(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "A dictionary of the English and German languages, with a synopsis of English words differently pronounced by different orthoëpists, to which is added a supplement containing a history of the English language"







UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 




LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSIl 








''o\l 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
^ .••-•••■• . 



LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



Ic 



LIBRARY OF THE UNUERSIT 




mr^ 




JNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 




LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSIT 





:^ / 



Q ^ 



X>! gm<H <H 5 \m>H^^^hU4444 




'/^^" 



^^^1 




^^xV 








RARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 

%. 5 





LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 
->- -^ fTb .■••:?? 



LIBRARY OF 




RARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 




LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LIBRARY 







^ m/:%^ I 




& 



Ws 



$M\ Wk 






RARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 



LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LIBRARY OF 




^^^^^^^mi 





y 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2008 with funding from 

Microsoft Corporation 



http://www.archive.org/details/dictionaryofenglOOgrierich 



4^ 



h^ (Uh 



• 






mil cincr 



takllarif(^en UeBerfi(^t ber »ott ben iteueren englifi^en Drt^oc^iften ijerfc^iebcn 



» on 



Cl)trtft«»{)l) fiuWxd) ^tieb, 



«nb 



eiliem Jlnljanje ' 



ent^attcnt): Sine Ocfd^id^te bcr cngltfi^ett ©prad^e, @r!Iarung bcr Slu^fprac^c mit baju ge:^6rfgen 

a^a&cHett, Sefeitbungen nac^ Derfc^iebenen Slu^fprae^en, einc Ucberjtc^t ter unregelmapigen 

3eittt>orter unb eine 3"f'iwmenfieIIuttg ber im 33uc^e felbft fe|)lent)ett ^rmxitanUmtn, 



» n 



3. ®- C^e^lfi^ldgcr, 

5)rofefor ber neucrn ©prad^cn, Serfajfer »ott tne^reren Slu^fprad^^SBorterBiic^ern, 2efel6u(^ern k. 



(Sr|le omcrihtiifd)e Stere0ti);j-Jlo8flabe in jttiet Janbtn. 



^rjlct S3anb: 



gj^itabetrtia: 

3o^n SScif, 1i> J r I e g (T r u n b ^ m p r t e u r, 

1 8 5 7» 



DICTIONARY 



OF THE 



ENGLISH km GERMAN LANGUAGES, 



WTTH 



A SYNOPSIS 



OF 



ENGUSH WORDS DIFFERENTLY PRONOUNCED BY DIFFERENT ORTHOEPISTS, 

BY CHR. FR. ORIEB, 



TO WHICH IS ADDED, 



A SUPPLEMENT, 



CCNTAINIKQ 



A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE; EXPLANATION OF THE PRONUNCIATION, WITH 

TABLES; READING EXERCISES WITH DIFFERENT PRONUNCIATIONS, A TABLE OF 

THE IRREGULAR VERBS, AND A GLOSSARY OF THE AMERICANISMS NOT 

CONTAINED IN THE WORK ITSELF, Ac, &e., Ao. 



BY J. C. OEHLSCHLAGER, 

Professor of Modem Languages; Author of seTeral Pronouncing Dictionaries, Readers, Ao. 
FIBST AMEBICAN STEBEOTTPEI) EDITION 

IN TWO VOLUMES. 

VOL. I. 

ENGLISH AND GEBHAN. 



PHILADELPHIA: 

JOHN WEIK, PUBLISHER AND IMPORTER. 

1 8 5 T, 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1856, by 

JOHN WEIK, 

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. 



. Add to liihV 
GIFI 



PF3640 

195-7 



PREFACE 



TO 



THE AMERICAN EDITION. 



In placing before the American public Chk. 
F. Grieb's German-English and English-German 
Dictionary, it will scarcely be necessary to add a 
word in its recommendation, as in an extraordi- 
nary short space of time, it hag reached its fourth 
edition, and is now recognized, as well in Eng- 
land as in Germany, as the best work of its kind. 
To test its copiousness, we need only compare it 
with other Dictionaries ; thus in Walker " abar- 
ticulation " is the 1th, in Grieb the 51st word, 
" abed " is in Walker the 33d word, whilst it is 
the 12l8t word in Grieb ; in G, Walker has about 
4000 words, whilst Grieb counts upwards of 6000. 
The latter also gives us the root and language 
from which every word is derived, a great desi- 
deratum for those who study the English language. 
In the English pronunciation Grieb generally fol- 
lows Walker, though all the best orthoepists have 
been consulted ; the orthography is according to 
Webster. 

This Dictionary offers great facilities in its ty- 
pographical arrangemements, and every one who 
has used it, must confess that it saves him at least 
half the time in looking out words. 

To the original work I have added : 

Zo tOc first TTofumc: 

1. A review of the events which had an in- 
fluence upon the English language from 
the time of the conquest by the Romans 
to the time of William I. 

2. Further history of the English language 
since William the Conqueror. 

3. Specimens of the language at different 
epochs. 

4. Comparative pronunciation and explana- 
tion of the signs used by Walker, 

5. Complete explanation of the English pro- 
nunciation. 



1 a r r e i e 



)ur 



^merifaniff^en ^uSgnbe. 



^nbem ic^ tent Stmcrifanifc^ett ^^uBtifum (Cl)r. 
/r. ©ricb'9 1)eutfc^=SngIifc^eg unb @n9lt[d)=Deut* 
fc^eSSJBortcrbuc^ iibergefcc, wirb cS faum nijt^ig fein,. 
eitt 2Bort ju feiner Smjjfe^tung l^injuaufitgen, ta 
baffelbe in einer crflaunlic^ furjen ^txt bie bicrtc 
2luflagc erreic^t unb je^t, fot»o|)I in Dcutfci)Ianb tnic 
in Snglanb, aU ba^ sorjiiglic^jlc 2Qerf feiner %xt 
anerfannt ijl. Urn bic 9teic^l)altigfeit beffelben ju er=» 
proben, fcrauc^t man ti nur mit anbcrn 2Gortcrl6it= 
c^en 3U »ergleic^en, fo ifl in SCalfer bag SBort 
abarticulation bag 7te SBort, im ®rie6 ijl ti bag 
51fle, abed ijt in SDalfer bag 33flc tra^renb eg im 
®rieb bag 121fte ijl ; in C ^at 2BaIfer ungefa^r 4000, 
wa^renb ©rieb itber 6000 SBorter ja^It. Se^terer 
gtebt auc^ nod^ bie SOBurjet unb ®pra(i>e an, tcotion 
iebeg 2Bort abjlammt, ein SSor^ug, ber beim ©tubi* 
ren ber englifc^en ©prad^c sjon grower SCic^ttgfeit 
ijl. IHe englifc^e Slugfprac^e ijl, nnter 3w3ift)ung 
bet bejlen Ort^oe))ipen, ^auptfac^Iic^ nac^ SCalfer 
bcarbeitet, bic Drti^ograp^ie nad^ 2Bebjler. 

Sinen fc^r geo^en 2?ortt)eit bietet biefeg SBorter* 
bud^ in feiner t9pograp^{f(^en Sinrid^tung bar, unb 
ieber, ber eg gebraud^t ^ai, mu^ eingejle:^en, baf flc 
i^m tpenigjleng bic ^alftc ber ^di beim S'iad^fc^Iai' 
gen erfpart. 

2)em Dr{ginaI=2Cerfc fiige id^ nod§ i^injuj 

^ttm erjlen |anbe: 

1. Sine furjc Ueberjid^t ber Segeben'^eiten, bie 
auf bie cnglifd^c ©prad^c feit ber Srobcrung 
©ropbrittanieng tton ben Stomern big jnr 
3eit SCil^elmg I. (5influ§ auggeiibt ^aben. 

2. 2Beiterc ©efd^ic^tc ber (Spra^c feit 2BiI|cIm 
bem Srobcrer. 

3. Seifpieic ber Sprad^e 3U tterf^iebenen Qtittn^ 

4. 35ergleid^enbc Slugfprad^e unb firflarung ber 
son SBalfer gebrauc^ten ^ti6^tn, 

5. 5>oUjlanbigc Srflarung ber englif(^cn Slug- 
fpra^e. 



ivi845533 



?I 



PEEPACE TO THE AMERICAN EDITION. 



6. Tables of the hard and the soft conso- 
nants. 
Y. General table of vowel sounds. 

8. Exercises in reading with a double inter- 
linear explanation of the pronunciation, one 
according to Walker, the other with Ger- 
man letters, according to my own system. 

9. Table of irreglar verbs. 

10. Supplement of Americanisms with the pro- 
nunciation and a German explanation. 

So tOe seconb Uofume. 

1. A complete explanation of the German 
pronunciation. 

2. Exercises in reading with an interlinear 
explanation of the pronunciation. 

Convinced that these additions will increase 
the usefulness of the work, I hope that the public 
will receive them with the same kindness and in- 
dulgence with which it has received my former 
labors. 



6, ZahtUtn t»et weid^en uxCo '^axkn Sonfo* 
nanten. 

7, Stttgemeittc ^oUUZaUUt. 

8, Sefeitfcung mit t)0))))elter 3ttterI{nears=S3cfc^re{* 
l&ung ter ^u^^pxa^i, t>ic eine nacEy 2BatIer, 
t)tc attberc ntit beutfc^en fdud^^abtn, nac^ 
nteinem etgenen ©^jleme, 

9, ZabtUt t>er unregeltnapigeit B^iti^Jorter. 

10» Sln^ng »ott Slmerifani^men mit tier 2lug«= 
^pxa^t unt> Srllarung auf i>etttfd^, 

<Bttttt }m\Uti '§m'^t: 

!♦ SSotTfommene Srltarung ber bcutfc^cn Slug* 

2, Sefeitfeuttg mit Snterlinear = SrWarung tcr 
5ltt3fpra(^c* 

Uc'terjcugt, bap biefe Sttfa^e ^"^2 S^it^tic^fcit 
fci? SCerfeS »erme^ren werben, l^offc ic^, baf bag 
5)u'6Hfttm bicfc mit bemfelkn 2Bo:^Itt»oIIen wnb bcr« 
fell&ett Sfiac^ft^t aufnel^men Jcirb, iDomtt c^ meine 
frii^eren 2lrkiten oufgenommen ^aU 



J. C. 0. 



D0rrelie jiir rurop&ifdirn ^nspbe. 



3ntem tolr ben erflen I^eit unfcrfl, bent sergleid^enben (Stubium ber engltfc^ett urtb beutf^en 
©prac^e gewibmeten 2Berfeg ^Icmit bent 5>ubUtum ubergeben, l^abcit wir ubtx ^lan unb 2tudfu^= 
rung golgenbe^ 3U bcmerfen, 

S3ei alien SBorjiigcn, bic einige neuerc Iej:iIograp]^tfcf)e SBerfc fo toortl^eif^aft »or anbern ausjeid^* 
nen, trifft |!e boc^ fajl fammt unb fonbers ber SBorwurf, ba§ fie auf bie ^apofen nnb tuid^tigcn Snt= 
becfungen im (Debictc ber neuern ^unfl unb S3i|Jenf(!^aft unb bie ^ieraug entfprtngcnben neucn 
gefcUfc^aftlic^cn 35er^altnif]'e unb SBcburfniffe gat feine obcr trenige SHiicffld^t ne'^men, beim Sefcn 
bet »iffenf(^aftUc^en SBcrfe, 3"tf^riftcn "♦ f- »• <i^et entmebet ganj unbrauc^Bat ftnb, obcr bc^ 
ben £efct ^auftg im <£tid^ lajfen. ®o flnb 3. S. in !etnem HsJ je^t erfd^ienenen SBorterbuci^e bie 
SBer^altnijye 9lorbamerlf a'iJ unb ber cngtifd^en ^olonien auc^ nur tl^eilmeife Beriicfftc^* 
tigt ttorben, obgleid^ biefe, befonberd fiir Deutfd|Ianb, taglic^ ivt^tiger twerben; fo gibt fein 2Bot« 
tcrbu^ bie auf ^anbel, !Dampfmafd^incn, Sifenba^ncn jc. bcjiiglic^en tec^nifd^cn Slui3» 
briidfe, obgleid^ englif^c, »ic beutfc^e 2Berfc unb 3"^f<^riftctt »on benfelben toimmetn, unb einc 
S3cfanntf(^aft mit benfelben fiir ben JReifenben, ben ^aufmann, ben BeHungfllefet k. 
immer not^wenbiger Juirb. Daplbe gilt son ben, ben S^iaturttJiffeufd^aften, bet S'iautit, 
g^ebijin, d^iturgie, Slnatomie, 9lec^t«»iffenf(6aft, ^:^iIofop:^ic, SJJet^anif, fo 
n?ie »on ben, bent unermef lichen ©ebiete bet neuern 3nbujlric angel)6rigcn, ftefent* 
lic^flen 3lu^brit(fen unb SBortern. 

Vix ttorliegenbe cngltfc^^beutfc^c S3anb lonnte ba^er, neben eincr fafl unglaublid^en Slnjal)! 
neuer SBebcutungen, mit me^r aU 20,000 nii^Iid^en SBilrtern, bic man in ben bia jie^t etfd^iej* 
nenen SBorterbiic^ern »ergebene fud^en toiirbe, bereic^ert tcerben. 

SDa^renb roir ung aber einet mit bet 2lu0be^nung unfet« 2Serfc« ijet^^altni^mapigen SBoUfian* 
bigfeit beflrebten, fonnte c3 uni nid^t entge^en, wie fc^wer, tuie unmogli^ e^ oft bem in ben ®eifi 
ber engli[d)en unb beutfc^en Siteratur unb SCiffenfd^aft tocniger Singewei^ten unb ^^auptfdc^Ud^ 
bem 2lnfdnger bei ben i^m gebotcnen ^iilf^mitteln ifl, fld^ in bem 8ab9rint^e bet nic^t flreng au»5- 
gefc^iebcnen, fcltcn »on paffenben, einfac^en unb juglei^ flaffifc^en SSeifpielen begleitctcn 2Gortbe* 
beutungen aurec^t ju finben. Diefem fo gropen Uebclflanbe fonnte man Ui timm SBcrfc . S)on fo 
ma^igem Umfange, toit bem unfrigen, am Qmdm'd^iQ^tn unb gro^tent^eilg nur burd^ eine mog= 
lic^fl ooflftdnbige, in« Sinjelne ge^enbc 3"glieberung jebcg SCorte^, fo toit burc^ eine met^obifc^c 
Sntroidelung ber ®runbbcbeutung "mit Srfolg 3U begegnen .:^offen. Dt unb in wie fern t»ir bic=> 
fen fo Joiinfc^engwert^en S^ed erreic^t, ob toir bie 'oitUn bamit oerfniipften ©d^roierigfcitcn immer 
mit ®liicf iibertounben ^aben, mitpn »Dir ber gntfc^eibung ciner erleuc^tcten ^ritif an^eimfteflen, 
glauben aber boc^ »crfl^ern ju lonncn, baf, fo weit fid^ bieiS bei cinem crflen SSerfud^c unb einer 
fo oupcr|l mii^famen Slrbeit erwarten Idft, bie flrenge 2lu3fd^eibung ber 2Bortbebeutungen, bie bei* 
gefugten Srlduterungen (in ^(ammern), unb bie baburc^ bejnjcdfte ^iarl^eit nid^t ttjenig baju bei* 
tragen i»erben, bem Scfcr ba« oft fo »iele 3"t raubenbe SfJad^fd^Iagen 3U crlcid^tern unb i^n fo 
Uiel ali moglic^ »or 9J?i§gri{fen ju bewa^ren. 

S3el Seftimmung ber ben englifd^en SBortcrn beigefiigten bejifferten 2lu«fprad^e ffnb loir l^aupt- 
fdc^Ud^ SCaller gcfolgt, o^ne jebod^ ncuere Drt^oepiftcn, trie ^amcfon unb 2Bebflcr babei 
ganj unberiidtflc^tigt 3U laffen, oft liegen berfelben auc^ eigene gorfd^ungen ju ®runbe, — SKa^ bic 

(VII) 



VIII f urrrte jur furapatfdjfti J'lusflabe. 

bicfcm S3anbc angel^angtc ©^nopflg anBelangt, fo umfaft btefelk Me Shorter, tie eon ben Bejlett 
unt) neueflen englifc^en Drt^oepiflen (©^^criban, SGalfer, 5)crr9, 3ottc3, ?5«tton unt> 
.^nigl^t, 3amefott, SDcbjlcr) Derfc^ieben au^gef^jroc^en toerben unb bitrftc ba^er SJianc^em 
eine toiUtommmt 3w9<i6e fein. 

©ie SBorworter (^ra^)of{tionen), wel(|c gcnjiffe Beiti^ortcr, Seiwortcr u. f. W. regieren, flnb, 
bcr ^iir^e tpegcn, ntit i^rer UeBerfe^ung gcrtJo^nlicft in ^lammern gegeben worben ; anS bemfelben 
©runbe 'i^at man aud^ t>ei gufammcngefc^tctt Seittwortern oft baffcll6e SSerfa^ren fcefolgt unb nur 
bag Betreffenbc ^thtnwoxt (2lb»erbtum) in ^Jarent^efe angemerft, o^nc bas 3eittt'ort felbfl ^u totes' 
ber^oten. 

Sluf bie 16ei (S:^affpeare sorfommenben ungcttjo^nlic^cn SBortcr, Slebcnsatten, 2Benbungen unb 
Sebeutungen ifl ganj fcefonbere 9tu(ff{d)t genommen loorben, unb man fonnte un^ sietteid^t ben 
SSorwurf ma6^tn, in biefer SSejtel^ung e^er ju »icl al3 ju toenig gcgcbcn gu l^a'^cn; bie tiefe S8e= 
wunberung, bie joir fur biefen Jperog ber neuen bramatifd^en Stteratur f egcn, ntoge in biefcm gatic 
uttij In feinen, aud^ in J)eutfd)knb immer jal^Ireic^er toerbenben S3cre|rcrn aU @ntf(^ulbigung 
bienen. 

3um ©(^lujfe fitgctt loir nod^ bie Srflarung Bci, baf in golgc beS unfcrer SlrBeit Big j[c^t 
getoorbenen Seifatig, ben toir jieboc^ Bei SCettem mel^r fluf bag Stngej^reBte, aU auf bag fc^on toixh 
lid^ ©eletjtete 3U Bejie'^en toijfen, wir eg alg unfere 5^flid)t anfcl^en, bie (Srf(^etnung beg gtveiten, 
beutf(^*englifc^en SBanbeg fo fe:^r gu Befc^Ieunigen, alg bieg Bei einer gritnblid^en ScarBeitung 
mogI{(^ ifl. Die oon ung getroffenen Slnjialten Bercc^tigen ung inbepn ju ber ^offnung, ba§ 
berfelBe fpatejleng Big jur Dflermep 1857 Dottjlanbig in ben ^anbcn ber \)cre|rlic^en ©uBffrtBen* 
ten fein Joirb* 

(Stttttgatt/ ben l» ^utti iSSAr 

Der TJeifafTcr. 



^tfldtung bet itt Mefem ^SSottethu^e t^ptfottttttett^en ^ei^en^ 



— irigt M( Sitber^oIuRS te< ittrtffenben englifi^d! SDorte« an. 

" idgt bit SEBieber^oIung itijKtnffmitn beutf^tn 3Dort(« on. 

^ (ba< ia tcr SBlat^ematil g{iriu(i(i4e} filci^, f« »icl alf. 

• ittaUtt 

t Kettig ottr ni<(t gcbrju^nt^ 

Z rig«itl(i(, (n dgcstli^m Cinne. 

t flaSrli^, <m (iUn^ra einnc. 

S anatmeine fDorticfccntuBg, in aUgantiiiciu 

( tcrtranliite €((rd6att 

) trisialc €itrri(art 

t in gnttn €innc. 

I im na^t^eiligoi einnCi 

t im vaAi^tU^tn @{nnt, droiric nnb 6potL 

I [((eriiaftc 2D6rt(r, (aunige ZMibtndt, (smif^c nob (nrlttte e^rdbart. 

S3oI|*fpra((c, im gemdntn Sibtn. 

Q gtmdnc, niebrlge Vlaibvudt unb StebnUartok 

5 er(abenc e^rdbait 

9 b<i(ttrif4. 

n eibelfpra^b 

Of Jen bJeft 3ri*tn b« trfttn 3ffffr Boran, fo gdta fl» fflr allc Stbtuhingen bti betrdftnben ©orte«; fte^en fie na« dner 3i|ftr, f» 
gfUen fft nor fitr bit ©ortbebtnhwg na* ba Slfftr. Ctt^tn jit «i*t unmittelbar na* ber 3lffer »sr rintm beutf*tn SDortt, fp btiie^tn fit 
f!4 auf Itfttertl. 



(IX) 



^dbeUe bet ett^tifd^en l^aiite, 

auf wetcfje tie 3«^t^n bcr bcjiferten SOBortcr ficf) bejiel)cn» 



rite, ffijt, tt)fe baa e in ftfH, S«ber. 

fir, foot, ttiie iai a fn Slor, aSater, fRat?. 

fill, fast, nie bai f^nabif^e a in fRati ob. ba« a itt bent S^etrric^if^en (alter. 

tit, fatt, ettca wie bai a in ®atte, iattt 

i M4, mi, ttie ba« f in mir, bir, (ier. 
^ mSt, ntett, mie bai e in fett, £ette. 

( Pine, feln, ttie bai ei in fein, lei«, eitet 

) fin, finn, ttie bai i in Jin, WlitttU • '2 

ITi, no(, »ie bai o in !not(, oQ. 
mftve, ntn», ttie baa u in SRuf, aJlttt?. 
n&r, nor, ttie baa o in ^ort, 91 orb. 
g6t, gott, ungefabr ttie baa o in gefottett. 
oil, oVi, fafl ttie baa au in ®r£uel. 
cl&&d, llaub, ettta ttie baa au in £$ an. 

Tibe, tjuB, ttie baa iu in 9«bel, Sube. 
tflb, tSb, ettto ttie baa o in ^Spfe. 
fAll, fun, ttie baa u in 9{u(L 

tMn, baa f^arfe ober f))i(e th, ttit in thank, think. 
THis, baa tiefe ober ntatte tli, ttie in bem SIrtilel the. 

G ttirb bart auagefpro($en ttie unfer beutfcbea g. @on ti abtx, ttie baa itanenif($e g bor i n. e, tteid^ auagefgro^en tterbeit, 
fo ift ea bur(5 ein J bejei(^ne{, ttie ginger, Jlnjxir (bf^inbfi^ur). 

S ttirb bort auagefpro^en ttie in sin, snn, ©Snbe, Sonne. ®ein tteic^er Zavt i^ bur$ x angebentet, ttie rose, raise, 
roze, raze. 

«h bat ben Sant ba franjbjlf^ett Jj j. 8. pleasure, pleihnre (plef^or)^ 



(X) 



©cfldtung bet tvi^ti^^en mhUv^nn^en, 

mldje in hie^em lDB6rterbud)e Dorfommcn. 



art. Stbeutet Ethiopia 


onfltlf. 


• Saxon ob. Anglo-Saxon. 


ar. Ob. atai. « 


- Arabic. 


arm. • 


• Armorlc. 


4alb. 


• Chaldee. 


Mrs. • 


• Cornish. 


bin. 


• Danish. 


b. ob. be«tf4 • 


• Qerman. 


cngL « 


• English. 


fr. 


a French. 


gatL • 


. GaeliOL 


flr. • 


• Greek. 


flcH. 


• Oothie. 


lltbT, 


• Hebrcir. 


(oO. 


• Dutch ob. Belglo. 


i4(. 


• Icelandic. 


ir. 


« Irish, Hlbemo-Celtto. 


it 


• Italian. 


(. eb. lat 


• LaUn. 


Otrf. 


• Persic, Persian, 


|>ort. . 


• Portngnese. 


ruff. 


« Bossian. 


fam. • 


< Samaritan. 


fon«f. 


• Sanscrit. 


fr. 


« Spanish. 


f*». 


• Swedish. 


for. 


• Syrlae. 


». Ob. uatL • 


. Welsh. 



a4f- adjective . 8e<»ort. 

adv. adverb Umflanbinort.^ 

eonj. conjunction SBinbtnort. 

conj. ob. autij. conJnnctiTe mode, sabJunetiTe . . AonjunlHv, (Subjunltib, gcinnbent Sform. 

dim. dlminntlTe iBeTndnerunet>oor& 

id. idem ebenbalfelbe. 

indie, indicative mode dnbilatio, anjdgenbe Slrt 

iTiterf. interjection (£mpf!nbung«n)ort, dttiftttniBort 

part, participle . . .' SRittdtoort. 

praet. preterit 3)rateritum, Bersangnte 3eit 

pp. participle past Snittdnort ber oereangenm 3dt. 

ppr. participle present ajlittelwort ber gfflcnttfirrtgtn 3rit. 

praep. preposition ^ SDerb^ItniStoort, SBorttort. 

pron. pronoun giirioort 

«. substantive ^auptaott 

(XI) 



XII €rklarun0 "bet njidjtiglHen J'lbhuraunflJti. 

pi. plural Wlef)tiaJ)l. 

sing, singular ffifnja^l. 

«. o. verb active Janbelnbe* ob. tJSHgc* SrittBott. 

«. n. verb neuter Seitwwt iif ajJittelflttttung, jujlantH^e* 3«{tttert. 

v.pass. verb passive letbenbeS iJeitmott. 

V. imp. verb impersonal jtnperfonli(^e« Seittfort. 

V. refl. verb reflected jururffe^renbeS ob. jurudwlrfenbe* StitWort. 

V. atix. auxiliary verb J^wIfiJcitlBort. 

Frov. a proverb or proverbial form of speech . ©pri^Jloort ob. fprii^ttortlt^e Sflebeniart, 

u unb. 

ob ober. 

b. ^ bai l^eigt. 

f. {le^e, man fe^e, vide. 

tc, etc. et caetera unb fo fprt. 

uBer^. [ fiber^aupt. 

«. f. »., »• f* f. unb To tseiter, unb fo fort. 

verb , »erber^i. 

jufammena jufammcnflcfcgt. 

iufammengci tufammengciogett 



©i*fcl)td)tc ^<rr ^irulrfdjen 3|Jmc|)e, 



von 



Sdfar U^ auf 20 il^etm Hn (^xoUxtx, 



4i tt 



Jrofeffor t)cr ncuern ©j^rad^cn, 33erfaffer »ott . le^rcieu 2lui3fpra(^=2B6rtertu(i^ern, Sefefcuci^ertt k. 



(XIII) 



©efd)id)te Iter fnglifdjen Siiradje, 

i5on Sdfar bis auf SSil^elm ben SroBcren 



J^ie ©efc^ic^te einer ©prac^e ijl cigenttid^ bic ©efc^td^te cinc3 55otf3. 3nt)em tt)tr bfe Slemcntc bet 
eincn ju crfenncn fuc^cn, miiffen tvir un(5 mit ben ©djicffalen beg anbern befannt mad)en; ober umge* 
fe^rt TOcnn t»ir bie ®ef(^i(^te einc« 2?oIfefi f^reiben woUen, gibt eg feine ft(i)erere 2lnbeutung feiner 
I^aten, alg bie S5eranberung ber ©prac^e; unb fo fitter njie ber 3nbtaner bie ©pur beg SBilbeg unb 
beg geinbeg im ®anbe unb feibfl nod^ im (5)rafc mit unfe^tenber <£id}cr^cit ttcrfolgt, ebcnfo icittcrt ber 
@ef(^ic^tf(^reiber in ber ©prac^c eineg SSoIfeg feine (Sroberungcn unb feine 9tieberfagen, feine gort* 
fc^ritte unb feine Stiidfatle in ber Gultur, feine Srt)ol)ung unb feine SlufliJfung, Sin 33oIf ift erfl 
tobt, wenn feine ®prad)e fclbfl tton ber Srbe »erfc^munben ifl. 

2t(g Gafar in SSritanicn einbrang, tjatte er n)ol)I feinegtwegg bie 3feff/ biefeg f anb ju unterjcdbcn ; 
cr ^ielt eg roa^rfdieinlic^ fiir ju n?eit entfernt ©on 9lom, urn eine ivirHii^c ^^rotjina SRomg 3U tverben, 
glaubte eg auc^ vicUeic^t nic^t ber 9)?ii()e n?ert^, SIrmeen iiber bag ftiirmifd)e SSlav gu fd)iffen, urn ganj 
wilbe Stamme ju unterjod^en. ©piiter »oUbrad)te Slulug ^^lautiug, cin gcbiegener gelbtjcrr, wag feine 
SSorganger cntweber nic^t fatten tJoUbringen tonncn ober iuotlen. (Jr l)ob feine I'egionen in ben 9?icber- 
lanben aug unb mit biefen untertuarf er ben fiib(id)en Jl^eil »cn 33ritanien ; i^m folgte Slaubiug, ber 
^aifer felbft, mit ftarfer ^eercgmac^t, unb begleitet yen feinen 5eib()errn ®alba unb SBefpaftan, burd)3og 
cr in fec^g3et)n lagen ben fiibUc^en I^eil won ©ritanicn unb be^jrcdte wenigfteng eine fd}cinbarc Un^ 
terroerfung. 3" liefer 3^** '»<»f t>ag 2anb l^auptfac^Iic^ tion feltifd^en ober gatlifcben S36Iterfd)afte»t 
ben?ot>nt; i^re Sprac^e njar biefelbf, bie mir je^t no(^ in Sr^^nb, in ben ^od)gebirgen »on ®d)ott(anb, 
in SCateg unb in ber SBretagne in granfreid) ftnben. 3n fccr erficn 3eit biefer Untenwerfung, bie »on 
Srprejfungen unb S3arbarei aflcr 2lrt begleitet mar, lonnten bie Sprad^e unb bie ©itten ber Sroberer 
feine gortfd)ritte mad}cn, aber alg enbltd) 3wliu^ 5lgricoIa babin gef^idt amrbe, oeriinberten fid) bie 
SBer^altnijfe bebeutenb; biefer gercd)te unb tapfere 9)iann ric^tcte in ftebcn 3a()ren mef)r aug, alg feine 
gefammten 53orfa^ren fcit ben 3fiten 3uliug (Safar'g get()an t)atten. Sr bcftrcbte fid^ nid^t nur bie 
Unterroerfung Sritanieng burc^ bie SBaffen augjubci)nen, fonbcrn burc^ SiUigfeit, 3wti"<i«cn «nb 
2)tilbe bag 33oIf an bie rijmifc^e ^errfc^aft ju gcmii^ncn, 3" einem 3fitraum con brei 3i^^ren fanb 
eine »iJUige 2Ienberung in ber offcntlidben 5)?einung ftatt. i£ie bceifcrten ftc^ nid)t nur bie ©praf^e unb 
Sitten ber 9l6mer anjujte^mcn, fte erbauten auc^ <3tdbte, lempel, Saulcngange unb anbcre offentUd)c 
®ebaube nac^ bem SKufier ber JRomer. Untcr friil)ercn Statt^altern n>ed)fe(ten Smporung nur mit 
Unterwerfung ab. !l:ie ©ered^tigfeit, womit 3lgricoIa 2lIIe be^anbelte, bie Unbulbfamfcit gegen afle 
^dn!e unb firpreffungen, bie Drbnung, bie er in alle 3>»'"gf ^ff ijffentlic^cn SBertvaltung einfiiljrte, 
mac^tcn ba^ jeber 35on»anb jur Smporung roegftel. ^urc^ me^rere erfoIgrcid)e .Krieggjiigc brang er 
immer weiter \)or unb fam enblid) big iiber Sbinburg unb ©laggcm t)inaug. ®Ieic^ nad) biefen Srobe* 
rungen lic§ er bag mittlere unb fiiblic^e S^ottlanb burd^ eine 9tei()e »on J^iirmen ober ©djan^en, bie er 
son einem SHeerbufcn big 3U bem anbern auffii^rte, trcnnen. ^Jein, er brang fpater noc^ weiter »or unb 
tterfe^te ben daleboniern eine empfinblic^e 5^iebcrlagc am Su^c beg @rumptan»(35ebirgeg. 2lug Sifer«= 
fuc^t wurbe inbejfcn biefer berii^mtc <Btatt^aUev in 85. n. S. abgerufen, nac^bem eg i^m atlein gc(un=' 
gen, Snglanb unb ©iibfc^ottlanb jur mabren riimifd)cn ^rotjin^ ju madjen. 

3n ben folgenben 3i»^«n, big 120, lefen wir ivenig iiber bie 33egeben()eiten in Sritanien ; eg fd)eint, 
ba§ bie Srobcrungen 2lgricoIa'g in ©d^ottlanb untcr feinen 5^adbfoIgcrn balb ttjieber »erloren gingcn. 
(Srft unter SIntoniug 5?iug, fc^eint SoUiug Urbtcug bag con Stgricola eroberte 2anb tpieber gewonnen 
unb bie 33arbaren Salebonieng auriidgeroorfen ju ^abcn. 



XVI (I5efd)ici)te "iter ev.i^lif^tn ^ifta(i)e. 

3tt 206 ober 7 ft^iffte (Se»eru3 felbjl mit einem fcebeutenben ^eere nac^ Srittanien iifcer, unb brang 
tveiter in ®d)ott(ant) »or. ^tcr fanb er bte Singefcornen auf ber niebrigften Stufe bcr SuUur. (Bit 
tvavtn fafl gauj uubefleibct unti feemalten. ober bejeic^neteu i^re ^orper auf anbere SSeife mit oerfc^ie* 
bcncn J^ieren. 3t)re SBaffeit k'ftanben ani einem flcinen ®d)i(bc, einer '>ian^e, einem 2DoIc^e unb 
einem ungefpit^ten plumpen ®c^i»erbte. Unter (Se»eru5 entftanb bie grofe romifi^e 9}iauer, bie ftc^ 
i?on @cliva9 bi^ an bie 3}Ziinbung bci? S^nn^gluffe^ erftrecft; auc^ fcaucte er »iele (Strapen unb SGcge, 
bie nod) je^t u^ter bem 9iamen riJmifc^er ©trap en befannt ftnb, unb njorunter jl^ ttorjiiglid) bie grope 
militarifi^e ©trape, bie tton 9icwcaft(e nad) SarliiSle fu()rt, au^jeic^net; biefc ©trape tpurbe unter 
Slgricota bcgonnen unb in 1752, fiinf3e^nl)unbcrt ^a^vc [pater, ijoUenbet. . 

2Bat)renb ber ^iit bap bie diiimtx im SSefi^ Snglanb^ tuaren, er^ielt o^nc 3iveifet bie (Sprac^e bee 
Seltcn, fowie fti^ bie romifi^e Siailifation mel^r unb me^r tterbreitete unb bie Scbiirfnijfe unb ber2uru3. 
fid) i)ermet)tten, eincn bebeutenben 3tttt'<»c^^ ^^ SCiJrtcrn, bie gewip griiptent^eilg son ben 9l6mcrn 
entle^nt njurben. 

Um ba^ 3a^r 288 "jvarb Srittanien tton einem SaraufiuS, einem iUJenapier (bie ?!)Zenapier waren ein 
SBoIf, bag ju biefer 3fit ^k ^^^ 51ieberlanben tvot)nte) angegriffen, unb biefem getang eg ftc^ jum ^onigc 
ju ma^en unb felbfl bie 9ii3mer ju jmingen, if)n aU ^IJ^itregenten anjuerfcnnen. @r warb inbep in 
297 i)on einem feiner ^rcunbe getobtet unb 23rittanien gcl)orte luieber ben Stomern an. 

2t(g 3)iocIetian unb ^DZarimian im 3al)re 304 ber .^aiferwiirbe entfagten, fte( SSrittanien ber ^err* 
fc^aft'beg Sonftantiug Gt)(orug ju. :Diefer gitrft ftarb im ^aijvt 307 ju SSoracum, nai^bem er mit 
Crfotg einen ?5efb3ug gcgen bie (iaicbonier unternommen l)atte. 

3n3Jt>if^en na^ete ftc^ bag romifc^e 9icic^ [einem gade, bie britani[d)en ^rowinjen tvaren nic^t langer 
0cftd)ert gegen bie SinfaUe ber norbif^en 23olfer, ber ?>i!ten, ©d)otten unb anberer. 35on 3eit 3U S^it 
fliirjten fid) bie[e aniben ^orben iiber bie [iiblic^en ^^romn^en, wa()renb bie (Badj^m bie ^ititen bebro^e* 
ten. 3w oer[c^iebenen 3citen jvurben romi[i^e ©enerale t)iniiberge[d)icft unb eg gelang it)nen auc^ 
toon 3eit 3U 3eit bie geinbe gu »ertreiben; aber faum I)atten fie ftc^ ent[ernt, [o erneuerten ftd) [d)on bie 
©inbrii^e unb enblic^ um bag 3at)r 420, feeina^e 500 3a^rc nac^bem Sa[ar guerfl auf ber 3n[el Ian* 
bete, 3ogen bie Slomer ab unb iiberliepen bie Sinmo^ner i()rem ®c^idf[ale. 

2)ap bie 33eooIEerung fic^ roa^renb ber 3eit ber JRomer bebeutenb oeranbert :^atte, ijl gewip. "^ie 
romi[c^cn ©olbaten t)atten nur wcnige grauen mitgebrac^t unb biejenigen, bie ft^ im Sanbc anftebelten 
ober auc^ nur eine 3ettlang ba fclieben, lebten, natiirlii^er 2Gei[e, mit ben eingebornen grauen. 2(u(^ 
tvaren eg nic^t Side 9iomer, bie auf ber 3n[el lanbeten, [onbern »iele ber jlrieger jvaren in granfreid), 
©elgien unb anbern Xl)eiten beg Sontinenteg geroorben. 

^ai bie ©prac^e anbelangt, [o tt)ar bie romi[(^c bie ber 33erjt>attung unb bie ber ®*ric^te, unb atlc 
©ingcborncn, ober biejenigen ^on »ermifd)ter 2i(b!un[t, bie bag 3lec^t ^tten auf ©tetten im ©taatc 2ln^ 
fprud) ju mac^en, mupten naturlid) biefe ©prad^e [pred)en. 3nbej[en roenn auc^ auf biefe 2lrt manege 
lateini[d)e 2BiJrter ber ©prac^e beg iganbeg ein»erteibf tuurben, wenn fte auc^ manege SBenbungcn unb 
2lugbrucfe annat)m, [o ijl bo(^ bag 2ateini[c^c nie jur 33aftg ber cnglifc^en Sprac^e, i»ie in ben anbern 
tomi[d)en ^^rosinjen, in ©panien, ^^ortugal unb granfrei^, gcttjorben, two felbjl bag 3;eutoni[c^e eg 
na^^er nid^t roieber »erbrangen fonnte. 

3n bie[e 3fit falft aud^ bie Sinfiifjrung beg St)riflent^umg unb mit tt)m bie ber gried)i[d>en ©prac^e; ob 
le^tere [pater iuieber gana t)erIoren ober ftd) unter ben ©ele^rten er^atten, ifl nid)t leid^t gu beftimmen. 

Dbgteii^ un[ere 9iac^rid)ten ijon ben ^eibni[^en Written [et)r biirftig ftnb, fo tt>iffen iuir boc^, bap 
fc^on [e^r friit) bie !Did)t!un[t unter i^nen bcftanben. ^^xt ©ebii^te, welc^e unter bem Jitel Dffian'g 
©efiinge 3u[ammengetragen, jeugen, bap fri'tf) unter ben, oon ben Stomcrn, ©foten, ^iften unb j^akbo* 
niern genanntcn 5>oIfern, ein t)eroi[d)er ®ei[t bor^anben, ber bem gried)i[c^en J»enig nad)gab. X;ie[c 
S>oIfer jvaren inbep nii^t, wie bie ©fanbinaoier, t>on germanifc^er Slbfunft, fonbern tvie aUe Urbenjo!^^ 
ner ber brittift^en 3nfel«/ bilbeten fte ein @(ieb ber celtifc^cn SBolferfamiite. 

gaft nur mit ben ^itnflen beg griebeng bef^aftigt, toaren bie 33ritten, wa^renb fie unter bem (Sd)u0c 
ber 9^omer ftanben, mef)r unb met)r »ertt?eic^Uc^t unb fonnten ben armen abcr friegerifc^en ^itUn unb 
©!oten nid)t met)r bie ©pi^e bieten. 

gfta6bcm bie 3ft6mer fte pcrlaffen, t:^eittcn fie ftd^ in »icle fleine (Staaten, bercn iebcr fetn cigeneg 
^aupt befap. SSortigern, einem biefer Slnfii^rer, gelang eg jeboc^ balb nad^'^tt, bie anbern 3U pcrbran* 



©ffrl)trf)te "iftv fngllfdjen ^prar()e. xvii 

gen unb f!(fi inm ^crrn te3 ?ante3 ju mat^en. 3etoc^ unfd^ig, tag Janb gcgcn t^ic Sfoteii uut) 
Stiffen ju ttertfjcibigcn, fa^ er ft(^ nacb frembcr ^iilfc urn, unb glaubtc btcfe bet ben fad))lfd)en 5>oItern, 
tie ju biefcr 3fit tote .^iiflen ber 9lorbfee beiuo()nten, §u ftnbcn. 3)icfc 2?6lter hjaren fd)cn langjl ali 
fiifjne Seefa^rer unb (Secrauber, bic bie brittifc^cn unb gallifc^enilujlcn jur 25erbef[erunc| tljrci? Sebcni?^' 
unterfeatteg oft ^etmfuc^ten, bcfannt. S3ortigcrn f^fef bat)er etnen SScrtrag mit ^engifl unb ."porfa, 
gtrei fad^ftf^en gii^rern, na(!^ welc^em man i^nen SCo^nj^Id^e auf einer fleinen ^n\d einvaumen fotltc, 
ttjogeg^n fie bai3 ?anb gegen bie friegerifdyen Sfoten unb 5>tften »ert^ctbigen foUten (449). 

3)icfer 3n'ecf warb roo^l auf hir^e 3eit erreidjt, aQein bie Sac^fcn, beren 3»iP fi* fc^nell burc^ neuc 
f anbungen i^rer 33riiber tterme^rtc, fa^en balb, ba§ fie ben friebliebenben, »ertreidilic^tett 23rittcn weit 
an ©tdrfe iibertegen waren; fie tocrme^rten ba{)er i^rc gorberungen unb aU man i()nen bicfc ijcrtrci- 
gcrte, fingen fie an 'oon bcm Janbc 33efi0 ju nc^mcn, ju beffen 33ertf)eibigung man fie berufen :^atte. 
gnblic^ fc^Ioffen fie fogar Siinbniffe mit ben geinben ber SBritten unb \>ertricben bic lei^tcrn faft ganj 
aui ben ebenen ©egenben ber 3nfel. Unmoglic^ fonntcn biefe bnrc^ bic ^iinj^e unb bai3 2So(}ncben 
tterweic^Iic^ten Wolttx ben 9on 3»genb an an jlrieg gewc^ntcn ©aci^fen, beren 3*1^1 nod) ^tU burd) 
neuangefommcne @^aaren ttermebrt murben, mibcrfteben. 2luc^ i()re ^rieflcr, anflatt ibnen ben d)rift* 
lichen Sricben unter ft(^, unb Sinigfeit gegen bie Ijcibnifc^en ^olUx ju prcbigen, t)crtt>ideltcn fie noci^ 
jregen »erf^iebener IDogmen in iidu^Iid^c 3n>i|lc. 

2lu(? ben (Sbenen oertricben unb aui bem jejAigen SK?ate5 unb dornwatti^ in bie »efllid)cn ^cd^Ianbe 
gebrangt, fanben fie inbeffen cinen i^eit itjrcr friil)crn j^raft jvieber unb »eretnigtcn fid), bcm geiubc 
crnfllic^ ju wiberfle^en. 

Unterftii^t ipon ben (5intt?obncrn ber S?rctagne, jvc'bin fcbon fritter, unter ber JRiJmcr^errfdbaft, ein 
S^cil ber SBritten ausJgewanbcrt, gclang cd i^nen and} ivirflid) ben ®ad)fen ju tviberf^ebcn. <2ie tuag:= 
ten fi^ felbfl au« ben ©cbirgen l^croor, unb ei fc^icn einc 3fitlang, ali ob fie bie i^nen cntriffenc 
^errfc^aft uneber crobern trcflten. S^d 9Kdnner jeic^neten fid) tiorjitglid) in tiefer 3eit i()rer Srman=' 
nung au<5; ber SBritte 3lrtl)ur unb Jlmbrcfiud, ein SIbfiJmmling einer romifd^cn gk^niilie; erftcrcr ()attc 
ben Dberbefei)! big jum ^al)xt 515, Ic0tercr »on bicfer 3cit biiS 542, S3eibe ^elbcn, bcfonbcrtf 2lrtt)ur, 
Wurbcn baburd) fet)r beriil)mt, unb it)re 3;t>ateu, tjorjiiglic^ bic beg crftcrn, finb in ben ©cfiingcn unb 
Siebern ber Written oer^errlic^t. 

9?a* ibrem lobe trcnntcn fi^ bie Written tton ^aUd unb Scrntrallig in i>iele Heine .^errfc^aftcn ; 
fic blieben tt5o^I noc^ cine 3cit(ang unab^angtg, allcin an einc S3et)auptung i()rcr 5rci()eit ober bie 
SBiebereroberung beg 93erIorncn, tear nid)t mebr ju benfen. Die (3a(^fen fe0ten fid) fiir immcr in bem 
brittifdicn ?anbe fcft; bicfeg ivarb fpiitcr nac^ ben 3(ngcln, einem ber eingcwanberten fdf^ftfd)en ©tdmmc, 
Snglonb genannt, fotric man bic Srobcrer felbfl, jum Untcrfd)icbe »on i^ren (gtammycnuanbten in 
Dcutf^Ianb, 3lngelfad^fen nannte. 

2lQe 3lnfiibrer, ^Haric, Ibcoboric, Gtooig, 2l(boirt, ttjelAc teutonif(^c D^naflicn in ben Continental* 
9)roijin3en ber Stomer griinbeten, waren eifrige Gl)riftcn, bie (5ad)fen im ®egent^eil brac^ten 'oon ben 
Ufern ber (SIbe i^rcn !^cibnifd>en 3lberglaubcn nat^ Srittanicn ; auf bem Sontinente Icrnten bie Srobcrer 
»on ben Unterjoditen, in Srittanien rotteten bie (Sacbfen mit bcm G()rifient^um aKc Ueberblcibfel ber 
Tomif^en Gultur unb <Bpvad)t aug, fie bebaupteten it)ren 9?ationa(=St)arafter, ma()renb bie in 3taUcn 
unb (gpanien eingebrungenen leutonen rijmifc^e SBilbung, ©itten unb <Bprad)t anna^mcn. 

3ebo^ enblic^ fing eg an ju tagen. ^unbertfiinfjig 3a^re nac^ ber Sroberung imtrbe bag S^riflcn* 
t^um njieber cingefii^rt. 5(ber bag Sic^t fam nid)t »on ben bena(^barten, friiber ?um Gbriflcnt^um 
befe^rten 3rlanbern unb (Sc^ottcn, auc^ nicbt »on ben granfen auf ber anbern ©cite beg Ganalg, eg 
!am pon 9tom. J^er romifc^e 33ifc^off, ©regor ber ®rope, t)atte ben gHtd(id)en ©ebanfen, 5J?iff{ondrc 
nad^ Gnglanb ju fenben. 5ln ber ®pi0c bicfer SO'Jiffiondrc ftanb Slugufttnug, ber nacb^erige erftc 
S3ifcboff »on Canterbury. !Der Srfoig bicfer 5)?i|'fton irurbe bebeutenb baburc^ beforbert, bap bic &cf 
mat)(in (Et^clbertg, beg ^onigg »on .Kent, bcm flc^ allc angclfadbftfci^cn OM^^ften, mit 2lugna^mc beg 
Jltonigg Pon 9?ort|umbcrIanb, untcrworfen fatten, cine S^riftin war. S^er^ t)iclt ber ^onig bie 93^if* 
ftonare fiir 3aubcrer, aber won feiner ©emabtin cincg 33cffern belcbrt, ertaubte cr i^nen ni^t nur im 
iantt i^re ?cf)rc ju verbreiten, fonbern Hep fic^ im ^aijxt 597 felbfi taufcn. 

I)te ^ricfter ber 3rldnbcr unb <Bd)otUn, bic, felbfl an cine aupcrfl flrcngc ^loflcrjud^t gctvo()nt, bicfc 
and^ unter bic 556Ifcr eingefii^rt fatten, ^tten fid^ wcnig 3ur 33efc^rung ber roilben, an grci^cit ge* 



xvin (Bcfd)\d)te Itt cnoUfdjtn .^pradjf. 

tvo^ntcn 5(n(jelfa(^fen gectgnet. !Dic fAnelle 5>erbreituttg be5 (S{)rtftcnt^umg unter ben 2lngelfflc^ffn 
mitiJen jrir groptcnt^eil^ ber 2lrt unt> 2Ccife 3ufc£)reiben, une bic italienifc^en SOJonc^c ftc^ bei ber 33e= 
fel^rung bena:^men, 3nt)ctn f!c unter ftd) felbft feie firengfic 3u<^t unb (Snt^altfamfeit augiibtcn, bc=» 
^anbelten jte tie ^fieubefel^rten mit ber moglic^ften 9?acfcftc^t, unb criaubten i|nen jiebe mit ber (^riftUdjen 
Wloml irgenb ju i)ereinigenbc gvei^eit. Salb nat)mcn inbeffen au^ bie fcrittift^en 9}?on(^e Zl)iU an 
ber Sefe^rung ber Slngelfac^fen, inbem fte ^udjtm ba^ (S^riftent^um in 9?ort^umberlanb ju »erbreiten. 
21(5 fpater bur(^ ben neuen ©lauben bie 2)erMnbung mit 3^om tvieber :^ergeftet(t luurbe, gemannen a\i^ 
bie 2lngelfac^fen na^ unb nad) bebeutenb an allgemeiner 53i(bung. J^ierju tarn noc^ bie ©itte a«f, 
ba^ bie angelfac^ftft^en ^onige in ii^ren fpatern Sebensjjaijven bag 33u§geti?anb aniegten unb eine ^il- 
gerfa^rt nad) 3ftom mac^ten. 3m at^ten 3a^rr)unberte ft^idte man toiele junge Seute nad) Sflom, urn 
bafelbft i^re Silbung 3U cmpfangen; bicfc fatten bafeibft cine eigcne (Sd)nle unb »on nun an Ijattt 
Gnglanb titc^tig gebilbete ©cle()rtc, bie feltft in anbern ?anbern anfingen bcrii^mt ju iwerbcn. 

Unter Sgbert, ^onig »on SSej^er, murbe am ®nbe ba^ ganje Sanb ber 2lngelfad)fen, mit Sluana^mc 
»on 9)Zercia, i?ereinigt. Der tt>ic^tigftc atlgemeine G()arafter3ug, ber bie angelfac^ftfc^en Woihx [i^on langc 
oor Sgbert au^jcic^ncte, inar ber biefem 3?oIfe eigene ©inn fitr biirgerlid)e Drbnung; biefer entfaltetc 
fid) unter i^nen t>iel friit)er, tuie hei anbern 5?D(fern. ©c^on in 620 ^ellte Sbann »on 5^ort()umberlanb 
bie feit ber Sroberung SnglanbS in 33ergej[en^eit gerat^enen, alten fdc^ftfd)en ©efe^c luiebcr t)er, fcrgtc 
fitr bie })otijei(ic^e ©ic^er^eit unb felbft fiir bie SequemUd)feit ber JReifenbcn. ^toc^ meBr (jeid)nete ftc^ 
3na i)on SBejJer (688 — 726j au3; er gab feinem 3SoIfe fe^r tierftanbige, i^rcn ©itten entfpred)enbc 
©efe^e, ^ob bie jur Sultur unb 33i(bung bienenben Slnftalten unb fud)te burc^ ^eiratt)g»erbinbungett 
3ir>ifc^en ben ©ac^fen unb ben untermorfcnen 23ritten eine 35erfd)mel3ung beiber 9Tationen ju beiwerf* 
fteiitgen. iBi^^er ^^atten bie angefe()enercn (Sad)fen, anftatt 33rittinnen 3u ^eiratl)en, e0 ttorgejogen, ftc^ 
:^cibmfc^e 2Beiber ani i^rem alten 2^aterlanbe ju !^oIen. Dbglei^ nun burd) bie eiuigen .Kriege ber 
2lngelfac^fen bag 35oIf oft mieber in feine 3Io:^t)eit juritdfanf, fo lebte boc^ in bemfelben ber ©inn fur 
5)oefie, ben fte fc^on son it)rem 2?aterlanbe mitgebrac^t I)atten, fo Jvie fur bie aUgemeine 33ilbung fort, 
n)ai)renb bei ben bamaligen i^r^^n^^n faum ein ?ieb ertonte. 

©gbert ^atte aU junger Wlann am feinem Canbc 5Beffer flie^en mitffen, inbem it)m bie J^errfd)aft 
t»on 23riti)eri^, einem ber ©ro^en beg Sanbeg, entriffen ir>urbe. Sr begab fid) an ben J^of ^arl'g beg 
@rof en unb le'^rte erfi nac^ bem Jobe 33rit()erid)'g in fcin 35ater(anb juritd, tt)0 er fogleid) i)on feinem 
55o(fe alg ^errfi^er anerfannt jourbe. ?Bie fc^on eriva^nt, untermavf er fK^ bie itbrigen ange(fad)ftfd)en 
atei^e unb mit i^m fangt bie eigentlid)e ©cfd)id)te Snglanbg an. Unter feiner Stegierung foU and) 
biefer ^lamt erft aufgefommen fein. 

SGir fommen nun ju einem Jbeitc ber ©efc^ic^tc, tuel^er auf bie ©prad^c beg Sanbcg twiebcr eincn 
bebeutenben Sinfluf augitben muftc. 

Unter feinen nacbften 35organgern t)atten bie 9tormanner, ober toxt fte in ber engtifc^en ©cfc^ic^tc 
genannt tverben, bie !Danen, angefangen, in i:^ren Staubfa^rten bie ^itflen toon gngtanb t)eim3ufud)en. 
Unter (Sgbcrt ioav bag Sanb lange son biefer ^lage »erfc^ont geblicben; enblid) aber erfc^ienen biefc 
gtauber in grower gJZcnge me^rere 3a^« l^inter einanber. (Egbert, obgleic^ n{d)t immer glitdlic^ im 
^ampfe mit i|nen, feeing jte boc^ met)rere 50^ale. 2Bir mitffen ^ier nid)t unbeac^tet lajfen, ba§ ggbert 
nic^t »on alien untenoorfenen ©taaten bie JliJntgc toertrieben t)atte, aut^ t)atte er bie ®itcnagemot'g 
ober SBerfammlungen, morin ber ^iinig fic^ mit bem 2tbel iiber gemiffe atlgemeine Slngelegen^eiten be- 
riet^, nic^t aufge^oben. Unter biefen Umftanben fonnte man auf feine aUgemeine Sinigfeit rec^nen, 
^jorjitgUc^ ba biefe gitrften i^re frit()ere Unabl)angig!eit nid)t oergejyen fonnten. ^atte (Egbert einen 
fraftigen unb energifd)en 9?ac^foIger ge^abt, ber im ©tanbe geirefen loare, bie neu errid)tete 9)?onar^ie 
aufred)t ^u er^alten, fo tttlire (Englanb »iet Unglitd erfpart worben. 

(Egbert ftarb im 3a^re 836, nad)bem er fei.iem ©o^ne (Etl)el»ulf bag 9^eid) unget^ciU iibergcben 
tjatte. Unter biefem fd)njac^en ^onig njurben bie !Danen immer breijter, famen in immer grof erer 2(n= 
30^1 unb btieben enbtic^ in 851 einen ganjen JBinter, t»onac^ fie ft^ in Sngtanb feftfc^ten. gt^elreb, 
ber britte ©o^n figbert'g, ein tapferer ^rieger, batte tt)a()renb feiner ganjen 9tegierung mit ben 3)5nen 
ju fampfen. X)ai ^rieggmefen irar inbeffen bei ben Slngelfa^fen fct)r fd)Iec^t, unb bie Slnja^I ber geinbe 
»erme^rte ftc^ burd^ beftanbige neue Bwfu^ten fo fe^r, ba^ (Et^elreb bei atC feiner Japferfeit i^ncn 
feinen 5Gtter{tanb leiften fonnte ; fte breiteten ftc^ itber bag ganje Sanb aug, t)eritbten bie fd)redlic^ilen 



®raufam!ettett, jerflortcn ganjc ©tatte unb griinbeten ent)Ii{^ in ^iorf^um^ierranb efn normannifd^* 
cnglifc^e^ 3fleic^. SCeffey bc^auptetc ffd^ no(^ am langflen, wcil ^icr (St^elreb'g Sinflu§ am gro^ten 
wor, aUein au6i ^ler muptc cr cntUi^ t)cn immcr ncu oerflarften geinben weic^cn. ®r liefertc i^nen 
in cittern 3«^fc brei ocrfc^icbeitc ©c^Iac^tett ; iit ber crflctt flegte er, in ber jiteiten muf tc cr flc^ juritcf:* 
jic^cn unb in bcr britten tt>arb cr ganjlic^ gefc^lagen. Salb barauf flarB @t!^clrcb unb l^interliep bag 
3leid^ feincm jiingcrn S3rubcr Sllfrcb. 

I)icfcr, na6^t^tx bcr ®ro§c genannt, ifl cine bcr mer!tt)iirbtgjlen Srf^cinungcn in bcr mcnfd^Iic^ett 
®cf(^i^te. Sr ijerbanb ©^tau^eit, ©taat^flug^cit, ®elef>rfamteit, ©inn fitr Drbnung itnb 0lec^t unb 
fic^tc grommtgfeit mit ciner folc^cn Japferfeit unb Slu^baucr, ba^ cr in feincm ^ampfe mit ben !l)ancn 
ber 2BeIt ben 33ett5ctg gab, wai timi cinjigen 9)tanneg ®eift unb SDille, auc^ gegen bic groptc auperc 
Ucbcrmac^t, »crmag. ©Icid^ im Slnfangc feincr 9legierung anberte cr bic 2lrt unb 2Beife, mit biefen 
rauberifc^cn, tapfern unb frieggetoof)nten ©c^aren ju flreiten ; cr na^m anbcrc (Seerauber in feinc 
S)ienflc unb griff bic Ddnen, n^cld^c nur Heine ga^rjeuge 'fatten, mit gropern (5d)iffcn an, um ttor alien 
Dingen ben fc^on in Snglanb anfafflgen Danen, bie bcftanbtgc 5>erflarfung abjuft^ueiben. ©cine 
^raft reid^tc jcbod^ nid^t au^, bie 2a\)l ber ^cinbe ttju^g ungea^tet aUcr SBcrluftc, bic fie eriitten; bic 
2(n get fad) fen »eIoren ben Wut^ unb Jeber fd)ien nur auf fcinc cigenc ©ic^er"^e{t bebad^t ju fein. Sltfrcb 
fa^, bap auf bem gcroo^nlic^en JGege leine 3tettung mcgli^ fei. Gr bef^Iop alfo, ben ^ampf auf 
cinige Beit ganj oufjugeben unb bic SBirfung bcr 5?eT3n?eifIung abjuroartcn. (5r fliic^tctc fld^ mit »c- 
nigen ^i^cunben unb feinen 9)ri»atbiencrn in bic ©iimpfe unb 33riic^c ijon ©omerfetf^ire. ^icr ttcr* 
f^anjte cr ftc^ unb Icbtc langere 3fit in gropcm ?WangeI. SBon biefem feincm SBerftecfc aui bcgann er 
ben fteincn ^ricg, mac^tc ©treifjiige gcgcn bic um^erfc^tvarmenben geinbc, gab baburd^ feinen Seuten 
bag ©elbftocrtraucn njtebcr unb »erfc^afftc fld^ bic ?WitteI, immcr mc^r ^riegcr erna^ren ju fonncn. 
9la^ unb nac^ fammclten bic ®ad)fen fic^ in gropcrer ^a'\^\ um i^n l)erum unb balb ttjar feinc ©djaar 
fo ftarf, bap cr wagen !onnte, ti mit cinem ganjen banifd)cn .^eerc unter bem ^onig ©ut^rum aufju- 
neljmen (878). Sr f(^(op biefcg cnge ein unb nijtbigtc ®ut()rum, ben freien Slbjug mit bem S5cr«' 
fprec^en ber J^ulbigung unb ber S5cfe()rung ixim G^rtftentbum 3U erfaufett, jrogegen Slifrcb i^m eriaubte, 
ftc^ mit ben ©einigen in 9?ort^umberlanb unb Dftangcin niebcr3ulajfcn. ©d)on ein 3a^r nac^'^cr 
jtrang er cine frif^c Stauberf^aar, bic ben ©iiben bebrof^te, pd^ ju i^ren 53riibern unter ®ut|rum ju 
begebcn. 2n<5 STIfrcb auf bicfc 2Bcifc nac^ unb nac^ cinen gropen J^cil beg 9icid^g ttcn ben geinben 
befreit ^attc, fuc^te er fein uortgeg ^O'iittcl n?iebcr ber»or; cr licp ©d^iffe erbauen unb fammclte ©cc* 
Icute »on tierfc^icbenen ^iiflen, njctc^c gcrn !Cicnftc bei i^m nal)men, t»cif fie fid) unter feincm ©d^irm 
mit bem JRaub bcr ©canbinaoicr bcrcidt)crn fonntcn. S3alb ^attc er cine glotte, jrclc^e bic ©ee l^alten 
fonnte unb obglei^ fcl^e mit ^Utttn ie^iger 3fit »erglid)cn, nur fe^r unbcbeutcnb erfd^eincn mag, fo 
mup man fie bod^ alg ben ^eim ber engl{fd)cn glottc anfel)cn, njoburd) biefcg 5>olf fo grop unb in alien 
l^cilcn bcr Srbc fo mad^tig geiDorben. Der 3wit<int Snglanbg »crbeffertc fl^ in3tDifc£)en. 5l(freb 
genjann Qtit, feinc (Snergie auf bic JCicber'f)erflenung unb bie JOiebcrcrbauung ber ©tabic unb ©d^Iojfcr 
ju ri(^ten, au^ erbaute cr neue, wo ben ©ccraubern cine f anbung Iciest ivcrbcn fonnte. (Er toerbefferte 
bic ©cfc^c, eriaubtc ben ^eorlcn (.Kerlcn) ober freien 33iirgcrn unb Sauern an ber 9)htnicipalregie- 
rung Stnt^cil ju ne:^men. 5tlfreb njoUte nur ber erftc eincg freien 2?oIfcg fein unb ti?ie tvcife unb ben 
norbifc^en iColfcrn jUfagcnb feinc ©taatgcinric^tung gcroefen, getjt beutli^ baraug ^er»or, bap, menu 
fotd^c auc^ auf cine 3eitlang burc^ bic ©fanbina»tcr ober 3janen uitb fpater burd^ bic franjoftfdjen 
«Rormanner crfc^iittert tt^urbe, bicfe ^rcnbcn bennod^, fobalb fte Snglanber gemorben, twieber 3U ber^ 
felbcn Drbnung ber Dinge juritdfe^rtcn, \a, bap bicfc flc^ im SBcfcntUd^en, big auf ben l^eutigen lag, in 
(Snglanb cr^attcn ^at. gngtanb erfreute fic^, tt?ic eg in ben G^ronifen ^eipt, einer fo gropen ©i^er« 
^eit unter Sllfrcb'g JRegierung, bap ein 25[Janbcrer, hjcnn cr auf ber Sanbftrapc Slbenbg feinc 33orfe 
ttcrloren ^attc, fic^ mit bcr ®etvip^cit, fie am anbern 5«orgcn wieber 3U flnben, nicbcrlegen fonnte. 

3m 3a^rc 893 lanbeten ni(^t nur 3tt)ci grope banifc^e glotten 3U gleid^er 3eit an bcr englifd^cn Stifle, 
fonbern eg er^obcn fid^ and:) bie in 5Rort^umbertanb unb D^angcln angejtebcltcn Sarbaren, beren 
^onig, ©utbrum, furj »or^er geftorben wax. 3lllcin Stifreb t)Otte feincm 3teid)c burd^ feinc meife unb 
umfic^tigc SRcgicrung {c^t cine Beftigfeit gegebcit, bap felbft biefe breifadjc ®efa^r eg ni^t erfc^iittern 
fonnte. ««ac^ cinem breija^rtgcii ^ampfc wurben bie 5cinbc t^cilg na(^ ^ranfreic^, t^eilg nad^ 



XX ©rfd)td)te tier engltfrDcn <??f'i?{^«> 

9?ovl^uml)erlfant> ttnt> Dflangtln auriidfgejagt, unt> magten, fo langc U)r ©icger UW, feinen neuett 
Slngriff, 

^Ifreb forgte iebo(^ nit^t aUein fiir bag auf ere SBo^l feinen SSoIfeS, er fcefc^aftigte ftd^ mit bcmfelkn 
§Ieife mit i^rer p^ern SuUur. Ungeac^tet feincr ^riegc unb feiner aiegierungggefc^aftc, fanb er 
bennoc^ 5Hu^c, feltfl ^aub an bie Siteratur gu Icgen; er fammelte bie alten Sieber feinen ^olU unb 
ijcrfaftc in bemfelfeen ®eifle unb bcrfelbcn <S>pxad)t neuc^elbengefange. Sr jieltte bie @d)ulen Sng* 
lanbg, bie Ui ber 3crflorung ber .^irc^en unb ^liifler untergegangen njaren, tcieber ^er, er krntc felbjl 
noc^ im 9)?annesaltcr bie Iateinif(i>e ©prac^e, erneuerte bie 33erfcinbung mit 3ftom unb trug fiir bie 
bort ^efle^enbe (Sac^fenf(^ure ®orge; an6^ berief er ©elepte noc^ Snglanb, <Btint 3;ptigfeit war, 
o"6gteicf) er pc^ nie einer guten ©efunbt)eit erfreute, faft un'6egreifli(^, er ^interlie^ auf er &iclen Ucber* 
fe^ungen, 2Berfe iiber ©eograp^ic, Slu^jiige auS ben ©efe^en ber Slrojaner, ber ©riec^cn, ber iBtitten, 
ber ©ac^fen unb ber 2)anen, bie ©efe^c ber 2Bcfl-(5a(^fcn, ein 33ud) gegen ungereii^te 3li(^ter unb noc^ 
»ielc anbere, 2)a3u mar er au^erfl iefc^eiben unb fc^rieb feine 35erbien|le in ber Siteratur fiet^ auf 
Sftei^nung ber ©elepten, bie it)m jeboc^ oft burc^ tt)re ^ebanteric unb Streittgfeiten unter flc^ faft eben 
fo »icle SJJii^c mac^ten, n)ie bie Danen. ©ein gro^teS 33erbien^ bicifct jebocl), bap er ftet3 basg 9ied)t 
unb bie ©efe^e fc^it^te, Drbnung unb 3;^atigfeit unter feinen Untert^anen forberte unb ben ©inn fiir 
{5rei:^eit, 3u^t unb ^au^Iic^feit, ber bem beutf^en (Stamme angeBoren ij^, ju er:^alten unb ju na^ren 
fuc^te* £r fel6|l blieb feinem 35oIlc in ©cftnnung unb Se'^en^meife bag fdionfle 33ortiIb. 2Bic er mit 
feiner 3eit forgfaltig gu «Rat:^e ging, eBenfo ^ax er audi) in feinen Sluggafcen auf ijerniinftigc 2Beifc 
fparfam» Sr fammelte feltft in feinen le^ten 2eBengjat)rcn, m Stu^e »on innen unb au^cn ^errfd)te, 
einen Bebcutcnben ©c^a^ fiir feine S'iac^folger. Diefer toaf^x^a^t grof e ^onig j^arfc im 3ape 901» 

<Seitt ®o^n unb 9lac^foIger (Jbuarb L, ^atte in ben erften 3a^ren feiner Stegierung einen ^Setter ju 
Mamp^m, ber i^^n mit ^iilfe ber Danen »on 5fiort:^um6ertanb unb Dftangein an jliirgen fuc^tc, jule^t 
afcer felbft im ^am^jfe erf(i)(agen marb. %u^ fpater erp6en fi^ bie !Danen wteber, unb nic^t aMn 
gegen fic l^atte Sbuarb ju fampfen, fonbern bie 9tormannen, bie pc^ urn |enc Qtit in f^ranfrcjc^ niebev= 
gelajfen, mac^ten puftgc Janbungen an ben ^iiftcn son Sngtanb. Sr fc^Iug fie inbep gliicflid^ juriitf. 
2tuc^ mit ben SBritten, ben ©d)otten unb ben eintuo^nern »on 9)?ercia ^atte er ^riege 3U fii:^ren, bag 
le^tere untertuarf er tootlig, unb bie ^onige tton Sc^ottlanb, ST^aleg, 9^ortt)um6ertanb unb Cftangclu 
ntupten {"^n, wenigj^eng bem 9lamen nac^, alg ^i?nig ancrlennen. 

2tlg Sbuarb im 3a:^rc 924 flarb, folgte i^m fein (2ot)n 2lt^elftan, ber tapfcrjle 9}?ann feiner 3eit. 
2Bo^I beburftcn bie Stngelfad^fen, bie felbjl burd) bie neu bclebtc Sultur anflngen, weid^Iic^er gu Jverben, 
eineg folc^en 9}?anneg. 3n ben norblid^en 3:l)eilen beg tRddji Inlbeten bie Danen bie Wt1^xial)l ber 
(SintDO^ner, felbfi im 3nnern ber iikigen 2;^eile unb in Srtanb I)atten fte ftc^ angepebelt unb an ben 
^iijten fatten fie mefcrerc (Jolonien, bie fletg »on grof en ©c^aren ©canbina»ier »erftarft tcurben. 
^icrgu fam nod^ ber alte ®tamm:^a§ ber Srittcn unb Sc^otten, unb eg tijar ijergeBeng, baf Sltl^elftan 
ft^ gu l^elfen fuc^te, inbem er feine (Sd)»cftcr mit (Sigtpicf, bem ^onige »on 5f?ort^umBerIanb wer^- 
nta^Itc; ber SSarbar serftiep feine ©ema^Iin unb fe^rte felbfi gum ^eibent^um guriid. 2tt^elfian ftel 
fogteic^ in (Sigt'f)rid'g Sanbe ein unb toerjagte bie ®6t)ne fcineg (2d)ttjagerg, ber gerabe gu biefer 3eit 
gcfiorben »ar. fiiner »on biefen, DIaf, fto^ gu feinen 5>erwanbten in 3rlanb unb ijon biefen gum 
Slnfiiper ertva'^It, leT^rte er an beren ©pi^e nad^ Snglanb guviid; donftantin, ber 2Ingefe|enjle »on ben 
fc^ottifc^en giirpen, f^lof ft(^ an i^n an; Sugcniug, ber 33et)errfd)er ber in Sumberlanb tuol^nenbcrt 
Written, benu^tc biefe ©etegen^eit, nm einen I^eil ber it)m 'oon Sbuarb cntrijfenen Sort^^eite mieber 
gu gewinnen; cnblid^ tx^oUn ft(^ aui^ ttiele ber in Snglanb anfiifflgen 3^anen, unter beren gw^tern 
ber aug 9lort»cgen bertriebene ©o^n ^aratb ^aarfagr'b, @rid) Slutart, ber bebcutenbftc war. Sttte 
biefe' geinbe ttereinigten fid) gu cinem gropen ^eere unb liefertcn ben Slngelfac^fen bei SBrunaterg einc 
cntf(^eibenbe ©^tac^t 937. T)ie lectern waren an 3a^I unb .^raft ber tierbiinbeten 9)?ac^t i^rer ©eg* 
ner feinegwegg gewad^fen ; attcin Slt^eljlan unb fein SSruber Sbuarb waren alg ^etb^erren ben ro'^en 
gii^rern, bie i^ncn entgegcn ftanben, tveit iiSertegen. ©ie erfod)ten einen glangenben ©icg unb bie 
©^lac^t bet Srunaberg lefete nic^t nur in ben ?iebern ber 5lngclfa^fen, fonbern auc^ in benen beg 
fernen ©canbindtiieng fort. 3e0t war einmat wicber 9tu^e im ?anbe, wie man fte feit ber 3fit 2IIfreb'g 
nic^t gefannt. ^ad:^ biefem ©iege mad^te ftc^ 2ltt)elftan gum ^errn 'oon gang Snglanb. @r legtc ben 
SSrittett einen ^arten 3;ribut auf unb gwang bie S^anen son 9?ort^umberIanb, s>on feiner ^anb einen 



©cfd)t(f)te tier fnjjHfiJ)eti S'pradjf. '^ xxi 

neuen ^crrf(^er ju cmjjfangen, 3«te|Tfn He^ cr, un^eac^tct fciner fricgerifc^cn 9lt(^tung, bic 33erfaf=« 
fung 2llfrct>'8 nlc^t nur ungcfc^malert, fonbern fiigte auc^ no(^ neuc ©efe^c i^inju. @r flarfc int 
3a^rc 941. 

3^m folgtc fein ©ruber Sbmunb, bcr eten fo tapfer unb eBcn fo glucttic^ war ; cr t:^ei(te btc ©taats* 
gef(^aftc mit einem SBertranbten, bcm Wt lurfetul, ber fic^ then fo fu^n in ber ©c^Iad^t, trie weife im 
Static jcigtc. Sbmunb ftel in 946 son ber ^anb eine^ Slaukr^^auptmannig. 

©obalb Sbmunb'3 Sruber, Sbreb, auf ben X^ron gelangte, »arb Dunjlan, ber fc^on unter ber frit^ern 
Stegterung tm l^o^en 2lnfe^en geflanben, bag J^auptrab ber ganjen ©taatgmafc^ine. Sr trat an bie 
©tcfle Jurtetulg, ber [ic^ in tin jtloflcr auriicfjog. Dbgleic^ an ®ittenrcin:^^eit bcm lectern gleic^, befa^ 
er nl(!^t biefelbe ^lug^eit unb fonnte ftc^ nic^t, xoit biefer, in feiner ©tcUe am ^ofe feflfiellen. 2)cnnorf> 
war fein 2lnfe^en bei bent lobe (Ebreb'g in 955 fo geftiegen, baf er unb ber bamaligc SraBif^off Cbo 
•oon Santerburp flc^ o^nc wcitere 2lnfpriid^c aU i^rc geijllic^e SJSiirbe, gu SSormiinbern beS jungcn J?o* 
nigs Sbwt) aufwarfen. 2:;urc^ fcine rii(ffld)ti3lofe ©trengc unb ^eftigfcit, womit er ben Ieid)tftnntgen 
Jungen ^onig beljanbclte, legte er inbep batb ben ©runb gu feincm eigenen ©turje. Sr warb, aU 
®bW9 bie SRegierung antrat, au5 Sngtanb toerbannt. SbW9 beleibigte inbeffen burc^ feinc wii^e, auci=^ 
fd^wcifenbe f cbensJart ba<5 flttlic^c ®efii^t feiner Unterti)anen. <Sie jwangen i()n, aUti im 9iorben ber 
J^emfe gelegene Sanb fcinem breijef)nja{)rigen 5Bruber Sbgar abjutrctcn, bepn greunbe foglcic^ J)un= 
flan aui ber Serbannung juriicfriefen. griebe jwifdjen bicfcn beiben Sleic^en war natiirlic^ unmogli^, 
bcr lob Sbw^'s, ber fd&on nac^ jwei 3at)ren erfolgtc, mac^tc inbep bem innern .Kriege balb tin Snbc, 
unb Sbgar warb ^err beS ganjen 9tel(^eS. 

£)unflan, ber batb nadi^er (Jrjbifc^ojf »on Santcrbur9 unb aU folc^er 5)nnta3 bes 9leic^eg wurbe, 
er^iclt nun bie f eitung beS (Staatcd in feine ^anb. Sr benii^tc fte unb feinen ^lan, bie geij^Iic^e 
23^ad)t in bie ^anbe ber 9)?on(i)c unb un»er()eirati)etcn ©ci|T:Uc^en ju bringen. 2)tcfeg gctang i()m 
Jebod^ erfl fpatcr. 9iac^ bem ciufiimmigen 3ew9"MTc ^tler ©^riftfletter, befdjii^tc cr Snglanb gegen 
Jcbcn 3lngriffiJ»erfud^ ber ©cerduber unb ^ob ben ^anbel ju einer auf crorbentUd^en (Stufe ; aui^ bie 
©^afiJjuc^t tterbefferte er bebeutenb. 33ei bem lobe Sbgar'iJ yerfitgte X)unflan iubep iiber ben 2;()ron 
auf cine unbiflige 2Irt unb bereitcte babur(^, o^nc tS ^n wijfen unb ju wotten, ben Untergang feines 
SSatcrtanbca »w. SCeil namli^ Sbgar'S jweite ©emat)Iin, Slfricbc, bie man aU bie allein rcc^tmdpigc 
anfa^, wegen i^rer J^errfd^fuc^t bem eigentlid)en J^crrn be«J Ski^cS tierbad^tig war, fo bewirlte biefer, 
bap ni(^t einer i^rer (£o()ne, fonbcrn Sbuarb ber ^eilige, Sbgar's (So|n erflcr S^c mit Stflebc, jum 
Jlonige erwa^It wurbe. 

Slfriebe ^atte inbcp Sln^ang genug, urn fid^ ben 5>Ianen Xiunflan'iJ ^u wibcrfe^en; eS getang i:^r in 
me'^reren J^cilen, bie ?Olond)e aucs ben friit)cr er^altenen <Btdien wicber ju serbrdngen unb SBeltgeift* 
Ii(^e ein3ufe0en. 3" ei"cr gro§en 53erfammlung in Salnc ware biefe ungered^te 9J?apregeI wal^rfc^ein* 
lid^ ganj aufgeljoben worben, wcnn nid)t tin 3wf<i^ c^ toer^inbert :^dtte. Sfidmlic^ ber 33obcn be^ 
S5erfammIungi?ortci5 fliir^tc plo^tid^ ein unb nur ber J^eil, wo Dunflan ftd^ befanb, blieb un^erle^t, 
SSieic feiner (^egncr »erloren ^icrbei bafi Seben; biefe 5Begebenf)eit warb »on bem 55oIfc aU ein ®otteg* 
gcrid^t angefe()en unb bejldtigtc !Cunftan wieber in feiner ^adut 

93alb na^^cr, in 978, warb Sbuarb, wie man atlgcmein glaubt, auf Slnfllftcn feiner ©tiefmutter, 
crmorbet unb St^etreb, fein ^albbruber, bejlicg nun ben blutbefledftcn S^ron. 

!Dunflan, ber graue Kuge ©taatiJmann, jog fi^ je^t son ben ©efd^dften juriidf unb »erfitnbcte »or 
fcinem Jobe, ber in 9S8 erfolgtc, fcinem 55aterlanbc nidjti toit Un'^cil unb Untergang. 

Unter ber 9legierung St^elreb'3 warb Snglanb aufiJ ncue i)on ben fcanbinayifc^en Sftaubfatirern l^cim* 
gefuc^t, biefciS mat nic^t con einjelncn Stbentcurern geteitet, fonbern son mad^tigen .^onigen, weld^e bie 
brittifc^c ^n^tl jum 3^^^ ^^^^^ J^ecrjiige madi^ten. St^ctreb »erfud^tc serfc^icbene WlitM, fic^ ber 
geinbc ju entlcbtgcn. (Er fud^te pe burc^ einen Jribut ju befled^en, woburd^ basJ fogcnannte Ddnengctb 
entftanb. 3" JWei ijcrfd^icbcncn SJZatcn gab er S3efet)f, atle in feincm JRei^e anfdfffgcn Ddnen ju 
ermorben ; biefer 33efet)t wurbe aud^ tt;citwcifc gegen 5Wdnner, SCeiber unb ^inber sotfjogen. 3ebod^ 
Stllcd ttcrgebeniJ; im fotgenbcn 3a^re erfc^ten ©uena, ber ©tiidlid^c, beffen ®d)wcftcr atg einS ber 
Dpfcr son Stt)etreb'iS btuttgem 33crrat()e gcfaden war, mit einer neuen ?5fc»tte an ber ©iibfiiftc. 
©on biefer 3cit, bis jur3eit n^o ©uena in '^ati) jum^onige son Gngtanb au^gerufen warb, ^atteSng- 



lanb feine fHu^t me'^r. 3m ^a^x 1014 flo^ St^elret ju feinem ©d)tttager S^idjarb, Urn ^tvpQ Ux 
^ovmanik, mo^in cr f(^on frii^er feine grau unt) teren fceibe ^inber gefd)idt ^atte. 

©uena jlart {nbejfen fd}on im folgenben Sa'^re. (Settt ©ot)n ^anut tuarb ijon bent ^eerc jum ^6* 
ttigc au^gerufen, allein bie Sngtcinber Befc^Iojyen, (St^elreb juritdjurufen. @r tterfprad) itjnen ein guter 
J^err ju fein, ba§ atleS SSergangene ijevgejjen fetn fottte unb ba^ er allc SiJJiprauc^c abfc^affen tuoUte. 
S^rer ©eit^ tterfprac^en i^m bie Slngelfac^fen umexlrn6^\id)e: 2;renc. ^anut I)telt e^ fiir angentejfen, 
bent augcnHtdlic^en Snt^nfta^mu^ 3U weic^en, S)or;{ugIt(^ ba er bie ntit S3eute ju ^aufe eilenben 3arlc 
unb ^erfen, bie nur ?5i'eitt»illigc in feinem J)ienfle iuaren, nic^t jnriid^alten fonnte unb er mit bem 
Stcj^e feineS Jpeerc^ fic^ ju fd)it»ad) fitl)Itc, um bag Sanb gegen Stt)etreb t^e^auptcn ju fonnen. Sr fe'^rtc 
ba^er na^ Danemarf juriid, um ftc^ mit feinem 33ruber ^ardb iikr bag ijaterlidje @r6e ju beratt)en. 
J^aralb fee^iett 2)ancmarf fitr ftd^ unb ijerfpra^ feinem SSruber glottc unb ^eer, um i'()m bag »on itirem 
SBater l&eflimmte fRd6:) eroBern ju ^elfen. SUtit einem ^eere »on fec^gje^ntaufenb SRann fegeltc ^anut 
nac^ Snglanb, too 3;^ur!il ober Sll^urc^il, ber U^^tx bem angetfad)fifc^en Sntereffe treu gefcliefeen, fic^ 
i^m anf^top. 9)?et)rere ^au))tnnge folgten bem 33eifpiele 3;^ur(^irg. j^'anut fanb biegmal einen 
tapfern 2Biberflanb unb ungeac^tet ber SBerrat^erei tinti ber angefc^enflen angelfad)fifc^en gurflen, 
(Ebrif g 'oon 'Mtxcia, bauerte eg fed^g ?Wonate, e'^e cr 6ig Sonbon ijorbringen fonnte. (5ti)etreb lag 
^ierfeltfl franf barnieber unb ^ax'b in bem SIugenBIide, wo ^annt flc^ fcereitete, bie @tabt an3ugreifen. 
2)iefeg war inbepn fein gro§eg Ungtiid fitr bie Stngelfac^fen, benn fein tajjferer ©o^n, Sbmunb Sifen* 
feite, "^anbette mit me()r (Sntfc^Ioflfen^eit, atg fein 33ater. gitnfmat tt?arf er bag ^eer ber T)amn son 
Sonbon auritd, war pegreic^ in »ier anbern ©(^lai^ten, uttb foil am Snbe ^annt auf einer 3nfel Stlne^ 
ober Olne^ itkrwunben uitb it)n gejwungen l^a'&en, »on i:^m fein Seben ju erbitten. 2Bie bem aud^ fei, 
eg ift gewi^, bap ^annt unb Sbmunb gu einem Sin'oerftanbnijfe famen, nac^ weld)em ^anut iiber 
9lortt)umberIanb, Sbmunb t)ingegen itticr ben 3teft beg 9tei(^eg '()errf(^en foUte, bap aber beim Sibfterben 
beg @inen ober beg 3lnbern bag (^an^t bem Ueberlebenben jufatlen follte. Sbmunb ftarb f(^on einigc 
aSoc^en na(^ biefem 33ertrage unb eg laftet ein j^arfer 33erbad)t auf ^anut, bap bicfer bie Urfac^e feineg 
3:obeg gewefen. 3n 1016 bejlieg ^anut ben ertebigten 2:^ron unb tserbanb ftc^ balb barauf mit ber 
^onigin gmma, etf)clreb'g SBitwe. ,$lanut war ber ©o^n einer poInifd)en ^Jrinjcffin unb I)atte fd)on 
frii^ bie 2;aufe empfangen. £)urc^ Sroberung unb Srbfc^aft warb er enblid) jlonig ber Sanber, bie wir 
jc^t 9iorwegen, ©d)Weben unb 3:)anemarf nennen. dx regierte ungefa^r awanjig Sa'^re, wat)rcnb 
welc^er Qtit bag 8anb jic^ beg griebeng erfreuetc. 35on alien feinen Seft^ungen wal)lte ^anut Sng= 
lanb ju feinem gewi)l)nlid)en Slufent^altgort. 2)nrd) Unterwerfung mc()rerer fd}ottifd)en unb cumber* 
Ianbifd)en gitrflen sergroperte er biefeg Steic^ bebeutenb. Sr berei(^erte Snglanb mit ben <B^a^cn 
feiner anbern Sanber, wiberfe^te ftc^ ber Unterbritdung ber 2lngclfad)fen »on ©citen ber 'Damn unb 
unter i^m erflarften bie angelfac^ftfi^en 336lfer wicber »on il)rer 33erwei(^lid)ung, tt)eilgburc^ bie jlriegg= 
giigc, bie fie mitma^en mupten, t^eilg burd^ bie l^auflgen ^eiratl)gi?erbinbungen unb ben leb^aften 3?er== 
fe^r mit bem fraftigen Solfe ber 2)anen. 2llg er burc^ ben 3;ob feineg S3ruberg bag ^onigreid) !Bane* 
marf ererbte, fuc^te er bie 3fteligion, Oefe^e unb (Sitten Snglanbg in T)anemarf einjufii^ren, welc^cg 
burd^ bie na^e SSerwanbtfc^aft ber <Sprac^e fe^r erleid^tert wuvbe. SCilljelm 'oon ^Jtatmegburp fagt 'oon 
i^tn : T)mdi) feine grommigfeit, ©erec^tigfeit unb 9)?apigfeit crwarb er fti^ bie 'ik^t feineg 5)olfg unb 
bie 2ld^tung frember ®taaten. ®r (larb in 1035. ^ad) feinem 2;obe jerftel fein 3ieid^. 

• ^anut ^interlicp me^rere ©o^ne. ^arbifanut, ben (Sot)n Smma'g, 3;o(^tcr beg -^erjogg ber ^ox" 
tnanbie, t)atte ^anut ju feinem ^^ai^folger bej^immt. 2lu(^ trat feine SDZutter Smma bie 3flegierung in 
feinem ^amm an. 3nbeffen war ^arbifanut, alg fein 35ater ftarb, in J)anemarf, unb obgleid^ er burc^ 
feine ©eburt bag befte 9lec^t jur ^rone ©nglanbg :^atte, fo er^ielt boc^ ^aralb barefoot (^afenfup), 
welc^en S3einamen er feiner gropen ®d)nettigfeit wegen erl)alten, bie Dber'^anb. S)ie 2lngclfa(^fen 
wiinfd)ten inbep nod) immer einen ber ©o^ne Stt^elreb'g, ber fld^ nod^ in ber ^^iormanbie bcfanb, auf 
bem 2:^ron ju fe:^en. !Die X)anen im ©egent^eile ijerlangten barefoot, weil feine 9)cutter bie 3;od)tcr 
eineg in Snglanb anftifftgen banifd)en ©rafen war. ^arolb warb im 9Zorben alg ^onig anerfannt. 
2Ba^renb ber nnterl)anblung mit Se^terem liep Smma i'^re beiben @iJl)ne erj^er S^e aug ber 9?ormanbic 
fommen. !Der Sine, Sllfreb, warb furj nac^ feiner 2lnfunft in Snglanb burd) bie 91ad)ftellung .f)arolb'g 
unb, einige fagen, mit Stiffen feiner 2}?utter ermorbet; ber Slnbere, Sbuarb, feiner 9}?uttcr nid)t 



©ffdjifljtc "bet eni,l\fd)cn <§pradjf. xxm 

trauenb, fc^rte ciltgft nad^ ber 9^ormanbie 3urucf. ®ie mxt) bait) nac^^er ijon ^arolb ttcrbannt unt) 
beciab ftc^ nac^ glanbern. ^arolb mar nun ^err t)on gang Gnglanb. 

^ierauf begab ftc^ ^arbifanut nac^ ber 9^ormanbte, urn ft^ mit U;r iiber bic Mebereroberung Sng* 
Iant>g ju befprec^en; faum mx cr bort angefommen, alg Slbgefanbtc i)on Snglanb i^m bie 5«a^n{i^t 
oou ^arolb'g iob unb bag Stnerbietcn ber englifc^en ^rone iiberbraci^ten. fir na:^in gnglanb ol;nc 
SBiDerftanb in Sefi0. 

©einc JHegicrung jeic^netc ftd^ nur burd^ feinc @d)tt>elgerei unb l^abgierige SBebrudfung auS, gr 
ftarb in 1042. 

Da er fcine grben ^interlie^, fo bcflicg nac^ feincm 2:obe fetn ©Hefbrubcr, gbuarb III., bent man 
feineg monc^ifdjen SGefen^ wegen, ben 33einamen beg Sefcnnerg gegeben :^attc, ben S^ron. (Sbuarb 
ber Sefenner roar in jeber ^infic^t jur 9iegtcrung unfa()ig unb blieb fein ganjeg mm »on feiner Um^- 
gcbung abi^angig. ©d)on »or cier^ig 3a^ren |atte bic greunbfc^aft jmifdjen ber 9^ormanbic unb (Eng- 
lanb burc^ bie ^eirat^ Gt^elrcb'g angefangen, jc^t tvarb biefc greunbfd)aft nod) beftimmter unb fejler, 
ba ein ^ijnig auf bem Zf)vont fa^, ber fafl fein ganjeg mm in ber 9tormanbie gugebrac^t, ber 
mit ber ©prac^c unb ben ©itten ber franjojtfdjen 5f|ormanner Die! befannter, tvk mit benen feineg 
cigenen 55oIfeg roar. Gbuarb I)attc eine Qai)l 5fiormanner mitgebrac^t unb anbcre folgten balb nac^ 
feiner X^ronbeftcigung unb er^icUcn bie erftcn (SteUcn im Sanbe. Slber obglcic^ gbuarb geroip fei* 
tien ttormannif^en greunben ben 25orjug gegeben, fo roar er boc^ fo fe^r in ben ^dnben beg J^er* 
i'o^i 03otroin oon banifdier Sibfunft, unb feiner ©obne, ba§ an feine felb^flanbige ^anblunggroeifc 
gu benfcn roar. Xicfer mad)tige giirfl ijattc i()m feine 3;oc^ter gur ©emat)Iin aufgebrungen, roat^renb 
feine ©ij^nc unb 35er»anbte roenig^eng bic ^alftc Snglanbg untcr fi(^ tt)eilten. 3n 1051 fam bic 
geinbfcfcaft unter ben normannifc^cn unb englifc^en ^arteien jum roirfUd)en 2Tugbrud>. Die erftc 
golgc ba»on roar, ba§ (Sbuarb bie ©elegenbeit ergriff, fii^ fcineg laftigen (Sd)roieger»aterg gu tnt" 
lebiflcn. Die ganjc gamilie ®obroin rourbc serbannt unb bic ^onigin i(;rer SGiirbe beraubt unb 
in'g ®efangnip geroorfen. 3lber fd)on im nad))tcn 3a()re fet)rten ®obroin unb fein So^n ^aralb 
mit bcroaffneter 'Mad^t, bie erflcrer in glanbern, le^terer in 3rlanb gefammelt fjatte, jurud. <Bk pflogen 
cine Untcr^anblung mit Sbuarb, unb bag 9tcfultat roar, bap bic @obroin=gamiUc roiebcr in atlc 
ibre 0lcc^tc cingefe^t rourbc, bie ^onigin ibrcn ^la^ roiebcr cinnal^m unb bie 9?ormannen tterbannt 
rourben. ®obroin ftarb einige SJtonate nad)()er, aber fein <Bol)n ^aralb erbtc feine ganje WU^t, 
unb mad)tc ficb fogar ^"^offnung auf bie 9lad^foIge beg tinberlofcn ^onigg, obg(eid) biefer feinen jur 
,-icit ^anut'g na(^ llngarn gefdiidten 91effen, ben einjigcn nod) fibrigen ©profiling feiner g'^ntiHc/ 
»on bort ^attc fommen laffen. ^aralb'g Jpoffnung rouc^g noc^ mel)r, alg biefer ^rinj einige 5}?o* 
natc nad!) feiner 2Infunft in Snglanb ftarb. ^aum roar Sbuarb geflorben, fo berief er cine 5>er* 
fammlung ber ®ropcn beg SReic^g unb lief? ftd) jum .Ronige roablen. Sr roar biefer SBa^t roiirbig, 
fcatte aber bag ©^idfal gcgcn f?c^ unb »erIor im .<?ampfe mit bem ^erjoge »on ber 5^ormanbic bci 
©enlac, unroeit ^aftingg, .Jlrone unb i'eben, nad)bcm cr brei Jage frijt)er cinen gidngenben ®ieg 
gegcn feinen ©ruber 3;oftig unb ben norroegifd)cn .Jtonig ^abraba bci Stamforbbriide an ber Dcr« 
rocnt erfodjtcn, in weld^er (Sc^IaAt beibe, Joftig unb J^abraba, i^r Seben cinbiipten. 

SBir fommen nun ju ber ^crtobe, bie in ben cng(ifd)en ©itten, ®ebrdud)en, aber ijorjitglid) in 
ber cnglifc^cn ©prac^c bie gro^te Umrodljung l^cr»orgcbrac^t; miiffen aber »orl)er cinen S3Ud auf 
lie ncuen Srobcrcr unb i^rc Stbfunft roerfcn. 

^ic 'StotmantKn in ^ranfrctd^. 

Dag 8anb, roelc^eg roir fpater unter bem 9'iamen ber 9]ormanbie fcnnen, roar in ber friil)e{lcn 
gatlif^en ©efc^ic^tc son celtifcbcn SBoifern beroo^nt. Diefc 2>olfer roaren atle in ber romifd)en 
^roioinj Lugdunensis secunda bcgriffcn, roclc^e mit bem fpdter erric^teten ^er3ogtI)ume ber 9iormanbie 
iibereinftimmt. S3etm Sverfall beg 9Uic^g rourbc biefer 3;^eil ©atlicng Sicn (S.Io»ig erobert unb bem 
^onigrei^ ber granfen cinoerleibt. %U granfreic^ unter ben <Boi)mn S(ot()aire'g I. get^eilt rourbc, 
gc^orte eg gu bem ^onigreic^c Sficu^ria, roelc^cg bag Sanb jroifd^cn bem ^anal unb ber Soire, ber 
WtU tton Gbampagne unb ben ©renjen tton Sretagne entl>ielt. 

Die Srobcrung 9^orroegeng tton ^aralb Jpaarfagr tteranlapte bie Srrid^tung ciner Qaf)l norman* 
tiifd>er Solonicn, bie »on ben ' scrtricbencn ^urficn in perfi^iebcnen 2:^cilen Suropa'g erri^tet rour* 



XXIV (^if^id)te "ifct fnflltfd)cn ^prnff)?. i 

ben. iBei biefen ^UQtn litt bic ^iormanbie itebeutenb. (Sitter bcr tapferflcn btefcr 5w|fer it>ar JRc-ff 
(cber 3flaouI) auc^ 9tolIo gettattttt. Sr lattbetc iti 876 ait ber Jliifte graitfreicE)^, ittac^tc sum bort 
nac^ alleit "Seiten ^in ster^eerettbc Stau&jiige uitb »en»uftete mit feiiteit tuilbett 9{Drmaititen ba^ ganjc 
Sattb. DtefeS Uitgliicf uitb ijielleic^t auc^ bie .'poffttuttg, iti dioUo eittett S3efc^u^er gegen aitbeie 
nortitaitttifc^e Slaubfc^aarett ju er^^altett, fcemogen ben bamaligen 53e^errft^er granfrcic^g, Maxl ben 
Sinfaltigen, ju einem 33erglet(^e. Sr fd)Iop 911 juit 9loIf einen Sertrag, na^ it)cld)cin biefer ^axV^ 
2;od)ter, ®ifela, jur ©ema^Iin, fotuie ba^ jivifc^en ber ©retagne unb bem Sure^ghtffe gelegene Sanb 
3um S3eft^tl)um er^ielt uitb [tc^ bagegen mit feinen ®efaC)rten jur 2tnnat)me beg St)riftent^umg unb 
jur Slnerfennung ber franfifc^en Dberlel)ni?t)errfd)aft »erftanb. 2)ie ^ulbigung beg ^onigg war fiir 
bic gitrften bcr 5Rorntanbic nur eine leere Seremonie, uitb [le fcetra^teten [id) nbc^ weniger i»ie bie 
©ropen ^^xanhnd:)^ aU Untertt)anen beg ^ijnigg. 

S)ie Ummanbelung biefer norbifd)en ©eerauter in 2ln'6auer beg Sanbeg, tttetc^cg fie juijor »crit)itflet 
l^atten, ift eine ber merfroiirbigfien S3egeBcn§eiten, wel(^e bem ^aC beg treftlic^en 9fleid)eg fotgte unb 
nirgcnbg ftnben tt»ir eine fo fd)netlc unb ganslid)e 3Seranberung. fiinen gropen Zljdl biefer 3Ser= 
anberung mitjfcn tuir inbep bem ^erfonIid)en S^arafter Stotlo'g, ober, ittic cr nac^ ber 3;aufc ge* 
nannt wurbc, 9tot>ert'g jufc^reiben. (Sr fiti)rtc tin Se^^ngf^pcm ein, fo ijotlflanbig unb fo regelmafig, 
h)ie man eg faum in ben Sanbern lannte, mo eg f(^on feit S^^^i^eti feeflanben. Qutx^t Mt^ntt er 
bic 9lci(i^cn feincg ^crjogtt^umg, ben 3ftcjl beg Sanbeg ttcrt^cilte cr untcr feine ^auptteute. Sr lub 
f^rcmbc Don alien ©eiten tin, in fein Sanb ju fommen unb fo flrenge tDurben bic ©efe^e gefianb* 
'^aht, baf man crjat)It, er 'i^a^ot tin 5lrmt)anb an tint didjt irn 2BaIbe ge^angen unb eg nad^ brei 
Sa^ren unangctaflet tcieber aBgenommen. (£r Bauetc bic jcrftijrten Mrd)en tt^icber auf, Befeftigtc 
bie ©tabic, unb t^at alleg, um fein Sanb gegen bic Slnfatic anberer SflatiB^itglcr 3U fc^ii^cn. T)tn 
friegerifc^en ®eift feiner Untertijanen na^rte er burc^ ®ren33iigc, ijorjitglic^ gegen bie iBretagner, 
bic ft(^ i:^m untcrtDarfen. 

Dbgteii^ bic '^n^a^ ber ^Iflormanner, bic SftoBert in ^rtinfrcic^ in biefc neue Solonie etnfitt)rte, nur 
aug 30,000 Wann bejlanb, fo luar bod) bicfe 33eimifc^ung eineg fo encrgifc^en ©tammeg untcr bie, 
ju ber 3eit »erberBten 5i"*infen 'oon unenblid)er 2Gid)tig!cit. ©ic mac^tcn trcnigc tuirflic^c 5>eranbc^ 
rungen, na^men bie (Bpxad)tn, bic ©itten unb 9lcIigion bcr ^ejtegten an, »erlie{)en aber aUtn bie 
i^rem 3?oIfe cigcne ^raft unb Snergic, S)er rauT)e Dialect eineg ijcrbor'6enen Sateing tt>arb untcr 
i^nen jur gcBilbeten unb gcfd)riel)encn ©J^rac^c, tt^elc^e tuir in itiren ®efe^Biid)ern unb JHomanjen, bem 
^auptfecftanbtl)eil i()rcr 53oI!gtiteratur, ftnben; biefelBc 2tufmcr!fam!eit, bie fie auf anbere ©egenftanbe 
ri(^tctcn, Beiviefen ftc auc^ ben 8ct)rcn unb ^rebigten ber ©otteggeIet)rten, unb bic :^eibnifd)e Sfteligion 
t^rer fcanbinayifd)en 3?ater 'ocrlajfcnb, tuurbcn fie bic cifrigftcn 33ere^rer beg S!^rijlcnt|)umg, bcr 3ie= 
ligion, bie fie in i^rer feerauBerifd)cn Saufba'^n auf'g auperfte oerfotgt ^ttcn. 

9lo&crt trat bie JRegicrung tm 3a^r 927 an feinen ©ot)n SGil^elm, Sangbegen genannt, at. 3)iefer 
hjurbe 942 mcuc^clmorbcrifc^ getobtet. Sr I)inter{ie§ Mnen legitimcn Srben, aBcr 9tic^arb I. (nad)l)er 
Bans-peur genannt), trarb Sion ben 9?ormannen alg ^erjog anerfannt. 3t)m fotgte fein ©ot)n, Sti^arb 
11. , ber @utc genannt. Unter biefcm c'6cn fo frommen, tt»ic tapfern unb fhtgen 9iegenten, pnben t»ir, 
tttic f(^on oben erttia()nt, bie crj^e 5lnna|erung jittifc^cn Snglanb unb bcr ^ftormanbic. 

%U Stit^arb II. ^arfi, be^ieg 9'lid)arb III. ben J^ron, ©ein Sruber Stobert irolltc i^m gtuar ben 
S3eft0 bejfelben ftreitig ma(^en, jcbod) gctang eg t'^m, benfelben jur UnteritJcrfung ju bringcn. 3n» 
beffen Balb nac^ feiner diMWi^x ^axl cr unter Umftanben, bic cine Scrgiftung n)a|rfc^einli(^ madjttn, 
9lobert bemdc^ttgte ftc^ beg ^erjogf^umg unb er^ielt, feiner tterf(^iebencn 3;i)atcn n?egcn, bic bciben 
Seinamen le raagnifique (ber .^crrlic^c) unb le diable (bcr 2;cufel). 9la^bem 0^id)arb feinen ^ad^^' 
haxn Stiain tton bcr 33rctagnc ge^trungen, t|m ju ^utbigen, bcgab cr ftc^ auf eine 5^i(gcrfa:^rt unb 
cmpfa^l feinen einjtgen ©o^n SBil^elm, ben Sa^arb, ber Xrcue feiner Sbcln. dx ftarb auf biefer 
5)ilgerf(^aft in 1035. - 

SCil^cIm II., feiner unel^clid)ett 2lb!unft megcn, ber Saflarb, aber fpater, nad^bem cr Sngtanb 
erobert l^attc, ber groberer genannt, t»ar Don fcincm 33ater, ttor feiner Slbreifc, an ben ^of ^einric^'g I. 
gefd)idt morben. 3^ic Unrutien unb Smporungcn, bic iva^renb feiner ^JZtnbcrjatjrigfeit cntflanben, 
entfaltctcn in i^m itntn (S^arafter bcr ©d)Iaubcit unb 2:npferfeit, bcr i^n fpatcr fo fe^r aug3eid)nete. 
W^x Wxd) bic gifcrfuc^t bcr ttcrfc^iebcnen ®ropen, alg burc^ irgenb einen tuirfUc^cn 58eijlanb, h)urbc 



^efd)id)te ttet ^ngltfdjfn Spra^^ xxv 

t^m feitt ^crjogt^um crt)altctt unb nad)t)em er (m 3a^rc 1054 ben le^ten fctncr geinbc, 2CiH)eIm, ben 
©rafen tton 9Irquc3, bejmungen, warf cr feinc e^rgei3t9en 33Ucfe auf bic ©robcrung frember Canbet 
bcrjiiglicb auf bie brittifc^en 3nfe^«. 

SSir ^aben fc^on frii^cr ertvabnt, baf Sbuarb ber SBefcnner, ber in ber 5'iormanbic crjogen tear, in 
©pra^c, ©ittcn unb ®efut)Ien meftr 91ormann wic Sac^fe n»ar unb feine brciunbgnjanjigjd^rige SRegie^ 
rung toerflof unter ben unau^fc^Iid^en ©trcitigfeiten ber fa(i)jtfd)en unb normannifd)en '^axteicn, 2)cr 
S5orf^ub, ben (Sbuarb feinen normannifc^en greunbcn unb SSertvanbtcn lic^, ermut^igte SSil^elm in 
fcinen ef)rgeijtgen ^Vdnen. Sr bc]nd)tt Snglanb jur 3eit, ipo bic normannifd)e ^^artel bag Ueberge^- 
i»ic^t ^atte, mit einem gro^en ®efoIge, ober »ielme^r mit einer ^rteg^ma^t; unb ein ®d)riftftetler ber 
neuern 3cit fagt : „^U ber .^crjog oon ber S^iormanbie (Snglant burd)jog, :^dttc er tt)o^I glauben fon=' 
nen, er fel noc^ in feinem eigcnen f anbc. S)ie glotte, bie er bei Dooer fanb, tvar »on S'iormannen 
bcfet)Iigt ; unb bei (Santerburp war eine geflung toon normdnnifc^en .Rriegern befe^t. ©ine Slnja^I 
9iormannen, aU ^auptteute unb 5)rdlaten, begritpten i^n unb bie ©iinfllinge gbuarb'S famen, urn 
bent rber^aupt i^reS 55aterlanbei? ju ^ulbigen unb brangten fi^ urn i^ren angebornen ^errn. 2BiI« 
belm erfc^ien in Snglanb met)r aU ^tonig, bcnn Sbuarb felbft, unb balb flopte fein S^rgeij it)m bie 
^offnung ein, bcim Jobe biefeiJ »on normdnnifc^em Sinflup geleiteten Tlonaxd)tn, oI)nc grope (Sd^wic* 
rigfeit bejfen 3;i)ron in bejleigen." 

I^tc i)*2:ormanitcn in (Sn^lan^, 

T)it 2?eflegten fud^ten jttjar nac^ ber Sd^fac^t f on .^aflingfi bie ^renib^^errfd^aft tton fl(^ abjuwenbcn, 
ober ti war feine Sinigfeit unter ben ®ropen. St^elreb »on §)orf, ber gweite ©eiftUc^e bed Sanbed, 
liep ftc^ »on 2Bi(^ctm getrinnen. S^e man nod^ ju einem fcften Sntfc^Iujfe Urn, eroberte 2©il^etm ben 
ganjcn Siiben. '^nn unterwarfcn ftd) i^m bie mci|lcn gciftltd)en unb wcttlic^en ®ropcn, fowie auc^ 
Gtgar Slt^cling, ben man in Conbcn jum Jlonige aujjgerufcn I)atte; biefcn lectern na^m er freunbli(^ 
auf unb gab ftd^ iiber^aupt bad Slnfe^en, aU ob er nid)t ba<3 fRedjt eined Srobererd, fonbern blod fein 
Grbrcd^t gelten mad)en wotlte. !!Dann verfammelte er in Sonbon eine 2In3at)I Sngldnber nebfl feinen 
9tormanncn, unb Hep fl^ toon f^nen jum ^iJnig au>?rufen, foroie auc^ gleic^ barauf toon bem Sr^bifd^oft 
toon Serf fronen. ®Iei(^ nod^ ber ^ronung jrarb er iiberatt aU ^onig anerfannt unb bie Sroberung 
(Englanbd war a(fo in brei '^onatcn tootlenbet. di entflanbcn noc^ mand^e Smporungen, aberSBil^elm 
unterbriidte fie alle unb be^anbelte bad Sanb nad)()er ganj wie cin feinblid^ed. J)er ^ufi^nb bed ian^ 
bed crlitt cine tocUigc Umwanblung. Die 9?ormanncn traten aid ^crrfd^cnbe .^laffc an bie ©teUe bed 
fd(^rifd)cn unb bdnifd^cn Slbcld; 2Ci(^eIm flcQfc in Snglanb cin ftrenged Set)nf9)tem auf, wie cd in 
feinem anbern ?anbe Suropa'd bcfianb unb beraubte nii^t nur bad cigentlidje 95olf feincr }^xiii)eit, fon* 
tern beugte an^ bie normdnnif^cn 33aronc unter ben l^arten !Drudf einer miUtdrifc^=bedpotifc^en ^o- 
nigdt)errfd)aft ; felbjl bie Sitten unb S p r a d^ c wurben burd^ ben Sinflup bed franjijftf^^normdnni* 
fitcn SGcfend gdn^lid^ umgewanbclt. 5J?acauIe9 fagt in ber (Einleitung ^u feiner ®efd)id)tc toon 
Gnglanb toon ben 9iormdnncrn nac^ ber Srobcrung ber 9iormanbie: 

„(5ie toertiepen i^re 2)Zutterfprac^e unb na^men bie frangUftfc^e (Sprad^e an, in Weld^er bad J^aupt=' 
clement bad fateinifd^c war; fte cr^ben bicfc Sprad^c balb ju cincr SGiirbc unb einer 2i3id)tigfcit, bie 
biefelbe »orf)er nic gc^abt; ed war cin barbarifd^ed ^auberwdlf^, fie mad^ten ed ju cincr gcfd)riebcncn 
©prad^c unb gebraud^ten fie in i^ren ®efc^en, ©cbid^ten unb Stomanjen. ©ie entfagtcn ber tijierif^cn 
S>oUerei, benen faft atlc tentonifd^cn 35olfer gu fcl^r ergcbcn warcn. 3)er gcflttetc Suyud bed 9f?ormannctt 
ftac^ fonberbar gcgen bie ro^e ©efrdpigfcit unb Jrunfen^eit feiner fdd)ftf(^cn unb bduifd)cn 9iadt)barcn 
ab. er jcigte feinen 2tufwanb ni^t in gropcn ^aufcn toon ©peifen unb gdjfern fiarfen ©ctrdnfed, 
fonbern in gropcn unb prdc^tigen ©ebdubcn, in fc^onen Sliiftungen, ftattUd)en 5>f«ben, audgcfud)ten 
galfcn, ^crrlic^en Jurniercn, ©aftmdblcrn, bie fld^ mef)r burc^ i^re 2cder()aftigteit, aid burc^ il)rett 
Ucbcrflup audjcid^nctcn, unb in SBcincn, bic i^red feinen ©cfdf)madcd, ni(^t i^rer bcrauf^cnbcn (Eigcn=' 
fdiaftcn wcgen, bcrii^mt warcn. 5^cr rittcrlid^e ©eift, ber einen fo mdc^tigen Sinflug auf bie WHit, 
SJJoral unb ©ittcn ber curopdifd^cn 9?ationen audgeiibt ^atte, befanb fid^ in feiner grijptcn Jperrlic^fcit 
unter bem normdnnifd)cn Slbcl. 2:cr Slbct acic^nctc fld^ aud^ burc^ fein anmutt)iged S3ctragen fowic 
burd^ feine cinfd^mcid^clnbe Slcbe aud, aud^ warcn fie wcgen i^rer ©cwanbtl^eit in Unterf)anblungcn 
unb cincr naturlid)cn Screbfamfcit fo berii^mt, bap i^re ©cf^id^tfc^reiber fic^ riit;mtcn, i§re 2{be(igen 



XXVI 



&cfd)xd)ie tfev cnQiifd)cn ^ptixtije. 



feien fd^on toon ber Siege auf 9iebner» %bn U)rett groften dinljm mvaxUn i^itett i^re friegenft^eit 
Zi}attn ; jebe^ 2ant>, won bem atlantifd)en Dcean big gum tobteit SJieere, tuaren 3eugen ber SfGunber, 
bie i()rc 9)?anneg3U(^t unb Japferfeit get^an. Sin normannifi^ev Slitter, an ber ©pi^e einer JpanbooU 
^ricgcr, gerllrcutc bie ^elten toon Sonnoug^t ; ein Stnberer gritnbete bag ^iJnigreic^ ber beiben (5i«= 
cilicn unb fal) bie ofttic^en unb lucftUc^en ^aifer toor \dmn ^^a^ntn flie^en. Sin fritter, ber U(t)ffcg 
beg erften ^reujjugeg, ivarb toon fcinen SCaffenbriibern mit ber .Jloniggmitrbe toon 2lntio(^ befleibet, unb 
ein SBierter, ber SEantreb, bejfen 9iame in bent gropcn ©ebic^te Jaffo'g lebt, war weit unb brcit in ber 
ganjen S^riftent)eit aU ber tapferjle unb gro§miitl)igfte 25ertt)eibiger beg l)eiligen ©rabeg beriit)mt." 

3n obigcr ©figje ber englifd^cn ®efd)ici^te ^abcn h)ir nur bie 9JJomente toorjitglid^ angegeben, bie 
tinen bebeutenbcn Sinflup auf bie (Sprad)e auggciibt. 

S)ic SSoIfer, bie toor ben Slngelfac^fen 33rittanien bemo'^nten, ge'^ortcn ju ber erften grofen SSiJifcr* 
hjanberung, ju ben .^imbertt ober ^eltem ^ier ift ber ©tammbaum it;rer <S))rad>c t 

^eltif^. 



mt 3rif<^. 



mt ©allifc^, mt S3rittif^. 



Srianb. erftf^. S^anfifd^, 



SSalifer. 2lrm'c. Sernijl* 



^0(3^ ©c^ottifc^. 



2)lefe 356rfer, toon ben Slomern unterjo^t, ntogen Sorter toon ber tatcinifd^cn Qpxa^t angenommen 
l^aben, bie Iateinifd)e ©pra^e felbft ^ahen fte fid) nie ju eigen gemadit. 

(©pater '^aUn n?ir bie Sroberung burd) bie 2lngelfad)fcn unb toon bem 3uflanbe ber (Sjjra^c ju 
ttrtl^cilen, tuurbe bag feltifdje Element fajl gang toerbrangt. X)ie S3ritten, bie jrirfUd) in Sngtanb blie= 
Ben, tniiffen bie ©))rad)e ber ©ieger angenommen :^abcn. Die !eltifcben Sorter, bie n)ir je^t in ber 
cnglifc^en ©rac^e finben, finb fpater eingcfii()rt, merben auc^ nur gebraud}t, urn fc^ottifc^e ober irian* 
bifd^c Oegenftdnbe 3U begeic^ncn. Qn biefen gct)ijren: bard, ©anger; kilt, ber fc^ottifc^e 9locf, ben bie 
^oc^Ianber patt ^ofen tragen; clan, ©tamm, S^niilif, ®efc^Ied^t; pibroch, ^rieggmuftf; plaid, cine 
Slrt ©^attot ; reel, ein f(^ottifd)er %an] ; claymore, ein langeg, breiteg fc^ottif^eg ©(^roert. Sg giebt 
nod^ anbere, bie n?o^f fd^on fritt)er eingefii^rt. 

Dag 25oIf ber 2lngclfad)fen gcf)i3rt 3U ber gttociten ober got()ifc^en (Jinwanberung in Suropa; ^ier ifi 
ber ©tammbaum ber ©prai^en : 

®ott)ifd^. 



Singer* 



fac^fifd^. granfifd^. 



«Kaefo=®otI;if^» 



!Dag "^eutige Sngtifd^. 

2)ag nieberlanb. ©^ottifd^. 

^otlanbif^ 

ober 
grieftfc^» 



!Deutf^c^. 

©d)rodbifd^. 

©d^ltoeijerifc^. 



^imbrtfd^ 

ober 

mt Srlanbifd^. 

T>ai ^eutigc 3rlanbifd^. 
9?ortDegifcb. 
©c^wcbif4 
2)anif(^. 
Drfne^ifd^. 



©pater !amen bie ^lormanner ober fogenannten T)anen, nad^ unb nad^, im Seft^ eineg gro^en I^eilg 
(Snglanbg. Sg ift fetjr natiirlic^, bap bei ^iwei 33oIfern, bcren ©prac^en fo nat)c toerwanbt waren, n?ic 
bie ber Slngelfa^fen unb bie ber 5^ormdnner, ttjeber bie cine no(^ bie anbere ftd^ in i^rer SRcin^eit er.» 
■fatten fonnte. 2jiefc ^^ormanncn fpradjen o^ne 3it>eifel bie alte Danfff(^e ©prad^e, bie 9)?utter ber 
fc^tDcbifd^en, nortt>cgifd)en unb banifc^cn X)ialefte. Sic na\)c bie banifd)e ©prac^e mit ber je^igen 
cnglifd^en unb noc^ me:^r mit ber angelfad)ftf^en toerwanbt ifl, ge^t beutlid^ mi folgenben Seifpieien 
l^ertoor x 



(^e((i)id)te tev (Rgiifdjcn ^]ftad)e» 



XXVII 



Kong Christian stod ved hoien Mast 

I Rog og Damp ; 
Hans Vaerge hamrede saa fast, 
At Gothens Hielm og Hierne brast ; 
Da sank hver fiendtligt Speil og Mast 

I Rog og Damp. 
Flye, skreg de, flye, hvad flye can, 
Hvo Btaar for Danmark's Christian 
I Kamp ? 



King Christian stood by the lofty mast 

In mist and smoke ; 
His sword was hammering so fast, 
Through Gothic helm and brain it pass'd, 
Then sank each hostile hulk and mast 

In mist and smoke. 
Fly, shriek'd they, fly, he who can ; 
Who braves of Denmark's Christian 
The stroke ? 



Sfnigc bicfer 5G6rtcr 'baUn no^ ntcl^r SlcBnlid^fcit mit bent 2lngclfad)f!f(^cn aU mit bcm l^cutigcn 
Snglifd^cn J 3. S3, fiendtligt, 21. <B, feondlic, hostile; hver, 2l, @. seghwaeher, each. 

3n bemfelfcen Sicbe ^al&cn »ir in einer fRci^t : 

"Han heisede det rod flag," 

"He hoisted the red flag." 
£)a« ^eutige !t5an{fc^: 

"Hans mad var graeshopper, og vild honning." 
"His meat was (locust) grasshopper, and wild honey.' 

"Han said til dem, folger efter mig." 
"He said to them, follow after me." 

Wlti^x Slngctfac^flfc^ toic in irgenb cincr IcBenben ©prad^e, finben tvtr Jcboc^ in bcm ^JriefJfcS^en. Tjit 
alten gricfen, tie 9tac^barcn ber 2lngcln, fprac^en of)nt 3weifcl ^^ne (Sprad^c, bic ber angelfad^ftf^en 
fet)r na^e Urn, aud^ ifl e3 me^r aU nja^rfc^einlic^, bap bicfc, ba fte aucf) ^itflenBcwo^ner tvaxen, Ul 
ber Ueberfieblung ber Slngelfac^fen, fic^ bicfen angefd^foffen. Die aUcn S^ronifcr jinb nid^t einmaT 
bariiljet einig, ob ^engifl ein 2tngel ober eiit griefe war, benn tS :^cipt : 

Een hiet Engistus een vriese, een sas One was named Engist, a Friesian or a Saxon 

Die uten lande verdreven was ; Who was banished from his land. 



Hwat bist dou, libben ? 
Jen wirch stribjen 

Fen pine, noed in sodrch j 
Lange oeren fen smerte, 
In nochten — ho kodrt ! 

Det fordwine de modrns. 

D^ad, hwat bist don, 
Ta hwaera alien buwgje. 

Fen de scepterde kening ta de slawe ? 
De Isetste, boeste fr^'on, 
Om uws sodrgen to eingjen, 

Dyn gebiet is yn't graef. 

Wenneer se alien binne fled 
Jouwst dou ien bsed, 

Waer wy kalm yn sliepe : 
De wounen alle hele, 
De digerige f'agen segele, 

Dy lang dfene wekje in gepje. 



(Snglifd) »oit ber ffirafin ^Iefftttgtott« 

What art thou life ? 
A weary strife 

Of pain, care and sorrow j 
Long hours of grief. 
And joys — how brief I 

That vanish on the morrow. 

Death, what art thoa, 
To whom all bow, 

From sceptred king to slave ? 
The last, best friend. 
Our cares to end 

Thy empire 's in the grave. 

When all have fled 
Thou giv'st a bed. 

Wherein we calmly sleep : 
The wounds all heal'd, 
The dim eyes seal'd. 

That long did wake and weep 



XX vm 



hfdfi^te tier cnijltrf|)cn ^'■prad)e. 



T>u angelfarf)jtf(^e ©pra^c '^attc t^rc ijerfc^ietencn 2)ialcfte; t»ir woUen'^icr nur ein SBeifptel batiott 
ftttful^rctt. 



Mk. IV, 3—5. 
3. Gehyrath, * Ute code sessedere hys ssed to 
Bawenne. 4. And tha, he sew, sum feoll with 
thone weg, and fugelas comon and hyt frseton. 
5. Sum feoll ofer stans — cyligean, th&T hyt nsefde 
mycel eorthan, and sona up-eode, for ^Aam the 
hyt nsefde eorthan ^Mccnesse. 

Son bent "t!lusl)iBort^ ®lo00." 
3m lOten 3i^^i^i)wnt)crt. 
3. Geherthe ; heonu eode the sedere sawend 
to sawend. 4. and miththy giseow, other sum 
gifeol ymb tha strete, and comun flegende, and 
fretan etan thset. 5. other sum sothlice gifeol 
ofer staenere, ther ne haefde eortho, and hrsethe 
up iornende wses, for thon ne hafde heouisse 
eortho. 



SSott bent "l!l0rtl)umbrtan ©loss." A. D. 900. 
Mk. IV, 3—5. 

3. — heono eode the sawende sedere to 
sawenne 4. and mithths geseuw, other su feoll 
ymb tha stret, and cwomon flegendo and frettoa 
eton thaet 5. sum ec feoll of. staener, ther ne hasfde 
eorthu michel menig ; and hrsethe uppiornende 
waes arissen wses f. thon niefde heanisse eorthes. 

3. Hearken ; Behold, there went out a sower 
to sow. 4. And it came to pass as he sowed 
some fell by the way-side, and the fowels of the 
air came and devoured it up. 5. And some fell 
on the stony ground, where it had not much 
earth ; and immediately it sprung up, because 
it hjid no depth of earth. 



2)as 3Satcrnnfcr, we^eg Jc^t uhtx elf^unbert 3^^^^^ alt i% qiU uni einc gutc ^vobt Don bent alttn 
©ac^ftf^en; auc^ fonnen ivir barln fe^rlei(^t bie SSe'ranberung nsa^rne'^mcn, bic bie ©prac^c nac^ unb 
na(^ erfittctt ^at : — 



3m 3a:^re 750 : 
" Uren Fader, thic arth in heofnas. 
Sic gehalqud thin noma, to cymeth 
thin ric. Sic thin willa, sue is in 
heofnas, and in eortho. Yrenh laf 
ofer wirtlic sel us to daeg, and 
forgef us scylda urna, sue we for- 
gefan scyldgum urum, and do inlead 
usith in custnung. An gefrig vrich 
from ifle." 



3m 3a^rc 890 : 

" Fseder ure thu whe eart in heofenum, 
Si thin nama gehalgod. 
To be-cume then rice 
Gefurthe thin willa on eorthan, swa swa 
on heofenum. 

TJrne dsegramlicam hlaf syle us to dseg, 
And forgif us ure gyltas, swa swa we forgifath 
urum gyltendum. 

And ne gelasdde thu U8 on costenunge, 
Ac alys us of yfell. Sothlice." 



3m 13ten 3fl^t'^w«bert: 

Our Fadir that art in hevenys. 
Halewid be thi name, 
Thy kingdom come to. 
Be thi wil in erthe, as in hevene. 
Give to us this day our breed over other substance. 
And forgive to us our dettis, as we forgive our dettouris. 
And lede us not into teraptacioun, 
But delyvere us from yvel. Amen. 

S^er etnjtge Unterfc^ieb in bem iBatcrunfer t)on 1611 unb bcm ie^iQtn It^t^ in ben SBorten "and 
forgive us our dettes, as we forgive our detters," unb im S3uc^ftaMrcn eingelner SCortcr. 



Da^ ttctd^e th tjl l()ter tntt th, iai ^axlt mil -th tejci^net 



kfd}xA}U "iter cnijlifdjcn .^prarfje. 



XXIX 



®>(mtfd)Us ^Inflclfat^fifd) nun tier 
On this gere for se king Henri ofer sse aet 
te Lammasse, and ths&t other dei, tha. he lai an 
elep in scip. tha, <^estrede the dsei oner all landes 
and nuard the sunne swilc als it uuare ^/ire-niht- 
ald mone. an sterres abnten him at middaei. 
Wurthen men swithe ofwundred and ofdred. and 
sseden thast mice! thing sculde cumme her efter. 
8wa dide. for thast ilc gser warth the king ded. 
thset other dsei eftei^S. Andreas massedeei. on 
Normandi. Th& wes tre sona ^^s landes. for 
senric man eone raeuede other the mihte. Tha 
namen his sune and his frend and brohten his 
lie to Engle-land. and bebiriend in Reding. 
God man he wes. and micel seie wes of him. 
Durste nan man misdon with other on his time. 
Pais he makede men and daer. Wua sua bare 
his byrthen gold and silure. dorste nan man sei 
to him naht bate god. 



" Saxon Chronicle," A. D. 1135. 

In this year went the king Henry over sea at 
Lammass; and the next day as he lay asleep 
in ship, darkened the day over all lands 
and became the sun so as it were a three-night- 
old moon, and the stars about him at midday. 
Men were very much astonished and terrified and 
said that a great event should come hereafter. 
So it did for that same year was the king dead, 
the next day after St. Andrew's massday in 
Normandy. Then was tribulation soon in the 
land; for every man that might, soon robbed 
another. Then his sons and his friends took hia 
body to England and hurried it at Reading. 
A good man he was, and there was great dread 
of him. No man durst do wrong with another in 
his time. Peace he made for man and beast. 
Whoso bare his burthen of gold and silver, durst 
no man say ought to him but good. 

Ingram's Saxon Chronicle. 



THE GRAEVE, bas 

The wes bold gebyld 
er thu iboren were ; 
the wes molde imynt 
er thu of moder come ; 
ac hit nes no idiht, 
ne theo deopnes imeten ; 
nes gyt iloced, 
hu long hit ^^e were : 
Nu me the bringaeth 
ihev thu beon scealt, 
nu me sceal the raeten, 
and tha mold seoththa, &c. 



©rab, ^albfadjfifdj, A. D. 1150 

For thee was a house built 

Ere thou wert born ; 

For thee was a mould appointed 

Ere thou of mother earnest. 

But it is not prepared. 

Nor the deepness meted ; 

Nor is yet seen. 

How long for thee it were. 

Now I bring thee 

Where thou shalt be, 

Now I shall thee measure 

And then earth afterwards. 



1llfln"THE ORMTTLUM," fine metrtfd)e |)nra})l)rafe tm ^vm^dhxmi «ntJ ier ^pnfteljjef^idjfe 
in §a{\>ii\d)U^^ obcr tiiclmcljr Panifd)-S*od)rtrd), A D. 1180. 
Fppo the <^.ridde dagg bilamrap, swa summ th^ Qoddspell Wthethth 
thaii i ^^e land off Galile wass an bridale garrkedd ; 
And itt wass garrkedd inn an tun thait wass Cana gehatenn, 
and Cristess moderr Marge wass att tatt bridaless ssete. 
And Crist wass clepedd till thatt hns vfMhth hise lerninng cnihhtess. 
And teggre win wass drunnkenn swa ^^aet taer nass tha. na mare. 



Wanlet. 



SDortlic^ engltfd^. 
Upon the third day (it) happened, as some of the Gospels say, 
That in the land of Galilee was a bridal prepared ; 
And it was prepared in a town that was Cana called, 
and Christ's mother Mary was at that bridal seat. 
And Christ was invited to that house with his disciples. 
And their wine was drunk, so that there was not then any more. 
B 



Vm "A History of England in rhyming verse," tian Robert of Gloucester, A. D. 1280. 
As in the l^orth West a derk weder thev aros, 
So deinliche suart inou, that mani man agros, 
And ouer caste it thogte al thnt lond, that me migte vnnethe Ise, 
Grisloker weder tha,n it was ne migte an erthe be. 
An vewe dropes of reine ther velle grete inou. 
This tokninge vel in this lond, tho me this men slou 
Wor thretti mile thauue. this isei Roberd, 
Th&t verst this boc made, and was wel sore aferd. 

3o:^n be SCicIif tvarb urn t>a« 3(i^r 1324 in bem Dorfe SKictif am Zm gluffc, natjc Bei 9tidC>mont) in 
gjorff^ire, ge'6oren. Sr iifeerfe^te bie 33ibel, ba5 neue leftament nnti feI6^ bic apofr^p^ifc^en 33iid)er 
(tug bem Satetnifc^en in'^ Snglifc^e. (Seine ©prac^e ift nid)t niet)r angelfac^ftfd^ fonbern altenglifc^. 
golgenbcr Stu^jug Unn jum Serglei^ mit ben »erfc^iebenen »or^crge:^enben Slugjitgen ou^ bem @Ieic^=' 
nijje oon bem ©aemann blenen. 

Mk. IV, 3—6. 

Here ye, lo a man sowinge, goith out to so we, and the while he sowith sum seed fel aboute the 
weye, and briddis of hevene camen and eeten it. other felde doun on stony places where it hadde 
not myche erthe, and anoon it sprong up ; for it hadde not depnesse of erthe, and whanne the sunne 
roos up it welewide for hete, and' it driede up, for it hadde no roote. * 

2)ag 2IngeTfa(^ftfd)e, ttermifci^t mit bem !I)anifc^en, t»ar bte ©prad^e Snglanb^, aU SBil^elm II. »ott 
ber 9iormanb{e bag Sanb eroberte. ^ie 9?ormannen tjatten bic ©prac^e it)rer ^dter, bag altc 2)anif(^e, 
ijerloren; fiolj auf bie neu crjworbene (5prad)e, bie tterfeinerten ©itten, blidten ftc mit 3Sera(^tung anf 
bie Seftegten wnb ^orten mit ©pott auf bte (Sprac^e, bie boc^ i^re eigenen SSorfa'^ren gefprod)en. 9?ac^ 
unb nac^ ftngen biefe ijerfc^iebenen ©lemente jebo^ an, fic^ ju t)ermifc^en, mit bem Unterfd)iebe, baf 
atteg 9itebere unb ©emeine au^ bem 2tngel[ac^|lf(^en, alleg Srtjabene, ©elel)rte, ben SBiffenfc^aften 2ln= 
ge'^orige aui bem gran^ofifi^en entnommen war. !J)ie @prad)e ber ©efe^e, beg .Sriegeg, ber 3agb, ber 
gieltgion war franjoftfc^. 2t(Ie gen)o^nUd)en ©egenftanbe, bie griic^te beg gelbeg, bic ^augtl)ierc, bic 
S3aume beg SCalbeg waren angel[ad}[if(^. 

SBir ftnben fein Ibefyereg 33ilb ber ©prac^e atg bag, tvclc^cg 2QaUcr ©cott nni in feinem 3 o a n'^ o e 
»or 5tugen ftetlt. 3n einer Unterrebnng 3njtfd}en @urt^, bem ©d)weinet)irten unb 2Bamba, bem 9lar== 
ren, ruft erfterer bem 2Bamba ^u : „^omm, auf 9}?ann, unb l)ilf mir bie ©ci^njeine jufammen treiben/' 
le^terer antmortet : „®urtl), id) rat^c bir, ben gango (feinen ^unb) afcjurufen unb bie ©(^n?eine i()rem 
©c^idfale gu uberloffen, benn 06 fie nun SBanben reifenber ®o(baten ober 3lauBern obcr t»anbernben 
5)ilgern fcegegnen, fo wcrben fie jebenfallg sor morgen friit), ju JDeinem nic^t geringen S^rofte unb SDei* 
ner 3wfneben^eit in ^iormannen »erivanbcU merben." 

„!Die ©c^wetne gu meinem Zxo^t in 9?ormannen t>ertuanbeln I" rief ©urt^ ; „fomm, crKare mir 
bteg, benn mein ®e^irn ift ju ftumpf unb meine @eele 3U ijerbrieglit^, 9idt^fct ju lofen." 

„^nn fag an, tr>ic nennfl bu biefe grunjenben Seflien, wd^renb fic auf ii^ren »ier Scincn ^erum« 
laufcn?" fragtc 2Bamt»o. 

„(B^n?eine (swine), ^axv, <3^t»eine," fagte ber ^irte, „|eber ^axx wei^ bag." 

„Unb swine i^ gut fat^ftfc^,'' fagte ber 9iarr, „unb »»ie nennfi bu bic <Bau, »cnn f!e gefc^Ia^tet, 
auggenommen unb tvic ein S5errdtt)er aufge^angen ift?" 

„Pork (©d)n)einefleif(^)," antivortete ber ^irt. 
• „Sg freut mic^, ba^ auc^ bag jeber Starr mi^," fagte SBamBo, „unb Pork ifl gut normannifc^* 
franjofifc^ ; n>enn alfo bag S5ie^ UU unb un-ter ber 2iufft(^t eineg fac^ftfc^en ©flatjen fle^t, fo get)t eg 
bet feinem fad^ftfc^en Sfiamen; abcr eg toirb ein 9?ormann baraug unb Ijei^tpork trenn eg auf'g ©c^Iop 
gcbrat^t wirb, um am ©ef(^maup ber Slbeligen J^eil ju nel)men; txtas fagft liDubap, greunb ®urt^?" 

„Sg ifl nur ju tva^r, greunb 2Bam6o, wic eg auc^ immer in !Deinen fRarren^Sc^abel gefommen 
fettt mag." 



„9?utt, i^ fann Tix nod) mct)r fa^cn," fagtc SBambo. „T!a ifi fcer alte ^ritermann D;^^^ (ox), ber 
be^att ganj ru^tg fcinen alten 5tamen, iDa^renb er in ben ^anben ter ©erfen obcr fieibcigenen, Juie 
Du finer btfl, aber er tuirb jum fcurigen franjoftfc^en (Stufeer unt) beif t beef (Dd^fenfleif^), fobatb cc 
»or bic l^oc^miit^igen 9)?auler berer erfdjeint, bie ju feiner iscrjel^rung beflimmt finb. 2luc^ J^err Calf 
(^alb) n?irb Monsieur de veau (veal) auf a^nlii^e 2lrt; er x\t ein (2ad)fe, fo langc er gcpflegt unb 
gefiittert tcerben mu^ ; abcr fobalb er jum ©aumenfi^el bienen foil, nimmt er cinen franjoftfcben 
9?amen an." 

Sle^nlid^e Seifpieic ftnben wir genug. J)ag 3;^ier ^ie§ sheep, aber ba^ gleifc^ mutton. S^ war 
einc ^enne in bent ^ii^ner^of, aber tin pullet wenn ci auf ben lifcb tarn, 

2luf einer anbcrn ©telle fagt berfelbe ©(^riftftetlcr, njo er t»on ber (Einfubmng bcr (Sprac^e 2Qill)elm5 
be« Srobererg fpric^t : „^uvi, franjoftfc^ mar bie ©prac^e bcr Sbrc, ber 9littcrlidbfeit unb felbfl ber 
©ercd^tigfeit, trta^renb man bad »icl mannlic^ere augbru(f»Jootterc Slngelfa^flfd^ ben S3auern unb 
^nec^ten iiberliep." 

3n ber Sbinburgcr 9lc»ieh) tton 1839 ^abcn wir folgenbc Sefcbrcibung ber angclfac^Pfc^en <Sprad^c : 

„!Die englifc^e ©rammati! bcf(^aftigt flc^ eigcntlic^ nur nttt bent J^eil ber ©prad^c, ber and bent 
2lngelfdc^flfc^en abgeleitct ifl. !Die ^aupt*Sigenfd)aften unfcreg ©praci^baucd unb unfcrer ^leben^art 
flnb angelfac^fifd^ unb alle SBorte, mit beren Unterfu^ung bie ©rammatif fti^ bcfc^aftigt, fommen au^ 
bicfer Cuelle. SSenn aud^ biefe Sigent)eiten be^ 5Baue<5 nur icenig SHaunt einne^nten unb bie Qa^ 
biffer SCorter, wenn wir fie mit bem 3n^ilte »on 3obnfon'3 Dictionar ttergleic^en, nur flein i% fo 
bringen fie bo(^ auf'g ticfjie in bie ©prac^e ein unb tragen jur SBilbung unb S3eftimmung i^vti S^a=' 
rafter^ bebcutenb bei. Die wenigcn SBicgungen, n?el^e n?ir t^aben, finb alle au« bem Stngelfnd^pfcben. 
Der englifcj^e ®eniti*>, bie gewo^nlic^en 2lrten ben 'plural ber ^auptworter gu bilben, unb bie Snbun= 
gen er unb est, teoburdb mir ben Gomparatit) unb ©uperlotio ber Slbjcctisc bilben; bie S3iegungen ber 
giirrobrter, ber jweitcn unb brittcn ^erfonen im ^rdfeni? unb 3mperfectum ber regelmdpigen unb 
unregetmapigen 3cit»orter unb bie gewobnlii^ftc Snbung unfcrer 2lboerbien (ly) flnb anS bem 2tngcl^ 
fa(i^flf(^en. ©elbfl bie auS bem ?ateinif(^en unb ©riec^ifd^en entlebnten 2Corter ne^mcn bie angel* 
fac^ftficn Snbungcn bed ©enititifi unb beS ^^lurald an, ma^rcnb oud^ bie gegenwartigen unb »ergan=» 
genen ^artictpien bcr 3eit»6rter auiJ berfelbcn £}uetle bie angclfac^ftfd^en Siegungen anne^men. Die 
giebetbeile, n?elc^e am !^auflgflen »orIommen, finb faft alle angclfa^ftfc^en UrfprungS. Die 2lrtifel unb 
anbern SSeftimmungsnjorter, l»ic a, an, the, this, that, then, those, many, few, some, one, none; bie 
Slbjcctioe, beren Somparatioc unb ©upcrlatioe unregelmdpig flnb, beren ®cbrau(^ in alien (Sprac^cn 
am altcflen unb au^gebe^nteflcn ijl; bie SBortcr more unb most, womit toix ben frangoflfd^cn Compa* 
ratio unb ©upcrlatio bilben ; alle unfere perfonlic^cn, poffefftocn, relatioen unb intcrrogatioen giir* 
wSrter, fafl alle unfere unregelmd^igen 3eitn)6rter, alle ^iilfdjeitroortcr, tnic have, be, shall, will, may, 
can, must ; alle am :^auftgflcn yorfotnmenben 3lb»crbien unb bie Gonjunctionen unb ^ropofltionen faft 
o^ne 3lu^nat)me, ge^oren bem 2lngelfdd^ftfd^en an." 



eitere ©efdiidite Ux engltfdieii ^j)rad)e, 



9Ste au3 bem i)or:^er ©efagtcn beuttic^ ^ersorge^t, ip tas gan^e ©eriifle ber engnfd)en (S|5rad)e 
angelfdc^fifc^, aHeg tras na(^t)er :^ihjuge!ommcn, mup fid) bemfelben fitgcn. 

■Der erfte fcebeutenbc 3u>t^uci)g ber ©pvac^e, tvenn foId>er aiid^ jitd)t gleic^ ftattfanb, tr»ar boc^ bie 
golge ber ©d)Iac^t Ui J^afting^ unb bie groBerung tton Snglanb bitrc^ JBil^elm I. !Diefe (Srokrung 
wax fiir Snglanb tin ©litd, oBgletc^ bie Unterbriidung ber J)anen unb Stngelfac^fen juerjl bicfe 3?i3(fcr 
gang gu jerftoren bro^te. Sange floffen bie Beibcn ©prac^en, glei(^ jmci gliiffen, bie burd) einen ftatfcn 
SCatl getrcnnt ftnb, ncBen einanber ^er, njenn and) ^ic unb ba ein franjoftfi^e^ S3}ort in'g Sngtifc^c 
^inuberging, 2:)er ^a§ auf ber einen <Seitc, bie 3Serad)tung auf ber anbern, mad)ten eine fc^netle S^er^' 
einigung, [otwie bie au^f(^lie§Iid)e Stnna^me ber einen ober ber anbern ©pra^e, unmogli^. 

2Bai)renb ber anbertl)alb 3a^rt)unberte na^ ber Srokrung, gaB eg cigentUd) fcine englift^e ®c= 
fd)id)te. S^ ifl wa^r, bie franjoftfc^en ^onigc "oon Snglanb er^oBen fic^ gu eincr ^o^e, bie bie S5e= 
iDunberung unb ben ©^reden atler bena(^(>arten 33i)(fer errcgten. ©ie beftegten 3rl<inb ; (Sd)Dtt(anb 
{(ulbigte i^nen ; 2lficn fojvo^l luie Suropa n>urbe »on bem ®Ianj i^rer 3;t)aten geblenbet. 2)tit unipitl^ 
fiirlid)er 33ctvunberung tv},a1)Utt bie araBif(^en ©cfdtc6tfd)reiBer ben gad »on SIcrc, bie 35ert^eibigung 
3oppa'g unb ben ftegreid)en 3wg ^^(^ ^Ucaion; unb noc^ langc nac^^er Bracfeten aralnfd)e ?!}tittteri()rc 
^inber mit bem ^'iamen besS Iotr»ent)er3igen ^^I^iutagenet'^ jum ©(^tueigem ©o Ieid)t »ermed)fcln »vir 
bie ®ro^e eincg ^onigg mit ber ®ro§c ber 9?aticn, bap bie mci^en englifc^en ©c^riftftetler bie 2)?ac|t 
unb bie ^errli(i^!cit ii)rer frcmben 9tegierer hii jum ^immcl erl)ekn, unb ben 33erfaU bicfer 9}?ad)t mt 
ein, bem Sanbe wieberfa^renc^, llngliid beKagen. ^er (Eroberer unb feine 9?ad)foIger, bid jur otevten 
®eneration, ivaren nic^t Sngfdnber ; bie meiften tcaren in granfrcic^ geboren, ben grij^ten Jt^eil il)rc3 
Sebcnd bra(^ten fte in ^i^anfreic^ ju, i^re 5}?uttcrfprad)e mar fran3oftf(^j jcbeS 2lmt jrar »on eincm 
granjofen fcefe^t; jebe Sroberung, bie ftc auf bem Sontinente mai^ten, entfrembete fie me^r unb mdjx 
ben 3nfeI6en)ot)nern. 

2Bare eg, t»ie eS jra:^rf^cinlic^ wax, bem ^aufe ^lantagenet gelungen, ganj ^ranfreic^ unter feiner 
9tegierung ju ijereinigen, fo ttJiirbe Snglanb m^l nie aU unab{)angigeg didd^ eriftirt t)aben. ©einc 
giirften, feine 2oxU, feine ©eiftlic^feit wdren ^^dnncr geti^efen, bie fic^ in if)rer3tace unb i|rer ©prad)c 
»on ben ^anbtr>erfern unb Sanbleuten unterfd)ieben fatten. X;ie Stcoenuen i^rer reid)en Sanbeigeui* 
tl)itmer jvaren an ber ©eine in geften unb Suftbarfeiten oergeubet morben. 2)ie ebtc <Bpxad)t 9)?iIton'« 
unb SBurfe'g tpare ein S^ialeft otjne Sitcratur, o()ne eine bcftimmte ©rammatif, o:^ne eine beftimmtc 
Drt^ograpl^ie gebtieben, bie man mit 3Serad)tung ben Sauern unb bem ^obel iiberlaffen ^tte. ^ein 
«DZann »on englifc^er Slbfunft ware ju Stjren gefommen, o^ne erft in ©prac^e unb ©itten gum gran- 
jofen gettjorben ju fein. 

Snglanb i^ biefem @Ienbe burc^ einc Segeben'^eit entgangen, bie feine ®ef(^i(^tfc^reiber trie ein 
gropeg Ungliid barfteUen. ©ein S^ttereffc wax bem feiner 3ftegenten fo gang entgegengefe^t, bap fcine 
cinjigc ^offnung auf beren 3rrt^itmer unb Ungliid 'berut)ete. X)ie Slalente unb felbjl bie Jugcnbcn 
feiner er^cn fec^g .Konige marcn ein gluci^ fiir bag Sanb; bie J^ort)citcn unb Safter ber fpdteren retteten 
eg. SBd^renb grantreic^ jum er^en ISRaU feit ben ^eiten ^axV^ beg ©ro§en toon einem ^^rinjen »ott 
grower Slugbauer unb :^o^en Salenten regiert rourbe, l^rrfc^te iibcr Snglanb ein erbdrmlid)er gcigling, 
3o^ann tDurbe aug ber 5(?ormanbie »ertrieben ; ber normdnnifd)e 51bel mupte jwifd^en Snglanb unb 

(xxxii) 



<[^efd)t(^tt tifr fnflltfd)cn S'prttri)e. xxxiii 

ber SfJormanbie to'd^Un. Singefc^Ioffen von ber ®cc mit bcntfelben 35otfe, toel6)ti fie Bi^^cr untcrtriidt 
unt »erac!^tet fatten, ftngen fie an Snglanb aU it)v 33aterlant> unb bie Snglanber aU t^rc Sanb^tcutc 
gu betrac^ten ; bie kiben, fcit langer 3eit feinblic^en ^^artcien, fa^en ein, ba§ ftc gemcine ^ntcreffen 
unb gemcinc Oeiitbc fatten. S3e{bc tpurben »on einem f^Ied^tcn ^onige unterbriicft, beibe gleic^ un* 
unllig, bap i^nen bie Stngcborncn »on f)oitou unb 2Iquitaire ijorgcjogen twurben, fc^Io|Jen \i^ bie 
6nfe( ber jlrieger, bie unter SBit^cIm bem Sroberer gefec^ten, an bie @nfel bcrer, bie bort wnter J^arolb 
gefatlen waren, an, unb bag erftc ^-''fanb i{)rer 35ereinigung war ber grope grei^eit^^ricf (magna charta 
libertatum), ber Stamm ber englif^cn grei^cit, ber Ui auf unferc 3eitcn bie l^errlid^fien gritc^te ge- 
tragcn, unb wclc^en i^re ttcreinigten ^riifte, jum 91u0en Siller, bem jlonige ab3n)angen. 

Jpicr fiingt bie englifc^e ©cfc^ic^te wirflic^ an: fdjnell luie bicSJZajfen ftd) toerfd^moljen, cben fo fc^netl 
bcreinigtcn fic^ bie ©prat^en. Unter 9ti(^arb I. n?ar bie gett?ot}nIid)e 35eriviinfd)ung eines normanni* 
fd)en Sbelmanncg : " May I become an Englishman !" 3c^ n^iU ein Snglanbcr n^cvben, juenn k. 
Xit gen^^bnlic^c gorm ciner unnniligen 35erneinung, „©(aubil X^u, bap i^ ein Snglcinber bin?" "Do 
you talce me for an Englishman?" ^unbcrt 3a£)re fpdter riit)mtcn"bie iSnfel einc5 folc^cn Sbclmanne^ 
pc^ i^reisi 35aterIanbe»J unb loaren fiolj, Snglanbcr 3U fcin. 3c0t entftanb bie (5prad)e, bie, wenn auc^ 
niAt fo trohltijnenb ivie bie 3pracl)en be*? 3iiben<J, boA a n .^^ raft, gi c idU^alti^i fcit, SBrauc^barfeit fiir allc 
^o^ji«u,gw»(fe ber yoefie, ber ^^ilofop^ic unb ber_3tebffuiijt nur ber gried)if(jen nad)[teDt. ©ann 
crfc^ien auc^ bad ^JUforgenrot^ jcner eblen fiitcratur, tti ^crrlic^flen unb'bauerlafteflen @uteg unter 
ben t?ielcn 9teic^tl)iimern Snglanb^. 

3m 2lnfange beg vierjcfyntcn 3at)r()unbcrt3 tt>ar bie 3?crmif(^ung fafl loollenbet unb bie ^d6^en 
h?aren nit^t ju tterfennen, bap l^ier au^ brei 3"?f*9C" ^^^ gropen teutonifci^en gamilic mit ben ©ritten 
ein SSoIf entfianbcn, bas feincm in ber gan^en 53clt nad)ftanb. 

3n ben nac^ften tjunbert 3a^rcn tt)el)ten bie ga^neu englifc^cr ^iilf^truppen ficgreic^ auf atten 
Sc^Iac^tfelbern Suropa'g. 3u ^aufe entftanben ^o\)e Sc^ulen unb ©i^e ber ©ete]^rfam?eit ; ^errlid^c 
Okbaubc jeigtcn bie gortfc^rittc ber SBaufunfl. Gine beutfd)e ©tammfprad^e auS ber ntjrmannifc^* 
franjofifc^en mit laufenbcn »on SCortern bereid)ert, n^nrbc je^t ^om 3lbel fowie »om 55oIfe gcfproc^en 
unb balb jcigten ftc^ bie ^errlic^flen 5olgcn. Die englifc^en 3)id)tcr befc^rieben aUei ®d)one unb 
©ute, iva^rcnb ber Denfcr \n wiffen ober 3U jmeifein wagte, m ber Stberglaube ft* begniigt, ju erftau* 
ncn unb ju glauben. S^affelbc 3eitalter, welc^eiS ben fAwarjen 5^vinjcn, 3)erb9, S^anbo^ unb ^awU 
h?cob erjeugtcn, rief auc^ (iJeoffre? Gljaucer unb 3o()n SR>icIi|fe insS Scben. 

Chancer bebient fic^ in feinen SBerfen me^r franji^ftfc^er Shorter nne irgcnb ein ®d)riftfteller ttor i^m 
ober fciner cigencn 3eit. ^Niele von biefen STOiJrtern anirben nac^bcr alfi unpajfcnb ober iiberfliiffig 
hJieber ttcrworfen. ®o ^at G^aucer " misericorde," malure (malheur), perible, gipon, pierrie fiir 
Gulfteine. SBicIiffe braud>t ba»J SBort creancur (crc-ancier) fiir creditor, ©laubiger unb anbere. 
mani^i »on bicfcn SJortern erl)iclten fic^ jiemlic^ lange unb tt?urben boc^ julc^t Perabfd)iebet; fo ftnben 
ipir in Spenfer : rivage, lifer ; jouissance, ®enup ; accoil (accueillir), aufne^men, empfangen, unb 
in (S^afev^peare, esperance, ^offnung, orgillous (orgueilleux), ftolj; rondure (rondeur), Sliin- 
bung, 9lunbe. 

^ai) e^aucer fc^cint bie cnglifc^c (Spra(^e unb Jiteratur in ben nad)ftcn :^unbert ^ai^xtn wenig 
gortfc^ritte gcmac^t gu ^aben. Der ^eftigc ^ampf mit ^ranfreid^, ber fo rii^mtic^ begann unb fo un* 
gliicflic^ fiir Gnglanb enbete. 3)ie SSiirgerfriege ber Jueipcn unb rott)en 0tofe befc^afHgten bie @e- 
ntiit^er ju fe^r, unb wenig gefc^a^ fiir bie S^ereblung ber ©prac^e. 

Snbcffen eine 5?eranberung foOte balb ftattftnben ; in 3tatien eri»ad)te juerft ber ©cfi^macf fiir bie 
altcn romifc^cn i:i*ter unb breitcte fic^ »on bort, obgleic^ ttmi fpater, iiber ganj Suropa au^. a)ic 
cnglifc^e ©prac^e, bie einmal angcfangen ^atte, bad fiiblic^c (Element in fic^ auf3unc()men, empftng mit 
berfelben ?ei(^tigfeit bie tateinif^d)en iofabein, h?{e fie nac^ ber (Eroberung 2jBiU)eIm'g r«^ bie fran* 
8ijrtfd)en cin^erteibt ^atte. 3ur 3eit Jpeinrid^'3 YIII. murben nic^t ein.^etne lateinifc^e SBorter, ttjie 
fpater, eingefii^rt, fonbern ganje Sc^aaren erfc^icnen. g)uttcn^am, ein ®d)riftftetler unter (Slifabet^, 
ber in 1589 feine " Art of English Poetry" ^crau^gab, gibt ein langeg SSerjetc^nip ber ju biefcr 3eit 
cingefiit)rten 2Borter. ginige baoon ftnb grie^ifc^, einige franjofifc^ unb italicnifi^, abcr bie meiften 
flnb lateinif^. 



3n 1601 Qob ^^tlemon .Oollanb etne Uei>erfe^ung »ott flixi'^^i S'iaturgcfc^ic^tc l^erflug unb fiigt 
t>crfel6cn efn ©lofjarium feci, in iwelc^em er e3 noc^ fiir not^ig |>alt, 2Borter »ic t)ic fotgcnben ju 
crflaren ; acrimony, austere, bulb, debility, opiate, symptom, u. f. «?♦ 

2)tefe ginfii^rung lateinifc^er SCiJrter baucrte ein ganje^ 3<i^f'^wnt'ert unb o^Bglcfd^ flc ien ffiort* 
ijorrat:^ Bcbeutcnb toermc^^rte, fo t^attc ber ®eifl ter ®pra(^c t»o(^ untcr ter Safi eriicgen fonnen, 
i»cnn fic ftc^ ni^t :^ier, iric fritter mit ber franjoftfc^en, t)e3 Unnu^en unt) Ueberfliifjtgen ent= 
aufert l^atte. 

2Ba^ wurbc au3 ber ©prac^e getworbcn fcin, tvcnn man fotd^c Shorter trie tie folgcnben, bie boc^ 
lUc ju i^rcr 3ett t^re ac^ttarcn giirfprec^er l^atten, hcihdjaltcn 1)atti'y j. 33. torve unb terric 
(gutter), cecity (.Roofer), lepid unb sufflaminate (53arroiu), stultiloquy, immorigerous, clancular, 
ferity, hyperaspist (3eremp Slaplor), dyscolous (gojcc), moliminously (Subwort^), immarcescible, 
(Sif^o^ ^all). 

SDIanc^e SBortcr wurben im 2(nfange in i^rem natitrlic^en 3uftflnt)e aufgenommen «nb fpater ber 
(Sprac^c anijaffenb i^eranbert. ©o Ijahen toiv pantomimi (Sorb Sacon), trelc^eg ft(^ fcalb in pan- 
tomimes wertvanbelte ; atomi in atoms ; caricatura in caricatures, epocha (£)r9ben) in epoch, 
effigies unb statua ((S()a!e^peare) in effigy unb statue. 

2)ie JRiitffe^r .^arlg.II., moburd) ba^ granjoftfc^c nneber 5J?obc tt>urbc, fc^tc ber Stufna^mc latei* 
niftier 2B6rtcr <2c^ranfen. S3on biefer 3eit ^^^ i'ie englif(^c ©prac^e burc^ fremben 3«f^«P feinc 
pto^Iic^c 55eranberung nte^r erittten, oBgleic^ jte noc^ fortfcifirt, fic^ frembe Shorter, tuenn fte ba^ 
Scbitrfnip fii:^It, jujueignen unb anjupajjTen. 3)aburc^, baf fte ber angelfdc^ftfc^en J)ecIination 
{^rcr ^aupt= unb Sigcnf(^aft«JtD6rter cntfagte, »erIor fie bie 9J?tttet ber 3wfantmenfe0ung ani i^rem 
eigenen SCorti)orrat^, flatt beffen nimmt fte etn f(^on ganj fertiges 2Bort eincr anbcrn ©prac^e 
auf. QaxUiWi 33erfu(^c in biefei ^inftc^t, bie beutfc^en 3wf<intmenfe^ungen nac^jua^men, ftnben 
fcittctt befonbcrn 2ln!{ang. 

Urn bie atlmal^Ugc SBeranbcrung ber (Sprac^c anfd^aulid^ ju madden, fitgen J»ir StuSjitgc au3 ben 
Beflen (Sd^riftfletlern, feit bent breijel^nten 3al)r^unbert, tei. Slug biefen ge^t beutlic^ t)eri)or, tcie 
SBorter tierfc^ivinben, neue aufgenommen ttserben; ttjie ftd) bie Drt^ograpl^ie unb felbft ber gauge 
^an ber ©jjrac^e nac^ unb nac^ weranbert, lii bag ©anje fcinen je^igen ©taubpunft erreid^t, Ui 
ti tint ©prad^e toirb, bie nii^t Idnger gwei Ileinen 3nfeln in ber 9lorbfec anget)6rt, fonbern bie 
in jebem SKinM ber SBelt, Hi ftinauf in ben Siggefllben beg 9?orbeng, tm ganjen (Siibmecr, fo« 
weit bie unge^^curen glotten biefer 3nfulaner fte gefu^rt ^aben, gcfprod^en, unb toai noc^ ine:^r 
ifl, in »eld^er tin freieg 33oIf, bag itber s*^<^"Si9 3)?ilIionen gd^It unb bag bie SCilbniffe »on 9?orb* 
amerifa burc^ feinc Jfiatfraft in ein ?anb umgefc^affen, »or beflfen Ueberflu^ alle 9teic^t{)iimer ber 
alten SCelt ju S^ic^te njerben, feinen ®ott fitr feine grei^cit unb fcine Una:&§dngig!eit banft 






fQdfpieU bet ^ptad>e ju tyeti^icbenen ^eiten* 



Bobrrt of ©loucefler (Rhyming Chroniclers), gefcoren 1228, 

Engelond ys a wel god land, ich wene of eche lond best, 

Y-set in the ende of the world, as al in the west. 

The see goth him al about, he stont as an yle. 

Here fon heo dnrre the lasse doute, but hit he throw gyle 

Of folc of the selve lond, as me hath y-seye wyle. 

From South to North he is long eight hundred myle. 

Hubert fanglttnli (Louglande), um bic ?Witte hei yierjc^ntcn 3<i^r^unt)crt«» 

MERCY AND TRUTH. 
Out of the West Coast, a wench as me thought, 
Came walking in the way, to hell-ward she looked; 
Mercy hight that maid, a meek thing withal, 
A full benign burd, and buxom of speech; 
Her sister, as it seemed, came soothly walking. 
Even out of the East, and westward she looked : 
A full comely creature, truth she- hight, 
For the virtue that her followed afeard was she never. 

i&acfftetf €l)ttucer, geborcn 1328, ter tra^rc Corner bcr englif^en 5)ocfle. 



A good man ther was of religioun, 
That was a poure Persone of a toun : 
But riche he was of holy thought and werk. 
He was also a lemed man, a clerk, 
That Cristes gospel trewely wolde preche. 
His parishens devoutly wolde he teche. 
Benigne he was, and wonder diligent, 
And in adversite ful patient : 
And swiche he was ypreved often sithes. 
Ful loth were him to cursen for his tithes, 
But rather wolde he yeven out of doute. 
Unto his poure parishens aboute. 
Of his oflFring, and eke of his substance. 
He coude in litel thing have suffisance. 
Wide was his parish, and houses fer asonder, 
But he ne left nought for no rain ne thonder, 
In sikenesse and in mischief to visite 
The ferrest in his parish, moche and lite, 
Upon his fete, and in his hand a staf. 
This noble ensample to his shepe he yaf. 
That first he wrought, and afterward he taught 
Out of the gospel he the wordes caught, 
And this figure he added yet therto, 
That if gold ruste, what shuld iren do ? 
For if a preest be foule, on whom we trust, 
No wonder is a lewed man to rust : 



And shame it is, if that a preest take kepe, 

To see a shitten shepherd, and clene shepe : 

Wel onght a preest ensample for to yeve. 

By his clenenesse, how his shepe shulde live 

He sette not his benefice to hire. 

And lette his shepe acombred in the mire. 

And ran unto London, unto Seint Poules, 

To seken him a chanterie for soules. 

Or with a brotherhede to be withold : 

But dwelt at home, and kepte wel his fold, 

So that the wolf ne made it not miscarie. 

He was a shepherd, and no mercenarie. 

And though he holy were, and vertuous, 

He was to sinful men not dispitous, 

Ne of his speche dangerous ne digne, , 

But in his teaching discrete and benigne 

To drawen folk to Heven, with fairenesse, 

By good ensample, was his besinesse : 

But it were any persone obstinat. 

What so he were of highe, or low estat. 

Him wolde he snibben sharply for the nones. 

A better preest I trowe that no wher non is. 

He waited after no pompe ne reverence, 

Ne maked him no spiced conscience. 

But Cristes lore, and his apostles twelve, 

He taught, but first he folwed it himselve, 
(xxxv) 



XXXVI 



^eiffisie iicr ^'pradji' 3U otrfdjifiifntn ^«Un. 



^ijljn ©tfiDcr, ter tiertrautc greunt) S|aucer'g, toarb tva()rfc^cin(td^ »or btefem gcfeoren ; tweber t>ad 
3a:^r noc^ bet 3)Ia0 feiner ®eburt flnb mit ®ei»i6^eit anaugeljen 

SLOTH. 



Qui nihil attemptat, nihil exedit oreque muto 

Munus amicitie vir sibi raro capit. 
Est modus in verbis, sed ei qui parcit amori 

Verba referre sua non fauet vllus amor. 

Hlc loquitur Confessor de quadam specie Accidie, quse pusillanl- 
mitas dicta est, cuius imaginatiua formido neque Tirtutes ag- 
gredi, neque vitia fugere audet, sicque vtriusque vite tarn actiue 
qoam contemplatiue premium non attingit. 



Touchende of slouth in his degree 
There is yet pusillanimitee, 
Whiche is to saie in this langage, 
He that hath littell of courage, 
And dare no mans werke begynne : 
So may he nought by reason wynne. 
For who that nought dare vndertake, 
By right he shall no profit take. 
But of this vice the nature 
Dare nothyng sette in auenture, 
Hym lacketh bothe worde and dede, 
Wherof he shulde his cause spede : 
He woll no manhode vnderstonde : 
For euer he hath drede vpon honde. 
All his perill, that he shall saie, 
Hym thyuketh the wolfe is in the waie : 
And of imaginacion 
He maketh his excusacion, 
And feigneth cause of pure drede, 
And euer he faileth at nede. 
Till all be spilte, that he with dealeth, 
He hath the sore, whiche no man heleth, 
The whiche is cleped Lacke of herte : 
Though euery grace aboute hym sterte, 
He woll not ones stere his fote, 



So that by reason lese he mote. 
That woll not aunter for to wynne. 

And so forth sonne, if we begynne 
To speke of loue and his seruice, 
There ben truantes in suche a wise, 
That lacken hert, whan best were 
Thei speken of loue, and right for fere 
Thei waxen dombe, and dare not telle, 
Without sowne, as dothe the belle, 
Whiche hath no clapper for to chyme : 
And right so thei, as for the tyme 
Ben herteless without speche, 
Of loue and dare nothyng beseche : 
And thus thei lese, and wynne nought. 

For thy my sonne if thou arte ought 
Culpable, as touchende of this slouthe, 
Shriue the therof, and tell me trouth. 

My fader I am all beknowe. 
That I haue ben one of the slowe, 
As for to telle in loues cas 
Myn herte is yet, and euer was. 
Although the worlde shulde all to breke, 
So fearfull, that I dare not speke. 
Of what purpose that I haue nome, 
Whan I towarde my ladi« come : 
But lette it pas and- ouer go. 

My sonne do no more so. 
For after that a man pursueth 
To loue, so fortune seweth 
Full ofte, and yeueth Mr happie chance 
To hym, whiche maketh continuance 
To preie loue, and to beseche. 
As by ensample I shall the teche. 



^0l)n patbaat, tie Qtit feiner ©efcurt ijl «n'6efltmmt, in 1357 toax er 5tr(^ibiacottU^ »on 2tberbeen. 

A ! Fredome is a nobill thing ! 
Fredome mayse man to haiff liking ! 
Fredome all solace to man giffis : 
He levys at ese that freely levys I 
A nobill hart may haiff nane ese, 
Na ellys nocht that may him plese. 
Give fredome failythe : for fre liking 
Is yearnyt our all other thing 
Na he, that ay hase levyt fre. 
May nocht knaw weill the propyrte 
The angyr, na the wrechyt dome. 
That is cowplyt to foule thryldome. 



^n^rcnj tPgntoun (Androwe of Wyntoune), gefcorcn in 1420, ff nj_|j 

This holy man had a ram, 
That he had fed up of a lam, 
Aud oysit him til folow ay, 
Where vir he passit iu his way. 
A thyff this scheppe in Achen stal, 
And et hym up in pecis smalle. • 

^UnlJ ^ttrr9, im 15tcn 3at)rt)Hntert. 

As they were best arrayand Butler's route, 
Betwixt parties than Wallace ischet out; 
Sixteen with him they graithit them to gae, 
Of all his men he hath leavit no mae. 
The Englishman has missit him in hy 
The hound they took and followed hastily. 
At the Gask wood full fain he wald have been; 
But his sloth -brach, whilk sicker was and keen, 
On Wallace foot followed so fellon fast. 
While in their sicht they proachit at the last. 

^ol)n Shflton, cin <Sat9ri!cr, warb Qt^en bad Snbe bed 15tcn 3a:^r:^unbcrt<J gcborcn ; in 1507 wax 

ex 5?fi»rrer ju Irompington. 
A PRAYER TO THE FATHER OF HEAFEN. 
radiant luminary of light interminable 
Celestiall father, potenciall God of might 
Of heauen and earth. Lorde incomperable 
Of al perfections the essenciall most perfighte 
Maker of mankind, that formed day aud night 
Whose power imperial, compreheudeth euery place 
Mine hart, my mind, my thought, my hole delite 
Is after this lyfe, to se thy glorious face. 



Whose magnificence, is incomprehensible 
Al arguments of reason, which far doth excede 
Whose deite doutlcs, is indiuisible 
From whom al goodness, and vertue doth procede 
Of thy support, al creatures have nede. 
Assist me good Lord, and graunt me of thy grace 
To Hue to thy pleasure, in word thought and dede 
Aud after this lyfe to see thy glorious face. 



S'ir ^l)omo« Wqat, gcboren in ^ent im %\^n 1503. 
THE LOUER PRAIETH NOT TO BE DISDAINED, REFUSED, MISTRUSTED, 

NOR FORSAKEN. 



Disdaine me not without desert ; 
Nor leaue me not so sodenly ; 
Since well ye wot, that in my hert, 
I meane ye not but honestly. 

Refuse me not without cause why ; 
Nor think me not to be unjust, 
Since that by lot of fantasie, 
Thifi careful knot nedes knit I must. 

Mistrust me not, though some there be, 
That faine woulde spot my stedfastnesse ; 



Beleue them not, sins that ye se, 
The profe is not as they expresse. 

Forsake me not, till I deserue, 
Nor hate me not, till I offende. 
Destroy me not, till that I swerue. 
But sins ye know what I entende. 

Disdaine me not, that am your owne, 
Refuse me not, that am so true, 
Mistrust me not till all be knowne, 
Forsake me not now for no new. 



t^rorge ©asicoignp, cr flarb in 1577 obcr 1578. 

IN PRAYSE OF BRIDGES, NOWE LADY SANDES. 



In Court who so demaundes what Dame doth 
most excell, 



For my conceyt I must needes say, faire Bridges 
beares the bell : 



xxxvni Sftfptclc tier S'prarf)? jti 

Upon whose liuely cheeke, to prooue my iudge- 

ment true, 
The Rose and Lillie seeme to striue for equal 

change of hewe : 
And therewithal! so well her graces all agree, 
No frowning cheere dare once presume in hir 
• sweete face to be. 

Although some lauishe lippes, which like some 

other best, 
Wyll saye the blemishe on her browe disgraceth 

all the rest. * 
Thereto I thus replie, God wotte they little know, 
The hidden cause of that mishap, nor how the 

harme dyd grow. 
For when Dame nature first had framde hir 

heauenly face. 
And thoroughly bedecked it with goodly gleames 

of grace: 
It lyked hir so well: Lo here (quod shee) a 

peece, 
For perfect shape that passeth all Apelles worke 

in Greece. 
This bayte may chaunce to catche the greatest 

God of Lone, 
Or mighty thundring loue himself that rules the 

roast aboue. 
But out, alas, those wordes were vaunted all in 

vaine. 
And some vnsene were present there (poore 
. Bridges) to thy pain. 



* She had a scar on her forehead. See Percy's Belies, vol. 
2, p. 150. Edit. 1765. 



ncrfdjiftrenen ^^rtfen. 

For Cupide, craftie boye, close in a corner stoode, 
Not blyndfold then, to gaze on hir, I gesse it 

dyd him good. 
Yet when he felt the flame gan kindle in his 

brest, 
And hard dame nature boast by hir, to breake 

him of his rest, 
His hote newe chosen loue he chaunged into 

hate. 
And sodainly with mighty mace, gan rap hir on 

the pate. 
It grieued Nature much to see the cruell deede : 
Me seemes I see her how she wept, to see hir 

dearling blede. 
Well yet (quod she) this hurt shall haue some 

helpe I trowe, 
And quicke with skin she couered it, that whither 

is than snowe. 
Wherewith Dan Cupid fled, for feare of further 

flame, 
When angel like he saw hir shine, whom he had 

smith with shame. 
Lo thus was Bridges hurt, in cradel of hir kind, 
The coward Cupid brake hir brow, to wreke his 

wounded mind, 

The skar styll there remaines, no force, there let 

it be. 
There is no clowde that can eclipse so bright a 

sunne as she. 

Euer or neuer. 



<Ctrmun1> S'penfcr trarb urn baa ^a%x 1553 in bonbon ge6oren. 3« ^dnzt 3ett ^atte fic^ bic ©jsraci^c 
fc^ott fo ijeranbcrt, bap man attes? leit^t ijcr{let)en faun. Sr iibertrip feet njeitem feinc 23organger, 
fo tt)tc bic 3)tc^tcr feiner ^zit. 



Wake now, my love, aw^ake ; for it is time ; 
The rosy Morne long since left Tithons bed, 
All ready to her silver coche to clyme ; 
And Phoebus gins to shew his glorious hed. 
Hark ! how the cheerefull birds do chaunt theyr 

laies, 
And caroll of loves praise. 
The merry larke her mattins sings aloft; 
The thrush replyes ; the mavis descant playes ; 
The ouzell shrills; the ruddock warbles soft; 
So goodly all agree, with sweet consent. 
To this dayes merriment. 
Ah 1 my deere love, why doe ye sleepe thus long. 
When meeter were that ye should now awake, 
T' awayt the coraming of your ioyous make, 
And hearken to the birds love-learned song, 



The deawy leaves among ! 
For they of ioy and pleasaunce to you sing. 
That all the woods them answer, and theyr eccho 

ring. 

My love is now awake out of her dreame, 
And her fayre eyes, like stars that dimmed were 
With darksome cloud, now shew theyr goodly 

beams 
More bright, then Hesperus his head doth rere. 
Come now, jq damzels, daughters of delight, 
Helpe quickly her to dight : 
But first come, ye fayre Houres, which were 

begot. 
In loves sweet paradice, of Day and Night; 
Which doe the seasons of the year allot, 



fJftfjjifU licr ,§"pradje 3U orrfdjiclicnrn 3cttcn. 



xxxix 



And all, that erer in this world is fayre, 
Doe make and still repayre ; 
And ye three handmayds of the Cyprian queene, 
The which doe still adorn her beauties pride, 
Help to adorne my beautifullest bride : 



And, as ye her array, still throw betweene 
Some graces to be scene ; 
And, as ye use to Venus, to her sing, 
The whiles the woods shal answer, and your 

eccho ring. 



5^omueI Panieif gcboren in Jauntoit in (Somcrfctf^irc im ^ai^u 1562. 

ULYSSES AND THE SYREN. 



SYREN. 

Come, worthy Greek, Ulysses come, 

Possess these shores with me. 
The winds and seas are troublesome, 

And here we may be free. 
Here may we sit and view their toil, 

That travail in the deep, 
Enjoy the day in mirth the while. 

And spend the night in sleep. 

ULYSSES. 

Fair nymph, if fame or honour were 

To be attain'd with ease, 
Then would I come and rest with thee. 

And leave such toils as these : 
But here it dwells, and here must I, 

With danger seek it forth ; 
To spend the time luxuriously 

Becomes not men of worth. 



SYREN. 

Ulysses, be not deceiv'd 

With that unreal name : 
This honour is a thing conceiv'd, 

And rests on others' fame. 
Begotten only to molest 

Our peace, and to beguile 
(The best thing of our life) our resl^ 

And give us up to toil I 

ULYSSES. 

Delicious nymph, suppose there were 

No honour, or report, 
Yet manliness would scorn to wear 

The time in idle sport : 
For toil doth give a better touch 

To make us feel our joy; 
And ease finds tediousness, as much 

As labour yields annoy. 



aftlidjacl Pxatfton, getoren urn tag ^a^v 1563 in 2ctccflcrf§ire. 

THE COURT OF FAIRY. 



Then thrice under a brier doth creep. 
Which at both ends was rooted deep, 
And over it three times she leapt, 

Her magic much availing : 
Then on Proserpina doth call, 
And 80 upon her spell doth fall. 
Which here to you repeat I shall. 

Not in one tittle failing. 

"By the croaking of the frog; 
By the howling of the dog ; 
By the crying of the hog 

Against the storm arising; 
By the evening curfeu-bell ; 
By the doleful dying knell ; 
let this my direfuU spell. 

Hob, hinder thy surprising. 

By the mandrakes dreadful groans ; 
By the Lubricans sad moans ; 
By the noise of dead men's bones 
In charnel-houses rattling ; 



By the hissing of the snake, 
The rustling of the fire-drake, 
r charge thee this place forsake, 
Nor of queen Mab be prattling. 

"By the whirlwind's hollow sound. 
By the thunder's dreadful stound, 
Yells of spirits under ground, 

I charge thee not to f^ar us : 
By the scriteh-owl's dismal note. 
By the black night-raven's throat, 
I charge thee, Hob, to tear thy coat 

With thorns, if thou come near us." 

Her spell thus spoke, she stept aside, 
And in a chink herself doth hide. 
To see thereof what would betide 

For she doth only mind him : 
When presently she Puck espies. 
And well she mark'd his gloating eyes, 
How under every leaf he px'ies, 

In seeking still to find them. 



XL 



peifpxele "iiet ^'yvad^e au »erfd)ifl)ctifn ^t'itrn. 



tUiUittm 5"l)ttk»p^a« n>art) Qthonn 3U ©tratfort>=on:*2t»on in 1564; fcer groptc S)ic^ter (gnglanba 

»iet(eid)t ber ganjcn Sett unb affer 3eitett. 



uir^/i. Too fairly, Hubert, for so foul effect : 
Must you with hot irons burn out both mine eyes ? 

Hub. Young boy, I must. 

A7^th. And will you ? 

Hub. And I will. 

Arth. Have you the heart ? When your head 
did but ache, 
I knit ray handkerchief about your brows, 
(The best I had, a princess wrought it me,) 
And I did never ask it you again : 
And with my hand at midnight held your head ; 
And, like the watchful minutes to the hour, 
Still and anon cheered up the heavy time ; 
Saying, What lack you ? and, Where lies your 

grief? 
Or what good love may I perform for you ? 
Many a poor man's son would have lain still, 
And ne'er have spoke a loving word to you ; 
But you at your sick service had a prince. 
Nay, you may think, my love was crafty love. 
And call it, cunning ; Do an if you will : 
If heaven be pleased that you must use me ill, 



Why, then you must. — Will you put out mine 

eyes? 
These eyes, that never did, nor never shall, 
So much as frown on you ? 

Hub. I have sworn to do it ; 

And with hot irons must I burn them out. 
Arth. Ah, none, but in this iron age, would 
do it ! 
The iron of itself, though heat red-hot, 
Approaching near these eyes, would drink my 

tears, 
And quench his fiery indignation, 
Even in the matter of mine innocence : 
Nay, after that, consume away in rust. 
But for containing fire to harm mine eye. 
Are you more stubborn-hard than hammered 
iron ? 

And if an angel should hav-e come to me. 
And told me, Hubert should put out mine eyes, 
I would not have believed no tongue, but 
Hubert's. 



DESCRIPTION OF QUEEN MAB. 



She comes 

In shape no bigger than an agate-stone 
On the fore-finger of an alderman, 
Drawn with a team of little atomies 
Athwart men's noses as they lie asleep : 
Her wagon-spokes made of long spinner's legs : 
The cover, of the wings of grasshoppers ; 
The traces, of the smallest spider's web; 
The collars, of the moonshine's watery beams : 
Her whip, of cricket's bone ; the lash of film : 
Her wagoner, a small grey-coated gnat, 
Not half so big as a round little worm 
Pricked from the lazy finger of a maid; 
Her chariot is an empty hazel-nut. 
Made by the joiner squirrel, or old grub. 
Time out of mind the fairies' coach-makers. 
And in this state she gallops night by night : 
Through lover's brains, and then they dream of 
love: 



On courtiers' knees, that dream on courtesies 
straight : 

O'er lawyers' fingers, who straight dream on 

fees : 
O'er ladies' lips, who straight on kisses dream ; 
Which oft the angry Mab with blisters plagues. 
Because their breaths with sweetmeats tainted 

are. 
Sometimes she gallops o'er a courtier's nose. 
And then dreams he of smelling out a suit : 
And sometimes comes she with a tithe-pig's tail, 
Tickling a parson's nose as 'a lies asleep, 
Then dreams he of another benefice : 
Sometimes she driveth o'er a soldie's neck, 
And then dreams he of cutting foreign throats, 
Of breaches, arabuscadoes, Spanish blades, 
Of healths five fathom deep ; and then anon 
Drums in his ear ; at which he starts and wakes ; 
And being thus frighted, swears a prayer or two. 
And sleeps again. 



pcxfficlc licr S'pradjc 3U nfrfdjirtencn ^dtfir/ 



XLI 



LOYERS BY MOONLIGHT. 

(From the Merchant of Venice.) 

How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank I 
Here will we sit, and let the sounds of music 
Creep in our ears ; soft stillness, and the night, 
Become the touches of sweet harmony. 
Sit, Jessica: Look, how the floor of heaven 
Is thick inlaid with patines of bright gold; 
There's not the smallest orb, which thou beholdest, 
But in his motion like an angel sings, 
Still quiring to the young-eyed cherubims: 
Such harmony is in immortal souls; 
But whilst this muddy vesture of decay 
Doth grossly close it in, we cannot hear it. 



3ur ^dt (Sfiaf«?pcflr'5 unb gteirf) nad) {t^m, flnbcn wtr cine grof c Stnja'^T !t)rantati!er, tie burd) fete 
SCic^tiijfeit, ivcld^c feiefer grope X^ic^tcr fecr 33u()ne »erltcl;cn, l;erttorgerufen tvurfeen. Untcr W\m 
i|l pen ^onfon einer feer ttorjiigtld^flen. 

5?on "THE FALL OF SE JANUS." 



Sil, Ay, take part. Reveal yourselves. 

Alas ! I scent not your confederacies, 
Your plots, and combination ! I not know 
Minion Sejanus hates me ; and that all 
This boast of law, and law is but a form, 
A net of Vulcan's filing, a mere engine, 
To take that life by a pretext of justice, 
Which you pursue in malice ? I want brain. 
Or nostril to persuade me, that your ends 
And purposes are made to what they are. 
Before my answer I 0, you equal gods. 
Whose justice not a world of wolf-turned men 
Shall make me to accuse, howe'er provoked : 
Have I for this so oft engaged myself? 
Stood in the heat and fervour of a fight, 
When Phoebus sooner hath forsook the day 



Than I the field, against the blue-eyed Gauls 
And crisped Germans ? when our Roman eagles 
Have fanned the fire with their labouring wings. 
And no blow dealt, that left not death behind it ? 
When I have charged, alone, into the troops 
Of curled Slcambrians, routed them, and came 
Not off, with backward ensigns of a slave, 
But forward marks, wounds on my breast and 

face. 
Were meant to thee, o Cffisar, and thy Rome ? 
And have I this return ? did I for this 
Perform so noble and so brave defeat 
On Sacrovir? (0 Jove, let it become me 
To boast my deeds, when he, whom they concern. 
Shall thus forget them.) 



§tanci9 ^fflumont unb ^oljn /lctd)er, crjlcrer geBorcn in 1586, Ic^tcrer in 1576. 



Coesar. Oh thou conqueror, 

Thou glory of the world once, now the pity ; 
Thou awe of nations, wherefore didst thou fall 

thus ? 
What poor fate followed thee and plucked thee 

on 
To trust thy sacred life to an Egyptian ? 
The life and light of Rome to a blind stranger. 
That honourable war ne'er taught a nobleness. 
Nor worthy circumstance showed what a man 

was? 



That never heard thy name sung but in banquets, 
And loose lascivious pleasures ? to a boy. 
That hath no faith to comprehend thy greatness, 
No study of thy life to know thy goodness ? 
And leave thy nation, nay, thy noble friend, 
Leave him distrusted, that in tears falls with 

thee. 
In soft relenting tears ? Hear me, great Pompey ; 
If thy great spirit can hear, I must task thee ! 
Th' hast most unnobly robbed me of my victory, 
My love and mercy. 



^l)omas Pfhkcr ^axh in 1638, 

THE PICTURE OF A LADY SEEN BY HER LOYER. 



My Infelice's face, her brow, her eye, 
The dimple on her cheek : and Such sweet skill 
Hath from the cunning workman's pencil flown. 
These lips look fresh and lively as her own ; 
Seeming to move and speak. Alas 1 now I see 
The reason why fond women love to buy 
Adulterate complexion : here 't is read ; 
False colours last after the true be dead. 
Of all the roses grafted on her cheeks, 
Of all the graces dancing in her eyes, 
Of all the music set upon her tongue, 
Of all that was past woman's excellence. 



In her white bosom ; look, a painted board 
Circumscribes all 1 Earth can no bliss afford ; 
Nothing of her but this 1 This cannot speak ; 
It has no lap for me to rest upon ; 
No lip worth tasting. Here the worms will feed. 
As in her coffin. Hence, then, idle art, 
True love's best pictured in a true love's heart. 
Here art thou drawn, sweet maid, till this be 

dead. 
So that thou livest twice, twice art buried. 
Thou figure of ray friend, lie there I 



|ll)tltp}) ^osstnflfr, geBorcn in 1584» 

SSon "A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS." 



Dov. Are you not frighted with the impreca- 
tions 
And curses of whole families, made wretched 

By your sinister practices ? 

Over. Yes, as rocks are 

When foamy billows split themselves against 
Their flinty ribs ; or as the moon is moved 
When wolves, with hunger pfned, howl at her 

brightness. 
I am of a solid temper, and, like these, 
Steer on a constant course: with mine own 

sword. 
If called into the field, I can make that right 
Which fearful enemies murmured at as wrong. 



Now, for those other piddling complaints 
Breathed out in bitterness ; as, when they call 

me 
Extortioner, tyrant, cormorant, or intruder 
On my poor neighbour's right, or grand encloser, 
Of what was common to my private use ; 
Nay, when niy ears are pierced with widows' 

cries. 
And undone orphans wash with tears my thresh- 

hold, 
I only think what 't is to have my daughter 
Right honourable ; and 't is a powerful charm, 
Makes me insensible of remorse or pity. 
Or the least sting of conscience. 



^ilton toarb geBoren in 1608 unb jlarB in 1674. 

DEBATE IN PANDEMONIUM. 



High on a throne of royal state, which far 
Outshone the wealth of Ormus and of Ind, 
Or where the gorgeous East with richest hand 
Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold, 
Satan exalted sat, by merit raised 
To that bad eminence : and from despair 
Thus high uplifted beyond hope, aspires 
Beyond thus high, insatiate to pursue 
Vain war with heaven ; and, by success untaught. 
His proud imaginations thus displayed : 

" Powei's and dominions, deities of heaven ; 
For since no deep within her gulf can hold 
Immortal vigour, though oppressed and fallen, 
I give not heaven for lost. From this descent 
Celestial virtues rising, will appear 
More glorious and more dread than from no fall. 



And trust themselves to fear no second fate. 
Me though just right, and the fixed laws of 

heaven, 
Did first create your leader : next, free choice, 
With what besides, in council or in fight. 
Hath been achieved of merit ; yet this loss. 
Thus far at least recovered, hath much more 
Established in a safe unenvied throne, 
Yielded with full consent. The happier state 
In heaven, which follows dignity, might draw 
Envy from each inferior; but who here 
Will envy whom the highest place exposes 
Foremost to stand against the Thunderer's aim. 
Your bulwark, and condemns to greatest share 
Of endless pain ? Where there is then no good 
For which to strive, no strife can grow up there 



^ctfpicle tier 5'|jrarf)f 3U vetfd)'ie'b£ntn ^riten. 



xuu 



From faction ; for none sure will claim in bell 
Precedence, none whose portion is so small 
Of present pain, that with ambitious mind 
Will covet more. With this advantage then 
To union, and firm faith, and firm accord, 
More than can be in heaven, we now return 



To claim our just inheritance of old, 

Surer to prosper than prosperity 

Could hare assured us ; and by what best way, 

Whether of open war, or covert guile. 

We now debate : who can advise, may speak." 



ptttUv QcUxtn 1612 ; flarb in 1680. 

EXPEDITION OF HUDIBRAS. 

When civil dudgeon first grew high, 
And men fell out, they knew not why: 
When hard words, jealousies, and fears. 
Set folks together by the ears, 
When gospel-trumpeter, surrounded 
With long-eared rout, to battle sounded 
And pulpit, drum ecclesiastic. 
Was beat with fist, instead of a stick: 
Then did Sir Knight abandon dwe|ling, 
And cot he rode a-colonelling. 

Ilrqtirn »arb geboren in 1631 unb flar]& in 1700, 

THE CHARACTER OF A GOOD PARSON. 



A parish priest was of the pilgrim train ; 
An awful, reverend, and religious man. 
His eyes diffused a venerable grace. 
And charity itself was in his face. 
Rich was his soul, though his attire was poor ; 
(As God has clothed his own ambassador :) 
For such, on earth, his bless'd Redeemer bore. 
Of sixty years he seemed ; and well might last 
To sixty more, but that he lived too fast; 
Refined himself to soul, to curb the sense; 
Aud made almost a sin of abstinence, 
Yet, had his aspect nothing of severe, 
But such a face as promised him sincere. 
Nothing reserved or sullen w^ts to see : 



But sweet regards ; and pleasing sanctity : 
Mild was his accent, and bis action free. 
With eloquence innate his tongue was armed ; 
Though harsh the precept,, yet the preacher 

charmed. 
For letting down the golden chain from high. 
He drew his audience upward to the sky : 
And oft, with holy hymns, he charmed their ears, 
(A music more melodious than the spheres.) 
For David left him, when he went to rest. 
His lyre ; and after him he sung the best. 
He bore his great commission in his look : 
But sweetly tempered awe ; and softened all he 

spoke. 



ptiot gcboren 1664, (larb 1721. 

SBon "SOLOMON'S ACCOUNT OF ABRA'S LOVE." 



Abashed she blushed, and with disorder spoke : 
Her rising shame adorned the words it broke. 

If the great master will descend to hear 
The humble series of his handmaid's care ; 
1 while she tells it, let him not put on 
The look that awes the nations from the throne 1 
1 let not death severe in glory lie 
In the king's frown and terror of his eye 1 
Mine to obey, thy part is to ordain ; 



And though to mention be to suffer pain. 
If the king smile whilst I my woe recite. 
If weeping, I find favour in his sight. 
Flow fast, my tears, full rising his delight. 
! witness earth beneath, and heaven above 1 
For can I hide it ? I am sick of love ; 
If madness may the name of passion bear, 
Or love be called what is indeed despair. 



XLTv pcifvtelc tier 5*pnt(f)c .;u ncrfc^tclicncn 3citfn. 

^0natl)an ^roift, geBoren 1667, gejlor6en 1745, toax ber grcge ©atiriferbciS at^tje^nten 3fl^r:^unt)crt^. 

COMPETENCE. 



I've often wished that I had clear 
For life six hundred pounds a-year, 
A handsome house to lodge a friend, 
A river at my garden's end, 
A terrace-walk, and half a rood 
Of land set out to plant a wood. 

Well, now, I have all this and more, 
I ask not to increase my store ; 
But here a grievance seems to lie, 
All this is mine but till I die ; 
I can't but think 't would sound more clever, 
To me and to my heirs for ever. 

If I ne'er got or lost a groat 



By any trick or any fault ; 

And if I pray for reason's rules. 

And not like forty other fools. 

As thus, " Youchsafe, oh gracious Maker! 

To grant me this and 't other acre ; 

Or if it be thy will and pleasure. 

Direct my plough to find a treasure !" 

But only what my station fits. 

And to be kept in my right wits ; 

Preserve, Almighty Providence! 

Just what you gave me, competence, 

And let me in these shades compose 

Something in verse as true as prose. 



JMerantJfr fJopf, gcl&orctt 1688, gcjlorkn 1744, cin tiertrautcr grcunb beg lectern, teflfen ^oetifd^cg 

ZaUnt inbcf bag-beffelfcen jDcit ii)&ertraf. 



SBott "THE ESSAY ON MAN." 
'Heaven from all creatures hides the book of 

fate, 
All but the page prescribed their present state : 
From brutes what men, from men what spirits 

know; 
Or who could suffer being here below ? 
The lamb thy riot dooms to bleed to-day, 
Had he thy reason would he skip and play ? 
Pleased to the last he crops the flowery food, 
And licks the hand just raised to shed his blood. 
I blindness to the future ! kindly given. 
That each may fill the circle marked by Heaven ; 
Who sees with equal eye, as God of all, 
A hero perish or a sparrow fall. 
Atoms or systems into ruin hurled. 
And now a bubble burst, and now a world. 
Hope humbly then; with trembling pinions 

soar. 
Wait the great teacher Death, and God adore. 
What future bliss he gives not thee to know. 



But gives that hope to be thy blessing now. 
Hope springs eternal in the human breast : 
Man never is, but always to be blest. 
The soul, uneasy and confined, from home, 
Rests and expatiates in a life to come. 

Lo ! the poor Indian, whose untutored mind 
Sees God in clouds, or hears him in the wind ; 
His soul proud science never taught to stray 
Far as the solar walk or milky way ; 
Yet simple nature to his hope has given 
Behind the cloud-topped hill an humbler heaven ; 
Some safer world in depth of woods embraced, 
Some happier island in the watery waste, 
Where slaves once more their native land behold, 
No fiends torment, no Christians thirst for gold. 
To be, contents his natural desire. 
He asks no angel's wing, no seraph's fire ; 
But thinks, admitted to that equal sky. 
His faithful dog shall bear him company. 



<lHt>n)ttrt> ^oung, geboren in 1681 ; er jlarB in 1765; fdn'^auptfac^Iit^flcg SBcrfijl "Night Thoughts-" 

THOUGHTS ON TIME. 

The bell strikes one. We take no note of time 

But from its loss: to give it then a tongue 

Is wise in man. As if an angel spoke, 

I feel the solemn sound. If heard aright. 

It is the knell of my departed hours. 

Where are they? With the years beyond the flood. 

It is the signal that demands despatch: 



How much is to be done? My hopes and fears 

Start up alarmed, and o'er life's narrow verge 

Look down — on what ? A fathomless abyss. 

A dread eternity I how surely mine! 

And can eternity belong to me, 

Foor pensioner on the bounties of an hour ? 

William €omfet, getorcn 1731, ge|lor6en 1800; ntit t^m Bcginnt W l^crrlic^fle Spoc^e t>er englifc^en 

^oefte unb Sitcratur. 
LINES ON THE RECEIPT OF HIS MOTHER'S PICTURE. 



My mother I when I learned that thou wast 
dead, 
Say, wast thou conscious of the tears I shed ? 
Hovered thy spirit o'er thy sorrowing son. 
Wretch even then, life's journey just begun ? 
Perhaps thou gavest me, though unseen, a kiss ; 
Perhaps a tear, if souls can weep in bliss — 
Ah, that maternal smile! it answers — Yes. 
I heard the bell tolled on thy burial day, 
I saw the hearse that bore thee slow away. 
And, turaing from my nursery window, drew 
A long, long sigh; and wept a last adien ! 
But was it such ? It was. Where thou art gone. 



Adieus and farewells are a sound unknown. 
May I but meet thee on that peaceful shore, 
The partinrg sound shall pass my lips no more ! 
Thy maidens, grieved themselves at my concern. 
Oft gave me promise of a quick return : 
What ardently I wished I long believed, 
And, disappointed still, was still deceived; 
By disappointment every day beguiled. 
Dupe of to-morrow even from a child. 
Thus many a sad to-morrow came and went. 
Till, all my stock of infant sorrow spent. 
I learned at last submission to ray lot, . 
But, though I less deplored thee, ne'er forgot. 



Walter Scott, ge6oren in 1771; cr ftarB in 1832. 

Breathes there a man with soul so dead, 
Who never to himself hath said, 

Tljis is my own, my native land! 
Whose heart hath ne'er within him burned, 
As home his footsteps he hath turned 

From wandering on a foreign strand! 
If such there breathe, go mark him well; 
For him no minstrel raptures swell ; 
High though his titles, proud his name 
Boundless his wealth as wish can claim ; 
Despite those titles, power, and pelf, 
The wretch, concentred all in self. 
Living, shall forfeit fair renown. 
And, doubly dying, shall go down 
To the vile dust, from whence he sprung, 
Unwept, unhonoured, and unsung. 

got\f pntan, QtUnn in 1788 ; cr jlarfc 1824. 

PARISINA. 
It is the hour when from the boughs 
The nightingale's high note is heard : 
It is the hour when lovers' vows 

Seem sweet in every whispered word; 
And gentle winds and waters near, 
Make music to the lonely ear. 
C 



Eiw'li flovvor iho (hvfn liiivo liKliUy wet, 
Ati<l Iti tlio tiky, the Htarn aro mut, 
And on tlio wave Ih deopor blue, 
Arwl on the loaf a brownor hue, 
And In the lieavon that (;lcar ubucuro, 
Ho nof'lly dark, and (birkly pnro, 
Wlilf;!! lollowH till) (htclino of day, 
Am twillKiit HioltH beneath the moon away. 

But It in not to IfHt to tho waterfall 

That I'arlHlna loavoi her liall, 

A nd it Ih not to gaze on the heavenly light 

That the lady wttikit in tho Hhadow of night; 

Ah If Hho HitN tn Eiite'M bower, 

'T In not for tho Nako of itM AilUblown flower— 

She llKtenH — but not for tho nightingale— 

Thongh her ear cxpoctH aH Moft a tale, 

Tli(*n! glid^H a Htop through the foliage thick. 

And linr rhwk growH palo — and her heart beatH <pd<;k. 

Tliero wliJHperM a voice through the ruKtIing bmves. 

And her blnHJi roinniH, and her boHom heaves : 

A moment more — and tlmy Hindi moot — 

'T Ih paHt — her lover'a at her foot. 



TJcrflfctcfjciihc flusfpracOc 

unb SrfUrung brr vott SOalfer ^tbvaud^ttn 3^^^"* 



(0H(|U^tli4ie« iiber bit mg(if(|r 'Sorac^ frf«ft Mini/ un^ 
Mmin »iv nMd l^{n|itfrtK<</ baf fir, M ta lUbtrM^tmt ton 
frrmbrn iQ'ixttrn faft {ttttncT Mc 'E^rrribart bcibcbattrn^ 
fi(^ abfr )ur fluefi^ro^K i^tn tifi/mn Tint bttitnt t^at, (o 
hiau<ifi matt (id; Ubfr bit Urtrrfjrlmdfigfdt ber Vtiefyra^K 
unb ibrrr Cri^o^«|»(ri( nM^ |t> ttunttrn. ^<itu nun fU^ 
|ur 3cit fccr Vnf<^ti0 bcr aitfldfai^Kif^Kn unb fran|l|ifi|(n 
®l»ra4K iibn rin nrur« Kli^i^Abrt, »9btir(| bi( Mrf(|<rb(nrn 
Ztnt btir4 brfHiiNiRtc 3'<4k« at^rbrtttrt tMien, ttrfUM' 
Un, f« learrn bir Mi() iKffldn, bU ffialfrr In bcr tinlri' 
tlltlilltl ffinrnt " Vrotwuncing lUetiowtry " anf^, un> 
n0lf>tfl flrtprfrn, brr furc^tban fBivman n(d>( riKftoHbrti, 
rin c»«Ii(4K« il<tfb tviirbc nidirt bni »irr(cn Z^til brr ^rit 
)ur C^rirrnttii^ U$ it\tn* unb IBuc^fUibirtne atbtaudtn, 
unb Z«nfnibf »en ^rrmbrn triirten bae drfrrnrn bn cn^* 
UM)M ^«4k ni(^t al0 rinr untul«frnbc fIttfgAbr anfriKn. 
Gif iHira i^irr nur cincn 9<i»ri« «nffi^m/ n« bit 
e^fmM^tittn in Hi 9^iMi^ HUft }« ^tUen, in Urn 

Tbo«i^ tbic toadk MMh mi4 hlMOBgh plooifli m« 

yo 9t$ t<(f faff tfnb fiid'''»f j^n mi 

tb rough, 

Cer tb!« <Urk looch I utill my eonn* pnnu: 
ttfi fif barf Uid ti ftm mri fo(>r| pi$r- $iu, 
f^AbM «Hr bir ^br ooi^fa adrfmal in )»ri ^tiltn, tvo fir 
jrbrf Vtai anUrt nn€fi/t\pti>dttn wirb. 

Vufrr birfrr brifHrUefm UnrrgrdifSfiflfrit, bir rbm fe 
toebl ftir bm Singrbermm, teir fitr bm ^ttmttn tri^itt, 
%itU t$ abrr and^ ne^ Mnrrii^nbr, bir bm ^rmttra adrin 
*n§tlttn, unb l»ir tvoUm tamii anUnqtn, Um Truffd^rn, 
bcr Mr mfllifi^ 'Bpxadft iu rrfrmnt »finf4)t, rinm brul' 
(i(|«i 9r0riff brr Xilnr, fo torit birfr4 bur(| 9rf<|rr{bun0 
ni>0li<$ i^, »or}nIr^tt. 

