmlti'rill , 

adj . de la^ mime nuttiire, 
Couunateriality, kimmttirill' 

^tl, 8. identite de matikre, f. 
Commatism. kftm'mttism, s. 

atyle coupe, m. 
Commeasurable, kSmmlzh'irt 

bl, T. Commensurable. 
Commemorable, kftmmlm'&rl 

bl, adj. memorable. 
Coimnemorate, kimmSm'&rlte, 

T. a. comtndmorer. 
Commemoration , kftmm%m& 

ri'shSn , s. commemoration ; 

ce'lAration, f. 
CommemoratiTe , kSmmlm'l 

rlt^T, adj. commAnoratif, 
Commence, kftmminse', t. a. et 

n. commencer ; debuter t de- 
venir {to - doctor, paaaer doc- 

teur. 
Coimnencement , k^mmSnse' 

m2nt, s. commencement, m. 
Commend, kftmmind', ▼. a. 

louer.vanter, prSner ; -receni- 

manaer. 
Commendable , kSmmSnd'ibl , 

adj. reoommandable, louable. 
Commendableness , kimm%n' 

dlblnSs, s. ^tat d'etre recom- 

mande', m. convenance, f. 
Commendably, kftmmSn'dlbl), 

adT. louahlement. 
Commendam, k&mmSn'dlm, s. 

commende, f. 
Commendatary. kSmmSn'ditt 

r}, 8. commandataire, m. 
Commendation , kSmmSnd^' 

8hSn,8. recommandalion, lou- 

ange, f. 
Commendatory, kftrnmla'di 

t2r^, adj. n la touange de ; — 

letter, lettre de reconunanda- 

tion, f. 
Commender, kSmm^n'dar, s. 

louangeur, proneur, m. 
Commensal, kftmmSn'sll , s. 

commenaalf m. 
Commensality, kftmm«nsll'«t«, 

s. aociete de table, f. 
Commensnrability , kdmmin 

shirtbll'^tl, s. commenaurabi- 

lite, f. « « •» 

Commensurable, kSmmin'sha 

rtbl, adj. commenaurable, pro- 

portionni. 
Commensnrableness, kSnunin' 

sh^rlblnSs, y. Commensnrabil- 
ity. 
Commensurate , kSmaSn'shA 

rite, T. a. reduire a unemeaure 

commune, proportionner. 
Coimnens'urate, kSmmin'shi 

rite, adj. proportionn^, ^gal. 
Commensurately, kSmrnSn^shl 

rltell, adT. proportionn^. 
Commensnration , kSmmSnshd 

rl'shSn, s. proportion, f. 



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romissorial, kSinpr&mfs 
ill, adj. ifui a rapport a 
^trnpromU. 

roinit, kftm'promlt, t. a. 
prontettre. 

roTincial , kSmprlttn' 
, a^. delamime province. 
t. kSAnt, 8. compte, m. 
tible,kS&n'Ubl,a<llj. comp- 
el reaponaahle. {.troler. 
trol, kSntrAll', t. a. con- 
troler, kSntri'lSr, s. con- 
mr, m. ^ * t • 

.trolership , kSntrJ'lftr 
, s. charge de controUur^ 
ntendance, t. [adj. force. 
nlsatire , kSmpfl^l'slt^v , 
idsatively, kJmpai'sitlv' 
»dT. par jorce , par eon- 

lulgatory, kSmpSl'sltSri, 
eontraignant, forqant. 
lulsion, k6mpSFsh2Dj s. 
rainte, violence, t. 
«liive,kftmp8l'stT,v.Com- 
•tonr. [CompnlsatiTely. 
ulsively, kSmpSrulvli, v. 
lllsoiT) kimpai'sSri, t. 
ipalsatory. 

minction, kSmpSngk'shSn, 
otnponetion, contrition, (. 
nnctious,kimpSngk'sh2s^ 
eontritf repentant. 
tunctiTe , kSmp&ngk'tlT, 
^ni cauee des remords. 
mrgation, k^mpilrgi'shSn, 
tMtiJication par leaerment 
I auire, t. 

•nrgator, kSmpSrg&'tSr, s. 
tin ifui prouve par ser- 
t tinnocence d'un autre, 
[^calculable. 
lutable, kSmpA'tibl, adj. 
tatate, kSm'pAtlte, ▼. a. 
pUr,aupputer. 
lUtation, kSmpltl^sbSn, s. 
Wmtation, f. compte, m. 
wte. kflnpAte', -V. a. comp- 
cmlculer. 

nter, kSmpjI'tSr, Com- 
iat, kSm'pitlst, a. ealeu- 
KT, m. trade, m. 

ade, k&m'ride, a. cama- 
kSn , fl. centre ; pro and -, 
r et centre. 

kSn , Y. a. apprendre par 
trtfrapp^r. 
unerate, konklm'Ante, t. 
o^tur. C>kSn, a. vo£te. f. 
uneration . kftaktmm' 
atenate, kSnklf^U, t. 
mekafner, li^ aufmkle, 
itenatioiMEftBkttbi'alilB, 
ueJk»6umunt, ai.} tueeet- 

aration, kSagklTl'abSa, a. 
m de rendnt eoncav*, f. 
are, ktmg'ldr*, a^j. eoa- 

t, OTMUX, 



Concarenesa , ktngltlyenh, 

Conca-vity, kSngkfV'Ati, a. 

concavity , t. 
Concavo-concare, kSng'kUi 

kSng'klTe , adj> concave de 

deux cot/e. 
Concavo-con-vex, kSng^kUi 

kSn'viks, adj. concave d'un 

cote' et eonvexe de l^ autre. 
Concavous, kftng'klvSa, adj. 

concave. [en concave. 

ConcaTOUsl7,k8ng'ktT8sU,adT. 
Conceal, kSos^le', t. a. celer, 

cacher, diaeimnler. 
Concealable, kSosile'lbl, adj. 

qu*onpeut cacher. 
ConceaiednesR, kSns^lidnSs, s. 

secret , m. ohacurite, f. 
Concealer, kftnai'lSr, a. qui 

cache, receleur, m. 
Concealment, kSna^le'mSnt, a. 

rec^lement , m. ; retraite , ca~ 

chette, f.; in -, en cachette. 
Concede, kSnsJde', t. a. con" 

ce'der, accorder. 
Conceit, kSn'ske, a. conception, 

pensee , ide'e, opinion, idee 

fantaaque; vanite , t, entite- 

ment, m.\ oat of - with, dee- 

enchante de ; to be of a qaick 

- , avoir la conception vive. 
Conceit, kSnslte', t. a. a'ima- 

giner, p enter, eroire. 
Conceited, kSnsi'tSd, adj. inui~ 

gine, recherche' ,\ vain , pre- 

somptueux. 
Conceitedly, kSnai'tSdl) , adv. 

d*une maniere fantaaque. 
Conceitedness, kSnai'tedn^s, s. 

amour propre , m. vanite, 

preaomption, f. 
Conceitless , kSnsUe'lSs, adj. 

aana idee, atupide. 
Conceivable, kSnal'vlbl, adj. 

con cevah le , intellig ib le . 
Conceivableness. kSnsl'Tlbl 

nJs, s. poaaibilite d*€tre conqu, 

qualite de concevoir, t. 
Conceivably. kinsi'Tlbli, ad?. 

d'une maniere intelligible. 
Conceive, kinsive', t. a. et n. 

concevoir^ comprendre; pen- 

aer. 
Conceiyer, kSnaJ'vSr," a. qui 

conqqit, qui comprend. 
Conceiving, ktnal'Tlng, a. con- 

eeptioUf f. [a. celebrer. 

Concelebrate, kSiia%l'librite, v. 
Concent, kinaSnt^ a. concert, 

m. hurmonie, f. 
Concentful, kSnalnt'ffll, adj- 

karmonieux, Ca. coneetttrer. 
Conoentrata, kftnaln'trlte , t. 
Concentration, kSnalntri'ahin, 

a. ecmceiUrulion , t. 
Concentre « kftnaSa'iSr, r. a. et 

B. eoneeiUrer , mboutir au 

m£me eenire. 
Concentrio, kSnahi'ti^k. Con- 
centrical, kSnaSn'trlkll, adj. 



concentrique. 
ConcentiiAl, kSnstn'tah&ll, adj. 

harmonieux, [f. projet, m. 
Concept, kSnsipt', n.formule, 
Conceptacle, kinsip'ttkl, s. 

re'ceptacle, m. 
Conceptible, kSns?p'tibI, adj. 

concevable, intelligible.' 
Conception, kSnaSp'ahSn, a. 

conception ; notion, id^e. t. 
Conceptions, kSDs?p'8hii8,Con- 

ceptive, kSnsip'tlT, adj. pro~ 

pre n conce%>otr, fe'cond. 
Concern, kSns^rn', a. affaire, 

cauae , f.j intirit , e'gard,m. 

inquie'tude, f. trouble, m. 
Concern, kftnsSrn', y. a. con- 

cerner , toucher, regarder, 

appartenir ; inqui^ter; to - 

one's self, ae m^ler de. 
Concerned , kdnsSmd' , adj. 

inte'reaae', touche' affligi, in- 

quie'te'. lavec inter £t. 

Concernedly, kSnsirod'l), adv. 
Concerning, kSnsSr'nlng, prp. 

concernant^ touchant. 
Concernment, kSnsirp'mint, y. 

Concern, a. 
Concert, k8n'a?rt, a. concert, 

m.\ aymphonie, (.; in-, de 

concert. 
Concert, kSnsIrt', y. a. con- 

certer. prendre dea meaures 

enaemole, 
Concertation, kSnatrti'ahSii, a« 

diffe'rend, m. quereUe, (. 
Concerttftive, k8n82r'tlt1v,adj. 

contentieux. [m. 

Concerta, kftnsSr't&.a. concerto, 
Concession , k8ns«s'sh(tn , s« 

conceaaion, choae accorde'e, f. 
Concessionary, kinsZs'shSntr^, 

adj. concede, aecorde. 
Concessive, kftns^sMv, adj. 

qui implique conceaaion. 
Concessively, k8ns2s's?vli, adr. 

par voie ou en forme de con:' 

ceaaion. 
Conch, kSngk, a. eonque.t. , . 
Conchyliology, kSngkll^ii;^}, 

Conchology, kSngk^ltJI, a. 

conchiliologie, t. 
Conciliable, kSnalrillU, aiQ. 

qu*on peut eoneilier, 
Conciliar, kSnaln^fr, a^j. de 

concile. 
Conciliate, kSnalnUte, t. a. 

eoneilier, reconeilier. > 
Conciliation, kSnslIiU'shSn, a. 

conciliation, f. 
Conciliator, k8ns2llU't8r, s. 

conciliateur, m. 
Conciliatory , kSnslllUtSrl, 

adj .^ coneiliant. 
Concinnate, kSnaln'nlte, y. a. 

approprier. 
Concinnity, k8ns1n'niti,ji. dr- 

cence'f eonvenance; grace, f. 
Concinnons, kSns^n'nSa, adj. 

de'centfConvenable, agreable. 



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Coniunction, kftnjSngkt'sb^, s. 

union f ligue; (gr.) conjonc- 

tion f f. ^ 
Conjunctiye, kSojSngk'tlT,adJ. 

(gr.) conjonetiff suhjonctif. 
Conjunctivpljr, ktt^lngk'Ayll, 

adr. coniointemenl. 
Conjunctiveness, kSnj&ngk'tlY 

n^s, s. conjonction, f. 
Con)tinctl7, kSnj&ogkt'li, adv. 

conjointement. 
Conjuncture, kSnjSogk'tshAre, 

s. conjoHCture, occasion t liai- 
son , t. ^ 
Conjuration, kSnjir^'shSn , a. 

conjuration, f. complgtt en- 

chantanent, m. 
Conjure, k5n}jlre% t. a. cotv- 

jurer; conapirer, Completer. 
Conjure, k2n'j2r, t. d. con- 
jurer, enaorceler , charmer ; 

to — down, exorciser. 
Cpnjurement, kSnJire'iiSiit, s. 

eupplication , t. 
Conjurer, kSn'jerSr, s. enchan- 

teur, f order, etcamoteur, m. 
Conjuring, kan'jSr^ng, s. sor- 

cellerie, t. 
Connascence, kftnnls'sSnse, s. 

naifsance commune, f. 
Connate, ktnnite', adj. ne en 

meme tempt , inne. 
Connaturai , kdnnltsh'jlrtl, adj. 

de la meme nature, natural. 
Connatural ity, konnStshArSt' 

iU, 8. participation de la 

meme nature, f. 
Connaturally . kSDnltsh'irlU^, 

adr. naturellement. 
Connaturalness , kSnottsb^irtl 

nis, T. Connatarality. 
Connect, kSnnikl', t. a, join- 

dre. Her; unir. 
Connective, kSnnik'tlT, adj. 

connectif. 
Connectiyely , kSnnSk'tlTll, 

adv. conjointement, ensemble. 
Coiuiex^ kdnnZks', v. Connect. 
Connexion, kSnnSk'shSn, s. 

connexion , union , f . j rap- 
port, m. suite, f. 
Connexity, kfton%k's2t}, s. con- 

nexit^ J f. 
Connexive. k6nn?k'slv, adj. 

conjonclij , unissant. 
Connivance, kinnl'ylDse, s. 

connivence, f. 
Connive, konnlve', ▼. n. conr- 

niver, javoriser, tolerer, 
Connivent, k6nnt'v2nt, adj. qui 

connive; calme. 
Conniver, kSnnl'v8r, s. per- 

sonne qui connive, f. 
Connoisseur,k&n?sslre%8. conr- 

naisseur, m. 
Connoisseur ship , VhiAss\Te' 

ship, 8. habiUte de connais- 

sr.ur, f. 
Connotate, k6n'n6t&te, v. a. 

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tenir. ^ [.signification, f. 

Connotation, k6nnSti'8h2n , s. 

Connote, kinnite', t. Connotate. 

Connubial , kinn&'b^il , adj. 
conjugal, matrimonial. 

Coniiumeration , kftnnAmirl' 
shSn, s. enumeration ensem- 
ble, f. 

Conny, k2n'ni,adj .considerable. 

Conoid, k&'nSTd, s. (g£om.) 
conoide, m. [conotdal. 

Conoidical, kinSU'^k&l, adj. 

Conqnassate, k^nkwts'site, v. 
a. e'branler, agiter. 

Conquassation , kSnkwlssL' 
ahnn, s. ebranlement , m. agi- 
tation, t. 

Conquer, k6ngk'2r, ▼. a. et n. 
conque'rir, vaincre, dompter, 
subjuguer. [aomptable. 

Conquerable, k8ngk'8rtbl, adj. 

Conqueress, kdngk'Sr^s, s. con- 
querante , t. 

Conqueror, kSngk'SrSr, s. con- 
querant, vainqueur, m. 

Conquest, kSog'kwSst, s. con- 
quete, victoire, t. 

Consangnineou8,'1c6nstnggw1n' 
Us, fidj.consanguin. 

Consanguinity, kdoslnggw^n' 
M, a. consanguinite, f. 

Consarcination , k^nsSrs^ni' 
shSo,^ s. rapie'cetage, m. 

Conscience, kSn'shense, s. co?t- 
science , f.) in -, on ou npon 
my - , sur ma conscience ; to 
make a - of a thing, faire 
conscience de qch., fo.ire scru- 
puie de qch. [Conscious. 

Conscient, kSn'shSnt, adj. t. 

Conscientious, kSnshiSn'shSs, 
adj. consciencieux. ^ 

Conscientiously , kSnshJZn' 
shSsl J , adr. consciencieuse- 
ment. 

Conscientiousness , kSnsb^in' 
sb^snis, i. delicatesse de con- 
science , f. scrupule, m.) jus- 
tice exacte , f. 

Conscionable, kSn'sbSntbl, adj. 
raisonnable, juste, 

Conscionableness , kSn'sb&n 
things, 8. equite, justice, f. 

Conscionably , kSn'sbSntbli, 
adv. raiaonnablement. 

Conscious, kSn'sbSs, adj. qui 
sail , persuade de ; to be - of 
gnilt, se sentir coupable. 

Consciously, kSn'sbSsli, adv. 
sciemment , a bon escient. 

ConsciouAiess, kSn'sbSsnis, s. 
sentiment interieur, m. con- 
science, f. 

Conscript, kin'skrlpt^ adj. con^ 
scrit; -, 8. consent, m. re- 
crue , (. ^ 

Conscription, kSnskrIp'shSn, s. 
conacripiiifn, f. enrolement,m. 

Consecrate, kSn'sikrite, t. a. 
confacrer, dcvouer, ae'dier; 



CON 

sacrer. 

Consecrate, kSn's^krite, Con- 
secrated, kSn'aikritid, adj. 
consacrSf sacri. 

Consecrater, kin'stkrltSr, s. 
qui consacre. 

Consecration, kSnsikrl'sbSn, s. 
consecration, canonisation, t. 

Coiisecratory, kSn'sikrltSrl, 
adj. sacramental. 

Consectary, kSn'sSktlr^, adj. 
consequent, resultant; —, s. 
consequence, f. corollaire, m. 

Consecution, k&ns^kJ^'shSn, s. 
suite de conse'quences, succes- 
sion ; (aslr.) consecution , t. 

Consecutive, kUnsik'Atly, adj. 
consecutif, successif. 

Consecutively, kinsXk'At^TU, 
adv. consecutivement, de suite. 

Cohseininate, k^nsSm'inlte, t. 
a. semer en mime temps. 

Consension, kSnsSn'sban, a. ac- 
cord, m. harmonie, t. 

Consent, kdns%nt', s. consente- 
nient, m. approbation,t.; aveu, 
m.; witb cme •-y-d*un conunun 
consentement, unaninument. 

Consent, kftns2nt% r. n. con- 
sentir; approuver. 

Consentaneous, kins2nti'ni^2s, 
adj. conjorme , convenahle. 

Consentaneously , k&asSntl' 
n^Ssli, adv. convenablement. 

Consentaneousness , kSnsinti' 
nJ&snSs, n.* confonnite , eon- 
venance, f. [consent. 

Consenter, kSasSnUSr, a. qui 

Consentient, kSosZn'sb^int, adj . 
eonsentant, d'accord. 

Consequence, kSn's^kwinse, s. 
consequence , suite , impor- 
tance, f.5 by-, par consequent, 
en conse'quence ; man of -, 
homme d importance, m. 

Consequent, k&n'sikwint, v. 
Consequence. 

Consequent, kftn'sikwJnt, Con- 
sequential, kdns^kwSn'sbtl, 
adj. consequent; important; 
hautain. 

Consequentially, kftosikwJn' 
shilll. Consequently , kSn'^l 
kw^ntU, s^. conse'quemment, 
par consequent. 

Consequentness , kSn'stkw^nt 
n?8, Consequentialness, kun 
s^kw^n'sbtlnSs, S. justesse de 
raisonnement , liaison d'un 
discours, f. [venance, f. 

Consertion, k6ns2r'shSn, s. con- 

Conservable, kSnser'TSbl, adj. 
qui peut itre conserve. 

Conservancy, k6ns8r'v4nsl , «. 
conservation, f. 

Conservant, kSnsZr'ySrtt, adj. 
conservant , conservateur . 

Conservation, k6us2rv^'sb^, 
8. conservationf garde\ f. ^ 

Conservative , kftosBr'TatiY, 

6* 



ConTertibditT, UnlHlbU'til, 

•. comitrliia'u, I. 
CoDTOtible, ktailrliU, iiU. 

COBTRtibiT' ktailr^ll, idf. 
pur Ucamrtrtmi, rietfrtfitt- 

CuTntite, klii'ilnlia,!. m^ 

Connudlr, klnl^Ul, Ui. 

Gon**EitT > ktnll^kl , Cob- 
raii«/,UDTlk^iti,i. ■»- 



Cm^imn'i^ ktsrllmlr , 
Converge, kHvl'Sr^ Lvpif 



iiTacatipn, kimitl'ilili, 
nToke, ktBilka', i. 6>ui>- 



Ci^nTOT; kiD.lJ', T. >. A 
Conrulicd, UtaL^f, lAJ. 



4yDIlTll]UT#, klDTSl'tH, Adj. 

Coii*n1iiTelT,k)i><lr>1iit,it - 
^° kln'Bl, "°Upl<f, B 
ny^aroug^ ktn'iiLirrl, 
ii1^tchiklD'ii)ktiih,T. 

Conr-cntcher, klE'itktliktr,!. 

CDitr-wwren, kinliliili 



Con 


-i?4i.", 


...,...u, ,. 


"°« 


[^.>»^< 


«.ftS, ;.;: 


cokgrwf 





GonTincible, ^irli'ilbl, i4J. 

CanTJncinilr , kinilii^lDill, 



>>>l, klnh-(ll,44.MifaM>, 



i.kai.i. i>rn>i'<»-(v. 
ling, k)3-1ii, 1. nwuiifi- 

Cook/kl'Sk I. cuuhUr, ■. 

Cook|"kai'k."T. i.'^/«' fg 

Caok-insi'd, kSlk^^g/i. «{- 



Caoluii, kitlL'n) 



Coop, k^ihL Uinu<W,B.lu- 

Coop, kjip, T. ■.parfMr, I 

Coopee, kllpil', ■. cMB^ K. 
CDOpn, tU-BtT, I. Ma^Jlr^B. 
CDOiierng«,kII>IrlJs, i.1k. 

Ca-operau, kU*1AM?T^ 
Co-DiientioD, kllp-M'^Uh 
Co'Diientin, uVlrldi^ill 
Co™^MSr, ktVM^ 1 

Cooperr, uO'dItI, •. Immb- 
Co-aptet>i' ntp^dla, i, >. 

Co-ordiiute,' klirWaKrifl. 

i/f nUW ru(, i^L 
Co-oniiutR^, EUr'tUMl 

Co-aVdinatesMOiMrWUM 
nil, Co-oiiluMtioa, kUrtI 

Cop, kflp. I. tnufMi ■ — - — ' 






CopiKny, klpli-iU', t. C*' 
Copulmnil, ktptrnitUi t, 



tain, ktf■lllI^ i^. ila>< 



■■'"'Ji" '^ / ■ "Pr^"' 
- jpe, kip*, t. ei&Iti. uluiv t 
Copi>, k^i, •■ I. et ■. tm- 



nnn. kip<'iiilii,i.i-««f— J, 
iwW.kSpw-'- 



SOIixaniljl kl-pli>ll,i4i. <*- 



loplut, klpltu-''' 



COR 



90 



COR 



Com-ttack, kSni'stlk, s. meule 
de hU, f. ide ble, m. 

Corn-stalk, kSrn'stlwk^ s. e'pi 

Corn-trade, kSrn'tride, s. com- 
merce de« ce're'alea, m. 

Coriiub, k8r'n8b, v. a. roater. 

Cornucopia, kSraikl'p^^, s. 
come {Pahondtw.ce, f. 

Comute, kSrnAte', v. a. /aire 
cornara, [coca, m. 

Cornuto, kSrnA'ti, s. cornard, 

Corn-wain, kSrn'wAnc, s. char- 
rette c/iargee de ble', f. 

Corny, kSr'ni, adj. rfar comtne 
de la corne ; fertile en ble. 

Corollary, kdr'illri, a. corol- 
I aire, m. 

Coronal , k8r'6ntl , s. couronne 
dejleura, guirlande, f. 

Coronal. kSr'ioil, adj. .(unat.) 
coronal. Inaire. 

Coronary, kSr'&nlri, adj. coro- 

Coronation,kSrAai'8hSn,8. cou- 
ronnement, m. 

Coronel, k8r'in?I, r, Colonel. 

CoroneT,k8r'in8r,s. coroner, m. 

Coronet, k8r'in?t, s. couronne,{. 

Corporal, k8r'p&r2l, 8. caporal, 
m. Irel, materiel. 

Corporal^kUr'pirll, adj. corpo- 

Corporahty, kSrpirSrki, s. 
corpore'ite, f. Qwrellement. 

Corpora] ly,k8r'pirSlli,adv. cor- 

Corporalshin, kSr'pirilshSp, s. 
eacouade de caporal. f. capo- 
ralat, m. {jcorpore. 

Corporate, kSr'pirite, adj. in- 

Corporateness , k8r'pirken?s, 
s. organiaation d'uncorpa po- 
litique, f. 

Corporation, kSrp&rl'shSn, s. 
corporation, communaute, f. 

Corporeal^ kSrp&'r^ll, adj. cor- 
porelf mate'riel. ■ 

Corporeally, kSrp&^riilll, adv. 
corporellement. 

Corporeity, kSrpirl'Jl J, s. cor^ 
poreite, mate'rialite, f. 

Corporification , kSrpirifJkl' 
sh8n, s. corporification, f. 

Corporify, kirpi'Vifl, t. a. eor- 
porifier. [Saint- Elme, m. 

Corposant, kSr'p&slDt, s. feu 

Cor^)s, k&re, s. corpa. m. 

Corpse, kSrps, 8. cadavre, m. 

Corpulence, kSr'pAlSnse, Cor- 
pulency, kSr'pAlinsi, s. cor- 
pulence, f. embonpoint, m. 

Corpulent, kSr'pilijit, adj. cor- 
pulent, replet. 

Corpus-Christi-dav , kSr'pSs 
krlstidA, n. f^te-Dieu, f. 

Corpuscle, kSr'pSssl, a. corpu$- 
eule, atome, m. 

Corpuscular, kSrpSs'k&ltr, adj. 
corpuaculaire. 

Corrade, kdrride',T. a. uaerpar 
le frottement, raper. 

Corradiation, kftrrJidlWhSn, s. 
reunion dea rayona de lumiire 



en un point, f. 

Correct, k8rr?kt',T. a. corriger; 
chatier, punir ; retoucfier ; 
adoucir. [.exact ; ckatie. 

Correct^ kSrrSkt'. adj. correct. 

Correction, k8rrek'sh2n,s. cor- 
rection, f. chatiment, amen- 
dement; adouciiaement , m. ; 
- of proofs, correction des 
^preuvea, f. ; -of the press, 
correction dea erreura de cem- 
poaition, f. 5 house of-, mai- 
aon de correction, f.j under -, 
aauf correction, aauf respect. 

Correctional,kftrrSk'shSnu, adj. 
correciionnel. 

Correctioner, kSrrSk'shSnSr, s. 
habitant d'une maiaon de cor- 
rection, m. 

Corrective, k8rr?k't?v, adj. cor- 
rectifi -, 8. correctif, m. mo- 
dification, f. 

Correctly, k8rr2kt'lJ, adv. cor- 
rectement, exactement. 

Correctne.ss, kdrrSkt'nSs, s. ex- 
actitude, correction f puretd 
de langage, f. 

Corrector, korrJk'tSr, s. correc- 
teur, rejormateur, m. 

Corregidor, k8rr?d'jiddr, s. cor- 
re'gidor, m. [correlatif. 

Correlate, kSr'rJllte, t. n. etre 

Correlatire, k8rr8riftrtT, adj. 
correlatif, reciproque. 

Correlativeness , kSrr^l'lirtv 
n?s, 8. correlation, f. 

Correption, kdrrSp'shin, s. ri- 
primande, censure, f. 

Correspond, kdrrlspSnd', t. n. 
correapondre , ae rapporter, 
a' accorder, correapondre avee 
qn. 

Correspondence , k8rr?sp6n' 
dinse , Corresi>ondency, kSr 
rlspSn'dSnsi , s. correapon- 
dance, f.; rapport, commerce, 
m.; intelligence,!.; to keep a-, 
to have a - with any one , itre 
en correapondance avec qn. 

Correspondent kirrJspSn'dSnt, 
adj. correapondant,convenant, 
conforme; -, 8. correapondant, 
m. 

CorrespondingjkSrrispSn'd^ng, 
Corresponsive , kSrrJspin' 
s^v^ adj. conforme, aortahle. 

Comdor, kSr'ridire, 8. corri- 
dor, m. [risible, puniaaable. 

Corrigible, kSr'riiibl. adj. eor- 

Corrigibleness, kSr'rJj^blnSs, s. 
qualite' d'etre corrigible, f. 

CorrivaI,kirrl'vll, s. rival, com- 
pe'titeur, m. 

Corrivalry, kSrrl'vSlri, a. riva- 
lite, f. [corroborant. 

Corroborant, kSrrib'irlnt, adj. 

Corroborate, kSrrSb'irAle, t. a. 
corroborer f fortifier , confir- 
mer. 

Corroboration, kftrrftbirl'shin. 



8. corrohormtioH , confirms 

tion, f. 
Corroboratire, kSrrSb'&rl^, 

adj. corroboraiifjeorrohirmniy 

fortifitmt. Xder, ,ramgtr. 

Corrode, ksrr&de', t. a. cwro- 
Corrodent, kSrr&'Mnt, ad({. con> 

rodant. corro»{f. 
Corrodible. kSrro'dlblj Corro- 

8ib1e,k6rr6'84bl, adj. mmipmt 

itre corrode ou romgtm 
Corrosiblity , kirrAsMI'M, 

Confosiblenegg , kftrri'«lbl 

nSs. 8. ausceptihiliidtTitre con- 

rodi,U {jtioti,U 

Corrosion, kSrr&'sIitByS. e« 
Corrosive, k6rr&'sW« a^f. 

roaif; inqui^tantft 

-, 8. eorroa{f^in. 
Corrosively, Urr&'ilTlt, adv. 

comme un corroHve. 
Corrosiveness, kftrri'sfmiiy s. 

corroaivettif f. 
Corrugant , kSr^^tat , adQ. 

(anat.) corrugm.teur. 
Corrugate , kdr'r^lle, t. a. r»- 

der, pliaaer. <■ 
Corrugation, kSrrlgl'ahfa, •. 

corrugation, t.froncemamtf ■. 
Corrupt, kir'rSpt', a4|. e«rreii»- 

pu, gate'; aeduil , tmhomi. 
Corrupt, kdrrdpt', t. a . at n. mt- 

roinpre, gdler, e^dmire, «Miorw 

ner; ae corromprt, te g*!**". 
Cormi)ter, kSrriip'tSr, a. eer- 

rupteur, auborneur, m. 
Corruptibility, ktrrlptlblWU, 

8. corruptibilitd , f. 
Corruptible, kSrrSpnlUf ajj. 

corruptible, v^nal^ eerviltm 
Comiptibleness , kSrrip'UU 

nSs, T. Corruptibility. 
Corruptibly, kdrrSp'tlbl), tdr. 

d*une maniire corruptihU, 
Corruption, kSrrSp'shaB, s. e*r^ 

ruption, de'pravationft.\ ppm^ 

riture, f . Cra^9f(/'. 

Corruptive,k8rr8p'tlT, a<U< *•»»- 
Cqrruptless, ktrrSpt'lis, ad}. 

incorruptible. 
Corruptly , kdrrSptl}, adT. pmr 

corruption ; de mauvaiaejoi* 
Corruptne88,k8rr'dpt'n2a, a. cor- 
ruption, pourriture, t. 
CormptreM,k8rril^'tra8,t. a»r- 

r up trice, ae'ductrice, t. [m» 
Corsaire , kBr'slre , a. eortmir*, 
Corse, k&rse, t. Corpae. 
Corselet, t. Corslet. 
Corset, kSr'sIt, a. eortet. m. 
Corset-maker, kSr'aitmlkSr, a. 

fabricant de coraeUym* 
Corslet, kSrs'lSt, s. coroeletf a. 
Cortege, kBr'tldje, s. eorttfge, ■. 

auite, f. 
Cortes, klfi^z, a. pi. cortit, f. |^. 
Cortex, kSr'tiks, a. Scarce, t. 
Cortical, kSr'tiktl, ad}. (b«U 

cortical. 
Corticated,kBr't^kkt2d, adi. 1 



cou 

Counter-bass, kiftn'tSrbls, s. 

contre-baste, f. 
Counter-bond , kB8n't2rb8nd, 

8. toua-garantie donnee au 

garant. f. 
Counterbuff, kBin'tSrbSf , t. a. 

donner un contre-coup. 
Counter-cast, kMn'tSrklst, s. 

tdur de passe, m. 
Counter- change , kofln' tar 

tshlnje, s. contre-echange, m. 
Counterchange , kSin'tar 

tshAnje,v.a. tchanger, troauer. 
Counter - cliarge , kSan' ifir 

tshSrje, s. r^criminatidh, f. 
Counter-chaiin , kSin'tSr 

tshSrm, s. contm-charme, m. 
Conntercliann, kSin'lSrtshirm, 

T. a. detruire Veffet d'un en- 

chantement. 
Counter-check, kS8n'tXrtsh%k, 

s. opposition; reprimande. f. 
Countercheck, k8fln't8rtsh?k, 

T. a. contre-carrer, s'opposer. 
Counter-cunning , kc^a'tSr 

kSnnlng, s. contre-ruse, f. 
Counter- distinction, kJlSn'tSr 

dlstlngkshHn,' s. opposition, f. 
Counterdraw, kidn'iSrdrSw, v. 

a. calquer. 
Count*»r-drawing , kiftn'tSr 

drSwlng, s.^ caique, n. 
Counter-evidence , kSftn'tnr 

Svldioise, s. deposition con- 

tradictoire, f. 
Counterfesance , k83nt8rfi' 

sSnse, s. contre-faqon, f. 
Counterfeit, kSaa'iXrfit, adj. 

conirefait, faux ; — , s. contre- 

faqon, imitation, (.\ impos- 

teur,jourhe, m.\ fourberte, t. 
Counterfeit, k8ftn'tSrf1t,s. con- 

trefaire, imiter. 
Counterfeiter, kSfln'tSrrttSr, s. 

contrefacteur ; faux-monna- 

yeur,jausseurf m. . 
Counterfeiting, kSSn'tirfltlng, 

8. contrefacon, f. 
Counterfeitly , kJan'tarrttlJ, 

adr. par contrefagon, fausse- 

ment. 
Counter-foil, kSan'tSrrtll, s. 

tailte , cnntre-taille , f. 
Counter- fort, kSSn'tflrfirt, s. 

(fort.) contre-fort, m. 
Counter-gage, k88n'lSrglje , s. 

contre-gage, m. 
CounterMauge, k88n'tSrglje, t. 

a. con tre-j auger. 
Counter-guard , kiin'tSrglrd, 

8. contre-garde. f. 
Counter-indication, kSfin'tSr 

^Dd^ki'shSn, 8, contre-indica- 

tion , f. 
Counter-light , kSin'tarllte , s. 

eontre-jour, faux jour, m. 
Counter-mand, kSSn'lilrmlnd, 

8. contremandenient, m. 
Countermand , kBintSrmlnd', 

T. a. contremander. 



92 

Coujiter-march , kSin'tSr 

mSrtsh, 8. contre-marche, t. 
Countermarch, kSftn'tSnnartsb, 

T. n. faire une contre-marche. 
Counter-mark , k8 8n't2nn2rk, 

8. contre-marque , f. 
Countermark, kS8n't2rm%rk, t. 

a. contre-marquer. 
Counter-mine, k8&n't8rmlne, s. 

contre~mine , t, 
Coimtermine, kSSn'tSrmlne, t. 

a. contre-uiiner . 
Counter-miner, kS&n'tSrmlnSr, 

8. contre-mineur, m. 
Counter-motion, k88n'tSrm& 

sh&D, a.mouvemenl contraire, 

m. [s. (fort.) contre-mur, m. 
Counter-mure, k38n't8rmire, 
Countermure, k88ntSrinAre', t. 

a. contre-murer. 
Coimtematural, k88n'tSrntt8bi 

rtl, adj. contraire a la nature, 

contre nature. 
Counter-opening , k88n'tir 

&p2ti^ng, s. (cbir.) contre- 

ouverture, f. 
Counter-order, k88n't2r8rd8r, 

8. contre-ordre, m. 
Counter-pace, kSSn'tSrplze, s. 

mesure opposee, f. 
Counter-pane, k8&n'tirplne,s. 

courte-pointe, {. 
Counter-x)art, kiSn'tdrpirt, s. 

(taxis.) contre-partie ; copie,t. 
Coxuiter-petition , k88n't8rp4 

t^sbSn, 8. eontre-pe'tition, t. 
Counter-plea, khin'tirpli, a. 

replique, f. [_contre-ruse, f. 
Counter-plot, k88n't8rplftt, s. 
Counterplot, k88n'tSrplSt, t. 

a. contre-projeter. 
Counter-point, k88n't8rp8^nt, 

8. (mus.) contre-point. m. 
Counter-poise, k88a't8rpBize, 

8. contre-poids , m. 
Counterpoise, kSSntSrpS^ze', 

T. a. contre-peser , contre- 

balancer. 
Counter-poison , kSBn'tSr 

p84zn, s. contre-poison , an- 
tidote, m. 
Countej-project, k88n't8rpr8d 

j2kt, 8. contre-proiet, m. 
Counter-proof, k6aD't8rpr82f, 

8. contre-epreuve , f. 
Coimter-rail , k88o't8rrUe, s. 

double balustrade, f. 
Counter-reckoning, k88n'l8r 

r8kk8n^ng, s. controle, f. de- 

comnte, m. 
Counter-revolution, k88n't8r 

r8vT&lish3D, s. contre-revo- 

lution, revolution en sens con- 
traire de la premiire, f. 
Counter-scarp , k8an'l8r8klrp, 

s. (fort.) contrescarpe, f. 
Counterscarp! , kSftn'lSrscSrp, 

T. a. contrescarper. 
Counterseal, kSiji'tSrsile, t. a. 

contre^sceller. 



COU 

Counter-iecurity , kSia'tlnJ 
kArItt, s. 80U9-garmntia 



nde au gariuit , I. 
Countersign, kBIs'tSniBa, t. 

a. centre-signer. 
Counter-signature , kBibi^ 

s^gnttsbire, s. eontre-Mmg, a. 
Coimter-taste, kSfta'tirtiala^ a. 

faux gout , m. 
Counter-tenor, kSSn'tSrliair, 

8. (mas.) fiaute-coHtre. f. 
Counter- ticket, kftftn'tSnikklt, 

8. contre-manjue ,■ f. 
Counter- tide, kS&n'tSrtide^ ■. 

contre-maree f f. 
Comiter-tum, kSia'^rUbn, s. 

catastaae, f. [e^Hilibre, m. 
Coimter-vail , kBln'tinritoy ■ s. 
Countervail, k&SBtSrrlle'^ t. a. 

equivaloir, contre-baUateer, 
Coimter-view, kSftn'tSrTA, s. 

opposition^ f. eontraate, m. 
Counter-wind J kSiater'irlad, 

8. vent contratre, m. 
Counter- work, kSln't'trwIrfc, 

Y. a. contrecarrer f dejousr, 

confondre. 
Countess, kB8n't2s, s.eom/MM.f. 
CountMig-hoiue ,^ kSlMMftif . 

hB&se', 8. comptoir, m. 
Coimtless. kSin'lSs, a^J. u- 

nombrahle. 
Countor, k8fin't8r, s. mvoemt, m. 
Country, kSnHrJ, s. payg^m, 

centre's, cmnpagiUf f.} pmys 

natal, m.\ in the -, a la 



pagne, en provinces to fo 
into the -, aller A la 



pagne. 
Country, k8n'tr}, a^J. rusti^me, 

campagnard , grassier. 
Country-ballad, kSn'tribtUH 

8. vaudeville, m. 
Coimtry^-box , kIn'trlbSks, s. 

pied-n-terre , m. 
Country-dance, kSa'trldlai^ 

s. contredanse, f. 
Country-house , kSn'tr^hilM, 

8. maison de campagne, f. 
Coimtryinan , kSn'tr^mtn , f. 

campagnard, villageoUi oesm- 

patriote, m. 
Country-seat, kSn'trlstte, t. 

Coantry-house. 
Country-squirt, kSn^'triskwlre, 

8. gentilhomme, ckdielsun, ■. 
Country-woman , kSn'tKwi 

man s.paysanne,tnltageQi»et 

compatriote , t. 
County, k88u'tJ, a. comte, Jd- 

partfment, m. 
County-coiirt, k88n't}k&Tt» *. 

cour d' assises des provimoee, f. 
Coupee, k88p4l', s. coupd, m. 
Couple , k8p'pl , 8. oompie, 

pairf, laisse, f. 
Couple, k8p'pl, T. a. et n. cam- 
pier, marter ; e*sccoupler s ** 

marier, [iinims, f. 

Coupleiuent, kSp'plniat, t. 



i 



cou 

»]et, kBp'lit, 8. deux vert 
t^, couple, t. 
tUng, kSp'l^Df, 8. aecou- 
mentf m.; tnaille, t, 
•8«» kfir'rldje, s. courage, 
vmleur, f. [courageux. 
•geou?. kSrrVj^s, adj. 
ageouslf, karri'jiflsl^, adv. 
trageutement. [t. Courace. 
ageousness, karrl'jiSsoes, 
ant , k&rintV Coiiranto, 
tn'ti. s. courante; gazette,!. 
b, koorb. T. n. »e courber. 
ley, k88riir', s.courrier, m. 
se, k&rae, s. course ^ car- 
••«, f. court f ordre , m. 
reinc, f.; aervice (nombre 
plate), m.'t maniire de 
re, conduite,voie,t.moyen, 
hj '-, tour a tour, I'un 
'^fU' autre ; in due - , dans 
''dre re'gulier; of-, ordi- 
rement, de droit, par con- 
uent ; to be of-, alter aana 
et to take wise courses, 
•ndre de juatee meauree ; to 
B its — , prendre aon coura ; 
ittend a -, auivre un coura ; 
Tsea. pi. baaaea voilea; 
'let dea femmea, f. pi. 
se, kirse, t. a. et n. pour- 
vre, chaaaer; courir. 
ser, k&r'sSr, s. couraier; 
itseur, m. 

mng, k&r's^ng, s. chaaae, f. 
ty kirte, 8. cour; cour de 
tice, f. tribunal; paaaage, 
-de-aac, m.; to pay one's -, 
nake one's -, faire aa cour; 
)e great at -, itre bien a la 
tr. 

t, kArte, T. a. faire aa cour, 
\rtiaer; /latter, cajoler ; 
'Mer, aoCliciier. 
t-baron, k&rte'btrrSn, s. 
\r Jonciere, f. 
t-card, k&rte'kSrd, s. carte 

t-cliaplain , klrtetshtp' 
, r. chupelain du roi, m. , 
t-day. kirte'di, s. jour 
Von aaminialrc la juatice ; 
p d* audience y m. 
t-dress, k&rte'drSs, s. ha- 
de cour, m. 

t-dresser , k&rte'drSss&r, 
^atteur, m. 

tPOXLS , kSr'lsblSs , adj. 
Wota , honnete , affable, 
il, poll. 

teously, kSr'tshiSsl^ , adv. 
nitement, poliment, obli- 
mment. 

teousness , kSr'tsb^SsnSs, 
*oliteaae , complaisance , f. 
teTyk&r'tSr, s. courtiaan, m. 
tesan, kSrt^zIn^ a. cour- 

\net !• 

tesy, kSr'tisi, 8. courtoiaie, 

itite, politeise, faveur; 



93 

rdverence , f. {la reverence. 
Courtesy, kSr'tJsi, ▼. n. faire 
Court-fashion , k&rte'fisbSn, 

8. mode de cour, t. 
Court-favour, kJrte'fWlr, s. 

faveur dea princea , eau be- 

nite de cour, f. 
Court-hand, kirte'htnd, s. icri- 

turede palaia, f. 
Courtier, k&rtelshSr, s. courti- 
aan, flatteur, m. 
Couruery, k&rte'sb2r^, s. manii- 

rea de courtiaan, f. pi. 
Coiurt-lady, k&rte'lldl, s. dame 

de la cour, f. [/oa, m. 

Court-lass, k&rte'lls, s. coute- 
Court-leet, kArte;Uk^ s. cour 

fonciire tTinformationa, f. 
Court-like, kirte'llke, adj. Ele- 
gant ,^ poli. 
Courtliness, k&rte'linis, s. po- 

liteaae, ele'gance, f. [elegant. 
Courtly, k&rte'll, adj. de cour, 
Court-martial, klrte'mlrsbtl, 

8. cour martiale, f. conaeil de 

guerre, m. 
Court-uiinion, k&rte'mlnySn, s. 

favori du inonartjue, m. 
Court-plaster, k&rte'pltst2r, a. 

taffetaa d'Angleterre, m. 
Court-roll, kirte'rAn, s. ter- 
rier, m. 
Courtship, k&rte'sblp, s. cour ; 

civilite, complaiaance, f. 
Court-yard, k&rte'ylrd, s. vea- 

tibule, m. 
Cousin, kSz'zn, s. couain, m. 

couaine, f.; -german, couain- 

germain. m. [rente', f. 

Cousinship, kSz'znsblp, a. pa- 
C0Te,k&ve, s. crique, f. abri,^ 
Cove, k&ve, r. a. eambrer, vmT- 

ter.. [venable. 

Covenable, kSy'^nlbi, adj. con- 
Covenant, kST'intnt,s. contrat, 

accord, m. 
Covenant, kSv'^ntnt, t. o. con- 

venir, atipuler- contracter. 
Coveuantee,k8TintntJi',8. con- 

tractant, m. 
Covenanter, kSv'^ntntSr, s. li- 

gueur, debit eur, m. . 
Covenous, kSv'JnSs, adj. frau- 

duleux. 
Coventry, kSv'Sntrl, s. ban, m. 
Cover, -kSr'Br, «. couvert, m. 

enveloppe, {, couvercle ; abri, 

m. protection, f.; pretexte, m.; 

to get under -, ae mettre ii 

I'abri. 
CoverjkSr'Sr, V. a. couvrir, ca- 

cher, deguiaer ; couver. 
Covercliief, kSy'Sftshif, s. cou- 

vre-chef m. 
Covering, kSv'Sr^ng, s. couver- 

ture, f.} vitement, m. 
Coyer-let, kSf'Srllt, Cover- 
lid. kSv'Srlld, s. couverlure 

de lit, f. 
Cover-ihaine; k&v'Srshlme, s. 



COY 

voile, maaque, m. 
Covert, kSv'Srt, adj. couvert, 

cachet ^ I'abri; ~,i. couvert, 

abri, gite m. 
Covertly, kSv'Srtli, adv. aecre~ 

tement, en cachette. 
Covertness, k&T'2rtn2s, s. ae- 

cret, m. ombre, f. 
Coverture, kSv'irtah Are, si cou' 

verture, d^enae; condition 

de lafemme marie'e, f. 
Covert- way,kiv'flrtwl, s. (fort.) 

chemin couvert, m. 
Covet, kSv'St, T. a. et n. convoi- 

ter, ambitionner. 
Covetable, kilvStlbl, adj. con- 

voitable, de'airable. ttise, f. 
Covetise, kSv'itlse, s. cenvoi- 
Covetous, kSy'Slas, adj. avide, 

ambitieux , avare. 
Covetously , kST'?tSslJ , adv. 

avec avarice, aordidement. 
Covetousness , kSv'itSsnis, s. 

convoitiae , avarice, f. 
Covey, kHv'i,s. couve'e, voUe. f. 
Covin, k2v'1n, n.fraude ; collu- 

aion, f. ivache a laif, f. 

Cow, kSfi, 8. vache, t.\ milch -, 
Cow, kSfi, T.a. intimider, e)>ou- 

vanter. [Idche, m. 

Coward^ kBS'Srd, s. poltron; 
Cowardice,k3a'3rd^8, Coward- 
liness, kBB'Srdlinls, ^lache- 

te, couardiae , f. ^B 
Cowardly, kBi'SrdlJ, Mj. pol- 
tron, lache i -, adv. en poltron, 

lacbemeni. [tron, lache. 

Cowardous, kSS'SrdSs, adj. /7o/- 
Cowardship, kSi'Srdsh^p, s. 

lach'ete', f. 
Cow->-beef,k8a'b1f,8. du boeuf. 
Cower, kBS'2r, s. vacher, m. 
Cower, kSS'Sr, v. n. ae baiaaer. 
Cow-grass, kSft'gris, s. gramen, 

m. Cm. 

Cow-herd, k8B'h?rd, s. vacher, 
Cow-hoiisp, kSfi'hS&iie, a. va- 

cherie, e'table a vachea, t» 
Cowish, kSS'ish, v. Coirardly. 
Cow-keeper, kSft'kiJpih', s. vo- 

cher, m. [vuee, m. 

Cowl, kSSi, 8. capuchon, ca- 
Cow-lair, k8ft'llre,8. vacherieA. 
Cowleech,kB3'jl^tsh, s. me'de- 

cin veterinaire, m. [m. 

Cow-pox, kBft'pSks, s. vaccin. 
Cowslip, kSi'snp, 8. primevere, 

f. [de vache, ble noir, m. 

Cow-wheat, kBB'hwhe, s. ble 
Coworker, k&'w&rkSr, s. colta- 

borateur, m. 
Cowry, kBfi'r^, a. cauria, m. 
Coxcomb, kBks'k&me, s. aom- 

met de la tete, m.; crite (d'un 

coq), t.\fat, m. [fatuile, f. 
Coxcombry, kSksic&mere, s. 
Coxcomical, k&kskSm'Ikll, adj. 

fat, vain. ^ ' 

Coy, kS2, adj. modeate, reaerve. 
Coy, kSJ, V. a. et n. careaaerg 



. Frach Did. P. I. 



DEA 
D»llMlion , 4>ilLl'ibiii , i.'D 

it heniu 'Jm,m.\ \a<ih\t -, \ 



r gilBi JiUifitr, Ul- 
incnt, dIblK-Blit, >. 



liaiiHr, >UeblDr,4h'tlr,*. miumr. 



IJHiiiibaJAtion, dllslilll'ililn, , 



Debmiblp, dtblu-lu, idj. c»>l 
Drbntr, Alili*', >. Jiiai, m. 

DrbAte, dlli^, t. i.'el ■. rf^ 

DKbatrfal, diklli'flj, utj, 'un- 



IH«ni,ilni.iifi (ri«.,i»o««; 
UramMi, dWnli, i. Uniirau : 
J>mnilr,dtn1t,i 



loebaiEr.dlbl'ifaiL dupiUm, 
DrbanEh, rltk^wuti', i. lU- 

t -t fairs la tlAaa^, 
Debauch, ifbiwut-, T. >. itf- 
OFbaiiclird^7''^TSwuh'bll , 
Dehsucliedneif, IdtblirUli^ 
Drbauchep, dlblnhlK i. dA. 

Debauclicr. dtbloUli'lr, a, lU 
D^bjinrfiny. dtblvidh'Bii, ■ 



;v./r 



Dmtt'.M 






T^^ 



Death^, d^^ril, ^'nttur- 

Dniliwnlct, d)l*-iriuli, i. 

DMantion,dtj.rl-iliilo, .. Ja. 
DabuH:hAtion,dlbtkkI^'itili, •. 

IjAi^^fbirt.', T. •. /b^Z', 



Dendv, dh'ld'.i. JAmA-t 
DRudmoy dlU-dlni, •. ^ 



!M^'dJ^!7- "B- ,-£-» 



DccwBie, dlida', 1. lidiiji, vA 

P<H, ■- , , Dwvfr. 

D«oeiiii!, dtiJH', T. 1. diW^, 

Decei t, dlilt*'^ >. /rmitilt, frtar 

DKei&nij ddiu^,^. fit^ 
D««it£llTV«^u^ll, •*«■ 

frau^Iettttrntnt, 

Dmntfnliifii, dlilta'tlhl^ ■. 
^umiiti Iroatpeutt, r fppttt 

D««vi.WmM<,'d w'SwIS^ •. 

/acidic i) «™ (nMU>A f. 
D«cein, <>•)••■,•. ■..libmfr^ 



1 



Sacli 



t 
Dciiii 
Umii 







Deti^tioB, dtlllll'iklB, 

nlU, Htit, M. IdOit- 

nSjibante, iMvlrll*, 

Delibfnte, dlltblrllt, 

eirooiufiretf prrtdml. 

Deliboateir, Mvltiutl, 

^»teBe«, «)[1k4ill< 

Dptibrrativp, illllti-artllr, 
DnlioacT, 4il-tkl)t, i. iia 

tf«H , jHoMdlH t W^A 

beatiUj laidrBHt, t. 
DsuiaW, dll'lkll, 14. lUli 

friandi tjraMUtfntfirt,di 
ItelioMelr, dlrfttul, 

MUaarmml, Mgrnimtia 
DeliMUinMi, 4lPikli>I> 

Delicaleii dlflklln, >. pi. 



DSH-'^'in"'' HC ' 
jSLr^ci,' I. 



-god, J. drmi-aieUf ih,! -Jnh 



Di^liaioiu, dlllatli, adj. > 

DeliciouaiuM , dtllA^atj 
iittiitt, I. at. pUUIr, m. 
SeligatiDn, AlJl(l-ikl> 

Delilht, dlnit', ■.. daia, 
diliat , t. pi. pUbir. m. 

D^M , dlllu'^ T. I. al ■- 

divtrrir, K plmirti lo - 
prtadrt ptami- ^- 
DMightdiLdlllK'rtl. Delia 
■amp, dillie'iIiH, iIU- < 

DrllKbtfuirT, dtUtcrlllt . 1 
liahlii»ni>V^li<'iIi°», 

Dcliihlfninsii , Alllli'fll 
IVtllglibinnwnML dlllM- 
mid. H. ditiw.mtrAmt, m 

Drlinmtn, dfhD>llw .. .. 
etr, drHiurr, ddcrtpr. 

Di-lioniti<>n,d)j1i>4l'>hln,1 
\\rteB.intf iittmiilMn 

rHimi..ri.l, dillWmin., 



DeludablE, dk'dlbl.adj./'o- 
Dcinde/diilS^' .. .. (/™pw, 
en impvter. aoiuar, t^uirv. 
Delnder, dtlt-ditr, i. Irvmpiar, 

DpTl^dil-lU>, I. dilute, m. 
Urlofe, dhlllt, •. >. inniidtr, 

OdiuionTii'll'^ln, i. Inm- 
ptrio, lllutlat, I. 

dtlf'itit, tit. Inmpi-r, lUm- 

najns'Ui., 1. o**, /m.^ ■. 
Di-lve, dlt, T, 1. emuir, /«>Jr. 
I>i>lTer. dir-rlr, >. «i otwh. 
DeuugOEne, dlB^itf , i. <W- 

Dfrnuia. dfialdt', a. domabtejmt 
Deuund, df nlad', i. Anw^, 



'["■ijfWe. 
e, dlmlnd'Hir, idj. 



U«iiuin<ler. dtpiJn'ritr, •. 



Driniir^tion, dlalfd^it^ t. 

■Dei^ie^taUt; §. M mi mSiii 

D^f.'e,djii.li.'-,":.. Uimr. 
Demiii, dlmli-, idi. A«tli. 
Dnnioion, d(ml^'l>, >. rdl- 

nf miMiv'e'!' ' •IliDla'alT , _ all. 

DemocTiiCT.d'iiiaJi'tTtat.a. ii 
Democnt! dln'lkrli, l^Shs. 



DnnniumiblnieH,' dlnlslMil 
li[nti, 1. ■''•I ift^nnHiaMa. m. 
ivnonitniblr, dlmli'MrfW, 

eo'^ilnt^.'dJmla-itrh 



DES 

ttthn liaison. 

Pesiiltory, dZs'2lt2r), adj. in- 
eonttant , variable , Sana liai- 
son . [,empru nter. 

Desume, d^sAme', ▼. a. prendre. 

I)ptach, dJtltsh% t. a. detacher, 
atparer. 

DetacliinPtit, dh&tsh'm?At, s. 
(mil.) iletachement , m. 

Detail, ditlle', a. detail, m.\ in 
-. en detail; details, pi. par- 
ticularites, f. pi. 

Detail , dilljc', r. a. de'tailler; 
particularixer. 

Detain, dhine'. ▼. a. detenir, 
retenir, retaraer, arret er. 

Detaiiider, diline'dHr, s. (jar.) 
de'cret d^emrriannnement , m. 

Detiiner, dtti'nftr, s. de'ten- 
teur, m. 

Detaining, dJll'n^ng, Detain- 
ment, diline'mJnl, s. de'len- 
tion, f. idiatingiier. 

Delect, dJt?kt', V. a. de'couvrir; 

Detecter, dh^k'tSr , s. qui de- 
couvre. [_couverte, f. 

Detection, d?l?k'sh8n, ». de- 

Detent. dh?nl', s. detente, f. 

Detention, dWn'sbSn, s. de- 
tention, I. empriaonnement, m. 

Deter, dJiXr', v. a. detourner, 
dtconaeiller. 

Deterge, dilJrje', v. a. de- 
ter ger , nettoyer. 

Detergent, d*i?r'j?nt, adj. de- 
tergent, de'teraif. 

Deteriorate, diiJr'rJirlte, t. 
a. deteriorer. 

Deterioration, dh?rrilrl'sh2n. 
s. deterioration , f. 

Determent, dil?r'in2nt, s. em- 
pechement, obatacle, m. 

Determinable , diiJr'mJntl.l, 
adj. tjui peut ae determiner. 

Determinate, dit2r'm2nite, adj. 
deterntintf, decidd, ddciaij, 
re'aolu. 

Determinate, dJter'nitnlte, y. 
a. determiner, .firer. 

Delenninately, daer'menitel^ 
adv. poaitivement , abaolu- 
ment. 

Determination , dhZrmlnl' 
shin, 8. determination ,ddci- 
aion, t. [adj. determinant. 

Determinative, d^tZr'mJnlt^v, 

Determinator, dltSr'mlnltSr, 
s. qui determine , juge , m. 

Determine, dhSr'm^n, t. a. et 
n. determiner, fixer, decider ; 

Deterr, v. Deter. [.arrfter. 

Deterration, dhSrrl'shSn, s. 
exhumation , f. 

Detersion, dJl?r'sh8n, s. d^ter- 
aion, f. nettoiement, m. 

Detersive, d*l?r'slT, adj. de- 

teraif. [.abhorrer^ hair. 

Detest, dJtlsl', v. a. diieater. 

Detestable, dh?s'tlbl, adj. de- 
teatable, abominable. 



110 

DetPstableness , dhis'tlblnis, 
s. abomination , f. 

DetPstablv, d^Zs'tlbU, adT. 
d/teatablemen t . 

Detestation, dltZstl'shin , s. 
deteatation, execration, f. 

Detester, dit?s'l8r, a. cm/ de- 
test e. ifroner. 

Dethrone, dJMrJne', t. a. de- 

Detlironement, dJrAr&ne'mSDt, 
s. de'tronement , m. 

D«*throner, di/Ar&'nSr, s. qui 
dell one. 

Detinuf^, dUln'i,*s. aommation 
tie rendre un depot , f. 

Detonate, d2t'&Dlte,v.a. (chim.) 
de'toner. 

Detonation, dZl&nl'shSn, s. 
(chim.) de'tonation, f. 

Detonize,d2t'&Dlze, y.a. (chim.) 
Jaire de'toner. 

Detort, dH8rt', t. a. detour- 
ner; alterer. [ra. 

Detortion. d^tSr'shSln, s. dcart, 

Detour, d*t88r', s. detour, m. 
deviation, f. [,de'tracler. 

Detract, ditrSkt', ▼. a. de'roger, 

Detracter, dhrlk'tSr, s. detrac- 
teur, mediaant. m. 

Df>traction, dltrlk'sbSn, s. de- 
traction, medi^ance, f. 

Detractory, d^trlk'lRri , De- 
tractive, ditrllc'rtr, adj. dij- 
famatoire. 

Detractress , dhr4k'lr?s , s. 
femme m.eai^ante, f. 

Dftrect, dltr?kt', ▼. a. refuser. 

Detriment, d?t'trlm2nt, s. rfe- 
triment, m. perte, f. 

Detrimental, diltr^mZn'tll, adj. 
pre'judiciahle, funeste. 

Detrition, dhrlsh'Sn, s. de- 
trition , f . 

Detrude, dhr83d', ▼. a. pre- 
cipite.r , refouler. 

Detnmcate, dhrSng'klte, t. a. 
ete.ter, ecourter, tronquer. 

Detnincation, ditritnKkl'shttn, 
s. itetem,ent, m. mutilation, f. 

Detrtision, dhrSS'shSu, s. ac- 
tion de precipiter, f. 

Deturbation, dItSrbi'shSn, s. 
renversement, m. 

Deuce. dAse, s. deux; diantre, 
diable , m. [m. 

Dense, dAse, s. diantre, diable, 

Deuteronomy, dAt2rrSn'&ml,s. 
deute'ronome , m. 

Devaporation , d JflpirWhSn, 
s. devaporisation, f. 

Devast, divlst', Devastate, 
dlvls'tite, ▼. a. deva*ter. 

Devastation, dZTlsll'shSo , s. 
devastation , f. 

Devastator, dlylstl'lSr. s. de- 
vastateur , m. {.topper. 

Develop, dJtlrJJp. t. a. aeve- 

Development, d^Tal'Spmint, s. 
developpemeni . m. 

Duverjience , divir'jijise , s. 



DEV 

rente, d^eUvit^, f. 
Devest, dUlst', ▼. t. divfUr. 

depoaaider. [eUmi. 

Devex. dlv^kt', a^J* comr^ut' 
Devexity, dJvik's^a, f. cmt-* 
I bure , adctivite'f t. 
Deviate, d^'Wlte, v. b. dMer, 
I a^egarer. 
Deviation, d^TU'shla, •. H- 

vialion, t. tfgaremeHl, m. 
Device, dirise', a. inventitm, f. 

expedient, projet,m.\ devia^L 
Deviceful,dlYbe'/8l, «4. m- 

ventif. 
Devil. dlr'TL.!. dimble, m. 
Devihsh, dtT'THsh, adj. ( 

bolique. {diaooUquem 

Devilislily, dlv'vnahll, a*r. 
Devilishnest, dtT'TllaknVa, a. 

caractire diabolique. m. 
Devilldn, dSr'Tlkln, a. dimkU^ 

tin, m. Zifemrii. 

Devious, diWlSs, a^l. dMmmi, 
Devisable, dMse'lbl, a^J. aau^ 

ceptible d'etre inventi*^ 
Devise, devise', s. legt, m.} \t 

-, par teatament. 
Devise, d^vise^, t. a. eta. n»- 

venter, imagiaeri Ugiur. 
Devisee, iAylskl\ a. Xigutmin, 

hdritier, m. [p. 

Deviser, dM'zSr, a. imveHiemr, 
Devisor, d«Ti'sSr, a. tettmifmr, 

m. ilmkU. 

Devi table, dir'MibK adj. At- 
Devitation, dMcl'ahla, ■. 

ifvaaion, f. 
Devoid, dUSId'. adj. vide, 

exempt ^ prii'if die, ' 

Devoir^ d^Tilr', s. devir de 

bienaeance, m. 
Devolution, dST^lA'aliSa, a. 

devolution, acauieition, U 
Devolve, dJrAlT', v. a. flC n. 

ddr outer; tranemettreg lam- 

ber en paHage . dchoir. 
Devoration, dJT&ri'ahSn, »,d^ 

voration, gtoutonnerie, f. 
Dcvotary, dA^i'tlr), a. mdmrm 

teur, m. , 

Devote, diTlte^ t. a. ddooauTf 

dedier; mauairr, ertferer,' 
Devotedness, diT&'tldalsi a. 

d^ouement. m. 
Devotee, dir&ti^, a. higei, 

faux divot, m. 
Devotion id^T&'shSn, % diV' 

tion; affection, f. attatdk^ 

ment, m. iddvot, religieur. 
Devotional , dlTA'shUnlr, Ml|t. 
Devotionalist, diT&'shSntrat, 

Devotionist, dtT&'shSniat, a. 

faux devol , m. 
Devour, dhHr", r. a. iMw^ 

rer ; eng/outir. 
Devourer, d^T8l'r8r,a. ilAw- 

reur , gourmand , m. 
Devourin^ly,d^TSS'rlDfl}, adr. . 

gouln'ment. , 

Devout, divBflt', adj. divt. 



^.rtligiiir. DidMstic^ltlk'llLDidactlMl, 
■tle>i7 dlillt-Jli, idj. «l4ik^l, •dl.^M.eiiM.. 

.d^volUi.. i-iitumiM. IlidMlUMllT,Mlk-t1kiuf,l4I. 
Btly. dlilll'U, aili. dc. fnu muain didmtti^m: 

Btneii, dlilli'n)i,>. <^e^ Didappsr, Mifplr, •.ptu- 

•strhii;.. .sas«>.,....SGS 

b«prent,dlbt>pr]Bi',i<<j. inlmf upufMfri^fa, ct«k 

'drop I d^'<lrAp f a, ^oatte D(diu;tiOB,d4dtk'Alii,«.K^Hi- 



.p,dl'iip,. .,_. 

Ml trvuvt dvHUrot^,n^ - la ciat, ^4 

ST., alki'lir. ,kU. (blu.l rcrifi^iri I'futnar 



Hi, kaiilc, trptrt. 
eroiuly, ■Hki'ililill, idi. 
E JtiUrili. [I>al«ilr. 
iMHUIIMl Jlki'llilirii, T. 
[•( dtki^ull, tdj. iJMl. 



-nu.dJIr'f sli, >. cJiiV^K, t. 
™tSc, dll,.l.'l11. '■. 

Jiii;dfig-lnlJ,.di.i(u»o- 
Ct.d'fltkt, ■. £aliiilt, B. 

.fit), dlll'libi, ^ .Jf^.- 
igizc, dlll'tjlie, T. B. I'lii- 

e, illiJit,). <ffi>/ot><f,* 
e, ilijlf,!, q. ■*■■'-- 



Igoe', dlilt)', •', n. iJi'lo- Difficuigr , iW'HOMl , idi. 

'pUte^I'ltaliM.i.iiiiJnin' IH^cullT,dlFtikl]tl, t. di/'i!. 



iiimdi^ndt-,1. 1. 

I>imdeiiiw,dl nMai 
IlinidBBI. Arrtdhl 

UiBdnnttj, dirrtai 

nilHnd,ilir<iiil', T. I 
UifKiiion, dlirlib'an, 

dtfndri, I. 
DiflUiPnRP, dlrolJai. 

mctMrDKimi.t. 

niflluriit.dlralioi, > 

ltHFunn,d1Crtnu,.di. 

nillonnilr, dlnlr'ait 
Dil&iictipn, diarik 

IlilTiup,d1IClia',><J.i 

]>iSi««iiy,'SMrt'ii 

Dinuwdiiisi, dlsA'F 

n!iruipi>-''4lir;Mil, ^T. J; 

SilFiueiivH.dllllic'iiIji.Kiiri 
(ion,d1ff/-iklt>, >. ./i/T'uip 

DilFuiivfly, miTl'ilill, m 

ditpmUh, prvliriljj f. 
Dit , d!| , T. I. tl ■. rid. Dl ii 

Digunr. iieAai, m. linniV. 
DiaerenMt'jlTliit.idJ . n«<n 
Signl, dTjtil, >. 4Hgr,l,Jm. 
Uiiul, 4i]h[-, T. >. •> 1. dlf 

nilMter, Sp!''i£X ti'gaM 

rnnMr diirtlif, m. 
Difutible^lJhlfbJiiidi- f 'i 

pemt dig^^r. 
DUMti^dllii'Ulila,!. ^;f> 

Digntnr.dlJli'tlT, Ml. iTii'' 

n I DPI luip.d (Jlrliblrt, •.Di<ci 
DigMr,d1|'Str, i. »«irw« 

^/ffi^S"'^''" '""■'"""' 

DiaiUted,dTr{Illl>d, aiir (bni 



DlianiinnHaii, dlilB'lnil-^ili, 

D»<!^l?'cn'i'l^'ll', T. 1. «- 
Du^Qlui^ITt, ^ilmilL'iIilDt, 
nilipparcl . <ilii;ptr'IJ, •. i. 

niMuuMnmce, jljiwi Jr«1«M, 
iDiiapiwaring, dlilpf li^m, 

Dinippoin^ dlUppS^nff 1. 1, 
ifAp/winl"-, Jharrtr, pri- 

DitappoinhMit , dlilrllaf 

niiiinprabalian , tltlpprltil' 
■kS.V Di>n|>pronl, dlilp 

f. t/Ant, m. 

BjsJird, dli'ilrd, ■. btivurd, n. 

Diiarmnge', Aitirlaja', t. i. 
Uitarrnngf iHfiLt , dlilrrlaje' 

ni7li»idni^^ ^liiiUi'M, I. 
DiuHOCinU, d1il»l'>liUle, •. 

lliniiW.rt.l;-ljlr,.... ,^i,rr. 
]>iu>troiu,d1it)-IT>i,ii3j. lU- 

Siuitroiulr. dliii'lriil), idi. 



DiiattentuiB, tlUllh'ihtii, i 
OiH^n^|d1u'r't«i'il», < 
Diinionch, dliiiiljufc', Dii 

HTDW, ^lllll', I, 1. d* 

nm^mU^AM-il. nil 
aruwi>i«it, Ulititl'^lBl, , 



iibelicTrr, d1ili(ll'<!' ' 

s'lbUtn^.ltffcJlmt-, < 
■^iibDwd, dlibll'Il. T. 
(rrr. lei 

liibrimcli, dlittlut 

<i>bud, ifibid', J. • 

lilburtlen, dliblr'di, 

lUbimvnnitt dliH 
SubunrrK <1iblr^ , 

jicandT, iltikla'4l, 
iicuil, tirttrl', T. I 

iicvduH , itMet 

i<ra>P,d1ikli<',T.i. 

itcFiiSl'tlon.'diuIpIl 
l>«h>,dlB!n-, .. ( 

itc>riiibf>!, dliilr'il 
UGHoibtr. 4lutrt 
-■■CRiiintlr.dtiiicV 



i>uceri>libilil)^, din: 

Ditcn]>libi«, d^uirp' 

DiicPTptiun, diuirp 
didilremnt, tKoieri 
Diiceninn, tfiAk^ 

IKwIurgr, dliMlrfe 



Diiohar^n, dlilililr'J 






Iri»clobluig1y,dlHiiii->J1a|l 



nitunt, ^ulil 






jr,4lulnl'tlr, I. di 

niuerriontbi*. JlnIrM4l 



kink •■ priji'iKet, ■. 
MUle, 4lu}t-U, •.,•. if 

DiiieTenHuo, dliili'IrlDii, 

Itiuid«i«t 4li^iJil)iii<, ). d{ 

ltiuid<«t,°£'r-!Sdtsi, I. rfiH 

DiuiliniCf , 4Tu11'j^w, ■. a 
ffM iTMalrr en nimwu, 
niiHheut, IllBlrf)st,i4. s 

Sinililion, diulllih'lii, t. DI 
DiiuniJIiiT, dlHln'llli, » 

JiMMtniMh, htl'rKgUc. 
OuiunilantTi dlvlmKlr'Jl ^ 



DIS 120 



, tl'ltl., Dulifu 

BWi.=Ul>f. 
r, di'lltllLl, 4lll. 



■iait, <l.lrrlldl 
lii'dvlrnib, idj. 

mJtUiltt.t. 
a, dluini'lJu, 



;^C''rS.°Tr' (' 



127 



Engrr . ('ilr, idj. JAint 
EngeiatH, I'llml^ «. OB/.1 



Enr-drODB, ' fr'di^ph I . pf . poi- 
<h»» ^•rtUla, n. pJ. 

Ear^Up, Ufllp, t. fate (f" J'p 
EnrMoin, Irl'dim, i. iiwnilJd't 
EaiiiMitn,it^tBy,t.prietciU, 
Earlmvtbal > Irl'Btnkll , 



„ir-i1ipt, llr'ihll, %.jiiimtda 
Eailh, \ni, t. (cm, r.i uuhuIi. 
pntUi'i -, arf f It dt ^»i>r. 



Eiirtli-baai,lrtViiini, i^l. 

Earlli-bcnma. IciVbllnd, 
Ei(jrlhni,)i'ijla,iill. dt 



Esm«I,'lr^)>l, idJ. ardcnl, 

Enmeslly, tr-^iUl, td(. HWn- 
Eameil-lnoner, Ir'aistnauil, 



r-|>icW,)tr^1lit9r,> 



I, irikh, 



.'.XV- 



EHrtMinil, Itl^'Jlnf,!. 'jlaiilanl 

E vtlllT , hl'^li', 141. urrairt, 

E^filr-mindSlThlA-llinl*! 

EnrililT-mindediini, IriVll 

EMth-imlJwiS'iiJl... ir^^i, f, 
Eardi-nn^e, llfl'InUg, i. 

Ea^-iLHluBg , )ri*^ildD|, 

EilTtl^^1ro^■,ln^itn, i. v«- 
EarOij.bli-l, til- OrriHr: f"- 

miFV, grUHUr. 
Em-tnaap*!, Jlr-lrlmpjH, i. 

tM^wia, Hi'irtla.'i. (*iumii, 
Ear-wii, (trwli, >. prret- 



Eate, III, 1. ato, I- np«. in. 
J faiH, n ''^blTi ikipflar-, 

cir, •«»iiH>-, diSvnr, di- 
Amrter. ipaUiblB, 

Eaieria,lH7t[, idJ. irufKifJi, 

EaKiiie«t,'fc'i»KL,/Kl.'i.e«- 



-tM},t.i«.rd,piMM,m.; 
£a<mliiHt, iliiarllDi, I. tiij- 

£Ail«riT, Th^tll,' EJHtH^, 

Ji.'tini, I*, ifwl, trinlml. 
Eutwiird , n^'winl , i>4i. vm 




iSbT^,' , 

Kbbimi. IbiitH, (. kJIh, b. 
XbrnTEIiiin, fk^ii, £aiH. t. 
Kliuiuit.lb'iiilH,*. rtiUlt.B. 
ElmiiT,>'13ti.<**w,I. 
Eliriftr.IkrHlt. •■ i»»>, r, 
XI>rillndi!,ll>rll'll4M- titemdt, 
XlninritT. Inrfb-lrl, ^^Xl 
XlinJluncT, tbilJ-jHfisl, •. dA' 
Iwrdtmmt. m. Irtnlliliaii. , 
Eliulljmit, fbll'J'liit, idl. 1^' 
Xliiilliticn, Ii>^i1>Ii'Ib.>. fSui- : 

XoeniinV, Ikili'lilk, Eiwn-'. 
IrioMtali'itl kli.aJj^tioH.} 

Ewutri^r! ItSiiirTi'i.Ill, J, 
(■dm J mnlrialrj litrnm- 

EcwJniiutn, lulfiMa'lli' •! 
£nj1iiMi1ii', tkkllilb'llk, I. 

Ercfi-Kiatti^^T^^hlti^k. En- 

d.<[llllici|l,lllUMb%klL, 

EniTH'intli"nM>^!'>kM)illi'I) : 
klUf, idT. rccW«f^M«l, I 
Hcdniuticui, )kuiilli1ikl>, . 



II- J Ecpxf'vn , ikh'lien , d. (iDil.>r IQ - m»di, «»rv«ilfr, J 

L,l •'d.Ik'llillM, iiU. i-rf-i'. I flinrM. 

• - ' E.-hinii< , }k-|Eliin. , I. hiriimt, ' Edg<>!«>, iOyOt, Kf . abM 
E<-hii,)t'k.^>. iMd,B. [n. EdiEPluiu, Uli'lki, ati 
EcLu.tk'kl.T. 1.(111. 'T>d»-i csK'. [rmolw 

rAiwii'r, n-iMiip. Ed9»-lool, tdj«1I3l, ■. , 

Eahuairln, IklB'tdr, •. lM>- 1 Edgewa vi , Idji^li. , Ed 

BiM^ I, tcUirelatmni, m. Ed^iius. )djii(, i. bard. 

CcIhI, tUli>-,'i.' rW^. ■. Miii«^ : Ediblp. IflU, ■41. mmugn 
Eclpglic, lUIrilk, adj. nf». Ediol, VA\1, ■■ ^, b. « 

Erimii-, tuljH-, I. Ariiw. r. E^fimfiin, MNkl-rth 
aiiatr,i\Ryt;t.t.tia. ^tii^\ ^Mfiealbn, kMntcriM, 
Ht; >jr>»r. obunlri l^|EdifiIwtinT, Mfrfltllbl, 

Ecl^ltiR'lUi^'Tk'V (u^iiEdiliGrlV^Vri'^A^ 
Mipliaar, t. j firiKiit, B. . Uitgmnl 

EB(nn>n«, hkiaSifl?, A».'Edif]',id'Ill,T.ii.ivM£7*. 

i^aiiaiBifw, t;»iiiii>i«, ■■iii»-.Edil]riBtlj, idlllluU, 
Zfr. [hi. tfiroiHniiuii/iivnr. ■/'HIV naaniira dUifimttt, 

iunuiiii.-,lkiii-ii>li.. I. >. "-■-'''"*•, T.i.ifi«ur,r« 
■■ ' IdWla, (. iWi 

liaiVl. <&fftHr, 1 
tdllt'rill, lis.. 



Econoiny, Iktn'lmt, •.ymmi 
Ecilaii«d,lki'l£tl/|^idj.' u 



Ert"«'W"''?'Jf*''i'B' 


.Idlkllfalll,*.' 




ESi'sfiaasiSrsj 


Idia-llr, 1. . 


S^^^ 


E!!te:a';;-;.':r;;;2?j; 


^Sssfii 


Stei-,3:;s, 


■/.'i^^Ti 


s:si.,i»i. 


_T™!'m!i'-w?id,r°i™°;», iiT 


Mci,r.lici,, C 




Si"Jist 






[gmilh 




tl'Alll.f.iifu. J- 




iit^ir^fl^riJ. 








.CT/ev"?' 




Eft. C^>>» 




l'Vu:^.:i,;f;: 






Ufti; prrCiialha; lu - roiwlnL., 1 Ellas 


uwtiuu, Sdlulnl-ib 



ELU 



ElTcn,afIn, .. pi. ^.™ — . 
ElvuhT^'^Jti. EIIA. 

•£■1, ti 




t, ImbUt'ml' 

Esijniindnr. Imbls'ildSi' ! t. 
EnliHitlidmi, Imlili-iljili, ■. 



m^ 



E>C 



133 



ENF 



p. 



eur, m. , 

itingly , latsbtn'tlngll, 
lar enchnntemetU. 
itjneiitjCntsbint'mSat, s. 
ntement, m. 

itress, 2atshtn'tr2s, a. 
nteresae, torciire, f. 
ge, Sot5h2rje% t. a. char- 
{.serf encastrer, 
e, Sntshlse% t. a. tf/tcA/i«- 
iii£, ^tshi's^ng, s. en- 
urtif f. 

le, 2ns2r'kl, t. a. envi- 
r, entourer. 

let, ?ns?rk'l?t, s. cercle, 
u, m. 

6, JnknclkjS. (gr.) en- 
•xe; inclinaiaon, f. 

e, ?nklize', v. a. enclore, 
renfermer ; the enclosed 

, la letfre ci-incluse. 
lire, Snkli'zhire, s. cl6~ 

f. encloa, m. 

n, iaktt'fin, v. a. depo- 
ma un cercueiL 
ber, T. Encumber. 
last, "hnkii'mltsiyB. pa~ 
•iste, m. 

iastiCjSnk&m^ts'tlk, En- 
astical, ^nk&mils't^ktl, 
'onegyrique. 
iuiu, 2nk&'mlSm, s. ^a- 
'i^ue, eloge, m. 
tpass, %Dk2m'pts, v. a. 
rer, environner. 
passuient , SnkSm'pts 

8. circonlocution, f. 
', dngk&re', adv. encore. 
t, dngk&re'j t. a. rede- 
er, crier his. 
Ater, SnkSSn'tSr, s. ren- 
e, f. accident, m. 
tter, ?nk83n'i8r, v. a. et 
tcontrer; se rencontrer, 
\quer. 

aterer, inkSSn'tSrSr, s. 
'oniste, adversaire, m. 
rage, 2nk8r'r5dje, v. a. 
'rager , exciter, conj'or- 
onsoler. 
ragement, JnkSr'rIdje 

8. encouragement, m. 
rager, 2nkSr'ridj8r, s. 
icourage, protecteur, m. i 
Lie, 2nkri'dl, v. a. mettre 
un berceau. 

ison, inkr^m'zSn, r. a. 
er de pourpre. 
[)ed , Snkr^s'pid , adj. 

ich, 2nkr&tsb', y. a. et n. 
iter, usurper, anticiper, 
tarer. Uisurpateur, m. 
icher , lEDkr&tsh'Sr , s. 
telling ly, Snkr&tsh'lngl^, 
frt empie'tant, peu a peu. 
ichiuent, inkr&tsh'mSnt, 
ipietement , m. usurpa- 

tt^akrnsi', T.a. incruster. 



Encumber, InkSiii'btr, ▼. a. 
encombrer, amkarrma$tTt tm- 

pecher. 

Encumbrance, lakSm'b'rtBse, 
8. embarra*, »Hp/ckement,m. 

Encumbrancer, inktm'brlnsSr, 
8. cr^aneier hypoth^caire , m. 

Encjrclical, Instk'iikil, adj. 
encyclique,^ 

Encyclopedia, 3oslklip4'dJi, s. 
encyclopedie , f. 

Encyclopedian, Snslklip^'d^ln, 
Encyclopedlcnl, 2n.siklv*pi'di 
kll,adj. encyclope'dit/iif. 

Encycluxiedist, ^nsiklip^'dlst, 
a. encyclope'diste , ro. 

End, %nd, s. bout, m.fin, con- 
clusion, f.5 but, dess'ein ; bout; 
morceau, m.; to no-, en vain, 
sans effet ; to the - that, a fin 
que ; to stand on -, se dresser, 
se tenir debout ; to make an -, 
achever , terminer; to make 
an - of one, faire mourir qn. 

End, 8nd, v. a. et n. finir, ter- 
miner, achever; se terminer, 
cesser. 

Endamage, indtm'^dje, v. a. 
endoinmager , nuire. 

£ndama|enble , Sndim'idjtbl, 
adj. prejudiciable, nuisibte. 

Endaiungement , Sndtm'idje 
mint, s. dommage, m. perte, f. 

Endanger, ?ndin'j8r, y. a. met- 
tre en danger, hasarder, ris- 
quer. 

Endear, ?ndJ?r', y. a. rendre 
cher, Jfaire aimer ; caresser. 

Endearment, Snd^^r'mint, s. 
tendresse, f.? charmea , m. pi. 
caresses, f. pl. [m. 

Endearour, «nd?v'(ir, s. effort. 

Endeavour, ?nd2v'2r, y.h.s^ej- 
forcer, tdcher. 

Endeavourer, ?nd?Y'8r8r, s. 
qui s'efforce. ide'cagone, m. 

Eudeca^on, Sndik'SgSn, s. en- 

Endemial, ^nd^'mJll, End*»- 
iiiic, indim'ik, Endemical, 
indnn''ikSl, adj. endAnique. 

Endenizp, indSn'^i, Ende- 
nizen, indin'Izn, t. a. affran- 
chir. [.d^noncer. 

Endict , ?ndlle'. t. a. accuser, 

Endictment, eadlte'mSnt , y. 
Enditement. [»io/i, f. 

Ending, iSn'd^ng, 8. /Tn, conclu- 

Endite, Jndlte', y. a. dicier, 
e'er ire , composer; accuser. 

Enditement, Sndlte'mSnt, s. 
accusation , f. 

Enditer, indl'tSr, s. /crivaini 
accusateur, m. \,corde, f. 

Endive , ?n'd^v , s. endive, cki- 

Endless, ind'lis, adj. injini, 
perpe'tuel. [pe'tueltement. 

Endlessly, ?nd'I?.sli, adv. per- 

Endlessness, ind'lisuis, s. in- 
finite', perpe'tuite, I. 

Endlong, ^nd'ldng, adY. en 



long, de long, tout aroit. 
Eudmost, i^nd'm&si, adj. le 

plus eloigne. 
Endorse, indorse', \.a.endosser. 
Endorsement, SudSrse'mi^nt, s. 

endossement , m. [.sear, m. 
Endorser, ?nd5^r's8r, s. endos- 
Endow, ?nd8ft' Endower, 

?nd8fl'2r, V. a. aoter, douer. 
Endower, indl&''iT,s.qui duue, 

fondateur , m. 
Endowment , SndSft'mSot , s. 

dotation, f. don, m.$ endow- 
ments , pl. talents, m. pl. 
Endrudije, SndrSdjc', y. a. ren- 

'dre esclave , assujettir. 
Ends-man , 2ndz'min , s. re- 

vendeur , m. 
Ends-woman, 2ndz'wimSn, s. 

rei'endeuse , f. 
Endue, 2ndA', y. a. douer, 

orner , revttir. 
Endurable, indA'rtbl, adj.i«ii^- 

portable, tolerable. 
Endurance, 2nd& 'rinse, 8. du- 

rce, patience, sou ff ranee, f. 
Endure, cndAre', y. a. et n. en- 

durer, supporter t durer, con- 

t inner. 
Endurer, ^nA^'T^Tfa.quisouffre, 
Endwise, Snd'wlze, adv. per- 

pendiculairement. 
Enecate, J^n'^kite, v. a. tuer. 
Enemy , iSn'^m J , s. ennemi, ad- 

versaire , m.. 
Energetic, 2n?rjXt'ik, adj. e'n^r- 

"ique, vigoureujr. 
Energetically , *iJn2rj2t'Sktll*, 

adv. energiquement. 
Energic, 2n?r'J^k, v. Energetic. 
Energize, Sn'irjlze, v. a. et n. 

e'nergiser ; aeir avec ^n^rgie. 
Energy, in'?rj^, s. energie, vi- 

gueur, efficacite, f. 
Enervate, 'inlfr'vite, v. a. ^ner- 

ver, efl'eminfr. 
Enervation, Bnncrvi'shRn , s. 

enervation, f.; amollissement, 

m. 
Enerve, InXrv', v. Enervate. 
Enfamisb, iinrtm'^sh, v. a. «/- 

famer. \blir, debiliter. 

