(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 "Dictionary of the English and German languages, to which is added a synopsis of English words differently pronounced by different orthoëpists"

Gc / 

433.2 

G87d 
V.2 
1258449 ( 

I 



GENEALOGY C0LL.ECT10M 



3 1833 00830 8816 



Digitized by the Internet Arcinive 

in 2009 with funding from 

Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center 



http://www.archive.org/details/dictionaryofengl02grie 



CHR. FR. GRIEB 

DICTIONARY 

OF TUE 

GERMAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES 

TO WHICH IS ADDED A 

SYNOPSIS OF ENGLISH WORDS DIFFERENTLY PRONOUNCED 
BY DIFFERENT ORTHOEPISTS. 



Ninth 


stereotyped Edition 






IN TWO VOLUMES. 


k 


VOL 


n, GERMAN AND ENGLISH. 


433. JL 






}}S1J 




I ^ 




Stuttgart. 


PAUL 


NEFF, PUBLISHER. 






1S85. 



mit einer 

tabellatifijirn Priierfidit brr oon brn \mnn englifdien ®rtljO(|ii^(n 



Svoci 25änbc. 



BttlüQ ban ^aul Jgcff. 

18S5. 



ifbiuljöriirtcrci (Sir einer & iM'ciffc 



1258149 



Pa riu r t. 



P r e f a c e. 



I^^^acl) beu ill ber3>orrebc ;um crftcn iniiibe 
'^Mä\ barijclcgteu ©runbfägeu tft aucl; bcr 
uorliecjenbe jnicite 33anb aiiSgeardcitet roorbcu. 

ii>Qä bie bei SUiSarbeitung biefeS äiueitfn 
:öanbcä oon mir benühteit Serfe anbelangt, 
fo muffen üor aßen onbern genannt raerben: 
Wibster, Johnson-Todd, Crabh, M' Culloch, 
Ure, Richardson, Janiieson, Pichering, Chal- 
mers unb Xares für bae ©nglifdie; .^einfiuS, 
3lbelung, (Eampe nnb .^ei;fe für ba§ 
Seutfc^e. g^erner bie 2BörterbücI)er con ijit; 
pert, Subroig, 23oper unb Siojin, baä 
faufmännifd;e SBörterbuc^ von g tu gel, foroie 
ba§ bei Whittaker & Comp, in Sonbon 
erfd)tenene beutfd^-englifdje SSörterbucf) non 
gp Orfiril, hiermit noc^ nii^t aufrieben, 
nafjm ic^ au§ einer feit Jjabren üon mir an: 
gelegten, febr umfaffenben (Sjcerptenfammlung 
SSÜeä basfenige auf, roaS in ben ^^lan beä 
2Berfe§ pafete; benn nur fo tonnte icfi t)offen, 
alle bebeutenberen ßücfen, bie ficb in üielen 
ber norbanbenen älinlidjcn 'Eerfe oorfinben, 
au§;ufüllen. 

So uiertljuoH tnbeffen bie SBorarbeiten 
niaren, bie mir 5U ©cbote ftanben, fo blieb 
bod) für ben beulfd|:englifd;en Jljcil ein weiterer 
33eiftanb ju roünfdjen übrig. 

©aber nai)m ic^ aud; mit 5Danf bie tDiit= 
roirfung eine§ 91cannejl an, ber, ein geborner 
Ci'ngtänber, unb ots Spradiforfdjcr fdion rübm: 
lid)ft bcfannt, lor üictcn ütnbcrn berufen umr. 



'^^HE second volume has been worked 
gi^ out accordiug to the principles laid 
down in the preface to the first. 

The principal Works made use of bj 
me in carrying out the plan of the II. 
vol. have been the English lexicographers, 
Webster, Johnson Todd, Crabb, M" Cidloc.h, 
Ure, Richardson, Jamieson, Pickering, Chal- 
mers and Nares] the German Heinsius, 
Adelung, Campe and Ilegse. Besides these, 
the dictionaries of Hilpert, Ludwig, Bnyer 
and Mozin, the l\Iercantile dictionaiy of 
Flügel, as also the German-English diction- 
ary by Sporschil, edited by Whittaker 
& Comp., London. 

Not yet satisfied, I took out of my very 
comprehensive '"'Collection of Excerpts", 
which I compiled many years ago, all 
that was needful to complete the plan. 

Only in this way could I hope to fill 
up the more significant deficiencies which 
are to be found in many of the existing 
works. 

However valuable the aforementioned 
works at my command were, there was 
still a further assistance desirable in the 
German-English part. 

Therefore I gratefully accepted the 

co-operation of one, who, an Englishman, 

aud already wellknown as an illustrious 

1 linguist, was applied to, in some cases lo 



VI 



S3oth)orl. 



Ijier ju ucruoüftnnbigen, bort ba§ 35craltete 
aii§äufc^eibcn unb biirdj ba§ beffere 9Jeiie 511 
erfe^en. SDicfer 9)Jitarbeiter ronr §err B. H. 
Whitelocke, ^rofeffor ber engliidjen ©pracfjc; 
üon if)m finb aud^ bie 33ii(i)fta(ien £ uiib 2)f 
be§ äuieiten 23anbeä urfprüiigüd) ausgearbeitet 
luorben. 

geriiev bemerte ic^ nod), ba^ id) in 3llleni, 
roas bie noc^ fo fd^uianfenbe englifdje Drtt)0: 
grapf)ie betrifft, beni 3lnierifancr Wehster ge; 
folgt bin. ©ein ©t)ftem fd)eint mir unter 
allen anbern f($on bef^fjatb ben S^orjiig ju 
oerbienen, roeil eö bei JBeiteni bas natürlic^fte 
unb fonfequentefte ift. 

(Snbüd) fage ic^ für bie üielcn ancrfcnnen: 
ben unb lel)rreidien 23eurtf)ci(ungen, bie baS 
SBerf bis je^t gefunben, meinen innigften 
®an!. 9}iöge nun and) ber jmcite 33anb einen 
e'^renüotten ^(a^ neben ät)nlid)en Strbeiten 
einnel;men! 

per ^crfaffei. 



complete what was wanting, to withdraw 
the obsolete words, and to improve by intro- 
ducing better new ones. 

This able coadjutor was Mr. B. H. Wliite- 
locke, Professor of the English Language, 
by whom also the letters L and M in the 
II. v(il. were compiled. 

I must further remark, that I have al- 
ways followed, as regards the ever changing 
English orthography, the American Webster. 
His system seemed to me to merit the pre- 
ference above all others; because it is the 
most natural and the most conclusive. 

Finally I repeat my most hearty thanks 
for the many appreciative and instructive 
criticisms which the Work has received 
up till the present time. 

Mav the II. vol. take an honourable 
place by the side of similar Works! 



The Author. 



21. 



31, a, 1- Selbrtlout) A. a. 2. n. A 
a. 3. i (?r .neig mtn - nrd) 23 jii fiiflfii, 
he does not know A from B. )ie knows 
nolliing at all; Proc. wtt-ictit, mnS nil* 
» fdijfn, he who begins with a thing, 
must go on with it. 4. muf.] A. 5. m 
Vbt-, «Jjrntt).] A, a. 6. [3uli(ini|"d)e finleiiM 
A. 7. [$(lllt)e(] a) (fut Accepted) A. b) 
(= )>i unt gewSljnlid) it flef(f)rief>tio at. - 
fünf iPtOJcnt, at five per cent; a fcillSfivei^ 
jer bti& ©turf, six kreutzers a piece. 8. 
Clifjiirm.l a, aa. 9. (iim ben %inieii einer 
«JScrfon }U ptttrtttii) A ii. B. A and B. 

2la^Cn, <>■] [QJecgr.] Aii-la-Cha- 

2lfen, t S p^'i= 

3(rtE, /■ ip'. -" oi. n. (-«, -ti, pi. 
-t) [etbljft'.j aak. 

Slal, "'■ t-tf, P'- -" Cd'»"''. 91el(()cii, 
f, c) 1. [Stblti.) an eel. (Jin deiner -, a 
grig. 2. a kind of cake. 3. ltn(f)m<l(t.] a 
wrong fold . a crease. 

91 nib mini, m. [»ot.J fly-honeysuckle. 

91(11 beere, /. [Bot.] scabwort, black 

91nlbeerarnud), m. (Sut.) black cur- 

91nl6el).ilter, m. f. 9Inll)(ilter. 

91nlbocf, m. l.j(f)i().I Salnio lavaretus. 

9Inlbrirfe,/. f.91nl(inbel,91nlprirfe 

9lnleibe(ftfe,/. (gfnturfl.] eel-lizard. 

«Unleifen, n. f. 91nlflnd)el. 
" ajnlfnno, '". (-e^, pi. 9(nlfnn(]e) 1. 
catching of eels, eel-fijl.ing. 2. the season 
for catching eels. 3. place for catching 
eels, eel-fishery; f. 91 n liu c h r. 

ainlfnnijer, m. eel-catcher. 

ainlfett,,.. eel grease. 

91nlfI5ge,/. f. 91nl(iunrte. 

21nlf6rmig, aäi. u. ado. anguilliform. 

91nlfrnn, /. f. 91nlinnfter. 

ainlflnbel, / eel »pear. 

91nlflrunbel,/. } [0*11).] eel- 
Sin Igt tin 6. in u, m. ^ groundling. 

91nl()nller, m. eel-pond. 

91 nil) nut,/, eel-skin. 

SlnlDorbe,/. ( 

91nltni1en, m.\ "'-'"'" ■ 

«Inifirfefte, f J. [«oi.] black wild 

91l)Ifirfel)e, S service-berry. 

9InlCorb, in. a kind of basket used for 
catching eels, for keeping eels in, baske 
ill which eels are caught, junket. 

91nlfril0, >"■ a pitcher witli holes ti 

91nlUaer, n. bed of eels. 
9lQllege,/. f. 21 a I to el) r. [blenny 

■JInl mutter,/. (3?uturg.] the vi»iparou! 
9Inlpn|1ele,/ eel-pie. 
'^nlprirfe,/. eel sp^ai. 
9Inlqnnvpe, / [Jlniiirg] cull; quab 



älnlqunne,/ I 
91nlqnnfi,m. J 



/f.91n 



91nlrnnpc, ; 
91nlrnppe, S'' 
«(ilreiife,/ f. 9rnlfprb. 
9Inlf*lnnge,/. (= gjleernnl) < 



Mnftrnne, / < =: 3icbel=, 3f,ibenfräf)e: 

91n«pflnnje, / [SBot.) stapelia. 
91n«rnbe, m. f. >!lnffrnl)c. 
91n«feite, /. C= S5lci|"cf)Kite) flesh-sidi 



rrion , 



9Ulftn(f)el. m 


f-Slnlfl 


bei. 




91 n 1 |T e ct) e r , m 


1. a per 


oti wl 


spears 


eels. 2. f. 91nlgn 


bei. 






91nl(lrfii, ) 


m. a bl 


ack s 


reak oi- 


91nl(lreifen.f 


stripe on 


the 


back of 


ainlftrid), ) 


an eel. of 


a lioi 


se. >TOit 


einen. 91nmreifc<n) 


(nut ^nn 


3iii(fe 


1), eel 


backed. 








ainlinppe,/ 


Eel-soup. 






ilnlteid), ,n. 


el-pond. 






91iilthier(f)en 


n. viiieg 


lr eel 


pi. eels 


n vinegar etc. 








9lnlninte,/a 


net for c 


llcliin 


g eels. 


91,ilroel)r, n. e 


el-dnm. e 


l-wea 




91nlroel«, m. 


= Simtn 


» sea 


serpent. 


sea-eel. 








91.ilipnrni, m 


C- -Jlnltl 


lerd) 


en. 


male./.! 91 Die. 






malen, v.u. 


to flsh for 


eels. 


to catch 


eels, to sniggle. 


J5n*91nle 


11, fis 


hing for 



91.1fliOgeI, m. carrion-bird. 

SlnfCn, "• "• "> feed 01 
(aCnibniiVr.) to graie, to browse. 

2JafCn, 0. a. 1. [ffinibinipr., 5-ir(f)er.] 
to bait (a liook or snare). 2. [®ctb.] to 



maiiQ.adj. 

on. 2. tt a) foul 

2loftg, 



map, ' 



pi -en) [OTnr.l mi; 



maipenfaü, <". <-ei, pi. -fniio 

[Wir.] iiii/zen staysail halliard. 

mav, "i. (-ei Db. -en, pi. -e o6. -en) 
1. i n. i bird of prey. 2. eagle. 

91nriDEil)e, m. ot. J. a kind of kiie. 

mavon, '■ 91ron. 

SlaVgrtU, «• <-e«) [Olcogr.] Argow. 

maS, '•■ (-((, pi. ?tcger) 1. food for 
animals; [Siftfter. ic.) bait. (Jin - nn bie 
91n!iel ilerfeil, to bait a hook 2. carcass, car- 
feeding an carrion. 3. i f O carrion. 

9Inäblntlet,^ / plague-blister, car- 

9In«pocfe, ^ buncle. 

91<i«fliege, / (= 5leif(()=, Stftnuigf.) 
carrion-fly, dung-fly. i 

91nSfrn6i(!, ) adj. feeding on car- 

9In«freffenb, V casses. cirrion. 91n«= 

ainSfteffm, ) frcffenbe firnl)en,| 
carrion-crows. [kite, horse-kite. 

91nägeier, in. (= (Srbgeier) carrion- 

^nff|ierifl, adj. ii. ado. greedy of 

91ne(,nft, adi. II. arfii. like carrion, 

cadaverous; (. 91nfig. (beetle, black-fly. 

9lnefiifet, m. carrion-beetle, horse- 1 



b) idly, laiily. 
ma^, {■ 5Inf. 
2la§Cn, f.51nfrn. 
^216,«''". 1. off; down. §iit-! hats 
olT! off with your liat! fnrj -, short off, 
sliortly. abrupily; SBerj -, down-hill; ipeit-, 
[far oif; (mit lunreii) gniij pom SSJege -, 

backward and forward, off and on; nnf 11. 

-, up and down; - (b. I), nbjiljielicll nil 
[llnfoilcn ic.), deduct, discount of etc.; 

- iV.\ llnfoflen, charges to be deducted; ei. 

nen Xlinler niif I'b. -, one dollar more oi 
I less. 2. in pielen Siifnniineiire^iingen; j. 33 

nbg.Mieigt, 9Ibgiinfl, nbceifen :c. 
SJJb, prep. - beni 2ßege foniuicn, to go 

^niibeii fein, not to be at hand. 

miaa^en, »■ «. [(Scrb.) to flesh 

mbab, •"■ fJntfeil al'»!'- 

mbääf^en, "- «/?. sirf) -, to pine 
°2lt>flcEern, "• «• '. to pio» otr tor 

mbalienatiOn, /. [3ie(f)t6fvr.] alien- 
ation, nbalienalion. 

2lbaltenircn, •'.a. i. ofeti)t«fpt.i 

to alienate. 2. lo alienate (the heart, a 
man from the friends of liis youth etc.), 



'.-Engl. Vförleibuch. 11. 



mbanbon, "■• (-« j ,. 

2lban&onnirutig, / > '■. 
mbantionnement, "■ (-*>) 

iabantonnircn, ". a. i. üjnMbeii 

cbm) 10 give up; [>)Kl(it.] lo give up. 

5Übanimen, "■ ■>. em fiinb -, to 

.ean a child ( ((Snlnim.J declinable. 

SUbanJCrlt*, adj. l. aHerable. Z 
SlbanOel'lid), adu. alterably. 
^-Jlbfinjitrrn, I -a- l-lo alter, lo change, 

modify. 2. ((SJr.llllill.] to decline. 

aitnnSsrrn, "■ <-«? '■ ^n aiieiing, 

2lbänbeVUtig, / J alteration, mod- 

1 



'2 2lba 

Ificadon. 1. [fflrnimll.) a dediuing, declen- 

21bängftcn, } »• <■• (G-mcn) -, to 

SlbangftigCn,^ »eary win. amiety, 
to vci, to toriirent, to distress; (6111(111 
(S-troiK)-, to frighten any one out of, to 
friglitcn any one into etc.; fp,1) -, to be in 
great anxiety, to f,et. 

2lbangften, -.. c-s) ) n.e act of 
SMtangftigcn, "• (-«)) affrighting 

2l&ängftung,/- t i- frightening 
ajbängftigung,/^''- 2. fretting, 

anxiety, trouble, anguisli of mind. 

mbavieiten, >■• «• u t» «ork otr. 

T)Hi Qii-Dbe üb. OJröbilc I'l'li ß-iiixi* -, to 
rougli-iiew; du Stfjiff I'Diu Siriiiit'e -, to 
get a ship afloat, to get a sliip olf (from 
llie ground). 2. (©111 (ätüet Zutt) !C.) -, to 
finish. iSeill Xflfli'lDcrf -, to work out, to 

out (hy labor). 4. to pay off by labor, eine 
<5ft)UI6 -, to clear off a debt by work, to 

Slbartcttcn, " "A, siO) -, to 

overlabor, to overwork one's self, to toil 
hard, eiii nbgEdroeiiete« «Pftrb, a ja 
ded horse. 

Wiiavliittn, "■ "■ <"• ". ijnbcn) 

Ser 5Btin fyit aiataxientx, the wine 
has done working or fermenting. 

aibavbcttcn, » (-«)^ i- working 
2»> arbeitung,/- JoT-^ofl'""'' 

Ing, «oiking o„i. 3. tlie act of wearing 
out (by labor). 4. the act of paying off by 
labor, clearing off (a debt) by working. 

albnrgfX'tl, f «■ to "eary by vexa- 
tion. ©Irt) - , to weaiy one's self by vex- 
ation, to be mortified. 

aibärn&tcn ,("■«■ gh' Sei» -. '" 

2lbaVntCn, i reap a field - r ,. 
to fini.sli reaping. 9H><] Cii r 11 ^ t e t IjiiDrn, 

Jlbart, /■ IP'. -EilJ t 1. degenerate 
bleed or race, mongrel. 2. f 1 degeneracy. 
3. (>J?otlir(l.] (= ©piclnrt) variety. 

SIbartcn , "• "■ ("""i «i'l" fmo ? "■ 

t to degenerate; f. 5lll«nt(cn. 

2lbartig , adj. (oeiuBijui. misflcirnt, 

degenerate. — ado. degenerately. 

SlbartUng,/. degeneracy, degene- 
raleness. degeneralion ; f. 91 ii «n 1 1 u 11 g. 

2U'nf*ern A '•■ «• ii(*inmiaeSifct)o 

2lbcf^Crn,i- to scour with ashes. 

- 1». Tcfl ©irt) -, -f to fatigue or haratig 
one's sell. 

216 a§, m. [pitf. ®tm.] abas. 

2lbafen, <>. <•■ [mniöniipt.] tc 

browse; f. Slbfrcficii, aibiveibeii. 

2lbOgcn, »• «■ l^ö(li^mfpr.l to b,-,rk 
to gniiv.-. 

2lbäfj>evn, k. a. + r. »utiiiraeru 

2lbhftCn, '■ <•■ 10 deprive of branch 

lop or cut ofl the branches. 

2lbnftCn, »- <-«) i lopplng, pmn 

2lbaftung,/. ) mg. 
Mbatifmen, ".a. I'Keiatiura i t( 

redden (a cupel) in tile fiie. 

2lbn$Cn, ". <■• lo eat away, to re 
o.ove by causlics. 

21bdugcln, ". «■ l- (»ilt i-inem "üufli 



■ilbb 

at>itt)tn, nbtiirirell) to look over a surface 

one eye; [SBnifiiiipr.] t£>ie Spur ties 

SSätlbC«) -, to searcli wilh tlie eye. 2. to 

gle, to win by ogling. 

2lbba,'«ilAbba. 

2tbäufjCrn, "■ «■ [aen*ili4e $tn> 

lej 10 dispossess, to eject Uroin a teile- 

2lbnu6ern, -• (-«>< [.jer,d)ii.*rn= 
2ibauicrung , / 5 r^a disposses- 

mbaäen/" n l- ("»ed w.ih iruo 
nd V. a. (used with t)a&ell> to bake iuiprop 
.ly. Dn« SörDÖ til nHoebncf en, (he 

lumb. 2. to finish baking. 31 b je b fl ct en 
l)iH>ell, 10 have done baking. 

2lbbacEen, "• <>■ [>?l)Br.] to mark (a 

Mbbaben, •■■■<'■ '<> bathe, to »v^Uer, to 
ish, to tleause by bathing. Sen adjniu^ 
, to cleanse the bauds, face etc. by 
iihing, 

2Ibbafcen, ^ ". lo finish bathing. 

2tbbaljeU,>'.''-lolomeut thoroughly. 

Mbbaien, ■•■ <• i-viat.] co.-,^ sni)r. 



2lbl)algfn, f <■ i to nay. 



2lbbalgcn, "■ "^ -ai* - 



2lbbalivn, "• reji. fiümtnurpt 

aid) -, to glow lean by pairing. 

2lbbomfen, v. a. i&nu.] (geiiej -, 
2lbbangeu, i>. «. lo extort by fi 

;o get by intun.dation. eiMcni (eiu 2 
'pie(l)en ic.) -, to frighten any one into 

2lbbangen, "• rt^.&in) -, to we 

one's seit with anxiety. 

2lbbanfen, ". «• [SansminDiiti.i to 

leuiove (.slieavijs) from ttie bara. 

2lbborbteren, "■ "■ (©tiun«) -, to 

2lbbaften, "■ «• 1° -I'lp "■' !•»«' "«■ 
'2lbbaud}en,l »■ "■ «'' aDnidjo -, 
2lbbaud>en ,5 f- 'ii b 1 (1 It e n , 31 u «: 

lu.iltSra. 

21bbaucn, "• »• '■ (6'" Sebnube, 
einen Xl)urin ic.j -, to demolish, to pull 

down, to remove. 2. i 93ilt (J-innn -, lo 
fall out wilh etc., to break with any one. 
3. to finish a building. 4. (>)»tll.] a., to pay 
olf, with tlie produce ot a mine, the ex- 
pense of woiking it. b) Die 3cd)e ift nb: 
()rl)tiur, the pit has been carried to sucli 
a depth that the woik cannot be carried 
on any longer. 

SIbbauen, " (-«> ademoiisi.ii 

pullNig down etc.; f. abb.luung. 

21bbaumcn, "■ >•■ ['iD.ubniipt.] to 

2lbbäumfn, «■ «■ iineiin] to 

2lbbauort, >" i-fs.pi.-ejy ,, 
2«bbauftredEc,y.(W- -idT 

a board , a stall. 

SlbbaUUllfl, /I'MlM.ltheact c 



2tbbC, t" i ic'. -i> Itatt). Jtirctje] 
2lbb6, ) abbe. 

Mbbeeven, »■ «. ceinen Simuit) 

, to strip ot berries; eine 2Deinirnube -, 
strip olf the grapes from the bunch, to 
ck tliem olf. 

2lbbefeftlen, ■>. v. «. .o counter- 

and, to reverse; f. 51 b I) e |1 e 1 1 e n. 

2lbbcge6rcn, o <•• >. lo ask. ci. 



get- 



egg" 



Sen ^üx lt. 
. to bite off. 



2lbbe()artcn,<r. t.. «, 

to keep otf the hat etc. 

2lbbeiftcn, «r- " "• i 

(Saäiiicimpr.] to browse, f. aibfteffen. 

iboebiffen (uon einec Siutjel), [SBt-t.] 
runcate. 2. t Sitl) I'Ut iAi)tn bie 3u"0e -, 
burst with laugliing; Prov. er t)iit aller 
5d)(ii« ben Äopf nbgebi ffen , he is past 

2lbbeißen, "■ r<ft- Sico -, i. wnn 

junben ic.j to bite each other. 2. i to 



aibbeijen. 



aibbcCommen, > 



latftii 



2lbbcUcn, "• «/?• «l* -, to weary 
to fatigue one's self by barking. 

2tbbengcln, >■. »■ "o beat down 

th ■( stick; it. to give a sound drubbiug. 

2lbberften, ■>• "• « (""<f with fem; 

burst, spiing. break, fly or f;ill off. 

2tbbCrufCn, '-•• "• «• 'o recall, to 

lliouie. (S'lnt-nQlel'tDiiftetrtiaer L'Uti einem 

(rcnibcn §ofe -, to recall a minister from 

a foieign con. I. 3lbberiifen roerben tön. 

ncnb, recallable. 

2lbbcrufcn, ->. <-<m/ recalling. 
2lbberufung, / j calling bom.. 

lecall. (recall. 

3lbbcrufunfl6f£l)re.ben,n. letteisof 

2lbb efemCn, ■•• <■. 'o brush, lo sweep ; 
\. -llbteljren. 

2lbbCfOl&Cn, <>. a. to pay oli. to 
dismiss from service. 

2lbbCftCtlCn, "• "■ 'o couutermand. 

2lbbefteUen, "- (-fj/countermaud 

2JbbefteUung,/: 5 ing, couu- 

Slbb'cten, -• <•■ '• '» recount 10 
prayer, to pray off. ©men 9(i)renfriinj -, 

lonousinauner. 3. dtnni (j.SB. frlne ©tin. 

to avert by praying, to pray against. 

2lbbCttp(n, "■ «. to gel by beg- 
ging. (JiiieilKSilb ic. -, to beg money etc. 

SlbbcttCtl/ " " '<> remove the bed 
- V. refl. Aid) -, to separate beds, to 
sleep apart <«• sepa.ate. 

2Jbbeugen, '■"■ i. to tum awa>. 

Sie ihlflcn -, to avert the eyes (from,. 



2(bbeu'rgen,i 



»ejnljlell. 2. lo liquidate, to pay com 
pl.tely »I- off. 

iHbbtegcn, -■ «. i- i- ^Jit>t>eiiflei 

Nr. 2. 2. i » divert, to turn aside ; f. ÜI t 
leiifen. 3. (Wiirifiif.) Sroeige ic. -, ti 

'äbbtctcn , •<■■ V. a. I f. « 11 f ö 1 e 

ten. 2. f. lltUcrliieteii. 3. - (Det Hut 
ticineni', to bid for llie la>t time. 

JtbtttÖ, "■ (-«,?'■ -"> '»py, por 

trait, image, picture. (Jin — (UDtl ic.) lun* 
(l)en, to lake a likeness (of), to port 

2H)bitefn, » " I. to take a I 
,ie«s ot etc., lo draw ti.e figure of, 
draw, lo represent in a picture, to | 
tray, to copy, to delineate, to pn 
■iKiid) Ccin Sedeii -, to draw from life; 
et ill obge liiliif r, rate tt leilit tin» 



iJlbbttSCn, ". i-i> portraying, draw- 
ing, representatiou, 

'Ubbilinev, •». (-^. ^i. -. /;,per 
2lbbtt!>nertnn , /■ <;''■ -in)^ son, 

that draw a likeness of, portrays, paints- 

SlbbilÖUng, /■ l- portraying, draw- 
ing, representation. Die - tei Wifidjt«, 
portrait, portraiture. 2. draught, drawing, 
painting, picture, copy; impression; imi- 

2lbt»tjnfen, ».a. to mb win, pu. 
2l(bt)tn6en, ^r. ■.. a. i. to umie, to 

«nbind, to loose. 2. 1 (5-Jn Satb -, to wean 
a calf; Einen Dtftfen -, to geld an o». 3. 
to tie off. O-ine «ajiirje -, to tie oif a 

4. [XeiDn.] 10 tie or fasten together. ((Sine 
-Met) -, [eijir.] to tie. to take up- etil 
S^mi -, [Del 3ininierl.) to join ilie timlier- 
work of, to center a house; (ein Jrt^) -, to 

2Hjbin6en,n <-*)^ untying etc.; 

2H>I)tn6un<?,/ iicsijit.ingaiure, 

tying etc. 

2lbbig, m. ,-e«, p(--iT') 1- biiiiig 
olt. 2. tlie thing bitten olf. bite, 3. [»ot.J 
- filer teufelSdtltig, devil's bit. 

Wshxtte, f (pi. -en) deprecation; 
apology, ©ine fd)rifllid)e -, a written apo- 
logy; - tijun, 10 beg pardon; Dffcnlll(l)C 
(fleri(t)tll(l)c) - lljun, lo make honorable 

^31bbtfre&rief,m.a deprecatory letter. 

2lbbttten, '••• <>■ »■ i. (emem ei. 

IDfli) — , a) to beg pardon for etc. b) lo gel, 
to gain by begging. 2. to deprecate, (Sid) 
Gtmai -, f aSettiitten. 

2tbbttten, n.C-« deprecation, a beg- 
ging pardon for etc. [able. 
aibbittli*, <idj. pardonable, eicus- 
aibbtttWCtfC, Jodr.bywayof 

2lbbittung§i»cifc,i apology. 
3lbbIänCen, "■ «. lo poUsh, to gios«. 

Slbblafe«, tr. v. a. I. (SJeSem, 
Staub ic) -, to blow away. ((Jin »ud), 
itn lifd) It.) -, to blow off the dust from 
etc.; [Slrtid.J eine Snnone -, to scale a 
Bun , (»Oint.] 6ie«(inonen -, to blow the 



!. ((5tn ©tucfdjen, einen gljo 
perform on the trumpet etc. 
ic.) -, to mark by winding i 



for tij- last tiiue. 

aibblaffcn. 



S8erfd)i 



2(bbIattCn, "• " [ S.inlm.irtlifd). 
(iien Äfljl If.) -, to take off. lo pull u 
pliiok aH tlie leave«, lo strip of (tlie) leave! 

2lbblattern, ■>■ «• lo get r,d of d 
2lbblnttcrn, -. «. i» divest o 
2lbblattern, "• refi. Sid) -, to los 

or d.op ll,e leaves; lo flake; ((Slut.] t 
eifnliale; CWinet.K.] to exfoliate. 

Slbblättcrn, »• ( «)^a dive.tiog of 
Slbbldtteruna,/ S '■^«e. 



-)Ki 



2lbbtättcnnuTiömtttct , «■ (-* 

,./. -1 liVljir. 11. Winer.) exfoliative. 

2lbb(htter^^, «rfy- leiii--. "■ ir.^' 

nfrai(|.] exfoliative, -c?, Die SJlibrtitteriinf 
6eföl•^ernl)f« »TOiticl, «ifoliaiive. 

SlbblnUCn, •- »■ (»"■d with tiwen: 
10 part with blue, to lose the blue. 

2lbb(äucn, ■- «■ i- "> tiue. to bins 

siiflicienlly. 2. t O ((Jllicn) -, lo cudgel, 
to beat soundly, to tliuiiip. to thrash. 

2lbbtctben, ■>. v.n. (used with fem) 

2lbbletct)en, '. »■ iSeinronn») -, to 
bleach, to bleach duly, sutlicienlly. 

2rbbIci«^Cn, ■>• »■ (used wUh IjnUen) 
to rtnisb bleaching. 

3Ibblei(^en, •'•■ " «• ("i-ed with 

I'ein) In fade off. to fade. >]1 b (|e b I i d) en 
iiuMi ber 5,ube eiiicä .Seiifle ic) , faded. 

2lbbri(fcn, ». «• cTOernnnrn.] to 
give a flash (on the testi, to coruscate. 

Stbbtiecn, ■>. ". I. (usedwHh Onben) 
to cease glittering. Hashing or lightening. 
2. (used with frill) to flash off (again). 
[Olrtill.] to miss fire; f. 91 b b re n n c n. 

2lbblül)en, ». « i- m^ed with i,n. 

btn or fein) to finish (cease) blooming or 

s blossoms, to be out of blo.s.soin. 2. ± to 

fbll'tl)!, 1. [«or.) deflorate. 2. i decli- 
ng, decaying; nb|je blüht l)nbfll, to 
ive done blossoming or blooming. 

2lbbluten, v. <,. r siusbmren. 

2lbblutCU, "• «■ ? I ©eine geilet ic.) 



Slbblütcn, 



by 



»ilU 



il, of 1 






aibblütcn, v.n. f. «Ubblnlje 

2lbbobnen, »•«. to polish; t 

f. -JlDDnen. 

2lbboliren, •>. '■• •<> bore 

ntly. to bore quite lluough. 
SlbbOlÖrftl, ». "■ to finish b 



aiM 



6, pi. 



2lbboljrcr, »' ( 

I auger to finish the boring 

Slbborgen, ». «■ '• e 



i dinent ucbtutJteii »udje eine (Stelle -, 
to borrow a passage from a printed book; 
(Jineni emeu eicbniifen -, to take an idea 
from any one; f. «Dtoen, (J n I (e I) n e n, 

Slbborgcr. -" i-^, pi. ->< a bor- 
3lbbor<teriaB,/ > lower. 

2lbboffeln ,( ■>• «. 3n ocid)« -, to 

^Jibtuften , S emboss in war. 

5iJbl)ranö, '" (-a, pi. -bninbei 
[0}ii'tillltlr(]., ^)}?lll.] decrease, loss of silver, 
quiokhilver etc. on the test or in cleansing. 

2lbbränöler, «■ (-«, pi. -> « per 

son that has lost every thing by fire. 

aibbraffcn, « •«• m«t.] i. m brae.. 

2. lo fill tlie sails after they have been bra- 
2lbbl'atCn, 'r.v. a. to roasl. to roast 

thorouglily. 2Cul)l ubec fliit (ibgebtiiien 

2lbbratcn, ". -. to finish .oaswu» 

2lbbrOUct)f n, "■ «■ t» wear out, lo 
we... off; i. labiiiiijen. 

2lbbraucn, ■>• « '<> ^rew. 

2lbbrttUCn, •■ « 'o fimsl, brewing 

2lbbraunen, "• » «» ^lown «r to 

iiiake blown sufficiently. Ber «tnten ifl 
m<t)t oeniifl über oeljütifl dbg eb r ü u n t, 

2lbbrauncn, »•« t« io..f n.« brown 

2lbbl*aufCn, >•• « "> .^^..se loanug, 
termenting, storming etc. 

2tbbre*en, *■-. ... a. i. to break o«. 

10 take off. to break; (iSluiuen , Obil 
■iStlid)te) -, to pluck off, to break off, lo 
crop; (einen Siueifl, Stüfeni -, to slip off; 
(einen 3(il)U jc.) -, to break, ©ineiii »Vtetbe 
bie eifen -, to unshoe a horse; (ben ip.ii» 
einet 5lnfd)e ic.i -, to break; bic i«liet.ef 
-, ['Wilil.] lo break off files; Die Sä.illen -, 
(ll)p.) to knock off the balls; (ibarbro. 
e (Stlicfe, fragnienls, broken pieces 
2. t a) ((Jme !l{ebe, eine Unieil)nnblun,j ic. . 
break off; eine ?ltbeU -, to break off. 
scontinue; mil (Jinein alien Uiuoani) 
I break with any one; futj -, to cut 
; breihen lutr bonnii ab (b. h. I.iü: 
iirt)t raeitft Cnui'U t'ben) , let us leave 
abnebtod)eii (u. ©eufjetn, lütif 
broken, bi (Der nrnie «(nnn) b 1 1 rt) t 
is in a declining way. c) lo «b.te. ta 
ut, to abridge; to detract. ((S'ineia.i 
ler Söej.ll)lilll|l IC.) -, to cut (any one) 



SKeibnuno (i-tiu.i« -, 



of; fu' brid)I Rd» 3iid)ii 
;s or debars herself of i 



1, to pull down, lo tal 
®d)i|f -, ['Mfnt-l lo 
essel; em CilQet, blr 3r 



tly. 2. 

1 <' 



ilhiiig 



tlon 



4 2lt't 

aibbrec^cn, ■> ' 

3lbbVed)fn, -• (-«> ^ l. break. 'taking 

«Hbbrcc^una, /■ 5 i"i- p"'- f'"- 

ling, taking down; I'TOinetnlfl.] abruption. 
8. [iitjtt.] Die - diier 3ittit, aposiopesis, 
apoiiopesy; Mc IJlolJIidjc - Eitifä 3?cCc: 
fn^t«, apophasis. 

aibbrciten, »• <■■ l^f*"! «"1««". 

Vferblecl» -, to Hatten. 

abbrennen, ■••• <>■ "• <""'' "'"h 

icni 1. to be destroyed by fire, to be con- 
somed witb fire, to burn down, off. '2. to 
suffer damage, to lose one's property by 
fire. (Jill aibflcbrnnnter, one ruined by 
fire. 3 to cease burning, to burn away; 
(I'oni geuer) to go out; (bfiS gcucr) - Inf. 
feu, to let go out. 4 to catch fire, to go 
off (as a gun); it. to miss fire. t),lS 3>i"f = 
fr.iui 111 (ibflctirnniit, the powder has 
(lashed in llie pan. 5. f. li D « b t eu ll Cll. 

2lbbrcnncn, ir.v.a. i.iobumwith 

fire, to burn off. to burn down, to burn up, 
to burn away. 2. (S-iii ®emel)r, einefiniiDnc 
_ to discharge, to fire or to fire off a 
gun; ein geuerroctf -, to let off a fire- 
tjiork. 3. to destroy by eicessive heat; (u. 
tn ©Oiineiilji^e) to scorch, to burn. 4. 
ltc*n.] a)(3ieocI 



2lbc 

I aibbrud), "■ (-cf, p.. -titu.*e) 1. 

breaking off. breaking down, pulling down, 

I. at,;,., rfn«,n gill S?<\M Hilf den - nerfnii' 

the materials of a house that 



uffic: 



(tlie 



,e. b) Do« eifeu - 
[^Ketnlluro-] to clean 



iln) for the 



f) [Gljcni.l 



be pulled dov 

uffer damage, 
; - tfiun, to I 
; to prejudice. 



ge, in- 
leiben, 



age, I 



:e, to derogate. (Sinem (in 
Uli, to injure the reputa- 
on, to impair or to tar- 
jn, to detract from any 
1, fid) - tl,un nil ic, to 
elf of etc., to pinch one's 

b) - (beim a9ej(il)len>, de- 
duction, discount. Dljue -, without de- 
3. -(= berSBruc^), rupture. [ S(f)rlft= 
flieg.] the break (of a letter); f. Snid). 
4. the thing broken off, a fragment. Der 
ipniife«, eines (SebäuDe«, the ma- 
terials of a house that has been pulled 
iwn. &. the place where a house etc. has 
en pulled down. 6. [Will.] the breaking 
F stones (by proper means). 

aibbrUd^ifl, "dj. I. breaking easily 
f, shivering, brittle. 2. ± derogatory, 
:trimental, prejudicial; f. ^;); n (f) 1 1) e 1 1 i g. 

aibbritftcn, •>. « t» «c^id, to par- 

)il. aajLljl -, to seethe. 

aibbruQen, ■> «• '» 'orc out, to 

iwl forth, (etilem ) QUmi -, to obtain 
C bawling. 
aibbriiUCn, 'refl. äitO-, to fatigue 



:olor (to brass) by aqua fo 

2tbbrenncn, «• <-*' burning d 

il. (= ateiiiDtcnncii) [SfjeiH.] deflagra 

2lbBrcnner, "■. [«pi)!)!-! deflag 
3lbbrcötatur,/. <p' -<•"> " 

nation. aObieviature; f. 9fbfÜtltlli 
•11 1 bcei'ininrfdjrif t, /. short 
(Willing), stenography. 

Wihvfo'xvtn , "■ «• '» »'•"■'s 

jtbbvi'nactt, '>■■ "• »• i- '" 6=1 »tf>| 2W>t»üaeln, ». «■ '» fi»»'' ironing. 

to remove. SBdu fet SBnub -, lo ge. out 2l66ufetCn, »• "■ «eineni (Selbic.) -, 
of the wall. 2. i a) to bring back; to I to get by coquetish tricks, or by coaxing, 
dissuade from, (ß-ineio I'Uiii red)teii Hjfgc 
-, 10 lead the wrong way, to mislead; 
e'lneii I'on feinem SJorfn^e, feinem »or. 
t)(ibcii, Dim einer 5Reiiiunfl -, to divert a 



llirtjt I'Din ttinfell -, he will not le: 
drinking, b) (= (llifdjnJTeil) to nbrog; 

enplodcelc. 3. (Äoni, $eu IC.) -, to 

2lbbvingcn, « (-«)^ - <ei"i 
atbbrtnflung,/- S \'^'^- 

(äJeiDl>l)nl)eir) , abrogation of etc., t 
of pulling an end to etc. 

2ibbrö(fcln, " « '» bre«i 

small pietes. to crumble off. 

Wibvöäeln, »■ ». m. w. lein) 

2Jbbrötfcln, "'«^ ©W) -, tc 

° mbhvöäeln" (-«> ( .„„„^.^ 

mUn-oäen, "■ «■ "> "umb 

break iuio (siiir.ll pieces. 



Slbbrummcn, < 
2(bbrunftcn, " 



Slbbritten/ "■ «• '" '^^'"'« brooding. 

Etching. 

2tbbÜflCln, " "■ to iron, to iron 
ufficieiitly. 



üU)but}len, "■ refl. eit» -, to « 

;s streuglh with women, to eili 
g. 'UbflCbllhU, 



one's self by wenc 
hausted by wench 

2JbburÖCn, f- «■ l» Ihro« ou any 

G-inein (fnu.i« -, to take off a burden. 

2lbbÜrftcn, "• <■• (em ««eis, einen 
S?Ut IC.) -, 10 brush; (bell iSIiUlb) -, Ic 
brusli away, lo brush off. 

2lbbÜgCn, "■ "• to atone tor etc., to 
eipiate. (Sr Ijnt es nut (Selb abflCbüM, 
he has been fined for it. 

SlbbÜgCn, (-«> i expiation, atone 

aibbugUnfl,/ J ment, amends. 

aibbuttern, "■ -■• to «msh chuming 

2lbC, «. 1. a be, alphabet. 3mil - 
ael)brig, abecedary; Ilild) Pent — , alphabet 
ic, alphabetical, alphabetically; nnd) bcu 
- orbllcil , to alphabet. 2. 1 the first rudi 
meats, beginnings. 3. [il)|).J alphabel 

SlbCbd II f , /. 1. bench for the primer 
scholars. 2 ± 3fod) .inf ber - fi^eti, to b, 



)n: - fi^t, one who 

row, t horn-book. 

Sfbcflinbe, ^ m. primer-boy, abece- 

albcfcl)üler, ^scholar, .ibecedarian, 

21 b c f (1) Ü § , o ) alphabetarian , a scho. 
lar still in the alpliabet. 

91bcle^rer, m. abecedarian. 

5IbCDrbnunfl,/. order of the alphabet. 

9(bt((lfel,/. alphabetical board. 

3lbcj(ll)l, /. lXl)p.] alphabet; f. 91 b c 
Nro. 3. 

2lbCirfetn, ■>• «■ l. to measure or 
delineate with compasses, or \vith a com- 
pass. 2. i lo define with great precision; 

any thing, ^o speak with ridiculous nicety. 
2H»C0ntCrfCiCn, \ » <» to portray; 

2lbf ontcrfcicn , ) f. üibmnren, 

aObilben. ®i(t) - Inffen, to sit for one'« 
piclure. 

2(bcDi>tren, }<>«■ it» "py, to 

2lbf0J>tren, j transcribe. 2.to draw, 
to sketch; f. 9Ibm(tlen, 9Ib fd)i:eib tn .. 
31 b J e i <() 11 e n , 9J n d) j e i d) ii e n ic. 

W)iaä) , "• (-cf, p(. -i>(id)«5 

[3ltd)itl larmier. 

W>ia^tn , "• " '■ (= nbberfen) to 
uncover, to unroof; f. Slbbetten. 2. to 
slant; l!8rfeflifliiii(i«t. , ®ni;tcnf.] to slop«, 
to escarp. 3. (bei 9R(iiirernJ eine 'OTniiEC -, 
to cope a wall. 

WLhbaäfin, '■ "fl. ^\<b-, tosiop« 

(off), to run out in a slope. 

2lb&a«J)ig, «<<;■ sloping, slant, slant- 
ing, declivous, t slope. 

Jlbfcafä&Ung, l.\-, ober bn« 91 b= 
b(ld)cn, a) unroofing, b) the act of sloping, 
escarping. 2. a slope, descent, fall, 
slanting, escarpment, slopeness, declen- 
sion, declination, declivity ; [«efefllfllinfl«f.[ 
a slope, talus, escarpaient; f. 03 &fd) II II fl 

'2(b&ämmen, "• « to dam up; to 

dike, to surround widi a dike, to embank. 

SlbOammer, »> (-«, pi- -) on« 

alböämmung, / '. damming up. 

2. embankment; f. D .Mil m. 

aibiam^fcn, -■ « (u«ed wuh fein) 

1. to evaporate. - Inffell, to (cause to) era- 
porale. 2. to cease steaming etc. 

%bidmlDUn, «■ « '■ to cause to 
evaporate, to evaporate; to vapor away. 

2. to complete the evaporation of etc. 3. 
[f>ort)t.] (9Icpfelic.) - Mfjeii, lo have ... 
stewed. 

2lbBam;j>fen, » <-t> ( evapora- 
2lbBam»>fung,y. ^ tion. 

2lb&anfen, >■■ <■• l. I» discharge, to 
dismiss, lo discard, gut (ätrnfc -, to 
cashier; (ein ^feijiment) — , to disband, to 
break up. Zai iSi)(( - l*)Jt(it.) to pay off, 
to discharge the crew; ein ,i*(jeb n II 1 1 et 
iSolbiit, a disbanded soldier. 2. 1 'Uferbe 
unb tilgen -, to part with carriage and 
horses ; eili @d)lff - , [*fl?nr.] to lay up a 



2lböanfcn, 


"• "• '■ to resign, to 




, lo abdicate, to wilh- 


aw, 10 ask for 


one's discharge. D"r 


ntrer l)nt obge 


bonft, the rector ha. 



516 b 

living. 2. (Bei 



ncfeter), to call tor tlie l.ist time (at 
■eak of day); [ilifilt.) lo aiinouiice. 
ilfcfcantUtig, / l Jisclmrge. 



Uli 



funeral sermon (oratioi 
(of anigtit-watcli In (lie 
-, Hilt 6(1* '3lbi<.in(e 

91t>6niifniig«rclie,/ f. abtdiidiiif 

Nro. 3. [Ing a funeral sermon 

911' 6 (1 n f u 11 Ü Ö a f ". «• f«« for pr'ath 

3l6&arben, •>■ " si* ©too« -, tc 

depriie one's self ofefc, to deny one'< 
seif Komething; f. >21 6 Iicecf) eii. Seinem 
•■TOullCe <im<ti -, to pincli or stint one's 
self, to starve one's body for etc. 

SlbSarbeti, ■• "Ji- si* -- <° ^<''"' 

one's kcif in food. 

iUtitarren, •■ «■ (»lertM i-wniii 

-, to dry, to dry sufficiently. [drying, 

2l(»5arrcn, ■>• "■ mmi.] to fimsii 

Sb&C<fCn, »• «■ '• '<> uncover-, (i'^li 
paui) -, to unroof. Den llfct) -, to re- 
move the cloth, to clear the table, tc 
lalie away. 2. (ein Stücf Siel)) -, to flay, 
to flea, to sliin. 3. i([ i(Jinen) -, to cudgel, 
to belabor, 8 to bang. 

2)lt>b-C(fer, "•■ <-«. pi- -1 flay"- 



morkins. 

2l6bCcEcrei, / l- fl-^ying. 's. a llay- 
Ing-place. flaying - house. 3. the flayer's 
dwelling-house. 

2lbÖCic^Cn, ■■ a- 10 dike, to snr- 
round wilhadike. 10 inclose or separate 
witi, dikes; f. 91 b Sä mm en. 

Slb&eicöutig, /• "i'kiug. 

'?IbBCra, »- [©ei'flt] Abdera. 

Jlböeritc, "> '-». p>- -n» '- A^de 

rite. 2. t a fool. 

91 b S e r 1 1 e 11 11 r e i d), m. piece of folly. 

2H>&erittf*, "*. l- Abderlan. 2. ± 
Abderian, foolish, silly. — ad„. foolishly, 
sillily. 

MbiidCn, <■•■ <>■ to make thick, to 
thicken; f. aSeröirfcn. 

2H)Stelcn, ■■• ". ■• (©tne fiommetj 
-, to separate, to partition by deals or 
boards, to partition or board off. 2. ((Sine 
©till),') -, 10 furnish with a flooi-, lo Boor. 
'3)tiin tint tibfle Hielt, the house, the room 
etc. is floored uvith pine boards etc.). 

2Hj&tenen, ■>• a. l. to serve for a 
debt, to pay off (., debt> by personal ser- 
vice.lto clear off (a debt) by service ; f. 91 b. 
»etMenen. 2. f. 91u6bienen. 3. [Oeril.] 
to carry off the victuals from the table. 
to take away. 

SIBMngen, tr v. a. l. ^tmai uom 
greife -, to abate in buying, to cheapen, 
to beal down. 2. (Jincni &mi\i -, to hire 

2lbDiftiuttren, r.a.f.atiiueiten. 

iMbSodEcn, <>. a. [^ffiniCmfpr.] to un- 

2lb&0nnern, ■> « to cease thunder- 
ing. - V. a. to thunder forth; ? lo let roar 
«cannons). 



3it'b 

2tb&0J)VPl«, »a. [bri S(t)ntim,i(f)etn] 

«MböOrrCtl, »■ <•■ (»^^i «Uh femi I. 
f. 91116 CUrr en. 2. to dry away, to gel dry 
and fall off lor die away). 9Ib()ebl>rtt 
(IHMl einem (5)IiePei, dried, withered, shrivel- 
ed. 

2tb8tSrren, "• «- l. to dry, to dry 
sufficiently, 10 make dry. to dry up. to 
parch lup), to roast. 2. [TOctiinnto 1 to re- 
duce by liquation. 

'Hbbörrofen , >« <-«, pi- -ofcm f- 
2(biiDx-rung, / drying etc. 

MbbVabt, '"■ tin-shavings, chips of 



2lbe 



3lbiirängcn, 



älbörauen, ■>■ « r- 9i6iiroi)en. 

'2lbbVecf)f ein, "■ «- '■ to separate 
by turning on a latlie ; to turn off. 2. (eine 
JSllcjcl K.) -, to finish turning. 3. 1 91 B D e= 
freihielt , affected, mannered. 

Mbbveben, ». a. i. to wring off, to 

twist off. 2. r.2Bei)Crel)cn, SBeoroen: 
te«. ,1. f. abSreefifeln. 

aiDiref^cn, -- « i- '» "-"sh off; 

r. 9liisi'refd)en. SEBeijen, SKD(j(jen rOer 

2. ia> 9lbgeiii-of(l)en, beaien. trite. <iH. 
Hi (ib,je!>vi>rit)enei5 3c"0, old trite stuff; 
Me 91boc!>r»frt)enl)eit, the triteness (of 

cert, to agree privately; \. aiernbve: 
Ben. Qc rone ein nbo (öt offene t $.in: 

(&inenj -, to thrash, to diub, lo bang, lo 
matil, to beat soundly, iljfftrlg L>Der lutltfer 
-, to thrash soundly. 3. lo finish Ihrash 
lug. 91boetiro|-(i)en (jnbeii, to have done 
thrashing; f. 91 u « Mf efd) e 11. 4. Seine 
äebulD bei (Jineni -, to pay or clear off 
a debt by thrashing. 

mbriUen. v.«. r. 9ib6tinoen. 

2lbSrin(JCn, •'■• »- ». emem (S-tmn« 

Slbfcvingen, »■ -^-i) i extortion, 
2Jb^rtngung,/- S «action. 
^bbrohen, »■•'- (ß»'™ e-nMir)-, 

to get by threatening, to extort from etc. 

2Jb&rU(E, »'- (-e«,p(.-!)ni(fe) HT>ai 
9lBDtii(fen) impression. Dec - teinee ®ie= 
gelä) ill 5D3Llrt)6 , the impression in wax. 2. 
Bcr - (eiltet ^etfc^tiftr k. ), impression, 
stamp, mark; ein — , impression, copy, 
[finufetil., £iil)i'(it, ic] impression, (5-tn - 
in ©1)1)«, ein ®ppä:91l)tirncf, a plasier- 
cast; em - por Der ©d)rifi (Doer «vani la 
lettre), [Supferfl. le.J a proof impression; 
2000 9lf)Drücfe I'Qii einem »udje icrrtjen, 
to strike off two thousand copies of a book; 
9lbbtiirf£ (= Spntilcine), ['»iturj,) ly- 
polites. 3. i image, picture. 4. - (= 91»i 



g ,1.1 enter Slnitei , 


trigge 


r. 5 the 


act of 


Hing the trigger. 








91btrncf(«)|Una 


r,/. - 


(nil ein 


cgsin 


, stopper. 








2lb8ructen, " 


o. 1. 


to print 


toita 


ul, to impress, to 


stani 


p, 10 ma 


ke the 



nprin 



(lilt i 



feinem (5)efid)ic i|l Sjerjiucifliiii.j a b fl e 
Ö 1 11 (f r i^itt 6 1- ii (f t (iff) eie Bi-riiDcifinii,] ,ii 
despair is stamped upon or on his face. . 
((5in Slid), einen itnpferilid) :c.) -, to prii 



3lbfcru(f en, ". ». (used wuh lu-iben. 

to soil, to luaculate; j". 91 b j'd) m n 9 e n. 

2lb&vit(fen, "• (-«» pimting, im- 

priming, iiiipression, 

2tbÖrUefCn, "• «- l- to separate or 
loosen by pressing. 2. i Qi minH ll)ni 
Cn« §erj nbflebtürfi f)a6en, roeniiit., his 
heart would have burst, if etc. .!. ((rin 
(Seiueljt !e.) -, to fire off, to discharge; 
(einen Jir'eil) -, 10 let fly. 4. t (einem ©i. 



0,1«) • 



älbörürfen, ». « (used wuh tiMta> 

1. -, uom llfet -, t'Mrtr.l to set sail, to 

2. 1 o to depart this life. 
2lb6ubeln, ■■• »• (©in Siesdjen) -, 

2lbÖUnfc(n, <>■ <>■ cemen 3"ia i>f« 
Seiten S-nrbe; -, to eliange (into) a darker 
color. 

2lbÖUnften, "• »• (used with renn 

vapni. 

ülbSunftcn, "• (-«> ( 
SIbOunftung,/- )"«p°""«' 

2ibÖÜnften, "• »■ to evaporate. 

2ibl»unftung,y- ) 
aibiunftcn," (-«).r"''°""'"' 
ülböünftung^tifluö, » (= ©r» 

Citlj.lllf. [4(11(11). J diying-house. 

2lb6Ui>fCn, "- <»- i» d.y by tipping, 
to dry up. ((S-iiie mawie) -, to dry by 

2lbebCnen, ; k.« l.tolevel,toaiake 
SlbcbnCn, 5 even. 2. [filltldpn] 
Cinen <)5clj -, to clip the hair of a fur. 

2lbecc, 1". «Jiic- 

ilbetfen, <>- a to take off, it. 10 make 
corners or edges. 

2lbegCn, I <>■ <■- m harrow off, 

2lbeggCn,) d^r, to harrow tuf. 
ficiently. to finish harrowing. 

iUbett^en, ". ». m gags- to gauge; 
f. ©id)en. 

Slbeifern, "• «/»■ ®id) -, "> «haust 

one's self by zealously doing something. 
älbCilcn, "• n- (used with fern I f 

SDCteilen. Jself by hurrying. 

2lbetten, "• rifi- «id;-, to Ure ones 
2tbcifen, » «• iSmen ieiddc.) -, to 

Jlbeifen, -- «- <"sed wuh i,,.beii) t. 
2tbete, Jlbclfe, /. [Sorj «hit« 

poplar. ,.l)el tree. 

2lbclmof*, I '"■ I»" ) ^i"i- 

2lbeIm0f*UÖ, S '»"»''' abelmosk, 
abelmosclms. 

2lbCnb, >n- (-<, pi- -e> 1. even, (Jf 
U)5i)Ul.) evening, night, (f u. ^i eve. 91Ue 
-, «very evening; (jiiten -! good evening! 
auf ben -, biefeii -, t)cute -, in the evening 
ivening. to night ; l)eute - rant !« uoU, 



«be 



21be 



«•e haTf haJ a ftiM night; (|r(l«n -, yesterday 
tTtning, last niglit; i'pri)cftfrn -, the night 
befnre last; (Ifgfll -, towards eveninj 
>^ltr^^Il. '« draw towards evening; ti »iri) 
-, evening draws near, it is gettini 
gets dark; ,11 - cfftn, to .up. 2 i the 
ning (of glory etc.). T>er - ^fS Üfbcn«, 
evening oflife. Pror. g-f ift mull llid)t 

9^tt^^,^eit, nle'cn^(lun^c^) evening. (Jin l)el< 
1115fr - , l'^f^ SJ E (1 n b f 11 6 , eve ; tfr Ijciliiie 
-, chrislma.s-eve. 4. |(3)eDgr., Slilron.) (;= 
«HJed, SDfftfiO tlie west, Occident. (5)E(|en -, 
wemerly; geofn - gelegen, western . occi- 
dental. 5. in I'iflen Siifnnmienfe^unacn : 
evening; 1. 39. (evening prayers. 

iatenDnnCndlt, /. evening devotion. 



9Ibe 



6111ft, /. 
Mufl,/eve 



ngpleasuri 



(1 e n M II ft l> 

DEn6mnl)l 

5tfl.] tai -, t)eiU(\e 



,f. f. Slbcnbluft. 

supper. '2. [(ri)rifH. 

the Lord's supper. 

munion. 3iini - (\et)en, 

the Lord's Slipper, to attend the 

Lord's supper, to panake of the »acra- 

n. to conimunicale. [^J?prf(lin.] 
ne ; tai - flcnifgtn attr enipfnU; 



^Mbe 



•Jibe 



t,/. 



91ficiiM'ftrn(f)ttinn,/ ) '"''''• 
9lbtn6(ie6nnfcii, m. pi Smeditati 
>3lf.en6bI,Ut,n. /„,„; ,p, 

9U e 11 6 b r 11 m e , ./.[«ot.l marvel of P< 



9IbfllPblrOb,n. ever 
f. lälbenbfffcii. Zai tu 
»rob. 

Slbenbcicfel 

91 b e n 6 b (1 111 tn 
light, dusk of the evening. 

!Ubenbcffen,ii. supping; 
- jiircdjt moAfn, to get suppe 
äfit, f. supper-lime. 

«btnfhil.fe, ">■ «i-irrow 

abfnbfnitfr, m. ) haw! 

ilbf nbl'Oflcl, m. S »phi. 



al. «upper 
f. SBi'iDEr 

tl*<lft 

f. 9lbcnb()CfPl( 
>"\. f- evening twi 



lupper. t)nf 



night 



ibfcitt,/. f. 9iecnbnnb(\(t)t. 
libonno. m. 1. evening walk. 2 
H lode bearing westerly. 
Ibflcbet, n. evening prayer. 
IbOEflEnb,/. western region. Ih. 



JflCln 



ng bell. 



1. f. 9(be 
nft,/. ^ 
enbfreif,™. >i 

tnbflefpriid), n. f. 91be 



ibflefo 
ibflffe 






ii«tli 



rritfifll, 10 adminislcr 
bnlteii 1= ,11 ©cttee Tifri) fle: 



f. celebration of 

Otr, -(«)() (\ (I, 



Dg, m. eoinuiti 
nmnnion prayei 



-t AHanti 

If- [■« 
S pers. 



f. Mbenbflfbft, 91bp 
iibpiinft,m.[9mi-Dn.II 



91benb(ll<lllJ, m. )^ the splendor 
91btnb()Clb, n. S the setting »un 
Slbcnbfllorfe,/ evening bell; curfi 
9IbenCfii)ttc6bicn(l, m. evening • 



91bc 



I the 



>fo(l,/. supper, 

brob. 

Sfilljlt, /• 'I'f < 



9l6tnBtt>tl), n ( . 
9Ib«lilir5ff)f, /. ^ 



1 morning gray, 
ffdlfin, m. !■ 911 



91benb(lttriTanb, 

91 b e 11 b ft 11 n 6 e , A 
91beiibtnfcl,/. si 
91benbtf)(i". "■• 
9Ibfnbtif((), m. 
n-, irt) l)ibebcn-bti 

ll,r,/.'we 



9(be 



m. [9iftron.] vies 

ipper.. 

lie night-dew. 

iupper. Qr flitt mir 

evening draught 



9Ibf 



cljnit 



9lbenbiMMc,/. [SBot.] juliar 
9lbenbi'0(ifl, m. f. sJTndKfn 
9ief llbUDlt, n. western natio 
91bcnblBnrt*, ndv. weslerl 



9Ibenbroc 
91bcnMvinb, m 
ing breeze. 2. west 



, J. mnron.] we 



miet\b§, "rf" 


in the ev 


eniug 


65C|lE 


, f. 91 b 1 11 ^. 








SIBenteuer, 


n. (-{•) 


pi. - 


, 1. s 


euture, venture. 


enterpri 


e of 


haza 


ndertaking of cl 


ance or 


dange 


r. (S 


bfftEljen, m<\<tt\\ 


to haz 


rd or 


to e 


ounter aii adven 


ure; ,-.li 


- (1 


ififlCl) 



tlbf(f)i(f)t, /. [TKiri.J the task or 
hours commencing in the evening. 
Ibfdimnuf , m. evening feast. 



ife, /. f. 9lbe 



ade. goodniglil. ffill -, (JincMl rill 



[91(lrijn. 11. ?1 Vrnu.. Vesper, Hespen 
•I. ini» V)(\me einpr Srltiinni evening si 



;cident. 

2ll)cntcuercr, »-• i-f, p'- - 
2Hientcurer, 

aibcntfuercrinn, / 'p' -'» 
2H)cnteurfrinn, 

^benteuerlidi , "''J 5 



mbenteuerüäiteit, /• '• »J""- 

oddity, strangeness. 2. strange thing. 3. 
quixotism. 

^Ibetitfuerit, " "• t i» "ek ad- 

2lbfr, '"'''• (=iibErmiil*, 110(f)) »gain, 
once more. tdtlfEnb imb - tnllfEllb Wnt, 
a thousand and a thousand times. 

2lbfr, '""./• i"''- ~ ''b*. - bfiiiibtfi, 

bniiiPd) -, but yef ; - foiift, I'Dfr -, fi'iifl -, 
else, or else; - flif i(f)t))i'l)l , liowever. ne- 
vertheless; linn-, but now;-,-! but alas ! 



IS some huts, some objections. 
2H)frarf)t,/ [DEUtliD. 3?eiAl double 

2lt>Crfcf n, ' " '" S'' l-y inheritance 



211', 



Hb\ 



iperstitiously 
iperstitious 



SJberglauI'ig, '"'-'■ ••«"?' 

!. bigot, bigoted. 

Slbfvgldubifdj, ••'')■ ^"v 

r.-i -e, superstitiouMie«. 

2tbcrglaubifcb,"''''»"p< 
SIberglhul'tgfeit,/ »" 

""aibcrfennen, *■- -• "■ }'^f\l' ® 

"'ilberflaue,/ f älftertlnne. 

ga[berma(lj)l, / «'''• "s-"- ' 
2lbcrraa(())B, 5 f'"'''»""'^<"" 

more, repeatedly. [ed, iterati 

2lbcrn , ••■ " <»"'' "'"' ''""'"' - 

imnuT tin 5IbEr l)iif!cn, f- Sllicr. 

SlbCrnamC, •"■ I- ©«in.pfnnm 
lUbernnmf.llnunme- _ 

aibn-ntcn, -'■•f-316<.rn6tei.. 

Slbcrobcrn, ■•■'■• ^^'""" '^"'"' 

- 10 conquer from etc. 

'sMbcrraute,/- (^ecermute, st,i 

n.„rj. southern-wood. 

2Iberfaat,/ second »»«mg. 
sabcrftnu, >"■ (-'« »I'^ti'"'^»' P""- 

nacil> . slubboinuess. 

aibcvftnnig, "''.'■ »'"bbon.^,^ ousti- 
""gibcrwi^, "■• (-f«> °> ";""'/"';.' 

„it; mock -reasoning; absurdity; conce. 
tedness; imbecillily of mind, craxiness, <le 
rangement. 

disordered in mind, """' 

crazv, foolisli. concei 

SaberWi^ifl, «rfr »onsens 

2lbef*ern, r- sififdjetn- 

aibcffcn, ."■•'""■ °ff"^';;; 

,c ) - to clear by eating. Bn6 glei 
nnem'snochen-, o^et einen Snocfie 
pick a bone; cinf 6d)Ul^f«6Er^^fl 
pav one's self by living at llie d 



; for 



[craxily. 
nsically. 

ten tfOei 



se from table. 'OlboCflMle 
ave done dining-'or supping. 

aibcfnnien, I" (-«' 
2tb«fftntcn, itndjdQ 



eating; 
1 liflbE», 



iitd) S?( 
nr.]Aby 



Slbfa^eln, •• " "> f«" »"«>• ^ 

«HbfO^Cn, •■■ « 1. to partition, (g. 
nfn »I'lrtirrfrtiriiiit K.) -, '" divide into com 



t. VI f t(l O) U II u. 

«abfac^ung, /• '• "'"i'i"" '""• ""' 

partmenls. 2. i classification. 

2H)fdfceIn,-«r.9ii'fäbnen^ 
2(bfa&cnen, ( r.a. (>TOnr.i f.8n^ 
2lbfob»rtcn, 5 ""^" 
Slbfatncn, r «. soijnni -, to stnni 

"Jubfafien,- „ -iibf.utgcn. 
aibfaljvcn, *-•■ ■> » " (&m'e" &* 

llrin lO -, to lake off by driving a wliee 
over a tiling, to break by driving a car 
tiage against a tiling, to break off by 
carriage, to knock off by driving. U^in 
Si.lb It.) -, to break, to drive off. 2 
3!,i'., Me ©dornen, eine gtr,i6e !c.) 



,vear out by driving. 3. Ifincn i 

I) to make (a road) by driving, b) 

sure (a road) by driving a carria 

it. 4. («ptcrbE .t.) -. '" overwork. 

drive. 5. (dtwai ui'ii einem One) - 

ry off 01- away . to carry. 6. to i 

(a debt etc.). (Jine etftnlD -, to clear off a 

debt by driving for one's creditor, 7. 2)rci 

'5j;eilen -, to cut off three miles by driving 

the shorter road. 8. Sen SoH -, to evade 

the customs; C. 11 111 f n It r e U. 

aibfabrcn, "• -• "• i«"'' »i"' f''") 

1. to set out, 10 go off, to start, to depart, 
to (set) sail, Som lifer, CllU^e -, to put 
10 sea, to bear off, to put off from the 
shore; ten StrDiii -, Dter ilrDni.it'^ 
fn^ten, to sail down the stream, 2, i 
fiurj ntit (Jincm -, to be short wiih 
ny one; et 111 Ü6cl n bflcf nlire n , he was 
adly disappointed. 3. - {luie Clue ajrt ic), 
3 fly olf (in an oblique direction) , lo 
lance, 4. ± i5old)e Seitien f>il)ren (in iljtu 
6, he is proof against such hardships. 5. 
— fel)lf(1^cnl) to drive astray. SBdiu riM)^ 
en "Brae -, to dri.e out ot the right road, 

JUbfabrcn," fsi6f-ii)ri. 

SJbfahrt,/ (|''--e"> l. emigtallon, 
departure, going off, setting out, starling. 
■Bt.lr.) departure, lime or act of sailing 
HDll Ccnfon, a departure from London 
■ uon einer Slnijöbe, descent; - in Me l)i>l)i 
see, niaking the ofHng. 2. 1 Die - .lUi 

departure. 4. [3{ed)I*l>r.] - m» eiucii 
One), f. aibjufl. aiL-jn,i «red)i, 91b 
i"fl«flel^• 

nibfnhrtfflanof. /■ I'W.ir ] a il..; 
isted ai parting, flag of departure, Iht 
blue peter. 

bf,ll)tt«0''l''' "■ '■ ■viaticum. 2 
19{ed)i«ipt.] money paid to government by 
jigunts; f, 31bJU0«()elll. Iparlnre. 

!U6f(il)rifLtrt, m. [«äu-.j place of de- 
Qlf)f(il)rUred)t, n. [3ifd)IiS|"pr.l f. 9U'= 
igSredX. [fi"d at deparling. 

91 b I n I) 1 1 f I'd) u C. "■ 1 M'lr.) signal gun 

2lbfaa,".(-E*. p'- -("»«>• '■•■'"'"^ 

r; - (tlf6 Cnilbe« K.), fall. 2. the descent 
land or a hill, descent of waler. f..ll 
et - eine« glulief <= 233eliri, waste weai 
■ wier. 3. - Db. pL Ülbf.illc, refuse 
r.ipings. cliippings, filings, shavings 
ired«. clipping«, parings, chips, rubbisli 
• mains, waste. 'Jlbf.llle (v. iud)l , (bei 
_,(l)neibetii] shreds of cloth; [S?a»it\] (55er 
Infi (im ®ei»iri)t) deficiency, defect. Der - ihm 
', waste silk, Die >21bfiine (I'on flc 
)icten Xljiereu), (bet O.infen to gib 
[bei 51eifd)etnl waste meal, offal lo 
butcher's mean, a call's or lamb's pluck 
4. Det - eoiii 2Dii(Tct ibei einem 2Dii(Tcr 
ivetfe) a wasle-pipe. a. i a) a falling away 
defection, desertion, revoll, llllfcr - I'Cl 
ir defection from God; bet - JU 
ben 5eln^en , desertion, defection; b 
lion bet Steliflilili, apostasy; dissent; b) d 
nulion, decline, decay, decaying. 5n~f 
men, to decline, to decay, to go to de 
c) [-ffiin.] bet - bf6(Sel)nlI^ (bet (Jrje), 
becoming of a worse quality, di (C 
Jnttf), a falling away, fading, decay 
(beSSBrtncS), decaying, e)«- (jroifdjen 



-, Dtnarii), tonira.t; f. älbilid); ß) bie ilb' 

ea- fiille, gradations, sliades. f) bie abf.lll. 

3(e(!fl), exceptions. 6. [-3»,ir.] - (ei: 

5d)lffr«) , deflection, falling off. 7, 

[llsvninrtlerf.] escapement, scapenient; f. 

5) em m una. 

QlbfiUUriSlite, /. (bei IB.iffa-iverftn), 

SMbfaUcn, '■-•■ »■ "■ <"«d «nh fen, 

10 lall olf, 10 drop, to fall; (I'On »l.Hti 

tevii, «retell. 5-trid)teii) to fall olf; -iieinic, 

to fall from etc. 2. i -, Dbet V'l'm S-leii'rfjf - 

•TCcnfdj.tnic), to fall away, to lose flesh. 

= ilbti.1 bleiben) to be left; f. Olt'fiill 

3. 4. i a) 6« fftllt iiidjt I'icl nb (bei 

n ®efd)iifie), it is an unprofitable busi- 

i ei mirb bnbti mid) für mid) Qtmai -, 

pe to profit a little by it. b) {^=-. uer. 

lAffen) to fall off. SB.'ii (Jineni -, to fall off 



11, revelled, rebel; imti bet Ob. feiner 

n apostate; ein I'on i-einet 3Mia'on ilb; 
fiUlenet, an apostate from the faith, 
istate. a renegade, renegado. c) — (I'pni 
lifter), - to fall; - (I'bit Subcn), to fall 
ay, to fade, lo decay; - (tuini 2Deili), 
turn, to decay; , (noil ©rjen) , (•»fin.] 
become of a woise quality, to hold less 
■. d) (I'on (JrjiiDetii) [Win.) to lake 
other direction, e) to shelve, lo slope, 

contrast, lo differ; l". '2Ib(led)en. g) ['Biilt.) 
fall off. to s»g. to incline to the leeward. 

make leeway, h) [aC.iiMufpr.] (oon 250 = 
,,„ ,o fly from a tree. 

SIbfOHeil, "■ "• ®'* tG-t,V,1^ -, to 
t.nk (off) ill 01- by falling. 

mbfaUen, »■ (-«' '• 3Jnf - «ef 

MilTcri), falling; - (bet »bitter lo, lal- 
ig. falling off. 2.-(fiiic«®d)iffci), [-Bdit.] 
lling off. sagging, 

2lbfäfli9, <"'J- '• '«"'"B "f.- f»"i"s- 

lien off. 2. 1 a) (i1broeid)tnb) different, 
b) Die -en giiifen, the inieresi, rents that 
e due. c) - iverben , to fall off'; to fall 
vay, to decay. OSon bet gjelifltou - mer. 
n, to apostatize, to turn apostate. G-imn 
nindjen, to make any one desert *tc. ; ctn 
Slbfnlliorr d'on feiiitt SvehQii-n it.) , an 
lie, a renegade, renegado . lecicnit, 

jroving. - bcfdjciten, to deny ; to re- 

3. sloping, slielving, iitcliniiig down. 

ward, inclined. [2. i apostasy 

2Ibfatttfltcit, /• I- f»ii- -lei^iiviiy. 

5MbfOl;cn, v. a. l. l®erb.J 1. alb, 
iffit. 2. I. -Ubbnioen. 3. Iliid)ier.) 
(g-iii »vttt) -, lo rabbet. 

aibfangcn, ».a. i. ei.um s-t,Da«-, 

10 calcii a tiling away from etc.; ibdc 
2Dii(Tct) -, to turn off. 2. f-ffiin.] (e-Iii'.i*) 
-, to support by beams and props. 3.[9Biltb= 
mfur.l- (einen fiitfd) ic.) to stab. 4. 1 C (ffi^ 



ijlbfdrbcn, 

loioiiglily. 

SUbfavbcn, 



aibfrtfdn, 
Slbfnfcln, 



aii)f 



2lbfafcrn, "• "■ "> fr" <"><« <"> '»i'^ 

off, fibres. Sonnen -, to string beans. 

sabfafcrti,"-"- M-i»»^ 

«Mbfafcrn, '• "/r. g.rt) -, 5 fibres; 

2lbfa^Cn, " n. (lif(i)let.l to round 

2lbfaffen, <>■ «• '• '» «■>'•. '» "Pi- 
rate. Suni IC. -, 10 measure corn; (nuimh 
fltn) 10 weigli out. 2. (allien) -, to take 
hold of etc., to seize, lo arrest. 3. ((?1M 
©tflif g-ifeu) -, 10 bend. 4. lo write, lo 
pen, to couch; (cine Sdjvift, ein Ifflnraent 
le.) -, to draw up; (fine sprctiflt !c.) -, to 
compose. [ning, drawing up, writing. 

aibfrtffCn, «• C-6) composing, pen- 

Slbfaffcr, ■«■ i" "'»' p^"'> '''«"^ "p- 
'"^b faff una,/- )■ f. 5iufoffe", •■■ 

2. the style in «liich any tiling is written. 

mfaften , "■ «• <mM <amw -, to 

atone lor etc. by fasting. 

iUbfOftCn, ■>. refl. ®id)-, to exhaust 
one's sirenglli by fasting. 

albfaulCn, "• >'• C'-ed with feiu) to 



'Jlbf 



2lbfn»imcn, " «• 

to talie oil llie trotli, to s 



oir. 



'O'T'i 



Sdjeliu, ädjmfc. »" arrant luiave, an aicli- 
rogue; f. ©rjfdjiitfe !c.; nljfle f(i iiui = 
te aSoölifit, concocted malice. 

2lbfect)tcn, /•■■ -• - i- >» s^t by 

fighting. 2. J f. >1U'l'ClteIll. 

21(bfc4»ten, "■ <■(/!■ I- Si* -, "> fa- 
tigue one's seif with fighting. 2. 1 iSid) 
Im ®tin'cl)eii mit Den <p,iiitiEn -, to gesti- 
culate in speaking, to attitudinize. 

2Hjfe&crn, "• «• '• (©i" fiieiMc.) -, 

lo free from featliers. 2. lo plucli oB the 
featliers. (gill <pill)ll :c.) -, to strip of llie 
featliers. lo pluck; f. 3Jll|)fEll. 

2H)fc&crn, "• «■ (used wuh ijunid 

to slieil or lose the featliers, lo molt, lo 
mew iNc le(a)lhers, lo mew. 

Slbfeflcn, "• «• '■ '<> ■■'■i'- «'p^ <"■ 

•weep off. (.Den SSoCeiuc.) -, to cleanse by 
aweeping. Den ®tnii6-. lodusi. 2.i[-Meli.] 
-be -Wlltil, delergenis, abslergents, ab- 

2lbfCger, '->• ^ person that dean- 
2lbfCflertnn,/5 ses by sweeping. 

«Mbfcgen, "■ <-«'' wi.in» osetc 
Olbfcgung,/- s'""' 

2»bfetCrn,<'-<'-[TO.nMl.91l,üiei-eii. 

2(bfcitcn, •'■ « '■ «> fii«, i« cut 

with a llie, 10 file off. 2. to file sufl'icienlly. 
mbfeiUm, ".(-«, file dust, filings; 

f. 5fiii,1)t, Seiifpnljiu. 

Üibfeüvaipel, /■ ipi-'» « iteat r,-,sp 

Died in tiling. 

2lbfcilfd)cn, "• "■ '» s»' i-y ^'^ 

gaining ; i". 51 Ü 1) n n i) e 1 1., 'Jl f t n it ten, H t> ■. 

älbfeiinen, !•■ »■ i. -iitfiiumcu. 

2lbfetnfn, ... ... (aucfci-)-, to refine. 

Jlbffnftern, .•.<!. of.5iii«rrt)EiteM. 
aibfeviitjcrt, "■ "■ '■ le-iiie ^u-. 

(cit) -, to finish, to complete, lo do. 2. 
(SineiD-, to send away; i(5|Mfii, (JtiUili;i -, 



!ck, to snub; f. M6fNl)rcn. 
ss. (fineii, fur), fnl)I -, to m 
rk will) any one. to send any c 



fi.icni. 

aibfcvtigung, /■ / finishing, dis- 
2lbfcvtigcn, «• (-8)5 patching, dis- 

sniart repartee etc. 

2tbfcrttgung§f(^ein , '«• f^'y 

" saVfcffeinT r',.."ir6- n't fef re 1 M. 

Stbfctten, f- «• '■ '» '«ke o« nie 

fat. 2. to make greasy. 

«Mbfettcn, "• "• «used «Hh l)at.en) 
to part wilh grease; lo lose tat. 

2Jt>fCU(^ten , v. «. l. to take off 
the huiiiidity. l. lo make wet . to mois- 
ten . to wet. 0. H. lo lose moisture. 

2ibfeucrn, ■>- «• '■ to shoot, to sre 

off, to fire; leini; «piflole) -, to discharge; 
(elite 9KiiSfete, JtiiiiDiie) -, to fire on or 
nteic. ülögcfeuert! [-Wilit.) fire! 

2IbfeUCrn, "• "• [fn ecljmeljljiitlen 
IC] to cease heating, firing. 

albfeuevn, «■ (-«< the act of fir- 

2lbfcuerung, / j mg, firing off. 

a discharge, lliitee 91 1) fc 11 et 11 11 g 6rt fin. 

IIDIICII, under a salute of guns. 

2lbft(ECn, / u. a. to wear out by 

atbfttfc^Crn, ^■■»■I'l'ing backwards 

Slbftc&eln, <=■ ". i. ((s-m etiicf: 

dicil) -, lo scrape to fiddle, 2 10 sepa- 

rate, to ivcar out by rubbing ; f. 91 1) fi if en. 

SlbftCicrn, "• "• [tsi Olnfei-n] Df-ä 

(SUi - . to cut off the extremities of glass. 

2lt»fte&evn, »• »• f. sitfesetu. 
aJbftljen , "■ «. ©ineii - , to give 

any one a rebuke; |. 91 ii j f 1 1 je li. 

Jlbfttotren, <>■ «■ 'o finer, to 

s,r,u,i; r. «UM-nljen. 

21bftn&Cn, 'f. o. «. l. ©men -, 10 

10 pay ; <eiii ivinb) — , toportion; (ciueXi'rt): 
ten -, to make a selilement on etc. 911). 
ge f 11 1I^ eii e jviiiöer , portioned children; 
ii 6 g e f u n D e IK -^riiiiHi.appanaged princes. 
SlbfinbCll , "• refl- Si« (mit oi>. ba 



n agreement. [ing el. 

2lljftnbung,/ satisfaction, conten 

2lbftn&uiigSgelb ■ n 
2ibfcn&ungSfumme, 
2IbfinSungSfluan; 
turn , " 

cqniuance. 2. appanage. 
2lbftngCrn, "■ « l- t» number o,- 

id uf the fingers. 2. J 1 BflS liiet fid) liidjr 

lllC. 3ll(lfllllieli;) -, to finger; U. to play 

Slbftnncn, <>■ »• iitd)». tei ®(f)iof. 



j 2ibftfc^Ctt, "• «. 1. (eiiieiatittlie.)-, 
to empty by fishing. 2. ± Zai »eite -, to 
take the best of anything; (. 91 6 frf) opfe n. 
einem Q-mai -, to trick any one out of etc. 

aibftfc^eit, V. n. to cea-e fishing. 
'9lbgcilfri)I l),lUill, 10 have do„e fishing. 

2lbfttfc^Cln, "• «■ f. 9lDfirfen. 

Slift^Cn , »• ". [dei TOiiiiternl to 
siiioolh. 10 brush (a wall). 

2lbf(ac^Cn, "■"■ 'o level, to slope; 
f. 9U> e n rf) e 11 , 91 li e li (e) ii e n. [tallow. 

31t)flainmen, '■ «■ [Seccrijcc.] to 
Slbftattern, »■". i. (used with rciio 

10 nutter or fly away. 2. i (Jt i|l ndflf. 
fl.ittett, he is off. the bird is flown. 

2Ibf(attCrt1, "• reß. ®\A)-, i„ grow 
wearied by nutlering. 

5lbfl0UCn, f-«"- 10 rinse; to wash. 
[■Min.J (Jrj, Me (S-rje -, lo huddle. 

91 () f 1 n II f (1 e, n. (-fffä, pi. -fnficr. [-Btui.] 



uddle 



mn 



9l()flniil)Ctl), It. (-1 

WLb^eäen, "■ "■ msed with ijntcnv 
Slbflefccrn, «■ «• [Sonsiuittijfd) j 

(fiDrnic.)-, to cie.uise with a goose-wing. 
2lbfIcftCn, "■ a. to oljtain by i... 
ploring; I". 91t'l)ltten. 

2lbfleif4icn, "• "• to pick the flesh 

from (a bone); [©eib.J to flesh (a hide etc. i. 
aidflcifdjeifen, n. i-i, pl.-)( flesli- 
916fleifd)mcffer, n.(-i,pl.-)\ ing- 

kuile, scraper. 

5Ubfreif*en, « («5 ""'""=■ 

2lbfICnSCn, «■ «• l" '''vest (a whale; 
of ils blubber. 

Slbflicgcn, ». ... (u.ed with feiio 

1. to fly off, to fly away. 2. [gorillljereilj 
f. 91 b Du even. 

2lbfliegcn, ..•• f- »■ (used wuh feho 

I. to flow off or downwards , to run down, 
to discharge or empty itself, i 1 9Illä K. 
flieSt bic 'ijclge nb, ia^ie. it follows from 

klbflÖben , "■ a. to free or clean 
from fleas, laid)-, to rid one's self of 
fleas. 

2lbf(ÖgCn, .' "■ 1. t" float down la 

gen. 2. 10 cream; (. 91 litn I) 111 e II. 

2lbflÖten, ". «• l. (Gin ätücfdjen) -, 
to play on the flute. 2. [Oci'tl.] to cream; 
f. 9lbft6geii No. 2. 

2lbflug, m. I. atrip, an excursion; 
I". 911) |1 cd) er. 2. flying off or away, de- 
parture. 

ajbflügcln, ".«■ (»irfenf.nnenK .- 
to deprive of wings. 

2lbffÜgCln, v. «. (used with fem. 
to go away suddenly. 

aibflug, >«■ (-(Te«, pl. -liiTe) I. (tea 
-IDa(Teti:.), flowing off, flowing or running 
down;- (noil Oi). nilSlO, disdiarge (from 
etc.); -(und) ber SJditf)) , reflux; - (ter 
'5eu(t)ligfeiicii),['))ie6.] evacuation. 2. sewer, 
waste-pipe, gutter. 

UlbffußlOC^, n. gully-hole 

2lbfD&eni, I '■ «■ to can ou or 

SMbfOVÖCrn, ^ away, to recall, to 
call from. (S-m.m (5TH),lä -, lo ask one 



3lbf 



m 



2lb3 



9 



something of; (^ciil 
dtlBat - laden . lo s 
Kf Annua-, lo call a 



SlbfoCerung, ; /. cainug off u,- 
'ilbfortcrung, ) »«»y, recalling, 



mbfohlen, 
2tbfol(?en, > 



iMbfclgunq, / 



2lbfoltcrn, 

y one by iiiHiclii 



2lbforBevn, "■ "• r. ■Juifotifm, 
JlbforCerung,/- f- ^ufooeinna. 

aibfCrm, /• l-:n) mold, frame, die 

ilbfOVmen, <•. a. lo moid, to model, 
to loi,... lärt)nl>ni.J to beat off froai the 

2ll'f0rfc^en, "■»■ ((Sincm g-iani«-, 

abfragen, - « i- 1" examine, to 

pump, to get out by queslioniiig. to puniii 
out. enicni Gliuno -, to puu.p any tiling 



aibfl-aflCn, »"I- ®"1)-, 10 faligu 
one's self witb examining. 

2Jt>freffen,'r. ".«. l.toleed(np,o„ 
[^Bnl^nl^pl■.l to browse, to browse on; il 
off. 2. i to consume: a) (Die 9^ 



~;7!uire4n, abductor», abduceal muaelei. 
2. t to turn off (uoil , from), ©jiieni (»it) 
fftinfen -, to balk a shop. 3. [*IRe^,j to 

secrete; -, ofec llnrciniafeiien ,iii« Dem Süt> 
per -, to purge the body by evacuation. 
> purge; — D , abluent, abt^tergent, open- 
ig, aperient, catbartic(al) , laxative; 
e-inj.i« juiii *Jlti führen, ciiuaä «l)fü4), 
nCti, ein -De« OJtiltel , an evacuant, 
detergent, a laxative, purgative; Qtmai 
111 -, oDec -De IKittel geDniuAcn , to 
irge, to take physic; Die -De &ifleilfd)n|I, 

tory passages. 4. i a) >Jl I) g e f ti l)r t ^\>. 

eil|"d)ell) , cunning, slirewd, sly, crafty. 

[^»iiiDelJ to credit, (e-iiic @rt)UlD) -, to 

payoff, toclearoff, to discharge, o (Q'ineiu 

, to check, to snub. 5. [Hciljtjiel;.] to draw 

2lbfübven, "■ >■«« enD -, to take 

ne's self olf, to sneak or slink aiviiy. 

01 l> fliljteifeil, H. (-i^.liert)n.l wire- 
rawing iioii. [tuary. 

^21D|til)rl,lIluci-ai', J. laxative elec- 

31 H Ü I) r in 1 t 1 r I , I „ ^-6 , ,,l. 

ilb|nl)iriiM,jeniuiel,) -, [-ma.] 
detergent, laxative, evacaiit, apeneiii. 
ithartic. pu.ije, puig.itive. 

2lbfÜbreU, «• i-t) r. äUiüljmnü. 

aibfilbVUng, ./ l- canylug aua». 

iliveying elc, the leading i-ll, auay. -J. 
pBi'eO.J evacuation, a purge, a puigaLve, 
3. t Cie - o-in.r ^ctinio, paying uli. Uear- 

,g oil, discbaigiug. 



- (uoni &tt\>i), to eat away; (Rnpfenc . 


2lbfuUcit, '■■ "■ 1» hii out. .0 ,o„i 


- (I'Diii ©*ei6eiB(ifTev), to corrode, b) (Si- 


out; (iUiClll K.) -, to iliavv ultiwin-j elc; 


nni-D 11)111 D(lS ^ctj -, it will break liis.lieait- 




SltfViCren, tr. v.n. (used with feiM) 


Oil i5lii|rt)cii -, to buiile; (em 5-11^) -, 11 


to be bitten or frozen off by cold, to freeie 


empty. 


off. 


SlbfÜtlCn, V. ... (used with l)„l,e,l 


sabfroftnenw-"' '• (»ineSdjiiiD)-, 


f. aUM'tMjleil. 


2ibfi.-ö^nen,^ t» p"y »" i-y meniai 


21bfiivd)en, »■ »- i- '- 'Hvide i,« 


labor or services. 2. lo perform service» 


furrows. 1. m plow oil. 


due to the loid of tlie manor, lo do com- 


2lbfuttern J -• "- '- (Siei); -, to 

2lbfÜtteVn,5 feed sulficlently. 2, to 


pelled wo.k. 


2tbfU*tcln, "■« o iStiuni-, to 


give the last feed (or p.ovender). 


strike with the üat side of a swoid, to 


2tbfÜtterung,/- H''»«:' ofleedlng 


whip, strike witb a rod, lo beat soundly, 


of giviug the last teed at night. 


f. guditeln. 


aibgabe, f- l- - (enuc ßiidK), dellv 


SUfiigen, v. «. i. (SSteiter) -, 


erance, delivery. 2. (JjnilDclJ draft 


iXlfd)!.] .o smooth olf. 2. lOlnfot J f. 810= 


draught, bill (Of exciiange). 3. duty, iai 


(ieDetii. [touch. 


post, tax, custom Die -11 eiiijicljeii, lo 


SabfiibteH, ■■ «■ "> know by the 
SlbfuftrC, /■ IP'- -10 carrying away. 


collect taxes. -11 li> e i e ll , ... system of tlie 


taxes or duties. 


traDsportiug. exportation, removal, car- 


2JbgabflU, "■ <■ "> l-te away, to 


riage, conveyance. 


lake olV with a folk. 


aibfÜbren, »■"-'- .0 carry, to car- 


Slbijaffcii, ". «■ i 9iiirfi)eit. 


ry away, down or out; lo export; to lead 


2lbgnljrCn, »-. v. ... lo cease fcr 


off ur away, - liart) IC. , lo convey to elc. 


menting. 


(Jllieit m bn« (Sefnilflllig -, to carry any 


JMbgang, »'• c-n, pl -üaiw> > 


one to gaol (or jail); Me ©(»11(11.(1(1)6 -, 10 


goiug off or aw.iy; riding oil. - (niiee 


relieve a sentinel; enteil pom re(t)ten 2ßeoe 


®(l)lffeS K.) , departure; - (rillf« SoICH) 


-, a, to lead as'ray. b) i lo lead astray. 


setting out; - (fet <Pd|1), deparime, start 


to mislead; -, i^Jln.U.) lo abduce; -De 


ing. - iti Qietimtei , a loss of blood ; - 



i.iOäiuefl, )-e, l-Jli 

,age, excicto.y, emuntl 



2(bfiif>rer, 



tct oil. t\aet £eiDeifetid)t, abortion, mis. 
carriage; Dct iiiiiner(llct)e - Deä S),itn«, an 
iDconliueuce of uriae; - (eine« Sdjnufpie; 
let« pun Dec Stielte), a) ; »xit. bi retire- 
ment fro.n the stage. 2. 1 ai Der - ilU« 
Diefcni eePell, departure from thi> life, 
death, decea.se. b) (Sa6|lrrbeii) deceaje, 
extinction; ). (? t 1 ii f d) u n o- 3. t a) 
[ipnilDcl) market, sale, draft, vent. (Jtn 
|"d)iieller -, a quick return; allien oDet 
fd)lie(lcil - I)ill)Cll, flllDeil, to have a quick 
draft, to sell well, to meet with a ready 
sale; (einen - ftiiDcn, to be dull of tale, 
lo meet with no purchasers, b) diminution; 
decay, decline of fortune. 311 - flerdttjcn 
t-Det foilltlieil, to decay, c) disuse. 311 - 
tiMiinieii, to fall into disuse; In - btm. 

scrapings, chippiugs, clipping«, filings, 
shavings, chips, shreds, waste, [SPlPnrb.J 
washings; -31 Ü j ,111 fl e pull iurt), shreds of 
cloth; - nil IC. , want of etc.; f. SiPfnII. 
eil^iUlDelJ deficiency, inlack, lare;-(Dm:lt 
tai ■.iliiöliiiiicii 11110 Den 'Jiiffecn) leakage 
f; deduction, gj [Xl)p.J waste-paper. 

9lPai"fl ölod), n. |EniiDipicil)|'d).j - 
(am ^ieiieni^ocfe) , opening at tlic bottom 

>!a. 3,1 no« ted) mini), /. [)J,iMDel] f. 



iararecDntiiuj. 

2lbgängig, «d;- i. going off etc. 

Ißilpiirnl, ©(t)ri['ttli), missing. 3. decaying, 
iecliiiiug; - ilH'll iileiDtllig«(lÜcteil), worn 

5Mbgnnglfin,«-c-i5)r aidoänafei. 
älbgdngling, "■ i-i,pi.-<> i. 

-))reD.] abortion, abortive child. 2. shreds, 

hips, chippings. clipping» etc. . f. 21 6. 

ail,, [matter, 

aitgOngfcI, "■ (-«) waste or refuse 

2(bgnrbci>, »■ ". f. -jUoerDen. 

52(ln^nf(t)Cn, i'- "■ to cease loaming 

JIbgatCn, "■ "• '■ m weed, to dear 
if «eeds. 2. 10 liuish weeding. 

aibgattcvn, .•- •>■ enuni cwiua« -, 

o get »oiueihiiis oni of etc. (gling. 

Jlbgautcln, f. «- to »biaiu by jug 

2lbga-UlU"l'n, "- "- to ottaln (from 
tc, by tlieaiiug or tricking, duum Qu 

SIbgeten, ir. v. a. l. aj to put into 



and. 



to give up; 10 lender, (äliten äätlef 
et qjiijl -, to drop or to deliver a let. 
t llie post-olfice; to put a letter into 
ost-oftice, cine i8ot|d)nft-, to deli- 

■iiieit -, (PDcr 1)10«) niif (S-iiien -, l^,i;t. 

draw a bill, to give a check or diaft 

any one, 10 draw upon any one; (pie* 

Soil I -, lo pay. b) (= nufflebeii) Sin Sliiit 

-, to lay down or resign an office, c) (S'lneni 

©Iipa« ppn feinem llelietfln jfe-,to share one'« 

perlluilies with any one ; -»laillll'djarl 

tl,e army, to furnish a coutingent of 

;n etc.) men ; einen ©pIDnieii upii einem 

5{il)inicntt jii einem aiiDetH -, lo draught 



10 



'm 



2lbg 



iO-u 



gi.e one a cutting reply. 3. i (?tir(16 -, 

an. to be fit for. (St mmte tincn jiiteii 
l£DI^ntc^ :-c. -, lie would make a good sol- 
dier etc.; eiiicii !K(irrEn -, to play tlie 
fool; (»if«) luiirbE einen aSeroci« -, would 

tie «ould bear »itne».. 4. ± &f mirf ivoM 
<5-riva6 -, rf Mirfte (?fronS -, it is likely 
lliat somelliing will occur; ef l\'iv6 «yiirtlt« 
bnbei (of. 97id)tä) -, t H'cy will (yon etc.) 
have no profit by it; 6n irirti'ö ©cftl.ige -, 
tliere will be blows; Cn roirl) eS einen Snrm 

Slbgcl'Ctl, >' '•'•./?• ®i* mit (Jtronf 



Üibqfben, 



ed with ^ii6en) 



teirupted. (Jlne -e ®d)rfil'(irt, an abriipl 
vie. 2. [?lpt.] abrupt. 

^ba,ehroä)enl)eit,/ abruptness; 

91b,ieliri>rt)eii. 

2lt>gcSrDfc6en, f- 9lf'frefri)en. 
^IbflfiTOfdjenhCtt, f- triteness 
aU'gefaumt, «'O'. f. •Jlbfönmcn, 

Slbgefunfcen, f -Jififinfcn. 

iMl'gCljOrtCt, "rf/- l- liardened. bar 
V. (fill -er iSÜnfer, an obdurate sinner 
l.ardened sinner; |. SlKinrten. 

2lbgcl)en, «'•■ ■■ "• '"«*■' «'"i' f^i" 



fK ijnrbe (it'll* '"i'^- '''^ color comes off 
o fflcljt mir ^ll^llrd) etronf nb? an, I ibc 
worsefor il7 er Infit ({ih'Jtithte-, be doesnl 
deny liimself any tbing; e« flCbt OCer fle^ 

etc. d) [5palI^elI to sell; -, PH. flut - (U. 
ÜBanten), to sell well, to meet with a 
ready sale, to be ofa quick sale; nitht-, to 
lie on hand, ei (= ,iii«aelien) ttebel -, to 

will not end well; roeil e« benii fed) Dl)ne 
feriileid)en iiid)t- fofl, since it is said that 

iOMe) -, to depart this life, to go off. 

2lbgefictt, '>• "■ "• <""d wit.i, i,(iben) 

1. to wear off or out by walking. 1. ((Ji.- 
ntn %^lnt) le.) -, to measure by steps. 

aXbgcftcn, '>• '■• "/?. eid) -, to groi. 

2lbgeigCn, >■ "• «> perform on tlie 
violin, t to fiddle off, 

sabgetftcin, '•• «• i- (g-mei" sif 

Spaut K.) -, to take off with the scourge. 

2. (allien» -, to scourge, to whip, to lash 



aibgcijcn, 

' avarice, to g. 

■m -Syjunte Ghv 



tn depriv 



Hd) (5-11 



Slbgeijen, »■ riji. ®id) -, to 

2IbgcBÜri(t, P- (Dcn aidfiirjen, 
-. b.) abridsed; [«l-t.) short; [$er(lI6.] 
:ouped. ['JUfleleo 

2lbgclflgei*t, <"';. n'lm SBrim 
SMbgcIaitfen, ')>"'■(. i-. a 6 1,1.1 fen) 

irf/. expired; due. payable, g-iii -er 3Brd) 



H'. ajricfeu it.) to go off; (i>. tn «Jii'illt.) to 


SabgClbCn, "a to >ellow suffi 


eleg.n.. 


go. to start; (o. einem Sdjiffe) to set sail, - 


ciently. - v. „. to part with yellow. 


2lbgcfd)Iiffenl)Ctt, / H"^""». 


( mid)), to go (to) ; (mm 5ieifeii6f It) - nnd)05 >• 


SHbgeJcbt, (p^n. v.. ÜI biet en, f. I.) 


refinement, elegance of manners. 


rif !t.l, to set out for etc , to go to etc. ; - 


„di. 1. broken doivn with age. worn out 


2lbgcfd)matft, "rf; i. e<" «» the 


ln(T'", to despatch. In forward, to send off; 


by age. decrepit, debilitated by excesses; 


lasles tasteless, insipid; f.® t fd) m ,l(f 1 P«, 


lint fith-ni (Sdjiffe-, to sail; uon ier W(\<be 


decayed. 2. t old. 3. (befier 91bne!"d)ie, 


llnfd)in.i(fl)iift. 2. i insipid, flat, stale, 


-. ('Kilit.J to be relieved; er ill (1 b f) CQ « n. 


fen, f- f) deceased, defunct, late. 


dull, absurd. [sipidly. 


(leu, [tljent.] lie made bis eiit; rpni (red)< 


SlbgClfbttlfit, / decrepitude, de- 


sabgef*maift,«''''-«i'»"rdiy.in- 
sMbgcf^ntfliftfteit, / <p.'- -r"' 




crepitncs. premature old age. 


the road or course, to miss the road; b) 


aibgcleBtgt, <"^j■ [t?ttm.] couped. 


1. flatness, insipidity, insipidness. 2. 1 


i to deviate from the right way. 2. 1 a) 


«abgelegen, (v<-t- i'. ':!iinifnen. 


flatness, insipiditv. absurdity. 


95pm ÜDriie of. «Pfnbe fer ingeiif -, to 


2lbgefc^ni«cn,abgef*offen, 
aJbgeff^woren, abgefottcnic. 


wander from tlie path of virtue ; lion feinfin 


mote, sequestered, retired, -er Spnnier. 


(sif(ieiii1(inDf,iipn einer S(id)eic.-,toswerve. 


(jand, by-walk. 2. - (rora ffiriiip), seitled. 


r. >Uf|d)Meifen, SI b fd)ieee", 21bfd)iD6. 




SMbgcIegenbeit, / remoteness. 


ren nnf 9lbfd)n)(iren, 91bfiefen ic. 


21n*ern «Dteinnno -, to ditfer from any one 




2IbgefcI)en, ,.p. p. sibfeijen, f. b. 


in opinion; fnbi-n fnnii id) nid)t-, 1 must 


2lbgfIoben, <•■ «. to vow not to do 


- Pl-ll le. 12Paifl abstractedly from etc., 


insist upon iliat; nDn einem -, ai to fall 


a Ihiiig' 


withoul regard lo; - tnpPM, fag If., with- 


off from any one, to quit one's party; h) 


2lbgemacbt, 'w- i'- 9ibmiid)en) 


out mentioning that etc. 


to differ from any one in opinion; (PDll 


udj. - a.. 'Ji'odjniingfn), setiled, adjusted. 


2lbgeftlOnnt, >PP p. 5I b f P a n n e n) 


fiiieni 95prl).iben, einem (5-iiifd)liifTf ic.) -, 


■cgnlaied. 


„dj. low-spirited, enervated, weakened, 


to desi.^t from etc.. to give up. to relin- 


Slbgemeffen, (w. u- abmefien, 


slackened. - (v. TOnfreln,9ieriHn), relaxed. 


quish; iH... einem <!lmte-, to lay down or 


f. 1.1 adj. exact, regular, formal. 


atonic. 


to resign an office; iHMll ^ireire -, to abate 


2lbgemeffenbeit, J- exactness, 


2lbgeft>anntl)eit, / enervation. 


ur lower the price of goods; (S-Iroof PPU 


lormality. regularity. 


Male of exhaustion . low-spiritedness, 


fcntr Sprferiinij - Ififfen, to allow nr 


2lbgenetgt, (pnw. n. gibneigm, 


|-)3?ef.l relaxation, al.,ny [picture. 


yield some abatement; f(i« J-eilrr - Idfini, 


1 f.) adj. 1. bent downwards, inclined. 


aibgeftflUen, •' - l» delineate, to 


to let the fire go out; - (tuMi einer (!)e = 


;. i disinclined, not favorably disposed. 


Säbiefiorben, o'"--'. ppnsibiur. 


tl'PhniiMt ic ), to grow out of use. to fall 


lelnclant. averse, unfavorable, ^inru Qt< 


ben) adj. 1. dead. 2. i dead. BerSefen. 


into disuse; - (urn rliicr (Summe), to be 


iiem - mnd)en , to alienale a man from 


d)aft flon; -, absolutely lost to (all) so- 


deducted or discounted, b) to come off; 


tic; einem :c. -ffill, to be averse to. 


cielv. 


to wear off. Bitfeibe«. (JJnidui i|1 ibr nb: 


lo hear ill will to any one. 


Slbgeftprbenheit, / i apathy, 


jeocnoen, she miscarried or • aborted , 


2Ibgenetgtf)eit, / ". di.inciinn 


.^aui oflecliiig. 2. deadnes.. indifference 



3(b9 



alevolence. ill will; f. 31 b r 

2lbgcnu$t, <pp i>- 

t.) adj. 1. worn out. 2. 1 

2lbgenu$tfteit, / 

i triteness (of a subject ei 

Slbgeorinetc , (pp 



Itonftit. ©tnntcn] deputy, delegate. Bie 

tion. delegation, -n f mil in er , y. cliamber 
of deputies. 

aibgerbcn, ■>■ «■ i- to lakeoirby 

tanning. 2. to tan, dress, to curry suffi- 
ciently. 3. t ((Jinell) -, to cudgel, to thump, 
to bang; i 10 pay off. 

aibgercfcet, ^PP- v. SIbrefen, 
l" f.) adj. agreed upon, concerted -er 

2lbgcfanfctc, vp- <b- 21 b fen f em 

in. (fer -, rill -r; pi. -, 5ir -n). 1. a 
messenger. 2. deputy, delegate, envoy. 
(Jin oei(llid)er -r, a missionary; ein Ijrim. 
lid)er -r, an emissaiy. 3. ambassador. 

Slbgefang, '"• <-««, pi- -finoe) 

Ifntli. ßirrtir] collect. 

2lbgcfct)arrtc, <pp- »■ 5ibfd)nr. 
aibgefc^teöcn, <pp- »■ 9ibfd)ei. 

fell) adj. I. separate; defunct, deceased^ 
departed. Der -e Weill, shade. 2. retired, 
sequestered, secluded. 

2lbgCfc^tCiCnfteit,/-retiiedness, 



21bgefi^Uffeii , (/.p. p. aib|d)iei. 

ID I. polished. 2- adj. i polite, refined. 



5i!'ä 



2ll)gfftumvft, <i<p L'PM 91 1) (1 11 nr 

iff n ) nrff. I. blunttrt. 2. f dull. 

2lt'gcftumj)ftbeit,/.±obiu.ei.ess, 

dullness. 

abijeJuadrcn, "• «■ [-win.] i» dis. 

eliargf (in llie counter-bookl. 

Sll'^eiüld^en, TP- "■ SlbiueiAiin 
nrf>. "im -en 3.il)re , In-i year. 

2Ibgc»t)innen, ••■■ "• " (^niem et 

(Jinrni ben QScrfprunn -, f. Siuu'rfoi 
men; C>'niem ^elI 2Jorr()ciI -, to gain 
gel the beller of any one; ben !Bot$ug 
to get an advantage of or over . lo gf 
upon etc., to prevail again«! ele. ; fll 
®n(l)e®ef(t)ni.lcf -. to get a tasle for et 
©ineni ein 0)fl)eimiii6 -, to pump a sec 

-, to get the weatlier.gage of etc. 

Slljgciröbneti, ■• "• '■ (Sincni c 



Einb -, f. e-ntroblinrn. 

Slfcgettjunfccn, asibgcjwun 

flCn JC, r aifiroinffn, SU'ju.inflfii 
^2tbrtl'äOnCn, <P/>. IHMI ailMieljen 
adi. IS0(jif| abstract; - U'Om ©ciuidjtf) 
adjusted. 

aibflfjogenfteit, / f « (■ « i iih i < 

«enljcit. 

^IbQlCVCn, » " 1 to gel or Ob 
tain by imporlunily. 2. [TOorl a| 6ii 
(?*in -. to »bear off. b) lo get sea-room 

aibgießcn, ><■■ f. a. i. lo pour oi 

gently, to clear off. HDiin -. to decnii 
wine. 2. (eine Sill"" - to cast. 

JIbgiegCn, "■ <-«> tlecanring etc. 
casting. 

Slbgießer, ">• <-«. p'. -> i « "■* 
2ll)flie^ertnn,/- p' -f") 5 ter. ; 

foniidrr'. |bule. duly, rem; f. aibaflbe 
aibgift, /■ tp'. -en) ISterfjtfiVr.J tri 

21l'gi»feln, "• «• (fi"«" ssnnno - 

totnp. ■ |to coax etc. out of any one 

Slbgtrren, '■• "• <?i"fi" etro.i« - 
2lbgtfd»tcn,S ' '"'«""»'" 

2{bgittCrn, i-- "• to grate (Off . I, 
lattice; to separate l.y bars or a lallice. 

2lt)flI(HlJ, '" «-f*) '• reflcclcrf •"■pIc" 
dor. reflection, resplendence. 2. f image 

aibgtatten, "■ "• to poiisi,. to poi 

Isb sufficienlly , lo »nioolli. 2. 1 lo polisi, 

älbgleid^rn, ■• <> '" m.ike cquai 

to equal, to equalize; lo adju^l ; tosmoolb 
to level; [51r(l)it.] to make level atfrilllllll 
(]fn -, to balance or square accounts 

2lbglet(^fcilc, /• <?'.-".) (iori)".i 

snioolliing-file. 

abglciföftflngc, f'vi -«.> [iiinn'.i 
iUfcglcit^ung , /■ adjusting etc., 

5Ib0lf''<)"ii1*ii"iil(./- [-Wiiiiiro.l ad 

2lbglciten, 'V"" '""'i »ini ivm. 

I. 10 slip or glide off. 2. i SBi-ni rfdjtfll 
SBfflt - , to slide insensibly into vicious 



mo, 

Sltiglimmcn, rfg.n«rf.v r.„.(uscd 

Willi renn lo cease glowing, to cease to 
glow, to bun- faintly; to go out slow 
or gradnallv. 

2H'9litf*cn, ■■•"■Cf. «Nifitfi 

2H)9lÜBen, v.a. l. to beat Iborougl 
ly. 9It,ua(iil)tt« e-iK". "<ll"'t iron 
JBflll -, to mull wine. 

2H)glÜften, ". «• to cease to glov 

2U>gott, m.i-ti, p(. -Hotter) i. ido 

2 i idol. (S-incii - mntfieu (in* ic. , to id( 
3I6flOt(rrt)liinfle, / [5?,itimi. ] grei 
°2lbgÖtter, «S. Oefien^m. (-*,?(.- 

2lbflötterer, S^ worshipi 

of idols, an idolater. 

2lbgöttcrci, / «orsinp of idoi 

idolatry. - rreibcn , to worship idols. 1 

idolnlrize. to commit idolatry; (Jlllfr, ft' 

Uii. (5-jnc, ^ie - treibt, i<lo|.iter. iilolalres 

SlbgDttprn, r. ». to Idolalriie. 

2H'göttinn,y. ip'. -no i. a fem.-.i 

idol. 1 \ idol. 

2H'gDttifcb, adj. I. idnl.„rous. id( 
lisb. 2 te-inc-e SBiTchnma, an idolatrou 



2H)götttfd), 



usly. ((5-i 
■OBcninn, 



2lbgrabfn, '>• "• "• '• to dig 

to lower by digging. 2. (ß-|licn 2Bc(|, •Jlcftr 
!iM -, to separate by digging, to cut 
by a ditch, to furnish with a ditcli or trem 
3. to deprive of etc. by digging. Da« Sji 
let -, to dig off (lie water; (einen 5li 



9Ib|1ed)fr.. S ((Jine ©rtjnlii) -, to pay off 
by digging «tear off by digging, to dig 

for etc. [off etc, 

2(ltgrabiing, j- ti.e act of digging 
2U'grnmeii, i v. reß. Sioj-, to 

21l'grnjnfln, ^ven,. -way «Hll grief. 



Sine SEiefeic.i 
'3)?enrd)en) , 



aibgvflfcn, •■ « i 

V. aSirlll, to graze. 2. ( 
:lear from grass. 3 f. 91 
jnteii. 

2lbi^r(ifung, / gr 
2lbgrcifen , ->. ■• 



bncariffenev ijiit, a worn out bat. 

2H)greifen, ■>. «y?. sid) -, to weai 

It; f. sUbo'-fiffii- 

2lt'grcnjicn, } »• «■ i» fi' H'^ n 
2lbgrnnjcn, V"i'sof<^tc.; tonmii, 

2H'gVUnÖ, •". (-es, v'-mmity I. 
precipice, gulf, abyss; [-Wnr.] an eddy ol 
r. a whirlpool, a race. 2. f abyss. 
pice. 

(bgrünbcn, "• « to prove to the 

im; [JllMll.l "> groove, lo llute, to 



2H)griincn, 



l)(it>en) 



3lb(; 



2(bgÜnftig, «<<.;. disaffected, envi- 
ous. spiteful, einem - luerben oS. fein, t« 
disfavor (any one); et irt niir -, he bear« 

2lbgurgcln, ■' «■ i to km by cut. 

ling li.e throat, local one's throat. 2. lo 



2U'gitrtcii,/('- ». to nngi,d, lo 
2lbgurtcn,i ginii. 
2lbgürtung,/ } nie aci of 

2lbgilVtCn, " t-«)J girding or 
giriliing. 

2(bgufj, '«■ i-iT'-s p(. -iifici 1. 

act of pouring off genily. clearing off, 
part of a lobacco-pipe. 

21 bauten, ■'. "■ r. oicfintien. 
2Jbbaarcn, >.. «. i» »crape off i 

2lb6oaren, "• » •"•■'ed with bm 

2lbftabfn, ->. »■«■ i. to hav 

part of etc. (Sfiuafi - luollen , to come 
for a share; tiafnr fiifl et |\1)('n G-(iuni 



2U'gucffn, ••. « lemfn etn 

get I kam Iroiul by peeping, spy 

2(bgurfcii, !■ rfii sirt) -, 
^Ibaunft", J- "iii.uiii. ,ii.,,ir, 



lat. 2. ?ell iTpilI-, to have one's hat off. 

^hhaäen," n. .o hack or to chop 
2lbl)a(fev, -"• c-f, p'- - be ii.ai 

jts or chops oil. 

2lbbaöci'n, ■'. ". re-mem enu.if i -, 

' Sab'tinftCtl W .''a' to unh'ook, to „n. 

albbaftfll,) fi'- to unclasp. 

21bnagfln, v. imp to ccaic bailing. 

2(bIjngCln, ■'■"■ t« beat down <.ro« 
IS liaih. e* h.it Me »Intcn n b o eDofler t, 

2lbbägCn, ". ". to fence in, lo in- 

2lbljagfrn, •>■ «■ oi^ed with frim 

2lbb(l8UUg,/ I. Iiedging. fencing 

2Ib'bäMnw , .„i . 
mbhatcn,) '• « '° """o"" 

21bbalftCrn, " '•• to unhaller. 

2lbbalfcn, ■■ « i- to cm loir) ihe 

■ uple 

2lbbalt, ." <-rt' f- «6l).mnn,j. 
aibbaltcn, .r .■■«. l. i&inen. to 

Irfiil)-, to ward off, to pnrry a blow; 
en Jd'.ieil) -, to shnt out, to keep off. 
± (C-inen) - , to iiinder, to stop, to 

ometc. to detain fromeic. ; 9?id)ti? h .i I I 

n n b, nirfjt« I'etniag iljii n b jul)0 Iteii, er 

l.igt (ifti iMird) 7?i(f)r« -, he sticks at nolhiug. 

3. Sic -iiiHiVn -, 10 hold the assizes ; (feine 

{!el)rfllln^en tirfitiij ic.) -, to give. 

2lbbflUen, ... «. to keep off; [TO,lt] 
edge away, a5oin "iinbe -, to bear off 
m the land; (luf em gd)iff -, to bear 
ivn on a ship; n'li einer filiDpe - , lo 

2lVb'nltcn," (-*> r. «ibiiriitnna 

2lblialtl'r,'" ' 1= •./.-)[-Mar.lagnv 



12 



2lbl) 



35lI)b0UUna,/. 1- holding or kee 
ing off. slopping, liinderingelc. 2. hi 
derance , impediment. 

Slbbammcrn, ■>. « '» separate 1 
hammering. 

2lt>ftanbeln, -■ <■■ u to purchas 

to bargain for etc.; (einem g'mul«) -, 
liuy, to purchase (of), to pnrcliase (fro 
one). 2. to beat down in bargaining. (5 
mai I'Piii '$te\ft (einer SDiinre) - , to Ife 
down ih'e price (of). 3. (= erörtern) 
discourse on etc., to treat of etc.. to i 
bale, to discuss, -t (= tl)eDrBtif(f)), tlie 
retic, tlieoretlcal. 4. 13(r(l)t«fpr.] f. Se 
(lonDem. 

SlbbnnSler, <"■ <-».;''-) hen 



act of d.scussingea-., discussion. 2. trea 

Newtou'.s dissertations on etc. 

aibftong, "1. (-C«, p(. - l)nngc) beni 

aibftangen, '>■. "■ «■ '• "> ''■•"' 

down. f. $crnl)l)niigeu, herunter 
tjnngcn. 2. to Incline, to hang, to slop« 
©tgen -norteu ^ (0. einer Sirnßeic.) lo dt 
clioe tothenorlh. 3. tohangaladistänc< 
»o hang from, to hang off. 4. i - I'PII It 
to depend on etc., to hang on el'c. 

SHtbängen, " <•■ 'o hang off, t 

unhang. (Die (yeiiii(f)te einer llljric.) -, t 
lake off ; fie o'tirudten SBogtu iioii Dc 
irccfenleinen -, |tl)p.l to take down th 
•litets. 

aibftanfltg,'«'.;. ' ded.vous, deci 



Stbljängig, «d». siopingiy. 
saiftängigfeit,/- i. slope, dedi« 

ty. 2. i dependence, dependency. Die 
Ddll !C. , the dependence on clc. 

a(t«ftängling, m. (-«, pi.-e. d. 

aibharen, "• «• loien.] lo Mnp c 
mhavten, ■•.'.• i. m take off w,t 



2lbljaf(^cn , "• "• einem enuns 
3lf>ftaftt)cn, " "/!. ©id) -, to II 

mbaipeln, ■>■ «• '■ (Sun.)-, 

el off, to wind off from a reel, to u 

2H)ftai>(c)lev, "> «--s. p'->t ° 
2ib6afr(e)terinn,/.<p' -nu^v 



mbaubeln,tv.a.it 
Mbmubea, > i» »"h 
2lboaud)en, ^ "■ ' 

vay. 3. 10 breathe forth. 

ülbifauen, 



1 gnlfeni-, 

ilow gently 

ff, to chop 

ees; eiueiH den ficpf-, 
2 i einen -, 10 SV, 
[h 



^bhavmen, "■ "ß. 



Slbftdrten, "■"■ 'o harden. et,ii)i- 

lemper steel. 2 i 3nr -Jlrbcit - , to ha, 



ppntuugeH Ces 'OJiitleib« - 



2lbl)artung, /• i- hardening. 

hardiness. 

SlbftorjCn, ■>■ <>■ «inen »aim 



jMtbflufcln, 
2H'baufen, 



jlbhciuteln, "• "■ 'o peei, to 
atftfluten, . « I. losuin. to 

2H)ljouten, '•■ «• («»='' "'"' i;'""^"> 

Slb^eben, ■'■• " <■ " l.eave or lilt off, 
I take off. eine fimione - oB. uoii fer Snf> 
tie - , 10 dismount a cannon ; Den 3?nl)ni 
)!! tier <BJild) -, to skim the cream from 
le milk; 6ie epeifen DC. im iifci) -, lo 
ike away; (fie SflVtelO -, to cut; IVEI 

^bhtbiw, «■ ... 18111 fetiMS-, to 

"sUbbeben, «• <-«/ i'"""s °"- tak 
aibftebung,/- ) i"s off etc; 

[finrttiifp.] cutting. 

2tbftCCÖeln, -■■• to hacWe or hatch 
snflicienlly ; lo finish hackling o, 
»tclieling. 
5ablE)eften, ■>■ « '» loosen, to loose 

Slbfteitcn, »• «• i° '^«''" '» ''" 

id fall off. - (used with fein) V. 11. tc 
■ al and fall off. 

2lbfteifd;cn, i.«.i. sufowcem 

aäbfteIfCn, *r '•. n 1-. to help down 
oin; einem -, to help one to put dowt 
load. 2. i (einer Snri)e, einem llebcl K., 
, lo help, lo remedy, to redress, to re 
Qve. Dem i|l nid)t n bj iiljelfeu , it can 



2lbhelfItC^,<.rf;- remediable. 

albftClfli*ecit, /• remediableness. 

atbtieUcn, "• - 'o clear off, to 
clarify, to clear, to purify; ClPein)-,to 
clarify, to fine. (fy. to become clear 

2lbftcDcn, "■ "fi. Sid) -, to ciari- 
aibbcnten, "■ "■ f. aibijünoen. 
2lb^erAcn , "■ « »Sin &umh<..> -, 

aibfterjUng, / hissing heanny. 

%b\ttiitn, »■ "■ '■ [SBniMnfpr.] 
(»llllDe) -, to fatigue oi- to lire by hunt. 
Ing; (einen ipirfd))-, to run down; it.-, to 
jade, to weary to death. 2 i (einem et^ 
iiMot -, to get or obtain (from etc.) by 



irassiog. puriulDg one. 

Slbbcuc^eln, ■•.».(eincmetiM«)-, 

get or obtain (from etc.) by hypocri«;. 
2lbJ)euei-n, ■-• «■ ©mem etronä -> 

Jlbfteulcn, ■■• «■ lo howi. 

2lb^eUlen, » r^ Sidj-, to weary 
le's self with howlmg, moaning. 

2lbftesen, '• « einem eiren« -, to 

juggling. 

Mbiiititen, "• "■ used win, ,ein) to 
2lbt»obcln, «■• <■• i- mm.] <■ 

; [SDfipflerti.] to rub. 2 i to polish. 

2lbftO(fen w ■■■ "• '» p"' «i»»" f"»™ 

JibftUlf en,i 'he back or shoulders. 
2tbbOl&, "df- disinclined, unfavor. 
le, averse. Dem griefcn -, averse to 
peace; f. ÜI t' g e n eiflr. 

3ibftolen, »■ «. '■ 'o fetch off oi 

vay, to go to fetch, to fetch, to call 
vay. einen -, to go for etc., to call for 

r eic. 2. mat.] to haul or get off. 
aibftolung, / fetching, fetching 

hiifOlji, " C-e« I'5«l1'»-1 'hips of 
ood; f. älbronm. 
aibftOljCn, ■>• «• «fiuen <a3«l8 1«.) -. 

2lbJ)0lsen, "• <-*)/ - ""f« ®4i"- 
aibbtiljung, /• 5 ()'» , [S"fi».: 

aibtiotsig > "•'J- dffioi^n' <"■ «"t 

Slbfior^en, "■"■ (eincmetnxi«)-, 

^bi)ÖVen , "■ «■ l- (Stnin«) -, to 
am by hearing. 2. i 3(ed)nuiioen - , to 
udit accounts. 3. [ne(t)ti\)>r.] (Die 3fU. 

1 hear, lo question; ilie 3eugen (in 
legeniunrt beä Setlagreni - , Cie Sengen 



älbftOrUng , /• hearing. 2. i 2l 
einer 3ted)nung , audit. 3. |9ted)t6|"pr 



(-eS) 1. I§nii61. DetiMi.l 
remains, offal; broken meat; [Win.] sco- 
ria. 2. [SiUtcnipt.] cutting. 
>:Ubl)iil)fine,/. [«mm. J rake. 

^Ibljucfen, -■ <■■ f. aibijDrfen. 

JlbbUÖeln, ■>. «• l» worry. 
älbftÜgctn,"».!» clear of a hillock 
2(bt)UlD,/.+disl,kei f.abgeneigt, 

mbhÜlfe,/ redress, remedy, relief. 
- Iiriiigeii, iMMffeii o5. Ici(leii gegen le , to 

2lbjjülflid), «rf>- 1. •ai>i)eifi;d). 

aibllÜlfCn, ■•• «■ to hlanch, to shell. 
10 husk, to peel. (®eti'd)te) n bgel) iilfete 
erbfen - , pease - soup . pease - porridge 






^bhumpeln, 
'2lbJjungcrn , 



ed with fein> 



mf 



13 



famish. 21 I'd el) 11 lincrtjlamislini, starved; 

be emaciated. 

starve one^a self, to stint one's self in food. 
2lt>6ui>fCn, "• "• tused with leiio to 
hop off or .way. 

Mbtfuven, »• >■</'■ ®'*-» '» ^^haust 

one « self by wenching. [or off. 

2«>fiufd>Cn, "• " to «camper away 

2lbftuftcn, »■ "• <» «»"g'» np' «""•?' 

""albftufltCn, ".ry?. Siri) -, to exhanst 



JCiefe ic.) 
;n.l to gi 
, feeding. 



mahnten , '■ "■ "ine 

to graie . to feed. 

mhUtten . '■ ". [ w 

gjBftiitung , J- sizing 
SH'i*t , «*• [S?"'"M • 

atbic^ten, ". »• [iurt,m.) t. 

on .l,e wrong side. 

aiiirren , "■ «• (""d with f, 
aibirrung, /■ '• »ii^raiion, 

tion; [Optit] aberration; [SlOroil.] i 
tioni lOTc^.] aberration. 2 i Bie ■ 



216i 



iflSttci 
ifl«frot 



m.} [Opt. M 
,/■>, nnu.) 



aiBiturtent, »>■ (-"', p'- -'"> ' 

college. 

Wiiadftevn, d. «y;. oSi*-, 

veary one's self by running. 

Slb'iagen, -• <■• '• '" e^' I'x p» 

uing one; to rescue, to retrieve, to n 
over. (JiiiEiii ©tronä -, aicttt -, to re 
ue something from any one. 1.. to weai 
»ifh pursuing, (ein !)5fcr!) It.) -, to ove 
rride, to founder, to jade. 



that 



dri 



by 1 



Ijnbeli! 



[2Bili6l11|Vc.l to finish hunting. 

aSKijammern, ■••o- G-iium&iiOTS-, 

to get Ironi any one by lamenting. 

aibjantnicrn , »• >•?«. ©i* - , t» 

weary one's self Willi lamenting. 

Sibiotften , •• "• cD^fcnio - , to 

nnyoke. 

WstalUn, "■>'■ (used with Ijnben) 

Sübfälten, " «• i- '» "'»''« "'°'' '" 

cool. 2. i to cool, to slacken, to relent, 
to relax. 

3lii£ämmen , " «• '• '° ">'"^ ""■ 

ÜBoHe - , to card wool. 1. [Ericgfm.] Gin 
■BoHroctt -, to shoot off the upper part of 
a wall, of a parapet. 

5lMönt*fen, "• «• i- (einem et. 

IB««) - , to get (from etc.) by lighting, to 
tvin by dint of arms, by dint of war, by 
dint of argument, by dint of importunity 
or labor etc. 1. la-nitmifpr.] I» drive away 
by fighting. 

gSH>fanten,-o- einen üfd» -, to 

round off, to take off the corners nnd 
edges. (Steine If ) - , to square , f. 51 6= 



Sll'tanjcln, .'• ". 

primand trom tlie pulpi 



3.ii,i(Su 



^btappetx, '•■"■ 1- ismtii.] to un. 

hood. '2. to cut off, to chop off. to cut olf; 
[■Wnr.] (fin into - , f. Rnppeii; (Bnii 
ntc) — , to top, to lie.id , to lop, to lop oti 
the top. 3, 1 J (G-llieli) -, to rebuke, to 
put dow... 

3ahtap<pen, "■ (-« uni,oodi,.g, cut. 

ting off etc. ; - dine« SBcllinie«), lopping, 
cutting the lop off. 

SltCargen, "■ «■ (e-inem atmi) -, 

to deprive (any one) by slinginess (of). 
10 stint, to pinch. Sid) felttil (Stiuni! -, l'^. 
feinem ■JKiintic fftiun« - , to stint one's 
self in etc. 

W>tavxtn, '■■ "• (used with ftin) 



Wihtavtia, 



1 ,(5-ia.,i 

lot. eiii ( 



tettc 5?nnbel -, a concerted game. 

aibtaftCtCn, -• «/?. Sld)-, to ex- 
haust one's strength, to grow weak by 
mortifying. »Jill« ii6ettriel'eiieiii ffifer tii^ 

they macerate their bodies and impair their 

2tbf aUCn , '■■ - <» separate by chew- 
ing or champing. 

SlbfaUf, '"• (-«) 1- hnying of. piir- 
cliasiiig 01 or from elc. 1. punhase. 

2lbfaufen, »•"■ i . einenu(5tip<ie) -, 



■ for, to redeem, 
one's self off from 



«finite 



(fine ©trnfc- 

W>ta\x^tn , "■ re/1. «1(6 -, 
Stbfnufcr, !"■ (-«, pi- - /■ 

2lt>fäuflict), "rf>. I. to be bo 
purclia.ablc. 2. redeemable, -e @ 
[ilted)t«fpr.], redeemables. 

•mUnjlxMixt, f 1. the su 

being purchasable. '2. rccleemablenei 

aibf aujjeln, .. n. c to get by e 

ing. (Jiiieni (Jtiim« -, to clieat an) 

aHMcftlCn, 'a. 1. to cut the 11 

to kill; (tin (ad)roein) -, f. ab|led)ci 

[iifri)l.] 10 groove, to flute, to chani 

Slllfchr,/ dislike; i.aDneio 

2lbecflren, » «• i- to mm 

away, to divert; (.6,1« (SSciirt)!)-, to 
a%vay. Die Slligen uoll IC. -, to ave 
eyes from an object. Q. (Die fileiter i 
to brush. ((5-iMilllird)l-, to dnst (at 
((Jincii ¥c^enl -, to sweep (a floor), 
wear out by sweeping. (5-m n 1) fl e f r I 
SBe|-eii, a broom worn to the stump. 

3khtthven, •>■ «a. eid;-, to 



Mbtehver, '•<■ (-«. pi--) « irusi 

sweeper. 

3£lhtehriä)t , ". <-«) sweepings, 

2lt>feftrung, / >• turning otr or 

away, averting elc. 2. i Die - piMi tei 
@üllDe, conversion. 3. brushing, sweeping 
dusting. 



2It»feifen, '>•• ". ". (Jinem (S-tmiiä -, 
to get or to obtain from etc. by scolding. 

2l(lfeifCn, "■ refl. ®irf) -, to weary 
one's self by scolding, to scold exceedingly 

MbteiUn, »• '•. '■ to separate by 
means of a wedge. 2. J lo buy from ; f. 
-Jlbf.luffM. 

3lbMtevn, •'• «■ auv.Mn,-, t. 

press. - r, n. to finish pressing. ^ibQtttU 

'mbie'tten, "•'«■ tVuTclmil,, to un- 
fasten. 

mbteiilen, \- Jibprüneii.. 
Mbti^tvn, " >■«?■ Sid) -. to tire 

aibfimmcn, " ">. [tei !B5itd)ern] t- 
mbiir\beVl\, <>■ » «> cease child- 

3ibti<l>!l>en, ■>• "■ »inen %ioel -, to 
cut olTtlie head (point) of a nail. 

2l6tijJ*en, '■■ »• "> g'ide oir an 
edge. 

ajbei^Cln,"«-!" tire with tickling. 

3Hbtiaffen, "■ »• «> g-pc to stand 

gaping , to be a-jar. 

SMbflaftern, -. »• i- to fathom. 2. 



ettini« -, 



iX>.i\< -, to cord. 

2H)Etagcn, ' 

ing. 

2lbE(ammcrn , ■• «. (Me sBifiD- 

10 -, to unpeg. 

Ubttanq, m. (-«, p(. -fiÄnge) » 

^bflapipen, "-a. i.icjineii iifri»-, 

to lei down llie leaf of. 2. f. 91 b tcn m . 
pen. 

aibJtaren, v. a. to Une; (»urd) silf.. 
fliegeill -, to decant, to defecate; IMirrf) 
9Jle^f^fd)Illf|ell) -, to clear, to clarify. 

WlbiläVen, »-reß. Sld)-, to clarify. 

aibflaren, "■ (-«)/ fining; decanta. 
aibtlhrUng,/. 5 tion. defecation; 
clarllic.ition. 

used in fining wine etc. 

mbUat^ä), ",. i-e«, pi. -e, cast, 

nbtlatiaftn , "• «. •• W^ ®*tif" 

gieeern ic.J to lake a cast or impression, to 
impress. 2. (©in fiiuB) -, lo slap. 

2lt)traut>en , "• "• '» pi<^i' "«. '» 

pinck off. g-men fiiipd)eii o£i. Un« gleifd) 
poll eiiteni ÄiiPd)eii - , to pick a bone. 
aHJCIerffCn, ••• «• t» copy In 

SlbflciÖCn,"".«. 1. ((Sineti)-, to 
undress. 2. (51rd)ir.J to partition (off), to 
separate by a partition. 3. [IK.ir.] Cie 
Inue-, to take olf the service. 

2lbCICt&Ung, /. I. undressing. 2. 
partitioning, partition, erection of a par- 

Slbncmmen, -■«• (©i"'"' fieffm- 

gctsc.) -, lo pinch off, to squeeze off. 

2lbHettcrn, » 



SIbfUmvcrn, 



iiieiii »nil- 
play badly 



mt 



2lbf 



nibtlopfen, - «• 1- (g-tmnä) -, (. 

ear. Uy bealiilg. 3. i ([ (eilKli) - , So bea 
lundly. 4. lli)V-l Q'm» ?ptol)Cbi<fleii - 
sirike o(f i. proolslieet. 

2Ib6lo^cn , "• "■ 'o «»" »If " log- 
mhtaabbern, •>■ " '» "ii'''i<^ <>«■• 
31btnaätr., »■ a. («. n. used wn 



,. ,.. lo fire CO«;, 

JlbfnaUen , 






brenlt off in lillle bits. 2. t It" »lint, lo 

SnlJIlE -. 10 cnrlail one's wn_ges; Qintux 

,„eaUi fuD .in ter Ki'il -, to siint one'» 
stif in food. (I'i' 

2lbenat)Ven, ' "• i- '■iiDtipoen 
2tbena»jfen, "• "• i -iiDfnnppen 

2tl'£nattcrn, ■'■" r- >JiDfn.,ierM. 
2itfnauj?cln, »• "• i» p"''- °" 

(Willi the teelli), to gnaw. 6111611 JUlDCfttn 

'Slfcfnaufcrci, /• stiming, wi,i,- 

21b?noufern , i -ii o ( n .1 p p e n 
=nbtneifin , -r ^ a. i. f. sibfue. 

wind, to ply (tuin) to windward, 
jiiiicli off. to nip otf. 

2lbtntcf cn , •• "■ '■ '» "«ck otf 



SIbf nicen, » »• ' "> »ear out w off 

byluieeliug. •2.(iOntir5el)liT!c.i-, to atone 
lor elc. by kneeling. 

2lbtnivfcl)cu, »• "■ to bite os. 
2lbfniftf vn, »•»• taijeiu.j to deci.p 

SlbfntftCrn, ".(-».ISDcm] decrep- 
itation, (take oft. 

Slbtnovfen , - "• to unbutiou »nd 
2lbfiuibbi*vn, " .■ 10 nibble off. 

2lbEnÜ»jffU, ■>■"■ to unbind, to un. 

2lbfnu*)ticrn, " «• i- ^iiufnub; 

SlbEnuttCln,"."- 10 cudgel soundly. 

5UbfDd)cn, ■>■ ". 10 i>oii. 1» ii"»'! 

(S-iii nb.iif i>(t)ltr ir.lllf, a decoction. 

JUbCodjen, ». -. 1. msed wnb i„i. 

'SlbfoblCn, v.a. to mark off witb 

Mbtbhltn, •' ■'. I. «6 1) lit ten. 
mbUblcr, >" 1--^. p'--) m^'] 

"«UbtoUern, »■ "■ (""d with fnn, 

SibfOimne, >"• l- >21bti)mmliufl. 

Jlbfommcn , "-■ «• »• f^'ii «i"' 

friiu 1. lo coine or gel off, lo deviate. SSi'lll 
ajfO' -. lo '»"' ll'« "^y > ''I'll i"r S'iljl^lt -, 
CäüOlDlulpr ] 10 gel oinhe scent. 1. i :> 



arler of an hour 7 b) «I'tt SBeil"(l -, 
coiue olf a loser, c) - uoti teinttll Siuetft 

i to grow out of use, to fall into disuse. 

JibEommcn, "• (-«> i- f«iiias imo 

suse, growing out of use. t. coinposi- 



Slbtoinmenfdjaft, /■ descent, oif. 

ring, posterity. 

2ibtDmm(in3, '"• ^-f, w- -'> »"f 
5llbfö}jft'n, ". a 

ad. (i-iilfli Oi.nji-l -, to poin 



a uail. 
:ut off I 



ilbtovtren, "• «. «o copy toff,. 
2tbto»»t>etn, f. "■ to uncouple. 

atbJofcn, -■ «• <i-i»e"i G-iifi6 -, to 

2lbf often, >■■■ «. 10 take away by 
suns (or croaking 

2(bh'acl)j(Cn, "■«• to utter groaning 

JMbtvac^icn, "• '•'/'• äkd -, i. to 



:2lbfVC.ftfn, ». .. to ut.er crowmj 
aibtrnbCn, "■ re/i. ©id) -, to we; 
2tbtVaften, i'- ■■• t" weaken 

JlberaUen, .' ■< i» cuw off. 