Xae mglif^r %lf1fahtt htft^t ani 26 Su^ifbUm, birfr 
iKifcn: 

• I j b«<M r ar 

b M k f 2 ■ r^ 

e fi I rt t t{ 

d bi mm a ju 

e { an r tri 

1 1^ 9 w bSb'^bUiu 

gH^ V pi % tdt 

h (ift\df q fin 7 ujti 

IH K r<b. 

t^ir Vptalt Hub «, e, i, o, a, w unb j, bir bribm Ir|»tm 
mrUn att4i a(0 (Eenfonantm angrfrl^. X^ir 3<>M brr 
»{Tfli4irn Sefail^nr iH inCrf »trl 0r«f rr ; SJalfrr brbimt 



^df (irb)d^n »rrf4N<bmn 3f^^ tor Snbmtung brr {auK 
unb t>99ptfUttit, ta rr ittfcr§ in frinrr (EinUitung o in nur, 
mUlftt rr ntit 6 alt flan} giridylautmb mit «» unb birfrl 
mil k in Ml angirbf, [• fiinnim MHr birfr ^tid^tn mt- 
brbrm. - 

Za tit tRH#ftnrA(|r in birfrm GifrirrM* M* fDolftr 
•n§t§iUn ift, (0 ttNOm nrir l^irr birfr Ziinr §num H' 

HfrfWCR* 

File. Xirfrr Xra if ba# ( fo 91 (be ibrr rl) in idUr^ (% 
ni4it ba« r in n (^ r b # «b<r b«« ec in ® r r 1% «brr ch 
in ft r (>t ) an(| i^ r* nii^t ^4tt ba# 4 fo bm fr«n)t' 
fif4Kii ftHirttrn StA, (•mit, fMbrrn I'immt brw «ff mm 
k («i; in il uUoa »irf n^lrr. 3n 11«rrif« (MIrt w«n frbr4> 
birfm l&u<|iit«bm »ft »ir cc in ^t tit an«ftrrr4>m. 
3n brr !tn«f|>M4<r >*• i»i<^ «»* brr rruif(|m Zmbr* 
tri^WKng bcbimffi/ §tfnAndfn ttit it, 41^ nnb d^ Tin 
fi«<>i'.) 

Fir. Z^rfrr if) baf rrfnr ^td^tfdft ainttahtn, ^4iax, 
(l# »itt Mil 4 nnb 4t) k^idfn^. 

Pit. rirfra Zm finbm »ir ni<^ in brr bmlf^m 2'fiadft» 
at ift rin fri^r tfftntt e 0brr 4, effmrr wit ba« franiif' 
(i((|K •!• to J« fwrUi«, frb*4 fnr|. (^« lir^i tmiiitn 
brm bnitf^Kn a in9attrrnnb rin nrttrr; tvir 
grbm ibn nttt i an. 

nil titUt « finbm wit im ^InttUntf^^, tmdf in brr 
f(^tv2bif4Kn nnb Sftrrrrit^f^jm Vrittifxadtt. ^nr^' 
}ri<^nn0 Inandftn wii i^. 

Mi. Xirfr« « f^inwt »ft bmt bratf(|m it nnb it) fo 
Sirbr nnb i^n iibrrrfo} t»ir b^rii^wm birfm Zm 
nit iff nnb ir. 

MIt, ^an\ wit t in 9tn, tfltn, dUt ; wii handftn r. 

FIm. Zititi ift Ht ci in fitin, nur ipridft brr dn^nbrr 
birfm Xen ni^K 0An| nnt, nit tfb rr antf a nnb i }nf<iW' 
wraorfr|i »«rr^ l»lr bir# brr 8a0 i« ^mtf(|m ift, 
fmbrm »irfou|r «i< «ft rr «tt4 rinmt bniiyfm i nnt t 
brftanbr, majn flmmt nl^ M»ir majn; fo Unurifa 
tlitidtt btrfrr Zm nir|>r brm bmtf^Kn. tr fffllr ri|mf« 
Ii4i )u bm Zm^nten ^W »ttbtn ; nrir f'^titt^ 
nm iirn mit d. 

nn« irir b«efnr}ri fo finbm, I in; wit it^idfiun tt 
miti. 

56. rirfri !# bnlo in Cbrr^ 9l9tff, @»M$ <»^ 
tiqd4fnm r< mit o unb ol^. 

MAtc, «»irb«« Utter Mfo It frr.nntl, kykM "it 
II nnt «l). 

Hdr, nHr bM |rf4ttbmtf(|( a ; »ir brK^wrn r« mil 2<i; r« 
Hhnmt nnr mil r ymr, nnb nl^ fu|f brm o ntdf ttwnt 
mr^rr i»jr ba0 i in tail 



(xLvn) 



XLVin VetQle'idjenbe 3^,mf]ptad)e unti (icrklarunfl t>et von Walkn Qsbtau^teti ^ei^en. 



G6t. 3)icfc3 i^ furj unb liegt jteif^en bcm o in D 1 1 e r 
unb rt in 5« a 1 1 e n ; man fprec^e bie SBortev D 1 1 o , 
Dffei/ offen mit »»eitcr geoffnctem ^JJunbe au5, 
al« biefe^ im Deutfc|)cn gefc^ie^t ; »ir bejeic^nen biefen 
3;on mit S. 

Tibe. T)tefcr 2;on ijl feitt rcintr SSofal ; jutceilen crfi^cint 
cr al3 ein ©oppedaut, Lii, h>te in tube (ti^ut)b), ju= 
toetlen tt>ie cin mit cinem SSofal ucrf^imoljener Sonfo' 
nant, tou in bem SBortc use (ju^g), hjo ba6 u ganj 
toie in 3 u b e flingt. SBir bejeic|)nen it)n mit i„u, 
Lul), ju unb Jul). 

Tdb. ©iefen Saut finben toir nic|t in ber beutfdjen 
(Sprac^e; er t)at 2Ift)n(id)fcit mit ber (Snbfilbe in ic|) 
lie be; mel)r noc^ mit bem frrtnjijfifcl)en unacccntutr= 
ten e, toenn folc^eg ni^t j^umm ifl, j. 33. in ber erften 
©ilbe in premier, ober in le in il le donne. Man 
foUtc biefen S^on ben ^auc^y- ober ©tiitjnton nennen, er 
ma4)t ben gremben siel ju [djaffen, inbem er cftcr tin'e 
irgenb ein anberer 33o!al Dorfiimmt unb bur(^ jebeS 
a?ofal3ei4)cn bargcftedt tvirb. SDir bebienen un^ id 
o JU feincr 23ejeic|nung, 

Fill, ba« britte u ift genau . toie ba« furje beutf^e u in 
91 u I i , ?W u ♦ t e r ; Juir bejeic|)ncn e^ mit u. 

6il, biefeS glei(^t bem beutf4)en cu in I) e u I e n. 1)er ?aut 
befte^t au5 6 in nor ober a in water unb i in pin. 
3Bir bejei^nen ii)n mit eu. 

C16ud. Diefer 2;on, fotoic ber le^tere, ift cin Doppedaut; 
cr glcict)t bem beutf^en au in $ a u ^ , mug aber etn>a«5 
[(|arfer auSgefpro^en ttjerbcn ; in 5Imerifa bort man 
it)n ganj tt)ic baS beutfc^c au, 2)er Zen ift jufammcn-- 
gcfe^t au^ 6 in nor unb A in full. 2Bir bcjetc|)ncn i|)n 
burc^ rtu. 

Itebcr tote in fecr ^lu^f^radhe gebraucbtcn 
Gottfonantett, 

Dem Snglanber mac^t bie SDalfer'fc^c Slnbcutung ber 
Sonfcnanten bureaus feine ^li^toiixi^hit, bem 3)eutf4'en 
toirb fte wenig t)elfen, tcenn er nit|t bei ber 2luefprad;e 
cineS jeben 2Bortc3bie folgcnbe 5In»eifung genau befolgt. 
a5orjitgli(^ mu§ cr fic^ bcfleigigen, bie Ijartcn unb Sveic^en 
Sonfonanten piel ftrenger toie im J^eutf^en ju untcrfi1)ct= 
ben. X)er S'^orbbeutfd^e irrt fic() faft nic am SInfange eine^ 
9Bortc«, er fpr{4)t p unb b, t unb 6, F unb g, f unb vo, 
ff^arfe!^ f unb toei^cg f ebcnfo »erfcf)icben au^ »te ber Gng« 
In'nber; ber ©iibbeutfciie fennt oft nur bie {)arten Slone, oft 
pcrtect^fctt er fte unb brauc^t b fur p unb p fiir b. 3n fei- 
nem Suc^c, bn^ in Deutfc|itanb iiber bie cnglifc^e ©praci^e 
erf^icnen, finben toir biefen tcid^ttgen ©egenf^anb mit ge« 
biirigem 9?a(tbrucfe bcf)anbelt. Um ben Unterfcbteb jtt»i^ 
fd)fn obigen ftarten unb tDcid^en Sonfcnanten bemerflid) ju 
mad)fn, ftopc ber ?crnenbe bei ben iiaxkn ben Sltbem ftarf 
berau^, bei ben tt»eid)en biugegen jiet)e cr ben 9ltt)cm ftarf 
an ober »crfct)lucfe ibn stelmebr; toenn er babci bie 3?ucf' 
feite ber $anb cbngefabr jwei Mi brei 'SoU Bom Wunbc 
entfernt ])aU, fo mug er bet 9Iu?fpracbe ber erftern ben -^auc^ 
ftrtvf auf ber |>anb, bei ben lectern gar nicbt fublen, 

2Denn obigeS genau beat^tet icirb, ))abtn h5ir iiber bie 
93u*ftaben b, d, f, h, k, 1, m, n, p unb t ni(^t3 tcciter bin- 
jupfiigen. 



g mug immer n)ie in gut, ® a b c , g c b e n , nie t»{e 
d), h>ie e? im Deutf^cn am Gnt>e einer (Silbc gef^icbt, 
ausJgcfprocbcn njerben. 2Bir bcjcicbncn c^ mit 0. 

s, bejcicbnctben fcbarfen Cant biefen Sui^ftaben^ unb ftimmt 
mit bem jj in r e i § c n uberein. 2)er 9Jorbbeutf4)e biite 
ficb, biefen ^aut mit bem toetcben f in f o ju seriDCi^- 
fe(n. Sr tcirb mit f unb ^ bejeicbnet. 

z bejeiiinet ben tcei^en Ion son f, wit ioix U)n in 9?orb« 
beutf(i;[rtnb in f o unb r e i f e n bo«n. '^lan biite ficb, 
biefen ^udjftaben tciebasSbeutfi^e ^ au^jufprccbf"* i^ou 
ber ricbtigen Slu^fpra^e ber beiben le^ten Sonfonantcn 
bangt bie ri(^tige 5lu£ifpra4)e nocb i)ier anberer Sonfo- 
nantcn ab unb rcir ratben bitten, bie cine ricbtigc Slug- 
fpracbe ju eriangcu teiinfi^en, bcfonbern gleig auf biefc 
jt»ei ^Sudbftaten ju iiertcenben. 5Bir braudicn 9 jur 
Unterfcbeibung ijon bem oorbergebfutfu* 

r. Va€ v mug rein, vorn im Tlnnie, nic|t tn ber ^eble 
au^gefprodben hjcrbcn. 

Y bat ben 2;on som bcutfdjcu n>, bie3abne miiJTcn ettuae 
fefter auf bie Unterlippc gebriirft tcerben ; tvir bcjcid^ucn 
C5 mit vo. 

w ali3 Sonfonant 5 e^ Jttrb in ber angcgcbenen Slugfprn^e 
nur al^ foldier gcbra-u^t, flingt jcbocb mebr h>ie SoLil; 
tvir bejeicbnen eg mit Uw, ivie in wise u^eig, we uJe, 
win uJn. 

y bat ben Jon son j, ben toir fiir biefen Jon gebraucben. 

sh ift bag beutfd)e f(t, tvte in © ^i u b / f (|) ii n. SBir be- 
jeid^nen eg mit )'d). 

zh. giir biefen Jon b^t ber Snglcinber feinen bcfonbern 
Sucbfttiben, eg ift ber weidjc Jon von'bem iiorbergcben- 
ben \)cixkn sh ; um ibn son biefcm juuiitcrfd)eiben, be- 
jeicbnen toir ibn mit ect). Die 5}?unbftcUung ift bet 
beiben ganj biefctbe, nur mug bet bem sh (frfi) ber 
Sltbcm bcrauggeftogen, M bem zh (sc^) ber Sltbcm an- 
gcjogen Juerben. 

ch, toit tfit ; biefen Jon pnben tt>ir im Deutf^en nic^t am 
2lnfange einer Silbc, toobl aber burcb bie jufalligeS^cr- 
binbung biefer Sonfonantcn in jufammcngefe^ten 2Bcir- 
tern, tcie in ® d) I i 1 1 f cb u b/ m i t f cb u I b i g , @ tt- 
fcbalf , licbtf<bcu. 

j, bicfcg ift ber tueidbc Jon con ch, ben ivir fo ebcn bcfd)rie- 
ben ; er ftcbt im 23erbviItniJTc ju ch soie zh ju sh, unb 
tcic z JU s. 2Dir babcn einc. a'bnlicbe 3ufammcnftcl- 
lung in 2anbf4)aft unb C>aubfcbub5 bicfe 
fpri^t ber l^eutfcbe inbeg pici ju bart aug, inbem cr 
feinen Unterfcbieb jh,vifd;eu ^anbfdjub unb iTantfcbu 
macbt. 2)iefer Sonfonant, ben man mit dzh bfjcic|»- 
ncn fijnnte, mug, fo ttjtc bag zh, unter ftarfcm Siuatb- 
men auggcfproiben toerbcn; wir bejcidinen ibn mit 6&(t>. 

th unb Th, mit biefen S8ud)ftaben bejcidbnet SBalfcr bie 
beiben Jijne con th, mit ienen ben b«rten, mit biefen 
ben tveicben. Diefe beiben Jijne ftcben im a>crbaltnig 
JU einanber toic t ju d, ober s ju z. X^ic 5lngelfad)ffn 
bcjeid;ncn biefc JiJne uici bcffer burcb jteei uerfcbiebenc 
g:d)riftjeid)en. Die 3?crtt)erfung biefer ^cidten t»ar 
burcbaug feine gScrbeJTerung unb toenn man »orgiebt, 
bag eg gefdbeben, ttjcil bie anbern romanifcben Spracben 
biefc 3ftdjcn nidbt gcbraucben, fo tcoirc eg jcben gattg 
b^ifcr unb ber Drtbograpbie fo h.n'c ber 2lugfprad)c an- 
gcmeffener gctpcfcu, tocnn man fiir ben tocicbcn Jon dh 



t>crglftd)i*ntre 5lusfprafi)c unti (Crhlanittfl "iter tiuii ttJutkfr flcbraitdjtfn ^cidjcn. 



XLIX 



genommen t)attc. Dbglcic^ bie Stuofprad^e bicfcr Jcnc 
feine befenbere ©d^wicrigfeiten barbietet, fo gtcbt ti boc| 
ttjcnigc grcmbc, tit fie immer ttc^ttg ttcjfeu. Sie ma- 
c^en i\)n entwebcr ju fe^r bent $ unb f ober bcm b unb t 
o^nlic^. Solflfnbe Slnweifung teirb bet gel)briger Ue- 
bung bie Griernung bcr 2luSfpra4)e erlcic^tern. 
th. Urn ben harten Xon au^jufpredjcn, lege man bie Spi^e 
ber Suitge unter bie cbern 3?orbcrjat)ne, Iaf[e fte etwaS 
^er»or|le^fn unb fprec^e ein fc^arfed s (g) aui, intern 
man ben fltbem f^arf f)eroorfio§t. 5Bir beutcn biefcn 
gaut, ba e3 im rcut|'ct)cn nic^t^ bemfclben atjnli^ giebt, 
burd) ^ an. 
Th. 5!3ei biefem tfl bte tWunbjtcHung gan| toit bet bcm i)0' 
rigen, nur fprcc^e man flatt ein fc^arfc3 s (g) ein tt?ci- 
(^e« z (0) au^, cber, m\6)ei ganj baPbe ift, man jicl)c 
ben 3ltbcm an, anftatt itjn l)er»orju|lo9en. X;iefen 3;on 
bejeic^nen tt>tr mit i^. 

(St)e »ir un^ sou bicfcm Oegcnftanbe trcnnen, empfcljlen 
»ir bent 'Ecutfc^en, ber wirfli^t englifc^ Icrncn tcitt, noc^ 
etnmal, feine ganjc ?lufmerffamfeit auf bie fteic^cii unb 
^arten lijne ju rid()ten, intent twir i(jn ijerjldjern, ba§, oljne 
tief, ti unmbglic^ tfl, aut^ nur scrftanblid) englifc^ ju 
fprec^ctt. Um biefea ju betscifen, geben h)ir l)ier einige 
aOiSrter, bereu 23er»cd)|'clung bie fonberbarjten unb lactier- 
Ii4»|ien 9lebcn {)tr»orbringt. 

age, niter, aitch, bad $. 

back, ber SRiiden, pack, ber 55adcn, bag, ber <Bad. 

bale, ber 58a(len, pale, Mag, pnil, ber Cimer. 

bad, f(^lec|t, pad, ^olficr, bat, glebermau«, Pat, 

Sfiname ber 3rlanber k. 
bait, 5iiJber, pate, ilopf, paid, bejat)U. 
ball, 5Baa, Paul, $aulu^. 
balm, 33alfam, palm, ^almc. 
base, niebrig, baize, ber 33oi, ffioUenjcug. 
bead, ^erlc^en, beet, 93ete, beat, (c^lageit, peat, 

lurf. 
bed, SBett, bet, JBftte, pet, ®(^o§finb. 
beg, betteln, beck, SBiuf, peg, ^florf, peck, |)tcfen, 

ein '^laa^. 
^ig. flro§/ pig. <2d)»ein, pick, pfliiden. 
bigger, grijger, bicker, babem, picker, '^^ixdtx, 
bitch, ^iinbtn, pitch, ^ec^. 
bowl, SBeden, pole, ^ole, ^fa^l, 
bood, niipen, boot, ©tiefel, 
brig, Srigg, brick, 9)Jauerftein, prig, maufen, prick, 

©tac^el. 
bidder, Sieter, bitter, bitter, 
bleed, bluten, bleat, bliiden, plead, jjlcibircn. 



blood, SBlut, blot, gleden, plod, fc^leubevn, piot, 

(Somplot. 
bold, fiit)n, bolt, Soljen, poled, gejlangt. 
bawd, ^uplerin, bought, gefauft. 
bogs, 5)?orvt(te, box, 5laflen, jc, pox, forfeit ' 
bridges, 23ruden, breeches, ^ofen. 
bride, 9icu»ermaf)(tc, bright, gldnjenb, pride, ®toIj. 
broad, brcit, brought, gcbrac^t. 
brogue, ^oljfc^ub. JC, broke, bta^^ 
brood, briiten, brute, SBeftie. 
bug, ©aiije, buck, Socf, pug, 2teff(|)Ctt, puck, 

SBalbgei^. 
bud, SnoiJpc, but, abcr, ^olben. 
cab, gt)aife, cap, SJfii^e, gab, ®efd&tca^, gap, 

Deffnung. 
cod, (Storffifc^, cot, ^iitte, god, ©ott, got, crfjtelt. 
cogi 3<i|)" <<•" 3tabe, cock, ^at)n. 
code, (Dcfe^, coat, 9{orf, goad, ©tac^el, goat, bte 

dig, grabcn, Dick, 9ttc^arb, tick, Srebtt, Ueberjug. 
3ur Ucbung Icfc ber ©critter flei§tg bie Sabeacn 1, 2, 3, 
inbem cr juerft Jabetle 1 pa bann ba laut unb beut(ic^ au(5» 
fprtc^t unb auf biefc SBeifc bte brei JabeUcn burd^nimmt. 

T)a ber @iibbeutf4)e oft bag f »or f, I, m, n, p unb t 
»te f(^ au^fpridit, fo fuc^e er pd^ burc^ tai lautc Sefen fol- 
gcnber JabcUe an bie Slui^fpra^e etne^ reinen f Slcn^ ju 
getvi^^nen. 



§e.tel)f, 

§e tat)I, 

fe-tetl, 

§e-fe^l, 

ie-fel)n, 

§c4'et)n, 

§e-prel)U, 

§e-petn, 

§e.pul)n, 

§e-mett, 

§e-ma^I, 

§e-mcit, 

§e-nct)l, 

§e-nct)f, 

§e»narl, 

ge-ldm, 

^e4tet, 

§e=lcit, 

§e'liJS, 



f§-te!)I, 

e§;tat)I, 

e§'tetl, 

e§.fef)l, 

e§-fe^n, 

e§=pct)n, 

e§'pref>tt, 

e§«petn, 

eg-mell, 

e§-ma^l 

e^-meit, 

e9-nc|)I, 

e§»ne^f, 

cg'narl, 

e§»Idm, 

c§'ltet, 

e^'Ictt, 

eg'lot), 

e§'lijg. 



mi 

ftetl, 

ffe^n. 

fpef)n, 

fprct)n, 

fpein, 

fpu^n, 

fmett, 

fma^l, 

fmeit, 

fnet)l, , 

fnet)f, 

fnarl, 

fldm, 

fliet, 

fleit, 

m, 



(stale). 

(stall). 

(stile). 

(scale). 

(skein). 

(spain). 

(sprain) 

(spine). 

(spoon). 

(smell). 

(small). 

(smite). 

(snail). 

(snake). 

(snarl). 

(slam). 

(sleet). 

(slight). 

(slow). 

(slug). 



TJolIftdiibioc (Erafanmg bcr engfircOen flusfpracOe. 



Son &em 3lcceiitc, 

:©er 2Iccent tft in t»er engltfc^en ©prac^c son ber au§er' 
pen 9Bic|tigfeit unt> fann ber I'ernenbe ntc erhjarteu, gort- 
fc^rttte in bcrfclben ju madjen, wenn er nic^t bie au§er[te 
5lufmerffamfdt auf biefen ©egenftanb ric^tet. 

Da bie englif^e <Bpxai^e »on fo oielen nnbern ©prac^en 
jufammcngcfe^t if}, fo ift Hi nic^t nicglic^, iiber ben 5tccent 
teftimmte j)tegeln, bie fiir alle 2BiJrter t^ajyen, anjugeben. 
SBir finben im Slttgeineinen 

1. bfl§ bie SBiirter, wel^e au« bem 5lngelfac|)fif4)en f}am= 
men, ben SJcccnt auf ber ©tammfilbe t)aben, tt>ie tm 
Deutf^en ; 

2. ba§ bie SBorter, bie Dcrmittelf} einer angelfcidlififd^en 
(Snbfilbe gcbilcet hjorben pnb, ben Slccent be'3 ®tamm» 
worte^ be^alten, j. S. complete^-ness uom complete^, 
retain'-er Don retain'', usc'-fulness son use''-ful ; 

3. bag bie SBiJrter, bie rein unb unberonbert au^ bem 8a- 
teiniff^en' ober an€ bem ®rie4)ifcben buvc^ ba^ Satei- 
nifc^e aufgencmmen ftnb, iljnn DriginaUSlccent be= 
l^alten, h>o wi^t ber $iang ber englifc^en ®prac|e, bie 
Borle^te ©ilbe ju occentuiren, Unregelmagigfeiten 
serurfai^t i)at. 

2Benn toix untcr 5lccent ^ier bie fiai'fere Setonung einer 
©ilbe in einem mel)rftlbigen 2Borte »erfte^en, fo fann na- 
titrli^ nic^t »on ber Setonung ciufilbiger 2Borte bie 9tebe 
fein, obgleici) wenn me^rere folc^e SBbrter jufammenfom* 
men, ein^ gewij^uHc^ burd|) ben !Ion tjeruorgclioben ttirb ; 
biefeg geljiJrt inbe§ jum SBortaccent. 2Bir ge^en alfo fo= 
glei^ ju bem Slccent ber jweiftlbigen SB iirter" iiber. 

Accent ber jiDCtfilbtgen 33J6i*tcr» 

JlUjjfmcine Hejjfl. 

3»»eifilbtge ©ubfinntitie unb SlbjecHue "(jaben ben 5lccent 
ftuf bcr erjien @ilbe ; ta^-ble, a''-ble, biV-zen. 

^U8nttl)mfn. 

a. SBiJrter bie fi(| auf ade enbigcn, dlti bri-gade-', cas- 
cade'', gia^ ber atlgemeinen 3tcgel get)en jeboc^ 
com'-rade, dc'-cade, nio''-nade. 

6. 2luf ence unb ent, icenn fie Ben einem auf end au^= 
gct)enben 3fittBort abftammen, aU : pre'-tence, »on 
to pretend, as-cent'', Bon to ascend. 

e. 5luf ee, aU de-cree', ru-pee^. yia^ ber aUgemetnen 
Stegel ge()en coF-fee, feoF-fee unb cou''-cbee. 

d. 5luf 00 unb oon, al^ : bam-boo'', bal-loon-' unb har- 
poon'. 

e. Sluf f unb t, toenn pc bon einem auf ve au^get)enben 
3eittoorte abfiammen, aU : re-lief', Bon to relieve, 
de-ceit'', Bon to deceive. 

/. Sluf ose, al^ ; ven-tose'', glo-bosc'. 



ff- 3n 2Bi)rtern, bie au^ einem cinfilbigen SBorte unb ben 
5?orfilben mis, arch ober un entftanben fmb, j. S» 
mis-take'', arch-fiend'', un-duc'. 
h. 3n Bielcn au^ bem granjljfifc^en aufgenommenen SBiJr- 
tern, bcren Slu^fprac^e fic^ fa|t gar nic^t Beranbert ^at, 
al^ : cou-rier'', ma-chine'', ton-tine'', fa-tigue'', jc. 

i- 3n folgenben jtocifilbigen $aupt= unb Gigenfc^aft^- 
toijrtern, bie pi^ unter feine Siegel bringen lapn : 

A-bode'', ab-rupt'', abstruse, absurd, abuse, abysm, 
abyss, access, acclaim, accord, account, acerb, acute, 
address, adapt, ado, adorn, adroit, advance, advice, 
adult, adunque, adust, afeard, affair, affect, affray, 
affright, affront, affraid, aghast, alarm, alcaid, alert, 
alive, allay, alloy, ally, alone, amaze, amends, amount, 
amour, angust, annex, annoy, apert, appeal, applause, 
approach, appulse, argute, array, arrear, arrest, as- 
sault, assay, assent, assize, attack, attaint, attempt, 
attest, attire, attract, avail, averse, august (er^abeu), 
avouch, austere, await, awake, award. 

Beshaw, behest, belgard, beningn, benzoin, bohoa, 
bombast (fc^h)iilftig), bopeep, Brasil, brunette, buffet 
(ein ®(i^enftif(^), bureau, burlesque. 

Cabal, cadet, calash, caual, canine, caprice, career, 
caress, carouse, cartel, cartouch, cashier, catarrh, 
champaign, chicane, cimar, citess, codille, colure, co- 
mate (cin ®efat)rte), combust, command, commode, 
compact (feft, bic^t), compare, compeer, complaint, com- 
plete, comport, compute, concent, concern, conjoint, con- 
cise, concrete (jufammengefe^t), condign, confest, con- 
junct, connate, consent, constraint, contain, contempt, 
content, context (Berfniipft), controll, coquette, corant, 
correct, corrupt, courier, cravat, critique. 

Debate, debauch, decay, decease, decerpt, decoy, 
decrease, default, defeat, defect, defile, deform, de- 
funct, defy, deject, delay, delight, demeane, demand, 
demise, demur, demure, denay, depart, deport, desert 
(ber Berbiente So^n), dessert, design, desire, despair, 
despite, detail, device, devise, devoid, devoir, devout, 
direct, discharge, discourse, discreet, discrete, disdain, 
disease, disgrace, disguise, disgust, dislike, dismay, 
dispatch, dispense, display, disport, dispose, dispute, 
dissent, distaste, distinct, distress, disturb, disuse, 
divan, divine, divorce, domain. 

Eclat, eclipse, effect, effete, elate, elect, embrace,' 
employ, enough, entail, entire, erect, escape, escheat, 
esquire, estate, esteem, event, exact, excess, exchange, 
excise, exempt, exile (biinn, jart; aber nic^it exile, cin 
93erbannter, bie 3Scrbannung) expanse, expense, expert, 
exploit, express, extinct, extreme. 

Famille, fascine, fatigue, finance, forlorn, fusil, 
fumette. 



IDoUftan^ige <^rhlarung "bet (ngltfri)rn ^usfprad)^. 



Lt 



Gallant (ber <Sm^fr, gallant, Vo^iti), ater ni^t gallant, 
tapffr), gavot, gazette, genteel, glacis, grimace, gro- 
tesque, guitar. 

Harangue, humane, huzzar, huzza. 
Immense, impure, inane, increase, incult, indent, 
indign, inept, inert, infirm, inlay, innate, instinct (ait' 
getrteben, be(ebt)> insulse, intense, intern, intire, in- 
trigue, inverse. 

Jackall, Japan, jejune. — Koran. 
Lament, lavolt, Levant (ber JDftcn, bie Settatttej aber 
ni(^t levant, jiftlt4>). 

Macaw, malign, mamma, mankind, manure, matross, 
memoir, menage, minute (F(etn), morass. 

Neglect. — Oblate, oblique, obscene, obscure, obtuse, 
occluse, occult, opake, ornate, ostent. 

Papa, papaw, parole, parterre, patrol, permit, per- 
verse, petard, piquet, pistole, placard, police, polite, 
poltron, ponton, precinct, precise, pretext, procinct, 
profane, profile, profound, profuse, prolate, prolix, 
propense, pursuit. — Quadrille. 

Ragout, ratan, ratecn, rebound, rebuff, rebuke, re- 
call, recess, recourse, recruit, redoubt, redress, reform, 
regard, regret, relapse, release, remains, remark, re- 
miss, remote, remorse, renown, repair, repast, repeal, 
replete, reply, report, repose, repress, reprieve, re- 
prise, reproach, repulse repute, request, research, re- 
serve, resolve, resort, resource, respect, response, re- 
straint, result, retire, retort, retreat, return, reverge, 
reverse, revert, review, revile, revise, revolt, reward, 
robust, romance, rotund. 

Saline, salute, savoy (^oljl, nt(l>t Savoy, rfn <©a»0- 
^arbe), scalene, secure, sedan, sedate, select, serene, 
severe, shagreen, simar, sincere, spadille, spinnet, 
sublime, submiss, subtense, success, succinct, superb, 
supine (auf bfm Stiitfcti licgfiib; nidjt supine, iai ®u- 
finum), supply, support, suppose, supreme, surcease, 
surcharge, surmise, surprise, surtout. 

Terrene, trepan, turmoil. — Uncouth. — Vegete, velure, 
venene, volute. 

3n folgcnbtn SBJcrttrn uiUerfc^cibet {16} tai ^au^ttoort 
toon tern 5ttjccti»c burc^ bca Slccent: 
Au'-gust, iUugufr, au-gust', crljaben, 

com'-pact, SCcrtrag, corn-pact', frfl, bfc^it, 

ex'-ile, SScrbannung, ex-ile', bitnn, fc^wac^, 

gal-lant', l'iebt)abfr, galant, gaK-lant, tapffr, 
iu'-stinct, 3nfttnft, in-stiuct^ bfWcgt, 

in-va-lid'', 3n»fllibe, in-va''-lid, ungiiUig, 

Le-vant', ilwante, le'-vant, i?ftlid), 

mi'-nute, Winutf, mi-nute-', ficin, gctiau, 

Bu'-pine, Supinum, su-pine', la'ffig. 

Xic jttfifilbigfn 3"^wortcr Ijaben ten 5lccent auf ber 
bet le^ten (©ilbe, ali : to con-cludc', to re-fraln'', to ac- 
oepf. 

Jlu9nal)mrn. 
a. Sluf ber erflen <£ilbe baben ibn 3"t*»»>rter auf en, 
ry, er, ish, ow unb le, ali : to ha-sten, to tar-ry, 
to ten-'der, to dif'-fer, to ba-'-nish, to pu'-nish. 
9?a(l) ber atlgemetnen 5RegeI geben fcbec^ : to de'-cry', 
to des-cry', to con-fer', to de-ter', to de-fer', to 



in-fer'', to re-fer-', to trans-fer', to al-low, to a-vow', 
to fore-know', to be-stow', to en-dow'. 
i. S^ittooxUt, bte ftt^ unter feinc dttQd bringen laflTfit x 

To an'-chor, to an'-tic, to ap'-tate, to ar'-gue, to 
au'-dit, to au'-gur ; 

to balance, ballad, ballast, ballot, bandy, kankrupt, 
bargain, basil, bastard, beckon, beggar, belly, bias, 
billet, bishop, blanket, blossom, body, bosom, bottom, 
buffet, button, buttress; 

to cabbage, cabbin, cancel, canton, canvas, captive, 
carol, carpel, caril, caution, censure, centre, chamber, 
channel, chariot, cherup, chisel, circuit, clamour, closet, 
coffin, collar, colly, colour, combat, comfort, comment, v 
commerce, common, compass, conjure (bejaubern; aber 
nic^t to conjure, befc^t»ijren) construe, cotton, covet, 
counsel, credit, crevice, crimson, critic, cuckold, cud- 
gel, cully, culture, cupboard, curt-ain; 

to dally, damage, dastard, deluge, destine, dictate, 
diet, distance, drivel, duel; 

to echo, emblem, empty, envy, equal, essence; 

to fabric, faggot, fancy, fashion, favour, feature, fer- 
ret, fewel, figure, fillip, fillet, forage, forfeit, fortune, 
forward, franchise, frolic, frustrate, fuel; 

to gallop, gambol, gangrene, gesture, gibbet, gossip; 

to habit, hackney, harbour, harness, havock, hazard, 
hector, herald, homage, hoodwink, hovel, husband; 

to image, incense (2Bci()iau(^ anjiinben ; aber ni(^t to 
incense, erbittem), injure, instance, issue; — to javel, 
journey, junket; — to kennel, kernel, kidnap; 

to labour, lackey, lattice, lecture, lesson, level, libel, 
limit; — to manage, market, marshal, martyr, marvel, 
measure, merit, minute, mischief, model, mortgage, mor- 
tise, murmur; — to neighbour, nonplus, nonsuit, nurture; 

to office, outlaw, outrage; 

to padlock, pageant, pamphlet, parcel, parclon, par- 
get, parley, pattern, pencil, perfect, perjure, physic, 
picture, pillage, pillar, pilot, pirate, pistol, pity, pocket, 
poison, posset, posture, practice, preface, profit, pro- 
mise, prostrate, purchase, purport, purpose; 

to quadrate, quarrel, quickset, quiet, quintanco ; — 
to rabbet, rally, rapsack, ransom, ravage, ravel, raven, 
reason, reckon, refuge, relish, rescue, respite, revel, 
riot, rival, rivel, rivet, ruin; 

to savage, scandal, season, second, sentence, silence, 
sojourn, solage, spirit, statue, stomach, strumpet, suc- 
cour, sully, summon, summer, surfeit; 

to tabour, tally, tenant, tincture, tinsel, torture, traf- 
fic, ti-ammel, treasure, tresspass, triumph, truant; — to 
urine; — to valance, value, vapour, velvet, venture, 
vial, vibrate, virgin, visit, volley, vomit, voyage; — to 
wainscot, wanton, warrant, water, welcome, witness. 

g?nd^ ben sort^erge^enben atlgemeinen JRegeln ^aitn bie 
jtocifiltngen @ubftanti»e unb 5lb)ecti»e ben Slccent auf ber 
erjien, bie 93erba bagcgen auf ber legtnt ®ilbe, toenn biefe 
uic^t ju ben 3tuenaf>mcn gct;brcn. ©ubftantiue unb 33erba, 
bie glcic|> gef^riebcn werben, unterfc^cibet man ba^er bur^) 
ben Slccent, ali; 

ab'-ject, sub, ab-ject', verb. 

ab'-sent, ** ab-seut', '* 



£31 



lliTUftantitgc ^vklatnui "inr fngltfffjtti ^n»f}ftadje. 



ab'-stract, subst. ab-stract', verb. 

trans'-fer, '* trans-fer', '♦ 

3n bm aSerbal'Slblcitungcn UeiU tex 2lccent un»fran'= 
bcrt unb tjl nicmal^ auf ber Snbung. To find, fiad'-ing ; 
to in-form', in-form'-ed. 

3tt bm jtociftlbigett 5lb»erbten unb ^Jrai^optionen ruljt 
ber Slccent auf ber le^ten ®ilbe, al^ ; a-bove', be-sides', 
a-head', in-side', be-hind', up-on', bet-ween'. 

J'lu8nal)mfn. 

1. Dtejemgcn tnbeffcn, bte t»ermittel(t ci'ncr 5^rt($ft(be 
gebtlbet toerben, t)abcn bett 5tccent auf ber erjlen ©ilbc, 
al3: fine'-ly, for '-ward, al'-ways, length'-wise. 

2. iDiejentgen, mli)i vxit some jufammengefe^t ftnb, 
alii some'-wliere, some'-what. 

3. 2luc^ af'-ter, al'-moat, bare'-foot, else'-wliere, 
e'-ven, e'-ver, fur'-ther, in'- to, mid'- way, no'- 
where, o'-ver, ra'-ther, sel'-dom, tliere'-fore, un'- 
der, un'-to, up '-per. 

®cr 5(ccettt t»cr fetcifilbteen aBortci*. 

Set ben breiftlbigen SBortem Iiegt ber Slcceut auf ber 
erjteit, alii ter'-ri-ble, lau'-da-ble, cum'-ber-som, im'- 
pu-dence, gra'-ti-tude, ho'-nes ty. 

^usnaljmem 

1. ©te (jabett beu 2lccent auf ber tiorlc^ten ©ilbe: 

a. SBeutt fte burd^ erne SSorftlbe ani SBiirtern eiitftanbcn, 
toclc^e ben 5lccent auf ber erften ®ilbe t)atten, j. S3, mis- 
con'-duct, im-pu'-dence, dis-ho'-nest, be-spat'-ter. 

b. iZBenn jtc au^ SBiirtern, bte ben 2lccent auf ber le^ten 
(Silbe l)aben, burt!^ 5lnt)angung eincr Snbfilbe gebilbet 
tterben, alS: re-form'-er, se-du'-cer, re-mo'-val, de- 
vine'-ly. Der allgemeinen 9tege( folgen jeboi^: chas'- 
tise-ment, con'-fi-dent, pro'-vi-deut, pre'- si-dent, 
con'-fe-rence, de'-fe-rence, in' fe-rence. 

c. SBenn fte ouf ado, ago, ic, sive unb scence au^get)en, 
alii strap-pa'- do, vi-ra'go, ter-rif'-ic, qui-es'-cense, 
a-bu'-sive, in-fer'-nal. — 9?ac^ ber adgenteinen 3?egel 
ge'^en jebod^: ^'-ra bic, ar'-se-nic, bi'-sliop-ric, ca'- 
tho-lic, cho'-le-ric, he'-re-tic, lu'-na-tic, po'-li-tic, 
rhe'-to-ric, shis'- ma-tic, sple'-ne-tic, tur'-me-ric, 
ad'-jec-tive, sub'-stan-tive, ba'-ra-tor, o'-ra-tor, 
se'-na-tor. 

d. SBenn bte sorle^te ©ilbe etnen !Dot)t>ettaut i)ai, alii 
ma-noeu'-vre, oz-ae'-na, au6gen. mis'-chie-vous. 

e. Slud^ ^ben ben Stccent auf ber sorle^ten <Silht folgenbe 
SBorter, toofUr {\^ fetne 9tegcln angeben lapnt 

Abactor, to abandon, abdomen, abductor, aberrance, 
to abolish, abscissa, abundance, acanthus, accomplice, 
to accomplish, according, accumbent, acescent, acumen, 
to adhibit, adjacent, adjutor, to admonish, advantage, 
adventure, to adumbrate, affiance, afflatus, alarum, 
albeit, albugo, alcanna, alkermes, allegro, amalgam, 
ambages, amomum, anchovy, aorta, apartment, apparel, 
apparent, appendage, appendix, apprentice, arbutus, 
arcanum, armada, arthritis, asbestos, ascites, asphaltos, 
assassin, assemble, assessor, to assever, assumpsit, to 



astonish, asylum, atorney, to attribute, (aber Xlii^i tcii 
®ubf}anti» attribute), aurora, auxesis, axilla. 

Backgammon, banana, banditto, to bewilder, bitumen, 
bonasus. 

Canorous, cantata, capivi, cathedral, cerumen, chi- 
mera, chlorosis, clandestine, climacter, compages, com- 
ponent, concordance, concordant, to concultate, conjec- 
ture, to consider, consummate, contexture, contingent, 
to continue, to contribute, conundrum, coruscant, co- 
rymbus. 

December, decorous, decrepit, delinquent, to deliver, 
to demolish, to demonstrate, deponant, deposit, to de- 
termine, to detruncate, dilemma, disaster, disciple, to 
discomfit, discordant, to dishevel, to disparage, to dis- 
semble, distemper, to distinguish, to distribute, to di- 
vertise, duenna. 

Echinus, effulgent, effulgence, elemi, elojven, to elicit> 
elixir, ellipsis, elongate, embargo, to embarrass, to em- 
bellish, to embezzle, emulgent, to enamel, encounter, 
to enervate, to engender, enigma, enormous, to en- 
sample, to envelop, to environ, epistle, eringo, errata, 
to establish, to eternize, examen, to examine, example, 
to exantlate, to exhibit, explicit, exponent, to exsiccate, 
to extermine, exchequer. 

Factotum, farina, farrago, felucca. — Geneva, grimal- 
kin, grisamber. — Hiatus, horizon, hosannah. 

Idea, ignoble, illegal, illicit, to illustrate, to imagine, 
implicit, important, imposthume, impostor, incarnate, 
incessant, to inculcate, incumbent, indignant, infanta, 
to inhabit, inherent, to inherit, to inhibit, insipid, in- 
tendant, to interpret, intestate, intestine, intrepid, in- 
valid (fc^wac^, fraftloS ; aber nif^t invalid, ein 3n»alibe> 
— Jehovah. 

Lavolta, legumen, lentigo, lieatenant. — Malignant, 
mandamus, marasmus, mathesis, marmotto, maxillar, 
meander, medular, memento, Messiah, metheglin, mis- 
nomer, modillon, momentous, morisco, mulatto, mu- 
seum, mustaches. 

Narcissus, nepenthe, November. — Obdurate, to ob- 
jurgate, to obumbrate, octavo, October, oedema, omen- 
tum, opponent, orchestra. 

Papillous, palmetto, Pantheon, parotid, pellucid, to 
perturbate, phantasma, phlogiston, phrenitis, piazza, 
pilaster, pimento, pomander, pomatum, portcullis, 
portmanteau, potatoe, precedent (Borangeljenb ; abcr 
ntd)t precedent, ein Seifpiel), preceptor, precursor, pri- 
mera, proboscis, to prohibit, projectile, prolepsis, pro- 
mulgate, proponent, proviso, prunello, pygmean, py- 
lorus, pyrites. — Quiescent. 

Recumbent, redundant, to relinquish, to remember, 
to remonstrate, rencounter, to replevin, to replevy, to 
reposite, repugnant, to resemble, resplendent, to retri- 
bute, rotunda. 

Salina, salpetre, sarcoma, savanna, senescent, Sep- 
tember, to sepulchre (begraben ; aber nic^t sepulchre, 
bag ®rab), sepulchral, to sequester, sei-pigo, sirocco, 
to solicit, Sophia, sonata, sonorous, sorites, stiletto, 
stupendous, suburban, to surrender, synopsis, syntaxis. 

Tenesmus, theorbo, tobacco, together, torpedo, trans- 
lucid, translucent, transparent, tribunal, triumphant. 



Umbrella, utensil. — Vftgary, vanilla, verbatim, vertigo, 
virago, volcano. 

Hu^naltnie 2.— $[uf bcr le^ten Stlbe f)aUn bie brei- 
plbigen SBiJrter ben Slcccnt : 

a. 2Bfnn biefelbfn i\ir6) 2?or|'f^ung ciitcr Silbc sen jtoct- 
jllbtgrn abgcleitft r«nb/ tie ben ?lccfnt auf ter Ic^tcn 
Si(bf babfit, ali: in-ex-act', mis-in-form', mis-con- 
struct', un-for-bid', in-cor-rect'. 

b. SBenn birfrlben auf ade, ee, eer uRb ier au^ge^en, 
ali: ca-no-nade', en-fi-lade', le-ga-tee', en-gi-neer', 
o-ver-seer', gon-do-lier'. — Com-mit'-tee, ju'-bi-lee, 
pe'-di-gree rnadjfn f)ifr»on ?lu«nal)men. 

c. ^tittooxUx, tie mit counter, under, over, super, inter 
jufammrngcffjit, unb frlbft biejenigfit, bit super unb 
inter ju !l?or|iIbfn l^aben, tccnn and) tm Stammtcort 
tm (Jnglifct»cit nic^t ju finbfn. To coun-ter-vail', to 
coun-ter-mand', to un-der-rate', to un-der-sell', to 
o-ver-reach', to su-per-add', to su-per-vene', to in- 
ter-lard', to in-ter-ject'. Tit mit biefttt SBoriilben 
jufrtmmtngcffftfu Subjiantictn habcn intcfftn fa(l allc 
btn Slrctnt auf btr trf^tn 5ilbf, a\i: coun'-ter-march, 
coun'-ter-8carp, un'-der-work, un'-der-wood, o'-ver- 
throw, o'-ver-sight, su'-per-flux, in'-ter-lude, in'- 
ter-val. 

d. I)fn 3lcctnt ^abtn not^ auf btr britttn: 

To ac-qui-esce', to ad-ver-tise', a-la-mode', to ante- 
cede, to appertain, to apprehend, to ascertain, Baga- 
telle, bergamot, bombaein. 

Caravan, Chersonese, to circumduct, to circnmfnse, 
to circumscribe, to circumvent, to circumvolve, clien- 
tele, to coagment, to coalesce, to coincide, common- 
wealth, complaisant, to comprehend, connoisseur, to 
contradict, to contravene, to correspond, courtezan. 

Debonnair, to disembogue, dishabille. — To effervesce, 
to entertain, envelope, etiquette, evermore. — Feveret. 
To importune, inhabile, to introduce, intromit, inva- 
lid (fin 3n»alibf). 

Magazine, manchineel, mandarin, to manumit, ma- 
tadore, mirador. — Nonpareil. — Opportune. — Palanquin, 
pantaloon, parasol, paroquet, to persevere. 

To recomuiend, rendezvous, to repercuss, to repre- 
hend, to represent, reservoir. — Solitaire, subtrahend. 
— Tabourine. — Undercast, usquebaugh. — Violin. 

^on bent Accent bet t>iecs und mcl)rft(btgcn 
9[Bortcr. 

^llflcmfinc tlfflfl. . 
T)it »itr- unb me()rfilbigen 2Ci>rter fjaben ben 3ltcent 
ouf ber britten Silbe oom (inbe, ali: im-per'-ti-nent, 
8om-nam'-bu-list, in-fir'-mi-ty, as-si-du'-i-ty. 

^U0nal)mrn. 
1. !Dif »itr ' obtr mebrfilbigcn Sorter i)abtn ben ftccent 
ouf btr sitrten Silbe oom Snbe: 
a 2Denn bicfe bur^i ba^ Slnfctsen einer angtlfac^ftfc^en 
Silbf an ein brei - obtr meljrfitbiges 2Bort, welc^eiJ ben 
8lccent auf ber britten Silbe ^at, gcbilbet worben ftnb, 
ali: sen' si-tive-ness, se'-na-tor ship, fa'-bri-ca-tor, 
fo'-bu-IouB-ly. 



^rr rnjjlifdjcn ^u5f);rod)f. 



Lm 



b. SScn;i fit auf ary, ery, ory unb auf le nac^ einem Sonfc- 
nantcn au^geljcn, al€ : se'-mi-na-ry, i'-ma-ge-ry, i'-ma- 
gi-na-ry, dor'-mi-to-ry, par'-don-a-blc. 3n siclcn abge- 
leitctcu UBiirtcrn biefer Snbung bleibt j'ebod^ ber 5lcccnt 
auf bcrfelben Silbe n>ie im (Stammworte, j. 33. re-tV- 
ta-ble »Dn to re-fute', com-mend'-a-ble i)on to com- 
mend, ca-jo'-le-ry eon to ca-jole. '^It^xtxt SBiJrter 
biefer Snbungcn babcn jebod^ ben Stccent auf ber mertcn 
©ilbe »cnt Snbe, unb ftimmcn in biefer ^infi^t ni4it 
mit ben SHJiirtcrn Uberein, »o»on fie abgeleitct, namlic^: 

Admirable, comparable, despicable, disputable, dis- 
soluble, lamentable, preferable, resoluble, revocable ; 
— accessory, adversary, arraillary, axillary, capillary, 
commentary, commissary, corollary, consistory, dele- . 
tery, desultory, dismissory, dysentery, emissary, fri- 
tillary, inventory, lientery, mamillary, medullary, me- 
sentery, .necessary, papillary, peremptory, possessory, 
pupillary, receptory, repertory, sedentary, subsultory, 
voluntary. 

c. SBenn fie ouf ativc ou^ge^en unb ba« SBort, too»on fie 
obgeleitet finb, auf ber (Silbe, tcelc^je bie tjierte Silbc 
»om Snbe in bem abgcleitcten SBorte bilbet, ben Slccent 
\)C[t, J. 93. in o'-pe-ra-tive, sjon to o-'-pe-rate. 

?l U « n a ^ m e n finb derog^ative, indic'ative unb 
interrog''ative. 3n ffitirtern biefer ©nb'ung, bie nid)t 
nac^ itjrer 9lbleitung accentuirt wtrben fijnncn, rubt bet 
Slccent auf ber britten Silbe »cm Snbe, al^ in ap-pel- 
la'-tive. 

d. Xiejcnigen in ator, bie unmtttclbar ijon 3f''*^'J'^*fftt 
gebilbct ftitb, bie im Snglifc^cn felbft gebrauc^t tcerben, 
ol^ : de^-di-ca-tor, oon to de'-di-cate. 

e. golgenbe SBiJrter, bie ben 51ccent ouf ber sierten ©ilbe 
^aben, fiinnen unter feine bcfiimmte ^Icgcln gebrac^t 
toerben : 

Ac'cu-ra-cy, a'-cri-mo-ny, a'-gri-cul-ture, agrimony, 
alabaster, alimony, aiitichamber, antimony, anorexy, 
apoplexy, ataraxy, caterpillar, celibacy, chiromancy, 
commonalty, commorancy, controversy, contumacy, 
dandelion, eflScacy, epilepsy, excellency, geomancy, 
haberdasher, heterodox, hierarchy, hydromancy, igno- 
miny, legislature, lithomancy, matrimony, melancholy, 
metallurgy, miscellany, necromancy, oligarchy, ono- 
mancy, optimacy, orthodoxy, oscitancy, parsimony, 
patriarchy, patrimony, pettifogger, procuracy, rodo- 
montane, sanctimony, septuagint, temperament, testi- 
mony, vacillancy, variegate. 

5lu«na()me 2. — !Der Slccent ifl ouf ber fiinften 
(Silbc »Dm Snbe, 

a. tocr.n bie betonte Silbc einc3 SBorte^ bur^ \>ai Slnljan- 
gen einer ongelfcid^fifc^en Slblcitung^filbe ober »on ory 
bie fiinfte h>irb : ad-'-mi-ra-ble-ness, re-fri'-ge-ra- 
to-ry. Sluf ber »terten ®i(be »om Enbe tjabcn jeboc^ 
ben Slccent : in-ter-ro'-ga-to-ry, »on to in-ter''-ro- 
gate, de-ro'-ga-to-ry sjon de-'-ro-gate unb ve-8i''-ca- 
to-ry son to ve^-si-cate. 

Slueno^mt 3. — Dtr Slccent ijl ouf ber»orle^tfn 
@i(be in »ielfi(bigen SBiirtern, 
a. tuenn pe sermitteip einer 5iacijfilbe son breifilbigcn 2Dor- 



LIV 



lUflUftatttJiiflC Crklorunfi ^cr fngltffjjfn ^Jlusfpradje* 



tern al«gckitet ftnb, bfe ben Slccent nuf ber le^tcn St(te 
baben, J, 23. in-sin-cereMy, su-per-addMng. — Ad- 
ver'-tise-ment ijon to ad''-ver-tise ma<^t jeboi$ ^itt^ 

b. 3n aBorterit, bte burc^ SSorfe^ung ctner obcr mel^rerer 
@tl6en son SBortcrn gebilbet finb, bte ben Stccent auf 
ber ijorlc^ten @tlbe i)aben, aiS>i re-in-ter''-pret, un-der- 
va''-lue, su-per-car''-go ; coun-'-ter-ba-lance tjl etne 
2lii^na{)me. 

c. SBenn fte auf ado, aster, cele, ental, ic, ites, osis, 
scence au^getjen, a\$ ; ba-sti-na-'-do, po-e-ta'-ster, hy- 
dro-ce'-le, de-tri-ment'-al, phi-lo-soph-'-ic, sa-telMtes, 
a-mou-rc'-sis, ef-fer-ves^-cence, re-mi-nis'-cence. — 
A-rith^-me-tic, e-phe''-me-ric, a-po-the^-o-sis unb me- 
ta-mor'-pho-sis ^aben jeboc^ ben Slccent rtuf ber britten 
toont Snbc. 

d. 9Benn fie jid^ auf ator enbtgcn, ofjue son ctnem tm Sng- 
Hfdjcn gebrauc()(td;en SBorte abgeleitet ju fein, alS: gla- 
di-a''-tor. 

e. 2lu§erbem ^abtn nod^ folgeHbe mel)rfilbtge SBorter ben 
Slcccnt auf ber ttorle^ten @t(6e: 

A-bra-ca-da''-bra, a-da-man-tc'an, andamantine, affi- 
davit, agonistes, alexandrine, algebraist, allantois, al- 
lantoides, almacantar, amanuensis, amaranthine, am- 
bidexter, amoroso, amphisbaena, antanaclasis, ante- 
cursor, apogeum, aposiopesis, apparatus, to appro- 
pinquate, aporrhoea, arietta, arioso, armadillo, as- 
siento, atheroma, to averruncate. — Becafico, benefactor. 
— Carcinoma, catachresis, catalepsis, catechumen, cer- 
tiorari, coadjutor, colossean, contrapuntist, contrate- 
nor, contrayerva. — Daffodilly, diabetes. — Elegiac, em- 
physema. Epicurean, epidermis, epiphonema, equipol- 
lence, European. — Hymeneal, hymenean — Ignoramus, 
inadvertent, inimical, inuendo, interregnum, ipeca- 
cuanha. — Literati. — Manifesto, maranatha, mausoleum, 
memorandum, to metamorphose, mezzotinto. — Offici- 
nal, omnipresence, oxymoron. — Panacea, paracentesis, 
paragoge, paraquito, peccadillo, pegasean, perigeum, 
peritoneum, philomela, postulatum, premunire, pro- 
locutor, pyrotechny. — Ragamuffin, ratafia, rationale, 
recitative. — Saltinbanco, sarsaparilla, spermaceti, su- 
percargo, synalepha. — Terebinthine. — Vermicelli, vio- 
loncello, virtuoso. — Universal. 

St u ^ tt a I m e 4. — SDte Ie|te ©tlbe '^at ben Slcceut in 
ben feiclftlbtgen SBortern: 

a. 2Benn folc^e bur(| SSorfe^ung etner ober mefircrer ©i(= 
ben toon aBbrtern gebilbet toorben, bte ben 21ccent auf 
ber le^ten ®ilbe ^aben, alg ; in-op-por-tune'', su-per- 
in-duce'', su-per-in-spect^, coun-ter-dis-en-gage'. 

b. 9lu(^ a-nim-ad vert'', ne-ver-the-less'', ce-ci-ta tive^, 
re-cog-ni-sor'', ul-tra-ma-rine''. 

Mcbct fectt 9tcbcttaccent» 

a3t«'^er '^aben toir uns? nur mit bent ^auj>taccente be= 
fd^afttgt, tutr tooUen fc^t no^ etntge 3Borte liber ben 5fe- 
benaccent tiinjufligen. ■Dtefer Slccent tft beim @)fre4)fn 
ntc^t burc^auS not^toenbtg, er fann ganj unbeac|)tet blctben, 
nur ntu§ er, tpenn gcbrauc^t, auf bic n^k ®i(be gelegt 
toevben, Sr liegt enttoeber jtoei Silbeu »or ober jwei ©iU 



ben binterbfin -tJauttaccente, in in''-con-ve''''-ni-ence * liegt 
ber ^auptaccent auf ber britten unb ber 5icbenaccent auf 
ber erften ©ilbe; in com^^-mis-sa^-ry ^at bie erfte ©ilbe 
ben ^aupt"^ unb bte britte ben ^liebenaccent. ©^ giebt einige 
SBorter, wo ber ^au^accent jutoeilen mit bem 9?ebenaccent 
toertaufc^t toirb, j. 23. Commodore l)atju»ciren ben-^aupt- 
accent auf ber erften unb ben 5Tebenaccent auf ber britten, 
unb juitetlen pnbet ba^ @egentt)eil ftatt. 3tuc^ in provoca- 
tor, dedicator unb anbern at)nli(^en SDiirternfi^toanfen pe, 

SBcnn burc^ 2?erlangerung cineS 2Borte^ ber ^aut^taccent 
bem Snbe um jhjei ober brei ©ilben natter geriicft toirb, fo 
failt ber 9?ebcnaccent auf bte ©ilbe, auf weldjer ber $aupt« 
accent iJOrt)er gelegen. 3n extensibility, Don extensive, 
ift ber $au()taccent auf ber ijierten ©ilbe, aber ber 9?eben- 
acccnt auf '* ten" ber jtuetten ©ilbe, tttelc^e ben ^auptaccent 
in bem SBorte'extensive ])at, ex-ten'' -si-bi''''-li-ty, de-no^- 
mi-na''''-tion, son de-no''-mi-nate. 

SBirb aber ber ^auptaccent nur um eine ©tlbc t»fiter 
bem 6nbe jugeriicft, fo fa'Ut ber ^^Jebenaccent auf bie ®ilbe, 
bie ber juerft m;t bem .^auptacccnte bejcic^neten ©ilbe Bor» 
gei)t, J. 23. in de-pose, ift ber Slccent auf ber jweiten <Silbe, 
in de^-po-si^''-tion ift ber |)auptaccent auf ber britten unb 
beC^tuegcn ber ^Tebenaccent auf ber erften, ebenfo to ap-ply^, 
ap''-pli-ca''''-tion. 

Set 23erlangerung eines3 SBorte^, baS fci;on ben ^ieben^ 
accent t)at, bleibt berfelbe un»eranbert, al^ in to coun^''-ter- 
ba''-lance, coun''''-ter-ba-''lan-cing, for'''-mi-da''-ble, for''''- 
mi-da''-ble ness. 

Unter 3citin'i§ (quantity) uerjtc{)en loir im Snglifc^en 
nid^t allein bag bIo§e !Del;nen ober ^itrjcn eineg 2Sofalg, 
atg ob toil im SDeutfc^en 'Hal mit all, ©eele mit 6ttc, i^^n 
mit in, ©oljle mit foil, -^ubn mit I)unbert Derglid^en ; in 
btefen SBortern wiirben bie erfteren 51al, ©ecie, ifjn, <So^)Ie 
unb C'utjn, hJenn beim 2iugfpred;cn eine plij^lidie Unter- 
brec|)ung fiattfanbe, in ben 2aut ber jtoeiten, all, dlU, in, 
foil unb i)un iibergeljen, 3m Sngltfdjen fann man bie fo- 
genannten langen unb furjen Zont ni4)t einanber gcgen^ 
liber ftetien. @o ift ber lange Zen toon a ci, el) (in fte|)len) 
ober al), ber ttoirfU^ furje i!aut toon biefem 35ofal ift aber 
feineSttocgg ba6 a in fat, fonbern ganj genau bag e in met. 
"Dai lange ober boppelte ee in beet (biet), ift feinegtcegg 
ber toerlcingerte 2aut toon bet (bet), fonbern ber toerlangerte 
l*aut toon bit (bit). I unb u ftnb 2)o|)petlaute unb fiinnen 
bal)er feine einfac|e fur^e Saute ^aben, unb bite ift feineg-^ 
toegg ber lange Jon toon bit, eben fo n>enig wic bag u in 
mute (mi„ul)t) ber lange 2;on toon u in mutter (mbt^^tiir) 
ober in butcher (but^=f(|br) ift 5 erftercr ^at feinen iibcr= 
einftimmcnben langen Saut unb le^terer ifl ber furje ?aut 
toon 00 in boot (bu't)t). 3Benn itoir bie wirflic^ langen unb 
furjen Saute toergleidjcn WoUen , fo miiffen tt)ir fie in 
folgenbcu SSiivtern, o\)nt aUt JRiicfft^t auf bie QiiH^in 
felbft, fucljen. . 

Sang. ^urj; 

k mate, (mal)t, mel)t) met, (met) 5 

k car (faar) cart (fart) i 

a naught (na^t) not (ndt) 6 

6 beet (biet) bit (bit) i 



* Der^auptaccentiUMerburiit " ber Jletenaccent bur^ ' anQtituitt. 



6 hone (^o^n) 
6 00 boot (bu^t, 



ftfUftunbiflf (!;rhlorung "bet fnjjlifdjfn J\usfprad)f. 



LV 



foot (fut), put (^ut) 4 

— — fat (fdt) i 

— — tub (tijb) h 

Da8 lange o in no f)at feinen eigentlic^en reinen furjcn 
faut, benn bag o tn for ijt bag a in fall (fa^I) unb bag o 
in not tf^ ber furjc Icn »on 4. 

Tag a in fat ^at feinen langen Ion, man fann ti faum 
felbfl eincn furjen nennen. 

Sluc^ brt« u in tub t)at feinen entfprcd^enben langen Zen. 

• SBenn teir jebot^ »on bent 3fit»H"§e ber cnglifc^en 33o= 

fate fijreci^ett, fo betrac^ten toir bie 33ofale in ben SBcrtern 

fate, me, pine, no, tube alg lang unb in fat, met, pin, 

not unb tub alg furj. 

Cin 3?ofaI ijtiang 

1. toenn er bie sorle^te <SiIbe fd^Iie§t uub bicfe aecentuirt 
{ft, alg ba-ble, ba'-bl, Peter, pk'-tox, ri-'-fle, rei'-fl, 
motive, mo'-HhJ, music, miu'''gicf. 

2. 2Benn ein Scnfonanf unb ctn flummeg e folgen (th 
toirb alg ein einfa^er Sonfonant betrad^tet) mate mai)t, 
mete, miffjt, fine, fcin, dome, bcbnt, cube, fiul)b. 

3. Ter i'ofal iftlang, »enn erbie lejjte Silbe eineg 2Bor^ 
teg fd)Iie§t unb biefe ben 5lccent \)at, to rely, rt-Iei', be, 
^it, no, no, comply, fam-plet 

4. 3n ber »or bem 5lcccnte Ijergrfjrnben (Silbe finb bie 
^9?ofale, wenn fie biefelbe fdjliegen, mit 9lugnal)me son 

a, mebr (angalg furj, deport, bi-uorf, ni4>t bip'-))ort, 
miprntion, mei-gra'»f^ijnn , privation, frei-Joa''- 
f(feon, provincial, pro-ttin'-fijlfll, stupendous, jliu- 
pen'-bbg. 
Ter 23ofal ifi furj 

1 . toenn er tor einem Sonfonanten ftebt, ber jur felbcn 
©ilbe gel^iirt, alg : bad, bdb, met, met, filmy, fil'»mi, 
doctor, bof'-tiir, luck, lijcf. 

2. aCenn jtoif^en bem 9?ofal unb bem ftummen e meb- 
rere Sonfcnanten fteben, thence, 9en§. 

3. 3n ber »crleptcn Silbe, cbgleid^ bicfe ben Slccent bat, 
toenn a, e, i ober o bem donfonantnt sorange^en unb 
bie ®ilbe ic folgt, alg : hermetic, t)br-meK-icf, hepa- 
tic, l)ie-^^at''»icf. 

4. Ter 3?i)fal ift getoobnlid) furj, toenn er in ber brittcn 
©ilbe »om Gnbe ober »or berfelben flctit, aecentuirt ift 
uub ein Sonfonant fclgt, felbft wenn er biefe (gtlbc 
fc^Iiegt. U aflein bleibt lang untcr biefen S3ert)alt= 
uiflfn; divinity, bi=»in''»i''tie, criminal, frim''=i=niil. 
3lber in credulity, fri^biu'^li' tie, durable, bi^u'»rd-bl 
ift ber SSofal lang. 

5. Cer 93ofal, e auggcnommcn, ift furj, toenn er bie le^te 
'gitbe f4)Hc§t unb nitit ben ?lcccnt bat, alg : injury, 
\n''1>i6)0'Xi, hotly, ^jat^-li, dogma, bag'^md, drama, 
brd'-md. 

Stugnaljme. — e, toenn nidit ftumm. t)at am 
dntt beg 2Borteg ben Ion »on it), alg: epitome'', 
i-pit'-o-mie, simile, §im^»i-Ite, catastrophe, fd'td9'= 
tro-fie. 

6. Der 5Bofal ift furj (u auggcnommcn), obgleie^ er bie 
(Silbe f^He§t, toenn ber ^iebenaccent barauf ruf)t unb 
ein Sonfonant fo(gt, alg bie erfte ©ilbc in coronation, 
fdr-o-na''«fc|)i>nn, moderation, mab^bi'ra^-'f^cntt. 



21 u g n at) m e n. — 1. 2Bcnn bie folgenbe ©ilbe 
jtoeiSJofalccnt^alt, toic in recreation, rie»fri»a'''f4)onn, 
deviation, bie«tot'a^»fc|i?nn. 

2. aBenn bie 58ebeutung einer uorangefc^ten ©ilbe 
toie re, pre uub pro mit ber SOcbcutung beg2Borteg felbfi 
Dcrfcljmoljcn ift unb einen $au|>t= ober 9Jcbcnaccent 
^at, fo ift ber 5i)ofal furj, toie tn repetition, rc))''i«tifd^- 
ijn, aBtebertjolung; ertjalt aber bie a3orfilbe t()re23e- 
beutung unabtjattgig, fo l)at bag e ben langen Ion, 
toie in repetition, rie-)>i-tifc|>^«cn, toiebereinc 23ittfdt)rift 
eingeben. 
@inc ber ^au)?tf4)toier{greiten ber englifc|)en @})ra4)e be* 
ftctjt barin, bie gcnaue Stugfpra^e ber ©ilben, bie auf eincn 
i'ofal augget)cn unb tocbcr ben ^aupt- no4) ^iebcnacccnt 
t)aben, ju beftimmcn. Untcr biefen Umftcinben t)abcn bie 
93o{ale nic^t i^re Dollfommcnen langen lijne, aber auc| fei- 
neowegg bie toirflic^ furjen. Dag a toirb i, d, toclc^eg 
toic fc^on »orl)cr erwal)nt, nid;t cigcntlid; ein furjcr Ion ift, 
bag e toic i, i, bag i audj toie i, i, bag o toie 6, o, unb 
bag u tote 6, i_u, ju, auggefproc|)cnv Um bie 2lugf|)ra{|e 
ber (Silben eineg mcljrfilbigen SBortcg ju beftimmcn, ftitbe 
man crft bie ©ilbcn, auf bcnen ber |)au|)t= unb 5?ebcnac- 
cent licgt unb allc anbcrcn ©ilbcn, bie ni^it auf eincn Son- 
fonantcn auggcl)cn, ()aben bie SJofalc toie oben angcgeben, 
aOir ncljmen J. S. bag SBort individuality; ber $au>)t- 
accent licgt auf al unb ber 5tcbenaccent, nac^ ben iiber ben 
3lfccnt angcgcbcncn 9Jcgcln, auf vid, bcibe Silbcn toerben 
furj burd) ten Stccent; i in ber erften ©ilbe ift furj, tocil 
jtoci Sonfonanten folgen, eg blctben alfo not|) bie jtoeite 
Silbc di, bie ticrtc u, bie fc^fte i unb bie ftebentc ly iibrig, 
bcren SSofale toic e, t, i, ju, e, t, unb i, i auggef))roc|)cn 
tocrben, unb toir f'^bcn nun in-dl-vid-i-M'-i-t^, in=bi- 
toib^-)u-dK'i»ti. Dicfcg ift bie ^auf^trcgel, um bie Slug- 
fpraclje ber a)ofaIc gu beftimmcn ; bie 2lugnat)mcn tocrben 
bci a3cfcl)reibung ber cinjclncn SSofalc angcgcben, !^ter tooU 
len toir nur uo(^ anfiitjvcn, ba§ toenn bie Silbe naU) bem 
3tccent auf e auggct>t uitb unmittelbar ein r folgt, le^tcreg 
feinen Sin flu 9 auf bag e augiibt, alg in literal, general, 
misery, w\d)t lif-ter-il, lit^«torr-dl, gen-er-al, bgd)Cn^- 
brr»dl, mlz-zSr-i, mig=gijrr^=i; in biefen 2BiJrtcrn t)at bag 
e nicijjt genau ben Ion oon e in met, fonbern uielme^r ben* 
jcnigen beg frnujofifdjcn e in me, te, se, tooriiber mct)r 
untcr e. 33cim langfamen unb nad^briicf(i(|cn ®)?rec&ett 
Ijijren toir jebocb aud) \)m jutocilen, in einjclncn 2BiJrtern, 
bag e toie 6, t augf}.'' redden, toie in reverberate, ri-toer'-bi- 
rd\)t', ri=toer^-bijrr-ral)t ift inbc^ cbcn fo rid^tig. 

Uthcv &ie 2lu^f^rad)c ber eingelncn 
%ud)ftaben« 

&. !Der erfte Ion bicfcg Su^jftabcng, toie fd^on »orl)er an- 
gefiit)rt, ift bag cl) in ftet)lcn ober A in 5aben. 

Dicfcn Ion ^cit a, toenn eg am Snbe einer betontcn 
©ilbe ftel>t, toie paper, ifd^'pox, nation, na^'-fc^iJun, 
arbitration, ar=bi-tra''-f^i)nn. 

^usnaljmen. 

father, fa''=']g[i}r — master, md'-ftor — water, u^S''=tor. 
1)cnfclben Ion ^at eg »or einem Sonfonanten, bem ein 
ftummeg e folgt, toie j. 33. fate, fcl^t (fa^tj— fade, 
m (fa^b). 



LVt 



t»iiart:i'.i>)t8f Crklaruno ^cr cnultfdjcu S^usfjira^e. 



have, t)dii3, are, ax, 

gape, gdp, bade, bdb. 

, T)cr jweite Jon tiefeg Suc^jlabeit tft ba^ beutfdjc a in 
Ijaben, ^aften. Diefcn Jon finben toir sorjiiglic^ sor 
r, tote in car, hat, far, faar, tar, taar, »or Im, toie tn 
psalm, §nrtm, psalmist, §al=mift ', juttJCilen Uor If, Ive, 
calf, faaf, calves, faawi?, ; »or bent fc^arfen th, bath, 
iakf awc^/ »tE o^^" ern)at)nt, in father (d, 9hi^n.). 
Tli\n fbnntc liierju noc^ bie Slbfiirjnng can't, sha'n't, 
ha'n't red)nen, inbeffcn ()ijrt man btefe jc^t ijiel mcljr 
mit &, d» 

©iefcg a, toelclei? totr jur Unterfc^eibung ba$ (>Iattbcut- 
fc^e a ncnnen tooaen, nnb nje(d)cS mr mit at) bejeic^nen, 
flef)t S)or 11, »ie in all, 51)1, oall, fd^t, hall, ^a^( ; md) 
sjor e t n e m 1, tucnn ein anberer Sonfonant, mit 2tni3- 
na|)me bet ftnmmen Sippcniaute p, b, f unb v folgt, nne 
salt, §at)lt, bald, bat)lb, false, frt^l§, falcon, faI)K=fon. 
Die 21[ugna{)men bicfer Stcgel finb mciftenig SDbrtev, 
bie auS bem 5trabi|C&en unb Sateinifci;en entnommen 
jinb, rtl3 Alps, d(p§, asphaltic, dg=fdl'=ticf, falcated, 
f(ir»fa=tcb, calculate, fat^=?iu= le^t , amalgamate, 
(S=mdK-gd=mef)t, alcoran, dK=fo»r(in, unb au§erbem 
Alfred, dF-fveb, Diefe 9?egel bejicljt [id) inbej^ nur 
fluf betonte ober accentuirtc ©ilbcn ; njcnn ber 51ccent 
ftuf eincr anbem ©ilbe licgt, fo t)at bag a ben lef tern 
2;on (i, d) teie in alley, dK=li, valley, ttJdl^li : alter- 
nate, dl=tljr'»nct)t *, balsamic, bdt«§dm^-icf, falcade, 
fdl=fcl)b^ u« f. tt). Mt SBortcr, bie mit ber Silbc all 
jufammengefe^t finb, bei ber Bufammenfc^ung aber 
bag eine 1 ijcrlieren, l)aben bag a, alg ob ftc noc| auf H 
ttuggingen: also, at)K-go, almost, a{)l'=mot)jt, almigh- 
ty, a|>l»mei''='tt. 

W uor a |at bie befonbcre Sigenfc^aft, biefcm Su(i()= 
ftabcn ben 6 (a) Jon ju »erietl)en, toenn nic^t ein k, g, 
X, ng ober f folgt, j. 58, • 



■wad, UwSb, t 
•wan, u^3n, 
■want, u^ant, 
was, Uwfig, 
•what, u«,2t. 



■wax, Uwdcfg, 
■waft, u^dft, 
thwack, 2tu_dcf. 
twang, tu„dng, 
twank, tn„dnf. 



5ta^ aUen aubern Sud;ilaben ijerlicrt bag a ben a 
%on ijor 11, ivenn bag jweite 1 jur folgenbcn ®ilbc ge^ 
l^ijrt, J. 23. tallo-w, tdK-Io, hallow, ^d(^=(o, callous, 
UVAo^, na^ w aber bet)alt eg bcnfelben, alg in wallow, 
VU,aVAo, swallow, gn„a(^-Io. 

!Da qu bajfclbe toie kw ift, fo 'i)at eg unter bcnfelben 
Umftflinbcn auc^ biefclbe SBirfung auf bag a, j. 23. 
quantity, fu„an''=ti-ti, ^quality, fu„al'»i'=ti. — Quaver, 
fUwa'»n3i}r, unb equator, t-fu„a'»tijr finb 5lugnat)men. 
Den obigen brciten aber furjen Jon uon i, a finben 
Jott nac^ w, wenn ein Sonfonant in bcrfclben ®ilbe 
folgt, J. 23. wallow, todt'-lo, au^ toenn jtoei Sonfo* 
nantcn folgen, mit 2lugna()me ber fc^on obcn angegebe- 
nen, alg: want, u^dnt, wasp, u„dg(j, wast, u^dct; 

* Siniae Drt^cetsiflen tegeit ten SIccent auf bie crftt ©iI6e. 
t aOSalfer bejci(^net biefcit Xoit mit o, ba bie« aber ber furje 5Eon »on 
a in aU iji, fo mirb boJ 6 uberfiuffla. 



tccun jebod) 1 ober r ciner bicfer 23ud)fiabcn ift, fo toirb 
eg dl) lang, alg, walk, u^dl)f, swarm, fu„d()rm. 
L Diefcg a, welc^cg ein fc()r offcneg e ober a ijt, pnben 
«3ir in ©ilbcn, bie fi^ mit einem ober mel)reren Sonfo* 
nanten fd;lie{)cn. SBir finben biefen Saut in man, pan, 
hat (nttt 2tugnat)mc ber oben angefiit)rt'cn SBbrter) 
felbjt toenn er ttor einem boppelten r ftel)t, ober oor einem 
r, toorauf ein !:8ofal folgt ; toenn bicfer 23ud)ftabc Bcrbop- 
^elt toirb nm cine jiceite ®ilbc ju bilbcn, fo uerwanbelt 
fi(^ ber Jon a in d, folgt aber ein Sonfonant, fo be^dlt 
ix ben reinen <i Jon. 

car, far, carry, fdr'-rt, 

far, far, marry, mdr'=rt, 

tar, tar, to tarry, tdr''=rt, 

cart, fart, narrow, ndr'=ro, 

harsh, barft^, arise, d=reig. 

Stuggenommcn ftnb bie Don ©ubftantisen gebilbetett 
Slbjectise, bie auf ry au4gel)en, to ie tarry, ta'»rt, son 
tar, starry, fta'=ri, Don star, ivelc^e ben Jon beg bcut- 
fc^cn rt be|)a(tcn. 

Itnfcgclma^tQC un& imacccittuirtc Sijnc, 

9Iu^er ben langcn unb furjen Jbnen ber Sautbuc^ftaben, 
^abcu biefc nodj oft unbefiiinmte, fd;toer anjugebenbe Jijne, 
loenn fie ben SIcccnt nic^t t)aben. ^ein Sofal \)cit fo oft 
bicfcn unbeftimmten Jon toie bag a * ; toir glaubcn, bo^ 
bicfer Jon bem franjiififc|en unacccntuirtcn e in le, me, te, 
se am na4>ften fiJmmt, fo toirb bag a in Louisa nic^t n)ie 
<i, toic rt, tt)ie d, noc^ toie d auggefproc^cn ; ber nadjfte 
cnglifdjc Jon ift ber fi^on ertoat)nte ^nud)' ober "Stij^nton 
i (d) unb man fbnntc bal)cr auc|) Louisa am beftcn mit 
loo.,e-zfi.j auf bcutfcl) mitluXfc (fb) bcjeic()nen. ©bcnfo t)at 
bag SBort man in jufammcngcfc^tcnSBbrtcru ben Jon oon 
man, mbnn, to ic in woman, u^um' = bn, nobleman, no'» 
bl=mbn. Die le^tc ®ilbe in bem SBortc „gcjicmen" 
fbmmt, h)cnn man ben 5lcccnt jlarf auf „jic" legt, bcmfel- 
ben fajt gicic^. 3n bem afixum able t)atbag a immertic= 
fen Jon, j. S. portable, |jot)r'-tb»bI, sufferable, §iif'» 
fbr-b=bl. Sbenfo in ben mciftcn unacccntuirtcn (Subfilben, 
auggcnommcn in age unb ate, tooson njciteruntcn: Medal, 
med'-diil, meb'«bbl (2Qalfer gicbt nied-dal), giant, bg(^ei- 
bnt, dial, bei'=bl, u. f. W. 

3n any, many unb Thames "^at a. ben h (c) 2aut, en'« 
ni, mcn'-=ni, temmg. 

3n ber Snbung age, njcnn ntc^t acccntuirt, ^at bag a 
faft ben Jon »on i in pin, cabbage,'fdb'=bibgc^, village, 
toil'«libgd), courage, fbr'-ribgc^. Die 2lugnat)men ijon 
bicfer 9tcgcl finben h)ir oorjiiglid) unter ben, auf ber erfteu 
@tlbe accentuirten brcifilbigen 3Bbrtcrn, tocli|)e bag a toie 
a ^aben. 

^usunljinrn. 

Adage, presage, scutage, hemhoerage, vassalage, 
carcitage, guidage, pusilage, mucilage, cartilage, pu- 
pilage, orphanage, villanage, appanage, concubinage, 
baronage, patronage, parsonage, personage, equipage, 



* £'e{[enun3ea4tet beiet^net SDatfer biefen Siott met|ten0 mit i (tf). 



fDUfianiitjjc Crkluruufl tirr cn8lifd)fn w^iasfiirad)?. 



LVIT 



OBsifrage, saxifrage, umpirage, embassage, hermitage, 
heritage. 

Die (Snbfilbe ate, toenn foldie ben 3lcccnt bat, tctrb fluf 
»erf(^tcbcne SBeifc au^gcfproc^en. 3n ben Bfttt^'ort"" ^«t 
fie ben regelmagigcn Ion i (A), h)ie in speculate, fpecf'^ 
ju'lebt, ruminate, rub'-mt»net)t ; rto^renb in ben ^aupt- 
unb (Sigenfcbaft^wbrtern bet Ion ful beina^e in t (6) 
iserwanbcU, j. S. delicate, bel'«i=fot (fct), climnte, Ilei'- 
ntiSt, primate, prei'*mijt. 3n innate bleibt jebod^ berlon 
fo lang, a(« ob ber Slccent barauf (icge. 

T>it Snbfilbe ace ijt inbf§ fo unbeut(i(^, ba§ toenn man 
bic auf biefe (gilbe au^(?el)enbcn SDbrter nac^ bem ®et)br 
fdiriebe, jeber anbcre 2?cfal bem Icne sielleidjt nat)er fame. 
Tftlace, pdl'«lb§, pinnace, >)in'-nb§, U. f. ». 3n fur- 
nace teitb ii jum 1, fbr'-ni§. 

E. 

i. "Den erffen Xonbiefe3 3?cfal« finben ftjir in ben 2Dbr- 
tern glebe, theme, h)0 ta€. bem Sonfonanten folgenbe, 
flumme e ben langen Ion erforbert, glieb, ^liem ; a\i6) 
totnn biefer S3u4>ftabe eine accentutrte Silbe f^(ie§t, a\i : 
adhesion, db-l^ie'-^^liJnn CSc!^en), equal, ie'-!u»ol. 

where, l)u.a^r, ere, i^r, 

there, ^flitjr, therefore, ^et'-fo^ir, 

were, U-Or. 
fi.,!Der jweite Ion ijl ganj h)ie ba3 bcutfd)e e in giett, 
GHe, enbe, efTe ; nur ba^ r iitt {ind) flfwf biefen, »ie auf 
aUe anbern Sofale, feincn (5influ§ ani, 93or r ueman- 
belt fic^ ber leciitime Ion biefed Su*jtaben« in ben fc^on 
mebrmnl? erirabnten Stobn^ cber ^nucblniit, inbeffen ijt 
er ni^t grtnj fo beutlid) ober offen, trie ft in anbcren SBbr- 
tern ; tai frnn^bfifc^e unaccentuirtc e ift aud) l)ier ber 
befte ©tearcrtreter, bie SDalfer'fc^e 2lu?gabe giebt inbeg h 
an \ toir bejeidinen e^ mit d. 

Itnregelma^tge unaccentuirtc 3:i>nc, 

2lm Gnbe einfilbiger SCbrter i)ai ba« e benfelben Ion 
toie ee (it, ib), me, he, be, we, mie, l)ie, bie, uje. l!ie« 
fer Ion »irb nber fetjr oft abijefurjt, toenn ber Slccent be« 
(Sn^esJ nic^t auf biefe 2Bcrter fcitlt. 

Sluid in ber (Snbfilbe »cn, nu^ ben alten ©prad^en ent- 
lebnten HDbrtem, too in enf^lifdien SDbrtern ba« e jtumm 
fein ttiirbe, l)at e« ben langen Ion h>ie in epitome, i-pit'- 
o=mie, simile, gim'-i-Iie, catastrophe, fd^tdS'-tro^fie. 

3n ben poetif(|en 9lbfiirjungen e'er unb ne'er hjirb bag 
e toie 4 (a) au^gefv^rocljen, a^r, uatir. 

3n her toirb bag e fafl ganj toie ti (6) auggcfprod^en^ 
auci) in ben unaccentuirten Snbftlben , trie reader, 
writer, rie'^bcr, rei'-tiir. 2tuc^ in ben (Snbftlben ere, 
gre, tre, too bag e »or bem r unb mie 5 (o) auggefproc^en 
toirb. Theatre, 2(ie'«d'tbr (nad) SBalfcr, natier fame 
2lie'-e=tor), lucre, \\i\)''V6x. Ueberbaupt trcnn ber9lccent 
nid)t auf ber ®ilbe er liegt, fo bat bag e immer mebr ober 
toeniger ben (StiJbnlaut. 9)?an foHtc nie ten-ible, tijr'- 
rib'bl, fonbern terr''rib-bl fagen, tjingcgen tender, suffer, 
murder tcerben au^gefpro(i)<;n, alg ob fie in ber le^ten @ilbe 
cin u fatten, bo tender ein DcKfommcner diiini ju splen- 
dour ift. 5Benn bag e glcic^ »cr ber acccntuirten ©ilbe 
jiebt, fo toirb ber Ion jutseilen fcrlangert, tcie in despatch, 



trclc^eg h>te bi-fvdtfi^', ober toicKeic^t beffcr toie big-j^dtfc^ 
auggcfproc^en toixt. 

3n ben unaccentuirten Snbjilben, toenn bag SBort auf 
eincn 3it'*'«"t auggfl)t, nimmt bag e oft ben furjcn Ion 
i)on i (1, i) an. Faces, fd'^§ig, praises, pxa^'[li, houses, 
l)au'=fig ; auc^ in poet, )3o'-it, covet, fijw'-'it, duel, biu'«it, 

3n ben SSiJrtcrn sergeant unb clerk flingt bag e Jote i, 
§ar'-bgc^int, flarf. 

3n England unb pretty ge^t biefer Ion ftu^ in'g furje 
i uber, 3ng-Idnb, <jrit'=tt. 

5)iefer 58u(^f^abe ijt ftumm nad^ einem Sonfonanten, tn- 
bem er ben rorbcrgebenben 33ofaI lang mac^t, j. 58. hat, 
Itjdt, hate, f)at)t, pin, j)in, pine, ptin, not, ndt, note, net^, 
cut, fijt, cute, fLut)t'. 

^U0nal)men. 

Die sorter angegebeiien SBbrter. 

Sr ift ftumm in ber Slblcitunggfilbe es, hjenn ntdpt cin 
Biftbl'^iit »orberge{)t, cares, fatjrg, mates, mat)tg, mutes, 
mLubtg', he writes, reitg. 

3n ber Slbleitungefilbe ed, t»enn fein d ober t tviein 
hated, t)a^=teb, »orangcbt, alg : formed, fabrmb. 

3n ber unaccentuirten (Snbfilbe el in folgenben Sffiiirternt 
ravel, rdlc'l, spekel, weasel, ousel, nousel, navel, snivel, 
rivel, drivel, shrivel, shovel, grovel, hazel, drazel, nozel; 
in anbern auf el auggc{)enben SBiJrtern werben biefe fBiii^' 
ftaben nsie eine totUommene @ilbe auggefprod^en, j. 23, 
vessel, wef'fel, parcel, ^jar'-^^el, rebel, rcb'=el. 

E wirb uidit auggefproi^cn in ber unaccentuirten Snb- 
filbe en, toenn fein fliiffiger Sonfonant »orl)erget)t, to 
hearken, t)ar-f'n, to loosen, lul)-§'n. 2lugnat)men; 
sudden, mynchen, kitchen, hyphen, chicken, ticken, 
jerken, aspen, platen, paten, marten, latten, patten, 
leaven, sloven. 3n ben 2Bbrtern fallen unb stolen ijl 
bag e ftumm, obgleic^ tin fliiffiger Suc^jtabe sorberge'^t. 

I. 

Diefer SBudjftabe, toenn lang, toirb toie bag bcutfcbe et 
nur ctwag gebrangter, auggefproc|)en, unb ift cin toirflic^er 
Xoppfttaut. 
1. Den langen Ion Ijat er t 

l.-5lm (Snbe einer accentuirten ®ilbe, alg 5 title, tei'^tl, 
bible, bei'^-bl. 

2. S3 or einem Sonfonantcn toorauf bag ftumme e folgt, 
time, teim, mine, mein. Sluggenommcn ift bie ®ilbe 
shire in 3"f'ii"wenfe^ungcn, toie in Yorkshire, too 
eg ben Ion beg ee, ie, t)at, jdrf'»f^icr. 

3. 3n einfilbigen SBbrtern, bie fic| auf nd enbigen unb in 
beren 2lb(eitungen, alg: bind, mind, bcint, meinb; 
aud^ in brei 2Bbrtern, bie auf Id augget)en, child, 
tfdjeilb, wild, u„ei(b, mild, meilb. 

1. Den Ion beg furjcn beutfdjen i ijat eg »or einem Son- 
fcnantcn, toie in : thin, 2(in, him, l)im, immediately, im« 
mie'«bi'el)t'li. 2lud) am (Snbe einer unbctonten ©ilbe, 
toie in vanity, quality, eg l)at bier aber mcl)r ben Ion oon 
e (t) unb toirb auggcfprodjen todn'»i=ti, ftodl'»i=ti. 

SSor r loeranbert aud^ biefer 23ui^ftabe feincn Ion unb 
gcl)t fa ft in ben @tijl)nlaut »on u iibcr, toenn ein Sonfo- 
nant folgt unb berfclbe nid^t in ber le^ten ©ilbc ift, j. 23» 
virgin, fafl toie tobr'-g^iin ; ber Ion liegt jtoifci|«n o unb e, 



LX 



f tilirtiin>)t{jf C!2rklarutt0 tn'r fn(jlifd)en ^nsfprad)?. 



Itnreoelma^igc un5 unacccittutrtc S^iJnc, 

3n einer unaccentutrtert ®nb|'t!bc, tt?cnn c obcr k »orf)cr« 
gf'^t unb n folgt, ift ba^ o flumm ; bacon, beacon, deacon, 
beckon, reckon ujerbcn au^gefproc^cn : bal)f'n, btef'n, 
bief'n, bccf'n, rtcf'n, aud^ tueitn »or bent c no(^ ein anbe« 
rer Sonfonant fieljt, irie: falcon, fa^If'n. jDag o ijt ftumm, 
toenn cin d S)ort)ergel)t, Jute tn pardon, parb'n, ahtx niH^t 
in guerdon, ger'^bott; fluinm tfl e^ r\a^ p tn weapon, 
capon, uep'it, fa'pn; toentt s !uor()erge(;t in reason, season, 
treason, oraison, benison, denison, unison, foison, 
poison, prison, damson, crimson, advowson; biefe tcerben 
flii^gefpro^icn : rte'-fn, gteg'^n, trte'-fen, or'-ri-fn «.f, tt>. 
J)a6 if} aud^ jtunim tn enter unaccentutrtcn Snbplbe, btc 
mtt t anfangt, aUt seton, gte'tn, cotton, fiit'tn. SBenn 
»or bent t cin x ftel)t, fo tnug ba^ o au^gefprcdjen «?crben: 
eexton, fccf^'-tiin. SBenn cin 1 »or bcm t [tef)t, fo wirb 
iai ge»of)nIic| nic^t auSgefproc!^en : Stilton, Wilton, 
jlirt'tt, uJCt'tt. T^ai ift and) ftninm in blazon, blci'- 
f n, t»irb aber auSgefprcdjen in horizon, '^o^rci'fon. 

Sang tjl baS o nod^ in ben cinftlbigen toor Id, It unb 11, 
aUt cold, fc^Ib, bolt, bDl)lt, roll, rol)l. 2lu6na:^me; doll, 
bai. 3n agone, begone t)at e^ ben 6 (a) Jen gan, 3n 
women j»ie (j uJnt'=mi)n, 

U. 

!Dtefer S3ud^ftabe, H5el(^en bte Gngtanber you (ju) nen- 
nen, ifi cin Dopt>cUaut, unb tcirb, 'wenn lang, Jcie Lul) 
Qt^oxt, au^genommen nnc^ r unb, toie c^ nng fd)eint, nac^ 
1, cbgleicf) tuir ba3 le^tere in ben engitfc^cn Stu^fprat^"" 
iDictionaren ni^it rtngcgeben finbcn. 3n ben aBiJrtern, bie 
ntit lu anfangen, eben fo h)ic biejenigen, bie mit ru an= 
fdngen, Ijoren n)ir nur loo (hit)); man fagt lunar, Iu'» 
ndr, unb nic^t Iiu'=ndr, auc| tvenn ba^ lu nict)t am 5lnfange 
tft, »»ie conclude, juelcJjeS kon-klood'', fon=Mu|)b', unb nic^t 
kon-kle^ood', fon»flLut)b', au^gefproc^enwirb. Tag 2DaI= 
fer nic^t immrr ben Zon i^uf) mit A angeben toiH, \k^t 
man bet ewe, mld^t^ er mit yi angicbt, tca^rcnb er you 
mit yoo bejeic^net unb in feincr Sinlcitung fagt, bag bte 
brci SCorter ewe, bie <2>^a^mviittr, yew, bie &ht, unb 
you, 3]^r, ganj gleic^ lauten. T)k Slu^fpra^c biefeg ian^ 
M, tuenn er eine eigenc <Silbc bilbet, tft genau bie erfte 
<©ttbe pon bcm bcutfc^en JBorte 3ube, wo p^ bag fi^arfe 
ee, Bon ee^oo in y (j) pernjanbelt. Diefelbc-Umwanblung 
Bonee lang cber i furj finben tuir in Bielcn SBijrtern, bie 
jc^t mit y gcfc|ricben tBcrben; bicfelben iBiirben im Slngel- 
fa^fifc^en mtt e unb i buc^ftabivt. 

9?or cincm Sonfonanten mit bem flummen e, fo tBie am 
GuDc einer @ilbc lautet cr «5ie ut, Lu^), tt)ie in: dispute, 
t)i$'pLu\)t\ purity, piu'=ri=ti. 

Dcr jJBcite Xon ift ber fc^on oft erWatjnte $aud^ ober 
©tb^nlaut; wenn bctont, fbmmt cr bem beutf^en 6 jiem= 
lic^ nat)e, fonjt glei^it cr mcf)r bcm franjoft|c|)en e in le, 
mej te, se. iDicfcn Jlon t)at er Bor cincm jur felbcn ©ilbe 
gcljbrigctt Sonfonantcn: but, bbt, mutter, mbf^tcr. 

Sinctt brittcn Jon t)at cr, ber ganj genau mit bem bent- 
fc^cn u in 9iuU, ^ufd), 5Rutter unb mit bem englifc^en oo 
in foot, ber ber Bcrfiirjte Slon Bon oo in boot ift, iibercin- 
ftimmt. SBir pnben biefen Saut in folgcnben SBbrtern : 
bull, pull, full, unb in ben mit full jufammcngcfc^tcn 



2Bi)rtCvn, ali wonderful, u„bn^=bi)r»ful U. f. tB., tn bul- 
lock, bully, bullet, bulwark, fuller, fullingmill, pulley, 
pullet, push, bush, bushel, pulpit, puss, bullion, but- 
cher, cushion, cuckoo, pudding, sugar (fd)ug'=tJr), hus- 
sar, huzza. 

Itnrcgclma^tgc uttb unaccctituirte 3:6nc. 

3n busy, business flingt cg tpic i furj, bi^'^i, bi^'^ncg; 
in bury iBi'e e furj, bcr'=ri. 3n sure t)at ce ben Zm Bon 
00 in boot: fi^u^r. 3n ferrule, lettuce unb minute i)at 
ti ben Slon Bon i furj: fbr'-ril, let'-tig, min'-nit. 



■Dicfer Suc(;ftabc, iBcnn al^ 33olfa( gebraud|)t, t)at ganj 
bicfelben Slijne toic i. ©^ ift cnitBCber lang, t»ic ci, obcr 
furj, tBie t in bin. 

tturcgclma^igc unb uitaccentuirtc '^ont* 

Der unaccentuirte Jon biefc^ Sud^ftaben am Snbe einer 
®tlbe, cbcnfo tBie i, ift bag bcutf4)c i, olg; vanity, 
Mn''i'ti, 

^U9nttl)mfn. 

SBeutt f Bor bem y ftct)t, fo {)at eg ben Jon Bon et, toic: 
justify, bg(^bs5'=ti=fei, qualify, qua{)'-li-fei, and) in mul- 
tiply, mbl'-ti«|jlei, occupy, dd'=fiu»|jei. 

3n panegyric flingt cg wic 4 (e), }jan'-i=bgd^cr'«rid. 

3n faft alien 2Bortcrn, bie aug bcm ®riectjifc|icn finb 
unb mit ber accentuirten <Silbc hy anfangen, l)at eg ben 
Saut Bon et. 3n hypocrisy, l)i-^!ocf'-fri»ft, Ijat eg ben 
SDfiittclton, unb in hypocrite, |)ip^=po=frit, ift eg furj. 3n 
ber crjtcn ©ilbc Bon typography unb ben Slbleitungen ijt 
eg lang: tci=|jag^=grd=ft. 3n mythology t)at eg ben 2}iit- 
tclton i: mi=2(er=ic==bgc|>i. 

2Bcnn y glcit| Bor bem Stcccntc ftc^t, fo ift btc 9lug» 
fpradjc, cbcnfo tBie bei i, gar nicfet ju bcftimmrn. 5luc^ 
finb bie Drtl)oet)iften buvdjaug nidjt einig iiber bicfcn 23ucl;» 
ftaben. SBalfcr fagt : hjcnn ein 3wfifel obwaltct, fell man 
ben furjen 2aut i Borjieljen. 

W aSoIaL 

• ^ommt alg SSofal nur in S3crbinbung mit anbern S3o- 
falcn Bor. 

•DoppcHauter pnb eigcntli(| fol^ic 23ofaI=9Scrbinbungcn, 
tBO tBir itoti 93ofaltbne l)ijven, bie abcr fcljr fc|inelt t)intcr 
einanber auggcfprodtcn trerben ; folcl)c pnb <iu in aug, foo 
h5ir a unb u tjintcreiuanbcr Ijljrcn, ober et in cin, Ibo toix 
nic^t nur c unb t, fonbern <x unb i l)brcn. 3m Snglifcben 
gicbt eg jcbod) fct)r Bide fogenannte uncigcntliclje !l)oppel- 
lautcr, wo cnttBcbcr nur einer Bon ben 93efalcn gcl)i.>rt wirb, 
obcr iBO cin anbcrer Saut cntfteljt, Bcrfdiicben Bon ben bei* 
ben 3?ofalcn, aber bennod^ cinfad^ in feincm Jonc, <2o 
ift ou in bound (baunb), cin eigcntlicl)cr Dopjjctlaut, benn 
tBir t)iiren l)icr ganj bcutli^ bag k (a) unb oo (u); in 
dough (bo) l)liren wir abcr nur bag o, cing Bon ben a3ofaU 
tbnen, unb in sought (§dl)t) cinen ganj anbern Jon. SBir 
l)abcn l)icr fowol)l mit ben cigeutli^cn, Wic mit ben un- 
ciijcntli^cn 2)oj)fjeHautcrn ju t{>un. 



foUftttttMjjr €rklarun{j tet fnglifd)cn ^lusfprar^c 



LXl 



AE. 

AE tjl ein unetgentltd^cr Toppctlauter unb totrb, toenn 
lang, au^gefvrodjen toit ie: Caesar, §tc'-f6r. aBenn furj, 
^at ti ben Ion »on t, tttf in Daedalus, beb'-d Ic§. 

AI 

bat benfelben Ion toic i in tale, totl^jtg ganj toie tail aui- 
9C)'prod)en toirb. 

Jlnsnttljmfn. 

Said al? 3"'ttoort, §tb ; ali Slbffch's ifl f« rfgelmagig. 

Plaid, Jjidb, raillery, rdK-If-ri. Again, d''-gfn, against, 
d-genfl'. Aisle, tit. Britain, bnV't'n. 

3n ber unnccrntuirten Silbe, bie auf ain aniQtU, toirb 
nur ba« i au^gcftrcdjtn, j. S. mountain, maun'-tin, vil- 
l«iin, toiK-lin, u. f. ». 

AO. 

ginben tt>ir nur in gaol, h)fl(^f« man ^auftger jail, toit 
U au4i au^gtfpTOc^tn toirb, fctrribt. 

AU. 

2Dirb toie a in all au^gefprodjien, taught, t&\)t. 

3n aunt, hskaunce, askaunt, flaunt, hauat, gauntlet, 
jaunt, haunch, launch, craunch, jaundice, laundress, 
laundry ()at e« ben Jon be* a in father, man f|)ri4)t ani 
aunt, d§'-faan§, ^aant, u. f. to. 

Slu^i in laugh unb draught \)ai ti biefen Ion, laaf, 
braaft. 

3n hautboy bat e« ben Ion »on o, l()o'-beu, in cauli- 
flower, FaK-It-flau-iJr, laurel, lar'-ril, unb laudanum, 
Iab'-ni?m ben Ion »on 6, (d). 3n gauge flingi ti toit 
i, ge^b^cb. 

AW. 

^at ben Ion t>on a in all, al* in bawl, M^I. 
AY. 

®flnj toie ai ober a in pale (a). 3n quay bat e« ben 
Ion »on ee, ic, fie. 3n Sunday, Monday biJrt man e* 
oft toie i (i) au^fpred^en, §ijn''-bi, miju^'bi, u. f. to. 

Die 33ejabung ay toirb et au^gefproc^en. 

AYE. 

Diefer 'fcreilauter bilbet ba« 2Dort, toelcbc* totr je^t nur 
no(b felten ^iiren ; ti toirb au^gcfprcdjen <ij\) unb bebeuiet 
lemal*. 

EA. 

!Der regelma§ige Ion i|t 4 (ic), inbeffen giebt ti fo t>iele 
Slu^nabmcn, »o ber Ion furj ift, ba§ toir »on beiben ein 
a}erjet(^ni§ geben tooflen. 

Ea tP lang toie in bien, in jrfoard, d-perb', aflfear, df- 
per'', anneal, dn^nieK, appeal, appear, appease, aread, ar- 
rear, beacon, beadle, beadroU, beads, beadsman, beagle, 
beak, beaker, beam, bean, beard, bearded, beast, beat, 
beaten, beaver, beleaguer, beneath, bequeath, bereave, 
besmear, bespeak, bleach, bleak, blear, bleat, bohea, 
breach, bream, to breathe, cease, cheap, cheat, clean, 
cleanly (adverb,) clear, clearance, cleave, cochineal, 
colleague, conceal, congeal, cream, creak, crease, 
creature, deacon, deal, dean, deanery, dear, decease, 
defeasance, defeasible, defeat, demean, demeauor, 
D 



de-reabc, dream, drear, dreary, each, eager, eagle, 
eagre, ear, east, easter, easy, to eat, eaten, eaves, 
entreat, endear, escheat, fear, fearful, feasible, fea- 
sibility, feast, feat, feature, flea, fleam, freak, gear, 
gleam, glean, to grease, grease, greaves, heal, heap, 
hear, heat, heath, heathen, heave, impeach, increase, 
inseam, interleave, knead, lea, to lead, leaf, league, 
leak, lean, lease, leash, leasing, least, leave, leaves, 
mead, meagre, meal, mean, meat, measles, meathe, 
neap, near, neat, pea, peace, peak, peal, pease, peat, 
plea, plead, please, reach, to read, ream, reap, rear, 
rearward, reason, recheat, redstreak, release, repeal, 
repeat, retreat, reveal, screak, scream, seal, sea, seam, 
seamy, sear, searcloth, season, seat, shear, shears, 
sheath, sheathe, sheaf, sleazy, sneak, sneaker, sneak- 
up, speak, spear, steal, steam, streak, streamer, 
streamy, surcease, tea, teach, tead, teague, teal, team, 
tear, (substantive,) tease, teat, treacle, treason, treat, 
treatise, treatment, treaty, tweag, tweak, tweage, veal, 
underneath, uneasy, unreave, uprear, weak, weaken, 
weal, weald, wean, weanling, weariness, wearisome, 
weary, weasand, weasel, weave, wheal, wheat, wheaten, 
wreak, wreath, wreathe, wreathy, yea, year, yeanling, 
yearling, yearly, zeal. 

"Cai 3ntpfrffctum son to eat, I eat, toelc^c^ oft ate ge- 
fcbrtebeu h>irb, h>irb immer toie ct au^gefprodjen. 3n eaten 
ift ti jebod; ftet* toit ie^'ten. 

2Benn fearful bange bebeutet, fo ijt ti furj di ob ti fer- 
ful. fer'.ful, gefc^rtcben, t»enn ti aber \0)xtdlii^ bebeutet, 
fo ijt ti lang, fier^«ful. 

Ea i(l furj in abreast, d-=brf j>, ahead, d-'^tV, already, 
obl-teb''-i, bedstead, behead, bespread, bestead, bread, 
breadth, breakfast, breast, breath, cleanse, cleanly, 
(adjective,) cleanlily, dead, deadly, deaf, deafen, dearth, 
death, earl, earldom, early, earn, earnest, earth, 
earthen, earthly, endeavour , feather, head, heady, 
health, heard, hearse, heaven, heavy, jealous, impearl, 
instead, lead (a metal,) leaden, leant, (past time and 
participle of to lean,) learn, learning, leather, leaven, 
meadow, meant, measure, pearl, pheasant, pleasant, 
pleasantry, pleasure, read (past time and participle,) 
readiness, ready,' realm, rehearsal, rehearse, research, 
seamstress, scarce, search, spread, stead, steadfast, 
steady, stealth, stealthy, sweat, sweaty, thread, 
threaden, threat, threaten, treachery, tread, treadle, 
Ireflsure, uncleanly, wealth, wealthy, weapon, weather, 
yearn, zealot, zealous, zealously, peasant, readily. 

3n heard bat ti ben Ion »on h, ^, l^ijrb. 3n leaped 
ift ti turj, lept. 

l!en Ion ton i, a, b^t ti in bear, bcifjr, bearer, bab''rer, 
break, brebf, forbear, for-bo'br'', forswear, fobr»f u^a'br', 
great, grtbt, pear, pdbr, steak, jlabf, swear, gu^abr, to 
tear, ta'br, wear, u^a^r. 

G* \)ixi ben Ion »on i, a, in heart, \jaxi, hearty, bar'-ti, 
hearten, bnr'''tcn, hearth, \)ax'i{, hearken, bar'=fen. 

(S* b^^ ^*tt Stbbnton in vengeance, ttjen''''b*c^ijn*, ser- 
geant, ^ar^-b^d^iJnt, pageant, pdb'-b^c^iint, pageantry, 
ifiV 'tidjow ixi. 



Lxn 



tlollflautiigc Crhlantng tw ftifllifdjcn ^aafvradje. 



EAU. 



DtefciS ip tt{elnte!)r etue franjiififtle 33ofa'(=2?crbtnb«ttfl, 
bte bm 3;on'bei3 (attgcn o'^ i^ai, tvte : beau, l»ol), bureau, 
I)Lu''»ro, flambeau, ^cim^^ho 5 in beauty unb ben ba»on 
abgelettcten 3Blirtern t)at eg ben 2:Dn»onew, Lu, bLufj^'tu 

EE. 

$at grtnj benfclben 3;on tote 6, e.^, tc, th, meet, mt'et, 
feel, fiel, nu^genommen in breeches, been unb threepence, 
too t& ben Slott beg i |at, brit^=f(^e^, bm, ^_^xip^-pin^, 
EI. 

X)er regctmagtge JTou btcfc^ "DoispenautS tjt tooTjI i, a, 
el). !iDtefcn Jon '^at eg m deign, baf)n, vein, toafjn, rein, 
reign, ra()n, feign, feint, ■veil, heir, heinous, inveigh, 
weigh, neigh, skein, reins, their, theirs, eight, freight, 
■weight, neighbor, unb ben bamtt jufitmmcngcfe^ten SBiir' 
tern* 

Ei '^at ben i, it STon in to ceil, §tel, ceiling, ^k^Ain^, 
conceit, Fan=§tct'', deceit, bt:=§ict'', receipt, xi'^W, de- 
ceive, bl^^t'cto'', conceive, perceive, receive, inveigle, iw 
tote'^gl, seize, seisin, seignor, seigniory, seine, plebeian, 
^)lt=bte'=dtt, 

3n leisure totrb eS Bon tit'flen tote He'^i^cfcijr, Don an- 
bern tote Ie^c()^»or au^gcfi^rocljen. SBalfer giebt bent erfte= 
ten ben ffiorjug. 

3tt either unb neither fd()toanTt ber ®ebrau^ ; totr f)o» 
ten if)'''^ox, flbcr arn^ Don getnlbctcn Seutcn ei'»:^br, nci^' 
Jgdr. SBalfer jtet)t bag tl) »or. 

3n height unb sleight {)at a ben 5lon son e\, f)ett unb 
ffett. 

3tt heifer unb nonpareil fltngt e6 tote e, Ijcf -for, nan» 
Jjd.rer. 

3tt forfeit, counterfeit, surfeit, foreign, sovereign itnb 
ben 3lblcttungen b^t f^ ben S^on »ou i, i, far'=fit, faun'' 
itX'^i, gi)r'=pt, u. f. to. 

EO. 

3tt people ]^at e6 ben Jon Don I, ie, jjiV-pel 5 tn jeo- 
pardy ben Jon »on h, bg^e|j'=par=bt, <tuc^ in feoffee, 
feoflfer unb feofment, feP=fie, fef =for, fef »ment. 

3tt geography, geometry unb anbern SBortern, too bag 
geo (Srbe bebeutet, toerben bte SJoMe getrennt unb tote Lo 
auggeftjrod^en, H^U&Q^'QxA'^i, 3n georgick fUngt t$ 
jiebod^ toie bgci^ab^'bg^itd' 

Feod unb baDon abgelettete SBorter toerben auc^ feud 
flefd|)rtebett unb auggcfisrodien, fLubb. 

3n ber imaccentuirten ®i(be eon bat eg ben Saut Don 
6 Obet ben ©tobltlaut, tote in sturgeon, surgeon, dudgeon, 
u. f. to., flbr'-^bgcbon, §br^=becbbn, bbb'-gcbbn ; aber in 
scutcheon, escutcheon, pigeon unb ■widgeon flingt eS tote 
i, t, [fi)t'=f^in, ce=i'fbt'=fd)trt, Mb'-f(i)in, ujb''«gc^in. 

3it yeoman unb yeomanry |at ti ben Jott beg langcn 
o^g, jo'-mdn, io'-ntdn^ri. 

3tt galleon fUngt eg toie 00, ul), gdl-lu^^nt'. 

EOU. 

Dt'efe brei SSofaTe toerben jutoeilcn in etner ©ilbe aug- 
gefprocben, toie gorgeous, gabr''=bgd)bg, outrageous, aut= 
ra''=bgdbt'g 5 jutoeilcn b^i^t ^'^^^ bag e, alg cutaneous, 
fi,-U»ta''»niwbg, vitreous, toit^'tri^op. 



SJBenn ein d ober t Dorbevgebt, toie in hideous, piteous, 
fo gebt bag deous in jus, bg4)i)§, unb bag teous in tfcbcf 
itbcr. C)inficf)t(fcb biefer ©t'lbc ftnb bie £)rtbfo)3tf}cn ganj 
Derfcbiebener SDieinung, man [ebe in ber S^nopfig bie 2Bbr= 
ter righteous unb hideouie ; ic^ '^altt bafur, tag bev Ion 
Don sh unb zh ju (tarf jifc^t, tocibrenb 3amcfon bicfe aSer» 
fcbmeljung, bie Dor bcm gebrangten e fo oft Dorfbnimt, 
ganj tiberfiebt unb eg pit'=t-bg augfpricbt ; am beftcn tocire 
eg, bte ©ilbc teous mit t-je^is, t-gcbt'-bg unb bie (Silte 
deous mit d-je^us, b=gd()i^b§ anjumerfen, piteous, pit' = 
gcbi^Jg, odious, obb'=gcbtJf. 
EU. 

Dt'efer DoppeKaut ^at ben Jon Don ii, Utb, tft immcr 
lang unb regelmcigig, feud, p^ubt, deuce, butbg. 

EW. 

$at benfelbcn Jon toie ber Dorlicrgelienbc. !Diefen Top- 
pellaut bbrt man febr oft in Sonbon unb autb in ben S3er. 
©taaten toie 00, «{), augfprec^en 5 bicfeg fetlte forgfa(» 
tig Dermieben toerben. 3n dew unb ne-w miiffcn toir eben 
fo gut tote in few bag tUtb beuHi^ ()iiren, man fprccbe 
ntUib, btUtf), ftatb. ^<id) 1 f(^etut jcbo^ bag e, i, Derlo= 
ren ju geben; toie fdjon untcr U crtoa'bnt UJurbe ; nacb r 
faat eg immer toeg, brew, crew, brub, frub 5 aucb in 
cliew unb jew bbren toir eg ntc^t, tfd;u^, bgc^uf). 3n sew 
bat eg ben Jon Don 0, go. 

EWE. 

Tiefe Sombination ftnbcn toir nur in ewe, bte ©c^af' 
mutter, eg flingt ganj toie you, jut). 

EY. 

aOenn ey ben Slccent ^at, fo totrb eg toie &, & augge- 
fpred;m. 3utoeilen jcbod; toie bag boppelte ce in ®fcle ; 
biefen Untcrf4neb ft^eiut 2Ba(fer nidU bemerft ju babcn ; 
beibe Jbiie fiub fang, j'euer if} jebocfi offencr, IciUcrer ge^ 
fd)(offcu: bey, grey, prey, they, trey, whey, hey, 
eyre unb ey-ry, toerben auggefproc|en toie ba, gra, prci, 
^to, u. f. to. Stbcr convey, purvey, survey unb obey 
tote fdn=Dee', purvey, pbr^toee', survey, pr--toee', obey, 
o-bce''. 

EYE. 

ginben toir nur in bem 2Borte eye, 2luge } eg lautet ei. 
lA. 

3n ben Snbungen ian, ial, lard unb iate Dertoanbelt [\^ 
bag i in y (j). Christian, fritV^jon, filial, ftl'»jijl, con- 
ciliate, fiin=gi('=iabt, poniard, pan'^jarb. 3n diamond 
bat eg ben Jon Don i„i, dA, bei^^d=mbub. 

3n carriage, marriage, parliament unb miniature 
fa'at bag a toeg unb bag i bat ben furjen Jon, mdr'=ribgcb, 
fdr'-ribgcb, par'-H=ment, min'-nit-f^br (fd^ur). 

IE. 

Der regelmagigc Jon Don ie if} ee (t'e) alg ; grieve, 
thieve, fiend, lief, liege, chief, auctioneer, grenadier, 
grieto, ^itio, fienb, lief, u. f. to. 

Den Jon Don ei \}at eg in die, hie, lie, pie, tie, vie, 
bei, I)ei, lei, u. f. to. 

3n friend i)ai eg ben & (e3 Jon, frenb. 



fflUftiinbigc <[5r1ilaning bcr englifdjcrt ^usfpradfe. 



Lxm 



3n twentieth, thirtieth, u. f. »., auc^ in variegate 
miiiTen fcte Suctnlaben getrennt unb toie 6_a, Lc, auSge- 
ftroc^en werfcen. (Stenfo in orient, o'=ri>-tnt, spaniel, 
fp<Sn'-t„el (/el). 

3n bcr 23ilbung be« 5)Iural3 unb ber Sonjugah'on ber 
Sfitttb'rter bat ei? enthjfter ben langcn Ion i, ober ben fur- 
jen 1, je nac^bem bfl« Stammteort lang ober furj t^. Files 
con fly. fleiiS, lies son He, let^, he denies oon deny, bi= 
mii', dignity, btg'-ni-H, bat tm 5)IuraI dignities, btg'«ni- 
tit^, vanity ^at vanities, todn'-i-ttei?, he sullied sou to 
Bully, tetrb in gwet ©tlben au^gefproct^en, §i>l'.Ub 5 be 
denies, bt-nei^''. 

DEU. 

Tieffn Doptfllaut ftnben njtr in adieu, lieu, prelieu, 
tpo fie ganj. »ie A nu^gcfprocben, d'-btub, ILub (tub), 
piJr^-lLub (biJr'-lub). Ilai SBort lieutenant toirb leto- 
ten'^ndnt auiJgei'proc^cn. 

lEW. 

Stnbet man nur in view, »»i^u^. 

10. 

SiJenn ber erfte biefer beiben tPcfafe ben Accent bat, fo 
toerten fie getrennt au«ge|>ro(bf n , violent, ttei'-o-(ent, 
violet, tcei'^o-Iet. • 

3n marchioness lautft ti toit ft, («>), mar'-tfcbbn-ncg, 
in cushion toie 1, i, fufcb''-f(<»tn. 

3(m meiften finben h)ir Hefeg?ofaIe in ben tenbfilben tion 
unb sion, welcjje tote shftn, fcbonn, au(?gefpro(^en werben ; 
tuenn anbere donfcnanten bem Ion sjorangcbcn, fo werbcn 
bte beiben i'ofalc getrennt, aber beibe furj au^gefproc^en. 
Scorpion, ffar'-pLon, champion, tfcbdm-'-pLon. "iJiad^ 
1 oertoanbelt ti fic^ in jon, wie million, mil'»jijn. SUenn 
8 unb X ijor t ftebcn, fo h?irb ti fafl wie tfcbon au^gefproc^en 
(man febe toad unter ia bet Christian gefagt tecrten tft), 
question, mixtion, combustion, h'egt ju?if(ben guaiJ'- 
tfcbiJnn, mtcfiV.tfcbiinn, fam'bijij''-tf(^(fnnunb queiSf-jiJn, 
midxJt^.jiin, fam-bijdf'ion. 



OEI. 



lOU. 
Dteff gjofale baben ben ilaut »on i-ha, Ug, tuenn ber 
2lccent barauf h'egt, various, glorious, abstemious, toa- 
rt_p§, glo'.ri„c0, db'flie'.mi„c§ ; toenn aber t, unb s 
I'orbergebtn, fo berwanbelt ficb bte Stlbe in fdjiig, ali«: 
precious, prefcf)'-ij§, vicious, toi\fif'-'6^, noxious, naP- 



.^cmmcn nur in bem je^t eeralteten SDorte oeiliads sjor, 
2Ba(fer beutet btefc? mit e-iF-yads, Ul'-jabg an, ti »irb 
je$t franjijfifd; au^gefprocben. 

OEU. 

^ommt nur in bem ffierte manoeuvre »or unb tcirb 
mdn-u''»»L'r au^gefprocijjen.^ 

01. 

iJtefcr Doppeaaut befiebt au« 4^6, 2bJ, eu, boil, toil, 
spoil, beul, teul, fpeul. Choir hjtrb gewSbnlicb Qu"'e ge- 
fcbrteben unb au^gefprodfien. Turquoise ift unbefiimmt ; 
man febe bicfe>3 SBort in ber S^nopftg. 

aSenn unbetont lautet er »erfcbieben ; man fprec^e flu«: 
avoirdupoise, dtB-er=bi„u=pcud'. 
, counesseur, fon=nc§=§i3r'. 

chamois, fcbdm''-mte. 

Adroit tfl regelma§tg unb devoir Bebalt fetne franjijfifd^e 
Hudfprac^e. 

00. 
5::iefe3 tfl ber lange u Ion unb tflfaft t'mmer rcgclmagig, 
moon, soon, fool, root, food, mu^n, §ubn, fub(, rubt, 
fubb. ' 

Qi bat elnen fUrjeren Ion, bcr mit u in bull (u in 
9tuII) iibercinftimmt, wool, wood, good, hood, foot, 
stood, unb bte 3ufammenfe^uugen mit Ic^tcrcm, u^ul, 
gub, bub, fut, flub. 

3n blood unb flood lautet ei bliib, flob. Soot foUte re- 
gelma^tg fetn, totrb aber febr oft §ot ausJgcfprocben. 

Door lautet bobr unb floor, flobr. Moor fotlte tcie 
mubr in alien feinen 5Bebeutungen laiiten, inbeffcn \)oxtn 
toix e« oft toic mobr fiir 9?eflcr, unb ami; fiir 5JJoor. 

ou. 



Die auf dious auegebenben SDorter baben etnen Wittel- 
tun jwtfcben di^&s, bCij? unbj5_&H, tid^iji, am nacb= 
flen fame man ber Slu^fpradie, njenn man tbn mit yas, jijg 
bejeiebnete, j. 23, tedious, tieb'-jij§, odious, obb'»io§, in- 
Bidcous, tn-§ib'-j()§. 

OA. 

Sautet n>te 6, ol), tn boat, coat, oats, coal, loaf, &c., 
bobt, fobt, obtd, fcbl, lobf. 3n broad, abroad unb groat 
^at ti ben Ion uon 4, ab, brftbb, <i-bra^b' unb grabt. 

OE. 

(55an5| tote oe in SBiJrtern, bte and bem (5}rte(btfd)Crt unb 
?atetnif(ben ftammen. 3n anbctn SBiJrtern, wie in doe, 
foe, sloe, toe, throe, hoe unb bilboes if} e^ Wtc cin (angcd 
0, oh, bob, fob, U. f. to. 3i!l canoe unb shoe toit ub, 
fd-nnb', fcbub. 3n does trie ft, 5, ioi. 



TtcfeS if} ber unregelmagigfte Ion in ber ©pracbc 
ecin regclmci^igcr ?aut ift bag bcutfd)c mi unb beftcbt im 
(Snglif^en ani i.oo ober A^ft. SBir borcn bicfcn Saut in 
abound, d-baunb', about, d-baut^ account, df^faunt', 
acoustics, aground, aloud, amount, around, arouse, 
astound, avouch, bough, bounce, bound, bounteous, boun- 
ty, bout, carouse, chouse, cloud, clough, clout, clouterly, 
compound, couch, couchant, crouch, deflour, devour, 
devout, doubt, doubtful, doughty, douse, drought, 
encounter, espouse, expound, flout, flounder, foul, 
found, foundling, fountain, frouzy, glout, gout, (a 
disease,) ground, grouse, grout, hount, hour, house, 
impound, loud, lounge, louse, lout, mound, mountain, 
mountebank, mouse, mouth, noun, ounce, our, oust, 
out, outer, outermost, paramount, plough, pouch, 
pounce, pound, pout, profound, pronoun, pronounce, 
propound, proud, rebound, recount, redoubt, redoubt- 
ed, redound, rencounter, round, roundelay, rouse, rout, 
scoundrel, scour, scout, shout, shroud, slouch, spouse, 
spout, sprout, surround, south, thou, tliousand, touse, 
trounce, trowsers, trout, wound (did wind,) slough (a 
miry place), vouch, vouchsafe, without, scaramouch. 

Den furjen Ion ft, d W ti fafi tmmer, wenn ber 
3lccent nW)t bnrauf h'egt, j. 93. country, fon'»trt, cousin, 
^h''itn, couple, accouple, double, trouble, courteous, 



LXIV 



tlcUftttntJiijf (Srklarung tirr rnglifdj^n 3(Mffva<i)e. 



courtesy, courage, encourage, joust, gournet, house- 
wife, flourish, mounch, nourish, enough, chough, rough, 
tough, slough (a cast skin,) scourge, southerly, south- 
ern, southernwood, southward, touch, touchy, young, 
younker, youngster. 

Der britte Xon, ben btefer !E)o|)))etIaut l)at, tft oo, ul); 
toir ftnbett ttjn in croup, txu^p, group, Qxui^p, amour, 
&'mn\)x', paramour, bouse, bousy, boutefeu, capouch, 
cartouch, fourbe, gout, (taste,) ragout, (pronounced 
goo and ragoo,) rendezvous, rouge, soup, sous, (pro- 
nounced soo,) surtout, through, throughly, toupee or 
toupet, you, your, youth, tour, contour, tourney, tour- 
nament, pour, route, (a road,) accoutre, billet-doux, 
agouti, uncouth, wound, (a hurt), routine (a beaten 
road). 

3n to pour ^at e^ a\x6) ben S^on »on 6: |jobr. Route 
[prtc^t man rutjt unb an^ rant aui. 

Der ijtcrte Xon tjl 6, ol) ; toix finben tl|)n tn: though, 
2(01), although, a^l'^Jgot), coulter, U^tix, unb court, 
accourt, gourd, courtier, course, discourse, source, 
recourse, resource, bourn, dough, doughy, four, mould, 
mouldy, moult, mourn, shoulder, smoulder, soul,, poul- 
tice, poult, poulterer, poultry, troul (to roll smoothly, 
))ai, nacj) @t)eriban, berf 3tcim mtt doll; ntft grijgerem 
fRi^tt jcboc^ retmt e^ fii^, nrtc| Dr. ^cnrtcf, tntt roll,) unb 
borough, thorough, furlough, fourteen, concourse unb 
intercourse 'bil^altm ben 5)o))|)etlaut tn bem Xonete^ langen 
0, obglctc^ er ntc()t accentuirt tuirb. 

Den fUnftcn STon h, at), finben h>tr tn ought, bought, 
brought, sought, besought, fought, nought, thought, 
laethought, wrought, a\)t, bal)t, hxa^i, §al)t u. f. ». 

X)en fed^Sten Zon li, furjeg u, pnbcn toix in would, 
U^ub, should, f(|ub, could, fub. 

Den ftebentcn S^on 6, a, pnben toix nur tn cough, faf, 
trough, trfif, unb in lough, laf, shough, fc|af. 

OW. 

Der regelma§tge ?aut btefe^ Sud^jlabcn tft berfelbe, t»te 
ber erfle Saut »on ou, an ; btefen S^on finben Wir in now, 
ttau, how, :^au, bow (33crbcugung), ban, tnow (cin itorn= 
l^aufen), ntau, cow, fau, brow, brown, browse, plow, 
sow, vow, ayow, allow, disallow, endow, down, clown, 
frown, town, crown, drown, gown, renown, dowager, 
dowdy, dower, dowry, dowlas, drowse, drowsy, flower, 
bower, lower (biifter au^fe^en), power, powder, prowess, 
prow, prowel, vowel, towel, bower, rowel, cowl, scowl, 
crowd, shower, tower, sow (eine 'Bail), sowins, sowl, 
thowl. 

Der jwettc Jon tjt ba« A, ol) *, h>tr finben i^n in blow, 
bto'^, slow, flol), crow, fro!^, flow, flo'^, grow, gro^, bow 
(23ogen), bot), know, no, low (niebrig), mow (mcifteu), 
show, sow (faen), strow, slow, snow, trows, below, owe, 
own, owner, flown, grown, growth, know, known, sown; 
lower (berunterlaffcn), throw, thrown. 

Die Sigennamcn How, Howel, Howard unb Powel 
l^aben ben crflen Jon unb toerben t)au, l^aul, "^au'-iivb 
unb ^aul au^gefvro4)en. Snowden ift beffer fno'=ben. 

SCenn fic|) biefer 2aut in einer unbetonten (£nbfi(be be= 
finbet, fo \)at ex immer ben jtoeiten Jon: borrow, bor'^ro, 
fellow, fel'^lo, 3n knowledge ift ba^ o genjiitjnltc^ furj: 



nal'^Ieb^c!^, auf ber ^anjel l^oren toix nod^ jutDeilen n»'- 

leb^cb. 

OY. 

Diefer Saut ifi berfelbe tote oi (eu), er f^ai immer ben 
Slccent. Joy, toy, alloy, b^fc^eu, teu, dl-=leu'. 

UA. 

9ia4) g, q unb s ^at ba3 u ben Jon »on w: antiquate, 
dn'- ti»qu^et)t, persuade, ))i)r^§u^et)b', equal, i'^qUwdl, 
an^geuommen guard, guardian, guarantee, piquant, 
garb', gar'»bt^dn, gdr=rdn-tie', pit^'Unt, unb bie ba»on 
abgelciteten SBiirter. 

UE. 

SBenn biefc Sui^flaben eine ©ilbe bilbcn, in tueld^tr 
man beibe ilaute \)oxt, fo ^aben pe ben Jon »on we, uJ 
(u Je), Sjorjitglic!^ naU) q unb s : mansuetude, man''=fuj« 
tiub, consequence, fan'=§t=qu^en^, conquest, fan'^qu^eft', 
in conquer iebo(| uerliert er ba^ u unb tvirb fan'=fijr 
au^gefprodjen. 

2tm Snbe uon 2Bi)rtern Hingt eg trie u, t„ul)', unb oo, 
ut), alg in clue, Hut), cue, fi^ut)', due, bi^ut)', ensue, 
en-^t^ut)', imbue, im-bi^u^', ague, a'=gi„u^. 

3n ctnigen "^ijrtern ift iai u ftumm, unb man l)brt 
nur bag e, teii in guess, gf^, guest, geft, guerdon, gerr'- 
bijn, tco bag u nur baju bient, um bem g ben ^axttn Jon 
ju ucrlciljen. 

3n SBiJrtcrn, bie fi* auf gue unb que cnbigen, ftnb 
beibe Sucbftaben jtumm, unb bag q tcirb toie k auggefpro- 
c|en: antique, dn-tief, oblique, o^bleif, o^blief, league, 

9Iud^ in ogue ifi bag ue jlumm, unb bag o furj, atgj 
pedagogue, t)eb'=bd«gag, demagogue, bem'-=d»gdg, mono- 
logue, man'=o-Idg. 

UI. 

2Benn biefc 33ofaIe beibe auggefproc^jen toerben, ol)ne 
jttjci ©ilben ^u bilben, fo iiabtn fie ben l*aut wi, uJ', alg: 
languid, (dng'=gujb, anguish, dng'-gujf^. 

Dag u ift ftumm, unb bag i lang toit ct, in guide, 
gcib, disguise, bi§-geig', guile, getl, beguile, bi-geiC; 
bag u ift ftumm unb bag i furj in guild, gilti, build, bilb, 
guilt, gilt, guinea, gin'^ni, guitar, git-tar', 

3n juice, suit uub pursuit ift bag i ftumm, unb bag u 
t)«t ben boppelten Ion im, bgc^ji^ul)^', §i„ui)t', piJr'^i^u^t', 
in sluice toie flu^§. 

3u circuit unb biscuit ift bag u ftumm unb mac^t basJ 
c l)art: pr'=fit, big'-fit; conduit toivb «uggcfpro4)en : 
fijn'»bit. 

3lci6) einem r loirb eg hJie boppcl o (ut)) auggefprcdjen, 
alg: bruise, cruise, fruit, bruit, brui^g, fru^g, fru^t, 
bru|)t. 

UO 

^aben ben Jon Don wo, u^ol), quote, (\m^o% quondam, 
qu„dn'-'bdm. 

UY. 

3n buy unb feincn Slblettungen l^at eg ben Jon Don 
1 (ci), bet. 2Benn ber Slccent nic^t auf biefcn a?ofalen 
liegt, fo lautet eg Wie ee, tcj plaguy, pld'^gie, roguy, 
ro'^gte, colloquy, K\V'\0'(\uJt, 



tloarianlrtoc «:rklarttnc brr fnflltfd)fn .^nsfprad)?. 



LXV 



UOY. 

Dtcfe SBoIal»35crbinbung Ijaben toir nur in bent ®orte 
buoy. SBalfer fagt, man foil bicfe^ SBort bvua^Je au«« 
fprcc^enj man l)ort e^ immcr beu. 

^it iS-vnionantcn* 

B. 

Da« b mu§ rein toit h, nt'c trie p au^gcfproc^en tverbcn, 
man fc^e bie 9Inti?fifung iibcr bte l)artcn unb wctt^en Ibnc. 

B tjl getobbnlfd* jlumm na^ m, in berfelbcn <eilbc, 
lamb, Idm, limb, lint, comb, fof)m ; auc^ ift e« ftumm 
i)or t in berfflben ©ilbe, di : doubt, baut, debt, b«t, u. 
f. ». 3n subtle ift f^ flumm, §ijt'-tl, abcr nidjt in sub- 
tile, §i3b'-til. 3n rhomb \)'6xt man ba« b, rijmb, 
C. 

C »or a, e unb u unb tor jfbem Sonfonanten, h au^ge- 
nommen, lautet wic P, au^ am 5lnfanfl finer Silbe, al« : 
card, farb, cord, fcl)rb, cap, fdp, claim, flt^m, crowd, 
froub, crash, frdfc^, music, mi^u-'-ftrf. 

gjor 86, e, i unb y lautet e<J »ie s, ^, Caesar, §it'-fdr, 
cement, §i-ment', citron, §it^-tr!Jn, cistern, §ig'-toru, 
cynick, §in''-ni(f. 

C ifi jtnmm in Czar, Czarina, fa^r, fdl)'rie'-na, vic- 
tuals, »it'-t'l«, indict, in-beit', arbuscle, ar'-bog-fl, cor- 
puscl, fdl>r-p(if' •['/ muscle, mi)§'-fl. 3n ben italicni- 
f4)en SBortern vermicelli, violoncello flingt ti tote tsh, 
tfd), toer-mi-tfc^el'-li, wi-o-ldn-tf^jeK-lo. 

9?a(^ bem Slccent »or ea, ia, ie, io, ecus lautet ti toie 
Bh, fd), ocean, o^'-fc^iju, social, §o()''-f^dl. 

CH. 

Dtefer X)op|>efconfcnant l^at jtoet lijne, bet eine i|l tsh, 
(tfc^), toie in child, tf4)cilb, chair, tfc^a^r, rich, ritf(^ ; 
ber anbere ift sh (frf)) nad) n unb 1, tote in bench, benf(^, 
french, frenfc^, belch, belfd), filch, ftlfc^i ; ben le^teren 
Ion t)at ti aud) in tielen au? bcm Sranjiififc^en abgeleite- 
ten ®ijrtern, toie in chaise, fdjat?*, chagrin, fc^d^grien', 
champagne, fcbdm-paljn'', machine, md-fc^tien'. 

3n ben SEiJrtern, bie aud bem i'atcinifdjen unb ®rifd)i» 
f(^cn ab(tammcn, wirb e^ meiftenS wie k au^gefprCc^en, wic 
in chaos, fa'-a^, character, fdr'-acf-tijr, chasm, fd^m, 
»or r ^at ti immer ben ion oon f, Christ, freift. Christ- 
ian, f rift'- j on. 51u«nat)men: charity, tfc^dr'-i-tie, 
archer, ar'-tfc^ijr, archery, ar'-tf(^ij»rt. 

aBenn fin ani bem ®riecbifcbcn abgeleitcte^ SBort, mtt 
arch anfangt unb bifff« C>aupt bfbfutet, fo toirb ti »or 
eintm 2?ffal wic ark au^gffproc^cu, J. S. archangel, arf- 
cibn'-b^c^fl, archipelago, ar«fi-Vfr«d-go, architect, ar'- 
fi-tfft. SBfnn ti ahtx tint englifc^c 3ufammfnfe5ung tft, 
fo toirb ti tote artsh (artfc^) au^gffprocben, tote arch-dea- 
con, artfc^-bte'-fbn, archbishop, artfcb-bifc|«'i}p, arch- 
enemy, artfc^-en'-i-mt. SSenn ach fiir ake ftfl)t toirb ti 
tote btefe« au^gefproi^en, head-ach, t)eeb'-al)f. 3n sche- 
dule, chism unb yacht i(t ti ftumm, §fb'-jul)t, §tfm, jat, 
auc^ in drachm, brdm ; aber in drachma lautft ti toie 
k, brdr-md. 

D. 

Oat bfnfflbfn ?aut »if tai beutfc^f b. 3n bfr gnbjilbe 
be* 3mpfrffctum« unb be^ Bergangeneit ^articipium^ ser* 



toanbclt ftc^ tai d in t, wcnn etn tiarter Sonfonant »cvl)er- 
get)t unb tai e toirb ftumm. StuflFed, tripped, cracked, 
passed werben au^^gcfprcc^en ftiifi, tript, frdrft, paj^. ®cl)t 
aber fin toci^cr Sonfonant sorter, fo bel)alt bag d fcinctt 
tofic^cn Ion, baei e toirb abtr aud^ ftumm, j. S. drubbed, 
pegged, lived, brbbb, pcgb, li»b. 9lur ttcnn t obfr d 
oor^frgf^)t, toirb iai e ni^t au^gclaffen, limited, Hm'»tt- 
trt>, fated, fci'^tcb, aided, a'-beb. 

Blessed, cursed, winged, learned tocrben in Jtoet ®ll- 
ben au^gefprodjen, wenn 3lbjectt»e, in einer, toenn yarttci- 
pia cber 3mperfccta. 

5?or ie, io, ia unb eon nac^ bcm Slcccnt, \)at d ben Ion 
son j Cb^^), soldier, gc^l'-bsJclier, grandeur, grdn'-biJc^iJr. 
F. 

F lautet ganj tote fm Deutfc^cn. 3n of toirb ti [ok xo 
au^gefprcc^cn, ato ; in 3«fiJnimcnff0««9«n W ^^ !""«« 
natiirlic^en Xoit, whereof, l)u^«^r-af'. 

G. 

G fo wie C fjat jtoet »erf^tcbene liine. 95or a, o, u, I 

unb r ift ti l)art unb ^at ben Ion toie in bem Sffiorte gutj 
game, Qii[)m, gone, gan, gull, gijl, glory, glol)'»rif, grand, 
grditb. Dit etnjigc ?lugnat)mc finben toir in gaol, toel- 
(i)ti SlBort jc^t gcwiJl)nlic^ jail gefdjriebcn Wirb. 

ajor e unb i ift g ju toctlcn weic(), jutoctlen t)art. 3»t 
SBiJrtern, bie a\ii bcm @riec^if(i^fn, ^atcinifcbcn unb ^r'lti' 
jijfifdien abftammcn, ift ti mciftentl)eil3 weid), aber in ben 
angclfatbfifdien ift e^ gfwi3l)nli(^ l)art. 3n jcnen t)at ti 
ben tocid)cn Ion »on tfil), ben ic^ mit beit) bejeid^nct tiabe 
unb ber ganj mit bent cnglifc^ien j iibcreinftimmt. 

G ift ^art »or e in gear, gat)r, geek, gccf, geld, gclb, 
gelding, gel'-btng, get, get, gew-gaw, gt„u'»galj, shagged, 
snagged, ragged, wagged, scragged, dogged, dagger, 
swagger, stagger, trigger, dogger, pettifogger, tiger, 
augur, eager, meager, anger, finger, linger, conger, 
longer, stronger, younger, longest, strongest, youngest, 
forget, target, together. 

G ifl \)(itt »or i in gibbe, gib, gibcat, gtb'-fdt, gibber- 
ish, gib'«=bijr-ifc^, gibbons, giddy, gift, gig, giggle 
(gig'-O/ gigglet, gild, gill (Jliefer), gimlet, gimp, gird, 
girdle, girl, girth, gizzard, begin, give, forgive, biggin, 
piggin, noggin, druggist, waggish, riggish, hoggish, 
doggish, sluggish, rigging, digging, u. f. to. 

G »or y ift gctoi)t)nlic^ toetc^ in SDSiJrtern au^ ben ge- 
Ifljrten ©pracbcn, toie in elegy, cr^i^t^d^ie, apology, 
d-=pal'-lo«b«d)ie. 3«t ben angclfac^fifd^en SlbjectiBcn, tie 
in ggy au^ge^en, if^ ti Ijart, toie spriggy, fprig'=gi, fog- 
gy, fdg''»gi, muggy, mijg'-gi ; in gyve ift ti weic^, bec^eiro. 

G ift ftumm »or h, »or m in unaccentuirtcn Subfilben, 
fowte audf) in phlegm, (nid^t in beffen 5lbleituugen). 

GH. 

SBenn ti au^gefprodbcn wirb, lautet ti toie 5 in gut, in 
ghost, go^ft, aghast, d^gdft'', gherkin, gijr'«fin, burgh, 
bijrg. 

5Dcnn btefe 93ud^ftaben am Snbf fte^cn, fo btcten fie bie 
grij^tcn Unrcgelma§tgfc{tcn in ber ©prac^e bar. ®tc finb 
ftumm in high, Ijei, nigh, net, thigh, Ziti, neigh, nat), 
weigh, u_af), inveigh, in-Wat)'', bough, bau, dough, bo, 
though, ^0, although, dt)l-^o^', clough, flau, plough, 



ttiiUftantitflf «;rhlaruitfl ber fnfiltfd)fn J\usf}jrad)f. 



LXVl 

furlough, fcr'«Io, slough (9J?orrtft), flau, through, l^rut), 
throughout, l2ru=aut', thorough, Z(Or'=ro, borough, 
bar'^ro, usquebaugh, cp-fu.i'ba'. 

Dft n>£rt>cn [ie wie f ausgefpro^en, j. SB. in laugh, 
laaf, laughter, Iaaf=tbr, cough, faf, chough, tfajbf, 
clough (ciu Sltjug tm ®cwict)t) flaf, slough (Salg) I'liJf, 
enough, t^niif, rough, riif, tough, tlif, trough, traf. 

3u»et!en \)at cfi ten 2;on »onck, toit in hough, shougt, 
lough, ^cf, fc^arf, lacf . 

GHT. 

Gh tjt in biefen enbuugen tmmcr ftumm, ictc fight, fet't, 

night, neit, fought, fa^t ; draught aHein ioirb je^t'ge- 

n>bt)nH(| Jvte draft, (brdft) au^gefproti^en uub auc^ ge^ 

fcbiicbeit. 

GN. 

Sim 9Infange etncg 9Borte3 tmmcr ftumm, tote tn gnaw, 
tidt), gnash, iid[(^, gnat, ttdt, guarl, narl, gnomon, no^= 
mijlt, gnomonicks, nO'tltatt'^'tcf^. 

Stm @nbc etne^ SDortc^ ift biefe Sonfonaitt«aScrbtnbung 
eitt t»at)rer ^aitfat^fel itntcr ben Drtt^oeptfteit ; it^ glaube, 
am cinfadjftcn ift, 2Ba(fer ju folgen, g ftumm unb ben »or= 
|)ergel)cnben 3Sofal lang ju mac^en, al^: sign, §etn, re- 
sign, rt=fetn', itnb aUt mtt sign jufammengefc^ten 2Bbr= 
ter: malign, indign, condign, impugn, tm=|)Lul)n'', auc^ 
in campaign, fdm»pa()n', feign, fat)n, reign, roi^n, deign, 
bci^n, aud; We Stblcitungcn biefer SSlJrter, nur miiffen bie 
Slbleitung«3filben nidtt al, ant, ative, ature unb ity fein, 
tn tDeI(|em ^aUc hit beiben 23uc|ftaben getrennt tverben, 
Wie J. 58. in signal, §tg'=ndt, malignant, md^ltg'^ndnt. 

3n bagnio unb seignior tvirb bag gn l»ie n-y (tt=j) 
au«gefprod;en: ban'^jo, §ien'=jbr. 

3n ben SBcrtern seraglio, intaglio unb oglio lautet bag 
gl»iel-yCH)* ^i'X&V40f in^tdl'-jo, o^V^o, 

H. 

Diefer Sui^jtabe lautet ganj toie tm iDeutfd^en, nur ba§ 
er jutveilen nii^t auSgcfprodjen tt)irb. Sr ift ftumm in 
heir, 'Ji|)r, heiress, a\)xt^, honest, an''»neft, honesty, 
honor, honorable, herb, herbage, hospital, hostler, hour, 
humble, humor, humorous, humorsome. 

^aij) r ijt h immer ftumm, tv)ie in rhetorick, ret'otO'iicf, 
rhapsody, rdp'^fo-bi, u. f. tt). 

H am Snbe na^ einem 33ofal tjt auc^ ftumm, ah! hah! 
oh! foh! sirrah, Messiah, a^, ^ci)), 0^, p\), §dt'-rd, me§» 
^ei'»d. 

SBenn biefer Su^ftabc nac^ w jtc^t, fo foClte bag h tor 
bem w auggefproc^cn hjerben, j. 58, in -where, Iju^cibr', 
■when, ^u^en', what, Iju^at'; biefeg tpirb feljr oft »ernac|)= 
lafftgt, unb toir '^cren ijfter u„at)r, u^cn unb Us-at. 

J. 

!iDiefer SBuc^ftabe ttjirb tote ein toeic^eg g auggefprod^en ; 
tm I)eutfc(>en l)aben toir ben STon eigentlidj nic|t, eg ift bcr 
toetc^e 2:cn son tfit) in itantfdjul) ober bag dj in bent fran- 
^bftfc^en SBorte adjutant. ^Un fprccbe bag SDort ^anb' 
f(i)u^ fel)r langfam aug, inbem man bei bfct) ben Sitbcm 
ftarf anjiel)t. Jam, bg(^dm, James, bgc^atjmg, jealous, 
bgt^el'-lijg, jelly, bg^d'^Ii. Sg gibt nur eine 9iugnal)me 
tn bem SBorte hallelujah, too eg toie ein beutfc^eg j ober 
englif^eg y auggefpro4)en wirb : ^dUli'lu'»ja., 



K. 

®anj toie ein beutf^cg F. 
•• 8Sor n ift eg ftumm, toie in knee, nie, kneel, niel, knack, 
ndcf, knight, neit, know, no. 
L. 

SBie ein beutfc|eg I. @g ift ftumm in almond, a'-mbnb, 
calf, faaf, half, tjaaf, calve, faato, falcon, fat)'fn (fa^)!'* 
fn), folk fo^f, yolk, jo^f, fusil, fi^u-fte', halser, ^al/=pr, 
malmsey, mdm^=fi, salmon, ^a'«mbn, salve, ^aato. 

L ift ftumm jtoif^en a unb k in berfelben (Silbc, toie 
balk, bd|)f, chalk, tfc|)a|)f, talk, ta\)t, stalk, fial)f, walk, 
uM)t, 

L toirb nidit auggef))roc()en jtoifc^en a unb m in ber fetben 
©ilbe, t»ie in alms,' aamg, balm, baam, calm, palm, 
psalm, §aam, qualm unb shalm. SBcnn bag 1 unb m abet 
getrennt toerben, fo toerben beibe auggcfprod^en: psalmist, 
gdr=mif^, psalmody, §dl'»mo=bie, palmistry, pdl'=mig» 
trie, aber in balmy unb palmy, too bag y ein angclfac|- 
fifdjcg Slnbcingfel if>, bleibt bag 1 ftumm. %nii) in calmer, 
calmest, bleibt bag 1 ftumm. 3n salver (^rafentirtcUer), 
gdl'-tobr, toirb eg auggefprod}en. 3n would, should itnb 
could ift eg ftumm: U-,ub', fd)ub, hib. 

3n ber Snbfilbe ble, toeld)eg sorjiiglic^ in, aug bem gran- 
jbftfd)en abgclcitcten SBcrtevu «orf.ommt, wedjfeln e unb 1 
bie ^loit^e, unb eg toirb bel baraug, ober toenn "ber SIccent 
auf ber oorle^ten @ilbe ift, oertoaniielt eg fic^ in bl. Able, 
a'-bl, cable, fci'-bl, trifle, trei'»f[, syllable, gil'=Id4l ober 
^iK.ld=bbl, receivable, ri-^ie^'tod^l cber ri'§ie'=tod=boIt 

M. 

SBirb toie im 2)cutfc^cn auggefprcd^en. ^nx in bem 
2Borte comptroller lautet eg tcie n: fan^tro'^'-lbr, 

N. 

3m Slffgemcinen bnt bag n benfelben Slon toie im ©eut- 
fd)en; Por k unb g toirb' eg faft jum 5^afenlaut, unb in 
aOurjeltobrtern, toenn ber 5lccent auf ber ©ilbe liegt, toirb 
ber £aut beg g'g unb k'g oerboppelt, ober pielmel)r k per- 
wanbcit fi(| in gk (ba bag f)arte c bem k glcic^ ift unb x 
fiir ks fte()t, fo baben biefe 58ud)ftaben biefelbe SBirfung 
auf bag *). SBenn ber Slccent nic^t auf biefer ©ilbe ift, 
fo l;at bag n feinen natiirlidien Jon. 3n concoct |)at bag 
n feinen retnen £aut fan-fdcft', aber in concord, fang'- 
fdljrb* ^)iJren toir ein toetd^eg k ober g in bcr erften ©ilbe, 
5Bir I)brcn .biefen boppclten Saut tn anger, dng^'flijr, 
angle, dng'^gl, finger, fing'=gbr, languish, Idng'^gujfc^, 
u. f. to. SBcnn bag 5Bort aber ein abgclcitctcg ift, fo toirb 
bag g ober k nid)t Dcrboppelt, fonbcrn nur cinmal in ber 
(Stammfilbc ge^brt. SBie f^on oben crtoaljut, Ijbren toir 
in finger jtoei g, aber in singer, §ing'»br, nur eing, ebenfo 
in singing, ging'^iug. 3n stringy t)bren toir nur ein g : 
firing' -ic. 

3n ben Somparatiuen unb ©upcrlatiacn bcr (Sigcnfdjaftg- 
tobrtcr strong, long, young I)bren toir jebod) beutlic^ bag 
boppelte g: ftrang'»gbr, lang'-gbr, jdng'-gbr. 

n ift ^umm am Snbe einer @ilbe nad; 1 ober m, toie in 
kiln, til, hymn, l)imm, limn, Hmm, solemn, §dF-em, 
autumn, d^^'tbm, condemn, fan^bcmm', 
P. 

®anj toie im I;eutfc|cn. 



tJoUftunbiflc Crhlaruiig t(cr enflli|'d)fn ^U5f})rttfl)e. 



LXVII 



(£3 iff ilumttt im Slnfftttgc toor s unb t: psalm, gaam, 
psalmist, ^aaV'mi]t, psalter, §df)l'-tor, ptisan, H«»fdn''. 

3n ber 2}?ttte son SBifrtern, jtrifci^cn m unb t, toie in 
empty, em'-ti, sempstress, gem'-ftrtp, unb in raspberry, 

3n cupboard Iflutct ti tote bs fi)b'-=bol()rb. 2lu4) in 
finer Gnbftlbe jtoifd^en m unb t ift ti fiumm, tote in at- 
tempt, dt-tcmt', exemp^, cg5«emt'; in receipt, ri-§iet', 
unb in corps (Sorpg) finb p unb s ftumm, toie im gran- 
jijfi|'c(>en, fotir. 

PH. 

Tiefer "Ccpvelconfonant lautet tote f: philosophy, 
fi'Idg'Ȥi>.fie, phantom, fdn'-tijm. 3n nephew unb 
Stephen ftirb c« toie v (to) nui?<if fprcc^cn : ncto'«toLul), 
ftie'-toon. 3n diphthong unb triphthons; ift bad h flumm 
unb nur bad p toirb audge fproc^cn : btp'-Ztdng, trip'-Ziing, 
aut^ in naphtha, oplithulmick u. f. to. 3n apophthegm, 
flp'-o-2{fni, finb bribe 58ucbfta-ben ftiimm, ebenfe in phthisis, 
phthisic, phthisiical, iceldje Ui'-^i^, ti^'-tid, tid^-fitf-dl 
audgefproc^fn toerben. 3n bcm SBorte sapphire »ertoan- 
bfU iidf erjte p in f: |df'*f»r. 

Q. 

Q fomntt nur vereint mtt u uor unb fiingt bann toie in 
btm beutfdjen ffiorte Cuefle, quill, quil, queen, <juten, 
queer, queer, quarrel, qual)rl. 

3n uielen franji>r<f*en SSifrtern l^at bad qu jcbo^ ben 
£aut von f. Coquet, fo==fet', etiquette, et'-i-fet, antique, 
du-tiff, opaque, t-pa\)t', burlesque, biJr^Ieff'; critique, 
«m ti »on critick, frit'-icf, ju unterfdjeiben, toirb fri-tief'' 
audgcfproclien. 

R. 

R lautet im Slnfangc etner Silbe cben fc toie im X'eut- 
fc^en, nur mii§ ed rein audocfprecben tocrbtn. 2tm Snbe 
eiued SSortcd ober sjor eincm jur namlii^en Stlbe gel>i?ri' 
(jen Sonfonanten ifl ed [etjr wdii), oft faum l^iirbar, far, 
hard, flingt fajl toie faa, I>aab. 

3n finer unaccentuirten (Snbfitbe toedbfeln bie Suc^fiabcn 
re il)re ^laPf, tote in acre, a'-fiJr, subre, §a'''>bb'r, nitre, 
nei'-tbr. Slud) in apron unb children l)abetf toir einc 
abnitcte 3?erfefung, man fagt flC'piJrn, tfc^ir«bi>rn ; aucl> 
Ijiirt man oft hundred, l)bn''-bert, saffron, gdf'»fDrn, 
citron, ^if.tijrn, aber biefe leftcrn foflteit me^r aid S^lge 
eincr 93ernacl)Io|'jigung , benn aid 5Iudnat)men angefeljen 
toerben. 

S. 

S {)at jtoet -t^aupttone ; ber e I'nc ift ba^ f^arfe f obcr $, 
rei§en, bad antcre i(t bad weicic f in reifen, fo ; bcim erjle* 
ten toirb ber Sltl^cm beraudgcftojjcn, beim jtoeitcn angejo^ 
gen ober jjerfc^luift. iCcn fc^arfen Xon l)bren toir in so, 
§0, sin, gin, this, ^i§ ♦, ben wcic^cn Xon in is, ii, his, 
^id, was, u„at)d. 

S ^at ben fc^arfen Ion im Slnfange eined SBorted, tote 
in soon, gubn, sin, §in ;■ toeun f, k, p ober t Bor{)ergel)t, 
toie scoffs, )'fvtf§, blocks, b(abf§, hips, l)ipg, pits, pit§, 
ober toenn nac^ obigcn Sudjftaben ein ftummcd e fte^t unb 
bann ein s folgt, toie in strifes, ftrcif§, flakes, fla^fg, 
pipes, ,pti\)^, mites, meit§. Slur}, ed liegt too|)l in ber 



9?atur ber Saclif, ba§ man naiS) bicfcn l^arten S8ud;ftaben 
fein tocicbed s auefpre^en fann. 

Sift fc^arf am Sitbc ber etnfilbioien SSiJrter, yes, this, 
us, thus, gas ; unb am Snbe son jtoet= ober mebrfilbigcn 
2Bbrtern, rocnn irgenb ein SJofal, audgenommen e »orl)cr» 
Qt\)t. 3n bias, bci'-d§, Atlas, dt'-ldg, basis, ba'-gi§, 
chorus, fo'=rb§, ift bad s i^axt, in prices, prei'-ged, i^ ed 
jeboc^ toeid(), toeil e Porl)ergcl)et. 

5?a^ biefer 9iegel toerben atte 2Bi)rtcr, bie auf ous aud- 
gel^en unb bie fet)r jat)!rei(^ ftnb, fd^arf audgcfproc|en, j. 53. 
pious, pci^-i<g, odious, ol)'-bLo§. 9luc|) aHe bcppcl 3 
baben ben fc^arfen Ion, audgenommen dissolve, bid'- 
dal to, possess, pod=dcg', unb bcrcu Bwf'intmfnfc^ungen; 
scissors, §id^-di)rd, hussy, l)ijd'-dt, huss.r, l)jjd-dar'. 

3tt ber 33orfiIbe dis, »enn fte enttoeber ben $au|3t« ober 
Sfcbcnacccnt l)at, ift bad s immcr fd;arf, disso'.utc, bi§'» 
po«lul)t, disagree, bi^d-grie' ; wo dis ben 9( inaicent 
bat. 2Bcnn ber Slcc -it auf ber jwcitcn @ilbc licgt, fo \).\t 
bad s enttoeber ben tjarteu obcr toftcljen lont ben l)artett 
Ion l)at ed, menu ein (garter Sonfonant folgt, discard, 
bip-farb', disturb, bi§«tijrb', dismount, bt§»maunt^ ; ben 
tocidjen Ion l)at ed, tocnn ein iOofal ober toetdjcr Sonfo- 
nant folgt, toie in disable, bid-a'=bl, dishonor, btd-an'» 
nijr, disdain, bid-biiljn', disband, bid-bdub'. 

3n ber SSorfilbe mis ifl bad s ol)ne Sludna^me fc^arf,. 
misaim, mi§-a^m', misapply, mig-dp-(j(ei^, misprize, 
mig-prete''. 

Slbjectiije, bie ftd) auf se, aive, sory, some enbigen, l^a- 
ben bad s fi^arf, base, bat)g, precise, pri-§et§', verbose, 
tobr-bo^§ , profuse, pro«fLul)§'; persuasive, })i)r-§u„a« 
§iw, incisive, in-get^gitri', exclusive, cdd-tlu-gtto •, per- 
suasory, pbr-ptU^a'=§o«rte, derisory, bi=rct-§ijr'»ie ; 
troublesome, tro'-bUgiJm. 5ludnat)men: wise, u^etd, 
otherwise, o'»Ztor-it^cid, these, Z(tcd, those, ^loljd, ro- 
sary, ro'=fd»ric, misery, mid^^fijr'^rie. 

Tiai s in ber Snbung osity, generosity, bddpcn»br=o§'- 
i^^tie. 

Se nafS) 1, n unb r, pulse, jjjitg, dense, bcn§, verse, 
n?ijr§, adverse, db-toijr§'', audgenommen cleanse, fiend. 

9fad) ber SSorfilbe re, toenn biefe toteber bcbeutet, re- 
sign, toiebcr unterjcic^nen, rie-§cin'. 

9?a(^ pre unb pro ifi td ^art, tote in presage, jsreg'- 
§a^bd4>, prosecute, )jrDg''§t=ft„ut)t. ?ludnaf)mfn : pres- 
ence, J^red'»feng, president, presidency, presume, pre- 
sumptive, presumption. SBenn bad pre nur aid 2?or- 
filbe »or einem 2Borte gebrauc^t toirb, toclcfjed unabbangtg 
bason eine 23ebcutung t)at, fo ift bad s immer fc|)arf, pre- 
suppose,>))ri'=gijp=pol)d." 
S \)at ben toeid^cn Ion : 

®Ieic^ nad^ ben toeici^cn jlummen Sonfonanten b, d, g 
(in good) obcr v, tote ribs, heads, rags, sieves, ribd, 
l)cebd, rdgd, gitod. 

SJBcnn ed jufammen mtt e im plural obcr in ber 
britten ^^erfon ^refend etne befonbere Stibc bilbet, riches, 
rit^-fcl;cd, af^■ses, a^'-§ee, boxes, boif'»§ed, he pitches, 
pit'-fd)ed, prises, prei'-fed. 

aOenn ed nacji einem pffigcn Sonfonanten ftc(;t, mo- 
rals, mar'»rdld, hers, |)ijrd; auc^ toenn ed »or einem 



Lxvrn 



tJadftiintJige CfJrklarunjj Irt-r fttGltfdjen ^litsfpradje. 



pfpgen Sonfonatttfti ftefjt, prism, |3ri«m, chasm, U€m, 
enthusiasm, en-2tu'»[t=a0m. 

3n ber 93orftlbe dis, ttenn unacccntm'rt, wor ctncm 33o« 
fal, einem weic^cn ftummen cber fltegenfcen Sonfonanten, 
toie f(|ott Borl)er unter bem ()arten S erwa^nt, disable, bt0« 
ci'-bl, dislodge, bt5-Iab^(^'. 

3n ben eiitfilbtgcn SBiirtem as, is, his, was, these, 
those, unb tm plural ber 2Borter, bte auf etnen SSoFd 
obfr etnen son etnem e begleitcten ??pfal au^gc{)cn, operas," 
^p'^ptt'tAi, shoes, fc^uf)^, aloes, dl'=o{)^, ways, u^at)^', 
news, nLu^^'. 

3n einigen 3cttn)ortcrn tt>trb ba^ se jote Weic|)e6 s ou^=' 
gcfproc^en, um e^ son ben eben fo ge|'4>rteb«nen ^mpttoox' 
tern ju unterf^etben: 

^aupttoorter. 3f'tworter» 

grease, gne§, grte^. 

close, flD()g, . flo3« 

house, bau§. !^au«. 

louse, lau§» lau^. 

abuse, d-bLu^f'. &'bL}x^i\ 

mouse, mau§. ntau^. 

excuse, idi'fLnW* ecfg'fLut)^'. 

refuse, ref'«i«|§, rt-Mt)^'» 

use, !«{)§, jnf}S. 

premise, ^jrem'-tf, pxi'VXiit', 

3n sy unb sey am Snbe ber SBorter tjt s »vefc^, tocnn 
etn unaccentuirter 33ofal »orl)crge:^t, easy, i'e'-ft, greasy, 
grie'^fi, noisy, neu'^ft ; tocnn ber Slccent auf ber t)or=Bor» 
Ic^ten <Bilhi Itegt, tft eg l^art, heresy, l|)cr'=t=§te, poesy, 
)^D'-tȤte, tcenn ein flitffiger Sonfonant oort)erget)t unb ber 
5Iccent auf ber Dorlc^ten @tlbe t(t, fo tft baiS s ttjetc^, »te 
tn palsy, V«^l''ft, flimsy, flim'=p, clumsy, flbm'=ft. 3n 
pursy tfl bag s ^art, |Jor'=gi. 

Sible t)at baS s wcic^, h)enn ein 3Scfal ijor^ergc^t, visible, 
Voii'4'U, risible, ri^'=i=bl; toenn aber etn pffiger'Son- 
fonant »or^ergc^t, fo tji e6 l)art, sensible, gen'''§t=bl, re- 
sponsible, ri=fpau'=f?i=bl. 

Ise tjt tretd^, mi't 5lu^naf)me ber corner ern)af)nten Sib- 
jjecttse unb et'ntger Subjlanttse, tctc paradise, p&x^'d'hti^, 
anise, dn'-nt§, grise, grei§, verdigrise, wer'-bi-gvief, 
mortise, travise. 

Sal unb sel nac^ einem 23ofal ftnb tueic^: nasal, n&^' 
fdl, proposal, ^)ro-i5o'=fdl, nacfe einem Sonfonanten ift 
bag s ))axtt universal, ju=nt='n)i3r''-gdt. 

3n sQu, sen unb sin ijt bag s toei(^: reason, rie'*fon, 
chosen, tfd)o''fen, cousin, foe'^fn. 3lugna^men: mason, 
Tna''-§i3n, bason, ba'=§iin, garrison, caparison, compar- 
ison, pardon, person. 

9iac| re \)at eg faji immer ben weidien 3:ou, resemble, 
rt'fem''=He, reseat, ti=fent^, resist, ri^fift''. 5Benn bag 
re toiebet bebeutet unb bag SBort oi)ne bag re etne Sebeu» 
tung "^at, fo ift bag s I)art; in resign (reftgniren),^rt»fein', 
tft bag s toetd), aber in resign (toteber unterjci(|nen), ri» 
f etn', tft eg ^art. 

S l)at ben Saut con SH ober ZH, bag ^etgtt »on fd) 
l^art ober srt) mi^, S Ijat ben fd)arfen Saut ijon ftt bor 
finer 2?ofal»erbinbung, too ber erfle Saut i ift, a(fo and) 
toor n, toenn ber SIccent auf ber borgefjenben <5i!be ift, 
ttber bor ion unb u nur banu; wenn ein pffiger Sonfonant 



ober etn anbereg s bem s sorangetjt. Persian, jjb'r'-fd^i^drt, 
nauseate, nd{)''»fc^i„al>t, expulsion, ecfg=pi)r=fc^on, pres- 
sure, )3refi^'»fdjijr. 

@g i)cit ben l^atten Saut in sure, ^vi\)x, unb sugar, 
fc^ug''<=ijr, unb ben ba»on abgeleitetcn SBiirtern. 

5)en toei(^en S^on zh (gc^) l^at bag s in ber (Silbe sion 
unb »or u, ivenn ber Slccent auf ber bovl)erge{)enben ®ilbe 
rul)t unb ein 23ofal bicfelbe fc^Hcf t, toie in pleasure, ijlegt^''- 
ox, treasure, trcgc^''*iir, measure, mcg{|''-ijr, evasion, 
i»toa''''gc^bn. 

Asia toirb ijon (Sintgen regelmagig a'=gc^Ld, Bon Sltt- 
bern a'=fct)i^d auggef|jro(^en. 

S ift ftumm in ben folgenben SBiJrtern : isle, eil, island, 

ei'»Idub, aisle, eil, demesne, bi^mal^n', puisne, piai^-nt, 

viscount, wei''=faunt. 3n mel^reren franjijfifc^en SBiJrtern, 

bie ncd^ il)re Driginal=2lugfprac|>c be^alten ^aben, toie 

sous, §ul), vis-a-vis, toie^gd^toie', unb corps, too beibe 

23uc^ftaben ps ftumm finb, unb toeldljeg fol^r auggef))roc^ett 

toirb» 

SC 

»or a, 0, u, 1 unb r lautet tote ffj scandal, ffdn'-bdl, 
scorn, ffd|)rn, scull, ffiil, scroll, ffro^l. 

33or e, i unb y tote ^t scene, Jien, science, fein'-eng. 
2lugna{)men: sceleton, ffel'=li-tijn, sceptic, ffc))'''ticf, 
scirrhus, ffir'-rb§. 

9Sor e unb i, toenn ein anberer SSofal folgt unb bie Bor- 
get)enbe ©ilbe betont tjt, toie in conscience, fan'»f^iJn§, 
conscious, fan'-f4)i)g» " 

SCH. 

3n eschew unb escheat toie 6tfit)J eg-tfcfitt', e8»tf4)iet'« 

SH. 

Sh toirb ganj toie bag beutf^e fcf) auggef)3ro^en : shield, 
f^ielb, mash, mdfc^. 9?ur in cuish toirb eg toif s aug- 
gefproclen: fuJ§5 beffer ift eg, man fc^reibt biefeg SBort 
cuisse. 

T, 

T I)at benfelben ?aut toie im !Deutfc^cn. 

25or bem gcbrangten £aut e ober i, unb toenn ber 3lc- 
cent auf einer ber Borijergcl^enben ©ilben ift, uertoanbelt eg 
fi^ in tf(^: nature, na'-tfc^ur (tfci^iJr), fortune, fd^r'- 
tfchun (tfc|)cn), creature, frie'»tfc^ur (frte-tfcl)ijr). 

SCor i, toorauf no(^ ein anberer U3ofaI folgt, toie fct), toie 
in nation, nci'^fc^bn, patient, J)a''-f(^ent, militia, mil- 
lifcli'^d.' 

9Benn ber Slcccnt auf ber ©tlbe rut)t, tooju bag t QtYoxt, 
fo bet)a(t eg fetod) feinen natitrli(^en Jon, j. 33. in satiety, 
§d«tei'«i=ti, toatjreitb eg in satiate, fa'«f^ie»a^t, fic^ in 
fit serwanbelt. 

3n ben 5lb(eitunggtobrtern ber 3Eitt»ortcf «ni' (Sigen- 
fcbaftgtoiirter bebalt eg jlebod^ feinen natiirltd^en S^on, toie 
in mightier, mei'»ti=ijr, pitiest, |3it'=ti«eft. 

T tft ftumm in ben folgenben SBbrtern : bankruptcy, 
bdnF=riJp=5ie, billet-doux, bil-la=bii^^ chestnut, tfc|)eg'- 
nbt, Christmas, fri§'=md§, mistletoe, mig''«'gl»t0, mort- 
gage, mdl)r'=gat)bg^, ostler, ag''=lbr, ragout, xci'QiiY, 
trait, tra, waistcoat, toeg'^fat, in einigen franjcftft^en 
aBiJrtern, bie nc^ i\)xe frembc 2;rac^t ntd^t abgelegt l)aben, 
fo toie auc|) nad^ s in ben ©nbungen tie unb ten : listen, 
Ii§'-§'n, whistle, uig'«gl. (^luggenommen finb bursten, 



tlattflanbtge «:rhltirMng "Utt fnglifffjfn ^iisfi^radfe. 



LXTX 



I)?r''=il'it unb pestle, pcg'=tl.) 3n often unb soften ifl 
e« (tumm: df'-feti, gaf''»fn. 

TH. 

SBte fc^on »orf)cr erflart worbcn tjl, l)at bae th jttci 
%ont (tcit t unb b), cinen bnrtm unb eincn tceid^en; ben 
))axttn len bejct^ncn totr unit ^, ben iucic^cn mit 9. 

di ift ^art am 5tnfange etnc3 2Bertc^: thank, think, 
Zldnf, 2(tnf. 3lu^genommen in this, :^i^, that, Jgdt, than, 
:^dn, the, thee, their, them, then, thence, there, these, 
they, thine, thither, those, thou, though, thus, thy unb 

S« tjt i)axt am Snbe, toie in death, breath, be^t, trcZ(, 
au^genommen beneath, bt^nie^' (biefc«/ijt jtceifclbaft), 
booth, bubW, «n^ ^'f 3<='f»<"fter, bie eigentlic^ ein flumntc^ 
e am (Snbe t>aben fotlten, wit to wreath, rie^, loath, 
lob^, uncloath, ijn-flofi^^ seeth, §tc^, smooth, §mul)^, 
sooth, §u9, mouth, mau^. 

S« tji ^art tn ber ^itte son ©Brtern, toenn etn Sonfo- 
itant ijortierget)! ober folgt, »te in panther, jjdn'-^ior, 
orthodox, af^x^-^iiO-Ud^, orthoepy, atir-Zio'J'tie, ath- 
wart, d-2iu.at)rK, auSgenemmen : brethren, bre^'-ifrn, 
farthing, fat'-^ing, farther, far'-^iJr, northern, nar'« 
^ijrn, worthy, UwiJt^-^fie, burthen, bbt'«^jen (beffer 
burden). 

Th ijt getoiHinliti^ xotidf in SBorttrn, bie rein englifd^ finb, 
jtcifcben jwei SOofalen, h>ic in father, W'0x, feather, 
fe^^'Or, heathen, t)ie''-^?ijn, gather, gd'-^or. 

3n SBiJrtern, bif »on ben alten Sprac^en jlammen: 
apathy, y-p&'^it, sympathy, ^im'-pd-^iie, atheist, 
a^'i{i'i^, plethora, uIeZ('''0«rd, ift e«* geirijhnlid) l)art. 

3utteilen tt>irb Th ttie t au^gefvtccben, wit in Thomas, 

tom''d§, thyme, teim, Thames, tein?, asthma, dfl'-mci, 

phthisis, tet'-^ig, phthisic, tii^-iid, phthisical, ti«'- 

«i.fdU 

V. 

V i(i ber tccic^e Ion Bon f, unb ttsirb fafl gnnji hJie bn« 
beutfdje to au?gefpro(ben, nur mu^ bieUnterlippc ein ttcnig 
gegen bie obern Ba'bne gcbriicft werben. V ift ftumm in 
twelvemonth, tu^eK-ntanZi, sevennigbt, §en^=nit, five- 
pence, fip''»pen§. 

W aUSonfonont. 

Dbglei^ ba« "W in ben ineiften fallen burc^ ein beutfc^ei? 
u mit 3ufammenjiet)ung be^ folgcnben !8ofrtIs5 b«rgeftettt 
werben fann, fo wirb ti boc^ am 5lnfange einer ^scilbe a\i 
Sonfonant betrac^tet. SBenn biefe 3ufammenjict)ung beg 
u'g mit bcm folgenben aSofal fct)r raf* gef^ictjt, fo tsirb 
oudr ein soatommeneg w ^mowjebracfit, nur wcnn ber bem 
w folgente a?ofal ben Ion son 00 (tib) b'^t/ ^nhtn wix 
einige Sct)teierigfeit, intern t)ier bcim Ucbergang eon bem 
rrfien jum jweiten u feine iDeranberung in ber ©tettung 
ter Drgane oorfattt, tocburc^ boc^ eigentlic^ bei ben anbern 
■ S3ofaIen ber Ion beg w'S l)er»ergebradjt »irb. 3n u.ci, 
u_d, u.S, u„o u. f. ». ijt ber Uebtrgang leicbt, in u^u wit 
in bem ®orte to woo, »o man bag 00 alg reincg ub t)ort, 
mu§ man inbe§ ni^t jwei u l)inter einanber aiigf^rfc^ien, 
fonbern bag erfle u etwag me^r tt5ie tt» augfprecben, unge- 
fabr toie bag t» in ©cbttjur. IDiefeg 3ufammentreifen 
Pnbet nur in fet)r wcnigen SEiJrtern jlatt : in to woo unb 



ben ba»on abgcleitcten iBbrtcrn, wo w sor 00 jlcbt, bat 
bag 00 ben ^Jaut uon A (u furj), unb bie ©d^wierigfeit 
fcittt weg, wie in w,ood, u^ub, wool, u-ul u. f. W. 

W ift ftumm «or r, wie in wrack, racf, write, reit, 
wrong, rang, uub Bor h, wenn mit bem lone son ol) 
ober ub ^olqt, wit in who, t)ul), whole, l)ot)L 

9?ocb ifi eg ftumm in sword, got)rb, answer, dn'=§or, 
two, tut), in ben ^Hapc|itioneu toward unb towards, tol^rb, 
tcbrbg, aber in ten Slbjcctitten unb Slbserbien Wirb eg aug* 
gefprod^en, toward, towar^ly, to'^u^ijrb, to''=uJrb=H, auc|» 
in boatswain, bol)' = §n, cockswain, fdf''»§n. 

SBenn w »or einem h ftel)i, fo Wirb bag h juerjl augge- 
fprod)en, ober bag wh uerwanbelt fic^ in hoo (()u), wel^cg 
fc^uell mit bem felgeuben 2?ofal auggefpro(|en werben mu§t 
why, bu.ci', when, bu^en', what, bu^dK, wheel, {)ujel'. 

(£g giebt ijietleic^t fcinc Stcgel ber 2lugfprac|ie, bie fo oft 
iibertrcten wirb, unb bennod^ ift eg eine fel)r nU$lic|)e, ba eg 
oiele SBiJrter giebi, bercn Sebeutung man nur bierburi^ in 
ber 2lugfprac|e untcrfc^ciben fann ; fo tjaben wir j. ^. 
whale, SBatlfif^, wale, 5tnfc()rote unb wail, SBebflage ; 
whey, bie 9>Jolfen, way, ber SBeg; wheal, bie 5iune, 
wheel, bag 9tab, weel, bie 3teufe } to whet, f^arfen, to 
wet, bene^en, u. f. w. 



X. 

SJBirb wie ks ober gz anggefprod&en, bag f)ei§t, eg ift etn 
jufammcngeff^ter Sonfonant, bcffen beibe 5i3eftanbtt)ei(e 
entwcber l;art ober wetc^ fein fonnen unb ber bonfelben dit' ' 
gein wie biefe, folgt. 

eg t)at ben b«rten Ion wie ks (fg), wenn eg am Snbe 
einer accentuirtcn (Eilbc ftct)t, wit exercise, ecf'-9i)r-§eig, 
excellence, ecf''§el=len§, ober wenn ber Slccent auf ber 
folgenben Silbe rubt unb biefe mit einem Sonfonanten an- 
fangt (auggcnommen h), excuse, ecfg^ftul^^', except, 
ccf'gept', expense, ecfg-pen§'. 

gg bdt ben weidjcn Ion gz (gg), wenn ber 9Iccent ni^t 
barauf liegt unb bie folgeube 5ilbe, bie ben Slccent l)at, mit 
einem SJofal anfangt, wie exert, eg-fiirt^ exist, eg-|ift', 
exordium, cgg-al)r'-=bi„bm ; ebeu fo ift e-g, Wenn h folgt, 
exhale, cgg^dbl', exhibit, egg-l)ib^»it. SBenn aber in 
mcl)rfilbigen SIBbrtern ber 5tebenaccent auf ex rubt, fojjl 
biefer Su(i()ftabe fci^arf, wit in exhibition, ed-gi^bifd^'^ijn. 

3n jufammengefe^ten ober abgelciteten SBbrtern, wo bag 
Stammwort fic^ auf x cubigt, bleibt baffelbe jeboc^ f)art, 
wit in taxation, tdrf-§a'-f^bnn, vexation, WCcf^^a'- 
fcbbnn, and) nod) in doxology, borfȤol^-o=^4'ie, proxi- 
mity, prod»9im''-i''tie. 

X wie s nimmt nur ben Ion bon ksh, ffc^ an, wenn ber 
iJlccent auf ber Dorbergcbenbcn ®il6e ru'^t, baber ber Un» 
terfd)ieb jwifdjen luxury, Ibd^-fd)br=ri unb luxurious, 
lbd=ftu^«ri'b§ ; fo aucb in anxious unb anxiety, dnF* 
fc^b§ unb dng-fei'-i'tie. 

Y, Sonfonant. 

®o Wit bag w burc^ 00^ bargeftettt werben fann, ebenfo 
fbnnte man bag y burd^ ee^, it. barftetten unb burt^ bie 
fc^neHe 25erbinbung beffelben mit bem folgenben aSofal 
wiirbe and) l)ier ber Ion beg y ober beg beutf^en j ent- 
flel^en, nur bie SObrtcr, in benen ein langer ee Ion folgt, 
wUrben ©cliwierigfeiten »erurfa(|en unb beweifcn, bag bag 



LXX 



tJoUflantiifiC «!;rhiarunc inr cnglif^fn ^utfptadie. 



y ttivfltd) in btefem gaC fctn rfincr 33ofal t(l. SDenn iviv, tet, intern man ba^ fci;arfe f ober ^ unter Slnjic^ung bf« 



yet mit Let bejeic^neii unb £S5 fc^uell auSfpre^en, inbem 
Jvir bag ct ftarf betonen, fo ^aben twr jet ; in bcm ye 
toiirbc ba^ t„ie, ober in year bag Ui)x' nid^t jic unb jitjr 
l^eruorbringen. ©iS |)at iinmer ben Xon be3 beutfc^en j. 
Z. 
3)a3 englifilte z ifl ber n^eic^e 3^cn bc^ s unb \)at benfel* 
kn Slon teie baS beutfd;e f in [o, reifen. ®S tvirb gebil' 



5ttt)em0 auefpri^t. 

gfi nimmt ben hsei^cn Zon son sh (g{|) an, tcenn e« 
ijor einem Doppeltaut nac| ber accentuirten ®ilb£ fte^t, toie 
in glazier, 0la'»jJcl;br, grazier, gra^^f^or, 

3tt rendez-YOUs i^ ti flumm, unb in mezzotinto toirb 
c5 tvie bag beutf^je 5 ober q auggefproc^en, tnet»xo=tin''-to. 



IS 


.a: 

s 

e 
e 

e 




)o 
)o 


0000000000 
0000000000 


ooge 
ooth 
ooth 


CD 




« 

P 
"1 

a* 

Si 

ro 

e 
4A 

tt 
«■ 

'C 

* 

s 

•S 

■ 

"i 

* 




3 


0<^ 5l-i 
10 


> j^'Ti M Mm N I/- N 

oooooooooo 
oooooooooo 


000 
000 




"S 


_2- 


A^ Cm 


_^M ^^11 AAA 
















2 S oj 

lU <u 


* (E 0) ^ X -=3 


boss's 

cj 53 wj 

a> a> 0) 








01 « 01 






(U (U a> 




e 


:<3 


£ 2 4) 

c« c3 (S 


f» ^ -^ ^ bc S S .2 .2 .1:^ 


OS OS cS 




s 






oooooooooo 



000 


« 








^ &^ ^ 
cj eS ci 


fe+j'd^ bcS M'm'S-2 




■a 7: 3 
'P \?- ^ 

cs ci cj 


c 
.0 






£>->0 M— a -« jO »- <33>i£i'^g;:9','5^^S5 




8 




s 
« 

a- 

« 

§ 




S 3 3 

2 


^ ^ ^ dps 
oo"^°'^oc,^-c-a 


poo 

pAA 


bC 








•r- .- "^ -r- .« .^ .^ 'c 'o '0 


.rt '0 "o 




s 


S.J=£ 


Oo'^°°OOAAA 






» 


§'§§ 


000 

OoOOOoOOOO 

?ooSPr,oo^43,ja 




.°5:2 




« 

s 

u 

n 




^ ^ te 

■=* =* S 




^ ^ ^ 

te cS c3 




-2 


rf S -J 
Ph,0 5w 


- ^ - ass 


d 3 
_p .g ^ 




Q 


Q 


— c 

Oo°°®OO^r=ri5 




A A 


JO 

ft 


s 


•s 


■p,lQ «0 


* 

•T* .rt — •>" --I ._, .^ X — ^ 


■tAA 




.- 


aj 


^ 4) G) OJ 
P-4i'3^ bite N X N 


4-0 


4A 
fcO 




:« 


t^& 




.^5 5 


3 

C! 

s 
5 


@ 




a-Xt M— 


B *. ^ «, '='*='3:S:f -^ 





/a 






*♦ iO 












^ 









© 



0- 




i 


(P ^ ^ c ^A A 
N o: e^ -4-' ^ +^ -*j 
p p p p 3 p p 
0000000 


St- 

2 




s-s-sl-o^s^ 





0000000 


_3 


p 


A * 
^AA'li ^A A 

p p p p p p p 








s «:slf55 




J3- 


CO 

02 

P 


N M N -M TJ -U -U 

p p p p p p p 


a- 

Q 






N w « ci c n OS 
0000000 


Ja- 
va 


00 
OS 


^^ a ^AA 

CQ M N +i '3 -w -tJ 
C4 C3 C5 <S CS 03 OS 




tsc 


;^.:e«§|^» 


a. 
3 
<3 


g-X! 5^^ >■ ^ -73 ^ bo 

pppppppp 
oooooooo 


s 


0,^ ^ > ^'C M bO 





0000000 




pppppppp 


St. 


Cl^A tS _k +^ ^ ,« J?" 




pppppppp 


0- 


® 

P.^ tS 1^ S'TS ^ bO 
OOOOOOOO 




fitA «i-c f>- -w n3 TJ faO 
eSeJcSdoSoSeSeS 




i»-J3 X— B -.- A »»- «3> 



LXXt 



» S R Q. 

-2, as *► J- — • 

si « §.= 






itS 



^8- 



<5' — — ■' 



s - o =;-" 



55 5 S -& 



g) 



s =2 2 
^''■^ Ox's* 

5 rr 5* => H- 

s S5^ 

S o S ci 5. 



"c 8-' 5^^^ 

"^ 3 "^ =/ o 

2 c « £^ 
S a = "> -1 

" ''^ §; 

" s — ". 5 3 

S 2.3 -• 

t> =• fj « 

o Ss- 2 2 

S .— 5- E; ■5" 

*2 3 s-2 3 

^ 5 3 ■— » 3 

2 §-550 
■&■« &"-&2 

-SP5 s 2 ^ 
» ^ji,' ►-»■ 

3 ry^'3 ^ 

2. 5 =■• " « 

= 3 S 9^ 
-2. =-5 ^' 

-n " 3 rr- 
•1 3 "^ S 3 

o- n, 2 f^ " 

•1 nr ^ »^ 1 

3 >« 3 "^ 2" 

• =1 5! 5 






15 






2.2. a 



P 3. 
o 5 



■5 =-:S^ § 



13 



B 5° 



13 



00 5 g 



la a 



i 









10 






81 



II 



?2: 
5' ® 



■53 



St 



El 



16 






C "^ S" •< "" 2 0; 



Vij f^ 






3 



10 



».„B° 






2 « 



3 5 



a 



« '^ ^ •^ 

«_ 2.3 

•&^(51? 133 
2 -^ M 



B 2 
|g 



O 
*— > 

I— > 
■» 
»? 

or 

CO 

en 

CO 

CO 

«— » 

CO 



CO 

CO 



a. 

CO 

o 

CO 



mit boppeffer 3!iteufmear=3Scrcfjre(6uiio fter ilusfpracOc, 

(bie fine son SGdfer, hit anbcre mit beutfc^en 33uc^ftat)m m^ 
metnem eigenen @t;ftemcO 



FROM MACAULAY'S HISTORY OP ENGLAND. 



During several generations Denmark and 

di-'-ring sev^-&r-il jen-<ir-4'-sh(ins dSu''-mirk dnd 
btu'^ring gew^=iJr-'dlbec^en»or=a^-f^onnSben''=marif dnb 

Scandinavia continued to pour forth innu- 

skin-d^-ni^-v^-i 1^6n-tin^-ft'd t66 p6r {6vth in-ni'- 
ffdn=bt=na^'»i»(i fatt'tin^'ju^^b tu \>o^x fo^v^t m*ntu^= 

merable pirates, distinguished by strength, by 
mftr-i-bl pl'-r&ts dis-ting'-gwish'd bl str^ng^A bi 
mox'A'bl pti^'xAti bt3»ting''=gujf(|t bei jtrcnoZi bet 

valour, by merciless ferocity, and by hatred 
viF-lfir bl mSr^-si-Us f^-ros^-6-tS ind bi hi^-trSd 
to&V4'6x bet jnor'=^i4e§ ft=ro§^=i=tt ditb bet l^a'»treb 

of the Christian name. No country suffered so 
6v THe krisf-yin nime n6 kin^'-tr^ sif^-fur'd s6 
ott) i^t frijl^=jdn ne^m ito fott^-tn §of=forb §o 

much from these invaders as England. Her coasts 
mitsh fr6m TH^se in-v4''-d&rg kz ing''-lind hflir kAsts 
motfi^ fram ^ki ttt=j»a'»bijr§ (i« mg'-Wnb 'i)'6xx fol)ji« 

lay near to the ports whence they sailed; nor was 
li n^re t66 TH^ p6rts hwSns THi sil'd ndr w6z 
la nter tu ^i l)o|rt« liM-«n§ ¥« §rt^lt> nal)x u^ag 

N 

any part of our island so far distant from the 

kn^-ni p^rt Av 64r IM^nd s6 f^r dis'-tant from THe 
en'-ni part 5w aur cK^Idiib fo fanr bt^^^tdnt frant ^i 

Bea as to be secure from attack. The same atro- 
B^ iz t66 be s^-kire^fromit-tak'' THe s4me Mr6s^- 
gte dg tu bi §WLut)r'fram dt=tdcf' ^i §at)m d=tra§^« 

cities which had attended the victory of the 
s6-t66z hwitsh hid it-tSn^-dSdTHi vikMir-ri 6vTH6 
gi=tieg tjttJtfc^ t)db dt'tett^'beb :^i ttjtcf^-to^ri a» #i 

Saxon over the Celt were now, after the lapse of 
sik^-s&n6^-vurTHi sSlt wSr n6i if^-tir THe lips 6\ 
§dcf^=§ort o^'toox T^i §elt toijrr nau df =tor §t Idp^ aw 

ages, suflFered by the Saxon at the hand of 
i'-jes sif^-f&rd bl THd sik^-sin it TH^ hind 6v 
d^'hi^ti §bf^-forb bei T^i gdcf'=§i)tt dt J^i l)dnb atu 

tbe Dane. Civilization, just as it began to 

TH6 dine siv-i-li-zi'-shiin j&st iz It be-gin' tod 
j^i bat)n §i»«i'li=fa'-f4''J«n b^d^bit de it bi-gdti' tu 



rise, was met by this blow, and sank down once more, 
rize w6s mH bi THis bid ind sink d6dn wunse mdre 
rci^ n^U ntct bei igig bio ditb §dnf baun u^bng^ motjr 

Large colonies of adventurers from the 

lardje k61'-6-n^es 6v id-v^n-'^tshur-irs fr6m THd 
hxt>i^ !dK=o-nie§ dw db'tcctt'-tfd;or'iJr^ fram J§.i 

Baltic established themselves on the eastern 
biK-tIk Js-tib'-lisht THSm-sSlvz' 6n THd ^^-stftru 
ba^K=tid eS-tdb^=^lifc^t ¥em=§eltv6' dn ^i ie^^ftbrn 

shores, spread gradually westward, and, support- 
shorz spr§d grid'-A-il-ld wdst'-wird ind siip-p6r''- 
^o\)x€ fprcb grdb^^jU'dl'U M^eft^=u^brb dnb §bp'-|)oi)r- 

ed by constant re- enforcements from beyond 
tSd bi k6n''-stint r6-Sn-f6rse'-m^nts fr6m b6-y6nd' 
teb bei fdu'=ftdnt rie=en=foi)r§'=meutg frdnt bi^jdnb'' 

the sea, aspired to the dominion of the whole 
im sd i-spir'd' t6 TH5 d6-min'-yun 6v TH^ hdle 
^t gie d^fpeirb^ tu ^i bc^miu'»ibn dt» ^i t)ol)l 

realm. The struggle between the two fierce Teu- 
rSlm TH5 strug'-gl bSt-wi^n' THS t66 fedrs td- 
relm ^i ftrog'»gl bet^ujen'' §i • tu ^t^x^ tiu» 

tonic breeds lasted during six genera- 

t6n'-ik breeds lis'-tSd di'-ring sicks jSn^r-i'- 
tdit'=icf brieb6 Id=fteb biu''»ring §icfg tii^exi'tX'd^' 

tions. Each was alternately paramount. Cruel 
shuns eetsh w6z il-t^r''-nit-16 pir'-i-m6dnt kr66'-ll 

fc^ijmtia ietf^ u„dg dl=tet'=ndt=U )jdr'-d»mautit fru'=i( 

massacres followed by cruel retribution, 

mis'-si-kurs f61'-16'd bi' kr66'-U rSt-tr^-bi'i'-sh&n 
md§'»^d-forg far»!ot)b bei fru'-il ret=tri-biu'=f4)ijnn 

provinces wasted, convents plundered, and ci- 

prov'-vin-sSs wi'-st^d k6n'-v£nts pliin'-diir'd ind slt'- 
pidw'-«5in=§c0 u„d'»[ttb fdn'-went^ <)lbit^-bijrb dnb §it'- 

ties razed to the ground, make up the greater 
ti^z riz'd t66 THe gr6i\nd mike ftp THe gri-'-tftr 
tic^ rat)^b tu ^i graunb md\)t eft ^i grec'-tbr 

part of the history of those evil days. At 
part 6v THi his'-tur-d 6v TH6se 6'-v'l dize it 
jjart dw iffi Iji^'^tor^i dtp ^o^g i'-iol bd^g dt 



(Lxxn) 



i'cfeiibuna mit tiojjpfltcr ^nlfrlincar-Scfdjmliunj) ^cr ^usfprttf^c 



LXXIII 



length the North ceased to send forth a constant 
UngthTUl nbrth sist tdd sSnd fbrth 4 kdn'-stint 
UngZi fti milirZi §iejt tu f«nb fol)r2i a fan'-fldnt 

stream of fresh depredators, and from that 
Btr44m 6t frSsh dSp-prA-dA'-tfirz ind fr6m THit 
Priem Sto fref^ fcet)-|jri-ba'»torg dnb fram ^dt 

time the mutual aversion of the races 

time THi mi'-tshd-il i-ver'-shin Av TH4 ri'-sls 
teim ^fi miu'«t|'d()u^dl d'tuor'-fdjonn ato §i ro^^gia 

began to subside. Intermarriages became 

b6-gin't65 s&b-slde'' In-tir-mir'-rld-jia be-kime'' 
bi-gdn'' tu §ob*§eit)'' in-ter-mdr''-rib'0c()i3 bt=fo^m' 

frequent. The Danes learned the religion of 
fi6'-kw4nt THd din'z Ifirnt TIU rA-lld'jin 6v 
fri'-quent §i iii^ni Ib'rrnt §t ri-lib'-^4)ijnn fito 

the Saxons, and thus one cause of deadly an- 
TH4 sik'-sfins ind THis win k&wz 6v dhd'-U 4n- 
^« 9'ift''§«'n§ <inb ]^b« ujn fal>« Sw beb'«lt dn- 

imosity was removed. The Danish and 

A-m68''-8d-tc yttz rA-m66v'd' THd di'-nlsh ind 
i-ina§'-§i-ti uAi ri»ntul)tDb' ^t bd'-ntfc(> dnb 

Saxon tongues, both dialects of one widespread 
84k'-s6n tingz hdth dl'-i-16kts 6v wftn wlde'-sprid 
Idcf-fbn toiiQi bo'2i bei''d-lf(ft§ fiw u^bn u^eib'-fpreb 

language, were blended together. But the dis- 
ling'-wldje, w£r bl6nMfidt6d-g£th'-ar biit TIU dis- 
Idng'-fliutbdc^ »brr blen'-beb tu-ge^^'-br bbt i^t bi«- 

tinction between the two nations was by no 
tlnk'-sh&n bd-twi^n' TIU t66 ni'^-sh&ns wAz bl n6 
tinf'-f(|>bn bt-lu«itn' ^t tu na''«fcbbnn« \xM bet no 

means eflFaced, when an event took place which 
m^^uz if-fis'd'' hwdn in 4-vAnt'' t&6k pl4se hwltsh 
inifn^ t^'^iiW ^u-nt'' dn tr-t»mt' tuf |)lab§ b"-'tf4> 

prostrated both, in common slavery and de- 
pr69'-tr4-tid b6lh in k6m'-m{in sl4'-vir-6 ind d4g- 
Vra^'-tra-tcb bc()2i in faiu'-mbn fla'^ttJcr-i dnb beg- 

gradation, at the feet of a thiiM people. 
gr4-d4'-shin 4t TU6 f6ct 6v 4 th&rd p6'-pl 
grd-ba'-fcbonn <it ¥» pf' 5* ^ ^''fb })ie''--j>l 



It is remarkable that the two greatest; and most 
it Is r6-m4rk'-4-bl THit TIfd t66 gr4'-test ind m6st 
it a ri-mar!'-d-=bl ^&t ^i tu gree'.teji dnb mo^)P 

Balutary revolutions which have taken place 

Bil'-16-ti-r6 riv-vA-ld-'-sliins hwltsh hiv t4'-kn pl4se 
§d('-lu-tdrirtti3-»»o-lu''lt|)bnn0 t)ujtf(^ l^dto td^Vn )jlrtb§ 

in England — that revolution which in the 

InlugMind THit rSv-vA-14'-sh&n hwitsh In THi 
in ing''-ldnb i^dt rew-too=Iu'-f^bnn l)Uwttf(i() in Jl}i 

thirteenth century put an end to the tyr- 

thir'-td4n<A sen'-tsh&-r6 pAt in Snd t66 THA tlr'- 
Zlbr'-tienZi §en'-tfc^u-ri p\xi dn enb tu ^i tir^- 



anny of nation, over nation and that re- 

rin-e 6v ni^-shun 6'-vGr nA'-sbun ind THit rev- 
rdn-i att na'»fc^bnu o^-t»br na''f(|)bnrt dnb 2idt rctt)- 

volution which a few generations later, 

v6-li'-shin hwltsh 4 fi jin-4r-4''-sh6nz 14'-t&r 
tt>o-lu'-fd()bnn l;ujt|'^ a ft^u|)'b^^cn»br'a'"f^bnn^Ia'«=tbr 

put an end to the property of man in man — 
pdt in 4nd t66 THi prAp'-p&r-t^ 6v min in miu 
put dn enb tu ^i pxap'-pox'ti Sw mdn in ntdn 

were silently and imperceptibly effected. They 
w4r sl'-Unt-leindlm-pSr-sSpMi-bl^ fif-fSk'-tSd TH4 
u>,br §ci''=Ifnt-Ii dnb im-ijer-gep'oti-bli ef=fecl^-tcb ^o 

struck cotemporary observers with no surprize, 
strfik k6-tSm'-pd-r4-rd 6b-zferv'-irz wiTHnA sir-prize' 
ftrbcf fO'tem'-po-ra«rt ab'\nto''Oxi nj^ no ^ox-pxtii' 

and have received from historians a very scanty 
ind hive r£-scv'd'fi-6m his-tA'-ri-inz4vir'-r4 skan'-t4 
dnb bd» ri'§tE»b' fram ^)i§»to'"ri-dng a tt>er'»ri [fdn'<=ti 

measure of attention. They were brought about 
m6zh'-i\re 6v it-tfeu'-sh&n TH4 wSr briwt i-bA6t' 
mc^4)'-br alo dt'ten'^f^bnn i§.a. u^brr hx&^t d=baut' 

neither by legislative regulation nor by 

n6'-THiirbl 14d-jis-14'-tiv r^g-A-li^-sbftn ndr bl 
nie'-Zibr bei leb^b^clji^^Ia'^tiw re9-iU'Ia'--fc()onn nci\)x M 

physical force. Moral causes noiselessly effaced, 
fiz'-zi-kil fArse mAr'ril kiw'-zSs n61z'-l£s-ld 6f-f4s't' 
fig'4i-FdI Mrg mar'«rdl fa^'-ffS neu^'-le^-Ii ef=fat)|t' 

first, the distinction between Norman and 
first Tu6 dis-tink''-sh&n bfi-twicn'' nAr'-min and 
fbrr§t §i big=tiuf'*fc^bnn bi-tujen^ nat)r'=mdn dub 

Saxon, and then the distinction between 

sAk'-sin ind THSn THA dls-tlnk'-sbun bA-twein-' 
fdcf'-jjon dnb ^en ^i big«tinf'-fd)ijnn bt=tujen' 

master and slave. None can venture to fix 
mis''-tir ind .slive nin kin vAn'-tshAre tAA flks 
ind9'=tbr dnb flal)** "on '(^n tom'-t[d)iir tu ftcf« 

the precise moment at which either distinc- 
THA prA-slse mA^-mAnt it hwltsh A^-THir dls-tink'- 
^i pxi'^ii^ mo'=ment at l()uJtfc^ ie'-^br big-tinf- 

tion ceased. Some faint traces of the old Norman 
shin sAst sim f4nt tr4'-sAs 6v THA Aid nAr'-min 
f(i)bnn giejl gbin fa'bnt txd^^^ii ato }^i o^lb ifebr'-^ntdn 

feeling might perhaps have been found late in 
fAA'-ling mite pAr-hips' hiv bin fAind lite In 
fie'-Iing mett pcr=bdp§' ^dto bin faunb la'bt in 

the fourteenth century. Some faint traces of 
THA fAre'-tAAn^A sAn'-t.shi-rA sim fint tr4'-ses 6v 
^i fobr'-tien^t §cn'«tf(|u-ri gbm fcibnt tra'-gcg &to 

the institution of villanage were detect- 
THA In-stA-ti'-sbin 6v vU'-lin-4dje wfir dA-tAk^- 
yg-i in-fti«tiu''fdbbnn ftto hJiK«ldn«ol)bi34> viJxx bitted'- 



S ef eii^ung 

mil boppeffer 3nferfmear=Sercfjrei6unfl ber flusfpracOc, 

(bie etne ijon Sdfer, bie anbere mtt beutfc^en Suc^fta^en nad^ 
meinem eigcnen ®^ftemeO 



PROM MACAULAY'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 



During several generations Denmark and 

di''-rlng sev'-fl.r-il jen-Ar-i'-shiins dSn-'-mirk ^nd 
Hu^-ring f etc'=or»(il b«(|en-or=a'=fc^onnS ben''=marf dnb 

Scandinavia continued to pour forth innu- 

skan-dd-n4'-v^-i 1^6n-tin'-ft'd t66 pAr f6rth in-nA^- 
ff(in=bt=na^-J»t=(i fatt^tin'-julib tu (3ot)r fol)v2i in=niu^' 

merablo pirates, distinguished by strength, by 
m&r-l-bl pK-rits dis-ting''-gwish'd bl str^ng^A bl 
m'ox'd'bl pti^'X&ti btS»ttng'=guJfc|)t M ^vmq^ bet 

valour, by merciless ferocity, and by hatred 
vilMftr bi mfer^-s^-lgs fd-ros^-6-t^ ind bl hi^-trSd 
todF-'lbr bet mbr^»§i=le§ p=rDg^=t=tt dnb bet l^ci^'treb 

of the Christian name. No country suffered so 
6v THe krlsf-yin nime n6 k<!in''-tr^ s&f'-fur'd s6 
Dto Jgt frift'=j(in nct)m no fbn^'tn §bf=fbrb go 

much from these invaders as England. Her coasts 
m&tsh fr6m TH^se In-vi^'-d&rs iz IngMS^nd hir kdsts 
mlJtf^ frSm :9te3 ttt-i»fl''=bi3rg d« tng'-ldnb Ijijrr !o]|)il« 

lay near to the ports whence they sailed; nor was 
li nire t66 TH^ p6rts hwSns THi sil'd n6r w6z 
la ttter tu #{ ^jo'^rt^ '(ut^en§ ^a §at)lb nal;r it^ag 

any part of our island so far distant from the 
4n'-n4 p^rt 6v bhv l^-lind sd f^r dis'-t^nt from TH^ 
etf'^nt pcixt ato am ei^'Idnb fo faar bi^'-tdnt fram ^i 

eea as to be secure from attack. The same atro- 
Bh iz t66 bes^-kire^fromit-tik^ TII^ sime i-tr6s^- 
gte U tu bi gWLu^r^fram dt-tdcf'' ^t §at)m d=tra§^= 

cities which had attended the victory of the 
Bi-t^6z hwitsh hM it-tSn^-dadTH5vikMir-r^6vTHi 
gt'tteg t)iijtfc| t)db dt'ten-'-bcb ^i tt>tcf^«to=rt aw ^i 

Saxon over the Celt were now, after the lapse of 
Bik'-sftn 6'-v&r TH6 s61t w6r n64 af'-tur THe lips 6v 
§dcf^=gbn o'»n)iJr ^t §eU ttjorr nau df'=tbr i§.i Idp^ a» 

ages, suffered by the Saxon at the hand of 
i-'-jes s&f^-f&vd bl TH^ slk'-s&n it TR& hind 6v 
a'=bgc^e5 §bf^»fcrb bet ^i §dcf^=§bn dt igtt l)dnb atu 

the Dane. Civilization, just as it began to 

THi dine siv-6-l^-zi'-shun just iz It bd-gin' too 
^i ba^n §iw-i»ti»fa'==f(^bnn b^^'^jt d^ it bi»gdn'' tu 



rise, was met by this blow, and sank down once more, 
rize w6s mH bi THis bl6 ind sank d6dn winse mAre 
reis5 uM met bci igttS bio ditb §dnf baun uJng^ mctjr 

Large colonies of adventurers from the 

lardje k6r-6-n^^s dv id-v^n''=tshur-firs fr6m THd 
larb^c^ faF=o-nteg dto db=h)en'=tfci^or«brg frdm ^i 

Baltic established themselves on the eastern 
biK-tik Ss-tib'-lisht TH^m-sdlvz' 6n TH^ ^^-st&rn 
ha^V'tid eg'tdb^-ltfdi)! i^em^gelwe' dit :gi ie^-ftorn 

shores, spread gradually westward, and, support- 
sh6rz sprfed grid'-i-il-16 wdst'-wird ind s&p-pdr'- 
fc^D^ir^ fpreb grdb^-ju»dl»U n„efl^=uJrb dnb §bp'-|Jot)r- 

ed by constant re- enforcements from beyond 
tdd bi k6n^-stint r^-Sn-f6rse'-m4nts fr6m b^-y6nd' 
teb bei fan'-|tdnt rie=en=fo^rg^=meut^ frdm bi-jdnb' 

the sea, aspired to the dominion of the whole 
TH^ s6 i-splr'd' t6 TH5 d6-min'-yfltn 6v TH^ h61e 
li §te d'fpcirb^ tu T^i bo-min'-ibn dto §i \}o\)l 

realm. The struggle between the two fierce Teu- 
r^lm THS str&g'-gl bet-wedn' TH^ t56 f^^rs td- 
vclm ]^i itriig^-gl bet^ujen'' §{ • tu pe^rg ttu- 

tonic breeds lasted during six genera- 

t6n'-ik breads lis'-tSd di'-ring sicks jSn^r-i'- 
tdit'=icf briebS Id'ftcb biu'=ring gicfg b^d^en»er=a'- 

tions. Each was alternately paramount. Cruel 
shuns eetsh w6z il-t^r''-nit-l^ pir'-i-mdi'int kr66'-il 

fc^bnng ietfi^ uM dl=ter'=ndt4i pdr'^d^maunt fru'=if 

massacres followed by cruel retribution, 

mis'-si-kurs f6K-16'd bi kr66'-il rSt-tr^-bi'i'-sh6n 
md§^»gd»tbrS fdl'-Iotib bei fru'-il ret=tri-biu'«f^(jnrt 

provinces wasted, convents plundered, and ci- 

pr6v'-vln-sSs wi'-st^d k6n'-vSnts plun'-diir'd ind slt'- 
prdw'-t»in=ge0 u^d'^jleb fdn'-juentia plbu^-=bbrb dnb gtt'- 

ties razed to the ground, make up the greater 
tc6z riz'd t66 THe gr6i\nd mike ftp THe griMflir 
tie3 rdi)«b tu ^i graunb maf)f ijp ^i gree'-tbr 

part of the history of those evil days. At 
part 6v THi his'-tur-6 6v THAse i'-v'l dize it 
part dw ^i l;ig'=tbr-i dw i^o^i i'-wl btt()0 dt 



(lxxii) 



iTcfeiilmnfl mit ioppcltrr JJntrrlinfflr-Bcf^mliunfl t)rr ^usfprod)*. 