Enfeeble, XnfJJ'bl, v. a. affai- 
Enfee])lemcnt, 2nf**'blm?nt, s. 

aff'aihlissement , m. 
EnlHofF, 'iafkhV, v. a. (j«r.) in- 

fe'oder. Unfe'odation, f. 

Enfeoffment, ?nrtif'm2nt, s. 
Enfetter, 2nr2t't2r, v. a. en- 

chainer. 
Enfever, Xnrt'vSr, v. a. donner 

la Jihvre ; exalter^ 
Enlierce, Infiirse', v. a. ren- 
dre furieux. {.enfilade, f. 
Enfilade, infllide', s. (mil.) 
Enfilade, inf^lAde', v. a. (mil.) 

en filer. l^eu . 

Enfire, ?nflre', v. a. mettre en 
Enforce, 2nfirse', s. force, f. 
Enforce, Snf&rse', v. a. et n. 



ing,!nr4'fl 



OpiR, lull 



ler, ioii'bSi 






''■'''"■ iV^'i^^l 









E'lDll, Itvll. Ml. fiml'm.i- 

Euii.i; rv>ll, T. I. ^mEm'i 

EqiuliuliaD,tkiillU^*h, •, 
Eqiuliir,Tk<*lba.T.a. <bd- 







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Excoriation, Zksk&r^I'sh8n> s. 

(chirj excoriation, f. 
Ixcortication, SkskSrt^ki'sbSn, 

1. decortication, t. 
Excrente, iks'krUte, t. a. ex- 

pectorer, oracher. 
Excreatioii, SkskrU'shila, s. ex- 

ptctoration. f. [jcrement, m. 
Excrement, Sks'kr^mint, K. er~ 
fixcreuiental, , ikskrJmSii'til, 

Excrementitious, ikskr^mia 

tSsh'Ss, adj. ercrementiel. 
Sxcreacenc'e,lk.skr2s's?n.sej Ex- 

crescency, ikakrSs'alasI, s. 

excroistance. f. 
Excrescent, SkskrSs'sInt, adj. 

^ui forme itne excroiseance. 
Excretinn,ikskr^'sh&n, s. (m^d.) 

excre'tion, f. 
Excretive, ikikri'i^r. Excre- 
tory, Skskfl'iar^, adj. (m6d.) 

excre'toire. 
Excruciable , ZkskrSS'shilbl , 

adj. sujet au tourment. 
Excruciate, ikikrSS'shUte, t. a. 

tourmenter, torturer. 
Excruciation,2kskr88sbiWh2D, 

1. torture^ f. 
Excubation^ tksk&bl'shSn , s. 

veille contmuelle, t. . 
Exculpate, iiukSl'pite, t. a. Jia- 

culper, evcuaer. 
Exculpation, ZkskSlpi'sbSn, s. 

di$culpation. t. 
ExcuJpatorr, SkskSrpllSr^, adj . 

iutti'fictaij. 
ucursion, SkskXr'sh^n, s. er> 

ettrtion, aigrewon, t. 
Excursive, tkskir'slv, adj. qui 

t'e'gare. 
Excursiveness, ^kskSr's^Tnts, s. 

tgartment, m.{ liberie , f. 
Excusable, IkskA'ilbl, adj. ex- 

mtable, 
Eicasablenpss Ikaki'ilblnSs, s. 

ittU d'etre excu9able,m. 
Excnsation, Skskizi'sbflo, s. ex- 

auation, excuse, f. 
Excusatory, SkskA'sttSrl, adj. 

jmttificatif, apologe'tique. 
Eunse, IkMAze', s. excuse ; jus- 
tification, f. 
EuDSP, ikskAze', t. a. excuser, 

di$culper, juatijier; dispen- 
ser, exempter. [.excusable. 
iicuseJess.Sksklze'lSs, adj. in- 
Iicuser, 2kskA'z8r, s. qui ex- 

tMte. Csir, se'tfuestrer. 

IicnsS| ikskSs', v. a. Ou'-) .'<*'- 
bfiussion, ikskSsh'Eo^ s. saisie, 

ttequestre, m. 
Eucrable, Sk'slkrtbl, tLdj. ex- 

ia-ttble. detestable. 
Ixecrableness , Sk'stkrlblnss, 

I. abomination , horreur, f. 
Iwcrably,8k'«ikrlbl*, adv. exe- 

trahlement. 
Ev>cnite, Ik's^krlte, t. a. ex' 

t'crer, abhorrer. 
Execration, Iks Jkrl'shu , s. 



I ere'cration, tnale'diction, f, 
j Ex»»crnlory, ek'.s^kritdr^,.s./o/'- 
1 mule e.rr'cratoire, f. 
i Exert, ik-sHkl', v. a. couper, re- 

tranc/ier. [.sion, f. 

|£\f'(:tioiu SksUk'shSn, s. exci- 

Ex<?cutP, 2k's^kAte, >.a. exe'cu- 

ter; ejfeclner, accomplir. 
Ex(>out(*r, Sk'sJkilSr, s. exe'cu- 

teur, m. 
Exocutiun, Sks^kA'shSn, s. exe'- 

cutiun, f.; accoinpliasenient, 

m.; place of -,lieu du sup- 

plice,m. ilwurreau, m. 

Executioner, ?ks^kA'.shitn8r, s. 
Executive, 2gz2k'iil^v, adj. exc- 

cutif. 
Executor, ZRsUk'AtSr, s. (jur.) 

ere'cuteur teatamenttiire, in. 
Executorship , Zgs'^k'At&rsblp, 

8. (jnr.) charge d'executeur 

testanientaire, {. 
Executory, iJgs2k'At&rJ,s. (jur.) 

exe'cutoire , m. 
Executrix, 2g.s2k'Atr1ks, s. (jur.) 

exe'cufrice testanientaire, f. 
Exegesi.s,iesij i's'is, s, exe'gese, f. 
Exeseticnl, Zgsijti'^kil, adj. 

exe'ge'tique, erplicatif. 
Exemplar, 2gz?m'pl&r, s. ex- 

emplaire, modele, m. 
Exeiuplarily, i^gz'SmpllrMI , 

adv. exempiuireinent. 
Exeniplariiies.Sj^Kz'^inpllr^nSs, 

s. exemple, modele, m. 
Exemphiry, 2gz'2mpliri, adj. 

exemplaire. 
Exouiplilicntion, SgzZmpI^f^ki' 

shSn, s. copie, f. double ; mo- 
dele, m. 
Exemplify, SgzZm'pUfl, t. a. de- 

montrer par des exemples ; 

copier, transcrire. 
Expmx>t, 2gzSmt', v. a. exempter, 

dispenser. 
Exempt^ JgzSoit', adj. exempt. 
Exemption, 2gz2m'sh&ii , s. 

exemption, f. 
Exemx)titious , ZgzSmn.sh'ft.s , 

adj. separable. leventrer. 

ihcenlerate, ?gz?n't?rite, v. a. 
Exenteration, ^gziSntl^r^'shiio, s. 

action d'e'i-entrer, f. 
Exequial , 2gzi'kwJ4l, adj. fu- 

ne'raire, funebre. 
Exequies, ?ks'ikwiiz, s.pl./u- 

nerailles, f. pi. 
Exercent, 9gs2r's2nt, adj. qui 

exerce , qui pratique, exer- 

qant.^ praticien. 
Exercise, ^ks'ersize, s. exercise, 

m. motion corporelle,t.; theme, 

m.) evolutions militaires, f.pl. 
Exercise, 2ks'?rslzo, v. a. et n. 

exercer; dresser; pratiquer ; 

s'exerfer, /aire 1'e.rercice. 
Exerciser, 2ks'2rslz3r, s. qui 

exerce. 
Exercitation, 2gz?rsiti'sh8n, s. 

exercice, m. pratique, f. 



Exergue, Jsz^rgk', s. exergue, 

m. inscription, f. 
Exert, Ugz'drt', v. a. employer , 

ere'cutvr , accomplir ; Juire 

sorlir,montrer,deplo\fi-r.J'aire 

e'clntrn to - ooc's self, v. r. 

s'e/Tprcer. [m. 

Exertion^ ?KZ?r'sh8n, s. effort, 
Exestuntion, ^gz^stshAJt'sUiiQ, s. 

ebullition, f. 
Exfoliate, 2ksfi'lUtc, v. n.s'ex- 

foUer, se peler. 
Exfoliation, (^ksf&lM'shSn , s. 

e.rfoliutiou , f. 
Exlialahle, Zgzhi'libl , adj. qui 

pent s'erhaler. 
Exlialation, 2gzhlii'.sh8ii, s. e.r- 

haluison, evaporation, f. 
Exiiale, ilgzhiic', v. a. et n. ex- 

baler, s'e.rhaler. 
Exhnleinent, ^gzhilc^mSot, s. 

erhalaison, f. 
Exhaust, 2gzh2wst', t. a. e'pui- 

ser, diminuer. [.e'puisable. 

Exhaustible, 2gzb2ws't^blc, adj. 
Exhaustion, Sgzbiwo'tsbitn, s. 

e'puisement, m. 
ExJiaustless, ?gzh2wst'I?s, adj. 

inc'puisable, intarissable. 
Exhaustment, igzbJtwst'mSnt, s. 

e'puisement, m.; suigne'e, t. 
Exlieredate, 2ksb55r'*dlitc, y. a. 

de'she'riter. 
Exhereda^ion^ iksbBr^di'sbSo, 

s. exhe'redation , f. 
Exhibit, 2gzh1b'1t, s. piice, f. 

document, m. 
Exhibit, ?gzblb'1t^ v. a. exhiber, 

montrer, produire, 
Exhibiter, 2gzb^b'k2r, s. qui 

fait voir; accusateur, m. 
Exhibition, 9gzh^b1sb'8n , s. 

exhibition, exposition; bourse, 

pension, f. [s. boursier, m. 
Exhibitioner, *gzh^b1sh'3n8r, 
Exhibitive, 2gzb1b'hH, adj. 

repre'sentant. 
Exhilarate, ^gzbll'lrlto, t. a. 

e'gayer, rejouir, divertir. 
Exhilaration, ^gzhlllri'sbSn, s. 

rejouissance, gaiete, f. 
Exhort, ?gzh8rt', v. a. exhorter, 

exciter., ^ [^exhortation, f. 

Exhortation, ?gzh3rti'sh&n, s. 
Exhortative, ?gzhSr'tliH Ex- 
hortatory, 2gzhir'lltSr^, adj. 

erhoriant. [horte. 

Exhorter, 2gzb3r't8r, s. qui ex- 
Exhumation, iJksAmi'sbSn , s. 

exhumation, f. 
Exiccate, Sks^k'kite, y. a. se'- 

cher, dessecher. 
Exiccatiun, Zks^kkl'sbSn , s. 

desse'chement, m. 
Exigence, Jk'sij^nse, Exigen- 
cy, 2k's^j2asl, s. exigence, f. 

besoin, m. 
Exigent, ?k's>j?nt, adj. pre-- 

sant, urgent; -, s. besoin 
1 pressant, m. ; mauvaise uj- 



f, T.a. Inn- Vne- 

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Ixcoriation, iksk&rlX'shin, s. 

(chir.) excoriation, f. 
Excordcation, 2kskirt2kWbSn, 

1. decortication, f. 
Eicreate, iks'krUte, t. a. ex- 

pectorer,. orttcher. 
Excreation, SkskrU'shSn, s. ex- 
pectoration, f. [.cre'mentf m. 
Xxcreinent, Sks'kr^mint, s. ex- 
£xcreinental, , SkskrimSu'til, 

JExcremeiititious, ^kskr^min 

tSsh'Ss, adj. excrementiel. 
ixcrescenc'e,ikskr2s's2nse, Ex- 

crescency, Skskris'slns^j s. 

exgroistance, f. 
Excrescent, BkskrSs'sint, adj. 

If ui forme uue excroiaaance. 
£xcretion,2kskri'shSn, s. (m^d.) 

excretion, t. 
Excretive, ikakri'rtr. Excre- 
tory, ikskfl't&ri, adj. (m^d.) 

excretoire. 
Excruciable , ckskr38'slUibl , 

adj. aujet au tourment. 
Excruciate, 2kBkr38'sliUte, t. a. 

tourmenter, torturer. 
Excruc ia ti oii,2kskr2 3sh ^ I'shSn, 

s. torturcj f, 
Excubation, Sksklbl'shSn , s. 

veitle continuelle, f. . 
Exculpate, ikskSl'pUe, y. a. dia- 

culper, excuaer. 
Exculpatioh, SkskSlpi'shSn, s. 

diaculpatioH, f. 
Exculpatory, ^kskSrpltclr^, adj. 

juatificatif. 
Incursion, SkskSr'sh^n, s. ex- 

curaion, aigre^aion, f. 
Excursive, Skskiir's^v, adj. qui 

a'e'gare. 
Excursii'eness, ^kskSr's^vnSs, s. 

egarement, m.; liberie', f. 
Excusable, Skskl'zibl, adj. ex- 

cuaable. 
Excusableness 2ksk&'ztbln2s,s. 

e'tat d^etre excusable, m. 
Excusation, SkskAzi'sbSn, s. ex- 

euaalion, excuse, f. 
Excusatory, ikskA's^tSrA, adj. 

juatificatif, apologetique. ^ 
Excuse, Skskaze', s. excuae ; jua- 

tification, f. 
Excuse. Jkskize', v. a. excuaer, 

diaculper , justifier ; diapen- 

aer, exetnpler. [_excuaable. 
Excuseless,2kskAzo'l8s, adj. in- 
Excuser, 2kskA'zSr, s. qui ex- 
cuse, [fir, ae'aueatrer. 
Excuss^ 2ksk8s', v. a. (jur.) aai- 
£xcussion,2ksk{i!jb'&aj s.aaiaie, 

f. ae'questre, m. 
Execrable, iJk'sikrtbl, adj. ej> 

ecrable, detestable. 
Execrableness, Sk'sikrtblnSs, 

s. abomination, horreur, f. 
Execrably,2k'«ikrlbli, adv. exe- 

crableinent. 
Execrate, Sk'sikrlte, t. a. ex- 

e'crer, abhorrer. 
Execration, SksikrWhSa , s. 



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execration, malediction, f. 
Execratory, ek's^kritdr^, n.for- 

ntute execratoire, f. 
Exect, ?ksekl', v. a. couper, re- 

trancher. [sion, f. 

ExeotioiL. 2ks2k'sh8n, ^. exci- 
ExecutP, ?k'sikAle, v.a. execu- 

ter; ejfectiier, accomplir. 
Execut(?r, 2k'sJkAt2r, s. exe'cu- 

teur, m. 
Execution, ZksJkA'shSn, s. exe- 
cution, f.; accompliaaement, 

m.; place of -, lieu du aup- 

plice,m. [bourreau, m. 

Executioner, ?ks^kA'sh8n3r, s. 
Executive, Bgzik'Ailv, adj. exe- 

cutif. 
Executor, ?gs2k'At2r, s. (jur.) 

exe'culeur teatamentaire, m. 
Executorship, igs'dk'At&rsh^p, 

s. (jur.) charge d'executeur 

teatamentaire, f. 
Executory, igs2k'At&rl, s. (jur.) 

exe'cutoire , m. 
Executrix, Sgsik'Atrlks, s. (jur.) 

exe'cutrice teatamentaire, f. 
Exegesis,?gsij i's^s, s. exegeae, f. 
Exegetical, 2gsij«t'ikil, adj. 

exe'ge'lique, explicatif. 
Exemplar, 2gz?m'pl&r, s. ex- 

emplaire, modele, m. 
Exeinx)larily , igz'Smpllr^U , 

adv. exemplairement. 
Exemplariuess, igz'Smpl&r^D^s, 

8. exemple, modele, m. 
Exemplary, Sgz'Smpltrl, adj. 

exemplaire. 
Exemplification, "kgilmylltlki' 

sbSn, s. copie, f. double ; mo- 
dele, m. 
Exemplify, SgzSm'plJfljV. a. de- 

montrer par dea exemplea ; 

copier, tranacrire. 
Exempt, SgzSmt', v. a. exempter, 

dispenser. 
Exempt;^ igzimt% adj. exempt. 
Exemption, igzSm'sb&n , s. 

exemption, f. 
Exemptitious , ^gzSmtlsh'Ss, 

adj. separable. [eventrer. 

Rcenterate, 2ez?n'l?r4je, v. a. 
Exenteration, (gzSntSrl'shSn, s. 

action d'eventrer, f. 
Exeqfuial, 2gzi'kwJ4l, adj. fu- 

neraire, funebre. 
Exequies, %ks'ikyfllz, s.pl./a- 

neraillea, f . pi. 
Exercent, 2gs2r's2iit, adj. qui 

exerce , qui pratique, exer- 

^ant.^ praticien. 
Exercise, iks'Srslze, s. exerciaty 

m. motion corpor/ille,t.; theme, 

m.^ evolutiona militaires, f.pl. 
Exercise, 2ks'2rslze, v. a. et n. 

exercer; dresser; pratiquer ; 

a'exerfer, faire Vexercice. 
Exerciser, 2kd'2rsizSr, s. qui 

exerce. " 

Exercitation, Zgz%rs«tl'sh2n, s. 

exercice, m. pratique, f. 



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Exergue, 2gz?rgk', s. exergue, 

m. inacription, f. 
Exert , !igz2rl', v. a. employer , 

exe'culer , accomplir ; fuire 

aorlir, monlrer, deploy tr. faire 

e'clater; to - one's self, v. r. 

a'eflorcer. [m. 

Exertion, 2gz?c'sh8n, s. effort, 
Exestuation, ^giSslshAl'sbSD, s. 

ehAllition, f. 
Exfoliate, 2ksfi'Ulte, v. n. a'ex- 

folier, ae pelt'r. 
Exfoliation, i^ksfMM'shSn , s. 

exfoliation , f. 
Exhalable, ^gzbi'libl , adj. qui 

pent a'exhaler. 
Exhalation, ^gzhftli'shi^n, s. ex- 

halaison, evaporation, f. 
Exhale, ?gzhile', v. a. et n. *x- 

haler, a'exhaler. 
Exhalomput, ^gzhile'mSnt, s. 

exhalaison, f. 
Exhaust, igzhlwst', v. a. e'pui- 

aer, diminuer. [.e'puiaable. 

Exhaustible, igzhSws'tible, adj. 
Exhaustion, ^gzbSws'tsbBn, s. 

epuiaement, m. 
Exliaustless, ?gzh2wst'l?s, adj. 

inc'puiaable, intarisaable. 
Exliaustme)it, Sgzblwst'mSnt, s. 

e'puisement, m.j aaigne'e, f. 
Exheredate, 2ksh55r'«dite, v. a. 

de'sbe'riter. 
Exhereda^ion^ IksbSr^dlL'shSn, 

s. exheredation , f. 
Exhibit, Jgzhlb'lt, s. piice, f. 

document, m. 
Exliibit, ?gzh1b'1l^ v. a. exhiher, 

montrer, produire, 
Exhibiter, 2gzh1b'it3r, s. qui 

fait voir; accusateur, m. 
Exliibition , 2gzh^b1sh'(b , s. 

exhibition, exposition; bourse, 

pension, f. Dt. boursier, m. 
Exhibitioner^ egzh^b^sh'SnSr, 
Exliibitive, 2gzb1b'itlv, adj. 

representant. 
Exhilarate, ?gzh1l'irlte, v. a. 

e'gayer, rtfjouir, divertir. 
Exliilaralion,?gzh?l4ri'shSii, s. 

re'jouissance, gaiete, f. 
Exhort, ?gzh8rt', v. a. exhorter, 

exciteRj^ [exhortation, f. 

Exhortation, ?gzh8rti'sh8n, s. 
Exhortative, XgzhSr'lltIv, Ex- 
hortatory, ?gzh3r'llt8ri, adj. 

exhort ant. [horte. 

JExliorter, 8gzh3r'tSr, s. qui ex- 
Exhumation, i^ksAini'shSn, s. 

exhumation, t. 
Exiccate, Sks^k'klte, v. a. »e- 

cher, deaaecher. 
Exiccation , Zks^kkVsb8n , s. 

dessechement, m. . 
Exigence, ik's^jinse, Exigen- 
cy, Sk's^jSosI, 8. exigence, f. 

beaoin. m. 
Exigent, ^k'sijtnt, adj. pres- 

tant, urgent t -, s. beaoin' 

fireaaant, m,\ mauvaise of' 



Imdtate , bUt'ittlu, i. Ei 
■KiUU. Umtlitn, f 

button, Infa^Mb, •. tarn 

Ir.lT. >. i^u, r. mi; ■. . 



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FaMt, rl'Wlr.i./.ffJ'T,.. 
Fiibliau, ri'biit, I. AiUiflo, B. 
Fabric . rtftjk, uj-iriiui, I. 

Vabrin, tlVrik, Fabriontp, (Iti' 
iliaii , T. 1. /■IrVf; mu- 

Fnbricntionlnbrlkl'd^ (./k 
Pnbnutor.iSiittl'iai, ■.'/•*>-J- 
FahuiuLllbTltitri.y^fliM: 
Fiihnlo>>lr,llblll>-(il7>- <•- 
vmliimMHkir, I. U<v. 

TalmlDuWr. rtb-lll9lVidi.>- 
FacHilp, Itslda', 1. fufndt, t. 



JjS-.igllt, I'llw, t. V-., f. 

atrJabtc Atont, f. o*rtf4rd- 
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FactjinulT.rtkUbll, tdi. 
MprilditiJitha'a. ' 
Futitioiu, nulik-li, i4./aE. 

lie*, mrllfitlrl. 
FutfUinuBFH, rtUlih'iHti, 1. 

--'orug-. rtk-llrlj./.. >^ 
iinjiiii'. (Ikllnlilp, >. «- 

Drjr, (Ik-drt^ i.J&aUrarir, 

I. ijtmploir, m. [ftm, m. 

Facto Inm.rlUt-llB, i. /acit- 
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^ty, lit- ml, 1. /acii/V, f.i 



/oi/v t'hifpoerilei u - irilb, 



Fnc^Fiuntfr, flie'iilaiir. ■. m 
Facppainling, (!■■' plaSai , I 

art dr priitart U p^rait, B. 
Fasel, rti'Ii, •. yuiw, r. 
Fiwetioiu, cli^ilili, ijil. /«<(■ 

flHU, p Ul fm H t, ballffan , Hj, 

Pacetiouilr, (Li'iiaill, id.. 

ruetionni'vi, fliJ'iliIiaii,!. 

ftuiAlr, piMiKuamr, I. 
'acilK, Ifa'dl, idj.^eJJ*, oM; 

Panlitatr, rfill'Illli, •.>./>«'- 

•uMt^oa , SSsSik-Atm, I. 
a«.«.Je/«ei(ittr, /.=ail« 

Fara'itT', llill'il!. i-JadH" 

Facii^, tl-ilm, ■« . w/aM, «..- 



'rUn'^bDl 



SiS' 



m-i faealtlefipl- lalntu, m-n\. 
Facnnd, Itk-lD^ali. ^Jnuoit. 
Facuiiditr, rtkla-d(ll, •. «<>■ 

f.cnu, (. [fofrr, aJBiKV. 

Fnd«» Ada, T-*.*tB,jWHv 

'flZ.-^-St.- '■»■"■" 

Fading, It'dlo^, a4j. faj dit- 

F.'State^pl^]!;,,'^."-- 
■IdomT'S'lSi'B'?" ""' ■ 
nF«>, [It'^ s. pi. (cliiBj J>- 

FniOti nrll, '•- ■- mtitrt m 

FxiLU t-bud, rti^lUitd,!. imri. 
Fall, rtla, .//Jiifc, r5«-»l. 

Fail, tile, .. a. <i a. a(a"'f«r 

w«d, mofwiirr lit parole. 
Failau«rrt'ilo". t. Failaci. 



taUb, Iln'lrt, •. I. II D. 4/- 
Aw)aitT,rtiiti'lil,i.Fti»u- F 

tUflb, ■■ vvrntiiiti vau; fair/- 

luatic, lialllli, •. jmuuuiut, 
iiauic, Itall'l'k, Cuniitical, 

ImticitlD, rlnll'tilim, 1. />- 

t^m; rta'tirti." t'ai"/^- 

rnoifDllT, tls'ifdUl, .d.. 
fmcif n lneH. fu'itAliiti , ■. 

m'mv a AlnUf^" iD*.y. i 
ta h»> I -, ■iiJ'- KU I'-fA, » 

rncT.^wu^d, llD-itfrlm'd, 

Wm,'ri''fl™'" 
Inraron.Iln'fli 

Tui£ironfi(l4>, nalirSalde', a, 

Fu|pd» riiij'd, uli- arm^ dr 
Tn^e'ttuftl, .. i««"»^i, t,' 

rufled, rt.C(ri, tdi. i-..^'- 

Fu;|l"l'!^rtD('Jl>, ulj. H» itlL 

lutniwd, fin'U^Ui, filiiH iJc 
JmHmliia.tagriaittii. 
laiuin, flB'OiB, 1. U(hi», 



ii-i1t,FiiDUitic-|Funer, flr^li, 



I Fairow, nr'rt, i. nf Ji eacj|«i, 
■alnmi , (tatli' lllill ! Farinv, (tr-rl, t. i. codnutrr. 
M/ui.J., /. nyvVt-, m. . Fnr-tliaulin«, Ib'iliSSdM.XJ- 



..>V?" 



P:;;^'£^i;!^;pg^;';; 



rirS, .! ..yurJrr. 
■l.tir'dil, ■,/■>■■*<■".?»- 
.l,°[ir'dll, T. ..JliTrf« 



loil, rtt'rtull', >. ttr 
Lclipd',nr'riuhtd,adJ. 
ifr^ui'!^'rirfiil^''b'r^: 



11..111. .. 



FBr(1u'l,'llr'Tiln|%.'l. (■■ 

riaihnnnrr'. llrTRttliiH, 



,S!i 



a, fftll'ftB, t.Jormt^/O' 



FhiIiiw, ilili'Iii, T. •. ftrmrr, 

FniliioiIKlile, rtlh-inlbL idj. A 
Faillionnbll-nrii , fiS-tDlM 

Pil!lliiDniiblr, n<h;{iilb?tT°ldV 






FAI 

Failing, fiHng, s. faute, f. de- 

ffUlt, IB. 

Failure, fil'yAre. f. manque, di- 
faui, m. ; banquerotite, f. 

Fain, fine, adj. et adv. oblige, 
force, contraint ; volorUiera. 

Fain, fine. t. n. eouhaiter, de- 
air er araemmenl. 

Faint, fint, v. a. et n. abattre, 



d^co 



urager; a evanouir, 



dia- 



paraitre ; perdre courage. 

Faint, fint, adj. languisaant, 
faible; abattu, timiae, lache. 

Fainthearted, fint'hXrtXd, adj. 
timide, abattu, lache. 

Faintheartedly, fint'hXrtldlJ, 
adv. lachement, en poltroa. 

Faintheartedness^ fint'hirt?d 
nSs, s. Inchete, Uniidit^, pol- 
tronnerie, f. 

Faintinp:, finflng, s. faibleaae, 
defailTance, f. 

Fajntish, fint'lsh, adj. affaibli. 

Faintishness, fint'isb'n^s, s. 
faibleaae, f. abattement, m. 

Faintling, fint'llDg,adj. timide, 
poltron. 

Faintly, fint'lJ, &Ay.faiblement. 

Faintness, fint'nSs, s. langueur, 
lachete, f. abattement, m. 

Fainty, fin'ti, a^. faible, lan- 
guiaaant. 

Fair, fire, adj. beau; agre'able; 
tans taehe, pur, clair; favo- 
rable ; eifuitable, bonnet e ; ain- 
cire; calme ; - sex, s. beau 
sexe, m.; - hair, s. cheveux 
blonda, m. pl.j to be - with 
one, agir deoonnefoi ai'ec qn. 

Fair, fire, adv. agreablement, 
favorablement , aincerement, 
honnetement ; poliment; en 
bonne intelligence; to keep - 
with one, itre bieh avec tjn.; 
to promise -, donner de bellea 
eaperancea. 

Fair, fire, s. beaute, belle 
femme ; foire, f. 

Fair-dealing, fire'dJllng, s. 
bonne foij probite', f. 

Fair-faced., fire'fis'd, adj. qui 
a la peau du viaage blanche. 

Fairing, fire^ng, s. preaent de 
la foire, m. {paaaable. 

Fairish, fi'rlsb, adj. aaaez bien. 

Fairly, fire'lJ, adv. agreable- 
ment, convenablement ; hon- 
netement ; aincirement. 

Fairness, fire'n^s, s. beauty, 
probity, candeur ; couleur 
blonde, f. ie'le'gant, Eloquent. 

Fair-spoken, fire'spik'n, adj. 

Fair -time, fire'tlme,s. tempa 
de foire, m. 

Fairy , fi'ri, s. fee, f . 

Fairjr, fi'ri, adj. defe'ea. 

Faitll^ fiM, s. foi, croyancef 
^fidelile, f. 

Faith! fiM, int. par ma foi! 

Faith -breach, fiiA'br^itsh, 



146 

Faith-break, fiM'brike, s. 
mauvaiai foi, perfidie, f. 

Faitlilid, fiM'ftl, ndi. fidile, 
aincere. 

Faitlifnlly, tith'tlWl, iir.fidi- 
lement. aincirement. 

Faithfulness, fiM'fftln?s, s.fi- 
de'lite, loyaute' , f. 

Faithless, fifA'lSs, adj. injidhle, 
perfide, deloyal. 

Faithlessness,* fiM'l^snSs, s. 
infidelite, perfidie, f. 

Fake, fike, s. (mar.) pli d*un 
cordage roue, m. 

Fakir, fi'kBr, s. fakir, m. 

Falcade, fJikide', s. (ma.) fal- 
cade, f. Zfalciforme. 

Falcated, fllki'lid, adj. falque, 

Falcation, fllki'sbSn, s. cour^ 
bure^ f. {jglaive, m. 

Falchion, fll'shSn,s. cimeterre, 

Falcon, flyflm, s. faucon, m. 

Falconer, fSw'knSr, s. faucon- 
nier, m. [.neau, m. 

Falconet, fiw'k&nit, s. faucon- 

Falconry, flw'knrJ, s. faucon- 
nerie, f. [^acage, m. 

Faldage, fll'dlje. s. droit de 

Faldstool, flld'st38l, s. marche- 
pied, m. 

Fall, fill, s. chute; de'clivite; 
decadence ; degradation ; 
baiaae ; caaaade ; embouchure 
(d'une riviere), f.} to get a -, 
faire une chute ; to give a -, 
faire tombe^* 

Fall, fSlI, V. ^. et n. irr. laiaaer 
tomber ; abaiaaer , abattre ; 
mettre baa ; diminuer , de- 
croitre, a'apaiaer ; to - asleep, 
a*endormir; to - short, etre 
ati-deaaoua de; to - in love 
with, devenir amoureux de ; 
to - away, maigrir, deperir; 
languir ; perir ; apoataaier ; 
to - back, retomber; manquer 
(i aa parole ; cdder ; to - down, 
tomber par terre ; ae proater- 
ner ; to - in, tomber dedana ; 
a'e'bouler; a'aocorder; to- in 
with, entreprendre ; to — in 
with the enemy, rencontrer 
Vennemi; to - off, faire de- 
fection, abandonner, ceaaer; 
ae revolter ; to - on, tomber 
aur, attaquer; to - out, arri- 
ver, aurvenir : ae brouiller; 
to - over, tomber par-deaaua ; 
paaaer a I'ennemi; to - to, 
a*appliquer ; a'adonner a ; to 
- under, to - within, entrer 
dans, faire partie ; to - upon, 
attaquer; entreprendre; to - 
to one's self, rentrer en aoi- 
m^me. icaptieux. 

Fallacious. fllli'shRs, adj. faux, 

Fallaciously, fllli'shSsU, adv. 
en aophiaie. 

Fallaciousness , fllli'shSsnSs , 
Fallacy, fSl'llsi, s. tromperie, 



FAM 

illuaion. f. aophiame, m. 
Fallen, firn,part. de to Fall. 
Fallibility, ffiliblWti, «. /aiY- 
• lihilite, f. 

Fallible, ftl'lJbl, ^^.failUbli. 
Fallibleness, ftnibln?8,T. Fal- 
libility. 
Falling, flHng, s. chute, t.i - 

away, s. decadence, f.; -in, a. 

enfoncement, m.; -on^s. ffu«- 

relle, meaintelligence , u\ - 

sickness, s. epilepaie, f. 
Faljow, iiVlh, adj. fauve^rout' 

aatre; enfriche. 
Fallow, fll'l4, v. a. jacherer. 
Fallow-deer, flri&d^^r, a. ^to* 

fauvea, f. pi. [m. 

Fallowing, ftl'lMng, s. binaee, 
Fallowness, fin&nies, a. «(«ri- 

life, aridite, f. 
False, filse, adj. et adr. faux, , 

perfide, traitre; fauaaement, 
False-hearted,filse1ilrtld, a4|. 

trompeur, perfide. 
False-heartedhesg, fllse'hlr 

t^dnis, s. perfidie, f. 
Falsehood, filseHiid, s. fata- 

aete, tromperie, impoature, f. 
Falsely, filse'li, adv. fauaae- 

ment. • 

Falsene8s,f3l8e'n%8, y.Falaehood. 
Falsetto, fllsSt'ti, a: (mns.) 

fauaaet, m. {veut falaifier. 
Fal sifiable,firsfn!bl,adj .nu'on 
Falsification, fils^flki'shan, s. 

falaification, contrefacon, f. 
Falsifier, fll'slfiar, s. fattifica- 

teur , fauaaaire, m. 
Falsify, fll'sifl, y. a. etn-jW- 

aifier, contrefaire; mentir. 
Falsity, fil'shl, s.fauMet^, «r- 

reur, f. 
Falter, fll'tSr, t. a. et n. paaaer 

au crible ; be'gayer, ae trem- 
bler; e'chouer. 
Faltering,flrt8r1ng, s. h^gaye- 

ment , m. hiaitation, irriaotu- 

tion, {. {jb^go/ututt. 

Falteringlr, flmSrlngU, adv. m 
Famliie, fim'bl, v. b. be'gay^t 

he'aiter. 
Fame, fime, s. renomm^e, ripat- 

tation ; nouvelle, f. [fiiUBr*, 
Famed, fira'd, adj. renotnmd, 
Fameloss, fime'lis, a^J. tarn 

renommee. 
Familiar. fimllTlr, adj. /omi- 

lier ; aomeati^ue ; eommnm ; 

to be -with one, etre ftumitier 

avec qn. ; to grow — , a'appri' 

voiser ; -, s. ami intime, m. 
Familiarity^ ftmll'itr'ki, •. 

.famitiarite, intimite', f. 
Familiari/e, ftmll'ylrlie, v. a. 

familiariaer. 
Familiarly, fimlryir]}, adv./o* 

milierement. 
Family , ftm'^lj , i. ftumiUet 

claaae, eapice, f.; - medicittt, 

8. remide domeati^ue , ai.| • 



Koilnitjfi 



ctmillT. ' r7in:i>iujari'g>i,f. FFtenxd 
'mndAtion, (IhtndL-.blx, : jjcihi 



i-eompagnon ir9tibd«t.u. 
Ft 1 1 ow-iul&T«L fll'liailrlr. 



jn, (IHndl-rtln, .. ffcljon. [I. s«r'. ■- I - 

adifr, rlkli'dtH. •. 1. P»sni-dn>»<, II FAj-iT.>rt. [»'<iSil,<.(>iiliur, 

DditT, tlk&dld, •. /it if^u, m. Fcllf, fll'K, >. Ff1I«. 



riiiiVili'i','':p"f'> 



Fii>aii»dl.tlnd-Uirlt.<.r»<i«.r, t. Ii. Finlliii;:, Annlu •.^m 

rmii,aai>.M.F-i'l',/'r-'. . rin'iJi, .,l|. .un. lu- Fjt-tTW, ^r^■.*uC^■■ 



FLI 

ty, al't*, »dj. volage, Ju- 
tj|in« flln'fllm, s. niaiatrie, 

if* ^* 

inets, fllm'zenit, s. /e]^^ 
,' friviaUte'f f. 
jr, fl^m'z^y adj. faible, 
mM«f trivial. 
t, fHosh, T.n. reculer, he- 
t §e detisler ; hiaiaer. 
ler, fllnsh'Sr, s. tergiver- \ 
■Wf m. {.eclat, m. 

Br, flIn'dSr, s. morceaUf 
er-mouse, flln'dirmS&se, 
lauvesouris, f. 
fling, s. coup, trait t tar- 
te, m. 

fling, T. a. et n. in. lancer, 
ler; t'eltuicer, bondir; to 
•ne, ruer tur qn.; to -j 
', rejeter ; to - down, ren- 
er ; to — off, de'router ; 
B perdre la trace; to - 
Jeter dehors ; proferer ; 
up, abandonner, quitter. 
n, fl^ng'Sr, s. qui lance ; 
\mtr, m. [caillou, m. 

flint, a. pierre a fusil, f. 
-glass , fllnt'^lls, s. cris- 
m. Zimpiloyable. ' 

-hearted, flint'birted, adj. ' 
f, flin'ti, adj. pierreuxi' 
•arable. 

flip, a. boiaaon cordiale, t. 
ancy, fl^p'ptns^, s. ver- 
fe, petu lance y f. 
ant, flip'pint, adj. dtlie', 
let babillard. 
antly. fllp'ptntli , adv. 
; voiuoilite'. 

flirt, s. vibration, fantai- 
eoquette, f. 

flSrt, y. a. et n. jeter avec 
tae, agiter,Jaire mouvoir ; 
ler, plaiaanter ; coqueter, 
volage. 

tion, fllrti'shSD, Flirting, 
"Ingj a. vibration; coquet- 

% f. 

nit, T. n. a'erffuir , a'en- 

r, paaaer rapidement. 

i, flitsh, s. quartier de 

', m. 

r, flIt'tSr, 8. haillon, va. 

r, fllt'tSr, V. Flutter. 

rinouse, flli'tSrmft&se, s. 

ive-aouris, f. 

aess, flIt'tinXs, s. le'gerete', 

at i lite', f. 

Dg, fllt'l^ng, 8. voltige' 

t, m.\ ojffenae, f. 

flika, s. duvet, m.\ four- 

|4, i.jleche, f. [jrure, f. 

,dhte,a.Jlottage} radeau, 

, fl&te, V. a. et n. inonder, 
nerger ; flatter ; voltiger. 
able,fli'tibl, adi. Jlot- 
€. [aeau, m. 

-boat, flite'b&te, a. ra- 



155 

Floating, fl&'tlng, adi. flottant ; 

- bridge, f. pont flottant, m. 
Floaty, fli'ti, adj. flottant. 
FlocoiUpnt , flSk'kAlint, attj. 

floconneux. 
Flock, flSk, a. troupeoH, m.; 

vole'e, troupe, t.\ flocon, m. 
Flockj flSk, V. D. a*attrouper. 
Flocking. flftk'iBg, a. affluence 

de monde, t. Itiger. 

Flog, fl6g, T. a. fouetter, ftu- 

Flogging, fl4g'R^"«> »: action 

de fouetter, fuatigation, f. 
Flood, flSd, s. de'luge, torrent, 

flux, m. rivihre, f. [merger. 
Flood, fl8d, V. a. inonder, aub- 
FloodgatP. flSd'glte,s. e'cluae,t. 
Flook, flSok, s. (mar.) patte 

d'une ancre, f. 
Floor, flAre, a. plancker, par- 
quet, e'tage, m.\ ground-, a. 

rez-de-chauaaee, m. 
Floor, flAre, t. a. plancheier ; 

jeter par terre. 
Flooring, fl&Mog, f. plancher, 

parquet, fond, m. 
Flop, fldp, V. a. remuer lea ailea 

avec bruit. 
Floral, fli'ril, adj. y/ora/. [m. 
Florence, fl&r'Xnse, s. florence, 
Floret, fli'rit, a. fleurette, f. 
Florid, flSr'ld, iai.fleuri; ver- 
meil, -jvermeil, m. 
Floridity, flirld'iti, a. teint 
Floridly, flSr'^dJi, adr. ponp- 

peiiaement. [ridity. 

Floridneaa, fl8r^dn?8, y. FIo- 
Floriferous, flirlrftrSa, adj. 

florifhre, a fleura. 
Florin, flSr'ln, a. florin, m. 
Florist, Qj'rlat, a.fleuriate, m. 
Florulent, flSr'AlSnt, adj. en 

fleura. 
Flory, fli'ri, ▼. Flourish. 
FlosculouSjflSs'kAiSs, adj. (bot.) 

floaculeux. [f. 

Floss-silk, flJsMlk, s.^/o»«//e, 
Flotage, fl&'lije, s. droit de 

flotter , m. {mer. 

Flote, flile, T. a. ecumer, ecre- 
Flotilla, {il^\'\\,a.flottille, f. 
Flotsam, flftt'slm, Flotson, 

flSl'sSn, 8. varech, m. 
Flounce, flBSnse, a.falbala,m. 
Flounce, flSfinse, t. n. garnir 
. de falbalaa ; aeplonger, a'en- 

f oncer ; ae tre'mouaaer. 
Flounder, flfiin'dSr, a. carrelet 

(poiaaon), m. 
Flounder, flBinMir, T.n. ae de- 

battre, a^agiter violemment. 
Flour, fl8ir, a.fleur de farine, 

farine. f. 
Flour. fl88r, T. a. yarin*r. 
Flourish, flSr'rlsh, 8. ornement; 

fleuron, m.\ fanfare, f. 
Flourish, flIr'rUh, t. a. et a. 

orner de fleura i embellir; 

faire parade , proapA'er; 



ELU 

(mas.) preluderi faire dea 
pointa d'orgue ; to - a trum- 
pet, aonner dea fnttf area, 

Flourisher, flSr'rlshSr, s. qui 
eat dana un e'tat floriaaant. 

Floiurishing , flSr'rIabIng, adj. 
floriaaant. 

Flourishingly, flSr'rlsMngU, 
adv. avec kelat , pompeuae- 



menf. 



tr 



ne. 



Flotit, flBIU 8. raillerie. moque- 
Flout, fliot, ▼. n. railler , ae 
moquer. {nioqueur, m. 

Fl outer, flBS'tSr, a. railleur, 
Flow, flA, a. flux; fig. torrent 

de parolea, m. 
Flow, fl&, T. a. et D. inonder; 

coaler; d^couler. 
Flower, flSS'Sr, a. fleur, f.| or- 
nement, m.; in the - of age, ik 
lafleur de Vdge, 
Flower, flSI'Sr, v. a. et a. onter 
de fleura; £tre en fleura tfar- 
menter. [a. /is, m. 

Flower-de-luce, flSS'lnliMse 
Flowered, flfii'Sr'd, adj< garni 

de fl^ure. \^. 

Floweret, flRI'lrat, a. fleurette. 
Flower-garden, flSrSrgird'n, 

s , jardin n fleura, parterre, m . 
Floweriness , flafi'Srinis , a. 

abandonee de fleura, f. 
FlOwerless,flBd'2rl2s, a4J. aana 

fleura. 
Flower-pot, flH'SrpSt, s. pot 

ik fleura, pot de fleura, m. 
Flower-work, o8i'ilrw2rk, a. 

ouvrage a fleura, m. 
Flowery, flJl'lrJ, adj. fleuri; 

en fleura. 
FloMring, fl&'ing, adj. eoulant, 

de'coulant ; flottant ; -. a. de- 

coulement, flux, m. 
Flowingly, fl&ingl^, adr. eou- 

lamment. [m. volubilite, f. 
Flowingnes, fli'1ngn?8, a. flux. 
Flown, flJne, part, de to Fly. 
Fluctuancy, flSk'tahAlnsi, s. va- 
cillation, irre'aolution, f. 
Fluctuant , flik'tsbAlnt , adj. 

chaneelant, irreaolu. 
Fluctuate, fl2k'UhAite, t. n. 

flotter; balancer, heaiter. 
Fluctuating, flSktshA^'tlng, adj. 

incertain, changean I, irreaolu . 
Fluctuation, flSktahAl'sbSn, s. 

fluctuation, irresolution, in- 
certitude, f. 
Flue, flA, 8. tuyau ; duvet; tu- 

yuu de cheminee, m. 
FUiellin, flA'illln, s. velvote, f. 
FluencT, (lA'Snsi, s. fluidite; 

abonaance, f. 
Fluent flA'Snt, adj. eoulant; 

abondant, Eloquent; -,a.ruia- 

aeau , flt d'eau, m. Iment, 
Flaejit]y,flA')ntl},adv. coulam- 
Fluid, flA'Id. aidi.fluide,liquide; 

-, s. fluide, m. 



•j<> 



FON 



• . ■•».- , ■». 1:^1 iure de 

. -v I ''i. . V. a. gtiter, 

.rttiti', f. 

■« .1. '■ ■• :e. s. fiibol, m.\ 

.. -L' I. .'.. iiLihSr, s. g^(;6e- 

u 
■..'•.. i. bMsh, s. voiture 
■ ■ ■ ■ . i^-.vi'c/rV. f. 

• I -r, ^. ^'14 yard; volant; 

■II. iligne. 

/i. 1 1 ••Mt, T. a. pecher t) la 

» » -U , ill'fish'in;?, s. fn-cftr 

■i • ■. f- jnouc/ie, m. 

-i.ii>. iH'tlip, ti. chasse- 

\^ i>)i(cli, fll''iiit;kM.sh, V. 

■jch. [i*(>// r'olant, m. 

1.; Ii>lj, fll'iiinfish, s. /»oi>- 

i.il>, til' trip, s. attrape- 



. .■■i€' m. 



riich 



'If. 



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I 



■■'^lO, f. poulain, m. pou- 

Iililo, v.a. pouliner; nium- 

Uon, m. I 
■ 1.1 1. t'i'>iiiL>, s. r'cumi'. f. houil- 
-.liii, f'jiue, V. a. ecumer, bouil- 
' •mier. 
■iiiiiv. fi'iiiJ, adj. ecumeiir. 

. ft^b, s. gousset , m. pefifr 

• I '».■/*«•. f. \_(luper, 

■ •!», fi^b, y. a. tromper, trichrr. 

\'l> Kiooc\le,tth'd'6'6dl, a. dupe, 

1. 

o*-.il, rA'kll, adj. du foifer. 

\»i"ll, ri'sll, S, J'ncilv 111. 

i>v-iliationjf^sSilll'.shRn,.s. «oii- 
't.-/i, m. consolation, f. 
i»*-U"«, fA'k8'<,.''-y".V''''> ">• 
I'lKli-r, fSd'dHr, s.J'ourr,igfj m. 
i> JiltTi fid'dXr, V. a. af/'ourm- 
;. <■. '^I'ourrase If he tail. 

i'»lili'r«»r. r^d'dilrhr, s. qui^ "J-\ 
■'Jil-'i iiiij,f*^J'dSnii){,s.M^o//r- | 
..... .i.-ij/. in. L>»' ' 

•'.■, ', ^. innemi, antaguni-lt', I 

'•. N. .1. 'raiter en eniirnii. \ 

!■ M", t-'i'liki', adj. enennemi. I 

. ..i.iM , l^'uiill, s. ennemi {en 

■ '. HI. I 

. :». \. Kotui. [ni. ■ 

.. ■». hiouillard ; regain, > 

■« i5i\. r-^u'bli>k, s. I'ancde 

.■ •/, III. 
. •..^■». r,<s ■*:«*«?"«. ». e'pain- 
. J S'\'m'.Lu'd, f. 
.%« '^i ;«*i adj. plein de 
. ,!•* ; f'esant. 
. ■•! '1'. ['/ail'lr, m. 

«■ ■.•.iM, \. iiiihle , cote 
• . » . '.^•"iii»f. diToiite, f. 
...■..'. ilfurrt (Mortr 
III. . <v>(Urii -../Vi/iV/f 
, tiT, hat t re. \ 
f . \ J. d.'Jairr. terras- 
V,- .'^v Ibl, adj. qu'on I 

.■•■-• . I 

■ . ir. », i'.»i/iy"«'«r. ni. I 

.^. '•■•. ':u. >.Joulurea, f . , 
. „ ■■:!, *. .Siflr, f. COU/', U. ; 



Foin, fSln, v. a. porter ou aU 
longer une hotte. f/a pointe. 
Foiniiigly. thViAngll^ adr. de 
Folsun, fovzn, s.foi$on, f. 
Foist, tVksiy V. a. inse'rer, inter- 

poler. 
FoistPr, rt^s'lSr s. yautteur, m. 
Foisliness, fS^s'tlnSsi, t. Fusti- 

ness. 
Fold, flld, s. pare, m. etahle 

pour lea hrebia ; limite, f.; pli, 

m.\ lo po to -, parqner. 
Fold, fAld, V. a. part^uer, faire 

parquer; plier, pltaaer. 
Foldngp, fM'dije, s. droit de 

par cage, m. 
Folding, f&rdln<;, adj. pliant; 

- door, s. porte a deux hal- 

tanta, f . : - bed, s. /// de aangle, 

ni. ; - chair, s. chaiae pliante, 

f.; -screen, s. parai'ent, m.; - 

stick, s. plioir, m. 
Foliaceoii.s, f&Ui'sb2i<, adj. /i>- 

liace'. Cm. 

F« ) 1 i;i !> P , thi Jidj e , .s. feuillage, 
Foliaif*, f&'lHte, v. a. laminer. 
Foliation, f&I^i'shSn, s. lami- 

nage, m. 
Foli.T, fi'l^Rr, ft. feuille, t. 
Folio, fA'lM , .s. in-Jolio, m. 
Foliot, fA'liSt, a.follet, m. 
Folk, f&ko, s. ^«/if, f. et m. pi. 

monde, m. ^commune, f. 

Folk-lnnd, f&ke'llnd, s. terre 
Fol l<.-iii()t(>,fAke'inite, 8. aaaeni- 

hle'e du peuple, f. llicule, f. 
Folliclo, fSl'l^kl, 8. (bot.) fol- 
Follow, fAriA, v.a.ntn. auivrei 

accumpagner ; imiter; obaer- 

i-er; a'adonner, g'mtlacher; 

a'enauivre, re'aulter; to — ODC'* 

\>\i<\ II r».s, aonger a sea affaire*: 

tn - Ihc law, e'tudier en droit. 
Follower, rSl'l&Rr, h. gut suit; 

dtnneatique ; campagnon; imi- 

ttitt-nr: aeclateur, m. [vant. 
Follo>vin<.t, rAl'l&SnR, adj. «iii- 
Folly, rAl'l^, n. folie; aotliae, 

ertrnrugance, f. 
Foment , fAni^nt', t. a. (mM.) 

Jo m enter ; encourager. 
FoiiKMiintion, f/imiJnti'shSn^ «. 

J'omrntalion, f. l"". 

Foiiif>nti'r,f/»ni?n'lllr,s.yai<f«ur, 
Foil, fnn, s, aot; idiot, m. 
Fond, Mnd, adj.^ou, e.rtrava- 

gtint : paaainnne' , indiaeret, 
J'rivnle; indulgent ; tobe-of| 

iiintrr , aff'ectionner. 
Fond, if.nd', Foiidlt*, T^n'dl, t. a. 

el 11. I'arcaaer, dor later, aimer 

ti III folie. [.careaaante, T. 

FondfiT, fi^nd'lnr, a. peraonne 
Fondlinui, fsind'llng, a. enfmut^ 

giite', mignon. in. 
Fondly, fJ^nd'l^, iAs.follementt 

in di» ere tern ent ; affectueuae- 

ment. 
FondnP<<,f^nd'n?H, %. tendretae^ 
Jolic, affection; indulgence, f. 



FOR 

Furi'duoui, firedBSm'i t. a. 

jire'jMtiner. [de devaut, f. 
Vure-dour, f&red&re^ •. parte 
Por»-end, f&re'lnd, s. partie 

UHte'rieurt, t. 
Vuri'l'ather , rirofl'THlr^ a. 

innul, Krand-pire, m. 
Forfl'piia, f&ref}nd% t. a. t/e- 

J'fndre, dc'tourntfr. (dex, in. 
forriiuytMr, f&rp'dDgiSr, ». in- 
yiir«*fiuit, r&rc'fdt, N. pied de 

dev^Ht, ui. [f. 

Von'fruiit, r&re'frSiit, n./m^ade, 
I'urttKo, t'^ren^'. v. a. et u. trr. 

/'/'cc'c't/cr ; uuitter, uhundon- 

nff , *e* df'tialer. 
ForoijoiiiK , f&roK^lug , adj. 

prf\'adi'iit. ipatae. 

Ki>rt*tiOiif, fv^regAn', aiU, yui c«( 
Fitrt'iiriMiuil, r^rt>'Krn&nd, s. 

(/I'i-a/j/ i/'u/i tul'lfini , m. 
For«'hiUiil, f^ro'hlud, adj. un- 

tiii/'e , aui'uHCfi -, 8. de- 

viiiit il'un iA«'ru/. III. 
KorrK.iiiilt'il, f&ro'hiuded, adj. 

>) tt'inyn , t/ff boHne hfure, 
Kort'hiMil, fAr«»'h"fJ, s. J'ront, 

in.i iin/'tiiit-iicf. r. 
Fot«'(u>tiliu.;i, f&roh&ld'ing, s. 

/vv./i.7i.'M. f. 
Fdi-rlituik.H , f&ro'hooka, s. pi. 

\iiidr.) i-i'i//«'*. f. |»l. 
l''i»f«*lu>rNr , fAro'liSrui', s. cAe- 

i'ti/ t/r devaut , iii. 
l-'orrluMiHt', fiWo'hAJlsef s.avant- 

iM/'/'d «/f li'fiii, lU. 
ron*i^li , fiU'wi ,^ adj. e'tranger. 
t'or««ij{iuT , rir'iafir, ». elrun- 

fiei , m. etrungere , f. uubuin, 

UI. ^ 

Fort*i|t»ii("*!*i ft^r'iuii?.<t, 8. man- 

ywct t/f fttpvort , eloienement, 

Ui. Iv. a.^l»iti/;i'<fr (i <ii>«/jcv. 
Koiv^imnttim't rA ro'i inniliij'i a, 
l-Vtrt'fiuUf , fAro^'ddjo', n. a. 

prejn^er, prerotr. 
Forrkiiow , rArfiiV, t. a. con- 

ii,tifri' »/'urii«iV. preroir, 
Foi'«*ku(i\\<iMt<, fi^rou&'ibl, adj. 

^ui'j.'t" il dertner. 
Foit'kiio« lt'il>!»', f'ronSl'lJdje, 

■•. /'fc«i'ir««'i", /•/•»' rMi'n/i, f. 
Fon'l, fArrlll, <*. parcnetnent 

prepiitv. III.; /iiKu/if, f. 
l-'(ir«'liiiul, f&ro'lliid, !». proinon- 

tfue , in. 
Foi'i'l.n, fArrli'. V. a. irr. Jri**- 

4rr i/f.« einhurfiet i prendre 

i/iiiM iffj /'iffie, 
Fiirt'liM'k, r>'if«*'l«H,<i. /uM^W. m. 
FiiriMiiiiii , r<W«<'miii , N. chej", 

nun'tre ffan^-oii : (i\\t.) prole, 

III. \intit de misaine, ni. 

rori'inasi ^ rAro'inlit, h. (mar.) 
ForiMiirntiiinrd . f^rr'niVa 

.sliHiiM, adj. nufilii. [diui/ir/. 
r»»ri'iin>sl, fi'trr'mAHt, .s. le pitta 
ForiMiiiillirr, fAro'uiSTIlnr, ». 

aieitle, f. 
FortMiained, f&rc'uiinid, adj. 



158 

nomm^ ci-dessu*. lMC^'^* f • . 

I Forenoon , f&re'a33D , s. maii- ', 
Forenotice, f&re'a&lls, a. pro- 

noatic , m. 
Forensic, f&rSn'slk, adj. du 

harreau, judiciaire, 
Foreordiiin, f&rSrdine^, t. a. 

ordonner a'avance. 
Foreordination , f&rSrd^nl' 

Kh&n, s. predeatindtion , f. 
Forepart, firc'part, s.devant,m. 
Forecast, fire'ptst, adj. paaae, 

precedent . {jreaerve, f. 

Foreprise, fire'prlse, s. O"*"*) 
Forepossessed , f&re'pizzBst, 

adj. poasede anterieurement, 
Foreprumiscd.f&re'primmlz'd, 

adj . protnia d aveuice. 
Forerank, f&re'rlagk, s. pre- 
mier rang ^ m. 
Forereach^ firerJtsh', v, a. 

(mar.) depaaaer. 
Forerun, f&rerSn', r. a. irr. ar- 

river avant; devancer, pre- 

ceder. • 

Forerunner , firerRn'nSr , s. 

avant-coureur^precuraeurfVR, 
Foresaid, f&re'sed, adj. auadit. 
Foresail , ft>re'sile , s. (mar.) 

\'oHe de iniaaine, f. 
Foresay, fAresA', t. a. predire. 
Foresee, firesii', v. a. prevoir, 

conjecturer. 
Foreshadow, fircshSd'i, ▼. a. 

rdpreaenter d^avance, figurer. 
Foreshamo, f&rcshime', t. a. 

couvrir de honte. 
Foresliip, fAre'sb^p, s. (mar.) 

proite, f. 
Foreshorten, flrcshSr'tn, t. a. 

(peint.) raccourcir. 
ForeshorleningifAreshSr'tnIng, 

s. {feini.)raccourci8aementfm. 
Foreshow, fArcshi', y. a. /;rc- 

dire,^ preaager. 
Foresight, fAre'slte, s. pre- 

voyance, preecience, f. 
Fore.sightful, fAreshe'ffll, adj. 

prevojyant, [m. 

Foreskin, fAre'skIn, s. prepuce, 
Foreskirt, fAre'skIrt, s. baaijue, 

f. pan, ra. V^^r. 

Fores lack, fArcslSk', v. a. negli- 
Foreslow, fAreslA', v. a. et n. re- 

tarder, empec/iert ne'gliger; 

dij/'e'rer. 
Forespeak, fArcspiik', ▼. a.irr. 

pre J ire, annoncer ; aejendre. 
Forespoech, fAre'sp^^ish, a. 

avanl-propoa, m. 
Forespent, fArcspXnt', adj. laa, 

fatione; paaae'. 
Forespurrer, fArespSr'rHr, s. 

ai'ant-cniireur, m. 
Forest, fir'rist, n./oret, f. 
FtirestalT, fAre'sllf, s. (mar.) 

fl^che, f. [jfieitf m. 

Fon'stake, fAre'stlke, a. avant- 
Foreslall, fArcstlwr, v. a. anti- 

ciper, licvancer} accaparer. j 



FOR 

ForestAlIer, f&restlwl'Sr, a. aC' 

capareur, m. 
Forestalling, firestlwl^iig, •• 

tuonopole, m. 
Forestay, fire'stl^s. (mar.) ^tai 

de miaaiue. m. {^oreatierf Wu 
Forester. far'rJslSr, s. gardt' 
ForetacKle, fAre'ttkkl, a. (mar.) 

palan, m. Xgoiit, ■. 

Foretaste, f&re'tlste, s. avtutt- 
Foretaste, fAreUste% y. a. goutff 

par avance. 
Foreteach, fAret^tsh', t. a. in. 

inatruire d'avance. 
Foretell, fAret?!', t. a. irr. pr^ 

dire, prophetiaer. {phite, a. 
Foreteller, fArelll'l2r, a. pro- 
le oreieiyin^, fAretil'Hngj adiJ. 

fatiditjue ; -, s. prediction, f. 
Forethink, fAref/rtn^k'^ t. a. ai 

D. irr. prevoir, premediter, 
Forethousht, fAroMiwtf, pr6t. 

de to Forethink; -, a. pri- 

voytutce, prerhe'ditation, I. 
Foretoken, fArelA'kn, a. pro- 

noatic, m. 
Foretoken, fAreti'kn, r.a. pre- 

noatiquer, pre'dire. 
Foretooth, fAre'tSSM, a. ^eat 

inciaive, t. 
Foretop, fAre'lSp, s. (mar.) 

/lune de miaaine, f. 
Forevouched. fArcvSitak'd', 

adj. de'clar^ a'avance. 
Foreward, fAre'wird, a. avant- 
garde, f. 
Fon'wam, fArewIm', t. a. pre- 

venir, avertir d'avance, prt- 

caulionner. 
Forewarning, fArewim'Inc, a. 

avert iaaemenl, m. 
Forewheel, fAre'hwl^l, a. roue 

de devant, m.; forowhetla, pi. 

ai'ant-train, m. 
Forewind, fAre'wlnd, a. (mar.) 

%<ent en poiipe, m. 
Forewisli, fArewlsh', t. a. de- 

airer par avance. 
Forewoman, fAre'wimSa, s. 

premiere oiii'riere, t. 
Foreworn, fAre'wArn, a^J. gale' 

par le feinpa, uae. 
Foreyard. fArc'yXrd, a. (mar.) 

vergue tie miaaine, f. 
ForieiJ, fSr'fit, adj. confitque, 

perdu par confiacationt — , s. 

amende ; decfieange, f. dedit, 

m. 
Forfeit, rt r'fit, t. a. forfaire^ 

Jaire confiaipier, perdre par 

con /lacafion . [ fiacatle. 

Foriei table, r8r'f1tlbl,'adj. cou- 
Forfeiture, rf.r'rttyAre, n.for- 

faitiire , amende , conpaea- 

tion, f. \.nir, preaeryer de. 
Forlend, forfrnd', t. a. prt've- 
Forgave, fftrgivo', pril. de to 

Forgiv**. 
Forgp, fArje, s. forge, f. 
Forge, fArjc, t. a. jorgeri in 



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FOR 160 FRA 

emprf»9€meia, ■. ardeur, f. ' fondeur. m. ^ Fnctional , f rtk'skSBll , «4i> 

a(/ajic<?m«ji/, m.: kardieMe, t. Founder , f!4a'<lir, t. b. eouler % *r.} j'rmetioiiMmire. 

Fonrards, fSr'winiz, adv. en afonJi e.-ftouer.^ Ihuttu. Fractious, fIrtk'shSi, ad|j. il«r* 

afunt. Tuiind'rTf^d.diadiT'dfidj. *ol- gnfujr, trucoMtier. 

Fonrearr, f3nri'r^»T. a. ^«flr. FL-umi^-rin^ , f jla'diriac , s. Fractiouslr, frik'shldi, aif* 

Fo*9*», ti-iy i./otfe, {. Jo-ue'j m. t. Oritur-'. (. Zn«, f. lie mMMiraue At 



FOife^vray, fis'wi, s. grand F<>iui.ii"ry. f^la'd^rJ, s. /oa^^- Fiactiousiiess, fk-tk'ah8mii|ii 

chemtMj m. Fuiiuc^iii^ . f'ladlin;, s. en- curiMCtere emporte, m. 

Fossil J fu^Sil, id'i.fottiUf tire j\in' fr-^uie, m. Ztrice. f. Fracture^ hrtk'tcliin, »,Jh^ 

du aein de la t^mi -, s..n'#- F-jundr«?s*. f'lB'JrJs. J.^iwirfi*- ture^ rupturtf f. 




Foster-child, fi* tartshild. «. tcur.-'!. t. 

nourri-tf>n, m. [nourriciTj f. Fount fill, f?4at'fil, adj. abc»- compot* de YrugmemtM. • 

Foster- dam. fu^'iiirdlni . s. J^nt enjoniaine*. Fragor, frl'gSr, s. jOvcM, ■. 

TostereT.fis'tar^r,s.nourri^'ier, Four, fire. adj. yuatre : — in Fra^rance,ftl'fnrlBae, FngnUH 

m. If. band. a:re'.ig<! ae .juatre ch<~ cv, fri'griiiM,s. kmmmt odaur, 

Fo<tere<^. fis'tlras.«. no »rri.-tf. t-iiar .'i s''-tnJ^f guidei'. m.: to f. forfutn. n. {^irmid. 

Foster-fntlir^r. f^s'torfaTUer^ s. e-> opca'ail ioTin^ marcher a Fragrant. flri'giiaC, a4L* odori- 

fim r.c-.trrici-'r^.^m. ijuafr^ pj'tet. Z*'*-' « * •«" ftn t. Fra gTantljT , f rl'fnallil , «!*• 

Fosterinj!. fus'iinoi. adj. ten- Fourf'-Kl. fire'rtld. ad^. truatre- tmufementy h>H. 

drf. niitert)'!. ^ ^ >M?un. m. Foiirfi'ot'-d , fire'riied, adj. Frail, frile, ad^f.j^rAryyrafJilri 

Fosterling. r?5''.J:rlTni. *.^ ■j-'ar- ,fu.tJrupeJe. IjuuJrumane. -,*. patiier de Jane, Wk. 

Fost^r-iuiitli^r.r^s'ii-.rm'iruir. Foiu'Ii.-ind»>d. f^re'hiudsd, adj. FrajJn*^t, frlle'iits, Fniltft 

s . n i> urr I .-<f . f . iueri--. t. F o u r s ■> re . f i re 'i k ^ r e, a dj . 7 u ii • f rile 'tk^^ragiliiesjmiUttttfC 

FostHtship. fi* tnrship, s. rer- trr'-fingtt. jorze. Frais**, frise, •. (fort.) yrMM, f. 

Foster-sis tT. fj? ursistar. s. F«>urt»»«»n. fire'tiin. adi. </ais- Fram<»Tfriiiie,t.jf«^iyMe,e0»«- 

tcur de Ui:. (. ^ Fourlt»»»nth . fire't4<D/^, adj. tructiomz forme, t.\ eadrtfWk.) 

Foster-son. fistarson. s. ji'.i .fu.iforzie-rte. dtrpMiition, unMnUioMf tjiwie- 

uJ>^f.-ttr\ m. ^ ' Fourtli. firr^. adj. i/uatrieme ; '. tier ^ n. : - of a Window, s. 

Fos tress, fts'trjs. t. Fostere*.". -, a. /ujr* , m. ^ j chtiMiad*imeytH6ra.m.i -of 

Fother, f^rU'ir. s. poiiia de Fourthly. f[r.' ':'!''. adr. yao-' a hor5<,5. dkmrpoitt d'mn eA»- 

tin^f tfuin.'^iri.r. m. trieinemi^:if. [.t ifuatre rvues. ' val, f . : - of tfOCtaclMj ■• 

FotliAr. PTTirar. x.a. af-^urra- Fiiurwhtn-I-d. f' rehwiild, adj. ehdate d» ImtuOm, t. 

ger; I'mjr. - to - a iea'lc, aieu- Fowl. I^il. s. ii<iMiie. f. Frame, frioBe, t. ^/mrmui ,ya- 



gler une v^ue Sea:t. J. Fo^vl, f'idi . t. a. al^er a la ^nner , mjuttert mu^imtr. 

Fo u s: a d»*. f r ? j; id e . s. you^ade. chutse aur ■.< i ;cf axi r . Frainer, frl'alr, s. camMtrueUitr, 

TovLiht, flwt, pr^t. et port, de Fowl»*r. f'li^r, <. oifeleur, m. inventemr. ■. 

to Fichc. Fo-wliu?. fiPirinj. 5. L-Aiufciuur Frame-wiirk,fil»«'wixli9S.Mi- 

Fold. fSil. adj. tale, impurz me- oiieaur. oiteUerie.t.; -piece,9. t-rtt^tyait amr /« ■hAmt, m. 
chant. tUtiin. ini./ue: orageur: /utii de cAafte, m. Irute, m. Frauung, flrl'H3ab>« cotutrme- 

nuageu.r: - linen, s. li/i^e fa!e. Forf. fok<, *. renard : fi^. hifmme tiom, f. rnwMr. 

m.: - disease, s. nui.'auie hyn- Fox-brush, riks'bribh i.tfueue Fraupold, ftta'IpAli, tjy. Aar- 
teuse, f.: - copy. 5. brouiU-m. de renard, t. [renard, t. Franc , _flriafk, n.yrmtte, ■• 

m.: -words, s. pi. panties det- Fox-c.»si». f:?ks'klse. 5. peau de. Francbisp, fna'tikli, •. yrmm- 

Aonne'tes. f. pi.: to fall - upon Fox-cha$»*.f^ks'tstiise.5. cAoMtf i chi*e :exemtptiamf f. 
one, atfu./uer.in. ui-ei.\t'urfur. au renarii, f. ; Fmncllise, flrlntlhll, T. a. iff- 

Foul. fill, T.a. saUr, si'tii'.ier: Fox-glov**. flks'alaTe, S, digi'l yroMchir. 
difTamer. '.ti\i:/i. ta^e". gutitf!ee , t. ! Fmnchisement, frtatiktiBlttt 

Foult'aoHd. foirri<*d, a>lj. iaid. Fox-h<uind.f^ks'h^iiid,s. cAiVit s. afi-vmekiMt me mi . B. 

Foul-ft^edini". f-iifK-din^, adj. p^'ur ie rmard. m. ^ Fnu&ciscan, fi^nilslttBy^iynaii- 

»riMtu-r ,ie:;»u:.int. Fox-hunl»»r.f^k<'h'intSr,s.cA«»- ; ciacoiJi. m. {JrumiuiitU 

Foully . fMi [4. adT. »a/crR<rn/.- *eur aurrenardi. m. ^ ■ Frangikilitj, firtuilm'Ad. «• 

^.^dieu.^erm'nt. .'adj. «^rfi««{>r. Fox-huulin^. F^ksliSatTB;, 5. Frangible, fnn'jibl, m^»jr*' 

Foulnioiitlit'd , fidriii?dTH'd, ch.nie ,i:t renard, f. gile, etutOMi. 




Foi . . . 

Fouuil.ition. rSdn.li ihnn, s. Fox- trip, rks'trlp. s. pie'ge Frank, trtngkff.i. emgrmmtrt 

ynndfntr'nt . m. j'vndation , f. pour af rarer de.* renard*, m. to - « letter, mffrmmektr mmt 

e'al:':i*frnr-if, m. , Fow.frksi. adj. rurfi*. *.*.';* .'iVo-r. letlre, Q/f </i 'k 

Fiiuud.ilionles-i . fMndi'shan Fru't. frik*. . v. a. hri*er . /nir- Frankiee, fAtA^tW , m. frmmc- 

les, ail|. *un* t\*iidement. cancer. idiritiSii. T. FrankinceiU« , fkilfk^MiMCi 

FouiiU(;r,fj in'dd r^ i./.'ndateuri Fr»c tio u.. frik siiao, s. jra.'tioH; s. eNcent, pmiyum. Mm 



6«nei, lll-nli, ■- grri 

Garnet, ilr^H '. grtiu 
Gujutli, Kir'Btiht t- ■. g 

Guniiliee, ib^tstK, t.' ti- 
Banuhar, rir'atiUr, i. gar. 

Gnniulunfait , gtn^shBlnt, 
Oanutnn, (Ir'adikln, i. 

Gflnair^ sIt'iIdj ■■ erianrt, m^ 
"jwrwjf- [';"". ■■■ 

Oucetcer, glr^iifrV^'X^ 

ful iTu «bMi, 1^ [r. 

Sunifon, ^r'i4i*B, t. i- mMtrt 

OanmliR, rftSn^tl fV'b^l, 
enrmloiu, ^r'rlliti, idj. ta- 
6Bmilaiuni>ii. |lr'illliii!>, •. 
U<irln..str'titr,«. iuTtliire. I 
Gwl«r, |lr;iar, t. i. aiMoli 

our £ J«WJrv I. 
^ia,A%, a. fchjmjjrot. m. 
Gnicciude, (ImlBrdf, >. (u 

Gaill.^lik.T.i. batafrer. 
Ouhful. |lali-[ll, Idj. hiJeax, 



Ouoine^, ilistrn'tlic, i 



u,, i^^^Ji^ 



Gu-pim, ilh'lpt.'' 
641 tri loquiflti gla^ '" 



-.-.'"'ifi'l'll'lkfrJ, •. 
iOln;(', glilrlo'lmt . 



jj.i, jai, prau a. ID 001. uni^iijiiL, luo mm, >. n- 

m. ii^ri«^|f°^'' IMr'y. ^ler .fl-Ar ,' m. aui rtgarA 

Gntewnj. liW'irl , I. porle-cir- _firen,ntl, iptdmltHr, u. 

GalhCT, slTH-lr, l /™«di., m. Gmftle, (lifi- .. »«im, f, 

/r»«(i.M, r. OaiPttept , ilitiltlr-, >. {*■ 

Gat]>er,|lTn')r,T.>.<tD.ci>ciI- vlirr, U^rnalale. m. 

Ilr; rmntoMtri <attinblfr,rca- Giizingslock, (I'dltlllt, i. 

Gattvnx, elTn'lrSi, a. iju. liSalt^. 






(lainenne , tlTB'SifiiB .' •. ac- 

Gmd.Vwl, Gaudetr, sir 
f. ■■■ ""»""'■ "°-^^^' 

Gsodilr, b'"*'*'',' .■*'■ "'^' 
tfHJVit, paphtotatt, ni' 

B*iidr,(lwd't,iilf: n»iiflii«u, 

Gauge, (idj*, <./«u«|<, f, &«™-. 

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Ganllrt, ilsl'lll, I. niil>r>l,iD. 
GHiintlr. llEri}. ,%■.. cli^li-^ 

G^fiw.. , b1iii'^'C™'^W 
Gsuie, thn, t. g«., f. 

Ga^i; A^i, .l^^;*.! ,"«;"; 

poim&.f. [m. 

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»™/.lf(c«-, h'. [If aJ/l." t. 

Grntflni, nliii^K, idj. iiui- 
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pIriSkt], IlU.InuIiCnM. 

GmpliouutiT, irfdlB-iilr, ■. 

finpnci , irlp4tl,'>. (nir.) ^ 

OnppI-, tttt'^trmppm, m. 
enpple, tItrV >•••'« >■' 

GnpiOvuHit, filp'plBhl, I. 

t. gmppv,, a, 

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Gnl^i tii'tir, ■■ rmtiofr, m, 
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hid'sl'rlng, IdJ. 



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tnrtuieii, bli'ltali, i. 



toOir, pallrofi, I-'' 



Beiafiaeiniag , blirkwIUlif, 
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Heat, lilu , I. 1. Aiw/ira 

pe*i, pi, ^ffrt c4f(n&, B. 



H«>-hi>uie, h'lln'hllMf, ,. i«.H- 
Heupeck, bli'pit, r, i. mal: 



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Bupporter; rtM^r; ienir ton; 
to - togethery tenir eiuembte,. 
etre joiaU ; to - op. clever, 
$outenir, maintenir; aefendre, 
proleger ; »e aoutenir i to - 
. with, etre de Vai'U de. 

Holdback, h&ld'btk, s. empt- 
cheinent, m. 

Hulden^ hil'dn. part, de to Ilold. 

Holder, hAi'dftr, s. celui qui 
Hent; vassal; local a ire, in.; 
-forth, s. haranguenr , ni.; 
holders, s. pi. (mar.)^^'^ de la 
cale, m. pi. Uij'arf, m. 

Hold/ast, b&1d'fls(, s. crampon ; 

Holding, h&ld'ing, s. (jur.) pos- 
session, r. [f. 

Hol(^, b^le, s. trou, m. cavernc, 

Hol^, hole, T. a. trouer, creuser. 

Holiuam, hSr^dSm, s. la sainle 
Kierge. 

Holiday, h&'l^di, v. Holyday. 

Holily, hi'llli, adv. rrligieuse- 
tnent. ifiie'te', f. 

Holiness, h&'l^u?!). s. xuintete, 

Holla, YitVli, int. hola ! ho! 

Uollo'tr, hSrii, adj. cmtx, en- 
Jonce; faux, hypocrite ; - 
noise, s. bruit sourd, ni.; -, s. 
creuxy trou, m. caviie', f. 

HoIlOMT, hirii. T.a. et n. creu- 
ser, evider; orailler. 

Hollow - cheeked , bdl'i& 
tshi^k'd, adj. tfui a les joues 
creases. Isince'rite. 

Hollowly, hSi'lM^, adv. sans 

HoUownesi, hiii'linis, s. creux, 
m. cofuite; injidelite, f. 

Holly, hfii'li, B. houx, m.; - 
grove, s. haussaie, f.; -hock,s. 
mauve de jardin, f. 

Holm, hilm, a. ye use, f. chene 
vert, m. icauate, m. 

Holocaust, bSl'ikiwst, s. holo- 

Holograpli, bSl'I&grtf, s. acie 
olographe, m. 

Holp, hilp, Holpen, hll'pn, 
pr^t. et part, de to. Help. 

Holster, hil'st8r,s.yo«r/'CrtM de 
pistolet, m.; -cap, s. chape- 
ron, m. 

Holt, h&lt, 8. boca^e, m. 

Holy, hi'l*, adj. «u//i/, religieux; 
- water, s. eau be'niff, f.; - 
thursday, s. fr'te de V Ascen- 
sion, f.; -week, s. semaine 
sainte, f.? -writ,s. sainle e'cri- 
lure, f. 

Holyday, hi'lJdi, s. fete, f. 
jour ae f<ite, anniversaire ; 
conge', m. 

HouiHse, hSm'lje, s. hommage, 

m. ooe'is.oance, f.; to do -, ren- 

dre hommage. Zhoinmage. 

Hojnage, h*in'ije, v. a. renare 

Homageabie, hAm'ijtbl, adj. 

qui ttoit hommage. 
Homager, htvn'tySx, s. homma- 

ger, vassal, m. 
Iluuie, h&uc, s. maieon, L logis, 



ID. demeure. f.; at -, au lugi^ ; 
par soi-meme ; -, adj. de chez 
soi ; domeittique ; -. adv. chet 
soi, au logis; de pres ; to bit 
-, to strike -. porter coup ; to 
speak -, parler a propos. 

HoiiiHl>orii, b&me'bSrn, adj. 
nalif, naturet. 

Hoiiu-bred, h&me'br?d, adj. du 
pays, nutij'; simi.le. 

Hoinefelt, bime'rtlt, adj. infe'- 
rieur, intimr. [.demeure. 

Homeless, home'lSs, adj. suni 

Homelily, b&me'Ui^, adv. gros- 
sierement. 

Homeliness, h&me'lJnSsjS. sim- 
plicile ; grossiirele', f. 

Homely, h&me'l^, adj. sans or- 
nement, simple, grosKter. 

Homeiiiadp, h&nie'midc, adj. 
fait a la maieon ; — bread, s. 
pain de me'nage, m. 

Humeopntliiral , \iLmlhp\th'^ 
kil, adj. home'opalhii/ue. 

Hoineopatluste,li&'ui^&pl/Alst, 
8. homeopath iste. m. 

Homeopath^', hl'm^lpiihl , a. 
homeopalhte, f. 

Homespeakiiigjb&me'sp^JklnR, 
s. parole forte et simple, f. 

Homespun, b&mc'.spdn. adj. 
file a la maison ; simple. 

Hbmestall, h&rae'stSl, Home- 
stead, b&me'stSd, s. domicile, 
m. 

Homeward,bXme'wlrd,Ilome- 
wards, b&me'wSrdz, ad\. ches 
soi ;^ vers son pays. 

Homicidal , Aim^sl'dtl , adj. 
homicide. 

Homicide, bSm'islde, s. homi- 
cide, meurlre; meurtrier, m. 

Homiletic, h^m^lil'ik, Homi- 
letical. bSm^let'ik!l, adj. de 
bonne humeur : /tomite'tique. 

Homilist, bdm'^list, s. auteur 
d*home'lies, m. 

Homily, bdm'^i^, s. home'lie, f. 

Hommoc, h^tn'mSk, s. colline,f. 

Homoeo|)athy, r. Homeopathy. 

Homogeneal, h^m/.j^'n^Sl, Ho- 
mogeneous, b&m^j^'n^Bii, adj. 
hom'ogene, 

Homoijcuealness , h&m&j^'n^Sl 
nSs, Homogeneousnoss, b/> 
in&j^'n^8sn%s, s. homoge'neite',t. 

Homologate, h&mdrJig^te, v. a. 
homologuer. imonyme, m. 

Homonyme, hSm'Zniim, s. ho- 

Homonymoiis, hciinin'^mSs, 
adj. homonyme, amhigu, 

Homonyjiiy, bim&n'^m^, s. ho- 
monymie, f. 

Hone, b&ne, s. queux, cos, m. 

Hone, bAne, v. a. et n. rfpasser 
{un rasoir):Be'mir. 

Honest, ftn'nest, adj. honnite; 
sincere, loyal ; chaste. 

Honest, dn'nSst, t. a.^'aiW hon- 
neur. 



Hones tate, Sn'?stlte, v. a. hono- 
rer. jtetement ; chastement. 

Honestly, in'oistU, adv. Acn- 

Honesty, ftn'oSstJ, s. honnftete, 
probite, since'rite ; chastete',t. 

Honey, b2D'aJ,s. miel,m.\ dou- 
ceur, f.j -bag, s. bouteille de 
miel, f.\ -comb, a. rayon de 
miet, m.; -dew, s. mahne, t.\ 
-moon, s. lune de miel, f,; - 
mouthed, aAj.patelin ; -sweet, 
adj. doux comme miel; -ton- 
gued, adj. doux, doucerenx t 
-wort, s. me'inet, m. 

Honey, hSn'n^, v. a. et n. e'd:il- 
corer ; Jlatter, cajoler. 

Honorary, 6n'Q3rlr^,adj. hono- 
raire ; -, a. honoraire , sa- 
laire, m. 

Honour, in'nSr, s. honneur, res- 
pect, m.; reputation; charge, 
dignile; Carte ft guree, figure, 
f.; apon my — .' sur mon hon- 
neur ! point of -, point d' hon- 
neur, m.\ word of -, parole 
d' honneur, f.; to do -, fairs 
honneur; to do the hOQOors, 
faire les honneurs. 

Honour, Sn'niir, y. a. honorer, 
■reverer. 

Honourable. Sn^nlitbi, adj. 
honorable, honnete, g/ne'reux. 

Honourableness, Sn'nSrlblnSs, 
s. qualite' d'etre honorable , f. 

Honourably, 6n'n2rtbl^, adv. 
honorablement. Inore, 

Honourer, Sn'nSrilr, s. qui ho- 

Honourless , in'nirlis , adj. 
sans honneur. 

Hood, hSd, 8. coifft defemmtf 
f.{ chaperon, m. ipuchon. 

Hood, hid, V. a. Vnettre un ea- 

Hooded, hSd'Sd, adj. coijfe, 
en capuchon. 

Hoodman's-blind , hfld'mtns 
blind, s. colin-maillard, m. 

Hoodwink , hAd'wlnk , v. a. 
bander les yeux , aveugler. 

Hoof, b88f, 8. sabot, m.; cc^rne 
du pied. f. 

Hoof , h82f , T. n. marcher. 

Hoof bound, h38rb8llnd, adj. 
encastele'. 

Hoofed, b83^2d, adj. qui a 
des sabots , ongul/. 

Hook, b88k, s. crochet, cram- 

eon, croc ; hameqon, m.; shep- 
erd's - , houlette , t.\ by - 

or by crook, a droit ou <J tort, 

de gre ou de fores. 
Hook, h88k, t««. et n. aecro- 

cher y agrajer; attraper; se 

courber. 
Hooked, h88k'3d, adj. crochu, 

recourbe; -oose , s. ne% aqui- 

lin, m. {.courbure, t. 

Hookedness , hSSk'Sdnis , s. 
Hooker, h88k'2r, s. qui accro- 

che; houcre, m. 
Hooknosed, h83k'a&z'd, at}}. 



Hulilizo, ktnlllit,!. a. rra- 
Hulinc, k&it^di, 1. nuaiit- 
Bulio' , tl'Jir . a. adl on 



Hotchpotcli, litl>li'pliili , I, 
Kotoocklei/lili'kln^i, I'.pi. 
Hotel, billl', I. Iii'ul, B. u- 
HotX^ded, hli-hWi-J, .. B^.^ 

Hol-houe, hSi-lltlsi, 1. Irrr'r 
aXinouthed, lill-mtlTR'd, 

Holpr«l',hll'pi*i,i.l. Mdn", 

Hotapuind, bSl'ip3rrId', ■dj. 

Haugh', hA. •■ >. 'ca-pcr it 
Honlet, ill'Lil, I. *i*ou, m. 
Hcnind, hHod, a. ehim di 

Hovnd.hiflnd, fpt. ekaetrriait 
H(nuid->llih, bllnil'Ilib , '■, 



noui^lnii.llr'iltii', i. «- 

tUtr. m. .. [5fti*«BrB, 
Hi>ai^biincl,Ur'litiii,i. airnl 
Hdht!, Wl'M, •. *iiiir(, f. 
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louie-bost, AlsTbilc, I. »a- 
la"u-in^d', h'llielilJd, >. 

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HouKhaldl blLii'bijii,' >. /a- 
mUU, f. -««(»,■.! -kr..-l. 

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Hauic-Jcek, hklie'KJk, >. /o»- 

Honil-maU, bTii^'mliig""' 
H oiue-refi t, hlliVrl nl, I. layer 

Hoiu^warmine'"''liM.e'nl™i 
HouinriTe. bS.Vlf, a, ~»r. 

hSSIc^sIj. bSi^Int, Id], el 

HoTsI, h"r?l, ;. a', »e"'"is 
HoTen, bi-Ti.IdJ. enj^d. 



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l«ia|in''1ii>i •• cmllr giacA; I. 
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fnir, ■. 'jH>rra>rr. m. 