>2tbh'aint'n, ». ,.. to dear away, ( 



2lbtvnin»cln , 



21btvnni»>en, <■•■ "■ itei 



:fiut) 



%biVaX\Uin, V. „ I uised «Uh lett,; 
2lbeX-ailtCn, •■ ».J'» ^' »«^»kenec 

3lbfvonEen, » « i» «a"« i-y gii":! 
iUbtt'diiet-n, "• >'ß. äitt) -, to pint 

aibtrai^cn, «• "■ i. itetivns) -, n 

remove by f>crapiiig, to scrape off, u 

■i. 10 clean by scraping , lo scrape 
,<S,l)iil)f)-, to rub off tlie dirt. 3. 1 J (Ijll 

2lbtra$cn, -. « C lo run «««>,.. 

2lbf ra^Ung,/ »craping o«, scatch 
2lbtl'autCn , "• «■ (""en Wan 
2lbtl'etfd)Cn, i>.a.[il)p.Jtocleau»e. 

iUbei-eifdjen, •■■ <• i. lUoriftre 
2lbtx-eifd)en, v.ren. ei*-, to 



aibtl'l'it'Cn, >■• " lo 'cpar 

äibfi-cifcn, "■ <>. (used with 1 



Mbtriectfen, '■ •• lused with feim 

cret-p away. 

Mbtrieqen , •• <•• '• (einem et. 

ö) -, to obtain by arms, to get Ity uiak- 
; war. 2. ©«iiieii tbeil pon k. -, to get, 
have a share of ete. 3. f (t CS-tronä -, to 
: a reprimand, a punislinieut. 4. ^ to 
i.ove. to get otf. 

atbtriecln , "• a- to copy aegii- 

geiitlv, to scrawl off. 

Sl'btrof^cn, .. «. i. to roast, i. 

[ii.p.l .oil« Del)-, to clarify. 

Slbh'ÜmCln, »• a. to break off in 

aibtrumeln, "• "db. ^ to fan 
Jibtriimeln, «r«/». 311« -,| off m 

small pieces, to crumble off. 

2ibfrijntmen, "• » m bend down. 

-, D.re/?. iäl(t)-, to run crooked at tlie end. 

2tbfruften, «■ a. (Das »n-iiis., -, 
to cut off. 10 take away the crust. 

2lbf Ugeln, ■'• ". to count by means 

iMb«iit)Icn°" 1 1- ? 'o "01, to „. 

iresh. lo refrigerate. D.lj (J)|,ic lliK^ un6 
unit) -, [ie(t)n.] to anneal the glass. '2. t 
(DenOKlirl), ©iferic.)-, to cool, to ijueneh. 
eiiii-ffiiitl)(l)fii (111 einem -, to vent one'. 
spleen ,up)onetc. 

SibfÜJjtCn, •■ r«^. äldl -, to cool. 

iUbfÜftleil, r.". (used with feui) to 

2(bfÜI)len, n- i-*) f. 'JlUfiiolnno. 
JJbfÜ^lenO, «<</. cooling, refrige- 

lalive. refrigerant, relrigeratory. [-JJteD.K.j 
(S-iil -ti »Btlltel, a refrigerant, refrigera- 

2ibf ül)lfa# , " <-iK6 , pi. -wffet) 

l-Wfr.llliirg.) cooling vat, cooler. 

2lbgüJ)lrinnc,y. ip'-«; cwemiuirfl j 

2lbfÜljlun(^,/ cooling, refreshingi 

>'! b t II 1) 1 II 11 (I s lu 1 1 r e I, n. t'Bi'eö. ] relri- 
gerant; f. 51 ti( li Die 11 0. 

2lbfummfrn , »■ « to wear out 

2lb£ÜnÖCn , » r. «. l. to make 

2lbf unöigen , ) known, to publish, 

to proclaim, to annoiiiice, to notify, ttin 
'£r,Ul[piiar — , to publish the bans of oia- 

about tlie street. 2. (>)ied)t6|pt.] to give 
up . to resign. 

aibCünöigen, n. i.-i<( \. pubiisis 
SlbCiinCigung , /• j mg . pro- 

claiming, proclamation . publication; pu- 
blishing bans. -fine« SjntOui«, (tout, «irdiej 
pretoniiation. 2. (Wed)t«|"pr.J giving up, 

aibtUnft, /■ I- hirth, extiaction, 
descent, origin, lainily. race. 3$ptl dttrec-, 
well born, of a good family ; pun {jeiltei* 
Iter -, low-born, base-born. '2. l= ^iUbfoIH; 
nieii, 3$evgleid)) agrecnient, acconiu 
f. 'ilbfuiniiten. 

21bfü»felnw •• « •» ^» 
21btiit>fcn, >">?> «o '»p- 

2Jbfut>venw "• »• «" ">i' 
2lbl!uvffn,ioff ,cut off, 



2ibf 
Jlbfurjen, v. a. i. to abridge, tc 

shorten. 1. i a) lo abiidge. to shorten; tc 
epiloniiie-, [Wnll).) to reduce. (©111 <IBDrt) 
-, to abbreviate; fict» 6(1« SeCeil -, to slior- 
ten one's life; fid) - MfTeni), (iJHnth.) re- 
ducible, b) lo diuiinisU. n> lessen, to clip. 
Oeiii(iii6ä Sdjii, isi. gineiii it« St'ljii -, in 
curtail or lower one's wages. 

albEurjen, ». (-«> r- jufiirjuug. 

2tbEÜr^eV, '"■ (-«, C'. -) abrid.er. 

2t6fÜl',<Ung , /■ l. a) shortening, 
abridgment ; [■Hfotlj j reduction, b) (Sfle 
aiSaeflifJ»" - '"" S*feiDei1), abbreviation, 

defalcation. 

?l I) f Ü r J nil g « 1 c i it) ni, n. abbreviature. 

SJtifÜffCn, -■«. to kiss away o,- off; 
it. f. 91l.l)erj,:n. 

3tbfutfrf)cn, f. ... (used with fcMi) 



«jie's fill, to laugli one's SI 

Slblactiren, i:i6m 

Ifllf.] to graft by approac 
o^. etiun«) - , to unlade, 



',HbI 



drive off. 



disburden, to discharge. 2. i to overtur 

2<b(atie=Ort, »< ) I'&ecitmM] po 

2lblnfe)>Ia^ , S »f discharge. 
aiblater, "> l t-i. pi--) discharge 
aiblnSer , S umoader. 

3IbtagC,/.<p'-n) l. t laying .-.sld, 
putting away. 2. i3ie(f)iiiini]äo -, bri.igin 
in one's accounts. 3. ['3fcd)t«fpr.] a compel 
sation made by pare.its to children in lie 
of their inlicritance. 4. place of deposit 
(Jnrnio.] wood-yard. 

2lblager, ». <-«. pi- -) i. putting 

up. aliglitiiig. '2. resting-place, stopping 
place. 3 [-?tcrt)Iiftir.) the privilege of the 
liege-lord of reposing and refreshing 
.elf in any place. 

SlblagCrn, ■■ «- l» remove fr 
storehouse; f. niirt) 21 ^ j e I n g cr r. 

Slblammen, c .. to discon 



plenary i 



; tiurifiMii.ii 
ry indulge 



festivities (cereii 

-lltuedtief, ni. (5(5m. Si 
•:il6l,iBgelö, II. sli.ove-nic 
aiblneimiiBel, .... \ («öiuifrfjffiinte) 
«blnefrnm , m. \ selling, sale of 
^tll(iefr(imerei,/.) ithe pope's) in- 
dulgences. 

ilOlngjiilic, ... (JftMii. Äirrf)c) jubilee. 
<!IMnB(nnj«(,ln, /. .3«m.. fiurici 



ndulge 

y 



parry the thrust, 



mi 

eiieifgi.fr) 



15 

■). e) iS-., 
[5ed)if J 



peuil 



nary. 



9I6lng(itct)f,/. (9jDiii.Sir(f)e) station. 
ÜlbMgfrnilier, m. seller of iudulgen- 

^IbhiBPfennig, ...- f. IUMubccIÖ. 
2lbl(lgprefigri-, .,.. a pieacher of in- 
dulgences, [ti-day. 
>!16l,lgll.cri)e,y. week of Corpus Chris- 

2lbIoffen, '>• "• <• i. lo let oif, to 

'©ill ffilS) -, 10 broach, to tap; SBciil -, 
to rack wine; leilleii ieirt» -, lo let off; 
(ein Scfjiff) -, to launch; (ciiicii Srief nil 
gilieii) -, to send; emeu 'l^oam -. to un- 
bend a bow; (cine iiufgejcgene Jliute) - , 
to let off. 2. (e-iiinii ©rioiiS)-, 10 give up, 

(any thing), to dispose of etc. 3. Gtwai 
I'om <))reife -, to abate the price ofetc. 4. 
ISitiihni.I (Die Si'ljleii) - , to pa«. 

Säblaffen, "•■ i>- «- msed wUh ijnbenj 
iSdii &tll'n«) -, to leave (olT) , 10 cease 
ifrometc.j; to desist (from etc.). Slimi 



«ofei 



evil. 



- iti ■ajniTaf , I. (>■ b 1) i- ; n D g e 1 ,1 u ft „ 
U. epuleil), to be empty; Mf Uljr i;l 



to fall or becouK 



ini -? 
-ood or 



ilblaufen , »■ rejl. em - , to ure 
one's self, 10 grow weary by runn.ug. 

21b(aufen, •■. «. l. to wear oH uf 
to wear out by running. 2. ,0 run olf. 
aid) fiiil Me giige mid) ©iii'dfi - , lid) Me 
ijilrfeu nod) (Jlll'iliS - , to run olf one's 
heels for etc. (Jiiiein Den SEfg -, to stop 
a way. road or passage. 3. ± Bie .^öriier. 

oats; en« t)a\it id) liiriflil nn Hen gd)iibeii 
iifigeliiufen, that 1 have known long 
iigo. 4. einem fen <)5reiä - , to beat any 
one in running. 5. i (3-ircin Ben 'jenna -, 



: of < 



2lblaffung, / letting oir, 

2Ibl0tt», m. (-«, pt. 



2lbtatten, 



>n; selling, 
-t) [®ram 
Set iibu'lnt 

M ?(id)) - , 



21blanöcn,^ 
StblanBen,^ 



Slblang, «*• 



led with Imllc 



9ll'll^llgrli^^, adj oblongly round. 
SlblOngCn, '•. a. to reach; to letcl 

down; f. grrtidicii, ijern6l)Cleii. Qi 

2lblängen, r. a. i. i-toih.] to dij 

lengthwise (leng^.waysl. 2. [3inimerl.J tc 
hew lengthwise, lo cut Ihe proper length 

2lblafc^en, »•«- (5i't(im.] to ma.k 

out a way through a forest. 

2lbl0#, n.. (-(Te«, pi. -in(fe) I. (eine« 
tti<t)ei ic.) letting off; draining, drawing. 
2. drain, Watergate, floodgate, sluice. 3. 
Dhne -, incessantly, without inlerniission. 
Without interruption, uninterruptedly. 4. 
[Körn. Äiitl). ÄirtfteJ indulgence, indulgen- 
cy, pardon remisiiun. SJonfommenfr -, 



2lblauben, v. ... to piuck oir ieav< 

to'unleave. CSmicm 2BriM(lL'(t-, tolopavin 

211blauben , n. <-«) z.m - ein 

SlCeillili'rfcä, the lopping of a vine. 

2lblau(e)rcr, >«- (-*, pi- -> lu 
2lblaufrn, ■>■ a. lo imk or wat 

for. ((SinEilietlUiu!)-, to obtain by watc 
ing. Die ®elfgcnl)flr - , 10 waich for ; 
opportunity (to injure another etc. >. 

Ablauf, m. (-eä, pi. -Uwe) 1. ru 
ning off. flowing off, away or down; goii 
off. — itei OTecrr«), ebb. ebbing. 2 i 



•i 'SieAy. 
b) Dri 



of the 



.ndu.l, outlet, vent. 4. [<Hrttlit.] 
roon. [scuppers, scupper-h 

9I6Uufriniie,/ OB.ir. J scupper 
916lnufröl,re,/. waste, pipe.tun, 
ai^lnufäplnnfen, / pi. launc 



Sfblaufen, i 

— lui'iii aBiiiffc 



used with 



2lblaufer, "•- (-*, pi- 



2Jb(ougen , " ». 

ite with lye. b) to wasli 
e. 2. 1 (©ilieil) - . to 

JMbtdugncn, »■ « 
2lbläugnung,y 



2lbfauf4)cn , «- ... iSuvai, - , to 

get or learn by listening , to overhear ; 
it. to lurk or watch for. 

2lblaufen, "■ «• l- einen - &mm 

2. ±0-10 fleece, to cheat. (Jineiii gironi -, 



aibtaut, m. (-es, pi. -e> [(Sriiium.j 
modilied (of vowels;. 

2JbIäutcrfag, "• i-ne«, pi- -<ä»et, 

[■»iCMllurg.] wasliing.tub. 

2lblflutcrftfte,/- <pi- -», mm.] 

2lbläUtern, ■>.»- tocbirlfy, to dear, 
to purify, to filter, to tine, to refine ; 
[Sncfetf.] to refine. (SCein) - , to rack , 
(Q-rje) -, to wasli (O.e), to buddle; (*)Kc. 
tnlle) - , to refine. 

ilbleben, ■>. ... to die. t" decease. 
•aiigflfOt, decrepit, worn out by age. 

JUblCbCn," (-«) death, decease. 

-.äbWäen , V. a. to lick off; to l.ck 

SlblrJiern , ■. ». 1. 1« skin. 2. 1 j 

(Jiiicii -, t>D. ©iiinn üen »urfel -, to lick, 

iUble&tgen , ■■. a. (»m jtnpirai, -, 

■ilBiöfen. 
2lblf Cl-en , <>- a. to dear, to empty 



im 



2lb( 



2l6teflOt, ".. (-en,p(.-n,, .blega.o 

ablegen , ■>• «• •• ■» i^y by, down 

If or away ; to put awaj or off . to pu 
Dwn ; ( $nnbfd)Ul)e ic. ) -, to take off 
;eiiie Sleiecc -, to put off; (eine Cdil ic 
, to put down; cine gotin -, llljp.) « 



Ute 



forii 



fintte, Sotten) -, to lay out. 2. i (Juien 
lltel -, to quit a title; (eine (Stf)iilb, einen 
Stfiirt)) -, to pay; eine ^rcbiflt -, to deli- 
ver a sermon; 3cUQni6-, to bear witness 
or eiidence, to depose; J?ecl)enfd)nft - , 
to give 01- render an account, d'On, I'lOev) 
to give an account (of), to account (for) ; 
35ed)nun8 - , to account, to give (in) an 
account, to bring in one's accounts; emeu 
Uiti -, to take an oath ; 6ic ®ter6li(I)feit -, 
to die; ein ©cliibbe-, to make a vow; 
feineSiEluliSe - (u. einem ??t5nri)c), to take 
ti.e vows, f. Olid) esel^ll>^e; em Äiiiö -, 
'. aibfrfjeiDcn, 21()tl)eilen ; Qtwni mit 
emem Slnbern -, f. abfnrten ; bie fiin< 
terfrt)nl)e - , to be no longer a cbild; ein 
SSeEenntnig-, to make confession, to con- 
fess; fcin®binbenSI)c(cnntnig nbjnieflen, 
10 make liis confession of faith. 3. (= tlid)t 
nieljt trnjen) to leave (or cast) off (a coat). 
4. ± (eine üble 6ieiut>l)nl)eit ic ) -, to leave 
off. to throw off; ein emlet -, to forsake 
., vice. 5. [®nrten(.l (?ftelteii) - , to set. 
6. [gwfla'. II. «JBin.] «le airbeilet) -, to 
pay off. 

2l6legen, "•"• '• - 1^'- ">"" ^"'r-' 

II. o II. *»(Stid)en) , to bring forth ; to be 
delivered of a child. 5. («Wat.] -, oi). mil 
fern ®d)i|Te-, 'o put off from the shore, tc 
put out to sea. 3. (= nbncl)nieii) to gro» 
ieaaor thin ; |. ÜI b II e I) ni e n. 

Slblcgen, «• (-«> f- aibieauno. 
atbleger, "■• <«, )>' -) '• i&M'nt. 

layer; scion; \. Mbfentcr. 2. [2ma 
roicll)frt).] a new swarm of bees; il. a cub 

""sibtegef^tjaCti)!» , ."•<-««, ?'■ - 

fpft(l,)ne, (iw.) distributing rule. 

aiblCgUng , /• '■ laying aside etc. 
2. t - ^cr afecbnimgen , rendering of ac- 
counts; - eine« Qitei , the act of taking 
an oath; f. QlblEOCU. 

StblCljn, ". (-«. )''■ -) appanage. 

2lblehncn, <=■ <•■ lO""-] «^»H-m 



2lbleftnen, >' « i. <■> '"" 

aside, to remove from. (Jincn £ 
[5e(!)tf.] to parry a thrust. 2. i 



2lb(ettcn, » 



iide, 1 



ein SBctiiircd 
nd) £ eitlen 



lead off 



unke I 



lajnfFer) - 
iBiittel , I 
(Jinen I't'ir 



!eD. ] antlspastic medicines ; 

rcd)ten) aäJt'Of - , to mislead. 
J misguide, to seduce; (Dell Sll^)-, to 
oiiduct. 2. i oonic, to deduce, to derive. 
) diaw from etc. gill fficrt -, to derive 

aiblCttCn, >'. (-«)|. 5lbleitnnfl. 

Slbleiter , '»■ <-« . ?'• -> condun- 

ipe. channel; conductor of lighlning. 

atblcttung,/- <pi- -'»> '• 'un.ing 

ff or aside elc Die - feä 9D3(lfictö, llie 
iversi.on of water fiom its channel (by 
ateral drains etc ); bic - OOn Jfeild)tiofci. 
en Ob. Sfifren , [Web.] the deiivation of 
lumors (from the eye etc, b\ a blister on 

rruviug from etc., derivation; [®rilnini.] 
lerivation. 3. i (bc6 •abgeleitete) -, deri- 
■alien; [ffirnmni.] derivative 4. conduit, 



<!lbleitiiiio«finul,/- I® 

91 b I f 1 1 II II d S f d) 1 1 III , m 
vith a conductor of liglilning 

9lbleitiinn«fil6f,/. parti 
iffixed to a word 

«Mblentcn, » « ' '■> 



off, to repel, decline, to refuse, trine tae. 
tid)Icb(ir(elt - , ob. t'lMI M - . '" decline 
a jurisdiction ; einen 2>ttbfid)t imn fid) -, 

alblebnung, /. declining etc., re. 

aiblCiCrn , ». ->• to perform on the 
lyre ; to play on the hurdy-gurdy ; to 
rtrawl. (borrow from etc. 

Stbleiften, ■• ". e-nem em.,,. -, .o 

^IblCtbCn, "• r-«lj borrowing (from 

2(blet^ung , J- ) «^"^ >• 
2(blcincn , "■ «■ "> '»'"' "" f""' 

"«atbleiften, "• <•■ [®rt)ni)»i.l (Srt)ui)e 

le.) - to lake off from tlie last. 2. &llieh 



parry a thrust ' 
©iiifH uon K. - 
(his purpose) ; I 

f. 5U I el) II en. 

Iblenten 

turn off, a 



2tblCnfung, /; turning oir etc 
'ilblEiifniioSniinvifr, m. [-JBilit. 

Slbtcrncn, "•"■ einem etmn« ■ 

am Ijom etc. by looking on , to im 
iiy one in etc 

2lb(crfct)eii, v. «. f. sibiStr« 
2lblefcn, -r. ■.. n. i. (gtiiditcic 

I pluck off. tu gather, to pick oft (i 
III , Unoejiefet) bun einem «mime i( 
) rid a tree etc. of elc. Sie Stein« 
neni 91(tet , to rid a field of sto 
, cS. einen 5U3eiiibera -, to gaihei 



"sjjblcfer, '"" 



erstand that he is in the right track. - 
. r«l. Sid) -, f. Slbliebcm. 

aibltcfcrer, ">. (-«, pi. -) he that 
abliefern, "• » '■> deliver, t« den 

■er up, to deliver in. 

SlbliCfern, »■ >-i)l delivering, de. 
SlbUcfCrUng , / S liverlng up or 

11, delivery. Stud) 31 b 1 1 ef er II 11 fl , und) 

tfbldter - , when delivered. 
91b liefern ng Sptnmie,/. prime, pre- 

nium. (delivery. 

91blicfer»n(i«rrt)eiii,m. certificate of 
91blicfctunfl«je''. /• "■"« or tern 

3lbltcgen, ->■ •>■ «. (»«d «nth fein) 

o be or lie at a distance , ta be distant, 



lying far 
Sill nbge 



ugh. 9fbaelegen, diitant, 
worn out (or off) by lying. 
en et 'ÜJeg, by-path; f. 916« 



aiblicgen , *>■. ». «. (used with i)n> 

bell) 1. to rub off by niuoh lying.. ». (3m 
©efnngnifjei - (cine eri)nlb) , to pay by 
lying in prison. 

2Jblicgcn , "■ <■•- >•««■ ®id) - , «• 

wear off by lying ; to become «ore by 
lying, giri) bie §iniire - , to lose »he hair 
by miicli lying. 

2lbUflJeIn, ". ». to read UsplngCly) 

21bttftcn, - «• f 6«' by "aft. &. 

nein etl».lö -, to liick one out of etc., t» 
chouse one out ot eic. ; einem fein 6I(> 



Sibleugncn, 
aibltcbcln, .'. 



5Hblieben, »•'•■ [soniMnfpr.] to nop 



mni^-, to dra« 


out a secret fr 


m one. 


aibloben , 


. .(. [9fed)täfpt.] 


to pro. 


se not 10 do a 


hing. 




Slblotfctt , 


V. a. 1. to lure 


away, 




aw off. 2. i em 


nttet. 


1,6. - , to get fr 


oni etc. by flatte 


ry, b, 


,r «ords. to dra 


w out from etc., 


to flat. 


r or coax any 


one out of etc. ®cl)eim. 




ut secrets; eine 


1. Dftr«. 


n - , to draw t 


arj from one. 




mbloäevn, 


t>. a. to loosen 


, to gel 



from etc. by degrees. 

aibloftnen, " «• mtbeiter) -, t. 
y off. 10 dismiss or discharge. 

9Xblörf«en , - «■ m^h-] «• ns ^ 

lo a small deptli. 

2lbIiSf(ftCn , ■> «• '■ to quench , V 
lineuish; to cool. Unit-, to slake lime 



2. (61: 



iifel) ■ 



spunge I 



2lblöfcn , "• "■ '• <®t"««> - ' '° 

take off, to detach, to unbind ; il. to lire 
(off), to discharge (a gun), (ein ®lieli) -, 
Ob. bDUl fiStpet-, [eijlt.] to sever, to cut 
off. to amputate; (einen Siibtcn, Sttitfic.) 
-, 10 loosen, to untie, to undo; -, [ÜReb.J 
to resolve ; eiii bell Sdileim -be« TOiltel, 
(-Web.] expectorant . pectoral. 2. i (Sine 
Sd)ilbiund)c) - , to relieve ; bie Wnilt - , 
[-TCnr.] to set the watch . to spell the 
watch; (etil <Bfi,llblC.) -, to redeem, lo re- 
cover; (fine Jfenteic.) -, to buy off. 

alblOfCn , '■ rtfl. Sid) -, 1. to suc- 
ceed by lurns. Sid) icindllbrr) -, lo re- 
lieve one another, to alternate. 2. to com« 
off, to peel off, to drop off. 

aibtöfcn , ". (-«) 1. 9l(.l5fiinfl. 



,,y be loosened etc. 1. 1 



21 1' 111 
lUbmaVfc^, "'• (-tSJt'TOilit.Jniar 



21 bn 



17 



Ullfi'llt 



«blöfung,/- ' '«''"'g »t, loose» 

ing, untying i firing off; discliaigo. - ei 
lie« OlitiJcä , [Shiv ] anipntatioii i - in 
ipnut, l^TOlt.l efllorescence. i. i») [-Mi: 
let.) - (tec Sri)ilMllil(f)e), relieving, relief 
- (^er ildlofenbe ®ül6nt !f.) , relief, b: 
redeeming, recovering, buying off. c 
[3{fd)tff|ir.J ransom. 

mlÖtiiin,« "■ to nn.older. 

mUadiStn, r. ^iiDuioitn. 

ablUÖCrn, -. «• f. «^leccn.. 

SlblÜgCn, ''••".«i. i» deny by lying 
(einem ©tro.i«) - , to gel frometc. b> 
lying, 10 gain by lying, lo deprive on! 
of elc. by lying. 

216(U9fen, »- ■■ l» perceive o, 
learn by lurking; I. •«() I ,l il t c 11. (S-lliE.li 
etiDd« -, 10 gel fiOni etc. by roguery, to 
swindle any one out of etc.. f ^0ll|leil 

2J6(utircn , - "• iei)ei".l "> '»I'f 



2l6maalcn, '■■■ «■ "> "'"'i 



10 adjust. eiii®ef(l)n|t-, [i&niibel] lo winr 
up a business; (eine3{ril)iiuii(]) -, to clo»c 

2(bmatftung, / i- undoing, loo 

-seniiig elc. 'I. ± settling etc.. adjustment 

2lbmagcrn , "■ " csed witi. fem 

to glow le.in, to fall away. 

2l(>maaerung,/ emaciation. 
2ll)mä6cn, "■ "■ i. - i®viif k.), h 

tlie grass from elc. Sine SBitl'c K. - , ti 
mow a meadow etc. 91 b ill li f) 11 n a, / mow 
ing etc. 

^bmal)(en , " •■■ 'pp- 2iNei»'ii) 

leio to tinish grinding, to grind sulfi 
ciently. 

»Kbmafilcti, '■■ «• (^ >Jii)Mi,irffii) i< 

mark out, to maik olf. 

SlOmalen , S »'» ■ etiu«») - , " 

paint, to poitray ; to take ones likeness 

gincti Milri) Dem Scl'cll -, lo draw one fion 
the life , to describe one to tlic life. 

Wihxaahntn, »■ <• (Jintn domk. - 

10 dissuade any one fiom elc. 

2lbmaftnung,/- dissuasion. 

ülbiiinljiiinioSfrfireiOeii, .i. dissua. 
sive letter. l.\o. 1, 

2J6itincfern , <■•■ «■ f- 9U'f)<in»eni 
2l6maifc^i'n,; » >• i» "'ash duly. 
3lljmeifd)en,^ - "■ »■ i» «nisi: 

2l6man(^efn, ■>• ■> •■> »"»"gi" aiio 

rouglily;. - I'. II. to finish (to have done) 

mangling. 

2lbraäraetn,^ '." "> emaciate, to 
JlbmCnlCln,* eneiv.Me. to w.-isle. 



21bmavfen, " 



Drnticll Engl. 



1. (giiitn) - 
I excruciate 
;. 2 leilltlll 



3lbmarfc^tren , 

iVllll [-«illlt.] 10 depart, 

2lbniavtern, "■ < 

plague, to worry, to ve 

2lbmaß, -<■ (-eO/ the measure after 

2lbma#c , /■ ^ a thing 
21It>magigen, f. « to modify. 

Jlbmattra , " a. l. to harass , to 
fatigue, to weary, to liie tout'. - Cutd) !C., 

flniij iitatiufiteet, quite spent 2. (leef)!! ) 
IffioiMc 1 - , to dull. 

2tbmatten , » «fl. ©i* - , ■■> 'x- 

äibmattUng, /. l- harassing, tiling 
etc. :. weariness, ratigue, lassitude. 

Hhmeitvn, •>■ « leineio - i» tum 

Sl&meierung,/ expulsion from a 
2l(>metgc(n, "■ "■ i- to ciiisei oir. 

2»Dnielfcn, -r. r. „'. i. lo miik v 

ing. 

2H)merae(n, f- ^UMniuuci"- 
afbmerren , "• <>• lo ifam ^y <>''- 

aibmegtav, "'U. t-Brntij.j commcn- 

^bmt^barleit , /■ (-Kati).) com 

«Mbmeffen , ->■ "• •■• l- «> measure 
off, to measure by lathoins. leillell 'JltfiW 
-, to survey ; mil i>ii. unci) t'rr iliiiiKnuiijt 
-■, to take the level ; mit i'ö. und) Cet Hut 
-, to measure by the ell. 2. (3pI,m if. &|; 
leil u. cillcmScilOf)-. "> measure (and cull 
off. 3. t a) einen 25.T1S, r<t>. Me Jüpe emei! 
SBerieJ-, to scan averse; I'll» - eiuee 
SUevfe«, bet Slice euiei ajerfeo , scanniin;. 
scansion, b) (liu eieillc) -, to weigh (the 

etc.), to measure; to proportion , toad- 
just, eeiiie ®(f)virte-, lo walk slowly, 
considerately ; lo act with great cirLum 
spectiou; (fllUilii - luicf) IC, to measure elc. 
by etc.. to suit to; (Jilieu itddjlc. -, to judge 
of etc. from oi- by etc ; ii^i l|f lllrt)t ilbjll. 
Ill ef fell, there Is no standard for that; 
(bie Seit) , ~ to apportion. 

3l6mfffeV, <••■ <-«, P'- -> measurer, 

aibmCffUng, / m-nsiulng. measure. 



aibmeljen , ■>. .». [i>n «aiiierhi i 

lake a peck uf grist ,is payment. 

SlOmictJjcn, " «- eiiuui iStam^ 

lo hire or rent fruMi etc.; to farm. 

aibinietftev, "■• (•«,?/•-)> hi.c, 
2lbm«ettierinn,/ii''--tn.5iesse, 

2lbmtftCn , " «■ to remove dun; 
to cle.ir of or off iiianiire. 

mbmttUln, •>■ «• to end by „ledii 
lion; I. Sfrmiiti'lii. 



2lbm06Cln, '■ ... to model, to moid, 
10 copy ic. ace), to take the model of. 
2lbm00fCn,/ v.n. to scrape off the 
ilbmOfen , S '»«.^ from dc.. to free 
from (clear of) moss. (moss etc. 

JlbmOOfUng , / a Ire.ing from 
2lbmÜ6en, ■' ". to we..ry. to tire 

»elf. lo tire ones self (out). 

SIbmiiften, " « to trouble. - ,.. 
Slbmügigcn, i> «. i. lo extort. 

e-llinii CS-tlliaii - , 10 evioit or force from 
etc.; |. -31 Uli it I), a en. 2. 3eit, OieSeit-, 
lo spare lime from business ; (Jilteil - , 

Slbmügtgen , "• 'x« «i* - , t» 

Slbmu^igung , /• leisure. 
Sfbnagctn, '■■■"■ ein ®d)iff-, [-»rnci 



iUbnogen , "■ "■ '. f gua« (oif); 

to pick (olf,. is-inen itni'cfjen, ein »ein, Diiä 
gleifd) I Dil einem SnDtfceji - , to pick a 
bone. 2. t Der Suniuiec iia.it il)in 806 
iperj .11), sorrow preys upon his lieart. 

■^Ibnagung, /■ gnawhig coffi; pick- 
ing .off . 

Slbna^cn, ". «■ '• - <""« «ettbeife 

ic.i, to quilt. 2. (s-ine lädjulö -, to pay off 



pay 



;by 1 



2lbnaftme,/ «p'-id i- -. od. -ju 

11 el) mil no,/- taking olf, down or away, 
pulling off etc. . f. -Jl Du el) me 11. Die - 
eiiiei; (ijliebeü, [Gl)ir.l amputation. 2. t Die 
- eiiuT 3(ed)iiiin.j, audit; Die - eines &iti, 
the act of ti.klng one's oath. 3. i (« Set. 
uiinfecilnn) diminution, decrement, de- 

tieiS(ä)f0.id)tni(TeiS übet ©eridjle.", Ilie f.iilure 
of memory or of sight; in - .ji'i-'iiljen obet 
fumineil, to (fall into) decny . lo decline, 
to fail; - (be« -monbeC) , wane. 4. [$iiii> 
bcl] Die - ibet ^IC.mren) , sale. 

2lbnavbfn, "• "■ i®«"-! "> ""p' 

aibtlrtrrcn, "• ". (einem (Stmni)-, 
10 get (from elc.) by pranks and tricks. 

Slbnaftftcn, ». »• (ßtmi« -, to 

take away by stealth (souietliing eatable), 
to nibble daintily. 

2lbnCtfCn, "• "■ lymem Stioa«) -, 
to obtain (or get) by leaiing .any onei. 

2lbneljinen, "■■ "■ "■ '■ f take off, 

to take down or aw.iy. (Die -Midötei -, 
a) to pull off. to put off. (Jineni Oie-WnSfe, 
entee - , i lo unmask any one ; einem 
';p|evbe bie spilfenen -, to uiislioe a horse; 
einem -:i5fetbe ben ©iiltel - , lo unsaddle u 
horse; (einem Iljiete) i<\6 3i-d) -, to 
unyoke (c. ace.) ; ben -Ji.iljm eon bet -3Kil<4 

Siltl-, tu lake off a burden, lo iiuburt'ien. 
lo unburden; eilldll ben Suß-, to lake or 
cut offany one'sfout; bcii iS(().ifen bie-ICi)lle 
-, to shear or fleece the sheep; Dell 5Savt— , 
(j'ineni ben :B.iit-, to shave; (einOJIieb)-, 
10 amputate , lo take off; (Die Ä.ltttn) -, 



18 



aibn 



a) ß-iu fliil6-, lo woan a calf; (6ie ifMiube) 
- , [<ffiniMufpt.) to call off. b) to clip . lo 
«liorten. (ini älrirfcn) to narrow, c) dine 
5itrt)nima-, to .ludit. to pess an account; 
(SllieiH fhlfll C5it> - , to take any one's 
o.iili. to administer an oatli; (Jiiiem (2C(in. 
ren) - , to take (commodities) from etc., 
to buy from or of etc. , irt) l)(llj( lljUl fein 



«Mint-, to remove 

tiiufl)cni , lo judge 
to judge froni i 



uiy tiling by 



far 



■ifl)t < 



(begin to) fail, to de< 
grow less, to get sho, 
length; -(u. TOl)ll^e), t 
ncn), to waste away. -I 
(I 6,' niv eyesight be^ 
icn nb. 



fitiifti 



sabnebmen , 

r. 1.-, |.Riivieii|"P.J 



2lCne6mcr, 



2IbnefimfcI, '■■ 
2llincomung,/ 1 
«Mbneigcn, » «• 



is very plain. 

d with Ijnben; 
to abate , to 
to decay, tc 
decrease ii 
! i - (u. «JJetfo^ 
efid)t 11 i m m 1 
o fall; feilii 
strength fail! 



D abate, to 

-) (5pa^^en 

[linseed 
siftings Ol 
nl,,iie3?r.l 



out (by use); f. '31 I) i] e il ll $ t. — u. re/?, 
aid) - , 10 wear out (by long usage). 

abnu^cn, - f- abnu^una. 
2Jbnü$n', i>,.i-i,pi.-) idie<i)tim.] 

usufructuary. 

aibnU^Ung, /■ '• wasting, wearing 
t. - tti odjlflt« iiiio feinet Siei-Ätljfdjnf. 
I, l-lJi'.ir.] wear and tear of a «hip. 2. 
(9(ed)tsfvr.l usufruct. 

SlbÖJiCn, I' •'. (inicn <!Bnl^) -, to 
it down . to lay waste. 
aibOÖUng , /. cutting down etc. 

ajbobrfeigcn, -• «• einen-, to 

gx ^ne-s ears well. [ish. 

2lbpliren, •>■ a. [stcdjtsfDrj to aboi- 
2lbolition,/- I9icii)t«ipr.] abolition. 

■•31 1' L'lituui Bbrief, m. mandate of 
SlbOmtnObel , "äj. abominable. 

aibonnement , >•■ subscription. 

5 1 1 ft c,/. list Ol subscribers. 

2lbonttent , <" (-f» , p' -e»> » 
aibontiii'cn , ■■. :,. and ^. ren. - . 

t. 11,1. - .lllf It. , to subscribe to etc. 

aiboröncn , "• °. '. te-nien) - , to 

. -{■ to order otherwise, to change a com- 

2lbortner , ■"• t-f, pi- -)( consu- 
Slbor&ncrinn,/ p'- -nuj tuent. 
aibor&nung , /■ I depumion. .ii 
2lbovPncn, "• (-«'5 '^-s^tion . cou. 

litnliüM. [organ. 

aiborgctn, " "• to pmy oif on the 
«abort , . '" ' -") ""'»"= p'«"- 



'illH 



[®frb.] 
•2. Cfincii 



2lbitcigcn, i' ><■./' '■ '<■ "t" «"ide 

from; to incline, to slope, laid) - d'. 21 
mm), (©com.) to diverge; ild) -^e (Si 
iiifii), divtrgeiit. 2. i @id) uon g-iiicm - 
to leave any one. 13?C. 1 

2Jbnetgfn, »• (-«) f sitneiouna 

aibnPigUng,/- >■ dedln.ation from 
a horizontal line . - (eincS ^llflfl« ic), 
declivity, slope; - (jiucior Sinicn), [®eDm.] 
divereence (of linesi. i. i disinclination. 



verseness. Dk llatllrlidle - , antipathy; 

flPiien 2C. , repugnancy, aversion to etc. 

2lbnt(ffn, ■>. "• [ainitmifpr.l to kill 
y rutting the neck, through the neck. 

'Slbnie^elnw " « i-^Jim i to wear 
2lbntcfc(n,<out. 
2Jbnteßcn , *-■■ -■ "• [9fcrf)(«ipt.] to 



iifruc 



2tbntcten, " • 
2lbni*>j>cn, ". 
Slbnotftigen , 



taste (a liqui 
a. e-incni g-ii 






2lbnittf&fln,^ -■ «. to suck ih< 

3lbnUtf<ietl , S juice (from a sweet 
..at.; f. 91 bf .111, en. 

aibnü^en,^ •>■<•■ i- [9fcd)t«fpt.] &i: 

aatbtrU^en,^ lU'l« - to have the usi 



Hbovtircn, •■■ » '" '"^ 
2Jbovti»a, " /-'■ »i"""' 

2lbOrtUö, '".abortion; t 

2lbjjacljten, " "■ (^i"f" 

, lease, to farm, to rent fro 

'Mhpaci)ter, •"■ <-«. i 

Mhpaäen, " <• "> ""p= 
2lb*>a(fcr, "'• ^-e. p' 

npacUs. u.ilo.ids etc. 

2lb»affen , ■; « '■ e 

} square, to proportii 



3lbj>etjcn , 



dgel . to thrash . to thump. 

3ii»fahlen , »■ «■ to paie opr 
2lbj>fa^tung,/- paiing or 

2lbl>fänBCn, >• "■ (einem fciiPliferO 
) - , to seize by law ; to distrain (goods 
r rent etc.). Daf -, Me 91 b p f (i n f ll n J, 
distraining. 

SSlbjjfartCtl, "■« ®ine ®tll1l;il1^e -, 

d .-.ttach them to another. 

2lb)?ffifen , ■' <•■ em Cies - , to 

nbpfcnen, <•■ "■ i 911)tiieipen. 

mbpHcäen, •'■«■ l.ig-inenlMnI))-, 
. niavt oir (out) with pegs. 2. (Ecinivnnb) 
, to rid of pegs, to unpeg (linen). 

Wlbp^Men, .-. <•■ i- to piuck ,o(r., 

gather, 2. (©111 Spiiljn it.) -, to pluck, 
ie 91bpil I'l d n ng, plucking off etc. 

2lbtiftügen, "• «■ i- to pio» off; 

separate or mark by plowing. 2. ((Fill 
elPi-, to finish plowing. 3. ((fine Sd)iilSi 
, to pay (Off) by plowing. 

2lb*)ttffn, ". "■ to peck otr; to 
laich away by pecking. 

'SUbijinnen, ■•• -• f. 9ibfinncn 

2lbj>Irt(fCn, ". "• einem gtnin« - , 
i extort from etc. by vexations. 
2lbjjl(l(fCn, ■'• reß. Sid) -, lo bar 

2lbvl<Jgcn , "■ "■ S'ii'fni ^*ip"ä - . 

I get troin etc. by solicitations, to ob. 
lin from etc. by dint of importunity , to 

1 lormetit, lo plague thoroughly, to worry, 

2lb»)lagen , •>■ reß. «si* - , to 
WLbiDlawen , "■ - "> hawi. 

abplatten, -. «■ "> make flat, to 
alien. 9ibj]cpln tiet (u. 6er er^e, ei= 
fm SpliiiVLMDi, oblate. 

2lb*lattUng, /• •■> flattening. - (6et 



rk for. eine 
- , to watch an opportunitv 
06. i>ie3eitnid)tbi(re'-liji 
they could not have seiied a belle 
portunity; ©tronS libel -, to choose i 



watch or stay 
leoenljeit • 
l)Stten eä 



etc.. to lay wait for etc. 

fUbpatromüiven , "• ■ i&i 

Scgenii) -, [-))(llit.] to send patrols over eli 

mbpanten, -• »• '» announce wit 

the Uettledrum; it. i einen -, f. 91b pti 

flClll 

2lbj)ftnigcn, »■ «• •■ f- an-mn 

ten. 3. 10 punish severely. 3. <eincl 
etiuilr) -, to extort from. 

2IbjJCttfcbfn, "■ "• '■ &mai (Pi) 
einem Sännmeic.)-, to whip off' (from etc 
2. einen -, to scourge, to whip, to lasi 
to flog one soundly. 



mb»latten , 



2lbl>tättUng, /• ironms ; flattening. 
2lbtlIa^En, o-«- Csed with fein > 



2lbt>lä$CM , "■ «■ 1- [ffPrflro.] 
aze (trees.. 2. (2!(rf,nifie 23äume) - 
It down. 3. [ied)n.] f. 91 b f i"i Ijlc n, 



916. 



etc. crack oflf; f. 91bpln^en. 

aibUlaUÖCXMl, " «■ f Mil f* I» n ^ e n. 

2lb»IÜtlbPrn, "■ « to plunder; f. 
^5llill^er^. 

Wipt>äitn, "■ "■ '■ '0 knock off, 
it. i to beat or thrash, einem etiun« - , 
lo bully or hector any one out of etc. 

3lb»Ö\en, -■ ■> [©erb.] f. 9I6^n. 

2lb*>0faunen , •>■ « to perform ou 

Slbjjragcn, " ■■'■ i- ? to coin, to 

mint, to stamp; lo strike off. 2. i to 



2(lH> 
aibvrallen, «. ». 'used wuh fem) 

to fl) buck, to spring back. 10 start back. 
(TJMM'.] to rebouDd from etc. 

^ivraüen, n i-i>( flying back. 
2tb»)rallung , /. J reboundiog. 

resilience. [angle of reflection. 

■a»|>vallunfläii)iiifcl, m. [<Bl)i)i.] 

2l6jjrafFi'(n, >•■ » msed wi.h fidbcn 

and fem) to crackle olf; i(, to leave off 
crackling. 

SUttireStgen , ■■■ a. si* -, ot.. m 

bit Olino^ — . to tire one's self by preacli- 
ing. to preach one's self lioarse . out. 

-Kl'JjrenCn,»« to m.ike etc. rebound. 
-.. n. (.MbvtaH'.n. 

Slb^refffn, >■ «• l- losepa,ateby 
pressing, to iqiieeie off. 2. to press suffi- 
ciently 3. i gutem S-tiDii.s - . to force, 
eiiort. exact frem etc. ; f. (5 rp r e ffe 11. 

aib^jrefTung , / squeezing off etc ; 
ex. onion, exactioa; f. St p r c iTii n 

2lbj)vitf*en, "■ « <■ i'citfdit-i.. 

2ibj)T01?en, <>■••. &n ©eiVOil? -. to 
unlimbered. dismounted. 

Slli^jrojefftren, «- «- ein™ &t. 

\vn6 — , to get from etc. by going to law. 
Slb^rÜgeln, •>■ <■. gmen - einem 
ten 'Biicf.l -, to beat «otindly. to maul, to 
cudgel, to thump, to thraih. 

2Xb*>uffen, ■> <•■ i- «<> beat off (»itb 

til e list! . ((5111 ^3fet» It.) - , to skin, to 
flay. S. (einen) -, lo buffet. 3. [(Jljem.] f. 
SScrpuffen. 

^3lb*)uffer, m ,. ait sett er, 
3lbvui'?<'In / "• " <"•«'* "'"' I'""' 

to tumble down. [blow away. 

Stb^^ufiten, f «■ (Cen Stnui» -, 10 
3lb>>U^en, ". <>■ l. t» clean, to 
cleanse, to scour, to rub. to wipe, to 
polish, to furbish. (<PtVt6e IC.) -, to rub 
down; (ein Eirtit) - , to snuff; (ein JJnu«) 
- , to smooth the walls of etc. ; (eine 
«JKnucD -, to smooth; (l(f> 6ie $nii6c ofcr 
fas (Sefid)! mit einem S?(inMud)e - , to 
wipe one's hands or face with a towel; &ie 
Inue -, I'Vlat-] to clip off. 2. i { ((Jinenl 

a severe reprimand. 

25lbauäICn , '■ <■• l- (e-men) - , to 
worry, to plague (very much), to harass, to 
torment. 2. (Jliicin (S-tlDO« -, to torment 
any one out of etc. ©Item Inff.n fi* fon 
if)ren fiinCern oft ic. -, parents are often 
teased by their children into (unreasonable 
compliance« eic). — ». r<A- Si* -. '» 
harass ones self. 

abaueUcn, <>■ <>• (Oertl.) to boil. 

aibduerlen, ■>. «■ to beat up; to 

mill (chocolate). 

2lb(juetfcbcn , •• o i- to crush 

off. to squeeze off; f. ^ b f I e in ni e n. 2. to 
get by squeezing. 

2IbflUi(f en , ■>. <■■ [OTetonuro. uns 
(Jl)cin.] I. (Oi>II))-, 10 purify or reSne by 
means of quicksilver. 2. (Diid Ab|]etriebene 
SllStr) -, t« cool (after melting). 

2lb(»Utefen, ■>. o. to uwer in a 
sqaeaking tone , to squeak out. 

2lbrrtC0bflbra, «• Abracadabra. 



2lbra(fern, '•■ ■■•■ß- Si* -. to ton 

hard, to fag; |". >U I) ,1 r b e i t e n (fid)). 

2lbräSCln, ».«• H> d.t by means of 
a little wed. (bei Bnrfecil] to cut witli the 
jagging-irou. Sratjt-, f. SIC-rollen. 

2lbrfl6ern, ■>■ « i- «o take off by a 

wheel 2. ± Si'in l(infle:i ffn^ren gnnj .16. 
jerä^erI. almost jolted to death with 
traveling. 

2lbrrtffen, '■ " '■ <» »natch away; 
to take from the surface. 2. [?iintiroirthf(f).] 
(.iai (jer<tiiittfne (Set^ci^e) -, to make up 

Slbraffcr, w. (-? ,pi -y ( i.e that 
2Ibroffertnn, / 'pi- -em^s.iatches 

Slbrafft , '" (-£«) Ihat which is 

Slbraljam, "> [eiacnn.) Abraham, 

e Abram. 511 -« Sdjppßf fi^tn, ± to enjoy 
wealth and affluence. 

91 f r d h n m « (' n u m , m. Abraham's 

SUbrrt jmeti , -. «. to skim miik, to 

take off the cream. [O.rrl.] to fleet (milk). 
91l'äi'tnf)inte 'Mild), skim milk. — v. o, 
<(^in (SJemnlSe) -, to take off tlie frame 

3lbratnen, '■«■ to separate (Seldt) 
by stripes on which the grass is suffered 
to grow. 

2lbrän6eln,> f.«. to take away, t^ 

2lbrän^en , ) '»ke or round off the 
edi;e, to take away (off) the border; it to 
edge, to border, ((3ie(^1 -, lo clip. 

aUbranftcn , " <•■ to rid of ti.c 

border, to take away (off- the border or 
edge. [tendrils of. to prune. 

2lbranf en , f <>. to cut off the 

^ivappen, •>■ »■ f- aöOreren, 

2lbrafcn, •>■ » '• '" fr^ »><"" the 

green sward. 2. to graze, to crop the 
grriss; f. abflrnfen. 

aUbrafTetti, v. « u-sed with rein) to 

go away with a great rattling, to rattle off 
SlbrafVCltl , " «■ *« rasp off; to 

smooth by rasping, 

Slbratfien, '>. r. «. l. to dissuade; 

any one to t'he contrary; (?inem I'pn!:.-, 
einem (S-rnm« - , to dissuade any one 
fiom etc, 2. (gineni feine (ScSnnfen 10-, 
to try to know by guessing, to guess at. 

abrrttftung,/. dissuasion ; advis- 
ing against. [ive letter. 



9bt 



!fd)r 



gibrauben, -■ «• f- tout'en. 

2lbraU*Cn, » <■• leijem.] to eva- 
porate, [poration. 

3Ibrau^en, » (-«> [einm j eva- 
SIbrnudbcrn, -• "• to smoke «ho. 

2lbrau*fi*alc,/ (pi.-n) [ahfm.i 

vessel for evaporating fluids etc.) 

2lbraufen , "■ •■• to pnii off, to 

tear off. 

SlbraufCn, v.reß. Sid)-, to tlirasli 
one another soundly. ** 

Sibraum, m. (-«) trash . rubbish ; 
[jDrriro.] chips of wood ; removing of 
wood or timber from a f«rest ; [^)?in.] 
shelf. 



'ilbv 19 

SJbvaumcn, (.ifi»6hniid)<; m. «, to 
2lbraumen , j take 

away, to remove; to clear. [SJuritii).] to 
clear or thin (a forest) ; (6en tiftft) - , to 
ilear ; eil SebäuSe - , to demolish ao 
edifice. 

^itänmft , ». (-« , p'. -)^ one 
3lbräuinertnn,/ ?'■ -em^ who 

removes, takes aH;.v. clears etc. 

2Ibrau!t)en, '■ » (Snnmei -, to rid 
I clear) of eaterpUlars. 

3Jlbre^en , •• «. «o dear with > 

n a garden , land etc.) , to rake off, 

Slbret^nen, »-o. and«. l.diDn einer 
Summe - , to deduct, to discount, to 
abate. 2. t ( ©inen H. ) abjerecSnet, 
;icept (one), with the eieeption of etc j 
ib(jered)net Don tc., setting aside, with 
3ut regard to. 3. to make np or settle 
iccounls. 'TOit le. -, to scl 



Slbre*nang , /. i. dtduction, dis- 
count. 2. adjustment, settlement, settling 

aiuf-, on account; -hnltcn, to balance or 
settle accounts. 

2tbre*tC , / llu*™.) wrong side 

2Ibre<!»tcn , "• «• i- ituitim.] u 

dross the wrong side of cloth. 2. (©Ineitl 
eiroii«! -, to get by a lawsalt 

2lbre*t§,'"''';-TOot.]r.!Berfef,rt. 

abreiten, f « (enenfi to stretch 

duly. 

2lbrC6e , / (W- -") '• agreement, 
appointment, accord. - (mit (Jineni) m\f 
men , to make an agreement or appoint- 
ment ; 6ie - mit einonücr )u treffen le. , to 
concert together etc. 2. denial. 3(6 tin 
e^ llid)t in — , I do not deny, question, 
dispute it; in-ilcllen. to deny, to dispute. 

^breSen, « « i. to concert, to 

appoint; to agree upon. ^t)gere&eter 
OT.igen , according lo agreement, 2, Sinein 
etlüil^ -, to dissuade any one from etc.; 
f. ajbrathen «Rr. I. 

SIbrcBen, ■>■ refi. aid) -, to faiigw 

one's self by talking. 

SlbreSig, o<y. and adv.- fein, to be 

Slbregeln, «■ «■ i. to reguiat«. to 

arrange according to rule(s). 2. t «6ge> 
teflcll, affected, formal. [ing. 

Slbregnen, p " to beat off by r«in- 

2lbrCgnen, ».(»l^- to cease ralmng. 
(?« l)iil ab'geregnet, It has done raining. 

abreiben , Ir. r. a l. to mb, to 
scour, to scrape; to rub off. I>ie@d>uhe-, 
pt>. ten Äotb von een ®d)n(ien -, .• scrape 
one's shoes; Me Stube - , to scour the 
floor; Den 9{Dfl (l)on etni.i*) -, to rub off 
the rust; mit Xripel -, to polish with tri- 
poll; mit 58im«|lein - , to rub with (a) 
pumice-stone; (ein ®d)ijfl -, to hog. 2, to 
rub duly, garden-, to grind colors; 
(rofte Binninnten) -, to grind (diamonds. 



20 



^Ibt 



Wv 



'm\ 



efface. Bet 
en 1(1, tai 



>JI li fl e 1 1 1 ti e 11 f e i 11 , Btiriiion , attriteness. 

oui by rubbing, by frictions to cbnfc. 
HiXtXltn, " l-S)<rubbing.off,eto., 

'Ubrcitung,/ S »tir.tion. 
■ Slbrcifften, "■ «• i- (&tiM«) -, i« 

If it is within my reach. 2. to Imnd. to 

2l6retfeii , "■ ■■■ '• [i»'' Sdjirffetnj 

lo taiie iiway the sharp edgfs. 2. [bei 
<Pt>tirtHTiil (till Jng) -, to unhoop. 

2lbrcifen, ■>• »• «used »i"' u»» «> 

giow Iget) quite ripe. 10 ripen. 

2lbretl)en, " <" («pericn k.) -, to 

nnslring. [starting, depaiture. 

2ltreife,/-goi"g ••'»■«y- ""ine <>"»' 

JlbrCtfen, i-- »■ to depart, to start. 



2Jbrct^cn, <>. ». «. i. to re„d otr, 

to lircTk o(f. to pull off. to tear off, to rip 
off. t» pluck off. to slip off. einem 5)5feit( 
Me ffiicii -, to unshoe a horse ; cm $.1111;, 
(»l■tll^ll^c - , to pull down a building, tu 
demolish an edifice. 2. lSlci^ct) -, to we.u 
out to rags, to wear away. i. i (5ul .lb. 
jerill-ener-TOoiif*, a ragged fellow. 4. 
I3ei(i)eilf.] 10 sketch, to liace (off), to 



2lBrei#cn, 



2H'rcifen, n <-«> i- 
2lt»ret#utig , /• S *' 

(«llfifl a suildeu stop. 

W}Xi\%iv, •" (-1-, p' 



'ith I 



2lBrctten, • 

ride away, to , 

211'rettcn, ■ 



qjfei 



,, figUICS, 

■d with jfil 
irseback. 
I withljndr 



■eak. to break in. 4. to ride down, to 
under, to override. 5. (= }u opferte It, 
itüctlefleiii to ride. 

SItrCtten, n.re^.eid)-, to fatigue^ 
lafe one's self by riding. 

2lbrcnncn , -r. v. „ to run off o, 

Aay. — 11. rrfl. i£i(f) -, to fatigue one's 



Slltrenncn, tr- 

I run off. to knock < 
n by running. Cine 
<in the Start, to g 
blnufen. 3. ((Jiiie 
iistrip i„ running. 



. iS-tiuii«; ■ 
iiiulng. 2. 
Sotiljeil -, 



((Siniii«! - 



lien SJiiiren) -, to wan ; (ffinen; 
line 'inrfijentViclerfiiiii'lc -, to te 
(eclbiiteii) iMiii firifoe -, to ti 



ail'Vi^tCr, I". (-«, pi. -1 one who 

2lt)ri*tftammcr, <« (-«. p'- -= 

iron-bars with. [horsewhip. 

Mbviü)tpextid}C,/.'.pi-~«m"'i<i).] 
TUbvitbtftab , '•<■ c-e«, p'- -m'U 
mbv\(\)tftod, '- (-t<, pi- -iiocfo'i 

lled)ll.l .invilto strKigliten iron-burs upon. 

Sltrtf ^Cn, "■• "■ ■' I. to lecoguiie 
by tlie smell. 2. to take away tlie buiell. 

JltrifgCtn, ■>• «■ to fasten with * 
bolt, to holt up; 1". 25 cm en ein. 

^IBrtffcln, ••■ n (used with rem) to 

"mvito^e.f i--:iipnftM-t. 
ailriffetn, v. ,.. i. to puii off with 



a iicvt-re icpiimand. 

2(tl'in5Cn, "• « to rind, to bark. 

Sltrin&ern, - "• (used with i,nten) 

- UH-ll KM)eii). to cense longing lor the 
bull, being bullish. 

2Hivineii3, •<'<)■ Zai-am iii ~, the 

crust of the bre.Kl i, detached Iron, the 

2ltrtu9f{l)n, "• »• "> ""'"<&■ '» 
SIbringcn, "•■ ^ «■ '• (enitm oi 

mtU) -, to get from etc. by wrestling. 

2. 10 separate by wieslliiig; totivistoff. 

3. (Siilliuilllti 10 -, 10 wring sulKcicMtly ; 
f. a 11 6 rut a en. ©11I) iMt ^?all^e -, to 

Slbringcn, '>• reß. giti) -, to la- 

tigue or liie'oiie's self by wrestling, gift) 
IUI ;üfrSfnili|.Me - , to writhe in Iho ilc. tli- 
»truggle. 

aUbrinnen, '••• ■•• "■ csed «iu, icm) 

to run off. to run .10«, p. to How dovii, 

5H»rifffn, - " 1° f«" »ut oi the 
'"' 2lbriß , "■• (-(ic;-, P'- -IT« 1. deiiue- 

!C. lieljiuell, lim*fll, to take off la thing) 
2. i model, scheme, plan. (Jill-. em 
fllticr -. « iT'i^t' suniiiiary or .ibstract. 
an epitome . t epitoiny. 

Jll'Vilt, »■■ l-e^. pi- -" departure 
on horseback. [abolish, to rei.eal. 

Slbroairen , "• »• to abrogate . lu 
5H)ro6ren, »■ «■ i. t» take away 

the reels . to rid of reeds. 2. to cover 
with reeds, f. I'eruljren. 91 b ij ec d Ijt t, 
reeded, 

mbvoUen, "■ ■•■ ("«d "i:i. feu» i. 

to roll away, off ui down, to run down, 
is*nell - liiiTeu (X.uie), [DJiiir.J to surge. 
2. to iiniah mangling, calendering. 

2lt»roncn, ■>■ "■ (used with i,,ibeii) 

1. to rollawav or down. 2. i^ilpiet -.c.) -, 
to unroll, to' nniold. 3. (>llj,ifd)e :c.) -, 
to mangle, calender sufficiently. 

SlbVDftCn, ■>■«■ (used with, mi) to 

rust off [thoroughly, sufficiently. 

aibVÖfitfn, " •■ '&'>v,U)-, t«) 

2Un-0tf)l-n , ••, „, lo make re 



) cry. Z)ie ©iiiiiDeii -, f. lUlj. 

. »ifleii. 2. (teilen)-, to call off, to 

call away; (S-iiicii - Inffen, to send for 

3. to reach by calling. (S-i Itigt 

rid) -, it is within call. 

SlbrufCn, t. «. «. lo can for the 

last time. [one's self by calling. 

31brufen, "■ r^- &>d) -, to «re 

21DrufUng , / proclamatioi 



2ltrottcn, ..». «used with 
^Ibviitfen, "■"• .enM«)-, 

ff. to remove, to withdraw. Di 
, (il)p.J to begin with a new lin 
3HbVÜden , r- « lo remove. 

2lbru&frn, " «■ (used wi 



mbvüf, '» 

otüeirii, >Jll)rii 

aibrufcn, ■) 



cufi 



916tufi 



iiaöbricf, 

IdflChUB, 



inlling 
letter 



älbrufer, '" «-f. p'. 
Slbrufcrinn , r 

?i:alls etc., [jroclainier. 

2(bvül)ren, " = '<> > 

hont, to bc.it up. 

2H'rum:tjeIn, ■■ n i 

) drive off in a rumbling i 

2lbrunöenw " " ' 
Slbrünfenji maken 

or finish oil: [lUtdJlI.J lo 



Slbrujjfcn, " "■ i- to piuc 

luck off, to pick olf 2. to str 

c(a)tl,crs. 10 plume. 2. f ((ä-uieil) 

eece, [take down a se; 

2lbrüftcn, "• "• em ©erurt 

ilbvütidycn, - "■ (""d witi, 

. to slip or slide off or down , to 
own; f. >J(Mlelten. 2. J a, to , 



äabriittcin , ". «■ to si,» 
2lbrus^en, s. pi. [quos 

'°2(tfntcln, .' ". to cui 

^^Ibfncfcn, "■ "• i. totak 



Slbfadfcn, ". „. [Wan.j mu tu 

älruilic, 'iyin|7e -, l.j sag with the stre 
to drop down a river witli the tide. 

albfäfn,".«. l.|®etl).J tobespri. 
with unboiled meal. 2. f. «Ullf.U'll, ^ 



2lbfngc,/. 



äbfagcn, 



tnbi C3 iljni teiebei-laiicn, cine iSiiUiiJuiij 
-, 10 disinviie one: einen Sefud) lalfeii, 
to send an excuse. 

Sl&fagen, " " l- «met ©.«De) -, 



up. 



fois 



®ci^ 



ueiu «Muten -, to abjure one's faitli. 2. 
(@"tueni> — , to break (with any one). (5"ili 
(ibgt- fiioif r geinS . a declared, sworn 

ilbfagCn, ■■ -erf Si* -, to retract 

2lbfägen, <-■ -■ «> "» oif. 
3t6fäflung , / sH»ing oit 
Slbfnjncn, " ■■ ■<> '■^"« <""i''); i 

« IT, Ihm e II- 

SUlfaljl'l'e ' " '" *"'' (sufficiently) 

SUbfantcn, ". " "> ungravei. 
2H)fattcln, ■>•«■'■ to take oir ti.« 

saddle. 2. i iffinen) - U'on «pfetBcin , te 
tlirow outol t!ie s.iddle; it- -, to unlior.<^e 

3ibfatteln, " «• '<> dismount. 

stop, intermission-, ['OTuf.) pause illieaci 
of pausing). Dline - ouSinnten , lo drink 
olTat one draught. 2. [i?.luOel] sale, market. 
vent. 3. contrast; i. SI b ft i it). 4. - nil 
einem iSerge ic. , »helf, break; terrace; - 
«n einer Xrepye ic , stair-liead . landing- 
place ; - nn einem giiMu1)ii(t)te , ('Win.l 
shambles; - <in einem 3BicnilO(fe, articula- 

«Di.iurt, settle; - nn iSliei'eln , Stftniien, 
heel; - m einer Slfitilt , a> break; b) pa 
ragraph, section; — in einem CieDe, stanza, 
sta.e, »staff; - in 95etien , cadence; alb. 
fn^e in Der 9^e^e, pauses; Det -, Otliei.) 
anastrophe. anastropliy ; -, ['OKuf.) stop, 
intermission ; in 41 f A ? e H, interniittingly. 
by intervals 

-lib i.i^frnljt, in. [Stftntini. ) thread 
for heels of boots etc. 

lUbl.l^pflotf . "' heel-tap. 
ablMB,l»erf,my 
'lIbi-aRin.ecfe,/.5 ^' 



-fa^Dtt, m ( 



P<!gS 



hle,/.^ 

cuttingly. 

>2ibfa$tg, •"''■ i"ter.„Usive. -er Orr, 
(■Win.) start, leap. (cleanse 

^21bfllUbern, >■. a. to dean, to 

>ili>faufcn,i-.-«-of.aiftr>nten. 

aibfaufCn , " rejl. ©t* -, to mln 

SlfcfOUgCln," « lOMtlenf.J to graft 
by approach, to inarch 

iUtfaugcn, *■■ ■> " ' tos,.ck; lo 
'^hidac^en, " "■ '■ "> s'" «■c'^- 

(0 suckle sufficiently, i. to weania child). 
i. [(«nnenf.l f. 31b fn iig e 1 n. 

2H)fceg, ■<■ '-m-- p'- -(if) l'^eb.) 

abscess; i". (J 1 1 e r b t n 1 e , (B e f (ti IB ü r. 

-innieite,/. abscess-lancet 

Slbf^abcctfcn , " -« ;'' -) 
2lbfc^ot>cn, -• " I- iiB'inti" ><■' 

-, to scrape, to shave, to pare. 2. lo 
«crape off. to share off, to rub off; [-TOnr.] 



-21 bf 

to grive la »liipi. Jie Jfmfic mm 'Jiri'f 
-, to chip bread. 3. ± 51 b (J c lA .1 b r (lu-m 
illAi , worn out. shabby, thread-bare. 
2lbf*0bfel, n (-«) shavings, par- 

°2lbf*a^, '". [Sdwdjfp.) check to^ 

Slbfc^oc^ern, ■>. ... to chop 

bartci . to beat down in bargaining. (Willem 
(5-I11J.16. -, to h.nrter from etc. f. Sibil 
Selii, aibbiiigcn. 

aibfc^a*tcln , ■ .' to rub , 



2lbi 21 

2lbfd)d6ig, nrf". despicably, f. 
er.irt)tli(t). 

2lbfiäöouen, f.« to look do«ui r. 

et,ibfd)nuen. - n. „. g-meni (Jtiuaä 
, f. abfcljen. 

2lbfcbauern, ■•. «. t« panition os. 
Slbftbaufeln, <■.» to take off with 



2lb Warfen, •■ ■■ I'W.n-.j 
aibfc^affen, ■• ■>■ ' to ab 

:-Kl6lirilih1)e) -, to abolish, to i 



discharge, to part with etc.. to discard; 
to keep no longer, to give up keeping. 
Si'lbnti'll -, to disband troops; f. Sib: 

SlbfcbofFCn, " -«> \ I. discharg. 

2lbf*afFung , f S ■"g- dismiss- 
al, parting with etc. Die - bbii ^DfiiJ! 
brcilKbeil , reformation of abuses. 

2lbfc^äCcrn, "■ <■■ t» get by toying. 

aibfc^fircn, -■ -. I- to decorticate, 
to peel, to pare to ,hell. to b.irk; >TCilll 

to pare off. 

2lbf(iälfn, - «A ei* - to peel. 

2Jbf^almcn, -'.a [S-itftm.] to bia.e. 

Slbfc^fllen, n- m>\ decortication. 

2lbf*almtg , /• S p-^eiing. hari- 

ing. blanching, paring; peeling off, par- 
ing off. 

2lbfd)nvfCn, " "- it» take away 
the sharp edges, to blunt; to pare. ((?l! 

■2. lo form to an edge, ein >rociTiT :c. -, 
to sliarpen a knife etc. 3. ['TSfli&mi'pr.] to 

älbfcbärfitieffcr, " t-«, v'- -> 
aibf^orrcn, <=■ «■ i "> «crape 2. 

to scrape off. lo scratch iff. lo grate off. 

ilbf^arrtdit,/ «■ <-*> shavings. 
21bfcbarrfel, s scrapings. 
2lbf^atten, '■ "■ 1. ((JnMäi -, i» 

fainlly or imperfectly, lo shadow (forth). 
3. to take a profile, g-incll -, lo take the 
shaile of etc. S,n|; -, f. <U b l"rt) n t t 11 11 fl 
Nr. 1 U. 2. 

ülbfc^attircn, "■ «• to »hadow out. 

to adumbrate; lo outline ; f. S tt) .1 1 tit f n 

2tbfc^aUung , /. I ..dumbrallon. 

«ei.Tj.apliy. 2. t shadowing. ,3 i. iS d) n t= 

■itbfc^o^en, "• «. i- "> apprise, 

lo UK. to value, to estimate. (Bfc\A)XUi) 
— , to apprize. 2. to depreciate, to cry 

ÜlbftftÖ^Cn, n <-«> I «ppraise- 
2lbffbO$Ung , / S "=nt.valnalion. 
esiimation. <Seri(f)tucf)c 'Jib f (ii .i $ 11 n ij , ap- 
prizemenl. iipprizin;. 2. depreciation, cry- 
ing down; f. »er (lb fc 9 una. 

^bfriiä^er, -" *-«• ?'■ -> apprai». 

er; apprizer. 



2lbfcöauEe(n, v. a. to ihrow og 
Slbffbaufeln, »■ r,ji. sud -. lo 

fatisne one-, self by swinging. 

3lbf*0Um, "■ <-« "• scum, droKs. 
2. 1 refuse. Scr - iti SclfcS , in &t\t\i: 
fdinfr, the dregs of the people, of society. 

2lbfct>äumen, ■• «. to scum, to 

skim; [ipp.l to purif> 

Slbfc^aumUlli^ , .'. -scumming 
skimming etc. 

2lbfcbCi»Cn, i.-- ■■. «. I. to separate, 

(«mctiVIuto.] to part, to refine. 2. ('ICedltö^ 
flir.] fimöer -, to give children their por- 
tion and lo exclude tliem from all future 
pretensions; f. ■)XM il 11 Sen. 

2lbf4>eteeii , ". »• (used with ivnu 

to depart. ®,inj (1 b ij e f d) I e D e n leben, ein 
a b g e fit) i e i< e n e £■ Sieben iiiljren , to lead a 
soliiaiy life; nun bcr "Kelt - , to depart 
this life, o to go off. 

Slbfc^eiÖCn, "• *- • l decease, 
death. 2. parting etc.; f. M b id) e I b en. 

2lbf*eiöer, "■• (-«, ?'• -) ["sut. 

tnllutil.) refiner- [ing etc. 

2lbffbCiÖUng,/. panlng, separat- 

2tbfd»etn, -" >-«. f. abgunj. 
2lbfd)elfc(r)n, r- abi^nien. 

2lbf*cUcn , (• «• (used with feini 
to hecome ior he) sepaiated by concussion 
— ., «.to tear (offi etc. by ringing. 

Slofd^Cnf en , " "• •" measure out 
(liquor»; to pour out tiie concluding draught. 
2. ((Tin .«iiif) - lo wean. 

2Ibfd)C(e)ren, ir. v. ,.. i. to shave, 

2. to shave off. 10 shear. 51 b ge |Mi D r e 11 e 
20 iMIe. shearings. 

2lbfc^eren, •■ ■>■ to separale b) a 
parnlion. 

2lbf*Crsen , <•. a. i&.nmi Cnn,,)«, 
-, to get b; jesting or jo. ing. 

2lbf*CU, "'• (-C-) I- abhorrence, 

loalliing. horror, aversion. - (in, UDC U., 
detestalion of etc . horror of etc. , aver- 
sion to eic; einen - l)(i6en not :t., to ab- 
hor a thiug; lllir - etfiilll, abhorrent, i. 
(der ®igcn|l(inb iie« -i) gin - lein , to be 

2lbfd)CUC^en, r ,.. to «care off, 

2lbf*cucrn , ■•■ « '■ i» scour off, 

to clear a«a>. 2. lo .scorn 3. i (glneil) 

2!bf*cuern, >•- rryr £id) -, t« 



lestably. liorrlbly, liorridly. 



ii 



.a8lly, ,>, 



2lb| 



3lM*euli4tcit , /. tp'- -en) «b. 

ominabieneMh, atrociousnest. , atrocity, 
enormoiisnesj,, enormity, lioriibleness, 
blackness; abomination. 

2lbf*i*tcn, o. «. 1. to divide i,..o 

row*; f. ©d) Id) tell. ». (3icd)if|-ut.J |. 
üb iOi title». 

aibfcbitfCn,". <-«)^endi„g,se^d- 

off, dispateliing. 

gUbffbiebcn, »•• "• ■■ ' "• 'i'«« 

off, to move otT. to pusll otT, to remove. 
2. ± to shift off. eiiunö iu>n fid) -, to ex- 
culpate one's self. 3. liUoelfp.] ») Si"«" 

- , to knocli down (carry) more pills than 
another, h) (&intii i5d)ulDpi)|len) - , lo 
clear ofTor diuiioish by knocking down piii.s. 

2lbf*tcben, "•• "• " <"^^<^ ""i' 
2lM*tefc, "'■ (-!•«. (''• -" '• ■'''• 

charge, dismissal; [ >Btlllt. 1 liberation 
from service. Dell - 0«*"" («Ol"""")/ '" 
discharge (soldiers), (ctiitiu 9icainiente) 
,0 disband (a regiment) ; Willem leiiicii - 
jelHll, to discharge, to dismiss, to discard 
any one; feiiKii - uetldiioeii . ml)"!«" . "> 

inffimo. 2. departing, departure. Der - 
aut fiel'flll CcUe»/ departure from this lile. 
3 certificate, letter of apprenticeship, 
letters testimonial. 4. [9ied)Ii|Dr.] dm ae 
ri(*tlilt»fr -, decree ;3ie id,«-, -recess; 
f e (111 Din A«-- 5 leave, adieu, farewell. 

- litDmen, lo lake leave, 10 bid farewell to ; 
DOii einem - iicljinen, to bid one adieu, to 



icine 



ell; tiei mein 

; ©l,cc juin -£ Jii erjeioen 
>ery valedictory honor, t 
: II)»!'»« - neljmen, lo i, 



iljreii 



li,/- 



2H>f*ienen, •. « i. 


(Sin 


3((lb- 


rim a wheel; (emeu Sinn K. 


-, to 


splin 


o splinter. 2. to t..ke off Ih 


espl 


nls. 3 


'Win.) (tine ®riibe) -, to m 


asur 


e out. 


2H)f*icncr, »■ <-*, c' 


-) 


ne wh 


neasures out a mine. 






2tt)f*ic#cn , ir. .. a. 


1. to 


shoo 


shoot off, to let lly. (©iu 


Slil 


te, ei 


Seiierijeiueljr) -, to fire, to s 


oot. 


to dis 


charge; eine fioiioiie - , to fii 


e a c 


annon 


me fiUfl.i -, to shoot a ball 


2. t 




down, 10 hit, to bring down. 


to si 


oot of 


3. (eiueii) -, lo out-shoot. 4 


. [® 


ittenf 


©pröglinoe -, to shoot. 






2(bf*ic#c«, " i-^)( 


hoot 


nE,fi 


2it>f(feicgung , /. S' 


Ig.d 


schaig 



91b f 

SUgefdil.igene« 06|1, windfall; 

1 Stud ipeljmetf) -, tc clip ; (Die ©ejeO 

[OTnr.J to unbend. 2. (©in iBett, (Scnln 

-, to take asunder, to take down; 

till 3f(t -, to strike a tent; (fine (prrffe) 

[ll)P-] to break down; eill ©djlDg -, 

nnnail a lock. 3. (Den geiiii» -, to 

repel, to repulse; einen ©tog -, |5cd)tf.] 

to parry a thrust; (txic UDnffef) -, [■HJill. 

] to lead off; bfl« 2Bn(Tct, fein 2Dn(Ter 

, to make water; einen Xeid) -, to drain 

pond; aSiet -, f. 91 6 Infi en. 4. ± to re- 

se. to decline, (©ineni (Jtiud«) -, to 

fuse, to deny; Strod« tnilb - , to give 

flat refusal. 5. to take an impression. 

((Sine IKiinie) ic. in »lei ic. -, to Impress. 



2»I»f*iCfiCn, ir. V. „. 1. (used with 
l).lücil) 10 finish or cease shooting. 1. (u. w. 
I'eiii) to shoot, slide or slip down; to slope, 
fall rapidly. 3. - (Vl>» Xl"ld)crn) , to lose 
color; to fade; f. SE e t fd) I C p c II. 

2lt>f*ie#cn, «. >-6) Do* - (Ce« 

SCillTiril, rushing down. 

abf^iffen, •'■a. (SBnoreiD-, to 

ship lOlfl. [(Off. 

gtbfcfeiffen, -. " tosetsall, losall 

tlöcvn, '•. "■ i. <" 'ii-''". '» 



Slbf* 



nut or portray, to oescriu 

2lbf^J)tl^erut^g,/ 



2lt)ftl)inEien, 



o strip off. - 
»nnm) -, to 
Id) 6en <Unn 



SIbfAtrrcn,».«!« 
2tbf4»la*tcu, ». 



2lbf*latfen, 



91f)fd)ict)»ije|(t)en 
hen dlSLhaiging a ser' 
parting. 

3ieif(l)iebfioef"1). 
iUbfd)ic6«tiie, '"■ 
31bfd)iel)fininl,l, 1 
>M 6 lit) i c » 8 I * '" d " 



a6f 



c D e |) t e d I fl I , J. 
etiStebe, /. fare 
oration. 



michieUrn, ■• .^ä'si*-, S 

eld)-, I^Jiuier. n. 6l,.r.] to exfoliate. 

2lbfcl)iefern, »• (-f)i5i)it. u. -m 
2lbf(^iflen, "■ «■ (einem (Jtiviis 



tSS, t 1« 

mghler, 
10 slay: 
ilanght. 

[relax 



2lbf*laffCn, .. «...o slacken, 

2lbf*lag, '". <-t*. pi- -frfiidoe 

what is beaten or hewn off. fragmei 
chips. >!lbfd,l(ige, [iSd)riftfliee.l matrii 
2. rebounding, rebound (of a ball). 3. 
[§nnbel) fuiure account. 9liif-, o 
count, in part payment; before -li 
etroaä nilf-, a payment '.n accou" 



cline. Ztt - 



Snlte, the remission of 
cold; eet - If er "JSreife) , reduction, lower- 
ing, falling (of the prices); mit einem - 
iHl-fnnicn, to sell at a reduced price, b) 
f.9H<lli-eid). 5. (=<U6|1id)) difference, con- 
trast. Si 1(1 ein (jtoecr -, it differs widely. 
6. partition ; [»(lllf.J reduct. 7. [<pi)M:.l - 
((lll'TCril)lroCl)rfn IC), fall. vent. oulUt. 8 
refusal. 

9It)fd,ln(!«nnleil)c, /. money len 
lo be repaid by inslallnieuts ; annuity. 

«lM'rt)liiai;j(l 1)1 till <1, /• payment or 

abfcblagcn, *-•. •>■<•■ '■ ■» i»" 



to beat well. (Milien 

ed)ncn. 

Ike a different directi 

Stbf^Iogen, ^ 

Ijnüen). I, to abate; - 
abate, to decline, to 



fall, to 

fd)(nflt 



-, to beat soun 
1, to thrash. 7. 
91bfd)(i5eii, 21 

. V. rtß. Sirii -, 



e. D<i8 ©etteiCe 
F corn falls; (ii. 
2. ± - (I). Siiljeii 



befori 



its direction; i(. to fly back. 

aibfffttagcn, «. (-«> d.i« - (»er 

<pveife), reduction, lowering, falling, fall, 
decline (of the prices), depression; — (Eier 
TOnilten), falling, lowering in the price. 
2tbf*lägt4 , "ii- 1- -e ©"irfe, 
splinters, fragments. Siiie -e aintroort, 

91ll(roi)rt licfoninifn , to meet with a re- 
pulse. 10 be refused; niif fein SJcfiid) Erl)iclt 
et aernCejit tine -eanlmort, his request 
or application met with a direct deniul. 

Slbfr^tagli*, «aj- «»d adv. o« 

account, before. hand, in part payment. 

2Ibfd)Iagung, /• b.pting off etc. 

Dit' — tnuT 53itte, refusal. 

atbfc^lammcn, »."■ if- ^ f f* le m. 

men) to clear of mud. - i5ifd)e), to soak 
or water fishes; (einen Xeid» -. to free 
of mud; bn« Qt\ -, («in.] to wash ore. 

»bftblarfCn , f. «• to wear off by 
walking. 

«Mbfc^lCrf Ctl , ». «. f. 2l6lecfen. 

SMbf*tetcftCt1, ir. ". ". to get by 
sliness, by lunnn.g; f. 9J6ti(len. 

2IbfcilCtC^f n, ir. 0. n. (used with 
fcni) to sneak off. lo »leal away, In slink 
away. (steal away. 

2Jbfl*lCt*en, "■ reft. ©ldl-,to 

2tbf*leifcn, tr- o. «. i. to grind 

off; to blunt (a i-oint). (Den 3U'(1 K.) -, 
to fetch off. to gel out, away; tnt («ri)l>|lf 
«cm -JJinrtlUT, ®lil« IC. -, to polish mar- 
ble, glass. 2. lo grind ( sufficienily ) ; to 
smooth, lo polish, to grind. ((Jinen De= 
jjeii) -, to furbish; (SlinQfii) -, to rub; 
(ein 'Wf (Ter !c.) - , to whet, lo sharpen; 
(®d)iil)e ic.)-, to wear out. 3. t to polish 
Sid) -, to improve one's manners. 

2tbf*kiff n, reg, v. a. 1. to carry 



R«ay on a sledge. 2. (Slci^er !(•) -, 10 
«ear out by dragging etc. 

2l6fcblcifcr, -«. <-i.pL -> gnnd- 
" mWeifie'C"' <'-r.i.'rt' «hich 

falls off in grinding, waste matter, refuse. 

5ai'f*leifung, / i- grinding oir. 

■2. smuolliing, polisliing. grinding, sharpen- 
ing. fnrbishing. 

2lbfcfelCifung,/. l. «rryingaway 
0.. a sledge. 2. wearing out. 

3lbf*lehnen, ■>. «• '<> remove ti,£ 

slime, to rid of slime. (Jifd)« - to soak, 
to water; i3iicfer; -, to clarify. 

^bi<t)leimen , v. r^. ©id)-, to 

° 2lVf*lCt#en , <r. v.n. 1. ,Sumi, 
-, to wear out; \. aiMniRcii. '2. f. 
SAIeiBcii. 

2lBf(^lemmCn , ■•• ' >» remove 

2l6f*Ien6crn, ■•• " ("«^d «fH' 
'"aiBffJenfern, ^. «- i« shake otr, 

2ltf*lCJJ*Cn , ". «. '• '" "rry off 
clandestinely. 2. (©111 fileiO) - , to wear 
out by dragging; f. 9I(> f(f)I e l fe 11 Nr. 2. 
3. to drag down. 

aM»ffi^Iet>j5Cn , " r^- ®id)-, to 
tire one's self by dragging. 

5lBfc6«*tCn, V. a. to smooth off 
©111 »ret!) -, (bei ©rfircinerii] to plane; 
-, [2Bei6aer6.] to cleanse with the sleek- 

'"Wf*lie^cn, ir-v.a. 1. emm- 

L'Pll K. . to separate one from etc. by lock- 
ing him up. 2. i (Sid) I'bii tcr WtU -, to 
retire from the world. 3. to lock, ©ill 
gdllue -, to turn tlie key. 4. * to con- 
clude, to close, to end, lo settle, (fiiicli 
^.infel-, to conclude a sale, to strike 
(make) a bargain; einen Scttrng-, lo make 
a contract, an agreement; (eine JfedjIllin.J) 
-, to close, to settle, to balance. 5. lo 
unchain, to unfetter, to unlock. — o. n. 
- über K. , to decide (up)on. 

aibfAItcf cn, "• (-«) I. aitftfiiue, 

MbfdiluBi.n.j. 

Stbff&liCfenJ», <•'')■ definitive. 

2ibf*(ieftli4», '"'" <l«fi"itively; 
posiiively. l.:U'f(t)liegeii. 

2it>fc&Iie#Ung , / locking etc.; f. 

Slbf^lingcrn, " ■ i-wnr.] (Me 

OT.iilo -, to roll away. 

'2lifä)lüipfen, »■ »■ u.sed with fem) 
mWüvfen, v.a. to sip off. 

jMbfc^luf , •"■ (-(if», P'. -Ü(Te) con- 
clusion, closing etc. . close. Ser - (eiiier 
9tc(l)iiiino) , closing, settling etc. ; - (Deä 
5rie?eil?) , conclusion. [settlement. 

Mb|ri)lugred)niinfl, /. accouut of 

^Ibfc^marf , m. (-H) - (Ce« ajjeiu« 
:c.i, bad taste, ill smack, a tang. 

2H)fc^mOÖ&ern , ■ " to tran- 
scribe negligently, to daub. 

atlfcftmdftCn , ■>. «. i©inen) -, 10 
rail at. ton etc. ®.d) -, .■. reß. to tire 



9lbf*mä(ft)len, 



f. H»i: 



■Jib I 
iUfcfcljmalf rn, '•■ «■ (Smem env.i. 

-, 10 curtail one of elc. 

aibf^maro^cn , v. a. ((jmem et 

niiltj -, to get (from etc.) by parasitical 
tricks. 10 get by spunging on etc. 

2Jbf ^ma^cn , ■•. <• i lo kiss mud,, 

a great deal; (. äl l> I) e r i e 11. 

2lbf(l)maufen , v. .,. t» eat up; f. 

aibeiiLMi. Ibanqueling. 

aibff&inaufen , ^ « I to «nish 
2lbfct)maufen , v. ,eß. ©id» -, to 

2tbf*mC<fCn, .■• a. t°o know (to 
judge of e.c, by tasling. 

2l6fd&rae<f Cn , v. ,,. t» have a l,ad 

21(bf*met*eln, <■•■ ••■ to obtain 

aibfcftmci^cn, <>. '■■■ «■ o r. %h: 
Slbfc^meljen, reg. v.,,. i.^nmm) 

-, 10 melt off; I'fficr.lllunj.J lo part, f. 
>abn:ci ben. 3. (»utter !c.) -, to melt 
sufficiently. 4. to clarify by melting. 

Slbfc^mcljen, <> v. „. i. (used 



ilbfc^miefcen, "-a. to finish by 
Jlbfcl^micrcn , »■ «• i. teiu am 

It.) -, to grease (sufficiently). 2. ± a) ((Jls 
lunS) -, to copy quick and slovenly, to 
transcribe negligenily. b) o (emeu) -, to 

2lbfc(jmiercn, <■'■ >•■ (used with 

l)(lbeill to let off (part with) grease; f. 51 b. 
I'd) 111 11 RCll. 

aibfc^inierer, »>• <-«, ?'■ -) one 

who transcribes negligently etc.; a pla- 
giarist. (smirking and smiling. 

2lbf c^mun jeln , •' «• to get by 
2lbfdjmu$cn, ■>. "• «used with 

Ijnbeil) to let off tlie dirt; il. lo soil, to 



aibff^ndbcln, . 
2lbfdjn alien, •■ 

i talie off after unbuck 

2lbfföna*>:»)cn, 



2lbf*naj>»>cn, ". "■ to s"i>p losi. 

2lbf(t)nattern, "• «■ to uiter chat. 

sTbfdjnau^en, (Ocrti.) (Sinen) -, 
2lbf(t)ndujcn, "• «■ \- ed)ii,iii: 

jen. 

aibff&neiScn, '■■■ "• «■ 'o cut, to 

cut off; to clip, to pare; [(aiirtcilf.] lo 
lop. 10 prune; (till (iJlicD) -, to amputate; 
(Onä fiocio-, (o cut; eine Sniis :c. , f. 
2Ibrl)iiii; (ein TOiiileo -, to cut out. 2. 
i Den Sebeiiäfnben -, to cut the thread of 
life; (eine Silbe ic.) -, to cut off; Pie 3ii = 
ful)t -, to cut cff provisions; (Due i!3aJTir> 
-, to dig off; iliiii nlle .'öi'iTmm.j nbju. 
fifjuei bell, to bid him despair; Die (Se= 
legtndeit-, toputauend to the opportuniiy. 



3lb| 'i» 

9In«fliid)t-. to preclude any evasion; (ben 
afurfjuiji -, to cut off; itm Koiuuii miirbe 
1)011 !C. ber 2Bcg n b ,] e fd; n i 1 1 e n , the con- 
voy was intercepted by etc.; bie iruppen 
iDiiren I'Dii ic. iibflerdiii itteii. the troops 

bie ei)te-, to hurt or wound any one's 
reputation. 3. (ted)!!., tiidim. ;c.] to seitle 
accounts; f. 51 bred) neu. 

2U)fd&net5cn, --re/;. Suii -, i. 

to end. to cease, to stop; (9»tll,] to end 



2lbf(^neiben, 



2lbf*nci5cv, '"• (---, v'- -> < 
aibfcbnciöertnn,/ (pi- -en)) 

one lliat cuts off etc.. a cutter. 

2lbff^nci6ctn , ■>■ «. [(5)atrcnf.) f. 
abfiDlieiüeil. [ting-line. 

2lbffbnet&linic, /• <p'- -n) cut 
2lbf<ä^nct5ung, /■ cutting, cutting 

off etc.; [dljir.] abscission. [i„g. 

2lbf ebneten, '■• imp- to cease soow- 
aibftl^nCUCn, r. ... to let fly with 

a jerk, toiling, to snap. 

3lbfc6nellCn, "• "■ (used with rein) 

to fly off with a jerk, to spring off, to snap. 

2lbf(l)neujen , v. a. (Sn« Sid)t) -, 

to snuff. 

2lbf*nt}jj>en , ) , „ ,„ ^|. . 
2lbfd)ni^»jcln , [ „ ;,, ° 'J ""' 
ulbUifXiippmn ,) '^ • 
2lbfc^ni:»j*icrltngw "•■<■-'' 
2lbfcl)nij)*ifcl, S clippings, 

2ibff^nttt, )". i-ci,pl. -0 1. cul- 
ling (off,; (ted)ii., iud)!!). !C.] settling of 
accounts. 2. what is cut off; [bei Sdjiieis 
bcrn] shreds of cloth, f. ajbfnll; [(Deoni.J 
a segment; (OTÜllJll).] eiergne; - (ill ffc. 
ltuiia«roei-feii to, intrenchment , (ein jii; 
rilcf.jeäbijenfr -), retirade ; (<Jiiier.l caesura, 
cesure. cesnra; - (in einer ®d)rift) , stop; 
section, chapler. paragraph; [§nnbel] ap- 
point; it. balance paid In addition. 3. (in 
engerer iSebeumnoi a pattern cut out. 

aibfd)niirfd)cin, m. check. [line. 

5lbfd)nittäliiiie, /. (Ii)p.] cutting- 

51 b f rt) n 1 1 1 6 ID i n f c 1 , >"• [(yeoili.laiigle 
of a segment. 

^IJbfdjnittlein,/» (-6 chip.shred, 
2lbff(»ni$f I , ) clipping, cut. 

ting, -pi., clippings, shavings, snippings. 
•-Ibfdini^el bon Gf™'il)'Eni Silber, 
['Miiniiu.] sizel. (9 en Nr. I. 

2lbf*ni$eln, "■ «- f- «ubfdjni. 

aibfd^ni^Cn, -• "- '• to cut away 
(off, by little and little, lo whittle, to 

Slbfcl^nijVCn, v. a. \. to nnUce; 
to unsiring; f. 51 n f f d) IUI t e n. 2. igiii 
®(ltienbeet :c.) -, to measure out with 



2lbf(^nurren, -;• «■ to get by 
Jlbfc^nurrcn, '■. "• "^ed with 

in) Carn-b.j 10 ralile o '. to whii off. 
2lbf*Ö^>ffn, .'■<.. lol»ke off. to 
scoop off. to snini. i' -Urn. Den 3inl)ili 



24 



mi 

mild) — ob. bit- SDWcd • 



)skim| 
llic milk. 

2lt>f*0i, •" (-ef) [9ied)Ci|>t.] 1. 

anolhc,-. 2. legacy. lax. 

2II>ft'l)rä5cn , ■■■ •■ "> slope, to 

make oblique. l^. slo],e 

2lbf(^x'ogHng , j <■ sipping eic. 
2U<frbrammen , > " '« *"««:i' 

or lea. oil. [f. 9Um'(1) (1 l' ' » 

^2lbU\)vaptn , v. „ i« scape oir 
2Ibfc*raubcn , .. ■■ f sc.e« on 

2Hif(^rctft*ii , - "• i.-iuMMc, 1. 

from tie.; cc ingi fid) biird) 9(itl)r« -, In 
is not to be discouraged ; Pf bißt ft* let* 
-, be is easily liispiritetl. 2. (S-|iinli ©t 
mi -, to fiiglileii any one out ol. 3 
Cetmae ^cigcä ic.) -, to sprinkle («illi ; 
liquid etc.). 

3H>f*rdI)en, *-■■ -■ "• i- ") '- 

practice literary tlielt. to copy. 2. lo wea 
off by writing, to »vear out by <«ilb) «rit 
ing GiMcSiber-, to binut a peu (by oiuci 
«riling); 1(1) Ijnbc mir fnfl ble giuoft 
iil)()cf(t)tiel)eii, I have almost won 
my lingers by writing. 3. (©llic @rt)ll 
(o pay (Off) by wiiting. 4. tu loiinteruiand 
(a visit etc.). to revoke, to cancel. iQi: 
ncii icrmiii) -, to put off. 6. IS>niibcll a) 
10 write oU. to take out, lo deduct, to 
subtract, (eiiitii rri)le(l)tcn Sd)iilbpo|lrii) -, 
to discharge . to blol out. b) to carry to 
one's ciedit. to credit (in the books), c) 
1= llTOllvcll) to hausier, d) (3ll »rt Sbdllf ) 

mbif^reihen, « <-« transcribing. 

transcription. Blird) nfniKlliflCf - , by 

repeated transcriptions. 

sut>f(Oreibfflcbiit)r,/. 'id. -cm I 
91 1) Hi) V c 1 H f Ü (^ I b , II. i-ei, 111. -cr) ^ 

copy-money 

2lt»fcl)vciter, •" c-f,p(. -) i 



m\ 

9ib\ö)ViU, J. (;.;. -eil), copy, trans-: 
pt. Bie etile -, [Spoiibel ic] first copy, 
duplicate; bie Jiui'lte — , a triplicate docu- 
lent; ciiie ()(ri(t)ilirt)e, leaoic -, cxemplifi- 
ation; fine llfglilllbio'c-, a certified copy; 
iue - liel)mi'll, to take (a) copy, to draw 
ip a copy ; eiiiE iitnA)i\\&it - ufl)mi?ii , to 
xemplily; ill -, iranscriptively. 

2ltfti)riftlta), -Ij. andurfc. copied 
ml; by «ay »f copy. Iranscriplively. 

3H>f*rÖ»>fen, "•«• l.lCnnbimrtljfd).] 
ben ^eijeili— , to cut off the points ol etc. 
vith a sickle. 2. ö-ilicui b06 SJIllt - , to 
:up. 3. (&I11C1U -. to weaken by cupping. 
I. 1 ((5-iliru) — , to strip, rob or plunder; 



2Jbf*rotcn, 



(gnfflT !c.: 



parbunclc;. 2. licd)ll.] to cut t 



(6. Brnljt) -, l>Rnbl.] to 
4. [Ill qKl'lljIrlll to grind 
auellc -, to inrn off. Ü. 



lip. 3. 1 



11 off. Ü. (ßiiicii QJtnbeii) 
slope sulficiently. 7. [f.iiibumrljid).) a; 
ailndiriipfcn. bj - (u.ajirlj), lo m 

aibfdjvubtcn, m. i«.m.] to 
2H.'fctjultcrn , v. ... to uke 

3lM(buppcn, >-•■-■ to snip o, 



Slbfc^ujj^cn , r.rcji. e,ä)~, to 

separate and come off in thin layers oi 



copyist, copier, plaginrirt. 

2lbf*retbcrci , / copying ; 

plagiarism. 

2H'ff&rCibUnfl , /• copying, tra, 
cribing etc. , transcription. 

gibfcfereicn , >>. ■> «■ i. to cry, 

cry Olli or off, to proclaim. Sic ©tllllC 
-, f. älbrufcii. 2. ((fiiiciii (Jliuiio) -, 
get (from etc ) by crying. 3. to reach 



2ltf(^reicn, '•■ >?/? igid) -, to ure 

lie's self by crying. Silf Sillb luitb fid) 
e £cl)lc, ben ^nl« -, this child will kill 
self by crying; bii fniitifl bir bie fieljlf 
mrmid))-, you may cry yourself to death. 

3lbf*rcttcn, >'■■ <• "■ c&i"'" ®nt' 

II K.) -, 10 measure by steps, to pare, 
lit or off. 

2lttf(ftrciten, ■• "• (""■! "I'l' <'"» 



2H>fcftri<f en , 



2H)fdjü»JVcn, ••■ "■ f. >3i b fd) 11 u i€ 1 1 

mhi(f)\i»pcYu . '■. „. \. old) 'ill 

lluppiMl. 

2H>fcl)ur,; -f. e<i)iu-. 
2H>ffl)urfetiw • ■ «■ '• (Gi"rfl(i}.ii 
2lbf*ürfen,i >iCHii,bci..j-, lo tai 

r the scurf. 2. ((aid)) bie ijillll -, to tei 
,e skin Ol- flesh. [by scrapinj 

aibft^urrcn, >• <■- f «ear n„, i„, 
sui)fd)ürjcn, » «• '•> "mtick 
aibfcbug, '"• <--C\'i. I'l -irijiilT» 1- 

Mil. (lecliviu, descent; steep. 3. |91rd)ir 
. f.SDf itbelireppe. 4. -dv Jarbtiii, fadini 
I 2lbfl*Üfftg, <"'./■ sloping, declivou 
• bending, steep. (? steepyl. shelving. 

2lbf*Üffig, '"'". steeply, slopiiigl; 
3 jslopevvise. aslope. 
11 2IK*ufft9feit , /. declivity 

i" aibff^uttcln, I.". i.(eiiDns, j.s 

Dbjl IC.) -, to shake off. to cast off. 2. 

(Das CiLHl), bie (Surgt'ii ic.) — , to shake o 

(cares, troublesome dependents etc.). ©oIri)e 

(5(iri)Cii ln(TcM (id) llirf)t - , things of thi 



2lt»f*üttcn, . 



1. to pou 



aibftbiittfel, «. .-«) «indfaii. 
2H<fd)ü$en, '■• ■■ i^Dbr.] i. (Cn 

SBnficr) -, to stop by a lloodgiiie. 2. (&! 
Iltll Ieid)i - , to drain. 

2lbffl)»üäd»en,in.i.(5"tft(ifien 



9(t)f(f)luäd)uu9, /. f. (Sntriäf = 
21bfct)>»ttnfen , t ■• >■ msed «.;h 

ill) to go off staggering. 

2Jbf(6»»änjcln, »■ <■. (e-mcin g-t. 

t(16) -, to get ifiom etc) by fanning, to 

ajbf^wären , ->. r. ... i. ,used 

ith frill) to fall off by ulceration, to fester 
way. 2. (used «iih Ijilbcii) to cease fester- 

2Ibf*tt)ornien, «• «. i. to s«arm 

or tlie l^isl liiuc. 2. lused «ith frill) to 
y oil. 

2lbff^iväi'inen, ■■. <eff. laid) - to 

atigne ..lie's self by rioting, reveling. 

2lbfd)Jüarten, v. ,.. i. to peei on 

lie sward, rind, skin of etc, 2. ((S-inell 
35ll)(f) -, to saw off the slabs, to square 

Slbfc^Jüärgcn , ». "• i- to biackeu 

Cthoroughly); to smut. 2. -f 1 to calumniate. 

2H'f(i^»rarjen , ". "- msed wnu 

l)(lbcil) to part with black. 

2H>f*>»a$Cn, f.«. l- to obtain (or 



talk; f. ajbfpred)eM. 2. lo talk over; i. 
Söcf|.irrd)cii. 

2lbfcb»»CfCln, ■>. «• l. to dear of 
(the) sulphur, tu deprive of sulphur, to 
dcsulphurate. 2. to iiiipreguate (sufficiently . 
«nil hiilptinr, 10 smoke with brimstone. 
10 sulphui. lfd)iueifuiifl. 

2lbf*UH'if , ">• (-es- fl- -» f- 51 b; 

aibf^Jfcifcn, n- «- 1- (ffiflciiK.)- 

to rinse, to «ash. 2. to scollop; it. to cut 
into a bend; f 91 II i|d) lU r i f CU. 

21bf(l>»t>eifcn , "■ "- ("-ed «iti, 

frui) 1. (SBoiii aCcoM -, to »o astray, to 
deviate (from the coniuioi. Hack or path. 

digress. - L'Oii (eiiinii, fi'ilieni L^Jcaeiiflilllbe) 
lt., to depart from (the main Aubjecl) , to 

2(bf*ȆCJtCnJ, "'t; digressive. ' 

2lbf<iblt)eirung, /• ^v^■ -"» '• ? 

deviation. 2. i deviation , digression. - 
I'DllU , a departure from (the main subject 

2lbf4>«>etBen. <>■ «- iXrd)ii.] enen 

K. -, 10 smooth (fashion) iron (or metal) 
by beating and hammering it (in a forge), 
to hamii.cr ledhot iron. 

2lbf«*iOelgCn, r ., to have done 
rioting. 

2(bf*iocl9en, " "/' ®id) -, to 
2»bfc^it)emmen, " « '• (»oiiio 

-, to lloat. 2. tu water. (5l)|Vctle>-, to ride 
into the »ater or pond. o. (Deii Kr.tl) tc- 

SlbftJjWenCCn, r. ... to lay waste, 
to burn up, to burn (lo«n. Die aierfer -, 
[SnilbluivllJI'd).) to burn ihe couch. 

2lbfc^n>rHtfll <■. ,.. to cleanse by 
rinsing. 

atbfcbWCnfCll, «■ "Ji ®:d) -, to 
tiiiii aside, to wlieel off, to wheel aside. 

21bf(]bivtmmen , ■'. v. n. msed 

with I'eill) 1. to s«ilD off, to swim away 



I'Ui) 



^'Ibf 



2. to swim, to float. 

Slbfdjuninnten, ■ "■/' ©> 

tire unes self by swimming. 

2lbf<ibw»nBf n > " " " 
2lbf AwinBen , " (-*> f 5 

1 1; Ti (1. 

2Ibfcl)»t)ingcn, "■. ■ « " 

oH. (51,1(1)41 -, to beat. f. S d) llM 
(55.1lVl> - . I" »iniiow. 

2lbf*»ringen, *.•.,..«/( la 

leap .lowii; to swii.g ones self do»- 

ajbfcbunrren, ^ <• i» ami 



2lbf*mÖfn, <■ «■ > to de.,- by 

sweating , to lemove by sweating. (Bic 
gcllf cf. füllte) -, [eicrö.] to lieap. 2. o 
J to atone . to eipiate by sweating. 

2lbfrt)tüi$en , " ><•/' ®i* - . '» 

2lbfd»»ri$fnr ^•. " to bave done 



2lljfd)W()VCn, ir.v a. 1. to abjn, 

Ml »SliUlbeli-. to forswear one's religio 
to lalie an oatli of, it. lo deny on oal 
10 uage one'.* law. 3. ((Jmcui gliun«) 



21bf(*u>örcn, " ->•} 'I'e -ict o 
2lbfd)Wörung ,/• 5 "i'i"s ^ 

Jlbfcbwung, '"*-«) imping dou. 

SlbfciffC,/- [^IR'lttl.i abscLs«, absciss; 

2Jbfcgcln, -• "- cosed witi, i.h.) i 

set sail, to sail (away), lo put to sea. 
)II !C. , to sail from etc. 2. ^ ± - , m D 
luiflCfir-, to depart tins life, to beia(u»iiclie 

SlbfegelM, ■>■«■ l- 'o take down tl, 
lils of etc. 2. [9Knc.] to cany away, t 



2lbfegelung,/ 
2IbfcPar, adj. . 



2lbfcftcn , if " 



oppon 



ne\ eyes ((.on, fiom) 
!. t 91l)gci"cl)Cii t'Oiilc. 
•ic; Muou (ibaefeficn 

of. 5)?id)t i-ibjiifel)ei 
iglit. 10 be lost 10 alie 
Miceive, to (inilcrslKnd 

Dic3eir, ®El(?(iciil)C(r- 



il)iii mil 

"''iabfc'ijcn 

etc.). 1. i aim 
Sein - Ijnbcii i 
any tbing in vi 
einet Südjfc , m 
na-ntf), sigbt; 



!icm einen ^aiibflnrr — . to get; 
ni one; fie tljot »Ullcö, \mi fic 
trta -Jliiaeu - foiiiitc, sbe ami. 



mm 



albidade. 4. (S-in - ,iii (S-nu.iö ncl)nicii (I'un 

niii'f frtTOdiigefniJvinii), to take frigbt atetc. 

2lbfcifiC,/ lloss-silk, refuse of silk. 

2lbfeifcn , .•■. «- to wasi, out ti.e 

aibfeifung, /. Il.e «ct of wasblng 

2lbfcigen, ■>■ «■ i'- -Jiureiiicn. 
iUbfcigcrn, v. «. i. [m»-] ©■nen 

ä(t).ld)t-, lo measure tbe depth ol a shaft 
with a plnmb-line. 2. [•TOetilllUfa.J to part 
silvei f.om copper. 

SUbffitien, ..... ,o strain, to filter. 

5llbfCij)Cll, "- (-.'>; straining, filt.a- 

2tbfeit»ung , / M»" 
2lbfeiii, f- ^iiTEi)»- 
Slbfeitc,/. ip'-->u 1- l-atdjit.j wi,.s 

(of an edifice). - (einer Jiii-(()e), nisle, aile. 
2. - (cmet »Wiiiijej , reverse. 

2lbfeiten, p«p. isfedjisrur.i from 



Slbfeits, 
Slbfdtö, 

the «ay 

2lbfcnöcn, "n-. 



atcb; 



( dis- 



ld)-r,llin, for ought 1 can see or perceive. SlbfO^f It , "- «■ »■"• '' " '■ ' 

have any thing in vitw. &« ifi ,iu( !c. (il). c-iluetniifen) i-ljne anjureijeii , at 

in view;'iil eä tinrnnf (lOflefeljcn? is that [>»(iiit.) lecover arms; 2 to deposit, 

aimed at? c) to learn or know by looking set down, to drop. 3. to ihrow olf, dow 

on. to learn by seeing, to learn by looking (Den Sii'ller) - II'. ¥fcri)0 , to throw, 
with attention at etc. eilicni ©liua« -, to , to give birth to, lo bring lortli. 5. (61)11 

Jearn a ihing from any one by looking ou, ((Jin (SilieM - , lo cut olf. 10 amputate 



fling lo cast, to Ihrow. 

atbfenöev, -"• i-*. p'- 
aibfcnöcrinn,/ 'j-' 

[:p,inüt-lj dispatcher, (-x,,orl. 
consignor, shipper. 

aibfenöen, «- (-«'/"e 
SIbfcnöung , / ) " 

'Ilbfcngcn, "■ " f >• 



2lbfengcn, «- (-»),buruingsiighiiy 
atbfcngung , /• ) » i>"rning o 

Ihe surlace, singeing (oft), searing. 

aibfentcn , » <>■ i- '» ^mk. 2 

(SniiDiuirtljfd).. tsJurrenU.) to lay, to set (i 
shoot, slips <;r layers). Siellcll , Üßi-illflötfi 
-, 10 provine; Oielfeil -, to lay (set. car 
nations. 2. [\)Bni.l to sink (a shafr) . t( 
delve. 

aibfenfcn, «- (-»>/ "»'"s ^tc. , 
iUbfentung , /■ 5 HK.n.] sinking 
aibfenfcr, "•■ >-f, )>'•-) tS""» 

n)iril)|'d)., (5).u-tiiii'.j l.(yer. 

2lbfent(e)töm(uö), »'■ [<^m-} 



irob. Cinen Bopt — H'ci .*iiiuidituiiaeii), 
strike off a man's liead. 6. to discnn. 
uie. to break olf; [fflrnniiii.] STDörter -, 



i remove. (Si, 



L-lhn 



Oiffjl 



n. f. 11'. -, f. «bcniifeu; (eine «IBilmci -. 

^el] cHJaaren) -, to dispose of etc. , to 
sell. c. (6-ill Snll) ic.) -, to wean, d) lo 
set olf. cj^arbeii) — , lo contrast, (ynieii 
®d)r(iiif gn'iii -, [ied)ii.] to edge a chest 
with green, e) [Sl)p.J to compose; lo 
finish composing, f) [»Hhlf.] 10 compose. 
2lbfC$Cn, ■■-"• (used with l)nl.eni 1- 
[<»?iii.l - (n. eiiu-ni ©niige) , to fail . to 
lose its direction; -(n. 6)e|lcill), lo change. 
1. - (D. Surfen 1, to contrast; f. gibfic 
d)eil. 3. to break off, to discontinue, to 
stop , to make a short stop or pause ; to 
break off a line . to make a beeak. Cllllf 
nbjllfcljeil, «ninterrupledly, (ini iVIlL 
fell) at a draught, al one gulp, williout 
taking brealh. 4. JBcni S.lllDc -, ('TO.ir.l 



Slbfe^eii , 

lUivD ®d)hnje - , 



pi6> 



2lbfc$er, >«- i-«, p'- - " 
2lbfc^fcrJcl, «- (-«, V'- - 
2tbfc^füUcn , (-^ w- - 

JlbfCifCalb, (-ee, w-i 

2lbfc$lamm, (-c»,p(.-in 
%bfe§ttf* , .«• M . pi- - 

ti) sideboaitl. 

2Jbfe^ung,/- i- ^=iti,ig o,- 

lown. - t>e6 Orvii , [&\im.] oi; 
I. [dljir.l cutting olf, ampiilatio 
:ti. einem -Jlmte) , deposing . dej 
-emoval, degradation, ^orldnfige 
lension. 4. - (I). *)RÜlljell), cryin; 
:alling in. 5. lil)V'.l composition. G 
composition. 

5Mbfeuf;cn, -■ "■/'• Si* - 

ir weaken one's self by sighing. 

21bfc^n, i--- - " '• 'obe 

)lf; to be broken off; to be abse 
111(1 ,j,in} (Hnn SCefle nli , we ai 



noel :c.), to be off. 2. [3i«l)tö|Vv.) 
lolished. [lenl 

2lbfc^n, "- 1-4) »I'^'ice ; 1. -n 
2lbMeln, .'-«•'ocutwitbasi 

3lbmt,J 'P' -«H) l.lookin 
- at. 2. i al respect, regard, o" " 
, in regard to etc., with a view to 

(lllet-, in every respect, in all res| 



niif (Itiunf Haben, i» 
eiiu.iB jni- - l)iiben. 



utjne - , undesignedly. 



I gain ihe po 
xiih a desigi 



•IG 



iibi 



JUtfidjtcn, i'- " 'o sif of. 

2lMtd>tIi*, a,0. designed, inten. 
Dnal. intended, premeditated. 

2ttft*tli(lb , .."i" designedly, inten- 
Dn.illv , »illi (a) design. 

aibncbtlOÖ , «*. »nd '"i". i""le. 
giied. unintentional; undesignedly, witli- 
,t design [uess. 

2U'fi*tlOfiaf Cit , /. undesigned. 

2lbfi(l)tSlVCll, '"ij fnlloldesiguCs). 



/. pl. l*a(lti)ll.] apside 



aiiftCbCn, "> 'ift "ff l«itl, a sie 

2H)fiecT»cn, ■> "■ «'"'S "'H' f"" 

pine iiwav, to consume, to languish. 

Slbftebeln, v. re/;, ©id) -, to u 



«Hbftcocn 



to clean by boiling. 

2HjfinflCn, ;>■. r. a. .o sing, to sing 

f. to cliant. 10 lecite. ^2ie^C^:) -, to carol. 

JUbftngcn, '>•■ •'■ ■■f^- ©icD-f fatigue 

,e's self by singing. 

sHbfingcn, ;-■• -. «. '»«'"s <»/ 'i'= i«^' 



aibfingung 
aibfinfcn. 


/.sing 


ing, di.nting 
m*ed with 1 


no 


to sink do«n , to 


delve. 






sjlbfintcrn 
mbiinti) , " 


i>. >i. 


. »aiUficferii 




. i-i) 


. aoevnuitl, 




ma$en , 


r. V. n 


. 1, (used H 


itl 


Ijdt'cni to sit away 


f.onie 


Ic. 2. (used « 


iti 


fci.i) u'L-n. qifei-in; 


c.) -, 


alight (fioi 




horse elc), lo de 


sceiid 


„,. get off (a 




rider from a beas 


) . 10 d 


smount 




2lbfi$cn , " 


. v.a. 


1. ((iinc ©d) 


If, 


©tlülTlMfe) -, to pay off b 


y sitting in p 


is. 


on. 'i. to sit oul. 


3. to 


vear oul (off) 


by 


siltiii". 


[one 


s sell by sitti 


Ig- 


2Jbfi$cn , 
iUbfatfcn , 


,e/(. 


©Ul) -, 10 


ire 


V. ... 


(used wi.h 1 


111) 



«MbfoftlCn, »■ "■ HKlll.J ■» "ear 
SIbfOlSCn, «. a. to pay off, .0 pay 

iUbfOlut , "dJ. 1. 1*1>1I'.J absolute. 
2. |Si'!)lt .C] absolute, gllie -t 2B.ll)vl)ClI, 
a poMlive truth. 

atbfOlut, «''". absolutely. 

ilbfOluttOn,/. |il)t"I.J absolution 

aU'folutorium, « (-^ i«trt)tf= 
Slbfoloiren, -. «■ i. to absolve. 

to acquit; IXIjeol.J to absolve, i. lo dis- 



aibfonöerbar, '"'>• separable. 

2CbfOn5erU(^, -"O- l. separable. 

(= 23fl0llCcr> particular, especial, singu- 
r. peculiar. — adv. especially , partic 
arly etc. 

Slbfonterlittfl , '" (-«. i><- -<> 

JlbfOnÖern, «• «. '. "• separate, 
disunile, to disjoin, lo put asunder, to 
vide, to part, to sever, to del.ith, 1 1"". 



31 bf 

gregate. - liDll lt., to detach, lo separate 
from etc., to sever from etc.; -, (-Mllit.] , 
to detach ; ciiien $iif (6iird) eine OHoiier ic.) i 
111 jiuei tijeile - , to part off a yard. 2. i ^ 
to abstract; f. 31 1) (1 1 fi I) i r e n. 3. -, a) 
[Oljir.J f. ab 11 el) me II. b) [ TJljouul. ] | 
((Sillle IC.) -, to secern, to secrete, 4. (©111 
ÄillW-, [9ifd)Iä|Vv.] 10 pay off; f. 31 b = 
|rt)ciDeii. 

Slbfoniiern, •>■ «//. Sid) -, i. lo 

separate; [«pl)l)fai|.J lo be secreted, ©id) 
UDll in (ac|"cll|"d)ilft - , to seclude ones , 
self, to live by one's self, to live retired. 
2. (JJnililClJ to dissolve partnership. 

aibfOn&CrUUd,/' l. separating etc.. 
separation, segregation. 2. J - (Oct 'iji'^ 
OVijfr., abstraction. 3. [■jSljoflUl.] secretion. 

aitifuiiocviiiiflsgc fnffe, ". pi. 
[■illlnl.] secretory vessels. [comma. 

3JI)fi)iii)cviiiia6|lrid), »I. [(SiMiiim.i 

31 b fD n D e r U II fl « I' c r 111 & IJ c II , n. 1. ab- 
stractive faculty. 2. [<)51)l)fu>I.] secretive 
power. [distincliuu, 

31b|oiii>eiUMg,äicirt)eii, " """^ "' 

21bfOnnig , "dj. not exposed to the 
sun, oul ot the sun, shady. 

2lbf0rben5, «. C'lllllt.] absorbent. 

2(bforbtrcii, ". a. i. ^ m^o., 

Glinii.J to absorb, to imbibe. — Ö, absorb- 
ing, absoibeut; il 1) fb f b I r t IticrDcll fön- 
lU'lli), absorbable; bic 2.nl)l(;fcit, «bfüt^ 
bin incfBcu jii fiiiiiicii, absorbability J -: 
öcti OKltU-l, [-BicD.J absorbent. 2. i to ab. 

ilb^OVptiOU , J ahsorplion. 

2lbforvtionSfaftig , -'J- ab. 

2lbforöcn, "- >?/'• eirf)-. "> «"' 
2ibfpaj)uen, -. «• I3ii"m"-i] "> 

lal,e off shavings. 

2lbfj>altCn, (PP- a\>ie\v«tlun) 1). n. 

2lbf;>?oltcn , ■>. 'x/?. ©i* - , (used 
2(bfvalti'n , tw- .mtfi"»'«" "• «■ 

(used >M.h l;,llciu 10 el avc. to split off. 

2(bfj>altung , /. ■-i'ii"i'is »a etc. 
2tbf*)ati9eln , o. ,.. |. iuiicdei, 

I\r. 1. 

21bfi?nncn, " ■■ "> »«n. 
2lbt>anncii, "• ". i. (eme ©ei).!« 

:c.) -, to relax, lo loose, 10 slacken, lo 
unbend. ((Sllieil aJagflU -, 10 unbend 
(Silltcn) -, to slacken, to lei down; (til 
irollllllEI) -, to unbrace; Ceil i?ill;il Uli 
(SeiutljirE) -, (Eine ()äi|1i)le) - , to uncoc 
(c. ace.;. 2. i a, Bni &an -. lo rel.. 
one's mind; to enfeeble the mind; |'. 3J 1 
gefp.lllllt. b) [-DRcS.] -De -Wltttl, relaj 
ing medicines. 3. (Die %\aSie) -, to ui 
team, to take off; lOdjlVlt) -, to unyoke 
em (Sejell -, to strike a tent. 4. 1 Sinn 
fdlicfillllticil, 2illtc !C- - to alienate one- 
customers; 1. 31b|>(iinnfl. 5. ((-S-tiiM; 
-, to reach iii spanning, by tiie span. 

2lbfjjannung, /. '• unbendinji 

slackening; unbracing, remission ; rel.ix.i 

uSrr Tismn , a relaxation of the ninsele, 
fibres or nerves; - ^Ui <5ifl|1e6), (ilie) re 
laxalion (Of tlie mind). 2. taking off ,tli 



21bf»>anfttg, -"';. alienated, estrang. 
cd, disinclined, unfaithful, disloyal. - 

eine «Perjbii - mnd)eii , to alienate the af- 
fection of; einem finiifKiDeii bie SiiiiSen 
- ma&im , to balk a shop; fiiiem 'IKniine 

wife; e-inem - njerdeii, to desert (a friend 



fall off from i 



quit 



party. 

2lbfj)arCn , ■>• «• l» spare from; to 

(IUI ^ffiiillöe -, I will |,incli mysell in my 

2<bfijeifeH , ". ... i- .e-nmi«) -, to 

clear by eatiug; to eat off. 2. ((l-llieil) -, 
to feed, to entertain. 3. i to put off. (Sis 
IICII -, to rid ones self of etc. ; gmeil mit 
Iccteii aBorlEii -, to put any one off with 
fair words; fnl'} -, to cut short. 

2lbftieifcu , "■ »■ msed with ij.ibcu) 

to finish dinner or supper. 31 b Q e fp C I f c t 

2lbfj5ervcn, ". ... to simt out! to 

exclude, lo debar, lo separate. [tion. 

2lbf*>eVrUnq,/. seclusion, separa- 
2lbfJ>tC3eIn, ■>. "- l. to reflect (as 

from a mirror). 2. ©id) -, to figure to 

one's self, to fancy, to imagine. — v. refl. 

©Id) - , 10 look al one's self in the glass ; 

il. to be relletted. 

2l6fijiegclung,/. .eiiexio,,. 

2lbfjJtefcn, .-. «• l- [-JKnflfJ to per 
form, to play. (Sill SicD !c.) -, to play 
(Off); in'iu SBIilire -, lo play at sight. 2. 
to act , to play . to peilorm to the end. 
3. to wear out by playing; to play aivay. 
3d) l;(ibe mir f<i|l tue Siiifler ii b jj c fp ic 1 1 , 

playing. 4. (Sillf ©d)iili"> , 3ei1)e ir.) -, lo 
pay (Off) by playing. 

2lbf;^iclen, •>. ,-e«. ©id) -, to tire 

^bipiClen, •'• «- to bn.sh playlng. 

2tbf*ifecn, v. a. to fetch down 

"'2lbfr«nÖClH/ ^'. .. 10 take iiom 
the spindle. 

WLbipinnen, »-. »• «. ' 'o »pm off; 

to clear by spinning. 2. ± Od) l)nl>e imt 
ia\1 Cie SiiiGei- nbaeipoiineu, 1 li-ive al- 



3. (Sine Sd)iilii) -, to pay loffi uy spin- 

äibfjpt^cn, f- «. 1- (e-tibiiii. -, to 

divest 01 or take off the point, to blunt 

the point. ((Jllie gebet) -, to nib. 2. to 

take off will, a pointed instrument. 3. to 

point (properly). i.Otlfi (lll| IC. -, f. 
31 1) ic I) e 11. 

mipmtevn , •■ •'■ I 

21bfvlittfrn, "-" i"«'i »iH' i"">i 

10 splint, to splinter, to bieak off in 
splinters. 

2lbfvUttcrn , " r^- ^id) - , to 
' lbf»>i»ttdn. '"-u 1 

Sihipotten , <>■ «• "= 
2lbj>ra*e,/i.3ii 
2lbf»jrccl)en, "•• ". « 



31 bf 



2lbi 



dicfal sentence, to dispos 
to deny . to refuse, ©in 



. by a ju- 
y one of; 
! ipoffiiuna 



to death; [Witt.] to give up. lo give over. 

aälbf*>rccben , '>■ •■• •< lused with 

hnbiMl) I. to decide hastily, lieber ic. -, to 
torejudge. to prejudge, to prejudicate; er 
f i' r I d) I üfnt -llflcf D , f i> r i d) I .jeni n b , 
lie is in tlie liabit of prejudging ; Sie tl)lin 
lliirerfit fiirnii , tae S\e iiliec eine Saiie -, 
t\t K. , you are wrong to pronounce so 
decided an opinion upon a tliiog which 

2tI)fj)rEd)enb , i »rf;. positive, 
2lbf'j>red)Crtf*,S decisive, dog. 

dogmatically, positively, in a magisterial 

2itf»>rc*erinn,/ (-no )over. 
^bipreätevei , / picjudgmg etc. 

vide "it, props. 

2H)f*)rengcn , "■ «• i» spring; to 

cause lo break off suddenly. &ni §iufci|Vll 

leLiieu Sflfeii !c.) -, to blast (to blow off, 
with gunpowder. 

aibfjirengcn, "■ "■ ^'sed wi' uw 

to hasten or liurry away, to gallop 
away. off. fJI b fp r» flE ". 

mbipvie^en, •'■ "■ i- 'J» " n « "' "' >■". 
miptinqen, ■••. •=■ >• '-sed wuu 

fe,,.) 1. to leap fron,, to leap off o,- down ; 

burst off. to cQQie off; - (L>UII Solten iC), 
to snap. 2. - (UD1I cill« fiUaeO , lo re- 
bound tuen , from) ; (PDllI ^ferDe, - , lo 
aliglit. 3. t to fall over, to fall off, to 
change suddenly. - luc'u einer <)j.irici ic.;, 
to forsake, quit or desert suddenly; von 
einem SBeri"pred)eii ic. -, lo retract; (UDtii 
©egenillinbe) -. to launch out of (ones 
•abject,; fprillfl' lli(l)[ (lb, stick lo the 

2lBfj>ringcn, ■>•• » "« Sko -, to 

lire one's self by running, leaping. 

^iipri^en , v. n. - uük k. , to 

spurt back from etc. — v. a. 10 squill off. 

aibfjjrpfeling, '" <-« v- -w) 

1. descendant, off.spnng. scion. 2- ± (upil 
änrt,cii) result, consequence. 

lo descend, |-. 21 Ort mil me 11. 

3ibipvad> , '"■ <--''■' p'- -fptii*e, 

[SKetftlsfpcl final senience. 

^bipVUn^, '"■ (-£«■ i''- -IPrunfle/ 
I. a spring, leap, leaping off, bound, 
jump ; f. (lud) la e 1 1 e 11 f p r u II (J. '31 b^ 
fprüiifle eines ^nfen, [ aCniomipr. ] 
doubles of a hare. 2. (a sudden, leaving 
ur quilling. 3. ± a) a falling off. alb. 
I'sr 11 n e iiKid)en (in einer äieöe,, lo run off 
Irom one thing to another, b) (= »Ubflld), 
nifference, co.itrast. - luni Onlireil , dis- 



parity of years, c) (ilied)I«fpr.J renuncia 
lion (Of a claim); i". -ilbilnno, aSecjidjr 

ed off. [angle of reflectiou 

•ilbfprunusiuMifel, m. [(JSeoni., 
2H)t>ulen, "■ »• l- CSSnrn) -, t( 

wind of)\ to unwind from tlie spool. t< 

2lbt>ülen, '•■ «• i. to wash, u 

wash out, to wash up, lo rinse. (9i,uVI 
!C.), lo niop, to wash. 2. ©trnd« - , 11 
wasii away , to wash off. (X)n6 llferi - >!' 
einem Jliine, , to wash gradually away 

5Mt>f»)UleV, m. (r-t, ('(.-) / one 

aibfvulerinn,/- ;''. -em 5 wiio 

2l(»f»>Ülitftt, " <-») dish- wash 
swill, swillings. hos-«asli, |. « p n I id, I 

2lbl>ÜIung, /■ l- washing, wash 



iUbftaftlcn, < - 1 « steei, t 

(jeil IC. -, to harden one's self ag.tinst etc. 
ft tlljl t gegen IC, liardened to etc. 3. [^''Ifb. 
rcn, "• ". ICerrl.j lo ceas 



2ibftommeIn , "■ <■• r. veni« 
Slbftammcn, c "• (used wi.h i 



il)un (ben a5erfid)ercrn), [ipn 



>»ge 



91 b il (1 n 6 D m e ff u ii g , /. [-»ted).] apo- 
•;il)aniib«n)Mifcl, in. ['Jlilroii.] angle 

2H>fltanÖcr, >"■ (-f, pi. -> (Sonin-.i 
Slbfitänöig , adj. csoriiiD.] - (uom 

^blie; , de.Td , dry. - luerben , to decay. 
2lbfta»)eln, ■•. «• t» take down 

iUbftattCn, '■■ «- to perform, to 
discliarge , to execute. (Jhien SBej'nd) -, 
to pay a visit; fi-inen Xlnilf -, to pay, give, 
return or render thanks; einen (?iD -, I". 
>J1 b 1 e g e 11 : cm ©cliibbe -, to make a vow ; 
einen S)ruB-, to deliver a compliment; 
(5-iiieiii feinen (JJliiimnnrd) , feiiiE ®lnif' 



(einem bic legte ß-ljre, 
'eine (SdinliMgtcit -, to 






another; aSetlitl - 
count; 3cuglllB -. lo bear witness, to give 
testimony. 2. [3icd,t6rpr-j i= >iln«|lntten) 
to portion . lo endow. 

2lbftattung , /• l. Sk- - eine« »e. 
rud)6 , (the act oft paying a vi.sit ; - beS 
i)iinfee , (the aci oft letuming or render- 
ing thanks. 2. ( J(cd)töair.] endowing, por- 
tioning, [about- 



etc.; (puu SCorcetn) to be derived from 


aibftaub, m. (-e6) dnst flying off. 


etc. SBdii föniglidjem (Seblilte -, lo be ot 


aibftaubCn, -.n. to dust, to free 


royal blood; ( bie enghincer , I'l ii m 111 e 11 


from dn.i. 


juiii Iljeile uoii ben DennVDen A b , are parilv 


2(bftaubCV,'".(-^, p; -, l. onethal 


descended from tlie Germans. 


wipes away dust. 2. (ein SSäerfjeiig, aduster. 


2lbftammung,/- descent; mnmu 


Mbftaubuaq, J dusnug eic 


nuit.J denvation, etyuiology. 23.11 UL-r; 


2lbftauvf n, ^ - t» nog soundly. 


neljmer-, ot Ingli extraction, ot liigh birlli. 


to scourge. 


iUbiliimmnngoinrel,/- genealogic- 


Oibflretbeifen, - -* pi- -' ^P^de 


al table. 


to cut turf with , a spud ; [SmngieB.Jscraper. 


Stbftammcn, •'• -. to teu, to se- 


2ibftea)en, "• •,. a. i. to bring 




down by a thinst; i(. to pierce, to stab. 


aibftammling, m. (-», pi. -t, i. 


to kill, to butcher. lO stick; to cut. (?!< 


2lbftam<>cln , !■ .<• and o. ,,. r 


neu -, (Dom qjferBe) -, to unhorse, to 


•;ib lie nip el a. 


dismount; S?tu IC -, to unload hay etc.; 


atbftamvfen , -. "• i- ^dimM, -. 


(em ©(bivein ic.i -, (einem <Stt)meme> bie 


lo stamp off. 2. lo wear out or off by 


Jlfl)ie-, lo stick, lo kill; ben 9(nig -, 


stamping, i. to stamp, to pound (suf- 


(beim ■Jiingelrennen] to get the ring witli 


ficiently,, ling, 10 have done stamping. 


the lance; 3{(l|eil -, to cut green sods. 2. 


3ibftamj>fen, "• >•■ f fi»i*i' stamp- 


(einen, -, lo surpass in shooting, thrust- 


2ibftamj>fcn, ». «y;. ©id; -, lo 


ing etc.. to oulshoot; to outdo; (Äimen. 


tire or fatigue One's self by stamping. lo 


fp.) to irnmp (a card); einem Sdjiffc ben 


gel tired with stamping. 


-ffilllb -, to gel the wind or wealhergage 


2tbftanB, ".. (-es. pi. -iiämo i. 


of a ship. 3. lo draw off (by a pointed 


distance (fuii , Irom ; Jiulfdjen , between,. 


instrument). Cnj Süänfier - , to draw oU 


Der gcriiigile - (einei -IShineieio uun bee 


tiie water from a hog etc.; (einen Seid)' 


erbe, [-Jlilron.J perigee; berroeitejle-ppn 


-, to drain, to draw; (SBein, ^SioH IC.) - 


ber Cfrbe, (Uilron.J apogee; bee - com 


10 lap. to rack off. to draw. 4. (Sin 


iSd)tirel, lenith-distance; ber - beö 'ffiir. 


'Biullen -, to copy out by pricks upon pa- 


telpuntiCD einer ellipii|"d)en »IJIr.iicienbnljn 


per, i(,pricR off upon paper; (ein (Semälbe 


uuni ■iirennpunfle, eccenlriciiy. 2. i dis- 


IC.) -, to etch. 5. (= aibrierfell. lo mark out 


tance ; dilfeience, conirast. Jier-bcr Onl,re 


(With poles or stakes) ; f. aibilecfen. 


(u. %Hri'oncn), disparity of years; ber - 


aibltec^en, ir. r. «. l. (used wi«h 


jimfi^en nur niib il)ni i|l in grue, the dis- 


fern) , bom Cniibe ober einem S(t)i(fe -, 



sib) 



iic (t i c8 t gegen bid) a b, she 
a foil 10 you; |'rt)arf iieorii ciiuiii»ct -, to 
Lie strongly contrasted ; (fi.lrnftcrc) oeflt» 
finniifei: - iiiiid)rn , to set off. 

2JIjftc*cr, '" '-i. i>i- -) '■ " 
2lbftc*mcffer, " > -', c' -> 

2lbfterfen, " "• ' k> ""pi" i» 

frock etc.). 2. to ni.i.k with poles, to 
mark out, to set out. (5-m i/dijcr -, to 
o.ark the place loi a can.p, to mark a 
camp by filing poles, to trace out an en- 
canipinent by fixing poles, to pitcii a field 
Willi pole«; (eine (Strngej -, lo lay out. 
3. f. 6-iitii>Bl)nen. 

•all» |i e (f I e i II e , /. ^ line, picket, pole 
■a U ll e rf I'd) II II t . /. ^ used in marking 
aii|l erfufnl)!, m) etc. out a space. 

mbftcben, ''■■ '• " «""d »"I' I"" 

»ctl and fem) 1. ; - iiuni so, lo st.ind oS 
(from etc.l, to stand far from etc. fflleirt) 

-B , (-Sl't.) expanding. 2. (u. w. feilt) - 
(l> isnefteil). to spoil, to decay, to perish, 
to fade, w- <15flniijeii , ll)iemi) to die. 
(I'.SliifliafeiteiU, 10 grow «tale, flat, vapid, 
to turn, lo pall, (u. Cer 9Bilct) le.) lo 
turn ; - llindlHI (^ffiild) ic), to turn. >:i I)j 
gcit ll ll^cu (II. S-if(l)en,S8niiiiicn jc.i, dead 
3. (U. w. ffill) [833(11 Mil fur.] lo leave one's 
Jiand; to lly from a tree etc. 4. (u. «. 
fern) - I'DIl It-, to desist from etc.; 10 re- 
tract, to withdraw i lo leave off, lo quit, 
to drop, to relinquisli . to give over, up, 
Willem Ob. lioii &iiieni -, to abandon, ic 
forsake any one. to fall off from any one. 



2l6ftCl>en, <r ... a. (used w 

l&mni) -, lo cede, to yield. 10 n 

our nb, lei him have your hat. 
2H>ftetien, ir.v.rejl. ©Irt) 



IHbi 



-.a bill. 2. -t-b (gdcbeii, Hiioten), [Slftv 
:c.|descencJing; bie-be ((Sc(cf)lceliie-) lii 
lf,|the descending line. 3. (3ll einem Sßit 



älbftcften, 
2Jt»ftcI)er, 

"aibfte'ftUn, 

any thing from et. 



aibftcifen, - « i- 

arch. '2. ['»till. II. «(lUf.J 

2lbftcifcn, " - (f 



aibfteigcn. 



>Jlb|lci<]el)(l IIB, a. 1 house of 

Jlbileiflcniiiu-tier, u. , ;.c.omoda- 

■Jl iMl e 1 g e 11) 1) I) it nil G , /■ ) ''<>" , lods- 

g. [descent, alighting eic. 

aibftcigen, " (-*) descending. 
2lbfteigern , '■ «■ e-'nen -, to om 



lUet off. 

1 9tbftil4c(n, I. n to get by means 

, of sarcasm ; li. t^ vcK by sarcastic lan- 

=;giiage, [broidery. 

2lbfti(f en , " " i» copy by em- 

aibfttmmcn , "■ « i- mmn e-m 

gnflriiniEnt -, a) to tune (an instrument); 
bl lo lower its (concert) pitch. '2. (ginen) 



2Ibftcigung, / i. 

flenibe, f(()ieiV) -, (right 
:ension. 'i [lieuillflliuaäf.: 

2ibfteincn, ■> "- ' < 



aibftcinigcn, 

knock off or dovMi 

aibfteUen, •■ 



I'lllll-DII.. 
oblique; 



(iJJiilTe :e.) -, 

»ve oil. OJi'lB^ 

I ; 39ef>l)ii>ei"öei 



2lbfteUcr , 



OlbfteUung , 
aibftfUcn," 

on. abolishing etc. 
>.aii|l 



atbftimmcn , 



aibfttmmig, <"»■ '- m^m Ji»- 

Don K., to dissent from elc- 

aibftimmUng , /- l. discordance, 
dissonance. 2. voting; division; vote. 

2lbftDbern, "- "- «<> stake or sweep 
oir; \. "l b |1 liii 1) e n iiiii" 9lb (1 i'PI>e I "- 

Sibftoc^crn , "• "- '<> pi'^'' "ff- 
2lbftö(fcln, "- «- 1- c3?üfrc K.. -, 

•I. f. «Dleijeii, «bfenfcn. 

aibftOtfCn, "- »• 1- [®(UKnM f- 
^IbUNjeii. 1. to put (young bees) into a 
hive. — o n. (used with feilO to rot off 

Jlbfto^rnen, "• «"• Si* -, '» 'i" 



Willi deep groniiing. 
i(5-|llrli iUlfer) -, 10 cut 

2tbftoft , ">■ <-e«) 

ijlblli'ljeifeii, m f 



to gle, 

lie. 
if (10. 






If. Sid) 5.1^ ®eni(t - 
OKifTeil 



2lbftemiUÖ, '«■ f- e"tl),ilrf,iin.JQj(„i(t i>6. tnä iperj -, to give the finish 

älbftcmmen," "■[iiid)i. 
2lbfteraj)eln, "■ " '» - 

..rk w. lb stamped 01 nament.si[-: 

atbftevffn/ "■ " ■" 
Stbftcrbeu, ;-- "- "• n 



SJnuiMcn, (Sil 
t ein fel)r fluie 



(Of) plei 
iinet 5<.n 



(•»tin 



2ibfterbcn, " <-'< 

ase- l. 1 decay. 3. Sn6 

2ibftcuer , /- ip'. - 
2lbfitcncrn, "- » i" 



)ern), dead 
3-reniii) fi b 



I. death, de- 

einer Sniiiilie, 

[flelb. 

f-5Jlijn,iö. 