LXXIII 



length the North ceased to send forth a constant 
UngthlHi. ndrlk sist t66 sSnd fbrth i kfin'-st^nt 
ItngZt ¥» nabr^t §tfjt tu ffnti fc^r^i a fan'-ftdnt 

stream of fresh depredators, and from that 
Btriim At frSsh dip-pr4-dA'-t&rz ind frfim THit 
ftriem ato frefc^ be)j«')?ri-ba'»tor« dnb frdm ^dt 

time the mutual aversion of the races 

time TH6 mA'-tshA-il i-ver'-sh&n 6v Tlld r4'-sls 
teim ^i intu'-tfc^u_dl d-n?cr'-fd>ijnn ato ^i ro'«§i« 

began to subside. Intermarriages became 

bi-gJln't46 sfib-slde' In-tfir-mir'-rid-jia be-kime' 
bi'gdn'' tu §ob-gfib' in-ttX'mdx^'X\t'id)ii bi-fal>m' 

frequent. The Danes learned the religion of 
fri'-kwSnt THd din'z Ifirnt THd r4-lld'j&n 6v 
fri'-qutnt ^i ba^n^ liJrrnt ^i ri-Ub'-^4)i>nn dtt) 

the Saxons, and thus one cause of deadly an- 
THA sik'-s&ns ind THis w&n kiwz 6y dSd'-lfi in- 
i^i 9dc!'-§bn§ dnb ^'6i u^iJn fa^« fiw beb'-Ii dn- 

imositj was removed. The Danish and 

4-m68'-si-t6 w6z r4-m66v'd' TH6 di'-nlsh ind 
t-mag'-§i-ti uM ri-mubmb' ^t bd'-ntf(^ dnb 

Saxon tongues, both dialects of one widespread 
s&k^-s&u tCingz bdth dl'-i-lSkts 6v wftn wide'-sprid 
§d(f''-§bn tijng« W^, bfi'-d-lrtftf ato luon u^eib'-iprrt 

language, were blended together. But the dis- 
ling'-wldje, w£r bl4n'-dfidt66-g4th'-6rb(it TH4 dls- 
Idng'-gu^tb^t^ »crr bltn'-beb txi-qt^^-ox Vet ^i bia- 

tinction between the two nations was by no 
tlnk'-shin bd-twi^n-' THc ti6 niVsh&ns wAz bi nit 
tinf 'fc^ton bi-tujcn' :^i tu na'-fc^iinnfi u^ai bti no 

means effaced, when an event took place which 
mddnz if-fis'd'' hw^n &n £-viut^ t66k plise hwltsh 
mitni ef-fat)jt' Iju^fn' dn u-tetnt' tuf v'i<)§ ^u-«tf4i 

prostrated both, in common slavery and de- 
prAs'-tri-tdd b6<A in k6m'-m&n sli'-vir-d ind dAg- 
jjra^'-tra-tcb bo^j^i in fam'-miJn (lo'-tecr-t dnb beg- 

gradation, at the feet of a thiiM people, 
gri-di'-sh&n it TIU fiet 6v & third pi'-pl 
grd-ba^'fc^^ijun dt $t ftrt ato a ^oxi pit^'^l 



It is remarkable that the two greatest and most 
It Isrd-mark'-i-blTIIit THc t6d gri'-test 4nd m6st 
it ii rt-marf'-d-bl ^dt Jgi tu flvce'-tcft dnb mo^ji 

salutary revolutions which have taken place 

sil'-lft-ti-ri riv-v6-l&''-sh6n8 hwltsh hiv ti'-kn plise 
^dr-lu-tdrirW'too-lu'-fc^onne t)ujtf^ \)dxo td\}Vn plat)§ 

in England — that revolution which in the 

In lug'-lind THit rfiv-vA-li'-sh&n hwltsh In THi 
in ing'-ldnb ^dt rcttj-too»lu'-fc|>iJnn ^uJtf4) in ^i 

thirteenth century put an end to the tyr- 

thir'-tdin^A sen'-tshji-rd pit in And t66 THi tir'- 
Zlor'-ticnZi gen'-tfc^ju-ri t>ut dn enb tu ^i tir'- 



anny of nation, over nation and that re- 

rin-d 6v ni''-shun A'-vir ni''-shin ind THit rev- 
rdn-i aw na''fc^iJnu o'«t»iJr na'-fd{)iinn dnb ^idt rcto. 

volution which a few generations later, 

vA-li'-ph6n hwltsh 4 fii jin-dr-4''-sh&nz li'-tir 
wo-lu'-f^iinn ^u^itfd) afLuf)'b^^en«i>r-»a'>'f(^iJnn^la''=tiJr 

put an end to the property of man in man — 
pit in fend tAA THd prAp'-pir-td Av min In min 
put dn enb tu ]^i ))rap'-pijr»tt a» mdn in mdn 

were silently and imperceptibly effected. They 
w5r sl'-Unt-ldindlm-p5r-sSpMl-bU fif-fSk'-tSdTH4 
u^ijr 9fi'=lfnt'Ii dnb im»per-§f|)''ti-bli ef^fecf'-tcb i§d 

struck cotemporary observers with no surprize, 
str&k kA-tSm'-pA-rd-rd Ab-zdrv'-irz wiTHnA sir-prize' 
ftrijcf fO'ttm'-po-ra-ri ab-ffrtt>'»«jra uJ^ no §or-|3md' 

and have received from historians a very scanty 
ind hive rd-sdv'd'frAm his-tA'-rd-inz4vdr'-rdskin'-td 
dnb t)d» ri'^icteb' fram t)i§»to'-n»dn^ a mx'-xi ffdn'-ti 

measure of attention. They were brought about 
mSzh'-ire Av it-tdn'-shin TH4 wSr briwt i-bAit' 
mf:?c^>'-or a» dt-tm'-fc()ijnn J^d u^crr brd^t d»bant' 

neither by legislative regulation nor by 

nd'-THirbl Idd-jls-li'-tlv rdg-A-14'-shin nAr bl 
nif'-ZtiJr bti lfb«b?c^iS=la'"ti» reg-ju-la'-fdj>bnn na^x Ui 

physical force. Moral causes noiselessly effaced, 
fiz-'-zd-kil fArse niAr'ril kiw'-zds nAlz'-lds-U df-fis't' 
fi«'.ji-fdl fol>r§ mar'-rdl falj''ff3 neu«'-lc«-H ef»fat)|'t' 



first, the distinction 
first Tud dls-thik'-shin 
forr§t §i bi§'tinf'-f(^onn 

Saxon, and then the 
sAk^-sin ind THSn THd 
fdcf'-^on dnb ^en j§.i 



between Norman and 
bd-twddn' nAr'-niin ind 
bt-tujen' nat)r'»nidn dnb 

distinction between 

dis-tlnk'-shin bd-twddn' 
bi§'tinf'-f(!(;iinn hUtwJtn' 



master and slave. None can venture to fix 
misMir ind slive nin kin vdn'-tshire tAA flks 
md§'-tijr dnb n«l)tt> nijn fdn toen'-tfc^ijr tu ftde 

the precise moment at which either distinc- 
THd prd-sise mA^-mdnt it hwltsh d'-THir dls-tlnk'- 
^i pri'§ci§ mo'-ment at l)uJtfc() k'-^ox bi§-ttnf'- 

tion ceased. Some faint traces of the old Norman 
shin sdst sim fint tri'-sds 6v THd Aid nAr'-min 
fi^ijnn §icjt §ijm fci^int txd^'^d ato ^i o|)lb ifc^r'-mdn 

feeling might perhaps have been found late in 
fdd'-ling mite pdr-hips' hiv bin fAind lite In 
fie'-ling mcit per-^dp^' ^d» bin faunb la^t in 

the fourteenth century. Some faint traces of 
THd fAre'-tddn<A sdn'-tshu-rd sim fint tri'-ses 6v 
§i fot)r'-tienZi gen'-^tfcliU'n pm fa^nt tra'-gcg Sh) 

the institution of villanage were detect- 
THd in-std-ti'-shin Av vU'-lin-idje wdr dd-tdk'- 
^i iu'fti'tiu'-fcijionn ttt» t»iK'ldn'at)b^c() u^orr bi'tecf'- 



LXXIV 



^cfettbung nttt tiflppdtcr interlinear- Befdjmbunj^ t^er ^u^fpra^c. 



ed by the curious as late as the days of the 
tSd M THe ku'-rd-flis kz lite iz TH6 ddze dv THd 

teb bet ^x nu'=ri=ij§ d^ lol)t d3 It tci^ aW Jgt 

Stuarts ; nor has that institution ever to 

stft'-&rts n6r hiz THit In-ste-ti'-sh&n fev'-ur t66 

jltu'=ovt« na^r H« :i4t tn=p{-tm'»fc(ionn m'''ixx tu 

this hour been abolished by statute. 
THis 6dr bin 4-b61'-lisht bi stit'-tshAte 
!<§ aur m d=MlMtf(^t tei ftdt'=tfc|)u{)t 



MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. 



BY CHS. DICKENS. 

Raising my eyes but now to the face of my 
r4^-zing mi Ize bftt n6ii t66 TH^ fdse 6v mi 
ra^^^fing met et^ bijt nau tu ^\ faf)§ axu met 

old clock, I remember quite involuntarily, 

61d kl6k i r^-mSm^-bur k\ylte in-T61''-un-ti-re-16 
ctilb {(act ei rt=mem^=bor queit itt=h)al'=on-td-ri4t 

the yeneration not unmixt with a sort of 
THd TSn-Jr-i'-shin n6t 6n-mlkst' wiTH i s6Tt 6v 

^t joen«er»a'»fc(j6nn nat on-mtcfft' yxJ^.' a §a()rt aw 

childish awe, with which I used to sit and watch 
tshll'-dish iwwlTFF hwitsh^ i Az'd t66 sit ^nd w6tsh' 

tfdjeiF'btfd) al) xtjig.' njtfc^' ei jut)C^b tu §it dub u^atj"^' 

it, as it ticked unheeded in a dark stair-case cor- 
it iz it tikt un'hee'-dJd in i dirk stire'-kise k6r''- 
tt &i it tidt lJn=t)te^-beb in a bavt fta()r'»fdf)9 fa()r'=. 

ner. I recollect looking more grave and steady 
nir i r£k-k61-lSkt' 166kMng m6re grive ind stSd'-i 
niir et reiJ=fdl-lecft^ lu'-'ftng mcl)r gvdtjw dnb |ieb'=bt 

when I met its dusty face, as if, having that 
hw^n I mH its dus'-t^ fise kz if hi'-ving THat 
^m.en'ei met tt^ bb§^»tt fal)^ &i if l)d'=i»tng Idt 

strange kind of life within it, and being free 
Btrinje kind 6v life wiTH-in^ it ind b^Mng fr6c 
jtrci^nb^c!^ feinb a)xi leif u.i:g[=tn' It dnb bi'=tng frie 

from all excess of vulgar appetite, and war- 
fr6m k\ fek-sSs' 6v viF-gir ip'-pe-tlte ind wir'- 
fvam at)l e(J=ge§' aj» toDt^^gdr dp'^pt'tctt dnb xiM'' 

ning all the house by night and day, it were a sage. 
nlng il THi h6Ase bl nlte &nd di It wSr 4 sAdje 
ning a^l ^i l)'^w5 ^Jct "fit '^"^ ^^ ttnJrr'd §at)b3^ 
How often have I listened to it as it told the 
hid &f'-f'n hiv 1 lis'-s'nt 't66 it iz it tdld TEi 
l^au af'f'n \)iw ei Itg'=nt tu it d« it to^lb It 

beads of time, and wondered at its constancy! 
bS^ds dv time ind wun''-diird it its k6n'-stin-si 
fjie'Oi a» tcim dnb u^ijn'-biirb dt it3 fan^=pdn-§t 

How often watched it slowly pointing round the 
h64 df'-f'n watsht it sl6M^ p6in'-ting r6dnd THi 
tjaxx df»fn u„a()tfd)t it flo'^It |jeun'=ttng raunb ^t 



dial, and, while I panted for the eagerly ex- 
di'-il ind hwlle i pan'-t^d fdr TH6 ^^-gfir-U &k- 
bei'-d( dnb t)^ueiK et iJ^n'^teb fal'r ^^t te^-gijr=(i ed- 

pected hour to come, admired, despite myself, 
spdk'-t^d 6ar t66 kum ad-mii-'d' de-spite' md-self' 
fped^'teb aur tu !dm db=meir'b' bi=|>eit' mi-§elf' 

its steadiness of purpose and lofty freedom 
its st^d'-5-nSs 6v pir'-pis ind 16f''-t5 fr6e''-diim 
it& fteb'-i-neg dto t)b'r'»))cg dnb laf-tt frte'-bcm 

from all human strife, impatience and desire. 
frSra ill hi'-min strife im-pi'-shSnse ind d^-zlre' 
fram dt)l l^tu'=mdn jlretf tm=t5a'=fd)eng dnb bt=feir'' 

I thought it cruel once. It was very hard of 
1 i/iiwt itkr66Ml w&nse' it w6z' vfer-'-re hard 6v 
ei l2at)t it fru'=tl u^bng' it u^a^' wer'=rt ^avb aw 

heart, to my mind, I remember. It was an old ser- 
hirt t66 ml mind i re-m£m' b&r it w6z'' in 61d sSr- 
^art tu met meinb et rt=mem''»bljr it u„a3' dn ct)lb §er» 

vant, even then; and I felt As though it ought to 
Vint e'-v^n Tllcn iud i fdlt iz TH6 it iwt tc^ 
tcdnt i'=»en ^en dnb ei felt d« :gfo it df)t tu 

show some sorrow ; as though it wanted sympathy 
sh6 sfim s6r'-rd is TH6 it wdnM^d sim'-pi-^Ai 
f(^o §bm §ar'=ro dS J^o it n.^n'^teb ^tm^-pd-^it 

with us in our distress ; and were a diill, hfeartlesa 
wiTH 6s in 6dr dis-trls' ind wSr i dul hirf-lea 
uJ^ Ij^ in aur bt§=treg'' ditb u„brr' d bijl t)art'-Icg 

mercenary creature. Ah! how soon I learned to 

mSr'-si-ni-r^ kr^'-tsh&re i h6d s66n i l&rnt t6d 

mbric'=§i=nd=rt fvief'fd^ijr al) tjau §ul)n ei Ibrrnt tu 

know that in its ceaseless going on, and in its 
nd THit in its sddsMSs g6Mng 6n ind in its 
no §dt in it6 §ie§'=lcg go'=ing an dnb in it* 

being checked or stayed by nothing, lay its grea- 
bS'-ing tsh^kt dr sti'd bi nii^AMng li its gri'- 
bi'=ing tfc^cdt &i)x jtdbb bet nbZi'-ing la it* grce'* 

test kindness and the only balm for grief and 
t£st klnd'-nSs and TH^ dn'-15 bim f6r gr^^f ind 
tefl feinb'=nc§ dnb ^i djn'»lt baam fal)r grief dnb 

wounded' peace of mind, 
w66n'-dSd pese 6v mind 
uutl)n'=beb vte§ ato meinb 

When my fire is bright and high, and a warm 
hw^n ml fl'-ftr Is brlte ind hi ind i wirm 
^u^en met fet'^br i* brett dnb "^et dnb a u^ai^rm 

blush mantles in the walls and ceiling of this 
bl&sh min'-tls in THS wilz' ind s^ 6 Ming 6v THls 
bliifcl mdn'-t(« in ^i . u^ai)l«' dnb §te'-ling aw ^t« 



ancient room, 

ine'-tshSnt r66m 
a{)n'«|'d)cnt rul^m 



when my clock makes cheerful 
hwSn'' ml kl6k mik's tshSi-'-fil 
^u„en' met Uad ma'bf'* tfcber'-fcl 



^cfcubunfl mit iJappcUft ^atfrliui'ar-Bcfdjrfitiung tier ^usrprad|)e. 



LXXV 



music like one of those chirping insects who 
mA''-zik like wAn 6v THAse tshlr''-ping in-'-sekts hbb 
mLu'-jicf Icif u^iin ato ^ot>« t)"ct>ir^=ping tn''»fe(fW l^u 

delight in the warm hearth, and are sometimes, by a 
di-llte' In THi wirm hkrth ind kr sAmMlmz bl 4 
ti-kit^ in §t lua^jrm'' \)axk dub ax §i3m'»trim^ bet a 

good superstition, looked upon as the har- 
g6dd sA-pir-stl'-shftn Idik'd 6p-T)An>' iz THi hir'- 
gub §iu-pfr-jli'-fd>i3n Iuf''b of'\ion^ &i 91 ^ar'- 
bingers of fortune and plenty to that house- 
bin-j6rz 6v fAr'-tHhAneindplSn^'-ti t5aTH4th64se'- 
I)inb-e4)orSa»fa^r'-tfc^iJnndnb plcn'-ti tu }^&t !)au§'- 

hold in whose mercies they put their humble trust ; 
hAld in hd5z mdr'-siiz Tlli pAt THire 6m'-bl trist 
Ijolilb in \)\i\)i in6r'-§if« T^d |?ut ^ci^r cm'-H trijfl 

when every thing is in a ruddy genial glow, 
hwin hy'-hr-i Tiling Is In i r6d'-d4 ji'-n^-Al gl6 
^u_fn f»'.or-i ^ftng t^ in a rob'-bt b^ci>ie'-ni-dl g(o 



and there are Toices in the crackling flames, and 
ind THire krybi'-shs In TH6 kr^k'-llng fldmz ind 
dnb^ §af)r ax m\x'-^ti in §i frdcf'=ling flal)m«- dnb 

smiles in its flashing light; other smiles and, 
smllz in its flish-'-ing lite 6th'-ir smllz ind 
§mfil3 in iW fldfc^'Hng leit o^'-ijr §mfi(3 dnb 

other voices congregate around me inva- 
&th''-6r v6i'-sSs kAng-'-gre-gite i-r6And' md in vi''- 
(j;g['-or t»m''-§eS fang'-gri'flcljt d^raunb' miin=t»d'- 

ding with their pleasant harmony the si'- 
ding wiTH THire pUz^-zint liir^-md-nd THd sl^- 
bing \xJ^ ^oifjr plc^'-sJdnt ^at'-mo-ni i^i §ei'- 
lence of the time. 
Idnse dv TH^ time 
Icn^ ato yi Him 



YOUTH AND AGE. 

jbbtf) 4nd idje — jii(>2i dnb al>b«(l^. 

I saw from the beach, when the morning was shining, 
1 siw frAm THi bed-tsh hw4n TH6 mAr'-nlng w6z shl'-ning 
fi fal> frdni ^i bictf(^ Iju^cn ^t maf)r'=ning \xM fc&ti''»mn9 

A bark o'er the waters move gloriously on: 
i birk Are Tllfi wi''-t6rz m&ve glA''-r4-is-14 An 
a barf o!>r ^t vu,aY'\oxi mut)W fllo'-ti-«i§-K Sn 

I came, when the sun o'er that beach was declining— 
1 kinie hwin THi sftn Are THit bditsh wAz di-kli'-nlng 
ff fa'dm l>u.cn ^i §ijtt o\)x ^dt iitt\d) nM bi-Hei'-ning 

The bark was still there, but the waters were gone. 
TH6 birk wAz stU THire b&t TH4 wi'-t&rz wSr gAn 
fi barf u.a3 flil y^at)x bbt i^i u.a^'-ti)r« u^ijrr flon 

Ah! such is the fate of our life's early promise, 
k afttsh Is TH4 fite Av AAr Uf's firMe prAm'-mlz 
a §iJtft^ »« S« f"()t *» ^"'^ J"t§ °^''^^ pxam^-mii 
80 passing the spring-tide of joy we have known; 
bA pis'-slng THd springMide Av jA<5 - w<S hiv nAn 
§0 |>a§'-§in9 9i fprinjj''-teib 3w b^^eu Uwie' ^dto no^n 
Each wave that we danced on at morning, ebbs from us, 
idtsh wive THit wd dinst An it mAr'-ning Sbz frAm iis 
iftfc^ u„at)»'¥dt uJe bdn§t dn dt maljr^Mting ebg fraljm ijij 
And leaves us at eve on the black shore alone, 
ind U&\z fls it 64v An THi blik shAi-e i-lAne' 
dnb licto« d3 dt ic» an ^i bldcf fdjol^r d=IoK 

Ne'er tell me of glories serenely adorning 
nire tfil mi Av glA'-rdez si-r4nc'-U i-dAr'-ning 
m\)x tcl mt C\w glo'Tiea §i-«ien''li d-bal)r'»ning 

The close of our day, the calm eve of night; 
THi klAze Av Air di THi kim 4ve Av nlte 
ft fleljiJ d» aur ba f i fanm im aw xitit 



LXXVI 



iffcHbunjj mit i)op|Jcltcr JJntrrlinrar-Bcfdjmbung "bev ^upfprafi)^. 

Give me back, give me back, the wild freslmess of morning 
giv m^ bik giv m6 bik TH^ wild fr^sh-'-nfess 6v m6r'-ning 
gtw mi bdd gth> mi bdcf igci ivcilb frefctj^^neg dix) ma|)r^=ning 
Her clouds and her tears are worth evening's best light. 
hiir kl6Mz ^nd h&r tierz ir wir^A ^v'-nings b^st lite 
l^orr flaub^ dnb l^iirr titxi ax ^'6xt\) ieto'=ntngS beft kit 
Oh, who would not welcome that moment's returning, 
A hSa wdd n6t wSl'-kim TH^t .m6'-mSnt's rd-t&r'-nlng 
^u UwUb jtdt u^tV'fom 'i§-di mo'»mcnt6 rt=tijr^=ntng 
When passion first waked a new life through his frame, 
hwfen pish''-&n f&rst wikt 4 ni life thr66 his frdme 
\)u^tn t)dfc^^=on fiirjl u^a^ft' a ntu leif hxn ]()ie fraljm 
And his soul — like the wood that grows precious in burning - 
&nd hiz s61e like TH4 wdd THit grdz pr^sh^-us in bir^-ning 
4nb i)i$ [ol)l Uif ^t xx^viV §dt grot)^ pxi\^^''6i in bcr^^ning 
Gave out all its sweets to love's exquisite flame, 
give 6At k\ its sw^dts t66 Ifivz £ks''-kwe-zit flime 
flcibJc aut at)ltt« fujete^ tu lo»g ecE§^-fui'fit flal)m 



Thomas Moobe. 



, APOSTROPHE TO THE OCEAN. 

i-pds'-tr6-f6 t66 TH6 d'-sh&n 
(i-i>a«'-trc=p tu ^t oI)'-f(t)ontt 
There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, 
THire is & pl^zh'-ftre In THd pd^A^-lSs wAds 
9a^r ii a \)h\il)''Dxx in T§i pa\^4i^ u^ubS 
There is a rapture on the lonely shore, 
THAre iz i rip'-tshAre 6n TH4 lAne'-U sh6re 
^al)r a a. rdp'^tf^iirr an ^i lo^n'=It f^o^r 
There is society, where none intrudes, 
THAre iz sA-sl'-^-t^ hwAre niin in-tr66dz'' 
i^ii^x ii §iJ=fetM=tt ^nSW "''n in'txn\}W 
By the deep sea, and music in its roar; 
by TH6 dd^p sk And mii^-zlk in its r6re 
ffd ^i btct) §te dnb mLu''=ftd in tt^ ro^r 
I love not man the less, but nature more, 
i Iftv n6t min THi ISs b&t ni'-tshAre m6re 
ei lijto nat mdn ^t kg bet na='tfd)orr mcljr 
From these our interviews, in which I steal 
fr6m TH6se 64r in'-tSr-vis in hwltsh 1 stSle 
fram ^ie^ aur tn''=tcr-ii3tul)3 in '(ju^itfc^' ei fiiel 
From all I may be, or have been before, 
fr6m il 1 md b^ 6r hAv' bin b6-f6re' 
frdm ai)l ct mci bt a^x f)d\o' bin bt«fol)r' 
To mingle with the universe, and feel 
tfta ming'-gl wiTH TH5 yft'-nd-v^rse And Ui\ 
tu mtng'-gl uJ^'' It iu'=nt-tt5er§ dnb fteljl 
What I can ne'er express, yet cannot all conceal. 
hw6t 1 kAn nAre ^ck-spr5s' ySt kAn''-n6t Al kfin-s^le' 
^u^at ef fdn nci^r erf=^«§'' jet fdn'-uat &\)\ fan-§ier 

Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean — roll I 
rill 6n TJWd dUp And dArk blA 6'-sh4n rAll 
rof)I an ^au biep dnb barf bin e{)''=f^onn xsii)l 
Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain ; 
tSn rA6i'-zAnd fl66ts swi^p AM-fir TIU In vAne 
ten 2iau^-fdnb fliet^ fujcjj o^-tuor ^i in toaH 



Man marks the earth with ruin — his control 

min mirks THi tiTih wiTH r66Jn biz k6n-tr61' 

ntiitt marfg i^i 'oxk tiJ^ ruJn '^ii fan-trof)!' 

Stops with the shore; upon the watery plain 

Btdps wiTH TH6 shire ftp-p6n' 1E& wi'-tur-d plino 

flaps u_iS ¥» Wo^r cp-patt'' i^i jua^'-tijr-t plci^n 

The wrecks are all thy deed, nor doth remain 

TH6 rdks kr il THi didd nAr d6TH ri-mdne' 

fft rftf§ flr SH)l J^ti birt na^r bo^ n='ma()n' 

A shadow of man's ravage, save his own, 

& shid'-dA 6v ml&nz ri^-vldje sive his An 

& f(^dt»'-bo a» mini rd'-»ib«4> fci^w ^ii o^tt 

When for a moment like a drop of rain 

hw£n fir 4 mA'-m4nt like i, drAp dv rine 

ll^u^en fa^r a mo'-mrnt leif a brap ato Ta()n 

He sinks into thy depths with bubbling groan — 

h& sinks In-'-tAi THI dSptAa wlTH bib'-bling grin 

l||{ §tnf§ in'-tu T§ti bep2t§ u^t^? bob'-Mtng gro^n 

Without a grave, unknelled, nnconfined, and unknown. 

wlTH-6dt' A grive ftn-nfil'd' 6n-k6n-flnd' ind 4n-nAne' ' 

VLi^-ant' a flra» Sn-neHb' ijn-fdn-feinb' dnb on-nol^n' 

BtR05. 



MERCY. 

m e r'-8 d — m o r t'- g {♦ 

(/Voj» "The Merchant of Venice") 
The quality of mercy is not strained; 
THd kwdl'-4-t6 6v mfir'-s6 Iz n6t strind 
St quaK-t-tt ato morr'=§t ii nat jira^nb 
It droppeth, as the gentle rain from heaven 
It drdp'-pi<A is THi j£n'-tl rine fr6m h£v'-v'n 
it iiap^'ptk &i Mi t!i(S)tn^'ti xai)n fram ]f)et»'-»n 
Upon the place beneath: it is twice blessed; 
ftp'-p6n TH6 plise bd-ndTH it is twlse blSs'-sdd 
ap^'pin 9i t)Ia(>§ bi'ttie? ft is tu.et§ ble§^'§eb 
It blesseth him that gives, and him that takes: 
It blSs'-sd^A him Thit givz ind him THit tik's 
ft ble§'-§e2i 'i)im ®dt fltto« dnb ^im ^At ta^f§ 
'Tis mightiest in the mightiest, it becomes 
tis ml'-td-dstin THi mlMi-dst it bd-k&mz' 
Hi met'-ti-tjl in ¥» met'-H-ejl tt bt-fomm3' 
The throned monarch better than his crown: 
THd <ArA'-nid mftn'-nirk bSt'-tir THin hiz krAAn 
5t iixe\)''ntt man'^narf Ut^^tox M&n f)ii fraun 
His sceptre shows the force of temporal power 
hiz sSpM&r shAze THi fArs 6v tim'-pA-ril pAA'-ftr 
^ii §ep'-tor f4)o()« ^i Hr§ a» tem'^po-rdl tJCiu'-St 
The attribute to awe and majesty, 
THi itMri-biite tAA i ind mid'-jis-ti 
9t ot'«trt>biul()t tu S.^ dnb mdb'-gd^eg-tt 
Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings; 
hw.ire-in' d4TH sit THi drid ind fire 6v kingz 
l^u^oi^r-in' bij^ §tt ^f breb dnb per ato ftnflS 
But mercy is above this sceptred sway, 
bit mir'-si iz i-b6v' THis sip'-tird swi' 
Ut morr'-ft ii a-bato' ^is gep'-torb fu^ci' 



E 



Lxxvin 



It is enthroned in the hearts of kings, 

It is kn-thv6'-ned in TH^ hSrts 6v kingz 

tt ii tn'^xo^'mt) m i^i baxti aw tixiQi 

It is an attribute to God himself: 

it is in it'-tr5-b4te t66 g6d him-sfelf 

ft t« An dt'-tri=btu^t tu gab l)im=[clf 

And earthly power doth then show likest God's, 

ind &r<AM6 p6ti'-&r d6TH THSn 

anb or^i'-Ii |)au'=ot ba^ Jgcit 

When mercy seasons justice. 

hwSn mSr'-s5 sS'-z&ns jus'-tis 

})\xan morr'-§t §ie'»fbn^ b^(^oS'-ti§ 



shd li'-kSst g6dz 
f(|o lei'-fejt gabs 



S H Y L C K. 



. To bait fish withal: if it will feed nothing 
t66 bite fish wiTH-M' if it will fSdd nft'-iAing 
tu ba^t ftfd) uJ^-al;l' if it uJV ftcb niJZi'-ing 

else, it will feed my revenge. He hath disgraced 
Sis it will f^^d mi rfi-vSnje' h^ hiTH dis-gris'd' 
c(§ it wJK fleb met ri'toenbcf^' l^t ^^ ti^'^riiW' 
me, and hindered me of half a million ; laughed at my 
md ind hin'-dftrd mi dv hAf d miK-y&n lift it mi 
mi dnb ]^tn''«borb mi Sw fjaaf a mtt'-jon laft dt mei 

losses, mocked at my gains, scorned my nation, 
16s'-sSs m6k'd it ml ginz sk6rn'd ml n4''-8h{in 
ld§'=§e6 mafb dt met galjnS ffal^rnb mei na'=f(|bnit 

thwarted my bargains, cooled my friends, heated 
<Awav'-tSd ml bir''-ginz kSfil'd mi frSnds h^'-t^d 
2tu>.2{)r'«teb mei bar'^gin^ ful)(b mei frenbS t)ie^=teb 
mine enemies; and what's his reason? I am a Jew. 
mine Sn'-e-m4ze ind hw6t'z hiz rd'-zin 1 am i j& 
meiit en'^i-'mteS dnb t)u„ati3 bi« rie'^Sbn ei dm a b^4)U 

Hath not a Jew eyes ? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, 
hiTH n6t i jA ize hiTH n6t i jA hinds 6r^-ginz 
})a^ nat a b^^iw fi'^ H^ nat a b?(|u|dttb3_at)r'-Gang 
dimensions, senses, affections, passions ? 

d^-mSn'-shunz s5n'-sez if fSk'-sh&nz pish'-shfmz 
bt'men'«fcljbnn» §cu^'§e5 df-fft'^ftl'bnng )jdfcb'»fc^iinn^ 

fed with the same food, hurt with the same wea- 
fSd wiTH TH6 sime f66d hArt wiTH TH4 sime wJp'- 
feb «J^ ^i §ai)m fii^b ^brrt uji^ :si §at)m u^ep'« 

pons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the 
p4ns sib'-jSkt t66THisime dis-^^-zSs h^ld bi THi 
^)bnS §bb'=b^c^eft tu :^i ^at)m bis-ie'-geg |)ielb bei ^i 
same means, warmed and cooled by the same win- 
sime menz Warmd ind c66rd bl THd sime win''- 
§al)m miens u«2l)rmb'dnb fiiljib bei i^i §at)m «Jn'° 

ter and summer, as a Christian is? If you prick 
tir ind sftm'-mAr iz i krist'-y&n iz if y66 prick 
tijr dnb §ijm'=mijr dS a frift'^jiin ii if jut) pxid 

us, do we not bleed T If you tickle us, do we 
As d66 wc n6t, blede if y66 tick'-kl As d66 wd 
ijg bu u.ie^ nat blieb if |u^ tif =H ij§ bu uJe 



not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die? and if 
n6t lif if y66 p61^-zn As d66 wd n6t dl ind if 
nat laaf if jut) peu'-Sn b§ bu uJ'e nat bet dnb if 

you wrong us, shall we not be revenged? if we 
y66 rdng As shil wd n6t bd re-v£njd' if wi 
ju^ rang ijg fc^dl wJc' nat hi ri^njenb^c^b'' if uJe 

are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in 
ir like y66 in THd rist w4 wil re-zSm'-bl y66 in 



ax letf ju^ in 



rej^ uJe' u^iC ri^fem'bl jut) in 



that. If a Jew wrong a Christian, what is his hu- 
THit if i jA r6ng i krist'-yAn hw6t is hiz hA- 
Jg-At if a b^4)u rang ei friff-jbn l)\xM ii ^iS ju- 

mility? revenge; if a Christian wrong a Jew, 
miK-e-td rd vSnje' if i krisf-yAn r6ng i jA 
miK't-tt ri tuenbSd^' if a !rtft'-jbn rang a bSd^u 

what should his sufferance be by Christian ex- 
hw6t shAd hiz suf-'-fAr-inse h& bl krist'-yAn Sgz- 
^nM fdfaub ^i5 ^bf»fbr=dn§ bi iti frijt'-jbn eg=. 

ample ? why, revenge. The villany you teach, I 
im'-pl hwl re-vJnje' TH6 vil'-lin-J y66 tdtsh 1 
fdm'=)>l Iju^ei rt'hjcnbSc^^ ^i totr-Idn=i ju tietfc^ ei 

will execute, and it shall go hard, but I will bet- 
will Sk'-se-kAte ind It shil go hard bAt i wil bSt'- 
uja ed'=§t=fiail)t dnb it fdjcit go ^arb bet ei u^ia bet'- 

ter the instruction. 
tAr TIU in strAk^-shAn 

tor Jgi in-firbtf'-fci^bnn 

Shakspearb. 



T HE WIFE. 

THi wife — ^t u^etf. 

I have often had occasion to remark the 

1 hiv 6F-f'n hid dk-ki^-shAn t6d rd-mirk'' TH6 

ei t)d» ar^fn l)db orf=fa'-=fi^bnn tu ri-marf j^i 

fortitude, with which women sustain the most 

f6r'-te-tAde wiTH hwitsh wim-'-en sAs-tine'' THi mist 

fd()r^=tt-tutt)b iLi^ nJtfd; ujm^-en9ij§=ta£)n^ fi mol)jl 



fefeabnn^ mtt bupprltfr ^nterUnfar-pffd)r(iIiun3 tut S(\\sfTftad)e. 



LXXIX 



overwhelming • reverses of fortune. Those 

A-v&r-hwSK-ming r5-v5r'-sSz 6t f6r^-ti«hine THise 
c-Wor-^u^eK-ming xi'tooxx^'^ti ato tat)r'=^tfc^ciin ^eti^ 
disasters which break down the spirit of a 
diz-ia'-tArz hwitsh brake d64a THi splrMt dv 4 
bte-a§''tbr3 t)ujtf(|) ixd\)t baun i^i fpit'-tt 2» a 
man, and prostrate him in the dust, seem to call 
niin ind prAs'-trdte him in THi dfist sime t66 kill 
mdu dnb prad'»trat)t \)im in Tjj-i bijjt §iem tu ta\)\ 
forth all the energies of the softer sex, and 
fAr<A ill THd ftn'-Sr-jifiz Av THd sftf'-tftr siks ind 
fo^rZiat)! §1 en'-er-t?c^ie5 att) ^t §af'-tbr §ecf« dnb 
give Buch intrepidity and elevation to 

glv sfttsh in-trd-pid'-6-t6 ind ftl-6-vi'-shin t5d 
gtt» §ijtf(^ m-tri-j)ib'-t-ti dnb el'i-»a''-[(l(»bnn tu 
their character, that at times it approaches 
THire kir'-ik-tir THit it times it ip-prA'-tshSz 
^ci^r iix''&d'iox Idt dt ttixn^ it dp'))ro'-tf^c« 
to sublimity. Nothing can be more touch- 

t66 8fib-bllm'-4-t4 nft/AMng kin b^ mAre titsh'- 
tu fcb-bltm'«i«ti nij^i'-tng tin bi mof)x tijtft^''- 
ing than to behold a soft and tender female 
Ing THin tAA b4-hAld' i sAft ind tin'-d&r f6'-mile 
ing ^dn tu bt-l>oljlb' oi §aft dnb tm'-bor ft'-mat>I 
who had been all weakness and dependence, and 
hAA bid bin ill w^^k^-n^ss ind d^-piu'-d^nse ind 
\)\x t)ih bin a^l ii_icf'-nf§ dnb bi-ptn''ben§ dnb 
alive to every trivial roughness, while tread- 
i live' tAA Av'-ftr-d triv'-yil rif'-nSs hwlle trid'- 
d-Iti»' tu e»'-ijr-i trih)''-LaI rijf'-ne§ l)u„ciK treb'- 
ing the prosperous paths of life, suddenly ri- 
ing TH6 prAs'-pftr-fts pi/As Av life s&d'-dSn-16 rl'- 
tiig ^i )>rag'-i>br-i)§ p&^^ ato leif §bb'-bfn-Ii rci'- 
sing in mental force to be the comforter 

ling In mftn'-til fArse tAA b4 THi kim^-fir-tftr 
fing in mcn'-tdl fot)r§ tu bit §i fbnf'-fijr-tcr 
and supporter of her husband under misfor- 
dnd B&ppAr'-tftr Av h&r hiz'' bind fin-'-diir mls-fAr-'- 
dnb §(ip-po^r'-tbr ato \)'6xx l)c«'-bdnb on'-bbrmtg-fa^r''- 
tune, and abiding with unshrinking firm- 
tshftne ind i-bl'-ding wiTH ftn-shrink'-ing fSrm'- 
tfc^bnn dnb d-bci'-bing u^i§ bn'f(^rinf''-ing form''' 
ness, the bitterest blasts of adversity. 
nSs TH4 blt'-tfir-est blists Av id-vir' sl-U 
ne§ ^i bit'-tbr-ejl bldjiS at» db-jcbr'.gi-tt 



As the vine, which has long twined its grace- 
is THi vine hwitsh hiz 16ng twln'd its grdse'- 
&i J^i ' min nJt\il) ^ai lang tu_ein'b it^ grcitjg'- 

ful foliage about the oak, and been lifted 
fil fAM^-ddje i^-b6it THi Ake ind bin lif'-tSd 
ful U^'ludiftid) d'-baut Jg-i Dl)f dnb bin lif-teb 

by it into sunshine, will, when the hardy plant 
bl it in'-tA sin'-shine will whSn THi hir^-d4 plint 
bti it in'-tu gbn'-fcjiein «Jl l)U^fn' igi ^ar'-bi pldnt 

is rifted by the thunder-bolt, cling round it with 
iz rif^ tSd bl THi MinM&r-bAlt kling rAdnd It wiTH 
ii rif-tfb bei ^fi 2ibn^-bbr-bol)U fling raunb it ujigt 

its caressing tendrils, and bind up its shat- 
its ki-rJs^-slng tSn'-drllz ind bind ip its shit'- 
it0 fd-=re§'-§ing ten'=brile dnb bctnb ii|) iti fc^dt'- 

tered boughs, so is it beautifully ordered by Pro- 
t&rd bAAz sA iz it bA'-t6-f41-U Ar'-d&rd bl prAv'- 
tbrb bau^ §0 ii it biu''»ti-=ful=Ii at)r'=biJrb bci prdto^- 

vidence, that woman, who is the mere depen- 
vi-dfense THit wdm^-fin hAA iz TH6 m^re de-pSn''- 
n)i-ben§ ^dt u^um'-iin '^n ii Jgi mitx bi^pen'- 

dent and ornament of man in his happier 
dSnt ind Ar-'-ni-mSnt Av min in his hip'-pd-tir 
bent dnb ai)r'-nd-ment aw mdn in )}ii l)d))'-))i«br 

hours, should be his stay and solace when smitten 
AArz shAd hi his sti ind sA'-lise hw4n smit'-tn 
aure f4)ub bi ))ii fta dnb fo'-la^§ ^u„m §miK-tn 

with sudden calamity; winding herself in- 
wiTH sid'-dSn ki-lim'-i-td wln'-ding h6r-s61f' in'- 
uj^ gbb-'-bin fd-ldm'-i-ti u^cin'-bing ]^brr=§elf tn'- 

to the rugged recesses of his nature, ten- 
tA THd r&g'-gSd Ti-shs^-Bhz Av hiz ni'-tshAre tSn'- 
tu ^i rbg'-geb ri-§e§'»§ed Sto ))ii nci'-tfc^iir ten'- 

derly supporting the drooping head and bin- 
diir-\i 8&p'-pAr ting TIU drAA'-plng hSd ind bln'- 
bijr^li §b'p'>|!cl;r-ttng ^i bru^'-ping l;ceb dnb bein'- 

ding up the broken heart, 
ding ftp TH6 brA''-kn hirt 
bing i>|) ^i bro'-In ^rt 

Washington Ibving. 



TJcrjeicOniB &Br unrcgermagigen 3eitaorfer. 



untfrff^teben. 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


I Abide 


abode 


abode, abidden. 


I Clothe 


clad, r. 


clad, x» 


- Am 


was 


been. 


- Come 


came 


come. 


- Arise 


arose 


arisen. 


-Cost 


cost 


cost. 


- Awake 


awoke, r. 


awaked. 


- Creep 


crept, crape 


crept. 


- Backbite 


backbit 


backbitten, back- 


- Crow 


crew, x* 


crown, r. 






bit. 


-Cut 


cut 


cut. 


-Bake 


backed 


backen, r» 


- Dare 


durst, r. 


dared. 


- Baste 


basted 


hasten, x. 


-Deal 


dealt, r. 


dealt, r. 


- Bear (iit) QiMxt) 


bore, bare 


born. 


- Deem 


deemed 


dempt, r. 


- Bear (i^ tragt) 


bore, hare 


borne. 


-Dig 


dug, digged 


<iug, digged. 


-Beat 


beat, hate, bet 


beaten, beat. 


-Ding 


dung, r. 


dung, X. 


- Become 


became 


become. 


- Distract 


distracted 


distraught, dis- 


It Befalls 


befell, befel 


befallen, befal'n. 






traughted, dis' 


I Beget 


begot, hecfat 


begotten, begot. 






tract, r. 


- Begin 


begun, began 


begun. 


- Distend 


distended 


distent, r. 


- Begird 


begirt, r. 


begirt, r. 


-Do 


did 


done. 


- Behight 


behot 


behight. 


- Draw 


drew 


drawn. 


- Behold 


beheld 


beholden, beheld. 


- Dream 


dreamt, r. 


dreamt, r. 


-Bend 


bent 


bent. 


- Drink 


drank 


drunk, drunken. 


- Bereave 


bereft, r. 


bereft, r. 


- Drive 


drove, drave 


driven, droven. 


- Beseech 


besought, V, 


besought, r. 


- Dwell 


dwelt 


dwelt. 


- Beset 


beset 


beset. 


- Eat 


eat, ate 


eaten, eat. 


- Bespit 


bespit, bespitted, 


bespit, bespitted. 


- Engird, or En- 


engirded, engirt 


engirded, engirt. 




bespat 


bespitten. 


girt 






- Bestead 


bestead, bested, 


bestead, bested, 


- Engrave 


engraved 


engraven, x. 






bestad. 


- Enrive 


enrove 


enriven. 


- Bestick 


bestuck 


bestuck. 


- Extend 


extended 


extent, r« 


- Bestrew 


bestrewed, r. 


bestrewn, r. 


-Fall 


fell 


fallen. 


- Bestride 


bestrode, bestrid 


bestridden, 


- Feed 


fed 


fed. 






bestrid. 


-Feel 


felt 


felt. 


- Betake (to — 


betook 


betaken. 


- Fight 


fought 


fought, foughtm. 


one's self) 






- Find 


found, fand 


found. 


It Betides 


betid 


betid. 


-Flee 


fled 


fled. 


I Bewray 


bewrayed 


bewrain, x. 


- Fleet 


fleeted 


flet, r» 


-Bid 


bid, bade, bad, 


bid, bidden. 


- Fling 


flung 


flung, flong. 




bode 




-Fly 


flew 


flown. 


-Bind 


bound 


bound, bounden. 


-Fold 


folded 


folden, X, 


-Bite 


bit, bate 


bit, bitten. 


- Forbear 


forbore, forhare 


forborn. 


- Bleed 


bled 


bled. 


- Forbid 


forbid, forbade 


forbid, forbidden. 


- Blood-let 


blood-let 


blood-let. 


— Forecast 


forecast 


forecast. 


-Blow 


blew 


blown. 


- Foredo 


foredid 


foredone. 


- Break 


broke, brake 


broken. 


- For(e)go 


for(e)went 


for(e)gone. 


- Breed 


bred 


bred. 


- Foreknow 


foreknew 


foreknovm. 


- Bring 


brought 


brought. 


- Forelay 


forelaid 


forelaid. 


- Brow-beat 


brow-beat 


brow-beat, brow- 


- Forelift 


forelift, r. 


forelift, r. 






beaten. 


- Foreread 


foreread 


foreread. 


- Build 


built 


built. 


- Forerun 


foreran 


forerun. 


- Burn 


burnt, r. 


burnt, r. 


- Forelend 


forelent 


forelent. 


- Burst 


burst 


burst, bursten. 


- Foresay 


foresaid 


foresaid. 


-Buy 


bought 


bought. 


- Foreshow 


foreshowed 


foreshown. 


-Can 


could 




- Foresee 


foresaw 


foreseen. 


-Cast 


cast 


cast. 


- Forespeak 


forespoke, fore- 


forespoken. 


- Catch 


caught, r. 


caught, r. 




spake 




_ Chide 


chid, chode 


chid, chidden. 


- Foretel 


foretold 


foretold. 


- Choose, chme 


chose 


chosen. 


- Forethink 


forethought 


forethought. 


- Cleave 


cleft, c\o\Q, clave 


cloven, cleft. 


- Forget 


forgot, forgat 


forgotten, forgot. 


- Climb 


clomb, r. 


clomb, X. 


— Forgive 


forgave 


forgiven. 


-CUng 


clung, clang, 


clung, clong. 


- Forsake 


forsook 


forsaken. 




clong 




- Forswear 


forswore 


forsworn. 



(LXXX) 



Vetitid)ni^ ttet nnr((jelma^t(|fn ^cttmorter. 



LXXXI 



Prbsknt. 


Ihpebfsct. 


Pakticiple. 


Pbbsbnt. 


Impekfect. 


Paeticiple. 


I Freeze 


froze 


frozen. 


I Misshape 


misshaped 


misshapen, r. 


- Freight 


fraught, x. 


fraught, r. 


- Misspeak 


misspoke 


misspoken. 


-Geld 


gelt, r. 


gelt, r. 


- Misspell 


misspelt, j. 


misspelt, r. 


-Get 


got, gat 


got, gotten. 


- Misspend 


misspent 


misspent. 


-GUd 


gilt, r. 


gUt, r. 


- Mistake 


mistook 


mistaken. 


- Oin (vid. To Be- 


gan 




- Misteach 


mistaught 


mistaught. 


gin) 






- Mistell 


mistold 


mistold. 


-Gird 


girt, r. 


girt,r. 


- Misthink 


misthought 


misthought. 


-Give 


gave 


given. 


- M-understand 


misunderstood 


misunderstood. 


- Glide 


glode, T, 


glided. 


- Miswrite 


miswrote 


mis written. 


-Go 


went 


gone. 


- Mow 


mowed 


mown, r. 


- Grave 


graved 


graven, r« 


- Must 


must 






-Grind 


ground 


ground. 


-Need 


need, r. 






- Grow • 


grew 


grown. 


- Newmake 


newmade 


newmade. 


- Hamstring 


hamstrung 


hamstrung. 


- Ought 


ought 






-Hang 


hung, r. 


hung, hong. 


- Outbid 


outbid 


outbidden. 


- Have 


had 


had. 


- Outdo 


outdid 


outdone. 


- Hear 


heard 


heard. 


- Outdrink 


outdrank 


outdrunk. 


-Heat 


het, X, 


het, * X. 


- Outfly 


outflew 


outflown. 


- Heave 


hove, r. 


hoven, hove, x. 


- Outgive 


outgave 


outgiven. 


-Help 


helpt, holp. 


helpt, holp, holpe. 


- Outgo 


outwent 


outgone. 




holpe, X, 


holpen, r. 


- Outgrow 


outgrew 


outgrown. 


- ffend (heni) 


hent 


hent. 


- Outride 


outrode 


outridden. 


- Hevr 


hewed 


hewn, r. 


- Outrun 


outran 


outrun. 


-Hide 


hid 


bidden, hid. 


- Outsell 


outsold 


outsold. 


-ffiffht 


kight, hot, hote 


hight, koten. 


- Outshine 


outshone 


outshone. 


-Hit 


hit 


hit, hot. 


- Outshoot 


outshot 


outshot. 


-Hold 


held 


held, holdm. 


- Outshut 


outshut 


outshut. 


-Hurt 


hurt 


hurt. 


- Outspeed 


outsped 


outsped. 


- Inlay 


inlaid 


inlaid. 


- Outspread 


outspread 


outspread. 


- Interweave 


interwove 


interwoven. 


- Outstand 


outstood 


outstood. 


- Inweave 


inwove 


inwoven. 


- Outstride 


outstrode 


outstridden. 


- Keep 


kept 


kept. 


- Outswear 


outswore 


outsworn. 


-Kneel 


knelt, r. 


knelt, X. 


- Outswell 


outswelled 


outswoUen. 


- Knit 


knit, knitted 


knit, knitted. 


- Outwear 


outwore 


outworn. 


- Know 


knew 


known. 


- Outweep 


outwept 


outwept. 


- Lade 


laded 


laden. 


- Outwork 


overwrought, r. 


overwrought, r. 


-Lay 


laid 


laid. 


- Overbear 


overbore 


overborne. 


-Lead 


led 


led. 


- Overbid 


overbid, overbad 


overbid, overbid- 


- Lean 


leant, lent, r* 


leant, lent. 






den. 


- Leap 


leapt, lept, r. 


leapt, lept, r» 


- Overblow 


overblew 


overblown. 


-Learn 


learnt, r. 


learnt, r. 


- Overbum 


overbumt, r. 


overbumt, r. 


- Leave 


left. 


left. 


- Overbuy 


overbought 


overbought 


-Lend 


lent. 


lent. 


- Overcast 


overcast 


overcast. 


-Let 


let 


let. 


- Overclimb 


overclomb, r. 


overclimbed. 


- Lie, id) liege 

- Lift 


lay 


lain. 


- Overcome 


overcame 


overcome. 


lift, r. 


lift, r. 


- Overdo 


overdid 


overdone. 


- Light ( — on) 


light, lit, t. 


Ught, lit, r. 


- Overdraw 


overdrew 


overdrawn. 


td^ trrffe (an) 






- Overdrink, refl. 


overdrank 


overdrunk. 


- Light, i(^ leudjjte, 


lit, X. 


lit, light, r. 


- Overdrive 


overdrove 


overdriven. 


}iinbe an 






- Overeat, refl. 


overeat, overate 


overeaten. 


- Load 


loaded 


laden, loaden, r. 


- Overfreight 


overfreighted 


overfraught, r. 


- Lose 


lost 


lost. 


- Overget 


overgot 


overgot. 


- Make 


made 


made. 


- Overgild 


overgilt, r. 


overgilt, r. 


- May 


might 


mote. 


- Overgird 


overgirt, r. 


overgirt, t. 


- Mean 


meant 


meant. 


- Overgo 


overwent 


overgone. 


-Meet 


met 


met. 


- Overhang 


overhung 


overhung. 


- Meine 
-Melt 




meint, meynt, fhent. 
molten, r. 


— Overhear 


overheard 


overheard. 


molt, X. 


- Overlade 


overladed 


overladen- 


Methinks 
It Misbecomes, 


methought 
misbecame 




- Overlay 

- Overload 


overlaid 


overlaid. 


misbecome. 


overloaded 


overloaden, r» 


I Miscast 


miscast 


miscast. 


- Overpay 


overpaid 


overpaid. 


- Misdeal 


misdealt, r. 


misdealt, r* 


- Overreach 


overraught, r. 


overraught, r. 


- Misdo 


misdid 


misdone. 


- Overread 


overread 


overread. 


- Misdraw 


misdrew 


misdrawn. 


- Override 


overrode 


overrode, o-ridden. 


- Misfall 


mis/ell 


mihfallen. 


- Overrun 


overran 


overrun. 


- Misgive 


misgave 


misgiven. 


- Oversee 


oversaw 


overseen. 


— Mishear 


misheard 


misheard. 


- Oversell 


oversold 


oversold. 


- Misknow 


mishnew 


misknown. 


- Overset 


overset 


overset. 


- Mislay 

- Mislead 


mislaid 


mislaid. 


- Overshoot 


overshot 


overshot. 


misled 


misled. 


- Oversleep, refl. 


overslept 


overslept. 


- Missay 


missaid 


missaid. 


- Overspeak 


overspoke 


overspoken. 


. Missend 


joissent 


misuent. 


- Overspread 


overspread 


overspread. 



Lxxxn 



Verie'i^nit^ tier unrfjjelmafjiijfn $txtwhlet. 



Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


I Overstrew 


overstrewed 


overstrewn, r. 


I Sow 


sowed 


sown, r. 


— Overtake 


overtook 


overtaken. 


- Speak 


spoke, spake 


spoken. 


- Overthrow 


overthrew 


overthrown. 


- Speed 


sped 


sped. 


- Overwork 


overwrought, r. 


overwrought, r. 


- Spend 


spent 


spent. 


- Owe 


ought, X, 


own, X. 


- Spell 


spelt, r. 


spelt, r. 


- Partake 


partook 


partaken. 


- Spet 


spetted, spet 


spetted, spet. 


- Pay 


paid 


paid. 


- Spill 


spilt, r. 


spilt, r. 


- Pen (up) 


pent 


pent. 


- Spin 


spun, span 


spun. 


-Plead 


plead, Xt 


plead, X. 


-Spit 


spitted, spit, spat 


spitted, spit, spit- 


-Put 


put 


put. 






ten. 


-Quit 


quitted, quit 


quitted, quit. 


- Split " 


split, splitted 


split, splitted. 




quoth 




— Spread 


spread, spred 


spread, spred. 






-Raff 


contr. raft, x» 


raffed. 


- Spring 


sprung, sprang. 


sprung. 


- Reach 


raught, r. 


raught, rought, r. 




sprang 




- Read *) 


read, rad 


read, rad. 


- Stand 


stood 


stood, stode. 


- Reap 


reapt, x. 


reapt, x. 


- Stave 


stove, r. 


stove, r. 


- Reave 


reft, raft 


reft. _ 


- Steal 


stole 


stolen, stoln. 


- Rebuild 


rebuilt 


rebuilt. 


- Stick 


stuck, stack 


stuck. 


- Recast 


recast 


recast. 


- Sting 


stung, stang 


stung, stang. 


- Rehear 


reheard 


reheard. 


- Stink 


stunk, stank 


stunk. 


- Remake 


remade 


remade. 


- Strew 


strewed 


strewn. 


- Remelt 


reinelted, t. 


remolten, r. 


- Stretch 


straught, x. 


straught, r» 


- Rend, Ren 


rent 


rent. 


- Stride 


strode, strid, 


stridden. 


- Repay 


repaid 


repaid. 




strad 




- Resow 


resowed 


resown, r. 


- Strike 


struck, strake. 


struck, stricken, 


- Respeak 


respoke 


respoken. 


f" 


stroke, strook 


strucken, strook. 


- Retake 


retook 


retaken. 


— String 


strung, Strang 


strung, r. 


- Retell 


retold 


retold. 


- Strive 


strove 


striven. 


-Rid 


rid 


rid. 


- Strow 


strewed 


strown. 


- Ride 


rode, rid 


rode, rid, ridden. 


- Swear 


swore, sware 


sworn. 


-Ring 


rung, rang, rang 


rung, rong. 


- Sweat> 


sweat, r. swet. 


sweat, r., swet. 


- Rise 


rose 


risen. 




stoat, stvate 


sweaten. 


-Rive 


rove, r. 


riven, roven, r. 


- Sweep 


swept, r. 


swept, r. 


-Rot 


rotted 


rot, rotten, r. 


- Swell 


swelled 


swollen, r., swoln. 


-Run 


ran, run 


run. 


- Swim 


swum, swam, 


swum, sworn. 


-Saw 


sawed 


sawn, r. 




stvom 




-Say 


said 


said, sain. 


- Swing 


swung, sioang 


swung. 


-See 


saw 


seen. 


- Take 


took 


taken. 


-Seek 


sought 


sought. 


- Teach 


taught 


taught. 


- Seeth(e) 


sod, X. 


sodden, sod, x. 


- Tear 


tore, tare 


torn, tore. 


-Sell 


sold 


sold. 


-Tell 


told 


told. 


-Send 


sent 


sent. 


- Think 


thought 


thought. 


-Set 


set 


set. 


- Thrive 


throve, x. 


thriven, r. 


- Shake 


shook 


shaken. 


- Throw 


threw 


thrown. 


- Shall 

- Shape 


should 
shape, X, 




— Thrust 


thrust 


thrust. 


shapen, r. 


— X 111 Uoli 

- Thunderstrike, 


thunderstruck 


thunderstruck. 


- Shave 


shaved 


shaven, r. 


- Tread 


trod, trode 


trodden, trod. 


- Shear 


shore, x. 


shorn, shore. 


- Unbend 


unbent 


unbent. 


-Shed 


shed 


shed. 


— Unbind 


unbound 


unbound. 


-Shew 


shewed 


shewn, x. 


- Unbuild 


unbuilt 


unbuilt. 


- Shine 


shone 


shone. 


- Underbear 


underbore 


underborne. 


- Shit, shite 


shit 


shitten, shit. 


- Underbid 


underbid 


underbidden. 


-Shoe 


shod 


shod, shodden. 


- Underbind 


underbound 


underbound. 


- Shoot 


shot 


shot, shotten. 


- Underbuy 


underbought 


underbought. 


-Show 


showed 


shown, r. 


- Undercut 


undercut 


undercut. 


- Sht-ed(Ishread) 

- Shriek 


shred 


shred. 


- Underdo 


underdid 


underdone. 


shright, r. 


shrieked. 


- Underfeel(tt.U.) 


underfelt 


underfelt. 


- Shrink 


shrunk, shrank 


shrunk, s-ken. 


- Undergird 


undergirt 


undergirt. 


- Shrive 


shrove 


shriven, shrift. 


- Undergo 


underwent 


undergone. 


-Shut 


shut 


shut. 


- Underlay 


underlaid 


underlaid. 


- Sing 


sung, sang 


sung. 


- Underlet 


underlet 


underlet. 


-Sink 


sunk, sank. 


sunk, sunken. 


- Underrun 


underran 


underrun. 


-Sit 


sat, sate 


sat, sate, sitten. 


- Undersell 


undersold 


undersold. 


-Slay 


slew 


slain. 


- Underset 


underset 


underset. 


-Sleep 


slept 


slept. 


- Understand 


understood 


understood. 


-Slide 


slid 


slid, slidden. 


- Undertake 


undertook 


undertaken. 


- Sling 


slung, slang 


slung. 


- Unrlerweave 


underwove 


underwoven. 


- Slink 


slunk, slank 


slunk. 


- Underwork 


underwrought 


underwrought, X*- 


-Slit 


slit, slitted 


slit, slitted. 


- Underwrite 


underwrote 


underwritten. 


- Smart 


smart, r. 


smart, r. 


-Undo 


undid 


undone. 


- Smell 


smelt, r. 


smelt, r. 


- Undraw 


undrew 


undrawn. 


- Smite 


smote 


smitten, smit. 


- Ungird 


ungirt, r. 


ungirt, r. 


It Snows 


snew, r. 


snoivn, X. 


- Unlade 


unladed, 


unladen. 


*) 2)it S!lu«fi)ra*e bit 


\ii unb ber bamit jufan 


tmtnacfeeten 3riH»8rter i 


J rleb, reb «ub reb. 







l!lcr3ctd)tti|j ttet unrfjjelma^iflen ^fitwortcr. 



lxxxth 



Present. 


Impebfect. 


Paeticiplk. 


Present. 


Imperfect. 


Participle. 


I Unload 


unloaded 


unloaden, r. 


I Waylay 


waylaid 


waylaid. 


- Unpay 


unpaid 


unpaid. 


- Wear 


wore, icart 


worn. 


- Unsay 


unsaid 


unsaid. 


- Weave 


wove 


woven. 


- Unstring 


unstrung 


unstrung. 


-Weep 


wept 


wept. 


- Unswear 


unswore 


unsworn. 


- Weet 


wot, wote 


wot, wotten. 


- Unsweat 


unsweat, r» 


unsweat, r. 


- Wend 


went, r. 


went, r. 


- Unswell 


unswelled 


unswoln, t. 


-Wet 


wet, wetted 


wet, wetted. 


— Untcach 


untaught 
unthought 


untaught, 
unthought. 


- Will 


would 




- Unthink 


-Win 


won, wan 


won. 


- Unwind 


unwound 


unwound. 


- Wind 


wound 


wound, w-en. 


- Unwring 


unwrung 


unwrung. 


- Wire-draw 


wire-drew 


wire-drawn. 


- Upbear 


upbore 


upborn. 


- Wit, Wot, Wote 


wot, wote 


icottcn. 


- Updraw 


updrew 


updrawn. 


- Withdraw 


withdrew 


withdrawn. 


- Upgrow 


upgrew 


upgi'own. 


- Withhold 


withheld 


withheld. 


- Uphold 


upheld 


upheld, upholden. 






w-h olden. 


- Uplift 


aplift, t. 


uplift, r. 


- Withstand 


withstood 


withstood. 


- Uplead 


upled 


upled. . 


-Wont 


wont 


wont. 


- Uprise 


uprose 


uprisen. 


-Work 


wrought, r. 


wrought, X* 


- Upset 


upset 


upset. 


- Wreak 


ii'ro[o)ke 


wroken, r. 


- Upwind 


upwound 


upwound. 


- Wreathe 


wreathed 


wreathen, r. 


-Wake 


woke, r. 


waked. 


- Wring 


wrung, ivrang 


wrung. 


-Wash 


washed 


washen, r. 


- Write 


wrote, writ 


written, writ. 


-Wave 


weft, X, 


weft, X, 


- Writhe 


writhed 


writhen. 


- Wax, n. 


wox, r. woze, wax 


waxertf x,, woxen. 




^ 





•<■ 



iCrurffel^Iet* 



©cUc <Spa.llt 
7 3 



8 
9 
18 
62 
80 
93 
04 



M 
173 
185 
210 
280 
28» 



3e<Ie 

26 u. 27 ». 
17 V. unten 



878 8 

421 a 

609 1 

6» 8 



21 . 


untcn . 




S3 . 


alttt • 




81 - 


o6en « 




20 . 


cbfit . 




18 


• unten 




81 . 


unten 




10 . 


ciett • 




26 . 


eien < 




16 . 


• unten < 




80 


. cten 




15 


> unten 




22 


• unten 




17 


- untcn 




11 


« pben 




88. 


unten • 




4 


• o6en 




7 


• unten 





24 8. 25 « 



oien tere man ber ©ta^el anfiatt fcie Sarenllau. 
Itfe man Accessariness anil. Accessariues. 

with anft. wtih. 

Serfc^negung anil. SuforamenfeiHegung. 

Archpresbyter7 ond- Archbresbytery. 

resemblance anft. ressemblance. 

sufferance anfl. safferanse. 

joints anil, joists. 

jteeit^etlig anil, gleicfclautenb. 

t>o)}))eIt^aIDeefiebert anjl. beppel^albgefitbert. 

grouse anil, grous. 

has anil. bat. 

(no^) anil. na*. 

{Ruf onfl. SRufe. 

Dyers anil. Diera. 

He 3o^ne fJumpf macfecn. To set on—, atjicjcn, f(^ttrf ma^en, 
ttefeen, anfl. bie 3atine an einanbcr wefeen u. f. ». 

a hearing ear onil. » hearing, ear. 

bo« JBauermenfct) anfl. ber ic. 

By-law anil. — la'W. 
unten lefe mon Outward anil. Ouward. 



r^f<- r',^. f^ii. f^t. Mi, met. Fine, fm. N6, move, n6r, got, 6il, clOi^d. Ti'ibe. tnb. full, t'fn, TH»f. 



A J i, «. I. (fin ©eftfWflut) ^fl« «. 2. 
[91lg.| 6n6 'H. 3. l^nnCelJ (atfurjuiifl fur 
Accepted, acceptirt) A. 4. [••Bfui.] t»rt6 A. 
5. l^i)l)itrm.] a, aa oDer aa f. AA 6. (in 
^c^ fjiirlccfeii ^iniit ccer niii (JnCe eme6 
SJerfeS Cifiir e« jut Serlniifleniiiji ciiier 
Cnlbe, jum ?{cime uii6 luirB iiii Diutfi()iii 

nidjt uberfeijt) 7. + ii. (tjeTt'Drbrii 

aui have} t)abtn. 8. t ». 6 (uccdurOeii 
cud Ae; er. 
C. Kor cloves and nutmeg to the line a 
And even for orunget to Cliina. 

Urydei*. 

7. I had not thought my body could a 

yielded. Beai'Momt and Ki.etchcR. 

8. I will leer upon him a* 'a cornea by. 

SlIAKSPBAHE. 

A per le *, ttt ottt bte Uiii'erol>id>lii1)e. 
Chaucer. 

A, A, <im6f(linnutfr ^Irtifd) ; em, eiiu, 
fill. ciSor ^lUortcrii, 6ie niit rinrm ®db|l; 
Irtutr o^fr eincni (Immiini h nnfnuflrn , i'er> 
ftnfcrt fid) a ill oj<; I'l^r ttm nfpiriruii h, 
^cn^ liiiifl n u, I'or eu, ew iitiB tt\n 5iJorte 
Cue (ji'trrtiK^: iiiiin Uiti) a). A man , ciii 
9Rniin, n home, till '^Jfet."', n use, ein Qit' 
►tiiiid), « eulogy, eill l'o&, o ewe, tiiic 
£(J)ii|tmitter, »ucli a one. rill foldjer. 

'- (6it eilll)l•itnu<5^rl'ltfflI6). Twominutei 
at - time, jivei '•JWimiteii l)iiitcreinnnttcr. 

- l|leljt UiT hundred, f)untert, thoHMand, 
MiifriiD, 111 brr &iniiil)l). il hundred «oldieri, 
5iuii6crt ®l>l^atcll. 

- (wad) in.iny, iiitiiitl)fr, «nch, tin fpfd)rr, 
half, eill Ijnitjcr). Mauy a flower, miilid)e 
S5(iimr; kudi a man, fill \v\d)tt 'iTtunn; 
half a league, einr tjMbt €riitiE>e. 

- (I'or, lew, luenijje, bejnljriib, vev good 
illib greiit niHuv). A feu, eiiil(|e ^eiiige. 

- (,jfi(jr ^a6 3}cr()iiltni0 eiiier €a(t>e jii 
riiinr aiibiTii nn, j. 5). riiufi ®eroid>r«, 
^a0rd, eiiirr Scit 't'- 

A mile «»i hour, )ll'lllMi(^ fine Wcitf. - 
day, tiigliil), ^efi liigeS. - year, j(il)rlirf), 
^e* Oiiljre. - pound, Mi ^fiiiif. oi'f "0^ 
^fiinD, per ^finio. 

A uniform duty of two ilillllngs a 

pound. Mc. CuLLOCH. 

A pin a day is a groat a year. Frasui.in. 

Ay it, 1. (<= u. nioDern> (|lc|)t por *l5iir: 

tliipien uiiti ifl eint 3iif<i"itnenjirt)iiiijj t>ti 

5eirifd)fn ag iiii6 mnnc^nifll t>e6 2Jonui>rte« 

oii>. t. " (uerborfen au6 in) in. 

1. I am a walking, id) flof)f iVrtjieren. To 
go (( foot, jli JJllge qtt)e\\. To be a bed, ini 
"Sttte icin. To go a begging. bcHfln fleljeii. 

2. Let such, a God's nume^ with fine 

wheat be fed. I'oHt. 

Ay k. (ali ajDrfdjino I'^et ^e« «Wiia)ri'utf« 
ipfjirn, jiiramineiiflejrflfn aii6 tem altteiirs 
l"(t)en ge oter 6eiii niifliif. an). To awake 
aniliitt to wake, oiiiipiidjeii. To arise niu 
ftnrt to rise, iiiifileljcn. Alive iiii|iiUt in 
life, am i?rbrii. 
EngL-'UtUsch. Worterbuch. I. 



ABA 

Casslus Is a weary of the world, (EnilTll* 
tfl ber iOclt liberbnifiia. Shakspeake. 

A, interj. (id)! Chaucek. 

A', (|"d)i>tt.) 9l(re«. 

A) a, (Ciae gr. alpha privativuni), (ctf : 
iiplioiiy, t. tie (£pri*d)io|lgfcit. l€d)tu. 

Aa, A>v, ». M"d)t'rt.> Pie (fl;riurd)t, 

AA, A, <gr. ana) liJ5l)iirm ] a. aa. 

AAAy oili'turjiiiig p. Amulgamatiun, 
Amalgama) l(il;tlil.) .\AA. |biun ". 

Aubaiii, ik bam, «. « [Q^i'tn.] ^M> 

Aaiii, am, i ... ^ , 

Aliiu > *" ^"" f)"^'"'"- '^''^^' '"^ 

Auiii* J ^'^'"' ^'^'"*' **''* ^^'"• 

Attronic, iiionik, ) adj. 1. t 

Aaruuicul, iiion Ikal.) >ilarond. 2. 
poin iE>ol)fii : ijjrifilerrtinte *ilnrpiiS. 

Aarunitex, Arou'ites, «. pi. tie 
inii(t)ti<iiiiiun 'iliiriMid. Ipiilnie. 

Aavora, A'v6ra, «. [$ot.] tic Oel; 

A* li«, Artium Baccalaureus, ^lU'Ci): 
Iniireii*. » CMl). 

Ab, ab, $. [Yjtbt. Knicnber] ber ^Koimr 

Ab, ab, (I. ab) «. 1. ein Int. '!))rnft.riim, 
Dad fine Irrnniing aiiieigt, ivie to abdi- 
cate, (ibbaitfeii. 2. ein eitgi. i)3rafixiiiii, 
batf )ii ^liifiinge pimi (S'taDteiiameii Die el)i;: 
niaiigc ^l)l)<ingujffir pun einer 'Jlbtei iiii)i'is]t: 
Abiugdon, Abbey town. 

Ab, ab, f. Abba. [9]7irii^ t)er 916ii&. 

Abab, Abab, «. (rU^itrpfr Der tiirr. 

Ababilu, Ai)ab'il6, ( «. [nu>i}iini. 

Abibil, ab'iL-il, ^ ■'}){\)t\).\ >ilba> 
6i|p, in. 

Abacist,ab as'st, ^(nltfir. abaciste) 

Abaci«ta,abaMst'a,5«.t^er9ied)iier. 

Aback, abak', (eiigt. buck n. a^riifi);.) 
ado. 1. <= iiiriirt , riirfiuiirte. 2. l-Dfnr.) }ii> 
rud gegen ben 'OJirtil. To lay - any sail, 
ein <£eijci nnf ben 'Jifiiil broffen. 

Aback, (rd)ott.) ude. lueit ab, fcrii. 

Abacut, ab-ikot, «. [engl. (i>erd).J bie 
Doppelfroiie. 

AbaCted, abakt'ed, (Int. ablgere; 
p. piiM. « mit 03fii>alt fortgetrieben. 

Abaction, abak'shiin, «• ^ iai ge: 
ipnitr.inie aUcgrrcibeii 

Abactor, abak'tiir, a. {J\t&)ti\)ft.] 
» ttv 9Sie()Dieb iiu 0)rrgen. 

AbaCU.<9, ab'akiis, (Int. abacus),*. I. 
ber 9efd)entird). 2. [•Jlrt^it-JOicSniilenpIiitte. 
3. (TOatl;cm.J bie 3ied)eiitafel. I 

Abacus harnionicus, ('OTfilf.] ber 9?e. 
fonnnitpben ; - major, [OJfin.] ber 5ii3ard): 
tcog; - Pytliagoiii:u», \>k\6 eiiiiiwleine; - 
logisticus, bie^pgiflif. 

Abaddon, aliad'dun, (f)cbr.abdn) «. 
(f)eil. ®e|d).] I. aibabbon, m. 2. ber-ilt>flrunb. 

Abaft, abatt', (iitigeir>id)r. beaettan) 
prucii. u. ado. [OTnr.] IjiiitcnuartJ , nncft 
^iiiten. <S-f)iffel5. 

Abaft, *. ['OTnr.l b.i? :f.iiitert()fil ri« 

Abaixauce, ab& .sai.»c, i. uucis- 
«nce. [». bii* Sdjriiflfcnilrr. 

AbalouiTs abazliOui', (fr. abat-jour; 



ABA 

Abalienate, Ibaie'ylnAte, {\at. 

abrtlienare) ti. a. 1. [ rom. 'Jvcdjt ) pen 
oii(3irn. 2. i eMtfrembcu, nPiueiibig miid)eii, 
f. Alienate. 

Abalienation, aiialeyeua'shiin. s. 

[ri'ui. 9eert)t) tie a5ir.iii(jecmig; b(i6 ^^liifgo 
ben jii OiiniTfii »!liitercr. f. Alienation. 

Abuitd, aband', v. a. '' lerlaffcii, 
nufgebcii. ^ Speaser. 

Abandon, aban'diin, (iiftgntl). band 
u. on) i>. a. I. f periaffen (riiie gniii to. 
2. i pcrliiffen, nbfiiUen pen ... 3. niifGefreii 
(einen il^roii 20. 4. (to) >J5rei<5 flebeiKG-iiinn). 

6. (to) ilbtrlnJTen (IniJfn G'liieiii). 6. [Seelj.l 
niifflc&en (ein ®d)iff); aS('rjid)t leineii (aiif>. 

7. (from) Dcrtreil'cn, I'erbnnueii mnS). 

7. And to abandon hate and malice 
tar. Saikviile. 

To - all, 9liic« bnf)iiige(>fn. To - all 
hope, (ifle ijrffimng f<il)rcii hifjen ober mU 
gcben. To - one'» selt to, fid) ubfriiiffcn, 
fid) crgebeii (ber irniifeiil^eit 20. To - over 
(to) ■> >J5rei(5 gcbcii, bnljingebcn. Drydeh. 

Abandon, *. i. ■> bit giiifgeOniig 
(eine« ©d)iid)te6 in eiiiein ajcrguerfe >. 
Kames. 2. * ber SScrliiffer. Vanuvs. 

Abandoned, aban'dund. purl, 
adj. I. iHTlniTcn. 2.i'iJ5rei6 gcgcben, l)ingcges 
ben, mifgefetjt (eincr ®nd)C). 3. iH-rborben, 
uermorfen, lai.»i:l;nft (pon >;H?nird)i:n). 4. 
abfd)eiilid), penuorfeii (von ®nd)eii). 

An - wietcii, ein el)riofiT £d;ii\t, fine 
gpi0bubiiin. - lands, l;crrcnlpfe, pDmOJJccre 
irorfeu gelfgte I'linbrreim. 

Abandoner, abaii'tiu.ivir, «. ber 

SSerlaffir. BEAiMciirr and Kletch.*R. 

Abandoning-, a.>aii'dmu.ig, #. i. 
bie25erliifTniig, bad aSerkiiTcn. 2. I9ecd)t«fpr.j 
bie r!liifgcbuiig. 

Abandonment, aban'dunmlnr, 
s. !. ba6 ajfrmffeii , bie aSerlnff-in!); SBcrj 
Iiiffeiiljeit, bn6 SBcrinffenfein. 2. [5fcd)tgfpr.] 
bii6'.!lufgebeii, bie miifgrbiitig. 3. 1 i(i6 eid)» 
^ingeben, bie ^ingebung. 4. [Seel;.] bie 
2}erjid)rlei)liiiig. 

3. The complete — to mirth and good 

lellowship. \V. Irving. 

4. — frequently takes place in cases of 

cai)tiire. Mc. Cuu.ocii. 

Abanduill, aban'dum, «. l-Jlrc^OOl.] 
ber Pfrlnfffiie (iJcgenilnnb. 

Abaunition, abannisli'un, ((at. 
abannitio) #.* [nltei?9?i'd)tl Die !5.rbanniing. 

AbagitiNta, abapiK'ta, ^gricd). 

Abapti.Ston, abapli»'tuii,y<bapti!>- 

ton) *. [c^ir. 5[!3rrf.jc"gl ber Irrpnn. 

Abarcy, ablr'^e, ». * Die llnerfntt- 
lidjfeit. [v. a. niifbfcfcn. f. Bare. 

Abare, Share'. (aiigeirMd)f. abarl.^n) 

Abarnare, ablmA ic, v.n. [9Ced)r£> 
fpr.l bem ?{id)trr eiitbecfni. 

Abarticuiation,ai.aiiiki'iiA'siitiii, 
(Int. abaiticulatio) t. [-Hunt. I Pie itni'd)t'n: 
filgiing. 

A bns. abas'. *. Iperf (Sewidiriein <21(>uf . 
1 



Fate. far. fall, fat. Mi. met. Fine. fin. IV6. indvp. n6r. ^of. 6il. r\d\u\ Tiilie. jTih. fnll. i/mii. Trils. 



ABA 

Al»nste, a'oasc'. (frnitj. al>aiK»er) v. a. 

1. llil'^frll^(Tfn. 2. f u. |! rrniebrinen, it-- 
v.\ml)ic\tn, nieberfdjlaacii. 3. ['Wiiir.] |Treid)en 
(Me 5''iMC)- 

To - the eye. f bngSIiige nie6erfd)(nflen. 

Aliased, abAst', p. post, [iperlb.] 

flcffllft. 

Abatement, abase'ment. #. I. bilf 
■Jiicbcrmffcn. 2. ± bie 5iie&etflerd)lii(]eiil;dt; 
Priiicbrigiiiin. 

Aba<sll, abasli'. (fr. abaisser) ». a. I. 
(nf) terrfj.imen, uerlcflcn ninrfjeii (ii'Cflcu). 2. 
(at) im pass. be\(i)c\mt feiii Ouegeii) , Hd) 
fdninifn (eiiifr ©tid)c) (('i(?'iu. mid) titit of.). 

A'ba.sliiiient, abasli'ment. t. t bie 
iPefd)(imiiM<i, 95erle(ifnl)eit, iBeriuirniiig. 

Abasslie, abaisli', *.* bie SJenuir- 
riinn. GowER. 

jiltasKi, abls'si ) t. [pert". »wrinjc] 

Jll»a.<ssis,abas'six.^Dcr'3lf>n(Tiob.9ttn*. 

Abatable, aliA'labl. (l>mi abxte) 
adj. [9{ed)t] ma6 iinfliiltifl flenind)t luerben 
fnim. [(5?nnbel) bie «!lu6f(tiie<'Jl3i'ne. 

Abat-cliaiiv^e, aba'sli/ivA, s. 

Abate, abate', (fr. abattre) v. a. 1.' 

iiicberreigcii , jeriirTcii (cine*JJfiiiier 20. 2. 1 

rniicbrifleii, bemiltfjifleii. 3. * iiifbcri"d)laneu 

eiittiiiit^ineii. 4. (i['}ie()en, rnbiUtireii. 5.! 

vcrffirjen. 6. iicrriiiflerii, uerfurjcii , i>en«in 

berii ; iintnuflfic^ tiind)eii. 7. iindjIijfTe" (eine 

Slbfldbe jc). 8. [3Jcd)t] imgnltig tiiiid)en, iiiu; 

flpficn. 9. I9(citf.]. To - curvet., jtiirl)et= 

Ifii mnd)cn. 

5. O weary nigUt, long and tedioim 

niglit 

Abate thy lioum, shine comforts from 

the Ea.<it. Shakspeake. 

To - an estate [9?ecf)t6fpr.] ein ®iit lui; 
berred)ttic^ in ©eftfj ncl;nien. To - of or 
fioni the price of goods, ben $rei6 POn 
S33niiren (jerabfe^en. 

Abate, v. n. 1. nbne^men, fid) per: 
minbern, na<f)la^(\\, fid) Icflen. 2. (of) vtt-. 
lieren (nil ©tarfe ic). 3. iniic()nlten. 4. [9{ed)t] 
nnnuUia luerben. 5. [9{ed)t] (id) ein«6 ®ute« 
fiem(i(^tigen , ef)c ber red)tinn^igf (irbe bnuon 
iieft^ nenomnien Ijnt. 6. [3{citf.] itiirbetten 
tniK^cn. 

2. Some diseases hare abated of their 

virulence. Drvdek. 

3. Yon will begin to think my epistolary 
offerings ratlier prodigal; hut until 
you answer, I shall not abate. Byrom. 

To abate of spirits, ben *0?utf) per^ 
(ierell. To - in one's flesh, pDtn {Jleift^e 
fnflen, iibfnricn, nl>nef)men. 

Abate, abate', «. f bie ilSeniiinbe> 
rinif;. Broww. 

Abateleinenf , abatll'ment, <. 
[©eel).] bai ^nnbcISpenbot, bie ijixinbel^j 
fperre. 

Abatement, ab&te'ment, t. I. * 
tai 'DTiebcrreipen, aibbreiten, 3erfliJrcn; ber 
3iiflnnb, M Q-tmai niebrrgeriiTen tc. ifl, bie 
Sfriloriing. 2. • ber ®d)IO(i, bie 20en= 
bung (be<5 Olucf*). 3. ber 91f>iiig (am {«e. 
halreif.-). 4. bieSBerminfceniiifl, SSrrringerung, 
Slbnnhme. 5. - pber Rebate ISpnnbel] ber 
^iiidMafj (nn einer Snhlnng). 6. 19{rd)r] bie 
5BtTiiid)riiiig emee flfrid)rlid)en 2}eu1)iiiiTe#. 
7. I9frd)t] bie gnvi-iirriinif ^ffi^nrhmiing ri. 
Ht40}iire«. 8. ipertb.] Me SBfrminberunfl ber 



ABB 

rofirbe eine* QBappeiiS biird) ein ^eijeidten 

2. Such as have followed his ways arc 

now sure from the a bat em en is ol 

fortune. Got den Boke 

To make abate ni e n ts. nbjieljeil , nb: 
red)nen. But when all things arc rightly 
computed and just abatements mad 
liber 9lllc« iud^I erivogen. No — made [S>nn: 
bel] , beftiniinter $rei6. Shop in which no 
- is made , ein jtoiiflaben , ii'D man ^u be-. 
flimmten, feflgefe^ten ^rcifen perfauft. 

Abater, }t. !. eine'}5erfon, 

.Abator, abA'tur.^ bie l)erabff(jt ober 
uerminbert. 2. eine ©fld)e, bie permiiibertober 
\'ct>ma(t)t, bn« iSermiiiberungS;, DanipfungiJ: 
■5Jiitte(. 3. i ber 55.Ttniuberer, 3erflijrer. 4. (Ji 
ner, ber fid) ber (SJiirer eine« 23er)lurbeucu ge; 
lualtiani bemad)tigt. 

Abating-, abA'i'ng, «. bie SJrrmiiis 
beriing, ber ^lilbjng. [ber SSerljaii. 

Abatis, abate'. (fr. nbaltre)*.[ilriegyf.] 

Abattoir, abaltwir', (fr. abattoir) 
I. taS ©d)liid)tl)an«. 

Abatude, ab'A>ude, «. [9?r(^t] bie 
SSerringernng nm SSJertlje, bie perringertc 
6aiJ)c. [res) *. pi. [<IBaibnifpr.] ber ^Ibrritf. 

AbatlireS, ab'atslnires. (fr. abaltu 
Aba^ved, abiiwd', (fr. e'balii) adj 

erflaiint. Chaucer 

Abb, ab, (nngeff ab) «. [3nbU|T.] ber 

3ettcl (.mid) abbwool). 

Abba, ab'ba, (I)e6r. ab) I. latt)'w\>. 
jRirdig.] ber 93atcr. 

Abbacy, ab'basi. *. 1. f bie ©igen: 
fd)aft einefi 91bte«, f. Abbots hi p. 2. bie 
93envaltiing ber 9l6fei. 

Abbatial, abba'shal, ^(fr. abbatial) 

Abbatical,abb8t'ekai,yt(</. abtUsi), 
abtcitid). 

Abbe, ab'be, t. ber 9rbt, 916 be. 

Abbess, ab'bls, (fr. abbesse) s. bie 
'aicbtinn, ^lebtiffinn. Lady Pb. mother ab 
besi. bie $iirenipirtf)iMn. 

l??*'^*,.,' i- tie Wei. 
Abby, ab'be, ) 

Abbey-lubber, ab'beiubbur, «. 

I ber faille Wond). 

Abbot, ab'biut. ((at. abbas) «. 1. ber 
916t. 2. l&tfd). P. OeniiaJ - Pber - of the 
people, ber aji'lffabt. 

Bishop -, ber S&tfd)Ofabt; cardinal — , bcr 
.'Riirbinalabtj commendatory — , ber Welti 
lid)e Xitnlnrnbt; regular -, ber Drben^obr; 
lay -, ber lU«ltIid)e9Jbt; croziered -, mitred 
-, ber inflllirte 9ibt; - in commendam, f. 
commendatory — . —' s priory, (SlMlbPIl), 
bn5 (Jieffingnig King's- pb. Queen's- bench. 

Abbotsltip, ab'butship. s. bie<H$iirbe 
t»berbn6 9Jmteiiie«9tbtc« ober einer ^lebriffiiin. 

Abbretl voir, abbrev war'. (fr.abreti 
voir) «. 1. bit Iriinfe. 2. [91rd)tt.l bie 
Kitifpnlte. 

Abbreviate, abbrI'veAte. ((at. ab 
breviare) v. a. 1. obflirjen (^orte), per; 
f I'irjen , juramnieiiiieljen. 2. [••Watljeni.) ab. 
fi'irjrn. (ber 9(ii«$iig. 

Abbreviate, * -f bie 91bfiirjuiig, 

Abbreviation, abbreveA'slniti. t. 
I. bn« 9lbfiir}en, bit ^JiWiajnng. 2. bie^Ib; 
fi'iriiing (tai 9(bfiirjen lUi'nirjniigfieid/en 
bfitii isdjreiben). 3. |-)Ji'»itlieni.l b. •iiPriirjiiiig. 

Alibreviator, ^bbieveaiur, «. 1. 



ABE 

ber gibfilrjer. 2. [pi'ip|l(id)e ^aiiiret] pi. hit 
'■}^bbre^'iar^.^ren. [iibfiirjenb. 

Abbreviatory, abbre'veatiiie. tidj. 

Abbreviature , abbre'veatslnire, 
*. 1. * bie 9(bfi'ir,iunn, i<\6 ^Ibfiiriiinfl^jei' 
d)en. 2. ber 9lii^jufl, ber fiirje Siibegriff. 

AbbrOClieinent , abbro'lshment, 
*. baS 2liifftiiifeii (u. 2Bnaren). 

Abb-wool, f. Abb. 

Abby, f. Abbey. 

ADC, abesi'. [5iipl)abet] *. ba5 9IS3(r. 

To be at the - (of), nod) beiiii 9125(F (einet 
fiiinil 21.) (lc()en. f'llbbaln. 

Abdal, ab'dal, ». (perf. •=))foiii-f)) ber 

Abderite, ab'dei iie. *. ber 'llbbcrire. 

Abde.«t, ab'desi, *. [mal)iMn. 9felig.J 
tai ic>anbea>ard)en. 

Abdicant, ab'dekant. (lat. abdicans) 
arf;. abbanfenb; (ofjenrf.igenb (eincrSadje). 

Abdicate, ab'dekaie. (lar. abdlcare) 
V. a. 1. niebcrlegeii, aiifgcbeii (tin 9(nir). 2. 
abfe^en , ©inen einc^ 9{ed)r5 bemiiben, ent» 
feiien. 3. (einem 9ied)te 10 entfagen. 4. [a(» 
teg 9(ed)t] perflogen, enterben. 

Abdicate, v. n. obbanfen, eineni 
9{ed)te entfagen. 
Though a king may — for his own person, 
he cannot — for the moiinrrliy. Burke. 

Abdication, abdeka'shuu, t. (of) 
1. bie g^ieberlegung (eine^ 2Initg), 9i6ban» 
fling. 2. ± bie ©•ntfagiing. 3. * bie &nt» 
erbiing, iBerjtognng, aibfefjung. 

Abdicative, ab'deUativ, adj. t 
eine G-iitfagiing mit fid) bringeiib. 

Abditive, Ib'deiiv, (lat. abdere) 
adj. f perbergenb. 

Abflitory, ab'deiuie [niitfe(a(t. 2nf. 
abdltorium] s. I. ber SBerfterf. 2. (93i)t.] 
ber !8e()nlter. 

Abdomen, abdo'men, ab'd&men, 
Hat. abdomen) ». [91nat. n. ©ntoni.] btt 
Unterleib. 

Abdominal, abdntn'menal, adj. 
[9Inat.] ben Unterleib bctreffnib; - Pb. in- 
guinal ring, ber Ceiflcnring. 

Abdominals, abdom'mJnali, ».pl. 
f3d)t()i)iil.] bie 33aud)flofi'fr. 

Abdominous, abdom'menus, at^. 

1. [91nat.] ium linterleibe ge()i^irig. 2. i 
fd)nieerbiiiid)ig. Cowper. 

Abduce, abdijxe', ((at. abducn) v. a. 

(SaSiffenfd).] bcivegeii, abjieljen, ()iiiivenben, 

brc()en I'on einer iiad) einer anberii ©cite (j. 

55. t>i\6 9(iige). [al)}iel)enb. 

Abducent, abdi'i'sent, adj. [■ilnat.] 
Abduction, abduk'shun , M. 1. 

[9lnat.] bie 3tbjiei)iing, 91ii^wart*beivegiing. 

2. (X>ibaf.] bie SScmegnng, SOenbiing nad) 
einer nnbern ©eite. 3. [9fed)t] bie e-iirfri()» 
rung, 9lbfril)riing. 4. [?og.] bie 9(Pbiiftii'n, 
9lpagL>ge (eine beiVnbere -Jlrr I'fn ^jeiui'ifen). 

Abductor, abduk'tur. t. I. [9lnat.] 
ber 9Jb,iiel)er, 9tbjirl)niiii5fe(; - auris, bcr 
nbjifl)enbe OI)reiiinii?ffl ; - oculi. ber abjic» 
l)enbe "Jliigennui^fel; - pollicis, ber '31biiel)f« 
be# Cantilena ; — digiti niininii, ber "ilbjie* 
l)er be* Olinniger^ k. 2. ber (i>elenfbriid). 

Aliear, al)are', (rtligell'. abaran) o. a. 
* To -- ones self, fid) aiiffi'ihren , fid) 6e» 
iirl)inrn, fid) betragen. Spehser. 

.Abearance, ai>A'raiise. $. [9?ed)t] 
ba6 betragen, b iUu|fiil)ruiig (and) Abearing). 



Fale, far, f^Il, (at. M*, met. Fine, fin. N6, move, ii8r. got, Ail, cMd. Ti^be, tub, ftill. tAin, THis. 3 



ABE 

Abecedarian, ibisedi'rean, «. 

1. ^rr 9l6clef)rer. 2. fcer 9l6cf(f)riler, 6 bet 
SlttiAil^. (5J6c (jefiorig. «. bit 916ctnfe(. 

jtbecedaryf ib^sldare, adj. )||i\l 

AbeclieTdf abelshf (oltfr. abe'dier; 
p. fMi$t. adj. onnttiot. 

Abcd> abed', (a ^rnf^nim ii. bed) 
(jfnr in beJl) ndv. * )U obet tm !8ttt«. 

To be brought — (Willi), jel^t lo be brouglil 
lo bed (of) niebtrfomnieii (mit). 

Abedg-e - f. Abide. GowER 

Abec^S'e - f. Abide. [(Jiitffrming. 

Aii«'!i(;lif ade. (fdjort.) in iiii(iilli(f)er 

Abele, ai.ele'. / #. « IVor.i 

Abel -tree, i'bel iree.^ Me 91ie>rr. 

Ah<>lian,abe'iiaii. i [^M] m. [Kir: 

Abc^lo iiianf >d>en(i.]brr^bcliv 

A'lif*lit(r, I Hire. 

Ab<'liii<>Kcliu<tf abeluio('ku«, ober 

AbeliiioKk', Dber 

Abelinunk') (ntnb. babb el nimk) 
«. (!&oM bet 'Mf'elmprrfjiiS. 

Aber, ab'er, *. « bet QliiC-ftiif} , bit 
(Ftiiiefiiinfl (eine« 5""(T'« in bn» '^ctt ic). 
(Siefe< ^ott i)t(bet nut ncA) @tnbtenanien, 
wit Aberdetn). 

Abereinurder , ib^remur'dur. 

(oiiiielf. abere) t. « l^'ed)t] bet I'OtfiiljIid)' 

li'brfrf)la<i (fid) I'etirtcn, obitrcn. 

Aberr, aber', (Int. aberrsre) v. n. i 
Aberrance, aber'ranxe.^ «. (from) 
Aberrancy, aber'ransi. ^ t •• 6'* 

9KMiTimii, 93crirtiina. 2. iitt ^nti)um. 
Aberrant, aber'rant, adj. -f a6irteiib. 
Aberration, aberrA'thun, «. I. 

bie »]lMttuii<) (Bon eineni SCege), Mbiueicftiing. 

2. i bet Orrgnng; Otttfjimi. 3. [2l|lroii.l 
bif MMrriiiifl. Crown o'f - [9lflton. u. Cpt] 
bcr 9U'iftiin(i*ftei«. 

Aberruncate, ab^run'kite, dat. 
Hbarriincure) v. a. « niit bet iQ3iir)e( au6- 
reigen. (luin, s. 

Abeituin, ibi'sum, «. [CTfjcm.] 9I6e: 

Abet, abet', (a ilJtiifituni ii. A*iigr(f. be- 
«nn. gebetan) v. a. — ling, — ted. 1. | u. j 
uiuftililfjen; 55ptf(^ii6 Hjunffinem. 2. I an- 
fliften, <inttei6cn, <int)tfytn, niifreiien (^es 
mnnbeii). 3i nnfliften (Gtii'n«). 4. [5{erf)t] 
oiiiliften. [jlniib, bet 2Jiirf(t)ii6., 

Abet, abet', «. tbn«9Iii|liften,beta3ei: 

Abetment, abet'ment, t. I bie Sill' 
Refiling, ber 95pri"(l)u6. 

Abetter, ^ *. bet <!In(liftet, 

Abettor, abet'iur, ] «Uii^e$et, <»rih 
fd)iiiMge. 

Abevacnation, ab^vakdi'iliun. 
(Inr. abevacuatio) s. [^ntf)p(.] bie luiberiid" 
ti'irli^e, uiigcreiite ^lUIeitung. 

Abeyance, abA'anse, (fr. abeyance) 
«. I. 19{ed)tj bie 91iiiwntrfdjnfr. 2. bie O'rle: 
bigimg. In -, l)i'freiirt>6, ni<t)t jiigciuicrcii, 
ill) ©tteite fccfiiiMid). 

Abfi-reg-ate, ab'gr^giite. (tat. ab- 
gregare) r. a. <= UPii brt jfyrctbc ttcillieil. 

AbK'ren'ation , abgiegi'sliun, «. 
• bie ^U'fiiibrriiiig ihmi brt i^prerbc. 

Abiior, abh6r'. (IiU. abliorrere) P. a. 
— ring. - red C from). I. i<ftilf'r(1)rilfn. 2.(1 
i'friid)rni , i<rn(1)iiiii()rii. 3. |fnii. 3(rrf>r] \(i: 
ctl;(ft i>rru'iTiVii. 

Ahii4»rrenre, abiior'rlii«e.^<. Miiir 

Abiiorreucy, abliur'renv^.^oi ii:ib 



ABJ 

from). 1. btr mf^tu (UDt). i. bie mntu 

gung (gegen). [nen ob. Qtmai uetnbfc^eucn. 

To hold anyone Db. any thing in -, ©is 

Abltorrent, abhor'rlnt, adj. 1. tnit 

9Jbfcf)eu ctfuflt, uctrt6fc<)euenb. 2. (to, fcltcn 

from) * unueteinfeni (mit). 3. (to) entgcgen 

(dat). 4. (to, aud) from) juiuibetlniifeiib 

(einet (£«4f). [mit Mbfdjeu. 

Abltorrently , abhSr'rentle. adv. 

Abiiorrer, abhir'rur, «. 1. ©inct, 
bet i>ctnbfd)eiit, Ijiigt. 2. (engl. ®ef(^.) bet 
etfliitte®egnet(b.bifd)5(l SSctfnffunjp.HuME. 

Abiiorringr, abhir'r'ng, I. 1. II 
bet (5)fgcii|1nnb bre 9J6f4eu« , itftf^eu. 2. 
bet ^ibetmiftc, 9lf<'"(l)eii. [aibib. 

Abib, a'bib. (fwbf.) «. bet <IKoiint 

Abid, <= pr. iHMi Abide. [tnttjalt. 

Abidance, abtdanse. «. t bet 3Iuf: 

Abide, alijile.' (nngelf. bidan. abi- 
dan) praet. u. pp abode, v. n. I. bfeiben, 
I'cnueilen. 2. tvrfjiirii. 3. l a) uetfiinfen 
fciii, tief fferfeii (in ber Sfinbe jc). b) (upon) 
uetljntten, blcibcn, nnihotten, autl)aiun (bt'o. 

To - by I. uerfjatten (bei). 2. beiiteljen 
(?inem, (?inen oettljcibigen, untetffil^en. 3. 
fid) f)<i(ten (an) , (idb ilufytn (nuf). 4. ben 
ffolgen (eined ereigiiiffeO fidf untetjieljen 
cbet untenuftfen. 
4. To abide by the event. Webster. 

To — for, n, lunttcn (niif). 

Abide, v. a. (regedn.). 1. ttnari 
ten ; l luntfen (onf). 2. au6{tti)tn, nu«f)iilten. 
3. t oftnntivDttlid) fein , fleljen (fur). 4. biis 
gen, (tl)euct) bejnl)ten (fur eine 1f)nt). 

3. And let no roan abide this deed. 
But we the doers. Sharspeare. 

4. If it be found so, some will dear 

abide It. Shaksp^re. 

Abider, abl'dur, «. l. t bet, mU 
(f)et bteibt, bet©ini«ol)ncr. 2. i betSeibenbe, 
bet iveft^et au6i)alt. 

Abidingr* abl'dtng, «. 1. tai S3et> 
weilen, 35(eiben. 2. ber 93cftnnb, bie ZJouet. 
3. II bn6 <H3nftfn. [lonfirenb. 

Abiding-ly, abi'd'ngli, adv. forts 

Abietic, abiet'ik, (lat. abies, lonne) 
adj. [(Ffjem.) - acid, bie tnnncnfjnrjfmire. 

Abig-ail, ab'igil, «. I. ba« £am.- 
mermnbrf)cn. 2. | ein b&fc* SaSeib. 

Abiiiinent, f. Habiliment. 

Ability, abil'^tl. (ft. habilete). 1. 
bie (53er(()i(fli(^fcit. 2. bat Anient; pi. bie 
geifligen Slnfflgen. 3. bie Jfnfjigfeit, bai Oes 
f(f)irf. 4. bie. (nmrcriclfe) j?rnfr, OTndjt. 6. 
bie CSJerbmiftef, ». pi., bai SBerniijgen. 

Abintestate, aiiuues'iaie, (lat. 

ab intestato) adj., ab intestato, rf^ne (e^ten 
SGiflcn. 

Abislierintr, abisli'urfng, «. [JJeix 
bnlr.] bie 95efri'iiiiig I'tMi Odbttrnfcn. 

Abisni, abizui', (fr. abinie)«. f ber 
^bgriinb, Shakspeare. 

Abject, ab'jJkt, (lat. abjectus) i>er» 
morfrn, eleiib, grnieiii. 

Abject, aii'jekt, t I. ber uerroorfcne 
«JJienfcf). 2. ber &lave, Sm(t)t. Shak. 

Abject, abjeki'. v.a. " I. iwfgiufrffn. 
2. iTrwcrffn. 3. i nii'bfrrd)I>igfn (brn (J)ei|l). 

Abjectedne.<««, abjek'tcdnls, ». 
bie 2Si'ni'ijrfi'iihfir. 

AI»jecti«»n, al>jek'Nlii'in. ) «. I. bie 

AbJ<*ctueNii« ab'jekinet.^ SSenvi'r> 



ABL 

fenfieit, Wiebettr^Hgfeit. 2. [l bie (Stniu 
btigung (uot ®ott). ^ [niebertra(<)tifl. 

Abjectly, ab'jektii. adv. ueriDorfen, 

Abjudicated, abju'dekated. (Int. 
abjiidicatiis) p. pats. adj. gcri(()tli(^ nbgf< 
fj)rt>(^cn. [giire) V. a. nbipcf)cn, nbiVnnncn. 

Abjug'ate, abjugaie, (Int. ahju 

Abjuration, abjui-a'shuu, s. 1. bie 
91bfd)worung. 2. (nlre« engt. 9fe(^t) bie(Fnt« 
fngiing. 3. (engl. <^e\<t}i<t)te) Oath of -, bit 
9Ibrd)ii)orung bei ^prritenbenteii. 

Abjuratory, abjd'rituri, adj. cine 
9lbr(f)i»oriing entbnitenb. 

Abjure, abjure', ((nt abjurare) v.a. 

I. nbfdjiutiren. 2. 1 uerfrfimoren (cine <Sad)t), 

ihr entfngcn. X jiiriirfneljmcn (©d)impf» 

luorte). 4. (engf. 9{ecf)t) uerbniinen. [Shak. 

2. No rallier I (Lear) abjure all roofs. 

Abjure, ». n. (alt,^i engt. SWecfjt) 
bne Honigreid) uerfc^ivSren , ficf) ciblid) iicr» 
bint<n, bnfi K&nigreic^ nuf imiiicr ju meiben. 

Abjurement, abjuie'uieut, t. bit 
0-Mtrngiing. 

Abjurer, abju'rur, «. (finer, ber ab> 
fd)ivi3rt. [tare) v. a. entiuBljncn (ein itinb). 

Ablactate, ablak'tale, (Int. ablac- 

Ablactation, ablakiA'uhun, t. 1. 
['iJ5I)i)fio(.] bie Gntn)D()nung. 2. [iftortif.) bn« 
9Ibrniigen. [^i5crrenfeibe. 

Ablaque, ab'lak, «. [ji>nnber] bie 

Ablaqueation, ablikwea'shuu, 
(Int. ablaqueatio) *. [.^ortif.] bn« 9lnfgrn» 
ben ber SSnrjeIn (eincS 95nume5). 

Ablation, abli'shuu, (int. ablatio) 
I. 1. bie 2Begnn()me, ©ntiuenbung (einet 
®nd)f. 2. [CEfjir. n. (Fljem.] bn4 933egnel)mcn, 
bie 553egnnf)mf. 3. [9Irith.] bie91bjie()ung. 

Ablative, ab'lativ, (f. ablativus) adj. 

1. lucgnefjmenb. 2. ». r®rnmm.] ber 9lb(ntiy. 
-absolute (®rnnim.), ber nbfolnte 9lb(ntii'. 

Able, i'bl, adj. 1. fnljig. 2. gcfdjirft. 
3. (to) T u. i im ©tnnbe (mit eineni 3eit« 
jDorte), uermijgenb. 4. flnrf, frnfrig. 5. [9?cd)t] 
(to) im ©tnnbe (eine geiuiffe ©igenfc^nft be> 
ft^enb). 
6. An illegitimate son is not a b I e lo take 
by Inheritance. Webster. 

To be -, fBnnen, Im ©tnnbe p!in, uet» 
ni&gen. - to pay, jnfjUingf fnlyg , foluent. 
As one Is -, nnt^ 3emnnb« 'OTitteln. 

Able, D* a. 1. ill ben ©tnnb fe^en. 2. 
©incn I'erbi'irgen, fi'ir ifjn fjnffen. 
2. None doeit offend, none, 1 say none; 
I 'II able 'em. Shakspeare. 

Able-bodied, i'bi-bodid, at^. l. 
flnrf, nlilig. 2. [-)Jfnr.] flffd)irfr. 

Ableeze, (fd)Ptt.) Ipbcrnb, flnmmcnb. 

Ableg-ate, ab'leg^te, (Int. ablegate) 
v.a. t 1. nbfenben, nbrd)ictfn. 2. megfdjirfen. 

Ableg-ation, ablegi'sbun, 4. 1. t 
[rijm. 9{ed)t] bas ^bvtbmn, bit ^Ibfenbung. 

2. 1 bai 3er\ircutn, bit Serilreuung. 

2. To cause an ablegation of I lie spirits 
into a determinate part of the body. 
H. Moore 

Ablenests, i'blnls. t. t. i. bie 

^rnft, ©tnrfr. 2. bie (grulige) gnhigfrit. 

Ablf^pKy, ab'lepse. (gr. ablepsia) ». 
[^pnr|)rl.) bif ^linbljfir. 

Ablet, ( s. C^djrlinrl.l 

Ablen, ab'lel. .Tb'leii. S ffr -It'i'lKfiVrt). 

Abli${^urilion, ablii;uri»b'un, 111 t. 

1" 



F'He. f'r. f'lll, faf. IV!^ met. Fine. fin. N6, nifive. n8r. got. 6fr, < !6niJ. Trtfte. tub. full. j//in TfJas. 



AiiL 

ablignritio) «, tic SSorfrfjiucnSunfl , S3i'r<icii = 
^lln(J (^f £' 2Scriiui(if lis fiirrf! (5-ffcn u. Irinffm. 

AliluCHte*, ab'lokaie. (lat. abloc(ue) 
r. «. vmri)ron ofer i'fri)ad)tcii. 

AltIoC»<ion, aliloki'slmn, «. &te 
■iJJilCt)!!!!)!! OStT iSfrp.-irfituiifl. 

Ablllde, abliide'. (lat. abludere)!). »i. 
« ^t•r^rf)il■^f^ Kiii« (il'U'cic^fii. 

Ablsient^ ab'luent, (fnt. abliiere) I. 
reiiiifleii?, atronrc^eiil). 2. [•OJieb.] at'tiil)= 
rciiD. [^Witrcl. 

Abluent , *. [«))le^.l cin nf'fli!)ri'll^l■^ 

Aisliitiosi 9 ai>lii'siiuii, (inr. iiblinim 
». I. tn? i}Uiiviird)en. i. 6ii6 ©piiliuiifTiT. 3, 
[fntl)ii|. .ftinljfl bie ^JlMiitiiMi , tcr frn ^nieii 
ol;iie €en"i"i!l nfflf^'C't ^flri). 4. ['iBif- 
feiu'cl).] fii5 ^JlOiV'nrd)!'!!, iiliifmiirctjtii. 

Altly? a'ble, iiilj. flcrd)i(ft. 

AI»neg"**-**5 » ab'iiegafe, (Int. abiie- 
gnre) v. a. nbliiiidnen, uiTliiuflnon. 

Abnt^g'atiun, abiic;>A'sbuii, s. toi^ 
SlMiiiifliien, bic SBiriiiiigniinfl. ^ 

Abnt^^ator, ab'negatur, *. Der 916 = 
lauiiiuT, SBcrlaiiniH'r. 

Abnoclatiull) abiinda'sliun, (lat. 
abiio(lntio) s. [iplTtif.] £>n6 21bfrtppcn bit 
jiiicrrcii (an 3?aiinien). 

Abnoriiiiiy^ abi-.oi'meie, a. f '>''' 
lliircflcniiailiflf fit ; llii<ji'|laltl)rit. 

Abuuriiiuitsif abiioi'iiius. ((at. ab- 
narmis) adj. iiHrt[]ciimii'u;i, iingeilalt. 

Aboard, aboid', (cng. a '^raf. iiiib 
board) odv. ['Mar.] all 3?iirb ((ii-l)eii obir 
fciii). To fall - of a ship, bci eiiiciii (J(f)iffi' 
niileficii; to go -, fid) einrdjiffni; lo take -. 
f iii|"(f)iffcii ; - main tack! Oen grojjeii 5piil!5 
jiitit-rftit ! [23i.n-(>ibciitim(i. 

Abodance, abi'danse, s. t bie 

Abode, aliode', f. Bode. 1. v. a. 
iiprt'ebi'iucn, i'rr(;er iterfiiiibiflen. 2. i>. n. eiiif 
93orl'ebciitiiiig fnii. 

Aliode, p. pats, pon abide. 

Abode, abodf', (ciigt. abide) a. l.bie 
SSofjmiiig, ber ■DliiftiUIjnItfort. 2. btr ilui- 
fnt()alt, tai SSeriucileii (an eiiiem Crte). 3. 
ber SBtTiiifl. 

3. And witli lier fled away without abode. 
To make -, fid) ailfl)altcn. Spenser. 
Abodeiiient, abode'ment, «. 1. bie 

SSort'fbeiitmin. 2. bie 9l()iiiiiin. 

Abodiiigr, abu'diiig, a. bie 'iSt.^tbe-- 
bciitiiiiii, 'Oltjiiiinn. 

Abui - ventfl, abwi • vengs, a. 
(.(Iricgftf.l ba(5 Srf)irtiiba((). 

Abolete, abolele', (I. abolitiifi) iidj. 
* lu'ralrer. Skei.topi. 

Aboli^Il, abnl'Iixh, (fr. abolir) v. n. 
I. nt'i'djaffcii, aiifljcbfii. 2. jcrilrreii, I'rriiirf): 
ten. 3. 1 auflji'l'i'ii (cin SBerbrct^rii). 4. + 
pcriibKii, aii^ilrcidjrn. 

4. And uirh tiiy blood abolisli so re- 
proachful blot. .Spenser. 

Aboli»ikable, abnl'lisliabl, adj. 
ijcriiif})t('iir. [iiid)trr. 

Aboliwlier, .'bol'li»Iiur, *. brrSSrr; 

.4boliKllin|f, abnl'lishiiig ( a. 

Ab<»liKlilliieilt, abol'liithnieiit.^ bie 
>3Itrd)affiiiig, 'JliitOi'lMiiig. 

Abolition, abolish'un, a. I. bie 
9l£>i'ri)affiiiin, 'inifljebiiiin. 2. (9<rd)t] bie 
gtraferuiffi'iig ober ^Cfgutibigtiiifl n\u6 iJJerj 
bxcdttvi. 



AbO 

Abolitionl.vt, abolisli'unist, ». 
[Tiorbani.i ber iJt'olitiPiiifl (greiiiib ber ©Ka> 
i>eiit>efrciung). 

Aboinasutn, abnniA'suui. (lat.nbo- 
uiarium) 3. [yiiiat.] ber 'Jcrtmagfii. 

Aboieiinable, abomenabl, adj. 
I. abrd)i'iili(f), fdjcufjlid). 2. n iiiiretii. 

AboiBtiuabIene!i.<« , abom'ina- 
blnes. a. bic -2U'rd)fiilid)feir. 

Abominably, abom'euable, adn. 
abfd)riilid), fd)riirjlid). 

Abominate, abom'enate, ((. abo- 
iiiiuiiie) V. a. urrabfcftfiieii. 

Abomination, abmnena'sliun, a 

I. (of u. to) bie 95erabrd)eiiiiiig ; ber 9U'= 
l'd)cii (iH>r). 2. ber (Jirniicl (aig PJegeiitlaiib). 

Aboin'ine, '-, f. Abominate. 

Aboon', t f. Above. 

Abord, abord', (fr. abord) a. f ber 
Cfiiipfaiig, bie 9(iifprad)e. Chesterfiei.u. 

Abord, 11. a. ■' I. nafjefoniiiieii. 2. 
niifprrd)en (^eniatibeii). (iirrpriiiiglid). 

Aboriginal, aboridje'enal, tid}. 

Aborig-inal, *. ber llrbcmohner (ei; 
lie* I'aiibc^). [a )>l. bie llriu'lfer. 

Aborig'ine.<«, abocldje'enei, (lat.) 

Aborseilient , aburs'ment , a. 
[■•Web.] bie '5el)lgc6iirt. 

Abort , alioi t', (I. aboriri) r. n. nii^> 
gebnrcu, fil)lgcliareii. 

Ab<»rt, *. t bie JJelilneftiirt. 

Abortion, abiir'shiin , a. 1. T 11. 1 
iiai: 5cl)lgcl)ari'n , WifJnet'areii , bie 5el)lge: 
Inirt. 2. f II. f bic JteWgebiirt, i5ni^ni'''i'rt. 

Abortive, abor'iiv, l. ; imreif, iiii: 
jeitig (ufii riiier P3ef>iirt ic.). 2. i mircif, iiii: 
jeitig. 3. ffl)lgefd)lagen, •uigliiiigeti. 

To be ober to prove - i fclilfdjlagcil. To ren- 
der any thing -, (S-tivaS fcl;lfd)l(igfll iiiadjcii. 

Abortive, *. bie g-riiljgeburt. 

Shak. A^nisoN. 

Abortively, abor'ljvle, ndj. 1. 1111.- 
jeitig, uiireif. 2. i jii friKj, uor ber 3fit. 

YollNO. 

Abortiveness , abSr'iivnls. a. i. 
; ba« 'TOitlaeMreii. 2. ± tmi' 'jjeljlfdjlageii, 
-Kifitingcii (tinii SBprfjabeii^-). 

Abortinent, aburt'uiint, a. *' bie 
Jri'iligeOurt. Bacon. 

Abound, abound', (lat. abundare) 
p. n. 1. ^ ciiirii llcbiTfliirj Ijnt'eii. 2T (!n)reid) 
feiii (nil). 3. ± (with) iiii llfberiliifi'e l)abfii 
(©olbatcii, SJebiuru.). 4. imUe&erjIiiffeuor: 
Ijaubcii feiii. 

To — in one's sense, nuf feineiii Itcpfe, 
fr. 'Oiii'iiiiiiig t'efjarrcn. 

Altoitniling-, aboun'dmg, a. f iai 
3iiiieliiiu-n , bie SiiU'ilj'iic. Southev. 

About, aboiit', (aiinelf.abiitan, onbu 
tan. enibutan ; on n. enib = gried). ainphi. 

II. butan, oilSlunrtS), praep. I. mil, mil.. 
()ormii. 2. nal)c bei, nn. 3. luegrii; I'it'cr. 
4. bei(fid)), 5. i;i. 6. gegcit (luMi brr3i'ir),iuii. 

1. Soldiers are about iheEnipeior, (£c>l; 

batcn miigebeii ben ^aifer. 

2. AVe foiina him standing about a (all 

and beautifully straight young tree. 
W. Irviivg. 

3. The landlords of bustling inns seldom 

trouble their heads a bout the names 
or nccup.itions of their transient 
guests. W. Irving. 



ABO 

4. He carries nolhing about him but 

golfl- Swift. 

5. Every thing a b o u t an inn seems calcu- 

lated to make a dull day ten times 
duller. VV. Irviho. 

6. It was about night. 

He generally calls about ihifi time. 

Sheridan. 
For a b o u t ([ iingefaljr. 
For about five centuries. Hai.i,a>i. 
To be -, I. t()nn. 2. niit (?tiuaS iiiiigL'» 
^en, firf> befcfjiifrigen , (JtiuaS iiorI)a6fn. 
1. Let us know what it is our brave 
countrymen are about. Addisox. 
To come — any one, ©inen eililic()« 
men, fid) feinc^ (?5ci|le8 bemad)tigeM , &ntn 
iiberliflen. To have one's wits ober brains 
- one, leine (SJebanfen beiraiiiinen IjaOcn. 

About, ado. I. ijeriini. 2. riiigis Ijerimi, 
runb l)ermii, iin jtreife; in bcrSiunbe. 3. bri 
fid). 4. im Hnifaiige. 5. abiuege. 6. iiiigrfal)r, 
etma. 7. tin Jjegriffe. 8. interj. aiif! an'6 
■IDerf! Shakspeahe. 

1. And as I wake, sweet music breaiha 
Above, about, or underneath. BIilton. 

2. The weird sisters hand in hand 
Posters of the sea and land 

Thus do go about, about. Shak. 

3. She carries about also a lock of her 

sweetheart's hair. W. Irving. 

4. I am in the waist two yards about. 

Shakspeare. 

5. I had rather go a mile and a half 

about. Bacom. 

6. America is about 9000 miles in length. 

Webster 

7. Columbus considered himself about to 
effect the great work of etc. W. Irving. 

- [''War.] to go - ini @d)iff luenbei? 
(nad) ciiieni nnbern 2i3iiib|lrid)e). All -, ubrr> 
all; round-, ringSimi ; long way -, eill 
grof'cr Uiniueg, meit iini. - and -, liberall, 
nad) alien ©eitcn, bn u. bcrt. To be - (lo) 
im 23egriffe fein ; I am -- to go away, id) bin 
im SJegriffe, fi'rtjiigr()eii. To brirg any ihing 
-, etiuaS iu ©tanbc bringcn, iii6 523rrf fe» 
t}tn ober ridjten. To come - I. n Iii-rbci> 
fommen (uon ber Beit). 2. fomnicn. 3. 
nm fein. 

2. The wind they long had wish'd was 

come about. Dktdex. 

To go -, 1. T l)ernmgc()en. 2. i <ih\ Gt» 
ivaS nninel)cn, (5-noa5 ooriifljmen , fiid)en. 
The world is come — , bie ICclr l)ar fid) gi'' 
lunltig ucrnnbert. To Hrii.'k -, riug>' henini 
trinfeii. Left - [■■Wilir. jlomniaiibt] 2in.'* 
nm, ffl)rt end)! Right -. 9Ced;t3 uni , fei)it 
end)'. To lie -, Ijier n. ta jeiitreiit lirgen, 
l)rriimliegi'ii. To look — , (J fid) mi;fe ei, oiif' 
lVl)cn. To tack — [-War.]. t(\i ©djiff luenbcn. 

About, abut', s. ['Wed).] iai Oliifciift. 
llncf, brr ^IniloiJ. 

Aboilted, abut'cd, adj. [iportif.) 
lua^ ifnofpfii gi'triebi'ii I)at. 

Above, abuv, (angrlfadif. abufan. 
bufiin, bu(on) praep. I. libiT (0. 3{niimc). 

2 fiber, l)ol)er ai5 3. ilber, erl;flbcii ilber. 
4. i>or. 5. liber, nifl)r ai^. 
I. Above me are the Alps 

The palaces of nature. Byron. 

3. Franklin knew his conduct to be really 

above all suspicion. Bkol'Gham 



FMp. ff.r, (fill fnf. HI*, met. Finp. ffn. NA. iii6vp. n6p. sot. 6il. rfSfid. Ti'ihe. t(\K fi^lF. l/iln. Tllis. 



Alio 

4. Men long expected that Dudley would 

obraiii tlie preference above so many 

princes and moiiarclis. Hpme. 

&. The inhabitant!, of Tyrol have many 

privileges above those of the other 

hereditary countries of the enipernr. 

Addisok. 

Above all, »Dr 9I(iem, i'crne()imid> ; - 

board (10 be), (jeborgeil feill. To be - one. 

C*tiieiii ijberlffleii ffin, Qintn ubertrrffen; He 

In - it. rr lit Nnlber \vtc\; It is - mc ba? 

f,ti)tubn intincn 2}eril<inb. He is -nothing. 

rr tfait)Jiid)t6 unter feiiifr «IDurbe. To get - 

tiny one. &inrii I'lberrrcfffn. 

Above, ado. 1. obrn (uoiii 9?aunie). 

2. en oben (ubrr uu«). 3. 6ft pOeii (itii S?nn- 

tiift). 4. II oben (ber $>iinntel). 5. bftrfibrr 

(fftriibtr l)in(«u«). 6. jveitct oboi (in eiiiem 

SPiidjr). 

2. Above in the thin and Impalpable 

ir our steps cannot find a footing. 

Bdlwer. 

3 Ood above bless you. Sterne. 

5. Ftoni twenty year* and above. Bible. 

6. As abo ve 

• I confirm the a b o v e Ctai Cbifie).BYR0!i. 

Over and -, bnrubrr, obeii bntf in. Above 
board, rcMitf), I'ffm , flttftbe. Above 
ground, nmCebcn. The powers -, bie ^in»n< 
liff^en ^TfiW- To get -, I'lbCTJlnflen, i)bi)n 
fpiiiinen , uber Qintn pbrr &nu'i6 fommcn. 

Jtbp, 9lbfl"irjlinn fllr Archbishop. 

AbrHcailabra, abrakadab'ra, «■ 
(fiftb.il.! bii« 'llbrncib.ibrft. 

Abrade, abrAde', (Int. abradere) r. 
a. I. ; nbrciben, ftbr(f>nbfn.2. f iiittcrflmbfn. 

Abratii, A'bram, ^j.ctn ftbgrfcmi- 

AbraliaiiifA'braliani.^rrr (SpiQbubt. 

To sham -, 6 fid) fi'ir frftnf nii^nrbfu, 
(i<t frnnf ilftlfn. Goldsmith. 

Abraham Obft Abraham -cove, 6 
I. «in biir(f)tricbcncr Strict, ©ftlgciiilrict, 2. 
etii flrmet Ifuf.'l. 

Abrald, abride', (ftntjdr. abredlan, 
atjvfiffii) P. o. « in nfirr dtlr nufiuecten. 

- B. M. ftiif ein-BiiiI iiiiin)fl(t>ni. Spekser. 

AbraNion, ai.ri'iln'n. «. l. bn* 
Jlbrcibtn , "ilbi'd^ibrn. 2. ('ipiitljol.) bfl« 95ir= 
lehnti (be« iiiitilrli(f)fit Srfjlciiiif*), '•Miirrffffii. 

Abreail, '.fcf>iut.i imiijer, iiii "HiigendJf. 

AbreaMt, abre»t' (iMlfl. breast uilb a 

$rafir.) adv. I. nfben fiiionbtt, ©cite ftn 

£cit<. 2. l-Tfiar.] flcnciit'ibfr. 

2. Abreast of Cape St. Vincent. 

A fleet formed-, fiiif JJIotteiii JriMitelintr. 

Abreeil, o"(t)otr.) in ber 3Jreite. 

Abrenounce, airremiunse, (lar. 

abrenunliare) ». a- ^ flltliKlflt (fincrSilrftC). 

Abrenuiiciaf ion, abrenunshca'- 
•hun. *. « bit (fnrf.ifliinfl, 'ilbfiiflunfl. 

Abrepiiun, abiepshun. dat. abri- 
pere) «. <= bie 'Ilujlorimfl, ^IbronbfTunji. 

Abriek, abrik'. #. [Cl)em.l b.S(()H)fffl. 

Abrillire, abrldje', (fr. abreger; v 

«. I. 5 abri'ir)cn, |ufaintiiciiiirl)Cii. 2. t i<rr: 

fnrjen. 3. pereiiKiern, i>erminbrrii, eini(t)r.iiis 

frn. 4. eiiifdjniiifcn (rinjiuonfifn), 5. <">' ''^• 

from) i beraiibeii <3eiiiiinbcii finrr Snrfje). 

6. 1^11(1.1 cbrilrirn. 

2. He had abridged bU life by inces 

aani labors lor the iuierest of the 

counir}. HuMc, 



ABR 

3. To abridge tie power of a favorite. 
, Robertson. 

Abridg'er, abrid'jur, «. 1. emcr, ber 
ftbf ilrjt ober I'erfiitjt (bn6 2eben ic). 2. ber ^b-. 
tur\(v (eine« ^iic^eS) , ^Dmpenbienfdjreiber. 

Abridj^nent, ober 

Abridfcenient, abrldje'inlnt , «. 
1. bie aibfiirjiinfl. 2. ber 9Iii^jii(i (einc« ^lu 
d)f6). 3. bie SSerininberung (uon 9Iu6<i(iben tc). 
4. 1 bie SBerfurjiing, @cf)tnalerun<i, G^infdjrmi; 
fling. 5. t ber 3eituertrcib, bie Utiterfjnltung. 

3. An abridgement of expenses. 

Webster. 

4. An - of liberty. Locke. 

5. Say what — have you for this evening ? 
What mask? what mnsic? How ahall 

we beguile 
The lazy time, if not with some delight? 
Siiarspeare. 
Abroach, abr&ish', ado. (Qnwi)n\\d) 
mit to be pber to set) ongejnpft. 

To set -, 1. T nnjnpftn, fltiilet^en. 2. t 

a) ftu«breiten , oerbreiten. b) (liffcn , nnilif= 

ten , anri(t)ten , flnfteflen. c) Qtmai mit ber 

$t>ffnung eine« gilniligen Grfoig^ nnterne()= 

mm. To be-, onge^npftob. nnge|lr<feen ffin. 

Abroad, abrawd', (eng. broad U. a 

■iPrtiftj:.) adv. 1. brftupen, niigen. 1. i brftu-. 

#en (in ber ^elt). 3. nntf) nueen. 4. in ber 

5rembe. 5. umfjer. 6. ubernfl. 

3. (Cromwell) to die with peace at home 

and triumph -. Cowley. 

6. But still their spirit walks -. Bvron. 
At home and -, in n. flii^er bem$ftufe; 

in u. ftuger bem Cnnbe. To go -, <ui«gcl)en. 
To walk -, fpnjieren grljcn. To set -, nu6= 
geben, iinter bie teute bringen. To take -. 
mitn'()men. To be -> 1. j nu«flfl;en. 2. i 
fli()en (I'erbreitet fein). 
2. Rumors strange 

And of unholy nature are -. Byrok. 

Su<h « report goes ob. is -> it is all -, 
there is a report -, e« gel)t bie nngemcine 
^nne. [». a. nb|"d)iifffn, niifljeben. 

Abrogate, ab'rogate, (1. abrogare) 

- adj. ftbgci(f)nfft, «iifgf()PlJfn. ^ 
AbrOIOratlon, abriga'shun, ». bif 

2itr(i)>iffiiMn, •!UiifiK'^""fl- 

Abruliani, abiAhA'ni, «. [$anbe(] 
ber «!ll'rpf)ani Cilrt tj^Ti'ITi'IUkI)). 

Abrood, abrood', (fligf. brood II. a 
^prartr.) adv. brntenb, im SJruten. 

To sit-, brntfii. ^^ ^ [Sruteit. 

Abroodingr, abrood'ing, *. bn« 

AbrUOk, abim.k'. (engl. brook 11. a 

<pninr.) v. «. t irbiilbcn, errmgni. Shaiv. 

Abrupt, abrupt', (I. abruptns) adj. 
I. T jcrriiTen , obgcbrprfjen (I'l'ii JJelffn). 2. 
5 jal) , plPijiicft. 3. t flbflebrP(<>en. 4. l2Jot.] 
nbgrlTPdjin. 

2. An - departure, eine pl&(>li4c ^Ibreife. 

3. An - style, eine nl)gebro(<)ene, unuprbe^ 

rcitcte ©cbrf'^'irf- 

Abrupt, abrupt'. nrfi>. pll'^Ii<f>.PoPE. 

- «. ber ^bgruiib, -Jlbiliirj. MtLTo.i. 

- P.O. I. t iibirciiin. 2. i (Ipren, niiter: 
brrrt)en. , , , Browm 

Abruption, abrup'shuu, $. I. 
(from) I bic-Jlbbrrri)ung, bi-r«riiil). 2. t (of) 
bie3frfli:'riing, 3erni(t)tuiiii (eine^ •^.-Iiiii^tc). 
.1. bir iri-inniiifl, Siriluctiiuiifl. 4. bii« 
€(l)n>rigrii, 3uni(tl)iUtrii. 



ABS 

1. The marks of its — from them , bie 

©puren if)rer9lbbrcct>iing \>on bcmelben 
(©teincn k.) Woodward. 

2. A sudden — of ail their prospects. 

Johnson. 

3. The abruption of a primitive lan- 

guage into many others. S. Tursek. 

4. What makes thi.s pretty — ? Shak. 
Abruptly, abnipt'lc, adv. i. lin> 

ffluit, bnrfc^. 2. piiW^lid), jnhiiiigi*. 

Abruptneiiis , abiupt'nls, $. i. 
(of) bie 9?aiil)l)elt (eine$ iiorper^). 2. bie 
Onlje (e'neS 93iTgf6). 3. 1 bie llebcn-iding, 
(5-iIe, (i-ilfertigfeit. 4. f bie 9fiiiif;l}nt, S?th 
tigfeit (beg ©crriigfii^). 5. i bie >JU'gebro« 
djenlje't (ber ©(()rfibiirt jc). 

Abscess, ab'ses, (Int. absressus) t. 
['ipntlji'l.] iai Gi)ei'd)ii'ilr , bie (5-ircrbeiile. 

Abscind, abkind', ((at. abscindere) 
p. a. t «br(()neiben. 

Absci.<iS, ab'sis. ) (Int. abscissio) 

Abscissa, IbsK'aa.^ «. [(^eptn.] bie 
9I6«ciffe. 

Abscission, absi/.h'tSn, a. I. |(r()ir.] 
bn6 9lbf(i)neibcn (einee (5)liebe6). 2. brt* ■Jll'i 
fc^neiben (eiiicr ©ilbe to. 3. [5{l)et.] bielliu 
tcrbrct^iing. 4. l bicllngiittigmadjuiig. 5. iai 
^Ibgefdjitittenfein. 

Abscond, abxkond', ((ftt. abscon 
dere) p. o. uerbcrgi'n. 

— p. n. 1. fid) ucrbergen. 2. fitt) uerilecfen 
(urn ber @ered)tigfcit jii eutflr()i'ii). 

Abscondedly, abskon'dedii, ado. 
im Wcfjeimcn, iii^giljiini. Wood. 

Absconder, abskon'dur, «. eine 
"ilJerfDn, bie fid) i>cv|1ecft. 

Absence, ab'slnse, «. 1. (of) bit 
91bn)crcnf)eit. 2. bie Slbiueffuljeir, ber'Wniiflcl 
nn (Irtlent to. 3. (from) bie G-nrfcrmiiifl, 
'Jlbmefenljeit (uoii). 4. - ober - of mind, bit 
llnnc()tianifeit, 3«|tri'iiung. 5, [i){e<t)t] bie 
^Ibiuefenfjeif. 

Leave of-, bcr llrlnub (in 'TJiflitnir* u. 
(Jiinfniiitcrn) ; on leave of-, in llrlnub. 

Absent, ab'sent, (lat. absens) a(Q. 
I. nbiuefenb. 2. i jerjlri'iit. 

-with leave c))fi(itiiir« ii. dii'ilmntfr), 
= mit llrtm*; - without leave, = pljnf 

To be -, ± jfritri'iit iViii. (llrlftub. 

Prov. Long — soon forgotten, Cii\6 iiW 
9(iigfn, aixi bem ©inn. 

Absent, «. bie abivnenbe 'ipcrron. 

— , absent', v, u. eiitftriii'n. ((urii). 

To - one's self, (from) fid) eillicmcn 

AbsentanettuM , aUscnta'ncux, 
adj. flbmeiVnb, fid) niif b.-]U'uiffeiil)cir btiif^enb. 

Absentation, aiiNeiiia'KJuin, «. bie 
9ll'iueffiil)eit, bii6 ©id).- C^'urfiTiiriJ. 

Alisentee, abslmc', s. c<x ^{bwt* 
frnbe (l)aiiptfad)lid) ihmi ben aiiiicr CftnbU 
lebcnben orl'iiiberti). 

AbsenteisHI, ab.scn'iei^m, «. [?tC(» 
iPfl.) ber '•Mbieiitei^m f. Absentee. 

Altsenter, abscn'trir, s, ber 'Mwv 
fenbe (I'Oii feiui-m 'ippileio. 

Absentllient, absenl'mcnt, M. t 
bie ■Jlbiorffiiljt'it. 

Absifies, ab'sedci^, (I. absis) i. ;>/. 
|-31|1rLMi.l bip -JU'tlbi-.t. Iiiiutb.iriig. 

Ahsintiiian, abs'n't/ii.in. <«(/. ii'i»» 

AbNiictiiiated, abMn'i/ieaied,«(0 
init ^rrmntl) gfrct^ivaiigrrt. 



6 Fate. far. fkW, fat. Me, met. Fine. fin. NA, mAve. n6r. git. 6l\. rl6nd. Tnh*. trtli, (nil. lAin. irilv 



Shakspeare. 



Shakspeare. 
Webster. 



ABS 

AbsintliiHm, absin't/iium , ((at. 
absinthium) t. [^ct.] bcr 5iJerniutf). 

AbsiKt, abs'st', (1. absisto) v.n. 1. ± 
nbflefjen, nMnffen UPti etiunfi. 2. fiid)entfernen. 

Absolute, ab'solufe, ((. absolulus) 
nrf;. 1. iinuiurd)rnnft, iinn&^iinntg (oon einem 
S&iiinc:c.). 2. iiiitebingt. 3. ufdig, beflimmt, 
cntrcblrffi'ii. 4. gnnjlicf), I'oHig, iimimganfltid). 
5. ferf, brcifl. 6. iinf'fjiflilicf), ;i6|VIut. 7. * 
iHiflfmnmen. 8. gewi^, fe|t libcrjeiigt. 9. 
l?{f(^t] InjTcnfrei. 10. (ars (id».) (janj unb 
gnr. 11. [Dibnf. ii. ^0}?etnp^.] nbfodit, mi» 
(>ejii'l}lid). 12. [^BifTenfcfj.) nbfodit. 

2. An abKolute promise. Johnsok. 

6. — space. Johnsoh. 

7. An — genfleman 
An — knave 

8. I'm absolute. 
'Twas very Clolen. 

9. Absolute estates. ) 
11. Tbe case absolute.^ 

Ab»«oIuteIy, ab'soluteU. ado. I. 
iimimrcl)riinf{ , iiiieinflefrf)riinft. 2. iinbc! 
tiiigt. 3. beflitiimt. 4. gntij, u&flig, gnnj! 
lui). 5. iinutiigang(id). 6. iiii&e}iff)lic^, nb; 
frlut, nn u. fi'ir firf). 7. frf)!ed)trrbinn«, burd)- 
a\ii. 8. iuinfu(;rlid). 9. ii)(il;rli(^>, in berlljat, 
luirflic^. 

3. It is — necessary that he pa«s the 

Alps. Berkley. 

7. Command me — not to go. Mii.ton. 
9. lam told she has— fasted for six Wed- 
nesdays and three Fridays successi- 
vely. W. Irvino. 
Absoluteness, ab'snliuenls, s. 

1. bii* iiminifcDrniifte ^DJefen, bie Unimi = 
fd)riinftl)i'tt. 2. bie ■OTnd)ti>iift?omineiif)eir, 
imbebiiigte PJrionlt. 3. bie ©oualtfjerrfc^aft, 
3>uiMgl)errrd)ntt. 

1 . Tlie absoluteness of God's decrees 

and purposes. South. 

Absolution, ab.s^lu'sliun , a. 1. 

(9eclig.] bie ^IbuMiitinn, ©linbencrlfifTimg. 

2. l9{c(f)t] bie (Jrdrpred)img , SoSiVrcc^ii'ifl- 

3. t bie 2lii6|>rnd)e, beraSortrflg (I'oii Wot-. 
tern). B. JoNsoN. 

Absolutism, ab'sAiutizm, s. 1. ber 
abfoliitiirni , bie >)'iorf)H)eiibigfeit6Icl}re. 2. 
[^oU] biT 9l&!"rliittfm. 

Absolutoriuin, ab.s&lui&'rium, 
*. [■OJieb.] iai flbfodite ^eidiiittel, bie nlifi>» 
ttitc j^iir. 

Absolutory, ab'sohilurri, adj. I. 
[!^\rcfyn.]ab(oli\tm\d).1.l'Jh(i)t] freirprfd)fiib. 

2. An - sentence, ciii £ii^rpred)iiiig5iirrl)eil. 

AVI.IFFE. 

Absolvatory, abzolv'alurre, \. A b- 
s o I u t o ry. 

Absolve, abznlv', (Int. absolvere) 
V. a. I. [i>{cd)r] frfi|"pred)i'n , Ui#rprrd)i'H (ci» 
lien S5crt>rrd)iT). 2. eiirltinben (eiiicr ^ptli<<)t). 
3. iiiigiilrig iiiiid)cii, iiiifljcbcn. 4. '^ bfoiibigcn. 

3. A taitli which no ink and no parcbmentj 

can render valid, if the church iib-l 
solve the compact. Bci.wek. 

4. The work begun, how soon absolved. 

Mll.TOJI. 

Absolver, abznl'vur, «. ^iiirr, ber 
ti>«fprid)r. 

AbN«inant, ab'sonant, (I. abaouans) 
aiU. (to) int ^iberfpriiite (tint), eiirgedni 
(finer Sact^o 



ABS 

AbSOnOUS, ab'sAnus, ((. absonus) 

adj. 1. tni^ilimmig (pon l&nen). I. t ('•» 
ainuiber (ber 25crniiiift). 

2. Most — to reason. Glakvilie. 

Absorb, ab.<iorb', ((at. abxorhere) v. 

a. 1. T einfdjdicfen, einrniigcn, nbforbiren, 

in fi(^ jiel)cn. 2. i in ••Jlnrpruc^ neljuteii (btii 

®eifl). 3. ± pcrfdjlingeii. 4. on |ld) jicl)fn. 

1. While we perspire we — 'he outward 

air. Arbuthnot. 

2. The mathematical science absorbed 

Carnot's whole attention for some 
years. Brougham. 

4. The little city of Moguer is situated 
about a league trom Palos, of which 
place it has gradually absorbed 
all the respectable inhabitants, 

W. Irving. 

Absorbed in thought, in OJcbnnfeii 

pertieft. [[(Fl)eni.] bie ^Ibfiirption^frflft. 

Absorbability, ahNoriiiibil'ete. s. 

Absorbable, absor'babi, adj. 

[&)m\.] atmbitbar. [fi'rbirenb. 

Absorbent, absor'bint, «<//. nb-- 

- s. 1. [9lnnt.] bnd gibforbend (ein Q>ie-. 
fng). 2. [i)??eb.] iai nbforbirenbe^lrjneitnitrcl, 

Absorbition, ai)Korbish'uu.^ s. I. 

Absorption, at-sorp'siu'in.^ bag 

einfaugen , S3erfd)lurfen. 2. i baS ^b\ter= 

ben , iScrfdjwinben. 3. [SBiffenfc^).] bie 916= 

forption. 

2. Its (of Greek phiIosophy).gradual decay 

and total absorption .'n the schools 

Warburtoiv 

Absorptive, absorp't'v, adj. I. atv 

|DrptiiMi!5ffli)ig. 2. [(Jl)ein.] Slbforprii'ii^ . . . 

Abstain, abstane', (lar. abstinere) 

V. n. (from) fid) entfjnlten (einer ®nd)i'). 

- i». a. + abi;nlfeii (Oeninnben luni ©■fmn*) 

Mll.TON 

Abstemious, absre'meus, (I. ab 
stemius) adj. 1. fntljiiltfnin , ntnpig. 2. bcr 
?D?agigfcit grmibntet. 

1. Ad abstemious life. Webster. 

2. Till yonder sun descend, oh let uie p:iy 
To grief and anguish one — day. Pope. 

Abstemiously, absie'meilsle, adv. 
entfjaltfam, ntafjig. 

Abstemioiisnes , absle'meusnes 
«. bie ^ntfjalriamfelt, i))?ii0igfcit. 

Abstention, absteu'.sliini. «. l. bie 

(S'nthnirfflnifeit. Taylor. 2. bie (S-ntljalrung, 

e-ntOei)riing. 3. [Sfcdjr] bie aSorentl)u(niiig 

e'tm& 05ntr«. 

2. After some time of separation from 

tlie other pure Christians in woiship 

and an — from the sacrament, they 

(the penitents) were admitted again 

Buhnet 

Absterf;°e, absterje'. (lot. al>sier 

gere) v. a. I. al<ivird)en, reinigen. 2. |(F(}ir.l 

fliif»uafd)cn (TOunbni). 

Absterg-ent, abster'jlnt, adj 
|?DJeD.) ri'inigi'nb, al-tYihrenb. (53. Seife). 

- *. IWob.] rill nt'fi'iljrrnbfg Wirtrl ij. 
Abstersi«»n, ab.<;ter'sliun, s. t)\M 

9?etiiigi'M; pWrb.) bie •Jll'i'iilining 

AbMtersivey absler'siv, adj. I. 

reiniaeiib. 2. (>)Jfeb ] iibfiiljrfiib. *■ bnS 3iVi: 

nigiiiiR^niitrei. 

Abstinence, ab'st^nlnse^ 1. 1, bie 
Abstinency,ai;4'«i«.ieuk«,^ti-iirl)ait> 



ABS 

fatnfeit, e^nffjaftung, «JJfafigfett. 2. [^irdjg.l 

bnS gaiTen. [fam, niafj'g. 

Abstinent, ab'stenint, adj. entljCU) 

- s. [^ircf)g.] ;»/. bie 2tb|liiientcn (eine 

©efte in lyranfreid) u. ©pnnieii). ■ 

Abstinently, ab'stenentle, adj. i 

cntl)a(t|'iiui. { 

Abstorted, abslor'tld, (1. abstor-1 

tus) adj. afrgcbruiigfn, nbgejiuungen. i 

Abstract, abstrakt', (I. abstrahere) 
V. a. (any one liber any thing from any 
thing). K §abjicl)cn, fi*rrnbern(i'on). 2.aiig« 
jielx", in einenaiiifijug bringcn (rtn S^nd)). 3. 
[Dibaf.] in OJebanfen a&funbern, at>flral)iren. 
4. [CFljctn.] beflidiren. 

1. No man is so abstracted from com- 

mon life as not to tee! a particular 
pleasure from the regard of the fe- 
male world. W. Irving. 
-, ab'stiakt, adj. 1. afcgffDnbcrt, abgejo« 
gen. 2. jeri'lrent. 3. [^ajiucnfd).] a&iTraft. 

2. He looked with — eyes along the moun- 

tain summit. Bui.wer. 

-, ab'strakt, s. 1. ? ber Sluiijng (einc* 

a3iid)eS). 2. 1 ber Onbegriff, bie fnrje Uebcr< 

\id)t, beraibrifj. 3. f bie 2i\1t, t><\& aSerjeic^nig.. 

2. The players are the — and brief cliron 

icie of the time. Shakspeare. 

3. Neither press, coffer, chest, trunk, 

well, vault, but he hath an - for the 

remembrance of such places and goes 

to them by his note. Shakspeare. 

In -, Dber in the -, an fid), nbgrfcl)en ppn. 

Abstracted, al<slrak'led, p. patt, 

adj. 1. (from) abgefiMibert , gelrennt. 2. i 

jeriTrcut, imnnfmerffiini. 3. iniitcr, gelaiitert. 

4. flb|Trnft. 5. biiiifel, fd)\ver I'eriliinblid). 6. 

nbgefeljen ppn. 

3. Abstracted, spiritual love. Donne. 
Abstractedly', abstrak'ledle. adv. 

1. abgeiPiibert, fur fi.t. 2. (from) nbgefchen 
ppn, pfjne Ditlcffirftt niif. 

Abstractedness , abstrak'ted- 
nes, J. (of) bii« ^It'ilrnfre (eiiicr <B(\d)t, tU 
lies 25fuicifeS). (2?irfi"fTir einr5>.!(iu\5uges. 

Abstractc^r, absnak'iur, s. bet 

Abstraction, absirak'.shun , «. I. 
bie Qlbronbcning, 'JU'iirljiiiig. 2. t>c\& 9I6< 
llrafte. 3. bicSfrflrciiuiig, Serilrriirdiit (be< 
OJeifleS). 4. bie OJcringrdjiit^iing n)(ltlirf)i'r 
Diiigc, 9d'gci"d)tebiMil)cir ppii brr 2Ccd. 5. 
|(Fl)eni.] bie I)L-)li(liriing. 

4. An hermit wishes to be praised for 

Ills — . Pope. 

AbstractitiouH, abstrakiish'us rb. 

Abstractive, abstiakl'iv, adj. 
[0'l)fni.| fliifgeiPgni. 

Abstractive, adj. [$ljilp(. u. ^tjilvi.l 
flbl'piibrrnb, ab|Tra()iri'iib. 

Abstractively, Itbstrakl'ivle, adj. 
an iinb fiir ft,, iibgnVljcn rpn. 

Abstractly, absirakt'li, adv. abgi'> 
fpiibert, nil nd), abiTrnfr. 

Abstractness, abstrakt'ncs, «, 
(^l)iloi".l bn« •JU'ilrnfre. Locke. 

Abstricted, abxtrlk'icd, p. putt, 
adj. enrbiinbrn, niifgrbiinbrii. 

/Ab-Strinffe, abstrinie'. (Int. abslrin- 
gcre) i>. n. eiirbiiibeii, nuibinbrK, liSieii. 

AFjstrude, abstnide', (lar. abstra- 
derc) V. a. f U'rgilpgeii, nii#(lp6rn. 

Abstruse, abstru.'ke', (I. abstrusu*) 



FAfc. far. fall, (k. yU. met. FJnp. fin. NA, move. ihSr. trot. 6?F. clSiul. TiiMe. inb. fi'ill. i/in, t'flis. 



ABS 

mdj. 1. ? u. ± oerborgen, oerftfcff. 2. f ^unfrf, 

2. There are some niyiteries in religion 

botii naiuriH and reve.iled. as well as 

■one —point* in philosophy, wlierein 

the wise as weii as the unwise mnst 

be content with-obscuie ideas. Watts. 

Jtbj«tru<«ely, abstru«e'l^, ado. Dull: 

lei, uni'fril.inMicf). 

AbstruMencffS, abstruse'ncs, «. 
bit DiiiifflVit, llni'frrtiinMid)f(if. 

Abstrusity, abstru's^i^. «. 1. bit 
Duiirclljeit. 2. bit iinvetHaniUtS)t <Badft. 

B«OWK. 

Absuinef Hbsi'ime', (lat. absauierc) 
p. a. a{\mat)U<i , nattttmctnftr vnitt)rtn t>ttx 
A>if)ff)reii. [f'e3tT|l&riin<i. Broww. 

Absuinptiun, abtump'shun, t. " 

AbNlirtlf absurd', (I. absurdus) adj. 
unfifrriint, iillnrn, flbflrfdjiiKxIt. 

AbNurdity, abkurM^i^, ) «. bit 

AbNiirdneivSf ab«iird'n«a.) lingo 
reitti'hfit, -jm'rrnfjfit, '•Ml'jjo't^mnrftljfU. 

AbNurdly, absurd'li, adv. iiitgo 
rrtint, rtlt'irii, a\}<\t\<i)n\a<tt. 

Abulyieiiients, iftt^ott.) bit Jtirt: 
bMn<1*|lil<fr, PVr 2in)u<i. 

Abundttnce, abun'dans*. (I. nbun- 

d ire) I. I. I for UrenrfliiJ. 2. f bif Suttf 

(bf« asrrtlrtiibr* u.). 3. bcr aSoHnuf (a5ermB> 

(jfn). 4. Mrflrree^OTdiO'^SolfJC). 5. (r>i)uifl. 

2. The - of wit. SPBNseR. 

4. — of people. [Raixisu. 

5. — of noble blood hath been shed. 
Abundnnt, abun'dam. ad). I. iibiTs 

ftrirfcg, reid)iicfi. I. (with) rci'djii* Dnfffl)«n 
(niit) ; (in) tt\(i) (an). 3. WW ado.) in SiKle, 
reid)li(f). .Shakm-eare. 

- year (I)e6r. CTljrpnol.) bfl« I'PJI* 3nl)r. 

To be - with obtt brfinr in, lUbcrflii^ 
^Abdi (nil). 

Abundantiaf abundanMni, dot.) 
t. (•Riiiiii^ni.) brr lltbiTffiiO, bie {JfilU. 

Abundnntly, aiuiu'danilA. tide. I. 

im llrberjJiiiTf, rndjlirt). ^.i-oflifl, jurWuiilflf. 

2. In his eontroversi«« with VVilke*, 

Home Tooke showed his courage — . 

BROI'GHA.M. 

Abiinable, abu'xabi, adj. t <va6 
nion iiiiClTiiuitrn fniin. Mure. 

AbuuMg-e, ai>u'iiHje, «. <■ brr W\v- 
brniid). Whatei.e*. 

Abunef al<ii/e', (Inf. abnton o. a. 1. 
niiei'riuid)«n (C5-nu.if). 2. I)iiufr(irl)di , rniis 
'rtrii. 3. ufrffil)rfr. (eiii 'WiiBdjriD. 4. mifj: 
)iiiittlii. 5. f(t)iiiipffn, fdjm.i^tii. 6, ftiuem 
^.f«i< iiad)*f.ig<ii. 7. urrlcijcii. 

1. To - rights or privileges. Wrbster. 
He .-lb uses your goodness. 

2. Do not - me. Suakspeare. 

4. Jefferies . the chanrrllor, was disco- 
vered by tlieni (the populace) mid ko 
mbuaed iliui he died « little after. 

Hi'MC. 

6. There l< no advantage in not knowing 

him; for lieH abuse a stranger 
Just as soon as liis best Irirnd. 

Siierioa.i. 

7. Poor soul, thy fnee is much abused 

with tF;<rs. .Suakspeare. 

AbuM«, abijse', (. I. brr '))riB»rnii<t> 

<«urt S.i(l)»;. 2. brr ui'ir OJrbrnutft, 'WtB^ 

KuuiV. •>. b» &d)IIU(H/ bw ^(^UliUt). 4. bit 



ACA 

St^tnaf^ung , ©(tjmflbroorff. 5. brr ©etrug 
rber 3ml)um, bie tauf(t)ung. 6. bie S5er 
fu^rung. 

2. The nature of things is such that if 

abuses be not remedied, they will 
certainly increase. Swift. 

3. Did 1 let pass the — done to my niece? 

Shakspearb 

5. This is R strange — . Let's see thy face 

Shakspeare 

To put an — upon any one, d-iiuin ei 
neti ©c^iiiipf aittljiin, &incii mijjljnnbcln. 

Abuser y abu'zur, $. l. bcr, iv(i(f)fr 
iniebrnutftt. 2. ber Cmlerer. 3. ber aJcrfu^rcr 
4. brr iBerTi'iger. 

AbusioOf abd'zhiin, «. • I. ber 
OTi^brnuct). 2. ber SBonuiirf. 

Abusive^ abu'sjv, adj. 1. mi0brmi(t): 

iii). 2. fd)mn^riib, beleibigenb, l3|T(rnb; an> 

inglicti. 3. betriiglic^. 

2. Of all the disgusting brntes, sulky, 

abusive, and intolerable, P . . . was 

the most bestial. Byroh. 

Abusively f abu'sivi^, n(it>. I.mi^: 
briiii(f)ltd). 2. fd)iiiiil)li(f>. 3. f(t)iniiheiib. 

Abusiveness, abu'sivnes, (. bir 
nnjugli(f)rn 9?rben; bie ®(^iiiAf;fU(f)t. 

Abutf abut', (fr. aboutir) 0. n. (upon) 
onflogen, ongr»iijeit, (nn). 

Abutment; abut'ment, «. 1. bie 
"TOorf, iai 0)rrni,K'<l)"'; 6'' (■^'renje. 2. 
('Mr(l>it.) brr ®ciu5lbtpfeilrr, ©frcbeofeilcr; 
bie ©frebe, Mi ©trebtbniib. 3. [5&rii(fenb.] 
bfl« Tj5fnl)(iufr.*. [bir ©rtiiie, TOnrf. 

Abuttal, abiii'tii. t. [a\ttt^ti)t] 

Abuttinn', abut'ting, adj. \jttvotxa' 
genb, ^triutrilrfjeiib. 

Aby, ai>i', V. a. 11. v.n. pernnfivorflttt) 
fcin, biiilfn fi'ir P'hi'ii*. f. Abide. Spenser 

Abyiif jfe, •''■-'> l*. A b i d c. Plowmar. 

AliyKin, f. Ab sni. Spbmser. 

Abysmal) abw'uial, adj. * griinr' 
\»i. C01.XS. 

Abyss, ai>Ns', (grtecft. abyssos) « 1. 
T ber iili'flriinb, ©rfjiimb. 2. 1 ber <«tgruri6 
(berSfit). 3. brr-.'U'!iriiiib(>>olIc). 4. [iTpcrib.] 
bie 'Bmeiifiiiig. 
2. For sepulchres themselves must crum- 
bling fall 
In time's abyss, the common grave 
of ail. Drvdex. 

Abyssinian , abissmian , adj. 
nbi))'iiiiir<ft. «. brr ■JU'DfiMiicr. 

A« C» '}lbfrirjling l>PII Anno Christ!, 
an'no kii'sJ. iiii 2s<^\)vt be« i^rmi. 

Acacia, akaSlica, (Int. acacia) ». I. 
[ajpf.J bie'JIfnjif. 2. l-Wi'P.J beriMfnjieiirafr. 
3. German -. \^y>x.\ bcr €(t)lc(jbl'ril. 

Acacian.H, akA'.tlieans. a. pi. [^irc^g.] 



bie ■Jlfnjier. 



[briiiie. Suakspeare. 



AcaiifMiie, a ailenie', s. * bie ^fn: 

Academial ^ akade'meal, adf. f 
nfnbniiircf). - »i;:nr<» [-Mini.) ©riibirii. 

Acad(*mian, akad^'mean, «. *ber 
nfnbftiiirtfte S,<t)\i\cr. 

Aca<ieiiiie, akadem'ik, t. ber >21fa< 
bciiiif-cr (nii« ')5inri>'« .E<t)iilf). 

Academic, I'bir 

Academical, akaHem'm^kal, adj. 
I. afobeninc^. 2. jiir ■Jlfnbeiiiie geljurig. 3. 
afabemiid) «nii« -liinti''* (Ed)iile). 4. jiir 
iUnbciiue ($la»'tf |)rl;i>ri|D. 



ACC 

4. Wide through poetic scenes the genius 

roves [Pope. 

Or wanders wide in a c a d e m i e groves. 

Academically, akadlm'mikalle, 
adv. nfnbcniirf^. 

Academician, Ikkademish'an. t. 
ber ^Ifnbeniifcr. 2. bcr 3Ifnbcmi|1. 3. bcr 
3ud)tliiig. [Pthre bcr ..rnbeniifdjen ^l}ilrf. 

Academi.sm, akaci'demum, t. bie 

Academist, akad'demisi, s. 1. btt 
Slfnbi'niifcr (^DfitgiicD ciiicr SJfnbeniie). 2. 
bcr nfnbctnifc^e 'SJiljiltifDvl). 

Academy, akad'deme, ^griec^. nka- 
demia). 1. bie >3Ifnbeiiiie (^^piato"^). 2. bie 
•Jlfnbcniie (.^o<i){<t)uU). 3. bie llntcrri4>Wnii: 
flnlt, ®(J)iile; 9fitrcrr(()ule; 9{citbn()n, 9{eit< 
fd)ule. 4. bie ajfnbeiiiie (OJctclirtciU'creiii). 5. 
I^nl.] bie')}?obcfljci(()iiimg. 6. ebn6®pici: 
t)au6, 25naf)nu6. 7. bn« ipiirciil;nii«. 8. 9 
bn« 3iicf>tl)nii«. [nrbeiten. 

Floating -, ©(t)iffe, mi^rniif 3ilil)tl!iige 

Acampte, akampt', adj. [Opr.] 
nfnmptifd). 

Acanaceous, akani'shus (griec^. 

akanos) adj. [iSi't.] tlnc^dig, bPrnig. 

Acantlia, akau't/ia, «. ['Hot] bei 
S(n<t)tl. 

Acantliaboliis , akam/iab'&lus, 
(», gr.) «. l(F()ir.] bicSiuitfjoiigr. 

Acantliaceous , akantAi'shu.i, 
adj. [95ot.] biflclnrrig. 

Acantlie, akan't/ic, r. Acantha. 

Acantllia, akan'tAca. s. [(^litfm.j 
^nlbjTugclttif« O'H'cft. 

Acantlline, akan't/nn, adj. I. ttuS 
Dorneii geiiindt.r. 2. nfniitljciinrfig gcflicft. 

Acantllis, akan'i/ns, t. [Omit!;.] 
einc ?lrt 93ogf(. 

Acanthopteryg-ious , akan 

t/iopierid'jctis. (gr akantha 11. pterygion) 

adj. [3(l)tl)i)p|.J ju ben Stnc^eljlpfi'crii, ©pilj' 
flofTerii gcljijrig. 

Acanthus, Ikan'iMis, s. l^ot.] bie 
^Oi^rciiflaii. 2. [^Hr<t)it.] bns I'niibiuerf , bi.- 
Sniibi'erjicriiiig, (iier.Kg.) bcr ©pibyt. 

Acanticune, aUanteki^n. 4. cyjl:-. 

Acarnar, a a<'nar, «. [^fhren.i 

^Ifiiriins, ^;p()ntiroiiS. [Knfcroiirni. 

Acarus, ak'aruK, «. [&nti>iii.] ber 

AcatalectiC, akaialek'iik, (Int. 
acatalecticuji) *. (nlt« ^oci'.J bcr »Ollinl)l gf , 
rilbiiirrrfjre aJcrsS. 

Acataleps<ia, akaialep'sea. Qber 

Acatalepsy , akat'alepse, (gr. aku- 
talepsia) *. f |X>ibnf.] bie lliibcgrciflit^fcir. 

Acater, ak^nir, (nitfr. acater) s. bcr 
©iiirniifir, ^JJroi'iniicmeiilcr. Chaucer. 

Acates, akalx', (alrfr. acnt, achali 
«. pi. i5prrafl)e (nn Gfjiunnreii); ?ccfert'i('» 
ftii, *>'• 

Acauline, Skiw'iin.] 



B. JONSON. 

.) (gr.akaflos) 

AcaulOHW, akiw'lus,^ adj. [Soi.] 
flniigi'dof , iiiiiinfii It. 

Accapitare, akkapei&'r^, (Int. ca< 
put) V n. (("^ciibiilr.) iJiipfilciier jnljleii. 

Accapitum, akkap'etum, « [JrU' 
bnir.l bie .\UH'tili'iitT. 

AOCede, aksede'. (tat. aecedere) » 
n. I. (10) fid) iinbmi i(?iiii'm), jii ©tivoi 
Ijingi-ljeii. 2. i bt.treitn ifumn ajtrtMiK). 

AoceU'^rafe, akNciiiiiitui (I. •«• 
.•cUiart) ». «. iH'tV^lruiiigcti. 



Fate, far, fall, fat. Mh. met. Flrip, f.n. TS6, move, n6r. iiSt, 6il, rl6i'id Ti'i^e. frtb, full, t/zin. THis, 



ACC 

Acceleration, aksuiiurA'shun. ». 

1. Me -Sfrrf)ifcitiugungr 2. ['B3i(Tenrcf).] tie 

XH-rdilcuniflting, iicrmeljrte 6)erd)iuinti3feit. 

'2. Tlie natumi pliilcsopliers want to find 

out the cause ot — of motion in tlie 

fall of heavy bodies. 

Diurnal -, tnglidje =; equable -. flleid)' 

ilirmijjf =; variable -, ^Jernll^crlirf)e =. 

— of the fixed stars . = bet girileriie ; 
— of the moon, = be& ^onfieS; — ot a pla- 
net. = einc^ ^plnneten. [befcf)leiinigeii£>. 

Accelerative, IksJi'iuiaiiv, udj. 

Accelerator, aJiseliuia'iur. *. 
f^lnnt.] ttr Ireit'miK-fel. [bcrd)lfiiniflniiJ. 

Acceleratory, ak.-iel'luiatuie. «<(/. 

AcCend, alisend', (lat. acceiKlo) I), a. 
I. i anjiUnben. 2. i tclebcn, aiifadim. 

Accen«lil»ility, aksendelnl'eie. *. 
[Clii'tii. 11. ^1)1)1'.] tic entjiiuDtmrfnt. 

ACCendible, akseu'de^l, adj. 
[(Fl)cm. II. %^l}\)\.] eiuji'iiiM'ar. ^ 

Accen.«ion,akKen'sIiun, a- [Ctjcm. 
u. '$i)\)\.] ^ie G-iujiiiiMinfl. 

AcCenSUS, aksen'slis, pi. Accensi, 
3. [xhm. &e\d).] bcr ScnnrSbicncr, pi- Die 
SUccmi. 

Accent, ak'sent. (lat. accentu.s) *. 
1. ber 2lci£iit, bie 58ftrniiiig. 2. bcr -ilctent, 
bnf Xoiijcic^en. 3. bie aUi^fprndje, bet -ilcs 
cent. 4. bcr aiiigbrucf, bie Sprnrtje. 5. !)rr 
Ion (im Sprcrf)eii). 6. ["iJinf.] bcr 'iUcent, 
bie SSctomiiig. 

An - circumflex, ein r>c()niing^icld)eii ; 
Tlie mu.sical - s of birds, ^ ber nu'lObi|'d)C 
C^efang ber 93ogc(. 

Accent, akslnt', V. a. 1. [0)Mniiii.] 
ncccntuireii , fcetimen. 2. nccentuiren , iiiit 
9kccnteii uerfefjcu. 3. $ nii6rpri'd)cii (mifjcni). 

Accentor, aksen'tur, a. [SCi>faU 
-Wiif.] ber erile DiSfnnt. 

Accentual, akscn'tslui.il, mlj. t 
nuf ben "Jlccenr \i(t) tcjicljcnb; rljijtljniird). 

Accentuate, akseu'tslniare, o. n. 
nccentuiren. [«• bie ajcccnruation. 

Accentuation , aksenLsljuA'siuiii, 

Accept, aksept', ((at. accipio) i'. a, 
I. nnncl)tiu'n (nnd) niit ot). 2. ± anne(;nicn 
(geitcnlaffen). 3. t'cgiinfligrn. 4. ncl;mcii (ucrs 
)lel)cn). 5. [Jpanbcl] nnncl;men, acciptircu. 

3. The classic zone 
Which 

Adorns tli' accepted land. 

KiRKE White. 

4, How is this phrase to be accepted? 

Webster. 

God does not — persons, || i>i>r (^)iut gilt 
ffin ^ilin'cljn ber ^TJcriVn. 

Acceptability, aksaptabll'ete, f. 
Acceptable II ess. 

Acceptable, ak^tlpt'abl. adj. (to) 
1. unnd)nu>ar, nnnef)nilirf). 2. nngencfjin, 
ividfiMiiiiien, rnuiliifdjr. 3. merrl). 4. iict>cn^» 
anirbig. 

2. An extract from one of the Epistles 

may be — . T. Moorb. 

3. A most — testimony of your gratitude 

to me. Robertson. 

4 Tills woman 

So fit, so — , so divine, 
i That from her hand I could expect no 

' ill. MlLTOK. 

Acceptableness, akscpt'abinls, 



ACC 

». 1. bie9Inne^ml!cf)feit(eiiic5 93orf(f)lag5ic.). 

2. I! tag 95erbicnilli(f)e. 
Acceptably, akscpt'ablc. udv. 1. 

nnncf)nilid). 2. angcnd)in, luidhnnnien. 

Acceptance, aksept'ausc, s. I. 
bag atniicljineii , tie 3lnnal)nie. 2. bie 9luf> 
naljmc. 3. bie gute 2Iufiial)Uie. 4. tie Qie- 
iKl;inigung, GiMivifliginin i" • • 5. (3{cd)t] 
tie '•Jlnnafjme. 6. [©ramni.] ♦ tie 53etcu: 
tiiiig (cines 2Borti^). 7. f.'pantfl] tie 3ln! 
iialjme, atcccptatiuu (eineg 2Bed)feI6). 

Absolute -, [ipantcl] einfad)e aiccepta-. 
tion ; qualified -, 6etingte =. 

To beg ot. to entreat auy one's — of any 
tiling. Qeinaiibin frirrcn, (Ftn>a^an,jimel)incn. 

Accepta.tion, .^tksepta'slaOn. «. 1 
tie-}lnnal)ine; giitc 3(iit"na()me. 2. tie 03iinfl. 

3. [fflrnnini.] bie ^i>ciclUllllg (eine^ 2j3rrtc£). 
2. Tliey have those eiijoyiiieiits only as 

the con.sequeiices of tlie state oi 
esteem and — they are la with their 
parents and governors. Lgcke 

Accepter, aksep'iur, «. 1. (of) ber, 
iueld)cr ©nuaS anuinitnt. 2. jj ter, roeldjer 
anficl)!; i. 23. God is no —of ppr.sons, vox 
(Siott gilt fein ^Jdifetjcn ber ^crfon. 3. [ipan: 
bel] ber 3lccpptnnf, 9liinel)nii'r. 

Acceptilation, akseptilA'shun. s. 
[altcd D{ed)t] tie ©d)cntiiunjbcfd)ctnigimg, 
(S-rliiffungibcrd^ciniguiigbcrilliiirtiiiig^rdjcin. 

Acception, aksep'siiun, (.Accep- 
tation. SCLDEN. 

Acceptive, aksep'tiv, adj. ber gprii 
annitntnt otcr aiifnininu. B. Jonson 

Accerse, ak.ser.s', (lat. accersere) 
V. <i. rufcn, fiimiiicn Inffeti. Ham,. 

Access, ak.ses', (lat. acce.ssus) s. (to) 

1. ter Siig'Tig Siitritt (imn ^uTioncn u. 
(Sateen). 2. f u. II bcr Siitritt (ju ®otf). 
3. * bie Sininljme, ter Smvacf)!?. 4. [-Mfet.] 
bcr aiivfad (eincg 5'e^fi-*^ 2c.). 

To have — to auy one, 3'irritt 6ei Qi- 
ncni tiaben. A nia» of easy -, cin ycljr iw 
ganglidjer ^)Diann. [cessorily 

Acceissarily, ak'sux.saicle. f. Ac- 

Accessarines , ak'.sessaiciies , 
(Ac'c esso riaes.s), s. tie iljeilliafjuie. 

Accessary, ak'.scssaie. f. Acces- 
sor y. [tic 3iig'iiin'id)fcit. 

Accessibility, akses.'.ebil'eie, s. 

Accessible, akses'»cbl, udj. JU: 
ganglid). 

Acces.'iion, akscsh'tin. *. I. (to) t 
tif 3lnnal)crung. 2. trr ilVifrirt (jn ciucm 
25crtrage ic). 3. ber ,3uiuad)!?, bie 23rruicl): 
rung (lUMiScrmogcu, 9)Jad)t). 4. f bcr 3u; 
gang. 5. (to) tie (JJcmngung (^ur i?riMic:c.); 
IljrLinbciteigung. 6. [qSrttl;o(.J bcr ainfall 
(oiMi 9'iarrl)cit zc). 
5. Elizabeth notified to foreign courts her 
sister's death and her own — . Hi'.me. 

ACCessional, aksesh'tmal. adj. 
l)in}ufiMnmcnt. ^ (jugauglid). 

AcceSSl«^SS, akses'les, udj Ulti 

Accessorily, ak'sessorele, udo. 
Oeilating, tnneben. 

I Accessory, ak'slssori. adj. I. f)tn» 
I jugcfiigt, ()iniufiMunirnb, bcigefiigt, 'TJebeii ... 
12. tl)rilnct)incnb, ntitrd)ulbig. 

An - proof, fin 5Trbriibeivri5. - nerves 

(SUiiar.l tic 5Beinrn>fn, ipulf*npn<fn. That 

.is but -, b«$ i|l bipg 9?cbriifact)e, To be - 



ACC 

to, bcitragcn, mit^elfen ju (^tiurtfi. 

Accessory, s. i. tie 3iign6f, M 
3uge^or, bcr3lnf)ang. 2. ber Jhfil()aber(58er: 
nalaffer). 3. [9ied)t] ber ^WitrdiulMge, $el. 
fcr, Iljeilnefjtner (an eincin aSfrbred)cn). 

Accidence, ak'.se<lense . ». 
[(JJrainm.] tie 9lnfong^grt"inbf, bcr Donat. 

Accident, ak'-sedenr. (Int. aceidcre) 
3. I. ter3ufo(l. 2. ber unuernturlj-teSufnd, 
bie jufadige S8egebcn()eit ; (bef.) bcr llnfad. 
.3. t bie ll}at|ac^)e. 4. ((ijrainni.) tie jiifa> 
lige (Stgenfdjnft. 5. [«pl)irpr.] tie jufadige 
(5-igenrd)aft, bn«3ufadige (ter ©ubflan,} ent. 
gcgengefe^i;. 6. [<»enl.] ta« 3iifadigc <j. 23. 
iufadig einfadente« eid)f). 7. [i)Jfet.] ter 
3ufad. 8. [.^erlb.j bas 3umdige. [ge'fat)r. 

By -> JuMdig, jufadtgcr 5B?ire, uun un> 

Accidental, ak.seden'lal. adj. i. 
jiiffldig (©reignip jc.). 2. unmerentlirf), ?ie» 
ben . . . a. [^erfj). u. ^fjiliif.] au(jern)e> 
fentlirf), nccitented (j. 95. em ^piiuft). 

Songs are - to a play, ©efiinge gel;5rcn 
nid)t luefentlic^ ju einetn ©df>au|\>it(e. 

Accidental, ak«eden'lal,«.[Dibrtf.] 
tn6 3ufadige, 3lu^ermefentiid)e, bie jufadige 
(Figcnfc^aft. 

Accidentally, ak.<.eden'tall^. ndn. 

1. jufaditi, jufiidiger SSjeife, I'on ungefahr. 

2. iDibaf.] jufadig, au^cnvercntlid), unme» 
fentlid). 

Accidentalness , aksedln'tll- 
lies. «. bie 3ufadigl?eit (eiiicg DiugrS). 

Acciden'tary , f. Accidental. 

Accidentiary, aksedln'shari, adf. 
bie Slufangegriinbe lernenb. 

Every — boy in schools knoweth as well 
as you. MoRTOH. 

Accipient, aks'p'elnt, (lat. acci- 
pere) «. f [(Fljeiu.] tieSJiirlage, ter 9tecipienr. 

Accipiter, aksip'euir, (int. accipi- 
ter) s. 1. [Oriiir^.] bcr9{aubi)pge(. 2, [(Fljir.J 
tie 5pabi(^t5bintc. [9^iu(Huigri;ager. 

Accipitrary, aksip'iiraie, a. ter 

Accite, ak.site', (lat. accirc) i>. «. + 
1. rufen, fouiuien laffcn. 2. ± aiifnifen, er« 
luertcn , rcge inad)en. 3. I'prfVrbirn (vox (i)e» 
rid)t). 4.i>erfatnuieln, bcrufcii. 5. jurucfrufm. 

4. Onr coronation over, we will — 

As I before reiueniber'd, all our .state. 
.Siiakspeabe. 

5. He by the senate is acci ted home 
From weary wars against the barba> 

rous Goths. Shakspeare. 

Acclaim, akklame'. (1. ncclaniare) 
i>. n. u. V, n. + jurufcii, init laureui aJcifaU 
aufucljmen. 

- akklame'. ». f ter laute2>eifad, 3iinif, 
ta* STftibcugefchrei. Dkvden. W. .Scott. 

Acclailiate, ak'klamate, v. a. * 
23cifiid flatfd)en. 

Acclamation, akklami'shun, «. 
ter 3unif; tfrcubennif, bag Suiaudije"' 
grcutcugordirci. [iujaii4)Ki'b, juriifeub. 

Acclamatory, akklam'Ature. adif. 

Acclimated, akklimated, (fr. ac- 
cliinater) adj. an ta« .ttliiua gciuMjnt. 

Acclive, akklive', (UU. acclivis)af{;. 
" bcrgan grhent, aufilrigcnt. 

Acclivity, akkliv'^ii. a. I. bie^Iuf* 
lahvt (ciuf* 53crgr#). 2. f bie ©djiuierigfelr. 

Acclivous, akkli'vus, <«</• bcrflAH ' 
gfl;rnb, aufivarid gr^ftifr. 



Fhif fir. fhn. f.*t M^, met. Fhie, fin. NA, m§ve, n5r, g8t, 6fl, cUM. Trtbe, tuh, lull. t//in. TiSis. 9 



ACC 

Accloy, akkloe', f. Cloy. CHArcER. 

Accoil, akkoil', (altft. accoillir) v. 
M. fid) h(T}lI^^n^(lfn. Spekscr. 

Accolf akkol', (fr. Mceoler) v. a. urn-. 
t^Mitn. Si'RREv. 

Accola«le,akkoiAdp'.#.l.!9fitrmi>.l 
tn ^{ittiTfiif}. -2. I-Wiif.l ^it• fiuimnicr. 

ACPOieiltf ak'kolent. (lat. ntcoleng) 
». + Pfr (^irinibru'i'hucr, OJrfnjnndjhnr. 
Accoll*"^, '"(/• (iC'iTli'.] niKicfdiipfffn. 
.%C<>OllllltO(lnbl<^,akkoiii'ii>6<labI. 
mHj. pnf5lidi; (i<>) iiniufiiM'nr (auO. 
To he -. VflfTf" <}">• 
JiCCOinillOCttthlenPMW^akkoni'- 
moHablnet , ». t &•« 9lmi<entbfltf«t , "J5np> 
Iia)feit. 

JkcrontinodatC!, akknm'nindiite, 
<^l.«ccoiiiiiio(liire)n. a. I . (lo) niu'niT<" Reiner 
€<ad}f). 2. (to)ftMritl)tfn. tfiiuenie" (»n<t». 
3. i"d)(idjtrti, beiltflfii (finenSfreit). 4. (with) 
tnfttftn , vrTm<\tn , O-iiiftn nti^liclfen (mit). 
6. (wiilu (J-iiini mit eiiirr «H3bl)niiii(i vcr(t! 
i)tn, 6. iintcrbriiinfn , Ipfliwn 7. ribfrliif: 
ffti, nbtrrten, jiifommfii IflfTcn (any one 
with, (fiufiii G-imn«). 
I. An hypothevja thnt could not be ac- 
commodated to the nature of 
thing*. LocKB. 

4 Wlint is necessary for you 

At your departure I am well content 

You be a c c o ni ni o d a ( e d witli. Ford. 

6. There was space enough williin its 

walU and in its oul-bnildings to have 

accommodated a little iirniy. 

W. Irviho 
To — any one with money, (ifX'nbfll 
(finem (^fl^ Uitjm. To - one's self to the 
times. 0(1) in tie 3fit frf)itff". To be well 
accommodated, bciiiieni n)rf)tUMi , fine 
Mtift'c -Bi'fimnin Ijiibrii, <iiit irnirt Tfin 

Accuiniiiodate, akkom'm/>d4te. 
». n. t piiffi". fid) fdjirfi-n, flfniaS felit 

— adj 11. Acc o ni ni od.-iteiy, adv. (to) 
pnffonr, niiflrntcfTeii, flrmng. 

jiCC(>lllin«<lMf(*neKH, 3kknni' 

ni«\il4tene». «. ^ici!lmlOl!ll■^Trlll)fi^, '5ridlid)feif. 

jtCCOllllllOtlHiillf;- , akknm'mo 

dJiing. adj. 1. ivTtri'inlid) (inMti Sftrnfltii). 
2. iiiid)flietin, iMrnram (CThiirnftfr). 

Accuiliinodation, aKknmm&da' 
shini,«. I. (to II. witli) rir-JIiipii|Tiiii<|; (MniiiiM' 
hnr. "2. He 55eilefliiiig (piiic« Srrriri-f); brr 
fliitlirf)e9Jirfllfid). 3. ^ir53o^^lIrmlirt)ffiI. 4. ^ir 
(^flrflfiitjcir, C^ri'ifftfriiiifl S. hir hrjiipwf 
Cturid)ii!"iif6rr'3)Phmiiia) 6 »ie?Oi'l)niin(i 
7. pf. a) tie ^c.iiirml.d)ffiirn f Nr. -J. b) 
^lc ^Ibthfiliiiiqrii iiiiP Ramiiirrii rinr« Sd)if! 
ffj. 8. tit iJJfnVrfliiiiji, 25frrfl)iiiifl (imt (?tr 
n>ii#), 91iii<I)iilfe. 9. t Nr (SJfiil, 95rrilanf. 
SinR. 10. |il)fcl.] tit ajrrmirtiliiiig (tf^ 
?rrtr*). 

S Kggs and wine and hard bcdx are .ill 
(he - we found. Bvn/i>i. 

4. Tliey alloriled liim every other — lliev 
could lor the promoiioiiel liisttiidioi. 

t'Dl.liOJi. 

6. This is the village of Ple»Kis where 

you as a klrangcr will find rcifcouMblc 

and honest -. W. Scott, 

To hate good - s.. flilf P^. frrqUftll Iffllff, 

pttfiTflf ffiii, fiiif gutr ^ot)iiiiita. Jtpjl, 5»f> 

Nttiuuo i)>>»rii. 



ACC 

Accommodation-bill, [^nn^e^] in 
&tUtxm<S)fel --ladder, [«»?ar.] Hi 

iJillUrtU. 

AcCOininodaior, akkoin'mocla- 
tiir. t. 6ie >!li)urPner, 5iil)rer (eiiicr ®nd)e). 

Accoiiipa^nee, akkumpauye', 

adj. [Spetlt).] I'erjierr. 

Accompanable, akki^m'panabl. 
ndj. f (idcdii]. Sidney. 

Accoinpanier , akkum'paneiir, 
«. t Det ^k-ijlfirer, Wficdrdinfter. 

Accoiiipaiiiinent , akkum'pa- 
ninieut, ». 1. Die Sefllfituiiti. 2. [OMiif.) Pie 
33e<)Ieitiiiig. 3. [SpcrlP.] Pie aSappenucr! 
jieninfl. [[■"Will".] Per -^cnlciter. 

AcCOmpanii'tf akkum'panist, s. 

Accompany, akkum'pani, (fr. 

Rccompagner) v. a. 1. i>eiilei'tcn , flcleiteu. 

a. t a) begleiten; (with) oerbinPen (mit). b) 

IWuf.j beglciten. 3. ♦ u. ^ umgeljen (mit), 

)u tijun i)a*ytu (mit). 

2. a> In n mind truly virtuous the scorn of 

vice is always accompanied with 

the pity of it. Steele. 

- V. n. I « (wi(h) fid) flefeden (jii). 2. 
lebfii(mit), beiii>oljiicn(eiiier(yrnu).3. 1'iOTiif.] 
benleiteti. 

Accomplice, akkom'plis, (fr. 
complice) s. I. (witli any one in Ob. to 
any thing). 1. ber Ifjeilneljmer, 'TOitrc^iiltifie 
(nn 2Jirbred)cn). 2. « Per ®el)ulfe, ^iM)tU 
fer, 'IWi'iuirfcr. 

Accomplish, akkom'plish, (fr. 
arcomplir) 1. || ui'fleitbrii (eine 3fif)- 2. 
rrfiiden chmi (Jreiflniffen). 3. " I'erfinigeii, 
flPHMnnen, eriniifli'n. 4. reicftlid) urnVljeii. 5. 
i iiiiffiiljreii, »rffful)ren, uulijifljeii (eiii a5or« 
tjubtw) , eifi'iilfii (eiiirii STmiifd)). 6. T u. t 
nii^jieren, niifibiOen, fdjmucfen (Si:>rper oPer 
«ei|D. 

1. He would — seventy years in the de- 
solation of Jerusalem. Bibi.e. 

2. We see every day events accom- 
plished, which etc. Addisok. 

3. O miserable (liought and more unlikely 
Than to — twenty golden crowns. 

Shakspcare. 

4 In such a habit 

That they sliall think we are accom- 
plished 
Willi what we lack. Shakspeare. 

Accomplished with tlie number of 
eliT hours. ol^'CrBenPrinrm^lltfr tvnr. Smak. 
AfCOmpilKlied , akknm'plisht. 
a^i }'. P"** ? "• i I'oftrommfii, I'l'fleiiPer. 

An — niiin, rill '•J)?nim IH'II lu'dfllPiTiT 
^ilPllIKi; an — rniiiniiiiidpr. BR'>i'(iiiA>i. 
AcCOIIipliNiier, akkom'plLliur. 
«. Pi-r ?BL'dfll^l•r. 

AccompiiMliin(*n<,akkoiii'pi'sli- 
nient. * I. Pie ■Jllk"flll)rilllil (i-iiic^ 'J.'laiKo, 
aSndriiPiiiin (i"iiii-r Olrl'cir). 'i. Pie CSriiidiiiui 
(fiiirr 'liri^'lieirilmnii, eiiiiT >l^t^id)n. 3 f P.if 
Wi\( -Wf.ii'j. 4. f Pill' >i\3iTf. 5. f II. t Pif 
'iliifbilPiiii.i, SKiTiUTiiiifl (Pf# .Ui'rpiTf I'^ft 
(«eii1r^>. <j. Pie (iiiirindiofr, grrriijfcit, Per 
gjiTjiiii; pi' iiiui're, iveiiiiriiine. 

3. Kv.idc llie — of tIio>e alllicliniis lip 
now but gradually eiidiireili. Bkowk. 

4. Tiiruiiij Ibe — of m.iiiy years 
Into an bntir- glass. Shakspcare. 

Accompi, \. .\c count. 



ACC 

Accomptable, r. Accountable 
Accompfant, f. Accountant. 

Accompting- - day, akko&n'. 
ting-da, *. [>>nnPi'I] Per 916rcd>iiiin(]«tn(j. 

Accord, akkord'. (fr. accord) «. I, 

[>))?iif.] ber2lffort>, Q-inttnn<\, Siifnmmeii. 

finmi. 2. ± Per (5'inHiing (Per (»)eimitf)er) , Pie 

G-iiitrnt^t, G'ininrett. 3. Pic $>ii|timniung, 

Siiilimimin!). 4. bn« rid)tigea5er()mrnigj Pic 

G-iiif)cit, Uebereitiflimmung. 5. Pie ^itu>ir» 

fling. 6. Per SBerfrrtg. 7. [9?ed)t5fpr.] Pp» 

95er3feicft. 8. [*TOnl.] bie giire ainorPniinn 

3. This gentle and unforced accord of 

Hamlet 

Sits smiling to my heart. Shar. 

At — , eintg. Shar. With one — , eiit« 
ifiniinifl, einmiit^ig. Of one's own-, aiiS 
eigenetn aintriebe, freiivilfig (uoii 5)5erfi'nen); 
iH'ii fe(b|T (i>. ©nd5)cn). 

Accord, akkSrd', v. a. 1. (to) fTOllf.] 
flimmcn (md)). 2. ± a) in G-infinng brin.icii, 
iicrg(eid)en, I'creiiiigen, iterfo^nen ; h) fjet'en, 
(inJglriffjen. 3. [SItedjterpr.] gi'itlirf) bciiegen, 
i'frg(ci(f)en (einen ©treit). 4. f bemidigen 
(ein ©efiicf)). 

1. Her hands accorded the lute's music 

to the voice. Sidney. 

2. b) Accord all difficulties. Socthey. 

— akkSrd', v. n. I. flimmcn; (wi'li) 
fjnrnuMiiren (mit), pofTcn (ju), im ©infdiiig 
fein (mit). 2. ubereinflimmcn. 3. f nnc^gc 
ben. 4. [(5)rnmm.] 'tbercinjlimmcn. 

1. Retirement accords with the tone of 

my mind. BvKOii 

3. You to his love must — 

Or have a woman to your lord. Shax 

Accordable, akk^r'dabl, Off/, (to 
'^- ubereiiiflimmenb (mit>. 

Accordance , akknr'danse , s. 
(with) Pie Ucbereinflimmniig (mit). 

In - to, in UcbcreinfTlmmnng mit. In - 
with, (einer <Sa<t)e) gemng, jiifnfgc. 

Accordancy, ^kkor'dansj, f. Ae 
cordance. Palev 

Accordant, akkor'dant, adi. I 
ribcreinflimmcnb, gemn^. 2. im (?-iiiflniig. 

2. Then humanity shall lead along 
The — passions in their moral song. 

Mason 

Accordantly, akk^r'dantl^. ndj 

ribcrciiirtiiiimenD. [3lii()nnncr, ^elfrr. 

Accorder, Ikkor'dur, *. (wtiii) Per 

According-, akkor'diug, praep. (to) 
nad) (jiifL'lge, gcnuie). 

- to circumstances, nild) 23ord)ntTi'iifie!t 
Per HmiliinPe. - to custom, luic e& Pit (MCj 

bmild) mit fid) bringt. To speak - to rea- 
son, oeriiriiifrig rcPeii. Togo - to the times, 
fid) in 3eir imP llmdiiiiPe fd)i(foii. 

According- aH, akkor'diug a/, 
coiij. fo ivic, it nnd)Pem, in fo ftrti. 

AcCttrdingiy, akkm'dingle. adv. 
1. gi-iiuir;, Piiriiiid). "2. Prmiiod), iiiu>, mirhiii 

AcC«»rporat(r, akkor'poraie. f. 
Incorporate. Miitoji, 

AccONt, akkost', (fr. accoster) r. a. 
I. J iiiirrcteii Qfin'^nff" . '"" '"''' •'"" i" 
rpn-d)i-n). 2. ^ ii. i nnrcPrii f3rniiiiiPfn) 3. 
t grfiijcn (an, I'on ciiirm i?iiiiPf). 

-, akkost', p. II. -J- iiiigrriiji'ii. Spensek. 

AcCOStallie, akkdsl'abl. «<</. }U' 
g.iiiglid), iimg.iiiijlid) u'Cii •l>rnViieii). 



1 Fatp, r'r. fall, fnt. Me, met. Fine. ffn. N6, in^ve, n6r, got, 6l\, c]6iU. Trthe. trtb, full. l//in, TWn. 



ACG 

Accosted, akkost'ld, pnrf. adj. 
[.<c>er(6.] jii 6eiben ©eiten Qtmti nebtn firf) 
Ijflbenb. 

AcCOtentent, akkote'ment, (ft. 
accoteiiient) s. [CiviUQi(mewe\'m\ 6cr<Strei> 
^n © rweid) am Gnte it& ntpffnfterten 333ege«. 

AcCOUClieiir, akkooshire', (fr. ac- 
coucheur) *. ber 0)c6iirtei)elfcr. 

AcCOlini, ^akkount'. (fr. compte) 

Accuinpt, \s. (of) I. T Me died)- 
Bung (iiber ginnnljmcii, aiii^gnbrii, gclicfcrte 
2i)iinrcn). 2. tie iBeredjniing (i>. '2lu!?gnben !C.). 
3. t Me 9Inj.il)(, 3n!)l- *• i "• " f '•-• !Kerf)fn' 
fc^nft 5. bcr 'Serirf)t alber eiii (fn-ignie lO- 
6. bie DnriMIung, a3efrt)reii'ung, {5-iin^(iing ; 
©rflnrung. 7. bai SSerjf'd)""^. 8- 6ie ^ad)- 
ridjt. 9. bie 5?infid)t, bfr(yffict>r^».niiift. iO. 
ber (yrunb, bic Urfndje. 11. bie iBcbcutiing, 
5Sid)rigfcit , bai 03eivid)t. 12. bai 91iifef)en. 
13. ber aSjectf). 14. bie Qlcttimg , Spod)fd)a: 
^ung, SEcrt^fc^nouHfl. 15. bie 5)Jeiiuing. 
16. ber ©eiuinn, SBovt^eiL 17. [5?rtiibel] bie 
9{cd)niing, JJnftur. 18. lX):b.] bie Snrenber= 
bercdjnung. 19. [6f)rtiiiDl.] ber ©t^' <""«' 
neuer). 

3 About liis shelves 

A beggarly — of empty boxes. Shak. 

4 Sent to my — 

With all my imperfections on my head. 

Shakspeare. 

9. On eachof those accounts. Addison. 

10. He was obliged to him upon another — . 

Goldsmith. 

11. Of great — . Brougham. 

12. Men of - and distinction. Pope. 

13. Your friendship is of more — to me 

than all those absurd vanities. Bvron. 

Account current, [ipniibel] bie (aufciltc 
9{erf)nung; bank -, ber 93aiiffciirii, bic 
93niifrec^nuiig, 3{cd)miiig in 25aiifo; cash — 
bie^nffenred)niiiig; profit and loss — , ber 
(Seitinus iiiib 95crIu|1fiMito; stock -, ber 
It npitfilfoilto ; account agreed upon, ter 
fKe<i)nunq6ab{d)lu6; charges -, berltoflen; 
foiito; customs inward — , ber &iiigniig6s 
JoUfcntO; debenture — , bcr I)rillu6ncfflMltO ; 
freight — , ber 5rn(f)tfontO ; foreign bills 
receivable — , ber 2JDed)|VlfDntD. Giving in 
obcr giving up of — s, bie 9{cd)iiung8at'ic; 
guiig. According to his, her — , fciner K. 
SiuSfage nnc^. Beyond -, u ber nHeiiSf griff. 
Their speed had been beyond account. 
Shakspeare. 

By all accounts, ber (iHgeniciiKit ^lu£-- 

fnge na^. For obcr on -(of). iiufOci"'i"ti* 

9led)nunq. In one's -, iiad) ©iiiefi^TOeinung. 

The most mysterious (character) of any 

in my account. Shaftesuurv. 

On another -, ubtrbie* , Jllbcni. On - 
of, 1. in Qlnbetrnc^t, luegcti, unt . .. wH- 
leu, 2. [ipniibel] niif 3eninnb« 9{fd)iiimg, 
fliif 9lbi"d)(ng. Joint -, ber 'ipiirtijipatiiMiSs 
fiMito , bic 3?e(f)nung niit ^nrteti. On pbcr 
upon no -, 1. niif feiiicn ^ciH. 2. nuf feiiie 
233ci|'e, gflr nid)t. Something to put to -, 
[5?nnbcl] cine nbfdjlnglidje 3n!jlinig. Upon 
any one's ~, fliifi 9<urf<'id)t flitf i^bcr fiir 
Seiiiaiib, iini KiiU'tiuidrii. Upon that -. 
ttttjaib. Upon what -, wjffl;nlb, <iiid ivrl: 
<btm ®ninbc. Upon all - *, aiif oflc gnfle, 
III lebrr ?trr, in nflcn ©riidrn, bei jf^fr &>c-. 
ItjjeMyeit. A man of good -, ciil iiUgcfrljej 



ACC 

nrtWnnn; a man of no -, tin un6ebcu! 
tenber Wenfrf); an author of the best -, 
ein fefjr gend)teter ©djrifrftener; there are 
few people of any — but etc., ei gibt IVC: 
nig rtngefeljene Scute, bie nid)t :c. To answer 
one's — , &ineni jiifdjingen ; to be able to 
give an — of one's self, fid) rcd)tfi'rrigen 
fijnnen (iwcgen ber 9Iuffii()rung); to give - 
of one's self, fid) f)eriuH'tbun , (id) befaunt 
niiid)en; to give an -, 9{ed)eufd)nft geben; 
to stand for -, nngercrfjnct, jugcred)net 
"iverben, Shak. ; to call any one to — , Qu 
ncm 9{e(^enrc<)nft obfcrbern, (f-incn jur 
9ced)cnrd)nft jiefjen; to carry to -, in 9?cd)! 
nung bringen; to find one's — , feine died)-- 
nung (bei ©tiunS) ftnben ; to give an - of, 

1. 9?ed)nung ob. 3?ed)enrd)iUt nblegen (iibcr) ; 

2. Q:tma6 erjoljlen , beridjten, irf Inren ; S8e: 
T\d)t nbOottcn (I'iber); to have an — with 
any one , niit &incm in 9?ed)iiung flel)cn ; 
to have no — of any one, I'on ©incm 
feine 3ind)rid)t f)nben; to keep - s, [Span-- 
bei] bie^i'idjer fiiljren; ^ud) ()o(ten; to keep 
an - of, 3{ed)nung fiiljrcn (iiber); to make 
no - (of) , 3ii(f)r5 baitcn (nuf) , fid) 9ii(^to 
nirtd)cn (nu«); to make - of, C'tmne, Qh 
new I)L''d)fd)ri^cn ; to make -, 1. biifurfjniten. 
2. gebenfcn, fit^ uprnehnien, beabftd)tigeu ; 
to make a great — , to make high — of, 
fefir i>iel (jaltcn (nuf) ; to make out any one's 
— , Qh\t6 9vec^nuiig ftcfteu; to post a sum 
to an — , [53aubelj einc ©urn me in 9?ec^! 
nung bringen; to pass to -, in 9{e(f)nuug 
bringen; to put any thing to any one's — , 
0"incni (?tmn6 in 9?fd)uung bringen; to settle 
an -, cine 9?ed)iiung in Drbnung bringen, 
nbfd)tifGfn; to take - (of), 1. ontuerfcn, 
notiren, nuffd)rcibrn (G-tmn«); fii^ Qtnni 
nicrfcn. 2. QtwaS untfrfuc^cn, priifen. 3. in 
■■Srrcdinung, 3liifrt)iag bringen; to take into 
-, in 9Inrd)Iag bringen; to turn to—, 1. 
fid) ju ^^ui^cn lundjcn. 2. OJeiuiun, iBort^eil 
bringen. [bud), 9Jcd)nung6buc^. 