Iconoclnl , Ikla'kllu , i. Ita- 
Imnaifniihy I nlali'tilH. •. 

tetmasrwi'ttf ^ f. 
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Idmtin. Will-, -- 

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llirilnni. Tllli^llri^ri. iW- 
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Hntpric, Llitir'IJi, H yiterionl, 
Hirglcrici, l>V«!nt9. .. pi. 



lAuibic, Hm'Dlli, Id 



IdiDlic, IdJlClli, idJ./Dii, jlf- 

I^otina, Id'Ulhm, >. idit. 

i i£mi-, m^h<MMlili, Mtitr. f. 
|ldiuli», td-llllii, I. n. <bH- 

Idte-hcndcd, t'dlbldtd, idj. 

IcIteiioM, I'dtnli, ■. oiiiv'h; 

lilet,l-i\lr,t.«iiif,/ai-!'<1,7B. 
IdJy, <'dll, idi. >ii.W^I. 
Idol, I'dU, •. irfolc, r. 
Idolater, IdSlilir, a. idalpln, 

Idol'ntnze, Idtl'lnlta, i. i. 
Idojaboui, Idlllii^ti, Id]. Us- 

IdulMroiuIr, ldll-1lntslL''id^! 
idolHtiT, Idll'llri, Idolliin, 

l'd>I1iB,>. UsinVir, r. 
Idalilt, I'dllllt, t. idMirr, B. 
IdaTizflti'dAllitfT.n.ic/tff^fjw. 
llloloot, I'dUl, IdJ. ideUlrr. 
Idoneoui. idA'nids, t^^pr^prtj 

Id)-|,l-d11,B' Ji^f/t, (. 

'■'fii'lh°°'ilfiiA^".d'T! rr/.i, 



I<]ilu>|{r*V>ll7< ^knlf'irlll, I 

Ichorout, l-ktclt, adl . ieiarrai . 
IthlhTOcnph;-, Ikijili'iilrl, 

lohtlmi^gjr, Ikdlll'l]), I. 

lobthyopluiaitli ^kMtl-Itfltl, 

IqclH , I'ilU , a. gfunui, n. 

loing, i'jni, •'^^ugLc.i, t. 
lEOD, I'ktD, >. i~>r', r. /nr- 

locnoclut , Ikln-IUlit, >. les^ 
loauognplir, ltlat|'|Tt[t , I. 

teOHBgraakie, I. 
lEii>ria!liftlriL, Islniml.lk 

ili^kil, 141. (bMJ Ifi^Hi. 

IdraluFt Idillbi.T.i. liUalhtr. 
Id«lJlT, IdHlll, idT. M MA. 
Idnilu , Uii'M , IdwdOBl, 
Idln'llUl, (dj. iitnlint. 
Idfnticalmni, Idh'tttltirfi, t. 

IdantiEulioii, lAallrtkl'dilD, 

Idntifir; Idla^a, •. ■. idBt- 

IdenUtVitdti'lhl, •.UrBliU, I. 
ijFt, I'Ae. I, Bl. Uh, f.Dl. 
IdioonOT, ^dUk'krtil, •. fifw- 

Idioin,1d'>lllll, a. i</bBu, n. 
Idioinnliil, IdMmltik, Idi»- 
uutical, Idtlali'llill, tdj. 



I|nDiuu<r,^lii('iiilB), a. ijm- 



'Sa^i^ii 



B:i?.i,i. 



Ifnuraiitlr, li'ol'loul, id<. 
Js-^rM'wi'' "'ij'oirtolo!. , .. 
l|ni'^&«', .. 4. «. p«°i^ 
ttnoKMf.limU-aa.tii.par- 



Ht9 [eric. b1 iliri li, H)'i lenml 
Hritmct, hftiifll., .. p: 
MT?he,'l5'THt'''"7""'> "■' 



lainbic, Llm'blk, ^. lanii'fiu'; 
lb«'l_'lS>,';."™c .u™.^, a. 

-M,l, >. t.-'t/™, m. 

Idiuognv'li'r, IknlCirld, I. 

l^i>ri I'kAr, B. rcW, m. 
loliorout, mrii, idl . Ithorrai. 

I, iahtSuBtraphir, U 
Ichtlirolog^, ItJAtll'ilt, I. 

I(dlthySp£»ut', Ikfjllrilj^il, 

I. icilkytuliatr, ■>. 

lOOIIi ^tJB, «. iinaggf I. por- 

IoinioclMt,<tlB-lUtat. t.'iai^ 
Isonognph);, Itlalg'itui, i. 

K^eiiD, Ikilrik, lelrrieiil , Ik 
llrlkb, idi. (BtU icWWaxc. 

Id^.MMTi'iVA'-r.AxbH, r. 
ldenI.Mt'ir,adJ.J(l&I,iui>.^.J. 
IdHllH, i)ll^u,Tji. UiUwr. 
Idmllr, lil^t , idT. « f'f<<-. 
Idnitui, Idli^k, IdntiiKil, 

Idhllktl, Ul. iimlia^^. 
IduticalneM/ldliailiUDh, t. 



..... ..J, IdJll-lk, 4dl./oi., «u- 

Idiu1i»"'liI-(£Eert'. L.'j^^ 



IdJ^lieadKl, I'dlbXh, mil. 

=«■»«, /.««».«, f. 

[clLer, I'djSr, i,iii«f, AiiUul.B. 

!r,\ill-liii,t. idMir,, 
».»», m. [W.«i™-. 

[dalntriic, IdSiiirliB, i. i. 
[dolAtroiu, <dtl-llr>i, tij.ido. 

Idolnttomly, USJ-Tlr4jl ."ad^'. 
[dotiitiy, IdiJ'tiri, IdoliiiD, 



Idani^ndia'aA, T.*. ^.Jc» 

IdeudtT. Ma'Ill), Uilnlili.l. 
Idfj, Wi. II, pL i^n, I. pi. 
Idionmw, AUik-taUi, 1. i<J<»- 

\A\llrl/,^i■^U^, nAdMUmi.ti. 
Idjoio, Viiln, a. iVliiwu, m. 



idoioDi, I'dlils-iAj. liolAtrt. 
l(Loii«oui, Id&'uiB^ aii^prvptt, 

[d'yl'j^l.t. ii&ffc, f. 
't!(,»ii];>i, !>:>.».»•. 

parbUu, Itttftu^ 

l«nuTil» , lp.)l-ria< , ,. phrr), 

ta£o\!i.,\linv\ia. •. finish; 

gnit-fiituiu, li'DtiHaili, •. 

■fe'-'^'l'-iUe . mil 

gnidblB, IedI'iIU, idj. U- 

gni™' VWin, . Wi;«,f, 
[■niTOinoiu, !|bTt-1£1i, id], 

[iDuble, Igni-bt, idJ. wiiB«/r, 
'"-lobUiieti, ^miliJsli, .. «»^ 

lublr, itailili, idi. ipiaUi- 
LOminiau I, 1(iiIb?>V1>, id] . 



luordinlii , Imlrllnli, •. 

■iiornnt , V"''!"'. ^\- if- 
|™rantlr, V»irIiiU(, idT. 

inoicibfe.linti'gtiiliidj.;)!!/^ 



,■;""' l-TyliciHif. i 

MiTf, lUb'irlft., •di. 



H^^',lSia^t!^^i,'K. ' ^iaiuliir',''\em\u"i'.t.3n^ 

ia\f, I'll, iilj. pimHU, titift 

I. Ildir, 1-41, I. a. A»«i«[f',/ii'. 

I, 1, proD. y>. oini. llditSlMdHl, l-'lkhld, U). 

IitinlMR, <tn'b1li,iilj. ramtifur;, All, thrnmmiiMi. 

Icp, Im, ». gUi'. U U brc.k Mlv,'l'*l(,'«l., ,dlvrmnl. 
n,. - , romm-f (■ »'-"! -.idol,l'*>l,.. W.(.,f. 

''^M r''™ J-™ 'i""*"' '■' i Id^lHttoiulr, liHliSsilf ,"i'St; 

I»'ti\TY^;r n»™i«- i^n)"^. Willlrt, Idaliun, 

UYun'mt, 1. ,aor, B. IdoneQU. UJ'.tl.,.dj.;-™prt, 
lchorOBi,l'kli8j,'<U-'"*°™"- .i'??.!!]? j. i, . 
iahtliroinpUy, lii^tij'iriM, W>l,l-d1 ,^ n^«., f. 

lBht].rolSS)f/l»li(*l-ljJ, .. •'^J'^^"'*^' "''■ -^^J"' 



iDlHiDflMrlL, Iclpricnl.tli JIgiiitian,;(ii1i|'an,(,Wi;cH>,f. 
ttHkU, IdJ. (H*!.} lel/rlfM,. IgulTOIIIDlTi, tlsVi'imli, idJ. 
Icy, I'll, idj. gimeJ, wladal. 1<" Mnuf >fti/<i<. M. 

ldniLUMl,g<U.M4(,.«nM. JjnuiblniMi, Itx^-Ui'li.-.'iu- 
iShJIt, Idf Ull, idi. ™ lAS". ItnubiT, Itol-blJ, •d..™H^ 
IdmtiD, Idhtlk, IdpBtlul, ■■nDiainioui,1nilBla>I>,(4l. 

IdrutioiiliirH/ldlB'llklhih, t. lanannnionilT, 1i>Ut>>til), 

Idenl&IT, idT> JgHOBiiiiU ^ tfm r mK 

IdcntUimlDn, lAhltrltlUla, IininnuiT,1|n&-Blal, i. Irnr. 

Idnitlfr, Idls'Ilfl, 1.1. M>i» Ijiiorunni, riilrllnb, i. 

Id^StV-MD-ltll, ,.idtnllU,t. I(nO^"?V^lr)»«^i7><>'- 

Idiom, Id'Jln, I. iViimf, m. l°norantnes9,]i'nlclnlnIs, •. 
IcUomMio, M»M.li'Jk 'idio- °/sn„™n«. r. [»i,r. 

Idiot, Id'Hi, >. Uhi, htti, m. ll-nuailt. 



Hnlcric^luii^k.Hvitccii^nl, Idiotic, ti 

blilii'ltti, idj. hvfliriiitr, pUt. 

Hlilrrlci, h1>tir^k9,\ pi. ijjotitu, 



ILL 

II Fl-linll-, l-IIUills, t. iMlJtM, ■. 

I- |]px,ll!k>,i. c*/i»WHirim,H. 

iM^i, ?l-((li, ■!U. it£i;i-tm- 

iulq!{y^""°m'de".' ' 

til,?!, .dl.'et°i'd?''-.o«Mi^ 



trr.iv';;;',. 



lcrui^DU*'lf>i'-miii7''>f''icX 
l^nogriiiiliTi ItDlfirtfl, I. 
lohoT, I'ilr, ■. iU>r, m. 
Ichoroiu, lUrli, •«. JeUwr. 
lehthToiriiplir, lkf((lii'(iin, 

Ielillivo^)r,^kA(il'tJ(, I. 

itlOuialatlt, I. 
I(dithyuiiliMi>l,1ki<S(lrfljl>l, 

Irndl-, I'M. IL »/«.», m. 
Idnni, I'dali, a. t'"', I- 



.._[iliut,<1ilB-lutil, «, W 
IcoBognpliT, Iklota'icttl, i. 

iaemaruiihU, l- 
lelenoiliuir^k, Jdrrisiil, tk 

tlHkU, *dj. CBM.t ietA-ifa.. 
Icr, I'lT'JU. (w'l W'!^''- 
tin, (^ .fiWc'c, lUrn., f. 
IdMLldfiLiuy.li^.iHninM. 

Smfiic, Mliau,' Ji. UMIur. 
uUT,lfflllf,(d>.«f<Ut, 
Jdimtio, )rth-<1k, Idntiul, 

Idnitudneu, IdliliHiDh, .. 

IdntiliuIiDii, IdhttflU'Ali, 

>. U«.Hflu&«t. idalili. t. 
Identify, Idln'llfl, i.i. IJii- 
IdentitV^jdiii-tlll, t,idtHilii,f, 
IdiocncT.'ldla-kribil J. idls^ 

Idiocr' Ji'>l<(, >. iilinilimt, a. 
IdioiB, ^<l'lln, I. iVimf, a. 
Idiomjllic, WdiDink 'idio- 

Daliciil, IdHmll'tJill, iilj. 

Illbmiilhat. 
Idiot, Id'Hi, ■. iiffiSf, t-M, m. 



cfiaati -Itatd, 4dJ. itfAMMt- 
1^, ma/ i4 propoMi .-tnllH 
idj. ma/ diteipliH^i -, ■• a*^ 

llWrfdrfp^'lUb'tliltil,; ifl 

llliinriMtp, 1u('kw)ll>, •■ t- 
IlfaciiwMio^'lUuEiilwI^ii, * 
lllntlon, I'lll'ikla, •. »MJ» 

UUndabl^ ^IllWdlbl, *d|. ir 



JitT.'tnlkhlrltl, 






iiiiEii]T,iiiii'iitir,ui.. li'M^ 

JIlTdl^ti.fJIIrtlUl^'W- 



»,1>iiiU-irll^!luiil.iir,1iii(ilc>' 



iBiuioikdlr, Ininid'IiUf, idi. 

uiiiH»J«Mi»«r. 
iDimuUntnnii, tu»J-hl>)i, 

Iiainailriir, InaOtlM, >. 

Ininolnlr, iL-mlUit, .'. i. In- 

IbZ^XIm; lomliiiii'tll., 
Inuiuiml, Ismirir, i^. to. 

luuuotiiieiout, lBJiiic1d')ttI<, 



luiliainni-nt, ImjilTa'nhl , i. 

Iiiiliii]"rAk, lajilhtlbl, idj. 
•Irnitrralilf an (okV. 

Jinpalnnml, lapile'iiitiit, •. 

'IinpA]tinbrri'lT7inpl1p<li1l'll(, ' 
laipnlimlilp, iBplI'plW. idj. 

in|IHJiy,1lDpll'at. T,1./MJV- 

inpi^frudionTlnipiil-'klii, >. 

>i.t>nr>»li.'(..WU^dl(>,<.i. 
Dipniitjr, iBiJr'ttJ, I. inrga- 



luiHHicI^' IniBliuh', I. tia;i» 

SVrrr. 
liuppuRliab [f,lBplll<hibI,ill. 

IinnnirJier, liDBMuh'llf, k.'ii.'- 
luilviioJiiiiint , LpllM-Bln', 

uil'iH^bi'i-, 'infihc^tiiiTTii: 

imfircolUr, ilJuUUtlr. 

IiQt^'clrt^'t|''TiDpt4-talM, ». 

Iniiii'iliiiiimtnl,' 1 nptilddtB^, 
liii|HMJiIiiri>, !B^il'tlt>, idj. 



■, Iglnlk'tlLult, 
ni'.'lliritk'lllu 






INC 



198 



IND 



inconataiice, f. 
Inconstant, ^nkftn'stlDt, adj. 
inconstant , changeant^ 

in constantnurnt. 
InconsumAble, fnk&nsA'mlbl, 

adj. qui ne te peut contumer. 
lucunsnuunate , Ink^nsSm' 

mite , adj. qui n'ett pas 

consonunf. 
Incontestable , ^nkSntSs'ttbl, 

adj. incontestable. 
InoontesUbly, ^DkSntis'tibli, 

adv. incontestablement. 
Incontiguou8,lDkSnt^g'A2s,adj. 

(fui n'est pas contigu. 
Incontinpnce , Inkiin'tJnJnse, 

Incontinenc7s InkSn'UnSns^, 
. a. incontinence , f. deregle- 

ment.^ m. 
Incontinent, InkSn'tinSot, adj. 

incontinent , lasc\f. 
Incontinently, ^okSa't^nSntl}, 

adr. avec incontinence, impu- 

diquementt d'abordf tout-a- 

I'ntfure. 
Incontrovertible, InkSntriYSr' 

tlhl, adj. indisputable, in- 
contestable. 
Inconvenience,1nkSnTi'nJ2n8e, 

s. disconvenance .. incommo- 

dite, f. desagrement, m. 
Inconvenience,^nkiinTl'n^2n!ie, 

v. a. troubler, derunger. 
Inconveniencf, ^nkSav^'aiSn 

s^ , T. iDConreoieoce. 
Inconvenient , InkSoTi'nlSnt, 

adj. incommode. 
Inconveniently, InkftnTl'n^int 

\l , adv. incommodement. 
Inconversable, ^Dk8n\2r'sibl, 

adj. insociable. 
Inconvertible , ^nkSnvSr'tJbl, 

adj. inconvertible, inalterable. 
Inconvincible, ^nkdnv^u's^bl, 

adj.^rt'o/i/itf peut convaincre. 
Inconvincibly, inkdnv^n'^^bl^, 

adv. sans conviction. 
Incony, ^nkSn'nl, adj. ignorant. 
Incorporal. ^nkSr'p&rll, adj. 

incorporel. 
Iiicorporality, ^nkXrpirll'iU, 

s. incorporalite', f. 
Incorporal ly , InkSr'pirijli , 

adT. sans corps, immate'riel- 

leinent. 
Incorpc^rate, ^nkBr'p&rite, t. a. 

et n. incorporer , unir; s^in- 

corporer. 
Incorporation, InkSrpirl'shSn, 

s. incorporation, associalionJ. 
Incorporeal, 4nk8rpA'r^ll, adj. 

incorporel. [jjorer. 

Incorpse, 1nkXn)se', t. a. incor- 
Incorrect, Snk8rr3kl', adj. in- 
correct, defectueu.r. 
Incorrectly, ^nkJ'.rrikt'lJ, adv. 

d*une manihrc iucorrecle. 
Incorrectness, inktirrSki'uSs, s. 

incorrection , inexactitude , f . I 



Incorrigible, InkSr'r^jibl, adj. 

incorrigible, indocile. 
Incorrigibleness . SnkSr'rJjIbl 

n?s, 8. incorrigioilite, f. 
Incorrupt, ^nkdrrSpt', Incor- 

rupted, ink8rr2pt'id,adj. qui 

n'est pas corrompu , intkgre, 

sain. 
Incorruptibility ,^nkSrr%pt)b^r 

lli 8. incorrupt ibilite', f. 
Incorruptible, InkirrSp'Ubl, 

adj. incorruptible. 
Incorruption, ^nkirrSp'sh&n, s. 

incorruption, f. 
Incorruptive,1nk8rr8p'tlT, adj; 

qui ne »e gate pas , impe'ris- 

sable. ipurete', integrite, f. 
IncorruptnesBy^nkSrrApi'nis, s. 
Incrassate, ^nkrls'flke , t. a. 

e'paissiri (m^d.) incrasser. 
Incrassate , Inkris'slte , adj. 

epaissi. ^ 
Incrassation, Inkrtssl'shSSn, i. 

e'paississement , m. incrassa- 
tion, f. 
Increase, ^nkrlse', s. accrois- 

sement, m. augmentation; pro- 
pagation, f. produit, m. 
Incre<ise, ^nkr^se', t. a. et n. 

augmenter , accroitre , s'aug- 

menlerf a'agrandir. 
Increaser, tDkr^''s&r, s. qui 

augmente. 
Increate, ^nkrHte', Increated, 

Inkr^i'lSd, adj. incre'e: 
Incredibility, InkrXdib^l'itl, s. 

incredibilite, f. [jcroyablf. 
Incredible, '{nkr^d'ibl^ adj. in- 
Incredibleness , ^okr^d'^blois, 

V. Incredibility. 
Incredibly, InkrXd'iblJ, adv. 

incroyahlement. 
Incredulity, InkridA'liti, s. in- 

cre'dulite, f. lincre'dule. 

Incredulous, InkrSd'Aiiis, adj. 
Incredulousnrss , lakrM'dl'as 

nes, V. Incredulity. 
Increniable, Snkr^'oiabl, adj. 

inconihuatihle. 
Increment, in}{'kr^ni?nl, s. ac- 

croisaement, m. augnientaliun, 

crue, f. 
Incrppale, 'Jng'kr^plte, t. a. re- 

primaitUer, blainer, 
Increpation, ^ngkr^pl'sbSn, s. 

re'priinande, f. Icroiasant. 

Increscent, ^nkrSsV^nt, adj. 
Jncriniinate, Inkrlm'^nile, ^.a. 

inculper. 
Incrust, ^nkrSsl', Incnistate, 

^nkrSs'tite , v. a. incruttter, 

enduire.^ lincruitation, f. 

Incrustfition, lukr'd.sti'shSn, s. 
Incubate, ^ng'kAbile, y. a. cou- 

ver des oeufs. 
Incubation, ^ngkAbi'shSn, s. 

incubation, f. [_mar, m. 

Incubus, Ing'kAbSs, s. cauche- 
Incu Irate, ^iikKrkUe, v. a. in- 

culquer, repeter. 



Inculcation, InkSlki'sfaSn, s. 

action d'inculquer, f. 
Inculpable, ^nkftl'plbl, adj. ir- 



repro 



chabL 



e, innocent. 



Inculpableness, 1nkSl''pibInZs, 
8. manque dejaute, m. inno- 
cence, f. [innocemmetU. 

Inculpably, Inknl'plbU, adr. 

Incult, ^nkSlt', adj. inculte. 

Incumbency, fnkfm'llSns^, s. 
possession d*un benefice, i. 



\ 



Incumbent, InkSm'bent, adj. 
impose, 
cier, m. 



impose', enjoint ; -, 8. hiuiji- } 



Ml. 



Incumber, ^nkiWn'bSr, t. a. ea- 

combrer, embarrasser. 
Incumbrance, Ink&ai'biinae, t. 

embarras, m. 
Incur, lukSr', t. a. encourir, 

s'e.rposer, m^riter, s'aitirer. 
Incurability, InkiriblWtA. s. 

incurabilite, f. {jtmU. 

Incurable, fnk&'rtbl, adj. tncu- 

Incnrableness, ^nk&'rlblnls^ t. 
IncurabilitT. Iremede. 

Incurably, Inki'rtbll, adT. saas 

Incuriosity, ^nkirJSs'hi, >. 
manque de curiosity, m.' in- 
souciance, f. [fiurieuT. 

Incurious , Ink&'r^ls , adj. peu 

Incuriousness, ^nkl'rlSnits, v. 
locarlositT. 

Incursion,inkSr'sbSn, s. incur- 
sion, irruption, f. [,courber. 

Incur vate, InkSr'Tltc, v. a. 
; Incurvation, ^nkftrvL'shSn, s. 
courbure, f. 

Incurve, ^nkSrv^ ▼. Incanrate. 

Incurvity, InkSr'v^t^^ s. cour- 
bure, injierion, f. 

Indagate, In'dtgUe, y. a. re- 
chercher. CcAcrcAc, f. 

Indagation, ^ndtgi'shSn, a. rw- 

Indagator, )n'dtglt&r, s. aun- 
minateur, m. C^^f**** 



jindart, ^Od2rt% T. «. mmrm*r, 

' Indebt, ^nd?t% t.i. auieUtr, 
'indebted, ^udSl'tld, a^. mf 
: dette; redevable. 
■ Indebtment,^ndit'jnlBt,s. AU. 
d'etre obere, m. {jBtmimt U ' 

Indecency, lad^'ainil, a. 

indecent, ^nd^'sSnt, a^l*- 
cent. taWcim 

Indecently, Indi'aintlA, cdT. 

Indecidous. IndMd'lii, t4> 

qui ne tombe point. 
Indecision, Indislih'iBf a. ok 

decision, {. Zddcti. 

Indecisive, Ind^sI'slT, adj. w- 
indeclinable, ^ad^Ul'atbl, adj. 

(sr.) imie'climible. 
Ind<>oorous, ^ndik&'nb, adj. 

indecent, inconvenant, 
Indecorously,^ndJk&'r2al^,adT. 

peu comienab'emen* . 
Indecorousuoss 1od^k&'r2snls, 

Indecorum^ ^nd^k&'r^m, s. 

manque de ae'coruntf m* 



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lijn>q(inil, 



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iufrigidRli', lnlAd^tllw, t.< n/uur. InhoiuilablHWM.hlli'pMM 

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^ ..., ', iD(rli-)^r, •.'loUuuuitF, takl'Blia,'*.*.^ 

.-'.rr, in'oJrr. lii«TnIini. ihfri f.-ist. t. fn- Imhumnlloa, bklal'Ati, k 

LfiiRilr. till*illli.T.a.nB. lafmi. 1a-(ift. •. 1" "«. t. »4iihui1.<ii . t. 

d-T /iirHiur. :nnT. iBcmtioii. 1icit>L U. I. n- lahuuip.tikfB*'. T. likiMin. 

ilHiJalr. laH-rilir. idj. •- (wi iir.rH.ji. f. IniniciublF , lil^tlfalu, 

illlnr.lK-. tllApUlr.i.i. .-iV In^Hlf. tiiclir, 1. ■. <-(.'»'!'. •«]. l-lmmgimmU,. 

r-..»wr-. viV-f-. . ^-.-x'.-ii-. ni.-x^m-. .».'. Ininih-*!, latm'Ml. *«■ *•- 

i(uH4il^n. iafiiki.kaii. >. Inilniniil.lK'crfnf ..li-.i-iti- »>:i. JkMfti. 

ii.-i>."'r'i<v. ■. .:r<ii<T)-. lajiHiyiulf. lM<r'i':u. V I. Intniijibilitj', lohiMlAl'lt), 



INS 

Insurrectionary , ^ns2rrSk' 

sh&Jiir^, adj. inturreetionnel. 
Insusceptibility, 1ns8ss2pt^b1lr 

M , 8. manque de tusceptibi- 

lite, m. innenxibilite , f. 
In8uscex)tible.^DS(l.ss?p't^bI,adj. 

non ausceptible, inxennible. 
Insusurration,^QsAsSrri'8bSn.s. 

murmur e, m. ^.tactile. 

Intactible, ^ntlk't^bl, adj. in- 
Intajjlinted , InttryUSd , adj. 

entaille, grave'. 
Intitglio , 'JntSryi, s. pierre 

grave'e, intailte, f. 
Intangibility, Intinj^b^l'hi, t. 

Intangibleness. 
Intangible , ^ntfn'j^bl , adj. 

qu'on ne peut toucher ^ im- 
palpable. 
Intangibleness , Inttn'j^blnJs, 

s. intcaigibilite , f. Zpide. 

Intastable, IntAs'tlbl, adj. in»i- 
Integer, 1n'tij8r, Integral, ^n' 

t«grll , s. grandeur integrale, 

f. entier, m. Lgral, entier. 
Integral^ 1n'tJgr3l. adi. inle- 
Integrality, ^nt^grll'iti, s. in- 

te'gralite', f. 
Inte^ally, In'tJgrilli, adr. en 

entier, integralement. 
Integrate, Sn'tigriie, y. a. in- 

te'grer, rendre entier. 
Integration, Int^gri'sbSa, s. 

inte'gration , f. 
Integrity , 1nt?g'griti , s. in- 

te'grite , probite, f. 
Integument, ^nt^g'g&mSnt, s. 

integument, m. 
Intellect, ^o'tSllZkt, s. intel- 
lect, entendement , m. 
Intellection, ^nt^llik'shSn , s. 

intelligence, conception, t. 
Intellective, 1nt2ll2k't1v, adj. 

intellectiy. 
Intellectual , ?nt2ll2k'tshill, 

adj. intellectuel, mental. 
Intelligence, ?ni?l'l^j?nse, In- 

telligency, ?nl?rj^j?nsi, s. 

intelligence, noiivelle, f. avis, 

rapport, m.; harmonic , f.; 

— oflice, s. bureau tie reiiseigne- 

ments , m.; lo give -. avertir. 
Intelligencer, 1ul?riJj?n.sSr, s. 

nouvelliste, m. {.intelligent. 
Intelligent, 1nl?l'l*j?nt , adj. 
Intelligentinl , '{nt?ll*j)?n'shai, 

adj, intellectuel , nnrituel. 
IntelligibiJJtv, intJllij^bll'kJ, 

s. intelligibilite', ]>erspicuite,i. 
Intelligible, ^nl?l'lijibl, adj. 

intclligihle, clair, 
Intelligiblpness , ^ntel'lJjJbl 

n?s, V. IntelJigihililv. 
Intelligibly, ^nt'(Jl'Ujibll, adv. 

intelligib lem en t . 
Intemerate, Intern'? rite, adj. 

pur, non aouille, entier. 
Inteunjerament , ?ni2m'p2rl 

m?nt , s. mauvaia tempera- 
ment , m. 



206 

Intefliperance , ?otiin'p2rlnse, 

Intemperancy, ^ntSm'p^rin 

8^, 8. intemperance, f. 
Intemperate, 1nt9m'p2rite, adj. 

intemperant ; I'iolent. 
Intemperately, ^ntSm'pSrUeU, 

adT. avcc intemperance. 
Intemperateness, IntSm'pSrlte 

nis, s. de'reglement J m.; in- 

temperie, f. 
Inteniperalure , ^nl?m'p?rt 

tshJire, s. intemperie (del'air), 

f.j earces-m. 
Intemj[)e8tive , IntSmpis'tH, 

adj. intempestif. 
Intenable, ''int?n'&bl, adj. qui 

n'eat pa» tenable. 
Intend, ^nl?ad', y. a. avoir 

I' intention , ae proposer. 
Intendancy, ^Dtin'dins^, s. in- 

tendance , t. {dant, m. 

Intendant, ^ntSn'dtnt, s. inten- 
Intendedly, ^ntSn'dZdl^, adv. 

ti deasein. 
Intendiment, ^ntSn^imint, s. 

attention , entente , f. 
Intendment , IntSnd'mSnt , s. 

intention, f, deaaein, m. 
Intenerate, ^ntSn'Srltte, r. a. 

attendrir, adoucir, amollir, 

toucher.^ 
Inteneration, ^nt2nirlt'sh2n, s. 

attendriaaement , m. 
Intense, ^nt2nse', adj. intense, 

vehement ; fort, excesaif. 
Intensely, ?nt?nsc'li, adv. in- 

tenaivement , fortement ^ ex- 

ceaaivement , 
Intenseness, ?nl?n.se'ncs. In- 
tension, ^nl^n'shHn, s. ten- 

aion; intensite , force, e'ner- 

gie ; violence, f. 
Intensity, ?nl2n'sili, s. grande 

attention, intenaite; urdeur,t. 
Intensive, inl^n'slv, adj. i«- 

tenae, intena{f, e.vce.as\f. 
Intensively, ^nl^o'slvl^, adr. 

comme intenaif. 
Intent, ^ol^nt', adj. applique', 

at tent if . 
Intent, 1nt?nt', Intention , ^n 

tSn'shiin , s. intention , f. out, 

projet, m. Tue, f. 
Inlenlional, IntSn'shSnll, adj. 

intenlionnel. 
Intentionally , ^alSn'sbSnSlU, 

adv. avec intention. I 

Inten tinned, Inlin'shSn'd, adj. 

inlenfionne'. 
Intentive, Inlin'tiv, adj. at- 

tentif, tres-applique. 
Intent ively, ^ni?n'i1tli, In- 
tently, 1nl?nl'l^, adv. avec 

beaucoup d^ attention, f orie- 
nt en t. 
Intentiveness,^ni?n'i^vn?s,In- 

tentness, 1nl?nt'n2s, s. ap-' 

plication se'rieuse ; preoccu- 



pation , f, 



Ihumrr. | 



Inter, 1nt2r', t. a. enterrer, in- 



INT* . 

Interact H'tliikt, s. entr'acte, 

m. 
Intercalar, fitir'ktltr. Inter- 
calary, Intirktl'tri, a4i. M- 

tercalaire. 
Intercalate, ^ntSr'ktl&te, t. a. 

inter cater, interer. 
Intercalation, ^ntlrklll'ahlii, 

8. intercalation, t. 
Intercede, ^nllrsMe'. t. b. pas- 
ser enire ; interceder. 
Interceder, IntSrs^'dSr, s. in- 

tercesseur, tu^diateur, m. 
Interceding , InlinA'dloc , >* 

intercession, f. 
Interce^itj HntJrslpt', t. a. intsr- 

cepter, taterrompre , mrriUr, 
Intercf^pter, Inlirslp'tirj «. n- 

tercepleur, m. 
Interception, ^ntlnip'alili, s. 

interception, f. 
Intercession, ^■tSrsiab'li, f. 

intercession, m/dialiom, f. 
Intercessor, intirsls'sSr, t. n- 

terceaaeur, me'dialeur.m. 
Intercessory, fntlrsis'Mrt,*^}. 

d* intercession. [enehmuur. 
Interchain, )Dttrtiihine% v. a. 
Interchfinge. Inatrtski^e, s. 

change, e'cnange, m. 
IntercUange, ^ntSrtshlddt', t. 

a. echanger,faireun^kmKge. 
Interchangeable, fattrlAldqe' 

\h\, adj. re'ciproque, amiuet. 
Interchangeableness , tatlr 

tshinje'tblnis, a.permaUmtion ; 

succession, t. 
Interchangeablj , fatlrtriJA' 

jibl^ , adv. mutuellememi* 
Interchangement,lBtlrt^Uje' 

m2nt^ 8. echange, troe. a. 
Intercipient, IntlrslpAtat, a4J. 

qui arrite ou empiehmt -, s* 

emp^chement , aa. 
Intercision, Intirrbli'Sn, ■■ m- 

terruption, cessatiom, f. 
Interclnde, 1ntirUiLde% t. ■> 

intercepter, empfehar. 
Interclusion, IntSAIl'ahla, t. 

obstruction, Jntereeption, u 
Inlercolumniation , Istlricft 

iHmnH'shSUi, s. enfr*-co£i(iiiie- 

ment , m. 
Intercommon, Inttrkfta^ln, 

V. n. manger enaembla, 
Intercomiuiuucate, latirkSm 

mA'n^klle, ▼. n. 9*entr9Com~ 

muniquer. 
Intercommunity, latlrkSMBi' 

nll^, s. communicatiom r^ci- 

proque, f. Zintercettml. 

Intercostal, !nt2r1iSs'ttl, adj. 
Intercourse , Hatirkirsa ,^ •. 

commerct, B.i cohuhjmucs- 

tion, f. 
Tntercur,1o(7rkSr\T.]i,«irrvnf if-. 
Intercurrence , «inllii(8r'rlM«, 

s. paaaage entre deux ehoaee, 

milieu, in. 
Intercurrent, Intirklr'r^nt, adj. 



INT 207 INT 






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iiirf>/ r rijwicu , diffcile. 


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nunr, ««r ^ b ;>eiiU( tUt 




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/ormvr, tH-iwH-, l»-«.in, 


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L.roerBtc, lli-ildle •. 1. Uti- 




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K.on>n, kiTl.,'>. «™, I.. 


LHcrnitire Ik-tlrltlT. Ul. W 


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Lauonoui, lUO-MU, Ml. «- 


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IiWIpVi!,' Ilp'slrd ,l./AuBn(.ii. 

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Lepid , af'rl4 , IdJ. /<-y»Lr, 

l.<<poniKt, tTii-plilnt, idj. dt 

L^THtnr, ]f ft^rAil, ■. Uprr, 
l^Sroui, l)p>Fl>,>dJ. fc>nj 

Ij'pl, llpl, pt(l. tlpirt.ifrl- 

Im'j, jW, l trail, 'n! n 
iJii, Ih, iilj. >1 •<•. •luWr. 



;L*IIiaraT, l*l*1il*,t,M(*iir;[i>, lAcI 

t>.i(n-, ri -nrnUirnW. i. rrjH 

l,m;.^.lif„ U'tlmiuitl, l-inlili 

I. ^irrr </< e««.«', tl iMWr., Lirir, I 

tl. I-Urrt, Mln-trtlm, l.Tl Lib. H 

{iH^u», r.< -btmr, -fir Lihkti 



VJ. fr»n«, »crjn-(r»rn, I. pi 

a.; -AHiDdrr, l.rHirfnir« 
tv^aelkrvt J'tm/vimfFiit , m, 

■.1 -P"*". I.rnuiiwt/oii, f. 

Ll^m, lil'llr, T.I. Eiinni, iiM. 

LBIti-r^d, ItrnidTiiU. Ir!^. 
Li'lli^Hvlf t^lrltLtilj. »b«r^ 



'1m'«'iL 



Ln<>ft, ff^j.i.fniu 

*«i(,/«~/.T, n. 
Lrtini, lli'm. T. 1. ■! a. K. 

LniM, Iti'ili, I. ta^MAi,JlMi~ 

Lruon', li>^i>, i. fron, tu- 

IrHctiva, r/lirinvtmie, I. 
LMion.lii'H, T. >. u(I»/», 

L«>aw, Ih-A, r. >. ;«.-rrr, 

I.PI, JtL prtt. 01 uri. ih u Let. 
LM, 1)1. 1. HopStArmmt, >i«a- 

tihtrlJ, 10- blood, uifiim 
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LptlifllitT, ItlAll'Jii. •. m«rli,. 
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lihel, li'kll, T. I. Arfri r 
Mr>, dlfa^T, mlirUn. 

Libel 1(7, H-klUb, *. lIMiiHt, 

gMma, luwAri ^ 0. ilW 
n(, n. fUrmlhm,, ■ 

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roc, lli'll, 
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pnporlioimtrt vuer, puiif 
Lrn'lling, lli'illllii, •. nh'il- 

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Lrvpl, li'ill. t. auiB dc (/voh 
Lrriablo, D.-rllM.'^tdJ. fk'^ 

LeviliMl, IttJAkll, ad). J> U. 

Lanticni. I)iTl'U)<, i.'"/lw^ 
■-Tllr, lli'W, -. Iriinii, in. 

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Levj-, Id'-' - - ' — ' 



libnnllr.llb'UtlU'.Kf.IiM- 

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Marthpr, mtilH^t. .. HiNir. 
UHlMd*], bIi^^iUi, Mnc 
Oadinp, mis'tldlne, i. mi ' 

Mniclc.'mli-il, •. n'uc'ff) I 
w«h. f. [cuih; 

MuHDiily, mtikti'ilf, •, ni 
MuicOTIllIo , BlaklA'dl, 
Miiicular, Bli-lilllr. tdj. otw^ 
3fuifluliirit7, mSihlllc-l-' 

MnicDlaui, nlr^llii, t. 
Muif, mlie, I. nuHi nu 

rfoii, ^A, r. 
Huie. niit, T. ■>. dWAmt. 

dirr.llrtdUtivUl ilrt it, 
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HutHbl*. mlllU, WIJ. cihw 

l^btene^'ml'iiuatt, t.Xb- 

oii, mlll'ikln, a. imito- 

Biir,.n.";?'™(H-,iiii,iIr, 
Hdtlliite.iill'ajlls.Vi. oinlt 

liiUUtor, ml'lUltlt, .. >»»i- 
_:utilDui,ml'l()Ii, ilii.malUi, 
Hutinr, dI'iId, HalTnrcT, ml 
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HuUm^lV, ml'ilniiJ), wh. 
--""-Memtia. [/nnu, I. 

Mndn yi mllln!) 1. 1. h mMlC- 

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«. pj. eSttt^ipt dt mpitvtt 1. 
plj -Qttfi.e/fflif/'^iiinMHj 
nufn id'-fe, r b-idprt§mt, 
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llltUAllly, Kluhltl'/ll, 1. u- 

lliliulllV,ml'UlillJli,i«<. nH- 

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Muzzlp, HU'll, 9. flulfAH} m.i 



NAI 

Bi,». ongle, m. griffe, 
'.| clou, m.\ meaure de 
tucet et un quart , sci- 
on the -, sunt delai ; 
it the - on the head, y 
toir touche au but ; to 
rn money upon the -, 
urgent complant. 
lOt ▼• *• clouer; en- 

L^Sr/S. cloutier, m. 

ni'lSrJ, 8. clouierie, 
le de clout, f. 
iild,nile'muld,s. clou- 
Itier, m. 
ith,nile'sDiiM^ s. clou" 
de, niJe'trlde, s. clou- 
'.' 

ni'^illtid'i.ttaH'enient. 

nttT'ill, s. naivfte. f. 
ilt'kid, adj. nu ; simple ; 
vident. 

, ni'kldi}, adv. nument, 
nent. 

>88, nl'kldnSs, s. nu- 
mplicite, f. 
If s. (cord.) alene, f. 

ime, s. nom, m. dcno- 
<n ; reputation, f . ; chris- 
tiom de hapteme , m. ; 
— , noni propre, nom de 
, m.\ in the - of, au 
; to give a -, accredi- 
call one names, dire de.s 
h qn. [jfeler. 

ime, V. a. nommer, ap- 
B, nkme'lis, adj. ano- 
'ans reputation, 

nhne'l^, adv. particu- 
'nt, aaifoir. J 

ce, nimc'sikc, s. /lo- 
le, m. \.nan1iin, m. 

Nankeen. iilnf;k^^n% s. 
, sornnifil Ic'ger ; duvet, 
; afternoon -, s. aieste^t. 
p, >. a. ct n. chardoH- 
drap ; sommriller. 
pe, s. nuque, f. 

ni'pSr^, s. linge de 

D. 

, nlfe'yA. s. navet, m. 
\, nSp'/Aa, s. naphte, f. 
nip'kin, s. sert'iette, f. 
, nfp'lSs, adj. ras , sans 

nlp'pSr, s. laneur, m. 
ss, nlp'p^n^s, s. c'tat 
ui est cotonneux, m. 
itp'p^, adj. cotonneux i 

X. 

nlp'MS, T. Naphtha. 
A , n^rs^s'sSs, s. nar- 
n. Zcoiique, 

!, nSrkit'^k, adj. nar- 
rd, 8. nard, m. 
re, s. nostril, m. 
•, nlr'rtbl, ad[i. ^iti ;7eu< 
conte. Xraeonter. 

, nlr'rlte, t. a. narrerf 



251 

Narration, ntrri'sbSn, Narra- 
tive, nlr'rlllT, s. narration, 
histoire, f. {.rati/- 

Narrative, nl r'rll^ v. adj. nar- 

Narrativelf, nlr'rltitli, adt. 
en forme de narration. 

Narrator, nlrri'tir, a. narra- 
teur, m. 

Narrow, nlr'rA, adj. etroit, pe- 
tit; avare ; exact, attentij; 
- heeled, adj. encasteU; - 
minded, - spirited, adj. ay ant 
I'esprit borne'; - mindedness, 
s. bassesse d* esprit; ava- 
rice, f.} to make -, retreeir; 
-, s. passage etroit, defile, m. 

Narrow, ntr'rJ, ▼. a. e't n. re- 
treeir, resserrer ; ae retreeir. 

Narrowly, ntr'rAli , adj. ^£roi- 
tement ; attentivemettt , meg- 
quinement. 

Narrowness, nlr'r&ols, s. etat 
d'une chose itroite; rArecis- 
tement , m.; pauvreti, f.{ - of 
heart, ai/arice, f.; — of mind, 
petit esse d' esprit, f. 

Narwal, Narwiial, ntr'hwUe, 
8. narval , m. 

Nasal, nWtl, adj. natal. 

Nascent, nts's2nt, adj. nsmonf, 
croissant. Imalproprement. 

Nastily, nts'tJl^, aar. salement, 

Nastinoss, nls't^nZs, s. salete, 
malproprete', f. 

Nasty, nts'ti, adj. sale, mal- 
propre; obsgine. 

Natal, nWil, adj. nata/; - day, 
fl. jour de la naissance, m. 

Natation,ntti'fib8n,s.na/a/ion,f. 

Natatory, ni'tltSr^, adj. nuta- 
toire. ' Ite, f. 

NatcFi, nttsh, s. (tail.) craquet- 

Nathless, nitA'l2s, adv. n/an- 
moins , tout^fois. 

Nation, nWh^n, s. nation, f. 

National, ni'shaniL adj. natio- 
nal. ^ Oionalite, f. 

Nationality, nlshSntl'^t^, 8. no- 
Nationalize, ni'sbSntllze, t. a. 
rendre national. 

Nationally, nl'Bh2allli, s. no- 
tionalenient. 

Nationalness, ntsh'^DllnSs, 8. 
natiunalite , f. 

Native, nl'llT, adj. natif, na- 
tural , originaire ; — country, 
-land, 8. pays natal, m.} -, 8. 
natif, ndturel, m. 

Natively, nl'llylJ, adr. de nais- 
sance, aborigine. 

Nativeness, nl'tlvn^s^ a. tftat 
de ce qui est produit par la 
nature, m. Uiaissance. f. 

Nativity, nhlViti, s.nativite. 

Natron. nl'trSn, s. natron, m. 

Natural, nlt'tshArll, ad|. natu- 
ret ; facile ; vrai ; illegitime ; 
-, 8. innocent, imbecile; (mas.) 
bffcarre, m. [nafur<t/Mm«, m. 

Ifatnralisine, ntt'tshirllizm, s. 



NAV 

Naturalist, ntt't8hArtl1st,8. /to- 

turaliste, p/iysicien, m. 
Naturality, nltshirtl'hi^s.e/af 

naturel, m. 
Naturalization, nttshArllizl' 

shSn, s. naturalisation, f. 
ijraturalize, ntl'tshirlllze, v. a. 

naturaliser. 
Naturally, nlt'tsbirtu} , adv. 

naturellemeni : spontanement. 
Naturalness, nitnshArtlnS!* , s. 

etat naturel, m. } simplicite 

naturelle, naXvete; grace, f. 
Nature, ni'tshAre,s.nafMri;; com- 
plexion, f. temperament, m. 

humeur ; espece, t.\ good -, 8. 

humanite , bonhomie, f.{ hiy — , 

de nature. Lfruge, m. 

Naufrage, nlw'frldje, a. nau- 
Nauflit, niwt. adj. et adr. mau^ 

vais , m/chant ; eorrompu t 

nullement ; -, 8. rien, m.; for 

— , pour rien. 
Naughtily, niw't}!}, adv. md- 

chamment, malicieusement. 
Naughtiness , nlw'tinis, s. m^ 

chancete, malice, f. 
Naughty, niw'U, adi. miuivM, 

mechdnt, vilain ; debauche. • 
Naulage, niw'lldje, a. nauiage, 

m. [machie, f. 

Naumachv, nlw'mtki, s. nau^ 
Nausea, nlw'sh^, s. nause'e, f. 
Nauseate, niw'sbilte, y. a. et 

n. avoir des nausdes i rejeter 

avec degodt. 
Nauseous, niw'shSs, adj. noi^ 

4eabond, de'godtant. 
Nauseouslyji niw'abftsll, adv. 

avec de'gout. 
Nauseousness, Diw'shftsn^s, a. 

etat de ce qui est de'goJtant, m. 
Nautic,nlw'tlk, Nautical, nlw' 

tlktl, adj. nautique, naval. 
NSnutilus, nlw'l1lSs,s. naatile,n. 
Naval, nl'vll, adj. naval; - 

army, a. arme'e navale , f.j - 

officer, 8. officier de marine, 

m.; - senfice, s. marine, t. 
Navarch, nWirk, a. comtnan- 

dant d'uneflotte, m. 
Navarchy, niViirki , 8. •«>«€« 

navale, navigation, t. 
Nave, nUe, a. moyeu (d'une 

ro«e).m.{ nef (d*uneiglise),t. 
Navel, ni'vl, a. nombril; milieu. 

m .{ -8triDg,8.cor<2on ombilical, 
Navew,DlTe'yi,8.nai«e<,m. [m. 
Naviciuar, nlvlk'Allr, adj. no- 

viculaire. ivigable. 

Navigable, nlv'T^glbl, a^. na- 
Navigableness j ntT'T^glblnls, 

8. navigabilite. f. 
Navigate, nlv'T^gite, v.a. et n. 
, nayiguer, voguer Sur. 
Navigation, nlrvigi'ahSn , s. 

navigation^ t. 
Navigator, nlTWglt'.lSr, 8. im- 

vigateur, mdrin, m. 
Navy, ni'vi/ s. marmot f. 



II, nil'Aii.J., . 

MoUtJOn, alJllli'lll, «. nl/u, in 

MSiTiiilf ■^""""', ii. <«', 1 
Moll, "*"• J" J' ""• '"^^ 

Sainadize, nJi'iiiUlie, •. n. no 

n«4i»r. 
Somblee, nImliL'i, ■. pi . mroi J 



HouuTxnJJy I bAqi 



.■mSlSTTtSl. 
.tor, nftA^HtlSij i. jw- 

ypiniiifft ■Im'BlllIt, I, nnlii- 
lEU-iUnlitr, aditKI'lu, >. In- 
volute, «&A'^fr, a. iHitoriti, I. 
HDnaseiiuiiil, n>idJ)i-(Bll, idj . 

Noiuiiiiiearance, uliilrrt'tlait, 
XouiitendwiMl ' ■toluhd' 

llonoiiHUiiDe, ■lulsblliiiiH', 



NonDOin] 



. a. J</aul lit duifom 
e, .in, MJ. «.«.»,«(,;» 
entllT, Dtiia'ltll, 1. n 




il«i.3*lI..'.™frV.^Mli». 






On9«, ISnfl, a. fan, m- [in 

Oiulw/ll.'llt, •. '™iirJ«KA, 
Oiit, Hi, 'm. (t Hi'. ^"V * 






Otctstp, iilri 
Overiloinngh 



OTTrfamrdi 



OVE 

Overset, iv8rs?l', v. a. et d. irr. 

nnverser ; ruiner ; se renver- 

ter. 
Ovewhade, ftvSrshlde'. Over- 
shadow, ivSrsbtd'do, v. a. 

ombrager ; prote'ger. 
Overshoot, Av3rsh88t', v.a. et 

n. irr. porter trop loin ; alter 

au-dela, devancer ; to - one's 

self, s'avancer trop, ae ha~ 

taraer. 
Oversight, i'vSrshe, s. surveil- 
lance; meprise, erreur, f. 
Oversize, iv8rslze', t. a. aur- 

paaaer^ en groaaeur. 
Over8kip,Av8rsk^p', t. a.J^ran- 

chir; omettre, oublier. 
Oversleep, ivSrsl^ip', ▼. a. irr. 

dormir trop long-tempa. 

Overslip, ivSrsilp', v. a. omet- 

. ire, negliger. Ivrir de neige. 

Oversnow, ivSrsni', v. a. cou- 

Oversold, Av2rsAld', adj. v<?nrf« 

trop cher. [.tot. 

Oversoon, itSrsSSn', adr. trop 
Overspeak, ivir8pike',T. n. irr. 

purler trop. 
Overspent, AvSrsp?nt', adj.yb- 

tigue', haraaae. 
Overspread , iv8rspr?d', v. a. 

irr. couvrir, re'pandre. 
Overstand, ivSrstSnd', v. a. irr. 

$*en tenir trop aiix conditiona. 
Overstare, ivSrstire', t. a. re- 

garder d'un oeil e'gare. 
Overstep, ivSrsi?p', v. a. irr. 

ddpaaaer. 
Overstock, Av8rst6k', v. a. rem- 

plir trop, encomhrer. 
Orwstore, ivSrstire', v. a. 

Jvumir abondamment , trop 

upproviaionner. 
Orerstrain, AvSrstr^ne', v. a. et 

a. dtendre trop loin ; a^e'pui- 

Ber en efforts. 
OverstretcJi, iv8rstr8tsh', v. a. 

itendre trop loin. 
Overstrew, Overs trow, ivSr 

stxh', V. a. irr. joncher de. 
Oversway, ivSrswi', v. a. gou- 

veraer deapotiquement. 
Overswpll,iv8rswel', V. a. a*en- 

fier, deborder. \_blic. 

Overt, h'yirt, adj. ouvert, pu~ 
Overtake, iv8rtike', v. a. irr. 

alteindre, attraper ; aurpren- 

dre. [ler trop. 

Overtalk, iv8rt8wk', v. n. par- 
Overtask, ivSrtlsk', v. a. don- 

ner une tdc/ie trop forte. 
Overtax, ivSrllks', ▼. a. acca- 

bier d'impota. 
Overtlirow, iv8rMri', s. ren- 

veraement, m. mine, defaite,f. 
Overthrow , Mrtbrh', v. a. irr. 

renveraer ; detruire, defaire. 
Over thrower, iv8rtAri'8r, s. 

qui renverae, vainqueur, m. 
Overthwart, ivSr^wIrt', adj. 

via-a-via , en f»ce, oppose', 



267 

contraire, pervera. 
Overtliwartly , &T8rMwirtll , 

adv. au travera, 
Overtliwartness , iv8rMwlrt' 

n8.s, s. humeur contradictoire, 

perveraite'y f. 
Overtire, iv8rllre', v. a. /oii- 

guer trop, aurmener. 
Overtly, i'v8rlll, ady. ouvo'te' 

ment. 
Overtoil, Iv8rt8?l', t. a. tra- 
vail ler au-dela de aeaforcea, 
OvertOp,iv8rtSp', V. a. a'ilever 

au-deaaus; aurpaaaer,exceller. 
Overtower, Av?rt8ft'8r, v. a. do- 
miner, [d'un pied le'ger. 
Overtrip, iv?rtr1p', y.i. fouler 
Overtnist, iv8rtr8st',v.a. avoir 

trop de con fiance en qn. 
Overture, A'vHrtshAre, s. ouver- 

ture; decouverte, f. 
Overturn, i'vSrtSrn, s. boule- 

veraement. m. chute, f. 
Overturn. Av8rt8rn', v. a. ren- 
veraer, bouleveraer. 
Overturner,Av8rt8rn'8r,s. dea- 

tructeur, m. 
Overvalue, ivSrvil'A, v. a. eva- 

luer trop haul , eatimer trop. 
Overveil, ivSrvlle', v. a. voiler, 

couvrir. 
Overvote, ivSrvAte', t. a. ob- 

tenir plus de voix. 
Overwatch, iv8rwStsh', v. n, 

faire veiller trop longlempa. 
Overwealc, AvSrw^ke^adj. trop 

faible. 
Overweary, ivSrwl'ri, v. a. 

accabler de fatigue. 
Overween, ivSrwiin', v. n. a* ea- 
timer trop, faire trop de caa 

de aoi. 
Overweening, 4v8rwJ^n'^ng, 

adj. arrogant, preaomptueux ; 

-, 8. preaomption, f. 
Overweening! y, ivSrwi^n'^ng 

li, adv. avec trop d' arrogance. 
Overweigh, iv8rwi', v. a. peaer 

davantage. V emporter aur. 
Overweiglit, AvSrwite', s. pre- 

ponde'rance, f. 
Overwhelm, Av8rhw8lm', v. a. 

accabler, ahattre, aurmonter. 
Overwhelming , Av3rhjv?lm' 

)ng, adj. accablant ; baiaae. 
Overwise, AvSrwlze', adj. trop 

aage, trop savant. 
Overwiseness, Av8rwlze'n8s, s. 

aagease pre'tendue, f. 
Overwork, Av8rw8rk', v. a. etn. 

ITT. faire trop travailler ; tra- 

vailler trop. 
Overworn, A v8rwlrn', adj. uae; 

accable, exce'de' ; gate. 
Overwrought, AvSrrlwi', adj. 

trop travaille, trop^fini. 
Overzealous, Av3rz?r8s, adj. 

trop ze'le'. 
Oviform, A'vifSrm, adj. ovatel 
Ovine, A'vlne, adj. ovite. 



PAC 

Oviparous, AvIp'lrSs, adj. ovi" 

pare. 
Owe^ Awe, ▼. a. devoir, etre 

oblige de; I - my life to hiiu, 

jelui doia la vie. 
Owing, h'^ng, adj. imputablf, 

du ; provenant de. [m. 

Owl, Aftl, s. cTtat-huant, hibou, 
Owler, Sfti'Sr, s. contrebandier, 

m. 
Owlet, 8ii'8t, 8. chouette, £, 
Owling, 8fll''ing, s. contre- 

bande, f. 
Own, Ane, s. aien, propre; for 

ray - share, pour ma part ; lo 

make one one's -, gagner qn. 
Own, Ane , t. a. poaaeder ; re- 

clainer, a*attriouer; recon- 

naitre, avouer, confeaaer; it 

mast be owned, i7 /auf avouer. 
Owner, A'nSr, s. proprie'taire, 

poaaeaaeur, m. iprie'te', f. 

Ownership, A'nSrshIp, s. pro- 
Owning, 2/n^ng, s. a7'eu, m. 
Owre , 8ftr, 8. buffie, m. 
Owse, 88ze, s. tan, m.. 
Ox, Sks , s. boeuf, m.; -fly, s. 

taon. m.; -house, -stall, s. 

e'table a boeuf a, f.; oxen, pi. 

boeuf a, m. pi. betea p. cornea, 

f.pl. [boeuf. 

Oxlike. Sks'llke, adj. comme un 
Oxydable, Sk'sAdibi, adj. oxy~ 

dable. 
Oxydate, 6k'sidite, Oxydise, 

Sk'sidUe, v, a. oxyder. 
Oxydation , 6ksid4'sb8n, s. 

oxy da t ion, f . [ox ide,^ m . 

Oxyde, 8ks'id, s, (cbim.) oxyde. 
Oxygen, 8ks'Aj8n, s. (chim.) 

oxxjghne, m. ,_,,. t'^/y^^V. 

•Oxygenous, Sksld'jsnds, adj. 

Oxymel, ik'sJm8l, s. oxymel, m. 

Oyer and Terminer, A'ySr, s. 

cour dea aaaiaaea en Angle- 

terre, f. [e'coutez ! 

Oyes, Oyez, Ayls', int. oyez! 
(Oyster, 8i'st8r, s. huitre, f. 
Oysterman, 8i'starmSn,s. mar^ 

chand cThuitrea, m. 
Oysterwench , 8*'st8rw?nsh , 

Oysterwoman.Si'stSrwSmHn, 

Oysterwife. 8*'st8rwlfe, s. 

marchande d'huttrea, f. [f. 
Ozaena, AzA'ni, s. (chir.) ozine, 

P. 

Pabular, plb'bAlir, a<)j. »limea- 
teux, nourriaaunt. 

Fabulation, plbbAllTshSn , s. 
Hourriture, f. 

Fabulous, pib'AiSs, v. Pabular. 

Pabulum, pftb'bAlSm, s. ali- 
ment, m. [d'apaiaer, f. 

Pacation, plkl'shon, s. action 

Pace,pAs9, >• Po«, trmin, m. al- 
lure, f.; to Keep -. with one. 



PAP 

N. moulin a pa/iirr, i:i.: -inn- , 
n<!7| », pafiier-nmiinau'j l/ilUl 
dr viunfitfj m.; -ntaiiicr, ». do- ' 
nibiolier , niarhrrur , m. { — 
sUininid i* domumtfrie, f. 

I'apor, pl'pi(r, ailj.yu/^ de pa- 
pirr, en papier. 

I'-'ijH'r, pi'iiHr, V. a. cnnvrir de 
papier; t a pinner de papier, 
renjermer dann dn papier. 

I'ajiciicciil, plp8b'ii2ut, hA\.pul- 
peiur. 

I'ajiilio, pSplKji, n.papillon, m. 

J'a|)illnry,plp'p111&r^, adj. pa- 

pillaire. 
rn|iisili, \}V'\y^7.my%, pajii^me, m. 
I'/ijuHl^ pi'p'^Ht , n. papi/ite, m. 
J'a|iiNlic(il , plplh't^Ul , adj. 

papintiiftif. [_n\. 

I'apJHtry, pl'pljffr^, n. vapi»me, 
1'a|)|i(ill!(, pfp'pHif, adj. parni 

de duvet. [r it lent. 

I'appv, ptp'p^, adj. mon , /mc- 
ra|>iil(illH, plp'AlHs, adj. pupn- 

trii r. 

l*a|»yrns,pflp'^rRH,». /*«i/>i//'ii.»,ni. 

J'.ir, p'ur, s./iii/w'/c', valeur e'gale^ 
f. ; .11-, ail pair; nbovt* -, aii- 
deHXus da pair ; below - , aii- 
defHoun dii pair; to bo at - 
with oin\alfer depairurect/n. 

raral)l«', plr'ibl, -*. paruhole, f. 

I'arahola , plrlb'olJ, s. (gOoni.) 

parahnte, f. 

rar.ilidlio, plrlllt.Arik, Tara- 

Itoiiral, piribol'ikHll, adj. pu- 

rahtdiipte. 
raracnitivsi.t , plrlsJii'i^sis, s. 

vobir.) para cent fie, f. 
rarAclirnnism . plr'lkr&Dizm, 

."«. parai'fironimnr, m. 
Vnraohiitc, pir Isttl'-ot , s. />.!- 

rac'tate, m. [.'.Vf. m. 

Vrtr.irlrti*. pir'lklJto, it. para- . 
rar.iilt* , plrido* . 5. p.irade. ' 

I'.trf.-f.iri.'M, (.jafir, nt.i /'.'.i«v 

d'annfSt f. j 

I'ar.ulr. pirldo'. v. a. ot 11. i 
r.t'ittr en l>,ttai!!e: f\iire .'u 
;'.! •.•.;<*. I. ;;,:;■'»€■. in. 

rar,uli;;:in . pirld'un . v r.jr.i- 

r,ir,uH<«\i»lr IdUo.v..' ..■'•i,;j.«.m. 

rar.ulUiao.*l.plri,;,>-. ikll. l*a- ■ 
i.««Usi.iii. plrldi^h in. Jidi. .;V 
*■■.■ .1...*. ...'.• IV. m. 

r,u.uK»\, plrliKHt, *. :'..■.! - 

V.u.\iU»\i,M!.plrl.«.''k voWli.j|.Vl> 

;■.»• ..;. : J.. .,•;•.•.: .■■•.',■ f. 

V.-.va.u:\ ;'?.r iM 0. ^ : ^ •,-.:;;,■.' m. 

J*.»: .1 j; ■ u . |« i r ?.;?;■. . » . ^ ■ .■ . ;;• ;.■ 

.:"j . ■ ij." . _: -••.. j; ^ . .•■•■:.•,. 

<;'•■."» - . M . ,f « ■ 

Va"..>j:.m». J'X: ',*•.. X r. .■•-" 

V ,^: .* :• V,4 in . J' X ■.:...■ : V.'. . y . M 



270 

lisl, s. J'aiieur decalemhoum, 

m. leraphe, m. 

Farai^raph^ plr'Sqrir, s. yara- 
rnra^rnpliic, pSrlgriflk, adj. 

dii'i'te en paragrafihes. 
Parn^rapliicAlly , ptrt^rSfikll 

U, ad%. /;ur paragrapfies. 
rarallanlic, plrSlltk'i^k, Par- 

allactical,pJriiiik't1kil, adj. 

(astr.) paraltactiifue. 
Pnrnlinx, pir'illtks, s. (astr.) 

paraUuxe, f. 
Parallel,plr'4ll?l,adj.;7ara//c/«r, 

e'gal; to run -, garder une 

dtfitance e'gale ; -, s. paral- 

lele; ressembtance, f. 
Paral Id, oSr'illil, t. a. mettre en 

purallele, comparer. 
Parallelism, p^r'Slli^lIzm, s. 

(gi'om.) paralle'lisme, m. 
Pnrall(>logram . p8r8llel'/.grlm, 

H.(fi6om.)paralle'ingraiume, rn. 
l*arall«'lopiprd , pJrtll2lSp'pi 

p?d, H.parail/tipipcdc, m. 
Pnral(»i;isiu, pitil'hflzm, a. pa- 

ralopi/tine, m. 
Paralityi/e, plrtl'&jlze, v. a. 

J'aire de faux raifonnements. 
Paraloyy, ptril'liji, v. Para- 

Iof>isni. 
Paralyse, pSr'illze, v. a. para- 

lifiter ; rendre inutile. 
Paralysis, plrll'^sis, s. pura- 

hfxie, f. 
Paral vlic.pSrll^nt'lk, Paraly- 

t ioal , plrtlllt'i kil , adj . para- 

li/tiipie. 
Pafamouut, pir'lm'iilnt, adj. 

siipe'rieur, e'lnineHt; lord -, s. 

seigneur du ^ fiej\ m . 
Paramour, plr'luicSr, s. amant, 

m. timii/i/(>. f. 
Paraiiymphe, plr'lDimf, s. pa- 

raiiutnpne . m. 
Parap»»l. pir'ippt, s.^Mr.i/'rf. m. 
Par.iph. pir'lf. *. par.^^fe, f. 
Par.iplu>rnali;«,plrirf?rui'l^l,s. 

pi. vjur.) I'itnf paraphentuiix. 

ni, pi. 'raphr,tse. f. 

P.»raphra«». plr'lfrlie, s. /m- 
P.ir.iphrast'. plr'Jfrirr, t. a. 

/■.i»-.j/ 'rr.iffr: .iitr'ififr. 
Par.tphrast, pir'lirlst. $. /.i- 

r.i; ';'-,j.«/.'.^ m. 
r.iraphr.tstio . plrlM*"Mk . 

P.tr.iphr.isliotl . plrlfrS^'t^k 

ll . Ji.ij. f'i ^'.•—tr .;> :.;-.i- 

r,»r.»sit;\ }irt#i;c.*. fA'-^su 

m. 
P.ir.Kiho. ylrt<r. 'k, r.*r,>*it- 

ioal. ; ?rl"v'; '.kl . «.^j. .:> rji- 

•-.Kir.- '.s; ;■ ■.■ 

V,>r,»<:t"!<v.:.~lr Iv*;- jw:. *. .v»- 
r.ir.iN ^1 vt: tv*;. s. :-,t -J *■.•,' r. 

t 



PAR 

Parboil^ ptr^ill, t. a. piw 
houilUr. [•amrnf, ■. 

Parbn^k, ptrHvike, a. vomit- 

Parbiickle, pirHiSkkl, a. (mar.) 
trevire. f. 

Parcel, plr'ail, a. ftrntit patjuet,m. 
parcelled ^uanlite; troupe, t.\ 
by parcels, par pihcet, par 
parties. ^iviser, morceler. 

Parcel. pSr'sll, t. a. partager, 

Parcelling, oSr's^llTag.s. (mar.) 
morceau de toile {pour fomr- 
ritre), m. [cohe'ritage, n. 

Parcenary, pSr'sAntr^, a. Cjnr.) 

Parcener, pir'sSnilr, a. cokerir 
tier, coproprietaire, m. 

Parch, plrtsh, t. a. et n. hr4ler 
leghrement, griller; denedkar, 
ae aecher. [cAenetM^ f. 

Parchednes8,p2rtah'idn}a^ ai- 

Parching, pSrtsh'Ing, adj. krA- 
lant. 

Parchment, pSrtah'mSat, a. par- 
chemin, m.; -maker, a. var- 
cheminier, m. Zi^opara, m. 

Pard, pHrd, Parda]e,par'dUe,9. 

Pardon, par'dn, s. pardon, m. 
grace, f.; general -, s. amau- 
tie, f.} to beg — , deivander 
pardon. [Jaire grace. 

Pardon, p2r'dn,T. a. paraonaer; 

Pardonable, par'dnlbl, adJ./Mr- 
ilonnahle , graciabte. 

Pardoner, plr'dnSr, a. tfuipar- 
donne; vendeur ^indulgen- 
ces, m. 

Pare, plre, T.a. rogner. peler; 
purer (le pied d'un ehevat). 

Paregoric, plr^gir^k. Pare- 
gorical , ptr^fSrikll. adj. 
(m6d.) pare'eortijue, aaoueis- 
sant. iparenc/rume , m. 

Parenchyma, ptrlnninil,' s. 

Parenchymoua , plreng 'k^rals, 
adj. sppngieur. Suasion, t. 

Parenesis, ulr?n'kla, a. per- 

Parenetic.pv^n^i'^k, a<y. pa- 
re'ne'tique. pertuat\f. 

Parent, pi'rint, a. pire, m. 
mere, f.: parents, pi. le phrt 
et la mere, parents, B.pl. 

Parenta£!e, plr^rintidje, a. po" 
rr:::e. f. Cne/, ntatemel. 

Parental. plr?n'til. adj. Pi*ifr- 

Prtreut.ition, plrlntl'ahtm , f. 
furfKtjtufn , t. pareHt*let, f. 
pi. ^arenthiae, t. 

r«renthesis. plrSn'MMs. a. 

Par^nthet ical , pirlaMll'ttli , 
a^. «i> parenlkeae. [ai. 

Farer.pi'rXr.*. houloir, pmrmir, 

Tjtt^r^y. plr'Iij^, a. (arelu) it0r§' 
S**rutrtft, r.pl. [pi. 

Parget. plr'j?t. a. crept, jgypte, 

FJir^e t. pir'jtt, t. a. crejptr, pla~ 
r-«r-. ^ &««r. ■■ 

F.%r::''ti*r. plr^tsr. a. erv>at* 

r.x*Vliv^n, fltbJl'iJla, a. 



1 



Paiiaj. f i riaf , a» rm^mn. 



■ -1 






.^ 



Jm«, pM'^llit, Id). </< PpniiUr, pU 

•, pldW-,'' " ■ I "■ 

I'KMdilio.plUldll'lt.l.BH. I- ^'S.P't. i. !*•»«(«, Ij /■ I 

IVwnn^T. plMtET ». ■«- ■- '™''»^S, "" 

r^rMt^pivEiiat , •«■«»- I? '" ' 

PbcIl, plk, s plutiti, B. 

p£k>r, p>li1Ir, ■.V>v^<'a- <■ 
l-ixikli^ , ult'kl'd, lill. f«irM'. 

riT.l!iH>l,p)k'lhitl,Pnitin>led, i. 
plt-lliill^l, maUpicliital. 

r "Jilmc, plmUU, T... !«(« fi PeilieU, pIl'riU?^?^iUta 

Jr.>f«i£v>wiUiH, piUrr I: •■ temttnj, pllllllrJ, i. 

■■Kiiliiliiin,ntk1llll^>ll,l.'H; >^ PvllTneu', •ll'mll, lit. mtt- 

f»r .J« rfmiVw Ht»ct, ■. l.J eelJi.ptli, •. pl.iKur, (.■>. 

•»kl-jHi, >dj.|»Hl ', n»./»Krf«jwi£«^B.fL 



liji^^S 



I, nIkl-Jjl 

r(kf-.ll[(. 



, pHl-d|)», .. . 



■)iriii1tk. Prdu 



r:;E'3;;,'';l'.Bil(*."i 

PfHinlmrilf.tinfltrlU.fri ,r lucidnei 



idity, pIilliK'til ret- 



:,;'jhIIm', i>. ptOiltrit.! 






Pcllisc, ''?']l!j^' '*jtP™"' 



Pnl. pU, 1. fuVi nanirr^ ■- 

rF<Iii|ii>Bioal . pliWl»td'jWl _„_. , 

rnlii|l.i|[aF.pn-M(«<i, I. pi '^ tfltry. piPul, •. j 



It. pA'Sbi. •. jv 



rrdntic, ptJlHlll 
, lio.1. ptShlUll. , -, ,^^^ 

*''"""""' ■ """"filriiV.'^SjrMM PmaiK, .J.iJil,*i, ^on 



(.^f I, .rpHlr»w». ptlrntull. •. "-pi. ;f i"«- «iMf. "5 






If, m-htciibaifao, tT 
>iar,fh-amar,i.J^I,m. ■ 
■at, p1>-4lll, tU. pm-i 

>!)« , pVatu , >. (boi.) 
S; ^S"'' '*'' ''"'■^ 

llaiilr, plndlJls'ttl . •, ' 
doiu. pli'ililli, tdj. mi-' 
lldH^^,'*pIil'dUa>il!i,| 
dnm-plVdllllll, •. prn-l 



ldaii,„r. I Pfnimnt , viu-nii 



' m. '' """''(J^tiifn. 
Ilpd, sh'nlltd, adj. ayo, 



labiliir .' pliiUulbll-dt, ^ 
ntblr, rh^VlrlU, >«J. 
ruiCT, pta^lrlol, 1. 



-»tion,p;iiD>lrl'9b3g, i. 
mliyV. pin-nJirlil., tii, 

»l7,'p)l>1ll'.lLli'n''f„';I: 

idIot; pl.Tn'.lil/ Mi. 
ot, ptn-nlllnl, idj. ptL 



, rf nnrlf 11 , plB'atlli , » 
I tanr netfnt. [iigritf Ppttr, 
iri-iinT-i?o.l, ^h-i>!plH, 

iF'nnj^wJ'igl.l, |ilii-»(¥ltii, 
\tem-^!/° fU-ThAz, , , 
PciuiTWOrtli , pli'iitiilrr*, 

I t^'iJ^^-"--^ 

p«.bi». ,f?ai, .*j. ».^„- 

Af •bmdamt, ipnuien, f. 
Fmuileiirii, pfa-rilala, i. wi- 

Fmiionnrr , nln-.hWrJ "iaj. 

'enl, p^dL, Bdl- f^rrmi. Hn-4, 
'mtuclioiii, plmikJiiM, ■. 
reDUgnn.pl'iil'lVln, •- (ejiiid,) 
PnTugunii', pinllr^ui'lf ^dj; 



mUUBch ,' p'lil^tlkr 



Ika, 



"lIpTpJo-^iufl' 

IB, pln;i.itn, t. m, 
nmllip, pii'iBJasbi; 



^oiiaicMfHi, ■. Iran, r. 
Pf^t«oott, pliL'uuat fl. Bfftfr- 
PeatreoiUf, ^htlk^^ MV. 

, phl'hIlH, i.u- 
ptmU, koBgar, m. 
Pentilc, pla'A],!. i.if. gnu>, 

' /•aiirt.t. [ujifima, I. 

Pmnlliiu, BtplJ'iJiil. t.pi. 
P«mltiiiu£a,plBlliliiiIi> iu. 

Fmiijbn, ptalaliit. •■ p^ 
\ eMie^i p*roimon(fHr;4t^il 
: f CDiuiomlr, ptnl'rtilil', id' 



PfOpI*. pJt-pi. t.p,„plr, 1 

reoiiU, pli'pl, T. i! pmpUr. 
repatllc, pipti-llb, idj. ;«y» 

'IT"' I pfpiif'. 
Pepper, ptp'pir, I. paiiirr, m 



fni|i»T, )4p'ph, 1. a. pchrrvi 

■eraiiTmtlire, ptrldila^lilie, 
■emgrale', pj^ljrile, i. n. 



latur, plilmbJil-ilc, 



mnyMj, p^(;^l(''.d<. 
PT^Te, plni/a-!T1!!?B^^ 
voir, «■»»>, voir, iJiTcsWir. 
Perceptibllitj-, pin);ilblJ-ll>, 

Percrptible , plnlp^lb], adj. 



>iri!r>l.3ii,.,, 



.J,_ji,,W,;,/ 



gfQX't pSi^K-i''^ 



I 



'illiinmr^ rlrilujr, ■. piitn- 



::! 



Filiriili^riili'i'MiT'ad^ iiI'M. 
fililuimnt, fii'iiAlitU, i. /li- 



Fultut, pllt'kli, t.ji*ii-lt, ■ 

rulnnir,Al)B--1k,K. Aniui 
Polpmir^f ■'mlk, Fol«iu 
al piHii'BllilJ, idj. p^ 



,™o«oi*; p) 



Faliiv^ ptlllli' 






ro\\Mi!r>Siti-', iii. polled- 

PajilK, )itj'11>b, t. /uH, m. pr. 
f uUtb.ptnlih, T. L >i ■- p>(ir. 



' rnlli'n, ptl'lln, 1. U plui iiU 

i pmtUu^ D. Cff'f^i ■ 

jPullrnEn-, atmiillr, ■. <r«r 

roiiw, iiii'&, •. .~u«ii /f. 

rolh!lr'ii.*!fti?riir>. "■"'"- " 

(irAiMol-Hiu-, r 
FulliritiitioB,p4utHltl'iti)i,i, 

ri^jn^ElDr, i^iltWr, a. im- 

rulitu, pln'ilb, •. apiia- 

FoiuWpUlll*'. 1' •- P^ll-rr, 

rolluliv, pIlLt'lIr, I. cairap^ 
roUulion, ptUI'iligB, >, dvlh- 



Paliihrr, all'fiiliitr, t. pilit- 

loiiU.rliaif.tii.ptU, sieil, 

roiite\j^itilr-}i,t*r. palimat. 
PolitolHt, pAllla'aft, E. poll' 

Polilic. plnMk, PaKtiuli 

ptni'M, .A. p«iiii^„r«u. 

roliticaily, pini'tklu), i4i. 

pBllllfMimtal I arlilTcJcun- 

PoIiticMlec, BllLtilldnlT, t. 
Folitidim, plUlllih-ig, i. />o- 
Pal!lSa!pll11i1ki, i. pL. pn/i'ii. 

Foli{uR,pji-l(lln, •.'ptli^- 
Polilx, pll'llll. 9. /orml i(> 
Poll, plU, 1. 7/II- 1' m'lr d> /HT- 



ToXjtntlJ, p^1|'|lmf, a. /ip^- 
PoItkIoI, pll'l(|l>l, adj. ^y- 

tvli'l«n.ttViitla.,.Bal-,mt, 



'OUUICP, HB'IU, ■. mmrt a 

*oiHad^ipiiDMB%i, ivmuHaJt.L 
Poman^r, pIiiih-& •. t*Ji 

lomiferaiii . pialrntli, •!(■ 

"j*«>ic, plnplrU, ^l;jf<» 

Jinprt, plK^fl. ■- (1-FJ 
>npina, pl^'Ula, ■. prtinm, 

Ponponi, ttmrib, ifj. ptim. 

r^o^'"p^=ptdi, ui. ' 
plw'plali. I. 




; ';r; 



rolUt<l,p>1-|lnl.I. ar*n /I A/, 



1. vAn /rA/j piilylliriwmp. B. 
(>>«ltMfO, B,< Po1)'lIl«lI, pll'Ul*(ill, h , 



: « oildflilP|ptD'4trli«aT,W— CI, 
fDid^roulr, ptnllrb-IO, •. 
Fondivniiu, ptB-dJrli^ 14. p*- 

riadrrotulT, »t»-^Kiul7^- 
Paiidpriiii.«H, M-'dU^s 
r. PoiiknallT. {w(. 

Ponnt, vl'llll. 111. ■coidu- 
Ponijo. pl>'(4, •. ^Hf*, a. 

Poiiiurd, pto-Tfrj, •. 1. p><|iw^ 
Ponk, pioik, •.falu. JUUii- 
Pontii»», pls-rtiji, ■.|iMi»n- 



POR 

m. embrasure, f. 
T orticOyplr'lhkKi a. portigue,m. 
Portion, p&r'shSn, s. portion, 

part, partie, f. 
Portion, p&r'shin. t. a. par- 

tager, diviaer; aoter, 
Portioner, pir'sh&nSr, s. ^«i 

portage. [.tionnaire, m. 

Portionist, plr'sbSn^st, a. por- 
Portland-stone,pirt'llnd8t&ne, 

a. vierre de liain, f. 
Portlast, p&rt'llst, s. (mar.) 

plat-bord, m, 
Portlid, pirt'm, a. (mar.) 

9ontre-8tibord , m. 
Portliness , p&rt'l^nSs, s. port 

majeatueux , air de gran- 

deuf, m. 
Portly , pirt'li , adj. tnaiet- 

tueuxi aun maintien noble. 
Portjnan, p&rt'mln, s. habitant 

tPune ville maritime . m. 
Portmanteau, pirtmin'ti, a. 

portemantean, m. valiae, f. 
Portinote, p&rt'm&te. s. cour 

qui se tient dans lea villea 

maritimea, t. [olat-bord, m. 
Portoise , pir'tts , s. (mar.) 
Portrait, pi r'trite, Portraiture, 

plr^trltAre, s. portrait, m. re- 
presentation, f. 
Portray, pir'lrl, t. a. f aire le 

portrait de, peindre. 
Portrayer, p&rtri'Sr, s. pein- 

tre, m. 
Portress, pir'trXs, s. portiere, f. 
Portrevp, pirt'rive, s. maire 

d'une ville maritime, m. 
Portsale , p&ri'sile , s. vente 

publique, f. encan, m^ 
Porwigle. pir'w^ggl, a. petit 

crapaua, m. 
Pory, pi'ri, t. Porous. 
Pose, pize, ▼. a. embarraaaer. 

/aire une objection ; mettre a. 

quia; interroger. 
Poser, p&'zSr, s. qui embar- 

rasae , qui interroge , exami- 

nateur , m.; choae embarraa^ 

a ante, f. 
Posited, pSz'z^lZd, a^. place', 

range , mis en ordre. 
Position, p&z^sh'2n, s. position, 

situation ; aaaertion, thise, f. 
Positional , p&z^sh'anll , adj. 

qui regarde la position. 
Positive, p6z'zit1v. adj. posi- 

tif , certain, absotu; obstine, 

enttte, opinidtre; aur , as- 
sure'; ~, s. poaiiif; petit buf- 
fet . m. 
Positively , p^z'zh^TlJ , adr. 

positivement , certainement ; 

absolument . 
Positiveness, p8z'zh'?vn?s, s. 

re'alite', f. ton decisif, entete- 

ment , m. 
Positure, pSz'zJtAre, s. posi- 
tion, situation, f. 
Posnet; p&s'nit, s. petit baaain, 



288 

poelon, m.; ecuelle , f. 

Posse, pSs'si, a. main -forte, 
milice, f. 

Possess, nSziis', t. a. poaa^der, 
jouir ae ; agiter , animer, 
transporter ; to - one's self of 
a thin^Ti <« rendre maitre de 
qch.; a emparer de qch.f to 

- one of (with) an opinion, 
preoccuper, qn. 

Possession, pSziSsh'Sn, a. poa- 
aeaaioH ; proprie'te';(.\ e'tat tPun 
poaaed^,m_.\ to get -of a thing, 
prendre poaaeaiion de qch.\ to 
give - of a thing, mettre en 
poaaeaaion de qch. 

Possession, pSzzSsh'Sn, t. a. 
mettre en poaaeaaion. 

Possessioner , pSzzSsh'SnSr , 
T. Possessor. {jioaaeaaif. 

Possessive, pSzzts'siT, adj. (gr.) 

Possessor, pSzzis'sSr, a. poa- 
aeaaeur, proprie'taire, m. 

Possessoiy, pizzis'sSri, a4J> 
poaaeaaoire. 

Posset, pia'sh, a. lait eailU 
avec un acide ou du vin, poa- 
aet, m. 

Posset, pSs'sIt, T. a, f aire cail- 
ler; f aire prendre ; ae tourner. 

Possibility, pSssibll'itl, s. poa- 
aibilite', t. 

Possible, fta'aVi], ai^.poaaibte. 

Possibly, pSs'sibli, adt. e» 
quelque maniire ; peut-etre. 

Post, pist, poate, f.; eourrier; 
poate , emploi; poteau, m.; 
knight of the -, faux temoin, 
m.{ penny-, s. petite poate, f.{ 
general -, s. grande poate , t.\ 
to ride-, courir en poate, cou- 
rir la poate \ to carry a -, «i»- 
porterun poate; -l>oy,8. eour- 
rier . poatillon, m. } - chaise, 
8. chaise de poste , t.\ - hack- 
ney, s. cheval de poate, m.\ 

- haste, s. train de poate, m.) 
viteaae extraordinaire , f.j — 
haaiQ,aAy. en poate,a la hate ; - 
horse, s. cheval de poate, che- 
val de relaia, m. { — house , s. 
bureau de poate, m.« — maiKS. 
facteur, m.; - mark, s. timbre 
de la poste, m.; - master, s. 
maitre de poste, m.} - master- 
general, s. directeur des poa- 
tea, m. ; - note, s. billet de 
btinque payable a ordre , m.j 

- office, s. bureau de la poate, 
m.\ - paid, adj. aj^anchi, 
franc de port ; -stage, s. po^- 
te , f. relais de poate, m. ; - 
town, s. ville oik il y a un bu- 
reau de poate, m. 

Post, pAst, v. a. et n. afjicher ou 
coller aur un poteau s placer, 
mettre; donner un emploi; 
transcrire; aller en poate, 
courir la poate ; to - off, a' en 
aller en poate; differeri to - 



P08 

wrong, conirepowri to - up 

bills, uiBttre dea a^Jichea. 
Postage, p&stl4Je, s. pwn da 

lettre, m. 
Postcommnnion , p&alkt«*il' 

niSn, 8. poatcommauU^u, f. 
Postdate, pist'dite. a. dai* p—- 

tdrieure, t. poaUaaUe, m. 
Postdate, p&8t'dit«, ▼. a. poat- 

dater. 
PostdilttTian , jplatdll^ltn, 

adj. apria U de'tuge. 
Poster, p6st'2r, s. courrUr, m. 

qui voyage en poate. 
Posterior, pSstl'rilr, a^J. poa- 

te'rieur. 
Posteriority^ pSstlriSr'IU, s. 

poat/riorite, f. 
Posteriors, pSstl'rllri, ».jlL 

poate'rieur;.derriir0g a. 
Posterity. p&stlr'Jtl^-s. pott^ 

ritd, f. aeaeeMdantSp m. pi. 
Postern, pls'tSro, a. (Aht.)^*- 

terne, f . 
Fostexistence, p&stlgsVtliue, 

8. exiatence juture, f. 
Postilx, p&8t'f?k8. a. ttfUmbe 

poatpoaitive, f. i^j[fixe, m. 
Postfix, p&st'flks, r. a. mjouter 

une ayllabe. 
Posthiunous, pSainiinSs, adj. 

poathume; -child, a. a^fmnt 

paathume, m. 
Postil, pSs'tfl^.a. apottilU.t. 
Postil. pS^'tll, T. a. upoaUiUr. 
Postiller, p8st1l'lftr,A>eomiMi»- 

tateur, m. ZtilioH, n. 

Postillion^ pSsttl'Jrb, s. j»oa- 
Postliuiiniar, p&alAmMlBTlr, 

Postliininioiu , ^pMtAauali' 

188, adj. fait ou immgimduprit. 
Postmeridian, pSqtmlna'Ua, 

adj. apria midf, 
Postnate, pisfntte, a^l* f** 

vient aprea. 
Postpone, piatp&ae', T.a. ramaf- 

tre, diffirer ; eatimer moiM. 
Postponement, poatp&ne'mkt, 

8. ajourn^fnent, B. reHuatf f. 
Postpose, p&8tp&ze',T.Po8tpnia. 
Postposure , p&atp&'zliAre , «. 

ajoumement. ddlai, m. 
Postscript, pist'aki^tySf pMt- 

acriptum, m. Ztulamtf n. 