31bftict), 

t or dug oH 



- (be« ^eineä, 
'Millierij, ap.iit 
2. - (11. gdrbeii), 



ing stroke or blow to etc. ; fid) bie .^»iiriiet 
-, Pi-OD- to sow one's wild oats, f. >!l b. 
U 11 fen. 2. t 0,16 luitb iijm bo« i^etj -, 
that will bieak liis heart. 3. [ied)n.J ©ill 
ajeiii -, iei)ii'.l f. albneljincn; »(iiniie 
-, (SDrfill).] to lop the tops of trees; it. 
[Xecl)ll.] to chisel or scrape off, to take otf 
with the plane ; (einen Stein !c-)-, [iJRiuit., 
Sinmicrr. !c.) to hew off; leine Suflei -, 
to shoot; (bie fd)arfen Äniiteii einet ©tnfei 
-, lo hew off, to round off; (Äleibet) -, 
to wear out. 4- i a) (gill *,llb ic I - , to 
wean. f. aibfe^en; »ieiien -, to kill 
bees and take their honey ; bie Wild)iäl)ne 
- to shed the milk-teeth, b) (^-ine @((Ulb) 
-, to pay; eine alte 9{ed)nuii(j -, to wipe 

vend. f. -Jibfeeen. 5. [^WiiMf] <libit- 
llogeii, staccato. 6. [<ßt)i)f.i to repel; f. 
3iiril(fini6eii. 

2tbftogen, *•■• " "■ (used with ^«. 

ben) (iffiiir.l to bear off. to sliove off. 

2lbftOgCn, ir. » «rt-Sid) -, to rub 
off, to wear out. (Äleiber,) bie fi* (ibgc/ 
llofjen l)(lbeil, worn out, threadbare. 

2tbftO§en, " i-«) Imockingoffetc; 
t^l)l)f.) lepuUion. repellent or repuliiv« 
power 

2lbftCßCnÖ, Vrt. adj. knocking off 
etc.; (-JI)l)f.J repulsive, repelleul. 

>Mbftottern, »■ « <" deliver m . 



Jlbf 



2lbf 



uueiiiig uiauuer; f. $cr i^oi tetn. 
3tbftraCt,( <">J- absfact. - itttdd 
Slbftraft,^ lit. abstractly, coi 

dereil in tlic <ib>trac:[^ 
m^t action, J ( ^K„raction 

2iI)fira«Jon ,5 



jby litigalion, to deprive (any one o 
I by a lawsuit. 3. (= (Ireitig iiinAen) i 
I test. 10 dispuie. Duo 1 fie lit) mi 
-, tliis sliall not be disputed me. J 
1 be disputed (aigued) out of it. in 



Jlbftractum , » / . ., „^„„a 
2lbftraetum, S 

2lbftrafen, "a. lochastise (proper 
1,;. to correct, 10 punish. 

2lfcftrafung , /■ '(.».««meot, cor 

MMirahivtn, »■ ... [Scoir] -, m 

©CCflilftll -, to abstract, -b, abstractive. 

iUbftroIjircn , '■■ "■ »»n e'»"« -- 

to "ive a thing over. tfleeted ray. 

kb{tvam. '« '-'*' p'- -'"> "- 

^Ubftratllen, "■ "■ and -.. to re- 
flect, 10 be reflected. 

aibftraftlUng,/. reflection. 

•Jlli|lr.llUlllia«»llltel, m- angle 01 
reflection. [struggle. 

mbfttäabta , v. rett. to tire by a 

aibftreben, "• » «> ""»« "> s=' 

Itom ti.e c'enter. -U Scnft oD. >a I'll t e b f. 
ft nil. H5l)OI"] centrifugal to.ce, power. 

^bftveiä), "■■ 3"i -< iuf*i"fl«". '» 

äitti4ei|eii. 

mbftveiäfin, -r. ». »• i. cei»w 

-, to strike away, to strike off, to roll, 
draw, wipe otf or away, tgelle* -, [®etb.] 
10 scrape; (QtetrElCe , ÄOtIO -, to strike; 
emeu idjtffel -, to level a uicasute of 



skiuiiued or laken olT etc., skimming. 

(53?eii\nuro.J litharge. [meiJ 

-Ul))lti*blei, n. 1-Mci.llliltfl.] 

aibfhricEen, » " 



:). 1. 



the 



rike. 2. 



Ulla >>01J Jlim - aii fil'UlW 
[*)Hii.iaurfl.] iie Uncemiafeiieu -. t" »«" 
to skim. i. täinfitmefjet JO iiuf ÜeCet 
to slrap. 4. 1 t (SlllCli; -, to strap, 
«hip so-.udly. Ö. [2BiiiMii(Vt-] t&iii S'laJ 
_, to beat, to try (a lield lor game; ; illE 
Jlllt, iSillfll-J 10 scour a plain. 

ütbftreicbcn, "• "■ '• *"se<i «itii 

IjilbcU) - It'. Jjelttui), to finish spawning. 
2. lu. w, leliu a; [aßillDlUlVc] - ^l'- iBi)^ 
jellU, lo quit ihe nest, bj 1 to steal away, 

aitftrCifbOV, "*• capable 01 lieinj 
Strips (.stripped^ , stript ojf ett. 

aibftrCifCn, .. .. l» stnp. .oslni 
oU; to carry olf; to slip. li8l)l)ueUJ -, tc 
unstring, f. abiiifctu; eiii il)iec -, ti 
strip Ihe skin from a beast; to »trip i 
beast of its skin; (.^afeilj -, to strip 
leiiicn 5"4)^> - 'o flay ; tcmeu ül.il ic.) - 
10 skin; Me aäl.uiei: (uuii :c.) -, to strij 
oli tlie leaves, to uuleave ; (Cie v>illlD|d)Ul)C, 

WLbftreifvn , "■ ... wta with fem. 

a*ay. 

2tbftreifcr, ■«• ^-^, v'- -> '• ""• 



utsiou, ramble, trip; f. 31 ft e (t)e t. 

aibitreiten, *■•• -• «• '• ^^»»<'i> -, 

I obtain by litigation '^i- dispute. 2. i<^l: 



' pay ' 



Slbfh-iegcln , »■ " 

separaie by currying. 



2lbftrömei 



,1« lltet-, I. 'iiiiV 

3lbftxömen, 



;. 3. te-ll 
byknillin 



(.6tn)(i6) -, 
(&iii 'ISfete 

, 3. t t le-i^ 



flow off rapic 
euflC) , i". S 1 1 

liin.) iS.is erj) 



2lbftroffcn, - 

-, 10 dig. cut by de 

aibftücEelnw 
2lbftücEcn, S 

particles. [oversludy one s 

atbftuBiren, »■ •■'J'- ^k» - 

aibftUfCn,-- '• I>»n.] a;, 
etjl -, lo break off piece-meal, b 
separale or lorui into .-.leps ; f. Hi! it 
fell. 2. to mark with degrees, reg 



Jf)OI>ei ■ precipice . steep. 

3lbfiürjen, « "• """ii »'tb <'!•> 

lall down troiu a precipice, to fall pron 
headloDg , f to piecipitHte. 
^hüÜYJitn, r. n. 1. lu precipitate 
throw headlong. &v tlnrjte fid) ULM 

es neck. 3. ((Jmeii Deitii le.i -, t 



'2lbftu$en, 






-, lo prune, to lop. lo top; ettUill ^pil:\ 
Oeu vB(t)iuiiin -, f- OU |1 II nil' f e 11 ; nl j 
(lllljt, [VerlO., »Ut. IC 1 ttuncaleidj. 
[itctjll.] Oeuflt) -. 10 crop tor the li 
lime, to give llie fiisl cropping. 

aibftij^cn, »".I l-B!«] 'ß 

Ä0lffi -, 10 shore, lo shore up. 2. [OKll 
to p.op; f. .JUfpVi-lJcll. 

2lbfu*cn, " .•■ 1- '<> sEHich a 

take. (S-l.iem Die glaOe -, lo clean a 



■gelö -, [aiJiiiömiijr.J n 

2lbfuö, "■• (-^«1 

älbfieDtlli decocliun. 

2lbfu5eln, ^ "■ 

jug iiianiier, lo copy, 
off negligently, l. -il b 1 

2tbfum:>pfcn, . 

aibfurö, u* a 
aibfuröiönt,/ 

2lbfü«en,.-.. 

to sweeten; [liljiltm. 



, «DieifiUuro.J 



iUbfugen, « l->:> sweeten 

2tbt, "I- '-''6, pi. 'HcDIO ab 
UVlleItt -, an abbot prime; 
ler -, lay abbot; eilt iiifulirier - 

liol; Hen 

«lOlllliC 



^IbftUfen, .•• "• a."! -'J'- '0 be shad; CO 
ed. 10 be graduated, lo be diversilied by 
gradation. |" 

StbftUfUng, /. <P'- -eiugradualion. 
gradation, modilicalion. Sie - Ceä 2l(1)If6, 0« 
degree or gradalion of light; tie -til HC 

(6er S-nrt-eu), shades; Me -eii (Cet Ion. abbot; üeu - reuen lafie 
leilel-, [«iufj degrees. niei 

aibftült>cn ,.'■"■ &'""< *"t - . 'o , ="' 
""atbftüint)fcnw" " '-'ß"" ^i"?"! 2tbtaffln, .■■ »■ i» 

21bftlUn»ffn,i-. to dull. ^emjdoneUiiiing, lo rise ire 
^KeiTer; -, lo bluni; emci.i qSietBe it. "f'' •>''''": . , 
Si^imiU} -, 10 dock Ihe tail of a horse; OlbtafclH , ■•• "• ' 
iibaeiliimpft, ['Mdll)., 9Riuer„l. "■Jp.'""""-.J;>;°/"""" 

edg'ro''eic..'lo dulL l"o°de°d^en. ©men -, t 2ibtaEcln , »■ «■ 
3euu„l»6 25.tad.li) -, 10 stupefy any one.!-, -o unrig, lo dismao.le 
_ r if/l eu'i - 10 -el dull, blunted, «o strip; .eine Sloite; -, 

siupehed i aibtafelutifl,.' " 

5Mbfturavfung,y- blunting etc. | iUbtanöeln, - ■■ 
2lbftürtncn, . 

by a slorm. 2. l I'i-lliein Ö-lUlil6) ■ 



shake off 



by violence, 10 liully 

JUbftürmcn, » 

2. (u. w. t)abell) in cea 
ing. 

Slbfturj, ".- ^- 

tuom SBniiEt; , 
fierce, a fall 






Hiking 



'^Ibtanjen, 



2lbtnnjcn, 
aibtaiisrn, 

to go uU oaiiciiig. 
dauciUK 



30 aibt 

2H»taUd)Cn, =■• "• "> 'lean (cleai.se 
by submerging, by dipping. — v. n. U 

2lbtaumeln, "■ "■ <u»=<i >viti, fem 



2l6tauf*, ". 
2lbtnuf*cn, 



Mo bwop or swap. {(5"1 



I Stnai) 



chaogiiig etc. (ship. 3. abbacy. 

2lbtCi, /■ '■-"» '• abbey. 2. abbot- 

31btcilic^, '"'j- abbatial, abbatical. 

aibteufcn, "■ «■ [^in.J ceinen 
©(1)11(1)^ -, to sink (a sliaft or pit). 

mbtbamn, ■• « («»ed with fe,n) 



aibtbcil, '" a,.d„. (-f«,pi. 
laie, f. 'ilritljeil. 2. appanage. 

2lbtl)cUcn, -. "• 1- (etiüdS) 



graduate; ill Rlnffeil -, to form or range 
into classes, to classify, to class; tutif) 
aSerfdjlngc -, to parliliou (the Hour of a 
liuuke eio; (iilc 3iiiiniec eiiie« S?(iu|"eO -, 
to dispose. 2. [3{Mbt«f|)r.] ÄUl^Er -, nut 
.«lllSetn -, to pay off children, to give 
them llieir share; (1 bj e H)eil t, having 
ones share; f. 91 b fi 11 S e II ; ein abqt' 
ll)eiltet, abaett)siliiiUt ^cinj, an 
appanaged prince. 

SIbtftCtlen, -• «• (used »viih IjaUcn) 
«(It e-innil -, lo settle accounts with any 

aibtljCilung,/ Vl. -en) l. Die -, 
Oicv tiM 21Ht)eUell, dividing etc., divi- 
sion, partition. Etc - ill tSvODe , gradua- 
tion; - in filniTcil, classification. 2. (= 
ll)fll) division. -, [>»iillt. , «ulr.j divi- 
sion) -(eine« eiattmf, 6)nrien6eet«i, com- 
parioieut; bie-tn (in ^(iufcrn), partitions; 

- (ciiieö *uil)e6, in einer ed)tifi), section; 

- (einet 9Cetic), division, pait; eine - 
(^aoren), parcel, lot. 

Il)p.] hyphen. [ t) (1 n t 

aibtljun, ">(-eWt»Di-)f-5rnuen. 
2H>ti)Un, 'r.v.a. I.T(LS-llMä, j. 58. 
emt Cnviit to -, to pull or put off. lo 
take off or away, lo lay aside. 2. 1 a) Sie 
ip.mb (D6er fi(l)j uon ©mem-, to forsake, 



äJefiid)) -, 10 dis|iat 
fletljnn nietbtn, 

dispatch. 3. (il)ie 



Ütbtburnitn, 



3lbl 

)> tiling piled up. to pull down a lower. 
2lbttefcn, "• « f- abteufen. 

2lbtilflen, "■ "• i- lo extinguish, to 

ot oui; Ü iii,ieii. 2. i .(Jiiie ®cf)ulb) 
, ;o (.ii^.ir. [Protestant abbot. 

Sibtilin, /• If. -f") lite "ife of a 

Sibtifftnn,/ 'v' -cio »bhess. 

?äbtli*, -'/ belonging lo «n abho,. 

2<bt0bCn, ■'■ "• «^mem (5tip,i6) -, 
;;e. (from etc.) by bullying, raging. 
2lbtOben, -• «■ "> «.ase raging, f. 



2lbtc&ten, »■ «• 

deaden by degrees. 

21btö6tcn, '■ " 
2ibtp6tcn , n (- 
2lbtöbtung,/. 



1. to kill. 2. ±(Dii 

[lify (one's self) 
«. (Sid) -, to inor- 
6)) - (bet -Beflier. 

\ ben ic.), morii- 



2ibt£)nen, » "■ '<> i"; <i 
aibtorfcln, "■ « f- ait 
2lbtrab, •><■ <-«. pi- ■ 



mtrdaten, - « to water. 

aibtraufCn, /!>.«. to trickle down, 
SlbtraufCln,^ l- älbirieten, <Ub, 

2lbtrcibelobn , m. i-u> f. atu. 

Iteilierl.l)!!. 

2lbtreibc>ntttcl , " (-«, p' - 

2lbtrctben, ■>■ "■ "■ i. (Sifiiio -, 

to drive away, to diive off, 10 drive fioni, 
to forte away, to expel, to put to fliglit, 
to cause to burst off. to break off; to 
purge off. (Den geillb) -, to repel (the 
enemy); (ein «Keiifd), ben fid) iiid)t - hiSr, 
is not 10 be rebuffed; Q-ineii (ion einem 
®ute - , to dispossess any one; ein fiiiiS, 
feine gnid)t - , to cause a lufscarringe . to 
p.ocure an abortion. 2. [iaSiliblllfpr.] (g-lll 
Dic£ld)t, ®il)DlJ) - , to beat np elc. , t^> 
beat tlie game out of etc. 3. ISJoillll'. I 
((j-ineii SBnIb) -, to cm down, to fell. 4. 
[(il)eill., TOctiiailm.] to refine, to reduce by 
means of quicksilver. 5. (^pferbeic.) -, lo 



aibtrabCtl, i'- ". l- (used with fem) ove. drive, to jade. 
to trot olf. 2. o i to take one's self off, to , 2lbtretben, 'r. v.n. (used witi. fell 
march off. | to be driven away or off; [-Wnr.J to mak 

Stbtrng, >"• (-f^- C'. -Itfioe) l. Detjleeway, to fall or drive lo leeward ; 
- (u- ©peifeil), what is taken away, carried drift. 

off. 2. paying. Der - (einer @d)lllb), pay- ^btVithCn, "■ (-^>t driving awa 
ment; einen - entrirf)ten , to pay a sum. SlbtrCtbung , / S <"" »ft i-'c ; 
4. [3ied)t«fpr.] compensation, amends, re- ((Jl)cm.] refining, refinement, 
paration, f. (5-rfntj. (Sinem) lueGcii U- - 91 b tr e i b u iij 6 iii i it el, n f. -Jlbtte 
tl)UH, to make amends for elc. 5. detri- bemittel. 

ment. hurt. (JincUl tbhll, to prejudice, 2ibtretbCr, >"• (-* , P'- -) [dljr'" 
to damage, to hurt any one. s^jjfKifiujij.] refiner. 

Slbtragen, ir. ..... to carry away. 91 b tre i b er 1 1)1,11 , m. lee for refin!n| 

to carry off. lo take away, off, to remove, j SlbtrClinBttr, "''/• separable, cap: 
(©"111 fioUij IC.) — , to pull down, to take , bie of being separated, di.^johied etc. 
down; (c.nen §üoel) -, lolower, to level ; ] 2(btrCnnbarf fit , /• sepaiab.lit; 
bie ©lieifen, ben lift* -, to clear the table; |separ..bleuess. 

(ben 2eitl)unb) -, l<aiol*nifpr.l lo carry 2lbtrennCn , "■ "■ 1. - (UL'n K. 
away from the trace. 2. (TOnt().) tocopy.'to separate (from etc.); to disunite. 1 
to skelch; f. lleb er Ir n () e n. 3. to pay. di.sjoin. lo disuiember. 2. lo rip. (ifJOfen:.^ 
to pay off, lo clear off, to pays (up). — , to un.sew. to unstitch; ben ^eftl^ l»on ! 
igieucrn !c.) -, to pay; ber 95(id)ter It(iflt - , to rip off ilie trimming of etc. 
fernen «pndjl nb, the farmer pays (up)' SJtbtrCnnlt^ , «d/ separable. 
his rent; eine Sdjnlb ber Dniifbnrfeit, eiiie SlbtrCltnung , /■ '■ stparaiion 
Cft)renfd)lllb -, to pay a debt of gratitude, dismembernienl. 2. ripping; unstitching, 
a debi of honor. 4. (gm .Rieib jc.) -, lo ^HbtrOppetl , "■ "■ ['TOoiir.) (ISil 
wear out (off). , Oliillier) - , to build in the form of stain 

2Ibtl-agen, " reß. tSid) -, l. to Uk« a .tairca.e. 
wear out. 2. u, have done bearing vfiuit), glbtrftCI» , 'r. o. a. I. ((Jliun«) - 

2lbtragen,"- (-«^ carrying away J2. to wear out, off by treading. 3. t 

2lbtragUng , /■ 5 ">■ "tf^ pulllng mark, to meas 
or taking down; leveling; paying, acquit- einen SBCfl '.c: 
ment; wearing out elc. 4. ((JineiH Stmai) - , to yield (up), to 

Slbtrnger, -" (-«, P'- -> »"^ «ho »Ive up, to resign, to cede, lo transfer, to 

'"'gitbtrOmjJCln, "■ «• ■■ «o »ear off surrender.' D,e firm.e -, to abdicate llie 

by trampling. 2. to get by trampling. crown; einen ■•;|ind)tüerttna -, to assign a 

SlbtrontJJCln, .-• >■«/!. ©id)-, to lease; bet feine (Süter feinen ®l(iubioetn 

2lbtrnnt*>dn , "■ " (use. 
5lbtroucrn, .• « ' "> '»«*< 



Stbtrouf rn , " refl. ©id) 



'mtret7n,''l'r. 



by steps. ((Jine-JIUec, 
tread (out) (a path). 



iciufdjiilbnet , 



retire, to with- 
Ititt nb, tieten (lb, [li)eat ] 
leunt, f. >Hb; (bet ©d^aufpielet) trnt 
ide his exit. 2. t a) ^on ber £ÜI)lie 
go off (to leave) the stage, b) lo 
aw from a public station, ©cnetnl 



life. 






bcilc -, to depart this life, d) (Son i 
■TOcinnii.], »Partei, SJrti.jionic.)-. lo cha 
(o abandon , to quit <e. ace.) *, to se 
.from etc.). 3. ('Sei ©inemic.)- 



aiOtrctcn, -■ (-«) 1- f. 5if>tte= 

ini.J. i- witlidi awing, retreat. 3. J Sfl« 



(the 



!:i2; stopping, putting up (at etc.). 

^btvetev, "• '-«. p'- -) «"i"- 

2lbtrCtUng , /. l- treading off! 
treading down. Z wearing out or off (by 
treading). 3. resignation, resignment. ab- 
dication, abandonment, cession. Sericiliijc, 
mi Ben Bit - gei'tfjielit, assignee, cessionary. 

^htV'ttb , •"■ <-'i> '■ driving o IT or 
a« ay. 2. [Sonliu.) cutting down, felling. 
3. 13(ed)täiVr.l -, Bii« -are*!, refusal. 

aibtricfen, " "■ «""d with ivim i. 

- U'. SBofffri, to trickle down, to drop, 
to drip from ere; - I'Dll !C. , to drip from 
ere . to drop from etc ; - (D. .SltiBccillc), 
to drip. 2. i (Jj roirB Dabei ©tnid« fur ihn 
-, lie «ill profit a little by it. 

aibtrtft, /• 'Pl- -<:»■ 1- 13ie<f)t«rpr.] 
,igl,l of pa.turjge. i. [<»tOt.i drift, dcllec 

aibtriäcrn, ^ „. to sing »iii. « 

trill. (Ö-Ul £lC^l -, to iM.m. - v.n. (used 



surfjce, to drink off. lo sip off. 2. lo 
empty by drinking. Btr Ztjce i|1 fit)on 

ed. 3. to beat in drinking, to oi.tdrink 

StftnlB)-, to clear, payoff, annul by 
drinking. Ö. to drink off the loasl. bumper. 

3Jbtrinf en, r. reß. Sith -. to ruin 
one's heallh by drinking. 

^htVippCln, '■ "■ (used with ftin) 
to trip off. to trip away. 

Mbtriifpeln , -• re/;, sitd - , to 

bastle abont. 

3«6tritt, m <-rä, P'-e) 1. retir- 
ing, retreat, going off. (Seinen - neljnien, 
|. 916treten, r.. n. No. I. 2. i cession, 
abdication, resignation ; falling off. Bcr- 
(uon K.) , departing (from etc.); desisting 
(from etc.) ; the acl of resigning one's right ; 
- (Bcr ®üler) , cosion , abandonment. 3. 
i departure, decease, death. 4. alighting, 
slopping, geinen - Dei gincm ntl)nu'n, to 
alight at any one's house. 5. (= -)UM"a$ not 
einet Xljütic.)-, a step; [-min.] shambles, 
stepping-place. 6. necessary, privy, water- 
closet, 7. [JDnlBnifpr.] abature. 

916tritt6nierfmn(())(, n. [SBniSm. 
fitr.] the track or slight mark of a passing 

91brrlIt«pte^igt, /. i. iUbinfl«. 
pre^lgt. 

aibtvorfnen, "- « i. (e-tiun«) -, 

to wipe off. (Den tillf) ic.) - , lo wipe; 
rid) Die ipnnBe -, to dry one's hand«; (Bie 
2Dnfcl)e) -, to air; (feine Ihr.inen) -. to 



3Ii>tro(fnen, > 



ed with ffin) 



3lbf 

■ dry, to dry ; f. 31 1 



.d fall off 

JlbtvoUcn, I' " I used with 



Jibti'ommeln , 



drum off. [SnnBmittljfcl).! (Bie -Sicnen) -, 
to dislodge (by beating with a slick on 
the h,vei. [drumming 

aibtvoiniHctn , " " to fmish 
aibtroinjicten , •>. « i- (61» 

2. to trumpet fori!, , to publish by suuuU 
of trumpet. (trumpeting. 

2lbtrom»>eten , ■• -> t» finish 
2lbtrD:t>fbanf , /■ 'p'- - 6.'.Mt« 

aibtrojjfen ,/ '•■•'■ <used with rnn> 

»2lbtrÖt)fl'ln,) ■» drop off. to trlckle 
down, to drip from. 2. — a'pn JvU-itlliig;; 
llütteiuc), to drain, to drip. 2.1B B.l« iUlt) 
l)(lliaen unB-, let the cloth hang and drain ; 
Bif ^lirtnje - hijfiMi , to let ihe liemuss 
drain; SSntter Df. id)nioli niif Ben 'Snitcn 
Olli Spieg« - UllTen , lo baste meat on Ihe 
• pit. 

^btvop^p^anm , f ow -n) i. 

l-i;.ipiiTinül)I.J dropping board. 2. I'^inpp 
nrbeit.] drainer. 

2ibtroj>ftroa, '« <-ei5. p'- -ttC'.jf 

iSiüjtjiet).] droppiiigboird, 

2lbtrO$en, '■ «■ emem etroa« -, 

to hector or bully any one out of etc. 

aibti'üinmcrn , " " msed witi, 

iVlU) to fall off in fragments, to crumble 



5abtrum;pfcn , ■> » i- [finrti-nip.] 

to trump 2. I ((fulfil) -, to snap up. 

ätbtrÜnnig, "rf/ fKllhless. recreant, 
apostate , disloyal, revolted, rebellious. - 
iliuctiell, to draw off, away, to debaucli. lo 
seduce; - luerBcn , to revolt, lo desert, to 
turn apostate; fill -ft eijmi, renegade, 
renegado ; uBii Ber 9CElti]iBii — lufrDcii , t*. 
•iltif.i lien ; ct Ifl (feinrn !BeriVrfri)iiiigcn 

to- flCroOtBen, he has proveu laiuiless no 
deserter, apostate, [JicUa.J apostate, re- 

Slbtriinntgfcit,/ disloyalty, re- 
volt, defection, desertion, apostasy, [-Jill.] 
apostasy. [diers) from duty. 

'2lbtruv*ien , "■ "■ to dismiss (soi- 
2lbtru»)jjen , <>■ « ("sed with fem) 

2lbtummcln , <>■ <>■ «em i'ferB) -, 

to lire, to fatigue (by overriding), to 
break. Sitt) -, to fatigue one's self by 
bustling. If. Ill 11 d) EU. 

aibtUncben, •• « to white-wash; 

2lbtUJ)fCn, ■'■ « to dry up; f. <UB. 
Blip feu. [copy with Indian ink. 

2lbtuf*en , ■> « i<itxwi) - , m 

aibtuten, -" to call the last lime. 

aburtfteilcnW ■"■• '» 6^*' » "° 
aiburt^eln, iS """ <"■ ""i'^' 

against etc. ; to lake away by a judgment 



3l()ir 



31 






. to decide 
prejudicate. 



2Jburt^cUen, 

iually). Oeaen g-inen 
sainst etc. 2. liebet i 
prejudge (e. ace); \. >ll b f p t cdl e ii tt 

aibücr&tencn , » « i to earn. 

lin by labor, (hinein ©flüil^ — , to get 1 
Tvice from etc. 2. ((S-iiie i0d)nl^j - , 
ork off; (feint SiinCen Butd) S'liuns) - 
c.xpiaie. [etc.; f. .JIbfbtBet 

aibBcrlfltigcn, «' « to »»\ ua 

21b»teren, "■ « i- (ieciin.] (eim 

tcill, amfen It.) -, to square. 2. ± (0 



it. 'HDgeuiett, i cur 
y, able. 3. [-IKilt.] to 

ailbBtfren, "■ <-«/ , 
iUbüicrutig,/ S' 
5Mbüiftren , t. a. \ 

light of etc. by Ihe level. 



StbüDtircn, ". <■• i. to ou 

vote against etc.; f. -ll 6 (I i ni i: 

2lb»>ac6en , "• rtft. «it 



2lbJ»a*fcn , 



abifacfeln, ■>■ « ' t» sii 

2. O 1 ((5-iilcn) — , to cudgel. 10 bi 

aibwatfetn, •'• "• csed w 
SIbwage, /■ '■ [SciBmteF.] 

difference of a depth and a bei 
(-Wert) ] the distance f.oii 

ilbitä^efunft, / 
3ib»»agen , "a- . 

weigh; f. ffinflfU. 2. t I 
ajcrtt -, fie (iiif Bet SSoiBi 
one's words, lo weigh th 



afty, 



fnlor 



iigh by 



proporl 



2lb>t>oaer, >"■ (-*. p'- -> »"e 

aibiüägung,/ weighing; le»e 

2lb»»agung6funfit, / i"e 



21b»oa«en 


r. 


a. 1 




or mill 


fficiently. 2. 1 


(6 


intii) 


- , to 


give a 


und drubbing 










2lb»»aacn, 


I.. 


% (us 


ed wiih 


fein) - 


L-m jp.uire) , to 


loat 


dowi 


, to fa 


1 down 


ringlets. 










Slbitjaljcn 


11. 


n. 1. 


(6-IIPde 


) -, to 


ib off by a ro 


Her 


it 


to rub 


off by 


altJing. 2. to ro 


1 la 


field 






SlbJoahcn 


e. 


,e//. 


Sid) -, 


to tire 


le's self by wal 


ilUg 


. — 11 


.n. (us 


ed with 


II) to retire (go 


offi 


wait 


ing. 




abwaljen 


c. 


a. 1. 




off. 10 


11 down or awa 


y. 2 


td- 


IPiilJ 


t ^(It$ 


'M rid) ii6, he si 


Its 


every 


thing n 


tf from 



32 2lbm 

irouljle ; Mf 3(l)Ul!l I'Dn fid)-, '0 dtar 
one's self of a fault; cr fiidjte Sie 95efd)nl> 
Mgung (i dj ii roni jeii , I'm fitf) nd) nronl= 
jell, lie attempted to exculpate liiiiiselt 
and iliiow the blame on others. 

3l6Hjamfen, -■ <•■ <■ siiiprüaun. 
SIbwanbelbar , <"<>• i®nimm.i 

declinable ; capable of being conjugated. 
^{ituaneeln, »• <•• (Smnim.) to 

iMbloanbeln, "■ »■ (used wuh rein) 
2H)tt»nnb(c)lung , / <?' -en; 

lOJr.illini ] declension; conjugation. 

2tb«janöcrn, " >•■ «used »iti, rem) 

to walk off, to wander away, to go olf. la 

2lbtt)an&cvn, "■"/!. ©id) -, to gei 

rired. 10 fatigue one's self by wandering, 

2ID»t)anfcn, <.•"■ (used with fcin: 



"mbwamfa^, 



iffe« , pi- -fniTff) 



333 .1 f rt) e. e tf Ml , -as n i d) fcf) I'l f fe I. 
i.afrer. 

2tbtöäffcrn, >'■ «■ cmitfm k 

drain. 2. lo water. ((atO(fjifri)C !C.) 
soak . to steep in water. 3. |3li 
.-Billftn) , to build (slope , so I 

2lbwöffcrung , /• '■ drai« 

watering etc.; Oimmerl,] slope to 

mbfvatftbeln , «■ "• <nse 

fein) to uaddle awav . off. 

Jlbweben , "• «■ 'o finish w, 
2l6ttje*fcln, " « i- 1« d.» 

eichaoge. (g-inem etiuiij) -, lo ge 



cline from the right way. 
SlbWarmCn , »■ «• l- to warmjto cause to or 
rough, to warm sufficiently ; ['WetnUuro-lj [OJiilit.] to rel 
heat. 2. [®lf,«l)iut.l to diminish slowly ! fen ©peifeii ic. 



aUbiüarncn, »■"■ (eiin 



(fron 



iStmnw'saBnrtiE - , f. 2JIJI5fc 

.to, to 2litt>c*fetn, 



(aga 



%b\VavUn, ".a. l. (e-lneu, etiBn^Jeto, t< 
-, to wait for etc.. to stay for etc.. to ' X)ien|lf) 

gel)cn iiiib Mrt) Pn-, I will go lo the hotel, [change ; 
and there wait for you; luorteil wir | take pla< 
i6eii ©iiinii, tie lSd)l(id)t ic.i nb , let us come by i 
wait till the etc. is over; id) fiinn si mrtjt-, ii)ed)fe' 
I cannot wait out the issue of it; I cannot each otr 
give my time to it. 2. (gin ßSeft^äft, fcii i intermits 
nem Slmte :c,) -, to look to or after etc., 
to attend to etc.; (einen) -, to wait upon, 
to nurse (c. ace.) ; (einen Ktanfen) - , to 
take care of etc.. tötend; (feinen ®Erd)iiftei 
-, to apply one's self to etc., lo attend to 



nother. 2. 

ely , to h. 



Ü-itb 



icsueeu.glutl)) 
roed)relt 



mhWiXVt§, ad,. Had prep 1. down, 
ward, downwards, [TOnr.J offward. - iei 
5ltlff(5, tinf ÖC11I ©Irottie-, down the river, 
down Ike stream ; - ftttyctn , ('Wni:.] to gt 



;hangeable , variable; alteinal 
late, being or coming by turns 
«ot.] alternate; - (u. J-ieSern) 
ing. inlermittent; - (u. 'ffif Itrr !: 
ible. - adv. by turns, alternate 



nity. - dringen in ic, to ^.aiy, to di- 
ify etc.; Me - (6et 5nl)te4}eiten), vicis- 



offward. 2. aside. - gcfel)tt, turned aside, 


situde ; $ut -, by i- ay of variety, for a change. 


turned away ; - fjnnflen , ileljcn , tobend. 


üldmedjfelnnaäiDeife, ade. alter- 


to lean, to incline. 


nately. 


2H)WartUng, /. l. waiting, staying 


2lIbJt)CöeIn , -■ «. >o nap off. to nap 


for a thing. 2. attending to , minding , 


or fan aw,y, ,(>mnn (SlmM) -, to get by 


lending. 


fawning. 


WibWaSM , /. 1. washing etc. 2, 


2lb»eeg, »>• (-e«, p'. -e) i- i>y-»ay. 


(set of) vessels washed at once. 


by-road, by-path. 2. wrong way. *!lllf -e 


iUttioaffften , ■>■ » - 1. 1« «.^sh. 


aenitljen , to get off the right paih, to take 


to bathe, lo cleanse, to lave; to wash 


bad courses, lo go .istray; ,iuf-e ftil)ren 


away, olTorout, Die JfiniiöB-, fid) Me^nnde 


to misguide or mislead; to seduce fron 


-, to wash one's hands. 2. t (Seine <Sün-. 


truth; -e fud)ell, lo seek shuts, evasions. 


den burd) nme to - , to wash away. 3. 


iMbWCflS,'"'". outof the way. 


10 wear out by washing. 4. (gine (Sd)llld) 


SlbWegig , adj. out of the way • 


-, to pay (orr, by w.ashi„g. 


having by-roads. [out of the way 


2ibiBaf*en, "."■«■ «•*-, ' to 


2lbWCgfOm, adj. and adv. devious 

^hxotbtxi, " «■ (etiun«) -, to blow 


wash one's self. 2. to lire one's self with 


(to get tired by) washing. 


away, to blow down, to blow off. (SlItGrn 


'Jlbwafdjen, (-«7 «»»'^king, b.-ith. 


:c.) -, 10 flap away, off, to fan away. 


•2(t)i»afcbung,/< i»ei «ashing 


2lbwe6en , -• '■• '• - "o" "f- . '» 


away or off; (IrdjU-] lolio.i. [%\ymv. und 


blow from etc.; - (bum »ffiinde) , to come 


Siniro.l ablution. 


from etc. 2. imp. (JiS hill ndoeiuehi, 


2lt.waf(bbecttn, « (M-^wash- 


[OKiir.l the storm has blown over. 



3lbw 
2(bweftr, / i 



-Jldiuefjriuittcl, n. preventive, pre- 
■vaiivie. 

2H>We6rCn, •>. a. l. to keep «tf; to 
hold off. iSd)läi]e - , to feud off blows ; 
einen Stt^^) -, lo ward off. to parry; 
die 'Jliefien) -, lo flap away, off, to keep 
ff. 2. f a) igiii lliiflli'trf , Ein lltdel) -, to 
turn away, to avert, to prevent, b) (gineitl 
gtlüflß) -, to command 10 forbear or not 
10 do. to forbid. (5c lägt fid) \ni)t -, lie is 
not to be kept from it ; it. he won't be 
rebuffed; he »on't take a hint 

2lbJt)e6rung§mitt»rI, »■ (-«, p'- 

-. I. 9Un.El,rmittEl. 

SlbttJctc^en, ■•. a. i. i&troni!) -. to 

loosen, to detach by soaking, mollifying, 
2. to soften (properly), to macerate, to 
soak , to drench (sufficiently). (:Sie 'Seile, 
$nnte) - , [©erd,] to soak. — o. n. (used 
with fein) to become soft and fall off. 

2Ibtt)etcöcn , " » «• (""<i «iH' 

fElin I. to deviate; to decline; to turn 
from, aside, away, off; - (U. dec "iWiiiflnets 

lioni tEd)ten SSJeoe - , to wander from the 
right nay, to stray; -, HB.lr.J to fall off or 
to leeward. 2. 1 to deviate, to diverge; to 

to follow; nun EiiiEtn ®foeii|liiiide , einer 
änd)C -, 10 swerve, to go liom one's sub- 
ject ; I'Dii EiuEö •llMdErii ■■JHEinunfl-, to 
differ from any one in opinion ; - (in einet 
3{Ede), to digress; (bDit dEi'5Biil)rl)eit, eiuct 
9ic0fl tc*> ~ / (o depart (from etc.) ; et 
iijeidx feinen ginflet dnir ii d, he will not 
abate an inch of it ; I'on Einiinder - , to 
vary, lo differ; imr roeidjeii (jtiDdltifl Ubii 
einander (id, we differ widely; uon Sinem 
- , to quit one's party. 3. (= >Jl6laufen; - 
(Ü. der 3^11), to pass, to elapse. 3tn aO» 
aeroidjeuen ^nljre, last year. 

SlbWet^en, "• l- (-O diarrhea. 2 
f. s!ldroeid)unfl. 3. (')3?(it.l falling off, 
sagging. 

StblVet^end , adj. \. declining. 
Oiidjt-, undeviating. 2. varying, different; 
anomalous, asymelrical; irregular^ abuor- 
mal. >J?ld)t-, regular. (lion etc. 

JtbWCicbUng,./- softening, macera- 

2lbttJCtCbUnfl, / I devatioui- 
(der Si(t)tflcat)len) , («pijDf.J detleciion . m 
flection;- (der *)»Hflneinndrli, laiiaiion, 
declination; - (det ai.ilec), [.Opilfi aberr.i- 
liou; -(cine«-55ianct(n), [*3incon.l anomaly ; 

2. t digression; die - HUn ifc 'Jiiijil, de- 
vialion from the rule, anomaly. 

lUdiueid) nnoifompoB , in. decliua- 
tor, azimuth-compass. 

41dn)eid)iinfl«ftndet, m. j 

•Jlbiveid)nna6niefrtc, .... ( 

adii)eid)iin()«ieiOE>^. '"■ L 

•Udiuei^MiioSu'erfjeua, " 1 



3lbtt)eibcn, 

- u'l'iu 8ifl)) , to 
|-3aiMiilVt.l 10 b 
U'. einem ^irteiO , 

SlBitfcifen, ■ 



f.5lb 



-, to get (Obtain, from etc.) by weeping. 
■2. (Siiill^eii ic.) -, to eipiale by tears. 

Slbtveinen, ••■ •eß- ®«b -, i» "^ 

one's eyes out. to weary one's self by weep- 



3lbtt>eifcn, 



repu 



(d-tuxiS)-, to reject, to refuse ; 
-, to repulse, to drive off. to I 
back, to repel; (&incn) - , tc 
(any one) without accepting 
without complying 



end back 
)en geiut) 



reqii 



turn off; O-incn futj ic -, lo send on 
about his business; et Infit (iil) mil)' -, !• 
won't be rebuffed; nSgeiuttfen inefDj:! 
to meet willi a rebuff ; (<!Bed)feli -, li^aii 
^l'l] lo protest, to dishonor. 1. [Jii'djt^rpr. 
ai (@ineti iu;r reiiiein (Stei'iKbe, feiner S.\ait 
-, UOt ®eri(t)t -, to nonsuit; b) to disuiis 

2J6»t»etfeiitein, "< i '■-'' , p' -' 
2ii>»eifcftorf , 5(-t«, w-iiitfe) 

2(I»tt»etfung, /• '• Sie -, "<>" "n* 

^^6)ueifen, turning away, off. putting ul}', 
repellinj. .ejecting etc. ; refusal; Die - (th 
nee iBJetDleU), [^(l.l^el| dishonoring, non- 
acceptance. 2. [9{e<I)t.-rpr.] nonsuit. 

Sluroeifiinoäbeiiftcie, m. rebulf 6-1. 
ncn - ctljolten, lo be nonsuited. 

2IBtt>ftgCn, r a. (aB-.MDf M -, to 

»aitttftte , / IP' -1» -iistance. 
^bWelten, " «■ to wither, to cause 
tn fade and become dry. 

21bwelEen, '■ » i ("*ed with fet.,) 

10 witlier. 10 fade, to wither (and fall) off- 
■i. t to witlier. lotHde. 41 iifl e ro elf t, faded, 
»itiiered. 

2lBWfn&bar , «'Ij- <l">t may be 
prevented, warded, or warded oil, prevent- 
able. 

SlBtrenMiorteit, / possibimy of 

being warded off or prevenled eir 

StbtttfttÖen, reg , ir V. a. 1. (gl. 

(Pinen Stpg, ©trcid), Sdjlno- Sfi''*» -, to 
W'..rd. to ward off, to parry ; tlii' ^lIQi'll 
ÜDU IC. — , to avert the eyes Iroui etc. 2. J 
to turn off. tc alienate ; to keep off. lo 
avert , to pievent (&in llinll"l(f i - , to 
»vert ; tai (Seralltb uon it. - , to turn or 
dieett one's mind from etc.; Die ©eDnilfen 
Bcn «t. - , 10 turn off the thoughts from 
etc.; gitien uon feinem SBurljuben - , to 
divert or dissuade a man from iiis purpose ; 
iai rocHe ®i-tt - ! Cod forbid ! 

Slliwenfcett, " >■<•/? ©1* -, i. t„ 

avert , to turn away from etc. 2. t älrt) 



eine 



o turn off, to enlic 
estrange , lo get c 

fetiiem SBortjnIJen 



2l6J»Cn6Ung, f- l. turning »«ay. 

otf. Die - einfc Stoße«, [iJetbif.J parade, 
ward. 2. 1 diverting, alienation, awllh- 

ur affections). 

JIbivcrfen, "■■ >■- ■<■ i- (e-tm.isi -, 

10 cast off. to throw off. down, to fling off, 
10 knock oil. down. (3(11 3ifll(r) -, (I'Olll 
<J.H'.ri>e) , to throw, f. 9Ibfe^cn; em 
I'itri, fnS Die ^.ilfter nDiuirfi, a lio.se 
tli.,1 nnhallers himself; (Die ikfii cillcä 
l^.Hiiiies) -, to cut off; Diiä Seiueil) - 
[iJjaiDnilVr.J to shed the horns; (Die »nut) 

break or pull down ; JiinijL' - , 10 whelp 
(Die ed)l.i(f>in -, (-»fctnriiir.j.l lo lliroii 
off. 2. 1 Dil«3od)-, to shake off the yoke 
3. e-ineii (im aBurf=, Keijcl. , 2Giivf>ifpiele: 
- , to surpass any one in throwing . l< 
ilirow more Ihan another. 4. t (= Cllltrii 
,)en, emtrinorn d. einer Stelle je.) to biin; 
,n, to yield. 5. 1 Sirf) mit (5-ineiii-, to tal 

SIbUHTfen, "■■ ■■• « '- - unn lljie 

ten), to finish wlielping. 2. [555.1li'nir|)t.] - 

(u. ijirf(l)eii) , to slied ihe horns. 3. - (in 
ivegelfpii'le ic), to throw last. 

2lbWerfunfl, / casting or thro« 
iiig off etc. 

SIbiül'ffn, "■ (-«) f. 51 1' a. e fe n 1} e 1 1 

21bwcfenB, '"tj- i. absem. e-iner, 

i-ct uon feinem E.iierl,mDe , 'Seriijtljiiine 
•Unite - ifl, an absenlee. 2. 1 (QeilTeSO - 
absent, lost in thought. 

2H>»t)efcn6fit,/ l- absence. +ab 

mind. 

>lll.n.e|-enl)eitc-iu-rminit., „..[•)Uä)ii: 
ipt.l curator of an absenlee. 

2l6»pettcn, »- <> temem a-tiu,i«) -, 

10 gel (fiom etc.i by belting; to gain by 

2lbwettern , "■ »- Oimmen.] tc 

SlbWCttertl, •> «■ "> "-tse lh„n,ler 

Slbwel^en, " «- i- to whet off, to 

take off by whetting , to rub off, to blunt. 
Iiiii i)u>i1 I'lMi einer filiuflc - , to rub oil 
the rusl of a blade 2. ORrJTct :e.i - , tu 
whet, lo sliarpen; f. «Sieben- 3. cffien i 

-, to wear oiil by sweeping. 

3lbwi(tfien, »■ <• i. to polish wuh 

wax iSTieiel :c.l - , to polish with black 
iug. 2. i i (e-illen) -, to cane, to cudgel. 

3lbWideln . <■ « 'o nnroll , to un 
wind, to wind off, («ID.llDmfpr.] to unwind 

SlblViCgen, •> .■ l" ^ISrooijen 

2lb)t>hmni'rn, » <■ ((fiiiem (jniHif 



3lb)rtin^eli 



(Den -Wiijl) 






aibWenSifl, •"{) »verse, a 
D'iir<chEngl. 'WSrferbuch U 



aled. 



2lb>t>tii6e /■ (p' 



yilMP 33 

l.visl. 2. (Strth It.) - , to let down bj 
of a windlass. 

Slbirintfr , >" <-!?, )>' -> } one 
SJbtrinbfrinn,.' <p' 1114 «ho 

2lbuiinfrn , '•• "- <&mem) -, to 

IV.1IM (any one) finm eic. by a nod (beck). 

2lb>rinfcln, '■■ "• (Smem e-riB.iS)-, 

10 gel (douielc.) I.y whining, lamenting. 

2lbwinfeln, <•. rcji. gi,t) -, to i.ar- 
Jlbwirbeln , 1 ■ «- i- 10 Mke off 

2. (5-in giiufdii'ii 1,1111" ^^r Ivi'iniiul) -, lo 
D. I). S?erd)i' u.) ii'irtelr ihr ©niifdien nb, 

"miwirttn, ••■ «■ 1 <o work o«. 

(Sen ■el.li -, 10 knead well. 2 [iu.tm.J 
10 finish woiking o,- weaving, [ S,ll,l,n(t.] 
to finish the boiling. 3. to draw off ilhe 
skin) ; [■ai.llMnj-ut.i lo skin, lo flay, (©in 
iljift ic.)-. (uD. einem Xbietc) Die ipilut -, 
to sirip the skin (from a beasi), to .strip 



Slbwifcftcn, "• n 1 

-, to wipe off, to wipe a 
■ub. lo cleanse. Den gtn 
d)e !c. - , to dust a tab 



(Den ©tiinDze.J 



; (ft*) 
2 1 &I1 



Die ll)t,inen-, \. -JUt 

SdJ.lllDflett roicDer -, to wipe away a slain 

or repioach (one's self by wiping. 

2lbWifd»Cn, ■>■ reft, aid; -, to clean 

21btt)tfd)fn , "- «■ (used with fein) 

SJbJütfdjer , "' <-« , p' -> '■ » 



aibwtfc&lunnjen , 
2lbwittern, •■ " 



Slbwittevn , 



2lbtri$en, i •>. u. le-nuiu -, 

2lb)Dt^il^en,j teach wil.lodispal. 
SlbU'ÖIfCn, «■"■ " S"'"'' whelpin 

SlbJPoUen , - » [aceieoetD.i 

.Ue oil the wool. (G-in SeU) -, to si. 



2lb»»ürbiflCM, 



mn 



aibwiirbtgunfl, / ' » o 

town, .eduction 2. degradatic:) etc. , 

rperüiMoüt Difluiia. 
3)fbtüux'f, "■ '■-'^ ■ P'- -ifiicio 

lirowing off, down; [ SB.litmfpt. ] 
-bedding of horns. 2. [ÜBlirfeli miD Ki) 
plelj the last thiow. 3. wlial is ihio 
iown or away ; offal. 4- i the pi odd 
proceeds ; f. etltllfl- 
3 



34 



mm 



3lbWÜVfeln, ..a. l. (einem fein 

another; f. ?lbroerfen. 3. f. 91 b I'ier eii. 

aibWitrfig , «rf/ - <i>- einem sterbe 
1C-) , inclined to Kick and tliroH' Ills rider. 

2lb»t>Ürgen, >'■ « l- to strangle, to 
clioke. i. i to but. her. to kill, 

aibWÜrgUng , /• '■ strangling . 
strangulaEion. choking. 1. i killing etc. 

2(btt>urieln, "■ «. i- 1" '"»sen the 

roots (fro,n the soil). ,Ȁnme) -, to 

SlbWurjCn, «■ «• •• to sea»on. to 
spice Mifficiently. 1. i ^ ((S-inen) - , to 
snub. ID re|,r.n.and. to huff. 

aibWUrJUng,/ .seasoning etc. 

aibiUÜtPen , " "■ l» ccne raging ', 
f. 31 n Ml. lit I) en. 

aibiBÜtÖCn, " '-eß- eilt -, to tire 
one'« self hy raging. 

2lbl)fftniCn, "■ '-*> Abyssinia. 

2lbhfnntCV, '" l-f . P'. ->( Abys- 

aibDfnnif* , ■"iJ- ) ^''»'^">- 

'^b^ad)evn, "■"•'■ '» p'"» »f- 'i- 

einem Q-tmai ~ , to trick any one out of. 
to get from etc. by tricks. 

mbidffUn , ■•■ "• 1- '» ^o"-' <»'". 

oft), to number, to lell, to reckon. '2. i Jd) 
fiinn mir ^n« nn i>en Sinoern - , 1 can 
easily guess it. 1 can readily conceive this 
by my senses. [telling etc. 

2lbjä6lUng,/ counting (om, oir,. 

2lbjaftlen, v. «. l. to pay. to pay 
otr. 10 discharge, to liquidate. ((S-ilie 3{fi1) 
niino) -, to discharge, (eine äd)lll^) -, to 
clear; etiD(i6 ,in einer ©djiilEi - , to pay 
etc. on account. 1. (Tillen) — , to pay. to 
satisfy. 3. t J (emell) -, to .eprim;.,.d 

2lbjaljtung , /• p'>iug, paying o« 



2lb^aftnen , 



Slbjaftnung, (■ -heddlng of (mllk- 
Otbjanfcn, ■•- «. '• (Sinem LS-nuof, 

(etnell) -, to scold, to reprimand sharply 
roughly; f. 2lu6)nnfen. 

Slbjanfen, "• -■■■y'- ®i*-- '» '"< 
Slbjn^fcn, «. «• '• ('Sjem lo -, tt 

draw. 10 diuw olf. to tap «lilt at. 2Bil|Kl 
-, to draw blood or water; einen ieid) - 
to drain, to draiv a pond; einen ©rnbcnii: 
-, to drain a ditch ere; einen <iB.;fTerfiitl) 
tijen -, einem 10iimTriirt)tiijiii B,is -isinfTei 

-, lu cheat inipndciiily. 

aibjatifer, ■". <-= . c'. -> i- on, 

liquor, a inpsler. 2. \.^\)\t-\ catheter. 

2lb ja^fung, /■ '• ilrawing. drawing 
oir, lapping ; draining. 2. ((Tllir.] tapp 
paracentesis, paraceiitesy. 

about. 10 llounder. 2. e to die. o to 
the bucket. [wllli sprawling 

^Hb^appdn , " re/!. Sirt) , to 

2U\5afCX-n, ■•■.•■ to free from tib 



3lbj 

4lbf,i|etn. 

2lbjafcrn , "• <eß- Sttf) - . '« p"' 
2Ib jaubcrn , »• «• (&nw» ©tran«) 



Slbjauittcn, ■• " to take t 

bridle, to unbridle. 

2lbjäumung ,/. unbridling. 
2lbjdunen , "■ «■ to fence i 

enclose; to hedge or fence olf. 

2lbjaufen , ■>. "• i- <em.'n«) 



9(bj 






pull about 



about, t( 
tire with pulling about. 

2(bjec^en, •■■ "• r. ^Ju-mnten. 
2lbi(el)(c)ntcn, "■ <■■ i. (Cs-mSeic 

-, to gather wr levy, the tithes on etc. 2, 
Drn $tomr:c.)-, to p 



21b jfftren , 



the tith 



spend, to weaken by degrees, 
eine -&e firnnfljeii , atrophy , 



(liiMmie. jel)t 



Mb^elfven, •>■ «yi. sidj -, to 

SlbjebrCn, l>-«- lo grow emacia 
to pine away, lo fall off, to lose llesh 

2ibjebren, "■ (-«^ i. emadai 
21bjcftrung , /■ 5 ''^''"'« """y- ^■ 

consu,npl,on; f. jl n f j e liv u n fl. 

21Ibjetcf)en, «■ (-«. p'- ~> "'»ri' " 

sign of distinction; mark (on the body, 
mole. 

2Jbseicfenen, »■ "• >■ '<> "'»rk, t 

design, to sketch. (Sine Jfll'infl. Stdbt)- 
10 take or draw the plan of etc. ; m: 
KreiDe-, to chalk. — v.refl. Sid) - nine 

2i[bjett^nung , /• i- uiarking ou 

fireiCe, chalking. 3. delineation, drawing 
draught, design, sketch. - enter ffeiliiiioic 

ib,^crren , v. ,.. .emem etiu.w) - 

2lbjCttCltl', I'«- [533eber.l to unwar, 
2lbjtCben, ii- »•"■ I. to draw awaj 

to strip olf the skin of an animal, to strip 
the skin from a beast , to strip a bea 
its skin, to nay etc.. to skin etc.; 
Drt)|"en le. -, to flay an ox etc.; Die ® 
uoii einer ^nrfe !C. - , to unstring a harp 
etc. ; einen 9Jina udiu ginfler -, to take < 
ring olf one's finger ; COKiin belli) - , t( 
blanch, : Die OXacfe -, to put olF a mask 
to unmask; einem Die Waite -, ((ien)i)l)iil 
tjto strip eic. of the mask, lo unmasketc 
eine j?nDfer|)lntte le. - , to draw off an iui 
pressiuu; einen aäi'fleii -, [il)p.J to work 
olf a sheet, to take ofTaproof; Dn« aBnJTer 



lum einem Siimufe k. -, to drain a bog or 
marsh etc.; (Zeid)C) -, to drain ; ijon Dell ijieien 
-, to draw off from the lees, to rack, rack 
off; (ffiein, gjJofl IC.) -, a) to draw off, to 
rack; b) to bottle; (Srniiiitiucin , .finiiirer) 
-, to distil; (aSeinjfiO) -, to reciify; u bs 

a) einem Siinbeii -, to make a tradesman 
lose his custom, to entice any one's custo- 
mers away, to balk a shop; Die ipiini' t'l'U 
einem - , to withdraw one's hand . one's 

a man from etc., to turn one off from etc.; 
fein (yeiiiiitl) ihmi ic. - , to turn or divert 
one's mind from etc.; fid) UOII Der <IDelrK 
-, 10 withdraw from the world etc. 3. leti 
mat lion einer läunime) -, to deduct, to 
subtract; (»Uritl).] to subtract. - uon It., 
10 subtract, to deduct, to defalcate from 
etc. ; einem lu'ii feinem Culjne -, to lessen 

^preife) -, to deduct, to abate, « to rebaie. 
4. i [Siigif] (3n SeDniifen) -, to abstract. 
Slbjcjogene aSeflvilfe, abstract ideas. 5. 
[iedjn.] IZmi-, "TOet.ifl.ub.] to s.uooth, 
to straighten and polish; (Seile)-, [bei 
Siirfdjneml lo pare; Die Jiirbe -, [gurb.J 
to boll the color out of a dyed stuff; ((J)e> 
roid)ie) -, lo adjust, to size; (b,iä SeDen -, 
[Sri)Ui)m.l to rub with pumice-stone; -, 
[bei SBinjeni) lo provine; Die ®iip|!e nut 
einem 61 - . (fipdlf.) to dress the soup 
with the yolk of an egg; (Sd)erme(ftr) 



et, I 



itrap , 



ving off ei 
distillatii 



2lbjtcöcn, ■ 

[«Ullnl.] abduction; deduct! 
[Slritl).] subtraction; (Gl)eii 
[SoflifJ abstraction. 

2Ibjtcftcn , "• <eß. istd) - , I. to 

fatigue or tire one's self by drawing or 
pulling. 2. Ul)p.j to lose color. 3. |". ,3l|. 
nicfjieljeii. 

2lbjteftCn, •>■ ••■ (used with fein) 1. 
to retire, 10 march off. to withdraw, to go 
off. SSi'ii Der W<\ä)t - , to come off guard. 
10 be relieved; Ijeimliit) -, to slink away, 
to steal or sneak off, away. 2. i J ^J)tlt 
Sd)iiiip( iinD ®d)(iiiDe - , to get off with 

having obtained any thing; mit einer hill: 
gen ^dfe — , to be disappointed in one's 
design. 3. - (V. Dienftbi'ten) , to go olf, to 
leave service (one's place). 4. f. «Eefl» 
äiel)en. 

9lbjicl)blnfe,^. alembic, still. 

>!1 b j 1 e I) b I) c n, »1. [tijp.J tympan-sheet. 

'31bjiel)büt|-le,/. [ti)p.] letter-brush. 

!Ubjiel)eifen, n. 1. [QJcrb.] scraper. 2. 
[2iinDroirtt)|'d).] hatchel, flax-comb. 

31 b 1 i e I) f e 1 1 e, / [ Drnljljiel). ] smooihlng- 
lile. stretching file. 

^Hbjiel)fln|d)e,/ [ei)em.] cucurbit. 

Slbji einlebet, ii. raior-sirap, strap. 

«Ubäieljuiniätcl, »i. [Olnnt.) abductor. 

91bjiel)pflii(i, in. [l\uiDn)iril)Hl).]dr«in- 

'Jlbjieljileiii, in. [»TRejTerfdjmicl^.] hone. 
9lb jidjuermtigen , n. power ol ali- 

3lbjiel)jnl)l, /- [älrilljm.] subtrahend. 



2lbjtcl)er "•■(-« p'-> i. o..e »1,0 

d.aw» oif etc. 'l. [aiint.J abductor. 

2lb3ld)Ung, /. 1. drawing „ir etc; 

de.luctioii ere. ; |. >3I [• jn I) c II. '2. [eogltl 

^UbjieljiiiiaSuetniSfleii, n. power ol 
abstraction, abstractive faculty. 

2l6jiClCtl, "• n. and ,.. ,. &nm6 -. 
Hi .Ulf (JltOilc - , to aim at etc.. to lend 
te etc.. to have etc. in view, to be aimed 



2lbjimmcrn , 






2H>SirEcln, "■ ■■■ l- to .neasure with 
oinpasses. 2. 1 a^ to define precisely, b) 
ieine ^panMiuigcii - , lo act with great 
ircumspection; f. -!l il f jitfelll. 

JlbjivtclUng, J- measuring witli 

OlIip.Tss.S. 

2lt)ji$cn, r. „. f. ab füll gen. 

21bjU*t , J- 'pl- -jü(f)tei 1. (Sine - 
I'Cll Xljicrril), breed, race ; f. 3 ii ft, t. 2. 



['TOttnllnri).] conduit, channel. 

aibjug, m.i-c(,pi.-iü3C) 



[9Cfd)i6ipr.J f. aifjiigärfrijr, it. 
aclD. 3iim-e blnfcn, [>Htilit.] 
the retreat; ten - nel)lllfll, to 



olT. de 
a place 



deducting, deduction. >«,ld) - tier ÄL'lleu 
llnfoflcn, charges deducted. 3. (^n« 4lb,jc 
jOgeue) deduction , defalcation, reduction 



(= lUbgnng, 9U'fn$) vent, sale. 5. [5eii)ii.l 
[«IKftnnimj.) scum, slag; [ii,p.] proof- 
sheet. 6. -((iniJeUEraniietjren), the trigger. 



utiet 



9J,ni 



issue; (bii« SB.iffcr) l)nt teilten - , l.a 
outlet. 8. f. 91biiid)t. No. 2. 9. layei 
a vine). 

SlbjiigäbDgen, m. [iijp.] proof. si 

Qlbjiig^fUgge , J. m<\r.] f. 
fnf)tt«flngge. [ 

91bjUfläireil)eii, /. right of em 

^ b J tl g ^ g el b, n. duty paid by einigr; 
money paid to quit a place. 

316iug«grnben,in. drain, watrrcoi 

SIbJiigSf iipfet , n. copper obt.i 
by melting the slags, procured from s 

Sibjiigjprebigt, n. f. 9lbfrt,i 
prcbigt. 

91 b j 1! g * r e d) t, n. duty paid by einigi a 
it. right of emigration. 

91bjug6id)mnii«, m. f. ']lbf,Di 
fiimciui. 

«Ubjug6fd)iinlle, /. [Uliriii.] di 



vs. 2. t e-.:icni ©tiuaa 



35 



ncl. oir, to 

, 10 extort from etc., to squee; 

OlbjU'eden, •■ " «"d '■■■ >•■ c 

elc. 10 have in view; (. Ülbjieli 

2ibja'crfEn, " " to uupeg. 
2lbj>t«tfcn, "■ «■ f abjro.id 
ilbjiuingen, "•• "• «■ i. lo < 

, force . 10 extort, giiieilt QtmCii 



Slbjwingung,./: ewonion. 

SJbjUMrnen, "•" to «mdolf thread 

2lbjM?itfc^ern, ". «■ i» sing in ; 

2lcaCte,/.( (P'- -W 1«0I.] acacia 
Slfajte, i X)te biiMimitrioe -, wih 

marinJ , Die breitbliüietjge -, while wi-1. 

marind. - 11 b u u 111 , m. [»ot.] locust 

ütcaiemie.u- (?(• -m i. academy 

aita&einiC,^ ■i- university, college 

JlcaBemifcrw '»• <-*- p' -> ' 

ältaÖCmifCr,^ academician, aca 



3. [gi-ied). $l)ilof-l academic. 

2lcaSCmtfd& , l "dj. academlal. 

2lfaJlCmtf^,Memic, academl 
©lll-ci-«rirgcr, an academian - , 
academically. 

'ilcaCeUliftW >«. i-eu, p(. -en. 

2lcaiounu^ W.'- ''''• -"'ifi'>'^ ■'•■>'' 
2lcca^am-cn , " « (jpnnb.i 

2tCCent, '«■ i-t«, pi- -ej accem 

SIcccntuation , /• accentu.uio 
SIccfutuiren, ■• "■ to accem 

2lCCe»>t, '" i-es, pl. -c) [$,in 
acceptance, acceptation. 

-il c c c p t g e fd) li f t f , n. pt. acceptan 
- iu.ld)eil, to effecl acceptances. 

3lcce*>tant, »■■ c-en, pi. - 

acceptation, (S- Upnubel] ac 
2lCCf»jtirttng,i tance, piolect 

I acccpiation^bud), n. [§niibel] 1 
■payable book. (bis 



alec 



91bjug6|-tfiiic, m. pl. sin 
91tiliig*i.il)l, /. (älntl).] 
linueiid, number for subtract 
9lbjiig«jeit , /. lime wh. 



<iib}ug«jt'ii, m. 1. aibjiifl 
21bjuj>fen, •>. «. to piud 

^luck from, to pull off 

SlbjttiadErn, •■ « i (&i 



aiccejjtircn, ■>■ «. i. <Stm,u -, 

approve of etc., to consent to etc. 
[ipall^cll ("HJedjfclj -, to accept, to lion 

2lCCeß,»-- (-'«'i> 1- access, ad«, 
lance; f. 3iitritt. 2. [TOeb.] accessii 
itrahend. I fii , f. ^ 11 IV B bl 11 11 g. 

j JUcCCffift, 111- (-cn, pl. -eiuas 

ilbDien),! JlcCCfftt, "■ <-i, pl- -e) seco 

lelb. I aiCCCffOrifc^, »rf/. accessory. 
ofl,. t„ aiCCefforium, «■ f- »eimefe 

Siil-ehör. 
\i> -, to I 2lcciCenj, " ^V'. -ini. perqulsl 



•lU.ifeiijnrbeit, /. [tw.] perqui- 
sites, accidental or casual work. 

2ICCiöbar, <"<; excisable, liable <ir 
s..l.jecl to ejcise. -tcir, /. liability to 
pay excise duty. 

2ICCtfe,/. excise. - la-n Ä.iffee tc., 

- legen niif ic. , to levy an excise on etc., 
to excise; i>oii oielen SIrtifein luirr tit -in 
ijubciteii ettjDbcii, many articles arc ex- 
cised at tlie manufactories. 

'31 cc tall u be, /.^ ""'*'" •*"■ 



le law of excise. (b 

91cci6i>erfd)liie, m. llntet -, n 

2lcclimatifirung, /• accii. 

aiCClimatifirt, <■*. acd.male 
aiCCOlaCO, / 1. [iDP.J brace 



^tccoUtren , ■•• <■ 'o ac 
Slccommooiren, "■ « 

2lccojnt)agnentent, ' 



lOTii> 



2lccoin*iagnircn, ". » [^nf.i to 
2lccojnt)agntft, "■. '-tn, pi. -em 

CWuf.] accompanist. 

SICCOrB, '"■ i-'i, pl. -ei I. l«uf.] 
:ord. 2. convention, indenture, corn- 
it. agreement, setllemeni. g-incii - tuns 

djcil, treffen, to make an agreement; nuf 
, iui -, by (the) job; (luf - unretneljmen, 

2(ccoviiren, ■>• "■ i. [-Muf.i toac 

,rd. 2. i to be corieut, to be right. 3. 
= Uatcvljanbelii) to compound, to com 
romise. 4. (= aSeraccorbiren,) , to agree 

I compare accounts. 

2lcccrfctren, "■ "• i- to accord 

I" •-"" ' 'o elc. to grant. 

'Jlcccuc^cmcnt, "• (-«,»-'■ -«) i 

!livery. chilcloirlh. childbed; f. glirbitl. 
ting. 2. midwifery, obstetrics, the ob- 
elric art; |. gll t b Ml Ml U.J 6 f 11 11 11. 

2lCC0U(^eUr, m. i-i, pt. -o mau 
Idwife. obstetrician. 

2lCCDU^irCn, f- <■• and «. to de- 
fer; to do the office of a man-widwife, 
giitbiuben [inentNr. 2. 

«Iccbudjii-fuiiil, /. f. Slccbudie. 

älcci'iid) ir jniige, /. obstetric pinch- 

SJCCrC titircn , ■• "■ to accredit; 

[$AllbelJ to open a credit wiili any one. 

2ICCrC5itiü, " l-*, pi -c letter 

2ICCUrat, "*■ accurate, exaci. - 

SlcCUrOteffe , /■ accuracy. accB 

3 '•' 



aicf) 



2iCCufati»,".(-f P'- -e) laramni.J I 

lusalivc lue. accutalivo, objective 



(1) ID I ft« i'tl 

agaiu Miili you; 
loöten 



[ O I Hlal ! 



•:i(l)felt)lul(lliet, /. (•illlot ] aiil 
•il(t)fcl6ttife,/. Die -n, [itiint.] i 
lary gland«. 



. (1«(H"1 



to God, 10 Heaven we 
led in eic; -! id) älttuct, poor 1 or i 
! K>t\ä)' till uiifliiirfiulKr 1ii(), »la» 



yes 



iideed! 



•ild) un6 aSJc^ fd)r«ien, to ciy »loud. 

2ltftat, >n. (-*, p(- -" OJim«! 
agate 3llin " flel)Otlfl , UOII -, «gatine. 

>il (t) .1 1 n 1 1 1 , <"('• '■''= "B""^- "in'iif «i- 
agnty. 

aid)(itblriiie),/. lÄi-iiil)il.) agatine. 

äl d) 1 1' 11 1 r c I , / porphyry .shell. 

■Jld)« iljorii, II- Sil« iKiiiOffreififle -, 
ii!ülld)ll.j agatine. 

>Ud)(Hmuid)el, /. an «gatiied shell. 

'Jldliitonoi:, ">• agaie-onyi. 

31 dm I (lein, >«. f- ajd)nt. 

«d)(ltlnte,/. agate-slamper. 

2lrf)el, /•<?'•-« I. >«ae,<St(inne. 
"'"dlC" . '• "■ I» groan, to sigh. 

sUc^iUcnfrout, «• (-'«) [»"■■) 

leiirluii-acliilles, achjilia tendo. 

2l*irU, '"■ (-«) [«'i"l "«^hiri 

JItcferomatif*, «•'.'• lOfif) " 

äldjrCnifd), <"t'- acronlc, acr 

«xle. axle tree. 2. äluf (fr-, jilt- 
-, by land, by land-carnage; auf i 
I'criiiljteii , to convey by land. 3. m 
'fficd)., äJllt., Opt.] axis. 

•JldifciiDled), n. clout. 

■Ud)feiibiid)fe,/. box. 

'Jldjfeueifeii, >i. f. *!ld)i"ciU'Ud). 

41 d) fe 11 f Ü u 11 Ö - /• [ain.U.] troche 

•lid) fen flitter, ". axle-bed. 

•ildifenoelD, n. »Iieelage. 

>!ld)feiinnflel, m. axle-pin, lincl, 

.Hd)fennciouna, / [•JltlcBii.] 






!!l d) I 



aid)feil|d)iiiiere, /. f. SBJofleii 
|d)niiere. 

'3ld)feiifd)nnil)c,/. axle-nut. 

•Jld)feil fl u^, m. axle-washer, hurler 

>2Icftfer, /• <P' -11) I. .houlder. Su 
-n iudeti , 10 shrug (the shoulders). '2. j 
((SlIBil«) iiuf t\e lcld)lc - llBljnitll, to laKi 

a trifle, to be easy aLoul etc.; id) Ufljni 



one, to sliglit or cut one; nuf lieiOtl 
crii(jni, i>f. äüiiüer iniarii, I'vuc lo s 



Idifelfled, m.^ 
I d) f e 1 fl Ü If , n. j" 






„.,, - .. J. 4 "■ mmt). fvictie] aoiice. 

•Jl d) I « 1 1 H d) , ) 

-Jld)fel(nud)en, in. i. iad)fel bei». 

a d) f e I II 1) I , /. a seam upon tlie shoul- 
der-piece of a gown elc. Inerve. 

SldjfelnerDe, «n. ( 'llnnt. ] axillary 

«d)felton(c,/. taSot.] axillary tendiil. 

iad)felröl)re,>: f. >ild)feUici ii. 

»ad)felpuU(iOcr, ( f. [Munt.] axil- 

iäld)felfd)lHflnDet,i lary arteiy. 

>J1 d) f e I f (t) II 11 r , /. shoulder-strap. H d): 
felfd)ntive, slioulder-poiuts. 

iad)fei|eil, n i- Iriiflie) bn ii C. 

•Jld)fel|lfilitlfl, adj. (*0I.] axillar. 

aid)feliltctl(en), m. f. >ü d)|elflerf. 
4ld)fei(r(ioet, m. 1. f. £ii(lttnflet 

ad)fcltrnflercl,y; time-serving, am 
bideitiousues«. (let 

>JI d) f e 1 I r D D ti e I ,.f . shoulder-knoi, epau 
aid)reitiid), >i- f. >Jld)ielfui6. 
■Mdlfeljurfcn, n. shrugging, a shrug 
iUd)feljuder, m. 1. one who shrugi 
his shoulders, i. [■äd)riitoiep. 

21d)fcln, ■ "• >" -f 



^2Ic^6tinic, J- 



äl*6t>un«. 



lees laxles 
e with axil 
I9)i.ltl,. K 



i(.-e;10J(nti).] 
ixis; lil|'iri>ii-J 

3l*t, «4;. eight. C.e-e, .he e.glit; 
f6 fd)l(10' -, 'li= '!''>''> slriiies eighl; - 
OXauii l)ud), l>)Kilit.J eight men in depth, 
eight deep; ein vplii? niii - äJo|lii)neu, fibe. 
feillflUllflöf. I octagon ;jiliu'üd) ten, eighth- 
ly; - idfle, eight days, a senuight; Ijiute 
iiber - infli-, this day week; nut -en u. e. 
nut - ^ftr&ell U.>, with eight horses etc. 



ifliO- 



LOJftiu^iu.J 



in ol the value ot eight bati. 
ild)Il!enilfl, aiif. eight-legged. 
airtiiPliirtet 10, / ai</. 1 4*01. J octo 
aid) I blllin Ifl, ) petalous. 
■2lCl)Iör(ll)t, in. a sort ol coaise cloth 
aid) I erf, n- (®ei)ni., äJcfeiliouno^f. . 
tagoii. -10, adj. octagonal, octangular; 

aid) nod), (adj. and adv. eight-fold 
aid) I fill CljJ.j octuple. 
ai(t)l|lnri), n. KSeom. ic.) octahedron 
ai d) 1 1 1 il d) 1 fl , o<y. octahedral. 
aid) MUUliJ, "dj. 1. eightfooled, eighl 
;gvd. i. eight teet long. 
■JUdioef bill ten, -dj. (Söot.J octohd. 



aid)! fill lb, udi. i.eveii and a half. 

aid)tl)un6err, adj. eight hundred. -- 
e, adj. eight hundredth; tai aid) 1 1) IUI: 
^ertel, bet -fleiljeil, the eight hun- 

aid)t)nl)tlfl, adj. 1. of eight year., 
ht years old. 2. octennial, lasting eight 

ai(t)t)äl)tl id), adj. octennial, liappening 
!ry eighth year. 

31d)tf(intl(), adj. having eight edges. 
aid)IfUnfl, m. COJiuf.] octave, 
al d) t ni (1 (I)) I , aril), eight lanes. -IJ, 
adj. done or repealed eight times. 

mpany of eight men. 

aid)tniünneri(j, aitj. [iSiit.] octan- 
drian. (5-inc -e 'Jäflniijc , oclander. 

ald)ttnl>natl8, adj. lasting eight 
months. (eight months. 

aid)tinDH(itlid), adj. occurring every 

aid) tpfcnnifler , 11. ( ITOiinjiv-J 

•ilit)tpfenniflflU(t, n. Jpiece of eight 
farthings. Ipouiidcr. 

aid)lpfiinber, m. I'JlriiU.) eight- 

aid)tpftint>lfl, adj ..f eight pounds. 

aid)tfninio, adj. [aUi|7eiifd).] octo- 
spermou». 

aid) tföullfl, ad). |aivd)lt.J octostyle. 
J)(i6 -e Oebiiiibe , Cie -e SBurDerfeiie , bee 
-c ®iiuleiifl,infl, octostyle. 

aid)tfeitl(), adj. ociahedral, octoe- 
drical, octagonal, octaugular. Die -e i^i« 
aut, [eituin.i octagon. 

3^d)lfd)ll^l8• adj. liiernlO.) having 
eight qiiaiteiings in the coat of aims. 

aid) I fllber, m. word of eight syllables. 

aid)tfllbl0, adi. octosyllabic. 

aid) [fpnniiio , adj. drawn by eight 
horses, yoked with eight oxen etc. — ado 

aid)t(lt 1)1, «I- I9t.itutgeid).j sea-siar 
with ei^lil rays. - l n , adj. octoradiated. 

aidUllÜnCla, adj. lasting eight liours. 

ai d) t (1 Ü 11 b 1 1 d) , adj. and adv. happen- 
ing or occurring every eighth hour, every 
eight hours. 

aid)i(1iinbiiet, m. l*»(tn.J he that 
works for eight liours. 

aid)ttnatfl, adj. of eighl days, last- 
ing eight days. 

aid)tlä8lld), orff- occurriugor happen- 
ing every sennight. — adv. every sennight. 

aid) t tt)eil, n. and »i. the eighth part, 
the eighlli. -la, od/, iconsisling) of eight 



aid) 



, in. laKuf.J oclave. 
(ell a, adj. octangular, 
d) I IB Ö d) en r 1 1 d) , a<</.occurring every 



ai d) 1 11) ii d) 1 a , adj. lasting eight weeks 

aid)l jdljnifl, adj. having eighl teeth, 
octodentate. 

aid)Ijellig, od), of eiglit lines; (Qjuef.] 
octave. Oaö — e (^eCid)t, the octave ihyme, 

aid)tjcllia, adj. liSot.l octolocular. 

3Id)t, //. i))(. -en, -111 -, Oft aid). 

2td>tC, S lev, llie eight; f. aidjt 
adj. (i-in ai It) t e r , [JpniibelJ a piece of 
eight lai things; iJ.apiece 01 eightgroshen. 

3l4>t, /- attention, care. - fleben niif 
K. , 10 pay aticiitiuii to eic. , to give heed 



a* 



keep carefully ( 









cautious, to take care; Met) m - tichm 

etc.; nehmen öie firt) in - , take cai 
nare a care lOf yourself); nild ter - I 
fen, to overlook, to slight , to neglect. 

-Jlcht.ieber, .n, (/. -inn) one who 
tends to etc. 

41(t)rhaDer, m if. -inni f. -31 ii 

aAllP«, <"lj- unmindful, neglige 



mindfully, negligently, heedlessly. 

■>l (t) 1 1 D f I a f e i t , /. carelessness, heed- 
lessness, nnniindfulness, inattenlion. iieg. 
ligence. 

4ld)tfiini, orf). careful, mindful, heed- 
ful, attentive. — arir. attentively, care- 
fully- -ten,/, carefulness, uiindfuluess, 

3lä>t , J l>«n- outlawry iCen Cer - 

reclaim one's outlawry; (Smen) in Die - 






oerfnlle 



sUthttrief, m. writ of outlawry. < 

>!lrt)täettl(irinifl, /. act of outlawr' 
proscription. 

>3l tti t ä f A 1 1 i (! , ndj. outlawed. 

^äft, 5ä*tbcit, I. ©«tic. 

^dttbaV, "'IJ- estimable, honorabl 
respectable, uorshipful. - f f I t , /. r' 
speclability, dignity. 

2l*te, -dj. eighlh. -./: 1. f. -lidil 
/. 2. HJhuM octave. 

2l*tel)ofb, »rf» 1. 91(1) II, .1 1 b- 

iUtbtCl, "• <-*. P'--> I- the eighth 
part, an eighth. 2. (Wuflf) a quave 
Ihe eighth part of an arc. 4. Sin SBud) 
nil -. [Xlip. 1 a book ill octavo, an oc 

»JKDIClflrÖgc.S in oetavo; |. «c 



'1"'*' f '"• (Wirt'n.l octi 
Iticflen.^ 



at*teln, -.» 

parts. 

lE.jfP. einer iänd)t (g< 



ce Ol elc, lo heed, to luiud; (»t 
-, not to inlnd. 2. to judge, tc 
think. BJoflir -, to leuulc, lit 

füt eine (Jhte, 1 look upon n as ar 



J estefui highly; getillcl -, to make Utile 
f etc. ; 1. $(llteil. 4. lo priie. to esteem, 
3 respect, (emeu. Hie ®eieec !c.) -, to 
especi; er dillte riue?er(5lire, iiLiffiÄdliint'e, 
e is past honor and siianie; frill '^lineliell 
cc <lsen"on -, to have no regard lo rank 
r person; audi nitei iSutt (em 'Jliifeljeii 
er ^eri'iMI , neither doth God respect any 

hätten, ' reß. ©iAnnd)«. -, to 



^dititl f *'■ "■ to proscribe, to out- 

JtcbtcnBcv, >". <-«, p' -) ('3B<li^• 

2ldjtenö, «><■• eighn.ly. in the eighlh 

m<btenHauOe . / i. aiiii*. 

2id)ten6»«>erth , f <■* estimable, 
2Id>tCnS>t>Ür5ifl,S respectable, 

sleeniable. 
aic^tCr, m. (-«, pi. -) 1. an eight; 
f. 91d)t/. 2. a.thing having (or consisting 
f) eight parts. 3. a coin of eight groshen. 
f eight farlhings; [HSillOmfpt-l I", ilil)!: 

2l*tCrlet, "dj. of eight (different) 
oris, -llllf - -Jlrt, in eight different ways 

2l*tUnfl, /■ !■ altenlion. - flcbell 
;ilf ic., to pay atteniiou lo etc.; f. <a(f)t; 
• ! aiteuiioii! 2. - (iür ^pcn'onen), esieciu. 
■egard, respect, ©eine - tiejeigen , to pay 

ereuceio eic. ; alle - nu6 Den -}lugen fe^eii, 
o lay aside all respect; - Ijejen, to euier- 
aiii or have respect. 3. (= 97o(i)act)tull0) 
ioniplying with etc.; guidance. 

51(1)1 u n oäu Oil, '"'' respectful- — 
irfr. respeclfnlly. 

•aAiniiflenietth, } adj. (. 5l(hteii«. 

a(t)(iin,iSroürMn,S luertl). 

■Jlrt)tnil JiSlolDt 10, ndj disrespectful. 



'äd 



.'4 7 



*i Pilfer, "> i-S, pi- 'Mev; dim. 
■:U(ferd)eii, -lirfcrleiii, n.) laiield. lemen-; 
biineii, ueilelleii, i.i nil. 2. i= -BoSeiii soil. 
3. (.11« 5 I .i rt) e II 111 a S ; pi. ildtt, acre. 

»lifcrniiiiorii, m. f. >3Iiiüorii. 

■Qlrf er il r t e i r , /. agriculmre , culture. 

•liefern ,1 I öcinn, m. (»Dt.J great wil.l 
^Udevbat f adj. cultivable, capable ot 

:f er t>a II , m agriculture, ullage, hus- 
bandry. Den - beireffeiiti , iiiiii - gel)ürig, 



^^tUnfl,/- proscriplio 

üldftffthn, I odj. eigi, 

Ülcbtjjel)en,S jthner, 



•!l*ije 



-21(t)ljel)netlei, adj. of eighteen (dil 
eieiil) sons, illlf- älir, in eighteen (dil 

'Jl rt)ljel)(e)nte, adj. eighteenth. 
-il(t)tjel,(C)»tel, n. llie eighteenll 
pail). [eeiitli plate 

■lid) t(el)(c)n tens, arfn. in the eight 
21d)tjifl, "dj. eighty; fourscore 

:ouipHny oi eigliiy. S'lii -, eine -inn 
..lugenariau. 3. wine etc. of 1780. 

•Jl<Dl(l(linl)tlo, mij. ociogeiiary. o 
• Ighly years oi age. eighty sear» old, fon 

•!1 (ht iinrte, ndj. elghtielh. -I, n. Ihi 
ilgliljeih (paril- 

iUcbtjijiftenS, <"<'■ m the eight 

itajtCn , ■■• «. to Stoan (acutely). 

nä<ui,f I. -iifeui. 



arfe 



fi*( 



grou 



tilling the ground, cnliivaling I 

HI. husbandman, farmer, liller; 
(jei'(f)iif ler - e r, agricniiurisi. -berief) 
agriculuiral report, -gertitl) , n. f. -31 
ill), -(jeiellfrtjilft, /. agricnl 



lfct)( 



It,/, ahe art , 
t agricullurisni. 



■illfe 



»Mrfer beet, n- strip or piece of ground 
between two furrows, balk, ridge. 

iUrferbedellllno, /. cultivation, til- 
lage 'Sei (juiet - itnocn jel)n 'Btorgeii SniiD 
mi-M, 111« bei i"(1)lei1)ifr )ronnji,i , len acres 

than twenty when badly tilled. 
■liitfrbol)nc,/. f. ® oub ofjn c 
>arf etbud), n f. SoflttbUd). 



>Hrfct bill el, /. common thistle; f 

älrfetboppen, s. pi. iBica.] Valonia. 
■ildercif ifcl, /- [Or.iill).) field-fare 
•Jlrfeteljrenptei«, ,n. («at.) get- 

mander speedwell or chickweed. 
>U(fcreid)el,/. i. Sxbnue. 
■Jlrferetbe,/. soil. 
Ültfetfelb, n. arable field or land. 
*M(£etfleifd)bliinie,/> purple caw- 
<3J(fertiit)iiici,iEii. "■■ S «'"^'"• 
SIrfetfrnu,/. the wife of a farmer. 
-ilrferftnil(.n)in,,uel,-n.< 
-JlifetDhmfriut,... S 

percepier. 

■ildecfrehn, in. f. 5elbfd)ri9- -'■ 

f. feudal servite of llie peasaiitiy. 



ifeMllcl. /. («ot. ] 



)l,eil, n. (»01.] the shep- 
-gl.tss, red pimpernel or 



Mrfern.i 
herds weal 

arfrrnnul, m. a farm-horse. 

«rferiiefilbe, «- ? fields. 

51delt)tlb, n. 1. land-rent; contTJbu- 
lioii of arable l.ind. 2. money (paidl l>r 
tilling, plowing. 



ildec look under S'l«', « 

«) Die iajöcict, MC fid) ni( 

finbeii, fihte iiiiiii iiiin-r J-e 



38 



3lcf 



mderietät[)(.e), u. i farming uten- 

>il(f ir.J"'i")r'f)li'-/-^ sils. agricul- 

^rfErflefdjirt, n. ) tural imple- 

menis. plowiiig-lools 

»arferaeticftt, n. court of agriculture. 

'ilrfetoelee, «■ agrarian law. 

aid erailff . (f- ''le farmers' com. 

aider inn una, 5 pany. 

>a(ler(]t,li-, I». I»«.] mouse. 

älc{erl)otntt,iut,j car, chickweed. 

a tf e c 11 1 i 11 ü t r .1 11 1 , «. [SBüt.] meadow- 
scabiou«. [crow-foot. 

sacfer(),il)iic:iifilB. '«• l^'i-'i '""• 

a <£ e c 1) fl u 1) c (f) e 1 , /. [iBot.Jrest-harrow. 

■Ucferljeu, ». hay from a fallow field. 

3Irferl)0f, »«. a farm; farui ■ tiouse ; 

-ilrfcvljclunDer, i 

l!lcferl)Oli, n. biia.,«, briers. 

>Ucf erljuljii, K- partridge; f. 31 eb: 



3lrf 

from ihe tuberous latliyrus. 

aitf crti|)iuft,ui t, n. [Set.] percepi. 
aictevpfer», «. farm-horse. 
■!l(terplntterl.>rc,/. yellow vetclilit 



I, u 1,11. 
31 [fett 
«ctevE 



aicEettlce,«!. 



jriied or yellow medii 
, pricltly parsiiep. 



älrferf nob 1(111(1), hi- wild garlic, 
atfel'toljl, .... [«Dt.J field-cabbage; 

mou iiipple-wort. 

ai(tei-ftnl,e,/. [Criiitl).J rook. 
Udetttaut, n. [Sot.] brook-lime; f. 
9S ,1(1)1) 11 II!) 



aitferfctt 
aticrtiit,! 



ildi 



. et6flrill 



aittetlniiti, n. f. aitfcrfelC 

aicfetlnitid), m. [SBoI.J c 
wild lettuce, |". gc I DU 1 1 1 1(). 

-ilcEcrlEine, /. a cord or 
for guidiug horse« at a plow. 

'll(f e net (ft e,/. the sky-lail 



ältfe 



•a (ft 



(paid) foi 

ill)te,;. a jade, a plow-mare 
UtJetflillU. 

äl<tct(6)mniiii, .«• ipl. -leuie) bus 
idman, plower, plowman, cultivatoi 
tiller (of the ground), farmer. 
äl(fettii(inii(fteii, n. [Otiitil,.] whit, 
er^iiglail. 
Udevniap, n. a measure by which i 

Utfetiiiftii«,/. f. SelCninu«. 
Ucfetmnureoht, ... [»ot.] scorpion. 



1,11, m. prickly poppy, 
iiuje,/- laStH.J ...ountai 



2liferne|t,> m. [»ni.J field 
31(fetlicpt,5 cnlamint. 
ai(fetiulfciior.i6,|' ... [25t' 
a(fetii(iflflciii, ) ostei.ni I 



nettle-hemp, hemp-leaved dead-nettle 
fflifetnue, f. earth-nut; ground- 



id), adj. 



rights or privilej 
oral law. 3. ri| 
of the fruits of 



1 in fields. 
:(tid), .«. wild radish, 
e b , rt. a boggy and reedy 
-Otn«, 'I. great corngra 
nflEllllllllie , /. common 

ttet|"potn, .... [»ot.] 



(It, .«. 1. gelt. 
11 Milt I, /. f. 



Ude 



•ilcfer|U.liiPGt(ii, n.j ky bent.grass. 
fair pauicled corn-grass. 

ai(tet|"cl)iie(fe,/. f. gel B id) n etf (. 
aidetfdjdlle,/. f. etDfdjülic. 
s!ldetrd)H)ertel, .... [«t)t.] corn-Hag. 
aiitetfciif, m. [SJiir.] cha.lock. 
aider fin (111, m. [iSut.] London-pride. 

L^':[::tr;^-'-'-^-~ 

aidftlleilirdulCdl), .11. painting-root. 

aidet,lerutr,u,t,.,. /„„,.,„„,. 

aider«) (ilDiuetflet, ....5 

ai d e t jle u e t , /. land tax ; f. ai d e t jj e I b. 

aidetlfifl, m. f. grLil)Mi.ig. 

>Jldctrt,ippe, /■. [Otiiiil,.] bustard. 

aidertteepe, /. corn brome-grass. 

ai(fetuiiii"(i0, in. [EaiiCiuirtlji'd).] 1. the 
laying out of an estate or farm into parcels. 
2. -, üi). aide tilllird)lilo, '"• rotation. 

aider l)i el,, .1. cattle used lor agricul- 
ture, [ftiieael. 

aidetpiole,/.corn-violet;f.gt(iueii= 

aidctuoflel, m. r. gel6l(iiifer. 

aideruoflt, .... r. gltir|-d)ü$(e). 

airfetiudöe, /. a level for measuring 
Ihe depth of .he furrows. 

aidetiualle,/. roller, land. oil. 

aidetiueg, in. field- way. 

aidetiuetbel, .... f. ©rSarille. 

aidetluetf, m. husbandry, tillage. - 

'il)en Do, -eii, ... ". to till the ground. 

aidtriuetfjeug, / .1. plowing uten- 

airfcrjeufl, j sil,>, plowing tools. 

aideriueieii, «. f. aidettidu Nr. 1. 

^HcEt: t lueTpe, y« tield-wasp. 

aidenuiefe,/. f. gelbiuieic 

aidenuiiiöe,/. coin bind. [QnU. 
,,ilui, .11. r. aldet|U■.^llB.■ 
, m. I. e-iioerliiiij. 
/. 



aid I 



,„e;f. fi, 
aiderjeit,/. plo 
aidetjiiio, .11. 



2. f. aäiiiii 



91 d c r i lu 1 c b c I , y. star of Belhleht... , 

2lcfercr, "■• c-i, pi.-) f. auet. 
2ltfern, •■• ■■• lo plow, to tm. 

aicauit , ". [Sitliarbip.] lead. - ge. 
ten , to lead [niatic. 

aicronmattf^, (-tr-, adj. acroa- 
2lcrOnifii), ^«d^. [ai(tri)n.]acro- 

2ld)VDnif(i) , [ "ic, «cronlcal. - 
2(d)V0nMfttfc^,; nW«. acronlcally. 

2lcrDfticl)on,/"-(-ö,p/.-d)(i)[$op|-.i 

2lfroi'tid)Cn,)a':r''sli<:. eiii -betreff 
feiib bb. ciitljnlteni), ntro llifd), adj. acros- 
tic; ii'ic cm -, aifrD(lifd), «du. acro.s- 
ticallv. 

mCt.l'n (-Ci,pt--V l...ct, act.on 
mn,)i- at)Mt.] act; r. amtjnfl. 

2lcte,K- 'p'- -'" '•"■='• ^'"^ ^'"'' 

2lf tC, i 1 » 111 e 11 t«-,£on3ree-,au 

Ijniibliiini, 53efd)liiB- 2. pi. -11, public 
papers, acts, judicial acts, roll-«, deeds, le- 
gal documents. 



J. ol 



IjllUf, 



aiCtiC,;/. <J.(. -11) [§niiBelJ share, 
2lftiC,^ action; -11, shares, .stocks, 

funds, -»lit -n luiuftecii, to stock-job; jti; 

Ijnber iiuii -, slock. holder. 

aiCtiellCblipo n, ^ pn'.li': funds. 
aicticnae|"clird)(ift, /. society of 



aictieul, (1 libel. 


m. stock-jobbing. 


aitlieiiljniiblet 


,„. stock -broke 


stock-jobber, sliare- 


broker. 


aicneiibeiiDer 


/ .... share • holde 


aictieniiiljobfr 


,i Stock-holde,, act, 


nary, actionist. 




aittteiiuiflfler 


in. stock - broke 


share-broker. 




aictiEiiipefiiln 


lOn, /.) slock-jo 


aietienfpiEl, ,. 


S hing, .stoci 


jobbery. 

aictieni'pediin 


It./ .... 




; .... stock-jobbe 


aicttenrpiclcr. 


) ' 


sMctinoHt,... 


(-«)(9Rlll.]acti«ol,t 


'action ,t /■ ' 


[gKillt.] an actio 


aittiOn,5-- I3feDtierf.] action. 


aictionär, >« 


{-i, pi. -E) /stocl. 


iktionift, "• 


t-Eii, p/. -eu.il.oi. 


er; f. aicl.ellbefl? 


Er. 


mCtiü,tadj. 1. 


active, busy; i.Xt, 


2iett»,5t,fl.2., 


ctive, actual, ellectiv 


-fOulbeii, /. pi. 


, -ueriiibOEii, n 


active debts , outst 


ending debts . activ 


property ; - ■■ 11. 'if 


imi'fd)lllbell , deb 



2ictiburaWn(-«)ie)r(\Hi.] verb 

2l«iöUm,5 verb transitive, ail 

(. 1. active verbs ; 2. ($nllbrl] 
ebts. assets, aiftitui ti. ^infiiun, 

2lctuor, '»I i-i.pi- -e); cie, 
>2lttuov, S [ si- 

JlCtUariUS, ■«■ tp( -no) actu 

HctuSJ 
2«ftue,5 






mnftit,S phonics. 3. [mtt>.] acous- 

äMcuftifd), "dj acoustic. 
2l50giO, «■ and adu. [-TOuf.] adagio. 

>II^am, "■■ I- leia«"" 1 Adam. i. j h 

Dsr .lite - , tlie old m.in. (apple. 

2lf lUlie.l pffi, in. [SBiT., aillnt.] Adam's 
01 5 111 r I f I i\ f , /. Egyptian fig ; - . dD. 

2l»amit, ">■ <-«i'. P'- -en) adamite. 
'^bamttifc^ , «*■ adainilic. 

2l»anfonie,/- ip(.-n) [Sot.) .dan- 

bOiiia. Etiiiopjan sour-gouid, monkey's 
bread. African calabasli-lrce. 

35(ÖnflUat, '"tj- adequate (to etc.) -e 

ness. - ad„. adequately. 

iUÖÖtVen, "■ a. (.llntl,.] roadd. to 
cast up. to sum up. 

JJICbitiOn, / 'P'- -en) 1. [äliritl)-) 
addition. 1. .iddition ^ l'. Sui'ii;. 

2lCC , "do- and ii. ? adieu, einem - 

MbeiaV , »■ >he stork ivhicli is said 

Miel, m. 1-6) I. nobility, filler, 
(5ine ULMlt — , a nobleman, a noblewoniaii ; 

noble birth or extiaction. 2. i -(CerSedc, 
feä Sebeii«i£.), nobility, nobleness. 3. (Die 
aifflifleii) the nobility. J)i't ^etlt|■(t)e, fniii = 
jofifrfje , rltffiWe - , the German . French. 
Russian nobility. 

Mbelbcere.y. f. glfebeerc. 

älöelbittfthe, m. (bori. ■TOnr.) -sea- 
cadet, midship-man. [®p e i erl 1 II fl. 

■U6elff(l)e, /. r. asuaelbeeirtiniim, 

•3l6elf iTlt), in. fresh-water mullet. 

■abtl^etrifd). adj. aristocratic, aristo- 
cralical. — ado. aristocratically. 

•Ilbclljerrfiiiftft, /. aristocracy, -ilii. 
f)Snger ber - , aristocrat 

9liiel|-(t)ntt, /. I. the nobility. 2. |. 

asello«, adj. f. llnnSelio, lliieOcl. 

3l6eläbrief, m. charter or patent of 
nobility. 

'^beldbtld). n. book of the peerage. 

91bel«oei»0lt,/. power of the nobility. 

91bcl«fun>e,/. knowledge of the pri 
vileges of the nobility. 

abelftniib, m. nobility, dmt» ill beii 
- erbeben , to knight ; to make any one 
noble, a nobleman. 

91beIfJol), m. pride of nobility. 

aibelflolj, adj. prond of nobility. ■DK.lll 

•abelfu*t, /. Honging after digni. 

•!l6elfÜ(J)ti(I, adj.() tiesetc. attached to 

nobility. |of the nobility. 

91beltl)tlni, n. state, rights, privileges 

'^{belbert, "■■ Etheibert. 

SlfcelbeiO , / Adelina. Alice. Assy 
^K^etig, "dj noble SBoii -n (Seburr, 



2lBe(un<l,/- ennobling etc 
^iept, "•■ ten, pi- -CID adept. 
3i6cr , /■ <P'- -") 'diuiin. jiferdieii 
Ebenem, n.) I.Hlnat.] a vein. (Siiieiu - Ml 
ffii, jiir - MiTeii, etiie - rdilnoeii I'b. öffiini 
to bleed, to blood any one, to let any oni 
blood, to phlebolomiie; l(t) Ij.lbe jlir - je 
lilffetl , 1 have been bled ; ble QDlbellc — 
1 'llihU. ] the hemorrhoidal vein ; liemor 
rhoids . the piles, t, i vein, ©ille bid) 
eenrclie - , Bitftlernber , f.iittifilje - , i 

poetical, satirical vein; CD III feilie gllte - 

has not one good qualiiy , lie is a thorougl 

is totally unlike his father. 3. - (im.^ülje' 
vein, streak, grain; - (ini ätflltf , vein 
cloud; -, [•»01.] vein; -, (ÜRill.] vein 

transient lodes, 0)i^ e ' i: 1 1 nb em, luelal 
leius; bie -n tin 'roiiniliirti;., the vein: 



mi 

ÜCetine, i-m, ^fr -> /'. 

?lbeln , "■ "■ 1 10 make i. 



yitm 



39 



i- t 



of the marble etc.; Pl)lle -II, free of veins. 


juilucr -, eaglet; fiT lUi'ibltille -, eagles 


Ülberbtllbe, /. bandage to tie up a 


2. [ipctdlb.] eagle, cin bopptlltc-, an eag 


vein with. 


with two heads; [-iliTriMl. , 'ir,nu.] eagle 


>21bttbrncl), m. [ffljir.] varicocele. 


[<)Kiinj.u.l eagle. 


•ilbtriiirmia, adj. and ad,: veiny. 


-iUlernfjiilid), adj. eagle.l.ke. 


veined, in form of a vein. 


5lblec,uloe,"- ± eagle-eye- 


•abertiooebdUbe, ,-. venal or ..rte- 


Slbletniiaifl, adj. i eagle eyed, eagle 




sighted. 


■ili!er,jeile,1)t, / of veins 
■Jiber.ieiueL.e, <) ' '' 


•Ubletbeere,/. i. -ijt 1 eeb eerc. 
-abUtblicf, m. f. .JIbler.uige. 


•llberflCld) 11.11111,/ swollen vein. 


-ilDletblume,/ f. -ilfclei. 


•ilöergeiu.itDs, «. polypus. 


•lli)lerbol)ne, /. sort of kidney-bea. 


-JlBcrhnui,/. 1 1. [-211101.] choroid. 


•lib 1 ere lie./, eagle-speed. 


«!lbctl)niitd)en, n.^i. älbcctjdiitd) ni 


-aiblereuie,/ eagle-owl. 


(bet 9?(i,1)fleDiiti., chorion. 


•Jlbletltfd), .11. l3'1)ll)-l sea. eagle. 


aberfniueii, /„,g,„,.j ,,,;,. 


•Tlblerflttio, "1. w-ng of an eagle 


•llbrrfrupt. S ' 


•ffitl-eil, eagle-winged. 


Ülbetliie, 1«. ^-\\t6, pi- -liilie' 'eiting 


•Jlblerflllfl, .11. Il.ght of an e^gle. .^i 


of blood, blood-letling, bleeding, venesec 


-e , eagle-winged. 


lion, plilebotomy. - ,i il li ,1 11 ij f u, m. plile- 


'llblerl)flj, n. agalloclnum). 


botoniist. -b lilt I'll) rt)e 11 , 11. blood. letting 


•Jlblerf rail t , ... female fern. 


compress, -berfeil , 1.. blood. ng -basin. 


-ab lern (Iff,/ aquiline nose. 


-bin be,/, bandage, fillet, roller, swath. 


•UDIetPtben , .... order of the eagle. 


-eifen, n. lancet. Ileain. -freunb, in. 


-ablcrfnij, «. f. ateiiifalj. 


bleeder, -(jetiitl), ii. f. -21b er 1 ,i B 1 e " 0- 


•Ublct|(i)lielle,/ eagle-speed. 


-fnn(l,/ phlebotü.ny, art of letiing blood. 


■Ubletfifjraiuae,/ f. -JIDletfiiiuj. 


-icljte, /. angiology. -frt) It ,ip p er , m. 


•Ublet(«)fl.iuc,/. pounce of an eagle 


Ileam. -I'erbnnO, in. ligature, -üe^^ 


-ableciee, m. [ffleoar.] Aral. 


tl)eibiaer,m.phleboioa,i,M.-.Berfjena, 


•ablerfteiM, .... [-Wlnenila-] etite 


m. bleeding-case. -icit. /. season lor 


eagle-slone. 


letting blood, -ieilo, «■ bleeding. instru- 


aiömtniftration , / administr. 


ments, [surgeon, i a bleeder. 


tiou; f. SScnp.iltiiii,]. -» . ., iur - ael)ö 


•abcrlniie, /. f. -ilberlOB. -r , m. 


tig, administratiie. 


•Jlbevlo«, adj. I-BOI.] not veined or 


SlfcminiftrattÖ, «.'/. administrativ« 


nerved, veinless. 


aiSmintftratox', .". <-*. ?'■ -en 


Qlbermeiiiiia, Obermenmo, .... 


administrator. ?,id -ililir anei -i, admin 



. birth or < 



•aberprcffe,/ [dljir-] tourneque 
•Ubetreid), adj. full of veins, vei 
Slberrlppta. '"'/ l'»0'.] nerved. 
Slbet fd)loa . '"■ pulse, puis. 

«Ibfr|d)iiMimni,.n.lSSL>t.]moril.n 



•aberiltdiia , m. i- •JlDcra-'-iecftt 
aiberfnileiii.n. f. iUbctae b nube. 
iUbetronffet, «. [ qShiiMDr. ] lymph 

ilievittft, adj. resembling veins. 
ÜliCrtgW »''-'■ veiny, veined, streak 

3l5erig,S ed. 

Stecrn, I I t I b 

StJiern,^-" '' ' 

SaSbrifiOn , J- (•^O'lr-l adhesion. 
aiCiCCtJ» ,< «■ '-i. P'.-e. [Svamiii.) 

iJlCieftiü,^aJj"'.ve. 

2löiCU,< ".'"• ""<> "■ ■»Jien- good bye. 
2lSjCU,i - !"'!!]'"■ '" ''"' laic'vell; i. 
-Jl b r. 

SlCjUnCtW .'1. «-en, pi- -eit) adjunct, 
2le jUntt,^ assistant . deputy . a<so- 

älöjungivcti, "■ ■•■ "> j"i"- '» as.so- 

ciate . to give as an assislant. 

2IÖiufttrcn, "• "• '■ "> adjust, t» 

regulate. 2. lo gage, to siie, to stamp. 

Ol&iutant, ."■ (-!■". pi--'»> mm:.] 



mnev, .n. 1---. pi- -> 



2t»ininiftrircn, !•.<. to admin 
Sl&miral, -". »-e. pi- -" '-[-^ 

admiral. 2. [in.Ulira.) admiral, 

\Ubmiralld)ilfI , /. adn.iralshi 
inntOeii , ill - f.ihrfii . to sail in con 



iflae./. Hagoftheadmii 



40 



51bm 



"Jtbmiralität, /. admiralty, navy 
office. —90,1X0)1 n. court of admiralty, 
admiralty-court. - BiBf elUfZ-P'-CSs^oa«! I 
Admiralty Islands 

2T&oni§, '"• '• ['Mpti).] Adonii 



bei -) Adolphui. 



?(bö 

^tttoOCat, ) m. {-tn, pi. — fll) idvo- 
9(t»t>l>Iat, i cate, pleader, lawyer, 
barrister (at lawj, attorney, counsel, 
eoDaselor. [fees. 

fUttofntnijebiUren,./ W- lawyer's 
4lt.UPfn(eii(Jt,'itf), m. lawyer's trick. 
SlbbCCatur, (-tmm,/. ad»ocatio.., 



2[ft 



[Sot. I adonis. 



5ltiDni6Huiue, /. ) 
!!^^Dlli«r66(l)en, n.^ 
<lltii)tiiöfnTe, n- P' [9lltertf).] Adonis 
2l»0ntf^, 'äj. Adonean; (^oef. 
adonic. (S-in-cvajfrf, adonic verse. ndoni< 
2(60t>ttDn,/- adoption. 

3l6o»ttren, " "• ' '<> «<i»p< ' 
2l6oj>tiBfinb , "■ "^ ■ c'- -" 

adoptive child, adopted child. 

a^l'|)tit' foil» , m. adoptive son. 
21^llpI i t'l'dter, m. adoptive father. 

aiöreffant, "• w - »>(. -en) ih 

person addre.i;.sing ; [i^nubcl] drawer. 

2l6rcffat, "".(en, pl.-t») 1. til 
person addi espied or recommended. 2, [i^(in< 
bei] drawee. 

SlbVCffC,/- ip'- -") '■ «Oemnuii«) -, 
address, direction, [Jjnilbel] firm; - (eilie< 
aSticfeS), direction, superscription. 9lu Mi 
- UDit ic. , to the care of etc. ; (tet »rief) 
i|1 nil I'eiiic - jelnnflt, has reached its desti- 
nation. 2. (fiDiiilitiit. Stnntenic.J address, 
eine Btliit -, an address of thanks. 3. 

SlbireeDiKl), n. ( A- t ■ 

']|bre#fnleiiber, m.j '™""'l- 
Ql t) r c fi f in p 1 11 i r. w. i ntelligence-office. 
.idvei Using otnce. [label, licke. 

■MMCBjetlfl, i/i. [$(lllbel] docket, 

2lfcrcffircn , -■ ". '• - «»"efe 'f ) 

etc., 10 forward to one's address. '2. ©inen 

[i^onbel] ((Sill ®cl)iff) - (111 IC , to consign, 

to address to etc. J5.1« Srfiijf ronr an einen 

Äniifninnii in Söaftiinorc nbbrcffivt, tlie 

ship WHS addressed to a merchant in Bal- 

timore. ^ (apply to etc. 

2l&VCfftrCn, •■• nfl. >aldi - nn it., to 

2lßVianOJjCl, n. (-«> Adrianople. 

HiViatxiä) , "ilj- (Oieoor.l Adriatic. 



Sns 



Adri 



2tfcftritigircn , » "• «> »strini 

-b , [ÜUeb.] astringent, astriclory, astr 
live; ein -be« *)Hittt(, astringent; bie - 
K r il ft, astringency. [moon-stoi 

2(ÖUlar, '"• {-«) [Wincrnlo.] adulnr 

2l&bCnt, m. (-«) advent. 

9Uiictlti!uO|jel, in. ember-goose. 

Ülb I' enthielt,/ advent-season. 

2lööentui'inftcin, m.i-e«, pf- 
2l6«erbium, » (-«, pi- -»v 

[PJnllllin.) adverb. 

2lÖ»ert»taHf* , -"tj adverbial. 

ado. adverbially. [noli. 

2lÖöi§, "'• (-Wfeä, pl -Uife) advi, 
«llbtuStiour, 11.^ J • I, , 



aiböifirenw 
2luifn-en, < 






advocacy, advocate 

2l6ttocirfn, 

advocate, lo follow the law; ^ to pettifog. 

b,l« - , i pettifogging. [lite. 

2IcrOlit(6), m. (-en, p/. -eiO aero- 
SlCrOlOgtC, / aerology, nerography. 
^tVOlO^ , ™ (-en, p(. -en) aerolo 

gist. 

JlCrOlOflif*, -"IJ aerological. 
aierOmantiC,/ aerom.ncy. 

SBcromctcr, >"■ '-«. p' -> i*')'"') 

•ipiometer. 

WltVCmCtvie , f «eromelry. 

aeronaut, >"■ (-en, p(- -en) aero- 
naut, -ifrtl, aHj. aeronautic, -if,/, aero- 

ftcroftat, •"• <-en, P'-e") - o^- »^' 
-ifd)C OTnftftlne, aerostat, air-balloon, -l f, 
/. aerostatics. 

asffffive, ajffairc, /• 'p'- -"> «<f"" 

^ffC^en, n. (-f, p'.-)lilllc monkey; 
f. SMffe. 

2lfff » '" '-"■ '''■ ~"' '■ "'""''*>■• ^1"" 
e-in ficiner-, i png, ein grogfr-, baboon 
2. i a) ape, silly fellow, jack-an-apes. bi 
[■Wed) 1 a crane, c) (gKn(l).] pantograph i 
f. ietDr(t)fd)n(ibcl. 

«Mffennrt, /. species, breed of apes ; 
it. habit of monkeys. 9?nd) - , apishly. 
-ig , a) arij. apish, monkey-like, b) adv. 
apishly. 

Olff e 11 (lir b) f> n u m, tn. f. -Jl b n n f o n i c 

91ffeil(ieete, /. 1. crowberry, crake- 
berry. 2. moorberry. cranberry. 

glffeitbejonr/m. monkey-heioar. 

«UffenDilb, n. monkey's face , ape's 
face, figure of an ape. 

-llffcllflfd), m. sea-ape 

^ff'"0^f**''"-; ape's face. 

fUffenljnft, arij. apish, monkey-like. - 
adv. apishly. 

affent&nlfl, in. [Sot'l-l aqniqui. 

9lffenlic6e, /. t blind partiality (espe 
cially of parents for their children). 

affennid6ifl-n'<;- f- ?lffenl,aft. 

Slffenniienc,/. ape« face. 

<!ltfeilll(lfe,/- pug-nose; fiat nose. 

^ffetinnfifl, at(;. pug-nosed; flat-nosed. 

aiffenpoffe.y. monkey-trick. 

9Iffenfrt)äber, m. skull of an ape. 

<Mffenfrf)l»(lnj, m. tail of a monkey. 

9lffenfcil, n. f. SRnttenieil. 

91ffenfpiel,> n. apish tricks, aplshness. 

illffeiirocte,) foolery. 

?lffen(leiii, m. monkey-beioar. 

<Uffeiiroeif>d)eii, n. she - ape , «he- 

2JfFCCt, (-»>- "■■ <-e«' P'-'> 

affectation, -lun, / affection, -ire 11, i>.a. 
to affect, to pretend, -itt, adj. »(feclcd. 
Jtfen, affectation. 



limpassioned, passionless, (adv.) dispas- 
onately. - I f 1 g t e i t, /. apathy, want 
passion. 

^ffcn, " " <?'•'"' -/ *<> '""'" » fo"' 

fete, to fool, to mock, to banter, lo trick. 
i to.hoax. 

aiffCr, <" <-«. P' -) '/ -'•"» '■anter- 

-ti, f monkey -tricks, mimickry ; 

mockery, banter. [or aet) up. 

95[fftc^e, / 'Pl. ~"> a '•ill P»»""' <?>" 

2tfftctren , "■ " '» af^c • "> «»"''• 

2lfftltatiOn , /■ affiliation. 

aSrfflltrCn, "■«■ to affiliate. 

2Jffinttät,/- I. «ffi-i'y 2. i affinity; 
[Cfteiii.] affinity. 

fffinn,/>''-".onkey.she.ape. 

fSfftf^ , niy. apish, monkey-like.— 
ndi). apislily, 

if "sJS' '"■ ""J [«»'•! "»«"-il ' 

SlffoBiIIc , J- ) "^ 

Ol ffi'bill iSllie , /. aiphoderlily, day- 
lily, daffodil lily. [guelder-rose. 

2tf60l6Cr, >".(-«, pl.-, water-elder. 

s!lfl)Dlberii)nr,(,/. f. 9lff obiUtriirj. 

21 frtCa,J"(-*>[®en(jr.) Africa, -ner, 

2lfrita,S ■"• <-«,?'-), -n er inn, 
/. ipl. -CID African, -nifd), adj. African. 

2lftCr, (>" comp.) after, inferior, not 
genuine, false, pretended, bastard, similar, 
approaching to. substitute, sham, mock 

"after, "• (-ä> waste matter, refuse, 
chips etc.-, lib. -eri.n. [OBcrnfliirii.] resi- 
dnnm; [2iinbmirtl).J f.-iiftcrturii; -, (bei 
g(Cifrf)erll] tripe, 6 gut. chitterlings. 

«MftErnrnbdfler, in. alabaslriles , ala- 






9Ift 



m. .substitute attorney, 
quack. 
c , m. under tenant; f. 



<Uftcrnr,it, m 

51fterlielel)n 
9Ifferlcf)n6iiinini. (eloquence. 

91 fterberebfcinif cit , /. pretended 

?lfltrbienc,/. American ant. 

aftctbier, n. small beer; swipes 

=!lfterblntt, n. ('»I't.] stipule. 

91ftftbürbt, /. after-birth; f. Sind). 
fleburt, «ftergeburt. 

«aftetbürflc, m. Oiedit^fpr.] second 



rofdinft,/- 



9Ifterd)rifl 
^fterbeufe 
pliilosophism. 



J- } 



cfdjirni, m. ^ ' 
cbrot)ne,/. imperfect dr 
reinfejiina, i 
rerbfn^nufl, /•'"'"" 



2Ifte 



(-■Win.) 



91fterfällc, /. ) 

9lftetöef(iire, n.^ 

^Ifterilüflel, m. bastard wing. 

»Jlfterflebutt, /. «ecundiues , after- 
birth, [learning. 

aiftccoeUljrfninteit , /. pretended 

'Jlftetode^rtc, m. pretender to learn- 
ing. 

9lf tcrneircibe , ^ ". [Snnbroirtdfd).) 

51|tcrfi'cii, ^ sp'"-- 

iJlftevflloube, m. f. ^IberjU it be. 

9lfter0 0lb, n. false gold. 



m 

41ftetat5§e,/. false. 






afte«l)nff, m. Guinta-pig, ngouly. 
<!IftH^ell, n. nftergrBss, aflernintli. 
^fterljol), n. windfnllen wootl. 
aftetlirifner , m f. 5lfter(tl)n« 



91 ft 



lel,/. f. Dtoljtit. 
■:ilftet(nmEel, n. [Sool-l l»">», """'»■ 
«Iftecfnnindjeii, n. f. «Mf tetf)a|c. 
«ftcrtcoel , »>• [OfiHii.J conoid 
fbtmifj.-nrtio, "dj. conoldicdih. 
-Hftcttiel, m. t-W,lr.l false keel 
lifter ti n D, n. I. posthumous child. '2. 

•ilfttrflniie , /■ [SBniStnfpr.) - (tti 

»Jlftcr(i>l)le, I. l)Dljifle -, filirous 
own coal ; erfiiie - , earth coal ; - u , pt. 
nail coals, coal-dust. 

«Iftf tf Bnia , m. 1. pretended king, 
ock-kiiig. pretender, usurper. '2. vice-roy. 

■^Iftfvforn, 11. spur, light corn. 

■.'Iftci-f B till i 11.1 , in. [TOiiiEnKj.] sie- 
lte, [spheroidal, spheroidic(all. 

aifterfiiad, f- ■•spheroid. -irt)t, adj- 

iUlterUTEt, .1. [®(f)uhiii.l 1. chip.s of 

■!lfretlel)(e)n, n. ine(t)ti\\>v.] arriere 



, -ijnter , m. arriere 
l.llory. under-tenant, 
el, re /.erroneous, falser 



•3lftcriiiiotl)«iiiniin, 
■llrtetntDce, n. nag. 



•-tenancy . se 
[leas. 



■!lftevpap|l,> m. pretende< 

•Jlftcrpr. b|1,5 pope. 



2lft 

5lfUcl'Ccmictl)Ct, m. under-letler. 
»Ufteri' erin ietl) u no,/, underletting. 
lb letting. [sophaster. wiseacre. 

91f teriueife , m. philosopliist . philo 
4(ftEtroei*heit, /. philosophism, over- 
Si ft erwe It, /. posterity; f.gj n d) lu e 1 1 
9Ifterroi9, i« i. 9IbEvi«iO. 

91ffetJE<iel,5 '■ -'""'""• 
SlfterjEit./- future. 

aiftCr, »■ l-e. pi. -) '■ a""s> I'ini 
part (of ail animal) , backside , buttocks 

3um - .)elH'"0; Sifter.., anal. '2. [Sottl.; 
back-part (of a saddle), cantle. 3. pt. -ii 
[5D3(iiDmiVr.l f. <Uf tcr f I (i ii en. 

91 1 cere arm, .... [<Un,iM re.tn.n. 

9lftEtfinUE, 1 r.v„„r, 1 ,„a 

^afterfloffe, [^■^'"'""O-^ ■""' 

«ftEtfUftfOOEt,) ■ 

■JlirEr.iEidiirv, ... r.i>iiitergefd)irr 
vlftiTfriCd)tl-, m. son of gadlly, bo 



9lt»n 



41 



Ell net. 



Ilea ®<lttelS), back 
ind in llie back 



•31 i 


Etphilo 


Dpi) 


m. f. Alfter 


IV ei 


■:!it 




DPI, 


e,/. f. Mftt 


rroe 


■21 f 


e t r ,1 u p e 


,/ t 


enthredo, saw-fly. 


af 


Etreue,/. Ua 


iiler, backbit 


ng. - 


n. SBoit einem -n. 


to slander. 




C- IC 


. ace.) ; f. 


25et 


nn 111 6 en. 




•Jlf 


Etfnbbn 


t(f)-, 


m. the seco 


nd s 


•21 f 




n<l , 


bath aller t 


le 6r 


■31 f 


erfrtnn 


e,/. f. Selbfttin 


11 J e. 



[•lli'av.) uind from abaft, puop-wind. 
■31 1 1 E V w II t ni, m. ascaris (pi. ascnride 
•'IflEl-JIDiina, .n. mit] tenesinn 

f. S t M I, I J w ,1 11 fl. 

2lga, "'• (-^. pi- -'> a»rln] agn 

^lliiatmatolitb, "•• [«nfi"«.)!. 

2lgOt, f- •2l.-|),lt, [raagu. 

JlgaÖC , / IP'- -11) [■»Ot.) aga, 
5}lgc,/ -l.'--»)- ifcrlllircii:;.), ..v 

i Sigcifd) , ^ '"'>. ((Seugt.) Aege. 

:.i ?l(^llifcl) , J Eg«:,,,. 

>: 2l<^elci,/ f- ■2lf':lE'• 
i 5!lgeIl)ol,^, ... <-eä, ))(. -fjüijED 

lJlfU-rl,iu, [1)0, 

1,1 2l!lCnD0, / «genda. memorandn 

- aiijcnöe, /• 'pi- -ID »gf-nJa; '"i"" 

2Cgent, •" '-en, p(. -en) ago, 



ilfieridiUtte, /. (-KeKinur.j.] twice 

tilled sl;is. 

•a f t e t irf) I n a. .»• ['gorflro.] f. lU b r n n iii. 
■afterfd)metterlinG, .«. f. 'Stiil), 
n.iäilieflE. 
•i|fterfd)ötl, .n. ['"»liiifrora.] sienlie. 

■llftEtfiBbler, m. f. .ilfierlEljnf- 



Ifterfilbc 



16. 



1 1 ter fp V \\ dtt, /. barbarous language 
:lf I Er (1 E in , .n false stone. 
'lit£ttl)ei>lcae. m. alheologian. 

'l|-terio,1)ter,/. f. ■JIftErtiiib. 

!1 rt et t Pptl 5 , m. Bolie.uian br'-.v 



2(gCllttC, r- 5l,iEnteii(jebiil,tEn. 

il^ÖCf flftt, "■ (-EÖ, p(.-E)aggregale 
2(lV6e,/-l-l-"'l)ll)-lA<^gis,= ll,esliie|. 

^äglCiUÖ, ."• leigEnn.] Giles. 

■31,1 1 ;' foil 1 1', "'■ [§i>nbel] agio-account 
2l(?tOtage, f- stock-jobbing; usury. 

2li<iotcur, >" (-*, pi. -«- -e) s'«!' 
ilt^iotiren, "- «■ t» stock job. c.i, 

, stockjobbing, (SlllEE, ffr ,1 I t i r I 

iHgiren, « "■ >^"i "• »• ■ «> act 

ilicnr.l 10 act, to play, 2. to n.iniick. 
Slglarfraut , " i-e«, pi. -rrmiter) 



f. «IrferljiinliertiEl. leiftet. 

2lglafter, r. ,>(. -n) magpie; f. 

2lgtei,/. r. -Slfelei. [agnati. 

SIflnat, m. (-en, p;. -Ell) agnate (^I. 
2lÄ0ntC , / agony. 
JMgraffC, /. pi- -u> catch, clasp. 
2<grCft, "■• '-Ei=) verjuice. 
2lgVtmOnte, / agrimony, liver- 

aigtCr,»''"- ['Wnt.] aft. abaft. 
aigtftCin, m. (-e6, pi. -E) amber; 

inwrjiv -, jet; f. »Etndein. 
ägtJJjtCn, "• C-«) [©EDflt.) Egypt. 

S&gt)*tcr, "". (-6. p'. -) (teni- -im» 

^at)pti^ä) , '"IJ Egyptian. 
211) ! mterj. Ah ! 
2lha! Mtrj. Aha! 
2Inlbaum , ."• (-e«, ?;. -bnume) f. 
Elf En(irrd)b,inni. [bodkin. 

2lI)le,/-<P'--i') »"'; Pf'eker; [ipp.] 
ailjleiiiiindiEt,^ 
•lllllenfcljnues,^ '"' ' " '"" 
aSHjtftrfcJjC, /- (pi. -n. I. ■31(11. 
firfdie. 

2l|)m , / (P'- -en) 1- [S?nnbEl] ahm, 

rundlet. 1. [-TOnr.] draught. 

Slbnten, "• «. to gage, to gauge. 
Jlftnier, "■ l-«, p'.-' gager, ganger. 
Sllimig, ■"(;■■ - (D. ffSfTeni), contain- 

3ll)ming, ">■ <-«) i". aiiim No. 2. 

2iftn, -n. (-«, -en. pi. -en) 1. grand- 
sire, grandfatlier. 2. ancestor, forefather, 
-rn , forefathers, progenitors, ancestors ; 
ancestry; (IbEliaE -En, descents; LHMl I'iEt; 
lEl)ll -Ell , of fourteen descents 

2l&n , I 
2l6ne,i 

911) n Ell pro be, /. proof of nobility ur 
gentility. [(up)on ancestry. 

•21l)llEtlC'il)t , .1. prerogative founded 

911)11 en V eil) e , y. line of ancestors. 

<21l)nEnHl)lj , m. pride of ancestry. — 
tidj. proud of ancestry. 

•31 1) n E 11 1 ,1 i E I, / I'. (J) e frt) I e (I) t Ö t a fe 1, 

9ll)nEni,ll,l, / a certain number ot 
9JI)ll|t,lu, i f. gtandam. grand- 

9!l,nl)ttt, } .... I. f. •31l)n, No. I., 1. 

•31l)nDflIet,5^ 9(1) II unter, father; 
bet - beo ')K«nrd)enflEr,l)U-d)lä, ^er0^r(le(ite^, 
the father of the human race, of the 
Israelites. 

2lbnDen " " l- "> resent. <(Jine 
95tTiitluiiini - lu punish, l. \. -21 1) II en. 

2lÖnÖUng , / L resenting, resent- 
ment; punishment. 2. |'. 91 1) II U II g. 

'11 1) n b II II ,1 e I'r El, ati'j. free from resent. 



/.p/.-en. 



grandmothe 



2l!)»u-!:i 



iCfmct 



2(^nril "■ "■ teiiunc) - , '» have a 

i^ »t !) n e IE., my heart forebodes (a sad 
vci.c tic). — p. imp. 9i n I) n t mICK., 
y heart forebodes (that 1 shall never see 
.u ,., „recto; ti al)lll inic nidjti ®lltf». 



2Ibntnn 



Unfi 



42 



ma 






embliiig. 



m resemble; - iei)m , 10 be like, to re 
scmble; tai f(cl)t 11)111 -, ihat is (just) lili( 
liiiii. '2. - (u. iSffltiffEii , aii^Crurfcti), ana 
logous. analogical; -e ®licDet, [<Mlacl)r.; 

equal terms. 

^i!llUld)j)lcid), udj. [Qieüiu.] similar 
atftnliien, "■"■ <o bear similitude 

rell. aid)-, 10 make one's self like (loete.J 
mnÜä)ftXt,f. 1. likeness, resem 



E?, ». la 
[analogic, 



iU)Uli(l)teit6fltlint>, m analogism 
2ll)nlirt)fnt«ceacl,/^' analogy. 
■lllniluHf (irSfAIug, m. analogism. 
'KbllUng, /• presentiment, presage 

prtsagemenl. foreboding, misgiving. Cm. 

Il6l"e -en , ominous presagemenls. 

>ai)niiii(j6fr.ift, /. ( '.stnliy o 

ail) 11 1111 flauer nit' gen, ".^ presaging 

aHnilllfläUüll, adj. presagelnl. tul 

of presages, [liment 

91 1) n u 11 a « ( 1) e , ad/, having no presen 

2l()0vn, '". (-*, p'--" n">p'^ '■-"'<" 

ai)Otneil, <!<<;• (made of) maple. 

■U I) v II I n II iS , /• mnple-apliis. 

-21 1) or 11 J Ulf er, m. maple-sugar. 

Stjjre, J- <P'.-") t - (allies 5?n.i 

Sjtrn, '". (-6, p(. -e)j ft« , entrance 
hall; r. et)rii. 

^IjrC,/- ip'- -11) 1- spike, on ear «> 
corn. «heat, rye, harley), |!»i>t.] spike. - 
lefcu , to glean , to lease ; in -II |"d)lcCe|i 
to shoot into ears, to ear. 2. [g[)ir.] spic^i 



Ijt- 



^iireuilfd), in. alhel-in 

aijreiifijrniifl, adj. ; 
spikes, like ears of corn et 

äill)renft iid)t, / grain. 

4ll)rfnErnnj, <n. >vreat 
ears of corn etc. 



51id)ni,ie, n. r. 2Jid)e No. 2. 
-]lid)mEi|lcr, in. ga(u)ger. adjuster. 
«id)|lne, m. ga{u)ging-ro(l. 
altC^en, "• «• to siie; to ga(u)ge 
(casks etc.) . to measure; - (1). äd)iffell), 

21lid)(n)CX', «• (-«, P'. -) galmger, 

ältgctbecre,/- (p'- -i» f. ipeiocb 

2t0a6cmtCK., f. aicnCemUic. 

2lfclei, /• I. l«»r-] columbine. 2. 
lOdlll).] bleak. [acolyle. 

2ltOlutlj, -n. (-en, pi.-en)acolothist, 

SltotaftCV, '«(-*)-, I'D. -nein, n.. 
alabaster, alabaster-slone. SSoil 06er (llli!-, 
alabaster, made of alabaster. 

«Umbnllcrüil», n alabasler-lignre. 

flUilbnilerbrild) , >n. al.lUasler.qnarry. 

Sll(ll!ilrtcrl)riin,/. bosom as white as 
alabaster. [made of alabaster. 

gilntinllcrgip« , in. plasier 01 Paris 

•!llnb(i|lcrtiite , /. [-n.uiirfl.] wax- 
stamper, [who wnrks in alabaster. 

2llal) after cr , -«. (-0, p(. -> nnis, 

Sllafcaftern , «•'J- alabaster, (as, 

2llanen , >»■ p'- AUni. 

Ollant, "'• >-■-. p'- -" 1- I2>"1 'be 

inula, elecamp:,ne. i. |Od)tl).] chnh. cbevcn ; 
f. XMcftl'pf. 



2liavict), 1« (.-i.tti 
ailarm, '"■ <-cs,p'. 



2IIateVn,i"-»lale,n, evergreen pri 

maun, "•■ (-*, p'- -'•> alum. i);,i 

d)rv I'CiT iJt'flt'Oi:"'''' -. rock-ilnm; vfv. 



ifefiel, m.^ . 
.Pf.ini,e,/.r 



;::r,(^ 

lle,/- 



2l(ouncn, "■ «■ «> iii«»' ">• 

21tflUnit()t, «rf; alumish. 
21launig, <"'>■ aluminous. 
2111),/. alp. 

3libanien, "■ ^-i> iQSefot.j 

Albany. •itHj.UUCr, in. (.-i, pi. 
-ill 11) an Albanian. « 1 1) n 11 1 f d) , 

Sllbatvofjw "■ '-If''*' p'- - 

2lU'atV06,> l'"l).l albatros, 



aiU'c , / p'- 

2Jlt)cl(c),^p»i'i 



[«Dl-i 



^ ./■ 



c,|l m. 
5 aluM, 

MiJ,/.^ 

5' 



«l)reiilefer, m. 1 


;^;;-;;';"-7''-;'"Vainm-,uarry, 

*3lln,iiibriirt), in. ^„„ i,. 
•Jlliiuiiflriibe,/ ) ^ 


iiljrenleferinn,/. I gleaner, 
i^renminiiiur, ,n. 1 leaser. 


=Ul)reii|Mniiiiieriiiii,/.^ 


ailnuiiblumeii,/. p(. llowors of alum. 


Sljreii floppier, m. < 




9ill)reniUM'Pleriiiii,/.5 ^ ' ' 




■iihreiiii) titer id), m. pnrple-willow- 


alumina. 


herl,. (shoot into ears, lo ear. 




jifljren , .•• ... <» glean. Sid) - , .0 


ailniiii.j.ie. ndj. [(Serb.] dressed with 


äibrcn, "■ ". to plow. 


alum. [>vitli water. 


Sitftrig , '"';■ o" "n"?) fi^'o "• -- 


9llnuiloei|l, m. sulphuric acid diluled 


having short eic. ears or spikes. 


911.1 imoerbcr, m. tanner who dresses 


SUi,.n. ,-«,,,/. -oai. 


skins with alum and fallow. 


2li<*C,y- 'P'. -") 1. ga(u)ging, mea- 


9llniinl,nltlfl, ndj. aluminous, con. 


snriug, admeasuring; slamping, adjusting. 


laining alum. 


2. gaiioge. siandnrd. J. I9)?ii 1)1.1 water-gage. 


91lnllUhnil( ll , in. heap of alum-ores. 


ai:d)ellE,/. slandard.ell. 


911(111111)011, n. aluminous pit-toal. 


-illd)f,lg,n gainiging-casfc. 


2110 mil) litte, /. ainm-honse, alnm- 


>llu1).ltbül)r,/. gacu.gers fee. 


work. 



mbc,J- 'W- -»' if'i'i)- x'^m ^>ib. 
mbev , f. <vi. -»> t 

2llt>erbauiii, ■"■ (-«*, pi.-umme^s 

91lbe Nr. I. 

mibevHait, ■"')( r. 9iibern, 
mievteit,/ ^:iiberiii,eit. 
mbeviä), "< [e-iflriiu.) Aibenck, 

1 ÜllbeVn, adj. s.lly. fooHsh. simple, 
sottish, absurd, -ei. tiJelMjluiil} , -ri Seilil- 

low, a simpleton.— (idr. foolishly, sottish- 
ly. sillily. - rebeii, to talk nonsense. 

mbeni, "■'<■ 1. to talk or behave 
siUilv. 10 lalk nonsense. 2. lo dally. 

fMHjCrntlCit,/. silliness. soili.,hne.ss, 
t'oolisliness. Hiisnrdily. folly, simpleness; 
I (jj(. -eii) loll), loolery, silly action. 

?}l^'rt.^ f m. Iß-iani.l.l Albeit. 



mbve<^t,S 



^Ibe 



911bertiner, ^ about 2 florins. 

%l1}iaO§, »•■ 1>1- "Ibinos.f. Kiifrr. 

it, 'ajcipiiiin- 

SKlbiOn, ". ,-e, ? Albion. 
5MU'fd)0fe, I. Doniiemeiu. 
2ilt)llle, / tP' -"' IOrt)tl).J ablen, 
de'., 

mbüS, '"■ I- sajeippfeuiiifl. 
atlCaCC, '"■ >-".P'. -") alcaid.al- 
ide. [alcahest, alkahest. 

micahefi, ''^'if-'. "• (-''' I'^i*""-1 
21(calesccns, <-Jiif-), / [eoem.j 

2llcalc6ctrcnB, (^iif-), «*• leije-. 

le] alkalescnt. 
mieaU, r:M->,n. ,K -lei» [6l)eiii 



Rlkali.alcnli. gilKfitlijef -, volatile alkali ^ 
in ein- iietiunnttlii , fiii - locrben, fief) iii 
em - I'trrenneeln, to alkalify; ein - Ijen 
I'tTl'tmgeiiD, aikaligeiious. 

Sllcrtttmcter, i-aif-), .■. (-*, pi. 

-) [(?hcin.] alkalinieter. 

JllCalifc^, l-3llf-l/ „dj. alkaline, al- 
mcaUmfttf, Skali/ate. <UU,1. 
lif* i:i,id)fii. f. >!llc,ilifii:cn. 

mealinitdt, (311f->/. leium.] al- 
kalinity. 

2(tcoIt<trcn,caif-)..... leoem.] to 

alkalize, nicalizate. «1 1 en I i I'l r t , alkali- 
late. -Jllc,lli|-ltlin(l,/. alkalization. 

mdfemiXle, /■ (-»■> [«dm iion-s 

foot. [clilniy. 

2JI<^imiC, l-Jilrt'l)-), /. alchyn.y, al- 
2(ltt»tmifd),<ill(t)i)-i< ailj. alchymic- 
Sll^tmiflifd) , ^<al)7 alchimic- 

lah. alcliyniistictal) . aUliiniistic<al). — 

2ll*imi<l, >>!llrt)i,-), m. ,-eii, pi 

mC0i)0t, rJllf-), m (-«) [6l,tiu.] 
alcohol, -iir ng, -Ijnlriij, adj, alcoholic. 

/. alcoholiiation. 

mCOVan, cJIlt-), m. i-i) koran. 

'2(l&ermann, <•>■ aide, man tpl. al- 

mti, '". (3cf)if).l r. -Jlnint 
2IIeuttfcl), '••IJ- IWicor.] Aleutian. 
Aleuiit. 

2(lejrtnCricnw "■ [®"'or.) Aiei- 
2llejcan&ria, S »■"'"«• äiiej.ui. 

^ till Mil), Aleiandrian, [<Jiocf.] Aleian- 
drine , 51 1 e ): a 11 6 1 i n i (tt) e r SBerfi , 06. Cet 
Sllci:.! iiürtiiet, (!pDe|'. ] Alexandrian, 
Alexandrine. 

aiteXia,/ leiO«""-) Alice. 

2lIfanS, '»■ '-'•" l.l>auble. 2. noti. 

iUlüfCii. -et, Ml. a silly fellow, -erei, 
/. ipl. -tl\) foolisli tricks, silly tricks, 
silly, foolish Ijehavior; foolery, |". 91 1 6 ft lis 
l)eii; -etei treitieii, to play the fool, to 
play loolisli tricks. 

2llfrCiC0, <-fO, adv. - ntdleii, to 
paint .„ hesco. [fresco. 

2ItfrtV»")'V",)^',/ """""'° '" 

mfvei>,S 

'Jtlijarbtcn , "■ i-«) «ssetut.] ai- 



aljeliraictal). b) ado. algebraically. - t |t 

21 (flier, n- ISeDOt.] Algiers, -ifd), 
«!<;. Algerine. -er, m. (-«, pt. -) , -e. 
tliui,/. '))(. -CM) -\lgerine. 