Account-book, [ipnubel] bnd ^onto; 

Account, akkount', ti. a. 1. 7 be-. 

rec^ncn, re(f)nen. 2. nnfcljen, betrn^jten, f)nU 

ten (fiir), ernc^ten. 3. iu 9{ect)nuug bringen; 

(any thing to any one) (Jineiu 9fe(^enfd)nft 

geben (con). 4. (to) nniueifen (ju ^einnnbS 

©ebrnud)). 

2. The mineral produce was accounted 

very valuable. T. Moore. 

To - it, bctrnd)ten M. To - of, " fd^a-- 

(jen, nd)ten. 

Account, akkdiint', i). n. (to any 
one for any thing). I. red)IU'n ; nbri'd)UCn. 
2. fid) rcc^tfcrtigen (ivrgrii), 9Ceri)cni"d)iift ges 
ben (fur). 3. ± t'crnntiuortlid) fcin, jlefjcn 
(ft'ir) , ©tiun^ i>crnntiiHTtfiu 4. (for) ben 
(i3runb nngeben d'on;, (imai crflnren. 5. fid) 
erflnrcu (Grivn*). 
5. Many of the East-.Saxons, unable to — 
for it (the eclipse of the sun) on na- 
tural grounds, attributed it to the au; 
ger of the gods and reverted to their 
former idolatry. I.ingaro. 

Accoiint, ;>)) ftlr accounted. 
Acc«>untabilit y, akkmnitabirete. 
*. 1. bie 25prpfl!dKung, 9ird)fufd)aft nbjnlej 
gen. 2. bie 9Sfranriwrriid)feit. 

Accountnble, akkoiin'tabi, ndj. 
(to any one for any thing). 1. rcd)nuni}i>i 



ACC 

pfTic^tig (von Sentnten). 2. »ernntn)ortli(^ 
((Jinetn fiir (JtiBnfi). 

Accountable for , -f- erf (nrbnr. To 
be - (to) (finem ueriintiuortfid^ ob. died)en> 
\'d)c,ft fd)iilbig fcin; (for) Qtwai ^u uernnt» 
luorten l)nben. 

Women of fashion in London are — to 
nobody after they are married. Sheriban. 

Accountablenes.s , akkoun- 
tablnes, s. bie S5eranti«ortlid)feit. Palev. 

Accountant, akkoan'tant, adj. « 
(for) nerautiuurtlid) (fiir). Shakspeare. 

Accountant,^ l. ber 9fec^uung^< 

Accoii:iptant,^pjTirf)tige,9{cd)nung^. 
fiiljrer. 2. ber i>eraiiiiuortIid)e iBenmte. 3. f 
ber 9{ec^ner; 9?c(f)i'ninei|ler. 

— general, (engl. .Koiijleigeric^t) ber 
5?rtupt ! 9{ed)uung5fiif)rer. 

AcCOUple, akkup'pl, (fr. accoupler) 
i». a. * pnnrcn, uerbinbeu. Bacoh. 

Accoupleinent, akkup'plment, 
*. ■" bie 5pnarung, SBcrbinbung. 

AcCOUrag-e, akkur'ridje, (nltfr. ac- 
courager) v. a. ~- nufiuuntcm, ennutljigen. 

AcCOUrt, akkort', v. a. f. Court. 

AcCOUter, ^(fr.accoutrer) 

Accoutre, akkuu'tur.^ v. a. 1. au^s 
rijilen (cin ©rf)iff). 2. T u. i aufpu^en, <»u6» 
\d)n\uden. nu^ilnffircn. 

Accouterinent, ober 

Accoutrement, akkou'turment, 
«. 1. [5)Jiiit.] bie 2Iufirt3|lung, 9{iiflung, 
bn« 3cug. 2. ? u. ± ber Slujug, Sfiu^, ©tnnt, 
2Iufpu^. 3. ber nlte , unge'.v5f)nlic^e, Ind)crf 
lid)e SUnjug. 4. pi- bie SBerjierungen, S'crs 
rntf)en. [* befanftigen. Spehser. 

Accoy, akkoe', (nltfr. accoiser) v. a. 

Accredit, akkrid'it, (fr. accrediter) 
V. a. 1. it) 2Jnfe^cn obcr 9lufnn^ine bringen 
(cine ^crfon , <S<\d}e). 2. [Sipl.] beglnubi« 
gen , beuoflinoc^tigen. 

Accreditation, akkrldltA'shun, 
#. + [Dipt. J bie ^eglnubigung. Letters 
of -, bn* 93cgfnubignng^fd)reiben. 

Accrescency, akkres'sense, (Int. 

accrescere) «. * ber3uiund)6, bic 3unn^ine. 

Taylor. 

Accrescent,, akkris'sint, adj. 1. 
t junef)nteiib. 2. [S^ot.] nuiund)|cnb. 

Accress, akkrls', obcr 

Accressiinent, akkrls'siment, s. 
[TOlif.J bai ©rcigi'ii. 

Accretion, akkre'shun.«. 1. [$(jl)f.] 
bfl* 3unc()iuen. 2. [-'Sot.J bai 20nd)etl)uin ; 
ber SUuiund)^; b<\6 '•Huiimd)ren. 3. [9fcd)il 
ber3nn"Tt)5 (nn 5>obcu). biei!lnfd)iueiuninng. 

Accretive, akkie't'v, adj. [Zed)n.l 
n)nd)fenb, junel)nienb. 

Accrilllination, akkrjmena' 
shun, (I. adu.criniiniire).;. bieiici"d)lilbigiiug. 

Accroacit, ^ akkru'tsh, (fr. accrn. 

Accroclie, ^ «■'"'>') o. a. l. * nu^ 
tjnttw, m lid) }ifl)rn. 2. [9ffd)r] fid) iviber. 
rtd)X\id) jucignen, nn fid) reiptn, an fid> 
bringen. 

Accroacllilieut , akkrn'tshmenc, 
*. ber (J'ingriff (in oO'innb^ 9{ed)re). 

Accrue, ^akkrmV, (fr. accroitre) ». 

Accrew, ^». do any one from any 
thing) I. t ivnd)rrn, jiinej)iiien. 2. «u* (?r« 
ivai enrilel)fn, rriund)|fn. 3. juwicpfen, iu 
Qiuie fonnueii. 



Faff. dr. f'.II. fat. M4, mer. Fine, fin. N6, move. n6r, got. 6il, rl6nd. Tii'.e, luh. full. i/Wn. Tllis. 1 1 



ACC 

S. The great and eiisentinl advantages 

accruing to society from the freedom 

of the press. Junids's Letters. 

Accrue, akkro-V. *. <■ Der 3iiivnd)5 

AccrULinent, akkroo'meut, «. + 

Accubation, akkuba'shun , ((nt. 
acciibatio) s. [iHrci^nol.] ^ni Siencn bti Zifd)t. 

AcCllinbf akkuinb', ((. accunibere) 
V. H. 1. ('Mrc^iior.] bti Zi(d)e Utqtn. 2: fi^eii 
o&er lic(]rn. [6n« 2ie<jen b« ZHd^t. 

AcCUinbency, akkum'bense, s. 

Accuitlbent , akkum'bent , adj. 
6<i liidje Iic<|en^, (eljnenb. 

Accuinbent, «. t tier 0)afl, ber 
(c4 bti H«t)t 93ifiM6enbf. Chaucer. 

Accuinber, akkum'bur, «f. Ac o m 
b«r. HoMiLy. 

Accumulate, akku'tnulite (Int. 
aecumulare) v. a. | u. i f)inifen , (tiil^nufen, 
aufl)Atifrn. 

Accumulated treason, fin 3"fO"'' 
nienffug uen .'f)od»i'frrnt()Si>trbred)«n. 

- V. If. (id) l).iufeii , iun»f)tnen, ma<b\'tn. 

Accumulate, adj. an(\tt)auft. 

AcCUUtuiation, pkkumuli'shun, 
«. I. V^i \Unl)iiiifirii , bit ainljniifiinn ; brr 
^auft. 2. [litdtt] bai 3iifanimfnrinnnien, 
Sufnnimttitrcffen (uon mtt)Ttrtn Wmilanbtn). 

Accumulative , akk^'mulAtlv. 
adj. 1. ai)l)aiifenb. 2. anf\tt)iiuft. 

Accumulatively , akku'muli 
ilvli. ade. I^niifciiivfiK ; nnl)niifciiti. 

Accumulator, akkd'uiulitur, i. 
Gintt, bcr niihnuft. 

Accuracy, ak'kiirasi. ((nt. ad u. 
cura) 4. I. Die Wnirtiiiflfeit. 1. bit ©orflfnlt. 
3. bie ((itnaut) ^uimntd^mttit. 4. bit (gt: 
naue) 9iid)ti(\ttit. $iinftli(^f(it. 

Accurate, ak'kurAte. Hat. aeenra- 
tus) adj. l.i II. T rornfa(tio> gniAU. 2.n4)tio 
puiiftlid). 3. bt|1iinmt, atnau beilimmf. 

Accurately, ak'kiiriteU, ado. I. 
? u. 1 <\tn<\u, lorflfnltifl. 2. ri(f)ci<i, punttlid). 

AcCurateneHM, ak'kuritenes, M. 
I u. i bit Wfiiniii(]fcit, ^J5iiiiftlid)ffit. 

Accurne, akkurs', Un<\i. curse II. a 
$riif.) B.a. i Dcr|lii(f)m, umuunrd)en. Ac 
c u r " e d ob. accurst, vrtflu<t)t, ab\'d)tu\i<t). 

Accufiable, akku'iabl, aiiJ. (of) 
fliiflnfll'iir, jtroibnt (wen"'). [Bvroic. 

AccuNal, akkii'xal, «. ^bit'Untla<\t. 

Accusant, akku'zaut, «. [9?ccf)ti 
bet ?liifliiiifr. 

AccuMation, akkiixi'shun, 4. bir 
qiiifdigt; !^(r>ti>lbia>»<9 i [dic(<)t«t>r.] bir 
itindf. 

Accusative, akkii'/atlv, (lot. accu 
tativuk) ». I. {Wrftiiiiii.] bor^cciifiitii'. 2. * 
ber ■Jltif liiiicr. [ | (»)rniiini. 1 a\i 9lcciifiuiD. 

AcCUNatively, akku'/alivle. alio. 

AcCIINatury , akkuzatme, a<lj. 
I3?frf)tl fine •Jlnfi.iflc tiuljiiirciiP, .fJliig . . . 

Accune, akku^e', el. acciisare) v.n. 
(any one of any tiling). I. (?iltri1 nnfliincil 
(rocflfii pbrr ciiirr ®iid)f), brrd)iilbiflcu (diirr 
@<i(()C). 2. riiPrlit, iiiigbinigrii. 

Accuse, akkii^e'. t, < Mr 9(iinnge. 
By false —doth level at my life. Shar. 

AcCUMement, akkuie'ment, «. * 
W< 9liiflnge. Spenser. 

Accuser, akkii'xur,«.*ber^nritigrr. 



ACE 

Accnseress, akkd'zurls, «. * bie 

^nMagertnn. 

Accustom , akkus'tum , v. a. (an 

one to anything, + with), gem&t)ncn ©ilieil 
(nn). To- one's self (to), ftc^ geiv5()nen (rtii) 

-, r. n. 1. f geivpfjnt feiii. 2. * Icbeii 
mit e:n« ^tau. Mii.toh 

Accustom, ». t bie (5Jet»pl)nl)eit. 

AcCUStomable, akkus'tummabl, 
adj. t geiu&ljnlid). 

AcCUStomably, akkus'tumabU, 
ado. nnd) gewo^ntcr 3Irt, geiuo^iilid). 

Accustomance , akkus'tum- 
manse, *. " bit (SJeiupfjn^eit. Boyle. 

AcCUStomarily , akkus'tumma- 
rele. f. Customarily. 

Accustomary, akkus'tummare, 
f. Customary. 

Accustomed, akkus'tumd. adj. 
I. geivijf)nt (upti ^enonni). 2. geiu&fjniid) 
(u. ©nd>eii), gebrnu(t)licl>. 3. [5?rtiibelJ flarf 
bei"iid)t (fill Snbeti). 

Accustoiuedness, akkus'tumd- 
nes, *. t bie ffieiupljnfjcit. Pierce. 

Ace, kat, (fr. as) «. I. bad M (>i" 
*artenfpiel). 2. ± tint ^leinigfeit, eiii 'ipuiift, 
oota. [an -, nid)t bai 'JWiiibeile. 

Within an -, uiii ein ^aav, beiiuilje. Not 

A creditor will not abate an — of his 

demand. Webster. 

To be within an — of doing any thing, 
niif belli 'JJiiiifte \\tt}tn, (^twai ,)ii tijiin. 

Aceplialites, asef'aliies.^(gr. ake- 

Acepliali, asef'alt, ] plialos) 

«. pi. 1. [Kird)g.l bie 9Icep()(i(en, eiiie ©cfte, 
nt\(i)t fein Dberfjniipt nnerfniinte. 2. [eiig. 
&t(d).] bit 9lcevf)(ileii. 3. laUt& 9{ed)t] 2Ja: 
fnflen, ffleijllii^e, bie uoii (eiiiciii ee()en«f)emi 
ab^.iiigen. [(p«, fopfJi^*- 

Acephalous, asefalus. adj. t)aupr: 

Aceplialus, asefalus. pi. Aceph.iU. 
». (5?atiirg.] ein Xt)itt oljne «opf (ivie bie 
®d)leiiiitf)icre). [3ll)priib(iiiiii. 

Acer, i'sur, (lat. acer) t. [SPt.] ber 

Acerb, S'xcrb', (Int. acerbus) adj.' 
1. i)ttb, bitter, fd)iirf. 2. j fjirb, fjnrt, (hreiige. 

Acerbate, aNer'bate, a. a. bitter 
Pber t)tvb miid)<ii. 

Acerliity, ascr'beie, i. I. bie ^ttbt 
ber fjerbe {i)erd)iiiii(f. 2. i a) bie ipiirte 
Streiige. b) tie niiilje (V)fmi"it(;«iirt. c) bie 
^eftigfeit (be« Sd),iiierKiid). 

AceriC, aser'I'k, (hit. acer) adj. 
[(£t)tm.] - acid, bie 'Jlf)oriii"iiiire. 

AcerOBe,a*'eroiie,^ (Irtt. acerosus) 

AcerOUS, as'erus,) adj. [^ot.j iia> 
belfi'riiiig. 

Acerra, aslr'ra, (fnt. acerra) t. 
["3lrd)iiPl.l bai '•a3ril)rnurf)frt|ld)eii. 

Acervate, asii'vAle, (l. acervare> 
». a. + (iiil)miffii, iiiifi)iuifen. 

Acervation, ascrvi'sliun. «. f bai 
>Mufl)iiiil'fii, bie •3lii|l)'iiit'iiiig. Jouksom. 

Acervose, aser'vose, adj. * iipflrr 
ipniifrii. 

Acescensy, ases'sensi, «. [9J?eb.] 
bie ^trigiiiig jiiiii ©aiirriuerbeit ; @mierltc^: 
feit, ©niire. 

Acescent, axas'sent, (I. acescere) 
adj. (autrlidi), in'6 ©liiierliffte ilbergrfjciiCi. 
- «. pi. Diiige, bie leid)t tVitier lurrbeii. 

Acetabulum, aselab'ulum, (Int. 



ACH 

aeetabnlnm) t. I. ['Unat.] bie ^fniine. 2, 
[3opl.] ber ©eepolpp. 3. [>Ur4)ao(.] bai 
©lTtgflnfd)d)cii. 

Acetate, Is'etate, ((lit. acetum) ». 
[Gfjeiii.] bai eiTigfaure 8al,), aicetnt. * 

Acetated, as'etAted, adj. [ffljem.] 
effig : gefdiiert, fnucrlirf). 

Acetic, aset'ik, adj. lQi)tm.] I'pfff . 
foiiimen eiftgfnuer; - acid, bie poflfpiiimfiie 
(S'fllgfaure. [[(Fljem.J bie (J-ilig rSniieriiiig. 

Acetification, asctlfekaShun. «. 

Acetify, a.se'icfi, v. n. u. a. effig* 
I'ouer luerben, mnd)eii. 

Acetimeter, asetim'eliir, (1. are- 
turn II. grierf). metron) *. [(Fl)eill.] btt&f\i<\t 
Sniiremeffer, bat SUetinietcr. Urb. 

Acetimetry, a.setini'ctre, s.[(H)(m.] 
bit 3Icetiiiietrie. Ure. 

Acetite, as'eiite, t. [G'fjciii.) efiliv 
|nuerlid)ed ©nlj. [.\cetimetcr. 

Acetometer , asctniu'cti'ir , f 

Acetous, ase'rus, adj. [(Fl;eill.] IIIK 

ooHfommen eiMgi'mier, erfigfaucrlid); - atid 

bie uiippflfoiiitiifiie (^riiiginiire. 

Acliariston, ^karis'nin, (gr. acha< 

ristos)*. ['TOeb.] ter>Uc<)imi1(']IrtSiUiiicrfle). 
Acliarnes, akar'nez, | J. [<;}I|lfon.] 
Aclierner, aker'nnr, \ 9lf lining 
Acliernes, aker'ne/., ) (ein ©tent 

erfler OJriJ^c). [bcr Saiif, 'Miifniif. 

Achat, atshat', (fr. achfit) *. [^td)t] 
- (fr. achai) *. " ber ajprrntl; (pdu Sea 

beniSmittcin to. [fer, Sieferniit. CHAtcER. 
Achator, atxii&'tur. «. '^= ber Rim> 
Aclie, ike, v.n. I. mei) t()iin, fc^iiicr» 

jen (pljofird)). 2. i leibeii, eiiipfiiibcii, fiiljleii. 

2. Was it a proof that my heart could 

not — for the dislreshes of war loo? 
Sterne. 

One's head, teeth etc., to — ,^ppf:, 
3(i()iin)e^ tjabtn. 

Ache,) ake, (iiiigflt". acp) *. bnSSBff), 

Ake, )ber©d)iiicrj; bie^ciii; Sergcti. 

Head--, bai KppflUff) ; tooth — , bai 
3n()iin)ef); --bone, bntf ipiiftfrciii. 

Achean, ake'an. adj.[0'ito<\T.]a<t)aif(3}. 

Achecked, at.ihekt', f. Choke. 

Achievable, attxiie'vabi,(u(;. a\ii> 
fii(;rbnr, tl)iiiili(^ [iSecrit^tiing, i>e(6ciitf)nt. 
Acltievance, attshe'vanse. 4.-J-MC 
Achieve, altsheve', (fr. aehever) o. 
a. I. nii5fii(;reii , pi'dfiiljreii , pollbriiigeii, ja 
Stniibe briiigeii. 2. bni'PiitrflgciKeiiicnSieg), 
SouTHEY. 3. errocrbcn, erlaiigcii. 4. erljnlfeii, 
befpiiiiiicii. 5. iiiuljfam uoluiibeii Pber ect 

rei(()Cll. SlIAKSPEARE. 

3. Experience is by industry achieved. 

Shakspearb. f 

4 I perish, Tranio, 

If I achieve not this young modest 

girl. Shakspeare. 

Achievement, atlsheve'ment. s. 

I. bie SSpfleiibuiig, ^JiiSfilljruiig. 2. bie SptU 

bciu()iit. 3. bie (S-rlniifliiiig. 4. i bai SSJrrf, 

©rieiigiiie. S. [ij»rrlb.] bai ^Bnppeii. 

4. The fourth canto of Childe Harold, in 

point of execution, the subluiiest 
poetical — of muiial pen. T. Moore. 

Achiever, atishevur.j. i.bcr^pQ* 
briiiger, ^JiiSfuljrnr. 2. G'iiirr, ber ermngt. 
1. .\ victory is twice itself when the - 
brings home full auniUers. SuAK. 



Tl Ti'ilf. f'^r. f'll', fnf. Me, met. Fine, fin. N6, ni6ve, n6r, got. ^il, rl6nd Tnho. tii?), fiVl. f//ln. TKis. 



ACH 

Achillea, akille'a. «. [<!3ot.] i>a& 
'K'billenfmiit, fie ecbanfiinrbe. 

Acltillis tendo, akil'lis tin'do, «. 

[•Uiiflt.] Me •3ld)incsflrd)fe. 

Acltiinenes, aklm'enez, ». ['Sot.] 
fcit ■ymuniuurj. [2Btl). 

Acliiiig', A'kiiig, «. bcr ©c^merj, &a« 

Acliiote, a'tsliiot, ». [S»pt.] ber Dr= 
fMnetaiim. [bcr aidjirit. 

Acliirite, ak'ciite, 4. [■Kinernlfl.] 

Acliitk, atsh'it/t, «. [5Bpt.] ber 
.raimtiifii. [['ipnttjot.] ber STuM. 

Aclllys, ak'lis, (gr. aclilys. gie6el) *. 

Acliinite) ak'mite, «. ['IKtncrnlg.] 
biT ■'ilrfintit. 

A-Cline, ak'ne, (gr. acline)*. ['i)Snft)of.] 
ttl. [bcr 9In(Vruiia; bie 9Sn(f)Sriifen. 

Aclior, a'kor, (flr. aehor) i. [$ntl)rl.] 

Aclioristos, akoris'ios, (gr. 5Sort) 
adj. [?13ntl)Dl.J fcefliniint, unfeljIOnr (2111: 
jcicftfii). 

AcliroinatiCf akr6mat'ik, (gr. 
aclironiatos) adj. [Dpt.] fflrbcnloS , fld)n)> 
nmrird). 

AciCIlla, Isik'ula, ((at. dim. VDll 
aciis bic "JTnbcO » [3(^t(ji)nf.] bie '5!fetTnabcI. 

Acicular, asik'ullr. adj. ['!8cit. tl. 
<35tincrnrfl.] iiabelf5rtnirt, rpiOiiirnufenb. 

Acid, as'sKl. c(. acidus)nrf/. faun, ^cr6e. 

Acid, ai'sid. «. [(Ffjeni.) bie ©niire. 

Miiiernl — , miiicrnlirdje ©aure; Aethe- 
rial -, 9Ief()erfniire ; Arsenic -, airfenif-- 
fiUirc; Boracic — , S8ornxf>1iire; Camphoric 
-. .^amt>()err>nire ; Nitric -, ©nlpctennure ; 
Nitrons -, um'oftfiniimenc ©nlpeterfnure ; 
Vitriolic-, 25itrioI|aiirc ; Cliloric -, (Fl)lpr: 
fiiiire; Cliloroug -, unuoflfotiintciie (ii)lot- 
fiiiire. 

Acidiferoiis, assidif'lrus. ((at. 
acidiim a. fero) adj. [(rf)eni.) fniire()alreiib. 

Acidification, assidetek^'shun,*. 
[CFfieni.] bie Snuninfl. 

Acidifier, assid'etiur, «. [6^()cni.] 
ber fmiernbe OJniiib|lpff. 

Acidify,' assid'efi. (tnt. aciduni u. 
facere) v. a. friiiern , ill ©aure i>enuaiibelii. 

Acidiineter, asKiddini'eiur. dat. 
Rcidiiai u. gr. iiietron) «. [(Fl)eni.] bad 5Ui; 
binieter. [[CFIjem.] bie 9lcibinietrie. Ure. 

Acidiinetry, assiddim'etre. s. 

Acidist, as'si:iiNt, t. ber ^nf;aiiger 
ber Saiireii(rl)rc. 

Acidity, asid'rieie. } i. bie ©niire, 

Acidn('<«s, as'Mdnls.^ ^oibirat. 

Acilllliae, aKid'dule, (aquae) s. 
pi. bcr ©auerOnmiien. 

Acidulate , aMd'dulAte , v. a. 
[CFlictii.] laiicrlid) iiiadjcii; luit I'liuerlidjcn 
©rpffen iHTtiiifdjeii. 

Acidiile, aK'sidi'ilc. )s. [dljeni.] 

Acidllllllll, assid'iiluiii.y^lcibul, n. 

Acidulous, assid'ulus.nrfymiicrlid). 

Acinaciforill, asNcnas'etnmi, adj. 
[9JiT.] rrt)nuTr;, laMtiiirit'ig. 

Acinesia, asiiie'/.liea. t. [%\ti)lA.] 
i<a6 ©titl|lel)Cii (bfi ^uU'r^), bie -Siul^e. 

./^inirorili, asiii'cform,«rf/.[iltmr.J 
- tunic, bie IraiiiU'iiijaur. 

Acinus, as'sinus. s. [$cr.] rrntifrrti: 
orrine 5Vere, (yriid)r. 

Acipens«»r, as'scpcnsur, (laf.) s 

l3(t)tl'Pi'i.J W- <©ror.) 



ACQ 

Aclier, ak'ilr. (nngctf. acer) ». bic 
(5)ciuad)!-erbe, ^^jNffaiijencrbc 

Ackno'^v, akno' (angelf. know u. a 
$riif.)».a. '■' flcttel^fii, ciiinc|lc()cii, t""fennen 

Acknovledg'e , aknol'ledje. V 

a. 1. aner?enncn (alS lunljr). 2. = (ali- gilf 
tig). 3. = (in ber (5igeiird)aft aM. 4. =, cin-- 
gcrtc()en, jiigetcn, Defennen. 5. anKiflc"- «" 
fiinbigcn (ben Gnipfang). 6. erfennen (banf 
Imr). 7. femicn cmifyeii uon). Milton. 8. cr: 
teniien (eiit|pred)eii, (Ffjrc ontljuin. 

8. The nephew helped himself only to a 

moderate sip to — his uncle's coin tesy. 
W. Scott. 

To — the receipt of, ben &ntpfang (ci; 
\\e6 58riefe5, 'ipncfetS) nnjeigcn. 

Ackno'«vledg-inent, aknoi'led 
jcment, s. 1. bie Slncrfeiiiiung (aU \vat)r). 
'i. bie Siiflcbiing (eincr 'J;()ntrod)e) Webster. 
3. bag 58efeniiriiifj , (i)citanbiiifj (rineS gel); 
ler§). Webster. 4. bie (S-ntfd)u(bigiing Ovc; 
gen eiiie$ begnnneiicn Unred)tg). H"me. 5. 
bcr (!^inpfangrd)ein. Byron, ft bn5 fd)rift: 
Iid)e 3cii(liii(3. Hume. 7. *. pi. bcr Danf, 
bie Cn'fctiiitlidjfeit. Bvron. 8. bad (55efd)eiif, 
(iJnabengefctienP (in G3elb). Steele. 9. ber 
■Jri^iit. 

9. Some Anglo-Saxon vassals were vas- 

sals by choice, wlio chose their own 
lord, paid him an — for liis protec- 
tion and at his deatli gave their fealty 
to any superior whom they thought 
proper to select. Lingard 

Acknowledg-er, aknol ledjur. 
s. t ber 9lncrfcnncr. .Iave 

Acme, ak'nie, (gr. akme) *. 1. 1 bie 
©pi^e, ber 03ipfc( , hMvle '•J?iinft <tci 
9?ii()ntS !c.). 2. [«patl)Pl.] bcr i}M)\1e 'ipunft 
(eincr .ftranf()cit). 

Acoiiiieto.s, akoinie'tos, (gried).) 
sf [.<?irdig.] bcr ^iBintfatiie. 

Acold, akoid'. adj. " fait, crfaftct. 
Poor Tom's — . Shaksi'eare. 

Acolotllist, akol'l(Waxt, | «. (gr.) 
Acolyte, aU'Alltp. Ibrr'JJric; 

Ac<»lytlie, ak'oil.h, ] ilcrgc; 
(julfe, ?iad)trcter, 9(foliirf). 

Acoinber, } akkum'bur. * f. 
Accumlier, S Cumber. Chaiter. 
Aconita, aknn'eta, ». [(ri}em.] bad 
•Slcpnitin. Ure. 

Aconite, ak'konlte, (gr. akonitoii).s. 

1. [58iif.] bad &ircnl)iitd)cn, ber ©ninnfjiir. 

2. ^ iiaf' mt. 

ACOntia.<HI, akon'sluas. (gr. akon- 
tias) s. [Tiatiirg ) bie ^pfcilnatter. 

Acop, akop'. (angrir. cope, iinb a 
qjraf.) nrfp. ^ an pbcr auf bcin .^ppfe, ai\\ 
ber ©pifjc, ()Dd> p6cn. B. ,Ion.son. 

Acorn, A'korn, (angelf. aecem. aec 
Q-lcl)t u. corn) «. 1. bic (Sidjel. 2. [»)}?ar.l 
ber Jlfigrlfnppf. 

Acorn, A'knm, p. n. « ^irf»f(n frcffcn. 

Acorned, i'kornd. adj. I. niit G-i: 
rf)rln belabcn. 2. niit (5-id)cln gcniaftcr. 3. 
(5pcrlb.) mit Q-id)tn\ pencljen. 

Acors, akkors'. <■ f. Accurse. 

Acoriis, ak'on'is. (lar.) «. I. \'&vt.] 
bie SHfagenii'iirj. 2. [Wrb.] bcr .fioimnd. 

Ac<»Kiiiia, akos'nieu.(gr.)«. ['i)>(Ul)L'l.] 
b*d iible "JJiidiVhcn. 

Acotyledon, ak^tlnedun :(jr.) 



Aca 

«. ["J^ot.l bic narftfcinienbe '^^fTan.je. 

Acotyledonous, akoieled'&niSa, 

adj. ['i^pt.] nacfrfeimenb. 

Acoustic, akoiVstik. adj. afuilifC^, 
bie ©d)a(lel)re ober bad (Richer t'ctrcffcnb. 

- conduct. [Slnat.] bcr PJeljprgang; - in 
strunient, cin tiaS Qiel)br nnreriltiijenbed 
^23erfjc"fl/ 5?iJrrpl)r; - nerve, ['ilnat.J ber 
0)cl)i>rncrpe. 

AcOU.Stics , akoiVstiks, s. pi. 1. 
F^l)pr.] bie 3lfu|1if, ©d)al!lel)re. 2. [g??eb.] 
geliprilarfcnPe -Wittcl. [Chaucer. 

Acoy, akfii', V. a. * bcmnftigen. 

Acquaint, akkwant', (altfr. aceoin- 
ter) V. a. (— any one witli any thing), be* 
fannt niad)cn ((Jjnen tnit (S-tiiuid), bcnact>« 
ridjrigen (ppn), inelben (&inetn (?tmad). 

To — one's self with, fcnnen Icriicn. To 
be - ed with, Qemanben pber (J-tiuad fens 
nen. To become — ed with. Gained 93e» 
falllltfdjaft nind)Cn. To cause any one to 
be - ed, (Jincn luiiyen (affen. To make any 
one acquainted with any one, Q'incn 
init Scninnb bcfannt tnnd)cn. .To make 
any one — ed with any thing, ©incn Mlit 
(J-tiimd befaniit tnad)en. 

Acquaintable, akkwan'tabl. adj. 
* jiiganglid) (p. ^erfpnen). Chaucek. 

Acquaintance, akkuan'tanse, t. 
iwith) 1. bie 5Befanntrd)aft (mit einer <lJer< 
fiMi). .2. bie ^efaniitfrfjaft, ivcnnrnig (ppn 
©ad)en). 3. bie SSefanntfrfjaft, bcr23cfnnnte. 

To hold — with, f jjrcunb|"d)iift , (ye|"cfl» 
fdjaft ()alteii (mit). 

Like Arion on the dolphin's back 

I saw him hold acquaintance witb 

the waves, 
So long as I could see. Shak. 

Acquaintant, akkwan'tant, t. ber 
S3cfaiinrc. Swift. 

Acquainted, akkwan'ted. adj. p. 

pass, (with, niand&mnl of), i. befannt (ppn 
iljatfadjen). 2. unterrit^jttt (pon). 3, befnunt 
emit &incm). 

Acquaintedness, akkwan'ted 
nes. *. t bic 58efanntrd)aft. Boyis. 

Acquest, akkwest'.^ (altfr. acque- 

Acquist, akkwist', ^ ster) s. 1. brt 
(5-riucrb, bie (5Tiucrbimg. 2. bic (Jrot'eriing. 

Acquiesce, akkweess'. (I. ncquies- 
cere) v. n- (in u. to) 1. ciniuifligcn (in Q-t: 
luad), cingc()cn (einen 9?prrd)Iag). 2. juianu 
mciiiTiinmcn (mit). 3. fid) gefaflen laftfti, 
fid) in e-riiHid ergeben ober fiigen, fid) bei 
(?ripad berii()igen. 
2. Every thing seemed to — in the pro- 
found repose of nature. W. IrvinO. 

Acquiescence,^ akkwces'-seus", 

Acquiescency,"^ akkwees'sensi, 
*. I. bie Siiftiiiiiiniiig, CS'iniDidiginig. 2. (inj 
bie 'Siifliiiifl/ ®d)irfiiiig, (J-rgebiing (im. 

Acqitiescent, akkweis'sent. adj. 
fid) gem pbcr lcid)t in C-rnnid crgct'ciib. 

Ac<iuiet, akkwi'el, v. u. '■■ brru> 
l)igi'n. I bie (F-rlangtmrfrir. 

Acquirability, akkwiraLilcte. «. 

The — of civil adv,int:iges. Paley. 

Acquirable, akUwi'rabl. adj. tt- 
laiigt pb. crivprt'cn mcrbc n f piinciib, erlangfar. 

AC(|uire, akkwlre'. dar. acquirere) 
i>. a. I. cripcrbfii, er'angrii; frrcid)tii. 51 
leritciii crierncn. 



FAtP. f^r. r^>l. fi^t. HU, ruk Fine, f fn. N6. ni^vP. n6r. s5t . ^.'K cI6i',d. Ti^ho. nib, m. t/nn TFli^ M 

ACQ 



ACT 



S Without acquiring a letter. BrROx. 
Acqniiement, Skltwire'm'nt, s. 1. bie 
Ocrwerbung. (Jrlangung. 2. bit (tur* 3Id§ Jc.) 
erworbcne gertigfeit cb. gaiigfelt; pi. lit la- 
Itntt, Senntnifft. 
2. He was a man of xerj considerable 
talents and great acquirements. 
Btron. 
Acquirer, Slkkwl'rflr, s. ber Srtrerbfr. 
Aoqulry, Jkkwl'r*, *. f bie grwerbunj. 
Aequtalte, JkTcwezU, o^/. * erworben. 
Bacon. 
AcqnUitlon, Jkkw.^zlsh'shfln, g. 1. 
tat terreerbtit. 2. iai Srwprbenf. Crwerbnig, 
tie (fripfrbung. 3. bit Slrbeit. Johnsox. 4. bie 
Crrernunfl (einer €»ra^t). 6. bie trwcrbene 
S^adit; Qroberung. Humb. 

Acqnisltlvey Ikkwlz'zklr, a4J. [un- 
Icrrtft] ernorbtn. 

Acquisltor, Iklrwlz'rJtflr, ». ber (Jr. 
Bierbtr. Richarhmos. 

Acqntst, • f. Acquest. Mii,ton. 

Acquit, Ikkwlt', (fr. acqnltter), v. a. 
—ting, —ted, ; u.l frelfrredien. To — one's 
Mlf (of). 1. obtragen (fine €(tulb). 2. t fid) 
redjtfertiflfn (ttegen). 3. (lt«at serrldjten, fid) 
rintr Sa<te entlebigen. 4. j!4> fatten; feine 
e^utbisfeit tl)un. 

4. The orator acquitted hlmiielf well. 
Wbmteb. 
To — a debt, eine ®d)nlb abtrflgen; lo- 
an obligation, 1. eine 2!erbinbri(tffit erfiiflen 
2. tine SBobltbat trfennen ; to — one's self of 
a promise, ein iPer(pre4en balten ; to — one's 
self towards a person, fid) fcincr 3^fli4t flfflen 
tine l^erfon entiebigen; to — one's self from 
blame, fid) 8<fl'n itttn label (idler fteOen; to 
— any one from . . , dinem dtnat erlaffen. 
Acquitment, Jkkwit'm'nt, i 
Acquittal, akkwit'tU, \ *' 

[1Red)t«fpr.] bie Coifprc^ung, greifpreiung. 

Acquittance, Jkkwit'tlnse, *. t. f u. 
t bit 8rtifpre4Bng. 3. tit Unfiulb. 3. bit «b. 
tragung, Stja^lung (tiner ®4ulb). 4. tie Duit' 
tung. 

2. Now must your conscience my — seal, 

And you must put mo in your heart for 

friend. Shakspkark. 

— v.a.* freifpre(ien, Ic«fpred!en. Shak. 

A erase, > Skr'ze', (fr. 6craser) v.a. * 

Acraze, V 1. trbriirfen. 2. jum 5larren 

madden. 

Acrasy, SkTcrizS fgr.) s. [OTeb] bie Un. 
«fi§igfeit tm Sffen unb Iriiifm. 

Acratla, SkrV8hJi\, s. [OTebicIn] bie 
©diwaie. bai Un»erm?gen, M J" bemegen. 

Aoratlsma, ikrh's'mA, fgr.) a. [Mr. 
(blol.] ba« J^riibftud ; bie !S3(tnfuppe. 

Acre, Vkftr, (angelf. acer) *. 1. ber SKor. 
gen, ader £anbe« (4S40 Duabrat-?Iarb4). 2. 
— ober lack, eIn Sad iRiipien (100,000 OJupien). 
Aere-flght, ber Jtanipf auf eincm einge. 
WtolTenen gelbe, ^Jlafie. — shot cb. — tax, 
bie fflrunbfteuer scm 9J?orgen Canbe«. 

Acred, .ATcflrd, adj. QSrunbeigentl&iim Be. 
flftenb; idtfcrbau .. . 
Acrid, Ak'r'ld, (fr. iU;re) arij. f^arf, ^erb. 
Aorldnesa, ik'rMn's, s. bie Sc^arfe, 



ACT 



^erbe. 
Acrlmonloufi, skkr'mVnefis, adj. j 

u. t bcipeiib, f^iirf. a^tni. 



Acrimoniously, IkkrimA'tteflslJ, 
adv. J u. t beigenb, bitter. 

Acrlmoulousuess, flkkremA'aiSs- 
n's, pbcr 

Acrimony, AkTir.'m'ni, (lat. acrimo- 
nla) 1. bie etfcarfc (einer €ubflanj). 2 t bie 
Sitterfeif; €trenge, -Ffeftig/cit, .^crbe. 

Acrlsla, Skre'zhM, (gr. krisis u. a prl- 
vativum) *. [Web.] bie.§emmung ber Cntfc^ei- 
fcung einer Kranffielt. 

Acrltude, SkTuritide, (lat acritndo) 
pber 

Acrlty, akTcret*, (lat. acritas) t. bie 
®*arfe, ^erbe. 

Acroama, SkTcrMmi, (gricd)) ». [^r- 
diaol.] ba« gjorgtlcfene, SBorgefplelte, SJorge- 
fungene, tie 2?»faIfompbonie, ba« Jtofalfonjert. 
Acroamatlc. AkkrASm^tlk, cber 
Acroamatlcnl, i^kkrA.^mSt'^Ik;\l, (gr.1 
adj. [aU< 5?bilof.] gfbeim, efcterif*, eingeweibt 
Acroamatlcs, Skkn'-SmJt'iks, ) 
Acroatlcs, AkkrA.^t'iks, \ '-P^- 

[atte fWel] gcfjeime ©erfe, aSortefungen, fiir 
Singeteeibtt. 

Avrochelrla, ftkriki-'riS, (gr.) a. [Wr- 
4^ol.] ber ^anbfampf. 
Acroke, Skr'k', i adv. berfe^rt, urn. 
Acrook, ftkrMk', I gefe<)rt. 
Acronic, ?.kkr6n'nlk, i (gr. akros 

Acronlcal, SkkrSn'm'kJl, \ unb nyx) 
adf. [*.anrcn.J aironifdj, aironflftif*. 

Acroulcally, SkkrSn'nik^iU^, adv. 
raflron] jur 3elt be* adironifcjen 8Iuf. cber 
Untcrgangetf. 

Acrooplre, Sk'kn'spire, (gr. akros u. 
spelra) *. {©ot.J ber Keim (ber €amcn). 

Acrosplred, JkTtrAsplred, p. paaa. 
adj. fcimenb. 

Across, Akriss', (a 95rfif. u. cross) proep. 
queer bur^, mitten buri^' 

Across, adv. 1. rreujweife. 2. t (nl« 
au«ruf) Hnglijrfli<t, feblgefdjiagen. 5. serfebrt, 
f^ief, unrid)tig. 

With arms — , mil uber einanber gefcftfagc. 
nen Sirmen. 

Acrostic, akr6ss't?k, (gr. akra u. sti- 
chos) a. in ?Ifrofti(ftcn. 

— , adj. ein SIfrcflidjon entSaltcnb cber be- 
treffenb, atrcftifd). 

Acrostlcally, Jkriss'tekJll^, adv. toie 
ein Sitrofli<^on. 

Acrostlcum, Jkross'tikflm, a. [Sot.] 
btr poQbliitigt gam. 
Acroter, Jk'r.'tflr, ) (gr. acroter) 

Acroterla, Sk'rSti'riS.pi. J *. [2fr(^it.] 
bat guggcftetl, ber Witberfhibl. 

Acroterlasm, Sk'r'tflri'-Azm, a. ((J^ir.) 
bit (5u§. cber .^lanbabnebntung. 

Act, &kt, (lat. u. gr. ago) v. n. 1. (anbein, 

ju SBerfe geftcn, jli^ bcne^men. 2. mirfen (upon, 

auf). 

2. How body acts upon Impassive mind. 

To — up to a thing, eincr <Bai)t gcmag 

banbeltt. 

Act, V. a. 1. ± leitert, treiben, bewegen. 2. 
fpielen, auffubrcn (tin ©tiirf). 3. (Jbeater) 
fpielcn (eine 9icnc), borfieQen, maiitn, agircn; 
(aud) ±) fiilbern. 4. f beucfcctn, perfleHen. 
1. Most men are acted by levity or whim. 
South. Locke. 



He acts the part of a man of honor, er 
banbclt al« gbrenmann; er fpidt tic SRcae 
einee cbrlic^en 2Wannc8. 

Act, s. 1. ba« ^anbeln; bie .fanHung, 
Stat, ba« ?Berf, ber ed)ritt (ba» ®ctbane). 2. 
bie g!Bir«i(breit. 3. ber Slufjiig, «ft (eine* £d,au. 
fpielo). 4. [SRc(^t«fpr.] bie SBcrbanblimg, Slfte. 
5. [yarlamcntsfpr.] bieatte, ber !Befd)Iii§, bai 
Dcfret. 6. ber 3IItu*, bie feierlicfce ^antlung. 
7. pi. bie Slften. 

Act of oblivion, bie STmneflie. —of parlia- 
ment, bie 9)arlament«affe, ber ^arlamentcbc 
fd)Iu§. Act of a student in Divinity, tie 
tbeoIogif(^e Snaugurnlbifputation. E.vcyc. a c t 
of settlement, (engl. Oefd).) bieSbronfcrgcafte. 
Act of faith, ba« Siutobafe. Acts of the 
apostles, pi., bie SlpolJelgefdji^te. In act, 

1. ttirflic^. 2. an bem, im S?egriffe In the 
very — , auf ber Ziiit. auf frif^er Zt}ai. To 
put into — , au«fiibren, ooajieben. —of order, 
bie iSluaubung ber Drbnung-. Shak. 

Actea, tk.tb% a. [Sot] bie ©(bwarjwura. 

Acteon, Skti'Sn, a. f ber .fiahiirei. 

Actinia, Iktl'niS, a. [Sot] tic eecnefTf!. 

Actings, ak'tlng, a. ba« Spielen (eine* 
®*aufpieler«), ©piel. 

Actlnollte, Sk'tln/.lite, (gr. aktln u. 
lithos) a. [Mineral.] ber ©trablfiein. 

Actluollt'ic, adj. f^rablftcinartig, jum 
©trablfteine gebijrig. 

Action, ^k'shfln, (lat. actio) a. 1. bie 
^anblung, Ibat. 2. [i^bOf.] bie aSirfung. 3. 
[SUbct.] bie aifticn, ber Scrfrag, ba» Sieberben. 
fpiel, ber 9?a*bru(f, Sluifbrud. 4. [;Tte*tifp.] tie 
Jflage; (aud)) bau Jtragcrcc^t. Blackstonk. 
5. [Dram, ober ®p.] bie J^anbluug. 6. [OTal. u. 
^ilbb] bie ©tettung, .5>altung. 7. ba« iEreffen, 
®efe<bt. 8. [Jpanbel] bie i'lftie. 

2. Nothing is done in the universe but by 
the action of active bodies upon tli« 
passive. 

To bring, to lay ober to enter an— again.'! 
one, ffiinen geri^tlld) bclangen,' orrflagen. To 
be in—, rcirfen, tbatig fein. Full of—, 1. tbS- 
Hg, gefdjaftig. 2. picle Oieberbfu cber ©eflui 
mai^enb. Fit -for—, ju G)efd)aften gcfditdt. 

An — for trespass, eine peinlidie .RIage. Au 

upon appeal, eine Stppenntioiisfliige. 

Action-taking, rt^y-. proje§fu4tig, flreit. 
fucfctig. — -threatener, ber 3^rpje§framcr, 
$ro}e§fud)tige. 

Actionable, SSk'shiinJbl, adj. einer 
Slrtflage auisgffe^t, ftrafbar; flagbar. 

Actionably, ak'shdnJbU', adv. ttnem 
8fled)t«ban"bel unternjorfcn. 
Actlonary, Jk'shftnSri, > s. berSIftien* 
Actlonlst, Jk'shSnIst, \ inbaber, 81f. 
ticnbefi^er, aiticnbanbter. 

Actltatlon, ikti'tVshftn, a. bie f^nfQt 
«. oft tpiebcrjolte J^anblung, ijftcre SBifberl'o- 
litng. 

Activate, Sk'tev.lte, u a. in Sbatigfelt 
fegeit, in Oang bringcn, wirtfam madden. 

Active, Rk'tlv, (let actu-us) adj. 1. wirf. 
fam, ttirtenb. 2. tbatig, betriebfam, Icbbaft, 
geft^aftig. 3. beftenb. 4 [®ramm.] banbelnb. 
tbatig (son 3eitn)iirtern). 5. [J^anbel] attip. 

Hamilton. Mc Culloch. 

Active principles, [Sbcm ] irirfeube 

fflrunbHoffe. — errors, praTtifd/C Srrtfciimcr. 



1 4 Fate, ffir, fSlI, fat Me, mk. Fine, ffn. N4, mive, nSr, gSt. 8fl, dSfld. Trtbe. ti'ih, ft'ill «//in, TUh. 



ACT 

Shak. An -life, ein njerft^ntigeS Sc6en. 
Active citizen, © bic CrtllS. 

Active, «. [OJrnmm.] bafi tfjatiQe 

Actively, ak't'vle, adv. 1. tfjntig, 
wirffiim, gefi^nftig. 2. [®rnmm.] f)(tnbc(iib, 
tijatig, n(5 «Ufttuum. 3. in^bcrlfjat, luirflid). 

Activeness, ali'tivnis, *. bie Ifjn: 
tiiifcit, !8ftrie6fimifeit, Se&ljnftiflfeit, 65efd)af» 
fijlfeit; 58c()cnbigfeit; SBirffaiiiteit. 

Activity, aUiv'ete, s. 1. tie 'Soirt' 
fanifeit, luirfenbe Kraft. 2. bie lijntigfcit, 
a^ctricfifamfeit , Oef^nftigfcit , 25cl)eiibi(ifcit, 
9(enf«i"f«'f (■^- Ipcrfoncn). [ooffem ©nnge. 

Feats of -, ^unflfliicfe. In full -, in 

Acto, ak'to, ^ *• * fcfr ^iinjcrrocf, 

Actor, ali'tur,^ ini ^nnjedjeiub. 

Actor, ak'tur, «. 1. bcr 5?anbc(nbe, 
■Jfjnter, bie (jnnbetnbe ^crfon. 2. bcrScf)nu-- 
fpieler. 3. bcr 0)errf)iiftgmann , ^liuvnlt (in 
Pipitfnt^en), llntfrfjnnbter. 

Actress, ak'trls, «. 1. bie ^nnbelnbe 
Sperfun. 2. bie ©t^niifpicfcrinn. 

Actual-, ak'tsliual, (fr. actnel) adj 

I. tfjntig, ftftiu. 2. cine^nnblung infirf) l"rf)(ici 
fjenb. Shak. 3. mWUid) (j.2). eine^b\i(t)tic.) 
4. gegeinunrtio, ie^ig. 

- sin [K)CDr.] bie iuirffirf)e ©liiibe. 
Actuulity, aktsliual'lete, t. bie 

SBirflif^fcit. 

Actually, ak'tshuall^, adv. I. in 
6er Ifjnt , luirflitt). 2. (jcgeniunrfirt bcvnia; 
ten ic^t. [TClrfftc^feit 

ActualneSS, ak'tsliualn€s, «. bic 

Actuary, ak'tsliuaie, t. [9{fd)tfiVr.] 
berSIftimr, Dfcgiflrntor , ^rotrri'flifl, &t-. 
t'\d)ti\'<i)te\b(v. 

Actuate, ak'tslnUte, ». o. frci&cn, 
(intrci&en, in t^ntigfeit ob. 58eiucgnng re(;en, 
in 05nng bringcn ober fc^cn. 

- adj. gctrte6en, bekbt. 
Actuation, aktsliuA'sImn, ». bic 

Sffiirfung. Glakvime. 

Actuose, aktuise', ac^. f wirffnm, 

frrtftl'Dff. 

Acuate, Sk'uAte, rtnt. acno) V. a. 
[fffjeni.] fcf)nrfcn, ft^atf morf^en. Harvey. 

Acubene, akubene', «. [^flron.] 
em ©tern i>ifrter ®ri!i0c im ^rcbfe. 

Acuition, akuish'un. (ii. Int. acuo) 
«. l^eb.] bod ®d)nrfnind)en (einer^lrjenei). 

Acuity, aku'ctc, *. bie frfjarfciSpirjc. 

Aculeate, akii'leate. (Acu'leated) 
adj. I. [Sot.] fpifjig, fln(f)cng. 2. [3iH'(.] 
niit einem ©tnrfjel iierfcJjcn. Mii.ne. 

Aculeatu!i,aku'leatus,«.[^c{>t[;t)l>I.] 
Hv ^-eev- i^bcr ©ceigef. 

Aculei, aku'lei, (I. 333.) «. pi. [95ot. 

II. 3iHi|.] bie ©fnf^ci. 

Aculer, aku'lur, (fr. acculer) v. n. 
[5?citf.] fid) jn I'icr jurnninicnbrangcn ; 
[ipcrlb.] fid) nufl'flunicn. 

Aculon, ak'iilon.^ (gr.) ». [95ot] bie 

Aculos, ak'iilus, ^ ^Tud)t ob. &id)cl 
bcr ©tciiicid)e. 

Acumen, aku'men, «. I. bie fc^nrfc 
©V'iije. 2. f bcr ©dxirfnuii. 

Acuminate, akii'm^nite, V. a 
fpi(;fn, jniVi^cn, |M)iirtVn (nnd) i). 

- V. n. fid) fcgflHTinig rrJjcficn. 
Acuminate, adj. fvit^ig, fd)iirf 

wiicft i). 



ADA 

Acumination, akiimlni'shun, t. 

1. tn6 Sufpi^fn. 2. bie fc^nrfe ©pi^e. 
AcuminOUS, aku'menus, adj. fpi; 

^ig, jiigcrpi(>t. 

Acupuncture, akupungk'tsimre, 
((at. aeus u. punctura) *. [(Fi)ir.] bie 9?a: 
bclpiinftirung. Encvc 

Acuru, ak'urd, ». eine 9Irt auiljiric; 
c^enben 3IIoel;o(je« in 5"bien. 

Acus>, i'kus, ((. SID.) *. [!jd)ti)r)oi.] i. 
ber ?t(iberfi|"(^. 2. bcr ©nnbnni, bie ©aiib= 
natter. 

Acute, akdte', ((at. acntus') adj. 1. 
[®cDni.] fpi^ig; - angle, ein fpi/jigcr 
2i>infe(; - angular triangle, ein fpt(;H)in; 
fctigeS i)reierf. 2. [®ranint.J fd)arf (91fccnt). 
3. fd)iirf (©inn , ®erd)ninrf 20. 4. [-JJfcb.] 
()i(3ig (eine ^ranff)eit). 5. f fein, fd)arf, 
fd)arf|innig. 6. [<Kuf.J fd)flrf, ^efl. 7. [5>ot.] 
fui^ig. Martvn. 

Acute, v.a. [®ramni.] fdjarf tnad)cn. 

Acutely, akute'le, adv. 1. fd/nrf, 
fpi^ig. 2. i fd)arfimnig. 

Acuteness, akute'nls, «. I. J bic 
©pinigfcit, ©d)iirfe (einer @a(i)e). 2. f bcr 
©dtnrfrtnn, bie JJcinfjeit, ©d)arfe. 3. bic 
^cfrigfcit (ciner ^ranfl)cit). 4. [■^Tiiii] bic 
©d>arfe (cineS Zcni). Boyi e 

A c u t e n e 8 « of wit, bie ©d)'"*ffid)f'flfc't i 

- of discovery, bie erfinbfamfeit , jlarfc 
Untcrrd)eibung«fraft. 

Acutiator, akush^'tur, t. [Wit: 
tclalt.] ein '•Ufann im ®cfo(gc be« Spetrei, 
bcr bic iOafttn k. fd)arfte ober fpi$te. 

Ad, ad, (tat. ad) praep. jn. 

Ad infinitum, inS Unenb(id)e. Ad lio- 
niinem, [2og.] ad honiinem. Ad inquiren 

diim, [-3{ed)t«fpr.] jur Unterfiidjung. Ad li. 
bitum, nad) Se(ie6en. Ad valorem, [ipan-. 
bd] nnd) bem S33crt()e. [I;injiitrcibcn. 

Adact, adakt', CM.) v. a. l^intrciOcn, 

Adacted, adak'ted, (Int. adactus) 
part.adj. I. ()iniiiflctrie6en. 2. i gejwnngcn, 
gctrieben. 

Adag'e, ad'ije. ) ((. adagium) t. iai 

Adag-y, ad'ije, ) ©pridnnort. 

Adag°ial, ada'jeaU adj iVrid)ivurt(i(^. 

Adag'io, adil'jeo, (ita(. ad n.agio) t. 
[^tuf.] ba^Slbagio. -adv. nbngio, langfnm. 

Adam, aU'am, s. 1. [>}iame] ^bani. 

2. e ber Wttf(^u(bige cinee I>kbt6; -- 
tiler, ber S?ei)ln. 

A d a m ' s - a 1 e , ba* SSJflffcr. Ada m's- 
apple, [Sot. unb 31nat.] bcr 2ibam^apfci. 
Adam's-needle, [23Dt.] bie 9Ibanionabc(. 

Adamant, ad'amant, (gr. adanias) 
«. l.bcrDcmant, Sianiant. 2.tber'0Tingnct. 

Adamantean, adamantean, adj. 
f)ntt luie ein I)iatnant, betnniirnrtig. Mii.to.n. 

Adamantine, adaman'tln. nr(y. I. 
bcmantcn. 2. l Mnjcnli'>"f'ar, nnaufHiC'&nr. 

- ties, unnnflo^ljflre Sanbe. 3. [^Wincralg.] 

- spar, bcr SianiantfieS. Encvc. 
AdamiC-eartll, ad'amik-lrt/t, s. 

[®crl.] flbnmiid)c (frbe. 

Adamite, ad'amStc. 4. [.<tird)g.] bcr 
9lbnniire. Kncvc. 

Adainitic,adamit'ik.nH;/.abaniirii'd). 

Adan$«(»nia, adanso'nea, s. [^et.] 
bcr 'JIffciil'robi'anni. 

Adapt, adapt'. (lar. nHaptare) i>. a. 
(to) anu'cnbcn (nup, nnpificn (Ciiicr ©iid)Ci. 



ADD 

Adaptable, Idapt'abl, adj. an< 
loenbbar. [bic 'Jdinjcnbbarfcit. 

Adaptability, arlaptabh'ete, t. 

Adaptation, adapta'slmn, s. bie 
9lnpafTiing, 2lniocnbiing. 

Adapter, adap'tur. f. Adopter. 

Adaption, adap'sliun, s. t bie ^n^ 
pafTiing, SInivcnbung. 

Adaptness, adapt'nls, .t. f ber 
Snftnnb , bn Qtmai nngcpagt i|l, bic 9lnpiir» 
fling. Newton. 

Adar, i'dur, «. (lie&r. ^alcnbcr) iet 
^mnt 9lbar. 

Adarce, adar'se, (gr. adarkes) *. 
[3tntiirg.] bcr ©aljfd)iiuin. Quincy. Plot. 

Adarcon , adai'kon , *. [3iib. 
9lrd)aDl.] cine ®olbnuinje ( ■= 15 6l)i(r. 
©tcrliiig). l(i)n\i\d)t ( = V16 "n.iO. 

Adarme, adar'mc, ». ciii fpnnird)cS 

Aflat's, ad'atis, *. [Oiibnft.j id. (ein 
inbifd)cr 3fug>. 

Adaunt, adaut', (angctf. daunt) v.a. 
t biuibigeii, jii^men. Skei.tow. 

Adaw, adaw', (angcff. aweju. a. f 
niebcrfc^lagcn, bcjiuingcn, Oniibigcii. 

- V. n. niebcrgefdjiiigcn fciii. 

Adays, adaze', (on obcr in day.^) 
adv. iu 'Snge. 

Now -. ijeut jn tiigc, iefyt. 

Adcorporate, adkor'poiate, ((at. 
lid u. corpus) V. a. cinocrlcit'cii. 

Add, ad, (Lit. addere) v. a. 1. (to) 
f)injut(nin, (jiiijufiigcn, ljinjiifc^c:i,6eitrngcn, 
bcifiigcn (ju). 2. [2Irit(;.] abbircn. 3. hin» 
}ufe0cn (in ber i)?cbc). 

To - lip, abbircn. 

Add, V. n. IjinjufiMnmcn; (to) (?tiunJ 
vcrnicljrcn. - to the history, cine (frjafjs 
lung nuSninlcn, fd)im'i<fcn. [ocrnicljrbar. 

Addable, ad'dabl, adj. (jinjufc^bar, 

Addecimate, addls'semate, ((at. 
iiddecimare) v.a. [9?cd)t«rpr.] jcl^cntcn, bet! 

3c(;nten nc()incn. 

Addeem, addcem'. (nngelf. a ^r3f. 
u. deem) v. a. I. f bafi'ir()a(ten , ac^ten. 2. 
jncrfenncn (cine Sclofjnnng :c.). 

Addendum, addenMum, ((at.) pi. 

addenda, a. bcr 310"'''^- Slnljaiig (J. S. e-ineJ 
33ud)ce); bic 93crnic()riing (libcrhaupt). 

Addepliagy,^ addef'aje , (gricd). 

Adepliag-y, 5 "''en «. phago) «. 
[■>)Jicb.] ber 5?ci^l)iingcr, 5H3o(f5hnngcr. 

Adder, ad'diir, (angc(f. aetter pber 
aettor) s. [^laturQ.] bic ^Tatter. 

Water--, bie SIDafTcrnattcr; young -, 
jiingc gTnttcr. 

Adder- fly, [©ntoni.] bie Srcit/nngfcr. 
Adder's-grass, [Sot.] bn5 it nnt'ciifraut. 
Add erst ung, adj. wn cincr flatter gC5 
llod)cn. Ad der'.s -tongue, [Sot.] bie 
©d)(angenjnnge. Adder's-wort, [93ot.] 
bic 9iatrcrmiirj. 

Addibility, addebil'ete, s bie 93cr« 
nichrbarfcit. Locke, 

Addible, ad'debl, adj. iiernicl)rbiir. 

Addice, ad'dis. (angdf. adese) t. f 
[Siurd).] bcr Ocifjcl, I)iid)rcl. [f crgcfccn. 

Addict, addikt'. (lar. addlctus) adj. 

Addict, (lat. addircre) v. a. (to) ^ 
II. i I. loibincn, crgcbcii, mcilictt. To - one's 
sell', fid) crgcl'cn, fid) iilvrMifin. To - one's 
sell to vice, fid) Bern Saftcr crgd'cn To — 



^^^''- '^'•- f-^' " f'*>- M^. mgt. Fine, ffn. y 6, m^ve. n6r, R6t, 6fK cl8,'id. Trthf.. ti'ih. fail, th'm, THis. 

add" 



18 



one's self to a thing with zeal, fur Staat 
ringenommtn ftin. 2. ♦ binbtn (an); (j. 8. 
©dsufbner on itn liienft i^rtr Olaubijer). 

Addicted, Sddlk't^d, part. p. adj. {u* 
C«6an, trgebtn. Your most — servant, Qt)t 
trgebtnller Ditntr. 

Addlctedneaa, iddik't^du'^s, g. 1. bit 
ttrafbtnbeit, sanbanglic^ftit 2. ber Siftr (fur 
etna*). 

Addiction, idd''k'8hAn, «. 1. ba« SDIb- 

men, bit iSSibmuns, Srgtbung. 2. bie Srg(btn> 

bcit; (to) Jltiflung, bfr i&ang (ju). 8hak. 3. 

[gif(^t<fl».] btr 3uf*rflg; bit Suwftnnung. 

Bnctc. 

Addltament, Jdd'fAm'nt, (lat. addi- 
tamentum), * [OTrtaK] bfr 3ufaO. 

Addition, ^ddlsh'shdn, (I. addltio) g. 
(to) 1. ba< Jpinjufbim, 5injuf«(jtn, bit Bttfu- 
gang, -^injuffeung (^ju\ 2. [flritb.] bif Hbbftlojt. 

3. bcr 3ufa? 'Ju 'fntm »u4f\ 4. 1 btr 3urca*« 
(5. ©utfrni; bit Strmtbrung. 6. [3lf(tMfpr. 
B *) btr 3«na6mt, btr Stifafs )U tintm 9?or. 
namtn, (cbtr au(6) bit (ligtnfAaft (bit (Sintm 
ot» au«gfjti4ntt{« OTtrfmal btigtltgt »rirb\ 
tabtr btr ftigtitfdjafMnamt, Wtbtntittl, Ilttl. 
81AK. 6. [OTuf] btr yunft. 7. [dbtm] btr 3u. 
Ui- 8. btr CcrtfttK, bit 3ifrbt, btr edjmud, 
bit Btrf^bntrong. 9. [^trlb ] btr Sufa^. 

8. — in the margin of any writing, bit !Ranb> 
fltoift. 

4. God is capable of no — to his happiness. 
Additional, Sddliih'Bhfin^l, adj. biif 

ii:g(ft(t, trjijbt. ittu, utrmtfcrt. bfigffiigt, 9lt- 
btn... An — exctne, tint ntut Suflagt; an — 
tax. tint9lad)fttutr ; — happinesfi, (tr3uisa4> 
an ®Ju(f. — «. t btr 3ufae. 

Additionally, ^dd^sh'shfln^ll}, adv. 
flnbang«»fift; alt 3ugabt, Siifaj. 

Additive, Sd'dt'v, adj. binjufcftbar. 

Addltory, Sd'd-tflr.\ arlj. ira« ttrmtt- 
ren. binjuft^tn, «ergr6§frn, trbcbtn fann. An 
— fiction, tint trbidjfung, ttfle^t bit !K5irfIl(^. 
ftit trbiJbt' 

Addltnre, Hd'dltshAro, «. * ba< J^iniU- 
gffefttt, ©tigffiigtt ; bit ©tifiigung. 

Addle, &d'dl, (te. hadjl, hadla) a4f. Ittr, 
unfruibtbar. — egg, ba« SEDinbti. 

Addle-headed, — pated, ninbig,Ittr< 
fcrfij, Itiitflnnig. — plot, btr ©pltlBtrbtrbtr. 

Addle, g. btr 9!Dtinfltin. 

Addle, V. a. Ittr obtr unfrut^tbar mai^tn, 
aueltertn, Mrbtrbtn. — v.n.* nadjftn. 

Atldlrd» kl did, o^;. scrkprbtn, faul, un> 
fru(^tbar. 

Addoont, AddMm', (a ^rfif n. doom) 
e. o. • jutrftnntn ((Sintm dtwat). 

Addoraed, 8ddor'»"d, ad), [^crlb-l rfitf- 
ling* gfgtn tinanbtr gtfitnt, m\t bem Sliiden 
gtgtn tinanbtr gtfebrt. 

Addonbed, iddiibTid, (attfr.) part.'p. 
aufgtritfitt. 

Address, Iddr^ss', (fr. adrosser, I. diri- 
gpre, V. a. (to) 1. ridfttn (an) ; (Jinem sortra- 
gtn (tint Bitit it). 2. — any one, (Elntn an- 
rtttn, trfui^tn, tint Siitt fteOcn (an), feint Sflebe 
on Otmanb ricjttn (manimal mit to). — the 
king, (iRcdjtefpr i an ben fioiiig gebtn, btm &b- 
niiit tint fd)riftli(it JiorileQung iiberrcidjen. 3. 
(tintm 3Ratd)en, ben ^c^ macbrn, fii^ bewerben 



ADE 

(«m tin gjJab^tn). 4. [.^anbtl] strftnbtn. ab. 

ftnbtn an Qtmanb (©aartn), iibergeben, fen- 

flgnirtn. 6. f tttrbtn (tin .^ttr) ; bereitcn. 6. ju- 

eignen. 
To — one's self (to). 1. fl^ wenbtn (an gi- 

ntn), fl4 melbtn (bei). 2. (to u for) (I* bereiten, 

P4 anfdiirfen (lu tintr SRtift «.), fli^ bereit bal- 

ttn, n* BorbertiUn (ju, auf). Addressed, 

serbtrtittt, btrtit. 
Address, g. 1. bit Ctrretnbung (fur tint 

6a4t). 2. gtttijbnli* pi. bie ©emtrbung (tint* 

?itbtnbtn). 3. ba« Senebmen, bit 8ebtn«art, 

Snanitrtn. A man of an awkward — , tin 

ajlann, btr m linfif* btnimmt. 4. bit ®t. 

manbtbfit, .Runft, ®ef*itflicbftit. 5. bit VanU 
fdjrift, Danfabrtfft. 6. bit (iingabt, 3uf4rift, 
©ittfdjrift, aibrtift, 5<orflcaung. (The city is 
to make an — to the king, tit etabt ttiO bem 
flBnigt tint Borfteflung iibtrreicfctn). 7. bie Sln- 
rtbt. 8. bit 3utignun8«fd)rlft. btr 3ueignung«. 
brief 9. bit auff(brift, abrfJTt (tine* »rieft«). 
10. bit abrtfft (3fmanb«, 5Bcf)nung«anjtigf). 

7. When introduced, the president made a 

short — . Webster. 

To make one's — to one about a thing, fltb 

wtgtn tintr <Saibt an (Sintn wtnbtn, (Sinen an- 

rtbtn. To make or to pay one's addresses 

to a lady, tintr Dame ben .^of ma(ttn. 

Addresser, JddrJs'sftr, *. btr. wtHtr 
tint SIbrtlft ubtrrei4t, tint Hnrtbt HU. ber 
BittfttCltr. 

Addubbed, iddab^d, (a $raf. u. dub) 
adj. gtmattt, gtfdjafftn, trbobtn. 

Adduce, Sddise', (lat. adducere) v. a. 
1. bfibrlngen, btifiibren. 2. anfubren, onjieben 
(tint OTtinung Jt). 

Adducent, Sddi's'nt, adj. [Mnat.] an- 
jitbtnb. —muscle, btr Wnjiebungemu«ftl, an- 
jiefctr. 

Adduclble, Sdd&'s^bl, a4J. onfubrbar. 

Adduction, iddik'shtin, #. 1. [^nat.] 
bit 9Injitbung. 2. t bit Stnfiibrung (tintr ©ftOt ). 

Addactl-re, iddflk'tlv, adj. Jitrunttr- 
bringenb. 

Adductor, Addflk'tSr, g. [ISnat.] btr 
fih»art«jiebenbt 2Wu«ftI. 

Addulce, iddfilse', (lat. ad u. dulcis) 
V. a. * fiif ma(itn, serfuftn. Bacon. 

Adeb, id'ih, g. tin agijpt Qimlijt (nicbt 
ganj =1 tngl. yfunb). 

Adelanlado, ^dri^niVdi^, (fpan.) «. btr 
Siattbalttr (tintr $rc»inj). Robertson. 

Adellng, Jd'^Jng, (angtlfaethelu.lingl 
g. ber frinj, flijnigifpbn. (Aothel fcmmt no* 
in Bieltn anbtrn Sufammtnfe^ungen »or, j. ©. 
Ethelwolf, Ethelbert.) 

Adellte, id'^ite, 9. (fpan. ®ef((.) ber 

abtiift. 

Ademption, tdJm'shAn, (I. adimere) 
g. iai tlDtgntbmtn, bit 3uru(fnabmt, Sntjit^ung 
(tint« 2Jorrt(i)t»). 

Adenography, Jdd.'^nAg'grJf^, (gr. 
aden u. grapho) g. [anatj bit I;rufenbef(^rei- 
bung. 

Adenoid, id'd^n&ld, (gr. aden u. cidos) 
adj. briifenarfig, briifenfiirmig. 

Adenological, Sdd.'n'l^d'j.'k"!, adj. 
briiffntcbrig, abcnoloaif(^. Kkcto. 

Adenology, Jdd'nirioj'', g. bjj Irii- 
fenlc^re. 



ADH 



Adenos, Jd'infts, g. tint STrt SauntttoUt 
»on Slleppc {aui) marine cotton gtnannt). 
Adeps, id'^ps, ((at.) *. [iilnat.] ba« Sttt. 
Adept, Jdfpt', (ntulat. adeptus\ adj. gt. 
lebrt. trfabrtn (in tintr gS5iffenf*aft, fiunft). 

Adept, *. 1. btr JtunftserHanbigt; ffiinge- 
weibtt. 2. fSlIcJjfm.] btr abtpt. 

Adeptlon, Jd?p'shfin, (t.) *. * ba* «r. 
wtrbtn, bie (Erwtrbung. 

Adequacy, Jd'ekw^s*, (Jat. adaeqna- 
tus), *. ba« fflemajfein, bit angemeffenbeit. 

War in Disguise. 
Adequate, id'ekw.lte, (lat adaequns), 
V. a. * ^tnai (Sinem glci^t^un, (Jintm gtnatt 
glciebtn Ob. gleii^fommen. 

Adequate, adj. OcHftanbig, Sotlfommen, 
abSquat; (to) einer ©a^e angemcifen. —ideas, 
DoDftanbige ©egrifft. 

Adequately, Jd'^kw.ltel^, adv. (to) an* 
gtmeifen; coDflanbig, siSaig, genau, ri^tig. 

Adequateness, 8d'ikw.Aten<?8, g. bit 
@ema§beit,SIngemefrenb«it; Sfiifbtigfeit btrDar- 
ftfOung bt« StrbaltniffeS. 

Adequation, idikwd'shiln, jlc^ie Ad- 
equateness. 

A despotic, Jd^sp3t1k, a^f. ni*t befpo- 
tif*. 

Adfected, Adffk't.'d, (lat. ad unb facere) 
part. p. adj. (Slg.) jufammengefeet. Bailet. 
Adftllated, Jdfil'Wt'd, p. p. adj. alt 
®cbn angencmmtn, aboptirt. 

Adflliatlon, idfilei'shdn, (lat.) g. bie 
SInfinbung. 

Adbere, Sdh^re', (lat. adhaerere; ir. ad- 

harahd) v. n. l.anbangtn, antleben, (Son Sor- 

ptrn), (to, an). 2. t anbangen (einer 3)erfcn, 

3bee), tt batten (mit). 3. f paffenb, fd;idli(* 

f{in,.ubertinflimmtn. Shak. 

3. Nor time nor place did then adhere. 

To — together, jufammenbangtn. 

Adherence, Jdhi'n'nse, i s. (to, an) 

Adherency, idhe'rJns^, J J. tat 3Ib» 

bangen, antleben (eine« ^orper»). 2. t a) ba« 

anbangtn, bie anbSnglidjteit (an tine ©a^t), 

ffirgebenbcit. b) t ba« Oefclge, ber anbang. 

Adherent, Sdhi'r?nt, a(^'. (to, an) 1. 
anbangenb, angercacbfen, anflebenb. 2. 1 anllt- 
bfnb. — bitternesses, bit bamit tertunbtntn 
©itttrfeiten. 

Adherent, g. 1. * bie anbangenbt, anffe* 
benfce©a*e. Zfber Umfianb. 3. beranbanger; 
©rieggefeH. 

Adherently, Jdh^rintli, adv. anljan* 
genb, anflebenb. 
Adherer, Sdhi'rftr, s. ber anbanger. 
Adhesion, ^dh.'-'zhfln, *. (to) 1. [9)b9f] 
ba« anbangen (be« (Jifcn« an bem SWagnet jc). 
2. bit anflebung. 3. t bit anbanglic^feit, ba0 
.^angen an Stma*. 

Adhesive, JdhJ'slv, adf. 1. anbangenb, 
anflebtnb. 2. t anfltbtnb, anbatttnb. 

Adhesively, Jdhi'slvl^, adv. an^an* 
genb. 

Adhesiveness, Sdh^slvn's, g. bit 3^1' 
bigfdt, .Riebngfeit, ba« anfiebenbe, anbangenbt. 
Adhibit, Sdh'b'b't, (lat adhibere) v. a. 
t braud)cn, annjenbcn. 

AdhlbKlon, ^dh'b'sh'shfln, s ber ®e. 
I brau*, bit anwenbung. Whitakbk. 



16 FIxte. (^r, fAn, fnt. M6, met. Fine, fin, N(i njoVe. n6r, sot, 6-1. rl6n(l Tnbr. »nb. f^iir. f/fin.' TfYis. 



ADH 

Adiiil, acl'liil, 4. [9(fTron.] id., etii 
©ffrn 6ter Wri^pe. 

Adltortation, adhorta'shun, ((at. 
adhortaiio) * 6ie Grmdljnung. 

Adiiortatory, adlidr'tatilrr^, adj. 
crninf)nenb, e-riiin()imiig5 . . . 

Atlinplionou.**, Ideaffomis, (gr.) 
adj. iinbiirrf)|lcf)ti(]. 

Adiaplioracy, adeaf foiase, «. 
[SKifTenfd).] bie ^Jicutralitat. 

Adiapliorisfs, adeaf foiists, ((\t. 
ndiaphoros) pi. s. [^irdjfl.] bie 2l£)inptiLir;; 
|1cn, fflcniiifjigten. Knc\c 

AdiapllOrouS, adeaf'fuius, adj 
(lleic^gultin ; [Cljein.] neurrnl. -suit, biu- 
Oieurriilfnti. 

Adiapliory^ adeaf'fore, (cb. Adi- 
nph'oracy) «. t)ie®(eid}gii(tigfeit; [(F()eni.] 
tie OTcutrnlitnt. 

Adieu, adu', (ft. adieu) adv. ©ott 
befol)lcn! (ebe, le&en ©ie i»o^r! 5lMcu! 

Adieu, *. ta6 2e&eil)0()I. To bid any 

one -, 3I6rrf)ie6 iicf)nien uoii ©inem, eiiuni 
eebnuD(;( fonc". 

Adipocerate, adepos'serAte, i>. 
a. in ifettmnc^y iteriuniibefn. 

Adipoceratlon, adeposlrA'slmn. 
». 6ie SSmuniibding in 5-etiiDnd)i'. 

Adipocere, ad'cp6.-.ere , (I. adeps 
U. cera) j. Dil$ ^EtflUld)*. Ed. Knc\c 

Adipous, j ad'depils, ad'depiSse. 

Adipose, > (Int. adiposiis) adj. 

Adipo'!«u>!, ) ['}(nnt.] fett. ftriNcv. 

Adit, ad'it, (Int. aditus) s. 1. ter 
Bunnnfl. -2. [■DJfin.] ber gtoKen. Escvc. 

AditiOIl, adisli'siiuii, ((. aditio) s. '■■ 

fn6 i>infniift'n, ber Suttitt, bn5 ipingcljen 
(ju e-tminf-). 

Adjaceney, adjA'sen-se, ((nt. ad- 
jacere) ». 1. bng 9iiif)elicncn , bie <!lnflrcn= 
jiinn. 2. bn-5 Slnilt'ijL'nbe, iJJa^elifgtnbe; \>l. 
iiiiflrenji-nbe £'iinber, Dertcr. 

Adjacent, adja'sent, adj (to) nn: 
gren^enb, nnilofjenb (nn), nnliegenb. 

Adjacent, «. f t*"* ainiliificnbe, 
9talielirgcnbe. Locke. 

Adject, adjckt', ((nt. adjicere) i>. «. 
Ijinjurljuii, f;injnre$en (eine 'S^c^&it ju Qtu 
ii>n6). Macknicht 

Adjection, adjlk'shun, s. 1. bnc^ 
x>iu,}utf)iiti, bie 3iil<ige, i?in,iufi'igun3. 2. bcr 
Smntj (bnS 5pin5iiflei"eijre). 

AdjeCtiliou»«, adjcktisli'ils, ad}. 
!)injugcrl)iin, I)injiigcfiigt, jugefe^t. 

Atijective, ad'jektiv. «. [(^5ranim.] 
?ii(5 "lioiuHirr, G-igenrci)nfrgiuort, 9lbicfrii'. 

Adjectively, ad'jeklivle, ado. nl^ 
iielnuTt, tu'iiuorrlid). 

Adjoin, adjiiiu', ((. adjimgcre) v. a 
(to) 1. nnfiigni, fiigni (e-riiin^ nn). 2. i \)m: 
jiifiigrn, l<cifiigcii cituHTer, Sjerlu'iferungen); 
fnnitt Ofrl'inbrn. \\n\, iloijen nn (S-riim*. 

Adjoin, c. It. (10) nniirgrn, nngren- 

Adj<»inant, adjmii'aot, adj. t nn: 
Itegrnb, niinrcnjrnb. Cakew. 

Adjoining, adjoiu'uig, «. biopin^ 
jiifi'igiiiig, 2>rrtMnbiiiig. 

Adjourn, adjiini'. (fr. ajounipr) r. 
n. I. inrriigcii (j. "iV bn? •ISiirlnnient). 2 
i'crn1)ietH II , iiiimlxrl'iMi , nufiVijin. - »•. ". 
rlJnrMiiifius'-iVr.i fid) :'irrn:'eii. 

AflJoi«rniiii*(lt, adjuni'iiiciii. 5. 



ADJ 

I. bie aSertngung. 2. [^fec^tsfpr.] bie ^w-. 
fet5«ng, 25e|timnuing cincS Ing^. 3. ber 
'Muffd)ub, S6crrd)u&, bie 21u8feyung, ascr^ 
fd)tetniiig. 

Adjlldj^e, adjudje'. ((. adjiidicaie) 

0. (I. 1. [9Ccd)t^rpr.J juerfennen, jnfvred)cn, 
,5urd)lngi'n. 2. iicnirtl;eilen (ju eincrStrnft). 
3. t erfennen (urrl;cilcii;. 

3. He adjudged iiim unworthy of liis 
friendship. 
Adjudgment, adjudje' ment, *. 

1. bie 25irurrl)tnlung. 2. bie 3ucr"eunung 
(etncr fctrnfe jc). 

Adjudicate, adjudekate, v. a. 
[3{cc^tc-ipr.j jiicrfennen. - v. u. gi>rid)tiid) 
erfcniu'u (upon, iitnr). Weksieu. 

Adjudication, adjiidckaMniu. s. 
[9{td)r5iVr.] I. bie gtri(^rlid)c Buerfinniing, 
3urprid)i!ng. 2. tai ,3ti)pred)mig.':iirri)til, 
bcr -ilutiipruc^. Blackstone. Escvc. 

Adjug-ate, ad'jilgate, (I. adjiigare) 
V. a. jiiinninieniiHt)en (Il)icrc), nnjcd^cn. 

AdjuiBaent,ad'jiiutunt. (I. adjuvare) 
s. * bie .'piilfc, ber iJriilnnb. 

Adjunct, ad'jiinkt, (tat. adjungere) 
ndj. ao) I. bnniit uerbunben. 2. bcigcfeflr; an 
- profe.ssor, ein fiii|;crorbeiitlirt)rr 'i^.^riM'ifTi'r. 

Adjunct, «. 1. bcr ©fl;iiife, 'i5?tit> 
Ijclfcr, "JJiirgenrfTe, ©cfi'i^rte; ^Ubjunft, 3lnirg; 
geijiilfe. 2. ber 3n\<it), 3ln()nng iema& i^cis 
gcfiinfeS) (to, ,11); bi.- jiifiUlige G-igi-nfdjaft, 
bcr llmilnnb, Siebenumflnnb. 3. i^ng. unb 
Oirnmm.J bie beigclcgte (S-igcnrd)r.f: ; pi. bie 
('cigcfiinti'ii ii<5rter, 3ii>ifd)eniui.>rrcr. 

- deities, ;-33ii)ff).] bic ipiilfVgorfcr. 

Adjunction, adjuuk'shiin. s. 1. 
bn^ JBcifiigen, bie iieifiig'ing. 2. bcr SiiUiO- 

Adjunctive, adjriuk'tiv, nr/j. Pci: 

iugi'i'.b, I'ci-binteiib. [2. bntJ iicigLfiigrc. 

Adjunctive, s. l. bcr 'iu'ifiigiiUH'- 

Adjuuctively, adjiink'tnle, udi\ 
beifiigcnt. [lid), bninit i>cvl>iinben. 

Adjunc'tiy, adjiinla'lc, aUe. fing: 

Aiijl^rittiosi, adjuia'sliuu, s. 1. 
(bie briiiginbe ^iirc) bnS au'i'dnuin-en , bic 
'i5crd)uiLU'iing. 2. bie (5-ibC!:'f'i.iriiicl. Auuiscn. 
3. bic 'Jliifcrlfgimg n. S5t>rrd)rBil'iiiig bcs (i'lbcC'. 

Adjiare, ad_,iiie', dar. adjuraio i-. 
a. l.bcrd)nu>rcn (bringcnbit Pitrcu). (1 - tliee 
by tlie living God, id) tH'rd)Uii)rc Did) Pel 
belli lePeiibigcn (}3orr; - tlie devil, ben icii; 
tVl niiriifeii). Mii.ton. Drvden. 2. (i-iucii 
iuni G-ibc niifti.'rbcni, i(;in ben (j-ib i>iirrd)reu 
Pen, oUi'djiePen, nu(Vrl:gcn. 

Adjurer, a.iju'iur, «. 1. ber, w(U 
d)cr (Jiiirni eiiicii 0"ib I'lirfiljrciPt. 2. bcr, 
ivcid)cr C^Miu'ii Pefdju'orr. 

Adjimt, adju.sf, (fr. aju.stei) p. «. 
I. l'crid)tigcn (cine 9{cd)nung). 2. nPnind)cn, 
nPr()un, beilcgcn (cine 6rtd)c). 3. i^rbiicii, 
nnorbnen, jnrcd)rnind)en , in Orbnnng briii= 
gen. 4. (to) ill Ucbcrciniliinnuing Pringni, 
ii(>crcini'liininenb innd)cn (mir); (with) ucrci: 
nigcn (iniD. 5. pnfTcnb mnd)cn, hnpnffen (ein 
.SUcib) ; QtWi[6 Pciliiiiineii, flcl)5rig cinrid)reii. 
6. Peilegcn, fd)(id)rcii (ciiieii ©rreir), 
4. — liie eveiil to the prediction. 

The visionary projectors tannot adj list 
their .sclicnies to tlie phenomena. 

Adjjsster, adjii.s'n'ir. s. berjenigr, 
iv Idn-r I'cndiruir :c 

•l<IJi9.>«till$f, adjiVs'iing. p.pmea. I'Ci 



ADM 

rid^tigenb. Adjusting screws, bie ©tcff* 
fd)rniiben; - tools, [med).] bie gjpgleid)-- 
llnngen. 

Adjusianent, Idiust'nilnt. ». 1. 
bne .1nrid)rigen, bie >l7crid)tigiing (einerSrdje). 
2. bie 'niiorbniing, (?-inrid)tnng (bcr ilji-iie 
cince >a?ed)flni<?nni5); (nud)l). 3. ber 55cr» 
gltid), bie SBeitcgung, aiu^gleiri)iing (einc8 
etrcited ic). 4. |®ec().] bie .'i3cricf)rigiing 
(cincg aSrrliiile^). 5. [-Bfiinjiu.] bn« 3lus. 
9' irf)"!. [bcr ainfinh. 

Adjutafi-e, adju'taje. *. (ipDbr.l 

Adjutancy, ad'jutanse, a. 1. bif 
gefd)tcfte ©inric^ruiig. 2. b<[& 'ii-nt cine* 9lb« 
jutnuten. 

Adjutant, adjutant, s. I. [<^mit.] 
bir atcjntnnt. --general, bcr ©encral: 
nbi.itnnt. 2. ber (ye()ii(fe. 

Adjute, adjuie', ((. adjuvare) ». a. 
6-incm helfen, Pcifit'l)cn, ©inen nnteriTiU)en. 

Adjutor, adjil'iur, *. bcr ipelfer, 
©cljiilfe. 

l^djutoriuill , ad'juti'ueu.n , «. 
[9lnnt.] i:<\6 (2d)iiltirbmrt, ©d)iiUiTPcin. 

Adjutory, ad'jilturrc, udj. Ijflfcnb, 
t'cljiiiffid). [fcrinn, Oicljiiiftnii. 

Adjutrix, adjiViiiks, «. bic i>el» 

Adjuvant, ad'jilvant, adj. bdjlllf. 
lid), niii)i!d), ftrbcriid). lbno>iieiI)iilf^mirtel. 

Adjuvant, *. l. bcr OJchiiife. 2. 

Adjuvate, ild'juvate, i>. «. (yincn 
nntcriliii^en, (g-iiieni fjUfcn, Pci|lcl)cn, tlirbrr* 
lid) fcin. 

Adleg-ation, a(Jlcga'.shun, ((. nd. 
legatio) 3. [bent. (i)cfd).] bie i>cigcreilung 
ber 9IPgofiinbrcn bcr ilrcife jn bciun tti 
imifcr^, 21bIcgnfiiMi. Encvc. 

Adiocution, adloku'shun, (Int. ad 
U. loqnor) s. bic ^Iiirebc. 

Adinanuen.se.<« , admanucn'sez, 
(Int.) «. pi. [gciibnir.j bic£nicn, bie nnf ba6 
G-i'fingclluni i'd)au'rcn iniif'ten. 

Adtueasure, admcih'ure, (I. ad 
n. nietiri) v. a. I. f nbnicffcn, iiiciTrn, ni(f)en. 
2. I 3f cf^t^fpr. j jut()cileii , niif-iiicffcn , ju. 

niCffcn. Bl.ACK.STO.VE. 

Admeasurement, adnie/^h'tire- 
nient, s. 1. bie ''TOcffiing, ^lOnifffimg, ■•Mn^* 
nicffnng; 3ii"icfTiiiig; 3iitl)eilung. 2. b<i6 
■0)?nf5. 3. [9{ec^t5fpr.] bie itinge gcgon bie, 
ivcld)e ineljr, nl« ii)ncn gebiiljrt, nn fid) goj 
jcgen (jnPen. BI.Al■KsTo^E. 

Admeasiirer, adniezhiiiur. «. 
brr ^JUi^nicfycr, ^Ibincffcr , -i^rcncr, Smiu'ffcr, 
bcr u'cid)cr iiimifjr, jutl)ciir. 

Admen.««uration, admenshiuA'- 
.shiiii. s. tci^ 3iii"c(7cii, bie 3iitl)'"'""'n- 

Aduu'ttiate, adme'sheAie, v. a. f 
nu'iTcii, nbnicffcn. 

Adminicle, admin'ekl, (Int. admi- 
niculuni) *. bic$)iilic, 23cfL'rberiiiig, ^^ciljiilfe. 

AllminiClllar, admcnlk'tilar, udj. 
Pcl}iiipid), Ijiiifrcid). 

Adminiculator,adni^nikulA'iur, 
*. (.ftird)g.l bcr airnicnnbi'ofnt. 

Administer, admin'nislur, ((. nd- 
mini.<iirare) i>.«. I. renunlfciKbcn ©fnntU'.). 
2. |5v'cd)r!-fpr.] nIS 'JeilnniciitfiH'(ljicl)er i'rp» 
ivnitcn. 3. a) bnrrcid)rn, fpciibcn, niifrfteilcn 
ibie Snfrninciur). b) crrhcilcn.niifriicilrii. o 
iiniVPrn, gcPeii, nbiiiiniilnrfii, cJIrjcnci ic). 
d) giPc'.i, gi-ivi"!)rcii , fpcnbcn. 4. hniibDnPtn 



Tale, far, fall, fat. Mc, met. Fine, fin No, move, n6p. sot. 6i1. cl6nd. Ti'ihe, tiib, fnll. t^in, THis. ] 7 



ADiM 

rbir &tttd)tiqteit). 5. an^tcten , )ur<^te6en 
ceiitfn (l•i^). 

Adiuiniiteran occasion of coniplaini, 
llri"rt(^e jiir Rln^t ge&en. To - jealousy, 
(iiftT\ud)t ftiuerfen. 

Administer, ». n. l.(to) beitroneii 
)u &tivae, &tiua6 ucrmefjrfn. 2. uenvitlrrii, 
25crivalter fetii; (upon; (Pfivii^ ufrwaltcn. 

Adillillisterialf adiuinnlste'ieal. 
adj. [>!J>i'lit.] jur i£taiitdi>fnwiiiniii(i gel)iirifl. 

AdininistrMtCf admin'iiiiitiaie, v. 
a. I. [^IReti.) aid iirjciiei fieteii, eiiiflebtn. 
1. gcben, f^>fll^en, f. AH minister. 

Adlllinistratlon , adnunniHtri'- 
shun, «. 1. bie 23envaltun(), ii^eiiii-ninti cDi-i' 
Qtaati ic). 2. Die 9i;p<|ieriino, ®taAtdi<er: 
loflftung; bat ^TOiiiitleriinn. 3. bit aSeruuil: 
tung (ber 6Jutet einc« Serilorbfiicn). 4. tie 
Sludfptnbung, Darmd^iiiig, 9tu£tf)eiliiiig(bfr 
©afranifnte) ; ertfjeiluiifl. 5. tie iE)iiiit!f)ii! 
frung (Ber fflered)tiijfeit). 6. 6ie 03emiilt, bnt 
9Iiut eine« 95eriunltfr«. 7. l.^nnt>e(] tr: ©tii> 
pel, bie ^lieberliige )u diiduo in ^crii. 

Adlllinistrafive, adiuin'uiatri- 

dr, adj. 1. uentnltenb, 9JmuiiUung< . . ., 
Ktgierung^ ... 2. erti)eiteHb, barrei4>enb. 
3. 6ef)Ulfli(f>, forberli((). 

Administrator, adniinni»tii'tur, 
I. I.ber95erwiiIter,23enoei"fr(eine#(i)iite«ic.) ; 
^niTbl)iiber. 2. ber 9lbiiiiiii|lrnror, Zcfln- 
mtnt&\}oniitt)n , f. Administratrix. 3. 
lf<t)ott. 9{eif)t] bie ^pfflcr. 4. ber aSenrljfr 
titi ®i)tte5bien|lf5; ?lu6|"peiibet (ber Snfriv 
raente>. 

AdminiMtratorsliip, aHmtnn's- 
tri'turship, s. bai 911111 eiiies a5frn«iItiT3, 
aSeru'cfcr*, ^JJrfeiKf* «. 

Administratrix, adminnistri'- 
t^ks, «> I. bie aSeru'iiltrriiiii, S5i'rilf(;criiin, 
$anbl)tiberinn. 2. bieleiliiiiiciitaiu'fljiel}critiii 
(ein 'Jraiienjiminer , infld^cd ba4 03iit eiiicS 
ot)iie leoteii 2Git!en 55criTor(<eiieii yenualtet). 

Admirable, ad'nie.lbi. (fr. admi 
table, lot. adiiiir-ibilis) adj. boiuinbrriiC': 
iwertl), bciDiiiiteriHiurirbig, Ijcrrllrf). tieifuct) 
(UDii ^erfiMicu iiiib ©iirf)eii). 

Admirability, admeraliil'ljte. rb. 

Admirablencss, ad'mirablnes, 
«. bie 58ea'iiiit!i'rii''<n>rirbigfcit, Irefflirfjfcit. 

Admirably, ad'meralile, adv. b(: 
rwinbcriiSiwertl; , trcifli(<), uberniii, jiir 58e.- 
iTMJiiberiiiig. 

Adil'iral, ad'm^ral, (fr. aniiml. 
arnb. araara) ». 1. bcr^Ibmirnl. Lord liigli -. 
ber fflrpgnbiuirnl I'oii ©iiglniib; Vice--. 
berSijenbiiiirdl; Rear--, brri?iintrf(ibiiiirnl. 
i. eiii foiiigl. 2)caiiitfr, ber ini Qlbiiiiraiiratt'- 
gericjjte ben SBi'rfiO fiiljrr. 3. bai ^Ibiuimii': 
f<l>iff. 4. ba* groge rber 5?niiptrd)itf (i-iiirr 
i^fliibeldpDtie). 5. [(Fiitpin. u. Octjrljpi'l.J bcx 
9lbmtrnl. 

Tlie admiral's sliip, bai 9(blliiri1I$r(f)tff 
(<ltl(() Admiral -ship). Tlie admiral's 
flag, bie Qlogge bt6 9lbiiiir>il^. 

AdmiraiNili|l, ad'm^raKliif). s. 
We 'Jlbmiriiirdjafr, bi\6 'Jlnu eiiu'5 •Jltmirair, 
^^e 9lbiiiiriii^n'i'irbe. 

Admiralty, ad'mjr.'lij. *. bit -Hb 
miralirnt. Conn of -. b.if 91^llllr.lllr.u^': 
flfnrt)r. Iiiriirffiinrre, •}iriiiir.)lir.ir'?i'i'tfii. 

A d mi rnl I y ■ niessen gr rs. •JlrmiriV 

Admirtttiftn, admcra-HliiiM. J. I. 

Until ■deut4ch. Wortrrhurh. I. 



ADM 

bie Setvunberung. 2. i bai (?rflaunen (mit 

'TOigbilligung), bie SSeriuunberuiiG. 

2. Your boldness I with — see. Drvden. 

To be taken up with — , ton ^eimnbe: 
rung Ijtngeriffen , erfiitU fein. Note of -. 
[®rrtmin.] bn« 2Iii«riifiiiig*jeid)eii. 

Admirative, admi'rativ, adj. (Illfv 
nifenb. - point, [®rnmm.] ba6 91iiorii: 
fiingdjeic^cn. 

Admire, admire', (fr. admirer. Int 
admirari) c. a. I. beroinibern. 2. { feljr 
lieben, nnbeten (eiu JJrnucniiimncr :c.) 

Admired, fonberbiir, feltrnni. Shak. 

Admire, ». n. (at) (id) rounbern (iiber). 

Admirer, admi'rur, ». 1. ber ^c: 
wiinberer, SBereljrer. 2. ^ ber 3liibeter, '^c= 
iBiiiibercr, Ciebljnber. 

A foolish -. ein TOnufaffe, fflimpef. 

Admiring'ly, admi'ringle, adv. I. 
init 2Jeimiiibenmg ob. SBcnuiinberung. 2. ({ 
al* ilnbercr ^^. Siehljobcr. (bie Siilaffigfeit. 

Admissibility, adnilssebiriete. s. 

Admissible, admis'sebl, adj. jii: 
U\^iid), julaffig. (liilTig. 

Admissibly, admis's^ble, adv. Jl|: 

Admission, admiHli'sliun, «. I. bai 
3iilfl(Ten, bie 3ulaiimiq, (sjeil.ittung. 2. bie 
3ulii(Tung (to. jip, Qlnfnnfjme (u. J^rembem 
(tnio,in). 3. (5pl)iji'.l bcrBiigiiiifl ;ber5?ii3eK.>. 
4. ber3iitritt. 5. [e:g.l bie 3ul>iffii"i3 <«'i'i'f 
^Beroeife*), Ginriniiiiitng. 

Admit, admit', ((. adniittere)) v. a. 
I. jiil.iffrn, aufnel)iiien (imo, iio, &iiiem 
ben 3nrritf terilnttcn. 2. i (of) jnlaffin, 
niiiif()iiien, gcilnttcn, iieriTaftcn (G-tiynd). 3. 
[9i\1.) a) ben Jail iefytw, aiinel)iiien. b) nii: 
neljinen, gelten InfTen, jiigebcn, einraunieii. 

To — of one's reasons or apology, 0'- 
nianbs (ynnibe uber (?nt|"(1)iilbigiiiigcn annel) 
men. To — a serions thought into theniinil. 
ernrten C*)ebanfcn 9?aiiin geben. To - of no 
gallantry, tcine9iebe?l)iiiiti'l Ijaben. To - ot 
any one's excusp, QenianbS {^lltfc^ulbigillin 
aiinrhitieii. - it were so, gffi'0t, cS luiire uv 
Kaith - s of degrees, e& fliebt lierKt'ft>em' 
Orabe be« (i)Iaill>ril5. To - any one into 
an oflice. (S-ineiii till 9liiit ilbertragen. To be 
admitted a doctor, bie Doftonvilrbe rr: 
^nlten. A ticket — s one into a play-house. 
iiiitfiiiem93i(letraiin man in'^IIjctiter oeljeii. 

Admittable, admit'tabl, adj. ^lu 
laiTifl. J"flf<lf''e" rcerben fonnenb. 

Admittance, adm't'tanse, «. I. 
bie 3u(iiifiing, 9lufiia()me. 2. ber 3ufritt. 3. 
t ICrg.) bie O'inrannuing (eiiie5 ©aljre), 
3iigebuiig.4.bie(5'iiifriljrniig(eine«^^rie(ti'r^). 

By surrender and -, [9{e(()ti5rpr.) eiui' 
■ijlfre, u'obiirrf) bie llebergabe ber (f-rbjiiu*: 
giitrrSratt fillbet. You are a gentleman ot 
great -, f 01)1; iverbct in ben ffleiVllfdjafnii 
ber (i)rpficn jiigelaucn. Shah. To give -. 
ben 3urritt geilatteu. To gain - into . .. 
ju.U'liiiTi'n luerbeii (in), hiiirinfoinmen (iii). 

Admitter, admit'tur, «. ber, iveh 
(t)er iiil.iijr« (i" ein 9lint) einii'il)rr. 

Admix, admiks', (lat. admiseere) v. 
u, beiniirdKii. 

Admixtion, admiks'tslnm. s. 
[(Fhem.l Me SBeimiutiing, ber 3iimi). 

Admixture, admiks'tsbiirp. s. tie 
Wifi1)iMig (bie flemir(1)rc ®iib|lanj niib t.if 
'JlJiiitjen), Sriiniirtjiiufl. 



ADO 

Admoni.slt, admoa'nfsh, (lot ad- 
inonere) v. a. I. erinnern , erma^iien; 
(against, of; warnen (I'or). 2. [fan. y<cii}t] 
(S-iiiem eiiien SBermeid gcbcn (of ob. against, 
iibcr). [ber ^rinnerer, ermaljncr, 2Cariu'r. 

Admonislier, admon'ni.shiir. jc. 

Aflmonisltment , adnion'Mi<h. 
ment, *. CicG'riiinerung, Grinafjniinn, 5i5ar: 
niina. 

Admonition, admonish'un, s. I. 
bie G-rma()nnng, 2i5arnnng, G-rinncrung. 
ber 25eni>ei3. 2. [^ircf)bi5c.] biM '>)}?ai)ii; 
fdjreibcn. [«. * bcrSiftenprcbiger. Hookeh. 

AdiEIOnitioner, admnnish'iiniir, 

Admonitive, admon'etiv, a^j. er< 
innernb, erinaljnent. Barrow. 

Aflmonitor, admon'netur, «. ber 
©rinnerer, 213iirncr, ©rmufjiur. 

Admonitory, admon'n^turre, adj. 
eriiinernb, criiiiifjnenb, ivnrneiib. 

Admortization,admorteiA'shun, 
s. [geubalr.] bie aSeriuunMiing eiiieS 03rnnb! 
ftiirfcS ober ^pac^tguteS in ein unueriiuger= 
H<l)t& (sjut. Encyc. 

Adm(»ve, admoov', (Inf. admoverc) 
V. a. nalje bringen, naljern. Browm. 

Admurmmration, adniumnira'- 

shuii, ((. adiiHirniMrare)*. f bOfiSuinurmelll. 

Adnascent, adnas'sent, (lat. ad- 
nascens) ndj. an pber nnf Qtmai luac^fenb. 

Adnata, adnA'ta, (I. SHJ.)*. i.[9inat.] 
ba^ iDci^e <!lugenl)mit(f)en. 2. [3oul. u. fQot.] 

Adnatatunica , Idnatatu'neka, 
(lat. ad u. natus) «. 1. [2lnot.] bie gcmein: 
ri1)aftlid)e-2liinfnljaut. 2. [Sot.] bcr'i!liidiuii(f)». 

Adnate, adnAte', (lat. aduasci) adj. 
1*5301.] angeiuadjren. Martv.n. 

Adnoun, adnoun', «. [©ramm.] 
baS 'i)ciiurrr, Slbjeftio. 

Ado, adoo', (a $raf. n. do) ». i. ba& 
Ifjun, Ireiben, 2Befen, iliifljeben, ber Sarin, 
ba6 fflcrauf(i). 2. bie «SKul)e, ©d)ii)ierig?eit, 
lifu^ivcrbe. 

What - is here? iva« ifl bni5 fur Ctn 
Ireiben? Much - about nothing, oiel Oars 
men um 9iicf)t5. Without any more -, 
o(;ne uicl GJeraufc^. We had much - to 
forbear laughing, roit fouuten uni faum 
be6 2a(tiei\i entljalten. 

Adolescence, ad6les'slnse.^(l.ir. 

AdoleSCency, adoles'slnse.^ado 

lescentia) s. bai !^ui\Qlii\QiaUtr, bieOugeub. 

Adolescent, Idules'sent, s. ndj. 

Jung, grog luerteiib. [9lboip^. 

AdctlpllllS , adol'fus, «. Qlboif, 

Adonic, ado'iiik, («(/■. [^oer.JaboiiiKlj. 

Adonic, *. ['i}5oef.]berabonii"d)e2Jer?. 

Adonis, adu'n's, t. I. [-;))ri)tl).] <21bo> 
ni?. 2. i ein rd)oner 3i"ingliiig, 91boni«. 3. 
[Sor.] bai 9lboni5ri!'^rt)eii. [iiiilrn. 

Adonists, ado'n'sts, t. pi. bie 91bo< 

Adonize, adonLe', (fr. adouiser) 
V. II. J l)eraii^piiO<'n. 

Adoors, adors', (a $riif. u. door) 
(if/i>. oor ober an ber lljur. 

Ad<»|*t, adopt', (lar. adoptaro v. a, 
I. ? an ivinbeiilaif anneljmeti, nboptirrn, 
anfiiiben (and) f). 2. i a) annelmien leine 
•Weiiiiiiig), t>eipi}id)ffn (einrr eiiiiiiigi. bi 
ben 23or$iig gebeii 'eiiirr <Sad)e). 

2. bi Which mode » ill \ou - .MVebstcr. 

2 



IS FAtp. f?.r, fall. fat. ML mot. Fine. f?n. NA. m6ve. n6r. g&t, 6il, riSAd. TAhe, (rth, fi^FI. t^in. Trn.<». 



ADO 

To adopt another man'ii works, bie 

SSJiTfe eincs «!Intcrn nl^Me \emci(nbetv([^tm 
vt. fid) picinnen. [91nnnl)nie 1)6. 2Snl)I. 

Adoptertly, adop'tetlle. adi>. fciircf) 
Atlopter, aclop'tilr. *. 1. ber Wer- 
tirenSe, ainiieljnier e'me& Rint^ei. 2. [CI)!'!!!.] 
tie .'RiniScnfntion$r5()re. Ignited-, bieWliilj: 

jttloption, adop'shim, ». 1. iai 

ginndjmcn, Me Qlnnafjme nn Kinbti ©tntt, 

91bt>ptiiMi, bne ginfinben. 2. i ba6 "Bcippid); 

ten; 9Iiinel}mcii, bie 9IiitMl)tiic (eiiier ^yiieu 

niintj Jc); bie 2DnI;l; 9liinel)nninfl, t>(\6 '^f. 

frrunben (nitt bent Snffer jc). 3. bie «Un= 

iinhmc, 9IbDpHpn (in pnfT. 23ebeutnng). 
Atloptive, adop'tiv, adj. 1. nn^in: 

bc«®tnttnnnc^mfnb. -father, bcr^lboptii'; 

rater. 2. an SinbcS ©tatt nngenDmnicu; 

- children, nbpptirte^inber, QJbpptivfinber. 

3. f fremb. (nnnfmnnntnie (£nd)c. 

Adoptive, *■ ber, bie sjlboprirte, bie 
Aflurable, ado'rabl, adj. fln&ctuno^! 

luurbifl, nnt'ctunn*tvertf). 

AdorablenesS, ado'rablnes. «. 
bie gintetunn^nuirbinfcit. [tiinn^mertl). 

Aflorably? adA'rSblc, adv. nnbc: 

Afl»rat, ad'orat. *. [(I(;eni.i eiu &(■■ 
nMrf)t WW I'ier ^funbcn. 

Adoration, ^dAri'shun, ». l. bie 
SmU'etmifi (OJotteS). 2. i a) bie «Un6etung. 
b) bie 93eret)ninfl. 

Adore, adAre', (M. adorare) p. a. 

1. anlH'ten. 2. 1 a) nnbeten, leibcnf<f)afrlid) 
lictcn. b) oerefiren. 

Adoreiiient, adore'mcnt, ». bie 
9tii['ctiin<i, 2?frc(;niiir|. 

Adorer, ado'rur, «. I. § u. 1 ber 
9tiitctcr, 93mt)rer(0)LHte«, bcr^nl)r()citK.) 

2. i ber 9ln('etcr (eincg 5-rnucn}immcr«). 
Adorn, adorn', (Int. adornare) v. a. 

I. fdjmiirfcM, uerrd)i:Miern , jicrcn. 2. i I'er; 
l)errlid)fn. 

Adorn, t. "•■' ber ©c^niurf. Spekser. 

Attorn, adj. « (]erd)mu(ft, flejiert. 

Adorner, ador'mir, I. ber Sierer, 
SBcriicrcr, (S-incr, ber Qtwai fdjiiiiirft. 

Adornment, adom'mcnt, *. T ii. 
1 ber ed)iiui(f, -Sierrnft), bie SBerjierinifl, 
S5rrrd)i:MirruniV [ed)nui(f. 

Adorninf;*, ador'nmg , s. brr 

AdoK, ados', I. [•TOeb.] bn6 ®ta()l: 
nmjTir. 

Ado.SClllation, adoskul^'shun, s. 
(Int. ail u. osculatio) *. [!Bot.] bit S8efriid)= 
tiinfl. ExcYC. Crabiie. 

AdoSSed, adnsst'. (fr. adossc) adj. 
[fi*iTlb.lriirfIin(i*nnrinanber fleilcdt. Enc^c. 

Ado\«'n, admin', (a ^)>rnf. II. down) 
adv. 1 l)inn6 (niif ben 2iobrn). 2. unten, 
()irnirben. .1. (i'i>n oOen) ^crnb, niebcrumrt*. 

Ad«»\%'n, praep. 1. wn . . . fjernb 
obrr nii'ber irine ^bnveflunfl i>iMi cfceii mid) 
nnteii). 2. ubernfl unten cber in (cineni 
Ihnic !c.). 

Adpercepti(»n, adpcrslp'tslmn. 
tint. I s. t |')5md)ol.i H6 Sell'ilbrivuDtrein, 
bie Si'il'rtl'ei'd)nniinrt. 

Adraoiine, adiak'nc. * [^i>t.l bie 
gibrndiiie, ber p-rbt'errrMilrnud}. 

Adra^^anfll, r Tragacanlh. 

A«iraillire, ndramlre'.p.n. |iKixl)t#! 
ft)r.) firt) jiir CSTiuIliiiifl rinr* SBtripridjenf 



ADU 

uor fflericf)t ucrbinben. [&nn<5f, hir<t)tf(\m. 
Adread, adred', adv. « in jjurc^t, 

AdreCtare, adrnkta're.^ V. a. 
AdreCtate, adrek'tate, 5 [9{ed>t£- 

fpr.J entrd)nbi!]cn. 

AdriaA, a'drean. c.^lbrinn, 5pnbrinn. 

Adriatic, adreat'ik, adj. nDrintifd) 
— *. bns nbriatifd)e 'DJeer. 

Adrift, adritt', (nnoetf. adrifan, 
gedriinn; drifan, treiben) adv. 1. treibenb, 
tax 'iiJeUen jiini ©picle. 2. i nuf bn* &e- 
v<\ti)t\wi)l. [bie '•Jtnfcr lid)teu. 

To break — from the moorings, [OJinv.j 

Adrogrntion, adr6ga'sirun , (KU, 
ad u. rogure; *. [rmn. 3{ed)tJ bie »Unnnl;mc 
nn AVinbeS ©tntt einer ^erfon, bie nid)t 
iiicljr initer uiucrlidjer ©eiunlt |tel)t. Encvc 

Adroit, adroit', (fr. adroit) adj. f|e 
fc^icff, flfivnnDt, pfiffig, uerfdjingen; bcljenbe 

Adroitly, adrolt'le, adv. Qi(d)i(f:, 
geiimubf; t>cl;enbe. Chesterhei.d 

Adroitness, adruit'nes, t. bie &e 
l'd)icflid)teii , ©eiuonbtljeit, SSerrd)lngcMl)eit ; 
ijel^enbigfeit. Houne 

Adry, adrl', (nngelf. adrigan; adv 
buriliij, trt'rfcn. Spectator. 

Adscititious, adsetlsh'Tis, (Int. 
adscisceie) adj. tjiniiitjciet^t, beigefiigt, cr; 
borgr, Ijiiijiigctljan, 'Jieben . . . Warton. 

AdstrictiOU, adHtrlk'shun, (Int. 

adstringere) s. 1. l'))iCb.J t)H6 Surnnuuen! 

.jicljeii, aSerfd)liegen (burd) ^UutTdjlnge). 2. 

bie 3iif'T"'"eiird)liut'i"ig/ SSerjlopfung. 

Adstric tory, > . . 
.... . '; J 1. Aitringent. 

Adjjtrin'i^ent, 5 

Aditlaria, aduiA'r^a, «. [O^tincrnlg.l 
ber innjd)i'lHirinige JJclDipntl). Ci.eavei.and. 

Adulate, adjiitate, (lot. adulari; 
V. a i"d)nu'td)eln (Gincni). 

Adulation, adjula'shun, «. t>a& 
©d)intid)flii, bie ©d)ineid>clei. Shak. 

Adulator, ad'julatur , «. brr 
©d)nicid>lcr. (rt^nieidjell^.ift, fd)uicic^Icri|"c^. 

Adulatory, ad'jillaturre , adj. 

Adu'latreSS, ad'Julalren, s. bie 
@d)nicid)UTinn. [ivadjfcn. 

Adult, adult', (Int. adultus) adj. tX 

Adult, *. ber, bie G-nundjicne. 

Adulter, adiirtiir, (int. adulterare) 
e. M. fi)rtircd)cn, G-fjcbrud) begcljen. 

Adulterant, adtil'turant, t. 1. ber 
(5-|)tbrcd>rr, bie (yljebredjcrin. 2. ber SBerfaU 
rd)er; biiS Sfierfoirdjeube. 

Adulterate, adul'turite, c. n. 
cl)(bv(ct)tn, (S-I;cl'rud) bcge!;cn. 

Adulterate, v. a. 1. t>erfnir(<)cn 
(<IGnnren, ■OJfetnlie, aSein ic). Bovi.e. 2. 
i i>erbcrlu'n (cine 6prnd)e, ben ®erd)ninrf). 

Adulterate, part. p. adj. l. el;e> 
bred)erird>. 2. l i<erfali"djt ; ucrborbeii. 

Aclulterateness , adniturite- 
nes. I. bie 93eriaird)iing, ajerfnlfdjrljrit. 

Adulteration, adultiira'shi'm. t. 
1. iiii SBiTi'aifdjen , bie a5erfaird)HMg <brr 
-Wetnlle, SiJiuie, ajnnren). 2. b<u9Serinird)f' 
fern, bie 25rrfiiird)nng. lbred)rr. 

Adulterer, adul'iurur. «. ber &he> 

AduliereMN, adul'ture!>, «. bie&lK' 
brrdiiriiiii. 

Adulterine, adi'l'tiirnie. adj. 1. 
J im 0-iu-l'riid)r erjriiflt. 2. f I'erfolfdjt , uii-- 
iid)t; ijii(ergri'<l)cbeii. 



ADV 

Adulterine, «. im im Qfjttnttlt 

erjeugtc itinb. 

Adulterous, Idul'turus, adj. 1. 
cl)ebred)erif4. 2. i unnd^t, untergefrftoeen, 
uerborben. [e^cbredjerifct). 

AdulterOUSly, adul'turusle. adv. 

Adultery, adul'trirc, *. i. ber(*I)es 
bnid). 2. ± bie iBerfnifcfjung. 3. (in nit. OJe. 
fetjen) bie eijebrec^crn niiferlegte ©trnfe. 4. 
|i^ird)g.] bie ii»iberred)tlid)e SBefi^ergreifung 
eine« <BiStl;iim« lunljrenb bc5 Seben^ iei 
iMi'd)iif6. 5. (bei nit 9inturf.) bnfi ^fropfen 
ber Sjnunte. 

Adultness, adult'nls, *. bn« (5r» 
mnd^renrein, bi\6 ermncfjfene Sifter. 

Adumbrant, adum'brant. adj. n6» 
rd)nttenb, roi) nbbilbenb, im llmriiTe. 

Adumbrate, adum'brate, (Int. 
adunibrare) v. a. 1. nbfc^nttcn , iiud}tiq 
entivcrfen, iTijjircn. 2. f nbrd)n(teit ((^tiund). 

Adumbration , adiinibrA'.<ihun, 
». 1. bn« Slbfdjntten, ber fTfirfjtige, crfle &nU 
mnf, bie 9lb|"(f)nttung, ©fi3jc. 2. [^crlb.] 
ber ©d)ntten (einer gigiir). Dicr. 

To make an — of what we mean , ntlt 
bie 5?nlfte uon betn fngen, mai mnn benft. 

Adunation, aduna'-shun, (I. unus) 
s. t bic25ercinignng, Wnigiina, SBerbinbung. 

Aduncity, adun'seie. (Int. adun- 
citas) s. bie jlriiinnie, ipnfeiifJrniigfeit. 

Aduncous, adMn'kus.)^^/". fnimm, 

Adunque, adunk', ) f)nfenfrir. 
niig, tjnfig, gcbogcn. Bacow. 

Adure, adiire', (Int. adurere) v. a. 
t I'erbrennen. Bacos. 

Adust, adust', ^ adj. 1. pfr« 

Adusted, adus'ted,^ bmnnt, per* 
feiigt. 2. 1 a) I)fftig Oorn :c.). b) brfid^iia. 
c) (-Web.! enfjiinbet, ^iljiig. [brennlid^, 

Adiistible, adus'tcbl, adj. per* 

Adustion, adus'tshun , s. 1. bie 
93cr6rennnng; ber !8rnnb. 2. ['OTeb.] bie 
(J-ntjiinbunfl (beS SBInteS ic.). 

Advance, advanse', (fr. avanccr) 
p. a. 1. I'orrurfen (einen ©tiil;! tc.), nnrtU 
den, pormnrtd bringen ober rfirfen. 2. erf)e* 
ben, I'cforbetn (Oemnnben in eiiicm 9lnife) 
3. nufflcffen, uorbringen, nugern, beljniipten 
(einc Wcinung). 4. pornusfdjirfen (DPr^er* 
fngeii). 5. 6efd)Iciiuigen, beft^rbern. 6. ppr* 
jief)en. 7. (I unb ? perfjerrlicfjen , ju (ffjren 
briiigen, crljo^en. 8. pori"(<)iegen (®eib). 

Honor me so much as to — this jewel ; ac- 
cept and wear it, crjcigc niir bie Q-f)re, bie* 
feni j?leiiu>be f)i!'f)ern ®Innj jii gebcii ; niniin 
e6 nn unb trng e«. Shak. To - one'* 
calling, fcinen 58eruf oerljerrlidjen. Ad- 
vanced work, [Srieg!?bCI b.i^ SSmvetf. 
Advanced, in bie $ol)e gr')p('fn. Shak. 
To - the price (of), ben ^reid (einer 
©nd)e) erl)ii|)en. Advanced price*, 
hpniibel) l)Pl)r $reife. Ad vanced age, ein 
iHTfleriirfffe filter. Advanced iii years. 
in o'l')'"''" I'lTgerucft. 

Advance, v. n. I. prrrilrfen (pen 
eiiiem 5peerc) , niiriirfen, piTbringrii, ppt» 
iv.irtfflchen. 2. i (in) jiinehnirn din ifent* 
niiTeii :f.), JJiTrfdjritte nindjeiidn;. 3. [^au» 
bel) fleiflfu (luMi $rrireM). 

To - on the last bidder, (bei ^InfttOi 
iirii) ben Se^trii uberbieteii. To - Id |>ric*, 
[•piinbei] niifrd)ingrn, iiu $rriff (leig^M. 



Tkte, far, fall, fat. M*, met Fine, fin. N6, move, n5r. got. 6il, c'Mtl '\\\he, tub, fiMl. tliin, THis. 1ft 



ADV 

Advance, «. l. baS 9Sorri!(fen (tints 
S^tTti) , 95DrrcnrtS(jef)en ; unb ± tai 95pr« 
ri'iifcii, eie SSefprPerung (in rinent Stniteic). 
2. !"?f)ijf-] 6rt« (Jortructen (ber ©i-nne). 3. 
1 bie giii«t>i(6iino <~^ti ®ci|le« ic). 4. ber 
fT!le Sdjritt, urn fid) ©inftn ju nnfjern, bii4 
G-urflfgfiifommen , brr 'Mntrng (M* JJeijiing 
jii (^nud*). 5. ber JJ'>rtr<^r''t ('" 2Difffn= 
fcfciiften, (?ntb«fungen if.) ; JJortflnnn- 6- bie 
(5Tl)p()iing , SSerbeffmmg. 7. [«rieg66f.] 
b,i«2Jorwfrf. 8. [$anbfl| - cb. - money, 
a) btr 9Jorfd)iie (o. ®eft>); b) bit <PrSmie; 
c) baS ifxinbgerb. 9. (in auftionen) ba« 
l)el)fre ®«6ot. 

To be upon -, tm ajprrrfiiiffe ftin. To 
make - «, I. Ginem entgegfnfpinmen. 2. 
(^Jftb Uorf(^te(Sen. To make large - « to 
any one, G'incni Bitf (5)ffb I'prfdjicgfn. To 
make the neceisary -a, ba« nftljige (5)clb 
I'orft^iefien. In -, I uprn, i<prnu«. 2. uer; 
nil«, jum SBpmu*. To be in - lo any one a 
tlinusand pounds etc., tniifenb ^fiinb met)r 
fingeltgt :c. f)nben, nl« etn Slnbfrft. 

Advance-guard, [<n?i(it.J ber SJof; 
pi^ilen, bie 95orroiirf)e. 

Advancement, Sdvante'ment, t. 

1. brt* aSorrurfen, Jprtrurfen. 2. t bie S5e; 
prberung (eine< 55eamtcn, DffijierS). 3. bie 
li^rlp^niing, ber Sorjiig, bie Q\)tt. Shak. 
4. ber JJortfc^ritt, bn« (frnporfomtnen , bie 
9liifiiflf)me (ber 2Di(Tenrd)flften) ; bn« 2Dn(<)«; 
tijiim. 5. (to) bie (f'rljebung (rtuf benXfjron). 
6. bn« Ceibgebinge einer SJrnu ic. Sherman. 

Advancer, advan'sur, $. 1. ber 
SBefiirberer , ffloimer. 2. [<JDnibinfvr.] bie 
aiiigcn ' ober 2Ceib(Vroffe, ber ©i^lVrie^ef. 

AdvanCive, advan'siv, adj. be> 
fSrbemb. 

Advaniag-e, advan'tadje,(fr. avan- 
tage) «. I. ber iSortf)ei(, (sjcivinn, 9?ii^cn 

2. ber aScrt^eif (in einer ©(^(ft(f)t). 3. bn« 
ncbergen)i(^t, bie lleberlegenljeit. 4. ber SJor: 
tl)ei(, bn« 9Jort»)ei(f)nfte, ber mit einer ©nrfje 
rcrbunbene SBortfieif. 5. ber 95orjng Q)tt> 
r)li5«f< ic.). 6. bie gunflige fflelcgcnljeit, be^ 
ouetne 3"t- 7. bflS (iJnabengef^enf. 8. bie 
Siignbe, ber Ueberfc^u^. 9. f &« 3in«. 
tai 3ntere(Te. Shak. 

To lell a thing to -, Qtwai mit &t 
jvinn, j)ortt)ei(f)iift uerfnufcn. To lend upon 
-. nuf i8Drtf)eiI (eifjen. To Iiave - over . ., 
fibcrlegen fein (©ineiti). To make ober to 
(;ike - of . ., Gineni i'crnu6 fein, ben 55or; 
fpning ne^nieii. To get an - of . ., ben 
55i'rtl)ei(, bie Dberijnnb (jiibcn uber ... To 
take Db. make — of every ihing, to turn 
every tiling to one's -, aui Slflem SJor^ 
riu'il iiel)en, fi(t) ^^('^ )<> ^In^en niac^eii. 
To tlie best -, im beilen Ci(f)te, nuf ba« 
93i>rtf)eilf)nfte|le , nni 93L>rtf)ciII;nftr|len. By 
way of -, a\i CSJefrfjenf. Shak. At more 
-, bei befferer 2DeiIe, bei nicfjr ^cile. He'll 
remember witli - s, er luirb fi(() bnrnn er^ 
inncrn, rocnn ti mit OKcrfmnien ucrfefjen 
i|^, pic i()m (»elegfn()eir bnju gebeii. Shak. 

Advantage, v. a. l. im vcrtf^eil: 
Ijiifrcn 2ict)re jeigen, bfiorbern. 2. (Jinenij 
finbringrn, einrragen, nii^en, i<ortl)eill)aftfeiM.| 

3. iiutjfn, bt'iiiiQen. Smak. 
AdvantaK-ealllevadvan'iadjeabl.j 

•Wi. f iHTtlirilhiifr, nrii>li(1). 

jftdvautaifed, advau'iiged, p. p 



ADV 

u. adj. (0. ^erfonen) mit SBorjijgen nu«ges 
flattet. What is a man advantaged, if 
etc . 113(18 geminnt man, roenn ic. 

Advantag-e-g-round, advan'- 
taje- grm'ind, *. bic i'Drtf)ciIf)nfte ©tedimg. 

Advantag-eoiIS, advanta'ju$,a(f;. 
oortf)eirf)(ift, nu^lid), gunflig. 

Advantageously, advanti'jus 
li, adv. pprtfjeiifjnft, mit iWu^en. Arbdthjiot. 

Advantag-eousness, advauta'- 
jusnes, *. bie 5iu$(>(irfcit, 9?u(jlid)feit. 

Advectitious, advlktlsh'us, adj. 
eingetflirt, nuSliinbifc^), fremb. 

Atlvene, advene', (lilt, advenire) i>. 
n. + fjiniufptninen (uon ©iif^cn). 

Advenient, advc'neunt, ndj. \j'm: 
jufommenb (pon ©ndjen), jMfadig. 

Advent ad'vent, *. Uiirdji.] ber 
Slbi'cnt. [jiigefommen (I'on ©iicfjfin. 

Adventlne, aHvin'iln. adj. t l)in- 

Adventitlous, adventisli'iis. adj. 
f)in}iigefpminfn, }iifn([ii]. iinii'ereiUlicf), frcm^, 

Adventitiously, adveutish'iuic, 
adj. jufiiflig. 

Adventive, advln'tiv, adj. « ijins 
jiigefommen, iiifiiflig, unmefcnrlid). Bacow 

Adventive, * f c'"f "P" nufiV'irt^ 
fommenbe ^perfim pb. ©i'(t)e. Bacok. 

Adventry, adven'tii, «. t bie tiu- 
terncfjmung. [■JIbpent bctrrffenb. 

Adventual, adven'tsliual, adj. bcn 

Adventure , adven'lMhure , (fr. 
aventure) t. 1. bii* ^Ibenteiicr, ^iignli'itf- 
2. ber 3iifnfl, 0)lilrf«fiifl. 3. iai (S-reignif!. 
4. [ Seel). ] bie gcnuigte <J)nnbf(iSMntcrnclj> 
miing, bn« Wifi'D, OJiignifj, 0iit nuf ber 
®ce. Gross -, bie Sobmerei. 

By -, upn iingcfiifjr. Bill of-, fSfef).] 
ein Snbfcfjein Pber 3rii(l)tt>rief fiir nuf (*)c: 
f,-,^r u. ilPiuu ..I 2>cr|'enbtr«ii.'fnbenf ?Jn(i» 
ren, bo; 6ptfulatip,.6Prief. At a'l a ''ven- 
tures, nufs (sjerntljrippljl, nuf gut (SJIurf. 

Adventure, (fr. aventnrei) V. a 
lungcn, in 0)efnl)r ober nufs Sj^icl feljen. 

Adventure, o. n. e^n-ngen, fid) 
untcriTcljen, fic^ erfuljnen, fid) (^iiitiusipngcn. 

Adventurer, adven'tsiiurm, *. i. 
ber iJlbentcurer, (sjliirftfritter, "JBngeljalS. 2. 
(Jincr, ber fid) pber Gtiun« lungt; (.<?.iubcl| 
merchant-adventurer, tct <VC' laiir, 
llnterneljmer nuf gut OMcf. 

Adventuresome, advcn'tsln'ir- 
sum, orfj. f filjn, periufgen.ipnflffjnlilg ; ipngiid). 

A€lventure8omene.ss,a(iven'- 
t:ihursumnes, «■ bie 93eripfgcu()cit , SliH)n-- 
l)cit; ^Bnglic^feit. 

Adventurous, adven'tshAms, 
adj. I. fii()n, oeripfgen, i»ngef)rting (p. ^n-. 
foncu). 2. nbenteucrli(<), ipnglidj, penuegen 
(ppu (Snd)cn). Trimblix. 

Adventurously, Sdven'tsiiili- 
usie, adv. periuegeu, nbentcncrlid); lungiirf;. 

AdventurousneMS,adven'tshur- 
iisnes. *. I. bn8''2JbcnteuerIid)rcin, bn6 nt'eu; 
tcurrlid)e SBefen, 2Dngel)nlflgfeiu. 2. bie 
5[Cnglid)feit. 

Adverit, Sd'verb, (Int. adverbium) 
t. [(5)ramm.) 1>ai 5?cbeniuprt, 9tbpiT('iiim. 

Adverbial, advlr'beal, adj. ucbi'll: 
uiprrlic^, nbprrbiiilifd). 

Aflverbially, adver'bealle, ado. 
Mcbruiui^Ttlid), nbperbinlifd). 



ADV 

Adversable, advlr'sabl, f. Con- 
trary. 

Adversaria, advlrsi'rea, (f. 20.) 
pi. s. 1. bie Sc<)rei6tnfe(. 2. bn« ^uHcftnne. 
enbut^. 

Adversary, ad'vlrsar^. *. i. ber 
(SJcgncr; S23i^crfnd)cr. 2. |i ber ^SJibfrinrfirr 
(leufel). - adj. entgcgcngefcOt, juiuiber, 
0)egen .... 

Advetsative , advlr'sai'v . adj. 
fWrnmm.] cntgegrnfd}cnb , cinen (i)egcnfn$ 
beific^ncnb Ceine ^^pnrrifcf :c.). - ». bne^ eis 
nen ©egenfn^ bejci(^nenbe SBort, 9Ibperfni 
tii'iim. 

Adverse, Id'vlrs?, (fnt. adversus) 
adj. 1, luibrig , in entgcgeiigcfeljtcr ?;id)tung 
ipirfenb, jMuiber, cntgcgen (51Biube tc). 
•2. i roibrig. - fortune," bn6 iuibrige(\ier(^irf, 
"»?i|lgcfc^irf . - party , bie ©cgenpnrtei , ber 
(^5rgiicr. 

Adverse, .idverse', V. a. * ©ineni 
entgcgenipirfen, cntgegentjnnbefn. Gowee. 

Adversely, ad'vlrseic, nrfp.ipjbrig, 
ungdlctlitft, juiuibcr; gnnj nnberS. 

AdverscneSS, ad'vlrsenes, «. « 
I. ber ^JBiberfprut^. 2. ber fd)Ifd)tc (Frfpfg. 

Adversity, advlr'sete, t. 1. bie 
•HJibenunrtigfeit, bie Irubfnf, ber llnfnfl (nl« 
Urfndte). 2. bie 'Jtott), tnS ©(cub (nfS 3u|Tnnb). 

Advert, advert', ((nt. advertere) v. 
». ao) niifmcrfen, pprji'igdd) ndjten, 9ld)t 
gfl'CM. feine5Iufmerffnmfeit rift)tcn, nufmerf* 
fnm fein (nuf), &t\\>ai bt<\d)ten. 

Advert^ v. a. I. * nniucifen, 6crntf)ct> 
(ot'tnnnben). 2. To -the mind to . . , feine 
'Jlufnu-rffnmfeit Y\d)ten (nuf). 

Advertence, advlr'tense.) s. bie 

Advertency, advlr'tense,) 3Iuf» 
iiierffnmfeit, 9lc^tfnmfeit. 

Advertent, advlr'tlnt, acfj. auf> 
nicrffnm, ndjtfnm. 

Advertise, advertize', V. a. I. 
(any one of any tiling) bennd)ri(^tigPM. MUs 
trrricl)ren (dimn ppu G-tipnij), e-incm Qt\vn& 
(HTidjten, ©inem 9ind)ric^)t geDeu (ppu). 2. 
iwiirucn, erinnern. 3. iiiffentlitf) bcfnnut mni 
d)e\\, nnjeigen (in 3'e't'iiigi'n k.). 

That can my part in him -, ber melne 
"ipcrfpn gnui jn pcrtretcii im ©tnnbe iff. 
.Shak. Advertising, nufllierffnm. Shak. 

Advertisement, advcr'tf^ment 

pCcr advertize'nient , (fr. avertisseiiient) s. 
I. bie aSennc^ric^tiguug, yi(id)vid)t, ber 25e= 
ridjt. 2. bie 2Bntnung, (Frinueruug; ber 
9tnt(), bie mprnlifc^e (frmnfjuuiig. 3. bie 
Ptfenrlid)e 9InPi"inbigung, aiuicige (in i8(nt« 
tern), bnS 9ipcrtiffemcnt. 

Advertiser, advlrtJ'zur, «. i. ber 
■Qlnjcifler, !8cnnd)ricf)rigcr; ((finer, ber(5tipn« 
in finer 3citung niijcigf) ber ^(njciger. 2 
bn* atnjcigeblntt, ber SInjciger (Sfitung 'O. 

Advesperate, advls'jiiiite, (int. 

ad u. vesperus, gr. hesperos) v. n. 3(benb 
lucrben. 

Advice, advise', «. I, bie 9?nd)rid)t, 
ber 93erid)t. 2. bn« m\tcd)ten , ber 5fnrl), 
•!lurd)lng, bie Wfiiiuiig. 3. ber (gegrtene) 
3{iUl), bie SBnrnung. 4. bie llebrrlcguiig, 
CSrii'iigung, Mi 'Bebfiifeii, bie 33iTarl)r(^ln» 
giing, llmfTdjr, a3prfid)r, .ftliigheir, brr SHe< 
bnd)r. Shak. 5. bie P^iiifid)r. Shak. 

A letter of -, [^aiibfij ber 'Srridjt^brief, 



no FAte. f?.r. ffill, fat. ML nipt. FInp. fin. m, mive. nftr, ^St. 6il, rlAAd. Ti^be, tuh. fv^ll. t^in, THU. 



ADV 

Vviibtitf. To take advice (with), mU5e' 
tnaiit }ii 9?ntl;e geijen, riU()rJ)la3en (tiiit). 
To asli - (of any one), (Iff) f"' 3entnn6 
Statl)^ cr^i^Ien. Upon -. bci genniier 33e; 
ri'icfft(f)fioiing. Upon good -, mit giitcni 
(i)nint'e. On his more -, wenii er nud}tet= 
ner luirb. By my -. nnrf) metuetn 9fatf;c. 

Advice-boat, t)ai "ipoflfdjiff, aSendjt- 
ftf)iif, giin^'rrf)iff, fie ^ofljarf)!:. 

A(lvig°ilate, advid'j'lite, ((at. ad- 
»igili»ie) V. a. furgtrtltiy 6ciuncl)eii. — ». ». 
aiifmerfen, mncfx'iim fein, ©urge tragen. 

Advisable, advi'^abi. adj. 1. mti}-- 
(ii(), riittjinm, jiitrng(irf), iiii0(ic^, fd)ictlti-f). 
2. filr giitcn ic. 9?ntfj empfanglid). South. 

AdvisableneSS, advi'iablnes, s. 
I. tie 3{atl)rnmfcit. 2. He empfmiglid)feit 
fiir flutcn ^iati). 

Advise, advize', (ft. aviser) v. a. 1. 
(any one of) bcrirfjteti , ineltcii (©iiieni Gt- 
\\>Ci&) , (S-iiicn 6cnnd)ric^tigcii (uon). 2. (any 
one to) nUIien ((Siiiem) ; berotfjen (©ineii). 

To — one to the contrary, ©ilieill ab- 
raftjen (u. (S'tmnS). To - one's self, ubet: 
Icgen, eriungeii, bcftenfen. I am advised 
what I say, id) vtbe iiiit i8efcad)t. Shak. 
Tlierefore be advised! bcgiucgcil la^ til" 
rat()eil! Be ad vised! fic(; bic^ I'Ur! You 
were advised, bu lUliptefl mi'f;l. Shak. 
Be advised by nie ! iilg bir mtl)eu. 

Advise , i>. «. l. ratljfdjingen , ju 
SRiitfje gcfjeii. 2. Gtmai in Ue&er(efliiiig iie; 
ben, liber ©tiunS nac^)bciifeii. 

— with your pillow, fc^lnfen ©ie bnr; 
Tiber! To — with one's self, bei (id) Tiber; 
Irgeii, mit fid) jii 9^ntl;e ge(;en. 

Advised, a'dvi'zed, p. p. adj. I. be; 
barfjtfam, Dorfic^tig, bebac^)tig. 2. bcbad)t, 
jjorfii^lirf). [biic()tig. 

ill-, iinbebnd)trani. Well-, woWbt-. 

Advisedly, advi'zedle, adv. be-. 
bnd)trani, mit 23ebad)t. 

Advisedness, advi'zldnis, a. bit 
23ei)ad)rfnmfeit, 25ebiid)tigfeit. 

Advisement, advjze'ment, .t. I. 
bie lleberlegiiiig, S8crat()iing, !SfriUl)fc^la! 
giiiig. 2. tie 9ind)rid)t; bcr 9fat(;; bie Sbe; 
^iitfiimfeit, aSonlc^tigfeit, a3eb«d)rigfeir. 

Adviser, advi'zur, ». ber9(ntl;gebcr. 

Advising:, advi'zing, a. ber 9{arl;. 

Advisory, advi'zure, adj. 1. 9{iltf^ 
gebeiib. 2. eiiicii 9{ntl) enthaftenb. 

Advocacy, ad'vokase, a. 1. bie 
flerid)t(id)e 9SertI}eibigiing. Chaucer. 2. bie 
9{e(^tffrtigimg, ®(^ii(5rd)rift. 3. bif SJbUDfa; 
tut. 4. pi. qSrojeffe, 9{ed)tS|1rcite. 

A<lvocate, ad'vokate, (fr. arocat) 
«. 1. ber ®ad)iynlter, 9IiiH)n!t, Slbiu^far. 2. 
i ber 95errf)eibiger, 9Serfed)ter, 25crd)iitjer (u. 
•Jperfoiieii ii. ©ndjeii). 3. ? ii. || ber jTirfpres 
d)cr, 33ertreter, -Mittler. 

Advocate, dat. advocare) v. a. 
l<erfed)rcii, vertljeibigcii. 

Adv«>Catesllip, ad'v^katcship. s. 
I. bie -Jlbuofiuur. 2. bie aSiTtreniiig, 2Ser; 
ferfjrung. 

A<ivocatess, ad'vokatcs, a. bir 
9Jtrfed)reriun, ©odjiualteriiin. Tam.or. 

Advc»Cation, advAki'sliun, a. I. 
bit 'Sliiivairi'diatr, 'Jlboofatiir. 2. bie SBiTtrc; 
trn4. SSerm'tniiiig, S3mi)ritigiing. 

Bill of -, (©4)ort(.) bie '^Ippffuirifii*. 



AEU 

ff^rift, bie Qlppeflrttion. Letter of advo 
cation, ber 9lppefliitiuii6befel)l. 

Advolation, advula'sliun, ((. ad 
volare) a. Mi ipilljllffiegen. 

Ad volution, advnlii'shun, ((. ad 
volvere) a. bi\& ipiniUlUilIjeil. 

Advoiitress, advou'tres, (altfr.) *• 
t bie &l)ebred)erinii. Bacon 

Advoutry, advou'tre, a. ber &l)e 
brild). Bacon. 

Advo^V, advou', f. Avow. 

Advo'ivee, advouee', a. [S'irdjr. 

1. ber ^^iirriMl. --paramount, bcriDrtUpt 
pntroii (ber itimig). 2. bcr iSdjirmiu'P. 

Advowry, advou're, f. Avowry. 

AllvotVSOn, adv6iiziin, ifr. avoue- 
rie, liorill.avoerie). a. [jtird^r.] brt5 ^)>iltrO; 
iifltred)t. Blackstone 

Advoyer, advoi'ur,^ (nltfr. advoesj 

Avoyer, avm'ur. ^ *. [Sc^iueijev 
Oei'd).] ber iSd)iiItl)ei(}, ©taat6fd)ultl;eii). 

Adz, t'. Add ice. 

Ae, (|"d)ott.) eiiier, eine, tin. 

Aed, Kd, Kad, (aiigetf.) bebcit; 
ten gliicflid), }. 23. Eadric, glucflidje^ 
itijnigreirf) ; Kdwnrd, Edgar etc. 

Aedile, |. Edile. 

Aefaitld, (fc^otr.) adj. einfad). 

Aeg-ias, e'jias, ) *. ['iJfcb.) bn6 

Aegrides, e'jcdez.^ ivcifje ■Jliigfed. 

Aeg-iiops, e'jilops, (gr. 555.) *. I 
[•OKeb.l bn& 3i«gfiiaiige, tOriintngerdjiinlr 

2. [$V5t.] bai ipnfengrn^. [tie ■■Jlegibe. 
Aeg'is, e'jls, (gr. aigls') *. ber Qd)i\l, 
Aeg'yptiaCuin, cjipti'akum, a 

[■DJIeb.l bie agtjprifdje @nlbe. 

Aelf, (nngcif.) ober elph, ulph be 
beiiret fiegreid), j. 58. Aelfwin, (icg 
rcid)e ipiilfe; Aethelwnlph etc. 

Aeolian, eol'can, (gr. aiolios) adj. 
liolii'd). - harp, tie Wi'oi^fjnrfe, SBinbfjarfe. 

Aeolipiie, eol'cplle, (gr. aiolos u. 
Int. pila) s. |-^?l;i)r.] bie I>ampffuge(, SEinb^ 
fiigcl, aieL^Iipila (be* iperiMi). 

Aeoiist, e'oiist, a. ©iner, ber uor; 
gibt, begi-iiTi-rr 311 fi-in. Swift. 

Aeolopiion, eorofi'm, a. [■OKiif.j 
bn5 OU'olopI)!'!! (fin Cinilriimi-nt). 

Aerate, a'urate, (fr. aeVer) v. a. 
[(Fl)cm.| mir .KoljlLMifnure oerbinben. 

Aeration, auta'siuin, a. [(il)em.] 
bie SBerbinbung mit ^Dljleniaure. 

Aerial, ae'rcal, (1. aer) adj. I. nni- 
Sufr bcftel;ent, jiir Suft geljorig, Iiiftig, 
Suft ... 2. Snft Ijabenb, Iiifrig. 3. tic Siifr 
beiucl)ncnt, in ber £uft befinbiid), I^inl). 4. 
? otI}crird). 

Aerie, c're, (m. eryr; corn, er, ?lt(er) 

1. bnS SiicH (eineS DtniiboogelS) , ber Spovft. 

2. bie »riit (i>pn SSil'gcIn). (ni|lm 
To make its -, [Oilgcrfpr.] , ()nritcn, 
Aerificati<»n, amcleka'slirm. (1. 

aer 11. facio) *. ['^Ijl)!'.] bic SSiTlinintllllig 
in eiift. _ [lufrnrrig. 

Aerir<»rin, a'urcform, adj. l^^l)l)|■. 1 

Aerify, A'l'irefl. i>. a. [-'p[)\)f.l mir 
Ciifr I'criniitiMi ob. nnfiiden. 

Aer<»g-rapiiy , aurog'rafe. (gr. 
aer 11. grapho) j. |>)5iii)r.l bicS?utrbci"d)rcibniig. 

Aerolite, a'urollte, (gr. aer iinb 
lithos) a. "Mfereorol.] ber Cuftjlfln, *lKeteDr! 
iletn. 



AFF 

Aerologrical, iurolodje'lkal. adj. 

aerologifd). [ter Sufrfiintige. 

Aerolog-ist, auroI'lojLt, a. [ipljiiL) 

Aerolog°y, aurol'lojc, (gr. aer u. 
logos) a. [^i)\)(.\ tie Snfrfunbe, Suftldire. 

AerOHiancy, a'ur6man.se. (gr. iier 
u. manteia) a. tie Guftiualjrfngerei , Siifri 
bell rung. 

Aerometer, aiirom'meti'ir, ((\T. 
aer iinb metron) a [$(;i)r.J bcr Giifrmcfycr, 
bfle aicnimeter. [ fSpIji))'!. bie SiiftnieefiiniT. 

Aerometry , aiirom'metre , a. 

Aeroqaitt, a'liron^wt, (gr. aer 11. 
naiites) a. bcr 2uftfcf)iffcr, Suftfal)rcr. 

Aeronautic, aurunaw'tlk, adj. 
acrimniitird), jur i?nftfd)iffcrfunfl gc^&rig. 

Aeronautics, atironawt'iks, a. pU 
bie Suftrd)ifferfuu|'t. (bie 2uftfd)ifferci. 

Aeronautism, a'lironawtizm, f 

AerOSCOpy, aiiros'kope, (gr. aer 
u. skopeo) a. ['^l)])f.] tic CuftbcL'bac^tung. 

Aerostat, a'urostat, (gr. aer uilB 
states) a. ['ipt)!)!'.] tcr Suftbnffon. 

Aerostatics, aurostat'iks, p/.>(gr. 

Aerostation, aurosta'shiin, ^ aer 
n. statike) a. I. tie 2uftfd)iffcrei , Oiiftrd)ifT-- 
funfl. 2. [^()i)f.] bie eufriungefunil, Slerc. 
(liitif. [ftiUifc^, }iir £iiftu1)i|f|',i()rt gcl;i!irig. 

Aerostatic, amostat'ik, adj. ncrcs 

Aery-lig-iit, a'ure-li'ie, adj. ^ (eid)r 
luie Suft. Mjlton. 

Aery, ^ ((d)ott.) a. ber Spoicfi, bai 

Aiery, ^ 9ie|l. 

Aether, f. Ether. 

Aetlierial, f. Ether in!. 

Aetliiop's - mineral , e'tA^ups- 
miii'iiral. s. [(Ffjem.] tcr mincroliritc^^icljr. 

Aetites, eti'iez, (gr. aetos) *. (•'Dii! 
ncralg.] ber 9lt(cr|1ein. 

Afar, afar', (a q>rilf. n. far) adv. 
(mit from wx u. off nnd) bcm <S5ortc) 1. 
iwit, fern. 2. vm fern, I'cn ^.Bcitciii. 3. [i 
fern (iu>n @i>tt). 

• — off, lucit lueg, tueit i>on (jicr, iDcit 
eiitfcrnt; from -, uon meit fjer, upii fern, 
niig ber Jerne. 

Afeard, aferd', p. p. adj. (of) cr> 
fcf^rorfcn, in 9lngil ob. ^md)t (wx). 

To be -, '5urd)t, 9Jngil Ijnbcn, \id) ffirrf)" 
ten. To make any one — , ©incm 5"rd)r 
mnd)cn. [mciTuiiiit. 

Afer, a'fur, ((rtt. afer) *. ^ bcr ©Tit» 

AfF, (fc^Ott.) -adv. U. praep. w\\ , nb, 
ivcg, baiHMi; nbinnrrS; aff loof, nid)t tor. 
()cr bfbadjt; nii6 bem Sfegrcif. 

AITa, affa, a. ein (yen)id)t niif ber 
^ii|lc iHMi (^5iiinen (= 1 llnjo. 

AfTability, afTabil'Icte, (fnt. affarh 
*. tic5?ciiriVligfcir, 5rcuiitlid)fcit, PJcfpnidjig! 
feit, ba^ frciiiitlidje, (icbreid)e SSrtnigcn. 

Affable, affabl, ad). I. frriinblid), 
leunVlig, liebrcid). 2. frcimtiid), iiiilb (phDi*. 
gciU'ilimeil); - countenance, cill frflintlid)i'9 
-}lii^-fcl)rn. 

AfTableness, affablnes, a. bit 
5reiintiid)fclr, Cciirfcligfcir, (^'fpnitftigfrir. 

Affably, afi.^ble, adv. lentfeiig, 
l)i!'flid) ; lUif cine frciiiiMid)f ?lrr. 

AfTahroilS, affabrus. ((. affabre) 
adj. fiimlrcid), meiflcrhiifr (grmadjD. 

AfTabiiiation, atrabiiLVshun. (C 
ad u. fabulor) a. bit 'Woriil Ciller jiibeJ. 



F/ite. f.'ir. fAII. fni. Me met. Fim-. f'm. >'6, move. n6r. g6t. oil. rl^i'id. Tnhe. ImS. YiH. l/;in. Tliis. 21 



AlF 

AfTair, affArc', (fr. affaire) «. 1. btt« 
©fid)afr, tie aingelfgenfjeit, ©nc^e; p/. af- 
frtiis, state-—, bif <£tanr5gerd)fl|'te, <£tnnW< 
fliuKieflfn^eiren. 2. Cer Qitbe^tjantel. 3. - 
ot hoiior, tie Qi)tt\\\<\(i)t. 4. ter ©treit, 
tu6 Siicn. 5. ta6 e)efed)t, Ireffen. 

At llie head of affairs, on ter ©pi^e 
tir <£.X<[at6<ie(d)aitt. Junius. To enter into 
tJie nianagenient of affairs, an ben &e 
fd'.iftfn ll)fil nfhnifn. [r. a. nuffjunflern. 

AfTauiisUf affamish, (Int. fameK) 

AfTainisliinent j affam'ishnient, 
« tCi6 ^liiei^iiiigcrn. 

Affear, f. A f fere. 

AITeCt, affelit', (Int. afficere) v. a. 
1. ["ijjljijf. u. gKeb.] ((Finen, eincn ABrper) 
fiiiflrcifen ; einnjirfcn, ivirfen, 2i5irfungen 
(jfri'iTbriniien (fluf einen ^orpct) , i^n nffu 
c:ren. 2. einivirfen, &intru(f madten (aui), 
flMflrcifen, rutjttn, beiuegen (tn6 ©emiitl)). 
3. entfrnften (fine aSeljfluptiinfl). 4. flrcfcen, 
frrtdjten (tm(J>). 5. (^f>i)i".] (Ireben (md)), 
(itiiiel)Mieii. 6. lieben, liebl^nben , fel)nU(l) 
l>iiirl)ren. Fairfax. 7. i)tu<tftln, (rf)eud)eln, 
crfiinilein, nffeftiren. 8. nndjnffcii (@cber> 
ten ic), geiiiningen nnne^inen. 9. I9itd)ti- 
fvr.) t uberfuijren (einc« 2}frbred)en« ) 
A-.iiFFE. 10. bevtlt)vtn, treffen, betreffcn. 
3. Tlie drops of every fluid affect a 

round figure. 
". To — modesty. 

1 will - the letter, id) n^ifl in ben S^udj: 
il..bcii etnen funillic^rn ©inn Irgen. Shak. 
To - n stare, fid) omuunbert ilellen. 

Affect, s. 1. bie Oi(tmltl;«t<eivcGunn, 
futcnfdjnft, ter 9Irfcft, 'Jrieb. 2. ber llui< 
iiuiit, »Wcbeniiniiliiiib , tie (S'iflenidjnft. 3. + 
HI tie L'iebe, Qiunfl, Suiiciaung. b) bie 9\'ul)> 
limn; (S-iiipfintiinfl. ^ lerfiinilcli. 

Affectate, affek'tAie, adj. nffeftirr, 

AfTecfation, afrekli shun , «. 1. 

1. tm ©trebeu umd) bein 4l;rpne:c.). 2. + 
tic Ciebe (ju ©tii'rt«); tie flrnfbnre ajorliebe 
(rVir>. Hooker. Hall. 3. ia6 grjiviinocne 
2i3cKii, bie Afinilelei, 3i'rn:ei, bai ®ciiere. 

All'eCted, atfek'led, p p. ail J. I. 
(with) t>cl;«ifret (uiit tiner Aranft^eit tc). 2. 
1 lHl).iftet (niit Iraurigfeit JC). 3. (jerilfirt 
icciii tein®eiiiut()e), beivegt. 4. (to) gcfiiiiu 
Igffjcn); fleiieigt (jU). 5. erfunilclt, gcjicrt, 
afiftirt, tiuiitUt'irlicf;, angenomtneii. 6. t «) 
tii'i-bt, geliebt. b) i<rrliebt. 

Every one speaks as he stands — , ein 
Ortrr tvridit ixatb feinen fflefuljlen. - style, 
fine rrfiinilelte ©d)reib<irt; little - creature, 
tai S'Cflfff^en, bie 3ierpiippe. 

Affectedly, affik'tidle, ade. I. 
fliif fine erfiMiilclre 2Eciie, juin ©c^eine. 

2. nl'ild)tli(f), mit 'ilbfid)t, niir 5lri§. 
AITectedneMS, allek'lednes, s. 1. 

Ni« geiiuiiugene 2i5ei>n , bie 3ifrfrri. 2. + 

b»e 25frflfau:ig. (tent, rfiljrrnt. 

AfTectinic, affek'iiu^. «((/'. <ingrri> 

AffeCtini;:!)-, aflek'l'ngle, ado. I. 

grjierr, erfiuirtrlt. 2. rilhrenb. 

AITectiun, aiiek'thun. f. I. tie 
(<)fniHrl)«bei»jegimg, trr^ltfrfr (j. 93. 3prn JO- 
2. tie (»emuil)«i'frini7iiMa, trr Wrmrirb^jn. 
il.ino, bie ©iiniiiiuiigi Otrniiiuing. 3. bir 
95r.d)n>crte, ^Iffefricn, brr frniifl^iiiie Sml'i'it 
'.rf JlorviT*'. 4. tie ?iebr. (iiunil, 3iiiifi= 
Qinid, Sp^THtdfttis , biij ^<rl)iivr(l(-n (to 



AFF 

u. towards, gegen). 5. bie Sfcigung, Ciift, 
ber ^rtng (^u ©tmnS); ber (Inrfe f)eftige 
9?ci} , jlnrte Iricb. Siiak. ; ber ©ifcr. 6. 
[^Ijijf. u. 9Irit^.] bie ©•igenfcfjnft (cincS Rbv-- 
per«, eiiier 3nl)l ic). 7. f ber Sliiebrurf (in 
0)eni<iIbEii). Shak. 8. bie ©i)nipatl)ie. 9. 
tie3icrerei, aiffef tation , bnS (SJcjicre, Qh-. 
fiinilel, crjiuiingcne Sffiefen, bie Bunilclei. 

To set one's affections on tilings 
above, || nflt^ ten ©litem )ener2CcIttr(i(^ten. 

Affectionate, aflik'shunate. adj- 
1. liebei'ofl, jnr«i(f), tjetiiid). 2. lunrni, eifrig 
(in ber Cicbe ju ®ott ic). Sprat. 3. gemoj 
gen, geneigt, gutig, woljlreoflenb. 4. f (le-- 
neigt()u), eingenoiumen. Bacon. 5 " verliebt. 

Affectionately, afflk'shunAtele. 
adv. i&ttudi, licbcBori; eifrig; geneigt. 

Affectionateuess, aflek'shun- 
itenes, t. 1, bie 3uneigung, Cicbe, S^tlid)' 
teit, (Seroogcnfjeit, ^erjlic^feit. 2. f tie G-in; 
genomnjenl^cit. 

Affectioned, affek'ahund, ac^;. I. 
gcncigt, gciBogen, jugetfjnn. 2. f eingcbilbet, 
flffeftirt, jierig, gejit'iingcn. Shar. 

Affectiously, aftlk'sbusle, adv 
1. ruf)renb, oufeine ru()rente ^rt, mit 9iut) 
rung. 2. uon $crjen, jnrtlid). 

Affective, affek'tfv, adj. nngrci 
fenb, rfiljrenb, fr^nierjlict), fdjmcrjijnft. 

Affectively, affek'tlvle, angreifeut, 
ru^renb, f<^merjli(<>. 

Affector,) Sffekt'ur, «. ber 'iPiad) 

Affecter,^ fiffer (einer Wpbe :c.) 

AffectuouB, affek't.shuus, adj. f 
flnrfriifjrenb, ^inrei^cnb, \><\tl)eti\d), nffeftuoU 
(J. ©. eine 9?ebe). 

AffectuosEty, afrlktshuos'sete, s 
tieSiHrtlicfjfeit; Seibcn|"(i)nfHid)fcit, iTpeftigfeit. 

Affere, } affere', (fr. affercr) v. a. 

Affeer, ] 19{e(^)t«fpr.] beflinimrn, be< 
frflffigen, beftntigcn. Biackstoke. 

Affeemient, aflfere'nient, t. 
[9?e<l)tSiVr.l bie 23e|1ntiflung, 95cilimmuiig, 
(einer PJclbtlrnfe). 

Affeeror, affe'n'r, t. l^cd^tifpt.) 
ber (i)ef(^n)prrne obcr XVnmte, ber gewiffc 
©clbtlrnffn bf|liinnicn niiig. Cov^ct 

Affettuoso, aneituo'ti^, (it. 'm.) 
adv. I^Wirf.) id. Uvea 

Aff-lianfl.<r, (fdjott.) tie .^niite 

Alliance, afli'anve. (nrrui. affiaun 
ce) «. I. bfl« aSerlM'nie. 2. tn« Snrrrtiicii, 
95ertrniirn. 3.' tn6 SBrrrrniifM nuf PJorr. 

Affiance, v. a. l. vcricben, tuTiprc; 
d)e\\. Spesker. 2. (in) muicrrrnucn, i'cr> 
trnucn (Oeiimnb« ^rrue !(.). 
2. Affianced In my failh. Pope. 

Affiancer, afli'aiiM'ir. *. ber 9Sit: 
Irbfiitc, ter, ii'fldjrr rinen 5?ririirl)^fiMitrnft 
niifiV^r, fincn G-l)crfrtrnfl fliftrr. 

Affidare, afl^dA're. ncix.yv.ti. [altd 
9{cd)t| tfii e-it ber Irruc fcl)n>iirfn. 

Affidation, aOeda'slnMi. ) t. brr 

Affldature, ancdA'tsinirc.^ ivfd)= 
frhVitige Cit ter Irene, trr flrgrnrritigr 
aSrrrrng. 

Affidavit, afledAv'i , dnr. ad n. 
fidcs) *. I. I.ilre« 9Crrt)r| tie fitlirt)e G>rfM: 
rung, ^aiffnge, to? ritiif()f 3fiigiii6. 2. 
lOiortfliii.l bir gfrd)rirbfiic nub riblid) br> 
froitiflti- erfloriiiifl. 

-•men, J fOllilldK tOll'rt)f 3f"!]fil. To 



AFF 

make an affidavit, titUd^ ttijarttn. 

Affled, afli'ed, (U. affy) p. p. adj. 
t I'crlobt. [gditten, poliren. CHArctR. 

Affile, affile', (fr. affileri , v. a. f 

Affiliate, affil'leate, (fr. affiller) o. 
a. 1. on Sinbe« <Statt nnneljmcn, nboptircn. 
2. ineinenCrtcn, einefficreflrd)oftniifnd)men. 

Affiliation, afiillea'shun, (I. f.liiis) 

1. bie 3Innn^me on itinte* ©tott, tn& 9liw 
finten. 2. bie 9Iufnnl;me in einen Drben, in 
eine (?5efeflfd)0ft. 

Afflnag-e, affenije, (fir. affinage) 
*. [^OTetofl.] bog SIbtrciben, tie Sfeinigiinfj, 
Souterung (ber gKetoHe). 

Alllned„affi'ned, (lot. affinis) adj. 
uerivontt, uerfdljivflgert. 

Affinity, affin'nete , «. I. tie 
©d)iuogerf(f)nft, 93enuonttfdjoft, SBerfcfjiuA. 
gerung. 2. ± bie 25criunnbt|"d)oft, aiftjnlirfjfeft 
(ter Singe). 3. [(F^cni.] tieSSermonbtrdjoft, 
Mfjinitflt J. 95. - of aggregation , tic 9ln» 
l)oufung5off«nitot; — of composition, tie 
■iBJifcfjunggoffiiiitdt; — of disposition, bie 
5lneignung«rtffinitot; Elective-, tie SDnf)!* 
uermnnttfcfjflft. Hooper. Ure. 

Affirm, afferm', (lot. aflirmare) v. 
a. 1. bejflijen, bejeugcn. 2. Deljonptcn (eine 
■3:f)ntfnd)e). 3. beflntigen (einc2i3otirf)eit ic). 

4. [SRec^t^fpr.] beflntigen (ein llrMjcif). 
Affinn, V. n. (to) (9?ecf)tefpr.) Gt. 

11305 beftotigcn (turdf) Slu^fngc). The witness 
was affirmed to the fact, bcr 3eiige 
nuigte bie Kjotfncfte brtlntigcn. 

Affirmable, alfer'niabl. adj. bi" 
)Of)lic^i (of) be(;nupret obcr beflotigt luerben 
fcnnenb (oon). 

Affirmance, affer'nianKe, t. I. 
[9?ed)tffpr.] bie 93eilnfigung (ciMcfiUrtljril^). 

2. tie (S-rf(oriing. 

Affirmant, afifer'niant, «. 1. ti'Vt 
jenige, roeU^er beljouptrt, oiiAi'ogr, biiliuigct. 
2. [9{e(f)tgtpr.] ein 3eii'1f, ter iiur cine Gi-p* 
fliiriing obgibt, mie tie Giiiifcr. 

Affirmation, affunna'Kl.un , s. I. 
to« 25c()Oiipten. Shak. 2. tie Sichniitirnng 
(bn6 i8cl)ouptete). 3. tic 2:ic)0l)iiiici, Qvfuu 
rung (ter diiifer uor (i3crid)r>. 4. tic "i^** 
flotignng. 

Affirmative, affer'maiiv. nd) I. 
bcjnl)Cnb (ein ©o^ jc. ), bcf^onptcnb. 2. 
[9{c(f)t6ipr.] bcjlfltigenb. 3. I^Biffcnrd).) piv 
litii>. 4. t bogmotii'tf), jiioerliiifig. Taylor. 

5. ab(\>nd)t\xb (». 'spcrfiMien). 
Affirmative, «. bie 93ejof)iing, b*t 

iol;enbe 5lrt, Weinnng. 

To be for the — , feine ©tinniie fiir ciiw 
©od)e flcbcn. To be in the — or in llje 
negative, bofi'ir Dtcr tfliuitcr fein. To an- 
Rvver in the -, mit ^a oiitiuortcii ptcr b«« 
iinrii'prren , mit On ontmi>rten (oiif), g-iiicm 
3o jiir 'JInriuprt gcbcn. 

Afflrmatively,afrcr'aiat!vla.n({r. 
bcjol)cnb, mit 3" ; prfitiu. 

Afflrmer, afflr'mur, «. ter 93eja« 
liciitc, 93cf)ouptenbe. 

Affix, atriks', (tot. a(iigere) v. <i. I. 
onl)cfrcn, onl)ii!igcn, flni'djlogrn; (to) Ijefrea 
on pter out drwos Ijcftcn. 2. f a) (to) iirr« 
biDtrn (9iomen mit 3tern 2(.) b) bcilugtn, 
atihoiigrn. c) oniV^cn. 

Affix, at'flks. I. |(3iromm.] bieAOflc* 
h.ingre ©i)lbe, tn6 'Jlinvum. 



22 Fate, far, fall, fat. M4. met. Fine, fin. NA, m6re, nir, got. 6il. .iSi'id. Ti'ibp. ti'b, fi'il!. lAin, Tllis. 



AFF 

Affflxion, afiiK'shun, s. 1. iaS ^n-. 

^eften. 2. bie gtnljeftung, iai 2Innel)effeffein. 

3. tie 5(nf)nngun3. [aingc^anntc Drake. 
Affixtltrej affiks'tsliuie, t. b<\6 
Afflation, affli^'shun, (lat. aftlare) 

«. bae ain&(nfen, ainljnuf^en, 3lniuef;en, ,3u« 

Afflatus, afflA'tus, *. 1. bai ^n-- 
roetjen (H6 WinHi). 2. i bie ©inflctninn 
(einet Sprnp^ejciljimci jc). Spemser. 

Afflict, afflikt', (iat. affligeie) n. a. 
I. fcefn'i&en, frnnfeii. 2. qiinlcn, tiiarteni, 
peiiiiaen, nngilinen, plageii, feebrnitgcii. 3. 
erbriicfen, eiitfrnftcii. 

To - one's self (at), fid) beirubew , [id) 
ftctuinmern, fid) grmticn (liber, rocfjen). To 
be afflicted with the gout, uom ^ipobflflrn 
tieim(\e\'iid)t mcrben, mit bcm 'ipobanra be-. 
f)nftet fein. To be afflicted at ob. by . .. 
fid) Qtmcii nnf)e gcfjen (affcn. To be af- 
flicted with losses, 55er(iifle ju bebniifrn 
ha6en. To be afflicted by the rheuina- 
tiKiii. am ®liebcrjlii(Te (eibcn. 

Afflictedness, afflik'tldnes, s. 
I. bit S5etrii&ni(5, ber itummer, ®ram. 2. 
btx ririicf, bie 'ipfage. 

Afflicter, afflik'tur, *. 1. bcr, mU 
d)i'r t'stn'ibt, fniiift. 2. bcr Qiinlcr. [bmb. 

AfflictingT) afflik'ting, adj. bttvi'l: 

Affliction, afflik'shiin, a 1. bie 
53etrii&ni6, Sefiimnicriiig, Trufefnl, bn^Oei; 
ben. 2. bai llniili'irt, "TOi^aefdjirf, bie iJ3i; 
bmunrtiofeit, 'Jlott). 

Afflictive, afflik'tlv, adj. betvii: 
bcnb, qiirtlenb, fninfenb, frfjinerjlid). 

Afflictively, afdik'tivle, adv. 
id)n\cr\i'\d). 

Affluence, afflulnse,) (Int. af- 

Affluency, af'fliiense,5 flueie) s- 

1. bnS ,3iifn!«iiieiiff'''r'eii ((dten im eiiieiitl. 
©inne). 2. i ber SufTiir?, .Surnnnm-iitliir;, 
^liibraiifl, ba& ,3iifanimen|lroiiieii (I'oii 0)feii: 
ff^eii ic). 3. ber UeDerfliip, (jroge dieid)-. 
tl)imi, SBiiflauf. 

Affluent, af'nueiit, adj. 1. juflie! 
0enb. 2. i iiberjTiifilfl, rcirf)(irf). Prior. 3. 
tcid), becii'itcrt [ber tlcberjlug , 9?etcf)tf)iini. 

Affluentnes!! , aftluentnes, «. 

Afflux, aPflnks, ) a. 1. b([i 

Affluxion, afni'ik'shun,^ Stlfnill: 
menflieHeii , 3iir'Hii""'ii|^riJ'"enj (*») t>n* 
(gtriMiien (nnd) . . f)in). 2. ber Sufammeii; 
flnfh 3iiffii6, 3ii(niif (bnS, ma^ jii|Tr5mr). 

AH'orag-e, affoiulje, (fr. afforago 
*. bAi lliuiiclb. [bie 5e|1e, jjeitiing. Cvc. 

Afl'urceinent, aff/nsc'iiient, a. f 

Afl'ortl, afford', (fr. atTorer, Int. ap- 
por(are) v. a. I. flcOeil, liffcril, rrilflfll, l)Cr! 
riir&riii(icii (5riicf)te, Wetreibe k.) «\ud) i). 

2. (icii'iiljrcii, i)crrd)iiffi'ii driiil !c.). 3. i)er<\e-. 
bfii, rril)i"ili'n, Ijlniictu-ii, btirrrid)eii, tibcrlaiTcii, 
tAiividiiifii , nil bie .vnitb citbtn. 4. (ipnubell 
fli'bfii, nt>lnf|fii , I'erfniiiVii (fine 'JBnnre). .5. 
beiTrciffii (bie .tloilrii fiir CTiunS), errd)iuiii: 
(jen, niifi'rtnni'ii. 6. <io)iin3roiibfiViii, (ciiu' 
(Smiiiiie nii^iiiaebfii , c>I)ue iViiiein Seriiii'iieii 
)il i'd)nbfii to. 

He is the greatest man our age af. 
fords, er ill ber nroilre -Wnmi, ben iiiiiVr 
3a()rl)Uiibert ()ert>i>rnel'rnd)t tyit. The mer 
chant can - to trade for smaller profits, ber 
Aaufiiiatiii faun uiii eiiiru fleiiicrti '^runt 



AFF 

i^nnbcl treiben. Your friend can — a sum 
yearly in charity, 5')'^ ijr^»"& f<^"" '''"^ 
3iil)rc n)D()l eiiie (Suitime fi'ir iut>()ltf)atige 
3iuerfe nufiueiibett. I could almost - to etc., 
t id) i)nttt fd)ier ?u|l jc. 

Afforeiit, affor'rlst, (f. ad u. forest) 
I', a, cjelber) in einen SDalb tiinipnnbeln, jii 
einem ^orili innd)cn, einforften. 

Aff'orestation, atforrestti'shun, 

a. bie lliniuiuibliing in etnen 2Dn(b, (Finfor; 
flnng. Blackstone. 

Affranr lti.se, iSffran'tshii, (fr. af- 
franchir) v. a. frci gcben, frei Inffcn, befreieii. 

An*rancliiseinent, aifran'tshiz- 
ineiit, a. bie ^Jreilnfi'ung, bai ©efreien, bie 
So^lnfTnnn. 

AiTrap, affrap', (fr. frapper) v. a. * 
fc^(n<ien, jii ^ijoben fd)lngen. Spenser. 

AH'ray, affia', (a ^rnf. n. fray) 
i>. a. I. fd)rcrfcn, erfd^recfen, (i'inem Sdjre; 
den eininqen. 2. &cbenflid> tnadjcn. » 

Affray, ) #. i. 

Affray niont, afrra'ment,^[9{ed)t3= 
fpr.] bie ®d)(n(ierei. Bt.ACKSTONE. 2. ber 
Streit, bie ©d)lnacrei. 3. bet I'nrin, 2Iuf: 
flnnb, ainftnuf. Sfenser. 

Casual -, [9{ec^t«fpr.] ber jufnllioe Ivbt-. 
idjUi<\ bei bcrSfl6flucrt^eibigiin(]. 

Affreijciit, affrate', v. a. frndjten 
(ein <S>d)i^), befrndjten, inietfjen. 

Aifreijfiiter, affra'tur, «. ber 33e.- 
frnd)tcr, grnc^tiT, ^B?ietf)er. 

Afl'reitfiltinent, affrate'mlnt, a. 
bie 35i'frnd)tiino, Ji^ndjtnng. 

Affret, affret', (it. affrettare) a. + 
ber iuiit()en5e, Ijcftige 3Infnff. Spenser. 

Affriction, affrik'shun, «. -f b<\6 
iUneiunnbers^ieiben, bie ^Jeibung. Boyie. 

Affriended, affrln'ded, (a «prnf. 
n. fiieiid) adj. =» uerr6f)nt. Spenser. 

Affrilfltt, affiite', (rtngelf. frihtau) 
p. a. crfdjrecfen, in Sd)recfen (etftn. 

To be affrighted (at) crfdjrecfcn (uor), 
ftc^ entfe^en (uor). Affright with, er; 
fd)vedenb wt . . 

Aff rig-lit, a. I. ber (S>d)reden, ba6 
Q:nt\ti)m, ber ®rnu«. 2. ber fdjrerflidje Oie; 
gcnflnnb, \d)redlid)e 9ln6licf, bai ©djrcrfbilb. 

Affrig-iltedly, affrl'tedle, adv. in 
obcr I'or <Sd)reden. [det. 

AJf riifiiter, afTri't'ir, *. ber Qd)vt-- 

ASfrig-iitfui, affriie'ful, adj. fdjrerf: 
tid), rd)rcrfl)nft. 

Affrig^ittinent, aflrrite'mlnt, a. t 
I. bcr Sd)rerfen, bai ©ntfcljen. 2. bie G-r-- 
fd)ro(fiiil)cit. WEBSTEn 

Affront, affrtint', (fr. alfrouler) v. 
a. 1. * (*i ncn nntrcffcn, G-inem beflcgnen, fli>5 
(5en (niif), ireffcn (eine ^^erioii). Hayward. 
Mti.TON. SiiAK. 2. ()erd)iinpfcn, tniirljmidiii 
beleibificii. 3. niigreirVn, @iiteni Iro^ biercii, 
bie Sririic birtcn. 4. bofc mnd)en. 

Affront, «. I. *bcr91nflritficiiieriJ5er; 
u>ii). i. bie (iri'be QJcIcibignnc], 3}erd)iinpfimii, 
bcr 3d)iiiipf. .3. t bie Sdjanbe. Ariuitu.'vot. 
4. ber i.ro$, bui Wiili'frgtiiinen. [rfen. 

To put up an -, eiiie S8c(eibi(]iinn eiiiile; 

Aff'rontee, aiTruniee', udj. (5?crlb.) 
init bftn (iicf(d)fe fletjen einnubrt flcfcljrt. 

Afl'ronter, aifrun'ti'tr, «. I. ber 
Slii^fcvbrrrr, 55clfibi(]ct. 2. uer IrP^bietenbr. 

AOruntinif-, alTrun't'iig, udj. bo 



AFT 

(etbigenb, nnjitglit^, fd>ina^cnb, fc^nBbe. 

Affrontive, affnm'tlv, a<(/. i.belett 
bigenb, 6efd)iinpfenb. 2. fdjimpflid). 3. tro(jig. 

AffrontiveneSS, aflrun'tivne.-,, 
a. bai 33eleibigenbe, (Sd)itnpfIid)C, ®d)mii()lid)e. 

Aff ulsion , afful'shun , a. bet 
^Mnrd)rin. [a. nufgiefjen, fjinjugiegen. 

Aff use, affilze', (Int. affundere) p. 

Affusion, atfd'zhun, a. bit Slufgies 
0ung, ber SJufgiig. 

Affy, affl', (fr. affier) t>. a. f I. per* 
loben, trnuen. 2. uerbinben, Dereinigen. 

Affy, V. n. (in ober upon) fein 93er» 
trnuen fc()cn (nuf). 

Afield, afeeld', (a ?Prnf. U. field) 
ade. 1. nuf bein Jelbe ober Zanbe. 2. nuf 
bne %t{b ober Snnb. Milton. 

Aflre, afire', (a ?J5rnf. u. fire) adv. 
in 5eucr, in SSrnnb. Goweb. 

Aflat, aflat', (a $rnf. U. flat) ado. 
^ad), pinrt, bem SSoben glcicf). Bacoh. 

Afloat, aflote', (a qSrnf. U. float) 

adv. Ob. ad;. 1. flott, fd)miinmenb. 2. ± a) 

ocrbrcitet (ein ®txi\i)t); b) frifd), rii|tig; c) 

in gutein 3uftnnbe. 

2. c) Our affairs are all — . Webster. 

To set a ship -, ein ©d>'ff ffPtt inni^eii, 
in bn(S ^SSnffer (nffen. 

Afoot, alut', (a'jprnf. u.foot) adv. I. 

jii gui). 2. 1 a) itn @nnge; b) in SSciucgung. 

2. a) A design is - or on foot. Webster. 

Afore, afore', (a ?J5rnf. U. fore) 
praep. 1. uor (betn Drfe u. ber 3eit nnd» 
2. l-»?nr.] (nnc^ betn 2Jorbcrt()ei(e bes <Sd)\\t 
feiS ju) uor. 3 + (ale eonj. fiir before) eljc. 

Afore, (fl^Otf.) before. 

Afore, adv. 1. juuor, worker. 2. uornn 
(geljcn tc). 3. uoriunrtfi, uom. 4. teller, leid)« 
ter, liebcr. 5. - luirb oft init aUorfern 
ocrbiinben, j. S8. afore said, obbetniit, 
oorcripnljnt; afore-named, obgennnnr, 
oorljcrgcnnnnt; afore- men tioue d, c>b> 
g?bn(^t JC. 6. (jioifdjen einetn (SJegenflnnbe 
unb einetn nnbern) bnuor (flcljen lo. 

Afore-going, adj. 1. uorf)erge()ene. 2. 
uoriitnlig. 

Afore -Iiand, afore'hand, adv. I. 
iiM ajtirnnd, jutn a5ornu«, oornu6, oor()ir. 
i. ad), a) 0—, Ob. a f orelian ded, be- 
forehanded, forehanded, n)l>^ll)a< 
benb, oerinijgfid). b) im 95ornii« ucrfcfjen. 

To be - with any one, (finem jUVOr< 
fommen; Q'lntxw ilberlegen f'-in. - in the 
world, gefcgnet, gli'irflirf), rcid). To be - 
in business, ein gutc5 (5)efd)nft (jnben, gut 
llcl)en. I bem, ff)cmn(^, cljebcin. 

Aforetime, afore'iime, adv. oor> 

Ar<»iil, afoiil'.arf/. iiidjtfrei, I'crivitfflr. 

Afraid, afrade', (a ^JJrnf. II. fr.iy) 
p. p. ndj. fiirc^tfnm, bcforgt, bnnge. 

To be - of, fid) fiird)teii , fi(ft fd)eiien 
(oor). To make any one -, Gincn crrd>rc« 
tfcn, in Sdjrerfen iV^en. [nbcrntnl, n>iebcr. 

Afresli, afresh', adv. uoit '•Jfeitem. 

Africa, af'freka, #. ((iJeogr.) -Jlfrifn. 

Afric, af'frik, ^ adj. 1. nfrii 

African, ilffrokau, \ rnnifcft. 2. a. 
ber Qlfnfnncr. 3. I^ot.] bie ©nmmti'liime. 

Afrttnt, afriint', (a ^JJrnf. U. front) 
adv. 1. gegeniiber, grrnbe enrgrgen, im (i3i'» 
rid)t, tn^ (!ii)tnd)X. 2. mm I't^rii. 

Aft) aft ,^ (niigrlf. aeft u. eft) adu. i . 



FAv, lar, JAII, fat. Mh, met. Fine, ffn. IV6, m6ve, n6r, g&t. 6fl, cl6Ad. Tttbe, tfih, fclll. i7,in, THh. 23 



iQXar.] ^inten <im Dbrr im Sc^ijfe. 

Fore aad -, I'Orn un6 f)inteil. The wind 
U right -, baf ^Bii^iff {tQtlt vur btm SDinbe. 

After, af'tilr, (nn<je(f. aefter; 1)011. 
agier) ai(/. 1. [iKar.] Ijiiitere. 2. ipatrr, 
banauf fclgenb (ucn ber 3tit; oft >"" 
tinein j^auptwortc ottbunttn, ). ^. after- 
noon;. 
2. An after period of life. Marshall. 

After, praep. L (Me 3ii<t)tuna einn 

fdtatQunq) md), l)intet. 2. nad> (uon 6fr 

3eit). 3. narf> (aeimie, ju Solflt). 4 u nn* 

(bem Saufe u. ©iiipufle flenuie). 

2. Consider a thing - It* intriniie value. 

Bacon. 

4. To walli after the flesh, to live - the 

flesh. Bible. 

One - another, naif tinanttt; - what 
mannei 7 fliif mtld)t 9lrt? Day - day, einen 
Xag ncid) betn onbern , oi>n tinein Za^ jutii 
antern; - that, nnd)l)er, f)ier<mf; to go in 
search -, to look -, Qincn, Qtma6 auf- 
fu(i)ei\ to be - one, 1. untft Ginem flcl)en, 
Cinem mdfHti\en. 2. ginein fllci^, nljnlicf) 
ftfjen; to inquire -, ftdflen naU) Qtmc[6; to 
go -, folflen. 

After, eonj. nadfttm. [bnrnuf. 

After, adv. I. t^inter (jer. Z. nac^fyer, 

Some while -, etnioe 3eit barauf. 

After, «• ? bie folgenbe 3eit 

After-acceptation, 1. bie nadffjtt 
Mflenotnmene Sebeutuiifl. 2. [^nnbel] bie 
f^&tat <Ucccptntion. After-account, 
Me 9?ad)re(f)iiuna. Killiwobeck. After- 
act, bie bnrnuf folflenbe .^nnblunfl, Ifjat. 
After-ages, *. pi. bie %i(t)iuett (uuc^ 
ting.) AuDUow. After- all, adv. tnt- 
(i(J), niu Gll^t. Pope. After-band, 
ta6 funftifle^nnb. Miltoh. After-birth, 
After-burden, bie >7?.l4o«burt. Wise 
MAX. After-capstern, [-War.] bn« 
^iiitere pb. Heine ©flngiViff. After-clap, 
t mai et|1 hintenbrein fpinmt, bai ^Iiicfjipiei, 
bet aiicrilrid), ia6 $inten^rei^. Hubbard. 
After comer, bet iWil(<)fp(fler. After- 
comfort, bet jufiinftifle Xrcft. Ben 
JonsoH. After-conduct, bA5 f|>iUere 
©enefjtnen. After- conviction, bie 
fVatere, filnftifle lle6(rjeu(jun(j. After- 
cost, I. bie iWac^rcjTcn. 2. l bie Wn^iue: 
f^n. Mortimer. Aft er - course, bcr 
fp^tcre Wang. After-crop, bie ^flnd)' 
crnte. Mortimer. After- days, ». pi- 
bie 3llfunft. CowciREvE. Afler-dlnner 
bie iJ?.id)mittng«(lunbt; an after-din- 
ner's sleep, bie 7?ad)niittn(ifriif)e After- 
eatage, [Derrt.] bcr ^actteTtViid, tin Iljeil 
be« Grtrnfl* i«pn bemfelbm 3nf)re. After 
endeavor, bie 9?.i(^6emiil)iiMg. Locke. 
After-enquiry, bie jiupiifc ^a(i)fta(\e ; 
bie iincfjfolflrnbe llnreruirfjiMig. Blackstojce. 
After- eye, v. a. f G'tiicn nidft nu« ben 
Mugen I'crlirren , im fflefiitf« bc^iiircn. A f- 
ter-game, I. ein Spiel bnrMad;, neuer 
Betfurf) dim bn« aJerlorcne luiebtr ju ge 
winnen). 2. l baS ^or^mirrel, Jpfilffmittel; 
To play an -, tt ned) ein Wnl ivngrn, luieber 
onfe^en. After-grass, f. After- math. 
After-guard, ('^J?nr.]brr nnfbem$inter« 
t^gUt be« Sc^iffee birnilr|}uenbe '>}!]7arrt>i'e. 



AGA 

After-hope, bit JVatere, funftige ^off: 
nung. After-hours, s. pi. Die ndd): 
folgenben Stunben, bie §p(ge. Shak. After- 
ignorance, bie fpdtere Uni«i(Ten()cit. Af- 
ter-king, ber folgenbe ^6nig. After- 
life, 1. bfl6 ubrige Seben. 2. t<[6 fiinftige 
Seben. DavDEir. Butler. After-liver, 
bet ^3Jnci)fomine, Qnttl. Sidney. After- 
love, bie jroeile ob. ipiUere Siebe. Shak.. 
After - malice , bet ©mfl. After- 
math, bn6 iJiac^griiS, Orummet. Holland. 
After- moat, adj. I. [Siat.] imi(id)|l bei 
ober an bem <Sd;iffd : 4)interti)cile berinblic^. 
2. (ber, bie, tai) t)intK\1e. After-noon. 
1. ber 9?a4mittflg; After -noon's lun 
cheon Db. After- nooning, la$ SSefper: 
brob. 2. i ber 3lbcnb (be« 2ebcn«); In the 
- of his best days, am SlbenC feiner \<i)btt-- 
lien Ceben6tnge. After pains, «. pi. bie 
>]?a(t>nje^en (eincr®ebareriiinj. A f t e r - p a n, 
1. ber nnctfolgenbe lljeil. 2. [>yfiat.] ber f)iii= 
ttte lljeil t)ti Scf>iff*. Mar. Dict. After- 
piece, b.i« i)inc^|lu<f (eine« I)ramnd). 
Cumberland. After- proceedings,* pi- 
\ditd)t6\vt.\ bafi nnd)l)crige JBerfaljren. Al- 
ter- pro of, I. bfriJind)beii)ei5. 2. bie nnd>= 
folgenbe ©rfrtljrung, bie burc^ fpiuere Grfiii); 
rung entbetften ©igenf^nftcn. Wotton 
After-reckoning, I. iai yindfbtttd)- 
nen , bie Tlnct^unterfuc^ung. 2. bie nad^fol' 
genbe SUet^nung, iJinct^iet^e. After-repen- 
tance, bie 9?ac^reue. South. After- re- 
port, bie fpntere DTiK^jri^)!. After-sails, 
«. pi. ['iWrtr ] bie ijjinterKgel. After- 
state, bet fiinftige 3u/lnnb. After- 
sting, ber fpdtere Slid) ob. Sig. After- 
storm, bcr S'liic^iliitm. After-supper, 
bie 3"t Jivifc^en beni gibenbeffen unb bcm 
®(l>Mfengfl)cn. Shak. After- swarms, s. 
pl. bie 9?ncl)rd)ii>.irme (bcr SSienen). Af 
ter- taste, bet ^Jnttjgefdjmncf. After- 
thoughts, «. p^ 1. bie 3ia(^gcbnnfen. 2. 
bie jM fpntr Cinfi^t ob. Ucbcrlcgung. Dry- 
DEii. After-times, «. pl. 1. bie fiinfti: 
gen 3eiten, bie Jolgejeit. 2. bie iKadjmelt, 
Uryden. After-tossing, bni 9iild): 
bmufen, bie Seiucgung be« ^ieerei niid) 
einem Sturme. Addison. After- wise, 
adj. nnc^fjrr ob. ju fpnt meife. After- wit, 
bie iu fpdt foiiimeiibe filugljeit, ©infic^t ob. 
lUberleguiig. L'Estrange. 

Prov. An — is every body's wit, l)in; 
tenbrein t|l ^eber Hug; - comes too late, 
bai fommt ju fpdt. 

Af ter- wrath, ber PJroff. Shak. Af- 
ter-writer, ber bntfliif folgenbe ©djrift; 
jleder. Shuckford 

After^vard, afturwSrd, (rtiit^ a f- 
ter wards) ado. taxnad), nnd)i)ev , in bcr 
5o(ge, nad)m.il«. ll)inter|l. 

Aftinofft, aft'mist, adj. [-VHar.] 

Aftinoat, «. I. [OJtar.J ber ^aum 
jroifdjen ber i^iitre u. ber I)interften 9tuber: 
brtnf. 2. ber untere SSJinfel an einem brei; 
ecfigcn ©egcl. 

Ag»f i'ga, fpcrf. ak n. aka, ^frr) «. 
ber Sign (turfifdjer 5»efe()(«^nbcr). 

Ag'ain, ageii', (angelf. gean, agen, 
agean, ongean) adv. 1. ivjitber, juriirf. 2. 
roieber, roiebernm, nod)mrtl6, nbermnW, nodf 
tin 9J?iil. 3. iibcrbic^, ferner. 4. bngegen, 
(jiiigcflcn. 5. ebcnfo, ebenfaU^. 6. unb bonn. 



AGE 

To come again, wieberfonimen ; - and- 

1. ein ^n( uber bn6 nnbcre, niefjrmntt. a 
Ijin unb f)er; To and -, i)in unb mieber, 
To read over -, nod) einmni lei'cn ; As 
much -, nod) einmal fo oiel; A house mor« 
than once as large again as etc., cm 
^au6 meljr ali no£^) einmni fo brcit ali k.; 
Again, 1 will be to him a father, uber> 
bicg luerbe ic^ iljm ein 9SiUer fein. 

Ag-ainst, agenst', (angelf. togennet) 
praep. 1. iviber, gegen (58ciufgung). 2. f 
loiber, gegcn (©ine« aBillen, ben Staat, bit 
ajernunft 2c.>. 3. gegcniiber, an. 4. i»gegeii, 
bei, an, bis. 

- the stream , gegcn ben ©from. I am 
not - it, id) bin nid)t bagcgen. Over -, ge« 
genubcr. - the wall , an bcr Want. - tlie 
endof the week, gegcn bn« ©nbe bor ^JBo^^c. 

- the grain, 1. gegcn ben ©tric^ bcr ipnare. 

2. 1 roibcr ^itlen, niit »ICiberiuiffen. 
Agralaxy, ag'alakse, (a priv, unb 

gala , gala», gr. ^ildf) «. [Sffiiffenfc^.j bet 
'»Mngcl an TOlc^. 

A^alloch, ag'allok, ) 

Agrallocliuin, agal'Iokum,^ *' 
(9?oi.] Mi Qlblcrljolj , ailocljola, (Eolambac. 
Ijolj, <J5arabic«l)ol}. 

Ag-alanatolite, agalmat'oijie, (gr. 
Kgaliiiau. liihos)*. [*)Kinernl3.J bcr iyi(b|lfiii. 

Agrupe, > ag'api, ,. pl. liiird),!.) 

Ag-apy, \ iai 2icbc5maf)( bcr erpcn 
(E()riflen nad) bcr itomnmnion. 

Ag-ape, agape', (a ?|3rdf. u. gape> 
adv. gaffcnb, mit offenem 9Jiunbe. Mii.to.i. 

To stand -, gaffcn, bn« ^:))?nul aMf. 
fpcrrcn. 

Agaric, ag'ank, (Int. agaricun) ». 
[SSot.J ber 2cr(f)cn''ct)iuamm, geuerfiljiuamm. 

- mineral, [••33?incralg.] ba6 Steintnarf. 
Ag-ast, agast', (a ^iJJr.U. U. gate) aucl> 

Aghast, adj. beflilrjt, erfc^jrorfcn. Milton. 

Agnate, agate', (a^rdf. u. gate) adv. 
t rtuf ben 2Dcfl. Goweb. 

Agate , agat , (gr. gagatea) *. 
['TOinernlg.I ber SIc^mU, aiftflt. 

- arborescent, bcr ^aumac^nt. Ekcyc. 

Ag-ate, «. (ein QiJerficug bcr 6Jolb« 
bral)t}ic()cr) bcr ^olirilcin. 

Agatine, ag'ailn, adj. pm 9Icf)nt 
gcf)&rig. - *■ [^md).] bie 2lflntbirn, ba<J 
banbilreifigc 9Ignt()orn. 

Ag-atixed, ag'athd, acy. ['Wincrnlg.] 
in 91cl)at ocrwanbcit, bie ©trtifcn tti '^d^nxi 
befUjcnb. [wAHu. 

Ag-aty, ag'ati, adj. actjntiirfig. Wood- 

Agrave, agive', (gr.agavos) 1. [^ot.] 
bie amcrifanifc^e 9Koe. 2. [Sonc()iDl.l cine 
3lrt 0. ■Wufcfjcln. Encvc. 

Ag-aze, ag4ze', (a ^rnf. u. gaze) v. 
a. beiliirjcn, crfdjrecfcn, in G-rfTaunen fei^cn. 

Ag'e, aje, (fr. age; arm. cage; tilt. 
Betas) *. 1. bai filter ibei Ccbcne;, 2. bai 
(Srcifcnalter. 3. bai TOcnfcfjcnaltcr. 4. bai 
3af)rl)unbert. 5. ba« Seitnltcr, bie 3cit. & 
bie 'J)hinbigfcit. 

What age is your son? wie alt ifl Z\)t 
©Df)n? Constant -, ba6 gcfeljte, mdnnlit^e 
9lltcr. The golden -, bie golbenc S^it; ba& 
glii(fli(^>e ( Jtinbe«>) 2lirer. Full -, bie SBoIIj 
jdf)rigfeit, 'TOuiibigfctt. Under-age, non- 
age, bie Unmiinbigfeit. In this -, l)cut ju 
Xage. To be of-, miinbig ffin To eo .(« 



24 Fafe. far. f'.H. faf, yU mef. Finp. fm. N6. mot e. n6r. got. 6il. < I6iid. Ti'ihe inb. full. (/Wn. THis. 



AGE 

tn age. tllflllMil IV'frfceil. To be under—, llll; 
uiiiiiMfl, inint)eriiil)ri{i fcin. 

Jlg-ed, a'jed. adj. 1. nit, ticin()rt 2. 
(eiii fleivifTcd 9l(ter (la6cn^) iKr; j. 93. A man 

- forty years, eiii ivierjininljriflt'r "Staiin. X 

- 3. pi. tie nitcii eciite. [£futc. 
Jkg-edly, a'jedle. ode. nnc^ 9Irr niter 
Ag-ee, \ (|'d)Ott.) (= awry, off the 
j%je<*, > right line; wrong) |"cf)ief, 

Ag-U*y, ) I'crfehrt. 

Ag-en, t f- Again. 

Agency, a'jense, ((nt. agere) ». 1. 
bn« IBirfcn, ipniiDfIn , Kjiin ; t>ie ^irtuiifl. 
2. bic23ermittrruiig, 6crl)ini|1. 3. t»ie%ent» 
l"d)ntt, 9l(iciitentTe((e. 

Agenda., ajen'da, s. 1. t(\& Dcilf: 
biirt), die ©cf)reibtnfel. 2. [llird)fl.] bie ^tr; 
d)i'iinncnbe. Encyc. 

Ag-ent, a'jent, adj. + J)nnbelnt), i«tr: 
fcub. Bacos. 

Agent, *. 1. ber i>nnbcriibe, '2Bir: 
ffiibf. 1. bntS luirfcnbe 5a3cfcii. 3. bnS luir: 
fnibe <BfitteI, bie Srnft, luirfenbe ilmft, 
ta-i 5lncii^. 3.ber ®crd)nfti5trnfler, Slgent (in 
brr DipliMiintie). 4. ber ^otumiiTionar, it- 
llerite «D?nfIcr. 

- of a regiment, ber SoljI'iiE'ftfr fine* 
9{f<litiicnt5. - victualler, [9)far.l ber ^ro; 
cinntnteiiler. [9lnfntrd)nfr, giflcntiir. 

Agentsliip, a'jentship, s. f t)ie 

Ag-er, a'ji'ir, 4, I'Oliin.] bn« ffinfTcr. 

Ag'gelation, adjcla'shrin. a. gelJ) 
». t &f^ ©efrii-ren, 3urniiiiiicnfricren. 

Agg°eneration , adjennura'shun, 
tl. genus)*. ttn^Surniiimemviidjrcn, bie^Jit; 
tifliiiinn. flfiiniie 93cr6inbunn jiueier Jtiirper. 

Ag-ger, ad'ji'ir, (Int. 2C.) *. t &« 
ffiinti, bie 3,iefci1itiung. He*rne. 

Ag-g-erate, ad'jurite, (Int. agge- 
rere) u. a. fiiifljniifen. 

Ag°geration, adjuri'shun, «. bie 
9lnhniifunn, 9Iiif()(iiifimfl. 

Agg-erose, adjurose', adj. no((«r 
^iniifcn, I'ide 5;>iitifen entl^nltrnb. 

Ag'g'loilierate , agglom'mi'irate. 
(Int. adglomeiare) v. a. T u. 1 nilfivicfi'ln, 
jiifntiitiienbnfd'ii , fiiniiclu, fiiniieln. Yoi'nb. 

Agglomerate, r.n. rirt)fiij]eln,fid) 
firimpeni , iiirninnieiilniifen, nrriiiiicii. 

Agglomeration, agglommura'- 
uliuii. *. I. t<ii' ^liifiinrffln, ivnniicdi. 2. tiai 
3iifiiiiinieiiliiiiffii (luni Sttrpern). 3. ber ipau' 
fi'n (iH^ii 5?aiirrrn :c.). H'OTcb.] tinbenb. 

Aggliitinant, agglu'icnant. adj. 

Aggiiitinant, *. l>))icb.] ba<5 jnlje 
UMiibiiMiK-mirtcl, 53iiibeiiiittcl. Coxe. 

Agglutinate, ag^li\'tcnite. (Int. 
a<;:gliitin;irc,) w. a. I. jiirnDiiiieitlritiieii. 2. 
[-Wfb.l nnljcilcM, jiiiaimiieiil)cilcii. 3. l uer; 
flniflen. 

Agg-llltination, .nggli'ilenA'shi'in. 
$. I. bie Siirntiiiuriilriimmg. 2. l-Wcb.l bie 
9liiheiluii(i , 5.Mnbiiiia. 3. t bie 91iiri(iiiiiH(i 
(jiurirr .fti^rprr). 

Agglutinative, agghi'tcnativ. 
adj. |0)ieb.] niil)ei!pnb, prrbiiibenb. 

Aggrace, aggrise', (inr. gratia) D. 
a. ■}■ briiiiiiiTineii. .Spexser. Wisemaji. 

Agg-race, «. t tie Cefliniiliniiiid, 
P3iiml. ^ .Spexser. 

Ag-grandization, aggrandezil'- 
•i>un. *. t bit 9rrgrl£»0eniii(i, b<i« S5er(jri>6mi. 



AGI 

Ag-g-randize , ag'grandi/.e, (fr. 
agraiidir) o. a. 1. ucnjrtigem 2. f erl}Ol)en, 

— V. n. fid) vergrSilern. [cr()ebeii. 
Ag-g-randizement, aggran'dL 

ment. *. 1. bie a3ergri3pcnmg, ©nueiterung. 
2. bie (S-rfjebung. 

Agrgrandizer, ag'grandjzeur. $ 
1. bi-r 2?irgri3gerer, ©riueiterer. 2. l berje; 
iiigc, i«elrt)cr erfiD^t, erf)ebt. 

Ag-g:rate, aggrate', (it.) p. a. t (5-i: 
nen liebforcii, i.l)m fd)5n tfjim. Spenser. 

Agg-ravate, ag'gravAte, (I. aggra- 
vare>«. a. 1. 1 |"d)iuercr tnnc^en, errtfjiuerni. 2. 
ueritiirfcn, uermeljren, iiergr&gern (eiii SBcr: 
l'red)eii ic). 3. nrger ober rd)Iinimcr mndjeii, 
ucrrd)liiimicrn. 4. u6ertrei&en (in ber ^t-. 
l"d)reit'una), 
4. Actions and motives maliciously ag- 
gravated. Washingtom's Life. 

Ag^g'ravation, aggrav&'shun, s. 
1. 1 tai Crfd^ueren , bie C'ri't^nieriiiig. 2. 
bie 25errd)Iiniineriing. 3. bie SSertTnrfung, 
SiTgrL^C'cning. 4. bie llebertreiOiing (in ber 
23efrf)rcibung). 5. bn« Ungcljeure (cinei' 25cr; 
bred)cn5 jo. [ Paley. Audisow. 

4. An — of features in a caricatiire. 

Agg-reg-ate, ag'gtegate. (Int. ag- 
gregare) v. a. 1. fjniifen , rtiiljniifen, }ii ei: 
ncr ^fiiffe uereiiiigen. 2. in eine (5)ereri|'d)uft 
niifnc^iiien, nggregiren. 