Postulant, pSs'tshilint, s. /n>#- 
Postulate, pSa'tshillta , t. a. 

demander, poatuler. 
Postulate, p88't8hilh& Poitn- 

lation, pSstahAli'ahcn , a. if^ 

mande, aaaertiont aupp^ai' 

tion, t. Zauppoad, 

Postulatory, pfts'UhAltl«r»,ii4j. 
Postulatiun, pSstshill'tloij a. 

postulat, m. 
Posture, pSs'tshlre, a. potUut, 

aituation, f. 
Posture, pSs'tsh&re , T. a. maf- 

tre dana une eertaine poatmra. 
Posture-master, pfta'tsltArMBis 

tir, mattrt de mminiiem, Im^ 



•mn. 



rff'; 






]!lk,'>. 



POR 

m. embrasure , f. 
Portico, pSr't^k^, s. portique,m. 
Portion, p&r'shSn, s. portion, 

part, par tie , f. 
Portion, pir'shSn. ▼. a. par- 

tager, diviaer ; aoter. 
Portioner, pir'sfaftoSr, a, qui 

portage. Ztionnaire, m. 

Portionist, p&r'shSn^st, s. por- 
Fort]and-8tone,pirnliid8t&ne, 

8. pierre de tiais, t. 
Portlast, p&rt'lUt, s. (mar.) 

plat-bord, m. 
Portlid, pirt'Jld, s. (mar.) 

contre-gaoord , m. 
Portliness , pirl'linJs, s. port 

majettueux , air de gran- 
deur, m. 
Portly, pirt'll , ady. maiea- 

tueux ; aun maintien noble. 
Fortinan, p&rt'mln, s. habitant 

d'une ville maritime , m. 
Portmanteau, p&rtmln'ti, s. 

portemanteau, m. valise, f. 
Portinote, phrt'mhte. a. cour 

qui ae tient dans lea villea 

maritimea, f. [olat-bord, m. 
Portoise , pir'tis , s. (mar.) 
Portrait, pi r'trlte, Portraiture, 

plr'trltdre, s. portrait, m. re- 

pre'aentation , f. 
Portray, pir'lri, t. a. /aire le 

portrait de , peindre. 
Portrayer, p&rtri'Sr, s. pein- 

tre, m. 
Portress, pir'trZs, s. portiere, f. 
Portreve, pirl'rive, s. maire 

d'une ville maritime, m. 
Fortsale , p&rl'slle , s. vente 

publique, f. encan, m« 
Porwigle, pir'w^ggl, s. petit 

crapaud, m. 
Pory, pi'ri, s. Porous. 
Pose, p&ze, V. a. embarraaaer. 

/aire une objection ; mettre a 

quia ; interroger. 
Poser, p&'zSr, s. qui embar- 

raaae , qui interroge, exami- 

nateur , m.{ choae embarraa- 

aante, f. 
Posited, pSz'z^lSd, h^. place, 

range , mia en ordre. 
Position, p&z?sh'2n, s. poaition, 

situation ; aaaertion, thkse, f. 
Positional , p&zlsh'flnll , adj. 

qui regarde la position. 
Positive, pSz'zirtv. adj. poai- 

tif , certain, abaolu; obatine, 

entcte, opiniatre; aur , 'as- 
sure' ; -, 5. posit if ; petit buf- 
fet , m. 
Positively , pgz'zltHli , adT. 

positivement , certainement ; 

absolument. 
Positiyeness , p8z'zkHn?s, s. 

re'alite, f. ton decis\f, entete- 

ment , m. 
Positnre^ pSz'zitAre, s. posi- 
tion, situation, f. 
Posnet; p6s'&2t, s. petit baaain, 



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potion, m.i e'cuelle , f. 

Posse, pSs'si, 8. main -forte, 
milice, f. 

Possess, pdzz2s% ▼. a. poaaeder, 
jouir ae ; agiter , animer, 
tranaporter; to - one's self of 
a thing, ae rendre maltre de 
qch.t a emparer de ^ch.; to 

- one of (with) an opinion, 
preoccuper, qn. • 

Possession, pftzzish'in , s. poa- 
aeaaion ; propriete,{.\ e'tat a'un 
poaa^di, m.\ to get- of a thing, 
prendre poaaeaaion de qch.\ to 
give - of a thing, mettre en 
poaaeaaion de qcn. 

Possession, pSzzish'Sn, t. a. 
mettre en poaaeaaion. 

Pbssessionet , p8zz2sh'2nSr , 
T. Possessor. [poaaeasif. 

Possessive, pSzzls'slv, adj. (gr.) 

Possessor, pSzzSs'sSr, s. poa- 
aeaaeur, proprietaire, m. 

Possessory, pSzzSs'sSri, adj. 
poaaeaaoire. 

Posset, pSs'sIt, 8. lait cailU 
avec un acide ou du vin, poa- 
aet, m. 

Posset, pSs'sIt, T. affaire cail- 
lerif aire prendre ; ae tourner. 

Possibility, ptssllAl'ltlfS. poa- 
aibilite, f. 

Possible, pSs's^bl, adj. poaaibte. 

Possibly, pSs'sibU, adv. eu 
quelque maniire ; peut-etre. 

Po«t, pist, poate, f.} courrien 
poate , emploi; poteau^ m.; 
knight of the - , faux temoin, 
m.{ penny-, s. petite poate, f.; 
general -, s. grande poate , f.; 
to ride-, courir en poate, cou- 
rir la posts ; to carry a -, emr- 
porter un posts; -boy, s. cour- 
rier, postilion, m. j - chaise, 
8. chaise de posts, f.; - hack- 
ney, s. cheval de poste, m.{ 

- haste, 8. train de poste, m.\ 
vitesse extraordinaire , {.; - 
histe,hAf.enposte,alahnte; - 
horse, s. cheval de poste, che- 
val de relais, m. ; — honse , s. 
bureau de poste, m.; - man, s. 
facteur, m.; - mark, s. timbre 
de la poste, m.; - master, s. 
maitre de poste, m.{ - master- 
general, 8. directeur des pos- 
tes, m. ; - note, s. billet de 
bbnque payable a ordre, m.; 

- ofnce, s. bureau de la poste, 
m.i - paid, adj. affiranchi, 
franc ae port ; -stage, s. poa- 
te , f. relaia de poate, m.; - 
town, 8. ville oH il y a un bu- 
reau de poste, m. 

Post, pist, V. a. et n. afficher ou 
■ coller sur un poteau ; placer, 
mettre; donner un emploi; 
transcrire; aller en poste, 
courir la poste ; to - off, s'en 
aller en poate; diff&er; to - 



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wrong, contrepoaer; to - up 

bills, mettre dea affichea. 
Postage, p&sf^^je, s. port de 

lettre, m. 
Postcouununion, p&atk8ivnl' 

ni2n, 8. postcommunion, t. 
Postdate, pist'dlte. s. date pes- 
ter ieure, f. post-date, m. 
Postdate, p&st'dJite, t. a. poat- 

dater. 
Postdiluvian , plstdlli'T^tn, 

adj. apria le deluge. 
Poster, p&st'2r, s. courrier, m. 

qui voyage en poate. 
Posterior, pSst^'r^Sr, a4J* po*" 

terieur. ^ 
Posteriority^ pSstJrtSr'itl, s. 

post/riorite, f. 
Posteriors, pSst^'rl&n, s. pi. 

posterieur ;. derriirtf n. 
Posterity. pftatSr'h^,- 8. poatd- 

rite', f. descendant*, m. pi. 
Postern, pis'tfirn^ s. (fdrt.) po- 

terne,^ f . 
Fostexistence, pSstlgzla'tlnsey 

s. existence future^ f. 
Postfix, p&st'flks,. 8. tifllmhe 

poatpoaitive, f. affixe, m. 
Fostnx, p&st'flks, T. a. ajouter 

une ayllabe. 
Posthtunous , pSslHilaiSa , a4i. 

posthume; - child « 8. e^ant 

posthume, m. 
Postil, pSs't^l^.s. apoatille.t. 
Postil, pSs'tll, T. a. apoatiOer. 
Postiller, p8st1n%r,-iL eonunen' 

tateur, m. ZiiUon, n. 

Postilli9n, pSstll'ySa, a. po$- 
Fostliminiar, p&atllmmfn^tr, 

Postliminious , plstllsBiH' 

Ids, adj. fait ou vnaginiuprit* 
Postmeridian, jpSstmMd'lla, 

adj. apris midt. 
Postnate, p&sfnlte, adiJ. qui 

vient aprea. 
Postpone^ piatplne', T.a. remet- 

tre, diffirer ; ealimer motM. 
Postponement, pistp&ne'ntat, 

8. ajournehient, m. remiae, t. 
Postpose, p&8tp&ze',T.Po8tpOBe. 
Fostposure , posto&'ihlre , s. 

ajournement, deCai, m. 
Postscript, pist'skrfpt, 8, poat- 

acriptum, m. Itulani, m. 

Postulant, pSs'tshlllnt, s. poa^ < 
Postulate, pSs'tshilite, t. a. 

demander, jpoatuler. 
Postulate, pSs'tshAUte. Fostu- 

lation , pSstshili'ahftn , s. d*- 

mande, aaaertiont supposi- 
tion, f. ^uppoa^, 
Postulatory, pfta^UbilllSrl^dJ. 
Postulatum, pSstshili'tioi, a. 

postulat, m. 
Posture, pSs'tshire, s. pottmre, 

situation, f. 
Posture, pSs'lshire, t. a.mcf> 

tre dans une eerlaine posture, 
Fostujre-master, pSa'tfl^Artaia 

t&r, mattrt de maintien ^ i«- 



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Fracticablenes8,prlk'Uklblnis, 
s. qualite de ce qui eat prati- 
cable, f. 

Practicably, prlk'tJklbl*. adv. 
(Tune maniere praticable. 

Practical, prSk'tikil, adj. pra- 
tique, poailif, expert. 

Practically, prSk'tAkllll , adt. 
en pratique, reellement. 

Prficticnlness, pr4k'tJk8ln?s, s. 
etat de ce qui tient de la pra- 
tique, m. 

Practice, prik'tis, s. pratique, 
habilete', experience ,• cou- 
tume, habitude; methode, f.; 
practices, pi. pratiques, intri- 
gues, f. pi. 

Practise , prlk'tls , t. a. et n. 
pratiquer, exercer (une pro- 
fession); s'exercer, se perfec- 
tionner, s^accoutumer, ne'go- 
cier , avoir affaire, user de 
stratagemes ; to - a trade, 
exercer tin metier ; to - piiy- 
sic, exercer la medecine. 

Practised, prtk't=}s'd, adj. verse, 
habitue, expert. 

Practiser, prllk'llsSr, s. qui pra- 
tique ; medecin, m. 

Practitioner, prtkl^sh'SoXr, s. 
praticien, m. 

Praecognita, prikSg'nht, s. pi. 
choses connues d'avance, f.pl. 

Pragmatic , pr^gmti'tk. Prag- 
matical , prtgmk'IkSl , adj. 
importun, brouillon, imperti- 
nent ; pragmatic sanction, s. 
pragmatique sanction, f. 

Pragmatically. prtgmSt'lktlll , 
adv. en brouillon, impertinam- 
ment. 

Pragmatist , prlg'mitlst , s. 
homme impertinent, importun, 

Prairy, prl'ri, s. prairie, f. [m. 

Praise, prize, s. louange,\. eloge, 
m.\ in - of, a la louange de. 

Praise, prize, y. a. louerj glo- 
rifier, ce'le'brer. 

Praiiser, pri'z8r, a. qui hue, 
admirateur^ m. 

PraiseivortUiness^ prizeVSr 
TH^n^SjS. qualite d' etre digne 
de louange, f. 

Praiseworthy, prlze'wSrTH*, 
adj. louable, digne de lou- 
ange. 

Prame, prime, s. pr'ame, f. 

Prance, prXnse, t. n. ae cabrer, 
faire des bonds, bondir ; a*a- 
vancer fierement, se pavaner. 

Praiicer, prSn'sSr, s. cheval de 
parade, m. 

Prank, prlngk, s. extravagance, 
f. tour, m. malice, niche ; gam- 
bade, f. Lner, decorer. 

Prank, prtngk, v. a. parer, or- 

Pranker, prlng'kSr , s. qui a'ha- 
hille ttvec oatentation. 

Prate, prite, a. caquet, habil. 



havardage, m. [,caqueter. 

Prate, prlte, t. n. causer, jaaer. 
Prater, pri'tSr, s. causeur, ja- 

aeur, m. [.vardaee, m. 

Prating, prl'l^ng, s. babtl, ba- 
Pratingly, prl't^ngli, adr. en 

babillard. 
Pratiqne, prSt'tiJk, 9.^>ermis- 

aion de ne'gocier, pratique, f. 
Prattle, prit'tl, t. Prate. 
Prattler, prlt'tl8r, v. Prater. 
Pravity, prlv'Jti, s. deprava- 
tion, corruption, inalignite', 

me'chancete', f. 
Prawn, priwn, s. crevette, f. 
Praxis, prlk's^s, s. pratique, f. 

exercice, exemple, m. 
Pray, pri, v. a. prier, faire sa 

priere, supplier; demander; 

to - to God, prier Dieu. 
Prayer, pri'Sr, s. priere, peti- 
tion, demande, f.; lord's -, s. 

oraison dominicale, f.; -book, 

s. livre de prieres, m. 
Prayerful, prA'SrfSl, adj. parte' 

a la priere, de'vot. 
Prayingly, pri'lnglJ, adr. en 

p riant. 
Preach, pr J tsh, s. predication, f. 
Preach, pritsh, v. a. et n. pre- 

cher, haranguer, publier; to 

- up, proner. 
Preacher, pritsh'Sr, s. prddica- 

teur; precheur, m. 
Preacliership, pritsh'Xrsb^p, s. 

office d'un pre'dicateur, m. 
Preaching, prJtsh'^ng, s. ser- 
mon, m. predication, it. 
Preachment, prksh'mSnt, s. 

sermon, m. 
Preacquaintance^ prllkkwln' 

ttnse, s. connaiasance ante- 

rieure, t. 
Preadamites, prild'imltes, s.pl. 

pre'adamiles , m. pi. 
Preadmonish,pr^idmSn'^sb, t. 

a. avertir d'avance. 
Preadmonition , pr jtdm&n^sh' 

2n , s. averlissement , prea- 

lable, m. 
Preamble, pr^'tmbl, s. pre'am- 

bule, avant-propos, m. 
Preambulary, pr^tm'bAlif}, adj. 

d* introduction. 
Preambulatory,prilm'bAllt2ri, 

adj. qui precede. 
Preapprehension, prJlpprJh?n' 

shSiv, a. prejuge, m. 
Prease, pr^ze, a. prease, foule, f. 
Prease, prize, t. a. presser, fou- 
ler, [f.; chanoine, m. 
Prebend, pr?b'end,s. pre'bende. 
Prebendary, pr?b'8nd2ri , s. 

8. pr6bende, m. 
Prebendaryship , prJb'bXndlrJ 

ship, s. canonicat, m. 
Precarious , prikl'rMs , adj. 

pre'caire, caauel, incertain. 
Precariously, prikl'rWslI, adt. 



precairement. 

Precariousness , prikWIlUois, 
8. e'tat pre'caire, m. incerti- 
tude, {. 

Precatire, prl'kWV, Preca- 
tory, prJ'kiiSri, adj. en forme 
de priere. 

Frecaution,prikiw'shSo, s. pre^ 
caution, prudence, f.; to ase 
precautions, user dea precau- 
tions. 

Precaution, prikiw'shSn, t. a. 
prevenir , avertir d*avance. 

Precautionary, priklw'«hSiilri, 
SiA}. de precaution. 

Precedaneous , priMldl'ai&s, 
adj. precedent, antecedent. 

Precede, preside', t. a. price- 
der, devancer, 

PrecedencCj prJslMtnsto, Pre- 
cedency, pris^'dSns^, s. pre- 
aeance, t.paa, m.; aupirioriie, 
f.; to give the precedence to 
one, ceder le pas tk qn. 

Precedent, prJsi'dSnt, a^l* P***'- 
ce'dent, antecedent. 

Precedent, pr2s'idSnt, •. mo- 
dhle^ exemple, m. rhgle de 
conauite, f.; —book, a. proto- 
cole, m. 

Precedented, pris'idlntSd, adj. 
dont il y a eu dea -exemplea. 

Precedently, prisi'd^tll, adv. 
precedemment, •auparavant. 

Precelleuce, pr^sSl'lSase, t. Ex- 
cellence. 

Precentor, prisin'tSr, a. pre- 
centeur, pre'chttnteur, m. 

Precept, pri'sipt, s. precepte, 
m. rhgle, f. 

Precejjtive, prislp'tly, a4J« eon- 
tenant dea prdceptetf ituimo- 
tif. leepteur, m. 

Preceptor, prJsip'tSr, s. pre- 

PreceptoriA],pr28lpt&'r4ll, adj. 

de pre'cepteur. 
Preceptory, prSs'tptirl, adj. 

preceptoral; -, 8. prdceptitnU, 

seminaire, m. 
Precessi on, prIsish'Sn, •. metion 

de pre'cetier; (asUr^ pricts- 

sion, f. 
Precint, pri'slngkt* a. bsrme, 

limit e, f.; precincts, s. pU /i- 

mites, f. pi. ' Ccionsness. 

Preciosity, prishJ Js'slli, f.Pre- 
Precions, prish'Ss, adj. pr^ 

cieux. lciem$emvat. 

Preciously, prish'itsl^, adT..^*r»* 
Preciousness . pr3sh'i8n|a« s« 

prix,m. valeur, f. 
Precipice,, pr^s'slp^s, s. pr^l- 

pice , gouffre, m. 
Precipitance,' pr^sWpltlnBe, 

Prcci^iitanc;^, prisTp'pltltts^t 

8. precipitation, f. grand cm- 

pressement, m. 
Precipitant, prUlp'phtaL a4j« 

»e pre'cipitanif precipikf, am- 



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presae; — , s. (chim.) precipi- 
tant, m. 
Precipitantly, prJs'ip'pJtlnllJ, 

adr. avec precipitation ; a la 

hate. 
Precipitate, prJslp'pJtlte, t. a. 

et n. pre'cipifer ; accelerer, ae 

hater; se pre'ciuiler ; (chim.) 

tomber au fond. 
Precipitate, prislp'pJtlto, adj. 

precipiie , trop emprettse' ; 

violent; -, ». (chim.) pre'- 

eipite, m. 
Precipitately, pris^p'pitAteli, 

adt. (vvec pre'cipitation. 
Precipitation, prislpplti'shSn, 

B.jjrecipifation; trop grande 

hate ,^ f. 
Precipitator, prls^pplii'tSr, s. 

qu\ precipite; qui hale. 
Precipitous, pr^slp'pkSs, adj. 

pr^ipite , violent , rapide, 

aoudain ; temeraire. 
Precipitoirsly , pr^slp'phSsli, 

adT. precipitamment . 
Precipitowisness , pr^slp'pitHs 

nJs , s. precipitation, f. 
Precise, prislse', adj. precis, 

exact ; recherche , acrupu- 

leux. 
Precisely, prJslse'Ii , adv. pre- 

ciae'nwnt , exacteinent ; acru- 

puleuaement. 
Preciseness , prJ.slse'n?s , Pre- 
cision, pr^sish'nn, s. pre'ci- 

aion; exactitude; formalite', 

f.j air precieux, m. 
Precisian, pr^z^sh'^Sn, s. acru- 

puleux, rigoriate. m. 
Precisianism, prJsizb'ISn^zm, 

8. rigoriame. m. [.sion, f. 

Precision, prislzh'Hn, s. preci~ 
Precisive, pr^sl's'tv, adj. pre- 

cia. exact, determine'. 
Preclude, pr^klAde', v. a. ex- 

dure, empecher. 
Preclusion, pr^klA'shSo, s. ex- 
clusion, f.; ewpechement, m. 
Preclusive , priklA'slv , adj. 

qui empeche. 
Precocious , prJk&'shSs , adj. 

precoce , premature. 
Precociousness, priki'sh8sn?s. 

Precocity, prikis'iii, s. ;ure- 

cocite , maturite' pre'coce, f. 
Precogitate, prikdd'jiiite, v. a. 

prtfme'diter, examiner. 
Precogitation, pr^k^dj^tl'shSn, 

S. pre'meditation, f. 
Precognition , pr^kSgnlsh'Sn^ 

8. prescience, t. 
Preconceit , pr^kSoske', s. 

prejuge, m. opinion adopter f. 
Preconceive, prikSnsive', v. a. 

concevoir anterieurement , 

iinaginer d^avance. 
Preconception^u^^kl^Dsip'sliSii, 

8. prejuge', m. 
Preconcert, prtkSnsirt', t. a. 

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Preconization, prik&aJzli'shSn, 

8. pre'conisation , proclama- 
tion, f. 
Preconize , pr^k8n!ze', t. a. 

preconi»er , declarer. 
Preconstitute, pr^kSn'slilile, 

y. a. constituer d^avance. 
Precontract, prikSn'trlkt, s. 

contrat atiterieur, m. 
Precontract, pr^kSntrikl', v. a. 

contracter d'avance. 
Preciirse, prikSrse', s. avant- 

coureur, m. 
Precursor, prikSr'sSr, s. pr^- 

curseur, avant-coureur, in. 
Precursory, prik8r's8r^ , adj. 

precurseur, qui precede. 
Predaceous , pridi'shiis , adj. 

de proie. " 

Predal , prJ'dil , .Predatory, 

pr2d'Jti?r^, adj. rapace , vo- 

race ; pillard. ipre'de'ce'der. 
Predecease, pr^disise', t, n. 
Predecessor, pr^disis'sSr , s, 

pre'de'cesseur, devancier, m. 
Predesign. pridislne', v. a. de'- 

aisner aavance ; pre'deter- 

miner.^ 
Predestinarian , prJd^stiol' 

riSn, Sj predeatinatien, m. 
Predestinate, pr4d2s'Unkej, v. 

a. predeatiner. 
Predestination , prJdZst^ni' 

skltn, s^re'deatinatioH, f. 
Predestinator , pr^dis't^nitSr, 

T. Predestinarian, [destinate. 
Predestine, pridiSs'lln, v. Pre- 
Predetenninate , pr^dhSr'm^ 

nite , adj. de'termine d'a- 
vance. 
Predetermination, pi^2dlt2rni} 

nl'shSn, s.pre'de'termittation, f. 
Predetermine, pridit^r'm^n. v. 

a. predeterminer, arriter tta- 

vance. 
Predial, prJ'dilJ, adj. predial. 
Predicability ,^ prXdifclbll'iti, 

adl.qualite'd' el re pre'dicab le, f . 
Predicable , prid'^kibl , adj. 

pre'dicable. 
Predicament, pridlk'imSnt, s.' 

(log.) predicament, m. con- 
dition, f. 
Predicant , prSd'diklnt , s. 

qui afjinne qch.; predica- 

teur, oi. {attrihut, oi. 

Predicate, pr2d'dJkite, s. (log.) 
Predicate, prSd'd^kite, v. a. 

affirmer ; annoncer, publier; 

precher. [.affirmation, f. 

Predication, pr?ddJki'sbiin, s. 
Predicatory , pr2d'd4k4t8ri , 

iA\.affirmatif. . 
Predictj prid^kt', t. a. pre'dire, 

prdnoaliquer. 
Prediction , prJdIk'shSn , s. 

prediction, f. prqnostic, m. 
Predictive , pr*d1k^ilT , adj. 

prophetique. ' \phkle, p. 
Predictor , prid^k'tir, a. pro- 



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Predigestion , pr^d^jSs'Ubfln, 

8. digeation qui ae fait trop 

vile , f._ 
Predilection, prJdJlSk'shiin, s. 

pre'ditection, partiaJite, t. 
Predispose, pridlspize'. v. a. 

di.ipoaer d'avanccf preparer. 
Predisposition, pr^d^spiz^sh' 

8n, 8. prediapoailion , f. 
Predominance , pr^dSm'mi 

ninse, Predominancy, pri 

dSm'm^ntnsi., s. predomina- 
tion, aupe'riorite, f. 
Predominant, pr^ddrn'minint, 

adj. pre'dominant , pre'valant. 
Predominate, prld^m'mlnite, 

T. n. pre'dominer, pre'valoir; 
Predomination, pr^d^mmini' 

shSn, 3. predomination, t. 
Pre-elpct, priilXkt', v. a. ^lire 

d'avance. 
Pre -ejection, pr^Jl^k'shSn, s. 

election faite d'avance , t. 
Pre-eminence, pr^^rn'm^nlose, 

8. pre'eminence ; prdaeance, U 
Fre-eininent,pr}im'm^D2nt,adj. 

preeminent, aupe'rieur. 
Pre-emption , pr JSmp'shSn , s. 

droit d'acheter avant un au- 
tre, m. pre'emption, f. 
Preen, preJn, v. a. faire. set 

plumea. 
Pre-engage, prl^ngldja', t. a. 

engager d avance, 
Pre-engageme'nt , prJ^agldje' 

m^nt , 8. engagement anie- 

rieur, m. 
Pre-establish, prUstlbMlsh, t. 

a. iftablir par avance. 
Pre-establishment ,. prUstlb' 

liahmSnt, s. e'tabliaaement'fait 

par avance, va. • ' ' 
Pre-examination , prUczlml 

nVshOD , 8. examen pr^alaJble, 

m. [a. examiner d'avance. 
Pre-examine, prJigz'tm^o, v. 
Pre-exist, prJegz^sl', v. a. pre- 

exiater. [s. pre'exintence, f. 
Pre-existence , priSgilst'^nse, 
Pre-existent , pri(fgr1sl'2iit ,. 

adj. preexiatant. 
Preface, prXf'fls, s. preface, f. 

avant-propoa, m. 
Preface, DrSffls, ▼. a. faire 

une pr4f'*c^' preluder, com- 

mencer; recouvrir. 
Prefacer, pr2r'fiss2r, a. muteur 

d'une pr^ace, m. 
Prefatory, prBfrttiri , adj. 

pretinUaa ire. 
Prefect, pri'rtkt, a. prifet, 

gouverneur, na. 
Prefecture, prSf'ftktshlre , s." 

prefecture^ tj, gouverntment, 

m. 
Prefer, prlflr', t. a. pr^firer, 

domurlm nrifirH^ce ; SUver^ 

pomfsepf lo > a Uw, proposer 

IMC ioi, , {Br4f4rahle. 

Preferable , prirnrfbl^ alU* 

19* 



t 



g,S?l: 

i-illIsUblp, 



!■«: 






rKirififitioit, pci>i 






Mblrpprdi-. 



prwomptifj prv'ao, 



iJT'Sn^P^'-ip' 

•.M, f.) <r»<fV, 1 
rmnpiH);.-.!, prt.lj 

primppBtrr. 



PrelrnilKl, niiilnd'td, •d], ei 
p»l. iinVrHdi. r /'in', iwln'i^. 



'>r,!';"}>" 



prtltn'dlngll , 



., , ^Ttlh'Ml.,.. r. ~- 

tvtniinpntnt, jiii'iltiaph' 

rtti, idj.Mgr.) II •-■■' 

Frrtmic, pii-t^r! 
FratRtilvnm, ptt'lMlits.Pnw 

tRiltOB.pdltrTlll'itll, 1. ^r£. 

Prrtprlnui^prMillpi'il-, idj! 
PreD^lfiliil, r'lt'<>'l>]. xlj- 

cenlrt U bi, itlitnl. 
rrFlPrinliiiOQ, prltlrmlib'lB. 

FHtctnnlurii], p^dltnll'rtlrll, 



prlliFDlfihlrlin)], >. ,ur,u^ 
Frctfriorfecl , prill iplr'rllil^ 

Prflrriiliiperfect, ptiltcpll'pir 

B. ™«! dfftiU'i!'" '' 

rretorml, prJll'rJlL.Frf toriso, 
prill'rdn, adj. /HVUrin, di 

l*nlonb ti), ^i'ttnblp, ■. Sar- 

Prrtiinpia, pr1filii)i, •: nii- 
fieur, prii-i), •<). •■ •di.>'i. 



rrhi?lmM,'llj.pr*- 



■rcTnlpiillr, prli^llt«]l, idi. 
^evnriciiM, ^Mr^lklu, t.t. 
ftKvimcntipn, prlilirllEt'A)!, 

"' J ,"*&■. rmpMrr. 

FreTPDbiblp, prIilBl'lM, idj, 
'revenfCT, prfvlBL'h, f, fiii 

FmmtiTCj'rrtitDtl*, adj! 



rM^oni, pri-lJll, I4|. |>Rh- 

FnTiooilr, ptl^Ul, i*T. 
priaUUcmtKt. buhMuil^C 

pr^&aon , F.) bin of-, I. oi- 



PRO 

Frosemination , prisSmminL' 

shSn, s. generation par ae- 

mence, f. 
Proser, pri'z8r, a. proneur, m. 
Frosooiacal, prSs&dl'lkll, adj. 

proaoditfue, ae la pronoaie. 
Frosodical, pr&s&'dikll, adj. 

proeodique. 
Froso dy, prds'id J, s.proaodie, f . 
Prosopopoeia, prisSpApi'yt, s. 

(rh6t.) proaopopee, f. 
Prospect, pr8s'p2kt, s. perapec- 

tive; vue, f. aapect; avenir, 

m. ider en avant. 

ProspectjprSs'pXkt, v. a. regar- 
Prospection, pr&spSk'shSn , s. 

prevoyance, f. 
Prospective, prispXk'lW, adj. 

prevoyant ; —glass, s. lunette 

tTapproche, f. [jjectua, m. 

Prospectus, prispXk'tSs, s. proa- 
Frosper , prSs'pSr, t. a. et n. 

Jaire proaperer , favoriaer ; 

proaperer, re'uaair. 
Prosperity, prdspir'itl, s. proa- 

perite, f. auccea, bonheur, m. 
Prosperous, prSs'p8r8s, adj. 

pfoapere, propice, heitreux. 
Prosperously, pr8s'pSrSisll,adT. 

heureuaement. 
Prosperousness, pr&s'pSrSsn^s, 

T. Prosperity. 
Prospicience, pr&sp^sh'iSnse, s. 

prevoyance, f. 

Prostasis, prSs'tts^s, s. proa- 

taae, aup^riorile, f. 
Prostemation , prSstSrnl'shSn, 

8. ahattement, decouragement, 

m. 
Prostitute^prSs'thAte.adj. proa- 

titue, infame; -,s .proatitue'e, f . 
Prostitute, prfts'titAte, ▼. a. 

proatiluer ; avilir. 
Prostitution, prSsthi'shSD, s. 

proalitution, f. 
Prostitutor, prSs'tititSr, s. tjui 

proatitue, ijui ae proatitue. 
Prostrate. prSs'trlt, adj. proa- 
tern^, aoattu. 
Prostrate, prSs'trlte, t. a. ren- 

veraer, abattre; to — one's 

self, ae proaterner. 
Prostration, prdstri'shSn , s. 

proaternement, m. proaterna- 

tion, f. [m. 

Prostyle, pr^ 'stile, s. proatyle, 
Protasis, pri'tls^s, s. protaae, 

propoaition. maxime, t. 
Protatic, pr&tlflk, adj. mia en 

avant, protatitfue. 
Protect, pritlkt', v. i.prot^ger ; 

defendre , mettre a couvert, 

gar ant ir. 
Protection, prit2k'sh8n, s. pro- 
tection , defenae, f. aecoura ; 

paaae-port, aauf-conduit, m.; 

to take ODe into -, prendre ijn. 

aoua aa protection. 
Protective, prillk'tU, adj. qui 



300 

protege, protecteur. 

Protector, pritJk'tSr, s. pro- 
tecteur; a^enaeur , m. 

Protectorate, prJtSk'tirlte, 
Protectorship , pr&tik't&r 
sh^p, s. protectorat, m. 

Protegee, pr&tij4i', s. prot^gd, 
favori, m. [tectrice, t. 

Protectress, pr&tlk'trls, s. pro- 

Protend , pr&t2nd% t. a. etendre. 

Protervity, prit^r'viti, s. inao- 
lence, petulance, f. 

Protest, prSt'tSst, s. proteata- 
tion, f. protet, m. 

Protest, prSttSst', v. a. et n. pro- 
tea ter, declarer ; atteater, 
prendre <i t/moin. 

Protestant, prSt'tisttnt , adj. 
proteatant ; - , s. proteatant, 
lutherien,^ m. 

Protestantism, pr8t't2sttnt1zm, 
s. proteatantiame, m. 

Protestation, prSttSstlL'shSn, s. 
proteatation, f. 

Protester, prit?s't8r, s. qui pro- 
teate contre, oppoaant, m. 

Prothonotarisliip , prhthtn'h 
tlr^sh^p, 8. protonotariat, m. 

Protlionotary, pr&M8n'&ttr},-8. 
protonotaire, m. minute, f. 

Protocol, pri'tikSl, s. proto- 
'cole ; formulaire, m. 

Protomartyr, pritAmSr'tSr, s. 
prolomartyr, m. 

Protoplast, pr&'t&pltst, s. ori- 
ginal, modile, m. 

Prototype, pr&'t&tipe, %. proto- 
type, m. \jdive , t. 

Protract, pr&trlkt',s. dure'e tar- 

Pro tract, pritrikt', v. a. pro- 
longer, diffirer, retarder. 

Protracter, prAtrtk'tSr, s. qui 
prolonge; rapporteur, m. 

Protraction, pr&trlk'sh2n^ s. 
prorogation, tongue duree, f. 

Protractive, pritrlk'tlv, adj. 
qui retarde, dilatoire. 

Protreptical, pritrBo'likll, a^j. 
qui tend a perauader. 

Protrude, pritr83d', t. a. et n. 
pouaaer en avant ; a'avancer 
vera; a* etendre. 

Protrusion, pr&tr32'shSn, a. 
bombement; choc, in. 

Protrusive, prAtr88'8?T, adj. 
qui avance. 

Protuberance, pr&ti'b2rlnse, s. 
protuberance, tutneur, f. 

Protuberant, prk&'bSrtnt, a4j. 
pro eminent , enfle. 

Frotuberate,pr&ti\'birhe, ▼. n. 
a'enjler, etre enfle. 

Frotiiberation, pr&t&b%rlL'shSn, 
s. action de a*enfler, f. 

Pro tuberous , pr&t&'birSs , t. 
Protaberant. 

Proud, priftd, adj. orgueilleux, 
fier, altier, pompeux ; (cbass.) 
fougueux ; arrogant , pre- 
tomptueux t e'leve ; -flesh , s. 



PRO 

chair baveuae. f. 

Proudly , prSfid'll , adr. or^ 
gaeilleuaement, arrogammeul. 

Proudness , prSId' nls, s. or- 
gueil, m.Jiert^, t.\ pompe,m. 

Provand , prftv'lnd , Y. Pro- 
Tender. [peat »e prouver. 

Provable, prBSv^l, a^J. qui 

Prove, prBJte, r. a.etn. proum 
ver, demontrer, eprouver. «- 
aayer ; eaauyer , aouffrir; 
reuaair; devenir, Are; to - 
true, ae trouver vrai; to- 
good, ae trouver Stre bom, 

Proveable^ y. Provable. 

Proveditor, prSrrSd'i^r, Fkh 
vedore, prirvidire', a. pomr- 
voyeur, m. r/bainlMe, ■• 

Provender , priv'TlniMr, s. 

Prover, pr00T'flr, s. quiprouve. 

Proverb, prSr^rb, », proverbe, 
adage, m. ZproverHal. 

Proverbial , pr&TSr'b^tl , a4j. 

Proverbially, prlTira>itI]l,adr. 
proverviaiement. 

Provide, pritlde', v. a. et ■. 
pourvoir, donner, pr^pmrer; 
fournir, munir ; te pourvoir^ 
ae pre'munir ; to — against, prt' 
cautionner , prendrm deM me- 
aurea contre ; profided that, i 
condition que, pourvu que. 

Providence , prSv'^dioM, s. 
providence; prudence, f. . 

Provident , prSv'T^dint , a4j> 
prevoyant, prudent. 

Providential, j^rSrridlB'Atl, 
adj. de la Providence, 

Providentially, prSTT^dln'shll 
it, adr. par le eoin tie la Pro- 
vidence. • 

.Providently, prSv'tidlatl^jjdT. 
avec prevoyance J pruaem' 
ment. Ivoyeur, B. 

Provider, prlvl'dlr, a, pomr- 

Province, prST'Tfase, •. pro- 
vince, contr^e, f.{ empUti, ■• 
affaire, fonction, t. reeaortt 
m.; it is the- of, il appwrtimU 
a ...; that is not witjiin aty-i 
cela n*eat pas de mon rc»- 
aort. 

Provincial, pr&yla'ditl, Hj, 
provincial, de provitteet *. 
8. provincial, m. 

Provincialism, provln'sbtDiaii 
Provinciality^, pr&TlnakUt' 
ki, 8. provineialiame, m. 

Provinciate, pfiyln'sliUte, t. 
a. reduire en province. 

Provine, priylne', a,provUt,m, 

Provine, priylno', ▼, a. pro- 
vigner. 

Provision, i>rlTUh'8a, •. pro- 
viaion, f. vivret, m. pki pro- 
caution, f. priparatiff m.\ 
diapoaition , f. 

Provision f pr&Y^ib'bi, t. a. 
approviaionner. 

Provisional, pr&vlili'Satl^ Hi. 



PID 






1r-r(,i. Aur-iti-wi 






u-n 



Iritmlpurllt, Itumiritl Ipmr •«".»"«'■. m. 






'fSSp 



AaocohIj ilw'klj, adj- rdufn. 

ll.T.g'e";i.'.JdJ.,.. I?.™/ 
H.Tage.tl.'.ldJ. .... r»« 






MiTinilr, rlllniLl, Mi. . 

BiTiik, rfTM>b, ,. ,. ravii 
«Uiia- di force, vicln 
Inuapontr, [fffr, I 

BUTltll^, flv'tfnhlr, B, ratfi 
Jirrttluns.TiK'xhh'iti, adj. n 

Rnjiliingly, rl>'>l'slilD|l), ad 

Blllri>lun«it> rlT'ifatimligt, 

Raw, 1^1^ adj. cm, <ima't 
^tore^'; Jfid, l^tat gro- 

-apLrlUi I. pi. lijftiturw piirt 
r. pl.h -iroops, ).pl. i™^, 

«aI^on^,"'rl?hli'd ''■ tJ 

Kw^li^nd. iiwiiid'firS.^ 

lUwIr, rlw'lJ, ad., crdncn 
Aaimesi, rlw'nt*, i. erudit^ ] 



%-"r,V.:"' 



'■""■( '|- '''^™" ' 

Raionbii'.'rl'iirlU, ail 
nfnoh, rtlah.i. C»fli''« 



Rpail.iDd.T.i.aln.lr 



Rfucl' rtd, fHI. aljan 

idabir/rltd-lbl, adj! i 
idppIiDn, c)ld1|i-iliJ 



liminct, iMIt/i, 

.ritdjill',T.a,ni>»rcr. 
iimt, r)ld]l.t'DlDt, 

. rttdi^lt', T. >. >d. 
%1i3w%. .. on«r 
JTrV, rfid^iM),"!: 

f; prit, praebti /»- 

10 (11-, „ppriur, 
!*r(tnlm', T. a. of. 
nce,T*lf.«Vii.lD>i!, 1, 

'^fe'iT.: '(=iin.) 

\,!lei'riit,^<ii,rf- 

iHlgli, >, (cUm.) 

ctl°'Ia' I. rMiU, 

in, rdllil'ahll, a. 
)-llJl0,<. a. nWfnr, 

llll.ldT. rMItrwit, 



^M 






»le, rli'iipllkl, ■. r 


-'Reckle!«,'!l''ii 


■^ITiu^lr.m.^ 


,„gUg,i.i. 










;S*SV";.... 


Reckon, rtb'h 


nilmiMf, >. 




in, ri.V'1'. (dj. p 




SSTf/M,,!.*!, 


Hrrhaner, rik 


»^--. 


Reckoning, ri 










»!:"r~' 




sss;* 




ge,riW.loi«'jJ.i-a. 


H*"i^.;tr 




"SS4" 


je, rJuhlrlC <■ "^ 


^i.'V?'fiiS,- 


HechTinationf 


'ale, riild'titK, t. 


RectiDf, rlklln 


S'u£*Kii.i-^j. 


**^^>=w 


|.g3'?i;-i,.^.. 


RSe',"(uf 


ri.'.tpJ, .. JmM.) r. 


Rfclii.e, rikl. 


nt, rJ,Vf!«',«. (Phi, 


*al,°';Mp>,Jlill, , 


ne^usclr!^ ^' 



Hiily, riii^pVli^lt , 









niioiJ'>iB«it^ 



nf/if. 

flnunriin' , ilk'kindjli', \. rf- 
Rwniiciliiitiau , ifulntlld- 

HMoaoiliMor!', rlMluli'll 
nn>OPi)<4iH>, rltkladiiH', t. *. 
RccoBditF, rlk^lkdlla, tdj. 
aeeandilorr, rfUn-dllli), ■. 
B««ndi*ctT tl'^Mkr', T. 1. 
nponnlinii ,' tHittt^, t. ■. 
IlKinBioui, itkl^iv|%. 1. n- 

neconiiiuv.ctklirktr.T.a. ri- 
ll ivonieomts , rJltSn'illirlu, 
IlEctitiiiJi'r, rtkiiulii'St, I.' a 



Il>40nT«rl. rlkJmlri', 't, i, 
UnanTtj, rJktiiil', r. t. rreoa- 



S^iJ 






,fii,- 



■iM;gnfJ!'r, a. ■ 
cdmIIi, liklllst'. T. n. a 



BHDunp, iJkln^/i. ncwni 

BHfai rvhur. B. 
ApcoTO'irlkSi^r.r.a. elDp r^ 

flttfr fa niiWi rtcaimrr; 

tirei ^temiri nrfiabttfi In 

necaT>Tiibf#, ilkrti'Iilb], tdj. 
iHil, m.i gm^FUan, f- rf- 



Keormte^ itk-ki)lu, >. i. cl d. 
Krcmiliuii, rlUiTn'ibln, <?rr^ 
H«jreiiliT»,iik''krHilT,idl. nt 

neonalimina, rik'krtlll.nh, 

I. f«Mi>ii>n-awr, r. 
RMrriulint, rlk-krintnl, i. r>- 



RH-i^mnililioii*, rf 

lWa,r,.dj. (.«d^r< 

ReoiiniiHtor, rtkrin'tuiTSi, 9. 



Inr, rlklbrtillc, lilj. 
■*'l7,' rlkitaftblrl', 



I, c!kiMB'(i., dl. 



"PP-Sir, t. 



t. rlklaXliil, ilj. 
fon.rJkAplrl'iblii,!. 



EMinitmeni, rJkiJJli'iniiii, 



I, [(kln'Ili, adj. U- 

e, itklr-rhn, Kf- 
; rlklr-rlHt, 1. rc- 
»f acclt. B. 
.[tklr^ist, 14. M^ 

i'tfklr-il&.'V. i,'II2 
H reurv.-i lion, itklnltMi.K*. 

., , Kecunoiu, rikiril^ Ul. n- 



& 



in: 



nalinquiiC^lfir'kii^ih, ». >. 

Hriinqiiuluii^ILl , rillv'kirl-li 

Xeliquiirr.'ril'lkwtrf, >. ^11- 
HdUli, ^i^ih. •'. pull, m. H- 
BplUb, AAnh, T. I. >'t n. ^«u«- 
Rgti^ablp [IMihlbl', idj. fii 
pMuant, da doh gautt -, f. 
Brlnent, rtll->I>I, idj. rrJKJ- 

nelwlimce, rfllklliiHi, i. rA 
HclucUmt, rtllkfliu, ill. fui 

RduoUDlly,' rijitkl'tilll, «It. 
Relucla^ rdlk'tlie, t. ■. rf- 

RHlnslalian, rllrtkll'ihla, •. 
rvUtlMCff. vjipotiiha, t, 

RpIt.tIII'.t. B.n^rp J, ion/i- 
fleuuiuiiler, clMilai'lIr, 141. fuj 



nnnanrnl. rfminJal, t. Ribi- 
Arninrk, r/inirk% ■, miur^uet 

, ohffrvrrt Jhlingiur, 

Inlilf rfiDlik^a, (41. 

Rpniiirf^Mpn^ii, ilmlrklli] 

Rviilnrknlilr. rtmlrkilil), ili. 
RciniirkiTjrJmiil'^r, «. fvirv- 
rdSr^T-'- ■■'« ■■ 
e, tdil'illlM, (li. 
rtinHHl, 4dJ. am 
in|i>, i(id(-<1(1u, tij. 

iPliunlilpllllVM, lin'oldtlti 
I "n^ily. "rtL-nilll, 'i.' — '-'- 

|B^d"rti''iB'w,T'. 

Ipiiipjiififr, rtn^m'bli,!. a. «' 



Jtemignlion, rlmmliil^ilila 



Irmlniininlinl, iXm^iiRM 

Ipniiii.Tliili', tti'.Unt, Kcfti- 
I«iui<ili1r, tIbVj In, Id), r*:- 

Rtmiolir, rhali'J), ilf. m- 



t^'f.'j""!"''"'' " ™ 

'rJmli'iiihl, >. 



RiwJlt-^rt-'lKl "i, V; «- ' 

n.M J> l-argr-l. 
RFmnant, if>-nlDl, idj- "*- 

Rr^oidi' ^Su"\. *. kT. 

Rnnonttnnc* , iMi^ti4Mb 
I. munlraiHb rAiritii«A, L 
RnnoBItrjin^ rtBliltrlu, lij . 

plrin dt rrpro^tt. 

D^nnml'rnTnr, Ttrntxlrl'llt, 

m»tohrmHU,ohit..!le,m. 
Rrmiirdnipf, rlsilT'diut, •. 

RemonF, r^SrH', ■, rmn-jb, 

Ri^'inrT'fnLXi'lne'd], >d], 

Rriiiunrlnin, rtnlru^, i4j. 

ni'iiiot>''Ip>ily. itnlnt^lill, 

RpjimrtfTi^tinfti, TiuAnsnti 

RrinotP.llmlu-, •ii.OcilM, 
r«»W, «r««r. C^&b. 

Rcinotflr, rtntifll, ail. (sia. 

RduuiteKeM , rlnlii^lK, >. 
tf70ffji«ji»«J, B.I dtitain*, t 

RnnotioB, rlBt'dli, i. rJmt- 



Rhino, rl'il, IL (papj trfml, ■• 
Rliinocnoi, rlat^Jrfi, (. M- 



'fuJlmT^^ .It 



■■|f^il.rtj»«.' 






I, Tlitdtln'i •■ rigt- 






,'i JniftT'- v^ ifH'iri - i 
II -HllaBl,>>ritiH(f«(i 

■f( uliiiHil, ■■) -nt>*i '■ I 

• rfnil, u.iUkt-, OMlr I 



RIG 328 

'Bimm'fS-aUt.'iii.l'Iriadl' 



aSH^ Mi' 



Itiin, rim, v. t^ hrinl'r. 

niur. i\mt. %. fl^ hLiichr.i, j flioioM.I)-, ,\'i'.1.-n. , 



ROL 



330 



role, ID. efironitfuey f.; petit 

pain, m.; - of lobacco, rouleau 

de tabac, m.\ - butter, s. beur- 

re en rouleau, m.\ weaver's -, 

s. entouple de iisserand , f.; 

master of the rolls, s.maitre 

dea roles, garde dee roles, m.? 

to call over the -, /aire I'ap- 

pel. 

Roll, r6le, ▼. a. et n. router, 

tourner; mettre en rouleau; 

fte ronler; tourner tur toi- 

memei flatter; to - npfpUer 

en rouleau ; to - tbe eyes, 

rouler lea yeux. 

Roller, ri'JSr. «. rouleau ^ cy- 

liadre; bandage, m. 
Rolling, rhl'iing, adj. qui route, 
roulant; -, s. roulement', 
(miT.)roulia,m.; -piii,s. rou~ 
leau de pdtiaaier, m.; -press, 
8. presae cTimprimerie en tail- 
le-douces calandre, f. 

Homage, ri'mldje, s. bruit, m. 

Roiuan, r&'mtn, adj. romain; 
— nose, s. nez aquilin, m. 

Romance, r^mtase', s. roman, 
m. fiction, f. 

Romance, rAmlnse', y. n./ein- 
dre , imaginer. 

Romancer, r&min'sSr, s. ro- 
mancier , m. 

Romancing, r&mtn'slng, s. hii- 
hlerie, broderie. f. 

Romancist, rimSn's^st, s. ro- 
mancier, m. 

Romanism, r&'mln^zm, s. dog- 
me deVe'gliac romaine, m. 

Romanist, r&'minlst, s. caiho- 
lique romain, m. [niaer. 

Romanize, r&'mtnlze, t. a. lati- 

Romantic, r&mtn'tSk, adj. ro- 
mantique , romaneaque , bi- 
zarre. 

Romantically, rimln'tlklllJ, 
adv. d'une maniere romanea- 
que. ^ [_roniantiame, m. 

Rumnnticness, rAinln'l1kn?s,s. 

Romish, r&'mlsh, adj. catno- 
lique romain. 

Romist, r&'aiUst, v. Roraaoist. 

Romp, r8mp, s. garqonnikre, 
f.; jen brutal, m. 

Roiiip, rdmp, V. n. badiner groa- 
aihremcnt , batifoler , gampa- 
der. 

Romping . rSmp'^ng^, s. jeu fo- 
Idireet brutal, m. 

Rompish, riimp'ish, adj. qui 
aimea badiner, foldlre. 

Rompishnoss, rdrnp'^shD^s, s. 
caracterr folntre, m. 

Rondeau, ruQ'd&,s. rondeau.m. 

Rondure,rdn'dshAre, s. rond,m. 

Ronion , rSn'vHn , s. femme 
groaae et maaaive, f. 

Rood, xHAfS. quatrieme partie 
d'un acre anglais: perche 
( meaure de quinse pieds ) ; 
croix, f. 



Roof, r28f, s. toit, faite, m.\ 
imperiale (d'un carroaae), f. 

Roof, r88f , V. a. couvrir d'un 
■ toit , fournir d'un toit. 

RooAng, r88f'lng, s. toiture, f. 

Roofless, r88rils, adj. sans 
toit, de'couvert. 

Roofwork, r88rw8rk, s. toi- 
ture, t. [.toit. 

Roofy, tZdt'li adj. ayant un 

Rool^ r88k, s. jreux, m. 0rolle, 
f. ; roc, m. tour (au jeu dea 
echeca) f t.\ trompeur; cara- 
bin. m. [p'f, attraper. 

RoOK, r88k, T. a. tromper, du- 

Rookery, r88k'3ri, s. endroit 
oik les grollea font tears nids ; 
mauvais lieu, m. 

Room, r88m, s. cbambre, f. 
appartement, endroit, m.; oc- 
casion, f.; there is no - for yon, 
it n'y a pas de place pour 
vous; dining -j s. aalle a 
manger, f.; drawing -, s. anti- 
chambre, f. 

Roomage, r88m'1dje, s. eapaee, 
lieu , m. place , f. 

Roomer, r88m'8r, s. vaisseau 
qui a aes granas fonds tar- 
ges, m. [age. 

Roomine6s,r88'iD2nis, t. Room- 
Roomy, r28m'^, adj. spacieux, 
vaate. 

Roop, r88p, s. enrouement, m. 

Roopy, rSo'pJ, adj. enroue. 

Roost, r88st, s. juc, juchoir, m. 

Roost, r88st, ▼. n. se jucher, «« 
percner. 

Root, r88t, s. racine; base, t. 
fonaetnent, m. origine; ex- 
traction, ligne'e, f.; to take 
deep roots, jeter de profondes 
racinea. 

Root, r88t, V. a.etn. enraciner; 
graver fortement ; s' enraci- 
ner, prendre racine ; to — op 
ou out, deracincr. arracher. 

Rootedly, r28l'?dli, adv. pro- 
fondement, fortement. 

Rooting, rZoi'ing, s. deracine- 
ment, m. exatirpation, f.; bou- 
tia (d'un aanglier), m. 

Rootlet, r88t'li8t, s. radicale, f. 

Rooty, r88t'4, adj. plein de ra- 
cinea. 

Rope, ripe, s. corde, f. cable, 
cfiapeletfia.; - of onions, s. cha- 
pelet d'ognona, m. glane d'o- 
gnona, f.; to be upon the high 
— , monter aur aes granda che- 
vaux ; -band, s. (mar.) raban 
de fret age , m.; -dancer, s. 
danaeur de corde, m.; -ladder, 
s. echelle de cordea, f.} -ma- 
ker, 8. cordier, m.; -making, 
s. corderie, t.\ -trick, s. tour 
pendable, m.\ -walk, -yard, 8. 
corderie, f.; -yarn, s. (mar.) 
fit de carret, m. {.tiller. 

Rope, ripe, y,n. filer, s'entor- 



ROT 

Ropery, rh'pM, a. corderie, f. 
Ropinesf , Th*pin%a,9.vi»eosite', 

gluiinosite', f. [paes. 

Ropy, r&'pi, adj. vuaueitx, te- 
Rotjuelanrej rSkilire% s. rof ««- 

laure, f. 



Roral, r&'rll, adj. <2e rosA, 
- • ,rirlV- 

rose'e, f. 



Roration, r&ri'sh&a, s. pUde de ■ 



Rorid,r&'r)d, adj. plein dertse'e. 

Roriferoiu, r&Af'itr8$,ad]. re- 

rifire. {/rosace. 

Ro8aceon8,rlsl'sh3s,adj' (b«t.) 

Rosary, rA'ztr J, s. muMre, a.; 
roseraie, f. 

Rose, r&ze, ■. roge, f.{ eO of 
roses, 8. huite rotai, f.} hoa^ 
of roses, s. miel ro*mi, B.i l|. 
to speak under the -, purler 
sous lafoi du atcreli -liad,!. 
bouton de ro9e, m.} -bwh, i. 
rosier, m.{ -gall, t. ^ponf^ 
d'eglantier, f. pi.} -laarel, •• 
laurier-rose, m.; •naUew, >. 
rose trimihre, t,\ •maijys.rt- 
marin,m.i -tree, 8. roMcrja^ 
—water, s. etui ae rote, tA ■ 
wood, 8. boie de rose, m. 

Rose, r&ae, pr<t. de to Rins. 

Roseate, ri'tli^ adJ. pl^ J' 
roses, ros^i oaorijeremi. 

Roset, r&'zS^ s. rosette (esphu 
de couleur), f. 

Rosette, r&zit', a. rosette, t 

Rosicrucian, r&aikrSS'akla, •• 
rose-croix, m. 

Rosier, r&'zhir, a. roHer, ■. 

Rosin, rftz'zin, s. rAine, fj kild 
— fCotophane, t. 

Rosin, riz'zluyT. Si.f rotter eisee 
de la re'sine. [fH. 

Rosiness, r&'zinSa, a. vermilUm, 

Rosiny, rtt'tinl, adj. rAiiumx. 

Rosland, rSrli£id, a. ten^jmO' 
recageuse, f. ' 

Rossel, tti'AX, a. ierre l^fht, f. 

R08sel]y,rSz'i1u},adJ. dirfarrr 

Rostel, rSs'tSi, a. hee, m. 
Roster, rSs'tSr, a. regiatre au- 

litaire, m. 
Rostral, rds'trtl, ad], rmttrtl* 
Rostrated, rSs'tritid, ad}> oni 

d'e'perons de navire. 
Rostnim, rSs'trSm, a. raafrt 

d'oiseauy m.j (mar.) ^raaai 

chaire, f. 
Rosy, r&'zi, adj. ctfuleair derott. 
Rot, rSt, 8. tae (mmtmdie dtf 

moutons), Di.{ pourriture, f. 
Rot, rSt, Y. a. et n. corrempre, 

faire pourriri pmirfirf •* 

putrefier. 
Rota, fi'tl, a. rote, f. 
Rotary, r&'tlr4, adj. t»mntid 

comme une roue. 
Rotated, r&'dtld^ adj. cmtm 

comme une roue. [f. 

Rotiition, r&tl'ahiii,s. raMlaai 



* 

a 






■H, rtfUfU, •. p. 
foliani, rlllndtltll 



Tit, •«!■ r 

l^^rorflfr; fiourdugr, 
ubTtrktil.r. 1. moK- 



u^rlrktil, r. 



rind, Tt^riFln 



[.dj. gr»«,>r, n„p,.(,-.| 



'ark, rilrwIA, •. •. tr 



RUB 

Iliil>li'im'l~c''i'blk3^, adj 
Bu'l'ii'Ti. , 'iS's"l,VlJ, irl). «■ 






RuiTdlk 'i<id"JS','>.'^WT»-, r 



» jH'"lii«i'*''*nS^l'"»* . 



J ; 



jtiK'ji.-. rani', <. »n 

KBlI.rlf.i.l.HH-A-KV 
llnFKnn.ilrmii. >dj. ^iflUJ, 



SAC 




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SAL 


/.f«d««.«,r.,..™t™.»<, 


t.tlli/r, a., -pita. 


siii. ai..^ «><(.. r.(«i»-. 




lUr, 


, i>J> If -a .tilt. 


ESSrSffi 


cr™«(, 'n.. «.<:*«■(««, t., 


5^.M1 


',M-i\,-..,..tU^. 






«((. J J..ll« .-r 






Siddl 




H'tpisS??'^ 


Snr.Huunt, •ttkclmlnl, t. i. 


Sfldd. 




B^nS^M T^,ikkrlmh.-ai, 


iHd-." 




s^i;3'.^..vr-^ 












1, tU-fi., 1. Ir 






^"-rfil 




^.M, 






«(!., »™j.l/,^. 








r p^(, 


^^t? 






'1 ni/i 


r"^ 














Ni"!!. "3! 




&Kre, dlilt, 1. iscrc, a. 








j^®^;^' 














,cf*iM.,.wsS;-a: 




,,.,..£ 


•r:Ss;&s:iS'" 


8»nfio.nl,.ll-rlrrtkloC....- 




..'«.-r.»-, 


Sainled, tlnfM, >4J. w,u. 



SMTiiioiitaiT, 9lkkHFr(klt3[(, 

SM^ursi'^-tiiTTiB, ,. ,. ct n. 

uerifia; immslir. 
Suriiictz. alb'krlfliJi, i. «- 

S<^nl^ainr(li,..i. »cn'«f^. 
SMriJege, ilJi'iiiiildJe, t.tatri- 

Siicrit'enoi»,ilUiir)IJ'j3>, i41. 

tacriligt, hnpit, 
SKrilegiouilr, •tkkidl'JIilt, 

Sacrileiigl. ilk'kMiM^I, ■■ is- 

krlill^ L MCTNifBiR, n, 
Sflcrutr, J-ki^ I, •terlilit, I. 
SaoraiHiEt, ilk-kiMiiikt, lAi- 

Sad, (U, ■«' Min, maaacaH- 



SnddU, .Id'dJ, >.«»<, r., - 
•Amt'itulh', m^-i^ti. 



Inutiliip.iUt' 



r, ^nf, m 



m-'tiaSiir- 



SnHmU tIk'Ml, I. 



; >tEi'>i 


s^SKi,. ^^aa-s. 


liA 


-g,j,i.;.r?&ft 


ird« 


i^tcsa^. 


"««'( 


S.t?^ilt=Wl*. i^ «.. 


■;ta 




S«l-.ri,.llirf. .. «Un,>. 


















»"■■." 








r-;;: 




,,...ay<.| 

SIS 


sjjsfi^i^jjj 



SAN 

SaiidfTs, sin'dRr/, s. nantat, m. 

Saliilpver, sta'dZvttr, «. auin de 
vfrre, m. [_*iihloiinfu.r, m. 

Snndines^, fclii'il^Difs, «. e'tai 

Si'iiidisli, stnd'S<<h, adj. qui res- 
it rmhte au fiti'lr. 

Sniuly, 4n'd^, adj. tahlonneur. 

Snildyv, sin'diks, n. orpiment 
rouge. miHium, m. 

Snnp, sine, adj. «iii/i. 

Snnij, sto;;, pr^l. dr to Sing. 

Sang-froid, slngfrlw', i. aanp- 
J'roid , m. 

Sauguiferous , «tngw?f'f2r3s, 
adj. (cbir.) aanguin. 

Sau^uificntion , slngwIfWki' 
sbSn, 8. aanguifi cation, f. 

Saiigiiinar}*, ulna'gw^nlri, adj. 
aanguinaire, inniimain. 

Sanguinp, «lnR'gwlii, adj. aan- 
guin, de coulfur de aang ; ar- 
dent , I't/; conjlant; -stoup, 
». pierre de aang, t. 

Sani^iiine, otnK'gwin, t. a. r/t- 
aangfantrr. 

Sniif;uinent'ss , sig'gwinnis , s. 
ardeur ; vive. atlente ; con- 
fiance, f. l^anguin. 

Sanyuin»»oiis,singgwln'^tis,adj 



336 



SAU 



Sapphic, slf'fik, adj. «a/;Ai^«e. ^'«* . [le/6'(e, ■• 

Sapphire, slf'Hr, n. aaphir, m. Satellite, alttlllu, i. (aitrja*- 

Sapphirinp, slf'firlne, adj. rea- Satiate, a'shate, t. «. 

aemhlant au faphir. aier, ftinairfi, 

Sappiiipss, i«ip'p*n2ii, a. etat Satiate, li'shata, a^l. 

de ce qui eat aucculent. m. ^ */.*'*. .••'•vfi'i 




Sarrasin, sXr'klzm, s. aarcatme, wetter, i. •mtUmin, m. 
°<- Satinet, eti'UnH i. •mtmAtl 




adv. d'une maniire aarcaa- tiau: ' ' tf»tiri^f»mtiiL 

e '"^r- 7 M , I Satirically, "•tflrlUlU, •*. 

Sarclp, sir kl^ t. a. 'arcler. Sat iris t,«ll'iartstJ.Miinf-^ 

SarciKtolp, sarkisile', a. (mM.) Satirise, sll'iWTe. f. ImH- 

aarcocele m. ^Uer, eritiauer, 

Sarcoina, sirki'mt, «. tumeur, f. Satiifaction , •lulsftk'All, 

Sarcophagus, sirkSfflgas. adj. tatiafaction, t,\ coMi 



aarcophuge ; -,s. aarcophage, m.joie, f. 

„ m- . o ^ ^ , . Satisfactive, •ttt1iftk'dT,i4 

Sarcophagy, sSrkSf'flji, 8. Ao- aatiafuiaant. 

hilude de ae nourrir de chair, f. Satisfactorily, alttllftkMMli 

Sarcotic, s'irkil'lk, adj. (mid.) adr. d'une nuuuin »^i^f^ 

Sanguinily, 'slngL-w^n'iti', T. ! aarcotique. „ *?"i** • . 4 -«u 

Sanjjiiincnoss. i\plante). f. Sarciilalion, sirkAll'shSb, a. Satisfactormesi , •WtliflMW 

action de aarcler, f. n«s , «. ^o«wo»r rf« M«i^^ll^r, 

Sardaii , sSrdln' , a. aardine ^ ™ • « * »• i« • i 

(/»«i><t;n), f. SaUsfactory., stui^ktiiti 

Sardtd, sSr'd?!, Sardin, sSr' « •4iv*""5^i'*'' •*"'^***' 

din, s. aardine, f. 
Sardouian , slrd&'n^tn , adj. 



Sanicle , stii'^kl , s. tanicle 
Sanies, sl'n^iz, s. (chir.) sanie, 

f. pus, m. 
Sanions, si'n^K.s, adj. (chir.) 

aanieux , ac'reux. 
Sanity, sin'ili, «. unite', f.; ju- 



geinent aain, Di. ruison, f. 
Saitk, singk, pr«.'l. de to Sink. 
Sanscrit, sln'skr'U, s. aanacrit, 



m. 



Santon, stnt83n', s. aanton, m. 
Sap, sSp, s. •ev*' ; aape, aappe, f. 
Sap, sip, V. a. ct n.att/;er, miner. 
Sapajo, sip'tj($8, h. aapajou 

(ainge), m. 
Sapliire, slf'rtr, «. aaphir. m. 
Sapid, sip'pid, adj. aapiae, aa- 
voureux. 



aardonien , aardonique. 
Sardonyx., sar'd&niks, s. aar- 

donyr, f. 
Sark, siirk,s.gou/</,ni.; chemiae,{. 
Sarnientous, s'armSn'tSs , adj. 

aarmenleux. [m. 

Sarplar, ssr'pltr, s. aac de laine, 

Sarplier, s'dr'pli^r, s. aerpil- 
liere , f. 

Sarrasin, sSr'rls^ii,s.*arra«/i,m. 
Sarrasine, sSr'risIn, a. aarra~ 
herae, f. 



Sapidity, slppld'hl, Sapid- Sa'rsaparilla, sSrslplrll'll , s. 
ness, slp'p^dn»s, ». aapidite, gala\pareiUe , f. 

Sarsp, s'irse, s. aaa, tamia, m. 
SarsP, sirse, t. a. tamiaer. 
SarJ, sari, s. terrain dej'riche.m 



aayeur, f. [aageaae, f. 

Sapience, sL'p^Snse, a. acience, 
Sapi(>nt , si'piSnt , adj. aage, 

aavant. laec. 

Sapless, stp'lSs, adj. aana aeve. 
Sapling, sip'ilng, a. arbriaaeau, 

m. 
Saponaceous, slpinl'sh&s, Sa- 

penary, stp'&uir^, adj. aapo- 

nace, aai'onneux. [gout, m. 
Sapor , si'pftr , ». aax>eur , f. 
Sapurific, sipirlfik, adj. aa- 

porifique. Iveur, f. 

Saporosity, siplrSs'iti, s. aa- 
Saporous, si'p&rSs, adj. aa- 

t'onreux. laavenr, f. 

Saporousness , sl'pirSsn?s, s. 
Sa])per, sSp'pnr, s. sapciir, m. 



Sassafras, sfts'slfrls, a. aaaaa- 

fraa, m. 
Sasse, sis, s. ecluae , f. 
Sat, sit, pr6t. de to Sit. 
Satan, si'lin, s. aatan, m. 
Satanic, siiin'^k, Satanicnl, 

sitin'lkii , adj. aatanique, 

diaholique. 
Satchel, sitsh'll, s. petit aac, 

m. gibeciare , f. 
Sate.hlite,T. i.aouler, raaaaaier. 
Sateless, site'lSs, adj. inaatia- 



Satisfjr, ali'ilsfl , t. a. et B. #•- 
ti^aire, eontemUri p^jftf' 

Satire, sl't^T* a4J. e m t m nri 
dant un iaraim. 

Satrap, si'lrtp, s. tuirmp*, u* 

Satrapy, sl'trlpA, s. tatrm^U 

Saturable, atl'ArlU, aij. fs'fli 

peut taturer, ^•bw. 

Saturate, slf Arite.T. a. (ckiaJ 
Saturation, slUiVahln, •• m- 

turation, f. 
Saturday, alt'tSrdt, •.«•■«£■« 
Saturity;, sttl'rlti, •. »mtiiU,t. 

raaaaaiememt, m.i to fe«l.te-t 

ae aoHler, 
Saturnalia, stttSmiiU, 8ft- 

tumals , sttt&r'Bllx, t. pL m- 

turnalea, f. pi. 
Saturn ian,8ltar'BMB, a^J* AAh* 



Sash, sish, s. ceinture, f.; chda-k reux ; - times, t.pl. dCfff^ar. 
aia d'une Jenet re , m.; -win- m. • 

dow, 8. Jenetre ii chnaaia, f. 



Satyr, si'tSr, s. uOyr^, wu 
Sauce, siw8e,'s. tmtte€, l.\ -kM^ 

s. aauciere, f.{ -bos, •. mrro- 

gant , eff'ronik, m.} -pai, S. 

caaaeroTe, f. 
Sauce, slwse, r. a. umm»omn»r» 
Saucer, slw'sSr, s. tmueiirti 

aou coupe, f. fagwMWfii/» 

Saucjly, siw'silj. adv. imptrti^ 
Sauciness, aJw^a^nl*, s. aa^^ir- 

dence, imperlineHe9, t. 
Saucisse, slw'sls, •. (mil.) a«iH 












itii^ft^wi, •. Uir«, liprr, I 



Scnntlet. tlilsrttt, >. priii 



SCR 

morceau, chiffon , m,; mietletf 

f. pi. 
Scrapf*, skrLpe, s. embarrtu, 

m. difficulte; aalut malgra- 

cieux, m. ; to be in a -, ttre dans 

un mauvait pas; — penDJj s. 

jnncemaiUe, m. 
Scrape, slirlDe, r. a. etn. ra- 

tisser, racier, gratter, effa- 

cer ; to - together , amaaser ; 

recueillir; to - out, rafurer; 

to - acqnaintaDce with one, 

sUnsinuer dans les bonnes 

graces de qn. 
Scraper, skrl'pJlr, s. ratissoire, 

decrottaire , f.; mauvais vio- 

lon ; avare , m. 
Scraping, slirl'plng, s. ratis- 

sure; avarice, f. 
Scrat, tkrit, s.hemtaphrodite.m. 
Scratch, sicrltsh, s. egratignure, 

blesaure Ugere. f. 
Scratch, skritsb, t. n. gratter ^ 

egratigner ; blester le'gire- 

ment ; e'crire avec maladrefse; 

to - out, rayer, effacerx to - 

one's head, »/* gratter la tete. 
Scratcher, skrltsh'Sr, s. egra- 

tigneur; grattoir, m. 
Scratches , skritsh'^z , s. pi. 

(\#t.) aretes, grappes, f. pi. 
Scratching, skrlush'^ng, s. ac^ 

tion de gratter, f.j —brush, s. 

gratte-bro98e , f. 
Scratching! y , skrttsh'ingii, 

adT. en grattant. 
Scraw, skriw, a. surface, su- 
per ficie, f. 
ScraM'l, skrJwi, s. griffonnage, 

gribouillage , m . 

Scrawl , skrJwI , ▼. a. griJTon- 
ner, gribouilUr, e'crire tiial. 

Scrawler, skriwi'Sr, s. grijfon- 
neur, mauvais e'crivam, m. 

Scray, skri, a. hirondelle de 
mer , t. \,cri aigu, m. 

Screak, skr^ke, s. bruit aigu, 

Screak, skrikc, r. n. faire un 
bruit aigu et per^ant. crier. 

Screaui, skr^me, s. cri perqant, 
m. [cri» perqant s. 

Scream, skrJme, r. n. jeier dea 

Screech, skri^tsh, s. cri perqant, 
cri d horreur, m.\ -owl, 3. 
fresaie, f. chat-huant , m. 

Screech, skr^^lxh, t. n. jeter 
dea cris perqanta (en tigne. de 
terreur); pouaaer un cri aigrr 
et lugubre (en parlant de la 
fresaie). 

Screen, skrJJn, s. paratyenl; 
crible i) cribter; abat-jour \ 
ftp. abri, m. defense, f.; fold- 
ing -, 6. paravent afeuillca, 
m. 

Screen, skriJn . r. a. mrttrc a 
Vabri, abriter; cribler, ta- 
miaer. 

Screw, 8kr38, s. vis, f.j (vit.) 



340 

suroa cheville, m.; -drirer, s. 
tournevia, m.; -naiL a. clou a 
vis, m.; -plate, s.filikre, f.) 
-tap, s. taraudf m. 

Screw, 8kr88 , ▼. a. visser, fer- 
mer a vis; forcer; difor- 
mer; opprimer; to — a gun, 
rayer un fusil ; to - one's face, 
faire des grimaces; to - up, 
mettre de Jorce ; to - in, fi^ire 
entrer en toumant ; fig. inge- 
rer ; to - any thing out of a 
person, tirer les vers du nez 
a qn. [fig. avare, m. 

Screwer, skr23'2r, s. qui viase ; 

Scribble, skrlb'hl, s. mauvais 
ouvrage; gribouillage, m. 

Scribble, skrlh'hl, t. a. et n. 
grifTonner; e'crire mal. 

Scribbler, skr^h'hlSr, s. mau- 
vais e'crivain, ecrivailleur, 
m. 

Scribe, skrlbe, s. scribe, co- 
piate; e'crivain, m. 

Scrimp, skr^mp, adj. trop pe- 
tit, trap court. 

Scrimp, skrimp, t. a. faire 
trop petit; rogner. 

Serine, skrine, ». etudiole, f. 
port^euille, m. 

Scrip, slcrlp, s. petit sac, m.; 
ce'dule, t.\ petit morceau de 
papier, m.j mallette , f. 

Script, skript, s. (imp.) ronde, f. 

Scriptory , skrlp'l'drJ , adj. 
e'crit , par e'crit. [biblique. 

Scriptural, skr3p'tshirll, adj. 

Scripture, skrIp'tshAre, s. ecri- 
ture sainte, t. 

Scripturist, skr^p'tshir^st, a. 
scripturaire , m. 

Scrivener, skrlv'TuSr, a. no- 
taire; courtier, m. 

Scrofula, skrSf'ill, a. scro- 
fules, t. pi. iacrofuteujc. 

Scrofulous , skrSf'AlSs , adj. 

Scroll, skr&le, s. rouleau (de 
papier ou de narchemin), m. 

Scrotiun, skr&'tiim, s. (anat.) 
scrotum, m. {.coquin, m. 

Scroyle, skrS^l, s. miaerable, 

Scnib , skr2b , s. personne vile, 
f.; habit tout use, m.j rosse, 
haridelle, f. 

Scrub, skrfih , t. a. f rotter avec 
quelque chose de rude ; laver; 
to - hard for a living, gagner 
sa vie peniblement. 

Scrubbed. skr8b'b''fd, adj. baa, 
me'prifabte ; mechant , mise- 
rable, chc'lif. 

Scrubber, skf8h'b2r, s.frotteur, 

m. broase de frotteur, f. 
I Scnibbing-brusli , skrSb'bIng 
I brft.tb, s. broaae ii laver, f. 

Scrubby, skritb'bi, t. Scrubbed. 

Scniiile, skr88'pl, s. scrupule; 
doute, m.; inquie'tuds; tria- 
petite quantife, t. 



scu 

Scruple, skrSS'pI, t. b. aefmn 
scrupule, hesiter, kaimiu«, 
douter. 

Scrupler.8kr88'plSr,s. p mamt 
serupuleuse, f. »crupuUitf,M, 

Scrupulosity, skr88pil|s'hl,i. 

humeur »erupulem*«, f. «n>* 

pule, doute, m. hAitatiom, t. 
Scrupulous, skrSS'pAiSs, ai^ 

scrupuleur, minuUeux. 
Scrupulously , skrSB'pllldi, 

adv. scrupuletuenUHt t- coa- 

scien cieusemenU 
Scrupulousness, skrBS'pilli 

n?s, T. Scmpalositi; {jtarw. 
Scruse , skrSSze. t. a. p r ta ur, 
Scrutable, 8kT87'ltbl, Ui. fu 

0ut itre de'couvert tk Jwrea 

de reckerckes. 
ScmtaCion, skrSSli'shin, ■■ ra- 

cherche, perquisiliom, f. 
ScruUtor, 6kr38tl'tlr, Scn- 

tineer, skr88lJn4Ar', s. 0erutm- 

teur , B. 
Scrutinize, skrSS'tlnlze, t. i. 

examiner avec aoin, aondtr* 
Scrutinous , skrSS'ttaSa^ a^i* 

scrutateur, pointilleux. 
Scrutiny, skrSS'llal, a. rt> 

chercne exacte, f. mxmmtH, 

scrutin, m. 
Scrutoir, skrSS'tire, s. atert- 

taire, m. e'tudiole, f. 
Scry, skrl, s. troupe tTou e amx, t. 
Scud, skSd, s. giboulde, omdde, f. 
Scud, skSd^ T. B. a'eiifaur a U 

hate ; fairs vent arrUrt { to - 

along, courir vile, faire dili- 
gence. 
Scuddle, skSd'dl^ t. n. 9*em ml- 

ler avef prtcipitntiomf at 

aauver. 
Scuffle, skSrfl, 8. ^uarelie, I. 

combat, m. mil A, Utite, fJk 

faubert (dea boulangera), ■. 
Scullle , skSrfl , T. n. ae bmltre, 

se quereller; lutter, 
Scug, skSg, T. a. caeher, ddroier, 
Sculk . sk8lk, 8. troupe (de re- 

naras), f. itenir CMoW. 

Sculk, sk8lk, T. n. ae caeher, at 
Sculker, sk8lk'ar. s. ^ui at 

cache; lache, ealln, m. 
Sculldng-hole , skwlagh&le, 

8. cachette, f. 
Scull, skSl, 8. crane, m,\ petite 

rame; nacelle; bande (de poia^ 

sons), f.; -cap, s. caetfaes ^o«- 

net ae nuit, m. Zailler. 

Scull, sk8ll, T. a. gabarer^ ge- 
Sculler, skttl'lSr, s. nacelle, t.i 

godilleur, m. l^vier, ■. 

Scullery, sk8riXr«, s. Uvoir, 
Scullion,sk8l'72n,s. marmitoM, 

galopin, touilloH, U. C&oa. 
Scullionly, skSrySnll, adj. vil. 
Sculp, sk8lp, 8. taille^ouce, t. 
Sculp, sk8lp, y. a. graver, acmlp' 

ter. 




imiwT, ililD-b3 

Buiainnt, ikair 
d-in Irigniut, B 
Svucfr, .Olfi, U 
ScDcnl, ■klrrtl, i 
Ssnnilitr, tklnll 
Souirilliiu, iklr'^ 

ScumtoDil^r, itt 

Sourrily, ika^TJ; 



Scuttt', UIi'tI. 



,.Jklr, 






Scata»,>kl'il/e,i 
Scutcbeon, ikaii 

Scutitonn,a»J'i(f u'niin. 

Scntlle.iHl'u,!.; tardiil 

Mfir^iwffi, n. wjilir t 

^anilllkn i ma )-lfl« 

•, >Jc»>, r. vlHWf 

Scuttle, iklllL, T. HlHt* 

K^r, ™"" ^ ml fill 

Sdbign, Sd^iB"!'^ 

fpi flrelJlBf-, I, t 






set 



SEA 



342 



SAD 



Season, s^'xD, 9. saison, f. tempt 
propre, temp* propice ; auai- 
sonnemeni, m.\ for a -, pour 
un temps; before the-, avani 
U temftt , trap tot; in - 1 in 
due-, en tempa convenable; 
out of -, mal fi proput ; trop 
tar J. I 

Season, s^'zn, t. a. et n. auai-' 
sonner, rendre piquant ; ren~ . 
lire apirituel ; accoutumer, 
habituer; s^acclimali*er. 

Seasonable, s^'znlM. adj. <i pro-' 
po8, favorable, convrnabie. ! 

Seasonableness, s^'/nlblnis, s. ' 
tempa propre, lo. convenance, . 

1 • 

Seasonably, s^'znlbli, adr. a\ 
propoa , a point nomine', con- i 
venabtement. j 

Seasonage, s^'znldje, s. aaaai-'. 
aonnement, m. I 

Seasoned-cask, sl'zn'dktsk, s. j 
lonneau avine'. m. 

Sensoner, si'znar, s. aaaaiaon- 
neur ._ m. 

Seasoning!, si'zninp, s. aaaai- 
aonnemmt, apprct, va. > 

Seat, site, s. siege, m. chaise, ! 
demture ; silutition y f.: - ofi 
war, s. theatre de la guerre,'- 
m.; take vour -, /TfHM fo/ri»' 
place ; to keep one's - well, . 
se tenir bieu. j 

Seat, sAtc, Y. a. et n. aaaeoir;\ 
placer, poser, fixer, e'lablir ; \ 
ae reposer ; to - one's self, ; 
a^asseoir. se placer. 

Seated, s^te'Sd, adj. situe\poae, 
place'; to be — , etre a*sia. 

Sea^es, s^t'z, s. pi. jonca, m.pl. 

SeaVT, si'T^, adj. convert de 
joncf. 

Sea\rortlunes8, si'w&r/AJn?s,B. 
bon e'tat d'un vaiaseau. m. 

Sebaceous, sibi'shas,_adj. ae- 
bace, de auij, Zcante, f. 

Secant, s^'klot, s. (g^om.) ae- 

Secede, s^side', t. n. ae retirer, 
ae ae'parer. ilire. 

Seceder, s^s^'d2r, s. qui ae re- 

Seoern,s^slni', t. a. et n. ae'pa- 
rer ; ae ae'parer. 

Secession, sisisb'Sn, s. ae'para- 
tion. relraite, f. 

Seclude, siklAde', t. ». exelure, 
eloigner, enfermer « part. 

Seclusion, sAlA'zhSn, s. exclu- 
sion , f . eloignement , m. re- 
lraite. f. 

Second, sik'kSod, adj. aecond, ; 
deuxiimei - hand, en second 
lieu , par imitation , d'occa- 
aiom ; -hand dinner, s. diner 
rechmm^e', m.t -moaming, s. 
pttil deuil, m.; -rate, s. ae- • 
eond rang, m.; du deuri^e] 
«rdre; -si|;ht, s. facultc de\ 
tira dona I'^venir, aeconde' 
fiU,-t.i -, s. ucomd, uppnifi 



m.; aeconde, f. 
Second, slk'kSnd, ▼. a. aecon-\ 

der, appuyer, aider ; aaaiater, i 

auivre. 
Secondarily ,sH'k2ndir)U, adv. ; 

dana le second degre. \ 

Secondaxiness, sZk'knndlr jnSs, 

s. etat de ce qui eat aecon- 

daire: acceaaoire.m. 
Secondary, sek'kandtr}, adj.; 

aecondaire , acceaaoire ; — , s. | 

de'legue, de'pute , m. 
Seconder, sek'kSndar, s. qui 

aide, qiti appuie. 
Secondly, sSk'k&ndlJ, adr. deu- 

xi^mement. 
Secrecy, s^'krls^, s. aecret, m. 

fide'lite' a gar der le aecret; 

'aolitude, retraite, f.; in — , en 

aecret. 
Secret, siTtrlt, adj. aecret, ca- 
che', myste'rieux ; -, s. aecret, \ 

my at ere, m.; in -, en aecret, [ 

a la de'robe'e ; to keep a -, : 

garder un aecret ; to be in the . 

-, etre dana le aecret, etre du . 

aecret. [aecrel. ' 

Secret, si'krlt, t. a. garder le 
Secretary, s?k'kritiri, s. aecre- , 

taire, m.; — 's oflice, s. aecre'-. 

tairerie, f. 
Secretaryshij), 8?k'krhtrishlp, : 

s. aecre'tartat, m. i 

Secrete, s^krhc', t. a. ae'cre'ler,\ 

Jaire^ dea accretions ; caeher. 
Secretion, sikri'sh2a, s. (mM.) . 

ae'cre'tion, f. j 

Secretist. sJ'krJtlst, s. mar-\ 

chand de aecreta, m. 
Secretitious,s2kkr^t1sh'Sr, adj. 

ae'cre'te. Zment. 

Secretly,8i'kr1tlJ, adr. aecrete- 
Secretness, sl'kritats, s. etat 

de ce qui est secret, aecret, m. 
Secretory, 8^'kritSri, adj. (m6d.) 



aecreloire. 



'Qeton, 



m. 



Sect, sikt, 8. aecte, f.; acion, re- 
Sectarian, sZktl'r^tii, adj. de 

aectaire;^ -, s. aectaire, m. 
Sectarianism, slkti'r^lnlzm, 

Sectarisin, sSk'tlrlzm, 8. ea- 

prit de aecte. m. 
Sectarist, sektirlst. Sectary, 

s?k'tir^, s. aeclaire, m. 
Sectator,8?kti'tar, s. aectateur, 

disciple, partiaan, m. 
Section, s?k'shSn, s. aection; 

diviaiom ; coupure ; amputa- 
tion, f. [teur, m. 
Sector, sSk'lSr, s. (g<om.) aec- 
Secular, sIk'Alir, h6j. ae'culier, 

laique,^ mondain. 7danile', (. 
Secularity, sikillr'h), s. mon- 
Secularization,8Zk&llrizi'shZn, 

8. ae'culmriaation, f. 
Secularize, sik^K^irlze, ▼. a. 

ae'culariaer. [jteculier. 

Secularly, sik'klllrl^, adv. en 
Secularu'ess , sSk'kAllnits , •. 

imoadmMic, L 



Secundine^}klK8BdlBej8.(ehii;) 
aecondimea, f. pi. arriira-Jkiz, 

Secure, s}kire% a^l* *^» <■ 

aitreie ; uatmrdt en tdemritiL 
Secure, sikAre'^ t. a. wuMtrt «• 

aiirete' ; tuaurer, a'attmrert 

d^endre ; ae aaisir dm, mrr£- 

ler; eomfinner, garamtir* 
Securely,' •^kire'U, adk. Wr*- 

ment ; en aiirete, amna dmmger. 
Secureinent, •tklre'Mlat, a. 

aurete, f. 
Securenesi, ■Ikjlre'nii^ a. mM- 

que de pr^autiomf B. «■»- 

fiance, l, 
Securitj, alki'rJti, «. wdemnid, 

aurete , tranquillity % m aaau w a 

ce, garantie^ CQutiam, i.\ ta 

gire -fjournir eauliom, 
Sedan, s^dtn', s. litiin, cham 

a porteura. f. 
Sedate, 8 Jdlte%a4J. cmUu, 

tranquille i raaaia. 
Sedately, s^dite'll, adT. tr«»- 

quillement. 
Sedateness , sldlte'sli, «. emt- 

me, m. tranituillite, f. 
Sedation, s^di'shia, s. cefuNi 

de calmer, f. 
Sedative, sld'ttSr, aO^. aedmtif. 
Sedentarine88,82d'd2BtlrlB2s^ 

etat de ce qui eat acdemtmiras 

repoa, m. 
Sedentary, sld'dlntlr}, a^. ai- 

dentaire: apmihi^e.. [a. 