3IIt6t/ «■ alil>i. B(i* - beroeiieii oi 
(jeiüefkii , [3iert)i«ipt.J to prove an alibi. 

3(Ucante, «■ ISeoür.J AUcam. 

aiUcantnjein, m. i-tt, pi. -o ah 
3IliinentenfleU, « i-tf. p'- -"■ 

;«t.ttSlDr.) alimony. (inentatioil 

alimentation, /• isietttsfpr.] an 
illimenttren , r. «. [Sietttsrpt ] to 

.•.^..„.ain. (sei,/. L 

Wtiavi, <". Adrianople-red. -I 



2111 

mit, '•'■ (-es, ;.;. -o lOtnttI).] 
2llfannO,/(«".lalkenna.(al,l, 



■ilK.utiiorourjel,/. alkenna. 

2tlfcrme§, »>• of- -eonfe 

■i, lJ.;i,,n-.li.l alkernies. 
JiltOüen, m. i-i, pi -1 ale 



13 



2tU, 



: iverOen , to be spent. 2. \. @bi 



^dv. 


3. f. 


liebe 


rnll. 4. 


(in comp 


all. 


-ill 


au 


rtnn 


11 t , nrf/.a 


ll-ackno» 


edged 


uuive 


rsally arki 


owledge 


. 




'311 
9J1 


Itio 
Icrt 


111 l,e 




(;. all-iner 


ciful. 


•Jll 


lief 


ii n 11 1 


, adj. notorious. 




411 


Oc 


eben 


1 , adj. a 


l-cheering 




älllbel 
ällloe 


lebi, 


'•*•■ 


beloved. 




■311 


1 De 


eti^ 


adi: air 


eady. 




311 


IDe 


elioe 


t , 111. 


[ßljnill. 


Äffte 



milflebieteiiD, adj. all-coimuauding. 


illlaffleiiranr'. /• u''iq"i'yr ""'"i- 


presence. -äbcteniier, in. ubiquist, ubi. 


quitary.ubiquitarian. 


■älllafflein«>irtia, adj. omnipresent. 


3lll(jelel)ti, adj. gm-ct>m(inii, a 


universal man. 


•JlUOemflci), adv. by little and little, 


gradually, by degrees. 


•lUlflenuafnni,^ adj. [iljenl.J all-suf- 


"JlllaeniiolMiii,^ ficient; D.i« -e <a3e. 


fen, the all-sufficient, -feit,/. [iljeol.J 


all-sufHcieucy. 


'31113 CO tier e 11, ad;, al'-praised. 


•3Illoeted)t, adj. all-just. Set-e, the 


all-righteous. 


•3lllOEtid)r, .1. judgment-day. 


«Ul Ige fa 11(1, m. chorus. 


•3lll<!en)alt, /. o.nnipotence, omni- 


potency. - i fl , odj. omnipotent, most pow. 


ertul, all-powerful. 


'MllgiiiiDta, nri;. all-gracious. 


'SlUfliiiierei,/. pantheism. 


'Jlllaöttetet, 1... paniheisi. 


'3lllOOtt«teiiipel, m. pantheon. 


'3111311 It i(J, adj. decisive in every 


case, of universal validity. 


'SllUjnl, 11. [Öl'I.J all-good, English 


mercury , good Henry. 


ail lOlUlfl,."*;. all-bountiful, all boun- 


teous , allkind. all-good. 


«UllDeil, 11. I'-atei.] panacea, sovereign 



m 



•3llll)ett,/. univcMsalily , totalil; 

-3llll)ettfd)en!., „dj. Hll-ruling 
jmmauding. [ 

411 11)1 et, adt: I. ere, in tliis pla 

'31 1 1 i .1 1) 1 1 1 ,1) , adj. annual ; - ,id 
ually, yearly, year by year. 

'311 If II It big, ndj. all-knowing. 



'31ilrl)iiet, S'" "'°'""- 
'3llllll.lri)t, / ..mnipotence. almight- 

»3111111 .1 i1)tl3 , adj. all-powerlul . al- 
mighty, omnipotent. 

•lUlinohliiJ , ud^. gradual, -udii.grad- 

siepbystep. gently, softly. (SS ii'ltD - 
■)?acl)t , '3lbeilD , night is drawing on . the 
day is gradually closing. 

•31 1 1 in u 11,1 t 1(1), adj. done or happening 
once a month oreveiy niontli, monthly. - 
adv. monthly, once a nionlli. every iiioiiih. 

«ailmiittet,/. ? nature Sie- tivH-, 
all-bearing earth. 

'3lllnäil)tlid), adj. done or happening 
every aiglit. — adv. every night, nightly. 

'3lllf d)te(f en , m. panic fear, a panic. 

>3l 1 1 I'd) t e t b e f n 11 iT , /. pasigraphy. 

>3llirel)enE>, adj. all-seeing. all-be 
holding. Bet-eci. e. ©ott) , all-seer. 

'311l|'e I tig, adj. universal. — iidy. uni- 
versally, -feit, /. uuiversality, iiiiiver- 

5111fe_lifl, adj. all-happy. 

every hour. - ..<(.>. hourly, every hour. 

'3111 Iilfliü, "''.'• Jo"« »'• liappeniiig 
every day, daily. - ib. JitDet.i , quoti- 
dian. — udv. daily. 

'3111 tiiolld) , adj. 1. daily . quotidian, 
ein -ti fifelb K. , every-day coat etc. 2. 
i common, trite, trivial, ordinary, -c i^ti 
rrild)tUll(ieit , comoionplace reflections, — 
ndu. daily, everyday -fetl, /. com- 

'3llltnoä = , (ill comp.) common, ordi- 
nary, trite, commonplace . every-day. -. 
dcnieitlllig, /. a common-place obser- 
vation. -fleirt)ld)te, /. a tale of every 
day. -3ef(t)l»ä9, «.empty talk, idle talk. 

face, -leben, «. everyday life, -s 
ineni'd), in. commonplace fellow, -lui?, 
in. commonplace wit. [integral. 

'311l»nifnf|-enD, ad;, all-embracing; 

.3lllnntf(iffer, in. ? all-enibracer. 

'31 1 1 11 in f (i) 1 i e (3 e n , adj. all-surround- 
ing, [2. common progenitor. 

'311UMltet, m. I. father ot all, God. 

>3llU'etflltrt)t, adj. cursed by all. 

'31 llbetlDljUet, in. one who recon- 
ciles all. or every thing. 

'311 1 UD lift) mm en, adj. all-pertect. 
-l)etl,/. all-perfectness. [rnl.ng. 

»aHlDnllenD, adj. all-governing, all- 

aillroeifc, adj. all-wise. 

91 1 1 lu e i 6 1) e i t , / infinite wisdom, omni- 
science, [knowing, all-conscious. 

'Jllliuiffeni^. adj omniscient, all- 



44 



9111 

It,/, omnis 
/. pretensi 



91IIJUfllti*,> 
>anjumnl, ] 



2lÄe,f. ^11 

2!nee, / 'C'- -"> alley , a»euu< 
2lttC90ntf(!^,a*-[®euar.] Alleghai 

eaii. -e (yebirge, Alleghaueau ridge; 

Allfgliauy . Alleglienny. 

aillcgationörcgcl, / i«tiii) 

alJigalion! 

äUeftOrte,/ '?'• -"> «Hegory. 

2inegOrtfd&, o</;, allegonccal). Bd 
-e, Cic -f Gicenfcbnft, allegorlcalness. - 
adr. allegoiically. 

SincgortfLrcn , »• «■ »nd .. « , 

»llegoriie. [goris 

SlUcflOrifit, •'•■ <-cn, pi. -en) all, 

aittcgrctto , "■ »nd "rf"- [*)»iiMf] 

allegretto. 

aiHCjjrO, I'.audarfu. (?J(llfif]alleg 
3lütin, to«;, but. 9?id)t -, fDuCei-ii 

apart, by itself. &r, (fie) 
lives by himself (by liers 



anetn, <i..<o,„p., separate, exclu. 
sive , absolute. 

91llein6efi^, m. exclusive, absolute 


possession. 

SllUinge 


fVtöA, ., ^ soiil 


3quy, mo. 


3111 


ei nr 


De,/. ^ nolo 


lie. 


3111 

^11 

4111 

supren, 


ttain 
eing 
e, u 


'""»■',,. a. 0,0 

«,<llt,/iudepeud 
controlled author 


eut power, 
ty or right 


of go, 

9(11 


eruiug 

einl) 


in a single persoi 
anftcl, im. mono 
uf, < le>nl,n 

rfni.f,) ben, lo e 
iiiljnnCelni.tic. 


poly. «1. 


^11 

>3in 

trade; 


dnfa 

»aiu 


isel rrei: 
ngro.ss the 
rEibcii, to 


moi.op 
nut ic. 


olize (sugar, tea etc.); 
31lleint)ant.el treibt, 


(Jinft, frr 
■. allein. 


IjSnI. 
"2111 

ai 


einl) 
einl) 
einl) 


[nopolizer, engrosse,. 

rt, ^m. autocrat, +aulo. 
ttfdier,') crater; monarch. 


ai 

archy. 
•Jill 


/. au 

ein^ 


ocrattix. 
ttf((,«ft,/:aulo. 

5,0, adj. adva, 


lageous or 



%\1 

2iaema{ft)l,"rf-Bt all times, at 
any lime, every time, always. - menn IC, 
whenever; ein für -, once for all. 

2lEcman&c, / (-n) amf-, 'Wuf.i 
2ll(l)cmannc , -n. (-n, pi. -m 

AIniain. -n, Aleinauni. 

2Jl(l)eman(n)ten, "• <-«> me 

@ei>gr.J Alemannia. 

2lttCnfatt«, "äv. 1. at any rale, at 
all events. 2. (= itlM) by chance, by ac- 
cident, perhaps, laolite id) - K. , in case 

'itkcnfottfig,/ .: '1,,,,., 
SUacnfäüta, S "' " 
SlHentftalben , "<<" in an places, 

aSiUcr, n't/. (/ -i'lle, >i. «nc«; pi. 
■Ullc) all, every; any; (1 1 1 e , p(., all. 41 lie 
«Belt, 411 1 eS, all the world, every body; 
nlle «JRenf(t)en rb. Scute, all men, every 
body; nlle aSeiDe , both of them; oljne 
nlle llrfntfte, without any reason; (lllf 
alleSDuelfc, in every way; ol)ne,illen 
Siueifel, undoubtedly; iai g-eft ub. bee i(i() 
n I lev heiligen, f. 4III er I) Ei It gen ; nor 
-en Singen, before every thing, before 



■ @ile 



with all speed; nlle breite. Xiigeic, every 
ihird etc. day etc. ; nlle Onl)re !C. , every 
year etc.; ©ineni mil n 1 1 e r ©eiMlt (Jtrona 
nllf^rillge^, to obtrude etc. forcibly upon 
any one. f. Oeiunll. - ». 4llle, pi., all; 
4111 ciS, all. @ic411le, all of them; mein, 
unfet QUI ob. 4111 es, my all. our all; 411= 
1 e ä in 41 1 1 e m fein, to be all in all ; 41 1 1 e 
für ©inen uno Cfince für 411le, [JpnnDel 
IC.] solidarily, all and singular, collectively 

4lllctbe(l, adj. best ot all, very best. 
Dnö gefnilt inir am -en, I like that best 
of all. 

4111ercl)ci(lliri)fl, adj. most ciiristian. 

41 1 1 e r C n r (1) I ii 11 d) t i ft (er, e), adj. most 



41lle in(elignind)enö, ad 
°4llleinfpiel, ». [^Wufif 

Sldeinig, "* »»'y- 

unique. Crc -e(Sitt, the one 

eiclu.si<ely. -feic, /. (Xl)e(il 1 

aillelUJa, " allelMiah; 

lujnl). 



lergetreiien,; (ei 
lerglüubigrt,) fai 



first of all. 3u 
tally. 2. just no 

|1 ,^ (er, e) "''/. ni 
Ihful. 



«üdje; 



rj, n. all-sp.c 

igil, lec, e, e 

, indect. adj. 
variety Ol et< 



adj. 



■!llltrl)eiliGen, [fintl). i!ir(l)e] all- 
hallow, ;.|1 hallows, all-saints(-day). 2ie 
3rit llin -, all-liallow-tide. all-hallown. -i 
b(ii,/. [«Mei'gr.l AI|.saints-bay.-l)OI j, n. 
Brasilwood of All-sainls-bay , log. wood 
campeachy-wood. 

4lllerl)eiliajl (er, e, eä), <■<*>. most 
holy. 3(1« -e, 1. ISibel] the Holy of Ho- 
lies, s.iuctuary. 2. [Stfltl). KiritieJ f. ^TiHW 
lUnnj. 

4lllerl)6d)ft((r, c, e«), adj, mo^t high, 
highest of all. Sec -e, the Mosl-higli. 

4111 erl)üd)rt, adj. -, am -en, highest. 

4llleclti, adj. of all kinds ur sorts, 



91 (f 

4111er I et, n. salnisg'Jüdi. hodge-podge, 
hotch-potch. Iiolch-pot. Sin - Don J^Ietfd). 
salmagundi. 

4Illerl«^t (re, t, eS), adj. last of all. 
- ndv. 3n -, last of all. 

411lcrlicbfi ler, e, ti) adj. 1. dearest, 
nio.st beloved. 2. delightful, most charia- 
Ing. very engaging. - adv. delightfully. 
■TOir i(l bu« nut -en, I like that best of all. 

4lllerm(inn«l)(ir»lf(<!, m. (»ot.] the 
long-rooted garlic, niandrake. 

4111ermnnn»l)ure,// common pros 

411lctn)eU«^ure, \ titute. 



411 



f 955llifl, @nnj. 
1 e r m (1 6 e n , runj. «lie 



adj. 



chiefly, especially, parlicniarly. 

41llernnd)|l <er, e, e«), adj. next, the 
very next. — adv. I. next door, close by. 
hard by. 2. immediately. 3. f. Soeben 
er ft. (»fall 

4inerneue(l (er, e , c«) , adj. newes.. 

41llerfd)led)teft^ (cr, e, e«), ad,. 

4lllcrfd)limmfl 5 worst of all. 

4lllerfd)5nfl (er, e, e«), adi. finest 
(Of all). (i-day). 

41llerfeclen, (Anil). Rird)e) all-souh 






thent 



41llecii 



igft 



.St humbly. 
0. every wl 



41 1 1 e r ro n r t 6 , ..,. 
roughout; f. Ilebernll. 
411lermegen, ade. f. 41lleivege. 
4l(leci»eife|l (er, e, ei) , adj. wisest 
if all). [politlsm. 

4lllec melt« bürg er fd)nft,/ cosmo- 



911le 



every body; cosniopolile, cosmopolitan. 

4111erroeniflfl (er, e, et), adj. least 
of all. 41m -en, least of all. 

SlUerbingS, "dr. l. perfectly, quite, 
entirely. 2. of course, undoubtedly, by all 
means, certainly, surely, to be sure, surely. 

amcfammt, adv. altogether. 

[Dertl.] always. 3. in every way; quite. 
4. I'. 4llleiueilc. 5. On -, undoubtedly. 

tably, assuredly. 

^Uewtile, adv. (just) now. 

aiUe^ftt, »dv. always, at any (every) 

^lUC^emtin, adj. I. general, con., 
mon, universal; public; - (u. Sran(l)eiten), 
epidemic. - in,id)en, to genenilije; ein -et 
jpclltntttel, panacea, sovereign or universal 
remedy, catholicon; iin -en, generally, in 
general, (up)on the whole; bie ■)}2eni'd)en 
im -en, the run or generality of mankind; 
Bil» -e, [Soflif) the abstract, -adv. gene- 
rally . universally, -glniib«, m. Catholi- 
cism. - 1 fl U b t , «•(). catholic. - 1) e 1 1 
/. 1. generality, unive.sality. 2. common 
f. (SemeindeJt. -matftung, /. 



^nnianj, / <P'- -en» alliance, league 



21U 



Siaiflation , / [äinti).] aiiigmi 

'MUtjirCn, •>• «■ 'O alligaie. 



JlUiircn 



liy. Sec 911 



JlEitCrOtiOn,/ (eitamm] allue- 
"IJIHinanCC) /^^ l-n. -tn> common 
2lUinan6, [• Uand), cominon pro- 

ülUmcnfc ,) p"iy; i- efniems» 

i i 11 III , n. allodium ; f. >21 1 1 C I «I g u t. 
^UoCial, "* allodial, t allodiao. 
^lUlloDialerbe, m. lieir to an allodial 



estate, treeliold (-estate), liee leiienieut. 

2tUuöiren, ■> " '<• aiiude. 

aittuftOn,/ allusioD. 
iUtlUöiOn,/ alluviuin, alluvioo. 
2iaXU,«<io. to„;.„omucl.. 
'l|lljufrud)lt>,ir, adj. over-fruillul. 
>aililialtlCt), «<(<• all at ouce, all to- 
gether. 

■aiUuflto^.ody.over-greal. too great. 
*Ulliini1(KI))l, adv. one and all, all- 

'ailjUDUl,/ ^^^ ^^^ ^_^^,_ 
ailjufeljt,) 

älllJUjärtli*, ■"<). over-fond. too 
laud. 

Slhnagi-a, >■• Spanisl, l. own-red. 

2llinnnact), '"■ -«, pi- -" »'"-a- 

iiactk;. [aluiandilie. 

>2lhnon&innit'in, "■ (-«, c' -o 

2lhnei, "'■ l-WMallutij.] «lilte tmiy. 

ällmcr,.' r- g.iniBiUin.. 
SlhnoKn , "■ i-f, ?'■ -> »'■■'«> «^'-a- 

tilj. Ulli cm - Ullcll, to beg charity; - 
geben (einem), to bestow charily upon 
eio.; Eeiite, ^Rannet, die nun - ledeii, alms- 
people, alms-nien; piupers. 

■a 1 111 D \e n (1 in I ,n. almoury , alms bouse. 

ällniDfenlJtutet,) 



»illincreutnileii, ln^, 



ailinoreiiae 



m. collector of 
>s-baskel. 



31IIIIK 

all iiiO|"eii|)|lege, /. almonry. 

'illlliofenpfleoec, m. almoner, over- 
seer of the poor. [alms. 

ailnioienf.uiiinlet, m. gatherer of 

U I 111 c I'e II I'll m III 1 u II fl , /. gathering of 
alms, a subscription. 

51 1 111 t> fe n |1 1- cf , m.alnis.boi,alms-stock. 

ailraofcnicr, "■■ ^-i, pt -'> f- -^i' 

111 Bit 11 PI lege I-. 

2llOe,/- ij»'. -") '• [35b>-] -. Bii- DEt 
- B a u in , «loe. 2. ['^Sljntiii.] aloes. - tiit< 
Ijaltiiit, pra -, mit - I'etfi?!, aloetic, aloet- 
icali Die nur - verüble ilrjeiici, aloeiic. 

•Jlu-e,-.u»jug,^ 

>;iueej:tcafi,5 

äll»c0Bli, n. aloes-noud. Da* 'JjiitOi 



[•litl.irm.] 



Ciec 



lUu eiiiiiiel, K. aloetic. 



3llp 

211», "'■ .-fi.p'.-« i">Mibus. 

mare. [uighi 

-lllpDrÜtfeU, II. oppression 

aipill.lDtdjeil, ti. lairy-stone. 

gnome. 

>uipid)i)e,/ f„, „„, 
aiipiicti.,)'" '■"'*■ 

ailpjopf, I«, plica; I'. SUentn'c 
211», /• '-Alp; r. aipen. 2. 
pen Nr. 2. 

ailpBnlj-am, in. (««.j dwarf rt 
9llpiorElle,/. char. 
-aipl^aDn, m. f. äluetl)nl)ii. 
*31lpljof, m. farm on the niouni; 
aipljorn, II. alpine lioru. 
-aiptrnut, n. [Sbi.] hemp-agi. 



-Kl 



i,t.. 



Id), "I. r- ifi- 

lie,/, f. Sr 
e, /. l^oi. 



iülpuplf, n. i. -'Ilpciipplt. 

2II»en, /• V'- 1- IffifBgt.] the Alps. 
Sic(Teiis , ieiij'eiri Set liegen:' bDcc s'lfflf"/ 
cisalpine, transalpine. 2. pasluiages on Ibe 
Alp. 



•aipenampfer, m. l$ot.j bastard ilm- 


3u flHi, - ^nB er Icriieii niDtftre, too p 


'aipeuBaihim, w. f. 'lllpBair.ini. 


to learn; et i|U" )"»(). - ^a» er Ms 


iU 1 p e 11 B ä 1 1 a p p , '". ISBtu.] heath-moss. 


fen iDllte, he i, too young for knov 


•jllpfllBeifUB, ".. [»ct.J mountain 


that. 


wormwood. 


2Il0b0lÖ, ;-<rf"- 1- p.esently, iu 


aipenBciPBl,ncr, m. <J. -imv an in- 


2ilfobatb ,^'"''1). foribwith,di 


labitaut ot ihe Alps, mountaineer. 


ly. 2. as soou as. 


aipenBlvfe,;. dwarf birdi-tree. 


2IlöÖonn, ..do. then 


ailpeiieiS, n. Alpine ice. 


mit,/- ipl. -'» >l'ad; (. -JllPrL 


iUlpenaalllcBlllel, m. Alpine sow- 


2tlfcbcrrc,/-(-M)r. siieBee 

2I.Ifcn,«. f.ffiecmu.l,. 


ihistle. 


ailpengeBiigc, ... the Alps. 


2llfC, <'äo. thus, ,.o. so much, in 


■•llpellgfllirtl,.... l»t>I.] Alpine bugle. 


manner, so far; \. 3 p. - t.tfi :.., so i 


!illpeill)ilBld)lBtvailI, ... Alpine 


Bee <)>t)aci|'äec Betete -, the Phaiisee p. 


lawk.weed. [tain ciowfoot. 


thus; die &(i(t)c i'ci-|),ilt fid) -, a i|l Be 


31 IP eilt, a Oil en (US, .... 1»«.] u-oun- 


the thiug sunds thus. 


-311peiU)e(e,tOe, J. becd of cai.le oi, 


ÜllfO, conj. tben. consequeutU, ll 



ilipiet Nr. 2. 



ailpelUlee, .... Alpine trefoil, 
aipellfraljc,./. Alpine crow. 
21lpen(cau[,n. Alpine slachys. 
ailpcnmaiK,; - .„j,^,,,,,, 
»Ulpeiitaite,j 

3IIp en 11101)11, '«• Alp.ue poppy. 
31IP enpa ß , .... pass of the Alps. 
»JllpenraBe, .... heimit crow, sol 



•aipe 



ISut.J Alpiue lad). 



,t .... I'Bn.] Alpi. 

S pl,»Ml..,U 



2llt 45 

äl»lcr, ". (-f, Pl.-) 1. f.'Jllpeii. 
e trrl) ilfv- ■-. Alpine shepherd. 

m»ba, n. alpha 

2(f»J)nfcct, "• (-«. pl. -f) 1- alpha- 
et. 1. lilip-1 alphabet. 

illpl)aBelfd)IPB,)..lellei-|.adl(.ck. 

2lI»6at)Cttfcfe, "dj. alphabeticialj. 
II -erOl'Bnuug, in alphabetical order. 

o(fi». alphabetically. - orPiii n , to ar- 
inge alphabetically, to alphabet. 

2llt>b0ng, »■. [eigenii.] Alpl.onvo. 

^JUraiUI, ">- (-ti,pl. -t> ISor.] man. 
lago.a, maiidi.iUe. 

2llraUnC, /• ^Pl. -lO l- a prlesless 

!ss, witch. 

2Il6, cuiij. 1. a I cii.Kli lUiupatatipeii) 
inn. öil-ÖBEl- - ;c. , greater ihaii etc. b) 
= roie) as. So iptl)-:c., (as) led as eic. ; 
)eiiio (gtog :c.) -, a» etc. as; eOeii fo \tt)t 



111 Bcr Sigcufdiaft ci 
pacify of. 4. — , oB. 



•illfpfot'. '•<'''• I- äofott, «ooglei 
2llftCr,^/- iP'. -ni Ihe magpie; 

mt, ." '-''■ -i> [-"^"iifj ""» 

tenor), alio. Dee Ijotje -, the first or 
ailiaeige, /. altoviola. viol; al 



■Jl I I f 



, .... /WiiflfJ all 



2Ut,""..7')UaÜr°""""' 
21lt, o*V- and ado. i.eump. aliec, super 
fllieile) 1. old. aged; it. üld(en;, anli^ui 
ancient. ~e (l}eippt)nl)eueii, old customs, eii 
-e ®ei«Ol)lll)eit, .. custom of long »landing 
em -EC 3tDit, »u old coal; -e Seiieii, a. 
cieul times; Cie -en äiönict, llie anciei. 



2llt 



2Ut 



- (iHMu »icr ic.i, ■itale. ^ (i.oiii «Ubtr 
fllniibiii K.i, inveierate. rv i|1 nod) iiimie 
bet -c. lie is still tlie same; id) bleite dein 

fid) - nind)eii, to grow old; - luerCeii (w\ 
Sfld)CU), to grow stale (or rusty), to witlicr 
to fade; ein 3(il)i'-, fieben OnljtE -, ' 
year old. seven years old ; ii>ie - ifl ct 
how old is he? bdi ifl itron« -e6 , this i 



low ! old boy! ^ll;-e, i 
^tiiiijqciDbljnr, - ncrlinit, 



fel 



aid. Pro» 



II fiiiifleii, IP jiuirfdjeni eif 31111. 
her. like son; -e giirtlCe ffiligt 

itli cliafF "i. i - tliim, to give 



Slltbarfeii, J 
ailtoebn(ten,S '• 

9llt(>CfillUlt, ndj. 



= C<.fli 



«dj. 



Mltflirfer, / m. cobbler, mender of 

?lltlnpper.S old shoes, clothes etc.. 
botcher. [-, f. aitlllDBlfd). 

■ilirirtinf ifd), «dj. 1. Gaulish. 2. 1 

9lltfLh-llll0, adj. old-fashioned. 

911 tflCCiellt, adj. veleran. (5-ill -ct 
©016(11. veteran, veteran soldier. 

5U(tgeUI)rfn 111 frit,/, philology. 

911 rq el e!)r I e, in. a philologer, philo 
ogist. [man. 

•Jlltoeroäiibler, m. f. grüblet. 



aitgl 



-lirtljnnMct 
9ntl)eit,/. j 
«llltherfiMiiii 



the old 



911 tf lug, adj. knowing. 



9lltmobifet), ( adj. oU\, 
91ltDntcrifrt),i amique 

rococo, -adv. in an antiqu 

SKtmuriei:,/. f. ötru^ 



[Ul)tia. 
f. 9(fc()i. 



911tl)ilter, III. I. grandfather, senior; 
f. öicoeuntet. 2. f. ® tniiniiuntcr. 3. 
91ltLi(itct (bet ctfleii fiit(f)e) , Father»; 

91ltl>ätenld),/ >id/. old-fashioned, an- 
«ItunteiMid),^ tique; f.91l tm Db ifd). 
911 tuntetlid), nii;. of our forefathers. 
91 1 1 V e r t r (1 II I , n'J/. of old acquaintance, 
intimate, as from old acquaintance. 

91|[ll)(lffet, It. that branch of a river 
which was once the main branch. 

iiier; il. gossamer. 

mltan, m. i-t6,pl. -e< ll..t loül (.to 
walk Olli, platform; balcony, (openi gal- 
lery, terrace. 

Stltar, "■■ i.-i, pt. -I'lre) Idim. 911 = 
tnid)tii, 9lli(irleiiii altar; [rt)vi|ll. Sirdje] 
altar, communion table. Bet l)lil)e -, high 

91IC(itbefle ibuiid, /I altar-cloth. 

9llt,irtiid), .,. S clo'li- 

>2llt.U'blld), »1. agenda. [ing^ 

-11 It (It 111, (m. allarist, he that 

-JllIiltDienet, j ministers at the altar. 
91II(it(jclll,i(l))lbe, n. altar-piece. 
9111 n rot itith«'. "• altar-furniture. 
9lltiivgefd)itr(ei, n. pi. altar-plate, 

911t(ltfcrje, j: a wax-t;,per on tiie 

9llt(U-flli(f, n. allai-piecc. 

91lt(lt|lMfi',y. step of an altar. 

mte, m. (-11, p(. -11) t3d)II).] chub. 

^Ite ,J. oldness, old age, quality of 
being old. Die - be« SSiete« ic, the siale- 
nessof beer etc. 

mteln, ".I- l.tog.ow oldish or el- 



mtClX, '•■ "■ f. ailtetll. 

2(ltcnthetl, n. (-ie,,.(. -ei f. 9iii^ 
n I b 1 11 G f. 
2llter, "■ (-f. p'- -) 1- «ge. 3,1 

bliilienbe -, the prime of life ; 0,10 (SCclt. 

of my age; b,l6 llllllliillbioe -, under-agi 
non-age, minority; b(i« iiiiuiDioe - erteid)t 
Onbcil, to have attained (one's) majority 
to be of (full) age. 2. X}(lt -, l)<)l)e - 
great oi- old age, oldness. 3. antiquity. D,li 
- (eines Sfcdjio Jc.i , ancientness. 4. SBon 
-Ö l)et , L'bt -f , in old(en> times, ancient 
ly, ot old. lornierly; beni (l)ijl)ern) - und 
(ju K. beted)tii)t) , (entitled to etc.) by se 



91lttüinird), adj. 
9lltf(i)U(let, m. a 



Did age 



Ifle,/. 



StItCr, «ttj. (and comp, of 91lt 

2lltcrtren, >'. refl. (Sid) - 



f^lterli*, nd/. parental. 

9tltcr(n)muttcr, ; (-.nünen 

.reat-graiidmother. 

3tltern, «. i>' pa, ems. 

91ltetllH)e, adj. parentless. orphan. 
(Jill ,lltctllll)fe« filllb, an orphan. 
9ilicrnloiiflfeit, /. orphanage, o,. 

2tltcr(n)öOtcr , ™ i-«, vi- -t.i. 
intern , »■ «■ '■ '« gio«- om. j. t 

10 decline, to decay. 

2lltfrnOti», ^dj altemalive, alie- 
nate. - .../„. alternately etc. -e,/. (p(. -ii) 

2lltfrniren, <■' " - nut ic ,, 1.1 

ililtCVtftum, "■ i-es, pi. -il)ijnicr, 
I. 1= (lire Seiten, antiquity. t>iM t)eibni|"i1)c 
-, the ages of paganism. 2. anliq.iiiy, an. 

4. (e>cicd)ifd)cic.)9lltetll)iiiiic t, antiqui- 
ties. Die Siebl)«6etei flit 9ll te ttlj li ni ct , 
antiqiiarianisni. 



iSfDt 



ntiqu 



lit,/./ 



e,S,|,i 

/. a,, 



1 <f , 1 



«lltetäpflegc,/. [■'BteB.) gerocomy 

9lltct«tcife,/. puberty. 

9III et(«)i'(SU'ä(l)c, /. iveakness of o 



2lltertftlimCtCi, / antiquarianism. 

2lltcrtftümlcr, ">■ (-«, p' -> «n- 

[jiiariaii, antiquary. 
2llterttlÜmÜt^, «*• antiquarian. 

n» -c, iiU -e 9liiefel)eii (einet 'Siaftfe), 

Silte^ie, "d;. (and sup. of 91lti old- 
it, eldest; most ancient. Det -, the eld- 



illth(e,S mallow, -n nil be, great- 

2iain, I«, (-ef, pi. -ti OfniT «finij. 
itefen] altm. 

mitift, m. (-en, pi. -en,/ f. 91 I t. 
ailttftinn , / tpl. -en, Vnnget, 

«ältlt*, -"IJ elderly. Oldish. 
_ 2llu5ct, I" (-«> mem.] aludel, f. 
1^ u b I 1 111 i 1 1 k^ p f. [inarlst. 

Sllumnus, •"■ fpi- -nm pup»- «em- 

2ll^ffe , /■ <P'. -ni l»''t] mad-wort. 

91 1 1) r f e n f t n u t , n. [»ot.] I. mad- 
won. 2. nettle. hemp , red dead-nettle. 

3l)n, P"P- (= on '""> *• *"• "'' "' "i« 
etc., by the etc., on the etc. 9}(ll)e (im !C., 
close by or near the etc. ; — nut ^ofe , at 
court; - (äpnilinge, (nn)sunday;- l)Clltl: 



_ 


Mint, 


n the eve 


liiig 


-e:ibe, intheeiid. 


at 


engli, 


at l,is. -, - 


'ffia 


n, -J?iiM-i.i.,o„the 


M 


in, Hu 


dsou ; ijf 


iitfi 


ri(iiii-)K,iiu,n/-3i., 


Fr 


lucfor 


Oil the M 


lin. 


2. - «Jnile,., most, 


the most 


; - erfi 


en, 


first, in the fi.st 


p! 


ce; - 


iBeilni, b 


est; 


- aSeiiiflilcn, least, 


th 


least 


- «Uii.jeiicDinileii ic. , ilie most 


pl 


asantc 


y)etc.:eti|l- 


-'JDetilflilenimoliicf 



- aii-il iHin, least of all. 

2(mtti'0ttent»irn(c),/ <p' 

2(mnlgama , i »■ leijn».: 
2iinalgara, «-s'i gam. 
2lmalgamircn , '■■ ■■ leni 



'2linalte,/ Ameha. 
ÜtmanUCnfiö, "■ amanuensis 

iUmarant(6), '"■ i. 1«m.] 



'JlinareUe , /• if- -») («".] 
21majone,/ (pi.-m i. Aman 



•llm.llOllcllflllG. t m 

'Jl m ti ) p n e II M r o in ,5 Aman 
Maranon. Daju (icl)i'rifl, Ann« 

«iHUlJOUClllj.lfl, nrf; Ama, 

■iliiiajoneiitlfi!', 
dress, a (riding-) haljit. 

aiuin joneiiflein , m. Ama; 
common fel(d)spath or fel(d>spar 

Mmiaäft, r. -^imr. 

[Dicibisfpr.) an office wherewith 
lord invests a person as witli a I 

SljntrtffaSc K.K., f. g 

|Cl).itru-. :c. 



/ lOrilirl).] ama 
m. [(Jici'.jr.] ili( 



adj'. 



2(mt)e , y- (?(• -ID [Sottetifii] twG 

3lmt»Cr , '"■ <-*) Hmber. Sliirfiaer -, 
liquid amijcr; o""" -- ambergris ; flelbei 
-, yellow amber; t'oii -, «Umdcc . . ., -fnr: 
blQ, amber-; itiit-rnu(f)erii, Mirrf)t(iii(i)eni, 
to amber; tt'r ijllrf)^ - , black ambergris j 
^ct iSt'iJCl -, white ambergris. 

«imberbuft, I m. the fragrant odoi 
•ilmbcrflerllt^,^ of the ambergris, 
fragrance, (sweet) perfume. 



WiVahXCi., m. 1. 31 111 Der. 

3lmtn'0§ / < , A ^ 
2imt>roftuS,i '"' " "' "" 

ilml'VOfia, '■ ambrosia. 
iluilT.ri.lfro.lt, ( „. [-Bi-t.] ami 

91 111 6 r 1-1,1111,1 II De 111, f. pl. ambros 

2lmbrOftfcl> , i-lj. ambrosial. 
2lmbrOftanifc^ , adj. Ambrosia«. 
2tmbulOnCC, /■ (-id Seld-hospltal, 

Seld-laiarelh. 

2tmeifC, /• ip' -11) (dim. ameiSeteii 
älniei«leill.ant. emmet, f pismire. Sie iveigi 

älilieifen b,ir, m. 1. the little black 

-amcueiiei, .1. ant-egg. [No. 2. 

aimeh-enfteriei:, m. 1. -.'1 111 e i fe 11 1. ,1 1 
sUmeifeiil)(iuteii. ,n.( ant-hill, ant(s',- 
91iiiei|eniie|l, .1. ) uest. 
•}lmeifciii,ifler, m. f. 91 in c i fe 11 b ,iv 
No. 2. (formica leo. 

>UmEtreii|)iippe ,/. f. aiiiiei feiiei. 

aimeifeiifaiuc* ä.ilj , [(Jljciii.] lor- 
niale. [acid. 

-iliiieifeni.iiire, / ((i|,tm.i form-c 

atmcIfOl-n , " >-e-". pl. -fonurj a 
sind 01 .s|,.k [St.itfe. 

2lmeJmefjl , » i-cf < sia.ci, , ,■. 

SlmCn ! l- amen! so be it ! 2. i - 
,11 le. iVrcauil, to consent 10 etc. 

HmCVita , «■ [(SePijr.] .A.,nerica. 

ican. -nifril, adj. A.i.erican; -111(d) 111,1, 
2lmctbt)ft- , '". ^-ti, pl. -I) mine-. 

■nlO.J amethyst. 

»'l 111 e I li I! \\ c II f ,1 1 b i 0, adj. amethystine. 

2ilMtaUt(tl), m. (-U, pl. ~t, ami- 
inthlus).earlh-tlai, mountain flai.asUeslos 

91 111 1 ,1 11 I (h I f S r 111 i <3, adj. aniianthi torn. . 

9lnii(ilit(l))(lttio, adj. ainianthoid. 
aiilli,lllt(l))illit, m. amianthinile. 
91lllinilt(^. Olb, m. amianthoid. 

'Kntibon, "• <->;•) .-t.irch. 
_2lmraann , »>. (-(e)« , pi. -mnn, 

[SxOaieiil .\inman. 

2lmmeifter , '"• <-s, pi -> ci.ici 



aim be 



aiiiit 



ird), 

crfr en- 
erf V nil I 
erfM,jcl 



*ild basil, 
lusk-ball. 



9,iiU.erfi,iii.e,/.; „,^ 

aimberilr.iiid), m.^ 

2(mbtttOn,/- ambition; (-.(S-fjrflei j. 

JUmbO^ , >"■ (-e*, pl. -i) I. anvil. 
(Jill >?,liiS-, a small anvil; ber jiBeiljijniii 
fle, iiueifpi^i.j,: -, ,3a'ei|-;u^-, Jporn-, a 
rising anvil; in Slc§ eines -ti , \. -|1p(f. 
1. [Jin,«.) incus. 

•]llllboBf(f)lllieb, in. blacksmitli. 

3lmboei1i>(f , m. stock of an anvil, 



agisi 



. Grand Ba 



2tmme, / ^pl 

eine -, bie elii Jiinb ,iiifiieljt, oljne il 

»ru|1 JU tei(t)cn , dry nurse 

aiiiiiitcninnl,c(f)en, ». nursery-i 
Slniiiieiiiuircf),/ milk of a nurs 

31111 meniln be. f. nnsery. 

2lmmei, m. i>?oi.j bisUop-s 

bull-wort. 

31ilinieif,lnic(lli, m. seed of ihf 

aaimmetmeljl, r 3iineiinei)i. 
2linmer, / ^pi. -n. i. - oJin 

linfll (Orn.tl).] yellow hammer, bu 
2. lO.irtenf.] morel. 3. -n, pl . hot ; 

SlmmOniaf, m. (-*> amn 
tnmouiac, volatile alkali, t aniniony 
id), udj. animoniac(al). 



47 



Slinmonit, "' (-m, pi. -em, ^tn- 
mon&fd)neäe , f 'pi- -m mib ^m- 
monshorn , " -t?, pi -muD i&eoi.] 

ammoni.e. (monium. 

2immunium , »■ (-«> [eijeni.] am- 
3lininunttit>n , /. i-wiiii.] ammu 



aimnCftiC, /. amnesty, act of obli- 
vion. ■Ulloenieiiie -, general pardon, 
'ilinneiliebefret, n. act of oblivion. 

2lmor, "I- (-«-' [-TCDti).] Cupid. lOod 

of) Love. 

2lmortifation , / amoniiation. 

redemption . liquidation. 

9liiiottif(ition5f,iC(-e,/./ sinking. 
31mbVti|-ntion6fDnb, n.\ fund 
iUiiu>rtiration«f(f)eiii, »1. bin of 

2lmOrtiftren,J "• «. 'o redeem. 10 
UtmOl'tirCn , ) liquidate, to sink. 
Ülmpei,^ 'C' -ID lamp. 
MmVfeV, '"■ i-si [&'I-J sorrel 
«mpfer-o,inni, m. sorrel-tree, 
■umpferfrniir, .,. dock. 

2imijfttl'ium, « ^ <-*, p' -iieiD 

5lll1HjI)ibiOn , JiSi'OI.J ampliibinm, 

^mpi)ibieni)aft , ) adj. amph, 
2Cm*.bibif*, [wous. s,.s-e, 
2lm)>bib«enarttg,) amphibious. 

[brachiys). 

2lmvbibrad)t)§, m. (^(»ei-.j a,.,phi- 
2Cmt)bictooncn, '«■ pi [nt.eitie. 

(f)eiil.] Aiuphictyons. 3ii ben - gelji'tiij 
9Impl)lctDPlll((l) , adj. Amphictyonic , 
bet 3i,ltl) bee -, Amphictyonic council. 

iUm^diinacer , ". (-« [inei-.; 

amphimacer. 

^mWxthiaUv , »■ <-«, ?'• -i 

mpliithealre. ampliiilieater. 3ll einem - 
e!>«.,j, ■ilmphitl!e,itr,ilir,1), nrfj.amphi 

2Ira»)utatton , /■ ip' -en, [eijir.] 



2lm*utti'en, v- «• [eiur.j lo ampu- 

5UmfCl, /■ <P'- -n, (Ormtl)-) black- 
id. t ou.el. 

«imi-elbeete,/- 1. fireiijbtere. 
3lmfclmBPC,/. black tern. 
2(int, ". (-tf , P'- 5lmten (dim. Siiu, 
en , 'Ümiletni 1. charge , place , office, 
ipoiiitnient, employment; magistracy; it, 
ncern. business, call, (vin - 6etleibeil 05 
pcriu.ilieii, einem -e I'Dtflclien, to hold 0/ 
a office ; (Sineiii eiii - ilbettnigeii , to 
appoint one to an office ; ppii -S tuegeil, 
ally! iu,i6 beiiieö -co ni(^t 1(1, b,i l,ijs 
!i aSbrroi^, don't meddle with vihai 

that is no business of yours. 2. 
:e ; divine service , office ; [i!,Ul). 
jiiriljej divine service; mass; iai Jpe.1) -, 
[Sntl).J liigh mass, grand mass; tni - 

or celebrate mass; DM - beä 2Bl'rtf«, 
red ministry, ministry of tlie gospel. 3. 
administralion of justice, of a public 



48 



2lmt 



domain; (a public) domnin ; (£rel<-, Ober 
c.) - jurindictlon (of an amman), baili- 
wick, b) board. couDcil, court, oflice. tiA« 
- ^et ©tEUKii , Steuer - , custoniof6ce, 
board of custonn. 4. (»hrfct., «DfeSflcr., 
ilfdjier. IC.) -, coni|)any. guild, corporalion. 

älmtti, /. ipl. -tn)( court; office; bai- 
>ilmtl)(l"* ' "• S '■"'' •■•"«. '«>•'«* 

of the bailiff, aninian or .ifward. 

^ntten, I "■ "• "> perform Ihe 

Slmtiren, Oi) appropriate dutie,ol 

ail office, to act at an officer in his office. 



«Umtfrau,/. f. «mtmniinin 

■Umtfrei, ..rf>- prirale . not 
uilh public olfice or employment, 
«ilhout employment. 

91111 tflc 16, n. [«etijteipr.] moci 
for certain fiefi. 

<!1 111 1 1) nil « , n. f. sUiMiei. 

amileute, pi. v. 91 m tiiinii ii. 

Slllltlirt), a(V. official; ministe 
qScrroil, magi.slrale. — adv. officia 



Sir 



«di. 



oiitofoffice. without employment; privat 
f. 91111 tft et. 

91 111 t U> f ifl f e i t,/. being out of office ei 

91iiitninnn, m. (p(. -lento ammai 
justiciary, bailiff, domain-judge, warden, 
steward. -fd)(lfl,/. dignity, office ol 
an amnian or bailiff or steward ; jurisdic- 
tion of an amman. bailiwick. 

91 ni till on lli till , /. wife of an amman. 
bailiff, steward etc. 

91mtlllEi(ler, m. cliief, head of a cor. 
porationi f. 06 tcmeifl er. 

91iiit«aftiiiir , (-«net-) , m. actua.y. 

91 lilt «niter, n. seniority in office. 
91lllt6an|-el)eil. n. official authorily. 
91inl«(intritt, m. entering iiponoffice. 
äliiit«(irbfii,/. f. 9Iiiit«acfd)öft. 
9liiii«nrjt. "■• I- 9liiii«pl)Dfifii«. 
91lllt6l)nuer, m. peasant living «iiliiu 

attached to (lie glebe of a public domain. 

ballilf eic. ((an) office. 

9lnit«befötreriiuij, /. promotion to 
91mtSbcri(f)I, m. official account, 

9I-llI«6efe01IIIO,/- ""! power of nom. 
mating or appointing to office, the righl 



'.21111 r 

lomainjndge etc. 

91inISi)Dri, n. village belong! 

91int(eib, »1. oath taken upon ( 
into office. 

91iiit«eifer, m. official leal. 
9lmiseiiifniiitc, j.p/.official 
lOluments of (an) office. 



mtffoloe, /. 1. succession in office. 
2. [Sicatsfvr.) hue and cry. 3. obedience 
c to a bailitf etc. - leifleil , to obey ll.e 
lers of a bailiff etc. 
91lIltS|Oloer, m. successor in office. 
91int«{riit)ii, "1. f. 9fm teilte 11 er. -e, 

main by the peasaiilry. 

91mt«ful)run,l,/. adminislration. 

9liMt«fuiiftii)ii , /. i. 91nit«i.erri(l). 
iiinfl. 

91mt«flebnutie, n. f. 9lmil)iniS. 

91ml«()ebül)t, /. I. fee due to an 
officer, fee« of office; f. Sporte I 11. 2. \. 
I6pfli(l)t. -lid), adj. official. 
iiitSflefälle, s. pi. 1. f. 91nit«er: 
trilfl No. 2. 2. fees of olfice. 

9lllllirgel)iilf e,^ m. adjunct, assistant. 

91 HI t f D e I f e r , j associate in office. 

aittlt^fletioffe,^ ,.>. colleague, associ 

9ImtS,]enoe, j ate, joint commission- 

»ilttilSueiiDffeiifdjaft, f. I.colleague- 
p. 2. college. [amman etc. 

91IIII«fleri(l)l , n. jurisdiction of an 
91IllI6a«f<*iift, " official duiy or bu- 

91inl«flen(()t, «.^ grave or solemn 

9fnil«0f '""l'. -'■ authority (belonging 
an office). 

91ui t«t)(l upini(IIlll, m. high constable 
a district, upper-bailiff, piovosi of a 
jurisdiction, prefect. -rd)illl, /. pretect- 
ip, prefecture. [man etc. 

9llllt«l)0l)eit, /. seigniory of an am- 



91111 


«beji 


rf , 


111. 


juris-diiljo 




of a pu 


blic doniaii 








91 HI 


«bint 


t, n 




ficial ga.e 


te. 


91111 


«bote 


m. 


Ill 




adoma 


judge e 


tc. 








[olfic 


91 111 


t«6rn 


Id) 


in 


custom 




91 ni 


«brie 


', ir 


. 


Ificial leite 


r. 


91111 


«bru 


tr, 


in. 


<olleague 


f. 91 111 


aeiu^f 


e. 











iffice). 



I 111 t « C n ff e, J. treasury of ajurisdicti. 

sdiction, treasurer of a bailiwick. - 
/. admiiiistraiioo of the finances or re 
es of a jurisdiction. 
91m<«tlei6, ... I „ffieial dress. 

91ml«fleieiiiifl, /. 5 
«lnit«(iiert)t. in. \. 91iuiäMener. 
91mtäfDiUn, ..p/. costs (of a suit et 
91 m I 6 1 .1 6 i-, /■ chest, for the papers i 



91 111 t « 111 n § to, lui;. official, prolessi 
inislerial. 

9hiit«inieiie,/. f. 9liiite()trid)t 
91int«nici(ier, m. f. aiiitmei|Te 



■iluui 

91mf«oriintiii8. / f. 91mt«fol()i 
o 1. [functionary. 

9IniUperf0 1l , / an officer, a public 

liliA. steward etc. [wick. 

91nit«pflP()cr, m. treasurer of a baili- 
9lmt«pfliil)t, f. 1. olficial duty. J 

Bth taken upon entering into office. 

91 tntdril tl), m. counsel loa jurisdiction. 
9Jmt«refli(lrntiir , /. board of roll» 

91111 t«rciler, m. gendarm(e). 
9lmt«rii()ter , m. dlstricijudge. 
91iiit«rticf, in. f. 91nit«flctf. 



91tllt«rnit)e,/. official business. 
9lMlt«|'n&, m. (-(fen, W- -ffeil» person 

icl-judge elc. 

int«fnffi(| , adj. belonging to the 

jurisdiction of an amman, district-judge etc. 

91nit«fd)iiffiier , in. f. 9lm t«(eller. 

91111 t«r(f) lib let II , n. pectoral, badge. 

91m i*|())6l|"er, m. auditor of the re- 



alm I«|'d)reilten , .1. olficial letter. 

9liiit«fil)reibrr , m. baililTs cle: 
clerk of the conn; recorder. -CI,/ rec 
der's office. (gillrnti 

mt«l"d)rifteii|lube,/. (. 91mi«t 



i'-iiitSrvirtil-setc 

office, bureau. 

91mt«tn(|' >n. audience-day court-day. 
91111 t«tl)ntl0feit, /. performance of 
fficial duly, (eineii) nuger - fe^eii , tc 

91mt«trnrt)t,/. official dress 
91mt«uiittttl)flii, ."• f. 91mt«|nB. 
9Im t«uerci(ttung , /. official duty 

91mt«perinmmlun(), /. assembly ot 
he magistrate» of the towns, villages etc. 
ituated within the jurisdiction ot a bai- 
;ir etc.. meeting of the Quorum. 






tute (in office). 

9lmi«periBalter, m. bailirs deputy, 
bailiffs substitute, «teward ; public func- 
tionary, -ei,/. f. 91nit6DDgiei. 

SJmtsuerroetfutta,/-. cashiering. 

91 m f « per m e I'er , m. l. (ieput>y admi- 
nistrator of »0 oHlce, of a public domain 
f. 91mt6i'ertreter. 2. f. 91mt«pei; 
ronlicr. -ei./ f. 91ui t« c ctiunl tcrei. 

91111 t«l<0al, m. I. bailiffs »ubstilute ; 
steward. 2. tip.«a«f. -ct, f. I. steward 
ship; bailiwick. 2. f. 91 ill t ^ (1 ii «• -ei. 
litt), adj. belonging to the juriidictlon 



2lntulct, 



-c , pi. 



•Jdiui i 

SMmÜfirCn, t- ) f. e-rof^en, &r.'nearly. d) (ii jjlii.j 
SfmUfant, «rf' j iic^lld). jgAnien, tliey teil 

2ln, prep. 1. (1-. ri,;(. f. 91 111) a) at; lliey fell II crying. 

i.uijüii.Ly. - rem gciiO« (fi^eii), «i[ SJjl , «rfi'- OCen 

e »iiidow; - !t. vptfcriflfljen, (lehtli , to 

iss or stand by etc. ; ^i(l)t - ic, hard by, torn, at the end, at the 



31 nf» 



49 






by 



- ter Urmff , on the Thames; - Sfr 2! 
on the »all ; - ^er SSiawb (>e(f|Ti(jfi 
fasten against the «all ; - cilitm Dtl 
a place; - roelrt)fiii Orte? in « liat place? 

- ^flll «finiife, iinlje - ffiii Jpniifc, net 
house; — &em llicr, on tlte shore, 
«innn ©ountnge , - (Sonntnjen , on a 
day, oil Sundays- c) - ic. |letlien, i 
of etc . to die from. Ihrough or by el 
u. frniif fein o». ^nnllf^l■r licjeii, to be 






fflii — tc. , to doubt ic. flCC), (biifiv.) t< 
doubt of etc. ; id» tjal>e Mt ®ef(l)i(f)te gcljbrt 
jivtifle (\('er-^f^2D(1Hrl)ei^ 6crfdl'fii, 1 li;iv( 
beard the story, but donbt the truth of it 
(ie Ijnt i>iele ffcrjlcr nii M*, she has niau) 
faults ; ti i(l 3?id)t< - (^el• ©.iri)e ic.) , th< 
etc. is unfounded; ei ift ^idfti - iljui, he 
is a worthless fellow; Dr. 0). , «profefTor 

- Itr Uiihifrrit.it f^er $Dd)f(()ulf jii i 
iMirfl , Dr. G. . professor at the univ* 
sfEdinbnrg; bu foDil (let« ciiicii 5reiiii6 

- mit fin^fn, you shall always find a friend 
in me; Me $aiiMiin(] i(l - (id), ft'. - ""^ 
für (id) iiid)t tn^flll«lllertl), the action in 

triid)tft, abstract(ed)ly; - firiirfiMi jrlu'ii, 
to walk with, to go on crutches; - ic. iulli 
Bcrrnthcr \^lcr^e:l , to Ijetray <c acc.i, ^n« 
lifQt - Ohiuil, thal's your fault, that lie.s 
with you; 111 I'itl - nm- ift, as far as lies 
in my power; tie Sdiiilb lifo' "id)' - nut. 
•lis not my fault, d) Die 3?eil)e i|T -Sljiu'U, 
li ill - Oljneii, it is your turn; - friiier 
gtiDe I't. Statt, in his place ; ti i|l - feiii, 

in^ t! abteit! , he is on the eve of de- 
parture; ei ifl - fern, Cng id) fortifl.lini) 
mug, my lime of going is near, it is ab- 
out time for. me to go. e) gtron* - finer 
@d)Ul[> Abjntjlfll, to pay etc. on account; 
fo liM - ^B(ld)ftlOl)ll, to mucli for making. 
2. (c. ace.) a) to; at; against, gulf ^^e^e 

(.ifen , to knock at tlie door; (id) - JC. nil; 
IC|)I1C11 , to lean against etc. ; - It. befffii; 
neu, to fasten against etc. . to etc.; - toe 
Seller fc^cii ii6. nedeii, to put to the fire; 
b\& — ic. , to, up to etc. ; as far as elc. ; 
6i« - bit ®d)lirtcril , up to tiie shoulders; 
as higli as the elc. ; bi6 - ^.u' Slisr, 
to the (very) end ; I'om gRoroeii t)i6 - Ceil 
SIbrlll) , troni morning till evening- b) 
SBcim 6ie 9{eil)e - ©ic toiiiiiil, when it 
comes to your turn ; Me 9(eil)e luitb mid) 
11)11 fcnmieii, end) nufjiilndjeii , it will 
l.e his turn next to laugh at you; fd) - 

ttiifen, lo think of etc.; - ic. gKiubeii, to 
believe in etc.; feine loditer - ic. iietl)fii 
Milien, to marry one's daughter to etc.; 
id) l)iiire fie - tc. I'erljcicitljeii tiniiuii , 1 



netieil -, close by. hard by; LiDll öttlliP' 
-, from this hour, fiom this time for- 
ward ; lipll deute -, Irom this day forward ; 
111)11 Nlin -, henceforth, from this mo- 
meni; imii fuMölicii -, iiiMi iiiiibesbeinen 
-, from childhood; imil (Dft) eT|d).l(fllll(l 
Her aUelt -, from the creation oftlli 
world ; yull ... bii ju ic., from . . . lo etc 
»erfl -, up hill; jpiMiuiel -, toivarc 

2lnaaficn,) ,„^ , , , 

2lnaeen , ) " 
3lnaba\>tift , "> (-en, pi. -ei 

SJnacariiienbaum, i-Jinnf-), « 

(-ei , pi. -IMIMIICI (»lit.l anacardiun 

Slnaröorft, m- (-m, pi. -en, a. 
2lna^rontsm(uS), m- <-, -im, 

pi -men) anachronism. 

Slnagramm, » i-if , pi- -e, an: 

gram. — e op- em - llind)eil , lo anagran 
iiiatize; fin — (lilDflli), — (Itlfd), iidj. auf 
grammaticCal) ; -nilfd), urf/'- anagran 
matically; Me £iill|l -f Jil uhldjeil , Si 



ainaCrcontifdj, "dj. Auacieo, 

2lnalCtten, s. pi. analects. 
ainOlOg, I o'lj. analogous ( 

21naIogifc^,j i») 

2lnalogic, /- ()>'■ -ey analogy. 

ÜlliJfr fine - juilfdicll U. «t.UI, then 
an analogy between or betwixt elc; 
le- - l),Uicll, to have analogy to etc., 

ainalttfe, /■ «f- -mi iGijfm., s; 

■nf.llll J analysis, 

2]|nalt)ffä,/- ['Mnll,.] analysis. 
- bet fiiCliiDeii, uncntilitOfn (Stiften, 

>f infinites. 

2lnaIttfÜ*en, ■>. a. to analyse. 

ler, Sin- mi ,l 1 1) fir r, analyzer, analyi 
2lnalWtit, /. analytics, -ct, 

:-6, pL -) analyst. 

2>nalyttfd>, «'0- analytical). 

tde. aiialyiically. [morpho 

2inamorj>(iofc, / (pt. -») . 

ainanaS , / <i-i.iec/.. anana». p 



2lnonfcrn, » 

[>Urd)ir.J to fasten ( 

2lna*oft , ">. ( 
älnajxiftifd) , 



2lna*)!jCr, .f- (pi. -id [«het.] «na- 
21narC^iC,/ anarchy (phora. 

21nflrcl)tfci), "dj. anarcliic(al). 
2lnai'd)lft, "I- (-en, ,-/- -em anarch, 

SInOrten, v. imp. to become nam- 
al to, in. fulfill nilgfilrtft, inborn. 

^i\atf)em, «• c-e«, p'- -o -, -<i , n 

Hwatbmen, r. <, to breathe al, 
poii, f -einband) eii- 
ainatOmiC,/ anatomy. 
3lnatOni, (-en,p/ -em 1 

Slnatomtfer (-«, p(- -i [ '"" ." 
2lnatDmtft, <-fii. P'--eii)) ""'" 

älnatOmirrtl/ " «- to anatomize, 
1 dissect. [adr. anatomically. 

2InatOintfcb, "*- anatomical. - 
21nä$fn, " <■- ' ISnDferrt-l to be- 
in 10 etch, 2 r. ainnnjifii. 

2(näugf(n, "• <■■ to ogie (c. mc, 
2lnbarfcji, v. «. emmä -, to make 
aittbadfen, ■> "■ csed with fein) - 

III K), 10 slick, to cleave, to cling, to 
jhere (to elc.) by baking. 

anbahnen , » »- ©inen SaSeg -, to 
reak a path ; j lo pave a way. 

31nbaUen, ureji. ©idi-di. siinee), 



ülnbannen, v. «, 

illict or cause by wil 
itch Willi etc.; to ci 
jrlain place. älllflelKl 



a spell. 

21nbau, •"■ i-ff» '■ I>ec-ieiiie^ nil 
getjfiiiteii tJelSee), ifirst» tiltlior tillage. 2. 
cultivation, culture, improvement, improv 
ing. Der - bei3 gorns :c. , tlie culture o 
coin elc. 3. 1 cultivation, culture. Ser- 
be« fflcllieä, Ihe cultivation, culture of th, 
mind. 4. settling, settlement- Der - (eine 
©inöt IC.), building, conslrncling. 3 
[■Biiuf.jaddilion. additional building, wing 
superslructure. (provable 

3lnbaubar, «'U- cultivable, im 

SlnbaUen, " "■ '• 'o commenc. 
cultivating, ©ill miiflei ©tiirf 2illl6 -, t( 
clear land for wheat etc. 2. $ to till, t, 
cultivate, to improve. ÄDril IC. -, ti 
grow corn etc. 3. 1 to cultivate (the mini 
etc», 4. to build, to construct. — iiii ic. 
to add to, to build on to elc. 

einbauen, "■ -•«?■ ©1* - to settle 
Unbauev, "•■ <-«- p'- -> c. -inn 



älnboultcfe, <"U- 
2(nbefcl)lcn, " 

) bid. lo give ordeilsl. 
Ci-mpfet)lcii. 

2lnbcginn, " 



2. tor 



, E„yl. 



VÖrterbuch. 



-ei. beginning, 

Jlnbebaltcn, "• - « 'S-m fiieij 

2|nI)Ci , i'^"- jointly, withal; sub- 

4 



50 3lnb 

Slnbeitcn, >- " " 
2lnbetfeen, 'r- f " 

at. 2. t to Lite at the l,o, 
or tnke the bait, to nibble 

2lnbclangcn, «■ ' 

etc.. to concern. SB.lf mi, 
as for me-, f. «Bctrclfen 

ainbelfcrn , >■ " f 
2liitencn, .•• ... Gi 



2. i 



spur 



2lnl)i'(iuemcn, " «• i» adapt, to 

;co,nn.od.ile. 10 suit, to fit; f.s« n () (\ f fc u. 

Slntcciuemcn, v. refl. si* - <«. 

,1.1. 10 tonlorni to; firt) Dell llnifl.iiifeu 



ainicvaumcn , ) ••«■ [Sfitftwfur.] 
^ni cr ahmen , iS »^'"^ 5"i^ "> 

-, to -el. lo lix . to appoint 

2lnlicraumun9,y. i3;cd)t«fpr.] sie 

- ifliiev 5i-i|l>, fixing. I 

ainbfVfflt, "'ij 
2lnt>erg , •" '-( 
sanbctcn, . «• '• '» •■«dore. to , 

sliip. 2. t - (ElU ^Oui^(f)elI !C.), to ad 
ID idoli'-e. 

2lnt«cten§w?ertft, I <">j. 
2lnI'ctmig§»t)ür&tg,S äuiu 

tunaäii.fnl). 

Slntcter, ".• (--*,?'•-) </.-' 

m\betva<l)t, f. asetrocb't 
21 ntf treffen, ir. >. - toco,., 

(C. ncc). to belong to. 2Bn« lllid) nil 
trifft, as for me, as far as 1 am , 

fell. (dress I, egging; il. to import, 

mnletteln, "• ■.• ,<MiiL-n. -, to 
atntettein, -■ '</' ®"D-. '" 

sinuate ones self in a mean begging 

ainbetung, / '• adoration 
ship. 2. i adoraiion 

91 II [' E I II 11 g f II, c 1- 1 h , i ad}, adorable. 

aiiibctiiufl^iiMirM,j,^ - ndv. a, 
orably. [blencs 

«I II t' c ! 11 II a f 11, u r b i f E i t , /. ador, 

2(nbe)(«elen, ". <,. f. giubEtni 

2tnt>itffn , f. ainvitfcu. 
ainbicgen , '.■ ■•. «■ i- - «n k. , i 

bend to. to bend towards, to bend and 
fasten to etc. i. [finiljl] to annex, to i 
join 9lll<!f l'"OEli . annexed, subjoii 

ainbiegung, /. [itmiii.] ,the 

Df, annexing, subjoining. 

aintieten, "•• i- « «> "ffer. le-i 

feine Biemle) -, to offer, to proffer, 
tender, to make a tender of (one's 
vices). Str Sicvr 6 i< I mir j'eiiiE SiEnde 
the gentleman made me a tender ol 
services; Ceiii gtiiibc tilie g(t)liid)i -, 
•ffer tbe enemy battle. 

Slnbictcn , >■■■ >'fl. &<b -, to offer 

ones self, to nffer; bie ©clegEllljEit 
fith n 11 , tlie opportunity offers, c 



tself [to bid first. 

Mnbiiten , ,• " - <.i>" »Jiuftionen), 
Anbieter, ••'■ i-f. pi--) </. -imi) 

me tliat offers, an offerer. 

SlnbiCtUng , /. offering etc., offer. 
2ln6Uben, "■ " to impart, to in- 

Lulcate by education ; l£l(l) fitlunS -, to 

2tnbtnt>en, (-•.>>. „. i.-mu., to 

lie to etc.. to fasten or bind to etc. (S-||ieil 
.K,ll)ll -, to moor a boat; (till jlnlb) -, to 
ivean. 2, 1 a) 21 11 o E 6 II 11 E, e 11 , occupied; 

bj eiiieu (nil rEiiiem 9iniiicii6!, (JieburtS. 

his birthday etc.) ; ßtlu-ll mit g'tiuna -, 

- (L,. ©(t)llttleril IC), to ask lor a present. 
c) gllleil »lircu -, to contract a debt; (fu 
lien -, einen »nven bei ßiiiem -, to run 
into debt with etc.; einem ein«-, einen SBä= 



StnbinCen 



'Kit einem 



ainbünjclnw " einen 
arnMinjcn, Jätete, toi 

2tnbli$ei1," « (©inen) - 



tfin ©piEQCl) -, 10 llirow the rays of the 

ainblofen, "■ «• '■ emeu-, to 

bleat at etc.; to low at. 2. i to growl at; 
f. ainfnhren, il n f(l)r e i en. 

2lnBlümen, " « r ssefnen. 
SKniofercn, <>■ «• i- •» p'""- i° 

± i (©inen) -, to pump, to sound, to sift; 

ainboljcn , .• .- '» bou. 
2lnborBen, v. ,<. i. eurem 
ainborfitcn, "• «• isB.iitmfpr.i - 

(u. ipilben iSrfjroeineii), to erect tlie bristles, 
to bristle up. 

2lnbOt, "■ i-'i) '• »"'.^'■i - <^«i Sli'f' 
lioncn) , first bid. 2. bidding, order, com 
mand ; f. 0) e 6 c. 

ainbraffcn, >■ ,. r. »mfien. 
2tnbraufen, .- •.• i"sed with fem 



grow easily angry 



«Unbinfetalb, " <-ff- (>'. -fnif'cr,^ 
21nfcinBUng, <"■ (-*. r'- -e) S 

2lnbi#, ".. i-a°e,pi--m '-i»"'- 

2. a bit to cat. 3. any short meal, break- 
fast, luncheon; f. 3 ml) ig. 4. bait. 
•JllllMBfrillll, n. t»Ot.] devils bit. 

2lnblaffen, .- «■ f- am feiien. 
ainblafcn, -.•■ v. a. i. temen, et= 

breathe at ur upon etc. 2. (i'Ofi geuer) -, 
lo blow up); f. «aiifnefteii. 3. i to blow 
up (a contention etc.), to kindle. Sn« 
(^ciier bet 3iPieirnd)r -, to foment discord, 
I. ^Infncften. i. teme »Infe !c.) - to 

by blowing a bugle, by winding a horn 
etc.; it. 10 blow the first note. (Die Stulln 
i^ell) — , to sound (viz. upon the horn); 
Iba« ^Otll ic.) -, to begin to blow, wi„d 
or sound; emen -, to announce the arri- 
val of etc. by sound or flourish of truni- 

2lnbiatt, "• (-e*) (»ot.j toothwort. 
ainblattcn, .■• ..• [3i>i""eti.i to 

cl.nip. 

2lnbl(iuen, ■'■" "> ^>"'- 
2lnbledfen, «-fem <>. ,.. to show the 

teeth to etc.. Il)l6iu.) to put out one's oithc 

""ainblitf, '"■ »-ff. p'-" ' ^'gi.t. 

view, look, aspect. 91iif ben erileii -, beim 
ftfieii -e, at first sight; i^eiii üffentlieften -e 
l>i-e.,. afbeii , to expose publicly. 2 sight, 

''"'ainbiiden, •■ ..• ■" 'lew. (einen, 

lUirr -, to ga/e ur stare at etc.; lui'itljeilb 
-, to cast a luiioiis look upon etc.; iur» 
,„3-, to frown on elc. 

2Inblinten, .- «• i. f. -Jinbii«. 



2. Kiirj ,111. 




aded, irrit 


lag manner; to assail with harsh language 


to be short 


21nbre*cn, <>. -■ «• '<> »p.=". • 



break, löin gng) -, to broach, to tap; 
nnOelJrtMl) en fetu , to be partly broken, 
to be opened . lo be partly emptied ; (einen 
®elbf,icf) -, to dip into. 

2lnbrec^cn , " "■ ("sed with lenD 

1 to begin to ijreak. 2. t SU n fl e 6 r P (1) c 11 
(P. Cl-fi), unsound; f. 21 n 6 r ü (t) i fl. 3. i 
to break forth. Set Xng b r i d) t n 11 , the 
day breaks, the day dawns; mir Pi), bei 
-bcm Inac, at day - break ; (biE 9?n(t)t) 

on; mit Pb. bei -ber 5tnd)r, at night -fall. 

21nbrcnnen, '>•. «</. ». «. i. <ein 

Sid)t, Jener, -, to light, to kindle; (em 
JjnilS UM -, to set on fire, to fire. 2. to 
begin to burn. 3. [Spd)f.] (Spclfeil) -, Pb. 
- injlen , to burn. 21 ii fl e b r n n n t riE(t)eH, 
;o have a smell burnt. 4. einem Sterbe cm 
3Eid)eii - Ob. ein ^pferb -, to mark a 
horse by burning. 

Slnbrenncn, "■ >• m'fd »iti' ff"» 

catch fire. 2. 21 n fl e b e n 11 11 1 fein (p. Sid)t 
K.) to be partly burnt. 3. [fiodjt.J 21n> 
(jebrnnnt |ein , to be bumi. 

2lnbnngbar, .•*. - (b. se.inreiu, 
^anbringen, i>. •>■ « i. to bring 

in , on. (fUiiber, eiicfel; -, to get on. 2. 
(eine SBniif , itcppe ic. ipo) -, to fix, to 
construct. 3, t to dispose of etc.; lo 
passoH; to place ; to get in , to settle; 
[.^nnbelj to sell, to vend. (<ajed)|"el) -, to 
negotiate; |iir PpU — , to pass current, 

marry (c. aec.^; cilieil iSp1)11 — , to settle 
a son ; (fem ®elb) , to place. 4. Pinen 
ötpg, ®d)la() - to put in a thrust, tc 
bring liome a blow ; cm iijpljl n n Q e b r n d), 
teigtpg, a home thrust, blE (äd)l»ci0! 
.innbe -, [OGnibuifpr.] lo set the blood- 
hounds on the game. 5. j a) to apply, em 
Ißprt-, to put in a word; einen (Sd)erj 



ainb 



Jilt lliijtit oiige 
01)1 ii II a e I' r (1 * t 
b) (»fi (Sleri*to 



well applied ; sea 
cat Qieriditi -, to denounce (to jus 
- (y. einem 3eiigen), to depose; cine 
-, to lay a complaint, lo lodge an i 
niation; to bring an action; eine, 
luifer K. — , to inform against etc.; 
(S\iriie -, to put forth a matter. 

asinBringcn, «. (-«)/ - dim 
Slnbringung,/. S nuti, ; 

ni.Ttion . denunciation , delation. 2B 
ttu\ 91 n b r i n fl e II ? uhafs your busii 

Mnbrinqeqehübv , f p' - 

91n6rin,3cflelD. 

2lntirtn(?cgelö, •>. c-e«, pi. 



Slnbringcr, ■ 



(S, pi. 



pl- -bni 



[>nrni.] first breaking up (of a mine), 
opening, g-ilicll - niildjtn, to open a mine. 
2. ± Si't - bei Inflr«, tbe break of day. 
day-break, day-spring; - iei -Broi-gniij, 
dawn, dawning; Der - Del- Si.irtjt, night- 
fall. 3. the first cut. break, fracture, rup- 
ture. [5J»iiicr.] fracture. 4. i a) Dot - 
(^^•S Obfte«), decaying, b) (J|,i,r,U'jmif.] 
Set - (Dec ®(l)(lfc) , rot. 

3Inl)rÜ4)>S> "«'J l- decaying, de- 
cayed, unsound, rotten, spoiled, moldy, 
tainted. - ii>cr6cu , (i>om gieifrfjc) 
tainted; - (\ltm SEcill !c.) , to turn; (Set 
2Ccin) ill - gcmctbcii, is turned; 
gleifch) - niii(t)En , to taint. 2. f f. 
trithtio, ®cf,ii)rlid). 

ainbrüljcn, ». " to infuse ( 

water», to scald, to steep, to soak 

2lnI»rüUcn, v. „. (jmcn -, 



ban I 



älnbrumntcn , 



Inbruten , 



rlM-ii tci (II. (5-i(rn) , addleid-, 
2in^0BC, J. 'Pl. -n) [0*tl).] 



■avers; feme - linlten 



, adj devoulle 
iflfeit,/. de> 



2ln&ä*tefn, 



SlnJätä^Hfl, »rf;- 1 devout, devotion 
itleiitive. — adv. devoutly; attentively. 

2lnöäc^ttcr, -" <-«, pi. -> de 

:dj. bigoted. 

2JniiaIuftCn, " .-«. Andalusia. 

Slntaluftft^, ..<<;. ^ Andn 

21nfcalufier, »■ i-f, yi. -^jiusian 
2lntäinmcn, " «■ (einen s-mg) -, 

ainöämmern, !• »• to begin tc 
2tnöam*ifen, " «■ - «m k , to ad 

lean,,. [dante. 

ainPante, ". and adv. mu\.] a«. 
2lnfcauern, " " (■ ßnnetn, 

2lnöcnEen, « (-«, pi. -> i. le- 

emory. t)(i« - cine* ^filiije» feiern, to 

bei^nltiMI, to bear in remeuibranc«; idi 
üon Stmai bell)nllrcll^, commemoratory; 
6 - »leileli», commemorative; jum - nil 
. , in remembrance of etc.; .^ecr 23j. ftlj: 
OCii -i, the late Mr. W. ; fd)reibfeliaen -i, 



2lnb 

cf)ii)i|l >r fin D. 

WlnbevUi, >ndeci. ,„<,. oi 
2tn»crn, ■>• «. lo .-.uer, .o 

seine (Scniinunij -, to change or a 
nind; (Die gleitet) -, to change, 
tinciBerfnffunij) -, to reform. 

täniern, "• '-en. ©id)-, i. tc 

»aller, lo vary. 2. to change . 

2lnfcfrnfatls, "*. oiher« 
21n»crnt{)etlö, adc. on i 

2l^^Cr§, <>'*-'• 1- other 
', another way, in another i 

nli^ IC, nothing but etc . n 
jr ilian) etc. ; irgeiibivu -, si 

imit'en , to change , to nl 
)r the belter; i(f) iDeig ti 
etier; fid) - Definuen, to 



51 

[kind. 



. differenl- 
ler. 9?l,1)t-= 
ng else but 



SlnSer, <i»T, Me, i 

ij. I. oiher. ein -ex, an 
Iter people, others; E)0£> 



ernately. 

3nl)r in« 
ir with a 
liter 6ie - 



•■Km ubcv t 

°, by' turns; 

by turns; 



er; -e Seilte, 
OTnl, the se- 
e, somebody 



infl 



-, Mi id) D(id)te, 

id) iniig liid)eii, I canm 
III -, luo -, coni. 
d)t, unless. 



in a dillei'enl m^ 
hi, id) f.inn nu1)t 
It help laughing. 



aevcd)iicr, reckoning 

one folly upon the oi 
2. olher, ditferent. T>ai 
ilT ftiunä -ti, etnxi« gnnj-ef, that's 
different thing, that alters the case, tha 
notlier thing, that is quite differen 
C, ?)^ietnnll^ -S, no one else, n 

ai -e llfrt, the opposite shore; i 
te Qiei iiid)C«), the wrong sid 
©cite (einer ■OBiinjE, >TOe^nirle) , tl 



aint. 


net) 


^ort 


, m place 


ofde 


Slnb 


ad) 


«rei 


u,/ 1. ffinn 


Sin» 


od) 


6llu 


1 b e , / 


lonr 


31 n b 


(Id) 


* I'i !> n, a , / 


eierc 


votion 


. -e 


11 , V' 


devotiona 


1 eie 


tsof devo, 


on. 


(voti 


on. d 


9inb 


nd) 


{«) 11 c 


11, adj. 


full 


2ln»d*telei 


1. (pl. - 


n> b 



fvlei 



injicljen, 
ucrfen , t 
lufjieljen 



9tnbcrbar,i 



place. 

hrough 

else. 



2lnfcCVfeitÖ , < adv. on the othe, 

iMnöcrcrfeitö,j»ide. 
ainScrfeitig , i- o) eij e n ft 1 1 1 a 
21nöerft, i. sin bets. 

2inÖerl)at6, i "«<«'• adj. one and 

2in5ert6a(b ,j a i,aif. - (pfnus ic. 
2lnBcrtbaH)ig, «''>• I'ffi.uij.j scs 

uialteral. 

5tnÖCr^n(^ , J. <pl. -em alteration, 
.ange. (Jn.e - treffen , lo make an al- 
r.tiou. [,„„. 

iUnfccrwärtS, adv. i. ainbcrs: 
2lnöerif artig, <"</) otherwise. 

2lnfcer»UCittg, «'(/> done in ano- 
' '-./adiK ) iher manner. 



2lni»cvtt»eit, 



SitnBei'ei, /■ (pi. -en) i alteratlor 

SlnSei-gef^wtfterfinö, f. ®t 



21nÖeitten, 

■ign.; to give to u 
e-ineni einen SScfehl 



2lnJ)k'Uter, >" (-6.pl.-> f. Seme 
iTi, '•Jltnfel. 

Slnöcutung, /■ <w -«») imima 

int. sl.ght notice, indication. 

^niiäften, ». » (&iiieni etmo«) -, 

I impute or attribute falsely, to put upon. 
2In6tC^tUng,/- '«Ise imputation. 

2Jn5ienen, » <■■ i*onbei] (Die ^a. 

ret) -, to notice. X)ie 31 n b t e n u n fl 
r ipuferel , notice of average. 

SInöingcn, "• "• f- e i n i> i « o e n. 
2(niionncrn, •>■ »• lused ». i)ni)eii 
4* 



52 



2lnc 



o. (einen 1 -, to addie 
g voice; to din , to ttui 

M i-t. u.c.e«) -, CO.,... 

>u..d. 5. (®d)H'nrier) 
luud. 

ainfcprrcn, > " 



21n6t)rren, •■• ■■■ "> '"■6'" '" 

ar.l, 1«.CD.J tongeMiou. 2. preis. 



Slnöuftcn, 



agaii 



SllltT 



ainbrattflcn, 



2(n^raucn, i 



[üäiH.] -, ^)^. 91 Hb re lit 



iUnSrcdjfcln, " " 

the. 2SU nii()eöreil)fe 
:ni), to fit exceedi.igly > 
i giiitin ciiiE 9!ait -. 



to fit tigl.t, 
uiubug aii> 



2tn6u*)fcn , ••. ... to touci. «m. a 

aintUrd), •"'''• thereby, by tlus ; it. 
closed; |. S ,1 b ur d), ip I e i>ii r d). 

2lncifCrn, "■ <>• (Sinen) -, to spui 
,,, to stimulate, to incite, lo urge. 

Slnetgnen, >• "■ «» appr«priace, 

®i4 (5-tluils -, to appropriate a tiling to 
e's telfj fid) (Sic ■■Meiiiuuoeii iUu^eter) -, 
adopt ; (id) (freiubc SBtrbifiiile) -, lo at. 

aineiflnung,/- appropriation. X)ii 

- jimM.T Sörp«. lSa5i(Tetifd|.] i.m.ssns 

.tion, iutiosusception. [eiunl.Ccc 

Slnctnonbcv, "■'"■ tigcuten i" 

aiieiii nil cetfüü 11 n .i,/ joining 
icture, junction. lüguity 

91 It e i II (1 11 M' f V E It J t 11 , II. cm 



2lnef öote, tsincc-) /• ic'- 

91 11 f t f I' t c It .1 r t 1 , '"' 



■Jlnf 

iiaplei f. «))?(l«l)liltEr. 

SInerringcn, •'-. "•'■• i» «cqnire by 

Oil; r. erriiiflcit, (ftmi^rbeii. 

2ltierrun<?enf*aft, / f. &rtuiu 

cttfdjnii. 

2Inerfd)affen, '-■ ■-• «■ to itnpart 

n creating. (CS-|ttrilt ©llmlf ) , to implant 
in etc.). — adj in.prinled by creation, 
nboru. innate, native; l^q31,ilt,f.] innate. 

2lnerfc^li*en, r«<t. arij. surrep 

itiously acq..ired. 

ainCrWOaCn, «W. considering, 
.eeing, since; f. I It 93 c 1 1 .id) t. 

jllnertieben, -■ >■ -■ i- f-9»"f' 



jtcltiii, erjieljen. 



aincteln, •■■■ 

, to disgust. 01)" 

! loathes eveiy ki. 



imp. 1. (Gl) 
od. 2.H&11 



»Mill) I' ft 



ainbreben, -• « '• '» ^ 

ing or twisting, lo turn on. t 
to. Die Wani -, ITOnt.] to 
tl.rouds of li.e topmast, i. f. 

(,£„. - V. n. to begin lo turn. 

2(nbrcrfcit6, r. ainfn 
2lnörcf*en, 'r- v. «■ - 

beat against etc. with the llail. 
begin .0 thrash. 

SlniiriUen, »■ ■•■ t» i.e. 

on ; |. 91 1. » r e 1, e n. 

Slnöringcn, "••' « ' 

Ifitl) to press 0... to push l'< 
urge forward. -Offlf". ""f '' 
(in I 0.. or upon etc., to pusli : 

3ln^ringIitb, «*• "'«' 

linacious in solicitation, imporli 
oflicious. pressing. — ndv. imi 
-felt, J. iinportunatet.ess. 

2lnBroat)n , "■• f S m i 
SlnbroQcn, "■ « "> """ 



SlntrOllUng, J n.enace, Ihre 

tbrealening. ll> e t e 

ainörommcten, ..... f.aimti. 
ainörurf,'«- (-'^. )''■ -'"^"rf" I' 

att of» pressing against etc.. the act 
joining to etc. by printing. 

ainbrurfen, •'. ... - m ic Uop.] 

lo join to etc. by priming, to print it 



auj disgusted will, etc . at eic. o. luitiy.; 
leitie ®.id)e) -, to loathe. 

2lnciiioqroi>bte. /• auemugiaphy. 
iUnentotogie,/- anemoiogy. 
aucmcmctcr, »■ >-*. i>'- -> 

l«li|,„|.] anemoiue.er, wind-gage. 

2lnEmonc , /• if'- -"> t»"'-i «"«• 

2lneuiof 60» , •" (-".?' -'> ''"«^• 
Ülntmpfeblen, »■ » « (enum) -, 

to retouiniend (to etc.;; )'. (i" 111 p I el) le It. 

31nerbe, '• •"■ <-"- y'- -"' ''cir ap- 
parent, next heir. 'i. »■ t-f * heritage, in- 
heritance; I", e t b e. 

2lnerbcn, f "■ '• •» i"'"^'"i i- 

©fbeit. 2. 1 aittflcerbt inherited, he- 

2lncrbicten , "- " " "> """; '« 

tender; f. 91 It lite I en. - u. olfer , offers, 
proffer, proffers, tender. DtlS - jtir 911)i 
l'd)ii)iiviiito cuter SürDenii.fl , wager of law 

atnerbli*, •"*/ r. et Mid». 

ainCrtUng,/ inheritance. 

2lnertcnncn, " " •« '• '" " 

knowledge, to own; to avow; to allow 
Die Äliiae -, imeAmm.] 10 plead guilty 
llld)t -, to disavow, to disown; (Wtitlid 

2tncrf cnnbar, ^^ recognisable 
2lncrf cnntli*,i "'«i "■»> •« »'- 

Slncrecnntnife, /• / '• c'"t 

fUncrtenntnt^, « (-iief > V'""p- 

tion, (qil)tlO|'.] appeiception. '2. acknow- 
ledgment. 

ainfvtennunfl,/ i. acknowiedg 

inent; (SpnitbelJ acceptation. 2. recognition. 
91 II e r f e 11 tl u It 8 » a 1 1 b , "• acknowledg- 



cale by education. 

aincffcn, '■• ■• " <etiu.i«) - 

inmence eat.iig. — v. refl. ®ld)- 
crain, to gorge. 

ainfobeln, •■ «• f. sinbiAte 
Slnfddjeln, ". <■ leineiD -, t. 

Slnfodjcn, ■> » i- '» hio« i 

ime, to kindle; j'. 91tlb 1 (ift n. 2 



2tnfad)crn, f. «. f. 9iitfnd)eiti. 

2lnfOÖC(n, <•. «• (<}5erlen K.) -, t. 
..ead. lo string (lo). 
aJnfabCll, .• ". *|. Slnfiiiigen. 

ainfaftrbar, "rfi - iv. M^em 

ccessible. 

2lnfabrcn, ■'■- ■ » '■ (enun« - 

> carry tor bring) near, np, to; lo land 
i (einen) -, to address harshly, to snub. 
I use roughly. 

2lnfoSrcn, "•. ». «. (usedwuh fenti 



up. on. aiiiflefiiljr 



tt tm\u 
itop at 
any one's (house etc.); - nit !c. I.V. (Sd)if. 

anchor near etc., to put in at etc. 2. - OH 

lly against etc. 3. [«)»tll.] to descend the 
shaft, to go to wo.k. 

Slnfabrt, / (pl. -en) l. «rrlval. 2. 
l«IBtn.) going to work. 3. landing-place 
f. 9Hifiirt. 

descend in going to work. 

ainfan, >«■ c-e^ p;. -fiide) l. - nn 
IC. , oeof" t'-. '^"' falling against etc. 
2. ± - etnee ©iticS, [9<ed)t«|Vt.] accession 
to an inheritance. 3. falling on; - (be£ 
geinbesi , onset, aggression, shock, as- 
sault, attack; - (bet Söjel illll IC.) , a 

I'g i <"■ perching (on etc.). 4. 1 - (1.-. 

ciuet ivl'nitfl)ett) , fit, access, accession, 
paroxysm , em - mm ®d)mo, uotii ®d)l.iO' 
pttffe, an apoplectic fii , a fit or attack of 
apoplexy ; etn - I'l'ii ber g(infiid)t , a lit 
of epilepsy; ein - t'on bet 2eitinifd)nft , a 
start ot passion; - UDli 'äd)llietllttitl), fit 
ot dejection; 91iifnlle I'un !Sctriii(ftl)eit, 
fits of insanity, of lunacy ; - CDtl Ucl)clfeil, 
alitofsqueaniishness; eill ncllCt -, [«JKeb.J 
a lelapse. Ö. 19{cd)tdiVt.] a) fiiiiiftifle 91n' 
fnlle (bet eijeg.irrett le.), pioperiy whicli 
is to fall into any ones possession, an in. 



SIncrU,/ 



(5) titer 



'lim 



'ilnf 



2liif 



■:i n f » n « t e (t) t , II. right of inherit 
iiig. retersion. 

anfoUen, <> "• " •■ toa=.saii. .< 

attack, to assault, lo aggress i lo fal 
lup)on. <eill Sfltl» -, to invade. 2. i K 
assail. 

Slnfatten, '>• "• «• <"«<< "■ <'"» ' 

- nn :t. , to fall against or towards etc 
•I. i [9fetl)t<f|)r.] - (u. ®ütetn), to fall to 
3. - nuf ic, (0. 9J6aeln), lo liglit or percl 

iinfälltg, "'')■ '■ [9iE*«lpc.l liabl« 
to inheritance 1 fallen to a person, -i 
©liter, i. ainfnll Nr. 5. b). 2. f. <U ii 
Utitnt. 

Slnfdlfc^en , •>■ <»■ "> '»'PU'e faUe 
ly ; r. a 11 6 i d) t e 11. 

ainfoljen, "• «• lt'i*i-] '» '«'•'•=' 
2lnfong, '«■ '-««- ?'■ -fiinflw com 

nicucement, beginning, origin. - icllU'l 
3ieH :c.), entrance; - (eiiitc qjrcMijt :c.i, 
beginning, exordium; - (einfe ■JelOjUflc*!, 
opening; - itinev 9)?c(To , [iiiUl).) entry; 
ter - Set Sfifre^iiMMO, era; Cet -, tut 
9liifnu(je (einer Äunil, 25ijTeiif(l)ii|ti 
dinienis, elements; CieSlii f(i II ge , [ffljciii.] 
elements; feinen -lieljmeii, to take it 
rise, lospring; tien-llnld)CIl luitjc, to I 
»ith etc.; einen fliiten - nind)cii , to I 
well; q\lili) itn -e. at the very beginl 
Slnfniiafflltb.ii.abookthatcon 






91 II f n 11 8 * ö II d) il < 



Slnfana^flru lite. >"■ V' I rudim 

MMfano^leljre,/. \ elen, 

principles, beginning!. 

aiiifnilO«linif,/. first line. 

alnfOng^VUIlft, in. I. the point 
ginning. 2. i Die -e (tti llnterri(l)t6), the 



))(., primär 

[nin. 

l.iy of begin 



ifnnfl«fd,ii 



■illuMliaiieile,/ initialise. 
SInfangCn, ir- "■ « llocoiumence 
o LegMi ,(i-llicil JfltiMfli -, to open 

((5-iren«) -. to set about etc., to go ahoul 

bring aboui; eineii finiin oi. ^anSel -, to 
sei up as atradesnianelc; (cine lInterl)(lllSs 
lllllOi-, to enter into etc.; eineelflone »ilUS« 
h.iltuiio, em eifleiieg ^aiisiucfeii, einen eige; 
lien i^illl«l)illl -, to s-t up for one's «elf; 
S)än^cl,lniI K- -, to pick a qu.irrel with 
etc. ; n'iefcr -, lo begin anew, to loni- 



ffin« iniiflc Id 
fnnfleli? «hat 
done in Ibis cas 



nai ill Do A II 
do? Hliat is tc 

., to go to work; Id) iviB e« 
iljni -, I'll go another »a 
t him ; (er roci^ nid)t) , luic ei 
- |V0 , how to deal nilli liiiu. 
(Jd 1(1 enniiit oiijjei.inG en, 



aSlnfOngen, n-. ■■. »■ to commence, 1 

indwell , 10 fall a laughing . to set up 
laugh ; — nut ic. , to begin with etc. 

»JInfangen, '•>■■ "■ '-'Ji- 1 ®i« -, i 

begin. 

2lnfönger, "■. <-«, ?'■ -) </• -im 

1. beginner. - (eine« Siceile* JO, aggre. 
sor. 2, beginner ; novice . tyro. 

Stnfängerei, /• skin, work of 

2lnfängltc6 , "dj. oris>nal. - a,U 
originally, at first, in tlie beginuiug. 

ainfangS. "''■'• at first, m U.e b( 
ginning. Oilcul) - , in llie very begiiinins 

ainfdricn, •>■ «• '■ to color, t 

paint. 2. i \. «erdjDiiiflcn. 3. («BeuiK. 
-, to adulleiatc by coloring. 

Slnfaffen, ".<■• i- e™a« -, to lak 

or lay holt! ot etc.. to seize ; to touch. 2 
i J St luciiä Die ®iid)e beim tcdjteii (ä■^^ 
DD. 3ii)fel n II j 11 f (If feu, he knows liow i, 
■et the right way about a thing, i. (iper 
leuK.)-, to thread, to string; |. <U ii 

ainfafjbnr, •"'/ "izabu. 
ainfaulcn, "• ". (used with feui) .. 

begin to rot. 51uge|,uilt (u. ODflj , un 
iound, (U. 3iil)lieill decayed. 

2lllfe^tfc<jr , <"</• controveitible 



ulable 



2lnfc*ten , i 



(OTCI 



luiioeii 



:ontroverl. (Slilill .Juteil 9?nilien -, lo a: 
sault a character. 2. [iljeol.J - (u. äiltilll 
10 tempi. 3. to disturb , lo disquiet , to 
trouble, to touch; to concern. Cng' Did) Dat 
llid)t -, don't be uneasy about thai, nevei 
:rouble yourself about etc. ; imi^ r i d) I 
inid) Dnö nii ? what's tliat to me? 

2lnfc*ter , ">• <-*, k - he niai 
ainfccbtuna,/- <pi.-m t. attack- 

iig. coiitc-siiiig etc.. opposition. 2. distur- 
jance, »eiaiiou; [lljeDl.) temptation, -rn 

.emptaiion,s elc. 

2InfCiIfn, -. <•• l. '« l^egln filmg; 
o hie a lillle. 2. (Jine S|)l$e ((in !C.) - , 
o file a point ito e(c.). 

21nfeilf*Cn, i-. <■■ and „. to cheap, 
•n. to chaffer. 

ainfetnöen, ". »• ^men - to sho» 

lie; g-ilietl bene.-, to «et one against elc. 

2lnff in^Ung, /■ bearing ill.willelc, 
nmily. 

2lnfertigCn, •>■ " '• '<> arrange, to 
tiake. to manufacture ; f. SB e t ft t tige ii. 
e-tlic I'lllf. -, to draw up. 2. [fitllljl.] to 
end (o; f. 3 11 Id) 1 (f e n. 

ainfCffeln, r. ». l. lo f.t.er, to 
haiu to etc.. lo enchain, lo shackle, to 
lay in fellers. 2. 1 to cliain. to enchain. 

Slnfeffelunn , /■ «u Jiaining etc. 

ainfettCn,.'.".-" mix with grease; 

2lnfeucbten , '. " '. '<> moisien. 



2lnfcu*tl>infel, »-. (-*, pi. 

[SBerilOlD.] brush for moistening. 

Mn(euä»tanqäqv\xbe, / ipi. 

[<Pill)iertll.] pit wherein rags are nioistei 
anfeuern, ■>. ". l- einen Ofen 

to inflame , to heat. iScn 'TOuil); - , 
spur on; (Milieu)-, to aniiuale. to euci 



}ll K. 



. >i. to begin firing. 

2lnfcuerung , / ± (th« a« ot, en- 

juragiug etc. 

2lnfilsen, ■>■ «• [s?utm.] to put the 

;]t upon the block. 

ainftrniffen , v. a. ,o »an,i.h 

.ver); f. g-imiffeil. 

3lnflammcn , ■'. •< i. to imiame, 

I kindle. 2. i Ben 3ilril :c. - . to inflame 



JUtiflottcrn , 

eflii Iter I (oiitiiuii 

°Unileä)ten, >- 

to subjoin. 

2lnflctfcn, i 

pieie of leather on 
fflerfell. 

ainflebcn, - 



[®d)iil);ii.] 
o mend, lo 






implore one's help. Ber -De, i 

2lnflcMung , /■ S suppiic 
2lnf(cftcr, '••■ (-«, p'- -> u 

(Dcf '3('eil)l.»ipr.l implorer. suitor, 

2tnf(ctf*cn, "■ »• einen - 
ainfitden, »■ « i. - nn ic 



2. i 



SInfticgen, ii-.v.,,. (used with fe 

II) fly near. Ol It ,) e f 10 g e II fcilliuen , 
me flying; ,1 ti ge flöge n eä etj ['> 

Är,uifl)eit ill il)iii loie (ingeflügen, he I 
taken ill suiiilenly ; ei fliegt tl 
<21(iec .111, he easily succeeds in every lliii 

. in flying, to hit. 4. CSotillo.] lo gr 
■nianeonsly. 

ainflic^en, ■-•. .- «. (used »itu a- 

, 10 wash. 2. lo swell. - (o. SEiiiTtr^, 
rise. 

2lnf)(56cn , - ». i- •» flo... lo 



lerSoDeii, ,i ngc rlo gi t (SrDe , alluvial 

-Mnilisnngäred)!, ». right «fall, 
lion, right to the alluvial earth; f. ii::. 



54 



3lnf 



^nfluäftn, '■■ "■ Pi""" »"niiirf «■ 

— , to imprecate (invoke) evil on etc., to 
curse at. 

ainffug, "'• (-"?. pi- -(luflo "• nyi"g 

to or against etc.; fliglit, soaring, sudden 
apptoacli. X>ev - (See ^l(l^flhDlJfS), = tine 
ainflifiieii, f. '31nf(iC(lEiii fin - i-oii 5{ijtl)c 
iniif Ccn 2B(in(]cn), I'lusli, (lusli. 2. f a) a 
flush (of joy etc.), fit. S'lii - Di'ii 5I(irrl)Cit, 
a fit of madness. Ij) tiiiclure, tinge, smack. 
(5in - I'tn ((5)ertl)tf(inifcit ic.) , a tincture, 
a smattering of etc. f. 21 ml t i((). 3. [Ji-rnro.] 
Der illligc - , coppice-wood , underwood, 
growth. 4. [*)J?illcnilG ] disseniinalcd oie ; 
(©nipetevf.l efflorescence. 

2lnfltt§, m. (-(ir6, ).(. -piiiTe) l.^a 

suellin'g; rising; f. ^Jl ii fl i c g t n. Scr -ill., 
uiib - 6cä IKfcref , = iiU'e uut Juitli, f 
(Jt.6r. 3. f. ^liKlBjjuiifl. 

2ttlf(Üftern, "". i» wl.isper toetc. 

2lnflut(6)en, v „. (used «in, m> 

^ - (I'l-m QBnfTct), to rusli on, near. - nil 

IC, to rush against. [ed. 

SlnfOlflCnb, <"ij- subjoined, inclos- 

2lnfb(>')&Crn, r. n. to demand as 

ainfoOOöfrer , >«.(-?, pi. -■> a 

duu. 

a5[nfO(r)bCVUng,/- demand, claim; 

lien iii(i(I)cn, to claim from etc. ; fine - iiuf 
(Jtiim« ni,id)tn, to lay claim to etc. 

ainformcn , "■ "• '• "> pf <>" a 

to form ; tn impart 

SlnfragC, / «(I'-m inquiry, calling 
for. demand; question. Sifi (Sitieill - tl)Ull, 
to inquire or enquire of etc.; ivrflen vtn 
in eiiifr Sdrtie , I'll'tr eine Sortie - iljun, to 
Inquire atler etc.. about etc. 

3lnfVaqen, "• "• "< inquire; 10 call 
for etc. to ask in going by. SJel (Jincin -, 



inqu.i 



after ( 



SJnfragev , 
2lnfrcffcn, i 



SlnfVCffCn, "•• >•■ rejl. ©id) -, 

2lnfi'CffcnJ>, "rf;. lajiüenfrf).] 
Slnfrfffung , /■ l^E.ffcnid).] 



Slnfricrcn, >> 

- ,111 !C, , to freeze (c 

2lnfrif(ftcn , 

2. 1 a) to relresh. u 
f. (5irfri|d)en, Qx 



ird)e 



■timulate . to arouse . to quicken. £iell 
gButh -, to revive the spirits or courage; 
tittinut^iOte Eplft.iten -, to n-a.iimaie dis- 

2lnfrif4>fn, "• } .elreshlug etc. ; 
2lnfnf4;UnÖ,/j a .atlon; mt: 

Jlnfvifc^er, »>. (-«. p' -> ati)n.] 



yinf 



2lnfTif4fcucr, »■ <-«- pi- -> «r< 
2liifrtfc^ofen , >«• <-«, pi- -Mt» 

mfvii^iäflaäe , /. ( w- - n . 

ag of refined metals. 
«MnfugC , /■ <p'. - n) [fionjl.l ar 



2lnfugen, ■■. «■ '• ami-) - «» jc- 

fit ,on) 10 etc., to shoot. 2. [Ädlljl.] \. 

2lnfügcn, ■•■ ". l. f. ■^Infnoen 

add, f. beifügen ; [fi.inil.] f. «?el. 
en, aSetirt)ten. [cling to etc 

SHnfügen, "■ >'ß- ®i(f) - in •■e-, "> 

SlnfüßlCn, r. «• 'o feel, to handle, 
toucli; 10 perceive by feeling. — v.refl. 
Kh -, to feel. 
2lnfuftr, /■ 'P'- -t"> conveying. 

SlufuftrtaX*, •^•>j- thai may be ad. 
iced or alledged. adducible. t allegeable. 

2lnfü|)ren, "■ »• '• tetronä) - , .o 



(jefiiljrre Stefle , the passage quoted, 
quotation, citalioii; fein 3ied)t -, to plead 
one's right. 3. (©inen) -, to conduct, to 
lead or guide (to a place), (gin ijieet) -, 

struct. 6-ltetii iiu'acii il)re fiiiibet jiir iih 

to virtue etc.; (Siiien juiM 3eid)neii -, to 
teacli any one drawing, b) (= Ijillteroeljen) 

in. [to ihe teacher. 

21nf iiljvriielD, n. [il)p.] money paid 
«nfiiljrriierpnuii, »».(Iijp.J teacher. 

ainfüljrcr, >"■ (-^ , V- -> suid"!- 

teacher, master; - (ciiiCB Xiiuuilter, itoni; 

plillfS), ringleader; [iJKilit.] chief, general. 

commander [mander or chief, 

■llllfüljrtrnnie, /. office of a com- 
5MnfÜbrCrCi, / imposition, decep. 

2(nful)rerinn , / <p' -m <^°»- 
asinfiitirung, /. leading, couduct, 



2(n9 



ment. [towards. 

ainfunfetn, r. ,.. m gutter m, 

Slnfurt, /• 'P'- -em a landing-place. 

2lnfU^Cn, v. „ to get a footing; - 

(umi 25i:'fltln) , to light. 

Eingabe,/- <pl- -m l. - (6ii einem 
i.aHrri)e), giving goods etc. in part-pay- 
ment. 2. earnest (-money). 3. - (eincS 
Sp(\n\'ei '.o , a first plan, design, sketch. 
4. assertion, declaration. 3I(iri) feiner -, 
according to him. 5. estimate, specifica- 



nfor 



O^'fln 



itry. 6. 



tion, t delation. 

SlnijnOe setter, m. declai 

2ilngfll)ctn, r „. i. 

pitch with a fork. 2. f to f 
self of etc.. to sell 

Stngaffcn , •>■ «■ to -ape 






pi. 



l<Ui:d)it.] 



2tngaffcv, •"■ 

2lngäljnen, » « '» yawn 
atngdUcn, "• «• •. t" " 

bile. 2. to make bilter. 

2lngatten, ■>. «■ i. to give 

riage. &incm (feine iD(l)ter) - , ti 
marry a daughter. 2. f. herein I 

Stngattung, /• '■ giving 

riage. 2. f union, conjunction. 

2tnge«rtct, '"iJ- muaie. 
2lngcbnubc, " (-«, pi.-> 
,: «!iia.,iu. 

2lngCt>bar, "<'/■ declarable; that 
SlngCtclifte , / '?(• -n) [©eeljnn. 

2lnget>en, ->. ... «. i. to begin to 

give, to give on account, lo give an earnest. 
2. (SCnnren)-, to give in payment; ,114 
Hjciliueife gnlilnna-, to give in part 
payment. ((Jt bcj,il)ltc 5 ipfiiiiD ©tecUng» 
nnb gill) nod)«, (in, and gave etc. for 
the rest. 3. to declare, lo state, to specify, 
to tell. ölrüllSe - , to show cause or rea- 
son ; fiill ©piel -, to call one's game; 
aBnoren-, [3i)Hi».] to enter goods; jn roe» 
nifl - , ISflliu.l I» futer short; (i* -, to 
pretend to be; to offer; fid) jn (5ciu,li:- -, 
to present one's self for etc.; fid) ate- jnl). 
luilflfllllf,ll)ifl :c. -, lo declare one's self a 
bankrupt etc.; ten icn - ai [Wnf) to 
give the tone, key; b) i to lake the lead, 
to lead, set the fashion, tone. 4. i a) lo 



i to couimit 

5. CiH-l OCl 

1 . lo bring 1 



2lnfüUcn, 



fill, 



to fill up; to stock, to store. 2. ±- mitic, 
to fill with etc. (S-inen (mit Sptifen) -, to 
cram, to gorge, to stuif. 

ainfftUcn, V. refl. ©id) -, 1. (= t'ori 

roerscni to fill. Sid) - mit u., to fill (up) 
with clc. 2. i to cram, to stuH. 

«MnfiillUng,/. fiHingelc. replenlsh- 



Obriflfeit, t'ci (i)cri,1)t) -, to 
cliaige against etc.. lo inform 



2lngct>en, u- v. «. i. [finrtcnip.j to 

deal first. 2. [-Btuf.J a) to give Ihe tone, 
key. b) to give a sound, to sound; f. 31 m 
fpted)cn. 3. 10 declare, lo slate. 

aingeber, >». (-«, p(. -) </; -mm 

impeacliei, -f delator. 3. [fi.irtemp.J he thai 
deals first, who has the deal. 

2<nge6erci, /. i. (the trade of, i» 



forniiug etc. 2 -, pi. -cn, denunciation. 
iiiipeacliDient , -j- delation. 

3lngeberif(^ , <"'J- '• "»■)> at ex. 

pedients, inventive. 2. acting as an infom, 
er, [present; birtlitiay-presenl. 

Slngcbintc, ». ^-f. p' -) &'« 

angCl»!!^, «rf;. pretendeti; -(f. 
einer ßiröeo, [TO.ul).j nominal, -et ^Va- 
gfll, [fi.injll in the manner staled, pro- 
posed. — adi: according to liisetc. saying 
üi- to his etc. own account. (Jt ill - em 
ijleifdji-t K.), lie is given out to be a etc. 

aingCiOreil, '"*'• l. in.planted by 
nature, inbred, innate, inborn. Die -e 3lrt 
(eine« lljitiei) , instinct; Die -e älrt (je^c^ 
-TOeilfctieiii. temper. 2. hereditary, inherit- 
ed; f. aiuerOen. 

ainflfiot, "• (-". p'-f' "«"■■• 

lirst bidding (at an auction), first offer. 

Hrst bid. [(jnality. 

3lngeI>Urt , /• ■>»"■" ' l«redilary 

mnqeiei^cn, ■■■ »■ ei»«»' '■&«^i) 

- IdiTtn, to bestow upon etc., to confer 



OiiiScnfeii. 

flngcfaUe, >>■ <-«. p'- 7) l'«/*'« 

ill reversion)" f. 9Infnll. 2. f. 31 II n> (1 r r 

ainaeßängc,^ •>■ (-«. p'- -> ' '«''>' 

aingCftCnfe ,S pendant 2 amulel 
! Iiylactcr, pliylactery. 

Slngcl^äufc, " <--^ • p'--<> ' 

mass, lieap. 2. aggregate . conglomerale 

2lnflel[»en, "•• "• "■ i- •» »i-p™«':!' 

to go towards; ((Jlllell) - , to nialie up t 
etc. 2. i a) einen (biiteiif) - , nut »iltcii 
-, to apply to etc., to address, to solicit 
to entreat, b) to relate to etc.. to regard 
{3-|lieiI — , to concern, to touch. Qi gel) 

lllltf) (111? what's that to me? ivliat do i 
i are 7 11M6 g e I) f it einen 'IKenfdjcn Me Strci. 
iiijfeiicii 91nlieter niit »hat business has 
a man with the disputes of t.thers? mni 
oef)t, flel,eii mi* :c. (in? what do 1 mind 
etc.?-^, part. pr. or prep., concerning. 
HS for, as to; mid) -i , concerning me; ci 

c> (einen) - (= mit !c. »enu.inüt fein), to 
Ije related to etc. Gr e 1) t mid) >l?i(f)t« .ill, 
lie is nothing, not related to me. d) (&!: 



3111;) 



aJcrluili Wirt lupfjl nod) - , wii 



6) -, to engage 
go to «ork. 

Slnflcftcn, i- 

.in; to open. - 
begin to ta 



far 


as 


t is 


01- I 


e) pos 


sible. 


t,lS(l 


el) 


tfd)t 


out 


11, ihi 


may 


very 


„ 


11. b 




,e passable. 


su 


por 


able 


end 


urable. 


(Der 



atngeftor, "•'-«»- 


-tt.f. pro 


rty;reiflentl,l,,ll. 




aingebiJren, .-.«.(use 


d with Dnbcii 


((Jtmilti -, to appertain 


to belong to 


c. to be the property of 


etc. 2. to be 


lated to etc. 




2(ngeftörig, <"V- I'ei» 


nging to; re 


ed to. >mtne -CM , my p. 


rentage, my 


ations, my relatives, m 


family, my 


isnien or kindred ; my 


servants etc. 


ill eine -e I'Dii mir , she is 


a relation o 


2lngcifern, ■• " '° 


slabber, to 



(0 

2lngeißeln, c «■ 'o scourge, whip 
2tngcftagte, -" and/ c-n, pi. -», 

■ accused, defendant. 

2lngeEixnftcIt, fn adj. artificial. 

2(ngel, /. ip'- -n) l- Sie - (terSic. 
ncn), sting ; - uinei Degen« :c.) , tongue ; 
r. iStnd)el. 2. (Ihilrsi-, hinge (of a 
door); ßDP.J hinge. «JKit einer -, mit -n 
I'ttj'etjen, to hinge; fid) inn eine - , niu -ii 
DreVn, to hinge; jiuifdjcn il)i"ir iinti - 
llcrfell, Pruv. to be in a sad dilemma, to 
be at a pinch; mit einer gt>l^enen - fi|"d)eii. 

Die -11 6er 2Belt, the pole.s of the world. 
4. hook, fishing-hook, fish-hook, tangle. 

.^inocltiraljt, m. f. a it .jcllinf e^i. 

ähiQclitfd), in. ihorn-batk; |". etn. 
d) c 1 r d) c , ÖJ i r t r t> (1) e -er, m. angler, 
-erei,/. angling. 

5i 11 g el f i>r in ig , adj. and adv. in the 
form of a (fish-) hook. 



aiiKjelfrei«, m. polar circle, 
aingcllciiie,/. tangling) line. 
2lngelnind)cr , in. one whose oc 
ition it is to make fishhooks. 
S!lnaclm,int,/.shrew;f,ä|)i5mn 
älngclnin nD, m. I'Sot.] sumac, sums 
Slngelpln^, m. place for angling. 






;tnl). 



Snnincn) , [EaiiD> 
, take root, tu begin to grow, 
b; -i), beginning, commencing; 
nexperienced; ein -Pet @Dl6(it :c., 

it dusk, at nightfall. 2. to begin 



111- lake fire; - (u. genet ic.l , to kindle, 
i. to begin to rot. to spoil, to putrify ; -, 
- ni(id)en (D. Slcifd)) , to taint, -d , n n g e^ 
(langen, unsound, a little touched, taint- 
ed. 4. - d'. filfitiern) , to go on, Set 3it(f 
U'lrf llid)t - , ilie coat will not go on. 5 
a» to be practicable. So gellt ci itidil (i 



,d , t angle-rod ; f spiUer ; t angle, 
31ngeli'd)iff, n- fishing-boat used 

agling. 
SIiigelid)iiiir,/. f. älngellciii e, 
aingclil.inge, /. f, 9lngeltnt 
5Ingel|lefn, m, $ polar star, p( 

Ear, north-star, f lode-star, 
31 n g e 1 1 u g e n ^ , /. cardinal virtue. 
21 II g e I ID e 1 1 , adj. and adv. wide op 
Djfen |^cf)ell^ , wide open, 

hingelangen, "• «• c««'' " 

•ini to arrive; r, ^InUngeii, ainf o 

2lngel&, « i-tt, pi- -m I. ean 
money., 2, advances; f. Bt-tldlllß. 

angelegen, adj. sid)- lein i.if 



3(113 



Slngelegenbeit, / aiTaii 

uines.;. matter. 9IllS,i.,irtigc, i 
foreign, domestic (Lome, intern 

atngclegentn^, «dj. 

(S)efd).iften), of concern, imporlan 



,2, press- 



gently, pressingly. Seilt -, earnestly, 

3lngelcr,< ">• <-«. p'- -) '- »ngier. 
Slngler, S •■ i °"^ "'=' ""s'«^ f" 

the hearts of people; f. 51 n g e 1 II. 3, [tJI.U 
Iiltgcfd).J a species of waterfowl, 

2lngeIiCa,/ i- [eigcnn.] Angelica. 

2, -, alngelifc, (Sot-J angelica. 3, 
[-TOlU"-] angelot. 

Slngcln, -■ «■ '■ 1° "''•' ^ic. with 

an angle, to angle for etc. 2. i to angle 
for etc.. to fish for etc, ^eticn -, to angle 

with the line. >M(it Sliegen -, to fly-fish; 

PnS - mit giiegeii , fly-fishing, 2. ± - nnt^ 
IC, to angle for etc, 

aingelolien, >■- a. to vow. to pm- 

Slngclobung,/ < 

2lngclöbni#, «■ .-ik«, p'- -fiei \ 

fow. solemn promise, solemn protestation. 

2lngclotte, /■ <?'■ -m [i)J?riniii>.] 
atngelfadjfc, >"• (-n, pi -m 

Anglo Saxon. Jl.' ©pr.ldie Per -, the 

l(ngelfä*ftf*, «*■• Anglo-Saxor,. 
SdS -c, the Anglo-Saxon- 

aingemCffen, <■*• conformable, 
consistent, fit. suitable, proportional, 
proportionate. &iner 'Snd)C-, conformable 
to etc.. consistent with etc., suitable 
to etc, accommodated in etc, adequate to 

etc. . adapted to etc 

aingemefien, adv. conformably, 
fitly, suitably. 

2lngemeffcn6eit, / conformity. 



SIngeneftm, 

welcome. (Tin -er 8) 



favo 



sought after. 2 pleasing, pleasant, agre 
able, fair; grateful (to the appetite). (I 
nen -en (Serd)iu.i(f b.ibcnf , pleasing 
agreeable to the taste; em -er (Sernd) , 
sweet smell; c« i|l mit -, ti Jii Ijüreii ii 
I am glad to hear it; et i(l liei SePcrniat 
-, every body likes him; fid) Oei ic- 
inad)en , to render one's self agreeable 
etc.. 'I'to approve one's self to etc. — ad 
1. acceptably. 2. agreeably; gratefully. 

Singer, ■"■ <-*, r'- -> '• §'" 

place, grass-plot, green; mead; pastor 
ground; down. (©dlillP^l-, lay-stall, 
"rassv ridge between two fields; |". 3f n I 
° angerblnme,/. > 
-i|iiger61iiind)eii, n.S 



56 



31113 



Ulng 



^ng 



SIngcrltng, '"(-«, W.-ei i. [sboi.j 
alngcffftftt, "rf; i- considered, 

esteemed, creditable, reputable, respect- 
able , of consequence , of note . of credit ; 

sidering, seeing. - Cil^ IC. , since, seeing 

^Ingefcffftl, "><;• settled, resident, 
residing, f. Mnfngia. A. B. ifl jc^t ill 2C. 



aingrft^t, "• <-ä, p(--e,-c" 

,ce, v.siige; countenance, mien, lot 
r. «1)11 -, Ijy sight; jiiiii -e ael)&ri(l' i 
^il. 2. t face, presence, jd) ll)i;i eö il 
ä - fngfii, 1 "ill 'ell it him lo liis fac 
1 -e l.l'U IC-, i" llie face, presence 

«ängcftdjtö , "''"• '• i» f»".'i8 

f. - iri (Slirilf)töl)Of«f !C-, ""lie prescn 
edialely. 3. f. '31 II fl r 11 f* t 111 H d). 

«Mngfftammt, •"*;. .m.estrai. i 

d.t.u y', uat.ir»» ; innate ; f. *U 11 (1 (1 111 111 e 

SlngewanCt, 



pra 



(Jill -cc «canff , 



21ii9C»t>innfn, '-• 

■get fM.rn etc , to w,n. 'J 

Slngeitjoljnf"/ " 



inure lo. Tiai 
luring 10 etc., 



SJngfWotinöfit,/ 'p>- -"" "'^ 

torn, t habitude, liabit . pr.ictiee. >!lll« - 
by or Iroiu habit , habitually. 

aingicren , »■ « •» '»»' » i°"g'"i 

look on etc. 

2Ingie#en, ir. f «. i. lo pour a 

etc., to pour on, against etc. 'i. to cas 
lo , to add, to join lo etc. by cast 
ing. 3. t (X)(i« filfiD) ÜÜI iwe iinueoDf 
ft», unet, ali lurire ei n iifltg offt ii, «i 
like a glove, fit» light. 4. (= l;illjiioieenl 
lo pour to etc. 5. («lllllieil IC.) -, lo water 
to water a little. 6.1 Ol&incll) -, to black 
en, to asperse, to calumniate; f. 9Ill 
ftbrenrji'"- 

iUnflift,;- r- ■ilnaflf. ^Jlnon^e. 

Slngtofvermatifrf», -äj. (»ot. 

angiospeinious. eitle -t isflnnjc, angio 
■pel ID. (coo at etc 

Slngirrcn, »■ «■ - u«. inunni), f 
Slnglaifc, /• <?'• ~»> »« E"sii'i 

dauce. (a body 

ilnglanj, "■ (-t«* si»"ce cast o, 
2lnqIonjen, •>■ « i. 'o giance a 

etc., lo glare at or glitter on etc., lo cas 
a glance on etc. '2. 1 tflllcn - w. ®IÜrf>, 
U favor. 

2lngleid>fn, -r- ». «. lo assimllale. 

Slnglcic^ung,/ "»»m.iiaiioa 

^Ilnglcitfn, ir. o n. (used 



against etc. (f. ällloelet. 

2lnglCr, "•■ (-«, C'. -) an angler; 

2lngltcisnt(uö), "< ipi.-mm 

anglicism. [Iinl;s , to joint. 

3lngUe&f rn , <>■ <•■ t» join »lii, 
2lngUeanif*, "•';. Augucan, + 

Anglic. ßie-eÄirdje, (be Anglican chuich. 
the church of England . Hi|jh Church. 

Slnglimntrn, "• reg. ». «. (used 

with fi;tni I. 10 begin to glow, to take 
fire, to catch fire, to kindle; - (li. 3uil; 
Cn-, ®d)ll)illlllll), 10 catcli fire. '2. i to 
arise, to spring up. 

2lngliftrcn, "■ «■ i- to anglicise. 

2. ©in '^ifftO -, to dock (llie tail of) a 

Jlnglttftben, f. >iiiioieireii. 
'KnglosiU.uterif onifd», "<</• um 
2inglo:2lmerifancr, "■• (-*, 

pi. -I Anglo-American. [ish. 

2lngIo=5>änifd>, «dj. AugioOan- 
2lngto=3lormännifdj, ■■•'). 

Auglo-Normau. 

Slnglomanc, '"• (-n. p'--n> a 

passii.nate luver «;■ adniii er of every tiling 
English. 

3lngIoinanic,/. a pass.ouate love 

2tngt0^fn, "■ "■ O to stare at etc. 
(W.tli open eyes). 

2lngliil)eu, "• "■ (used with |-ciii) 

to begin to glow. MliorQllilJt H). ©ifcll 

2(ng(ü^fii, ". "• ". '<> I'"' '» " 

glow. 'Jßrlll -, to mull wine. 2. i^ to 
dye with glowing colors, to dye with criiu- 



^Ingranjen, r. anormjEu. 
aiiigrauen, <' " — «o inspire w,ti, 

iMngraUfftl,) awe, to awe, to 

aingVftffll, Ir. V. a. 1. to handle, 
to touch, (illd) Ic; -, to feel. ((ä-llKll 
ßir& zc.) -, to lay Iget or take) hold of 

prebend. '2. 1 ((STlDd«) -, to engage jn 

set about; lo work, lo do. (ii - . lo go 
to woik; (S-iiuii^ intftljrt -, to go the 
wrong way to woik. i. (iJelllMi(<|> -, lo 

Bault, fto aggress, to cliarge ; to invade. 
Dct -tit Xl)tll, aggressor, invader. 4. t a) 
iSie 111 »oil riiift finiiifl)ftt .1 ii o eot'lff n 
mi-rfeil, ahe has been taken ill. b) OlJ'lt 
«Berten) -, to impugn, lo assault. 10 at- 
tack, to assail. iDii: (yljve, Ceil aiiltn Oiii: 

4>nii tiiciiirr ei;r( iin= 



6. = tooiauf toitfen) to louch, to affect. 
(Sie 3!erOtn k.) — , to affect; liDletall;) - 
(U. Säuren, U. 3!oft), tocorrody; (bie Slu« 
gen)—, to hurt; Sreeftmittel greifen ein 
wenig bieSungean, vomits are slight- 
Ij injurious to the lungs. 7, to weaken, 
to fatigue, to exhaust, to enfeeble, to de- 
bilitate. Seine Srafte — , f. fid) aitgrei; 



^In^reifen, 



V. T,fi. SiC^ -, 



9(ngvet?enl), adj. 

■e Slieit, the aggressor, 

«Ingrcifer, m. i-s 



p!.-)aggr( 



men .jemniifö) 

10 defile; cr 1) 

ge or I If en, he has i.ur 

Sruer gti f f P(i« ^on« (i 

the liouse; (0}feiiiuii(}eii. 

coii.bat; (SSriJnte -, lo cc 



, the fir. 



. 5. ((St 
. of etc 

törl^|^l( 



«nareifif^, ar;;. - (b. Sadien 
;mpting; — (0. aJ!enid)Cn\ thievish. 

«Cttgretfttif), adj. touchable, tar 
ibie, that may be handled. 

^Cugreifung, /. (.angriff. 

9(ngteineil, „. a. to grin on, at et. 

9(naren}en, v. n. (used whit t,a6ei 

jnfine on etc., with etc., to adjoin t 
;c., to be contiguous, to etc. -b, adjacen 



•iguo 



[.-r. 



«(ngvenjer, „,. (-a,?;.-) border- 

9tngVCU,iUng, /. bordering on or 

' "MngrtSf, ,„. (- 08, pi. - e) 1 (b''s.i- 

d)Cll), handling, touching, feeling, reel 
I'urd) Den - (crfeniicn ic i, by the feel; -, 
i3iert)t6iVt ] selling, arrest. 2. ['MM. K.J 
attack, assault, charge, allien - tljull lO. 



ail| 



■Jeiliiiifl ofiunrtjr 



upon 



• for. 



.fied 



11 eriltii - niiäljnlrm, ..tilj.il. 
, to Niaiid the first brunt or shock; bell 
IlJUIl, to come to the charge; einen 
len - Iljini, to charge a{,a.n, iillli -£ 
fen, to sound tlie charge. 3. l attack- 
;, attack, assault, ©ill - illif K. , aa 



llCeb.J 



Serfel, [iDP.J ihu 
anoriffäbijii 



>UMGtiffffr 
•aiianfiiiv 



r I ff. f'lT - . 
>/. olfensive 



2Jngrtnfcn, ". « lo 

etc. (5-lllCn lli-ljnifd) -, 10 He,, 

Slngrollfn, " " «> • 

2lngvunjcn, »• «■ lo : 
SIngft, /■ '?'■ -iinaiie) 

aniiety, Icar, learfulues». 
pangs of death, tgony ; 
scream out, in - .J.Mll, 
111 'S ng lie II fein, lo I 



' M)rfitii, 
.iied with ! 



a Slate ofaiaim; in tibt« 
bin(*cM angileii, in .^t 
•J. iiuiecl. or udt. ~Btie i|l 



2lng 



Ihii) 



Ol 



- por it^ I am Bfraid of etc. ; nur mirt -, 
iani getting iineaiy, el iBliree tin« -, "t 
felt nlariiied ; hinein — utndien, to put one 
ID fear, fo ahirm one; fe luor if)!» - 1111& 
bonjE, he was in great trepidation, very 
naeasy. terribly frightened. 

angftntUrilf, m. cry of angni-li 

iUngilerrf gf n^, adj. alarming 

■llngflfielier, n. fever caused by fear 

•a u ffa t f Ü I) 1 , 1. sensation of anguish. 

-UnaaafllfUl. "■ howling. 

Slnsaoef.Drei, n. lamentable cries, 
lamentable outcry, cry of distress, of an- 
guish, ahriekCs). [groan(s). 

angflüflt'^'')"«' "■ ''^'■P """ '"" 

ainoflMf' «''J- <■ S^i'Oiliiij). 

01 u Ort ruf, ( m. cry of anguish. 

9Itigrtrrt)rci ,^ scream . shriek. 

■aiiailtnn"". '"• executioner; f. 
»(ftnriridjtcr. 

■Uiiilrtf*rofie, "■■ "•'i •w'^'"- 

illlfllltroum, m. an alarming di earn. 

■Jln(lrttri)t)fMi,in.f.aii3rt|ri)reei6. 

■a 11 ort UO 11, adj. full of anguish, fear- 
f„l;_p:,inful. 

?tn«fitCn, I f n. to strike with 

?tnaftigen,S fear, t 10 anguish, to 

plague, to vex. ©Iff) - nl'cr !C. , to fret 

2ltiqflter, "■■ i-s, pi- -> aSwis» 

farthing. 

Stngftig, <•<!)■ full of anguish, an- 
xious. Iftu,/. anxiety. 

•Itngftltd), «*• 1- anxious, uneasy, 
timid. 2. t a.iiious. gine -t OrCnunj, an 
anxiou« order; roit fonnen in 'Seireif 6e« !i. 
roeninet - frill , we may be less anxious 
about etc. 

€lnqftliÖ), ■"to. anxiously, -be, 

Sjfnflüli^f'eit, / ' »uxiety. M- 

2lnflii(fen, i^. « o to look at etc. 

3tnÄUrtC, /■ K -m water melo„. 

2influrren, <>. «■ f. «inoittm. 
aingurtenw ■>• <>• 'o gird, to gird 
i2lnqürtfn,5 "•'' '" s'^d about, lo 

girth 0.1. 

2lnquß, <>>■ <.-»ti, pi. -U\V> what 
is added oy casting; what is poured against 
etc.; t aiugieSeii. [bark. 

2lngu<lurarin&e, /. angustura- 
2lnhoJcn, ir. ». «. i. - (sinfcr, 

Sdjiihe 10, to have on. 2. i (Jiiieiu Q-t. 



2In6afen, •>. ... i lo i. 

I with a hook. '2. to hook, 
»). 10 grapple. J)ie K. l)nt m( 

'anbalftern, v. a. .o 

'UnhaU, ■" >-». p'--t 
Wlnifalletx, ■■■ " 'o sou 



2ln6alt, 



y. eiiuH tit- 
stay. 2. ± 1 
lerrtiiRuii 



'ufrrix 



9lnl)iiltuiiiitt, .... I 

-]lnl),il trie men, w 

gef(t)irr), breech, breeching. 

ant;f. Seljntcli*. -fc 1 r, / constancy. 
perseverance. 

•Unljnltfeil, ". l-W.U.] relieving 
tackle, head- fast. 

'21lll).iltt,llie,/. f. &llli)DlI.llK. 

Jlnbaltcn , <>■■ "■ «. i. - .m ". , to 

hold 10 ett. '2. ± eiliell - Jll ic, to keep 
any one to etc. ; eiuell jUC griullullG l"ei: 
mi aScrfurfrtien« -, to hold one to his pro 
mise; ((Jineu) JIIUI 3dl)l'll -, to "rge to. 
payuient. 3. to liold, to stop, 10 stay, t.i 



(*fe 



Siel)) -, to stop; (CI 

4. i me»'.] dm -DCS 
gent. - V. refl. ton 

""Vnftattcn,..-.' 



house of 

ajnacii) , 



gaug. 2. appendix, addition; appen-i..gi, 

- lenie« SuiSebi, supplement; - (ju eiiicTii 
ifrtnineiit«) , codicil; - (eine« 55iicfe6i, 
postscript; - <cinc6 fiL'iitrnftcö;, condition, 
al clause, annexed pioviso; -, [•Jliiat.] f. 
21 lifo 9, 5ortr„9, 3uf.iii. 

ünftangcn, fr. ••■ ... i. luse.i «nh 

Kill. - ,111 :c., to hang on „r upon etc., 

long lo ^ t a> (used with hntclt) (Fillini 
-, (= 9lnflc6cn) to hang on etc. \i> 10 
adhere to t tc. . to stick to etc.. to hold to 

to etc.. -0, [-fljIlPlM iuherenl. c. [fi.ll,;!.] 
-, I- -llnljangia. 

'Ilnljangen, «■ <-«> i. i-ishiif.j r.-.^ 

— (all K.J, cohesion, adhesion (to etc. 
2. i D.lS - 1III :c., adhesion to etc. 

'Jlnftangcn, .e». « ... i- to hang, 

to append, to fix, to affix; @-tnjilö — , an 
einciii J?.ifcn -, to hang on a hook; eni 
nn !C. n ngcljii n.jrcö SieocI , a seal ap- 
pended to (a record etc.); fill eicitl ,l'l 
Cine UrfunOe, em Onrtfiiiiieni -, to atfii 



■■Mil 



(■»lilit.l to hx the niiuei 

öic jpniiiienintren, [i)K(ir. 
mocks. 2. : a) to add, I 



rud.l 



»nrtjrtobe, 



iiiieljnntife ^üie, 
• (Siiicin Qnmi-, \ to 
10 give to etc.; ©lliem 
all upon etc- ; ^nielli 
cheat any one into a 
lem -5HiiD(t)cii ici äirieä 
»s squandeied away all 
c; (Sincm cine Stniit: 
te with a disease; (^E, 
men SitiiUDf !£.) -, to 



gain the better of e 


tc. . 


obt 


in the ad- 




ge 


the s 


tart of etc. 


b) lo do one luirm. 


to g 


t at. 




JUnftatfen, 




1. ((J 


net! Qtnrtcii 


]C.) , to commence 


huei 


ng; 1 


«11* 31 n. 


Mnfcln. 2. to beg 


n to 


lack. 


cut etc. ; 


f. 91 11 pi if en. 








2lnBaftcn, 


•. ... 


10 ad 


ere to, lo 


be attached to . to s 


lick 


0, lo 


hold. 


Jlnbaftcn,. 


a. 


9rnl) 


efleil. 


^tnljagcln. 


V. 


....(.. 


1» strike 


.gainst, to heat at 


as h 


ill. 




2lnbofeln, . 


a. 1 


to fi 




hooks. 10 clasp. 2. t 


3 cat 


h will 


tlie claws. 



1. b) to keep on, to stick 
, to persist in. — b (Ü. ^ 
vering , lasting, continuo 
ti (II. firandjeilen) , lastii 
;-tiet Jleie, assiduity; c« lunc -Cec OS 

uni tc, to sue for etc., to solicit, to 
quest; to petition for etc.; bci &inem 
ic. -, to apply to etc. for etc.; urn ( 
gtoueiiiiinnier) -, to ask for etc , to w 
10 court. 10 solicit or desire in niarria 

3(n6alten, «• (-«i '• stopping e 

2. instance. Dn« - mil IC. , solicitatic 
out -, at request. 3. On« - (Ml Dee ■; 
belt K.l, perseverance, assiduity. 

anftaltcr, <n. (-i,pi- -> -, a 

I, aire feil, «-etc., lXc*n.) holdfast 

^nbattfain, nrf>. persevering; 
91nl,<llcenf. -feit,/. perseverance. 

ainfinltung,/. stopping etc. 
ainhdmmcVn, •>■ "■ "> fi» <"• 'as 



2lnft(ingcn, "■ 

to adhere (to elc.) , to 
IC, I to adhere to ete. 



■»?Ü1)= 



9lnftang. .« 

1= ainbiinaeri , adh. 
owers. party, seel 



.Pl- 



^nftänciev, >"■ c-s, pi - 

partisan; retainer; i hanger on. 2. f. Hn, 
gcl)nnfle. 

Slnftdttgerci, /■ umiW- f '■'«"s- 

^nhdnCiXQ, adj. l. sticking lo etc.. 
cleaving, adhering, adherent, clingy. 2. ± 
a) adherent, annexed, connected, bound 

luni! tem - ift, [Snnjl 1 with its appurte- 
nances, b) gmen 'JSrujeg ufer eiiie Üicrtirös 
fiitbe, cine Riaflc - innrticii, to commence 



! 2ln6anflli(*, "<'./■ attached 

faithful to. -fett,/. -nine, attat 



58 



5(nf; 



2lni 



mf 



amulet; f. 



kaiiger on; f. anf)nn.cr, 

«MOfljnnOE. 2. f. 91111,0 
3. [-TOnr.J sea-drag. 

■Slnffavten , •>■ « i 

r. 01 n ted) Ell. 

Wintfauö}, I" <-f«> 

afflatioii. 'i. i a) - (Be« S 
b) breath , iii.^piialion l a k 

Stnftau*cn, ■> ■■ 



9i:inl) :c. , a sligbl tint of red etc. b: 

SMnftaucbung , / S bieathing 

»triation. 

2lnftaucn, '>• ■'I- "• toMiikeui 

whipping. 2. to cut on; to begin to 
to begin to hew, to begin to fell ; to 
a little of ((S-ilirn Ddlim, to begin to 
up; (ciiiei 5iftt)) mit ^cI■ 91iigil -, t" 
a jerk willi the angling-rnd 

3tnftäufcln, •■ « '<> '""" 

small heaps round etc. (JvCe - (ail 
Siirtutfclii, fnf tüvfird)c fii>ni ic), to 

ünftäufcn, v. u. i. to heap up 

pile up; -, l(3)nrtciif.] f. 91 iiljii ufelii 



aintiäufcr, '« <-e. p'- 
ainjiaufung, /• • »c, 



- (jleid)(ii-tif|er Xljcib 

iei)elll.] aggregation 

aiiiljöufuuflSnf 

affinity of aggregatii 






((Sti 



ginftcicr, '"• f- on.fiiiiflcr. 
asinttcftcn, "■«■ 1- to fix or f 

, etc., to affix, (eiiieii) oil« S"iiJ " 
rucify; nil ic. ■■ Ciiimnljen) , to stil 



StEtfiinbclii) - nn tc, to 


in to e 


c. 2. 1 


f. «Hiiljniiocii. 






2»nl)eftunfl , /■ >i, 


act of 


fixing 


fastening etc. to etc., alfix 


ion. 




ainftctlcn, ■•■ "■ 1° 1 




- ... 1. 


(used with fail) to get fixe 


by Ilea 


ing, to 








2lnl)cim, "rf- ' > 


on.i-. i 


1 ones 


home. 'i. i eilltiu - folltn 


to fall 


tu etc., 


to devolve on etc.; - fttll 


n, to 


omniil. 


to leave to one's Iree will 


to defe 


r, relei 


toeic; id) (lelle rf Siuiei 


1 llnbci 


e -, ' 


leave it to your judgment ; 


- an',, 


to put 


into one's hand, to leave 


with. 


leave 


for consideration. 






2ln^>ciracJn, • « 


(Cflllru 


-, to 


put in mind of home. 






ainljeif^ig, -"ij. ©■* - ,». 


d)Cll, to 


promise, to bind or oblig 


une's 


elf, to 


pledge one's self ; TId, - 11 


idjeii jii 


fiiiifcn 



2lnftelfcn , "■• »■ «• (einem) 

i.sist, to help any one. 

2ln()cnteln, f- "■ (eimne) ■ 



2lnftentcn, "• "• <■ 9iiii)niigeii. 

ainfter , i '"'v. hither, to tl.ls place 
2lnbCrO,j f- ^ev, .^.leljct. »if - 
iti.erlu. [fünft 

2lnfterfUnft, /.arrival; f. ijer 

2lnhcrr, r- *iii)iii)err. 

2ln6c$en, "•«■ l- to begin humlng 
lasing; to hunt, l>le,ll^Ml|■pr.] to hound 

(Öunöf) -, to set on. 3. 1 (g-iiieii) - 
> set on. to abet, to incite; tu instigate 
J stir up. - jefleil IC., to irritate agains 

mnbt^CV ">. i-i, ,,!. -) (/.-inn 



SlnljC^Ung, / meting etc., abe 
meat; f. ailllje^erei. 

2lnl»fud&cln, "• <<. »id) (»umi«)- 

2ln{)fUlCn, "■ ". t» howl at etc. 
2tnljfUt, "■'". ' f- 5>etite. 

2lnln'j;cn, ". "■ to intiict by w.tci 
2lnt)icb, .". (-£«, ;•'•-.' I- = t'l 

>lliil)ntieii , f. 91 II I) (1 11 en. i place wher 

2lnftiffcn, <•. " to hiss, to hoot a 

2lnl)DbC , J- »W -I" rising grouMc 

high ground, bill, tl.nnimock.emiuenc, 

2lllt)0lCn, -'■ ". l-W.U-.J to haul. 1 



iaetuü), m. smell o 


f anise-seed. 