Agg-reg-ate, adj. [Cf)em.] gefjnuft, 
niigeljauft. 2. [SBot.] nngef)nuft. 3. [D?frf)t5= 
fpr.] nggregirt. —corporation, eine ^&rpcr; 
fd)aft, beren ©jriflenj bnrtf) bni5 23citreten 
neiier "vOiitglieber gerid)ert i)!. Bt.ACKsToiiE. 

Ag-g-reg-ate , *. l. ber ^niifcn. 2. 
[Cfljeiu.] berOnbegriff (incl;rcrer Dinge), iai 
aiggregnt, OiJeljniife, 9lMgel;nufe. 

Aggreg-ately , ag'gregatele, adv. 
jiifntninen. 

Agg-reg-ation, aggrega'shun , s. 

1. bie ^I'infnng, SBereinigimg, ©nmnilung. 

2. \>tt ipniifen, bie TOcnge. 3. bie 9IiifnnI)nic 
(in eine (^)erenfd)nft). 4. [^(;or.) bie 9tnt;nu= 
fling, bn6 (SJeljnnfe. 5. [(£[)t\n.] bie gleid)nr! 
tigc ^))JnfTe. [geraintut. 

Ag-gregative, ag'grcgativ. udj 

Aggreg-ator, ag'gregiiur, ». ber 
(Jnnimler. 

Aggress, aggress', ([. aggredi) v. a. 
nnfaden, nngrcifrn; init &ineiu nnbinbrii. 

Aggress, *. ber 3lngriff, ?lnfnU. 

Aggression, aggresli'iln, «. ber 
5lnfii(l, 9lngriff. 

Aggressive, aggres'siv, adj. nil. 
nreifeiib, ten erilen Slngriff innd)cnb. 

Aggressor, aggres'sur, t. ber nit: 
greifciibe il)eil. 

Aggrievance, aggrc'vanse, .». 1. 
bie 9jcrd)ivi'rbe. 2. ber SJJerbrufj, bie Unbilbf, 
ber ivnninier, bie 'Tfotf), .tninfung, ^JJlniir. 

Aggrieve, aggrcve', (a ^rnf. iiio 
grieve) i'. a. I. fmiiiiicm , frniifeii. 2. l>e. 
fdjivrven. plngeii, beciiitrndjrigfii. 

- p. H. t trniifrn, n)el)fln((rii. 
Aggroiip,^ aggroop', (fp. agrnpar) 
Aggro(»p,^ V. a. [(hibcnbe itunilrj 

jnfniimiriii'loflen, gnippiren. 

Aghast, agast', adj. bcilitrit, pon 
(5)rniirn iTtroffen, grnuerlid). 

Ag^ile, aj'il, (lat. agilis) adj. 6rf)enbe, 
i^urttt}, fiinf. 



AGN 

Ag-ileness, aj'ilnls,^ ». bie 33ef)fn. 

Agility, ajil'cte, ^bigfcit, f>urtig. 
feit, Seirf)tigfeit. [*. [SSot.] t<\6 3ll0fl)cta. 

Agilloclium, ajil'Ioltum, (I. 'a3..( 

Ag-io, a'jei, (it. 2D.) s. [.Cpnnbel] in& 
aiufgelb , 9lgiD. 

Agist, ajist', (fr. ge'sir, norm, agiser) 
V. a. einfcljmen ober in bie 'WniT nel)iiien, 
lueibcn InfTen (frenibes 23if^, iinpri'lnglid) in 
ben fonigl. ?[Cnlbungen). Cowej.. Biackstois. 

Ag-istinent, ajist'mlnt, *. i. bie 
(^infeljmung. 2. t»n6 'Wnffgclb, 'Jriftgclb. 
3. i bie ©teller, Inre, 2a\t. Cowef.. 

Ag-istor, ajist'ur, (nud) A gist a'- 
tor) s. ber ge^ntineiiler, ^ov\^-. ob. ^Knil' 
nnffefjer (bnljer mid) gist- taker gennnnh. 

Ag-itable, aj'etabl, adj. 1. beiucgs 
(id). 2. i preOleninttfd). 

Agritate, aj-ctale, (f. agitare) r. a. 

1. \ f(f)ne(I l)in nnb f)cr beivegen, I)in iinb ()cr 
luerfen, \AjntMn , ri'ittetn (ein ©rfjtff :c ), cr« 
fd)iittern, nnnil)ig nin(f)en. 2. i a) crregen, 
nnfregen, beunrnl)igen (bnS (55enu'itl;). b) 
nnfiuicgeln. c) crrd)rittern (ben Stnnt u-.). d) 
t beiuegen, trei&en. e) er5rfern, n('(<nnbeln 
(eine J^mge), fhreiten (fiber), f) iiingefjen, 
fid) trngen (ntit ^(mien ic). 

Agitation, ajeta'slnm, a. 1. bn4 
.<?ins wWii 5pcr = SBeiwegen , (£(f)iitteln, 9?ut» 
teln (einer ©fid)C). 2. bie 23fmegniig, (Fts 
l"d)Utterung; ^<\l, 2Di>gcn, ipL^hlgeljrn (br« 
"BiecreS jc.). 3. bie Ijeftige (yeiniit()5bciL'e« 
gnng, SCnftnng, llnru^e. 4. bie G-riirterunij, 
■ilbljnnblnng, llnterfnc^ung (einer 'S-rnge lo. 
5. bie (pDliti|"d)e) ^Igitntinn, 9lnfiuiegeliing, 
Seiuegung, (SJnf;riing, bn« Ireiben. 6. bie 
Uebertegung, !8erntl)r(()rngiiiig. 

A scheme is in -, cin ?pfnn ijT nnf bctii 
tnpet. To be in -, uiinil;)g feiii, f)iM)(ge^en 
(i<. ber ©ee). Websteu 

Ag-itato, ajeii'ti, adv. ['Wiif.] ngu 
tntD, beivegt. 

Ag-itator, aj'etAtur, *. 1. ber9(gcnt, 
(53e)'d)nfr6fn(;rer (jnr 3fit (FriMiiiDcId). Hijmk. 

2. ber eine ©nrfje bctreibt. 3. ber Sliifiuiegs 
Irr, In-'ber, llnrii(;efT5rer. 

Aglet, ) ag'let, (fr. aiguillette) ,t. 1. 

Aig-Iet,^ ber ©tift, bns fiinillid) gcnrs 
bcitete 9ile(^ nber meti>(lene ^plntrrfjeit ti.; 
ber ©enfel. 2. (<8pt.] Xic^i Siilbdjen o.\\ Xstn 
©tnnbfnben ber SBlninen. 

Aglet - baby, ag'let- bab^, «. bn« 
.KoU>d)en, cine fteine S'am" '"' finer 5iei>r;! 
fd)iuir. .Siuk. 

Agflet-baby, (fdirtf.) ein u'lnjige* 
(^5crd)i!'pf, nid)t grofjer nlS ein ©tift. 

Agininal, ag'mcnal, (Int. agaien) 
lulj. jii einein ^niifen ober Iriipp gchfrig. 

Agnail, ag'nale, (nngcif. ange) «. 
[■i))ifb.I bn^ ^JingelgefdjiDnr. Bahbt. 

Agnate, ag'nale. (Int. agnatus) adj. 
iHTR'nnbt. - *. ^er 9Igiint. 

Agnatic, agnat'ik. adj. [9fed)t5!pr.l 
bie 55rrmniibfft0nft I'on i>iiter!id)fr ©eite be« 

tVerffltt- Bl.ACKSTOKE. 

Agnation, agnA'slimi, <. I. tic 
5Miitffrrniibrd)nft (I'lMi i'iuerlid)rr ©eite). 2. 
1 bie 25era'nnbtfil)nft (ber ©prnd)en k.). 

Agnel, ag'nil, (Int. agnns) «. riltf 
nittr. ••Wfinie, (nnd) agnel d'or flrnrtnn»). 

Agnition, a^uUh'un, «. bit 9tiUt< 
friiniiii|] 



¥hte. far, fAlK fat M^. met. Fine. fin. NA. move, n6r, j^of, ^Jl. cUiul Tube, ti'b. fnll. t/zin. THis. 25 



AGN 

AgnixCf agnize', ((at. agnoicere) «. 

«■ + anerfeimen, jufleben. Shak. 

Agfnoininate, agnoin'meiiite, ((. 
agaoniinare) v. a. -f beneiiiien. 

Ag'noillination ^ agnomm^ni'- 
■liiin, «. 1. Die 'llitfpieluiii] t\ne$ ^urtef 
«uf tin anbertS. 2. ber 3unatJie, ©etnanie. 

AgnUM - CastuS , ag'nut-kas'iiis, 
Oat.) «. (SBot.) let fkeufdjl'num, bte S<^iif- 
Uiflfle (»|iec. Vitei). Encvc. 

Afgnua-nei, ag'mUde'i, ((. SS.) 
«. (rom. fnt(). Rirdft] I. bn6 lundx'mie (»ot! 
tc*Inmni. 2. Hi 'ilnia<i)t6bMdfen (fiir Siii; 
ber). 3. rn«9l(5nu6jDei (eiiilljeil Der'OReiTc). 

AffOy agu', (niigrlf. agmi, geond) ado. 
u. adj. poruOer, Dorbci, ocr^er. 

A. ye.\r -, opr citicni Siiljrf. 'Ti« long 
-, t6 iH f(f)pn fiiiigc !)«. Nm long -, uor 
Suricni , unlniifltl. A. wliile -, oot einifler 
B«it, »or Rur)ei". Ifli'tiQ. 

Alfag, ai;og', (fir. agogo) ade. (uitern. 

To set - (on obtt for) liiilem , beflirria 
mild)eu "Mrf)). To «et one's curiosity -. 
3tMnniit6 •JItiiflicrbe errcflen. To be -, fid; 
Ui\A) duvai ffljncn, bfgeljteii. 

Ag-olnfCf ag^'ing^ (-t $rnf. U. going. 
adv. im Oliuige, in Oimq, in ^cmeniiuii. 

He i« -. er <ief)t fort. [int Sfnriffi' 

Afcoii) i'gon, (nr. ngon) «. ba$£anipf: 
fj>iel ber 'Jllten. Onnu6ff|fe ber IVomcr. 

AKOnalia ^ ag6n4'lea , *. pi. bic 

Al^rone, a^on', p. p nd/. f f Ago. 

Ag'oniKiiif ag'uuixni, «. ber ^eti: 
fiimpf, iOettilreit. 

Aff-onist, ag'onist, ^<.t)rr<H}ett= 

AffoniNteM, agA-ils'iit.^ fmnpfer. 

Ag'uniwticMl, agouis'i^iiai.^ 

AiK-oniMtic, apioiiik'tik, 5 
bie -ICcttfiniipie betrrffeiib. 

Ag^-onliitically , agonU'iikSlic 
adf. fnnipnVieliirtiiv 

Agoniwtf ag'uiii^e, ((ft. agonixoi 
V. n. I. ^eiii leiPfn. 2. mit bem lobe rin: 
(jrii , in beii Ifi>tf" 3»Htn liefleu. - ». a. )ii 
it'fe pIiiqcM Ob. quiilen. 

A|{^onizing'ly« ag<\n!'xingle. adr 

aiif bie peinupQjle SUetfe, uiit au^erorbentii: 
djrr $ein. 

Aifonotliete « ag'^nAt/iete , (^r. 
agoiioiiieits) t. ber Kftnipiri(f)tcr. [tenb. 

A$fonothct«r.y adj. 'Ii3mrmiipfe ridv 

Aifuny, ag'i'ine. < I. ber Ipbr^fninpf. 
I. t .11 rif 5f cieiianait . ^cin, •DK.uter. Uj 
ter l)eiii(if Strtinpf. Mure. 

AffOO<l« a^ud'. (a $raf. iinb good) 
M./.-. t i"< C>TiiiV, rriiillid), luirfliit. -Shak. 

AifOiity, a(;uiVie. «. |3i>c>l.) ba5 ^ct' 
tfiriiniiirfu'ii, bcr Olfiiti). 

AiprikCe, 1. A sg race. 

AlfrninillUtiMt, asram'niatist, (h 
pilv. u. graiiiiiiH) 4. biT ituiieli'lirte. 

A|frariuil, a^iare^in. d. agrarlii«) 
nWi bif •acrfcT Ob. i^fibir t'ftrrifrMb. - law. 
bii6 Hrfifiinci) (bfi ben JJiinuTU). 

Aiprnriatii, # biir'JIrfirflcrfO. Bikke. 

AKTeHHtf, asrcic', V. a. mit lilUl) 
kfiiibcin, befd)iiiiiTen. (i"ibcrl)>iiipt. 

Ai^rentf agrite', ado. im (^miirn, 
AlfrtrVf agiee", (fr. agre'er; I. gratia) 
T. M. I. iiberfinilimmen (wn ^JJcnVnen iiiib 
fe.KWn). 2. liberfinfpmmen. 3. (for. on. 
B^oui ciiiia ivrrben , \i(lf riumrH t'2>> vcrolci 



AGU 

(<>en (uber). 4. [^TOiif.] nut jufammenfKins 
men, f)nrmi)niren. 5. (with) ©inem jutrng: 
lid) fein , gut befommen , jnfdjlagcn. 6. (to) 
llefjen, pafTen, angemefTen fein (Ginem). 7. 
einjlimnng, einerici TOeinitng fein (in, fiber) 
8. (on, upon) einmitligen (in) , (itma6 jugo 
ben, einrnumen, iibcreinfommen (in). 9. »er= 
bunben fein (ju (StiunS), mitmirfen. 10. (on) 
e-tiund geineinfrfjnfnic^ bcf(^lie^en, uerab: 
reben. U. einig leben, fiif) wcrtragen. 12. 
iuitlfnf)ren ; (to) (id) Qtmai gefiiden IiifTcn, 
C^Oebingungcn) eingeljen. 13. flrf) uerfoljui'ii 

To - together, flc^ mit finnnber ucrtra 
gen , )u einanber jliminen ober paffen , fid) 
nid)t i»iberfpre(^en. To - again, luieber gute 
(Jreunbe werben To - in one tune, [-Wuf.] 
Ijarmoniren. To make to — , I. iicicfi.il)nen, 
i>ergleid)en. 2. beilegen To - for tlie price. 
^iinfS einig luerben. To - with one's self. 
llct4 glcic^er 2anne fein. 

ProB. To — like dogs and cats, »pic 
>?unbe nnb ^n^cn mit einanber Icben. 

A|f ree « >>. a. I. einrmimen (eine 
ll)atfn(fte). Webster. 2. ueri&hnen, aiiSfol}-- 
nen. 3. beilcgcn, nn6glei(^en(einenStreit!c.). 

AflCreeMbility, agieealiilete. s. "^ 
bie ii3illtaiirigfeit. Chaocer. 

Ai^reeable^ agr^^'abl. adj. l. liber; 
einiliinmenb, piiilenb, gemap. 2. angemefTen, 
niitliinbig. 3. arti^, aninut^ig (u. $erfpnen 
unb <Sad)en). 

To make -, 1. entpfef)(en. 2. tpo^f nii: 
bringen. To lie — to . ., ubereinilimmen 
>mit). -to, jnfolgr, gema^ (einer @ad)c). 
— to the order of the day, the House took 
up the report of the Committee. Webster. 

Agreeableness , agrce'abincs 
«. 1. bie UebiTeinilimmung , ^JlngcmeiTKnI)eit, 
(iMiid>fiJrmigfeit (ber Jnrben lo. 2. i bie 
(innere) •acl)iilid)feit (jiu'fd)en ^erfoiicn nnb 
Dingen). .3. bie «Unnt()mfid)fnt, Slnimit^. 

Aicrevablyf agrecalile. adv. 1. an: 
geneljm, auf eine anflenel)me 9lrt. 2. gemn^, 
pajjenb, (to) (einer ©ac^e) gcmaf}, jiifiMge. 
3. ■■ aiif ai)nti<i)e 2Irt, auf gleid)c 2Gcife. 

Ajjreetl, a^rced', p. p. adj. 1. (to) 
eiiKieraumt, jiigegeben. 2. (on pb. upon, to) 
abgeil)an, obgeniadjt, nii«gemad)t, bef(<)lof: 
fen, beilimmt, fei^gcfetjt. 3. einig, pergli: 
d)en, OiTfi'ljnt. [luegcn! ti bleibt babci: 

Agreed, adv. ridjtig! roppi meinet: 

A^Tt^eing:, agicerng, s. 1. bie 
Urbcrciuilimnuing. 2. ber25frtmg, bad llcbcr= 
einfoinmen. 3. bit ^inttactft, M6 gute aScr- 
nebmni. [OCiU'ifi- 

AsfreeillS'ly* agree'ingle, adv. + 

A(ifr€^eill«fne«S, agree'ingncs, *. 
I. bie e-inigfcit, t>M gute 2Serncl)men. 2. bie 
•IJafjlidjfeit, 3. bie 9lcl;nlid)feit, Uebcrein; 
ilimmiing. 

Agreement, agree'ment, «. 1. bcr 
(S'infi.ing, bie iparmonie (o. Dingen). 2. bie 
llchiTfiniTimmung, t>a6 gute aJcrncfjmcn (p. 
'l>iTfiMicn). 3. bie >ae()ii(id)fcit. 4. bie Uebtr-- 
fuifnnft, bor 5Sfrtrag, 5Bunb, bai ^iinbnip. 
5. bie S&rm-guag, ber 9}erglei(t). 

3. Expansion and duration have this 

farther -. Locke. 

4. H« made an - for the purchase of a 

house. Webster. 

- in tune, ba5 fipnjerf. Articles of -, 

iSfralfi(t>«punfte, To come to an -, (id) 



AGU 

uerglei(ftcn. To make an agreement, eiili 
Uebcreinfunft trcffen. 

A g r e e m e n t - m ,1 k e r . ber Unter^anb. 
ler, ®(f)ieb5rid)ter, bie -O^iittel^pcrfon. 

Ag-restic, Igres'iik, ) (int. 

Ag-restical, agies'iekal,^ agresti.s) 

1. (iinbniaptg, (aubiid). 2. f bmirifd), grob, 

- lite, baS Oiinblebpn. [plump. 
Agria, a'grca, *. [<!3of.] bie <Bttd)* 

palme. 2. eine 9lrt ^lei^to Pb. 3iftmnaal. 

Agricolation, agrckAla'shun, (I 
agricola) s. ter Saiibbiiu, 5i'(bbau. 

Ag-riCultor, agrekiiltur, ((. SID.) 
*. ber SaiibbiiuiT, Gnnbtpirtt). 

Ag-ricultural, agrekul'tslniral, 
adj. lanbimrt()fd)aft(id). 

Ag-riculture, agrcki'il'l.shure, CI.' 
agricnltnra) *. ber 5l(fcr>, gi'Ib;, CaubbflM, 
bie 9(inbipirt(}frf)aft. 

Agriculturi.mn , agrekul'ishd- 
rizm, *. f bie 2a!ibioirri)fif)iift (al5 ^nr»(l 
Pb. ^asiffcnfitaft). [«. ber Sanbipirtl). 

Agricultliri.tit, agiekiil'tshurist. 

Agrimony, agrciiaiiine, (I. agri- 
nionia) t. [Bot.] ber 'Ucferiuenuig, bie 8e» 
berflctte. 

Agriot, ag'riut, ». [iSot.] bie 5Bei(^« 
felfirfd)e. [»«. + fd)aiibiTn. Chaucer. 

Agrise, agrcese', (angflf. agrisan) p. 

- ». rt. t t. fi^rerten. 2. fdirecflic^ ma« 
c^en, entjleflen. SrEnaER. 

Agroin, i'grom, «. id., eine £rauf> 
^eit in Oiliiibicn. 

Agrusiemma, agrostem'ma, «. 
[iSff.] bcr 5{abcn, itprnraben, bie Irefpe. 

Agrostis, agros'tis, (gr.) «. [^pt.] 
b«« Strau«gra5, QuailgmS. 

Aground, aground', (a $rnf. u. 
groiiri<l) adv. 1. auf beu P)runb, nuf bem 
OJrunbc, auf ben Stranb. 2. i To be -, in 
23crlegcnf;eit fein; ju (Srunbe gcrid)tct fein. 

To run—, ftranben. To run a ship-, ein 
©diiiT auf ben ©tranb feljeu, itrnnben mn(f>en. 
They were — at.., fie fouutfU ^id)f6 er» 
micbern auf... 

Aguapecaca, agwapck^'kl, « 
[Ornitl).] id., ber brafilianifi^c itibifj. 

Ag'Ue, 4'giic, (angi'll'. aege, oga, 
hoga) «. 1. baS 5a[5ed)ff Ififber, (fa!te) JJieber. 

2. bie SctUe, ber ©d)aiibiT, '3(t)aucr, 5ro)l. 
A burning—, eiu Ijiyigcd Jicber. To have 

an-, t>a6 gicber Ijabeu. 

Prov. An — in the spring Is physic for 
a king, ein 5rul)ling^nt'*>'t bicut jur (»«» 
funb()cit. 

Agne-fit, ber 5J'f'"'rfrf)aucr. Ague- 
powder, ba3 5icbcrpii(pcr. A g u e - p r o o f, 
adj. fiebertefl, bem (^icberiBibcnlcljetib. Ague- 
spell, ba5 Sic''frjaiibcrmittel.(iAY. Ague- 
struck, p. adj. mit bem falffii tjiebcr be« 
Ijaftct, ppin Sicbcr befaflen. Hi;wvt. Ague- 
tree, [iSot. ] ber SajTiifrasSbaum. 

Ag°ue, v. a. C^iufiu '5ifberfd)aiicr ge» 
ben, perurfa(^cii» ©iueu mit bem Jiebcr be« 
l^iftef ma(^en. 

Agued, A'gued, p. p. adj. I. ti\S 

Sieber l)abenb, jittcrnb, bebenb. 2. neberljafr. 

Ag-uerry^ agcr'ie, (fr. agucrrir) 
V. a. t jnni firiege abrid)tfu , abl)iirtfn. 

Aguise, ^gyise', (a $raf. ii. guise) 
V. a. t jured>rmad)en , jicrrn , fcftmilrfen. 



26 Vhte. frir, fa!', fat. M^. met. Fine, fin. N6, m6ve, n3r, gSt, 6iF, cl6i"id. Tube, tub, fiill. tAin. TUU. 



AGU 

Agruish, a'guisli, adj. 1. fie6erif(f>, 
Pe&rrhaft 1. ? frL^^lin (iiebe ic.) Granville. 

Ag'iiiMlinesii, a'giiishnes, *. bie 
ffic&iTl)aftiflfcit, bcr®rf)nuer. [nen, oclotitii. 

Ag'iiize, (fd)ott.) anerfeniien, beten-- 

Ag-iil,a'gul,*. [33ot.] ber:)}ianna&auni. 

Alt, a. (fr. all, <]r. a, U\t. all) interj. 
«()! 1)0! ncf)! luie! - that! <\d} ta^l 

Alia, aha', interj. l}a\ ()il ! rtljal 

Alia, *. icii uerborfleiie ®el)a(]e. 

Alianigrer, alian'egur, *. [3d)tf)l)0(.] 
Me ?Ofecrnabel. 

Aliead, ahed', (a S^U^f. U. head) adv. 
1, ['iJJiflr.] uornuS, lueitcr unr. 2. uormarW, 
coran. 3. fjailiij, iitcr $al5 imb A>pf. 

To run — of one's reckoning, ['■JKor.] 
fic^ im SBeflcrf gcirct ^a&en, rocitcc I'cin a\6 
Me®iegung ergeljen fjnt. - of us, oor iin5. 
Togo-, [iJiorbnm.] fid) tummeln ob. beeUen. 

Alieig-llt, ahite', (a S^tai. U. height) 
(uiti. + nufiurirtd. Shak. 

Aliic c y af Ii,ah!kseat'l4, «. [^Jlaturo-] 
Id., eiiie flirtifie ©(f)(ange in ^ejrifo. 

Aliit^li) alii', aiiu. t in ber $&^e, in 
fcie ^ol)e, i)&en, nufiunrtfl, nuf. 

Aliinf, (fcfjptt.) I)tntcn; bn()tnten. 

Aliold, ahold', adv. f [?(Knr.] birf)t 
beim SBinbe. Shak. 

To lay a ship -, ['OTar.] birf)t &eim 
BBinbe fjnlten. [giftiger qSflaitmcn. 

Aliovai, alidv'a, s. [!8ot.| eine 9lrt 

Altoy, ahoi', iiiterj. [^B?ar.] fjaflof)! 

AliuU'la, *. [^Jinturg.] id., eine 9Irt 
SButmer in ^Wcrifo. 

Aliuit'zote, #. [^Jiaturg.] id., ein 
}U ben 5lnip!)i6ien geljorigee uierfii^igeS II;icr 
In Slnierifa. fu. larfel. 

Ahull, ahull', adv. [>»?flr.] UOt lopp 

Ai, *■ [3i)oI.] bai 5rtultl;ier, 5li. 

A'ia, *. tOrnitl).] id. 

Aiblins, (f(f)ott.) uiedeic^t 

Aicuk-us, akii'rus, *. [Dmitf).] eine 
eitt ^npngei in S^rnfilien. 

Aid, Ade', (ft. aider) v. a. (?inem f)eU 
fen, 6ei|lcl;en, G-inen iinter|tii(jen. 

Aid, ». 1. bie 5?ulfe, ber Seiilnnb. 1. 
ber ^I'ffer, &d)iU(e, bie0)c(;iilfiun. 3. [cngl. 
9?e(^t6fvr.] a) bie 3ubuf)e, nuperorbu-ntltcfjc 
©tcuer. b) [©ngl.] bie SBniaHentlciier. c 
[granfr.] pi. bie Sofiiteuern. 4. ber 5Ib)u: 
tnnteineS®enern(5. S.p/. [9eettf.] bie>>iilf"eii. 

Court of aids, iai 3otl|leuerfi>(Ieniiiiii. 
Royal -, bie bcm ^onige I'om 'ipnrlanientc 
pcriuiftigten ©teuern, ai&gnben. To pray 
in -, [engl. Sfec^t^fpr.] eine "iPerriMi jiijirfjen, 
bie 6ei einem iinl)nngigcn9{ed)t6fh:cite 6ct^ei: 
ligt ifl. Blackbtone. 

Aidance, a'danse, «. t bie >pi'i(fe, 
ber ©ei|Tiinb. Shak. (fjiilfrcicf). 

Aidant, Ade'ant, adj. ttc()iilflirf), 

Aid- d«- camp, ide dc- kawng'. 
(fir. S33.) *• ber 'Jlbiiitiint eineS P)cnrral». 

Aider, ade'ur, *. ber ^clfa, Oie-. 
^ulie; <aul).inger. 

Aider, (fd)t>tt.) Iic6ilcr, nfferfirbfler. 

Aiding', ade'ing, s. birUiitcrilii^ting, 
^Ulfe. [lillTcn. Shak. 

AiTileNS, ade'les, adj. hiilfloS , I'fr: 

Aid-iiiaj(>r, Ade-'mijur. *. (■OKilit.J 
IXC 5{i'ginKiiti'ab)iir.iiit. 

Ai|^-r(^t, ^ a'gret, (fr. TO.) »• 1. 

Aif^rette,^ [Orniclj.] ber luei^e^tci* 



AIR 

f)cr. 2. [<8Dt.] bte ©rttnenfrone, Jeberfront, 
bai ^tbivcfftn. 

Aig-ue - marine , a'gue-marecn', 
(fr. '■Ii5.) *. ((?bel|l.) ber ilquanwrin. 

Aig-ulet, a'giilet, (fr. alguillette) 
*. bie '7ie|lc(fd)nur, ber (Senfel. 

Aikra'iv, A'kraw, *.0 eine9Irt2id)e.i. 

Ail, ale, (nngelf. eglian ^ s. I. bil^ 

Ailment, ale'ment, ^ 2Def), Seiben, 
ber ©djnierj bie ltnpa6(icf)feit. 2. bie Un; 
rulje, 3?ut(), ber Summer. 

Ail, V. a. fd)'ner}Iic& empflnben (gei 
lV&l)n(. mit something, nothing), (Jinetll 

luc^e rf)un , feWen , &inen fdjincrjcn. 

What aileth thee, Hagar? mc\6 fe()lt 
bir, ipagnr? Bible. I- nothing, tnir feljit 
^Jiic^t^. He — » something, e& feljit i!)tn 
©tronS. What ails you to beat me? wai 
fnfit 5f)nen ein, mid) ju ftfjlngen? What 
ails your eye? mni ijaben <Sie ntw 9Juge? 

Ailing', ale'ing, p. adj. fninflicf), 
Wnfelnb. She is ever -, ifjr fef)lt itnmcr 
Qtmai. 

Ails, iles, s. pi. bie33nrte ain2Bcijcit. 

Aim, ame (ir. oigham) v. n. I. (at) 
jielen (nnd^ ober nuf Q-tmaS). 2. t fetn«2l(>- 
fi(f)t tict»ten, Sl&fic^ten Ijnben, jiclcn, I)in: 
jielen , f)inbeuten (nuf) ; fhreben , trnd)ten 
(nnd», mngeI)en(nufob. tnit). 3. tnutf;!uafjen. 

He is aimed at, eS gilt i()m. The point 
at which they — , bai 3iel U)ve6 htvtbeni. 

Aim, 0. a. (at) rid)ten (ein 03efd)Cig, 
eine ©ntijre 2C, nnd) ©ineiii , nuf C-iuen). 

Aim, s. 1. (i»t) bie 9{id)tunn (einer 
TOurfiBiiffe nnrf) k.) 2. [tedjnol.] bxii ivorn 
(nn ©(^ie^geroeljrfn), b(\i 2H're()cn, bie ^crle 
(itii ber QlrniOriift). 3. bai S'el. 4. ± b<\6 
3iel, ber 3n'ecf, G-ubjiuetf. 5. bie aibfic^r, 
bai 95or()nben. 6. f bie 93erinut(;ung. Spem 
sER. 7. t ber Seifart. 

To take -, jielen, nuf* S^orn nefjtnen. 
To tal(« one's — well, feine 'DTfagregefn gut 
neljmen. To give — , ntijeigcn, (eiten, lueifen. 
He is quite out of his — , er ivei^ u\d)t inel)r, 
iDornn er i(t. To present a fair—, (ineu 
fd)5nen 9Infang inndjcn. 

Aimer, A'nnir, «. 1. ber 3ie(er. 2.1 
ber nuf Qtmai fjinbeutct. 3. ber 'Siiigcrjeig. 

Aimless, ame'les, adj. of)ne Siel. 

Aim-sig-lit, ame' site, «. [i^ec^ntl.] 
ba6 ^orn nn ®d)ie0gen)e()ren. 

Ain, (fc^ott.) eigen. 

Aince,|^^*"«->~'- 
Ainsells, (fc^ott.) own selves. 
Air, are, (Int. aer, gr. aer. fr. air) s. 

I. bie Suft, u. i bie Suft (©rronS SJeidjtei fD. 

llngemi(Te«). 2. ber Dunfl, Duff; pi. bkw. 

bie Dilnflc, ber iible &evud>, bie ^nllii't. 

3. bie freie, luftige 2nge (v. (Mebnubeu). 

4. bn5 2i"ifr(^en. 

To take the -, an bie Suft gi'()i'n, Suit 
fd)iiipfeii,nuffiMntiicn. To take-, i befnuiir, 
oerrntijen iserben (ein SSi^rljnben !C. ) , Ijrrs 
nuefpininen. To give - (to), i nii^frn 
((Jtmnfi). - and exercise, 6 ber ^rnngcr, 
bie <}tu^flmipung. 

Proe. Castles in the -, l?llfrfd)llMTer. 

Air, «. 1. bie -]lrie. 9.. bie 'Wclobie. 3. 
bai ?ifb, ber (^eriing, ba5 (Mebidjf. Soft 
airs, fniifre liMie. 

Air, «. 1. bte ^irne, (Stbetbt, Mi 



AIS 

9Iu«ref)en. 2. ± ber ®d)ein, ^ln(d)m. ,1, 
[JJeitf.] ber ®nng (einefi ^ferbeS). Noble a i r, 
ber Sinflnnb, bie 5Bi'irbe. An - of assu- 
rance, eine breifle 'D?iene. With an air, 
mit einer getciffen 2trt. To take airs, 
to put on airs, ± uomefjtn tfjun. 

Air balloon, ber Suftbnllpn. Air- 
bladder, 1, bieSuftblnfe. 2. bie©(^mimtu« 
binfe. Air- born, adj- ? luftgeboren. 
Air-braving, adj.^ ben2Sinben trooenb. 
Air built, adj. 1. in bie Suft gebnur, 
luftig. 2. t eingebifbet. Air-drawn, odj, 
I. eingebilbet. 2. in ber Guft gejiicft (©old)) 
Shakspeare. Air-gun, bie SBinfcbiiAfe. 
Air- holder, [5p()i)f.] ber Sufrlifllter din 
3tt|lruinent). Air-hole, bn6 Suftli\t, 
3ugiod). Air-jacket, bie Suftjarfe (eine 
lebetne ^nrfe tnit von Suft nngcfiiriten SRImVn 
iutn ©d^mitninen). Air-level, [ledjnpi.] 
Bie 'Tiiuedirrange. Air- pipe, [>OTnr.] bte 
Suftrtil^re (eine* (Sd)iffe3). Air-poise, 
t^l)\)f.] bit Suftiunge. Air-pump, [«PhPi'.] 
bie Suftpmnpe. Air- sacs, s. pi. bie Suft. 
grf«iffe (bei SBBgern). Alr-»hnft, [■Win. J 
ber 2Bettcrfd)nd)t, euftfd)nd)t. Air- 
stirring, adj. ^ luftbeiuegeub. Air- 
thread, ber ©omnierfaben (ber ©pinneu). 
Air-threatening, ndj. ^ luftbf broljenb, 
luftig. Air-vessel, 1. [*iH't.] ba6 Suft. 
gefiifj. 2. [Ied)nDl.] ber 9iejipient. 

Air, V. a. 1. nn bie freie Suft bringen, 
ber frird)en Suft nii5fc(>cn, liiften, nu^iuitj 
tern. 2. uerfd)(ngen Inffeu (ein OJctrnnf). 3. 
trorfncn; iviirinen. 4. f in >:}ieiTL'rn briiten. 

To air a horse, ein ^fcrb nu^rcitcu. 
To - one's self, frifc^e Suft fd)ijpfen. 

Air, ear, (fii)ott.) friiljH'itifl. 

Aira, a'la, *. [33ot.] ba6 ipanrgrn^. 

Aire, are, *. bn« 0?eft, ber i?oril. 

Airer, Are'ur, *. ber ©tiun« tiifrct, 
trurfnet. 

Airiness, Are'enls, a. 1. bnd Sufi 
tige, bie Suftigfeit. 2. ± bn« Cuftige, bie 
Seid>tigfeit, 2ebf)nftigfeit, «»?unterfeit, bet 
2eid)tnnn. 

Airing', Are'Ing, ». 1. bn« Su^en, 
trotfnen. 2. bie fri|"d)e, freie Suft. 3. bie 
©rl)o(ung in frifd)et Suft, ber ©pojierrirr, 
©pnjiergnng. 

To take an -, frifdie Suft fc^opfen. To 
give an -, (to) Qinen nn«fiit)ren , fpnjieren 
fiiljren; dtwai nn bie Suft briiigen; nu5. 
reiten Cipferbe). 

Airless, are'les, adj. fuftlpd, btimpfig. 

Airling', ire'ilng, *. ber i5lt'id>tling, 
TOilbfnug. Jonso.n. 

Airl- penny, 'I'c^ptt.) #. bn« 91u. 
gelb, ipnnbgclb, '•ffiierljgcib. 

Airn, (fd)orr.) *. bi\6 Qh'in. 

Airt, (fd)Ptt.) leiten, lenfcn. fpnffr^. 

Airts, (fd)i'rr.)*. bie ^^unfte bei itriii. 

Airy, arc'e. «rf;. l.liifrig, Suft... 2. Ijcrfj. 

3. f a) lufrig, biinn, lofe, i1iid)rig, leid)r. .-) 
ii'iubig, eirel. c) locfer, fliirteriib. d) Iriiliri 
ininig, Inppifd). e) tnunter, luilig, lebijiiff. 

4. s. \. Aery 

- devil, ber SuftbnntPlI. - fame, firlir 
nit^riger 9fuf. Shak. - flying, ^ jliegciiS 
n>ic Siifr. — notions. Siitrrd)ii>iTer. 

Aise, Are, *. (25or.] bui 'Jiiid)ffriiiir. 

Ai*(le, > lie, (i,u. alii) *. brr -JiiM-a 

Aile, 5 ^^'"^i^ litt-d)e), ber CO^'rj.*:! 



FAte, far. fSlI, fkt. iU, mh Fine, f ?d. N6, m ove, ndr, gSt, 6fl, clifid. TAbe, tfib, ftill. t/jin, TMi 
AIT 



27 



ALB 



brr Sdjmftj , tat Sffief). 



Aitf ife, «. bai Snfftc^en, ber^erber. 

Aitit, (fd)o«j #. bcr (FiB. 

Aits, (fdjutt) ». ber ^afer; ait -meal, 
ber ^iit'trbret. 

Aiver, ) (fd)ott. ) ». ein after ®nu(, 

Aver, 5 finn:en(inu(. [9tfd)e. 

Aizle, (fc^i^tt.) «. bit ^eigeito^te ob. 

Aizoon, azuun', (grj «. [^ot.J boS 
SmMierflrun. 

Ajar, ^ar', adj. fyafboffen, ttafienb. 

A Java, t)k'A, a. [iBrt.] id. 

AJee, (|'d)Dtt.) fdjief; uerfefjrt. 

AJu^a, aju ga, ». [93ot.] ber®un)e(. 

AJu'rit-cating-a,«.[Drmt^.] \ id., 

Ajuru-ciirau, >id., 

AJiiru-para, )id., 

fine •JIrt ^^iipiiaei. 

AJiitas-c, ) (fr. ^.) <■ 

Adjutai^e, ad'juiije, \ [It<^iiul.] 
ber Stufi'dQ (rine« (5prin<]&runnend). 

Ake, > ake, (.ingelf acp. gr. achoa) 

Ache, ) v.n. T u. t f(^raer)tn, Ginent 
ivel^e tl)un. 

To liavt nn aking tooth, Saf)n\i)mtt: 
|en ()nben. My loui ake>. tt f(l>merjt mid) 
in ber ®ee(e. Hit head ake«, er f;at 
ftopfive^. 

Prov. To havt an aking tooth at any 
one, eintn 3ii>)n nuf (f intn t)aben, &inem 
(jern in bie $nore wollen 

AUe, l^ 

Aclie, ^ 

Aker, i'kur, «. ber Slcfer, <]}?or(icn 
fiflnbes. (t uerwiinbt 

Akin, akin' (a '$^%. ii. kin) adj. ; u. 

AkinjgTf ^'king, «. ber <inl)<iftenbc 
€d)miT}, 6ic qjein. 

Akwart, (fc^ctt.), p(utnp, un6ef)0(fen, 
ungeftfticft, unlj&flid), lui^er|Von(lit]. 

Al, (nra&.) ein ^Beiii'ort Db. untrennbrt: 
tti ^nifixum, bii< beni ita(. il u. beni iVan. 
el It. la entrpricf)t, ). !8. aleoran x. Al, 
(ntifielf.) jnroininrnnrirgrn nni aid ob. old, 
annelf. eaid, ronniit in i>ie(cn >7?nnien iht, 
|. S. Aliiurg. A I, (Int.) nnflntt nd uor I. 

Alabaster, al'ai>a.stur, (gr. ala- 
bantios) ». [-W\mx<\[<\.] ber Wnbnfler. 

Alabaster, «<//. alnboflcrn (nut^ f). 

Alack, llak', (fi'ir aino interj. a&)\ 
wel)! - a day! 0, ()ilf i(>immf(! - for 
letaer knowledge, nt^! brtg irf) lueniner 
n>u@f(. Shak. [nrf/. niuiitcr, fri)()Ii(^, (iiilifl- 

AlacriOIIR, alak'reus, (Int. aUcer) 

AlacrioiiAilyi, alak'riusle, ade. 
freubifl , flcrn , inif greuben. 

Alacriousness, aiak'r^usi»ls. ». 
bie 'WiiiiriTfoit. [feit, ber {Jn'ljfiiiii- 

Alacrity, alak'r^ii. ». bie i^oircr: 

Alak, (r{l)oft.) (id)! p wel)! [91Mlit. 

Alalite, al'aliie. «. ["MnrMliv j bcr 

Alatllire, alamcer'. $. f"))?!!!'.] tie 
jiufirrinirf i)forc in (»)uibi> 'Ilrcrinp'S 1pm> 

ICItl'r. JoilNKON' 

Aiaill«»llality, alann'idalcie. t. f 

ba* 'Mf l<^l^d)l• , fie lUOerei-niltniiniini] niir ber 
^rn'd)rMriii ■^)fp^e. 

Alaill4»<le, alanioile', (fir. a lamodo 
itda nnd) ^rr '))f^>^f , nippifd). Whiti.ock. 

AlaiiKifle, «. [oi<b>>n ] ein btinurr, 
|■(^lVll^5fr iiiffrr. 

Alanil, aland', ade. 1. oti'S Canb. 
2. am, \\i Sonbe. Siuxev. 



Alane, (ftfjott.) aHetn. [Gfritft. 

Alaric, al'ank, *. [©igcnn.] 2l(ric^, 

Alarm, alarm', (fr. alanne) *. I. bcr 
^Ciiffeunif , b(»« l?armncrd)rei , giufgcbot. 2. 
ber Sarni, tumult. 3. i a) bie llnnilje, 
aSeforgnifj, SSenvirrung. b) ber ®d)recf, bie 
«an(i|l. 4. bcr 2Df(fcr (einer lll)r). 5. 
[5ed)tf.] bie 'Musforderung. Ehcic. 

-of fire, ber (Jeucrlnrm. To take-, 
in ^Ingft gerothen. To spread -, beunrii= 
[)igen, Cnrin uerbreitcn. To sound an -, 
2(irm blnfcn, fd)lagen. To give -, £nrm 
mfict)en, beunrul)igen, Unriilje errcgen. 

A larm-l)ell,Dte©turnig(0(fe. Alarni- 
druui, bie Snrmtrommel. Alarm-post, 
berSnrinplnlj. A I a r m - w a t c h , bie^lCecf u^r. 

Alarm, v. a. i. biirtf) £!nnii;(3d)Ingcn 
ob. 23lflfcn ju ben 5[Cnffen rufen, adnrniiren. 
l. i in 93en)egung bringen , errd)rccfcn , uer; 
ivinrcn, beiinrul)igen, in 3urd)t ob. ®d)rcrfen 
^ci}t\\, benngiligen , (ingiligcn. To be alar- 
med (at), in Unriil)e if in (iiber). 

Alarming', alar'nung, adj. beun: 
ruf)igenb, benngfligenb. — adt>. Alar'- 
mlngly, nuf cine t>cunnif)igenbe SBeife. 

Alarmist, aiar'mist, i. ber Stirni: 
binfer, C(irmmnd)er. 

Alarum, \. Alarm. 

AlaM, alais', (fr. lie'las) inter}, f rtc^! 
roc^! for shame! o pfllil - liie day! - 
a day ! - the wliile ! o Unglu(f£t>ig ! Un: 
gUltf^jcit ! 

A late, alAte', (a $r&. U. late) adv. 
t nenlid), iungfl. [jliigelt. 

Alatetl, aiA'tcd. p. adj. [^ot.] ge: 

Alatern, al'atum, «. O [^ot.j cine 
9Irt Sreujborn ob. SCegeborn. 

Alb, alb, (IiU. album) t. I. bie <2II6n, 
bn« 6^orl)enib (in ber rSni. fiuf). fiird)e). 2. 
cine ti"irfir(f)e-)Krinie = I asper. 3. Albs, *. 
pi. ob. A lb- week, bie Dilfnuot^c. 

Alban, al'ban, a. [Gigcnn.] <!llbaniu^. 

Albania, aiba'nca. a. [OiSeogr.] 3(1: 
bnnicn. [- *. ter Sllbanier, 5llbiinere. 

Albanian, ali>a'iican, arl/. nibouii'd). 

Albatros, al'batros, a. lOmitl).) 
ber Sturniuogel, i?rieg6f(f)iffoogcl, ailbatrotJ- 

Albe, ob. I albe'it (all be it etigl.) 

Albeit, S coHj. ■'oOg(ei(l),nngead)rct, 
jiDflr, miewof)!. (eine 9lrt goretle. 

Albelen, ai'bcicn. a. [3d)t()i)ol.] 

Albemarl, al'bemarl, a. [Q3ot.1 bie 

■3J?«rniorv'fir|ld)e. [i>er5pfirnd)e. 

' Albers-e, alberje', ». [25ot.] Me 

Albei«cent, albes'sent. (lilt.) udj 

wciglirf). Kncvc. (bie groGe •OJJiifrdc. 

AlbiCOre, al'bekore. a. (3d)tl;i)0l.l 

Albiiicati(»n, albeleka'sliun. ((at. 
albus II. facio) «. [(Fljem ) Diiij ^H3eiMinnd)cii. 

Albif^enweo, albejen'sez (aiicf) Al- 
begeois) a. pi. [Sird)g.] bie 9lH'igmKr. 

Albin, al'bin. a. ['Wincralg.] id. 

Albino, albi'iio. (liU. albus) a, ber 
u'fiG'e iJtrgcr, ^iifirlafe, 9?ad)tmcnrd) ; pi. bie 
5llt'ino«, itnfi'rlafen (lucigen atrif«inird)iMi 
.JIfgrr). [Inub. 

Albion, al'bcun. a. ^ iUbim , G'lig: 

Albora, albo'ra, a. [OTfeb.] cine <i(rr 
*3(n^)"ii^. 

AlborO, albo'ro. a. f3d)tflHP(.) id. 

AlbuQ-ineOIIN, albitjin'cus, (1. al. 
bugo) adj beni (S'liveipe i\\)nH(i), ivei^, xoei^Ml). 



ALC 

Albng-o, albi'gS, (Uit. 333.) «. 1. 
iai a33eige im ©i. 2. bnS 91iigtniuijlf(f)en, 
ber 2IugenfTecfcn , ber »»ei0e 6taar. Encvc 

Albula, albu'la, ♦. [Oc<)tl)i)oI.] eine 
2Irt ©eebarbe. 

Album, ll'bum, (Int. 523.) s. 1. iaS 
StninmbufJ). 2. [r6m. &e\(i).] bie lueijje 
©c^reibtnfel. [Ure. 

Albitmen, aibu'mln, s. bnS ©■iioeig. 

Albuntinous, albu'meuus, adj. 
I. [«}5(;i)fio(.] iaf), fct)(einiig. 2. ['Tlnturg.] 
eiioeip.nrtig. 

Alburn , al'bum , i ((nt.) a. 

Alburnum, albur'num, \ [SSot.] 
ber (Splint, ©pint. 

Alburn, *. [5(f»t^i)or.] ber sajcigfifi^. 

Alburn, f. Auburn. 

Alcaliest, ) ai'kahest, (nrnb.) «. 

Alkahest, J [Clyni.] bn« saifnr;c(l. 

Alcaic, alka'ik, adj. [$oe|'.J n(> 

taifd). [att. 

Alcaic, *. ['JPoef.] bie olfnifc^e S8er«» 

Alcaid, i alkade', (nnib.) a. I 

Alcade, f (©pnnien) ber 9llfnbe, 

Alcaid, / fRidtttt, ©tnbfri(f)ter. 2. 

Alcayd, ) (aSnrbnrei) ber ©tattljol. 

tcr, S8cfc()I6l)n6er eine* <S£(>lof[e«. 

Alcali, f. Alkali. 

Alcanna, alkan'na, a. [^ot.] Ne 

3llfnnna,5punb«6eer|laube. Encyc. Theoph. 

Alcatraz, al'katraz, a, [9?aturo.J 

1. ber ^elifnn. 2, eine 2lrt '$if<t>. 

Alcavala, aikavl'ia, a. ((Span.) ber 
6-inful)riott, bie Qllfnonln. 

Alee, als, Olbfiirjg. u. Alice) «. 
'Hkxia, Qiicistn (ein ^flnme). 
- *. [3(.'oI.] bai &lennt(;ifr. 
Alcedo, aise'do, (Int.) *. [Dvnit1).\ 
bcr Sonig^nrrf)er. 

Alchimical, alkim'mekal, > adj. 
Alchimic, alklrn'mik, )n((t)i)s 

tniitii'd), nlcf)i)tnir£^. [(f)i)niij1. 

AlchimiMt, arkemist, a. bcr ^(> 
Alchiini.<ltiC, alkimnus'tik, i 

Alchimistical, alkimmis'tekal, ^ 
adj. nl(f)i)nii|'H|"d), 9II(f)i)inie treibenb. 

Alcllimize, al'kunmue, v. it. Mi 

(()i)inie treiben, TOctntle in &olb iicrmnnbein. 

Alchimy, al'keme, (arnb. al u. 

kimia) a. I. bit 9l((f)i)niie. 2. eljiH. eine gc» 

miffe SfJiCtnUfompofition $u :Kiicf)cngcriUlj» 

fd)iiftcn. lol)xd)en, bie 9lljine. 

Alcine, luJne', a. [Sot.] ba6 ■•3)fau«» 

AICO, al'ko, a. [3ool.] id. 

Alcohol, al'koliol, (nrnb. SSi.) a. 

I. [dfjcin.] ber 91(f o(;ol. 2. eiij fcitied ^iiloet- 

AlCOholiC, alkoliol'ik, adj. allot 

fjolartig. 

Alcoholization, alknliAiez^'-, 
shun,*. [(J()fiu.] I. bie 9Ufol)p|irirung. 2. 
bie SBmuiinbliing in bai nttcrt'eiinle ^ulorr. 
Alcoholize, al'kaliolize, i;. u. I. 
[(Fl)ctn.] alfpl)o(inren. 2. in b<i6 nflcrffinilt 
^nli>er oi'rmnnbcln. 

Alcor, al'kor, (nnib.) *. [3J|lron.J 
2tlfpr (ein Stern). [ [nipl). Jfcl.) biT-Jlifpr.iii. 
Alcoran, al'koran, dirab. iB.) a. 
Alcove, al'kove ob. alk^ve' dlnif'. 
alkobba) *. I. ber 9lffiH>eii. 2. bic SSi'mo 
fniig in einer Si6liptl)cf, bn6 ficiiic ScirfMi 
jiminer fiir Siidjer. 3. ein ocrborgeiicr, |1U> 
ler Ort in (Snrten tc. 



Is Tate, f'r. fall. faf. M*. mot. Fine. ffn. NA. in<^ve. nbr. jjot, 8il, cl5tid. TAhr. (I'h. fi^II. t7,in. Tffh 



ALC 

Alcyon, ai'sheun, «. [Criiiff).] bcr 

Alcyonite-,al'sheiinite,.?. [?jrntiirg.] 
brr 3llcpiniit, ueriteinerfe ©ccforf '.c. 

Alcyonilllllf alslieo'ncum, s. 
[?(iUur!i.] 1. &er ©eeforf, bnS 'iWeernefl. 2. 
tcr 'Weerrcf)aunv 3. eiiie 3lrt SternfornfJe 
Df. Stcrnileiii. 

Al<fer, ai'dur, (iat. almis, anticlf. 
air) *. 6ie ©lie, G-flcr. Alders-plot, 
a I H p r - bed , tct ©rtcniUfltb. 

Alderlievesf , aldurle'vest, adj. 
«Scrlii'6tT, tl)eiuTft. 

Alderman, ll'durman, (niigeff.) 
*. I. tier ?{atl)^l)crr, D&eralte, Sllberntnii. 
- of a ward, tit 35ierte(Stnci|ter. 2. eiii 
fcircr initl;af)n. --like, g(cid) eiiiem ^<itf)'i: 
l)rrrn , luie ein 9?at^5f)err. - 's robe , ber 
gifine'iimiifft. (oraiutntifd) einf)crncf;en. 

I'rov. To walk an alderman's pace, 

Alderinanly, al'durmanle, adj. 
11. ad». 1. mie ein 9Jat^5f)err, SUdtfjS^crrn . . , 
nibcrmnmiifd), tati^i^ettlid). 2. ftofj luie ein 
SHbfrmnn. 

Aldcrn, Sl'durn, arf/. erien, ffkrn. 

Ale 9 ale, (tttigelf. eale, gr. ala) «. 1. 

^aft ?H iiiU|c(jDpfte93ier. 2. t ber©(f)niniip, 
ba6 (S)c(ng ; trni Iiinblit^e ^-efl. Ben Jonson. 

Ale and beer, tai 2Ie(6ier; beer and—, 
tii5 55iern( (9lrten i>. 93it'r). 

A 1 e - b e n c h , bie 23nnf citier aielfcftenfc. 
Ale-berry, bn5 5BarniDier, ©ierbier. 
Ale-brewer, ber 5lel&rnuer. A 1 e - c o n- 
ner. bcr ^iernilfre()er. Ale-draper, 
ber ?£'tcrrrf)enf , Stenuirtt). Ale- fed, adj. 
tiiit 25icr gcnnljrt. Ale-boof, ['Sot.] ber 
(5-rbcpl)eil. EscYC. Ale-house, bic 9Jcl! 
ff^Ctrfe; Hedge — , bic^illfeird)enfe. Ale- 
house-keeper, ber ©rf)fiifmirr(), 9lcl: 
niirtf). Ale-kniglit, ber 35icrt'rubcr, 
gcc^briibcr. A 1 e - s i 1 V e r , bie Iraiif flcucr. 
AI«-«liot, bie58icrjcdjf. Ale- stake, bie 
Ctniige nli' 23ierf(f)i(b. A 1 e - 1 a s t e r, ber 2iier= 
t^rotcr , QU'IiniVeff or. A 1 e - v a t , ber ffla()r; 
bptticf) , 5yrauCHHti(^. Ale-was bed, adj. 
1. in 23icr gctniid)t. 2. in cincm 2?ior: 
rnufd)c. Shak Ale-wife, 1. bie 9lcl: 
«.nrt()inn. 2. - pb. Aloof, [^d)t()r)vl.] eiiie 
ilrt 5iM) (Cliipea serrata). 

Alecofit, ale'kost, ». [SBct.] ber 
Jtiliufnril (iiud) Ale'-coast). 

AleclryoBiiancy , aiektrcom'- 
liiRC. (c\r.) s. Die .Tprt()iu'iimnl)rragcrti. Encyc. 

Alee, alee', (a %>rfr. U. lee) adv. 
k-Wiir.l unter brni 5S5inbe, ini Cei. Hard - 
O. luff alee! t'fint ^Binbc ne()nlrcii! Put 
llip lu-lni -! Ilinviirt^! Mar. Dict. 

Alfi^ar, al'legur, (i>. ale u. eager) 

t. biT ?icifiTin. 

.tlleg-er, i'lcjur, (fr. alegre, lat. 
al;i(rr) fidj. f niifniTaunit , niiiiitfr, luftifl. 

Aleg-jfe, alcg', ». a. f i>rrniiii6erii, 
milbivn. Chaucer. [^cr 'Jllcml'biir. 

A!«'cjilMlar, alcmb'dur, s. (iiirf.) 

.'^Ictlllllic, aleni'bik. (Civub. al ll. gr. 

aniiiix) «. [(Fl}fni.] ber 23rfini» ob. £>cfli(iir: 
(DUn-n. 

Alens-ill, alcngl/i'. (a<prfr. it. lengtlo 
adr. fn flnnifii ?ange nnd). Chaucer. 

Alf-^pidotef alep'edote, (<\r ) adj. 

1,'MMiMnM.) i"(l)iipt>eiHr«. - «. brr fdjiippciii 



ALII 

Alert, alert', (fr. alerte) adj. I. n«d): 
film, nnf feincr $iit. 2. nuinter, Ie6f)nft, 
be(;cnbe. Spectator. 3. luflig. 

Upon the -. ['TOilit.] nilf bcr §llt. 

Alertness, aiert'nes, s. I. bie 
^IDnd}rninfeit. 2. bie ''TOiinterfcit, Cc61)nftig= 
fcit, bflS flinfclDeren. 3. bieSuiligfcit. 

Aiet, aiet, s. [Ornitl).] bcr ^eb\)uiy. 
nerfiilf. [((\t.) s. bie ^DJcIjIiwahrfiigerei. 

Aleiaroinancy , aiurom'ansc. 

Aleutic, alu'tik, (ub. Aleu'tian) 
(idj. [©eogr.] akuti\d). [ilii5nif. 

Ale^v, all!', ». t bn5 ®erd)rei, ber 

Alexantlers, aiiegzau'durz, s. 
[Sot.] bie Srii|lmiir}er, bn^ ©mijrnenfraiit. 

Alexander's- foot, [35ot.] ber SSer; 

tvam, bnfi ©pcid^elfrniit. 

Alexandrian, allegzan'drean, 
adj. jii Sllcrnnbria gdjorig, nlerniibrinirc^. 

Alexandrine, aiicgzan'drin cob. 
Alexandrian)*, ["ipoci".] ber9lle,ranbriner. 

Alexandrine, adj. nlcranbrinird). 

AlexipliariuiC , alek.scfir'uiik, 
(gr.) "dj. al6 ©cgcngift bieneiib. 

Alexipliarinic, s. bnS fflegengift. 

Alexiterital, alek.<cter'rckal 

AlexiteriC, allk.seter'nk, 

Alexiterial, alcksctc'real, 
(gr. alexo), adj. giftnbtrcibeub, bent OJifte 
>i)ibcrflc()ciib. Encyc. 

AlexiteriC, *. 1. bnS ©cgeugift; 
©d)iiOnutrel, 23mimf)rung5initte(, 2. (&i6iu. 
fiir) t<ii 6d)ii(igc<}ciit, 3ciif'erflfl)^"f- 

Als'a, ai'ga, (iflt. 2B.) «. [2JDt.] bas 
^B?eergri'i«. 

Alg-arot, al'garot, ) ». [^Keb.] 

Alg-arutli, argar«t/i, 5 bae ^Iga: 
rot()puU'rr. 

Algrates, al'gites, (nngelf. algeats) 
adv. ■■' I. a!-imii<irt5. 2. biird)aii5, bcfTeniiii; 
ge(id)tet. [^ie ^Itlgct'm, a3ud)|liilieiired)niinn. 

Alg-ebra, .ii'jebra, (nmO. 533.) *■ 

Alj^^ebraical, aljchia'ekal, > adj. 

Al?f*^l»****lC» ^Ijcbra'ik, ) (il- 

getrnifd). [gcl'rai|l. 

AliE^eliraist, aijcbra'i.st. n. ber 511: 

Alg-eneb, ai'jcncb, «. [>iIilroii.] id. 
(eiii ©trrii iiucitor (^5rin5e). 

Alg'erine, aijurccn', adj. nigierifd). 
iHMi 9Ugicr, jii ^Jllgier gcljorig. - *■ ber *21U 
gierer. ^ [froilig, eijlg. 

Alm-'<l7 al'j'd. (dU. algidus) adj. fair, 

Alm'idity, aij!<r<lcie. } t. bie finite, 

AI;;;'idne.«<N, ai'juliies.^ ber Si^oil. 

Al^-ific, aijit'fik, adj. fniteiiD, 8-ro|1 
ucrurrfl-dn'iib. Ibiifenfopf/ ^<i^ ■0}icbiirciil)niipt. 

Alg-ol, al'gol, «. ['■KiTriMi.] bcr '»?e: 

Al^ur, ai'gor. (int. 2D.) «. l^^SPui.} 
^ie iiiigcuu'l}iiiid)e fiiiire in irgciib eiiicm 
i()ei(c be* .ULirpcrij. 

Als;'<»risiii, al'g/irixni, ^(nrn6.iQ3.) 

Alji^-uritliiii, ai'g/)r!t/iiii,5 «.bie3aO= 
lciircd)iuiiig. 

Al£f»se, algAse', adj. Ijcftifl fnlt. 

Alj;-*)!!.**, al'giis, (D. alga) adj. jinn 
Seegrafe grljorig, wll I'oii ©cegrn$, luie 
©eegrn^. 

Al|»riiazil, algwa^il', (fpan. 2D.) *• 
[Spaitifiil ^fr Oligiinril,, $iard)fr, ®d)ergr. 

Allialontide, ^lliat-luntidc, ^ *■ 

AUioliautide, aihol-latttide,5l^n= 
Irii^ftJ bcr lafl '2Ulfrl;eilnjeii. 



ALl 

Allieal, al'hele, s. [<Sot.] bic StAft* 
tvmrjef. The down's -, tns (^31iebfraut. 

Aliienna, aihen'na , (mid) Al- 
kennn) s. [Sot.] Id. (3Irt ipnrtriegel). 

Alllidada, alheda'da, (fr. alidade) 
*. [(sjeotn.] bn^ Diopterliiienf. 

Aliant, a'leant, f. Alien. 

Alias, a'leas, (Int. as.) adv. I. fonfl, 
nnbcrs. 2. [9?ed)Wrpr.] - capias, ein luie* 
bcr(;?Iter aSerljnftiSbefef)!. 

Alibi, al'IbJ, (lat. 2C.) *. [9?ed)tfifp«j] 
trni ^llibi (QlnbergiuD, bie ^Itimeffiiljeit). 

Alible, al'cbl, (lat. allbilis) adj. I. 
naljrenb, na()r()aft. 2. nal)r('ar. 

Alicant, aickant', s. I. [(sjcpgr.] 
3llicante. 2. ber 2llicant;aBein. [G-Ife. 

Alice, ai'is, «.. (gjamc) SUeria, Olfe, 

Alien, ale'yln, (lat. alien ns, gr, 
allo.s) adj. 1. fremb, ati^lanbifd). 2. ± mA)t 
l;erge()5ri3, unangemeffen; (to ober from) 
frcnio (ciner <Sad)e). 

A 1 i e n - b i 1 1 , (g-ngl.) bie Slu^Imibernfte. 
A 1 i e n - d u t y , ((Jngl.) bcr ^mpotl. 

Alien, s. l. ber Sreiiibe, 21u«lanber. 
2. i bcr grembe, ltn6efannte, Qinet, bet 
mit iin« in feiner 25er(jinbnng jleljt. 

Alien, ) v. a. i. oeraufiern. 2. 

Alie'ne, ) (from) aOiuenben (uon), 
a&geneigt tnad>en (einer (Badjc) 

Alienability, aleyenabil'et^, «. 
bie a5crau(3erlid)feit. ^ [aiiperlid). 

Alienable, ale'ylnabl, adj. uer» 

Alienag-e, ale'yenije, *. ber 3u» 
jlanb , ta Qtmn6 , ©iner fremb ob. nufilan* 
bifc^ ift. 

Alienate, ile'yenate, (lat. alienare) 
v. a. 1. uenuipcrn (ein 25efi(jtfj.). 2. ± (from) 
(Jinetn nbiuenbig, nbgcncigt mad)eM, ent* 
frcniben; a(>jiel)en, n&iBcnbcn (bie .^cr,jL'n 
ion ©inem). 3. jn einetn anCcrn (s^cOrauc^* 
anmcnben, aiif bie ©cite fdjaffeij. 

Alienate, adj. i. iicraiijjert. 2. i 
cntfrenibct, atgcncigt, entferut; (fiom) ab> 
geiuanbt (oon), entfrenibet ((Finciu, finer 
'S)ad)e) ; -from truth, ciii Jeitib ber'iGafjrIjcit. 

Alienate, a. berS-rfuibe, 5liiiManber. 

Alienation, aleyena'sliun, «. £iie 
25ernu0ernng (taS aSerangcrii; 25iTaupert» 
fcin). 2. i a) bie aibmeubnng (bei< iper^en^), 
©ntfrembnng; 9U>neignng, 9I('gcnclgrI)cit. b) 
- Ob. - of mind, bcr 2Cal;n|1inn, bieiScrnirft« 
()cit, 23crriirtnng. Hooker. 

Alienator, ale'ycnatur, s. bcr^i'r> 
liiifjcver. 

Alienee, aleyenc', s. ber, an unldjcn 
ein litel obcr cine 93efi(jiing I'craiijjcrr iurr< 

Den ill. Bl.ACKSTONE. 

Alienism, ale'vlnizm, s. ber 3"' 

itanb , tia man ein Sin^lanber i|l. 

Aiife, Alife', (a ^rfr. n. life fur on 
my life) ado. -J- \o \)>al)V id) Icbe. In prive 
a'life. fur mcin Ceben gem. Smak. 

AliTeroiiS, altpenis, ^ (Int. all. 

Alig^eroilS, alidje'urus,^ fcr, ali- 
geri adj. grfliigflt. I^figclartig. 

Aliform, aTeform, adj. l^luat.] 

Alij^ffe, alig'. V. a. r 1. niffcrlcgeti, 
nicDcnyrrfen. 2. f bejiuingrn , niircriiu'ivfn. 

AliSj;'llt, aliie', (angt'lf. aiihian, ge 
lihtiin, lihlan) v. n. 1. (from) l^rrnieber* 
llfigcn , nbilcigcn , abfiijen ( roni IBageii, 
'ipfrrbc). 2. (at^ nb|lcigcu (in ctiieni S^a\it 



F?.lP. f?ir, fall. fat. IVU. iiipf. Fine. fin. NA, move. ii6r, got. 8'], cl6ud. TAhe, tub. fnll. l//in. Tllis. "iO 



ALl 

3. (on) l;criatten (u6et (Fhvrtfi) ; nieberfnffctv, 
^erabfiiden (auf>. 4-. ftci) nieberlafren, l)eruti: 
tetfommen , iiiet'erffluern. 

Alike, alike', (a ?prfj;. U. like) adj. 
Oleid) , al)nlid). [love — , ivicberlieben. 

.Arlike, ndt>. I. gleid>. 2. ivieber. To 

A I i k e - m i II d e d , adj. (lleidjijejllUlt. 

Aliment, al'llment, (gr. II. btt. alo) 
«. tcr Unrerl)iilt, Hie ©ptife, >Jinl)ruiiij, 6a6 
gutter. Oliligation of — , (Scoli law) Me 
naturlidje -.Serpflidjtunn bcr 91eltcrii, iljrcii 
JliuBerii fie M&tl}i.]c 5?nhrimii jii reidjeii. 

Aliinental, allemen'ial, adj. naf): 
tent>, iml^rhafi. adv. Aliuie n't ally, niif 
ejiic luiljrfiiCe -Keiie. 

Aiiiiientariness, allimln'tari 
B«t, *■ tif 'Tiiiljrfjiiftigffit. 

Alimentary, allemen'tarl, adj. 1. 
iiir •Waljruiifl gcljorifl. 2. nii^rtnb, nal)rl)aft. 
3. e#bar. 

Alimentary condiicti, p(. [^Inflt.] tit 
©peifer&Ijrcii. - canal, [3ln<it.l ter Doriii. 
fonni, Me diniiro^re. - law, en* 95er; 
ljjIeguiia?OiM'cij- [lUifl.Kt. 

Alimentary, t. fcie SBrrvffcniii'3*= 

Alimenttttiun, alleuienid'aliun, 
«. 1 bic 9tiil)rl).ifti(ifcit, >JiiiI)rfmft. 2. bn^ 
0eiiAf)rrmer&en bur(t) SliTlmilntioii bed Ijiii- 
jugefi'mmeiifii ®tpffe«. Uacok. 3. bit Gt: 
nnfjriiiitj, aSiTptfcnmifl, bcr Unterljiilt. 

AliinctniOUS, allini6'ueus, adj 
nSljrciib , iial)rljnft. 

Alimony, ariimunni,«.[9;e(^f<|Vr.] 
ttt Uiuerfjiilt , Me 5lltinentnrion (einer uoii 
\\fct\n ■TOntine (jetrennten %xa\i). Blackst 

Aliped, al'iped, (Int. ala u. pex) 
pJiUiirG.j adj. flfpfiflelt - *■ bn« gelluacUe 
Ob. iiitt finer Jiuijijntu ucrfe^ciie Oiifeft. 

Aliquant, al'lekwont, (dit. aliqiian 
ta«) adj. I'Jlritl^.] nfiqiiant. 

Aliquot, al'likwot, ((at. <n}.) adj 
l^lrttl).] ali.inct. [Mortimeu. 

Alisii, Alr'inli. adj. ^(artig , ivie 91el. 

Alison, ai'lisun, J. (9fame) C^Iifii: 
ttt\)A)tn, CfK'rf^cii. 

Aliture,.al'liu)iure. «.bie 9fA^rting. 

Alive, alive', (a ^nif. II. live, niigelf. 
lliiaii) adj. 1. ifbciiMg, am Seben. 2. l 
a) Hifitig. b) lff>enbig, IrO^iift, munter. c) 
ffiljimb , eiiipfiubfiiin ; to be - to . . , (S'trofl* 
lebhnft filMcn ob. etnpflnben. 

To be -, nort) am Sebcii fciii. No man-, 
ftin OTann in ber 2Belf. The be«t man -, 
ber beile 'Wiinii uon ber SOcft. To keep -, 
nufrf(t)t, rc;ie erljartcn, iti(f)t niiSgefjeii lnf|cii. 
. Alkaliest, al'kahest, (arnb.) «. 
[(Fl^em.l b(i5 -Jllfn^eft. Ewcyc 

Alkalientic, ai'kalilitik, adj. niif: 
Itfeiib , icrthfileiib. 

AlkaleNcency, alkSlls'slnsi, «. 
bie 5lifnlf?ii-nj, 5aiil:(yii1iniiig. 

Alkalescent, alkales'slnt, adj. 
[(Fljcm.] alfnle«jirenb, in %a\\\Qaf)mn^ ilbers 
(jt-^fnb. 

Alkali ,^al'kalc, (nnib. TO.) pf. A I k a- 

Alcali,^lies, s. {(5\)en\.\ Mi ^Kfali, 
Snugfiifali. Volatile -. [(Fl)cm.] |riltf)tigf« 
aifrtd. [in fin 9((fati uenvniibcln. 

Alkalify, alkaicft, v. a. [(Fl^ein.) 

AlkaiiTy, v. n. riii ^(fali roerben. 

Alkalij^enous,alkalid'j^nus,arf;. 
rtn MIfali fjen'prbringcub ob. erieuOf"I>- 



ALL 

Alkaliineter, alkaUni'melur, «. 
{<l\)tm.\ bii5 'Jllfalimcrcr. Ure. 

Alkaline, al'kalln, adj. [(Et)eut.] 
alfiilinifit) , olfaiift^. [bie ailfalinitnt. 

Alkalinity, alkaini'iicte,4. [(El)em.] 

Alkalizate, al'kaUzate, p. a, t 
[(Jfjein.) nlfaltftrcn. Newton. 

Alkalizate, adj. [CTf^eni.] alfali: 
nifd), alfalifcf), alfnlifirt. 

Alkalization, alkalez4's)iun, s. 
[(?l)cm.] bie Slifalinning. [nlfalifireii. 

Alkalize, al'kalize, v. a. [(Ei;ein.] 

Alkaner, arkamiiir, «. [Xec^n.J bie 
^niifenMafc, ber ■TOiinblcim. 

Alkanet, al'kanet, «.' [!8ut.] bie 
rotI)e ober ipanifdje iOdjfenjuuge. 

Alkekeng-i, aUoken'je, », ['■Qot.] 
bie 3iibenfirfd)e. 

Alkeiina, alken'na, f. Al henna. 

Alkeriiies, aikcr'mez, (arab. ^53.) 
*. [^Ipljarni.] ber ^erniedbeenaft, bie ^tx-. 
meflatmcrge. Encvc. 

Alkerva, alklr'va, «. [!5Dt.J ber 
2Dimberbantn , Sreujbaiiin. 

Alkoran, ai'koian. (arab.) t. [mul). 
3iel.] bcrfloMn, 91lfprau. [^oranSucrc^rer. 

Alk<iranist, al'kuranist, s. bcr 

AlkuK-sa, alkiis'xa, s. eineiUrtj^ifcf^e. 

All, ^11, (angeff. eal; gr. holo«; lat 
ulliis) adj. 1. ader, afle, aWti. 2. gaiij. 

With - 8peed, in after (J^ile. By all 
meant, ti foffe Kat ti lUL'fle, biird)nii«, 
rc^jlfdjtcrbingfi, aiif a((e SBcife. Once for - 
ein ffir nfle -OTal. For good and -, 1 
giinj iiiib gar. 2. auf linnicr. For - the 
world, I. fur 3I(Iea in ber SSJelt, biir(f)uii6t 
2. ger.ibe. At -, iibernH, biircfjau^. Not 
at -, ganj unb gar ni(()t. You and -, il;r 
freifirf) nii(^, u. @ie and). Nothing at 
gariJiii^tS, tm ®ering(len iWic^tS No where 
at — , nirgenbd. He has no ambition at — , 
er fjat gat feinen (Jhrgeij. Has he any pro- 
perty at -? (jat er ant^ einige* SBonnogen? 
Fife -, six -, [©pief] fi'nif oiif fi'inf, fed)ij 
nuf fe(^$. — and some, a((e jiifiininien. 
Spenser. He is - my care, er itt ber &(■■ 
genjlanb at(et mciiicr ©urgen. 'Ti.s - one , 
e6 ift »ilfle« cin«, einerlei , glcic^ uiel , gleid); 
gilttig. 'Tis - one to me, ti gilt niir 3l(lci5 
g(cid). If that be -, rociin'* wciter'TiidjtS iil. 

All, ». 1. ta& QJoMje, mti. 2. pi. a; 
9l((e. b) 9lfre auf eiiimnf, 9lfle jurammen. 

When — comes to — , when — is done, 
after-, atn Qnit. - i» well! [>5J?nr.l 
guteSDac^e! My -, ineiu9If(e«, tucinSetjte^. 
To be-in — with any one, bei O'^""'!'^ 
9I((eS gelten, Slllefi in Slflem fcin, A tree 
fell, ne.st, eagles and -, ein 33num fTilrjre 
um, famnit ^lefl, 9lbfcrn u. bcm llebrigen. 
- and every one, 91flii iuSgcfnmnit n. Offer 
inSbefbnbere. To be — for one's self, fid) 
felbit Side* fein; niir auf feinen eigencn SBw-- 
tf)eil bcnfeii. [i>eriicrt 'Mti. 

Prov. All covet — lose, roer Wlei mill, 
All, adv. 1. gan), ganjlid), voflig. 2. 
einjig, aflciu. 3. ? ob. » gernbe. 4.«obroo()[. 
All along, I. innuerfort, bie gnnje 3fit 
liber, cntlangft. 2. bcr Sange unrf). 3. adcnt; 
I)ai6en. - over, 1. biird) unb burd), gunj 
H. gar. 2. uberad; - over the town, in 
bcr gnnien ©tilbt. To read a book — over, 
ein 5)urt) gatij burd)lefen. - hid! tin -Uwis' 



ALL 

ruf ber ^inber beitn Serfterf fpicl. A 1 1 at 
once, - of a sudden, ptotjlic^, iiuf ein Will. 
It is not - a case, ei i|l nidjt ganj bajjeife. 

- in the wind, [War.] fillenb (oon ttw <2e. 
gedl). You are— in the wind! [War.] oiMU 
533inbe abgefjatten. - too dear, f oici iu 
tt)tutr. - the better, utn fo bcfjer, bcfto bcffcr. 

All, ott... fonimt (jaufig in 3nfamnicu. 
fe^nngen oor, inci|lcn3 ? ob. i, luie: 

All-aba n'doned, adj. uoil Wltn VtT-. 
lafTen, nfluertafycn. --abhor'red, adj. 
oon 9lfJen oerabfdjent. - - a c c o m'p l i « h e d, 
adj. oon ganj uofJenbeter 23ilbung. - -ad- 
ni i'r i n g , adj. aribeiuunbernb. - a d v i's c d, 
adj. uon 9lflen berat^en. --appro'ved, 
adj. uon Olden gebidigt. - -ato'ning, adj. 
Miei abbi"if5enb, 9ifle5 oergiltcnb ob. erfefjenb. 
--bea'rlng, adj. ^Ulei tnigcnb ob. t)tv> 
oorbringenb, adtragcnb; - -earth, bit 
■■M : Wutter ©rbe. - - b e a n't e o u «, adj. 
OodfOIUmen fc^on. - -beho'lding, adj. 
adfetjenb. --blas'ting, adj. WXti oep« 
fcngenb ober »ernic^tcub, aduerreugenb. 
- -boun'teous, - -boun'tiful, adj. 
adgutig. - - c h a n'g i n g , adj. fic^j be(lau> 
big ueranbernb. --chee'ring, adj. oder> 
frcuenb. — -comman'ding, adj. adgc» 
bieteiib. — -eoniply'ing, adj. in aden 
®ti"irf f n midfafjrenb. --compo'sing, adj. 
adOerul;igenb, aderiiuicfenb. --conce'a- 
ling, adj. adocrt'crgcnb. - -con'que- 
ring, adj. ^SWti beficgcnb. - - c o n's c i o 11 s, 
adj. adbeioufjt. - - c o n s t r a'i n i u g , adj. 
•Udcij binbcnb ob.jiuingenb. --cons u'hi i n g. 
adj. aduerjeljrenb. - -da'ring, adj. gjdei 
luagenb. — -destroy'! ng, adj. 9[de5 jcr« 
iKirenb. — -devou'ring, adj. adofrj 
l'd)Iingenb, adocrjcI;renb, "Mti i-crjel)rcnD. 

- -dim'niing, adj. 9lde5 oerbuufelnb. 

- disco v'e ring, adj. 9ldc5 entbcrteu> 
ob. entfjlldcnb. — -disgra'ced, nrf/. gailj 
ucrungnabet, ganj enter;rt ob. gcfdjanbc:. 

- -dispen'sing, arf;". I. 9Ide« au^fpcnbcnb, 
ndfpenbenb. 2. gan^ lofifprec^jenb ob. liberfjo 
bcnb , <Fr(aubni(5 geiuiifjrenb. - - d i v i'n e , 
adj. gi3ttlid), (jmimfifc^, ^od)ft oortrefflid?. 
--divi'ning, adj. ada^nenb; 9Il(c« iuei5« 
fagenb. --dread'ed, adj. adgcfiird)tet. 
- -effi'cien t, nd;. adlBirffam. — -el'o- 
qnent, adj. adbercbt, f)i!id)fl bercbt. 

- -embra'cing, <m//. aduinfoffenb. — en'- 
ding, adj. 2Jde« enbigcnb. - -enli'gh tu- 
ning, «(//. aderleudjtenb. --enra'ged, 
adj. ()i>d)tt ob. gaiij mtlt^enb. - - f I a'm i n g, 
adj. in nden 9(id;tungen pamnicnb. 

- -fool's-day, *. ter erfle 9lpri(. — for- 
giv'ing, adj. nttocrgebcnb. --fours, 
ail-forz', J. fi. 1. (9irt itartcnfp.) afie 
iBicre. 2. <x{(, adv. To go on -, auf aden 
ajicren gef)cn. --giv'er, *. ber aidgebcr. 

- -good', adj. oodfommen gut. --good', 
*. ['Bot.] ber ©anfefu^. - -gra'cious. 
adj. adgi'itig, adgnabig. - - g u i'd i n g , adj. 
aUlcitenb. --hail, ill-hale', m/er/. 5peil! 
— *. baSipeil. —v.a. begrililen. — -hal'low, 
--hal'lows, a. [rom. fat(;. i?ird)f] Sldcrs 
f)eiligen, bcrlag ader ^eiligen. — ha I'l o w n, 
*. bie 3eir inn 91derl)ciligen. — -hal'low- 
t i d e . «. Die 3eit iini 9lderf)ciligen. --ha p'p y, 
adj. oodfontnicM gliirflirt). - - h e'a I . *. \^vx.\ 
eine Qlrr (yiicbfraiir; bii' firiifmniri'l. 

- -healing, adj. 9l!lc« l)CiUMlD, aHf)CiU"U">. 



30 Ti'iie. f?ir, f^il, fat. M4, met. Fine, fin. N6, ni6ve, n6r, got, 6il, cl6Ad. Ti'ibe, tub, fuM. t/iin, THls. 



ALL 

All-hel'ping, adj. Wtn fjtiftnt. — hi'- 
ding, arfy. affuerbergcnb. --hon'ored. 
ailj. aUvetei)rt, I'onSlffen geef)rt. — h u r't i n g, 
(idj. •mtki uerberfeeiib uber ()efcf)n6iocn&- 

- -i'dolizing, adi. MeS oer<i&tternb. 
- -im'itating, adj aifleS nact)n()tticnb. 
- -in'teresting, adj. \fb(i)\\ inttXt^MlX. 

- -inter'preting, arfj. nUbCUtenb 

- -jiidg'ing, adj. 9UIc6nc^tenB. --just' 
a<lj. ndgcrcdf^t. --kind', adj. ofigiitig. 

- - k n o'w i n g , adj. ndiuiffcilb. — - 1 i'c e n- 
sed, adj. juMtm bcred^tiflt. - -lov'ing, 
o((/. nfUiebcnb. — -ma'king, adj. afird)nf: 
ft'llb. - -matu'ring, adj. McS reifenb Db. 
jcitiflcnb. — nier'ciful, «rfj.n((6armf)crjtg. 
- -mur'dering, adj. 3ltte« t&btcilb Db. 
jcrilorenb. — obe'dient, adj. gehorfani; 
ller, ge()i>rfam|lc. - -obliv'ious, adj. 
gillee uerncffciunncfjctib. Shak. — obscu'- 
ring, adj. 3J(Ie6 uerbunfelnb. - - p n't i e n t, 
adj. nflgebulbii] , 91fleS ol;ne ^Kurren ettv([- 
(Jf lib. — - p e n'e t r a t i n g . adj. 9ltlc6 buvd): 
briiincnb. - -per'fect, orfj. gniij uodfiiiii: 
tnen. - -per'fectness, *. bie 55o(Ifinii: 
nienf)eit be« e3anjcn, gnnjlic{)e a3oHftiiiiiiien; 
hcit. - perva'ding, arf/. 9IUc6 blircf); 
bringcnb. — pier'cing, adj. 'iiUei biircf): 
bringcnb. — -pow'erful, adj. nllmadjtig. 
--pra'ised, arfy. i>on SlUfii gepric'tii, nllge: 
priefeii. — -ru'ling, arfj. ai(fe6 beherrfitcnb, 
fidmnttenb. - -saga'cious, adj. l;od)|l 
fcfjiirffinilig. —-saints Db. — saints-day, 
t. [roin- t<itt}- ^irc^ej 9lf(er(;eiligen , bcr log 
eitlcrljeiligen. — - s a n e't i f y i n g , adj. aides 
(jeiligcnb. — sa'ving, orfy. 9Ille8 rettcnb; 
flnbciuntjrenb; ntlfelig nind)enb. - -sear'- 
cliing, adj. 3lKe« biirdf^briiigenb ob. burd)' 
ll>lil;(cnb. - - s e e'i n g, arf/.nll|cf)f lib. — - s e'e r, 
f. bcv 2lflfc(;er, ©iner, ber 2lflc6 ficljt. 

- - 1. h a'k i n g , a<^'.nffcrrcf)lif tcrilb. - - s li u n'- 
ned, adj. uoii 2lIIcii geiiiieben ob. gefTDtjen. 
--soulsrday, all-solz-da', *. (roill. fntl). 
fiirdje] bcr Ing nfrer ©eeleti (aud) a I Is o u 1 s> 
-.'spice, «. [23Dt.] 1. bie 65en)i'iriiielfe. 
2. ber $iiiient, ©peicreipfeffer. - -spice- 
tree, a. l^ot.] bct 03eiuiirjtie(fenOnum. 
- -suff i'ciency, a. [Z()cd(.] bie airige> 
nugfanifcit. — - su f f i'c i e n t , a) adj.[2i)eiA.] 
nngeniigfam. b) «. bai atlgcnugrnine 2Be|'eti, 
©Ott. — -surroun'ding, adj. ^Ue6 lllll; 
(jebenb. — -survey'ing, adj. 3l(Ic8 fiber; 
blirf cnb. - - s u s t a'i n i u g , adj. nderfjalteiib, 
•Meg frngenb. --tel'ling, adj. 3J(led per: 
breitenb ub. nu^fngenb. — -tri'um piling. 
adj. iibernll ober iibcr 3lfle5 fiegenb. 
-- w a t c h'e d, flrf/.i'ibernfj beiurtdjt. — w i's e, 
adj. nflmeife. - - w i ft e d , adj. nflpcrflnnbig. 
- -wor'sliiped, adj. n(fliercl;rt. — wor'- 
t li y , orf/ Doii fpdjflem ob.unenbIi(^)eiii2Bert()e. 

Allag-ite, al'lajiie, ». ['J)diiera(g.] 
bcr aitlngit. 

All-a-inort, Jll-a-mort', adj. 1. 
oiifjcr 5-iiffiing, ueriuirrt. 2. bctrubt. 

Allanite, al'lanite,«. [^:)}2incra[g.] 
ber ildanit. 

Allantois, allantois', ^ (gr.) a. 

Aliantoid, aiiantiud', I [ainnt.J 
bflf $»nrii()miff^eii , 2Biirit(;niitt^en. 

Ailatrate, al'lanaie, dat.allatrare) 
V. a. nnbcllcii, (iiifiiiirrcii. 

Allay, alia', (a 'il.nfr. II. lay) v. a. I. 
(chni., itl}t alloy) pcriiiifcteii, ucr)ci^eii, 



ALL 

[TOunjip.] fegiren, befcftirfen (ein «WetflH). 
2. i a) fd)ii!nd)en, pcrminbern, b) nin^igen, 
linbcrn, (li(len(b.3orn2c.),bftmpfen, befnnfti-. 
gen; c) niiibern, bnmpfen (eine ©mire, 
©rfjnrfe) -v. n. ± fid} legcn, nnrf)IniTen, 
nbne()meti, j. 35, the tempest allays, ber 
©tiirni legt fic^, [periiiird>eii. 

To - wine with water, SlDein tnit SKflfTe'' 
Allay, *. I. bie SBermifc^img, 25cr: 
re^jiiiig; ['Dfrinjm.] bie Scgirung, ber BumtJ- 

2. 1 a) bcr (Jlerfen , bie aSeimifdjimg. b) bie 
•DJfilberutig , 9)?ngiguiig, Sinberimg ©i^roiv 
diiiiig. 3. [^f)i)f.] bie ©ct)iuarf)iing , ^JKilbc; 
rung (bcr garbcn k,), Newton. 

To give - to, niibern, timpigen, fcf)iua-- 
djcii (e-tiunfi). Without -, iingeniif4)t , 
Dfjiic 3ufn$, n(t)t, lautet. 

Allayer, alla'ur, a. 1. bcr Segirenbe, 
©d)ii)ad)ciibc, Cinbenibe, ?(Kneigeiibc. 2. tai 
SinberuiigSiiiitfer; bnfi ©c^ipiid)eiibe, Smii; 
pfcube, bns, luns fdjwadft, jlillt, bmiipft. 

AUayment, alla'ment, a. I. 
fWiiiijn).] ber 3ufn^, bie Scgirung i,einc« 
^Dfctnn^). 2. bie 'I^filberung (tiiier©iiurc ic.) 

3. bie Oinbcriiug, Dnnipfung (t>c6 ©djmcr; 
3enfi !c.) ; sKur)e. Shak. 4. bnS Cinberungg: 
iiiittel. 

To give- to.., GtipaS linbcrn, pcrringcwi. 

Allblaze, illblaze', «, ber SBarinc: 
bei)rtlter. 

Alle, al'l^, *, [Drnitf;,] ber tfcine 9((f . 

Aliect, allekf, (Int. allectare) v. a 
+ (I'liieljcn, niilDcfen, [2Inrcijung, Socfung 

Allectatioo, alllkta'slmn, «. bie 

Allective, allen'tlv, adj. f nnlDf; 
fcnb , nnjie(;enb, perfi!if)rerir(ft. Chaucer 

Allective, a. f bie QlnlDcfung, SBer^ 
Uiljrung. Eliot. 

Alleg'ation, allegi'shun, a. 1, bie 
9lnfiil)i'ung (ciner ©tefle 2C,)j iSorbringung 
(fine* SBDnunnbeg ic), 2, bie !8c()nuptnng; 
bie bf(;«iptcte ©ncfte, ber ©n^, 3. bie nnge 
fiif)rte ©telle, Sliigabc. False — , bie Uiirid); 
tigfeit. 4. bie Qlufircbe, Gntfdjulbigiing, 9Ju5; 
fl[ud)t, bcr 9Sormnnb. 5. [gcifir, &evi(^t6i).] 
bie fL^rnilid)e illngc, 

Alleg-e, i alledje', <fat. allegare) 

Alledg-e,^ v. a. l. nnfiK^ren, beibrin; 
gen (c.l6 Sciucifi ic). 2. beljoupten (einen 
<Baly, bcjn[;en. 

Alleg-eable, allldje'abi, adj. -f 
anffil}rti(ir (nI6 (5'ntrd)Ulbigung Jc). Brown. 

Alleg-eiiient, alledjc'ment, a. f 
f. Allegation, 

Alleg'er, } allldje'ur, s. Oilier, ber 

Alle(lg°er,^ nnfi'if^rt, bc(;auptct. 

Alleg-eas,^ alle'jeas, a. id,, ein 

Alleg-ias, 5 oflinbiic^cr 3eiio. 

Alleg°iance, alle'janse, a. I. Irene 
unb (yeljorfaiu (bcr llntertfjancii). Oath of 
-, bcr eib bcr Irene, ^ulbignngScib. 2. i 
bie &rge6eu(;cir (iin 9lflg.), 

To do — , (jnlbigen. To pay one's — to , ., 
©inein ()urbigcn. [flc()Drfam. Shak. 

AIIe;;-iant, aiie'jant, adj. -f tren u. 

Allegoric, allegor'rik, ^ .. 

Alleg'Orical, allegnr'rekal,^ 
ndegLHifd), ftnnbilblid), -adv. Allegor'- 
icn I ly, =. 

A lI«g-oriCaInes.<« , allegnr'i ckal- 

nes, *. bie aIleflDfi|"d)eG-igeni'd;aff, bafi^Ulc; 
ODrifd)e, i 



ALL 

Alleg-orist, ai'iegor'st, *. ber Wt> 
gorift bcr gcrn SBilber gcbrniid)t. 

Alleg-orize, al'legorue, ». a. 6i[b» 
lict uDrtriigen, ucrfleljcn Db. erflnren, ofle. 
gDrifiren. 

Alleg-orize, v. «. bilbfid), in 53ir. 
bern reben , fid) in 53irbcrn nnebrncfen. 

Alleg-Ory, al'l^g^rr^, (gr. allegoria) 
a. bie finnbilblic^e diebe, 9Jf[pgorie. 

Alleg-retto, allegret'ti, (p. it. 
allegro) a. [^yiuf.] ta& aiHcgrctto. - adv. 
ndegrcttD. [gro, lutlig, miinter. 

Alleg-ro, aii^'gro, (it. SSo.) adj. ndc. 

Alleg-ro, *. mur.] ba« 9!di-grD. 

Alle jars, ali^'jlrz, «. Onbnfl.] ein 
oflinbifd)er 55iUiniipDircnjeng, 

Allelujali, aiielii'ya, (^ebr, SB,)*. 
1. MS 5pnf(cluin[;, 2. [SBot,] ber 95u(f)(impfe», 
©an erf fee, 

Allemand, aimand', ) (fr. 3D,) 

Almain, al'mane, ^ a. bie ^2I(> 

reniiinbe, ber benffd^e tnnj. [ndeninnnifc(>, 

Allemannie, alleman'nik, adj. 

Allerion, aller'eon, a. [^erlb ] ein 
aiblcr D^ne ©c^nnbel ob. ^ii^e, niit nn«ge» 
breitetcn S5'''3«''i- 

AUeveur, allivur', ». eine ffcin* 
rc^mebit"d)e ^fJfunje (nngef. = I cent). 

Alleviate, llle'veate, (t. allevare) 
0. fl, crtcirf)tern, niifbern, linbcrn, 2. f uer» 
tninbcrn, peningern (ein SSergetjen ic). 

Alleviation, allevea'shun , a. 1, 
bie (?r(eid()terung, *B?ilbcrung (iU ©d)tner« 
jen« JC), 2. bai SinbcrungSniittel. Qtk'td)' 
tcriingStnittel, [Sinberungsjiuittet. 

Alleviative, alle'veaiiv, a. t bai 

Alley, al'le, (fr. alle'e) *, 1. bcr 9nft» 
gnng, bie 2ldee, 2, t)a6 (yagd)en. A turn- 
again — , bnS ©ncfgngd)cn. 3. ein Drt in 
SonbDU, mo ©trtnt«pflpiere u. Slftien (jefnuft 
u, pcrfniift lucrben, 

Alliaceons, aiica'^hus, adj. md) 
SnMnud) ried)cnb, fnobtaudjnrtig. 

Alliance, alll'anse, (fr, SSo.) a. 1. 
bn6 !6nnbnig, ber SBunb, bie Qldinnj, 2, bie 
93crfd)>ungernng, 25eripnnbtfc()nft, 3," bicSSer* 
lunnbtcn, Addison, [pcrbinben. 

To make an -, 1. fid) pertnnl)lcn. 2, fid) 

AUiant, alij'ant, a. f ber ^unbc$< 
gcnoffc, aifliirte, Wotton. 

Alliclioly fur Melancholy. Shak. 

AUicienCy, alllsh'ylnse, (Ult. alii- 
cere) a. f i'^W-^ ^'^ 3lu3icf;nng«frnft, 

AUicient, allJsh'ylnt, a. f l'$i)\}f.] 
ber nn}ief)enbc ^prper, Robinson. 

Allied, aiiide', adj. I. perbunben, 
nUiirt, 2, pcripanbt. 

Allig°ate, al'leg&te, (lat. ligare u. 
ad) V. a. jnfninnicnbinben, perbinben, per* 
cinigen, pcrfniipfen. 

Allig-ation, allegi'shiin, a. 1, iai 
SScrfniipfen, bie S3erbinbung, 93crfniipfuni). 
2. [9Irit().] bie 3II(igation6rege(. 

Allig-ator, allega'tur, a. l3oot.] ber 
aidigntor, ^niinnn, Encvc. 

Alligcature, alllg'atshure, a. bai 
23nnb, bie 5»<ie, 

Allineinent, alline'ment, a. 1, b<l6 
9U'rd)iiiiren; bieaibflccfung (ciner Srrn(5e2c,). 
2. bie Cinie, 9feil)e. Asiat. Res. 

AlliotU, al'leoi/i, a. [21|lroi.i.] id, 

Allision, allizh'un, (lat. altido) «- 



FAte. far, fall, fat. M*, met. Fine, fin. NA. move. n6r. got, 6il, ci6i'i.l. TAbe, tub, full. tMn, THis 31 



ALL 

Hr Vn(h>#, SufftntmenfJoP, SInrourf (Don 
itorpern, iti ''Xfitttti (jcfjen Me £i!tfle). 

Alliteration, aiiiteri'shun, Hat 
ad u. liriera) t. [&tamm.] He 9J(literrtHon. 

Alliterative, allit'eritiv, adj. 
lOJrnmtn.] alliterflttp. 

Allocatiuil) alloki'shun, (I. allo- 
caie) «. $ bit ipin)uftlguii() , 5?injutf)uun() ; 
^.U)et 1. [ipnnecl] bie SuIofTung , '^ui- 
iirtljme, j^injiifeOiind (eiiif« 9JrtiMS in eiiic 
9Cid)iiiinfl). 2. tie 5Jfrirf)ri(iimii. 3. tit S8il= 
lulling, &uti)ei^unq, !5rmi(Ii<)ung, ^iinnl^nie 
(eiiift SRec^nung). 4. [ciifll. ©djn^fnttimcr) 
tit "SJinwtifiing iut SBejnIjding. 5. 6ie SEDie; 
bfwrflnttiing. (rnlg.J Cer afloc^rott. 

Allocliroite, ai'l&kr6iie,«. [SSIiiK- 

Allocution, all&kii'thun , ((. alio 
qui) «. Me ^nrebe. 

Allodial, alli'deal, ) adj. 

Aliodian, all6'dean,^ [^fubofr.] 
erbeiflen }in«f'rfi, nflotinf. Blachtoue. 

Allodium, aili'd^um, (Angrtf. • u- 
Irad) *. bn« freie ^bgiit, SWDeium, ©igen: 
gut. ^flDMnlgiit. 

Allong-e, alliindje', (ft. allonger) #. 
I. [Jetfjtf.] ber 91u6flpt. 2. [9feitf.] Me 
iiin<\t gfiiie (cinee 'ipferSre). JoHstow. 

Alluo, alluo'. interj. ^nflof^! 

Aiioo, B. a. II. p. n. (jrtffof) f<f)reien, 
^Me ipiinte burrfj ^inflp^fAreieii) nnljetjen. 

Allopathy, tiVlf>patlii , (gr.) «. 
f-Web.l Me ^fliH'nttjie. Allopath'le, ndi. 
ono\><^tt)ii<f). AI'lopalhiKt, «.bfr'ilflopntl). 

.4llopliane, ai'i^tine , <gr.) «■ 
|-TOiitcrnlg.l ficielnrrigrr 9Jinitnerbenfji)brnt. 

Alloquy, al'lukwe, t. Me SlnreOe, 
b.i« OlniVredjfii. 

Allot, allot', (H $r^f. ti. lot, nnneff. 
Iiloi) ». o. 1 uerd'Pfeii, nuflopfen. 2. btird) 
tii« Coo« AtiMf^eilen, i'ertf)cilen , lUttjtHtn. 
3. iuerfennen. 4. beroiffigen, iugefle()en, er^ 
tijeiicii. 

To be allotted to any thing, I. burtf) 
bn« CoD« Q^tmai bttommtn. 2. Mntf^eil nii 
©•nun* tjnbtn. 

Allotment, allot'ment,) «. 1. bai 

Allottery, aliot'turi. i\ Sop4, ber 
9tiitl)fi(. 2. bie 93frffjeiliiMg ; 91f>tl)et(ung. 

.'tllo^v, all(^&', (fir. allouer) v. a. 1. 
(niid) niit ofi jugeben, einrniimen, flnnef)« 
tmii (ciiieii (5<i5 '.(.). 2. [9te(<)f«(Vr.] be^ 
iviUigeii, gefrcn (Soften K.). 3. n(6 giittig 
niii-rfennen , jnerfennen, 4iigeflcf)en, erfen« 
nrii. 4. flnerfennen, Ipben. Shak. 5. au&: 
ft urn, geben, bemifligen, beflimmen (2of)n, 
O-iiifDinmeii). 6. (any thing u. of any thing) 
biUigen, erfnnben, ivtt)ei^tn (©hun«). 7. 
9C»rffi(f)t nefjnien (aiif G-nunO , na(i)ia(ftn, 
nadjgcten. 8. ndrei^nen (eiiie ©umine &ei' 
btt) , einrec^nen , nbjiefien ; In Slbjug , Qln» 
f(l)(ng bVingen (einen Umftnnbtc). 9.julnflcn, 
erlrtubien, jngeben, uerftntten (©tn>rt« jii tfjun). 
10. begnben, beooflmncftrigen. Shak. 11. 
gjetfnil Qtbtn, oe nljribigen , rectjtfertigcii. 
Shak. 12. roibmen , iveifjen. 13. vcrgiiren, 
luiebrr gut mne^en. 

To - one's self (in), freiroiflig I'rr^nrrcn 
(iii> To - tears, IfjranenjpfJen. Allow the 
wind, log ben Wmb ^erbet, ftelj' ucni SDiiibe 
flbgciDtinbt. Shak. (Go. yoii are) allowed, 
nnerfnnnt fur eiiicn 9?.irrfn , ob. nutj frri 
Uilc< iu fngen. Suak. That will - lue 



ALL 

Te»y worth hia service, tai nitb mi(f| feinem 
Dienfle fef)r empfef)Ien. Siiak. To allow of 
an excuse, eine ©ntfc^ulbigiing ntfi gultig 
nnnel)men pb. genel)nitgen. Allowing for, 
wenn mnn nbredjnet, nicf)t in ainfd)Ing bringt. 

Allowaltle, all6u'abl, a(0'. 1. )U 
(nffig, julngbrtr. 2. ricf)tig, red)tningig, - 
adv. A How 'ably, mit bem 9lnfpnic^e rtuf 
3nliiffigfcit, juingbar, re(f)tnin^ig. 

Allovi'ableness, aiouablnls, <. 
1. bie Suliirrigfeit. 2. bie 9tert)tmngigfctt. 

Alioivance, al^u'anse, «. 1. bie 
^nriiunning (eineS @n§e« zr.). 2. bie 3"= 
inffung, SBerflnttung, G-rlnubni^. Locke 
Shak. 3. bie ®enef)migung, ber IBeifatl, bie 
95ei|limmiing (ju einer Xt)(itfad)e) , ^civifli: 
gung. 4. Me SBergunfligung, ^emifligung, 
ijreiljeit. 5. bnS 9Iu6gefe$te, ber beflimnirc 
Zf)eU; a) bie Stfltion (Q^en u. trinfen). b) 
ber Soljn, &ti)alt. c) bn« ©rfjulgclb. 6. bie 
gSergutung, ber 9Ibjug, bie ©inrrdjnung et> 
net 8umme, 213iebererflnttung (ber llnfoflen) ; 
['OTnr.J bie 91bre4)nung enur lonne won 
jeljn fur ben Slbgnng u. SBerUifl burd) bn6 
•Jlueietfen. 7. ber "Wndjla^, (S-ring, bie ^ad)- 
|i(f)t. 8 t ber gute 9?uf, ^inme. Shak. 

To make - of . ., ©hufl* einraunicn, 
jugeben. To make ob. give — of something, 
(ffiuit* ilberfelien, e« nirfjt fo geimu neljmen. 
To put upon -, [OKiir.] nuf(fIeinere)9?<itio: 
nen befc^ninfen. To give - to one's inclina- 
tions, feinen 9?eigungcn bie 3uflf' W-^i'^ 
liiffetl. To make an - for ., Qtwa6 in 
•21nf(^I(ig bringen, berilcfiic^tigen. To give 
for .., 9'ia(l)fid)t Ijnben niit .. To live with- 
in the i'0ni|,a<is of one's — , fid) in ben (in: 
gciuiefenen Sdjrnnfcn fjnften. There must 
be some grains of — , man niu@ ti uic^t fo 
gcnnu bnntit neljnien. 

Allowance, e. a. [VJiat.] auf (flci. 
nere) SWntionen bef(()ranfen. 

Distress compelled the captain of the 
ship to — his crew. Webster. 

Alloy, alloc', (fr. alliert v. a. 1. 
f a) uerniifc!)en, ucrfc^cn (WctaCle). b) 
[^I'lnjm. ] legiren, bcfrfjirfen. 2. i Mird) 
5Seiniif(()ung uon etiuafi (5)(^(ed)tereni perriiu 
gern, oenninbern , perfc^(ec()tern, perniifc^en, 
oerbinben. 

Alloy, «. I. Me SJerfe^ung, 9itrmu 
fct)unfl (ber ■OKetnfle); [Wfinjiu.J bie ecgi= 
rung, ber Siifrt^. 2. ber (5>cl;ntt (bes ©ilberfi 
Db. (SolbS). 3. i bie i8crniifd)uiig, 9Jcrfd)Iec^! 
tcruiig, ajerntinberung, ber 3iil"<i0. 

Without -, 1. ofjiie SSermift^ung ober 
95eitnird)nng. 2. i nc^t, (nuter. 

Alloyag-e, alloe'aje, «. 1. bie ^e^ 
tfldi'crfe^ung , Cegiruiig. 2. bie 5Rif(^uiig 
oon i'en'd)iebcncn 'OKetnflen. 

Allubescency, allubes'slnse, 
(Int.) *. bie Sajjdigfcit. 

Allude, allude', (tat. alludere) v.n. 
(to) (infpiden (nnf). Allluded to. njornuf 
mnn nngcfpielt (jnt. 

Alluininate, allu'menite, (Int. 

lumen) v. a. i[iinninircn, nu^ninlen. 

Alluiniitur, )'„>, 

• ■• - ,■ j.^ ■, , Jallu'. 

Alluiiiiner, (jr^t Limner)^ 

niciiur. s. ber orinininirfr. 

Allure, allure', (fr. leurrcr) p. o. 

I. (10, ju) nnipffrii, rcisdi, niiroiim, nnrri; 

jcii, fobern, nnftrfrn, nerniiiniTni, bewigiii. 



ALM 

2. to allure forth, nnfoden; ^ernuefbrbem. 

Allure, «. bie Oocffpcife. 

Allurement, allure'mlnt, *. bie 
SD<fung, ber Jfeij, bie ^feijung, SBerfu^runfl* 
(De« 25ergniigenS ic). 

Allurer, aiiu'rur,. s. ber 9lnlP(fer, 
©d)nieirf)Ier, 95crfril;rcr, bie aSerfii()rcrinn. 

Alluring-, alluring, adj. rcijenb, 
fd)iiu'irf)cil)aft, fd)mcid)cln?, (ocfenb. 

Alluring-ly, allu'i'.igli, adv. ip» 
cfenb, reijenc, i'crfiil)rerird). 

Alluring^neK.^, allil-rfngnes, t. f 
bn« lortenbe, reijenbe 2Ceien; bieajerfiidjiiiig, 
23erful)rung, SReijung. 

Allusion, allii'zhun, (fr. allusion) 
«. bie 9lnfpieliing. Burnet. 

Allusive, aiul'siv, adj. niu"pierenb. 
- adv. A 1 1 u ' s i V e I y , =, niif eJiie ucrbecfte 
9lrt. [bie ginfpielcrei, Mi* >!liirpieleiibe. 

Allusiveness, ailu'sivnls, «. f 

Alluvial, allii'vcal, adj. gifluiiinl ... 
nngcfpi'ilt, nngef(<)ii)cinmt (j.23. SBobeii, yjitt 
tnlle). ' KinwAn. 

Alluvion, allii'veun, ) ((nt.) I. 

Alluvium, allu'veuiii,^ bie ^llnipu' 
lung, 5lnfd)H)eintnimg. 2. bnS ?lMgcf(()n)cinmte, 
ber 9Iniuurf. [rd)iucmiiit, nngcfpiilt. 

Alluvions, ailu'vcus, adj. niiget 

Ally, alii', (fr. alller) V. a. (with) U 
oerbinben, i'ereiniflcn(biircftipeirnff), JJreiinb* 
rd)nft). 2. reriunnbt niad)en (Diiigc). 3. ucr» 
bi'inben, nfliircn (SJiJIfer). 

Ally, all!', *. 1. ber SSunbe^gcncffe, 
'Qllliirte. 2. ber 25cnunnbte, greunb. 

Allliacantar, al'maliantur, (nroti. 
^.) «. [-Jlilron.] ber 4?o';eiifrei«. 

AIniacan tar's-staf f, [>!Iflron.] ettl 
nflron. SKerfjeug, uni bci bem 9liif. u. Unr 
tergnnge ber Sonne bie QIbiueid)iing bci 
•OTngnetnnbel )u finben. 

Alinadie, ai'madc, a. i^at.] bit 
Qllmnbie, ein nfrifnnifd)crilnl;n nii«9{inbe te. 

Almag-est, ai'majest, (al nrnb. u. 
gr. megisie) *. ber 9Ilmiige|i. 

Almag-ra, alma'gra, s. [WimXdiQ^ 
bie pcrfi|'d)c (5rbe. 

Almanack, il'mlnak, (nrnb. 2B.) 
f. ber £nlcnber, 9llmnimc^ 

Nautical-, ber ©d)iffsfnlenbcr. --ma- 
ker, ber itnlenbermnc^cr. 

Prov. To make almanacks for th« 
last year, nnd& gert^cljencr Iljnt Debenfen. 

Almandine, arniandine, (fr. 2[i3.) 
s. [^JKiiicralfl.] berfinrfuii.frl- 2flinnnBinrubin. 

Almaria, al'marca, s. pi. ba6 'iivt 
d)iu einer ^ird)e it. ^ 

Aline, al'me.) s. [9legi)pt.] bieStege* 

Alma, ai'ma,) reifbid)rerinn , ®dnge< 
rinn, Innierinn. 

Almena, alme'na, «. [Qlfien] etn 
(iJeiuit^t oiMt 2 'iPfiinben jiini SDiigen bed 
©afrnn«. [u. migho *. bie «!Ulnind)t. 

Almig-lltineSS, ilmi'tenls, (all 

Aiiiiif^'lity, iliiii'ie, ad), ndnint^tig. 

Aliiiig-fity, *. ber'Jlflnind)tige(®ott). 

Almond, a'lnuiid, (fr. niiiaiide, fpnil. 
almendra) *. 1 [3}ot.l ber •OJfniibelbaum. 
2. bie 'Wiinbel (J5riid)r). 3. [■Jin.it.i pi. Mt 
^)?nubeln, 5piil#niniibelii, Cl)rniiiiiinbflii. 4. 
-15irriigiill ein saSriinnnB (iilmnde). 5. 
Srriiiid)in'ibef.J bie iinilaflniiiiibrl. 

Almoud-furnace, lled)a.j t'ilir ^rt 



32 Fate, ffir, fAlI, fat. HU, met. Finp. fin. No, ni6ve. n6r, got, 6il, clond. Tube, tiib, ffill. t//in, TFlis. 



ALJM 

©c^meljofen. Almond- milk, bie SOfatv 
belniilc^. Almond-oil, tft« 93?aiibfl5l. 
Almond-soap, bie 9Kniibcl)cife. Al- 
mond-tree, [58ot.] ber *0?anfce!&aiim. 
Almond-willow, [!Dot.] bie g)?nnbc(! 
weibe. [belbnum. 

Dwarf — , Db. —s dwarf, ber Siuevflmnnj 

AllliOner, arniilnur, (f. Alms) s. 
ber 9l(tncfciipf{cner, 9Ilnii)ri'iiicr. 

Aliiioner^illipy al'munurslup, «. 
b<i« 9IliiiD|"eMaiiit, bie 'Jlliiu'Kiipfleae. 

Almonry, al'munrc. (durf) A.lm'ry) 
(. I. bn5 9l(inoreii(jiiiiS, bie Slniicnpflege. 2. 
bie '2Ci>(;nuii(i cines SllinofenpfleiierS. 

AlM10!«t, al'most, (all tl. most) adc. 
faft, bi'innl;e, fd)uT. Even -, fnil fi'l;r, bc'nu\l)c. 

Alms, aiiiz. (ail{)elf. almes; (]r. elee- 
mosyne; licrill. ainiolgne; fr. aumone) *. 
M& SUniDfen, bie milbe &abe. 

Tenure by free alms, [JJeubnlr.] bnS 
9l(tiiDrengtit. Blackstone. 

Alms-basket, 1. ber9Irnicnfor&. 2. — 
of words, ber 3liiSii)urf, bn6 f(i)i«f)te\\e ber 
SBorte. Shak. —-box, bie 21rnienbiirf)rc. 
--chest, ber 9Irnienfn|Tcn. — deed, i. bnS 
553erf ber ^ilbtfjatigfrit; pi. Sicbe^iurrfe. 
2. bie niilbe ©nbe, a33nf;ltf)nt. — fee, ber 
^eter^gri>rrf)eii. --folk, f Sllmofeii fpcn; 
bcnbe 'jperfniten. — giver, ber tiiKbe ®i'! 
t'er , SllnuM'eiifpenber. — giving, bn5 9l(= 
mofeiifpeiibeii. —-house, tmi 9lriiieii(;aii5 
— -men. —.people, bie ipilllSiiniieil, IHMI 
aiinDfen ober in eineiii 9Irmeii(;niire lebeubcn 
2iiute. --man. f ber tnilbe Oieber. 

Almiicantar, al'miikantur, f. 

A I m acan I a r. 

Almude, almude', «. ein ^einmafj 
In ^ortiiflnl, ivMnmn 26 cine pipe nu5tnnd)en. 

Almug-, ai'mug.^ *. [S8ot.] btr Qi-. 

Alg'um> ai'giim.J ticn&nuin. Encvc. 

Aluag'e, al'naje, (fr. aiinage, qt. 
oJene) «. 1. bnS 9!)?i'fTeii mit ber QUe, ©flens 
jimg. 2. bie 1iirf)nianiifnftiirfTeuer. 

Alnagrcr, al'najur, (Ob. Al'nagar, 
Al'neger) «. ber jjefcf^moretie ©ffcniiieffer, 
G-XIenflempIer. [ber bicfe 2Barf)^|lDcf. 

Alnig°llt, ll'nite, (all tl. night) t- 

Aloe, al'6, pi. aloes, al'oze, t. 
[SQot.] 1. bie ailoe. 2. t>a6 SUloe^oti (and) 
a 1 o e s - w o o d). [eytrnf t. 

Aloes, s. ['53?eb.] ber Wnefaft, 5t(i)e< 

AloetiC, aloet'ik, ) adj. UDIl 

Aloetical, al6et'ekal,5 2llne, mit 
aipc ftarf 1,'erfctjt. [9lr}enei. 

Aloetic, ». bie mit SIfne ueri'ei^te 

Aloft, aloft', (a qSrnf. U. loft) adv. 
1. l)nri), C'btn, f)od) (iiif, in ber Spolje, in bie 
^hi)e. 2. [^TJfnr.] o6en niif bcm 9J?nfi6niime, 
bem irtfeiuicrf, niif bcm aScrbede. 

From -, wn oDcn. To set -, In bie 
^l!il}e f)cbcn ob. fe^cn, erf)ol)en. All hands 
-! [^TOnr.l (jcrnuf! 

Aloft, praep. f liber. 

Alog^ians, al^'jeans, (gr.) «. pi. 
[^rd)<i.| bie SiiuQner be« Wotti ober ber 
(Stottfji-it 0()ri)Ti. 

Alog-otropliy, al'igJtrifl, (gr.) 
t. ['Wei^.l bie 9lli)gi)triipl;ie, bet ungleidje 
!Jir.l)riiiui!5}iifliig. 

Aiojl3°y, al'oje, (gr. alogla) ». ♦ ber 
Uiu><'ntniib, bie lliigt'retnitl;eit. Bacon. 

Alone, alAiiC, ^allll. one) nc^.u. «</«>. 



ALa 

1. nHein (rtbgefonbert). 2.nr(ein (MoS). 3. ein« 
jig (in fr. 91rt). adv. A 1 o n e ' I y , nflein. 

To let -, 1. jufrieben Inffcn tOcmnnben). 

2. unterlnffen (Gtmn^), bleiben (tifTen. 3. fid) 
r\\d)t befiimmcrn (unt). Let me -, Injjen 
©ie mid) jufricben ob. in 9?iil)e. Let that — . 
1. lafTep ©ie bnS b(ei&en. 2. n'if;reii ©ie M(> 
nid)t an. 3. meg bamit. 4. ftifl bnimn. He 
is not — in it, er i|l Ijierin nic^t ber (Jinjige. 
Let me — for that, Inffen ©ie mid) bnfiir 
forgen. To leave -, uerlnfTen. [9JBeinl}cit. 

Aloneness, alone'nes, s. t bie 

Along", along', (nngelf. and-lang, 
ond - lang) ;yr«ep Iting^, enrlnng. —side, 
[■OJfnr.] ©eite <in ©eife, an ber ©eite; - of a 
ship, pnrntlel, ©cite iiii ©eite an ein ©d)iff 
Db. cinem ©d)iffe. [frrt, iDciter fort. 

Along-, adv. 1. ber Smige nad). 2. 

All -, 1. ber ganjen Cnnge nad). 2. tntd)- 
au6. 3. bieganjcSeit uber, nflcjcit, DonSln; 
fling bis jn Gnhe. 4. uon einem ©nbe jiim 
nnbern, n(Ieiitl)nl6cn , uberflfl. To come -, 
mitfommen - with, mit, in ®efeUfrf)aft 
ober jugleit^ mit. — of, loegcn, iim . . 
miden Take this — with you, 1. ncljmen 
©ie btefeS mit! 2. i merfeu ©ie flc^ baS! 
Dcnfen ©ie barnni [Siinge nad). 

Along<$t, alongst', adv. * iiingsj, ber 

Aloof, aloof, (0. leave) adv. (from) 
1. lueit nb, fern (o. diaume), vm *213eitem, 
uon fern. 2. i (with) fern, entfcrnt (uou). 

3. nbmnrtS; [^3J^lr.] luftmnrts. 

To keep — , \id) fern, nbioiirts f)ii(ten. 

Alopecy, arApese, (gr.) s. fKeb.] 
bn5 tJlu^faflcn ber ipnnre 

Alo«!e, alozc', } #. [Od)ri)i)nI.] bie 

Alosa, alo'.sa. ^ ^illnfe. 

A1«>M(1, aloud', (a 'iJJriif. n. loud; 
angi'lf. gelilyd) adv. liiut, ocriicljiiilid). 

Alow, alo', (a ^pnif. ll. low) adv. 
untcn, niebcrmnrts. [(yliimmcn. 

A-lo-%v, (fd)ott.) in opfler Solje, in 

Alfi, alp, ». [Ornitlj.J ber ©impel, 
Dompfiff. [ilnmceijifgc. 

Alpagna, alpag'na, s. [SihH.J bie 

Alpha, al'fa, (gr. •23.)*. bn3 illpljn, 31. 

Alphabet, al'tahet, (gricd).) s. 
[0)ramm.] biiS^Jlptj.iftet, 21236. 2. bicgiOel. 

Alphabet, t>. a. nlpl)iibptti'd) orbncii. 

Alphabetarian , alfabcrarean, 
». ber 9l23(rrd)ii(er. 
Alphabetic, alfabet'ik, } 

Alphabetical, alfabei'icKal,5 "'^ 
nbpljnbetifd). — adv. A I p h a b e l ' i c a 1 1 y =, 
nad) nlpl)abcttrd)er Crbniing. [ilcnjiirfrr. 

Alphenix, alfe'niks, *. ber Qin- 

AlpheSt, al'fest, «. ein 3-<rd; (Lnbru.<. 
Cinaedus, Linn.) 

Alphonsin, alfon'Mu, ». [dljit.l 
bie Kngcljangc. - acl). -tables, [9ljlron.) 
bie nIpf)onf(iiird)en Infeln. ['JIrt '.UiisfiKp. 

Alphiisi, al'fiis, (gr.) I. [-O^icb.] ciiu' 

Alpine, al'plne, adj. I. nlpiiiifd), ai- 
plfd) , 9llpcn ... 2. 1 f)od) loie bie >2llpen. 
3. t23ot.] nuf t)ohen Ssergcn mndjfcnb, 9Ji. 
pen . . . [ivol^ner. 2. [SSor.] bie ^rrnljimbccrf. 

Alpine, s. I. ber 3lclplcr, ailpcnbc; 

Alpi.<(t, ai'pist,^ 4. ber SSogcl amen, 

Alpia, ai'pea, j ber ©nnu' be^ jjiid)6; 
fd)ivnnic^. 

Alps, alps. a. pi. bie ailpen. 

Al«|iiier, al'kweur. t. i-jH'rrug.] ein 



ALT 

gjfng (= 2 gallons). [Sleiglnnj. Ekctc. 
Alquifon, al'kwefu,*. COJieran.] bi-r 
Already, Jlrld'de, (ail u. ready) 

adv. bereits, fd)on. 

Als, Sis, f. Also. [bnS ©Ifnfi. 

Alsace, al'sase, (ob. Alsa'tia) * 
Alsebon, alse'bun, a. [(Fijem.J iai 

©eefnlj. [g(ei(t)fa[l«, bnju, nod). 

Also, Sl'so, adv. and), ebenfud*, 
Alt, alt, ) (it.) s. [Wuf.] ber 'illt, 
Alto, al't6,5 9UtD. 
Altaic, altA'ik, /«rf/. [0)eo(|r.]juni 
Altaian, alia'yan,^'JUrni ni'l)i^n-tg. 
Altar, Srtur, (celtifdj ait, (ar. allare) 

». 1. ber 9Iltar. Insulated -, ber ?icben« 
nlrnr. 2. I| ber 'Jlltnr (dfjriiliiS). 

Altar-cloth, bieSlltrtrberfe, b<i«9ntim 
tnd). — piece, bn5 9irtnr|lll(f. — wise, 
adv. nit ein 9Iltnr. [gelb, ai(trtrge(b. Enjjvc. 

Altarage, al'tiiraje, s. ta6 Dpfev* 

Altarist, ii'tuiist, ^ «. 

Altar-thane, il'tur-tMne.^ [altvi 
3?ed)t) ber Slltarmnnn, 9J(tnrbicncr. Encvc. 

Alter, il'tur, (Int. alter, fr. alle'rer) 
V. a. nnbern, penlnbcrn. 

To - one's mind, fid) nnberS tiefinnrn. 
To - one's condition, fid) Ofrl)eirotl)C'l, fei. 
nen ©t(mb uernnbern. [bcrn, unber* luerben. 

Alter, t). w. flc^ (inbern, fid) ocr(U>< 

To - for the worse, fid) ocrrd>limmcrn. 
To - from pale to red, ani blcid) rot!) luerbcn. 

Alterable, Si'turabl, adj. i«a6 fid) 
iSnbern !«gt, lonnbelbnr, uernnberlid). - (ulv. 
Al'terably, oermiberlid), uiaiibclDflr, M) 
bng (Sttvai gemibert merben fnnn. 

Alterablenes.<« , al'niiabines.^ 

Alterability, ilturabiieie, J*' 
bie aSeranberlid)feit, aiDnnbelbarfeir. 

Alterag-e, il'turaje, (int. alere; *. 
(nid)t engl.) bn6 2lufjie(jen eines Minbei. 

Alterant, al'turant, adj. iinberiib, 
anbern fftnnenb. - *. [?»Jeb.] ein bie •>3)ri. 
fd)ung ber ©(ifte uerfinbernbe^, bie Siife bii. 
fi^rbernbc5 Wittel , eine TOifdjiingsoenuibw 
rung beivirfenbeS OTittel. 

Alteration, iltiira'shun, (fat.) *. 
1. bie 9Ienberung, aSernnberung. 2. t tie 
g?ciicrnng. 

Alterative, il'turatlv.ftrf;. i. fnijig 
eine 9Ienbcrung Ijeroorjubringcn. 2. [5)tcb.| 
milbernb, oernnbernb, rtlterirenb. 

Alterative, a. [SSJieti.] bie rtlteri= 
rcnbe, eine ?0?ifd)ung«i)eranbiTiing beivir: 
fenbe airjcnei. [janfcn , (Trcitcn, l)aberii. 

Altercate, al turkale, (Ut..) V H. 

Altercation, alturka'shun, s. ber 
3nnf, ©treit, 5?aber, SICortiuedifel. 

Altern, litem', (tnt.) adj. 1. nt». 
iued)fclnb, medjfelnb, loedjfeWmeife. 2. f^ri: 
lldUogr.] luer^'elnb glcid)Pad)ia. 3. [QJecm.J 
- angle, ber 2Bed)|"cln)infe(. 

Alternacy,, ai'tiirnlse, «. f bit 
9U'iocdietuiig , Umii)cd):?luiu}. 

Alternal, aiier'iwii, adj. f n(>n)ed)= 

fclllb. — adv. Alter'naily, lued)felloeife. 
Alternate, alier'nale, (lat.) adj 
I. luec^felub, ntnoedjfetnb. 2. luft^^rclfeitig 
grgcnfcitig. 3. [5>}ot.j iued)|"erii'eife flelienb. 4. 
l(iJcom.] -angles, 5a3cd)i"cliuinfel. 5. [$>(!.. 
riKb. j luedjicISiueiie gcorftiict. - adv. Alter' 
II a I e 1 y, uied)fel6iuci|"e, nbiuedjiVlnb, ein6 nn»* 
iinbere. 



Fi'iip. (;.r. f.'.II. far. Me. met. Fine, fin. N6, move, n6r. got, 6iL r!6iul. Tube. tnh. Iiill. i//in. I His. 3 :\ 



ALT 

Alternate, t. bit 9l6ive(^£(uti(i, itx 
fficrtjiVl. PHion. 

Alternate, v. a. l. roed^iVliiueifr, 
bet9{tril)e ii.icf) i'errid)rcn. 2. lutdjiclsivcifcuer; 
inBrrn, nbivedirclii Inffeu. [fcln. Kirwax. 

Alternate, n. n. lueclnViii, nbiued): 

Altf^rnateneSS, aller'nalencs. 4. 
6rt6 '>2lt>ii'cd)rein , bie luft^fdicitigc Jflgt, 
5?eihe (tfr I>iiinf>. 

Alternation, aitumi'iiliun, «. i. 
bif wfdjiVircitiflf 5clfle (Drr Binge), aifriuec^fej 
timg, bfr 2i5f(^fcl. 2. [OB.itlj ] bnr 2Bc(^iiL 
llniivfd)ff(, bit 'JlfivcdjUluiin. 3. (G-iifll.) bit 
•Innvort ber Wtnieinbe, tit nbroed^fclnb niir 
brm ««i|lli(t)en f|>rirf>t. 4. moralqtf.] laS 
9Itiiy(d()fcln. 

Alternative, alilr'naii^, (fir. al- 

teio.ntif) adj. 1. nl'iUtdjlVlllb. 2. Jlim ^Cll}-- 
fen, nltfrnntii'. 3. ISog.) -proposition, bcr 
ilBcdjfelfn^. - "<'''• Alter'natively, 1. 
nt>n)f<ftrclnb , irfc^feliueiiV, naU) ber 9{eif)e. 
i. jinii IGiil)lcn. 

.Alternative, «■ l. bit 'Siatfi })vi: 
fjften jmci ringeii, ber 2i3ed)|tl|'n((. bit rtpp> 
fitUvM, 2Gnl;l, •OKteriiniiye. 2. i bie lliigfi 

aM0l)fit. ^ 

AlternativeneKi«,alter'nSiivne«. 

f. I. bie 'Jl&wce^^lunn. 1. bie a3nht »ii<ifd)ni 
in^i Dingcii. Ifcitige ^eh]t, abwfdjeiimg. 

Alternity, aiier'n^ t. *. bie ived)Kl: 

Altliea, ait/ic'a, (ijr.ulcliaia)«. [-^Dt.| 
rer C^ifrird). 

Altlioilji^ll, ilTHi'. (all u. though; 
nngeir. timh. rlienlo eoiij. pb|'d)oii, obijleid), 
iveuii gleid), imiici^t't- 

Altiff^rade, ai i^grAde, (Int.) ndj. t 
.n bie S?l-'i)e pb. hi'd) fteiiietib. 

Altiloqil<*nCe, alril'lokwenxe, (f.) 
f. bif hpd>tmt'r^^e 9?ebe, bcr ^cnibail. 

Altiinf*ter, a'liiii'iiienir. (Utt. alius 
u. <\t. nietroii) j. (^fiMii.] ber $ol)fiimeiTer. 

Altiin(>try, aliiiii'milre, t. l(V)eoiii.| 
ite 5?oheiiine|7iiiiiV 

Altin, ai'tin, «. I. [rnff. ^unjiv.] 
Id. (= 3 Sppeffii). 1. tin See in Sibirien. 

Altincar, altln'kar, t. cine ^rt 
funillidjee £nl} ob. <})«li>fr, t<ii ninn jur 
€d)t!ieliunfl iinb Weiuiflnng ber 'OTctatle gc; 
Inroihtr. 

Altisonant, all's'sAnant.^d. altiis 

AltiNOnOIIN, allis'soiiiix. ^u.sonus) 
adj. t)Pd)tpnciib, l;pdjrm(?enb, fd)ii>ril|li9. 

Altitude, al'ieliiije. (lilt.) « I. bie 
fi)5he. 1. [9lilron.] bie >>ohe. 3. l nj b-e G-r; 
bnbenljcit, Oivhfic (ber Ingenb i:.). b) ber 
l)J(f)|le Wrnb, OMpfel (-of human great- 
ness etc.) c) ber Umfnng (ber gei|ligen $ih 
f)tgfciten :c.). 

He Is In his -, er ifl aiifgcri^iinit, be> 
r(>nfd)t, benebelf. To take the sun's-. (-Dfiir.) 
bie $ii<t)e ber (Sonne nrfjnu'n, bie (Spinicn; 
t)bi)e mcfTen. lljpe^ffiegcnb. 

Altivolant, altiv'olant, (liU.) ndj. 

Alto, al'tn. (itni.) t. lOMni'.] ber 51irp. 

Altoi^retlier, il'io<;eTHur, (all n. 

together) adv. l.jnrnnimt, iU(\lt[<^ init, 

iiifntninrn, vereinr. 2. giin) unb gar, giinp 

ltd), yiJUig. 3.fiir every one. ein^fbrr, '31(le 

For -. I'iir ininifr, befliiiiMg. [Siiak. 

Alt«>iin, d'diPtr.j litre 8robr. 

Allldel, al'iiilel. (n nilO lliliini) t. 
KFljeni.] bag SMl'limirgef.iri. 

Eayl.-dcittsch. Wiirterbuch. I. 



AiMA 

Alum, al'lum. v.*. [di^tm.] alaunen, 
in 'yiaiiniuiijTer taud)cn ob.ficDen; iiiit>illrtnn: 
lunffer 6e|'lreid)en. [ber 5I(iUin. 

Alum, al'luni. (Int. alunien)«. [G!i)rm.| 

A I u Ml - e a r t h , bie 3llaiinerbe. —-salt, 
bnS ©icinfalj. --slate, ber 2lUuinfd)iefer. 
--stone, ber 9lliuinilein. —-water, bn^ 
9llrtuniuii(Ter. --work, baS 9lUiiinucrf, bie 
>}Uaiinncbcrci. 

Alumin, al'luniin, ) «. [(f()Cin.l 

Alumina, alii'mina, ^ bie ^liuiii: 
crbe, iljoiicrbe. 

Aluminate,ald'nienite,«. [6t)ein.] 
alannriutrcf Soli, tci& ^luininat. 

Aluminirorm, aiu'niinetorm. 
adj. niaiinforniig. [rnlg.) ber ailnnnrtrin. 

Aluillinite, al'lanunite, «. [-O^^tne; 

AluillinOIIS, alu'nicnus, i<ind) 
AT u ni y; adj. [Qtftm.] nlnnnnrtig, oinunig, 
nlaiinid>t, a(aiitil)nirig. 

Aluminum, .ilii'nicnum.«.{ (Ff)eni. I 
M6 vHliiniiiiiiiin. Daw. 

AlumLsIt, ariuuiisb, a{^/. iGt^eiu.l 
nlaunnrtig, tiUni!iid)t. 

Alutatiou, ali'iti'shun, (tat. aluta) 

1. b<>« OJerben (beo eeber«). 
Alveary, al'veaii, d.it.) « l. ber 

'45ienen(lP(f, XJicnenfurb. 2. [^llmU J bie Wc; 

ijjrljii'le. QuiscY. 

Alveolar, aI'vMlar, ^a/fj. |\Hn.u.| 
Alveolary, al'vcolare.^ jwr 3<i')"= 

inbc gel)i>rig, 3iil)nlnben . . . , Sellen . . . 
Alveolate, alveolate, (■(</. jeden: 
Alveole, al'vcole, pb. (formi,!. 

AI'V(*ollt«, (l>l. Alveoli, al'veolc' 
«. 1. bie .<f>pnigjc(le, 2Jicnenjf(le, •ii5ad)3jclle. 

2. l>>lnitt.] «) bie 3rtljnlnbe, 3iihnl)i;>hic , h) 
bie Cl)ren()phle. 3. (Bot.) tn\6 iS(^uiiT.id)in. 

Al'veolite, «. [iJiiitnrg.l ber i)iapf= 
ilein, ed)lii(Ti'lflein. (Ilnrerleibe gel^orig 

Alvine, ai'v'n, udj. h:21niU.j juui 

Al^vays, ^I'wAie.^ (itngcir. eal nnb 

Alway, il'wA, J weg) adv. ailt- 
jeit, iniiner, flet«, beilnnbig. 

A* 31., 9l6fi'irjuiig I. fi'ir Artium m.a- 
gister (unfer Dr. Phil.). 2. fl'ir .4^nno mundi, 
tni 3«(>re be« if»crrn. 

Am, am, Prue». Indie, iti 3»tn>orti; 
to be, id) bin. So - J, id) tind). 

Amability^ amabileii, (lAt.) t. bie 
Cicbenfmi'irbigfcit. 

Amadot, aiii-'adiit, (ob. A madet't o) 
#. [5?ot.l bie aiumbpttenbirn. (berrdtiwnnnn. 

Amad<»u, anraduu. (fr.x.ber 3i>ii' 

Amain, amane', (angrif. a u. m<icgii. 
iStnrfe) adv. init -OTad)t, init nflrr iiraft; 
Vlotjl'fft/ nuf eintnol, I'ibcr S?al6 unb Itppf. 

Amain, Merj. ['JKnr.] (jnrtig! Let 
go - i^b. strike -I hifjt Innfen! Mar. Dict. 

AmaiKt, (fdjoir.) fnfl, beimilje. 

Amalfpam, anial'gani, (cb.Amal'- 
gama) (gr. inalagma) «. 1. |(?l)ein.] bof 
9liniilgani. 2. i bn6 Oemenge, ®eniifd) (»er: 
rd)iebener Diiige). Burke. 

Amal<;°amate,anial'gani&te, (and) 
A ni a I ' g a ni e , A m a 1 ' g a m i z e) v. a. I . 
((Fljeni.) (itMnlgiiniircn , I'ergiiirfen. 2. i tni-. 
rd)en, prrinifdjen, rermcngi^, perbinben, 
perrinigcn. - ». "• fid) otnalgainirfn , |ld) 
prrbinbrn Pb. perriiiigi-n loiTfii. 

Amaifiramation , ania.'gania'- 
Uhun, t. 1. l(?l)i'ni.J bti'-Jluiiiigomafipn, a3iT: 



A31B 

giiicfung. 2. i bie S8crinifd)iing, SBerDtnbung 
(perrd)ifbener I>tnge). 

Amand, am'and. ((.) v.a.'> ipcgf(f)irferj. 

Amandation, amanda'shtin, «. 
bie 25errd)i(fiing. 

Amanin:, (rd)Pft.) }mird)fn, untcr. 

Amaniien.«i.S, amamien'sis. a. ^IB.) 
s. ber Sitrt'iber, 'iU'fdjrcibcr, ^Jlninnnenfiis, 
5niniilii6 eine5 (^Srlehrten. 

Amaranth, am'arant/i. (Pb. Anin. 
rnnth'iis) (Int.) s. (23of.I her *3linnmnth, 
%.niimntl)cn|lron(^, tai l:nurenbrd)pn. 

Amaranth, *. bie giniariinfliforbe. 

Ainarantilin(>, amaran't/iin, adj 
iininrtintljen ; amnriintljfnrbig. 

Amaritude, amar'ietude, ((at.SO.) 
*. t bit 23itrerfeit. 

Amarulence, Smlr'dlense, SmAr'- 
olense. «. f bic Sifterfeit. 

Amarulent, amar ullnt. amAr'^- 
llnt. adj. t bittiT. [bie >>iar}ifTfnIilic. 

Amarylli.<<, amaril'lis, «. [<Bot.] 

Ama.«S, anias', (gr. nin/.n) v. a. I. 
Ij.iiiffn, nnfl)mifcn, nnfjmifen. 2. i in grpfjcr 
S))icngc fiiimncln, iiifatninenl)mifen, ^innm! 
menrd)(irren. fpen , f. M a s s. 

AmaHH, *. ber i?>(tnfe, Stpg, Mtunn 

Amassiment, anus'mlnt, s. ber 
ijxinfe, (£tp(}. 

Amate, amAle', (p. mate) if. a. f I. 
beglfiten. 2. cri'd)re(fen , bcilfiricn, in Sfn 
(egenl)eit iXjen. 

Amateur, amatare', (fr. ^.) «. bor 
Sifbljnl'er (bcr idnifle k.). Burke. 

Amatorial, amato'rcal, «<!> bie 
Piebc bi'trfffenb, 2icbei5 . . . 

AmatoriOUS, amatn'rens. nilj. jlir 
Ciebe gdjorig. Mii.tox. 

Amatory, am'aturrc, nilj. I. bie 
9iebe betreffonb, ^iebeS... 2. jnr ?iebe rei: 
jenb. - potion, ber Sie6c«tranf. 

Amaurosis, am^wnVbis, (^r. ^.) 
t. [(Jl)ir.] ber rd)niiir,ie (Stnav. 

Amaze, amAze', ». l. ber ©djrerf. 

2. bn« ©tiiiinen. 3. bie SSciti'irjiiiig. 
Amaze, v. a. i. erfd)re(fen. 2. in 

iStntinen feljen. 3. bcftfir^t, pcrlegen innd)en, 
pcriptrren, I'iberwfff^en, niifjcr JnfTiing brins 
gen. 4. betniiben (p. Dpnncr). Shak. 

To be amazed (nt), iiber ©tiBrt« er« 
flnnnt fein. 

Ainazedly, aniA'/.edle, adv. •{■ I. 
niit Sd)rcrf ub. &rilaiinen. 2. jiiin (Srniinen. 

3. peripirrt, tnit 'Sefliirjiing. Shak. [ A m a i e. 
Amaze<lneS!« , ama'zednes , f. 
Autazement, ImA^e'nicnt, «. i. 

bn« <B<t)T«ta\, Q:\\tfil}e\\. 2. txit (Jntiiunen. 
3. bic 15c|liirjung. [lid). 

Amazini^, amA'/.ing, adj. erilniiin 

Amazing'Iy, amA'zlngle, ada. er< 
llniinlld), feltfiint. 

Amazon, am'azun, (a pr. tl. mazos 
gr.) ». 1. bie 9Iinnjpne. 2. f bie Sdnoipne, 
Dai friegerifd)e SBeib. 3. [OJeogr.] ber ^Inia^ 
joncnftrpin , '5J?nr<inf)pn. 

Amazonian, amazn'nean, adj. 1. 
<itn(i,^pnenl)nff. 2. friegerifd), nber notft iin> 
bartig.SnAK.3. jnni']IninjpnfiiiTnM)ifgcl)i>riii. 

Amh, Am, (gP'. nmplii; lar. amb, 
am; (ingrlf. enii). ynib) iiin , hcrittn. 

Ambaq-f'^S, amba'.ie/.. (I>U. '^.j *pt 
I. brr llmiitiiHMf iin OMm- 2. bic 'I13iiibnng. 

3 



,14 F/iip, {i,r. fi\ll. fnt Me. met. Fino. fin. N6, move. nor. s;ot. oil. rlSn J. Ti'ibf-. ti'i b, fi'iFI. l/iin. Tjns. 



AMB 

fdjiucinn. [■«. t fie fflcfnubtfcbnfr. 

Alllll».!>i!§ia.(l€^, anibassade', (fr. SB.) 
Alltbassador, ambas'sadur. (aw- 

(Iflf. aiiiba!it; fr. ainbassadeiir) «. 1. bcr®e! 

fiiriCte. 2. i bev 2)etc (ini iUlqemetneu). 
A inbitssailress, aiiiba.s'sadres, s. 

I. tie (ycraiu^tinii. 2. J Die ©efaiibte. 
Aintoassag-e, aiii'bassaje. ^ *. t 
Aiaibai^Siy; am'basse, ^ tieOJC; 

filUbtutnft. V. Embassy. 

Aiiibe,^ain'bc, (nr.) 4. [Gljir.] ber 
Aiiibi,^ 5?cl>iliicf, t>ie i?oljm«ae ^^^ 

Amber, am'bilr, (arab. ambar; \>tt(. 
aiibar u6. anabar) s. [iJtnturfl.] fcer 31inljeir. 
Yellow -, ber 23mi|lein. 

A in b e r - b e a d s , ». pi. bie 95crn|lt'inf 0= 
viillen. — drijk, bn^nnifrerfnrlngecyetrfliif. 
---dropping, «ry. $ nnU'ertniufelnb. Milt. 
— -gris. —-grease, — -greese, berfirnui! 
timber; Black -^ ber 5-uci)inniber; White-, 
bcr aSogelnmber. — seed, bie23iramfLirncr. 

- tree, 1. ber 'llnibrflbauni, 2. bie 'Jlutbraj 
llniibe. 

Amber, adj. bcrnflcincn, Slin&er . . . 

Amber, ». a. niit aiiuOer burc^niin 
d)crii, riuirf)erii. [felpnfd) ini SJJiiiifte eiii5. 

AmbeK-ace, auiiasc', a. bcr2Diir: 

Ambitlexter, ambedeks'tur, ant. 
^3.) adj. u. ». 1. 6iiier, ber vtdyti iu\i> 
liuf* jiiiiteicf) ift. 2. j bcr 9lrf)reltrnncr. 3. 
ber ©efc^iuoriie , bcr firf) i*"-'" teiben 'ipartcicn 
6f|1e(t)cn Iii^t, betben ••^Jarteieii iicrfpridjc. 

Ainbidextc^rity, ambedekster're- 
tc. «. 1. fcic ®C!'rf)irfiid)feir, beibe i>anbe oiif 
illcirf)e SBeifc ju iicbrinid)en , ber Ciilcidjijc: 
bniuc^ bcr rerf)tcn iiiib liufcii ipaub. 2. | bic 
Qlc^Uitrancfi < 5">Trd)l}cit. 

Ambidextrous , ambedlks'trus, 
(iilj. 1. bcibe 5?riiibe iiiit g(eid)er g-crtigfett 
flcbriiiid;cnb, recurs ii. linW juijleid). 2. j ari)fel; 
trfiijcrifd), bi^vpcljiiiinifl, jiueibeiitig , fnird). 

Ambidextrousness , ambe- 

iluks'trusiieii, (. A tii be d e x t e r i ty. 

Ambient, am'becnt, ((at. ai-.ibiens) 
adj. munpbciib. - air, bic iiiiigcbeiibe I'lift. 

Ambi{^enal, ambidje'cnal, adj. 
[P)cpm.] -hypei-bola. bieaiiUncieiieipopcrbel. 

Ambig'u, aiii'bcgu, (fr. 2D.) «. cine 
«nt' iH'rr(f)icbcnarri!) gi-nufd)tcn lifdjcn bcjle; 
iienbe 'i)Jral)Ijcit, bie '»33fitrclnia(;ljcit. 2. i tui 
0)cnien<ircl, ber 'roird)iiuird). 

Ambig-ttity, ambegii'eie. (lat.)s. bit 
Su'cibcutigfcit, berDoppclfinM (u.'JBiJrtern ic.) 

Ambig-UOUS, anibig'uus, adj. 1. 
jiucibcutig, bi'ppclfinnig (i>.2Ci;irtcrn!c.). 2.1 
fid) boppclbcutig nu^briicfrnb d'. ^cri'onen). 

— adv. Anibig'uou&ly, JlDCibcntig, brp; 
pclnnnifl. [». bie Bn'cibeiirigfcir. 

Ambig-iiou.snesM, aiiibig'uu.snes. 

Ambilevou.<i, ambil'evus, (lat.) 
adj. t niif beibcn ©ciren liitfs. 

Ambiiog-y, ambiriojo, (gr. SB.) «■ 
bie 3)i'eibeutigfrit, jiucibcutige, boppelbeiitigc 
gprad)c I'b 3{cbe. 

Ambiluqiiouii, ambil'lnkwus, 
adj. jiveibcntig ini 9Iii6brurfe, fid) bt'ppel; 
bctirigrr 1i3rrrc bctucncnb. 

Aiiibii(>«|iiy , aiiibtriokwe. «. I. 
bcr OScbmud) bi^ppclbcnngrr ^ll.>o^rf, bit brp: 
pcibrut.oc 3iebe. 2. bir 3iL<cibciui.jrri(. 



AMB 

Ambit, am'bit, (Inf. ambitus) I. ber 

Unit'inn- UnifreiS. 

Ambition, ambisli'iin. ((at. 'So.) «■ 
1. ber (S-|)rgcij, bie G-hrbcgier, ©Ijrfiidjt. 2. T 
bie ©(jrbcgierbe, Qi)v[iebe, ber eble Crl)rgnj. 
3. bie Segierbe (na^ envaS WrL'ileni). 

Ambition, v. a. nui Giinndjt, au6 
(eb(em) ©(^rgeije nadi) ©tiun* ilreben, ©tiuaS 
u'i"inrd)cn. Kino. 

Ambitious, ambisli'us, adj. I. ei}r' 
gcijig, e()r|"ud)tig, ef)rbegicrig. 2. l)i'>d)ilrcbeiib ; 
bcgicrig. 3. f;od)fticgenb, a(ljiigefiid)t (i>.3icr-- 
rat[;en k.) 4. ^ emporflrebenb (u. ''MicerL';. 
Shak. —adv. Anibi' ti ously , el}rgctjig, 
cl;rbegiErig. [*. bic (S-(;rbcgierbe, 3{ul)inrnd)r. 

AmbitiouSneSS , anibisli'usiies, 

Ambitude, am'belude, t. ber Uuu 
fnng, llnifrcig. [Seltcrgnng, ?J3a0gang, Sc't. 

Amble, am'bl, (fr. 2B.) «. ber '$<\\s, 

Amble, v. n. 1. ben ^Jjag, Scltergang 
gel)cn. 2. trippc(n, fjupfen. Smak. 3. j l;iu! 
rutu^en; affcftirt,gejn)ungengf(;en.-loHNsoN. 

To - one, OemanbS (5)ang nadjnffcn. 

Ambler, am'blur, t. ber >^apgan: 
gcr, Beim. 

AlBlblig'On,^ani'blegun,«. [(^3ccm.] 

Amblyg-on,^ tai ftnmpfwinreligc 
r>rciccf. [©CLini.] fliintpfiviiifclig. 

Ambligonai, ainbl'igTinal, adj 

Ambiigonite, am'blcgonite, »■ 
['!)3iincra(n.] ber Mnibliginiit. 

Ambling", am'bliug, part. adj. bcn 
■ipap gc(;enb. - pace, bcr ^apgnng. - nag. 
bcr 3cltcr. 

Ambling'ly, am'blingic, Kdv. in; 
3c(tcr(?ange, ini il^a\it. [bie3Iugcnbunfcll)fir. 

Amblyopy, am'bleope, «. {(Fijici 

Ambo, ani'bo, (gr.) «. bie itan^cl, 
(EI)orbi'il)iie. 

Ambreada, ambr^a'da, s. bcr 
falfd)c obec nac^jgemac^te Slmber, bie rotljc 
(S(a5per(e. 

Ambrosia, ambro'zhea, (gr.) (. I. 
[>5J?i)t().] bie aimbrofi* (and) 1). 2. [JSot.] 
bai ^inibronenfrnut, Iraubenfrnnt (niic^ 
Am bro 'se). 

AmbrO.tiaC, anibrn'zlieak.^a({/.ani; 

Ambrosial, ambro'zlicai. ^bri.M'tfd); 
fyitlid). [ambrofiauifd). 

Ambrosian, ambro'zhean, adj. 

Ambry, am'bre, (fr. aunionerie) s. 
I. b(i6 911niLircnf)au«. 2. ber ©pciferd)ranf, 
iliid>enfd)rnnf; bie (yefc^irr!, ©pcircfaninuT. 

Ambry, aiunry, almery, 
(fd)i'tt.) bcr^uc^enfd)r«nf, in bem man fn(rf 
©pcifeii nufbewnljrt. 

Ambs-ace , f. A m b e s • a c e. 

Ambulant, am'bulant, adj. f. Am- 
bulatory. 

Ambulate, am'bulate, (lat.)v.a.u. 
u.n.ljin; unb f)erbcn)egen ; Ijin; iinbljergdjeii. 

Ambulation, ambula'shun, ». bne 
5pin- unb 5perge()eu, ©pajicrcngc()en. 

Ambulatory, am'bulaturre. adj. 
I. Ijerntnjieljcnb , ivanbernb, (jcrnnigcljcnb, 
nid)t ftn einem Drtc bicibenb ; bcivcglid). 2. 
bie ^raft f)abcnb, fid) fortjiibeivegen. 3. jn 
cincni ©pn^^icrgnngc gc()i^irig. [nuMi. 

Ambulatory, *. cine 9(rr Ori)!""": 

Ambury, ain'lniie. (A n ' b ii ry) (an: 
fliif HHipre) ». [yft^Oarjncif.] bic fc^ivntn. 
uii||i: ^iiKiuarje. 



AME 

Ambuscade, ambuskide', (fr.) 
(Ain biisca'do) s. bcr .^intcrfjait. 

Ambuscade, v. a. in cinen $in« 
ter()alt flcdcn cbcr legcn. 

Ambusll, ain'bush. (fr. enibiiclie, 
iiufd), f. Bu»b) s. I. ber ipintcrl)a(t. 2. ber 
Ueterfad auS beni5pintcrl)a(tc. 3. baSSiegcn 
iMopinterl)a(te. 4. biciui&inrfrljaltelicgcnbrii 
iriippcn. To lay an - for ... (Jincni iiad}|1e(lfu. 

Ambusll, V. a. in ben .^interl)a(t 
legcn. A in b n s h e d. int ip(iiterfia(te liege nb, 
yerilfrft. - v. n. im ipintcrljadc licgen; (for) 
G-incm iiad)iteiren. [■{■ bcr .^interijalr. 

AmbusltMieUt, aiu'busbnient. «. 

Ambust, ain'bust, ((at.) adj. uer» 
brannt, i'erbrul)t. 

AHlbustion,ambus'tshun.*.I>JJ?cb.] 
I. bcr 23ranbfd)aben; 2. bai Bcrbrennen. 

Auiei'va, s. cine airt (?ibed)fe. 

Amel, ani'niel, (fr. email) *. bcr 
®d)tne(5, f. Enamel. [Dinfel, €pelt. 

Amel-COrn, am'mel korn, t. bet 

Ameliorate, aniniel'eorate, (fr. 
ame'liorer) I, v. a. I'crbcffern. II. v. i?. 6ef« 
fcriDcrbcn, fid) beffcrn. [*. bie 25crbefTernng. 

Amelioration , aiiuneleora'shiin, 

Auu;lled,am'nield,nrf;.ubcrfd)nie(jr. 

Amen, amen'. ((;ebr. Sm.) adv. 1. 
Qlmen. 2. interj. gcnug! ()a[t ein! Shak. 
Master amen, bcr .Uiiilcr. 

Amenable, amc'nabl. (fr. amener) 
adj. 1. [3{ed)tgfpr.] I'crantiuortlid). 2.''-ivil(« 
tal;rig, gc(c()rig. 

Amenage, am'enadje. u.n.f ^anb« 
\)<\bm. - s. bai 23ctragcn, SBcncfjnien, bie 
>Hiiffu()riing. Spenser. 

Amenance, am'enanse. (ub. Ame. 
nage) a. f bie aiuffii!;rung, bai 25enef)niett. 

Amend, amend', (iva(. niann, elu 
'5(ecf; fr. aniender) v. a. I. bcffcrn , Ucrbcfj 
fern (ein Qit\tt, ic). 2. beffcrn (bie ainffiif)nin!p. 
3. ucrbcficrn , erganjcn (cine Xnii, ierte ic). 

The world is well amended with him, 
ti ficljt bcffer tnit i(;m anS. What is done 
cannot be amended, ma6 gcfd)C()en , |lc()t 
nic^t ju onbern. [bcuern. 2. gcnefcn. 

Amend, v. n. 1. bcffcr lucrben, fic^ 

Amend, ». ber ^-rfntj, bie Ojclbbuge. 

Amendable, amen'dabl. «((;. 1. uer» 
bcffcrlid). 2. itrafbar, jnr®flbbneci>crp(Iid)tct. 

Amendatory, amen'daturre, udj. ^ 
i>crbcffernb, aScrbciTcriiiigs? . . ■, ©traf . . . 

Amende, amend'. ». bie©trafe, ^n« 
(5e. To make honorable -, Sirc^cnbufse rb. 
i%Mrlid) Slbbitte t()nn. (bcffercr. 

Amender, amen'dur, ». bcr 55er» 

Amendment, amend'ment, s. 1. 
bic iu'iTerung (brr 9Uiffiil)rnng 2C.). 2. bie 
25crbe(Tcrung, genancre 2?eilininning (eineS 
(>3cfci)cntivnrfC<) , ba6 9lnicnbenient. 3i 
[9{cd)f^fpr.] bie 93crbf|Tcrnng rincg begange« 
nen OrrtljuinS. 4. f biein'iTcrnng (eince ilrain 
fen), (bic ©d)abHi!5()altnng, (5)cnugt()uung. 

Amends, amends'. * pi. brr (Jrfa^, 

To make - for. ., (S-tiw* rrfctjcn, rr|lat. 
rcn, I'crgiiren , fiir Q-iwai (5-rfai! Iciftcn. 

Amenity, amln'nclc. (lar. amoeni- 
ias)«. bicainmiirl)<an(irncbmc<?age, Sirbiid)* 
frit). [I'iiot.] fa(3d)fnarrt(i;faiu1)cnrragenb. 

Amentaceous, amenta'shus. adj. 

Amerce, amerse'. (lor. nierres)p.rt. 
i.iin; (nad) ^nliiiilu-) ilrafrn (an (SJeib). 2, 



FAte, far, f;ill, fnf. Me, met. Fine. ffn. N6, movp. n6r. got. 6il. cl6nfl. TAbe. fuh. foil. (/,in. TFIis. 35 



AiME 

> Ihrafen dm aWijem.), bu^en Infj'en; (? of) 
iltiiirn (nil). Mutok. 

To anirrce acriminnlin tliesutii of etc. 
finen 55cr6«(^er in cine Wel&|lrnfc i>on k. 
Derurtljeilcii , eiiiem SBerbrerfjcr cine OHli-- 
biine I'on ic. nufcrleflen. rfhmftnr. 

Amerceable j amer'xebl , adj. 

Alll<?r<'(*llieilt) anierse'iBent, ^ 

AllICr<;iaill<*nt, ainer'seameut, ^ 
«. Mc WelDbiige , 0)clfnriife. 

Amercer, amer'sur, *. (Piner, bcr 
tine Wflft'ii^c nuferlfflf. 

America, amer'cka, *. 3(nifrifn. 

American, amer'ekan, adj. ante: 
rifiinii'rf). 

American, «■ tn 9(nicrtfnner. 

Americanism, amcr'^kanizm, «. 
tfrMmerifnnisni , Me nmcrifiinifdje Sprarf>= 
cijienhfit o^. 05cnnnuni]. 

Amfrrlcanize, amlr'^kinhe, r. a. 
(imertfiinirc^ niiirf)en , nmcrifaniilrcn. 

Ames-ace, 4aii-4.se', «. cin 2Bur: 
fflvai'c^ in teni ^^Jiinfte ein4. Shak. 

Amess, am'ea. f. Amice. 

Ainetliodical, amci/iod'^kal, mdj 
■f iinmerl)cciid) , unortentlid). 

Ametltodist, amet/i'Adist, «. t 
fcer Cu.icfrallHT. 

Ametiiynt, am'ii/ust, (gr.) «. l 
[^OTinemtn.J ter <«metl)i)|T. 2. [ijicrlb.] Pit 
JJnrOe in einc« ©Cielntann* ^nppen. 

AnieiiiyMtine, amii/iis'tiu, adj. 
anietljDtlenfarbiji. 

Amia, ain'ca, t. tint ^rt ^ii'c^e. 

Amiable, 4'niealjL (.lat. aoiabilU) 
udj. 1. llebcneiviirDifl. i. Uebtti(^. 3, QUtUdj 
(iiuf Betn ^7i}e<\c ber 0)ute). 

AmiableneK.<t , 4'nijablnl«, «. 1. 
bie Sicbenfu'ilrMofeit. 2. ble <puib, 2Innuitf), 
bnfi licbreicf)e !l^ctriigen. 

Amiably, 4'mcabl4, ado. lAitbtni' 
jvurbifl. 2. niit Wmjie , Utttiidf. 

Amiailtit, ani'canf/i. ^ Cgr.) «. 

AlllianfllllS, anicau't/mt, ^["^mf. 
mln-1 b" 9lniinnflj, fctctnflncf)*. 

Amiantltiform, amlla'thifirm, 
mdj. unmnil^foxmiq. [•Nniinntljinit. 

Amianlh'inite, t. cTTIincralQ.) ber 

Amiandioid, ameaii't/ioid, (gr. 
eiilos unb aiiiianth) t. [ 'OTinrnila. ] ber 
9lnit.intl}iub, 55i)(fo(it^. - adj. flmiiiiit()for: 
niig , niniiintf)nrtig. 

Amicable, am'inekabl, (Am Meal) 
not.) 1. freiinbrcf)nttli(^/ frtuntlid). 2. frieb« 
ITit), friebfiiiu; giltlid). -adv. Am'icably^ 
freMnbr(f)flfrli(^; fricblic^); in ber ®ute, niif 
bcin 5Bciie ber (Mtlte. 

Ainicablene.<!!l, am'mckablncs, 
(A III i ca b i r i t y) «. bie Jrcunblic^feit, 5pcrj: 
C(ftfeit. (?t(^rclf(eib (cineij tMy ^rie|7er«). 

Amice, ain'nus. (UU. amictu.^) t. iai 

Amid, :riiiid'. ^(nngc(r.niidd);/ru«;>. 

Aiiiid.«(t, amidst'. ^(meiitend ^) muren 
In, mitten unrcr, iinter, jiuiftticn. 

Amidships, [>)};nr.j in ber ^dtte 
fccfi !£'.i)iffe«. 

Ainiiot, am'clot, t. cine 9(rt $ir(f)e. 

AmiSiK, amis', (a^rnf. linb miss), adj. 
uno adr. 1. unred)t, I'lt'i-i. 1. fcl)(crl)itft, I'cr: 
fel)rr, falid}. ^. niipnilenb, uiirc<)icfli(l>. 4. ini; 
pofjlitf), unroof;!. 

To lake -, uM nefjmcn , perbenfen. To 



AiMO 

do amiss, fef)(en,fid)L'ernef)en,eSi'erfcf)pnin 
@-tain«. If anything should happen-, \ottt 
ti ttwa fd)ief gcljen. It would not be — for 
him to etc., er lui'irbe nidjt ubeltljnn, ivennic. 
It may not be - to etc., efi biirfte 9iicf)[5 
frfjaben, t6 burfte am Drte fein, ivcnn k. 
.Nothing comes — to him, er nimnit mil 
'JlUem oorlieb. Prov Nothing comes — to n 
hungry stomach, ipungcr ijl ber t'efte SXv<t) 

Amiss, «. bag Ungdicf, ber minll, 
ba« llet-el; bie @(t)nib, bag llnrecfjt. [aSeriiiil 

Amission, amish'un, (lat.) s. ber 

Ainit, amii', (lot.) c. a. f uerlieren. 

Amity, am'meie, ((at. amiciiia) t. bie 
5reunb|'cf)aft, bn« gute SBernefjmen. 

Amma, am'ma, (tjtbr. am) «. I. bie 
giebtinn, Qle&tijTinn. 2. lGl;ir.] ba« SBanb, 
'Brucf)banb. [9lmtmann. 

Amman, am'man, t. ber Slmmann, 

Ammite, am'uut, (gr. amnios) s. 
(®eo(.l ber 5lnimonit. 

Ammocliryse, Sm'mokns, (gr.) 
*. [Oicvl.] ber fflplbianbtlein, ba« fiii<;engolb. 

Ammodyfe, am'm6diie, (gr.) (and) 
Am'mocete)*. [Diaturg.] bie yimmcbijt: 
t'd)liinge, ber ©nnbanl. 

Ammoniac, anim&'n4ak, ) 

Ammoniacal, ammoni'akal,^ adj. 
IGljem.] amnumiafalirc^). [moniaf, ©nlmiaf. 

Ammoniac, «. [&i)cm.| ber 91m 

Ammoniac ob. - |fuin, t. bag 
9lmmoniafgummi. [ninffalj 

Ammoniac salt, «. bag ^Immo: 

Ammonite, am'monite, «. [(Seof.^ 
ber 91mmonit, bag 'Mmmcngfjorn. 

AmMioniuin, amm^'aeuia, t 
[(H)tni.] bag 5Inimonium. Davy 

Ammoniuret, ammoni'uret, < 
[Gl)em.] bie 9Iufri3runfl einer ©ubftaii} in 
fliid)tigcm Sfliigcnfatj. 

Ammony, ani'mine, ( A m ni o ' ■ i a) 
J. (Gljcm.) firKl)titie« liaiiflcnfar}. 

Ammunition, ammdnish'un, ((.) 
t. 1. ber itrieijgyDrriitf). 2. e bie i'agerfjure. 

Ammunition-bread, -f bag Itoni: 
mipbrob. 

Amnesty, am'ncst^, (gr.) « bie 
9lmneflie, SSergebnng nnb 95erge([iing. 

Amnion, am'neon,) (gr.) ». [9Inat.] 

Amnios, am'neos, y bag Q)d)a{i)aut= 
A)tn. 

Amniotic, amneot'ik, adj. [CFIjem.] 

- acid, bie in bem ©c^)af(;aut£^en 6ertnblid()e 
(feaure. [abiuec^felnb. 

Amobean, amobe'an, adj. f^poef.] 
Amobeum, amobe'um, (gr.) s. 

l^oef.] bag gefprac^fi'rmigc (^jcbic^t. 

Amoilium, amo'mum, t. [S3ot.] 

Sie 9lmome, ifarbamome. 

Amongr, aniung', ) (aiigerf. on- 
Among'St, amungst'.^mang, onge- 

mang; b. mengen), praep. nnter, jiuifc^en. 

- adv. baiiuiid)cii. 

Krom -, utig . . . ^eraiig, von, nug, mi 
ber •iWdtte (;erang. [(jaDer. 

Amorado, aiyori'di, ». ber Pie6: 

Amoret, am'oret', (fr. amourette) s. 
I. bie iiJcrlietite. 2. bie fiicbfc^aft, ber Cic6cg: 
^iiiife!. Chaucer. 3. CBot.) bag Pietgrag. 

Afiiorist, aiii'oriKt, (A m oro' SO) s. 
ter fcii'bliaber, ^uljle. 



Amorous, am'orus, adj. (ofu. on) teutige 9{ebengart t>^ 



AMP 

perlii'^t (in), —adv. A m ' o r o n s I y, iicrliebt. 

Amorousness, am'orusnes, *. 
bag i'ci-lie6te 2Cc|"cn , bie ,3artli(f)feit, 95er. 
Iie6tf}eit. ^ fpje unfwm. 

Amorplia, amor'fa, (gr.) «. [-yiit.] 

Amorphous, amor'fus, (gr.) ndj. 
1. [•-Ofinernlg.] (niMt^g, gpfralttng. 2. ungeflalt. 

Amorpliy, amrtr'fc, (a piiv. nnb 
morfe gr.) s. 1. f-^JTineralg.] bie OieiTaltloiigi 
feit. 2. bie Ungeilaltljeit. Swipt. 

Amort, amort', (tut. mortnus) adj. pb. 
"dv. 1. ube, Mt, fliti. 2. ficrril&t, nieber. 
gefd)fagen, mifjnuitljig, tranrig. Shak. 

Amortization, amorteza'.'shini. ^ 

Amortizement, amor'tLment, ^ 
s. [9eed)tgrpr.] I. bie 9(mnrti|afii>n. 2. bag 
.ftaiifredjt einer (Semeinbe. 3. bie ^cimfler. 
tmng eineg StfjnS. Bi-ackstome. 

Amortize, amSr't!/, . (fir. amortir) 
V. a. [9{ecf)tgrpr.] 1. an bie tobte 5panb ucr* 
faufen. 2. jingfirei mad)en (<?c()en). 

Amotion, amo'-shiin, (fat.) a. bie 
(Jntfernung. ^ Warton. 

Amount, amount', t. I. ber 25eraiif, 
iSetrag. To the - of, ini "yefrage , fiir ben 
25ctrag wn... 2. f bcr^nfjart, 5?anptinl)alt, 
luefentlidje 5nI;oft, baS ilDefentricfje, 533efent. 
''4)lte- [maff)t eg? 

What is the - of It? mie utcl IJerragt ob. 

Amount, (norm, amont) v. n. (to) 

1. au6mad)tn, fid) 6eraufen (auf), &etragen. 

2. f (to) fjinaugraufcn (auf etioag). 3. « 
(leigen , f)inauffteigen. 

Amour, amoor'. (fr. SB.) *. ber 2ie« 
I'cg^anber, bie £itb(d)cift.^ ^ [bar, abfefsbar. 

Amovable, amoo'vabi, adj. entfe^* 

Amoval, amoo'val, *. f bie gmiilic^ 
9S5egf(f)affnng. 

Amove, amoov', ((at. amoveo) v. a. 
t 1. luegft^afFen. 2. at'fe^jcn, cntfe^^en. 

Ampelite, am'pciite, (u. gr.) *. 
[^^iiieralg.] ber 93ergtorf, bie 23crgpcd)erbe. 

Amper, am'pur, (angelf. ampre) «. 
[*7)?eb.] bag 53(ntgef(f)H)iir. 

Ampliibial, amflb'cal, pi. Atw 
phibials Ober 

Ampliibia, amfib'ea, s. [>J?aturg.J 

bag 9lmp()i6inm, pi. bie 9(mpt)i(Men. 

Ampllibiolite, auitiij'colite. «. 
[Wmeraiq.] ber 9(mpl;i()ien|Tein. 

AmpIiibioloi»-ical , amfibeo- 
lodje'ckal, adj. jur 9Jmpr)ibien(e()re fle^5rig, 
ampt)i6iologifdK 

Auipltibioloij-y , amfibcol'l6je , 
(gr.'' «• bie Se^re, 9(t'()anb(ung I'lOcr bie 9lm» 
pl)i(iicn, 9Impt)i6ien(c()re, 91mpI)i&io(ogie. 

Ampltibious, amfJb'cus, (gr.)n'y. 

[^afiirg.] ampljibifdj, beiblcbig. 2. ± oon 
gcmifcfjter 9lrt. - breed, bie gemift^te 9?ace. 

AHipltibiOUSness,amtib'eu$nls, 

bag 91mp()i6icnartige. 

Ampliibium, amfib'eum, t. [97a« 
tiirg.] bag 9lMip()i6ium. 

Ampllibole, am'fcbole, (gr.) «. 
[•TOineralg.l bie 5?orn('(fnbe. 

AmplliboliC, amfcbdl'ik, ndj. [^JKit 

neralg.] jnr SornMenbe geljorig, ()iirn('(en» 

benartig. [kal, adj. jivribi-iitig, iH'rfrfjraubt. 

AmplliboiOfficai, amfcbolod'je- 

Ampiiiboio{;-y, arniciiol'oj^, (gr. 

ampliiboloyia) t. bie Su'eibeiitigfcit, jn)et» 



epradje. 



.^(5 Fi'.r«>. fir. f?.!l. int. M*. mef. Finp. fin. N6. nioxp. n^r. <??><. oil. ^I6u(l. Tiil)e. tub. fnll. tMu. TUU, 



AMP 

AmfllliltoloitS, anif!l)'l)olMs. ((\r. 
arnplii llIl^ liallo) «<(/. t |'d)ninnfent) , iiiiin'; 
ivifr, jiveiSeiitin. 

Ainpliiboly, an.f?i)'i.olc. (gr.) ». f 
6ic 3^l>pi^elltii^ft• it , DoppeIBeiiti<)feit. 

Altiplli1>raPll, anifcliiak, } 

An»g>liiter»cUys, am'febrakez, ^ 
(gr.i 4. I'iHH-r.] bi-r 31ntpl)t6rnd)>)(5. 

AnipIliCfyOniC , aiDfiktcnn'ik, 
ailj. (olt. Wr. ) nnipljif foonii'd) , Slinpljifs 
tpcmen . . 

Ainpllictyons, anifik'tciins. s.pl. 
(alt. 0)r.) Me '3luipl)ifti)oneii, 25^If<:•^^'fll•or^: 
netcn. [•'Wincmlg.) ter ludpc ©miint. 

AE»spl«i^-<'ne, ani'tcjone, (gr.) *• 

Aiiipltiltexaliedml, amfciick- 
»alic'diai.((ir.)«.|.ftrit1n(logr.l Ccppi-lunu-fdin. 

Anipliil'Og'y, f. Amp h ibo log y. 
, AiKpltiiiiacer, anifim'aMir, (gr.) 
». [^Hifi.) tcr 9liupl)ininfrii§. 

Ainpliisl»«^na,anifisbe'iia.^('(]V.) «. 

Allipl>i)<1>en, aiiifis'ben, ^ [3i(U 
furg.] Die 9fin(ii'(rd)liiiuiL'. 

AlltplllKCiaGlS, amfish'eans.^ (gr.) 

Aiiipltiscii; aiiitlsli'ci, ^*.pi. 

Me ,}iucird)iittinfn a3iMfcr(9limio(jiHT t>. iinip. 

Ainpllitlienier, ( ampbet/ie'atur, 

Ainpliitlieatro, ^ (gr.) *. bn5 3lnu 
l'()it()cnter, Me 9Cinib(u'il)iic, 

Allipllitlieatral) amfct/ic'atral, 
adj. eincm Olmplurljcntrr nfjnlid), niiipl)itl)ca; 
trnlird). [ickal. ailj. niiipf)itl)fiural!rd). 

Ainpliitl»ea<rical» amiei/icat'- 

Anipliitrite^ am'fcinre. (gr.) »■ I. 
[^r)tt).\ aimpf)itrite, f. 2. [3iaturg.] id., 
wnliciiftniiinec 5EnfTi'nviirm. 

Ainplior, am' fur, ) (Idt. 20.) «■ 

Aiiipliora, am'fora,^ ((lit. 03rirc^. u. 
9?iim) bie ^Jlmplji^rn (eiii ^eiiimafy. 

Ample, am'pl, ((at.) adj. I. mit. 
iDeitlaiifig , aiu'ne&eliiit, geraiimig, treir. 2. 
grpfj (ber .Dirfe nnd)). An — tear, cine grDfje 
Xljrfliie. SiiAK. 3. ± a) iincingerrfjranft, 1111= 
tiefd)ranft, iinM'grniijt. b) reUtlic^, prad)tig, 
glaiijciib, frrigefcifl. [i)cr|prcd)cn. 

To make -r promises, gplbeiie 53crgf 

Aiiipleness, amp'iiieH, «. 1. bie 
TOeite, ^cirlaiifigfeit. 2. ± a) bie (^SrJfic, 
<l$rad)t, bet OJlanj. b) bie llnbegraiiirljcit, 
llneinnei"d>raiifti)eit. 

Ainplexicaul f amplck'sekiw!, 
(lat.) adj. [Sot.] bcii ©tangel vt). ©raiiim 
iinirdjlii'iJfiib. 

Allipliafe, ani'plcAte, v. a. I. er: 
iveirerii , I'ti'drligerii. 2. ['ipapfK. itiirie] 
A m p 1 i a t i 11 g letters, (Jrlaiibiiig&riefe jlir 
Slnfiihriing tur()rfrer 53eivei|e. 

Ampliation, amplea'shun, .1. I. f 
bie ©riueiicriiiig, meitere 3lii^bef)niiiig, 2Ser: 
griiifjeniiig. 2. 1 a) bie lletcrtrcitiiiig. b) bie 
SH5i'itrd)nipingffit, ?23eitlaiifigfeit. 4. [roni. 
9{frf)tl ^l■v 'JlI:iYd)iiO 111 'J{cd)r<-rad)rii. 

Ampiificate, amplit'ekaie. f. A ni- 

' Amplification, amplcfcUa'shun, 
9. I. bie (S-rmciicriiiig, SBcrgri^'iifniiig. 2. 
0{f)ct.] a) bie »!lii^eiiiniibcrfetiiiiig, '■idifbri): 
luing, ivcitere, iiniilaiibiid)fre ^JliiJfilhniiig, 
^nvfiteriing. bj bie lifrfrrrirt'eiie ©dillDening. 
Amplifier, anrplcliur, s. I. bcr 
(S-rmrirrrcr, 23frflri:>i5erfr. 2. 1 ber 55rrgro; 



ANA 

Amplify, am'plefi, (fr. amplifier) 
v.a. J 11. f eriucircrii, uergv5rjrrn,aii^<b-'l)nen. 

Amplify, v. n. I. (on) fid) iveitlaiifig 
auSbriicteii (uOer). 2. fiinii5eiibe (£d)ilbcruii! 
gen nind)en; (on) (©hua§) prad)tig, poiupj 
fjaft barflfllcn , aii^malcn. 

Amplitiifle, am'plctude. (int.) s. 
1. ber llinfaiig, bie ^eite, (i3rijgc. 2. ± bcr 
Umfang (beg 25erilnnbe« k.). 3. bie glide, 
ber 9{iMditl;iim (eiiieS ©toffcS). 4. ber G)laiij, 
bie SBiirbe. 5. laiitron.] bie "iCcite. 6. [23al: 
!i|tif J bie ^cite, Sd)iif3meite, SBurfiveite. 7. 
Magiietical — . bie ^Jl&iueid)iing be6 D|l: unb 
5Betlpuiifte5 bcr ^pnipagrofe. 

Eastern, ortive -. [9l|lroiI.] bteTOorgeil; 
meitC; western, occiduoiis, occasive — , bic 
2l('cnbii)eite; northern -, bie Witteriiad)t= 
lueite; southern — , bic SOJittagivcite. 

A III p I i t II d e - c o m p a s s , [■>))iar.] ber 
■iJJeilfDnipa^. 

Amply, am'pic, adv. I. iiiii|Tanbli(^, 
uieitliiiifiig. 2. reid)lic^; uoHfonimeii. 

Amputate, am'puiate, (lat.) v. a. 

1. [(Fl)ir.l rtbnel)iiieii , o6(&fen, niiipiitireii. 

2. [>j>i.irtif.] at'f)aucn. 
Amputation, amputa'sliun, s. 

\<S\)\t.] bas aiMiefjmeii , bic ajl'difiing , 9(ni: 
piitatioii. [bn* amulet. 

Amulet, am'iilet, (fr. auuilelte) .s. 

Amurce, amursc', *. bie CcKjcfeii. 

Amurcosity, amiirkos'cte, «. bat' 
Oelljcfige. 

AuiUSe, amuze', (ft. amuser) v.a. I. 
uiitprljalten (C^iiicn), bie 3cit I'erireiDcii (&!: 
iipiin. 2. (Jiiicii l)iii()alten , niifl;alteii, Oci 
bcr ^Jiafe I)eruiiifi'il)reii. 

Amusement, amu/.e'nient, «. bcr 
Scitufrtrcil', bie Uiirerf;altuiig. 2. " iai ticfe 
^iad)beiifcH. 

Amuser, amu'zur, *. i. (Jincr, bcr 
iintcrl)alf, 21iibcrii bie 3''it I'crtrcitt. 2. bcr 
5Sct'd)iua(>fr, SSorfpicgcIcr, Giiier, ber Sltibcre 
Ijinlialt emit 23i'rrpred)ungcii 20. [teiib. 

Amu.^in;!^, amu'^'mg. nrf/. untcrljal' 

AmusiSl^ly, aiiiu'.ciiigle, adv. aiif 
eiiic iintcrl)nltfiibe 2Beife. 

Amuslve,amu'siv.nf?;.iiiitcr()altetib. 

Amy grdalate , amig'daiate, ((at. 

aniygdaliis) adj. lUMl, luit Ob. ailij O^fntlbClll 
gcniad)t. - *. bie •Watibc(mi(c(). 

Amyg-daline, am'g'dal'n, adj. 
luaiibclartig. [cine 9lrt TBti(d)pfraiijc. 

Amyg-flalite, amigVlalite. i. |3.u>t.J 

Amyg-daloid , amig'daloid , «. 
[TOiiiera(g.] bcr •OTanbe(iteiii. 

Amyj»-daloidal , anug'daloidal. 
adj. jiiiii '>)}iaiibc(|1eiiie gefjorig. 

Amylaceous, amclA'shris (u. (at. 
aniyliim) adj. flarfiiie(;larti3 , ihmi ©tarfc, 
ULMi £tarfciiief)(. [9liiii)(in. 

Amyline, am'elin , «. f(J'()ctii.] ba^- 

Amyztii, anut'tli, *. f'DTatiirg.] bcr 
nierifani)'d)c 'iJiainc tti ©celmucii. 

An, an, (aiigcd". an, ane) 1. ['Jlrtifcl] 
ein, cine, ein. 2. ffir one. Shak. 

An, (gr. 11. nltcngl. fur if) lucnii; i.'^. 
An it please your honor. 'ilwA) fur and if, 

as if, unb luenn, n(d ivcnii. 

Ana, i'na, a a Pb. a (gr. ^.) udv. 
I'iphann.] g(cid) pirt \>m jrbcni. 

Ana, G-ubuug i>icicr 55iid)erfitc(, ivic 
Scalij,erana, ©ailtmdiiig ciUjilner &t- 



ANA 

brtnFcn Scaligcr*. 

Anabaptism, anai)ap'(!zm, *. ber 
?lna(>aptii-nt , bie Eehrc ber "iBicbcrtaiifcr. 

Anabapti.iit, anaiKip'tlst, igr.) «. 
bcr 5lna&apti|l, 2Bicbcrtaufer. 
Anal»aptistical,anabapt:s'lek.Tl.^ 

Anabapti.Oitic, anabaptis'uk, \ 
adj. nnatuiptiflifd). 

Anabapti.^try, anabap't'.strc, s. \ 
bic Scljre nb. €efte ber IDicbcrrmifer. 

Anabaptize, analiaptize', I), a. f 
miebertaufen. [9lrt ^apagci in 35ra|i(icii. 

Anaca, an'aka, s. [Crnirl).] id., einc 

Anacamptic, anakam'tik, (gr.) 
adi. [£>pt. u. 9lfii|h] iun'icfpraflenb, nun! 
famptifd). |Dpt.) bie Atatupfrii'. 

Anacamptic.4, aiiakam'lik.s, S.J)'. 

Aliacardium, anakar'dci'im, «. 
[a3ot.] ta-:- 25nnflf)er}, bie eifpbantcn(aii5. 

Anacatliartic, anakai/dr'tik, (gr.) 
adj. I^TOeb.] ben SliuJnnirf befin-bcriib. 

Anacatliartic, *. [-TOcb.] bie nuf. 
luarf^ mirfcnbc 91rjenci. [adi. ciiiupblcrird). 

Anacboretical, anakorefekal, 

AnacilOritC^, anak'on'te, (Ancho- 
ret Ob. A n a c h o r e f) (gr.) .t. bcr d-illficblcr. 

Anaclironism, an.ik'r(nii/m, (gr.) 
s. bcr 9In(id)n'nit^iM , 3cirrcd)iiiiiig?fc()(er. 

Anaclironi!^tiC , anakronls'tik, 
adj. eiuen Slnad^nMiiiMii cnt()iilfcnb, beni 
Datum ufld) uiiridjtig. 

Anaclastic, anaklas'tfk, (gr.) adj. 
[Cpt.l anaflaiTifd). - glass, t(\6 2Sc,rirg(a5. 

Anacla.«tiC<«, anaklas'tiks, s. pi. 
[.Opt.] bic ©tra()lcnbrcf^iing(5funbe, @tral;! 
(eiibrcd)iiiigi'lfl;rc. 

Anaconda, anakon'da, s. [??ai 
turg.] id., cine 9lrt Dficfcnfdjlange. 

Anacreontic, anaUicnn'ifk, adj. 
anafrcinirifd).. - «. bai- auafrcontifdjc P3cbid)f. 

Anademe, an'ademe, (gr.) a. bie 
25(iiineiifrrne. Browne. 

Anadiplosi.H, aiia(leplo'.sis, (gr. 
^.) s. |5C()ct.] bie 'JBiebcri'crboppcliing. 

AnadromOU.««, anad'dromus. (gr.) 
adj. igiaturg.) nnabriMuifd), I'l'u bcr ©ce in 
brtS ri'i(3e aBaffer ()eranffinninenb(i>. 3ifd)cn). 

Anag'-lypli, .in'agllf, (gr.)«. [-iMlblj.] 
bie l)a(berl)a('eiie 9lrt'cit. [glijptifd). 

Anag-lyptic, anaglip'tik. adj. anni 

Anag'og'e, f an'nagojc, (gr. 53.) ». 

Anasos;'y, { (I()ci>(.] l. bie .^cr.iere 
^eOiiug, itvi G-ntjfirfeii; ber l)cr,icrl;ebeiib! 
0)cbaiife. 2. bie SJinuciibiing bcr adtcifnincnt! 
(id)en ^(flcgpricn aiif b :i neue icilanicnt. 
* Anag-Og-ical^annagnd'jckal. (A n a- 
goget'ical) adj. [ i()cp(.) geljciiiinibTrft, cr< 
Ijat^cii, nii)|1if(t, f)cr,jer!)c(>eiib. — adv. Ana- 
g o g ' i c a 1 1 y , gc(;eimni(5iH>fI. 

Anag-Og:iC.«i, annagud'jiks, s. pi. 
nii)t1iHl)e 55ctriid)tnngcn. Addiso.n. 

Anag'ram, an'nagram, (gr.) «. b.iS 
^^Jlnagranim. 

Ana^raminatical , anagram- 

niat'ckal. rb. 

Ana{>'rammatiC,anagranimal'ik. 
adj. aiiagraiiiiiiarifd). ciii 3(nagranii.n ('t(bciib. 

Anag'rammatism , anagram'- 
maii7.m, s. bici^uiirt, ^3t!iagranttne ju I'ih 
ben , lie Qlnngraniiiifnl'ilbiiiig. 

Ana)!;°rammati»(t, anagram' ma- 
jist, *. bcr '■Jlnagraiuiiiatiil. 



F<^l(■. r'ir. fail. (.'t. M^. met. Fine, fin, N6, move, n6r, ^ot. 6il, rl5nd. Tube, tub, fiili. i/,in, Till*. :?7 



ANA 

AnAgTHiniatatizt^f auagrani'Dia- 
ti'/e, r. »i. 'Jlnaflrnmmc ti;iii1)(;ii. Herbert. 

Anagros, au'agins. t. id. ein'iJnict); 
femnnG in Spaiiicu. [-ilfter (]ct)ori(], *ilfter... 

Auillf a iial, (iiOll> lilt, anuii) adj. )um 

Aunlciiii) aiialsiiu,«. [^innalQ.\ 

ttiirfdificr I'P. I}nrtiT Sfi'ljrlj. 

AnnleCtfl, an'alekts, (gr.) «■ pi 
aiiri-rierciit eti'irfe, iirudjilurfe U\u6 Sc^rift: 
ftiUfni JO, 51iiolffteii. 

Anuleilliua, aii'alemma, «. 1. 
fOicom.] ter 3ti<iicnnciact , t)n& \Uiiiilcminn. 
2. i'Jlilroii.] ttr i£iMiiicn}i'tiiir, easaiiiiilciiima. 

AoHlepsiSf aiialep'si«, (flr. 253.) *. 
I•0)fe^.l tie erl)PUmg, iuieC'tr()erflt:(Uiiuj. 

Analeptic^ analep'lik, (gr.) adj 
!0Ke6.] |liirffii&, cri\uirf<:i'B. - «• t^* l^'ir 
feiiPe •Jiiilmmflemiitel, bte iLirfeiiPe 9Irjeiiei. 

AOttlogwl) anal'ogal, adj. «l)lUid), 
AllOlng. 

Aaalugrical, aualodje'ekal, adj 
rtllfllpgifd), nl)llll(f), umuilllCt. - adv. \na 
I'ig'ically, niinlPflird). »« ilcl)Uli(^f«it6 
r.'.Kl flfiii'MJ; tiirit IW' 'Mnfllpgic. 

AnalOJU-icalnesN « analoajeekal 
iiIh. *. Mc nniilraifdje (S-igfiirdjoft oPer SSe 
fi1).ifffiil)fit. 

Analuff'iKiiif anSrAjitm, «. brr 
?l!iaiu<ii»m, '>ltl)iilid)ftttiM'd)liifi, 6i« 9teljiu 
Iiitff't«'Pfl'f'<<)imn. Ihiiiitlff f« iUmiloflir. 

AnaloyiMt, anariojixf. «. btr Jlii: 

AnalwJIf ize, amial'lojui, i>. a. AlliK 

(r.jir.-t), tiint) fif Oln,iii>iie crfuircn. 

Analut4r«M*t iii*ariO!;u&, <■((/. (io< 

fliinli'iiit'l) Oiiit), nljiiliil), fliniljiirtig. 

Analoff-y, aiiai-ioje. ((jr.) «. I. (lo, 
ulili, beiwcen) Pie <iliiiilo<iie, itebereiiifttni' 
nuiiig, <Hel)nli(f)feit, P,i6-.nd)iilic()feit!5i)crl)nlt: 
mS, Pie (4ilcjrf)f[>rmi(jf<it, aJemanPtfdjnft 
(iiiit, ju>i|M)eti). 2. lOJr.imm.] 6ie 'Sprnct): 
fll)iilid)frit, ^el)nli(f)feit6rr<irt. 

To have o6. bear - t» d6. with.., ?lel)ll: 
liitirrtt l)iU'en (mit). 

Analysis, 3nai'li«is, ((\r. W.) m. 
1. [«ot. II. (ynuiim.] tie 3erlrflim<i, 3fr= 
flliebctuiifl. 2. [(El)em.] Pie «Uiifii,ifiiiio , 3er! 
I'cijuiig, 9(iin(i)fe. 3. [Di'fl.l Pie 'ilttnlofe (i'u 
Wegeiifn^e i>i>ii ®i)iit^cfej. 4. Pie Ii.irleflintfl, 
ter 9lu6iU(]. 5. ['JKntJj.] Pie 'Kiifrpfiinaftfimi'J, 
31iiali)f(«. (iMiiolijtifer. 

Aualystf, Sn'ailtt, «. ['i)7?arl}.] Per 

Analytic, analll'lk, ^»r(/. ailtlll): 

Analytical, aiialii'ekai.^tifcf), niif: 
loicilP. - adv. A II a 1 y t ' i c .1 1 1 y, nnalDtird). 

Analj'tics, aiiai'i'iks, t. pi. pie 
Qliinlotif, (iiinli)tifdie 'Wetlj^Pe. 

Analyze, an'alue, (<\r.) V. a. (lltA: 
iDilren, auflL'rfu, jcnilicPi-rii , niiSeiiiniiPer: 
feijeii; [■Wnrl).] lUipiiMVii ; [6t>em.] jcrleflni, 
jerfefjen; Cipljil.) oupi'Kii. 

Analyzer, anaiixur. «. I. pa^iiiv 
l!fifer, 91ii.ili)firciiPe. 2. [dljcm.] ini 9tiif= 
li fuiiajiitittel. 

AnainorpIlUSiH , anamorToMs. 
(flr.) «. 1. [Opr. 11. OJi.il.) Pie3criticiff)iiuii<i. 
bai JJeriifieniiUPc, tunilUd)e 3crrl'iIP, tie 
SliiflinorpljPie. 2. tie SSenwiiiiDliiiiii tcrOJeilnlr. 

Ananas, ana' iiai.. 4. [^t>r.]Pie<}lniiuA£. 

Anapest, aa'apikt, (gr.) «. [-Ipocf.] 
bcr 'iliiiU'iiil. 

Anapestic, auapes'l'k, adj. flUAr 
pcfiid). - *• tn« niiiipailirrtje iBerSnug. 



ANA 

Anaphora, anaf'fora. (gr. ^.) « 

1. [i)vl)et ] tie 9Iiiiipl)cr, 2S3mll'ie^frl;^^IlllIfl. 

2. [-Wet.] Per ^luts ot. (firer^^hiSiuurr". 
Anaplerotic, aiiapicini'ik, (gr.) 

adj. [■i))?ct.] niinplerotifd), flcirf^^irjeiigeiiP 
- # tni niinpleroti|"c<)e 'DJiittcl. 

Anarcli, auiik, *. Per ^tuird) 
9?ll!)cfliirer. Milton 

Anarchic, anar'kik. I adj. nn- 

Anarchical, anar'kakal.^ ardMl'd), 
9e|"fi)lofi. ld)i\i. 

Anarchist, au'arkist, s. Per SHunx. 

Anarcliisin, an arkLm, «. tie 'Hn- 
{itdjic , Oiefe^Iofigfeit. 

Anarchy, anlrki, (gr.) «. tie ^w- 
ard)ic, (ycfeijliM'igfeit, 23frii»irruiig. 

Anasarca, aiia.-.ar'ka, (gc; «. I'^Ttct. I 
Pie Ceibiunficriudjt. 

AnasarCUUS , aaatar'kus, adj. 
ivii|ierfiid)tig , tie £eit'iu(i(Tcri"ud)t beireffeiit. 

Anastomose, anas' looiuie, v. ». 

1. [lUtuU.] ilc^ eiitmuiitea ot. ecctiiiteii. 

2. (ibot.l (id) uerailelii. 
Anastoniosy, anantoin'oke. ^(gr.) 
Anastomosis, anamouiu'Kiii.^j. I. 

[Oltuit.] tie (^tuniriiitiiiig, 3iir>iniiiieiiriiiii'i 

ter ^Pern. 2. {^ou] Die StJerbiiiPung , 9>i-r^ 

lijlelung. l.ijleiii. 

To form an -, fid) riiinu'iiiPrit, fid) ucr- 

Anastomotic, ana^ioiuorik. duid) 

\ naatoiu at' ic) (gr.) adj. [OJi'ft.] i>lT 
iieiiP , eroffiieiiP. - $. tn6 (yroffiiuiigemifrel. 

Anastrophe,/ ana»'trut«, igr.) « 

Anastrophy,^ TiX^et.J tic ^Uiiiiilru 
pt)e , 'iOorcyerif Jjuiig. 

Anatase, au'aiise, (gr.) i. [-Kiiie 
ralg.j kliuicr, rec^tiviiifetigcr, ofrnetrifilja' 
Sdjilirl. LiRK 

Anathein, an'aiAeui, \ (gr.) *. i 

Anatiiema, anai/i'iina.^ tad ^llil 
tljrm , Per ajiimifliid), .Uird)eiib(iiiii. 2. tit 
mit Pern iBnnnfliict)e telegre ^eriVii. 

Anatlieinatical,aiiai/i^mai'ekai 
adj. Pen Sfliiiiflud) berrctfeiiP. -adv. Ana 
tlieniat'ically, liod) ilct ted ltir(t)eii: 
tfliine*. 

Anathematization, anai/iema 
lezi'iiliuii. i. Pie 58erj1ii<t)Uiig , ^clcijuiuj 
in it Pern 33aiinf1ud)e. 

Anathematize, anat/i'emaiize. 
B. a. ill Pen fiird)eiib(inii t»)Uii. ^ 

Anatiferous, anatifenis. ((at.) 
iidj. cnteiireid), ©lueii . . . -concha, [icpiid).] 
Pie Contemn 11 |'d)el. 

Anatocism, anat'tAki^m, (gr.) t 
PnJ 2Ciirf)ern mit 3iiiren mif 3iiil'eii. 

Anatomical, anatom'ekal, adj. I. 
aiiaroiiiifd). 2. l aDgefpiitert, jerlffli- - «''"• 
A n a t o ni ' i c a 1 1 y , nimtpniifd). 

Anatomist, auat'iomlst, «. Per 
'ItiinriMiiifcr, 3crgliftcrcr. 

Anatomize, anat'tomize. p. a. 1. 
niiatpiiiireti, jerglieterii. 2. t jcrglieterii (ten 
^arnfter einer 'SpcruMi !c.) 

jl^natomy, anafime. (gr. anatoniia) 
». 1. tie ^aniirotiiie, 3frgliePcriiiigifiiii|l. 2. 
tie 3crglieteriing ; (nuc^ 1 OJrainiu.). 3. tir 
L'ehre upi" ^iTperbnii. 4. ta5 ©felert, 
(iJerippe. 5. j tie m.i.iere iPcrfPii, tns ©fe; 
left. 6. ter lot (perfiMiifijirf). Siiak. 

Anatrou, au'airnn. (. |Cr()i>iii.] I. Pn^ 
9?atriim, tie Sota. 2. tie (i)l«ega(lc, Per 



A^^ 

®(a6f(f)niim. 3. Per ©afpeter (an <5Kaucrn). 
Anbury, an'buic, s. eiiie ilr.infi)cit 
ter Dfiibcn; [9{i>gnrjncif.], f. Am bury. 
Ance, (ri-f)ott.) eiiiinal. 
Ancestor, an'scslur, (laf. anteces- 
sor, nitfr. nncesires) *. ter 911; u , 55orfahr; 
pl. tie 9Jf)neii, SJonilrcrii. 

Ancestral, aii..ies'(ral, adj.\.\\iaii.&j, 
aiiflcilnmint. - *. f tie C5-rtl;iiItigiiiig. 

Ancestry, an'.slstrc, *. tie ailjitenj 
Per ©faiiini, tie (^)ct>urt. 

Auchilops, an'kilops, (gr. a!gi. 
lops) t. [-JJfct.J Pad Il;rmiengerd)iuiir, 3ie« 
geiiaiige. 

Anchor, ank'ur, (gr. ngkyra, (at. 
ancora) *. 1. [»)Kar.] ter 91iifcr. 2. f Per 
'iliifer (Pie 3"ffud)r, Dinrfjljiilfe). 3. [3Irrf)it.] 
Per aiiifer. 4. [ iperlt. ] Per 9lnfcr. 5. tie 
iilninnicr oP. ©djlnntcr. 6. Per .^afcii cinrr 
©(^nalle. 7. ter »JIiifer, tag Siiifcrfafid^cn 
(= V» ©imer). 8. (lir Anaclioret, Per 
GinfiePIer. Sh*k. 

Sheci-anclior, Pcr^jnuptanfcr, 9?pt(). 
nnter. Bow -anchor. Per (5)at'cliinfer. 
Foul -, ciii 91nfcr, tefTen Inn fid) iiinfdjia. 
gon f)nt. Shauk pp. beam of the — , tie 
Olnferrut^e. 

To weigh -, ten Sliifer (id)fen. To 
cast ot. drop -, ten 9Infer nm-iwirfcn. To 
back an -, pm <Unfer I'erfattcii. To cat 
(he -, Pen ainfcr niiffatten. To slioe an -, 
einen 9ln(er beflciten. To lie ot. ride at -, 
wx 9Infer lirgen. The - comes home or 
drives, ta« 6d)itf trciOt I'or 9liifcr, tor 9In» 
fcr I'djieppt. To fish to -, imd) tein 21nfcr 
fird)en. To come to an — in some harbor, 
in einen .<f)nfen eiiilaufen. To stow the - 
upon the bow, ten 9lllfcr fippfll. To steer 
a ship to her -, auf Pen 9liifer jiiiTcuern. 
The anchor is a cock bill, Per 91nfer if} 
ium fallen (lor. The anchor is a peek. 
Per 9Jiifer ijl niif tint nicter. The anchor 
is a trip or a weigh, ter 91iifer i|l aii(gc« 
Ijigt, gelic^tet. Mak. Dkt. 

Anchor-ground, tergiite'^liifcrnrupt. 
— hold, 1. tic '5c|Tigfcit, 5?n(tiing tcC< 91ii» 
fcr«. 2. ter Slufcrnniiit. 3. ± tie ©id)crl)eir, 
--suiitli, ter 9Iiifcr|'d)uiiet. —-stocks 
I. pl. tic 3lnferl)i)ljer, 91iifcri1o(fe. 

Anclior, v. n. i. nnferii, 91nfcr ii>er» 
fen. 2. I'or ainfcr liegeii. 3. (on) i nnfern, 
I'lc^ fjeften (nuf) ; ©incm nad>()fiiigcn ; lucileii 
ot. fieljen bleiben (bci). [bcfeflinen, nnfern. 

Anclior, i>.«. l. oor'21nfer lenen. 2.i 

Anchorable, an'kurabl, adj. ■} 
juin Sliifcrn gut. 

Anchorag'e, ank'uridje, I. 1. Pel 
-Jlnfergrunt , Slnferplai;. 2. ade Slnfcr eiiic* 
S^iffeS. 3. ter 91nferio(!, tn« >21nfergclt. 
4. tnd 91nfern. 

Anchored, an'kiirrld, p.p. itdj. I. 
gennfert, por Slnfer liegeiit. 2. nnfcrartig 
(iirenj jo. (fictlcrinn. 

Anchoress, an'kurls, 4. tie Q-iii> 

Anchoret, an'Uoret. ) s. ter &iit< 

Anchorite, an'kon'ie.^ iletler. 

Anchorin;;^, an'kiiring, s. I. tai 
iUnfern. 2. ter91nfcrgriinP. 3. to^ •Jlnfergelt. 

- ground, ter giite 9lnfrrgriiiit. 

Anchovy, antkho've ot. an'tshovi, 
(porr. U. fp. aiichova, fr. anchois) i. [3%^ 
ti}i)oi.j tie ©arteflc, 91nfct)ooe. 



38 Falp. f'r. f^U. f/it. \I6. met. Fine, fin. No, move. n6r. gof, oil, rl6rid. Ti'rbe. tub, fnll. I^in, Tills. 



Ancient, Ane'tslient, (lat. ante, an- 
Uquus, fr. anci<>ii) ndj. 1. nit (tlirf)t lieil). 
2. nit, uwmalig, el)rmiilig. 

Ancient, s. I. t for 9IIte («!leltere). 
2. 3. pi. bie 'llltfii (Sicmer if.). 

Ancient, (fr. enseigne) a. f 1- bit 
5nl)iu' ; ^Innge. Shak. 2. bn 5al)nbrirf). Shak. 

Anciently, ane'tslieutle, aify. uor 
alters, c(;ebem. 

Ancientnes.*, Ane'tshlntnl*, ». 
bii5 filter, 2llterrf)iim. 

Ancientry, Ane'tslilntre, *. Me 
hol)c 'Jlbfimft; bas >.mterr(;iim bef ©tnniniei 
tjllitt. Spenseu. Shak. 