Sedge, sjdje. ». gUfeul, Jamc, 
Sedgy, sed'jj, a4|. cotsvert di 

glaieula ou de jonea. 
Sediment, std'^nlat, a,addi- 

ment, ni. lie. f. tnmrc^ B. 
Sedition, aidlsh'ln,*. ^'diiim, 

revolte, f. [.aeditimur, a. 

Seditionary. ddlsk'ialrl, s. 
Seditious, sldlsh'Sa, adf. aidi- 

tieux ; faetieux.rehelUm 
Seditiously, 8M!sh'2sll« Ur. 

ae'ditieaaemen t. 
Seditiousness , sldlah'inlt, s. 

esprit factieux, m. 
Seduce, sidlse', t. a. aeduint 

corrompre, de'iautdkert icH- 

ter ; toucher. 
Seducement, aldlie^lBt, a, 

ae'duction , f. [bi. 

Sed ucer, aJdA'sSr, i. aeduetaasri 
Seducible, s4dl'9«bl, adj. f«*«i 

peut te'duire. 
Seduction, s^dSk'shSa^ a. aa- 

duction, f. appaa, m. pi. 

Seductive, s^dSk'tlT, adj. «^ 

duisant, atlrauami. 
Sedulity, 9li^'lM,a.maaidmif^, 

diligence, application , f. 
Sedulous, sSd'ilSs, a^. maaidba, 

diligent, applique'. 
SediJoiuly, sid'iiaall. adv. ma- 

aidumrnt. jLtfedalily. 

Seduiotttaeti, aSd'AMMia^ v. 



Sena tun hip, ili-nlllnhlp, i. 









§ 



Seot, 
Scpb 



Snr.ih, I. Ban}. . Hi, 

Sonte, •Ir'rlK. S«int«d,ilr' rrr 
1I1I4, lAJ. <ha»(l'. Ssrvi 



SerT»ie, •Ir-itdja, t. Hrwfi, -=■ 

Scmnt.ili'illll, I. ••rvllmr, SPm 



BM -1 it uapi n'm BM iTo- s«n] 

" "^ ..£' *• " *• ""*' w"" 

•«■. w™, «ii(rtf* "»ii.i 10 Snip 

dUtri^uir , U> - 0» OBI, J.-^ P, 

s^ml ^f tir?i, Hi><«i|w, r. ",','' 

afTWlTIIifTil, 1. Hrvtuit, t. a*, ' 
SerricF, •Ir'ili, •-•'"''<" 1 1™- *r« 

•^,i.| rmnef,™. miipH- rinri 

^Hi/l^in.) -ot (k£>, SM,' 

a. am'itr dt ^4pea£auia « BLi |i/b( 

to Ab A -. rtitJn Mtrwtft: to mfip 

bti>t-,Ar>iift(ri nBTBkar w, 

iq - Is kha, JMrt-Ui Um trri 



c-bmr, ilfTlitaltrt,!. 



i 



«K 



Shnlln,' iktUb, 1 



;]inrn, ihln, aiij. ai/H, fru.- 
CJluii, irffU, paiBli, yAi-\ 






b»i>, Sh-n 



Tut: 



SIL 354 SIN 

h.'^nc. B.: -belter, s. rlitirr. Iriffr. m. Singmg, slosinff, aiU.* «liM- 




Ji .-.n.- v.: u- aI *• tt-t. - 7 I1.I . . >:- .- f ■-■ -s '-.■./ -^ •■ ■ ■' ^- ^' • ■ . - «: r. : s.^:.-ai.*rijr«. , Atm- 









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*.■>».■** »;tt: .e. *.-..■.:-.: =:. ..- m f -.: r f :" w/iArn***:. ■. 

5*.n»i^T. *'.r. fir, 5. *.**.-^i-.' >-.-.:.--.i. ,':;?=.>..-.■*.•. .'-.*.-.' 

• ji.*. f;'ik-^r ^. < ~.-". # -c *. <;:■.=.. f.'-' c 

S.:u:-fT. *5« fir «. « *.-*-»•* < -.•.■'v"-,;r-.» r.:i : .<^r.:;.-— :. 

t-.-.'ffKfxT : j.'Vi-.^'V. >■.-•'■.■■.;:■>:.>. Li iir:«. ^. ».«..'- 

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5..rj'.f. >*x^>. vT ."*"■■ -■ <-.»•> ,- f ; 1 .-. 1 . Sr f * .' ; f" ■■./."■«.- njjti 

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■^♦f r. «. jfcu.; . »*.-*.<. » 5.--.i*^. >*!.; V". 5. ,*»■*»-«.• 

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SininelV lia'alj'. >- "P'" ^' 



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SiinpliiiciitiOB , >1mpllr(kL- 
SilUpIl^, lla-pltn, I. i. ™>- 



SmAllnnt, nnlll'i 

«, faibl^., I. 

Sinallr, imlJl't, 

Smalt, •Dill, I. w 
Sinanf4|i»I'rli, 



Siiurten, imti-u 
««■>,»• MU, ^ 

mat, tpirtlu^l 



rt" 



Stutterer , isli'i 



Sinevr, >B>1W 

Siiuginatio , mil 
SiMir"""?"*' •■ 






da I. Killi. a^r la nAgr. 



«/ r.Uln-, .iigfcpfiv. 
Snodir, -Idja, i. n. (pop.) »• 



8iiu(!''.n'iff7>. l''n£.m^i^ 

Sfloffm, ulriin, K. pi', msu- 
SmrEHe, Hlrn, i' a.' nMiJIcr, nttrc, (>-at4<V" ~* 
anHlBn,n3rri,i.pi. ii*«/«.=. ^.(n.*^. r™,.i. ™„/.; 
SnufHini. iDlralnf; 



Snurl, ixrlri, Y.n. «a<if. 

Snurli.isir pl.'wi 

So, >1, tdr. •lu!^ li. » 



SulTj^iikt,*.!. el*. A 






Sollh,«op«.f. i. mtt/rt 
Soai.)',lf^,«U.."»™" 



Soiier,"i"if, Id). Kir 






SnuflV, nint, ttj. «!■■ >r»( U Sobr[vty, sibrl'llt, ■. ir 

Snug, inlll, m«. tx^mi,t d'ia. ••mg-fraid nL.xen.fil. 
eauv^tlrnO, inn J'ralirnu, So^ ift, a. irridaiUa, I 

Jhrlfkh t ^ithii to IE* - Id | v^ m. {ttrvii 

btt, tt liair Boirl^up^ Jum 8lHi«ul>. ■Ik'UlU*. •. i 
U eonw^ni u ifa -, 4tr> SDRCiiKCT,>tm4ir, •■ 

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Son nh li'^il'ihlllil^dj .n 

Sncinbleiwi) , >l'>blll>l 
>cinblr,>L'>bJlbl), >d<. 



SwinlKHi, •I'lhtinli, >. fill. 
Snri''l^''"ifil;Jl(, ti. trciM, 
So"'>i.i>n,>l<1.-(ln, ..«.»{>!.>!; 

Sucl^l U'U. o. (ircli.l »c((, ■. 



siiZ''it'*y'-K«d,,u-iim', 

SdJSiU, *^1([,'(. HdWHl^ 
SodaJilT, lidll'lll, (. EHrff*. 

ri.. «iJW, f. - 

SoddMi, i<ld'<i,pirt.^ u atM . 
Suddr, tld'dl, (dJ. ewiwrt d* 

Hsdrr, 'ij'dlr, 1. niubirr, I. 

Sodoujf^, ild-dimil!, I. itxle- 
Sodouijr/tV'dlml, •, ttJiinlr,' 

Soh.tt'tl" "i^., c«.»;«r, .. 

ioffit,.ar(it,...o/^(',t. 

JlrjriiUi eomftUinntt »^6- 



Id' ■"' 

iotilT, llnil, tdt. tKollmtal : 
li"™™!?''"' ' ""'" 
•ncllau, ttmiaiU, Mlioi- 



wfMrf, (. 



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Siifl-rnf*, Sof|-ro\r, sAfl'ri. k. Soh'iimialj SulSni'netl, adj. au- li'uire, ermiti', m. 

luitf tie foht-m. {. 'ti'.' lennrl.^ Soliliulo, ^vl'letAde, M. «p/ifit^^ 

^•■'"JSS '*2'i:^,.iilj. humid f,nnn- Sulfiniiity,.<!*Il?in'nitJ, s. iro.V/i- f.-.Jesi'rt, m. 

Sulio! *'.hi', int. /f"/,i.' /;«/ nite , f.nmpf . ce'remunie reli- Solivauailt, s'l1v'l(;int, adj. fni 
Soil, *''i I, «. jir Ml." .'.vrr. tuK./ir, {.: 



J'umi-r, eiigriii* ; »<•/. trrmir, 
trrrain. u\.\ - of a «ild boar, 
<. ••>«;'.'•■ iVun fitns'iir. f. 

Suil. "'il, \. .1. t'-ui^ffr. Kitlir, 
giitcr, ffllif r. f njaner ; J'u- 
ntfr uite t' rrf. 

Si)ilin*'<«,<'ii'^iir«., ,. *ouu 
inalf-rnfirt le. f. 

S-Jily. sVi'i^ 3'lj. falf. 



gifuxe : grui'ilc, f. 



SoN'miiizatiou , sullima^/I' 



qui vo*fage tful. 
I'llr, s. g renter, gait- 



er re ou 
Sull.'ir, sii 
Rhnii , s. tolennifaliun , ceW' tar, m. 
hraiion. f. Snllirlt fir., t. Solicit etc. 

SolHiiiiiizp, 5Sl'I?mnlze, t. a. Siiliiii/.ati(in, silmJzi'shSa, s. 
»olrniii*er. celehrer. i "oljrge, m. 



SoI'Miinly. sJriemli, adr. m- .Solo, si'lA, ». rmaii.) *»/o, n. 

lUure, l.iinelUmrnl. ■ SoNtice, sil'itls,*. (anlr.) Mi 

SolHiiP«!*, <4:e'ne<, ». qualite lice.m. r^oltlicia 



■?• y 



tal*- 
l^oltlicial. 



, ■ tl'eire aeuhnmflicite, f. ; SohtitinI,sSlj*l^iih'il,adJ. (a*tr.) 

S>ijourii,«Vj'?rn.T. n.^r'/ottrnrr. Sol**!}!!**, y&'lealte, s. (hist. nat.) Solubility, silibll'^l^, a. rolu- 

Si>journ. ^'I'jHrn, Snjdum- T/'"''/'!,' ^ ' *''«''i f. Itiiftaluble. 

iiumt, si'jSrninlpnt, s. feiour, So !•■<» *3i;fl. v-.a-fmas.) W/frr. iSoliihle, aftl'Abl. adj. *oiubU, 

m. Solicit. «ihs'<ii,T. ».»olliciter. Solution. silA'chdn,*. goiutiaitt 

S'-iinirnnr, «i'jflrnSr, a. 7MI tr- fi/ flier . frier. Jemander,' dit'otulion, t. 

joiirne Jam Mti lieu, e'tninger, iti;:i;er.in,f.urtuner. ' SoIiltivP, sSI'AiIt, adj. (bM.) 

111. i»ou i'mnnnaie}. in. Solii'it.itii»n , s jlisiti'sh'in , 9. | qui Idehe U venire, wolulij\ 



Si.l. ^fl, «. (mu-s.; W: Wfi/; *"/.'iy//.i/i.>/i . 9UJ plicalion t \ larati/. 




Solcl»T, sfVti'Ar, «.. fouiJure {.,.... 




tolJal , Di.: fool -, «. fantat' , .- y- • . . ,. .• 

«in. m.: horse -, cavaiier, m. I C''«''""«cr, /r/-ni../,r ; «a/i/r, 

Soldiprlik«'.sAl'dzh»rlIke, Sol- Solidly', iSl'J^dlJ, adr. Molide- 

tllPrly, sil'djhnrl*, adj. tie rnent. avec realite. 
So*f^f:ff:.^!f"%7.:..u,.,u,-. . SolidnPss.sftnldn^sT.SoIidilr. 

m" 

Sold 

teaq 
pea, f. )il. 




que degre'i -how, adT. defm- 
(vn ou d^ autre f d'une ms- 
niere ou d" autre t — thioff, a. 
el adt. quelque ehote, B.: Ha 
fieu: -time, ad«. au trefoU, 
jiidif ; -times, adT. quelque- 
J'oi*, de tempa en tempt; tan- 
tot ; -what. s. el adv. quelque 
cho*e ; en quelque aorte, tant 
aritpeu; -where, adr. ^m^/amc 
,-. », .. ,... , _ »;'.'"•'•'• ^o"* '«'V<';" '•'•*''• ;•«'•'• «■« q'tflfue lieu ,- -while, 

SoJp, sAlo, adj. aeul, unique. Soliloquize «!..hl'ikw!ze, t. n. adv. uue foia, jutiu. 
SoIp, sMe , ». n/a/i/** </« pied; " -^{V,'"' «« aolilo.juet ■ SoiiiPMnult , aSm'marsIlt, So- 

aernelle; fole IpoiafOH). t. Soliloimy, solii'-^kw*, a. »w/i- inprsPt, a<(m'milniit, a. g-iut 

SoIp. sAlo, T. a. meltredea ae- \ toque, monologue, m. Zde. ptrilleur, aaut de carpe. n. 

mellea, rea*emeller. {ine. m. ' Solippde, sSl'ipJde, adj. fo/i/'e-. SoiiinniiilMiIiAlil , RffDinim'bA 
Solecism, .sdl'^Hlzm, It. tfo/c'cM-Solitnire, SuH^tlrc', «. ermite,^ {"{im, 9. aomiiamhuliame, n. 
Solecizp, sil' hlzv, r. n. com- I solitaire, m. Somiiniiibulist, i<{mDlnii>lI1it, 

mettre dea aole'ciamea. \ Solitarily, sSl'l^tir^]} , adr, to- •• aomnumhule. m. 

Solely , uhle'li y hdr. aeulement, : titairement, en ermite. Soinnil'prous , aSmnlrilrl* , 

uniquement. {pompeux. Solitariness, sSl'Utirinia, a. Soinmlic , sSreolrlk , adj. 

Solemn, .•iM'em, adj. aolennel,\ solitude, retraite. f. aomnijere, aoporiffque. 

Solpmness,8Sl'imD2a,t.Solem-: Solitary, sM'lhlrJ, adj. «o/i-i Somuolpuce , aSm'iiAllue , 

uitj< I tuire; retire f desert; -t». 90-'. Somnolency, aim'niliiiai, i. 



•s 



i .^.„ 

u»«oin-. ^'. a. I " nitB - ; Suwi.-, rfl.^ ». (pop.) •f'jfi*''. 

ml. '''^^"'"(^^'J^.SoiiV, >IUr, l.t.elB. aiiirir,'Bowtr,itln,r.t.(pOfjKiwf- 
"^'-ii^"'"''"^ '"^"' "''"' '■'"■'"'> 'n^"--Sliii,iBl,«.Miirf.^,nM«. 



(iiuulit,)<l*(,ifr<l.tlp«Tl. /fr 10 



/on. I Sll.ind, iplld, s. *par4, B. 






!K miJi.m.:\ 



s SuiilW.ird, iMiA-kIM, . 



IB~ ' ^l>ana. >l>tM. ■> paillnir, f. 



. .eii»i.jc, •plort, .. », frmpptr dm 



S|>n«n, >pl3u, s. tiill^. 






,.','• JiZ!,i^, a. ,itl^.ti 



SpnijI.sprlB, "■M"«<«"™-.». 



S^HiiiLit >|niiiu, t. pip Ji*H 



STA 

. t 

Stair, stire, a. Jog re, marche 
(Tun eacalier f m.; stairs, pi. 
espalier J m. [in. 

Staircase, stire'klse, s. eicdlier, 
Stake, atikke. a. pieu, poteau; 
bUcher; jaion, m.; perche ; 
cloiaon, f.; danger; enjeu, m. 
tniae ; gageure , f.; at - , en 
danger; my life is at -, i7 y 
va ae ma vie; to lay all at -, 
haaarder le tout pour le 
.tout. 
Stake, stlke, t. t. garnir de 
pieux ; metire au jeu ; haaar- 
der, risquer. Uactique. 
Stalactic, sttrtk'tlk. adj. sta- 
Stalactites, sttliktl'tlz, s. sta- 
lactite.^ f. [.lagmite, f. 
Stalasinite, sttllg'mltc, s. sta- 
Stli^ff stile , ad'i.vieujr , moisi, 
aigre; use', gate, evente; — 
bread, s. pain rassis , m.; - 
beer, s. biere eventee ou plate, 
f .J to grow -, vieillir, aater ; 
— , 8. echelon, ra.\'manrhe , f.; 
appdty va. amorce; biere un 
peu acide ; putain, f. 
Stale, stile, t. a. et n. faire 
vieillir , faire passer, user; 
uriner , Idcher de I'eau (Jes 
chei'aux), llong temps. 
Stalely, stlle'l^, adj. depuis 
Staleness, stile'ois, s. vieil- 

lesse, platitude, f. 
Stalk, stiwk, 8. tuyau, TO.', tigc, 
queue (des fruits etc.) ; de- 
marche fiire, {. 
Stalk, stffwk/ V. n. marcher ^fi^ 
rement ; marcher doucement ; 
chatser h la. lonnelle, traqner. 
Stalker, stiwk'Br, s. qui a la 
demarche fiere; Jilet a pe- 
cher, m. % 

Stalking:, stiwk'ing, s. (cbass.) 
lonnelle, traque, f.; —horse, S. 
chtfval d'abrit pre'texte, m. 
Stalky, stiwk'J, adj. dur , co- 

riace.- 
Stall, still, s. e«/7ace occupe par 
un cheval dans une ecurie, m. 
e'curie , etable ; e'chopjje, f. 
e'talage, '^tal, va. boutique de 
boucher ; stalle.^t.; -boat, s. 
Borte de bateau pecheur, f.; — 
fed, adj. nourri au sec dans 
une etable; -man, s. etala- 
giste, va.', -money, s. e'talage, 
liallage, m.; -worth, adj. ro- 
biiste, vigoureux. 
Stall, still, Y. a. et n. Stabler; 
installer, investir ; demeurer ; 
etre rassasie. 
Stallage, st3ll'idje,s.e7a/ag'e,m. 
Stallion. stSl'ySn, s. e'talon, va. 
Stain, stam, s. Ironc, va. tige, f. 
Stamen, sttm'in, s. (bpt.) e'ta- 
mine, f. [jelqmines. 

Stauiened, stlm'^nd, adj. (bot.) a 
Stamina, sttm'lnl, s. pi. (bot.) 
et amines, f.pl. 



871 

Staminale, sttm'Inlte, t. a. mu- 
nir d* e'tamines ; douer de vi- 
gueur. [(bot.) stamineux. 

Stamineous, stlmtn'^Ss, adj. 

Staminiferous,sttmmlDlf'%rSs, 
adj. (bot.) staminifire. 

Stammel, sttm'mSl, s. couleur 
rouge; grosse femme, t. 

Stammer, stlm'mSr, t. d. ftc-» 
gayer, balhutier. 

Stammerer, stim'mSrSr, s. be- 
gue, m. et f. bredouilleur, m. 

Stammering , stim'mSr^ng , s. 
be'gayement, m. hesitation, f. 

Stammeringly, sttm'mSr^ngll, 
adv". en begayant, avec hesi- 
tation. 

Stamp, sttmp, s. poingon, coin ; 
balancier, m.; empreinte, im- 
pression, f.; timbre, cachet, va. 
gravure, estampe, f.^, moule, 
m.; trempe, f.j -cutter, s. gra- 
veur de poingons, va.; -duty, 
-fee, s. droit du timbre, m.; 
-office, 8. burgau de timbre, 
m'.\ -paper, s. papier timbre', 
va 



Stamp, sttmp, y. a. et n. fraP" 
per au pied, fouler auxpieds ; 
piler ^ broyer; einpreindre, 
imprimer, estampiller, estdm- 
per ; bosseler; timbrer; con- 
tra ler; tre'pigner. 

Stamper, stimp'Sr, s. esphce de 
pilon , f.; de'tritoir, m. 

Stamping, slimp'lD'g,.8. batte- 
ment des pieda, trepignement, 
m.; -mill, a.^bocard, bocam- 
bre, m. • ' 

Stanch, stSnsh, adj. bon, en bon 
e'tat ; ferme, inebranlable, ve- 
ritable ; -dog, s. chien qui a 
bon nez, chien assure, m.; - 
kn^ve, s. fripon fieffe', va. 

Stanch, stinsh, t. a. et n. etan- 
cher, arreler ; s'arreter. 

Stanching, stlnsh'lng, s. etan- 
chement, va. 

Stanchion, sttn'shSn, s. etan- 
qon , appui , ml 

Stanchless , sttnshM^s , adj. 
^qu'on ne peut etancher, qu'on 
ne peut arreler. 

Stanchness, stSnsh'nSs, s. bdnte 
d'une marchandise ; Cons- 
tance, ferme te', f. z^le, m. 

Stand, sttiidjS. station, f.poste, 
m. placfi, f.; delai, m. pause, 
halte ; resistance, f.*, embar- 
ras, m. peine, perplexite', f.j 
gue'ridon, va. console, t. e'ta- 
geres, f. pl.i e'talage, m.j to 
make a -, faire halte, s'arre- 
ter; resister , s'opposert to 
put to a -, embarraaser ; to 
put one to a -, me^ttre an. en 
peine; to be .at a -, etre en- 
auspena, itre embarrasae'. 

Stand, 8tliid« ▼. i. etn. irr. *n- 
durer, resister, aoutemr,main- 



STA 

— y— ^— '^ ■ ■■ ■■»■■■■! 

tenir, defendre ; itre debout, 
ae tenir^ debout; demeurer 
ferme, continuer; itre aitue, 
itre place'; aubaister; ft^arre- 
ter ; r eater tranquille, ae de'- 
fendre, /"eaiater, ae redreaaer, 
repoaer ; to - fast, tenir ferme, 
ne paa bouger; to — sentry, 
faire aentinelle, itre en fac- 
tiou ; to - watching, reater a 
guetter; to - to an opinion, 
peraiater dana une opinion; to 
- upon one's guard, ae tenir 
atir aea gardea ; to - in need of 
a thing, avoir b^'oin de qeh.; 
to - in stead of, tenir lieu de ; 
to — in awe of, avoir peur de ; 
to-- in fear of one, craindr* 
qn.i to - in doubt, douter de; 
to- godfather ou godmother to 
a child, tenir un enfant aur 
leafonta de baptime; to - on 
end,«e dresser, se herisaer; ae 
tenir debout; to — out- of the 
way, ae mettre a Vectirt ? to - 
toil, tenir ferme, tenifbon; 
to - upon ceremonies, faire 
dea ceremoniea, faire deafa- 
fona; to - one's ground, de'- 
Jendre le terrain, ne paa ci- 
der ; to - one's word, tenir aa 
parole, tenir parole;' to - 
jabout, environner ; to - against, 
re'aiater, a*oppoaer; to — by, 
etre auprha ; aoutenir, difen- 
dre ; ■ itre poae aur ; to .- for, 
ae presenter comme candidat ; 
d^endre, aoutenir ; ae diriger 
vera ; to - forth, avaricer, pa- 
vancer ; to - in, couter, itre 
expoae li ; peraevirer dana ; to 
— off, ae -tenir e'loigntf, ae tenir 
a Vecart; re'sister; tester 
dans I' indifference; projeter; 
to - out, tenir bon, tenir 
ferme ; resister ; ddborder, 
projeter; to - to, peraiater 
dana, a' en tenir h; ae diriger 
vera; to - under, entrepren- 
dre, aoutenir; resister; to - 
up, se lever, se- tenir debout ; 
se dresser, ae herisaer ;' for- 
mer un parti ; to - upon, lu- 
aister aur ; regarder, ealimer. 
se faire gloire de ; to - With, 
a'accorder avec. convenir. 
Standard, siJu'dlrd, a. ,Aen- 
dard, va. bJkniere, f.; e'talon ; 
titre ; modile ; poida original ; 
arbre, m.j (mar.) courbeift.pl.; 
i-bearer, s. porte-itendard, 
porte-drapeau,xat\ >b<ioks,pl. 
ouvraeea claaaiquea, m.pl. 
Standel,slln'4l^l,8. vieil arbre, 

baliveau, ta. 

Stander, 8ttnd'Sr,8. qui ae tient 

debout f vieil arbre, m.} - by 

ou by-, 8. apectateur. m. 

Standing, sttnd'lliff, adi. itabli^ 

fixe, bonttanti durable; tta- 



STA 



372 



STA 



fllulMu 



-' Stare, sUrr,T. n.regardrrjire- 'Startlisli, irAr'tlTsha v. fllutl 

/ ment ; regarder avec e/OAR*^ . Startup, stlrt'^, T. UptlUt. 

tiifnt; lu - in the face, eire Starvation, atlrrilAi^ §•■ 



e'videnty aautfr uux yfux; 



gnaitl, dormant; — armv, s. ar- 
me'e fur fifd, f.s —dish. s. fdat 
ordlhiiirf, pain qiiotidien, m 
— irater, s. fan slagnanle on \ 

</ornia/irr, f.;-ri^giii;:,s. (mar.) , - one in tbe f»ce , "ntgarder 
manoeuvri-n dormante*^ f. pi.; [ ftrement qn. en face. 
-wages, 8. pi. gages Jixetf m. jsinr^r, sti'rSr, s. qui re^arde 
pi. I fixeinent. \jnent. 

Standing, atSndinp, s. «^«r«^''; . Staring! v. stl'Hngli, adf. fire- 





9 F" 

StandisIi,stlnd'^sh,8.e'cW/oirr, ' ' '* 



Stang, stlnji, pr6t. de to Sling, 
Stang,sting,8. perche (meaure), 
f. 



tnent . 



stXrk'i*. 
fortement. 



adv. 



rude- 



Stnrl(>8S, star'li.s adj. nana e'loi- 
Starlike, st&r'llke, adj. e'toiU; 
brillanl. 



Stank, stlngk, pr6t. de lo Stink. | starling, stlr'llng.a. aanaonnet^ 
Stank, st:)n;:k, ad^./aihle, e'pui- j elourneau ; ( arcli.) e'peron , 

ae'; -, k. elangy m. digue, f. | briie-glace, m. 
Stannary , sllu'nir* , adj. qui Starost, stlr'rftst, 8. ataro»te, m. 

concerne le»minea d'etain; -, Slarosty, stlr'r8stA,s. »faro»fiV, 

6. mine d'e'luin, f. ^ I '• W'etoilea, etoile. 

Stann*'l,5iiii'n1l,s. cre'cerelle, f, I Starred, sflir'rfd, adj, pameme 
Stnnz.i, i)t3u'zl, s. stance, t. ■ Starring, stlr^ng, adj. e'tince- 
Staple, iti'pl, adj. <i'e/a/'tf, eVa-- lant. Id'etoili-a. 

hli, regie'; -commodity, s. Starry, stSr'rl, a«y. ^toiVe, or/ie 



s. etaj-fj f. entrepot, maga-^ 
I, m.; gache{d'une aerrure). 



mar chit nd if e dWtape, f . ; 
trade,, s. commerce e'tabli, m.\ 

-, s 
ain 

f. 

Stapler, stl'plSr, 8. marchand, 
m.; wool-, 8. marchand de 
laine, Di. 

Star, stSr, s. e'toiU. f.j astre ; 
a8te'risque,m.\ blaztUk'— ,s. c»- 
ttiele , (.; (Iviiij:-, s. e'toiie i-u- 
lante, f.: -chamber, s. cham- 
bre etoile'e, f.; -lish, s. astf'rie j 
Cjtoisfon), (.', -flower, s. or/ii-| 
thogale, f.; -gazer, s. aslrolo- j 
g«e, m.; -IiKht, adj. eclaire' 
par les e'toiles, etoile; -,s. 
lueur des etoilea, f.; -shoot, s. 
itoile tombante, t.\ -thistle, s. 
chardon etoile, m.; — wort,s. 
astre, m. 

Star, 8t?r, ▼. a. e'loiler, /tier 
{une bouteille). 

Starboard, silr'b&rd, s. (mar.) 
atribord, tribord, m. 

Starch, stSrtsh, s. empois, ami 
don, m 
nier, m 



-i Start, st'drt, s. treaaaillement 
bondifsement. saut {de pear) ; 
acces, m. aaillie, f.; cuu/) ; </e- 
part , m.; bv starts, /mr Aou 



tadea, par elana; lo give a -, 
faire un elan ; to gel the -, 
devancer, pre'venir, 
,' Start, si^rt, t. a. et n. faire 
I tressaillir , troubler; lancer; 
aoulez'er, mettre sur le tapis, 
propoJter; decouvrir, aperce- 
foir ; disloquer; tressaillir, 
aauter, trembler; partir, re- 
culer, hesiter; to - a qaestion, 
en tamer une question ; to - & 
hare, lancer un liei're; lo — a 
dispute, faire naitre une dis- 
pute ; to — to glorj', s*elancert^ 



lo ' defaim, f. 

Starve ^ stinre, t. '•« at 
mourtr de jam , mffik 
fa ire mourir de froid i tm 
de faim; tnourir d» fruid% 
etre detruit ; to — nith mi ti 
hunger, mourir de fmimt t* 
- with OK for cold , tmomrir d* 
froid. 

Starveling, stIrr'IliiCi m* '^ 
fami, mourant defaim t M«i^ 
gre; -, 8. animal mmagrtf M. 

Statar>-, sti'ttrt . ai^. fie^, tU- 
termini, r^gle. 

State, alJkte, a. ^tat , m. cmiA- 
tion , aituation f terre\ prer 
prieti, f.; rang, aa. ^■■ir** 
f.( gouvemementf mi^^^m- 
blique t pompe, mmgni/ietmce, 
f.{ daia, m.} to keop -» iemr 
aa dignity I to live in grttf -, 
vivre a la grander to lie la -^ 
etre erpoaeeur nn lit de po' 
rade ; bed of -, a. lit de pa- 
rade, m.; statei general, a. fl* 
les ^tuta eeneraujc t —affair, 8. 
ajfuire d'etat, f.j — crimiad, t. 
criminel d*etat, m.i -mittialer, 
a. miniatre d'etat, m.f -Boa- 
ger, 8. politique offieieux, m.\ 
-prison, a. prison d*e'tai, U 
-roon , 8. chambrm d* parm- 
de, f . 

Stite, stlte, T.a. /tahlir.r/gltrt 
const at er, de'tailler, tremfmt. 

Statedly, sti'tidli, adv. r^gmlie- 

Statelineaa, stlie'llnia, a. di- 
gnite, grandeur, pompa, mm- 
gnificence, tA orgueil, ■. 

Stately, atitelJ, ad], el «di. 
majeatueux, magnifitifue, pom< 
peux ; majeatueueenaent, ptm 
peusement, faatueueemaeul. 



A la gloire ; to -aside , to - | Statement, atlte'Hint, a. ^ait 
from, to - out of, *'ir'/oi^n<T; detail, procia -verbal, rap- 
a'e'carter: lo - back, reculer, \ port, erpoae', m. 

Statesman, stites'mln, a. Amm 
me d'etat, politifmet miniUre 
d'e'tat, m. 
Static, sitf^k. Statical, attflk 
tl, adj. ^tti a rapport Jk la alo- 
tique. [f. 



aauter en arriere ; lo — up, 
a'e'lever, parai'tre ; (mar.) lo - 
the anchor, de'planter I'ancre; 
to - water, vider I'eau dea 

, -. _ ,- -„ piecea. 

-maker, a. umidon' ■ Starter, 8l^rt'2r, s. qui recnle, 

I poltron ; chien courant, m. 
Starch, stlrtih, V. a. eiM^jMer. | Starting, slSrting, adj. peu 
Starched,slirL<ib*d,adj. empese'; ^ reur. ombrageux ; -dinner, s. 
affects. CStarchnesM. I diner de voyageur , m.\ -,8. 

Starchedness , slftrb>hd'n&s, t. j tressaillement ; depart, m. 
Starcher, atart.sh'or, s. empe- Startingly , atSrt'^ngU , adv. 

aeur, m. emprseuse. t. ■ par bout ad es. Igeux. -, r- •*•• 

SUrching, stdrtshjliie, s. wn-' Startish, siirt'lsh, adj. on.bra- Station, sli'shaB,T. a. el a. 
pesage, m. laJTectation. Startle, slir'll, s. tressaillvment, I ner une place, poater, pit 

Starchly, slHrtsh'U, adv. avec* m.\ alarme, f. I atationner. 



Statics, sttflka, a. pi. tUmUfue, 
- Station , ati'shla , a. Bitrnm- 
tion, position, eonditiom, tjf 
paste, m. place, f. empioit 
e'tat , rang; (ehOBI. d. f.) da- 
barcadere. Bi. gare, f.| <-«taff, 
8. perche darpenteur, f. 



Starchness, startjh'nis, a. i^f- Startle, star'll, t. a. et n. faire 
fectation, f. . " 

Stare, slire, s. regard fixt;^ alarmer; a'effrarjer 
atournaau (piaeau), m. ; mer. 



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T(i|i, tup, s. cime , t. sommet, , 
J'ai'te , eombte, m.\ aurface;* 
toiipie, f. aabot, m.i hunr, f.; . 
from - to to« , de la te'te aux • 
fiieds, de pietl en cap ; boot-, ! 
8. revera ti'une bulte, m.; fore i 
—f%.hunede miraine, f.; mizen 
-, ji. hune d'urtimon , f.? — • 
hootfl, «. pi. hotte* a revern, f. | 
pi. I (mar.; -block, .«. jmulie dr^. 
puindrri**e . f.: -t;a!Iant, ». ' 
( mar.) / /«t hanie t'nile.f. per- 
roifttrt. in.; -Lallaii>-^ails,s. pi. 
vuifett de prrratfiiet. f. pi.; - 
gaUant-mastSjS.pl. m/if* de per- 
roquet, m. pi.; -gallant-.vards, 
M. pi. fergttea de perroquel . f. 
pi.; -heavy, adj. r/u«/ la parfie 
aupe'rieure eat trap penante'^ 
pour la par tie inferieure; ivre; i 
-knot , s. J'ontange , f.} -Ian- | 
tern, n.fanal de hune, xn.{ - 
man, s. celui dea acieura de 
long qui eat au haut ; (mar.) 
ganier, m.; -mast, s. milt de 
hune, m.; -most, s. le plua 
haut; -proud, adj. orgueil- 
leux jiiaquu la de'mencet — 
sail, s. (mar.) hunier, m. voile 
de perroqiiet , f.; -stOne, 8. 
pierre de detaua, f. 
Top, t6p , T. a. et n. orner le 
aommet ; aurpaa^er; renche- 
rir; tailler, eteter; %* clever, 
dominer. 
Toparoh, ti'p?rk, s.toparque,m. 
Topnrchy, ti'pJrki, s. lopar^ 

chie, f. 
Topaz, ti'plz, a. topaze, f. 
Topdraiiiing, tSp'drln^ng, s. 

deaae'chement , m. 
Topdrf'ssing, tSp'dr?ss1ng, a. 

couche d'engrai^, f. 
Topp, lipCfY. u.boireavecercea. 
Toper, ti'pSr, s. ivrogne, bibe- 
ron, to. ip*^i f. 

TopPt, t&'pSt, 8. mesange A1//7- 
Topfiil , t^p'fftl , adj. plein jua- 

qu'au bord, tout plein. 
Topliaceous,t&fi'8hS8,adj .pier- 

reux, graveleux. 
Topliet, tSf'rtt, 8. enfer, m. 
Topic, tSp'p^k, 8. topiquea, m. 
pL aujetf m. matiire, f.; to- 
pi^ue. m. llocal. 

Toi)ical, tjp'ikll, adj. topique, 
Topically , i8p'ik3ll* , adv. 

d'une manibre locale. 
Topless, tSp'l?s, adj. aann aom- 
met . Itopographe, m. 
Toposrni)hor, tipSg'grlfUr, s. 
Topo{»r.iphic , tApAgrSffik , 
Top()5jraphi'caI, tApAgrlffik 
tl, adj. topogranhique. 
Topography, lipS-'grlfJ, s. 

topographie, f. 
Topping, tiJp'p^ng, adj. hup- 
pe'f diitingue. 



402 

Toppingly, iSp'plngli, adf. 

Jiirement, hautainement. 
Toppins. tSp'plns, a. pi. (mar.) 

e'loupillona , m. pi. 
Topple, tSp'pI, T. n. tomber en 

devant ; tomber. 
Topsyturvy, tip'sJtSr'vi, adr. 

aena deaaua deaaoua. en de'aor- 

dre ; to tam -, bouleveraer. 
Tor , tSr , s. tour, petite tour ; 

eminence , f. 
Torch, tSrtsh,s. torehe, t. flam- 
beau, m.; —bearer, ». porle- 

flainbeau, m.; -light, 8. lu- 

miere d'une torehe, f.; -thistle, 

8. eierge epineiur, m.; -weed, 

8. (bot.) bouillon btanc, m. 
Torclienes, iSrtsh'^ois, «. mo- 

raillea , f . pi. [eclaire. 

Torcher, tSrtsh'Sr, s. celui qui 
Tore, tire, pr6t. de to Tear. 
Torment, \\T'm%ni,i.tourment, 

m. peine, torture, t. aup- 

plice, m. 
Torment, tSrmZnl', r. a. tour- 

mentert vexer, impalienter. 
Tormenter, tirmSnt'Sr, s. qui 

tourmente, bourrean, m. 
Tormentif , tirmSn'tll, s. lor- 

mentille , f. 
Tormentor, t. Tormenter. 
Torn, t&rn, part, de to Tear. 
Tornado, torni'di^ 8. ouragan, 

m. (Apoiaaoii), f. 

Torx^edo , iSrpJ'di , s. torpille 
'l'orj[>ent,tir'p?nt, adj. engourdi. 
Torpescence, tSrpls'sSose, s. 

engourdiaaement, m. 
Torpescentf tSrpSs'sSnt, adj. 

aaaoupi, engourdi. 
Torpid, tir'pid, adj. torpide, 

engourdi. 
Tori>idity,t8rp1d'Jt*, Torpid- 

noss, tSr'pldn^s, Torpitnde, 

tSr'p^tAde, s. torpeur, f. en- 
gourdiaaement, m. 
Torpor, tHr'pSr, s. torpeur, f.\ 

aaaoupiuemenl de I'eaprit, m. 
Torporific, tirpirlf'lk, adj. aa- 

aoupiaaant. 
Torrefaction, tSrriftk'sliiln, s. 

torrejaction, f. [jrotir. 

Torrefy, tftr'r J fl, t.«. torr^fter, 
Torrent, tSr'rZnt, adj. qui coule 

rapidement ; -, «. torrent, 

courant rapide, m. 
Torrid, tSr'r^d, adj. torride, 

briUant. 
Torridity, xtrrhA'lil, Torrid- 

nes8, tSr'r^daSs, s. chaleur 

brulante, f. 
Torse, tSrse, s. torae, m. 
Torsel, tSr's^l, s. toraade, f. 

torae, m. [tortillement, m. 
Torsion, tSr^sh8n, s. toraion, f. 
Torso, tSr'si, s. tronc mutile, 

torae, m. 
Tort, tirt, 8. tort, m. 



TOU 

Tortile, tSi'ill, a^J. tmrtUU^ 

ton. [ni^ frtunf f. 

Tortion, tSr'shSa^ ■. Ittmrmmt, 
Tortive, tSr'tlT, t. TortUt. 
Tortoise, ISr'tlt. ■. fartM, f.| 

-shell, A. ^eailU dt tmrlmt, f. 
Tortuosit3rj tftrtshiif'atll, i. 

tortuoaile, ainuontd, f. 
Tortuous, iftrnshiXa, aiy. fsrw 

tueux, ainuemjc. 
Tortuouaness, tBr'tshUnl^ t. 

Tortuosity. 
Torturable, tSr'tshlrlbl, iQ. 

plein de iourmentM, 
Torture, t&r'tahAra, •. imnfM 

douleur violemte t amriM, U 
Torture, t6r'tshAr«, t. •. f 

rer; tourmenier, vextr. 
Torturer, t&r'tsliArSr, a. 1 

reau, m. ZtomrmemlaMl. 

Torturous. tBr'tshAria , a4|. 
Toms, ti'rSs, a. (arch.) tore, m. 
Torvity, tSr'TAti, a. regmrJte- 

vire, m. a^v^itd, f. 
Torvous, t&r'TSs, at^, mm^kt, 

aevire. 
Tory, tl'rJ, ^.tory, roymiiHt, m. 
Torysm, tA'rizm, s. towymm^m, 
Tose, t&xe, t. a. emrdtr d» U 

laine. 
Toss, t^ n.fet, B. 9ieoium.U 

emharrau, B.f mmnikrm »0^ 

tee de lever te tiim, f.| •-fl^fc 

ivrogne f m. 
Toss, tta , T. a. at B. iff. Jjalv 

avee la main t lmitem\ mrnlkt 

tert mgitert 4trm mgmt An 

i ia merci dot -to »'n • 

blaaket, bemerg lo - imimif* 

mindtTuminen to - off, Im^mt 

to - uptjouerA eroUe on mpUt. 
Tosser, tis'alr, s. ^JaUt, fai 

lance, bememr, m. 
Tossing, tfta'slag, a. 

meat, m. atfcoaiatej f. 
Tost,t&at, prtl.atpait. i 
Tot, tSt, T.«. eoCJMT, U 
Totage, t&'tl4{a, v. TolaUQr. 
Total, t&'tti, •!d\. lalmi, rnOkr, 

compUtt -, a. total, aaawtoai, 

">• . M . . Ctota^ a. 

Totnlitr.t&tlrll), a. talmiU,t. 
Totallf, ti'iiuA, air. 

ment, eHtiireamamim 
T'other, pomrt 
Totter. tSt'llr, t. b. 

vaciller, branler. 
Tottering, iftnUBLadU. cAto- 

celant t ~, 8. cAflMMflaMnl^B* 

vacillation^ f. 
Totteringly, tStflMagll, aif. 

d^une maniire chaaaciimmta* 
Tottery, tSi'tSr*, Tottf, iflrab 

adj. chancelant, 
Totuui, t^'tSm, a. tofAM, ■. 
Touch, tSlsh, 8. toHckert tocC, 

atiouchement, m.i ^iriMW, f> 

examen, m.; toueka, f. $tiit, 

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Votnnit.Tl-Ltrlil, 



VolPr, .l-lif, >. 1 
Voucli, vlliik. •. I 






'&"^vr\n) ,il. 



I'dlrln^, 1^. 



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Tfaywnrilj wl'nilri, irlj. ic-'iii 
Vajwrirdly, wl'irSnll), idi 



WEE 



447 



WEY 



credi. na. [pel it morceau. 

.'ee, wi , adj. -petit ; a - bit, un 
"^^eecli-elm, wiilsh'elm, s. ea- 
f pcce d'ortne , f. 

V "%Veecl» w^id, s. mauvaise herbe, 
'{.% habit, m.; -hook, s. *«r- 
cloir, vn. 
• "^V'eed, wi^d. t. a. sarcler. 
"VlTeeder, w*M'2r, s. aarcleur, 

m. garcleiise, f. 

. "Weeding, wiid'ing, s. aarclage, 

m.; -hook, s. Hare loir, na. 
. "Weedless, w^id'I?s, adj. sana 
^. mauvaisea herhea. 
^I "Weedy, TviJd'^, adj. convert de 
•^ mauvaiaea herbea. 

■ Week, wiik, s. aemaine, f.j -day, 
^ 8. /our (/e la aemaine; jour 

ouvrier, m. 
\- Weekly, w^^k'li, adj. et adv. 
2 . hebdomadaire ; chaque aeinai- 
_rt ne, par aemaine. 
J. Weel , w^^l, s. tournant , gou- 
fre ; filet , m. 
. Ween, w^cn , v. n. penaer, ima- 

giner, a' iniaginer. 

• Weening, wiin'ing, s. penaee, 

opinion , f. [.de'plorer. 

f "Weep, wi^p, V. a. et n. pleni-er, 

Weeper, w^^p'iJr, s. pleureur, 

m. pteureu.te, f. 

*■ "Weeijing, wi^^p'ing, s. pleura, 

m. pi. lamentation , f.; -wll- 

i"- Iow,_ s. aaule pleureut , m. 

<^. Weepingly, wiip'ingli, adv. en 

^ pleurant. [moroae. 

Weerish , wiJr'lsh , adj. fadej 

r "Weet, wJit, V. n. irr. connaitre, 

aavoir, [_calandre, f. 

! "Wee-yil, wJ'vl, s. c/jarrtHf OK, m. 

Weft, w?ft, s. trame du drap, 

< f.; tiaau , m.; e'pave, f. droit 

d'e'pave, m. 

TV'eflage, w?f'tldje, s. tiaau, m. 

\\'eigli, wl, V. a. et n. peaer; 

examiner, conaiile'rer ; to - 

anchor, lever Cancre; to — 

down, Vemporferaur; oppri- 

mer. idea traveraea, i. pi. 

Weigh-barsjwi'barz, s.pl. gran- 

Weigli-rbridge , wi'bridje , s. 

baacule pour peaer lea voiturea 

chargeea, f. [/e. 

Wejglied, wide, adj. erpe'rimen- 

Weigher, wi'i^r, s. peaeur, m. 

Weighing, wi'^ng, s. action de 

peaer, f. peaage , m. peace, f.; 

—house , S. bureau de peaage, 

m.; -machine, s. baacule pour 

Woeaer, f. 
eight, wlte, s. poida. m. pe*. 
santeur; grnvite', {. jardeau, 
faix, m.; importance , conae- 
quence,t.\ standard-, s./70i</«- 
tnatrice , m.i weights, pi. ba- 
lance, f . 

Weiglitily, wl'liU, adv. pesam- 
ment, avec importance. 

Weightiness, wi'tin?s, s. pe- 



aanteur , gravite; force, im^ 

port an ce, f. 
TVeiglitless, wite'J?s, adj. le'ger. 
Wfiglity, wi'ti, adj. peaant , 

lourd; important, e^icace. 
W'Mrd, w^^/d, adj. aav'ant dana 

I'art magiqiie. 
Welaway, wSl'lwl, int. helaa! 
Welchrahbit, w?lsh'rlbbit, s. 

ramequin, m. 
Welcome, w?l'k8ra, adj. bien- 

venu; agre'able; you are — , 

iioua etea le bienvenu; — , s. 

bon accueil, m.; lo bid one -, 

faire un bon accueil a qn.; -, 

int. aoyez le bienvenu ! 
Welcome, w2l'kHm, v. h. faire 

un bon accueil a qn., recevoir 

avec ami tie. 
Welcomeness, wXl'kSmnJs, s. 

aurpriae agre'able ; auavite, f . 
Welcomer, w?i'k8m8r, s. qui 

fait un bon accueil h qn. 
Weld, w?ld, 8. gaude, f. 
Weld, w?ld, V. a. joindre, unir, 

aouder, forger. 
Welder, w?I'd8r, s. soudeur; 

directeur , m. 
Welding-heat, w?Id'^ngh4te, s. 

clinleiir a aouder, f. 
Welding-hot, w?ld'ingh8l, adj, 

chaitd a aouder. 
Weli'are, w?l'fire, s. bonheur, 

m. proaperite, f. bien-etre, m. 
Welk, w?lk, s. ride ; pe'toncle, f. 

Welked, wcik'd.adj. ride, ail- 
loitne. 

Welkin, w?rkln, s. firmament, 
ciel , vn. cieux , m. pi. 

Well, w2l, s. puita , m. aource, 
fontaine , f.; •the wells, pi. lea 
eaux; -cleanser,-s. ecureitrde 
puita , m.) -head,s. «oiira«, f.j 
-room, s. aeniine, t.\ -water, 
8. eau de puita, f. 

Well, w?J, adj.et adv. qui eat en 
bonne aante; heureux; conve- 
rt able ; bifn ; favorab lenient ; 
habilrment I tout a fait; com- 
modenient ; as — as, auaai bien 
que ; -enough, aaaez bien ; too 
-, trep bien, trap ; to be - with 
one, etre bien avecqn.; -, int. 
eh bien ! bon! -affected , adj. 
bien intentionne; -being, s. 
bien-etre, bonheur, m.; -born, 
adj. bien ne'; -bred, adj. bien 
e'leve'j poll , honnete ; —done, 
int. fort bien ! h merveille ! - 
favoured, adj. beau, charmant, 
agre'able a la vue ; -founded, 
adj. bien fond/; -grounded, 
adj. bien fonde, bien vera*; 
-intentioned, adj. bien inten- 
tionne; -meaning, adj. bien in- 
tionne , honnete; -met, int. 
heureuae rencontre ! bienren- 
cttntre'J -minded, adj. bien in- 
tentionn^i -natared, adj. d^un 



bon naturel; -nigh, adv. prea~ 
que , a peu prea ; -spent, adj. 
bien employe'; vertueux ; — 
spoken, adj. qui parle bien, 
aont la converaation eat a- 
gre'able; -tasted, adj. de bon 

font; -wilier, s. qui vent du 
ien aux autrea ; -wish, 8. 

aouhnit de bonheur, m.; — 

wisher, s. partisan, ami, m. 
Well, w2lj V. n. veraer, prodi- 

guer ; aourdre. 
Welladay, w?rSdl,int. helaa I 
Welt, w2lt, 8. bunde, bordure^ 

f. bard; tre'point {d'un aou- 

Her), m. 
Welt, w2lt, V. a. border. 
W'elter, wSlt'Sr, v. n. ae rouler, 

ae vautrer ; fig. ae baigner. 
W^m, w2m, s. marque, cicatrix 

ce; panae, f. 
Wen, w?n, s. loupe, f. gottre, m. 
Wench,w?nsh.s.^//«f coureu' 

ae, proatituee, f. 
Wench, wiinsb, t. n.fr/quetUtr 

lea femmea. 
Wencher, w^nsh'&r, s, diktm^ 

che, liber tin, m. Cf« 

Wend, w?_nd, s. etenduedt terhtf 
Wend, w'ind, v. n. alter, 9* en 

aller, paaaer, »e palter, 
Wennisli, w2n'n1sh , Wenny, 

w2n'nl, adj. goitreiix. 
Went, w?nt, pr^t. de to Go. 
Wept , w'^pt, pr^t. et part, de lo 

Weep. 
Were , wJre , s. digue, m. 
Weregild^ wire'glld, s. amend* 

pour meurtre, f. '[garou, m. 
Werewolf, wire'wSlf, s. loup- 
West,w2st, 8. oueat, Occident, 

m.; -, adj. et adv. occidental, 

de I'oueaf; a V oueat, au cou- 

chant. . 
WesLtering, w^s'lSr^ng, adj. qui 

Woaaae vera Voccident. 
esterly, wis'tSrlJ, Western, 
w2s't3rn, adj. d^ oueat, d* Occi- 
dent , occidental. 

Westward, w?si'w8rd. ady. vert 
Voccident, au couchant. 

Wet, wit, adj. mouille', humidej 
pluvieux ; -,s. humidite, moi- 
teur , f.; -couch, s. coucht 
trempee , f.; -dock, s. baaain, 
m.; -glover, s. megiaaier^ m.} 
-weathec, 8. tempa pluvieux, 
m. 

Wet, w2t, V. a. mouiller, arro- 
aer; (mar.) empeaer lunevoi- 
le). 

Wether, w2TH'2r, a. mouton, m. 

Wetness, wSt'nSs, s. humidity, 

moiteur, f.. 
Wetnurse, wSt'oSrse, s. nour~ 

rice. f. [rnide, moite, 

Wettish, wJt't^sh, adj. peu Au- 
Wex, wiks, v. n. crottre. [f. 
■Wey,vi,». meture de cinq voiea, 



f«e'lU'j.Vl]iiauit,iwla.'\at,i4l.fUm- 



WIi;>riiil < 

Wh-iritl 

nlliiriil , 

WIinHlWiiTrr, kwtfllblnl, •. i 
airrl!; Barliltt, mHrtile rvn- 

VVoir, ht<!M, PCKD. ilnnl, Jr' 
Wkiiin. hil'»l, Whniofvi- ' 



ImMi''' 






t. murcLa./ <le via, M.\ Winlning, llla'SrllMi? i. *« 
•iiciir, >. viunigrr, m. WintPrlT, wlirtliU, WintiiirT, 

Winelni, ■Ini'lti, ■41. pi wU-Hit.Wnlry.wta'trt.i^. 



imff, tardon, m.l t« 



rinied, "W-ld. MJ.' «»<•( n'i^ »i'llr"'.. #; rfi ndlif, « 

pi3.,^h,ct. d'^r4k.l, a.f,\\,n -,i/ei 

ringKn, uln'sJn, «. pi. {B d-<«-g,»l, ■>., -JrinH, .. m^ 

/unifl.i A- m*<„-i(, f. pi, ./fW, m.l -wnrli, > D«m*g- 



mir.) tim , , . 

, wtmliy., •. drill WingPn, ■1n'«Jn, «. pi. {B 



bouuif- Wink w^ncb ■ cjirnoljfmr "■ rntlat , trgfllpr, lirtf h9 



,„ __.._._ 'TfcZ'^l^ 

a, CfH) /«»«■ i« y rjffif.^l, n. I -ntll, 

winker, irln*'*'. ■• f"' '" wV.wf lrl,.«. if.// .f, 

d« senr, cliguativr, I Wi>, wit, T. 1. Irr. Mm 

wialrfrn,nl. onitirtt Ipov Mnvair. 

lArmaai, 1. pi. Wildoia, wIe'IIb.'i. MfMHI 

i'inking, .1.E>>'1'<B. ■■ 'a nr«>iM><»ic»i AeniAii/r. 



) twuonii, I. WinKing, -l»[il^^B, «. sei oiriwiMWt 

I, iniullll, 1. vWi i/i- rflgiiiv {Mornr, f. Viir, wJ», 

WinliinBlf, wfi-'--'— ' - ' ■■ 

Winnn, wln-nKi 

Vinning, wfirt 



diosi, iniid-lll, 1. vWi ifr rflgoiv {» nrxr, f., Vin, win, id]. HHI H«wr, 

.^b.„f, m. W!nkinglf, wn|k1.,lj, I pr«^lnti; eiiilli^i iatOe, 



I, JfjiAr 

m.™., .., -«.uu, S. I.(~ti ,- „-,,-, — _, ..,,.. 

t, -trme... ™™rfr™™i , Vinnini, wfirtlni, dl. '^^^J'^^l'; 5^' ""JlSi 

Wind ™. »1. dl, T. !.».«( w;nno*.r; "'■■"llf, ■■ • Wi"""'- *^.i«. •- ms<w, 

dafrailrrt A : fairr dia cr .,„ „ ' r. uviiir, ■. [milt B. 

■WindnwT, wl.'aSt, .dJ. .! J „,„ rff/irMji J-impJ^f Wiili, wlifc, '-.i. «.*«i(rp, ^ 

UrmO'r.'wlS"^'. ■«■ "/««•' S. ^V'""^>^"''t"'-(.« Wi.l.rul,*5ih-lll,i4|.A(Br«.i 

WiDP.'wW L vin, B.) srtB m.'^rdurtd'huir.i-unit WiUullr-atrii^lniadT. pH- 

-, ■. vilin, I.i (liu or-, iiitbi, I. uBit il'i(fii<T> tj 'K'ulwt,ii1>'Hki.;>MJljMii{ir. 

vfrrr df vin, m.l 'bJlibcr, ptar, a-polra mi w AMtf IB* tarhailU, L 

blbmrn, ivrvgne, v.i -1«Ul </ajM VSivrr, f,\ -mmitta WJbPt WIbv. m^ poignfa da fiin^ 

t. »T» J »»>, I. cHin-, ■.) pi. f Hurfuvv <f jiiw, n. pi f. iwful dapMa <w /««>. 

CMpir.V. J*«.5°fcr rft liS.ii ./'linp't^Jll, "" ' • '" Wilt^al. Srt'llJ, ij. •"■"tf » 

(rower,.. v.'g»«vii,B., -DH du- p«d«( riiHTi ;>^ ifiiUUlT. ultnLl), HiiUr, 



WIT 

*v-l'l^, adv. attenlivemt-nt. 
"Wit, wHf, 9. e'prit. m. J'a-:ulte* 
mcntale9 , f. pi. enlrnJenient ; 
di*''^rnement , in. ^agacile, f. 
railliff, f. pi.: brl e*prit . m.: 
invention, inge'nuite , f.: mau 
ot — , s. nomme d'e»prit , va.', 
Uj be at one's - 's eud, eirf au 



45 2 

within, wiTinn', prp. et adT. | 
clatif . dedanf , en drJanf, au' 
dcdant , par dedans ; from — , I 
de dedans ; -doors , au logi; \ 
chez soil — himiielf, cArs soi-' 
menie ; — oanelves, en nouf- | 
mi'mes; -call, a la parte'* de' 
la voir. 



houf de na science; to be out Witiiunt,wlTIlSSt% prp.et adv. } 
of one's wils, ux'uir perdu la hors de ; dehors, au dehors^ i 
tetf, to come to one's wits- en dehors ; -book, saiu livre,' 
again, reprendre ses efprit^; , par corur ; —doors, hors de la 
to live hr one's wils, etr>f che- j mainon ; -, cunj. a mains que, 
valif-r d'industrie ; -cracker, si ce n'e^t que. 
8. plaisanl. baditi, m.; -snap- I Without**!!, wiTH8B'ln,T.Wilh- 
per, s. homme qui court apren | out, [re'^ister, 8*opposer a. 
I' esprit , m.; -worm , s. cher- , Withstand, wH//>stlnd', v. a. irr. 



'iprit 

cheur de bon mots, m 
Wit, wlt,T. n. savoir; to-, adr. 

s avoir, c' est-a' dire. 
Wit<'h, witsh, 8. sorciere, t. 



Withstnnder, withsliad'iT , 8. 

adi'er.*aire, ennemi, m. 
Withstood, w1Mst8d', pr6t. et 

p.ir(. de to Withstand. 



Witrh , witsh, t. a. ensorceler, , Willi v, wi/A'i, 8. osier, franc 
enchanter. nfifr. ni. Ijoncs. 

Witchcraft , wltsh'krlfl , 8. ' >\ ithy , y/'iih'L adj. d'otier, de ', 

'lege,m. .'With'ss, w'U'les, adj. sans es- 



rorcellerie, f. forti.^^ 
Witrh-f'lin, w^lsb'iSlni, s. es- 

pi:cf d" orme, f. 
Witch»»r)', w'Ush'SrJ, s. enchan- 

teinent. eii*orcelleinent. m. 
>Vit<'raft, wil'krlft, s. inge'nui- 

te', f. erpe'dirnt^, in. pi. 
Witf*, wile, s. blame. Bi. 
"With, "Wi///, prp. arec. de, par. 

parini ; one - another, en'fem- 

hle. ; - a loud voice, a haute 

voir; - hue and cry, a cor et 

a cri. 
Withal, wlTUJir, adv. et prp. { 



/-/■//, imipide. 

Wilh-siJy, wlt'l?slJ, adT. sans 
rofirit , atupidement. 

Williii:', w'U'Jlng, s. petit es- 
prit, pel e»prit, m. 

\>iln«*ss, wll'nXs, s. te'moin, td- 
moignage, m.; to bear — , por- 
ter te'muignage^ rendre temoi- 
gnage. 

Witnf*s8, wlt'n?s, ▼. a. rendre 
te'tnoignage, attevler; de'poser. 

"I't^ ' 



Willicisin, wil'K^sizm, s. trait 

.// ^ ..--,! siiirituel, m. pointe, f. 

pareilU'inent , auifi , de '««-■ -..' i i.,.!,! j • -j i 

me; d'ailleuri, de plus, ai'e-c. \y^ ]*-^'h; w^'lil^adr. spirituel- 

Wi thdraNV, wlMdrJw', v. a. el n. - Jr"\''"'' """^f^W"- 

irr. retirer ; rappeler ; se re- I ^J. ! • » ! »«p>s,wS t't*n?s, s, esprit, m. 
tirer.s' eloigns: Wittiiiiily, wU'tingli, adr. a 

Withdrawiny-rooin , wlM ' ^//f:"?"' ifA?'' /"l" 

driW^OfrgBm , s. salon , m. ; ^^»ttol, wSl'lAl, 3. cock content, 
salle. f. boudoir, m. ; Wit tolly, wll'tSll^, adv. en man 

Withdrawn, wi//idrlwn', part, l complainant, debonnairemenl. 

Witty, w'U'te, adj. Kpiriluel, in- 



genieur, sarcaatupie. 
Wive, wive, v. a. et n. ejiouser, 

marier ; fe marier. 
Wivphood, wlve'h88d, s. dt- 

gnite d'e'pouse, f. e'lat tCe'pou- 

ne, in. [epouse. 



de to Withdraw. 
Withdrew, w'i/Adr38', pr^t. de 

to Withdraw. 
Wilho, With, s. brin d'oaier, m. 
Wither, wlTH'Sr, v. a. et u.Jl/- 

trir, jfaner, ternir ; sejlctrir, 

se faner, d^pe'rir. _ , 

Wilherband, w^TU'Rrhtnd, s. Wiveless, wlve'lJs, adj. sans 

argon, m. [^fle'lriit.fure , f. | Wively, wIve'lA, adj. en yeiiime, 
Withfrfdness, wiTH'Hrdncs, s. | en cpou-te. 
Willifruam, wlTIl'RrnSm, s. Wives, wlvz, pl. </« Wife. 

Wizard , wiz'ord, s. magicien, 

Korcier, m. 
W izen, wiz'zn, T.n. se dess^cker. 
Wo, V. Woe. [/if/, m. 

adj. egarotte , hlesne au gar~\ Woad, w/*de, s. guide,, f. pat- 
rot, (part, de lo Withhold, j Woad , wide, v. a. peindre en 
Wltliheld, yn'ifhh'hiV, pr«5t. et ] pastel. Icable' de malheurs. 
W.ilhhold , wl///hAl(l', V. a. irr. j ^ohegone, wi'b^gSn, adv. ac- 

relenir, de'tenir; rmpecher. \ Woe, wA . s. malheur , m. cala- 
Wrilldiolder, wl^/hild'Hr, s. qui \ mite', infortune.i. de'sastre,m.\ 

retifiit, quide'tient; qui em-.\ - is mc! malneureux que je 

pe'che, i suit ! 



(jiir.) feconde saiitie, repre- 
saille, f. CC</« chei/al). m. 

Withers, wlTn'iirz,s. pi. gurrot 
Willier-wnnii? , w'fni'SrrftnR , 



WON 

Woeful, Woful, wi'fll, 
triste, s^O^igm't emimmit 
mechoHi. 

Wof^fullj, WofoIlT, wilMi 
adv. trutmnetU, mtmt " — 
ment, 

Voefulness. WofulMeu.vt 
funis, a. irtsteMm, t. 
■. 

WoPSODif*, w&'aSniy t. ^ 

Wold, w&ld, s. pUinm, t. 

Wolf, wilf, a. lamp, ■.{ 
-, 8. louvcteast, m.% -4agp«i 
cniem. tie berger^ ■.) — ■aByl. 
loup garom , m.; -'a Bilk, li 
tithymaU,m.i '''mh»nm,t.m»- 
nit. m. 

Wolfiih, wiirlah, adf. dm imp, 

Wolvea, wilTz, pi. de Watt. 

Wolviab, wilMah, t. WalM. 

Woman, wim'SH , a. f«mmf, U 
-baler, a. enjiems du M 
sere, m. Cauur^/iM* 

Womaned, wSm'Sad, a A. mmi 

Woiuanhood, w&m'lMhld, fc 
qualite' defemme, f. 

Womanish, w8m'Stn?sh.a4f.ii 
femme; effemine. de'Uemi* 

W oiiianizi'^ wlm'SiiLie, t. «. <^ 
ieminert^ amotUr, 

Womankind, -wAiB'Snklal, u 
aere, betiu mere. m. 

Womanlike,- wtm'Bnllln, 14. 
atjemme, comme mneftmmt. 

Womanly, wim'Snlf, a^J. « 
^emme, [jtein, vemirt, a. 

Womb, wSJm, a. mairiee, L 

Womb, w82in, r. a. emiemreri 
donner nai*»anee. U^fWi* 

Woiid)y, w88ni'^, afll. aflrnJb, 

Women, w1in'1n,pl. c/eWeaM. 

Won, w2ii, pr6t. et part, ie I* 
Winj -, s. ctemeure, t» 

Wonder, wSn'dIr, a. A«n«- 
ment, m. surprise, menmlU, 
f. prodige, m.) to dowoBder% 
to perform wonders, Jmire ia 
merveilles ; -stmck, m^^ra/h 
pe d'e'tonnement, AouM^t " 
working, adj. e'tonnatU, amr^ 

W'jrenant, 
onder, wSn'dSr, t. a. a*dMi- 

fier , etre e'totine ou turprii, 

admirer, Zratemr, ■. 

Wonderer, w8n'd8r8r, a. ocnj- 
Wonderriil, wan'darfil, a4|. 

admirable, merveilleur, dUm' 

nant. 
Wond erf ully ,w8B'darrtl U.adf , 

admirahlement, merveittemm 

ment. etonnamment, 
Wonderfulneaii, wSa'dirfilaH 

s. e'lat de ce qui att dtounaKt, 

m. 
Wonderment, wZn'dSnaiat, s. 
■ e'tonnement , m, eurpruMf md' 

miration, f. 
Wonderoiix, WondroiUa «!>' 

driis, adj. merveilleux. Am 

nant, aUmirablet t'lrmmgtik 



H^liippcr, vlt'sli'Ipiitr, >. Wnili(i''inin(>, liag'tlvllliHJ. 

'WDnk!n]iins,'wrlr'>li1pii;iiV,a. nraiigliiiB,'Tliirin^i •■ A(- 

TVOnt.wlral.t/iire, ra.,pjj hfprri'iiaiMmnlrau. 

attrr, ■.) dtmiire rrlrimM, "f"l'P"i "Pj". ■■ T" •"**■ 

Arc (/hm Uplai Iritle Oar. Wrnprnisnl, rlii^tta,!,!--- 



Wntlifnl , tlrl-dl], id]. » 



TTHitl^ rtill, T.i. /■Uh', •_- 

■Wrrttirr, ib-Mr, *. iMw 
Wmtiinf, ili'Ulaf. i. bu^ti 

bnti -M«i a. Jim Jiittrf 

WrPtrlirTfutil M. miiirmUlt 



Collection 

of the names of empires, kingdoms, prorinces, i 
towns, rirers 8:c 



rlllc,llibj<tl', Mhrv 



Abfoinisii, Ibliili'ltn, iiU. 



Albn. Il'-bl 



1^^ 



Ibriad'lt, Abbrui 

-.tJ" 



Aoh<ii«,llLl-;l,.«ct>i<i,f. D«, Ut'iUhP^ 

Acl..»n,lbl'yl...dJ. ^ci;:^«.. r.bU'biSTjwL? 

Adrialio, ilrdilmidj.^^u- <iia. Un^ft^lTfc* 

A»<!^ Su , IJJ-l-> 't. L ^>r Ml,- BiU, t. . 



Al^^jine, ln.U(,., ••1J^_:^'*2- -, b»il%*£7** 

AfUgenii-, lJ-fa)])ni(, idl/nffl ; bll-jtia, Ol. Ate 

jtlppFO, llip'pi. -"'P, a. 1. blirJihaTlMMA^t 

AiJiM. ; iinTi-.Aifir. m. «> M-iiiWvi-r- 

A|5^.^W.1...^.^(,^ bli'rt»l.i,*^t 

Aliunt. ll'lliliil, ^'/uaM, f. , Ultiklla, 14. Jl 

AnbDynn.lmbil'iili^mMiH.f. n, Ainu. r. 

AiMr]<»,l>lWkl.^MH«t,t. ]<>, bblA-btt, Aa 

AmRienn,tiatftnii,i^.^iii(l. f. , 

TiiMlH. ' ' bVlLAjH^f. 

Abooiui, li'ktnl, ^icJiii, f. 1, kliU'GTMl- ' 
Aadnluiia, lodlll'xlil, ^Wi- , ' , 

AndiJutiiui, Imllll'ibli, adj. im, hliAI'dfa, «$jb- I 



PBOPER NAMES 




Inland, wintailx^M^t. 



list 

of tbc most common christian nan 



r men and womoi 



I Athmnimi, lllbl'ili jli.^ds. 



Alirl, I'M, JftrV. D. [n. n-w.in. 

AlirnhliHi, Ib'ilhlin, ^ftmAuu, Ungniln, lw|*i-ll , ^xnilr, f. 
jtnliilln. Iklrjii, -JcUfi, m. AiiKailin.tniiillii, AhgaHln, 
Aatm.t-ilm, Mam, m. U-\ m- Cm. 

AJHiiiF.^jlll'ni. 'jMi«.. I.' I An. ,n. l-'.ifB.^-.(r;.ri", m. 
Allalahm,Uira>,JdBlyh',a. Unldinii, ^Ld•I^^B. BundoKW, 



tdrinn, Id'rHn, ^iMu, m. 
timlin. tsi'M, ^nlitc, r. 
talaia, l|Ll^t, Aglai, I 

Ainrir, tililt, Aluric, n. 
AtlM>i,ll1>lii,^f&>i>,m. 
Albm, lKIi>rt, Mhrri.vi. 
Aleundrr, l!ll|ila'4lt, ^ 

Airird.ii'CiU.^tAvi^B. 
Alkf, ll'Hi, i/iiv^t. 

■III, tltj^li, ^'fliwH. B. 
AhriB, U-wli, Alnin, a. 
AluUo, tbl-KI , ^n-flf-, f. 
AiubraH, Intirl**', Jmtniir, 

Aiuflin, tnJ'lJl, ^luVi., (. 



Bvlmrn, bfr-Md, j£V, t. 
Bamabj'.lilCiilliI, £iniiia',m 
Bnrthnlomrw, HIhiSII'iIbI, 
Buil.lilill, Soifr.H. 

Bensdicu.titEidlk-il, Snalii, 
Benfnmin. hln'jtmln, ffrn/oi 



PROPER NAMES 



464 



8TE — ZAC 



Steplien, Steren, sU'vn, Etien- 
ne, m. 

SoZfin, sji'zln, Snzannahj si 
zln'nl, Suzanne, f. 

Taff, ttf, pour : Theophilas. 

Ted^tid, Teddy, Ud'di, pour: 
Edward. [m. 

Theobald, thHhllA, Thihaud, 

Theodore, tkl'h^hr%, Theo- 
dore, m. [jaorie, m. 

Theodoric, /AWdSr^k. Theo- 

Theodosia, fA^&di'sliU, Thco- 
da$ie, f. 



Th«*odo8ius,(Aiidi'8hSs, Tk^o- 

dose, m . 
TheophiluB, ik^Vtlila, Th^o- 

phile, m. 

Theresa, thhl'tX, ThA^»e, f. 
Thomas, tS'mls, Thammt, m. 
Tim, t^m, pour : Timothy. 
Timothy, t^m'm&Mi, Jlimo/A/e, 
Tobias, tiblii, Tobie, mu [m. 
Toby, ti'b*, Tobie, m. 
Tom, tSm, Tommy, tSm'nc, 

pour : Thomas. 
Tony, ti'nlj pour: Antboiy. 



Ulric, tl'Ak, Vlrie, m. 
Ulrique.ll'rlk, VlrUme^t, 
Urban, ftr^ta, Urbe^ m. 
Ursula^ Sr'khllt, Ur»uU.t, 
Valentine, Ttl'intUie, rmUalk, 

m. 
Vincent, Tln'slm, yimeemtj n. 
Walter. wil'tSr, G^tier, m, 
Y^^VL^lt^\, pour: yamvm. £p. 
William, wIl'yBm, Gmitlmm»e, 
Zt^h, slk, ZacJuury, slkHil, 

Zaekarie, m. 



L 



1 
1 
1 

1 

] 



Table of the irregular verbs f). 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Fartieiple. 


ido . 


abode 


abode, abtd 


Can 


could 


_ 




was 


been 


Cast 


cast 


cast 


se 


arose 


arisen 


Catch 


caught* 


caught* 


ake 


awoke* 


awaked 


Chide 


chid 


chid, childden 


ikbite 


backbit 


backbitten, 


Choose 


chose 


chosen 






backbit 


CleayQ 


cleft, clove 


cleft, cloTon 


ce 


baked, backed 


baken, backen* 


Climb 


clomb* 


clomb* 


te 


basted 


bastea 


Cling 


clung 
clad* 


clung 
clad* 


I r {enfan- 


bore, bare 


born 


Clothe 


) 






Come 


came 


come \ 


1 r (porter. 


bore, bare 


borne 


Cost 


cost 


coat 


tffrir) 






Creep 


crept 


crept . 


It 


beat, bate, bet 


beaten, beat 


Crow 


crew* 


crown* 


:ome 


became 


become 


Cut 


cut 


cut 


• efalls 


it befell, befel 


befallen 


Dare 


durst* 


dared 


fet 


begot 


begot, begotten 


Deal 


dealt* 


dealt* 


;in 


began, begun 


begun 


Deem 


deemed 


dempt* 


;ird 


begin* 


begirt* 


Die 


died 


dead 


lold 


beheld 


beholden, be- 


Dig 


dug, digged 


dug, digged 






held 


Ding 


dung* 


dung* 


id 


bent 


bent 


Dip 


dipt* . 


dipt* 


•eaye 


bereft* 


bereft* 


Distract 


distracted 


distraught* 


leech 


besought* 


besought* 


Do 


did 


done 


et 


beset 


beset 


Draw 


drew 


drawn 


ipit 


bespit 


bespit, bespit- 


Dread 


drad* 


dreaded 






ted, bespitten 


Dream 


dreamt* 


dreamt* ■ 


itead 


bestead, bested 


bestead, bested. 


Drink 


drank 


drunk, drunken 






bestad 


Drive 


drove, drave 


driven 


tick 


besluck 


bestuck 


Dwell 


dwelt 


dwelt 


tride 


bestrode, be- 


bestridden, be- 


Eat 


eat, ate 


eaten 




strid 


slrid 


Engrave 


engraved 


engraven* 


ake 


betook 


betaken 


Enrive 


enroye 


enriven 


• elides 


betid 


betid 


Extend 


extended 


extent 


?ray 


bewrayed 


bewrain* 


Fall 


fell 


fallen 




bid, bade 


bid, bidden 


Feed 


fed 


fed 


d 


bound 


bound 


Feel 


felt 


felt 


e 


bit 


bit, bitten 


Fight 


fought 


fought 


ed 


bled 


bled 


Fiud 


found 


found 


w 


•blew 


blown 


Flee 


fled * 


fled 


ak 


broke 


broken 


Fleet 


fleeted 


flet 


ed 


bred 


bred 


Fling 


flung 


flung 


ng 


brought 


brought 


Fly 


flew . 


flown 


Id 


built 


built 


Fold 


folded 


folden* 


D 


burnt* 


burnt* 


Forbear 


forbore 


forborn 


St 


burst 


burst, bursten • 


Forbid 


forbid, forbade 


forbid, fbrbid* 


• 


bought 


bonght 






den 



t) V aslcrisque denote que ce verbe te conjugue auisi rigulih'remenU 

30 



Engl. French Did. P. I. 



IKRKGI'L. VERBS 



466 



FOR — OVE 



fr»-fc*-nt. lmj/*Ti*-«: t. JCfcrticipl* 



I- o r t •.• • » t 

!■ r 1 4 
I- '^ r e f '/ 
foreknow 
F o r *: J I T 

y',T*:\.\X 

^ o r •: * a jr 
>■ '< r •: • * e 

i M f •: * L W 

f o r fr t « 1 1 
t- o r <>; t b i b k 
J- '-> I « « t 

f r g i T e 

> o r 1 a k « 

F 'i r * w e « r 

i r ■: «; z « 

f r «ri ( b t 

(.-Ad 

a- I 

(,,14 

(/•rd 

Oi f e 

(mo 

Ci r a T e 

<i r i n d 

ff r w 

JIan; 

Jfa v« 

H<;ar 

llcat 

He a TO 

Help 

Hew 

Hido 

Hit 

Hold 

Jiurt 

Inlay 

Jntorweate 

1 n w e a f 

Keep 

Kneel 

Knit 

Know 

Lade 

L a u K b 

L»y 

Lead 

Lean 

Leap 

Learn 

Leave 

Lead 

Let 

1^ i e (tttre cou- 

che) 
Lift 
L i K h t (arri' 

vrr) 
L i K h t (allu- 

liter) 
Luad 



for* ' a*! 
f-t-l.i 

for»"»*r6t 

f'.Ttkr.fW 
for«ia:d 
fortjent 
f'.rifJ.ft* 

f'-r»-T»:*d 
f.reriD 
fort** 1 4 
fore* aw 
f'>rt»tj'*w«4 
f'jr*«poke, fore- 
' •'pake 

f-fttrld 

(ore thought 



forzare 
for'«'i''k 
forswore 

. frsuaLt* 

S't 
•;:.it* 
.;;:rt* 
: if^te 
■ went 

graved 
I ground 
[grew 
: huns* 
! had 

heard 
' hei* 

hove* 

hclpt, bulp.* 

hewed 

hid 

hit 

held 

hurt 
. inlaid 
j inierwote* 
! inwove* 
I kept 

knelt* 

knit* 

knew 

laded 

lou({h* 

laid 

led 

leant, lent* 

leapt, lepl* 

learnt* 

left 

lent 

let 

i«y 

lift* 
light, lit 

lit* 

loaded 



f'.-r-cs't 

f^rtd'.ie 

f'r*r'.t« 

f-.'r*iio'>wa 

f'.rt.i.d 

for*!*iii 

fortl.f:* 

lor^read 

f'.reran 

f'.rf-*»id 

f'^reteeo 

fore *h own 

forespokeo 

foretold 
forethought 
forsotten, for- 

EOt 

for.'iren 
for-jk«:n 
forsworn 
fr«jr*-n 
fr»u=bl* 
i-elf' 
;:'.t 

pin* 

tiveo 
■ Kone 

t: raven* 
. i:roiind 
1 thrown 
! hung* 

had 

heard 

het* 

hoven* 

helpt, holpen* 

hewn* 

hid, hidden 

hit, hot 

held, holden 

hurt 

inlaid 

inlerwoTren* 

inwoven* 

kept 

knelt* 

knit* 

known 

laden 

lough* 

laid 

led 

leant, lent* 

leapt, lept* 

learnt* 

left 

lent 

let 

lain 

lift* 
light, lit* 

lit* 

ioadcu* 



Pret'-nt. 



L''» e 
Make 

Maj 
Mean 

Meet 
Melt 

Methinkfl 
Mifcast 

Misdeal 
Misdo 
Misdraw 
Mi<fjv« 
Mishear 
Mi sknow 
Mi»Iar 
Mislead 
Mi«sar 
Missend 
M is^hape 
Mi5i>peak 
Misspell 
Misspend 
Mistake 
Misteach 
Mistell 
Misthiok 
Misander- 
st and 
M iswrite 
Mow 
Must 
Xeed 
Ought 
Outbid 
Outdo 
Outdrink 
Outfly 
OutgiTe 
Outgo 
Outgrow 
Outride 
Outrun 
Outsell' 
Outshine ' 
Outsboot 
Outshut 
Outspeed 
Ou tspread 
Outstand 
Outstride 
Out swear 
Ou tswell 
Ou twear 
Ou tweep 
Outwork 
Overbear 
Overbid 

verblow 

Ovcrburn 

verbuy 

OTercast 

Overclimb 

Overcome 

Overdo 

Overdraw 

Overdrink 

OverdriTe 



Imperfect. 

]o»t 

made 

nifht 
. meant 
'met 

Belled 

■eifanoght' 
. miscast 
; mifdealt* 
I Disdid 
I Disdrev 
!Bi»{iaTe 

misfaeanl 

mi«knew 
- mislartd 
. misled 
{ missaid 
i missent 

■liisshaped 

■ misspoke 

' misspelt* 

■ mis«pent 
^mistook . 
; mistanght 
I mistuld 

I mistboaght 
! misonientood 

imiswrote 
I mowed 



I must 
I need 

ought 
j outbid 

outdid 

ouldrank 

outflew 

outgave 

outwent 

outgrew 

outrode 

outran 

outsold 

outshone 

oulsbot 

outshut 

ontsped 

outspread 

outstood 

outstrode 

outswore 

outswelled 

outwore 

outwept 

outwruught* 

overbore 

overbid 

overblew 

overhumt* 

overbought 

overcast 

overclomb* 

overcame 

ovcsdid 

overdrew 

overdrank 

overUroTO 






isdealt* 



■u*d< 
aaisdnwB 



lauafiTca 
i^ishrarl 



Biilaid 

Misled 

■Msnid 

Binieat 

■ischaMpi* 

■iiupoken 

Bisspell* 

■BlASpeBt 

BistakeB 
mistaa<bt 
nislold 
BisthoniM 



■iawriuea 
■town* 



onibiddea 
ontdon« 
oDtdnudc 
oatiloira 
oatfivea 
oQtg;one 
oatgitowa 
OMtriddcB 
oatnin 
outaold 
outsluint 
ontshot 
oaLshut 
OQlsped 
outspread 
outstood 
ontstriddea 
oatswom 
oaiswoUen 
outworn 
outwept 
outvrrouflit* 
OTcrborae 
OTerhid, vnt* 
bidden 
overblows 
overbumt* 
overbought 
overcast 
overdimbfld 
overeomn 
overdoB« 
overdraws 
overdrank 
ovwdiifM 



IRREGUL. VERBS 467 OVE — TRE 


• 


-esent. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


rea t 


overeat, overate 


overeaten 


Shear 


shore* 


shorn 


rfreight 


overfreighted 


ov erf r aught* 


Shed 


shed 


shed 


rge t 


overgot 


Overgot 


Shend 


shent 


shent 


rgild 


overgilt* 


Overgilt* 


Shew 


shewed 


shewn* 


pgird 


cnergirl* 


overgirl* 


Shine 


shene 


shone 


rgo 


overwent 


overgone 


Shoe 


shod 


shod 


rhang 


overhung 


Overhung 


Shoot 


shot 


shot 


rh ear 


overheard 


overheard 


Show 


showed 


shown* 


rlade 


overladed 


Overladen 


Shred 


shred 


shred 


Play 


overlaid 


overlaid 


Shriek 


sh right* 


shrieked 


rload 


overloaded 


overloaden 


Shrink 


shrunk 


shrunk, shrun- 


rpay 


overpaid 


overpaid 


• 


• 


ken 


rre ach 


overraught* 


overraughl* ' 


Shrive 


shrove . 


shriven, shrift 


r r ead 


overread 


overread 


Shut 


shut . . 


shut 


rride 


overrode 


overrode, over- 


Sing 


sung ^ 


sung . 






ridden 


Sink 


sunk 


sunk 


rrun 


overran 


overrun 


Sit 


sat, sate 


sat, sate 


rs e e 


oversaw 


overseen . 


Slay' 


slew 


slain 


rsell 


oversold 


oversold 


S leep 


slept 
slid 


slept 


rse t 


overset 


overset 


Slide 


slid, flidden . , 


rsho ot 


overshot 


overshot 


5ling 


slung 


slung 


rsleep 


overslept 


overslept 


Slink 


slunk 


slunk 


rsp eak 


overspoke 


overspokea 


snt 


slit, slitted 


slit, slitted 


rs pread 


overspread 


overspread 


Smart*. 


smart* 


smart* • 


rs tre w 


overstrewed 


overs trewn* 


Smell 


smelt* 


smelt* . 


r take 


overtook 


overtaken 


Smite 


smote 


smitten 


rthrow 


overthrew 


overthrown 


It snows 


snew* 


snown* 


rwork 


overwrought* 


overwrought* 


Sow 


sowed 


sown* 


1 


ouijht* 


own* 


Speak 


spoke 


spoken 


take 


partook 


partaken 


Speed 


sped 


sped 




paid 


paid 


Spell 


spelt* 


spelt* 


iparquer) 


pent* 


pent* 


Sp end 


spent 


spent 


:h 


pight* 


pight* 


Spet 


spettcd, spet 


spotted, spet 




put 


put 


Spill 


spilt* 


spilt* 


t 


quit, quiUed 


quit, quitted 


Spin 


spun, span 


spun 




quoth 


— 


Spit 


'spitted, spit 


spitted,, spit 


ch 


raughl* 


raught* 


Split 


split 


split 


d 


read 


read 


Spread 


spread ( 


spread 


P 


reapt* 


reapt* 


Spring 


sprung, sprang 


sprung 


uild 


rebuilt 


rebuilt 


Stand 


stood 


stood 


ast 


recast 


recast 


Stave 


stove* 


stove* 


lear 


reheard 


reheard 


Steal 


stole 


stolen, stoln 


lake 


remade 


remade 


Stick 


stuck 


stuck 


nelt 


remelted 


remolten* 


Sting 


stting 
stunk 


stung 


id 


rent 


rent 


Stink 


stunk 


• ay 


repaid 


repaid 


Strew 


strewed 


strewn* 


peak 


rospoke 


respoken 


Stretch 


stranght* 


stranght* 


ake 


retook 


retaken 


Stride 


strode, strid 


stridden 


ell. 


retold 


retold 


Strike 


struck 


struck, stricken 




rid 


rid 


String 


strung 


strung 


e 


rodo 


rode, ridden 


Strive 


strove 


striven 


g 


rang, rung 


rung . 