«flefrt)iinic£, m. ta 


le peculiar to 


eed. [ 


illigator.pear 


iäl,t)lj, ... 1. anise 


seed-wood. 2 


i«(ei:liel »..sweet- 


cenled cicely 


ftui:n , ... grain of 


nise-seed. 


i«tud)eii , .... cake 


baked will 



3lnt«jutftr, 

ipunDe iiiif ein li: 
5?iv(d)) - , to u 



to hound. (Die 
;o set ou; (i>ell 
2. to impel to 
V. ... -, niiflf 



Unholtau, 
2lnPrfn, " 



Pi- 



rna 



itening eic. 
SlnftorUJlfl, /• hearing etc. 

2lnt)ü»)fcn, 






eari ju 



ft'll 



«anbuften, v. a. (emeio-, i. to 

,ugh at. 2. to make signs to etc. by 
.ughing. 

2lnljt)5Cr, >"iJ- IßljCin.] anhydrous. 

2lnb^i'rtt, '" l^Bfiliernlfl.] anhy- 

Sitnirtmatiftb / '"'■'• •^"igmaticCaO. 

2lninioltftb n''^' «"""»i ; f. ^ i «= 
III). 

Slnimalitrtt,/- anlmality. 

SInimc, "• -, -oii"i'»i' »• I*"'-) 

2lnimircn, •>■ « r ainteijen. 
Slnimofitnt , J- 'p' -tm animosi 

3!nimOfD,«rf"- (Wuf.) anlmooo. 
liseseed. Ilel)eriii(ferter - , |'. 91 ii i 6 s 



lilOI fommeil, lo rush on impetuously. 

2lnicl?o, Mnie^t, 2tni§o, 
2lni$t, 2tnif(junö(cv), '"<'' ' f- 

2lniO(bfn, "•• <' to put to the yoke, 
, couple under the yoke, to yoke. 

2(nCäinnten, " " iSie ^doi 
^ntampfen , »■ "• - m^» »> 



2lnCovren, 

Mimcfnrti fomu 

I 2lntauf, '" (-«, V'- -fduto '• iiuy- 

jing. 'I. purchase, acquisition. 3. eanie 
money); f. -iluflnDe, 91llilcl^. 

2ln?aufEn , v.u.-, nd, («n §<ii 

.) -, to buy, to purchase. — u rcfl. ©1(1) 
(iroeiiOniti) -, to buy lands, 

2lntC, /■ If'. -11) 1- 13*11)-] lake- 
trout. 1. butter; |" !» utter. 3. |'. S«(l<ti 
4. si.iall peg (in a plow) [May. 

91iif en butter , /. butter 

ainfi'bren, " «• i - 

sweep towards etc. 2. to SM 
upon. 3. f. ©iiiteljreM 4. f 

in, lo fasten with a wedge 
2. Ct (<ä-ilicil)-, to dun, to 
to obtain something. 

atnfcl, '" (-«,p'-- 
2lnter, ». t-^c'- - 

(SpailDelj anker. 

Slnfcvfiipdieii, ... casl 

Slnfer, •>'■ i-», w- 

anchor. &111 fleilltt t'Üt SJuutc tc. , grap- 
nel. grapling; - luerieii , Den - luerieii, 
aiiSnictfeii , f.illeii hilfcii , to cast (o.- drop) 
anchor, to anchor; fid) I'Ut - Irijell , nor - 
flcljeii, to anchor; Max - liefleii, to ride or 
lie at anchor; emeu ©Ititiii uot - ntiJIJiiU 
ten, to ride out a stor.u ; 6eii (Cie; - Ud)teii, 
to weigh anchor; L>i)i* — trellieii , to drag 
tie anciior(s,), to drive; i)(l6 l5iri)ltT ircill) 



, wedge on « 
- with wedges 
nnoy in orde 



11 -ffing) 
[auk 



SltiP 



vUnf 



59 



nook, fluke . pahi 



iTr-, 0». SEt - r(i)lc|)pt, the aoclior comeil 
home or drives ; fee - timiijr, iff juni ^Mea 
fiflr, the anchor is a-trip, a-peak , freti -, 
f,iS-tnu tnppcn, nl)fiippen, to cut the 
cable; Sen - »et nnrf) i)eiii - ffWifn, to 
sweep for an anchor; lea - uerfiiiteii. 
I'ttdi^en , I'etftnrfen , to back tlie anchor ; 
Ceil — aufTiittcn, to cat the anchor; nuf fi'H 
■ iU(leilEtn. to steer the ship to lier anclioi-. 
2. i anchor 3. [«Inljit.) anchor ; cramp, 
cramp-iron. 4. [Jjernlü.] anchor. 

51 II f er (ir 111, .... arm of an anchor. 

ailter.lUGe, ... eye of an anchor. 

iUllfetlinlten, .... anchor-beam; - ,,1 
cat-heads. 

Slnterbnuiii, m. clinch-bolt. 

älntecboje, /■ buoy (fastened to an 
anchor), -nfril, n. buoy-rope. 

älnferfefl , oAj. (Iiii -ct ©run», good 
anchorage; f. 91 lifer Qt nil i). 

äliiferflieoe, f( 

■UuEetfliiGe!, .«.J 

•MnferflDft, n. f. ■!! iif er b n j e. 

SInferftrilllil, nrf.'- and adu. like au 
anchor. [bow. 

anferfürtcrnno, /. li"i"S of '>" 

■lllltErgel», n. anchorage, groundage. 

illltecgriinb , >n. anchor-ground, an- 

£c^led)icr -, foul ground. 

Sln(erf)nfeii, m. nut of an anchor; 

anttrDnlS, m. throat, trent of an 
lUliterljnmmcr, m- a great hammer. 
3In(i!tljriiiI>e,.r. pi. flnkes; f. anter. 
tlitfle. 

ilntetljnfpel , m capstan. 

ainCcrljolJ, n. 1. stock, anchor stock. 

2. l3llTlllterI.J the wooden part of a cramp 

SUnCcrfreuj, n. crown of an anchor. 

aintctttücfe,/. stock. 

ainfetll)*, n. hawse-hole. 

älnterU«, adj. unmoored, adrift. - 
(tin, to drag the anchors, to drive. 

91nf em ürr^' / P'- "i^'s of ^n anchor 

Qinfetpln?, m. anchoringplace. an 
ehorage. roadstead. 

«Unfecrcdjt, n. 1. privilege of anchor 
ing, the right of casting the anchor duty- 
free. 2. anchorage. 

ülnterrina, .n. ring of au anchor 

üliitertutlje,/. ^ 

aiiterfdi.ift, ....j 

91llteri(f»,mfel./. f. ainferfnea 

älitfetfrt)euer, /. f. •ünferiiit 
tunfl. 

aiiiteri(I)iiiieti, m. anchor-smith. 
J. a forge in which anchors are made. 

alnfetllftUl), in. shoe of an anchoi 

Sliiterfeil, n. cable; f. aiifertnii 

a 11 1 e r f p U e , /. bill of an anchor. 

ainterdniige, f. 91iitertiitl)c. 

aiiiterjlellt,/. f. anferpln?. 

ältiferilld), .«. clinch of a cable. 

älnfetllDcf, m. stock of an ancli 
anchor. stock. -& bit ill) e ii , s. pi. hooks 
the (anchor-) stock. 

äliiEetlalie, f- fish tackle. 

il lifer to II, n. cable. T)ai - (lliV 



ifEtlje 



llElllPfleu, to coil the cable. - 1 ,1 11 ,J c , ;. 
ble's length, -l» f r f , ... ground-tackle, 
anfetiiuidje,/ anchor-watch. 
>Unferro,id)ier, m. f. -31nf er lu- je. 

•llnfErjCld)eil, n. sea-mark. buoy, 
aiifetioll, ..1. f. ainfet,)ClD. 

mntevien, "■ »■ to begin to note: 

cut a notch. — v. a. to mark h 
Dtches. 
ainfCrn, f- »■ ' to come to ancho 

3I(l(t) e-mnlS -, to hanker after etc.. I 
1 for etc. 
2lnfettCln, -• ». l. to fasten «i, 



2tntctten , "- «• '• to cham lupi 

enchain. 2. 1 Sid) .111 :c. - . to stiel 

2lntcucl)en, « ... -, niiatfemh 

ainfinÖ, "■ <-cf . pt- -en adoptiv, 
child, -rii. v.a. to .idopi. -en, n., -ii ii n 

le who adopts. 

2lnf irren, ■•■ "• '■ "> '«<"<'■ 2. t< 

'itnfitten! .■■ „. to cement to e,c. 

iUnflaffen ,) " *"" 
2lnEIagbar, <•''>■ - (lueGenic. 

Mntlaqe,/ <?'• -"> i- o.is anfia 

gen) accusation , impeachment . arraign 
ment, information against any one. -f- dela 

dictment . impeachment. 2. accusation 

Indictment. [bill of indictment 

Ülnflooertde, /. act of .iccusation 

•Hiiflngefciiriit, / bill of indictment 

3ln{Iagen , > ■ "• '• (©men) - , i. 

inform against etc-, to impeach, to indict 
to arraign. Cfffeiltlid) - , to impeach. *2 
allien (eiiiei JSErbretfteiia ;c.) -, to accuse 
any one of etc. . to charge any one with 
etc. Tiei SBerrnlljö böer Der 9Korfbrciiiic 
(pmi ber gri>Ben 3"fi)> <iii g ef 1 ,i .j r , 
dieted of treason or arson ; Per L'Dcr 
aiige f I '1 g te, the accused, defendant. 

aintldflcr, "■• (-«. pi--> a -1" 

accuser, inipeacher, indicter, implead 
accusant, complainant, informer. 

iUntlägerif* , "*■ '■ pro"e 

accuse. J. -et Seit«, OfetfttBipcJ out 



2tn6lommern, ■> " to cramp out 

etc., to fasten with cramps, cramp-irons 
— V. reft, ^irf) - nn ic., 1. to cling toeti 
2. ± to cling to etc.. lo attach one's «el 

2lnftang, ." <-", pl -fi.inge) i 

['Muf.l accord ; it. intonation. 2. t f 
sympathy, corresponding feeling; apprt 
bation. b) 3et innfte - ber 25i)tte , tli 
mildness of words oi- speech. 3. Der 
(ter (Sliirer ic.) , sound produced by iti 
collision of etc. 

Slnriatfdjen, -. »■ to beg.n i 



iUntleben, .. n. i. - (,in lo, to 

leave, lo cling, to adhere, to stick (to 
to. -b, ? 11. i adherent. >. ± a) ((Jinenii 
-, to cling, to adhere, to stick to etc. bi 
o inhere. S,iä ben fWenüliin -tie 5fe(l)t jn 
'ti-r nuf ;c. , the inherent right of men to 

SlntrcbCn, > "■ <■• to glue on. tu 

2lnElCt()Cn,Mlue to. to paste on. 

Sctlcll -, lo sei up. to post up, to stick 

ip a paper on ti.e .vail. 

^KntlCdEen , t i- <■- l- lo bespatter. 
35lnf(C«ffCn,S to daub over, to soil. 

JtntleiÖen, "• "- to dress, to ar. 



2lnfletÖer, .". (-5, pi. -> dresser. 

2lntlei&efj>tegct, .". i-i, pi- -> 

ssing-gla.ss . swing-glass. 

ianJleiJe^tmmer, ... (-s.pi. -1 

dressii.g-room; (iiirurclicill vestry; [ilicit.j 

3tneieiftcrn , '■■ «. to paste up. t. 
2lntleinincn , .>. <-. - m -.i. , to 

pinch or squeeze against etc. 

Mntletten , »■ reß. @,tt) n» :c. - 

2tnfttmmfn, "•"■ lociimbuptoetc 
2lnflingeln , •■'■ "• '- to puu, ring 

the bell. 2. f Sei einem -, to sound, lo 



^Infltngcn, '> 



2lnflingcn, «g. 

tinkle. ÖIC (Shifer -, to j 



2tnfatfcl)cn, i -Juifi,! 
ainEIoffen, ■> "■ i- t 



iSSei euiem -, f. anflingeut No. 2. - 
V. a. (&tiun6) -, to fasten, fix by beating, 
hammering, to nail up against. 

2lnEIo*fer, »■■ (-«,?/.-) c/.-inn, 

I. knocker. 2. - ( ibürflbpfer , Älopfljniii. 

äinf lojjfring, >». t-c«, pi. -t> ring 

anfnOUCn, ...<.. to crack, strike 
iui; the nhip. 

2lnCne6ctn , " ■■ to tie with » 

slick. - an :c. , to fasten to etc. with a 
shoil stick. 

aintnctticn, •■ "■ to fix by pinch- 

— v.refl. aid) -, to take hold of, lo cling 
lo witli claws. 

^ntnöpUti, »■ «■ 10 buttou. lo 
2lnfnui)fcn, v.a. i. to knot, tc 



60 



3(nf 



OJefptnd) mtitx -. to resume a discourse, 


by cHwiiig. croaking. 


a 11 fl u §. 9. («anjf.l mnl f er - rairS mnn 


^e^ ffafen fcintr 5(e^E >u,e^er -, f. 5liif> 


Slnfroften, c. „. i. t@,mn. -, to 


erfchen, by the annexed you will see; f. 


„eh men. [at, to snarl at etc. 


crow at etc. 2. to announce by crowing. 


■Seililge. 10. cheek-piece of a gun. slock; 


2lnfnurrcn, ■• «■ ; m it» gro»i 


SlnfroUcn, ■' " lo seize with ti,e 


f. -liufdlUfl. 


2(nfDBCrn, "■ •<■ l- to brln» lo the 


claws. — V. refl. aid) - , to take hold of. 


atntattCn, r ". to address in in. 


lure, (gifrtie ic.) -, to bait, lo inescate. 2. 


to cling to with claws. 


famine language; to lisp at etc. 


t to allure. 3 to furuish with a bait, to 


2ln£rO$Cn, .. ,.. to grate al, to 


^nianfibar, -rfy. accessible, ap 


bait. 


scratch against, on — v- ,i. >^lll IC. -, to 


proachable. 


ainttiberung , / '• ""»i«!"« ^"^ • 


scratch ai. 


31n(än&e , /■ (pi. -n» (TOnr.J land- 


inescatioii. 2. bait, allurouieiil ; f. .fi&6er. 


aineretbcn,-."..« note with chalk. 


ing-place; I. -aufutt. 


ainCottcrn, »• «■ •»^^^ wuh ivin) 


lo chalk up. ((S-iiie 3ied)llllll,Ji -, to sco,e 


älnlänöen, .> «■ f. SlnlnnOen. 




lip). 


Stnianöen, ■> «- msed with femi 


Slntommcn, >'• r. «. (used «nh 


2lnEreif4»en , . «. ,o scream a. 


to land, to disembark, lo come to shore; 


feinl 1. to come, to come oD , at, to. lo 


2Jnercujcn, >•. <-. i» mark with 


to touch at. [shore. 


come up; to advance, to approach. 2. lo 


cros.ses. 


ainlanfccn, • «■ i» push to the 


Rrrive; - bei:c., (>"K(ir.) lo fall iu with etc. 


ainEriccfeen, ■>. «. ». (used with 


2(nlanBung , /. landing. 


3. 1 a) »ei (Jiiiem ii'Phl o6. I'iDel, ftblimm-. 


fciui to creep at. up, lo etc. . to creep. 


2Inlangen", " « <used with feim 


lo be well or ill received by etc.; bei mir 


crawl near. auaeftod)en fommen , lo 


to come 10. to arrive (at). <SSir Inngten 


fiMuuit er nidit «n, he shall not come to 


..pproacli creeping; lo draw near. 


nm Simnerilnfl lu »Rem.Sotf n n , we reach- 


me; Bn njirH er Wim -, he will meet with 


2lnfricgen, ■■. -.- o oxiciBer) -, i» 


ed New-York on Ihursday. 


a fine reception ; taU\ -, bei einer ®o(t)e 


•^ei on. 


^nlangen, <•■ «■ «used wuh tjaoen) 


-, to meet wilh success; bet eiltet ©(1(1)« 


21nfrtl^eln, "■ «• - nn k. , lo 


eiueu -, 10 belong or relate to etc., to 


nut t^6er f(t)led)t -, to fare well or ill; tu 


scratcli on etc., 10 »cribble on etc. 


concern, to touch. 2Dni5 IC. (inlnnilt, a« 


torn . 11(1 uureefct (in, you are mistaken; 


2lnfünöcn, .■. ? u. i f. 3infün. 


for etc. ; Onäic. -b, as for, as to etc., 


bei mir fomrat itifln »niuii iiid)! an, that 


M,ini. 


with respect lo etc. 


will not do lor me. b) to get a place; to 


ainfÜnCigCn , ". «■ '» announce, 


ainlängCn, ». «■ to lengthen. 


get married. (5)iit oter fdiletilt 11 <1 l' f D >" • 


to declare; to intiniate. Oejfentlld) -, to 


>Jl 11 1 1'l 11 fl n n « fl ll (f , n. eking-piece. 


men fem, to be well or ill placed, esta- 


publish, to proclaim, to promulgate ; (in 


^nlappett, <>. «. to patch to etc.; 


blished, settled, married etc. etc. e) iiiip. 


6(fentlid)en SJliiiterii) -, to advertise; (fin 


f. ainilicfeu, sUnfe^en. [etc. 


«) <^i fomint mir fdiiuer, fnuet, hott i'ö. 


@d)(iui>icl> -, to give out; firieg -, to 


ainlarcen , '•■ »■ i» fir a mask t» 


leidir nr, it is hard or easy to or for me. 


declare war. 


2ln(afd>Cll, 1'. «. l.[3orfln).J(»(iumei 


ß) auf etron« -, to depend on or upon 


2Jnfünöigcr, >«. <-«• v'- -> an. 


-, to bla/e, 2. [®d,ul)m.] (©d)uhe) -, 10 


etc.; to concern ; nut e-llien -, to depend 


nouncer, proclaiuier; advertise,. 


put a new laichet lo elc. 


on or upon etc.: e« taxau{ - loücn, lo 


ainCun&igUng, /• '■ announce. 


2lntaf*en,"-i--^)y„„^„„^.^ 


run the hazard, to venture, to risk; ®ie 


inent. pioclanialion. publication, inliuia 


3Intof*ung,-^. ^ "'"'"- ='=■ 


miificn e« D.irniif - l.ifTen , you must stand 


lion; denunciation, declaration; adverlis. 


äUnlaft,".. <-(Te*,p/. -InJTe) 1. »er 


the chance of it; id) InfTe ef .iiif Eie - , 1 


ing. 2. (fine - (in iiifenriidjcn UJliitterii), 


- (bei ÜBnnrr«), swelling. 2. f a) (= äln. 


leave it to >ou . to you lo settle. 1 rely 


advertisement. 


fd)c:il) appearance, probability, likelihood. 


on your decision ; ^Qe« nuf tai &n\<t - 


ainEunft,/. cnniing. arrival. 9?,d,r 


Hi tint nflen-bnjii, there is everv ap. 


inffen, to leave every thing to chance; e« 


erfbl.llc -, non-arrival. 


peaiance of It, it is very likely, b) oc 


(ommt nufjehn lljdlet nn, it is a matter 


sUnEiinfiteln, " « i» fix to by an. 


casion, pretence, cause; motive, induce- 


of (or concerning! ten dollars ; ti ta m 111 t 


■)lugefiiii|lelr, a.iificial. 


ment. - flehen, lo induce; - g(6«n ju K., 


auf uufcr Sebrn n ll , our life is concerned 


3iniu!ppeltt, f- «• 1- ? to couple. 


to occasion, to give occasion to etc.; fie 


in it. is«! stake; hier fummtce nur nuf 


2. ±o(Jmenie,nc 5r,iu-, to procure o.ic 


dnbcn bir feinen - jii jJlnflen flefleecn, they 


It. nn, here is nothing required hut etc.; 


a wife. 


have not given you any occasion for com- 


tt fcü mir nuf IC. nid)t -, I shall not si,ck 


2l(ntutf*cn, - «■ ("^ed wuh fem, 


plalni; JU tinem (Setüdite - (jeeen, to raise 


at etc., 1 shall not stand (out) for etc., i do 


10 arrive ijl a coach. 


a report, lo give rise lo a etc.; einen - 


not mind etc. y) .>..,. and v. a. ((Sinem)-, 


«anlacfeeln, "■ «. l» smlle on or 


»Dm Sniiiie bredjcii. Pro», to take lime by 


to get at one ; mn« i(l iljm (1 n <) f f D in m e n ? 


upon. Dunnn -, to simper at or on. 


the forelock; - nehincn, lo seize an op. 


wliat has befallen liim? ei fnui mid) (DD. 


2lnla^en, v. «. i, to look at etc. 


poiliinny. 


nur) i-iiie 5urd)t, ein Sd)rcrien:c. an, I was 


laughing, lo smile upon etc. 2. i to smile 


ainlaffCn , ir. „. „. l. ,ole. on.t» 


seized or struck Willi fear, terror etc.; e.' 


on etc. , to tavor. 


leave on. iSeillcn -JfDtf) -, to keep on; 


tnm mid) (ober mir) cine Sufi nn, }U ic. , 


2lnIoge, / 'P'- -i" l. [Sinnujni.i 


(5-ineni (Jllunc -, to allow any one to keep 


1 took a fancy lo etc.; 6er @(J)lnf fnni 


assessment, lax. imposition, impost, duly. 


on. 2. lo let go; to set a-going; (&inen 


und! ilU, 1 became diowsy. sleepy; ll'O« 


scot. (Sine - ni(id)eu, nn«fd)mbcn, to im- 


ipuuO)-, toset on; einen leid) ic. -, to 


flMumr it)n nu? what is the matter with 


pose a tax; eine «on Brr Sfegierung nuf ic. 


let water into a pond etc.; eine 9KÜ()le -, 


him? UHiiM <i uud)3'm^e .uifommt, if 


()etn(\d)te -, a duty or tax laid by govern- 


to set a mill a.going. 3. (A«()ll.] (OTelnllei 


the nt tal,es n,e. if (lie lit comes upon me. 


ment on etc. 2. laying out. plan, plan- 


-, 10 anneal; IMnn -, to blue. 4. ((Jineni 


ainfOmmCn, " <-^' arriving etc.. 


ning. Die- eine« e),iiTcn* mnd)tii, to lay 


-, 10 receive, to tieat. lo address, llebel 


arrival. S^im i|l fen, -, no access is to 


out a garden; fie - cine« SJeltiee jn '.SJniB, 


-, lo give one a had reception, to snub 


be had here. (accessible. 


a(roreslation.3.i-,9ln lea una, beginning. 


one. 


SlnCommlicft, '"ij- - (f- iperfi-neu). 


toiindatioii. eslablishing. estahlishmeni ; 


21nl<lffCn, 'r ■>. reß. Sid)-, to have 


älnföinmling, •« '~i, pi- -e> 


1". 5Unle,|en. 4. Sie rrile - Qii einem (Se.- 


the appearance, to appear, to look like; 


new coil, or. vtraiiger; novice. 


nmiee), rough sketch or draught. 5. bnild. 


lo give hope, lo promise, gid) \mtjl D». 


2lnED*fcn, ■>• <•■ iwnbi.] lo head. 


ing. work. -11, [ejnrcrilf.j gardens, walk«. 


Übel -, lo look well or ill. lo give good 


2lnfPt)fcr, •"• (-^, )''. -) [7f,iM.) 


pleasure. ground«; improvenienls. 6. 1 gifl 


or ill hopes; fid) flUt-, to hid fair, to pro- 


l.cder. 


of nature, (nalurall dispoeition , talent. 


mise fair, to give good hopes, to look 


3intoppeU\ , "■ «■ to couple. 


parts. - jnr @ri)ii>in!>fn(l)t, disposition to 


well; em junger >Wenfd), bcr iidjflutnn. 


SlnEornen, v. «. 1. 1» aiiure. to 


consumption; flllte - hnteii JU IC-, to have 


liier, a promising youth; ber S55eii«n (li g t 


bait. •>. i e-ilieil -, to alluie. lo decoy. 


(great, talents lor; et l,n( feme - Jlim Sif, 


fid) flllt nil, the wheat promises to be a 


^ntvadf^en, ■>. a. i. (&i,„n) -, i» 


VlUireii, he has no talent tor displilalioii. 


good crop; bnf SSJetter Iu g t fid) jum ?!<•_' 


caw at. to crnak at elc. 2. lo annouMC. 


7. stock, capital, fund. 8. allnvini, , ,. 


,vn nn, e,- hist H(h .i ii , Mi I'b eä regivit 



l«6t (i* (um Sritflt 



^iel'tr It. (111/ now goes ins levci t».. . 

ainlauf, -"■ '-'«, P'. -l.uife) I. a) 
cn.et. start, run. tut - ijuill <!lll()tlffe), 
cnset, as.ault. attack; einen - neljiiien, 
to lake a run ; to stand off for an advan- 
tage, b) frequent application, erijnttc flto. 
Ten - vt>n ic, tlie etc. applied frequently 
and urgently to liim; er l,ni immer fltogen 
- luMi (unGcn Scnten, many young gcntle- 
ni»n flock to liini every day ; |". Ucber I il n. 
(ill n)^r^en. 2. Ber - bcS 2B(i(i««, swell- 
ing, rising of water, swell; 6et - iet öe« 
geoen bns lifer, surf. 3. mat] headway. 
3111 -e fein, to he under headway. 4.-(^311lf= 
l.Ulf), crowd, assemlilage of people. 5. |>!lr 
ibit.] - einet Sniile, apophyge. apophygy. 

2XnIaufcn, *r v. ,.. (used «iti, mi 

1. ,0 begin to run. to take a run. tosta.t; 
torun. to run against, to run up, to run 
up to; to rush (up)oii. - loftcn tein roilM« 
Sttreein), 10 let <a wild boar) run agaiu.l 
a bonr-spear; mit dem fiopfe (in einen qjfo. 
|l€n IC. -, to knock one's head against a 
post etc. 2. 1 a) UtM, f(J)ltd)t -, 'o be 
disappointed; to run a bad chance; d-tlicli 



rcirt ft 

recepii^ 



fleO"i 






fiettcil -, to fetter a 


tyone, etnfitnt- 


put a child to the 


rea.t; tein Sie) " 


[Dei Kniern] to lioop 


; einem ifferte te 


3(iuni -, to bridle a 


horse ; Sen 3««m - 


i to bridle, to hold 


in, 10 curb; 6ie e 


lien ftbnmrtjen gotten 


-, I'TOfll.] topai 


slightly; tut C5kn'el)r 


-, to take aim. 


aim with a gun, to 


aim a musket etc 


D(i6 ®eii)el)t - (inf ic., 


to take aim at etc 


Jpdnb -, to put har 


d to work, to tak 


in hand, f. i^nnbi 


6(is®*iff-, f. a 


legen, v. n. 2. 1 a 


) aiufl.iflcn, äteiu- 



lay on 
b) ©« ■ 






egt l)'it'en nuf 
etc., to plan. &t l)nt t6 ollf 
3{cid)li)et6en (inQf If«', he aims at b 
rich; ei (luf ein i)(änf(l)(ben -, to be 
drinking mood, c) (Jmi.lo mit einem ■ 
concert, lay a plot; (einen ipnucel , <)>lan) 



10 etc., to shock. 3. to lose lustie, t 
come djil; - (I'. ©1(1«, Spieflelni, to tarn 
ish. 25tm ®(l)iminel -, to get mouldy; 
m(Kl)cn, in( Qmai (iiuAiifc. - »iniljcn, 
10 tarnish; pom 3{D(le -, to get rusty; 
KblBiltJ - lofftn , to make black ; (®Inl)l) 
mu - lofTeil, 10 make blue, 10 blue; (eine 
Deflentlinae) blau - laffen , to damask, to 
d»masken. to damaskeen ; eintn Ulnu - 
Idlien, d to make any one believe some- 
thing; 4. lli)p ] to rut. 5. to rise; - IB- 
SIBnlTtt, einem guide 10, to swell; - lu. 
elnetSlntfte), to rise sloping(ly). Die güfit 
,^nti ilim (ingcunfen, his feet are swoll 
en. inflamed. 0. ± to swell (on), to in- 
crease-, 10 rise. - I». ®(l)U«eil), to in- 
crease; I'lele fliint ©djultien 1 nuf en, roenn 
man fie jiif(immented)nel, in einer fltneen 
©umnic (in, many little debts, when added, 

anlaufen, ». ". »emen, -, m Im 
poriune. (itiicn niH Qiwai -, to solicit or 
press one lor etc. 

f. Muftllen. 



tions). 3. le-in fjcib IC.) -, 
Seine «leitet -, to put on on 
to dress one's sell; irillU'r — , 
mourning apparel, to go into 

spend. (Selti-, 10 invest lunds, 

place on good security; ((äciti) 

ill etc.; (®cl£i) (lllf 3l"|fn -, ti 









foil 



61 

establish- 



Cn« - (eint« ©diijfe j) , mooring; bii« -. 
ie 9lnleo " ng uon Änpitnüen, investment 
f funds, employment of capitals. 

ainleger, '«■ '-«■ v'- -) w- -'"") 

iniegen. 2. f- SJid) tfdjeit. 
2lnICQUnfl,/ f. einlegen, ... 

Slnlcßenw " -«. r'- -> '"""i f- 

iUnlcftn, S'Jlnleil,., Bntleljn. 
2«nlfftnf,/ (p(.-n)back Ota chair 
:lc.; f. Pcljnf. 

SInlCftnCn, -. <.. -nmc, to lean 



V. rtft. ©id) - nn ic. , to lean or lie 
against etc. 

Slnlcftncn, '■• ■■ r- amuiijen, 

C el) neu- d-Bfilit.] appui. 

2lntcftnj>unft, .«• <-e«, p'- -«) 
2lulf()i*en, "' « I- (Willem (fiiuiis) 

_ tn leach one. to make any oue lit for. 



((S-incn Snnben) -, to bin< 

aintcibe,/- 'W. -n)i^ 

aii.(S-incö|Tt"tli(l)eoe.StniiI 
eiil-loan ; eine - m(id)en, to 1 



ut to poll dincuii -II , t 
'oletpi. -,,(/. -tin n 

"'-■I 2lnlciiucn, 

mOl,l gli,l,i.:.te. 

'i'"^ ainlciten, • 



nding. 
, gove 

:. (@tn 



well, b) to lay the Inundation 01 etc 10 

found, (eine Slilöt IC.) -, 10 found, 10 

build; (@(()ulen IC.) -, to establisli; (einen 

ittcn) -, to lay out; ein ®efd)iifi -, to 

tabhsh one's «elf; JU2C(IID-, to af- 

lest, cine i!i>loiiie , to plant a colony; 

()5fliiiij|i;i£tc, Jlolonien inic-- to colonize, 

etc. ; iljctl)ci-6iiclD iD(ir üic erilc in 

u nil gel eg re isioDt, Weihers- 

field was the first settled town in Counec- 

; Stinniuuil) (111 Ceil a>. Si.) luovf i'" 

3al)tc IWU angelegt, Plymouth (U. S.) 

in 1620; ein eicniälDc -, to 

make a rough draught, c) (eilU'U) mil 

eicucrn -, to assess, to tai. ttCic l)0(t) 

|1 ct aiig - ■ ■ ■ 



ainlüttfern, 
aniout, •" (-'«, v 



tlnlauten, 

•UtDeit ic. - , to r 



ring the bell 1 
!Sei einem (übi 



©timije jut 
as a signal 
V. ... 1. «ci 



und any one (upon etc.); f. aiMflopfc 
anlCtfCn, r. a .0 lick, to lick 

Stnlcflen, •■• «• '• - "" "•■ "• ' 

■ fut against etc.. to lay to , on , to [ 
1. 10 etc. Die *B?nt«feflCl - . l-niar.] 
>iil home the topsail slictis ; cincEilti't 
. -, to apply a ladder to etc.; geiicr 
i set fire to a liouse ; ipPIJ (an« genet) 
I put sr add fuel to the fire; (an Letten) 
, to fetter , to enchain ; einem gcüel 



ed? ieüen aiiirflec nnc^ SBi'ilJiiiniie 
SBerniiigcn« -, 10 assess each titiien 
proportion, d) em odjlff - to lay 
on the stocks, e 

einlegen. 



tint 



>. iljiercu), to fallen 
■efi. iStrt) -, 1. - n 



., to slick to etc., to fil to ctt. 
1 fclnt>lld)e«ed)lf|)-, to grapple 



Nr. 4. 



4. i a) to < 
f. 'iinlcge 

aiulcgen, »• "■ I'M'^'-i '- ^™" ' 

ädjltfc) -, to put in, to land, to mo 
Jilt entinng -, to be ready to take in I 
iiig, 10 be loading; bei cintin <Sd)iffe -, 
lay a ship alongside of another, to 



aboard ' 



enrc 



Egc|d)U<e. 



•Jlnicgeilcg, 

des and lool-sli 

alnlrgrn, 



nn.iiibp (ilnlcri. 

■Jlnlcitcr, 



ainleitunfl,-' w 



aintcntcn , 



study. 



2inlerncn, ■ "• "> ■ 

10 get by leainius. 10 Icaiii. 

2Jnlcu(ftten, "- «■ "> i'°i<' " """^'^ 

to etc.; to let light fall upon etc., lo cast 
light upon etc.. 10 direct light to etc. 

2lnliebcln, '■ «• "> "">'' °" '"■ 

amorously, to look at etc. tcndeily. 10 ogle. 

2lnlicflfn, »■- "■ "• «' - "" "•- "> 

to lie near, close lo. 91n clliilllDet -, lo 
join, ß) (Sliigrenji'U) to border on etc., to 
adjoin, -b, boidering, contiguous, ad- 
jacent, b) - (I), filcibetn), lo lit well, to 
Sil close, c) -b '0. einem S(l)rciben um, in- 
clo.sed. d) [-JJiar.l 10 si.ind, 10 wind. See. 
lo.irtfi-, to stand off, lo «land for tlie 
offiog. 2. 1 a) to have any tiling at heart. 
®ie Iiepcn ti fid) nnBCli^Otn fem, ju tc, 
they »ere solicitous for etc.; f. -Jlngcle: 
gen. b) einem -, to solicit, to entreat. 



3(uhfflfn, >' < 

ru, solicitude. I. car 

2»nItC(^cnbcit, 



2JnIi§»cln, ■■ "■ i. ^ »J 

U.p,«' ,„a„„e,. 2. 1 ? - u.. a 

2lnIoten, f- «■ i- to prai. 

tni; r. Mrtvreiffii i. f. aiiiac 

Sanloden, ■>. « i. to an., 

toy. '2. i to allure. 10 decoy, to 
tract. -6, alluring, attractive. 

25[nlo(fcr, "> -f- p' - 

inveigler. entuer. male coquet. 

ipt. -eu) a coquet, coquette. ti:r 

2lnl0(fUng, / alluremen 



ülnlofcern, 

; to begin 10 Ij 



flare up. 2. f 
name. 10 kindle. — I', a. 1. I. 
«ise to blaze or lo llanie. 2. ± to kindle 
, inflnme. 

ainlötftcn, !• ■' - nil !c., 1. II 

Dj)der to etc, 2. i to unite »villi etc. 

2lnlÖtt)Ung , /• « soldering, soder 
Ig to elc. 

2lnluöcrn, ■■. a. [2B,iiMurDr.i to ai 

ire by a Ijaii. 
SinlÜgCn, ". «• l. CS-inem g-iiDd* - 

2lntÜftern, •■• « «o e^cire an ap. 

ainluücn, " •>- [-TOof.j to'iMir. to 
^nmaä)en, '•■ <•■ '. <" ftsieu; ... 

in to elc. 2. ± a) { eid) -, to insinnaie 

le's sell, bl O &111C 

<i« iH(iri)rii. 3. gf 
ndle, to light fire. 



Slum 

snmable. äciu -e« Jecttt, (fi,! 
fended riglit. 2. - (u. «pfrfuilt 
ing. arrogant, f. aniliageuD 
rogantly, presumptuously. 

2lnmagung, /. (p(. - 

tion, pretension. 






'ilii 111 ii g II 11 g^(je i il, m. presumptuoi 

a 11 "I n 6 II n g ^ u 1 1 , „dj. very presuni 

tnous. [f, iixaiie 

2lnmäflten, v- ... and reß. to fatte 

2lnjnaucrn, " «- - nu ic, to ». 

to etc., to build a wall against. 

2lnmaulcn, •> ■•. to pout at. 
2Inmau5en/f •>■ to mew at. 
2lnwtctfevn, ' <■ to bieat at. 

2lnmCl5en, "■ .•• to announce. 

((3-iiicm g-tiuni) -, to acquaint one wit 

etc.) , to notify. (SSeilll So") -, to repor 
(t(() -, to present one's self; fitft - InfTe 



told I 



2lnmet6ung,/. aiie act ofj giving 

Jtice. announcement; notification. 

ilnmcif en , «■ « to begin to 
2lnmcnge, r ein« en a e. -u, 

itii etc. 



i.'el)ni ic.i -, to tempe 

2lnmä^tiflcn, "■ <'ß- ©i* («i» 
2lnma(())lcn, " «. '■ - <in ic 

!c.) -, to paint. Bid) iai (»efidit -, 
paint. 

Slnmafincn , v. a i. to admouisi 

to animate. ,o urge, to exhort; f. (J 
in n 1)11 Ell. eiiioii fcdjulbnct -, to dun 
delilor. 2. to put in mind (of etc.). to r 

'Unmaftnung, / exionation. a 

9111 in all 11 u no «frt) tri ben,«. 
|9!id)tefpr ) monitory. 2. letter for callli; 

SMnniOrff^, -« i-f«, C' -n marcl 



-, to iu,sinuale| 2lnmerfCtl, "■ "■ l» observe. 
(S-iliilll (S-lronf mark. -, r o. 1. to rem.lrk, topercei 
to make, to ^ observe, to see. ©r Ingt fS (Id) nid)t - 

«per. (Snrbcii, nie 
to prepare, to [ per. 
5. (Sen ffljciu' not 



DEii 3f(iu|"d) 
he was tipsy 
to put or wr 



2lnm<irf(ftiren , ■> " 
2lnmaf(^cn, • "■ 

CTIctlfi -, to siring. 

2Jnmaf?en, " ..yiSid) 



ainmafenC , 



y. 2. to mark, ti 

■Jl II III c r f e n ä lu e c t Ij, f. äl ii in c r f tin fl S 
ei-tl). 

Stnmcrfer, >"■ (-«. p'- -) a. -mn 



Winmevtlxd) , 

sible. observable, n 
ftfnngSiDcvri). - 



arkable. 2. f. a li 
adv. remarkably 



Qlnmerfmig, f- ip'- 

rvation. remark. - innd)c 
liiiieii, (jpniifel) to note. 



■itiug) 



r his writings) ; b) ± - tldfC !c. lUildjeil, I 

<!liiniEff uiigöiuett^, (adj. worth 
aiiimcrfiiiioSiuiirSiio,^ of note, n 
larkable. — adu. remarkably. 
ainntPffCn, "•■ >■■ <■• l. to take mei 

ure. e-ineiii Einen 3ioc£ ic. -, to take an 



one for etc. 2. i to 
f. ainoeincfien. 

atnmteneln, 

fondly, tenderly. 

2Inmiftben, 



mnm\t,<'di-' 
2lninurrcn, 



adapt 



aiiin 

grumble at. 

MnmUtbff '• pleasantness, agree 

- (ini !Beiiel)men), grace, gracefulness, 
graciousness. 'Wit-, with grace . grace 
fully; DOfl -, pleasant, charming, sweet, 
graceful ; PljUE-, unpleasant ; unpleasantly ; 
nugracious. graceless; ungraciously, grace 



igraciously, gracelessly. 
SlnmurljrEid), adj. ve 



ainmutftcn. 






31ntnUt^ig, adj l.pleasnm, charm, 
ing, sweet, agreeable, 2. graceful. — adv. 
pleasanily; gracefully, -feii, / f. 91 n . 
llllltl). -lid), adv. pleasanily. 

Mnmütbanq , j. l. <act of, expect- 
ing, demanding (from etc.) ; f. 3 u in u . 
tl)Unfl. 2. interest; f. S 11 11, 5? ci q „ n fl. 
2lnnO,/- (-fjy((5-l(jenn.] A.nn(e).ailn- 
21lnne,/(-li«)Sd)eu, ■JiniidjeiKdim.), 
Nanny . Nau , Nancy. 

Slnna&eln, » v - (m, .c, to 
einnageln , •, « i. u 



tiled to the spot. 

ainnagcn. 



■ith 



Mnnaften, 



3lnnäl^en , " « 

1 (10). (Siiieii «lo(t. 



Slnnälicrn , 



Mi'ntl).] approx 
3 approach; tc 



re/l Sid} - , to a 
.w near, fid) ll 

Slnnalgnte, j- ip' -m accepuug. 

,ing, receiving; admission; reception. 
,Einc« -ffiedifel«), [§„lII^cl] acceptance; 
i)tid)t-, 111(1)1 erfoifltE -, (§,;n!iel] non- 
acceptance; - (fhlE« SECieiitcil ic.i, engag- 
;; - (Eine« SCurtc«), acceptation, f ac 
jition; - nil SinUi Start, adoption; - 
lie« 35ciuci«f(i5et) , admission; -(Ciller 
Eiuuiig ic ) , adopting . embracing; f. 

MnmbevanQ , / l approaching. 

proach ; [sBMllJ.j approximaiion 2, J 
®eflfn|"eiti(jc - , mutual advances. 

annäl,etiiua«Otnl,En, in [»cfefti. 
moff.] trench of approach , parallel. 

9liinnl)Erunfl«fnift, /. igiljDf.] cea- 
ipetal force. [approaches. 

9liinnl)trun()«ii,crfe,n.p;. [»ctnl.) 

ainnaftung, /• f- äunnljeruufl. 

2lnnalen , /• p'. annau. 

<!lnii(ilenr,1)rEil,Ei:, in. annalist. 
SInnalift, m. i-cn, pl.-ew. .mnallst 
2lnnnffen, ■••"■ lo ...oislen. lo dam.c 



mm 

ilnnaten, f pi iS'"i)- ^'^*r 

Jlnnebft, r ^feur 
annehmbar , "<<)■ acceptable. 
2lnne8mcn, "• »■ « ' »' " 



cept 



tpcilci 



.lacii) 



(Deject; b)i to refuse, tfin älint, rill -Miicr> 
Hftoll ni*t-, to refuse an office, an offer; 

tie m"'- '•> '»''• =•""'■■ '""' 3'i(I"'- 
l<!B.»Miifl"'-l '" assault, c) - (f. ©ntfteu), 
to take, ©iue Sonn oö. ®e(l.ilt -, to take 
< form or sliape . to assume a shape ; i>ie 
garbe - (iv StiiOfi». "> '»''^ '!'= ''>'' *' * 
a) to receive, to accept Seflicfte -. to re- 



to adopt; Jll ' 
r; fid) - 1"IK". 



(Jiiuo« mi (I'fet fi'iv) iiiiSijtii'i*' It- - . ' 
take for granted etc.; (ct ron:B e« md) 
fütetnfl- take lit) iu earnest; ncljme 

i,„6 K. (t'D. c« fcl IC.) , let us suppose at 

supposing (it to be true etc.), suppose (v 
did it etc.), supposing lit were etc.); m( 
fnlill, Diirf -, it is to be supposed, d) 
admit, to grant; to concede; to subscril 
to. i-TOeiiiungeii K-) - , to embrace , 
adoi't ; (Elite gttlioioil IC.) - , to embraci 
eine ®c(liilt - , to assume a sliape ; 
u (11)111 luieticv feine nniürli(l)e (äiifliilt (i 



fflCllH'lJlllieitcn) -, to contract; fill llilj 
ilEffcn-, to assume haughty airs; eine f 
fiMiM^re airt t'l'ii giiOlxiii -, to adopt a ps 
ticular mode of liusbandry ; Dell ®(l)eill 

to pretend, e) (3imi ®c()ein) -, t" "■ 

91 11 (J e III« 111 men, assumed, feigr 

ed. f) (aCiSecred)tu(t)) - , to assume, gi 

(.mi jnococti 



. aifect- 
i)l)iie «eiueiä, o!)ne <ffiei 



annehmen, irvrefl. 

(t)e-, to take care of etc., to 
self in. for; I'ld) 3tlH.lll!>6 

2lnnc6inen, 



t en; 



I adj. acce 
Ol,i,ieliin.ina*»tir6ifl,5tabie. 

Slnneljmcr, >"• <-«. p' -> </■-"' 

accepter; [»nilDtlJ accepter, acceptor. 

ainneftmli*, <■*• •■ acceptable, 
(uon »eiuei^niittelii), admissible. 1. agr< 
able, pleasant; f. 21 llfl e tl el) 111. -felt,/. 
())/. -em 1. ;.cceplableness. 2. pleasant- 
ness, agreeableness. sweetness. 3. plea- 
sure, delight; comfort, -en, fl, comforts. 

^nne^inung , /• acceptance ; f, 
Slniuihrae. 

ainneigcn, ■> <>• - "" "•- to incUn« 

to etc. Aid) -, 10 lean on. ag.ninst. to in. 
dine ones self lo etc. ; fid) (3-llltm -, tc 



5lnp 



Cffiatl,.] convergent lines. 

ainncfteln, ■ ■ « to uce, to 

with poinfi or t.igs. 

2lnnC?Cn, ■>-■■■ to moisten (a liltl 
to wet; f 3>ei)Eii, Bcncljen- 

2lnnicEen, -• ■■ t» «<>* '<>■ at- 
2lnnieten, ••• "• ^ and i -on; 

2tnntftcn, "• " - "" "■- "> »^ 

nestle- to build a nest against etc. 

2tnnomtntttion,/ m)<i-\ anno 

lalioii. paronomasy. 
atnnUttdt,/ <V'- -Ehi annuily. 

ainnuUattonSftaufcI, J- <p' - 

inceling-cUuse; defeasance. 

ainnulltven, »■ -. to „nnni. 

;nder null, to nullily. to cancel, to Kii 
ilale. to defeat. -Jl n 11 11 11 1 1 11 n i) , /- 

iUnoftren , "■ " "> i"°'"i'! "''^ 



Linolen, ■•. •■ «> ""« «"i' °'i- ' 

,1. B,e>iln Bill ltd. »il'as- 
Anomalie, J <P'- -n) anom.ily. 

atnomalifd) , ■"H- anomalous. - 

dv. anomalously. 

ainOmaUftifcl) , adj. anomalisH 
all. -e? ^Mjr. l-;i|ll-l'll.) anomalistic yea 

«Hllümjm , I nrfX anonymous. 

atnOntlinifc^,^ ■"<"■ anonymously 

2lnOn^mU6 , "'• L anonymoi 

2lnoröncn, ■• » '• •" °'^"' 

onimaod. to direct. '2. to order, to arrang 

o regulate, to ordain, to dispose, to insi 

nte, to establish. (Sllli'll ioo -, to fix a 

day; (Ituppeii) jiir ®il)Md)t -, to draw up 

order of battle to marshal or array. 

»MnOr&nCr, ... ,-6, ;./.-) l. orderer, 

rector, arranger- 2. compiler; - (eince 

,,,]l)lnttc6i, editor. 

2tnDrönun{i, /■ (p'- -'"> '■ ""-der- 

gulation. disposition, arrangement, pre- 

^npaden, "■ «■ i- <« '»y ''"id of. 

seiie. to calch, to grasp; to fly at etc.; 
i». aiiiiibern K.) - , to attack. 2. ± (©i. 
•11) -, to attack. 3. - din 2C.) , to pack 

etc. [paste on, to paste to etc. 

'Unpappen , ». a. - ton -.c. , to 
ainjiaffen, "■ ••■ '» «'■ "> ^"'^ - 

1. Äleiemi), to lit; -D, fitting; f. 91 1.: 

,1 6 1 1 d). 

2ltlt>0ffCn, .■- " 1- '" fil. '» »dapt. 



3liip 



63 



2(nvftu?en, 



Jlnijec^en, •> ••■ f 9in 



oil !i. , to 



2ln))fdÖICn, ". «. I. to tasten to 
pale or stake- to pale up. aDrilllli'ife -, l 
prop or underlay vines. 2. i(5"illeili - , I 
mpale. 

2lnj)fetfen, <>- ■•- «■ i- t» whisn 

t etc. 2. to hiss at. - ... n. 9lngopfi 



ton 



2ln*)flan,<en, v. a. to cui 

pbinti to lay out, 

2lnvflansf r, ... i-*. p' -) 
ainjjflanjung , / '"» 

planting; plaii.ation ; seltlem.nl. 

3lnj>fl£)(fen, "■ «• t" p^s- ' 
2ln:)jfluc5cn, " »■ i- to begin 

plowing, to make the first fuin 



3ln)»fro»)fen , 

i 3rit -OKiiocii - , I 

uflf 

'2ln,vinfeln, .■ <■ ><> ?■""' ' 
Slnjsiffcn, r. „. tu piss at. 

upon etc.. to bepiss. 






ni.f ic. -, to fit a lid on etc. 2. f to a 
(&ini-t ®(id)c) -, to adapt to etc., i 
commodate to etc.; eine 9ieDe, bie bi'i 
funa^ttoft tili flciiiilen JBeriTonCef o 

capacity! 3. to try on; f. -llnprobe 

ainjjaffung, /• '• «"'"s- »' 

tion. 2. i adaptation. 

21n*atf*ctt, "• "• ("sed will 



JMnjjldvrCn, ". a. to bawl at etc 

^Inplatidfcn, »-«■ f-äinpotfiDe 
Jlnsjlotfcljern, "• "• to dabbie 

mnpla^en, on tused with fcim 

J!(id)Virf)i) oitflepliiSt toiiiiiuii, to bu 

blaze; f. 91 It 1 I d) e 11. 

2ln*itauöcrn, .■• ". lemcm -, 

addiess in a babbling manner. 

%npOditn, o- '<■ - 'in K-, to kno 

2ln:tJ0ttcrn, " «• ' "'"■" » 



2Xnt>ofaunen, 



ülnjjofc^cn, c-a.SBöaci-, f. sin 
2tnj>vaiicn, »■ « ^oj,^ by a 

ression. <i\mx ©iid)e Den isptcnipel - 
tamp. 

2lnjjraU, ."• «-e«. p'. -'^ '■ ^' 

ig against etc. 2. bruise, conlnsioi 
. II. (Used with fein) - on it. , to b 
trike or lly against etc. 

2lnjjraffcln, >■■■ "■ ("s<^d »ith 



2ln}jrcBigfn, 



64 



9lnp 



9(nr 



JlnJjreiSIic^ , »'';. recomn.endable. 

2tn>>retfung,/■<P'-f^|p■■ai^ingetc. 

2ln»rCnCn, v. a -mi k., to ca..se 
(„ bound against elc, to dasi, o,- throw 
against elc. 

2lnj>reOen, <• "■ -mi k., to p,e.s 

or squeeze against ere, to squeeze to etc. 
2lni>rtrffln , '• «■ to impel by 

2ln^l'0l'Pn , ) ,:a. (SileiMr) -.to 

Sln^rpbircn / try on 
2tn*)uffen, »«i "i'l' i"»' - 

än:>>unftcn, v. a. t„ dot 

2Jn»juften, •■■ " '■ t» I'low ■2. 10 

"sjln^lUlg, '" I- dressing. 2. dress. 
finery, —en, i' " to dress. ®i(f) -e II, to 

2(nquatcn ,) »• " i. to croak at. 

SMU(1UatCn,^2. l '<> address any 
2lnflUtftfn,) »"e in a croaking or 

2lnflualmf n, >■ <•■ <"sed «itii icm) 

to smoke at or against. - v. n. einen -, 

sinauctfdjen, ■ "■ to squeeze 

EgaiMSl. to et.. 

ÜltlflUtcEcn, <■■■ " ('Keinlliiro.J to 

an.agamale. (gamation. 

2lnfluirfung, / (oi,ei,ifima.) amai- 
JUnrarfcn, •. « (»(nt.j - tasten 

21nraincn, • » lo border on etc.; 
2lnranmtrn, '■ <■ to fasten by 

2inranfcn , "■ " - >■'■"> "■> . to 

fasten (10 etc) by means of tendrils. — 

r. re.n. Slff) -, lo clasp, lo mine lound. 

10 cling lo. [to rasp a Utile. 

SlnrOfjjCln, '•■ «• to begin to rasp, 

2Inraffeln, >• ■< lorameat. agains.. 



ainratft, -" <-e*) ^dvlce.connsel; 
Slnrat^en, >< (-«)j reco enda- 

2lnratften, <■ •■• to advise, tocoun- 
2invätftig, '"ij- advising. 
2lnroucl&cn, " "• '• «<> «"'okf at or 

against; 10 strike against (as smoke), i. 
'Jliujcrn MCl)i fciii (!>. ©vt'ft'" lO. to be 
smoked. — V. n. I to begin lo smoke. 
(CS-int$iafe)-, to light; (cine iifiic «pfciff) 
-, lu smoke lor Ihe first lime, lo begin lo 
smoke, lo smoke the first time out of (a 
new pipe). 2. to besnioke. to lover willi 
smoke ailiger (1 11 (1)1, besmoked ; smoke- 



.) fumigation. 
alnrdumen, f « to remove toelc 

2Inrauf(*cn, -•"■ (used win, ü-in 

. couie near or (o approach rustling, ic 
ish against, -il nj pr n u f d) t toiiiiiu'ii, te 
ish on. [against elc 

2lnred)en, ■>• « lo rake towards o, 
2lnre<^nen, r. „. i. to charge, t< 

■ikon; (S-ineili CS-tll)ili5 -, lo charge (pu 

large; to ascribe ; lo account. 5pi>(l) — 
1 rate very high; (Jllicni -, to atlrlbut« 



ainrccbnung,/ charging etc 
2Jnret^t, ». i-c«, vi--t> - nuf, 

right, claim, lilletoelc. 31(le 9M(nf(t)Cll 
l)(lbi'll cm - Ouf K. , all men have a right 
to elc. 

3lnvcfce, /. (?'•-"> l- (Dos -Jliircben) 

address, accosting. 2. address, ©inc [iffeilti 
licl)c, friei-liil)C -, harangue; |91lreril)-J allo- 

harangue; (^et '}5fn(itii!iit) Ijirlt eiiic fiirje-, 

made a short address. 3. [9illct.J apostrophe, 

t aposlrophy. [vocative case. 

>lliiri^6cf(ill, m. [(Si-.imni.I vocative, 

Sinti:» CI (la, «I. [ZedjM.J day of ad- 

SlnrcSen, « <■ ' to speak to etc., 

10 address; to accost. OeffnilUrt, , fcictlid) 
-, to harangue; ('Kljel.] lo apostrophize. 
2. hinein enudß -, to persuade any one 
lo take, buy etc.; f. 51 ll f if) iii (i ^ c n, 41 it f. 
f(l)lunOen. 3, emcii - tun ic, lo beg for. 
to beg of one. 

Sinrcge,/- \- älnrcfluiig. 

ainrcflen, v. «. i. mm -, i. 

■>l II I treibe 11. 2. 1 a) to slir up, to ex- 
cite. Den (ä)i-i|l -, to stir up the mind b) 
(5-iliell-, to animate, to stir up. lo incite; 
te-ilieni - ,11 li. , tc incite lo etc., to slir 

suggest, to hint. Sfefle feme SJrnaf ilbtt 
(Uertd)t6barfcii (i ii , don't louch upon any 
judicial question, d) [finiljl.] to mention. 
•11 11 fl c r C 1 C V «((Ißcit, as mentioned beloi e 

2lnrfgcr, >'<■ <-i, i>i. -> soggester. 

proposer. [against. 

ainreflnftl, v.i,,,,,. - m-.t., to rain 
2<nrCgUng,,' l- Incilallon, incite- 
ment. 2. Iiintiug. meiitianing. 3>t - brill: 
(jeil , to touct, on or upon elc. , to advert 
lo ; to slir; lo make tnenlion of; (lib be> 
lien, bie Mefcc in - briiiucii, iiirtjt Duo (je.- 
rinortE öd)Ör. give not the least ear to the 
Diovers thereof; euieii (äleijcnilmiti 6ei fk\. 
nein luicbcr in - btiiijeii , to put any one 



ainveibcn, 



begli 



2lnväud)ern, 



: by snio 



pply smoke to ; [Si)em. :(.] lo fumigate 
Rail). fsird)r] lo incense. 2 (<!Blir|le !C 

älnräu*frung,/ titf act o. pe 

itring; [Snth. ,ftird)e] incensing; [(Jhen 



rubbing. 3. to rub against 

2lnrci*ern, »■ ». (o.veroiiiiro.j 

rjei - , to purify , enrich by fusion. 

iteid)etiiiio , /., Slurei d)er(it belt, 
/. Ihe acl of enriching ores by fusion. 

ainreifen , r » (»se«) »iih feim to 
ainrciften , - « i to smug i« 

file on a siring 2. lo se« loosely (to etc.). 
to baste on; [0»«-.) (Setjejel) -, to lace 



2 t - iiti IC, to come after etc.. lo follow ; 
to rank svith etc. 91ii IC. mffeii (id) uieU 
5t)loeriin(|cn -, from etc. may be deduced 
many inferences. 

SIni'CtgCn , if. o. o. I. to begin I» 
tear. (S-ill illteä gd)iff -, to break up an old 

take off. to break in upon etc. 3. to chalk 
out. tod, aw. tosketch. 4. (tecfcn. ©tuhlni.] 

2lnrct#er, -" (-«, p/. -> [®iii6= 

(ir6.1 scraper. 

ainrrttcn, ir ■■ n. (used with feiio 

1. to ride near, lo ride forward, to ride up 
lo etc. 2. - (111 ic., to ride against etc.; - 
i)f(|en (ben ifetnb) , to charge. 3- f o to 



ebel- 



ainreitftt, >> ^ -. i. (e-m mtx^f -. 

lo ride for the first lime, lo break u\. 2. 

Slnreij, •"■ C-e«, P'. -O incUation, 

lus; f. antrieb. Erne :c. ifl ein tiiiidjtiaec 
- jnr 5lrbcit, the etc. is a powerful stim- 
ulus lo labor. 

ainrCtJCn , ■■■ "■ l» incite, to .tim 
ulale . 10 instigate, to induce, lo entice. 
(5-iiien jit einem Serbredjeii -, to instigate 

2(nreijung, / i- inciiing, incua 

tion, incitemenl, instigation. 2. f. 31 n . 
rcii, 9ieij. 

9liireijutiflöiiiittel , n. incentive, 
stimulant, provocative. 

Slnrenncit, '>■ «» f.«. (used wiii. 

rent) - , '3Iii g ero nil t fLMiiinen , lo come, 
advance, approach running. 2. to begin to 

lo run upon, against, to fall (up)on. 4. 
»(illb-, 1 to come blindfolded ; Übel-, 
,-. 91»reltcii No. 3. 

2Inrcnncn , " « i. to rush upon 

etc., to assail. 2 1 to importune any one. 
3 G-ineti an (Me 9D.iiib it.) -, to run any 
one against etc 

2lnri(fttebanf IC.,// (.sintidit. 
21nri(*tc, imd). 

2lnrid)teU, •■■ «■ '• a) $ to prepare, 
10 dress. DieSiippe-, ti. serve up 1 lie soup; 
3?(>lj -, to dress limber, b) lo gel ready, 
to serve up, send up (Ihe victuals), to dress, 
or serve up dinner, «upper (for one). 2. 



2Jini*t(e)Eunft, / 



Ifel,/. di 



9Uirid)ttifd), 

anrichtet, > 



Slnrit^tUng ,/ dressing elc 

2(nricd)en, ■>■. »• «■ i- (»nm 



9lnr 

emit, cause a smell. (Diefft fiiifcic.) rieri)r 
einen ffl)r gut nu , Mas a very agreeable 
smell. Uor by) small rings. 

aainvtngdn, «■ «■ lo fasten witii 
SInringen, "■ «• i. lo fasie,. «ici. 

rings. 2. lo ring. 

2lnvingcn , >'■■ r. „. - oi-.ifn !c. , lo 

struggle against etc.; f. Mil FA 111 ;)f C II. 

ainrinncn, ir.i'.n. (used win, (cm) 

2lnl'itt, '"■ (-f«. pi- -" approacli 
on horsel)Kck; first trial of riding. 

2lnri^en, "• <■• «> "'^;i"-' » 'i'"» 

lo mark by scratches. 

atnrOllcn, v. „. msed with feiiO 1. 
to roll on. -, niicierDlIt fommeii , to 
;ipproacli roiling; to drive up (in a car- 
riage). 2. - .111 !(., 10 roll against elc. 

»MnroUcn , »■ «. - <•>» k-, '» "i' <»• 

.0 cause to roll against etc. 

2tnroftcn, "■ »• <"sc<i wuii ffin) i. 

to lusi on. 2. - (u. filiiigeii jc.) , lo begin 

,0 rust. [chnlk. to ruddle. 

2lnVPtbctn, "• «• '« ma.k iviH, red 

ainrötften, »-reji. ©kij -, lo paim. 

2lnViit^tig,/ "-U- disreputable , ill- 
2lnrÜct)tg , ^famcd.r,-.llier notorious. 
On IjDijcm ®riiPe -, infamous. 

3lnrÜt^ig?Ctt , /■ 'lisrepute. Ill 

ainriicEen, ". "■ (used win, fcin) - 

(0&.Üllinnfell), 1. 10 advance, lo come on, 
3viO, 10 approach, to iliavv on. 

2ltir«ifen ,"•"■- on u., to move 



to row ashore; nil Dn^ 
aboard. 2. 91ii (eitu-li Sfl| 



»djiff ■ 



again 



Itfet 



giiieii iUnrtjeii) nil« SniiD , iiii 6110 

ng to 

. 91itf 



2InvHf, '«■ <■-"■! p'- -« 

etc.. appealing to elc , call, s 
Dell - 6er «if)il6iunrf)e (fiiio ft "" i" «•>» 
when challenged. 2. [3ttä)ti\\iv .] a) action 
upon appeal, b) f. 31 11 r ii fii 11 ,j 6 lit) t if t. 

2Tntuffn, »■ «-«) i". •Uumfuno, 

<31ntilf. 

2(nrUfCn, Ir.v.n. I. to can to etc.; 
- (U. ®(l)ilM»ll(()ill) , to challenge ; (em 
Sdjiff) -, to liail. 2. t (einen) -, to call 
on or iii>on elc. . to appeal to elc. ; (®l)tt) 
-, to invoke, to implore, eilten tUll "»a: 
llnilö, ®(l)u$ -, to call upon one lor pro- 
tection; eilini 11111 ijlilfc-, 10 implore any 
one's help; rill l)i)l)tte« ®eti(l)t-, to appeal; 
einen jiim Seujeil -, 10 call one 10 wit- 



iJdU'UfCV, '" (-f- pi- -) '-lie il'a« 
calls to etc. 2. |3(c(l)t«f(jr.) appellant. 

Slnnifung, /■ '• <:»i»ng <"■ "vv^«i- 

ingto; invocation, + imploration. 2. [Oiicl)!«. 
iVr.l appeal. [peal. 

älnritin ii(jS|)etid)t, w. court of ap. 

ilni-nfiiuoStlnne, / action upon 
appeal. [appeals. 

antufnna-rniljiint, /. the wife of 
Deulseli Eiitjl. V/örlerhuch. II. 



3lni 

etc. (court of appeal 

«liriifnuflivitbtcr, m. judge of a 
9lltriifiinnSfri)rift , /. appellaiory 

brief. 

ülnrühmen , •>■ <■■ f. sinpteifen. 
2(nrüliren, ■> "• i. to handle, to 

touch. 2. ± B) f. 91 lit ml en. b) [Kccbtäfpr.) 
to mention. 3. CWit etronä fflnlTioei") -. 
tu i„i,. 10 temper. -21 11 fl t r t"i 1) r tc ffilttcn, 
waler-color«. [mixing. 

Slnriiftrung, /■ bandimg. louching. 
2lnrum|>e{n, ■>■ >■ (used with fein) 

to rumble toward.s etc, 

2InrU§Cn, ". "■ lo cover »üb soot; 
it. (0 black lead. [prepare for. 

^nrüfien, '■ «a sm - \u «., to 

ainrÜftling , .<• prepamllon. 
2ln'§, (abl.rev. = „n ?.f.) -Sid)! 

i'i-in()Cii, to bring to liglil; l'iä - Sn'u . up 
10 one's knee; f. 91 n. 

ainfäbeln, ■>. "• lo cut longi.iy. 
ainfacPcn, .>■ «• >" »'" - "■ ■■'•/• 

®irf) -, o 10 fill . to glut. 

Slnfficn, >■•■ "■ i- (^icf«)-, i» sow 

(for the first limei; to begin to sow. 2. 
[(3JerD. :c.] lo sprinkle with meal. 

ainfäung,/- sowing. 
2lnfago, /■ <pi- -n) i. notincaiion, 

intimalion. ileclaralion. - ((ici einem 9?eiri)f: 
ttt<\f>, proposition. 2. errand, message. 3. 
(2)i3i:ln6iin(|) summons. 

9lnfn(jeje(ttl, m note of declaration. 

ajnfagcn, ■•■ "■ '• "> ""''ly- e-'nem 

etionä - , 10 notify etc. lo any one; ben 
einniDljnctn tier ©tutit i(l nnocfant luov; 
Den, boß K. 10 Ihe inhabitants of the city 
it has been iioliiied that etc. 3. to announce, 
to denounce, to proclaim, to declare, to 
intimate, to indicate; to bring word. Cf. 
fnitlid) -, 10 proclaim, lo promulgate , lo 
publish; (einen (SetliDiftnn) -, 10 appoint; 
ffin ©pirl - , lo call one's game; cine 
üfrf.inimllina -, 'o <all a meeting; (till 
©(tinnfpiel) -, to give out; jnr 9Biirt)e -, 
to warn for gnard ; (SnlDotfii bit spnrnbe-, 
to warn soldiers to appear on parade; tine 
93nractijerf.iinmlung iiiif einen jcroifren ifiii 
-, 10 warn tlie citizens to meet on a cer- 
tain day ; (11 3filthe - , 10 summon to (a) 
council'; (id) - l(l(Ten , to send word ; f. 
■iliinitlben ; fnfl, fnfltii Sir pfer fug er 

jltlfägCn, ". "■ <•> begin to saw, 10 

gaitifagcv, »■■ (-«. ?'■ -> <"'' 'i">i 

2InfngUng,/ notification; dccb.m. 

Slnfaramcln , " «■ "> gather, to 

accumulate. - u. reJI. Sid) -, lo collect, 
to gather; 10 accumulate, to increase. 

2lnfamralung , /■ accumui.ition, 

galUering. 

Slnfagig, "'(/■ domiciled, domiclllat- 

(one's self). 

9lnfö6i(i(eit,/ stare of being domi- 
ciled etc., domiciliation. 

ainfalj, '"• (-e«. P'- -InOe) 1. put- 
ting to or upon, selling to or near, ßc l)at 

mon ease or facility; bee - ( be6 efli.!.! 



:.), preparing. 2. 1 a) inctinalion. dis 
ition. - in ic, disposilion to etc.; ft 
Pii iffiniTerfiid)f, a disposilion to droj 
) (9In|rt)I(la) eslimale, eslimallon ; - 
incr 3;fd)nillig), charge, rale. 3. a) d£ 
it, crust. Zn - ill bei »IJhiiine ic. , 1 
ihich sticks lo Ihe bottom of the p 
aucepanefc. b)- (Mllfeljfliitf), piece joi 
n ; f. 91 11 fe^ (t il (t. 4. a)['Iltii|-.](-Wiiiiba 

ornelc. b) (-TOav.) headpiece of Ihe si 
) [91rtl!l.l reinforce, d) [9ltmt.] cpipliy 
piphysy. e) [SBut.J apophysis. 5. alia 
nsel; il. run, siart; einen - nrljiiieii 



Nröße, /. [OKntI).] dil 



ainfancrn, ■>•'•■ f '•o» 

ix u,il, leaven; (. einffiue 

2lnfnufcn, ■>■ "• "ß- 



2lnfaugen, "■■"•!/• " 

sucking. 2. - (P. »(ntcflclli K 

ainfnufcrn, "• «•? einen - m, 

SnftlcJ, 10 breali.e genlly upon elc. 



take 



Infnufcn, 



whistling; to rush 

2lnfrl)al>en, 



] to provide remittances, gllieni etiuaä 
to supply one with elc. ; in arnf« 
asotri'itljf , iu üiele iBanrrn -, ($an5tl] to 
verslock one's self; \ul) (itiun« -, to pur- 
hase, to buy. 10 furnish one's self with 
tc.; (SJeCientc. -, 10 engage; ec |d)(ifft 
fineui 5Te{fen (yelb, Sebenämittrl ii.Sleiber 

nd cloihes; luie luu'len una ic. -, we will 

übet Ble SButrStfje jii :c. - ? who will lind 
the money or provisions for etc. 7 2. ir. 



2lnfc^offcr, m.,-,^, ,./. 



2«nfct)affung, J- lu.uishing win, 

etc., providing, proem cn.enl, purveyance; 
[^anbel] provision, .emiilance. - nuirt)(ii. 
(«p.inbell to provide rem. nances. 

2lnfd)nftCn, "■ »- «Sin ®n»el)r. -, 
lo stock; (.Stiefel) -, 10 put new legs lo 

ainfdjftlen, >■■■ «■ "> ^'■■i'" "> v^'' 
2lnf*aacn, »• «■ "> -"'i'^ -against 

sMnfrtjalniuiig , r-i ■' 

2lnfct)an,:^en , ■■ '■■ (■'"Ji'ii '" •'''■ 

''"llnffO'flvfen,""- "• •" s--<"i f- -J'"- 



60 



aiu) 



ainfdjarrcn, - •« i- •" ^<^i'» "> 
2!nfd)auen, "■« '• '» i»»!' >"• s'" 

at; to view. 2. [If,eol.l lo contemplate. 3. 
to perceive by intuition. 

2lnf(&oucn, >•■ <-«) i- iooiii..g at, 

a looking on; viewing, view, sight, aspect 
2. Dnf-, llfjeol.) intuitive vision (olGod)i 
[TJI)ilD|".l intuition, perception; il. contera 

2lnfct)aucn6, p'"-'- «•'j- intuitive: 

©ill« -e 6rfl?ltliniie , an intuitive percep 



2!nfcI)a«cnStt«frtft , H'-" 
2(nfcöaucneuniv&ig,^ »f 



2lnf(feauex-, >" <-*. p'- 
2lnf(li(iufcln , ■■• ■■■ " 

(fiiiinä - ni,irf)cii, to give a 



isible. einem 
.' a-(ttMiti 



2ltifr^auIirl)feU,/"Wen 



2lnfd)äumen, 



2lnfd)0uung, / 

oking on; view. Seine - 



2. i 



;f.9liifrt)iiUEU. 
tni#, /. iuiui- 



2lni 



get ready, to n.alie one's sell ready 
set about a tiling. Qr |"(t)ic{[ fi<S) )u ic. I (BiefcS ÄlnDi 
nil, lie prepares, is preparing for etc. ; iiu easily, lias 
Belli Dt6» flrf) nil I'd) left, JU :c. , Dido pre- 
paring to etc.; firt) niberii ju Qmai -, to 
beliave awkwardly, to begin a tiling stu- 
pidly; tt f(t)iefl ftrt) ällleä Dnjil nil, every 
tiling seems disposed for it; fie fd)((tt fid) 



9lnf 

it. posting up, affixing. Der - 6et SDJefle" 

.niiS QScjliibe !C., surf; - (einer Orflcl), stop; 

n leidtUtt -, sounds 

ch; (Hie Slinte) iin 

DP. licnell, lo aim at etc., lo have in one's 
eye; (Diefcä ^aui) i|l im -e, is pur up for 
sale. 2. a) - (einer glinte), butt-end. b) 
-, -jeitel, m. hill posted up. 3. i a) (Se; 
red^nung), calculation, computatiou ; estima- 






©uir 



rst. 3. 
ed ag.u 



contemplation, b) 
9i 11 f d) n II II 11 G 

live knowledge. 

9lnfd)nnnnn«i'frmi-oeii,».iuiuiti 
91iifd)niiiiiifl«n)erll), ( I". 31 ii= 
9liifd)niliiiifl«i«i'ivt)iiJ, 5 fd).iiieii 

roevil), 9lii|"ri)iiiini«roütbio- 

ainf^Cin , '»■ (-C« '• appeatan. 

.semblance, show. 9?,if;i fcui -e urrljeilcii, , ei 

all likelihood; cf i|i nllir - bnjM in, there 
nl« od !C. , it seems llial etc., il loolis as 



'. — b, adj. and ndv. appa 
ipaiently. in appearance. 

2Infcl)Ctnli*, '"'/ 



2tnf(iicben , ••■■ » 

,aiiist. — r. n. IfieflfllV.J 



2tnf4)icl)etif*, >« 
2Jnffbiftcr, »'• <-*- 

Oclip. le.] lie that bowls etc, 
|-. 91nf(Dnti. 

2lnfi*ielen, »o- emen-, to 

at etc., to look askant upon, at eti 

2lnf(*icnen , ' « i» f'» i" 

upon ; I'. Sirfdllr ill ii. 

2lnf*icfecn, " "• « '• "> 

(by shooting). 2. ± t »it n ü e id) I'l ' 
have a little touch of folly. 3. (Dn 



g-lllllc. -, to fire lor the Ii 
to handsel. 4. licrtjll.) to 
(Sin »cobJ -, to put ""1 
(iM ic, [@d)neil).] to sew t 

[iDp.J >" print lo e.c. 5. 

2tnf*ieicii, » " 

I. to shoot first, to begii 



enient, valuation. «Sjit ntndje 
lioe übet Me £o(lcn eiiieä zc, w 
males of tlie expenses of elc, we cal- 
ite or compute the expenses of etc.; 
- brinjen, to take into ito put to) ac- 
ut, to consider; to charge, b) plot, 
trivance; design, proje 
usel, advice; ein (jef)eimer -, mad 
(id)i'ii (iiif ic, to plot 
ive; ctiicn - nnf 3ein 









einen 



nindjtn , t 
1. the pla. 



again 



gcndereinfnffnnfl) 
jolj, [•Uiiil;!.] in 
[il)t).] leather-si 



[Itäin.] - nil Zl)mei\ le. , the 
doors, rabbet of the frame of a 
- dill cinee jlcinernen lljuc cbtc 

k. mill-clapper; -, 



fd)D)"|"cn (umii 



lilfffll, to 
, fiiiilafUl 



inst elc. 4. (u. w. ICIII) 
.taliic. 3ll itliruiUell - 
; ielci @aii frtj u'0i jii 
: beiliiniuten Suriii nn, 



form. Dil 
ent. (3111 



2Infcl)Cllf n , •> 

with Ijnllill) to ring the 



2lnfd)crc,y 

M, ». ... lled,n. i 



arp. 2. 



2lnfc()crvfal)I, -" >-ff. vi-vurn-) 
2lnfdjid)tcn, •- "• - mu., to put 

I lave.s at ihc side of. Sji-lJ. Siritietc. -, 



11 2üro "■> - , I 
censcu. 

9lnl"d)ieetcf|el, ■«■ [irrtjii.] fill 
■Jliil"d)icepi"rtl, '"• gliding hii 

2lnf«l)iffCn, "■« "> hnnsin. 

2i'nf*ifffn, "■ -• «'"d »*' 

to ship to, lo land. - (in IC, lo 
etc.; nn tai tniiD -, to bear I 
le land. 2. - (in (Klippen ic.), lo 

'2Ünfc«)iftftütf , ". (-f», V'- 

lined on piece, an eking piece. 

21nf4)il£'cn, ■■ "• isntien 

:ulclieon-graft. 

2lnfcl)immfln, •' " (" « 

I begin to grow moldy. 

2lnf<^im>ncrn, ■>• " 'o sü 

, shine lainilj upon. 

>ynf(l)ijn*ifcn , •■. « 'o abus 
2lufcl)in-fn, " " '» i'«-""' 
2lnfdjirning,/: harnessing. 
^2luftl)lafl, •«■ (-o«,p/. -fiDh 



ilrap catching the frame 
when it is opened; -, [gitjnelB.] a) bast- 
ing . the act of basting or tacking the lin- 
ing to. on to; f. »Mnf())((iacn. b) -, - 
filDen, m. thread used for b.isling 

2lnfc6lagcn, >>■■ "■ « i- - <■■» k 

to strike al, (up)ou, against etc.; to clap 
to, on. ("Die öilücJc :C.) -, to sirike , to 
toll; -, ÖOÖ (Scntljr -, to present or level 
a musket; to take aim at etc. ; (Sölime) 
-, [gotiliu.] to blaze; -, CTOnr.] to touch, 
to strike (as an instrument of music); 
fd)l(\a« <i- =■ 1" Cni (DeiveiSe) an mit bei. 
net frt)(iv|rn ipippe uiiD k. , || thrust in thy 
sickle and etc. 2. 1 Sie S?(ln6 AH ßliuilä-, 
tu set to work. 3. to tasten on, to nail at, 
on, to affix, (ginc aSett^rfniiiio :c.) - , to 
post up; |iiiii 33ei'F(itiie -, to put up fat 
sale, to set out for sale ; eill ©eflel -, [9Knr.] 
to bend a sail to its yard; (31etllltl IC.) -, 
(©d)»«!»-] '" l>»stc 01- tack to. on (lo) ; bn6 

inn)-, to splice. 4. genet-, to strike fire; 
Me ©Iiintien - (ti. einet lll)t), to strike the 
hours; (einen Ion) - , ITOiif.] to strike. 

eiiuiis sn d.uiteni ®clbe -, to realize, to 
convert into ready money; iai ift jn l)Od) 
(\nfle|rt)l(i(jtii , that is taxed at too liigh 
a rate; Hd) -, I- ©id) SluleQen. 

2lnfd.)Ittgen, ''■• "• «■ <"• «■ D'Uuiu 



strike 
I to rap at, to knock i 



fall I 



[IKet.] 10 
flur bei iljn 



(U. beiiajedenic), to dash 
lash (c. ace); 6ii« - (bet 
; mi bit QUiiit -, to toll 
ke the bell. 3. - (l). Si^ 
(l>. $llllben), to challenge. 

iided or natural clfecl, lo 
ll'ect, to prove elfeclual, 
lie; (iai ©(fen) fd)l(igi 
takes uell with him. 6. t 



3lnf 



41)111 IBCbl a n , every i 



one s iieaa ngainst etc. ». ( 
Cbrti , to begin to spoil. 

2tnf*Iogcftclj, •> 

No. 4. 

tl.at strikes etc. 2. ITOuf.] 



2(nf 

St I 2lnfcblD#Cn, v. imp. - an le. , 10 
es ^liail .ngainsi. 

Ijt] 2lnfAlU#, "'• (-IK*, ))(• -l'üjluüei 
w. ,1. - (111 lt., chaining to etc. etc.; joining 
ck etc.. accession. Q. ± - (tine« Stiefei K.), 
(l>. inclosing. 3. the (thing) inclosed, annexed 

- (I'Dii einem Sriefe) , inclosure. 4. i= ^llj 
nfl,ainfibliCBen) - a', fileincrii), i". -51 ii fd) i i e 

#eii. 

2lnfAma^ten , v. a. ,o look ai 



.specn 



2lnfd>ldgifl, «'>)■ projecting, schem- 
ing. clever, ingenious, inventive, fnll of 
devices, fruitfnl in expedients, ©m -er 
KDpf, busy brain; finen -fii Sopf tjnbeii, 

Slnfrblammcn,!' ■■ «• - "' SBof. 
2infd)lemmcn,S f.r), i. to form by 



pipe 



by 



alluv 



«nd. 2. (I 
r-refl. ZU 



by 



mud. 

2tnftl)lci*en, 



II. w. fein) 

steal near, to cou.e on slowly. - v. refl. 
eictl - . 10 creep or sneak np to. 

a5[nf*leifcn, •■• «■ '■ *'■ i&"" -axi, 

©Ins !C.) -, to beg.u to grfnd, to set an 
edge on, to begin to polish eine Spi^e 
nn It. -, to grind to a point. 2. reg. a) 
(SBnnten IC) - , to bring (carry) on a 
sledge, to drag near, to drag to a place. 



, ,inflefdi|eulieri 



3lnf*Icnfcrn, " - '» H'row. ii 

or lo a place, lo drag along. 

5Mnf*Icu»ern, - "■ - -m ic. 

aiinerrt)leiif°ert recr^ell, rb. - r. n. , 
6e flung or thrown at or against etc. 

2lnfc^Iicfttf n , »• « >° p'I' 

e-nvo« nn (tit aBnuC so-, to lay up smo 
and even against etc. ipolj IC, -, to | 

21 nf in (fen, f. si .n to l fi m n. e i 
31nf*Iic#en, ■■•. r. a. i. to 

with a lock; 10 chain, to enchain. - 
<6ie 2G,in6 :c.), lo chain lo . to faster 



be added; 
jtlach one 
.l« ni, eiiio 



and or lie close 



ajnfcftliegung,/ 
Slnf^lingen , "• 



2lnf*li^fn, 



2lnfcftmau*cn, 

smoke. (^liieiMcile-, l 



light : 



!Mnfd»mau*un(j , /. the a 

blouiiig ihe smoke of tobacco etc. ag 
;or by tasting, to 

Slnftbmcrfcn, f. n. to know 
Jlnfcbmccten, "• "■ i- «"""i 

Ijofrtn) [2DniDiiifpr.J - ti'Oii §iiiiEieii 
nt. 2. (used with fei;n J llcl'el -, i" 
uilieii, Slnlniifcii. 

i2lnf(^mei*eln, ^ « tope, 

Haltering. - r. re^. Si(l) bci ©111 



2lnf*raetj?en, 

first.— 
ng again 
fling, t 



to thro» or 
dash against 



ainfdjincljen, 



lielting. 



)egin to melt, to get melted. 
,y melting. 

2lnfd)mcttern, r ■• 

lash agaii.sl eic. - r. n. 1. 
,„1C, , to knock, strike aga 
eiilly. 2. (u. w. hnttl. - (I-, 
o peal against. 

2lnf*miefcfn, <••<■ i 



Jlnftbmiegen, ".a. \. to ber 

press to. 2. t CSJctte 6eii 'Be.jnlfe: 
adapt (to etc.). — v. refl. 'Sid) -, 
I ic. , to stick close to, to cling to 
+ - an IC, - (c. rfn*.), to yield to 



2lnfcl)inicgfam, o.Osuppie. piian 
^Infdjtnifren, ■>■ «■ i. i» smea 

I to daub, to paint coarsely; to daub oi 
b) lo scribble against, ei o (S-inem e-tivo 
-, (Jiiien mit (ftro.iS -, to cheat any on 
into etc.; Gincn -, to take any one in. c 
(Cen SDeiii it) -, to adulterate, to si 



5lnf<%mtnCcn, 



, strike Willi a whip-lasli. 

2lnftI)inonen, ■> «. 'o 



pail 



ainftbmücfen, o. « toadom. ü 

ess; f. ä(l)mu(feii. 

2tnf*munjeln, ■■ .. t. smirk at 
2lnf*rau6cn, ■• .. •» i.edaub. to 

Otnfdjnabeln, f. "• >o pe.k at etc. 
2lnfflinaUen, v. a. i. to buckie ou. 

1 a) >aii !C. iiiiiiefiDiinllt, Ijouiid in 
c. b) o «id) Mlpa« -, to gel hold of etc., 
gel. 

JJnfcljnaljen, »■ ». (e-mciu -, t» 

ake a .signal to etc. by smacking. 

5anfcJ)na»>*)cn, '■• «• i« snap at. 
sUnfcbnartijen, f. «. einm -, i. 

snore at etc. 2. i to snarl or growl a! 
etc. ©-iiicr, der einen Sliiteni n ii fd) u a r d) i, 

3lnfc^narrpn, i-- <•■ lo .address m 

I rallliiig loue; f. 41 U id) 11 ,1 r die 11 Nr. 2. 

2lnf*nottcrn, " "■ '» '•t^i-'<: •"; 

o address cliatteriug 

S^nfcjjnauben , v. ». (u. w. mni 

-, oiigei'd) iiiUii t feiumeii, to approach 
iuorting, puffing and blowing. — v.u. 



Jlnfd^nnufcn, i -Jlnidin.iiibeti. 

2lnf(6naujfn. " »■ f. amdxuiu. 
»ilnfAncifccn, ir. ». a. i. etmab 

-, to begin to cut, to car»e , to give the 
lirsl cut to, to make the first cut in etc 
I. lo fit by cutting. - an IC, to add to 
eic. by cutting into small pieces. 3. to 

cut on eic; i&mai) auf tern Äetl>l)01if -, 
a) to notch, lo score; b) 1 to charge (to 
account); f. 31nre4i3eii. 

a II fd) 11 e ie e m e n't v , n. carving-kuile. 

ilnftbnciftl, '■■ imp. - .m tc. , tc 
snow against eic. 

ilnfdjnellen, ■> « - mi " , '<■ 

- .111 !C., to fly against etc. 

Olnffftniebcn , '• »■ and v. „. f. 

>Unf.l)llilul)ell. 

2lnfel)niffeln , .•• - u. sm.if e or 

'2lnfcl)niegetn, •>■ refi. s.* -, to 

ünf^niv^Jfn, f- •iinitDiKiuu. 
2inf*nitt, '«■ (-". p' -c ' - 

(Cin.s Sruüec M) , the act ot aiaking the 
first cut in etc., of gaiog the first cm la 
etc. 2. D« - «i; Dü6 Scrbl)olj, nothing 

- (auf einem fietl)l)Pljt), notch, nick, score. 

>Jln I'd) nut blieb, "• I'Min.J booi, of 

Jlnfc^nieeln,/ '■•■ ■■ - ■'' ;-, "> 

Olnfcfenieen, ) cut (figure, eto »a 

aainfcbnobern, i-.a.-cu. Junten , 
älnfc^nüffeln, '. « -(l> Jpuneeu), 



iJnfdjnuren, »• 

string or cord; -.111 
t (Jintm etiun« -, i 
fli on one. 3. f. 21 II t 

3(nfdbnurren, 



08 



^2ltif 



3(11 1 



3liif 



2. i (Jil 



'2(nfct>D6ern , •> a. (i&eu) - nn «.. 

(o pile against elc. 

3Infc^ÖnCn, "• --ryl.Sid) -, to dress 
one's self sniatlly or dashingly. [chovy 

Ülnfc^OBC,/- ip'- -n> 13*'f)-l ■■"' 

2lnfc^raubrn, •>■ <•■ - m» io, to 
ülnf^vccPen, "• " i« tvisi.ten by 

one's appearance ; lnB,li^nllVt.l to stop by 
frigblening. 

Jlnfförcitien, ir. „. «. i. ,(ftmat> 

- ,111 ic, to wiite on etc. 1. (Qtnni in 
fiMUCm .ftillElltcr IC) -, to wiite. note or 
put down. (Jincill g-tronS - to put ulown) to 
one's account, Io put upon one's bill, to 
charge in one's bill. 3. t »ei einem H)l<t)l, 
(lUtic. nnaffrtjrif 6eii fein, lobeiu one's 

■!lIlfcl)teil>etotcr, /. 1. table (to 

2Inf(^reibcn, ". c-«, pi -> lene, 
^Jtnfc^reilicv,'". (-«, pi. -> i<- 

21lnfct)Vf if n, i--- "■ «■ ' (emno -, 

!o cry lOut) lo etc.. to call at, to, out to 
etc. (gill ©djiffi -, to hail; (Jiiien iim 
ijülfe -, to call out to one for help, i to 
proclaim the beginning of elc. 



3. shooting, rush. - l^f6 2Cil|Tfr6), rush, j Jone« , ['Muf.l the swell ol a nore. 

4. 16lKlll.]->DcilScii1,lfle), cystaliiation; 3Infd)ȆCmHlf 11 , "-a. I. ($01)) 
*3Infi1)Üffe, crystals. 5. [ORcb.) a) rheu-l-, to lloal to a pl/ice , to Boat down, oa ; 
uiatic alliiik. bi -11 11 frf) I'lffe wi- -JKild)! ! to float up. 2. to form by alluvion; lo 

:kling mothers. (viuin. fdj lu e m 111 t d'. iBbben K.l alluvial, al- 

ii nfc^Utt , '"■ i-e«) alluvion, allu-|luvious; lie (i u c iibroein in te örbc, al- 
Jlnff^Utteln , ■>. a. - an it., to^lnvion, alluvium 1 f. ^JJufplileU. 
,ke against. t 2lnfc^»JemmUHlJ , /■ flo.Uing on. 

2lnf*uttcn, -. ». l- - nn !£., to 



to pour out against, to heap up against 
tc. 2. to pour to; |. 3 ll frt) Ü I tc n. 3. to 
611 by pouiing. 

2lnfcl)ü^cn, "■ <■. [isRüijicn icj a,i6 

-ajdlTiv -, lo m,.ke water rise by means of 

>2(nfc^wämmen, f- «unitoiucui. 
älnftfewängern, "■ "■■ ['iJWfioi] 

impregnate; I'iil't.] lo fecundate; [ei)i;ni ) 
impregnate; (jniljlilt) -, iSljCin.J to sal- 

'2lnfcl)Woni}criini3, /. t^a3i|Teufd).j 
ilnfcbwanCen, " «■ w. w. fcinj 

toiler or reel «g»inst. 
-, nnGei'rtjiuän jelt fciHineii (u. iJiinCiiu, 



2Tnfct)re«ten, 



e Ige, selvage , of cloth, . wale, -u, 

la to border, to edge; [tiiä)lll.] lo form 

11, e selvage, list. 2. (gin jjnßl-u, lo 

2Inftöruint>fcn, •> ". ". »v. 

JlnfcÖUb, "•■ l-eä. pl- -Idjtit'e) I. 
[SfOe'lV- "■] fifst throw, first bowl. 
imCe ten -, (ficgellp.I 1 bowl fir.st. 2. ; 
thing added. - (nil einen lifrt)). addilio 
leaf; f. 91 n | (f) i e c r. 

3lnfd)uJ)cn, ". ">. i. (Sncfei) -, 

loot, ('ijfiiljle) -, to shoe or tip with ir 

5ifl) -. IO put on shoes or boots. 

i?(nfcf)H(&jgCn, •>. «. to accuse, 
charge. CJiueii cinet ©ndje - , (5-inciii i 
Sftbrtcftcn IC.) -, to accuse any one 

pule «ny thing to elc. 

3lnfd)ulbifluti9, / p' -en) 

(3(1* ailf(l)iUi>I.Jini accusation. 1. ace, 
tion. charge. 

2lnffI)U>J»)Cn, ". <• - nn K., 



ÜXn^äiXXpptn , "■ «. to pHe agaim 

.ith a s,,;„lc; I. Ji n f (1) ,1 11 f e I n. 
>Unf*UV,/. I. ^Mnicftere. 

2lnfc^üren, »• « '■ cCi« -ffenei 

-, 10 stir, to trim, to poke. 2. t lo e: 
.te. to kindle, to slir up. 

31nf(l)ürer, »>• <-«, pi- -> '. "" 

vho slirs the Hre. 2. 1 exciter. 

2lnff^U6, '"• <-m'«. pl- -|il)ii(Te) 
vounding (by shot). 2. shooting tits 
JCer luit bcii -? who has the fust shot 



■:!ln Id) roe in in ii n i|6r t 
! alluvial earth. 

Slnfd^tuimmen , 



f, / 



2lnfcb>vänjen, ■> ". o to lack to. 
ilnfdjwaren, "•• '• » m ^- U'») 

- an !C. , to fester to. 

2lnfcöt»örmfn, "• ". '• i". «■ 

I'eliu -, «no« I'rtjro'ici'i t foilinien, to ap- 
proach swarming. 2. t - (u. 'Menfcijen), f. 
']ln|TtDmen. 3. (u. w. Ijabeu) - (U. »ie= 
mm, to begin to swarm. 

2infc()Wflrjen, <■'- ». '■ («djn^eic.) 

-, to blacken. 1. i Io .isperse; 10 slander. 

ainfcftwärjcv, -" ^-f-. pi- -> </• 
2lnfcJ)J»a^(en, "• "• lemeni (Jtiu.if i 



21nftb»»cbcn, " > 

)ver, fly agalnsl. 

2lnf*»»efcln, v « 

atnft^iüci&enW" 
2tnfcJ)Wö5cn, J- 

5Unfc()Wcif, '«• <.- 

nuiii-l warp, -en, i>. . 

'2lnf(l)Jucigcn, ■> 



to fumigate o, 
■ lOetti.l (JeUe) 



nd(by s 



gelber. 2. IffiniDlllfpt 
,ng). 

swell out, up. (^Den io») -, (■■Wnf.J ic 
swell; (Sie Scoel) -, lo swell, to belly. 2 
t lo swell. (Jlcn OKutl)) -, to heighten 
— ir. 1,. n. (u. w. feni) 1. to swell; ic 
belly; - (I). <JDP|jen;, to arise; - (u. giiii'; 
fell), lo swi^U ; (I), löneni -, [-Mtuf.J tc 
swell. On einem iStucnie id)ii)illl Dnif 
-Meer 311 <H3elIeii uun Cci' :pL>l)c cine« aäirflci- 

high. 2. t 10 swell; 10 



rise. 



(-«) 



Ciö 



to swim to; (ec Dc/nl'l iljiui 
.ininfiljiuimmen, to swi 

'2Inf^ioini)fn, <>. 

to swing at or against elc. 

2Tnfcbit)trrf 11, <>- »■ 



2lnfcl)iU(J6eil, f -üni-djiDeiöen. 
2lnfc^t»JÖVen, "• «. lo promise sol- 
emnly by an oath, on o;,th. 

Stnfeaetiif " "• '■"■ '■•'■ if'"> '• '" 

sail near. -, nnaefegelt fommen, to 
approach sailing. 2. — nil ic. , to sail to 
against etc., lo strike iu sailing, to run 
or lull foul 01 , aboard of. — n. a. ginen 
5?nfen -, to make for a port; (ein ei()ijf 
-, to ,ui, aboard ior fall foul) of etc. 

2lnfeIjfU, "•- 1. a. I. to look at. 
upon, on etc., to regard, lo see. 0,1« ill 
iMj&n (injn|el)en, this is a fine .sight 

b) lo regard, to luiud. 10 consider. Sie 
^ISerfLMl -, 10 respect {or regard) the per- 
son. c) aindefc^en fein, to be respect- 
ed ; ein fcl)t (inaefeljcnec TO.mn, a man 
of great co,,se(iuence in society, a man 



-IT SSiiratt, a litiien 01 
cm etiv,!« - , to perceive 

one. 'Ann f(if) iljin feilir 
id not appear to be in want; 



something in 
OJotI) n n , he 
er il)iic %ÜH , 
- fiiniiie, he 
äüc Ob. Ilia It. ■ 

Od) fel;e iljn \i 



mi (ill 






sider, lo llunk. 
, I think him to 
linen fflnbecn (in, 
f) e« ill niif :c. 

iiif nn.jefe(|en? 
:l,en. g, leineii) 
1 reprove or puu- 

I. looking at elc. 



2lnffbeii, 

2. (exIeriiaO appearance, aspect, sight 
view , look. SfiB - nud), uoin oD. uon - 
hy sight. 3. t a) appearance. Dem — lind) 
according 10 appeaiance; nilcm - liad), i< 



|(51cil)lc« - 



begi. 



authority, 



(S-in -3)i'ini|let tnnii Oei ciiicni gilrilen 
Oropem - jliljen, a minister may have gi 
credit with a prince; 111,111 brinor, felji 



2lnf 



3hl f 



nur* IC. in ffill , a man gains no credit contiiiin--. 

by etc.; itietugfiiW (lEljt (111 IC. HI feinem^ Stnfe^Cll, "■ (-«) f. äliife^ur 
-, ii in no request at etc.; fitb ein - je» 3iiS - I'Oii ölunieii, (gljcin.) efflorescen 
fen, to put on airs, to give ones self air«. ■ ^nfC^Cr , "■• (-« , pl- -> [IKa 

^nfe^nlt^, "•')■ considerable-, im- drive-bolt, driving-bolt. - (6ct &mom 
portaul; respectable; -(f.^Serfonclll, good- 
looking, i(. portly. (Jine-e SBtrfiiiiimliiiiG, a 
respectable audience; fine -e 'i»tEn(je »llr. 
fler, a respectable number of citifiens — 
adv. considerably; respectably; splendidly, 
sumptuously. - ocdeiber, richly dressed. 

ainfcftung , / ""»kin; »<• 3" - 

(Ciiir.- Sndje, Sßerfoii), iu consideration ol 



2lnfet*cn, 

«uviffen. 

2lnf eilen, ■• 

mfpr.] (Die S?nnfe) 

ainfengen. 



to tie up; ['33(iiB: 
attacli by a cord, 
to singe a little, 



ainfe^blatt, 

aw-] flv-i"i. 
2tnfc$en, "- " '■ - w" ' 

tni iiCiicv 1C-), 1° pit; '» ''' 
etc. . to put against. Zie SJeDct 



pl. -blnlrcr 
6 -»icf; 



to. 



apply; einen (sdjrijpifopf 
cupping-glass; Olemiel !C. 



te Cell DlMiD 
ten ®paieii 
-, t^Biilit.] 
CBllltPluMi -, 
-, to apply 



■inrCIeiö), 
(iiii %ol>«ffca> Ijnt iiiu'ten 
flll liefest, lias formed knots, has settled 
in the joints; iicH -, to gather rust; (Mc 
Silfun.] -, lülrtlll.] to lam down, home; 
(ie fegten Die fttnüeiiBe ituiiiijctf (i ii , they 
put to their mouths the sounding trumpet; 
Me SEdiiCinnc -, [-TCnr.) to set up the 
shrouds; tiic Beitel (in ic. -, [Sucljlitnti.] 
to glue the covers to etc. 3. f a) (Sineill 
(Jrre.16) -, to put down, to charge, to 
score, f. «1 n r e (t) » c n ; (6ineii) -, to rate, 
to tait, f. ilnleoen: le-ironä) -, to note, 
to quote, b) to fii, to settle, ßiiien infl 
iU (ytrone -, to appoint, fi» a day for etc. 
€) 311111 Sffentlidjen SBrrfnnie -, to put up 
for sale. 4. leTfifl IC) - , 10 prepaie; 
(S.iuine) -, to plant, to set; eonü -, f. 
'auipüleu, gitifcbroemnieii. 

ainfe^fpiel, n. (-C6) domino. 

■iliifegftiiif, n. <-c«, p(. -ei eking- 
piece, piece joined on; additional leaf; 
-e cuter Koppel, belt-straps. 

2lnfe$en, ■•■ 'cy. >Sid> -, i- lo sit 

down near etc. 2. i ä i d) ((111 eilten CriJ 
-, to fix one's self, lo settle; f. 9?ie= 
berliilTcn. 3. - an ic , to adhere or 
■tick to etc. 

2lnfc§cn, '■ «• <•■ »■• i)"''«") i. to 

make an onset. 9lll (&eil geinB) -, to at- 
tack, to charge; - (nm ju fptiliflen) , to 
lake a run , to run for a leap. 1. <8ei (51= 
nein - (11. einer ^rnnfl)eii) , to invade. 3. 



5Unfe§Ung, /• au of putting, set 
ting, applying ; - (neuer il)eile, neuen Siufi 
fe«), ['i^i)f.l apposition; - non (ineen, 
juxta-position. 

2lnfcufjen, f- a- 1« si-h at. 

'^InftC^baltett, « (-«) command ol 

ainft^t, /- 'P' -em 1. looking 0.1 
or at, sight, inspection. % view, prospect 
-en, views, prospects, sights. - uon Dei 
Seite, ©eiten-, side-view. 3. i view, 
opinion. Sici ftnli meine «:)lnfiditen uon ic., 

■it n fi (t> 16 Teice, /. front, fore-part- 

aiufidjtiStnfel,/. table; f. tnBelle, 

2lnft*ttg, adv. ((S-tne« OB. Qmtn) 

- inerDen, to behold, to descry, to see (c. 

2tnfitfcrn, l. 'ilnl inter n. 
SlnffePcl, «- (-») »aniily estaie; 

JUnftCDCln, "• ren. Snt) -, to settle. 
Sie Sninji^Kii ficBelten |u1> jiieril in Kii= 
iiiii).!, Bie -JJnritiiner in Oicii-ö-nfllnnO rt n, 
the French first settled iu Canada, the Puri- 
tans settled in New-England. — o. a. 10 

JJlnficöelung, / (p'- -eii> i. sen 
ainfieCcn, "■• ». «• to begin to bo.i. 

to prepare by boiling. [settler. 

SlnfteBler, "■• c-e, pi. -> colonist. 

ÜlnftegCln, (■ «- i» »eal; to fasten 

2lnfingen, "■■ "■ »■ (©ineni -, to 
"'sinftntenr'- "• "• <" -Teno - 



ainfinnen, ' 



sper, 



thr. 



I., »n 



set; out - a\ ilntreiu. 10 
fat. 4. to conceive. 9lllfl 
Stuten), lo be stinted. 5. 



e^t i^ndeii (i<. 
(ÜOIH 6rj), to 



uire of, to expect, demand from; it. to 

2lnfinnen, "• (-«) request, desire, 
prcteusiou ; it. imputing, impuialion, at- 

2lnftnnung,/- (pt -fm r. -iinim. 
iUnfintern, "• «• <.n»ea «itii fem) to 

ttle , to adliere (to etc.) in form of sta- 

ainfi^, ."■ <-ci, pl. -e) |3ictl)t;iVr-) 

Ülnft^en, ''•■ "• "• '• - nn a., 10 sit 
near. 10 sit close 10 etc. 2. t a) t" sit 
last; - ,in ic., to eleave. to stick, to ad- 
here to etc. b) (9ln einem One) nnaefef! 
I'en, domiciled, settled. 3. >il n ge |'e fi'e n 
(11. g-ierni, f. ainBr ft ten. 4. igid) (Den 
Srf)niipfeii 10, to get by silling on etc. 
5. [«111.] (SBur einem Ortci -, to begin 

iUnft^er, >"■ (-«, p'- -) i-mm.j 

miner lliat begins the work 
ainfO», '"■ f- •iinfuD. 

aSInfonft, * I", sonii. 
2lnfj>olten , ■>- «• to spin a imie. 



3lnf 
2lni>a(ten, >• «• <u. > 

begin, to split. 

Jlnfrann,'«. (-e«ii.dra 

a team; (. (Sefp.lnn. 2. (I'c 
tute-service to be performed 
cattle. 3. f. qjorfp.uin. 

2tnf:i>ttngen , " <■■ 'o 
2lnt>anncn, i'- «. i. to 

■2. ± to strain . to exert. 31 n 
fciu (I'Din Oeiflc) , to be on tl 
iiHe feine firSfte -, to strain e 
3. CjjferDe 10 iin :c. -, to put ( 
to etc.; (Ottifen ic.) (ill IC. -, 
etc. 0:6 i|l nngefpnnnt, the 
put to. 4. i (einen jn Qmai 

2lnfi>änner, •;." 

tfinm.] a farmer that p 



69 



pt. -) [Sc; 
,es draught. 



SInfvrtnnung , /• straining ett 
2int>i'icn , '>•■ ■>• "• i- 1« spit at. 



fastei 



ainfrcUen, • 
2lnfj)erren, 



JUnf^iirfen, -. «■ i.cwn e-tmn^; 

latd. '2. t g-iii niigefpKfter »en 
well-stored or well-lined purse. 

2lnf*iclen, ». n. i. to begin 

first. 2. fiin\:z.-, to 



play, to pl 
lüde to etc., to glance at etc., to 
etc. -D, allusive, allusory; allusiv 
1'. n. [©pielj (fine Kntre, S-.irCc -, 
a card, a suit; (Cllicn '&n[[) -, to ; 

JMnfrieler, "■• (-ä, pi. -•> o 

plays firsi; the one who leads; 1 
who serves the ball. 

2lnfvielung, /- ip( -en) i 
JUnfticfecn, "• «. to -sp.t. 

upon llie spit, to pierce with a 
(&inen) -, to empale; tni -, empal 

iUnfjJtnnen, ->■ "• «• i- to 

10 ^piu. 2. ± to lay a plot, to devi 
plan, to plot. 25i))V& -, to breed 01 
mischief, 
spin togelh 



ely. 



10 devise evil. 3. to spi 

,10 join (With etc.). — 1 
laid) (in i:. - (i>. (Spinne 



begin 
■ hatch 
lo. 4. 



on to etc. 2. ± 
I point, (d-iit 1,11 



2lnf}ji^en, 



'?lni>littern, 

) begin) to splinter. 



2Infj>ornen, •>■ a. i. a 

to set (put, clap) spurs to etc 
to prick. 2. i to spur, lo spur < 
Ie, lo prick, to prick on. - ) 
lur to etc. 

ainfjjornung,/ t spurri 

ng on, iucitaliou. 

'Jlniipötteln,/ •• <■• 'o 
ülnipotten, S j=" 
MnipvadfC, /■ <ri ->" i 



70 



'}{n\ 



9lnf 



»ringen , lo mice, to fi( for producing the 
proper sound«, to regulate the tone of etc. ; 
tine iinte, Ifiriitc - t}&itn, to hnve an easy 
lonch, to sound easily. 3. (legal) claim. 
Q-tmni In - nrljmen, to put in a claim to 
etc., to lay claim fo etc.. to assert. 

2lnf*rc*sinimcr, " <-«' p' -> 

parlor; f. ® p r n ((| J 1 ni ni er. 

to sound, to give, emit a sound. Dri]fl! 
pfrifen - Infffn , to «Ice the pipes of an 
organ; Jilt, leitet-, f. eine nute, leitete 
^;infprnd)r Ijniicn. 2. 93ti Einern -, [o 
call on any one. In give .-iny one a call, 

2Inftrc*pn, ». ». i.(©infm -, 

to please. (?(if ifierj) -, to touch; Me u. 
I'D red) en iniif) on, I am pleased witli 
etc. b) (5-ineii um (S-t\vi\6 -, to request 



(S-tronS - 



sprei 



ainfvvciten, ■■ - > - «" <»'( 

ln^ !C.) , to spread aj.iinst etc. "i. to 
der and fasten. 

Stnfvreijenr " "■ '" "« '''' 'p"»"'- 

out. - (111 :c., to spread against etc. - 
'eß. ®irf) - (111 !C. , to place one's foot 
,0 firmly against etc. 

Jlnfjjrcngcn, ••• «• <■ i&ni.ns) -, 

begin 10 blow np . 



to bla 



drive against etc. (by explosion). '2. ( = 
trppfenroeife benniTen) to sprinkle witb 
water etc., to besprinkle, to net. 3. (Jin 
"l'fevö jlini fSJoIPVP — , to put a horse into 
a gallop. 4. le-ineni -, niif (e-iiicn) -, to 
ride against etc. at full speed, to run at. 

-•n. to approach at full gallop. 

3lnf»ringen, "■ ■•■ " '"■ "• rein) 

I. to begin to spring; to crack or burst a 
little. 2. — nn IC. , lo spring, bounce or 
fly agafnst etc., to leap against or at ete. 
3. -, (1 II gcfp run a en fomiiien, to np- 
proacli springing, leaping. 4. (u. w. f)(lDcn) 
to begin to run. leap or spring: to spring 
or leap first, to take the first leap. 

2lnfj>rilSCn, ". "• 'o »quirt water 
etc. at etc. ; lo sprinkle with a squirt; lo 
besprinkle. TOii <IBfi(Ter, mit ,8otli -, lo 

splasli up against etc. . to be dashed 
against. 

2lnf}>ru* , »>. (-e* , pt. -frru(i)c) 
I. f. 9In fprnd)e. 2. claim; demand; pre- 
tension. - Ijnbeil (Itif IC. , to have a claim 
or title to etc.; - ni(irf)eii niif !c. , to lay 
claim to etc., to pretend lo etc.; G-tron« ill 
- nef)i«en, to lay claim to etc.. to demand 

Oeilian» - llliltfepn nilf IC, a man may make 
pretensions lo etc.; i"(1)le(l)t, roi'M beari'tn. 
tctc 5(llfprn(f)f, ill founded pretensions, 
well founded pretensions; einen - Beivei: 
fen, (Sl?e(()täfpr.l to dear a title; - I'Pii 
Seiten ttf gtnntef, requisition 

y It fürndifrei , aiij. free from claims. 

^n fprit(^ll<«, adj. unpretendiag. un- 



snming. - o,(i,. unassumingly. 
'3lnri)rn(i)reid), ^ nilj. preten 
5llirprilcf)(«)UOlI,5 assuming. - 
etendingly, assunilngly. 
anfpriidimnrtiet (i «Unfpriiri) 



2(nfjjrüct)ig, «dJ- ii«igi»" 
Sinfjjrufccin , "• " to spi 



etc.; 10 sputter inio 


any one's 


face. - 






bubble or 


spout against etc. 






2Inf»>rüI)en, 


1). o. to spu 


I. sputter 


at. (Jinen -, a) (im 


9icrcn) , i 


iiiTpru. 


tclii; b) (P. Siiiifc 


,, to fly ag 


ainsi etc. 


in spaiks. 






iMnfrrunfl, < 


. <-cf,p(. 


-iiiigei 1. 


{ = ici6 -Jlnu'iiiiflcn 


leaping a 


t etc. , f. 


Mnfptinoen. %- 


(Der geiiifi 


, attack; 


charge. 3. i (TOe».) 


a) fit, »tia 


k; f. 9ln. 


fall, b) milk scab. 






2tnft>utfen, ■> 


. ... 1. <Uiif 


pete 11. 


2lnfvülcn, " 


n. - (III :c. 


to ripple 



Jhi flögen, >il II f (t) lu e 111 Ml e n. 

2lnfJjÜtU«a, /• alluvion, a gradual 



2Knftatöcln, 
äinVäö'lcn , 






2Jnftalt,/- (P>- -'«> •■■ preparation, 
arrangement, (previous) disposition, pre 
parative, regulation, direction, order, -ei 
JU IC, preparatives, preparation» for etc. 
bie notljifleu -en jii einet J?eif» treffen 
to make Hie necessary preparatives foi 
ajourney. 1. establishment, institution 
■cliool. 

Jlnftammcln, " « «Jineio -, tc 
2lnftainmcn, "• «. -^i n a e (i ,i m m t 

I ancestral, hereditary. 2. t hereditary 
2lnftammen , |. 5I n ft e »< men. 

"Unftaixupfen, »■ «. i. to begin tc 

-, |=)?(lM.l to head. 

2lnftan& , "<■ (-««> '. laBnismipr.] 

Station, stand. -Jlllf ^enl -c ('tin, lo lie 
upon tlie catch. 2. delay. 3m - IniTeil, to 
pill off, to defer, to delay; illl - fein, to 
he put olF; ui'ii iiifiiici' Seite foil es feinen 

delay; 6er - tcr fflcriri)te, vacation, non. 
term. 3. - (pi. 9lnft(ill6e), doubt, scruple. 
Iiesifallon. - llel)lliril, to balance, to liesi 
tale, to doubt, to pause; D|)ne ^, witliout 
hesitation ; undoubtedly ; 31 n fl (i 11 6 e geoen 
It. deitriiinen , to make objections to etc. 

4. - (einet <licrfi)n), deportment; ^l•r U]t. 
fnriifle) -, grace. 95iel -, much good grace. 

5. (5-111 oiilet - (ill »fJteliiiitG niif t>i\i >?ri: 
r(itl)en), a good match. 

5Inftnii6«btief, w. (9{ed)tffpt.] leitei 

of respite [adv. gracefully. 

-3lnil<inK«)i.i)ll, «dj. graceful. - 

^Inftdnbifl, «"'^ '■ becoming, pro 



ing, to fit; ((5ineiio - fein, to become, t 
suit; iin« ift mit ni(l)t -, that does not sui 
me. tliat does not fit me or serve my turr 

Slnftänbig, "''". becomingly, pro 
peily, de<ccilly. suitably, fitly. 

ilnftänbi^feit , f l. decency. d< 



älnftöngcln, ". «■ cb^ijucu) -, to 

stick; (jpopffn !C.) -, to pole. 

^niiapeln, v. « (^oij) - nn tc. 

to pile up against etc. — r. n. o Unqt' 
itnpelt ttimmen , to come stalking along. 

Slnftdrfcn, <>■ «■ ■^jssiMh-, -, t., 

slnrcl, a little. [.-,1 etc. 

3lnftaiTen , >■ "■ <o stare or gaie 
JlnfitaVrPr, m. i-S, pi. -, starer. 

^ 2lnftatt, prep. - (eiiuT -InrfPii I'bcr 

in the place of, lor. — conj. - Hefe« ju 
tijun, - 6(10 er ti lljun fofltc, instead of 
doing this. 

2lnftaul>cn, »• «. (u. «-. |-ein) i. to 

stick to etc. as dust. 2. to become a little 
dusty, to get covered with dust. — i>. n. 
to cover with dust, to bedust. 

ainftäuBcn, ». «. to bedust. lo 

Willi powder, ©cine 5po(ire - , to powder 

2Inftauncn, ». «, lo stare o.- ga^c 

at etc. CS-infiiltia -, to gape at etc. 

9lnftniinen«n)et(l), \ adj. astonish- 
'ilnftnnncn«i»iltbi(),j ing. worthy 
of astonisliment, admirable, very won- 
derful. 

Slnftouncr, »> (-«, pt. -) (/• - 1 n m 

stare,-, ga^er. admirer ; i gaper. 

2lnfte*cn, *>•- «■ «. i- f- 9in(i(i= 

(he 111 Nr. 2. 2. i to rally, to jeer. 3. lo 
prick, 10 fix. stitch to. Silatt -, [®(l)iieis 
e;t ic.j to stilch down. 4. (giu -Jae ^Belll 
K.) -, to broacli, to tap. to pierce, to 
prick; it. to begin to take from, lo open. 
3. t o «lufleftocften (tin, to be tipsy. - 
r. II. -, nil (ie|l[i(6en fciiiiiu'ii , I. to ap- 
proacli Willi long steps or strides, to stride 
on. 2. i { .Siuiinien @ie mit Damit ui(f)t 
nn 3 eft od) en, don't take it into your 
head to talk to me of it; foiuniCII ®ic ivie» 
&er Damit n iige ft 0(l)cii ? do you come 
with this again? 

2Inftcctrtniic(, "' (--s p/. -> Die 

-,,,!.. .ham.sleeves 

•JlnftecEtDliri'i*, '••■ <«. ;-' -> '»p- 

borer, piercer. [gift. 

Slnftedegift, "■ i- anfteifnn,]«. 
SInftedfen, >>■ «■ i.-wno, to 

stick on, to put on. *Mii Dcu SSt.itfpieg -, 
to put on the spit, to spit; (fincil äflllß)-, 
lo put on. 2, to fix. lo fasten, CTOit läfccfi 
nnbelii) -, to pin. 3. (&in Spaui) -, to set 
fire to etc.. to set on fire. Sin Eid)t -, to 
liglil a candle. 4, - (u. Ätnnfljfireil) , to 
catcli; to infect; -6, contagious, catching, 
infections, pestilential ; poisonous; (@-iiieil) 
-, to Infect; (S-inen) mit Dct Euftfeiidje -, 
to infect Willi venereal poison ; lUMl Dell 
'J^.tfern l>^et (Sill^rro?il,lttetn (inflefteifl 



.^.>cr^e:l, to calcli Hit nieaslcs ur small pox ; 
^if =8fil , tn £ii|liVii(t)e , Me <OT<ii>rii it 
aftfeii oefiinSie TjcniMicii nil, persons in 
health are infected by the contagion of iho 

acaerfti« D6(l, unsound fruit. 5. ± -31 11= 
(ledtrf t uoil IC, infected or tainted »ith 
etc.;-^, infectious; (-Korrhfil «■> |T f 'S ' 
ait , is catching. 6. (einSngi-. "> broach, 
to pierce, t lo pricli. 

mniiedev,- <-*,?'■-) ih«that 

puts on. pins etc. 2. - «in iil'Atn) I". 91 ii. 

.■(^^l^, ^liirti'B. 

mnfteaUng,, / l. pmting on etc.; 

the setting fire to. 2. infection, contagion. 
■1lllrtEt{linflf,lift, u. I miasma, con- 
Mil ft. ■ >fil 11 g * it if. m.Stagion. infec- 



itagii 



anfielen. 



Ijoben 
. -2. i 



Pcill), 10 become, lo fit. Die file 
itcht Sliiieii fcl)t rool)! (iii, that sni 
Ijecomea you very well, b) to pleas 
.uit. (Ja <iiet)t mir on, I am pleased 
it; iai (leht mir iiii!)t (in, I don'i li 
i. to be put otr. es u-ito nicl)t UMuy 



I ihii tPiii 
I defer. K 



^2liif 



'.Is (mil Siueui) -, to coiicei 
o to work. - V. retl- Sirt)-, 
r po^t one's self; ['ffir.ll'mrpi 
he look-out for game. 2. ± a 
öul) iiii.ici"rt)itft bei, jii :c. -, 
thing awkwardly; TuD "I» 
id) niDeni -, to play the lool; 
lit) — , to cut a deplorable Hgu 

teilt flib 0". n>^ 0'' er mirt) I 



rii|ll),i(t ■ 
-i.vL- 



to feign or preleiid 

ilnftcllcr, "■• I 

lifter. -e I,/. f-Si 

2InfteUiG, ■■'./• 

!». ably, ha.iilily. 

ainfteUigtcit, 



iUnftcUung,/- i.orderi.,s 

g. 2. place, employ, charge, 
lir 1)01 euic gute - irljnlteii, he 



iUnfteminen , 

;,„. press against el 

ncftiUnfteifen. 2. i 
le's self against etc. 

Winittxbea, < 



ainftcucriip 



Sie 5ii 
Si* flefle 



to pariic;paie. '•TOit (yiuem -, lo associat. 
«iih etc. 7. Ulli Q-uvai - . 1". ^Inhnlteii 
S. lu enter into office or service. 

2lnftcifen , ■•- ■■■ CK-iiMie to - , n 

<tilfen a litlle. - !■ refl. Sid) -, 1. - nil !C. 
to stem with the feet (foot) .igainst eic 
2. i - nilCcr K. , lo set .iiie's self .ngaiiis 

Jlnficigen, ■>■ "• "• <"«•' »■"' if" 

- (I'Pii tiiicm (Sli'Uirge :c-i, to rise. 2. - 
niigcfticgen f Dininen , to stalk on. t 
come «talking along. 

2lnftC[lCn, "•" l.- an IC, to piac 
or »ei lo or near etc., lo put to. lo put o 
lean against etc. iZteiber) -, [-iGili; niipr. 
to post. 2. t a) l(S-lilcil) -, lo appoini 
01 II jje fiel It, in place; oer dm Srnuii-ricii 
lie) Jlngeflellte, 
3Jid)ter - , to crea 
ill gilt niigeilell t , he has got a good 
place; («Mrbeitcr) -, lo employ. b)i((5iiieii 
ill ©tiunä) -, 10 hire (for bad purposes)^ 
to suborn. 3. to adjust to any use, to pre- 
pare, to make ready, (iöicr) — , lo set to 
work. 4. i ai to order, to arrange. ©Ill 
ffeft, erne Surtbarfeit -, to order a feast; 
(eine Steife) -, to undertake; Scrriid)e. et= 

Snftmnl)!-, to give an entertainment; eine 
i5trgleid)mig — , lo draw a parallel; eine 
Berglcid)iiiig jn)ifit)eii (SiAinti firiiinfl -, lo 
compare ice with (lo) crystal; 33errnd)tull' 
•icii fiber ben 3nftniiO bcr -WntiDii - , to 



iUnftidj , 

ing, piercing, pricking; f. 

- (U. Sriidlleu) , wonn-biti 

2lnfitt(JKln, I '••»■' 

Sineil -, lo rally. 10 jeer; 
allude lo etc. sarcastically 

aiufttcEen, -• »• i- 
2lnftiebcn, ■■ » 



3lnftiefeln, 



(-Mnr.J ((5i.i Sdjiifi 



iUnfiimincn, >' (^)/ 
JUnftimmuiii^ , /• S 



2lnftÖI)nCn, ■•■ «• ^ groan at etc 

2lnftOlt»Cril, "■ "■ lused with fem) 

- nil :c., to stumble against. 2. -, nil. 

flCllulpert finumcil, lo approach stuni- 

35nftot>fcn , ". "■ i- .» s.uif to. 2. 

CTOu (liiU'iS) -. 1° smir, to hll. — V. refl. 

©Id) -. to fill, to stuir, lo cram ones seit. 

iUnfitdren, (•• «■ •» insligale, to set 

, to stir up, 10 incite; i. >Jliircijeii, 

'Jiii|1ii ten. 

JJInftOfe, '"■ i-'f. Vl-\im> 1- - <nn 

über lulberic), a striking (against elc.j ; 

l; stumbling; t-^l)l)|".] impulse, hupul- 

Offciibnr crieiigeii Die .Kfivper Mint) - 

ill 1111« Obeeil, bodies produce ideas in us 

fesily by impulse. 2. t impui.e. (Sr 

gnb ben erflcn - (iir (Siiifiiljriing ber !£., 

,as tlie first mover of etc. 3. ± a) - 

Sieben), sluinmering, hesitation; f. 

>Jln|lLieen. b) liesitating, liesitalio.i. diffi- 

Ity. Oljlie-, withoul liesit.iiion, uiiliesi- 

tingly. c) offence, scandal, —geben, to 

ve oifence; - neljincu (nii ic.) . to hesi- 

le; to be offended, to lake umbrage, to 

sc.iiidaliied at etc.; ber Stein be» -e«, 

II. 4. - (Hill «rtibi'), kissing-crust; - 
11 lijrtjtii), f. iUnid)nb; - mn einem 
leibe), ekiog-piece; -, [@d)iieibcr) f. -. 
,11,1. ting, fine-drawing. 

•ilnilOBlinllt, f. [ädjncibci- IC.j renler- 

2lnfito6en, "■■ »- "■ i- - nn k., to 



Ificer; (Jiiicii nl6 



: the 









, o -Jliigeili 



Jlnfficven , "■ "• '° s'«'" ^' '^"• 
JUnftiftcn , "• »• ■■ "> "''-^' •» " 

I foot, to plot. ((?iiieii-iliif|lnuö, eiiieOJieii 
rei)-, to siir up; 995feä, llnl}eil -, to de 
se evil, lo breed mischief. 2. to insti 
lie; [3(ei1)tf|pr.] to abet; (inlfdie Sengen 



•ic. (DkOi, 



■. Db|l), 
by pu 
by pus 



SleOngb-, [lümDinlpr.) f. -Jlnbi 
(-31(111.] (3«« »eil 111 ber Sriibe) 



ülnftoßcn, I 



tfni|"d)cr SeiiflCU) 



iUnftiftcn, «■ 

■Ullf - be« ic. , at the i 
[3tedit«ipr.J abetting 



2lnfttftcr, "•• (-«, vi. -> </• -i»": 

plotter, author, exciter, instigator; [ÜfedjtS 
fpr.J abettor; -((nlnDcrSeiigen), suborner 

'sänftiftung',/. l.-3lnH.flen,«. 
iUnftiinmcn, ■>• "• ■ c» i-^si") " 

sing, to begin, to strike up. 2. i lOi-niilllbf j der , - (inlc 
fiobi -, to tune- 3. (Die (iJcigc to -, lo <iii einnnber - 



qjfcrben), to blunder, to stumble; mil OCll 
(SMl'eru -, to touch (the) glasses; nilf 3e. 
uinnbä(ilefnnbl,ell-, to drink one's health, 
or, to drink to the health of etc. ; mil bent 
,run>fc - nn ober luiDer le. , to knock one's 

(n. ädjijfen), lo strike. 2. i a) 3m 'JfeOeii 
- , to hesilale (in «peakiug) , lo speak 
Iliitk. to lisp, to stammer, b) - lUlbcr, fle. 
gen :c., to ullend against eic; tosliock; 
bei ©incin -, to scandaliie. lo ollen.l. 3. 
-nnic-, 'o touch. Sc fli^i' tmit bcm 



^:>lnf 



52(11 f 



- (bcr Jiniifcr), comiguousneis. J. B.is - 
mit rcr,3"ll(lf. stammering, likp, lisp- 

JinfrOßfr, "■. (-i, pi. -) borderer. 

SlnftO^ig, «'<'•• '■ - n'- qiftvtieinco, 
blundering etc. - (l>. Dllft) , bruised. 2. 
t offensive, giving offence, shoclciiig, 

sivenes-^ . .scandaIousne.ss. 2. (ftiun« 9ln. 
miWi) indecency. 

2lnftOttCrn , ■• " i« «ddress stam- 
niering. stuttering. 

2lnftra6len, -' " i- i" •^■•'»1 "v« 

(up)on. to shine on. to gleam upon eic. 
2. fto bean, on, to illumine. 

2lnft(tant>en , •• » u.. w. ffin. i. 

etv.iHbeii. 2, |-. 31 II 1,1 II fell. 

21tifträngen, «. <■. «o fasten to (or 

Willi) colds ; to tie to the draughts. (Ä5if 
ImVvl'C) -, to put into the traces, to put 
!o (Uie carriage). 

Slnftrettcn, "• "• - dmw od. iviDec 

:(., 10 sinv,; against etc. -De Sfnft, I'D« 
^lllftrclU'frnft, /. [T?lll)f.| cenlripet.,1 

3(nffretfcn, " •■■ i. i" ^i^in. "■ 



ainftvcidic,/ i.^.int. 
2lnftrcirt)cln , » "■ to smonti, i,y 

2liifh'iMrt)en, "•. «■ «■ '■ "> pa'"'- 

10 v.unisl, over, to color; to daub. (Sim 
i?aM6 -, to paint a liou-se; lucifi- (3imuiEt 
!C.) , to «liitcuash. 10 wliilen; llUlUfdjCtf ifl 

- , 10 daub Willi .several colors; fid) -, to 
paint. 2. 1 eiiio SjnvDe - (einer Snd)C) , to 
color (c. ace. I ?,. ©tiiin« (in SBiidietn)-, to 
mark; (Cllic Slffle) -, to underline. 4. i 
((S-ilielU etiun«) -, to put to one s score, 

1. 11. f. 9In(ln-ifeii. 

Jlnfn-Ctfher, "> >-iS V^ -> pamter, 
housc-prunlci; daulu-i. -ci,/. daubing. 

2(nftveic()j>!nfcl , m. ^-i, pi -> 
2(nftreifen, '•. ... (used wui, rjntn'H) 

- (Ill ;[., to I lib or touch lightly in passing. 



2lnftretten, •'■■ f. ajcftveiteu. 
2Inftrengen , ". <•■ i- ta st.ain. lo 

stretch. •.;. i to strain. (SpfetPe, 0(l)|eii ic.) 
-, to strain; (feilic ©tilUllle) -, to strain; 
iillc finiitc -, to strain every nerve; Dcil 
Ktpf, (Seill -, to exert the mind; feinen 
JUpf, (5SEJ|1 -, to strain one's wit; ((Jillcn) 
-, to fatigue; jii (larl -, to ovei"orli; fid) 



L'Irtic 



S-flllc 



IQC" fid) Die W(ii|d)c: 



selves for; nrenflet cud) cm loi 
inn li in cvMllocil, stretch a lilUe 

SJnftrenflutifl,/ ip'.-tiu . 

ing; efTort, exertion, tmnl) txritillDl 

Ülnftreuen, > " - mi k., i 



2lnftri(^ , >«• i-««, v'- -« i- paint- 
ing, coloring; daubing; paint, wash. 2. i 

to varnish over; to gloss, to palliate; to 
sei off to the best advantage. 31)t ben^I 
Die fiuniT, Det |"d)Ied)Ieflin iä(id)e einen flii: 
ten - iU oebeii, you have the art to gloss 

appearance, air, tlncturfi, tinge, smack, 

(i£d)n)erir.iitlj lO, a touch, dash of etc.; 
nut einem -e I'un 9?an'l;eit, wiih a dash of 
tolly. 3. [>ajaiDui|pr.] - (eiiicf SHJilDe«), 

2lnftricl)cln , .• ... lo mark win 
2lnftricfcn, ■' " i-uniton. (Stnim 
Slnftriegeln , "■ «. (Uinem qsittDi 

Die >p(inrej -, to comb down, to sniooti 
(the hair of etc., with a curry-comb. 

ainftroraen, "■ "• (". ». feiiu i. to 

to. -, n not' llt^ unit foinmcn (u. aCnnce) 



atnftrtjmcn, '■ «. "> noat to. i 

deposit, 10 wash on, |. >il II | d) ID C 111 Ul C 

■ilnflÜBcn. 

ainftrömung, /■ streaming on et 
älnftÜdri'lll,^ "■ «■ to clap a piei 
2lnftÜdCn,)to. .0 piece, to patcl 
äInftUCtfCl, "■ (-f, pi-) appendag 

ainftÜljjCn, '■■ "■ (Stiefel) -, i 

ainftürmen , <>■ ». <"sed «ith feu 

rush upon; - nil (eiiie iljiire), to tliundi 
at . to knock violently at. 

iUnftUVJ, >". (-ew shock, collisio, 

- (De6S!ß.i(Terf), rush. 

ainftiirjen, "."■ csed with fem, 

- nil lt., 10 rush ag.linsl, upon; .(. I 
tumble against. 1. 10 rush near. -, (1 n fl 
(iiirit fouimcn, to tush on. - v. «. - o 
:c. , to throw (up, against etc., lo put j 

° SlnftU^Cn, ■•. ... to Stan at etc., I 

2lnftü$en, •>■"■ i- -nnic., to su, 

port or lean on etc. @ld) - nil IC, to lea 
against etc. 2. unit ©iiiijeii iierfiljen, i 
prop. 

2lnfucben, .■■ "• - nm ic, to sue 

rerjucst. — bei IC., to solicit, to petilio 
ace); ec ftid)i I'ei feinem SBotet nut !c. 



2JnfUCl)en, » t-S; solicitation, petl 
111. request, retjuisitiou , application, ©i 
(lie cm - nil tc. , lie made application to 
c; (Ulf - I'l'll !C. , upon the application 



2(nfuc^cr, »■■ t «,;>'■ 



ainfucftung , / f. H n f n d) e n , ... 
«lnfiid)iinfl«f(l,retben,i 
3Infnd)f (treiben, J " 1"^"""" 

2lnfUÖ, m. (-C«) [iJnrb,] the scour. 

Jlnfubeln, ". a. i. - an k., to daub 

on etc. '2. to soil, to dirty; to .spoil; f. 
SBcfllDcllt. 

2lnfummen , •■ reß. sid, - , .o 

fein) I.-, (inflefiiinntt fcininen, to a|,- 

2lnfiimfen, f- ainftimuicn, .-. u. 

älnfÜgen, ..• ■• to sweeten a little; 
iqjijnrnt. , eijein.) to (edulcorate. 

aintOgOnift, .«. (-en, pt. -m an 
tagonist. -ifd), adj. iiiitagonistic. 

2(ntagoni#m(us),»..ani.-,gonism. 

SJntatcdl, «.«. l-TC.ir.J ((Sm isrt)itfi 
~, 10 rig. 

21ntaEcIung,/. [TOnr.] rigging. 
2lntat, f. Ji III I) It I. 
aintanjen, .•■ ... (used with fem) i. 

dancing. 3. (u. w. IjnCcn) to begin lo 
dance, to dance first, to lead off. — v. a. 
Aid) (eine fitfindjeit) -, to catch by (or 
froini dancing, to dance one's self into etc. 

2lnta*jjen, '•• "■ msed with feiu) - 

(in K., to grope at, against, to knock a- 



2lntoftcn, '■• «. i. (etmn« -, to 

touch, to handle; ((ilneil) -, to lay hands 
upon etc. 2. i ({Sineii nut SBorteii) - , to 
inveigh against etc.. to attack; (einen läil? 
!c ) -, to attack; (ein Zerinnienl) -, to call 
in question, to contest; 3eni(inD» flUten 
JlnlllfM -, to attack, hurt, injure, assault 
any oue's reputation; giiien nn feiner (Jfire 
-, to injure any one's reputation. 

2lntOUmCtn, v. „. (used wUh fem) 
I . -, n 11 e I il n ni e 1 1 ftiiniiieti, to approach 
reeling, to come reeling along. 2. - (in K., 

^ntCCC»en§, ". [SfgifJ antecedent. 

Slnto&ntivcn,/ 

ajntifatircn,^ ° '° "'""'«*^- 
Jintt&atum, " '-i> antedtue. 
2lntc;jjenultima , /. KSiMnmi.i 

miltal , "■ '•-'i ■ p'- -'•' - (Ci" 

aBciiinuiö), auilial. 

2intftetl, .'.. i-ei, pi- -e) I. (.... and 
n.) portion, part, share; Der bctrctfeiiDc, 
nevl)(iltiii6nin(iii)C -, quota, contingeni. - 
liel]inell nil IC, to take a share in etc.; - 
Ijobcll, to participate, to share, to have 
part; Siner, Der tin !C. - uininit, a sharer 
in etc. 2. i a) share, gr l),ltte fltl>een - 
(in IC. , lie had a great share in etc. b) 
lot. c) sympathy, interest. - ncl;l'nell nniC, 
to take an interest in etc., to sympathize 
with etc. ^! [participant 

9lMil)eill)(i ber, in. sharer, partaker 
aintljeilinnglfl, nri;. and adv. accord- 
ing to one's sitare, proportionate (lo the 



'2lnt 



73 



lij. /! syiiipaihy. fellow tiphr; 



fueling. 

<!liitl)cifi«)fci)fiM, II. 1 

91iitl)Cil(6n>erfdlci;il>iiiig,/. V 
51iit^cil(6)iettel, m. ) 

.hare; f. 91 1 tie. 

Jlntftcilig , "<';■ I'fving a pan wtl 

anoiher. sharing, parlakiug. 

MntboiOaie,/ 'Pl.-em amUology 

^[nthvacit, t "•■ i-«. p'- -'» 

ilnthraCOlit A (OBiMErnla.) a„tl,ra 
anil.ropograpln. 

anlliropologist. [pology 

2lntbrot>olDt?ic,/(p'.-en)a„tiiro 
2lntl)i'0*>ologif d) , '"<)■ a.iHiropo 

logu.il. («iHlHopomorpl.isiii 

5MntftvD»)omi>it>{item(u5), •" 



pL. 



2tnti)un, i>- r. «. I. ig-iii ituiCK. 

, to put on. Sid)-, to put on one' 
oihes. to dre.M one's self. 2. t 21 11 g e 



nelf. tomakeaway with one's self; (Silieill 
etii'do Scitic* -, to harm; Tid) SuMiig -. " 
pnt or lay one's self under constraint; el 
Iter ^llllflfrait ÖSeivfllt — , to violate a vir 
gin. b) i (eiltCUO (JtronS -, to bewitch. 4 

einen $ilfcii -, a) to make lor a port; lui) 
tl)nteii einen jp.ifeii nn, we made for ; 
harbor, b) to touch at a port; (Ic t fi il t e l 
III« lU-llll lllir iai Snilt' .in. they made Ih. 
land by or at nine o'clock. [christ 

aa(nti*Vift , m. (-i, pi. -cm ami 

2lntiefen, f- sintippni. 

2lnttiJ0tunt, "■ (-^,;)(.-fotn) [-))t,^. 
antidote. 

ainttCfCtl, >' t. ['Wncj to sound. 

2lnti=c»)tU'j>tifct) , adj. [-met..] 

.nnliepileptic. 

2lntif , "di. antique. S,,* -c , an. 
tiqueness, the antique, -c , /. (pi. -n) .ni; 
antique. 

2lnttEritif, /■ 'pl.-cn amicntiqae, 
counler-critiqnr. 

SIntiUcn, j- pI. [WnKjr.] -, o^. % n-. 
ti|lild)C O'lfflll- Ihe Antilles. Caiibbee 
islands. 

^ntilCat,/ 'pl.~m antilope, xnlc 
lopf. [timony. 

atntimonium, "■ (-«> [Gijem.i a,,. 

2lntinOmte,/ <?( -clO antinomy, 

Mntipapiftiid) , «dj. .-.ntipapai. 

antipnpistic(al.. 

2Int>Jjatl)tf , / .)>; -m) antipathy. 

2lntt|)I)iogtfttfd) , -dj. amiphio 

gistic. 

2lnti:jjIion , m ^amiphon. 