Ancienty, ane't.sliente, s. -f fiVi 
airer, 5Urertl)imt. Martin. 

Ancienty, s. in$ ?Imt fines '2lelte: 
fleii, bic yielteflenivi'irbe. 14- Hen. 111. 

Ancillary, an'siLirc, (int.) adj. l. 
[9{cci)t!5fvr.] untergeorbiut nIS '^Dtngb, ju 
eincr 'TJingb grIjL'rirt, aW *»?ngb bicneiib, 
«»?ngb... BI.ACK.STONE. 2. f mitergcnrbiiet. 

Ancipital, ansip'elal, (Int. anceps) 
adj. [^ot.] jmeifd)ncibig. 

Ancle, .Tnk'kl. .s.bcrSnorf)f(, f.A n k I e. 

Ancoiiie, an'kum, *. bnS 53Iiitgc: 
fd)linir. Boucher. 

Ancon, In'kon, (gr. SB.) ». ['Hunt.] 
ber 6'UH\ieii()otfer, <!lniil)ijcfer. 

AnCOne, an'kiSne, (Int. ancon) *. 
[9lrcf)it.] bici'DrrpriiigenSeiluSfriegiing; iJliiS^ 
uiic (J-inl'icgung; ber Quert'nlfen , ©pnrren. 

AnCOny, an'kone, (l>. gr. agkon) *. 
[e-ilVnl).) cin ©ti'icf (;nl6fcrtigef> ©tn^eifcii. 

And, and, (ntigflf. and) con./. 1. imb. 2. 
fci. 3. * bnjj. 4. i luenii; ii'Ciin niut. 

A coach and six, cine itutidje niit fec^S 
^r'erben. Toast - wine. g«r'6|letcg S5rob in 
2Dcin. Bread - butter, 55utterbrDb. A little 
more - etc., e6 \'el)Ut nidjt ml, fo !C. How 
can we go out - not etc., u'ie fbnncn luir 
flni'gcf)en, uljneic. Go - see, feljen ©ie nnd). 
Now and then, ocnSeit}" S^if- Better-bet- 
ter, ininier befTer. Two - two, pnnrmeife. By 
liitle - little, jind) unb nnd). - yet, btu- 
noc^. Yes, - please God, jn, fp ®iHt )vi(l 
(and fiir an it). Yes, — please your Lord- 
ship, ja, gnnbiger .<perr, menn e& G-iu. 
©nnbcn gcfridig i)l. What's that - please 
yon? niit G-rfnnbnifj, tun* i|l bnS? (and 
fllr an it).- if, *iuenn. - therefore, bcfljnlt'. 
Will you come — take a walk? luollcn ©ie 
eiiicn ©pnjiergnng mnc^en, ipn^iercn gcl;en? 

And, a. bnS Unb. Without ifs or 
ands, pfjne 5S3cnn nnb 9U'er, rl^ne fid) in 
beftnnen, o()ne ju jniibern. ['llnbnluftr. 

An'dalu$iite, s. [97Jintrnlg.] ber 

Andante, andan'le (it. W.) adv. 
[TOnf.] nnbnnte. 

Andante, «. ['^)J?Mf.] bns Qlnbnnte. 

Andarac, an'daiak, s. bnS ri>r()e 
Cpernient, ber rothe 91rrcnif. 

Andean, an'dcan, adj. [(55i-ogr.] jn 
ben 9(nbpn geljii^rig. 

Andira, ande'ra. *. [Dmitf).] id., 
rini" 9lrt JleberninnS in 'iJrntlilien. 

Andiron, and'ium, (teut. andena; 
ongelf. brandiren). *. 1. bn gcuerbucf, 
SSrnnbbotf (im Snunne). 2. ber SBrntborf. 

Andranatoiny, andranatome, 
(fit.) *. bie '•5»eni"(()enjergltebcrunfl, bie 91nn= 
totfliebeS ^fannee. 



ANG 

An'dreolite, *. [g)?incrnrg.] ber 
2lnbreDlitf) , Jlrenjilein. 

Andrew, an'dni, a. («J?nmc) 9In> 
brenS. Merry -, bcr SnnSiunril. 

Androg-ynal, androdje'cnal, ^ 

AndrOg'ynoitS, androdjc'cnus. i, 
adj. jiDttterfjnft/ jmitternrtig. - adj. An 
drog'ynally, luie ein Qwitttv, M cin 
Stvirter. [a. bcr Siuitter, tin-i '>)^nnniueiii. 

Androgrynus, androdje'enus, (gr.) 

Android, an'droid (u. gr.) a. bcr 
'})inrd)itii nnicnfcf) , (yctriebtnenrd). 

Andromeda, androm'eda, a. I. 
((Jigcnn.) ^Inbronicbn, f. 2. [5l|"tnMi.] 9[n. 
bromcbn. [pi. bie g7fenrd)i'nfrciTiT. 

Andropliag-i , androi'aji, (gr.) <■ 

Androtoiny, androt'tome, (gr.) *■ 
bie 2lnnioinie bc5 •'Bfcnrd)cn. 

Auear, anere', pn/ep.nnfjC &ei ob. JU. 

Anecdote, an'ekdote, (gr.) a. bic 
9IncfbPte. [nncfbotifd). 

Auecdotical, anekdot'ekal, adj. 

Anele, annele', (nngclf. aell, Del) 
v.a. t ©incni bie leijteDclnng gebcn. .Shak.. 

AneiUOgrapliy, aneniog'gralc. 
(gr. anenios u. grap/io) 4. ['!pl;i)|".] bieiB3inb = 
fccfd^rcibung. [«. [^^l;i)r.I bie ^inblcl^rc. 

Aueinolog-y, anemol'loji, (gr.) 

Auemoiueter , ancmonrmetur, 
(gr.)«. [^1)1)1'.] btt^JBinbnictTcr, aineniometcr. 

Anemone,/ anemone, (gr. 'Si.) a. 

Auemouy, ^ ['^ot.j bie ^ilncnione, 
b(ii '2i5inbrbS(^en. 

Anemoscope, anem'oskope, (gr.) 
*. ber 2Cinb}cigcr, bie 5H3inbfnl)ne. 

An- end, anend', (6e(y. on end) adv. 
[^X?nr.] renfred)t, gcljigt. 

Anent, anent', (fd)Dtt.) praep. I. 
gcgciiuber. 2. in 2)ctrcff; iibcv. 

Aues , ins , ) a.pl.bk 51gc(n, Slc^eln, 

Ai^'us, Awns,^ ®rnnnen (nni cyetrci; 
be IC.) [pose; sole-errand. 

Anes-errand, (fdjott.) of set pur- 

Aneucli, (rd)otr.) gcnug. 

Aneurism, an'urLm, (gr.) «■ 
[OJteb.] bie '!j5nienbergcrd)multl, ber $ulS- 
nberfropf. [einer ^ulSrtbergerrf)uiul|l gcljorig. 

Aueurismal, auuriz'mal, adj. jn 

Ane'W, anii', (a ^rnf. U. new) adv. 
I. uon OTcueni, nuf 'cci6 5ieue, nbcrninl, ii'ic: 
ber, wicbernm. 2. nuf cine neue 3lrt, neu. 

Anfractuous , antVak'tshuus, 
(nnd) Anfrac'tuose) (Int.) ndj. fruunu, 
minfelig, gciuunbcn, frnnimgmigig. 

Aufractuousuess, antiak'tshu- 

iisnes, Pb. 

AnfractuOSity, anfraklshuos'ctc, 
*. 1. bie ilriinnne, ^rumniung, bci& aBin= 
felige, ilrnninie. 2. Cilnnt.] bie (5'rI;i:>I;nng, 
ivriimmiing, ©djlnngelung. [itninimc. 

Aufracture, anfrak'tshure, *. bie 

Ang-eiotomy « f. A n g i o t o m y. 

Ang-(^1« iine'jel, (gr. aggelos. Int. 
angelus, nngclf. angel) *. 1. bcr CJ-ugcl. 2. 
± bcr G-ngcl (fdjiimrS, licdcnSiui'irbigciJ <))fnb; 
d)cn). Shak. 3. l-DJiiiuiiu.J ber (Ingel, Qiu 
geltl)nler. 

Augel-age, bcr S'lflnnb bcr (?ngfl. 

Beaum. andFrETCHER. --bed. bni)(5"ngel(?ett. 

-fish, [0d)tlii)0l.J ber G-ngclfira). --like, 

cngclglcid), cngiifc^). --shot, bie i?cttcnfuj 

flcl. --winged, ^ roieG'ngelJli'flel (jnbcnb. 



APsG 

A n g e I - w o r « h i p, bic 95erc()riing bcr (?nge(. 

Ang-el, «'//• cngclglcid), cnglird). Shak. 

Ang-el, a. [3ditl)i;pi.] ber g-ngclrodic, 
')}i'ecrcngfl , (S-ngclfird). 

Ang-elic, anjcriik, \adj. 1. (cm 

Ang-elical, Injei'ekai.^ gclntjnlid); 
englifd). 2. i englifd) (lic&cnSiuiirbig!..). -adv. 
Angel'ically, englifd). 

Ang-elica, anjel'ekl, *. [93pt.] bie 
(5'ngclmnrj , 9Ingclifn. 

Ang-elicalnes.*, anjJl'lekalues. *. 
bie l)L>d)|le, u6crmenfd)lid)e SBprjnglirfjfeit, 
bai G-ngiifd)e, bie englifd)e :Scfd>nffenl)cit. 

Angrelites, an'jciites.*. p/. [JlircJjg.] 
bie Slngclircn. 

Ang-elolog-y, anjelol'loje. (gr.) *. 
bie 9U'l)nnblnng, £el}re pon ben (?ngcln. 

Ang-elot, an'jclot, (fr. anche) a. I. 
bie 9Ingelifn (£nute). 2. cine nite cngiifdje 
^Dh'injc. 3. cine 9Irt ficiner .fiiife aui bcr 
Oiorninnbie. 

Ang-er, Ing'gur. (gr. agcho, r. ango, 
nngelf. ange, angmod) a. 1. bcr Qprn, 3lrr« 
ger, 55erbrng. 2. f bnS a?rennen, btr 
©d)nierj (cineS ©cfctimilr!; 20. 

Angrer, v. a. 1. crjiirnen, nrgcrn, 
nnffrringcn , Opfe mnd)en. 2. f fd)mcr,il)nft 
nindjcn (cin 0)cfd)iviir :c.). Baco.-«. 

Ang"erly, ang'gurle, (anger n. like) 
adv. jprnig, f. Angrily, (ne, ipoisbrnune. 

Ang-iua, anji'na, a. ['^Jiei'.] bic^Brmu 

Ang-iOg-rapIty, anjeog'grale, [gr.) 
*. [?Kcb.] bie a3efd)rei6ung bcr i5lutiunt7cr< 
gcfiipe. [bie Slbcrleljre. 

Ang-iolog-y, anjeol'oje, *. [-Bh'b.] 

Aug^iomonospermous , an> 
jeonionosper'nius, (gr.) adj. [i>pt.] nur citl 
ein}igc5 ©nmenfprn in ber ©nnienfnpfcl trn» 
gcnb. JoHssoK. 

Ang°iOSpernt, an'jeosperm, (gr.) 
*. [2)pt.J niit eincr ©nincnfnpfel vcrfe(;ene 
^pflnnjc, nngipfpcrinntifd)e ^^f^niijc. 

Ang-iospermOUS , anjiusper'- 
mus, adj. [i>pt.] nngipfpcrinntifd). 

Ang'iotomy, anjciitimc, (gr.) a. 
["iJJJeb.] bie (yefnfjjerglicbcrung , 2Iiiffd)nei« 
bung, Dcffnnng bcr 23lutgcfiipc. 

Ang-le, ang'gl, (gr. agkylo.s, nngclf. 
angel, fr. angle) *. 1. [(ycpin.l bcr SBinfcl. 
The — of incidence, [Opt.] bcr G'infnfl5min» 
fel; ber 9icigungSu>infcl. The angle of 
refraction, [Cpt.J bcr SBrcc^jung^Jiuinfcl. The 
- of reflexion, [Cpt.] bcr 3nrucfprntlung5> 
ivinfel. Right — , red)tcr SBinfcl; obtuse -, 
llumpfer 2Binfcl; acute -, fpi(;cr 5i3iiifcl; 
rectilineal — , gernblinigcr SBinfel; curvili- 
neal -, fmninilinigrr 2i3infcl; mixed -, 
perniifdjtcr SBinfcl; adjacent pb. contiguous 
-s, nn einnuber licgcnbeSSinfel, 9irtcntpin» 
fel; external -, fttlgcrer SBillfcl; internal -, 
inncrer ^Binfcl; oblique -, fd)iefcr 2i3inffl; 
solid -, fijrpcrlic^cr SEinfCl; spherical -, 
fpl)iirifd)cr Pber Sugclivinfel; reentrant -, 
ciniP(irt5 gel)cnber 2Cinfcl; saliant -, iipr» 
fpringcnber SBinfcl. 2. bie fdjnrfe ^niite (i<. 
©tcincn K.) 

Ang^Ie, a. 1. ber 9lngclf)nfen. 2. bie 
9(ngcl. — rod, bie Slngclruthc. 3. 1 Wen» 
fd)cn, bieCfinen nnftdjjulerfen fut^en. Shak 

Angrle, ». n. nngeln. 

Prov. To — with a golden hook, ttiit 
eincr flplbcnen Slnflcl pfc^ieti. 



FhXf. fr,r. ffill. fat M^, met. Fine. ffn. 1V6. move, n^r, i;ot. 6il. Mnd. Tiihe, tub. fi'ill. t/nn, TFIis. tlO 



ANG 

Ant^Ie, P. n. p6. It. i flnjie^tn, an. 
focttfn, iin |1d) ju jieljcii fiirfjen, iind) &»= 
ni<i£ nngeln. 

To angle for the hearts of the people 
9b. to — hearts. Shak. Sidney. 

Ang'lc^d, ang'gld. part -p adj. [Oeom. J 
tDiiifellil (tiiir in Sin'dinmenrc^fl. ([tbx.). 

Angler, ang'gliir, ». ter 9Ittnlfr. 

Ang-liC, ang'glik. ^ (Angle*, 

Ang-licun, ang'glekan.^ niliielf. i n g 
li. lie) ndj. nniilifiii'iut <fiir(f)f ic), enflliftf). 

Ansriican, ang'glekan. «. bet ^llfl' 
lifoiier (-3?fit>ilifB ^'r ftifll- Sir(6«>. 

Ang-licinin, ang'glesi/in.s.ber^nA: 
liftUm, iit ciiiriirfMlmlJd>e<M(ilir(f)e9fc6cn«(irt. 

Anglicize, ang'glesize, e. a. t\\(\ 
lillrcii, eiiiilird) mii(f)en clvjurte ic). 

Aug'linQ', ang'Kling, t. tab ^\n(\t{n 
-■line, tit aiitgdid^iiiir. -rod, 6ie 3ln 
(jrlrutlj<. 

Allfclo-sa'XOn, angglosaK'sun, nrf;. 
nnflf Ifafljfirrf). A n g I o - n o r ' m a n , adj. 
flngiOinuriHrtnilifd). Anglo-da'ni»h, act/ 
fliiiiloitiiiiird). 

Auiflo-Aaiioii, «. I.bfr^ntirlfn^bft 
2. bii* *Jliiqflf.iff)(iri1)«. 3. tint «rt 5&irn«n. 

Auifober, aiiggAijiir, ». [Sot.] 6if 
iftoHbiriic. l"13dn, bet Sit'iifrj 

Aiisfor, ang'gur. (itit. ^!l}.> «• bie 

Au|i)r<*ra-r»bbi<,angg6'rA-rab'bit, 
•. ber £<il'ri!hiii>. 

Anffred, ang'gred. (t^art Angered) 
adj. nmofT'i**. 'hm'«. trjiirnt. 

AllH^rily., ang'grele. adv. I. jortliil/ 
(irqcrdrt), im Si'ri'f- 2- t i'*Mtfr jbnft (i>. <i5e; 
Ut)a>liri'li:c.), flir.jt'inbft. To speak — to any 
one. (5'iiifii rtiif.il)rfti, iit'el nuliifffn. A »ore 
Uintlookn-. <' (••))?(& JfineMtiiliibft«©<ftnbf. 

Allf^-ry, any'gre. adj. I. jcmio, bofe, 
finicrliil). i. ? jorni<5 , erbo#t (<IDf(l<Ji jo. 
Trumboll. .1 t fdjuierj^nfl, ftreniunb, tnu 
JUll^ct (OScrrfjuMir). 

To be - with. Cmnn(()tn.) at uny one 
for iniy thing, niif, lifter (^iiittt iwefjen Qtmat 
tw iritu To grow -, iiuqcbtrtbiq merbcu. 
To make — , ftofe innc^eii. nnjcrii, erjrtrnen 
To be - at any tiling. lU'crCfTtoaS IJofe ("fin. 
— wit, bie llMe Oilline; to have an - wit, 
t>erbricpiirt) friii. Sh*k, 

Auifuillirorin, anggwil'lefiVin, 
(l.)nrf;. [Oiiitiirii.] ntilfijrmiiv |'(()lnii.jenf&rmi(t. 

AlIKIlisll) ang'gwish, (fr. anguisse) 
#. bie aiiiiiil, Dunl. [TeMPLE. 

AngiiiKli, V. a. nn(]|7i()eti , quolcn. 

Ampillnr^ ang'gi'ilur, adj. winttWc^, 
frfig; eiiicii ^iiifcl bilbcnb. - point, ber 
$tinft, ivi» G-tti'iiiS etnen 2Dinfe( iiind)t. 

Anffuiat^rity ^ anggular'ele, 

A 111;' II lit r II (•»!«, ang'gi'iliirnei 

Alli{'ul«>.<iity, anggulns'eti, 
«. bo6 iBiiifi'lini'- (?ifi(l«- 

AnCCIllarly, ang'gulurle, adv. w'm; 
felifl, iiitt (5-(ffii, ill 6fr 5fi(l)riin(i ber SDiiifel. 

Annrillated, ang'^iilated.^a({;. iuill> 

Aii([;'iilous, ang'gi'ilus, ^fefij), tt-. 
fifl. Woodward. Gl.AnviLfE. (Burto!«. 

Ans-iiMt, angiist'. (lat.) adj. f eiige. 

AufiTUMtation, augusii'chun, ». 
Me 2$eren()iitt(i. 

An|{-||HticlavC, angust'Akl&re, ((.) 
«.«ilf.9?inn) bii-T5iin>iir&iii6e, beripurpiirilreif. 

Anltelate^ an'helate, c. n. -f fell; 



AWl 

(f)en, f(f)n<iii6cn. [bn« ^eiif^en. 

Anlielation, anhcla'shun. (liU.) s. 

AlllielO«e, anhelose'. adj.-]; feiicfjeiiC'. 

Auliydrite, an'ldrite, *. [<))fiiuv 
rnfn.] ber 9Inl)vbrit. Ure. 

AnIiydrOiaK; anj'drus, (a. priv. U. 
hydor, 'iaSniTfr) adj. [Ci)m\.] ntiht)ber, \vc\\- 

fer(D3. ClEAVELAND. 

Aniented, aneen'tud, (it. nieiite; 
fr. ane'nntir) «(//■. *uerni(^tct,i'ercite([.CHAiie. 

Alli)^llt, anile', ^ (a ^n(. Db. at 

Anig°llt8, aiiites', ^ unb niglil) adv. 
iRcidfti, bti ^n(t)t, in ber 9T.icf)t. Anight s, 
im pt. iBtrb yon i)hi\i\(\tn unb geiuijljnlidjen 
2Jemd)tiin<ien (iebr<iuc()t. 

You must come in earlier — . Shak. 

Anil, an'il, s. [S3ot.] ber^til, bie 
3nbtni't)fl(in)e. 

Auilenems, anJie'ncs.^ a.) s. t ta^ 

Anility f anil'lot^, ^ i)ot)t wcibli- 
d)e filter. 

Animable, an'imabi, (Int. ani- 
niare) adj. febenffiiljin, lid) bcleben Inffenb. 

Animadversion , ancmadver'- 
shun, t. l.^'bieiCiiljriieljmunii, 25eini'rfung, 
'Seobnc^tnng. Glahville. 2. ber SBenwei^, 
Inbel. 3. (on ob. upon) bie Slfjiibniifl, SRi'ifle 
(eine« 9Jer<ie^en«). 4. • bie ^nipfinbiin!], 
bfl« Seivugtfein. 

Aniinadversive, Jnimadver'siv, 
(aucf) An i mad V er 'sal) adj. ^ 6eiirtl}ei> 
(nn<j<ffi^t<j , waljrnrljmeiib. -faculty, bie 
0)nbe ber lleberlegiinfl. Gi.akvii.le. 

Animadversiveness, anemad 
ver'kiviies, «. bie Ueberle(]un<)$> tinb ^JeiiC' 
tIjriliinnSfrnft. 

Animadvert, anemadvlrt', ((at. 
animus unb adrerto) v. n. u. a. 1. ival}r; 
neljnien, empffnbcn. 2. yrrroeifen; einen Xci; 
bel flusjipredjen (on, ubcr). Drvden. 3. 
(upon) nl)nben ((5-tiu(t8) , beilrnfen. Grew. 

To — any thing on ob. upon any one. 
(Fincn flrnfen fur &tii<(i«, G'inem (^twni 
uermeifen, ©inem uber QtmaS einen 93er= 
luei* qeben. 

Animadverter , anemSdver'tur. 
*. ber Inbler, 9{icf)tcr, S3c|tmfcr. 

Animal, an'emal, (Int. W.) *. I. bn$ 
Ifjier. 2. 1 (i'ert^d)tli(^) bn« lljier (eine 
biiinme "iperfon) 

Aniinal, adj. l. t^ierifc^, nnimnfifif). 
- flower, {3fntiirg.] bie ©eeneffej, ©eennes 
nuMie. 2. finnlicf) (i». ^OTenfc^en). 

Animalcule, animal'kule, Hat.) 
s. iai Zijitviben. 

Animality, anemal'ete, t. bic 
lf)ier()eit , \!(uimnlirnt, Xfjiernotur. 

Animalization, anemalezi'sliun, 
[(E^em.) t. 1. bie rl)ieri|'rf)c3(neinnun(i, 25crj 
tI)ierun(i.2.biea3f(]<ibuiinniittl}icrif(()emSclicn. 

Aniinalize, an'emalize, V. a. I. 
[(Fl)em.] in tI)itTifd)cn ©tpff iimiu(iiibfin, 
uertfjieren. Ure. 2. iiiit tfiicrifc^em Ceben 
begnben. 

Animate, an'em&te, (fat. animare. 

gr. aneraos) ». a. I. T belebeii , befeelen. 2. 

i a) beleben (eine Seier, Silbrniile k.) b) be. 

Icben,nnfmuntern, nnfcuern (bielnippenjc.) 

Animate, adj. ^ bct'eelt, belebt, le< 

beiibifl. [Icbt. 2.f lebfjaft, ninnter, le^enbig. 

Animated, an'emated, adj. 1, be: 

Auimatenes, au'emitenis, t. bai 



ANN 



aSetebtfein, bnS Ccben. fbcfeefeitb, bercbenb. 
AnimatiU^ly, an'ematingic, nih 
Animation, ancma'shun, s. I. bod 

^Sdeben, bie SSclcbiing, SBefteliing. 2. i b.i* 
Sfbcn, bie 9ebl)nfti(]feit. [bcnb, bi-fccli'ii^ 

Aniinative, an'emativ, adj. beh': 

Animator, an'cmatiir, *. b(l6 be-. 
lebenbe nb. 58fiueonng erjeiigenbc 'iprinjip, 
(5-incr, ber Gtiua5 btubt. 

Anime, an'eme, (fr. 533.) ». [95Pt.] 
bai 3Ininteguinmi. 

Anime, (ipcrfb.) ein 9Iii?brii(f, b:r 
nnjfigt, bng bie Qltigcn eine« 9fnubt(;ifri'rf 
eine nnbcrejarbc Ijnben, nlsS ba« 3;i;icr feibit; 
in eincr lebljnftcn ©tefliing. 

Animose, ancmose', adj. Ijeftig, 
(;it)ig, Icbdnft. [bie fpifje, ypefttgfcir. 

Animoseness, Inemose'nls, .«. 

Animosity, anemns'cle. t. biT 
llniuifle, 3i)rn, bie C^rbitterung, eeibenfc^aftJ 
(i(f)feit, $t(je, ^eftigfeit. 

Ani.«e, an'nJs, (gr. aniion) $. [55ot.] 
ber OIniS. Indian -, ber ©ternniii6. 
Stellated-, ber©ternani«. Anise-seed, 
ber 'iitni, 9Ini«faincn. To cover with -, 
niit «Hni« miirjen. 

Anitlier, (fr^rtt.) ein nnbcrer. 

Ani<er, ank'ur.j.djofr.-OTa^) beraiiifcr. 

Aniile, ank'kl, (nngelf. ancleow) *. 
ber ^n^(^)e(, aicnfef. --bone, ber JJiig» 
fn&(f)c(. 

Ann, )an, #. [SBeibctrn. ] 9Inna, 

Anne, ) Spnnna, ^nnnc^en. 

Annali.«t, an'naitst, «. ber Oal^r6iid|)> 
fd)reiber, 9Innnli|t, 9Innn(fnf(6reiber. 

Annalize, an'nalize, t>. a, -f in 
^ntjrbuf^iT eintmgen ob. nicticrfrijrcifr-n. 

Annals, an'nalz (lat. annu^ reft, 
an, ain, ein grrj5er ^rei«, annates). «. pt. 
bie 3af)rbrirf)cr, ^Innalen, G^fjriinif. 

AnnatS, aii'nati, (and) An'nates) 
a. pi. 1. (p(^pil(. ^iiric] ber cri"ljii(;rige *}5frijn« 
benertrag , bie Qafjrgelber, Qlnnaten. 2. 
(rfim. Jtird)e) ja()rlid)e ■OTeiJen fi'iv ueritorbene 
ob. (eOenbe ^perfonen. 

Anneal, annele', (angi'If. anaclan, 
onaelan o. ael. Del) v. a. [iCvtn.] 1. gill. 
()eni» nmcfjen, brennen (Onai, ©ifnt, 3iegei). 
2. nnSglilljen, nii^-marmen. 3. nbfuijifn 
((?M(i«),in benifiiMofciibringeii, Si!en»to.>e. 
4. 5Ien , niit Delfarbe tn'infen. 

Annex, anneks', (Int. annectere) c.a. 

1. (to) anfjnngcn, bcifilgen (ein Jlobicifr an 
ein ob. einein tcilaniciite jo. 2. (to) l)iii-. 
jufilgcn (etiwad ii'Ieiuerefi ju etma5 (Mrll'ye; 
rem), uereinigen (tnit). 3. (lo) lu-rbinben 
(mit). 4. (to) baju frfjlagen (ben 3etjnten jn 
einera ^ac^te). 

To be annexed to.., perbnnbcn fi'in' 
mit (S-tiuaS, folgen nnf ©rmafi. 

Annex, v. n. fid) bcriiljrcn, anflo(leii. 

Annex, *. ba« 23eigefiigre, bie t^igen-. 
f(f)nft, ber 3In(jnng. 

Annexation, annlksa'shun, s. 
bie 23e!filgiing ; (to) bie SBeteiuigiing, SJers 
binbiing (inif). 

Annexion, annek'shun, «. -f bie 
!8eifiignng, SJiiljnngntig, SSci-binbiing. 

Annexment, anncks'ment, «. I. 
baS 5Inl)aiigcn, 93frbinben, bie SBerbinbunrv 

2. ba4 9lngel)angre, SJcigcfilgte, Serbuitbene, 
bie 3utf)at, ber 3Inl)ang. Shak. 



40 Fntp. far. fall, fat. Me. mot. Fine, fin. No. m^ve, n6r. ;,'of. 6il, cUuA. Tnho, t»''j. frtll. (//in. Tflfs. 



AxNJ\ 

Annillilable, anni'helabl, adj. 

iievniittbar , uernirfjtlicf). 

Amiiltilutef anni'liclate, (Int. ad 
II. niliiliini) i>. «. I. f ucviiicfjten , jcritoreii. 
2. t nuffjcben, uiuriefjen. 

Anniltilatu, adj. \}n\nd)tet. 

Annillilatiou, amu'licla'iihun. s. 

1. bie 23trnirf)riiiig, .ScriK'niiin. 2. bai- aSer: 
iiicDrerfein, bevriiiperilc aSorfnd, biciJiid)rii]Peif. 

Aniiiversarily, amiever'tiarclc. 

adv. jn(;rli(t). Hall. [aiiiiiiK) adj. jal)rl(d). 

Aniliversury , aimever'saie. (lat. 

Anniversary, «. l. ber On(}r«taii. 

2. bnS Oal;re!-fctl, bie 3a(}rei-fniT. 3. [vm. 
fntfjol. &itd)e] ini Oal^rt'Cijaiiflinf;, OnljviU"- 
bnc^rnif; (XobienmefTe). [bi'ij ipcrrii. 

Annu Uoiitini, dat. ^o.>iiii^al)i-e 

Anuoisance^ airaoc'saiise, f. 
>> u i sa II c e. 

Anuu<2lination,aiiiiniiinieiia'sliuii. 
(IiU.) a. [9i;i;ct.] 1. bne 2iJin-t|>id. 2. bcr 
2i3ortergkid)f(iinfl. 

Annotate, an'noiate, (int.) V. n. 
<!liinicrfiiiuiL'ii jii cinev Sfl>vift niad)tii. 

Annotation, aiiiioia'sinui. t. \. 
bie -^Inmcvfunfl, gfine. 2. [-OJitb.] bie erikii 
Si)iu(.itiniie (fines 'JiebfvC- ic.t. 

Annutator , au'noiaiur. <. bcr 
2lti!:len''r.&r(iiiitiTer,'.'[miicrfi'r,5iottiiinact)t'r. 

.Anuotta, auuni'ia, s. [^paiibi'IJ bev 
Crieiiii. 

AnnOlinC<^, amiomixe'. (Iilf. an- 
liiiiiciare) v. a. I I'l'rfiillbinni, ailf flllbiflfll, 

tiiijeigcii, niimgeu, mclbfii, I'l'fiiiiiu ninrf)eii. 
2. (<]crid)tiid)) inie.iVrei1)fu. Prior. 

Anuou£iceiiient,aiiii(iiiiixe'iiieiii. 
s bifi'*aiUlilibi(iuiig, 'JUlif'Of- Month. Mao. 

Annttitncer, aiiii<)uii':>iir, <. bcr 
Scrfiinbiflfr, ^Jiisjcifler. 

Annoy, annoc', (MOrtn. amioyer v. 
ueurC; niiire, fdjnbeil ; IiU. iiocere ) v. a. 
pingen , tediiligen , befctjiveren , beiinrui)ii)t:ii, 
ilitm; &inem 25erbru0 nindjcn; G-iiicin 
fdjnben. 

Annoy, ». bie ^(nge, £liin(, Uiinihe, 
IBercfeiuerbe, ©tiiirunO/ bcr aScrbruf}, ber 
©djiiben. 

Annoyance, annocaime, «. 1. 
bii5 '^Iiigeu, Qunlcii, SBcliiitiiirii , bie ©to; 
rung. 2. bie ^luge, SliuM, a)errf)iuerbe, 
©tijriing. [geifl, £liuilcr, Srbrer. 

Annoyer, amioc'iir. «. ber ^(age; 

Annoyful, aimoc'fui, ndj. ■}■ pia= 
genb, befdjiverlid) , itorcnb. Chaucer. 

Annoy oits, auauc'us, adj. fd)>iblid), 
Inflig. Chaucer. 

Annual, an'mial, (fr. aiiiiiiel) adj. 
1. jiifjrlid) (G-iufonnncn :c.). 2. [53of.l (niir 
einOflf)r Pb. eine O'lljre^'it biiiicrnb) jiil^rig. 
— plant, cine jnljrige liftiuije. 

The — motion of llie var-ili, bit ia\)rli<t)( 
SSewegung ber &rbe. 

Annual, «. bie jnOrige ^jliiMje. 

Annually, an'iniaiic, adv. jai^rlid), 
aflc 0<^')". 19{ciitrnl;iUn'r, Sribrcntner. 

Annuitant, aiiiii\'ctaiit, ». bcr 

Annuity, amiu'eie. (fr. aMiiiiite) s. 
1. tie iai)vU(i)t t'citrciite, Slnuuifnt, Oaljr; 
onIeil)e. 2. bai 3ol)rgsIB; ber 3nl;rc«n&trag, 
bie 3n[)reSjn()liinfl. 

Annul, anuul', (Int. ad nullum; fr. 
aanuilcr> v. a. 1. aui^tbtu, (l6fc^affcn, un» 



AJNO 

llojien, filr nid)tig pb. ungiKtig crflarcn (03e; 
fct>e:c.). 2. f ucrnid)rcii, jeritiircii, uerrilgen. 

Annular, an'nular. (lac. auiuilu«; 
cc(t. ain, ein ^rcis u. ul jung, flein) adj. 
ringfiirniig. - crystal, [-Bfincralg.] ber 
ilriilnd uiit ringforinigen g-lii(f)cn. ' [fiTinig. 

Annulary, an'nuiarc, ndj. ring; 

Anuulated, au'nulated, p. p adj. 
3?inge ()nbcnb, geringelt. 

Annulet, an'uuiet. s. 1. boS 9{in; 
gcld)en. 2. [bm-ifdje Qlrdjit. ] bie 9{inue, 
fdjninlc £ci|le; uicrecfige (iiefinifufrjierimg. 
3. [ipcrlb.] iai 9{ingcld)cn, ilninidjeu. 

Annulment, aniitii'uiciit, s. bie 
Umilppung, 31ufl;e6ung, aScriiic^tung, 3ln= 
nulirung, 2lb|'d)nffu"0- 

Aunnuierate, annir'ntefaU, (liU. 
aiiiiiiiiieraie) v. a. baiiiidl;ieii , bcijaljicn, 
l>cired)iicn. 

Annuineration,annuinera'sliuii, 
«.bic23eired)nuiig,23eiiiil;iuug,ipinjured)nung. 

Annunciate, aiinuu'iilieate, (f. 
Announce) ». a. ucrfiinbigcii. 

Annunciation, annunsliea'.ilimi. 
4- 1. bie25crfiiiibigung. 2. [fvird^g.] bie SSer; 
.iinbigiing ^Dlaria; —-day, 'JJ^iria SScr: 
fuubigiing. 

Annunciator, annunslica'tui , t. 
1. bcr Serfiinbiger. 2. (gricd). &ird). ; ber 
Jcfti'crfiinbiger. 

Anodyne, an'odine, (gr. a priv. ii. 
odyne, £d)inerj) adj. [i))?eb.] |'<^merj|lii: 
leiib, linbernb. 

Anodyne, *.f(^mcrj|lifleiibc8'll?ittel 

Anoint, anuint', iliU. ungere; fr 
oiadre) v. a. I. fiilbcn. 2. fd)tnieren. 

Anointing oil, bai QMi-'bl. To — any 
one. 6 cineu nbrdjnticreu, flbpriigeln. 

Anointed, anuin'ted, ». btx &i 
fiilCne be5 Jperrn, OTc|Tio5. 

Anointer, anoin'iur,«. ber(Sn(6enbe 

Anointing", auoiu'ilng, «. bn£ 
©niben, bie ©albung. 

Anointuient, anoint'ment, ». ta& 
Si-lten , bie ©iilbung , ba« 0)cfnlbtreiii. 

Anole, anole , t. lOiaturg.] eiue ^rf 
6ibcd)re in 5JBe)linbien. 

Anouialipt^d, andm'aleped, (gr.) 
adi. [Jiiitiirg.] nnomnlipebii'd). - «. bcr ano> 
iuii(ipcbird)e 23i'ge(. 

Anomalisin, anom'aiizm, «. bie 
«>lnt^uialie , aU'ii)eid)nng I'un bcr 9icgel, 

Anomalistic, anomalis'tik, ^ 

Anomalistical, anomalis'iekal. ^ 
ndj. unrcgeUiiiigig, nbiucidjenb, iiuonifilifd), 
anLMunliilifc^). — year, [3i|tnMi.] bii6 lUio; 
nuiii|'lird)e Onf^r. 

Anomalous, anom'aius, (and) 
Anoni'alar; adj. linrcgclninpig , IH>II ^er 
3icgrl nbiDcidjenb, nnomnliu^ , (Sanifter, 
'Huofvradjc, ^JJflnnje ic). - udt. Auom'a- 
louxly, rtnomalifd). 

Anomaly, anom'aie, (gr. anoma- 
lia; celt., 11). Iiania, liavai) s. I. bie tin: 
rcgclmngigfeit, ^Hbiweidjung urn ber Stegel, 
2lnLniialie. 2. [^liTrrn.] bie 'ilitoinalif. 

Anomeans, anu'means (gr.) «■ pi- 
[^ird)g.l bie rcincn 2{rinncr. 

Anomia, ano'mea, s. [^AtUtQ.] bie 
»o()rinufd)el , 93fl(lnrbninrd)el. 

Anoinite, an'omiie, «. [9!atur .] 
bie p(r)leiuerte ^iiiiomie. 



AJNS 

Anomy, an'Ame. (gr. anomJA) «. -f 

bic Ucbertrctiing be6 (JJeiVix^. Bramuall. 
Anon, anon', dltigeir. on an = in one, 
nn cinonbcr fort; iiid>t nbcr aii^ in one 
niinntc) adv. 1. foglcid), iiuf ber ©telle, 
glcid). 2. biSiucilen, jiiiueilen. Ever auJ -, 
ininierfort, bci jcbcr (S)e(egenl}cir. 

Anonymous, anniiennVs, (dnct) 

Anon'ymal) (gr.) «'(/. ungenunnt, namrn« 
\oi, nnonytn, nnonijmircf). -adv. Anon'y- 
m ousiy , anoni)ni. 

Anoplotlier, an'noplot/mr, ^ (gr. 

Anoplotlie'rium, ^ n 

priv., lioplon, ilBnffi'n, tlierion. iljier) *. 
[&eol.] bng 21nc>plotI;crinni. [3Tii1)trel)eii. 

Anopsy, anop'sc, (gr.) *. t bai 

Anorexy, an'norekNC, ( gr. ) s. 
['Meb.l bcr -JKiingcI nn Q-filwH. 

Another, anuTH'ur, (an ii. other) 
adj. 1. ein nnbcrer, cine nnbcre, cia gnbcrei 
(ucrfd)iebcn.). 2. (np(t> einer bniii) nnbercr. 
3. (irgcnb) ein onbcrer. 

One — , tinanbcr. One from -, iipn 
cinnnbcr. One with -, niit cinnnfer, 3115 
faninicn, nfle, 6cibe. One after -, mid) 
einnnber. - yet? nrc^G-incr? One year with 
-, ein OnI)r in iiai nnbcre gercd)net. Just 
such-, gcrabe luie bcr, bie ob. biii? 'JInbere. 

A n o t her- gai nes, adv. * licrfdjicbcn, 
nnberS. Sidney, --gates, adv. « ihtj 
rd}iebcn, iinbcr^. Sanderson, —-guise, 
a n o t h e r g u e s s . anuTH urge* , adj. vert 
fd)icbcn, I'on nnbercr 9Irt, nnbcrn ©djMga. 

Anotta, f. Annottn. 

Ansated, an'sated, adj. Qtljenttlt, 
gcijfjrt, i>cnfel ob. (Siriffe l^nbcnb. 

Anser, an'sur, (Int. ?B.) «. l. 
[iJtnnirg.] bie(S3nn«; pi. bni5 03nnregef(<)lc(()t. 
2. [i!l|lrun.] bie ®nn*. 

Anserine, an'surin, adj. ju ben 
(ijiinfen, bemcs)anrcgcrd)lcd)tc gr()C'rig, (JJnnfe... 

— skin, bie ©nnfchnur. 

Anslaiglit, an'siate, *. f bcr 9ln« 
fn(t, bie ©djliigerei. f. Slay. 

Answer, an'sur. (augelf.andswarinn; 

gotl). swaran) v. a. I. Q-twii'i bcniltmiH-ten, 

auf G'tiuns nntiuorten. 2. ± a) (einer ©ac^c^ 

entfpredjcn, gctnn^ fein, ©enfige tfiun Db. 

Iciilen, }u Q:Uva& tnugcn ct). pnffen. b) bet 

j(il)lcn, nbtrngen (©c^uiben). c) befriebigcn, 

nitifii(;rcn, w.'fl|i"il}ren. <l) crfiiden (iioffninn 

gen 20. e) enuiebcrn. f) re(t)rfcrti,ien, L)cr« 

nntiul'rten. 3. | (einer ©ndjo gcgcmiticr 

fein. 4. (niic^ vcn SBogrin, iljicrcn) niif 

Qima6 nntwiirtcn; (I'oni ©d)n) iwicberl)Olcn, 

nntiuDrtcn. 

2. c) The traders cannot - t!ie demands of 

the buyers, e) The enemy answered 

our fire by a shower of grape shot. 

AVebster 3. Fire answers fire 

(geuer luibcr gencr). Shak. 

To — a problem (In mntliematici), eiti 
iiintl)cinatifd)e5 ^prol'lcni nnpofcii. To - a 
bill of exchange, [ipanbci] eincn S!33ed)fe( 
l)onorir;n. To - a debt, 1. cine ©(((iilb 
abtrngcn. 2. fiir eine ©d)iilb 23iirge iperbcn, 
gutfprcd)Cn. To - exigencies, in iWPt()» 
fallen bicnen. To - tlie purpose, jur ©nc^e 
biencn rb. pnffcn. It answers no pur- 
pose, U l)il|t iu Wid)t6. It answers the 
pnrpose, e* ifl ebeu I'b. gembe rcd)t. Money 
unswers all tilings, luit^ieib vnttiag man 



Fftte. ff.r. fall, fat. Me. met Fine. fin. ^'6. move. nor. jjiot. oij. r]6{u\. Ti'ihe. tnh. full. tAin, THis. 41 



AiNS 

Wli^. To answer an end, eilicui Q'tXi 
fXidt riitiVrcd)cn. 

AnHwer, v. n. l. antivortcn. 2. (to 

any one for any thing), (f-inem fjaftrn, <)llt 

of. cernntiuiirrlicft fcin , Inlrneii , gut i\t\)en 

(tUD. 3. (for) 9{erf)i:it|'(fiiift flct'fii (uf-iT), 

CtuhK i>crflntmt>rfeii , ^ft■^e u. Qliuwort flcs 

ben (fiber). 4. i n) (to) ciitri'rcd>cii (eincr 

€<id)t), r<iu()en, pa\\tn, biciifii (jii>. b) (to) 

r;t>ireiii|liiumcii (iiiir). o fiiri'prf(t)tii iwcd)-- 

fi'tfcttig bfjiliilitf) ftiin. di (\\it . jivfrfbientid) 

fiiii. e) geltnnen (u. "Jlnfdjl.iiicn :c.). 5. tiiu^ 

iiu-rtcn, ivieri'rf(l)onon , «>if^l•rl)llllcIl, juril(f= 

l)iillen (t>. Qd)C). 6. [9{fd)tfipr.l ») ft(f) ocr: 

aiitivorKii. b) errrf)eiiicii pD. ful) ilfdrn oor 

Okri(f)t; (for any one) (S-inm ufrtrfttn. 

4. c) Allegiance in the subject answers 

to protection on the part of the prince 

or government. d)Oypsnni answers 

as a niaiiiire on a dry soil. WcnsTCR. 

To-iigiiin. riitijrt]iieii, criuiet<rn,i'<rieljeii. 

Answer, «. l. tie >iltituiort. 2. i a; 
Sfcbe II. »3liita'ort, Die 9{e(l)rii)'d)iift. b) bit 
2i.<ieberufrii(ltiiM«j. Shak. c) bit 25<miitH)ort: 
Iii1)fi:it. Shak. 3. [9{f(f)t«iVr.] bit Sfrplif. 
aScrantiuortung , 9tiitivi<rt. 4. [Wntf).) 6ie 
^luftiming (eiiir* 'iJ5ri)blrni5). 5. [OKnr.] b«r 
O5i'g«ngrii0 (mir itniuMifiir(t)rif|fH). 6. bif 
Sintiuprt, bet iOicberl)(i(l (ciiics G'djo). 7. 
l^nrlrtiiifiitsiiVr.J bie^JtiimuTt, ^lUcff.iuiiHTt, 
JKfirfnbrrffe. 8. bit 'ilnru>i»rr (Stfjrift, 2?ud), 
fli* Q-rimeberiiiifl niif eiiie niibiTC ifcrtjrift). 
i. a) lie will ciill you to so hot an - 
for it. Shak. 

In - to... <ll(5»!llitn>Prt nilf.. - -Jobber, 
let 5{epliff"i'rf)rfit'iT, 9»rplifcnflfrtfflr. 

AllS^VOrnllle, an-i^iiialil. adj. I. 
bertutiuiTtiid). 2. (lor) I'lToiinuprfiid) (fur). 

3. (to) genuifJ, fiinVrrctifiib (eincr *BiaA}t., 
i5l'ereiu|limmeiib (iiiit); nMgeir.riTfU (finer 
©iid)e), i>crl)mtni(;niiif)i(] tniit). 4. flltid), 
n^iili((> , eiuiVrf rf)f lib. 

T6 be — to any one, (^itiein \)<\(ttl\ , gut 
f!cl)eti. To be - for, gut (leOeii , 5)urge 
merben, (jflfteii fur... 

Ann'M'erableaesii, an'siirabincs. 
$. \. bie ^ffliiiiuorilid)feir. 2. bie Serftut; 
a'i,>rtlid)fcit. 3. bic Ojcuioijljcit, iiri>icfii<^feit. 

4. bie aiiigcuieffeiiheit. a. bie »2lrl)iilid)feit. 
Allit>«'«rnl)lyf an suiable. ado. I. 

grndig, (ingrtiicfirii. 2. i>ci-l;altiii|}iiiii^ig. 3. 
fliiid), ebenfo. 
2. Continents have rivers — larger than 
ifilrs. Webster. 

Answerer, an'surur, <. 1. bcc 
t^iMiinvrrter; '•3liita>i>rteiibe. 2. l ber Arg: 
iier, 9liini>orrfr, Ofiplifiuit. 

Au't, am, <!li<furiiiiig bci alteii<&d)rlfr: 
flellern fiir an it pb. if it, and if ii, 
ariin, n. ivriiii. f. And. 

Ant , ^nt , I ant. yon — , he — , we 
— 2C. fur I am not, yon are not etc. 

Ant, ant, (nngelf. aemet) 4. I^inturg.] 
bie 'Miiieife. 

Ant-bear, Ob. - - e a I e r , ber QJmeii'i'li: 
b.ir. — - e g g s , p/. bie atiiic it'eiuier. -hill. 
--Iiilloek, - '■ hole, brr Slmeifent 
t)oiifeii. 

Anta, an'ta, «. [nit. 'Urdtit.] itt i<or> 
fpringeiibe (*(fvfeiler. f. Ante. 

Antaci«l, anias's'd, (anil U. acid) 
. l>p!)iui» J ftiif btr Srtiirc eiuflrgeiigrre^te 



AiNT 

glurugfeit. fgccien bie 93irterfcif-. 

AntacritI, antak-iid. s. bn« ^))iirrL'l 

Antagonism, aiitag'oni^m. s. bie 
OJciieinuirf ling , bn5 (i)cgcni'h:Ebci'i , ber 3ln; 
tngpiiisni, 'BSiberihreir. 

Antagroni.«t, anlag'^nlst. (gr. nnti 
u.agonistes, ber .Viiinipfcr) i. 1. bcrOJcgiicr, 
'liiiberi'iidjer, 9liiragoiii|T. 2. bni (5)egcn|liicf, 
C^legeiitljeil. 3. [^ilnnt.J - ob.- muscle, ber 
OJegeiiniii^fel. (iiiiberi1reitciib,niiriigiMii|1ird). 

AntaS'oniJttic, amagnnitt ik, adj. 

Antag'Unize, antag'onjie, V. n. 
iviberilreOen , miberilrciten. 

Antag'Ony, amag'ono, a. t t>c<^ 
totreit, SSJiberilniib, a3iberilreit. Milton. 

Antalg'iC, anial'jlk, (gr. anii U. 
algos, (£d)iiicrj) adj. (^Mh'b.) fd)nieriiiiiberiib. 

Antanaclasis, antaiiakla's>s, (gr. 
lU.) t. (*J{l}et.] 1. bie <l!3ortmiebcrl)Olung 
iiiit einem Doppelfiiine cb. in oerrd)icbeiicr 
'Bebeiitung, 'Hiitiinntirtfiij. 2. bie 'ii5icber> 
l)Pliiug uon iLI3i<rterii , bie eiiie ^^lirnfe oils 
fiiiigen, niid) eiiier Uiiigen $areiitl)cfe, j. 33. 
Shall that heart, (which not only feels tliem, 
but which has all motions of life placed in 
them.) shall lliat heart etc. Smith's Khet. 

Antauait^U^e, amanago'Je, (gr. 
m.) *. ['Jitjet.J bie ^cgen()er4>ulbigung, ^n: 
trtiingoge. 

AutaplirodisiaC , antafrudi^li'- 
eak. ober 

AntapliroditiC , antafrodilik, 
(gr. anti u. aphrodisios) adj. gcgen bic 
uiiiuul)' £uit, flnrii)enerifd>. -«. 6ai> -Miittel 
gegen bie ruuilidje f'u|l. 

Antapuplectic, amapoplek'tik, 
(gr. ami u. apoplexia) adj. (liuipopleftil'il), 
luirffiim gegen ben ©c^logflurj. 

Antarctic, amark'tik, (gr. antI u. 
arktos, ber33(ir) adj. [OJepgr.] u'ibiid), £iib... 
-pole, ber® iibpol. —regions, bie® liblonber. 

Antares, auta'iez, «. [■iiftcou.j in& 
3fi>rpii'ni:-l;erj. 

AntartiiritiCf «ni«ri;irii'ik, (gr. 
ami u. arthritis) adj. gid)tl;eilenb. - «. Hi 
'■Miittel luiber bie OHAt. 

AntastltiliatiC, antastmat'ik, (gr. 
anti u. asihma) adj. gut iviber bic (^iig: 
briiiligfeit. - *. bai •'Siiiul luiber bie diu}' 
briijligfeit. 

Ante, Int. ante, gr anti, nngelf. u. 
gi>tl). and = por, DDMn, pori)er iin 3u= 
fnniinenfe(>ungen). 

Ante, an'te, ) #. (9ir(^it.] ber wt-. 

Anta, an'ta, ) fpringeiibe g-rfpfeilcr. 

Anteact, an'icakt, (ante u. act) t. tie 
friiljrre^nnbliiiig.lljntji^/. I'frgaiigencXiiiigc. 

AntecedaneUUS, ameteda'aeus, 
adj. porl;crgf (jciib , iHirnufgegaiigcn. Owen 

Antecelle, amesede', (ante u. ce- 
dere) v. a. (eiucr 6.id)e) pornnflel;en , im-- 
l)frgel)en (ber 3fif "'irt)>- ^ _ , Hai.e. 

Antecedence, anlcse'dense, *. 
I. iai 2}ornu«gfl;fn, 25orl)ergel)fn. 2. [>2J|^roii.] 
bie 9vii(flnuiigfeit, ber jeiidliiuf. 

Antecedent, amcsedcnt, adj. 
i<orljergtl)enb , oornngeljenb; (to) por. To 
be - to.., eincr <B<i(i)e prrl)crgeOen. 

Antecedent, «. l. [$ u. @iraniin.] 
bns 95orl)ergel)eiibe. 2. [Cogifj ber 95orber: 
fn^ , MA 9Jiifecebcn«. 3. I'OKntij.J bai SSor- 
berfllifb. 



ANT 

Antecedent!y,anicse'dentle,arfi» 
iHirgaiigig, pcrlmifig, fniljer: ito) pp». 
Antecessor, ameses'siir. «. 1. 

(llniuerfiraten) ber offeiiriid)e 9Cerf)r(?;lel)rcr. 
2. ber JBorganger, SSorfol^r (iiii ■iliiire ic.) 
.?. i ber >3liifiii;rer. 4. 13{cd;r?rpr.] ber fru/ 
l)exe "^eili^er. 

Antechamber, ati'tcKhambur, 

(ante u. cliainbcr) s. biU* 3Sliriilll!nrr. 

Anteciiapel, antetshapel, t. bie 
9Sin-fapefle. [ber Ciiegeiibeiool)ner. 

Autecian, Inte'shan, *. [OJcogr.] 

Antecitrsor, antekur'»ur, (I. 2C.) 
«. ber SSorlmifcr. 

Antedate, an'tcdate, s. 1. b(\6 fru« 
l)ere Dnruni. 2. l ber 93orgemi|5. 

Antedate, aat. ante u. datum) V. 
a. 1. juriicfbiuiren , fniljer bntiren, nntibn* 
tircM. 2. 1 a) jimi 2>oriiin5 uel)iiien i^b. be« 
iiel)en , porfd^niecf en , I'crgtiiiepen , porem* 
pfiiiben. b) jurueffel^en. 

Antedated, an'icdaled, adj. ppr> 
cnipfiiiibeii. - old age, eiii ivi\l)e& 9llrer. 

Antediluvian, umedclii'vean, ^ 

Antedilliviai, antedcluveal, ^ 
(lilt, ante II. diluvium) adj. l)urfiillbfluH)ig, 
nnrebiliiiManifd). (nner. 

Antefliiitvian, s. ber '}liifcbiluuii 

Antelope, an'telApe, (gr. .luti u. 

elaphos) t. |3ool.] bie >3liiiiiiu\e. 

Antelucan, aincli'rkan, (int. an- 
teliicanus) adj. iu>r S?irf>t feienb. 

Antemeridian , an lemerld'jean, 
(Int.) adj. pcriiiittiigig. 

AntemetiC, anteniel'ik, (gr.) adj. 
bn# 53red)en ilifleub. - *. ein bai i&ttdftn 
llillenbeS OKitiel. 

Antemundane , antemun'dAne, 
(Int.) adj. yor {?rfd)aiTiiiig ber iBelt pi'rl;nn» 
ben getpercn. 

Antenicene, anlenl'sene. adj. bet 
eriteii itird)eiiperrniiimiuiig i'dii 3iiciin por» 
nngeljenb. [[(Jnrinu.j fie 5ul;ll)ornet. 

Antennae, anten'ne, (int.; s. pL 

Antenuiiiber, antenuiu'bur, (inr.) 
*. bie purberc 3>il)l' Bacok. 

Antenuptial, antcnup'shal, (Int.) 
iidj. iiorljoc^jeitlid) (iiinber :c.) Kenv. 

Antepasclial, iimepas'kal, adj. 
}iir 3>-'it por Diteni geljijrig. 

Antepast, an'tcpust, (Int.) s. 1. bic 
flcine 2>ormn!;lieit. 2. ± ber 23i)rfcj)mntf, 
SBorgenup. 

Antepenult, amepcnuli'. (int.; «. 
[(Sirnnun.] bie brittlri>re Siibe (iwie syl hi 
syllable), [teniate, «(/y. ((yrnilUli.l brittle^t. 

Antepenultimate, antepem'il'- 

AntepileptiC, untepelup tik. (gr.) 
adj. [■OJi'eb.] nntiepili-prifd), fn(iriid)tl}eiliiiib. 
- s. ba6 ^)Jfitrel gegen ^ic '5n(irud)r. 

Antepon<%, au'tepone, (lat.) V. a. 
1. porfeOcii, i>or O'tiiuij fei^en. 2. i porjiel)rn. 

Antep(»sition, amepoiish'un, «■ 
[(i)rainin.J bie 25ornnrei;iiiig. 

Antepredicam<^Ilt,antepredik'- 
anient, (Int.)*. l?pg.) bn^ 25i>rprnbifniiieiif. 

Anterior, amcreiir, dnr. S[13.) a^j. 
1. i'Prl)ergeI)ciib , ppraiigel)enb ; Co) tri'il)rr, 
niter (nl6) (ber 3?it luid)). 2. pcrf)rrgrl)fnb, 
oorber, Porn befiiiblKt), 2Si'rber..., l)ijl)fr. 

Anteriority, aulereurele, «. 1. 
bai e-l;frfein, gnil;erfeiii. 2. b<\& 25rriifciii, 



^2 Fate, f'.r, fall, fat Me. in^t. F!ne. fin. N6. ni6ve. n^r, -of. 6Il. cl^i^d. Ti^be, t^h, fiVl \hh\, Tllis. 



AM 

M( Mf)cte ©rclle. 3. bna fjfifjere 9Hter. 4. 
e« ajorrniid , S5i>rjii(i. ^^ [jitnmcr. 

Anteroom, an'teruum, «. bn^QSor: 

Antes, an'tcz, dat. 2B.) «. pf. 1. 
[9Ird)it.] bie luirfprinonibe" Irngpfeifer. 2. 
bie I'L^rberflc 9?ei()e iGdn|lD(fe. 

Antestatlire, aiite.stat'tsliure, ;. 
r^ricgSbf.] 6ic ld(<)tc JBcrfrfjanjimg , 3nrd)i= 
neiu'erfc^niijunfl. 

Antestoinacll, ante.-itum'uk, ((.) 
«. t Per SBornuiflfii (I'ri 25oflf(n). 

Antevert, antcveit', (int.) ». a. f 
(einer ©acfto jtU'orfumiuen , uorfreugen. 

AntlielinintiC, ant/ieliuin'tik. 

(gr.) adj. bie 2i3uriiuT oertrcibeiib. - t. bn^ 
2Biirniniiftc(. 

Antltein, an'i/ilm, (gr.) «. ber 6^or= 
gefnng, aS}ed)reIgfrn"g, ilird)eiigefnng, S?Licf) = 
gefnng. --wise, adv. in bcr 2Irt ftne^ 
S!Ced)fc(ge|nnOPS- [^j.^ atfterfnuiifle. 

Antlieinis, an't/iemls, «. [23ot.] 

Anther, an'i/air, (gr.) *. [93ot.] bic 
©taubfoU'e, ber ©tnut<6fute(. 

Antlieral, an'tAural, adj. [SSot] 
ju ©tnubf'eiitcrn gpf)orig. 

AntUerileroiis, antMirif'Irus, 
adj. [!8i)t.] - plant, bic imfffointiieti cut: 
mirfelte, im UDdfnmmciicn SSli'iteni'lniibe tu'; 
finblid)e ob. bcnreU'eti crrcirf>eiibe ^ffaiije. 

Antliological, ant/tolodje'ekal , 
adj. nntfioti^gifd). 

Antliolo^^y , ant/iol'ojc, (gr.) *• 
1. bie 9I0(;niibIuiig fiber 58Iiimen. 2. bie 
9(ntf)orpgic , SSliiniciKefe (u. (J)ebif^ten :c. ). 
3. [gr. Sirrfjc] bie 9lnt(;iilngie. [tolling. 

Anthony, an'tonc, *. QlntDit, 9In: 

Anthony's fire, [>X?eb.] bnsaiiitonS: 
feiicr, ber 9?Ptl)faiif, bic 9?Dfe. 

Anthophyliite, aniAof'lllitc, 
(gr.) «• [S))?iiierii(g.] ber 9Iiitfioii|;i)fnt. 

AntllOriS'llI, an't/ionzm, (gr.) «■ 
[3it)tt.] bie cntgcgeiigere^te a3efd)rci6ung Db. 
Definition. 

Antliracite, an't/irasi'te, (gr. an- 
thrax) *. [^X?incr(i(g..] bie KoljUnHewtit. 

Anthracolite, f. Anthracite. 

Anthrax, an't/naks, *. 1. [«3)icb.) 
Me ^pcftbeiile, "ipejTOtnfc, ^nrfcunfel. 2. 
(biSro.) bie ©teinfi'We. 

AnthropOglot, antArop'&glot, 
(gr.) *. bns iljier niit einer 9Kcnf(t>eniunge 
(roie ber ^^pnpngei). 

Anthropos-raphy, antAripog'- 
grafe, (gr.) «. [9limt.] bie 97?enf(f)en6e|"d)ret= 
bung. 

Antliropolite, ant/trop'olhe. 
(gr.) *. [®eo(.] bie 93crficincning von mtxifd)-- 
lif^en ^orperffjeifcn, beS nimfd)!. ^orpcrS. 

Anthropolog-ical , ant/iropo- 
lodje'ekal, adj. [^I)i)fii1.] nnt[;ropLi(Ligir(^. 

Anthropolos'ist,ant/iiopol'l6jist, 
«. ber aint^rcpntpg. 

Antliropolog-y , Int/jrJpol'ojc, 
(gr.) «. 1. [^()i)fii'(.] bie ^^)fen|"d)enle()re, 
TOenfdjenfunbe , 2(nt()rnpDlLigic. 2. [^I;itor.] 
bie 9I6f)anb(iing ubcr bn^ uttiic^c SBefen be6 
Wenf(^en, 9infurgerd)id)te be5 *»?enrd)cn, 
Slnt^rppnlogie. «3. [I()ciil.] (bic 9?cbent*nrt, 
r.io ®Dtt nnf^ 9lrt txv 97?enfd)cn f)nnbelnb 
bargefteflt roirb) bic 9lMt(;ropolLigie. 

Anthropoinancy, Int/iropom'- 
ansl, (gr.) ». bie ffl3n()r|"nfleret aui nienfrf)^ 



AxM 

(idjen ©ingeroeibcn. 

Anthropoinorphi.sin , antAro 

ponior'fizm, *. [il^tL'i.] bie aScrmcn|'d)(i- 
d)ung(5iel)re, bcr 9lnrl)rppiMniH-p()ii;'m. 
Antitropoiiiorphite, antlno 

ponior'fite, (gr. antliiopos u. niorplie) *• 
[If;eol.] ber S3ermen|'d)lid)er OJotte^, 9lntl}rp= 
pomc>rpl;ifl. 

Anthropomorphous, anr/iro 
pomor'fiis. adj. tni'nrd)eniil)iilid). 

Anthropopathy,ant/tropop'at/(e. 
(gr. antliropos u. piitlios) *. I. bie cigcn; 
tl}um(irf)e &mpfinbunn6nrt bci? "^^fciifdjen. 2. 
[i.l)ei)(.] bie 95ernien|'d)lid)Uiig5Iel)re I'. Qioit, 
Slntljrnpppat^ic. Owen. 

Anthropophagi , am/iropofaji. 
(gr.) *. pt. bie 9)fenfd)cnfre|Tor. 

Anthropopliag-inian, antAro 

pofajin'ean. *. * biT ■i)1feiirrf)Cllfreffer. Shak. 

Anthropopltag-ous , aiit/uo 
pof'agus, adj. nienrd)enrre|Tenb. 

Antliropopltag-y, ant/iropol'aje. 
*. baS *^7?enrd)enfreffcn. 

Anthroposcopy, ant/iropos'- 
kope, (gr. skopeo) s. bic Jlenutni^ be^ 
nienfc^lidjen (E^ar^iftcrS aui ben il wper.jugeu. 

AnthropOSOphy, antytruposntc. 
(gr. sopliia) s. bie '>)3hni'd)eiinntiirfenntnig. 

Anthypn<»tiC, anthipnoi'ik, (anti 
U. Iiypnos) adj. [-Web.] bi« ©d)lnfriid)t I'cr; 
trcil'cnb. -«. bai ^Witter gegcn bie®d)l(ifrud)t. 

Anthypochondriac , antliepo 
lion'dreak. (gr.) adj. [S)3?eb.] tni(jriid)t()ei= 
lenb. - ». bag 9}filjriid)rtuitte(. 

AnthysteriC, antluster'ik, (gr.) 
nrf;- nnitteriueli^eilcnb , nMtiI)i)|leri|'d). - •»• 
Mi *D?ittcI gcgcn bnfi Wiitteriuet). 

Anti, aii'tB, (gr. anii), praep., bie in 
3urnninienrc^ungen bebcutet, luibcr, ent> 
g e g e n , gcgcn. 

Antiaci<l, antcas'sid, arf;. bcrSnure 
cntgcgengeie^t. - ■». cine bcr iSnure entgc; 
gengefc^tc $5(u|"ngfcit. 

Antiamerican, anteamer'ckan, 
adj. nntiamerifnnifd) , ben inicrifnnird)cn 
5ntcreffcn !C. JUlvibor. [An (arthritic. 

Antiartiiritic, antcart/mt'ik. f 

Antiastlimatic , anteastmat'ik, 
f. An tastlimatic. 

Antibaccllins, antcbak'klu*, (gr.) 
s. [$oef.] bcr 9liititnKd)iuS. 

Antibasilican , aniel>azil'ekan , 
(gr.) nrfj.berfDniglidjen'iJJrac^tjuiuiberfeienb. 

Antic, an'tik, (int. antiqims, fr. an- 
tique) 1. n(t, (ilti'nterircf) , nltniobifcf). 2. 
roltfnni, fnd^ertic^. 

Antic, #■ 1. ber qsofTcnreigcr, .^nnS; 
luurft, ®nnf(er. Shak. 2. bie grntse, @nu; 
fclei, Spenser; pi. bic ^offen. 3. [aJrcf)it.| 
». pi. bic .'Sluiiftiucrfe awi bcni 9I(tcrtf)uin, 
9Intifen; ®rote6fen. 

Antic, V. a. I. juni 9?nrrcn ob. tnd)fr» 
(i(^ ninc^cn. Shak. 2. (ein Siict)) (luf bcni 
©d)nitte tnit IJiguren jicrcn. 3. t «ntif nr: 
beitcn. 

AnticachectiC , Sntekakek'tik, 
(gr.) adj. [<)]ieb.] gut tuiber bie itncf^cyie. 
- *. bnS «5)?itter gcgen ic. 

Anticatarritai , Intckatar'ral . 
adj. [SOTcb.] gcgen ben JJlug. - «. bni5 
■TOittet gcgen ben J^ItiO. 

AnticausotiCjant^kiwsot'ik, (fft-) 



adj. [Wfb.] (Jtftm t-nt "tiittimtriirr. A c t i- 
can so tic, s. bnfi "ixivtel qujtn eai i»renn» 
fteber. [A ntecnnmber 

Antichamber, an'ietshiinbiir. f. 

Anticlirist, an'tckn'st, (ami u. 
christos) s. bcr 9lnrid)ri|l. 

Antichri^iiail, antckiist'yi'm.arfj. 
luiberdjritllid) , und)ri)liic^. - *. ber ainl)nn» 
gcr tt6 'ilmidjviil, geinb bcr d)ri|llid)eu Kcf 
ligion. 

Antichristiailism,antekrist'yun< 
iim, *. 1. bn6 20ibcrd)ri|lcntl;uni. 2. bie 
aintid)ri|i;'regtcrung. 

Anticliristianity,antckristshean'. 
ete, s. tic\6 5Diberd)ri|lenti}uni. 

AuticItroni.Slll, antik'ronizni, (gr. 
chronos) s. bcr»2lntid)nniitMn, 23er|loi5 gcgen 
bie 3eirred)nung. Selden. 

Anticipate, amis'cpate, (Int. an- 
ticipere) v. a. I. I'OMU^-, iiu 2l5ornu5 , UPr« 
(jer ncl;nien ob. t()un, iun"megnel;iucn , niiris 
jipiren. 2. ju fru()c, I'Dr ber 3eit uel;nien, 
uorgrcifen. 3. a) uDrnuS gcnitgen, DornuS 
enipftnben, b) pornu^reljen. 4. ucr(;tnbcrn, 
(einer ©nd[)e) uorbnuen , jnuorfoninien. 
3. a) To — the pleasures or evil., of life. 
Webster. 

To- payment, [^nnbcl] Dornu!;bejnl)len, 
uor ber 3eit 3n')I""g lei(len. Wliy shouia 
we - our sorrows? mnruui foUttn luir iui6 
vot bcr 3eit ^uiuiuer ninif)cn? Antici- 
pated, porcilig; - old age, ein fn"il)jeiti« 
gc(5 filter. 

Anticipation, antissepa'sliun, «. 

1. bie iSoriuegnnijinc, 25i'rnu5nn()nie, ber 
SBorcnipfnng, bie SBi.)rnu«beiieI;uiig, t}(\6 95or« 
greifcn. 2. bn5 3ui'PrfDnuncn. 3. bcr aSi'r* 
genu0, S3Drrd)ninrf , bie SBprenipfinbung. 4. 
b(\6 93crurt(;ei(, bcr I'rrgefnijte 93egriff. 5. 
[^lliiU] ber JU fri'if) nngegebene Ion, 9lfforb. 
6. ldii)et.] biea3orl;crii'ieDer()i)iung. 7. (^»fcb.] 
ber Slnfnfl cine^ g-ieberS t'or ber geiuc(;nli(f)en 
3eit, fruf) eintrercnbe gieOernnfaU. 

By -. juni SSi'rnu^'. 

Anticipator, antis'sepitur, a. ber 
uorivegninitnt, jui'orfnuinit, norgrcift. 

Anticipatory, ami.N'epaturre, adj. 
unrgrcifcnb , I'ormrnuel^nieiib. 

Anticlimax, antckli'maks, (gr.) 
«. (9?l)et.] bic fflcgenfleigerung. 

Auticly, an'tikic, adv. I. nIfniDbird). 

2. mitgrntjen, niit poiMcrIid)en ©tcllungen. 
Anticiaiasii, an'likmask, ^ s. bic 
Antimasit, an'temask, ^ &an(' 

(crnin^fc. 

Anticonstitiitional, anteknn- 
stctu'slninal, adj. |'i|5oiir. ] iierfniTungSiuibrtg. 

Auticonstitiitionalist, amc- 
konstciii'siiunalist, jt. ber SJerfnffungC'gegiier. 

Antecontag-ionist, amekonta'- 
jei'inist, *. ber 21ntifoutngioni|l, (5iegner bw 
2lnilerfungS(c(;re. 

Anticonta^ious,an(ekontA'jeriv, 
adj. bic91nf(c(fung befnnipi'enb ob. i()r juiviber. 

Anticonvulsive, antckonvul's'v, 
adj. [yjiei.] nntifoni)ul|liiiri-f), gegen 9>er» 
jurfungen niirfinni. - *. bn3 'OTittel gegen 
95ei*jurfungen. 

Anticor, an'lekor, (Int. cor) s. 
[Dfotlnrjncif.] bic 58ni|lgerd)a'Ultl. 

AntiCOSmetiC,anieknznict'ik.orf;. 
antifi)£nietifc^, ber ©d;5nf)ett nn(t>tt)'Ul:g. 



FAtP. f'.r. fall, fat Me. met. Fine. fin. N6, movp, n5r, got, 6il, Mtitl Trtbe, tnh. fnll. l/nn. TMis. 43 



AIST 

Antlcosmptic, «. tai antifo^metifc^e 
gRfrtet. [ipofe Juwi^pr. 

AndCOUrt, an'tek(^rte, adj. -{■ tem 

AntiCOlirtierf aiitekorte'yur, s. 
ber {Ji'inb Pb. Okgiifr iei ipofed ob. btr 9{e! 
fliftllllil. Ash. 

Auticrcator, antekr^i'tur, t. in 
0einb be* £(l)i'PfiT6. 

AlltideiilorratiC, 1 antedemo 

Autideiiiocratical,^ krai'ik, 

anteHeiiiokrat'ekal, adj. antiCemorratird), 
6«t JSolf^rfiiiffiiii'l fl^hiMB. 

Antidotal, aniid^tal, adj. a(« ®e> 
gftigift fcienenb. 

Antidote, an't^H^te, ((jr.) «. 1. tai 
&c(itn(\iit. 1. i ba« ©cgcnmittfl. 

Antidote, v. a. niit Qtencnniftcit, 
ODctifmiiittcin I'mtfjeii, bnbiird) erljaltcn. 

Autidotical, antjdo'lekal, adj. aii 
©fflfiigift bifiirnD. -«rfo. Antido'tically 
ais Oie(\tn<iiit. 

Antidysenterlc , aiiiedi»»cnier' 
r!k, ndj. [OJfeB.J niljrl;cileii6. - «• tai 
9?ii!jrniittfl. 

AntieinetiC,antiimet'ik.arf;.[^eb.] 
lai -i)rfd)fii ffiUene. - «. cm 6a< i8re<t)fn 
(lifldibf* -Witifl. 

Antiennealiedral, Smeennc 
Slie'dral, (flr.) arfj. [itri)tlrt(lDgr.) jiuolffeirifl 
prismnfifd). 

AntientllUltia<ttlC , anteenl/m- 
ilieas'iik, odj. ttm (^m\}\\f\i\Smu6 jiiivibcr. 

Antientr}', (briTfr .\ncientry) 
ine'tslicntre, j. bnS Olltfr, 'Qlltcrtljlim. Gray. 

Autiepiseopal, auieepiakopal , 
oilj. (iiitiepiefopali("(^. 

Antievanm:(*lical , antelvanjel'- 
ikal, ndj. brill Q-iMiiijcliiiiii t\ni}i'qtni]t\t^t, 
oiitifUiinn.lifrt). [griiiifff^tc ©fite. 

Aiitiface, an'tefase. t. bit tiitgr: 

Antiranatic, antefanat'ik, «. brr 
©eiiiifr, ivciiib te& Joiinti^miiS. 

Autirebriie, antei'elj'ril, (wlat. 
fe\ir.s)ailj fiftrrhfilriib. -«. ba^Jietfriiiittcl. 

Antinatterin)^, ameflat'ti'iring. 
adj. bn- S(()iiiei(^elei itiiuibcr rb. tiitflegcii> 
Offeljt. 

Antijffiiifler, ani^gi'g'lur, «. einc 
Mrt Spcbtr jiini (f-iitioiTcii I'Oii Sliifrfjcii. 

AntiiieCtiC, anteliek'tik. adj. Uu\ 
(jeiifiid)tt)i'ili'iib. - * f(i# l.'iiii(ifiifii'f)tniiiril. 

Antiitypnotic , aut^liipnocik, \. 
A II t li y p II o t i c . 

Antiiiypocliondriac, anteiMp- 

&koii'drcak, \. A ii I It y p o c li o ii d r i :i c. 

Antiiiy.<«teric , aiit^liisier'iik. f. 

An t li y K t e r ic. 

Antiio^'aritlim, antelog'arit/tm, 
*. ['OKnri).] bic GTiiriiijiiiiji bc5 2piiiirir()iiiiu' 
fill'* ©iiiu5, ciiUT Sffiiiitc Ob. Irtiigriirc. 

Antilog°y, aiifil'oje, (i\r.) *. ^cr 
5Biberfprii(^ (jii>irrf)fii *3liifrrurffii pb.Stcflcii 
tinti S(f)rifrilcf(rr#). 

Antiitianiac, ant^mi'iicak. ^ 

Antiinaniacai, aiitenianiakat. ^ 
adj. iimhiifjiiiil)i'ilriib. [flfiiicrc •5)?ii*ft. 

Antiiiiask, an'temask, «. riiic 

Antiinetaboie, anicmetali'ole. 
((jr.) *. ['JUjet.] bit ISJorrwirbfrOi'liiiig in 
Dftftfticbrnm «fbeiiriiii(ifii. 

Antiinetatlie.siM,aiiieni^ta(/i'isis. 
t. t9?t)et.] bit aiiitimetnttjei't. 



AJNT 

Antimeter, antim'metur, (qt. me- 
tron) s. [Dpt.] bnij Sliitiiiieter (ein pptifd)e« 
^erf}eii(j). 

Antimetrical, antemut'rekal, adj. 

nntimefrirrf), ijegen tie Jfeijedi be5 25er^iiia(je5. 

Antiniinisterial, aiiieiiiiiiiii.ste' 

real. adj. nntiiniiii|1erie(I, beiii •"Kitiiflcriiim 

eiitgrgcngcfe^t. 

AntiniiniNterialiRt, antenun 
ni)itc'realist. *. bcr(yc(jiier beij iBiiniiteriuiii^, 
aJntimiiiiilcriffre. 

Antiinonarcllical, antemonar'- 
kekal, adj. niitinuMiiirt^irc^. 

Antimonarcliicalness, ante- 
moiiar'kckaliies, i. I. bilfi Sllltimonrtrdjtrdje. 
1. ber 5?(itJ flfflf" f'f TOonnrcfcie. 

Antinionial , antciiio'neal, adj. 
[(F^em.] fpief5(5fan<i , tiiit ©pie^glni! bcreitct, 
niitiiiuMiiiil, Spiff;gta«... [g(n«mitte(. 

Antinionial, «. [^eb.] ba6 «£pie@> 

Antimoniate, antemo'iieate, s. 
[ff^fiii.] fpiefjglaSmiirrS >Sa(j. Heurv. 

Antiinoniated, aiitciii6'iicatGd, 
adj. iiiit ©piefjglnnj perfect. 

Antinionic , antemo'nik , adj. 
[dljeiii.] - acid, bie Spicggdiiiji'iiure. 

Antlinonlous, antemo'iieus, a(ij. 
[dljeiit.] unpoflfoiimieii fpiegglnSfnuer.-acid, 
bit iiiipoflfpniniene @pte0gl(iii)faiire. 

Antiinonite , an'iemunite , «. 
[dljem.] rpie0gla6fmierli(^e« @a(j, oyibirteS 
®pirPg(n«. 

Antimony, an'<^mune, (p. gr. mn- 
noi)«. [dhem.] bo$ ^Jtiitiiiiuiiium, ©piefj: 
gl(i«, ber Spicfjiitdii). 

Antimoraiist, anlemor'ralllst, «. 
ber 5eiiib , ©cgiier ber ■•OTrrfll. 

Antimusical, amemu'zekal, adj. 
nntiimififniifdj, ber 'Wufif juiviber, fcin JDljr 
fur bie 'Wiiilf f)iil'eiib. 

Antinepliritic , antenefnt'ik, 
(nepliriii*) adj. [-JJJeb.] grie«l)ei(eiib. - s. 
t>\\i (i>rif6iiiitto(. 

Antinoniian, autinu'mean, (gr.) 
adj. bem 0)c|e(je jiiiuiber; jii beii 3Ititinp: 
iiiierii gc()[>rig. (tiiiDtiiier, OiciV^pcrarfjrer. 

Antinoinlan, s. [^ircfigj ti^r "iiW' 

AutinoillianiRm , anteno'ineu 
niziii , *. bic ?el>re ber 9liitiiioniicr. 

Antinoillixt, an'ienuinist, i. 
[tf)fp(.I ber Wi-fc()effeiiib , 03cfc()pernd)ter. 

Antinomy, an'tiiKHiie, (gv. nomos) 
*. (3{e(f)t5rpr.] bie Iliipcrtraglic^feit jiueicr 
(yflV(5eobcr(5)i'rf(>t()cileiiut eiiuiiiber. Bakeu 

Antipapal, antepa'pal, ndj. ben 
■J>iipi5imi6 tefiinipffiib. [3Iiitipapiiiiiiii. 

Antipapi.^iii, aii'iepapi/.iii , t. ber 

AntipapiNtic, amepapis'iik, ^ 

Antipapl.StiCal, aiile|iapiii'l^kal.^ 
adj. iiiuipnpifliM). 

Antiparallel, antepar'rallel. ndj 
rtiitipamfld, in einer cnrgegengefvoren OUdy. 
tnng lanfenb. 

AntiparalytiC , antlparalit'ik. 
(gr.) adj. (a^iiiiingl)cilcnb. — «. iai Witttl 
gogcn ben ©(f)liigffii0. 

Antipatiietical,aiilepat/ict'ckal.^ 

Antipatlirttic, antepai/iel'ik. ^ 
ndj. ven OiiUiir jiiiuibcr ob. enrgege n, iinuer: 
rriiglicf). 

AntipatiieticalneMK, aniepa. 
t/iet'lkalnes , «. bie Unuertragftdjfeir, tae 



AJNT 

9tnttpntf)etir(f»e, nntilrlirfje 3inuibcrffin. 

Antipathy, antip'ai/ie, (gr. pathos) 
«. (to, ninnrt)mal against) i. bie 'TiiUnrnbi 
neignng, '^atnrf(i)ui , 9liitipiir(;ie, bii3 P)e. 
gengcfiKjI (gegeu). 2. [%^l;l)^.J bie Unpertrng» 
Itctjfcit (jipeicr ^i3rper). 
I. Inveterate antipatliies against par- 
ticular nations and passionate nttarli- 
nients to otiiers are to be avoided. 
Washinotow. 

Antipatriotic,anlcpAtreoi'ik,nrf/. 
unpntritnirc^. 

Antipedobaptist , anteplddd- 
bap'tist. *. ber (ijegiier ber itinbertdufe. 

Antiperistaitic,anicperestartik, 
adj. [^TJfeb.] antipfriiTalrifd). 

Antiperista.siM , anteperJs'tasis , 
(gr. 533.) ». bie Slntipcriiliife, ber 5i5ibcr« 
fpictiTreit, bie 333iber|1re(Ming unb (Jnrgegen. 
roirtung. [adj. nntipfrijlntifd). 

AntiperistatiC , anteperiHl.it'ik , 

AntipCStilt^Iltiiil, antepe.stelen'- 
slial, adj. pciliicrtreifrciib, pcflheilciib. 

Autiplllog-iKtian,aiitel)oJi.st'yuii, 
*. ber («fgncr ber Seljrc pom 'ijjlilngiitpn. 

Antiplllog-iHtic , antetlojis'iik, 
adj. 1. erfriKfjenb, bie giebcrhioe bampfenb. 

[Gljeni.] bcrSel^re iH>npl3l)(i»(ii|ton .uiiuibor. 

AntipIiIoj»-i.stic, s. [-))feb.J ein 
bie %iebetl)i^e biiinpfenbc? '))iinr(. 

Antiphon, an'tctnn. ^(gr. pliono) 

Antipliony , antJrone,]*. ber2Be(()i 
fclfbor, bie iJliitipljonie. 

Antiplional, anufonal, \ 

Auti]lilOIli«, aiiietoii'ik, \ 

Antiphouical, antcfnn'ekal, j 
adj. antipl)i'iiirrf), jiir 'Jlntipf)oiiie gdjorig. 

Antiphonary, aniiConare, ) 4. 

Antiplioner, antlfonur, I bad 
Gf)ortnid), cycinng&iic^. 

AntipIiraKi.<; , antiffrasis, (gr. 
phrasis) *. (?{l;ct.] berOJegnifinii, ba5 233ort« 
I'piet, bie ^Iiitipl^rnfe. 

AntiplirastiC, antefraf^'tik, > 

Antiplirastical, antefras'lekal.^ 
adj. nntip(;ra|1ifd). 

Antipodal, antip'i'idal, adj. gegen* 
fi'ipig, niitipobifc^. - meridian, ber *]DJir» 
ragf-freid ber (^Jcgenfujiler. 

Antipodes, antip'ode/. , (gr. 2B.) 
*. pi. 1. bic ©egeitffifjier, 9Intipoben. 2. ± 
ia6 SBibcrfpiet. 

Antipoison, amepoc'/n, s. icii 
(JJcgciigift. [genpnptl. 

Antipope, an'tepApe. *. ber (55e« 

Antiport, an'tepnrt, *. bie 25ortl)iir. 

Antiprelatical, amcprelat'tckal, 
adj. bcni 'iJ3rii((itenflanbc jnivibcr. 

AntiprieKt , an'icprc^st , t. ber 
^frtffenfcinb, geinb ber (i3ci)llid)fcit. 

Autiprie8tcrartj,a>itepreest'krafr, 
jr. t)i\i 03egcn:, 9lntipf'offciirl;iitn. Birke. 

Antipriuciple, anieprin'sepi, «. 
ber (i5cgciigriiiibra(3. Spekser. 

Antipropliet, antcprnf fit, s. ber 
ipropljcrcnfeiiib, (iSegncr ber 'ipn'ptjctcn. 

AntiptONis, antip'tusis, (gr. IS.) 
s. ((SJrniiiin.l bie 95enued)!<liiiig cb. 95er' 
reeling ber Siifle, (?ii(lperiued)i<(iiiin- 

Antipuritan, amepiVrcian, M. ber 
9(iiripiiriraner, (SJcgiicr ber ^piirifiiiifr. 

Antiquarian, amckwa'rean, ad^ 



44 Talf. ffiP, Pall. fat. Me. met. Fine. fin. No. move. n5r. uof, ^il. rlSiuI Ti'ilic Jiil». full. (/,iii. Tflis. 



ATsT 

nttcrt()iinific6 , iintiiiiiiirifd). 

Antiquarian, s. iev'H(ttrtf)umUr, 
2t!irii|iiiir , ^(ircvthiinisfi'rrctiT. 

Anti<|iiariaiii.«iii, antckwii'ica 
n!/,iii, s. tic Cii'tH- jii aiitfiTljiiiiicrii. 

Autiqitary, an'tckwaie. *. ber 
9!!tcrt!)iim^feiiiiiT, iJl(terr(;umsfiu'fc^)cr, 2Jii: 
ti-limr. 

Antiqiiate, an'iekwale, v. a. al<- 
fonimcn oB. I'lTntteii Iiiffcii, niifljefrcii, (if>.- 
frfjaffctt (Cyefdjc ic). [ueraltet. 

Antiquated, an'lekwated, adj. 

Antiqiiatedness, an'ickwaild- 
nes. s. bev ,3ii|liui6, bn Q-twai ait ob. ucr; 
ftiret t|1. 

Autiqitatiou, antckwa'sliun, « 
1. bii5 a3crn(rctrfiii , 9I(tei-tl)iini. 2. tit >Uiif= 
^ct'iir.n, 3Ibu-f)nffuii3. 

Antique, antcck', (Uit. antiquus) 
adj. 1. o.U, limit, nttuiiterlid). 2. nltLnUfrifrf), 
ainupbifrf). 3. (jjemoljiit. umie) liid)er(id), 
luirrifc^, feltfntii. 4. (iltcrtfjfiiiilicf), aiitif 
(I'on ten fflr!crf)eii ic. f)erfomiiieiib). 

Antique, s. ta& 9J(tcrt()iiin, 3Hter> 
t()iinii-|1ucf, bie Slutife; (ini aidfl.) bie nlte 
g^'lteiiljcit. 

Autiqueness, aiiteck'iie.s, «. bn£ 
Slire, 5I(tcrtl)iiiiilid)e, n(rcrtl;fiiiilid)e 2Iiu°fcf;iMi 
(.citifr <S(\d)e}, 3((rcrtf;iim. Addison. 

Antiquity, amik'kwetc, (Uu. anti- 
qiiitas) s. I. biu' *}l(rertl)imi , Urnttcr, bk 
fiSorjeit. 2.bn5 9Urert(;iim, bic5lltcn. Dawes. 

3. I t(\i i)0\)e Sllrev (ciiioC- ";33ffnrc^cii). Shak. 

4. baf ai(tert()iim , ipl)t ^Ktcr (ciiier @ad)e, 
^.imilic ic). 5. }il. bie SKtcvtlji'imer (Uebcv; 
rc|le ber nlten ^iiiiiTiucrfe), 51iuiqiiifnreii. 

Antirevulutiunary, antercvo 
lu'.sliuiiare, adj. gonfnrcuL'liitioiiar , ben 
©frtatfiiniiviitjiitini'n eiifgi'dfii. 

Antirevulutioui^t , antlievo 
lu'.shiini.st, *. ber (ScgciireiHiIiitioiiflr. 

Anti^abbatarian, amc-vabbata'- 
reaii, s. [Sih-(i)(\.] ber 9liirira66atnrier. 

Antisabian, antcNa'bean, adj. bent 
©afciiiiiism, ©aOei^nt iuiuibcr ob. entgegeii; 
aei'cijt. [adj. niitipfiifnrd). 

Anti$>acer(1ota1,aiite!ia.serd6'tal, 

Antisicians, aiitish'eaiis, (qv.) i. pi- 
[®eogr.] bie (5)eflfiirrf)ntti(]cii. 

Anti^iCurbutic, anteskSrbA'tik, 
adj. niUifforCtiitirrf) , rd)iiri;H>(fhei[eiib. 

Antiscorbutic, s. tai SSJiittd (je; 
fltn ben ©fiirtiit. 

Antiscripturi<«iti , antenkrip'- 
tKlii'irizni, s. bai £augiicii ciiicr oi?ttlid}cn 
CifeiiOnnmn. 

AntiiicripturiKt, auteKkiip'tslui 
nst, *. Qinev, bet bie giutlidjc Difciil'aniiuj 
laiinitet. 

Antiseptic, anlesep'lik. adj. ['DJJeb.] 
bcm 23raiibe, ber gnuliiifj lyibrritefjeiib, nii; 
tiieptifd). [bcii !Smiib cb, bie Jiiuliiilj. 

Antiseptic, «. b{[i gWittcl luibcr 

Antisocial, anrcso'sbal, adj. nil; 
flcrctird)aftlid) , (icre(ird)iifnuitrin. 

Antispasis, aiiti.s'pasis, (gr. Kpao) 
». [i)]?cb.] bie 9J('leitiiiifl brr ©lifre iiait 
eiiiem anbcrii H)cile bcij Korprr^^ hiii. 

AntispasniO(liC,aiilespai[iiiO(l'ik. 
(gr. spasiiios) adj. friiiiipfiltflriib. [ijirrrl. 

Auti.spasmodic, >. bo^ j^minph 

AutispastiC , anlespas'Uk. udj. 



AiNX 



APA 



[^:0?cb.] 5eiltf)tiiifeiren (lf>fcitenb. I 3. Anxious to coinmit mo mistake. 

Antispastic, J. [OXeb.] ba* Sl&leisi An xions to ple:i.se. Webste*. 

tiinn^mirtcl. Anxiously, anU'.shn.-iie, adv. l. 

Antisplenetic , antesplenei'Ik., baiigi-, niigiliid), iuiriil;ii], frfforgt. 2. eifrifljl, 
(gv. -spleii) adj. niilj|'iid)rl)eileitb ; bie Wnde: forgfiitrig. 

ntr'iil)renb. [*. [■?fi;et.] bie Qliiriilafe. Anxioissuess, ank'.sliusnls. ». i, 

Antistasis, anils'ta.^Is, (gr. st.isis): bie 'Sniigigffit, 91eiig|tiid)feit, 9?enirglid)feit. 

Antistes , amis'ic^, (int.) «. ber 2. bie Sorgfalr, eifrigilc >Bemii()iing. 

Cbcrprii'iler, 9IiUi)te3. Milton. 

Autisttroplte, } ant?.s'tr6fe, (gr. 

Autistropliy , ^ ^troplie) s. I. [nit. 

'$i^c\.] bie (53egeiimenbi:ng, ber P3egengcrnng, 

bie 2Iiitt|lropl;e, ®egen|lrL^pl;e. 2. [©rnnini.] 

bie ©d)(ii6iinebEr(;Lifuiig. 

Antistruiuatic , Snt^stiumat'ik. 
(Int. stiuiuii) adj. |"frc>pl;elnt)eilenb, topfuer^ 
treit'Biib. 

Antitliesis, aiitit/i'e.sis, (gr. thesis) 
«. 1. [9{I;et.] ber (yegeiifnti, bie \Uiiritljefe. 2. 
i ber ©treir, ^yieiiiuiigi-t'lrcit. 

Antitltetic, antct/iet'ik. } adj. 

AntitUetical, antct/zlrekal. 5 All: 
titljetifc^. 

Ant itrinitarian,antctiineta' lean. 
#. ber Dreieiiiigfeitolniigner, I5reieiiiigfeir^; 
gegiier, SIntitrinitnrier. [rnrifd) 

Antitrinitarian, adj. nntirrini; 

Antitrlnitariani.sin, an ten Lie 
ta'reanlzin, *. bdi Oniigiieii ber ij. Dreiei> 
iiigfeit; bie 2el;re ber 9liuitriiiitnrier. 

Antitj'pe, an'teiipc, (gr. typos) s. 
[H)eo\.] bn6 @egeiiC>iIb. 

Antitypical, ametjp'ekal, adj. eiii 
CiJegent'ilb bcrreffenb ob. crflnreiib, gegeiu 
bilblic^. 

AntivarioIoUS , amevaico'lus. 
adj. [S)J?cb.] oor ben 55Inrterii rdjilyciib. 

Antivenereal, anteveuc'ical. adj. 
gegen bie oenerifrfje ilrnnfl;eit, nntioeiicri|'d> 

Antler, ant'lur, (fr. aiidoniller) s. 
['Snibnifpr.J bie Sliigcn: ob. SB-ibfproffe, ber 
(Jisfpriepel. Brow-antlers, bie uiitcrn 
©nben, aiugeii|pro(Ten. Sur-ob. bear- 
au tiers, bie D6ern ©iiben. 

Antlered, anciurd, adj. nut Qii-- 
ipriepeln uerfcljen. 

Antlet-lace, ant'ltt lase, *. ba6 
3nrfd)en. t[®''i.''gi*-l &ic G)egeiil'eiuol;i'er. 

Antoeci, anlce'sl, (gr. oikeo) s. pi. 

Antonoonasia, antononia'/lica, ^ 

Antonoinasy, aiiti')iiom'a.>e, ^ 
(gr. onoma) «. [Lliljer.J bie iiiuonontni'ie. 

Antre, an'iiir, (int.) «• bie ipbijle. 

Antwerp, au'iwerp, s. [0)eogr.] 
3(ntiuerpcn. 

Anvil, an'vil, (nngtff. anfilt, nenfilt, 
nltengl. anvelt) a. ber Qlnibog. Rising-, 
ber Bmcirpi^nniOojj , bn« Soppell^orn. Stock 
of an -, ber ^Io0 cine5 2tinbope^. Sniall-, 
ber i?nnbnm6o(3. [^Jlrbcir feiii. 

To be on tlie -, 1 ini 'SUntt fein, in ber apo n. antlnopos) i. [-'iiicb.] bie 'OJfenfc^eu* 



Any, en'ne, (nngrlf. anig, aenig; 
l)Lif(. eeiiig; b. einig) adj. l. irgcnb ein, 
irgriib (JtivniJ; irgenb einer, irgenb einc, 
irgenb cin^. 2. cinige. 3. einer, eine, cin6, 
3einnnb. 4. jcber, jebe, jebcS. 

Any one, - body. 1. irgenb (J-ilier. 2. 
3cbcrmnnn, Oeber. - tiling, i. irgenb QU 
m\^-. 2. ■iUki. 3. gnnjiid). 4. (i:t)va&, ein 
^a3i>nig. im ffleringiTen. Not - one word, 
fein eiiijigeS SSjort. In - place, ilbernfl, nn 
jibem Orre. Not - one, ntd)t &nn, ?iie. 
ninnb. Above -thing, Ijnuprfndjlic^ , not 
nllen Dingen. Not -. iteiiier, ^Tiiemnnb. 
Not for - thing, utn fcineii <)Srei5. An 
dinnk as - thing, gniijlid) eb. oi'llig 6e« 
tninfen. — body than yon , jcber 9lnbcre 
iilf ©ie. [etiunJ, nnr nrd). 

Any, adv. I. irgenb. 2. ein 2Benig, 
Any how, niif irgenb einc3Jrt, e5 fei luir 
ti \wUe. -where, 1. irgenbiuo. 2. ubetaK. 
- whither, irgenb UioI}iii. - more, ein 
~lGi'iiig nu()r, nod) iiiil;r, mc[)r. Not- more, 
gnr Diid)ti° niel;r. - further, mciter, noc^ 
iveitir, ein 5Bcnig loeiter. - longer, innger, 
nod) Innger, ein 5Benig Iniigcr. Without - 
more ado, rijne lucitcre llniilnnbe. 

Aorist, a'orist, (gr.) s [gr. (53rnmm.] 
ber 9Ioriilu5. 

Aoristic, aoit.s'tik. adj. noriflifd), 
nnbeitttnint, jn eiiieiu 3Iori|Tiiij get^ilirig. 

Aorta, adr'ta, (gr.) «. I'JInnt.] bie 
groije S^mc-. ob. ©d)Ingnber. 

Aortal, aor'tal, adj. jnr grrfjen 
'IJiiliJnber ge()l!irig. 

Aouta, aou'ta, *. [!Sot.] eine 9lrt 
■OJiniilbeerbnnni niif Drnljiri. 

Apace, apase', (a ^rnfr. II. p.ice) 
adv. I. gefd)ii)inb, rd)nc[I, l}urtig, cilig, rnf^). 
2. f)nflig. 3. jn|"e()enb5. 

It rains-, ti regnet fe()r |1nrf. Night 
wears -, t& tngt nfltuiiljiig. 

Apag-og-e, ) ap'agi'ijc, (gr. SB.) *• 
Apag-og-y, 5 1. [S2og.] bie ,3urilrf« 
fi'il)rnMg niif eine Ungereinirljcit, 5Ipngoge. 
2. [-)KnrI).] bie SIpngogc. 3. [ni()en. Oicd}t] 
bie a3orfiil;rnng eine^ niif ber iljnt ergriffe* 
lien "WiiTerljiUcr^ oor ben 3{id)rer. 

Apagogical, iSpagmlje'ckal, adj. 
[9og.| inbireft, mirreU'nr (iieiuci!>). 

Apaid, apade', adj f ocrgiulgt, ju* 
frieben ; i 11 - a p a i d , ini(!iHTgiii'igr. 

ApantUropy, apant/nope, (gr. 



Anxiety, angzi'ete, (Int. nnxiu.s, 
angere) s. 1. bie ^tiigjl, 23enngiligiing, 23nn< 
gigfcit, ^perien^beflcnimiing, a3erorgniG'- 2. 
COTeb.] bie !5nngigfeit, JBeflenininng. 3. i f 
bie ©djiuierigfeii , .Rlemnie, 5Scriworrciil)cit, 
ber Born. 

Anxious, ank'shus. adj. I. bniigc; 
(for u. about) nngiliid), Oefilinincrr, iinniljig 
'locgeiD, beforgt (uin, lurgfii), I'd'orglid). 2. 
forgfnitig, eifrig, geiinn. 3. berorgi'nin, uoni 
cifriflfii "iDmirdje &ei"eelr, eifrioil be\niH)t. 



|rt)rn. [(gr.) *. [3{l)fr.J bie ■Jluf.jnOUing. 

Aparitltiiiesis , aparit/i'mesis, 

Apart, apart', (a ^riif. II. partjodo. 

1. beircire, teifeit, f>ei ©eire. 2. bcfonberS, 

nOgnonbcrr. 3. (from) nbgefeljen (oon). 

3. — fram all regard to Ills morals, he ■• 

not qualified, in other re.specis, for 

the office he holds. Websteb, 

To lay -, beifeitiS icgeiKfflelbu-.). T^put 

-, i entfernen. To set -. l>ei ©rirc te^eiu 

Apartment, apaii'mcnt, tfr. aj>> 



Fntp. C'r. r'lfl. fat. Mf. m^t Fine. fin. N6. ninvp. n6r. j^nt. oil. rlonil. Tnlif. lnl>. fnll. ihhu Tflis. 45 



A PA 

pMrtrnicnt) *. tie ^'chnung, ^a* 3'ii'*ntt/ 
Otenind), tie 9frihe oiiinufr. 

,^patll<*tiC, apat/iet'ik, adj. lincm> 

pftiiMi.li, fiihlk'5, flffMlidpS. 

ApMtliy, apat/je. (a ^rnf- il. ([T. pa 
tlioxj «. Me ijuljfli'fiflfeit, llncmpfiiiMicSjfeit, 

Apntitc, ap'aiite. (<]r. apaloo) «. 

(^WiiiiTiilii.l ^er £pnr(jrlt1f in , Me phpfpl)pr 

I'aiirf itatfe^^e. | Me nii(<<ie|Tre(fte flnd)e Slnn^. 

JlpmiltIC, aiiavvni'. (fr.) ». (>>erlt.l 

Apc^j ipe. <l)i^(l. aap; (nn. abe; nn> 

(jelf. apa; fd)u•e^. ii. ir. apa; i6\. ape; w. 

ab. epa) *. 1. |3fcr.) ttt »2life. 2. i a) ter 

9lffe, iJfiidjiiffer; nibcrne ■•TCeiifc^ , iWnrr. b) 

Mr'JIffe (-J^ll?^rll(f ^er 3'irtliif)fcit). Shak.. 

Proo. The higlier an — goes, tbc more 

he hIiows IiU tail, je bof)er rill Dtinini: 

fppt (leiflt, berto niefjr flibt cr fief) ^li'fien. 

To lead - • to hell, n(6 flite Oiiiiflfer (leri 

ben. To be one* -, (J-inen nod)nfftii. 

Apr-benrer, — carrier, ter f)er> 
unniff7ell^e ^offeiircifier. (men. 

Ape, r. ". n<id>flifen , fffnuifrf) nndialj: 
Apeak, Speke', (a 'ilgrnf. n. peak) 
adv. I. (inf ber EpKje. 2. ['TOnr.) fenfredu, 
rtuf n. nieber , geraCe Qtcr vb. miter (^fnl 
*Knrer). (iitiiird). 

A Pennine, ap'cnn{ne, ndj. aprn: 
Apennine, } *. [ffleonr.] Me<2Ipen= 
A pennineK,^ ninen. 
Apepny , a|.ep'«i, ((jr.) #. t (Web.) 
bn« 9Jfrrfliuinti^iini>frmi!<flen, Mt SBerPnu: 
unii^ninnnel, t>ie llnrerfflulicftfeit, llni'ertxinf! 
Aper, A'piir, *. Cer >)iiirf)iiffer. (Ijeit. 
Aperi(*nt , ape'r^eut, (Int.) adj. 
[«DreD.) i>fFnen» , nt>fill)rtn&. (TOirtcl. 

Aperl«'nt, *. (-WeM ein erolfnentefi 
Aperitive, aper'etlv, ad), f. Ape- 
rient. 

Aper<, apert'. dflt) adj. -f- pffen, <1M< 
gmfd^eintltf), iini'erfinl)lcii. — ado. A p e r t'l y, 
pffen, fret t)ernii«, pljne S?tt\l. 

ApertiOn, aper'ihun, ((At.) •. f 1. 
bie Crffuiinq, M6 Ceffnen. 2. bit OffTniinfl, 
tvr I»iir(1iiiiiiifl. 

Aper(ne««, apert'nes, «. 1. bie Cf: 
fenlH'it. 2. bie Rinrtjeit, I)eiit(i(()feit. 

Aperfur, apcr'iur. {iiit.> # [Unnt] 
^er 9liifI)E6er lein *D?iitffci). 

Aperture, ap'iiitcluWe, t. I. bo? 
Deffnen, bie Ci-ffnimn. 2. bie Deffniinn (ber 
Ctirrf)fl(inn). 3. t bieffrfffnunflCbe^ginncC'), 
(j-rfliiriiiin. 4. [(i5ciini. ii.Cpt.] bieCeffiiiinn. 
ApetnloilN, apet'llnK, ((ft. a priv. 
n. petition) ndj. |$pt.) bhinienHnrrlp*. 

ApetalouNneKH, apel'alusnls, « 
(Sot.) bie »linnen6lnttlpfi(ifeit. 

Ap<rx, i'peks, (lar. "10.) pi. apexe«. 
I. I. biegpi^e, ber fflipfet. 2. (93pt.l bie 
©pi^e bef iJriirf)tfMPtcnS. 3. [(iJrnniin.] biif 
Sfitten eincr Innncn £i)(be, ber ^nnfr, 9U-: 
tent nuf Sii(f)ftii6en. 4. [^llltertf).] a) bie 
iPrieflerfjniibe eine« 5'>T"*'n. b> ber Jrber: 
btifrf), i^eltnbiird). 

ApiinereKlK, adr'^s'..^ (qr. '■SS.) 
AplierenlH, aierc'sis. 5 «• '. bie 
Mnfnnflfi'crfnrjiMin, 23rrf tlrjiiMfl , lii"ir>iinn 
Dcn I'prn. 2. [Pbir.] bnf "Jlbiieljinen, 20r(i= 
ftftneiben ; [TOeb.) {>ie (F-iimTiiiiii!], ^rgi'djaf; 
fnnti I'Pii envaf £d)iiMirf)etn. 

Aplianite, aCantie, (qt. a priv. tl. 



A PL 

phaino) «. [gKineraffi.! ber 5(pl)nnit. 

Aplielion, af'e'leiin. ((\v. apo n. 
helios) s. [^^IrtriMi.] bic gonnrnfrriie. 

Apliidivorous, ateiiivnru.s, (({r. 
apliis; I,u. vorare) ailj. [Duinirg.) blart: 
InnffrefTenb. 

Apllilantliropy , afelan't/irop^. 
(a priv. pliileo 11. aiiliirop'is) j. I. bicCicb; 
Ipfiflfeit, ber 'TJiongel nn ■iBIenrdjenliebe. 2. 
[i|5M)rf)iit.l bie ^)rinr(^enfrf)eu. 

ApIiis, i'fis, «. lOiiiturg.] bie Snu«, 
SriUtinnij, SBinnnlnii*. 

Apliios-lsitic, afl^jK'iik, (n priv. 
II. plilogistos) atlj. fliiniinenloS. 

Apiiuny, af'one, ((\r. phone) s. 
bie Stimmlpfigfeit, (£prnd)Iii()niiing. 

AplioriKin, afoiiiini, (gr.) «. ber 
^pl)iiriSin, Sfl>rrvrnd), eebeiofs. 

ApliuriKiner, Afurum'ur, «. ber 
?lphori5iiienfriimer. 

AplloriJIitical, aforis'tekal.^ ndj 

Apiiori.«tic , af6r?s'iik. 5 <^pl;D; 
riftifrf). — adp. A pli orin't i cally, i . 

Aplirite, afrhe, (gr. aphron) *. 
[iJ)?iiiemIg.1 bie ©rf)iiiiinerbe. .Jameson. 

Aplirizite, af'rezit, «. [^Dfinemlnl 
ber "Jlplinfit, 9ircf)eiijic(;er. Phillips. 

AplirOfliRlaC, aiTrodizh'eak, ( 

AplirodlNiacai, arrrn(le<hi-akal i 
((jr. aphrodite) adj. tm 0)er(f)lc(f)rf trifl' 
reijenb. [trieb reijenbe<j '•Mfittcl. 

A plirodlKiac, ». eIn ben 03efd)lorf)t#> 

Aplir«>ditf>, afrodite.^ J. l.[3lHM.] 

Aplirodita, aO^di'ta,^ bie @ecran: 
pe , "-MfeerniQU*. 2. ITOijtf)] 3(pl;robite (9Je; 
nn«) / 

Aplitlionic, af't/tnng, (p. <\r. apo 
n. phthoggos) *. ein 5.>nrf)|fab Pb. nicljrere 
Sud)ft>iben , bie nnt^ ber fleaH>hniid)rn "Jin?: 
fpro(f)e tt6 933prte« nicfjt <iel)5rt luerben. 

AplltllOU*, af'l/ius, (gr. hapbthai) 
adj. I'TOeb.] tnnnbfnnlig, jur 'TOunbfmile, 
jiitn ^nnbfff)mnnim gefiorig. 

Aphyllous, af'illiis, (gr. phyllon) 
adj. (35ot.] blattlpS. 

Apiary, A'pcari, dat. apiarlmn) «. 
ber 25ienenitrtnb, t><\6 lMcnen()au5. 

Apiaster, A'p^axtur, (api«) «. 
[Drnirfj.] ber SJicnenfrffJer. 

A'plces, ^. j^ 

A'pexcs, V' 

Apiece, apecse', (a ^r^f. tl. piecei 

ndv. i. fiir bai Stfirf. 2. fi'ir Oeben, fiir 

iebc 'jperfpn, niif Qincn, rtiifOcbeii (bcii 9lii: 

tfjeif etneS ^ttcn nnjeigenb), 

2. Here is an orange — . Webster. 

Apis, A'pis, (lat. <S3.) s. I. [Si'i'M 
bie 2Jienc. 2. [ntt. Qlegijpt.] ber((5)ott)^!(pit5. 

Apisli, i'pish, (f. Ape) ndj- i. niTi'ii: 
mn^ig, nffifcf), n<irf)flffcnb. 2. (nftig, ppfficr: 
li(f), narrifcf), inutl^iuiflig. 3. Iiippifrf). 4. gf: 
iiert, erfiniftflt. - adv. A'pishly, ivie ein 
>]tfTe, n.irrifrf); gejicrt; fnppifd). 

Apisliiiess, A'pislines. t. baS9(ffeni 
niiiOige, J?iippifcf)e, b(i5 pp|7ir(irf)c ajefon. 

Apitpnt, apit'jjat. ndn. tirf, tnrf. 

Apiaiiatic, aplanat'ik, (gr. planno) 
ndj. hJljlriMi.] nplnnntifd) (Jc'iri'ljrc). 

Apioine, aplonie', (gr. Iiaploos) s. 
[0)?imml(|.I id./. 

Aplii-S'ter, ) aplus'tur. (gr. aphlas 

ApiiiNtre,^ ton) s. [lilrere ^V<iy.] 



APO 



bie ®d»(ff«fci()ne, 5>intertf)ci(^pervernnfl. 

Apocalypse, apok'alips. (gr. ap» 
n. kalypio) s. [^H<ct] Me .Cffi'iibnning Op" 
l)nnni^, Slpi'fndipfe. 

Apocalyptic, upokalTp'tik. ) 

Apocalyptical, apokaiip'tekal.^j 
adj. iipofnli)pfifd>. 

Apocopate, apok'opAte, v.a. bunt) 
9(brd)nfibiing be6 iciucn -iiiidiiTiil'enS rb. ber 
le^ten ©ijlbe eine6 5Bprte5 perffirjcii, abt 
rd)neiben. 

Apocope, 1 apok'ope. (gr. 'S}.) s. 

Apocopy, ^ [©rnmin.] bie (5-n?per» 
fiiriiiiig, 9lb|'d)ncibi!ng (luie dl fiir dii). 

Apocrisary, aijok'resaic. (gr.) .» 
(c\)m.) 1. ber »Ptfd)nftcr. 2. ber <S(t)nl)be> 
iunl)rer. 3. ber 5?ofcrjfap(iin. 4. ber ilgeiit 
eineS f)pl)en 05ei|lli(^en, eiiie5 .(?loifer5. 

Apocriistic, apokrus'tik, (gr. apo 
u. kruo) adj. [>)J?eb.] nppfruilifd) , tlnrf jii» 
fatunienjiel)enb u. jiiriicfrreibenb. - s. tai 
iTnrt jiifiiniineniief)cnbe iiiib jiirucftreibenbe 
Wittel 

Apocrypha, apok'rcfa, (gr. npo 
u. krypto) * pi. 1. bic (ipofri)pI)ird)en 33fi< 
d)er ber ^ibel. 2. bie npofri)p()ird)en ®d)rif» 
ten (irgenb einefi 93erfii(Trr5). 

Apocryphal, apnk'rclal, ndj. npp< 
fri)pl)ifd); nnglftnbmiirbig, iinnd)t, uiiiuuen 
Itiffig, perbad)tig. 

ApOCryphal]ie.'«S,apnk'rc!alnes, 
t. bnS >!lpDtn)pl;ird)e, bie llngeiuig(;eit, lUif 
iid)tl)eit. 

Apodal, ap'odal. adj. [3oDf.] of;ne 
5iiOc; init re()r f nrjcn gilpen ; [3d)t(;t)oI.] 
oljne 95nnd)flp(7en. 

Apode, ap'ode, (gr. a priv. u. pn» 
Jiifj) *. [9Tiitiirg.] bi\6 tfjier cljne gi'ige; 
[Ornitt).] ber SBoffrJ init feljr fnrjen J^figeu; 
[3d)tl)i)p|.] ber ^'fc^ i'l)iie 23iiiid)ftoffen5 
[^pt.j bie niiffiOcnbe, nngeilielte ^ftaiije. 

ApodictiC, apodik'tik, ^ (gr. 

Apodictical, apodik'tckal.^ apo- 
deiknynil)nf//. nppbiftifrf), iiiiiiMbcrrprcd)Iic6, 
unmiberleg(id), 6c|liniint. niigi'nrd)eiiilid). 

Apodixis, apiViik'NiM, s. l)}U)et.] 
ber I'it'erjeiigenbe, llnu>i^erll•gIicf)e 23ciium!-. 

Apodowis, apod'osis, (gr. ili3.) «. 
[5?()et.] ber ^)ind)fnO, Oi.id)tmfl. 

ApOf^ee, ap'ojc. (jjr. ap» «. ge) s. 
['Jlitrpii.] bie (yrbferne. Ofptl)t'rtrt. 

Apog-on, ap'i'.^un. ». f3d)tljt)pl.] ber 

ApOg-raph, ap'ogrlr, (gr. apo- 

grapho) s. bie ^iK'fdjrifr. [ || ber Scrilt'rcr. 

Apollyoii, apnl'lcuii. (gr. 'IB.) s. 

Apolog'etiC, apnlAjefik, ^adj. 

Apolog-eticaljapolo.ict'ckal.'JiipP" 
Ipgetifd), red)rfertigi'iib, pei't(;i'ibigenb. 

Apologretic, s. bie (2rf>nnrcf)rift, 
©d)!i(3rebe. [ndii. npolpgeriid). 

Apolog-etically, apolAjei'ckallc, 

A polo^i.St, apnl'ojisl. ()■. A p o 1 o g y) 
s. ber €d)ii$rebiier; Sh'djtferrigrr, 2ScrtI;ei« 
biger, p-l)rriirettrr, yiprlrger. 

Apolog'isK^, apol'ojize. o. n. (for) 
I. G-incni pb. riiierSiid)c eiiie^d)utirrbc f)(il« 
ten, bic 9fed)tferfigiing , 0''nrrd)iilbigMng 0^' 
mniib*, eincr Snd)e t'iberncljnicn. 2. fid) re(ftt» 
fertigen, fid) cnird)iiirigon no any one for 
any thing, bii C-iiifni mcgcn eincr Siid)e). 
To - for one's self, fid) cnrfd)iilbigfn lucgcn 
(Stid.i^, fid) I'll'cr (frwa5 vcdJrf'.Ttigni. 



46 Fate, ffir fall, fat. ML met. Fine. fin. ?i6. infivf. iidr. "ol. oil, rioud. Tnlie. \(\U. full. t//in. Tills. 



APO 

A]polog°lie, ap'olog, ((jr. apologos) 
#. tJflfi mdifmis, tie gabel, £d;rfabel, Ccr 

Apolog-y, apol'oje. (gr. apologia) 

#. 1. bic €d)ii(u-e6e, aSfrHjeiMfliinfic-rctie, 
€cfiiiorcf)rift, Slpi'loare. 2. Mc ©ntrrfjiilbigimG, 
Svednfcrtiiiung. [(lucfleu) 

To mske an - for, firf) cntfcf)lllMflcn 
Apoiiiecoiiietry , apomekoin' 
iiicne. (<;r. niekos) *. |(Meoiii.] £)ic gcrtu 
nuiTuuflifunil, 9K'|lflnb«mci7un3 , SaSetten 

Aponeurosis, uponmir^'sis.^ (gr 

Aponeiirosy, aponnu'rosc. ^SSi.) 
t. ['JliiiU.] bie 3lu^('reitung bcr 6el;neii, 
brcitc gcf)ne ot. yJiMteiMpe. 

ApopeitiptiC, apopem'tik. (gr.) 
adj. 13lttcrt().] npopcinptifd). - «• bic npo; 
j)iMiiptiid)i:5;>t)iinic, ba6 npi^petiiprifrfje ©ebid^t 

Apopliasis, apof'a.Nis, (gr. 2i5.) « 
[5v!)ct.] bie Slpiipl^nfe, piii01irf)c «Ut'Orcd)ung 
mil'!:' 3?cberii()c(?. 

ApopIllegrinl&tiC, apoflegmat'ik, 
(<\V. apo u. plilegiiia) «</;. ['5Jfeb.] |"pcid)Cl 
trrit'fiib. - «. bnS (peidieltreibnibc ^irtfl. 

Apopllleg'ini&tisill, apofle^'ma- 
tj/.m, *. [^TOeb.J ciii ben (£d)leini n('fi'il)vcn: 
bee *!J?irtef. Bacon. 

ApopIt1eg'l1<*^IZ*>U^ 7 apofleg- 
mar'czaiit, s. eiii ben <£pcid)clflii(j Pcforbcrii! 
be5 -Witfcr. 

Apoplltliegrill,^ ap'ot/iem, (gr.) *. 

Apotlieiii, ^ biu'9lpiip!;tljrgiiin, 
bcr ivcrn = ob. Bciiffpnid). 

Apopliyg°e, } apot'cje. ((\r. IB.) s 

Apopliyg-y, 5 ['^trrf)it.] ber ©niitcn; 
niuaiif, ©aiilennblnuf; ber uiuerfle 2f)ci( 
and ©mifcnfdinftffi. 

Apopliyllite, apof'illite, (gr. apo 
tj. pliilloii) *. |>))iinem(g.l bcr 9Ipppl)i;f(it. 

Apopliyi^is, apof'esis,^ (gr.) *. 1. 

ApopUysy, apof'esc, 5 [9innr.]ber 
gorrf.i^j, ^nod)cnf«trat5. 2. bn« llc&erbeiii. 
3. [2.Hit.] bcr 91ue'ii)iid)5, Slinofi.^ 

Ap<»plcctic, apoplek'tik, ^ 

Apoplectical, apoplek'tekal, ^ 
adj. r(t)i'igf^'iffig. rdjlngorrig, npoplcftifd). 

- fit, ciii 9Jnfiif( ULMii gd)(nge. 

Apoplectic, s. bcr ©didngfJuifigc 

Apoplexecl, ap'opiekst, arij. Pom 
©didigc geriiljrt, gcli'iljint. Shak. 

Apoplexy, ap'oplekse, (gr. apo- 
pipxia) 4. 1. bcr©d)lng, 6d)lngflug, bie 
Sipi^plerie. 2 i ber ioumcKberlniiifeiiljeir). 

To fall into an — , lunn ©djinge gcnif^rt 
tpfr^en. [Drvden. 

Apoplex, ap'opleks. f. A p o p I e X y. 

Aporou, ^ ap'oron. (gr.) s. \yiiCi-- 

Ap'oriine,^ tljcni.] einc fcfir fctiverc 
fl6er l:<i''d) jii Ibrciibc Sliifgiibe, bcr Slporism. 

Apory, ap'nre, } (gr.) ». I. [Offset.] 

Aporia, apo'rca.^ ber Bn'cifd, bie 
Hnrd)luffigfcit. 2. ['DJicb. ] bie net'crljiifrc 
55eflfiiitining. 

ApOSiopesis, apozhcope'sis,^ (gr. 

Aposiopesy, apozlico'pcsc, ^ 2i3,.) 
t \')H)(t.] bie 91(>t'red)iiiig bcr 'iicte. 

Apostasy, apos'ia>^c, (gr.) *. 1. ber 
atfiid (P. bcr Di'cligiiMi, uiiicr 'ipiirrci, eiiicr 
^Jiciiiung) , (J3lniibfii?(U<fiifl- bie ?lpi>il(ifie, 
Piif sjibrrrniiiign'crbeii , bie 9(t>iriinni(ifcir. 
?. [-Jl/icb.] a) tM gfrr.l}rlid)e 0)crd)iiu'ir. b>| 



APO 

bie 9In^niifung pon ©iter in cinem 1f)ci(c. 
c) bn5 ©ti'icf LHin eineni jcrbrof^cncn Rno-. 
d)cn, ber ^nodjenfplirter. 

Apostate, apos'»ate. «. ber Slpoftat, 
Qlfitriinnigc. [i>erriitl)crird). Spenser. 

Apostate, adj. nt'tninnig, ff.lfd), 

Apostatical, apo^tat'ckal, adj 
n&triinnig, npoilntifd), ii<ie ein 2IpLifliU. 

Apostatize, apost'aiize. V. n. rt(v 
fiiflen, nbtviitinig iverben d'. Ciilniitcn, fr. 
?)3artei, \. ^rinjipien). [ L'>33tcb.] fd)iuriren. 

Aposteitiate, apos'tcmatv. I'. » 

ApOSteinatioU , apdsteina'slnni 
». [9}icb.] iaS ©d)iuriren. 

AposteinatouS , apn.tteni'maiUK. 
adj. ju einer G-iterGe|'d;iBUl|l gehi'rig, citcr; 
ge|"d)H)UI|l(irtig. 

Aposteme, ap'ostcme, (gr.) s. bn£ 
&efd)mur, bie &itergerd)H)ii(|l. 

A -posteriori, ((nt.) adv. [Cng.] 
argiiinenis — , 23caici|"e a posteriori (Si)e; 
ipcife gejpgen nu6 1hiitfnd)en ic.). 

Apostle, apos'sl, (gr. apostello) s. 
1. bcr 9ipD|lcl. 2. f bcr gipotM. 

Apostlesliip, apns'sUliip, «. ba£ 
Slpprtelnint, bie 9(pi)|lelmiirbe. [9lpc|loinr. 

Apostolate, apds'i6late, t. bm* 

Apostolic, apnsiol'lik. ^ adj. 

Apostolical, apostol'ekai,^ ape-. 
ftl'lifd). 

Apostolicaluess, apostol'ekal 
ncs, *. bie npotfolifdje S3crd)nffen()eit, 3Ipo: 
tltlitiiipi.jfeit, tn6 npu|li)Ii("d)e 3tnrc()en. 

A|lOStoIiCS , apostol'iiks, *. p. 
iitindg.] bie 9Ipu|tL>iifd)en. 

Apostrophe,^ apos'trofe. (gr. 5H3.) 

ApostropUy,5 «• l. [dH)et.] bie 
Slnrcbc, Slppfiroplje. 2. [CJjrninni.] tai 9Iiif • 
IiifTung^!, Siirjuiig^jcidjen, ber SlpoilrrpI). 

Apostroplie, v. a. iipoi'iri'pl;iren. 

ApOStrophic, apos'trotik, adj. 
apoilrcpljircf). 

Apostropllize, apns'trofue. v. a. 
1. find) V. n. cine aippi1ropl;c nind)cn, nnre> 
ben Cjctnnnbcn). 2. fd)nrf niircbcn, \)nvt an-- 
fiiljren (©inen), cinen SScnucis ge6en ((Si- 
netn). 3. [®rnniin.] mit ciiicm 9IpP|lropl) 
I'criVfjen. 4. [Pirnniin.J npojlropljircn, ntfiir: 
jcn (ein SBort). [steme. 

Apostlline, ap'ostume, f. Apo- 

Apotltecary, apotA'ekarc, (gr. 
apotiiheini u. tlieca) «. ber 31pot(;efer, 9lrj; 
neitcreiter, 21rjiiei(;anbJer. (fdjiunyen. 

To talk like an -, in'6 (?)eliig Ijiiiciii 

Apothecary's shop, bie 2Ipi)t()cfe. 
- 's latin, bn6 21piitl;cfcr(atcin, ,Jlud)cnl(Urin. 

ApotltCg'BIl, f. Apoghtliegni. 

Apotlieg'ltiatiC , apnt/ilgmal'ik, 
Pber [ckal. adj. bcnffpriidjlid). 

Apotlieg-iiiatical, apot/iegmat'- 

Apotiieg'lliatist, apot/ieg'matist, 

s. bcr ©iiiunilcr oC. SBerfaffcr p. I)cnfrpria= 
d)cn. _ I'opE- 

A potlieg'inatize, ap ot/ieg'matue, 
V. II. Dcnfjpnid)e iin 'iBiiiiibe fiil;rcn. 

Apotlieilie, ap'ot/icme, *. (9?nf'I.] 
bie «MpiHl)cfc. TooKE. 

Ap<»tUeosis, apot/ic'osl.s. (gr. 213.) 
s. bie >}lpLHl)riMV, 23crgDrrcrinig. 

Agifttliesis, apni/i'c.sis. (gr. 2D.) 
». I. lO'Mir.] bdi? ©inridjtcn einef- (i)Iiif«. 2. 
ein %\<\fi niif ber ©iibictte cmcr itiiiijiJl nut 



APP 

!8i"id)ern :c. "Whele*. 

Apotoine, ^ ajiol'omc, (gr. apo. 
ApotOlliy, \ len.no) t. 1. [OJfntf).] 

biiC' Slpprcni, bcr llcbcrfrt^ufj. 2. [O^iuf.] iai 

2lptirL>ni, ber ionrcil. 

Apotrepsis, apn(icp'i,I'.s, s. [(F()ir.] 

bif GiiDeid)iiug, 3crtl)eiliuig eincr G-ircrgcr 

l'd)unilf>. 

Ap<»zeill, ap'ozenr. ((jr. apo u. zeo) 

s. I'TOcb.] ber itriiuterrranf, iirrtutcrnOriib, 

bnf Dffoft. 

Apozeillical, apoxlmckai, adj 

luif ein .ftrriiitcrrrnnf. (generate. 

Appair, appare', f. Impair ll. De- 
Appall, appall'. (IiU. pallere) i'. a. 

1. bidf; iuad>cn, er\d)Xt<^t\\. 2. f flitkn (ben 
Dnril K.). Thomson. 

Appall, V. n. pcrt'leidien, errd)rerfen. 

Appallciieilt, appall'nient, «. bcr 
plii(3iid)e ©d)rf(fcn, ta& (S-cl'IdjTcn. 

Appauag:e, ap'panaje, (fr. apa- 

nagt) *. I. ta& 2ei('gcbiiige, bcr 'Jiirflcii! 

j(il)rgc()alt, bie Slpnnage. 2. f ber Sintljeil, 

bus 3nt'el)ii'r (bcr 9lnl;iing jii (JtiuiiiJ). 

2. Wealh . . . the - of wit. Swift. 

Apparatus, appa.a'tus, (lat. ao.) 
pi. Appai aiii ses, *. 1. bcr Slppnrnr, bie 
23L''rrid)nmg, bn« (SJenuI). 2. biis 3cng, 0)e: 
riitl) (bie 3nrii)lnng). 3. ((Fl)ir.] bie SBcrf. 
jciigc, ber SIppnrnt. 4. ber 21uc-jug (cinci 
2i3i'rtcrtnid)f !r.). 

Apparel, appar'el, (fr. appaseil; 
rpnn. aparejar; nrni. para) t. I. bie ivlei» 
bnng, Imdjt, bnS iilcib, bcr Slnjiig. 2. t 
binj (Sicumnb. 3. ber ©djnintf. 4. IWiir.j 
biiS ed)iffsgcriitl). 5. |(Fl;ir.] bcr 95crbnnb. 
2 Religion appears in the aatiiral — of 
simplicity. WebsteU. 

Apparel, ». «. I. fleibcn, Dcflciben. 

2. fii)iniictcn. 3. ['^Ux.] nii6rii|lcn. 
Appareuce, appa'rense.^ f. Ap- 
Appareucy, appa'rensc.^ pea- 

ranee. Cuaucer. 

Apparent, apiia'rent, adj. 1. nu< 
gcnrdjeinlic^ benr(id), flar, oiTcntnir; ncttttar, 
fid)tlid). 2. f(f)cin6nr, (Tnfd)cincnb. 3. geu>i0, 
unilrcitig, 6efiinnt. 4. penunnbt. Shak. -adv. 
Appa'rently, I. offenbar, nugcnrd)ciiili(t). 

2. t'djeinbnr. ' [Webster. 
2. The — motion or diameter of the snn. 

Heir — of tlie crown , bet unflreitige 
I()n>iier6e. 

Apparentness , appA'ientnls, «. 
t bie 9lngenfd)cinlic()fei(, ©ctuiBheit. y 

Apparition, apparlsli'un, a. 1. f 
bie (Srrd)einiing, ©id)tbnrfeit. Mh.ton. 2. bie 
(5-rfd)einung, bne(J)cfid)t, OJefpcnil, ber Weill. 

3. bie^rfdjcinung (ber rid)tbiire©cgcn|lanb), 
bie (5)cfln(t. Mii.ton.Shak. 4. bie iiuiftfjunn. 
Denham. 5. [2l|lron.] bie f?id)tperit)be t>ti 
■OJionbcS. 

Apparitor, appar'clur, (fat. ap. 
parcre)*. bcr(yerid)tebicncr, Diener, ^ebell. 

Appay, appa', (fpiin. n. port, apa- 
gar) I), a. ■•■ [iffricbigcn. SioNEt. 

Appeaclt, appctsh'. I), a. <■• I. (oO 
nnfliigcn (eincr ©ad)c). 2. niigrcifrn, bctlrei« 
nil, niifedjtcn. f. Impeach. 3. trtbcin,, 
Giiicni ajoriuiirfe nind)cn. Shak. 

Appeac'lier, uppetsh'ur, *. * bcr 
91iifKigcr, 2?crif)iilbigcr. 

Appeacllineut, appctsh'msnt, i 



FAfe. I"Ap, fall, fat. SU. iiief. Fine, fin. N6. move. n6r, ^ot. oil, cl6ud. Ti'ihe. tnl). full, l/iin. TMis 47 



APP 

• tie 9lnflnfle; fcer SiiriBurf; 3lnjjriff. 

Appeal, appele', (fr. appeler; (at. 
ap|)ellare; (\T. b.illo; o. n. 1. [-Jfec^tSfpr.] 
ill '.1111 iivpellireii (.wn). 2. (to) ft<<) berufen 
iiiiif', G-jiicn jiini 3<;iiflen niifnifen. 

Appeal, V. a. I. [9?edK«rpr.] nufru= 
fen, oorriifen, uornel)iMCii icine Snrfje) ; por 
ei:icii ^cljern (iJeric^t^ljof i'riiincn, vov eintm 
fliiPcrii Widjrer jicljcn.' 2. [^riminnlgef.] nn 
(jft>fn, (of) nnfdigen (eincr @nd)e). 
2. To — a perhuii of felony. Blackstoke 

Appeal, t. [3itd)t6i\>r.] l. a) tie 
9li'i'elatioii, ^ttu(un(\. b) lai »2lppefIntuMiS! 
T«t)t. 2. 1 (J)eiui'l)nf)fit^r. I bie Sliifione. 
UiACKSTONE. 3. M« SSorlnftuiici, aiuffDr: 
tiTiiii!!. Drvdeh. 4. bie 'ilnrufuiifl, (to) cie 
Sbcrufiing (niif). 
4. In nn oatli a person makes an — to the 
D>!ity for the truth of his declara- 
tion. Webster 

To make an — to arms, )|| ben 2i3ilfffil 
nrtifen, feine Suflu^f neljmrn. A court from 
which there is no -. tin 03crictlf*I)i'f bcr ill 
iciitrr 3nilnni fpri(f)t. 

Appealable, appcle'abl. a(</. I. 
brr 'Mppi^'IntiiMi iintcrivprffn (uon ©nrfjcn). 

2. nnfliiiit'or (25frbred)fr) ; (for. mcgeii). 
Appealant, applle'ant, «. t ^CT 

9!pprlliiiit. Shak. [pcflniit. 

Appealer, appile'ur. *. bcr ^Iv 
Appear, appeic'. (int. apparere; ii. 

apparlre; fpnil. parecer; fr. apparoir) v.n. 

1. i'rrrt)cincn, jtiin iEfrrrf^iiiie fomtncn. 2. 

frf(f)fiiien, fid) |le(lcn (wr (yfrid)t). 3. pffiH' 

b.ir, i'id)tbrtr lurrbeii ob. ffin. 4. firf; ,jci<]eii, 

fliiftrrten, niif>lcl)i;ii , firf) offcntlid) erfliiren. 

5. firf) Ififlfn, fid) funb ri)iiii , fid) crnebcii, 

fill) aiieioriren, tti)dlei\. 6. \<i)ei\un, ben ^n-- 

fd)ein fjnben. 

To - on the stage, Aiiftretftl «iuf ber 

95i'i()ne). To make —, rnucijcn , bcmeifrn, 

biUtMin. To -shining, [-JKetanurg.l blidcn. 

To - against any one, n'ibiT {?incn (oifeJlt> 

lid)) nnfrreteii. To - dry, trocten gcleiit lucr; 

ben (u. Snnbt). ['Jlufrrctcn. 

Appear, «. <■ bir (?rff^einung , bii5 
Appearance, appe'ranse, «. I. 

bic (5-rfd)einiing, bni ©rfdjeiiien , bor 9ln; 

Hirf. 2. bie{5T|d)cinun3((£n(fte, bie erfc^cint). 

3. Pet »Jluftritt «iuf ber ^iifjiie tc); Qm-. 
trltt (in ein 3initner Jc). 4. a) bie 2Cn()r: 
fd)citi(id)feit, ber ^ImV^cin. Bacow. b) bcr 
€rt)fin, 3liird)cin. c) ben Sd)cin, 58oni>iinb. 
5. bo* »Hnfel)cn, 9lii*rcl)cn, 91eiiOcrc. 6. t<\6 
(rrrdicinrn I'or 0)crid)r. 7. bie G'rrd)cinniin, 
brr WtiH. Addison. 8. bie OTcnge, brr 3"^ 
Viif (1). 2Solf). [Bini.E. 

4. b) For man lonkelh on the outward — . 
To make one's -, 1. jiiin 9Siiri"d)i'ill 
frninicn, fid) ici<ieii. 2. niifrrcrcii. To make 
one's first -, jiim erficn ■OJiiiIc niifrrctcn. 
To make a fine — , a noble — , ('d)r''n , ebcl 
nnsicljen. Great — at court, groge (!>U\(U\ bri 
S-it. To make a small -, ffinf grffjcjigiir 
u'lilcn. Day of—, ber (sjcrif^rerennin. De- 
f.uiltof-, b(i« »)iirf)rrrrrf)etnen. To enter 
Into a bond for -. fid) rrf)riftlif^ I'erbiitbrii, 
I'vr (5)erirf)t jr. erfrf)eiiien. To save - s- brii 
i'.iisern Sd)fin rctren. To go alioget\,.r by 
ouiwarn -, >3Iflff brm liitftmi 3d)i'iiit iPiVrn. 
In oc. to all -. iirinii ■}liirrt)niie nod). 
Appearer, appc'nir, «. brr, ivri: 



APP 

d)er, bie, roeJt^e er(d)eint, bie (?rfct)cinnng. 

Appea.«able, appe'z.^bl, adj. ieid)t 
ju bcfanfrigen rb. jn berufjigen; uerfotjnlid). 

AppeasablcueMs, appezabinls, 
». in 25err6l)n(ic^feit; Sfiljigfeit, befanftigt 
Ob. bcnit)igt ju luerben. 

Appease, appeze', (fr. appaiser; 
lat. pax; fr. paix) r. o. 1. befniifrigcn , be-. 
rul)igen, bcrd)n)irf)tigen , befriebigcn , linbern. 
2. 1 a) fliQen (ben ^linger) ; bnmpfen (eineii 
9liifruf)r). b)nu«n)f)nen, oerfoljnen. c)riif)ren. 

Appeasing remedies, 25erilllftigiing5; 
mittef. 

Appeasement, appeie'ment, «. 
I. bai 2)efiinftigcii, bie 2Jcfriebignng, !8erii= 
()igiiiig. 2. bie ©tiffe, 5)?u^c, 58cruf)igung. 

Appealer, appe'zur, *. bcr 9{iif)e= 
(lifter, aScrjtiljner , ©efniiftiger. [linbcrnb. 

Appeasivc, appe'nlv, adj. nitlbrrnb, 

Appellant, appcl'lant, (f. Ap 
peal)*. 1. Oic^tSfpr.] ber ^Ippeflnnt. 2, 
bcr Kliigcr. 3. ber 9lu5forberer, 5?craii«for> 
berer (jiim 3iyfif«i"Pf). 4. [Kirdjg.] bcr 
^Ippefliint. (pednt; 'iJlngefdigte, SBcflngte. 

Appellate, appei'iAte, «. ber 9Ip: 

Appellate, adj. (5fed)tafpr.] -ju- 
risdiction; -judges, bie SIppcKntion^gc; 
ri(^r«bnrfeit; ber 91ppc[lntiDn6ri£<)ter (in ben 
aUercinigten giorbnin. ©tnnten). 

Appellation, appllla'shun, «. 1. 
bet iJiiiine, bie SJenennung. 2. t (fiir Ap- 
peal) bie 9lpper(atipn. Spenser. 

Appellative, appel'lativ, adj. t'u 
net ganicn OJattuiig genicin. - name, bcr 
03atfiing#natne. [nnine, bn« aippcflntiuinii. 

Appellative, «. ber 0)nttungi<: 

Appelllttively,apperiativle,a(it). 
a\& (>Jnrriingf)uprt. 

Appellatory, appd'latune, adj. 
eine Slppcfliition ent^nltenb. - libel, bic 
>]lppeflntit>nSfrf)rifr. 

Appellee, Sppeil^', «. l. ber (^)cg; 
ner be« 9Ippc(Innten, SlppcKnt 2. ber 9ln: 
gcflagtc. Blackstose. 3. ttv .5>crini*ge-. 
forberte. 

Appellor, appli'lur, a. f I. ber 
9Ippcf(ant. 2, ber Jvhiger. 3. ber $crnu5: 
forbcrer. 

Append, append', i\at. appendere) 
0. a. (to) 1. ^lingcn, nnljaiigen (nn), niif: 
Ijiingcn. 2. (eiiier ©nc^)e) beifi'igcn , niit Qi-. 
iun« I'creinigen. Jokwson. 

Appenilaqre, appln'daje, s. 1. 
ber 9lnl)nng, bn6 Slnijnngfel; bie 3iign''c, 
^■ii(gc. 2. [aSot.) ber Cnppcn, gliigcl. 3. 
[&>erlb.] bie (fnben brr l()icre. 

Appeudance, appcn'danse.^ 4. t 

Appeniience, appen'dense.^ baij 
3ubcl)or, ^pcr^ine^J|^liff. ^ Bp. Ham.. 

Appendant, appen'dant, adj. I. 
bnrniiljnngcnb, bnmit ocrbnnben. 2. [3{ed)t!5; 
fpr.l bnjii gc()orcnb; (to) gcfjiJrcnb (jn). 

Appendant, *. f. Appendage. 

Appendicate, appcn'dekate, 11. 
a. * beirVigen, nii()aiinfn. Hai.e. 

Appendication, applndcka'- 
slii'in. *. <■ bic -Jjcifiigiing, 5In()niigiiiig; biu- 
3tibcl)L>r. Hai.e. ['21iil)nngKl. 

AppendicI*^, appcn'dckl. s. biia 

Appendix, appcn'diks, pi. appe ii- 
dixes. (iiu.)*. 1. bcr-Jliihniig, bn^^liiii.itig: 
fcl. 2. UM' 3iibrl)t>r. 3. bcr S'lrni) <}ii cmcm 



APP 

93ucf)e), bie SBeitnge. 4. bcr llinfinnb; pi. bie 
llinfimibe. [cevoir) ». «. « begreifen. 

Apperceive, appcrseve', (fr. aper- 

Apperception , appersep'shiin, 
(I. ad u. perceptio) s. bai5 <Scl('|T('rani(3trein. 

Apperil, appC-r-ii. «. f Me (55cfn^r. 

Appertain, appiirtane', (Int. ad u. 
pertineo; fr. appartenir) u.if. (to) juijctj&rcn, 
jii|lc()cn, gebiif)ren. 

Appertainnient , applrtAne'- 
ment, t. bn63»bcl)i:>r, bie03ered)rfatiie, Jfrei* 
^eitc". Shak, 

Appertenence, applr'tenlnse, 
». 1. ia& 3ngc()iir, bic 3ii(nge. 2. pi. bie 
G-iiigciueibe, bn« Qittxok. 3. - s of a body, 
bie (S-igciifc^nfrcn cinci jfiirpci-ij. 

Appertinent, appcr'tenlnt. adj. 
Jiigcl)&rig, gelj&rig, juitiinbig. Shak. 

Appertinent, s. * bm'; 3ngcl)5r. 

Appetence, appeicuMe.^ ((. np- 

Appetency, ap'pcten»e,^ pctere; 
nngelf. bidan) *. 1. bni finnlid,c SBcrlnngen, 
bie fleifd)(ic^e guff, ber (?3cfd)fcd)tdtricb. 2, 
ber 9?ntiirrtie6, Omliiift, bie >}Inlnge; SSei 
gierbe, bn« SSege^ren, Qddixit. 3. [^f)i)f.] tc.6 
©treben, 9Inn:reben. 4. [$(;i)ui)r.l a) bie9lu«i 
fonberung u- ©infaiigiiiig (I'.Si'ifrcn). b) tai 
©trcben (for, nnd)); bie (5-nipfnngIirf)feit, 
©mpfinbiiitfeit. Darwin. [gicrig. Buck. 

Appetent, ap'pctint, adj. filficrn, 

Appeiibility, appeticbil'eic. (niict* 
A p ' p e t i b I e n e 8 s) s. bie 21nnel)nilid)fcit, 
SSrgc()r(td)fei*-, ta& aiiijilglic^e. 

Appetible, ap'pctebl, adj. teijenB, 
bcgefjrnngs-tuertf), nngencf)iii,nn,ji'ig(irf), miin> 
rd)en5iuert(). 

Appetite, ap'pciite, (I. appetitus) 
». 1. ber Slppctit, bie G'ljriiit, bcr hunger. 2. 
bie finnlic^e 93egierbc, "ycgicrbe nnd) finnli. 
djem Ob. gcifiigcni Q>)tn\\^t\ (to, for, of) bie 
^cgicrbc, ta6 ©ed'ifi 'nnrfji. 3. bic33egicrbe, 
bcr SEunfc^. 4. (bcr gcn)iinfd)re®egenfinnb) 
bcr 20i:nfd). Swirr. [fcin. 

To be given to -, bcni ffrcffcn ergcben 

Prov. A good — needs no sauce, .^iiu» 
get ifl ber befie jRorf). 

Appetition, Ippetlsh'un, «. f bie 
23cgicrbe, bn^ 9JcrInngcn. 

Appetitive, ap'pjtet'v, adj. begc^t 
renb. - power ob. faculty, ba5 a3egc()rung«« 
ocrniogcn. 

Applaud, applawd', ((. applaudere; 
10. bloeziaw; blo^est) v. a. 1. 93eifn(I flnt« 
rd)cn (Gineni), C-iiicn beflntfd)cn. 2. (im 
ildgeni.) loben, bidigen, prcifcn. Pope. 

Applauder, appiaw'dur, «. bcr 
Srbprcifcr; (5'iner, bcr 23eifn(l flntfd>t, bet 
«eflntfrf)er. 

Applause, appliw/.', ((at. applan- 
sus) *. I. ba« 3iiflntfitcM, 25cflntfd)cn. 2. t 
bai 2i:b ; ber 95rifiiri. 

Applausive, appiaw'ziv, adj. be> 
flat|'d)ciib, lobcnb, prcifcnb. -song, bet 
Cobgcfniig. Jonson. [bilCcn. Marshai. 

Apple, ap'pl, V. a. luic cincn 9(pfei 

Apple, ap'pl, (niigclf. appi, appil; 
ban. aeble; fd)tU. aplc; ir. aiilial; lU. aval; 
nrin. aval; niiT. iabloko) .». 1. brr 9lpi'cl. 
2. l^JJnnr.l - ob. - of the i-yc. bcr-Jliigiipf'el- 

Apple of love, bcr I'lcbcinipfcl, (4)olb(ii'fcl. 

Apple-core, brr (>irt'l>i: , biU' '.'Ipfi'ls 
I)iiii0i1)0ii. --co Id, bcr ■JlpiVirird)cr.. -- 



J 8 V»U\ f'r, fall. fnf. Me, nief. Fine, fin. N6, move, nor, got, o?!. cloOd. Tt'ihe, u\h. fnll. (/,in, THis. 



AFP 

graft, fca^' $ropfrf ii? iHMii 9(pfct6ainue. Ap- 
ple-harvest, Sieaipfed'inite. --jolin, ber 
5o()anni^- -- , ^nriibiefr-npfet; p'. fine 3trt P5c; 
bArf. --loft, Me ^Ipfelfiimnicr, Ot'ilfnm; 
mer. —-monger, Per 9lpfelI)iinMcr. — - 
paring, bie 9Jpfc(fff)a(e. - pie,tiic9(p= 
felpailete. --roaster, bng ^Kpfclfclcd). 
— -sauce, bie-2Ipfelbn'i()e. —-squire, ber 
9lepfcflefer, (niiirifrfje JrniiEnFi'Cf^t. --tart, 
bie 9IpfeItorte. — thorn, [a3ot.] berSterf); 
apfei. --tree, ber2(pfe(f>niim. — woman. 
bie 2Ipr'clf)nnb(crinn. —-yard, ber 3tpfc(= 
gnrten, Dt'ftn'i'^f^"- t^*""- f. A p p 1 i c a b I e. 

Appliable, appil'abi, adv. anwtwi' 

.Appliance f appli'anse. *. * 1. bie 
Slnmenbiing. 2, bnS Qliifleiuanbte; ipi'ilffi: 
inittel. Shak. 

Applicability, applckabiTcic, ^ 

Applical»leness,ap'pickab!nus.^ 
s. bie 31im'enD('nrfeit. 

Applicable ; .^p'plcUabl, adj. an-. 
roeubbiir (to, nuf). - arfw. Ap'plicabi y, =. 

Applicant, ap'plckant, «. ber Sc: 
luerber, 'i3itt|le(ler. Z. Swu-t. 

Applicate, ap'plckate, «. [©cplll.] 
bie Ireiiininnslinie, Drbinate. Encvc. 

Applicate, v. a. f anivenbeii. 

Application, applcka'shiln, (Ult. 
applicatio) *. I. [Gl)ir.] bie aiiiftenuini, 2In: 
legimn (enveif^cnber "Wittet 20. 2. [0'f)ir.] 
ber 95crbanb. 3. taS Cs3eriirf), ^ie *2Infuc^uiu-!, 
$lMtre, bii6 3iiifucf)eii, bie Scruienbiiiifi, 'iu'; 
iiier6iiiin- 4. bie Slinueiibiiiifi, ber ©ebraiirf) 
(piMi OJfirrclii). 5. bai> ipiiifstiiittet, niiiic: 
mnnbre •OKittci. 6. bie 'iliifmerfranifcit do. 
aiif). 7. ber ^'H-'i?- f'ic PSeiileJaiiilreiigiiiiii. 
8. bie 2Iiiu'eiibiiii<], 3'iiii^iinn'cn'^iiiin. 9. 
[Tfjcof.] bie 3iiei(iiin<i(ber23erbienile(Fl)ri)li). 
7. Had his — been equal to his t'leiits. 
his progress might have been gipa- 
ter. J. ,;ay. 

To make — to rb. to make one's — to.., 
fid) meilbCII nn &incil. To make a constant 
-to any one, (S-ineni 6e|lanbin ben .v>of 
mnd)en. Upon the — of . . ., nuf *3lnriirf)eii 
^etUiltlbi. To injure the liealth by — to 
study, biirrf) niifialtenbe^ ©tubireii fciue &e- 
funbl)eit iinrerflrafcen. 

Applicative, ap'plekativ, adj. an-- 
roenbenb, oii^iK'ciib, pniftifrf). Bramhai.l. 
Applicatory, ap'plckaturre, adj. 
nii^i'ibeitb, nmvenbciib, tl}a!\(\. [itrafr. 

Applicatory, s. bie oniuenfcenf'c 
Applier, appil'ur, *. ber, iueld)er 
aniucnbet ;r. [Application. 

Appliment, appli'ment, «. f. f. 
Apply, apll', (lat. applicare; fr. ap 
pliqner; fpail. aplicar; w. plegy; C^r. pleko; 
au<iC[]'. plegan. plegiali) «.«. (to) 1. ailfleni'", 
aulencn; (encn (nn),le!ieii, niifrmflen, triiincn 
(nuf). 2. netnMiirf)i'ii , iiniueiibeii, I'crmenben 
(ju). 3. nnnicubeu (cine SrcKe eiuc5 ©cljrifr; 
(lefler* 2c. niip ; niipnijen, nu6rinncii. 4. (beii 
&ei\1) rid)rcn, iveubcn, l)cftrM (nufi. 5. 
xid>ten (eine 23irtrrf)rifr 3f. nn). 6. « 6cfd)af: 
tigcn, nntlreufien, nul}alteii ; nuf (JtiunS luir; 
fen. f. Ply- 
Nestor shall — thy latest words, ^leilL^r 
irirb jii bc'meii SSjorrou riiiine 'oemcrfuiiuru 
lliad)eil. SiiAK. To — one"s mind to sMidy. 
flfiglil illlbirru. To — one's self to any one 
for help, (Jiiud uui .^iilfe rturpred)i'ii. To - 



AFP 

one's self to . , fid) ("cfleifjinen ciiier ©nrfte, 
fid) (egen nuf... To apply one's self to the 
study (of) ftc^ belli Snibiutii (eiuer ituui't) 
I'libmen. To — one's self 10 a lawyer for 
advice, fid) bei cineiii 3{ed)t^geli-hrten D{nrf)« 
erl)t><eii. 

Apply, r. «. I. (to) fid) nniuenbeii 
tnffen (nuf), pnfTeii (iu), (einer ®iid)e) niige; 
nicffen ob. fleiiing fein. 2. (to) fid) ivenben 
(nil); nnd)fiic^eti (bei), (for, uni Grivnij). 

3. (to) (5-iiil;nlt t()un, teifiMutuen (einer @nd)e). 

1. This argument applies well to the 

case. Webster. 

2. To — to tlie President for an office. 

Wehster. 

Appoint, appoint', (fr. appolnter: 
fpnn. apuntar) v. a. I. beitiiuiiieu, feilfe^en, 
nufetjeii. 2. eriieiineii, beileflen f23eniiite). 3. 
nniucifen; jiimeifeu. 4. iiernt'tubeii (eineii 
Drt, eiiieSeit 2c.); nn6ernuiiien (ciiien ing). 
5. II 6efel;leii, uerorbucii, ULin'djrcK'rii. 6. ein; 
rid)ren, rii|leii, nu5rii|leii, in ©tnnb feijen. 
7. 6rfd)ciben (^emnnb), bcfli'tlen. 

To - one to a place, Giuen Jil cineni 
finite ertiennen. 1 appointed to meet 
him to day, id) l)i\be nuf f;eute eine 3nf<i'" = 
meiifiinft iiiit il)'n pernbrebet. 

Appoint, V. ». fid) ent|'d)[ie6en , be-- 
fd)lic^en, eiucii 23crd)(ii5 fiiffen. 

Appointable) appoint'abl. adj. 
nii|li'(Unr, (ulmi !lic-ninten). rEUERAiisi. 

Appointee, appo'nte', «. I. ber 
'llnneiTeflre. 2. eiii l;ol;er befolbeter SolCnt, 
cyefreitcr. 

Appointed, Ippom'ted. adj. au^-. 
gernilet, giriiilet. Well -, \wi)i gcfleibet, 
in gnteiii Stnnbe. 

Appointer, appoin'ulr, «. ber, 
iDC(d)er iinorbnet, fciTfe^t, 6e|1iimiit, nnileHr. 

Appointment, appoint'ineut. s. 

1. bie 93et1f(lung, (Jrncnnuiig (i>.33cnniren). 

2. bie 25ernbrebiing, ber SJerfileid), bie ge: 
trofTcre 9l&rebe. 3. ber 25tH'fd)hin, 9Jntrng. 

4. ber 93erd)luj5; bic SSerorbnung, 25Lirf(f)rifr, 
53e(limmung, ber !8cfel)(. 5. bie -}(norPnunn, 
iSeflimniung, Scilfe^iing. 6. bie -JlUi'riiflung 
(einer 5'"^^^/ 9Irniec); (5'inrid)rnng, 3"rn= 
tlnng; ivkibuug, ber 91njiig. '3hif}iig. 7. bie 
a?e|'Dlbung, ber &ei)nlt, in6 girnni. 8. bie 
^Unitnlten, '^Jiiifjregcln , 9liUH-biiung. 9. bni 
95crnind)tni6 jii niilben S'uerfen 11. bie 3lrr, 
luie foIdjcS gi'iltig l)iiiter(nfien luerben fniin. 

To make an —, cinnuber [u'llelleii , fid) 
pernOreben. To make an — to meet at six 
o'clock, einnnber nuf |'ed)S Ulir triletlen. To 
fail in one's -, fid) fciueni SSerfprfc^en jus 
miber nic^t einftnben. 

Apporter, appcSr'tur, (iat. portare) 
». t bn 25ci6rinocr, Gintv, ber ©tipn« in 
bn5 Snub bringt. 

Apportion, appore'shmi, ((at. ad 
u. portio) 0. a. perl)nltni(5iiui|jig pcrtljcilcn, 
nOmeffen (bie 3eit 20, jutljeilen. 

Apportioner, appore'shunur, s. 
ber, iueld)er pcrljnltni^mnfjig I'ertfjciir, nbmipt. 

Apportionment, aj)pore'shi'in- 

ment, ». bie pcrl)nltni(}iiiiipigc SScrtljeilung 
Pb. 3ntl)CiIung. Hamilton. 

AppOiVe, appoze', (I. appouere) o.a. 
1. G-uieni Jyrngeii i.<iir„in, (linen unrerfu; 
d)eii, frngenb priifeii, i'rrl)i:>reii , erflniiiuren. 
liAcoN. f. Pose. 2. nnirgen, niiflegeii. 



AFP 

Harvey. 3. (infilgen, perbtnben. . . 

Appo-ser, appose' lir. s. 1. ber^rS" 

fer. 2. (engl. Court of Exclu-quer) t.T 
(5-):nniinntor 

Apposite, ap'po/.it, adj. filglicft, 
fd)idiid); (to) pnifcnb (ju), getii,ig, nngemefs 
fen (einer ©ncf)e). - adv. Ap'positely, 
fiiglid), gemiifj. 

AppOSiteiieR.«>, ap'po/.itnes. «. bif 
S(f)irfiid)fcir, 91n,icniei7eiil;cit, J-i'igiidjfeit. 

Apposi(i<»n, .^pp('i/.isli'iin. s. I. bie 
SSeifiigiing, ter Snf'i'.!, Jiclf.K). 2. (^^l;i)f.] 
bie 3lnl)nufung , ainfci^iing (b. Jtorprr). 3. 
[©rnmm.l bai "Beifn^iuort, bie Slppofition. 

Appraise, appiaze', (int. ad u. 
pretium, fr. appre'cier) v. a. 1. tnyireu, 
nnfd)rngcti, fd)ai>eii. 2. 1 iviirbigen. 

Apprai.sement, appraze'mint, 
s. I. bie ioriition, ©d)n(;unn. 2. i bie 2i3iir> 
bigiing. 3. ber tnrirte iGertlj. 

Appraist^r, appra'/.ur, «. bet 
Xnjrntiir, <Sd)ai)(v. f. Apprizer. 

Appreciable, appic'slieabi, adj. 
\d)ni)bnt , einer ©d>nl;uiig, 2J3iirbigiin!j 
fdl)ig, bered)enbnr. 

Appreciate, appre'sheate, v. a. 
1. fd)n(;en, nnfd)lnflen , iinirbigen. 2. beu 
5iBertl; einer <B^d)e erl;i3ijen 06. ileigerii. 

Appreciate, v. n. ini "iiSfrrlje \\tu 
gen, nn 'iCcrti) jnneljinen. Weusteu. 

Appreciation, appieKlieaslain, 
*. 1. bie ©d)iii^nngi 'IGiirbigtinn, 2Gerfl;» 
fd)n(5ung. 2. bie 3nniif)nie nn -lijertl;. 

Apprehend, appieiiend', (int. ap. 
preheiulere; nngelf hendan, lientan> o. a. 
l.greifen,nngreifen, nnfnfTen, fnijen. 2. itgrei. 
fen, pcrljnfren, gefiinglii-|) eiiijiefirn. 3. bfgrei« 
fen, fn(Ten, cinfeljen. 4. giniit'eti, ben.'^cii, b.i» 
furl;nltcii. 3. fiirc^ten, 6efiird)ren, befcrgen. 

3. 1 — not why so many and various \»v.s 

are given. Mii.ton. 

4. Notwithstanding this declaration, we 

do not — that we are giiilly of pre- 
sumption. Emcvc. Art. Metai'iivsics. 

Appreltender, appieiieudiir, «. 
ber, n)eld)er ergreifr, nngreift, begrcifr, bit 
fprgt, bnfiirfjtilt. [adj. bcgreifiid), fnfilid). 
Apprehensible, appieiien'>.cbi, 
Apprehension, appreiien'sinin, 
*. 1. bie 3lnfniTiiiin, ilngreifuug, ber (ijriff, 
gnng. 2. bie ©rgrcifung, 95crl;nffung, Giiu 
jiei)iing (eiiies 93ert'red)eri<). 3. bie 25or|1eI« 
lungs^frnft, gnjJungiJfrnfr; SJeilnnung. 4. 
ber (nnpollfpnimenc) 2}cgriff, bie Sorilels 
lung (i'.®ott 20. 5. bie 'J^einung, '•Jlnrid)t. 
6. bie gurd)t, SSeforgnifj. 7. ber 25crbnd)r, 
3lrgmLi|)n. [Webster. 

5. in our — the pacts prove the issue. 

C. Claudius was in no small — for Ills 
own life. Addison. . 

ftuic'ik of — , fc^nefl fnffenb pb. begrcifenb. 
According to my -, fp luie id) luir bie ®n» 
d)e POrflefle. To be under great - s, in 3rP» 
0cr 5urd)t f(f)meben. Dull of -, fc^iuer pD. 
Mngfain begreifenb ob. fnfTenb. 

Apprehensive, apprehln'siv, 
adj. 1. \d)\\t{{ fniTcnb, leid)t begreifenb. 2. 
juni fd)ue(len 23egreifen fal)ig , niit (S)ei|l btt 
gnbr. Shak. 3. 5 (of ) fnrd)tfiiui , befrr(;t 
(lurgeii). 4. f fuljlenb, enipnnb>'niii. Mii.xon. 

Tohe-of, 1. befiird)rep ((Sriun^), fiird)reii. 
2. (ftiurtS inerfciir ffiblen, I'uiiiciu ciupftnben 



FnJp. f,'r. lall. fat. .Mi. moJ. Fin*-, ffn. N6, move. nAr. got, 6il. (160(1. Tiiftp. InS. !nll. l//in. THis. 49 



AppreltenAively, apprchln'- 
•ivlc. into. I. I'nljffl. 2. riir(t)tfnui. 3. tnit 

ApprulienMivenesx, apprehen'- 
•iviies. *. i. 6er i£rt)iirnniii, 5af)iflfeit lei(f)t 
)ii bcfirtifen. i. ^if 6nu'nii6ramfeit , G-iii: 
Vi1ll^f)arfeit. 3. 6ie Jiir^ti'amfi'it, 2?ei'orgiii^, 
•Ueiia'lli(f)feit. 

Apprentice, apprln'tl«, (fr. np 
preuiij «. I. tet £el)riun<if, £e()rfrurr(l?e, 
£r^r(tii(). 2. [alt. fRe<t)t] t>tt nngcheiite 
9icd)t6(ieUI)rte. Blackstohe 

Apprentice, e. a. in Die £(-l;re 
tljuM o^. <ift>fii. 

Apprenticeiiood, appren'tlt- 
hud, s. t ^ie l'fl)rliM<i('d>afr. Shah. 

Apprt^nticeHlllPf apprenMinsliip. 
< 1. Die Cfl)rjiil)rf, Pel^rjeit. "2. Die ^ctjre. 

AppreutiM<t|;'e, appreu'lisirje, (fr. 
SD3.) * t Dif £'rl)rjeir. i.'el)rf. Bacon 

Appre!«t, appre«(', (ad ii. pressed) 
ailj. lijotj jiirnmmeiiflcDrnnflt (iinlje nm 
(Biitl Mt(\e\\t'). 

Apprise, apprUe', (fr. p. p. appii«) 
c. n. of) t<iu.i(^rii1)tigen, iiiiterri({)tcii, in 
iiciiiitiiif! fflKii (uoii;, ttlefjrcii. 

Apprize, apprize', vfr. «ppn?cier) 
(fleiwoljiil. iipprniie (\e[(l)V.) v. a. (I'OII Otriq: 
fritf mrn^ii) aniitutocn, tarirrn, f(l)oi)t>* 
(®niiit)1u(ff ic.) 

Apprizf*ill«^n(, appiixe'ment, < 

1. bit (i<ffeiitli(^() larnriinn, @d><ii)iiM(i- ^■ 
bit 2'(h<it}\tn<\, Dtr *2liir(l)lii(i l^r^ Drdimnire, 
fijrtrte *!J3irth). |um Otn »Jlin(^lii<j fdiiirn. 

Tn purcliase an article at llie -, (Ftiua^ 

Apprizer, apprltur. *. rnr ©(fjii^nr, 

Inmri^r. Ifcitinlje) inririiiifl, Iflratimi. 

Apprizinf^, appij'/inf;. <. Ditdibrio: 

Appruncll, ajiprotsh', (I. proxiniiis ; 

fr. iipproclicr) r. n. 1. fi(() niil)trii , nat}t: 

tvmmen, ftd^ iiiit)cii, l}rraniial)eii, m^hrr fiMn: 

nieii. 'i. i ■•» fid) natfaa. I) (to) nnf^rfoni: 

mm (eiiier Siic^f), G-tii>n6 tnti(t)tn. c) (lu) 

'{Uf)nli(t)rcit l)ii()cn (uiiO. 3. |l ftd) nitt)txn 

(OJi'K). 4. II (Id) nnl)erii (jleif(t)lirt)), )U »l;un 

^iiftcii niit riiicnt ^eitye. 

i. b) \V. approached to tlie character 

of the alilcxt ttatetnian. Werster. 

Approncii, p. a. l. dincin iitif)i-rn, 

rtitn.il)ern, iiiil)e \>b. ni\t)tt bTin([tn. 2. i er: 

rrii1)eit. 3. <fli;i|"d)lii^) ju tl)iiii l)rtbcn (mit). 

4. (i>L'rtif.| ohfoiKien, nbfauntlii. 

Approucli, s. 1. Die 'itnnA^minn. 
ba6 ^erniiMiiheii, ^2tiirii(fftt ibts ^i^int'C^ ic). 

2. (to) OiT S'lfl'iiifl. Siitritt (jii iioninfii JO- 
Baco?i. 3. i bn trUt ^er]u<t). 4. ber (frintx 
lirt>e) 'Jiiifitd; Siilnuf. 5. (itricfliSbf.l «.p?. Die 
ifliiiin()crunnciurtfe , 9liinrtl)eriiU(i5flrnt'cn , 
CiiiifiirAbtii. [adj. jii(5iiui]ii(^ , erreid)tMr. 

Appriiaclinble , appr('>t&h'abi. 

Appronciier, appr^'tshur, «. brr 
9inl)fiiDe. [uiijunritinlid). 

Appr<»MCille!>(JI, apprutsh'Ies. adj. 

Appruncilinent, approtsh'nient. 
#. t6ie*Jlnnal)cniii(). ((irbilligr. Elvot. 

Approbate, ap'pr<!tbAle, (tut.) ndj 

Approbate, o. «. tiRivNiiii.] bil' 
lijjeii, jifiifhinifleii. 

Approbation, apprnhi'ahun, (f.) 
t. t. Me 3)1(11(11111(1, «em'()miiiiiit«i, 0>iuti)eu 
&un(i(eiiier5ii(t)ei, 3ii|limnnina <jii (PnunS). 
'i. Dte 0)euet)tiii()iiii<) (Drii(fiTUiubnti)). 3. 

Luyl. ■ deuttcU. iViirUrbuch. L 



APP 

bie 93efrnfttgung , bn 95emei« , Die ^e()niip: 
tunfl, ©tilrie. 4. ber ^eifiirt; (5}ctflHen iin 
©tmaS. 5. bie ^Tooiiititiiprtifiiniv Shak. 

Approbative, ap'piubatlv. ad}. 
biflinenb, fliitljcieenb. Mii.ner. 

Approbatory, ap'probaturre. iidj. 
bifliflcnb , flntf)eigeiib. Ash. Scott. 

Approinpt, appronit', adj. -[- f. 
Prompt. Bacox. 

Approof, approof, a. f Die fflend): 
tniflung, ©ifliijung, ©enel)ml;(»(tun(i , ber 
!»eifn[|. SuAK. 

Approperate, apprn'plrke, (Ult. 
npproperitre) u. a. f ber(f)lciiiii(ien, fi^rbfrn. 

Appropinquate , appropin' 
kwaie. (lilt.) e. n. f jlcf) Mii()frn, |1d) unljcn- 

Appropinqiiation, appi<'>piii 
kwa'sliuii, *. t bie 9lnniil)erniiii. Hale- 

Appropiuque, approplnk'. i'. n 
t fid) iiiif)frn , (i(<) iinf)rn. Hcdibras. 

Approportioned , appmpoi'- 
«hund, adj. L>erl)iilrnii}ni(ipi(i, piiffenb, (\\u\c-- 
meffen. [<iiiireiiinftiiii'rbenfoum'iib. Brown 

A ppropriabie, appi o'p< caiil, adj 

Appropriate, appro'pieAte, (fr. 
approprier) i'. a. I. (for u. 'o) betlinillien, 
wibmcn (ju). 2. jiicinneii, jufdireiben. .3. fid) 
jueiflnen. 4. (to) I'erbinben i<J?iiin?n niit l^c: 
(iriffen). Locke. 5. [Sirc()t.] i'erniij5erii, ilbtr; 
trnoen (eiiie i]pfriiiibe). 
3. Let no man — the D»e of a common 
benefit. Weiister. 

To- to one's self, fid) jueigiieii, fid) 
liifd)reibcii. 

Appropriate, adj. I. ei^en, rini'n= 
ff)i'iniiid) ((ifiuibiiift). 2. (»n(ifiiiefTen, piiffcnb, 
biciilid). - ». biee'iflentl)i"nnlid)feir, (S-i,ii'nl)clr. 

Appropriateness, appio'pie 
iienes, ». bie liliKifnieffeiiljeit. 

Appropriation, appi^pr^&'shun. 
». 1. bie aimvenbiinn (to, jii, ouf). 2. bie 
SIiipniTiiiifl. 3. bie 5)cilinnniiiin ber beiVnbcrii 
53ebciituna etne« <S3i'rt«. 4. bie Siioinniiiifi, 
bfl«®id)!3uei(iiienetiier@nd)e. 5. !9{fd)t«(Vr.l 
bieUebertrrtflinifleiner^$irinibe. Bt.AfKsTo>E 

Appropriations pi. bie 95ern>cMbiiii(i 
berStnntfieinflillfre. He makes it a great - 
to his good paits, + er bilber fid) nid)t u'C; 
nig lUif feint Inlente ein. 

Approprlator, appr('i'prci(ur. «. 
I. ber, iueld)er beflinimt, jiteiflnet. 2. ber 
Sefitjft finer oernu&erten , riberrrnnc"?" 
«J5frunbf. Btacksto^e. 

Approprletary, appro'preatare. 
». ein ben G^rtrag einer ^^Jfriiiibe befi(^fn^er 
Ofije, Spei.man. 

Approvable, approo'vabl,a((/. bei: 
fflflfu'ilrblfl , iJblirf). TEMprE. 

Approval, approo'val, a. bie 58tl: 
ligung , ber SJeifofl. ^^ [»i((ignng. 

Approvance, Spproo'vanse. *.bie 

Approve, approov', (fr. approuver; 
(Int. approbare) p. a. (of n. oljne of) l.(fn 
mat, bifligen, genef)migcn, gurf)ei0cn; C^incm 
feinen 93eifn(( gcben pb. rd)cnfen. 2. f beiuei: 
fen, b(irf()iin, jeigen; befl(Utgen. Mh.ton. 
3. t beipftljren , erprpben , priifen. Shak. 4. 
|3{ed)t^rpr.] i>crbfiTern (ein (yriinbrtfirf). 5. 
+ i'friiid)en , pri'biren. 

To - one's self to any one, (i(f) 3e< 
ntrtnb5 93cifnfl enverbrn, («4 gegen ^inen 
omjenfljm eriueifen An approved writer, 



APR 

ein anerfrtnnter @(f)rifri1ef[er. 

Approvement, appru('>v'ment, a. 
1. bie (»encl)migi(ng, 23cJiliiiiniiiMg, ^iftir 
gung, ber ajeifafl. 2. [5(cd)f^rpr.) bnS «e.- 
feiiiitnie eine« SSer6rc(^en!< imb fcine 3lngiibe 
ber ^)Wrf(t)!iIbigen , in ber ipoffniiiig, begnn-- 
bigt JU merben. Bi.ackst. 3. bie ajerbcffc< 
rung eineS 05runbflii(fe§. Bi.ackstone. 

Approver, approo'vur, *. 1. ber 
Sifligcr, a5eipfrid)ter. 2. f a) ber i^^nlffr. 
b) ber Sinfriuger, $nibeiimnd)pr. 3. ber 
25er6efferer (eine5 03riinb|lii(fg). 4. [5eed)t*j 
ipr.] ber geflnnbige a3erbrcd)er nub 2Ingebee 
feincr ^)Jiitfd)U(bigcn , f. Approvement. 
5. ber '!)5nd)rer, 2i3irtf)fd)after niif ben t. Bos 
nuinin, itronp.ndjrer. 6. ber 3lnitmnnn, 
©l)rriff, e(inbrid)ter. 1. Edw. 111. c. 8. 

Approximate , approk.s'emat6, 
(Int. atl u. proximiis) adj. nnl)e, gniij na\)t. 

Approximate, a. a. n.il)e brins 
gen, uiiljer bringeii, niil)er riicfen. 

To - the inequality of riches to the level 
of nature. Burke. [fjff, nnhen. 

Approximate, o. n. firf) niil)eni, 

Approximation , appi ok.scma'. 
shun, *. 1. bie i!lnn(il)ernng, D^rifjernng. 2. 
[9lrirl). n. 9l(g.] bie ■!!lnn(il)rriing, -Jlpprori* 
mntiiMt. 3. [■•Web.] a) bie -3^Jittl;cilnng einer 
.ftranf()cit bnrd) 33cri'il)ruiig, itmnfi^cittiiier* 
fefiung. b) bie aSerfe^nngi^ ub. llebfi-iei» 
tungifnr. 

Approximative , apprnk'.s^iMa- 
iiv, udj. niil)ernb, iinniil;eriib, nnljefunu 
mcnb, opproxinintip. En. Esc^c. 

Appulse, appulae', (fnt. appulsus) 
a. I. ber 'Jlnjlod, ©rpj}, bie 9Inihi(}iing. 2. 
|9l|lriMi.l bieiBeriifjning. .3. tieiJliifinifr, £nn! 
bnng. Bryant. l*ani1o@cn, bie ^Bcriiljrung. 

Appill.xion, appul'sliun . a. ba6 

AppiiLsive, appiil'siv, adj. anfios 
fjenb, beriii)rcnb. Med. Rep. 

Appurtenance, appiir'ieiiau>>e, 

*. bn6 Snbeljiir, f. Apperteuence. 

Appurtenant, appiir'tcnant, adj. 
geljorenb (jm, nngcljwenb. Bi ackstone. 

Apricate, ap'prekate, (l. apricari) 
V. n. t fid) fLMinen, fi(^ nn ber ©iMine mars 
men. - o. a. fonnen. 

Apricity, fippns'eto, a. -f ber <Bnu 
nenrd)ein, bie ©onneniu(irme. 

Apricot, i'prekot , [iilte Drtf)iia. 
apricockj (IV). biicyllea; arm. brigesen; 
fr. abricoi) a. bie 9Iprifofe. --tree, ber 
'Jlprifofcubnum. 

April, ^'pril, (I. aprilis; port, avril; 
fp. abrit; ir. abrail; corn, ebril; m. ebrill; 
fr. avril) a. let 21pril. 

.\u —-fool, Pb. — 'sfeol, ber Qlprili 
nnrr. — fool-day, ber erile 'ilpril. Te 
make any one an april-fool, (5-inen in 
ben 9Ipri( rd)itfen. 

Apron, ii'purn, (ir. aprun; a ob. ag 
n. celt, bron, bic ^rufl) a. I. bie ©d)iirit., 
ba6 ©d)nrj|efl. 2. bie fette 93nud)()ant (ciner 
(J)an6). JoHHso!!. 3. [Slrtiderie] ber Derfel, 
bai 5Sied). 4. (>))?iir.) ber Sinneni'critepeii. 
5. bit 5p((infenbettung om ffingnnge einer 
Bode, cine« ^erft«. 6. ber lebcrne Deefel 
(ouf einem fleinen (5)efiil)rtc). 

A p r o n - m a n , ber ipanbmcrfiJmnnn , 
^nnbiuerfer. --string, bn6©d)iir,ien&nnb. 
— stciugUold, [^eubalr.j bai> ^unfeli 

4 



:50 Fatp, ffiP. (Ml fat. M*, met. Fine. fin. NA. mhve. n6r. got, 6il. rl6i'i(l. Ti'ilu-. ti'ih. fnll. (/,in, Tllis. 



APR 

lehcn, SBciterfe^cn. 

Aproned, apumd, ad;. eine©c^)urjc 
trrtfli'iit, !ieid)iirjt. Pope. 

Apropos, ap'ropo. (fr. 2C.) adv. 1. 
flflegen, iu rect)tcr Scit. Warburtow. 2. i 
ei, in I'D. 

Ap!«i-t, ap'sis, (gr. 2G.) p'. apsides. 
« 1. I'JlilnMi.] Ber ilcl)rpiinft, SBeiitepunft, 
Cie «!Ip|'ibe. 2. [9Ircf)it.] bic iBolbiiiig, 3<iiii: 
Ming. 3. tie 3urnminciiiuniing bfr riiitbflB= 
iH'geiieii grigen itiiii Umfi'ci5 ie& dlaix^. 4. 
(.Uird).], a) in (Fijor, ailtiirprn(>. b) biT ©i(j 
pD. Xljron beg 2?ifd)Pf« in niten iUi-djen. c) 
bn6 9{eligiiicnfo|'ld)i'n. 

Apt, apt? (I- apt"*; flf- I'apto; niigclK 
liaep) adj. 1. tniiglid), pniTcnb |'>3)ler>^pf)l't•!^'•>• 
2. (for) fahig, tiii^tig, gcrd)irft, tniigiid) (jii). 
3. (to)gcncigt(ju). 4. iEbl;nft, fd)ncn,tfrrifl. 5. 
(ciner (B<»i)e) nu^geiV^t ob. unteriuorfeii, ein 
Ctrcbea, cine Xpiibeiij ijnbeiib (o. BingfiD; 
to be -, pPfgen. [Webster. 

3. Men are too apt to slander others. 

5. Wlicat on moist land is - to bla.st or 
be winter -killed. Webster. 

- to be merry, lU|lig. - to forgive, norf): 
firfjtSi'pfl. - to break, jer('rrd)lid). - '° •'*'^*' 
fire, feiierfangenb. - fo he drunk, jiim 
JrUllfe geueigt. Meat - to make any one 
sick, cine ©pcife, bie (5-incn fninf ntnd)eii 
fnnii, ©peife, bie G-ineii lfid)t frnitf iiiiid)t, 
fine ©pcife, uni ©iiu'ii frniif ju nuidjeu. To 
be -, gem tl;iiii, grncigt feiii. 

Apt, ( ap'taie, v. a. f 1. oiipnffen. 

Aptate,^ '^. jiifcercifen, porberciteu, 
grfd)irft, tild)tig, eiupfiinglid) tnad)eii. 

Aptable, ap'tSbl, ot(/. -|- nngcpnpt 
ivcrbcn f5nnenb. Sherwood. 

Apter, ap'tur, (gr. a priv. u. pteron) 
pi- Aptera, *. l6-iiriMii.] bai ungcpi'igcUe 
On left. 

Apteral, ap'tural, adj. iingeflilgelt. 

Aptitude, ap'teiitde, t. l.bielaiig: 
fid)fEit, $a|;lid)feir. 2. bie &ii()igfeit (*iliila-. 
fleu). 3. bie ^eigung, ®eneigtl)eit, bcr ipniig. 

Aptly, apt'Ie. adv. 1. nngciiie(|eii, 
mtffenb. 2. rid)tig, fiiglit^, mit 3v\'d)t. 3. 
fd)ne(l , fertig. 

Aptness, apt'nls. «. I. bie Iniiglic^: 
ff it, 'iprtMlidjfcit,. *Jlngcnie(yculif it (cine6Ding&). 
2. bcr ipang, bit gieigiing, 0)cncigtl)cit. 3. bie 
g-al)igfcit, grrrigfeit, 0)cra)irflid)feit. 4. bie 
Iciibenj, b<\& ©trebeii (u. Bingen k.) 

4. Tlie - of iron to rust, bic £eid)tigfeit, 
nuMiiit trni (S-ifcn rotlet. 

Aptote, ap'l/jte, (gr. n priv. u. ptosis) 
a. [(iJramni.] bo6 uiiabiiiiberlic^e, iiibefliiiable 
3iciiiiiiiprt. 

Apyrexy, ap'crlksc, (gr.) «• bie 
JJic&erlofigf eit , bai ahi|l;i!iren beg ^'''''f'^*- 

Apyrous, aperiis,(gr.) arfj. [G^ijem.] 
feucrfc|l, unbrennlinr. 

Aqua, a'kwa, (Int. aqua; fp. agua; 
orm.eagui; gtirf). ali«a; nngcli". ea; fr. eau; 
teal, gwy Pb. aw) *. (Gljoni.) bng 2Cii(Ter. 

Aqua-fortis, (illte (Sljeni.) = nitric 
acid, bng ®d)ciben)niTer. --marina, [Wi: 
nrrnlg.) ber 9liiiinnmrin , ^eryfl. - miia- 
bilis, bnS iUiunbenunffer. --regia, (nite 
Gl)fni.] bai .fti^lligf niilffer (je^r nitro-nmrlatic 
acid). — tinta, lJ{iipfir|lrri)erf.l bieSlgiin; 
Imta. --vii.ne. bfr^!Uiiini>it, Sbrniinnitein. 

Aquarians, akwa'reans, «. pi. 



AKA 

[itirtfcg.] bic Slgunricr. 

Aquarius, akwi'reus, (Int. ^.) 
s. l-Jl|1roii.] ber -itnijjerniann. 

Aquatic, akwat'ik.<i(<; S^MifTec 

jimi iijnffcr gcl;6rig; im 2i5o|7er IcbeiiD Ci'ini 
lljicren); im ayoffcr iuad)ieiib (voa i^jloii = 
jen>. (Aquat'ical i|l felteii.) 

Aquatic, a. bag iBn|Tergci»(id)g. 

Aquatile, akkwatll, «<</. bag 2i3nf= 
i"er tjeipoljneiib. Brown. 

Aquatinta, akkwatin'ta, (it.) s. 
lSupfcr)led)erf.] bie aiqunriiun, bag ^i-irb-. 
luaffcr, liirdjtuaffer; bie 2i3a(iettart'tiuirt, 
iu|"d)jeid)nimg, ber iii|'d)fiipiVr|lid). 

Aqueduct, akkwediikt, (Int. aqua 
u. duco) a bie iUafferleiruiig. 

Aqueous, akweus, adj. ivfifferig. 

A(|ueousnesS, akweusncs, a. 
bic iyafitrigfeit. 

Aquila, ak'kwila, ((nt. W.) a. 1. 
[£riiiilj.] bcr ^Jlbler. 2. iai|lvmi.] bcr *ilblcr. 

Aquiline, akwelin, (1. nquilinus) 
udj. ju ciiiem 2tblcr geljijvig; ciiiem 91bler 
nl;iilid), ^ilbler . . .; gebpgcii luie ber *Sd)iiat'cl 
ciiicg 'Jlblerg. - nose, bie 3lblers pD. Spa-- 
l)id)tfiinre. [iJfprbiviiib. 

Aquilon, ak'kwelon, (Int.) a. ber 

Aqitose, akw6»e', adj. n^jjcrig. 

Aquosity, akwos'ete, a. bie )!J6a\-- 
reriijfeit. 

A. n., aibfurjg. UPU Anno regni, 
im ^M)rt ber ^fegicrung; j. Sb. A. R. G. R. 
20, itii 20|leti ^al}ri ber Jicgicruiig beg Kb-. 
iiigg 0)fprg. 

Arabesque, arahlsk', (fr. 213.) a. 
I. Citrdjit.J bie itrabcgfc. 2. + bic nrabifdjc 
©vradje. 3. adj. - Ob. A r a b e s k y. nrnln|"d), 
iind) Slrt bcr ^Jlrnbcr (u. bcr ibnunrt 20. 

Arabian, ara'bean, (id;. arai>ifd). 
— niglits, taiiicub 11. cine 9iad)r (ein ^Minl^r; 
djriiPiic^). - beau, [%^ot.\ bit toijniige. 

Arabian, a. bcr >Jlr.ibcr. 

Arabic, arabik, adj, nrnbiid). -tro 
che.s, bai englitd)e (Uiininii. t©prnd)c. 

Arabic, *. bng*J(ral>ird)e, bic aral)ird>e 

Arabically, arab'ckullc, adt. niit 
nrabi|d)e ^31rt, nrnbiic^. 

ArabisMK, ar'abizm, a. bcr'iUraBign), 
bic ber nrnbi|'d)cii ©pract^e cigcn[l)uiiiiid)e 
3{cbcngnrt. Khcvc. 

Arabist, ar'ablst, a. bcr itciiner bcr 
nrnl)i|d)eii ®prnd)e 11. 1'ltcratiir, airabcr. Enc. 

Arable, ar'abl, (l. arare; gr. aroo; 
ir. araini) adj.. pfliigbnt, nnbaiiiid), ufbar. 

Araby, ar'abe, *. [(ijcpgr.J ^Jlvabicn. 

Araciinoid, aiak'noid, (gr.) a. 1. 
[i!Jnnt.] - ob. - tunic, a) bag ipirnl)iiiit; 
d)cn, ipirnrpinnengeiuebe. b) bie fepmiu'iiive.- 
bcnfjfliit bcg'iliigeg. 2. t9?ntiirg.J ucrilcimrfc 
Spttcnfppfe, |"pinnenfi3rmige ®eegcn)nd)re. C\c. 

Aragron, ar'agon, a. [(^cpgr.J '^Ir^ 
rngpnicM. 

Araig-nee, arinei',) (fr. 2S.) * 

Arraig-n, arrane', ) [Jtricggbf.J bcr 
n|1igc 'Ofincngnng. Bau.ey. [Shak. 

Araise, ara^e', p. «. t f- Raise. 

Arainean, arame'an, adj. ju >21rnni 
gclji^irig; djaibmld) 

Araiikisiii ar'amizm, a. bcr (Il;nl: 
bnigm , bie d)nibni|d)e Dfcbcngnrt. 

Araueous, ara'ueus, (Int. aranea) 
adj. emeni (&«/iuiieiiijciuei)K nl;iilii;^, fpiiui: 



AKB 

i»c6ei)%mig, fpinncnmetcnnrfig, ©pinnt n . . . 

Aration, ara'slmn, *. bng ^jliigcn, 
Slcfcru. 

Aratory, aratnrre.nd/. benSIrferbnji 
bcrrcffcnb. - instruments, bag Qitfergerntf). 

Arbalist, ar'l.ali.st, (Int. arcus iiMB 
balista) s. bic 9lrmbrnft. ®tei:ird)Ieiiber. 

Arbali.ster, arbaiL'tur, a. bn 
airmbni|ird)iitje. ^ speed. 

Arbitctr, Ir'bet.ir, (int.SB.) *. I. bet 
Sd)icbgrid)ter, ®d)iebi-ninnn. 2. ber ^ert, 
(ikbictcr, (iJeiunltljabcr (im 9Illgcnieincn). 

Arbiter, ... a. f ridjrcn. 

Arbitrable, arbeuabl, adj. 1. miff* 
fiiljrltd). 2. entrd)cibbar. [1 rat ion. 

Arbitraj^e, ar'belraje, t f. Arbl- 

Arbitrainent, arl.ittrament. *. 1. 
bie ai3illfiil)r, bcr freie ^JBifJe. 2. ber i"d)ieb«. 
rid)tcrlid)e 9lugrpni(f). Cowei.. [n'idfiiljrlid). 

Arbitrarily, Ir'hclrarcle. ade. 

Arbitrariness, ar'betrarenes. a. 
1. bie ii;iafu()r(id)feit, begpitifdje, tDranni. 
]d)( (Menuilt, llnumi"d)rmiftl;cif. 2. bie2Ciafuf;r. 

Arbitrarious, ari.etia'reus, nilj 

1. luidfiiljriirf). 2. bcgpptif(f). - adv. Arbl- 
tra'riously, n)i(rfii(jrlif^. 

Arbitrary, ar'bctra.e. adj. I. iviff. 

ft'iljriid). 2. cigcnmitlig, cigciifinnig, Ininiird). 

i. bcgppiifd), uniimidjrniift, cigcnmad)tig, 

u>i(lfiil;rlid). 

3. — power is most easily established on 

the ruins of liberty abused to licen, 

tiousness. Washihgiob. 

Arbitrate, Ir'betrate, I), a. nig 
®d)icbgrid)rcr liber ©tiuag eiitrdjcibcn, f(<»li(t>. 
ten (eiiicn ©trcit). 

Arbitrate, v.n. cinrn (£c()iebgfprii(ft 
tl)un, entfd)eibcn, iirrl;cilcn, nbipredjcii. 

Arbitration, arbetra'shrin, a. I. 
bag rd)iebgrid)terlid)e 25erfal)reii , ber fd)iebg« 
rid)rcrlid)c <Bvtu(t}, bic e-iirrd)cibiing. 2. 
[ipanbelj bcr SScrglcid), bag iiprnpromiO. 
- of exchanges, bic 9Sergleid)iing ber per» 
fd)iebencn aEecJjfclfurrc, 2Bcd)ul = >Jlrbitrnge. 
---bond, [9{ed)tgfpr.] bie fipniprpmi^nfte. 
3. bag &utad)ttn, (Sutbeftiibcn, e-rmefTen. 

To pnt a thing to -, Qtwai jll fllltli. 
d)em ©pni(f)e ileUcn. 

Arbitrator, Ir'betratiir, a. 1. bar 
6d)icbgrid)ter, ©d)iebgfreiinb, ©d)icbgmnnii. 

2. ^ ber SpcTt, (Scbieter, (S5eiva(t()abcr, uru 
umrrfirmiftc i>errfd)cr. Addison. Shak. 3? 
ber ©tattljalter, aSorilcljcr. Mii.tom. 

Arbitreinent, arbit'trmlnt, a. I. 
bie fd)icbgrid)tfrli(i)e 6-ntrd)cibiiiig. 2. bie 
(■d)iebgrid)rcrlid)e OJcmnlr, <ll3i(lfiil)r. 3. bcr 
2}crgicid), bng ,<ipmprpmi^. |ri(l>tcrinii. 

Arbitres.s, ar'bctrc.s, *. bie ©d)icbg« 
Arbor, Ir'brir, (un. 2i5.) *. l. bie 
enubc. 2. Onit.J bcr SSnum. 3. [•>JKed>.] ber 
Sl3num (in JiPrbnmcrifn shaft fiir arbor). 

Arbor-vine, [fSlT.] bic SHjinbt. 

Arborator, ar'boratur, a. ©iner, 

bcr'iJiiiimcpflanjtPb. nugpiifu, 25anmgartner. 

Arbor(*ous, aibo'rciis. (nnc^ Ar'- 
borary) nd/. bnnmnljiilid), bniininrtig, jn<a 
a5numc gcljprig, nnf eincm iBnnmc mndjfenb, 
25nuni . . . 

Arborescence, aiborek'slnse. a. 
1. (Winernlg.j bie ^numnrtigfcit. 2. [SBpt] 
bng 23nuiniperbeii. 

Arborescent, arborea'tlnt, adj 



FA(e, far, fSff, fat. M*, mit. Fine. ffn. N6. move, n6r. sjftt. 6il. c!6*id. TAhe, trtb, fnM. tAIn, THis. 51 



ARB 

1. [IBiffenfcf).] baumnrtifl (<JJ?tnrtnfieii ic.) 
J.jiimSflumemerbenfc, ftnuttiartig. Martvu. 

Arboreicent »tarfisili, [5rf)tf)l)0j.] bflf 
<D?r^u|■enhrtupt. 

Arboretf ar'boret. (itarborete)«. I. 
t(i^ -biiuiiif^f n, ter ©traurf), Me Staube. 2. bcr 
tint 35niime!i nnflcpflanite Ort, ©numonrten. 

Arburistf ar'bori^t, *. i.cer 35aiim: 
funtifle. 2. Per 35aiimp(T(injfr, 95num(jnrtner. 

Arborizntion, arbAreza'sliun , «. 
tic 'B«uin! 1)5. Jiriiuterjeidjnimg nuf -JKiiic: 
niiicii, 5er 55iiiim)T<in. 

Arborize^ 5r'bori<e. V. •. 93ntim: 
»t. firiiiitfrjtirt)iiun()i!n niifWiiiernlien bilben. 

ArborOUS, ar'b^ru*, f. Arbo- 
renii*. [Me ©Uiibe. 

jtrbuKcle, ar'buoul, «.t>er@trau(i), 

ArbuHCular, arbu»'kular, ad}. 
(Iniitfimrtia. [©trtubtn beCerft. 

.4rbus<Ive, arbu.'.'t'v, o<y. mit 

Arbustuillf arbii«'tuni,«. bn$@taii: 
beiu Ob. 3)numii'nlt(^en; ber ©nuingarten. 

Arbute^ ir'bute, ((at. arbutus) «. 
[3>L't.J I. bet erbbeerbninn. 2. ber $na= 
flpfMbrtiim. 3. bie SJnretitrnube. 

Arbllteail) arliu'tean, adj. jiitn 
Grbbefrbnunie (jeljDrig. 

Arc* ark, (Int. ar<-u«; fr. arc) «. I. 
f(»)fpiii.j berCogeti, ^dlbjirfel, aibftljnitt, 
bii6 ©fflineut. 2. (afhron.i ber Sogen, *rei« 
(Inn>, 9inrf)tfrei«). 

Arcade, arkide', (ft. SB.) #. [«!lr= 
(ftit. 1 ber ®d)imbbi)()eii : bie SBogeiiileUuiifl, 
JiiJiil&imfl ; ber SSogeiiiiiirifl , bie <Urfnbe. 

Arcady, ar'kid^. «. [O^eogr.j 9IrfAs 
bien. Arca'dian, An-a'dic, adj. nrfn; 
bifcf). -«. Arca'dlci, ber litfl fiiif6 ©U: 
d)e!:- tfi <}5niirnunin8, ^^i yon 'Mrfnbieii Ijonbelt. 

Arcane, arkAne', (int.) edi. t ()e= 
Ijfiiii, I'frl'oriieii. 

Arcanum, ark^'num, ((at. 'ilD.) «• 
be,6 (i)ei)eiiiiiiig ; p'- arcana, -TOi)l^erieii. 

Arc-boutant, arkbuuiaiu', (fr. 
213.) «• 191rd)it.J ber Oiewoll>epfei(er, <£tre(>e; 
pffi(fr. 

Arcll, irt»h, ((.arcu<) «. I. [9ir(f)it.| 
a> ber^oflen, ©(()mibbogen. b) bn« @eiuijlt>e. 
2. ber »oo'» (I'lbfrf).). 3. bn« $inime(*(ie: 
luoife. Shak. 

Triumphal-, bet IrillUipfjbonen. Starry-, 
%, bii6 (£ternen(jcivo(be , ber @tern(jimmc(. 
Middle -, ber i^aupiboflen (eiiier SJriicfe). 
UiKclinrging -, ber jjeniniicrte 0)eiuo(b6oflfii. 
Flat -, eiii ®c)uij((>e iiacf) eineni (jebruffteii 
€rt)iui(>bO(ieil. Court of arches, [eiig(. 
©eirt).] bn« oberflc gcifKirfje (i}eri(^t. 

Arcll, 0. a. i. ivi<ll>eii; uberivo((ieii. 
Arched »hot, [<Mrd)if.l ber 2)ogeiiril)ii#. 
2. (.igeiitormig bilben. (bogeii mii<()cii. Pope. 

Arcll, t>.n. eiii Ci'JeiiH^lbe, eiitcii @(i}ioi(): 

Arch, (it. arcare; beiiti'ct) nrg; l)o((. 
arg ; V<m. arg ; teut. arg ; flr. archos) adj. 
fijirtii, (irfl, (oie, (eirf)t(errjg , imiiljividifl, 
bur(f)tTiebeii, |"rf)rtif()nir , (uflifl. 

Arcll, (gr. archos; ir(. arg, gro@, i<or: 
nel)in) uAj- nrg , grofi , ber grbfjre in feiiier 
9Irt, ^niipt . . .; bei Siiak. ouct) n(6 *• ber 
i^'xx (C»e(>ieter). Oii Sinamnicnrctjiiiigeii, 
Grj . . . . An --wag, eiii ^rji'd^alf; an 
— -rogne. ein (^rjiffturfe. 

Arcliaioi«»S'ic, arkAulod'j'k, «<<;• 
aiierthnmiKt), «rd>tioi»|ir(|. 



ARC 

Arcliaiolog-y, Irkani'oje, (gr.) « 
bie 9l(tert()itin6mi(Ten|"c^nft , 'Mrdjiiologie. 

Arcliaistm, ar'kawm, (gr.) «. brr 
oeraltete 9lii^brii(f , Qlrrfjnism. 

Arcltanj^el, arkane'jel, ». 1. ber 
©rjengel. 2. [SJot.] bie tnu&e 9ie(fel. 3. 
[(Seogr.] airc^nngel. 

ArcItang-eliC, arkaajel'lk , aidi 
\\\ ben ©rjengeln geljiJrig. 

Arcliapostate, artshapo^'tate. t 
ber ."fianpt.ipoilat. [5?anptiipoi'lfl 

.4rcliapostle, artshapos'si, I. bi-r 

Arcliarchitect, ar*.shar'keiekt, «. 
ber i>.mpt=, Dberbaumeiilcr. 

Arcllbeacon, artshbi'kn, «. bit- 
^pflnptionrte , 50inrtfnl)6()c. [(5-ril'ird)of. 

Arcllbicliop, artxhbish'rip. t. ber 

Arclibi.itiioprick , artsbbisli' 
uprik, *. bnf (Frjbiftljuni, ©rjAift. 

Arcllbutcher, art<libot shur, t. 
\ ber (5-rjfri(fer. Corbet. [£)berbniimei|ler. 

Arclkbuildcr, artshbil'dur, «. ber 

Arciibutler, artshbiit'ini, <. [bent. 
t^Jei'd).! ber (STjiV^ciif. 
Arclicliantberlaia,artshtsliaiiie' 
burlin. «. [bent. ®fi'd)) ber (irjfrtnitMercr. 

ArcllChaucellor, artshtshaa' 
sellur, t. [bent, (^"itsii^.] ber Grjfiiniler. 

ArcllChanter, artshlshau'tur, * 
ber SBori'nnger, DberiVinger. 

ArcllClliuiic, artshkiiii'nilk, adj. 
t oon i'orjug[i(t)cn (t)enijrcf)en itriiften. 

ArChCOnsplrator,art.Nbkoaxpir'- 
atiir. «. ber 9{nbeUful;rer (bei einer %tx-- 
(■(^luornng). Ittrigriif- 

.4rciicount, artsbkn&at', «- ber 

Arclicritic, Artshkrit'lk, «. ber 
^nnptfritifcr. 

Arcltdaplfer, ariKhdap'efur, «. 
[bent. fJJcid).] berirndjfeg, 9{ei(f)5erjttu(^|"e§. 

Archdeacon, artshdekn, ». ber 
<]lr(f)ibinfonn<. 

Archdeaconry, artshdc'knre. Ob. 

Arciideaconship, arishdckn 
ship. «. ^K\i ^}lr(^iDinronat. 

Archdivine, artxhdevine', «. ber 
gro^e ilieolog, 5pnnpttheolog. 

Archdruid, artshdru'ld , «. ber 
Dbcrbrnibe. [f)erjogli(f). 

Archducal, art^hdu'kal, adj. tx\: 

Archduchess, artshdi'Hsh'es, (. 
bie e-rj()erjoginn. [G-rj()erjpgtl)nni. 

Archduchy, Irtshdiitshe, *. Xxxo 

Archduke, ansbduke', s. ber&ri= 
(yrjog. [*■ bfl« e-rjf)cr,iogt()mn. 

Archdukedom, artsliduke'dum, 

Arched, ar'»shed, adj. [5Ird)ir.] ge= 
luijlbt. , [prjfeinb. 

Archenemy 9 artsbea eme, ». ber 

Archeolomry* f- Arcbaiology. 

Archer, artsh'ur, (fr. 233.) *. ber 
93i>genf(():i(5e. ^ [genfc^ilOinn. 

Archerefts, Irtsh'ures, *. bie 5So! 

Archery, artsh'uie, «. bn^ Sogcnj 
f(()iif>en; bie ^nnft mit bem 23ogen jn |d)ie: 
gen ; ber 05cbrnii(f) be6 23ogen«. 

Archew-court, f. nntcr Arch. 

Archetypal, ar'keiipal. adj. W- 
fprnngijrf), nrbilblid). - world. [qSMt. %\)\: 
icf.J bn6 llrfrilb , nnc^ brm bie ^IGcit gefdjiif; 
fen ii'orben ill. 

Archetype, ar'kctipc* (gr.^ *. \. 



ARC 

bn« UrOilb, JBorbilb, Original, Originn'fti'i(f 
2. [-Wi'injii'.] ba« llr(ieii«id)t, bie Urmilnje, 
ber Urtlonipcl, Driginnlflamper. 

Archeus, arke'us, (gr.) t. [alte 
Gl)cni.] ber lln|ei|l, llriToff, i>iaturgei|T. 

Archrelon, artsiitel'un, «. perCFr)' 
mi(Tftl).-itrr. ^ [feinb. Mii.tow. 

.^rchfieud, artshfcend'. t. ber&r}> 

Arcliflameu, artshflaiu'en. «. TiT 
Oberpriciler. Herbert, [ber (5-r,jrd)mfid)lcr. 

Archilatterer, arfshflaCtunir, #. 

Arclir«»e, IrtKiifi't', ». 6er G-rjfeinb. 