Strow 


strewed 


strown 


e 


rose 


risen 


Swear 


swore 


sworn 


e 


rove* 


riven* 


Sweat 


sweat, swet* 


swet*, sweaten 




rotted 


rot, rotten* 


Sweep 


swept* 


swept* 


I 


ran, run 


run 


Swell 


swelled 


swollen, swoln* 


r 


sawed 


sawn* 


Swim 


swum, swam 


swum 




said 


said 


Swing 


swung 


swung 




saw 


seen 


Take 


took 


taken 


k 


sought 


sought 


Teach 


taught 


taught 


the 


sod* 


sodden* 


Tear 


tore 


torn 


1 


sold 


sold 


Tell 


told 


told 


d 


sent 


sent 


Think 


thought 


thought 




set 


set 


Thrive 


throve* 


thriven* 


ke 


shook 


shaken 


Throw 


threw 


thrown 


ill 


should 


^ 


Thrust' 


thmst 


thrust , 
tost* 


pe 


shaped 


shapen* 


Toss 


tost* 


ve 


shaved 


shaven* 


Tread 


trod ' 


trodden 



30* 



IRREGUL. VERBS 



468 



UNB-.WHI 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


iPresent. 


Imper&ct. 


1 JBmttiaqik. 


Unbend 


unbent 


unbent 


Upbear 


«pbor» 


J upborn 


Unbind 


unbound 


unbound 


Updraw 


updrev 


Inpdnnni 


Unbuild 


unbuilt 


unbuilt 


Upgrow 


upgrew . 


Inpsrowa 
apheld, «pM- 
dea 


Underbear 


underbore 


underbome 


Uphold 


upheld 


Underbid 


underbid 


underbidden 






Underbind 


underbound 


underbound 


Uplead 


upled 


npled 


Underbuy 


underbought 


underbought 


Uplift 


uplift* • 


nplift* 


Undercut 


undercut 


undercut 


Uprise 


uprose 


npriMB 


Underdo 


underdid 


underdone 


Upset 


upset 


apeet 


Undergird 


undergirt 


undergirt 


Upwind 


upwound 


npwooad 


Undergo 


underwent 


undergone 


Wake 


woke* 


waked 


Underlay 


underlaid 


underlaid 


Wash 


washed 


wasb«n* 


Underlet 


underlet 


underlet 


Wate 


weft* 


weft* 


Underrun 


underran 


underrun 


Wax 


wox* 


waxen* 


Undersell 


undersold 


undersold 


Waylay 


waylaid 


waylaid 


Underset 


underset 


underset 


Wear 


wore 


worn 


Understand 


understood 


understood 


Weate 


wo7e 


woven 


Undertake 


undertook 


undertaken 


Weep 


wept 


wept 


Underweave 


underwove 


underwoven 


Wet 


wetted, wet 


wetted, weC 


Underwork 


underwrought* 


underwrought* 


Will 


would 




Underwrite 


underwrote 


underwritten 


Win 


won 


won 


Undo 


undid 


undone 


Wind 


wound 


woQn4- 


Undraw 


undrew 


undrawn 


Wiredraw 


wiredrew 


wirediavB 


Ungird 


ungirt* 


ungirt* 


Wis 


wist 


wist 


Unlade 


unladed 


unladen 


Wit 


w6t, wote 


wotten 


Unload 


unloaded 


unloaden* 


Withdraw 


withdrew 


withdraws 


Unpay 


unpaid 


unpaid 


Withhold 


withheld 


withheld, with- 


Unsay 


unsaid 


unsaid 




- 


bolden 


Unstring 


uastrung 


unstrung 


Withstand 


withstood 


withstood 


Unswoar 


unswore 


unsworn 


Wont 


wont 


woat 


U u s w c a t 


unsweat* 


unsweat* 


Work 


wrought* 


wrought* 


Unswell 


unswellcd 


unswoln* 


Wreathe 


wreathed 


wreathea* 


Unthlnk 


unthought 


unthought 


Wring 


wrung 


wrubf 


Unwind 


unwound 


unwound 


Write 


wrote 


wriuen 


Unwring 


unwrung 


unwrung* 


Writhe 


writhed 


wrMhea 



•* 



PHOFEH NAMES 

VniMim, ilil^^i ytiM, 

TnvnA, vlr^'nl, Vtranr, T 

Vinu, Wln'sl. Kmui. t. 
Vittiiln.iU-bhlll. VUi.lr. I 
'Wain, y(iiti,pty da Gullet 



Wiinaaii,*lll}ia-,tdJ. W 

wplih, *»iA, i£ a>"«i'. 

Wnt-lnJin, lAflln'dlJ 
III Indn Bccidm'alr,, t.pi: 

VntJiilian.i-luAnaB, Vm- 



Wcttnnl^ vltlMMt, W 



Xintimir'^B'f 



List 

of tbe most common christian names of men and ' 



mtria,\Alt.Vib\it,Alha 

Ai;i«;t"" i-(».'ii, .*«««.«, f 

Augnttin,Ivtli'l1o, XguMn 

"in "l.'^/^'i^ n«/J"" 

_...Jiainr, bll'fitlitr, ffa6lia 
Bnrbo'n, bl^'ltil, ^^tt''u' 



A\tnA.ivfH*,AI/,fd,a. 

Aliihonio , IJnn'il, AlptiDn- 
vtM, iL/Siriu, AlphaatBt m. 



AmtAta, liMln, Jnnlmr, i, 
Anthnn J. tn-iiii), Anniac, m. 
Antanin.liiltlM.^BtoffMh', r. 
Anbclli.tTrlhil-ll.^mftr/fr'r. 

Arah;i>iil<l, Ir'kttlld, Archi- 



lj.eM!ll,f-i.r. HebKc.. 

vdici, bln'JdlU, AroaVf.in. 
wdicln,tilii(d11i-<t,A.n<.f», 

■imnin. lin-JJoU .^fl'^S; 
lijird, klr-nlrd. firnmrdlm. 

traui, bli'ulm, iirlnmil, 

t.hJi, BwT, bV)l, BpI, 

ll,Bel»tT,b!l'J,poBr.-Ell- 

Bfaiun.'liitDik'l, BUach; I. 
Biddr.blJ'iir, ^oar^ Bddiil. 
Bill, Ml, DUlr, li!l-l(, pt-r: 



Iridgpl, brldj-Ji, Brigiin, t. 



DIA — SOP 



FROPEB NAMES 



PROPER KAHES 464 8TE — ZAC 



Tbc 



Table of the irregular verbs t)t 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Partieiple. 


Abido 


abode 


abode, abld 


Can 


could 


.. 


Am 


was 


been 


Cast 


cast 


cast 


Arise 


arose 


arisen 


Catch 


caught* 


caught* 


Awake 


awoke* 


awaked 


Chide 


chid 


chid, childden 


Backbite 


backbit 


backbitten. 


Choose 


chose 


chosen 






backbit 


Cleave 


cleft, clove 


cleft, clotea 


Bake 


baked, backed 


baken, backen* 


Climb 


clomb* 


clomb* 


Baste 


basted 


hasten 


Cling 


clung 
clad* 


clung 
clad* 


Bear {enfan- 


bore, bare 


born 


Clothe 


ter) 






Come 


came 


come \ 


Bear (porter. 


bore, bare 


borne 


Cost 


cost 


cost 


aouffrir) 






Creep 


crept 


crept 


Beat 


beat, bate, bet 


beaten, beat 


Crow 


crew* 


crown* 


Become 


became 


become 


Cut 


cut 


cut 


It befalls 


it befell, befel 


befallen 


Dare 


durst* 


dared 


Begot 


begot 


begot, begotten 


Deal 


dealt* 


dealt* 


Begin 


began, begun 


begun 


Deem 


deemed 


dempt* 


Begird 


begin* 


begirt* 


Die 


died 


dead 


Behold 


beheld 


beholden, be- 


Dig 


dug, digged 


dug, digged 






held 


Ding 


dung* 
dipt* _ 


dung* 


Bend 


bent 


bent 


Dip 


dipt* 


B reave 


bereft* 


bereft* 


Distract 


distracted 


distraught* 


Beseech 


besought* 


besought* 


Do 


did 


done 


Beset 


beset 


beset 


Draw 


drew 


drawn 


Bespit 


bespit 


bespit, bespit- 


Dread 


drad* 


dreaded 






ted, bespitten 


Dream 


dreamt* 


dreamt* 


Bestead 


bestead, bested 


bestead, bested. 


Drink 


drank 


drunk, drunken 






bestad 


D rive 


drove, drare 


driven 


B estick 


bestuck 


bestuck 


Dwell 


dwelt 


dwelt 


Bestride 


bestrode, be- 


bestridden, be- 


Eat 


eat, ate 


eaten 




strid 


strid 


Engrave 


engraved 


engraven* 


Betake 


betook 


betaken 


Enrive 


enro\e 


enriven 


It betides 


betid 


betid 


Extend 


extended 


extent 


Bewray 


bewrayed 


bewrain* 


Fall 


fell 


fallea 


Bid 


bid, bade 


bid, bidden 


Feed 


fed 


fed 


Bind 


bound 


bound 


Feel 


felt 


felt 


Bite 


bit 


bit, bitten 


Fight 


fought 


fought 


1(1 e d 


bled 


bled 


Fiud 


found 


found 


Blow 


•blew 


blown 


Flee 


fled a 


fled 


Break 


broke 


broken 


Fleet 


fleeted 


flet 


B r «• f d 


bred 


bred 


Fling 


flung 


flung 


Bring 


brought 


brought 


Fly 


flew . 


flown 


Build 


built 


built 


Fold 


folded 


fblden* 


Burn 


burnt* 


burnt* 


Forbear 


forbore 


forbom 


Burst 


burst 


burst, bursten ■ 


Forbid 


forbid, forbade 


forbid, fbrbid« 


Buy 


bought 


bought 






dea 



t) L asicriaque dinote que ce verbe ae conjugue austi r/gulii'remtnt, 

30 



Engl. French Did. P. /. 



IRREGIL. VERBS 466 FOR — OVE 


Pr»?s»-nt. 


I in p erf PC t. , 

forecast ■ 


Participle. 


Prpsent. ; 


Imperfect. 


Tmi^a^ 


Forecast 


forecast 


Lose j 


lost 


la.-. 


Foredo 


foredid I 


foredone 


Make ■ 


made 


Forego 


forewent 


foregone 


May 


might 


*^* 


Foreknow 


foreknew ; 


foreknowa 


Mean 


meaat 


meaat 


F o r e I a y 


forelaid 


forelaid 


Meet 


met 


net 


F r e 1 e D d i 


forelent 


forelent 


Melt 


melted 


moltM* 


Forelift I 


forelift* 


forelift* 


Methinks 


me thought* 




Foreread i 


foreread 


foreread 


Miscast 


miscast 


miaeast 


Forerun ; 


fureran | 


forerun 


Misdeal 


misdealt* 


Bisdeall^ 


Foresay 


forei»aid < 


foresaid 


Misdo 


misdid 


BiadoM 


Foresee 


fore.iaw I foreseen | 


Mlsdraw 


misdrew 


Bisdrawa 


Foreshow 


foreshowed j 


foreshown 


Misgive 


misgave 


Bispvea 


Furespeak 


forespoke, fore- ! 


forespoken 


Mishear 


misheard 


nisheard 




spake 




Misknow 


miskaew 


Bidtnom 


Foretell 


foretold 


foretold 


Mislay 


mislaid 


Bislald 


F r e t h 1 k 


forethought forethought | 


Mislead 


misled 


Bisled 


Forget 


forgot 


forgotten, for- 


Missay 


missaid 


Bisaaid 






got 


Missend 


missent 


Biaseat 


ForgiTe 


forgave forpiven | 


Misshape 


misshaped 


BisshaMp!* 
Bisspokea 


Forsake | 


forsook 


forsaken 


Misspeak 


misspoke 


Forswear 


forswore 


forsworn 


Misspell 


misspelt* 


Bisspelt* 


Freeze 


froze 


frozen 


Misspend 


misspent 


Biaspeftt . . 


Freight 


fraught* 1 


fraught* 


Mistake 


mistook . 


Bistakea 


Geld 


gelt* I 


Kelt* 


Misteach 


mistanght 


mistaofht 


Get 


«?"t i 


got 


Mistell 


mistold 


Bistold 


Gild 


pill* I 


gilt* 


Misthink 


misthooght 


misthoaiU 


Gird 


Rirt* 


girt* 


Misunder- 


misunderstood 


miraadenM 


Giv 


gave 


given 


stand 






Go 


went 


gone 


Miswrite 


miswTOte 


miswrillaa 


Grate 


graved 


graven* 


Mow 


mowed 


mowD* 


Grind 


ground 


ground 


Must 


must . 


.^ 


Grow 


grew 


grown 


Need 


need 


._ 


Jiang 


hung* 


hung* 


Ought 


ought 


^_ 


Have 


had 


bad 


Outbid 


outbid 


outbiddea 


Hear 


heard 


heard 


Outdo 


outdid 


outdone 


Heat 


het* 


het* 


Outdrink 


outdrank 


outdrunk 


Heave 


hove* 


hoven* 


Outfly 


outOew 


outflows 


Help 


helpt, holp* 


helpt, holpen* 


u t g i V e 


outgave 


outgivea 


Hew 


hewed 


hewn* 


Outgo 


outwent 


outgone 


Hide 


hid 


hid, hidden 


Outgrow 


outgrew ' 


outg^Dwa 


Hit 


hit 


hit, hot 


Outride 


outrode 


otttriddea 


Hold 


held 


held, holden 


Outrun 


outran 


outrun 


Hurt 


hurt 


hurt 


Outsell' 


outsold 


outsold 


Inlay 


inlaid 


inlaid 


Outshine ' 


outshone 


outshone 


Interweave 


interwove* 


interwoven* 


Ontshoot 


oulshot 


outshot 


Inweave 


inwove* 


inwoven* 


Outshut 


outshut 


outshut 


Keep 


kept 


kept 


Outspeed 


outsped 


outsped 


Kneel 


knelt* 


knelt* 


Outspread 


outspread 


outspread 


Knit 


knit* 


knit* 


Outs tand 


outstood 


outstood 


Know 


knew 


known 


u t s t r i d e 


outstrode 


outstriddea 


Lade 


laded 


laden 


Outswoar 


outswore 


outswom 


Laugh 


lough* 


lough* 


u t s w c 1 1 


outswelled 


outswollea 


Lay 


laid 


laid 


Outwear 


outwore 


outworn 


Load 


led 


led 


Ou tweep 


outwept 


outwept 


Lean 


leant, lent* 


leant, lent* 


Outwork 


out wrought* 


ontwrought* 


Leap 


leapt, lepl* 


leapt, lept* 


Overhear 


overbore 


overborne 


Learn 


learnt* 


learnt* 


Overbid 


overbid 


overbid, ot< 


Leave 


left 


left 






biddea 


Lend 


lent 


lent 


Overblow 


overblew 


overblova 


Let 


let 


let 


verburn 


overbnrnt* 


overburat* 


L i (etre cou- 


lay 


lain 


Overbuy 


overbought 


overbongkt 


cht) 






Overcast 


overcast 


overcast 


Lift 


lift* 


lift* 


Overclimb 


overclomb* 


overclimbe4 


Light (arri- 


light, lit 


light, lit* 


Overcome 


overcame 


overcome 


ver) 






Ove rdo 


ovecdid 


overdone 


Light (allu- 


lit* 


lit* 


Overdraw 


overdrew 


overdraira 


mer) 




! 


Overdrink 


overdrank 


overdmak 


Load 


loaded 


1 loaden* 


Overdriye 


overdrove 


oTtrdiifn 



IRREC 


JUL. VERBS 467 OVE — TRE 




esent, 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


■eat 


overeat, overate 


Overeaten 


Shear 


shore* 


shorn 


•freight 


overfreighted 


ov erf raught* 


Shei • 


shed 


shed 


•get 


overgot 


Overgot 


Shend 


shent 


sheat 


•gild 


overgilt* 


Overgilt* 


Shew 


shewed 


shewn* 


•gird 


o\ergirl* 


overgirl* 


Shine 


shsne 


shone 


•go 


overwent 


overgone 


Shoe 


shod 


shed 


'hang 


overbung 


overhung 


Shoot 


shot 


shot 


■h ear 


overheard 


overheard 


Show 


showed 


shown* 


•lade 


overladed 


overladen 


Shred 


shred 


shred 


•lay 


overlaid 


overlaid 


Shriek 


sh right* 


shrieked 


•load 


overloaded 


overloaden 


Shrink ' 


shrunk 


shruak, shrun- 


•pay 


overpaid 


overpaid 


• 


• ■ 


ken 


•reach 


overraught* 


overraught* 


Shri vo 


shrove . 


shriven, shrift 


•read 


overread 


overread 


Shut 


shut . . 


shut 


•ride 


overrode 


overrode, over- 


Sing 


sung . '' 


sung . 






riddea 


Sink 


sunk 


sunk 


rru n 


overran 


overrun 


Sit 


sat^ sate 


sat, sate 


•see 


oversaw 


overseeo . 


Slay' 


slew 


slain 


•sell 


oversold 


oversold 


Sleep 


slept 


slept 


•set 


overset 


overset 


Slide 


slid 


slid, $lidden 


:s ho 1 


overshot 


overshot 


Sling 


slung 


slung 


rsleep 


overslept 


overslept 


Slink 


slunk 


slunk 


rsp eak 


overspoke 


overspoken 


S li t 


slit, slitted 


slit, slitted 


rs pread 


overspread 


overspread 


Smart". 


smart* 


smart* • 


rs trew 


overstrewed 


overstrewn* 


Smell 


smelt* 


smelt* . 


r take 


overtook 


overtaken 


Smite 


smote 


smitten 


rthrow 


overthrew 


overthrown 


1 1 snows 


snew* 


snown* 


rwork 


overwrought* 


overwrought* 


Sow 


sawed 


sown* 




oac;ht* 


own* 


Speak 


spoke 


spoken 


ake 


partook 


partaken 


Speed 


sped 


sped 




paid 


paid 


Spell 


spelt* 


spelt* 


(parquer) 


pent* 


pent* 


Spend 


spent 


spient 


h 


pight* 


pight* 


Spet 


spelled, spet 


spetted, spet 




put 


put 


Spill 


spih* 


spilt* 


» 


quit, quitted 


quit, quitted 


Spin 


spun, span 


spun 




quoth 


— 


Spit 


'spitted, spit 


spitted, spit 


ch 


raught* 


raught* 


Split 


split 


split 


d 


read 


read 


Spread 


spread ' 


spread 


P. , 


rcapt* 


reapt* 


Spring 


sprung, sprang 


sprung 


uild 


rebuilt 


rebuilt 


Stand 


stood 


stood 


ast 


recast 


recast 


Stave 


stove* 


"stove* 


ear 


reheard 


reheard 


Steal 


stole 


stolen, stoln 


ake 


remade 


remade 


Stick 


stuck 


stuck 


elt 


remclted 


remolten* 


Sting 


stting 
stunk 


stung 


d 


rent 


rent 


Stink 


stunk 


ay 


repaid 


repai4 


Strew 


strewed 


strewn* 


peak 


respoke 


respoken 


Stretch 


straught* 


straught* 


tke 


retook 


retaken 


S t r i d e 


strode, strid 


stridden 


all. 


retold 


retold 


Strike 


struck 


struck, stricken 




rid 


rid 


String 


strung 


strung 


3 


rode 


rode, ridden 


Strive 


strove 


striven 


I 


rang, rung 


ning 


Strow 


strowed 


strown 


> 


rose 


risen 


Swear 


swore 


sworn 


3 


rove* 


riven* 


Sweat 


sweat, swet* 


swet*, sweaten 




rotted 


rot, rotten* 


Sweep 


swept* ' 


swept* 




ran, run 


run 


Swell 


swelled 


swollen, swoln* 




sawed 


sawn* 


Swim 


swum, swam 


swum 




said 


said 


Swing 


swung 


swung 




saw 


seen 


rake 


took 


taken 


k 


sought 


sought 


Teach 


taught 


taught 


the 


sod* 


sodden* 


Tear 


tore 


torn 




sold 


sold 


Tell 


told 


told 


d 


sent 


sent 


Think 


thought 


thought 




set 


set 


Thrive 


throve* 


thriven* 


ke 


shook 


shaken 


Throw 


threw 


thrown 


11 


should 


_ 


Thrust' 


thnist 


thrust . 
tost* 


pe 


shaped 


shapen* 


Toss 


tost* 


ve 


shaved i 


shaven* 


Tread 


trod ' 


trodden 



30 



IRREGUL. VERBS 



468 



DNB — WBI 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


■Present. 


Impcrfwt. 


1 .K«*i^ 


Unbend 


unbent 


unbent 


Upbear 


apbor« 


■pkon 


Unbind 


unbound 


unbound 


Updraw 


npdrev 


npdmra 


Unbuild 


unbuilt 


unbuilt 


Upgrow 


upgrew . 


npgrowa 
npheM, i|U- 


Underbear 


undcrbore 


underbome 


Uphold 


upheld 


Underbid 


underbid 


underbidden 






dcn 


Underbind 


underbound 


underbound 


Uplead 


upled 


apled 


Underbuy 


underbought 


underbought 


Uplift 


oplifl* • 


nplift* 


Undercut 


undercut 


undercut 


Uprise 


upro8« 


nprism 


Underdo 


underdid 


underdone 


Upset 


upset 


vpset 


Undergird 


undergirt 


undergirt 


Upwind 


upwonnd 


bpwonad 


Undergo 


underwent 


undergone 


W.ake 


woke* 


waked 


Underlay 


underlaid 


underlaid 


"yrash 


washed 


washes* 


Underlet 


underlet 


underlet 


Wa-re 


weft* 


weft* 


Underrutt 


underran 


underrun 


Wax 


WOl* 


waxoi* 


Undersell 


undersold 


undersold 


Waylay 


waylaid 


waylaid 


Underset 


underset 


underset 


Wear 


wore 


worn 


Understand 


understood 


understood 


Weave 


wove 


woven 


Undertake 


undertook 


undertaken 


Weep 


wept 


wept 


Underweave 


underwovc 


underwoven 


Wet 


wetted, wet ~ 


wetted, wat 


Underwork 


underwrought* 


undo rwro ugh t* 


Will 


would 




Underwrite 


underwrote 


underwritten 


Win 


won 


won 


Undo 


undid 


undone 


Wind 


wound 


wound- 


Undraw 


undrew 


undrawn 


Wiredraw 


wiredrew 


wirednira 


Ungi rd 


ungirt* 


ungirt* 


Wis 


wist 


wist ■ 


Unlade 


unladed 


unladen 


Wit 


wot, wote 


wotten 


Unload 


unloaded 


unloaden* 


Withdraw 


withdrew 


withdrawn 


Unpay 


unpaid 


unpaid 


Withhold 


withheld 


withheld, vilb- 


Unsay 


unsaid 


unsaid 




.- 


bolden 


Unstring 


unstrung 


unstrung 


Withstand 


withstood 


withstood 


Unswoar 


unsworo 


unsworn 


Wont 


wont 


wont 


U u s w e a t 


unsweat* 


unsweat* 


Work 


wrought* 


wrought* 


Unswell 


unswelled 


unswoln* 


Wreathe 


wreathed 


wreathen* 


Unthink 


unthought 


unthought 


Wring 


wrung 


mrung 


Unwind 


unwound 


unwound 


Write 


wrote 


written 


Unwring 


unwruQg 


itnwrung* 


Writhe 


writhed 


wrUhea 



DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUIGES 



FOR GENERAL USE 



WITH 



THE ACCENTUATION AND A LITERAL PRONUNCIATION 



OF EVERT WORD IN BOTH LANGUAGES 



COMPILED 

FROM THE REST AND MOST APPROVED ENGLISH AND FRENCH AUTHORITIES. 



BY 



W. JAMES & A. MOLE. 



THE FRENCH AHD ENGLISH PART. 



STEREOTYPE EDITION, 



LEIPZIG, 

PRINTED FOR BERNH. TAUGHNITZ JUN. 

1847. 



* 



DICTIONMIRE 



DE LA 



LANGUE FRANCAISE ET ANGLAISE 

A L'USAGE DE TOUS LES tlATS 

ENRICHI 

DE L'ACCENTUATION ET D'UNE PRONONCIATION LITTISRALE 

ET FIGUREE DE GHAQUE MOT DES DEUX LANGUES 

* 

Rl^OIG^ 

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EN FRANCE 

PAR 

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k 
I 



PARTIE FRAKgABE-AVGlilSE. 



EDITION STEB^OrrPE, 



LEIPZIG, 

BERN. TAUCHNITZ JEUHE, XltaAIBE-EDITBIIB. 

1847. 



•m- 



DICTIONARY 



OP THE 



ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES 

FOR GENERAL USE 

WITH 

THE ACCENTUATION AND A LITERAL PRONUNCIATION 

OF EVERY WORD IN BOTH LANGUAGES 
COMPILED 

FROM THE BEST AND MOST APPROVED ENGLISH AND FRENCH AUTHORITIES. 

BY 

W. JAMES & A. MOLE. 



THE FREHGH AND EH6LISH PART. 



STEREOTyPE EDITION, 



LEIPZIG, 

PRINT£D FOR BERNH. TAUCHNITZ JUIH. 

1847. 



# 



DICTIONNAIRE 



DE LA 



LANGUE FRANCAISE ET ANGLAISE 

A L'USAGE DE TOUS LES fiTATS 

ENRICHI 

J)E L'ACCENTUATION ET D'UNE PRONONCIATION LITTSRALE 

ET FIGUREE DE GHAQUE MOT DES DEUX LARGUES 

REOIG^ 

D'APRES LES MEILLEURS DICTIONNAIRES PUBLIES EN ANGLETHBIE ET 

EN FRANCE 

PAR 

W. JAMES & A. KOli. 



FARTIE FRAVgAI8EAH6LiISE. 



EDITION STERiOTYPE, 



LEIPZIG, 

BERN. TAVCHMTZ JEUHE, UftBAIRE-EDITEpit. 

1847. 



m 



DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES 

FOR GENERAL USE 

with' 
THE ACCENTUATION AND A LITERAL PRONUNCIATION 

OF EVERT WORD IN ROTH LANGUAGES 
COMPILED 

FROM THE BEST AND MOST APPRDVED ENGLISH AND FRENCH AUTHORITIES. 

BY 

W. JAMES & A. MOLE. 



THE FRENCH AHD ENGLISH PART. 



STEREOTYPE EDITION, 



LEIPZIG, 

PRINT£D FOR BERNH. TAUCHNITZ JUJN. 

1847. 



" .>.•: 



• 



DICTIONMIRE 



DE LA 



LANGUE FRANCAISE ET ANGLAISE 

A L'USAGE DE TOUS LES fJATS 

ENRICHI 

DE L'ACCENTUATION ET D'UNE PRONONCIATION LITTlfeRALE 

ET FIGDREE DE GHAQUE MOT DES DEUX LAK6UES 

R^DIGlfi 

D'APRES LES MEILLEURS DICTIONNAIRES PUBLIES EN ANGLETHBIE ET 

EN FRANCE 

PAR 

W. JAMES ^ A. KOri 



V 

I 



PARTIE FRAVfAISE-AVGLAISE. 



EDITION STER^OTrPE, 



LEIPZIG, 

BERN. TAUGHNITZ JEUNE, .LI6RAIRE-EDITEUR. 

1847. 



Table 

* 

for the Pronunciation of (he French Vowels and Diphthongs. 



■"rench sounds. 



English sounds. 



h Long . . 
S Short . . 

K Close . . 
h Open grave 
I Open acute 
e Short . . 

1 Long . . 
Short . . 

h Long-open. 

5 Short . . 
h Long-broad 

6 Open-short .. 

\ 00 Short . . 

A Long . . 
% Short . . 

eu Long . . 
eu Short . . 
eu Long-broad 

^N ( in Long . . 
In \ ^^ Short-slender 
g sounds . . 



k 
I 



99 



n denotes a nasal sound 
sh sounds . . 



i 



j> 



as in 

99 » 

99 99 

99 99 

99 • "99 

99 >9 

99 99 

99 99 

9» 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

9>' 99 

99 59 
99 . 99 

99 >9 

99 99 

99 99 

99 99 

9> 99 

99 »9 



e . . 

b4l . . 

bl^ . . 
apr^9 . 
trompettet 
refqs . 

dire 
ami 

ir6ne . 
noter . 
aurore 
vos 

roule ; . 
boulet . 

buse . 
but 

jeunQ . 
meute . 
mineur 

antiqucf 
lien 

guerre 

poignard 

moquer 

Yeiller . 

bon 

cher 

agir . . 



bar 
bat 

base 
there 
ebb 
over 

M 

robe 

rob 

lord 

no 

mood 
good 



guard 
poignant 
kind 
seraglio 

shore 
axure. 



Abbreviations. 



agr. 

alg. 

anat. 

ant. 

ar. 

arch. 

arm. 

artill. 

astr. 

astrol. 

bat. 

bill. 

bias. 

bot. 

bouch. 

boul. 

br. 

chap. 

chass. 

chem.d.f. 

chim., 

chir. 

com. 

CODSt. 

cord. 

cuis. 

dess. 

did. 

dipl. 

dr^ 

^con. 

escr. 

fauc. 

Od. 



agriculture 

algebre 

anatomie 

antiquitS 

arit/imStique 

architecture 

armurier 

artillerie 

astronomie 

astrologie 

bateau a va- 



agriculture 
algebra 
anatomy 
antiquity 
arithmetics 
,arc)iitecture 
gunsmith 
artillery 
astronomy 
astrology 
steam-boat 



peur 
billard 
blason 

botanique « 
boucher 
boulanger 
brasseur 
chapellerie 
chaise 

chemin defer 
chimie 
chirurgie 
commerce 
construction 
cordonnier 
cuisine 
dessin 
didactique 
diplomatique 
droit 
economic 
escrime 
fauconnerie: 
finances 



billiards 

heraldry 

botany ' 

butcher 

baker 

brewer 

hatr-miEiking 

hunting 

railway 

chemistry 

surgery 

commerce 

building 

shoemaker 

culinary arts 

drawing 

didactic 

diplomacy 

law 

economy 

fencing 

falconry 

finances 



f!or,t. 
g^ogr. 
gdol. 
g^om. 

hist., 
hist. nat. 

horl. 

hert. 

byd. 

iinpr. • 

jard*. 

iur. 

lib. 

loc; 

log. 
ma. 

mac* 
qaan. 
mar. 
math. 

m^c. 
m^d. 
men. 
mi. 

mil, 

min. 

mon« 

mus. 

myth. 

n.yap. 



fQrtifitiation 

gSQgraphie 

gSologie ' 

gSomitrie 
' grammaire .. 

histoire - 

histdire naiu- 
relle 

horloger 

horticulture ■ 

hyUraulique 

iifiprimerie 
Jardini^r • 
' jurisprudence in 

librairie - be 

locomotive 



fortificatiop 
geography 
geology 
geometry 
grammar . 
history . 
natilriu histo-r 



ry 

watch-maker 
horticulture 
hydraulics . 
printing '. 
gardener 
risprudence 
ook-^ellkig 
locbfltiotite- 



'logique 

manige 

tnafonnerie 

manx{facture 

fnanne 

mathhnati' 

ques 
micanique 
nMecine 
menuisier 
mbwur- 
tOft militaire 
WfMrahgie 
ittmmayage 
mniiique 
mythologie 
. navigaiUm ^ 

vigffeur 



engine 

logi<; 

riding 

ihasonry 

manufacture 

navv 

matnematics 

mechanics 
medicine 
joiner 
miner 
military art 
mineralogy 
cdojKge 
music 
mythology 
i»team-nan- 
gallon 



'% 



VIII 



opt. 


optique 


optics 


Off. 


orfhyre 


goldsmith 


orn. 


ornithologie 


ornithology 


peiot. 


peinture 


painting 


pharin 


. pharmacie 


pharmacy 


phil. 


philosophie 


philosophy 


phys. 


physique 


physics 


po^s. 


poesie 


poetry 


rel. 


reliure 


binding 


rh^t. 


rhetorique 


rhetoric 


sculp. 


sculpture 


sculpture 


tail. 


tailleur 


tailor 


tech. 


technologie 


technology 


th^ol. 


tkeologie 


theology 


tiss. 


tisserand 


weaver 


toon. 


tonnelier 


cooper 


typ- 


typographie 


typography 


\ap. 


machine a va 
peur 


- steam-engine 


yH, 


art vSterinaire veterinary art. 


adj. 


adject\f 


aoun adjective 


adv. 


adverbe 


adverb 


art. 


article 


article 


conj. 


coryonciion 


conjunction 



f. 


feminin 


l^emiiiine go- 
der 


fam. 


familiSremeni familiarly 


«g. 


Jigurdfnent 


figuratively 


iht. 


intetyection 


iDteijection 


m. 


masculin 


masculiiie 
gender 


part. 


participe 


participle 


partic. particule 


particle v 


pers. 


personnel 


personal 


pl. 


.pluriel 


plaral nambet 


pop. 


populatPement valgarlj ■ 


pron. 


pronom' 


proBonn 


prp. 


prSposition 


preposftioii 


s. 


substantif . 


nonnsubstH- 
tive 


sing. 


singulier 


singular nn- 
ber . 


V. 


voyex 


si^e 


V. a. 


verbe aet^f 


active vedi 


V. inap 


1. verbe imper- 


impersoml 




sonnel 


verb 


V. iff. 


verbe irrSgu- 


irregalar vA 


- 


lier 




V. n. 


verbe neuire 


neuter verb 


V. r. 


verbe riJUoki 


reciprocal 
verb. 




• 



A. 



KiS'"''"''"''' 

jlbnbaiiine, r<. Jblbvlii, idj. 



>er, Uillliil. T. 
JlbnTourillr'.mi^lr,'.. .. 

' run- to iHakt dntl, to UtHpify. 

Alxindon, IbtndM, m. ^- 



IbllwlB.m. Jop-jf 



! iaiilir, tramr. 



U,-t.a.lct.Hpfill 
AlVicot, "JHiS, m. =»/. -J «.«, *^Z"j^'!i ■ 

Abftttsi^, ibh^ I. untlercrfiBl oj mitlMi fffifnW, 

A^iiiS', e . IfcJsi, pin- 01 .«, J™/|'t^"'r! » 

AbSrMe?KKC.,.. to &«,«■, 



AbiiUiipiir, IbiiSuc, n. (uttj 

Ahait.JU.m. fcji, 
AbiiJDue, ibiitu, !._ Ili &«-, 

ACsl'iAintiirnTlblji'bwZ, t. 



Acridflirr, iluldlu, t. iccf-' it 
Aqriiimil,lWdlii,m. Meic/inf, 
duaut, MlK^imti (Bdd.)lA 



"!^ 












1 

Wh™,'ifl'lVJi'fur,' B. i 



sii-a^j 



AIbi(|ue.Ilktk,i>.in>> 
Albnn, ilbru, m. ynHi 

AlbmiiT, tllirfiil. *. k. r. 
AllmKinfiisllliililnl.AI 

A ibDiiri H.iili .'r.' Jlh-gi 

A1bau,^iliim, m..lh»n 
Allmillliu-, UblBln.r.l 

AlbummKBX, •■, Ilbli 
(ij. {chin J mliM>ul«m-> 

AlcnV'iw, tlUik, >!]. I 
mlctlc. l/cbiB.] aHi/n 



(cjdin.) tUalrKtM. 
Al<:n1i,llkll1,B.iir(u». 

A!w!iii,iiiiiii«...ii,.-«.. 

Aknliutii.m, la'Jr<>j>1< 

AlnliiiT, :ili^]1-3,r.i. [ 
Alcnm2as,S]tlr:.I,in.. 

A^itKiT'm'.'Tir'^' 
Alrliiiiiiiil<>,Sri>1i1ini>t, i 



AlcunlDiiiPtr", ;ULiJJ3uil 

■/coJhiJouir'^. 
Alrunin. iLkicln, n. (»r. 

AlCTOII, il*lu4, U. ^11 

AlRT<>'i>i''B.nr. Il-1i!n1'> 

Al(li>^ii,:'l'dtnla,'B.. 
AU.lJ.f.Bfr. i» 

AlvKlinrf, lllllirlr, iilj.ij 



iMq;«rxi:i«'d^«^iu. 









v, SiLtr, t. ntaWui^ AliineutniR, ihminitr, dj. 
,' I]!l I. (inb.l^^'Jr Alimmtntiuii, MatMUai, I. 
i.SlTii, AlHvJua^", 11 "ii-niiWJMi (nfJ/HiUiif. 
I, m.Jnr, HiHHf iCjA. 'Alimmler, tnnlsll, t. •. B 
uv, IjTlur, T. I. f. (Wcf ."■"'^'■yw ^ . 
•>/irii*/iy. AluiwnUaz,w,IllMlMli,iU. 

iB[frrF.'illvUl(r.f./»»rfi -"n^™- r^™.*. inJ. 






Ot'i-r iUif.'"!^ 



{,,ilv5li,f.. 







[n, :jll6'J(iri»,ii1. hi-. , 'f". I HtmtMi--, Mk rf J; 

n, tllhanm.B. Wf- i A lp||4™f«, IIOmiIb, ■. Wfc. 
IfiMhw. lAlltW.UliJ.l.l.toa/fnaH, 

I. liltliw.n. ii;4.g.tf a| '" Mi™i « "w.m eiAii, • 

Arij'Xrififlyi.f-'™— ■'5^-'*'.''^?''' ""■'."■.■ T- 1, Mii* 
AlHiinbk inlBlH, Hi]. «/■«-; I'/r*'"- ■•■■ /^r.nm i-t-^ t. r. 

"' Allr|tunF,tUUrl.f,>I/<«n. 

I Alhvi.riqBe, Ol^Irlt, J]. A- 

lAIU^oriii-nneat, tlllmlnl 

I AUp^tonirr, mttT»K-. m. f 

|AII.:»rri«™., MllfJr'-^^- 

" ■luWrt. 



n, Wiii!.lM,_f. il 






tlli-uonXrv IIJ 
tllJ-un-.IUf|r,. 



..yri?- 



iHA^'^m 



Animnli^alp, tnlmllitl, a. i»f- 



A«r;;^ In.*!, ..■(-. j;;;:;; 



Aotltnr, t'Ml - 






AliPW'Dl^. r. Inlrlnli, adj. 



Atch^lie, irklilp, m. urt&c-] 



Aup'H0rin™.-t'>'l'1tl, *d]. 

Altrttfiuiljjiltlrr'l iammrr, 

A»Pi> luJ, ill'- MDuri, »nf 

Stlnilvi - boibsssiTiMiii*! 

Aui ilu.e, MdliiiU . atlJ-utit, 
Jilignil, Hdlle-I, CMMUl, 

AnidllllX' IsUllll, t. tntldml- 

dUimZ."'" ' '- *"' 

Auw'tlPnnt, •, I»1l<til, Id]. 
Auiii,^, Snli>I,'T.4.l.> «»)'![' 
Alti«I«°r,lLl, ». pi. 'I'trL 
ABiiriilP.u.lliil.f. ctn.,(cun.: 

AMlpil'',"l«l»l' l°'^'l'l, "•Ulf, 

Aiiignj .If, l.?(.Shl .dj. «. 

AMlsnnSo^XlVnWo-, f: =» 
AuigiuY, Mf si. T, t. (0 onif D, 



tiirn one'* «if. 
/rMfoni' ■'™'"' '""'''' 
Aiuim, itll, r. pi. Ihf wrVt, 

Aw'>tancpT£l-''ln^f"»«/«- 






AHcnrpr, Jil-il, ■ 



'™.w:':'* 









AltAinntinn, tllnliiliui 
jUl«"i"»r,"liin!|l. «. >. n 



n. fioi./y-lniji iplaiil). 
Atlmii^iii^inid, iUlt ilti, 
AllriipTi-. iTripLr't. M eaJc*, 

All^u^i, JirSp, f. pi. <air.) 



*"** ! A tlHMiir,''jlrtfc)'f T. 1. w a(- 






ALT 

tlier; ad'aatres, I don't be- 
lieve yoH, non»enne ! rntre 
autrcs, among other people; 
among other thingn; do part 
et d'-, on both nldea; run 
Taut I'-, they are both alike. 

Autrefois, f*trfwii, iiy. former- 
ly, informer times. 

Autrf^uiont, otrmio, adT.o/Acr- 
vuite, else. 

Autre-part , StrpSr, adr. el»e- 
xuhere, somewhere else; d'— , 
besides, on the other hand. 

AiitrucUe, CtrSsh, t. ostrich ; 
estomac d'-, strong stomach. 

Autnii,utrS^, pron. others, other 
people; d^pendrc d'-, to de- 
pend upon others. 

Aiivpiit, hy\n,m. pentice, pent- 
house. 

Auver^nAt , ST^rgnl , m. a 
strong wine of Auvergne. 

Aiivosque^uTisk, m. a sort of 
cider, ^ 

Auxillaire, Bks^rtJr, adj. muri- 
liaru , subsidiary ; vcrbo -, 
auxiliary verhe; troupes auxi- 
liaires, auxiliary troops. 

•'Avachir. Xvachlr, t. r. to 
gfotv soft , to become slack; 
to grow flaggy. 

Avag*», ivSs, m. hangman's fee 
on market-days. 

AVcll, Xval, m. (com.) endorse- 
ment. 

Aval, XvSl, adv. downwards, 
dorvn the rit'cr; vent d*-, 
xue^lerly tvind. 

AvnlngP, 3>Sl?«. m. letting 
down into a cellar, 

Avniaison, avalizo/i, f. torrent, 
flood. [f. avalanche. 

Avalanche, Avalanyp, aTftlSnz, 

Avalanl, e, bvalln, adj. (mar.) 
going dotvn the river. 

Avalasst'j.iivaliis, v. Avalalson. 

Avaleo, iv*il3, f. {tiss.) stretch, 

Avalor, SvSlJ, v. a. to sivallnitj, 
to Ift down ; to go down the 
river ; - un afTrout, to pocket 
an injury ; — le calico, to drink 



30 

par — , beforehand , in ad- 
vance ; felre en -, to be in ad- 
vance, to be beforehand; 
avances,pl._/fr.»< steps towards 
an agreement ; money ad- 
vanced. 

Avance, e, Svlnsi, part, et adj. 
adi'anced , stretched out ; 
garde avanc^e , advance- 
guard; sentincUe avancde, 
perdue-centinel. 

Avanc(>iiient,ilvtntnntn^in. ad- 
vancement, promotion f pro- 
gress, improvement; — dhoi- 
rie, hereditary portion paid 
beforehand ; - d'un ouvrage, 
forwardness of a work, 

Avancor, SvJnsJ, v. a. ct n. to 
advance, to forward, to has- 
ten ; to raise, to promote ; to 
propoxe ; to adi'ance y to pay 
by anticipation ; to ge on, to 
move forward ; to make pro- 
gress; to jut, to project ; faire 
— , to push on ; — lo braii, to 
stretch one^s arm foinvard ; 
— un ouvrage , to forxuard a 
piece of -work; - ses affaires 
to hasten the success of one's 
affairs; -I'horjoge, to put the 
clock forward ; - de I argent, 
to pay money beforehand ; - 
cndge, /o advance in age; s'-, 
T. r. to come or go forward; 
to be preferred, to improve ; 
to stand out, to jut out, 

Avancpiir, avtnslur, m. gold- 
-wire diHiwer. [.tort ion. 

Avail ie, 'iv'Anl, f. afl'ront, ex- 

Avaiif, Svftn, m. (mar.) pro-w, 
the hows. 

Avail t/avJu, prp. ct adv. before, 



AYA 

above; to favour t te M<^ 

upon, 
Avanta^euseinent, IvtatUv 

roin, adv. advantageoiulv, 
Avantageiix, se, iTlitiiSa, 

adj. advantageous f profittMst 

favourable ; proiuff huMf^hf' 
A vant-bec , ivtnbik, m. «tan- 

ing of a stotte-bridge, 
Avanl-brasylYliibri, m, fon- 

arm, 
Avanl-cTiemm-conTertJ l*l« 

abminkSov^r, m.Jirtt covert^ 

tuay. 
Avail t-coeiir, lvliilfar» a. jut 

of the stomach, 
Avant-corx)s, lvtiii(Br,ai./«r»> 

pa^t of a building. 

Avant-coiu?, Ivtiiwor,' t. fan- 
yard. 
Avant-ooiiretir , iTlAAdorlv, 

m. forerunner, harbinger, 
Avant-dernier, ere, ivliidlr 

•nil, adj. the last but on€. 
Avail t-uuc, IvtndSk, m. pile- 

xvork at the abutment of * 

bridge. _ ^ 

A vaiit - faire - drqjt , tvloflr 

drws, m. previotis fudgmemt. 
Avant-fosse,tvln(3si,iD. voh- 

fosse, fore-ditch. 

Avant-garde, Svlnglrd,f. vmn- 

. guard, van. ' {fatte. 

Avant-goAt,ivlngfto, n.fore- 

Avant-Tupr, ivlntl^r,. adv. the 

day before yesterday, 
Avant-four, %vlnx8br, m» time 

before sunrise, momtHg^twi- 

light. 
Avant-inain,lvtnmiii, m.for*' 

hand stroke; forepart ef m 

horse, [aooji. 



forward, fur ; -tout, first of Avant-imdi,lTtnm1d1,injQ>rf- 
all, before all; pins-',^»/r/Afr, j Avfmt-iimr. Ivlnmir, m. ««/- 
deeper; - tout autre, htfore -ward vu all. \,cipat 



any other; — voire arriv«5e, 
before your arrival; en -, 
forward, forth ; mcttre cn -, 
to offer, to propose ; - que, 
before; - de, - que do, be- 
fore ; - de parti r, before set- 



Avail t-part, Ivlnptr, f. pre- 

Avaiit-peche, ivlnpiah, f. 
early peach. 

Avani-pied,lvlnp^i, m. (aaatj 
metatarsis; upper-leather of 
a shoe. ^ {^take. 

Avail l-pion, Ivlnplln, m.fere- 




<u/a//«ifj»,- fam.'- de pois gri«!, strip, toerrel; prendre - de Avant-propos, itlnprdpa, ■. 

qrh.. to take advantage of a' preamble, preface. 



5*lutton ; - de charrettcs, hulhj, 
lector. lii'ool, I 

Avalifs, avail, f. pi. gt(.vrr't\ 

Avaloire, a\'!ilwir, f. fam. targe' 
throat ; hreecliing ; ftumper. 

Avalun*, 'dvilAr, f. hoof bony. 

Avan<;ng»*, avJnsas, m. coach- 
stand, cab-stand. 

Avance, ii> ins, f. projection; 
•way one has before another; 
advance; anticipation; d'-. 



thing; parlor a 1- do qn., to Ayant-(iuart,'ftv4nklr,Qi.«;«rii- 
give a good rharucter of one; ■ ing (of a clock). 
prondro qn. a son -, to fall Avaiil-scene, ivlda^Di f. pro- 
upon one ruith odds ; tourrior sceniitm. [jectimg roof, 

tout k son -, liror - do tout, to Avnnl-toit, Svintwl, n. /v»- 
turn every thing to one's ail- A vaiii-traili, ^vlnlrin, Bi.yar** 
viint'ige, to profit by every' ivheefs and pole of a eomcH, 
thing. A\aiit-V('ilJe, IvlaTi/, f. day 

Avaiila:;er, 2\lnt3x', V. a. to', before the eve. 
advantage, to give over and Avare, avar« a^J. mtforicimmt. 



M 



All 

li.rt «. L''«Ult«- . J tiuK : t-t- 

lllli'i-.- Uftii'/ f f'lttr f>f fj .' 
unti'ff i-'i.«/ :».-;»f*' ot j.-h' 
*;:<!-, tiK I'v't '.;.»-» ' ui 
^•ii' .' -; ■'.•n II" f'l-:'' !.,.•.» . 

AtllfHi-.ii;. i. '■■V«: . Ji'i* ./'f »#.«'- 

i w .. it. J t- f »».#-' ■ , n.f* . 
Aull«'iiifJ!*. .•\:u,ii.; hity.vinrr- 

^t/.♦'c *fi»»»-M f »•» »^. c -, 

A»"*'l»'"li»-, "' '•■'•I ; ^ Vffi:*' : 
^Ut.rx .'■■! i' ■ . |>'<'i .v'i-t-tr '•ihft 

f*.'.f..r: &^-]iiMitj!l- U -, fu Ct.- 
Utotig VL if* :•* Ami T^f**-. 
A U V»-t.'J u»-j I * Ki , IL . « *</# ♦ </ 

'.i'Jrt . 

A\)>..\lhji*-, ?k-''^'#-r, ar.'. «!/.'■;- 
(lift 4 /<//'>;</i!»^ V ; '•.•i/< -. 

J ^.fef tfuyi («#v '/</t/. '. 

«'A **t«|jjr. i«tM:jr, T. r. 'c 

Av»'^*'; '»i«, «•-. ftati^man't /ft 

Av{*), iibj, XL. ■k:-ui.) rmdf,rn:- 

A \ ii I ^ 't » ' J, t*! V , d'ju,hv. tir<it, 
dvu n itii: iii.ii I »t-i»t 0'— J 

AviiJ.'i^i-j *tiJ'i«. m. Irtlinji 

dimiH Ihlij a rf''ar. 
A v;ilMJk</iJ, k}';.jtx'./i, f. tvrrfui 

flood. \. uvaiaii'ih*!. 

A V n i •'•! I t\n',A\ •'! I<'i li ^' c, £ t '^ I S i;z, 
A ViiJiliit, <', blidi^M, «dj. (Uitl.J 

goiti}/ doit,ti tlif liljrf. 

A Viil.'i'k*-, './jri.-, Y. Avalaik''!!. 
A v>-iU-<'. isC.J; f. /lJ6*.y elf tell, 

Av'il<-r, ZiZjS, v. «. /</ ewal lovj, 
/// /* / di/u.ii ; tu ffo ditUiH ihv 
rim-i I ■ uh dtlfntt, lo pm l>fl 
nil III lilt If i ■' It- I itliri- hi i/fiii/i 
llir I iifi i ■• Uhit hfiUfU*: , to 
I'l/i uji'ii hruifli i n'-~f V. r. /'; 
hiiii^ it mi II I •! Jilt Urn \ final. 
A V<il<'M«-, !i\('.l^l, f, ti mtt iif 
Avfll«'ll|-, Zv'bll-lJI', Iti, llHf uJiii 

miiiHiiini, i (jiii, ■ ill' |M#i«i vtf, 

itiiilhiii , - ill' i.|»air« lti;h, //////'/ 
If '•// . ! iDiliit . 

Aviill'-S, liiiill, J. (ij. If/i,fi/'fl 

A V 'll<;l<l'/d\.ilv%l|, I. fjlli. ////■•»« 
l/iiniil; /'I I 1 I /ii/iff , ftiiHif/rr. 

A V ill IMC, ilvbl/.l. f. /ii,„J/i„in/. 

A ViilK iiM<'i 'i'3ii-'J', III. much- 
Ill mill, • I'll alilinl. 

A\ iilK <' I ^^^""1 '• I'l I'jf'tiini ; 
uniif iiiti' /mi lifjiirf iiiiitllifr i 
udvuniin aiilli.if'ultiiiii d''^ 



3(1 



jiB' — . ti*-Ji-'*'iianC . tr. ut— 
1 Bfio* : V '• '•! — . fi f'» If. UI— 
1 wfiCf . It i»f i"['f""'f.am. 
f »u:--^ y..y r—: si'i' u'uu't:- 

A *'Jiii' » . »-. rT^us^- |>a-:. r: wij. 
!■(■ ' unc'C , s''r.\:tfC rtr. 
|.a:o*- eraii'. •'« . ac(7-iirfCf- 
^uuff.: x^iiiiiivlie a\«u'.-t-^. 

f-frCu*-i.':l.'..ntl. 

• .A^'<<ii«-»'jii*']r.. i^aiifnitii m. a6- 

T t/.-rM. »•#.■? . /'univllOI. . f'r"!— 
^rvrt in.j<rtl'-ii.ri.' : — d'ui'i- 
Ti' . /i»"»; ..'li'T. fv'.ivi: ituiC 

A \aii'.'"r . L-.bii-I. ^. fc. ft t. fr 
ttorcr.o'. '• fvruu'd '.i- fia9- 
tf-t, ' ?• lui-.t. '.I f'otittff*: 't 
ff. ;■••'* 'vtiatiif.it. It- pay 
'•y u: .'.:; ukt.vn : *o pf on. :t 
ff.:-Z* /•.ru. urii : •;■ it.ult p^i— 
ff »" . '.'.• ,..*.'v JTfjtci : Ift:'t 
-. ■•- /fc»'/ : f . : - jt Iirafi, rr- 
fiff';- ' t.*' t arxH ^I'-uwa i 
- L-ii 'tuia^-*:- f!' /iTu fa'C a 
f if',*- 'Jiirf; — svt afleirf*-. 
tc •-u>'»n '• f eu'.c**t tj vnt t 
cj'i.irf ' - J "tior; '•;:»■,. lOfut t^^t 
C'.'.t J- r-AurU : - Ot Jiri<-lit.. 
tfj f uyj m'.>it*'u l"-J'.-t*l.u.i.'J i — 
til *i" •?-'(/ a'Jt uri'j* ih a^Vi h'-. 
T. r. t'j C'-m*- '■»■ f- J urin; ard : 
' Uj if i-r^Jttrtd, to itn/rwe; 
fo t'ai '1 'jut. *!/ jut out, 

Av;irio*'iir, ntu^tur, n. t;o!d- 

v,in' dnatjuir. 'jorlioii. 

A \aiji"; ii'Jl;, f, aJTrvntf tr- 

A\iii\\y niiij ID. (mar.; prtru.-, 

tlif l/inl.r, 

A V •'! I1 1 . V \ I li. (.- rp . «l a J r . h^fore. 

J//rv-iiid/j'ir; -tout. firH of 

a'-l, hi-JomalL l)lu':-.}iirlhtrf 

j dfi-itft : - tout autre, f'^J'vre 

nny olhrn - lolre arrj\£e, 

lifjurf your arriral; «:n -, 

Jorivnrd, forth: Hie' 'rtr ta -, 

/« '>fl''r, to i-rof.-ore ; - qu^, 

brforf; - df, - qu« dCj ^<r- 

■ f'trr; - de fiartir. before ett- 

imii off. 

A v<'ilit;i;!(', Z^lot'iS:, m. aJ^'an- 

tii'^f, auhi , Jirnfit i pm-a- 

Irii/'f ; fiuloujinml ; prfroffa- 

lii-f. hrl/ifOpi orluntlxf ; oddt 

(ill f/liii/); avoir I'- «>ur, /o out- 

ffii/i, lofirel; pT' ndre - de 

i\'\\., to Inkf adfaiitagit of a 

fhiit^ ; jmrJi-r a I'- d« qn., to 

ffii-i' It ffiHiil rltaractrr of oite; 

pri'ii'lri" <|ii. a ♦■on -, to full 

ii/'ini inir with oddn ; louriier 

I liiiil d soil -, liriT - dc tout, to 

' turn I t'fnj ihiiiff to /»/nf'* iiil- 

j riiiif'i(fi' , to profit by every 

I tiling. 

' A Mill I it .{''>*, l\Xnliiz3, V. a. to 
I iidruntagef to givt over and 



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ui'cn*r i tc Ji 

A V .11 it;is>'nu*f ui*u L . 
iiidi.. aoA . utivanlufecmmbu. ^ 

AvniiiKU'nis . 14-. JhiauahL 
•d;. uai-anru^enMK. prnfiUfUt 
fai-nwvinr:^ j-r-oun. Umfin, 

A vani-tK*r . avlnhfk. s. umrt- 

Av;ixit-bntwa>'liiiiT&, jb. ^v**- 

Ai fiiii-<'li«inii*-rntrr«rt. Idi 

abnnnk(iir\«r. m.^firt: 

■u an. 
AvHin-rnonr, vvinliin^ 

ff lilt stomach.. 
A vani-c-tir|i!k. B'cixii1hr,m.,?«*- 

pur: ff I. intiiding. 
ATaiit-cour, nxinMoK, !..'*«-*- 

fiard. 
AViiirt-crntTPiir , SrlMAmiB 

m. foT-tmriuer, harJfinper. 

ATTiTit— (l«nu«»r, erp- K%iaA 

■ii\L. ad . til f Jam* hut one. 
AT«ii:t-du'*, B^indok, au jd'.*- 

•ui-rk ut the ubmtmeuX ^* 

vricgr. 
A V Hii t - iiiirp - droit , vvlBrtr 

drwL m. pm'inut judgm^t. 
Avhllt-lti>-<e«',L\iBfSA2,]D. rt»- 

Jt'r*-t . fttrr-aifch. 
AV»iit-£:flrdf>,a\ia|:ard,f. ma- 

fuarj. lan. JmUt 

Av«iii-i!ouT.avinpftn. ■m.. forr- 
ATraKt-lii»T. a%tntilr, adr. the 

Caxi b*iortr ^ertrrdaw. 
Av3»nt-iour. B-«£asIwr, b. time 

I'ffire fitnrigr, momimf twi- 

li^ht. 
AT;int-inain. iTtniBiR, m.J»re- 

hand rtroke: forefiurt of m 

hoT'e. ^ _ luoem. 

A T » B t-mi di, b t1 mni d?, B.,/0rif- 
Av»nt-iiiiir, 'itluBir, ■. emt- 

ward uall. [jeifmi. 

Avaril-part, iTinplr, f. fre- 
Avaiit-peche, i^tapiakt f> 

ear.'y f each. 
Avail t-jiifd, Ivinpll, aa. (aaaO 

mefaturtit ; mpper-iratker *f 

a fhoe. _ {,9tmke. 

, Avail t-piV>Ti.lTiiip?ia,B^«r«^ 

Av.int-iiriiunPt,*^ Iapwi|»i»i3. 

(au»\.} 1 'oreturi$t . [port, 

Avaiit-prirtyKvlnpwr. m, omter- 
Avant-postt*, i^fopdct, a. «■- 

vatice-j ost, out-pont. 

Avaiit-])rO|ios, iTlnprSpS^ ■. 

J ire amble, preface. 
A vant-quart,AviDklr,ia.to«r«- 

ing {of a clock). 
Av.'iiit-»irenc, 'itlnsfn^ f. />r»- 

Kci-niiim. {.jeeltmg ro«if. 

Avnnt-toit, aTlntwi, n. iw- 
A vnii t-trniiu iiiDlri/i, a. jonr- 

ttjheeU and pole of a eo*eX, 
A\niit-v«'iljH, ItIbtZ^ f. ttmy 

before the eve. 



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At." r?*r. i--- I •» •. *; — .-■- 
: a/- ", ■ •■.»-■■- r . 

A v't ■.■'.. i ■ * ■ "■ .■ ■ '"I . ' 
c*: it ; * J--' '^ ' • r - ■ . 

Av^ i-r. *--«I 1. 1. •■ I- •. . • 
c:.- ■-, - ,.-' ■ ■ ,*- '- • 

f a ■ •' . - . - z' - ." " - - J-* 
<: - *' f ■ - -. 1 - ■> . r . r ; ' t.. ,-. ■ " 
a'.''.z't ■* ■ 7' '.''** '* ,' ' *"~ 
^ 1 ..-.-. , ' - '- „ 1 •: ' • " / ' » '■- 



Af ■■■■«■■• I' -■ • w ^ m 






■j ^/-i-' 



■T ■"/ »■'";' 



'irj. 



A". -J NT--, 1-. *'■', =ri- *:' 

Av..v«^T, 1. ' . - *. t. "s^ir., .'. 

r:'', '-.Jr '!>"■.. 
A^ri!, I r" . r.,>// »■;.'• ; ■■ - 

■ 1'-, If >u _' . '. 

AMil'i -ri ; ■■. • -V^ . f. :. -i. 
A Hi"'"l'»i'"- • ' I'.r »-,. ■^■' 
th" 't' z. * «'■ .' I 'it.'. 

A vu ■:*-,. ■'■•.?'.. ir.ir., /' ■ ', •>. 
A'Hif'-r. ■. '^' ', T, 1. u.ir,, •■ 

Ax**, 4^*, m. ari», ar'»-'rf. 

inio. .*■!.»■, ?/^-.« i'J .H.r. 
AAill'tlr*'', iki'iiT, •'!], ■'init., 

Axiotii'-, iiiV.m, ra. nrhm. 
Ajc'IIi^*-. ik-'./ :, f. /i- ^ J :urJ; 

fja'.: '-r *a "' './ :'' j';. 
Ajviut-' 'f'»*«f, •!,. Tf.L-.7, m. re- 

tif'^-i-'n'if'' Iruilrf. 
Aynl, V, \i- .1. 
Ayii'-t, In*: m. tinu^r. 
Ayj'TtAf*, i/r .r. f. uz^iole. 
A7.*'T*A\*'r, i/r?i'i3, m. Neapoli- 
tan mrillar-lt ff. 
Aziiiiiit, v/Mn'-J, in, azimuth. 
A/.iiiiiil'il • '*• iiintniil, adj. 

aziinuf/iiit, 
AzOt'*, i/'.f, m. ^'•Iiini.) azof. 
AittU-f f, 'iz^i.?, a-h- i:-ntainin-i 

nznt. I'J'-> ■'^_v-t-"o/c"/r»'i/. 

A/.iir, '^z^r. in. nziiie; c<»nU-ur 
A/.iir'T, i/^iri, V. a. /o aturr^ to 

coliiur III II f. 
A/.yiW , 'izun, adj. azymnu*, 

unjrrni'-nfftl : -, ill. utuni^. 
A/.>iiiil'', a/'!iiiil, m. uziinitc, 

eater nj" uiiirai-rned bread. 

B. 

n, m. /-Ir** m.ir'|ii^ ah b, to he 
humjhuikul ; il ii(; '.lit ni a ni I 
)i, //'• i' It iiirri' i:fiit>rainu». [ 

JJjili«'iirr«', l/iljliir, iii. buttcr-\ 
milk. ^ i 

lliil»i< li«', IiiImsIi, f. n.-i1)i(-hon, 

Unhil, b'ali'il, m. /irating, c/iit-\ 
chat, prattle. I 



ii • .i.*r. .- .:-:: -f 

bV:, . . i-. r" ; : - ru f. : i- f ;«. ^ <-- - 

Bb .■ r.l. x-.-'r. s. =ir , .'.sr- 

J i*" ; ■/ a ' : / . 
B;*?i'r.l.>;*. t. _:.-.*'•._ •»- .j'-- 

* ir :-:^ I' :*• '_.•'. *'. ' -""f. 
B'»i ■iii''!i*i. : .' i..'.;.. i .'i- 
Itir('.-ik::i. f ..-».... »r., /-- - -■':. 

/ .j;. '■'•• '-■'/. .. 
B"" . : -W rr,.*r ■-•-.-" i'.- pi«5*r 

• ■■ -, '.; :r:.it '...s ri- tr tn <i 
t'*riy-l'. if. 

B-'i ■ .1 1 ■ A ■ I ,. h": il :' ' , B. dried . 

cr .: f-'' . *'f z^ '■•'i, 
B-" ■ ;i|aMr»^;ii, ' LiilirrJi . be. 

B.I' • li'>ii''ii, L.»ir:";. rr. f-.' 

B I" lii'ill'il", ii.k:.t^... f. r." -.",■. 

i'/. • : HxcLioi]?*. pi. 'h'lii:- 

c'j'.J.''. ^ ^'»rir-:' '«■/■• f. 

B-i'-* Iian.'ilJs'^r. biiwUJ.^.'i i. c. . 

B.if I ll.'int'^. li^kLla'.. f. /;.i ".-^ i/;f: 
t'-rin-ig tn*. \hac ijm'iit. 

l^r^ff'^\^'c^^,l■ik'r'.i'T, ailj. {Lot. J 
B-'irli.i, biaha, m. hwhaw. 

B''i^li'ili*=', blah'llj f. pucha'ic • 

/'.I f-u'.ic. _c,ir-ti'.'. 

Ba'-Ii" bi-h, f. vater~eiigine : , 
B.ii li'U'U", bail.:?:, f. dam'.:. ' 
B.T^Ii»"'li»T. biaLIli, m. bache- 
lor: Hiii^ht. ^Cixr/;. 

Bil'li»T, bi".!.!, T. a. /o r/'' i/i 
l{;irliiqiu*, bj^bik^ adj. bacchic, , 

driin/.i'n. j 

B'lrhot. ba«L', m.^vherry. | 

B.'H'Iiot.'i _v,b'i«.br/.ix,in. t6«rrry- : 

iiiitn'' hifinei*. \ 

B<i<-li"t"iir , b'ltbSieur , m. 

IV her ry -man. I 

Bnr|iiiii<*.b;i-b4'-n, f. biiclet, pail. 
B.irilf, ba-ll. m. Sea-J'euiiet. j 
Bii<-la:t'-, bikiai, m. tying o/\ 

bout* (in a port) ; duty paid 

J'lr it. 
B<1«-.l«'r,bikl3, v.a. to fasten; to 

di"! alch , to conclude , to -, 

finish. 'Jo cudgel. 

B;m'iiI»t, bj/CnlJ, V. a. in thrwh, 
Baflaud, badii, m. booly, cocl- 
' ney. [.cod my. 

B.'i(niU(1(>,b&dod, t. filly woman. 
Bailaudai;'', b'adiidiiz ,' m. silli' 

/ip»», I'ockneyi^m, [a/. 

I{;i<1niir]r'r,h(idodi}, T. n. to pupf^ 
B;i(I.'iii(lpri(>, bad8dr^, f. foole- 
r%f, simplicity. [*iiline»a. 

Bfidaudicme, bftdSdlsm, m. 



Wf^ 



B' :'U>r^, bidUr. L 
--.•»--nfc .-ni. 

Bl i: j*i?B. k34^aM^ ■. 
'- t*tria; wtomt tilmmr, 

B I 'i i ^«^> ui»r, kl^aUi T.I. fe 
. J:er »r«r, to A"^ ■■'^ 

B^dij^-.Bneur, hldAahlir, » 
f Li^'^rrr. JmmStrs fma^ltr* 

Bid'n, ». bUfa. aii./aMiii 

;.-{*. / ."jy ? triHm. 
B-^iImtnt.'br **'' 

B--i<iin«, ba4lm, f. •wafeAt li* 
ih-^e-*, pi. wmmU tm^ 
Ttrzerf. ^ 

B.^airi*ino-nt, bStllaaifas ^ 
u J g 91 • A .y . » !mjffmlhf. 

Badirf^r, bidini, t. a. ftpfiA 

^r/u 'r«r about. 
Badin**!!^, bldlad^ L ftf^ 

B:id~^ch^. Ind?«b, CArfrftrf 
BAdr.>uiil>*, hidrio/; L'(MrJ 

Batr*'t»4, hafli, a. • Jwrt .^ 
Baiuiit-r. bafwl, t. a. to aIm^ 

»-> ritticule^ to modll ■ 
BiLli^, bUr, f. lui. MtoMi, 

^•ttt'.inf. ■ ' . 

Bairpr, Llrri, r. a. fka, to ill 

preediivf h* guttle. ■ 
Bafr<»nr,birr£ar,a. Cm.mM^ 

B.n^acf.biEis, r. erm*k€d$a§m^ 
It.i!int>p, ba(3s, to. fcifflvf^ 

luggage: p]ier<>, tlOWMT^ 

fo march off, 
Bngnrm, ba^ar, f. atm^prnft^ 

cart*; lumitlt. 
Bn u.i^sp, bs^a^j r. «/m#, hmggaftt 

strumf I-/ ; trimnmnga, 
B.isntp|lo,bSg:t?|,f. ir(;fe, liy 

non*en*e : —fini.pskaiut . 
Bnijiic, bagn, m. bagnio, 
Bngnnlft, bignSlI, Basnoletic^ 

hai:iiol?t,r. a liniti Iff woiam't 

head-dreitt, 

Bn;jiif>, b'j;:, f. r£it»r (nr.) 

eyelet-hole (in a »au) ; - tf*- 
reill<«, ear-ring; eoarir U -i 
to riiH. at the ring f MtUrn 
rcrcuir ha^ufts savfes, foMMt 
o^' unhurt or elfar. 

Ba.:ju(>n.iude, blgaSd, f. Ma^ 
der-mit. " J 

BnsiH-nniidrr, blipi^l, T.M.*f* 
</a//t/. to ^fiddliJ'addCe. 

Bn^ticnaudipr, bI|QS4(!i» ■■ 
bludJtrnut-tt^f, 



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ClUicer, kfaiitr, m. (mtd 
Cuncwiutt le, klulrl 

CMid'li^p. btiuiiTi, r. 



Cm tun Til 



VM'Ul-lf, 4Ut^I, T. ■. b 

Cwtnnt l>Br,' itni^ril-isr,' B . 
pi. fitUrt, flash. 

(>pquLuit, JkMfai, iji.tt. 

£4. i.rt.mlufW., Hit' 

i^rml-.tlrtfl,!!!. imifJnuttt 

C-rtw», .(rbJr, n, Crrlu-w; 
Chwii, alAS, m. Am^i Hf /I 

pi. ijmUtt fibiimt, 
OrR<>l]>,>tr4l,r. liattUrJ). 
CAralai*. kidini, ■. ioapbig, 

CwrI*. drt^ ■. ci'rf h, imp, 

ting I mumtty, cmaparv. 
fSndKt, ulrkll, .. .. u7^p, 

tmnwnisli triaoflta. 
CMBoni*. (IrlBail, f. •»» 

Cir^iDiiiiMii, IK, ilrfi 







Ctin«r,3nl, V.I. 10 ninnuiT; . Onan'nu/sU^Sf.'Mi.Lvt- 



Cn-npiite.'Jrcpli, b. 
Cfroplatluiu*, ilriptii 



CmsiD''ioi!llt, itrlismi 

■naiiihi, unJoullrJI 

-^tn,tfll,mt'.lr-ls, 

Cerrificat, ilnlllkt, n. 

-Kb naMv 

Iifioitnr, ■Inllfk)! 

tifiubon, ihdfla 

^Jnifiemliamt votitkim 

forlificT, •IrIiILt.i. 

(^, U lafify, u an 

Cmitude,(Iifllid,r. tm 



Ce»1bi"; .MM, ^ o„J^ 
C^iium, ibla^ t, OHM, gm- 



CJiabhge, ikUiIl^m. fafaiVir 

cutler, ililMl, T. *. (BD.)* 

CjinUii, •lilbl1,B.i>Ai^Mtai 
Chaboii, .blkwi, B. ^'mmII 
"PM. . Ck.^. 

Clubot, all4, ». (.U, ML 
CliabrAqup, ililbilk, f. ulafc^ 

Oiu*), ^Ui, B. yuM. 



CHA 

Cliiipmtrr.ibliiilnil, i. 



durpentmr 



•hliplnlil, 
•bl^ldill', 



ur,. L»(«*. 

Cbupitf al^nlr, t. a- rv Haj 
ChntrAv ikltl, r, »Kc(«uilu. 
GliHntvMlilrll, f. «u-f-I»i 
ChiurpUeT, iKlrtll.m. earmaii 



Ghnrrau, ililnui, m. la^erl- 

Sjgl: "'"'""•"-'■ 

Cliurumuicc , ibirSgti, m. 
CbAiroyer, ■hlrJjri^ v- i* (o 
ChaiTOTeur,ihir8^ur, nu Air- 

troivi arnbU Lmtt, 
ChMtnir; dilrl, r. p/oBid <ti(- 

u IfU UrJ fir. »iW»«H<. 

ChnriPt thin, t. nlorrtr, «ri' 
.i.*f.r!«ia' /.wt <>/ > «>u, 
(TudD -> JTupu CWia, 

GEaitfl-pnrbe, nhliipan], f. 

' - w/. 

Gliarlrp, lUnt, r. 
CharlmuPiili^riili 
Ghnnrmx, iklcul 
Gbuirier, ihlttrll, n, 
Chulnlain, OilnUJt, D. coJ 
CluiTyl>(lp,klr1b«, b, Clunli- 



C]»i'i">hl^ f. It'm,: 
M,~{fJiaal'liif! - (I 






Clm»n',>bl9l,T.i.e 



C1ii»ieiuP.>l>I>hti,l 
CliaxilS M^l, r. blr. 



If 



as 



K. 



cm 72 

mil NfiffA/itiwrMiff, Uf//iiiNiM/ri 

#>i>« i/i-i iii|; i«/'ii'i> 
< iii-i«iiviili-i . «'iiki)N«!(il, t. n. 

*i« rfv ••» ■•••••■/. — 

t'lii'iiiitnliiliiili . «1rki>Nv3t8«1 I I MN iiii'nA. ■.riWri-ian-niin. 

UN. I • i»if«"ii-.'/t»»»i«»i. I rUliTrii'nnp. s'i'.tfrslJn, f. 

• V- > . . • • I .■._■ • 1. .■ _?...^/?_ L^ — 



GLA 



(:ih<ii>!ri>ii, xlHwir, f. pi. bench- Civil isatioift, nv^AiUrt, I 

ahmr*. ciyUUatioHm 

Cihlc, hl^t, ni. ritluft roclrote. Civiliser, alvllTil, t. •. to rf* 
('.iklt'm'i'ii.!tlHl?rHlffi,in. ci«/fr- vUiu, to Mtffitm, 0r ptKik 

mannerm, 
Giriht^, slT^fitl, L cM 
good-mmnmtrm, g o o d hn 

courtettf. paiiUmemti ci , 

pi. eompiiimemtm s Mtet Mmi 
-, preaemt wnf emmi " 
him t faire des — ii 



riii-i««i^li'. *<ili.Uil. I. (m*4.r ('i'.ftvulu^n*. swtSfSr, m. Ai'arfr 

,/;. .«!''*'* A«'/.V frtfrntt. 

I'liiutl. a^iV^i. III. ••'•'hir, i-ir- rijaili'llis MlK(l«lj f. citadel, 

{'.••Nil, ..•■Nr^tA. fAirr Jortrfst, 

\\H ■ . f.< Mi.il*- .1 .■I'.Mi/. r.> if.< Oil.itlin. !»i(adiii. m. inhahitani 

<•«• iiih<ni. k^ikrt^^iot. I, .ii- ri{^«iino. suidlo, f. fou'R»- : Civiqup, sf vlk, ad{}. «fii&. - 

« II, til.uir . «\iW^iJi . mlj. •'(■' Ni*i<irf.-i. ^^ ['/«of«r. . Civiiuie ^ slnHB y a. cMir 

....... .■.' I. >.:.»■ . Jrllr<« , rll.^lritr, ^^tM*u^, m. ciVrr. ' ratriottatm. 

,,..■*. I- .'.•.■.>..-■. I. .'.*•. ritrttiou, kliixioii, f. iriuriiia, Clabaod, klakS, ^ Aa^irf ^ 

I 111 iii.iiii*iiirnl . «tikSiJiMtn. *ii,ni-t.".«.- ..'ifora.'i.'n. ^«ri» hui 

^A\ .. .«..•■• ritAloirt*. >llil«ir. adj. cita- talker. 



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■ ■_ ... . '. ^.-. 1 'it r l-irr w§\ rffi. If%ll 
--*-«* ■ fiasmct, mmJS^tm 

"> ■ ■: ■ . V --••.«.■ n *rr^ - . cieiv mtwSrt wmd-^ 

»" ^.■^-. :::■;■ •*-m"»r JS^— i" ••CtT; OBEit — _ CIV 



St.- 



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CHA 

ciuuprntn'. ihlrpUll.i. ■ 

Cluilp«ntnt<>, ■birplntrl, 

durpHit^r, ihirplElll', 
tarpeitlfri thiprvrighli t 



Gharpir, il^TpIr, t. i. Fa nui 
GbarRiv iklit, f. tutl-atlia. 
CUrrel^p.ihltti, t. tu^ul^J. 






'"'« 



CliaTK[t<>, ihlrli, r. 
CbunngiS iLIrill I. n 
HuiT'y paid far cu 
Ounril^. iblril. T. 

dianoi, •Ucwl.B. corn" 

CliuiMiniijlr , tUrin^ , 
GbiiKiyn, iblrlfl, t. • 

Chjirnuif *•, 4hlf^lc. ■. plough- 

CuRH^, ^iTli, f. piaugh chc- 
iaL d* -, aiodkuputri (itat U - , 
ISlltrte, ililrt, I. uSorfcr 

■Hid* -, Jr.gn. Shrb 
GEula-pBrtiii, niilnrli-i .. 

{con J eJinrfBrparty. 
GhvU, aurti] , Aim. ■. (real 
Glwfi^i^nlii, •. Uii 
CMrtographw, iblrl2 



VIIVH*! Ui 



>, Alrllgilll, 



^'^-'^hf'. 



"SlSrfS^Vt 



lliM.U.yrl.r. ' ' 

lurlriei\ ■blm^L ■. ej(B-»r 

liulHlaire, iblnlUi, m. ul 

]i.ir;i>iLOi hlilbd, m. Cl,ar„li 



ait 



°°S:.Y iil.".:'.':",!;! 
a" , ! 



Mi 



tlly. I fmi\ir, l^calli-gnirr. Cipler, ki^ t. ■. la ■■ 



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tl.^lM-^M'f'-'^^r. 



I 



CiiliiabiJit^, taiplb' 
Cullf, (SlCiii. ii»n 
Cuitel'lniiDn'r' itSh 

CnlliTAtPnr, triw, 

Col1iv«tio!i1''HMl 
Cullirer, jHllhl, i 

■Cn'('itiif°«°tZ°t.« 
Cumla'.'ii'ml'LriD? 

Cunc}k'flV,*rrtail 

Cvneifonne, :(inn 

(■■It.) cunftform. 

Cun«lte, Mnii, f. 

GniridH, jHpl/, idj 

Connli^ illpll, f. ()ui 
Curability, tiilbl III 



.flit^jtahbllll 

C^Mbl'', iKriU. I'dJ. 
Cnrnc»n, ilrll:!!, i 

CumS^Vrloalti 
Cxirnlelle, laitllJ, I. 

.hip. IrmliaUp. 
Guralenr, Urftjor. 

Curafii'.rP.'Mtlllf, 



:i;s?i,^p. 



D. 



lytic. 



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DEC 

Ilickli. ft dMdl. pin." ( 
i)«aiiMin«iI, 4l>1illi<ilii, 
IMmdnup, dlitiltiii, t. ( 



n^mnble, dlsimldl, tdi' 
IMciiiuJ, 1, dMnll. >dl. 

dtfiHlo, J^^^ltracl 
M^inleur, dlilmtlliii, i 

ttmaior, Hite-oiunrr. . 
DJoinutioii, dltlMiifoii, 

i.ict;t"'d'i^*^'-. d. 

Unlh pari vftjn-ai!. 

D^ramn, dtstm. f. pi. r« 
Dri^iMe. dlgTmll^ m. 

IMointrement, dblrtumli 
D^inlroir. dllinUvft, m. 



D JouiTement, df •IiiItbId 

dfuUivtly, poMilivetv t 

n^'ini'dUnrti, trgf' 
DMiiire, dUitir, ■. if«i 

IMdmultcin, dbllsitli 

dtcliwulUr, dtclm-Bir. 
S^lauiateur, tiiw, dl 



S^aBintoiHi^llitlinilwl 
D^olRinpr, ^nml, f.i. 



1; 



Itif, ve, dtkllrllK, 









IlvnK-lnin, , t. 






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Dnrrtn', dLlnl', t. i. tl n. In ] 
Deiprtpiir, dliirltir, ■>. ^c-i' 

& la l]^»[>^ilp, 4ll?>pirl.l, 






iiiahii.tu, I. 

, tlilbllila, 

»" di^Liiii 

liiabltiSa^dl. 
ili3>>l1>Ui, t, 

i. 0« «.((. 

e'dblMrlk 



hAipl, T. r. 












Htinpr, dlitlal , T. I. u ^ 






B •, Hilitbl, I 



"" s rvv.-f 



DBTfluiu*r, ihUrl, .. j, ioI 






B, dU^ni-W. I. 



Dillnui^inlro, dl^nillitlr, >dj. 
DUCiiMr. admi, T. 1. I^d^ 



m 






1>*"' 'IS •!!]. 









ir,i-, -. J1.jrl*!|, ptrL « l>„,,„,,i|.il,-|/., «,^lh1h1i!li, f. I ru,...,.,, .-«,. 

r-J "f f "'"»■• ■"•ft- 5W.'yv;*«»*.\:*«~*-;Dmi.ti«u-, ai.ikihr,-«. *h 

. ilrj-rmnt. ■ ) du/jtml q/. \ irclor. ■ . 



I««./r.«j. «,(. 



vorcer, dicirsi, T. i>. u 



(o numj.w OBfV wW. ':Dnlinin,iSlulii,»i. nelm^ 



DOL 









r,f.*o*,(»/fli.(.). 



kik, adj. (irdij ifo- 









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„;v-"',c,ri!n*;! 


tupi^n-'-iimuT,- 


, ge mmmc. In >f»«&<n 




^^r;^"r-''m 




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„,,W..r;/7=;-,S. 


lcoa'<>r>ui(. 






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'■S/sfJ, 


"Ju-fff'-ri-ji'^-^?^ 


i>Tl.']>rdJ., u 


»»=(:-'»-,*«* I=^.&;M 


«-J™, -t'en- 


- ii'aij,*S»r;»«£>«y, ininar 


a"a,'i* 


- r^!° fr/™,2[; r"b"i" 


la I'aliaiX, ii 


40. - ai laiua, lo rib,t„>n 


fl,igl„.m, 1. 





7. 1 
3i - 



") • ■■- :■•■ • .: -nnr- 

7 ... ■■ . "5.: 1^ ^trr-r- «»«*lrt»r. 4a«ai.-«j 

" -.-,i.-.— - c-hlom: . '■--i'l'-. f MRS 

~ ■ ■■ . .■■- — . uatrm. Iinntra^.vf-. (i]N4 



a > 



-. . . . - . w, M_. , ^^_ ^ t^^^^r^^ 

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'. ni,i-i:-.:-:r..t.ti/M,iricl. DiiiiUoB, daja^BTaUili!, 
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nrui.ll>)! 



,. , .. ..... - „, , ''ii^nhU, .. „„,. 

lH«-.t:\:.t. <■■.. :;■'-■: -.^,1.. J-i'.Uttur: DarrLllil.ia.rfnM, A>U; 

I»r>-.vl-.Jr;H.(. ■■.-... i. .-../- Vv\.\i- il-. i-.tX-Vl,t. •luf.U. uflimir , mtfl vl . Jtr^ 
,.'»■;, ^n".,,.-..', ... ^^ J„;f, B,>««.«ij.,-«1. lOBTl-lnui. » 41.IA74 

iilMi;ii'.'.i-.:,fJ,?.?J .■:'■','"' '';i!^,r«'''»j!V^!"'''"'^"'ii>S^Tir, Ailkl^!^ 

SautilH, dUi1[^ i4J. iiualtr, Dnniblfin''iil,il)ilk>ralji,al 

Diutiliil<'4l'll^]1il,7<^»c(i/flv, llnnrin^i Oruli, r. •^"/ 
W(MW«,..,>,Hta(iVj. :iinr»ot,*Jtlii,|irf.J.r/«,^ 

"j^V' *^">''* ■".■ ''"'"'«' Uiniimiicnt. dbrimta, 
DaiR, iJllr.T. g, WHiii, bi.^i, Hm^ dlr.'f. *rwr»J,'j»w 

Uulriliraliim . jdUiVllkbtoii, [. . da -, u »^ l^th, i^b, p. vmat, h<S«»S^ - £mi4 

Du1<-ill<-r, dlMfil, T. ■. (cUffl.) Dun-m-nl, dlnslii. id<. km, Jtrtit: -.da Bna, (mhmJs 

lo iliil:(fg l.i.miri™, hiri/tly, nugklg , •••trti -Jt«l«. trawJyi -d«TGBllgS 

nuli'Iltif,ilKl>1nI, r. rim. ib^ crwr/y,. CstufH-iKalcrf - da nit. 

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Ma 

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.,1^, illcll 

Ilui>iliMiuinl.i',dlSd],1ia';i,adj. firmitrt, Kngliiui'. 






}u^»dE|i, r. duiXifunl, g.ill.': teM,illffitutJ vtt't feiie ■eu»iiauilnil'-,i>fa 



-»ncd»r,'Er»rqu.ll«ineiit, IklrilfntK, 
[lilnCili, • unt'tlnQfli. I m. ttin. ipnmJbig-mitlt {lit 

'Iiifllb, billllnla, B. GlirMe, llirllll, I. rkrirls.' Iinpr^iiiidt.uiiimtuidi. 
cha-nfrrvig. - Elirillade. lUiMd, I. [bO itft Ecuf, Iktr, ■i.>l<wAif «i<'>, 

Ebu«ler,lL1iJl,>.a.toaSai|/ir.l MiilhattidU.' ■ \ gtinfimH^liiimnn^car- 



KCO 












p,--: h5i> ' Ecrms ikrlr, i. >. itr. M »ri«.f 

I DUuitBDrk-.fafmclitvi'IiV- 



X<im;.il|pr. ikrt.1'1. r. t. 



■T" 



EFF 



EtJUiiqiKY, Jfnlnii. .. >. ,„ i'T^™^'*-^ " '' 




ELE 



1/|2 



Klf'lllf'ilt, liloiun , m. eleturnt, 

fir*t rutlimrnt: (rhimj atom; 

i\fimenlfi, pi. l/iefirtt rulfs, 

rmiinirnt*. 
IClt'in(*ntain>, 'I'mlnt/r. adj. 

rleineiitiirif , ruUinifiital, 
T.V'lu'x, llimi, Jn. fU'ini (rr^in). 
Klnpliant, 3l3rin, in. ilr/./iuni. 
Kl«'jih>inti.'isis, ijlfliiti'a.si, f. 