2lntij;I)0ntC,/ <pl. -etl>5 ami- 
phony, nnlheni. (antiptonictal). 
3lnttJjftOnifd) , udj. ant.phonal , 

31nt«fchrafc, /. i.nf.-m ojiict.] an 



2lntit)6l'aftifd), '"'/■ antiphrasllc 

2lntivoöe, «. i-", )''■-«) am.pode 






wiih ones finger's eiic 

2tntt))ui'ttaner , 



älnttauav, m. 



ond.liand book 



2inti(iuafcfertft, ip/.-imj iiümai. 

Jtntiduitat,/ c'- -no antiquity. 
äintti'CüDlutiouar, «<';• antirevo. 

iUntifabl'atarier, >«. i.-i,pi. - 

antisabbaiarian. 

52lntifcorbutiidj , Uintnf-), «rfj. 

3lntife»tifd), "«• l-JHeS.J anti.sep 

JUntiftafe,/ rJiijei-l antistasis. 
aintiftee , «. am.s.es. 
2lntifiro;j>t)t,/. ij''. -'v antistropiie. 

Sintitftefc,/. 'p'- -n. ant.th«,... 
Mntitbftiid) , •"(; nuitheticiai,. 
aintitrinitaricr, "'. <.-«, p'. -) 

antitrinitarian. Sie £el)rt t,cv -, antiiriui 
tarlanisni. [tarian. 

5Untitrinitavifd) , "* ant.trn,i 

2tntitt)t)tfd) , '"ij. antil>picnl. 
2tntitt)^>U6 , '" antitype. 
2lnttOeneVtfci) , "dj- amivenereal. 



2lntUi?, 



1 ? and i i 



91 II t It 5 fe I re,/. ['ilvd)ir.] lacade 

aintoben , -. «■ (•-<-d «ith 



under a[ etc.. to ruar . thunder against 
2lntOniUÖ,^ '"• c«»'- 'Jlnrondjin. 
2lntOn , 5 Anthony , Tony. 
91 II to llf feu ei-, n. [-»icD.) St. Anthony'! 

re. (thony's cross 

91iiti)nä(i-euj, ... Ijper.uo.j St. A„ 

2(ntönen, '■■ "■ i» begin to sound 
iUntonic,/. Amonia. 

iUntOnin, "■ Antoninus. 
2lntOnOmOftC , /• a.noi.omasia 

2lntorteln, f 'iiMi.mmeci. 

JtntOf en, f . n. .» . oar. loam Hgainsl 



2intrat>cn, 



21ntrag, m- «-c*. ?'■ -tr.iae) i; 

iai. proposiiiuii. offer. £ le b eö a 11 tr i 
dlcll, to make tenders of love; 91lltri 
d)i'll cijer Iljllll , to make proposals; 
[^nrlanienrgfpr.] motion; eiiu'ii - mac 
er thilll , to make a motion, to move 

2lnta'a9cn, ■>• <■■. a. i. ($ipii lo 

ca.iy to a place. '2. t ■.(Jmne) -, 
Fer, lo Diopose. (5-inem f:ine Siciiile 



(i'tlunW -, 10 make a proposal, lo motion, 
.0 move Q:i ipitb n.if Me »11(11113 einfS 
(Tommiiree'« i^f. 91u6f ruffe« (iiioetrngeii, 

2lntrajnj>e{l)n, d. «■ f. aintrnp. 



2lntrati*)C(l)n< 



aintraucn, » "■ einem (ein ■W,i(. 
CUK.)-, to unite (in marriage), to marry 
' etc.; firt) (em >)Rii!icf)cii !c.) - iiiffai, to 



2inträufcln , 



fen. [to drop, diip on or at etc. 

2tnti'aufcn, ■'■ «. (used win, fem) 

3intraufCn, c. a to drop, dnp at 

ilntl-effl-n, ..■ v. a. l. to meet. 10 
meet with etc., to find. 9Illf frifrt)et ill.u- 
to catch inlheiOact; nuf Del' Sec- (®ri)ific), 

10 be met with. 2. f (eill'.uSi -, iO co.i- 

2(ntrciBen, '>• ■'■ ». i. lo impei. .« 

:o push or press on. (ipferSc Ic.) - , 10 
Irive; (ciii Sdnifj - (lunn SBinCci , to im. 
at'l ; -^e 5vrilfr, impulsive force, impulsive 
power ; Ute -^c ®ciunlr ei. -TOlllftt, impellen t. 
2. i (&inen) -, lo prompt, to actuate; ((Ih 

o impel to etc.; (inijctriceen I'iMi :c., 
ncited. impelled, actuated by etc. 3. to 
orce, to drive. (3{eifc:c.) -, to drive; 
Me%;ianfen)-, [-Mni'.J .0 wring. -.,. (-ä> 
■. 9InttieL.. 

2Cntrcit)cn, ■>. .■■ n. i. ,u w. iui> 

)en) (»JKctarinr.].) to begin to refine. 3. to 

K. nuf Beni 2Bil|Tel'J . to drift again-t el<. 
-, nnfleirtcltcn fumnicn , to come 

aintreibcr, ">■ <-f , k -> driver, 



Eintreibung,. r. driving < 
Eintreten, "■. r- „. i. ; , 



by tread- 
y one for 



2. i (gincu) -, to ad 
emeu - urn ic, to appl; 

., to beg a thi.ig of. 3. ± 10 commence 
begin, (em neue« Onlu-i -, to begin 
rinc 'J{ei|"e -, to set out upon a journey 
Jlu.llljlflfttä Oill)t) - , to enter; icil 

6ie ilfcaicrung -, to come to the cruw.i 
.Cllie er6lM)ilft) - , to take possession o 
!tc. ; D(iä -, Die 91 II r I- e 1 11 n g (eiiici- etP 
'd)af[), the act of taking possession of etc 

antreten, >>. •>■ «■. m- «-. fem. i 

- nn !c., to step close to etc. a5ci emci: 
ine's place; - (beim Jetticn) , to tak. 
iffice. 

eintrieb, »•. .-c«, pi. -n i. driving 

Iriving on. impelling, impulsion, impulse 



■2. t a) urging on, impulse, inipulsioi 
«tigalion; c«ll; inclination. 2lllf - (3l)re« 
!8nl6er6 lo , by (your brollier'g) imp 
at tire insligntion of etc. ; (lllS n(1türlirt)elll 
-e, by instinct; oil« fiOEncill -c , sponiB 

2intrtnfcn, ••■■ •>■ »• <«. w hnOin 

to begin tod. ink. to drinli tirst. — ^.rcß 



2lnti'i*>j>f In , "■ n. »u. w. ui 
2lntritt, -"■ < r«, pi. o i. 

ping on ; [«eirf.] amble. 2. i a) comm, 
ment, beginning, out.et. - (^e« l 
g.ihrE«), beginning! - einer Jieife, »e 
out. b) - (eiiif« ®iite«, Slniitf), entering 

CllieC (?rlien IC, the enlrance of an lieii 
etc. into lnnd.s; - feillfr erllfrt)nft), llie ac 
of taking possession of etc. ; pbriflfeitlicl)( 
^Srtroncii ll>l■r^en bei il)rftii '■}lnit<-e (jc 
roDI)Uli(l) bfcibiflt, mngislrales. at their en 



Dft Siecietimo, SReflicnnifli;-, accesi 

the crown. 2. a place for stepping oi 

step; [tl)p.] toot.gtep. 
anttittänuciriii,/.» 
-Jlnrritt«oel)Br, »• ^ ""' """ 
51ntritt«fleli>, n. entrance-mo 
SIntrittSinnI)!, n. ( dinner 
9lllttitt«f(f)inniU, m \ tertain 

given when a person assumes an oil 
3lllHritt5ptctiiot, /• inaugur 



nth; 



toe, /: 



2lntro(fnen, 






aintrööfln, ■•. "■ <u"d «üh f( 

teling along. 

aintrominetn, »• »• <n. w. f,ni' 

I. to begin 10 drum. i. - nil IC. , lo d, 
to proclaim by beat of drum. 

2lntrDm»>etfn, "■ <•■ i (einen) 

etc. 1. liStmai) -, ro trumpet forth. 

2lntro»)fcn , i«n. m. 

2lntVÖ)jfCln, <*.m«.)^ fein) to 

Slntrotten, f. ainirnbcn. 
2lntu>nmcln , ■<. n. -, n n a e t u 

nip II foiiiltu'li, to come bustling near. 

ülntutifenw , 
2Jntüjjfcn,i 
3lntB0(^el, >"■ (-«. ;''• -in'oen »iu 

'JlntlUl'VJjCn, «• (Wei>ot] Ant»eip 

JUntiDOrt , /. (P'. -'«> answer, re 

ply; rejoinder; - flebcn I'S. cftljnliu, lo 

ben, to answer; 9feb' unD - jebeii iibfr !c., 
to account lor eic; luir tonnen ^l■m k. 
ni(l)t 5{c6' nnc - flebfii libtr !C., we cannot 

insist on an answer; Cllie fpi?ifle , .i smart 
reply, a reparlee; 6ie - (lUf tlllf dTlcieec: 
ruilfl, an ai'<,iver lo a reply, a rejoinder. 



f. 91 n Ulfe 



91iin) 



•llnin.prtrtlKCif'Cll, .,..i,is«ir. leller 
in answer, reply. 

«Mntratutfcfirift,/. |i)(f(f)t«iVr.l reply; 
jroeite -, rejoinder. 

2lntW0rtCn, »■ «■ lo answer, 10 

etc., to reply to etc., to answer (a pam- 
phlet etc.); tici§enl) -, lo reply sharply or 
.smartly; rd)nell ii. geninnM, fpi^iq, üeigeiiii, 
Icbljnft -, ro repartee. — x>. a. lo answer, 
e-t lUfig nid)!, lunä et - full, he does not 
know what lo say in reply; (inf feinen SSricf 
niitiuDr t etc er iljiii jjolncnbe«, he an- 

21ntJüOrtCr, ">. t-S, vl. -> an- 
swerer; [9(ert)l«fpr.) defendant. 

«UntWOrtlicÖ, «rf". '» reply. 

2inÜl)Cn , "• «• lo get by exercise, 
lo impart, acquire by practice. 

2tnijcrlanacn, f- »ermnoen. 

SlnBermoßtfn, " " 'o marry (10 

etc.); \. 95 e mini) It II. 

2Inöcrfucl)cn, " «• "> "i "": (■ 

anptDbcii. 

2lnBcrtroucn, "■ «• einem e-nun« 



person in trust 01 
einem SrennPe ein 
eunt)en (^elieinintffe 



nst . deposit; fid) (5'iiieni 



agnate; tin -er UDii nmttei-lidjee (Seite, any 

male relation Ihrough the mother, cognate; 

fie i|l meine -e, she is a relation of mine. 

51nt)eniinnbt|il)n|t, J. I. kindred, 

talives, relations. 3. affinity. 
JlnJUOCljS, "■•<-fe«l.?andisivelling. 

creiion. - (euiei) Caiibe« Cur(i) <!lnrpüliingi, 
increase ; - 6e« tfCnffet«, the rise ot waler 

grown to. OiMiner- young plants, young 



3lUU) 
vaddle on. lo come waddling 



2lniüäl)lcn , i>- «■ lo adopt. 
'KnivaQen , »■ »■ <"■ »■ üi 



2lm»aUun<<,/. <?'• -en) l. rollmg 
on etc. 2. fit. attack, f. 91nfnll, 'Jl 11= 

aimwalt, in. (-e«, )>;. -e» raanda- 

-Jliiiunltftftnft,/. depulyship, agency, 
attorneyship, proctorship. 

*!liin)nlt«aetiiil)teii, /. pi. ihe lee« 
of an all,-rncy. agent etc. 

2ln»t)aljCn, »• n. «,. w. Dnben) 1. 
to begin to waltz, lo walli first. -■ iirt ic., 
to wait! against. 2. to begin to roll; lo 

K., to press close to etc. by a roller, lo 
put to etc. with a roller. 2. (.QrOe) - , I" 

2iin»atsen, «. «■ - nn ic, to ton 

2lnitfanÖ, /"■ - (eine« Sltferii, border. 

2lniBonöctn, ■>. >'. i. tu. ». ,ein) 

to walk near. 10 approach (slowly). 2. jitip 
(u. w. Ijnben) (emcii) -, lo come on, over, 



nit) eine OI)nmnd)i 



5inn)nct)«red)i, I n. right to n,, 

»Jlnn)nrt)fiinfl«i-e(t)i,j alluvial earth 

3linvad)fcn, "• "• »■ m. w. fem 

l.-nn:e., to grow upon, ou, to etc. 
-, nnoeiuncftien ieiii nn :c., lo stick to 

ISSot.) adnale; b) (0. ipfetDell) liide-bound 
2. to augnient, to grow, to Increase; - 
(t.. SltiJTeu IC.), 10 swell, 10 rise; - (l) 
•le.ilTir), to rise; - (u. KinSern, »(iniliei 
IC.), to grow. 3, i 10 grow, to swell, t( 
increase, lo augment, lo accrue. - jn :C. 

s-ic. ; tine iijiic) - Itiflen, ['JRufl to swell 
ainnjOcbfUIig, /. growing to etc. 



2lm»onl>lung,/.<))'-en) i 

gietier !C.) , a fit, slight attack, par 
2. i - (u. -JliiDnd)!, eitiDcrnuirl) to 

aiitinanöcrn, "• «. (u. w. i 
'llnwanCen, "• •> <" w. nn 

n 11 n e ID n n f t fDinmeii , to come to 
on 2. - nil :c. , to totter against el 

JUniBävmen, '•« 'o heat oi 

a lilile. to begin to heat. 

21mt)arten, " ••. - nufu., 

for. to ettpect. (exp 

2lnit>ttrtcr, <" (-«, p'. -) </. 

%n\VavW)aft, J expectanc 



91nrontn"*nftlld),n<i7. reversionary 
>aiii\)nttf(l)nftiiOriefe, i«. pi. f 
ainninrtfrtjnftfpniente, it. ;)(. \ 

ainwaf^cn, >>. ... «. to begin to 

JtinWnffcrn , •>■ "■ to .irrigate, lo 

UnWatitbtllX , "• "• <"■ ». fern) 
, nnoeiun tf(t)eli ftmimen, to approach 
addling. 

einweben, <•■ " - "» «-. 'o weave 

■iUmvCÖCln, <>■ "■ l- (einem -, 10 
tu. "2. (S'lneii - lu. >piinDen), to wag the 



2inȟe 
21ntve 






agsinsli towards, to, upon, at etc. — n. n. 
(U. w. feil» to approacli blowing. — ii. 
(_«) -, He 91 ni»« I) 11 nil, blowing on, 
afllalion; drifting .igainst. 

SInttJeicftcn, " »■ "> »""''' "> ^'"p 
5lntr einen, "• «• <" ^^ress »«p- 

Ing; in weep at. 

2(nweifefcanf, /■ is?mMi h-,,), 
° 2lnweifen , -r. .■■ «• i- <<Ji"ei" et- 

10 appoint; to designate. -, (Jpntltifll to 
assign, ftplj -, to mark out trees tliat 
are to lie felled; (ilrtieiier) -, lo show (o 
a place, lo direct; firt) - loiTeil , to take 
directions. 2. 6 nen -, to instrud, l"o 
leach, to order, to direct; e-lmil Jll (^t: 
nn« -, to guide, to direct, bittern m},icn 
il'te fiiiftrv Jilt iiiflfn» ic. -, let parents 
guide tlieir children to virtue etc. 3. eilte» 
- (= ivelfeil) nil lt., .1111 IC. 10 refer any 

2tntt)eifcr, ">. '-«. p'- -> '■ »> 
aüntvcifung , /■ 'p'- -fi" i- »«''s"- 

•2. l<5)fintell draft, check. 3 order, direc- 
gnide.' [ffieiMii. 

2ln»vetgcn, "■ «■ '» whitewash; f. 

2ln»t)elEen, ■>. >•. to begin to wiHiei 
rr a little, to wither or fade a litile. 

2ln)t>cnc,/- ipi- -11) »i»y. »"ppon. 

prop. 

2lnWCn6brtr, ■"'/. applicable; - m 
It., applicable lo etc.; - (v. Wittfllli, 
practicable. 

51llll)CllM)(irf rll, /. applicability, 
applicableness; praclicability . practicable- 



2ln>ücnöen, «»., ir. <.. «. 

employ, to use; to make use ..f; t 
out. - ju !C., 10 employ lo etc. IUI 
to misemploy; to misapply ; flllt -, lo i 
a good use of etc., to employ well; 
icilic Stnftc -, to eiert one's ut 
strength; ö,iä l|Uel ll)lll lti(t)t nilflelDd 
it will be of no use to him. 2. - ill 
10 apP'y 1° *"' ''• '" ''sstow upon. SBieIc 

pains (labor) upon, lo bestow much in 
dustry upon, to take uinfli pains with; - 
;il !C., to turn to etc.. to .ipply for a pur 
pose; Sie <PrDi)I)ej(il)i uj niif (S-trlomffc - 
to acconimodale prophecy lo events; M 
■Bcrotifc riiieS mc<\nni niif il)ii I"el6(l -, i< 

B3i(fenfrt)ii|t) , the practical part ; (1 n r 
ronuCter Setiriif, CJJhilor.) a concrei. 
idea; nnijeroniiMe <)BiUI)eiiinti(, niixe, 
malhematic«. (<)lllH)ell^ I' a r 

21nWCn6Uc^, <"iJ- employable; I 
2lntt?CntUniV/. l- employing, em 



21nm 
2lnuifvl'en, ir.v.«. l.(Sp|^.ltelllc.) 

, to engage tmen for service), to enlist. 

enroll. (Jo lBer^cll ®ol^(lI(ll n it J e lu o ti 

eil, men are enrolled for service; jlir 

Sroniijiiiig eii'f* JfeflimentD -, to recruit; 

$ert) -, 10 raise, lo levy; ful) iH« 

©CISilt - IniTe'l, to enroll one's self a sol- 

Jier; ein 91 lit) eiu r b eiic r, recruit. 2. i 

10 engage. 

5Un werben , ''■■ •■■ >■. - mu ic , lo soli- 
cit (c. nct.l. 10 apply or sue for etc.; - 
iini (fill 'OTiiürtifli ic.), mil tit Sjnii» (eine« 
TOÖÖdjcnf) -, to sue for. to ask in mar. 
riage . to woo (a giil). 

ainwerbcv, -"• i-f, p'. -> '• - nn" 

ein 'mli^(l)l•ll K.l, snilor, wooer, one who 

(iii-JImti, candidate; f. SBeiucrber. 3. 
one «bo enlisls sol.liers; f. "lOetler. 
3(n>Uev6unfl, /• l- enlisting elc. 



JhnuevCCn, "•. v. a. m. w. rem) 

e-fiuiiä -, 10 get rid of elc. (9Biinreii) -, 

ispose ot etc., lo sell; (feme lochten 



m\i 



75 



21nȟevfen, 



111 K. , to rough- 
(J-iiien Srfilnfroif 



. -, - nil IC, to 
esrobeii 9BDttcl - 

10 parget. 2. t 



'2(nHjefCU, •■■ '• f- '^Unucreiifjeit. 
2. I3eed)t«u'r] f- 3ii6el)ijr. 3. farm. 
21n»»efCn&, nWj. present. Die -en, 

2ln»UefCnljeit , /. presence 

JHnttcttern, " « <"■ «• iy^^''-"> «> 

tile, thunder against. - illl iMe Iljl'lt 1C-), 



2InJt>e^Cn, i-n- l.lo begin lo N 
to grind, wbc-t to. (5-,„e gptlje (111 : 
point by whelliMg. 

ainwtc^fen, ••. «. -mi ic, loc 

.-.dhere to elc. by means of wax. 

2JnJ»irfeln, ». «■ - n" "-, to 

. lo fasten 10 elc. by winding. 

2inJüiöevn, "- "• ""<i ''«p- *<? 

, to disgust IC. <icc.), lo give avei 
i, to be disgusted at. with, to lie si 
1 at; f. «uefclll. 
3(n>t)tCftcrn, •>■ " «Die ©tut 

SlniDiinmeln, " » <"• "• i"") 



Inwimmern , " >■- aingrroi 



ajnWiUten, Ir. ■>- « lo draw 

2tn>vinfen, " <-.. to »ink. bee 

to wink ai etc.. upon etc. 

I 'i(njwinfeln, ■' " "> '"»»n- " 

I at; i. 91 11 vui tu 111 et 11. 

I 5lni»trbelH , f- »• (". »•• rem) 

whirl on. 10 Hy at. against. 2- lo appi i 



2(n»t)irfen, v. •• to weave on; 
älinuebeii. 

2ln>»tffften, » « - m i ., to « 
3lnwiöj>evn, v. a. ((Stiun, -, 
2ln»t>ittevn, -. "- mem., -»°i 

iilij.l ':!iii,jeiiMttctfcö (I-rj, Me Slum 



ainiuoljncn, ». n. i. - uLt-cu k. 

I K-, to dwell near etc., to live next or 
ose to etc., to live close by. '2. to be 
■esenlatete.. to attend; i'. »ciro o I) II e ll. 

2ln»t)0bnev, >". <--= pi. -> he niat 

.es n>-il or close lo etc., one that dwells 
;ar (H river etc.). next neighbo(u)r. 
^MVOrfcU\,l '•■ "■ - nil «., to 
einwerfen, S ll'r»w against elc. 
ilh a winnowing shovel. - „. u. to begin 

2In»tiiicI)ern , "■ '•■ - u'. a^^mifn'. 

2ln»t)U*ö, '». (-I'eä, pi- -iDiirilfe) 
growth. - (^ct <15flillljcil), accretion. 2. 

Cic 91 II m II <\) (I a'. <)3fr.llljeii), excrescences. 

SInwüblen, "• " i» I'^gi» «= '"i" 

,tbeea,thwill,lbesnout,io,oot.,outi.,p. 

2Jnirünfd>en, "■ «- '- leinnu e-t. 

n«) -, to wish; 10 wisli that something 
ay happen to one. (fllieiu 95ö|"rä -, to 
iprec-ate; Mc mit SJöfe« -, that wish me 
'il; eiiitiii 5ein^c nüii lliioiri(f I'f. 93i'i'e 

CpM to adopt. - n. (-fi I'. 9(11 111 lilt. 
f (1)11 It (1- 

2lnJ»ünfd>unö,/-i-"'siiing.uish; 

precation. 2. Oteitltofpr.] adoption. 
Einwurf, •"■ ^-<i> '• llliowing on. 

iD biirrt) einen J-iiiQ so, aiicrraiion, 
retion; oet - (einer ■ajiiii»), parget, 
gh-cast; bet - flttibPll TOJrtel«, rough- 
ting. 2. [Xetbn.J a) [itlri)f.lln-.l selvage; 
)-. 9lnfcf)n.ue. b) (in -Kiiiiirt-1 mill, o 
(Sd)m-i6ct ic.] eking piece, d) - t-ot eiiirm 
SrfllriTe, the grapple-iron before a padlock, 
3. [Äeivl' 1111!" ajinftlfuicl ) first 
v. lead. "SJcr l)iil Pen -? who tlnows 
first? llcvei. 

9liiiunrff(l|liifiel, m. [ill «Btiiiiiil.) 

Slnwiirfeln, "■ «• '- '<> ^'%'"< '" 

low or casl. lo tlirow first. 2. - .ill !C., 
throw against etc. 

21n»»urjeln, "• "• <«• "• '""> '• 

take or strike root. 91 n OeU' 11 1 J e 1 1 
in (111 !C. , to be rooted to etc. 2. t 'ICie 
n.ieronrjelt (tmilrljeu) , as if nailc.t .o 
e «p..t. 

3lnwüttien, "■ »■ •• «•■ «• f"" - 

ii.jeiuiitljci toiumeii, to approacli, riisli 
1 raging, 2. (u. w. Ijuden) - .ief|eii ic, lo 

°2lnjal&I,/- number, quantity; mnl- 
tude. e-ilie - I'fll Jll'.lllil.], twenty, a 



pay on account. 

ainjaftlen, '' " '» ^'i'" 



76 «n,5 

Slnjajjfdi, -■ «. 1 <&» s<iB2DfM 

JC.) -, to pitrce. to prick, 10 broatll. t. 
lap. em gnjm n iioej .i;)ft, a cask i 
abroach; einen 5!B.ifrer|'iid)tig£ii - , [(Il)ir. 
10 lap a dropsical person; (einen SSniiin 
-, to lap. to boi. Q. 1 (ginen) -, a) t 
nettle, to smoke, b) to bleed one. to ge 



3ln;<äuincn, «. «• oäterbo -, i. u 

ridle. to put ilie bridle on. 2. to fastei 
lilh a bridle. 

Slnjec^en, "■ «./' »i* -, i- t( 

rink one's fill, to drink one's self full 
fid) 23efflUtt'1l. 2. to run up a score. 

2lnjei(J)en, « i-s, pi. -> i. pre 



sign, token. syni|)tom; (9)101).] diagnostic 
Sic« Ifl ein -, ^.^e !c. , ilus is a sign tha 

Slnjeic^nCn, ■>■ « to note, t , mark 
einijc, eic ju ©Ijeriff^Oitellcn) nnflCjcid) 
net fillö, some wlio are pricked for slier 
iffs; g-inetii ((Stron« -, to put down « 

ainüetgc, / 'p'- -n) i. indication 

gence; declaration; - 6ei ©eridjt, informa 
lion, denunciation. - tljlin , to notify, to 
give information, to inlorm against. 2. - 
Jfffiittidje -, - in einem Dffeiitlidjrii »Intte, 
Seining«-, adverlisemenl. 3. indication, 

älnjeinennit, n. intelligence-office. 
ulnjeigcBIatt, n. advertiser. 
Mnjeigebvief, m. [ftanbet] circular, 



of 1 

dicative mood or mode. 

9(nj(eigen, v. a. l. to announce, ■ 
communicate, to notify, to give inform 
tion, notice, to send word. Einem Etwa« 
— , to inform or notify any one of etc. 

was advised of etc.; öffentlii*-, torn 
known by proclamation, to proclaim; 
ijtfentli^cn Siattevn , ijffcntli* — , to 
vertise; Einen bei ©cti^te —, to denor 
any one, to inform against etc. ; bie 
SIrt, [®tamra,] the indicative mood; 
güiwbrtet, demonstrative pronouns. ; 
indicate, topresnge. 68 jeigt Mcgen 
it indicates (the approacb of) rain. — i 



ainjcigev 



1. -, ly 



jeigcblntd advertiser. 3. [-B(ntl).] exponent. 
atnjCigUng ,/• informing elc . in 
torn.alicn, indication, nolificalion. 

21njcrren, ". ". to puii on. 

SJnjCttCl, ">. (-«, pi. -) (SBeb.) 
warp. -II, w. «. [^cl).] to warp. 2. 1 to 
plot, to project, to contrive, gin 35err(i> 
Hier jctttit einca5erfrf)mijning gegen feinen 
KiMiig u n , a traiior plots against bis king. 

2injcttler, >»■ «-«, pi. ->, u. 

in 11', I. (aBel'.l one who warps. 2. 1 



plotter, macliinator. 

2lnjettClun(? , /. «arplng etc 
2lnjteIjCn, >'■. "• « l. al to begin 

pull, to give a pull. Sie ©focfe -, to pull 
the bell, to give a ring, b) (ein ®ei( ic.) 
-, to draw tight, to stretch, to strain; 
(bie Xf)ür ic.) -, to shni, to close; (bie 
Sügeli -, to draw in; ten 9Itl)em -, to 
hold one's breath; - (bnS SBflffer, n>ie ein 
3rt)n)(imnii , loimoibe. to absorb, c) to 
draw; [?pl)l)f.] to attract, -b , attracting, 
attractive, attractile ; -be firflft, attractive 
force; ein -be« Mtjeiieimiitfl , astringent; 
-b , (9innt.] adducent. 2. t to attract, to 

ing, engaging, alluring; -b , (luf eine -De 
UDeife, attractively, aitractingly ; bie -be 
e-igenfiftnft, bn« -be, attractiveness. 3. 
(fileiber, ©ttiiinpfe) -, to put on. lo draw 
on, to get on; (Stiefcll -, to pull on; fid) -, 
to dress (ones self); einen llll^er^ 5KocE -, 
to change one's coal ; ein fri|"d)e« ^enib -, 
to put on a clean shirt, to shift one's sliirt ; 
(inbere fileibcr -, to shift one's clothes; 
frifdje, luciBe ub. iinbctc <B3nf(f)e -, to shift 
one's self; fid) lM)l»arj -, to dress in black. 
4. i Sen ncnrii iSnnM)ta n nju jic,r)cii, 
to amend our ways or our conduct ; j i e I) e ( 
ben neuen i)Kenfd)en nn, II pni on the new 
man. 5. ig-inc ifctirie, em <ICcrf) -, lo 
quote, to eile. 'Jtlfd) -, to misquote; f. 
»ilnf Uhren. 6. (®d)nfc, T^ftrbe ic.) -, to 
breed, lo raise; (Siininc XI.) -, to raise. 

31njie(ten, 'f. <..». (u. w. ijnten) i. 

to begin lo draw; to draw; [<Bd)nd)|p. tc.J 
lu move. 2. t.. draw, - (l). iJi(igelll) , to 
draw, tal-e; ibil« S.llj) J i e 1) r nil, is grow- 
ing moist, (u. Ceini ic.) ' , to hold »veil. 
3. (a. w.) (ein — C». einem $eere jc), to 
draw on , to draw near , to march on, 
near, to advance, to approach. StngejOa 
gen lommen, \ to approach; tamit femra' 
mir nidit angcjogcn, i do not talk to 
me of it. 4. (n. w. fein) — (B. Oefinbe), 
to enter, come into service; — (». SSeam« 
ten), to enter into office 

3ln;;tel)bar, o<;;. attractable. -teit, 

/, attractability. 

atnjicftcr, m, (-«, pi. -) i. (St^uöo 

— , (©tiefet») — , Bboeing-horn, boot-hook. 
2. [ülnat] adductor, adducent muscle. 3. 
dresser; attirer. 4. ringman, bellman. 

3(n^ici)Ung, ./•. l. [iP^Df.) attraction. 

5Dei — unterttjorfen, attractable. 2. — (einet 

SteKe !C), quoting; f. Jlnfil^vung. 

anjie^nngStraft,/. ■ attrac- 

SlnjicljungäDermögtn, n.i tion, 

attractive force, power. 

ainjieljnngsfni«, m. .sphere of at- 
traction, [doctor. 
-Jlniiel)nng«mn«fel, m. [2tii(it.] ad- 
>!lnjiel)iing«piinft,m.cenire, center 
of gravily. 

2lnsu-»>cn, ". "■ '» chirp at eic. 

2lnjif*e(n, ". «• t» wlsper at. to 
address whispering, in whispers. 

Jlnjifc^en, i-- «. to hiss at etc. 
2lnjtttcrn, ». ». (u. w. rem) -, 

g eji ttcrt fimiiTien, to approach trem- 

l/ling. [ing along. 

^njOtteln, <>■ «• to come saunter 



21 pa 

2lnjUC&t, /. (p(. -lld)tc) 1. breeding, 
raising; f. 91 ii j i el) e n Nr. 6. ,'. (fine - 
uoii *Bferben Db. Scfjnfen, a breed of harses 
or sheep. 3. common sewer; f. 9I6jllcf)t. 

2ln,?U(f cm , ' « to sugar over, lo 
sprinkle with sugar. 

2lnjUg, m. (-e«, pi. -lige) I. drawing 
on, putting or getting on; dressing; \. 
aiujieljen Nr. 3. 2. drawing near, ap- 
proach. (Jc innrb uom -e be« Jcinbc« in 
Äcnntnie gefegt, he was apprised of the 
enemy's approach ; im -e fein (u. ffeinbe 



■■ (aefiiiO.'S, eine« "Seninten), 
service (place), into office, 
mil of clothes, garments, 
array, (Jin - ©vi^en, a suit 



i appn 



<!(niug«gelb, .., entrance-mune>. 

i!lniug«gcrd)i-nf,>i. entrance-money. 

91 n J U g « t c b e , / entrance-speech . 

■ätnjiifläptebiot, /. f. ainttittä. 
rebigf. 

Mnjngätng, m. day of eniering into 
jrvice or of taking office. 

älnjÜflU*, «rf;. I. attracting, al- 

een. poignant, -er ®d)cr!, a cutting 
joke. — adv. abusively, poignantly; - 
fprff[)on, to be personal, -te 1 1, /. 1. offen- 
siveiiess, abusiveness, poignaucy. 2. pt. 
-en, abusive words, personalities, ab- 

2ln^un6cn, i-. «• <Sn« ■Smm -, to 

light, lo kindle: (em Sicftt :c.) -, lo light; 
on fire, to fire. 

2lnjün6er, ">. (-«, pi- -> (Cam= 

pen!) -, lamp-lighter. [etc. 

2(njunButtg, /. lighting, kindling 

2ln}ttt>fCn, «■ "• (to begin) to pull, 
lo pluck, einen -, to twitch one 1« the 
sleeve eic. 

2ln,p»atfcn, >•■ «. (einem -, tn 

assail with abusive language, to jeer , to 

ainjJWOnflCn, • «. lo squeeze or 
prrss against; lo force (up)on. 

5MnjWC(fen, "■ «■ <» fasten with 
tacks, hobnails; c3l6fä^c) -, [S({)nl)ii".I 
to peg on. 

2lnjtBt(fen, i'- ■>. i. (©(mnäi -, to 

stretch with pincers. 2. i (©incn) -, to 
je 



SlnjWtngen, ;■• 



2lnj«)jrnen, «.«■ i to twist to, 

11. 2. ± (ein llngliirfi -, f. 9ln|1i|[en. 

2lnj»»itfc6crn, ■• « t» twntei 
^iJolSftarfe, /. 'p'. -"> Acoiian 

iäonen, ». ;>'. ? eternity. 
JlOrift, '". (-«, p(. -ei [(yr,imm.j 

2tt>anage , /. (pi. -m appanage. 

2l*agoge, f iscoif. ^sim.] apa. 

2IVatl)iC,/- apalhy 

21»atit, m. (-«, [-Miner.] apatite. 

2l»jaUacl)ifcfe, «dj. [®ergi:.] Apa 



3lpc 

Uchian. [nines. Apennii 

afljjennincn, >• pt i&ti-ir.] Af, 

Sll^enninifcl) , adj Apcmine. 
2l»CrtUr,/- lOptif] »pertu.e. 

rfitii) apple. Prov. i5ft - f.ifli iiidji ro 

Ihe fruit; like sire like son; ill ein 
uuieni - (üigtn, to n,.ii,c up one's mi 

51 1.' I e 1 1 n " "1 , >"• .ipple tree. ?af »TörDpf. 

reis I'Olll ~e , apple-graft. -t)Olj, n. the 

wood of the apple-tree. 

51pi(ltiniimen, I ndj. made of ih( 
»Mpfelbiiumtli, i «ood of ihe apple 

■Hpfeltcin, n. l-lliint.] cheekbone. 
■:ipfcl6le(f). 1. apple.ro»sler. 
'llpfelbrei, in. apple-marmalarle. 

iJIpldODril, «I. wild apple-tree, crab 



>!lp|fUf|"l(), m. linegar made of 
pples . verjuice. 

>:ipff IfSrniig, adj. and nrfr. (for 
ke an apple, having Ihe form of an a 

OU'fflftrtll, ) 

OlpftlOniiMerinnA/. appie-wo 

«pftlljöfceDiiiM, ) 



^llpfclgmii, adj. I. apple-gr.iv , ii. 
apple. gray color. 2. -(v. «pfcrbtn), dapple 

^Ipfelijröb«, 
•üpfellwiufd) 
Olpfelfltün, adj. apple-green. 
älpfell)Ön61er, m. apple monger. 
•JlpftlhPfC(t), «I. apple monger. 
apfflt.lMlMlfr,/. apple loft. 
Slpftltnrreii, m. apple-cart. 
•Jlpfelf.rll, in. pippin i>f an apple 
niPiElfr.ipfcni), w.( akindofapj 
91pfelfr,ipf(t)en, „S pie, crowdy 
Slpfelftfiij, II. lJpcrnl^.] pomme 

'31 pfeif 11(1) Ell, m. apple-tart or tarti 
•i| pfeift! (1)1 eilt, n. an apple-fritter 
in. apple-galhcrer, apf 



apple 



5lpfe 
inlre. 

»apfe 
51pfe 
aipfe 



cider 



me, in- f. Slpfelbrci. 

iiftete,/. apple-pie. 
9Ipf elpfrt II II e, 7*. a pan used for roast 
Ing apples. 

-Ilpfelpflniimc,/. imperial plum, 
apfelqiiitte,/. wild quince, 
äipielr.iupe,/. codling-moil,. 
•UpfelreiS, h. apple-graft. 

9Ipfelr»(ler, m. apple-roaster. 

^pf eirund, adj. and ade. round as ai 
apple. 

•3lpfelK,|t, in. I. juice of apples. 2 
ilie inspissated juice or rob of apples 

■Jlpfelfnlbe, /.pomatum. Wit rd)iiiie 
ceil , 10 pomatum. 

ilpfelfnllet, adj. sour like an apple 
>:iptclf(iiire« ®(ilj, leijem.] malate. 

«pfeliüure, /- «Fljeni.] malic acid 



55rflljlid)tc -. pyiomaljc acid, 
-a p fe I I'd) a 1 e , /. apple-paring, 
•üpfelfdielbt,/. ^apple-sli 

■i|pfelf(f)eiti(f)eii, n j quarierin 
3lpfelf(l)iiiiiiiel,iii.dapple-greyl 
■llpfclfd)lllll, in. ^ apple - s 

>apfel|-d)iii9, m. [.ilpielfdi 
apfelfrtjiiittdjeii,«.) a piece 

.pple cm and dried. 

apfelfllle,/'. orange China, or, 

-II I' ,111 in, m. orange-lree. 

ai'fei|T.imin, m. 1. tlie trunk 

ippletree. 2. young apple. tree. 
Olp(el|le(t|er, in. apple-corer. 
Jlpfclftiel, in. sialk of an ;.pple 
9U'fel(trnnbe,/. f. sUpfelfiid) 
•JlpfeliL-rte,/ apple-tart. 



2(pp 

e , /. s 



77 

omposed 01 



greclii 



lb,™, appli 



-Jlfielu'eiu S 

■Jlpieliuicflfr, ,n. f. 'Jlpfelciinp,-. 

2lJ>fCln, V. a. ®e,ipieit, dappled 
dapple. (lion 

3I:p^e(tUm, " i-S; railrni.J aphe 

2lj)bOriSlm(U§), "■• (?/. -men 
aphorism. ■.i|pl)cvi jiiieiif rniuf r, m 
aphoi. sM.tr. a dealer in aphorisms. 

2Ct)t)Driftif*, adj. aphori..lic(al) 

- ,.,lv. apliorishcally. (apple 
2(»>i:ni?fel, '"• ^-i, P'- -h'fc» pome. 
aijlOtiCtifd), l-Dltri|(t)), udj. apo 

liictic(al). — adv. apodictically 

3J)j0flnHllt, (-.jeum) n. (-f ) [?inrrii.| 
apogee. 

2l*Dfa(t)*jfl",/ apocalypse. 

2I*£)tllltJVtiftl), adj. apocalypl.c 

21»DfrUfttfcb, adj. [Keö.J apo 

^pOtr^pifiid) , adj. apocryphal 
Cie -en 85ii(t)ei- Cer 'Äibel), apocrypha, 
the apocryphal books; -e ®(f)ciften , apo 
ccyph«; taä -I, apocryphalness. — adi\ 
apocryphally. 

2l»?0a, t I«. (->■) [-Ki)ll).] Apollo, 

2lj>0U0 ,5 3>fc -Jlpollo pon -öelPh 
^^re, the Apollo-Belvidcre. 

2ljjOtOg, '". -ff, pi. -e) apologue. 

2tV0l0gfttfcl) , <"'j. apologelic(al). 

- arfr. apologelically. 

2lj) Dingte, /. (;''. -en) apology. 
mVOlO^ift, m./ (-en, pi -eiu apo. 

mpoloqet, 'iios'si. 

aijjOvbnfC,/. Oiljtt.l apophasfs. 

MpOphtife^ma , «■ aporhegm. 
apoplithegni . apotheni. -tlfd), adj. apo- 
thegmatic(ali. lapopleclic(al). 

mpcplectiidf, (-wt-), «rf>. [-»ieD.] 

2l»0»)ItStC, /. (p'. -Pit) l-OTeb.] apo 
plexy. 

Sl^jDfitaftf ,/■ <P'- -fn) apostasy. 

2lt»0ftot, ">. (-en, pt. -en) aposiatc-, 

2l»)DfitCl, in. (-ä, pi. -) 1. apostle. 

J apostle. 

^poilelnnit n. apostolaie. 

aipoilelbrief, m. 1. pastoral leiier. 
2. pi. -t, writings of the Apostles. 

pD(leloe|(t)li1)tE,/. Ihe Acts of the 
Apostles, lies 

9lpoflelfirrt)e,/ church of the aposi 



>!lpp|lcir(l),lff,/ apostleship. 
aipoilemi.j, m. day of an apostle. 
apDaelivurSe,/. apostleship 
2l»)0flCm, "• i-es, pi -ei met.] 
aposteme, apostume ; f. (J i Icr n c fd)ll. ll I rt. 

"UpOftOlat , 'I (-C«) apostolate. 

^UpOftoUitb, adj. apostolic(al,. 2(r 
-e eilll)!, the aposiol-c see; fcc-e (5il,lll^c. 
apostolic faith, iai -e. Me -e «efduiffcn. 
Ijeit, bnä -« 'Jliiieljen , apostollcalness ; tit 
-en, Apostolics; Ter -el'eijaf, ableg.-ite. 

— ade. apostolically. 
^IpOftVOpb, "'■ (-ei, pl- -e) 

[(^Iv.lilini.l apostrophe, aposlrophy. 

2J>>DftrOJ>ftf,/ 'P'.-iD OfOer.Japo- 
slrophe, apostrophy- (phiie. 

2l*)of<ro<j6ircn, v. „. to apostro. 

3lpOtt)teC,/- pl- -") apothecary's 
shop; I'.KniJl] apoti.eme. 

2ljjotftefcr, »,. ^-i. p/. _, apo. 

wife of an apolhecarv. 

..'IpotheferlMtn,/. hou chretieu. 

-:ipolüeferlM,>D, ii. piMrmacopoeia. 
pharmatopy. dispensatory. 

weight, troy.weight. 

5lpoihetcr,ir.if , „. dogs grass, f. 
Üuctfe. 

Ülpotljefei'fnna, /. pharmacy. 3nr 

- ijel;iji:uj, pharmacfiitic(al). 

SU P 1 1) e f e V I' r b 11 11 n q,/. dispensatory. 

9(pt>tl)eEerril)iunniin, in. f. Safe. 
I" (1) IP n 111 111. 

apotl)eCectnve./. the price of drugs 
fined by the legal auiliorities. 

9Ipotl)efern)nnrcii, s. pl. drugs. 

■ilpctljeferuMfftiii'iftrtfr, /. pharma- 

WlpOtifeOfC ,f (pl. -n) apotheosis. 
^ppavat, "t.<-ci. pl.-c> apparatus. 
2lD»Jfl(l), "'• (-*. pl- -e) call. 

21»)j>cUant, '«. <-e", pi- -ei. 

[3Je(l)tSfpr.J appell,,nt. 

mppeViat, •-- i-en, pl. -CID m<t>ti-. 
n-.] appellee. - i iMi ni , n. [(ijrflinni.] ap- 
ellative. Ipeal; f. Mnrnfnng. 

'^ppeVLation , /■ mi:mm-\ ap- 
'^ppiV.xven .• « - ii'unto, to 

2!i))jcn6i3r, "> appendix. 
2lvv>-'tit, '"■ '-f«. -«> "ppetite; 

oniach (Sn'iiS für ^e^ - iieljnien, to take 
provocative. lid), adj. adv. exciting 

le appetite, inviting, tempting, nice. 

rljcate. 
^pp'ld) '". [■»«.) f CH'Pid). 
%pp'\Sd), adj. Appian. 

2l}JVlnu6ircn , "• a. to applaud. 
2lt>Vlicatuv , '-f.i-) /. CWnf.] f. 

inoetfa?. 
aVVOrtirCn, ••- a lo fetch and 

^ppxttxvin, V- " I» df"s. to 

^PpVCtnV , J "Ircssing. f.uisi,. 

2ljj}ji'i?fdjfn, .'■ pl- [OBiiit-i ap 



78 



2lpr 



*ilrc 



■lUii-cfDffnMiini, i 



2IjJril, >".<-«. P' -O April, Proo. (5-inell 
frn — t'rt)icfcn, to make an April tool of 

.y oae; ifl i>et - fiiirt)t nil!) iinß, fi) fulU 
btni SBailit lEd)i'iin' nub gng, when 

oril blows his lioni, 'lis good for hay 



llfllürf. 


„ 


lick 


lenes 


s of fortune. 




in. 


Ap, 


1 fo 


1. 


ireofii 


^ 




A| 


>il shower, 


Ifrtjoiu 


'.i 


pas 


sing 


rain. 


Ifdjein 








oon in April. 



2l:^)fi6en,x )>'. laifitoii.] apsides. 

«pfiCeiilinic, /. (?l(lrn..] line o 
(lie .Tpsldes. 

2l*)Ultcn, "• <-*) [SeDOr-l Apulia. 

ainuomorin , '«• <-«, p' -« (Oi 

IVCIflll).] aqua niariua, — adj. sea-gretn. 
91 ,1 II (1 111 (1 r i 11 frt) & r I, «. [Wiucr.] bery, 
SlaUatintO,/ »■ «qnalinta. 
2((1Uat0r, "'■ (-») equator, liu. 

pounds), equatoriiil. 

SJiflUtnoctial, cn, compounds: 



2lauitanifdj, <"'J- AquHanian. 

2lvaber, '"• '->• w- -> </• -'"i» 

;. Arab. Arabian. -' iSlciuier bf« ^rnlH. 
Irt)flii Arabist. 3. Ar.iliiaii horse. 

2lrot'cS'Ee, f- «?'■ -"> "'»'eskoi- 

uioresque work, nioresk. arabesque vi 
■f arabesky oriiHiueut. -II , arabesks. 

21ral>ieti, «• i-o i&'oav] Arabia, 

Araby. 

mralim. «''J- A"!-""- Arabic. 
X>ai -e, Arabic; -r gierrdtl), ■■Mnltrfi, 
nioresk ; 6et -c 9liif|n0, Mc -c fit.iljf, ele- 

21ral>i§in , <••■ (/>'• -'"> arablsm. 

2lratf , / »'■ (-«, »»'■ -f »"ack, 
2lrracE,i rack. 

2lro9Dnien ic, f. ^itrnocHini. 
2lräoinctcr, >-• <-«, r'- -) [^i)i)f] 

areometer. 

2lräOjnetrtfd) , <^'IJ- »reometrlcal. 
JUfflOUlf trie , / arcomelry. 
9(V(lV(iimi), " (-* Vl- -Ifll) ex 



21rbett, / iv- -nu i. labor, loii, 

pains; work; task; performance, com- 
position; employment. Sill Bit - fleljcn, to 

one's self to work; fu Jpnilll fill Me - Ic. 
gni , to put band to work; tii bie — ttcl)- 
ilirn, to go about etc.; uon feinet ^ilnb« 
-Itliill, to live by one's manual labor; 
on 00. (in 6tr - fciu, to be at worfe; in - 
I'rfien, r.u rir - ilelleii, jut - (iiiftcUtn, to 
set on woik, 10 set to work; in - (IfljcilD, 
employed; (Siiii'iii - QCljeil , to give any 
one work; (5*l!ieill eillf - illli'li'3eil , to set 
any one a (ask; (6 l\\ ill (&fr) - , it is in 
hand, it is being made; (flllfileiD IC.) i(l lu 
bet-, is making. Is in hand; ill bet <b. i). 
im 2Bcrfo - fem, 1 to be on the anvil; 
gcleljjrtf -en, learned works or perfurman- 
cis; fopfbri'fljciite -, puiile-brain; niül)= 
i.iiiie -, toil; ft ljci'd)(ifiiot (irt) mil litict(i> 
llfrt)Cll Sltbeitcu, be is engaged in litü.ary 
pursuils; itlj.it'flie -, |«llbl)., 51td)it.] re- 
lief, embossed or raised work; l;ert) I'ber 
(jaUJ Ctl)iU'i'lie -, high relief, alto relievo; 
(i,u1) erijabeiie -, low relief, bas-relief, 
basso relievo; Ijnib ctljilliclie -, demi relief, 

mentation, working. 311 bet - fcin Ivom 
füSciil 10, to work, to lerment. b) labor, 
uork. tOil, pains. 3. workmanship. Die 
- (Ill bii'iiii iiirtje 111 bciuimbcnisiuiirbifl, 
the workmanship of this cloth is admirable. 
<!lvL.ciili>ä, f. «rcciiöli)«. 



uinuctial. 


(nociial flowers. 


irious, di 


igent, active. — adv laborious- 


9illUi»fCti<ll6llllU 

2iqiiini)cti(ilfrei«, 
e, equinoctial. 


n, J. ;.(. cqui. 
m. equinoctial 


ly, indus 
aitUei 


rionsly. actively. -Felt,/, la- 
s. Industry, diligence, aclivily. 
c.lllleiff,^, neuler o.«orkins 


«qiiiiiDctinlDuiifif, .... ;.' eq.ii- 
ctial points. 
9iquini)cti(ilfoiinenul)t, /. equi- 


5irbci 
aitlici 


töt'fUtel, ... «ork-bag. 
»biene, y. ne„,e, or wo.king 


clial dial. 

aiqniiioctinlflurm 

aiqiiiiipctinlmii.b. 


m. equinoctial 
in. equinoctial 


-jlriiei 
<!ltbei 


«lllld;, .1 wo.kmen-book. 
Ifclifl, adj. 1. labor-loving. 2. 

1. «ülifeliü. 


Stfluinoctium, 

ifll) equinox ; f. s); „ rf) 

2laHitntneii, •> 


-ft-J ... i-(,l'l. 
flleid)e. 
(-«) IfflfPflr.] 


^rbci 

labor, ab 

5ltbci 

<arl)ti 


t^fö^ig, mlj able 10 «ork or 
ebodied. (exurlion. 
tSfeinb,«.. an enemy to bodily 
t,? ft nil,/ workwom.an. 



grfllvidlOf« -, house of 



[Oljrm-] laboratory. 

ätbe itSfutl), in. {dim. -it!>tl>ü)ei\>, 

work-basket. (laboragc. 

2lrlic its loljn, m wages, hire, pay; 

■älriictliSluS, adj. adv. unemployed, 



31rl'cit«li)figff 



Sltlifitfluflifl, arf;- labor-loving. 

9lr6eit«mnilM, in. workman, laborer, 
la oring man, operative. 91 1 1) r i I «! e u I e, 
))(., workmen, working people, operative». 

91tl)eilf Ctt, in, working place; 
|(FI)fm.] laboratory. 



(«)f(t)e 



tilling to 



e.f. 



of iniiustry. 

Olr li e 1 1^ |1 ti be, /I. work-sliop, 

9Irbeit«ii iiiiiier, 5 woikroum. 'i. - 
leiiieä ölcleljrtcii) , study. 

91ttieiti(lllllbe, /. fixed hour for lu 
boring. -II , work-hours. Itiglit^) fünf -n 
Ijdliell , to work five hours a day. 

91rl)eii«tii(j, in. working-day. 

91tl)eit«tiftt), in. wo,k-iable. 

91t6eit«llMfäl)lo, adj. incapable ol 
working, gr l|l -, he is unable to labor. 



1 1 , adj. 



91tbe 



2lr['CiteIn, »■ "• '» Wurk in a tri- 
lliog manner. 

Mvheiten, ». <•. i. to work, to la. 

bor. Siir'ö »rob - , to labor for subsist, 
euce; id) i)abe ^lä)U Jll -, i have no work 
to do; (111 ®1)1D, ®ll(icr 10 -, to work; 

bnraiif loi -, to work haid. 2. (Sid) uii = 
llrenarn) to labor, ©id) timtS) ben £d)iice 
lliiiblirf^ —f to woik one's way Ihrougb 
lliesnow; -(». lSrt)iff«ll), OKilf.] to work. 
,i. t - (I'l'iii 2C-eiiifi, to work, to ferment, 
- mndjeii, to work; - (iioiii »lute), to boil, 
2lrbcitCn, <• " lo work, to per- 

»ate. ®f (It (leitete 5 (@'lfcli:c.), «ruught; 
(Deutmnlet, bic) »I'li !c. geutlieiift fine, 
are executed by etc. — v. reß. ©id) JU 
iOlie, toM -, to work one's self to death; 
fill) ftauf -, lu fall ill by hard labor. 

2lrX'CiteV, .«• (-f, ;''• -) worker. 



-eil) work-woman. 

U'Htragc, /. ii>uibei] aii 



2lr6tträr, "-y- arbitrary. - adv. 
a bitrarily. 

2lrtufC, /• </.'. -11) water melon 
2ll'CaÖC, (-f<i-),/ <P'. -11) arcade. 

2lrcnnum, (-fn-), «• (-«, p'. -"'D 

arcanum, (pt. arcana); [TOeb.J nostrum. 
2lrt^ä0lO9, in. (-CI1, J.(. -en) one 
versed in archeology. - i e, /. archeology, 
-ifd), adj. arcbeological. 

2(rcl)ai§m(uö), ." <p'- -men) 

2(r^C , /■ <p'. -ID 1- - <!>c» Xe(ln. 
iiieut«, bei bcu Silben), ark; - (bei Otoelii), 
sounding board. 2. Die- (9i0ill)'S) , ark; 
-, |5it'fb(im.) ark. 3. channel . trough. 

21i-d)ifciatonat , ■• (-«, p'- -e) 
2lrd)itiafcniff:^, adj. a.chidiicon- 

al. [deacon. 

2lrd)ii>intonuö, .« ip/.-eioarch- 
2lrc6tmonfcrit, >« <-^. -f". p' - 

em archimandrite. 

2lrtöij>el, ip'- -*/ ."■ (fflfpor.j 
2lr*i*>eIaguS , ) ArchipeUgo. 

airdjitCtt, .n- i-i, -en, P'- -eu) 
archilecl. -cuifd), adj. nrchiteclouic , 
architectural. -Ollit, /. archileclonics, 



aire 



yinn 



2lvcS)itra»,< "■ (-", p'-d l-Jirrtm.) 

^rdfitXab,<> arcl,i.,«»e. 

31r(^io, "- <■-<(: p'- -t) Mci.ives. fi. 

2(r*i»0r, "• i-*. )''-f' ^arcmv- 

iJlrdbiüariuS, >". (p;.-ieii)) ist; 

len.jl. rvOlljUllJof] master of the rolls. 

2lr*0nt, "'• l-E". pi- -'■111 nrchoii, 
BiE "Biii-ec eiiief -eii , Me -tiniMivft, 
«rcl.oush.p. 

2irC,/. r. J?.ui«,-lur. 

2lrC0l, '■• i-«> f- »Ifidjeiirninn. 

2lrcfat'num, <-c.i-j, m. c-cf, p/y 
2lx'cEavalme , /• (pi- -"' ; 

(!8M.l areca. [dinn nut. 

2lrceanug,/- (P'- -ümi »reca, 111 
^trCna,/- IMM 3v\™] arena. 

aircnbalit, >«• i-f' / 

'Jlrcn&nlftein, "■ ^-", pi. -tt) 

l^Hfniec.llo.] a.eudalile. 

aiVeOJjOg, >n. (-a, pi. -O areop.v 
glLs. Sum - <\c\)Üüa, aieopagitic; em »OTit: 
•IIicl' cbn 9iid)rcr beö ~6, nreopagiie. 

Sll'Cfffl» -'• r- üldeSbeete, Qbtt. 
CI [De. 

^I'g, (iivflir, lirgilE,! adj. bad. evil, 



ScDoiifen IjnUcu, ttwai- -t 
©ndje tieufen, to have su 
; (S-Minn uerfahnii, lo be i 



urse. Dnc 



ked; cS i|l fcill 



9irger, comp, i: *uru- 

2tl-flei', "•• <-*) anger, v 

sir 9 cr lid), "'/ "• f">" 



.subtlety, cunning, cuiiniilgiiess, slirewd- 

isli, shrewd, b) adv. ciinniiigly, crattily etc, 
SirglOS, ad,, and ado. harmless, 

""'^rCjioftgeeit' J^- '"'rmlessness , 
StrgumCnt, ". l-es, pi- -» argu- 

airgUÖ, >«• 1- [iHiDtlj.] Argus. 2. 1 
Argus, i. Uinllira-J a) argus-slicll. b; 
13,1)11).] ocellale dragonet. 

'^Irijuenn^ei), ».pi. the eyes of Argus. 

21rg>viUe, m. (-nt, ju-win. ^uvj. 

mischievously, a rj lU U 1 1 jj f il I , J. mis. 

2lrg>V0bn, <" i-"' suspicion; ap. 

- Ijcijen, to suspect; - |'a)i)|)|en nue !C., lo 

2lv9>uobncii,j v. .. auu ». .,. to 

aiVaa'OljIU'Il,) suspect. 

Sirgiuotinifl , ( ■•';■ suspicious 
2trflivpJjniicl>,> "iispecitui. - adi>. 

suspiciously. 

atvglUPljuigfett,/ su'inciousucss. 
21Vt31UObnl£>6, adj. suspeclless. 

JUviaucr, »•. i-t, ;-/. -Mii>M)iM. 

IJt|(t).| Allan. 

2lvianiSm(Uö), "■■ Anamsm. 

2tril', /• IP'. -11^ '""Cj atf- KUUie, 
lciü)te -, arietta. 

5UriCttC,y. IP'.-I" ""clta, luHeair. 

%xiitav<ii, '". k-c", -6, P'- -e; an 

älviftCtrat, "»- t-e»',p(. -en; an, 
tocral. -le, ^ ij''- — eii) aristocracy. 

tocraiically. 2)n6 -ifdje, Her '2liiilofr,i 



angrily. 2. vex 

Siivgcrn, 



2Jrift0tcle6, '"• [G-iaenn., Aristo.le. 
Die £el)te uii. itJljili.i|i'Hjie Des -, Aristule- 

; -uocric, y^"",-. A.,-u,o,.nc. Uvu-ill'i'nx, mA-i.pl.-> 
lo be itnlaied at etc. j ^^,,_,|,,^,jg|, ^^_^ ^ ^f _^ antr.weticiaii. 
• i'kBonie. 3. giving sJlvitljxnCtit, J- a.i.hnietic. -rr, m. 

l,f-e e'l'i T'^f!li j ^Iritbmetifct) , adj. arithmeticiao. 

less. 3. scandalous. iUvti' ,/■ f.'i^tO,). 

'21 Vti Vfdj C, J. <P'. -n) f. >21 1- U 6 b e c t e. 
. to fret, to vex. (S 1 1 »ilVfttf.* , a.lj arctic, noillicrn. 

■•,.:•:■:.:;,::"::! l;:?!:;-.;-;:."!"'«" 



andaliie. — r. re/J. ®i(t) -, lo tret, lo 
vexed, to taiie oflence; ful) i)einU(d) -, 
fret inwardly; fid) - liber !C. , lo be 

leaded at etc.; ec mirD (id) iii(l)t nine. -, 

irt) fnini'ii- (jeiirotri, it has |.ui me out 

SirGcvnig, >■■ t-iia , pi. -m \. 

lence. anger. - gcllell, lo raise a scan- 
il; (&<iienu - gibeii, to scandalize, to 
ve offence; cm - neljUieil nil IC. , to be 
andalUed at etc. 3. vexation . nueasi- 

airgflefiimt, adj. evil-mlnded. 
3lrgl)eit,J. wickedness, malice. 

Jlvflbcrjig, adj. ,: sjceDnft- 

-IlVdlift, f. crall. craftiness, -knavery. 



JUrlcsbeevc, <j. (.pl-m i^dlj 

2lrlC6tin,-l)C,) service t-berry). 

Sperber Dil mil. 

31riU, (ariucr, ai-iurie,) adj. 1. pu 
indigent, necessitous, needy, i)er -e 
poor peisoii or inau; em Ibba tell 'Jlllllt' 
ttt ®enieiii6c: leOeiiiJirj -ec, a pauper; 
-cu , the poor; alius-meu, aims-peop 
paupeis; tue iiet|d)niiiicii -tn, Jp,ul^- 
uoor people that are ashamed lo beg ; 



-111 n d) c n , iiupoverishinc 
ing; (S-iiiev, tier !Uii6err - 
ishcr; -e Sfiirer, lKi)d)f.i 
- (t). ®|)rnd)eii lo, poor. 






[OÄlll.l poor, b) pool , uiiliappy. (i\n 
.äüllDer, a criminal sentenced to dea 
poor fellow, wretch. — aiiy. poorly. 
91nucm illl M Sfiipi) f, /. panada, 

>Ur mciin n |i >)l i, j. iustituiiou tor 

-ilrmenbbfl., '[ I','; "Jj;"'' 
>Uriu.ni.br|Ul,er,) ^ 

>ür iiieutiticOre, /. poors-box. alms 1 



place 


wh 


ere the n 


oiiey 


is depos 


led. 


a 


in 


iieniXei 


,1 '" 


IMiois b 


ox, alms 


n 


lU 


»Hod, 


)cl 


est. 




a 


III 


npfleo 


, / 


care ot 


the poor 


die o 


eis 


eers of tlie po 


or; almo 


ary. 


il 


III 


llpflCfl 


t, in 


. ali.ioiie 


. overseer 


of the 


poor. 




[ 


aw-suits) 


•Jl 


ni 


nred)t, 


n. 


poors pr 


vilege ua 


'11 


ni 


c n r £0 1 


I ' , 


/. chai 


ty-scl,ool 


charg 


e-h 


juse. 




(i- 


ly-school 


111 


Ul 


iHdjüle 


I-, II 


. scholar 


of a clia- 


ÜI 


III 


ufpiin 


, m. 


hospital. 




51 


111 


iifteiiei 


,1 r 








III 




t 


poor-rate 


'■ 


31 


III 


11 1' our 




almoner. 




■Jl 


III 


iibcrpf 


efli 


iiueoiMl 


<1 1 I , 7. 1 


Ucm 


eiinniloli. 








^tiii 


iibi'O'. 


m. 


1. 1. »Jit 


II e II 11 11 f 


fetic 




. beadle 


couslable; | 


üellel 


bOQI 










lie 1) er 


<u 


Ill 


iibbrile 


Ijer, 


m.l. -Jlr 




-ill 


111 


U.UCflM 


n. s 


tale, sys 


em Ol llie 


poor 












21 


ni 


, m. t-es, p( 


-£) idim 


aniiiDen 


iinul 


III 


ti.) 1. [Siiiiii 


] arm. ?il t ill d) e n 



hand, lore-leg; loilQe -e Ijntieiltl , having 
long anus, long -armed; nut fretljibeii'e 
über riiiaiilier gefd)ln(|eiieii -eii, cross-arm- 
ed, l. ± a, «iceres-, arm of the sea; em 
flemer 'JKeec-, armlet of the sea; - icine» 
gliifTes ic), branch; - (eine« Oeiid)terD iw, 
branch; >:!liircr-e, the arms of an anchor; 
- (eiMcf 6cl)n|lui)le«), arm; - (nil ®(6iibj 
tnrmi), handle ; bie -e (niii IGiiijeiu, shaiis ; 
bie -c (nil einer SEiinei, the beam; -, 

slienglh). Ser luellll(J)e -, Ihe secular arm, 
ÖJori, Dem - luiir l)ier, o God, thy arm 

take retuge, shelter with any one; (^'llieill 
iiiiieu bie — e grellen, to help, to aid oj- 
assist any one; (jro^e .^errrii Ij.il'cn hiii.je 
-e, gl eat men h.ve reaching hands. 

01 r inn bee, y. brachial vein, 

21r in banc, n. armlei, bracelet. 

aniibeiii, ti. f. aid)fclbei!i. 

airiiibeuge,^ 

51rnit..eflc,J '"''■'"'■ 



so 



5lnn 



1 b 1 11 1 (1 6 E t , /. 
ibturt), "1. fra 
1 er 11 (I,/, cros 



-ftft 11 ^e, in. c; 
■2. (Ültlllbvufll 



>Jlt 


iliföniiin, 


ndj. ado. 1. 


laving Ih 


form 


of ail arm. ' 


. |«ot.l bracliiale, de 


cussa 


ed, cross.;.i 


led. 


[plexn» 


-lit 


uioeflortlt, 


«. [51ii(it. 


brachia 


51 


iinjoifle,/. 


viol. 




51 1 


mgcicDiiid 


Be, ... liracel 


ts. 


511 


111 I) n 11 b frf) 1 




e for III 


liand 


ai.d arm. 






51 


mljntnifd, 


»1. armlet. 




31 1 


lllljebEt, »1. 


[5lll(lt.l leva 


or brachii 


51 


iiiljjtfcr. m. [5lii.it.) a 


con. ole 


crane 


n. 






51 


mi)H)U,J.a 


rm-pil;f.5lrt, 


■ell)6l)le 


51 


iiiIjDlJ, n. p 


ommel 




51 


Ulf if fell, n 


f. 5Iniipbl 


ler. 


51 


iiifctb, m. 


a handled ba 


sket. 


51 


Ml (*)lSllOP 


/. length 


f ihe arm 


cubit 






lOW-chair 


51 


iiilel)Mc, J 


elbow-piece. 


aim of a 


51 


111 1 e 11 rf) t c r 


m. chandcl 


er. a pai 


of br 


aiiclies, girandole, brand 


ed candle 


Mick 








51 


ml ort), ... 


. l5ll.,U.] arm-pit. 2. - 


1.1 11 \ 


Irl^cnl), aril 


hole. 




51 


ill loa, ml}. 


udv. hiiviiig 


arms 


5! 


iiniiiUfel, 


„.. 1 1511UU 


) brachia 


51 


niiiiiiiiiSUi 


1, .1.^ muscle 




51 


in 11 e r e , ui 


. brachial ne 


ve. 


9i 


iiipblflfr. 


« a cushion 


>o suppoi 



5ll•lllpllUin^l•l■,.^. brachial arlery. 

9Iriiirijl)ve,/. f. 51iMiibüiii. 

51r 111 foil le, /. hand-post, linger-post. 

51vlllfrf)iciic, /. I. vanlbrass, armlet, 
i. 151nilt.] Ihe grealcr focil; the lesser fo- 
cil; [Gljir.J splint, f. ®rf)iene. 3, [Dre. 
iicr] support for ihe arm. 

31tlllf(l)ilb, m. a small shield worn to 
piotcci the left arm 

51viiifri)hig(ibi;t,/. \. 51i'iiipiilf o b 

51rlllf(I)Uifc,/. sleeve-knot. 

5liiiifrt)liiii]f,./. f. 51niibiiibE. 

51vnird)li-6, ... bracelet-lock. 

ainilfrt)niU(f, .... ornament, for 

air 111 frf) u a He,/, braceletbuckle. 
5(ri»«bi(t, ailj.adu. as bignsonesa 
51rlllfeffcl, I... arm. chair, elbow. chi 
5lrnifpniinr,/. I. bracelet. 1. f. 51 1 



ainiifpiiibel,/. 
51 r mil lief, ... 1 
1... 2. f. Sir 111 frf) i 
5Irillftlll,l, m. f 
5ItlllPDll, .... nr 


[5Ill(lt.] radius. 

- «Ill J9HiibKl)iil)t 
ciieNr. 1. 

5lrmfe|fel. 
iiful. 


5lrinjictn 
}l rill i 1 r r b 


ii, ... 
, /. 


j f.^5.r 


iiifd)iiiii(t. 


ainiirtia 


/• a 







2(rr 

2lriiia&ia, I»- <-««, pi- -o 
2(vma&iUtfttcr,ii3oi)i.]arm.-idiiio. 

2lrmatnr, /■ (pl--t«) armature. 
2lrmCf , / IP'- -11) army. -I i e f e c .1 ii t, 

Sännel, »■• (-*. p'- -> '• - "™ ^f"- 



, Ijeftei 



upon 



6-110(16 (1116 belli - frfjlitlflll , to do a Ihiiii 
T hand, to write or speak exiempore. 
5iriuelaiiffrf|lan, »'• facing "f g" 

^ nil c 1 (1 .1 11 b, ... - ((111 ipciiibcii), sleeve 

■ariiielbcfnti, l«. sleeve-band. 
■Jirmclljenit, il. shirt with sleeves. 
5lri!icll)l)l),n. [®(l)licib.) «leeve-board 



51 r 111 f 110(1), ... I". 51 mi I oil) Nr. 1. 
5IrinellM,lllICI, .... cloak wilh sleeves. 
5lriiieliiiii|ler, ». pattern of a sleeve. 
5Irillelf(i)llitt, m. cut of a sleeve. 

holes. 

armelioeile,/. waisicoaiwiih sleeves. 

SlrmentCn, «• <-«) KSfOür.) Arme- 
nia. 51niicilicr, m. i-i, pl.—t Armenian. 
51riiieiiirrf), ..rf;. A.menian; ntiiicui; 
fdjEr -Belli«, |-TOilU-r.ll.l.] Armenian bole, 

Sinnig, '"';■ armed, h.avlng arras. 

Slrmitlarfrtiäve, / (p'- -"> ■" 

miliary sphere. [to equip, 

2Innircn , "■ «• ■" «r'"- (Srfiüf« -• 
2lrmtrung, /• ^i ig; equipping, 

9(i'in(ic^, <"'./■ '• po»"-. "«■ly- * 

paltry, sorry; miserable, mean. — iirfu 
pcrorly; miserably, meanly, -feit, /. 1 
ooorne'.s. 2 naliriness ; iniserableness 



StriitUiiiy 



Slrmfettg, «((/. l. poor, beg-arly 
needy. Grin -ES I'EbEU flil)rEll, 10 live poorly. 



1. miserable, wretched. 3. 


miserable, pal 


try. pitiful, mean, sorry. 


_ adv. poorly 


beggarly; miserably. -felt 


/.I. poorness 


miserableness, wretcliedne 


s, 2. paltriness 



3. ipl. -Ell) a paltry thing 

Slrmutft, J. I- pool CSS, pove.ly 
igence, indigen y; (illgErflE -, 



2. pool 



2. i 



(Slciilef, öiEillEi;-, waiiti 

people, llie poor. 

5lrillut!)6frf)Eill , I... I certificate 
5Inuutl)6jEiifliiiM, n.\ poverty. 



2lroma, 



-Ilfd), adj. 

ifdjeMiii 



«Mrolöbfere,/- i. 5irie6bEEre. 

2lrOn, "' <-<) 16-iatllll-) Aaron. 
2lrOn, m (-6) [«lit.] aron, arum. 

2lroucbufaPp»t>affer , .-• (-« 

rqi.cb.iva.le. 

airraff, f. wr.iif. 
airragonieii, "- <-6) l®"'ot-i Ar 

igon 51rr.iflOiilfrf),...(;.,;yiT.iO('ilief 



5(i:f 



2lvragonit , ■«• <-«) ('Mimraia.] 

ir.gonile. (rangeinenl. 

SIrrangcmcnt, .>• i-i, pi. -i> ar- 
Slrrangiren, "■"■ «> arrange, gid) 

ettle wilh elc. 

MVVeft, •»■ i-li.pl. -«arrest; ar- 
estinent, attachment, seizure, embargo; 
rison. (S-iiicii - lEgEii, (iiic-bniifleu, to put 
nder arrest; mit - OelEgcti, to allach , to 
eiie; .-«rr - (iiif bn« e-igEiitl)iiiii Eine« 5rEiti= 
Ell, EiiiE« ®ri)iilMier«, b.ii ill bEii i>(iilbeii 



MVVtt'tVea, "■ « l» unest, to selw 

2lrrteregarfcc, f- u>'- -id HHiiit.j 

ar guard. 

MVVObe,/- 'Pl- -11) -inoba. 

atrrOgant, ^IJ. arrogam. - .,<(r. 
rogantly. 

2lrrOganj,/- arrogance. 

2lrftt), '". '-CS, p(. 5ilrirt)c; e arse, 

nd part, bum, fundameni. 
alrirf)I>n(fE,/. e buttock. 
5Irfrf)flie, m. MJJ.Ulir.J.J arse-foot, 

51i:fd)fl'ieiEill, ...J coot, didapper. dab- 



51rf(l)ft,iOEr, I 
21rf,1)ioifrt), > 
3Icfd)lebEr, ... I 



bun 



brusher. [Hogging. 

51rfri)prellcr , m, ;./. 8 whipping, 
Jlrfc^ine,/ <P'-11) 13iuei.J arshine. 

3irfc^Ungä, <•<(«• o f. sjiicfiiiio* 

DJiitfiu.itts. 

aiVfCnal, ". (-15. pi. -E) arsenal. 

«arfCnie, .«. (-s> 1. [ßl)Eiii.J arsenic. 
'TOit - UErniifd)eii ob. uctliiiibeu , lo arseni- 
cate; ri)tl)Er-, realgar, red sniphuret of 
arsenic; flebicgEiier -, native orpiment. 2. 
- (fi'ic gKnilfe !C.) , rats bane. Biird) - 

arfEllifblci, ... arseniate of lead. 
5ItfciiitbliimEii,/. pl.( arsenic- 
51rfEiiiflJliitE, /. S '■'"'""• 

51rieiiifbiiti£r, /. iei)fiii.l butter oi 
arsenic. [is found. 

airfeiiifErj, ... ore ,„ which arsenic 
3UfEi,i(l,(.lti,j,> 
5ltfenit(ilifd),5 ■'• 
airfeiiitfdif, .... [Sljeiii.J 1. oiyd of 



arsenical pyritei 



5lrfciiif(ie6, ( 

51tfEllifffEill,J' 

5IrfL'Uie(o(ialt, m arsenical cobalt. 
ilrfEUiffüiiiü, ">• ( regulus of ar- 
airfeiiifiiiEtnll, ... ) seuic. 
airfeiiiflEter,/. [Gl)iiu.] liver of ar 



if 01, ... [eijcm.] oil of an 
ifffil), ... -, nrfeniffn 



m 



ulpl.al, 



lllfl- 



-Krfcnitoltfd) , "-iJ- 

airfiS , /■ l>»J"f) arsis. 

2trt, /• (K -eiO 1. - U'. iljitren :c.), 
ecies. soit, kiud. g-iiijio ill femur -, 
ique; - KV. $ftTDcn K.), bieed. lace; 
: - i.lei 33i>teii* !c.) , naiuie ; I'Oii iintc 
(l>. Weii|d)UO, good-uatuied; I'OII fl[>It: 
>cr -, of divine origin; o(!c — eii uoii :c., 

sort« ur kinds, all manner of etc.; aui 
: - idjlnfleil , to degenerate; ill 6et - 



kind, way, manner. .St.ld) fiill 
way; mif tiefe -, iu ihl« mann 
rate ; oiif aWt - ii- SBeife, .11 
lI1Ü(llitl}e — , in every possible 
flemiJTe - (= aeroiffcriiingeii), in 



opriety, : 



able 



! flesli. 2. 






eding. di 1)1 (eine ■ 



seemly, i. J custom, gr l)(lt c6 III öer -, 
that's his common way or practice. 5. 
[SniitiiBitllird).) plowing; (ehuiii 2l(fn-) eii 
jiueite - geben, to plow again, f. üßcii: 
IJeii, 3iül)ren, 3»eibi-„(l,eii. 6. 
[®riimni.] — t.bei Pelt 3eittüörieriiJ , mood. 



'artacfiT 


. ,n( ICani, 


oirthfd).! ar..ble 


■ilctfelP, 


„^ ) field 


ground; cultriat 


field. 






•Mribeat 


Iff, i;i. tl 


e idea of hiud 


ecific iliara 


ctcr. 




■!lrt()nfi. 


adj.i.^tl 


l>nr. 


•Uriiniil) 


«.arable la 


Id; |-.-!ln,icfrr. 


•Utilitt), 


udj. f. Sin 


a- 


-ilrilcljn 


m. mone 


paid lor lilling. 


Wivtlav 


, adi. arab 


e, - lll(l£l)ill , 10 



2lrten , »■ »■ m. w. iinten) 
inilll -, to take after etc., to re 



uble 



9?fl 






■■ iscceneii) - (vMi 
dily. 23301)1 oi. qut 



■15(1 (111)111; 

form; to qualily. to 

lilri) IC. - , to take after etc. 

2lrteriC, /■ iW- -id l^lnnt.J a,tety. 
iJJrtig, ■"(/• '■ Un wmp.) being of 
the nature of etc. ; f. ©1.16-, gti'lll- ;c. 
2. neat, pretty, comely; clever; pleasing, 
agreeable. 3. polite, civil, geiileel. 4. | 
odd, qtleer. singular. — ado. 1. nicely, 
prettily, neally; cleverly; pleasingly, 
agreeably. 2. poliiely, genteelly, -felt, 
/. tp/. -eil) 1. pretliness. uealness, tonie- 
lintss. 2. plea^ingness. agreeableness. i. 
genteelness, gentility, poliieness. 4. act 
of civility, -en, civilities; ler f.iote iljiien) 
t'lele-eu, many sweet things. 

2JrtifeI, "»• (-«, p'- -> i. leitnmm.] 

aititle. 2. l^iniiDelJ aj liCniirciio -, ar- 
ticle, au article of oiercliandise. b) — 
teiiicr -Kcdjiuino) r article, charge. Hem. 
post, head. 3. (©Inubeil«.) -, article, a 
Ucutjc/i-Eiij;. Worlerbucl:. tl. 



älritteK«>l)tief, »1. l.f.eiUbetiricf, 
3 11 11 Uli 1)6 be I cf. 2. -e tber £ce(iit)ter), 
.statutes lor the navy. 

>21rtieeln>etfe, ado. at tide by arlicle. 
eine - ilufinljluiia t'Uii iluitf,i(t)en, eiiu- 
meialioii ul things article by article. 

^VtxtnlatWn , J aniculauon. 

Jlrtttulircn, «• «. 'o anicui.iie. 

SlrtiUcrtC, .»• I. armleiy. ■-'.(= iSJe. 
lrf)lll)fllllll) gunnery. 

>!lrtlllBriefDri)i, n. anillery. 

•ilrttllititparf , «i. paik oi .uiille 
irlillery-park. 

2lrtiUevift, ">■ c-.n, pi. -eiu 

JMrtif^Ode, /. ^yl--») ISei.l ai 

Lhoke. äp.llllfdje -, cardoon. 

■iUttfdjucfcnfiife, ^ m. boitoin 
•JUtlfttlDtf eubfbeli.V an articliol 
Olritf(t)Difen(l 111,1, ) 3ie gafeni 

iiu 31rtii(t)brteiitiife, florets. 

2(rtUng,/- loimatlon; modificatio 



2Jr»en, y 



-ill'il) »1 



2trjCnei, J- IW- -W l. medicine, 

IjerjiliifteMbe -, cutilial; - imbtc icii S^u. 
lien, pectoial, bcchic; - luioct iUiiiii|)fe, 
antispasmodic;- luljiueu, -niiiicl Dcbvau^ 
djtll, to take physic; euieill -ten; flCOtll, 
to physic; ju I'iel - fut cine Bvniifljcii mi). 
men, to tamper with a disease. 2. 1 - 
luibei- IC. , remedy tor etc. 

'Strien e 1 beret ter, m. apothecary. 

•ilrieueibeteiiuna, J. pharmacy. 
- ef 11 11 11,/. pharmaceutics, pharmacology. 

•Jlr jene ibiiil), n. pharmacopoeia, dis. 

pensatoiy. [thecary's shop. 

'iir^ ell e 1 bt'l (t) fe, ,/^ a box in an apo- 



»arjenei iuiffeiifrt)(ifl, ) medical 
lience or ait, physic, therapeutics. ®l^)U 
II lUr -, medicil schools. 

•arjeneiflelelifte, m. pliysician. 

»ii t j e n e 1 e t U if) , .«. a medicinal smell 



älrjciieiEiirt)elil)rii, n. 1 
•iUrjeneifnocI,/ bolus 
•Urjeueifimce, j. 1. ph, 

«UrjClieifllllil,/. pliarma 
ätriiueifinnlia, ■"'>. 



«rieiicilobcn, <«. f. 01 1 jciuil)Hn b. 

Ullfl. 

'ilrjeueilelire,/. pharmacolog.». 
airjclleilld),arf>.ado. medicinal, ined- 
cal; olficinal. 

redicanient, remedy, ein fliljleube« -, re- 
rigerant; llörfeilbe -, tonics. 

•.'lrjeneiiiiittellel,i-e,/. f. -ülrjeiiet. 
el)te. [frnnt. 

älrjeneivfl.iMje. /■ f. aitjenei, 

alt jen eifern nf,/. medlcine-chesi. 

■;irjeneil,ut,y.f.avi>tl)efetl,i!:c. 

älrseneitniiit, m. potion, physic, 

-31rieiicii>firfrt)retbiiii„, .(. .ei.pe, 
ledical prescription. 
41 1 J e " f i " e IT 1I ii 11 b i a ,^ adj. (5-|ii -er, 
a r j e n e j ( u n b 1 a , ^ a medical man. 
•arieneiiennve,/. drug. 

ai r J e 11 e i w i f f e 11 f i1) .1 f 1 1 1 d) , a<<>. med. 



airjeneicn, ■>. «• ^"d ... <>. f. jit. 

2lViit, '"■ l-e«, pi. %nlt> physician, 
doctor, aiiisübeiiber, pt'oflijiteiiber -, prac- 

Stritltct), "lU- medical, -c jpiilfe, 
cally. 

airiung,/- f. «pen una. 

airjiinasfoileii, .. pi. the expen.se-. 



my-''" 

aifont, m 

Sit |llllfell^e -, 



<-«) benjamin (a gum), 
asa-fetida; ber iUL>l)lne< 



rt)eii 



iae|(l)ii 



*Utjeueiain)id)t, tl. f. •Upuiheter: 
>arjeneiai.l6, n. phial. 
■UtjeliCiai'It, m. Esiulapius. 
■Jlrjeneiaottiuii.j; Hygeia. 
•2lrjciieil;.uitel, »1. de.ii.iig m drugs; 

,ng-li.,de. 
-Jlfjeiltll),lllbltc, III. dinggisl, pliar. 
macopolist. Isliop. 

r jcneil)(tnblHii a, J. apothecary's 

r-euelnyi*/""! '■'^'"^'"^-'""■- 
rjell e if r»t u t, 11. medicinal herb, 
atjeneifcäuler, ollicinal simples. 

tjeneitciitia, ".'; f. -ürieiiei. 



2lSbeft, '"• (-£«. P'. -'■; asbestus, 
sbestos. Der l)i)ljiiriiae - , lignilorm as- 

.MfbilTilcIia, "<(;■ asbestine. 

atöcariie, t-fn-;/. ^pt- -»> [3wi-J 

scans, -n,pl.. ascandes. 

SIScenÖcnten , ^- p'- ascendants. 

2lSCet, "". t-eii, pi. -eii) ascetic. 
.It, y. ascetics, -ifer, m. ^-«, pt. -) 
scetic. -Ifd), adj. ascetic. 
2lfcb, '«. >.-ti, p'. ■2ifd)e) 1. 1= im. 
Spuiem pot, basin, bowl. 2. lOiDI^.] I- 
•UfiDer. 

:ii:r:;n,i-^^^-- 

aififtblei,«. f. 2Ü1011111II). 
-afiDfAtbe, ^.,„,.,„,„,, 
aiAenfarbe.r 



yifc 



m 



m 



'Ufa) (f Ml f .1 t b 1 ,J 7 n.lj. .isliv, ash-color- 


2tfd)crn, .-• «. i- '§011 .t.) -, to 


91ffcEut(iiijpC(;mie, /. premium of 


91|d)f.,rlicil, ^ed, cinereons, ci- 


burn or reduce lo ashes. 2. (fnti). .fiird)ej 




nerilions. 


lo sprinkle with ashes. 3, to boil wiili (or 


«liectirnniprojEg, .... .action on 


a Id) (It (111, itdj. ashy, ash- colored. Die 


in) ashes. 4. f. 91 b (i fd) EC II. 


policy. 


-e Snrbe, tsa6 -(f), asli-color. 


Stfcftcrofcn, .«. (-«, pi. -c-fEiu ash- 


2Jftecurat, -«. (-eh, ),(. -eh, the 


^:r::::.e,(^— 


furuace. 


insured, assured, -or, m. i-i , pi. -ell) 


Stfc^frtlK^ , n. f. 9lid)eiiiud). 




9lfd)l)lll)n, ... waler-rail. brooli. ousel. 


2lfd)tdjtw ,; , ,„ ,^, 


2(ffecuriren, <>■ •'■ (» insure, to 


91| d) 1)11 l)n lei n,n. peep. 


2ifd,tg, ; '"'^- 1- -""*■ 


2Jffcl,/. 'Pl- -11) OdoI.J wood-louse. 


91fd)id)t, adj. ashy, like aslies. 


2lfC, ■". (-11, pi. -11) [^Ml)tl).] demigod. 


uiilleped. sow. 


91fd)ia, ixlj. ashy, fnll of .ishcs. 


21fiar(^, .... (-en, p(. -tii) asiarch. 


2Jgen,(' f- "• (u. w. IjdbEM) and v.reft. 


91fd)fnd)en, .n. 1. pol-cake. 2. -, 


iHtwiaV, "■• (-« '■ Esculapius. 2. 


SJtßCll A aid) -, (9Bni^nlrpc.] to feed. 


91 f d) e 11 ( u d) e II , f. 91 id) e ii b t o t. 


\ physician. 


— ". ••■ [gilAetEi K.l lo bait. 


91 fd)lnnd),^ 1.1.1. eschalot. '2. (gd)iiiit. 


Slfiat, ^...'-(e)ii,p(.-(E)iii(/.-inii) 


21ffeffDr, -...(-^,p(.-En) assessor. 


9il|-d)l.Uld),i l.llld)! scaliion, leek- 


2lliate,i Asia.ic. [Asiatic. 


aifficntift,.«. (-Eu.p/. -EM) lS?mu 


91 f d) I p d) , f 


2lfiCr, ".. (-«, P'. -) (/. -inii; 


bEll assientist. 


91fd)enUd),^ " "'■'■"" 


2tfien, ... <-«) Asia. 


2lfnentü , .... [5p.lll6ElJ assiento. 


9iri1)iiieife, t 

91fd)enniei.,.,V •='■''' '" ""■ 
91f,t0fen, t m. [<J)In«l).J furnace in 
91ld)eni)feil,S "hich the ashes are 


3(fOV, "'■ >-'- Esop. -Ifd), ..((/. 
R^opi„„. [jet, Jamaica ebouy. 


91ffientO(jeiellfd)(ift, /. assiento- 

compauy. (Jin 'UfJiQiifO jer _, assientist. 

91 M"l E 11 1 fill i f f e , ... pi. assientn-ship». 

2lfftqnailt, .«. <-eii, p(. -Ell, [.<5nii= 


91fd)(en)i»iitj,^/ [«öt't.J white dit. 
91,d,iuiltl, itany. 
2tffl)C, / 1. ••>»''" (p(.); tei)cin.! 
ashe.,. .jpi'lj-, wood-ashesi Me oll'll)eil!lf, 


2Ifvalat()oti, ". (-ES, P'. -i)bi= 
2lf»nraiiin, ". leijEm.i asparagiu. 
3i)>e,i.'9i,PE. 

2lfpe,/-(p(.-iiilȟt.] -, -nbnum, 


»Ell constituent, drawer. 

2lffi(jiiat, 1. ... i-i, pi. -Ell) 

(Jtnnft.) assignat(e). 2. m. (-m. pi. -en, 
(^niibel) drawee, -nt, ,n. (-«, pi. -e) 
|$?,llltlelj buyer of the assignment, -ion. 


flliniiiienüe -, embers (p(.); in - liefltii to 


m. asp. aspen (-tree). -UlJU Ij, n. aspen 


/. [^(II1!<e1J assignment, order. 


lie in ashes; in - Itflfn, ill einen -nl)nii = 
fen uerraiinDeln , to burn to aslies. to lay 


wood; f. ©fpE. 

2lf*ect, (-fo, m. 1. I'Mllton.J 


2lffigntren , '. «• [^hiiöei] to as- 


ill ashes; Jll - t'etbteniltll, to burn or re- 
duce lo a,l,es. -l. i - (u. TOennDcii), 


aspect; pi. -ni, aspecis. 2. t aspect, -fll, 

2lf>jcnmottcw /■ "<'■ -"> "^p- 


2lfrtfCn, '. pt. l'J(ed)t«fpr.J assi.es. 
Die - l)nltEii, nbl)(iltEii , to hold tlie court 
of assise. 


91 Id) e lib (in, .1. leijiiii.J ash-bath. 


2i»>cnmDtte,> """'■• 


91ffifenflerid)l, .!./ 


91id)enbcl,nltft, m.\ 

91fd)ellf(lll, .n. [.ash-hole. 

9lfd)enflt.ibe,/. ) 


2(f)>cr, .". (-S, p(. -) 1. [iiitt. 


91f|"ifful)l)f, m. \ ''°"''' ° «"""• 


•ffililljiu.) asper. 2. [(äiticd). Sltninm.J asper. 
91|"petbecce, /. rough gooseberry; f. 


2lfftftent, .«.<-EI.,p(. -Ell) assist- 
ant sides-man, under-clerk. 


«IfdienliUfer,^ „.. [^JKinmiL] lurma- 
9ird)enj,el,ct,^lin, tourmalin. 


5t(id)ElbErte. 

2lÖVl)0lt, ... <-Sl asphalt, asphal- 


2lffOCiatiOn, / ipl -en) associa- 
tion; |55aili>El) association, partnership. 


91 fdieilbrOEi, 11. ^ cake baked under 
■ 91ldieilflld)eil, i.i S hot ashes. 


.u,M. Jew', pitch. 

2lSt>l)0ÖiU, .... 1. 9iffi)0iii. 


2lffOci*, .... (-«, pl. -i) [5?,inDrl] 


2lfd)eilbtL'Pel, m. 1. ciuder-woniau, 


2lf^ptvant, .... (-(11, pi. -Ell' 8spi- 


2H»0CiirCn, «. «. .0 .associate. - 


2. Cinderella. 


2Jft)ivntiOn,/.|«tnmni.] aspiration. 


c. rtfi. @id) -, (SpnnbElj 10 enter into 


91fd)eMente,^ ^ ^1^^ scaup 


2Jg W "• (-IK«. C'- -IK' '■ lapiEl] ace. 


..ssociate ones self with a friend. 


91fd)eiiie, ) ' 
91fd)enf(ie, ... «sh.pan. 


319,52. l<aol£iflea,id)tJ grain. 
2l«,"-|. 9la«. 


2lffonani5,/. (?'. -m otijEt., >iji,cf.] 


3n^el *n "ai'f A /.! 7« " f" " ^eZ,°beM'!'7ö 


2lffecurant, (-fn-., ».. (-en,?;. 


21f|Drtiment, ... <-;, pi. -e. upan. 


reduce 10 a heap of ashes. 
9lfd)enl,etb,m. ash-hole. 
91 f d). 'Ilf tour, ... (SoI.J cini^raria. 
91fd)enftll(J, m. (funeral) urn. 
91|d)cnlnu()e,/. f. Stiiifle. 
91ld)elili>d), 11. ash-hole. 
91|d)eniMI(inK,/. («I't.J 1. cineraria. 


2lffi'curaHj, (-ni-, /. [^nucei] 


2lffortircn , ». <■■ >o assort, to son. 

^^ffUnC^,|/■ 1. feeding. 2. pasture 


91ffecucniijcompnflnie, t-ftun-), /. 
91|iccutnnjci,mpii)it, (-f..m-),^ 


Sitzung, 5 for deer, viands. J. bait- 
ing, r 91 6 en. 

2lff»)rifn, ". [(SEOor.J Assyria. Slf. 
iptlldl, „dj. As.syrian. 

2lfft)riCr, >". <-«, pi- -•> Assyrian. 


9l|'d)enf<ll j , ... vegelable fixed alkali. 


91ffeenrnnit..itenu, ) 


2lfi, m. (-r«, pl 9lilc) (,i,-,.. 91|ld)ei., 


alcali. -t, liiivial sails. 


„. iMBurauce-oHice. 


91iUein, ...) 1. l-i5Di.) branch, arm. G-Jn at». 




■JirrEciitunjCLinii), (-(on-,, ... 1 


6« -, bough; ftfd)E 31rte ti. e. Jeniibet), 


are preserved. 2. (funeral) urn. 

>31 1 d) E II r 11 d), ... buckiiig-clotli, lye-cloth. 


91|-|ecutniilrEd)iiiinfl,/. '■ 
91,fEcutnninL..n,/, ^ 


proud brandies; SSaiiniiine, the branches 
of a tree; «fjolj-, wood-branch; griliDl- 




.(ccouut ot insurance. [court. 


frult.branch. 2. i - , [9lnni.] brancli (of 


mäyt, /• '■ f. GTdiE. 2. I0rt)tl,.j 


91|fcencnnjflrtid)t, n maritime 
>:iflE<:ur(.njfle|d)nfte,.. p/.^ trans. 


veins; -, [QJtnEnlOfl.l branch. 3. - (lui 
^olJE), knot. 


9ilfd)cntc,/ <pi. -n. scaup. 
21fd)er, >.>. <--s )■'■ -) lOd)ii,.j g.ay. 


')iriEcnrnu,i,«nDel,.,.. factions 
.11 the insurauceolHce. 

91|"|-eetirniii()ci"En|d)nct, /. iusn- 


91|lbl(llt, n. (Sol.J branch. leal. 
91(ll,0lJ, n. branch-wood. 
91llfnorrtll, in. knot, knur, knurl. 


9ird)frid>tW "■<'■ --P^nkled as with 


,an«.cOmpaiiy. [laws. 
91,fEtucnnjflrreeE, ... pi. luariliine 


91|lfr(it|t,/. (•. flfcbEifrnDf. 
91|lfreiij, ... löetnib.j a cross ra(g). 


9ifcl>crifl, S ishes. 


91 II EC 11 tail iinnf let, .n. insurance- 


guled. 


2l|'d)CVUlitt>UDA, '.' 1 i Ash- 


l.rok.r, policy. broker. 


91|llod), n. knot-hole. 


^rfrbcrniittU'Ddje,/ S »edues- 


91||rtiir,lnipolitE, (- jc,,/ policy 


91 ll 10 «,«.<>. branchless. 


da> 




91 n moo«, ». [Soor.] Iiypnum. 



2l|l 

91 |1 11 11 C 1 a . »rfj- l»l>t.] «ITingiMg fi Olli 
■ liraiicli. -er SBIuiiuiifliel , braiicli pcd 
nncle. 



«UllD 



full • 



»r bouglis. brautliy. 2. - id. $lMj) , full 

Säften, iv r</l. ®id) -i eiiu$fl„.iie 
ilflt'I nrt), a plaul shouts a braiicli. 

2tftCr,/- 'P' -n) [»ot.J aster, star 
ivori. Cljilicfifdie -, the China asler. 

?/ift(c)ri*, f. Uiirid). 

aiftCriStuS, '«. asterisk, asteiism 

isleroid. 3" f'Cll -en 0el)örlO, asteroidal. 

2ift6Cnie, /■ tÜSeO.J extreine debil 
.tj. •y|ll)fiul"rtl, n*. asthenic. 

SlftftcnOlOgiC,/. [TOii>.J aslheno 



ifet, m. •.-i,pl. -) am 
tt. -tnd), ttäj. asthmatic. 
«iiftftctif,/ ilie philosophy o 

ne arts. S |1 1) r 1 1 1 (t) , adi- pertai 






3Iftt^, y arf/. '■ brailcliy, full o 

täftig, S brandies or bougl.. , - (Ü 
Jur.dn,, ,a,„itied. 2. - (K. if»!.!}), full 
1 knots, knotty, 

SÜftÜng, -" (-«,p/. -e. biancher. 

2lftrac5an , " l-«l Aslracan. 

Slfn-OgnOftC,/ astronomy. 

2lftrDtt, "" (-CM, pt. -rn) (Sii: 
r,i,l asiioii. »st.iie. 

SlfivDlabium , » i-«, p'. -im 

, -e.i, pi. -ni, 
le,/. astrology 



Sill 



3lftrolo9, ". 1 

riologer, astiologian. 
le treiben, to apply 



self I 






logictali. b) .irfy astrologically 

Slftvoinetereoloflic , 
Slftvoinctcr, >" <-6,,.( 
Slftronom, »> (-«, -ei 



2«ftrofcoj>, <-i"f- 



-i, pi. -e 



opy. 



2lftvDt()Cologte,/ ">""> ii'eoiogy 

2lffUnCn, ". p(. (Wci'nr ) Aslurlas. 
2Jfhl, n. <-«, P' -c. asylun,. 

^ftimptote, /■ 'pi. -H) [TOati,.) 

«»y.iiplote. 

2lf«mj>tOtif* , "dj. asynrplotical. 

2lf»ni»cton, •■■ (-^i mtwt.] 



SUacarait, 



(OKi 



2Ite,/ |-Kl)Il).) Ale. 
3lteaantf4, ndj Atellan. -f, 

aitbanor, ">. (-«j [eijcm.J aHiauor 

2ltI)Ci§m(ug),-«. atheism. 

2ItbCtft, '«• (-«, -en, pi. -en 

atheist, -ifd), aj adj. atheist, allieis 

ticiai). b) adu. atheisljcally i ial -If die 

allieisticalness. -ecei ,/. allieisin ; alheis 



ticaliiess. 

2ltJ)Cm, "■. (-6, breath. - ftljl'iifen, 

to breatiie; t>at -1)0 [c», respirati 
brealhiiig; nilger — , out of breath, href 
less, Ceil - nil (id) liiilieii , to hold on 
bieath; ec rd)iuiitjrc, bU il)iii ter - nii-oi'io» 
he talked hiinsetf out of breath; lulcEler ^i 

(breath), to respire; em >p(trD lUieCer ^1 



llfl i" 



romii 



ouie breatli , give me a little breatliing 
ime; [ni fie )U - foillllieil . let them hav. 
inie to breathe; tiet frt)lücre — , aslhiiia. 

91rl)r III b iir, adj. respirable. 

91 1 1) em Id«, adj. breathless. 

9ltl)tmlDfiofeit, /. btealiilessiifss 

91tl)ciiijripf(t)rn, ) 



aitbcmcn, f- 9iti,i 
aitbcn, "• (-«) ic 



Mtitev, '". (- 

ifdl. adj. ethere 

2ttbiot)ien, 

mmct, .« 

ifdi, udj I. alhl 

Sttbmcn, ■>■ a. f 
aitftracn, ' " 

isp; tief-, to fetch a 
suspire. 2. 1 ? to 

2, t &t ntl,mei 3tid)i 
. u. «mm. 

mit, " 



ififd), udj. Aihe- 

ler; [gl)em.) ether, 
erealiie. etheriie. 

-«) l®font.J Ethio- 
l-iun) ElhiopiHii. 
,-«, pi. -) If. 



. i. 



CBiiiietnl.) e 



2ltl0ntif*, «dj. [(Sroar.. Atlamic. 
ins -f-5Jretr, «ajdliiifer , Der -e Djciii, 
le Ailantic ocean , tlie Allantic. 

2ltla§, I". 1. ISeDflr.] Atlas. 2. 
-JTrS. pi. -(Tc 91tlnnteii) - (u. EniiCtnr. 
10, atlas. 3. [9innt.J atlas. 4. [91rd)it.] 
, 9111 nnt, m. (-en, pi. -en) atlas. 5. 
[(5-nfom.J atlas. 6. -fotmnt, n. [Iw.] 
:las, large square folio. 7.-. 91 H n g , 
-ffc«, p/. -(To atlas, satin. 

aitmenrl, /. species of satin. 91. if - 
eben, to make satinlike. - 1 fl , o,i;. ade. 
itin-like; -ifler 3fiiO. satinade. 

aitUgbnn», n. sat.n-ribin (ribbon, 
band). 

91 1 1 (I 6 6 1 II III e , /. satin-flower. 

91tlng(ii)Dcn,i 

91ilneflvnnl,,('"-'»""-»^°'""'- 

91iln6erj, n. Kbrous malachite. 

91tln6olnni, m. the gloss of salin. 

91tlnBl)0IJ, n. «aiin-wood. 

9ltlnöfd)meitetlin(), m. atlas 



dS 



91tl(igniel)er, / 

9111(1 SiDirf er, \ '"' ""'° '^''"" 

aittoffCn, «<';. salin, (made) o 

3ltmoineter, ■" (-«, p/ -> ai 

2ltmoi>bärc, /• <pi -n) aimo 
2ltmj>ft>Ijhrifd), «* atmo»ph( 

ric(al) 

3(tno, "'■ [(SSriMr 1 Etna. 3nin - fle 

l)i)ri(l. Euifaii. 

WLtOm, '1. (-er, pi. -c, aiom 
[Sljem.l atom. Die etl)i-r ulmi ten -en, th 
doctrine of atoms, atomism; bie IheiTl 
bon i.eii -en , [(Iljini.] atomic theory ; ji 
Den -en aeljürifl, atoniic(al) 

91 1 me Uli f) III id), adj. atom-tike. 

9Itüiiienlebte,/ atomism Ser 91ii 
IjilllOet Det -, atomisl. 

aitOmifd) , adj. atomicali. 

SltOmift, "■■(-en, )./. -en. atom 
aitOlUC,/. [-WrD] atony. 

2ltramcntftctn , "> (-c-=, p' -e 

' 'aittcftat, "./ (-es, p/. -canes,. 
3lttfft,m i lion, altest. cer.ili 



2(ttfftivcn, " 



mtid). 



(-i) («LH] dwarf eldei, 
/, the berry of the dwarf- 



91Itid)(i 
•Ider. 

91ttid)flefel j, n.) the inspissated jui 
911tirt)fnft, m. ) ol the fruit of tl 

2!ttici6m(ug), "■ "H'cisn.. 

mtite .J [9ltd)ir.] allic. 
mttiid), "dj. I. Allic. -e 5>eDeii«,n 
-e 91rr jii reDeii, atiicism; - iniid)eii('IDö 



wil; -ef lanlj, Allic salt; |li1) Olli 
-e ^eife niiöDriiifen., to atiiciie. 3. 
[9lr(l)il.] Allic (base, order, story). 
2lttttÜfcC,/. <P' -Hi attitude. 

Slttraction, ^-ft-» /• mvii at- 

2lttrtbut, " (-t,=, p(. -e. aliribn.e 
21^,/. food; f. 91 ^ 
2I^Cl, /■ (p(. -n) H peri-vig. 2. f. 
eider. 3. r. 9iriel. 

21$Cn,(i »■ "■ to give food, to feed, 
St^Cn/ tobaiii|-.9ljen, 9l9tnut.e, 

WL^atlQ,)/ giving food, feeding; 
atftUng/ baiting; lure; f. 91111 no. 
2i^Cn, "• " 1- "> corrode; [finpferrt.l 
etclil [Sllir.! 10 cauterije. - i> , eor- 
leiit, corrosive, causttc(ali ; etching; 
V. corrosively ; öflö -De, corrosiveneis ; 
-be& Vitrei, corrodent, corrosive, 
istic. — H. (-6) corrosion; [Stjir.] cau- 



lity thai 
91511 
9l5je 



84 >2l? 



■ilitf 



äejroingc,/ 

äeot"""» "•■ elcliiiig ground, 
äioftnft,/. oauMicity. 
ä^funil,/. art of .iching. 
iljmillel, n. corrodent, corrosive, 
caustic; I'Viti.] phagedenic. 
Senniiel,/. ticliiug needle. 

iieftein, .n infernal stone, lunar 
caustic, lapis infernali.. 

ai^lloff, m. caustic (substance). 

2i6lD(ll"f", u. caustic waler; l^Tief.] 
phagedenic water. 

Strung,/ lElipffrft.] etching. - .Ulf 
iiuvitr, etching on copper, aquatinta. 

?!"• , .' in/erj. oh! o sad! 

2lU^, eojij, also, too, likewise; 
even. ©Diuoljr..., Hi« -, hoth ... and. 

nUeill, fonfitu -, not only ... but also; 
(Itiet -, bul. hut yet; fl'd) -, yet, however; 
-iii(i)t, neither; id) 6iii iiid)t iier etile, 
rotrbe - iiid)t t>er le§lc icin, neither an. 1 
the first, nor shall 1 be the last; - 111)«*, 
still ; even; - llllt, even ; fl) arc$ -, fc »ft 
-, as great as. as olten a«; luer ti - fei, 

fltii, whaiever you do; in iiicld)er Cnoe i* 

ioever 1 be; ju iveltftet 3i't efi - fciii uina, 
nieilll - immer, al whatever time, at what 
time soever; luclcftf -M.igteflcl - at. - im> 

opted) ; ei flfjMjctje -, lucim ei l»i)Ue, when- 
ever it may happen; ii.icE et - nD(t) |c rcid), 
let l.iDi he ever so rich; iveun - iioct) fo 
jjeotÜllCcI, though never so well giound- 
ed ; (luf iuel(f)e 9ltt ©ie ti - Ju tijuii fleCen» 
fen, however you mean to do it; lule e6 - 
fein milfl , however it he; niie fel)r iiiirt) - 
iietliimjte, however desirousl was; |D luEife 
et - fem mnfl, however wise he be; n>ic 
flut l^^. f(t)le(t)t Cet isstijl - ftin mnfl, how- 
ever good or bad tlie style may be; njo ti 
- lei, wheresoever it be; rcenn - ftfton, 
unc luenn - fd)un , ivcnii - flleid), even 
though, and although , er i|1 - ant jU neui 
jjierio !C., he is overiurious, far too cu- 
rious ; je?t i|l ti - 3eil, it is full lime now ; 
njitll Cu ti - ll)un? will you be sure to 
do it? lucnu e6 nut jeet - 3eit i(l, if it is 
not too late already, 1 fear it is almost 

aiUCtiOn, <-"-)/■ iW- -em auction, 
vendue, (juhlic sale. OuMe-fltlien, to 
set up for public sale; fletllDtlidje -, sub- 
hastation ; jn tiiiet - oeljörig , auctionary. 



2Iu6ienj,/ 'P'- -«W audience. (Set 
®e|antcc) l)(it feme ällifd)ieii6- ueljnlit, 
has had his audience of leave. 

91 H D leil J fafll, tn. \ audience-cham. 

sailCieujimmet, n\ ber, presencc- 

aiuSitOr, "■■ (-f. Pl-tl the judge 



fgiuie 



od. Uli 



judge-advocale general of an army. 

Slu&itoriuni , « <-«, p' -len) i. 

auditory. -. <3lIl)L'tet) audilory, audience. 

2(ue, /• <P'- -fl" I- btoolt. ruiiniug 

water. 2. grassy plain or plot, green, 

»aii(nted)t, n. f. Slnfletted) t. 

3fntl)nl, n. a (fertile) valley near a 
41un)iitter, m. parli-keeper. 
aiuerftabn, >". (-e«, M -Ijnljne)^ 

Olucrgcflügcl, «■ 

l)nl)nbnlj, /. the b.eedi..g-time of the 
.nouillain-cocks. 

5Muert)ennC, /• (P'. -n) mountain. 
Iieii . feaiale of tlie cock ol the >vood. 

2lUCrD*ö, "■• <-*fen, pi. -d)icn) 

21 uf, ("■■■?• 

I. ic. diil.i on, upon, (gt leb») - Cent 
2ail£ie, In the country; - Dem <3}i.iifte, al 
the maiket; - tlieftt SCelt (flitil ti lt.), in 
this world; - tVC Sltie, on earth; - einet 
glote, asioliiie ic- jviile", i« play on a 
flute, a violin etc.j - Cer llllllH'tflr.U , at 
the uuiversilyj - Der O.lflD fein, to be (a) 
huutiiig; - »em SEBefle, on ihe way, on 
the road ; - Dec einen u. Det .intern Stire, 



Seite, at h,s s 
gteUe, immedia 
.t is no matter; 



e other; - 
I his side; 

t)a\ 9?.d)t5 

f great nio.i 



lueniflec - ft* l)iitieni), of far 
- iin5 lieae Die gnnjc ig^nlD 



ürl)en, to go . 
- jiuei Ul)t, - 



- IC. jUQClien, to walk 
. ; - Die 5äJ<iil)e jicljen, 
uard ; - DIE 3.10D lUl«. 
shooting. b> <ki (leht 



cou.n.and , fid) uetla(fen - ic., bauen - ic., 

luiiie aieDinQUiigen, - fleiiiiJTe 23eDiii()iinoen 
l,m, on certain conditions; - .illc ®e|nl)r, 
at all hazards; - feme SJltte, al his re- 
quest; - !)ved)niin3, on accouut; fern 
'ZÜL'Vt, on his word; - meine &l)ve, upon 
my honor; ®el& - ic. lueiiDen . to lay out 
money on, in etc.; »tiefe - Stiele leiieis 
upon letlers, ajetluil - SBivlull, loss, u^on 
loss; fid) -'* Xtinteii U'ljin, to lake 10 
drinking; - ein $innt, to a hair; - tie 
OJiinuie, to a minute; blc-, till; bus - 
lueiiitt iBefe^le, till further o.ders; - ira. 
iner, for ever; - uiiicn ©oniit.iu) , on; - 
Den *Hud)niitlao , lor the afler noon; - 
einen >ifilflelibli(f , for a moment, lor a.i 
insunt; — Den iUbetib, in Ihc evening; - 
D.lS (S-nen, afler dinner eti.; (fo iilel u- I'u 
Ultl) - Die ^Jjetfun, (to) each, «picve, ..head ; 

- em >M.ot)l, at once; -■« Sieuc, «new ; 

- '8 (I'ljefie, as soon « possible, ■'. SÖtilr, 



3(llt 

<Pl(id)llflfte, in the best manner, Olügf 
splendidly; - gtniljöüld), in French; - 
lt.injcinfd)c aitt OD. «astife, in or after the 
French manner or fashion. 

2luf, nrf»- 1. "P^ upwards. «erQ-, up 
hill; ÄitiMU -, up siream; (Die Sonne) 1(1 



ward, skyward. 
l)eit -, liom my 



), up and down; - nub Hiebet, [ 'W(lt. ] 
peek. 2. t i&mcn Jonlet) - »bet nb, 
ore or less. 3. open. - fern lu. iljiireii), 

2lttf Sag, coni- "'at. in order that, 
I Older 10. ^ iiid)l, thai not, lest. 

2lufad)jjcn , ■-. ». to g,oan. «igh 

Uli. — V. a. ,ßmtn) -, 10 wake up by 

21ufadern, »• «- i- (-Munien lo 

, 10 plc.w up. i. ((5-in Selb) -, to plow 



«Mufangcln, ^ 

ill. a fishing-line. 2. 

2(ufarbctten , 



fish 



. :•■ 1. <(5-IlU.l«) -, 

e. 2. to break up. 

mteil !C.i -, to break open. 3. -, fid) 

Die ipiinbe lO, 10 hurt by labor.— 

refl. Sid) -, 1. (uom »L-belli, to raise 

one's self up will, difficulty. 2. 1 to woik 

self up in the world. — v. n. 10 

finish ones task. 

Slufatbmen, <">■ •<> breathe anew, 

a(ufa$Cn, "• "• •• (©tiuai) - <in( 
(ben Stein i/b. tern Steine), to eich on 
etc. 2. ((ä)tf(t)iut'ite K.) -, to open by cor- 

aiufbatftn, ". a. 1. i«((i,i) -, to 

aga.u. - i>. n. f. «llb.ltfen. 

31ufi>al)Cn, "• <■• (Sme e)c|d)n)iil|l) 

2lufbobren, "• <>• '<> p"' "p«" « 

bier elc. |. Sö,ll)te. 

31utbaQen, '■ <»• '• iSDiiotenj -, to 

put, heap up, pile up in bales; to pack 
up. 2. 10 uabali^, lo unpack. 

21ur't>anf«;n, «• «• ai.intiuitiiiid).! 

UlufbaU, >"• l-f«' erection, raising, 
building (up); »JbieDet-, reb(u)iidii.g. -. 



OCieDet 



'cb(u)il 



er, m. (-6, pt. ~) btu)ilder, erecter. 

2lufT>aunidn , «. reji. Sid» 

[-33.110. uivt.] - U'- $.i|Vn), 10 seat. 

SluflOUmCn •>• «. m- ». ijnbe 
ae.uü.nipv.) to take a tree. 

aiufbaumcn, " «■ liebet. j 

leaviug slatf. — r. rijt. Sid) -. f - r. 
- •. u. I. (u. ipietben), to rear. 10 pranc 
»flumcu. 2. [il.m.l to make its a 

5Uufbnufd>cn,«' „ „ ,„ ^„^i, „ 
2lufl'aufi-n, S 

aiuH'rtUUIIrt,-'- I- lliiiu.ui. 

ittufbcbcn, >■•■ »■ i"- "• i''"' '" «" 



aiufbffinCfn, 



9(iif 



2(iif 



?riif 



2!uf6elialten, '•• -■ " 

Sui K.., to keep on. 2. to kee 



3. i 



^afbei^en, ■>• - » ' to open by 

biting. 10 bite open. (Kliffe) -, to rrack 
2. 1 eiufiii emc hnrtegfiiS (I II fill Seiger 
Oeben, to set any one a liard task; |'. 91 11 f 
fnfllfcil. 3 - (I). ■aRtllittelll., to corrode 

Slufbetjen, » ■>. '• r. «lufn^ei 

Nr 2. i. to |„o<lnce on etc. by corrosives 
t. ^irlfi^en. 

2luf*ClfiPrn , "• « iPmen) - , K 
awake by yelping. 

2luff)eüen, r.». (P^lnen)-, loawaki 

bark. 

2lufberften, -r. •>■ ». <... w. fem 



Ülufbetten, -• «■ <^>» ssett-, 
2luf6e»»af)ren, • "• ' "> i« 

to preserve. '2. ± to reserve. ,3il grPBCIl 
Snuirti nuföeiunlitt fem, to be dest 
to or tor great tilings. H,«-, f. 9lllf 

Jlufbeivaftrer, >". (-*. ;>' -> 

JluffcCWabrUtlfl, / keeping, 
ing lip. preservation, leservation. cor 

^afbiäen, '•■ « f. ^lufvirfm 

^Ufbie^en, ir I ». a. l. to bend 

2(ufbeuflen, ^ up. 2, to bend ope 

2IUft>tCten, >>■ " "■ 1. to «umm, 
(by public orders, to siiniiiion up, to c; 
np, in, to raise. I><1« nmije Snll^ - , 



fte I) Lit iHkm oiif, jii ic. , she did all she 
could to etc. 3. iSerli'bte, ein »Jionr SBer; 
luMe-, to publish the bans. 4. to offer for 
sale. 5. to give warning. ,o give notice 
Itlialathingistocease,. 

2luftin»cn, ■•• •>■ «• i- (O-mnS) -, 

to tasten ON oi- upon. 2. J I OllleiU (Stj 

mni -, (riiieiu eiiifu Sbnten -, to impose 
on . upon etc.. to put a lioax upon etc.. O 
Id put upon etc., o to liunibiig any one. 
3. to tie ii|., to bind up. lo truss, to truss 
«p. to upbiiul, (ätl:riiliplf)-, lo garter; -, 
[li)l>.) to lie up. 4 (G-tmn« 3iiaftiiitilieiic«) 

üluffclaften, ■> « i. to,weii, to 

blow up, lo putf up, 2. ± - (llllt OS. Blird) 

swell. äliitocDlnOt I'ou ocrr Mirrt) ic, 
pulled up by or with etc.. lilted up Willi 
etc.. elated or swollen Willi etc. — u. refl. 
®t(l) -, 1. to swell, lo puff. 2. i to elate 
ones self, to puff one's self up 

3(ufi)(äi)Ung , / puffing up etc. 

Slufl'lofftl, ■'■ ". "■ I to swell, lo 
blow, to blow up, to inflate, lo distend. 
£>leüiltfrn-, in puff (out). 2. t to blow up, to 



inllale, to swell, to elate. 91 u f (1 C b I n f e 11 
conceited; cine n ti fflefiln feiie iSd)reifiart 
a turgid style ; mm ^Mde (i it f a e b I n f c ii 
elated with success. 3. to blow upwards 
(Den ©Mti6) - (vm\ SBinPei, to raise. 4 
to open by blowing. ((S-m Ijrfiiger ajiiii) 
bliee (Pie Xljiir ic.i niif, blew open. 5 
On« Seilen -, to blow. 6. to sound or 

orn. by sounding a wind 
'. refl. ei(J) -, I. to puff, 



forth . 



by 1 



2. i I 



elate c 



batllei. to slrike up a dance. 

2lufblnttern, -• « i- em »uto- 

2. ((S-llie «telle 111 ftlicill SBllrt)e) -, to searcl 
for etc. by turning over the leaves (of s 
book). — V. refl. läirt) - (ii. Sfofen ic). It 

ülufbleiben, »■• .■..■. (u. w fein; 



2tuft)lirf,».. 



ses, to glimpse. (Tmi ÄilBer) 11 It (ft 
I'ffiitilllliril.J appear» aliining. 

2luflilinf en , "• «• to giimps 

ilufblil^fll, "■"■ (used with I) 
I. to Hash (up), i. i to flash. CS-« bl 
(Ccr (ileonnre) in ihm niif. Hashed a 



Jlufblotcn, .' 

awake liv bleating, 

2lufi)Iüfteti , r. , 

91iifael'liil)r, blown; j 
full blown. 2. ± to bio 

aiufbofiren , " 



used with fern: 
ow , to bloom 
nnffleMiil,! 

9BieBcr - ((> 
up. 



aiufOoien, .•< 
2luf6orgcn, 



91 u f I 



aiufbot, "• I- 9Uifnebi)t. 

SHufbronfcen, ■>. n (u w fein 

irge, foam up. |f 

2(uf6roffcn, ». «. mat.) f. s»r 
aufbraten, ■>. •■ «• i i» r< 



21ufbrau(^en, » <• to con 

S er Urn ml) en. 

Slufbrouen, o. «. to consume 
Slufbraufen , v. „. <u. w 

I. - (b. SaSeine ic), to effervesce. '. 
Ily or get into a passion, ©r b r 
Oleid) (tnf, liis blood is soon up; ~l 

lie, fretful; boUterous. 

»ilufbrertien, ir . «. i lo 



lien »rief -, to open or unseal a letter, to 
break open the seal of a letter. 2. [ainit. 
nifpr.J to eviscerate, to gut. — o. n. 
1. to open, to break, to break or burst 
open. — (II, &en ipnnfeln, to chap; - tu. 
Rnofven, Sriimen), to open, to exp.ind. to 
spread; - (p. ®rf(f)ipi'iren) , to lire.ik. 2. t 
to break up, to rise from t;ible, to depart. 
-, nn» 6em Saner - (p. einer 9Irmfei , tn 
decamp; - (p. einjrliien), to break up. 
aiufbrCt^Ung,/. brcikin. up eu 

2tufbreiten, v. a. to spread, to 

display, to spread upon. 3nä iifdltlld) -, 
to spread the cloth, to lay the table-clotli : 
(bn* C5t\i -, lo clean. 

2Iufbrennen, ir. ». «. i. «^-mai) 



3eld)en - , to brand (a criminal , a cask 
etc.). 3. (Die 9Bnf(f)e) -, to scald. — v. n. 
(u. w, filii) 1, to burn up (suddenly), lo 
give a sudden flame; to hum out. 2. i to 
he inflamed, to be excited to sudden anger. 
3. Sn« 3i'inbfrniit ift n n f n e b r o n ii t , tlie 
powder lias flashed in the pan. 

2lufbrtngen, <r. v. a. i. ((jmeit 

5>iii IC.) -, to 'gel on; -, [9Beb.| f. 9Juf. 
jieheii. 2. (93iini 23oDeiii -, to bring or 
get up. to rear. 3. i a) (Äinber, Oimac) - 

to cure, to restore, h) (S-in ®((jiff — , to 
capture a ship, a vessel, lo bring in {or upl 
a pritej ((S)el6) -, lo raise, to procure; 
(tnippen) -, to raise, to levy; er fonn Me 
ffo(1cn nid)t-, he is not able to defray 



2Cpr 



ter; (Selljen) - , to produce ; ((Sriimä) - 
flegen ic. , to alledge or produce against 

(ffine TOobe , einen ©ebnitirt) tc.i - , to 
bring up, to introduce. (9Ilte (i!cbr(illd)ei 
r - , to renew, tin? - (einer 9»Pbe 






up. d) 



to irritate, to provoke, to make (any 
e) angry, to raise (any one's) passion. 

2lufbringcr, >». (-«, pi- -) - (ei. 

'• äri)itfeti), captor. 

SlufbrJngung , / > '■ - eine« 
Slufbringcn^ " <-«)j©rt)i(Te«, the 

,ture of a ship. 2. f. 91 II f b r i n g en. 

aiufbrotfen , ». « (»rob)-, to 

lak or cut into small pieces. 

aiufbro&etn, v. ... (u w. ivin) to 

bubble up . f. 91 11 fiva Men. 

Slufbrud), >n(-e6, pi.-üibt) i 

!ak; - (Cine« ®ffd)nii"ire«) , breaking. 2 
making up, departure, move. Der - 
iier9lrinee ani beni Sofler), decampnient; 
11 -e blnfcn , to sound the march. 3. 
[S(inMuirK)fd).]breaking(up).4.19BiiiBinfpr.] 
gulling, b) numbles; f. 91 u f b r e d) e It 
3lufbrÜftCn, »■ « lo scald, to soak 
boiling water. 

2lufbrüUen , »■ «. do begin to 



Olufbriiften, •'• « [jieifdjeri (d-i. 

ICH OrtlfeU) - , lo open the breast ol etc. 
- V. refl ®id) -, f. Sirüilen. 

3lufbuden, •> " to put up siaiis or 



2lufbügeln, 



sr. 



9(iif 



2luftüljnen, ■'• "• im».) to er.ct 

R Bcaffolding. 

2lufbÜrÖen, "• »• ± >■ G-intm (eine 
Ctlfl> — , *o lay on etc., to impose on etc. 
®t-tt biirSct ben gKem'tbtn feine Snnen 
nuf, bie fie nidit trnflcii fönnen, God impo- 
ses no Iturdens on men. which they are 
unaljle to bear ; ehietii 95i>(fe Stcnetn -, 
to Inirden a nation with taxes. 1. Q-ineni 
e-tivfl« -, to cliarge any one with etc.. to 
impute (crimes, faults elc.) to etc. D(l« -, 

2lufbürfteii , ••■ "■ '• 'o i^ush (,.p) 

again. 2. to brush up. 

aiirfbanten, >'. „. S-men latrln -, 

«Hufbammcn , ■•• «. "> Jam up, to 

swell hy means of a dam. 

2luf&ämmcrn, ». » <u. «■. rein) 

1. - Cl.pm tdfl), to dawn. "i. i - UK Slltl. 



2luffcamt)fen , •• >>• 

rise up in steam or vapor, 
to pass off HI vapor, + to vaj 
1. 10 evapoiare. +to vaporii 



o evaporate, 

2. Jcidt-nf) 



2Juföaucrn , ■■. »■ (u. w. ijobenj to 

av or sit lip. to walcli. to keep up. 

5Juf6ctfcln, f. n. to uncover. 

aiUfPCrfCn , f- " ' "> spread, f. 
iil'l'reiten. Ben lifrt) - , lo lay the 

to uncover, to liare, to discover. .5. i 

fl. ©irt)-, to divest one's self of the 
lilt etc. 

JIufberfUnfl,/ UMCovering etc. 

■iUufCeidjen, - "■ einen Bert) -, 

■iaufSi^tcn, -■ »• I. MnMrtjten. 

2lufeienf n , ". « ' «<> «ait upon. 

to serve up; l. >3l n f tirn a e n. - ». n. 

2luf6inflen, -r. r. <■. (tJInen, einen 
(lirtmrfrtien, Schrjiingen) - bei ic, lo bind 
I etc.. to indent to etc.. to indenture, to 
ind out by indentures, to apprentice. 

anfbinciebtlef , m. indenture» (of 
iprenticeship). 

JlufSingCn, •> <-«)^ indenting etc., 

2lufDingUnfl , /■ S binding an 
,preiilice. 

>2(ufBC(fCn, "■ "■ I" wind up. 

aiuföonnern , ". "• t"- «-. fein) to 

pen Willi great noise. — v. a. (©inen) -, 
1 awake by thundering. 9lii f n eD n n e 1 1, 



5UufÖ0))»cln, 



[®(t)Ul 



JlufPcrren, »■ >■ <"• »■ <">» to 

dry (upon). 

2luf6()rren, >■ " f <iiy (('»•'>■ 

pressing, to pusti open. — n. rfft. Aid) -, 



fore 



elf In 



3Iuf6re*ff In , 



9(uf 



2luffcrel)f n , -■ » i- tStmai) - mi 

, f. älnereljen. 2. to open by turning 



untwine, to untwist. Bie BMj)teii ein 
idlie« -, [-Btur.] lo unstrand a rope. 3. 



2lUf0ricfEln , >• -. to untwine, to 

5Uutöringen, •'•. "•'■• (ä-mem (cs-nuns) 



'JlufDtinfliing, obtrusion. - v. r 
iSitt) -, to obtrude, to obtrude one's s( 

atufCringer, >". (-«, pi. -) obt 
2lufe^•influn(^, j- obtrusion, 

triiding, forcing upon. 

2iuf&rinfllidj, <"'; obtrusive. 

obtrusively — «rfii. Obtrusively, -felt 

aiuförurfen, ».o. i.-<iufic., ei 

©od)e — , to stamp, print, imprint on el 
to impress on elc. Hai Sietjel «III IC. 
to put the seal upon "c. 2)0^—, impressi 
imprinting. 2. lo expend . consume 
printing. 

aiUfÖVUrfen, ». «■ 1. 'o open ( 
pressing), to break up. (9?l'l(Te)-, lo era 



äluföutfcn , 



JIufCuBCln , ■■ "■ <<5'" €tiirf(l)cii) 
-, to play badly. 

^lufCuninfl , J- l-»"ir.) land.uii. 

JUufCunfen, » ». «lufgeDnnfen, 
I. putted up, swelled up, bloated; blub- 
bered. 2. ± puffed up, conceited. Inflated. 
- (u. eec iäd)rcil),irt), turgid. auffleDun. 
|'enl)eit, J. bloateduess; turgidness, lur. 
gidity. 

aiufBUIlftCn, "•"• If w. fern) to 
evaporate, t to vaporile. Zni -, evapora- 



2luföünftcn , 



'ilufÖu»fen, "■ "• I- l^eradö.i to 






5llUfeinanDCr, '"'"• one after an 



aiufcntbalt, ».- i-'i) 1- stay, 

abode, residence, sojourn. 2Bnl)tenD nine« 
re« -ei in ^inriB , during our stay in or 
at Paris. Beiiieu - (nil einem Orte) l)ntieii, 
jenonimen hnbiii , to reside ; f. fid)91uf. 
holten. 2. — , -öort, abode, residence; 
retreat. - ^ec Diebe, liarbor, receptacle 



?(llf 



of tliieves; -, [«edjttfut.) domicile. 3. 
impediment, delay, stop. Dhne -, without 
delay. 4. [TOnr.] demurrage. 

91 II fent I) nit« forte,/, permit, certifi- 
cate of residence. 

"Jliifenihnlitort , m. f. »J/ufent, 
11,1 It Nr. 2. 

91ufentl,nll*icii, /. 1. time of .pn- 

2luferlmuen, "■ «. i- to bund. to 

build up. 10 erect; l. (Jrbnuen. 2. i to 
edify; f. e-rbniieii. 

Sluferbaulid), '">)■ t edifying; f. 

(Jrbnulirt). 

aiufevlcgpn, "■ «• G-ineni letiDnä) 
- , ,0 lay oii'e under etc. ; to enjoin ; to 

JUufernabrcn, "• ". f. (s-rnnh. 

ren.-antjiehcit. 

3Juferfd)aUcn,"." f.Grfd)nllen. 

aiufCrftCjjCn, "■. '■■ ". to rise up. 
aSon feu iocten -, to rise from the dead. 

3lüfeVaet)UnC^ , /■ resurrection. 
■•Jill fennel) 11 111) e r nil. '«. resurrection, 
day, day of resurrection. 

2lUfCrtt>a*Cn , ■' « lo awake 

Jluferwetfcn, i' «. "> resusc.ute. 

2lUfent)ClfCr, »'■ (-«> '-^ <''■« rai- 
ses from the dead. 

aiUfCrtUfrfUng, /. resuscitation. 

aiuferj^iebcn, "■■ ■■■ -. 'o i^'"? "p- 

2lufersic(jUn3, / rearing, biing- 

°5Uufeffen, "•■ v. ». to eat up. t» co,,- 

2luffatJ)e(n, ". «. I- <T>ai jenen-, 

2lÜffa*Cn, . ". f. 5lnfnd)en. 
2luffaPetn, J "■ «. '• to thread, 
aiuffnömen,^ <■> «l^- («perleme.)-, 

2luffaCnfnJ "> «tring. 2. (gin 

®en)ebei -, to ravel out, to untwist, to 
unweave. 3. li)t,ll)tft.J to whip, to gather. 

5Uuffabren, ■••■ "• «• '. "> «p"" ^y 

driving, to drive open. (Die 2Ceiie) -, to 
spoil, to cut up by driving. 2. (Die £nilO> 
nen , iai eiefdiii?) - , to mount. 3. {©in 
©tiitf ßniib, einen SHJeg) -, to li'l up. 

lUuffaijrcn, ■••• ■>. >•• <"■ «• f"»> '• 

to ascend or go up in a carriage; to drive 

cend, to fly up. - (u. (Sl)ri(lll«), to ascend 
to heaven. 3. (-Mill.) 10 ascend from a 
pit. 4. to rise or move suddenly, to spring 
up suddenly, lo start, to start up. (BlMI 
feinem Si^e)-, to start up; aui teni ®d)lnfe 
-, to start out of one s sleep; nil gd)ln|e 
-, to start in sleep; (Ul't Sctllrecfen) -, to 
siart. 5. t i3m Sftne) - , to fly or get 
into a passion, to fly out in a passion. 6. 
to strike upon etc. in driving, lo strike 
against etc. with a car etc. ; l-Wnr.l - nuf 



Inttenc.) fäl)tt nnf, rises on tli, 
- (H. Ihiiren to, to fly open. 

3luffal)rif ^ W "-o "''"■ p""' 
5!lnffabrene,< imiabie. veh. 

SMuffnhVt, f. 't'l- -e"> 1 asce 



2(uf 

ri.ing. a.cent. ascension. i(J(,ri|li) -, as- 

day. 1. driving tip, npwards. 3. ascent, 
rising ground. - (nut finfii »I'lael ic.) , 

aiuffaßen, >r.v.a. l. (Die lh»i:i.> 
-. to open by falling. 2. -, (Ttt) (^CI1 Sn^t 
:c.) -, to hurt or bruise by falling, to 
break by a fall. 

SluffaUen, -r. ». «. i«. ». ifim i. 

- ,lllf;c., 10 fall on or upon etc.; - ailftc. 
U'. ajjgfril) , (<IBni6"lfDr.] to light on etc. 
•2. 1 ©intrn -, a) to strike (any one), -i. 
striking, strange; con.spicuous. re in .nr kable. 

aiuffdiltC?', adj. -, <!I„ffMIcnD, 
r. giuffalleii Nr. 1. 

2lufFn(ten, '■• ». i. to unpuit. to 



SluffangCn, ir. r. n. 1. to calch. to 
c.Ttch up; - (i>. »lnl^e1l to, to snap up. 
(pen Siifl) -, to take; (^{cjcniDniTen -, to 
collect, to catch ; (einen ejjipii , 25riff!c.) 
-, lo intercept; Si(l)t(lr(llilcll - , to inter- 
cept rays of liglit; einem S(f)itfc tm 'S3in^ 
-, to becalm a ship. 1. i to catch. (3e. 
m.iiiM ffiotte) -, to take up; (eine Sraiit! 
fieit) -, to catch; 5?eiiigfiiini - , to fish 
up news. 

SluffangCn, »■ (-«i - (üer «riefe, 
Si(i)t|lr.ihlfn tc ) , interception. 

SJuffnrlien, f- « <o color »fresh, 
to (lye again, afresh, to new-dye. 

2lHffOfCn ,) "."• to separate fibres 
2luffafCrn5or threads, to ravel 
OlufFafCln ,) "Ot, to nnra.el. 

2luffnficn, "• «. i- to catd, up, to 

lake up; to take in. (©ine 'TOnfdje !C.) 
mtttr -, to take up. 2. (ijierleii le.) -, to 
string; UUvni ^[itSnifct in eiii fflefäg) -. 
in calch, to collect. 3. i to receive, lo 
perceive, to conceive. (ScfclleU -, lo be 
quick of apprehension ; ci» ^^Jienfrt) , Cer 



I'cftroci 



apprehension. (ceptioii. 

2lUfFafTung, /. apprehension, per. 

MiiffnrriMiosfriifi, /. } power 

■■3liiff<ifriiMnSi.ernic.geu, ., j of ap- 
prehension, perceptive faculty, d'lne Icii1)fc 
iinb rdjiif'le 9Iiiffnffiin(if frnfr, a quick 
ap])rehensinn. 

JluffCtlCtl, 0. «■ 1- - niif IC, to file 
on etc. 2. (Qtmoi) - , to file again, to 
new-file. 3. to open by filing. 

2luffeU^ten, "■"■ to wet again, to 

aatufRe&eIn, >-.«. i. <©iu stiiifdjen) 



2lufftn&en, 

ek out, 10 discov 



Sluffirniffcn , ■ 



asiuffif^en , 

2Bie^er -, lo fish i 



2luffla(f crn , 

blaie 0,- Rare up; f. i 



■Jluf 
2lufflammcn , i- ••■ m- «. fem) i. 

Slufflattfrn, <>■ ". to nutter up- 
2lufflccbtfn, "• " «. 1- to twist 

2lufflehen, ». "• - jn ic to pray 
aiuffltrfen , - «■ '" P"' ■■< pitch 

,pon; to pr.tcli or vanip up. 

2luffltegcn, ••■ >■■ "■ m. w. icm) i. 

I) to lly up, upwards», to soar (iipj. b> 
o perch. 2. lo fly up; to blow up. (DllVil) 

ip; - l.lffeil, to blow up; lo lei fly. 3. lo 
)pen suddenly, to lly open. 

Slufflimmfrn, ■> «■ <>>■ »•• feno to 

aiufflbtCn , 1'. n- 1- lUiii stüefiteii) 
-, to perforin (Or play) on a tliite. 2. (g-i. 



StufflUC^Cn, »• «• ((Sine.i)-, to 

SlufflUg, >"■ (-f«. pl. -"GO 1. flying 
upwards, soaring (up), soar, flight, ascent. 
2. f flight, soaiing. [mo„er. 

2luffor&ei*cr, "■• (-*, i>(- -> >-»"'■ 
aiuffoi-Bcrnw V. ... ,&ni.-M)-, to 

2lUffDBern, *> can upon, m ..sk, to 
invne; lo challenge; to summon, gin 
Srnuciijimiiier juiii iniije -, to ask a lady 
lo dance; (ft'tililKf)) - (cine 'Sdliino K.), 
lo summon ; (S-iliell Jlir e-tfüdllllfl (eillf« 
iBeriVt*erf)Cll^ - , to claim or t challenge a 
man's promise; 1(1) iiuTCe (Sie iiiiii -, 3l)t 
{jegebciicö 2Bort iii hoireii , I now formally 

2luffö(r)5erung , /■ invnaiion; 

challenge, summons, citation. 

<!IiilItMr)Deriiii,j6f(1)rei(ien , n. 

2Iutifo(r)&frer, "> <-«. pi.-) 
2lufforinen , "■ «. i. [iputm.) to 
Stuffrcffen , .>. v. „. i. to eai »v. 



2luflrrteren , 



jruftljoue.i. 



SluffÜflCn, ''•«• 10 join to. (ijelijeii: 
-, l'JDilgnfrl to join to llie spokes. 