Archrounder, aitshfciun'diir, ». 
ber ipanpfgriinber. [«. ber ^panptlenfer. 

Archs-overnor, artsliguv'uriiiir, 

Arclihere.<iy, artshher'e!^. «. bir 
(frjfrl^erei. Butler. [©rjfel^er 

ArchheretiC, artshber'eiik, I. ber 

ArclUiierey, *. (9{npl.) ber Ober» 
prifftcr. (*. ber Grjhcndjler, erjglciener. 

Archhypocrit<;, artshhip'pokrft, 

Archlater, ark janir, «. (^inpl.) ber 
Oberarjt. [fie, i>inpt . . . Hallyweli.. 

Archlcal, ar'kekal, adj. eriTe, ober> 

ArchidiaCOnal, arkcdjak'unal, 
adj. nrrf)ibtafonird). \'idj. erjbirdjoflif^. 

ArciliepiSCopaI,arkeepis'kopal, 

Archil, ar'tshil, i. (^ot. bie )Jarber< 
fled)te, Drfeifle. [[^l>oef.I ard)ilod)ifd). 

Archilochian, arkclu'kean , adj. 

Archilotve, (ic^ott.) ba« Jyrieben** 
nnerbietcn. [^^jiT)'.] Mi 9{eIigion6obcv()anpt. 

ArChiina^US, ar'kemagus, s. [alt. 

Archimandrite, aikeoiau'drite, 
t. Oin^l.) ber 9lrd)imrtnbrit. 

Archipelagro , arkepll'ago. (and) 
Ar'chipel) *. [(ycoflr.] ber *ilrd)ipclagu6. 

Architect,^^ketekt, (gr.) «. I. ber 
©anmeijlcr, 9lrct)iteft. 2. 1 ber ainilifrcr, llr^ 
l)c(>cr. [meii^er. 

Architect-like, g(fi(() eiiiem ^flM> 

Architect! ve, arketek'tiv, ad4. 
\\\\\\ ^an gcl)orig, 93au . . . 
Architectonic, arkeilktoii'nik,rb. 
Architectonical, arkcCekloue- 
kal . adj. ard)iteftoni|'d). 

Architectonics, arkctektoo'ulks, 
t. pi- bie *Mrd)iteftonif. [bie 93anmci|terinn. 

ArchiteCtreSM, arkctekt'res, s. 

Architectural , arkeiek'tshural, 
adj. jnr Sanfnnfl geljiirig; ard)iicftonir(f). 

Arcllitecture,aiketek't8hiire, (I.) 
s. I. bie SBAHfunil, 2lr(^itefrnt. Military -, 
bie Sriegfibantnnfl. Naval -, bie @d)iff6» 
banfnniL 2. i bie 23aufnn(t. Burhet. 

Architrave, ai'ketrave, (gr. archos 
n. lat. trabs) t. [^2lrd)it.] ber £lncrbalfen, 
t)ai 9lr(^itraB. 

Archival, ar'keval, adj. arc^ioifc^, 
in llrfnnben entl^altea, )u ^rd)ii>en, Urfnn: 
ben gi'l)i?rig. 

Archivault, ar'keviwit, I. [^(rd)it.] 
ba$ ©d)>y'''''ogcngci'tmfi, bie ©d)'oitbogcnoer» 
jiernng. 

Archives, ar'kJvx, (fr. 535.) ». pi' 
I. ba« 9ird)ii>, bie Urfnnbenfannnlnng, bai 
Urfnnbengciuii'lbe. 2. bie llrfnnben. 

Archivist, ar'kevist, (fr. 2B.) »• ber 
i!lrd)ii'ar, llifniibenbfiuaOrer. [geiuolbartig. 

Archlike, a.-tsii'llke, adj. bC(it\U, 

Archiute, artsh'iiiie. ^ .». [ONiifJ 

Archil ute,ar'ishcluie,5Mi'CSTJl.uitC. 



^2 F/i(p. far. fall. faf. IMe, nicr. Fin.«. fin, N6, tiiovp. ii6r. tjof. 6il. rl^nd. Tnhf. tM»». full. iZ/ln. Tflis. 



AliC 

Ajrcltly, artsh'le, nrfp. rofe, nuitf)- 

Arclllliafi;°icia.n, Irtshinajisli'an, 
'*. I. [^5>errti-iij Da6 DveliijiDii^oberljaupt. '2. 

^er (?r\iai'^*«'f • 

Arf'lliiinr.<«lial) artshmar'slial, «. 

(teiir. 0)crrf).] ccr GTjmarrd)iiff. 

Arclllllinister, artslimin'iiistilr, 
». fiT ■>Wiiuitcrprii|'i&ent, ^remiermiiii|1er. 

ArcllIieSS, artsh'nes, «. &cr 'JJilltl); 

ivide. Me iBd)(niif)cit, ©cf)elnierei. 

Arcliou, ar'knii, (flr. 253.) 4. [91H)cii] 
ber >!lrd)ont. [eincS 9irrf)Dnteii. 

ArcIionsliip,ar'koiiKlii|), bieilDiirCe 

ArCllUUtiCS, aikoil'tiks, *. pi. 

[.Riritnl fii" ^!(r(t)i,Mitifer. 

ArclipnKtur, artshpas'tur, ». bcr 
i^aiipriVelforniT , i5celenl)irt. 

ArcIipliiloKupIier, ai tslifeios'u- 
fur. «. DtT >>auprpI)ili'|Vpf). 

ArclipillHr, artsliptl'liir, «. ber 
^ntiprpfeilrr. Harmar. [btd)ter. 

Archpoet, artKhpo'lt, «.bfr$aiipr: 

Arclipoliticinn, artslipolleiisli'- 
aii. .». ber nn^'fje ^i^litifer. Bacon. 

Arclipoiitiff , artspoii'tif, s. ber 
Dbcrpriciler. Bhhke. [Oterprnlar. 

Arclipreljlte, aitshprel'late, ».bcr 

Arclipreshj'ter, art^hpresbelur, 
*. bor OTiprteiliT. 

Arcllbr«^sl»yte^y, artslipres'be- 
ture. s. bil? (FTiprieilciTl)iim. Miltox. 

ArcliprieiNt, aitslipieest', *. ber 
©riprietler. [ber trv,prini.u<. 

Arclipriinate, ailshpri'mat, s. 

Arclipropliet, aitsliproi'fit, *. 
ber ipiiiiprpn>pl)er. '' 

Arcliprof OSff'ltnf , artslipmt'tes- 
taiit, «. ber G-r^prineiliiiu, (\uti %!rore|lrtiit. 

ArClipilbliClUl, artslipub'lckuii. 

«. bcr&rHoH'ier. [>pniiprniifri'i(jrer. Mii.ton. 

ArCl«r«b«*I, ailshreb'el, *. bcr 

Arclirog'ue, artsli'rog. «. ber e-rj: 
fc^elni. [tvolbte Derfc. 

Arcliroof, artsh'ioof, s. bie c\e-- 

Arcli.stone, artsh'stone. s. ('>!(r(i)it.] 
ber 0)eiuMt'C|lcin. [(frji'enrntlicr. 

Arclttrstitor, artshtra'rur, s bcr 

Arclitreasiirer, arthstrezii'iiiur. 
«. [beut.®cfd).] berWeicfjd: pb.Cfrjfrfjnfjtiieii'ler. 

Arclitreasurc>rship , aitsh- 
treili'i'irursliip, s. bni ©rjfdjnijmeiflcrntur. 

Arclltyrant, arfshii'rant, s. ber 
©rjtnrniiii. [(STjrf^iirfc. Shak. 

Arcltvillain, arisliv'tl'lin, *. ber 

Arclivillaiiy, artshvil'Inie. «. bie 
6tjrrf)urferei. [formia , bpflemurire. 

Arcll^vise, arlsli'wlze, adn. bv(\(\\: 

ArCiteiieitt, aisit'enlnt, (lat.) adj. 
^ einen 33pncn fi'itjrenb. 

Arctatiou, arktA'sln'm.^ (f. arctiis) 

ArctituUe, ark'teu'ule.^ t. [Cljir.] 
bie 0)ebnrim<ereiifliin(i. 

Arctic, ark'rik, (<^r. arktos. bcr'Bar; 
n. artit; ir. art) adj. norbfid). -circle ber 
n5tblirf)e ^otarfrcis. - pole, bcr Oirrbpni. 

ArctliriiS, Irktu'rus, *. [91|1riMI.] 
Wtftur , bcr SBngen. 

Arcuate, ar'kuite, (Int.) adj. <\ebv-. 
gcn, bpflciiforinig , fnimm. ,- ». a. binjen, 
frrimmen. 

Arcnation, SrkAi'sliun, «. i. bad 



ARE 

^riimmen; bie ^ruinnie, ^riimmimfj. "i. 
10'()iv.) bie £iiDd)eiifruniimiiia. 2. [ipDrtif.] 
bflS Slbfenfeii. 

Arcubalist, ar'kubali.st, Oat.) a. 
bie 3lriii(>nifl. l*Urmbni|1|'c^ri^e. Camden 

Arcubalister, arkubaiis'ii'ir, «. ber 

Ard, (Jubunn uieler en<il. 'ICLirter = 
art; frf)iv)eb. u. inn. art; artig; Ijrll. aar- 
den. ©0 standard, drunkard, dotard etc. 

Ar<len, ardn, «. [©ei'fjr.] ba3 air> 
bcniicn^Ocbirflc. Shak. 

Arf1<*UCy, Ir'dlnse, (\at. ardeiis) s- 
i bie ^IGiirme, 3nbriin|T (ber Ciebe :c.). 

Artlent, ar'dent, adj. 1. f brciuiciib, 
I;ii)in (Jieber, 05ctraiife). 2. a) teiirifl "JUi = 
gen !c.). b) luarm, iiibrunilig, eifrig, l;efrig. 
-ndi). Ar'dently, 1. feurig, cifrig, Iji^ig. 2. 
inbri'miTig, heftig. [^IBarme, o'l^i'"")^- 

ArtleiltlieSiS , ar'dentnes, s. ± bie 

Ardor, ar'dur, (lat. 2G.) s. I. T Me 
233arme (ber Sonne) i?i(}e. 2. i bte'Ijarme, 
ber Gifer, bie ^Jii^c, 3n6ruiit1; with -, l)iiug, 
eifrig. 3. ^ bcr ginnjcnbc P)ei|l. [ness. 

Ardltity, ardu'cte, l". Arduoiis- 

Ardiiou.*!, ar'jiius, (Int. SR. ; ir. ard. 

()0((); IV). Iiardh) adj. 1. I;pcf), |Teil (0. 2S3e= 

gen). Pope. 2. ± fdjmer, fc^iuierig (lUirer; 

neljninng ic). — adv. A. r ' d u o u s I y. )M)ivcr. 

Arditou.<sness, ir'jiiusne«, «. l. 

bie fleile Spbijt. 2. ± bie <Sdm>ierigfcit. 

Are, ar, (\(t)m. 3citiu. vara. ban. vae 
rer) pi. Prues. Lid. uon to Be. 

Are, are, (fr. 203,) *• (neneS "nngens 
ninafj] bie 9lrc (neue frnnj. £!nnbratrntl)e). 

A-r«!, a-ie, ». ['OTuf.] bie jiueit > tiefile 
iJJiire in 05nibo'« Jonleiter. 

Are, ar, (Int. arare) v. a. pfTngcn. 

Area, a'rea, (Int. '2B.) *. l. bcr frcie 
1>lnt), jete nnbcbecftc, offcne Oberflnrfjc. 2. 
[(i5epni.] bie 5in(f)e, C^rnnbfl.ic^c, ber 5ln= 
(t)eninl)nlt , 5'>id)«"rnuni. 3. [ ^JUtb. ] i<iVi 
Olni-fndcn beripnnre; bie itnf;ll)eit. 4. [-Win.] 
bns ijclb. 

Aread, ^ Irecd', (nngclf. aredan) w.a. 

A reed, S * ©inein rntljcn, 9{ntl)gebcn. 

A real, a' real, adj. jii eincr pffcnci' 
0('crfltid)c ge()5rig. [pfenb. Swift. 

Areelt, areek', adv. rnnd)enb , bnui; 

Arefaction, arrcfak'slnln. (I. are- 
facere) ,«. bn5 Irpcfncn ; 'irorfcnmcrbcn. 

Arefy, ar'rcfi, v. a. trpctiicn, borren, 
nnftrurfnen. 

Arena, arc'nA (Int. arena, ©ail*'') s. 
1. [r'inn. (^Jcfd).] bcr Itnnipfpln^. 2. [Olicb.] 
bcr Snnb, PJrieS (in ben ^Jiieren). 

ArenaceOUM, areni'shus, adj. 1. 
fnnbig. 2. [-Wtnernlg.] fnnbnrtig, fprnig. 

Arenation, arcnA'sliun, s. ['Web.] 
tic\6 ©nnbbnb. [>MrcnbnIit, 9(renbnl|tcin. 

Aren'dalite, a. ['Wincrnlg.] ber 

Arendator, arlndi'tur, s. (iifuf;!.) 
ber ^nd)tcr, ^JJjInnjcr, [2. bnS >5>nd)fgrlb. 

Arende, arend', *. I. bn?>1>nd)tgiir. 

ArenilitiC, arenehl'ik, (Int. arena 

iinb gr. lithos) ndj. (\v& ©nnbilein bcjlcljenb. 

Areno.<«e, arenose'.> ,. . . . 
_ 4 1 2 5 adj. nnbig. 

Aren«»l(!«, ar'anuK,^ 

ArenillouN, arcn'ulus, adj. picl 
fleincn ©nnb enrljnlrcnb, ficilg. 

Areole, ar'eole, (and) Areo'la) 
(Int.) *, [^)5^cb.] ber ^Bnrjenring. 

Areometer, arconi'eiur, (fjr,) «. 



AHG 

[^{)t)f.l ber 9Irepmeter, Dic()figfeitStne(Ter. 

Areoinetrical , areomei'ickal, 
adj. nreunictrifd). [bie -Jlreomerrie. 

Areoinetry, aredm'eirc, ». ["IJl)!)!".] 

Areopag-ite, arcop'ajlte,*. [iltljiii] 
ein 9?i(f)rer ber '.'Ircppngg. 

Areopag-u.<$, aienp'agus, a. [nit. 
9ltl)en] ber 'Jlrcppng, Areopngit'ic, »((/ 
jnm 'ilrcppag gel)i)rig. 

AreotiC, areot'ik, (gr.) adj. [-JJiet'.] 
fd)meiHrreibenb , fd)meigbefijrbernb. - a. bai 
I"d)iuci|5bcf5rbernbe -OKittcI. 

Aretolog-y, arciol'loje, (gr.) «. 
[*5()iIor.] bie ingenbleljre. 

Arg-al, argai; a. ber ^Beiaflein. 

Arg°eilt, ar'jent, (gr. argos; ir. arg, 
iveig; fr. argent) adj. 1. [ipcrlb.] luei^, fl|j 
berfnrbcn. 2. fiibermeifj, filbern. 3. ^ ginnj 
jcnb mie ©ilber, fiit'crn. - a. [iperlb.] bte 
iSilberfnrbc, u'ei0e (Jar&c. 
3. Ask of yonder - fields above. Pope. 

Argrental, arjen'tal,nf(;. gilber , 

filbcrljaltig. [bai ©ilbcnnncrMi}. 

Arg-entate, ar'jemaie, a. [6i)cm.l 

Arj^eiltation, arjenta'slnin. a. bie 

25crnlberung. .Johnson, [adj. filbcrgel)brnt. 

Arg-ent-liorned, ar'j^m-iirtmed, 

Arg-entiC, arjen'lik, adj. [G'ljeni.J 
- acid, bie ©ilbcrfanre. 

Arg-entiferoiiJ!, irjeniifflnVs, 
adj. [-)5tincrnlg.] filberljnitig. Kirwan, 

Ararcntine, ar'jemine, (niic^ Ar- 
genti'na) *. 1. [3d)tl)l)Pl.] ber ©ilbcrfiifd). 
2. [^:Sot.l b(\i ©ilbcrfrnnt. 3. [-Wincrnlg.] 
bcr ©djieferfpnt^, ©d)icferfnlf , ^jlrgcntin. 

Argrentine, adj. i. iliibern, fiibcr« 
rein. 2. filberfnrbcn. Shak. [Qllgicr. Shak, 

Artier, (fiir Algier) «, f [6)eogr,J 

Arg-il, ar'jil, (Int. argilla) a. 1. ber 
II)on, bie lijpfcrerbe. 2. [icdjn. n. Cljcnt.] 
bie ^Jllnnnerbe. 3. [DrnitI).] cine 9Irt 9{cii;er, 

Arg°illaceOll!«, arjilla'sliuii, adj. 
t^iMiig; tl)L'>nnrtig ; tl)i!incrn. 

Arg-illiferou.^, arjilliftlrns. adj. 
[®ep(.] tf)iinl)nltig. Kirwan. 

Arg-iliite, ar'jillite, a. [••3J?incrnlg.r 
bcr 2?rnnbfd)iefcr, - Argillit'ic, adj. ^nm 
^rnnbfd)icfer gcljorig. Kirwan. 

Arg-illocalcite, arjillokal'sit, a. 
['5)iinernlg.] bcr 9lrgiflP:.RnIiit. Kirwan. 

Arg'illoiiiiirite, arjillomu'fjte, a. 
[~57fincrn(g.] ber "Jlrgidiv-OKiirit. 

Arg°illoiis, arjil'lus, adj. tl;pnig, 
leljniig ; tljoncrn. 

Arg"ive, ar'give, nrfj. nrgipifc^, fgriei 
c()ifd). - a. bcr 'Jlrgiiu-r ; ? Wriet^e. 

Arg'Oan, argo'an, adj. [-)>ri)tl).] jnr 
9lrgi> gcl)ijrig. 

Arj^'olic, argol'ik, adj. nrgplifd). - 
Argol'ics, «. pf. bcr litel cineS 33iict)e5 
bei "ipniirnnin^, bn* iioiv.9Ivgpli3 l;nnbclt. 

Ar{^-onaIlta,argoll^w'ta,«.[^lMl(f).] 
bcr ©eglcr; itnlin. 

ArjIi^-OIiailtiC, argi'miw'lik, adj.OTs 
giMinnnrrf). - Argon an tics, i. pi. bit 
'Jlrgpnnntifn ((i)ebid)re be& 95. JJIncciid, Cf- 
pl)cn3 iinb 'Jlppflonin^ 9ff)Pbin«). 

ArjfOIiailtK, ar'gt'inawtii, «. pi. 
[^))?i)tl).] bie <Ilrgnnnnren. 

Arg'OSy, ar'gose, (fp. argos) a. bcii 
groge ipnnbcl6rd)iff, bie .<tarnrfe. Shak. 

Ar^lie, ar'gi'i, (Int. argnere) v.n. I. 



F'.ie. f .' r. fnll. faj. m. met. Fine, fin N6, move. ndr. sot. 6il. rldrtrl. Ti^be. fijh. foil. i/Mn. TJIi'* 5:5 



AUG 

fibHtitn, iirt^iten, 'Sd^it'ifTc mac^en. 2. ftrei: 
ten, 6i?piirir«n. 

Argnety v. a. I. (jenati unterfti^cn, 
rrlrterii (eine ^ln<je). 2. bemeifen, bnrt()iin; 
fririicn, jfiflen. 3. bcreCen, uberreBen; fiber- 
luiTeii. 4. t '■<>(> btictm\ti<\en (eiiier ^a(t)t). 
Di.voeii. 5. beitreireii (.(friuaS). 

To — liny one into a dilferent opinion, 
(fiiiem tine anftrt -yiicinmu] bcibrinflen. His 
Iniliit -s hiinncliriiirian. rt'inrr.V\lriC>uil(] nact) 
til <r ein 5l)ri|T. [Seilrcirer; 'bfiufi^ful^ret. 

ArQ'uer, ar'Ki'nii-, *■ bn <Btteiuv, 

ArfCiaineu-t, ar'giiuient, (U\i.> t. \. 
6rt "SfU'fi* , WruiiD. l. [2ofl.| itr Sdjliifj. 
3. ber 3iil)nlt, ^.iiiprinh.ilt, Ne ^iiljiiltfiiiii: 
j iqe (eiiies i5ud>6). 4. 6er »)IiiIi1h, fie ilt= 
f.ii1>e, tut Wriiiit. Shak. 3. ^lc -).V.iteru', Bcr 
Wi!<lfii|ltiiit (.tittti Oic\'vte[(t)6 JC); «f(iei> 
llaiiD t«5 ^eiueifr«, OJefleiiilrtiiH 6rt Unfer: 
Ijaltiiiifl, giufljciterung, ?{ii(f)e ic; (niid)) ^^f 
llittrrl)altiiiiti (frtbfl). 6. ttt iStreit; tie 
ewfitftaflf (u. (Strict k.). 7. (<:iiltoii.) b« 
5ii3ttifel, ~^o.jeii, nut beiTeii ifjiilfe man eincii 
aiiDern unbefnniitfn, mif bem erflern im 9Jer: 
Jjiiltme i^ttjtnien ©ogen fiirfjf. Chamber* 

If tliou will liold longer — , ivmil bll Md) 
IflUfler uiUcrljnlten imlltl. Shak. 

Ar;fiiinent, cn'^Mtrrittn, fpred^tit. 

ArK^UllieiltHl) argumen'tal, <idj. 
tnvc\\et\t' , fd)liifjiii.igi.i , fdjiitijeiit. Pope. 

j%r|fUin«utatfoil , argumenti'- 
ahun, ». 1. eie iSeii'eiSfuljruMii. I. 6(r ©f> 
wdi, Seeing. E^iYc. Watt*. 

Argruinentativrt, ari;uuien'iativ. 
arf/. I. nii6 @(f)lu|7i'n b<fltt)tub ; bfinbig. 

2. fol"> 6eiuei«fMf)ren&, beiiKiffiib ; lobe-of.., 
p-tiuiiS boueifeii, bnrtljiin. 3. f ilreitiudjtig. 

'i. The Hdnplation of tiling* lo (licir axes 
is — of infinite wi*dain in the Crea- 
tor. WliHSTEH. 

AriCUa-Nliell, ar'gu«-(hel. t. (}ii1: 
hirg.) 6ie f)iiiitertiiiigige >porjfflnm'd>nerff. 

Arfftitatlonf arguta'ahuu, «. iit 
i£viftftntflei. 

Arg^ute, ArgAie', a.) adj. t 1. f<!)itrf= 
finniii, luitjifl. 2. f4)iirf, (jefiningeiib , burc^^ 
triiiiieiib (u. lotifii). 

Ar||:uten«H!«, Srgdte'ne*, «. ber 
©iljnrfitnn/ bie Spiijflnbigfrtt. 

Arin, 4'rea. (U.<!B.)«. (■•)riuf.]b««arte. 

Arian, A'r^2n, (u. Ariu*) arfj. aria: 
n;f4). - *• i<n 9lriniier. [ber 9lri(iiii6iii. 

ArianiMiii) Ar^anizm, t. [^trt^g.l 

Arianize, A'reanize, v.n. )ur9«()iic 
b«T *Jlrtaner f(f)iul>ren. 

Arid, ar'rid, (1.) adj. I. burr, trotfen 
(v. Soben). 2. 1 tri?rfeii, ningrr, (tid)t, taU, 
uiirnipfiiiMitf). 

Aridax, ar'Ada*, «. [^iibiifl.] ber @ei= 
bfiibnil, Pifinbjfrtje Wrndlnffet. 

Ariility, aiid'deie. ^«. 1. bietrocfeti: 

.4rldne««, ar'ridneN.^I)eit,Dilrre(be? 
SScbeii«). 1. i bie Irprfeiiheit, Secre, Hit: 
einpfinblit^feit ; -JXitgerfeit, lliifrii(fttl>nrfeit. 

3. [■Web.] bie ^iiSbomiiig, ©(l)ii>iiibiiiia- 
Aries, i-riii, (KU.) «. [^|h:i>ii.) ber 

SBibber. 

Arletate, irl-itite, (Int.) v.n.f wit 
tin 'Hjibber ilofieit; mittineii. Joiiksom. 

Arietatiuu, ariAtA'*htin, «. I. tai 
8fof?en, 33o(feii. 2. fai ©togeit iiitt beiii 
^{Kauerbre(t)cr, 9taiii!iten. Bacom. 3. f ^o^ 



AHK 

©c^fiigen. ^eiliirnien, (Stpfien. Gt.ANvittK. 

Arietta, Aieet'tA. (it.) t. bie <!lriette. 

Arig;°itt, arite', (nngelf. gericiit) adv. 
I. redjt, juredjt. 2. niifrcrt)t, nenibe. 3. ridjrig. 

To set-, 1. ivicber rtiifrirf)teii , ]iirfct)f 
niii(f)en Pb. bringen, gerabc rictjteit. I. bend) 
tigen. 3. beffern , uerbefferii ; frei ihmi ajcr: 
gehlingen beiunljren. To ni:ike a hor.se eairy 
himself-, ein ^ferb ben ffopf trngtrii Id): 
ren, jiireiten. 

Aril, ar'il, } ». ["Bot.] ber llni: 

Arillus, arfl'Ius,^ r<f)lag, bie ®iittien> 
^iiur. Martyn. Mii.ne. 

Ariilated, ar'illAtId, } adj. [$Dt.] 

Arilled, ar'ild, 5 '"'^ eiiieni 

Unii"(f)(nge befleibet. 

Ariinan, ar'iman, \ (perD*- [^ert'. 

Ariina, ar'ema. ^ II)eol. ] 9lri: 

Aliriinau,a'reinan. ) mott , ^t)t\' 
niiiii , ni. [-IBaljrfngcit. Browk. 

Ariulation, Are&iA'xIiun, ((.) *.l><[6 

ArioNO, areA'«6, adv. [-JXiif.) flcfang' 
ntiipig, riiigeiib. 

Arise,arlze', (praet. arose ;pp. arisen) 
(iingelf. «ri*an; l)o(l. ryzen; goti). reixan) 
r. n. 1. ftiifileigen, empiirileigen. 1. ani- 
gehen (Sonne, ©feme k.). 3. mifiTeljcit <i>. 
i5ette IC). 4. II nnfiiiigeii, niiljcbeit. 5. nuf: 
erileljen (u. ben tobten). 6. || ntiferiTefjeii (o. 
ber Sijnbe). 7. || (id) er()eben , nufjleljeii (o. 
(^ptt). 8. erf(t>etnen, nnbredjcn (v. log). 
9. flit) erfjebeii, Ijerfoininen , eittitchen. 10. 
iiiiffomineii, einporf Dmiiieii, fic^ erijcbeii, gd'irf = 
lidjer merben. Shak. 11. (upon u. againsi) 
atif|lel)en, fief) auflit)ntii, (itt> oufiwerfeii, ild) 
einp5ren (gegen). [Act* XI. 

4. A persecution arooe about Stephen. 

Arista, arU'ti, <int.) *. [«ot.] bie 
Ojrgiine. Mit.wE. 

Aristarchy, aristir'ki. (gr.) *. bie 
'Mriilnr^ie, 9{egicruiig rerf)trcf)iitfencr "Wanner. 

Aristocracy, Sristok'krasA. (gr.) 
t. bie ?lri|li'frntie , 9lbr(«l)errfcf)in't. [ftofrat. 

Aristocrat, arfst'okrat, s. ber rUri: 

Aristocratic, arr'stcNkrat'ik. } 

Aristocratical,aiTisi(Skrat'ekal,^ 
adj. nritli'fr.uifrf). 

Aristocraticaluess , Srristu- 
krJt'Akaliies, *. bii6 'ilri|tofrntird)e. 

Aristotle, ar'istoil. *. «ari|lote<c5. 
\ri*tote'lian, adj. nri|loteIi|'4>. - «. bcr 
-Mriflotelifcr. _^ 

Aristotelianisin, arUtite'iea- 
nizin. «. bie «pi)ilpfi>pl)ie ob. Seljre beS 3lri: 
ilutfle«. , (ilptelifrf). 

AristoteliC, Sr'stntel'ik, adj. nri: 

Aritliinaucy, ar'Ji/imanse, (gr.) 
#. bie 3<il)lenbeiiterei. 

Aritiiinetic, arii/«'met'k, (gr.) ». 
bie '>lrirl)inftif, 9eecf)eiifimit. ^ 

Aritftinetic, aiii/Muet'ik. } 

Aritiiiiietical, arft/imet'tikal ,^ 
adj. nritljinetirct). ^ 

Aritliinetician, ant/inietish'an. 
4. bcr «Mritl)inetifer, Dfetftiier, 9ec(f)eiinici|lcr. 

Arii, ark, (fr. arche; I. area; niigelf. 
ere, erk; IjpH. arke) i. 1. II bif £abc, 2Ir(f)C. 
- of covenant, bie !Biinbe«Iabe. 1. || bie 
•Jlrrfje (^onl)'«). 3. [Tiorbnni.] eine groge^ 
iBpot nnf JliiiTen jum -iOnareiirnin^port. 

Ari^, (fd)ptt.) ber ©pcifefailen. 

Arliite, ar'kite, «. bet in ber ^dft 



AKM 

f5?pnh'«) (trt)aUt\u. - adj. jnr 'Itrtfte gefjJrig. 

Ark'tizite, *. [')»ineralg.) ber 9lrf. 
tiilr, •iijeriierit. 

Aries, (fdjptf.) bai aiiigelb, iTpgnbgelb. 

Arm, arm, (niigclf. arm. earui ; lilt, 
armus) *. 1. ber *3Iriii. '2. i a) bcr >3lrni (ci. 
Mc^»Mnfer6ic.),ba6>}IrmiTii(f. b)ber'i!l|T. c) bcr 
■Wcereinnn. d) ± ber >3irin (Srarfc, .VCrnfr, 
•■))f.icl)t). The secular -, ber iiieitlirf)e 9irm. 
e) i bie Spanb. Ch. l* the right - of M., 
61). i|t bie re(f)te ipaiib poii *)J? . . . . 

To keep any one at — 's length or end, 
(finen ftrt> nic^jt nnf ben Seib fomnicn laffcn. 

Ann, (lilt, arnia) o. a. I. unifflicn, 
rntten, beiunffnen, oiiSrililen. 2. bpr(f)|ggen, 
ciufiifTcn. 3. [■ipl)!)!".] bemoffnen (beix 'JKngnet), 

To - one's self, I. \i(f) luflffnen. 2. i fldf 

amppnen (init (sjebulb ic). 

Arm, V. n. fid) lutiffncn, fif^ rilflen. 

Armada, amia'da, (fp.) «. i. bw 
^riegsffptte. 2. l&efd).] bit 9Innnbn. 

Armatlillo, armadirio, (fp.)«. 
[iJJatiirg.] bii5 ^ilrnnibill, (i)iirtdtl)ier. 

Armament, ar'mament, t. bit 
itricg«ru|fung, itrieg6iiind)r, (bef.) QtemAd^t, 
J^ricgfflptte. 

Arntamentary, arniamen'tUri, 
*■ t ba6 3eiigl)aii6, bie Jhlilfnniiiicr. 

Armature, ar'niatslu'ire, t. I. bie 
-IBiiffen; 9{i"i|liiiig. 2. (5?iil)neiif.] bie ©poren 
an ben gi'igen ber i>a()ne. U1ut)l 

Armcliair, anu'tsiiAre, s. ber 91rin> 

Armed, ar'mcd, p. p. adj. I. bcu'aff. 
net, beiuel)rt. 2. [.>5)crlb.] lueiin Me ©djnabel, 
Klaucn ppii 9{au(H>pgc(n, 9{anbtl)icrcn ppu 
anberer garbe finb als ber 2eib. 3. ['Jalfne« 
rcil lucnn bein gnlfcn bie ©d)er(cn nn bai 
(S)erd)fil)e gc«ia(f)t fiiib. 4. [^t}r)\.] bei»nffnet. 

Armed chair, Arm-chair, bcr 9Irin« 
|lul)l. - staff,- bie Ognje. [«!lrinenten. 

Armenia, Irmc'nea, a [(})epgr.] 

Armenian, arme'uean, adj. ar« 
mtwifd). 

Arm en inn bole, [-TOincrnfg.] bcr nrme» 
nift^e ®p|n«. -stone, [-Bfineralg.J ber nr* 
meiiifdje ©tcin. 

Armental, Srmln'lal. ^ nrf/. )U 

Armentine, ar'nieuiine.^ einer 
a5iel)()erbe grl)prig. [nii'idjtig im ilriefle. 

Arme-piiis.sant, ndj. ^ nber t 

Armful, arm'tul, ». ber SIrnuiofl. 

Armg-aunt, arm'gaut, adj f ma> 
gcr, burr, fd)inad)tig. Shak. 

Armliole, arm'hole, «. 1. bie 91(fy> 
fefgnibe. Bacok. 2. ba6 9irnilP(<) (in einem 
Klcibc). 

ArmigrerOUS, arniid'jiirru.s, adj. 
^Bnffen tragenb ub. ful)reiib; beiwel^rt, be» 
ivaffnet. 

Armillary, ar'miUaii, ((. armllla) 
adj. [9l|trpn.] - sphere, bie Stingfugef. 

Armillated, ar'mliiated, «({;. mit 
Slrtnbanbern, 9{ingen vtvfei)tn. 

Armings, ar'mingz, a. pi. [9Rar.] 

bai ©cfjanjflcib (f. waist-clothes). 

Arminian, irmfn'ean, (P. 3(rmU 
niii6)«rf;. aniiiiiiaiiifd). - *. ber^lrniinianer. 

Arminiauism, armiu'eanlzui, «. 
[fiird)g.] brr 'Jlrniiiiiaiiism. 

ArmipotCSnce, amup'otense, c(.) 
*. bit <lCnifriinind)t, 0»nd)t im jlriege. 

Armipotent, arui'p'&ttut , adf. 



54 Fate, fnr, fall, fat Me. met Fine. fin. N6. inovo. n<\r. -Jyt. Oil. r]h\ul. Tiihe. lull, fi'ill. t//in, TH 



ARM 

madftla itii Jtriefle. Drybek. 

ArmiSOIlOUS, arnii.s'6nuii, (int.) 
adj. iviiffenflirrenb, lunffcnrniTcliiD. Johwsom. 

Armistice, Ir'uiestu, (fr. SB.) * 
bcr ^"GnffenilidtlnnB. 

Armless, Inn'ies, «((/. I. onii(o£. 

2. ivoffeiili^S, inil'eivnffiiet. Bbaumont. 
Armlet, Irin'iet. *. 1. bag ^eriu- 

djen 11. i ber ficiiie ■O^feernrni. 2. 6ie 3lrm> 
fc^iene. 3. bni 9trni6iiiib. 

Armor, Ir'nn'ir, .V. I. bie 9M|lllII(1. 
bet ^aniifc^. 2. Ifiinl. ©tiitiitfii) bie i'r(l= 
(Idiibine i^riifl^rililuiin , Slusruiliiiio. 3. || 
btv ^nriiii'd). 

Coat-- [ijcrlb.] bcr ^iippeiirotf , bn^ 
S[C(ivpe»frf)''&- Top--, lOJInr.J ba6©rf)iiiii: 
(Icib ber 5)?n|1fDr()e. Arm or- bearer. 
ber ^Baffeiitriifler, Srt)iIbPnnppe. 

Armorer, ar'iiiuriir. «. l. bcvHSoffcii; 
frtjmieb, ©cfjiwertfcrttr. 2. ber 9{ii|lfiiiippc. 

3. (■0)?iir.l ber 9iu|1mfi(lfr. 
Armorifti, anno'real, adj. jit belli 

2Diippeii ■' Ob. giimilieniuappeiirrfjilb fleljDrig. 
Eusigns— , b(i6 IBappciiidjilb. Blackstoke. 

- *. bas 2Ciippcii6ii(l). 
ArmoriC, annnr'ik, ^ "rf/. jiir 
Armorican, arinnr'ekan,^ ^Bretnc)' 

ne (I'ljni. 91riiun-ifa) (irljoriii. 

Armoric, *• bie gprndje bcr 9lniu>= 
»itaiier, i>a6 Slriiun-ifoiiifclK- 12>rftn<i"er 

Armorican, t ber QlrinrriMiitr, 

Armorist, ar'uiouiii, t. ber ipernl: 
bifer, SyappeiifiiiiMiii'. 

Armory, ai'mure. s. I. bn* ,3eiirt= 
f)<iiig, bie !i>?ii|lfiiiiiiiu-r. 2. bie9Cui1uua, 2Biif; 
fen. Mii.ToN. 3. biiij 'ICiippeii. Spenser. 4. 
bieaBiippeiifmibr, i>ernlbif. 

Armpit, ann'pii, (arm i|. pit) *■ 
[6()ir.] bie 31a;ff(!iriibc. 

Arms, ariiiz, (Int. amia; fr. amies; 
fj>. arnia) *. pi. 1. bie ^ilffeil. 2. !f bie 
SDnffeii, ber &rit<\. Dryden. 3. bafi 'ii3np = 
pen. 4. I3itdft6(vr.] bie "iBnffrn (Storf, iBii; 
btl ic). 5. [SBot.] ber i>nrnifc(>, bie ©dju^; 
u)n(ten. Martyh. 6. [^olfnereij bie ^iipe bd 

2. Arm 8 and the man I sing. Dryden. 

To be in ob. under aruis, iiliter ben Wnf; 
fenfeill. To cause to take up -, iirie(i£rri|1iiu-- 
(jen nind)eti. To arms! m& GJeiveljr! ju ben 
mntft" ! Man at -, ber ffienbnrme. Cessa- 
tion of—, bie SBnffennilje. Tbe good xuc- 
ecss of his — , fein ^Bnjfenflliirf. To take — , 
SU ben 533nfPen greifrn. Bred to -, ^nni 
2Snffcn()anbiv)erf (jerangeji^gen. By force of 
— , bie ^affen in ber ipnnb. Vocal ob. can- 
•'"e — > [iperlb.) ba6 rebenbe2i5iippeii Stand 
of arms, ber fflcivel)r|lniib; bie ooUilaiibige 
91rni<itur cb. ^{fiilung. Coat of -, ba& 
^nppen. 

Arms -end, amiz'end, «. [SJcrer] 
bie ^rni^lange. To keep one at — , f u. i 
3em.inb (id) nitfjtauf ben 2cib fiMiinien lafTen. 

Army, ar'-me. (fr. anne'e; ir. arbliar, 
armliar) *. I. bie 91riiiee, i>a6 Specv; Flying 
— , bafi fliegenbe 31rnierf orp?. 2. l iai Spttr. 

— of locusts, ein ipeiifdjrerffiifjeer. 
Aruot, ar'uut, t. bie&rbnug, Irufftl. 
Aruotto, aruoi'to, «. 1. [i^nnbclj 

en Drte.in. 2. [Str.J ber £)rlenit()annt. 
Arnuts, ar'nuts, t. laiige^^afergraS. 
Aruiut, f. Aroyot. 



AKU 

Aroma, ar&'ma ot. ar'oma, (gr. S3}.) 
*. ber 0)en)urjflL>ff, bn6airotnn(ber'iJ>tlrtiijen). 

Aromatic , aromat'ik, ^ adj. 

Aromatical, aiumat'ekal,^ ge> 
milrireid), nronintifd). 

Aromatic, *. blenroinntirc^e'iJJflnnje. 

Aromatics, ar6niat'iks, s. pi. bc\& 
ffleiDiir}, bie ©pejcrei. 

Aromatite, «. [<)Kinernlg.] ber 
®eivurulcin, »TOi)rrl)enitein. 

ArOmatizatiou,ar6niatc/i'sliuii, 
*. bie 2l5nrjuiig, 93criiiifct)unfl, Durctjbilf: 
tung niit (^eaifirien. 

Aromatize, ar'6niatizc, r. 
finer Siidje eineii gapnrjl)nfren Oievud) ge^ 
ben, fte uiol)Iried;enb inod)en, tnit ffieiuiiri 
burd)riiii(^erii ob. burc^buften. 2. iviirjeii, 
iiiit ©tiui'iri perfe^en. Bacon. 

Aromatizer, ar'oniatizur, s. bni, 
m<[6 rtne geivurjljafte &igciifd)iift niirtl;eilt. 

Aromatous, aru'uiatiis, adj. aro; 
nifltifd), gt-iuurjljaft. [Seljripiiri. 

Arou, a'liin, *. [95Dt.] ber ^ilnm, bie 

Aropli, ar'of, «. 1. ber ©affran. 2. 
el;ni. ein geiuines 'JJraparnt be6 "JlSiiracelfuS. 

Arose, arAze', praet. \\. Arise. 

ArOIUld, around', praep. um . . . [jtv 
urn, um . . . l)er, nm. 

Arouud, adu. t'tHQi t)itm\\ cb. niii< 
l)er, runb fjernm, l)erum. 

Arouse, aiiiuze', (btaufen?) ». a. 
1. nufiuecfen (p. ©djuife). 2. i luerfen, er= 
iwerffii, erregen, iiiifrcgcn(biegiil;igfeitenu-.) 

ArO^V, aro', (a <j>raf. n. row) udtt 
in einer3{ei(}e, iind)bfr9{eiljc; iiad) einaiibcr 

Aroyut, aruint', adv. " fort! lueg 
ui>n l;icr! Shah. [ ['Bfuf.] bAi iparpcggiii. 

Arpeg-g-lo, aiped'jeo, (it. i!i3) s. 

Arpeilt, ar'pent, (fr. '113. ; arpeiinus 
arpeudus iin Uooai:>duy - book) ». bit '^01: 
gin Ciinbe^. 

Arquebiisade, arkwcbusade', s. 
I. bn6 (SdjnpiunJTer, iOiinbiUiiffer. Chester 
PIE' D. 2. ber ^iicOfi'nfd)ii^. Ash. 

Ar<|uebuse, arkwebus, (fr. ar- 
quer iinb teut. bus, $feife; i)o(I. bus, 
9{iil)re, 'ipfeife, glinrej *. bie ipafenbildjfe. 

Arquebusier, arkwebii.scer', t. 
ber 33ud)fenrd)ui;e. [-JJielbe. 

Arracll, ar'ratsh, s. [SJft.J bie 

Arrack, anak', *. ber 21rra(t, Ofnrf. 

Arrag'OU, ar'ragun, «. [(^)ei'gr.J 
9lrriigpnicn. (airrngonit, ^nlfftnter. 

Ar rat;-onite, t. [r»finernlg.| ber 

Arraii^n, arrane', (norill arranir) 
i>. a. I. (ini *nilgein.) (for) nntlagen (luegtn), 
befc^nlbigen (einer <S>nA)t). 2. [Jfedjigipr.] 
uor ©cridjt (lefleii , uorful)rcn (einen 9Inge; 
flngteii). 3. (eine illnge) in Drbnnng brin: 
gen, fcrtigcn, nnferrigeii. 

Arraign, ^ , ^ ,. 

Arraignment, arrine'ment, ^ 
I. bie ©tednng I'lir (S)erid)r. 2. bie 'iMnriiige, 
5Serd)ulbignng. 3. bie»e|"d)«lbignng (inpHa= 
gemeinen). 4. bie ^erid)tigniig, SJertigung 
(ber filiigen) ; 2Inorbnung. 

Clerk of the arraigns, ber C)erid)tg: 
nftnor, ber bie itiagc fertigt. 

Arraimeut, area' mint, i. ber 3(n 
iug. f. Array. 

Arrantife, arrAnJe', (fr.) v. a. I 
in Orpuung ileden (Irtippen :c.). 2. ( orb^ 



AKU 

nen, anorbnen, einric^ten , }uri4kten, au«> 
glfid)en k. jc. 

Arrangement, arranje'ment. t. 

1. bnS 5lnorbnen. 2. bie 5inprbnnng, Drb« 
nnng,einrid)tung.3.bie3iind)tung, 3iired)r. 
fe^nng. 4. bie 3lu«gleid)ung, 2>ermittliing 
(eiiies ©treitefi :c.). 5. [aiifjenrd).) bie iln- 
orbnung. 6. pi. bic91ii|liiitcn, Slrrniignnenrs. 

2. The interest of that portion of social 
— is in the hands of all those who 
compose it. Bi'Rke. 

To make - s for . ., 9(n|lnrten tnfen 
ju . . . [Drbncr, (S'inridjtcr, Drbiier. 

Arrang-er, arrau'jur, t. ber 91in 

Arrant, ar'raut. dual, earn, ben'i^< 
tigt) adj. nctprifc^, nrg, f)eirio4, biird)rriel<en, 
Gtj . . . [ein G-rjrd)iirfe, f^eidiMer ©nbe. 

An - coward, eine&riniemnie. - knave, 

Arrantly, ar'rantle, ado. nrg, 
fdjmiblic^, rd)iinblid)er aSeife. 

Arras, ar'ras, (il Arras, ©hlbt itn 
n&rb(. 5rniifrei(<)) (nnc() Arras- hanging) 
*. bie Xiipete. Shak. 

Array, arrA', (norni. araie; nirfr. 
arrni) *. 1. bie Drbnung, ©teflnng, 9{eil)e; 
an army in battle- — , fine 9Irniee in 
©ct)lnd)tnrbnnng. 2. % ber Slnsng, %^ni}, bie 
itieibung. Dryden. 3. (9{ed)tgfpr.l bif (^x> 
ncnniing, Slnorbiuiiin eineij (i)e|"i()ioornenge» 
rid>td; ba& 95rrjeid)ni0 ber OierrfjiDoriien. 

Commission of array, [eiigl. GSefd).] 

bie'DJinflerunggfpinmiiTion, bne-iBfniternngd" 
patent. 

Array, v. m. l. anorbnen, nnffteflen 
(Iriippen K.), in Drbnung briiigen. 2. [•i}ltd)ti> 
fpr.] auftufen (ein (yffdjiuorncngeridjt;. 3. 
(witli) II 11. ? fleiben (in), befleiben (niit). To 
- a panuel, eine®erd)iuornenli|le anfertigen. 
4. I umgeben. 
4. In gelid caves with horrid ginoms ar- 
rayed. Tri'mbiii.l. 

Arrayer, arra'ur, ,t. [ciigl. ©efdj.J 
ber 9{ii|'liiiei|'ler, ■0J?ui'leriing5pfrliier. 

Arrear, aireer', (arm. reor, revr, 
refr, bic (Sruilblnge; lu. rhevyr)arfo. '-Mjinten. 

In arrear, [^anbel] iin Sfi'irfilanbe. 

Arrear, #. l. ber 9?ucf|tanb, pi. bie 
9jricf|Tanbe, bie ruetflanbigen ©ntntnen. 2. 
lS))?ilit.] (geip&f)nli<t) iin pt.) ber 9iad>tra^, 

Arrearag'e, arreir'Aje, ) *• t 
Arrearance, arreer'anse,^ ber 

iRucfi'lanb. 

Arrect, arrlkt', ) (Int.) adj. I. 

Arrected, arrek'ted,J aufrec^t. 2 t 
niifmerffain. Akensids. 

Arreutation, arrentA'shun, (:id 
II. reddere) *. [engl. gorilgcfelj] ba6 (?in» 
f)agiing6red)t. Cowel. 

ArreptitiouS, arrept'sh'ui, (lat. 
arripere) adj. I. entriffeii , eiitjpgen. 2. 
(adrepere) eiligerdjlidjeil. Johnson. Baii.ev. 

Arrest, arrest', (fr. arreter ; ID. araws, 
luarteii) «>. a. i. (jinbern, ai.|l)nlfen, a\\t)CiU 
ten, Ijeinnieii (eine ^eiuegnng). 2. l a) niif 
fid)jic(;en, fe|lf)a(ren, fjcfrcn. b) jururfljnl* 
ten. 3. (9?ed)tirpi.] in ^erljnft iicl)nien, peri 
(jaften, fejlfei^en. 4. [9{ed>t«i"pr.) einer (Sodje 
(FinOalt tf)nn, fjinbern (ben J?nnf ber 05frecf). 
tigfeit). 5. [Wedjt^fpr.] mil !Be|'ct>Iftg belegen. 
in 33er(^lag nel)inen. 

2. a> The appearance of such a person ia 



Fat*", f'r. fall. fat. M*. mh. Fine, ffn. N6. mSve, n6r, got. 6il. ridud. Ti'il>r tiih. fnll. tAin. THis. 5.*» 



the world and at inch a period, ought 
to — the consideration of every tiiiii- 
king mind. BfCKMlNSTER. 

Arrest f *■ l. (Dffrfjtffyr.l iit S8er: 
fwftuiiG, ecr iSfn)rtft, -Hrrtii; tie ^Bcfdjlag: 
nafjmc. 1. tie ipiiittriinii , 5?finiming, <Stc: 
dung. 3. ttr ©iiiljnit, 'Miif!).ilt. 4. bai Urtfjtil, 
btt rid)terlid>« Seutliip, 'Uufifpru^. 5. [3to^: 
ariiieif.) tie SffluOe. 

To plead in - of judgment, l3itd)Wvt.] 
eiiien 5?fmniiin{i*ipriid) jii envirfeii fiidjen. 
To plead in - of taking the iiiquent upon 
tie former isiue, (turn ^{ec^r^iiriiiib atcien 
bieC'I'ilfitiing finer ijm4tlic^fnllntfrfii({)unfl 
I'orbrinflen. BiACKixoHE. 

jtrrestatlon, arreKii'ihun, t. tie 
JBfrl)>iffunn, ter 23i-rl)nft. 

Jkrrvttttorj ( arres'tur, t. I. in 

Arre.Hter, i SBrrfjnfter. 2. (Scot. 
law! tie ^IJrriVn, lueldje I'frljflften ln#t. 

Arrestment, arrest'ment, «. 1. 
f Scot* law] Me SSrrljnftiing e«ne« SJer: 
bred)er« , bii er 93ilrgf(<>nft fleUen fnnn, 2. 
6ie (]eri<f)tlid)e 95ffd)l.i(innl)nte. 

Arret, arret', (fr.5D.) *. [SUtdfUfvr.] 
te ?luf|Vni(l>, 6n« llnljeil. - r. a. « I. on= 
meifen, jiiiueiitn. 2. befcfjlieee'i- Spewjer. 

Arrlaffe and carriafT*^* 
(f(()Dtt.) ter ^^Sjfufl! unt <a3iinrntienft. 

Arride, ari.^dc% dnt.) o. o. f l. an= 
U(t>en, flMl.idjiin ((fiiirn). 2. i G-ineni gefol: 
Un. BE:<r JoHcoM. 3. niiil>i<t)rn. 

Arriere, a.reer', (fr.-IB.)*. [VtUit.] 
Ut ^ii(<)trab , i)?ii(f)}ii<i. 

Arriere- hiin. ttr .^leerbnnn. — fee 
ot. fief, (5Jentnrr.) Ni« '!ttfterle()n. - 
guard, ter «)»n(f)trflb. — vaaaal, 6tr 
Vfterlefjnimanii. 

Arrision, amzh'un, «. bn< %nlA-- 
(^tn, 3ii(0(t?e(n. 

Arrival, arri'vai, s. I. bie ^nrnnfr, 
Wntantung. 2. f tie Grreidjung (finer 3lb! 

Arrivance, Srri'vanie, «. I. f btr 

tJefu^, tie Oit(tll\'(f)aft. Shak. 2. ♦ «) tie 
ffrreidjung <fiiifr 91t'(td>t. b) bit 9lnfunft. 

Arrive, arrfve', (jr. arriver; arm. 
•rrivont, arrivein; (at. ripa; \an6t. arivi, 
irfrr) V. It. 1. (at) aulanten, anlangfn, um: 
fommen (in, nn). 2. anfoniineii, eintreffen 
(bie ^ofl !c.). 3. (at) i geiangen , fiMiinien 
(|u einemWffnttatf), trrtidttit, frlangen((?t: 
»a<). 4. (to) Sinem jii ll^eil :vertrii. 5. {id} 
jutrafldi. 
4. He to whom this glorious death ar- 
rive*. Waller. 

To — at heaven, in ben ifMmnifl frninieii 

Arrive, r. «. + erreit^cn. Shaw. 

Arrwde, arrAde'. d.) v. a. beiiageii? 

ArrOS-***'*^*^* ar'rogan»e.^ (lat. ar- 

Arroff-anry, ar'rigaimi.J rogan- 
tta; arm. roguentco M. tie 'Jlnmagnng, 
bet Diinffl, llcberMiiirl), tie Sermeffenljeir. 

Arroifaut, ar'rAgant, adj. anma: 
Pent, buiifeli'oft, utermrui)ig, trc^ig, i>er: 
iMffTen. -adv. Ar'rogantly, ut>erinutl)ig, 
anniagent, niit llebermiirf). 

Arrofi^autuess, ar'r&gaatocf , t 
f. Arrogance. [anma^tM. 

Arronrate, ar'r&gite, (lat.) v. a. fid) 

The Pope arrogated dominion over 
kingi. Wbbitei. 



ART 



eine ju 



To — too much to one's self 
gwte TOeinung uon fid) ijabta. To - to . .. 
t anmagent fein gegrn . . . ['Jlnnioijung. 

Arrogfatiou, arro^^A'siiun, t. tie 

Arrogrative, ar'iAgatlv, adj. iin« 
mapent. More. 

Arrondismeut, arrnu'ditmeut. 
*. [Jranfr.l ter ?5cjirf, ta^^ '•Jlrrontifft-ment. 

ArrOSion, arrA'zhun, (hit. arrodere) 
*. bai ©enagcn, ti» Keungiing. 

Arrow, ar'ro, (angelf. arewa) t. I. 
ter <J5fei(. 2. || pi. bie ^feile Oorte*. 

Arrow-grass, (SSor.) tn6 Krotcngrn^. 
--head, 1. bie 'ipffiirpitje. 1. [<»«.] ia& 
^Ufeilfraut. --root, I. [Sot.] bie ^^feiliuiirj. 
2. [^Bieb.J bie qBfeilivnrj. 

Arrowy, ar'-rAe, ndj. I. nu« 5{jfeifen 
bejleljenb. Miltok. 2. fpit^ig mie fin ^^jfeil, 
pffilt'ormtg. Cowper. 

Arse, arse, (angelf. earse; f)o(I. aars; 
ter ^t((t); perf. arsit, ar»t) «. ber ©teig, 
.•{)intere, 9 ^Jlrfd). 

A short -, e ber Rnirp* —-foot, 6 
bie laudjente. --gut, ber OJf afltorm . - 
hole, e ba4 'Uridflod). -smart, [25pt.] 
ba6 iJloljfraut. [fen fein, jijgcrn. 

To hang an — , jun'irf biciben , ucrbrtr= 

Arsenal, ar'siuai, (fr. W.) «. i<\6 
SIrfenal, 3eiigl)rtu8. 

Arseniac, ars^ncak oter 

Arsenical acid, arsen'ekal as'sid. 
«. [Gl^em.] tic Olrfenifriuire. 

Arsvtniate, arse'neAte, t. [(Ef)eni.] 
iai nneniffaure ®alj ; - of potash , arfe 
niffaiirefi Wewadj^laugcnfalj. 

Arsenic, arse'nik, (fr. ^.;arab 
zirnnkon; |'l)r. zarnika; gr. arsenikon; I, 
arsenieum) «. [Cljem.] ber 9lri"enif. Native 
-, bn« 9tnripigmeiit, Crystalline -, ber 
iputtenraiid). [nrrcnifaliftft. 

Arsenical, arKen'ikal,n<</. [Gijem.l 

Arseuicate, arsen'ekaie, v. a. mit 
^In'enif i<cnitifrt)en. 

Arseuious, ir%i'alu»,adj. [(F^etn.j 
unpoUfommcn .irfeniffnner; - acid, bie (uns 
uollfiMUinene) 9lrfeuirtrtiire. 

Arsenite, arse'nSte. #. [(Fijem.] nn< 
uollfpinmcn arreniffoure* iSnIj; 9IrKnifraI,i ; 
- of copper, anVnifgcfiuierteS Jtiipferialj. 

Arshine, ar'sli'n, «. (9{u&i.J bie 
9Irfd)ine (ungef. = 2 Siig, 4 3ol'.). 

Arson, ar»n, (fr. ii3.) «. [9{ed)t«iVr.] 
bie Wortbreunfret. ['» Be. 

Art, art, jroeite ^erf. Praei. Indie, u. 

Art, (lilt, ars; id. cerx; ir. ceard) «. 

I. tie ^iinil UM6 roI(f)e). 2. bie fiiiiiiT, Qif. 

»rf)i(flid)feir; i bie Jeinfjeit, 2Jerfd)l.igcn^eit, 

Jiiinil. 3. (®i)(lem v. Sfegeln) tie fiuiijl. 4. 

tie fiiinfl, 3emniit4 fflefuinmutg aii« ben 

(i)enrt)r«jrigen jii erfenncii. 

3. In America, literature and the elegant 

arts must grow up side by side 

with the coarser plants of daily 

necesfcity. W. Irviwb. 

Master of- 8, ber OTagijIer ter frcien 
.Runfle. The black -, tie i"d)iuarje Snn|7. 
By -, fl'inilltd), tiuvd) filllljl, A man of -, 
fin in feiner ^niijl eriMljrener -J^ann. Tlie 
liberal - s, tie freicn Jftuiifte. [ter »eini0. 

Artemisia, anemuh'ea, «. [!8or.J 

Arterial, antreal, adj. jii ben 



AllT 

fjaften, $nl«nter . . . [^TJuf^'aficrn. 

ArteriOMS, arti'reus. adj. ycUi'r 

Arteriotomy, ariereot'ome, (gr.) 
*. tie >lMil?iitrroffniing. 

Artery, ar'tuie, (gr. arteria) *. tie 
^iiU'nter, Sd)Iiigatcr. 

Artful, arr'ful. adj. I. tiiuiHid), 
finnri-id), fimitrcirf). Dryden. 2. fiUwlUd), 
erfilntlelt. Johksok. 3. frf)lnn, fein, liifjii. - 
rtdr. A.rt'fu lly, 1. fi"iu|llid), fi'inrcid), 
mit .^iinit. 2. mit 2i|l, fein, liflig. 

ArtfialueSS, ar'Uulnes. s. 1. tie 
(^)erd)irflid)feit. 2. tie Srin|lli(()fcit. 3. tie 
(3d)liiuf)eit, Jfiiiljeit, 2itl. 

ArtiiritiC, art/nit'ik, ^ adj. 

Artliritical, art/irit'ekal. \ l^Vieb.] 

1. ju ten (Selenfen ge()otig. 2. giditifil), nr« 
rljrirird). [ [-TOeb 1 tie (i)i(t)t. 

Artltritcs, artuAAa, (gr. 2C.) *. 

Artltrodia, an/no'dea, (gr.) *. I. 

[2Jnnt.] tie p[ad)e, bcii)eglid)e.<tnod)eMfiigung. 

2. [•J?atiirg.] eine 9Irt .Jl~ri)ilnfle. 
Arthur, ar'i/mr, s. I. [ij?iinie] 2Ir» 

t^nr. 2. f - 's chace, ter milte Oiifler. 

Artichoke, ar'letshoke, (fr. arti> 
chant)*, tie *3lrti|"c^0(fe. .lerusalem--, 
tie &rtartifrf)0(fe. —-suckers, tie 91rti» 
fdjurfenableger. 

Article, ar'tckl, Ctat. articulus) *. 
I. (-llnnt.] tafi (5)elenf. 2. ter 9Jl'Mtj, ^M- 
rrf)nitt (eine« iSiidje* ic. ). 3. ber (Oilaw 
ben«o 91rtife(. 4. bai ©tiirf, bor 'rpnnfr; 
lljeif. 5. ber (S)egen|lnnb, Qlrtifef. 6. f tiT 
Seitpunft, 91iigcnb(i(f. Claresdon. 7.. [Si't.] 
tiai ®e(enf, 6)Iift, ter (yelenfabfa^j. Milnb. 

8. (iJrnnim.) ter •Jlrtifel, ba« ®efd)ted)t6mort. 

9. tie ^Bebingiing. 

4. Upon each — of human duty. Paley. 
The articles which compose the. 

blood. Parwix. 

5. Salt is a necessary — . Webster. 
At the — of death, in ber (e^ten Stunte, 

im ®terben. - by -, ^nnft fi'ir ^iinft, 
pnnftiucife. A soul of great —, eine ©eele, 
bie grege Dinge fogt. Shak. 

Article, i>. a. l. artifehueife oiif5cid)nen, 
abfnfTcn, portrngen , ntifjiiljlen, tnrlegen. 2. 
(against) fc^riftlic^ nnflagcn, gcriri)rit(^ yer; 
fplgen, belangen, gcgen ©inen ucrfnijren (for, 
wegen). 3. (to) foiitraftmngig binten (nn). 

1. To — the errors or follies of man. 

Tavi.or. 

2. He shall he articled against in the 

High Court of Admiralty. Slat. 33. 
George 111. 

3. To — an apprentice to a mechanic. 

Webster. 

Article, p. n. pergfeit^^iueife iltcr! 
einfiMiimen, 'Betingiinnen iiiiic^cn, 9>cr» 
gleic()i'piinfte (iiifffOcn , betingcn, (lipulircn. 

Articular, artik'ular, adj. tie &(: 
Icnfe ot. (iJlicter betrcffent. - disease, tie 
0)lieterfranfl)fit, (i)id)t. 



Articulate, amk'ulAte. Hat.) adj. 
1. [Olnrtt.] tie (iJelcnfe I't. OJlieber bcrreffciit, 
(iJlicter . . 2. [<5)ot.] gcglictert, fiiorenweife 
abgefetjt. 3. perneljmiid), teiitlid) angegeben, 
rein, perne^nibnr, flar, arrifiilirt (ionezo. 
4. t artifeliueife nu^getriirft, perrl)eiir, abt 
Browk. 
I. arrifnliren, 



gerljciir. 

Articulate, 



<piil«atern geijijnfl, iu ben '^ul^obern enti | beutiic^) au^ipredjeii (t&ne jo. 2, t urri* 



56 Fate, far, fall, faf. M^ met. Flno. fin. N6. n)6%'e. n6r. ght. oil, rl^i'iil. Ti'ihf. tuh. fnll. t//in, THis. 



ART 

frfireifc nftfnfTcn, <jcnnii nlI#d^(1^^erfc^e^. 
Shak. 3. t a3eDiiifliin(if!i niddjen. Shak. 4. 
[2Iii(it.] jiifniiimenfiigen. Smith. - v. n. 
fliir, 6eiitl!(l) !prrd)cn. 

Articulately, anik'ulatele. adv. 
1. i>frni'l)tulid), biiitlid). 2. nrtirelii'fife. 

A rticwlateness , artik'ulatencs, 
#. Die rii'iitlicf)ffit, 95iTiu*hntf'nrFi'ir. 

Articulation, anikula'ahun. «. 
1. [9liint.] tic ilnrcficnfufliinn, ©lieterfudc 
23frnlicffrimg. QnivcY. Cote. 2. [SSot] 
bcr Jlniitfii, CnS OJcttnf, bie 93ergliebcriinfl, 
bcr SH\}f<\t). 3. [03rniiim.] hie 9lrtifuIntiDn, 
Sluefpmd^e (D. SB&rtern.). 4. tie 2lrtcfuln» 
tion, bcr 'OJiitlniitcr. 

Artifice, ar'tcfis, ctnt. s. 1. f bte 
^uii(l, e5errf)icfltd)feit. 2. bieSIrglifl, Xpinter. 
li|l, bcr luiiiilflrijf. 

Artificer, artif'fesur, (fat. artifex) 
*. 1. fccr iiiiniller; 5?nnbivcrFcr, SIDetfmci; 
(Icr. 2. ± bcr ©rftnbcr, ©d)6pfer, ©tiftcr, Ur: 
l)fbcr. MiLTOK. 3. t fccr liflio^, PffPflc 
gjteiifcf); IniifenbfunfKcr. Ben Joniom. 

Artificial, artelish'al, adj. 1. fi'infl: 
lid), funflrtid), fttinreid). 2. erfuii|Te(t, fiinfl. 
lirt) (Ifjnineii k.). 3. fi'inillicf) (nid)t m-- 
turlid), iincf)flcnifld)t, burrf) ^unfl bcrritct, 
ni(t)t inlnn^i^(t)). -arguments, (9f()ct.] nu6 
fiinfllic^cn 93Drnu6fe^iingen n'"Ji^<lf"e ©djriifTe. 
-lines, [fflcptn.] fiinitlirf)!- Siiiicn, ^iinfl: 
linicn. - luunbers, bie l!pnnritf)nten. — per- 
sons, (?\cd)t^ri)r.] i\W)\ii}d)( "iperiViicn. 

Artificial, «. ta6 Grjeunnif; ber 
fiimjl. [bie 5tiitiflli(^ffit. Shenstome. 

Artificiality, anetislial'leti, #. 

Artificially, Inefislialle, adv. 1. 
1 tiimlliri). 2. li|ti(], mm 

Artificialness, anefish'alnl*. «. 

1. bie Aliinillirt)feit. 2. bie Sift, ®d}laiif)eit. 
Artificious, artciisli'us, adj. fiinjli 

Itd>, nnrfineiiiiic{)t. 

Artillery, arlil'Iiirri. (fr. artillerie) 
t. 1. bie Slriidcric , ta6 Wefdjiitj. 2. bie SltJ 
tiflcrie, bnS 3lrtiUeriefL>rp«. 3. bie 9lrtiUcric, 
©efcf)i"i^fiiinT. 4. t bie SBnffen. 5. t tai 
€d)icf;Q(wei)r. 

A r t i 1 1 e r y - ni e n , bie Slrtifleriften. 

Artisan, ar'tezSn. (fr. W.) *. 1. ber 
Suiiltler. 2. ber 5?niibmcrfer. 

Artist, ar'tist, (fr.) t. 1. berfiunfller. 

2. ber .tiiiiiiTi'erjlnnbifle. 

Artless, artles, adj. I. fiin(T(p« 
(plntt, \ti)le<i>t). 2. fiiii|1lo«, mtuvWd), un-. 
fleftinflelt. Pope. — adv. Art'lessly, 
(uniting. 

Artlessness, arj'lesne*, t. 1. bie 
iluiiilli>finf'''t- 2. bie (5-infnd)l)cit, (35ernb()cit. 

Arts-man, arts'man. (. « ber OH-- 
lefjrte. Shak. [a. jcrrcigcii , jerfliicfeln. 

Artuate, ar'tslnlale, (lilt, arms) v. 

Arimdelian , ari'mde'lcan. adj. 
-marbles, bie atrimterrdjcii , Dyforb'fd)en 
gr^nnmirt.-ifcln , vir'Trfje (FIjronif. 

Arunilinaceous,aiun(icna'iilius, 
(fnt ariiiido) adj. rol;rnrtig , |"d)ilfnrti(j, 
9?oJ)r.... 

AvnndineouS, arund'n'eus, adj. 
mtt 31<A)\' Ob. (£d)ilf beiundjfen , fibUftci. 

Aruspex« arus'peks, (Int.) «. ttt 
5!Bnf)rfnacr. Drydem 

Aruspice, arus'pUe, (teutorf, yrf; 
2t|jiDp. arwe, Ui iSttt)) «. [alt. 9iom] ber 



ASC 

jDt'ferTOn^rfnner, ^nnifpej:. 

Aruspicy, ariis'pese. t. tia6 ^a^v- 
frtflen (mi ben ©-ingeiiieiben berlljiere). 

As, ai, (perf. asa, gr. Iios, luie; fr. 
aiissl) adv. u. conj. 

1. IVie, fr rcie (in the like manner). Do 
as you are commanded, tl;u', wit moil bir 
befteljft. 

2. * (fur that) bag. The relations are 
so uncertain as they require a great deal 
of examination. Bacoh. 

3. * (fi'ir as if) ait ivetin, nl« o6. He lies, 
as he his bliss did know. Waller. 

4. mnfjrenb, ba, nB, wic, fobalb nl«. He 
trembled as he spoke. Dryden. 

5. (ediptifrf)) ber, bie, bai, welc^er, iueld)c, 
ive((^e$. Appoint to office such men as 
deserve public confidence (ailflatt such men 
as those who). Webster. 

6. (eiti 93cr()nrfni6 ntiieifienb) je. in ge- 
neral, men are more happy, as (tim |V 
<]lu(flicf)er, je) they are less involved ir 
public concerns. Webster 

7. (a5er()(ei(l)iing nii^bn'irff nb) al6, fo, Jvie 
As soft as silk, fo neiclf a\6 ©eibe. As 
black as ink, fo fd)i«nri (vie I)inte. —cold 

- ice, fl) fnit tvic QU. - big again, nod) 
einmnl fo birf. As well as, fo gut ali, fr 
mie, fo luofjl n(S and). 

8. (beifpiel^iveife) «li. Many beasts a a 
lions, tigers etc., cicle rofiben ^Ijiere, nl^ 
ob. J. 95. Soiwn, liger ic. 

9. (eine nnljere ©igenfrfjaft anbeutcnb) nl«. 
This young gentleman lives with me as a 
companion. 

10. (bebiiigunnsjroeirc) wenn, fpfern, A s 
you love me, ivenii ©ic mid) (ict'en. 

11. (benffirunb angcbeiib) tueil, bn, inbem. 
As B. is unable to pay, ta B. nid)t beini) 
(en fanii. 

12. As... so, niie... fo. Prov. As is 
the beginning, so is the end, ivie bcr 91n: 
fntig, fo tai G'libe. 

13. (25erg(eid)iing?-fn^e mit einanber ucr; 
binbenb) as... as, fo... nI5. As rich as 
mean, fo rcid) oIS iiiebcrtrnd)tig. A» many 
as there are. fo oiel iljrer rtiit^ ftiib. — ricli 
-he is, fo rcid) er oiid) iti. f. No. 7. 

14. (ocrftd)crnb) fo ivnijr aU. As 1 live. 
fo ivaljr id) Icbei 

A s far a s , in fo fern , nlff. As for . 
as to, in 5?infid)t, in 9lnfel)iing, in 25e; 
treff, na& betrifft. As yet. b\& jc^t, hod). 
As what? nun, mat? As though, ali 
ivenn, a(S ob. As it were, gleidjfnni. As 
how? loie? nbcr n'ie? A s this day. Ijeitte. 

— for example, juni SScifpiel. [bn* 9lg. 

As, (Int.) J. [9?om. &mid}t u.'^Kiiiiic] 

Asa-dulciS, f. Bemoin. 

Asa-fetida, as.safet'cda, a. (Onb. 
$nrj) bcr Icufeisbrecf. 

Asarabacca , Issarablk'ka , t. 
[23ot.) bic^nfcliouri. [nrtig, imoerbreiiiilid). 

Asbestine, azbes't'n, adj. aibefl: 

Asbes'tiuite , «. ['OTinernlg.) bcr 
©trnlitilein. Kirwan. 

AsbestOJS, azbes'tus. (gr. 953.) diud) 
Asbes'tus, Asbest',) «. [«5J?inern(g.] ber 
91«befl, ©teinftntt)*. False -, bcr unadjte 
JJeberalann. 

Ligniforni -, ber ^ofjartifle 91«befJ. 

AscariSy akka'ris, pi. Asearides, 



ASC 

askar'edez, (gr.) *. [3oo(.] ber ©pHlwiirm, 
9funbn>urm. . [fd)ief, feitainrt^. Shak. 

AsCaimt, askant', adv. '^ (|Ucr, 

Ascend, assend', ((nt. ascendere) 
V. a. I. bcfleigen, eriTeigcn (eincn 58num ic.) 
2. ± beflt'igcn (brn il^ron zc). 

Ascend, i*. n. i. ao, ju, in) flcigen, 
nHfiTeinen,l)innuf|leigen, (jinnufgoljen, Ijinaufs 
fntjrcn, nuffnhren. 2. t do) a) gdangcn 
(}u). b) ()inniifrfid)cn, l;innufgefien, juriirf* 
geljen, gel)cn (bi« ju, bi« auf). 3. (9ltlron.] 
auftlfiflfn (I'on ©tcrnen). 4. [•TOuf.] (leigcn. 

Ascendable, assen'dabi, adj. n» 
(leigbar, eriTeigltd). 

Ascendant, asslu'dlnt, adj. l. 
I'iberu'iegenb, iiberlcgen. 2. [Slilrol.] nuf« 
(Itigenb. 

Ascendant, ». I. (over) bie lle6cr> 
Icgcnijeit, OJeionlt, ftr (5-inftii(5 (liber Oetnanb). 
2. ber ajermnnbte in anfi^eigenter Sinic. 3. 
t tie ^bi)e, G'rl)nbenl)eit, G-rhetniig. 4, 
[9lflroI.] ber (5)eburt«flern, ©tnnb ber &u 
flirne in ber ®eburt«|lunbe. 

To have the - over.. , ^incm uberlegen 
fein, &tnen bc()errfd)cn , i"if>erfcl)cn. 

Ascendency, asxen'dense, «. bte 
(\)eiualt, bcr g-inffug (over, ilber). 

Custom has an — over the understan- 
ding. ^ Watts. 

Ascending", assen'ding, ;>. pmea. 
luifiteigenb. (9l|tTon.] - star, bemufileigenbe 
Stern. — latitude, bie niifileigcnbe a^reite. 
- node, ber nufflcigenbe Snotcn. - vessels, 
I9lnat.] bie niifitcigcnben ®cfii(fc. - line, 
bie aiiftfcigenbe ((i)efd)lcd)t5:) Cinic. 

Ascension, assen'-shini, (lat.) «. I. 
bie 91ufffll)rt, bn« ipinniifileincn, 9liif|leigen. 

2. (^^l;l)f.) ba^ ©teigen, 9Juf|leigen (be» 
2Bnffere, £lHcrtftl6er6 k.). 3. [d^riftt. fRtl.] 
bie ipiniinelfnl;rt (Et)ri)ti. — -day, ber ^im» 
iiiclfnljrt^tng. 4. (fcl;(crf)iift) bn* nuffleigenbe 
Ding; vaporous — s. nufilcigciibe Diinfie. 
5. [Sljlron.] bie 9Iuf|leiguiig. Right -, bie 
gcrnbe9luffleigung eine* P)e|lirne, 9feftn|l:cn< 
fion. Oblique-, bie fd>iefe 9liif|leigiing. 

Ascensional, assensliunal, adj. 
['llflron.J - difference, ber 9Uifileigiingsinit 
terid)ieb. Chaimbers. 

Ascensive, ass£n'*iv, adj. nuf» 
fleigi'iib, 91iif|leigiing*... Johkn.ofSciejice. 

Ascent, assent'. (Int.) * I. ba* i^im 
nufftcigen, Sliifflcigcn, bie ^luffahrt. 2. ber 
9lnfgang, bie 9lnffnl}rt (9!Beg , '•PMtel jiiin 
9tiif|lcigen !c.) ; (in engcrrin Siiinc) tie Irrppe. 

3. bcr ipfigel, bie 9ln^i:>l)e, i>ol)e. Addisqh. 

4. ba* jn()e 9liif(lcigcn, bie 9liiifnhrf. 5. (bie 
(J-rl)i3()iing, ber Oirai btr (vrl)i<I)iing eine* 
<?)cgcnflaiite*) bie 9Juffnl)rt, tcr Sliifgang. 

5. A road has an — of live degrees. 

Webster, 
Ascertain, avslnane', (int. ad 
certuni) v. n. I. gfn>i^ ntnd)en, nii|}er3n'ei« 
fcl fel)cn, bnrthun. 2. fid) orrgi'tiMifrrn (oon 
(s-tivn*). 3. fid) ciner(£art)c oerfid)orn. 4. fe(l> 
fe^en, bc|liniincn. 5. f (mit cinem giirioort> 
oergemiffcrn , t"t&crieii9en (of, poa). 6. 6e> 
fraftigcn , bcljnupten. 

1. The divine law ascertains the troth. 

HoOKCB. 

2. To — the weight of a commodity or 

the purity of a metal. WEBsTim. 

3. The ninistry, in order to — a aii^*> 



Thtp. f?.r. lall. f«t. I\U, met. Fine, fin. N6, move, n6r. trol. 6il. rl5A«J. Tt"il»»'. u\h. fii!|. i/W,,. Tllia. 57 



ASG 

I •■ rity in the House of Lords, persua- 
ded the queen to create twelve new 
peers. Smou-BTt. 

4. The uiildness and precision of their 

laws aiicerlained the rule and 
measure of taxation. Gibbon. 

5, To — OS of the goodness of our work. 

Drydex. 

j% jtCf^rtainabley asserti'aabi, adj. 
bcilinimbiir. 

Anct^rtainer, a»»ertA'Bur, *. btr 
iBeiTiHtmr nOe ; ^bfl).1llprfl^^e. 

Ascertaininentf as«ertane'nient 
t- I. tit ^ethmniunii, 5f|irel>uiin. '2. bie 
SfrgfwifTtnnig, Uci>fr\cu<iiing. i. 6ie ©c 
reieijrit. 4. 6ie 9{i(^rrc^iiur, iJiorm , (fcilo 
Seffltl. lberd)rtulirf) 

Ascetic, asset'ik, (<)r.) adj. aitetiidi. 

Ascetic, #. 1. btr «4cet, ©trena 
frpiiimt. 9. pi. bie (lTbauiiM!i?f4>rift^" 
8liib.id)tebiid)« (bf« I). 25flfiliu« ic). 

AsciailSf as'*^a»^- ^lot- a»cii) «p' 
[WfOflr.) bie iint'djiUtiflfti i56lfer. Bailev 

Ascites, asuJ'tii, <nr. «»kos) « 
I^Rrb.) biiSWclbwnfTer, bie ajnurfjiuflfrrttudjt. 

Ascitic, asiii'ik, } adj. baud)' 

Ascittcal, as.ii'ikaj. ^roiijTfri"u(1)tifl. 

AscititioUN, a»%eiish'Ui, (lilt, a* 
ettus) adj. I. liiniiitiefii«Jt' lufleiefjt. 2. jii: 
f«(li(j. 3. nngcnoimmii. 
3. Homer lias been reckoned an —name. 

FOPE. 

AscieplMd, akkii'p^ad, «. ['^otul 
btr nfflrvMnbnrfic iSfr«. 

Ascribable, askribabl, adj. iii- 
f<J)ret6bar, jiiiurtl)reibcn. 

Ascribe, ai.kiibe', (Int. .nscribere) 
•. a. \uichrtibtn, brilffli-n, btiniffien. 

Ascription, askrip'»liuii, #. bie 
3iir(f)reibiin(i, !»«iimiTun<i, a)filc(iunfl. 

Ascriptitious, askripii»lrus, ndj. 
(5?fub(ilfi)|lemj iugeidjnfbeii (u. 2eifttivfli<t)- 
tifltn). 

Ase, ass, (I'tf^ott) bie lird>e. 

Ash, ash, (anoeir. i>»c; ban. ask; 
lipn. essche; ruff yassen) t. I. bie 6\{i)t. 

i. bai e'fit)enl}p|j. 3. ber ®d)aft. 

Mountain - ash, bit 95l)flflbffrc. 
A s h - k e y s. bie (J|"(j>biium/al>4)e»- --tree, 
tie Q\d)t, ber &rcf)fiibniim. --weed, 
(«pt.) ber Wei6fii#, Wicr(<^. 

Asli, adj. nu6 (S-fdjni^orj, e("<f>rii. 

ANliaiiM^, asliinie', v. a. t>erd)iunen. 

Asliainetl, ashA'med, (ail()Cir. ges- 
eamian) tiilj. bei'd)iiuit. 

To be - (of), fid) fct)nmen ( G-iiicJ , eincjt 
6a(^). To be half -, jlrt) nil -lijauci \A)a- 
nun. To make any one-, bnd)aiiiiil iG"iiicil). 

Aslieu, aKh'shen. adj. tidfcn. 

Asltes, asii.'ix. (anai-lf. atca ; (]litl). 
•tga ; 1)11(1. asch ; fd)iu. anka ; billl. aske ) 
a. pi. 1, Me 'U\ci)t. 2. i u. II (ber ti'bteilor= 
i:iT) bie •JJi^e. 

To burn to -, ti\m<t)eTn. 

Ash -color, bie'41id)torbe, bn^Wf^nrii". 
Ash -colored, afcDfiirblf]. nrd)<ir>lll. Ash- 
fire, [(Fl)etit.) bie e-nurirmuiifl biird) Ijei^c 
Ut'<t)e. A s h h o I e , ba6 'Ul'd)enlod). Ash- 
pan, bfl« SJfcfeenfni. Ash-wednesday, 
ber Wfd)ermittiwd). Ash- weed, (aut.J 
ber (9ei«fu6. 

Asltlar, aah'lSr, •. btr 8}ru(^flein. 



ASK 

A^ltlerin^, ash'luring, ». l^ttbit.] 
b«6 (S(t>aliuert unter beiii Dndje. Emcyc. 

Asliore, ashore', adv. 1. «ui lifer, 
am Saube. 2. nn'* UfVr, nn'6 2anb. 

A ship -, ein geilrnnbeteg , gefd^eiterte^ 
(£d)iff. To get -, anlnnbcii. To go -, an'6 
Snnb (leigen. 

Ashy, ash'e, a4j. 1. af<f)'i(i. 2. aid)-. 
forbig, nfdjgrau. [bhiM. Shak 

Ashy. pale, adj. flfcftgrau , nfc^farbig, 

Asia, a'xliea, «. [®eogr.] iUrien. 

Asiarclt, i'zheirk, «. ber 'ilflnrc^ 
Dbcrvricfler. 

Asiatic, azhiat'ik, ) .. ^-„j.^ 

_ . ;, , ■» J adj. a\iati\a). 

Asian, a'zhean, ) 

Asiatic, «. ber 91f((it. 

Asiaticisin, Ixheat'es'xm, t. bie 
iJ?iid)al)ii]uiig ber nfinti|(t)eii SScife ob. 2Jrt. 

Aside, aside', (a $rfr. U. side) adu 
1. feitmiirt^; abiuiirtf. 2. au| bie @eite, bei 
Seite. 3. fur fid) (fprecljen K.) ; befonber^. 

2. Let us lay — every weight. Bible 
To lay -, I. iBi-glegcn, ablegcn, bei ©cito 

legen. 2. l a) S-iiien veriind)ltirf[gen , nid)t 
rtd)teit„ b) flufgeben (ein 25pr^nbeii). To 
set -, 1. lueglegen, bei @eite legen, lUif: 
Ijeben, nuffparen. 2. t nui)nel)inen. To 
take any one — , 6'iiien bei 8eite jicijrii. 
To put i>b. to lay — a garment, ein Meii 
iiblegcn. To go -, || uiMn '•^Jfnbe ber lu- 
gcnb abiueic^en. To set-, (9{e(l)t<srpr.J nuj: 
l)eben, i>ernic()ten, ungultig mncf^eii. 

Aside, ». IbioTU, bie ber Sd^ouipielcr 
fur fid) fprid)t. (berlDlpel, (yiuipd. Mason. 

AsineQ°0, asscne'go, (fp. asnico) j. 

Asinine, as'senine, ^ adj. 1. ju 

Asinary, as'sinaie, ^ einem@i'e( ge; 
Ijurig. 2. f efel^nft. 

Asit, ask, (angelf. ascian, acsian; 
Ijoll. eischen; ir. ascaiiu, gr. axioo) v. n. 
1. (of) t)ti(<t)ttt, bcge^ren, oerlnngen, fprberii 
(©tiua* Don©inem). 2, frngcn (Oemmiben; ; 
(riiicn frngen nnct) Gtma&. 3. erl)eird)in, er= 
forbern. 4. einlnben Cjemnnbcn; (to, ju>. 3. 
bitten (G-inen uni ©ti»n«). 

3. The exigence of a slate asks a much 

longer time to conduct the design to 
maturity. Aduison. 

4. To — guests to a wedding or enier- 

tainnieiit. VVcbstek 

To — again i>b. to — back again, juriirf; 
fi'rbcrii. To - leave, urn G-rInubni& bitten. 
To - a question, ftogen , eine groge tljuii. 
To - people in church, S^crlobte (tu&nifcil 
i<b. aufbieteu. To - one a thousand par- 
duns, ©iiien tnuienbnifll uni 2Scricil)uiig 
bitten. What price do you -? roie utcl for; 
bern ©ie? wa6 foflet t&t To - one s ad- 
vice, einen urn diatt) fnigen. - me never 
so much dowry , || forbcri uur gctrojl i'du 
uiir 'Wiorgengrtbe. 

Asli, e. n. I. (for) bitten (nnn, Qt' 
WiU uerlangen. 2. (for u. after) frdacn, fid) 
erriinbigeii (uot^). 

Asiiance, Iskanae', 1 adv. I. feit^ 
Asiiaunce,^ ( ivart«, i>i>u 

Asiiant, askant', ? ber ©eite, 
Asi<aunt , } fc^ief, iiucr, 

uberjiuerd). 2. quer, quer uber. 

1« eye any one -, ©incn fct)irf nnfet)fn. 
To look at any one -, ^iiieiit eiiwn @ci: 
tcnblicf gebrii. 



ASP 

Asl^cr, ask'ur, *. 1. ter SBittenbe. 2. 
ber 3-r(igenbe, Jrager. , j 

Asi^er, *. bie 2Dafiercibed)fe. 

Asite'M', askii'. (bt\ll. skiaev; Itofl. 
stlieef) adv. fcitiunrts ; i>iMi ber Seite, ubers 
Snnd), |'d)ief, guer (maiidjni.il ,3orii, ajerad)* 
tiing anbeiitenb). 

Asliing-, as'king, *. 1. bie 2>itte. 2. 
bie Srage. 3. ba6 a3ege()reii, bie Jorberung. 

Asl4leut, (fd)Dtt.) f(f)ief, quer, uun 
ber (Seire, fd)riig. 

Aslalie, aslake', (fliigelf. aslaci.-ui) 
V. a. t ilintii, biimpfi'M, ififiVn, inilbern. 

Aslani, asla'ni, *. eine Silbermuiiit 
(=115 bis 120 9irper). 

A.«lant, aslant', (a ^rfr. u. slant) 

Hdj.vti.adv.\(i)vi\<i, fd)ief, ui'H ber ©eitc, quer. 

Tlie shaft drove thioiigli his neck — . 

Dkvoer. 

Asleep, asleep', (nngelf. geslapng;j, . 
adj. i>b. adv. 1. fd)liifenD, itii Sc^lafe. 2. § 
fitdiifenb, toit. 

To fall -, einr(f)Mfill. To make -, fin* 
fd)Iii|ern. To be ob. to lie -, fd)I(ifcn. 
Fast -, in tiefein (Sd)Iafc licgeiib. His foot 
was -, ber 5ii0 iwor i()ni ciiigcri^iiifen. 

Aslope, aslope', (a ^rfr. n. slope) 
adj. Pb. ndv fd)lff, nbfdji'iiTig, ini ^Hbljnnge. 

Aslug-, asliig', adv. f trrtge, frtlll, 
fd)U'crfii(lig. Fotherby. [+ unfDrperlid). 

As<»inatOUS, aso'inauis (gr.) adj. 

Asp, asp, ) (gr. u. lat. aspis) «. 

Aspic, as'pik, \ l.bie^Jiiitter. 2. Asp 
and) fiir A s p e n ob. a s p - 1 r e e , f. A s p e n. 

AspalathllS, as|>al'a:/ii'is, (gr.) «b 
[aH>t.) 1. bnS iliiitfc^enljinj, 3{l)Pbifirl)olj. 2. 
bie 3eri(^urpfe. [bats 'ilfparagin. 

Asparag-in, aspar'ajin, *. [Gljem.J 

Asparag-iis, aspar'agits, ((at. u. 
gr.) *. ber ©pnrgel. 

Aspect, as'pekt, (fr. 2B. v. lat.) ». 
I. + ber "Jlnblicf, bie G-rblirfimg. 2. bie 91n. 
fi(f)t (9{id)tuiig, ©eltc). 3. ba(5 aiiifeljen, 
i!Ui5|"el)en, (iJcfi(f)t, ber SJlirf, Me -iBt'iene. 4. 
[•Minimi.] ber iMfpef t ; ;>/. blcJirpfffca (<3(i)ein, 
-;^laiietenilctliiiig). 5. i a) ber ^JliVeft, bi« 
>Oe}iel)ung, bo6 25erl)nltiii)j. b; bae <;id)f. 

2. My house has a sontix-rn — . Weustek. 

3. b) To present an object in its true -•, 

or under a double — . Websteb. 

To the south aspect, nuf ber Suffeite, 
grgen ©liben. The various — s of men, bit 
iierfd)iebeneii 91nfid)reii ber •OJtemdjcn. To 
have a fiivorable -, gut aiifi'eljfii. 

Aspect, aspeki'. u. «. f nnfehen, nn» 
bIicfeu,aiird)aucn.TE>ifi.E. |fid)tbrtr.KAi.EioH. 

AspeCtaltle, aspek'tabl. udj. f 

Aspected, aspeWled, adj. f eillfO 
'3irpefr, ciiic 'Jliifid)t Ijabeiib. B. Joksok. 

AspeCtion, aspuk'sliun, ». f bet 
2liil>litf, ipinbiitf. Brown, 

A.spen, as'pcn, \ (()o((. esp; nngelf. 

Asp, asp, ^ aespe; bilU. asp) 

*. bie (S-fpe, 3'trf rpapprl. -tree, bie &)>» , 

Aspen, adj. efpen. iBacuh. 

Asper, as'pur. iU\t. <ID.) adj. raut). 

Asper, I. [(sjranim.j ber Slfper, loA 
ft^arfe ^gud)ieirf)en. 

Aspekr, «. [lurf. ^TCrinie] ber Slipet. 

Asperate, as'peiaie, (I. asp<rare)». 
a. mill) Pb. uneben niad)rn. 13Caiihiiind)eii. 

Asperation, aspera'shun, *. biK 



58 FAte, ffir, f?.II, fat. ML met. Fine, fin. IS6, m6ve, n6r, got, 6il, c\6M. Ti^he, tub, full. t/»in, Tins.' 



ASP 

jtspergfoire , aspergoir', a. t 
[Rati). ^ird)c] 6er aSei^iuebel. 

Asperifoliate , asplrcfo'leate, 
Clat asper il. toliiini) adj. [fdot.] tJltt Mils 
^cn, untbeiien 33!iUtern. Miine. 

Asp«rifoIioilS, asperefo'Ieus.mV. 
[95ct.] niit raiiljeii iMiittiTii, r(iu(;(MiUrcrin. 

Asperity, aspei'cic. ((at. asperitas) 
*. 1. bie 9?aul;l;iit, ?{iiii()inffit ( bcr Dbcr; 
flii(i>e). 2. bie Siaiihinffit (fer Sritiinie), 
ipnrte (be^ luiicfi lO. 3. bie erf).irfe (fiir 
ben OJcrrfjmntf ) ; (Btmm. 4. ± bie raiil)c03c= 
mutfjSnrt, 9?iiiil)i(ifi'it, grrniflc, ipnrtc, bin; 
t<iuf)e Sa3crcn,9?iiul)C. Rnoeiis. 

Asperiiation, aspiMna'slnni, s. 
bie S8crnncf)lnffi(iiin!lr 2>i'nirt)nmfl. 

Asperoiis , as'peius, ailj- raul), 
Hneben. Boyie. 

Asper.se, asper«e', (I.lt. aspergere) 

1^. o. 1. befc^niiljeii, I'tTlnimibcn <bcii ^nrnf: 
ttt 5eiiiniib5). 2. t beiufrfcn, e>fiVrif}ni, be- 
fprengeu. (liiumber, (£tt)iiial)£r. 

Asperser, asper'sur, *. ber SBcr; 

AKpersion, aspei'sliun, ». l. bie 
SBefpreiiiiunfl (luit iOiifTer). Shak. 2. $ ber 
Sieiicii.SnAK. 3.bie@d)niiiluin!i,2S''rIiiiiiiibiin<i. 

To cast an - upon any one, ©ilU'lll fi; 
nen ©chaiibfTi'cf inifm-ften, niiljaiigcn. 

A*«p]tal<, astalt', ^ (flr. as- 

Awpltaltlllll, astal'tiini. ^ plialtos) 
#. ber -:i!:-vl)nlf , b.is C-rbl;ori Oiibeiipcrf). 

AsplialtiC, asfal'iik, adj. rtfpIjiK; 
tifd), i'rM)iirii(i , l•r^pl■d)i(l. 

A.spliult'ite, adj. 9Jrp()iiir eiit()nl= 
tenb, <Jlfpl)n(r. . . 

AKpllO(l<'l, asTodel. (Ut. U. (\r.) s. 

[93or.] ber 9Iffobil, bie \!U'pl)Obi(le, 'iiffi^bKle. 
- -lily, bie OlffoMdiSilie. 

Aspliiirelate.s, asd'i'iclates, (i^r. 
a priv. u. spliyra. ^rr .<pnmnicr) *. pi. bie 
util)nmmer6nreii 0?ictnfle. 

Aspliyxy, asdk'se, ((^r. asphyxia) 
«. bie ■J:obe6i>()iminrf)t, ber ©djeintob. 

Aspic, as'pik, t. 1. bie 'Tiatter. 2. 
[58pt.] bie ©piefc, ber ©pieflnueiibef. 3 
[9Irtiri.] ber 3<woIfpfiinber. 

Aspirant, aspirant, «. ber 33eiver6er, 
8Jiirucf)er, G-incr, ber nnc^ Qtwai ttn(t)tet. 

Aspirate, as'perate, (fat. aspirare) 
r. a. (Wrntiim.) I;niid)en, nfpirireii (^orte). 

Aspirate, «. n. afpirirt iverbeii. 
Tlie letter li aspirates. Drvdek. 

Aspirate, «. Ifflrnmm.] bn5 ^niirf): 
|«id)eii , ber rtipirirte 95iic^|T(ibe. 

Aspirate, ndj. [©rniiim.] nfVirtrt. 

Aspiration, aspera'slnln, t. I. 
[©rnumi.] bie "lirpirntion. 2. tai ©trebcn, 
lrfl(f)teii, fjeftine 2?crlniigcii (iinc^ ©tiDn^). 
3. [9{erin.] bie (£d)nui(f)t (after, narf)). 

Aspire, aspire', (int. aspirare) ti. n. 
I. (to u. after) ftreben , triid)ten (nnrf)). 2. 
(jeftig i>erl<iii(\en i^b. lufmrdjeii. 3. entporftre; 
btn, fi<^erf)c6eu, (leigeii, fi<^ '" bit ^'oi)t 
f(f)winjieii. 

2. Aspiring to be Gods, if angels fell; 

Aspiring to be angels, men rebel. 

Pope. 

Aspire, v. a. 1. -{■ einiirhcn, einntl)< 
men; nnnef^inen; niil)niid)en, aiiblnfen. 2. 
)ti erreid)eii i"iid)fn , erilreOeii. 3. ^ fid) auu 
fd)iv)ingeii >jii,iit). [G-iiipprilrebeiibe. 

Aspirer, aspirur, «. ber @tre6enbc; 



ASS 

Aspirins', aspi'ring, «. 1. iai Q\m 
porflreben. 2. + bie i}5uiifte — adj. empor; 
flrebenb. 

Asportation, asporti'shun, (lot.) 
». (9fed)t6|"pr.] bn^ i'er6red)erifd)c'2Begtraaen, 
5i'rtrd)iiffeii ((ie|li)l;leiier ©ad)eii). 

Asquint, askwlnt', (.IjoU. schuinte) 
adi>. I. |'d)ief', fd)eel. To look -, |'d)ieleii. 2. 

Ass, (f<i)ott.) bie -iiidje. [± |"d)etl. Fox 

Ass, ass, dual, asyn; ir. asan ; (imi. 
asen; Int. asiniis; fr. ane) s. 1. ber (i'fel. 
She- ass, bie G-felinit. 2. ± ber ©fel , 161= 
pel, Diimmfopf. [ben Siiuiiiifcpf fpiclen. 

Proo. To play the ass with one's self. 

Ass-driver, ber ©felitreiber. — -lieu'i, 
bei- ©i"e(!5fopf , Sunimfopf. --like, ei: 
neiii (f-rel nljiilid). Sidney. 

Awsail, assale', (fi:. assaillir) i;. a. 

I. niinreifen, niifnllen; liberfntleii, beiliirmen, 

bcrfunen (eiiic 'Jeile, ben JJeinb jc. ). 2. i 

nngreifen , beiliirmcii. 

2. Nor hide the encounter of a ss ai I i n g 

eyes. Shak. [greifbnr. 

A.«sailable, assa'lahl. adj. an-. 

Assailant, assa'iant,ai</. nngreifeiib. 
- «. ber Slngreifer. 

Assaiier, assa'lur, *. ber 9Ingreifer, 
niigrcifeiibe Il)ei(. [fdi. Johkson. 

AssaillllC'^llt,assale'nient,«. bCr^Xn: 

A.ssapanie, assapan'nik. s. bait 
flieneiibe (S-ii1)l)i.'riu1)tii. [(=5 ^intcn). 

Assaron, as>aion, «. ein l;ebr. ^))Jn(j 

Assart, asslif, (nirfr. assarter) s 

1. [nlteS 9{crt)tJ ber Ji-'rilfrci'cl biirt^ 3lii^= 
rDbiiitg eincr 2i}iilb|lre(fc. 2. ber nnsJgcgra-- 
I'ene 5l>iuini ; bie nii!>(ienn"iete '■lUnlbftrerfe. 

A.ssart, V. a. 1. rtiiiJornben (ibiuitnc). 

2. eiiien 5oi-|lfrci'el beneljen bind) 2Jiiigrn= 
bimg 11. 531111111(11, frci>cliib niiirobeii. 

Assa.<>Siu, a.ssas'sin, (nrnb. hassa. 
tDbten) *. 1. ber 'iDiorber, V!0?eiicf)clm&rber. 
2. [&e(d).] pi. bie SlfTnflTiien, Diener bef 
'Jllteii upin ajerge. 

Assassinate, assas'senate, r. a. 

1. ©inen nteud)liiiG» niorben, nieud)clini'rben ; 
iiKucfjeliiuirbcririf) niifoncn ober ucriuiinben. 

2. ± jerilijren, periiit^jtcn. 3. Gineiii iind); 
tleden, nufliuiern. Milton. 

Assassinate, *. f l. ber ^')hud}eU 
morb. 2. ber '')Jfciid)elmurber. B. Jonson. 

Assassination, assassena'sliiin, 
s. ber *;))teurf)elnuirb. [ber '5)ieud)eliii&rber. 

Assassinator, assa.s's^natur, « 

A.SSaSSinouS, assassenils, adj. -f 
incud)elnti3rberird). [*. t ba& ^rnten. 

Assation, Issa'slmn, (Int. assatus) 

Assault, assalt', (fr. assault, je^t 
assaut; it. assalio) s. 1. ber (Sturm; bie 
iSetlilrinuiig (einer ffeflung ic). 2. ber 'Hn- 
griff, ^ilnfnfl (upon, nuf). 3. [9{cd)t5)pr.] bie 
tl)ntlid)e 2}eleibigiing, iTrnfbnre iScleibigiinG, 
SKenli uitb fi)inboIifd)e Onjiirie, jebcr 25erj 
fii(t), jebe6 ainerbieten Oemniiben ju |'d)lngen, 
Dl)ne befyen 'jperfon ju bcriiljren, j. 93. biird) 
ein brof)enbe« aiufljebcn ber SJnnil ober be6 
j ©tprfe«. 2J3irb ber niigebrol)te®d)(ng lutrflid) 
flufigefuljrt, \o ifl bieg a battery. 

To make an - upon.., <&inen) niif'iflcn, 
nngreifen, beilt'irmen. To go -, a'.ipmi! 
binnen) Imtftg fein. 

Assault, V. a. I. btttilrmen, nnfnrien, 
nngrrifeii. 2. i a) beiliinneii. b; nngrrifrii. 



ASS 

2. a) The cry of war assaults our ears. 

Webster. 

Assaultable, assalt'abi, adj. ivu 

greifbnr. [fti'irmer, 9lngreifer, SSeleibiger. 

Assaulter, assai'tiir, «. ber 53c. 

Assay, assa', (fr. essai; niigelf. secan, 
fiid)cn; mt. sequi) *. 1. [6l)ein.] bie ^J5robe. 
2. [9{ed)tgrpr.] bie ^:}5riifiing, lliitcrfiK^iing 
(ber Rffentl. ^Jii\^e ii. &emid)te). 3. i bie 
'iprufiiiig. 4. t ber SBcrfud), f. Essay. "5, * 
ber 2Bertf) (einer 'iperle). Spenser. 

Assay-balance, —-scale, bie ^rtn 
binunge. Assay master, ber '•3)?uni« 
lunrbein , '5J5robirer. 

Assay, v. a. l. [Qfjtm.] probireii; 
to- by copelling, nbtrelben; to - by a 
piece scraped off the gold etc., bie <Sted)' 
prpbe nind)en. 2. i a) priifen, unterfiid)cn. 
b) niif bie qjrobe |Mlen. c) ^ u. t einlnben 
(to. jii). Shati. 

Assay, v. n. f perfiidjen (jngeljentc.). 

Assayer,as.sa'ur,j.ber^)JJuniii>nrbein. 

Assaying-, assa'ing. *. i. bn« "^rot 
bireu. Art of-, bie q5rpbirfnn|l. 2. bet 
SSerfud). 3. ['Sniif.] ba6 25orrpie(,q3rnlubiuni. 

Assectation, asslkta'sluin, (inr.) 
i. bie Jitried)crei, Siufmnrtung, Dieii|lu'iaigfrir. 

Assecurance, asseku'ianse, > 

As.securation, as.sckiira'shan .\ 
s. t bie 25erHd)eriing. Sheldon. Bp. Halx.. 

Assecure, assekilre', V. a. f jiu 
rirf)ern. Bui.iokar. 

Assecution, as.sekii'shuii, (Int. 

assequi) s. bic GTlniigillig. AVLIPFB. 

Asseuiblag-e, asslm'blaje. s. 1. 

bie ©nminliiiig, ber SSerein, 5pnnfen (o. 
Dingen u. ^crfoiien). 2. f bns Sntnmelii, 
bieSiifnmmentlediing, 55ereiniguiig, Samiiu 
lung, SSerrnmiiiliiiig. 

Asseillblance, asslm'bllnse, «. 
t 1. bai 5luffel;en, 2lnfel)en. 2. bie SBen 
rnntnilung. Shak. Spenser. 

Assemble, asseni'bl, (fr. assembler; 
\'<i}m. sanila; Int. siniuh v. a. uerfnuunelii, 
fnniniein ; jufniumenbenifen ; jurnmmeniieljea 
(Iriippen). [jiiininnienfommeii. 

Assemble, t;. n fii^ i>er|ninineln. 

Assembler, assem'bliir, t. ber 
25errnnini!er; ber, lueldjer niit Slnbern iu» 
fnmnicnfinnnit. 

Assembly, asslm'ble, (fr. asseiu- 
ble'e) *. 1. bie ^iTfnminluiig (Smniutneiw 
funft, (Jiefedfdjnft). 2. bie (pi>litifd)e le. ) 
QSerinnitnlnng ; [>)it>rbnm.] ber geiVtjgebenbe 
Sijrper, [u. in ciiiigcn ©tnnten] bie iiiicite 
ijntnnicr, Depiirirtenfnintiier, itninmcr ber 
•Jlbgeorbnetcn. 3. + bie Snininlung (y. Din» 
gen). 4. [')J?ilit.J bie aSergnbberung. 

Dancing-, bie'lnnjgcrc(ird)nft. Assem- 
bly-room, bn^ 0)ere(ird)rtftSjiniiner. 
Riotous -, ber 9liiflnnf. 

Assent, assent', (Int. assensus; ntl). 
sena, sana, i'ibereiii|1iniinen ; fc^iu. sinne; 
beutfd), ©inn; Ijod. zin; mnl. syn; syniaw, 
bemerfen) *. bie !5eipflid)runii ; "iBiflignng; 
(to) bie Snilimmiing, 93ci|liiiimniig <\u), 
©■imuiflignng (in), (55enel)migung (einer 
©nd)C). [neljmigt lucrbcn (j. 2J. 53ill*). 

To pass the royal -, pi'in .^i^nige ge« 

Assent, ». m. (to) beiilitnnien, jUi 
Oimmeii, beipflid)tfn (eincr S.id)e), in (yt. 
Wilt einmilligen, (Srwna jngeben, geneljmu 



Fate, ffir, f^ll. fnt Mi, met. Fine. f'n. N6. move, n6r, got. 6il. d^ud. Tube, tfib. fnll. f/Mn. Triis. 59 



ASS 

§en, bcroinifieii. 

Assentation, asslnti'sliun, «. 
6ie iifiilininiunn (iiii« @c()uieid}elet pber 
fBcrileduuiii.eai^'SJfrtjtiicbtn. Chesteri'iei.d. 

Assentator, axsenla'tur, 4. ber 
®d)uieid)ler, Tindiiprcdjer. DRvotji. 

ANNentatorily , axscniauVrclc. 
ode. t (■(l)infirf)fln6 , |(t>nicicf}IiTi|'ct). Bacom. 

Aasenter, a»<>«ii'iiir. s. Cer ^ti-- 
fhmnientf. [t'fi11ln^llltM^, riinviHigfiiC. 

AsMentint;:!)' , assen'iiiiijle, adf 

Assentllicnt, aKxentiiiciit. t. i 

bie {finiinilifluiifl, iJeipflidjrim.i. Brows 

Assort, a^xeri'. dat. a»«erere) e. o. 

I. 6ei)Aupten , i>trtl)fiM(i«ii (beiahcit). '2. nn 

fpredjen cJic<tftt k.). Drvdes. .}. ' trtixtxtn 

4. freljiiiipteii, I'frt^eieiiieii, I'trftrtjreu (eineii 
^o|Un, eiiic ^JSnrtfi, ^reilji-ifeii zo. 

Assertion, atxer'sliiin . t. 1. iai 
©ffj.iiipten , tie 9>tl)iiuptiin<i; Olmprec^un*! 
(fine« '){td)ti 20. 2. Mf !Bet)aiiptuii(i (bii« 
S5pr<j«6fn, 6i< •TOfinung). 

Assertive, axscr'tlv, at!/. 6etltmtiit, 
perrmptorifc^ , nuftrurflid) , juufrfid^tlid). 
- ado. Asspr'lively, 6(jnf;en&. 

Assertor, aoner'iur, «. in 93e 
{(rtiiptrr, 95crtlpM.Kr, aJerff^trt. Drydek 

Assertory, anser'luri, a<0- tf 
^(iilptfiit), \)tTft(t)ttnt), bti(\t)tnb. Be. Hall. 

Ass<^rve,*a>»erv', (Int.) »■ a. Q-ineii 
ViitnrOii0(n, Q-intm btiHti)t\\. 

Assess, a»>eit'. (I'r. aaieolr; norm 
M(pr) V. a. 1. t><\(tf<\^tn , btHeuern, (mit 
@ttuerii) niilfflen, fdja^ni. 2. niifrtjinflfii, 
tnrttfn; beftimmfii. ftfiftt^tn (j. ^. Ceii 
6d>,^^fMf^^.1^ burrf) fin OJf('d)i»ornfn<jfrid>t). 

Assess, «. t Die <Struer, €iM9»M 
fdt(d)ttn\u\c\. [bat. 

Assessable, ax«eii'«abl, adj. iOtai}' 

Assession, aii»e»li'uii , s. f 1. tiai 
©tifi^en. 2. i bn '3tifl(\nb. ^ 

Assessionary, asKcth'unarl, adj. 
m 2.\eifiiifrii, Stciierbf«initeii <\tt)\>ti<\. 

Assessment, aisesnieni. 1. 1. bai 
©tfleuern. 2. bit ®teii«, ©(^rt^unn. 3. 6ie 
©eilininiiiiiii (bti Q<i^obtnniat}t6 Curd) b<\6 
®f/'<t)iuprMfnflfri(f)t). 

Assessor, aiaei'tur, *, I. btr 
&tunb(amtt , mt{d)tt bie @t(unn umrrot 
t. btx 95<i(i$fr (eiiK< ©rricfrt^), aiffeffiT 

5, Cbn ntbtn tintm 9tiiJ>ern f«$t, ol«) bev 
Wnd)ftf nn 2Cilrte. Miltow. 

Atisets, aiAeti', (fr. asaex; ir. latli ; 
Inf. •«•) «. pi. 1. bnr »7in(f)lng eine# 35er: 
florbtncii f)inrtid)tnb )ur lilounit btr (Sd)iih 
ben !C. ). Black«toiie. 2. bit ^abe eiuti 
|nf)fiin<i<nnfii^i<lfn ®d)iift'nfr<. Webster. 

Assever, asxev'ur, ( (Int. 

Asseverate, a»sev'er4»e, ^ a.s»e- 
verare; nnnell'. «werian; flpti). awaran) 0. 
«. (titrlid) i'iTJld)frn, 6etl)cuern, burc<> etuen 
(Sib trtfarttn. 

Asseveration, atslv^rJi'shun, «. 
We ©etfjeiininfl , eiwidje (?rf)arrim(j. 

Assident, ax'sedent, (Int.) adj. 
l^tb.] bfflleitenb. ftnfllid>. K. Charles. 

Assldiiate, ast>id'juale, adj. f 

Assifiuity, asxedu'^ie, (fnt.) t. bit 
Qmfiqttit, brr niifjniteiiBe 5fei0, bie 95ef)nrrj 
fidtreit; pi. aaiidiiitiea, bie I>ien|16es 
(Ciffenl)eit (bei'^Pcrfonen). 

Assiduous ) aiaid'jdua, a4f. eitifioJ 



ASS 

fleieig, unuerbrc(Ten , unnbtnitifl, gefrf)nftig 

— ndv. Assid'uousiy, tm\i(\ ic. 

Assiduousness, assid^juusnls, « 
bie O-mugfeit, ber %le\^. 

Assiento, asseen'to, (fvnn. asienio) 
» ber 9irnento. The assiento-company. 
bie 3iegcrljnnbcr«gerenr(^nft, airftentVgei 
ref(frf)nfr. 

Assign, assine', (fr. asslgner; ir. 
iiigliin. Int. signuni, bn* Seirfjen) v. a. I. 
nniueiiVn (etuen 'Hntf}ttl, £)rt, Qidb lo. 2. 
nuflcben (eiiien ®riiiib). 3. feilfeijen, nn= 
fcl}eii,befliniiiien(einenlng2c.).4. [Wed^tsfpr. 
u. ."onnbeli libermndjen, nbtreten, ubertrngcii, 
cebiren. 5. [iJ{ec^t«rpr.] bnrtljun, beiueifen, 
nild)iueit'eil (error in a writ etc.). 

Assig-n, 4. [9fe<^t6fpr.) bit fdemtt-. 
innd)rigte; pt. bie ^urntoren. 

Assig-nable, asaine'abi, adj. I. 
nniueiiSbnr. 2. nbtretbnr, iibertrngbnr. 3. 
[i>ied)t«rpr.] nnc^iueifibnr. 4. beitininibnr. 

Assi(^nat, as'signat, «. bad ^ilffignnt, 
Stnnt5pnpierj pi. ba6 ^npiergclb, bie 9l|7tg: 
nnten. 

Assi|;-nation, aiaign&'shun, t. 1. 
bie SBetleUung (nn eitien geu<ii7en Drt u. }ti 
einer geiuifjen 3tit), ba6 ©te(lbid)ein. 2. bie 
llebertrngung , ^Ilniueifung. 3. bie SQe^tid^-. 
nung, Mngnbe. 4. (9?ii^I.J ba6 ©tnntepnj 
pier; pi- baS <J5npiergeIb. Tooke. 

Assij^nec, atnini', aitsigne', s- 
[9?rd)t6rpr.] berSepoUinnc^tigte, 9lgent, £u= 
rntor. CowEL. - inlaw, berot)iieO)?itipirfiinn 
einer ^erion nn(f> bem (Sefc^e be|1e(Ite23ei'ull! 
mntftttgte. - in deed, ber biird) eine ^^eriVn 
beilcHte 3)euc>((nind>tigte. [2Je|1imnienbe. 

Assi||iier, assPnur, «. ber ^llnivciicr, 

Assil^'ninent, atijne'menr, s. 1. 
bie^ieilimmuMg. 2. [?eed)t«iVr.] bieiJlngnbe, 
i^efTintiniing d'. llrfndjen jc). 3. bie Qliiiuci; 
fling. 4. bie llebertrngung (einee ii3c(^i'eI6 !t.) 
5. (9?ed)t«|'Vr.J bie llebergnbe, 9lbtretuiig 
(einefi 'MntljeilS nn eiiiem (Sriinbifilcfe). 

Assilfnor, a>senur', asxigiiur', «. 1. 
ber ^Iniueifer. 2. ber llebertrngcr (eine* 
-Ii3ed)iel6 ic). 

Assimilable, ashim'elabl, adj. 
nng(eid)bnr, fid) nljniid) nindjen, nngleic^jen, 
perglndjen, nffimiliren (nfTenb. 

Assimilate, assim'elate, (tat. as- 
similare; fr. asniniiler) v. a. 1. eine ®ild)e 
einer nnbern ntjnliif) mndjen, i>frnl)nlid)en. 
2. ['iJ5l)t)fiol.] nfjlmiliren, einperleiben, nneig; 
nen (9inl)riing«fli>ffe). 3. pergleidjen. 

Assimilate, v. n. 1. nl)iilid), gleid) 

iverben. 2. l<l>l)i)fio(.] fid) niTimiliren, fid) 

eiiiperleiben, fid) nneiguen (beni Sorper); fid) 

iJtnljniitg^lli^ffe nneignen. [«. bie 91ef)nlid)feit. 

Assil>lil<tteneSS,as.siiii'iiielAteiie.s, 

Assimilation, assimmela'slniii . 
I. bn« 9Jern()Mlid)en. 2. bie 58ernl)iilid)utin, 
(5)leid)tuerbnng. 3. (<lJI)i)fiol.J bie aiffiniidv 
tion, aineignung. Mineral-, niinernlird)e 
'iliicigniing. 

Assimilative, asnim'melaiiv. ndj. 
nfftntilirenb, nrfiniilntion«fnt)ig , •Hrfimiln: 
tiDiiS..., (?ini>rrlfibiiiig«... 

Assimulate, assim'niulAte, (Int. 

a«siniulare) v. a. f ^euc^eln. 

Assimulation, assimnialA'sImn, 
M. t bie 95erilefliing, ^eiidjelei. 

Assinee-o, (port.) «. ba tltine Qftl, 



ASS 



&fe(. Shak. f. A sin ego. 

Assist, assiKt', (Int. assistere; ritfT. 
siju, fiijen; fr. aasisfer) i-. a. (S-Jiicm bei» 
Iteljen, Ijeifen, i[;ii iintfrtiritjen. (b.ibei iVin. 
As8i.st, V. n. 1. fjfifen. 2. beiiuofjnen, 
Assistance, assis'tanse. *. 1. &er 
23fitlnnb, bie ipillfe. 2. ber Oh-in'ilfe, 91mt6. 
gelji'ilfe. Shak. 3. bie 2Jniuefenl)cit, SBeinu'i^. 
niing. 

Writ of -, [WeAt^iVr.] ber gerid;)t!i(t)e 
23effl;I, bie ®erid)ti*fol(if jii leiflcn. 

Assistant, aMis'tant, adj. btiflti 
fjcnb, beljiilflid). 

Assistant, ». l. ber Slntuefenbe, 
SScgleitcr, llniileljenBe. 2. ber SBeiflnnb, 
5?elfer. 3. ber SJeifiljer, Oittjuife. 

Assister, a»si»'tur, ». ber 9JeifInnb 
Sciileiibe, iprlfrr. 

Assistless, as»i»t'les, adj. f)urflo«. 

Assize, assize', ^ (fr. assises; ir. 

Assizes, asai'zez, ^ siasair; Int. as- 
sidere) s. 1. (urfprunnlid)) eine SBcrfnmm. 
lung I'on 9{ittern imb nnbern niigcfeljeiicn 
■OKnnuern unter einent ©enniten ub. grie« 
ben«rid)ter in offentl. Slngelegenljeiten , ber 
ynnbtng. 2. [}u.e-ngl.lbn«(i)eriiit, Sniibge. 
rid)t. 3. bie®erid)te|i(^ung, ©efi'tLin, ©i^ung; 
ber fflerid)t5tng. 4. bn^- (iierdjiuoriiengeridjt, 
bie Slififen , bie 3eit ber 91bljnltiing ber ^JJift' 
fen Ob. ber Drt, nn bem fie nbgel^nlten wer* 
ben. 5. bie 95erorbnung. t bit Xnxt, "inr* 
orbnung. 7. (je^t uerborben in size) bn« 
ffleroidjt, "Wn^ (be5 '^tvbti :c.). 8. [engl. 
&t\t^] eine befcnberc Slrt fejlgcfe^ter , un« 
uernnberlidjer 9{cntcu. 

Court of -, ber 9lmfenf)of. To hold tl>e 
— a ob. tlie court of assize, bie 3(f|Ifen 
nbljniten. Assize of bread, bnfi iSrobge* 
iuid)t, bie Srobtnye. 

Assize, V. a. (bn« ®eu'id)t, SSJtaQ, 
ben ipreis obrigfeitlitt)) nnfetien , beflimmcn, 
tnriren. ||1cr, '»?nrftiH'nt. 

Assizer, a««{'iur, ». ber ^JKorftniei. 

Assizor, assi'iur, t. [@d)uttl.] ber 
®efd)H)Drne. Baile*, 

Associabllity, a.<i.s(>slieabirele, 3. 
I. bie SSereinbnrfeit, ®efi'(ligfeit. 2. \-yJttb.] 
bie aiffojiabilitnt, 3lngreifbnrteit bnrd)S))m« 
pnt^ie. Darwin. 

AsSOCiable, asso'slieabi, adj, I. 
uereinbnr, gefedig. 2. |0)ieb.]n(TLiiinbeC burd) 
©t)mpntl}ie nngreifbnr. 

Associate, asso'.<ih^ate , V. a. 1. 
jtim ®e()ulffn rb. if)eill)iU'fr niinel)incn. 2. 
&iiietn (S)fiV(!rrf)nft Inilen, (S-inen begleiten. 
3. freiiut>rd)afilid) niifiifl)tnen. 4. § lUTbinbcn, 
pcreinigen. To — oue'.s self wiih any one, 
mit (Jiiieni fid) i>fnifre(lfrt)>iffiit i'?. fi(^ in 
eine 23evbiiibiitig eiiilnffen. h. jiigcfefli'ii, bei» 
gefellen. 6. in-vbinben, Ijliiiiifiiflfn (©toffe;f.). 

Associate, v. >i. 1. cvitlo fid) i'er» 
binbeu, fid) I'crcinigcn (tnit) ; in (i)eff(ird)iift 
treten (uitt). 2. [OWcb.) biird) «Si)nipntl)ie 
nffijirt inerben. 

Associate, adj. 1. perbuiiben, pcr» 
bunbet. 2. bfigefedt, jiigi-fi-df. 

Associate, *. 1. bir (iJenof} , 'f))?tri 
gfUP^, 3lmt6griio|s, ®i'fiil}rte, (>)cl)iilfi'. 2. 
lipnnbel) ber ipnnbelSgcuop, 'JliToiie. 3. ber 
SSiinbeSgfiicg. 4. ber ■')7i'itfd)iilbige. 

AsSOCiatesllip , assAMiealesliip , 

«• bet 3uflanb ob. ba6 >2(mt eiue^ ®enp||eii. 



60 Fa«P. f"r, fall, faf. Me. met. Fine, fin. N6, move, ndr, {;6t, oil, dorid. Tube, 1iil», full. t/Mn, THis. 



ASS 

HcP5eno(Tenfrf)tift, -BiitgciiDfTcnfdjnft. Encyc. 
AsSOCintion, assoshea shun , a. 1. 

tie iBerbiiiDuiig, aSi'reiiiinung , 9l|Ti'ciiUiLMi, 
Ht 25trein (uoii •jpen'oiu-ii u. DtiiijiMi)- 2. 
(ipaiiDcI) bie0i're(ird)aft, >>aiit>cl5i'ennntiiiun. 
». bit iBerbiiiCmisi , ba 3mmmenl)i\\\(i. 
~ of ideas, bit ^tJeeiiafTLHiatioii. 4. btr 
!&dint} (u. •OJtnttrie). 5. bet iGunb , bm 
iiiiiiDiiiS'; bk &eiw^enfd)iMt ; 0)cre(lfd).ift 
bit .<tliil'>. <). [-$l)i)fiol.j die 'JIffoci.itiiMi. 

AsSUCintlOnul, assoslie-i'slninal, 
Mij. jii ciiitm ^I'lH'iiie uoii @eirtltcf)eii flchorui. 

Associative, asMVsliCaiiv , adj. 

l-J}ieb.] turd) >3i)mpail)ie niigt-grifffii met- 
benb , niTociatioii^fiil)i(j. 

As.S'Uii, assoil', (nltfr. U. absolvere) 
p. a. * I. i'iien. 2. (i)i>gebeii, lofi: oB.frenVre; 
djfii. 3. [fiitf;. Sfclig.] nbiolm-eii. 4. (ii. fr. 
sotiiller) •■' t>erc()imi(sen, &i'flcrfi'ii. 

As!4oilzie, > ,,, ^, , 

- ...J (fcf^utt.^ = acquit. 

Atisoilize, ) 

A.ssouuuee, as'sonause, (fr. u. ad 
u. soiiare; s. [dil)a. u. ^oef.] tie aiJTDiiaiii, 
bet 5?iilt'gld(t(nut. 

AS!«onsiUt, as'sonlnt, adj. H^oni-- 
reiit,einrii iitu'o[(fDinniciicn®leic^(aiit &il5ciiD. 

Assona.t<5, as'soiiate, .i;. n. t&iien, 
V'v.\([en. 

Assort, assort', (fr. assortir) v. a. 1. 
jiifammeiipaffeii, pniTtnt jiifinmucn i«iil)len, 
jiifamnieiiLir&neii (^JSiTfinien ii. Biiine); lS?an- 
ltl\ fortircn. 2. (iiiit «(Ieii 2lrtcii u. 2i5iinrcii) 
Qut i>rrfcl)cii, nffortireit. Burke. 

Assort, V. H. (jii ©tiiHig) paffeu, 

fid) fdjirffll. ^ MlTFORD. 

Assortment, assort'meut, «. 1. bie 
gHriUunieiiilefUiiifj, 2liiorfcnuiig, b<i6 <Bot- 
tircii. 2. bie paffeuS jiifnmmBiiflnDflljlte, for; 
tirte ^Jliiifll;! uoii Dingen. 3. [ij>aii6e() ba6 
Gorrimi'iit. IVlEUCANTir.E Usage. 

Assot, assot', V. a. f beilfovew , vet-- 
nattt madden. Spenser. 

AssuagfC, asswaje', (frf)iv>«d); l)i)ll. 
zagt, ffliift; angerf. swig, ©riUfdjiui'igeii ; 
getwican, fd)iveigen) y. a. I. ma^igea, 
linbern, milCierii. 2. fcefnnftigen, (litfeii, be-. 
friebigen, 6erii()igen. 

Assuagr<?f "• n. faUen, fid) (egeii, 
nnd)I(iffeii , nlMieljiiien. 

Assua^eiliont, assw&je'ment, t. 
bit SBefaiiftiguiig; <)Kilt)eruiig , £iii£>criiiig ; 
2it>nnl)iiie. 

Assuag'Cr, asswa'jur, t. bet 2'u\-- 
tctet, SJefiiiiftiger, 23eriil)iger; ba& 2inbe-- 
riiiigf' : , Seruf)igiiiiggnuttcl. 

Assuasive, asswa'siv, adj. Oefmif: 
tigeiifc, luil&fnib, liitb«ii£),('criif)igriib. Pope. 

Assuefactiou , asswetak'sluin, 
Oat.) #. t bie ^Jlugen)bf)iiiiiig. Brown. 

AsffULC^tudti, as'swelude, (Int.) s. 
lit ®en)ol)nf)eit. Bacon. 

Assume, assume', (Int. assumere) 
r. a. 1. flniicfjmeii (eine (Sitilalt). Pope. 2. 
(miberre(<)Hid)) aiine()men, fid) 6ci(cgeii, fid) 
anmngen (eine ©eiualtio. 3. (nl3 iua()r) 
ciniufjmeii , uorau^feOeii ((Skiinbfiiije ic. ). 
4. auf fid) nef)meii, iit>enie()tnfii (Me ®d)ul= 
ten eine6 9liibcrii *c.). 5. (id) jucigiim vb. 
fliicigiien, oiiiic()iiien, niif fid) nnmciiben. 6. 
(bcni 'Hi\\d)ein uad)) niindjmeii. 7. niiiifl)> 
men, iini»iafii()rli(^ erijniten. Shak. 

6. To — the garb of humility. Wjciutkr. 



ASS 

To a s s u m e to one's self, I. fid) cinCUben. 
2. fid) jUlc^rciben. To - too much to one's 
self, eine ju l)ot)e ^^ieinung uoii fic^ hnben. 
To — a delly to one's self, fiir eilieil @ott 
geltcii moUen. To — a discourse, eiii Oie-. 
\vthd) niilegen, bai ^ort neljnien. To - 
tlie chair, bcu ^rafibeiueii mad)cn, nI5 
ilJcPner nilftretcn. Assuming of a liuman 
body, |i bie •>»ieiifd)iucrbiing ((il)ri|li). 

Assume, v. n. l. nnmaiienb, ft\il\ 
feiii, grL>6 rl)un, ben 9liiningeiiben fpitlcn. 
2. [9{ed)t^r>)r.] eine 25ert'in&lid)feit niif fid) 
neljnien, iif'i'rni'()nien, eingiljen. 

Assuiner, assii'mUr, «. ber ^n: 
niafienbe, bereingebilbete, (i»lje, l)cid)mut|)ige 
"Bieiifd). 

Assuininir, assu'miug, «. ber Dfin; 
fel Stolj, bie S5erme(Tenl)ctt, *2lnnin0ung. 
JoNsoN. — adj. anninjjenb. 

Assumpsit,assutii'sit,«.[^ed)t^fpr.] 
1. ber niiinMic^e aSertrng, bit niiiiiblid) ein; 
gegnngcnc 23er6inbItd)Peit. 2. bie nuf ein 
i5crrprcd)cn gegrniibete iiUtqe. Bi-ackstone. 

Asvumpt, assiiint', t. -i ba^i , iMi 
nngenomnien ic. mirb. Chillingworth. 

As.<«umptiou, assuiii'sliuii , a. 1. 
bie >Hnnel)inung (einer ©eilnlt lO. 2. bai 
'■}luffid)nef)men. 3. bie aSoriiuC-fei^iing, 'Jln= 
nflljme. 4. [t'og.] a) ba& SpLMliiliUum, ber 
Jorbernnggfafj, Oind)fnl>, Unterfao. h) bie 
Jolgerung (omS niel)reren ©a^cn). Encvc. 

5. bai ®id)-3lneignen, bie ^Kncigniinii. 

6. l^ati). mtd)t\. The - of tlie Virgin 
Mary, bie 5?innnclfflf)rt 'OT.iria. 7. I! Tlie 
- of our Hesh, bie ■i3)ienrd)ii)erbiing (El;ri|li. 
8. bie 9lnnnl)me nn RinbeS ©tntt. 

3. This gives no sanction to tlie unwar- 
rantable - that the soul sleeps from 
the period of death to the resurrection 
of the body. Thodev. 

Assumptive, assum'tiv, adj. aw 
gcnLnnnicn; uornnfigefefjt. [ipcmlb.l - arms, 
dngcnifnimene^ ob. l)i'rcd)tigrci^ 'Sjiippen. 

Assurance, aslislul'ranse, (tot. 

securus, verus; fr. assurer) s. I. bie 25er; 

fid)criing (mit^ICortcn). 2. bie llcfx-rjeiigiing. 

Tii.lotson. 3. ber "OTiuti), bit Jeiligfetr, IIh= 

erfd)rocfenl)cit. 4. i bie Sreiiligfeit, itccfljeit, 

Unbcfd)eibent)eit, Kiil)nl)cit. 5. T t'ie eble 

Breiiligfeit, 3n»crfid)t. 6. bie (fd)riftlid)n 

25ernd)eriinj , 58crOinblid)fett , eid)iTl)"it, 

33iirgfd)nft. 7. [i>nnbel] bte ^KiTefuriinj. 

--office, bie ^Iffefiirnnjnnitnlt. 8. bie ffle- 

mir)l)eit, geiuiffc (S-rmnrtiing. 9. II b(\6 aScr; 

trnuen, bie 3Muerftd)t (auf (SJotti. 10. « bie 

aSerlolnmg. Shak. 

I. Wliereof he hath given — to all men, 

in that he hath raised him from the 

dead. Acts XVll 

3 Brave men meet danger with— . Knolles. 

5. Conversation with the world will give 

them knowledge and -. Locke. 

Assure, ashshure', (fr. assurer) v. 

a. 1. (any one of any thing) uerfid)ern 

(©inem ©tmn^, Q-intn om Qm<\&). 2. (mir 

n. of)ne of) Qtmai fi({)crn, in ©id)erl)eir 

bringen, fld)er ninrf)eii. 3. || ftarfcn, (iuf> 

ninntern, erntiitl)igen. 4. (Gincni (Srivn^) jii^ 

fid)crn. 5. * i>erfpre£<)en, uerloben. Shak. 6. 

[i>iinbe(] i)erfi4)erii , nffefurireii. 7. ©it^er; 

l)eit icijlen. 

To -^ one'* celf, verfu^rt fettt, ft^ vec: 



AST 

fidfett fjniten , iiOer^eugt fein. 

Assured, ashshu'red, aslishurd', 
p. p. adj. 1. ver\id)ttt, liberjengt. 2. gemi(}, 
unjiueifcKjnft. 3. breift, ted. Bacon. Skak 

Assuredly , ashsliu'redle , ade. 
fid)et, fid)erlid), getuig. 

Assuredness, aslisliu'rednls. ,1 
bie (?>)eiui|jf)eit, 3iii'erfid)tlid)feit. Hakewill. 

Assurer, asiisini'nir, *. 1. ber 25fr» 
fid)crnbe. 2. [spaiibelj ber 23er|ld)erer , "Jlffe* 
fumnt. 

Assurg-ent, assur'jenf, adj. [iQet.] 
fid) bogeiifL^inig mieber niifricfttenb. 

Assvvag'e, f. Assuage. 

Assy, as'se, (SlOfilrjg. fi'ir Alice) t. 
Ql6d)en, ^lid)in. 

Assyrian, asso'iean, adj. nffi)rifd). 
-pUiiii, [Sot.] bie fdjiuiirje 'SnitK'cere. - 
ff. ber ^Jlfft)rier. - ». [caeogr.] Assyria, 
2IJTi)rien. 

Asteer, (\d)ett.) a broad, stirring. 

Asfeism, as'tcizm, (gr.) a. [•Jit)et.] 
feineS Sob, feine S8clel)rung. 

-Aster, as'tur, (gr.) a. ['^ot.] bit 
9I|Ter, blaue ©tern&lmne. 

Ast*J'rias,( '• t^^'"'""^"-] ber©ee,lern. 
Asteriated , asteVcated , adj. 

[^a5iffcnfrf).] ge|lml)It, fh-nljlig. 

Asteriatite, asie\catite, a. bet 
I'erileiiierte ©ccflern. 

Asterisk, as'teiisk, (gr.) «. bad 
©ternd)en ('■' in 'Bii(t)crn). 

Asterism, as'ierizm, (gr.) a. I. 
['M)lriMi.J bdi ©ternbilb, ©eilirn. 2. bai 
©ternc^en (* in 25iid)ern). 

Asterite, as'terJie, *. [-))?iner(i(g. ] bat 
KiiOcnniige, ber ©terniteiii. 

Astern, astcm', (a "jprfr. u. stern) 
adi). 1. [-OKnr.] im, ntn, ob. nad) bent i^iii« 
ti'rt()ci(e be6 ©d)iffe<5 jii , l)intcn im ©d)itfe. 
2. l;iiiter eineni ob. beni ©d)ifFe. Mar. Uict. 

Asteroid, as'tuiold, (griecft.) «. 
[^tftnni.l bas 9lftcroib. 

Asteroidal, asturoid'al, adj. jn 
ben aiilcroiben ge()5rig. 

Astert, astert', v. a. -J- in ©d)rcrfen 
fe^en, erfd)recfen. Spemser. 

Astlienic,asfen'ik, (gr.) adj. [OMeb.] 
a\ti)em\d), nud ©d)n)nd)e Ijerrnljrenb. 

Astlienolog-y, aslcnol'oje, t, 
[■)7?eb.] bie !8erd)rei()nng ber 9l|ll)cnie. 

Asthma, ast'ma, (gr.) a. [■'JJttb.] 
ba6 9l|'tl)nio , bie ©ngbriiitigfcit. 

AstiimatiC, astmat'ik, (Asth- 
mat'ical) adj. nflljlHiltifc^, Cligbruilifl. 
- *. ber ^■ngbriiftige. 

Astipulate, asiip'pulAte, ((at.) 
1). a. t "'if &tiv<i5 eimjerfriinbon fcin. 

Astipulation, astippiila'shun, «. 
t ber gogcnfeitige 25ergleid), bic3n|linininng. 

AstOlie, astone', ^ v. a. * in Qv$ 

Astony, astone. ^ flannen fet^en. 

Astonisil, aston'nisli, (nltfr. extoii' 
ner, jcl^t e'tonner, Int. attono; nngelf. ges 
tun, ber Si'irin, stuniau ('eraiitn-n) v. a. in 
(S-rilaiinen ob. SBeriuimbcrniig fe^en, pcr» 
C'Uiifrn. 

Astonislling-, aston'nishing. adj. 
erflnnnlic^. - adn. As ton'islii ngly. =. 

.4stonisIiiniifness,as'inii'iiiNiiiiig 
n«», a. bicdriliuailic^feir, btU '^i3uiibrrl<nre 



F'.tf. f'ir. f'lll. f,*f. M^. met Fine. fin. NA. movp. n6r. ^ot. oil, cion.l. Tnhe. tnb. fnll. t/iin. Tllis. 01 



AST 

AfftoniMhinent, Sston'iNhinlnt, «. 

ba^ ©nViinen, He S5fmninC>crnng, 

Astonnd, astoiind', 0. a. 1. tn Qv. 
flauneii c>^. 55mviinfceriiM(i iV^en. 1. betniiten. 

Astrnddle, asrrad'dl, (a ^rfr. 11. 
•traddle) ado. reitlinn*, ritKing* (ft^en). 

Astrail^-al, as'lragal. (gr.) «. 1. 
t9Ird)it.] tnf 9?fifrf)fn, ^er 9{in(j, 9funb|T.ib 
(nn einerSnufe). ?. [^vtUl.]t>ai'ditif(t)tn, Hr 
Wing mil ^e^ itiini-neiilnuf. 3. [9lnnt.l ^(>^ 
©priingbein , ^fr ©vriing , t'oiif. 4. [»L>t.J 
bet Irngnnt, boS ^JDirbcIfrmit. 

Astral, as'tral, (gr. •ster) <i«i;. ge; 
(tmit, (lernig, ilernnrtig, (Hrilirii.., ©ter: 
htit ..., ■OliTrnr ... Drvdeji. 

Astray, a»tr4', (a ^rfir. 11. »iray) 
udv. irre. To go -, irre geheii, ftrf) uertrriii. 
to lead -, irrf ffiljreii ; irre iHten, i>erlfiri'n, 
(from) (ibieiifcii (iH>n). To run -, firt) irrfii. 

Astray, *• Ni6 uerirrre grficf i5iel>. 

Astrea, antre'a, #.(')»i)tl).lffl|'h-no, f 

AstriCt, aituki', (flit. a»triiigere) v 
a. ["Web.] jui'iiiiiiiietijirlieti. 

Astrict, ndj. 1. furj juffliiiiiiengrjo. 
(jen. 1. jirfiininifiigfjpgen. ' Weever 

Astriction,a!itiik'ii:iiin,». 1. (-JJffb.l 
bieSiir.iiiminijifljmig, SSfrWifflung. 1- biu- 
3lIfalllmellbilI^eIl, 3iir(imiiienf(^»riren. 

Astrictlve, a>.nk'tiv, ( ndj. 

Astrictory, asink'nirrA, ^ [iWeb.] 
|ufiinniieii}ief)etib, iifriTovfeiib. 

Astride, amn'de', o '^<rrr. it. •fride) 
adv. mit aiiSnffvvrrtcii 5?eiiirii, riftriiigS. 

Astrirerous, astriferm. ^ ««(/. ? 
■ Astrl|Dr«*rOMS,aiilrlHje'eii'i>..^ fterit: 
tragciib, gnli-nir. [inmiiiciMidjcn. Bacoh. 

Astrinf^e, asinnje',^ flnt.) r. a. jii= 

Astrinicency, Utn»'jiani, *. bit 
jufiiimiiciMtfhcnPe firnft (ber Saiiren ic). 

A8t|-in|7ent, Jslrin'jent, ad}. iU> 
f«mnienjict)cnb. [f^enbe, nb)Trtngirenbe'Wittel. 

Astrini^ent, «. bii« jurnmmenjie; 

AstrinifOr,iistrln'jur,». bertJiUfiier. 

Astrlte, as'trlte, Caudf Aste'ria 
ob.A.»troit)».l. [9Inhtrg. ] bte oerflelnerte 
Ctnrnfornde. 2. ber ©tflrnflcin. 

Astroj^rapliy, astrog'rJfi, (gr.) 
*. bie ®tcrnt'crrt)reibiing. 

Astroit, as'lriit. t. [7?(ttttrg.l 1. ber 
Sternflein. 2. bie ocrflciiierte ©tcrnftrnfte. 

Astrolabe, as'trAi4be, cgr. star ti. 
labein) *. I. [9l|TTDn.] M6 iafhrplflbiiim, ber 
6tfrn^t>fjeiitiifffer, ®ccl)&l)eniiiciTer. 2. 
[ffleoiii.] berSaSinfctmefTer, bie5Binfe!t"(^«ibe. 
3. fbei ben ^Iteti) bie 5fiiigfiigef. 

AstrolftQ^er, astrol'Aji'r, ) t. ber 

Astrolwi;^ian,astrAM'jian,5 %fh:u) 
teg, ©teriibriiter. 

Astrolo^-IC, astrilod'j'k, 

Astrological, SifrAlodje'ekal. 
adj. 1. nfTrcIegifet. 2. QJftrpIi'gie trcibeiib. 
- adv. Antrolog'ically, (ifhrprpgifc^. 

Astrolog^izCy aatrol'ijize, v. n. 
afhrplogie treiben. 

Astrolog-y, Sutiol'iji, (gr.) ». bie 
Ullrofpgie, Sternbeiiterci, ©tenibciifcfiiiifl. 

Astronomer, astron'iioinur, (gr.) 
«. ber 9t|Triinpiii, ©ternfiinbige. 

Astronomic, astronnni'ik, f 

Astronomical, astr6noin'<kal,^ 
adj. aflrritoinint). - adv. Aatronom'i- 
caily, ajltonomiftt. 



AT 

Astronomize, astron'Amiie, ». 
n. -J- bie 'Jlilronoinle iliibtren. Brown. 

Astronomy, aMtrnn'nomo. (gr.) s. 
bie ^(ttrpiuMitie , ©rernfuiite. 

Astroscope, as'iroskope, (gr.) *. 
[aflr. 3niTr.| bui ♦>liln>iTpi>. Encvc. 

AstroSCOpy,as'tr()skApe,< [^lilroiu] 
bie Qli'hrpifopie, ©eubnd)rimg ber Srerne. 

AstrO-theolOK'y, astiot/ieoloje. 
(gr.) ». bie tUflrotljeoIoflie (ficljre uon (iJort 
<\u& ben Sreriieni. Derham. 

AKtrut, astrut', (a $rft. u. !>trut) 
iidtt. niifiAivedenb, (h-pijenb. 

Astute, astute', (lat.) adj. (d)Uin , 
fdjnrffeheiib. Sam d vs. 

Asunder, Isiin'diir. (angeli'. usim- 
driiin) ndr>. 1. fludctnanber , iipneinaiifer, 
eiitiuiei. 2. befpnbrrfi, iibgeiPitSert. 

To liike -, niieetiinnter nel)tniii, jerle 
gen. To go -, fliiseinnnfiT gcljen, ftd) 
rreitnen. lnitid)t. Gower. 

AsWOOIl, aswOuu', adv. * in £'i)II 

Asylum, asl'lum, (Inr. 'lO.) «. I. biie 
?tinl, bie 5rei|liure, ber 3'ifii<<)r6i'rf- '^• 
[-WrbernI bie Bffftitiitfje ittnbiT;, Araitfeii=, 
Jinrren: ic. 93friPrgung«iiii|liilt. 

Asymmetrul, asiui'miiral, } 

Asymmetrical , Bxiiiiinci'iekal.^ 
adj. t feiite ©i)tnmetrie l)ll<<en^, inomcrriiit). 

Asymmetry, unifn'metii. u piiv. 
U. »yiiiiiietria) #. ba6 HMet?eillll.l6 , -))iif}pcr: 
Ijiiitiite. 2. a<iim. in ber "iifnti). \\\t) bie llii. 
tnepbiirfeit. 

Asymptote, aK'miinAte, (a priv.. 
syn ntit n. ptoo, fnllen) ». IWeotn. ] bie 
^Jirijniptpte. l((?)epni.) nrpniptotifd). 

Asymptotical, a^siiiiiot'ekal.ii'O'. 

Asyndeton, tlMin'detaii, (a piiv 
u. syiideo) $. [&tamm.\ bae'lirijnbeton, die 
^inbeivorttSgu6(affting. 

At, at, (nnflelf. aet; gpflj. m; Itit. ad) 
praep. 5ni aillgeineinen jeigt at eine 3i.il)c, 
(Degcnivnrt rtn; j. 58. at the niiitli hour, 
jur neunten ©tiinbe; at the house, nin 
Ob. inii5)(iufe; nllein e« i|l ni(t)t fo beilinititt, 
mie in ob. on. At the house fnun in bein 
§niife Pber nnlje bei, <in bein i>.uife be= 
beuten. At bebeutet ftrner gegen, nad)... 

JU, nnf (towards). 

1. (iiflgetneine u. na!;ereDrr«be|linttniing) 
(in, bei, jti, in. At a place, iiti eineni Drte. 
- hand, bet ^er $anb; - Paris, jn Ob. in 
•ipnri^j - home, JU if>rtufe; - sen, jnr 
©ee, fluf ber ®ee; — the bottom, an ob. 
auf bem Q3pben. 

2. (3eitbc|Tininifinfl) iim, jn. At that 
time. JU biefer3eit; - eight o'clock, itiii 
ac^tUljr; - night, jiir 9iad)r}cit, 9f(id)r«; 

-parting, beini Qdftiitn; - this moment, 
in biefeni Slugenblirfe, gi-genmartig ; this 
day, ^eiite; — no time, nieninl^. 

3. (nflgetneine 3ii|lnnb«bc|lininitiiig). A i 
peace, at war, iin JJrieben, iin ilriege; at 
ease, natt) 23eqiieiiilid)feit ; at play, bcitn 
©piete; - amis, untcr ben 5Srtffen; - ebb, 
trptfenj — odd», im ©rrcite; - your ser- 
vice, jn 30"" Dicu|len; a nnui - arms, 
cin 25eiu(iffnerer. 

4. (^C|liiiiiniing bes ?Sie) nnf. At my 
cost, fliif nifinc Spilen; - once, nnf ciu; 
mnl; — his si;it, nnf feine 9liifrnge; - his 
command, atif feiiirn ^efr^l; - the sight, 



ATll 

nnf ben Slnblirf , bei bein 9lnbli(fe; At this, 
Ijiemuf; - leisure, nnd) <)?fMge; - tiist 
brush, plbi)\id); - unawareN. iinperfe^enS; 

- first dash, nnf ben eriTvn Srreid) ; - once, 
I. nnf cininnl. 2. glcid), ciui brr ©tefle 

- one blow, nuf einen ©djlng; - length, 
enblid), jnle^t; - an end, ntn C>-nbe, jii 
(S-nbe; at this news, bei biriVr 9i,irf)rid)ti 
at two shillings a pound, ein ^^jflinb flU 
}iuci ©l;i(linge. - any hand, nuf n(Ie giirie. 

- point, bereit 

5. (cine58erd)nftignng niiicigcnb). To play 
at cards, at cliesi. IJnrtcn, ®ci}<\(t) fpielen, 
He is good at engraving, at husbandry, 
cr ifl gut jiiin ©tcd)en, jmn dinfbnue. 

6. (eine 9{id)tting, ein Jprffi'^rciten niige* 
benb) nn(f). He aimx at perfection, ct 
ilrebi nnd) 93pflfpinineii()cit. He makes pbet 
runs at him, er gel)t nuf il;n loi; he poin>i 
at him, er jiett nnd) iljm. He longs to b« 
at him, er in6d)tc i()in bcifomnien. To be 
liaid at a thing, |ld) ciit^ig u. nflein init 
(ttmai 6ef(()aftigen , ilnrf iiiit Qma6 uin. 
gtljen , rcttjt Tiber (S-twa& Ijer fein. 

7. (c(Iiptifrf)>. At first, at the very first 
(nuSgelnfTen tinre), niifnngli(i) ; - last, eiib. 
lid); - best (nnSgehiff. degree), nuf ba& 
■I5e|Te pb. ^prf^tte; l)od)(Ten«; - the worst, 
nin ©d)linitu|lcn, nuf bn5 ©(f)liinni|Te; iin 
rd)limnit"len 5nf(e, ipcnigflen^, bniJ 'Jlergils 
nngeiipinnirn; at all (manner pb. degree), 
nuf jebe >Jlrt, biirrf)nii(5, gnn.j n. gnr; - least, 
jutn ^cnigiten; not at all, gnr nid)t; 

- Mr Peters' (nu^gelnff. house), iin ^ntife 
be« S>errn ^eterS. 

To be at all, feine S)?e(^nung ubcrnti 
jinben. To be - it, bnmn fcin. To come 
at, e-inein, eincr (Bad}^ beifuniinen, fie 
frreid)Cn. To be at the charge of a thing, 
e-tipn« nnf feine eigene i?p|len rl)un ntuffen. 
To be — a great deal of charges. SBiei nils' 
geben. To be at the pains of etc., bie'>)Jful)e 
()nben, jn ic. To be laughed at, ftuggelnd)t 
luerben. To take any one at his word, Qu 
nen beiin SI3orte l;nlten. 1 will see what 
they will be -, ic^ luerbe fcl;cn, ivo fie (;in> 
nn^iupfleii. 

Atabal, at'abal, *. bie niaurii"(^£ 
Irpuimel. ['JUnfnmit, fpct)fnl,inuirf5 itupfer. 

Atac'amite, *. (-Winernlg.) ber 

Atag-as, at'agas, s. [JDriiitI).] ber 
rotfje 35irfl;n(;ii. 

AtamasCO, aiamas'kA, «. [%ot.] 
eine 9lrt i-ilie pom (5)erd)lcd)te Amaryllis. 

Ataraxy, at'iarakse, (gr.) «. bie 
(yeniiit()fru()e, ©eelenriil;e. Encvc. 

Ataxy, atak'sc, (gr.) *. [9)?eb.] bie 
Unorbnung , lliiregcliiinfjigfeif. 

Atclie, «. [li'irf.] cine fleine ©ilber» 
niUUje (:= 6 Pb. 7 mills). 

Atcllieve, } \. Achieve, 

Atcllie vement ,^ Achieve- 
ment 

Ate, ate, praet. v. to Eat. 

Ate, a'te, *. [''))i"i)ff).] <Ure, f. 

Atellan, atcl'ian, «. ia6 ntellnnift^e 
ippffrnipifl. - iidj. nre(lnnifd). 

Atlian«>r, af/('an('>r, g. [nire G'f^em.] 
ber 'Jlrljriipr, Digrrircfen , fnule ipeinj. 

Atlieisill, a't/icizm, (a priv. i|. 

thcos) *. Per 9lrl)ei«in , bie (5)prrcflniigiiu:ig. 

Atheism is a ferocious system, that lea- 



^^ FAtft. ffir. fall, faf. M*. met. Fine. fin. N6. m6ve. n8r. gol. 6il. clon.i. Tube. tnl.. Criil. i//in. TfH.s. 



ATH 

»es nothing above us to excite awe, 
nor around us, to awaken tender- 
ness. Rob. Hali, 

Atlieist, a't/icist, «. bet 31tf)ei|l, 
©iitte^lniigncr. 

AtlieiStiC, at/ieis'lik, I adj. 

Atlieistical, At/icis'tekal,^ att)ti: 
flifrf), gottc5liiii(inerifrf>. -ado Atheis'- 
t i c ii 1 1 y , gotteglniiflncrifc^. 

AtlieisticnlneSM,allieis'tekalnes, 
• Die 9lt()eifterei , fflottcglaugncrei. 

Ailieize^ a'l/ieiie, V. n. f wk ein 
eitl)ci|1 refccn. Cudworth. 

Atliel, j e^et, n^cli(^ ; nngelf. aedel, 

Adelf >aclliel; nrab. alhala, uon 

Aefltel, ) i>Drnt'I;merWe6urtfcin. Dies 
fe« iJEort fmnmt in uielcn aiigerf. OJamen 
I'or; J. 23. Atlieling, cMer Siiiigling. 
Ktlielred, ebter 9{<U^; Ethelhert, feljr 
ebel; Ethel ward, ebier 95i'rt(;ci6tgcr. 

Atltenian, at/ie'nean, »<</. iitt^etiifc^. 

A<lienian, «. ber 'j(tl)encr. 

Athens, a't/icns, «. 9itf)eii. 

Atlieolog'ian , at/ieol6 jean, «. 
ber ©egiur, SBiberfndjer cine6 If)et>k-nen. 

Atlieologry, ai/ieol'oje, *. f bet 
91f()ciStii. Swift. (gottlod. Miltom. 

AtlieUIIS, a't/ieui, adj. ntljciflifc^ , 

A<li'<;rinu, ^ *. [3rt)tl)i)ol.] let 

Atlierina, S ^li'brciifird). 

Atlieroina, at/ic.A'ma. ^ (gr.) «. 

Atlieroiiie, at/rcrome, ^ ["BJcb. ] 
bie ^Brfigcictii'iilft- a3alngtrrf))V'iiI|l. Coxe. 

AtlieroiliatoiiS , ai/iero'niatus. 
adj. f>reige|rf)ii'iil|liirrig. Coxe. 

Atliirst, at/iiir).t', (a 'iprfr. ii. tliiiM) 
adj. I. burflig. 2. i biirileiiD, I'egicrig (for, 

2. He had a soul — for knowledge. 

Ch. Observer. 

Atlilete, at/jlete', (gr.) *. bcr ^iJtl^lft, 
SS3ettfnnivtVr. 

Athletic, at/iiet'ik, adj. 1. atijUtifd). 
2. 1 <[ti)letif(t), n'iflifl frnftig (itorperbniL). 

Athort, (fif)Dtt.) athwart. 

Ath^vart, at/iwart', (a <prft. u. 
thwart) praep. 1. qiier litfr, fiber. 2. biird). 

Athwart hause, lOTfnr.] ben ^lufen 
(jegeniiber. -ships, vm eineni SBorb jiiin 
anbern. Mar. Dicr. — the sea, ubcr bie 
(S<e f)inii6er. 

Atli^vart, adv. 1. (|uer, tl6erimerc(>. 

2. 1 i>erfe()rt, fdjief, iingelegen, I'ibel. 
Atilt, atiii', (a '>)>rt.r. U. tilt) adv. 1. 

niit gefadter Caiije (rennen k.). 2. nbiuart^ 
geiieigt, fippenb. 3 i>i>nvart6 aebeuQt luie 
ein ^e<f^tev. 

Atlantic, atlan'tik, adj. atlnutifd). 

Atlantic, *. ba6 iulniirird)c2l<eirnicpr. 

Atlas, at'la», t. I. ((ijriigr.j ber (55erg) 
9lt(ii«. 2. ber HtUM (Ciinbfnrreuroniiulimg). 

3. bai Sltlnefi^rtuiU, grpg 'jyiMiiv 4. (<!lr(l)it.] 
ber 'Uttai, Irnger. 5. [^iibiiilr.] ber '}M(\6 
(ein ©eibenieiig). 6. [-Jlnor.] ber 'Jrager, 
fiopfntlnS. 7. [(S-ntoinrl.] bcr*JJtla«,^jlniini: 
fpiegel. 8. eiiie 9(rt frinr^ ^npirr. Birke. 

Atin<»ineter, almnin'etur, (gr.) s. 
I%M)i))".) ber 25irbiiii|liing*:, «!lin5bi'iuiliiMiif: 
lUflTet- lbie2lriniMpl)nrr, brrDimiT;, fiifrfrrii'. 
AtinO!<<|liier€*, ai'mAsrere. (gr.) s 
Atlll«»N|llieriC, atiiioster'ik, ^ 
Atmospherical, atuiusler'ekal,^ 



ATR 

ad). I. atmof\)i)'mfd). 2. ? won ber Qltmo; 
lVf)(ire ab^angenb. Pope. 

Atom, at'tuin, (gr. atomos) «. 1. 
[$()i)f.] ba6 llr(lofftf)eilrf)en , ber attorn. 2. 
bn& ©pnnenflnubd)en. Shak. - -like, 
otonicnnrtig. 

Atomic, atom'ik, ^ adj. (itLV 

Atomical, atom'ikal, ) mild) , ju 
ben aitomcn gef)&rifl. 

- theory, bie tfjeorie uon ben 9ItDmen. 

Atomism, at'omiziu, «. bie ^Jitoini: 
(lif , 9ltonienIe()re. 

Atomist, at'tiniiBt, a. bet ^tomi(l. 

Atomy, at'tome, «. 1. ber Sltuin, bne 
(Sonnenilnubc^en. Shak. 2. Oibtiirjg. fiir 
Anatomy) ± ba6 SSeingerippe. 

Atone, atone', i>. n. 1. « fi(^ oertrn; 
gen. 2. (for) a) ©rfn^ leijlen, genugtl;un 
(fiir). b) Qtwai nueber gut nind)en. c) Qt-. 
\\)a& abbu^en, erfe^en, uergiiten, fiiljnen. 

1. He and Aufidius can no more atone, 

Than violentest contrariety. Shak. 

2, a) The murderer fell, and blood ato- 

ned for blood. Pope. 

b) The ministry not atoning for their 

former conduct by any wise or popu- 
lar measure. Jumiiw. 

c) The life of a slave was deemed to be 

of so little value, thai a very liglit 

compensation atoned for taking it 

away. Robertson, Charles V. 

Atone, V. a. 1. bu^en, fiil;nen. 2. t 

uen'ol^nen, in Uebereinfliinmung bringeu, 

iui£ri'l)nen, aufgleit^en. 

1. Oreach — hi.sguilly love with life. Pope. 

Atonement, atonement, t. l. bie 

eintrad)!. 2. (for) a) bie<Si'il)iie, 91b(>ii6unn, 

brt6 toiiljnopfcr. b) bie iSergiitung, ©eiiiig= 

tijiiiiiig , ber Qr\a^. 

1. ... He seeks to make — 
Between the L)uke of Glo'ster and 

your brothers. Shak. 

2. b) Wlien a man has beenguilty of any 

vice, the best — he can make for it 
is. to warn others not to fall into the 
like. Spect. Nro. 8. 

To make - for.., (itma6 fiiljneu, bUMen, 
uergi'iten , luieber gut niiid)en. 

Atoner, ato'uur, a. ber 95erfT>()ner; 
SBfrgfirer. [nbgeipmint, fd)''iff- 

Atonic, aton'ik, adj. ['i}hti.] atouifd), 

Atony, at'one, (gv.) *. [■OJfeb.] bit 
91toMie, aibfpiuinung, y-rfdjlotfinig. Coxe. 

Atop, atop', (a ^4>rfr. ll. top) adv. 
oben, fbeii niif, jii oberit. Mii.ton. 

Atrabilariau, atrahela'rean , ^ 

Atrabilarious, atrabcia'reus, ^ 
((lit.) adj. ['Web.] I'djtuurjgnflig, ga(iriid)tig. 

Atrabilariousness, airabcla'- 
rctisnes, t. bie ^nllfuc^tigteit, @d)iuertuii! 
tl;igfeit, (yrJIfndjt. 

Atramental, atramen'tal, ^ ((.) 

AtrMiiientouS, atranien'tu.s, ^adj. 
tintig, tiiireu'cf)iyiirj. 

AtrameUtariOHS, atramenta'- 
reuii, udj. [(ii)tMi.] tintennrtig, jiiinliMtcn; 
iiuiri)cn gilt. 

Atrip, atrip',, (a ^rfr. ll. trip) adv. 
("JJiar.) niiige()igr, nnfgejogen. 

Tlie anciior is — ; the topsails are — . 

Mar. DicT. 

Atrocious, alru'shus, (lot. alrox) 



ATT 

adj. Qxa^lid), fc^jrecfliff), nbfcfjeiilic^. - adv. 
Atro'ciously, grri^lid). 

AtrOCiOUSness, atro'shusnls, > 

Atrocity, atro.s'!iete, i 

s. bie ®raglid)feit, 9lbf(f)ciilid)feit. 

Atrophy, at'trofe, (gr.) *. [«JReb.) 
bieDiirrriirf)r, Slbjeljriing, 5lu^je()ning. Coxe. 

Atropia, atro'pca. s KFljeni.] b(\i 
<!ltr(*pin (cin Licgetabilird)e6 5llfiili <\ni bem 
io(lfraut). 

Attach, altatsh'. (fr. attacher; nrm. 
staga; fp. atacar; uenunilbr tnit (lligclf, 
taeccan) v. a. 1. 0?ed)terpr.) ill 25erl)aft 
ne()nicn, uertjnften , in grfaiiglicfje ipiift brin» 
gen. 2. [9?cd)r6|"pr.] tnit »erd)Iiig, 9lrrc)l be» 
legen, in SBcfdjing nel)nieii , niiljnltcn (0)iite» 
ic). 3. (to) fetten, legen, befeiligen, fleben, 
lieften (nn). 4. ± feffeln, einnefjincn , <in (id) 
jicljen (^perfonen) ; (to) fetten, feffeln, binben 
(an). 

Attachable, attatsh'abi, adj. ottt 
f)(ift6nr; niit ^cfd)(ag bclegt merbenfonnenb. 

Attached, attatshf, adj. (to) }U( 
get()<in (G-iiiem). 

Attachment, attatsh'ment, «. 1. 
[3?ei()t5|"pr.] bica5erl)nftiiel)iniiiig. 2. (3?et^)t«. 
ipr.) ber SSeiV^lng, Qlrrefl. Foreign -, be? 
55erd)IngnnfbnS(i-igeni(tiiin eini'#©d)iilbncr«, 
bai in ben 5pmiben eiiie^ greniben ifl. 3. 
Court of attachments, bil^ 5''rftgerid)t. 
4. (to) bie 3lnl)nnglid)feit dm Oemanben, nn 
Dinge). 5. bieaiufmerffiimfeit, aid)tiiiig, bnS 
3iitrniien. 

Attack, attak', (fr. attaquer; flrin. 
attacqi; fpan. atacar) v. a. ? u. i (ingrei» 
fen (fcinblid)). 

Attack, s. 1. T II. i ber Qlngriff. 2. 
pl. [gefliing^b.J bie 21ngriff61iiiien, 9lngrifffi» 
luerfe. [feiibe 1l)ei(. 

Attacker, attak'ur, ». ber nngrei« 

Atta^en, at'tajen, *. [iDrfnrI;.] eine 
airt "$l;nfaiieii. 

Attain, Ittane', (fr. u. niirm. at- 
teindre; Int. attingere) t>. a. 1. T II. 1 eri 
reid)en einen Drt; crlnugen eineu Bmerf ic 
2. cinljDien ((Jincn). 3. ± (Jinen rrrcid)en, 
ei ©inem g(eid) t^un. [fLMnuien. 

To — any one's ears, (?iiiem JU Oijren 

Attain, ». «. (to) l. qp u. ± erreit^cn 
(tinen Ort, S^ved ic.), G'tiunf erinngcii ; ge« 
laiigen (^u). 2. || GtwaS begreifen. 

Attain, *. <= bng ©rreid)te, ber !8pr» 
jng, bn^ ®iit. [reidjbnr. 

Attainable* attane'abi, adj. er< 

Attainableness, attane'ablnes, 
*. bie &rreid)bnrfeit. 

Attainder, attane'dur, (norm., fr. 
atteiiidre) *. 1. bcr ^-lecf , (Sd)nnbfle(f. 2. 
[9fi'd)t«rpr.] bie gerid)tlid)e llcbcrfiil)ning 
eiiu'6 95ergc(;enS, bn6 ben biirgerlid)eii lob 
nac^ fic^ iieljt. Bi.ackstone. 3. (bnd lleber« 
fiil)ren) bie (gerid)tli(^e) llebcrfi"il)riing, Uebet« 
mciriing. Eucyc. 

Attainment, attane'mlnt, s. I. 1 
bie (S-rreidjnng , G-rlniigiing (eiiie^ 3tue(f«). 
2. pl. bie Inlente, 93oflfoinnienl)citen, bie 
iSorjiige. 3. bcr Weiuiiin, gong. 

Above — , linfrrcid)bar. To be above the 
- of.., nii^er Off'TiC* 25i'rcid) liegen. 

Attaint, attanf, V. a. 1. brjtecfeti, 
brniibiiinrfen. 2. [3{ed)fi'rpr.] (of') iiberi:ll)» 
reii, iiberiueifeii (eiiie^ SSi:rl'rcd)i'n^). 3. vcv< 



F/ifp. f'.r. f'.II. fnt. M^. mnt. Fine. fin. ^6, ni^)ve. n6r. got. 6?!. c]6iul. TiVtp. lOl). lull. lAin. Triis 03 



ATT 

•nffjren, befctinipfen , entef)ren. Shak. 4 

terPfr&en. Shak 

2. No person ihall be attainted of 

high treason where corruption of 

blood is incurred, but by the oath of 

two witnesses etc. 

Stat. 7 et 8. Wiix. Ill 

To - one's own blood, feineii @tanini 
pcriniehren. 

Attaint f «. I. ter 2>d)anbf(e<t 
(Jlcrf. Shak. 1. [9{ofjnrjneif.] ecr Iritt, 
erf>i.i(j, tit S53imbf (nil bt» fjintern (Jfipcii 
filter <^>fe^^e«). 3. [Kfdjt^ipr.l eiii gmt^tl. 
Kefdjl (qrqen tin ®rrd)i»oriiiiigcri(f)t wegen 
finr6 ial(d>tn »Uu6|"priid)c« ). 4. bit Uncljrc, 
a^ei"(()hnpfung. Shak. 5. * 6ie Uiipn&Iidjfeit, 
9RiiMgffit, Sd)iurtd>e, bcr 9Infn(I. Shak. 

Attaint, p. p. arf;. [3U<t)t6f^V.] Ufitt: 
ffihrt, ubcrioiertn. 

Attaintinent, atlint'mant, «. bic 
gfri(()tli(()e aebfrfilt^riiiifl, bnS Uebfriuitfenfein 

Attninture, alt^uclshure, «. I. 
(5{ed)t6ipr.] bit 3JrnnbmnrfiinG, bn« petbor 
true ^lut. 2. bie 35fiud>tigtin(j , bn 93or 
wiirf, <B<t)impi, tit ©rfjaiibf. 

Attaillinatef altaui'enate, Hflt.) 
r.n. t ufrberbfu. [belli, bef<f>ulbigen. Shak 

AttttKk, aila-k', o. a. -f fd)tUtn, til 

AttMHte, aiiasie', v. a. f |'d;iiie<feii, 
p«rriid)fn. 

Attc^inper, litem'pur, ((at. aiteni- 
pernre) v. a. I. (blirrtj ©rillli)'rf)llllil) f(t)iun! 
rtiiiii, i>erbuniien, niilbrrn. 2.tmiibtrn, bnm- 
(jf'fii, .innf-igcii. 3. t nj nflu'rig beiTiiunifii, 
aiicrbiifii, finrid)rfii, rrbiirii, regelii. b) (to) 
fliipnffeii (eiiirr £.irt)e). 
3 b) Arts attempered to the lyre. Pope. 

Att«Mlip<*ranC«;) anem'peranie. 

0. t bie "JKiifiJiifeit. Chaicer. 
Attetlip<^ratef altem'perAte, udj. 

t. prrbuiiiit. 'i. i<erl}iiItni0mAgig dngtrii^tet, 
flitgrpngr. 
2. Hope must be proportioned and — to 
the promiie. Hammond. 

Atteiiip«rate, v.a. t in tin^tt-. 
^■iltiiig (»riiigeii, nnpii|T«M, niigleirfjen. 

Atteiliperly f attem'purl^, adv. t 
niAftig. Chaucer. 

Attempt, attemt', (fr. attenter; Int. 
mtentitre; ami. atteiii|ili) v.a. 1. pen'tld^eil. 
i. n i'frriid)fn (lU'Hi ieiifel). 

Attempt, v.n. (upon) I. &inen an: 
flreifcn, tincii 'Jtngriff innt^eii (aiif), firt) vet-. 
grcifi'U (nil). To — upon any one's life, 
(yiiicm iiacf) bem Cel<rii iledcn. 2. i ©inciii 
na(()i1i'(((ii. 

Attempt, *. I . bcr 55erOi(f) (ba« 2Urtge> 
(li'irf, lliiteriiel)infii; bie 'JK'ljnnbliiiig) 2 ttr 
(frei'ell)affe) ^Jliifc^lag, Olngriff. To make an 
— upon ob. ngaiii.vt. fill) i'er<irfiffn an . . . 

Attemptable, attemt'tabl, adj. 

1. lua* utTMidjt ii'erbeii fnnii. 2. 9Ingriffcn 
fliK-.U'Kljt ob. bli'*gf|1ef(t, i>frful)rbar. Shak. 

Attempter, attemciur, t. 1. ber 
BiTrii(f)fr (llMternfl)nicr;. 2. ber aingreifcr. 

Atteisipting', altemt'ting, «. 1. ber 
SJtn'iict). 2. ber 3Iiiirt)lag. 

Attend, aUend', ((at. attendcre; fr. 
•ttenilre) e a. 1. ^inen begleitcn, G-iiicnt 
fplgeit . In dinti &e\\%t {tin (a(« (iJefnIjrtc 
d6. S^ebienter). 2. t begleiten, Qintm folgen. 
3. .(J-inem) oufrcarrtn, (G-iiien; bebienen 4. 



ATT 

beforgcn, rcnrten, pflegen(eincn^ranfen te.) 

5. anivphnen, jugegen, gegenmartig fcin. 

( Lawyers or spectators attend a court 

3Ibuofaten ober 3ufd)iiiicr u>cl)nen einer We; 

ri(f)t^fi^iiiig bti). 6. ^tiune cnuarten, uinr; 

ten (aiif). 7. ©inem nad)gel)cn , auflanern 

na(f)ile((en. Shak. 8. G-tiuaS bead)ten , t'e 

merfen, nuf (S^tma* adjtcn rb. ()i)rcn. 

2. Their hunger thus appeased, their 

care attends 

The doubtful fortune of their absent 

friends. Drvden 

6. Three days 1 promised to — my dooin- 

Dryden 

8. The pilot doth not — (he unskilful words 

of the passenger. Sidnev. 

To — one's devotion , fcine 9lnbac^t I'fr: 
rit^ten, f)<\lttn. To — a business, cineutCye 
f(l>afte abmarten. To - mass, in bic '>Bte(Te 
ge^en. To be attended with ., ± beglci; 
tet feiii pon.., per6nnben fein mit.. .\ cold 
attended with fever, ©(J^nnpfeii niit gib- 
ber. Comfort attending a misfortune 
ber 1ro|l bet einem Ungdlrfe. To - one 
Jetnnnb bebicnen. To - the tackling 
[-)J?.ir.] ba« lafeliperf regieren. 

Attend, r. ti. 1. (to) merfen, 9(d)t 
(jaben , aufmerffam fein, 9Id)tiing gebcn, l)ij> 
ren (aiif), &tn>a6 ant)bttn. 2. aniut>l)nen, ju= 
gegen fein; (on, upon)a)einemftDinmitteeic. 
ann)Pl)nen. b) ©incni feine 9Iufiuartiing nia: 
(f)en. c) (tintm filgcn, (*incn begleiten. d) 
C^inen bebienen, (Finein atifwarten. e) ab-- 
ivarten (eineni &t\d><xftt). 3. * luarten, per-- 
lueilrn, Ijarren, perjid^en. Davies. 4. luar: 
ten, in beriJJaljebleiben. Spewkeb. [fliibireii. 

To - to the study of.., (?tipa« (leipig 

Attendance, attln'danse, s. 1. 
bie «>(iifu'artnng; ^ebiennng; ber Dicnfl. 2. 
bie «Mnn>efenl)eit , ba6 3ugcgenfein, ber 58ci= 
nritt. 3. ba6 ©efolge, bie Dienerfc()nft. Miltoh. 
4. (10) bit 9Iiifinerffanifeit (aiif). 5. bie^sir; 
tung , 'ipffege (tinti Kranfen). 6. ♦ bie ©r: 
ivartung. 

To give -, (to) aiifiunrfen ((finein), be; 
bienen (Ginen). To give — to the altar, atn 
iJlUnre bienen. To dance -, f iniifonfl, i'er= 
gebenSaufiuarten. To give frequent - upon, 
(f mem eft feine ^lufiuartiing niad)en. 

AttC;ndant, atten'dant, adj. I. be; 

gleitenb; folgenb. 2. bamit uerbnnben. (In 

temperance with all its - evils.) 3. [9{ed)t«; 

fpr.J bienflpfri(t)tig. Cowel. 4. nniucfenb. 

1. Other suns with their — moons. Milton. 

Attendant, ». l. bcr SScgleitcr, ®e; 

fa^rtc ; pi. bn« ®efi'(ge. 2. (at pb. upon) ber 

i!lnii'cfenbe (bei), ber 9Vg(citcr, (Mcfaljrte (3e= 

manbS). 3. [9fc(f)t6fpr.] ber Bieii(tpfricf)tigc, 

©d)U()ling. Cowel. 4. bcr SScbicnte, 9luftviir; 

Kr, bie aiufiuarterinn. 5. l a) ber ®efal)rte. 

b) bic golge, ber (Scfiifjrte, 23cgleiter. 

5. a) A love of fame, the - of noble 

spirits. Pope. 

b) Shame is the - of vice. .Anon. 

Attender, attln'dur, «. t bcr &e: 
fntjrre, 050100. 

Attent, attint', adi. aiifnierffatn. 

Attentates, IttentAtes, d.) ». pi. 
[9?erf)t5fpr.] bo« iuiberre(f)t(i(^c S5iTfii(}reii 
eines &trid)tt6 na(f) gcfrt)e()cnfr 5n')''''t'i^'"- 

Attention, atten'shuu, «. 1. (to) 
bie 2(ufmerffnnifeit (aiif). 2. f Me auftnerf; 



ATT 

famfcit, ©cfalligfeit, ^hjiiitfttit, ®utt, 
&reunbf(f)aft (to, ffir G-inen). 

1. . . They say the tongues of dying men 
Enforce — like deep harmony. Shak. 

To give atl en t ion to. bearf)tcn (G'tiua*). 

Attentive, atientiv, mlj. 1. (toj 
anfinerfrani (anf). 2. bel)titfam. -ado. At- 
ten'tively, niifmeiffiiiii , iiitt Slufnicrf* 
lamfeit. 

To make attentive, ©iiien feffcln. 

Attentiveness, atten'tlvne*, «. 
bie 9Iiifinerffnmfeit. 

Attenuant, atten'ilant, nrf;. fTOcb.] 
oerbiinnenb. - ». [<)Keb.] bn6 perbinmenbe 
^Jlrjnciniittel. Coxe. 

Attenuate, Ittln'uate, dat. atle- 
nuere; mal. teiiau ; ir. tana: tanaidhe; 
eiig(. thin) V. a. 1. [■TOeb.] perbi'lnncn. 2.i 
uerniinbcrn, perringcrn, perflcincrn. 3. biia» 
ner mac^cn, perbilnnen. 

Attenuate, adj. l. pcrbunnt. 2. i 
ucrniinbcrt, perringert. Bacon. 

Attenuation, attemia'shun. «. 1. 
I'^tt. u. '$^1)1".] bie ajerbtinniing, 25erbi"in» 
nerung (ber ©(iftc, 'Sliiffigfciten). 2. i tit 
25frringening , 9Jerf(einening. 3. ta6 ;Diin» 
nerma(f)en, bie SKerbiiiiniing. 

Atter, at'tiir, (angelf. ater, aeter, 
aetior) *. bcr (Piter. 

Atteriy, at'nule, arfw. eiterig; giffig. 

Atterrate, ai'terrAte, unid) Att»- 
rate) ((at. attero) v.n. jii trotfeiictn, feffetn 
Snnbcnjcrben. — v.n.aiifc^iucmiiien, nnfpiilen. 

Atterration, aiterra'sliun, t. bit 
3(nf(f)n'cmmnng, aiiifpiifinin, ber "Jlnivncf)* 
br6 lifers bnrd) 2JMfpii(iiiig , 9(!ifd>utt, lifer* 
anmiid)^, 9(iimiirf, eniibaiiiunc^s, llferfd)(i(t>. 

Attest, attest', (lat. testis) ». ■{• bO« 
Sciignig. 

Attest, v.a. 1. bejcngcn, befd^einigen. 
2. jnni 3ciigcn ne()iiieii ob. aufrufen. 3. be» 
jeiigen , bartljnn , bciueifen. Websteb. 

2. The sacred streams which lieaven's 

imperial state 
Attests In oaths, and fears to vio- 
late. ^ Drvdek. 

3. The ruins of Palmyra — its ancient 

magnificence. 

Attestation, attestA'shun, «. I. 
baS Beugnifj, bie S8efd)einig«ng, bn« 9(ttc|Tnt, 
ber !SegInubigiingSfd)ein. 2. bn« 3ciigni0, 
bic SJejeuguiig. 

Attestor, attes'tur, *. bcr 3cngc. 

Attic, at'tik, (gr. attikos; (. atticus) 
adj. I. attifd). 2 i atti(d), fein. - wit, 
-salt, attifd)er SSDi$, attifdfe6 ©a(j 3. 
[■3lrd)it.] attifc^. - base, [airdjit.] ber nttii 
fd)e ©niileiifug. [bieSIttifc. 2. bcr9lt(;cner. 

Attic, *. I. [*Hrd)it. ] ber Ueberia$, 

Attical, at'tekal, adj. attifd) (flnfn 
fifd), reiii). 

Atticism, at'tcsi/.m, «. bie nfHf(ft« 
91rt ju reben, ber2Utici6ui; bie ben 91tr)enern 
eigciic 3<irtl)cit uiib (ycinljeit te6 Qh\'(t)m<idi 
ni9?ebeii,Dciifeinc. [attifd) mad)cn(2J3Brtcr). 

Atticize, ai'teslte, v.a. l&tamm.] 

Atticize, v.n. fid) aiif attift^c 2Betfe, 
b. I), jicrlid), fein aii^bri'icfcn. 

Attics, at'tiks, *. pi. ber tifcl cine« 
35iid)? bei "ipnnfanias, tciS ppnSlrtifalianbelt. 

Attiq-uoMS, attig'uus, adj. angrcn* 
jenb, anili-0enb 



64 FMe, far, fall, fat. Mh, met. Fine, fin. N6, move, n6r, got, ^Jl. tUM. Trtbe, tub, full. t7/iii, Tllis. 



ATT 

AttingC^ atiinje', (f, attingere) v.a. 
leid)t bttul)ven, anfui)len. 

Attire, attire', (nPtm. attyrer; fr. 
atours, atourner; nrtll. atourni, n)eiblicf)cr 
©(ftmucfy V. a. anfldben, fcljmiirfen, pul}tn, 
{iereti. 

Attire, s. l. bit Jtfeibtinn, ber 9In3ito, 
(Scijmiicf, 'ipii0, (in eiiiierftii ©inne> Sopf; 
pu$. 'i. [2i5niDiii<iiin5iVr.J id6 ®c>yetfj. 3,* 
[2Jot.] Me S8liitl;entl)eile. 

Attired, anird'. adj. |5?er(b.] niit 
diiem 0)eiiifil)c, ©cilontie »en'el)cii. 

Attirer, attl'iur. *. bir 'ilnflftbenbe, 
Sd>im'i(feiibe. [ 6ererf>ti<jeii. Gower. 

Attitle, aiti'tl, I), a. t tetitelii; 

Attitude, at'teiiide, (ft. aii3.) s. 1. 

[yjtal. u. anlMj.J ^ic ©tcniiiifl, 5?oltHng. 2. 

i bie i?nitiinn, ©tcdtiiin. bn « 5?enc()uien, 

2}erf)nlten (ber ^^erfonen imb ©ocfjen). 

2. ill times of trouble let a nation pre- 

■erve a firm attitude. 

t Washington's Farewell Address. 

AttoUent, attol'lent, ((. attollens) 
adj. [<!lnnt.J niifl;e&cnb. - ». - ob. -muscle, 
Ber 9liifl)e()er. 

Attorn, atturn', ((at. ad U. tonio; 
ft. tourner; nrm. tuirgna, turnein) p. a. 
(geubnfr.] (bie Scl)iiC'i.'t1irf)t ctiicfi SBafnllcn) 
fliif cinen nnbern f|cl}iU'i)cmi I'ibcrtracieii. 

Attorn , V. n. cinetn neiien Qeljeni-. 
f)tvtn l^iilbiflcn iiiib feiii Celjen^mnnn iverben. 

Attorney, aitiu'iie. (norm, attour- 
non; tome; o. tour, SBeviinbcruiig) <• I. ber 
<Sa(t)maIter, aiiuuiilt, ^Jlbi-ofnt. -general, 
ber (S5enerrtlfi»fa(, ilreiinniualt. A letter, 
power ob. warrant ot -, eine iBf(lllind)t. 2. 
ber !Bei'o((niiiii)tigre, (JSeidjrtft^fiitjrer, aigcnt. 

Attorney, v. «. f bmd) cinen '•^c 
DDritnnd)ti<iten tlnin ob. uo(!jtel)en; ali einen 
anmnlt gcbrnndjen. Shak. 

Attorney, v.n.filnmait fctn. Shak. 

Attorneysliip, attur'nesliip, *■ I. 
bie aintunltfdjnft, 'jjirofurntur. Shak. 2. bai 
'Si6tMat. 

Attornment , atturn'ment , s 
[SRec^t^l'pr.J bnS Seljen^befenntni^ (luobiircf) 
etn 95ma(l i'ineni neuen Cc^cngf)errn Ijulbigr). 

Attrnct, attrakt', ((. attraliere) v.a. 
I. [^W-] <i"jief)en. 2. i a) nuf fid) jiet)en 
(bie 91iifn>crfrnuifcit) , jieminncn (2}emuiibe< 
rer), fiir fid> einntijinen (bie ^erjen). b) aw 
jiehen, reijen. IHudibras. 

Attract, *. t bie^lnjiefjung; bcr9?eij. 

Attractaliility, attraktabilete, s. 
b<i8 91n}ie()iingsofrmi!>(ien. As. Researches. 

Attractnble, attrak'tabl, adj. a\i< 
jief)bar, ber >]Injic()nn(i iintcriDorfeii 

Attractic, a 

Attract! 

Attract ^ , 

Attractin|!>-, attrak'ilng, adj. nn> 

jieljeiib. InufcinennjicfjcnbeSScirc, anjiel)enb. 

Attractini^'iy, atlraktlngle, adv. 

Attraction , altrak'shun , «. 1. 

['^Ijijf.j bie 'Qlnjieljiinfl, "Jdijidjnng^frnft, m^ 
trnftion, bai 'Jliiiiil)iin!ifiH'rmo(icu. Elec- 
tive-, l(Fl)fm.J bie 23eriuniibrfcfjafr, SlffiM 
tnt. — of gravity, bir >£rf)ii>rrfrafr. Newtoji. 
Ehcvc. 2. (i>l;i)r.| f(i<5 i!lujiel)i'n, bie "lliisir! 
I^ung. 3. 1 a) ber Jirij <bcr <£(boi\t)(it, ^e 
rebthiiiifeit K.). b) bae 'Jluiii;9iiibe; gr-at - 
etiuae l)ij(l)il 'Jlniiitcnfc*. 



I'liijictjnnii iintcriDorreii. 

tic, attrak'tik, j adj. 

tical, attrakl'ekal, \ ailiit' 

tile, attrak'tll, ) ^enb. 



AUG 

A.ttraCtive , attrak't'v , af^. I. 

[■ipfjDf.J (iniiel;enb 2. 1 niijieljenb (reijenb). 
-ado. Attrac'ti vely, aimct)Cnb , OUf 
eine nnjietjenbe SDeife. 
2. An — undertaking. RosCOE. 

Attractive, *. ber 9?eij. 

Attractiveness, attrak't'vnes, <. 
T u. i bai *Unjieljenbe, bie nniicl;enbe Qu 
genftijnft. 

Attractor, aitrak'tur, «. bie^erfon, 
bie, bai Dint), lucldjeS nniiel)t otur rcijt. 

AttrtUient, at'trahent, (I,U.> adj. 
annetjcnb. - *. bn^nnjieljenbe, reijenbeDing. 

Attrap, attrap', u.a.f nnflciDcii, jieren. 

Attrectation, attrekia'^hun, (1.) 
jr. bai l}inifige SJefiiljIen, 23etn|len. Dict. 

Attributable, attrib'uiabi, adj. 
jugefoneben , belgeinefyen , biigelegt lucrbcn 
fiiiinenb. [v. a. jii|'rf)reibeii, bcimeffen. 

Attribute, altrib'uie, (1. artribuere) 

Attribute, at'trebute, t. 1. [iiiiit 
fenfrf).] bie G-igeni'djnft, b(\& airtribi)t. 2. bie 
unten'djeibeiibe, farafteritliidje (S-igenrci)nft. 
3. [(yrnntm.] bie Sliiffnge, biiij 'JUusgei'iigre, 
ba& 'iitrribut. [Sog.J bn^ ^Driibifiit, -Jitmbut, 
bie'i3eik'gung, OcigelegteG'-igenrcijiift. 4. [Wal. 
II. 33tlbl).j bag UiireriMjeibungojcidji'M, 5beij 
jeidjei- bci6 SUrtrtbiit, 'Bitrfnial, ©innbilb, 
,3eid)en. 5. f ber gute Diiif, bie &)ve, bai 
jiijurd^rcibenbe 25erbien|l cber G-inein gebiil;* 
reiibe I'ob. Shak.. 

Attribution, attrebu'sjjun, «. 1. 
bie 3iifd)rcibiuig, Sueigiiuiig. 2. bie (?mpft'()< 
luti] , ba$ 2ob , 3eugni^. Shak. 3. bie bei' 
gciegre &igenfc^iift. [rl)«iieiib, jueignenb. 

Attributive, aitrib'iiilv, aUj. JU; 

Attributive, a. [(^ramm.J bnS'JliiS; 
fageiBort. 

Attrite, attrite', (I.) ndj. 1. nbgtrie: 
ben, nbgeniu;t. Miltow. 2. [iljeol.J betriibt, 
jevfnir|'d)t. [gerieben(;eir, 'Jlbgrmiyrhin:. 

Attriteness, attnie'ncs. «. mc »ilb= 

Attrition, attiisiriin, s. i. bai 'ilb-. 
reibcn, bie ^iibreibung; 2ItMiiitjiiiifl. 2. bie 
aibgcnu$t^eit, baS '"ilOgeriebeiifein. Johnson. 
3. i Li';eoI.J bie 3>-'rfiiirrd;uiig befi ^petjcno, 
©iiabenbereuung nu& blp|jer 5iii'(l>t I'l'r ff 
©trnfe, iinboUfoninicnc 25ii^e. VVai.lis. 
1. The change of aliment is effected by 
the — of the stomach. Akuuthnot- 

Attune, attune', v.a. 1. ^ l;arilil>llir(^ 

innd)en, Ijarnionifd) erronen nuidjen. 2. (to; 

lltnimeil (nfld)). To - tlie voice to the hiirp. 

rid)tig jui: :f»iU|'e fiiigcn. IMhton. 

1. Vernal airs — the trembling leaveit. 

Atvvaill, atwane', aof/.^'entjivei. Shak. 

Atvvell, (fdjott.; id) luetf} mA)l. 

Atween, atwein', adv. - bilill>ir(f)en. 

At'«vixt, atwikst', adv. b.iriiiiter. 

At\«'0, aioo', «(/«.* eiirjiviei. Chaucer. 

Aty r, i'tir, «. bie bengalii'dje JfoieneiTcnj. 

Aubaine, iiwbine', (fr. ^.)<- liiitce 
fr. diedft] bai ipcimfanrec<>t oiif bie SBiriii|'> 
fenfdjaft eiiieS gretubcn. 

Auburn, aw'bum, (ongelf. brennan. 
burn) adj. buufelbraun , mi^briuin, ta\\a- 
nicitbrniin. 

Auction, iwk'shiin, (lAf. auctio; 
engl. hawk; Jjofeiu i. I.bieiJluftioiu SBerilei; 
grriiiio 2. cic i>fr|lciflerfe ®nd)e. Pope. 

.Auction, 0. u. oerileigrni. 

.i&UC>ioiiary^ awk shunarc, ndj. 



AUG 

au etner 93er|teigerung gef)&rig. Drydeh. 

Auctioneer, Swkshuncer', (nudt 
A u c ' t i o n e r) s. b(T 23t'r|li'igiTir, >iliif tiona. 

Auctioneer, i-.n-yerileigmi. [ror. 

Auctive, iwk'tiv, (lar.) adj. vn. 
niel;rinb. 

Aucupation, awkilpa'shun, (((It.) 
«. t ber ajogclfiiiig, ba6 SBogelileflen ii.± oat 
ipard)en nai1) C>-rivn5. 

Audacious, awda'shns, (I. audax ; 
fr. audaeieux) adj. l.j fred), ferf, uenucgen, 
breijl, nni>errd)aint, fiiljii. 2. T fi'iljn, iniitl). 
udQ, frci, offen, breifl. Johnson. _ adv. Aa- 
da' clou sly, fred), fiifjn, tnutljootl. 

Audaciousness, ^wda-.'shunnl*, 
t. bie S.u\)ntjeit , 5red)(;eit, aSenveg.nljeit. 

Audacity, awdas'ete, 3. I. ^ bit 
Sii^nljeit. 2. I bie Drei|ligfeit, $Jre(()I;eir, 
Uiu'erfdjiiintfjeif. 

Audible, iw'dcbi, {r.andibiiis)«,y. 
f)orbnr, (diit, »ernel)nilic^. - adv. A u'd i b I y, 
l)5rbnr ic. 

Audibleness, aw'dcbines, «. bie 
.^jorbiirfeit, Seriieljmbarffit, 25fnul)mtid)feit. 

Audience, aw'jcense, *. I. bie .jju, 
fj&rung. 2. bai Qklfot, bieiJinbien.}. --c han»- 
ber, ber ajubien.ifiinl. 3. bie 3ii(ji>ri'r, bat 
9lnbirorium. 4. [iSpiinienJ bie >iii!^ien)a (ein 
@erid)t5l)of). 5. ((*ng(.] bai 'Jliibten.jgiTid)t 
(bci5 e-rjbifd)ofe uon (FniitiTtuin)). 

To have -, -j- ,iiigel)ort iverPeii. M11.T011. 

Audience of leave, bie'}lbfd)icb?nilbienj. 

.Audieilt, iw'decut, iw'jeent, <. f 
ber 3iil}wcr. Shei.ton. 

;tudit, Jw'dit, s. 1. bie lIiircrriid)nMg, 
'3lbt)i:'rnng ciner 9fed)niing, 9eed>niiiig6abl)or 
2. 1 bie 9if'd)nuiig. Shan. 

Audit, I), a. [?{ec()iiiing;n).l flbljCiren, 
untci-fiid)en, (ibne(;men; (bi^iul.) juriiinmeiw 
redjiieii. 

Audit -house, Sw'd't- house, «. 
bo5 ju Ciller 5?iniptfird)e gc()5rige ^febenge. 
bnnbe, iwrin bie fie betreffenben &c\'d)(i\tt 
bcfbrgt merben. 

Audition, Swdlsh'iin, *. b(is§&ren. 

Auditive, ^w'detlv, adj. I;5renb; 
[5lnnt.] jum &H)'i>t flc()5ri(j, &ei)bt . . . 

Auditor, aw'detur, *. 1. ber 3iif)&» 
rer. 2. ber 3{ed!)nung6rntO/ 9{ec^nung«reui» 
for, 9^ed)nung«(ibf)0rer.3.['>)J?i(it.] ber'Jlubitor. 

Auditorsllip, iw'detiirship, s. bai 
9init eine« Jfcc^iiiing^rnttjg ob. 9Iu&itor«. 

Auditory, aw'delurre, adj. Ijbrmb ; 
bn6 (53el)lir bcttejfenb. - nerve, [iUnnt.J ber 
ffleljorneroe. 

Auditory, «. 1. bie ajerfntntnding 
1)011 3i"l)i>i'''rn , bie 3iil)Brer. 2. ber fporfaiK, 
bai aiiibiroriiim. 3. ber 9{i(t)tfri'liil;l. Enc^c 

.Auditress, iw'detres, s. bie 3u< 
fjorcriim. Mii.ton. 

Auf, Swf, s. ber 5Wflrr, :iropf, f. Oat 

Auii;^ean, ^wjc'an, adj. l^yRijtl).] 
- stable, ber Stiifl bci 2Iiigin«. 

Aug'er, aw'giir, ii)o(i. aveganr; on* 
ge(f. nale-gar, l)on nafa, bie 9{nbll<lbe, inib 
gar, ber53ol)rcr) *. [ird)no(.] ber groge^tl>> 
rer, <Srniigeiibof)rer (ber 3i"n»crieute) 
-bore Ob. --hole, 1. bil4 S5of>rlO((> 
2. i ber ciige 9{iiiim. 

AujE^lit,^ (rd)ort.) bcfi^cn; nngrhoien. 

Aucllt,^ VVhae's aught it'' iixill gc: 
Iji^r eii 



FAt.". f'.r, fhU. fat. m. mot Flnf. fin NA. move. n^r. «ot. 6il, riai^. Trihe. tub, fi^M. t^in, THis. 65 



AUG 

Aug-lit, (frf)Oft.)«. bn6^i(jeiUhiim, bet 
aSfil^. In aiie's -, ill OemanDiJ 5?iiii6en. In 
a' my -, in meineii! gaiijcn 'Bcfir). 

Anffiltf Awt, (atigtir. awlht, aht, 
owilii, oh wit, ohi) «. I. G-tll'rt« , tr(^rn^ 
CSriiM*. 2. in ^awtt, bai >}5iinftrf)en , txii 
WfriiifltTe. 

1. But go, my Kon , and see if— lie wan- 

ting. Addisuk. 

2. There failed not — of any good thing 

which the Lord had spokrn. .losii. XXI. 

For - 1 know, (t) uiel id) lurip, \o uicl 
niir bfii'iijjr \i\. 

Aua[it*!ii iw'jjie. ((jr.) «. ["TOinernln.l 
Der ^liiflit, Me .Clil>«•lIf'Ifn^e. (ti (irlniriq. 

Aui^itiCT6wjit'ik,n(i;.)iir ClivcnMeih 

Au^^llicnt, awgMieni', (fr. augnien- 
ter; Int. nugnientum; qr. amo) p. a. Ufr> 
meljren, i>er(irJgcrii. 

Aug-iiieiit, V. n. fid) titrnirf^ren, 
flrt) pfriiri'ftfrti, jiinrtjnifn. 

Atiffiiit'iit, iwg'nient, «. 1. bir-Brr> 
tnrl)ritiiii, i8er()ri>Hfrunfl, 3iiiinhMif. 2. [<pl)i; 
Id.] Hi ?lii(Tiieiit, bie 25prfill'e. 

Auffineilfnlllef Hwgnient'abl,a'(/. 
pfriiifhrt'iir. 

A Uffincnf ation, i w^nienti'dhun, 
*. 1. bie 25irmfhrmi(i , 2?iT(iri»f5iTnnn , 3"' 
nnfjtne. 2. fer Smviiit*, 3iiWfJ- •*• ("Wiif.! 
iit Sfrfi'pvliinn I'd ^i'Uwvrrrt)ti ttt lt)e' 
ma'6 einrr Jiuic cb. riitf# iJiiiuMi*. Ur»n\. 
4. [5^rrlb.] pi- Sn^i^c )u einrni IBtppfn, 
pft ni6 (I-hrfM)fi(f)i'n, fit ol6 ^njjpfii ober 
nl« Ciinrtirrctii'ii ai'MiMrt ti'frrifn. 

Au$[f ■ilt*ntati«'e y i w^men'tativ, 
adj. l>t•rnlcf)rfll^, vrrnri'iltriib, i^frftrirfrtiP. 

Antflll<*ntf'r, awgnienlur, «. ttt 
SBtrimlirfr , 1? riirnfirrrr. (iiiufr Aiig<fr. 

AlI9T«'-llul<* Pb. Aiigre'n liore f. 

Aultrur, aw'<>rir. dm. an^iir) «. I. 
[r6m. fsiffrti.i ^fr >?lii(iiir. 'i. brr lU.ihrf.iiirr. 

Auj>-iir, ». >i. I. iiMhriiiiirii. 2. nl)iicit, 
mtithmiifji'ii ; -iiy) fd)llr(}rn (aiis (?nun#). 

.4ii]fiir, r. rt. I. iTrijerfiigfii , iBciff.i' 
flfn. 2. iihiicn, tmitfjinnfirii. 

Aii{;:iiral, in'^uial. ndj. jiir 'IB>if)r> 
foflfrri (ifljprin. - «iati . ttr ^«.il)rfiiniT|t.ii'. 

A Uf{'lirat(*, iw'<;i'i>aie. V. If. -f 
prPVf)i'K'''"- tiiiithn!iif;rn, niiivirircn. 

All|flimfi4>ll, aw^iiia'sliun. s. I. 
btf 1Beiffo(iiiii(i, tmi •Jliiiinnrcii. 2. bif25i>r> 
trtfiitiing. bii* 9IiMcirfirit. [Smak. 

Aiii^iir«*r, ^w'j-nrilr. ». tbcr^liiaiir. 

Au^lirijtl, iiwgii'rcal, adj. aiigil; 
riu1?, nmi'rrr.v'rirfft. Brown 

Antflirizc, Jw'cuiJ/.e. r. a. f illls 
(jiiriri'M , iTrlifrM^fii , nif iff.iiif n. 

AlIj^'lirOIlM, ^w'gtlilis. adj. wci\\<[< 

(jenP, iihiirnP, i'rrf«eJ>riirfnb, nnnnrirrnb. 

AlllfUry, aw'guii. (lat. angurium) 
*. I. bie 'Sjalirfiiflfrf i ; "Sjiil^naniiiifl, bn« 
'JJiigiirirrii. 2. tie SBpr&effiitiiiifl, bii6 '•JIu- 
giiriiMii. Shak. Drvdex. 

Allj^IIKtf awgust'. (liU. niigiistiiK) 
adj. iirpft, l)i'i)r, frltal'fii, Ijcrrlid). (•Jliigiirt. 

Aujfiist, iw'guxi. t. [Raknt:] brr 

AiitfiiMfn, awgus'ia. «. I'^ribrrii.] 
9Iugiiilii. 

Aufflinfan, awgust'an, adj. I. nin 
flUftil'd). 2. nilil^blirnifff). -confession, &nf 
aufl^burgifff)? ffllniibeiif bcfemitiiiB. Ejicyc. 

AuffUtftiuiaus , Iwgusiin'eanz, «. 
i tigl.-deutsch. Wiirlerbuc . f. 



AUll 

1. flljfol.] We ?liiqinl!niiincr. 2. - ob. Au- 
gus't i II s. Dit9liigiiiltiift (em -JJ^iMic^sJcrfteti). 

A ug'ustnes.4 , awgiist'ii4s. I. (ie 
©r^nteiihcir, >polH'it, -iiiurfi' (Der-WioiieK.i. 

Aiagrustus, iwgiis'ttis, s. l<)iiiinej 
Stiigiiil, 'Jliigiiitufi. [ (jDrnitl).] ttx iJllf. 

Auk, awk, (jii|"nmmcng. u. Alcn) a. 

AulnriMIl, awla'rean . (lot. aula) «. 
[Uiiii'err. CrforB) Da6 ^3Kitfl!if6 einer 'iliiln, 
jllin UliriTt"rt)ieDe W\\ Collegian. 

Aitld, (rrf)Ptt.) nit. 

Aulil rnrraii, I (f(f)ott.) i"d;nnTin= 

Auld rt«mtiit,5 ni.<i, fliui, liilitj, 
pfiffiil. Itiine, day of other years. 

Auld Inii^ nyniSy (fitL'tt.) older 

Aul<l-<»%'Hrld, (fc^ott.) niffr.uififif), 

nltontfrifrt) , nlrim>Dir({). [nlte ©cfd)id)tcii. 

Auld-ivarld stories, (fd)L<rt.) 

AuleliC, iiwlet'ik, (flr.) udj. t Jll 
eiiicr ^l>ieife ot>. jii ••ISiVifen , 9(&l)reii ge()in'i(i. 

AuliC, iw'lik, (tnt. aulicus; gr. aule) 
adj. 1. [tent, (^efd).] jii eineni i^pfe flel;i«rig, 
i}^\ ... — council, ter 9fcid)il)iM'rntl). 2. s. 
[Uiiii'ert".) bieStreitilUiiiig, ®trciri"d>rirr. Knc. 

Aulll, /iwn, (fr. aune; 1. ulna; gr. 

AiiiK*, J olene) t. bit triitiji>rifd)e Q\W. 

AuillHtl , iwniale', (ft. emalh o. <>. 
t tiint iitndjen. titES!.EH. 