Kiriiii.iiitin, c, 3l3iStiti/i, a<U- 

vlej-hiint'me. 
Kl»*>.'i^»*. il%'i:, m. (a>.'r.) ;vrtr- 

;;j«r hrml ill •; . '\_i'lri'iit<ir. 

y.\>^\i\\fnr, 2li\alriir, m. fanat.) 

Kl«-vali«)ii, 2lJvii«>io//, f, elrt-ii- 
t'um. lijtiiig iif ; frattution, 
iirrj'i'nnfnt ; /iriufif , hill; 
rminrnCf ; flfi-ulum or rui^- 
injf tij" thf /in*t. \rlei'(itur. 

El»'vatoin', SlJvalwir, m. (cliir.; 

Klfv*', ills, m. elvve . fi'/'il, 
frhdlur. 

El«*\«*, f. il\3, part, mifed, 
el-valfil , mhUnif , eniinriit ; 
educatid , hrDii^ht uf; bicn 
— , itfll-lireii. 

El''V».'r, al\J, V. a. torai^e, to 
lift nf>; tu erfct. to promntr. 
to eralt ; to rdiicute, to cul- 
tivate: - son .st\lt!, to rui^e 
one'n ftyle ; s'- , v. r. to rise, 
to urine, taf^oiip; to grow 
firoiitl or elated; (mar.) to 
hear ofl'. {breeder. 

El»'V«'nr, 3l\riir, m. catile- 

J'Jcviir'', 3l\ Ar, f. hlister, /din/ile, 
rf'flt>re'i:riice. 

i:licl<'r, 3riiJiI,v.a. f;,'r.) to elide, 
to make an rli'ioii. 

EliaibilibN llSzS'lnrita, t.eiigi- 
hility, e/igihlenegA. 

Kliglblp, Sl^z'ibl, adj. eligihle. 

K'Kliiner, 3lini2, t. a. tovjear 
out. {.elimination. 

Ulimination , iliinluttsSort, f. 

Klimiii'T, JiimlnJ, v. a. to eli- 
minate, to strike out, to expel. 

Klui^iio, JliKtjj f. (mar.) j»/i/i^. 
cat-hook. Idling. 

KlluiSiU'r, 2li//y5, T. a. (mar.) to 

K)ingUPt,2li///,'?,m. ca/';»^ln-/mr. 

EJin>, illr, v. a. irr. to elect, to 
choote, to select; to appoint. 

Kll&ion. il1s"iow, f. elision. 

Klite, il^t, f, choice, the bent 
part; cniDpagriie d'-, choice 
company. "it he be't. 

yMtor, 2l"ii3, V. a. to pick out 
L'lixntioii, iliks'as'io/i^ f. elixa- 

tion. 
Kljxir, Sllk-'lr, m. elirir. 
Ellzfr, 2lSz2, V. a. to stretch in 

breadth. 
T^\f^, ?l, pr<Mi. she. her, it. 
Ell^bon-, ?i3l.ir, m. hellebore 

(plant), 
Ellips'*, ?l"ps, f. (sT.) ellipsis; 



defect , omission ; (gioiD.) an , 
oral figure. j 

KlIinsiMdnl. e, ?l"ps8tdil, »dj. 
(iif'i>in.) ellipfoiiial. ' 

Kllii)sojc|#',?lipsii^d,m. (g^om.); 
ellipsoid. I 

ElMptifnio, ?nptit, adj. ellip- 
tic., rlliptical ; oval. 

Klllpti(iii"iii«>iil , ?l1pt^kintn, 
ad\. ellij'tir.iHy. 

Kloclicr, ll(>>b3, \. a. /'/ loeaen, 
)o »hake. Ji'in, utterance. 

Flociitlitii, 2l8kfls^: H, f. elofit- 

Klniii', Si's, m. eulnny, prune:' 
fairc si)i->mi-mc sou-, tusound 
one*s /raiset. ; 

Kl«»jiis|f, l\?z\st.m^euloj>ist. 

K](ii'^iiiiii>>nt , alwa(;Diii3ii, in. 
remove, remhval ; ab*encH. 
separation ; dittanct ; indif- 
J'ert lire , aversion. 

KloiyiHT, ilv'iunJ, t. a. to re- 
move , to put away, to drii'e 
away, to banish ; to estrange^ 
to delay, to di*pel, to put ojl; 
s'-, V. r. to go away; to sueri'e, 
to deiiate , to rumble J'rom ; 
j»'- du la \ertQ, to Jorrake 
virtuf.^ [elongation. 

P!l(iiiynlIon,3jnwpls'ion, f.Castr.) 

Kloiijj'T, 3lo//z3, \.a. (uiar.) to 

lin/ alongside. Jrees, 

. FM(»imJ.s,8lo«cl,ra. (par.) Irensle- 

F^IixjucjiiiiiPiit^ IliSk'Miitn, adv. 
eltupieiifly, with elot/uence. 

Kl()c|iieiu-e, 3l3kins, f. eloy 
ipience, oratory. i^uent. 

. Kl(>({iir>iit, p, ilBkin, adj.. r/o- 

Kill, 3lH^ in. elect. 

EliirMlation, 3l8&^da.s^nii. f. 
elurii/afitui. 'icidate. 

Kliuid'T, ul?.sld2, T. a. to elu- 
I Kliirnbration, 2lfl^Sbrfts^o/i, f. 
I luciihrution. 

El"<ul)rntii",vo, 2l!lX3bratif,adj. 
studying by- lamp or candle- 
light. 

Elucla1)]«-,^2iHdabl, adj. eliidahle. 

Kinder, 2l3d3, v. a. to elude, to 
evade, 

Elud(»riffuo,2l8d8r^k,adj./)ai«/- 
ing ifilh water and oil. 

EljrsiM*, 2liz3, m. Elysium; les 
rhnmps i'\j"s6es, tfie elysian 
fields. [sian. 

FlysiVii. rip, SHs'J?/!, adj. elv- 

Klliail, imLl, m. enamel, smalt; 
enamelling ; peiutre en -, 
; enamel ler. ' 

Kiiiaillcr, 2ma/J, v. a. to ena- 
j tmel ; to embellish. Zmelter. 

Emaillfnir, im'^^ur, m. eaa- 

Kiiiaiilurc, 2mli?Ar, f. enUmel- 
ling; enamelled vork. 

Einaiiatiuii, imiiuSsSo/j, f. ema- 
nation ; ejjiur^ effluvium. 

Eiiiniiripnliun , JitiSn.s^pXsloii, 
f. einancijiation , setting free, 
I delivirance. 



Emaaciper, latMlfl, t. b * 
enulhcipmte, tQ mljritf H 
liberatm t f'-^ t. r. f^ ItaltlM 
mucA tih^rMf t ttt grim ttcBh 
liout, 

Einaner, Imlnl, .¥. m. Um^ 
nate, to proceed Jr wm . 

Emargement, ialnkh, il 
writing -om ike m^rgim, mm^ 
ginal note» . 

EHiarvpr, Im^rsl, t. •. !■ «**r 
on the margin. 

Eiuascnlntioii, InUHdlMi^L 
enimteulaiioHf caitrattaa. 

Emasculer, iB)2sMlt,-'T: i. b 
emateulata jf to eattralt** . 

Emi^ux^ tmS, m. pi. (UmO «•• 
hurt. • • 

EHi1}abouinPi^ tnblbiirfa^^.i 
fan. to i^rrigieg to wkaSi, 
to allurr, to eircotf. ■ M^ 

Embnllage. tnklliL n. pmdStf 

Emballpr, Inblji, t. Bi-topod, 
to pack up, .Z*torjf-britA 

Eiuballpur, tnbil^ar.a. /Mclf; 
, Eiubanclpr, Inbtiidi, t;a.'l> 
twuihite {a ehild). . 

Euibanqu^, e, Inblaii, iQ* 
(mar.) on a bank. 

EuilKinquer, Inblbii, t.b;(MbJ 
to come, on a JSmhimg-kmiJi* 

Eiiibarcad^re, .inbirtid^r, ■• 
small port or bight on iktm^ 
coast; ImnJing-pUicei fM*i 
nus {of a raii~^Ufmu). 

Embarcation , InblrklslM; t 
(mar.) small vrmoel, eri^ft. 

Eiubardee, tnblrdl. f. ^nj 
yaw, 'lee-luroh, •u/iUt t mi ri U 

Eiubarder, Inblrdi, t. ■. (wr^ 
to yatu, to sheer. 

Embargo, tnbirgSy In. eii^^h 
prohibition, 

EmbnrilJpr, t. Embarriller:. 

£inbnrt]uomertt, tnblrfcali,** 

. embarcation, embayking,tmp' 
ping. , 

EiDbnrqner^ Ifibli4l. T.a. M 
embark, to engage imtmsS' 
fairi - des marchandtoct, * 
ship- goads; «'-, t. f . #• «■• 
bark, to go on hoard (• thip)> 

Einbarrns, tnblrl,, m. rmwta^ 
rassment, efo^, imatmbnuee, 
hineterance , tnrpsdiment, »• 
conveniency, -intfioaey f IM 
dans r-, to be ittvoived w 
difficulties. . 

Einbnrrassant, p, tnblilitii 

adj. emburratsiikg, emtangiktg* 

Euibarrnsscr^ Inbarlal, y.V M 
embarrass , -to entangle. Is 
clog, to encumber, to JiS' 
concert, to puzate,/ to per^ 
plex; s'-, T. w. - to' enlamgli 
one's self, to be encumbsrsJ. 

s*Eiiibnrrpr, lnbIrl,'T. r. to it 
entangled in the phte that 
parts him from another horse* 



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ElllllJlBiuenl, r. targiia, 

XmiiAtfu'nit,' I"i«a' 

■ Inr Ian IhUi: ^mTt^ 

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iuMi^a crw MI*, ettri 

Emysmiwr' l" *«toii., to 

hMt™^i> dkt'pt'eitl, 

BBBit'iliioii I l: nl.T.*.!". 

a tar. rfto «*«. 

KDiiilklier, la ipaiMlti: 



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mUU, *. 



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r, EnchTjnoW, Inflaiti,' 
;. EiirlllVP, UUlr.-t. Und 

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EncDHKllow nt, luklrkilBtii, 



1 of i,d 

Encarni^i.'liilctnl, idj. han- 
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_/iin>i>A.tui(il Jsm. 
^oorneur, tstlniil , 1. 1. i> 



- lei t jj.n.;« eiar lit dtgl. 
Enoonnr, iiUailr, t. ■. lit. id 

Qioonitiner, tDkt«n1iiI, 1. 1. 

Encoulur^, e. liktuilrl', idj. 

Enote, InH, (. .vA, - d« Ii 

i-ia'jii^S''°'*'iIi' '"'(U" 

Gmt«, IiLtI. t.t.' (inpij w 
Eiicrier,li1irii,ii.iniH»ii,A»k 

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mhHirb i fp dlatpalt. 
ElHllWr, Inlltl, •. I. U daai 
mlkbird-U-i! I'-.I.r. M 
gif tittititttd m iiri-llmt. 
Engoncer ' latD"-!, t. «. M 
Engorgpinent, lil(iMlllll, B. 
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Eniouer.titlfi, I.I. B>e*o(* 

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la. tojHiri. -[oFAcf. 

nme, iKrlili, m. cmcC- 
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Enti.iniacli«iiu-i 



Irvtiiiinn. 
EBSvehf, r, Ifinbl, til. (mr.) 



Enil(iniitli]aF, Iniimlilk, iiij.r 

Eniiiniiliqv>'in''nl, InlEmlilkj' 

rutdUj puin lur iairmo, 

fa t;HBl M Hddlm. I 

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irtuttpfirt wilA jni n'-, t. t. ■ 

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ntgrnans tfiH', I- "•"' 
ED(rai»T, turSii, T. I. (H 

to »( ivinl rAilil. 
■■Enlnunalrr, IbbcIi^I, r. i. 

/ff CM, to warntti trtto emrtttr. 
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Xnglucblire,lnH>blr,(.igiuifA. ,„ Mm 

*^iiieI5«» ■■■"'<; EHJAlnir^uiltiir^.u^lKifbr, 

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^"^J^- 1°'??^'; iA eSSII* 1' "21. 

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riddUt PAVlor Mr Aiiiinu, '^J',' '"*'"^fr - «** iwpim, 
lo iwit la riJdln. I'.P" V ''""% yvrrti •'-, 

Esirnuit « talirl^ i4l zi>. y.r.nbtlnctrS.ioiriwimd. 
(wJmJb/ Enldidir, InlJdlr, .. •. .1 n. ta 

Enivrnnen^ I>lTTinlB,iD. H- "«*• "f/^. lodl^flfrcH 
(Arlofisn, I'luinofiiiiif IroM. g'*™i'*fll- 1*""''«e "g'y. 
nsrf, is/sluiilfciD. Ellln>d»l«inivit,liiliil1siilD.iD. 

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rf/snlt to A byawaurf EulH^nient , IsllTmln, m. •' 
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Irmncmtt. Um audio-). ra nrry iLwiv fortitia t to 

Eninltr, tn^ll, it i. to itoct Jhrtl'll, to Ei.y up, to </r- 

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rm,Hli,g ,/ a w™ hto Ht. riMt to cum, off, la p„l off. 

t^lli,i,uco„phi,il„„^, Entpnm, IdLvI?, f. tlitirr, 

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i'En^tR,"l^M^ 1. n fa ■•■ 

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■'£iilr«-laluiinn, liiin;i2D J, ■ «ij. (*u( .'i.«h.-™(m. 

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Kpnuneiii; Jp J'(n ii\,m.ipaout. 
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Etmuk Il4>, LduMtlrU i tclUlmri - n inil, 

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tr.i'fr: J't'itnrl-a/'f ff. 
J'i'lll.-, fuiit, f. c7«'^r, c/iiif. rhink, 

siif. ii>ij-. iron-iif. 

I'''IlliMi, fiiifnw. III. iri'ii-- raiitji 
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I'V'u(i;ili<.iiic,. iJ"' {\i\--\u,iu. feii- 



/>iict , fnird . Hiilid; reiolnln Jerociotinnexi, Jtercenett, t»- 

Wrrv -, firm lainl. coiili/n'iil; va»enet* . cruelty. 

vs\>rH -.' soitiiit miiitf ; de pied FerrHUi?, tir'izy m. money paid 

-, re-'olHlffifs cire - a chfval, I to the ilie-maken mone}/ paid 

to i>il . Hrtn ' in the saddle ; -, , y«r sliimfdng ttufj't. 

ad\. firmUj^ ntfudift/. Head- Fi'rrftille, f?r"a/, f." oW iron. 

fa'tllif i stouthj , resolutely; FiTmi I ler, fCFa/S, V. a. to/tnce, 

fraijpor-, to strike hard ; le- ■ tn till ; fam. to uranplie. 

iiir -, /o /loldfiiH, to he stea- Ferraillpur. f?rS/i'iir, ni. f/rw/rr 




eurneft ; i*iiij>l<)y('r In — ft lo 
ffU, /« use the moot violent 
vieaii'; icT<. yl.Jettrrv.c/iaiits. 
maitacleti ; eirc aui -, to be 
felt, red. 

r«'r-l)laiir, ferhl^ii, in. tin, iron 
tinned over ; tin-flates. 

rorblaritier, fprl)lanLia, m. tin- 
man. 

l"(»r-rhnii<I, l'?rsho, m. hoi iron; 
■ iiumI.) Iieiirt-hurn. cardialgu. 



u-o,A. lor.fe. ^ /„„/,■ in;//i/;o: forrcmcnts, pi. 

FcriiMT, fM-mb, T. a. el n. to ir„n and brhss-VLork. 
shut to shut up: tojwten, pprrff, f?ri, v. a. to hind or to 
to clo^e, to obstruct; to be, , ^,-,f, iron-rfork; - un 

shut; - a porlc, to shut the\ cheval, to shoe a horse; - na 
door; - la porle on (loh..rs/« i j^^ot, to tag a lac^: - la male, 
lock the door on the outsi./e; ^,, „,;,^.^ the market-penny. 
- la portc i Ja clef, to lock the j.prr..i fjir* m. tug U'or^i lact 
door ; - la por e sur qn , to ^,^ .„,^ . y-,.^,.^» -^ 
*//»/ M^ doorajter one to let rrrr^lMT, fcr«l^a,m. afarrirr's 
one out and shut the door: - j„„„„,„., places. 

la porte au noz.. to shut the p^.^ 




J'llrie, o, f2n3, adj. jour-, holy- 
1-f'rin, o, iir'in, adj. (m^d.) //la- 

lignavt. 
jM'nr, firlr, v. a. /o strike; sans 



/>r<,<7v,/;/;-; - la mam, /o ; ,„«„.^r'« u;«/-r-/,««*e.. 
c'enrh ones, fist; " ie=* .Veux, p^^^^f^^j f?r8n"i3, m. iro«- 

« c/.,..^ //,<., .y,..; -boul.que, ,„„, brazier, 

to give up bu.<ine^s ly retne y^^^.J' r.rMU, m. helper in 
Jront busmen,; loful; - la ^ sla.s-Uuse. ^ 




xj ; a mm ifrmnnic, ai rue clo<er (»»..-c.r.. „ ... ^, -,,.. , ^ 

apfroach of ni"ht: a porlcs l-Vrinf^T , fhuui , m. farmer. iMTliliscr, RrlihzJ. v.a. /n^iT- 
f«'rinaiit<"{ , at the shutting of ' husbundnuin. 



'ft ",' fiii-fi"iiiiiiiiaii . finite. 

the gates; in the dwk oj the V*>vmwy*'.i'f'ruu}r.{.afar'iier's 

evrniif^. ; Ff'riiKiir, frrniwir. ni. cla<tf>; 

Fprinc, f'drm, f. farm, farmer's ^ (nit'c.) juiner's rhi-el. 

houfe , tuaiior; the farthest FHrnaiiilxjiic, I'priiiiih.Jok, m. 

scitie , the bark - 'cene (in a Jernnmbiic. 

theatre); It.iil .«-, /#>a.''r; prcn- F«'r(»C«', filro-i, adj. ferocious, 

i\re k -, to take a Jarm. fierce, savage; barbarous, 

renins fprm, a(\}. firm, fast, 'rruel. 

Strong, steadij, stable, com- FtTutilo, fSiSsllS, f. ferocittj. 



tilize. to make fruitful, to 
ferundifif. 

F«*rlilit«''! 'lertll^li, f. fertilit^f. 
fruilfulnesi fecundity. 

Fj'iii, c, f2rn, pari, (do Fcrir) 
uouuded , smitten; vered, 
angrji ; fani. circ - d'une 
fiMiinlo , to he smitten vith 
a u'oman, to be in love with 
a woman. 



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rlounlpliiii, P, ntui4ll1lJ 
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Gnrancsw, (Irlniii, m. A|- 

^^^d.^n,«^rr. ^ [jf.f«i.«. 

itnncrr.&Awi' t. •- » ^^ 
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turf. ;;.■/■■'. N. ;|.. "; l.ir • ^ i',' -^. 
nj ' ff .-.,' ..!• y • ••' :i'- niii'l. 

f» -i/r.ii. »■■:!. ■ri' . ..-iiuiiii, m. 

'■ ■; r..- • -, •' • ,ft\ 
ff. /.r. .iii'-r. ,.'.. :i?, i-.i, '.J Tijrvr 

:. , ■- 'ir '. '.I '.</'^'. 

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Oi/'(.iill":ii'inf, :;". ''.i.'ni^, m. 
1.. I/-;. . . ■ ,r ,.;■ ; , ■ .,: ^ ,j I) inU, ; 

fi.i/''iiiill"r , i:-/.-..l. V. n. /o 

1.. .r', -• '.> /:'..r-y :.n',irii' : .'., 
/..'/r.' ..» I t'r'-.ini;; 'n ■:h,i!!.-r 

f/H/*".!!!! '.-. . .^zI'u'T, m. f.im. 

*j.'trf- .'jj. r,f-irf,ir.;s, 
Crf'ft'i, zi. m. j'i'j -hlrJ). 
^/♦-.'inl. ji'jn, m. ti: mt. " 
0^;i n ! M . ; I J M • , f . .» ;'.i/i /i»m . 
^i*-ti*»nn^, ;3i*n, f. g-Zieiuia, hfll. 
O'-ifl'lr**, 5i/:«lrj m. a laker' »• 

J'.rf,-^ ivi. I 

r»»'inr;r*=', si/».lr, t. n. irr, fam. 

'/> ■•■ ';i/», /,> u.himper. 
f>*-l^l,l-, »jl;.Uil, adj. g^tahUf 

, ':?''■-■.'''• ' '''^"-^ -''* itttighter. \ 
fipla^if.,*-. <1i!i«i/7,a(lj. rflatinff 
Gf^latin**, iJi.iiln, f. gelatin, 

fif'lalinMj^ , <*., Ji-It^n^n, ad;.' 
t/f-ief, iilif (. J'rn'it ^ freezing , 

Jron'y %i.ent.her; jf l^ ; -. 

Manr.h^ , hoarJrnH. 
G^It, «4il, T. ft. Rt n, to freeze^ \ 

to r.nn^'al; In chill ; to injure \ 

lu cold; ii i?«;Jft, it freeze.«. \ 



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mmtitHfn . dm plaint . rttnt- 

■..'.,• —Htnl. [ifrnmbier. 

•.■■iii.^-iMir . :*ra?»riir , m. 

•.'■■ii-ii.i(.'.ri , .-iliii.NiiiM, (. gem- 

■'.■■I •;.■«, ■■•I.ltll/'^r I'/' flf\uilS}. 

'I ■ -. :. ■.'■■m. /JMti. * >• !t* 

•i<-!iiiii«r i.'ni.l V. n. r«i fru</. 
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g^rrmily, w 



f. grneraUMtUiamtgmm 



'F»; 



'i-iii':M.j).ir»', s?m1pir,jdi. (bouj G«'»Ufirtli«ine, 

genenUr 



^T-inntif ur'iitH. 



'r ifj.'i r"nine . 
u--:ir: •..mi', feuiou* 
/«'ic.,/* iti'ni:uit. 
fr*-ni'\\'' ;;ij.-.iv, f. ^Hin. 

• j»*ji-l.irin»*, ^.^ mi arm, m. kame^ 
niiiii in '^..mplefe armour; ' 



'.♦■Jjrtl . -■ . sJiiil , idj. hefnnging '< ^ ?"r^- _. . 

■•r r- .*.';//,; 'o the cheeks. "*?nerall«nn», aillMfl 

r,^n:xT\t, 1^. =<»nSu. p.irl. et nlj. I. g^f*^^aiUmimo , m ii 
emlntrruMPinm , \ ^ 9'**rft*ittJrem» i mi 
f *.>«*, ir<t«oii«», , G«neralite^ sinirZilii, 

G«iufmftenr. tiide, ifc 

man in -'...mpiete armour ;■ P'^,*^*'^^S- Igm 

^•■ni!,trm ; hii-mmh in the eye; . ^^^T^tlfj -n?, ddn 
- 4 p\i'.<l. J III t-g-'nJiirm.; - i ■ ^^^^*^tion, ataiAghmg 
••lii!vi;. /'••ne-ijt'niiurm, I *'^tion , pfocmuiam^l 

it* ^^-n I J. I nil Mr . ziudinni, t. r. , 'jo"' P'^pagatiamfpt 
'3 ./i. i JH?.> a pituiuHj to I ««c«i/, prtigein/.mi^ 
■'■ '" "'•'■■ I « - ea -,y>om « 

rr«inl,inn»-ri*», slndarmrl^ f . I generations .-ti^'^ 
^•'nii.irm-rij , the hody oj the\ fe***^**fion, 
'<fn,/,irmf.' ^ I G«nereus«>inent, «Jn*^ 

O'lnlri-j sjH'lr. m. ^nn^n-law. "^t. generout/tr , S 

'jKiiK, ;.ln, f. r X.:*, t.irture ; pain, I 7.*'*^ a hrwumU/', akmt 
:..rmi-nf : can^traiat, incon-': tiantly, 
i-nifnr.e ; s.ins -, uuithoui Ge-\ GenereiuK, W», sinlrflvy I 
r-r'.i/zy, df o/iif'f «>iwff,- mettre ■ i*«raum , nablt- tibvt 
a ia-, M finch, to itjueez^ to\ f^^votent^ "uuti/lemttf 
put totruuhle, to coot/rain ; j V^^*''y- ^^Cj «■ 

drre .lans la -, to be in diffi- Genenqiie, slnli^k jm 
eultien. "/''f^' lineage. \ Gen^o»ite» sAiirirtt^ 

G^iieali.ulfiiip, xiDliiastk, adj.j *f" *'/* •»«', 

f^er.ealn.-ical; Ubleaa -, ff c- I „ " - "'"ly • , 

i.^a'o^i.:.U table. i ^'»';''«. ««*». f- ^n^H 

G^iu^thliacTue^ sJalt] 



genea'iifri.^t 



rl^r', '" » ' wiM»th ia<Tue. jJaliilb 

^> ^,«.:A . /o cramp, to .traiten; gen^AlialoSiV ^^^ 

to imf.ede, to hinder, to be *if„„*;i^ ^i * • ^ 

trouhU.cme to . to incom- ^ll^f^' «<I»ill*r, t J 



G^-Iidf, z3jK idj. if^/ivy. 1 moJ^; le .oulier me ^ene, r/»*r /^r^^ • V' 

Gflif, v^ Ji^f, adj. crirled t»j . «hoe pinches me, the shoe u r '•''^?;*^* HH^'^' 
f/-\\0f, z\f\n t hen. Jh.frn.i. • loo tight; se -, T. r. /,. con- ^fii^j^^T^J^l 



• FT Jiiir-j «iiiiij 1. urn. ^'nf jrn't . 

G'-IinoftP, a3iiil<?t, l.\,oudhen,. 

youNfj Jal pullet. ^ j 

Gflijt.nr*', zlCi'if.Ty G^'livuT**, ! 

*?lTf*tr, f. roltinrHn, collie. 
Gf-in^-fiiix, i3mo, m. pL C.i«.fr.; ' 

gemitii. twinf. '"r.l.amf.n. 



too fight; se -, T. r. to con 
strain or to reatrain one's selj 



^ a hndq/ArtdU, SMofl 
' -. tt'«lA short ftirrupH, 



f;"iii^'ll»«s, z<»m?l, f. pi. (tn^T.) 
Gfi/iMif', «•, z2m'?nl, aaj. iterated, 

doiihlrd . freininouJt. 1 

Ot'tuir, z.^mir, v. n. /« t^roan, to' 

^igh ; to moan , to mourn , to ■ 

lie'ivnil • to C(n}. , 

Gt'inissfmt, f , ziml^tn, part, 
fit adj. f^manin^', mooning, la- 
menting, gfifftnj;. 

GtMniis*Mii*-iil, s.Tf''i'*-m1n , 



lur^. 



m. 



groan, moan, zuail, ni^h ; la- 



grm'ram, in general terms; 
en-et en particniier, m gene- 
ral and in /articular; -, m. 
general, cfiie/ conunander, 
chief; generality ; - de bri- 
;• 1 d e, hriga dier-'g enera I. 
Gfiif-rrtlat, c.fnJrlii, m. general- j 
''"/'> ':fii'-f commatid; grade' 
of general. \ to follow cnVs' b^t'" 

Oontial'.-, sJtJrSl, f. (mil.) ^ene- . Ceiile>-re, »2nUir, m, j 



.«r.-, dispotitioM, Am 
character ; /9rti/Scmtimm 
ginery^ tie lody'^t^gi 
corps qf enginetras aa 
-, fi i7 *f iri/ f boa -, M« 
~ homne de <-, «•■ 



niu*: 



genius: - d'aae laaraa, g 
of u languagr ; •bItcc • 



a-oifmin^, ilnllfllr, ID. in- I .'"y"-!-'"-**. 

tignifiainl Cfinlfy Ifliiri-, Gprondlf, llnuidlt, B, (t'-i 



! I 




^iil, f. hrti uvw/ 
(llir, r. (ma!.) ga/fiyi 

fori One J /™i-Ruirrf, 
n, ^ll^ln, m. gallrn. 

„.,i»,,...i'J.'i5i 

frrp' iiJlmltfl,T J^W. 
,t1n<, sfllmlifl, .. w- 

(.' " '.S',"S«.!d;i 



'GsirnTpu.iiI ml}l ii,'iD. giiniiiA<i 
Oimbsdp, (latU, li (•aha 
Giinibidrrf?>lildl, r. n, i 

gn^hBl, It jUn, la Imp, 
Omiibfifif^ I llBbik, JB. daiy < 

Onmbi^, iliiltll, Bp oritur 
iil.„i.:ii»°.l.i.1il . . . 



■-nlifr. ,lm11. m. ,;™r.. 

GuMIIMr, lalinsl,' •. •■ la Sir 
I, middrr. iln mmM^. 
iw|ir, (irlniidir, in. i^n- 

tifr-gramtT mmifdrr-^U, ■ 
GnnuAo, |trU, n. piimuiltt. 



OniHbit, Blnl-i ■■ lf-h-l"{l'' ' Giwii"S'"i'lrfnll, f. g.^Mm,' 
G^inrllc, einlJ. f. a w»Ju Gvontir; (Iclotlc, ..t. «Il.l. 

. -, to mrrt lagrlher. ftnd, la pf*t*rve front; -■*■ 

I _ flecigaariii i'fU 6cy. ^ f ow/ik94 q/a mrrEtiaadlMi' 

1 B(. chingrrdt-, lo Jl-v c»ii'i k -, i. iV <« nJnrc aat'i Mrff 

l^.!lu„t,^ni*-.lab,,ff,fram' ^Itbtfof.Mp. 

\ ilickiafa., i Gurbe, tir)!! ■>>■ (mirt) null oirf 



G4R 194 GAK 

"Y^'tt'i-l-Zr^MU! -"t'uX rJ^I'-H^hd', t\i»miiu!^'.' KUnOiun , ' La ' ' 
"' '*' '' ' "' ! Gm«, HA^tn..^ _ 

.(Iitalibrl, GiU^'H.-*, •-«- taw 



tiiwit-^ lit*, at. guard, l^prr, fiiird»-aJip|i# , (Irdilp 



;.rrf., (iri, f, »-,«.»,. w.rcl- •*»"•— n»lr^lr*»jti"«>"TP- 1 ^ff'^—^r.rA, |<Hft* 






»««i/r7ilKb;»i«^^i^l i'^"''"';''^"?-'/ 



,„., ^^ O^^E^IllC(lTtl.<, [■ v^^ 



' j awie-nbt, qlrdrilli, r. -aic 






tift-giuinl^ 





GAZ 




Ik 

T 










E 


itii 



■M,'i6(?i'r'r.'!'w )(«"« 



[»l,|tlfoil,IB. pop- fVW«', 

|tie,|iTi(,r.r^j{>;««). 

>M KnHnild. -, f-plp^ 

iliflbl I-, |li IMlbl, •«). HUb 
if.ff/l'li'tflll^'-l. "nn 
'"'"■' '■ ■■ \gj^^. 
Ifonnc. ibfllirn, 14. 

ll«,Bllij,!.(Ul/J<. 

tu^libta'i, ■. (ixUM-; 

tin, ilitiH, m. f f (f£e furiff, 

!3» 



cini, mn. ». «wr 

G]nlinnnt,i>. f lltinli, Ululin*- 
ur, VMEllllillK, idj.ilh ' 
^^."''*'"' ''jMi. 
r.lBtinminn.flltliUnK, I. ili^ 
Uliitliivn, (r, iKllnhi, irl,' 

Cl/aiiuVn. nr, ullklnliii, tij. 

Oljphjf, sfif, B. fiffh.) g^/-(. 
GlypliijuF, cRptlk, Id). e^,.(;t:. 
ttlrpiogmiiliie, cllptEniliI, f. 

gfif/itfgrtij'^y. 
OnOlw.piaB, m.eimnif. 

6naiiiu'lDgie,l[>>ii'!li'l|'- Siy^ 

OnDimiUguf, {uiiuSli,:,' 
6«m,,on, si!-.,, ™. ^_n.,«,=,,, 

fincnonijiu-, nimlwlk, I.b-^ 

GonilfHia, Bii^A:!, f. pop. mi'J- 

SomTin™ i%'»ui, a. pip. 
»Frw tHtrr. [ruh for a r/njr. 
Gohhr, lib, f. pSUonnl gnthrl, 
Gab»l*t. tibB, B . gailrr J"''- 



«i.l.lin, 1. n»I 
"»>da)|f,|SdIi 

ailHilliMildl 






iDdiclluIl,!!- 



inbrHiix, 



imrf/aoArry ^^ 

Gnb«lnHrr, (ibl 



,T.il. tn-lGl...,. 



ofcr, >b>l, 1.1. (op.M«,; ,to,^. , ,.™,.„.. „ .-. , , . .- --.; 

It naatlaw grttililu. la flp C}OE(lillp,J»Bl/, (. pop. "■'-■/v-i S""''''"?'.**"''''*"' "■■«*'' 
MI3, la MInu mil!,. I toc%,W.V(-..ciMrfo,«ng"l •"r'"?-'^ '^ ''"«■■ 

■obwii", sliilti, m. i*» iirjMi , fiuguelu, e, b'*I*, "Ji. jwrnv j GoniomBtrt , ihiltiafn, ■, 
1 OobiT-JPr, (iWrit '. r. pop. 1 mwconii, n/u/wi. ' 'c— : — .!.-:- -.^. • . . 

(o rtrlli,. n iiHilm ij fn;oyCoiid»lBreiiu,|!(llrS,i». proud , 
DbiYgi'i^ibin.f.pl. toari/nJlGnitiiPnartl, e, eSpilr, idj., 

oliKt c'^' "- ?^*«' ''"■'";' 1 G"*n""»rS»'r\ ci»"'''l' . '- "■ 
lobeter, t9t>ili, t. i. 10 /wihI | /olr, iwilir, jw. 









,.!. itlL-J 






lC°".^»W'i 



OnlMt, irllil, T 



rrf, >f»M(r 



GraiuPt. crMi lu trrarJ^H, 






GRI 



OrfppF-nriii, tr1pU4| ■, a lind 

Ori», p, (tI, III), my, eiTOil 
/E/p^r fllsVHUi -, Aoary balrt ] ' 



OritnillRiP^ilf.f. (ftUil.iiiic- . 

Oiiiailln', r^iin, T.I, (riiuj 

Gri«Br,Grii«rrf,(r(iit,n. vvu 
A«r,fiand-ro>it. (grialy. 
Griitne, irtlLiT, idj. grrni.!,, 
GtitT, (rl.l, T 1. a n. I.'«mh 



p. !.■ loer-nlU, I- gr-mU 
B.li 0r01|n«ir.(rlji.(nr,..fr 
'««(,. DTDfiion , pseiio", laf , 

GnnnfTi in^B^ T. GrofD 
Umjul, inlill.ia: brntfra 

«rolJn,ti)l,r i>i>D<. 



p&in. ' [grm 



Sriiet. |[1i), D. 
eiiiptle, irttil, 



"/■'Vf %!i'vL,° ^X" 



"V- 1;;!^ 



jH?-^7f ~- ■-■' 



tpyi QrOJidfuxm, troaaiiiM, 1/ 



Gluoii, E^iCn, idj. (mij feu 
OriTe, gi^T, [. liirmi. 

4Btelittdf tpoitfd. 
Gnnlfr, tA-'A, I- nJsHi/WI 

OiiTaer. iriTjl. t. ■Yam. u 

rmlrafr, n file*. 
OriT(ilen>,HTtLTJ,f.«ii»w£h 

Biwh filchinm, ctraliHg. 
Orircli'ur, iriutur, m. m- 
OriTOii, (rtnl, ■<). hnlal, 
OriroilP, l^l^tE, r. iolJjaile, 

fiiORf , (r£t. n. r"<ar. [fmiw. 
OrobiB. crBbl,^ m. rtn. pFond 
O^Ei <T^i u.erar. [man. 



GrO., .P, srS, .dj. Ug. , 

tJLd'-laataiaS^Uit. 

- Ie*,ki^plujii -now 
iiaiilliTe.fafliHNiyi Ii B 



%'Z'L'l^u' i^ rt, i 



^if.ri^sjc 




■'Piw-;' ert|H»o,iii. »»iW m. immhl^ gu,iM^. "oroi-bec, 'iit»tk, a. r* 

'■- -,iil,»*J. mjF, grrw, „/T'^_%,' a-^/i i<«M. Gr^blu^ i^ib, .. .« 

'"*' "ill' ^"^id'i'-^ "'' 
ml\,;friii'l,l.iniau)f.ic- 



sr. 



... ,lilJ.ia:* 



T.tHll'IgT.l.^illl.) *' 



GranmiFlnu , (tSiuif u 












3a^- 



^(1 (Wr*_cfoi*^°""J^,i', «.», 



qraiipnr, fi&lit, I. lipK 



•vA>f>«J^'fr>Ai\ bUw 



.jai4;i&i..wJ S-.S-sr-'ic^; sji-TTSi:::^ 
. «/j,;,% v,™i*, (ofricc^:. <:^^.'«&VS, r:;.^^:rs* r^:^^! 

Grog, trl,, .. i,™,. r-MB, „,-,«(W -, i*. 
Grnaurrl, (nSnir, n. tan.' grraldrul, »-, 



erotnqia, ^^^^^^1 







fiYX 




.1,,, 


f, =ii.i.*u, 


G^v; 


13 Uf, 





H. 






»rpn/,i;~B. j , '«JJ. Iiun , «■ . A? Ill' ia'li-rd. oul 



Sie'C""' """ Tto' H"inVH™™iA>n»iiiiiiii,rfi', 

Hnbili^L^Jbilll, r. « . (own *u(-/"('s, •fj'j'^""*; ^^ 

Hsi'in'is.iine, IMfi "/r^J, w Hlli>.'Sl?, V. ■. Ii *«f, »rfi*' 

fim. ..nj cttitr, ' tiwtful 'i*'> '" *"'' • V'" ■«■'»*'. 

riSiiilnllim.lhlLlll K».i™d* H«"rtv Wt; r. *~ir-;*r>I *.ir. 

Hnhllilr, ih^llli, ,f .'..Jo- , r.,i, .«W«*. ^ W™,. 

llariifitw, Ililllll, 1 t-^'girr, Hi.i-MUe.i.«ilW,uJ.A.n/-i.t 

Hnh-illnpr.. JbW.. r(»™//jl IIolagMillU ■■ '>'™«'/ nn» 

IIhIiIIImiii'IiI ihtlL: tnop ds -, bii. Unci, fn/. ' 

Mim™! =;»'«« l«iiW. HnlEnui,hlftrti,a.»™i.ewiW 

ulliiv. «,.p«rr^' h ,II1.1W«.) H«1liri.ii^,f.m»>rI»l:riJ. Iti.c) 

Hnhill.>r,rb1rt;,.i . ,, »i(* *™fcnK.iii».i fJB./- 

i„,™(.iic/..(fc., , l-M'. =- '<>"«(.■., 

cloi'iti, laaiiirr. t, 'h HI, HnlbrfneT, blUlrfnl, I. 0. 'O ^ 

fc''/.l[TiiIi.'h?biirr^WcVrrtS| "«'. 'J*i«*, tam«,cf u Bae'hit'l'i^'un^l'i'm., 

Wuiw u«r-. jrtf, '» *"»Ih;S2i"£S' ».*«* mS^j "p'- '■*■"'■ 

IlnhiilBur, ItHlhr, n. .im.:Hmhojr,hliliir4r,n.c*.ppii.». Hninbo'iS'i>u','"iI]bKKr^ 
Jr^.fr, hrr-^rr-^. h^rd, tkgipiiit-Mf'-. («ir,)/rnil-»»l«- Ki(w. 

Miihil. !l.l. m. Iml.il, rfr«.J H"'™'5i>'"Mv'- *■"*'"«■ Hiil-brei., Ulbrlo, .. A«(. 

-..i™,../, ,iiir,, «ml , ,«U o^l H«™onl«i« etoy I. HiiBU- Hnijin., Wa. t. (««(A, «i»Ji 

c/"!*™! - d'bnBBn, iMi.'i „"PV"-.* • .. . . bond'-, o"! rf (tmUi M( 

./.-.-u. - ri. Fh^iil. riJi..'Hl)wnl,f,bt|Ir, t4]. hagtirJ, ri-.„. .' ^ ;;„ hub. u a 



«,.«', -dr i^M, m,Hr,bS,\ ^jV^'iST'-,'" ?v3^r'*("°* """'*' J""'"' "■ " "^ 

c/../*M, iirm.lrpi'-, to taS !„««'«•'","'' V S'.-"'-,'; »™'*J npreiHn «m -, M 

l«^ nlitU. Imtii'io n.niHMmgniiili'-, l^TVIf, id)- t„.>l, .laf^ i 4air n. •■ -, 

™,„I. i«tfr.l««MM,.! *.gi«™;'*«(r -. n. *w*- ,„ („- '„, i, a.^H, to 

IInl.iI;.l.l-, 5Ml3i,l,«lj, ».Wfc| »™/^T. U««r./.*s. *„„ .i;, « »^, CU-fc,. 



HAR 



211 



HAU 



Hnrinoiiisto, nrm^nist, m. har- 
nionisfy />«i/«/c'i«/i. 

HnriiionoinPtre, arm8n8m2tr, 
m. hnrmtiiiomi'ler. 

Hc'irn.'K liHiae]it,h'arn3shmiD,m. 
hiiriifOi>iiig, httntt'Sf. 

H«TriinrlH'r, liurnashS , v. a._ to 
hnriu'.fs, to put on the harness. 

H.irn.ulnnir , irurnashSuc,^ m. 
htiriifft '-maker ; y;ronm. 

Harnais, harn^, ni. hurhes-^. ar- 
tnour; horfe-trap/nngs ; che- 
\al dc -, (Initighl-horse, cart- 
horse f pudosser Ic -j to turn 
soldier. 

Haro , h'irf) , m. hue and cry; 
ct'h'T - sur qn., to raise an 
oiilcnf again.it one. 

Harp.'l^on, b'&r{)ai>u/t, m. misery 
nifgitrd. 

se ll-irpaillr-r, hnrpa/i, v. r. to 
ffiiiirrel violently ; to grapple, 
to KciifJ'le. Jtiizzurd. 

Ilarpaj »', li'arp^, m. a f pedes of 

Harp*', harp, f. harp; (maf.) 
toothing; joucr on ninccr de 
la -, /o /'/"y on the harp. 

Harp«', (\ liarpi, adj. I^Trier bien 
-, greyliounU wttll-shaped. 

Harp«'aii, harp.';, ni. (mar.) 
grai pling-iron. ipegn^"- 

Harprjif, arpaz, m. (mus,) ar- 

Harp«''ji«Miient, XrpJzmin, m. 
(mils.) playing arpeggio, 

Harpey'T, arp3z3, m. (mus.) to 
arpeggiate. 

HarjXT, harpi, ▼. a. to grapple, 
to gripe ; se -, V. r. to grapple 
one another f to contend in 
clone fight. {shrew, scold. 

Ilarpie, harpl, f. (inTlb.)//a/-^ ; 

se JIarpimifr, hSrplgDi, v. r. to 
^fighl one another. ihook. 

H'ari)in, harpi/i, m. (mar.) boat- 

H«rpiste, harpist, m. harpist, 
harper, 

Harpoii,hHrpon, m. (mar.) har- 
poon, harping-iron, grapple. 

Harponner, hSrpBnl, v. a. to 
harj)oon, to grapple. 

Harp(»nnfMir, b'arpSni^ur, m. 
harpooner. [_culator. 

Harponnier, h2rp3nii, m. /«- 

Hart, h'ar, f. hand (.of a fagot); 
hulter^rope; .s(>ntir la"-, to be 
a gallows bird f to be a re- 
puled thief. 

Hasard , hXzar, m. hazard, 
chance, accident, fortuitous 
event, casualty, hap; danger, 
risk; an -, at' random; par-, 
by chance, accidentally ; coup 
de -, lucky chance, hit ; chose 
de -, a cheap thing; penny- 
tiMtrth ; jeu de -, hazard-game; 
courir Je -, to run the risk; 
s'cxposor au -, to venture 
one's life; acheter de -, to 
buy at second-hand. 



linsnrclor, hSz'drdi^ v. a. to ha- 
zard, to venture, to risk, to 
stake, to ejTpose, to run the 
risk of; rxpre<sion hasardc'e, 
mot hasard^, bold expression ; 
- sa vie, to hazard one's life; 
se -, y. r. to venture, to dare, 
to expose one's self. 

Uasarueuseiiiciit , hSzSrd^uz 
mil), adv. hazardously, tuith 
danger, tuith risk. 

Hasardeux, se, haz2rd2u, adj. 
hazardous , venturous, bold, 
perilous. 

Hftso, hiz, f. doe-hare, doe- 
rabbit, doe-coney; an old hag. 

IlastaifP, Sst^r, m. hastarian, 
pikeman. 

Haste, Sst, f. spear. 

H^ to, hilt, f. haste, speed, hurry, 
swiftness , f/uickness , preci- 
pitation, agiMttioni h la -, 
hastily, quickly. 

Hdtelptte, hillU, f. smallsilver 
skewer. 

Ilnter, h&ti, r. a. to hasten, to 
fonvard, to hurry, to urge, 
to push on. to accelerate; se 
-, y. T. to haste, to hasten, to 
make haste; hAtez-TOUs, make 
haste. \_sliced liver. 

nuloreaii, hltrS, m. dish nf 

HAteur, h4lPar, m. overseer of 
the roast meat in the royal 
kitchens ; foreman, 

Hatier, hllii, ro. spit-rack. 

iHitif, ve, hil1f,adj. hasty, for- 
ward, early ripe, premature; 
esprit -"J forward tuit, 

HAtiveaii, )\i({iit,m.early pear, 
early fruit. 

Hativpinent, bit^Tmln, adr. 
hastily, in haste, speedily; 
before the season , early ; 
passionately. [ness. 

HAtivete, hltlTti, t.forward- 

Haubans, bSbln, m. (mar.) 
shrouds or rope-ladders; — 
dc foe, jig-giiys; -de fortune, 
pretienter-shrouds ; - de re- 
Tcrs, futtock-shrouds t — de 
misaine^ shrouds of the fore- 
mast, fore-shrouds, 

HauhorHau, hubrS, m.' hobby 
(hawk) ; booby. 

Haubergeon, bubJrzon, m. Aour 
bergeon. 

Haubert, hSbJr, m. hauberk; 
fief dc -, tenure by k»ight*a 
service. 

Hatibois, t. Ilaatbois. . 

Hatisse, bSs, {,l(fi; rise; (inipr.) 
layerj -des (bndspablics, rise 
in stocks. 

Haiisse-col, hSskBl, n. (mil.) 
neck-pieoe, gorget. 

Haiissciiteiit, hSsmtn, ag. rait- 
ing, lij'ting-up I - de la TOi», 
raising of the voiett - d'<- 



pf the 

Isu 



paules , shrugging 

I shoulders. \jfuker. 

Hauss^'-pipd, hospli^m. (fauc.) 

Hausfser, \u\s.l, y. a. ct n. to raise, 

I to /leighten , to elei>ate , to 

heave, to lift up, to hoist up; 

to augment , to enhance; to 

exalt; to rise; los funds haus- 

.scnl, the stocks are rising; — 

la \oi», to raise one's voice; 

- Ic prix dc la monnaie, tn 
raise the value of coin ; - los 
^paules, to shrtig one's shoul- 
ders; se -, V. T. to rise, to raise 
one's self, to stand on the tip- 
toe; le temps sc haiisse, the 
tt/ealher is clearing up. 

Haussifr, hSs^i, m. speculator 

for the rise in the public 

funds. ihawser, 

Haussierp, hosier, f. (mar.) 

Haut, e, hj», sA'}. high, elevated; 

?'reat, exalted, eminent, sub" 
ime. excellent, magnanimous, 
illustrious ; proud, haughty ; 
-baute mer, high sea, 'ojfing; 
chamhre haute , house of 
Lords ; le Ilaut Rbin, the Up- 
per Rhine : - mal , falling 
sickness; lire k haute voix, to 
read aloud; Jeter les haats 
cris, to complain loudly; par- 
ler ii baute Toix, /o «/?ea* /ouif { 
prendre le - ton, to talk in a 
Jtauhfy strain ; faire- le pled, 
to scamper away ; — , adr. 
high, aloft, eminently ; loud, 
loudly ; proudly, boldly ; ea 
-, above, up-\tair»; par -, 
upwards; le prendre bien 
-, to speak %u4tn arrogance ; 
. le porter -, to carry one's self 
high ; trailer cpD. de - en bas, 
to treat one tvith. contempt. 
Hant, bS« m. height, ridge,iop, 
upper end; ,aa - de^-af the 
top oft du - des nues, front- 
the clouds ; sur le - du jour, 
totuarda high noon ; da - en 
bas, from top to bottom; du 

- et du bas, up and down ; le 

- de la me, the upper end of 
the street; tomber de aon't-, 
to J>i atnazed ; gagner le -J to 
scamper away. 

Haut-a-bas, hulibS, m. pedlar: 
Hniit-k-kaut,botShS,m.(eluw8.) 

hailoo ! hoo-up I' , ■ 

Hautain, e, h.%i\n,hd\. highly, 

'proud, imperious, arrogant, 
Haiitainpinent, h^t^nmtn*, a^r. 

haughtily, proudly t arroga^- 
■ /y. , . 

Hautbois, bftbwl, m. hautboy ; 

hautboy-player; J0J19T du -, 

to play on the hautboy ; Hg. 

tofellltfty tris^, 
HantboVite, hSbwIst, m. haut* 

boy-player,- • 

14* 



'i'"ili'/!."' 



.>rw.-lu.t«i^ pf. «r-, 



li-fiss, bi 



»!i'iifin}\i. ip'ltil/'.ii'lbMJ , 
,.|.l,mliiV, Vi"l>f, (, A,,.!-! 



Hi^nlihqiif, Icilillh, 



[que, Icilillh, iidj. Ak. ^ 

li, e, irW.I, idj. HirU. "?!'?;?'„"• '■ 



Hi'Hi.'r.JfliJ, •.!.'»'".■.>" 



II.Tliiirii<-u/ IrbSrlifar, Itrr- 



'•-. !rt.8rl«lrf. 



U^cnliloire, IriilliJc. Hij. it 



HOC 215 HON 



lilllli't. immu, 
vMkf, ciatlllyi 






ife'jsr-a 




iias 


;'/i&,','^-*™:t 


-, n. . iuu.sw-1 





lnMf1k,ld].j|»i- 



■ norh^ot, bAAbpS, m. Attdgr^l euri t'tm mtn ", Jhat la hij sfnitrity, civitly, courHvuf- 
Ifoiigfg tiotahiMleh^ {JuilA iiuii,.fdlii iv rj6« Hun/tfr m*, - Ivi dtoaKlty,mJiU9llu,aiitMit- 

IIhchn|unip,h3tLkiii,ii.iin>g- lloiimipni,3iil!,Bi. Jifdi'iuiLl Ai nffitttiilgi ilvn -, in 



-lililc.ISMi'.l'froa- 
Rorhel, hltbl.m. oml. . . 
Under, Idl, 1. 1. lo aniy, »| 

HoUniiiAiri', i^Iatir, m. nJs- 
Bosii»r. Iiipj, I. B. MP. « 

HoirlP.wU.r. ()<i[J irrAmMiiE. 
HnLn, kill, Inl. hnUa. holUa 

^•i!TA',' ■ 

Jlolla-'- 



uiDnnitriiinp, imMiufk 
idruiniF, laldilBl, f. 
nciDuieopnliip , ImUplt, ■• 

[ouKiPUIHtlnquo.IinllFilIk, 



It, llsln, m. ««al£..g 



HollnndH-. hJllsdl, irlj. t 
iIi,IUmd.T,haiUi11,i.i.lui-.., 

•■j:3 ;:,*•'"•"-■' 

Iliiliirnutti', llZkliil.B. luilo 
lliiiiiuirtrpjlldm^tr, b. Aofo 



[ninrriqw, imlcTk, ^. //. 



iiln.Jrr, Inlildl.T. >. i„ 
IliliairF.lmlllJr, ■. egjfxl 

'hii.i^'',",'3iiiiji'm7j''*Wa 






vtilknb. Id 



h^u^!ii 



[omfrlnaiilian.Inilisl. 



Hointiphagp, inltii, ■. iIihih. 



HOBiit^tpl^ bitttl, t. bmwy, 



uroiiqr, pint! d--, KiWrf 
AwMurr diBa "S ■»"• tt 



'™UfiiitJ"^Ij 



loniii, c, riot, p(rt.'(d> Ktntli) 



jS^i" 



Honnir, hldr,-'. 

l>l<>J>lii&M4 



It, ^p^Uf, ill 



loIiBttf.ink.iii- l,c„ul,i, 



■atmatmr. Iiiirlr.idl.i(c.i>c»M- 



r'i-S'i 



-*MHify, la:,nttly. 



/''•■Is, 



1 anonft^aa.ln'M Ilk, id). «i>i 



5' i'!^/ ***""*"" 



lalraliiilinuf, liirit 
laltiiiucf tlu^Ki t*i- 
-iha^lCa.ib'iT'' 
lo»Ini,yivll<',1>Jl1, 



lEonognphie, 1t9i 
Ico..o^™pl,..|iif, 11 

lcun'^iti[F,1k;iii)lUi 
loOnoliLrw.TklBSlU 

loonulosie.lkiiSlii 



ii;ii'i:n5?:; 



/•ffmli"!!. tririrllji. 
Iiru.l^,1l3llll,..(. I~m.l. 



Jt'-ID-'lit , ImlltiLinl*, 



fjlit, (slnplift.tdj. I'l.- 



,^-^r- 



Drdahlp. tnlkitdtbl, tdi. 



liuomuanblru 

Ineainjiniaian, 
Ii^l^iluX°Iiti 
iDoOmpAliblV,! 

' IncomueiunMf 



InlVfWil?"!' 

priili'lhli^B, 

lDcoiiipr¥'»ibiJ 

blllt^ I. hcor 



InooBgniil^ in 

giGrUy.' 
Iiu:on;trun«il 



INC 

UDiuinntnbllftti, inkin 

ieoinnarnbili&, tnkonB 
att, t. iuaiinparaUmtt 
noompiu'iiblp, IhIdr^ 
«dj. ineofnparahU, pttr 






■lible, 



acoiaprptnbilit^, Ukui 

nconcn^nbli-, l^kowlu, 
mibU, ^tmttdrrfatj ttrmgt 



■bleiHi 



coiiril iable. iiiIiuiA!U 



S3L 



INE 

InrfKcMmnit, Intfltbali, 
Jaf^^ VmltWll, I. iKttumli 



I BrirUBimen l,1iilJ|lBll,IdT. 
IlirlrgalUicllibl^t, r. hfh- 
InrJFlut, r, 1ii]l£ll'Mut7Il I 

iBFlifibilili-, ^JSaaSti, I. ' 

imIiMiUUhi.llimMihiVfiriBW , 

Inrlljiblc, IdlMbl. Id), uvfi-' , 
]iie|>K|vriit, e, UHUb, i^.:' 

IiMiijimh1f;'lihlilU,i4. »- 

innilB.liJpi' 141. tersi, iffb.l 

JirplniWnl. Illptalii, i4t. ijr-l 
Inriitli', tiilpri, t. Urplam,' 

vrrriauMltttt, CirjmiiiiMcii?. 
InequiTunne, IdUItU, ■Ij. 
luig-Iliitne, laWlIDr, (dj. 






InliMtea ^liitt MJ.t aifanqh 

—7'. — .-rr-'i-.v liih)«i>bI^bi(IA|tM, Of. *> 

lU(, If'taHH "1' ■" Ii>fiiti|iibl«Bcnt . ; InOflthl 
niH> UMhIu, t. in-, mliTWl. imAfi^tMs,^ 






[nfntntT, Utllil 



luiulidiilHlite, iBlbfdUkIA 
InapIicBbleiliilkiirltlilbl, 14. 



iBsruditinn, Inlrlililm, r. 
Innontion, IdIi^Im, i. in. 
innpcn-,iBliplcl,>4j. uiMprd, 



lMFU^Ii.|l, U 

InHtinniblF*, lihrtalbl, dj. 
Inftondi^ r, talil^dVuu' ■1.. 

liKTiili-nt, e, 1iili1i|ibi,idj. ui 

mrraMlilu, crrtmiatm. 
IliiWitnbls,Tn]Ttltl>],i4t. h- 

Indritnl.r.inBnt, UTlltbtaln, 
■dr. i«,vil»hly, mmvuliUtl/, 

taranct, p,'lii!t9llii, idj. la- 



llll,.(.». 



Innipn«ibIr,tiiikiriMbI,t4. 
iDnEpriBublr, lnh^rii^'l, 
•AJ .Mu-prHaiUtiWuiltcnUt, 

Ineipuviuble, lilkififniH, 

ibilile, litkflliiinbl 

ibU,* 1lbillii|I1bl, 

littticiNibilife, Isbiilrf IblJl 

wxtiipiibWliiibudtirtlil, lij. ] 
Mat fa ^ fiellrpmltd, 
inlrioabiruj , loiknri 
ll, f, iuvfrJeii»biirt>. 
lnHlnubla, latkitiltllil, 

■ '— "-, UltlrmUr. 

iiiafikinil,f 

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4dT. te BA f>^iR<Mr -r . 

nfemil, >, Ultnll, Ml' i^ 



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ii«^(r^ 



nrnmunt, r, isMHlD, tlj. dr. , 

fuming, in/amatitg tgniHtiHW 



Initnnljui^,'(>, i^iiiIhiIbI, ■ 



sXJi 



J»f 






Diu.fr,u,,.^ngl. 






e,Hah',l.'mM-Jmit, 



»c:<ird«.oo(. !:«,o„(i.ar*.,. 

Luinene, JinrI, r. u,c..l.ir^Jr,\ 
Lgineur, J»n!iir, n. n^vrtr. 

m™..., ,1.1.. .,..„,,„ 

I^inipr,lJn1l,iIi. ^tar^on,,r.' 
iJtinni; 111b, idj. lay, forciif.i 



Loilrrip, Kiri, t. dair 



lvi,u ^rliUtaMtiuSnni 



'!^"?^"''5"W'?-^ 



'line -, » liagcr, u plii 
l(imix,iP, Iln>!ti>rfi),ld, 

lUlli'Ti-, LliitBcudllt, 



"jS'i°?'^&/''*^' 



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jiviirpVUTlr, (. VHII, (.mi. 

LrrnriPT, liiirtl, m. jrow. 



wii: 



j«iuDSrii|.P-,l!t.1k5:ri:r,ii,.: , ,.._ 

/«J»griip*y. ... ' rxgasemnu, Liiilnlion, Jlilil.los, (. (lor.) 



*a 



■, HI., r. y^.e'"'""'' 






■t";i»., t.j!_i„ »«rirf 



brainrd^ iAa u li/iAl-mmtUil. 

I.ioimp, Ma, I. li^iiai. 
UoniH, «. lliul, adj. (bill.) 

LillotllVBliv, n^llml, f. (mid.) 






..«.iV'i| 



Lippltnclv, iTplIld, f. bnUJ. 

ijquniin'n'nklilni^.r. °iqi4iiiin. IjMBre,' 
Linuefactfon. I^Urtk.lo^, r.' •fMb.n 

Uqu^KiOile, lUtnibl, 14. fb Litie, II 



Litlinchroinie, l1i3b3Bl , t. 

LithoDnlil^, nilkSl. r. tillim- 

Lilbannplie, ]ll!pl[,B.Uda- 

LIlhugrApkiF, llltpllt, t. Klt*- 

V f'g' '''*°*'^"' '''•'" 

LillioRFiiphicr, Itllfrllll.T.a. 

tJUu>griii<hiiiae,&\iiAtilL,t*l. 
Lil]ii>la|{ue, aiillf, m. lillf. 



.Sir: 



naiir.aaiiai.m. (All.) 



ISmiId, m. l*dgingt 



I, tdj. lagiaUi -, 









vli-S 









»« »'wZl5» A *™^ 



LOU 

Lonrd, *, li'm, til Ahi^, Luliriq'o 
wrllils.tMrHaiKmt, d-ft, 1 Irchrr, 

LODrdand.lliirdS, IB. isfgrr-jLlicanip,' 

Iqurdmirat, llordmla, tit. LDcidF,lii 
kravity, c/mMi/y, aujiattard- elwrpr 

Lonre, llofi ,'■ I'lrr 



I. bhndrr. 









Louve, iJoi, r. .*^u-=J/-| Bf- Lucnbm, 

s.i K/- , nn,;, tr,d. ■ Lurtlr, fll 

I^nvpl, t», iScti, idj. not/-. Lunir.llED 

fi^E^r derp yfltoiiu-diiiu I glimitt. ■^nrr, ir^ii^ - u cj- 

Lony«(pr!p.lioTlr1, f. >f i<i>i..fi I ""'^ Jufc/-'. miturnfuT. do- 
LOVTnir, llovtir, B. irltrr. I.i'i }". P"™- *•- »™. f" *™. 



LoiiY^w,'lnJ.»i,l,r.iKBur.).j^"rtJ-,„^'^ n hr' » (i(»r 

i^''K';'flf^ii.°Ki«T". '?^''r"''^sV™''l,''''i^' 



LosodrDDiip, llbijAiBl 









I.i'n"tt"iTjii>!ltl, B. .c^f^ 
Lnni-iiilaire, linliSAr, (dj. 

LuihtciIpi, iJpIckll, t. ■>]. 
Imjiy) JiatU is ilnuw •/ 

Luuin, llpin, m. lupine Iplmnn. 
Luron, IIfm. ■. j-tln fiUaw, 

Lnilrnip, llilfii, in. (fsjiuim. 
Lmlrar, e, llnnl, iitj. bairnl. 



Loxadmiiiiqxi*, jaiuUrSinlk, 
Lo^antr, lirlfi't, f. /oya/ly. 



i.BDiuiiK.', iimblet, u. (bAo *C' 
LuiiiiiinDn, LtaiiniMi, B. uaX 



' lUtr'la Jrru. SirttiiT. 

Lnftmir. Ilnlrfnr, m. «((- 
'--'.Tin, Iktril, m. iiiifr*> 



lif'r, 13b[lnl, •. I. u In. I.nnnisoB, llndna, 1. 1 
|ue, Illiilk, til. Imtric,\ ini»ii-ryB^>»«-tIr« 



iilMiiin, lliiilwi, t. Utalim, 

iitntlili, T.I. (<Ub.) w /■(<! 
iilh.litr, m. Ulti Joaerdn-, 
»I.f»lJ*f.d>i><icard>-, 



M. 



BlBcatcl, mllilr), m. « 



MAI 



', BtgSltktlril, 



H^ISi'nd, <■, ntnbtn, i 



', m. nfflrtTr^i 
lyr. 



'in?^IrId,TnJJ 
nllklit, a. tJdy, 

, nIi4Mk!ll, I. 
"'m^" u Tk'nti, 

lilt, T.'l. Mpwrf, 

iimWkAt, •dj. 



iS*! « -^'1"^ 






rJ^'^i.i^ii^^'ti. 


ivt/. '" ■"="° 


ai*(i.p. 


Imt, fi 


•ipiiom 


h-,i< 


*^^«« 










t«M«niHi>l<T, nthP^i 


u miirrAi-. u t,Ut 




vS^ontL^Jia^iia. 



Wlnnmli'flB 

mrlaacli-Uc 
Melnnoalinu 
■Id, tdi. 



MER 



2G4 



MET 



Meritoirf'inpnt, mirllwlrniSn, 
adv. meritoriounly y deserv- 
edly. i(.fi»h). 

M**rlaii, mlrlSn, m. whiting 

Merle, mirl, m. hlackhird; - 
hquiUqnn f xualer~nuzel • c'est 
unlln-, he in a cunning blade. 

Merlot, m%rl2^ m. merula, cook- 
fxxh. Uet. 

MerlettP,in?rl?t, f. (hiss.) mart- 

JVIerliu, ni?rli/t, m. pole- are, 
fu>fl-ii.re; (mar.) marline. 

Merliiifr, merlinJ, v. a. to marl 
a sail. [/rwi. 

Merlon, m^rln;?, m. (fort,) mer- 

Merluohe, niSrlash, f. atockjith, 
haddock. 

Merrain, in?rin , m. plankf of 
oak, staves, 8ta/r-wood; hart's 
horn.^ 

Merveille, in?rv?/, f, marvel, 
tuotuter; i — , •wonderj'tilly. 
admirahly well; faire mor- 
•vei lies , to perform wonders ; 
prometlre monls et merveilles, 
to j'romise mountains of gold, 
to promise great things. 

MerveillrusMiiPiit , m?rT?/?u7. 
ttiin , adv. wonderfully, mar- 
vellously, admiruhly. 

Mpr\-eil]enx, sp, in?rv?/?a, adj. 
marvellous, wonderful; -, m. 
the marvellous, coxcomb. 

Mes,m^,pmn. (pl.de .Mon, Ma) my. 

Mesjiir. mSsir, m. (ma.) mezair, 
framing. {trouble. 

!VIi*«.'U<5f*, m3sjz,r. fncnm-enience, 

MesaMinuce, masalSins, f. al- 
liance or marriage contracted 
with one of an inferior rank 
to one's self. 

Mesallier, mi.<iSlii, t. a. to un- 
dermatch, to disparage ; se -, 
T. r. to marry heloxo one's 
fe(f; to degrade one's self, 

3Iesrtn8e, mJsin:, f. tit-mouse, 
tt^m-tit. 

Mesarriver, m2sar"vj. v. imp. 
to miscarry , to take an ill 
turn . to turn out i!'. 

Mesaiile, misol, m. (.iri-h."» mid- 
dle court. i.fc» turn out i.'.'. 

Mesarenir. mlsa^nlr, t. imp. irr. 

Mesaventure, m]<iavlntAr. f. 
mischance, misfortune, mif- 
h.tp. ^ [_me*entcrt/. 

ZMe<eMtt*re. m2sSnt/r, m. tanai.} 

Mesfiittriqup, mislntirik, adj. 
t'tetrn'rric, 

Me^enteritis. m3!*lnl2riti , f. 
iiricl.* intl.inin},it:.*n of the 

Me<»'5tiin»'r. m!«?<t*mJ. r.a. /.^ 
di'<*tt-"i . t.y uKi:erv.t.'ue , t.y 
de: •"f .".- :'!'. 

f. mi*:.-..:ff^jL'..i:rs, .::«.i*rrf- 

f*ent, ,y. i. t.'> »":/<iv-rj r-ei, 

3It»sint?rpneter, mss:>:terrri:i. 



Mesmeriftine, m^.smilr^sm, m. 
mesmerism, animal magnetism. 

Mesoffrir, mlsBfrlr, v. a. irr. to 
underbid, to undervalue. 

Me.so]nerie,mls8m3rl, f. middle 
of the body bettueen the thighs. 

Mesquin, e, raiskin, adj. ni^- 
gardly, stingy, near, shabby, 
pitiful. 

MeRquineinpnt,m?s/(^innitn,adT. 
niggardly, stingily, shabbily. 

Me«quinerie, m?s*inr! , f. nig- 
gardliness, stinginess, near- 
ness. _ [oak. 

Mesquite, m?s/-1t, m. American 

Message, m^.sSz, m. rtkessmge, 
errand. 

MessRger, mlslzS, m. Messa- 
gere, mpsSs^r, f. messenger, 
carrier, runner, fore-runner; 

- a pied, foot-post ; - en char- 
rette, carrier. 

Messagerie, m?sazr), f. coach- 
office, stage-uiaggon, stage- 
coach'; prcudre la-, to take\ 
the stage; aller k !«-, to go', 
to the coach-office. 

Messe, mis, f. mass; grand'-, I 
high-mass ; basse-, lozumass; 
dire la -, to say mass. \ 

Mess^ance, mSsitns, f. inde-' 
cency, unseemliness, unbecom- ' 
ingness. 

Messeant, e, m?.s23n, adj. inde-> 
cent, unseemly , unbecoming, 
unhandsome. [pi. my lords. • 

Messeipneurs , mis^j^nrar, m. 

Messeoir, m^swlr, t. n. irr. to 
be unbecoming. 

Messer. m?$?r. m. master. 

Messidor, m?sTdfir, m. tenth 
month of the French repu- 
blican calendar. 

MVssie, m?sl, m. Messiah. 

Messier, m?sii, m. keeper of 
the vineyards. 

Messieurs, ro?s?Ju. m. mes- 
sieurs, gentlfmen. sirs. 

Messire, m?slr, m. sir; - jean, 
a sort of pear. 

Mestre-de-camp, mJslrdlkln. 
m. colonel of horse. 

Mesiirable, m^iSrSbl, adj. mea-, 

surahle. J 

MeMirage, n?z!!ra=,n. mea*mre- 

menf. meafuring, surveying. 
Mesure. mlr\t, f. veasure, rule, 

prt^portiou ; fimi! , boundary ; 

mean. me.in» : ^ -que. pro- 

f or*ii*n,il':y. in proportion a*. 

<i.-,ri'r.:jii^ tc : san* -, u-ithru! 

nea*ure. e.r'e**:re'\i: oatre -, . 

h^,-'r.i ,:.'.' bi'uidf: k tvtr et k 

— q'J^, ir prcfot 'i^K t<*. ac- 
r»Txi:.-;j: o; atoir mmWrf la -. 
I.»*j:i' '■..Vi/ up the nejtsurt: 
Tovapre I« — , fi'> gn' ground: 
oMener ia -, f.i kr-ff time: 
prendre la - d'an boniB«, ti' 



take the measure ef a man 
(for clothes); prendre mil ses 
meaares, to take oiu?» measurtn 
ill t £tre hors de -, to be unabU 
to do ; ne garder aQcane-tTee 
qn., to have no regard far 
one; manquer de — , to offad 
against decorum, 

Mesur<^, e, mizSri, tfdj. mMHiir- 
ed, circumspect, eautioma, pre- 
cise ; conduite pen mesiirie,jw- 
guartlea behaviour. 

Mesiirer, mlzSri, t. a. feme*- 
Sure , to vieigh , to jeonnder, 
to propprtion , to compare; - 
ses forces, to calculate oke'i 
means; -ses force* coBlrefL, 
to struggle agamtt omej - 
869 d-marches, to proceed cir- 
.cumspectly; se -, t. t/W - 
avec qn., to tompare oim*« «r^ 
with one, to trjfOHe*attremglli 
tuith one. !/■«■, awftr. 

Mesiireur, m^zSrSnr, m. mMm- 

Mesiiser, mizSzi, t. n. tomut- 
use, to abuse. 

Metabase, mliSbb, f. <rUt.) 
metabasis, trauaitioiu 

Metnbole, mitlbfil^ f. (rii«L) 
metabola. Z^mrput. 

Metacarpe, mitakZrp. m. muta- 

Metachronisiiie, alubErdafnii 
m. metachrohinn. Ceuai* 

Metarisine, mtt2a1nii,m. mdf- 

MetaiJj miti/, m. metallic ema- 
pound. CAouee, grmage. 

Metairfe, mit^rl, /. farm, ferm- 

Metal, mStll, m. metal. 

Metalepse, mitSlips, f.VriiJL) 
metalepsis, -Tic, melmtlieal. 

Mefa]h;qne, aiiunk. ad|. metal- 

Metallisation, inltlliBmM,f. 
(fhioi.) metallhatiom, 

3Ieta)liser, mltSllzl, ta (cUaJ 
to turn to metal. 

3[etallo^apIiie, mhilSfilll, f. 
melmllograpAv. U^rgy. 

Metaniirgi>,inItSlirrl,r. mHml- 

Metalhiriiiqae, BiltilirsU:, »4|. 
metallur^ie. Znrtallmi^ist. 

Metallnrgist«>, niiZjSrslei,*. 

Metamorphosp, miiivirrts, f. 
metamorpho'if f trmin^forma- 
fion. altemtiom. 

Metaini>rphoser, mitlairlStl^ 



T . a . /i> metamorphoMe, la lrm0' 

f.^rm. fo change. £meiMker, 
Mftaphor(>. mfiartr, f. (fkH) 
Mefaphoriqiie, BliilMk, a4> 

njc.'.i/ *.-r:.-, mefapkoricat, 
Met^phi^riqiK^npnt, aMlMk 

nln. ?dT. metapkoHealhf. 
Met.ipbr.ise, nilSftix, f. MMfe- 



ph'-.in*. 



MftaphrnstP, nilSfrtst, a. av* 

f.j; -^-j**. .V>r«/ trmmHator. 
MriAphysiri^n, »il2flc!sllH, 

MetapLTfiqiw; mlAdslk, a^. 



MEZ 

lirmlMlntfi 



pTvxttet try pU 

Viorogrpplue. 
HicrouwiK, Btl 

Uioroioopiqii^ 

tK-mieftawpi 



Hi<>,IIl1,r. er>n, 
-, >■> .hir, n 
Miel.nftl.n. . 

MwTni.nllil.l 



lElieviene» aili 



1, 



- m. "SS ' Mtniliu*," 



""Sw*" lob.«')ii'Jit-\'.'tiil^ 






laC rttiilmi. [nJilf. 



Matnrdp, nlitrd.T r"iii'. Vfl^Dl 
Bamrdn, ulttrdl, i, i. bm. (a 
Bmto'' nil* n nojini ■ 
■Miller. 'nj;i(l,.:;.«j^,.* 

lt»n"l™r,'liU?" Jir, m . "1S''r. 
Kutillomier, Kiilllnl, t.No- 

Xaup,iil>,f. WA-1, iiTc. 
K*KJ, s, nlltJ, •«}. ««ial, ».. 
Uhi Jour-, bir-A-dayt pa> 

Hlfa"l^>1ui(i'l'^'r. luUflfun, 
B«tif, vl^"!!! r, idj/i.iiv'^ *° ™' 

NutionalHiient, nhlliitbiiU, 



NBiTOninnM;, nj 
Kcclnlro.nlkUr, 



vS. ait, t. •»» 
N«(iiil<^, nlcl.1, 

iiav,*i(D"'irii?; 

XrUin.iiloll.ii 



276 

i(-i "' if' f m™'*"' lou. 4> 



n^ii 



b;;i^^' 



jr^g™*i.Ki ..-.-, ...- s,*--^ ' ., l „ '^i^t 

j1™(, *"!'"•. «"'"•• 1S««. *, nlnl^ .dJ. (blu. 
Kwiirr, ■Itlltl, I. •. u w mrrvrJ. ■iniAtlmewi 

^^l,l„Jifkl.Udi.rrt.rJ. X«v«, l>)nl. t. 1. f. »» 
n ifripim >f -, Y. r. Ir ac-iKtrmix, •*, ilnhi, idl. wn 

•ImI «.f ■• M(f. HI., ™fi™,,.ig«»Mi i»>r 

Moflf. trmJfFt Jivifr. \ left, prriphufui' i TOmple ^ 



>j;i^-'iEi!'- ^Fir^ 






^H 



WtH 



0. 

O ! hil. »*.' 

Ob'i^ii-iic",' IMiii. I. .»!- 



OMitt, ShO^ T. a. MtaA 



■\ 






Ob<»>tio°i 9blt»t«, t. ^ J 
Obdirntenr, Ullrllliir, ■. t^ 



<M^ii-^,l(iMr, t.^j:ficti""e\ 



O'frrnndi, ilrlnd. 1. oflti«e. 



iWinjiTvm'nt. Jra^r.^iitr. Oi>Hil<T.:;».i. 



■riU. ■■ WW. HUv: 



blllii»ir™,'iiniia.t.j. I. ' ofrg™B«7^S|rirt, f. =/=- 

t^l•ll^i^^blBl>,r. otHk-i !»; * —"./^ ^_^ 

!, irib, f. unmlpm. OMomuiu, Jliala, F. alMmwi 



OrJinnin-lncnJ, lr«nJrm»ii, , Orfil 



vilr./a Oun-iri, I'irvirl, x. M 
I, kntdai/! hr^l OuUtllrHii, inljcdS, m. <i 



''Z!^i\'0«'ilX.-ax.tf. SoitSxtu 









Fapul, e, plptl, •di, p^pu 



Piujoje. plt'iS'i'tiT''^"''"- 



p'mhl^I'pWlr, .. B. rn. J 



PurillJqM-, B^rllSki/f. (i.lr.) 
l-»rnlJW>, BfrSllJ, idj. ,..»/(<■;, : 
M»(fy J'llii.f : -, f. pMrulIrl | 



:«;' 



1^^ 




;ffK,«,i, 


. .. 1. j,„r- 



Fudi! plrdl, iDl. sn frafy. 



Pl>m>T, pliliir, ■. •■»r,> 
l-nrfniw, plrtlr. .... In. > 

Farlail, e, pud, u|. (H^dK I 



j.ffi;-;«gi-....;.! 






^^^^'"'1'° 



1 on.;!!!/: loiptai 



■ II A'lMi; r .' 1 1 



» piniis 'dinf ™ »„ 'i/«iJi I 



PaUuuill«r, piuluJl, I. 






w.a."l 



^P«.>;onn.^plMl 



PER 



299 



PET 



l*ersP, p2rs, f. cAi/i^f. . ForsonniiiPr, ■pSrscn^l'iil, t. a. > pervert, to corrupt, to de- 

I'ersecutaut, e, p?r.s8^8tln, atlj J to personify. \ hauch. [adj. pervertible. 

importuning, trouHeaome. Ferspectii, ve, plrspSktlf, adj. Pervert jssal>lp, n^rv^rtlsibl, 

Persecuter, pirsi/tStJ, ▼. a. to perfpeclive; -yt. perspective, PprvortisseiiKMit^pfirv^rtisintn, 

prospect, view; en -, in per- m. perx<er*ion. 
spectivef in the dislanpe , in Ppsndo, pJ'sSd, f. (ma.) nf«a</tf. 
prospect. [spicacious. Pcsage, pjsaz, m. weighing. 

Perspicace, pir8p1kfcs,adj. D*r- Ppsnininent , plzamln , adr. 



persecute , to importune . to 
torment, to trouble, to molest, 
to ver, to teaze. 
Persecuteiir, pprsSAStcar, m. 



persecutor, troublesome man.. Yer%\nChtA\.&, pln^^YAfiid, f . I heavily, lumpishly ; (mus.) 
Persecution, pers8Aasio/i,f.^i»r-' pertpieacity , penetration,', slowly. 

aecution. [secutrix.^ acuteness, sagacity. Pesrtut, e, pfzSn, adj. heavy, 

Persecutricp, pjrspatrls f ,;^r- ! p ic^^^^ 
Perseite, p?rsl^t3, f. (ihcol.)j tptcuity, clearness. ^ 

f. existence. , ! Pergpirnlion, plrsp^rXslon, f. 

ev^raminent, pirslvlri ; perspiration. 
n, adv. persevermgly. " p,ir8undnnt, e, p?rs8Xd4n, adj . 



ivy, 
'weighty , ponderous ; dull, 
stupid; (mus.) slow; -•, m. 
'Weight. 
Posanl(?ur,plzXnt8ur, f. 'weight, 
heaviness; nmuieldiness, dul- 
ness, stupidity. 



Perseverance, pgrsJvJriiis, f. persuading, persuasive! ' - » '« 

perseverance, constancy, slea- Porsuader, p?rsi?^di, v. a. /o ' I*<*s<-Pj P*>=*, f- '^"''^^"'y »• f*ire 
diness. , ,,- I persuade, to induce , toad- nno -, to weigh. ^ 

Perseverant, p, p?rs3v3rln,adj. i,/,<.^ to prevail; se -, t. r. Pesp-liqueur, piiluSur, m. 
persei^erant,conittant, steady.', to persuade one's self, to be- hydrometer, test liquor. 

Perseverer, persivirl, v. n. to\ Un'e , to think, to fancy, to P*'ser, p«rl, T.a. eln. fo w/eigA, 



persevere, to j<ersist. , imagine. 

Persicaire, pcrsiAir, f. pfrsi- Porsuasihle, pJrsaSslbl, adj. 

caria, arsma^rt. persuatible , persuadable. 

Periicot, persikrt, m. per^icot. Persuasil", ve, pirsSSsif , adj. 
Persienne, pcrs^en, f. kenetian, persuasive, persuading. 

blind. -- - 



Persiflage, p?mDai, m. rail- 
lery, banter, keen irony. 

PersiJIer, p?rsifl2, t. a. to ban- 
ter, to quiz. 

Persiflcur, p?rs1fl?ur, m. ban- 
terer, quiz. 

Persil, p?rsi, m. parsley. 

Persillade, persi/ad, f. slices 

of cold meat, with vinegar 

and parsley. 



Persuasion, pXrsHSsion, f. p 



er- 




to ponder, to be heavy f to 
dwell upon, to be a burden 
to; -pins, toout'Weigh, to 
preponderate ; - SM paroles, 
to speak caittiously; — sur lo 
coAor, to sit heavy on the 
mind. 

'weigher, 
steel-yard. 
(m^d.) pes- 



puse; - do tomps, waste of 'nry, suppository. 

time; alI6e H - dc TUe, walk Vo^^^,^}^,^. common pitch-tree. 

that reaches further than one l*<'ssnnifiinp, p2.s;im^sm,m.«e««i- 

can see; filro CD-, to lose, to ,,""•<" ?^ « /'"/"'"j"/ '■""'•* 

be a loser; faire une-, /ome*/ IJ**';^'""**/; plsimSs^ m. r«ai- 

ivifhttloss; raisonner i - do ^P'te. P*st, f. pest, plague, 

T»o«:n:i « «if. 3 73 AC ! yut, to talk at random. pestilence ; monriT ie Is -. to 

Persille, e, p?r.s^/3, adj. fromape i.ertiiiemnient,p2rl^n5intn,«lT. die <^f the plague; .-, int.Sless 

'' S''*''^" '''"'-'''■- - pertinently, tothepurpoie, ««' *^^ ''^"•'^ 




per..n..e, ^rj^l'r'ii^^ ; | ^;z:;bit:''Zuno,^:::di::;^{^ i '^^ris ri^t:^^:^' 

exterior, appearance; nobo- of mini saj. pestilential, contagiojts. 

dy, none, anybody; en-, in ivi^lurha trice, p2rt8rbSlr?s, f. £^f' T* °//"''' f^""' f^*' 
person; acception de person- fema'e disturb er Petale, pIlAl. m. (hot.) ;»?/a/. 

■•■> f 




verswn, corruption 



slo/i, f. personification. 



^ |PetardIerj pitirdll, m. petar- 
e, pttiz, m. the winged 
oj Mercury. 

id, pltS, m. la cour da jroi 

[Pervertir, pinrXrtlr, r. a. to\ -, Dover^court. 



Personnel Iempnt,p2r.san?lmin, Perversite, p?rT?rsllJ, f. per- • r*:ta%e , 
adv. personally, inper.ton. . verseness, wickedness, frow- *«' of 
Personnifioation, p8ra3o1flki I ardnesa. IP^taiid, 



:;,r.-K «(*,^ja 






I 






i- f WW, pl»l. '■•*"-"'■ 






■iocluigE, p19lh3:, D 



riochKt.f^ithl, T.i. la dig llir 

rigcli™'^, pljliriiir, i^°'- "■' 
Fioclion, pliibo", n. ii" 
ria1er.p1ill,T.i>.i»pip. 

Puinner, pllol, '- B- """ic o' 

FipP, p%p, 1. pipe, utacco-pipr-; 

light a fipt. 

rip*«, »1fl , t. catching 0} 
bir^(ufuK bird-time). 

tUg,priAt!,, ui^ti-t.Muf, 
thmrp, tart, vnartj bttUrt 
■tyla -, ^Mrp and tpiriui 
•IgU, -,m. liricUa. 
Yilfa^t^TttUpikPttontti 

l«i.d'01n'-,/>i»r-««^. ""*' 
PiqiH-nuiettP, plkSllt, a. 

Pi^[iie--bo«iiFr p'iJitilvf, ■' Jr^t- 
Piqae-Hiqiu*, pikallr, m. 



Jroo^'\''V"'"""'^ f' *,'"{■ "■ v 



Tuilisiiu', pllllia, n. .irlBoB.I'^'''""'""' "'" '' '" '" *"' 
I'iHun, rUinn, a. jimr-i'at-' 

n-lrHB^Bt^iiZu.\a,. i.m. ' 



i°)?^^m'm!SfiMa- > 



PIN 

I^uinule, plnKI. U piaule, wighf- 

^FmiDjio^, pijiriShI, t, night- 
Fiiu(il«i»>,pi«i!ilui, f. (mis.) 



Fioi^ge, ptiB^Ii, n. diggiiig 
Pioche^ pllih, r. piek^txt, 
rioclier, pllilil, r. t. ii dig Ihi 

Pioclirur, p!3ililurj u. Aire 
Fioclion, pISilw., m. lw<ii». 

rial»,p11ll, T.D. (ap.p. 

Fion,p1«",B. "iqn (Hi j/r.ulllj) 

PlPTi PlpJjJ'ip', loUcct-pipr: 
ligklrpipf. ' 

Fip^, p^pl. r catching of 



Piperie, Bllprl, t. ehni, Iriei, 
FllH-UIJlpfal.lB.oiMljAirBw. 
PiguanteiyiH., f^Tf Ac*. 

"Hffj W-UnI^, JlEBf Hf , Piling, 

tharf, tart, Imnrl.HlUr, 
tlfit —t tkitrp njid tptriUd 

b^d'.!..' -"^ilii^.""'' 
riqiie-iii>iftt'',p1kbil(, m. 