2lufruftrbor, <■■-</■ i- - (u. etebnui 

ben), ihal may be erected. 2. — (ii. @(t)aM; 

iVieli'M IC), that may be represented, acted 

Sluffiil&rcn , "• «. l. (Bte finncnen: 

-, to mount; tie 2i;nrt)e -, lo mount guard 



3(iu" 87 

carry up; f. «1 u f f ,1 h r e 11. J. (ädjiKCpo. 
(ten) -, 10 enter, to charge; ((5tn),i*) mit 
in «iiitr 3tfd)iiuiia -, to put to account. 4. 
to lead up. (Jineii liei oein.iiiD -, to imro- 
dnce a stranger to a person ; (SeUflcil) -, 
to adduce ; fen ionj, Jiini Joii} -, to lead off 

<ßerfoiieii) -, to personify; eiiiiclii - (fie 
Slüctc !C.), to specify. 6. ((3)l■D(ill^e) -, lo 

ii?iit1lViele IC.) — , lo represent, lo acr. to 
give, lo perform. i(J-||lcll i.inj) -, to per- 

2litffü6ren, «■ >'fl- ®ui) -, to i,?. 

have, 10 conduct one's self. 

2luffiiftrung, / i. - (ciueä oicK'm. 



3. - 



:i|l|Vii' 



(tifr '2Eni1)e, JtiiiiDiien), mounting, - (einer 
S(l)ilfii)(Kl)c) , posting. 5. (ipaiiDcIl -dill 
«n(l)ei, entry. 6. behavior, conduct. 

SluffÜÜen, "■ ". 1 lo fill up 2. 10 



■üluff unfein, r.n. 



JluffUrrdfn, ". «. lo furrow; 
furrow up. 

21uffltttern , <■. ... (StfcreiiicrJ 

facing. 

2luffüttevn , ». «. i. <&iii s 

aSlcl) IC.) -, lo rear by feeding, to br 
up, to feed; to fatleii. 2. (= 2>LT|Tlttc 
to spend in feeding. 

2lufflal)e, /■ 'Pl- -ID 1. a) - (11 
■Briefe.-) ,' delivering; - (eine« Ofiitljfc 



2(uf(iaI)C[n, ■>.... I.lo fork, lo laUe 
up wiih a ioik. 2. o f lo pick up, to fish 

2IufgacEcrn, ■■.<.. (gineiD-, to 

rouse f.o.n sleep l.y c.i, kling. 

2lufgaffCn, r. „. l« stare, look up. 

2luf9äftncn, ". »■ i- lo g.pe or 

yawn aloud. 2. i lo yawn. Id gape. 

2luf(<aijren , <'•• ■■• « <"■ w. fein 

and hnbcn) to rise fermenting. 

2lufgan9 , -"■ <-'i, p'. -.11130 1. 

2. i - fcr ©Oiuie, the rise or rising of Hie 
sun. sun-rise; - cillee ©rcriieö, the rise or 

consumption, spending. 4. — (Clue« 33eri]t'ö 
ic.i, ascent. 5 ^ or J east. 

2f ufflrtttf rn , » "• to find om , lo 

pick up, f. '01 II frreifieii. 

2luf9Cben, «r. c. ... i. ((jiufn «nef) 

-, lo deliver. 2. (tliiie Sfldje) -, lo give 



yield 



surrender, lo ; 

fnnntfdxifi - , to drop an acqui 
(eitlen jtriiiifcin - if. einem Slrjte 



^Jillf 



•r; ^€M «fill -, 10 give up 
vieM ii[> the breath or spirit; 
?'« last, to expire; ibre ciqeiie 
I ,1 II f i II (1 c b e 



-"JTteii 



3. ((Jiiiem dimai) - , b) to lay 
or set on ; b) to propound or lo pro- 
pose (S-iiifiii fine 9lrticit -, to sei any one 
a task; (fin 9!nt(5feli- lo propose, to put; 
(Jtrdflfii» - , to propose; ^(l« Qlii fgE(\e' 
bene, Mf au f nefi cb c ii f älrDeir, «hat is 
proposed etc.. problem, task ; job. 4.[^nnD.] 
ai to order, h) to give notice. — n. (-«) 
(the act of) delivering, resigning, giving 

2lufAcbcr, >"■ <-«. p'- -> </• -i"'" 

signer; one tlint proposes; f. ^t\fqpbei\; 

siufflfbirgcn, '• ». f. 5iiifti)i"ic. 
SlufhcBlafcn» "*■ •■ «lutbrnfcn. 

-ff IDffen, Me -()eit, conceitedness. in- 
flation, elation; bie-lieit I tet ©d)tei(i(itt), 
inrgidily, bombast. 

3tuf()Pl)0t, "■ <-ce, p(-e) "• public 



i; f. 



2. (Si 



2lufgcfctn(^c , >■ i-* , i>i -> '^>' 
2lufgr&unfcn , "■</■ i f- '3ii'f = 

2lufgcfcuilffnhcit,/-i 6 nil fen. 

Slufgcbcn, '> ••■ "■ <"■ "-f«'") ' 

to go up, lo rise, to mount. 511 pellet, it 
Jtnild) -, to be consumed by fire; - (I) 

flfjillincn, llie sun is up; - (UOIII ifi 
nc), to rise, lo heave, to swell ; - (v. «Jßflnn 



<E(Iailjen) , germination . sprouting. 2. 
g?iiii (1 e I) t nur ein Sirfit (in ^cr (£(i(t)e) 11 
niin del) en mir Me Sliiflen n 11 f, I begin 
see clear now. 3. to open . to expand. 

Kiipfprio, to open; - (u. (5iefd)ii'i'irfii), 
break : — (poiu ©i^>, to dissolve, to breal 
^fl« 2Better <\ti)< niif. it thaws; -( 



- bliTni, 10 spend. 6. (-:)lri'!)m.l 10 re 
naugM. 6 i.pil 6 |iel)t nilf, 6 subslri 
from fi leaves no remainder; 5 C[v\}t tlid)t 



InfTen , to set off. 7. 


- .1'. 


einem 5?ute ic.) 


lo go on 8. ©id) - 


fl* 


bie gnee - , to 


to walk one's feel so 


re. 




Slufgcifii, " 


l-TO.ir.] 10 brail up 








3^ufc^ci(^en , 




. to fiddle. (Jil 


®tli(fd)fn-, to play 


« tune 


on tlie fiddle. 2 


{(S-inen)-, to rouse 


roni 


leep by fiddling 


- V. n lo nddle. 






21ufgef [art , 


ndj 


enlightened. -. 


l,ell,/ the sla.e of 


beinf 





2lufgflt, "• (-ff , pi -cr, I. -, 

aillflBfdjfl'l, agio. lex. change, premium. 

(= Slliaelb) e:irnest (.money); enlisting 

21ufgelcgt, )'">•'• "rf/- (f- aiufieacm 

1 good humor; rrt)lcd)r - I'ein, to be in a bad 

mor. to be out of liunior. 2. (f'ln nuf< 

(JflfOte* Sd)iff, «liip in ordinary, -belt, 

SMufgerduntt, port. -dj. (u. aiMf= 

rniinien) t good-humored, in liigh or good 
spirits; merry, gay. - fein, to be in spi- 
rii«; f(l)r -, in very good spirits. — aiir. 
good-hnmoredly. -l)eit, /. good humor. 

aiufgciwetft , )""•(. adj. (V. aiiif: 

luetfpn) i'sprightly. brisk, lively. (Jin -cr 
&m, a clever fellow; -e« fficfen , Die -= 
Ijeit, sprigblliness, liveliness. 

2lUfgtCgCn, '> V -- lo affuse. 
(5B(i(Ter) - auf it. , to pour upon etc. ; -, 
[eiieiu.l to infuse; bnf-, leite.n.] infu- 
sion. 

2lufgtänjeji , -. ". i. m shine, to 

glitter; f. OJlSnjen. 2. to rise «l.ining, 
to flame up witli splendor. 

aiufglattCn, «■ <>• to poUsb afresh 

«MwfglcitCn, i>-t V. ... (U. w. fein) 
2IUfgIitf(J)fn, S to glide against ; 

f, OMritcH. 

21uffllimiiien, ''■• " " <" ». fei„) 

to gleam, lo glimmer up. anew, again; f. 
(Sltmiuen. [to stare. 

alufglOfeen, r .1. to stare upward. 

SlufgliiftCn, r. „. (u. w fein) 10 
glow up, (o glow afresh. 

2lufgr06Cn, ir ... ». I. to break 
ground, to dig; to raise by digging. 2. 10 
dig up; to open; f. 91 11 « fl r n b en. 3. lo 

alufgrafCn , " » <" graze, browse 

2lufgreifen, ■.•■ »■ «■ i- tetiun«)-, 

to take up; f. <1I n f f a n (1 e n. 2. (?ente) -, 
to take up. lu seUe. 3. 1 (&ni\ä)tfi -, 10 
pick up. 

2lufgrübcln, •'■ « lo grnJ up. 
2lufgrünen , ■>• »• m- »• ('"» <o 

become or grow green. 2Biei)Pr - I. 10 
become green again. 2. f to revive. 
2IufgärtCln, f. «nffliirten. 

aiufgürtcn, " <•■ i. lo gi-d up, i» 

tuck up. (Bein ißffrDc ^l■ll (gntfcl) - , to 

ungiid (Dnä Spftrf) -, toungirlb; (gi; 
nen) -, to uugird. — ... reß (Sid) -, to 

3lufgU^, '". '-f\tf, (((.-üfTe) affusion, 
pouring upon; [ffljem.] infusion. 

91 II f II 6 1 1) i P r rtl e n , ^.. infnsory worin; 
«r.ifatiSuMirmrfjcn.^pMnfusoria. Dir 

2lufliafccn , '>■ ■•■ ". i. iStnoD -. 

•Jlr'.'Cit !C.) - , lo have lo do. 3. to have 
open(ed). (J>en 0)?miP) — , to have open 
4. imp (Js linr (Dnniit) 9tid)tä (tuf fid), it 



Slufhacfen, 



giiib. (■:j?i'i(Te It.) - (I 
pick open ; (tiai (^ii 



3(uf 

-, to break. 2. - (u. $nfinftn), to peck. 
10 pick up. 3. an?« ÄDl| -, to cut up all 
Ihe (stock of) wood. 

2IufbOftcn, .' «. f. 9111 fb eft en. 

2lufbafen, r- «. i- to unhook. 2. 

2luff)alfen, ■'. <•■ e-inei» (ß-trane) -, 
i lo lay on one's shoulders, to charge one 
with, lo impute to. einem 91(lf4 -, to lay 
all upon one's back. 

aiuftiOlt, •". <-fs> I- ISieitP.j stop. 
2. i impediment, delay. 

aiufftattCn, ir c. o. 1. to stop, to 
slay; to stem; ittti 5!Cilffir !C.) -, to stop; 
ten gfillb -, to put a stop to the enemy's 
progress, b) lo keep back, to keep off, lo 
delay; to detain. SBoii luibrijen 20infen 
nnfgel)nlteii d'. (Sdjiffeii), wind-bound. 
2. to uphold, to support. 3. to hold up 4. 
(Die SpMb IC.) -, to hold open; (ben Sut. 
-, to bold out. 

Sluftialten, .■.•■»■re/r. iSid)-, i. «»< 

einem One), to stay; to sojourn, to live. 
10 remain, to reside, to dwell. 91. 0). hnit 
nib mm in !C. <inf, A. G. is now (a) resi- 
dent in etc. 2. Sid) bci (eiiictn fflcgenann: 
Eic) -, to dwell on etc.; Ort) bei ffrciniatfis 
ten -, to stand upon trifles. 3. iSid) Über 
:c. -, to find fault with etc., lo criticise 

aiiiffealtcr, .". (-i.pi--) mi^r.] 

relieving tackle; - (für «Bfn'Ce), breeching. 
2(uff)attUng , / l- stopping, stay- 
ing; liiudciance. '2. [llljrin.) detent. 

2lufJjämmern, >•• « ' letiBdäi-, 

on. 2. ((Jinen) -, to wake by hammering. 



Sluffiängcn, '> «s 

>ug. to liang up, lo suspend 



2. i 



a) {5-incm (S-Inji!!? — , to impose upon etc.; 
to palm ofl upon etc.; J (i. e. cine CÜGe)-, 

a fib. b) einem SBmiven tc. -, f. 91 n 1)5 it. 

fleil. (sory ligament. 

9lnfl)(in(jebnnb n. |91nnt.) »uspeu- 
9lllfl)nnflebDi)CH, ... hanging-room. 

drying place. 

Sluftiarfcn, « ••• to rak« up. 

2lufl)ärten, v. «. [©Hlerl (Die 
tnue) -, (o give the necessary iwisfing 

to snatch up 2. i (gieiiioftiten ic) -. m 
fish up, to pick up. 

2lufI»afVfln , V. ... to reel. 9ine* 
03(irn -, to leel up or off all Ihe (stock of) 

Sluftiauben, »■ • '» i»" » «^^p ""■ 

^UfbaUtben, "■ <• ' to breathe 
lip, upward. 2. 10 open by breathing , to 



2lufbaucn, 

to hew open, to br 
leinni Ort)icii) -, 



) cut up. 2. to cle 

cut up. 3 (Seilen 



mir ber brennen' 
portfire to the 



aiiif 



2(uf 



9(nf 



89 



SlufftflUfeln, " " 'o fori" into 
«mall heap«, (5■r^e Mill (Sjnrtpffi 111 it.i - , 
10 hill or earlli. 

Slufftnufen, >• «■ ■• f I'eap. i» 

miilaie. lo pile. 2. t 1» lieap up- «> lioard 

®i(b -, to accuniulaie. to run up, to in- 
orea«. - >i. (-«) 3«« -, »i« 9J 11 f () Ö II f 11 II g, 

Slufibeben, ■>■ ■•• "• i-«' to nrt, to 

lift lip. to raise, to (»lie up, to uphold, to 
ele»ate. to heave. (Din iUtni) -, lo uplift; 
(fic $,iiii» -, to lift. I)) (ffrnin« Siefleiltic«, 
iSrt)ii)eri?, ecidjtf n -, to lift, to lift up, to 
lake up. ((S-iliPll I'LMl btt (StCc k.) - , lo 
raise up; iG-lron^) I'Din ajopcll -, to raise 
from (off the ground, i. <=9ln|l'»ivnhrci0 to 
keep, to reserve, to lay up. lo spare, lo 
save. 10 preserve. Db(t, gnldltc -, to pre- 
.serve fiuit(-s); (Fiiiciii (?rii>a5 jum - gebeii, 

■äliifaeliotoii fein ju Grninä (iioiii isrfiirf 
l'(ll>, to lie destined to etc.; in ill (lllffle. 
licbcn, lie is seltled. done lor. 4. to take. 
to take prisoner, to seize, to appreliend. lo 
capture, to arrest. ((?infn «pPlleu, tlll.fiuiu. 

Iniliieibe.iiiitf) IjeDr fincii Sieh n ii f. seizes 
a Ihiel. 5. 10 break up. ©nie '»flilacruili) 
-, to raise a siege; 6cr !c. 1)0 6 Die aSer^ 
fnmmlliug out, the etc. dismissed the 
assembly; Me ■J.nfel -. lo rise from table, 
to retire from dinner; tai S.igrt - , to 
strike tiie tenis. to break up the camp; 



II. [■Sroiifrti* 



'Hufbefteln, <■■ "■ i. .emen 5;i-(f 

) -, 10 unpin. '2. lo pin up. 

2lufbCften, " <■■ ". «Sm ÄleiO ic.) 
\^, to pin up. 2. - illlf It., 10 pin or fii lo 
c; to siiich upon. 3. t ©liieiii ©nun«-, 
91 uf Uli 11 lit". 4. to undo 

aiufbfitcrn, >- «. l. (Ceii$iimiiel) 



eering up. diveision. 

aufftetfcn, --• ■•■». "■ (©"Kiu)-, 

to belp (any one) up. to help any one to 

ifficullyi. 1. i .©illeiln -, to aid. a.wist. 
upport or succor laiiy one); lluD (ie lltll! 
cll »en »einit'tcil nilf, and they helped 
orward the affllicted; e-iiUMll iBifDcv -, to 



to 1 



void, to 



1 SBer. 



triio>-, to annul ; (geriditlidi)-, lo annul; 6ie 

ten, the grant cannot he avoided; fief) HO 
gcniVthl -. 10 destroy, cancel each other; 
tue (ij.iiiccls-.) esef,'[|irt),ifr, ®eno(Tenfd)iiIt-, 
ri. e. firt) iremiell), to dissolve partnership; 
ten o€rid)tlirf)en !Sefd)lng -, lipnntell to 
take off the embargo; lupdjielfeirl.! , grfleili 
icitig - (©ins mit fem »Jlntieni i>6iT negen 
taß ■'Mll^ere) , to couipen.sate; niifoe|'d)L)t)en 
id nid)t (1 II f e 1) b e n , Prov forbearance 
is no arquitiance. 7, (-ilrirli ] (Sjnldiei -, 



aiufftcbcn, "• (-«) 1. 1. 

i,„g. 2. i em -, uiel- fbfr-i 
ind)en, to make a great to. do ah 

2Kuf()ct»cr, 

, ter -31 II file I. ein 



■tc. 2. [-Jin,«. 
Ilollent. atlol 
lor. 3. [ei)ir. 



3Iuf6eI)Utig , /■ I. raising, lifting, 
lifting up. taking up, uplifting, upholding. 
- Der $i>(lie, [fdtl). Jiird)eJ elev;ition of the 

Host. 2. ann ng. avoidance, abrogation. 

abolition. - etiler itlilije, nonsuit ;- (eiliet 
aSerfdiumliino), dissolution; - (eine« J-iBeii 
ft>mrai(Te«), recovery ; - (einer »fldgerniijn, 
raising; - (eineSBicbt«), seizing, seizure. 

9(ufl)e6iniaff'efel)(, m. a decision 



iüii 



. ^fr 



ear up; liinä 2Better) -, lo clear up. 2. 
-, to cheer, lo cheer up. to gladden. — 
re//. Si* -, 1. (I'DllI $illllnfl>, to clear, 
I brigliten; (u. SBetter), to clear up. Q:i 
eitert fid) n iif , it clears otf or away, it 



bear up; (eilt Sdlijf' -, to bring lo the 
nd. 

Slufholer, "■ <-«, pi -> mc^t.] 

ter Stnefpforteii , port. tackle; -(eine» 
Sloafenel») . halliard. 

2lufl)0ljen, f OlufOnnmen 
2lufbOrt^Cn, r "• to prick up one's 



aiufboren. 



Slufbetteruttfl,/ 



jn vfteii ! 

)n (irbeite 
einem Sturme K.) , 

ill jiiMen, [Sidiif 
payment. — n a ce 



aiuföclfcr, 



-i . vl 



String for raising one's self in bed. 

2Iufl»eUen, "■ ■< i. i- brigiite, 

?iten! -, to clarify. 2. f ai Den 25eril.iiil 
lear up, lo elucidate, to illustrate. 

2Iuf6eUcn , •'■ reft, gid) -, i. (ddu 

SäJettcr) to clear up. 2. i to become clear 
2(Uf&eUung, / l clearing up 



SIlufÖCntCn, ». •>■ (©mm SieCi) - 
I hang; f. aiiiihnnacn. 

2lufbe$en, » «. icffiuM-, m 



J sprii 






2. t to stir up. lo incite, lo abet, 
(©inen) - (JU JC), to instigate (to etc i, 
;©inen) flefleii d6. reiteric. -, to set against 
!lc. ; bn« 25Dlf -, to raise up the people. 

aufbeben, •■ (-^> -, Me 91 nf. 

le^iinii . io.stigHtion. 

21ufhc$cr, '". (-«,;>' -) ius'iga. 

aufheulen, ■• « iSineu) -, to 

aaufb'iffen , ... «• ( s.e eron , -, 

-TO.ir.J 10 hoist; (SB.inreii)-. to ho;st or 
;rane up. 

3Iuf()0(fen, c <•. I. (©men, ©tiwnf) 
-, 10 pill upon the back, lo take upon 

o bear. 3. to put in heaps. — p. ». (©t: 
leui) -, to hang on the tjack of etc. 

2(Ut'hDften, r n. COTol.) to »el off. 

aufholen, .• «.to fetch up; [-».ür] 

2.1« 'JjDoti - to hoist up; (iafel) -, to 



lue. lo e.iu. .., give un , ii 

; hut aufgehört jn regnen. 



iveepii 



, to cease, to subside; 
.lop or suspend 
:essation. Oblic 



2luft)DrCn, >■• "■ "> I'^r attentively. 

aiufftutfen, f. älnfl,D(fen. 
2lufbÜlfe,/ Mf. aid. succor, as. 
islance. (± to revel. 

2luffjuUCn, V. n. 1. to uncover. 2. 

Slufftüjjfen, ". ". 1. to frisk, to 

kip. totiop. to jump (up), to leap, to bound. 
2. - d'. ©ndlfll), to bound. 

aiufbuften, >■ -■ l- l» wake by 

.»ghing. 2. to bring up by coughing. 

(«(lit) -, to cough up. — r. ,1. to cough 

>nd. 

aiufiaflCn, V. a. I. (<IBilB) -, 1. «I n f: 

1 (©iiirn) — , to find out. to hunt up or 

3lufjamniern, ■■ « (©luen! -, to 
2lufiammcrn, ■•• "■ t» »aii. to 

,oan aloud, to set up a lamentation. 

3lufinud)^en, c « (©men) -, to 

hout. (Die 9il)0bien jiiiid)iteit l.itit o uf, 
ave a great shout. 
2lufJD£bCn , v.a. i ©inem ©rii.<iä 

aufjubeln, f. Olnfjondtie,.. 
2luff Ammen, " " to comb alVesh; 
J comb upwards or up. 

JluftaiJjjcn, " « t» cap; is.iini.i 

auffan-Cn , >^ -. l- to break by 
art; l'. -Jl 11 f f ,^ b r e 11. 

auftO^en, ■'. «- («dr.l (Sen >)ln, 

auffauen, '■. <.. to consume lu 
auftflUf,"'<-CS.P'-'itlf.) purchase 
n speculation, buying up. <!Bnd)evlldiet 

auffäufer, >"• (-*, i>i. -) (f- -"<»■' 

ne that buys up. engrosser, foreslaller. 

auffefleln, <■ n (@t,i<ffn„cii. «.. 
auffebren, "■ " '■ <" «»eep np. 

aUffebridlt " '-«■ l sweeping. 



90 



9Uif 



f. 9liiS(Pl)ri.Dt. 2. [-TOiii J »craping» 
f. ©tfrnft. 

2luffeimcn, " " <»• "■ i"") i- " 

(up), 10 spring out. 2. i to spring. t< 
rite. — n. (-«) germinalion. sprnnling etc 
SlufEeltf rn , ■>. «■ Pic Imnben ic 
-, ro press all ilie grapes etc. 

2lufEcrbf n, •• <•. '« """^ i>y notches 
aiuftettelnW"" toopentl,echai■ 
2l^f^?cttcn, S lat the door etc.). 

2luffeulen, "• " "> i""'- ''"<•<:'' 

on witli a club. 

mnftiiDiDen, "■ "■ <". »■ üim lotir 

"''aiu'fifittCn , .■ .'. >o cement o„ etc 

2lufEi$eln, ■• «-((JnifM.-.torons, 

by tickling. [fen, 

aiufetflffcn, .'-.■"> gop- 11- fill f 

21uftlaftcrn, " «• <$fU> -. tc 
2Iuftlammern , " « "> fasten on 

»itl, cr.n.ps; f. >;inflninincrn. 

2Iufflai)J)C,/-'P'--i»-«im9!i'rfe), 
facing; - (mil Jpilte), flap, -n, r. <i. 1. 
(J-ineil .'Jillt-, to bend up llie flap of a 
hat. 2 (Q-ini^ll) -, to lOiise from sleep by 
clapping or flapping. 

2lufflärcn, "• «• '• <» 'i'" »p. 

(•Jfliirriflfeiteil) -, to clarify, clear or fine. 
3. i a) (Urranä) -, to clear up, to bring 
to light-, to illustrate, to elucidate, h) to 
-nlighlen. 91 II f fl c f 1 nr t , enliglitened. - 
V. refl. @i(t) -, I. (iH-m -IDeiter, »iniiiiEl), 
1". fid) 91ufl;eitetn, ^l ii f l)el I e n. 2. i 
a) 10 clear up. h) (I'Din mtÜ<S>te> , to be- 



2lufElärcr, >"■ <-? ■ ;>'■ -> a- -■ n n) 

ilightener. - e . , /. mock-enlightening. 

aiufflnrling, -". (-«, p'- -f> t 

^UfElarUnq, /■ '• clearing up. 2. 
iP.ghtening; inte'llectnnl light. I)„ä J?ort: 



2lufeJatf*cn,-°(eincii)-,to 

rouse bv clapping, clacking, cracking elc. 
by cracking ,1 whip i f. Ä 1 n t f d) e n. - v. «. 
>u, w. ftin) to lall upon etc. with a clap, 
to fall clasliing upon etc. 

2luf6laubcn, ". «■ >■ to pick up. 

■-'. 1 i3tinAn6S 5fl)lfr) -, to scan. 3. (finos 
finger», by clawing. 

Sluftlcben, «■ «. to stick to; f. 

Mnfleben. 

SluftlCl'Cn, I ••■ " to paste to. to 
2luffleibCn,S paste up. on. upon. 

aiuffleiftcrn, " « ' i» paste up. 

Sluftlcttcrii, /'•• "• <"• » fi'i" 
2luffliinmen,S lu cumb ..p. - nn 

,£., lo Climb; r. .rvlctterii. flen. 

2luftUnaeIn, -■ «■ f. «i.ffcbei. 
Sluffltnffn, ■• «• ahiimi)-, to 



2Iufflirrcn, '■ ' 

open with a rattlin; noi 

2(ufeio»fcn, " 



3liif 

knocking, to break open. 2. ((Jlli 
trnee ic.) -, to set right again. 3. ( 
-, lo rouse (from sleep) by knock! 
knock up. 4. [tou-] (Dic"8nrien) 

2lufEnacfcn, "■ «. (3?ii(ie ic. 
2luffnoUen, ". <.. i. ((Jineu 

rouse (from sleep) bv a report. 2 



2luftnarren, f. «. (u. w. feim 

d'. Ihütcill, to open creaking orscreakin 

aiuffnaftfrn, ". "■ (•■. >v. f^in) 



aslufEnattf rn , 

epitate, lo crackle ( 



2luffnauj)eln, "• <«. i» pick open 

21 Uff nebcin, ". c l. lo fasten b 



2Iuff neigen, .-. «. lo open by pine 
2luftntrffn, I'. ". to break open 

aiuffnieen, "• «■ <Sie ^m» k» 

wear oul by kneeling, to wear hoi, 

2!uffniftevn° l. ^InfPnailern. 
2luff ncjtfen , "■ ". (einen 3(o(f ic 



2luff nüj>fen , »■ « 

Dlebi-.tohaug; (Jineii-fli 
to truss any one lo etc. 2. 
-, r. <!lufl)eftru. 3. to ui 
to loosen. 

aiufEniirren , "• "■ 



gently. 



aiiifbrnnfen. 

2luffDflCrn, »■ "■ lo roll upon. 

Sluffontmen, '>•■ »• ". ("■ ». irin 

I. (Bom *o^elll -, to gel up. 2. i {<Bpi 
einer ffr(infl)eir) -, lo recover, to get well 
- UDii (einer firnnfhcit) , lo recover of o 



patie 






thrive; - (Dim Tfjifreil), to thrive. 4. i 
ai - (I'on «ferfonen), lo prosper, to 
thrive, to get on. b) - (uon einem <3ie. 
br(iiift)e, einer 'yjio&e lO, to come up, lo 

(1 n f(l ef IMIllll en, the etc. is now in vogue, 
c) - InfTen (Sioeifel ic.) , to give rise or 

Sluffommen , ". <-«> - (eines 

Är.lufljeit) , recovery from etc. 

21ufPöntmIing, <"■ (-«. v'- -n 

upstart. 

2luffönnen, '■•. -. •>. <■»■ »bnbcn) 

to be able to get up. 

2Juff Ö^jfCn , " "■ [^'?.lM•) to head. 
2luffO»lfer, "-. ;-f,P'. -> Leader. 

21uff o»t>fln , '• ". (-'Ollll^f> -, '0 



aiuf 

2luffra£bjen, -° 

iiise by croaking. — n. 

2Iuffräftcn , <-• -. 



2lufEraUen, » «. i. lo seize «itb 

claws. 1. to scratch open. up. 

2tufEramEn, ■:. «nfr.uimeii. 
2tufframj>cln, «• «. i. (asodo -, 

to card again. 2. 'lllle -ajcfle -, to card 

Slufframjjcn , '■. « lo loose» 

cramp-irons. 

2luffräiiH)cn , <■■ <•■ ((J-mcii s>ut) 
'aiuftraecn, ••. «. i. i» scratch, to 

scralcli up, to scratch open. 2. (ifcfiii.) 
<(S|ne -Rdl)!) -, to smooth down with the 
nail; (tin« In*)-, lllltftm.] to nap (cloth), 
to raise the nap of etc.; Irltfct -, tZe(f)n.) 
to tease. 3. ((JiiiS, i. e. ein eHitf(f)en) -, 

2lufFrai^cr, "■ (-f. pl -> <■ 5iiif= 
2lufFräufetn,/ ». «. to cnri (up), 

2lufBräufCn , S l» frl^lc. to crisp; 
to curl again, to crisp again. Oliu'frnn. 

2lufEraufcn, "• ». m cnri. 
2lufercif*en , '■ "• (&n<m -, to 

2luffrctf4)en , ■■■ » oi ». mwd 

2luff rieben , ir v. „. (u. w. fein) 

to creep upward. 

2Iuffrifgcn, ". «. o i. to get on, 

up. ((Jinen £iiit) -, to get on; (eine il)i'ir) 
-, to get open. 2. (3tiiM Cernen !c.) -, to 

2IufPrtm»pn, ».>» [Wnr.) - (mm 
2Dinte), to keep pace against the sun. 

2(uff runtmcn , "■ <■. to bend up- 
2lufEünI>fn, ^ ...... and .,. i. &. 

2lufEÜn»t(<en ,S nem -, to give any 
one warning or notice. (Shieill Den Blenjl 
-, to give any one warning; gineni titc 
^Riellje -, feinem -OTietlmmiine -, to give 



ifinfti" 






Äiipitnl)-, to recall; (5-infm fie Sreiinö. 
fd)ilft -, to renounce any one's friendship, 
to break with a friend. 

2tuffÜn&iC!UnC? , /. warning (to 

tion, ffine nipnnflicfce - , a month's warn- 



9Iiiff nn6iqtin(i«brlc 


f. .". 1 


9Inff,inMflnncär<*r 


ibeii, ti. S 


a letter to give any one w 
auffUnft, /• reco. 

2Iufeüffcn, V. a. 

iljrnnen, Oemonl)« ihninet 


ery; f. -Ill 

1. (einem 
:c.i -. to ki 
ise from sie 


with kisses. 

2luflad)en, •• " '» 

break out into a laugh. - 


Mughout. 
r. ... (linen 


to laugh any one out uf s 

(Sorrtro.J («rinm«-, to t 


leep. — ». 



5iiir 

^Uflaben, >'•. r. ». l. to lade. load 
(opon); to pack up. - (iilf it., to put 
upou or on etc. '3. i a) (Jincn (iintfriDen«) 
-, to pick any one up. b) to lay on. 
e-iliem (JllBdä -, to burden any one with 
etc. ; (Jincm <!I(lf« -, to lay all upon one's 
back, to charge one wiili ; einem eiiif 
irnd)t (S(t)l,ioc -, to thrash, (o drub, to 
cudgel (e. ncc). 

ituflaOerw "■• <-f - p'- -> !<>»■)"■ 

2lufrOÖer,S packer. 

flllflnSerlolMl, ""■ loading, packing. 

2luflafle , J. 'Pl- -n) 1. - (eines 
93ud)e£) , edition, impression, ^etie - 
impression ; itni <!Berf) l)(it 6rci -11 afljnbt, 
ftlcttt, has gone thruugh three editions 

an impost on etc. 3. [5fc(f)t«fpr.) e-ilie (oe 
ti(l)tlicf)f) -, charge, Injnnction. summons 
©infin - tbiui, to issue a writ againsi 
one. t. collection (Of money). 5. meeting, 
conventicle, club. 

m\^flanc^en, «■ «. « hand up. to 

reach up. 

21ufIonqer, >"■ (-«, ;>' -> (/ 

-inn) I. he Ihat hands up. 1. flRnt 
futtock. 

Sluflärinen , » "• (einno -. i» 

wake up by a noise, to rouse (from sleep) 
by making a noise. 

astuffaffen, <>. » «■ to let get „p; 

to loosen. (Die Xljllr It.) -, lo leave open. 
3. [-TOill.] to give up, to abandon. 

2!uflaften, .. «. r. 9iMfiai.en. 
2luflaufrer, -"■ <-«, p'. -) i way. 

layer. 1. spy. eaves. dropper. 

3Iuf(aUern, •> " l. to lie in »m 
bush, einem -, to lay wait for any one. 
to waylay any one. 1. to spy. Qri Inueir 
im« 5e"'(1"tiil"f. "Clfo overheard, some- 
body is listening. 

3luflauf, '"■ <-e«. P' -'iiife) I 
(aSclfSO -, inmult, rout, riot. mob. 
uproar, 2. - (ber 3illfein , increase. 3. 
[ Äod)P. ] put!', paste, raised pastry. 

auflaufen, ■>. -• «■ i- (S^e jüse) 

-, fid) (fie gl'iBC) -, lo make sore by run- 
ning. 2. lo open (burst open) by running 

aiuflttUfCn, '••■ "• «• 10 w ICIM) 
I. a) - (U. giiifien), to swell; - (lu'lll 
SBnfTet), to rise; f. «Inlniifeii. b) to 
shoot, to bud. i. t - (l>. Slllfflt), to run 

• well. 3. - (iiDui fiöruet, utin ^etl Ji'igeii 



uffle 



bloated, inflamed; f. ^nlnilft'll; - (UDin 
teil]«, to rise. 4. [^Rnr.) lo run aground 

- nnf (eine ©nn&bniif it), lo run on; D.iS 
SdK - Iniien , to man the yards. 

aiuflaufer, -«. (-s, ,,r. -) i. oBnr.] 

younker, sailor. boy. 2. (fiodlf.J f. '31 it f: 
Inuf. 

'}luflaufc^en, »■ «. lo Msten d») 

— V. a. ({S-tlva^) -, to catch by listening. 

Sluftnuten, »■ ". (einfu) -, to 

rouse (from >.lce|>) by ringing the belU. 

Slufl/ltoiVfn, •- ■'■ H'fcr.] (Jineii 
5lu6 It. -, to beat up a river etc. 

2Iuflf ben, ••. n (u. w. frtu) -, luit: 



2luf 

2lufledcn, ■'■ «• 'o lap. to nck up 
Sluflcgen, "■ «■ '■ '<> '»y <>n. to put 

on or upon. ((S-itieni %Uttt it.) - eine 
Snftel, to put a saddle on etc.. to saddle 
einem «JJfcrCe ein >>iifeifen - , to shoe 
horse; itn eiboaeii - niif ic, lo lean one' 
elbow on or upon elc. ; ein <lifl.l|1er - at 
lt., to apply a plaster to etc.; einem 6ie 
iymie -, to lay hands on any on 
(5,irt>eiii, to lay on; 5ii'H) -, to p 
rouge, 10 paint; tier diibiif it.) lc(jt fi(() 
niif eie 3unfle niif, the etc. bites 
tongue; gcti - (u. iSrt)H>niieii) , l( to 
fat; eill (5)efct)ll() -, to mount a cat 
1. t äteueni -, to lay on, to in 
taxes; einem 95t)lPc t'd)ivfre öreiierii ■ 



eiS) -, tötender; (Ätitll'd)loeigcn) , to 
impose; einem fine a5ei()iii»lid)ftii - , to 

Srniicrd).i5Uiio - , to put »., country under 
contribution, i. (®d)iffe) -, to lay up, 
(2B(inren) -, to set out for sale. 4. 3ti ic. 
(Ill foe lent fem, to be disposed to etc., 
f. 'Jluffleleat. 5. 193.id)tniiD.l (»liditT) -, 

2luflcgung,y- layog »0 1^":-! i"' 
SJufteljnen, "• -•</'• •ät* -, i. ant 

upon. 2. (u. <)5felrDeil) to rear, to prance, 
lo be refractory, lätrt) afiU'll öl£ 93cnuillft 

3iufletcrn, »• <■ '• "> pi^y <>" 'i'» 

sleep by playing on the hurdy-gujdy. 

aiiiflciben, -• " 'o I'»"»»' i»p). 

f. *aufbiT()en. 

Jlufletmen, ■>• ■«• ' - ""f "•- '» 

glue upon etc. 1. to niiglue. 

saiufletnen, "■ "■ i^Biifdiei-, m 

Siuflefen, '-•• »• «• '■ to gather, to 
.ick up, llnrcil -, to glean ears of grain. 
o glean or le.ase. '2. i lo pick up. 

2iuflcud)tcn , " "■ 1" ri« "; 

plendent , to tlash up 

2tufliegen, '>• «■ « <" w, ivin) i. 

- (inf lt., to lie or lean on or upon etc.. 
o rest upon etc. 3u fcljir .1111 Oem ö)ebi(Tf 
• (u. liferHen), Offilf.J to bear too heavy 
n the bridle, to bore. 2 i a) - CO. SJe: 

have to do or to perform; f. Obi ie(] eit. 

Slufftcgcn, "•• ". «a «id) -, to 



2luf 



one's self sore, to get sore by lying, 


11, keeping ones bed. 




2IufIocEcn, -• '• 


lo alluie up. - 


«. f. -.Miiffrnufcm. 




2lufIotf ei'n , " •• 


(Die erce) -, to 


osen ; (nil »ett it.) - 


lo shake (up). 


2lufloöern. ■>• « 


(u. w. ffiil) 1. lo 


Sil up, 10 bla«, lo bla 


«up, loriseblaz 


g, to Dare up. ipod) - 


-(U.i.ef5bimme), 


mount on high. 1 t 


1> - (U. OilTfüllCM), 


grow angry, b) - ll) 


I'm Sortie), to be 



kindled. 

2IufIöfFeIn, ••• <i. i. lo take up 

with a spoon. 'I. i to eat up. 

SlufloSbarw <'*>■ ""d «rff- "■ - n'- 

2tufIÖälicb,^ SubiT.injen) , soluble, 
dissoluble, dissolvable, resolvable 2. t 
- (1). einet Slufgnbe) , solvable, -feit,/. 
solubility, dissolubility. 

Slufldfen, ».a. 1. to loose or loosen. 

to eviscerate, V, spread open, lo gut. 2. 
i a) to solve, eine <!liifg,il)e -, to solve a 
problem ; etn 9(.itl)fcl - , to resolve a riddle ; 

the plot of a play; (5(f)iBieviofeiten -, >o 
solve difficulties; g-rOijctl-, to solve or 
resolve questions; Oroeifel) -, to solve. 
dissolve or resolve ; cine Di(Tt)ll,lin -, [OKlll.] 



(5)li'id)tinfl -, (-Jllfledr. 



dis. 



p. eii.e 
ill S^tit) 



lip; tii'n ©tiint, Me (S)fi"enfd).ifr, 
to diNOrganiie a governn.eiil 

^overn.iKMit; cittctl 3,lllter -, 



«Saniic 



ei)e 



dissolve a marriage; nufjeliifet lurvS 
10 eipire, lo yield up tlie breath ; ill SIDdii 
eiitjiirfeii, aji'aiiil it. o u f o e l Ö fe t , ? c 

etc.; -, [(Il)eniie IC] «) (= 3er|'e^eiii 

into etc.; einen fiii-per m feine Seilii 
iljeile, Lflcmcnic -, lo resolve a body li 






ement.,. /J, 



lo dissolve, to liquefy, to melt; 

•OTitttl, [(Fl)fm., mtt.\ dissolvent; 
(Searijfe) - , to analyze ; -be Sel)i:(itt , ana- 
lytics; ill 'Jßiifi'et - (giu-bcii), 10 dilute, to 
mper. 

2luflÖfCn, " y^fl- ®id) -, 1. [eijem. 
.] to dissolve, to resolve; lo melt, to be 
melted. sajnjTii- liifl (id) lit öiimpf ,1 II f , 
T resolves into vapor. 2. i igift) -, to 
issolved; to be disorganiied ; fid) - (U 
lie It), to dissolve; (id) - (Li. Jvogeii 
to be solved; lo be cleared up; (felll 
iierj I ü fete fid) in Xljrniieti n u f , nielt- 



2luflÖ§li*,f-'!lnfl5sl.ni-. 

2lufIÖfung, /• <P'. -en» 1. loosen- 
ig, untying; ( 'aj.llCinfpf. J the act of 
pening, gutting. 2. t Öle - öeä j?lll)Ieil* 

nraveling of the plot; ine - (etiler rd)mte= 
idfii Snme, cities 3n'cifel«), ihe resolution, 
olulion (Of a difficnll qneslionl, solulion 
of a doubt); - rtller -JIniililbe, the solution 
1 a problem; - (U- öd)iyieriilfeiteil) , re- 
oluiion; - (einer tsneid)tiiig), (•Jllaebr.J re- 
olution; - De« lliietiMid)eii, l". '!l 11 (1 1 1) fi «; 
(u. »tüd)en), IsMrillim.l reduction; - 
B. Didonnuitii) , [-Witr.] resolution. .I- 



*J(llf 



f<yhpm. IC ] solution, diftsolution , resol 
tioii. decoinposiiion. Die - De« <H5n(Ter6 
!C. in feme »cflnuCtlieilf , llie nnalysi 
water etc. ; - <Kf Sof^f») '" 2B(ifTet 
luting, tempering, diluiion; - (cillcS 
flf« !C.1 , 1 niiBlyiing. 4 1 a) - (finer 
(5(n"elirrf)(if[ ic), di.ssolution. b) (= lob) 
dissoluiioii. end. 5 [gljeiii.J (Bit nuf.ie. 
idfete i£ubilniij> solution. 

■JliifilM'iinafi'ciel'cnljeit, /. caia- 
stroplie . cataslropliy. 

sjluil öfiinnSfrnfe,/. (Cheni.] powei 
of dissolving. 

<llnflöfiin<i6riiii(l, /. mmt). ic] 
«lie science nf analysis, analytics. 

'31 II f I JTll II q e 1 c t| t c ,/ (SPdif J analysis. 

«lMfli>fllMn«inittel, .,. d.ssolvenl. 
<lissolver. uienslrnuni; [qj?eb.) «lissolvenl, 

-JlufliM'illin'SKirfKM, n. [«illflfj B 

2(uflötften, •-'. ... 1. - (.lufic), to 

sod.dt-r to. upon. 2. to unsoilider. 

üJuflüften,^ „ ,„ If, „„„,.,„. 
3(uflü»fen/ ' "^ '"• 

SluflÜgi'n, »■ a e-niein ^tiD.if - 

2lufmncben, ■>•«• i- loundo. (dii 

iliiir ic. -, 10 open. <9;ii|Tf) -, to cract 
(.fiiu'itn, ®rf)lcifrii) -, to undo, to untis 

S5l(lf(f)C) -, to uncoik. "2. (Q-tmuS -), I 
put up; - (Hilf L'S. nil to, 10 put on et 
3. (©lilt Sleibi -, to turn up. 4. ... ... I 

«ntch. 5. f. 9lufi|.>ieleii. 

aiufmadjen, >• reii. sidj -, to gi 



2(ufmablen, .>•• "■"■ i .m g.ind aip) 

all. i. t >Jiuf,jcni.il,lenl)„bei, ,i.. < 

2Jufnin(l))len, «../• i- «• i(5ine 

Sorlcin -, 10 tOMsume il.y pain.ing). 2 
<(5-|M Pifinnlbe) -, to touch up. to refresh 



Slufmadnen, 



2lufmanqfn, •>■<•■ f. siufroiien 

2lufinnvf(t), '"• <-f*. P> -nmrr.Dei 
2lufinag, n. (-f*, Pl- -<) over- 

aiufinäftcn, ■•■ « f <)»nnfn. 
2Jufmaucrn, ■'■ « to üuim ivitii 

brick, to build up witli stone. (G^illcTOnucr 
IC.) -, to raise, i. (.JUIeil .«,llf !c.) -, to 
consume in building. 

3(ufmOUei'ung,/ - (nuer »TOnuft 

Slufmetgfln, »<•■ ' ((snunf) -, 

to 0|R.„ «111, a chisel. 2. (G-Illxi«) - nilf 
IC , lo cl.i.el on etc. |lll en ,1 f 11. 

aiufmcngen, c «iHeuflcn, »er. 
Slufmf ngfeJ , >. .-«, v'- -) med- 

ley, r. (innunafel. 

2lufmcrfen, "• «■ <■»■ » boiien) to 

give e.ir 10. to listen to. to attend, to 
listen. - (,iiif !>.), to attend (to etc.). 
to mind, to heed, to marli. — v. a. to note. 



9luf 

to note down, lo mark ; f. -Jl ii f i e i cl) 11 c ll, j 
>Jliif(d)tcibeii. 

aiufmcrfcr, ".. (-«, ))'• -) i. 

listen....-, observer; f. 3 " I) 6 r e r , »or 
(t)cr. 2. lie thai notes. 

2lufmerffam, «.'/• altentlve. I.eeJ 
ful, advertent, iiilenl. -fem nilflc, t. 
advert to elc; lucilll Oeilinllb nilf !C. - iff 

d)CII auf IC. , to draw tlie alteiiiion to. t. 



idv. attentively , 



-, -lul), 
■feit, /. 

- rirtitcii nuf 



2. ivi. -.11. - .aeiK" ic. 



2lufmcffen,'r f.... l.lSnuMmnHfd).) 
granary,. 2^ f. 3 u in e 1 fe 11. 3. ± ((Jilicil 

Slufmifcben, "■•'. to mi» ..p, agaii 

(Sill äilfi aScill !C. -, to hll up a cask . 



Slufinuntcrcv, 
2Jufmuntei*n, t 



aiufmuntcrung,/ <p' -m ."• 

ing, ci.eeriiig (up,; eiic.uragement. 

21ufmünjen, "• .. lo coin up, 
sMufmurreii, "■ «. «etneio-, 

2JufinÜffcn, ». „. IS-r mugnu 
lie must get up; cie ll)lir , Mi jjciulcr 
limp ,1111, = iiii.ü.iii|i)eiii,i(t)t lutröi 
D6. nufijctieii, i. il II fill art) en, -Jl li 
(jelje.i. 

Slufmu^en, »■ « i- to d.ess u 

f. 51uipiiu.ii. 2 1 l( (g-iiieiii ©iiuas) 
aiufnagCln, «■ a. to na.l an. upo 

älufnagen, ■-■ «■ i. to open 



Slufnotien, .■■ «• l. ((Simn« nm cm 
Kteib) -, lo stw 00. 2. (SMtleii 3rotrn) -, 
to consuiue by sewing. 

Slufnabme, / '/''. -m i. taki.ig 

«p. 2. i a, - ..liifr SllUllllc), borrowing, 
r. '31 u file 1)111 en. b, -(cince 5rriiiiDe6 lo, 
■eception. c, (3uhl|Tllllfl) admittance, ad- 
nission ; - (bei ijieii"«'ll.'ei;li) , aftiliation; 
- (jii (jcnieiiifrtiiiitlid)eni iBürilieile) , as- 
iociation; — iiu i^lllDee lätiiri , adoption. 
I. 3n - feilt, to be in favor; tn - brinocii, 

impiove; to bring into vogue; in - foni. 
lltll, lo gain credit, to prosper, to ihrive. 



2hif 



aiufndftren, ". «• to i.ring u 

iiifntieru, Mnfiicben. 

2lufnafd)cn, »■ «■ m c^pen 

itingda.nt.es; f. 58 e r n ,1 f rt, e n. 

aiufnetintcn, ir. v. a. i. t to 

1, to pick up; lil)P.] lo take up. 
r - ('Mnidicni, lo take up. 2. i; 
ke up. Sen 5(iDen feiner Siebe loieSi 



Cie 5,il)rte -, to 
ti. ("iräd)!!!] loeröcii) 
uceive. to be big «litli youi 
((5-in Selb ic.) -, to lake 



. /i). 









It upon paper, (ajerjeidiniffe 
-, to draw up; a-iiodiä (j. ». SSnnreii) - 

to make a list, catalogue or schedule o 
etc.. to in.ike .in inventory of etc., to in 
veiiiory; (Jiediiinnaen) -, to audit; ii 
cine 3(ed)llllll{J -, toadoiillnto an account 



harbor ; {©(iile) - (u. SSjirtheii) , to lake 

Uli .KiiiDrt iSrott -, lo adopt; ai# Sehrling 
-, to bind an apprentice, f) ((Jtnjciä gilt 
I'b. iibell — , to receive, to take. Qx II i III in t 
to fliii i)b. I'eljr libel niif, lie takes it in 
good pan, or, he lakes it very ill; - für 
ic, to lake for etc.; ((Jtiun«) flit ob. dl« 
(iril(l -, 10 lake in earnest, g) - nl« IC, 
10 think, to consider. 5d) lufrbe e« nl« 
cine (jroiJc (i|)rc -, 1 shall look on it as 
a great honor, h) [aijein. IC.) -, In fid» -, 

äicll -, to grow, to prosjier. to thrive. 

^lufnebmen, >.. (-«> taking up. 



ifnel,ii 



2lufncl)mung, / f. % 
2lufncbmer, .«- (--s 

ilufnefteln, ■>. .■ i. t 

; II. (Diebci -, to hang, to i 

Slufntctcn, >'. «■ igtimi 
21ufnij)»>en, « » to «i 

vay. 

2lufnötbigfn, f .. 

uibrinacii. 

sMufnottrcn, v. „. lo 
2lufo:>)fern, ». «. i. t, 

sac.iUce. lO oiler up. 2. } 
inn filltc Me (Sic|"iiiiDI)cii iiic b 



...rge, to 

I ascrniiii. 
ne's aelf; 



sacrilice one's life (for etc.). 
JUufOJjferUng, / l ImmoUlion 

21ufOrflCln, ■> «•. I- «Jin Ciebi - 
play on' (lie organ. 2. ((Jiiieil) -, 1. 
use I coin sleep by playing on the organ 

2luf»n(fen, ". "■ i. tifinio«) -, t. 



iluf 

tiacK up. 2. 1 C ") leiie.l*) -, 10 n.ab 
Willi elc. b) clS-iiieiO -, lO pick up. 
'Aui U.I, to pack upon. 4. i f. '31 il t 
i e II. ä. to unpack (goods). — v. n. t 
tiot'^Mi 10 patk otr Ijag and baggage. 

2lufval>nen, ■>• t» go »loft 
^üfpap»en, » »• i to p»st 

2. - nilf :t to paste upon etc. 

OlufVaffen , r, ». - >,iif u. , 



2lufvaf?cn, "• "■ i«. «• H'lti'") 

(.t.ip mnn llld)I jnui U.l, to take ca 
- uün6 (5-iner fafli), to attend cioi, 



Siuf^ofauncn, ■>• «• (^mcn. 
auftragen, o- «• "• i(J"v,i 

^lȆllJen IC-l -, to stamp or siuke 01 
2. 1 to imprint, slanip on. 3. f. 



ÄDhii. P 11 fie «"f, 



waylayer, spy. 2. gate-keeper; Mcise- 

Mufpauten, »■ - l- "> perform 

ettle-druni. 2. ( Giufll ) -, to rouse 
roni sleepi by beat,ng the kettle-drum. 

JluftjCitfciCn, f.«. to «hip up; 
. open by «hipping. 

2Xuf»>faftIen, t.. ., to fix on a pale, 
1 empale, to put on a paling. 

2luf»feifen , ir. 



Stii(fd)cii 



ic. 2. idmi 
perform oi 



pipe 



(rii 



<emcKniioiie) -, to mount, 
plant; (Die gnliiie) -, to set 
111« (luf It- (ititgepflnnjt. 
planted on etc.; £al1[llieil .) 
llnu<) -, to plant cannon as 
,iui(it tMlniiJt it'om !8.il)Dni 

^uf»>fleacn, •>■ "■ 'o 
2luftjflt)tfen, ». n- ■■ 

2luT>fIügen, f « 1 1 

— V. 71. to sliike against etc 

2tuf^jfro}jfcn, 

bflunie .Qnvm -, to 



. &lllrlM 'Sin 
aft on a pea 



2lufj)i*cn, r . 
aufljidfn, 11. a. 

\>- - <" P'^'^ open, tc 

atufuinfcJn, ■>• « 

>ake bv cbatteruig. 

2lufvtattcn, " ■ 

irs. . lo burst open, t( 

3luö)lauöcvn, 



2luft>od)cn, < 



2(uftjoItevn, »• »■ 

use (troin sleep) by lual 



f. iUuifdjuxi 

wake by knock 

((Sineii) -, IC 



ng a 



asiuf »ratlen , 



rebound . to 



3luf*>raffftll, - ". (u. w. uni) 
ackle up. 

2luftiraficn, <■•(• <'■ Siivr.y]<i 

JlufprCllen, "•«. to toss or jerk u 

2luf*rcfFen, v. a. i. ((jimnä) -, 

amp. imprint or impress on etc. 3. 
■ess against. 4. to press open. 5. 9111 
, to press all ilie (slock of) grapes et< 

iUuf^Ji-oben , t "■ «■ >einen si 
21uf»>robirt'n,S -. to iry on. 

2luft)VDÖCn, re- iäli:llll.l to limb 



2lufrou*crn, 



atufrauftcn, - ... 

vBli'itf iurt) -, I". 'JltiiEmBt 



Slufvhumen, "■ ". I- to dear away, 
remove, lo lake away; to set or put 
order, to arrange, to clear. (Jiu Snij« 
CpnilDel] to clear. 2. 1 a) lo enligliten. 
i^i'll Äopf — , to clear the bead. b> (= 
ijjluiitetii, aCeaiiiijtiieii) to plunder; to 



2Iufraffen, 

I rake up. (CciltC) -, to pick up. 2. i 
liEuiijfeitdi) -, to pick up. 
3lufrOffCn, v. ,efl gid) -, l. Siet) 
, to gather one's self up quickly, to gel 



aiufx-agcn, ■> n. to jut on ingh 

se high. 10 overiop, f. (5' m I» t' r r il fl 

^ufrauttneii , "• " 'o open by 

- ill ramming. [up 

Slufranten, « »• iStx.) to creei 

21ufX*0fCn, f. n. u. «. leni) to star 



2luf 
2lufra<tcln, "■ <<. >. 

}tn with a lattliiig. 2 (u 
itlle aloud. - V. a. giiiei 

Slufraucbcn, <•. <•■ i 

■ in smoking, lo smoke ii( 

2lufi*aucben, f. «• i- 



«3 



2luftjruöeln, r.«.r.äiut ranne». 


empty, c) lliitet frill ieintili(t)cii S?mc - 


2Jufvrüfleln, ". «■ emen -, to 


worn &tl(bä^t}, to thin the ranks of the 


iiake any ime get up by cudgeling. 


enemy. 3. [ietlin.] Cniä 3iiiii>n,d) - , lo 


2Iufj)u5ern, ■> « i. <» pow.ier 


pick. 


again, to new powder; to powder «ell. 


2tufi*äumei', m. ,-i. pi -> istt, 


2. (aSerpiitenn to consume in powdeiing. 


l,lll,-,n..J rsmer. 


2lufvujn»en, » " i- lo pump up. 


2lufTauf(*Cn , f n. u.. «. frm, to 


,0 Leave up. 2. i J lo borrow. 


rush up; to fly open, lo r,se rustling. — 


2Juft)UfitEn, '■ '. 10 blow up, 1. 


V. a. (enu-n) -, to rouse <tVum sleepi by 


aiifbl.ifeii.-aiiblnfcn. 


a rustling noise. (to eipectoraie. 


2Iuf»U$, '«. I-«' l.dres.ins up. 


2iufvaui>crii , -■ « to hawk up. 


decking, adorning. J.altire, dress, lin.ry ; 


i2luh'Ccl)Cll,»....io.«keup.C,e(Sri)£ 


ornament; iiappings. -en, i.. a. 1. to 


-, lo loosen Willi a lake. 


d.ess np. to deck, loado.n. to decorate, 


2lufTe4»nCn, ■■. «. to reckon up. 


lotnck np, otr oroul. old) -, lo trick 


eiimu (imai -, to charge to one's ac- 


one's self up etc. . .o dress one's self. 


count; .jcgellfeltlj) -, to co.upensate. — 


-■. (Slron«) -, to fit up; to make clean or 


v.n. 1. ')KlI 1)6. fltfltll eiu.lllll«- -. 10 setlie 


bright; 10 b.usli up. to perk up; to 


accoiiiils. 2. |. -a uf ill 11 It' II. 




Ülufl'CcftnUnq, /. reckoning up. 


2luffluatcn, - ... i©uicn. -, to 


2tufrecl)t, ■dj. »<(.. i. updgi,.. 


rouse Itrom sleep, by croaking. 


erect; siraight; t«i.t.) erect. 2. i in good 


"Jluffluolnien, "■ « <" «. ivui 


spirils. courageous. - l)illlcll I'D. erl)illtcil 


to lise as vapor. 


to nianilaiu; lo keep up. lo sustain; igo 


JUufaucIlcn, "■ «■ «■ m. «. leuu 


ncii) - crljiiircii, to sustain; - jii erl).ilie:i 


1. - (uom ajniier), to spring up. to bubble 




up. to well. i. to swell ,up). to lise. 


«usia, nable. -I),iliuiifl, -erhnltuiifl 




/. maintaining, niaintenauce, keeping up 


V. a. -, - ni,l(t)eil, 10 cause lo swell in 


sustaining, support, -h niter, m. (-5 


water, 'lo soak np. 


p(. -) mainiainer, sustamer. supporter. 


2lufauetf*Cn, «• «■ to squeeze 


aiufretfcn, o.a. i. to hold up. (iie 


open, 10 open by squeezing. 


$.(111(1)-, to lift, to lift np. (Die Oljrr.i) 


älufaUirlCn, " " to iwlrl again. 


-, to pr.ck. to pnck up. i. lo reach forth 


to beat up Willi a tw.rling-stick ; to whisk 


JUufreöen, >'■ •'■■ ■■ i» .nsiigate; ,- 


(eggs); to mill (chocolate). 


>2t 11 Ihr He 11. 2. tiiufiii 6iiu.i6 -, to pi ess 


2lufl'aDeIn, " « to reel. to vind 


uponet.'. bypeisuasion,r.anfra)m(19eil 


on a reel. 


Jlufl'CflCn, •■ a. 1. tosiir. 10 rouse 



2iufrcgei 



i-i, pi 



. agil 



2iufrertung, /. stimng up. agna- 

2lufrCÄCn, ir. «.«. l. to mb open. 
(Die »nut» -. lo gall, to fret. 2. lo rub 
up. (5-iueil JilBDPteil -, to sciub a floor. 
3. ltii(t)iii.] f. äluftrueeu. 4. (Ij-me 
«flibe ic.) -, to apply hy rubbing, ö. 
|l«(i(ter] (Den ieig) -, to knead well. 6. 



y4 



yiuf 



^illlf 



to |ia(e. (Sllle 5>in.cil) -. to erind. 7. i 
- (OJ!enfrt)(ii, iljitco, lo desuoy, lo carry 
off. ro »weep away. 

JlufrCibUtlfl, /. destrucuon, f. 

2lufrcic^en, "■ <■• «> iiand up. 
2lufi'eiljen, ■>■ «• i)3eticn lo -, lo 

2lufVCt6en, ir. «. a. l. a» to rend. 
to tear open, up, to rip open, to rip up, 
lo burst, to slJi, lo cliink. (Den *Jlcfer) -, 
to break up; (6n6 Xiid» -, IXudiin.J to 
teasel (6en »KCeiD - (UOtll ffl3.i(Ttn, to 
to tear, to fret; (Die ^niiiie) - (uom gi-ofti 
lt.), to chap i iCie ©ree) - lu. Dei' Siirre., 
to chapi (Einö »TOiiul) -, melt -, to open 
wide, to gapei Dfiö «Pfliifiei; (iii einem $t'fe 
to -, to remove tlie pavement, b) to open 
Willi violence. (&inetl)iiric.) -, to tl 
open violently, to lliugopen. 2. i toski 
lo draw. [SUtd)il.] ((Sni CiJelinuDei - 
diaw and describe the face of etc. 

2lufVCißCn, ir. .'. ren. ©Irt) - 
to lie lorn open. '2. to lise suddenly 
^cl up quickly. 

■ühifrctßc", "■ "• "• '»• "■ 

(i>. in (S-vCe, Ceil ijiiiifeu) , to chap, 

SlufVCttCn, ir- V. ... <u. w. fein) 
<l'. Cit J5ill)(i(lerie), to nde up in a line, t 
draw up. — V. reH. iSid) -, lo chafe (b 
riding) ; et l)(lt fill) (infflcrilleil, he wa 
galled by riding; em 11 II f GCri 1 1 e II e 
(JifevO, a galled hoi»e. 

2lufvcijen, ■>• <>. ... to rouse, t 



aufrcijunfl,/- 
2lufvcnnen, t. 



IKl) iCie'tfilBe) ■ 

- V. .1. [«llt.J 



2lufrifl)tcn, "• "• '• i» "'"^ ' 

make stand upriglu. iDeil Jiopf) - , t 

sei up, to erect, lo raise; lem @il)iif) »>1S 
Oet-, 10 right; Der -De O^iiifEcl, I'llnni. 
erector. 2. 1 a) to establish, to make, t 
cieatf, to found. (3{efl.mellteO -, to raise 

blish a covenant; (SceiinDfiljilfl UlllG-lllCni) 
-, lo form or couiract. ü) ((Sineili -, It 
comlort. to console; lo support. X)A6 cllt) 

the spirits or courage. — v. reft- ^\<i) - 
to rise, to gel up; [-M^ir.] to riglil. laid 
IUI «ctt« -, lo raise one's self in bed. - 
n. I-*) 1. a selling upriglu, raising. - (el 
lies (aebliuDei), erection. 2. 1 a) raising 



«aufriefe m-, 



ä , ;((. -) ('Jlmit 



3tufricfettfl, ■"ij- I. "ue, pu, 

rely, candidly. ~leit,j: I. pureiie; 
ncerity, siacereiiess. caudidness, upright' 



2lufrieflcln,i 
2lufvingcln , 

ngleis. (Sie^iiatei 



2tufringen, ■>. v. nß. ©id» -, to 

^ise one's self up with dtfliculty, to get 

p. to struggle upwards. 

2lufrtg, »'. (-fie^, pi. -f,e, .ketch, 
raught; ['Jlrd)!!.] elevation. -Der pcnpefs 
liird)e -, scenography; Dec flcüniciri|'(l)e-, 
rihography; -, (e)e™-l const, uciiou. 

2lufti$Cn, " <>• "> excoriate, lo 
lit; — (i>. Der Altlllet , to chap. 

2lufröcl)Cln, ". <■. i^«,m - . to 

[>use(froiii sleep) by ratlliiig in the throat. 

Slufi'odcn, '• »• (5idd)« ic.) -, to 
aiufroUcn, ■> «. i. i» rou, to .on 

p. (Die Soifeii) -, lo put up, (Den 23i)r> 

3. (ailllniflllflen) to roll , press or ...angle 
ilresh. — n. reft, girt) -, lo unroll, to un- 

llieMl aicrl)nnfle U.) , lo ri.se , lo be raised. 

«Miifroftcn, -. ■<• m. w. ivm, to 

SMufrÖften, "• «. lo roast or loasl 

aiufriirton, "■ ". '• lo '""■" "p 

*ard, to pull up; ('»cere) -, [(4)ai'ient.l lo 



Sioilll.lllec,-, to advan 

Stufi'uöcvn, "• 



2lufruf, '«. (-'•';. v'.-o "Umg up: 

ivitalion. Iler ()ilid)llid|e -, su.umons. 

2tufrufcn, " "■ «■ i- 'o »aii .,p, u 

p. (5-1I1 Sciuiriiiminiet jiiiu Ini.je - , ic 

sk a lady lo dance; le-meil) JUUl 3eunei 



2lufrul>Cn, »■«■ lo rest ».■ repose ..n 
2lufru()l*, •"• l-iä) 1. uproar. gre..t 
iiuult. 3iii - fem (tuMii ajlurej, to be up; 

an uproar. 2. 1 rebellion, sedition, 
uiiny, lun.uli, riot. Die l)nii|1iicrioeii 3us 

.1 uproar; tiMen - erceoeii, to raise a se- 



uproar. (riot-act. 

!Uuftul)c<iHe, /. leiifll., 9ii'tDnni.) 

SliifctilicaeMlW 

<UufruDr|inn,J 

SUulrulirllllleC, m. incendiary 
braod, agitator. 

•!lufrill)rfU(l)I,/ sedulous len.j 

9liifrui,r|ii«tia, ...y. muiiuou, 
ditiouH, disposed to sedition. 

2lufrül)i-cn, '•• «• '• iG-nun«) 

slir. 10 stir lip. iDui'cr i&ff (Jl(lrt)l 






DBtece), meiiii Stürme iljn -, when worked 
ip by stor.us. 2. i a) (Die eeiDciifdiafteiO -, 
stir up, to wo.k up; (Dn« SBoir; -, !• 
.tir up to rebellion, b) lo stir, to agitate ; 
10 mention (again), (©iiien ®treit) iDieDec 



atufi'uljrer, 



-i,pi. 



-ifd), aiufri 



ifd), 



rebel; tumultuous; — ird)e ^orlf, seditious 
words;-! I'd) eSdiriften, inflaniniaiory libels; 
-ird)e 53elDegilllfl, stir, seditious uproar; 
-il'd)e SülfäDcmegiinneii, faciious tumultsi 
b) ado. tumultuously etc. 

2lufrUn}eln, ". «• to unwrlnkle. 

2lufruvfen, "■ «■ Upmni.) .o rub 
2lufriiften, ». n. m. w. ijudcid to 

erect a scaffolding. — d. a. ((Slit 3immet) 
-, 10 fit up; I. 3nr ii |ten. 

2lufnitfcfeCn, »■ "• (n. w. fem) to 
slide against elc. 

2lufrütteln, »■ •'■ i- <emeii) -, to 

rouse by shaking. 2. {GtidiiS) -, lo shake 
up. 3. lo ope., by shaking. 

2Iuff(lt>eIH, >•. ,.. to open with a 

Sluffatfen, -. «. ©mem S'iiv,;ä -, 
to burden any o.ie wilh etc.; (Juum >!lÜeB 
-, to lay every thing on another's back; 
fnife Dit nid)t iiiel)t (iiif, nlä Du trnacu 
fclllilll, burden not thyself above ihy power. 

aiuffaen, -• «■ to «ow upon e.c; I 
Siieii. 

aiuffagen, .-• "• l. l» »ay. to re 



Uflllfnaell, without previous nolice; f. 
luffiiuDiflen. 

3(uffagen, " l- rehearsal, recta 
on 1. warning. 

Sluffaqen, » « i- to sa» open. 2. 

{%\\fi $1)1 Jl -, to saw, to saw up. 

aiuffalbCn, "• «■ 1 to consume by 
lying. 2. to put oiut.neni on. 
SMuffalien, »• «. to san alresi,. 



Sluffamineln, 



glean ears u. 
corn, to glean. 2. ± (9i(Miofnren, -. lo 

2Juffammler , "•■ t-«, >>'• -> s»ii'- 
2Iuff(i#iflW «''>■ ■•'•i"""i' ••>''^"" 

2luffä«ifl,S e-iuem-fem, to bea, 

ill wisher. 2. f. "!D i D er | pe iijl i fl. Sluf = 
füeinfeit,/; ill-will, animosity. 

SluffOttcIn , '■ «• (^leroe ic. -, to 

2luffa)&, '". (-'^ P'- -Id^e) 1. head, 
piece (of a pipe); any ll.i..g screxv^ed o.. a. 
he end; topknot. - (nuf eme2Qa||ertuiii^), 
Outage; -, [91r(J)it.] panel; - (jum Bopi" 
d)iiiU(t>, head-dress; - uuii geDern , pin- 
uage; — (an Sptegeht) , top; — i>oii ^or> 
ellilll IE., a set of China or other ware, 



^^luf 



'iluf 



95 



plaie; - (Dil Jdnienii 

ilig. composition, pape 
rcllrf) , plan . skelcli, i 

2luffäubcrn, 

2luffauern , >• 

3Juffaufen, •■ " 

up. 

iUuffaugcn,"-.! 



aiuffougen, 



2luffaufcn , 



2luff*0bCn, "■ " 1 to scrap 
scrape up. 'I. lo »crape ag.aiii. 3. to h^ 
open. 10 open by scraping. 4. to scrape 
entirely away. 5. to fret l>y scraping, 

2tuffcbaQCn, ■>• « lo resound 
sound up; I. erfrtinileii. 

2luff*anjcn, "• ■■• 'o neue 

llirow up. 

2luffd»arfen, »• a. i. a, to 

open. - (em lljier), (2eiiitimrpr.J to open. 
D> to excoriate. ^i1^ ~, excoriation \ (ft 
^flllt) -, to scratch sliglilly; fut) Clt Jp.ui 

Oentc.)-, to sharpen again. (CS-ilieii OKlllJI 

3luffcbflrren , ». <■• i. to scrap 

open, to open by scraping. 2. to scralcl 
or scrape up. 3. (df @TDej -, lo loosei 
by scraping. 4. ± Cyetö -, to scrape up i 
sun. of money; i. 3 ufiliii m en i d) (ir r e 11 

2iuffd)0uen, »■ »• i- to look up 



ishi 



3. >}lufaef<t)<iui! take care! 

2tiifffl>aucr, r. >uiiifci)ei;. 
2luffd>auern, -• <• i« start up 

sbuddering. 

2tuffcl)aufcln, ■>. a. to sliovel up. 

2luffdjaumcn, '■■ » <u. ». i).iijen) 

1. 10 foam up. to froili. 2. ± to foam; f. 
Slufbrnnftn. 

JluffdjcHcn, "■ ». (eiiieiD-, to 

rouse (trom sleep, by ringing a bell, lo 
ring up. 

iUuffdjcrcn, "• " i. [sasiti.j ts,!» 

Gl.irii) - to waip. 2. [-Mnr.J to coil up. 

2luffc^eudien, ». «. iSM. ^ell^ 

scare a»ay; to frigliten up. 

2luff*eUCl-n, '■ «• l- >o .cour; to 
scour again; to scour up. (BilS öiei'djirt; 

2lu.ffdji*tcn , »■ «• <« pne up. 

(ipt.lil -, to stack, to pile; ijpeu ic, -, to 

stack. [olf etc. 

Slufffbifbtiar, <"<;• that may be put 

Sluffcfeteben, i^.v.a. i. - iniit:i;.), 

to shove upon etc. 2. t to deter, to put 
off, to postpone, to delay, lo procrastinate; 



10 adjourn, to prorogue, frov. all 
1(1)0 De II 111 iii(t)I lUifonii'tieii, oinitiai 

(S-in Seniler -, to lilt the sash. 



SI II f irt) 1 et> (ei r I n o,'n. umbrella-ruMUer 

2luffcl»ifl'ting ,(i m. (-«, p(. -e 

SiuffcfeÖblinfl , S l^lrrtlll.J chant 
te. [procrastinnlion . delay 

SiufffbieJ'Unfl, /• adjournment 



aiuffcbielen, > 
iUiiffdjicnen, 

2lufTd)ie^en, 

(SecrnieBeii) to co 
3. [«incl to coil up. 
Ihicren, *il.i 



2(ufl"(*ifT'en, 



3luffcbtmmern,"."- to glimmer up, 
2iuff*inJ>en, » "ft- at(b -, o .c 

lb olf or tear oue'b skiii> 

2luffd)irrcn, • ,. ■. i.amess; i 

.11(11. rren. [i.as.ily. 

3Uiiffcl)labbcvn, "• "■ to lap uf 
2luffii)lafl, >"• C-E6, pt- -Aiti 1. 

rikiiig or beating upon; turning up; 
lOHufit) arsis. 2. Dct - (n.i einem jpnie), 
:ock. the turning up; Die »Uutjdtlöfle a, 

(in Kleiferii) , facings i \» ((111 armen.), 
:uffs; cj (on (äi.eielii) , top.; iiiii aii.f: 
irtinaen iieneneii, -Jl u fl"(t)l(i()e fege.i iiii 

Rle.üer), to face. 3. ISh.r.] cataplasm. 






I goods, c; piiblii 



Siuffc^lagen , t. h. «• i a, „ 

rike upward. ((S-i.ieii iifit), eine fi.irie) - 

eH Siotf) -, to turn up, (einen ^ni; -, u 
irn up, to cock; (KleiStn - (mil •1tii| 
IdlbiO'ii iieciel)f.ii) to lace, hi i&iii »eiii - 

n 3eU> -, to pitch; («iioeil 2C.) - , tc 
t up; e..l l^ierutl -, to erect a scaffold 
s; (iile »illleiij -, [ilip.J to knock up 
t a) (Cie lUnanl) -, to lilt up, to turr 
; nut (luffle 1(1)1.10 e neu »Uufleit, witli 

igb; eine helle fi.KSe - , to set up a 



illieöl.iueä-, to unstrand arope. — r. reyf. 
Sl(tl ^ell ifi'ui -, to bruise one's head. 

2Iuffd)ta(ien, f». i. m. w. iwsem 

■Hilf IC. - , lo fall upon elc. violently- to 
beat. 3. 10 spring up, to turn up. 4. (u. 
w. I)nl)en) t - (u- ICnfireni, to rise, tc 
rise in price Sn« -, rising in (Hie) price 

>Üllff(t)l.lgelll(t), n. a book that one 

91 11 f|- (1)1.1 a el) 1)1 J, ... [ä(felie.6.1 sleeve. 

•!liiff(l)l(iflef(t).iiifel,/. l^oDt.) Ileal, 
hoard . ladle (-board). 

31uffc])läminen, ■>■«■ i to deposit 

mud. 2. (5-Mie 5(i>l)re l(. - , lo cleanse a 

iJliiffd)liin(?ern, «■ reß. äi.D -, 

to serpenii«. 

äluffdjlCrfen, r- auflerfen. 
2luffcl)letern, ■'■'•. to nnveil; f. 



2luffd)Ietfcn , 



iUufffbleinmen , r , 

2. TO squande 



I'Saii.ljm.j 



it}ül)niinG ((1.1 e.iiciu 
•s sell. 3. (J)e.i edjul)) 



i.uni ':UteiDe i)ie.$iufetfen- 
0ni iß.iner) -, iSfvir 



to open by sinking, (iljurei.) -, lo break 
open; (3iüj|e) - , to crack; (e.ll g.lpi -, 
o unbnng. b) lo unfold; to open, (inne) 
-, I'ffinr.J 10 unlay; (ein JSutt))-, to open, 
o consult; (eine Stelle, em Wttt) -, to 



f(t)! 



2iuff(^lciiöern, '• <■ i to Hm,; 

pward. lo throw up with a sllilg. '2. to 
open by a throw. — r. n. (u. w. fein) lo 

strike upwards. - ni.f je., to strike (up)on, 
against. 

2Iuffd>li*ten, f- iiufrih.iDten. 
2luffd)lic#en, <r. »■ -. i. id», 

5(tlli^6) — , to open (with a key) ; (eme 



; to explain. (S-ineni |"ein iperj - 
laid) - ((.. SJInmeiii, to o|ien . lo ex] 

2iuffcljlie#er, -«• <-s, /./. -) 

II) one that unlocks, a turnkey. 

aiuffcfelingcn, ir.v.a. i. .o f 



.in ic. (0. cmcr Siebe. 6em e-pl)en), to cree 
up. 2. lo be loosened (Der K.) I'd) I 111.] 
fidjllMf, is untying. 

Slufffblißen, o «■ 'o np. to n 

up. (SeOfrlii -, to split; (Me >JJilfe.. -, t 

•lit. 
Sluffcblucbjen, ■>. „. tu. w. n.ibei 

sleepi by lioUbing. 

21uff*lurfen, » ■' to swaiio, 

up; f. a5eri(t)linfcii. 

2luffd»lüjjfen, "• " <"• "• fsn 
2luff.*Iürfcn , ••. ... to s.p up 

2(uffcblu#, m. .-»e«. pl- -illTfi I 
liber tc., to disclose, to unfold; to explain 

2lufftl>inau*en, - " to smok 

up; f. >Jliifr.lii.1ien. 



yü 



•2luf 



2luffcbmaufen , v. c 

(U'i.^ipate ill Uanqiietiiig. 

iluff(^mci*eln, "• 



tauce of a thing. 2. (Eid) &ineiii -, t 
llalter one's self into the good grac 

2luffd)mcigen, "f « o i- 

IC.i, to n.ng tipoii etc. 2, 10 stnke ur 

su'uffi*mclxcn, -r ...... (u. w. 

opened by melting. 3. to melt on. 

2luffct)meljiCll, rey. V. u. to 
to liquely; to melt up; to melt opei 
open hy melting; (o inelt again; to (t 
upon etc. hy melting. 



21uffcbmeticrn, 



aga.n 



9)iit m\\ Kl' 



head. 

(S-il'eli !C.) - iiuf IC-, to forge on. Die 3iil 
frtjielie -, to rim a wheel, to lay the ti 



hy 



2Jufül)micrcn, 



eto. 2. 1 o (S-. 



2luff*minCcn, ". «• i- ■» paim 

ig to etc.. to gloss ovei. — u. reß Sic 
, to paint, to (put on) .ouge. 

2luffcb»noren, " "• to »tew aga,, 

2Juffd)mÜ(fCn, •>■ •'■ "- emhelllsl 



2luffd)nabeln, "... topecknp; 

l. >:!luttH(ttn, -iluinrni. 

2hiff*noUen, " » i. ■» huckk 

&eil>, to snatch, snap up. 2. 1 to catch up. 
— 1. H. in. w. feilt) to tly up. to spiiiig up 

21uffcJjnavcl)en, .• « 'o »note, t„ 

by ^noiing. 

2luff4)nattcvn , -■ «■ i» cuckie, 

to chatter; to commence cackling or cliat- 
teriiig. — V. a. ((S-lliell) -, to lOuse from 
sleep hy cackling oi- cliaiteiing. 

2luffcl)naubcn, .. » » i ^". w 



2Iuff*net&en, *>•. ..... i 

IC. , te cut upon etc. >illif 6ilö iU't 
lo notch the tally. 2. to cut 0| 

to make an incision; (Cell %nii(t);- 
■ p; (em aällrt)) -, to cut open th 

ut elc, 3. (Jjnitl ic.) -, to cut. 1 
a}l■^l^ K.I -, to cut up. 

iMuffd)nct&en, "•• " "• ± 

moutaile, totalkhig, to eiaggei 
sally lieyoud the tiulh. to shoot 
long how. CS-iii DKiiiili, DetQern nui 



'iluf 



2luffd)nciJ>en, ... ^-i> i-jim.u.] dis 

ction; |(5|,ir.) .nc.sioii. 

iUuffdjnciCer, .«• (-«. K -> </ 

lilt) 1 -}- rodomont, rodoniuntadist. rodo- 



aggeratiou. sttelchiug. -lid), ..<(;. rodo 

2tufid)ncicn, v.iw,,. w snow upuu 

2luff*ncitClU, f. «. l®.ineiif.l I 

ätuffcbnetien, '■ -. (u. w. lem, t 

- V- ... 10 ihiow with a jerk, to jeik uf 

2luf|'d)nicgcln, v. ... to dress up 
2iuffcbni*it>clM, " » '" '^"t "P"" 

little pieces. 

2luff*nitt, '« 1-6, pi. -e) «tit 

cutting open, incision; cut; opening, slii 
JUuffcfentlgCln,/ •>■ "• iSiDnreiu • 
2luffcl)ni$en,) (emeiu oii'tJe it.j 

aiumbnuffcln, .. "■ - .u. ipiin 

2luffcJ)nuvfcn , .• <•. to snuii up 
aiuffcbnüvcn, " " i- 'o ..e on. t 



|tion. -en nut Ceiifiunlern ic. , luscnptie 

21uffcl)roten, "•». i- (Sin s«6 > 

2. lXe<t)ii.J (S'ln Süd); -, to widen with 
auger; iSdjIufferl to out open (with 
I). 3. (4IUc6 (öeitetOe) -, to gri 



2luff4)nuvvcn, 



2lufffbDttevn, 



2iuftd)Dbüng, i'. suurid)ieiiiiiifl, 

2luffa)0ctl'n, V. n. to put in stack. 



2tuffd)öiu'n, " 



2luffa»Dffcn , 



2luff 4) ogling, 

irout. shoot, sprig. 



2iuffcbramincn, .-• <. iCie jpum 

aHuffcbvantCn, "■ •>. lÜJcetiei; -, 
to lay crt)ssway.s and pile up. 

2»uffd)vauben, »■ ». i. .oscte« 

2Juff*rCrfen, v. a. to startle, tc 
rouse, to tnghten up. - v. n. (n. w. feillj 
lo start (up). [shriek. 

aiUfftbVei, .«• '•-<(, W- -e. scream. 

2MutT<bvcibcn , «r. ... ... to couci, 

atuffdjreicn, '.■ "■ «■ (emen. -, 

«wake by an outcry or scream. - .,. ... 
to cry aloud, to shriek, to scream, ürtlll-, 

2luffd)veiteii, "■■ «■ «■ tu. w fem, 

|-. Sliuniiu-imireu. 

Jluffc^Vift, J- IP'- -m> superscrip- 
lion; label (on boxes etc.). - (aCtefle ei: 
iieo ijciefe« !e.), direction., address, iuscrip 



oarselY. 

2(uff*voter 



äluffcbrunöcn, ". '.• (u. w. lem) 

to crack, lo chap; |'. iU u f (p tl 11 1) en , 
aufhei-iUii. 

9luff*Ub, ".. (-eo) deferring etc.; 
determent, adjourtiuient, delay; suspense. 
Ol)iie -, wiihout delay. - (einer i?iiittd)> 
iHiifl), Oer SSe(el)l juiii -, I3(ed)i6ipc.] re- 
prieve, respit(e); G-iiieiii (D. I). eineiH )um 
XoDe 93eruril)eiiieii> eiiuii - bcmiUiQen , to 
reprieve ta criminal), to respit(e) ; (Die Sat 
d)ei leitiet feinen -, cannot be delayed. 

>il 11 1 fd) 11 1) < b e f e I) 1 , m. | 3(ed)ieipr. 

-Jl II f Id) U I) 6 tl f 1 e I , in. letter of respite. 
21urTcl)UttCrn , «• « to shoulder. 

21un<i)üvven, .. "■ to »hovei tip. 
2tuffd)iiri'n, .. .■ lo stir up, to 

aiuffcbuvjcn, "■ "• '• ■" '"cii up, 

to truss up, to gird up; l'}Jt\ir.] to furl. 
2. i >)lllfgf |'d)iir jt tu. i)J|et£iBll) , shrunk 
in the Hank. — v. reß. .i l(i) — , to luck up 

aiuffC^Ufe, ">• (-IK« shooting up. 

2luff*üffeln, » » i.tod.shup. 

2. to serve up, to serve in. 3. &llieiu - !.)(. 
fen, to least, to regale one. 

2luffcbÜttCln, " « 1. I« shake 

ituffcbuttCn, " ■' i- to heap up; 

c. 2. to hoard up. - iiu| It-, to poul 
hrow upon, (jtütn) - (111 Dec 0)iül)le), ' 
lilt into the hopper; Ca« BlulOfniUI - ! 
(»eii)el)re), to prime; ißiiltief -, to put 



2luffc()üttcvn, 



3luffcb»uammen, v. ,.. 



aiuffAwanjcn, .. 

tail. (5-111 »lit'erD -, 10 lie , 

iUuffcfewavmen , " 

Jluffdjiuavjjen , .- 
aiufffbwal^en , ». 

DIU 1) en. 2. f. •JlnepUn 

5Uuffcb>weben, <>■ ■ 



leiii) 



2luffd)>»cfeln , »■ « >" • 

ifresh. lo dip again into sulphur. 

3luff*weifen, f. -Jinffd,!«. 
aiuffdiweifjen, . .. -o », 

- >Uiiid)iueiiieii. 

2lurtd)>uelgcn, • ■■ tos,, 
° a««ff*»veüen, .r ..n. tu. , 

.to swell, totumely. >J1 u f (1 e f d) I» 
umid, bloated. 2. 1 - (1). gliineil : 



aiuf 



s>vell; - (I). Sdjuliieu u.) , lo 


swell; uor 


SwU ^, to swell witb pride; 


(Hill ^erj) 


fiJiroillt (iiif Mt S-riMife, e> 


pa„ds Willi 


joy; f. ai 11 fit) 10 el leu. 




3Hüfiä)Weüen , reg. 


V. a. 1. 10 


jwcll (up). lo (lisleiid, to Ijloat 


to liiu.ely. 


!. i to s>vell. (Die ecüfl) -, 


swell, 10 


telly; f. äliiri-braflltu. 




'Jhiffdjjrcinmc , / i 




for lloaling wood. 




älufi'c^u'f mmen , " 


a. 1. (?.lf 


S-U'BDi'lJ) - . '0 draw out of 


a river. 2. 



2Iufi'ct)>t>cnfcii, >•• ". to iiouii» 
3tuffcl)it>inficn, "■ "■ <> 'o swii 



2Iuff*win*cn , 



(u. w. fciu) 



1. soar, soaring (up), a lowering fliglit. 2. 
1 n soaring , fliglit. X>ci* — &er '^Ijtiulrtfic, 
a night of (the) iiiiaginatioii or fancy. 

aiuffeGcln, v. ... .... w rein) i. - 



3luffcl)cn , ''■■ »■ "• to lo»'' "P- 
2Juffeftcn, "• <-« i. lookn.g 



inri)Cii, a) (Li. $irfciiieii) 
gnre in the world; b) (D. €a(t)C10 
.grea 



grea 
10 t 



JUuffCftCr, '"■ 1-«. I''- -' .'»P0':'0"-^ 



:}. 



siIllffcljerilElIc,/. UurveyorsI,.,, 
sMiiffcfjerftD.ift.y.) 

Sluffeftnen, .•• "J'- «siH) -, to long 

10 get up. [in straining. 

2litffetgeti, ■ « "> »««■^ "o«" ^"=- 
2Uiffe$bar, 

2luffc<jcti, 



2litffetgeti, 

A4..er^^t.^.. ^fij^ what may be put 



pile np. (Sen SiicOf 



-, 10 be obsti 
3, (Ceil out) 



1 fiopf 



sals, ihe dishes. (Sen 'JIllfiT) 
-, 1 »nil-.] 10 fish; ^,lä eiejel -, to put 
the seal to. to fix a seal upo.. ; -, 
(©(ftlicif. ic] to sew upon etc; CIIIEII Jlcrf 

piece sewed on. 4. i a) guu-iu ijorllcr -, 
to cuckold any o..e. b) to hazard, to ri.sk; 
I". tXirniifcljeii. 5. (®ri)ri|rli<t)i -, to put 
down in writing, lo write down, lo minute 
down, lo draw np . to draw, lo draft, to 
compose, gine 3ic(()uiin(j - , to cast an 

2(uffe^en, .•. reß. ©id) -, i. to sit 

uprigiit. lo -sit np. 2. to mount; lo get on 
lior&eback. 3. tu put one's head-dress iu 
order. 

2luffe^cn , ■>• «. (u. w. tjnbci.) i. 

12e,iicm|>r.J - (f. ^irfri)tii) , lu get ntw 
antlers. -2. [9tfilf.] - (ü. «pfcrtien), to b te 
Dfulsch-E'irjl. Wörlerhitch. 11 



aiuf 



aUiffegev, "1. (-«, pi- -> 1. on 

ai sets up, slacks, piles up. ffieflCl- 
e boy or man who sets up the niae-pinj 
-(t). -Üin-DEU), crib-biler 3. -,/.-inil 

2Iiiffe^ig, i". •Jinffiiijio. 
2luffcuf,^en, a- » .». ". h,iK-io t 



2luftC«n,/ 'r. L-. ... 1. .0 be up, u 

Sluffcill A he out of bed, o s.t up 

■2. '3i)Dl)l I'D. üli'l -, to be well or ill; f. firt) 

«efiuPcu. 3. - (u. i.)ürfii !c.), lo be 

open. 4. - (1). &ai, 2fbeni-llllIIclll), to be 

iiufiiftft, /■ inspeclion, superinlen- 
deuce, survey, c.ire. control. Sie - Ij.lPrll 

L>ie - über G-iiicu .imiuiBiMi, lo usurp a lu- 
lorage. 

2lufftCÖen, i'-.i'-n. I. to boll again; 
to bo, I geully. 2. [icJU.] cSlltrv) -, lo 
blanch. — r. ... (u. w. feill) lo boil up. lo 
bubble up. — ... (—6) blanching; boiling 
up; [eoein.J ehulliiiou. 

aiiifftegeln , ■>• «. i. - 'luf» , '° 

fa.'.len upon etc. by sealing. '2. to unseal. 
ilUffingCn, >'•■ .-. «. to awake by 

sin^ out. 

aiuffii^, '" '-.*) 1. t= M^ 'jiuf- 

aillffiljfi.inof,/. roost, pe.ch. 

2luffiecn, "■• '■■ »■ 1. 1", w. i),it.ai/ 

a) - (11. ©ilrtieil), 10 Sil fast. 10 rest upon 
etc. - (u. >ärt)m':i>. 10 get aground on the 

10 Sil up. /i) ;= SliifclCTlieii) 10 sit up. (iu 
IIEI, rcr I'lllTllit, one who sits up, a 
watcher. 2. (u. w. fciu) a) lo sil upon. - 
(1). SBBatlll), lo perch, lo roost, to go to 
roosl. b) «) to mount, lo get on hoisc- 
back, to get upon a horse. 3iini - bliifcil, 
[■Willi.] to sound to horse; n u fg c ft f |"c II i 
lo horse ! fi) (Siiii StiiiUe j» ^ferDe Mo 
nell) to take horse. 3. ± to bear ill will lo 
one. — V. reft. Äu1)-, (id) ©tlDilS-, to gel 

SluffoUcn, -■. ... i -as.!* i).iii »n fo 

ti-fm nufaefollt? why had you to rise 
so early? viAi fi'll cr Sriiii i'l' ipSt unf? 
why is he Iheu lo slay up so lale? 

SluffOlTCn, '•. a. [-ffinr.] (Diei>iii. 
ijciuarini) -, to lash up. 

2luffj)n6en, ".a. (ifeljicr on enum, 
Semnnr» 5cl,liT to , to spy out. 

1!luffl>alten, '■•. -■ ". t» spin. ,o 

21ufft>angeii, "■ "• i» f^sien upo„ 
«Uuffuannen, " " i. >o suain. to 

slretch; 10 pnl nn by straining or stretch- 
ing. iSniifn nut fill loiiiverf ieufl - , to 
string an insiruinenl; tiie äcocl -, to set 
or unfurl Ihe sails, lo make sail; (ciiifii 
$[U^) / to dam up; iiw S^<\\\]\ nil einem 
(Streeljre , to cock a gun. 3. j a) Ociiu: 
tcreiSniteil-, lo lower one's tone, to come 
down - peg, (lilt Srod , lo apply one's 



51 uf 



97 



iilmust eff?iits. b) ^oä) -, to listen with 
fixed atleniioo; f. 9Iil (I)Pl.Tl)i;n. 

2luf?>aren, .^ ", 1. 1» save. i. i - 

pone. 

2luff)>ci(*erii , ..... i.to i.,y up 

house. 2. 1 (S(t)nlJC) -, to hoard up. 

2luffvc«(crn, .■■ .. lo skewc. 
SluffVfiK", '■■"■ "= «' "P^ '» 'on. 

2luffj>eUcil, .•. ... I". ■Jlnffp.ilteii. 

2IUM>CnTn, r.a. .Sie ihlit It.)-, 
10 open .vide. -3).',iiil II. Sinfe -, to open 
llie nioiilli in woi.iler oi- surprize; cm 
ärt)li'p (inii Dem Sicirid)) -, [St))lu|T.'vJ to 

2lufi>iclen, .•. «. i. <.S\nt »iin.- lo 

-, to play (to onel; (t.licil 'ffi.ltfd) ic.) -, 
to .strike up. 2. ((S-illcll) -, to .-iwake by 
j.l.iying (upon an instrument). 3. aid) 
.Plf S-lllflCD -, to make sore by playing 
(upon an inslrumenti. — .,. „, 3uui i,lllje 

dance. 

2Uiffvic#en, .■■ '>■ 'o spi.. mn ci. 

iier (5).il!i-l - , 10 i..ki. up Willi a fork, lo 
fori. [a spindle. 

3litffj)infccln, "■ «• to j^.; inj.)on 
2lHf)>inncn, . ■ «■ i- cMe ssouc 

:c.) -, 10 spin up. 2. Sirt) (»ie ginger) -, 



2hifl>t^en, <■ "■ "»<>' "■ .u. «. i).i 

1) I. SlcDIjn-u-, 10 prick up the or one- 
s. 2. ± f. Ulli f I) or men. 
52(uffVleigCn,i'.".tocleave.losplit 

2lufi>ltttevn, .■• "• <"■ «. kmd i, 

2Juf|>rEiten, f. «lufbteiten. 
2iuft>VeiäCn, ". «■ to «pen wide 
stretch (out), ißiiicil g.1)üpä)-, to opei 



2lur»vcn.3cii, 



I. to spring, to spring up, (o spring for 



2. i 



■in«. 



2luf)>rtni3en, .'■■ .■■ "■ .". «■ fem) 

to spring open; - (f. il)lircu IC), lo 
fly open. 2, lo give a jerk, to bounce (up). 

k, to start back. 3. to spring, to spring 
, 10 bound, loslarl, to start up. to 
.p, to leap, 10 leap up. SBor SreuDe -, 

spaikle. to sparkle up. 4. - (uoil lit 

chap. 5. Slrt) (lie gllÜe) - , to make 
e by leaping etc. 

2luft>rt^en, "■ ". ■■ f spin (or 

irt) up; to squill up. lo blow up .water). 
2. ((5-111 (ä)Efd)a<lU- ) - , 10 open wuh a 



98 Muf 

52luffj>voffeii, «.". 1. r.9i«ffpi'i« 

ie». i. i .1) to increase, b) f. «Jlllffprie 
Ceti Nr. -i. 

aiuffjjvößltng, ".. <-«,p(. -e) I 

>Jliiffrt)öf;lnin. 



2luffvvü()cn, i- "• <" 

spaik.^. 

springing np He. lenp npwai 

2luf)>ucfen, »• <•■ - ' 

spit upon ere. 

2luft>u[en, - " I- 1 

miti "Invn !C.) - , 10 .-.pool. 

2luff»ju(cv, "'■ (-*. p' 



aiiif 



Sluf 



wash np. 2. - (Sröe !C. 1). SiHlTcll) , f. 

sniiffdjiofninifn Nr. 2. 

ajufftjun&cn W „ „ ,„ „„,,„„„ 
2Iuffvün6cn ,S ^" 

2lufft>ÜrCn, " «• 'o trace out or 
np. to spy ont; lo smell out. (<IDiIb) -, to 
lr:ick; u™ 3?,i:tm -, döniDlllDt.] to re. 
quest. 

2lufftflf^fln, '••■'• 1. to prick up. 2 
lo rouse witii a jjoiul, lo go.id up. 3. f ((fh 
IKIO -. to .»pur nil. 10 so.-ul on, lo ronsi 
np lo Mir up. [10 fit up 

^hifftnffivcn, >•• -. ((S-i"ni s?m~ 
2hifftnnen, "-■ (Drt.iei. .o -, .. 

stable for f.-illeMing. lo slall. 

2'hifftämjncn, "• «■ 'o prop up, r 

iJliifflrmiiien. 

2lnfftnni*ifon, -■ «• '■ "> •^'^•«v 

to stamp nn. upon, urn Jtopf eiiirr ^ui^f 
-, 10 Lead a pin ■-'. lo open by stan.ping. 



2lufftant, »1 

(U.qpfrlVlini), rising. 



2Iuffltnt>eln , 



up; f. '31 11 f Id) id) 



21ufftarrcn , -• •>■ '"■ «• '^"""v i 

$ lo stand op; - (iv. Dtll $nnrfll), to bristle 
■2. - l,\ll IC), to stare up ^towards etc.). 
21ufftiiubCn, "• «■ to send up, tr 

2lufftaubcnw "• "■ "•■ »•. um) t< 

2l«ffticl'Cn.S i.se, 10 lly up a, 



2(ufftiiubcrn, 
2Iufftaud)in, 



lildl* -, to pul IIa« np lor drying. 

2luff<nuiu'n, » "■ to look up win 



2Iuffti'd)«'n, 

. folk. 2. i e-iii '. 



ord; (finciii Srion« -, to lake one up, 
3. «5-(irn*)-, 10 pick, pierce open, to open 
by a puiiclure. ((S'ln fflildjinürl -, to open, 
lo lance, e-iiifiii ^c^ £d)ro(ireii -, J >o lell 
one an unpleasanl Irulli. 4. a) (.fillpferjl.) 
((Jiiif >15i.utr) -, lo .eioucb. b) (glut 
Spinel -, 10 pink anrw. 5. - (Hilf IC), lo 
fasliii upon elc. by MiUlilng 6. 1'3)((11-.J 
(31U.I Iniif) -, lo splice logellier. - u. ». 
(u. w. I)nl)eii) (Wilt.] Dull! biiiii IDiiiCe -, 

to haul the wind. Ifinder; it. inforniM 

2lufftcd)cr, .... (-«,p(. -)(fanii 
2lufftf dfen , "■ "• i- ifä-i" sifi"- 



flC) -, lo set up; iPn« ~»r.i)i'iirit) -, lo fi« 
i. t'JfilDlö -0, unllirilly, nnlbri^ing. 4. l- 
make up again Willi pins. 

s!^uf|^e<tlln^cl,/. pin used for piiinii.^ 
up a go«n eic. 

2lufftfljen, ■>■ "■ " I- lu- «. 1)11 

am a) - ay Xhimn !c.) , lo be .or stand 

I'tlll) 10 sland up. - poll IC , 10 rise from 
etc.. to get up tioni eic. (Sl'lll Sftte) -, 
10 rise, lo arise; logetup; CS-ilier, in 
fn'il) (iufrtel)t, an ea.ly riser; - (u. ^i 
ijclii), to (ly up; uDr (iiiuiii -, to rise np 
lo any one; - (Ul'lll €d)lffe), l<JR(ir.) lo 
rigbt. 2. I a) SSl'Ul ilBr, I'DII Dm ll'Mrll 
-, to rise from tlie dead; noil chirr Jirnilt 
l)Cii luieEitT -, 10 recover; - (0. >)5nipl)etf n 
!C.), lo arise, bl lo revolt - (luiiMr, flroni 
!C.), to rise, to arise (against elc). (Dl. 
gi'lDnifii) M n 11 D e II ofijeii iljrr CfpjKrc ii n i. 
rose upon llieir olliceis 

2luffteifen , "■ " to siiffen ; lo 

siarcli ; 10 sliiren or starch afresh. 

H\xffte\c^fb^oct,'"■(-cs,^l.-l>lidt< 
2(ufftciflcn, '> " "• "1- «• i"»' '• 

-Jluf lai "Umi -, to mount on horseback; 
- (U. DfimuM IC), to rise. 10 arise; in cl 

balloon; (Mr ®pci|Vl iTeiiil nut nil I", rises 

cending line; em SBtriunnClfr in -Dell £i; 
nie, ascendant; -D (li. eirfniTfll) , [Mlint.] 
ascending. ■!. I a) to rise, lo arise; - (Ü. 
®i.'(lifiifi')' lo rise; - (p.eineni ßieDnnteu), 
10 rise, b) |-2l|ltDn.J -i («ceite, Knuten 

2lurftcigcn , "• (-*) »»"" 

rising, ascent, ascension; [•)l(lli)n.] a 
s,on. DAi - Det Wiirtet, ['»ieD.J hjsii 

' 2JufftCt9Ung,/. liUflcDn.Jascen 
(yctoDe -, righl ascension. 

■auf(lcinuiioöiintrtld)icO , m 
[Slllri'll.] ascensional difference. 

2lufftcUcn, "•«• 1- 'o "1 a, 

np; lo range; - illlf K- , to pul upon 
<ffinnren jiini SSrrfonfe of. jut Sirtilcioetnno 
— , 10 put np goods 10 sale or auction 
(Seoci) -, to set up; SBitl) -, f. aufllnl 
Icn; Scute, igd)l|fe iii ©d)lnd)tot6iiuno - 



bBitle ( Me ©peifeit - , »o serve up th? 
dishes; (Sllrtltt)-, to pnt upon the »heli/i'f, 
t to »helve. 1. f a) (3engell) -, to pr«. 
duce, 10 bring, lo adduce; (iBeilicife) -, t.> 
bring lorwaid. 10 adduce; cine »r(|iin|)tlllli| 
-, lo make an asserlion; («Beifpicli) -, to 
exhibit; (OlrllllDinlje) -, to lay down, b) 
ipiiien jnni 9(id)ier) -, to consliiuie i 
(•J?rhr) -, to spread, lo lay; (g»nii«fnf!cll) 

2luf<itemmcn, "• «■ i. to open or 

force open viitli a crow-bar. 2, to prop up. 
- nilf IC, to lean upon, against. - .■. reft. 

21uffiOntlf(n, .- « l. lo slam 

2Iufftc»j»)rn, ■■ « lo quiu. 

2(ufftCUCrn, -■■ "■ m. w. fcim lo 

steer upward. [ing. 

2luffticJ)fln, " .'■ '0 open by prick- 

2luffticff,n, "■ "• to enib.oider upon 

21(ufStiCbCn, n-- '• " m- "■ iVnu 
1 . f. 31 11 f \\ n 11 b e 11. 2. (<!DniMnriit.] - (DOiii 
(Sefffiflell, to rise quickly from Ihe ground 

2lufftifrfn, ■•• «• to sla.e up. 

2lufftiftCn, f. "• to stir up, 10 in- 
cite. &incn jii IE. -, f. ^Inilirtcii; .6i> 
!BDlf) -, to stir up to rebellion. 

2lufftimmcn, <>■ «■ m^i!-] to:une 

higher, to set higher. 

2lufftöl'cvn, ». ". 1. I- aiufiisu. 

bet 11. 2. i to finil out; lo meet with elc. 
2lufftßf)nen, "• ". t» groan alond. 



2luff<oijfen, • 
2Iufft(ij;iffln, 

'2lufftc;»))jr(ti, 

pick up, to scrape tog 

2lufftövrti, "• " 

startle. <^d)lnfcMDe) - 
ig-incn) -, to stir up. 

'StUtt) - , to stir. 

21ufftofeii,i' 



i; (Dnt 
e Ifji-tt 



by pus 



ng aga 



i5n6 -. 

slave a cask; Die 5?nilt -, lo gall o( 
el Ihe skin ; ten fa'pf Hilf DD. (in :£. -, 

knock one's head against elc. 2. to 
isli. stamp or kick up. (ffiilD, Scfli'ioel) 

2lufft06en, ''••"■"■ '• Cu.w. Ijnbm. 
(U. «Dtniilroiirie»), to turn up the mold 
• surface of the earth. cOKdulmiltfc) Ijilbell 
ec nnfoeftoBen, have thrown op the 
irlh here. 2. (u. w. fein) |-)J?(lt.J lo run 
;rouiid; - .mf ic. (l). Sd)l(fcii) , to run, 
rike on or upon etc.; iDllä «Sdlijfl |TieB 
uf, struck. 3. 1 einem - (b. •luT|i)nen 
@(l(bcil>, to meet with, to iiglil on. Si 
nur cm ic. n u ifle lU'fien, 1 met with 
etc. 4. to rise np. (Die gprifc) flügl 



d. »llä-, WOlkiHg. 

2lufft£>6ig, "'''■ 1- vapid, flat, 



3tuf 

sour; f. aiuffiogeu Nr. 6. 2. sick; - 
frill, f. aufflogen Nr. 5. 

aiufftraftlen , ••■ » <" »• iin^m- 

to rUe »ith splendor or radiance. 

aiufftrouBen, "■ "• lu. >v. imbt») 
älufftraubcn, t.. «. lo u.iMie. - 

i>. i-e^. Sid) - (iU'lll $il(\te), to bristle up. 
to stand on end. 

2lufftreben , .'. »■ (». ». hncm- 

- (I'Pill Vil.ive), to bristle. 2. i to .ispire 
after etc. -D, aspiring. 

2lufftrc(fcn, '•■ "■ >» ■•tretci. up. 
2Iuffirci(Ij , ">■ (-eä, w. -« ,puu- 

I'ertiltlfiil, to sell by public .luction. 

2lufftrci*cln, -• » t» stroke up. 

älufflretC^Cn, ■>-. « a. l. to spread, 
lay on. 2. to stroke, draw upwards. Sci^ 
lien iSncteiibiirt -, to turn up one's whis- 
kers. 3. to strike up. 4. [iu(t|ili.] to shear 
against the grain. 

aiufftVf ift'U , ». n- 'A'«- -JlmTirei. 
fem) .. to turn up. to fold back, to tuck 
up. -2. lirorfelie SBoljIlcll) -, to unstring. 
3. Silt) tic 5?.lllt K. -, to rub off one's 
skin, to tear, gall or fret cue's skin. 

21uffireifi'ti, ?■ «. (u. w. i,ni.rii, w 

loncli upon tlie surface of. Die .ruiflcl 

grajed the earth ; ,uif ta fivbc - (u. einem 
fileitc), to trail on or along the ground. 

aiufftVeuen, f- ■■ to Mrew upon, 
to sprinkle on. g.iuD ,1111 ic. -, lo sprinkle 

alufftrifi, '"■ ^-cs, pi. -t> a stroke 
upuards (on an inslruuientj. 

2IuffU-i(fCn, "■ ■>. 1. to consume 
in kniltiug. 2. to untwist (ropes). 

aiufftricgeln , «■ «• i» cur.y up- 

aHufftromen, "• <■■ i« n»»! up- 
wards; to carry up. [gradalion. 
JlufftUfUng, /• iätl)".] clima., 
2lufftÜl*iCn, ■•■-.■ 1. (©men §ut, 

- (O turn np. 10 cock; (Sficfel) -, to 
top. 2. -}1 11 i .J t il ii I pre 3;.y"e, a cocked up 

SMufftüvmen, "- "■ '» "f« ^y 



fein) to storm . rush njnvards. 

JlufftUVJCn , <■•■ a. l.-nufic., ,0 
clap or put (up)on etc. (Die .^KlllOc) -, to 

- nilf :c. , to strike, fall (up)on etc. 
aiufftU^en, V. a. 1. to turn up, lo 

i to adorn; to trim up. — ii. n. (u. w. 

2(ufftü$en, »• »• "> prop <"p)- 2. 

- nuf :c., 10 lean upon. Sie GlbOijeu i\n\ 

c. refl. ®i(f) - auf !C., to lean upon etc. 

ÜluffUC^en, V. a. to search after, 
for eic. , to seek for etc., to seek out, to 
inquiie after, to go in quest of etc.. to 
look for. after etc.; I2B.liBllllVr.] to quest 
for etc. (gmell) - ln(Tcll , to cause search 
(0 be made for etc. 



2luf 

^(uffUI^Ung, /. search, looking for. 

3(uf)ummen, v. a. to sum up. sid) 

lU. eeijulticii .'(.), to run up; — faffeiii 
Jinlen «.), to let run up. 
9(uffnmmC}t, «. a. ((^inen) — , to 

2luffumfcn, v. n. (g-iueiii -, to 

ÜluffÜftCn, "■ «- to swrcren. 

5Muftafeln, -_'.■ i- (Dn* iurt». -. 

D fold up. 2. (Jlic iKpeil'eiP -, to serve 

p. to dish up. eilieni re(()t -, tn feast (c. 

cc^. (lo day, 

2luftaaCn, <>■ a. to delay from day 

2luftneeln, "• "• [«Mr.j to ng; 

new-rig. 3tlrt)t (Jilt (l 11 f ,1 c tnf el t , not 
igged shipsliape. 

2luftatjCn, r. «. ['Wnr.J to bowse. 

^luftanjCn, t>. «. l. (ä(f>nl)e ic. -, 
wear out by dancing. 2. @ict) (Me ^il^c) 



9J[uf 



y» 



SCuftrnggeicr, .»- [»JaMbel] em- 
ployer, consignor. [er. 

au f t r a g g b e f r g e V, m. commission. 

SI It f t r a g S iMi It b e t, „,. [iianbel] com. 
lission-business, agency. business, (vinen 
- iillireii , to do business on cummissinn. 

üluftragcn, "■. ■>• «. i. to carry 

.p; to put on. 10 lay on. C'lllf Den ilflf?) 

:i^.ifl'eiO - iinfic., to apply on etc.; (mir. 
:tlil fillet asnlje) bie g.irl'e -, [ii)p.l to 
•oil; eineilSf.B-, to draw apian. 2. t a) 
(Slitrr) -, to convey, lo transfer, b) to 
jrder. Qimm Snmi -, to charge any 

,vith etc.; (Sineni cm «Unit-, to confer, 
lestow an office upon one. 3. (©ill SlclS) 



ijluftaffcn, f- "• IS.iiiMim-thiMi.] 10 
ock. [rise. 10 emerge. 

2luftaucI)Cn, ■> « (u. w. fem) to 
jjluftaumcin, »• ". (u. w. ivno lo 

JlufttlflUen, ". a. to thaw (up). - 
n. I. to thaw (up). 2. i J to grow 

WuirttlUn,"-- ■'.«■ 1. (©Ill «urt), eine 
llüre le.) -, to open. 2. f a) (Die >lliiocn) 



ose. to show. .i. D>,ä giTeii-, .od.sh 
eat. — o. reft. (Sid) -, 1. to open ; fid) - 
. 2311111iell) , to expand; fill) - (UDlll Jpini. 
fli, 10 clear (U|n; fid) - {v. Set Stüc), 
gape. 2. [-Mint.j to loou,. 

Sluftftürincn , f. <■ to pile up, to 

,iseo„l,igh. [be.it out. 

Ülufticfl'tl, p- ". [.Snpietfd)iii.l to 

ülufttj)t>en/ "• "• '"»"•■•«k» ^y *''V- 

ng or lapping. 

iJluftifdjCn, "•". to dish or serve 
;. (Jlllcul -, to treat (c. ncc.}. l. i J 



2luftcltcn , V. n. 



itli great noise; to toss np. to lash up. 
Jluftonen, f ©rtunen. 
2luft0rt£ln, ■. SUuftaumeln. 

«Muftorncn, •>■ (-Knt.j i. ainf 



aiuftofcn, r- -^iii 
atuftvabcn, <• 



[uftvag, >'•■ <-f^ )>'■ -'igt- 

5-.lttieill, laying on. 2. i a) - 



ud. giiieu - itiljei 
ss.on; -t,„t.cii, IC 
■ wn St., by o,de, 



lav 



xaggc 



[Id 



iUufti'äger, »>. (-«, p/. -> he n 

charges anotlier with any thing; f. 9J l 
trnggfl'er. [trample upon e 

2luftramj>cln , >■. ». - nuf ic, 
iUuftramjjeIn ,( .• a. i. to awake 
2luftrai)j)Cln, S irompiing. 2. 

2Juftroufcln, v. a. - oaf .c, 

drop on etc. - v. n. f. >2I u f tt 5p fehl. 

SJuftraufen , >•■ "■ (n- w. feiiD 



find 



2«uftrcffen, "■• "• «. (einen. - 

t out of bed . to find up. 

2(uftrei6cn, if ■■• ". 1. (©men ( 
cm Scttc, t'Oiu aiiil)le :t.) -, to dr 
p (from etc.); [2DoiDlnfpr.] to uncou 
3 rouse up, to spring, f. ȟllfjngi 
ülieil ailfet) -, to plow again. 2. i 
lid (with some dilficultV), to hunt c 
3 procure. (®tlö) -, to raise; <Bt'lt 

> levy , force, raise, press soldiers. 

> distend, to swell. 4. (©ilieil Oflllg 



round; lo run foul of an< 

21uftrctblic^, "'.;• 



2luftrcnncn, 



2luftrctfn, >> ••• «■ ■• <■" ^"^^<^ 

open . to open by Irc.iding. 2. - nuf ic., 

upon the ground; to step forth. 2. ± t)ll 
lUlllJt leift bei iljlieil -, you must not pro- 
ceed Willi them harshly. 3. [iljcni. :c.l to 
make one's appearance. 3lini etlTcll 'OJfttle 
-, to make one's first appearance ; c6 t r i 1 1, 
retCU ... nilf, [illr.lt.J enter; bet 3(uf 
e.iicä OTaniies l)iiii!ir tu'ii bet )!lrr nl', rote 
ct ill btT «IGcir jiitii rnleii -Kiile niifttirr. 

first steps he malies in ihe world; - (ueil 
eiiieiii -^!te^l,ler to, to mount ihe pulpit. 
4. ± a) (51f,,eil ©iilcii -, to rise against 
etc.; (116 SiH.je gegen !C. -, lo come for- 



100 



5Iut 



— , JU Seiliailbä ®Mllfl£ll -, to appear for 

aiit ctaai —, to come forth, out with 
etc., to propose. [fen. 

JMuftricfen, 'r. „. „. ,: «iiiftrn.i^ 

Sluftrift, /■ (;-'■ -fM) way forcatlle 

2hiftrinfcn, "• ". a. i. to drink 

21uftritt, '"■ (-C«, Pl. -e) 1. tread, 
ilig on etc. - ~ci»li Sdxiu pirleto, 3icö> 
aeri u.t, appc.ir.mce. i. (= Sjene) [ll)ein 
t(tj scene. 3. ± scene, sight, event. 4. - 
(nil fiiitfrtjcu ic), step; - (on eiiiir iBru|l= 

Slufrtillbaiif, /. [IccDn.J treadle, 
Ireddle. 

ituftrorfnen, f- « lo dry up; 

(XljrAiieU) -, to wipe olf. — >,. n. (u. w. 
friln 1. to dry (up). "J. to dry and adhere 

upon. 

JCuftrotfnung,/. drying up, upon. 
aiuftrommcln, •■ «• "• f '»»«ake 

by ll.e drum. 2. lo beat up. 

2tufti'Dm:|3eten, •>■ u. i. ((jineiD 

trumpet, to awake by the trumpet. 2. to 

'HuftröpfeUx, «■ ». (u- w. fem and 



out IC, to drop on elc. 

2luftrO*iftMl, f. 21iiflrau|eii. 

2luftrÜben, - " l» n.ake muddy 
(giuffigfeitfil) -, to trouble by disturbing 
the sediniei.t 

2Iuftrumj)fcn, ■>. ". (u ». i,„beii 

I. lo play a t.ump. 2. ±(©1116111) Derb -, a 
to drub. [,he sail». 

2hiftucl)cn, ". "■ max.] to 

2«llftunfCn, v. «. »nllje ic. - 



Sluftuvfrn, ». '■• 1- lo tali 

(tapping). 2. I". >3l 11 flip pell. — 1). 
2luftuftbcn, ". «• (©me 3ei(l)iuiii()) 

2(ufwn(i)en, ■>• «. (n. w. ftiio i 

to awake ; to wake, to be awakened, rous 
ed. 2. t (tiPiii '«cille ic.) , to awake. 

aiufJtJflC^fCn, ir. V. n. (u. w. feill 
to grow, to grow up. 

2lufUiagCn, "• reß. ©kD -, to veu 

2luf»t)ägcn,'e9 ir. i..,i l. to weigh 
to draw up, to lift up, to raise up (by 

a lever. 2. ((Jlionä) mit (»elO -, to make 
equal in value to gold. 3. lo weigh down. 

2(ufU'hblcn, f. <■ ((Jine Ädrte) -, 
2luf>0aU, >'■ (-«) bubble, bubbling 
(up). 

2lufu'ancn, "■ »■ <"• w. fei») 1. 1» 

bubble, to bubble up, to boil up, to wall* 
op; to elfervesce. - (Ptnu SBlUtf), to boil; 
- (P. i>ic<StC), to rage, lo swell (into 
w.ivea uiouutaius liigli elc.) 2. i - (pom 



aiuf 

ticn), to dilate. 

^(UftväUen, ) ». a to boil gently, 

9(ufnieUen, ) to boii a. little. 
^lufmaUuug, /. :. bubbling (up) 

boiling (up), ebullitiou, elferv^DCeni:«;. ~, 
i ■JiMliu.lllcil liU -»iriTrö), swell. 2. 1 
lolion, etfervescence. 

2iufi»aljen, -• ■■ i. "• »md upon 
2luf>oäljen, 



2. ± (S-ll 



(Sm 



2lufj»anÖ, '"■ C-eW spending, ei- 
peii.se. (S-iii (jr»ect - uuu 6)elD, Srii iiiio 
*)KlJl)e ut). Slttiat, a great expense of uio- 

3elt K., the consumption of tuel. time etc. ; 
Ott ntu^e - , 'lit (Id)!-, suniptuousnes» , 
fltcßen - iiinthen, lo live high. 

aiufron ntiäflefe^e, n. pl. sumptuary 

law» or regulatioos. 

aiufiranöeln, »• ". l^am- «if*ei 
2tufuian0en, ■>■ ". to rise tottei- 
2lufn>arraen, "• ". '• to warm up, 

to warm again, to cook up. 2. ± to bring 
again, lo repeat over again, (g-iueil Sitelt) 
-, to renew. 91u fae iȊr Hi I (p. einem 
Wil^eu.), stale, hackney, hackneyed, tiite. 

2tuf»t?artcn, "• «• ". to wait; cji, 

to serve; - (U. Suudeil) , to wait, to beg. 



to pay one's respects lo elc. 
älufronrieoelD,M. ; 
ainfi»nrte|p|,n,m.^ *"""""• 

2Iuf>warter, "■ (-«, pi- -> waiter, 
2tufJt>arterinn, /. (pt. ~m) wo. 

2lufWart6i, «rf». l- upward(s). - 
bieflfn, - fcljen u., f, Slnflp lefleii , 41 u f; 
feljen tc. 2. -, Den Jme -, [lätfiiff.J up 
ilie river, up (the) stream. 

ilnironr t«jiel)ct, m. (>UniU.J ad- 

ducenl muscle. 

2luf>Partfam, "rf>. -ä^- service- 
able, oihcous; f. Bienilfeviia. 

2(uf>Dartung,/. (pi -nv i. wait- 
ing, serving; atteiidauce. Die - Ijnllcn Pel 
IC., to wait on etc.; Die — l)nben&, iu wait- 
ing. 2. t ((S-incin) feme - mndieu , to wail 
(up)ou etc., to pay one's respects, to pay 
a visit (to etc.); f. 41 u f IP (It tell Nr. 2, 
i. (Die aiufiparienCeii) attendance. 

2lufwaft^en, ->■ ». -. i to wasi 



fninfdjfne, ... I 
fn)Of(t,fütel, m.5*»»"<"'6'-'"'- 



water. [lion, scullery-maid. 

%(ufiuä$d)erinn, /. (pi.-eio scui. 

^XuiltlCbell, V. a. 1. to consume by 
weaving. 2. to unweave. 

2Juf»t>Cl*fC(, m. (-«) an;:,,, cho.iäe. 
iijn(t)eru(t)eii-iceipeii, ftousurc. lo stock- 
job, [stock jabber. 

2lufWedjS(Cr, -" <-=■, r' -> usurer 

3iuf\ved)ieln , "■ <•- "> huy up; f. 

(f|iiipc(»felii. 

2JufWecfcn, ■>• «. l. ((Jmru) -, 10 



jolly , joyous. 

2iufttic(fer, '"• (-^, i-'- -> ' 

awakcuer. 2. alar(u)m-clock ; f. Uöeifev. 

2tuf>vc6en, » - '■ "> wow up 

(wards). (Sen ©Iilllt). - (p. «üiiiSe) , to 
raise. 2. to blow open. 3iit Ijelleii gidinnie 
— , to blow up iitio a bla^e. 

2luf»tlCicbCn, ». ". I. to mollify, 

2. to open by mollifying, soaking. -Ö, 

21uf>r)Ciff n , '■■ «- <« reel on; ,. 
"HuillufpClM. 

2IufJüeincn, "■ " (emcn) -, to 

awake by crying, weeping. - ... ... to be 

g.n crying, to weep aloud. 

2lufh5CifCn, ir. v. a. to exhibit, to 

2lufWCigetl, .-. a. lo whitewash; 

2luf»vcUcn, f. -aufip.iiieii. 

2luf»JenCCn, "■• reg. ... ,.. to use. 

ploy, to beslow upon. 

2luf»üCrfi;n, 'r. v. «. I. a; to cast 
, to throw up. ((Jineu »nil) -. lo toss 

up; (SJlnfcn) - (uoiii ÜCniTcr) , to raise; 

©(t)aiiin, S^lnfeii — , to rise in scuiu. in 

bubbles; - (ppill «Bjnuliuilt 

iloien; Q:tte uiu k. -, i 

about etc. b) (Siiifii 2nmm 



;), I. -Jluf. 

aOnli ic.) - 
vup; (etuen 
nuf le. , lo tlir 



laruvtu) -f lo uig. c) - nuf it. , lo inrow 
upon etc. d) (Die 9fnfe) -, to turn up; 



nuffleivptf 
lipped ; tin« s))[niii 
3lPClfel)-, to r. 



feiilpd)er) 
Sippen, 



pouting 



to pout. 2. 1 ({S-inen 
1 tcuie Srnge) -, lo 
ail. 3. to throw open. ((Jllie il)iiv) - 
throw or fling open; (Pie ßnrieii) -, lo 

row up. 

2tuf»ÜCVfen, •.-■ ■>. reß. igld) - min 
, to rise (Up) ngaiust etc.; (irt) — ^ii ic., 
set up for eic. ; ct roirfi fitt) juiii *»ip= 
rnlllUll lUlf, he sets up for a teacher o' 
loraliiy; ct IP Ott fid) )nin ®d)ice6tid)iet 
11 f, he assumed the place of an arbi- 
trator; fid) feUil jnin ipeivii -, to set up 

2luf»t>cttern, "• o. i (e-meio -, to 

21uflUirf)fCn, V. •'■ 1. to turn up 

ilh wax, lu polish up. 2. i t a) to dress 
p, f. «IliifpuBeii. G-c Ml heme fci)c n » |. 



2luf 

(jeroc(f)«t, lie is very smart today, b 
(©incni ©riuo«! -, to treat, lo treat splen 
didly, to entortain sumptuously. 

2lufwitffln, - «. I 10 wiudup 

la roll up. - nilf IC. , to fold, roll or wiui 
upon etc.; (Die ipiifirc) -, to turu up. t< 
roli in curling papers. 2. to unfold, u 
unroll, to unwrap, to unwind (g-in &u\i 
-, to unswathe. 

aiufwicgctei, /• (v<- -n» Hturinj 

up (to rebellion) 

iJlufwicgeln, '■■ «• '■ '■^ «'ir "i 

to slir up againsi etc. 2. to excite, lo in 

'2luftt)iegelung , / ' stirring up 

2. instigation. 

aiufwtcgcn 



3. f. aiiifmi 



Slufwiegler, »■• (-«, ?'■ -> »""-or 

a sedition, mutineer, firebrand, broiler, 
..ji.'jilor; instigator. -\ti),adj. mutinous, 
factious, seditious. -t\, f. attempt lo 
stir up to rebellion 

2lufit>icljern, »■ «. (G-umi) -, to 

(a)walie by neigliing. — c. ii. 1. to neisb 
aloud. 2. to laugb immoderately. 

2luf»»tjnmern, " «• lenKii) -, to 

(a)wake by wliimpering. 

2luf>»int»cln, "• » (Sm fimtD -, 

to »nswatlie. 

2lufwinöen, ■'•• »■ "• i- isnni) -, 

10 crane up. (Dell aWft) -, to heave up; 
(ein ©dtlffj -, lo ground. 3. to open by 



eifl) -, 10 rise winomg etc. 

aiUfWinCen, v. a. to make one rise 
by a sign. 

Jlufwiiifeln, " "■ lo wi.ii.e, to 

moaning etc. 

2(ufwi»>i>en, "•«■ '• i- »uiifujnflcu 

Nr. I. 2. (6-llieil) -, 10 strappado. 

ätufroirtcln, »■ «• '■ to wihri up. 

2. (S-inell) -, to wake by the drum, lo 
awake by beating the drum. 3. to unpeg; 
to open by turning the window-button 

aiufWirCcn, »■ "- l- [SB.nDmfpc.] 
10 cut open, to draw. 2. lo work. (I)il6 
I form (the bread); (Den ieifll 



!»n'6) 



uead. 3. (.D.i« ffl.l 



2luf»PhTCn, "■ " t" disentangle. 

3»uf>»ifcftcn, ■•■ "- '" wipe up, off 

aiufrtiifc^er, m (-6, ,</. -) ^ 
2Jufwif*lum)jen, >». c-s, j.;. -)S 

disli.cloMt. ruLber. (acent. 

2lufWittern , v. ... to track by tlie 

2luftt>ogen, "• "• % "t,. t - (mm 

^Keere), to billow, to rise in waves. 

aiufiödlbCn, •> «• >o erect hi the 

shape of a vault; |. 2Cölben. 

2lHf>voUen, f. «. to wish lo rise, 

to get U|). 

Slttfroucftern, " " ("• «• ifHD to 

grow upluxnrianily. 

3lufWUcl)ten, »• " to raise by a 
lever; 1. auflDÄflCll. 



2Juf«)ÜftlCn, " ■'• 1 to root up. 2. 
lo rake up, to dig up. Die Qrtrie -, to lurn 
up llie earth, (I*. ö(i)lüi'illell) to rooi, 

SUufltJUrf, '"■ (-e«, pi. -min 1. 
casting up, throwing up. 2. earth thrown 
up, jetty, bank etc. 3. f. »emurf. 

Slufjwiirgen, ■>• «. to devour (the 

2lufjaftlCt1, ». «. I. (®elD) niif 6en 
iiicl) -, 10 pay down upon the table. 2. t 
lo detail, to enumerate. T>Ai -, Die 21 u f. 



3Uia 



101 



2(ufiartctn, ■■ 
2tufjanEi-n, » 

olding ur qu.irreling 

2lufjaubei-n, 



up with 
,vake by 
II ©rt)U'ö 



aiufjäumen, »■"■ '■ (iVci-öe lo -, 

bridle. 2. [fuHljf.l lo truss. 

2luftedjen, '<■ <>. 'O consume by 
•inkuig. to expend in drinking. 

2IufjCftren, i'- « l. to consume; 

eat up. 2,1a -, Die <!lufiel)CUUO, cun- 
liuing elc. . consumption. 2. ± a) 10 ab- 

,rb. b, io»..s,e; f. .JUjel^rni. 

aiufjctcbnen, "• «• '• (etimis) - 



Miifieitftnuiio^liu* , 




table-book, tablets, minute 


book, memo. 


randuin-book, agenda. 




aiufjcigcn, f- auiiu 


e Iff 11. 


Slufjerren ,■>•«. ' 


lo pull up. 2. 


10 open by pulling, to pull 


open. 


?lufjieljen, ■> " 


. 1. lu draw 


open, to open by drawing. 


(CS-iue ©cl)lciK 


ic.) -, to untie, to undo; ( 


tmni (i)e|1tic£ 


teS) -, to ravel oul. 2. (2n 


Dfiincii !c.) -, 


to paste upon canvass; - 


Me Snfen -, 


[■iee6.) lo warp; ©nllcll ,Ulf 


(cnie(»eioe:c,) 


-, to siring. 3. 1 ((Sille 9Kl 


eilt) -, to pur 


on, to assume; (lUDete ®(1 


ten -, 10 lurn 


over a new leaf; (jeliuDete 


(Sniieii - , to 


draw in. lo yield; f. aiiffv 


nil lie II 4. to 


raise, to draw, lo draw up. 


(Die ©eflel)-, 


to set, lo hoist up; Cell 4 


jnl)ii nil euiei- 


smite-, to cock a gun; 


ineii SBoocii -, 


to bend a bow; (eine UljVJ - 


, to wind up; 


(Deii Sii)rl)oiifl) -, lXI)caier 


10 draw up; 


(Me 3iiafru(fe) -, to draw up( (Düil|le)-, 


to draw; (äcl)iffe, SSuIe) - 


to tow; (ein 


©LMDlllW) -, to weigh. 5. i 


a) to raise, to 


bring up, to rear, to rear 


up , to nurse. 


(Sdinfe !C.) -, 10 breed, to 


rai.e. b) ((Si. 


Men) -, to play upon elc, t 


rally, lo fop. 


10 baffle, lo banter. 10 jeer; 


to pass a joke 


upon one; ((S-|ncll) - niltic 


lo rally upon 


elc. 6. 3uni Znilje-, to ask any one lo 


dance. 7. ((Sl'IDrcDui.] lo dra 


w up by boat- 


iug. 8. t (Giiie SndjL) -, to 


delay, to put 


(u w. fcul) 1. 


[■JJilUt.] to d.aw up; lo mo 


.111 guard. 3.1 


qSnruBe -, to parade; X,ai - 


, parade. 2. * 


Sndj.tlirt) - , lo cut a ridiculous figure; 


olifaejoaeu fuiiiuieii, to make one's ap. 



offer itself; mit griun« -, J 
, to bring fortli, to produce, 



llfl« 



Sluf^tCftCn, ir. v.reff 

Sliifjieljuriicfe,/. dra, 
31uflicl)lD(i), n. - (ci 
hole. 

2lufstcticr, "•• (-.5, 

draws up etc.; [SllhU.! cle 
jeering, binlering. qnijzin 

2lufjiercn , o. „ to 
Slufiifcftcn, .• " ( 
2lufiittern, >•■ >•■ ( 

rise Irenibling. 

aiufjucfen, ■■ ". to 

sions, to palpitate. 

Slufiutfei'it , 1' « t. 
2lufjug, m. (-16. pi. 



[WlUt.] parade 
- (Oei Irimiipfjeii lo, pomp: 
>oii Driiiieii, ocfleiPet in ic., and 

feltf.imer - , a strange accoutrement. 3. 
(«aSebcrJ warp, abb. 4. - (nn «proDitiunflein 
beam. 5. crane. 6. [X^enier] act. 7. « 
delay. 

alllfjUfldri'lrff . /• draw. bridge. 

«UllfjllofflelD, n. cranage. 

2lufjÜglt(^, '"IJ. dilatory 

2lufiui>fCn, '•■ "■ 1- to undo; to 
ravel out. 2. to open by plucking. 3. ('llrte 
SBorie !C.) -, to pick. 

2luf,twängen, ». «. i- to force or 

press upon etc. 2. ((Jilie Xt)Üt IC.) -, to 
force or press open. 

2Kufj>»Ctfen , "• «. to fasten o. 



equipag 

llllb Dct 



ju «pfei'be, 



aMufjWicfCn, "•"• to open bypinch- 
StufjWingCn , ir- v. a. einem ((St. 



Slugavfcl, ■« 

eball. the ball, glo 



apple 



2iugartcn, '«■ (-*, p/. -n.uien i 

pleasure garden, paik 

2lugboIjcn, '"■ '-i, pi- -) mnr.] 

eve-boll. [choroid. 

Hu^tfdutdfen," i-i;pi-->m\at.] 
Slugfrnmjjf, '"• <-?*, pi -mmc< 

a spasm alfecling the eye. 

nuqpunft.l I- 5l>i8enpnn(t, 
2tugtaljn, ^ Slnoenioljn. 
2iugft>riC#el,m \.H u o e n f P t o fie. 

5Mug»t>rtaU , "> <-'« , pi. -nUe) 

['TJteD.l'exophlhalmia. 

2lui\C. "■ (-ä. )>'■ -n) C*""- «JiialeiiD 

face; (= <Sci)trafi) sight; Cle -n licitejfeni), 
ocular, ophihalmic; DiiS rcrtjte - (eineS 
«JjfcrDc« ic. ill Si'iieljuiii] nuf Den Siciter lo, 
off-eye; ins - fnnell, to fix one's eyes upon 

1UUÖ nilS Den -ii uetliereii, to lose sight of 
elc, ; mi - oD. ii. <iit -n fnflen, fpriiigi'ii, to 



102 



3lii9 



strike; to catch the eye; eill lMc!)fttine« - 
l)nbcii niif tc, to keep a strict eye upon etc. ; 
iiii-ljntcii, to have in oiie'seye; Emniti' mir 
ni(f)t n)ic^tr I'Ot (d6. unter) bie -ii ! don't lei 
me see your face again ! gel)' mir (lUi 
ten -n! get out of my sight! tinä - luecfen 



to t 






gnnje <)?(i(f)t Ijnbe id) fein - }uaetl)(in , I did 
not sleep a »vinii all night; lit) foiintc feill 
- jUtI)ll11, I could not sleep a wink; jroge 

ton«, among ourselves; ein Oefliröcf) «liter 
Diet -11, a privale conversation; uot lliei- 
nen -n, In my view, before my face. 2. i 
a) eye. (Jill - Ijdben nuf ic, ein - luerfeii 
ouf IC. , to have an eye upon etc., to set 
one's mind upon etc.; (ie Ijiiben K. im -, 
they have an eye to etc. ; nil« tell -11 it^tn, 

my opinion; in lijren -n, in their eyes; Dn^ 
ifl il)in ein Dorn ober Stnrfjcl im -, that's 

reftelcii -II nnfeljen, to look upon etc. with 
an evil eye; mit einem binnen - bnuonEom. 

much hurt; ((Jinem) Q-tmni (iiifi - briicfeii, 
to bribe, to gain by a bribe; @-inem ben 
Dnumrn nnfS - fc^eii, to keep any one 
short; id) Ijobe i^n mit frineni - acfe()en, 1 
have not seen any thing of him ; Qinem 
Qtmae a» ben - n6fel)eii, to guess by one's 
look; lo anticipate one's wishes, to do 
every thing to please one; ein - Jllbruden, 

particular; Co \iafit roie bic gnuft nuf« -, 
ii is not fitctingi; er ijl il,m roie nil« ben - 
Oefdinittcll, he is ejaclly like him; e-incm 



mind, b) 






9? libel), eye; - (eine« 33nd)|lii6eii«), [lOp.] 
eye, face; -n (ini Äni'e), eyes; — (iini ^3ll|s 
fet), eye; - (einer <15flnn}e), eye, gem, 
bud; -II bcPommen, (o bud, lo gem; bnö — 
imeiiuBig, iread(le) ; - (jum Ofiilitcn), 
graft; - (eiiieS (iuf()efd)0(Tenen Inueiä), coil. 

SlUflenndtfe,// lOptif) aiis of the 

aiioenare, 5 eye. 

•JlHoennber,/. I5ln,U.] .alvaiella. 

>3luoennl)nlid), "<IJ. resembling the 



,/. ophl 



Imic. 



Irfirci Buno, / ophthalii 

[illusii 

trno, '"■ optical decepli( 



'Uuocnblcnbe,/^ blink 
Mnfleulcber, n. j flap. 
•:iluoeil(>li(f, m- I- '"'"I 



b) Die t)catn, üdjteii -e (eine.; Sfrcürfieiu 
the lucid intervals. -lid), a) adj. raouien 
tary, instantaneous ; temporary; bie— Iid)i 
(5iit|1el)Unfl, inslanianeity; b,iö -1 i d) e , bii 
-lid)e Dfiuer, bie-1 id) tf 1 1, instantaneous 



stantly, instanlaneously -i, ado. ) - I i d). 
aiuaenbli?, in. eye glance, eye-shot. 
Sliiflenblöbe, /. i weakness ol 
<Uuflcnbl6biateit,/J the eyes. 



"lluacnbuoeii, m. [annt.] iris. 
41uocnbriuic , ( ^ eye-brow, brow. 
91iiaenbrnmie,j Die Ijeruorniflenbe -, 

oortiioeiibeii -n , beetle-browed; bie -n 
ruujCln, 10 bend or knit the brows. 31 lU 
aenbrniinfioflen, m. (^Imu.J arch of 
the eyebrows. 91 II e n b r (i u inn u S f e I, m 
[älnnt.l corrugator. 

aiuaenbrenneu, «. f. -Jliioencnt. 
jiiubunfl. 