Aumbry, \. imbry. 

AuiiK*, awin, t. (l)p||.-))?nHi MeiiUni'. 

.4unf, ant. ((.aiiiiiai s. I. t^ie ^J.)^lll)illC, 
Iniite. Great-, bie (iJrogtniite. 2. Pie luenV 
Jrnii; (mid)) tie itiippieriiiii. .>>h*k. 

Aura, awta. dnciij.) *. l-IiiifTriifd).! 
tie iJliidrtroiiiimg I'oii feincii iljcild^iii niu^ 
eincni .Ui^'rper, fer \'lii^fl"i6 >•'"" 'iiiPOlgeriid)!.'!!. 

Auratt^, aw'iaie. «. I. Me (^HMCbini. 

2. [Ol^i-ni.! Cne (JJi'icrniierfnlj; - ot potaxh. 
golM'niire iHurnu1)e. 

Aurated, awrited, adj goltnrtig. 

Aur**lia, uwie'led, J. i (f-iitoni.l 
Die "Jjiippr, i)ri)mpl)e 2. l-iUeit'crn.| 'Jliiniia. 

Aureliau, Awrelean, udj. }ti eiiier 
ijjiippc gfO^'ria. If'i'^ (i)ul^^nllre. 

Auric, aw'iik, udj. [6l)flll.| - acid, 

Auricle, awiekl, (int. auricula) *• 
['Jliint.l 1. tn<J mifjcre Cljr. 2. Knfi ipcrirljr. 

Auricula, awrikilla, s. l~^ot.J Cic 
•Jliirifel. 

Auricular, ^wrik'llllr. ndj. Dl)= 

ren . . . . l. J" ff" Oljreii gel;i>rig. i- in Dnc 
Cljr gringr, l)einilid). -confession, Ifnrl). 
iHcl.l tie Oljrciibeidjtc. 3. im'iuMid) i'it'L-rlie> 
fcrt. 4. tiird) bn6 (i)t'l)Dr t-rfniint, jimi ip'o- 
n-ii gi'Ijorig. lin'S Cl}r, l;eimiiil). 

Auricularly, awrikiilarlc, adv. 

Auriculafu , iwrik'tilaie , udj. 
I2}pt.! gcfOrr. ^ 

Auriculated, iwrlk'iilited , adj. 
griMJe , innge Oljreii fjaeeiib^, lnngL>l)rig. 

AuriTeruus, awrlf'tenis, (lat.au- 
rifer) 'idj. goI?rcid) , ginrfuljri'liD. 

Aurig-a, fiwiiga, #. [ Olilron. ] 6er 
giiOrmnim. 2. I^ljir.] Die 'tfiii)rmniiii56iii6e. 

3. l-iliiiU.) peri'ierreCnppcuti'reel'er. aiuNCY. 
Aurig^atiOll, awiegislmn, (I. au- 

riga) I. ta6 JiiOrmfffii. 

Auripis'iiieiituin, r.Orpinieni. 

Auriscalp, aWrJskaip, (Int.) «. 
[Gl)ir.] ber OI)rpiiirfl, DI}rli>ifeL 

Aurist, Jw'rist, (lai. auris) s. bet 
Dl)rfnarji. Ash. 



AUT 

Aurora, Swro'ra, ((.aurora; fnrtsfr. 
arnii) t. 1. £iie •>I>?ornenr6r(;e. Aurora 
borealis Ob. lumen boreale, imi 3iorbli(ftr. 
2. llJot. ] ber .'J>al;iiciif"ii(j. 3. l-Kprl). ] 
i!(iirorn , /. 

Auroral, awioial, adj. bie^JJeorgfiK 
r&tl)e Ob. biis 9?iirMirf)t ('crrcffeiib. 

Aitruin, aw'nini, (rnr.2i3.)*. [IDif. 
I'eilfd).] bnSCMolb. - fulminuns, fnlininafing 
gold. bnS ^llillfgolb. - niosaiciiiii ob. iiiu 

sivum, bn* ■'))?iif(ogo(b. 

Auscultation, awskulia'.shini. ((.) 

i. I. biie ,3ul;i:H-en, giiifmrrfcn. 2. (■OMeb.) 
bic 'Jlii^riiltnrion (>7Jfct(;obe, .\?mnff)i'ircii biirdi 
25co(>ad)tiiiig be« (£if)alle5 niif ber 9)ru|l ju 
lliitiTfd)cibeii). Laknmec. 

Auspicate, aw'speUate, (fnt.) v. a, 

1. Oiliicf mcifTiigen. Burke's REn.ECTtoss. 

2. oorl)fr nnji'igfii. B. Jonson. 3. nnfaiigen. 
Auspice, iw'spis, ^(fnt.auspi- 

AuspiceS,5w'spcsc/,;>/.^ciuiii) 4. 1. 

bie SSorbebciitimg, ba«J >!liinuriiiin. 2. pt. bit 

Seining, Qliiffirf)!, ber @(tii(), 25ei|Tnnb, 

@d)irm, ^iiiftiif?, Die ^}(iirpijieii. Ibeuteiib 

Auspicial, Swspisii'al, nd;. wrixt 

Auspicious, aw»|,ish'n»,nrf/. (JMUff 

mfifTn.iPiib ; gi'iiiiTig, gliirflid). 2. gli'icf(id) (u. 
'TJiTfoiieiD. Dkvdew. 3. geiieigf,ii)o(;('.i)pneiib, 
gnnbig. Shak. 

Auspiciously, Swspish'iVsle. ado. 

gdicflid), iiiuer giiiiiligfr 33iT(icbfiitimg. 

AuspiciouKness,^w.spish'u!.nus, 
s. brr nfiiiiligc i!liird)i'iii ; ini- mnd. 

Auster, ^w'stur, (int. m.) s. ? bej 
iSiiPiuinb. Pope. 

Aust(*re, iwstcie', (int. austems, 
udj. I. ilrriig, (;nrt, rnui;, iiiifrciiiiblid), 
crii|T(i'.'i)5erroiieii). 2. I)ert>(ii.(»)erd)mn(f). 3. 
t itreiig, crnil. -look, eiii err!|Ter 25li(t. 
- udn. A II s I e r e ' I y . ftveiig !C. 

Austereness, ^wsiere'ils, *. i. 
bie ©frpiifie, jp.irte, G-riiillinftigreit, lln- 
freiiiiMirf)fi'ir (bi-fixnrnftcrS :c.) 2. biei>crf'e, 
5pfrl'l)eit(ciner5riid)t!c.),berhcr6e(i)erd)iiin(f. 

Austerity, awsier'eie, «. 1. tip 
©treiige (be.5i?nrnfterd:c.). 2. pi. bie ilrenge 
<?ee>eiiSnrt; itrenge Hefriiiigen, bie i^nitciiiiin, 
Siifjiiiig. 

Austin, Jw'stin, *.9(iigiit1iii. - - f r i a r, 
ber >}Iiigii|liiiertiuMicf). --nun. Die 2Iiiaii|ti» 
nernoiiiie. 

Austral, aws'tral, adj. fllblicft. 

Australasia, iwstral^'^hca, «. 
01iiilrnlien,^}3oli)iicfieii. 

Australize, aws'tralue, v. v. fi4 
imd) Siibeii iieigcii ob. loeiibeii. 

Austria, aws'trea, s. [csjeogr.] Dc- 
llerreid). ld)ifd). - *. ber Df|liTreid)er. 

Au.strian, aws'trcan, adj. oilerrcii 

Austrine, iws'irin, adj. I'liblid). 

AustrOIBianCy , aws'tromanse, 
(gr.) s. Die 'ienl)rrngiiiig nii$ ben "ajiiibcii. 

Authentic, awi/ien'tik, /(gr.) 

Autlieutical, awt/icntekal, i^ adj 
I. niitljeiirifd), nd)t, ri'd)t^frnr'tig, Deglniifcigt, 
glnubiuiirbig, jiiuerlniTig. 2. feierlid) ()cf6r< 
bert. .Shak. — ndo. Aut lien 'tica Iiy, nils 
tl)cniifd) ;c. 

AutlienticalneSS, awr/ion'tekal- 
nes, ». bie 9liirl)ciiricitnt, 9Ied)tl;eif, 9?ed)r^. 
OUltigfeit, Wlniil'iuiirDigfeif. 

Autlienticatto}iwt/ien't«kAt«.r.a. 



(.(> laie. far. fall, f.*t Me. met. Fine. fin. N6, move, n6r, got. 6il. cloud. Tnlie. tn'>. fnll. (/'in. Tllis. 



AUT 

teurf iinbcn, 6cg(nii6i(]cn, rcctttSguttia mnc^jen. 

Tlie king serves only as a notary to 
authenticate the clioice of judges. 

BiTRKE. 

Autlienfication, iwt/ienielia'- 
sliun, «. Me SSffllaiibinimg. 

jftutllt^uticity^ awt/ientis'sete, «. 

Die 0)lnut'iiuirMflfctt, 3krf)tt)eit. 

AutlienticneSS, awtAen'tlknes, 

«. t tie ?led)rl;eit. 

'Auiltor, aw't/iur, ((at. auctor; ir. 
uglidar; ID. awdur; fr. auteur; fp. autor; 
it. autorc) s. 1. Cer ©d)Bpfer, ©tiftct, llr: 
t)i:bet. 2. ber SBerfaffer, Sd)rifrflc[ler. 3. bic 
Jlrfadje. [laffni. 

Autlior, i>. n. t I'cnirfiic^en, vevaw-- 

AutllOreSS, aw't/tiires, «. 1. Cic 

Urf)eC>eriiin. 2. Die ©d^riftllcUcriiin. 

AutUoritative , iwi/ior'eiativ , 
adj. 1. teuofliiiridjtigt, tie Ii5t(;ige ©cwjnlt 
()a('cnb. Pearson. 2. gi'bietccifd), a(MVrcd)enC>. 

AutlioritativeJy^ awt/ior'etiliiv- 
le, adv. 1. mit Sluroritar. 2. gebietcrifd). 

Autltoritativeness , awi/ior'- 
4;aiivnes, ». 1. M6 5?nnbelii ucmuiflc ciiicr 
25i.iUinnd)t ober ©cmalr. 2. ixii mid^tijje'iln; 
fctjeii, ge6ictcriid)e 233efi'ii. 

AMtliority,avvi/ior'ete. «. l.biefleff(>5 
iiiaf5ige''Wiid)t iiiib Weiuiilt, 5lutmtot. 2. bn^ 
?liifel;en, bie(tmirn(i!rf)e)GS)eivnIt, ber&infliilj; 
fcic 2eid)tigfdt. 3. bnS Seuanifj ; bie ''Huto-. 
ritnt (tiller ©cf)vifr, ^en'oii). 4. bie (yiau('= 
a'urbigfeit, 91utcritiit (eiiieg (S>ei'd)trf)trd)rci: 
tn6 K.). 5. ber 2?efe()(; bie greifjeit, Gt-- 
Mubnip. 6. 19{ed)t!5i"pr.] pi. bie 91itroritntcn 
(fnlljerc aiugipriiche eineS ®mci)tM)v\i& , bie 
tinbciiber Dtatur finb). 7. bie 23oIlimid)t. 
8. bie Dfegierung, Cbrigfeit, SBcljbrbe. 9. 
KEenneftifut] civil -, bie griebcti«i-id)ter. 

Of a suspected — ,iinnctt, uiiglnut'iuurbig. 
From the best authorities, aui ben be; 
ften QiieKen. To be in -, bie Qiemait in 
§nnben fjnbcn. 

Autliorization , iwt/t&rezA'sliun, 
«. 1. bie a3cLio((innc^tiguiio. 2. bie ^c\intU 
gimg , (5)ii(tigiiind)ung. 

Autltorize, iw't/i&rize, e. a. 1. be; 

rDrinind)tigcn, bfrcd)rigcn, ernidd)rigcti (G'l- 

tien). 2. gi'ilHg iii(id)eii, beilrttigeii (eiiie $ei; 

rati)). 3. bidigen, giit()cif-en. 4. fi'ir red)tiiiiv 

fjig crflarcn, red)tfcrtigen. 5. biird) 'Jlutoritnt 

eitifiil;ren, begriiiiben, fc(t|"e$en. 6. (eine'^JJJei; 

ming ic.) beflriiiiben, betTntigcii, in »2tnfel)en 

bringen Db. fetjcn; bcrcdjtigeii , ermnd)tigen 

(jU). Webster. 

4- Suppress desires wliich reason does 

not — . Webster. 

5. An autliorized idiom of language. 

Webster. 

AutllOrleSS, iw't/nirles, adj. mu 
glnubmi'irbig. l-}UitDrrd)aft. Shaftesbury. 

Alltliurship, aw't/iurship, t. bie 

AMtobiog'ra.|iIiy , awtobiog'- 
grafe, (gr.) «. bie SBefrf^reibimg feine« eige. 
uen CebeiiS, *UiitDbipgrap(;ie. Wai.sh. 

Autoclitlton, iwtok't/iun, (gr. 
233.) *. bcr Urbciuo()iier (eiiicS 2niibc«). 

Aiiiocrasy, awtok'rase, (gr.) *. 
bie 2liirofratie, <Selb|lf)frrrd)aft. 

Autocrat, aw'tokrat, ^ W. bcr 

Autocrator^aw'tokriiiir, >©flbfl= 

Autucrater, J t)crr= 



AVA 



f(f)cr, 5Iiitofrflt. 



rat'Ik, ) 

lokrat'ekal, y 



Autocratical, awto 
adj. autefrncifd). Eton. 

Autocratrix, iw'tokraiiiks, £. bie 
iSeIb|l()errfd)erinn (in 3{ngi(inb ber litel bcr 
ilrtiferinn). 

Auto-da-fe, awtodafe', (fp. 2D.) 
J. Ifntl). ^ird)cj l. bn3 aiiitobnfe, bie fici;er= 
()iiirid)ning,ile^i'ri'cr['renniing. 2- bieitct5cr» 
ucnirrljeilung. 3. bnS AU"l;crgerid)t , GJlrtii; 
ben6gcrid)r. 

Autog-rapli, iw'tograf, ^ (gr.) 

Autog-rapliy, awing'grafc.^ <■ bie 
©.'Ib|ird)rifr, llr)"d)rift; Dai Driginal. 

Autug-rapliical, iwtograf'ekal.^ 

Autog-raplkiC, awtograffik, ^ 
adj. eigcnljiinbig gefd^ritben, eigcnljnnbig. 

Autoinalite, s. [•DJJiiicralg.] bcr 
9llltLMlU1Iir, '5ilf)(iillit. Thomson. Cyc. 

Autoiaiatli, iw'tomai/i, (gr.) «. bcr 
®elbiTgelcl)rte. Yodng. 

Automatic, awtomat'ik , ^ 

Automatical, awtomal'ekal, ^ 
adj. 1. felbftbciucglid) , (trf) fcib|l bcmegenb. 

2. nutmnntird), mnfitinenniiifjig. 
Automaton, ^wtom'.von, (gr. 2B.) 

pi. automata iinb bcffer automatons, 
t. bcr *!liitiiinin, iiM iSclb|lgerriebe. 

AutOmatOUS, ^wtnm'aitis, adj. 
nutonintifd). Brown. 

Autonomous, i w ton 'noMiiiM,(gr.) 
adj. frei, nad) cigenenOJcfctjcn rcgicrt. 

Autonomy, awtnn'nome, (gr.) i. 
t bie ©elbftregicrung , bcr ©elbiliuide. 

Autopsy, ^w'topse, (gr.) s. l. 
['OTi)ll.l bie @eIb)lbcfd)nuuMg. 2. (>Jinnt.] 
bie Dcffniing eine6 2eid)nnm5. 3. ber ^Jliigcii-- 
fc^ein, biiS ©clbtlic(;en, bie cigcne iBeobiicfjniiig. 

Autoptical, awtop'tckai, adj. niir 
cigenen 9liigeii gere^en, bcobiic^tet. Johnson. 
-adv. A u t o p ' t i c a 1 1 y , niit cigenen 'iliigcn. 

Autumn, ivvtiim. (lat. autumnnsj 
I. ber 5perb|l. 
The golden pomp of — . W. Irving. 

Autumnal, awtum'nal, adj. lHrb|t) 
lid). - fruits, §erb|lfrrid)te. - a- bie^erbjb 
pfTanjen. 

Auxesis, Swgze'sis, (gr. 2C.) t. 
[9?(}Ct.l bie tlebertreibung. Smith. Kwcyc. 

Auxiliar, iwgzil'yar, ) adj. jnr 

Auxiliary, awgzil'yare.^ 5?iiitebic! 

ncnb, $iilf« - troops, jpiiifiuruppcn. 

- verb, [(55rnmni.] i>a6 ^lilfsjcituuirt. 

Auxiliary. *. 1. bcr 35ci(lanb, bie 
i^iilfe , ber ipclfer. 2. pi. bie ipiiifsrruppcn. 

3. [©mnini.l Mi ^lilf^jcitiyort. 
Auxiliatiou, awgzilea'shun, *. bie 

i>i"ilfe, bcr Sgciflanb. ^ ^ [f)elfenb. 

Auxiliatory, Swgzll'yaiurre, udj. 

Ava, (rd)Dtt.) at all. 

Avail, avale', (fr. valoir; t. valere; 
eng(. well; arnb. balla) v. a. I. (one's self 
of any thing) fid) bebienen (eincr <S>cid)(), 
Qtmai benu^en , firf) i" ^"^^ innd)eii. 2. 
e-inem (jelfen, nn^en. 3. bcfijrbern, bcgiin= 
fligcn (ein llntcrnc()men :c.). [Webster. 

1. Let him avail himself of his license. 

2. What will skill - us against num- 

bers? Webster. 

Avail, V. n. 1. helfen, nu^en, plmi 

Siii^cn fciu. 2. ilnrf flcnug fcin, l)iiireid)enbe 



AVE 

l®tarPe, ^rnft, ©cmatt i^nben, nm Qtnxii tu 

beiwirfen; rtll6rcid)cn. Medicines will not 
avail to check the diseiise, 3Jrjene;tlI 
fiinnen ber iir(infl)cit feinen Gini)nlt tt)un. 

Avail, s. ber 'Tiutjen, (^ciuinn, 93i'r« 
tijcil, bag SSeite. 

Available, ava'iabl.nrf;. l.nu^lid), 

PDrtl)eil()(ift, fi)rberlid). Atterbury. 2. giiitig. 

2. Laws are — by consent. Hooker. 

Availableiiess , ava'lablnes, «. 
I. bie ^fiitjiic^fcit, 9iutibnrfeit. 2. tit&uU 
rigfeit, ^rnft. 

Availment, avaie'mlnt, s. f bie 
g^iii^lidjfeit, ber 23i'rtl)cil, giui^en; gliicflid)e 
'Huc-gnng; bie 22irffanifeit. 

Avails, avaU', *. pt. [Tliotbam.] bet 
©rrnig, ©cannn. 

Avalanche, avalansh',^ (fr. 2B.)«. 

Avalang-e, avaianje', J bie Onivi* 
ne, Snumine. Bvrok. 

Avale, avale', (Int. vallis) v. n. f 
faflen , finfcn , (id) fenfen. 

Avale, V. a. t faden hifTen, fenfen. 

Avant, avant', (fr. SB.) «. obcr - - 
guard, ber 2Sprtrnb. --courier, bet 
iSiTt'nte, SSorltiufer. --mure, bie S5or« 
lUiliUT. --peach, bie 5>'''')Pf"'l'id)e. 

Avant'urine, «. [-iBiincrnlg.] Det 
•ilimntiirin , (i)liinincr|1cin. Uiie. 

Avarice, av'aiis, (l. avaritia; aveo^ 
«. bcr 0)ci,i, bie .^iibfndjt. 

Avariciou.t, avarish'us, adj. gei> 
jig, fnrg. — «d«. A vnri'ciously, gcijigic. 

AvariciousneSS, avarish'usnes, 
.». bcr (^cij , bie iXiirghclr. [Gower. 

Avarous, avarus. Oft/, t I)nb|ud)tig. 

Avast, avast', (perf. bus, genug; it. 
bastii) interj. [>D?nr.] gcniig ! (;iilr nn! I)nlt! 

Avauilt, avant', ( m. ibant, fort) 
hiterj. fort! fort bii ! ii'cg ba! parte bid)! - ». 
I'o give one the -, (5-inen uiit 25crai^tung 
cntiaffcn. Shak. [self. praMen, fid)riit;uien. 

A vaunt, v. a. nihineii. To - one't 

Avel, avel', (irtt.) I), a. abrci^cn. 

Ave Hary, ave mi're, t. [tath. 
9{cl.| bnS aii'c, aiue •>»faria. 

Avenaceous, aveuA'shus, (int.) 
adj. ()affrarrig. 

Aveua^e, av'enidje, (fat. avena; 
fr. avoine) *. bcr 5paferjin5, bie 5pnfergulte. 

Avener, I av'enur, s. [engl. geun 

Avenor, ^ balr.i ein S. @ta(Ipern;n(s 
tcr, bcffcn'^lniieemar, ipaferl)erbcijufd)affen. 

Aveng'e, avenje', (fr. venger; fp. 
vennar; I. vindex; angclf. winnan, flreiten, 
gi'iuiniien) v.m. 1. rad)cn. 2. nl;nbcn, flrafen. 

To - one's self of . . ob. on . . ., fid) 
rrid)cn an . . [ajeftrafiing. 

Aveug'eance, avin'janse, j.f bie 

Aveug'emeut, avenje'mlnt, s. 1. 
bie ^iad)e. 2. bie >lllinbiing, 23ei1rafung. 

Aveng-er, aven'jur, *. I. ber din-. 
d)cr. 2. bcr '3l()nber, 53ciTrafer. 

Aveug°eress, aven'jures, 4. 1. Me 
9{ad)crinn. 2. bie '3l()iibcriini. Spensek. 

Avens, avenz.^*. 125pt.]bafi!8enebif« 

Avent, av'ent.J tciifraut. MiLixa. 

Aventure, aven'tsln'ire, (fr. 2D.) 
«. |9{ed)t^fpr.i bcr llMfall, ungliirflid)c Sufad 
(ber ol)ne ba5 ipiniiirl;nn cincr anbern <Perfon 
einc^ »))?enfd)en iob jiir golge t)at, j. S>. 
burd) ©rnriafen k.k 



1 



FAlt". tar. I?ill Int. Mi. met. Fine, fin. N6. mhve. n6r. got, 6il. rifind. Ti'ibe. tnb. dill. tAin. IHis. ti 



AVE 

Avenue, av'inu, (fr. «B.) «. I. ber 
Durcfjaniifl, 3"{)<"iil. ^<i&- 2. fcie 9ltlee, ^er 
93rtiini(jfln(j. Encyc. 3. 6ie'2lueiiue, mit!8riu< 
men bfir^te (Stm^e. 

Aver, (fdiprt.) fcn5 91rbeitfpfert. 

Aver, aver', (ft. ave'rer; lat. verun; 
flriii. qiiiiya; it. feor, fir; ID. gwir; corn, 
uir; ^. ii'iihr; fjpff. waar) u. o. i>erfirf)crn, 
bcfriiftiqen, bcu'nljrfn. Prior. 

Aver, av'ur, *. t ^n« ©tiirt 3"fli'ifl)- 
--catele, i<\6 Sufll''*')- -coin, Ne 
JJrphngctrciB*. --land. tn6 Jrcljngur. 
-penny. Me J^P^nilf lift. 

AveriHfC, av'urirfje, (norm. a»er«, 
25ifl), $nbf; fir. avoir) #. I. (ifjniibfll Dcr 
Secfcf)iiticn , 6ie 5?ni'erfi. 2. bn I^urt^i'djuitt, 
tai mittlfte 2J«h(iftnt0. On cfcr upon 
an - , im Oiir(f)|(^nitte. 3. eine firiiu '7lbj 
flftt'e, i«e(cf)e firtiiflmte nn Pen ®d)iff<5|)fttrini 
nebfii Per flfivoljnlidjiii 'i?rrtrt>t fiir feme 
9ltim(f)t liber Pie flelabciien Water bejnljlen. 
■1. le-nol.] Per ©pnniiPienfl, Pie grrfjiie. 5. 
bn* SrcljiiflelP, Pic Siehileuer. 
3. ..Paying no much freiglit. witli primage 
and — accustomed." 

BiLla OP tADINO. COWEL. McCl'l.lOCH. 

Avernfce, adj. tin inirtfere« 95irl)iilt! 
nifi cnfljnltenP, niittlere, burcMdjnittlid), 
«Wittef . . . 

Averng'e, v. a. l. Pn« niitffereSBcr: 
(imriii^ unflleidjer ©imimen pP. Qunntitiiteii 
finPeii, fliif eine mittkre Suiiitiie jiirri(ffiil)> 
rcii pp. rcPujiren. 2. i>rrf)n(tni^iiin0!O i'«= 
thfilen (eiiten QJcrliijl). 

Averaipe , »• n. eine mittfere @um> 
me pp. Qunntitiit PilPen. 

The lo»se» of theovvncr«will-25 pound* 
each, I'Pn Pern 95erfiifle Per ©inentljilmer 
nurPen 25 '^SfiiiiP jcPcn trrffeit, fliif jePeii 
fpiiinien, Per SBrrliiil Per (finentfji'inier wirP 
fur jePeii 25'iPfimP nutfmnrfjeii. These upai* 
- 10 feet in length, Pine Spiirreil (lllP ill! 
Diirc()f(f)nitte 10 5ii0 Innji. 

Averine»<, Iver'mcni, «. 1. Pie 
5Birfi(()erimg, SSejnfjimg, 5Befl<itiflimn. 1. Pie 
ipcfriiftiiiuiifl ; Per 58eiuci«. Bacon. 3. 
|?{fd)t«rpr.] PflS SIncrbietcn einer ^nrtri, 
ihreiUiignPen )u recfjtfcrtinen rP. }u Peiveifen. 

AvernAt, avlr'nat, «■ eine burtinn- 
Pirrf)e Zriinbeiiflnttiing. Joh>8om. Ash. 

Averroist, aver'r/.Ut, *. [^f)tlPf.] 
Per 2(nl)(in(icr Pc6 'iU'errpe*. 

Averruncate, avern'ng'kite, (I. 
• verruncare) ». a. iiiifrPttcn, nuSlUlirjCln. 

Averruncaiion , avcrrungki'- 
shun, X. Pie ^ii^rprtnno. 

Aversation, aver«i'shun. C(. Rver- 
»ari) t. (from il. to, of, -f towards) Per 
^Jll'irfjeii, 2CiPermifIe (ucr), Pie SJbneiaung 
(Ofjien). 

Averse, averse', adj. (to pp. from) 
I. ((?inem, einer <Bn<t)t) nbgcneiflt. 2. ini: 
flllnfliO' illiuiPer. - ado. Averse'ly, Ull: 
flern, tnif SCiPerroillen. 

1. A verse aliketo flatter or offend. Pope. 

2. And Pallaa now - refused her aid. 

Drydex. 

To be - to pliysic, ni(()f (jrrn einiicfjinfu. 
He is - to pp. from it, e« ifl il)m jniviPer. 

Aver»ene««, averse'ncs. t. (to) 
bcr 9U'f(1)eii , SBiPenuide, Pie SiPgeneiflrljeit 



AVO 

Aversion, aver'shun. t. (for linP 
beffcr to) 1. Per ilBtPeripifle , ■aU'fdjeu , Pie 
«}lf>neii]iin(j (ppr, gcflcn). 2. (Pie llrfadje it6 
3lt>rct)eu«) Per SiPfAeu. 3. Pic aibneiflunfl 
(I'pn unbfiebten ®iib(lnnjcn). 

1. A freeholder is bred with an aversi- 

on to subjection. Aooison. 

2. Pain their—, pleasure their desire. Pope. 

3. Magnesia, notwithstanding this — to 

solution, forms a kind of paste with 
water. Fourcroy Tran.s. 

Avert, avert' (lot. avertere, vertex; 
enql. veer; ("p. birar; illl). bari =i lot. vario) 
V. a. 1. (from) megiuenPen, iwegf ct)ren , ab-- 
ipcnPen , Abfei^en , abiiel)en (Die <Jiunen ic. 
ppn (S-tiua*). Shak. 2. nbiuenPcn, pcrl)iiten 
(cin Ungliicf). Byron. 3. nbiucnPin lUiic^cn 
(Pie 5?er}en). [wcnPen. Thomson. 

Avert, V. n. fid) clnuenPen, firt) tveg* 

Averter, aver'tur, «. 1. Per 'iibmein 
PenPe. 2. bai flbiuenPenPe, obleirenPe'iBiittel. 

Avery, a'viiie. *. po6 ^nfermoflojiii. 

Aviary, aveare, (lat. aviariuiii) t. 
tn\& 25P(ifll}iiii6; Pie 25o!iell)f(fe. Wotton. 

Avitliousiy, .^vid'eusle,n(it>. nicrii]- 

Avidity, avidcii, (int. aviditas> t. 

1. Pic (i)tet, Ciiicrigfeit. 2. t Pie SBcflierPe. 
Avidulous, avid'ulua, adj- tma6 

^iU'fii(f)rig, flierifl. 

Aviifnon- berry, *. [33pt.] Pie 
firciijPprnl'fcre , ^IBi'iJcPDrnbeere. 

A vile, avile', (fr. avilir) ». a. f ^er> 
rtbreljen, ernicPrifleii, IjernbiurirPigen. 

Aviso, avi's6, f t. [ipanPelJ Pie97n<l)= 

Avise, avise', ^ x\<i)t, Per ^eric^t. 
'HviS. 

Avise, «vize', (fr. aviser) v. a. + 1. 
berntljeii (G-incn), G-inein 3((itl) gcben. 2. v. 
n. bePenfen, erivafleii. Spenser. 

Avisein<;ut, avi^e'ment, s. 1. Per 
9{ntl). 2. Pie ^ePndjrigfeit. [nnoc|1iiinnit. 

Avitous, a'veius, (p. Int. avus) adj. 

Avocado, avoki'dn, «IU(^ Avign'- 
to) (fpan.) »■ Per Sptbecrbaiiin. 

Avocate, av'vokate, (lat. avocare) 
V. a. t flbnifeii ; nbljnlten. ^ Boyle. 

Avocation, awoka'shun, «. 1. Pie 
Qlbnifiing (ppii einent (SJct"d)iiftc). 2. Pie Sib' 
Ijalriing, Pa6 jpinPernifi. 

A vocative, awo'kaiiv, ) tidj. 

Avocatory, av'vokaiurri,J (ibrUi 
fenP, nbljnltcnP. 

Avocatoria, av'vokatorla, ». pi. 
[9?erf)i«|"pr.] Pie Slbriifunoe^briefe. 

Avoid, av6id'. (fr. vuider, vider; (. 
vitare; fr. e'viter) v. a. 1. ineiPcn, Perlof; 
fen, raumen (eine &efettf<t)aft, ein 5pnu« ic). 

2. entgef)en, entrinncn (einer Oiefal)!), ent; 
fonimen. Shak. 3. uerineiben(eine2lii«o«&«« 
eiii UnoU'irf JO. 4. t wfflfc^nffe" , poii firf) 
flcben (Grfrenientc). 5. [9{ecf)t«fpr.] nngill! 
fig inntfjen, niifl)ebeii, uinflopen, niitl u. n\<t)' 
tig tnnd)en. 6. pcrciteln, perl)inPern. 

5. The grant cannot be avoided without 
injustice to the grantee. Anon. 

Avoiding of blood, Per iSlntuerUifl. 
Avoid, V. «. 1. t firf) cntfcrncn, fid) 
iDcgbegebrn. 2. leer pP. erlePigr ivrrPen. 
2. A benefice avoids by commoii law. 

AVLIKFE. 

Avoidable, avoid'abl, adj. 1. per: 
meiPlict). 2. ipipcriiipid). 



AWA 

Avoidance, avold'anse, «. 1. t)n6 
SBenneiben, Pie SSernieiPung. 2. Pie ©rlePis 
gung (Viner ^;j3rnbcnPe). 3. [9{ec^rsfpr.] Pie 
>!hifl)cbiing (einer Sd)cnfiing). 4. Pie a23i'g> 
fd)(iffnng, aibleitnng (Per Grfreinente , Hi 
553nffer6). Bacon. 

A voider, avmd ur, t. I. Per ^Jieu 
PenPe; ©iitrinnenPe. 2. Per, Pie, Pas^, 2S3eg> 
fd)rtfffnPe, a3egfiil)renPe. 3. Pn6 OJofng, 
iporin niiin (JtiunS fprffdiofTt. Johnson. 

AvoidleSS, avoSd'les, adj. imvef- 
meiP(id). Dryden. 

Avoirdupois, averdupoiz', ( fr. 
avoir du poid.s) s. Mi gcincilie &e\m(t)t (16 
Unjen auf Png ^NfnnP). 

Avolation, avola'shun, ((at. avo- 
lare) *. t tia6 2i5i'gffie.nni ; Pie gliit^t, ©nt« 
ipif(f)iing; Pn^ SBerftiegen. 

Avoset, av'6.set, ^».cine9Irtp(ntt» 

Avo8etta,avovei'ia,^fii)jigfr SBiigcl. 

Avoucil, avoutsh', (liprni. voucher; 

Int. vocare) v. a. 1. pcrfidjerii , bel)nupten. 

Hooker. 2. nnfiiljren (ju(i)nn|lenOe"i<inP^). 

3. ret^tfertigen, gut Ijei^en, befriiftigen. Shak. 

2. Such antiquities could be avouched 

for the Irish. Spenser. 

Avouch, «. Pie S3e()(iuptung , &ts 
mtil)r, bni 3eugni@. Shak. 

Avoucbable, avSutsh'abI, adj. f 
1. cnweislid). 2. nnfiKjrbnr. 

Avouciter, av^utih'ur, «. 1. Pe* 
95frnd)ernPe , S&efrnftigenPe. 2. Per 9Infijf)i» 
renPe. [PnSGrfliiren; Pie Grflnrung. Shak. 

Avoucbinen^t , av6utsh'nient, « 

Avoure, avour', ». *Pni5a)efenntni6. 

Avouter, iivou'tur, «. * Per &l)e«. 
bred)er. 

Avo'«v , avou', (fr. avouer; nrm. 
avoci; norni. avower; lot. voveo) v. a, 1. 
beljnnpten, pert()eiPigcii , onerfennen (^ci» 
nungen). 2. befeiiiien, gcfleljeu (2>erbrcd>en). 
3. [3fed)t6fpr.] re((>tfertigeiiP eingc|lel)cn, pcrs 
tIjeiPigen ( Pie SCegnoljnie p. (Siitcvn , 2I5on« 
reii). Blackstone. [rd)tiif}. Gower. 

Avo-tv, *. t b(i6 (Sjcliibbe; Per (Siits 

Avo^vable, av6u'abl, adj. ancr< 
fennbnr. Donne. 

Avowal, avou'al, ». Po5 23efennts 
nifs, Pie CTflorung. Hume. 

Avo'tvant, avou'ant, «. [9{cd)t5fpr.] 
ber25crtl)eiPiger, iueld)orcine®titenuegnof)me 
eingetleljt nnP red)tfcrrigt. Cowel. 

Avo^vedly, avuu'ldle, adv. p|;ne 
9?iicfl}olt, pffen, 

Avo'tvee, avoue', s. Per ilird)eiipo« 
trPll. f. Advowson. Cowei.. 

Avo^ver, avou'ur, *. 1. Per35el)otip» 
ter, S3ert()eiPiger. 2. Per SSefenner; Serf mis 
Piger. 

Avowry, avoSire, t. [5?erf)tffpr.] 
Pie 25ertl)ciPigiing (einer ®ilfcnue.gno()mc), 
(&d)iifjrrf)rift. Bi ACKSTONE. [nifj. 

Avowsal, avtm'zal. a. Po# Sefennts 

Avowtry, avc^u'tre, *. Per (?()ebrud). 

Avulsed, avul'sid, a(ij. ouSgcriffen, 
nbgeriffcn. [?Ibrei^en, 9lii5reipen. 

Avulsion, avul'shun, (tot.) «■ bad 

A-^va, (f(^Ptt.) away. 

A'%vait, awate', (it. guatare) v. a. 
ivorteii (niif), &iiien eni'orren. 

A glorious reward awaits the good 

Wlbstbe. 

5- 



GS TatP. f' r. ff.ll. int. Me, met. Fine, fin, ^(S, mnvp. n.^r, K*)t. oil. rlOMrl. Ti'ibf . (uh. fnll. tAin, Trii.s. 



AWA 

A'wait, «. ^er i^inferfjalt, ^ic Sniicr. 

A'tvake, awake', prne/. awoke, awa- 
ked ; p p- awaked, (nunelf. gewaecan, wn- 
ciiiii, weicaii ; f)iif[. wekkeii) v. a. 1. iye< 
rffti, aiifiverfen (uinii ©d)Irtfe), 2, l iverfen, 
OTWfrffH , ftufenuerfen (Den fd)tnfenDen ®etil, 
t>te Io6ten ic). 

Awake, v. n. 1, aufmadfen, erwa< 
d)i'n. 2. f u. II enuarfjcn, nufiunc^en, 3, || 
oon Sen lu&tt-ii nufer|lcf;en, 

A'«vak<?, adj. 1. iimc^, wnd)en^. 2. 
1 wnrf), iiniiui'r; rf^diflo*. To be -, lundien. 

A'tvaken, awa'kn, ongeH". Sufiiiitiu, 
». Awake, [ctcr. 

Awakener, awi'knur, *. bcrffie> 

A'»vak<'!nillg[' , awake'niug , s. 
(t^fiU.] 6(16 (i]ciili!ii') GriDiicfjen, 91ufivad)cn. 

A^var<l, award', (rc()Ott. warde, St; 
fd)(ii(!; norm, garda, 6a6 llrtljfiO v. a. gc 
rtcf)tlic^ juerfennen d6, jufprec^en. 

Afvard, v. n. ein Urtl)cil faflen, ei; 
nen ■fUuSfpriK^ t(;un, entfdjeiben, 

Atvarfl, *. 1. bcr aiuSfpnicf), ba& 
llrrl)eil. To make an -, einen SluSiVrurt) 
tfjun, 2. (bn& ben ^uifpnid) entljnitenbe 
^npier) bn* tlrtl;ci(, 

A>var(t, t>. a. nbraenben, f. Ward, 

Awarder, awar'dur, *. ©iner, bcr 
rtu Urtl)ci( fallt; bcr D?icf)rfr, Thomson. 

A"»vare, aware', (angelf, gewarian, 
warian) adv. flnMf)r, L'on &mai uiitcrri(^= 
tet Ob. luiffenb , nufmerfram , beljutfntn , nuf 
feiner Sput. Aware! 9l(^tung! ucrflefcijen! 

To be aware of any thing, ©tivn^ gc: 
ronfjr merben, um Qtmn& ob, ©nuflo miffen, 
«uf Qtyvn6 merfen cb. 9ld)t geben ; fid) ei; 
ner (Snd)e oerfefjen, &tn)<i6 uenniitljen. To 
be -, nuf I'einer Sput fein, 1 am well -, ict) 
ntia H)o(}(. 

Aware, ». n. + nuf feiner *put fern; 
fid) in 51cf)t nel)mfn. Miltok, 

A^varil, awarn', v. a. unn'niMl. 

A'«vatcha, awat'sha, s. [sjruiti;.] 
id., ein aSogtl m6 il'nmt|"d)arfn, 

A'«vay, awa', (nnfldf. aweg. onweg, 

awegiiii) ml)). mc(\, (jiinucg, nbiucfcrib, fort. 

To go -, meggel;en, fi>rtge()cii. To run -, 
entflii'l;en. To drive -, forrjngen, forrtrei: 
ben. To .scold »iiy one — , G'incn wu^fd^tU 
ten- To throw -, luegwerfcn. To drink -, 
Bertrinfen. To trifle -, iicrtiinbein. To make 
— , (S-incM r6^reu, &inein bafi Wiirniio nindtcn. 
1 cannot - wiih it, id) fnnn t6 uid)t niii^nb 
ten. Tlicy cannot — witli him, 1. fie fi3n; 
nen nidjt mit il)ni nnsfoinincn. 2. f (fiir to 
part Willi one) fie ftninen fid) uid>t I'on il)ui 
trennen. Shak. And be nil ways -, Ji'r= 
(Ireut @-iid)! eincOebe nuf iljrcn^plni). Shak. 

A'^vay, inierj. lucg! I)iniucg! fnrt: — 
for shame! pfui! pfui bl^d)'. —with liim! 
^iinveg niir iljni ! 

A^ve, aw. (nngclf. ege. oga; goti). 
agjan, ogan ; gr. agao) s. 1. bit (il;riurd)r, 
|)etlige @d)f n, 2. bir ■3-urd)r. - - s i r u c k . 
upn (5i-ljrfurd)r ober 5i'rd)t ergriffiii, - - 
commanding, {Slirtiird)t golMi'reuD. -- 
Inspiring, i5urd)r finfJogenb. 

To stand in - of any thing, fid) rd)fUi'lI 
(,VPt), Vim &l)riurd)t rrgritfcn fein. To keep 
any one in -, &ini'ni eine Ijoiligi' ®d)fu 
•infJi!<f;fn To command -, ©l^rfurdjc gebie; 
ten , (iniiwlen. 



AWO 

A'^ve, ».a.(?l)rfurc^t, -Jurrf)? cinfTfgen, 
5urd)t einjageu (Cineui) ; (F'incn fi1)cii inn- 
d)cn, ciiird)iu1)rern, in gi'^dir Ijalten. 

A>v<»ary, auc're, iidj. nii'ife. 

Aweatlier, a»eTlInr,(i</i>. [^;3)?ar.; 
(nftViU't^. - the helm! luflViirfS bil5 Hu 
ber! Hard--! gnii} Uifiuiirtf ba^ Sfnber! 

Atvebaiid, awhand, s. 1. ber (Jin 
fjnft, S'Ti'n. 2. ber 25criuei5. 

Aweel, (fd)ott.) well. 

Avi^ed, awd, adj. mitjnrc^t pb.C^ljr 
fnrd)t crfi'iUt, I'on (yi)rfurd)t ob. Jyiird): er 
griffcr (nicber (iunn >Jlnfcr). 

A'weig'k, awa', adv. (ODfiir.] nuf ii. 

A->vell-o'-day , inieij. o giiti 
gev .^itiinii!!! 

A'^VeS , (fc^Ott.) owes. 

A>vfitl, aw'fiil, iidj. 1. eljriui'irbig 
I)el)r. 2. furd)tbnr. 3. el^rfurc^tSui'Il , furd)t 
fntn. 4. '' nngcfcljcn , nd)tl'nr. - ade. A w' 
fully, mit &)x^md)t, el;rer&ietig; niit 6i)r 
furd)t erfiidcnb. 
3. A weak and — reverence for aniiqnity. 
Watts. 

"Within our - banks, in ben ©d>rnnfen 
ber ©Ijrer&irtnng. Shak. 

Awfulnes.«, aw'fulnls, *. 1. bie 
G'f)rmurbigfeit (eince Ijciligen JOrte :c.). 2. 
bie ©l;rnirrf)t ((S-(;nT(»ietuug). 

Aivliape, awiiap', V. a. * erfd)rc= 
cfen, Oeiti'ir.it innd)en. Spessek 

A'«vllile, ahwile', (a 'ij^rnf. U. while) 
ado. (cine IBeilc) eine 3eit Inng, ciiiigc 3cit 

A^vk, awk, adj. I. o uiigcfd)i(fr. 2. 
perfcl}rt. L'Estbange 

A^vk-ward , awk'wurd , (nngclf. 
aeward) itdj. 1. ungefd)icft, liiitifd), unte 
hPlfcn, plump, fd)merf.i(lig. Drvden, 2. nn; 
l)i>flid), greb. 3. gerd)iuncf log , uiiiicrlid), 
fdiied)t, plump. Shak. 4. iviberfpniiilig. 
«rf«. A vx k'wardly, linfifd), pluuip, uiibcr> 
fpiinilig. 

A'»Vk'*Var<lne.«i.S, iwk'wiirdnes, * 

1. bee ^45Iumpheit, 31Ibcru(;eit, Dummljeit. 2. 
bui tblpi\d)t, liiifif(f)e iBcfen, bie lliigefd)i(f: 
licf)fcit. 

A-»vl, all, (nngclf. ael; (;oir. els; ir. 
ail) s. bie ail)le, qjfricme. 

A^vless, ^w'les, adj. I. unef)rerbic= 
tig. 2. h'iue (i-()rfurd)t einflofjcnb, ungcfd)cut. 

Atvlwort, ill'wurt, s. [35ot.J bn5 
<}5fricmcnfrniit. 

Awiii,^awni, 4 [l)on. g^nfj] bie 

Aitiii, 5 'ill}"W 0(>'" (l)nltenb 36 ®nl-. 
tonem. 

A'lviiioiis, (fd)Ott.) «il(nu)fen. 

Awn, (fc^ott.) I. bie (5Srnnue. 2, = 
owing, 

A-wn, awn, (\d)m. agne; gr. achne) 
«. bie dirnnne, 51(f)e( (nn ben aicl)ren) 

Awnie, (fd)i.itt.) uofler (5)rnnnen. 

A^vniu^, ^w'ning, s. 1. bie Xiccfe, 
bus 3cir (I'iber SSootcn, por itrniniiiben :c.). 

2, [-Wnr.] bcr aSorbertl^cil beS >>iunrbcrf6. 
Atviiless, iiwn'les, «f(/. ol)nc(yriiiiiic, 
A-wny, Sw'ne, adj. I'oflrr P)rnniieu. 
A'%VOke, awike', prael. v. .4. wake. 
At«'«>rk, awurk', ( (nngflf. 
Aworkillg°, awui-'king,^ gewcor- 

ean, nrl'circii) udv. 411 ber \!Irl'eir; fiber Pb. 
nu ber "Jlrbeir. To set -, G-ineni iu t(;un 
flfljen, G'incn 6efd)nftiflen. 



AZE 

A^lVry, an"', (nngelf. writhan; tngl. 
to writhe. oerbrCi)Cn) arfii. ob. adj. 1. fd)ief, 

upn bcr ©eite, frunim. 2. i iierfft)rt, ui'u 
perni'infrig. Sidney. Milton. 3. uiigiei(!), 
uncbcii. 

To look — , to glance a look — , fd)ielen. 

A^vsoiiie, (Dertl.) eljrmiirbig, t)ei)V; 
fiivd)r('nr. 

Ax, ^ aks, (nngclf, aex, eax, aese; 

Axe,^ fd)IO. yxe ; I. ascia; gr, axine; 
it. az/.a; nt(), haizi; nrnb. b!iti». Ijawil) s- 
1. bie ai):t, bna S3ci(, 2. f bie ^ncfe, Spuuc. 

Broad -ax, bn5 5po(<cieifen , ©d)iieibfi 
tneffer. Battle-ax, Pole-ax, bic Streit: 
art, bie ^^>nrtifane. A butcher's -, ber 
^SlnucI, itiLippcI. 

.\x-vetcli Pb. — -wort, [93pt.] t>a6 
23eilfrnnt, bic 23ogelu>irfe. 

Ax, (Dcrtl.) = ask. 

AxayaCStt, aksaya'kat, *. [(Fntom.] 
id,, eine (J'i'ne in ■DJfcrifo, 

Axestone,^ aks'stone, s. ["TOinet 

Ax.stone, ^ xaU}.] bcr 55ci(|Tein. 

Axiroriii, ak'.seforui, (int,) ndj. nrt» 
tl!^rmig. Encyc, 

Axil, aks'.sil, (.Int. axilla; ir, asgal; 
fr, alsselle; Ijof.'. oxel) «. 1, [21nai,I bie 
■■:!ld)fclgrnbe, 2, [58ot, ] bcr 93lnttiinnfel, 
3iveigiinnfc(. Milne. 

Axillar, aks'sillar, ^ adj. 1. 

Axillary, aks'.siliaro.^ [lUnnt.l ju 
ber 2ld)fclgru(n' gcl)i»rig. - nerve, ber "ilit}-- 
fclurro. 2, [53or.] nd)rfl|lnnbig. 

Ax'inife, s. I'OJiincrnlg.] ber 9lrinit, 
il)umcr)tein, 05ln(5|lein. Cleavet.ako. 

AxillOIIiailCy, aksinoni'aii.se, (gr.) 
3. [Oei bcii Slltcn] bic Sciliunljrfngcrei. 

Axiom, ak'shum, (gr.)i. tinS SJripni, 
ber (4>riinbfn(5, Urfnl), 

Axiomatic, akshummarik, ^ 

Axiomatical, aksluimmat'ekal.^ 
adj. iiyii'miuifd) , iljrioui . , , 

Axi.<!, ak'sis, (Int,; gr, axon; fr. axe; 
(}0(1. as; it. asxe) pi. axes, *. [ ^33 i f[c n fd). 1 
bie2td)fe, tHjre, The - of the earth, Die(iTb« 
nd)fe, - [^15l)i)f. / 9Ird)it. , Dpt. , (53eiMn. unb 
^))icd).] bie 3ld)fc. - [35pt.J bie Slc^fe Pb. bcr 
gcmeinfc^)nftlid)e (Stiel. — [9Innt.] - of the 
neck, bie 2ld)fe, ber llinbrel;er, bie ©pihe 
beS 5?nire». 

Axle, ak'sl, ^ *. bieQIdjfe 

Axle-tree, ak'sl-trec,^ nin ^i<\Oe. 

Axle-pin, ak'sl-pin, *. bcr 9Id)!5= 
nngel, bic Ci'iufe, [eibcd)fe in ^^Ji^erifp. 

Axolote, ak'solote, s. eiue "JDnffer^ 

Ay, ^ ac, (bi'in. eja; cpru. ia; nrnb. 

Aye,5 ya; fd)n). ja) adv. I, fn;- 
marry ! p ja ! 2. gernbe fo, gen)i(5, be.ilinimr. 

Ay, ititerj. nd)! - ni«, ipel) inir! 

Aye, ic, (nngclf. aa, a, awa; gr, afli) 
adv. ^ eiuig, nuf ininier, (let5, imnier. For 
-, nuf iiiimcr. [Omnicrgruii. 

Ay green, ic'grcen, s. 193pt.j t<.\S 

Ayle, ale. s. [9u'd)ti-fpr,] bcr 0)rr6» 

Ayoitt, (fd)Ptt.) beyond, [pnter. 

Ay-marrj', ae'-marre, interj. C 
in ! in frcilid). 

Ayry, a'rc, ». bcr $pr|1, 

Az'ar4»le, *. [Spt,j bie Sljarple, 

Azerit, a^'lrit, 

Azerita, azeri'ta. 

Azerira, a/eri'ra, 



*. eine SJJfla ■ 
mcnnrt. 



F/ilf. f? r. fall. f/,l. Me, met. Fine. fin. NA. m6ve. n^r. fjSt 6il. cl6fuJ. Ti^hp. irih. fnll. t/nn, TRis. fi9 



AZl 

Asiinutllf ai'eiiiutA, (nrab, samntha, 
fed) briucqeiiiirtd))*. I. [-ililron.] e<r Oljimiirl), 
tct)i!liel.'l"ii6. Magiieticiil aiiiiiurli. ber 
nia<iiieiir(I>c =. --com jjamt. bcr Olfnonet! 
n.u"'fIiU'a»cirt)uii<i6nKiT«. --dial. Me *JljU 
niiitt).iiroiiiieuiil)r. i. pi- tie tSif)citelfreire. 

Azott^f a^otv', ii\T. a pr. ll. xoe bi1£< 
gi-beiD*. Kfl)fm.] err ȣti(f iM, Solpcrerih'ff. 

Azotit, ai'oi/i, *. [•ill(f)im.] I. '^ tn 
Uriloif iet 'VhtMt. ter -WtTfiiriii* ber iijii= 
fell. Asii. l. bit Uiiii'errnl.ir}iici. Coxe. 

Azotic, aiot 'k, adj. [Qt)tm.] ilicf 

Oi<ff<nti(i, tbaiic^. (rtpffMiirc. 

, Afotitacia, 6ie ©alpererftiiire, Srirf; 

Azotite, az'utj(e,<. 10'l)i'm.j fAlV'i-'' 
tricf)traiiref Snlj. 

Azotous, at'otun, luO. [(Ff^em.) I'lii. 
pfttriiv loipetrtd)!. - »fi<U tteiiiiiu'lltiMiintenr 
Siilpetcrf.iure, Dcr rnuttniff \SiUpcrcr(iei|l. 

AzurUf i'zliuie, iperf. laiiiirii; fr. 
aiuv; wal. asur, blau) a<i>. t)iiunielblau, 
Iji'itt'iaii, rtiiirii, mriiru. 

Azure, «• l. in\6 i>imnielbl<iii. 1. % 
ttr :piiimici. 3. IJficrlb.j Da* blaiie iyelb. 

Azure, »• <i. l)iiiiiiieifl>iii fiirbi'ii. 

Azured, i'linird, a<0. 1. t)tmnu-i 
n.iii (iff.irbt. "2. Ijimnirlblnii, .ijiirn. 

Azure -stone, iilnire-uioue,^ 

Azurite, Atluiriie, ^ 

brr taiiinhni. [.ijiirn. Milton. 

Azuni, a'^liiirii, adj. f t)itiinielbliiii, 

AzyilU^, ax eiiie. (nr. a priv.u. xyoie; 
». t 6ti5 imflcf.iuerte ^brnb. 

AzyuieU, a^'emes, *■ pi. [CMer(4. ber 
3iibeiij bne '5t|l bfr umii'l'i'iuerteii iirobe. 

Azyuiite*, a^'imiies, j.p/. [Kird)!) 1 
tie <)lii)i)<it>'ii. 

AzyiuouM, az'emuf, adj. ungefniicrt 
Ouie bet ©eeiiuiebiicf;. Ehcvc. A»h. 



B, bee, (^Dtitlnut) «. 1. ber !I^ii((>|1ob(- 
©, bf.6 S8, b. 2. [TOiif.] itt 'tPit b. - Hill, 
b moll ; - ihort, bn« £lil>1brt1t> B, "Jllijlo; 
(una6iti(ben. 3. nU^bffiriiiiig brbeiitet B. A. 
baclielor of arts, !5nrfi1liiureil£; Bart. Ob. 
Bt., SbtUOIiet; B. C. before ClirUt, lH<r 
6liri(>i ®eblirt; B. D. bachelor of (liviiiKy. 
2^flff(ilrtiireu« ber ©Ptte^iifleljrtljtit; B. L. 
bachelor of laws, ajnffiiliiureue ber i){e(f)te! 
gileljrfamfeit; Bp. bichop, !i5i|'{f)Lit; B. V. 
blrsscd virgin, bte t}tiU<{i 0'"'!lM'il"- 4. ilI6 
3.ilMicid)cii ilet)t B fur 300, » fur 3000. 

Biut, ba, t. tni 55loffu ber €d)nfe. 

Ilnu, r. n. blofeu <i>oii SdjnfcM). 

Ilani, ba'al, (f^rbr.) «. Sdanl. m. (d^.il: 
iw\i>e u. fnrifite 0>iitr(jcJr>. 

Ba, Bm, (fd)Ott.) ball, handball. 

Bab, (f(f)Otr.) biiiicli; t ami el. 

Bab, bab, [-Jlbfurji).] *. I. »opti|T. 
2. a3.itbnrn. 

Babble, bab'bl, (ft. babiller) p. ii. 
I.papclii, babbclii, iliinimrln. i. phipprrn, <\t: 
baiifeiu u. fiuuli'S rcbru. 3. I'irl rcbfu, pUui; 
bern, fcf)roni}cii, f liirfrfK". biii)cr f c»k l)cininiffc 
aiifplnubcrn. Shak. 4. [^aibuiauiiefpr.l 
aiiriti>ii)i'<ii (i<i>ii ipuiibeii). 5. f(i)miioi*ii (plmu 
&itu>); murnirlu (I'om "Coffer). 

Babbling, fc()m>11;l)i1|t (lUnVi Q(t)l> 2C.), 

niuiiHtinb II'. ii3.iiTrr). 

Babble, ». a. fdjtvaorn, |>lauberii. 



BAG 

Babble, *. t<\S eirle, ilnnlofe ©es 
fi1iUHii3, PJciuafd), P)cpiappcr. Shak. 

Babbleiueut, bab'bimlnt, (nucf) 
B a b • b I i n g) «. biii Icere, fiiiulcfe ®efcl)iuiilj, 

WCnillfCf). MlLTOM. 

Babbler, bab'bhir. I. ber ^laube: 
rrr, i2rt)ivm)er, iUu6pinuDerer. She--, bie 
.Ularfd)e, Sdjiiuiijeriiui. 

Babe, babe, c^ube; fi)r. babia; 
pi)Dllli. bal>ion; nrilb. babnii ; ir. baban) 
*. bag flfiiie Riub, iviabc^eu, "ipuppdjcn 
(oljne lluterfdjieb bei 0)efrt)ierf)rS ) , ber 
oiiu(iIin<j. [mirrung, llnorbuuiKj. 

Babel, iia'bll, d^rbr.) *. bie 23er: 

Babery, baburre, t. bai ^iiiber: 
fpiciieiii], ber iiiiibertflub, ilinbrrfmm, Spup- 
pcufrilin. [adv. Ba'bishly,=, 

Babisli, bA'biiili, udj. fiubifc^. - 

Baboon, babOur.', ifr. babouin) «. 
|3ool.) ber ^lU'iiiii. 

Baby, Ua'be, O bab'be, adj. tinbtt-. 
\\u\{i\<\, fiiibird), jtmbrr . . . 

Baby, t. l. biid fictne Smb. 2. bie 
-JJuppe. 3. pi. biM '^'Hb, brtfe uinii uon fid) 
iu bcu ^iluacii eiiier (]C{|curiber|lrl;eubcu $crs 
foil crblirft. 

To look bab lex ill the eyei, ^ f((^ per^ 
licbter 2Bi'ife in gelicbtcn 'JJujjcn fpii'tjclii. 

Baby -house, ber iSfljiiltcr fiir ?|5«p: 
peiunub, bie -!}>uppcnf(t'id)tcl , bc.6 ^iipptii: 
hnu6. --things, ber >J5uppeufram, bie 
s2piel|'nrf)cii. [(?fl)iiiiCcl!i. Yoiiwo. 

Baby, e. a. <\lci(i) eiueni fleiiieii fiinbe 

Babyhood, ba'bela'id, s. bie Aiiib^ 
Ijeir. [bai ."fjornfdjwciii. 

Babyroujisa, babeius'ha,^. [3ooi.i 

Bac, > bak, ii)oU.) s. I. [-yiiiir.i bif 

Back,> ^cil)Tt, ba6 '-pnimboor 2. 
[2)rrtuer.| bieitufe, bn«Riil)lfaj5. 3. [^rruniii* 
luciiU'rcuu.] ber ^Birifdjboirirf). [2)ecrc. 

Bacca, bak'ka, (Int.) t. [~3i>r.] bie 

Baccare, inierj. * jurucf. Shar 

Baccalaureate, I'akkalaw'reatc. 
s. bii6 iynf f nlniircat, bie 23rtf fiilnure ueiufirbc. 

BaCCated, bak'kaied, aat.) adj. t 
tiiit iieereii eb. ^crleii ocrfrljeii. 

' klacciianal, bak'kaiial,«<0'. rd)ivcl; 
ijerifd). - ■»• ter ScilJ^T. ©d)ipel<ier. 

Bacclaaualian , bakk.iiii'ican, 
*. ber 3ed)bruber, £d)iuclgcr. - adj. fdjipcU 
iierifd). ^ ^ ^ 

Bacchanals, bak'kanaU, s. pi. 
I. tie 5)nc(t)aiiiilien. 2. bie ©djiuclfltrei, ba& 
in nf (If 1.1(1, 3e<i}<\cln<\- [f'c Sncdjaiiteu. 

BaCChante.of, bakkantez, *. pi. 

BaCCillC, bak'kik, adj. I. biU(f)ifd), 
frohiirt), beraufd)r. 2. ju !eacd)u5 aH^bufi, 
iSairf)U8 . . . [ixij- [!5or.] becreiurnnciib. 

BaCCiferOUK, bakslfenis, (liU.) 

BaCCivorou.«t, baksiv'orus, adj. 
l-Ji.niini.l bcfrLiifrciTenb. 

Bachelor, bat.sli'cliir. (fr. bache- 
lier) s. 1. ber 3uiin<iefcfl. 2. ber nire 3i'i'fl= 
gefetl , ip.incilolj. 3. ber Siiffaliiiireii6. 4. 
ber e-belf nappe, Sfirtcrfiinppe, Sfirrer 93iif« 
fiiliiurtiis. 

Bachelor's-biitron. [Sor.) 1. bic 
rorl)e 2i)rt)iiiS, bai ^ii(blid)rro^(ljen. 2. bie 
.UiiriiblllillC. Bacli elor - sliip, 1. ber 
3aiii1(iefe(lriit'lniib. 2. bai SSaffniaiirear 

■lacli, bak, (rtllflilf. bhc. bapr; bail, 
bag; fd)ii'eb. bak) «. 1. 5 bfr 3{u(feu (ber 



BAC 

Xljiere u. '>Wciif(^en) ; ba6 ^reiij (jiej ipfers 
beu). 2. ber JJiirfeii ber(5?aub). 3. ber 'Xiu 
cfen, ba6 5?iutertl)eil, bie diiid-. ob. S-thv- 
feire. 4. ber 5?intergruub, ©ruub (ciuer ^iis 
fel ic). 5. bcrSfiirfen, bide iheil (ber fd)neis 
beubenOnilrumcnte). 6. bie.^iiitcrrpife(eiiie5 
ipuocis 2c.). 7. ber 9?ad)tra6. 8. ber jtamm 
niit ciner Dteihe 3af)ite. 9. [Deilif!.] tieKufe. 
10. bie ©djnurlodjbiube. 11. pi. [©d)uf)m.] 
bai ©ol)((ebcr. 12. [OJear.) - of the stern- 
post, ber nufjere 23iiteii|Tcucn; --stays 
Ob. breast-back-stays, bie ^orfunen; 

- stay. plates, bie ^uftiiiflen ber'iGanb. 
A pig--, cin neipolbtcr Dfiirteii. A 

saddle — cin eingebngeuer 9{urfcii. The - 
of a chimney, bie ^aniinplatte. Behind 
the -, Ijinter bent ftfiiden, im ®e(jeimcn. 

- to -, niit bem 9{urfeii gegen eiiiaiibcr 
gefef^rt. A - and breast, cin ilurag, S?at> 
nifd). To turn the — on one, ^fiailb Pets 
iiad)(afngeii , im ©tic^e (affen. To turn the 

- to one, ©ineni ben 3Jucfcn fetjren. To 
turn the -, 1. ben 3l{u(ien fe()ren. 2. f pie. 
I)en, fid) entfernen. To fall on one's -, rurf» 
lings l)infnaen. To break one's -, ± ©inetii 
bm S?Mi bttd)tn. To beat one - and belly, 
Semnnb o^ne a5nrni(;crjigfcit burdjblriuen. 
To lay all upon one's -, (?inctn ''Met nuf« 
blirben. To carry a person upon one's — , 
Ocmanb nuf bem Spnlfe Ijnben. His - is 
up, o eri(Ttiirfif(^. -and edge, J iioUfommen. 

Prov. He has not a sliirt to put on his 
-, he has not clothes to his -, er t)at fcin 
5?einb lUif bem Seibe. 

Bacli, adv. 1. jnrncf (p. Crfc); t)ins 
termarts. 2. i a) juriicf (in einen fnif)ern 
3n|1anb). b) jurncf (niri)t oorn'irfenb). c> 
jiinitf (niif pcrgangene 3citi'n jc. jurilcf). d) 
iiiriid, luiebrr. e; bagegcn. 

Back Ob. — again, ipieber. To go — , ju» 
rnrfgel)en ; to keep -, juriicf()nlren ; to come 
-, juriicf fonimen, luieber fonimen; to re- 
turn -, um(e()ren; to look - on . ., juriicf. 
blirfen nuf...; to go - from . ., i fid) 
lo^mad)en Pon . .; to give -, i. jnrii(fipci» 
d)en. 2. iuriicfgebcn, ijcmnSgeben. 3. boges 
gengeben, mieber bafiir geben. A pull- 
back, ein .^inberniij. Two years -, pot 
jivei 3fll)ren. 

Back, V. a. 1. beileigen (ein i)$ferb), 
niiffi^cn (JU ^ferbc) 2. (bi*iuei(cn) nuf ben 
i){iirfen fe^en, Ijinten aiiffei^cn. 3. jiirciten, 
abridjten (ein ipferb). Shak. 4. i iinriTflfu 
yen, bcfdjuijen, (Jineiii ben DJurfen beef en. 
5. jnrurfiucidjen ob. l)uim nind)en, junl(f< 
l)Ufen laffen. 6. 19{ed)rSfpr.] To - a warrant, 
einen gerid)tlid)cn SSevljafr^bcfeljl nuf 5{egtit« 
llrion cincS anbern (yerid)f6 inboffiren, b. I), 
unterfdjreibcn iinb poHjiel^cn Inffen (P- ^ries 
bcnSridjtern). 

To - an anchor, ["ni'nr.] einen "iilnfer per» 
fatten. To - the sails, bic ©egel nuf ben 
■■))iatl braffen. To - astern , [■•TOnr. 1 rurf » 
iwiirts, b. I). pcrfe()rt rubern. Backed 
upon . ., fiijcnb nuf. . To - a letter, cinen 
^riff uberfdjreiben. 

Back, V. n. rurfii'iirtS grhen ober fi4 
riicfivarrs beiuegen, l)iifen , juriicfljiifen, ju» 
rii(frreten. To - in . riicfunivn- ijiiieinge^cn, 
l)inriiifnl)ren, Ijineinreiren ic. 

Backba.sket, lak'i.askct. i. ber 
iragforb, bie iJiepe, Sbiirre, bus yitfi. 



70 FAte, ffir, fall, fat. M^, met. Fine. fin. N6, move. n6r. got. oil. rlond. Tube, tub, full. l//in. THis. 



BAG 

Backbite, bak'bJte, praet. backbit; 
pp. backbit, backbitten, v. a. Oetunilb 
^inter t>eii SJiicfeii lH•rltl^llt^en, I'crlatlern. 

Hackliiter, bakbltiir, *. &er 25fr> 
Imithfer. li'frlniim&erifd). 

nackbitin^Iy, bakbi'ijugle, adv. 

Dackblo-tv, bak'blo, *. 1. bcr 
€rt)inij mit tfr iHTfefjrteii 5?(int). 2. fcer 
(Sri)fn(j (luf 6cn ^fiirfi'ii. 

Backboard, bak'bord, *. [gjtnr.] 
H6 ^vrb f)intiii fltu T>wte. 

Backbone, bak'bone. bakbone', 
«. 1. bcr 9hicf(init- 2. lai diudtnUud. 

BackCarry, liak'karre, *. lditd)Ut 
fpr.) baS Irnflcii nuf 6cni 9h'i(fen. 

BackcloutS, bak'klouts, «. p/. 
bie SBinbiln. 

Backdoor, bak'dore, «. 1 bie 
$iiUcrtl)iir, flfljcitne K^i'ir. 2. f Die Winter: 
tfjiir, 9lii^piid)t. 3. [geilimgSb.J bn« aiii^; 
fatittjct, Me ®ct)fiipfpfme. 

Backed, bakt. adj. einen 9{it(fcn 
Ijnbenb; befonberS in Bumiiinienfctsiingeii, j. 
93. broken — , lenbeulnljni ic. 

Backets, (rc()ott.) ash -boards; 
conl-xcuf tie. jlks.<$-backet, a.sli 
scuttle; IWucklebackit, bioad 
backed. Ifalirfjc gveiinb , aSfrrntljer. 

Backfriend, bak 'fiend, *. bcr 

Backg-anaillOn , bakgani'mim, 
laud) Back 'gaming) i. bflS <2piel im 
flaiijfii a3rftte. [bcr ^internrimb. 

Background, bak'grooiind, *. 

Backlianded, bak'banded, adj. 
uiib adv. tiiit iininnunnbter, iiiiifltfefjrrer 
i^nnb. |55iiuerl;inif, 5?intcrgeDaiibe. 

B»iCkliouse, bak'lidiise, t. bng 

Baci<lin.<«, ()'d)i^tt.) coming back. 

Backpart, bak'part, s. ta6, bcr 
^interrljpil. (9fii(fcii|lurf (nn jtiimffcn). 

Backpieee, bak'pecse, *. bn6 

Backrftoiai, bak'ruum, t. 1. bie 
ifiintcrilube. 2 bcr i)mtm Dfniim. 

Backsliop, bak'sliop, «. bn$ ^iti: 
tergemi'Ibe. 

Backside, bak'side, ». 1. bn«, bcr 
^iiitv'rtljeil uiMi irgnib G-tmaS. 2. bie 9{iicf« 
feite, Cnfi 5?inrerfl)ei( einefi 1()icr«, bcr 5?in' 
terc. 3. bie ^lintcrrcitc e'm:6 ipnufeS. 

Backslide, baksijde'. v. n. 1. ab-. 
fflBen uoni (Jilntiben , (i6triinni(i lucrbcii. 2. 
Qlii^Piirf)tc I'lidjcn, (iiifiiiu'cicfien riirf)cn. 3. T 
nber + jiirucfuieirf)cii ; |rf)fu iverbeii. 

Backsli<ler, baksii'dur, s. 1. ber 
Wbtruniiigc. 2. CS-iner, ber 91iiefliid)te |"iid)t. 

Backsliding", baksii'ding, «. 1 T 
fiber t bfig 3iiriicfim'id>en. 2. ± a) bie SHnis 
piid)f. b) ber 9ltnii(( i>i.im (i)lniibeii. 

BackstafT, bak'staf, *. CWnr.] bcr 
diabrnnt, I>fli'it'rrt)c Qiinbr.iiit (eiii 3nflru; 
tneiit, mil jiir>Stc bie©iMiiifn(;&t)e ju fiiibcn). 

Backstairs, bak'«tarz, «. pi. bie 
gefjeinie Ireppe , ipintertreppe. 

Backstays , bak'siAze , «. ;>/. 
(gWrtr.] bie ©tiifle. 

Backstitcli, bak'stitsli, t. ber 
€tepp|1id) (beini 9ial;eii). [blow. 

Backstroke, bak'stroke, f.Back- 
Backstvtf rd , bak's&rd, s. ber 
^aubegeii. A --man, ber SJedjter niif ben 
ipifb. 

Back- tools ) bak'toolz, «. pi. 



BAD 

[SSnc^binb.] bie ©tenipei u. giteten. 

Back'ivard, bak'wurd, ^ adv. I 

Back'wards, bak'wurdz.^ riift: 
ivnrtS (ge()en); 2. nufiuartB, nnd) bcni 3{ih 
(fen ju. 3. riicflingt;, nuf ben Dfi'irfni (fiinem. 

4. riicfiunrt^, nnf i>erflo|7eiie Seiten junirf. 

5. riicfiDnrtS , juriicf (ben itreb^gnng ; I'uni 
befTern jn einem fd)lcct)tern 3u|lnnbc). 6 
riirfiunrte, pen i)inteti (Icfen), utrfeljrt. Shak 

7. uerfel^rt, nuf eine i'erfei)rte, entgcgengc 
fe^te SSJeife. 

To go - and forward, 1. T bcilnnbig l}in: 
u. I)erge()en. 2 i fid) in feincn 9{eCen n)iber= 
fprcd)en. To go -, unifetjrcu. 

Back\«'ard, adj. l. unmiflig, nb: 
gencigt. 2. trnge, jaubirnb, laugfain, uer= 
broffcn. 3. l fdjiuerfnliig, ungelcljrig. 4. fpat, 
uerfpntet (bie 5n>)re^jeit K.). 

To be - in one's duty, feine ^flic^t Uer: 
nnd)lni7igen. - cliildren, ivinber, bie ini 
2Bnd)fen jc. jnn'icf finb, longfnnt ii)nd)ren. 

Back-«vard, *. ^ tm (i-l)cniai$, bie 
oerfli^ffene 3oit, 25ergaugeul;cit. Shak. 

Backwardly, bak'wurdle. adv. 
ii>ibern)i(Ug, niit SijibcriuiUen , ungern; tier; 
fcljrt, ivunberlid). 

Backwardness, bak'wurdnls. 
s. I. bie £angrniiifeit, irog^eit, Slbgcneigt: 
fjeit, SCiberfpenfligfeit, ber 'iBiberimde. 2. 
bie SBerfpatung (bee jynifjliugs 20, t<\& 3" = 
rt'icffein, berSuilnnb, ta man im 2Bii(^fen ic. 
juriicf ift. 

Back^vound, bak'wuund, r. a. 
riirfiingfi, I'l'ii (jinten uenvuubcn. Shak. 

Backworni, bakwumi, s. ber 
aSiurni (bfiS gnlfeu). f. Filanders. [t)»i. 

Backyard, bak'yard, ber .^inter^ 

Bacon, ba'kn, ID. baccun) s. I. ber 
eingefnijene cb. geraud>erti ©pccf. 2. f taa 
©c^iucin. [t<[6 •i)Jrn|lfd)i»ein. 

A gammon of—, ein ©d)infcn. — -liog, 

Prov. To save one's -, mil Ijeiler ^^lUit 
bnpon fommen. 

Bacule, bak'ule, (fr. bascule) s. 
[Srieg^bf.] ber 6d)iuengel, ®d)lng. cb. 
®d)ne(lbnlfcn. [ber Sbnfulit. 

Baculite, bak'uijte, s. CO^^ineniln] 

Baculoilietry, bakkulomene, s. 
bie @tnb» ob. 9{«tl)enme|jfuu|l. 

Bad, bad, ad}. I. bbft, libel, rd)limm, 
fd)Ied)t. 2. fri)led)t, Iii|1erl}nft. 3. fd)lcd)t, un- 
gefunb. 4. fd)linim , ungliirfiid). 5. fd)led)t, 
nngeff^irft. 6. rd)led)t, flcin, nrmlid). 7. 
fc^led)t, \<t)\vn(i), I'trbDrben (Dfegicrung 20. 

8. fd)lcd)t, fd)iiblid), nnri)tl)eilig , ungefnnb, 
perberblid). 9. fd)led)t, ungiinilig (iUetter). 
10. fd)led)t, unfrud)rbnr uunn ijobeu). U. 
<'d)Ied)t, uniuegfam (2i3ege 20. 12. fd)lfd)r, 
fdjliniin, fd)iuod), fied) (u.b.®efuntl;eir), fninf . 

It is veiy - Willi liim, 1. cr i|l feljr fninf. 

2. i er beftnbet fid) in fdilimnien liuitlnnben. 
To keep - hours, 21beiib6 fpiU nrtd) ^aufc 
fommen. 

Bad, >, 4 , . .. , • J 

Bade,; '" " • 

Bad, (rd)Ott.) did bid. 

Badg-e, badje. «. I. bni 3<^i4cn, 
^ennic'djen, Werfmal, Sajnijrjeidjen. 2. 
[OJfar.] ber 3ierrntl) am ©tern be« ©djiffes. 

3. bcr©(biff6obtritt. 4. boS Sf'djf "/ Slbicidjen 
(nnf 5?eimen ic). 5. bai Drben^jeic^en. 

Badg-e, v. a. 1. burc^ S^it^e" tennU 



«■ [Siibufh.J 
ber 23nfta6. 



BAG 

li(^ mflt^en, ober mit einem 3ei<!i)en perffften, 
jeid)nen, bejeidjnen. Shak. 2. (in bie^anb) 
brnnPmnrfen. 

Badg-er, bad'jiir, s. 1. [9fcd)t«ipr.] 
Ormnnb. ber t>a& Oitd)t lint, itinn nn ciner 
©telle nufiufnufen unb an einer nnbcni ju 
uerfnufen, oljne nis 9luffniifi'r beitrnft 511 
iverben, ber (5)etreibenufrniifer; a>iffiinl!en« 
I)rinbler. 2. [9?nturg.] ber l^adj-i. 3. e pi. 
9{nuber, lueldjc bie 'ijernubfen erfniifen. 

Badger-legged, bnd)6beinig. — gin, 
bie Dnd)c-fn(le. 

Badiane, bad'eane.^ s. [^Ot.] ttt 

Bandian, ban'dcjn.^ ©ternnnts. 

BatSig-eon, badStije'un, J [SBiiblj.] 
bcr 5nlbl)nucrfitt. 

Badinage, bad'cnaje, (fr. 5H3.) *. 
bcr ©pn^, bie ©djnfcrci. 

Badly, bad'ii. ado. i. fc^ljmm, 
fd)li'd)t. 2. fnnm, rd)iiifrlid). 

Badness, bi>d'nes, jr. i.bic©(^lec^» 
tigfeit, iifle, fd)led)tt ^Scfd^nfTenljeit (p. ®n» 
d)en). 2. bie ©oJnrtigf rit , 55t>^|jeit. 

Baff*, (fd)i'tt.) blow; bang; heavy 

til U III p. 

BaflTetas, baffetas. 

Bal'tns, baf'tas, 

Bastas, bas'tax, 

Barnes, barfl, (fr. befler) ». a. I, 

rcrfporten , fcl^mnl^en , i>crl;ii|)nen , nccfen , (J 
()un)cn, foppen ; bcrrfjnmcn. 2. tnufd)en, prcl. 
Icn, (iffen. 3. ueruirrcn, inSSemurrung brin« 
gen. 4. pcreitein, uniiMrffnni ob. ju <Bd)anf 
ben mncf)cn, I'crnicfjtcn, iliirjen, umwerfen, 
ju (sjrnnbe rid)ten. 

To be baffled in one's expectations, 
in fcinen (?nvnrtungen gpfmn'rfjt n>erben. 

Baffle, V. n. mit 25etntg umgefjcn. 

Baffle, s. bie gfiieberluge bitrd) 2ifl 
n. irug, Iriurrf)ung ; SSereitelung. To come 
off with a -. fici^ fc^Iedjt a\\6 bem ©piele 
jicl;en. 

Baffler, blfflur. *. ^emnnb, bcr 
bie ^Ubftrf^ten Slnbercr ucreitcit, pcrnidjtet, 
ber !8erd)nmenbe; 5>i'trieger. 

Bag, bag, (norm, bage; nrm. pacq) 
*. 1. ber ©ncf, !Beutc(. 2. ber 93e!;nrter, 
aSentel, ©ncf im rber nni ^orper cinigct' 
il}ierc. 3. ber ipnnrbcntel. 4. [ipnnbcl] bet 
©ncf (ein gciviffefi «>Jfn0). 

Bags of wool, [-Wilit.] bie 2DpHrn(fe 
(jur 93elngrg.). A black -, eine 5?nnbe. A 
cloak — , eingcKeifen A hair-cloth— ^ 
ein Oeltretlerfncf. A hawking -, eine 3ngb» 
tnfdje. A leather — , eine leberne 5fei!"e« 
tnfdje. A sweet--, ein ©ncfdjcn. A tin- 
kei'x -, ein iteffclflicferrnnjcn. Petty --of- 
fice, [9?ccf)t5rpr.]bn^91mt luo bie bie Kri<ne 
betreffcnben gcrid)tiid)i'n S8efel;le nu^gcfertigt 
unb nitfbeiunljrt luerben. — and baggage, 
©ncf unb ^ncf. ^ 

To truss - and baggage, ft(^ nil6 belli 
©tnttbe nindjen. To give the bag to. I. 
G-inen betri'igen. 2. pi&^lic^) oerlnfTen (©i* 
neU). To give any one the — to hold, Qr'l* 
ncn l)tnter \)ai £icf)t ful;rcn. To put any 
one in a -, i Giuen in ben ©ncf fc^ieben. 

Bag -fox [ilDnibmnnn^rpr.] bcr jum 
3ngcn beflimnite %i\d)i>; — pip*) ber Du» 
bcli'ncf, bie ©ncfpfeife. — piper, berDubcl* 
fncfpfeifcr. To bag -pipe the nilzzen, 
[Wnr.J Den ©efnn per ben SBinb fc^en. -- 



FAte. far. f^H, fat. M^, met. Fine, f in. NA, move, n6r, got. 6il. cl^iid. Ttihe. Iiih. full. t//in, Tflis. f 1 

BAG 



padding, ^er$u^t)i^() (^rtJt(D@). Bag- 
troat, [Ifd>n.] bnd^efeebanb, ©iifpenj 
forium. 

Bagj r. a. 1. in eineii ©arf tfjiin, 
fncftn, einfarfen. 2. mit <Baden beiaitn, be. 
fnrfen. Bagged with child, e I'djiunnflcr. 

Bag*, V. n. (luie eiii flffudter <Bad) 
fdjiuellen (Me ©erief ic.) ; iiiifrif)ii)c((en. 

Baff-atdlc^f bagaiel', (fr. <S3.) « 
fcie ^kiiiiiifeit, Sflppnlic. 

Bag-ef , bA'je(, «. [-Sut.) Die Ijorfjilie 
Ii(]e turpe, iSnni'fte- 

Ba^jraife, ba-'Ki.lje. (fr. '253.)* I 
(•Wilit.) t)n$ (iJcpntf, (*>.i:nrh. '2. ^ll^ Wepaif 
(rtuf 9?ei|Vii). 3. e eitie Iicferiid)e jyrniicng; 
pen'oii. 

Haf^gfil'tf <r<t)t>rt.) thp brlly. 
tin^tfinX') '>^«'B"'"g- «• [iJl0^^nlt1.1 
t><[(' 3fu.) Ill i2iiifi-n. 

BasTK-iiiirly, bagguigle, otic, e 
l)0if)miiilj''l. iiut.U'i'laren. 

Ba^^iiiOf bau'yo. (irtil ) «. 1. ba$ 

J&i&eljaii#; tie ©nbediibe. i. i(i6 SSi>r&e(I, 

i^urriil)tiiit;. 3. tile 3fMvenf)nu6 im Orient. 

B .1 g II i o - k r e p e r . ber 4Jflbel)nlter. - - 

piiiiiler, ter iV'rbelliBirflj. [iirt 9I3el*. 

BajE^rc, ba^'r, «. [3(f^tf;Di>l.| eiiie 

Bitt^Tc^er, i.aK leef, *. [enfjl. '•War.] 

baij I'lerte u. iiiucrc iKejf. Mar. Dict. 

Bitjt;-!!*'!, i.ai,'^!'. (fr.) «. 1. ('Urc^it.j 

ber JftiMbilrth. I. ber *JCnfeteii|lrtb. 3. t bie 

®erte. ;ii>ie|jriirlje. 

Baliur, baiiar'.^ «. [Oiliiibicn] 3)0: 

Bar ro, S t)at (tinQiew\d)t). 

Baitle^ d'C^i^Ct. ) emiured, did 

• lay. (rintniK^eii, babcn. 

BaijqraCf bilii, (fr. Unignee) V. a. t 

Bailif (rd)Otf. ) beck; courtesy; 

reverent r. [ber 9)a(falit 

Bail4ali<<% bi'kalite. «. [Wmctai<[. 

Bail, b.ilv. (tr. ii. itonii.builler; nrab 

bahain; citl}. baleali, Infreicii) v. a. 1. 3^- 

mniiben fleneii '3^iiTt\((i)tt(t , niif '8ur(ifrf)tifr 

au6 beni (iWf.iiifliiiTe befreien oter eiitlofTcii 

(I'om 9{irf>ter); C>-iiien lodbiirflcii (u. 3)ur 

fleii), fur ©iiieii !biiriir(f)iift Iciilcii, ^lirflc 

iverben. 3. ali ^{it<\cu Annel)iiirn, }ur 

3}ur()r(f)nft6lei|1iin{) )iilaiTen. 4. ntivertTAiieit, 

bepoiiireii CiiSflnreii). Blackitone. 5. turd) 

9Iii«f(ft&pfen (fltiilrttt Mird) rJJiifpiiiiipeii) uoiii 

SBBnffer befreien (eiii 55oi't u.) , Dn« -liii^iTer 

<iudr(l)&pfen (au6). 

Bail, 4. Derieni(](, mtl<t>n tintn 'Hn-. 
inn bur(f) feiiie Oivjiuifffcenfiinft u. Siirfl; 
f(f)iift nil* bem (MefiiiifliiiiTe befreiet , ber 
9)ur(ie. 2. He <je<iebeiie ^idterl^eit, 25iiriv- 
frtjnft. 3. ber 5?fl!ibflri|f, 5?eiifel fine* Rt\\tli- 
ober anbern Oiefiipefi. 4. ((?niil.] eine ae= 
wiffe ©renje in eiiiein ^nlbe. 

To perfect ob. jumiJy -, eiblirf) erl)nrfen, 
brtg ber "Siiriie niid) ii'irflid) bie ©ininiie be: 
fi^t, fur i'jeld)e ei biir<jt. To admit to -, 
aiif 95ur(if(^nft entliijTeii. 

Bail-bond, bie iHMn Oirfan<itntn unb 
feinein S3uroen geileflte £auiion ob. Oblifla: 

tion. BLACKSTO.tE. 

Bailable, bi'labl, adj. i. orgcti 
a3uvnr(<)nft nu* beni (iJefiingnifTe befreibnr, 
fluf !8urQr(f)rtft entlnfibflr (\>oa ^JJerfoneu), 2. 
95iir.v(1).ift iulnffenb (uoin 25erflel)en;, per. 

Bailee, b^4', «. l'3it(i)Ui^.] t>x 



BAK 

Devoftfnriu«, Serronhrer eine^ t)epofitntn«. 
Bailer, ^ ba'lur, *. ber Deponent, 
Bailor, ^ 9Inuertrnuer i>. 'IDnoren !c. 
Bailie, (fc^otf. ) alderman, ma 

gistra te. 

Bailif, ) bi'llf. (fr.) *. I. [(?nnl 
Bailifl*,^ ein i>om ©(jeriff beiledrer 

Senniter, ber 0)eri<f)t!5biener, 35oi]t, iVniiiff 

2. ber '3(iiitniann, Oiinboogt. 3. ber Srfiloy; 
I'ogt. 4. ber 9?enteneinnel)nicr, 35erm<ilter. 

B nil lid- Ob. Bum--, ber lliitfrt>ni(!iff. 

Baiii\«-i(;k, ba'lciviiu «. Cer ^mxi-. 
bqirf cinf* J^ailliff, bie SSofltei. 

Bailment, bale'ment, s. I. iai 
Deponiren Bon ii3n.iren, Depoiltiiin. 2. cie 
oiinirfiinbe ber JOiirnfi^eine ic. an ben 25iir= 
flen ic. [r(i)iift, jObliiiiition. 

Batilpiece, bale'pecse, s. bie'^H'irn< 

Baily, ba'le. s. ber Q3iittcl, ©(^jerge. 

Bainie, (fcf}Ott.> havinglargebo- 
II en ; s I o u t. 

Bairn,/ i>arn. (an(jeff.bearn)4.(fc^Dtt.) 

Barn, ^ b>ij itinb. 

Bairntinie, (fcf^Dtt.) a family of 
c li i I d re II ; u brood. 

Bait, bite, ((infjelf. batan; nrm. boet) 
*. I. ber ^ober, bie Cottipeiie. 2. i bie 
Sorfnnfl, 9l!irei}iing, iSer,ii(f)iing, ber ^ ober. 

3. bie Chrfrifttjiing (nnf ^feifen). 
Bait, V. a. I. fi^ibern, anfocfen, anfo< 

bem, nnfornen (25i!>nel, jjifcfje to. 2. ± nn 
lorfcn, tijbern. 3. iintenoeg* fpeifen, fiittern, 
trnnfen , njen. 4. nntiiUen (mit .§>eftigfeit) ; 
(oou 9{oubo5geln) ilopcn nuf. .; pliigen (luie 
fleine Ifjicre), miiilen. Shak. 5. t)tfytn (einen 
©tier); beijen. 

B a i t i n g - p I n c e , l.bai Wittt)6f)aui, bie 
j^iTberge. 2. —-place for butU etc., ber 
i>f^pln(j filr ©Here :c., bie^c^e. To - ones 
hook with, an bie ^llngel ilecfen. 

Bait, V. n. I. (nuf Steifcn) G-rfrifrfjun. 
gen einneljnien, einfeljren, niiljiilten. 2.(5alfn.) 
init ben j'liflf'" >d)laqen, flattern. 3. ? jiat-. 
tern (o. 23Iut). Shak. 

Bait, «. ein fleiner jyifcf) in ber li^einfe. 

Baitinif, ba'ting, t. tiaS >>e^en, bie 

Baitii, (fd)ott.) both. [Seije, f. Bait. 

Baittle, (rd)Ott.) rich pasture. 

Bait-wortn, baie'-vviirm, t. ber 
•Jiegcnrourm jnin 'Jlngeln. [(^ajollenjcug). 

Baize, haze, «. [3<ibuil. ] ber 23oi 

Bake, bake, (iingeif. bacaii) 1. bncfen 
iQ5rob, 3>ii(fmerf). 2. nin 5^"^' trorfnen n. 
l)iirten, brennen (3ieflcl|1eine;. 3. in ber 
©onnc trixfnen. 

Bake, v. n. 1. bncfen. 2. gebncfen 
roerbcn; trorfnen, lid) Ijiirten. 

B a k e - h o u » e, brty ^nrflJilU^. — meats, 
gebn(fene ©peifen. 

Bakeu, l>A'kn, • pp. v. bake. 

Baker, iii'kur, «. ber ^acfer. 

Baker-foot, ein inipgcitalteter S'lfJ- 
--legged. fcf)icfbeinig. -'s foreman. 
rcr erfte 33iirferburfc() dMItgeferi). -'» man, 
tier 25nrferbnrfd). -'s dozen, 9 oierje()n. 
-'« trade, ba6 S8iirferl;iinbiuerf. -'s 
wife, bie 5Biirferinn.^ 

Bakery, ba'kure, t. 1. bie 93<icferei. 
2. tiai SSnrferljnnbwerf. 

Bakingr, bk king, «. I. ba6 (Sebiirf. 
2. bie «uf einnial gebnrfene £lunnt(tat, ber 
OfenooU. 3. bee iSranb (uon ©teinicaacen;.i 



BAL 

B a k i n g - d i s h , Me '53a(f i^tuffel. --pan, 
bie 33nrfpfanne, lortenpfaiinc. --trade, 
iiai 23arferf)iinbioerf. 

Balan, bai'an, 1. ein jyifc^. 

Balance, bai'ianse, (fr. 233.) *. I. 
§ bie "iiJiige. 2. (■•:)}?td).] bii5 C^JIcidjgeroidjr, 
bie Salnnce. 3.± a) bie iBiigrrf)nIe. li)bieaSer» 
glcid)ung. c) Me UngemifjiH'if, llnrcf)iniTigft'ir. 
d) biiJ 03(eid)(]ciuid)t, bieiRulje, Uneingcnoin. 
menl;cit, llnpnrrciiid)ffit be? (55ei|tc3. e) bai 
(yieirf)gcu>irf)f, bitgleic^eSrnrPe; - of power, 
bnS (iJli'irf)neuud)t ber '')Jiiid)f (jnni"d)en ©tiia. 
ten). 4. [iiiinbel] bie a3iliiiii, •.'lin]lcic^iing, 
9Ced)niing5gleic^e; ber Itet'erfctiu^ , ©iilDo. 
- of trade, bic .'piinfiet^ibiliinj. 5. biellnr!i!)e 
ciner llljr, ber ©d)!«el'er. 6. [')l|"lron.J bii> 
^23nge (bn« ©ternbilb). 7. [ Innjf. ] ber 
©d)iue6etritt. [Die -iprobirmnge. 

Hydrostatic -, bie^Bttffmi'nge. Assay-, 

To put into the - with or against. ., 
abiviigen gegen . . , ocrflleidjen mit . . To 
strike a -, eine J{e(^niing niiCgdidjen, ob. 
nnfgefjen (affen. Upon the -, nnrf) reifer 
GriDiigung ob. 9Jbiungiing. 

Balance-account, [."finnbell ber 25i« 
(nnjfonto, bie SSilnnjred)nung. --arbors, 
[llf)rinnd).j bie llnnifjbreljrtifre. --fish, 
[Orf)tl)i)L'I.J ber i?iiiiimcrfi|"rf). --maker, 
ber ii5agenmn(f)cr. --poiser, bie 2)nliin» 
cierinafd)ine. --reef,(-)»nr.) eine SSerbopj 
peUiiig bei5 ©egel«, urn biefeS cinjune^mtn. 
--wheel, bn6 ©teigrnb. 

Balance, v. «. i. mngcn, nbiongen. 

2. i nbioiigen, eriimgen ((JJn'inbe). 3. in'sJ 
fflleid)gcn)id)t bringen , im (i)leid)geiuid)t ().il« 
ten ob. erijniten (nii^f ivie ©tanteni. 4. niif» 
luiegen , ciner ©n(^e ba6 (iMeicfjgeioittf l>^et 
(i)egcngeiiii(^t ^nlten. 5. (■OJInr.J einnefjmjn, 
einbinben, reffen. 6. [ipnnbcll fnlbiren, aiti' 
gleid)en, nbfd>iie(}en. To - the ledger, bo* 
^anptbud) rd)(ie(5en. 

Balance, v.n. l. im (5Jfeid)gen)irf)t« 
fein. 2. 1)in n. (;cr fc^ionnfen, imrc^dimg fein. 

Balancer, bai'iansur, s. l.ber, bie 
^Dagenbe. 2. Oemniib, ber eine brfonbere 0es 
fd)irfli(^feit im -ajagen (jiit, ber -iBngmeifler. 

3. [&ntom.] bn« gliigelfoH'c^en, bie©d)iuing« 
folbe. l(J)leid)geiui(t)t. Spenser. 

Balancing:, bariansing, J. ia6 
Balanite, baranite, 3. ['Jiatiirg.] 
ber 23iilnnit, G'iifjeli'lein , bie ©eeporfe. 
Balas.«,/ bal'as, s. lWmeTal(\.] ber 
Balas, ^ -ynflng ober 23n(Ia0rnbin. 
BalailStilK^, bal^w'stln, s. [idot.] 
ber loilbe (ijrnnntopfclbnum. 

Balbuciiiate, i>aibu'seiiAte,^(rat.) 

Balblltiate, lialbu'slieate, ^v. ». 

llnmmeln. (iiinge ©aim ob. Sati)}. 

Balcher, bai'shiir, *. [Ofntnrg.] ber 

Balcony, Uaikoiie, (m. bale; fr. 

balcon) *. 1. [aii:d)it. ] ber 33(ilfon, ©ijfler, 

aiui'tritt, Grfer. 2. (OJiar.] bie (3Jn(Ierte. 

Bald, h^wld, (fp. port, baldio) ailj. 
1. T fii()l. 2. fa()l, ber naiiirlicftcnSBefleibung 
bernnOt (luie ^jjjianien u. Iljiere). 3. fnht, 
norft, ol;ne 23mimc (o- ©ebirgen). 4. fnljl, 
unbeberft (oljne bie geiui>l)nlid)e 93eberfung); 
gintt. 5. fiil}l, iingefd)mii(ft, fd)niiirflo5. 6. 
fnf)l, gering, mertljirs, fd)led)f, oI;mc ©tftons 
f)eit unbSierbe. Shak. T.ooffen, frei, tuf)n, 
fecf. 8. [5>oi.] ol;ne 23nrt ob. fflrnnnen. 
Bald-buzzard, [Omttf;.] ber ©Utnpfi 



'2 Fate, ficp, itill. fat. :Me met. line. fin. ?(6. iii6»e. nftr. R6t. 6{|, dood. Tribe, tiib. full, (//in Tills. 



BAL 

treifie. Bald-eagle, berSifdjattcr, S33et0. 
{■opf. — kite, bet iSujjani:, 'Wfaiifefalf, 
sajei()e. [nbtmflcn. 

Hald, V. a. faf)t mndjcn; nL>frf)ai'en, 

ilSaldaciiiii,^ bAi'daki.i, (it. fp.) *• 

nat(la4iuia,5 [■Jltdjit.J ber il)ron= 
J)tiniiid, SS.ilb.icf)in. 

Halilerdasli) iiawl'di'rdisli, (\v. 
baldorz) s. 1. M6 (icl)altlore &e\(i)mcii), ber 
©muiiatine, Iccre ^liiortfri^iui-ill , OJf i fd) in a f^. 
2. ber ••Brird)innrd), bafi ©emengfcl, Oemifd). 

0alder(la.sU, v. a. n\i\<i)i\\, vex-. 
fnlfd)cn (51ii|Tiof"ten>. 

Oaldly, bawld'le, adv. 1. fnl)t, narft. 
2. 1 a) fnl)i, rd)Ie(()tiueg. b) tal)l, fc^lccfjt. 

DaldlieSS, bawldnes, *. l.bicK>il)l= 
f)eit, 9iacff(}eit. 'i. i a) bie Knljlljeit (cine6 
SBiijc^). b) bie platte ©4)reibart. 3. blc 
&UM)t, bcr JtnljIfDpf. (fi>Pf- 

Blaldpate, bawld'paie, *. berS:nl)l= 

Ilaldpated, b^wld'pated, adj.iatsu 
fovftfl. irippe. 

Bald-rib, bawld'-iib,«.bte@d)ii<eiti^> 

ISaldrick, biwld'iik, (fr.) «• l.brr 
05iirtel, bne r»egetige()cnF , aSBcfji-gcIjanae- 2. 
[«artnMi.] ber lljierfteiS, 3i>btaf. Spenser. 

Baldwin, bawld'win, s. [G'iaenn.J 
SBiilbuin. 

Bale, bale, (fr. balle) *. 1. [ipaiibel] 
ber «n(Ien (5Banren). 2. « eiii '!|3nor2Biirfel. 

Bale, V. a. I. einpacfen , uerpncfeii, 
einbntten. 2. [g)?nr.] (out) (baS 233a(Ter> init 
Gimerii nu«fd)opfen. 

Bale, (nngelf. beal, bealo) *. « bie 
gjotli, £lual, triibfnl, i>a6 ©leiib, SBclj, Un» 
geimid). Shak. 

Baleful, bale'ful, adj. 1. traurig, 
fuiimicruod, fDrgenuon, iDe^niiitljuofl, betri'ibt. 
2.eunb, tliigtirt), fd)recflirf), ipef^euod. 3.ivum> 
meruerurfadjenb, permi'iflenb, iin()eilbringeiib. 
i)tTbcrMid),i'er()a^t.SHAK — adv.B a 1 e'l u 1 1 y . 
iDeljcuuK K. 

Balister, balVtur, ((at. balixta) g. 
bie atrtntruil. [Safe, 5Bi'je. 

Balize, baleze', (fr.) *. ['iJJtnr.] bie 
' Balk, biwk, (nngclf. bale, ro. bale) 
*. 1. bcr58nlfeii. 2. ber5iird)enrnin, bie^iit' 
(be. 3. i a) (S-twoo iin&eruljrt ©clnfftncS, line 
till S"frf)ciii'n'n , bie fel)ler^nfte 91ii61nf[iing. 
cer SSfrili'g. Spewser. b) bie SSerciteliing ; 
bn» ^JJfi^Iingen einer .^pffiiung, ber Qtier: 
flrid); bie®d)nnbe; bnSUngemnd), beriJind)' 
rbcil, ©rf)nbe, bie 93elcibigung. 4.pi. I'i))?ar.l 
bie XJerfilii^en. 

To have a sad—, fk()|tnrf perredjiiethnben. 

Balk, v.a. I. Ocmnnbcii tniifdjen, irrr 
leiteii, I)intergel)en , Ocninnbfi 5poffniing I'cr; 
fitcdi, jn ®d)aiiben nincf)cii; Q-'uim (>crd)iv 
men; nerten. 2. iibiTgct)en , wcgliifTcii, aui-' 
IntTtn; iinbcriilirr ln(Ten, i'crrd)iMieii. 3.*i>er. 
hii)len, i'errd)ii>eigrn. 4. * (S-infui fd)abfii. 5.* 
ciifid)id)ren, nufljiiiifcn. Shak. 6. iirjiirdjcti; 
rnmeii pfliigfn. 7. pcriDfigcm , nii«rd)lanen. 
— o. n. '•■ i. fid) ntMucnbfii. 2. luiberiTreirfii. 

To - a shop, eiiicm ilrtiijlabeii bie itiiti: 
Sen nbfpnnilig ninc^en. 

Balker, baw'kur, #. [JJifc^crei] ber 
^nring^ipnljer , 5?iiring«6ote. 

Ball, bawl, (|~d)IU. ball ; niff. bal) «. 1. 
jeccr riinbe ^orper, ber SSntt, ©pielbafl, bie 
JRngfl, 25iflnrbfugel, ber ^nnnel :c.; ber 
geucrfuAuel, bie ^euerfugel, 9}r<iiibfugelu. 



liAL 

2. ber 9?eid)fnpfel. 3. bie ilnnonen-- ob. %Un> 
tcnfiigel. 4. berGrbbnU. 5. jeber runbe iljcil 
id uienfitlidjen Aorper^, ber SJallen (an ber 
ipiinb, am guge), ber Qlpfel (be^SltigeS), bie 
gdjeibe (bee i?nie5). 6. [Iijpogr.) bcr S8al> 
len. 7. [aSjaibmannfifpr.] bie iJurfjSfaljrte. 8. 
i)(i& ®egcngciuid)r an einer ©djnellu'age. 'J. 
[(Ecrnm.j bie Qinnniine. 

Fire--, 1. ["iTiiUt.l bie(5)ranate.2.[^13^nr.] 
bie geuertiigel. Foot--, ber 93attcn, -iBinbj 
bad. To take the — at the rebound, ibie(5)e« 
legenljeit bcnu(>en. To give a close — , [*&tl> 
(arbfp.] cincn SSad fodiren. 

Ball-stock, [ii^pogr.] ba« 23allenf)oIj. 
--vein, [^)J;ineralg.] cine 31rt ©ifcnglanj, 
ber in lorfern 'Xfinfjen uorfcmuu. 

Ball, (fr. bal) s. bcr 33aa, bie lanj: 
partie , Ianige|'eafd)aft, b(\6 Xanjfeit. 

Ball, v.H. fid) badcn (ivie ber8c^nee); 
badcn. 

Ballad, bal'lad, (it.) «. bie ^^adabe. 

Ballad-maker, ber ^adabenbic^rcr. 
--monger, bcr ©adabcnljanbler. —-sin- 
ger, bet 23adabcnfangft, Sbanfelfanger. 
--style, bcr 23adabeni1i)l. —-tune, bie 
•i3adabcnmelobie. --writer, bcr 2?adabcns 
I'c^rciber. lllngf"- 

Ballad, ». n. SBadaben madden i^bcr 

Ballader, bai'iadur, t. ber ^ada> 
bcnt'd)rcit'er. 

Balladry, blriadre, s. ber Oicgem 
ilanb einer 5lwlKibe, iljndaben(ti)l. B.Jonson. 

Ballant, (id)ott.) ballad. 

Ballast, bal'laxt, (angelf. bat. bae 
2jLii»t u. last; ruff, ballast) s. l.[0)far.] ber 
iindail. 2. i Quva& SBelaflenbeS, ber iSadaft. 

3. Ilatt ballasted. Shak. 
Ballast-lighter, 1. [^ir.] baiSSidj^ 

tcrfd)iff, 25adnili"d)i|if jum 'iUi&laben be6 33al; 
laile?. 2. bcr 'ilufiVljcr bcim aiu^labcn bcffel; 
ben. Shingle -, [')>iar.] ©ingilf'. 

Balla.st, V. a. l-})cax.i niit ^aUa\i 
i.>crrfl)''n rb. bclabcn, badailcn (ancf) f). 

BalllaK<iii^, bat'ia>iing, «. 1. bie 
Cabnng niit iJadail. 2. ber SSallail. Shak. 

Ballated, bal'iaied, adj. f in einer 
5}aflabe bcningcn Pb. gei'iingcn. 

BaHIatuun, baliaiOun', s. eine ^rr 
iiLHU anf bcni .ftaipifc^cn -Miccre !c. 

Ballatry, bal'latie, s. I. ein die 
fang. 2. ein nmnrerer laiij. 1V1ii,to?( 

BalBet, bal'lei, (fr.) *. 1. (ianjf.l 
tai 55ndet, bcr ©d)autonj, bie ianioper. 2. 
M« <8adcr <al5 braniatird)t6 (JH'bid)r) 

Builiag'e, baileadje. (n.Bailage< 
(i>. ir. b.iile. bie ©tabt) *. eine luin ben 
'Jieiiben k. an bie ©tabt giMibrn jn enr; 
rid^rcnbe ficine 'ilbgabe fur wn iimrn nit^- 
gifiihrre ^Gaarrn. [-liadiile. 

Baili^ta, bal'llsta, «. [QllrerrI).] t'it' 

nailifKter, hal'islur. f. Balnstrr. 

B'illi.')«(ic, ball's'tik. adj. badiilifd). 

B»iliKti(r.s, bailis'iiks. .t. pi. bie 
IVidiilif , ^Biirigrrd)i'i«fun|f. 

Bailocli, hal'Ink. s. bie S^ot't. 

B''tll<>ii, ( halloun'. (fr.x I. <; jebrr 

Balloon,^ l)iit)le, ipljarirdje .Ri^'rpi'r, 
bie grofje .ftngel, bcr gr(>(5e 35ad. 2. |(Fl)eni.l 
brr SBadon, bie i!;ngcltlard)e. 3. (9lrd)ir.J bie 
Jlngrl anf 'Jvfeitcrn i>b. ©aiilcn , p-Mbfnge(. 

4. Igencrm.] bieCnilfiigrl. 3. ber Sjlafenbad, 
aJaUoii (Sinberfpielicug). G. [«|5l;i)f.] ba$ 



liAM 

SuftfcttifT, ber 2uftbadi>n. 7. (an* Bal'- 
loen) ein 9{nberrd)ifT inSiam. 8. [Jranfr.] 
») ber SSnden papier luni 24 9Jieg. b) btt 
33oden, ^^acf (Gllaemaaren). 

Ballot, bariiit. (fr.) *. I, bie ^ugcJ, 
SS5al)lfiigeI. 2. bcr ©riinmjcttcl. 3. baSSBadof 

Ballot-box, bie 2Bahfiirne. [tiren. 

Ballot, V. n. l.bndotiren, initSSiaDU 
fugein tlininicn. 2. tnit 3ertc!n itinimen. 

Ballotade, bai'loiade, s. [^ieicf.] 
ber t'uftiprung, bie SBadotabc. 

Ballotation, balluta'shun, t. t 
ini 53ad(itircn. 

Balllt, bam, (gr. balsnnion) ». 1. bft 
23alfom. 2. ber as.ilfain, jebe ivofjlriet^enbe 
cb. fcftbare ©albe, badSalbol. Shak. 3. iber 
SSalfam, jebe6 Sciu pb. emberungemittcl. 
Shak. 4. [liiH.] bie '»?eliffc. 

Balm apple, bcr aSalfamapfcl. — 
gentle iiber--mint, [^vt.] bie "IRcIiffe, 
--tree, ber 2?al|ambanin. — otGilead, brr 
••jyieffabairain ; t>a6 Sairanifrant. 

Balm, V. a. 1. balfamircn, balfamen. 
2. 1 linbcrn, ftiden. (nenfrcffe. 

Baliiiasite, bal'masi'ie. s bie33rnn« 

Balmy, bam'e. adj. I. bairiiniif((> 
(aromatifd)). 2. 23airani (leri'i^rbringenb (luie 
ber 2.)alfainbaiini). 3. ^ baifaniird) , fanfr, 
mfi, milb (ber ©d)liifi. 4. ^ balfanibufrcnb. 
5. ^ balfaniirc^ , linbcrnb, ilidenb, Ijeilcnb. 
Shak. (Q3abe gcljijrig. , 

Balneal, bal'neal. adj. )n einem 

Balneary, lial'ncaic.*. bicSBabflubc. 

Balneatiou, bainca'siiun. s. bad 
93abt'n. (eineni ^nt>t ge()5rig. 

Balneatory, barncainire. adj. jH 

Balsam, bawrKum, (gr.) «. l. ber 
23airani, bie ©alt'c. 2. ['Sot.] bieSjalfamine. 

Balsam-apple, [2?Dt.] bie )vilbe ^a(« 
famine, --sweating, 6airanti'd}mi»5enb. 
--shi ub. bie 33alfiiin|1aube. --tree, t'tt 
-J3airain('nnm. [*. bn* ^^alfamireii. 

Bal.<iaiBiati4»n , buwl.sinua'shiui , 

BalfKailtiC, bawl.^am'lk. ^ adj. 

Baistamical, liHlsain'ckal.^ |jal> 
fainifd). i'ilHirtcl. 

Bal.<iamic, ». [-Wfb.] baibairaniifdje 

Balsamine, bavvi'xuiiiin, «. [-Bui.] 
bie ajalfanune, bai" ©pringfriint. 

Baltic, biwl'iik. *. l(S)cogr.] bieO|l» 
fee. - adj. Imltird). 

Baltimore, blwl'temore. s. I. 
lOieogr.) SJalriniore. 2. iCrnirh.] - Pbct 
--i)iid. bie gflt'bnnrc Dn^ffcl; ba.stard — , 
fie >'d)uinr5bih-rigc Dniffel. 

BaluMter, bai'iiVstur, (fr.i *. [?Ir» 
rfiit.l bie Drtff, OJeianrrrraule; iai:' (*)fians 
Pfr.Doffrngcliinfrr, (^)itrer, bic Irfppenhljne. 

Btilii.'tt^-'red, bailusfuid. adj. mit 
(Meraiibcnaiilen, (iJclanbrrn iierfeljen, iinu 
girtrrr. 

Balustrade, i>al'usfiadc 4. [i!(r> 
rt)ir.) fa;' riocfrngflanbrr, Wirrenverf, t*ii(fen» 
lyrrf , fie ^ialndrabe, biird)t;rodif nr'iViitlle l)iie. 

Bam, bam, s. e ber .^tiiiff, !iVrnig, 
faf 'Blenfu'crf. jC-rniaiS anfbinben. 

Bam, v.a. e pnden, tanfe^cn; ^inem 

BamllOO, bambuu', 3. [^Pt.J ia^ 
2.iatn0n^'rii(ir, bcr 55am(ni5. 

Bamboozle, bambuu'/l. v. a. & 
betnigcn, pri'dr n, rd)nrdrn, inni 23i'nf n haben.- 

Bamboozler, bambuu'ilur, «. 6 



FAtp, far, fall, fat. ML m^t. Fine, fin. NA, mhve, ndr, pot. 6fl. c]6M. Ti'ihe. tiib. fnll. t/iin, THis. 73 



BAN 

Der 35ctrugcr, ©c^nlf. 

Dailf liaii, (Aiicjed'. baAtian) «. L iex 
oifiiitiict)e lilu^ruf, Die L>jfi'iulKf)e ^Befaiiiunin: 
rtmiig. 2. t)a6 offeiitlidje 'iluhicbot bet 23er: 
lobten. 3. Ht 2>iuni , 6ie airfjt , 9?eid)6nd)c. 
4. Per llutcringuiiasbefel)!, tii6 feierlid)* SScr: 
tut. Milton. 5. 6er rfliid); tit SBrnvuii; 
l\1>iinfl. Shak. 6. &cr iUrd)ciUMiiii , Mi 3"= 
tiTDift. 7. 6ie ffld&ilrnte fiir tie '©aiiiiuerleijimiv 
b. fine an 6eu SBiidjot crlcflte (Strofe fur 
OUTtcsltii'lmina. 9. ['Diilit.J ta& bfffiitlid)i; 
^tidtroinmeln, t)ie £eraiiiitmiid)un{) uiitcr 
trommeirdjlng. 10. [^niitclj «ne 'ilrt oiliii: 
6iid>cn <JJ2oufTcliii6. [iobtt)- 

To proclaim the ban*, ouf^ietcn (S3frs 

DttU, V. a. vev?ud)tn, verivuui'd^cii. 
Shak. - ». n. fliK^eU, CUbtt lii|lern. Ban- 
n i n g, uenvfiiifd^t. Shak. 

DaaiMia, banjl'ua, •. [93ot.] Die ^i; 
faiiiiftudjt, <J5iirii6tf«feige. [tflimi. 

Ban an a- tree, t>er ^Ifanf] , ^iiaod' 

Dandf band, (anncir. banda; pert'. 
(>aiid ; I'llll^f. baiide, buiida) t. I. § (i'tuiao, 
luafi binOct, t>n4 ^niib, tie ©c^niir, iSiiiOe, 
ttr Sliiifl. 2. i bie iBniitie, ^e]\el, SLtttt. 3. 
ctiuot uin tinen antttn Oicgrnilaiit) Okleg^ 
tc6, QiebunbtmA, ) 25. trr ^nnti tiiite iBu» 
d>e5, am ©atrel ic, l>ie 3{rt6i'(<>icne ic. 4. et: 
luii^ tun bell 5?ii(6©ftmgf lie*, j. 23. bcr^^jrir: 
rtcrfrageii, t>i\6 ©.iffdjeii , ber <!luf: ob. Ueber: 
frtjlag. 5. tie iiiitcr eiiicr giiljiie uereiiiiafc 
»Dieii!ic -JJieiiic^en , bie 25.iiiDe, diottt, Acm-- 
p.i(iiiie iSolbiuen). 6. bit |u eiiiem fleiiicin= 
lM)iiftli(fccM 3>i"rf« I'erriiiiijte 0)e|eH|"d)iift, bie 
ajiiube, ^iotte 111. i)CinH?irM ic). 7. ['JKur.] 
ciii t£treif Ceiiimniib )iir !8cr|l>irriing iti 
(Ba\tii: 8. I'Mrdjir.) bie Cei|le, ber Streif. 

Fag nt- band, bie ^lebe, ba6 2i3eibcn: 
t;Uib, btc 25ii\bcn)eite. Head — , bfl6£tirii= 
biiiib. Swathing--, ia6 ilUicfelbiiiib (fur 
Aillbcr>. Bands of a saddle, bie (SnttCl- 
binieii. The bands of foot, bie JJu^l'Olfer. 
-■Hiring, bie SBaiibfil^iuir, Ni* itrageiis 
boiib. A little -, bnd iyaubct>en. 

Dandf (fc^ctt.) bond. 

DantI, r. a. 1. biiiben, mit eiiiem 
!^aiibe iurniiimeiibiiiben, verbiiibeii. 2. in 
eiiie !&iiube ob. Saiiben vereinigeii, lufiini: 
uienrotten. 

Dantl* v.n. fic^ )u einem gcnieinrt^nfis 
Iirt)cii 3ii'ccfe t'crcinigen ob. oerbinben, fid) 
jui'aninicnrocteii ob. rottircii. [lucgtreiben. 

D»n<l) (u. ban) V. a. ^ uecbiiunen, 

Daudagre, bandidje, (fr.) «. 1. bie 
!Siiife. 2. [(Jljir.) ber 23erbnnb. 3. (biiJiu.) 
biie ^Miibeii, 25crbiiitcii. [feibeiiefiSiirfriid) 

llandaiia^ baudan'a, 4. eiiie Olrt 

naudbuX) band'boks, t. bie '>|$nt) 
fd).-rt)tii. 

Daitder, ban'dur, t. Ocnmnb, ber 
fi',1) iiiit jlnbrrn jii eiiieni (]enu'iiir(4aftlid)cii 
Sa'crfc I'crbitiber, ber Jhurirer. 

Ilautierei, ban'dmet, «. ber 23an 
nrriierr, ^aiinerlji'rr; [■£d)iueijl ber^ScfeljIf 
I)iii'er bfr syeriier -Mfilij. 

Oandit, bandit, pi. bandits cbrr 
banditti, (it. baudillo) t. I. Der ©rtil^ril: 
tiiiibcr, 25rtubit. 2. i ber i-erjiueifilfe, fleffi): 
wit SJiirfcf). [Sue innnfiJ "Xiiiafi 

Randle, baa'dl, t. ein irioiib. jiuri 

nandlet. ^ band'lli, t. [^vdtit. 

Daud 



llet. ) band'lll, t. 



liAiN 

Daudog-, baii'dog, ». bcrflroge^unb, 

JJerrctUjuiiD. 

DaUduleers, bandc'ilcerx', (band 
u. l;oU. leer; a. pt. Dns fed)ulrcrgi'l)aU(ie, 
23niibelitT. [bie 'JjaiiCore icin Oni^ni'i'cnt). 

Daudure, baudure, (gr.) «. I0}iui'.i 

Oaudrul, band'rolU (fr. banderollej 
*. I. [-JJi.ir.] ber iiSimpel, bii6 iJdl;iid)cu. 2. 
bie Inntipetciiitiiarte. 

Daud} , iian'de. «. biit; Si^iaiibrett, 
iXatfett (jiiiu 25a(liViclj. 

Dandy, v. a. i. I)iii iiiib ^er fd^Kigen 
(25alle;. 2. i luedjielii CXAitte :c.>. Shak. 3. 
rd)leiiberii, l;iii iiiib \)er ilu^eii. 4. i enuiiGeiu 
liberlegeii. 

Dandy, v. n. (Ireiren, ^in^ nnb ^er- 
llreiten, loetiilreiten , ivie ini v^picl, ivo ^i- 
ber bell )&i\H nii(^ feincr ©cite lu rd)l>i<jcii 
judjt. SiiAh. 

Dandy -lenc, ban'de-leg, 4. bai 
frutnnie 2)ciii. -«(<>. --legged, fniuini; 
bcinig. l(?Jift, 2>erbert'eii, bie ^4>eil. 

DtUie, bane, s 1. bdi 0)lfr. 2. i Diie 

Bane-berry, [23l>t.i bie fd)U>arif iSd)liiU: 
geniuurjel. — wort, ber i)iu(t)fi(^iuten. 

Dane, i>. a. oergifrcn. SiiAk. 

Dane, cfd)L<tt.; bone. ' 

Danes, (fd^urr.; i<oues. 

Danefui, biuk'iul, <«</ 1. Qifrig. 2. 
t I'crbertlul), tobtlit^). ado. Baue'fuily, 
I'erbetblid). 

Danef ulnesK , bAne'fulnls. «. i. 
bie Wiftigfcit. 2. i bie iBerbcrl<lic<)fdr. 

Dau§:, bang, V a. l.e pciigelii, burd)- 
tianeii, fdjlagni. 2.\d)utteU\, raiti)btt)aiibeln, 
niiCliiinbclii. Shah. 3. - up, \u\<S) ber 
neiieileu -iJivbc. [iJ3u|T» Srrcid). Shak 

Dans', t. ber tjefiige <&(t)big, <Bti>i, 

Dang, (|'d)iit(.> spring; u bound; 
to beat; to strive. 

Dangle, bang'gl, v. a. verr(i)friibern. 

Dangle, t- e ber '45rugei. - udj. in 
3ufiunniciireisg., Ijembljangeiib, j. 2). — ea: 
red, mit Ijtuifleiiben DIjrtii. - ob. bang; 
ling ear», laiige l)ertibl)aiigi'nbe Ol^ren. 

Dangster, (ft^ott.; a violent 

fel I o w. 

Danian, ban'yan, t. 1. berOTiorgen: 
nujiig ber 25aiiianen, ^afrnn. 2. lein im 
ipiiubel gcbraud)rcr inbifdjcr Dicncr; bcrSJiv 
niane. 3. l25ot.J ber inbir(t)c jycigenoiuiui. 

Banian -days, bie 3 Iiige ber 'Iood)e, 
nil mcld)en bie ••Mintrofen feiii SlciicJ) t'efiim= 
men , bie m.igeren ioge, ipiiiigcr;, gailtagc. 

Dauisll, baii'nisli, cir. bannir; v. ». 
I. oerbanuen, bea iiiinbc^ oenueifen. 2. i 
i>ertMnncn, ucrrrcibeu (Sorgen 20. 

To - ones self, fid) frciiuillig uerbaiineii. 

Dani^iliable, bau'nishabl, adj. 
uerbaiint, ocriricbcn \uerbcn fijiinenb. 

Daniivlier, bau'uishdr, t. ber SSer^ 
bniiiicr, 2>iTfrciber. 

Danislliaient, ban'nishment. t. 1. 
bie 2)i-rbrtinuing, Sanbceiicriucirniifl, bn^iSers 
I'linnen, ajcrl'tiiinrfein, G-jrilium. 2. [©iigl.] 
tie freiiindige aSirbnnnniig. 3. l bai 95er; 
ban.ijeit (ber ©orgcii 20. 

Dank, bangk, (iuigclf. banc; arab. 
bank.; arm. bancq) *. 1. bie ©rberljoljung, 
bet Damm, ipiigcl, Wail. 2. bai (Icile liter 
be& ■i»?eerci*., eiite£ See'* cb. gliifTf^. 3. bie 
2}aiif, ilvabfrbaiif. 4. li>atibclj bte a)anf, 



BAN 

©elbbnnf, 3ettclbaitf, <H5ec&l'erbanf. 5. Pie 
5banfeinc4®picler5, ©pielbnnf. 6. bieSBaiif, 
ba6 SanfgcbnuDe. 7. [i^nnbci] ba& 2?(infci. 
8. [ipanbcil bie 23aiifiierelird)afr. 9. bie!8iiiif, 
6-ri)&l)iitig im '>5Keere, Sonbbiinf. 10. bie 
^ant ((Steiiiloger). II. [Iijpogr.J ba«£'aiif< 
brer an ber $reffe. 

To keep in -, lftirbie3iifunft nuffparen. 

- of circulation, (i^iiiibelj Die (yirobanf. 

- for loans, Die Sei()tmiif. 

Bank -agio, [ijiaiitelj bm^ 25anPo;«gio. 
--bill, [i>inbel) 1. ber 93anfjettel, bie 
!Sanfnpte. 2. bie S»niifaftie. --cresses, 
pl. l23ot.] ber 5pcbcrii1;. --money, bai 
•:»aiifiigelb. --note, [.spanbel] bie aSanf. 
note, --stock, tie iinnfaftie. 

Dank, ». «. 1. Dammen, mit tinem 
iOade nmgcben. 2. f an ben -TB.irieii (etner 
©tabt) I'lirbeifommeii. Shak. 3. t (OJeib) in 
eincr 23anf nieberlegcn, in bie 2>anf Irgcn. 

Dankable, i>aiigk'abi. adj. lS?a\u 
bell in einer SJanf jiilafilg rb. biSfonttrbnr 
(I'un 2l5ec^reln), 

Danker, blngk'ur. *. i. ber 'llBerf)d« 
Icr, -S>inficr. 2. &fr55anflwlrer (beitopielcn). 
3. ein juin JJifdjfange auf ')?enfiinb[anb be« 
tlimmrcfi <£(t)iff. [relgefd)iift. 

Danking, baiigU'in;;, 3. bai-'Sitd}' 

Dankruptf, ban^k'n'ipt. (u. fr.ban- 
quvronte) s. I. [ii{cd)ri*rpr. I ber betri"igcrifd)e 
23anfcrMrirer. 2. ber 23,iitfiiriirf>i(]e, 2)anfe> 
rotiirer, ^aiUt (nnr onn Jtaiiftcnten). 3. t 
A — to all manner of understanding, @it 
ncr, ber anf ben gcfnnbcn •33?L'nfrf)eni'crflanb 
ueriid)tet Ijat. 

Bankrupt-law, bai Jafliteiigefefj. 
-•system, bai 5a!!imenri5fi)|tfm, ©Dtlem 
oon (iJefc^en, foiuie bie ^JJrojcbiir in SSejug 
anf i^aditen. 

Dankriipi, adj. banfbrrid>in , ban* 

ferctt. To turn, to grow, to become — , 
t'onfcrott iverben , Sbanfcrott madien. 

Danknipt, v. «. i. <Banfcrott ina» 
d)t\\. 2. 1 ju ©rnnbe ridjtcn. 

Dankrnpt, U.U. banfbri'irfjigmcrben. 

Dankriiptcy, bangk'rupxe, 3. 1. 
[5?anbe(] ber ^awtimid), 2)anferott. Court 
of-, bai Sallitengeridjt. 2. bie "Banferptt* 
erflnrnng, bai gafliment, g-afliren. 

Dannarett, 3. « bai 2)anb. Shak. 

Danner, ban'mir, (m. baner) 3. 1. 
bai 23aiiner, ^anier, bie JJaljiie, ©rnnborte. 
2. bai ^at)\\(i)ei\ , 5Jal)n(ein eincr l^anje. 3. 
[23iH.l bai oberfleSliinieiiblntt eincr fd^meti 
tcvlingSfi'miigen ^Biinnenfrone. Martvn. 

Dannered, ban'mird, adj. 25aniier 
tragcnb , mit 23nnnevn ucri'e()en. 

ikanneret, han'miret, s. 1. ber 
i5annerl;crr. 2. basS S-iil)nd)en. 

Dannerol, ban'mu oil. 1'. B a n d r o I. 

Dannet, (rd)ort.) bonnet. 

DannuCk, ban'mik, (ir. boinneog) 
*. [@d)ottl. n. '7?orb. i*. (J'ngl.] ber 5pafcr» 
fnd)fii, ber ivnd)cn von Grbrcnmchl. 

Danuy, ban'oi. *. eine 9lrt 3-alfen. 

Danqiiet, b.iiigk'k»ci, (fr. ; arm. 
bancqed) 3 1. bai '•Mfal)!, 0)a)'lmaM, S8an> 
fctt, ber ©d)mau«. 2. •■■ beriJrad)rird). Shak. 

B anq uet - house ob. Banqiieting- 
house, ba* S?a\\i , luo $Banferte gcgeben 
luerbcn. --room ob. B anq u et in g-room, 
ber Srtal, tvorin 25anfette gcl;aircn mcrben, 



74 Fat.'. f-,r. Tail. at. v^. ,„',. y\„p, f?n. NA, m6ve, n6r, ^of, 6il. cl8tid. Ti'ihe, Uih. full. i/mh. THis. 



BAiN 

ber 5Panfcttranf. [f>crcirt^en. Shak. 

Uitnq uet, V. a. ft'iliid) iinC fcierlicf) 

llnIIqull^f, «■ «• rd)ni(Uiri:n , ifdjen, 
brtnfettiren i gnflii-eii. ^ ^ Shak. 

Danqueter, bangk'kwltur, s. i. 
ber gitinnufcr, edjfcinniev. 2. &cr P)(i|t; 
ttial)lfli'tjfr. [t'f.] tiic b-ii|}l'nnr, 57riiftme()rf«anr. 

Banquette, i.angkket', s. (Siriegf= 

UauKliee, iiaii'.siic.^ s. eine irlAntt: 

Benslii, ben'slic, ^ i'd)c 3nii6crinn 
^>^er gee. [fl)i)or.] ber sSricfjIina. 

Banstickle, ban'stikkl, s. [Orf)= 

Banter, ban'tur, i>. n. nufjieljen, 
uerfvotten , fpL^ften, fcf)rnubcn. 

Banter, *. ber <Bct)fYi, ©pi>tr. 

Banterer, ban'tunir, «. ber Spafy- 
macfjer, ©pn^uogel, ©porter. 

Bantling-) bant'ling, s. l.baSfleine 
£:inb, ber fltme 55nlo. 2. ba6 ipiireiiftiib, 
ber SSr.nfert. 

Baiitiism, bap'tizai, (gr.) <■ 1. bie 
Xaiife. 2. I! bie laufe, bflS^Seiben (Efjrifti. 

Baptismal, baptL'mal, adj. jiir 
Inufe (ich&rig, XauJ . . . 

Bapti»«t, bap'tist, *. 1. ber Uniifer. 
2. ber 2i3ieCertmifcr. 3. [-iWiinnSn.] 58nptiil. 

Baptistery, bap'Tifiture, *. l. bie 
Xnuffnpede. 2. ber Inufilcin. 

Bapti$>tiC, bapiis'tik. ladj.sm 

Baptistical, bapiL'tekal.^ Xaiife 
(jri)&rtg , laiif . . . 

Baptize, bapti/.e', V. a. 1. taiifeii. 
2. i (ciii gei|1ige6 OJetrniiE; tfliifcn, b. h. niit 
5D3nffer I'criuirdien. 

To - again, miebertiuifeii. 

Baptizer, bapti'^ur, j. berlniifeiibe. 

Bar, bar. (111. bar; nriU. barren) *. I. 
5 jebeS ©tiirf 5polj ob. •OJietnd , ii)clc()ei5 G-t; 
luae oerfpcrrt, bcrSprrrtniim, ©ifilagKiimi, 
£liier6niini , iai £luerl^o(j , 9{iegell)0lj , ber 
£luer|1n6, 23aum, 33nlfen; ©tniibb.ium, @tn(l= 
Hum; ipebebnuin. 2. ± ber Qiierilrirf) , biu- 
i^in^erni^, ipitunuiip. 3. ber 9{icgcl (nii 
lljuren :c.). 4. [9{ecf)ti-iVr.] a) bie ©d)rnii. 
.fen (in beni ©itjunggjimmer etne£-P)ericf)te! ; 
ber niit ©d)raiifen ciiigerd)lo(Tene Drt |"elb|l. 
b) — of tbe court, ber Oierid)r^i"iia(; DiU- 
@crid)t \elb\i. c) tie 2i^llOMlfell)Ullft. 5. t 
bii^ ©crtd^t, 'irituiiial (ber otTeiUlidji-n-iJTei; 
nting). 6. bne J^omptiMr, ber ©djciifrii'ri) in 
fflSirrljfjimincrii. 7. bie ©aiiblnnif, but ga''- 
feiiritf, bie D?eil;e g-ilfcn lur ber ■^Xiiiibung 
eine^ gliifTeS ob. bciii(Jiiigaiigc clues i^iifi'iu-. 
8. bafi •"Keerufer. 9. (ipcelf. | ber Qiierbal; 
fen, (Scfrd)iiitt. lO. ber Jriiger (berifjeil ber 
fiiniilnbe eineg ^3rVrbe^, niif roeld)cin ba* 
9)fuiibrtiirf tut)i). ll.CO}ruf.) ber iafrilvid). 
12. bie Snrre (CDoib i>b. ©ill'er;, bieStiiiigi- 
(gifeii). 13. (im afrifaii.ipniibeO bie ©range 
(nl62Dertl;, ^preiS). l4. [lypiigr.) bie >>nb; 
fjnbe All ber ^reffe. 15. l©d)iil;m.J ber iiie; 
fiid). 16. bie Sliiniciinarl; din SpK^en). 17. 
[9{ec^t3rpr.j bie red)riid)e iBiTmnl^ning. 

Bars of tbe crab or capstern. ['■Wnr. ) 
tie fireujOt'iiimc ber ©piflc. —-holes of a 
capstern or windlass, bie ©pltlgiUeu. — s 
of a windlass, liandspecks, Pie SjennpKlen, 
jftuppeirpillen. ---fee, bai ©dXirfjgflb, 
©i^gelb, iue(d)c5 eiii fflrtniigeiier bem ©d)iie= 
§er Oei feiiier G'ntlafiung jii eiitridjren l;ar. 
— maid, bie itefliierinn nin @d)enfrird)e. 
A trial at -, [C'ligLj eine gerid)riid)elinrer: 



BAR 

fndjung ob. 9IbI)5ning wx ben ®erirf)tSf)i>fen 
I'on \S5rftniiniler. 

Bar, v.a. 1. 1'erfpcrren, rcrriegctn, }ii= 
riegi'In, fperren, uergittcrn. 2. f I'erfpcrn'n, 
uerilopfen,Lier()inbern,I;nninen. 3. (mirfronu 
fjinbern(nn), nOfjnlten, (inSufjliefien (i>pn). 4. 
ucrbieten, nntcrfagen, einer ©iid)e O'inljo.It 
rijnn. 5. (iii^nel)men, nn^rd)Iiet}en , I'id) t^'r- 
bcf)iilren. Shak. 6. mit ©treifrn vm ViX- 
fd)iebener5ar6ebnrd)frenjeii. 7.[H)iimr,inf.] 
(eine ^Iber) nntcrbinbcn. 8. [ 9{cd)re.rpr. 1 
I^eninien. 9. (jiirninmengejDgcn nii3 baibi 
riitlcn (ein 'jpferb). 

To -a throw, [5Burfe(fp.] etnen 5S3iirf 
fiir iingiilHg erffnren. To - a quint, C^i; 
guctrp.] eine Guinte iWngen, ftrnfen. To - 
any one from..., (Jinetn ben Sufritt luef); 
ren jn . . . 

Barat, bar'rat, (fr.) s. [©eercd)r] 
ber llnterfd)leif , bie SBerunrreuung , f. nuc^ 
Barrator etc. 

Barb, barb. (m. barv; nrin. baro) 3. 
1. ber 93iirt (bei '5i?enrd)en unb K)ieren). 2. 
[S8ot.] bie hiinrige 23ebcrfung nmnd)cr~^tliin-. 
jen. 3. * niic^ pi. bie ^JJferbiniilnng , btx 
'$ferbe()nrnird), iiai (5)efd)irr. 4. (jufnnimen: 
gejpgcn o«5 barbary) bn^^fevb nu?bcr23er: 
berei, ber "Berber, 55nrbnr. 5. ber '2Biberl)ii: 
fen nn <J>fcilen unb 9lngeln. 6. [.3d)t()Vt)l.| 
bie 13iirbc, ber SJartpfd). 

Barb, v. a. l. t barbieren, milren. 
Shak. 2. tiiit 5S3iber()nfen perre(;en (^feilc). 
3 ? riiilen (ein$fi'rf),tiiiffd)irren,nnrc^irren. 

Barbacan, bnr'bakan, (fr. barba- 
caiie) s. I. f^ricgi'bf.] biiS 9(uf5cnu>erf , bir 
@d)nn^e, ber Xiriirfenfopf. 2. Die 2Borte, ber 
'IBiic^rttjurm. 3. bnS 9?tnii(orf> (jnm 21b(au: 
fen be* IBaffcrf). 4. bie ©c^ie^fd)iirte. 5. 
(S-iner aiii' ber 53erberei. Srak. [SBdrbabo^. 

BarbadoeK, blrba'dii/,*. [(i)ci>gr.] 

Barbadoes-alo e s. [53ot.] bie £eber: 
aloe, —-cherry, bie iuefHMbifd)e ivirfdje. 
--flower-fence, [25iit.] ber 'jpfnucn^ 
fd)n.Hiii}. --nut, bie "Brecf^nuf;. --tar, 
Per ^icrgf()eer. 

Barbarian, lirba'rcan. adi. I.bnr: 
biirifd), ri'!), nngi-firrer, ivilb. 2. ± biirbarifd), 
gmnfnni , iinmrnfd)lii1). 3. [OJeogr.] bnrb.v 
rifd), jnr S^erberei gefuTig. - *. I. T ber 
53iirbnr. 2. ± ber ^arbiir, ri'>()e, graufnine 
-Wenfd), llnmenfdj. 3. ber^JlufliiMber, 5-venibe. 
4. [(^Si'ogr.) ber23iirbnr; p'. bicXJarbnreSfen. 

Barbaric, barbar'ik, adj. ati^lmu 
Mfdi. fretnb. 

Barbarism, bar'barizm, (gr.) s. 
l.ber25arbnrii-ni, 93crifi'0 gegcn ben©prnd): 
gi-brnud). 2. bie 55(irbnrei, Unmiffenfjeit, Uw- 
bffnnnrfd)iift tnit iJiiniTen ii. SSiffenfc^aften. 
Shak. 3. bie 23iirbarel, 9fi'()f)elt inSInfef^nng 
ber ©ifren, ^ilMjeit, PJrobljeit. 4. f bie 
SPiirbiirei, (iirnufnmfeif, llnmenfdjiidjfeit. 

Barbarity, blrbar'eie, s. 1. bie 
'Sorbnrei, aj Me 9vp()(ieit, b) bie ©rniifain: 
feif, Unnipnfd}lid)fcir. 2. f ber 95iirbnri*ni, 
)8exHc^ gegen ten ©pmdjgcbmiid). 

Barbarize, bar'barlze, V. u. in 
ben 3n|lnnB ber 2)iirbiiret I'erfe^cii. - v. n. 
Bnrbnrl^nien inndien Pber begeljen. 

Barbaroii.s, bcr'barus, adj. I.bnr- 
iy<\x\\(t). rol), imgebliPer, iingerirrer, ivilb, nn^ 
miffenb , ben Kiinilen iinb 2ljii7pnfd)iifren 
frenib. 2. bnrbiirifd), granfain, iinmenfd)lidj. 



BAR 

3. [(^Jrnnim.] bnrbdrifi-fi, fprnd^roibrig. 
Barbar((U«iines.<j, bar'barusnls, 

s. f. Ba rba c i I y. 

Biirbary, bar'liaie. *. 1. [(^5ciigr.l 
bie33crbcrcl. 2. fNix'^'ferPbiiljcr, bcr-^jerbcr 

Barbate, bai 'bate, ^ adj. [55i>r.] 

Barbated, barbanid.^biirtig, iaiig» 
bel)narr. Martvx 

Barbe, barb, [^5>?i(it.] To fire in -, 
bie i^nnunen fiber Die 23rnila'el)r IjinnuS abj 
fencrn. 

Barbecue, blr'bcku, r. a. i. [in 
^Beitinb ] (ein giinjcsj @d)U'ein) bniten. i. 
[<)iLn-biim.] (irgenb ein giinje^ I(;ier) brnrrn. 

Barbecue, j. i. l^S5e|Tinb.] ein ge^ 
brntene^ giinjeg ©d>n'ein. 2. [-Rorbnui.] tin 
gebmteneS gnnje* Iljier (j. 53. Dd)5). 

Barbed, bit bed, adj. I. * gen'iiler. 
2. biirrig, jnrfig, mit 2Biber()nfen I'crfelu'n. 

Barbel, blr'bi. (fr.) ». i. [Oc^tljijoi.; 
bieiBnrbe. 2. [iljiemrj.l ber'Jroid), bieiirore. 

Barber, barbur, cu. i,u. ) ». rcr 
aSnrbier, 25nber, I 35artpii(^cr, 5S(irtfd)ecrtr. 

Barber-surgeon, — -cbirurgeon, 
ber (If)irurg u. 23nrbier. -'s basin. Mo 
iSiirbierbecfcn. — ' s c li a t e r , bie ^iB.irnis 
fliifd)e. --monger, ber ©cf)nft, Pjecf, Sur' 
ling. Shak. — 's vices. ble©d)luiTc(fd)rnni 
ben. -'« sign, bev ©il)iib einc5 'SarbicrJ. 
Proi>. -'s c b a i r, ein©r!i()l, ber fiir 'JKiepnut. 

Barber, ». «. mfircn unb frljlreu. 

J^arberry, bar'berre, s. [iSot.i bie 
33crberi()e. — tree, bie 55erberi6|Taube, bet 
58erberi(3en|1rnuit. 

Barbet, bar'bet, s. I. einea(rt2Ci"ir« 
mer. 2. eine tlirt iBogel. 3. ber ^ubcl, ^nu 
Dell)unb. 

Bard, bard, (m. bardh; tr. bard) «. 
1. ber 2.iarbe, ©linger berCFelten k. 2. ^ ber 
25nrDe, I5id)ter. Pope, [©pert ^um ©picfen. 

Bard, *. t\<\6 biinn gefdjnirrene ©rucf 

Bard, v.a jiipfen, ranfen. [gefd)irr. 

Bard, s. beri)3ferPcfd)mucf, bns^JJferbes 

Barded, ba.'ded, adj. 1. * nuggej 
fc^miirft mit bem be|len.3eug lu. 'iJJferben), 2. 
[^eralb.l ge()nrnlfi-f)t. ll;ln-ig, 23arben... 

Bardic, bar'dik, adj. \n 53arben (,e: 

Bardie, (fdjort. d i m i n. o. B a r d. 

Bardisli, bar'disb, adj ju 23arben 
gcl)i!nng, pon 55arben gefdjrieben, SBnrben... 

Bardism, bar'dizm, s. bie ^iffeu: 
fdjnft unb ^;))tarimcn ber JB.irben. [55arbiMpl). 

Bardulpli, bar'diiif. *. [^xranni*n.] 

Bare, bare, (angeif. bar, baer; fd)n>. 
u. bnn. bar) adj. 1. bar, narft, bro(j; plarr, 
faf;l. 2. mit entbli^prem $.nipte (al* 3eict)i'ii 
ber &)vm!i)t). 3. eiufnd), uuge^iert, nacfr. 

4. ^ bar, fffen, uiiurtbiTgen, pffenbar, enr.* 
becft. 5. arm, biintig. C. a((ein, r(;ne ^e» 
glettung. Shak. 7. nbgetragcn, fal)(. 8. iiacfr, 
l"d)Ied)tinit(eibunfl, 9. (mitoO entbliifjtdion). 

Upon your — word, auf.j()rblo|;e6^ort. 
The country is — of money, baS i'anb i|l 
entb(i)gt biMi ®elb, gelbarm. Webster. - of 
money, of^ue (i»flb. 

Bare-bone, ein abgejeljrter Wetifd). 
--boned, nbgejet^rt, abgemagerr. --fa- 
ced, 1. unniadfirt, inu'eriari't, mit blofeent 
(i)end)te. 2. i a) frei, uni'erl)iif(f , ofeuriid), 
fl)ne ©c^eii. b) iini'erfd)anir. --facedlv, 
ado. I. vl)ne<B(t)(u, rffen. 2. unt'crfc^amr. — 
f a c e d n e s s, bieDreli'ligfeit,llniicrfdjamrl)f i* 



F.^tp. ff,r. m. f,it. M.^. .„<?(. Fine. ff». N6, move, n6r, gSt, 61], cl6iy. Tribe, tub, ftill. t//ln, THis. 75 



BAR 

Bare- fo at, —-footed, adj. ot>. ado. tar-. 
fu#. --gnawn. gaiij nbgenagtoB. nbijemii):. 

headed, niit mi6efc(ftein Kopff, unt'e: 

Cccft. --headed II ess. Me llnbeBecf their 
(tfg ^ppfcS;. --legged, niit blofjen 55ci! 
lien. — -necked, iiiit blopeni i)incfen 
-picked, 6i6 rtiif bcn fi'nodjeii rtb!]f"»i<1t 
--ribbed, nbfl^jcljrr, alwjeinaficrt. --t.ii 
led. I. fnl)lt'(i)iv<iniig, niit einem nacften 
jpmtern. 'I. i turfri.]. 

Bar<^f (ilMilflf. abarian) e. a. 1. tai)l, 
mirft mrtd)en , entt-lijeen. 2. i (mit of) be= 
miibcii (3«n'flnB eiiur vS«i(^e). 

Hare, <• Bcr uul'cgrarete 'ipdi^, ftie^eite. 

li:tr«*'Htv (f(l)i'fr.) barefooted. 

Barely f b^rele. tidv. 1. IIActt, tatjl, 
Ue^. i. timet). •}. tirmlicf). 4. bloB, iiur. 

■l«r«ne»»»j b4re uen. f. l.DifOiilrfr 
l)eit, aMofJc. i. fit 'Jlbflcjcljrtfjeit, ■0)?.ioirfcit. 
3. Bie >}lrmutf), Diirftiiifrir. 4. fcer OJinii.jil 
an fllftMina. (nifft:, t>erd>iufriiiD. Sha 

liarriii, bar'lul, mU- '' »c>(ler jpiiuHit 

Uai'S-ain, bargin, «. i. &fe jp.iiirti, 
fiiiiif. 2. DcrSniif, Saiifi'mnifl. 3. Der>?an. 
6el, erfjnnbclte ct. uerfniifre (yeflfiitlniiD. 4. 
O Ber i>iinbe(. To make the best of u b.io 
bargain, fid) fo (]iit ivie iiiooltdj nue itiuiii 
(•(^liminrn 5pnnbel jiUji-ii. a. « &*' Si'" 

To strike, lomakc, to buy a -, eineii iliiut 
fd^lieOrn. Bargain and sale, 19<e(f)terpr.j 
ber .Rrtiifofrtriio, wPburd? bcr aSiTf.uifVr bni. 
JJnufer boa uerfnufte I'n'iD iibitaibt imr tat 
fur Wfionhr Ifitlct. Ti» a -, es |Vi Mniii, 
e£ bleibt babct. Into the -, in bin i\.;iii, 
kben brein. To sell one a good -, G-iiuiii (S^t 
toM n)ol)lfeil uerfnufen. To kell -», e .3i*tcii 
reiMeii. 

I'roo. A good- i« a pick-pur»e, iviH)!: 
feilet Aniif Ifcrt niirf) ben aiemeJ ; wer 
i»pt)lfei( fniift, fniift i^lfdjt. A - !• a -, 
filaiif nlKniif. To Hell one a -, (S-inein eiiuM 
biniien i>tmili<prmii(f)en, cinen Streitt) iVirlcii, 
(fineii brrriigtn. 

B a r g a i n ■ ni a k e r , ber ^liflcr. 

Bargain, v. n. I. I^onbiln, eiiien 
^nnbfl Ob. 0)erd)iiffe nind)en. 2. (for, mii, 
niif (*tii'tU>), banbeln, fcilirtjen ((j-tionS). 

Barfiraiii, v. a. (and) mit away) oen 
fiiiifcM, iHTii.iiiCi'lii. IfiT, bie .Uiiiif'ermii. 

Bart^'HiiK^O) liiit-imice'. «. bi-r.uou: 

Barf^ainer, bai'sinniir. *. berSUir: 
f(iutVr, i5iTf)iiiibier, bie iBerfnuiVriiin. 

Barfj^aiiiing- , lOertl.) dispu- 
tin ■.: ; ba 1 1 1 i ng. 

Bars'*?, Uaije. (it. bare) *. I. ['OJiiir.j 
bn« eiiiirrfjiff, euilbi>i>t, bie Xwxti. -2. 
bn6 J?id)terrrf)ifT, efid)ferrri)iif, ber ei<t)rer. 3. 
tA6 5brot ber Seei'tniifre iinb ^eaiiiren. 

Barge-couple, (■^Irdjir.) bcr GiiiT- 
bolfen. --course, (Diic1)bo(f.J Per il)cii 
etne« 3ie<]firiid)ei', ber iiber beiiipiniprbiilfiii 
l;<»v'«ilc(u (luM (>)iebribiitf)iTni. 

Bar(;-eiiian, baije'man ^«. bertyuh: 

Bar((<'r, ij^ijiir. ^ rer rim-r 

aJarft, •■biH'tof lU'dK . £ct)iff<T- 

BarK-criiiatifer, barje'ma.siiir, s. 
ber G-i(iiiiri)iimer eiiier iUiirfe, 95iH>r«rigen.- 
ttjiiirifr , >£d)iffir , ber £i>l)nrcl)iifer. 

Barilla, baril'ia,^. I. eiiic ')3i1nn;e, 
roi'Mufi bie iViiMird)e eofa beriiret luirb. i. 
tie r»)iiiiird)e ©I'bii dVlbfti. [iiencuVii. 

Bar-iron^ bar-iura, «. iai %um-, 



BAR 



BAR 

Baritone, r. Barytone. 

Barium, bar'lum, ». [Sljctn.] bnS 
•Bnriiim. 

Bark, bark, (bi^n. bark; fd)ii). barck) 
<. (33ot.] a) bie i^orfe, Diinbe. b) (uorjiigS; 
meife) bie Gljinarinbe. 

Bark-bared, abgefdjnlt , abgeborft. 
-bound, bicfrinbig, niit feiler Sorte, nii^r 
lcid)t nbjuborten. --galled, mir befc^d; 
bigier SBorfe. 

Bark, r. «. 1. nbborfen, nbrinben, 
abfdjnlen , fdjnlen. 2. mit 25i>rfe bebcrfen, ia 
iJi'rfe einfd)iic^en. 

Bark, > (ir. bare; riifT- bar- 

Barque, birk,^ ka; fr. barque; s. 
i'Bfnr. , bi.- ii5iirfe. [fctiff 

Water b a r V , tin ^DflonbifdjeS aSiiffer 

Bark, (onoelf. beorcnn, byrcauj t>. ii 
I. beden, tliiffen (uon ^unben. 2. (mit at^ 
•u (fincn onbeUcn. b) idmienb, feifenb I'erfol 
flcn(Oenmnbj, oerft^reicn, Inilcrn, ic^mnljeii. 

Proo. Barking dogs bite not, llid)t 
>i(le >punbe bcipcn, iveK^e beden. 

Barken, n'c^ott.) encrust. 

Barker, bar'kiir, «. 1. ber SJeflec, 
nnfinnige Sc^reier, gdjniiiijtr. 2. Oemnnb, 
Per 95hume nbborft, ber ilbborfer, »ilU|'d)iiicr 
I. 1 ber L'eiirerdjtnbcr. (QJebell, f. Bark. 

Barking-, barking, K. t><\i 33eUeii, 

Barkit, (|M)ott.) tanned. 

Barky, bai'ki, adj. 1. <iud %orfe, 
3?inbe be|lei)enb. 2. 3{tnbe, 25i)rfe entljnltenb, 
niibig , t'lrfig. Shas.. 

Barla fujnuiil,> (fd^utt.) an *x 

Barley) 3 clamation 

f o r a t ruce by on e who lia* fulleii 
down in wrestling or play. 

Barley, blr'le, dltigeir. bere; ivnl. 
barlys) t, 1. bie QJerjle. 2. pi. (OJJnr.J bie 
Serbecf : iengebnifen, Derfbiilfen. 

Peeled -, yefdjiiUe (i>cr|le, (iJerilengrnupeii. 

Barley-brake pb. —-break, (cin 
innblid;e6 ©pieO ber iilerntetan}. -broth, 
o iltirfe^ ibier, ber 03friteii|'tift. ^jhakspkare. 
-bread, ti\6 Cycrileiibrob. -corn, bil6 
Okriteiifcrii. — mow, bie fiJi'r(lenid)iuiib, 
(i)er|liiimal}b, ber.Crt fiir tiiigciiriitete 0)er; 
ilcngnrbcn. --sugar, ber Wcrilenjiicfcr. 
-.wHter, ber 0)erilciirrnnf, bn3 Werilen- 
luiifier, ber cyrritnireim. I55drine, ipcfen. 

Barm, banu, (angt'lf. beumi) a. bie 

Bar - mawter, bar'- uiastiir, <. 
[~3)iin.l ber G-rjnu'iTtr. 

Barmy, bar'mi, udj. i)eitg. Shak. 
iJai iiiie, (fc^rtr.) ijefig. 

Barn, barn, uingelf. berern) a.l. bie 
£d)ciine, *Sd)fiicr. 2. [OJorbam.] a> bie 
vadjeiine, ii. b; bie (Stndnng, ber Srad. 

Barndoor, bilo £d)euiirl;or. --floor, 
eine lenne, Drefdjtenrie. A parson's barn. 
bie ®d)i'iine cini'5 <J3rebiger«; i bie llncrriuf! 

Barn, v. a. eiiird)eueru. [lidjfeic. 

Bariiaby, bar'uabe, s. [-)>iann£it.] 
iiiiriiiiiMi'. 

Barnacle, bar'naki, (fr.) «. l. 
[Criiitl).-! tie2)iuimgrtn!), 9i\ul;giiM!5. 2. liJ?rt;j ber 3i)liiiOi'r, bai QMjm't <j. SB. - of a 
tiirg.J bie eiircnmiirdjel. 3. pt. a) I>puf»|gun, ber tjliiirenlniif :c. ). 4. (IKjnn.J bie 
l"d)miebei bie ^rciiuV. b) bie 2>ride. iroinmel (eiueriiird)eniil)r), bn6 5eberf)0H5, 

Barne, bam, (nlrPeiii.M.tbiieSiiib. gebergil^miiV. 5. (>iiniu.| bie IriMumel (im 

Barns -lireaking-, (rd)iHt.) idle: Oijre), Ot;rrrommel. 
fro I It. A large -, ein ©rfufiiifj, (Mie tonne. 

Barolite, barolite, t. l&eoU] ben Thundering -, bai HixMOiaO «iiif eineni 



©^merfpatf), bie foljlenfaitre ©djnjcrerbe. 

Barometer, baioin'metur, (gr.) «. 
[$I)i)f.] bnS ^jS3etterg(a5, Saronicter. 

Barometrical, barumet'trekal, 
adj. fcnn.MUCtrifd). - adv. B.irome t'ri- 
ca lly , bnronietrifd). 

Baron, bar'run, (fr.) «. l.iiriVriingf. 
ber (Jcelninnn (iiberl;.). 2. [6-ngl.] ber 23as 
ron, 5reif)crr. 3. [i){ed)ti5rpr.] ber (fijeinnnn, 
J. ». - and feme, ber (5-[)el;err ii. bie (S-(;efraii. 

The lord chief-, [Q'UQt.] bcrl'orb Dbcr« 
rid)ter bei ber ®(f)a0fnmnier. - by writ pb. 
by creation , ber nite SJnron. - by letters 
patent, ber SflnniensJbaroii. - of the exche- 
quer, [G-ngl.J ber Kid^rer bei ber S(f)a<;. 
fnmmer. - by tenure, ber I'eljen^'boron. 

A - of beef, bie jipei ajorberpiertel eineS 
Ddjfen unjertljeilt. 

Baronag-e, bar'runidje, *. 1. 
i©iig(.] bie (J)c|"anmitl)eit ber a3nrBnen ober 
>4>nir6 , bie 93arone u. "JlJairS. 2. bie 5rei« 
herrnmiirbe, !Brtrpn«im"irbe. 3. bie Snrunie, 
,5reil)errr(^nft. 4. bie 5rci(;errn|Teiier. 

Baroness, bar'runes, «. bie Sn. 
rfninn, 2?arone(Te, 5-reifrau. [95nronct. 

Baronet, bar'runet, *. [(?ng(.] ber 

Baronial, baro'neal, adj. ju einetn 
■Snron gel^ijrig, I'reifjcrrlitf). 

Barony, bar'nine. t. tie SBnronie, 
Jreiljerrfctnft ; 33nn)n«ii)iirbe. 

Baroscope, bar'roskope, (gr.) a. 
1 ^1)1)1". 1 ber ©d)iueremc()'er, iia6 23nri)i5fop. 

BaroscopiC, baroskop'lk, adj. 
biiroffopifd). [ [-)J?inern(g.J ber 23iirorerentt. 

Baro.<eIenite, barosel'cnite, *, 

Barra, bar'ra. *. [@pnn. n. ^l^ott.] 
(ein gropes -)}iii(j [Yir Zud}) bie SBnrre. 

Barracatla, barraka-da, a. etne 
'Mrt gird)e. (ber aSerfnn (3eug). 

Barracan, bar'iakan, s. [^nbufl.] 

B a r r a c a 11 - 111 a k e r , ber SBerf anipeber. 

Barrace, (fdjott.; bounds; iists< 

for combatants. 

Barrack, bar'rak, (fr., fp.) a. 1. 
[•OKilit.] tie ^i5arM(fe, geibljiitte. 2. [©pnn.J 
bie gif(^erl)iitre. 3. pi (-Wfiut.) bieliaferne. 

Barrack-master, ['DJJilit.] ber Slllf. 
l"el)cr ber Xjnrarfcn. cjirt gifdje. 

Barracuda, barraku'da, a. eine 

Barrator, bar'iaiur, (iM., i'(>inbinnu. 
baraita) a. 1. ber i'infcr, i>iinbelmari)er, 
>>ln|lifter pon 9fcd)r6l)iiiibelii, 'iJJrojegilifter. 
2. t(3«l)mibclj ber Sd>ifT5fiipiran , lueldjct 
jnm 'Diad)tl)ei(e be« 9{lu'bir6 fid) tlnterfc^lcif 
Ob. aSernntreuung }n ©rijuibea foramen Idjli. 

Barratrous, barratriis, adj. be: 

rrfigevifd). 

Barratry, bar'ratrc, *. 1. bits ?pro» 
jefiiliften. 2. [iSeeljanbel] ber Unterfc^leif, 
bie 93enintreiiiiiig (eine6 ©djiffSfapitdn^ lo. 

Barrel, bar'ril, <fr. baril) *. 1. bilS 
gafj, bie lonne. 2. (ber OkijdU cinee JiiffeS 
obcr ciner lonno bie ionne, bti^ijiifl cOWng 
fiir gliiiTigfeiren, 93ntter, ■'»?el)I, (Jleifd)). 3. 
5 crioiiSlMiujes n.>>ol;ic^, bie ipi'>l)le, SEiilje, 



76 Fatp, far. fall, fat. Me. mk. Finp, fin. M. move. n5r, e;oL oil. clori.l. Ti'ilie. inh. fnll t//in. Trii<«. 



BAR 

5>rariber. Barrel of a drum, bet InMiimet: 
fillteil. The — of a spring - steelyard . 
[-))fecf)ati.] Snegeterfieljaufe nn cincrSc()!ien! 
iviifle. The - of a jack. 6ic iStriiftUiilje flii 
eiiiem 23ratenlucn^el•. [ker, fcr '5at^t'in^cr. 

Barrel-bellied, birt6iiltrf)ia ; - - in a - 

Barrel, »■ a. l. in eiti ^a^ tfjiin, 
porfeii pB. fi'itlcn. 2. in dnjiig t()un u. ein: 
foljcii (9{inbfreirrf) ob. ^i\A}C). 

To-upsleep, o nnrf)§fr}eii6tii|T|WnfEn. 

Barren, bar'ren, (U. bare) adj. I. 

iinfnid)H'ar (oon lljicrcn, ^ffiU'jen ii. ihmi 
bcr Grbc) ; 2. iinfruff^tbiir, nirf)t bie (ifl)W'Oe 
9}ifn<ie Jific^te tmgcnb d'nn $(lnnien). 3. 
± iinfriid)tbac , arm , biirfttfi (luni &iUau"ir; 
(en). 4. iinfrud)t6or, trocfeii, bi'irrc. 5. uti: 
fnid)t6ar, uniuit), Innniwnlin (iHmfflebnnfen). 
6. iinbebeiitcnb, aOncfrf)i"ocft, riiifnltin, albnn, 
tri'ii'ielig. Shak. 7. iinfnicfjttnr, nicfjt erfjii; 
berifrf), otjne ©c^nrffinn. 

Barren, «. l. ber unfnirf)t&nri! Strirf) 
s?nnbe5. 2. ['TTorbnm.] fin iinniifieOnutcr 
SniTbflricf)(nC'flcrel)en i>on betTengruc^tbnrfeit), 

Barrenly, bar'renle, ado. tUU 
fnid)tlJ<ir. 

Barrenness, bar'rlnnls, ». bic 
llninicf)tbnrfeit (ber ©rbe, ber Ihiere). 2. 
bic l'.nfriicf)t('Arfeit, Siirre. 3. bie Unfnirf)t; 
forfeit , Oieiile^nrmiitt). 4. bie llnfiniditbnr; 
fi'it, 9lernilid)fcit, iJiirftiflfeir (eine6©toffei). 
5. lZ()cr(.j bieUnfrud)t('arfeit (berSlnbat^t); 
^n^tfenljeit be^ ©eniiitfjcS. 

Barren-tvort , bar'rlnwurt, 4. 
.551H.1 bie ^iird)L>f!5mii(je. [&efrf)>v)erlirf). 

Barrriil, bar'ful. adj. milhfani, 

Barricatle, barekade',. (fr. IS.) « 
1. [-Kili:.] bie iinrrifnbe, \!I5ii(ien(nirn. - of 
trees, ber 93lt()iiii. 2. bie ©pcminfl, 25rr: 
ramiiniiig; ber Sd)In(i(mimi. 3. i t^ni- S;}'m-- 
bernij}. 4. |S))fnr.] bic ©d)iin5iicrflfibunn. 

Barricade, barick.ide', v. a. 1. 
(cineniOeii) fpcrrcn, iierMiiinifn. 2. [>Wiltt.l 
iicrf'nrrifdbircii ; biird) eine 25i'rrd)nn}iiii(i 
oeriperren, uerfd^iinsen. 3. i a) fperren, lieiii: 
men. b) nt'l)alren, l)iubcrn. [cade. 

Barricado, b'ancka'do. f. Barri- 

Barrier, bar'reur,(fr.)l.[5efliinn?&.] 
a) bie25errd)aii,iiiiifi,58cfe|li(iiiii(i, b<\6 Watter, 
bcr©d)lii<it'nimi. b) ber 95erf()fibiniin(i?mflfl. 
c) bic 5ettiiii(i, (5ireiijff|1iiiin, 5t"ltii"<li-''i"'rfe 
niif ber Sniibe^iireiue. 2. bic aiifflrenjiinn, 
0)reujen (cineiS Drrci-). 3. bic €d)Mnfcn 
(einci' iiiriiirrpia(;Ci-). 4. i a) bie©d)ii(3ioe(ir, 
©'d)ufititiiiicr, 25oriiiniicr , bnc- "Sofliuerf. b) 
bii^ *;>iiibfrni|!, ber (?iiil)nir, bie Wrenje. 

Barrister, bar'ii.srur, (l<. bar) s 
ber i!(iiu>nit, ^!lboofnf. 

To follow the business of n— . fnd)ivn!ten. 

Barrett', bar'rA, (rtmirir. berewe) 
*. 1. bie 33'i()rc, Iracie. 2. ISnliiw.) bni- 
? orb I'm 2Ceibcngeflec^t jimi irprfiicn be^ 
©olj'eS. 

tt an d-b arrow, bieira^lfcdljre. "'' h e e \ 
-, ber ©d)uOfiirrcii. --bunter, ber S.(\r-. 
renfd)ie6er. 

Barro^v-train, (fA^ctt) shaft 

of a wheelbarrow. 

BarrO^V, (nilfieir. berga. beorglO «. 
brf 5iDrg. i'fn'd)iiifreiie G-t'er. 

Barrou -grease. bn# ©(^mfillferr. 
- .hog. ^or I'errdiiiirteiie (S-tn-r. 

Barro^%', (angeif. beara, bearewe) 



KAS 

s bebeiitet in Drti-nntiicn ein Sf»h, cinen 
.^piiin. \l)n<\(l (berSSorjeir), piiS ipiinenflrnt'. 

Barroiv, (niiijeir beorg) * berOJriU'; 

Bar.<ie, bars. s. [Od)rI)i)i>i.] berSnrrd). 

Bar.<ilUot, bar'shoi. (.bar II. shot) s. 
["TOilif.] bic ©tanncnfiinel. [mciiie ©ralil. 

Bar-s<eel, bli'-steel. s. ber (\t: 

Barter, bar'tur. (fp. baratar) v.h. 
[$(iiibc(l t(iiifd)f)aiibc( trciben. 

Barter, v. a. i. faiifd)en, I'crtnii! 
fd)en; iinitnufd^cn (Karten im ©picl ). 2. 
To-aw.iy. ncrfd)teubfrn (bieSeit, ffhre 20 

Barter, *. l. ber l:nufd)()nnbel, 
Inufd). 2. (jiiiu.) bic i>crtniifd)re ©of^e, ber 
Zniifd). Ifdjcr, I(iufd)hnnblcr. 

Barterer, bar'turur, *. ber 'Jnii' 

Bartering-, bar'turlng, t. ber 
Iniifrf), tniird)()nnbel. 

Bartery, blr'ture, *. + ber'Sntifd), 
Iaii!'d)()nnbet, Slinrntto. fjc. filrjiinnc Kiicrc. 

Bartli, birth, s. ber mnnitc ^errd)liin 

Bartholomew^', bait/iol'omu, s. 
33ort()r(LMnmi« rg?nmc). - -fair. (SinibiMii 
ber 'Barftji'dMnnii^mnrft in ©tiiithfiielb. 

Bartizan, (fd)Ptf.) [gciliiiigSb.] 

battlement. 

Barton, bar'tn, (nnneff. bere-toni 
«. 1. bie freienOniibercieii eiiie5$>errenniite^. 
2.brt§.'pprrfd)nft«()nii«„^perrfnf)nii6. 3. (jum.) 
bie '•)lii(;en<ic6mibe. [^Serrtnni. 

Bartrain, bar'tram, «. rSotl ber 

Barway.s, blr'waze, ndr. in Cluer> 
fiiitcn, qiienveife. [f. Periwig. 

Barwig-, bar'w'g, *. f bic^erri'irfe. 

BarWVOod, bar'wud, s. [SlH.] 

bn5 nfrifniiifdje 9?i.'tMicli. 

BaryKtrontianite, *. ["Winet 

rnfn 1 ber 'SnnxTriMitirtnif. 

Baryta, baii'd. \ . [(Them.] bie 
Baryte, bar' it, 5 ©(^i«ererbe, ber 

©diu'enViUh. 



Barytic, b; 



;k . adj. jur ©corner: 



crbe (ledorig, ©rfiivererbe entf)n(tPiib , aii# 
©dttvererbe nebilbef. fber ?.Vin)ttv(Fii(cit. 

Baryto-cal'cite, *. [-Winernlii.l 

Barytone, bar'ctone. *. 1. [^Wiif.] 
ber ho()e *5nf5, ^nritiMi. 2.i05ried). 05riinim.] 
bn« 33er(nitii T^nrDtoinim. - nrfy. I. f'Wiif.l 
sum f)Phen ^nfi (lehLTig. 2. [Wried).Wriiiinn.l 
nnf ber (e(Ucn ©ilt'c ('ctonf. ["Ji.u-ijiini 

Baryiiin, bar'ei'im. .«. [Cfliem.l biu' 

Bamal, b.Vsai. adj. fCnicni.] bflfifd). 

Basalt, bazaif. *. [Weill.] Bfr-'Pnf.Kt, 
©aulenftein. fT^nuirt... 

Basaltic, bazBl'tik. ndj. (nifairii-f) 

Basaltiforin, ba/El'tef^nn , ndj. 
Onfiilrun-niin. 

Basaitine, ba/.al't'n. *. [Wert.] a> 
bic 6nialri|'d)f .'OPrnHrnbc. b) ^if 5^ni"iiIriViiili'. 

Basanite, baz'an'te. *. [Oyfiitcriitii] 
ber T^nlfileiii, <J.^n1t'ierl'^ein. 

Base, bAse, cfr. ^. has) ndj. 1. - 
; niebrig, niebcr. 2. nirbrin, fleniein, (lerin.ie 
(iHMi©nd)en). 3. niebrii], neriii<i,r()iie9faniiii. 
^SJilrbe auMi 'iperfiMien). 4. nirbrin, tn(\\)fr-- 
\\(\, neniein, uniufirbin, flein, fd)iiiii(5ln. 
nieberrriid)fi<l (wn mefinniinn). 5. nirbrin, 
nrriiici. iiiiebft, uierrf)rL>s,(icriiinl}>Tf'<l' nnadjr, 
iMiled)t U>iMi -Wetnfleii). 6. tief (ihmi ionrii). 
7. iiiebriii , nieber; iiiiehelid) (lu'ii Wrbiirr). 
SnAR. 8. iiiebrin, i'rriid)riid), nidtr rijrcnuefl. 
9. IScubair.J iinnPfUd), biirflerlic^. 



BAS 

Base coin, 1. I'djleditc?, nerinn()nftl(]c«, 
fnlfc^eS 05elb. 2. bie ©d)eibemiinje. - court, 
t ber Sp^l Shak. 

Base-born, 1. uiicl)e(id) ne6i>rcn. 2. 
unebel, nid)t nBctic^. 3. niebrin, flering, (je. 
tnein. - -court, 1. ber ipinter(;L'f, SBiefy 
fjL'f, ?J5iid)terf)of. 2. bag lliiternerid)t. 

- -estate. 1. bnfi niebrigc ^perfpnimen, 
ber niebrigc ©tnnb. 2. bfi6 a3ouern(int. 
--knot-grass. [Sot.] ber 51i3cgctrirt. 

- -minded, niebrin (icfinnt. in i n - 

dedness, bic nicbrigc ©efinnunn. - • 
string, [93tuf. ] bie nirbrigtlc grpte. 
Shak. - -tenure, bai SSnucrnflnf. 
--viol, I. bie aSnggcige, bn5 aSiolbn^ 2. 
bie >)lltncine, SSrntfc^e. 

Base, (gr.) *. I. ber 03riinb, bie 
05runblnge (cincg ^aiifeS); ber Sjoten; JJiig, 
bn« ^pflnnient, Juggeileri, ^Mebeiliit (uon 
©lintenK.). 2. 1 bie 5?anpt|Tii(;e, ber fflrunb* 
Pfeiler. 3. [9lrd)it.l bie iini'ig, WrimbfTfldte 
(cineS ?J3fei(er6). 4. [Jeitiing^-b.l bie iHn^ere 
©cite einc6 'Spolijgon^. 5. |3Irtif(.] bic fc^re 
^Inffe beS fd)mcren ®erri)iii;e5. 6. ber ()ernb» 
()nngenbc ll^eil beg ,3ierr<ith?, ,5. 53. bie (\tt 
ilicftcn ©d)ilrjen ber ilfitfer; bie Jliciiifdjie* 
nen, Scinfleiber ber Oi^irrer. Shak. 7. ^ie 
■^"^(ifiS, P)ninbfr('id)e, ber ('reitere Jljcil (eine« 
^egc(5). 8. ber ^(0(3 eiiirr Dfrnn: obet 
©tcd)6nf)n, uon \w <\\\& M& iiirnier beginnt. 
9. ein filteS ©pic( ber SPaiiern. Shak. 10. 
f93?ur.] a) bcrSng; bie 33nr;|liiiinie. b) f bie 
iynfirnifc. c) T h o r o n g h - -, ber Oenernl&ne-, 
Counter — , ber ^onterOii|5. 11. [©com.] 
bic (55runb(inic. 12. fCFliem.] bie ^nfe. 

The - of a bed, ber (Jufjfrrtiij te^^tttti. 
To bid a -, biirrf) )"(f)nc(Ie5 «aufcn jum 
iSerfptgen nuffi'^rbern. 

Base, I'. «. I. t (nurf) i) iierrtngcru, 
iicrfa(fd)cn , geringrjnlriger mndjcn (Wetnfle 
;r.); I)pr<i&fe^cn. 2. griiiiben, begriinben, bie 
Wriinbdige tcgeii (uon On'Omibeii to. 3. 
[-Wiif.] mit bcin 93iif5 bcgleiten (mid) f). 

Baseless, base'ics, udj. griinbli^d 
(mid) ±). Shak. 

Basely, bise'lc, adv. I. nifbrig, 
gcring, iiicbcrtriid)tig , eljrliu", gi-mein. 2. 
i"d)led)t, geriiigl)nlrig, falfd). 3. unred)rniiii5ig ; 
ii!ie()clid). 

Basement, basc'ment. .s. I'iixt^t.] 
ber ©riinb, luiTmif bie ©miiciircil)e beS 
.'omiprilortcS rul)et, bns 5""batiicnt, bie 
(^)riinb(ngc. 

Bas(>ness, bAse'nes. *. 1. Me 
?fiiebrigfeit, Uiiii'iirbigfcir, Sri)led)rigPcit, &)t: 
nifiiiljeit, \)'iieberrrnd)rigfcit. 2. bie (i!cring« 
liiiltigfcit (lUMi •'OTctrtfleiD. 3. bic 5iicbrinfeir 
^(i ©tnnbc5, ber fflebiirt; bie une()eliii e (?3e» 
(nirt. 4. [-Wuf.) bie iiefc. 

Ba.senet, base'net, s. ber SptUw. 

BaserOCket, bise'rnkkit. «. [-Biit.J 
bie iirofie itlettc. (rdinnicn. Spenser. 

Basil, bash, ( l)e(<r. bosh )-».». ftd) 

Basiiawv, bashaw', ( nr. basha; 
pirf. pasha) t. 1. [Iilrfei) ber 55nff(i, 
-TSduljn. 2. 1 ber ^nrd)n, tlrlic, fpninnifdje 
-Wrii fd). 

Baslirili, bashMuI, ndj. 1. l<rr> 
i"d)iimr, fd)<iinl)iifr. 2. i"d)eii, fd)iidnerit, bl5be 
3. ©d)mn erregenb. -adv. Bash'fnlly, 
uerfdjiinit, fd)eii if. 

BatfliruineifN, ba^h iulnea, «. I. 



FAtp, far, fnll, fat. ^U. mk. Fiiip. fin. N*. movp. n^r. ^M. 6il, cMd. TAbe. fnh, fuU. t//in, THis. 77 



1]AS 

bit u(»ctnia6i(je 95ef(f)eiben^eit, ©4>nntOnfti<i5 

fcit. 2. 6k 5)l6Diijfeit, ©ct)ud>ternf)eit , 25er: 

fc<>iu"tl}i'it. 

ISaiNllleKMf bash'les, ad;. fcf)am(od. 
. Dn!«il) ba/'il, 4. [lec^noL j Die 'S<i)Ta<\t, 

©cljrc ^l>fi iird)lern). [fd>r<ige jufcftleifen. 
Btvtilf »• a. [Icd)tiof.j nbfitraiicn, 
Hai^il, lu. fr.) *• [»ot.] 6n6 Safilil 

f iim, Boillif nfraiit ; » t o n e - b a » i I , btr if)p> 

miati. -weed, &ii« n'Il^e aiaiHienfriiiit. 

1. [WfOflr.] ^ynffl. 3. 5>(iriliu« (^JJame). 4. 

«\ud> b;t»an) Mi ©(fcilfli'tet. 

ItHMilar, bai'ilar. I s. [^Unnt.l 
Bawilaryt baz'ilaie. ^— bonen. 5Jo: 

bfii: Ob. 0)riinM>eine. - artery, bie ^irn 

BANilic, baz'iilik, (gr.) «• 1. el^r 



iiinld ein Pkric^tfiljef, wo «Jur|1cn u. i)iict>tfr bt'oieitru. Shak. 2. ». «. litffiiiiacn.l'rummL'ii 



naKilic, baz'illik, ) 

BiMilical, baAiI'likal, ^[>U 



ju Q>Hvid)te |ii|)cn, bnljrr: 2. bie ^irc^e, ^rt 
pedtr, S>iiiiptfir(()e, bet fDiiifll. SPadafl. 
Bawilic, (u. ba«iU «• ['Mat.] bie Se 

bernitlinb'^ 

adj. 

[•llnnMbic 
Ccberiiiiljnbtr bctreffitib. 2. roie eine i>iiupt-. 
firct^e Db. ivie ein ^aflafl. 3. jur SECanniiM 
(ber Biisilic.-t nux) (]ef)&rin- 

BnNilicon, baul'ikon, (gr.) <• 

[^hrti""') t'f fioiiifl^fii"''- 

BaKilisk, baz'iluk, «. I. ber ^<i\i- 
Wit (fabrlljafte ®(tj(ann<>. 2. [-Jlrtid.j bt-r 
SSauli^f <fin (iJefdjiiij uon f(f)iuercm iiiiliben. 

Basin, ba'*ii, (fr. bnii«iii; arm. b.K;- 
zin ; ir. baUiii) «. I. bo* iSfcfcil, ^le iSdj.ilf. 
2. [i>i)br.l tn6 35erfeii, ber Ifid), "TSJiifT^rbr^ 
i)huet. 3. [OJTnr.] bn« 25erfen, ber <S(t)iff* = 
plii9, bie iorte; bie freiiie SSiidjt. 4. [(»lii«! 
frfjicif.l bie 8d>(EifTit)'il«- 5. [i>iitmnd).| bnt 
©rcifVrHerf), 5ilibled>. 6. [-Jliuit.] bnd^crfeii. 
7. (i^anbel] bie Scfjnle (eiiier 2Diiflr), "Siaa- 
fdtale. 8. (3u6. ©ei't^.) tai 93etfen jiim 
SJini'djen ber ^yricfter (im tnbernnfel). 

Basined, bi'dnd, adj. in 93c(fen 
etniie''(^Ii>iTeii. 

ilaMiN,bA'*iii,(()r.)«. pf. b a* e • , (f.base) 
1. ber 0)riinb, bif OirimbfTflif^e, iBnfiS (einer 
gniilc, eine« (iJebniibc6) ; ber ffug, Snufen> 
filial, tai iju^flcflefl (einrr ©fiute); bns 
JJiinbnnifnt. 2.i ber Wriinbpfeiler, bie^oupt' 
ftii^e, ®runb)iri(je, ©riinblafle, ber P3runb. 
\ ((Ff)en«.] bie Safe, ©riinblage. 

Ba.«(k, bask, (irt. basgHlno r. n. I. 
prt; ii'.irineii, (id) fonnen. 2. 1 fc^ iVniieii 
(in foiiifll. (Miiabe). [erwiirmen, brlebeii. 

BuMlt, i>. a. 1. tviirmen, fonnin. 2. f 

Baftket, bas'kit, (iv. but^rd ct>. 

hnx'^nviil; ir. bascaid) t. I. blTitort'. 2. biT 

Jvorb, fiorbi-oft. 3. ['OJiilir.l ber Srt)>iiijfiH-t'. 

To po iiiio the -, [5piiI)ncnfamptV| iiiil)i 
ben iinujiii S^errnn ber 'lyi-rte iM.ir crli'iK"- 

BiiskeJ-fish, [3rf)rljt)i'l.l fine -Jlrt 
Sfeilcrn. - pb. - -hilt. ('Jfiii1nifiit.| biu- 
ficrl'nrfiif), ber Siibelfi^rb. - -liilted. iiiir 
cineni .UivbgrfviiTe I'rriVIjrn. --maker, ber 
RL'rf''iifl(f)i'r. - -III ak cr's-beii c li. biU- 
JJprbmad)rrillililtf)fM. - -iiinker'« loose 
work, bie au'itliiiiftii (\i-Ho(t)Jfue ki-rl^nuv- 
djiTiirboir. - - m a k i n r . biif iU'rl'niad)iMi. 
--salt, ba5 GMffir.lIi. -- trade, bor 
RorbljilMM. - woman. I. bif JniaiTiiKi 
uiif 'nr.irfrpii u.). 2. bir Ki>rb!MiKl)rriiiii. 

Baitket) e. a. in rinen Unt U'ljen. 



J] -AS 

Ba.skin^-Kliark,!<aY'king-)«hark, 
*. [3d)ri)i)iii. I beroDnuenniM) (ber 3rliinriT). 

Baslard, bas'iaid, (neiiliu.) 5 bad 
furje iSitii'frr, Der i)oli1)» IbaSfifc^. 

Ba^qiiiKlt, ba^'kUii. adj. H''Hi>(\r.\ 

Ba.«Si, bas, (pl)nc-;j5liir.) 3. [3rt):l;i)oi.] 
ber Sccbarrt, Sanfrr, Si'ctH>r5. 
^ BawA, t. 1. bie I'inbe, berl.'inbenbaun), 
(au(t) bass, wood) ber 'linil. 2. - c>b. — - 
mat, bie ■iDfatte (in Hitctjen banuif ju 
fiiienv [tief. 

BasR, bise, ». [•TOiif.l brrSSafj. - udj. 

B.1XS of ail organ, bad ^il)narnucrt 
einer Oriiel. - -Hiring, bie ibajiiaitr. - - 
viol, bie ■i5ii&geige. 

Bans, e. a. 1. im fdafi erf&nen (affen, 
im bnnipfrn lone uerfiinben, tief brijl)nenb 



BaKsetf i«as'set, (fr. I *. ba6 syajTctipiel 

Ba-SNet, V. n. aufiuarts, nad) oben 
(ji'^en (i>DuiuM)lcnabern inottinfoljlenijrnben). 

Banseting*, bas'seiin^, *. lKL<t)leil: 
grubeni bag "Jlufu'iirr^gchen einer JKoljlenabcr. 

Basxuck, bas'iiok, s. bie 0}?aite (f. 
Bass). [ini ijagotr. 

Bassoon, bLssuon', (fr.) « l.^))fur. 1 

Bassoonist, bassuun'itt, «. brr 
Jagi'triil. 

JBass-relieff, basreUei''.<. (Silbf).! 
bie IjalB : ober jlac^erljabene •llrbfit , ^<\6 
ibadrelief. [2. iai .-yartteii. 

Bast, bast, (ban. bnKt) «. 1. bt-r '^a|1- 

Biksta, (n.)Merj a i\i geiiiig: Shak. 

BiiStard, baatard, (arm. ba^iard; 
ir. basdard; iv. baittarx) «. 1. taS nnttirli(f}e 
ilinb, ber iyailarb, 2)anfert. 2. l enuas 
llnat^teS, 25irfali"ct)te4. 3. f rin infier fpani; 
fcf)er l^ein. Suak. 4. [OJfar.J tai -))?itrel: 
I'egel (einer (Saieere). 3. [^Irtill.] bie Satarbe, 
b<\6 0)rirtelger(t)ny. 

Bastard, adj. 1. unel)clicf>. 2. i un= 
a(t)t, i>erbi)rben, gering, i>nfairrf)t, rrngerifcf), 
nadjgemac^t, \nh'(i). 

Bastard child, ber Sajlarb. - paper, 
geringee 'ipapier. -parsley, li5ot.) berftlet: 
tenferbcl. - rocket, [25pr.] ber ijarbcnuan. 
- saffron, [53ot.] biT 2aifior. 

Bastar*t, ». «. ber nncf)riicf)cn We- 
bnrt libcrfi'iljren , jn eincn '^ailnrb niacijeii. 

Bastardisill, bas'rardijim. «. bie 
!Ba|larbr(f).i|'r , ber 3ii|1'i"b finrfi iiailr.rbi*. 

Ba.««tardixe, bas tardue, v. a. I. 
ber Mncl;clirt)cn (ycbiirr ilbrrfui;rcn. 2. anfjcv 
ber (Flje jcngen. Siuk. 3. i I'rrberben ; i'rr= 
falidjen. [eljdid). 2. i unad)r. 

Bastardly, bas'iardic. ndo I. an; 

Bastakrdy, bastardc, s. bie nni'l;c: 
lid)f (i)ii'nrt, '.Uailarbi'djafr. 

B.iste, bante. (arm. baz) v. a. 1. 
mif einem Srocfe prugrln , biird)prrigein, 
aneprngem. 2. a) mit 55nttrr rb. yert be= 
rr.iitfrin, begiejirn cjleird) beini iTarni). b) 
mit irgt-nb cintr gifiiTigfeit betraiifrlii. 3. i 
ilberrd)i'irten (mir-H3orten), [©rrol; brefdjrn. 

/'roil. To baste tliiits Willi biitier. ICiTi'iJ 

Ba.<ii<<*, I {"pan. bastear) o. a. [SdjIlCI; 

berl jii Jiifen rd)lag('ii i>crlprni I;i'fri'n. 
To - oil, I. T aufnalji'ii. 2. i anivil}fn. 
Ba.xteu, ba'stn. adj. biiilen. 
Bastf'r, ba s'ur. f. Bast iwg- ladle. 
B.totiliude, basieiiaile'. ( ( i>. fr. ) 

Ba.stinado, iia>>teiiA'(i(>, ^ «. 1. rio 



BAT 

S3n(lonnabe (Stvafe bei ben Ifirfcn). 2. bie 
Iriirf)t =)>rriiiel, ^l>niivli"iippe , i3rocfrd)liige. 

Ba$tinad$>, f p. a. 1. bieiBailiMinnbe 

Ba«*tinado, i gcben ((iincm). 2. 
burdipri'iivln , abpritgi'ln. 

Basting, basting, adj. — -ladle, 
ber Jiriirenloff.-i, bie ©dji'pfiede. 

Bastion, bas'i.siiriii, ifr. n. fpan.) 
s. (■5c|^iing--b.J bnC 33l^^u>erf., bie 23aiTei. 

Basto, bas'io, dpnii.) .«. bie 33ai'^e 
(im SljiMn'Tfipiel). [a. [iir(i)H.] ber ^fiilj'- 

Bitston, bas'iii, (and) Uatoon) 

Bastoii, *. ber ■Jliiffel^cr, 'S>d)(tQe in 
bem Ooiiburr (SJefangiiiffc, the fleet genannt. 

Bat, bat, (ni;i]elf. bat; ir. bat; ru|T. 
hot) s. I. ber Itniitrt'i , ^^nigci, bie Alenlc. 
2. (and) bate) [■'Biiiniii'.J ber Si^aljeii. 3. 
|~))?iniTiiiii.] ber bitumjni''rc Scf^iefcrtl^iin. 4. 
ISfbcri'allfp.J tia6 Sfafctt. 

Bat, V. ti. mit eintm .(rnuttfl fpielen. 

Bat, *. 1. [SiuM.] bie 5-lcbcrmau6. 2. 
(in Sniamnicnfeijungen) txii^ ©tiicf. 

Bat-fowler, ber 5-Iebermaii5fanger. 
— fowling, bie Jacfcljagb, ber niici)tlid>e 
•Bogelfang (bei 5(i<fi'irrf)cii'>- Shak. 

Bat, (niratnmcnnq. <tu& Bart hoi o- 
III e w ) s. S8arrl;el (9iamc). [iTreitig. 

Bataille, bittabl, (u. bate) adj. 

Uatable ground, bie e(;enta(s lu'n beis 
ben©eitrn beiTritrenc Sanberei ja'ifd;cn (S-ng« 
lanb iiiib 6d)ot!(anb. 

Batatas, bata'tas, «. i. [SnhMn.] 
eine jlrt an ben Itnrfnffcin mm iSi;rinntn be-. 
finblid^cr 3erfen ob. SBanjen. 2. (35ot.J bie 
fiifjc itarti^ffcl, Sisatate. 

Batavian, baiA'vean, 4. [(?3eogr.] 
ber 'i^atiu>er. - adj. butMiid}. 

Batcll, batsh, (0. bake) s. 1. bai 
&ib{id C^n^b). 2. 1 ber Sf^'ag, bie 'iirt, 

Tlie same-, iipn berfclben 25c|'d)nffenf)eit, 
UPii einem ©triage. 

Batcll, (rd)Pft.) a crew, a gang. 

Bate, bate, « piaet. v. Bite. 

Bate, (angelf. bate) *. 1. ber ©treit, 
3anf, ipaber. Shak. 2. bie ipoijfarcrn, bat 
(yeiuebe bei ipoljeS. 

Bate-breeding, t ©treit t'eraniafjenb. 
A make--, ber llnriil;i-|lifter, i!lufiuicglcr. 

Bate, (fr. battre) V. a. 1. oerminbiTii i 
nadjlnffen (an); abbred^rn, abjicljen (am 
£rl)ne; befjcr abate). '2. i'irl;alteii, anijalren 
(ben •Jlrl;em). 3. abfdjneiben, iuegiu'l;men. 

He won't - an inch of it, cr luifl uid)t 
ein i>aar brcit nac^gebrn. 

Bate, v. )i. I. (mit of) a) fl.;^ pcrs 
miiiberii; ubnrljmrn, abfadcn (an iU'rper). 
b) nad)laiTen (roiu 2. IJalfiierj flarrcrn. 3. 
'■ (ill) riiibriiigcn (im. Spenser. 

But<';aii, bai'('i'. ( fr. 'Hj.) s. bad 
Jlufji'djiff, 5-al)ricug, brr ivai;ii, ■)iad)en. 

Batef'lll, bale'liil, adj. jilllfifd), 
janfri"id)tig. 

Bateiess, bate'les. adj. nncrmi'ibf 
lid), iiniTmi'ibbar, nid)f nicbirgcrcijlagen, 
libiTmniiben luerbrn foniieiib. 

Biiteiiient, baleinent. s. bet ^IDt 
jug, ■-'liU'riid), bie 23iriuiiibi-riing. 

BatTiil, haiTiil, adj. -f reid), frnd|>t« 
'>ar a>. I'liiiCircirn). 

Batll, ba!/i. (angeir. baelli. bathe. 111. 
badh) 3. 1. bat' "yap; rrt'rfiMie Vab. 2. bad 
*8ab, ber J?afriirr, bao ~iiabi'i)ai!o. -5. IM 'Vw- 



7S Fafc, r/ir (.i!!, fat. ML met. Fine, fin. N6, move, n6r, got, 6il, cl6ud. Tnbe. tuh. fn!I. t/nn. TFIfs. 



fief) ('flt>eii 

, baf S3afcii. 
'2. 



BAT 

teffaui im Drtcnt. 4. [GOet"-] S"* 33nb. 5. 

ein jfibifrfjeg Wng. 6. [©eogr.] bte ©tnbt 

fdati) (in engtanb). [S8atI)DrBeii. 

Kniglii of the -, ^er Skitter mm 

Sand- -,• bn« ©nnbbaS. Dung--, 

ba^ >I»ifl&nb. Water- -, t>a& SBnffer&nb, 

Warienbab. Vapor- -, ba5 Souipft>nb. 

Bath-brussel s-fngfirrfje^iiiiteii, ©pitmen. 

- -keeper, ber 93abiii()a6er, ©abcmei|1tr. 
--metal, bet iDtiibnrf, bnS ©iiuilor. 

- -room, iai 35abc}timiicr. 
Oatlie, bAXHe. (niigclf. bathian) v. 

a. I. bnbeii, eiiitnuc^en. 2. [Q!)ir.l bal^eii. 
3. t fiaben, befeud)ten , bciiftjen ( mit lf;rn: 
ncii). 4. babeii, ranfd)eii, niiSiDafcfjeii. 

To - one's self, firf> boben, ein !8nb mi)' 
men. To - over and over, ['5)ieb.] l>on 
9icuetn bnfjen. 

Datlie, V. R. baben, 
(ancf) !)• 

Biatlier, ba'THil^r, .t. 

Batl&ing:, ba'THing. s 

Bath in g- place, 1. bet Snbcplat,;. 
tie 33abcjTu6e. -tub, bie Sabeivnnnc. 

Bating', bi'ting,p. jir. tb. pmep. 
iiifjer, (ibgcretttnet. I9lbbnirt). 

Hating", s. bie SScniitnbcrunn , bcr 

IlatiK, bi'tis, s. bcr 5Recrfrnrf)fl. 

Uatist, bat'ist.. *. [anbff.I bfi- 55n= 
♦i|1, linrtid. Ud}\mi, 2i5iirri)bliiiie(. 

Batlet, bat'let, an bat) s. bcr^nrrt)- 

Batoun, batoun', ^ (fr. baton) l.biT 

Baton, bat'un, 5®to(f, €tnb, 
grccf.n. 2. [Wilit.] bcr '5?fnrrc()nnf = Pbcr 
itonininnboilab. 3. [iporlb.] bcr ©tnb. 

Batraciiite, bat'rakite, s. [03cel.] 
fccr 55ntrai-f)it, grpft^ilcin. 

Batraclioniyoinacliy, bat'ia- 
koiiicoin'ake. fgr.) s. [altc lilt.] ber grofcf); 
11 nb SWtaiifcfricg. 

Batracian, batri'zliian, (gr.) «((/• 
[Tiarurg.] jnm grprd)^ Pb. ^r[itcngerd)lcd)t 
g.hprig. [nrten, frpfrfjartige Dfcptilicn. 

Batracian, ». [9cnturg.] pi- grpfd): 

Battabie, bat'tabl, adj. t iirbar 
(11. f'anbcrciiii). [». ber .<?ninpfer, Strcitcr 

Battaiiant, bat'lalant, (V. buttle) 

Battailous, bat'taliis, adj. fricgc- 
rifd) , fd)(nnfcrtig. 

Battalia, battale'ya, (itd., fpan.) 
«. [■•Wifit.] a) bie ©d)lnrf)tprbniing. b; bn? 
5»iittC(: Pb. ^iiiipttrcffLMi. 

Battalion, batial'vun, (VK fr.) s. 
1. [^Wtlit.] ta& 23ntnifUMi, bcr (£d)I(id)fl)nii! 
fen. 2. t bie Sc^anr, bn6 5;>eer. Shak. 

Battalionefl, battaryund, adj. 
flcfrfiavt ; ["TOilir. ] in®ri)Iad)rl)niifrn niifgcfTodt. 

BattC^l, bat'il. (f. battle) s. 13{cd)r^; 
fpr.) bcr 3H>eifaiiipf, 5-iinflfanipf. 

Battel, V. n. 1. t fi'tr ii'crbcn, fid) 
iniillcn. 2. in bie ©d)ulbbiid)cr nnf bcr Uni; 
pcrfitiir Drfprb cingcrragcn fcin, niif bie.Hrcibc 
je()rcn. - v. u. 1. bi'ingen. 2. maftcn. .J. 
(ben Stiibenrcn) bie ©riprnbicn ii. CcbcnS: 
niitrcl nii^'tljcilcn. [©tubcntrn in Drfprb. 

Battel, «. bie 'i)lii^-!iabcrcrf)niing cinc5 

Battel, adj. t frud)rbnr. 

Batteler, } barlur, «. ber pj-fprbcr 

Battler, S ©tnbcnr, ©tipcnbiat. 

Batten, bai'tn (rillT. boiiayu. ,ir. 
bati.iiia) r. ,i. I. niiiilcn, fcrr nuid)fn. 2. frnd)r! 
par nind)cn(l?iinbcrcicn), btfrudjtcn; biinacn. 



BAT 

Batten, ». n. l. fett iverbcn, fid) 
niailcn; iuad)fen. 2. n3Pl)(lcben, fid) gi'itlid) 
t(;nn. Shak. 3. (in) fid) iD(ilica(ini-)JJi|Te!c.). 

Batten, «. l. [lcd)npl.] a) biu' 9iid)r= 
fd)cit. b)bie biinneSiitte. 2. [Scibentvirf.j bie 
£nbe. 3. [iWfnr.] bie ^rcfeniiinglciite. 

Batten, i> «. [ied)npl.j mit ti'inneii 
Sotfcn bilben, nu5 biinncn 2attcn inad)en. I 

Batter, bat'tur , (fr.) v. a 1. 
I;cfrig fd)(agen , (tpfjen , treffen , blanen , 
llninpfen. 2. burd) ©d)Iage, ©tijfse, tritre 
nbnm^en, rerbcrben (cin ©teinpflafter) , }cr= 
rd)incftern, icrninlinen, jcrrd)lanen, jcrtriinu 
nicrn. 3. ±jernialtncn, jernid)ten. 4. ['O^iilit.J 
mit grpbem Qii\d)m) befd)ief5en. 

To - down , niebcrfd)tnettcrn ; nicbcr: 
fd)tefjen ; nicberrei^en. To -one's face, ©incm 
.OI)rfcigcn geben. Battering-ram, bcr 
'i)iiauerbrecf)cr, ©tiirnibprf. Battered, i 
itlimpf, nbgcnutjt; A battered vetenm, 
cin nuSgebientcr ©Plbnt; A battered de- 
bauchee, ein tiiiiSgemergelter IBiittling. 

Batter, v. n. [ied)nPl.J iibcrf;nngen 
(u. -ffiiuicrn (>5cbiilfe ic.). [icig. 

Batter, *. litod)f.] ber gefd)liigcnc 

Batterer, bat'tiuur, *. ber ©djlii; 
gcr, Scrnialmcr. 

Batter)', bat'turre, (fr.) « 1. biii- 
©d)lagcn, ©tP|5cn, Ircffen, 23efd)icf3en ; 
^JUiCM'd)lagen. 2. [9Jcd)t6fpr.] bie ©d)lagcrci. 
3. ['Jlrtill.j bie f&attnic, bcr ©tiirfiuad, bie 
Stiirfbcttung; (and) i) bie SBatterie, btr 
iu-iiH'i^jgrunb. 4. ["iJSlivf.J bie clef trifdje aJnt: 
tcric. 5. [iputniiid).) bie 2BaIf|liittc, 2i>alf= 
fiimnicr. 6. bns gcfd)Iiigcnc iviipfcrgerd)irr. 

To raise up a -, [OJfiiit.J eine iiattcrie 
nnfmcrfcn. Cross -,(>!lrti((.] bie itreiijbar; 
rcvic. Cainerade-, bie (ycfc(lfd)iift6brttterie. 

BattisU, bat'tisU, (U. bat) adj. fit: 
bcnnaiisartig. 

Battle, baft I, du. batel) *. l. 
[-Wiiir.] bie ed)Ind)t, iini treffen. 2. bie 
5pccrc!jabtt)ci!ung. 3. f bai? 5piUipt(;eer, 
ipnupttrcffen. 

To give - Pb. to join—, eiiie ©d)lad)t 
liefcrn- A pitched-, eine rcgelnirti}igc©d)Iad)i- 

Bat tit-array, bie ©d}lnd)torbnung 

- -ax Pb. axe, bie ©treitii):t, ^artifnne. 

- -door, 1. bne Sfnfctt (juni tytbcrbailfp.) 
2. bie ©d)nnfcl. 3. bie ©d)ic(5fd)cibe. 4. biis 
gart'cnbret. 5. bie ^inbcrfibcl. - - h o I d e i s. 
t. pi. bie ©cfiiiibaiitcn beini Jyiiiiilfanipfe. 

Battle, V. 11. 1. eine ©d>hic^t, ein 
trcffcn licfern, fic^ fc^lngcn (ninnd)nin( mit 
ii). 2. i (loi) l)nrtiin(fig fiimpfen, ilreitcn (uni) 

Battlement, bat'tlmeut, «. l. bie 
3innc. 2. cie "DiJIiiiier mit Sinncn. 

Battlemented , bat'tlmcntcd 
adj. bnrd) 3inncn gefd)ii(3t. 

Battling, bat'tiing. a bcr jtompf. 

Battologist, battoi'ujist, «. t bcr 
SEiTtfrmner. 

Battologize, battol'ojize, v. a. 
t nnnii(jcriueife inimer iviebcrI)Plrn. 

Battology, baitol'oje, «. bie Sjprt; 
friinicrci, biu« iccre (iScfd)n>n9. Asm. 

Battou, bat'tun, s. [.<^panbel] bie 
riicio, -:iJoi)le. (g-nfrprei ber 5?anfe|liibtc. 

Battory, bat'ture, s. bie itnSivartigc 

BilttN, (fd)Ptt.) bots. 
Battulate, bat'tshulAte, v. a. 

[Icpiinr. 5paiibelj iinrrrfngen (ben ^iinbrl). 



BAY 

Battulation, battslrtila'shiiD, «. 

[Icpnnt. ipiinbcl] bn^ ijxinbclsiierbpt. 

Batty, bat'tc. adj. ju cincr JJtebcr* 
nmni' geljprig , (JlebermniiS... Shak. 

Batz, bats, s. [•