Pique-bonil, p1iiklir,D. dr 
PiqnB-eiiim, pliutili, m. 
Piqae-mnop,' pitglk, d. pic 
Piqiur,piiU, •.!. e( u. to pn>I 



iqiicl, pikl, II 



|:^J/ 












ronlilJor, ] 



ate, 



ropnliirilt^i 
Fonnlmx.tr 

ihih Ula. 



&' 



diuiini, AOfgn^.'^Dcnri Jour, (o /rave Iit> muni 'Parte-£niAc,Btl 
DuiD, n~-Aof, porpw. I noun k la-, niwwHf i/! ■ falia, ptdM-im 






FOB 310 POS 

roTti^-luiuliBnt, plrllkh, B. (^loarf^j^j^ ' ^.t„„.: u«-, M lakaBgill&ii. 

{■■r.} c*aJn.ui>W Pnnr-fnit. tlnir). n. fn»> rorilirfinrat,p8iTltiadb,if. 

P<>rt.-Ulli™P.p"tlJt.llci..l.. pSri™™Jir!t,™t. /iSrr,, p«-<W*,.iS(-,jai«fc. 

pS35S-,,«».../...- z7s;i,';ji£:'.-.^:'K.:i''"xli':;^i'S'ji£i* 
"■^Ss?"-'""- ■■ "-J " Ti- ■'^ ''■;•'■',' 1 "^■-sS.- :i„ra!; 

pSe^T'-'Ti..'''. -.. '■rr;S7tefc -I Si'-ifiiSS^ 
p.TK.TftS3i. .. ";:K-5s,''""'--i,E,':! £rE7ij,i~-'5E: 
'SS.rS'*--'' -.KiwSts;'.™s£;i &.:•;.".';.?:» 

pS"l*sr'pSSri.';i'5^ii"''i*'i;;^'^^ """'^"'"^!^^^^ 

'sskS!;''"'"-'' - 'SrHiSiSSal Sr?'""""-^ 

Fortrf, |.Jrll. T. .. M .. » "-' ' 



dt-; ibvwW Piiitilulit^ (liMllll,). 




;!■„ . 

la mrry a tail, - t II Kle, ; '"ff -"—. ,~ ..,;„•„ .„ , ,„,J^ /«('. tanirjmmUtm, 

[DtrJ'iaiiDrd.MMiiirJloI^r •■f/""™"! - lu «m ill-, »«»'.«6i«, .taWl 



"" ""w!' 



"ni^'wSS' 






Polelw, pflll, I. iniiaHr. 
\roUtr?,fiUt.a. Iluhp«,l. 
ri'otPlot. pailS. la. Uatlcltad. 






uiitrux, se, pio/iui. 



nilalnl. plillll. m. pwinVair. 
oitulnU-ur, piiiillitiii, n. I 

oatnliilinn', pIiIltlliliMi. f.t 

■Mtll"CT,'™Bliif1.'S?'M'«f . I 






'"4/1^"° u'»ii'/'^ 



W«J -/;«.™. PuuMitP, a«.«l, f.^--.i..(. |Poii..nu, i>ij,..wt. ■-*;•» 

^1 " ' . ./■ -...Jl^i^-l h»,>.^n..a* pfiiilinbri*. DAifllalrf. f. ^^ 



l| pfiVbliHT ■. /Wl 







_7-«=;' 



inlllirr elmiirr, ivth-hteltr. • _ *'"'■ 
Pul■^f•'nl]^^p'io^rt■lr,>.•' '"j^';^ 
ruur'li'l ", rt^wX"*."- "^' p° 



l>niliiiF,pitlln,t. triipmlmmi 
Pnilinn', Htrt>^T.(.M<riv> 
flat-hotlonttd tmnt. 



Fuurpiunt, ^oniwlii, ■>. iiath. 
Funrniinlipr, ptvipwiNtll, ■. 

.JMDilirp, '"'JI-'^T?.'- 



iw^.- ««".•" y'^"« 

«. purple Jmm', peleeilal nmc, In help UK i H -, >. r. » 



!iMr 



<[i>.Fen1tr,X. lAiifi r« 

■'^1 diiiti « ■> In i»*n» » Ai« I n.., .. j~~~~t...j— 1— T 

'■ ilrfrmi.ilrl*,-, '•"i""' t. t. to *> i- w f y a h* 

„„ , . ., -•! /™. u A.nf WfiiDonlt. 1. -, to i«j;M(.-.»y. .ti^a^ 

Pniirnii>ii«e,,|Ai^Nii., B. mi-, Pmi.sff, vp, pSMlr..dJ.ii»™, tn-adwt, prtLml, ■. w™»- 

tuniTi»liir,p^r1iHlr,B.tl«E-l n/. 'l<r'ndninite,prlidlBll,B.;>rt- 

ing-lrKnii. . . , irouiiui,pt>»ii>,D4uan(c«iVl.:l'ieiiliible, prIUtU.'Mf- fn- 



ixpmtUi piuiaU,. . 
rrnbnit^.piiililliLB. wwcto- 
n'gvr (w faw «rf I. MIS- 

H. w>, Ufti.pnt 
H%i nann u^t* 
pnuliiiit^tl. fnT« i»iifa»,»IHi 
HiHjui pnilnw* •nAm 

rrotiqi 



PRE 

WLilaNPiSnt, prmShlmlB.I /.«.i/, lif-, f™:( 
rtT. prefUutli, hrf>r,ta.,d, TtftimM, yriAttW 
mnmfumily^ I J"*-— r -j 

Fr^u, priu, D. ynl 

Pl^bviidi*, p^blDd, t.PrfbfnJ. 
Vrtbrniirw, piiblndil, ■. ^re- 



FiS^tionna, |irlt£i1 iol, >. •. 
"^'■priiUJoilllJ 



1,1 rirricm, IP, priUlt*, Idj. prt- 
B.l Strati, tit -.rmluMI. 
d, Tiftlotilf, prlilMll f. fn- 

1^ rifripia-, inlilpln, m. prrti- 

I rn^ipilnminrn^prUp^t&BilB, 

! rn'rinilant , ^iiptiia , m. 
il?r^'iliiliiticin,pcLl>1i:s1iiii, f, 

'FiH'ipitn', prbV". •• •■ » 
■M, Ailnel.Jlicdi ~, m. 



FT<dilll,P,prid11],>dj. prriM: 
tT&LKiSiiii, prImSb[,"iirV'- 



tt^iS'^', «, prMdln, x 
prtcfleii ^ prMBiiiag, Jormt 
goijtg bffort i -, Ml. prtctntti 

rSuSet,' vrl'iit, J. >. » ff 

tit prrcedtncy, to !■*< /itii 
FHc«inlp, prtiiul, f, prtcint 



iHir^, «■>•>■ 



liiL'i?.' 



lUiuiDPnt. piJ4ltlnU, ■. 
(loiJ ^(umtnl, «» « 

miv, tBttiM tiid rtpuU. 

TlMicimt, prirdUn, n. CU. 
vfirifj primcAer, Kirry prta- 
etfr, [prwAv. 

PiFilicatmr, piidlkltiDC, bi. 

FiwUrjitiuu, prlllklilw, t. 

rSurti^ltMSa^ I. prr. 
liiBtioH. prophae^i litn bm 

FiMilFrliiin, prfilllkrrilsit, f. 

liality. (irll, U prapttM. 
rrvdimdrlilfr, i.tAir, AftU- 
IiMiwiHt, prhlipiil, •.*. 



toll, a-mand. 
pTb|H, a. prrcipl, 
ir,prfilpUDr,iB. ^vv- 

nf^lpl9it,B.pi. 

4J>, tmlmhip, 
>»r,r,prf>!pilc31, lAJ. 
rona/f tntiiA pr^oep- 



[^ , PWTrtv, prmi, idl. prtsaeiotu, 

rW, JHVHDHHHIHf, Cdpf^im, 



Frfcn^<m,'prf.!.1of, 
FrMl^p^*, m. «n 



tir.prfeioutli/, emrtfulhf, nc 



,.^diil«iT,prliHllar,m.i<>'/ir» 

rn^d^dn.prlrthldl,*" u. It 
r, death tr/on lAal dj 



■(THT, prfAsii^llnr, ^>rni°c' 



rttiammm, prl'lBlntni , L 

FiMniDRit. <v prUahli, adj. 

FKk>iaptiaD,prMB>1«ii,f. pre- 
fmptivm, flfHU^ pMrehamg 
brfir* ot/nn. brc-df4*Wr- 
Prtftnblir. prltibUr. i. .. » 
Frrnciitjuil.r, piflotillii, H). 

ppwxi-i™, papia, .... i» 

prr-TTUt- l9 exttt'O^on, 
rt^lttrtJtWt, t. prrjatt.prt- 
l>i^rrclDn, pilnkllr, f. firr- 

rn-ffrthU, prfflfJW. ^. pr^ 
l^[erab>m«it. pilltitWhi , 

etrCirma; pitriilH. f. prff^ 



•riatt^, t, prliihtliil, I 
del prUaitiote, Ae it aim 
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l^retmr, prllGir, ■, itaderi - 

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n^Wst^ pdllbl, t (ul.) prt 

ri^tintiiille, iirlUiidl. r. (In. 

FwRinLdlEn, pih/jUlA, f. 

l^lnille, pftiiU, t. tlatl 

PrAtrp, pr^tr, », prt— I, panett. 
l^reirrue, prhil^ f. prltMat. 
Fiflriaa, ptliili, I. prirtihand. 

fifure, prtar, t. finci/', nrf- 
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Pr^vM, nfllt, m. rrovoK. 

•i^etl ptlit it.r. •ir».«>iUtf<, 

jnrlldlalen tf^j>rov»,l. 

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^l,firfeiH,Jiirr<lKughli 
me -, wllhjariti^l, 

rr^Tonnt, e^ prirl^n. Adj. 

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PRE 

Tretendant, pritlndSn, m. pre- 
tendcr^ tiffnrant, cuniiiilule. 

Tretendro, pritindr, y. a. et n. 
to pretend, to claim, to chal- 
lenge, to aspire at. to intend ; 
In conttnd , to ufihold i A ce 
qu'un prOiend, a* rrpurt goet. 

rreteildu, P, prSliiid'd.adj. pre- 
tended, »fiam; -yVd. the Jitture 
husband. \,ture tfiff. 

J'retendup, priilndB, f. thej'u- 

3'ret«»-liOiii,pritiiOMj in. he who 
lendit his name. 

Tretentieux, sp, pritlns^fu, 
adj. affected, assuming, high- 
fiown, pedantic. 

rretention, pr3tlnsln;i, f. pre- 
tention, claim, demand , af- 
fectation; avoir dcs preten- 
tions, tu entertain high no- 
tions of one's merit. 

I*r0lpr, pr^t3, ▼. ». to lend, to 
attribute; to afford; - sur I 
page, to lend upon paun ; -\ 
la main, to lend a*hand, to ^ 
help; - Ics mainx, fo connive 
at ; - sermcnt, to take an oath; 
— i'orcillc, to listen to; - le 
flanc , to expose one's self; se 
— , T. T. to comply; to favour; 
to tolerate. 

Pretpr^ pritJ, m. lending. 

rreterit, prltsri, m. (gr.) preter- 
perfect tense. 

rreterition,pr8t5rlslonjf.(rh<5t.) 
preterilion, omi'sinn. 

PretPniiisslon, prlt?rin1<lo/i, f. 
prcternti*i>ion, preterit ion. 

PrptPiir, pritf ur, m. pretor. 

Preteur, prittur, m. lender; - 
sur ga{:os, pawn-broker. 

PretextP, pr3l?kst, m. pretext^ 
pretence; show, colour, mask; 
prendre pour -, to pretend. 

PretPxte, prit2kst,f. (ant.) pre- 
texta. [tend as an excuse. 

PretPxter. pr3t?kst3, v. a. to pre- 

Pretintaillp, pritintl/. f. fam. 
appendage, trifles, trimmings. \ 

PrptinUillpr, pritinlX/l, t. a. 
fam. to trim, to set off. , 

Prptoirp, prltwlr, m. prdeto- 
rium, prefecture, [jtretorian. 

Pretoripii , ne, prJt8r1*/i. adj. 

l»relraillp, prhrS/, f. black 
coats, the priesthood. 

Pretre. pr^tr, m. priest, parson. 

Pretrpssp, pr^lrJ.s, f. priestess. 

Pretrise, prJiris, f. priesthood. 

PfftiirP, pritAr, f. pretorship. 

PreuTP, prJuv, f. proof, ei-i- 
dence , trial, prdral . argu- 
men'f reii*i-n : f rv>i>f-g!a<s : — 
par eorit. f mf in uritin^ ; 
di'>nnor do* preu\cs di?, to gwe 
proofs of. 

PrPllX, prJu, ad;, m. brar-e, va- 
liant, stout, CiturAigeous. 

Prevaloir, primal »ir, t. d. irr. 



316 

to prevail on, to prri-ail over 
or against; sc~, v.r. to value 
one's self upon, to ttJse ad- 
vantage of, to glory or pride 
in. 

rnfvaricatPur,privXrlk3l5ur,in. 
prei'arieator, douhle-dtaler, 

rrt»varioatit»n, prJ\Sr''{k"isio/i, f. 
prevarication, double-dealing, 
malversation. 

P^p^ .'iriqupr, prlvSrl^l, v. a. to 
prevaricate , lo betray one's 
duty. 

Prevenancp, prlvnlns, f. readi- 
ness to oblige, kindness. 

PrevenautjO, privoSn, adj. nre- 
ventine ; pre-engaging, oblig- 
ing, pleasing. 

Prpvenir, prJvnlr, t. a. irr. to 
prevent, to go before, to anli- 
cipate, to outstrip; to f 'repos- 
sess , to hinder ; to injorm , to 
varn; se -, v. r. to be pre- 
possessed, to be prejudiced. 

Prevpntif, ve, pr2\inl1f, adj. 
prei'entive. 

Frevpiition, privlnslo/i, f. pre- 
vention, prepossession, pre- 
judice; (jur. ) state of being 
impeached. 

Prpvpnu, e, prlvnR, adj. pre- 
vented, accused, attainted; -, 
m. an accused person. 

Pn*vision,' pr3vls^o/i, f. fyre- 
vision, foreknowledge, fore- 
sight, [foresee, to foreknow. 

Trevoir, prlvwlr, y. a. irr. to 

Prevent, prito, m.proi'ost. 

PrevAtal. e, prlTotSl, iAj. pro- 
vostal, belonging fo the juris- 
diction of a provo*t. 

Prevt'italeinent , prJvStalmln, 
adt. by the provost court. 

Previite, priToil^f. provo*tship, 
jurisdiction of a provost. 

Prevoyance, pri\8ylns, {.fore- 
sight', forecast, forethought; 
avcc -, mith foresight. 

Pr^voyant, e, prlycjln, adj. 
provident, forecasting, heed- 
ful, careful. [pictures. 

Priapees, prlapl, f. pi. obscene 

Pria|>isiue, prUp^sm,m. (m^d.) 
f priapism. 

Prie, pril, m. guest, person 
invited; il est n6 -, he is a 
guest of course. 

Prie-dipu, pr^difu. m. a sort 
of desk to kneel for prayer. 

PriPr, pril, t.C to pray, to im- 
l lore , to suypli-ate , to en- 
treat; to ini'ite , to beg, to de-' 
sire; -de diner, to btgto stay 
dinner, to ask a person to dine; 
- i diner , to invite to dinner. [ 

Priorp, prlJr, t. prayer. entreaty, ' 
request; livredc pn^res, /""•»!/- 
er-book; fairc sa -, to say one's ' 
prayer. 



PRI 

PrJpur, prlSar.m. prior, pritjL 

Pripural,f>, priiani, t^. rvU^ 
ing to a prior. 

PripurP, prSeur. f. priereu. 

Prieiirt^, pclSurf, m. prion/iAt 
prior'a house. [pramfiu 

Priiuagp, prlm^, m. (eoaj 

Priinarirp, pr1m)r,adj. />rwMr]f> 
first, preparatory. 

Primat^ prlml, m.jDrtmslc 

Priniatial, e, pnmu1il». a^* 
primatiat; .^glise priaallli^ 
metropolitan churck* 

Prima tie, prlmZal, f. primutf, 
primateanip.' 

Priiiiaute, pr^mStl, f. pre-*id' 
nence, supremacy, precedmtm 
right of playing Jiret. 

PriiiiP, prTm, f . prune, premimt 
advance- money ; de — akeii, 
at ffrst] at ,firei sigkt; 4a- 
saiit) at thejirMt leap, mllti 
once. 

Primpr; prlmi, r. a. el ■. <• 
over-master; to hold the &nt 
place, to play^firtt hamai f» 
surpass, lo overtop , to exceli 
aimer ii ~, to lite to he ik* 
^rst in every thing. 

PriiiiPur, prImSsr, f. ikefir^ 
fruitSt^ early fruits.- 

Priiiipvere, pnmWr, f. prim- 
rose, eotvlip, {jiieMstiP' 

Priiiiioeriat , pilmlsti^k, ■• 

Priiiiicier, prlml^lt, m. «•>. 

Priiuidi, prtmidt, m. Ju^ dts 
of a decade. 

Priinitif, ve, primi Af, m. fti- 
mitive , original ; — , ■. (p J 
primitive, primitius ^oord. 

PriinitiTPment. pt^mlllvali^ 
adT. primitively', origimaUy* 

Pnino,prlm3,a^T.^^r«r, firrih. 

Priino^(lniture, prlanialaluri 
f. primogeniture, kirik-rigil' 

Primordial, e, prtmdrdiil, a^}* 
primordial, originaL 

Primordialement, pilhirdlu 
mlo , adT. primitively^ origi- 
nally. Ivertigm. 

Prince,, prim, m. primes, to- 

Princerie, priiurl, f. dtaiskip 
(in certain churakes}. 

Princesse, ^riitsZs, f. primeom, 

Pn'ncier, ere, prij^l^ m> 
princely. 

Principal, e, priiulptl, a4i* 
principal, pnme, ikief, to- 
sent iai; -, D. principal pisimtt 
principal, cktef, moMM, * — ' 
ma*ler: capital stim. 

Pritici)>aIat,priiis1pIli«B. 
cipa.fhip. 

Principalement. pnuMTpIlalB. 
adv. / rincipally, eJkfyly, to- 
pe daily. 

Principalite, priMslpllIti, f. 
/■/.irr of a prmeipml «r komd- 
mjister. 



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PRO 318 

p««(i.-™;™;5. rrofc..t. praiJ., I. pr,f« 

Vroeuin, indtlrl. t. i. lit nnt- nrni. 

cure, IK proWiJb, M <f Mjn FrorvufT, Bilflil, T. I. u n 

TTDCurrnt, prU3rl>r, mijiroa- Pnrlnnnr.'prirJiSic, m. p 

FrdCUWnifjpriiirrBiff.-rtiifl/. profanor^ of dh^nityi - 

Pro313(iiwir,'pr!ifiti'ii!iir, m! !o"Ay.- =W" |*« -. /™^ 

l-rodirtntiini. ptJdlkiJllr, (. t'ribiii. 

pSdisSi™™!^' prldlsiluln, /«»'»r"alEv,e.*«.>™r, 

l(h. proJigill!/f profuSBtii, vol a* -, prtffi'ttfil Jri-nl 




ProSifnwTpiiilW, T. •. Ic Prnfiter, priflll, t. i. w, 



Itliniifi.l, 



dWBVi » /*™*ii mfmy, lailU- '" ivprwti - di ToccaAl 

tipmlft to opnd proaiealtu, '" improvo lAoopportanittf 

rraditoInnientpiMiMcmlD, Pmfond, a, prift™, •*;. j. 

md». (l»r.) Irmciwom^. fouiid,dup, ItY"'"' "'" 

rrodniinc, prSdrltui^ m. pro- dinaryi " m. dopltit,baltar 

Jrfnii,formimtr. ProfondAnmt, pclrMdtm 

Frodiuteur.trio, pridlkltlir, id>. pnfoimdli, dirp, 

•dj. ll.l »«•;« produc, io«tdbi. 

gfHBVImgi -f m. jiraducrr. Trotonapat,fcttMitiir,r. p. 

ttoAmitii,-n^ftiiilaJl, idj. /emtdnat,BriifiinJilt/,dep 

Frodnption, vtS^IIuIimi, r. ;>»■ rrofontj^, pri [until, n. (mi 



product, lo briig'firlii I. FrgfiiiEincnt,'pr!ritlmln, i 

Tmdttiu ^ii^°'m. pnd.a, ifoSanon,' p'itL^a^, I. p, 

Profaunent.e.prJImlnln, idj. ProjnoiiiqiiE, prSsnJilIk, 

Profmnfeur, nr3(liililnr, n. Prograiiuiip.'pritrlBi, m. p, 

ProfimrSon, HflnMon, (. Sd^TwSl.*;!"'' ~ *"*' 

F^'.""^'*rt .. , PrngrJ-.prifrl, n. ;.^^. 

ProfMie.prarln, idj. pnyin., imnroMm,,,, [.irtSu-d. 

«■*./;,, -,iii,;,™J-,B,m«i.. „f., 10 «.>(c i.rn.rcn i' 

ProIiUiHnnit, pri^gmln, IdT. I/linn, U. progrhihiriu 

Pro/..„lg. ProBrejliftilit^, BSrf-ILlll 

Profiiner,prlrtol,..i,»pnp- Frogre.ElIiip, pcVWl, i 

rrotKtif, »e,''pi5«'k°1f',''',dj. FrCsreTHfr'-is, prljrf.lf, i 

(iO'.) pntfrtliv, prc/BcUoia, pn,grrr~ive, odminciif. 

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Pi:p 322 

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tiif, miKorlig. [warJ. w*°r'- , , , 

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PBn-HIMil.liiliBlB.idl./mrrfy, BMlrrfatllat. 

n.rfls. W«/«.^. Pnlnilicliun, plttlflhlM 

riinT, |.)rl, I. >. u ttlm, ■ p«irrfiK,i„l »»«.»». 

ryri-li^, ptfll, r. imritg^rt. Piilr^t,r,p9ulrt, tdj. ^»ii 

thairil'i. \liiiil,ifani/. Pillr<iiipr,pllrin],*.a.fii;iiil 

■■liirllrJilrllif.MiMhi, KiicJ Js, lamahnluit.Hcarriil 

l'lll|;nlil,«'il'<ri|l>1fi»lj.;»'r- ■«-, T.r. li>;.ii(ri^, (o gr. 

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I'urKii I !'<■■, jiililMriM, !. pur. trid.Mltn. 

I'urviil.>iri% |.Inill«lc, ■. i-nr- Pnlridile, pllildlil, r. 7'?"'ii 

funil-r. iiilrJ, T. I. M Nirrr, la _ 4llw7'. . 

•u -, ». r. Infurgr, ni lull P;ninidi]. «, pWmldll, •, 
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rnrH'TMS ptrsrL, f. hlmeAing I'j'innndfilniieiit, pTrtmli 
ri...iii (J^™b.h-), wAfrniuiif mln, Idr. iiuniWi/JniUu. 

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■f^n, taliHMlifiuii lent 
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n^uinv, ^l!.l.r. ■rr^ilir 

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(of rttriA or ciau). 





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» «c'. •rl/tf^'». la rnt.-. I ««„. j4^(, mirliUt. 
n^vvmli-, (l.lni, I. m>/t, hU., Rrvpnil.p, rl<i^l, a4]. »- 
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ROC 

3cher, r3sh2, tn. rock; sans 
roehers, rockleas; plein de 
rochers, rocky; parler aux 
ro'chers, to preach to sticks 
and stones, to prtach to the 
winds. [hin. 

)chot, r8sh?, m. rochet; bob- 
)chpux, se, rSsh^u, adj. rocky. 
>clioir, r8shwir,in. ftoroor-Aoa:. 
>COCO, r3k8k8, m. rococo. 
>de, rid, f. v. Capion. 
)der, ridJ, v. n. to rove, to 
roanif to ramble about. 
)(lenr, ridSur, m. rover, 
r^^mbler. {.tub. 

)doir, rSdw&r, m. a tanner's 
3doinont, r8d3mon, m. rodo- 
moni, braggadocio ,' bully , 
hist^terer; faire le-, to rodo- 
montade, 

>doinontade, r8d8ino/2tad, f. 
'odomontade, boasting, bra~ 
uado. 

>gations, rSgXsion, f. pi. ro- 
^ation-rveek , rogation-days. 
)g^toire, rSgStwir, adj. roga- 
'ory, interrogatory. 
>gatons, rSg'dto/i, ra.pl. scraps; 
waste-paper. 

)ger-bon- temps, rSaerbo/i 
:ln, m. merry-andrew. 
)gll^, rSgn, f. mange, scab, 
witrj. 

•gne-rul, r8|?n-kn, m. scraper. 
igneinpiit, rOKnmaii, m. c///-. 
ing {the edge oj" a book) y par- 
ng. ^ Iteris. 

igne-ijifd, r3gnpi5, m. buf- 
•gner, rSjjnS, v. a. to cut, to' 
tare, to clip, to prune , to 
hred; sc-lcs ongles, to pare 
ne^s nails. 

gneur, r3{rn?ur, m. clipper. 
giieux, rSpnJu, adj. mangy, 
cabby, scurvy. > 

gnoir, r8gnwir, m. scraper, j 
ignon, r8gno/j, m. kidney;', 
ognons de muse, mu<tk cods. ' 
gnonner, r8gn8n3, v. n. pop. 
o groxul, to grumble. 
gnnre, r3gnAr, f. clippings, , 
utrings, shreddings, shredn. \ 
tgoiiime , r8g8in , m. pop. | 
Tandy , dram. < 

gne, r8g, adj. fam. proud, \ 
raughty. {cod-fiah. 

tglies, r8g, f. pi. hard roe of ^ 
ti, rwa, m. king; piedde-,' 
xuelve- inch- rule; jour des 
•oiB, the twelfth day ; \}a\\\.)\ 
loupda-, cannon, 
>ide, rw'ad, adj. tight, sti^ff',\ 
tarsh; stubborn, pertinacio'un.. 
lidPlir, rw'ideur, f. tightness, ' 
^tijfuess, formality; rapidity, 
'jtolence. \ 

udillon, rw5dl/o«, ro. little] 
hill, hillock. [ 

Diet, frang, angl. 



353 

Roidir, rw2dlr,' t. a. et n. to 
tighten, to make ttiff; to 
grow stiff; se -, v. r. to 
grow stiff; fig. to bear np 
against, to resist. [turen. 

Roitelet, rwXll?, m. petty king; 

'Role, rAl, m. roll, scroll, list; 
part, character (in a play); 
sheet of laiv-iuriting; h lour 
de — , in one's turn; (mar.) — 
de quart, vatch-hill ; . garde 
des r6Ies, keeper of the rolls; 
jouer bien son -, to play xuell 
one's part. Ixvriling. 

R(Mer, rAlS, v. n. to make law- 

Rolpt, rArl, m. little roll; jouer 
bien son -, to play one's part 
%uell, 

Romam, e, r8mi«, adj. Boman; 
^glise romai\no,chnrchofl{pme; 
-, m. roman letter, 

Romaine, r8min, f, steelyard. 

Ruinan, r8m4n, m. romance, 
novel. 

Roman, e, rSinlln, adj. langue 
romane, romant language. 

Romance, r8ni3ns, f. romance; 
ballad.^ {writer, novelist. 

Romancier, r8m1l_ns^3, m. novel- 

Romauesque, rSmiin^sk, adj. 
romantic; -, m. mental ex- 
altation. 

Romaaesqupinent, rSmSnUsk 
mJn, adv. in a romantic man- 
ner, {.romance, 

Romanisor, T8ninn^zl, v. a. to 

Roinanlste, r8mWist, m. noveU 
"writer, novelist. 

Romantisme, rSmtntism^ bi. 
romanticness. 

Roinantique,' rSmSnrtk, adj. 
romantic , fanciful; -, m. 
romantic style. 

Romarin, r8mSrin, ra. rosemary. 

Rombaillet, ro/<b&^, m. (mar.) 
fur in timber. 

Rombaliere, ro«bS/ir, f. (n\ar.) 
sheath ing-hoard. 

Romescof, r8msk3, m. Rome- 
scot, Peter-pence. 

Rominasrobis,r8in1n2gr8b^, m. 
grimalkin. 

Rompement, ro/ipinfin, ra. 
troublesome noise, distract- 
ing noise; - de l6le, vexatious 
busine/(s. 

Roinpre, ro»pr, v. a. el n. to 
break, to break off, to break 
through , to rend, to destroy, 
to pull doivji, to ruin; to train 
up i to fall out "with t S loul 
-, at the most ; h. bttODS Tom- 
pus, by snatches, from time 
to time; nombre roiBpu,yrtfc- 
tion; - la glace, to break the 
ice; - leu cliicn?i, to call off t,he 
dogs; -'Si prison, to break out 
of prison.; - le silence, to break 
silence; -lefilde son discoars„ 



RON 

to break the thread of one's 
discourse; se-, v. r. to break; 
se - le coa, to break one's neck, , 
to ruin one's self; se- la t^le 
& qch., to beat one's brains 
about a thing, [.trained up. 

Rompu, e, TonpS, adj. broken; 

Rompiire, ronpAr, f. break (of 
a letter). 

Ronoe, rows, f. bramble, briar. 

Ronceraie, ronsr^, f. a place 
full of brambles. 

Rend, e, ron, adj. round, circu- 
lar, spherical; coDipte-, even 
number, even account; de ronde 
bosse, in alto-relievo ; -, m. 
round, circle, sphere; danser 
en -, to dance around, to 
dance in a ring. 

Rondaclie, ro/idSsb, f. round 
shield, round buckler. 

Ro^ide, ro/id, f. (mil.) round, 
patrol; h la -, round, round 
about; boirc a la -, to drink 
round; faire sa-, to take one's 
round, to take a turn; faire la 
-, to go the round,- 

Rondeau, rondS, m, rondeau, 
roundelay. ip lumpish, 

Rondelet , te , ro/jdl'i, adj. 

Rondelle, rondel, f. rundle, 
target. 

Rondement , rondmln, adv. 
roundly, sincerely, franklv, 
plainly; briskly, vigorously. 

Rondette, rond?t,f. ground-ivy. 

Rondeiir, rondSur, f. roundness, 
rotundity; openness, 

Rondin, rondin, m. billet for 
fuel; cudgel. [.cudgel. 

Rondiner, rondlnl, v* a. to 

RondoTif ro;idon, m. (fauc.) 
swoop t en - , with impetuo- 
sity, [round point, circus. 

Rond- point, Tonpwin, m. 

RonjQant, e, Yo/tfltn, part, et 
adj-. snoring; sonorous, high- 
sounding, big-sounding. 

RonJlement, ro/iflmln,m. snor' 
ing, snore, 

RoiOleF, ronfll, v. n. to snore, 
to roar, to snort (as horses). 

Ronileur, ronflSar, m, snorer. 

Ronge, roRz, m. (chass.) rumh% 
nation t faire le - , to be ru^ 
minuting. 

Ronse-maille, ronxmll. m. 
' nimbler, squire nibble, [ing. 

Rongeinent, ronxmtn, m. gna;u>-. 

Ronger . ronzi , t. a. to gnatv, 
to nibble, to pidi, to oorrodt, 
to eat, to consume; to tormentf 
- qn., to ruin tuutAatt - le 
frein, to champ tk* kitt flg. - 
son freih, tojret imvmrdly. 

Rongeur, nnMiut, tuS^,- gnaw- 
ing, biting; ret-, remorse of 
conacieuc^'i —^ m. ^nawm 
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358 



Sal ifi Mill*. kll^nibl, adj. (cbim.} 

SjillhrAtion, %\i{(\k\s\nn , t. 

febim.) Jorminff talt. 
Salignud, f, Rlllgu, idj. fam. 

natty, $lovfnly. 
S«Iixnon,oilli(Qon,m.<a/f /o<^, 

hump oj faU, 
Sali:<ot, siil1i{*,in. waler-thinlr.. 
Saiili, ff, taiin, adj. falinnut, 

briniiih , briny ; - 1 m. *fl//- 

aprinff. 
Snlinai{<^^ itillnl:, m. time oc- 

ciipied m forming »alt. 
Snliiif, iiSlln. f. tall-pity tall' 

1/i^lt , hrine- pit ; tall-meat, 

9nlt~fiah. 
SniiqiK-, sallk, adj. Kilic. 
Scllir. hbllr, T.a. tn dirt, lo/oul, 

tn foil. If fu/ly ; 'ft -, V. r. tn 

dirt If on*"* a artf, to grl dirty. 

Snli^Knnt, f, ni\'\sin, adj. t/mi 
vhich sniln or dirtirt, _xIhI. 

SctlicRon, s'il'i<i(in,f. pnji. yniinf; 

Sfili'^nn', '^iHsAr, f. dirt,Jilth, 
diint, rpot iij'dirl. 

S;i I i \'>1 i re, s^l'i Trr^ adj . salivary , 
fajii'iil, 

Sfiliv;iiit , p, h&li\ln, adj. tali- 

\_i'alipn 



valtng. 



S;ili viillon , nSli vision, f. tuti- 

SjiIjvm, '•hlvir, f. saliva, tpilllc. 

Snliv*T, hXllvi, V. n. lo talittatr, 
to tlahher. In tlimer. 

Siillc, ^^\ , f. /'"//, room, par- 
lour; planlalinn of Irffa; — 
h manRcr, dining-room; - a 
danscr, tlanring- motn ; — de 
conrrrt, mnfic-room ; - Ae bil- 
Jard, hilliuril-room ; - d'arnirs, 
ffncing-tchoiil ; - d'as.scmbl^c, 
a ttrin n ly - ro o m . 

Sniiin;<ori(li!i, ^3lmSEond^, m. 
holr/i-pntr/i, medlryf. 

Snililis , sDlml , m. salmi, hash ; 

j"f(li'*^ ^"""•• 
Snloir, .Vilwir, m. salt-Utb, 

powdering tub. 
Salon , sk\nn, m. saloon, ilrau)- 

ing-room, parlour; homino du 

-, man o/J'ashion. 
SalopPjA^lSp, adj. dirty, nasty, 

slovenlif. [nastily, slovenly. 
8.ilop«>iii«>nf, NZlSpintp, adv. 
SnlnpiTlp, hal3pri, f. nasiiness, 

slovrnliness, sluttithness. 
Snl(irf<o, nZlitri. m. heap of sail. 
Knlnetro, s^lpitr, m. saltpetre, 

ntlrr. Qtetre. 

Srtlpr*lrpr, R^lphrS. T.a. to salt- 
Snlpelmix, RO, fiIllpMr8a, adj. 

containing saltpetre. 
Snlpplricr, N^lpliHS, m. aalt- 

petre-tpaker. [pet re-house. 
Salpetrir»rp, sSlpitr^r, f. sail. 
SaIsPpnnMllp,siilRpar2/, f. (bot.) 

sarfapariUa. 
SaNifis, s'lllsirt, m. mU\fy, 

goaCs beard (plant). 



SaUiiginPUx, f p, ^il-nxlnifu, adj. 
salsuginous, sallinh. lliom. 

.Saltation, Kalt'ision, f. #•//«- 

Saltimhanqup, saltinLlok, m. 
quack, mountebank. 

Saliiadp, sii'Akdf f. fam. salu- 
tation, salute, reverencefbotv, 
courtesy, 

.Saliil)rp,\2lnbr, adj. salubrious, 
vhotefome, healthful. 

iiitluhrilt*,n'il^hr'\llj. salubrity, 
v.'holetn m eness, h ea Ithfu Iness . 

Siiin**r, s';il22, t. a. to salute, to 
greet, to boxu t - de la main, 
to u.'ave the hand; — ie KOlfil, 
to hail the sun; - empercur, 
In proclaim emperor. 

•Snliirp, ftilAr, f. saltness, brine. 

Saint. Kal!l, m. salute, botu, sa- 
lutation, greeting; salvation; 
xt)rlfare,Hffety; evening pray- 
ers; roQdre - , to return ttie 
salute; rherrhvr son - dans la 
fiiitp, to seek "ufely in flight. 

SnhilairP, !>blift^r, adj. salutary, 
saving, ivholesome, uneful. 

.SaliitairPinpnt, «uliitjrniln, adv* 
usefully, projitably, advan^ 
tageou^ly. 

Saliilcition, nSlStSslon, f. salu- 
tation, botving, botu, courtesy. 

5>(ilva^p, sSlvlz, m. (mar.) aal- 
I'uge-money. 

Snl Tat ions, sKlviEs^o/i, f. p/. 
(jur.} reply, pleadings.' 

SalvP, sSiv, f. volley, discharge. 

SalvP, Rftlvi, m. prayer, [rilan. 

Saniaritain, sAinantin,1n. Sama- 

Sampdi, siimd^, m. Saturday. 

5finiPsfr«>, silmJ.^tr, ni. aamestre, 
a kind of coral, [pimpernel, 

Saniolp, .s2m3l, f, (bot.) zuater- 

Saniorpnx, .s'&mSrSu, m. a long 
dutch boat, 

SainscTit, v. Sanscrit. 

dancir, sinslr, v. n. (mar.) to 
founder, to sink. 

Sanrtiliant, e, slnktldtoj adj. 
sanctifying. [m. sancti^fier. 

SanctiiicatPur, slnkllfikat|iir, , 

Sanctification, sflnktlfikasion, ! 
f. eanctification. 

Sanctifipr, stnktifli, t. a. to 
sanctijy, to hallow , to make 
holy, lo consecrate t — le di- 
manche, to keep the Lord's- 
day.^ 

Sanction, slnks^n, f. sanction, 
ratification , * enforcement ; 
pragmatique -, pragmatical 
sanction, [santion, to ratify i 

Scinctionner, stnks^uni, t. n. to 

Sanctuairp, sinkt&lr, m. sanc- 
tuary; chancel. [yuood. 

Sandal, sindSl, m. sandat- 

Sandalp, slndil, (. sandal. 

Sandalier, stodllli, m. sandal- 
maker, [mrac, pounce. 

Sandaraque, slndirik, f. aand- 



Sang , aU , ■. kimmdt If. 1^ 
family , hirtkf «rfrMfi*a{B% 
tine a* -, ituurtyrdmmi hMM 
de -, ktpoj-tkiraly ms^i; m^ 
Ire a res el k -, to dmtw$ 
with fire msad noorj, 

S«ng-de-dni80B, atadiiiigas 

m. dragon* 9 hloait, 

Sang-fruid , slpfrwl j m, ml- 
neaa ,- de ■>. coolly ^ 

Sangladp, itBclid. f. Umk. 

Sani;lant , -e^ dafltn, i4> 
bloody, reeking i crstd, mfa- 
rioua; Tiaade MBglaaie, rm 
roaat-meat ; afflrOBt-, ommp- 
out affront. [lAi^ff. 

Saniflp, slofl. f. «Av0. jvtt, 

Sanifle, e, afiigii/ a^J. )y») 
aangle, girt. 

Sansipr^sinfli, t. «. itprAt 

to tfhip, to la»k. 
Sanglier, slnclli. n. toi U hm 

-de raer, aea-hog. 
Sangloni, slDglo4b ai'l^.'favO 

crosa-chocka. CMtf. 

Buiglot, slnflS . n. 9oh, «4- 
SlUlglotPr, ainfilStl, ▼.■. f» ati. 
8fli>gsnp, slnai^ f. lei^i If. 

blood-aucler, eaetortimmer, 
Sanijuificatif, ve, slagllrtklA^ 

adj. sangAiifiemtinm f c ww e ri 

ing intolfloott. 
SanKuiiioatioiij slaiiSKllBblwii 

f. sanguificmtion. Tammga^fy, 
Snn;>iiifier. slagftlfti, ▼,"•. ta 
Sangnin.e, slo^B^a^l. ammptiiia, 

blood-red t Taisaean -, M»o4r 

vessel; jaape -, red jmaper. 
San.i{uinaire , slii^lai| , •41' 

aanguinary, blooO'tkuritg t 't 

f. Piood-tuort. 
Sanguine, stnaia, t, red^ftt, 
' read lead f hlood-MtomM. ' 
Sanguinolent. e. slaf)B8lBit 

adj. (m^d.) blooaff, 
Sanliedrin, slnldrl*, ia. 9mmka- 

drim, court of JstatifiO iff tht 

ancient Jruia), , Qea/' 

Sanicle, VSnIkI, f. gtmieU,tdf- 
Snnip, sinl, f. (cbir.) mhi'm. 
Sanipnx,se, slnlSu.adJ.MaJMi^ 

purulent, 
Sanitaire,s1ln)t{r/adJ. tmrnilanfi 
' cordon -, aanitary /um. 
Sannpf. sin, t. Sonnei. '. 
Sans, sin, prp.' %oitkout. hmdan 

- doute, without doaiitt ' 

argent, moneyUut - .aws 

friendless. 
Sanscrit, stnakif^'ia. Smmteril* 
Sans-culotte, atnkilSt, » 

aana-culolte, r^publiesut. . 
Sans-culottisme, sla4lSA*"^ 

m. the ayatena €(f the MNff-O- 

lottes, -{jtma Atf • 

San s-dptit, stndln, f. po|^ iMiw* 
Sansonnet, slnsSal^ ■. atv 

ling. bff*^' 

Sans-peau, stopS, m. m •oH^ 



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Sr'Krilir'nti'nn. iikil7flSkMi.«, r. 
Smrj^cHliiirr, ■kStll^k^ii.lr, 



.,.fl. 






,f, d^ 

•tllint 



S^rimlf, till!.), , 



',sti.i>iii,ic.>.. 






364 



/' k 









/j 'of. 

«i4/i'. . *«-^'/ -'i/. , fJrill 



,U, o/. 



rr ■ '." 'urt. 



^•^r.'»h'*-r, ♦iff. './nI '.•. In a*i- 

fn/,/.f«A, '/> ?■".'"/■*■. ''/ t'.o'd. 
J»*-|fi<#fi'Jf»'. I'X'.rt'l/, i.» ''I /.'iff, 

//» i/kt •'*■, iti'inrr . 

f»*iri'»fi/»'-'ir, »'»ft?f,Jrir, ».. «u-ii- 

.••«-iri|,if'T/:«-. ftf.f} Jfft, f, *ii,^r- 
ft'-Hij.il'rfi'f', I", *1tf»V*rri*l, 

llt^lui/ ' t'tnptt'-rnll'j. 

^,'■»rl|»ll'•rrll^«• , «lr.j,f'JfftV!, T 

flOUt" 

h^.tttti'if^ftt- , *ift\'Jth\ , t. •/■- 
n*l'ir*htp , liijgnihf of a «^- 
niLl'it . ' tfnalorint. 

nalnrian , Ifhmf^in^ to a t^- 
nulor, iiatt t'.fin. 

i^'nttlr $(.'', *i(i^tr1», f. a •*■- 

nator' * "««/.'/. 
fc^iAlu% -'.oritult", »fD^(i{tk'//i 

till, n. nenalu*'f.on*ulluiit. 
hfttttu, nti';, 10. imki.) tnnw* 

%i.hal, hi%li bailiff. 

Mchal't Intiy. 
K^fM^.Kn lit «*'■", tlblth^.ti, f. a 

Mrn^nnhaV* jurisdiction. 
S^'n''f,fntf *lb*'»fi, Di, grounfltfi 

(fii-th). '(plant,. 

ft'^ri'-ll*'*, tln^l, f. pi. haujlhorn^ 

hfrri^n, 
Vi*'\\i-t, •Ihl, r. •. /o grid a hog\ 

- un*! iru'tf., tn npnxf a ffruf. 

ynt-nlrf ftlacf't on ihr. Ifji. 
S«?n#'V»', 'Jrnl, m. fmnj, mut- 

liiriU ifftl. 
fi<rni/'lir, \\nVmr, nj. n^ninr. 
.S^nil, *', *lu1l, adj. relating to 

old age. 
8«'lM. %Jn, m. *<?/i»^j jiidj^ment, 

iirturrttanf/ing, intellect, rra- 

ton, meaning f tignijication ; 




u.OT./fraain. 




4hai*H£ms a^nxx fit — 
S<»tiiB qUaJ^T> 




lAl'f - -l***:!! t-»M.:i.i: '^fy- 

»1 • rr .'* r « , * : ■. - r ■•/: •■-? fkt 

<& V.-: 1 -, -»'. trv V, 1-. .- t v.sfr* 
-. 'A* ttz-irf u- »'. -■ - Si"!?^; 
y^wra'txi **'-i*/ - f rift* I 

f.r-,f.r^ *»rjt^ ■ - "".'.SKia, f^< 

-, •> 4< :a '.«*'« ri^^f ««n4<fr: 
*'.f* r.-.n t* f'-i tf.z. -, ia h* 
r.u* ',f on* t ijutU *'K.a4^ 4a 
>'.b ', to aiov/id in r.n^^n «u.h 
%»t.t* tf> trt^t in ^fixtar »/ 
or^'t 'ifini'in : ^«r:*; c.a-, 't 
*/•"»' f'^'*^ •'«**; rtprtctr* 
**« -, lo *'>m* 14 ««^'| |«AI4( ; 
'l-.t.Utt r,tt f«qi - , <« f tt-« « 
ftls*- int*rfr«'a*ir,H. \ 

.V-litatl'j/I, »l6*l*V,/l, f. 9^lUI%- 
iion; tar's-jt/icautt'ir crtatt 
a t^nJtnlu.n. 

S'-h**^, *r, ♦tml, »1j. tinrih'.*, rtna, 

/■«>a*<>/)4^^'', judi<t'jU9, u.i*f.. S<nititt<-. fiadju C. iBsi^tfrfi^. 
?j*n«*^ifi«-rit,»lt*l'nta, tl^. »*fl- Saxtintlle' «f<tfaTt^ t w^W. 

*i4 fy , r*n*onabv^f , j'tdi zioiti. t'nirtf , ~f*r*m9,f*r£aru jw- 

Itj y-t^f-ly. tineit - aTue<«. weamii fnit 

.'j'-ntiTiilit^ «taflMtttl,f. <«/u»-_ >, t:rt cm -, ff rf wrf ■nfi j. 

hi'lify fMtbUn^**, ttrnfirivt- ' to ht cm (ftr v«£eJl. a# w«»« 

n^**, /ff^lin^, committraticH ; Sratir,siadr,V.a,«lBl av. ar^SfV^ 

«T'«ir 4< l« -, to b€ temibU to. tofuetm€g immmiC, atojesii 

lo b« pot9t*9ed of nice /ttC- to $mvmmrg tm ^mt m mmtCl, ta 

in ft. I 

fi*:iisiiA^, %lBt1bl, adj. teiuibUf_ 

pt-rcfi'ttbU . ratily mff*€fed, . 

tfntiC'y afffcttd, compMiion- 

at* , gral-fulj painful; ob- 

viou$ i pr«UT« -, convincintf 

proof; tt-.munt -, delicate k 

■woman; loving woman t en- ■ 

droit -, »*nJiible part; ttre - 

•HI nacti d'^utrni, fo be ten- ^ 

eibly affe.cted by the miff or- , 

tunen of other people. \ 

tenubly, perceptibly , feeling- ■ 
ly ;_ obvioutly . • ! 

S«'ii*ibl*'ri'-, tliu^blrl, t. fen-\ 
timentalitm. 'ntive. 







kmve m tmttm, §mi 
ttrong; -Isa^ 

- auaTals, te 

- le h^miimim, a» —if* 
fluM ; - WM lew, em . 
flau/ers fiire — f^ h i 
iiMie 0JV aemtihle mfm 
se fifre -, to heJeU, §m i 
/i«iii; se -J T. r. imfttimm't 
telf. to imow omt'm atif. m le 
aeiuible of omm*t cstmmX^m, tm 
Inou/ ome'f reMancet; at— iCf 
to have oomu rc&v effg at - 
de qvelqse aal, Imjltti m ^b- 
temper, tofeei rtUlm tfanatf; 
Be pas «a - de Joic, fa ft« Mai 
u.-i<A joy. 

s«ir, T. a. iir. fa air, f* 



.S«;n«Itjf, v«-. *lot1ilr, adj. ««n-;Seoir. s«ir, t. a. iir. 
. .Sunlit iv, *1ai1tlT, f. tentilive- abide f toJlt^ooU, tm 

plant, mimota. | to euit. ^ 

Sfnsoriiiin, ^kto^ZrlSm, B. mii-' Separable, sIplilM, a^j. aa- 

Korium^ brain.. ! Separatif , TV, H^plgltlfy mQ* 

S<^li Slial I « lue , «lfu22l1«m , m. ■ separalivef fepmrmiimg. 




tualitu. itual voluptuou*. • SepAratoin* , slpiiiivlra "^ 

S^nsufl, I", ^ImI?!. adj. f^' Separe,e,siplri,a4[.amv«fnl, 

S«rn<u«'ll«>-iii«'nt, slnsfiSlmSo , | »ef urate, distinct, dfftrmU. 

I adf. #*rt»«a%. 'Separement, alpIrlJa, aif. 

; Sentence, slnttnsy f. »*ifr*J«e^,! separately , apurt, »u^!y, tm- 

j maxim, toying; decree. | verally. 

S'^ntfncier, frlotlnsli, t. a. to S^ar«>r, slpari,T.a.r»t«|Mr«ie. 

sentence f to past judgment to difjoin, to dismmife, to 9rt 

on, lo condemn. apart, tm f under ^ to Imte 



SKR SRU 

* ,-1, »-; .....t"ii~T"i.B'! SHt.i.j.i^Jr.m,i.j.ii,.™Tiui 

,..»j.-.i.'«»;t ,./,-. . ..AV...<BW..l..,«Wi(ri.|[, 






rr:. If SvrviMfnlr, •. 






07 ' a^ Ail., 



■■. f, illlil,' (dj. Ibet.) H- 
Saon, >lMn, ■. ((Ur.) uhnii 



ii(wil", s5«s?.J. f. I.V.i.y, dry 



Si^ 'r,' MS",''-. B. «. *»(,; J 



Sipil", nVI.1, f. M.m, afifr- 






si ■s«'?r.i.%.iii..-i. .«.-.(. 1 -.■■*.f.-»j/-fl*i-,*i 

Jar-Hnr. ^.iiraec,- luminal-, llMlii.m.ntmtirr Kli'il, »? »« if; MPHI"*'- 

Siro%.>TTl<l,i..:hiii.u.>;^ Sm>irte,>ti1lil,r.»ci»y,«-, 'irn'..:.™, - ct Jii «n9. 



Sol,a!l,ii.. •oil.g.-ouKd-piil, d.n.ilj,, 1M«^«M«., «™ l™»f, i„itrpitl,t. 

aoUcil^ym'n,",. >, «(««, soj17oqn-,.aiiiik,m!^'!°/o°'«s, r..i.»,(./»,DMi,), 

SoiMl4'iil(t'ldfr~.;.r,K.(.™. SoitpWitsBlijild, idj..cp/i>«/.. <./'*BrrfM,'M-, 

etdriD T. »"-^'''- SDlitnirF,iamtr,idJ.»;,'unf, ^cUdt. 

8^bMu™iajl>tll, tSTcVJl.) Soliliiiiiment,.JnanDli., idi. ijjMi'-rf. ' 

Solb«tiir«,>i]bIli[r,I./.iiBifcp. t»blirily,tKtal,l,idr,rt'irtd, ai/,m.iiup,rttti 

■ b,l. in'll'. *«*->™-(. Solitude, rflllSd, t. to(il..d<, irtuinn™: 

SoldnnellE, •iMlnll, I. ntt. (™»"w., fcWy Vl '°"''S iSmKl, T. n. M 

Si>ldat,«aidl,iii.«pWr«-,/«oi- .Bt""'""™*^ ''"P. WMp.w 

»Mi«-r- ds I8crg> rnruili SollTHie, •SlHli. m. (ircd.; 

rtoiplB -, e™i~« .cpWi.r. jfUUm«dttti^_<lfaiiMins. , ■imJlft. (. •/- 

Boldmejous, .Jidliiik, .dl. goIrre.dllT f ;««, r«|r»r. ,;.r, *».?«« ./. 

taldim •*■ •I'BldftlUm. simhU m iulUr 

Solde,^id, (, .»w.vr', p.y, s^icitatwn, dlrtnii.lo»,^_f 1,"..««™^' 

-, 14 /u/i- MatitBirtoomtn^Hd^ton. % „, Mumnai ton 

^_i'j_y "a.il _ _ -. _. c^z^itl^ J,,l-i,» _ _ ,- -- •.in. <-nimii, rep, 

i', ilnnlnlill, m' 
imr , <amiilDltl 



Jl'i- '■.jz'L'ttKH JsE'£n'i^.t Fl 



h), am iiimi,i»prM,cuu. iSur. 
■I af a Sollicjteut, i!fi>!r(nr, b. kU- 

Bl^"^ii,m.«,ii'n',3ioJm Sollioilnile, illlilild. (, »-ft 
»dt, »(™»i!u, M rf«*/om. Soluble, i^HiiL, juij. «(■*/,, s, li-nllt". »*i- 

sai«ui!uiiou, .siMii^oR, f. S"^;;;* ' "' ■'!''"■ "«■ ^'- .«^ur"y^'. 

Solennile.laHiilii,'."'™''^. pl"^''"'! (iai.i paymtni. 
farm.lity, arr^y, »'««- SolnbHit^, e3jTlb1l1ll, I. kI- 

SoiKjie, tUlL.a. art b/'^- SolTXe.tiLilbl, tdj. W»<'<i, 

aolKor, simlj <. I. '• K-l/i. M, » pi-n, -lAvMi. 

Sulidni™, jilldlr idj. ioKnJ SoiDdtologic, limllllS.I, I. .o. 

8o£diiLmn(.ni!,in<i(ni,ln,.dY. so^bn%„^, ,a> j„i, din., 



ml: Uraag, M.bh, .|™J- SombrCT, »iibrl, t. d. (■ 



Bpltndid, eottly, 
; ■onpllisU, t. 



/idfa, iiiijImliuHi,, jft-Wy. SOInlnllirt,>liii'(r,i(H.mii.nui- 
SoliJifiriidnii, .!fi<lrtkl,lM, ™, cmpndi^~,k«rt, c«»- ,^, ,,. 

Snii.iie.'r Jifflrtj .... Iltii^- "A^^X? ' ""^ ."^it 



■undia^tiH*, fit- 



se^ 



SmZ''A'-ii'up''J!'Jii«,n,.di 



SAV 

Saroureiix, se, sit3or8u, adj. 
Siu/oui'y ; Tiande saYoareuse, 
aavoury meat. 

Saxatile, sXkfi?i^I,adj. saxatile. 

Saxifrage, slksitrkzj. saxifrage 
(plant). ' 

Saye, si, t. a sort of serge. 

Sayette, s*.v?l, f- sasathee. 

Sayetterie, sij?lrl, f. manufac- 
tory of sagathee. 

Sayetteur. s4j?tiar, m. -weaver 
of sagathee, [.stable. 

Sbire, sbir, m. a kind of con- 

Scabellon, skibSlo/i, m. pedes- 
tal, stand. liplant). 

Scabieiisp,skXb1Jur.f. scabious 

Scabieux, s**, sklblea, adj. sca- 
bious, scabby. 

Scabreux, se, skabria, adj 
scabrous, rugf^ed, roueh, un- 
even , ungrateful; ticldish. 

Scaldes, skSld, m. pi. Scandi- 
naiiian bards. [scalene. 

Scalene, skXUn, adj. {%6om>) 

Scaline, skllm, m. (mar.) scm^ 
mus, rowlock. [scalpof. 

Scalpel, skSlpXl, m. (chir.) 

Scalper, skSlpI, v. a. to stalp. 

Scaininonee, skSmSni, f. scam- 
mony (plant). 

Scandale, skind^l, m. scandal, 
offence; pierre de -, stum- 
oting-slock. 

Scandaleuseinent , sktnd^leax 
mla , adv. scandalously, 
shamefully . 

Scandaleux, se, skSndblSu, adj. 
scandalous, shameful. 

Scandaliser, sktndSfizi, t. a. 
to scandalize, to give offence; 
se — , r. T. to be scandalized, 
1o be offended. 

Scander, sklndi, t. a. to scan; 
to scrutinize. 

Scapha, skafo, m. (snai.) scapha. 

Scaphandre, skaHndr, m. corh- 
jacket.^ [pular, scapulary . 

Scapiilaire, sk3pi?lir, m. sca- 

Scarabee, skSrSbl, m. beetle, 
scarab; - pulsateur, cricket. 

Scaramoiiclie, skarSmSosb, m. 
scaramouch, buffoon. 

Scare, skir, m. ncarus (fish). 

Scarieux,SP,skar'i?a, ad/, (bot.) 
membranous. 

Scarificaleur, skV^flkStSur, m. 
(chir.) scarificnlor, scarifier. 

Scarification, skarlflkSsio/i, f. 
scarification, scarifying. 

Scarifier, skarlrtl, t. a. (chir.) 
to scarify. 

Scariole, skarlol. f. endive. 

Scarlatine^ sk^latln, adj.f. scar- 
let ; fifevre -, scarlet-fever. 

Sceau, sS, m. seal; -de repro- 
bation, brand of reprobation; 
garde des sceaux ,- lord keeper 
of the great seal; garde da pe- 
tit - lord privy seal ; mtWXt 



361 

le - k, to set one's seal, to 

complete. 
Seel, s2l, m. (^\xr.) seal. 
Sc^lerat, e, silirl, adj. ^a^i- 

tious, villanous, tuitfked; -, 

m. villain, profligate. 
Sc^l^rat^sse, silirStS.s, f. wick- 

edn ess, villany , profligateness, 
Scelithe, slllt, f. scelithes. 
Scell^, sillf m. (jur.) seal; 

mettre le-, to apply the seal, 

to seal up. 
Scellement, silmtn, m. (arch.) 

sealing, cramping. 
Sceller, bill, t. a. to seal, to 
. seal up ; to confirm ; (arch.) 

to cramp. 
Scelleur, sllSnr, m. sealer. 
Scene, sin, f. -acette, stage; 

mettre sur la - , to represent 

on the stage; mettre un oavrage 

en-, to get up a tvorkfor the 

stage; faire une- k qn.^ to re- 
' proach one violently. 
Bft^niciue, sinik, adj. scenic, 
■'scenical, theatrical. 
Scenit^, sla^t, m. one lodged 

in tents, [seenograpfiy . 

Sc^nographie , slnBffrafl, f. 
Sc^nographique , sin8grmk, 

a4j. scen'o graphical. 

Sc^nograplurpiement, sinSgrZ 

{{k.viAn.aA'H.scenographically. 
Sc^nopegie, siaSpixl, {.feast 

of ttAernacles. 
Scepticisine, sipl^slsm, m. 

scepticism. 
Sceptique, s2pt1k, adj. scep- 
tic, sceptical; -, m. sceptic, 

doubter. 
Sceptre, sSplr, ja. sceptre. 
Schabraque , shSbrlk, f. shab-' 

rack, saddle-cloth. 
Sciiako, 8b2k3, m. shako, a 

soldier's cap. 
Schair, sh^l, m. shawl, 
Schelling, shSlin, m. shillingf 

tivelve pence, 
Sclieine.shim, m'. scheme, plan. 
Schenooate, stiinSblt, ra. rope- 

dancer. _ 
Schisinatiqtie, sh^smZt^k, adj-. 

schiimaticql; -,m. schismatic: 
Schisiiie, sblsm^ m. sghism. 
Schiste, shist, m. shist, fla^ 

stone, 
Schisteux, ge, sb^stSa, adj. 

fchislose , fltJey, slaty. 

Sclilague, shlSg, f. flogging; 
donner la -, to flog; receyoir 
la -, togetfiogerd. 

Scholastique, skoilstlk, t. Sco- 
lastique. [schooner. 

Schouner, sbSon?r, m. (mar.) 

Sciage, sHz, m. sawing; bois 
de -, "wopdjit for sawing. 

Sciagrapkie, slligrlfl, f. scia- 
graphy, [teric. 

Sciatt^riqiie, slitSrlk, adj. scia- 



SCO 

Sciaticpie^ slZtlk^ adi.^(m6d.) 
sciatic; -,{. sciatica, hip-gout. 

Scie, si, f. saw; sawfish ; - h 
tenons, tenon-satu ; — k main, 
hand-satu. 

Sciemment, s12mtn, adv. knoti{- 
ingty, wittingly. 

Science. sltDS,r. science, knowl- 
edge, learning, skill, scholar- 
ship, [scientific, learned. 

Scierntifique , slinllrtk. adj. 

Scientifiqueinent , slintink 
mln , adr. scientifically , 
learnedly. 

Scier, At, v. a. et n. to saw ; 
(mar.) to hold water. 

Scierie, sirl, f. saw-mill, saw- 
ing machine, 

Scieur, aHinr, m. saiVyer; - de 
long, %uood-sawyer; — de bl^, 
reaper. 

Scille, s'il, f. squills, sea-onion. 

Sckider, sindi, (Jur.) to rescind, 
to cut off, to divide, 

Scinque, sink, m. lizard. 

Scintillant, e, sintl/in, adj. 

scintillating , sparkling. 
Scintillation . sint^lSislon', f. 

(astr.) scintillation,, 
Sclntiller, aint)/i, r. n. to scin- 
tillate. ^ [sciography. 
Sciographi^, slSgrafl, f. (arch.) 
Scion, aion, m. scion, young 
shoot f small twig. [tic. 
Scioptiqne, ^ISptlk, adj. sciop- 
Sciote, s18t. f. snuul saiv, 
ScissilC) sislly-'adj. scissile, 

Scission, vision, f, scission, 

secession ,^ separation, ' 
Scissionnaire , slalSnIr, adj. 
seceding; -, m. seceding 
member, [sure, fissure, 

Scissnre , aiskr, f. (anat.) scis- 
Sciure, stir, f. saw-dust, 
Scl^roti(^e,8kl1r3t1k,r. (aoat.) 

sclerotica. 
Scolaire,sk3lir, adj. scholastic; 
ann^e -, scholar year,_ ten 
months. [ty. 

Scolarit^, sk8l2rltl, f. scholari- 
Scolastique , skShlst^k, adj. 
scholastic, scholastical; -, m. 
scholastic, school-divine. ' 
Scolastiopue, skSlSstIk, f. scho- 
lastic divinity, theology. 

Scolastiquement . skolistik 
mln, adr. scholastically, . 

Scoliaste, skSllast, m. schotiust. 

Scolie, skSll, f. scholy, com- 
mentary; -, m. (%6om.) scho- 
lium, [scolopendra, 

Scolopendre, «k2l2ptndr, f. 

Scorbutj skBrbS, ra. scurvy. 

Scorbutique; akSrbStlk, adj. 
scorbutic, scorbutical. 

ScordiuBB^skBrdlimjm. waisr- 
gemuxnder. 

Scene, skSrI, f. scoria^ dross* 



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krlpSlfui St^c-Ji'T, <!<ihl, 0. a. cln, rn dry. 



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arm, c, ■JtI idf. tt (di. !Wi'iii[,i;iiiiiil , t^ililihDl 

ajumnli litit, iIbw. ™m- ult. irrierahlg, iifSeitm'l 

«rf,/y« 1 l,.elnl u;: ; Kfow- S«rvin>, tinit, m. i^ivcr, • 

Is, *»n/, •Buu./lu, •Ifl-' -, riiir iiiuTilic i otfier, - 

'.'■"'»!""■■< "•/^■•y "■"*""- 1 pi"" *lr. « -, w J« ii 

(mil. ^^aiA-i-itHlrr.\ Wn-, (• *r fflijiijn/ #• « 

Ri<rn--l»ivPS JrlAi, m. (bii.) ur, ^na d* -, In *c 

Swm-mr, ulini, m. [aiiol i/iif^ , »rm -, Is tf mj 

lieilHrt'i -frenrmt Jnii'i- ' ftprvii'llB. ■JrT1I^ f' aiT/'l. 
».».irjt«i^,A»rh»'^.>(/<iB,.HiTtil.p, ilnll, 141. »... 

,.lucrl..l.,rppai.mlii,iiiUI- •I'-Ui'—, *«««., nu 
US^^ij %»2, 2'"l. 



Sprrm-p fjii, *. ■. ru mnxf, IB 
liflil'ii, la JtMlnt. la iinj 



Rmelr. r, >)rtl, MJ. (Iml.) nrr- 

nhiutilf mg/tleap-rihanJ^ 
. Snrdiit alrihft, n. Acvi - dc 
iHDinh hffr 4iftitlm. 






Srrritadp, itntllil, t. ti-r 
-■If. aUvnTi, boudngr, . 



rS«i£],i!ii(, a. •Ul, irtmnAmU, 

.ISmjilMi. >UR. q. fi. (uj 

"'Sf.|Seu1, f, atnl, «dj.*»ii, m^ 

','^\6n<]nnn,(,'iTlSB.m.'mtik, \ 
<r.- S»l.^t, te, dol), Ml.-iilm 
'£"< 9<^.>l',r.**P,/<in;c,HMH 
^ tfwppt mitnt, rSnrmkMt-l^ 

. tVFF^, fAonify , aunjf, 
SMriu'itifai^', r. •oMjt 

Mn^i, itrii, a. pi. Oir.) •tt- 

Matf.JU-trrmOitfnl, 
S^^i(,lr,w.m.aa^iuirmi 

Kwib, (D HHitarrf, mSI- 
8«™ef,'grE,a.»«ni.,. 

-,•.!. <• u>« a«'. »(f 

Seueeruure, >lpUol>, •« 

afLru«n«rv, *^M ww W/ 

Seuf ^ginw, iliiiJilm, t. te- 
SHunloiiiiK, •Inl^riliri't 

Sextau e. >?luS?. ■u"JU^ A 



taf, i^^is-l-H*i crotkemrl M-ivi- ch-V™ ""'<""''-' 
■u -, to nint a Jod. I SAiKinp, lliill, ■. hmuhkhi. 

SnrumiV; ilrilrfrl, [. {«!. $euini>Idp,>bli>»d, f. hi 

Rmli'rwr, (IcITli? ■'. foet-^SiMi, >u'ltB"i!irt.Hwri. 
Swtir, .(Mir, r, •.(.Mo .!«,, I „LtUllrr. wfihlMi^. 
S<Tii<nir», sJnblr, r. mijug Sriqui-doiiMM>ittUloU,» 

<1/iiiIcuii-(m •«■)■). ] tmaUiipliciar. 

S«ruiiu>lclB, m. (■«<.) nrxa, ! Srl■iI^ ultll, rij. (Ut'.i <nn 

tJirrVt niaiin H -, ro ;wr ?*■ (£rp. Ailij, m. itHmr 

'-^■I'K-:.; , iSetBCi'.e. ^!, Uj. ikMji 

III. •tnil, m. ijnr4il. hiivut. 

rml^..)r.li..4|.»«,ii,,.f.l9«li<<r, >ll)l. >». mra^MF, 



M/Mt, trirpi I ~ irfa ]H, " 
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Ii»&r! all 



SOL 

Sol, sol, m . soil, ground-plot, 

ground; (mus.) sol (t. Sou). 
Solacler, sUlasH, v. a. to solace, 
to comfort ; se - , T. r. to re- 
create one^s self. 
Solaire, s8l^r, adj. solar, solary; 
cadran -, sun-dial. 

Solainire, sSJamlr, f. sieve-cloth. 

Solandres, sSlindr, f. pi. (vdt.) 
solanders. [foundered. 

Solbatu, sSlbStn, adj. (v6t.) 

Solbature, s8Jb3tAr, f./oMnf/^r- 
ing. Inella, bind-vuort. 

Soldanelle, s8ldin?l, f. sola- 

Soldat, s8lda, m. soldier, foot- 
soldier; - de recrue, recruit; 
simple -, common soldier. 

Soldatesque, soldat2sk, adj. 
soldier-like ; -, f. soldiery, 
soldiers. 

Solde,s8ld, f. soldier's pay; 
balance (of an account); pour 
-, in full. 

Solder, s8ldJ, v. a. to pay 
(troops); (com.) to close an 
account. 

Sole, sol, f. sole (fish); flat 
bottom; under- part of a 
horse's foot. [jsolecism. 

Solecisme, s3l3s1sin, m. (gr.) 

Soleil, s2l?/, m. sun; sun-flo-wer; 
remonstrance; entre deux so- 
leils, from morning to even- 
ing; coup de -, oi'erheating 
of the brain by the sun ; il 
fait -, the sun shines. 

Solennel, le, s2l'an2l. adj. so- 
lemn, pompous; authentic. 

Solennellonient , s3lan?lmln, 
adv. solemnly, in due form. 

Solennisation, sSlXn^zasion, f. 
solemnization, celebration. 

Soleiuiiser, sSrinizJ, v. a. to 
solemnize, to celebrate. 

Soleiinite, sBlinilS, f. solemnity, 
formality, ceremony; authen- 
ticity, [faing. 

Solfeye, s8lf2*, m. art of sol- 

Solfier, s8lf13, V. a. to solfa. 

Solidaire, s8lidir, adj. bound 
for the xuhole dfbt. 

SolidairPinent, .s8rid^rmSn,adv. 
altogether and one for all, 
in solidum. 

Solidarite, solidar^tJ, f. (jur.) 
being bound, binding. 

Solide. s8l4d, adj. solid, not 
liquid; strong, stable, stead- 
fast , firm; real; aller au -, 
to look the main chance. 

Solidement, sSlidmSn, adv. so- 
lidly , substantially ; firmly. 

Solidification , hSlidif^kSsio/i, 
f. solidifica fion . 

Solidifier, sZlidifil, t. a. to 
render solid; se -, v. r. to 
become solid, to acquire so- 
lidity. 

Solldite, sSlldTtI, f. solidity, 
Vict, franq. angl. 



369 

density, steadftutness , Hrm- 
ness. [rnonologue. 

SoriloqnP,88l1l8k,in.»o/i7o<7wy, 

Solins, s8lin, m. pi. spaces be- 
tween joists. 

Sol jpede, s8rtp?d, adj. solipede. 

Solitaire, s8l1tir, aij. solitary, 
lonely, desert; VCP— , taenia; 
—, m. solitaire; recluse, ana- 
choret. 

Solitairement, sSHtirmln, adv. 
solitarily, in solitude, retired. 

Solitude, s8l^t8d, f. solitude, 
Ipnelinest, lonely life; lonely 
place, retiredness. 

Solivage, s8l1vi*, m. (arch.) 
joists and beams of a building. 

Solive, s8l1v. f. joist, rafter. 

Soliveaii, s8livo, m. small joist; 
fig. stupid fello-w. 

Sollicitation, s8l?s?t3s1o», f. 
solicitation, entreaty; insti- 
gation; recommendation. 

Solliciter, s8l1s^i2, t. a. to,$o- 
licit; to importune, to entreat, 
to urge, to move, to instigate; 
to sue, to prosecute. [citor. 

Solliciteur, sSlHsltJnr, m. soli- 

Solliciteuse, solls^ttuz, f. soli- 
cilress. 

Sollicitude, sSl^s^tSd, f. soli- 
citude , anxiety ; sollicitudes 
de la vie, cares of life. 

Solo. s8l8, m. (mus.) solo. 

Solstice, s8lst1s, m. (astr.) sol- 
stice, [(astr.) solstitial. 

Solsticial, e, sBlstlslSl, adj. 

Solubilite,s8iabint2, f. solu- 
bility, [solvable. 

Soluble, sSlSbl, adj. soluble, 

Solutif, ve, sSlStlf, adj. dU- 
solving. 

Solution, s8l8s^on. f. solution, 
resolutioh; explication, ex- 
plandtion; (jur.) payment. 

Solvabilite, saiviblrttl, f. sol- 
vency. 

Solvable, sSlvSbl, adj. solvent, 
able to pay, solvable. 

Somatologie, s8in3t8i8j!, f. so- 
matology. 

Sombre, sonlir, adj. dark, dim, 
dull, cloudy, gloomy, melan- 
choly; humeur -, glooinu dis- 
position; couleur -, gloomy 
colour t temps — , gloomy 
weather. 

Soinbrer, sonbri, r. n. (mar.) 
to sink, to go down, 

Soimnage, s8m4z, m. manor 
dues on cattle. 

Sommaire, s8mir, adj. summa- 
ry, compendious , short, con- 
cise ; — , m. suntmary , com- 
pendium, abridgment. 

Sommaireinent, sSmlrmtn, adv. 
summarily, compendiously, 
concisely, succinctly. 

Souunation, aZmhAon, f. sum- 



SON 

mons, challenge; interpella- 
tion. 

Souiine, s8m, f . sum (of money); 
summary , compendium , ab- 
ridgment ; load, burden ; b^te 
de -. beast of burden; en — , 
finally, to conclude. 

Sbinme, s8m, m. sleep, slumber, 
nap ; faire un -, to take a nap. 

Somm^, e, s8mi, adj. (bias.) 
soinme, surmounted. 

Soinmeil, s8m2/, m. sleep, rest; 
sleepiness, drotusiness. 

Sommeiller, sivaill, v. n. to 
slumber, to sleep , to nap , to 
dote. 

Sommellerie, s8milrl, f. of- 
fice of a butler, business of a 
butler, butlery, pantry. 

Soininellier, s8m?112, m. butler. 

Soininer, s8m2, v. a. to summon, 
to challenge ; to sum up. 

Soininet. s8mi, m. summit, top, 
ridge, height. 

Souimier, semi I, m. pack-horse, 
sumpter - horse ; hair - quilt , 
horse -hair mattress; tuind- 
box of an organ. 

Sommit^, s8m1tl, f. (hot.) top, 
apex, height, [somnambulist, 

Soinnainbule, sSmnlnbSl, m. 

Somnambulisine , sSmntnbti . 
llsm, m. somnambulism. 

Soinnifere^ sSmnlf Jr, ad/, som- 
niferous, soporific ; -,• m. so- 
poriferous draught. 

Somnolence , s8mii8ltns , f. 
(m^d.) somnolency . 

Soinnolenf, e, sSmnSlln, adj. 
somnolent. [sumptuary. 

SQUiptuaire , sonptS^r , adj. 

Soinptueuseinent , sonptS^oz 
min, adv. sumptuously, ex- 
pensively, costly.^ 

Souiptueux, se,«onpt2Su, adj. 

. sumptuous , splendid, costly, 
magnificent. 

Souiptuosit^, sonptS8s1ll, f. 
sumptuousness , costliness , 
splendoMr, magnificence. 

Son, son, m. sound; bran; - dtt 
tambour, beat of the drum. 

Son, sa (pi. ses), son. adj. his, 
her, its; - pfere, his or her 
father; sa misre, his or .her 
mother. 

Sonat, s8n%, m. sheepskin. 

Sonate, sSoat, f. (mas.) sonata. 

Sondage, sondLt, m. soifnding. 

Sonde, sond, f. (ehlr.) probe ; 
plummet, sounding-line , fa- 
thom-lir\e ; - de pompe,' gauge- 
rod of a pump; jeter la -, /o 
let the sottnaing-line. down ; 
alter it la -, to ascertain the 
depth of the ruater. 

Sender, 'Mmdl, r. a. to sound, 

. to try the depth of, to plumb; 

to probe (awoutta); to search f 

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Soniwr. 



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Trubfr'. llntbl, idi. (n» 



Mion, lrl»(a>1°i>, 
rcivr, ulniirlil, >. 






TrWnrdiie/ulklnkl, 

TriitnTqDVt Irltili^ ■ 
Trirqr.MUt, ■. iirUi 

Tri|iiiiie,li1|lB,id]. I 

TriEninir, I^M, r. (r 
TriuHd, >, trial, .1 
HHiSli't, dUmtMi 

-fltf*. »,(«/«/. 
Triinndrne, IHiMil, 

•fiO""*. Mf pi'- 

TriKlfph-, Iclilif, ID. 

'fi»w*- ["-irpN 

l>iKOnoin^lri^iie, l^ 
ink, 14^. tfriniiaiiM/n 

TnlaMnI.is btlilMl, 

TriUion. n%loiL, m. iril 
Tr>IaCDr«rp, lAMta 

■taw, to inif. 
Tnmpr. Irltal, .t. b, pop 

TriiaFilR,lrinl.nF,.>.. 

TSniii>.%i>lt t. »M.(i.-rtJi TnpoLr, trl^ililr, .. i iS p^ 
■ hUAtrr'l '»-(. (uth.) (rw. Jji< ux* lr.;»./y, to clan, «, 

1^lH-.lri«ll.T.i.Mel<iU, Tnpot, irlpl, B. jmWws. 
Ill Mr* wid «lanrrf (iH. ' *«>», i»»»g.*a.uc, iow 

Trintlrllf, iiiH^i, r. Inrtfr-: ^tUfim, cIuhUm d« -, 

lliir Carioa, •h'rptr. 

Tiuitnirr. iriaMr, ■. (rir.!. TripolMf, Iilpjai, n. «ib 
TnmlF. tAlAl^ t. (nulla. /•idjiamtU. ••oddity, nutt. 

TrinOnw, n^itn, ■. (•<■•) tri- TTipuIrr, IrlpSil, t. 4. ei n. a> 

fUim. ID rfmifr. ' ' mrJJIr. 

Tniiqurt,trliill,B.(Bir.)/Hv TripoliM.lilpJill, b. Tiipo- 

—« .» /..™ r™/.r„J tfiw, trtplilJ,, f. *..((„, 

uil ./a gtHn. ifU. mrddltr. 

TriaquMm, irf->kii., ■. i^f Trl^Bi- ult f. mv-tidfrl. 
Tnimiirttr. irt»(l<, r. <B>f.) Tr.quFballr. ntull, f. urf, 

■I^a,lilK'»"m7."Kir"''' T/C!!ii-Sns''dJ1SXS'iii-«a»,(. 
Triolrt^rlW. ■. ,ri.-:.t. *,.-.,f«l^ 



m 



L'RA 



Vnnl.'f 



Ynue, TiE, adj. vmp 









«:», 



Mix°''fe*s'iif™3Jil' 



llnrP,iUllr,r.(BiR,}fuA»if 



yui^rnjir.ilRrliini. (a Its, ,]],, |. value, Kalmda. 

and other Haff 



"lEJ"i/ *Eft^winT°*£^ 






nillier, •Ul<l, . 



'■,!".i^'i»'^'"."'iS iHlmi.ie.Tiiilllii.Ktr./iiK 



virr'imtr, lu'euri unin.TtllLB- tute'-««>"'! 

- , PI' tfo-vired, lib, pL «Fill''»V-MlfUA«. 

V.iirim, t(i^, idj.) ntud, ^ rinllr, ■dj. «HU- 

ivft,a/</»^]-dv£ii(i iiW, <TntI, T. 1, /■ cry "pt 

af-vitir, Miip ^ VH o pntUt, totxtoli ia-^t. r, 

joals iw^-ilfeier, *iV-, £fe», hvijiBf. 

charoF , VFXi-I <</ in; ntilla, ilitlfi', t.'i. id lUp 

plain, taUt-uiRui.. . — ., , . ..-nu-piedi, Tioljill, ■, «« 



y'im 



VK.V 406 VBR 



V'-fitfii, ••, ilf.T-. «tj. fin- rti iTtfiT ojj-rtm, ran^t-r nf\ Venn, ^iriit. mu i m e l tert w . 

hf'.lfi) . i''tfi'f'*-:'.i'il; -, m. jxrt^jf. ~, flirt h. •Y^rinif, tIcib, f. vniiw,. lie 

i.,iriuti-. V<Tfl .t-r**, T?rdVr, f. hen-fretn~\ finett tobaeeo, 

Vi-fiii.*-, */n^, piti.f'i-\*-n:r)»-\ V"riliilon,*?rdi/m,in. a ca/T>*i Verisiiailitnde, riiMalAdd, 

* «l J . r.i,mri - , m . r'f'H'-r: ft'i n - tn^'ivrr^n Jrame, upp er roller. f . xieritim ilituae. 

*i-iin ", WW '."tiirr. V'<-rrJir, terdir. T. a.etn. /o f* u in ryeri table, ^Mtbil, adj. «ri- 

V'-nii<',^/ii"^,f.'.o»fU«? am i-«/; /f r^M ; /o become ^reen^ to table, true, genaima, rtal, 

frnuith; I'Hi', it'iiii'j -, «'i a' pmw grf^n. right, pure. 

J''"'^ i -1. r ,■ , V'-rrlon, >2rdo/i, m. /om./i/ VeriUbfcinent , vii^lktah. 

Vi'fiiili-, *iii^l, f. Ur/Uv^'in. V#Tfloynnt, f, ^trdwiyln, adj. .^^^ v«.,h,, really Uietd. 

V»imi , I .; . Wri risri , f. ^-'aw/y . 7■rY^i/I^ «r<-«i. • y^rit^, tirfll , f. v?n7v, l«l«I 

v,„rrf„ln^„. V*rdoy*T, T2rdw3yl, t. n. to be ^n -, in truth, indeed, tnh; 

V.'j.n-, W,.r, m. ei'^nin^. i-^^prr. vn/unt, to grow cretn. ^ j, .-^ ^ ,^^ . ^j^ ^ % 

V.-pn-i, W,,r, f. |.l. rrrnh.fi V.-nlnHf, >*r(lAr, f. 4/<rr«ittre, apeak the truth t ^te k V^^f 

.Ir, i. r (at churrh) . ,vrm„s- /»''"7 "'. ^''''""Wx ^'"''V' ^^rUfei, fo <e// one huowhtt 

f„ «.//•;-. I V«*nl iirifr.Tirilrtrii, in. herbman tell one qf hiejaulls. 

\ir,'\h, m. u.'orm , nutff;:nt. , (*'/ the royal household). Verjus, rirz^ m. ^ferjuiee, 9m 

mnih, ninth. norm; - k snic, V'Tduritirtf, flrdSrlir, f. herb- grapea. 

fiiti ii/orin : i'm. - ruiigourj rr- woman (of the royal house- Yerjute, e, ^irxStl, adU. (tfl* 

fii.if-i . ' hold). imaggoty. 9barp ; vin —, tart vine. 

Vi'iMcilr, \3nsit3, f. vrracitij, Vj'Hmix, iP, rirBu, adj. rotten, Yerle , y%Th, t. a kind qf gtMfi. 

fuiihfulitriiM, sincerity. . Verj?(', T?r», f. rod, switch, Ver-luisant , T^riSlzlmf ■• 

VimIi.iI, #', ^I'rlial, a.lj. rn-/>ul,\ wand, twig; yard; plain glow-worm. 

niinriiputorif. nritf ; pmri-. -, ring, wndding ring; - de VennCll, le, ttmii/, «dj. •»- 

If) III, n stu'irmrnt , proCfrd-- fo\io\, stoci iff a whip ; -de meil. vermilion, roey, nM- 

pomi)0, pump-spfar ; scrgenth cund, ruddy: teiBt— , ^/Isni 




wrur ., ,r,n.„ si.nrmrni. ^^^ ^„,^ " vermicular. [yermicmUtti. 

\ rr .... ^f rl.. m. urj ,;'rh. v.TH.'r. ' ?r=3, m. orchard. Vennicid^, e, T^rmlttll, adj. 

V.rl..i.iiioii. ^^■r^.■IrJs|OM, f. Vorui^r, >?r=i, t. a. /o mra««re Vennifonne, TXnnlfSm, •dt 

iwi.'if.i/i.'M. .«/ri<i;:;. irith ii unrd. [.brush.- verm{form, vermicular. 

VnlMMi^.MiiriH. '*fil..../nilu, Vrr«.»tor.\'^r;ii.T.a. /o *raf. lo Vennifnge. tSrmlfas . ■. ««r<- 

.vU ■ rr/...*r. ./ , uith m,v:xj Vrrji.'luT, ^Jritii. m. brush- m{fugeT Imp tkt 

,. " 1" •• . . .. . riaWr. brnfih-f^lUr. Vpnnilli>r -r^nn^/LT m. 

\nl>.\>\. s.\ wrhi'u. n.lj. : vr/-- v,,r-t'lti^< %?r-?t f nl cane ^."•"!""»^"™^**»/»*- 



fJle€VtA. 




\iMlM,K.ur. \frl.ia::=ur. m. ';"««■■ . ^ Terminvatx, se, Tini1al■,a4• 

; • . .^ s .'.♦.*. - . _ , . ^ « r-o^no. A f r;cia. t.fr.xrxe. c.mtAUUHg u»»rm» , ewuerf »y 

*i y . : • .-. J ; j.-jL . f.j.i *.';: j ■;,#*. Y«T^tto . \?r^ . f. i r.ar.^ J-T'" Vennivore, vinalTSr, aff. ■•r- 



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Youl.uiv. x?rA«T. la. ,*.:,":-..'.- 






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.• ■ .1 - ■-. •■-...: ,—i.- .■ «. 

J- ■'■■■' '* i .* • • < ■ - ^ i : .r. • «.: ■. .'v. . X I7! : • i: %.- :.% . f 'V f rrtitSisk- 

■'V ''.'.».* '■''■•<■** ■■■ "'."< .-■* I--.", -If, iLr»» T.r>'.-.i rji 

\ f.v. «■'. «• ■..•k . ~ .v-%- .- ./ '. . rjf T-«rt:r. ■•fcirkt ». ^ ■■ 

* ' ■. ^ * ^ ^^c-.*'?."' Jr* ■•!. » t .■■■..:— .-J. V-mji.'ia^ , 





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Tfrolc.'Ml, t. vrntrral 

■V^U,e,ihill,illj.pnffl, r*-i 
V^oliciui!, virank, idj. puctu. 

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Abni£ZP, Ihtit, t. jibruzu 
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Abruxu', tbr4t, V. Jbmm. 
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Aficanti>, tllhtM, r. Alieaia. 
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Enyijfe.blpl. '■^»f 

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