Ü1 11 e 11 b r 11 d) , 111. I", a II fl e II r f (1 1 1- 

äiiiae»'"""^.'- s"'" "' "'' «^y- 

äliiflenbcrfel, m. f. -Jl ii oeii lie b, it. 
iluoenleber. 

^Uuflenbiener, in. eye-servam; meu- 
plcaser. -cl,/., -Jl 11 e 11 i e n ll , in. eye- 
service. 41Uflenbieil|1, in. [ijot.) eye- 
bright, (mal gland. 

aluflenbrüie, /. l^lnitt.] the lachry- 

')lllflenbniltell)eit,/. dimness of the 

-JlU 0£ 11 e 11 IJ li n b II II a , /. inllainmalion 
oftheeye(s), ophthalmy. Die Irodilie -, 
xerophthalmy ; bie Ijnvce-, sclerophthalmv ; 
Die unJTe -, blearednesa, lippitnde. 

31 uaeii fit li ''../■ 2ie ttniifljufte Säermi: 
beruiifl bet-, [>1)tt!>.] glaucoma. 

ülua Cliff II. "■ i''i"> «of "'f ^y')' »I- 
|bugo. 

iUliafllffll^'iflfti'. /• the aqueous 
'humor of the eye. ®l(i|'etne -, |'. (S I .1 S; 
! f c u d) I i a f ' 1 • i fti)|liilleiie - , f- Ä r i |1 n 1 1= 
!fcud)tiof f i'- Imalis. 

»Uuaenfiftel, /. 16l)it.l fistula lachry- 
^U(\tnf\edt» , m. dragon. SBeipet -, 
the white speck in the eye, haw, pearl, 

iJlugcnfdie, m. ophilialmic Huiiou. 
rheum in the eye. 

•.lluaellfllifril), "'IJ- allecled >vilh ai, 
ophthalmic fluxion. 

«liaeilforclle,/. an eye-spoUed trout. 

aiuaeufitmia, adj. having the form 
of an eye, in the foi in of an eye, eye- 

-n u e 11 a e I'd) 1» u I a , /. exophtlmlmia. 

eye. 

Ülllflcnaeiuölf, 11. nebula. 

SlUflCllfllnf, n. eyeglass. -rrt)lel|et, 
m. opiician. 

aiuatiiavube, /. - (bei \ljfctbeii) , ihe 



>)luaent).iuid)cn, n. f. -21 n a e n I) .■ 
■alll aenl) iiUjIe, /. eyehole, socket. 



Slug 



. -1I> 


(»luKibfr 


>nerueic.). 


orbit 


al. 




91.18 


II r 


i^el, 


m. 1. a tic 


kling 


in 


he 


e. 2. 




eusual 


gratification 




e e 


ye- 


aiua 


nf 


III pp 


,/.)■. Slufl 


enle 


er 




aiua 


«t 


nod) 


II, m. cheekbone 






aiuo 


n 


ornl 


e,J. white 


oral. 






aitifl 


nfriim I 


f, m. spas 


m alfecl 


ns 


e eye. 










[o 


ye. 


9iua 


11 


rniif 


) e 1 I, /'. a dl 


sea.se 


ol 


he 


41 u a 


n( 


rniit 


n. [»Ot.] e 


e-bri 


-ht. 




9iua 


11 


rebj. 


in. a cauce 


in tl 




ye. 


91 u a 


II 


rei«. 


in. orbit. 








aing 


11 


cbet. 


n. f. 91 11 a 


eilbl 


en 


' 



, f. ophthnlmolo 

11, n. f. 9lliae 

[eye; eyes 



9lna 


mo«, ndj. V 


yelcss. 




■JIUfl 


\UU(\,J. de 


ghi of the 


eye*.-^ 


91 u a 


nmoDl,«. 1 


91 11 a e n 


letfeii. 


91 u a 


e n ni n r in o 


t, m. e 


e- spotted 


arble. 








91 11 a 




ring with 




eni autf« - 


l)<iben. 


have a 


rrect. 


just eye. 




ttel. 


9111 a 




, .1. f.91u 


a e II 111 II t> 


9111 a 


enmetf, n. 


any objec 


t to which 


e eye 


nny be di.ecl 


ed, m-irk 


point of 


t l)abei 


n. iSein-niif 
, to aim at e 


ic. rirt)teii 


Ob. flerid). 


91 1. a 


iimitlel, 1 


Ophthal 


lie. - jn 


iSerlid) 


em®ebr.uid)e, 


collyrium 


eye-wash. 


91 1. a 


iimu«fel, 


in. [-Hlinl 


] the ab. 


icior 


Uli. 






9iua 


nil er Ute), »i. eyesirii 


6- 


•21 ua 


iiuetoe, w. 


nerve of 


.he eye. 


9iua 


iipnppel,/. 


spiked m 


How. 


>uua 


npein,/. p» 


ill in Ihe 


eye(.s). 


•91 u a 


iipcrpeiibi 


el , in. 


[ ®eom. ) 



nt of ,ight. ■2. po 



eye. 2. f. sUnaenlllfl. 

aiuaeiitiiifl, in. f. •iliiaeiiboacn. 

91 11 a e linn lie 11,11. [i)»eb.] epiphora. 

91uaclirÖrl)e,/. xe. ophthalmy. 

911igcnflllbe,/. eye-salve. 

aiiiaeiif*«!»,/- r- 91iiafiil)nber. 

91ua t "f<l)t'll> '"■ »ie>v, inspeclio 
311 - lltljlliell, to take a view of etc. 

91uaell I'd) em II d), ii<<; evident, visibi 



Illy, visibly. 



ess, obvio 
91liacnl 



luaenidlleim, .... > j'. aiiiaenbut. 
Inanifdjmiilj, ...J .er. 



saug 



3(UÖ 



103 



auoeufpctrcr,^ m. [6l)u-.l speci 
■aii(ieiifDie(jeI,j oculi. 
auoniipiel. "• oglMig. 
'Jl ll(ielM'prl*t , /. language Ol 



iflenil.! 
JOcuile 



ie, /. l'HJniSniiVt.l brow- 
rLeye-aone. 2. ocn 



pupil, i. i fav 
ig,/. l'TOeS.] m 



5lUoe"Itiefc", "■ blearedness. Iipp 
>!lllOtlllticfi fl, "<(/■ bleai-eycd. 
»JlnOCiiiriMl. '"■ I- [»»'0 eyebrigli 
2. i cousolarion. -l\r(\i, n. [»Pt.) 1) 

-iluoeiu.erDuntelunn , /. l'VM 
achls»; f. -iluotMöiiiifclDnr. 

-llUflClu.utf.lll, m. l'TOeCl eiophllia 

aufleuiunifcr, n. 1. - (jmu >a;,i|d)E 

-indjt,/. liydroplillialmia. 

«llOCIlluel), n. paiii in Ihe cye(s). >o 

aiiioenroeice,/-. f. -il ii ,i e ii 1 u ll. 
■älunenroEiB, -■• >Ih' »hi.e of tl,= ey 
>!lilflenrocite, /. reiicl, of ilic ey. 

aiuacniveiu,/. f. '31,iaMm(l)fe. 

auoeiM»immEr,5 ' '>"■"'• 
»Jluociiiunif, «1. eye-ivink. 

the eye. ['Jlnnt.) caiitljus. -oef*™"lll' 

91u,ienroinren, n. winking of 

'JUiflnnuölfieiii, t n. [-mt, ] . 
31 uge III» elf (hen, S cnla. 
aiMOcniuoiuie,/. |. QUionidin. 
auflClimur}«!). /• rootof tl,e 

«!luaenj,i:)n, m. eye- loot!,, c; 
lootli. 

anofllJEllOf. '"• eye-wilness. SB 

- fem, to witness; ict) i«.ir luMi ecu i 

•iliioenjeufliiie, n. ocular lesiiu 
■üiiflEiijier,/. IBot.l buglos.,. 

between ll,e eye». 

Stugeln , " « "> g^ri. s,i« Keffer 

juiii-, grafting -knife ; tni - mit 
edjuec. scniclieon . gralling. — v. i 



21uflcn, 



i)3(Iiiiijf n) , 
.] to look ab 



StUgtg, "'IJ- an com,,.) eyed (J. 
aiugit, m. (-f> [«(inrnil,)-) ang,i 

^Ufllein, " i-ä, )'/. -> a iiiii- . 
2tugjnent, >>■ i-f. pi- -o iwr.im 



arg(li). -if*, näj. Aug.sburg(h). 
ifd)e fionfeffiDll, 'Ite Augustan {or i 

Slugur, "•■ (-«, p'. -11) a 

ircn, ». «. und... 10 augur. 

'Huguft, »>• 1- (-ä> leiaciiu.i 

usins. 2. (-ci5, pl. -et [.RnlEiii).) Ali 
■llUfluaijnfEr, m. hasly oats. 
Ol Ug U t^l)Dpf Ell , m. liaMy liops 
-llU01l|l(irf*E,/. agriot. 
•11 II a 11 ilniüiint, .... Angn.st. 
«llGllllpflcllllle./- green-gagf, 
■]1110llflf(l)Elll, in. harvest nioon 
«iiguafdjraniiMii, m. the y 

°2luguftc,(-"ä./ , . „^,„ 
aiugufta, r ^ 

iUugUftin, ">• (-«' Augnstln. A 

^(ugufHner, "■■ <-«, p'- -> 






muvem, r. aiiEni:Eri)r. 

ilavitel, f. <w. -i» t»»t-) >> 
21uriv«gment, «. (-«> orpi- 

2lUVOrO, /• (-«) aurora; f. >; 
iivötljE. 9liitorf(irbe,/. pink-i 
2lUÖ, prep. 1 out of, from. - 



fro 






(!El)eii , 

Pit ITtoDc, out of fasliii 
3., fron. S.; He ill - ^P. , : 
if P. ; - Per KonioDiE (oiuiii 
II the play; - Der nitcii 'Jmii 



l.gsl 



Ijei-iiii 



2. - ©rtnljntlig, by or from experience; 
(CiEbE, iJiEib K.), out of; - ts-lirgfij ii 
through ambition etc. ; - ■OÄ.ingfl .lU !i 
for want of etc.; - ejElji'rfnni gEijEil v 

many accounts; - blüpElll SGErPilil)! , up( 
mere suspicion ; Et mflet)! Ms It. - tt 
©ruiibE, he is thoroughly uiastei of clc 
- (llleu fitiiftEll, Willi might and main; 
nai fi'ir Etiitui ob. lucltliEm QJniiibE? fro 
what motive? - mni flit 'D3Jil(I)I? by wli 
authority? - »ErfdjiEbEIIEIl lltuldKn , Iro 
various causes; - bElll OmiErflEII i>ti Spi 
JEllS, from the inmost soul; -freiEtSl" 
off hand; id) (Et)frl)e - ic. , 1 see by etc 
fie mndicii firt) md)t6 - it., they don't ca 
about etc.; - ciiiEm ©djoeiiiui u'lro t 
•Boum, a cion becomes a tree. 3. of 
3?l)lJ, - jpolj gtllKlrt)!, of wood, made 
wood, wooden. - 3!ld)t6 luirO 9ild)ti5 , 



2lug, 



c. I. out, over. up. «porrinti 
ineou.;e«l(l-mitilmi, hei 



he is gone; f. 5lii«fEiii. 2. SBcii cyriiiil 
-IjEilen, iliibiren, to cure radically, u 
study thoroughly; I'Dii QJnillb - (tiofE ic.) 
thoroughly; iu>n !?inii6 -, t originally 



MtSoiibcii - (IdftEieitii ic), from London, 
g|)C - 3ill)t Eill, year by year, from one 
;ar to another; ev lUEig IDEbEt - UPlJ) Ein, 
! is at his wifs end. he does not know 
3w to help himself. 
2lUSncbte»l, ■'. ». to cease groa g. 

^luoadtirn , n «. to piow up or 

i,t. - ... «. to cease plowing. (out. 

2lu§äBcrn, .■■ "■ topiuck the v.-ins 

2(U§nffClI, '•■ "■ 10 deride, to .nock 

^21uöangeln, .■■ «• (eniEn ginß so 

. in empty by angling. 

Jlusantwovten, »■ «■ «> deliver, 
2lu§arbcitcn, v. «. i. to «orh 

ut •Jill« bor erbe -, to dig up. 2. in 
oilow out. 3. (Odlfell IC.) -, to flay. 4. 
) coinpo.se ; [5pl)l)|'.] lo elaborate; (l'ü(lig) 
, 10 finish, to perfect; (Ilitthlllfllid)) -, 



büdig n ii^gE 



ntbEitet (u. SiEbcii ic.) , el. 
Smlniib, bn Q:tm<\i (pofliii) n 
tEt ill, elaborateness. 5. (5il 
[-ajnibmi'pr.) lo blood. 

2(u§nrl)citcn, "• "- ( 



off wo 



II g or fer 



2lugarbeitiutg , /- finish 



iUuöärgern, "•«. e-im-m bi.' erciE 

-, to vex one's soul out. - „. reli. Sid) 

'aiUÖart, /• (p/. -Ell. degeneration; 
(degeneraiedi variety. -Ell, u. ... (ii. w. 
feill) In degenerate. -Mug, /. degenera- 
tion, degeneracy. 

2tU§nffen, •■. ... topmne. to clear 

2lU§atbntCn , <>■ <•■ l- to expire, 

to breathe out. forth. 2. f ? Die Wpfe 
(itl)met einen uißeii ffleriid) niii, the rose 



aiuSa^en, ». «. to take away b 

^nkbaäen, -r. v. «. i. to b.-.°k 

sufflcienlly. 2. (jl|M)c It.) -, lo bake i 
butter. - ». ... .0 finish baking. ^llUgi 

2lUÖ6aiCn, »• "■ l» balhe enougl 
•l|ll tgEbnb EI h.lbell , in have done batli 
iiig. — V. a. i lo pay lor. lo suffer foi 
to smart for. 

2lu6baggevn, ". "■ lenun ^.ifci 

21UÖbäften, "■ "■ '» il'>- to dry n^ 

2lugbalgenW "■ «■ <&» it^m-> - 
2lu§bälgcn,5 '"Skin; (Sögci ic, 

-, to stnif; mir Sitpl) -, to sinlf wit 
straw. 'iinpacl 

aiuölmllcii, "■ "- iffi.i.ii-Eii) -, I 
2lu'Sbal,^cn, •■. ". - a'"'« -JImei 

l)al)ll) , lo cease pairing. 

nncn, "• ■.• l. r. "Serbai 
2. ± e-illEU bölEll eiEljl -, 10 exoriis 



2luöt>au, 



fiilishiii 



104 



bulge. — V. refl. gul) -, to belly 

2Iu6t)aucn, " «• (ein s?(iu6) -, 

Sluöbaucr, >"■ (-«, pi. -) fini!.ii 

2luSbccI)rrn, d r- 5iii«ttiiifrn 
SluSbcSingcn, "■. ... „. .o co 

dilioii for etc. tld) ßtluil« -, to resei 
10 one's self. 

31u6be&ingung , / reservation. 
2lii§becren, "• ». i» pick out i.e 

aiuöbcftnltcn, -r. ... «. f. «u 

tiCbiMflCII. 

2Iu§t>et*tcn, .-. ». t» in„si, co 
Jlusbcincn, f- «■ lo take out n 
2lu5beißen, "■• r-. «• i- «> büe o. 

9lll«(jcll iffell, [iBlir.] ercse. 'J. lo for 
out by biiiiig. ©irt) tintii Snljn -, to bre: 

out a toolb. 3. i l ((S-illciij -, to dsplac 
10 work out Ol lavor. - .•. „. mm.] 



'UM 



! or fretting. 
cease yelp- 



iut. 5. to purify by luaceratii 

Slu^belfcrn, f. " i. 

iig. 2- i to cease scolding. 

2lu§bf Hen, - ". to . 

MuÖbevftCU, i: n. , 



2lu§licffen"r, »'• '-(■, pi. - 

SlllSteffCrn, " «. to make u 
epa.r, to mend, lo refit; lo piec 
Jllilllt' -, to bottli, 10 palcli; (fin @d)itf) 
, 10 repair 
52(USbefferUlIfl, / repair, repa.« 

'JliicbL-ricruuaiSfoileii, j. n.eud 

2Ju&beten, .•■ «. and ... to fiuisi 
jluebctten, •>■ " »»d ... to at ou 

- up vv.tl, beds; lO take out ol bed; U 
>ke out beds. 
2lU§ItCU<?Cn, >•■ ". ((.iiiier ©,i(t,f; 

2lu§ln'ugung,/. eiasi,,.,. 

2luebcili.cn , .• .•. lo beat out pro 
i.ieuces or bo,s^c^s ,,u n.etal,. 
21uel'CUtC,/ 1/''. -n) gain, profit; 

21UötCHtClll, K. " 1. 10 .sl.akeout 
•a bag; 10 bolt. 2. KguiiMt)-, to fleece 
ly one, to drain any ones |,urse. 

2(uSbcsaJ)lcn, '■ ... lo pay ,n 

ill, to make up a payment; |". 'line., 

21uibicgen, "■. "• «■ lo tum out. 



«11 6 Leu or,,. 

3luebiftcn, 



sale, lo set up for sale, lo set ( 
2. 10 outbid; |. Ilcl)er6ieteii. 

^uäbilbbav , «'U- impr 
SUusbilCen, i- ... i» to. 

lect; 10 give a finishing eduea 
iftu SJctllllllEi K.) -, 10 cuiti 
lo refine', lo imp. 



■ ut 10 sale. ^ a bolton, in. [of olo«h. 

3. gmeii 2IU§bl5gCn, ". "• 10 »I'Jpe (a pioee 

, f. 91tif; SlUöboßlciI,!'.... loplank, toboacd. 

J SMuSbp^ren, '•• ■■. I. to bore; to 



(Sen 
upple ; 
; (den 



2(u6borgcn, .■ 

2lu§braf?en , ... . 
21u6!'ratcn, "• 

.fficicnlly ■,'. cjcttl - , 



rove. Slu«acllil6e 
Sl>iT|l)llC10 , having a finished educa 
accouiplishetl. [prover, cultivator, j roasted. I. to ...i. o.it i 

OJiisbiloer, -". (-«, pi. -) un.\ 3luöbrau*en, 

2lUSbllCUng, /. perfection, cuIti- to consume. 2 lo use .i 

valiou, imp, ovemcnl. refinement. 21u6brClUen, ". a 

SluSbinScn, '.. ... ... i» u.ibmd, io'2. (Die ®,i|ie to -, to e 

liOp.J to lie up. ibreii.iig. 

2lugbittcn, /.. r. „. s,rt, cf„m,.^| 31iisbraufen, - 

-, to ask or beg lOr etc., to lequest; //. roaring or blustering. (Set 2Bl 
lo deprecate Sn6 biite irt) iim- n u 



ondil 



2(uSbldnten, 
2lu5blafen, 



ing. 



eciic 



Dillf 



kill I 



,b by sound ot 1 
bout). ^m\ 2ob -, to sound 01 
6. [>Kii|'.] a; itiiii ©tiirf) -, i 



poliah. 

I. 2. i (Jnu-n' 
le. 3. 10 pub. 

4 i l„ soun. 



line 



iicii l;„t.r 



2ln6bläucn, .•■ «. (emeu; , 1 

21u6bietbcn, <> o. „.,.u «. lei, 

loslayout;to tarry. Sil*-, [3(ea>lp|Vl' 
1. - appearance; bn^ llllijel)t)r|'nilie - 
l3tC(i)t6|'pr.J conlempt of court; (I u ä g i 
bene (SBriefo <$i>ften, mails due. ; 



X>A6 gt. 



bet blieb (tue, be etc. got 
'er, the fever left him; cer 



2. - (uotli 2Eeiiic iC), to CI 
g. HiUaebca u6t Ijaiien , 
e fermenting. 3. i 21 u b 



fretting; to be cooled 

2lusbred)cn, > 

or force out, to take i 



brea 



1 take out. (friiifii !8nnin, 
-, to p.uue, to lop; (i),e 2Bein|liJcfc, -, it 
disbud; (3nlj„e) -, 10 draw; iSoljiicn !C. 
-, ,0 slip out of the shell etc.; - (Steine, 
'Hi.irinor;, to quarry. 2. to vomit oi- prikt 

- (Ü. ölehlllQeiien), to break out of prison: 

- ii'uni Seuer), to break out; Der iUiiail: 
fdiiutiO bin It) il)i,cn ni\i, they sweated loi 
fear. 2. i to break out. - a>. SllifTeili, lo 



ugble 



tljCil' 



iSotii 



iUütle;, to be left out. c) not 
place; llllftt-, to lake place. Sent 
ioU ,lld)t -, thou shall not escape 

Üln§bUiben , "• t-s; »layi 

lon-arrival. D.ie - Cer 3,i|;iiing , 
II the paynie.it. 

StUÖblCJC^Cn, "•". lobleacl 
:lc.) out. —V. ... 1. lo finish bleaci, 



2lusblcicii, 
aiuSblirfcn, I 

2lu6bU$en, t 
2lu5blotcn, ' 
2(uSbtul)C!i , 



aiu&boPcn, 



laugh, - u'. einem vlUlftuljr jc.) , to break 
out; 111 (illljlitfeii -, to break forth in 
rapture(s); (loenii Cet Ävieji roie^er an 6, 
bridjt, bleaks oui again; - (i>. e)el)eini. 
nificn :c.) , to be divulged, to come out. 

2(uäbreitcn, >■■■ •'■ i. to extend, i» 

spread, to stretch out. (gin iifitjtnrt)) -, 
to lay; (tic .sniarli -, to stretch out; ilUe; 
Ijebrcitet (u. 2le|ieii), (üJor.J divaricaie. 

2. 1 to extend; lo sp.ead abroad, lo pro- 

(iierüd)!) -, to circulate; n ii e 3 cb te i ic t 
(U. Det (Delel;r)"iiiHfeir jc.), extensive; one. 

2luöbrcitcM, >>. rj. Sivij -, 1. 1» 



spread; fid) - Ct). (Seviirt)!! 



tIBllnj 



spread, 






2Iu§bi'eiter, »i. i-f, vl -> i. on. 
SluSbreitung, /. spreading, « 

nsion. 2. i spreading. - (5,^ (Slaubtlli 
(S)i'riii'.)ieii . tcö idjadep jc.) , prop.i 

■.UNcbrriiniija,, Milan, / mission. 



3(uö 

31 u « li r c i 1 11 n 1 I'll (1) t , /. prosclj tiiin 
propagaiidism. 

5hieln'cnncn, '>■ <-eg v. n. i. u 

burn sufficieiilly. (©in .(tmiiiiii -, lo biiri 

-, 10 Ijurii; (3.il)llc) -, lo cauleriie. 3 
(3ici)fli -, 10 bake, lo bake sufficiently 
10 bake «ell. 3. i (Jrii a^ofcii) - (inn 
Der $15«, 10 scoicli. lo büke (irp). — 
D. 11. 1. lo cease buriiiiig. Ä>(ls gcucr - 
l(l(Tcll, to let llie fire bum out. 1. (u. «■ 
frill) to be burnt up; to be consumed in 
wardly; to get dry. parclied. 3. (u. w 
ijaien} a) lo finish burning, b) (3ic(jcl('r^ 
to beat the kiln for the last lime. 

aiustringrn, '>•• •■• "• ' *•> irins 

out; to gel olT. oui. (Xlir ©djnltippe) -, te 



<I>tn aiiftr)-, to il 
ifid)) - , to cleanse ; (^I'lljlli 
ciiiei: «jeiiiie) , lo lialcb ; (cinrt 
(o take or fetch out. lo get 
$.lllt)rd)lll)e !C ) -, 10 lake or 
iSdimtlj.] to melt. f. 91iif 
2. i to spread. ((Jill ©Cl;tiMlll, 
vulge or blab ; (®m"irt)rc) -, I 



boaid; 



©Cfll 



he'iilib, 



(giv 



aiusbringcr, '"■ i-^ ;''.-)(. 

-inu) divulger. blab. (crumble oui 

2lH#bruclj, '"• (-a. pi- ->irf)0 1 

breaking out; - (ciiic« SSulfotlS) , eruf 
lion. 2. ± outbreak, breaking out. (Jiu ■ 
iie^ Si'i'iit*, a Ijursi 01 passion; - (cine 
5-nl.iniEUtf), breaking oui; Jll 111 -E f 1)111 
nicii, lo break out; fcliie ^Ijr.iiitil Jiiili • 
fciliracll hllJcil, to give vent 10 one's tears 



befoM 



apes i 



of lb 



first press. Cfrlicr — , uuprcssed wine from 
Buda. 

ÜluSBVÜcljil?, «'Ij- geue»lly or pub- 
licly known. ~- llia(t)cll, to make public. 

2lu§bvii^)fn, "• «■ '^ '"id. to 



;irbo 



2lu§tiriillen 



rid) 



^llow one's fill. Ihummin 

2Ju§I'nnmncn, ■•• »• i» "«. 
3<iietrunfteti, »."• ioce.iseio m 

2IU§tU-Üften, >'. «. (g-inen Ddjfri 

äiuSBriitcti, "■ «■ i- to hatch, si 



2. f 



atch. 



2Iu£.tnic^fcn, 
31u§lnicfclii, 
aiuSBiigcln, 



ipiii aiiii») -, 

I. to stud. 2. 
. iG-iii fvleiw 



10 iron out. — v. ii lo liiiisli ironing. 

2»u§t»ül)nfn, .■■«. l-TCin.j (ein 

®(!)(ld)t) -, to hue. 

3IUÖtun6, »'■ i-ri) paragon, il 



I ®d)öiil)cil 



the best. (Sil 
ragou of beauty etc.; rill — i^oil eil 
®cl)emic, eilt - nflcr «SdKliue, an am 
knate, arch rogue; ein - UPli 5Jt<6l)fif, 



quisilc niaüce. 

2lUÖt)Ünfcig, «J;- supreoitly cucel 
nt, extraordinary, unconniion ; standard 
- orfi'. - flclcljrt, of profound or dee| 
ud.tion. very learned. 
2luSbÜl'gCn, •■. "• (G-nirin -, IC 



2Iu§tiii'ften , ■>■ «■ (Stntn > 

blu^ll; (^tll gtnilS) -, to brush 
2IU§6uf(t)'en, ■>• °- l- (ßinen 



3(116 



105 



21u5cuitnnt, < 

■eii) f. 3"l)i:'nr. 

2luScuihcn, ( 
2luä'£'nmiiien, 
2Uiö£'nmvff"' 



eama^>ay. S,l*-, eva, 

2luSBniiiVffn, >'■ 



2lu6Pam*ifung,/. 
21uSJinxnnen, ■> «-'o 



2Ju5faucx-, 



2IU§iJCJiämU<^,/- diking. 

2lus&enfbar', f- Smfixiv. 

2luSi5enCcn, •>: v. a. l. to conlrlv« 
o imagine, to invent, lo devise, gtd) (5-1 
IMJ -, to arrive at etc. by thinking. 2. 
Jllllilö -, to regard a thing in all its parls. 
(S-lllfll (Scfnilfcu) -, 10 follow up or out. 



ren. 



Ihii 



be incapable of tliinking farther 
longer. 

2lu§&cuten, "■ «• i. '» e^p 

expound. 10 iiitcrprei. (@ilie & 
fitrifO -, ic 
inlerprot. 2. 
upon 



2lii§»eutiing,./ 
2lu§&tc6ten, " 

H3f,ir.J to calk. — ... 

2Iu§i'telfn, ' . " 
2lug5icncn, v. « 

one's time. 31 11 f il C M C 1 

time. 2. to become unfit f 

tiirilltr glMMlt, vcler.iii 
©cine 3rii cDcv 3.il)re -, 
out. + stand out. se.ve 

2lit§Pin(?en, <■■ • 



■ (6111 ifcdi.ff, -. 
f. ail«'-, iiiieii. 
10 bof.rd. to floor 



,, tbold 



f. SJerDiiigen. 3. f. 'Jl u f m i r il, ni. 

2luöl'ciineni, -■. i»,,,. i. to ce^ 

ndcriug. Si Ijfir n u ij c 6 D II II c r I , 
i lefi off thundering. 2. 1 u.n. 9llU(] 
lllurr liiUH'll, to have done luraii.ga 



iUuSöauern, " " to endure. -j 2lu§6Drren, -- 

,. I. to hold out. Bic-Dr^S(lnilJC, [!8or.] dry up. to be parched 

ennial; -6 ( l> SicilUpfcvDril ) , having 21 u «0 f ü V r t <liDlIt »t 

loin. 2. t to persevere, to liold oui. 5per|"01ic;ii, to waste awi 
S(16 -, perseverance. 2lU§fcDrren , •'• 

2(ul6Cl)nbaV, "<<>■ exlendible, ex. parch, to scorcli. 
usibic, distensible, ductile; - (LCll fcr 2lU§i'X'atl(lCn , 

ifl K.) , dilatable, expansible, expansile. |-. 25 c r » r.l UflC 11. 
feu,/, ductility, exiensibilily, exlen- 21ll§Srefl)flin , 



Kill) I. 1 



expo 



c), to expand. Sic -fc Stflft {tct Sph)t 

ire'tch. gii lucit - (cine Sd)rifl|letl«), to 
tretch; ju ivcit - (25i'vrfd)rt) , lo over- 
train; eiii nuSflcüel) liter SBirfiiiiflSfrei*, 

®i(ft -, to extend, to stretcli , to dilaie, 



lorn artificially. — 
I a lathe. 

2lusCrcbcn, 



ig;i'.9lii*6teffrf€ 
,,esl out of etc. { 
SpaM - , to wri« 



l)iei>.J diaslole, diasloly 
nsion; -, [öieeMll.] dii 
iiiefi aSi'rred)teö,i, eitensi 



tci fi'frjctiS, 
., l<I5l)i)r.| cx- 



31u«i>cl)iuiiifläfr(ift,/. t 

31 u 6 6 e 1) 11 II II a s I' e nil 6 e " , "■• j 

pansive force. [close with a < 

2lu§l»eid)en, »■ " "> dive, t. 



Ill <(!-iiv<if) aiic 

rest Or wrench out of one's hand. 

2Tu§ircfd)cn, <>. o. «. i. to thrasi 

It; to llirash out sufficiently. 2. to empi; 
, iiiiMsliing. 3, to gel by thrashing. — 
" '" fi"i'l' iluashing. 

2tuöJiricnin, r «inftüüeiM- 

aiueirUlf , '"• i-r*. p(-i"i<fe) ex 

essioii, -, [(Sr.ltlim.J expression; fit 
r.illcrer-, archaism; ill ,iüflcn.eiiieii31iie^ 



-, I'JiDei 
int -Jltifle, 



C.an, 



divergent 



mnUrtaiifÜUe,/. expressivene.v 
m»it'r»<(tS)Uet,l «dj. void of 
*Jllläerllrf(fi)lC«, \ pression. with 
rpregsioii. 
91 u « e t U tf Id 111, adj. expressive. - f. 

5Iiipbrnctiuiif(il)in, "'''• '"i"''!' 
[press one's self. 



iiupiiiit, lo impress. Clf SCBrtct O'l») - . 
10 print llie words at full length. 1. i to 

ilioughts ; iiidjt mit lüi-rleii n ii « j ii D r ii tf c it, 

print completely. — v. n. lo hnisli print- 
ing, to Knish the impression. 

aiUÖ&rÜcECn, v. a. I. to express. 

strain. Sn«-, expression, straining etc. 
•2. to sqneeie o.it, to extinguisli by sqneci- 
ing. 3. to extend by pres.siiig. 4. f, 91 II 6 = 
Dtlltfell Nr. 1. 

2lU§6riitfÜct), "<(/. I- express, ex- 
plicit, plain. 2. inlended, intentional. — 

'"sMuSSuftCnJ v.u. (n. w. fnlt) to 
ascend as vHpor. S),16 , l.nä o ,1 « b u f le t, 

OluSfeUftUni;,/- exl,ala,ion. 
-, to exhale. ^. 10 fill with exhalations; 

2lU§&UlBen, •'•«• lo endme (snlTer- 
cease sufiering; lo siilTer to the end. (Jr 

2lu§Cunft, »>• <-Ee,;.(. -liinle) ex- 
2lU§BnnftI>0r, «dj. I. evaporahle. 

SKuäfiunftCn, •■ "• <n. w. mn) I. 
to evaporate, i. (Surd) Cic 5?r,iir) - , to 
perspire, to Ir.nnspire. 

SlUS&UnftCn, »^a- l. m evaporate. 

hale. 3. (Jlird) Mc ^illlD -, to perspire, 

«Muobunftuttg, /• (W- -e") i- -, 

l.on; - (Mirrf) t.ie ijnul) , per.s'piration , 
transpiration, 'l. (2(1« 9lllf(ictitni|lete) ex- 
halation, 

9Iu6öiin|Tiiii{|äiiitffcr, m. l^m.] 

'"l(°u§C(fenV''°'«- 1°''"' ■■"'<> »" 

to cut ont in angles. 

2lu6C9(lCn,|l ' »■ to Unish har 

SluSegcn , 5 i"s- - "•"■ ">''••> 

np.out. (into p 

2lu§cinanBf r, «-'i'- asunde,. a 

-)lll«ei^o^^f.■t)rl^Of^,/ ,,-. ... « 

«uSniiniibErtljiiii, 5 separat 

9Iu«(:iiinnberfal)VCii, ir.c.n. n 

feJii) :<J)ln)f. ic.l - d'. SidUilr.ililPii ic.) 



tiiii;r aStrfnmnutiiia), to bre.ik up. 

'Jliifeinnnecrleoeii, "■ "■ I- to i 
fold. 1. to lake to pieces. 

>!lu«eiiinnDcniind)en, ( v. a. 

9niäEili(inDeritcl)tiifi., irj take 
asunder, lo take to pieces. 

«JliiäEiiinii 6etr iicteti, o.a. to mo 
or push asunder. 



ely. 2. t a> (»nnSell to separate. 



g; .0 .set out; (-TOnr.] to p 
■2. llljcpl.J SBoii Dtni 35cK(Teiicii ■ 



91iiäeiii(iiit)i:riicl)e 

2luöetfcn, "•"• '• 



cease suppurating, teslering. 'i. (u. w 



2lu§ertiefen , j "• «■ to choose, 
3luöevfcren, "■•^ <^i"| <"■ "i"'- 

2iUÖertiirCn, ") <!lu«.rft'ren, 



2litöfabi'en, 

TOeö) -. to hollow 



by 



by . 



epen by driving, ©tnrt n u 4 a E I ii I) r E n 
. QiElEil'Ell) , deep. 2. to drive out, lo 

(213(101-611) - , to export. 4. (gEllftErrdI); 
Ell) mit OJuHjEll -, l®d)r£illEtJ to rabbet. 

2tu§faftren, <>•• v. « (u. w. Ktio i. 



[-IRii 



2lii§rrfcf)cn, 



s.a.ioM. irunici 

2luöcrftnncn, i". -ii " « fi " " <■ "- 6' 
2liiöfr»i''nblcii/ "•"■ '" '■^"""■'- ' 



aiuSevjaftlen, 



e-iue SdiiilTcl It.) -, lo empty by 



2. t t - , iiKi till ^liiftrtr tmoEl'rtxft Ijn 



2luSfnd)cn, 



Sluöfacljffrn, 

a. e-iiitii SHjEinflorf - 



2lu'SfäbcIn, "• 



I get out of the pit. 3. [q!l)i)f.] to emerge, 
to slip. iDiEtt.) fuf)r 11)111 nus, slipped 
ut of his band. 5. to break out. 91lll SEIbE 
U*OEf(ll)rcil lEill, to have a breaking 
ut, an eruption on the skin; im (SJcüd)« 
iUflcfiil)i:eii frill, to have pimples etc. 
1 0.- on the face. G. i - (iJEgCU ©lllEU), to 



MüäfabVt, / ip'. -Ell) a driving 
out, ride, drive, airing. 2. 1-Mll.] getting 
out of the pit. [-l.M)l)r.J emeision. 3. gate- 

aiuÖfaa, >n. (-C6,pl. -(iflei I. fall- 
ing out or oir. - (Oct: !B(iniiiitm-), iSliir.J 
prolapse, falling. 2. a) [gElOlt.] pass . + 
passade. f passado. lunge. ©ItlElt — niild)Ell, 
lo make a pass (at an antagonist), f. 31 ll i, 
fnllEii. b) l-Wilir.) sally. (ä-inEii - ra(irt)6ii, 
tijull, to sally out, ro make a sally or sor- 
lie; DEM - (lutljolmi, to stand the sally. 3. 
i attack, 4. t n) result, b) deficiency, de- 
ficit. 5. -, -ttjor, .1. sally-port. 

2lu§faUen, <>. »• «• ("■ w. lEiiD i. 

to fall out; - (U. SeU i?ilin'Ell) , to come 
out, lo fall olf; Eilt «»iittti , Die .Jp.ini'c - 
jii lundiEii, depilatory; bn« - iiEr »ii.irE, 
[«WtEb.J fox-evil, alopecy; Die 3Al)tlt f.llioeil 
an, iljm nil«Jllf(lll611, be is beginning 10 
shed his leefh, Ills teeth begin lo lall out. 
|2. i »1 Si 111 mit 11 iiSflEfn licit, it slipped 
Ly memory; (fEiii gjdiUE) i(l mil: nuäoe. 
fnlleil, has escaped my memory, b) to fall 

c) to degenerate; f. 91 11 6 iir le ll. 3. a) 
! [gtdltf.J to pass, to make a pass, lo lunge. 

to sally out. 4. t to tall out, to prove. 
(S)ut -, to turn out »ell; fd)lrrt)I - lo fall 
short of etc.; E6 fitl (iiibEtj nil 6, it look 
a dilTcrent lurn; ti luivD ill fEillEt iSdjnilbe 
-, it will turn out to his shame; bic 
'lünlil fiEl imoliiifiid) filu iljii, jii iViiieiii 
■)uld)ll)EilE (lUi;, tlie election went against 
lijin; tai Uriljtil fiel jii (Siiiiaeii bEV S5iE. 

2lU§fallcn, "•• "• «. -, fid; - (ti. 
llEll airill iC), 10 dislocate by falling or 

falling. [plait. 

2lU§fatten, -• «• lounfold; to un- 
2lU6fali4Cn, "• "■ l. (Sriinin.) to 

rabliet. 2. [•»iidlKllli).] lo told up. 3. |. 

9lii!;b(iljcii. 

2lu6fongen, '>. «. <■■ i- to empty 



Sluefnrbcn, 



2lU§fafeln ,) v..,. ,o „ura,el, ,0 
SluSfafCn , >"vel o.u; to unweave, 
aiuSfafCrn,) lo fray out. - ^. refl. 



2IuSfafti,'n, 






fast 



«Kugfaulcn, •■• "■ "■• "■. fn,.. to 

rot inwardly; to rot and fall out. 

2luöfctlbtcti, ■>■ -• «■ '■ "• figi" 

out. 2. ± to adjust, ©ineii gircit - , to 

fight a quarrel out. — v.n lo cease figlit- 

mg. [feathers. 

2tU§feJ>Crn, »• «• to remove the 

21U§fCgCn, ■•■ «• '• to sweep out. 

2. to sweep, lo cleanse hy sweeping, to 
cleanse, leincii 53i'imneii) - , to cleanse 

3. i einem 6en »eillEl - , to drain an> 
one's purse; Den 0^110611 -, to purge the 
hody by evacuation, o to sweep the kitchen 

2lu§fcgcr, ">• <-«. W- -) </ -'"»' 

SluäfCgfel, "• (-*' sweepings. 

2luäfe6men, ■> «• (®(i)wine) - "> 
2lu§fticrn, »■ <■• («ä-mf" J'^o -. 'p 
2lu§fetten, "■ <■• '• '<- fii= »"'• '^ 

to file the inside of etc.; to file. 3. i to 
file, 10 elaborate, i&ine SRefe) -, to trim; 
.l.t^aefeilt, elaborate; D,l* *11 11 « G e I e ' ^ 
le, eet 3iiftniiii. «a eine Sfcfe ic. nnrflcs 
feilt ill, elaborateness. 

2lu§fcnftern, f. si.i^ftije» Nr.2. 
SMugfcrfcln, »■ "• i° "»« i» f»r- 

row. to finish pigging- 

ätuSfcrtigcn, 



irfeljl) 






llrfM 



deed; (einen 2Ctd)l'el, cine Sfediiiuniji -, to 
make out. 2. (Rintet) -, to portion. 

2lusfcvttgcr, "■• (-*. p' -> h^ 

that expedites an order etc. 

aiuöfcrtigung,/ <p'- -ew i. ^ 

pediting; drawing up; making out; issu- 
ing. - leiUEt llrfunfe), execution. 2. exe- 
cution, dispatch, order. 3. - (einc^ fiiufr^), 
portioning. 

•ilMSfettionn(i«t(ig, m. date. 

2lU§fCtten, ... o. Sie «IDrUc -, to 

grease). 

2lU§feUC^tCn, "- « '» dry up. 

2tuöfeuern, "■ <■■ '- i» «»f" 'i'»- 

toughly, to heat; (33öttd).] to burn out. - 
r. n. 1. to cease firing. 2. i - d'. <)5ftrten), 
to kick, to yerk or fling out. 

2lU§ftC6cIn, f- ..- to cease fiddling. 

aSluSftljen, " «• 1- "> l-order. fur- 
nish or stut» witli fell; [©(ittl. K.J to stuff 
viith hair. 2. t (allien) -, to rebuke, to 
give one a rebuke, lo check, lo snub. 

2IU§ftn&en, v a. to find out, to 

erfiiife... 

'KuSftntig, "rf". - nhidjin, to find 

out. to look out. 10 trace out. Q-ill *)Kittel 
- in,id)en , to find out an expedient; — 
^11 inod)en fiitbeu , to look out for etc.; 
i®el)eimniffe> - iiind}en , to find out; — 
iiintten , luie ein Sdjiff Ofleit, lo find out 



2tu6finelic^,(.i'0' that may be found 

üluSftiiDbar,^ out. 
iJluSfirniffen, .•- "• to vamish .he 

jJluöftfcöcn , ». «. i. to r,.si, 

out, f. 5lu»|nuorn Nr. 1. J. ± lo 
out by cunning — c. ii. to ci-ase fishi 
'Jln«aefifrt)t Ij.iüeii, to have done fish: 

2luäflammen, "■ <>. 

-, [-llvtlll.J to seile a gun. 

2lu§flattcrn, .•. «. (u. w. fcun i 

10 Hinter out. 2. t 'o Huticr abroad. 

älu'jflcc^ten, '>. "- «. i. lo lin 

duly. 3.10 unpl.iit, to unlwist; f. <U 111 
tlcd)rell. 4. ± ^ict) OIU- IC. -, to extricat 



1)U0 



2luäfletfcJ)en , 

[Oetl) ] to Hesh. 



tiesliing.) 



aiuöfleifcttung,/ fleshing. 

2lUS;fIi(*Cn, ».«.to mend. 10 

, cobble or boggle up; (cm Jpnil^l 
pair. 

aiusflicgen, ir. v. >.. m. w 

to fly out. 41iiä Dent Oie|1e - , to 



21uöfliegen, 



2lusflöl)en, 



üdfCn, "■ ><■ to cease swear 

\ü§ilud)t, /■ (Pl- -üdjie) 1. flight 
escape. 2. i a, (first) setting out; f . -:a u s 
fUlfl. b) escape, excuse, evasion , shilt 
subterfuge. (S-me filljle -, a sliuH'ling ex 

älii6flij(t)te in-tDnnocii , to sbulfle. 

2lU§fIÜcbttg, "dj. evasive. - nrf- 

2lU§fIug, >'■■ l-e«, pi- -Ai" 1- lly 

,ng out. flight. 2. ± a) (first) seltmg out 
b) ramble, trip, excursion. Ott) mod)! 
einen - ntid) Cl^iiDoii, I took a trip to Lou 
don. 3. Set (ilinoe)-, the young biid 
that have left their nest. 4. - (nni Sieiien 
llotf), entrance; - (nm Jniilienfitliia) . pi 

2tuöflug, "I- (-iiti. Pl -line) 1. ■■ 



S,l« aillf(^ll■Ben^C) discharge, efl^luviu 
ifllux, effluxion, defluxion; cxhalali( 
Mil em 



•Jln«fln^rcl,re,^. doctrine of cm 
2IU§flUftCrn, »-«- "> make kn 



-^1118 107 

2(uSfIut((l)Cn, - u. ,u. w. fein) 

2lu§fD(r)öcvci-, m. (-i, pi. -•> 

hallenge. ; defier. 
SlUÖfOtCrn , ( v. ,.. to challenge, 
21U§fOr&ern,S "> defy ; to provoke. 

ru.ups. [defi.iu<.°e. 

iaUgfO(V)ÖeVUU(l, /. cNallcuse. 
-)llläfDlC)Derini()«()rief,.i..cliallen6e. 
JIuSfOblCnW f.«. to leave off foal- 

2luSfüUen,iing. 9iii«aefDi)it i,,,. 

en, to be past foaling. 

2lUÖf0t(5en, v. ,. lo deliver. 10 de- 
Iver up. - InfTni, to deliver up. 

2lU'3fO*IJ)Cn, "• ". to quiz, to make 
fool of. 

2lU§fOVbcrn, f. ^lüäfoSetn. 

2lu§förÖcrn, »- "- iwin.j to get 

^luöforbevung,/. iwin.] getting 
2Cii6formcti, !•. «- (etmnsi -, to 

orm (a thing) in all its parts, lo execule 
JMltÖfOrft^eU, .■ <■• >o search for, 



2lu§forf*er, "■• (-6, v'- -> </• 

JluSfOVfcbung,/- searching for etc. 
31uSfracftt, y- ÜpanCelJ freight out. 

iUuSfragcn, «■ ". (Hmni)-, to 

k al'terelc. lo enquire afteretc; lo find 
It (by asking, by inquiringl; ((Jinen) -, 



'HuSfvager, "•■ (-«, ?'•-) '/.-inn» 

close questioner. - e i , /. pumping , 



2luöfranfen, ■>. «. lemni 



mge. — 



2iU§frCffen, <>. i.. «. l. to empty 

(Sin 9.1116) -, to eat up, to waste, to ruin. 
2- to hollow or excavate by eating. 4. i - 
(uiMn iSd)ei!>ciu(i(Tcric.), lo corrode. — en. 
to cease eating. -Jl n *(j eft effe n l),H.en, to 
have done eating, - v. refl. gid) -, to 
feed and grow fat. 

2lu§frtcrcn, <>- <• »• '• <u. w. i,«. 

deil) to cease to freeze. 2. (u. w. fiill) a) 
to freeze up. to freeze through (and throughl. 
b) to loose in goodness o quality by (the) 



.■^llUl») 



2(u§frifd)cn, <■'■ "- <e-inei 

, (aSnifnifpr.l to purge. 
2luSfUc6tc(n, ". n. (Sinei 
Ml soundly with the Hal side of a 

-31I.fnrt)telM. 

2IU§fÜf)llMl, f '. 1- to fin. 
. try by feeling, lo grope. 2. l 



-2(u§fuf)r(c) , /■ |S?,inScll expo 



^luSfudrnrtifcI, '" "Hci- 

It; -, ;;/. eipor.s. exio.l-gon.l.s. 



1®S 



^äüü 



3Ui6 



Stuß 



9iu«fiihtf*L-in , 



i,J-i bill of 
(siilTcrance 



au6fiil)rl)nnSel, m. expoit-trade. 
*>lii6ful)riu(inrcii,/. pi eiporrs. 
•31il«fuf)rjDll, 111. eiport-duty, duly 

iluSfiiljl'bar, "rf/ practicable, feas- 

le, acliievHble. peitormaUe. -fcit, / 
.icticability. pi.uticaUliiiiess, feasibleness, 

SluSfiiftrcn, ■> «• i- "> ■^^■'y <"" 

lead out; [J>nil£iell lo export ; HKtD.J 



93?lt[cl, purgative. 



i ftjcuip, 



2. 1 a) to cany out (= into effect), 10 carry 
on. to execute, 10 achieve, to accomplisli, 
to perform, to perfect i to prosecute; to 

building; id) tnllll Ca llld)t-, I cannot 
afford it; ciiicii eiii|(1)liig iurt)t -, lo fall 



tcr» , to drav/ ; cine ®d)ll^cnMlg lurtrrt - 

to follow up a subject- b) to deduce, t 
evidence, to elucidate, to prove. QJot <Sl 

3. (S-inni Xrid) ic.) - , lo free of nn.d. 
^lu«fiil)tenSH)Cttl), / adj. that 
^Jl u öfü l)r II 11 (J ell) iir £) i(J,\ wliicli de- 

seives to be executed, acconiplislied etc. 

2luöfn6rcr, •«■ (-^\ p'--> '/-'"i 

1. exporter. 2. i „< c oniplisber , acbiever, 

2luöfübrlict) , -U- dcaiicd , tm 

ample, cop.ous ; prolix. - mh. full; 
amply, in detail, at large, aid IC. fe()r 
jll 'Sin-Si o'lji-'i' ■ '» '"' "«ry particular i 
etc. -ft It,/, fullness, copiuusiiess, detai 



2lu§fubrung , 


/ 1 


carrying or 


dingonl;expOrling. 


expoi 


a,ion;[9to.] 


aeration. 2. ± a) e 




on. perform 


ee; prosecution. 3l 


t -b 


■in,ji-ii, to pu 



9lii*fiJl)tuiio«Oi"0. '"■ I'Jliini.l £!■ 
crelory; paucrealie duel. 

SlllSfliljril llflSlDEfl, in. l-aiior.] ex 

«MuefüÜcn, .' «• I- to fill, lofii 

up; 10 stuff. iCS-iiic !8rffd)e) -, [-»lilit.] it 
stop, -», [(SJfdimii.J expletive; SBiirtn 
i>öiT SiU'cii jiuii -, [iS)r,iiiini.) expletives 
•2. i to till, lü till up. Oini.iiif« ©icde - 
to supply any one's |,l.ioe. i. lo draw oil 
.(»ir.lfTo - , to empty; f. -31 1| 6 1 c f r c 11 
aSrvfiiricu. — V. a f. aiiiSfoMcii. 

StuSfüUung,/ " fining- fining up 

91UefllllUUfl6UU.tI, U.I , ,. 

Slusfüllunosnibr./r''' "■ 

aiuÖfiinDig, f. 9iii,:.|ini>i,j 
giuÖfuntirTn , " '<■ <» """ I 

2JUÖfUrC^ltl, ». u. to lurrow. 

2luSTuttiin , r. « - ,niit!c.), t, 



SluSfuttirn 



?lr 3M 



fur 



-, to fatten, to feed well. 3. (llebec 
1 ajllUci- u.) -, to feed, t 10 fodder. 4. 
empty (by feeding); to use up the fod- 
: or provender. 5. f. -il 11 Ö f II I re t II. — 
II. QliiSaefiitrett Ijiilini, lo have done 

2luöfutterung , /• i"ii"s 

aiuSftabe,/- 0''- -»> l- delivering; 
ing out. - (ter iBi-icfe:!:.), disiribution. 

isbursemeiil, expenditure; —II, exjienses, 

bringen, to disbur.se, to lay out. 3. - 
niiec 'Slld)c6), edition. 
saiUonfrD"*, "• l"»»!' "f charges. 



iluSgabcIn, -• « i« '"^^ »"t w 

fork, to lo.k out. 
2luöi3affCn , »• «■ 'o "ase japli 

21uSgajjncn, " "• '<> "ase 

ave done) gaping or yawning. 

2luGgat)rcn, '>•"■''• i" «• ')""' 

. 10 cease termeuting. il 11 6(J eg 1) l)f 
ubrll, to have done terineiitiiig. 2. to 1 



2lu6f5oUcn, "■ "• iGiii'ii gif>D !c.i 

., 10 take out the gall (of elc). 

SluSgang, m. <-c«, j-;. -nngej 1. 
act of) going or issuing out, going abroad, 



Der - (iJcs bcilioeii li)ri|lr 
liljeul.I ihe proceeding (ol . 



t Catasirophy; ein glii[Ilid)er , (jümlign- -, 

(cince aCl'l-I«), ending, tei miiiation ; -, 
[ip.l the end of,-, break. 4. issue, outlet, 
passage out, vent. (I)ciu 2Bil(Jer) Cllicll - 
liel-fdmifcil, to give an outlet. 5. f ©id) 
cillcIl - |-urt)Cll, to labor for a vent. 

91ll6flnil,J6pfl'rte,/.gate, * out-gate. 

-21 11 «fl.l 11,16 It lief, 11. [-Mi'llfif] finale. 

SIu^gilllGSJlill, 111. exporl-d'uly. duty 

2luSg(ll-tlClt, I. ^liisgei-biii. 
2lUÖgafcl)fn , >■■ "• tu cease to 
froth. 

21uögdten, '■■". lo «eed. t>>u luu 

flVUlt-, 10 weed, lo clear of weeds. 

^u^gattcrn, ". «■ lo find out; f 
SluSgcbcn, •■•• •>• «■ ' <o give out. 

(«riefe mil Pel- <)5i'|1) -, to deliver; <3ri. 
rnllgell)-, to distribute ; ÜniTell -, to deal; 
Mi (fii-.rreiio -, the deal; («cfeljlo -, to 
issue, to give out; (cill SJlld)) -, to publish; 
(cine Ji'rtjtrt) -, to marry, to endow; Me 
übflina-, ['Wlllt.] to give ihe Word, parole. 
•i. t ((STibn«) - flit ic, to give out for etc., 
to pass for etc., to pass olf its, to pass oil 
for, to report as. Groitl fid) für !C aui, he 



|,reteiids to be etc. 3. ((5)äl6) -, to spcild, 
lo expend, to lay out, to disburse; to issiue 
(coin or notes). g(iIfd)cS ©CIS -, to utter 

-, to run out of casli. Sid) nuegeflebeti 
Ijilben, to be oul of money, out of pocket. 

2tuögcben, -■ »■ and o. «. i.-a-. 

StrferiO, to bear, to yield. SUtA)! - , li;d)I 
I'cljr -, to fall shoit; Dn» &isra gibt iiid): 
11116, the com falls short. 2. v. n. [Ißni!-: 
llllpr.J to sound. 

2luögel)egdö,".(-c6)sii.aiiciiange. 
SluSgcbcr, '«• <-«, pi- -> •■ one 

lS?(int>e(l - (ciiie« 2Be*feI6) , drawer. 3. 
jrteward; yeouian of itie pantry. — i 11 11 , y. 
ipl. -eil) house-keeper; caleress. 

iMuSgebot, »• c-e«, pi. -o i. set- 

ling oul 10 sale. 2. first bidding. 

2luögcljurt, /■ (pi- -m I produc 

tion, birth; abortion. &iiie - Der J&iille, 
a diabolical sclieiiie. 

2lU§gCfiingC, ••- i-il reserve, con 
ditioii. 

2lu§gcticn, >>■■ <■■■ « <"■ "•■ (em i. 

.0 go out Ol- abroad, lo walk out. - (l). 
■S.mmi), li>,iii!>el] to be exported; -De 
-JBnnren, exports; nil (einem Drro uiel eiiu 



(CO 



2. i 



frci- 



liiing; tocoine oliunpunished ; lllloe|Ttgfr-, 
10 go (come OB, unpunished, b) -Ullf Qttuai 
-, a) 10 60 ill pursuit Of etc.; ß) to act 

liave in view; y) I to plot. SUlf ©[Cdien. 
v,uil> -, ' to pad, to go o« the Ingllway ; 
auf eine lliiteriieljiiiiiuo -, to go on an ex- 
pediiiou; (luf DeiliSericl-, to go .vbegging; 
lie gingen niif luriii SSerDetben iiu6, they 
plotted my ruin; D.lä ®efcl) gel) I Ddbull 
ulU, the law sets forth in its preamble; 
■illlee gel)t libcf mid) (in 6, every thing 
comes upon inc. c) - I'oii (Dem Ijciligeii 
Qieille !C.) , [Iljet'l.] lo proceed from etc. 
d) - 1ii(Tl'ii (einen Srfeljl), to issue, to send 
out, to give out. 3ni Driicf - bifTcii (ein 
•Sud)), to edit, to publish. 3. to project, 
10 stand out. - Der SlBfiifel, [35efe|ligHna«f.] 
a salient angle. 4. lo fall out; to be effa- 
ced. - (11. Den S?,i<iren), to come oul; - (b. 
Slecfcii), to come out; - (I), einet JacOe), 
to fade, 10 die away ; - (v. @d)nl)Cll, Slie- 
fdn IC), to come off. 5. t a:) fo come to 
an end, to fail. Sic Si-rriUlje gingen lino 
,iniS, we fell short of provisions, our pro 
visions tell short; Diis (SiclD irt mit ilU«; 



gegn 



II of money; Di 
his pntieiice for 



Mjegii 



ent, iiuSgeggiioen fein (i). 235ua. 
be sold, b) flUifgrgnnoeii fein, 
linct; - (i-i-in 5-ciiev, 9i<l)t), (a go 
•ail)tiii e I) I il)ni a ii i, he is getting 
breath; he breallies his last; iV 
, b\i iljiii Der ?ltl)eiii rtiieffinfl, he 
riked himself oul of breatli; - (b. ^ifnlU 
:ii, »liniieiD, lo die (away). G. a) - nnf 

> turn out well, c) to be verified, fulfill- 
d (as dreams), t. (u. w. IjnUell) lo fer- 
leul (sufficieully) ; to cease fermeuling. 



Id) II. 



2luS<^c{)en, "■ «■ "■ "> f" 

waiting; rJEaiClllfpr.) <o go in 
etc.. 10 »tart; CTOill.] to erplo 



. 4. cwrtuljeic. 
.,.«-...„ - walliin-. 

2luSflcifern, "• " i- 

I cease slavering 



pace ol or 



2luögcigen, "•''■ "> '"'•= '■"''"i"s- 

- r. a. (fell! Slllrf) -. 10 play lo !l.e end 
,oii ilie violin). [soundly. 



21u#gei#cln 

'11 Znbnfcpilnii} 
b,it-, 10 pluck 



ipertUious leave 



Ülu^liiftei 



2IuegeIoffcn , w- 

at^. 1. uiirestrained. wild, wanton, frolick- 
some, romping, pelulant, ungovernalile. 2 
extravagant, -e greube, eililtation. — alle. 
»vantoiilv, wildly, extravagantly etc. -t)eit. 



fHuggclcitcn, ■>. «■ ^em"» -- '« 
^uSgemafbt, 'pp- v. ausmotsen), 

ilj. deciiled, settlerl. fixed; plain; \.iiui> 
ludteii. (5-me -c 'IDjlirDeil, an uiulem- 

r regular rascal. 

SluSgenif^en, '■• « '• "> "'j-^ 
aiuSgfncmnirn, w- lu- äiu^nd): 



jKcientiy. 2. t ((Snieu) -, lo ban| 
elabor. to .Lrasl, soundly. 

2luögcwnn&ei'te, •"■,/■ (- 



adj. di 
uper 



:eielirated, 



out. to empty ; f to elfuse. 2. J Seinen 3l>ni 
-, to vent one's anger; lein .§erj BOtlc-, 
to unbosom one's self to etc. 3. (©11 Sort); 
- mit!Slei:c.. totillupvxitli lead etc. 4. (Dm 
g-Cltet) -, to put out «itii w.iier etc.. It 
quench. — n. refl. Sid)-, 1 1. lo un 

Sluögicßung, r. i. pouring out 

effusion. 2. - Ituiei Sbdjc^i , lilhng uf 

2luögi*jfeln , r. o. <«nuuie) -, ic 

lop . lo liead> 

SluSgi^jfen , ■• «. 'o piaster. 
Jtuegldtten, ^ »• i- lo smoon,; 

10 take out by siuootliing. ironing. 2. f 
31ii«pDl>ren. 

2lU§glcicb, '" 1-«) settlement; 
f. »liu'flleiAen. 

3IuSgleid>fcar, <■* compensable, 

SluSgleic^cn, •'• "■ " '■ "= «qu^i- 



(3(r(1)i;ii 



strike a balance; etneil lätl'tit -, to make 
up a dilference; (Cell ®ct)ni>eil) -, to com- 
pensate. 3. Sie iSttrötlmoe - , [OJIiuniu-l 

JKugglcic^ev, m. i_-i. pi. -, .ni- 

juster; li)Jirinjiu.J comptroller. 

2luSgteicftutig , /. equaliiation 
compensation; acijustmeni; [Sj.uiDell ba- 
lance, [odd-money. 

>Uu6glei(t)nna^münic, /. [Sj.iiibel] 

Jlusglett^jf age , /. djnsiing- 

scales. to slip, to slide. 

5UuögIeitcn, ■--■ »• »■ ><■ w. icm) 

aiuSgiijUmCn, ir. ny L-.n. tu. w. 



JiuSglitfcbeii, i -Jiiuoieitni. 
aiuegUiden, " » i» cease u 

jluck. 

iUuSglutlCn, ».«. to beat H.orougnly 

o Ilie end. [boiler 

3(uSglÜbCV, "' >-i,p'.-' l-Kunjiu. 

JUusgraben, "■ ""• ' "> dig out 

dig np; (tine Sn*« -, to untomb, t> 
lisinter. ((fiiien xia&)i> -, [SCaiOmfpr.J t< 



10 fiuisli I 



iUuSgrabcu, » 



aiuSgvnbcv, 
Uu^grafen, 



»Uuegvoten, 
2lusgretfcn, 



2Iuögric6fcnw "• ■'• ''^Uici :< 
2iusgröbfen,) i» r.d oi ibe 
sMuögroUcn, '•■ « '<> ^ease lo 

will agamst etc. 

3lu5grÖBcrn , ". «. l^mmm 
JluSgrubeln, " "■ le-nw*; 



[S.lDl;.] 



2luögvün5en, 

groove, to gnlter. 
ise. 2. t 10 lalbom, lo sound, to silt 

5jiu6grüiu'n, «■ "■ •■> "ase to 

verdant. 

iUuegudren, "•«■ '■ 3"i» Snnir 



aiuSgurgeln, f ... i. m gaigie, t, 

can by gargling. 2. to get out by garg 

2lu§guvrcn , " "■ '» «■'" ^"»i";; 
2Juögug, '" '-iT"'. w. -ii(fe. I 

Hiring O'jt, c-ffusiou. 2. 1 Jlii; ainSlJtOt'r 
nc) ellusion. 3. sink, conduit. .Irain. gui 



■ailfObfifellc,/. [■TOft,i:lni,j.] ladle. 

9Jufa"Byt.i"iiii1)tii, n. (-WeMriiiro.] 

ingot-n.old. [(loose) liair. 

2luSbaarcii , f ». m part witii 
21|usljaben, t. ». ,.. i. (Sri)ntie 

Me öiieicl zc. oniS, be had bis boots off. 
2. eem eilnä, em Sml) te. -, = 'ilii.^ijcinm. 
fen, (lu^aeleien :c. (jiibcn, \. 21 ti « it i ii f en, 
•11 11 «le ten jc. 

JIuSftatfen, ». «. I. to gmb np;- 
(11. SSi'flelii), to pick out. einem Cie älugen 
-, to pick out one's eyes. 2. (gleifd)«-) lo 
cut (upl for sale; f. <ai u ä 1) (1 11 e n. 3. to 
pink, to scallop. 4. (t>ie giiefiiuben) -, 
[■üijttd).] lo rougli-hew. 

2lu§ftadcr, "■. (-«. v'- -> >'<= ti'« 

'2IUÖ(jagCln, "• >■• 'o cease bailing 
2lUSbrtfelnW e. "■ 10 liook out; 10 

SUuSbalftCrn, ». «. 'o unballer. 
^üäbaüen, »■ «• l- '« sound at a 

I 2lu6ftaltcn, ;-■■ "■ "■ i. a) to how 

to stand. G-lllC ajcMocrilllg -, to hold out, 
or to stand a siege; etile Strafe-, to sutfer 
a punishment; Die ^ri-l'e - , to stand the 

äturm) -.'[«iit.J to weather (out), b) 

Sicl) Gtiiw« - , f. n* -a u i3 e D 1 It g eil. — 
i>. It. 1. [■OHin".] to dwell ou a note. >31 u 6> 



3111 Uliijllirfe -, 10 hold np under misfor- 
tune; a 111 mil 11)111 iiirtjt (111 ij 111) iilte 11, 



aiii^nU(un!]ä)iCid)cn, .1. [<TOiif.) 

Jluöbaltcr, m. (-», pt. -) mni.] 
2luäbnnnnern, >■ ■■ to betont 

ing. 

Sluöftanöcln , " «■ lo conclude o.- 

strike a baigaai. - i: ,1- lo ce.ase traftick- 

2lusbdnPigcn, » <■. lo nansier, 
aiusbang, <" >"« i. placard. 2. 

aiuSbangCn, '■■.v.,r (u. w. i,nben. 

1. to hang (out,. 10 be Hung out. 2. 1 Z« 
l),iiigt nid)t i-icl nil«, no great profit is 
to be made there ,or by that). 

Jluöbangcn, "■"• i- •» i'»"g out; 

to bang out lor -sale. &111 ■]3l.lfilt -, 10 
post a bill; leine Sliifl'je) -. 10 ''»"S •""■ 

2. i 10 make a show ul etc. , \. illlSfrn. 
men. 3. to unhang iliiiif Jhi'ir)-, to 



91uäl)nuflebi)fl 
a 11 ä 1) (i 11 1] c ,1 11 1 
■ijn«hii"acid)i 

jard; shop bill. 2. 

^luc-ljarlriMi, 



aw-] 



110 mii 

aiu^bornen, "■ <■• '» pi«s. - «■ « 

2IUÖliarren, " " '<> liersevcrc, to 
Zai - , perseverance. 

Slusbiirtfn , •'. « '» !'"■'=" 'I'»- 

loiiglily 

2lu5f)afticln, - » "> "»" ^"' 

ing. — I., u. to reel owl. 

2lueftaf*icn ,/ „ „ ,„ u„i,i„pe 
2luSj)0U, "■ i-.f, ;-'■-<■) '• i'<!"i"i 

o,- ending out. 1 glade. 

21u§bau*en, «. -• i- '<> "reaii,. 

Olli, lorlN. Bill htjteil -21tl)Clll ~, lo breatli. 

breallie out. 2. lo cease breathing. 

Gill ©tiitf (1116 niitm SSrette -, to cut ou 



»ge. 



I Wane 






way. iSrMc (SiiinnjEii 
-, 10 grub 01- rooi out .stumps ; ceiiieii 233(115 
-, 10 thin; leilicll 93,111111) -, to prune, to 
lop. 4. [3ltl|"(l)fr) lo cut (up) for sale. a. 
llS-lllill) -, to flog, to wiiip, to scourge. 
-ili,61)nll(lflliptl, ">• stamp. 

2tuebäutcn, "■ «■ «> ««J' '° ■'•'*'"■ 

©irt) -, to llirow oil' its elc. sliin. 

out, off, to lift or talie out, to lilt up, 
iHiit (fiucm fiiideil ic.) -, to talie out ol 



out of the nest; iSDem to, to draw oul 

sl.ool llie siicli iuio tlie galley. 2. ± a) to 
pick oul, to select. (StilOiUeii , 3{etcuieii 
-, 10 levy men ; 5cv 31 ll Socl) b c n c, re 
Clint, b) to relate, to copy. 3. lo dislocate 
10 disjoint. ©1* Dm »llnu -, to put out 



planting. 

fruin tlie tow. •Z.lKiilieil)-, O to batclie 
to lasli. 3. to hatcliel sufficiently. 

2l(ugl)crfen, >'• «■ i- - <»• asüacim, 



211usJ)cilcn, o- ••■ '» ii"i "'■ "" 

:,leiily. - V. <i. (u. w. ftlll) lo bo Ilea 
aiuSbCiUltfd), "'';• foreign, alien 

■Jlneläi'.Difrt)- 

2lu6l)eitcvn, i- 5iufi,citctn. 

2IUÖl)Cijfn, -. «• 1» »am, tb, 
M.gbly. 

sauöfeelfen, '■■■ "■ "• '» I'^ip on 

llltm -, to aid, to assist, to supply ai 
ne; e-illElll - mit It. , 10 supply, accor 
lodate any one willi elc. i irt) filim jljlli 

, 1 can suit yon. 



2luSbclfcr, m. (-«, pi. -)(/.- inn) 1 

Jer, aid. | 

maSbeüen, .. .. .o dear; f. «uf.i 

lun. [u.trig. 

2lu§bcmmcn , v. .. to aniotk, to 
2luölicntcn, r- aiii«i)<iii()cn. 
aiuSberrfdjen, e. ,,. lo coase to 

igii ; 10 rule lo the end. 

2lu§beiSen, "■<■ i» bunt out (with 

igs). LS-incn nuS :c. -, lo turn or drive 

ly one oul of etc. by setting ibe dogs 
, him. [seuiblins, 

2lU§ftCU*eln, '■ «• l» cease dis- 
2IU§6cUeX"tl, "• "• 1- 'o 'el> '0 leaie, 



aiuSljeuIcn, "• » '» ' 

g. — r. reft. Sill) -, lo hov 



.iluMjKbiueieel 

2lu6l)infcn, ■ 



2lu6I)Dl)etn, •••«. ' <e>" »retuc. 

, II, pl.uie. '.'. (<5-|lu-|l git(f K-) - , tc 

2(u§t)0ffen, " "• '" b'" up hoping, 

2(UgbDblCU, -■ "• 10 excavate, tc 
illow, In groove. (@"mc ©I'iiile) -, tr 
Ute, lo chamfer, lo cliannei, to groove 

HniiH)Ua. 

2ifu6böblunfl, /■■ 1- -^od^ihiu 

°l IuLZu.s eic. i. (,,(. -Oil) ex'cava 
un, h.,le. - <mif euur Slniibnifl), gutter. 

2luöböbneii, "■ »• "> "">'^- " 

;ride. in abuse, lo insult; l. S5 Er 1)01, 
«HuSbÖtCn, t „ „ ,oret,-.il 

SluSbotcvn,) 

2luSbotfn. '■• "• ± ''^""'" -■ " 



ow; (jii einem ©priiii(je) 






ap). 3. 1 lUieii 
jegin far back 



(in eiiitr 6ri(il;lunfl), 
go far back, to expatiate. 

2lugb0lcr, '"■ <-«, pi- -) (/.-in I 

he Ihai pumps, sifts elc. 2. ['Knt.] 
r SBlnifr, spril-sail halliard; - Br« Sli 
r«, tack of the jib. [to Ihi. 

211U§boUCn.- «. "• (S-iiicii -ffimti) - 

2IuöbDlien, >•■". [>srt)iii)m.] (^n 

(,c) -, to slope. 

2(U§bOrct)Cn, -• «• '» leam I 
itening, lo spy or discover by lisleninf 



2lu§bören, "■ "■ »'"i ■■■ «• "> '' 
2luöbul), "'• (-!•«) '--(D- ^'"v'P 

vv, recruits. '2. i choice, llmver; 

ern. tmeif 

l!lu6l)iibmeieel, m. f. <!nu Ij i 
2lU§bÜIfe, /• I- belping out, 

isistance. supply; It. aider. 2. shift 



2JuSbünen, f cn 
2lu§bülfcn, ■' « 1 



2lu§bungcrn, 



3».uö 
2lu§fettnjen, «. «• o lo rebufc-, to 

cold, to reprimaud. to abuse. 

2luSbU|>fCn, ". n 10 cease spring- 
ng or leaping. 

aiUÖbuftCn, v.«. to expector.-.le, 
o cough up. out. - V. n. lo cease to cougli. 

2lu6jagen, ■> ». i- isiu« cjuem 

Orte) -, to expel, lo drive oul, lo throw 
It. 2. i (S-inem ben aiigflfctlniEie - , to 
ess one hard — r. n. 1. to leave off 
inting. 9Ill«flej(iatl,(lbcu, to have done 
iniing. 2. (u. w. fein) to ride out hard, 
dash out. 

2luöiammcrn , •>• "• to leave „a 

menling. wailing. — u. a. ©cillEn ®(!)llleri 
, to give way 10 one's grief. 

2Iu§jäten, f. nufqiuin. 

2lUÖjaU^JCn, "• " lo cease shom- 
g. — V. a. to proclaim with a shouting 

2tu§jöcben, '•■ « lo unyoke. 

2lu§jut)Cln, f- lUu^jfiuctieii- 
21U§jUngCn, ■■ " '« cease breed- 
s' 

2lU§f albCn, ■>• "■ t" cease calving. 

91u«flctnlbt Ijnbeii, lo have done calving. 

2lUÖfärbern,''«tocease frisking. 

2(U§f alten, f. «to cool ihoroughly. 

2luötäinmcn, ■>• «• '■ (I»e $ii<ire, 

-, to comb. 2. to comb om. 3. 10 uncurl. 

SliiäfnmniEfnmm, in. great comb. 

2luifdm*ifen, -■ "■ f figi't out. 

- I.. „. to cease fighting, wrestling elc. 

iluetavbatfdjen, " « ° '<> 

icourge. 10 whip soundly. 

2lu§6(ii'X'en, "•«• tStcinE to - mi« 

'2lU§fOUCn, "■'■•'■ 10 chew. 2. to 
draw out by chewing. 3. lITtar.) Dil« IjuCvq 

- (D. ©diiffetl), 10 unseam, work oul llie 

SluSfauf, ■"• <-c«. pi- -iiiff) 1. 

buying out. 2. uulhidding. 

2luöf aufen , "• «■ i- to buy out. 

2. ± iSic 3eiO -, to be niggard ol etc., to 
make a good use of elc. ; ME ®Elegelll,tlt - 
to improve the occasion. 3. lo anticipate 
in buying , to forestall. 4. to outbid. — 

2lu§tcgetn, -• «• 'S«mi) -, to 

off playing at nine-pins. 

2Juötcbten, -• «. nmn] to 

chamfer, 10 flute etc.; f. 21 u « 1, i) Ij 1 E 11. 

2IU§fCblUtig,/- lülldjlt.] l.cUam. 
feting, fluting etc.; f. 51 ii f I) 6 1, 1 u II o- 2. 
channel, fluting, fluted work. 

2(UÖPcbrcn, •• « '. lem Simmer, 
emeu 3i(mtl)f.iiioi -, "> sweep (out). (eiiiEii 
»»I ic.) -, 10 brush; (Ein ©djijf) -, to 



2lu§ecbrifbtw„ ,_,,,„,epius. 

2IU§tCifen, -• "• I« cease chiding. 



ausfeilen, r. «. 1. 10 provide with 
ledges. 2. i J lo cudgel. — D. ii. and rt^. 
o run out in (or off into) a wedge. 



«u§ 



3lu§ 



«USfeimeU, ... „. i. to ce^se gei-.jfree from a cioj, lo set free, 
imaling, 2. (u, w. itin) to germinate, to ?(U3f ItCtelt, „. n. ceise knead- 
ud, to sprout, to shoot (out). 2)a8 -,ling. — v. a to knead well, thoroughly. 
I 9fUdfnien, v. a. l. to wear out bv 
«ling, to hollow out hyjmeeling. 2. 
eine flEiuiffe 3"* (J- 35' fine >&tiiii5c; -, lo 



i2luoEellcn, ... 
iUuöecltcrn, 



2luSEerbcn, 
2luöfcrncn, ■ 



2tü§tid)ern, " 
ilaStielen, i- 



(o si.ell. •2. 1 



2IU§f läffCn, '•■ ••■ !o cease yelping 

2lu§Haftern, "«■ "> mc-.isure a; 

fatliom»). to talhorii. i^oljl -, lo n.easiiri 
21uSf(a<l6ar, «'';■ ileniauclal.le. 

iii;md; (Milieu — , to prosecute by law, tc 
sue one (for debt etc.). — o. ii. 'liniert 
f mat IjfiDfll, to liave done coniplain.ng 
• uing (at law). [tling, 

^luSflnWCrn, •■• « >•> ^e.^se rat 

ihiätlaven, "■ "■ "> «^if^r »p; i 

'i| 11 1 f I n c i; II. 51 II « flc f I lir t c 6 iTuM, ilour, 

2lu§£latf*cn, « « i. to siap. 2 

10 condemn , drive elf by cLippin;; tlie 
liancls. ein Iljfnttrillitt -, lo explode a 
play oil the süige. 3. to bent out by Hap- 

&cr Gtiühö n u 6 f Int id)t, blab, blabber, 
- D H. 10 cease clapping; lo cen.se blab 
hing. 

3lü§ilaaben, v.u. i. lo pick om 

2. i ignuili;) -, to find out; lo devise. 

2(uSElEben, ".a. to dose by past- 
ing siunelluiig over. -Kit SJjnpltr -, to line 
nitli paper, lo paper mit Seljiu -, to fill 
up Willi lo.niii, to loam (up. over). 

2IUÖflCtbCn, o a. to undress; to 



2«u§tteifteni 

e inside. >))(i[ %i,l|.Mtr 

21u6tlimvi'vn,' 



3(ugflinftcln, 

g. - u. .1. to publis 

2U»§£Iin(icn, 



to knock OMI; to clean by beating. B 
Sl.iiil) una till KlfiCmi -, eie fiiciDcu 
to bent tlie clollic«; einem Stn äiocf -, 

nemi iai Srll, Sen Hied -, to drub (c.ncc 



uiiiiiinling. 

2luöEnnuj>cln, 
2(uSEncbcln, . 



21iiöfntrfct)Cn, "• 
ülugfnöjifcn, •• 

iJuöfiiiftcni, "■ " 
iUuöfniivven, .> 

JluöEobcrn, »■ «• 

Mustodftn, "■ ••■ 

extract by boiling, i. t 
. 3. to clean ü)- clear by 
to cease boiling. -Jl il « 

iMuSeoUcrn, v.». 

id. 2. (o cease rolling. 

2luöfommcn,"n 



frtjiilOiijiiiifl iiiri)t -, youi 
do. b) to live peaceably, i 
fiiiin nut tijiii imljt -, the 



iir. b) e« ill fern - nut iljni , there is no 

iealing will, him, rill - icrjfcn, to come lo 

aiustömmlid), <"'>■ airo.d,ngsub 
2luäfönnen, '>• "■ »■ i» be abic 



2Ju6fov»cln, 
iUustoren, r. J 
2luSforncn, ' 



2(uöeofcn, - 

aiusepftcn, ■ 



2lu§fÖtljeil,'. .•<.7/.Ul)ier,irifniif.| 
2lu5f0ijl'n o f. -JliUotfiliiMi, 



2lu§ 111 

u ä I D e i f, f n. 
3(Uäfr(id|jen, v. „. to cease croak- 

"«USifraflen, „. <,. [Archit.] to make 
c. project. -3lu«gefrni]t, projcctiuj;. 

iMUOfl'lI^Unfl, /. [•>!cd)it.] projec 
on. projccture. 

ÜlUSerabCn, '■. „. ,o cea^e crow. 

Jluöfrateclen, <>■ « o to cease 

2lU6fraUlMl, ". ... l» pmi „,• tear 

2liiSframen, " ". ■. ■•<> m display. 

lay out upon a stall, to hang out, to 



splaying. 

2luSEx*dm;)jcIn, < 



alUSfrdnfcln, ■■ " to cease to be 

«MueiEranten, .■■ ». m cease to 
JluSfi'dnfcn, ". «• l. emem tw 

caih, to plague one's loul uut°. i. aid) 
, to cease grieving, 

nuStvatUUen , »■ «■ i. r- ')i"»^ 
aiusEra^en, «■ «■ to scratch out, 

, scrape out. iS-lll SOjOVt :C.) -, to erase. 

Siuöfraufeeifcn, »■ (-«.V -> 

5niri ] (jriclciiig iron. piicUing leelli. 
alllöEraUten, o. a. lO weed, to hoe. 

2lu6Ercbfen, u. ,.. .emen »nti, ic- 

2luöErcifclKn, »■ «. to shriii lorti.. 
2lu6Eric*en, ir. v. «. (u. w, ivuu 

I creep forth; - mi K. , to cieep uut of 

c. (<a3riin öie ipi'iljiirtieii) l)iili) -, are al- 
ost hhiciied. — I). ,1. i^etieii SBjiiifEl) -. 

SlUSElMeflCn , >' «. o iSie ®iie|i-l 

. «. n. lo cease waging war. lo terminale 

aiUSErObfen , "■ "• "> lake out the 
,.e; f. -an^ücieDfen. 

21iislErürf en, ■•■ «■ i«.icf.ij lo tai<e 

JIUOEUgCln, " «• l» votebyballot 
JlHOEilljlCn, "■ ". (II >v. leui) and 
a. to cool thoroughly. 

3luöEiunmcrti, ". reji. euD-, lo 

2luäEun5cn, t i- -.Mutfnnf. 
2lusfunöiflcn,i idmftcn. 
2lu'5Eiiuöe'n, t , o i 
2lusEunöiflfn,'i ' ' '' ' '' 
2lu6Eunöfc()aftcn, «■ "• to e». 

plore, to spy or espy out, lo scout; .o 
descry; HKlllt.J lo icconnoilre. 

2lueEiinötc()at'ti'r, "■■ (-*, p'.-> 

(I) .lit er. 



112 aiiiö 

aiusfunft,/ M 

end. 3. 
iLtellige 



QlllSfullftällllrtl 

2TuSfünftcfu, 



iiforniati 



ve by 



Efiinfle 



21u§furiren, ••. "• i- 9inöi)£iint 
2Jusfüffcn, - " 1- 10 Livedo,,, 

kissing. 2, to kiss one's till. 

2JU§IäcftCtn, »• ». 10 cense smiling 

Hü§laä)en, "• ". i» '■'ugi^ ^>- '< 

deride. — v. n. 1. to l.iugli out; to laugl 
one's fill. 2. to cease Inugliing, to ceas. 
10 laugli. — V. refi. Eid) -, to laugh one': 
fill. 

5liiMnd)enSniertI), ^«rfj.lauglinble 

91 11 « I n (!) e II 6 n> li r M ,) ridiculous. 

2IU§laiten, /'••".« l. t^ discharge 

to unlade, lo unload; (nilä tuMlt ®(l)iffe. 

-, lo unship, to land, (g'hl SatjrjEUg) - 

(0 unload, to unlade; Dell 33(111(1(1 - , t< 

nnljallast; (Jpoljl-, to unlade; eill ®e 

iue()t — , to take {or draw) the charge ou 

of a gun. 2. mm-] I". 9Iii«rnigeu. 

•■iIiialneeDrt, ) m. [ Sttlioiitcl, 

91 11 « r il P II 11 fl S p I n (J , jporl of discharge 

a llälflKjeilg, ;l. uorn. ; f. fi II fl e 1 

jiu-ljCt. • 

2luöIaÖcr, '"• (-«. r'- -> >• i" 

ihat unloads etc., discharger, liglileKinnn) 
.'. ISPIjljf.] discharger. 

2lU§l0&Ung, /■ l. discharge, un 
loading, landing etc. 2. -, [-Ilrdllt.] pro 
jection. proj«cture; - (cincS SdVffH^ IC.) 

2lU§(agC, /• l. laying oul; ndvan 
ced money. J)ie («(lb.) -, advance; dis 

imliurse the ejpenses; (Sincill fcilie-n UME: 



2lu§Iagcrft6iff, 'i-f.^iiifiusf 
SluSlogcrn, ". „. ,„ ». fem) 



loett 



SQrili 



2luSIammen, ■>. n- 9i n i; u c r n m m i 

2IugIanÖ, " (-cf) lor°eigD country, 
3ns 911161,111(1 fdiiifeii, i>crfrt)i(f(ii , (urDftii, 
Pen, lo send abroad, -ell, u. a. (. 9lllä; 



fdli 



SlusIünCcr, <n- <-*, ;./. -> (/. 

inn, alien, foieigner, srranger. 
2lU§l«n6Crei,/. airecta.ion of lor. 

2lugläni»ifd) , -dj. foreign, alien, 
ade, foreign trade; -c "rtlnnje, an ex. 

2luölrtngen, "■ «■ lo suifi'e, tobe 

fficiciit TOit Mcfnii (Selft ivtrt'i iib iiidjt 



ne; I'. 9llUiflMllllieil. (.stretch, 

Stu^Inngen, "• "• i» exiend. tc 

2lllSlarmCn, >■■■ «. 'o cea.c«Makin| 

2lu6taffen, ->. "■ "■ i. to i*t out, 

- niifi ic, to Itt go out of eic; (till Sou«) 
-, 10 hoist out. 2. ± a) (O-nieii S8ffel)l: 
o issue. 10 give out; fi'iiie öieeniifei 
Id) - (lilHT !C.i, to express one's uii 



lo etc.; (ftillc2Cutl)) -, 10 vent; icilli'ligci 
IC. -, to give way lo one's anger, to gi^ 
one's anger vent; feinen Sorii (11. ic. -, 
«re.ik oiie'.s anger upon eic. hi 91 u « fl 
InfTen, wanton, unrestrained. 3. to Oin 
to leave out. 4. to widen, to let out. 
Cj-ett !C,) -, to n.elt. 

2luSlaffung, /• l. - <eine« ffljuvi 
K.), leaving out, omission; [Wrnmiu.] 
ellipse, ellipsis; b) elision. Duid) -Cll, by 

91 II 61 n ff It itg^ici d)eii, n. apostrophe, 
apostrophy . mark of elision. ^Jtlt — vtx- 
ffljen , to apostrophize. 

2IU§tnHern, ■'• »■ 'o cease lurking, 

— 0. a. to spy , to watch; to lurk for; f 
(5-il.uicrn. 

2lU6lauf, '". <-cf, Pl- -finff) I, 

- (eineä ©(t)iffe6> , departure . sailing ; il 
-, issue; - (eiiieä Juifles), nioutli. 2. [9lv^ 
d)it.] projection, projeclure; sally. 3, 
[iSilljUi.] profit. [barrow, 

91u«lanif.irrcii, m. [-»tiit.! wheel- 

2luglaufen, 'r. v.„. lu. w. fem, 

I. 10 run out; (aui einem Spufeii) -, lo 
put (Out) to sea, to sail, lo set sail, lo 
depart; ber 53efcl)l jnill -, sailing orders; 

fcitell), to run out, lo flow out, to leak 
out ; il. -, to discharge itself. - (u. Q)e: 
fil(Ttll) , to leak; - (lu'lll gnilb IC.) , to run 
out; mon l)(it in ber giti) nllen 2Bcin - 
Infit" . all the wine in the city has been 
slaved ; - (u. Sllifen !C.) , to drop from 



9llpcn 



ntlei 



to run into suckers; - (u. eilUT ©thrift), 
liDp.j lo extend; -, [91rd),e.] lo project, 
10 jut. - (I), ©(inbnljren ic.) , to luu out, 
10 cease tunning. 6. i lo end. lo come to 



r. (u. w. l,,iBeii) - (u. «»rnifd)fn ii. lljic. 

2(us(aufen, "••■'. <eß. sid) -, i. to 

!. - i\>. eiiieiii 3iiVlfiilort)e to, to wear 
jut. to grow wider (by friction). 

2luGlaufen, -v " «. (Wm.] to re- 

ni.ve further. 

2lu6lnufev, -« '~i.pi. -> i. mu. 

icr, errand boy. 2. (^)ril,t,j de^erle^. 3. 
1) ((SJnrtcnf.] runner, sprig, sucker, b) 
©ill I'oii einem (iiibeni fiiifliiiifriibfr 93er.j) 



2tll6 

91nMÖMfevtret6eiib, „,lj. («ot.] 

2lllgl(mfern , ». «. - terbfen :m, 
10 husk. (r„nf. 

2(ii4Iaufung,/. mm-] <■ 9iuc. 

2lu6(rtUgCn , ■'• «• l. to extract by 
lixi^iation; to clear of lye. 91fd)C - , to 

91|d)C, buck-ashes. 2. to penetrate with 
lye; to wash in -or with) lye. 

2(u§laiifc&en, »■ «. (crtmns) -, lo 

discover by listening, witching. 

2(U§Iaufeil, »-a. I. to louse, to 
clear of lice. 2. 1 J ((Sinell) -, to drain 

2lU§taUt, »■,(-£.% pi. -e) 'final sound. 
2lU§laUtCn, •>. » to end in. 

2luö(äiiten , "■ ». to publish by 



ing of bells, to proclaim (the 
by ringing tue bells. Q\nm ' 



announce the deati 


of a 


person by tolling 


a bell. — i>. 11. to 


ease 




2t«öleljcn, v.n. 


live to the end 


of etc. — i>. n. to c 


ease 1 


live. Sie haben 


iiu*0cle6t, you a 


re a dead man. 


21ugle(fen, 


V. a. 


to lick up, out. 


to I,.|) up. — V U 


u. w. 


fcill) to leak out. 


2(uSlc5mi, 


0. (I 


1. to line Willi 


leather. 2. 1 O (CS- 


lint) 


-. to drub, to 


2lus;lccren, 


.■ a 


1. to empty; lo 


void. 3nm iljeii - 


, '0 


empty in part; 


(Simmer) -, to d 


ar 01 


t. to empty; -, 


[-ffie».] to excrete ; 


oeva 


cuate; leiiicii eeiS 


-, to ease ones 


belly 


(rill qifetB) -, 


Uljia-.irieneif.] to d 


reiicli 


einem Hn 35en. 




one's 


purse. 2. t 3(1« 


5?crj-, to pour out the 


heart; fein Jperi 


-, lo unbosom one 


s self 




2(u§Icerung 


,f- 


. emptying; voi- 


dance. 19Heb.J eva 


ciiatio 


n; - (Curd) ben 


ertiroeie lo, excr 


elion. 


2. - bnrd) un 


etuljlannfl, l-KeM 


cvacu 


ation, excrement. 


alvine lischaigis. 




[evacuant. 


91 u f 1 e c r u n ,j » 


nil 1 t 


CI, n. [9),eb.l 


2lu§lcgen, 


,.. a. 


1. a) to lay out. 


to lay oul lor show 


. to 


xpose (to view). 


to display; (<a5.ior 


III - 


, to expose ifor 


sale). (5in iäd)iff - 


to 


jring a ship into 


a road, to anchor ir 


a ro 


d. h) (©orbfifeil) 


- to change lire 




ers of etc. 2. i 


3uv tSrtini. - 10 d 


ispla 


; (Sielb flit 3e. 


mnnb) -, to ,», on 


t. ad 


vance. disburse; 


(Sei!» nnfSiiiK'n-, 


10 le 


id upon interest, 


to put out nt intere 


St. 3 


(<B?it ©ilbev :c.) 



. 10 inlay; lo veneer. ainSgclCfllc 
9lrlJeit, inlaid woik, inlaying, veneering, 
marquetry. 4. ± to expound, to explain; 
to commeni , to iiilerpret. errone fjlfd) \!i. 
irrig -, jniii 33e|lcii -, t'itel -, to put a 



'.i luiirbc iljni <i\i g-iijenbiliifel nii«ocIctit, 
^iniUllie) -, 10 interpret. 

2(uölcgcn, n. ». and r,n. \^tm.] 

to lake one's position. 
91näleoel)tUj, 



näleoeljtuj, ) 
u«leflen(i()d)eii,5 



?(uö 



STuöIeger, »'• (-«, pi-) '/--inn: 

I. expositor, interpreter, expounder, ex 
|..lainer; - (fill«« i8i;cf)e«), t commenler, 
commentator. + glosser, glossarUt. schol 
iait; - (eiiiet e)e^tiiii|'(i)tift), decipherer; 
- UDM Irnumcn, oneirocritic, interprelei 
of dreams. 7. [TOnt.J a) boom, b) f. >2I ll i: 
litjer. -ei,f. false or halr-jplilling in 

alUSIegUng, /• l exposition, lay. 
uig out. 2. i a) advancing, disbursing; 
veneering etc.; exposition. Interpretation, 
explanailon; - (btt «(l)cifti, exegesis; jm 
ed)tift- jji'ljBtij], «egetical ; - I'lMiXr.iiii 

h6rl(J, oneiiocritic(al); tie l>11(()|l(il)li(f)f 
-, tlie literal acceptation. b> CDie Qeqebtni 
r>etlttlll(;) inteipretation, explanation, con- 

>;iuöUouiig«iltt, /. way or manner 
of interpreting ivurds etc. 

?lu«leflUllfl«tu^^e, ^ /. 

'ilu«fefliiiia«tiiii(l, Wit Ol 

5!lu«leaiii\fl«roiffenrd).iit,) inier- 



2lu§tc6ncn, (■ 9!u«icti)ai. 

hattn , to liuve done leaching. — n. u. to 

atUÖlciien, '>• v.n. l. to »utrer to 
the end. 2. to cense to suffer, igte Ijntieil 
auiflelittcu, they sulTer no more. 

aiuSIcilien, '>■ "• «■ to lend (out», 

to put out. iQJfIS) (lufSilifni -, to put 

3lu§letber, '«. <-«, p'. -•> u- 

aiuSlCiftung,/. a lending, lending 

STuSfCnffn, ». "• l. (Dem «pcil. 
lUdfletl IC.) -, to give way to etc. 3. f f. 
<!Iii«roeid)rii. 

9IU§lCrnCn, v ». l. to finish learn- 
ing, to learn to the en.l. 9)?<lll let tit me 



['tlirliiigt;ii), to terv 

I rfleUt tit Ijill'tll , 



2IU§lefe,/-<j".-t.) «election. 

2lu§Icfen , i«. v. a. i. to pick out, 

I'Sltiuieii) -, to cull. 2. (Stnttrcr, drbfeii 

,•.>!. to cea.se to read, äl It Sg c I e fc 11 l)il^ 

SluSlefCV, '"■ <-e, pi. -) (/.-iini) 
chooser, selector, picker, sorter. 
21(U§If fUng , /. picking out etc. 

2!u§leuc^ten, - » i. G-iiicni -, 

«1 to light any one out of a place, b) i ([ 
to sliovv one the door. 2. to cease to light 
Denlsch Engl. Wörlerbuch. II 



yiu6 
2(uö(cuen, ••.'■■ [-w.u.i to «i, 

2luSlic^ten , ■>. "• (-ä5.^l^cr) 
aiuölicfern, ". " to deliver, to 

deliver over, to deliver up. (Hverer. 

Slu^licferer, ">■ <-*, pi--) de- 
2(iiölieferung,/. delivery. 

•JliUlittct:tiiig6urrirno, '". cartel. 

SluSlicgen , '>. "• "• '• <■> ne long 

f. >!lu«l<ioerii. 2. f. •ilusieoeii, o. n. 

StuSUcger, "•• (-«, p'. -) [-mnr.] 
° 2iu§löcften, ". ". I. >o fe°ich out 

of a hole; [-JKtii J to draw out of the earth. 
2. |3tutm.n.J to mo.tise. (holes. 

2)(u§tti*ern, ». ». to provide »nh 
2tuöIoden, ". <•• i- 1» »nure fonh. 

aiUÖtOCCrn, .'."". to cease to bla.e. 

buÖtÖffCln, .■• ... to empty with 
2luSlOl)Cn, ". ". (■llrtllM toscale- 
atUÖlOÖnen, <>■ «. lo pay the wages 
of etc., to pay. 

alUÖlOÖtar, ">'/ redeemable. 

2luölöf*en, f- «■ I. leiu genet 

out. 2. ((iriuii« esefdjtietietie« ic.) -, to ef- 
face, to obliterate, to erase, to blot out, 
to strike or scratch out. 3. ± lo elfi.ce. — 

go out. 2. 10 he effaced, erased. 

2lUSlDftt)Cn, "• <.-i> 1. extinction. 

"' bri'lÖf4>'«-'r'"-"(-«''"'.''-)''l. ex. 
tiuguislier, quencher. 2. (= Si)|'(ftl)Otll) ex- 

hüälÖi(t)li<i) , '"'J. I. extinguish, 
able, quenchable. 2. that may he effaced, 
erased, obliterated etc. 

Sluelofen, »■ «• '. 'o d'aw out by 

lot, to ballot. 2. to dispose of etc. by a 



tui. (einent iljtere) öie Sttitoe 
the tongue; (SiTiljetl) -, to 



te «Sildie) -, to redeem; fid) - , to n- 

2lugIt)fUng, /■ l. taking om etc. 

imiug. 3. ransom. 4. (tlljnii. J ratch. 
»llU«IÖfllMfläl'ertrn,j, m. cartel. 
2lu§lDt(ft)fcn, o. ... (Sttt ®d)iff) 



2lUÖtiiften, -. ... l. to air, to veu. 
,te. 2. 1 Std) -, to take an airing, to 
,e the air. 

2lu§mad)cn, . "• i. a) to get or 

shell; cMtilllDelll) -, to blanch; (jjcll: 

e. $rtl)ttcr -, 10 draw poultry, l'. 
91 lU 11 el) 111 en. 2. to find out; to make 
(Willem eitiL'ii Biniil lO -, lo pro- 
3. to make up. to finish, to put an 



>lW X>u 



tlie mailer by Ih! jword ; tun« 
tint :c. nu^jiiRincScii? what 
have you to do with etc.? (ctticll ©trciD 
-, to make up; e.» olf n u t (je in ,i d) I M> 

confirmed; b) (U. 'B?cnfd).tC, }. '«. (in .ill», 
ije llind)! et Jiiltt IC.) decided, regular, 
piol'essed. 4. a) to couiposo, lo make up. 
to constitute. -6 (ii. aSeifaiiDifjcileii) , con- 
stitutive; (Bfi« (Slliirf IC. Oeiiuiiiti-) - , to 
make, b) to be composed of etc. cl (= 
■Beltilijelll to amount to etc., to come to 
etc. Ctl« HI (1 d) I TMiti n 11 « , 'tis no mailer. 
5. (Soj genet ic.) -, to extinguish, to put 
out. G. O tetlieil) -, to abuse; lo rebuke. 
7. (6111 JtleiO) - unit iseiPe jc.j, to lace 



2luömagern , i- .. to make lean 

f. MiifMietaelii. — .■. ... .u. w. leiiii t 
grow thin or lean. 

21u6mäftfn, ... ... to mow panh. 

SiU^ma^ten, (pp. >Kuäaemnl)let 
If. a. 1. to grind (out); to grind fully. '; 
Dii8 aSniTet 0116 eitiriii teidie - , to drai 
a pond by a mill. — p. n. lo fiuisli grinc 



.g. 9(n age in ,11)1 en l)ot.e 
rinding. 

2luömablen, .«s 



Hu§mabien,i ''g. 
Jluömaten , S ®itii 



lint. — r n. to fini.sh painting. 51 It S ,j e 
lUlnlr l)abeit , to have done painting. 

2luöma(ft)(Er, ■«■ (-«, p' -) u 
2lu§mangc(0n , <>. « ' -St 

3fl|"(l'e) — , to mangle properly, to talen 
?r sufficiently. 2. (Ö.11 ieiij) -, to loll 
- r ri. to finish calendering or mangling 

2(usinann, .". (-ti, pi. -uuui i 



2lu§margcln, f aiifsi 
2tuöjnavfcn, • ... «> - 

to set out by ma, Us. 

2lH§morftcn, ».•'. to , 
2lu§marfcl), .« (-t«, p>. 

maicliing out; departure, -iv 
(u. w. feitll to march out, t'. Sit 

2luömartern, .• .■ to i 

(5-iiteiii Die Seele -, to torment on 

aiuSmrtr.i^cn, f. jiumu. 
2(u§inäften, "■ .. to tat 
2luömatrn(?en, " .. t» 



2(uämauern, 



2luöincdfcrn, "■ " "> i 
2(iiSinaufcn, < .■.-//. Si 



3luSmeifefln, 



ase. 2. i ■JlM^.jelli 

2(uömclfcii, 



1 14 ^>lii^ 

, „nlk ,l,y, 10 d,au, by milking. 



2lusmeri(cn, •• <• i» piciioui wut 

lie away, to cull, to remove, lo reject, 
discard , to refuse, [51l()rlir.| to exter- 

2JU§mCffen, ir. „a. l to measure. 
measure out. (®d)ijff, '5.i(Tit) -, to 
..u)ge; mil Der e-ac -, to measure l,y 

to sell by measure; to sell reta.l. lo 



iUuSmeffer , 



Sluemeffung, / 



lug. Bif aBi|Kiift!)aft Duii Sei 
„eil, planimetry 1 Me <iß.fien| 



aiuSmei^en, ■•- " mim-] to take 

ei:iii lettjeu. 2. (©iiieii) -, to dislodge 



2luSmtnöcver , >« 



JUusmiiiten, 



3tu6mittcln, 



2lu6möblircn w " " '" «' "i'- '" 

SluSmobcln, " » i« modd pro- 

jiuamoofen, <-■■ » to nd ot mos.. 
3(uäinün5en, »• " lo discharge 

ilate. (riverr, [®ei)|.J exosculatiou 

2luömün&ung, / ■■•"■■ni of » 
2lugmünjen, "■ -■ "> ""'> t° '»""■ 
2luömurmcln, « " "> "^s»« "> 

n.ller. to leave oft' murmuring. 

aiuSmuffen, '■■ "■ - = aiufofijen 

ii'iiTrii. -Jill« einem 2nil^e ic. miiffeii, to 



iil)ere 'Jlrlieir, embroidery, variegated 



!. -(u.®cl)iieiDern, fileitfrmn(i)rtiii!ifii k.j, 
:i9 go out to work. 

Ausnahme, /■ </-(. -m exception 

Wiic - von IC-, «illi tlie exception of etc.; 
.^)iie - i(i'[iu«i^ leljaiipleit), witliout resiiiC' 
ion ; - (1)1)11 ellieir i)ffeiltlirf)rli C(l|1i , ex 
;n.plion (from etc.). 

9lü t 11 ,11)111 «luei |"f, lull', by exception 

2lu'jnafcften , " « i» sip, em, o. 
>2luenef)men, '> " <• i k> taki 

out. ((S-lllrl. 3,11)11) -, to draw, to extract 
[5HJnoreii) -, to take up; niif ajorg -, le 
take on credit; (Sögel) -, to take out 01 
the nest. 2. (&tii tjer(t)l^d)feie£ ibier; -, ic 
^ut, to evLscerate , to (dis)embowel S^ili): 
iter -, to draw poultry; iSieneillliirfe -, tc 



feinen -, nobody excepted; f. <2lUBet. 4, 
I). r«Ä. ©1(1) -, to look, to make a figure 
Md) nil' -. '" '"»I* "flli to yield a fini 
pros|,ecI. 

2tuSnebmen6w «''J- uncommon 

2lU§neCmU^,j extraordinary. - 
adi). exceedingly, extraoidinarily, remark 



Jlusncigen, 
2{uSnicEcn, <> » lo cea 

5Uu5nicfiMI, "." to cea 

- ,.. ,. tu brn.g up b, snee.ii 

2lueni»jjen, " " lo c 

- „. a. to sip up. out. 

21u§nü$cn , " -eß. 

2lu6ÖCen, " " t" desola 

sUuööbfen, "■ " l-Mo 
älusölcn, " '• to oil on 



2tu§farfen, >>■ " lo 

ipen. Gilicil aSflfkll -, to op, 

2luöj>atH)cn, " «■ 

;ard-paper etc., witi 



empty by tilt 






1 pasting. 



2luötiarircn 

Ülü§pai\en, " » Di« ö)elefleiil,ei 
) walcli the oppoitnnity. 

2lu6*«tfd)cn,»»- J '»»i»p ">"■■' 
2luöj>aufen, " «■ i to prod 



OliiSijjaufc^en, "■». i-TOin.itobe 

p or small. 
5UU6»>Ctlen, ". "■ I'Mf."-.] losoun 

mu§peit^dien , - - '• to dri, 

ut or to expel by whipping; to beat oi 
iili a whip, hinein (tieii (S-i(jeiiniiii k.) • 
, »hip any one out of etc. 1. \. mt 
eiiriDeii Nr. 2 3. f ?1 u i gr p e i tfc() 
[whippc 



aiuöjjcitfcber, 



2JuöjjcUen, f- anui, rufen. 
3liiSpehen, i 9in^prüaciri. 
2lu§i)f(iolcn, >••"• to set(oiiti with 

ales. 

2luöj>fan6en, •>■ «. cemen s*iiiti: 



aius^ifan&ung,/ tiistra 



to anotlier. 
1. (®(6,lll= 
stage; (eilt 



^Hüäpfavren r 
2luä:t)feifcn , ' 

ipieleri-, to hiss, to hi 

Suilfpiii !t.) -. to explode. 2. to whistle 

whistling. [exploder. 

2lu§!|»feifcr, »■• -«. ?'• -> i"sser. 
2lu§t)flanjcn, "■ «- r sserpfuin. 

jell. 

muäpflaftern , ■>■ « f P»ve 

2lU§)jfl£icfCn, - «• to provide, set 
out will, pegs 

WLn§pflixäen, «■ "■ to piuck out, 

up. to pluck off. (5llrelniie)-, to untwist; 
(em Slumeiibcei) -, to deprive of flowers. 

2(uS*)fIügen , v. n i« plow up. - 

2JUÖ*fii$Cn, °. «. I'lKin.] to draw. 

2lu§j>i*cn , .'■ "■ to pitch. 
2lufj>icten, (-11-) '■ p'- » »■ n 

auspices. Unter 0lMlfti,jell -, auspiciously. 

mu§pi£en. ». « to peck om. 
21u§:t)infcln, -■ «■ '■ to brush on 

tlie inside, to paint the inside of. 2. tc 
lo cease pcn.iliiig etc 

2lu§*.iffen, i. 5iun,,iriieu. 
2luötila*)j)ern, ■>. « f. aiuäpuu. 

Dem. [stones, with slabs. 

2lU§ljlatten, 1' <. to pave with flat 

2lu§:»>Iatten, r » to iron; f.-auä. 

l>l"l,ielii. 

^a^pla^en, •>■>•. (u. w. fem) i. to 

burst (out. asunder). 2. 1 (Die fliiuje Qie. 
ferifdjnft) pintle in eiii mute« ®el(i(^ter 

6em (S)el)eiiimi(Ie - , to let or pop out the 

aiuSVll^Cn, " "■ 'o cause to bursL 

2lu§tilaubcrer , >" <-« . p' -> 

blab, t blabber. 

2luS»)lauöcrn, "• ». "> '•i»'' out) 

((SSeljeimiiiffe) -, to blab, to let out. — v. 
„. to cease (lo have done) chattering - » 
ie/7. eid) -, to prattle one's fill. 

aiu§t)lünfcercr , "■ <-«. w -' 
2luö;tJlünöcrn , ■>•'■■ "> pi»"<i", 

to rob. to pillage, to strip. (eitt«®t(lDt)-, 
to sack, t to ransack. — v.n to cease rob- 
bing etc [robbing etc. 

5Uu§)>lünöcrunfl, / plundering, 

2IU§»)Dd)en, " <• l- to beat (skins 
etc.). (Sd),iufpiele K.) -, lo explode, 
(©(ftnilfvirltr) -, to hiss off ihe stage. 2. 
a) [aSniMlifpr.] to untree. b) ©men -, «) 
to make any one gel up by knocking; ß. 
to drive out or lo expel by knocking. - 

2lu§»£)liren, " "■ "> poi'^h. to 



2lU§»>0lftern, - a. to Muff; to 
quilt; to provide willi stuffed seats. 

2IU^»)0ltern , »• •■■ t» cease to 
bluster. 

^Juövofaunen, ■> «. i to pro- 

t(-unipet. 2. f to trumpet, to ti'unipet forlli; 
to divulge. ^o(t)rt(ftten -, to lilazoii news; 
ftiii Soli nu« jiiiiDI'oiiiien , to be the 
trumpet of his praiies ; ffiitcn eigenen Jdihiii 
-, to sound one's own trumpet 

üJuSjjrägcn , » «• i. dSoio lo -, 

to coin, to mint 2 to imprint well, ijiai 
SJllMlie !C.) -, to «ismp distinctly. 3. i to 



ive done) boasting. 

2luö»re6tflen, » « 

„e done, preaching. 2. i 



iluS'pveiien , tr. ». <■. to pra,! 
2!usj)rrfTcn, '■ a. i. to «pre, 

press, to press or squeeze out. 2. t t 
tort, to force out. to draw. iSfitie SereCti 
fouifi-it vrtgte ten SuhBcerii ihr. 
one, his eloquence drew tears tVom 
mudience; (fflelti ic.) - uon sc, to e> 



m\6 

i!lu6rnöe(l)n,) - " to get . 
2lu§rä&frn, [.sifting; f. >mi 
2luörat5ern , ; i>tn. 
2lu§raötren, - <>. "• rub o 



3l\x§vabmen , >■ « 

2luörammeln, ■• n 
Sluörammcn, « „ 
2lu§ranCcn , ) •■ " 
2luöranöern,[eHge 
2lu§rän^c(n ,)Mt, 



9(ue( 



by 3. @i(t) <@-tron«) 



ng. 3. g, 
lie's self V 



(gl. 



to restsiifHcientlv, 



fron 



slinctly. 

2lu§»>robcn, v « i. (sasein k.: 

taste. 2. to empty by tasting. 
2IU^J>rÜffn, 1. 1. 1. to prove or 
y thoroughly. 2. to select by trying 



cudgel, to 

e to drub or 

(roughly 

powder tho- 



21uöj>rügcln, ■- « 

drubting or cudgeling. 2. 

2luöj)uöcrn, • « 

SlUÖJlUffen, "■ "■ to drive out 1 
blows, to thump (out). 

2luS:»)unH)en , <>■•• i- to pump 

pump out. 2 to empty by puaiping. - 
n to pump sufficiently; to cease pu 
•ng [ 

3lu§»>unFt(iv)ctt, " » top 

2luäJ>UfiCn, " a to blow out 

3Iue:^u$en, ■> <" '• a. to dea. 

to clean, (»rilime) - , to prune, bj 
gloss, to polish. 2. i I ((S-iiifni -, lo 

to rebuke. 3. (Dd« CidK) -, to snuff i 
4. to decorate, to fit up, to adorn, to di 



2luSt>ueer, >"• (-«. ; 

proof, reprimand, ©intltl e 
10 reprimand any one (sever 

Slu^OuaFen, • » t 

Ing. 

3lu§(juälen, « «.rai 

-r rtfl girt,-, lo cease to 
•elt. 

2luSfluaImcn, ■> « 
2lu§auarttrcn , ■> . 

f. »Uiileaen. 

2luöfluctf*cn, ». . 
2lu§ra»en, f 2iu«t 

(»oiftn. 



aiusrattgiren, < 

.rt . lo draft.' to discar 

Sluäranfcn, ■• 
Sluärafcn, "■ » 



2lu§rafFcln, f.- 
2lu!5raftcn,->." 
2tusrauben, f. ^ 
2lu§rau<*cti , ■• 



to smoke out of etc. 2. (launt -trfifc) 

2lu§räut^ern, o-«- "• t» fumigat 

to smoke, to perfume. X)a^ — . funiigatio 
2. (Jleifct)) -, to smoke idry). 

aiuöroufen , ■• <■ '» puii or pi.i, 

oul. Silt Dif ».lilrr -, to tear one's hai 
giUÖräUmen, "■«• ".t» clearawi 

empty, to clear. (Sutinier IC.) - , 10 ev 
ciiate; (!8runilell K.) -, to cleanse ; (fi 
>?.iii«)-, to gut; fid) tie 0()reii -, to pi< 
one's ears. 3. [ttdin.) (&ill St-d)i -, 



-i. pi. 



2luöroumer, »>■ 

ittti) . nightman. 

2(usiräumung, / 
2lu§ram)en , " " 

d of caterpillars. 

SJuSrdufjjern, ■■ 

V. refi. Sid, -, to hawk. 

21uörc*cn, ■> « 



2lu§rcc^ncn, ■> a 

compute, to reckon; f to supput. 

2lu§rc&nung, / caicuiai 

pulation. reckoning; stipputatjon 

2lu§red)ncr, m i-i, p' 



SluSregnen, ■> imp. to cease rain 
ing. e-f Dm fiufgeteflitct, it has done 
raining. - t.a. to washout. aiuSaerej. 
net (D. Siegen IC, excavated by the rain 

SluSreftden, c-recSen.-rheiVm v. a 
[■IRor.] to fit out. to equip 

2lu§rcft6una,/- i-wnr.] fitting out. 

aiii.ärhfPungffoilfn, >. pi. out-fit. 

3luSrdben, ■' « '.to rub out. to 

rub away, to rub olf. 2. a) to clean by 
rubbing, aid) bie^uJEll-, to unglu- one's 
eyes, b) to polish, to burnish. (Sic .Soh» 
leri IC.) -, [®d>ul)m.i to rub up. - r. n. 
[. 10 rub thorouglily. 2. to cease rubbing. 
9ln«reibel)ol) , n. ) (Sdinljm.J 
auSreibefnodtEn, ,n ^ polisher. 

2lu§rct*cn, ". « i. - <uoin ®Mt 

fice. 2. - mit ic. , to have enough of etc. 

2Iusrctfen, » >'■ (u. w. fcmi to 
iluörctben, ••• ■>• '• tip-'ien to -, 

10 unstring. 2. lo sort (Outi; f. OlUpron: 
jiren, <Uu * nn. |lf r n. 

21uirCimCn, •> ". to cease rhyming 

2luäreinigcn, ••. « to cieao, t« 



2luSrc*ten, v 
' 2lu°^retfVn"-'" 
2lu§re6c,/ ip' 



2Ju§re6cn, 



<!Iu»fprtd,en.!(i 
suade (persuade) 'si 



2lu§rcifen , - " i- <"■ w. fan) 

WDU IC. , to depart from etc. b, to j 

ndi^ereii'et t,iiben, to have done trav 
g 

SluSreifeen, ir. r. a. i. to piu 

It. to tear or pull out. (ipfilinjen) -, 

ill up; to draw out; (McMujeni-, 

pluck out ; (Einen 3nl)n) -, to draw, to e 

fi(i) Bic ipanre -, to tear one's hai 

Bni — , the act of plucking or pulling oi 

2. ((Sinen önmin) -, to brea 

I. w. feini I. to run away, 
way or off, to make off, lo tai 
eels; - (o, SolBoreili, to dese 
army); - (u. (pferCen), to bre: 
loose. 2. to burst. iUu«gerif(«n (i). cine 
Knopflodje) , worn out; (n. Cömineuj - 
broken down , burst. 3. t - (f. 6er ® 

2luSrei#Cr, >". (-«, pi -> deserte 
inaway, fugitive -ei,/. (Irequenl. d 

aiu^rciten , ■>• » >■ (u. w. itiio 

ride. - e.o. I. (&in «feri) let-, to ai 
(Sine lärrecfc) -, to ride over. 

2lu§rettcr, "■•<-«, pi--) outride, 
2lu§renfen, »• »■ «> disjoint. , 

>t out of joint, to dislocate ^10 Qt 

lluSrenfung,/- dislocation. 
Slu^rennen, •>•■ » " to knock o. 

' running against something. — v. n. I 



116 2tu6 

3iu§rcutcn, "■ ■■ to root out. to 

CTlirpnte. to eradicate. 

aiuSri^ten,»«- 1- "'■"«''estraighi. 

tltm ©efiiffc - , to get bruises out of a 

tomb, 2. to bear the charges of etc., to 
furnish the eipense of. Glut fflnficrci cCet 
'TOnljIiCil -, to (make on give a dinner 
or supper; (Cine ^odjicit) -, to defray the 
expense of. to be at the charge of etc. 3. 
n) to execute, to comnuinicate. (fine »Pt: 
|"il)nfl - on IC. , to deliver a message or 
errand to etc. ; (ein-u 31ufltaj)i -, to exe 
cute (a commission); cinsii ©tug I'oii Qt-. 
nmut -, to bring compliments from any 
one. bi to do. to effect, to perform. Za: 
nut roirfl Mi miä)te - , you will do no 
good in if, SBiel -, to prove elfcciual; to 
prevail upon; 9Ji(l)to -, to prove ineifec- 
tual, 10 labor in vain; Cnillit iiI3ild)ti <1 II«: 
gctidjiet, it will prove ineffectual, that 
will not do; mit iljni tnun ninn 9?i(f)tä -, 
you cannot do any thing with him. 4. (&• 
tieli) — r to backbite, to calumniate ; to scold. 

[SBSniDmrpt.] to track out. 

2lu§ri*ter, "■■ (-s, pi--> if. -i n u, 

I. [0iccl)tsri'r.J - (fineä legten aCiflciis), 
any tiling. 

2lu§ri*tig , ( <•<>} »-iroit. ,uick. 
2lu§rtct)tfam,^i«ierous. -fcit,/. 

adroitness, dexterity. 

2IUiri*tUng , /■ »act of) bearing 
llie charges of etc. ; part of the dowry (con- 
sisting of furniture, clothes eio ; banquet, 
,«edding-) dinner, a feast. 

SlUSrieC^Cn, ir. r. <.. l. to smcll 
or scent out. 2. (e-iiie StubE ic.) - (uim 
Blumen ic), to fill wiih a grateful etc 
odor, to perfume. — v. n. to cease t( 

longer. [to channel 

2Ju§riefen , »• <■• lairdjir.j to nute 
aiuörtn&crn, ■>■ ». - <u. fiüijni), 

aiuSringcn, «. «. i. ©i«) at» aim 

itjinf^lll &tltin6) -, to wrest from etc. 1 
(Die SBnWc ic.) -, to wring. (2Cnft") - 
to wring out; cine Sittl'lic -, to squeeze 

struggling, to end ones struggle(s). 

3lu§rinncn, "■■ v.„. (u. «. (nm to 

2Jugrt)>lJCn, .■ <■. <o free from the 
ribi. äliifoErippt d'. i(ibnf«l)lnttfrii), 
stripped. 

2Ul§Vitt, '"• l-ti. pl -I) 1. ride. 

3lUÖrD&en, <• «. to unroot; to clear 
(and make arable), g-ineil 5Bol6 - , uiu 
^,lr.^u« ein SCcijniicIS (u m.idjcn , to cle.ir 

2lusiro&er, "'■ «-^ pi- -> I'f H'--" 
2(it§roftrcn, f. ,.. [-»Mm-.] to pro- 
aiuöronen, "■<'■ "> ron <»"; ">"■•- 

roll; to lake out of a roll. — r. n. 1. to 
cease roliins. "2. to cease calenderinE- 



mUäVßften, r- "- to roast thoroughly. 
2lU§tDttbar, '•''J- extlrpable, that 

2tu§rottcn , i- «• (f u. d to root 

It. to exterminate, to eradicate, to eilir- 
paie. *aii«iiitDIteii, lid) - Inüeiiö, ex- 
lirpable. 

2lU§r otter, •"■ (-«, P'--> one who 

aiuSrOttUtlfl, J- extermination, ex- 
tirpation, [extermination. 
SlnfriUIintg^fricfl, m. a war of 
51 u ä r 1 1 II II fl S p (f c It , s. pl. i. S. u 1): 
poteen. 

aiuSrutfcn , "■ "• ("■ «. Umi to 

march out; tn move out, ihli fcni Soqn 
-, to decamp. 

SlU^ruf, '"• (-CS, pl. -s> I. cry; 
proclamation. Siitd) tiffenllid)cii - befnniit 
mndjen, to proclaim; - Dtr Sr.iutlcute, the 
bans. 2. exclamation, outcry ; [(SSrnmui.] 



2Juörufen, '■•. v. a. to cry. 5ci"i.d)- 

proclaini; SBrrlDbte -, to bid the b.ins; 
m 25ccf(iii|c - laBiiorcii) , to set up tor 
le, to cry. to hawk; ((Jiiicii) jlllll Jtcllige 



aiuSrufcr, m. i-i. pi. -> (/. -. 

lleidetungeiii, crier. 2. peddler, hawkf 

au^rufung, f. "ymg out, 

proclamation; outcry, exclamation. 
aiuStufuMil^Ocl'iiljr, ( J- P" 
5Mu«rnffCflel)ül)i:, j crier's f 
üliiSrufn n(j6i»o r I, n. [©cnmni.J 

terjection. [exclamal 

51n«ruf(uiig6>jeid)en, n. note 
2JuSVUbC,/- rest, repose. 

2luörul)cn, ■> " '<> «»'r '» "p< 

to make a pause. - I'l'll ic. , to rest f 
etc. — V. refl. ©id)-, to repose one's s 

StuSrubmen, •• " i» ««o' 



aiuSptcifcn. [chu 

aiuSriJftren, « '•■ («uttm -, 
Slu^runÖcnW "■ "• '■ '»f»«"''^ 

2lugrÜn&Cn,i 'ound the inside 
t (S-llin. Jicfci.lIJ-, to round a period. 
aiUSrUnlCln, "■ "■ to unwrlnl 
2lU§rU»»fCn, "• ■>• tS5ci>eni It.) 
to pluck or pull out. ((S-incm i>til)ne) 
Dcrn — , to pluck feathers from el 
©äiifcn Me gebrrit -, to pluck geese. 

2lu§rüffcn, »- « '■ (©d)iffe) -, 

equip, to fit out, to arm; (Xtnppcn) - 
equip. 2. i - lllit IC. , to furnish w 
■mit ajeriiuiifc nit«gei:ii(lct, endowed 

2lu§ruftcv, »>■ 1.-1.. pi- -) 1'^ «It» 

fits out or equips, filter-out. 

aiuörüftung, /■ >. -, ».i« ^^uu« 

rilficn, fitting out, equipment. 2. equip 
ment. equipage. 

2lu§rutf(äbcn , f- amsoifitcn. 

!2lH§VÜttCln, .'■ <•■ 1- to shake out 
2. to shake. 

2lU§fOat,/. Pl.-m I. sowing. 2 



aiu6 
2lu§fäbeln, ■■ «• to cutout wuh 

'siVIfätfcIn, ■■■ etnen -, to drain 
ly one's purse; f. 91 U « I'Etfc 1 11. 
SluSfadCn, ». •'- I. (©IimlSi -, to 
ke out of a sack or pocket. 2. to empty 
bag. sack or pocket. 

2lu§fäcn, "■ «. 1. to sow. 2. ± to 

iw, to disseminate. Sen ©nmeu i)ct Siuii;» 

tr(ld)t -, to sow discord; f. -H u 6 ft t e U CH. 

r. rt. aiuigefiiet I)n6tii , to have done 

2luSfagC,/. (W- -n) l. declaration, 

ying. assertion. (5-ibIi(t)E -, deposition, 

affidavit; Seligen-, evidence; feinet - 

nnd), by what you say; |"ciiier - nnd) , ac- 

ng to his saying, deposition. 2. 

[©rornnt. :c.] predicate, attiibute. 

9lu6i'ngc6 egr iff, m. ((Sriiiuiu J pre- 

ate. 

aiiiSfngeiBDrr, «. verb. 

Slugfagen , <■■■ ». i. ^> to express, 

ate; f. ?lUäfpred)Cn. b) to state, to 
declare. (acrid)tlid) - (u. 3eiigcii), to de- 
, to give evidence; eiölid) -, to give 

(ÖJnimra.J to affirm. 

JluSfdgCn, v. a. to saw; to saw 
t, — V. n. to finish sawing. 

2lu§fagcr, m. (-«, p(. -; ( 
3luöfagen»e, .«. i-n.pi- -m<, 

2Ju§faIben, .'. « t» smear with 

2lUSfanBCn, '. "• t» dear of sand, 
to free from sand. 

^IluSfa^, '"■ (-'■«, pl. -li^f) 1. 135i'' 
MviJfp.] lead. 2. - (im Spiele), stake. 2en 
gniijen - cinflteiri)en, lo sweep the stakes; 
- (u. aBnntcn) , show. 3. [Ttta. ii. lf)iet= 
nrjeneif.] - (bei gSenfdK"), leprosy; - (Der 
®d)nfe) , scab, rot; - (Der <)5fecte) , tet- 
ters; - (fet aiiume) , scurf. 

2tU§f(i$ig , "'U '«^prous. gm -et, 
a leper; äpltnl für -c, leper house. 

äluSfäuBern, v. «. to cleanse, 10 
clean; to scour (out); to sweep (up); to 
prune, to lop; f. 91 n « p u ^ en , 31 il«r ei< 
nigen. [acidity from etc. 

SlUSfäuern , " «■ l» extract the 

StUÖfaufCn, •>■ «• to drink up; to 
empty by drinking. — v. n. to cease driilk- 



2JuSfaugen, 

ck (out). -CCS Qicm, (91i 



rig. 



uckir 



out. exsuction. 2. i (Jinem 0«6 »lilt -, 
to dr.iin any one to the last farthing. 3. 
to exhaust by sucking. 4. ± a) einen gnil} 
-, to suck one's marrow, bi ((5)riui6(lli(fc) 
-, to wear out of heart, to impoverish. — 
V. n. I. to suck (he full time. - l(l(Ten (eilt 
fimS), to suckle the lull time, to let (a 
child) suck his fill. 2. lo cease to suck. 

2lU§fäugCn, - «. l- to suckle suf- 
ficiently, the full time. 2. to leave off 
suckling. 

Sluötaugi'v, '"• (-«. p'- -> <f- 

-inn) 1. sucker. 2. i ai bloodsucker, ex- 
tortioner, b) parasitic plant, f. lSd)mn< 
rrljerpflnnje. -ei, /. (pl. -en. extor-^ 



17 



SluSfäumcn, > 

. I. >,. lo fiui^li liem 



2lueif*a*tcln, »■ «. i. >o take 
'jluSfd^offcn,» -".'urnout. .. 
°2lu§f4äften , i'- «• «s-m ®<i)'ff) - 

nf i5ü ®Ili(fe>, to pierce (a ship) for eic. 

2lu§f*dfern, ■•■•"• >:uu«(ief(i)ä. 

ivt l)nLuil, to liave done playing, rouip- 

°2lu§fd)olcn, ". "■ 1- (Bie X)'<f« 

:,iu« Snmiuv«) -, to lali,. 2^ to si.ell, to 
ake out of the sliell. 

2luSf*oIen, -• "■ i- "• '•i'«». '» 

.eel. j'ffioilfelll) -, to uiaucl.. 2.H(Jilini) 

-, to strip, to rob. 3. [6l,,f.] to extirpate, 

cut out. (i"g. 

JUuSf Chatten, •- « '» cease souud- 

2tusfd)atmen, •> •■• iSutfim.] t» 



aiuöft^cnCcn, 



2luöf*äinen, 



SlUflCU -, to be quite as 

2(u§f*an»cn, 



reyi. 






dig up. 



SJiict 






rake. — u- ii. 1- §iliteii - (bii ci 
llllji, 10 sciape ivitli tlie feet. I 
a liind-ieg. *. lo cense &crapiug 

2lu§?^nrten, "■ « iiertin.] csn« 

Pc&cV) -, 10 j;ig. to indei 

2luöf fatten, i 
Olusfdjattiren ,*, 
2lu§fcljä$en, ■■ "• I3fc*t«ipt.] t. 

2lu§f*aucn, " " <» i»»!^ »"'; i 

$iin,ui«|fl,en. 

2lu§fi*oufcln , " " 1° scoüp, ti 

(Jlllcll Sol)ll -, to bail a boat. -...«. 1( 
cease scooping, bailing etc. 

2Juöfd}auf etn, '• «■ •<> ""'>»' »" 

of a siwug. - ». n. -Il .1 6 od'*»" f « ' 



2Iuöf*äumen, ■>. «■ i- •» ""o" 

up, out as foam, froth. 2. ± (Sällctlllli 
(jeil li.) -, 10 loam out. - i'. ii. (T u. il 
to cease foaming. 

2luöf*ei&cn, «s " «• "■ '• " 

separaie; (Sillier It.) - aiU, I'oii !C., [0»e. 
tatlurfl.] to part from etc. ; (Die (Stjc. -, 
to wash. 2. [ÜJtjljfifl.] to secrele, to secern 
-6c ö)cfö(Ie, secretory vessels; MIS -, Dil 
aillSfd) ciüunfl, secretion. 3. 1 to dis 
card, to reject. — ir. r. n. (u. «. feilli l< 
secede. (shining 

2luöf*eincn, "•. ". " to teas. 
2ln§fcl)eUen, "■ " t» pui'iish b, 

-InJiCM, lo have a lost dog etc. cried (for 
iiy the bellinaa. — i>. ii. 10 cease liuging 

2Juöf(l)elten, » ». a. i to 



2lugfcl)even, '•• <>■ « '• iZuibm.] 

give the last sNearing to etc. 2. [T)»,ir.l 

"^luSfdjevjcn, -. " i» leave oir 

2<UÖf*CUC^en, •> «. 'o scare away. 

2lu§f*eucrn , '■"■ i- (&mo - 

I scour (out). 2. i (&111C1I) -, 10 scold, 
Slllf pil^CII. — <.: refl. Strt) -, 10 be 
Olli out (on the inside) by rubbing. 

2lu§f<feicEcn , "■ « «» «■"' »i" 

l!it >au|Il-.lflCll ,iu<a«f<l)nf t, seul on 

2lUSf*iet»Cn, ir. ..a. l. to sUove 
r- push out. (Diiö Sjn-b) -, lo draw out 



Ii|"(t)) -, 
put 



3. ®t(t) boil älviii 



[piece. 
) eking 



splint 



2lugfc6ifber,".. i-^.K 
2luöf*icfcvn , f. 51 1-1*1 
2Ju§fd)tc(i'n, ■> « to ceai 

%u§fcl)icnen, ». ". t» 



2lu§f*ie#cn, "— ■ «. i- (cs 

otii aiuflC ic.) -, 10 shoot out. 2. (C 
'ÜJtUÖ IC.) -, to clear, to shoot al 
;ame Ml eic. 3. leiuc »lldjfe !C.) -, 
improve by shooting, h) to wear out by 
shooting. 4. ((5-iiien ^)5reiä !c.) -, to shoe 
for etc. 5. Sen »nllilfl -, to discharge 11. 
ballast, 10 unballast; (CUKIl (SnliJCll) -, t 
leanse. 0. to draft, to pick, to garble 
o sort, lo reject, to cast out. 7- [ilj|). 
Sie JiDlumncii) -, to impose. - i>. ii. 1 
o cease shooting. 2. (u. w. iciio (@>iirte»t.] 
to sprout, to slioot (up>. to bud. 3. {^)ii\\ 
- (tU'in aBillDe) , to veer (to keep pace) 

aiuö|d)icet!reit,n. [XxiV-i imposing. 

»auSlÄJiefellcUl, in. liljp.j imposing. 

stone. [that soils etc. 

aiuSfcfeicKCV, "'■ (-«, »-'•-) 1" 

2lUÖf(l)iffCn, .'•« 1 10 disembark, 
2lUÖf*iffUng,/ disembarking etc., 

2tu§f*ilBcrn, " "• t» pai"-, " 

2luif*iUc"/ "• " *"'*' ''•> - 
2luSf*immern, •• " lo ceas, 
2lu#fc^im*>fen , » "■ i» abuse, t< 
2lu§f*infcen, ir. v. J. lo tiay, u 

stiip. (Sie SeuiC) -, to tteece. 

2lugf*irl-en , " «■ '» uul.amess 

SluSff^labbfrn, ". « 1° lap. 
2Ju§fd)lad)tcn , ■. « •" cut uj 

for sale. 

2lu5fd)tacf en , - " [•Biemiiura. 

Sic (Jrje - , to separate tlie dross or slaj 



2lu6fc^lafcn , 

*ay. äelllcu 3i\iufd)- 



■JIiiSflCfd)lii(eii l)iil)en, to have done 

2lugf*lag, »>• <-c«) I. first blow, 

.1 stroke; - (tec ijifcftie) , kicking, win- 
g; -, [»nlirp-l service; ecu - Hum, to 
e service. 2. - (tier iSniiiiie), budding; 
out; i(. lining (of a carriage etc.). 3. - 
ilU (i)eiuicl)le), lutn, turning, bias, over- 
ight. Scr SBnflC Ocii - (jcl'cii , to turn 
■ scale; einen - Ijilbeu oü. fleDen, to liear 
down the weight. 4. i a) See Sbiiije Ccii 
(jtbcii, fee ®n(f)c Den - ot^eii . '" i"'" 



the scale, to decidf 
®d)lnd)t) ecu - O'te 



5. (p(. -öge) I'ffliC] auy efflorescence on 
the skin, a redness of llie skiu, eruption, 
a breaking out, rash, exanthema. «Kit 
eilicill -c uerlJUHDcil, eianthematic, exan- 
theuiatous; - (bei <pftrt>cn ) , farcy. 6. 
[Srirfdjii.] boidc-r. 

'llUärrtjUlOflcl»". «• cciipl've lever. 

2lttSif*IagCn, ir. v. a. l. to knock 
or sirike out. to beat or dash out. ((Jilicn 

beat; [^Rüiijre.] (Die £d)rütlui|je) -, to 
flatten. 3. to lay out, to untold. (&llie 
iBeirilcac) -, to undo. 4. •mit efiBii« -, 
to line with etc., to face with etc., to 
hang with. (Sillc iSlllfi^« -, to line with 
cloth etc.; mit ^cljiuctt n ii6(]erd)liia e ii, 
furred. 5. to stretch out. 6. IgedjlE.J to 
keep or war oflf. to parry. 7. t to refuse, 
to decline, to reject, (eiuc (S-rDrd)n|t) -, 



to give np. 

JtuSfdjlagcn, ir, 

blow, to begin the qu 
[».iflfp.] to give service. 
!C.), to kick, to wince 



the fir: 



=. 2. - (b. ^liferDeii 
e, to fling (outi 

Qcrii iiuärdjüal, a yerker. 3. i to 
bey. 4. to cease striking. - (c. •Hi 
flClll), to cease to sing, to have done siag. 
ing. 5. - (f. Dec llljr), to strike full. Sie 
m)r l)(it 11 auiflCitfjUgcii, the clock 
has struck eleven (o'clock). 6.io lurii, to bear 
down tlie weight. Sir 2Dnge |'d)l ägi Aüi. 
the scale is turned. 7. i lo turn out, to 
prove, öjut -, to turn to good account, 
U0CII)eill)(lft flic etiieil -, lo turn to one's 
advaulage. 8. - (Ü. (SeroÖd)|eil), to hud. t -> 
sprout. 9. Oil licflc 5U111I1UC1I -, to break 
out into a bright llanie; - (l). fitnilfheit«" 

break out. >au6Qerrt)Ufleii fein (niu Köf 
pre), 10 have pustules, an efflorescence 
on tiie skin; till 5iiiiD fd)liiai aui , a 
child breaks out; n II äg c fd)l .jc 11 (ucai 
Sopi'e), scnify. b) - (U. 2£nuDcip, to gi»a, 

iicue äCiiiDe fd)l(igtu cliiige 3eit l)i!iDiitife 

Die Kiiltc fdjliigt n» te» Süimsen nui, 
the frost ciystaKDiies the wallr . 



[18 



■iluö 



2Iu5f*lOUlMtCn, V. a. to fey. loj 
clear of N.ud , to cle«iii.e. 

21u§f*lau*en, -■ « '<> cleanse. 
21u6fc^lC(fen, «. «. to iick up. 

2JUÖffblCt*en, 'r. ... <•■ to search 
ftini to sneak out. 

2luöftf>kifen, ' . «■ "> <i"i '»■'. 

to carry out on a .ledge. - ir. 17. „. 1. to 
grind suffic.eiltly, Co sharpen. 2. to grind 
hollo»; to grind or whet out, to get ont 
hy grinding. — ir. i>. reJI. lairti-, umn 
©(bIciffleiiiEn), to »ear out (by friciiom. - 
if. r. n. 10 finish grinding. 

2lu§f*Ieimcn, ■' « '<> <^i"r "r 
" 2lu§fct)lcntmen, "• «• i» ^lear ot 

feasting. [*" saunter out. 

2lueifd)lcnöcrn, " « <" w. fem) 
2lu§fct)lentcrn, ■>• - t» fling out. 

2lU§fcl)ICtl»Cn , " «■ to drag out. 

2Iu§frf»leu6crn, ». ... i. to force 

Out hv flinsing. (Sifiiie ic.) - (u. S5iilFn= 
„ni :c., to cast up '2. &mm ein 9Iiifle 
„ _, ,0 knock ont one's eye etc. (hy fling- 

'2IUÖfct)Ücf)tCn, r. a. (fWÜMjm.J to 

"2(u§f*licfcn, f- 9rii«fri(d)Ei., 

21UÖf*liCftCn,ir. ... a. 1. toahut 
or lock out. to CTclnde. % i - (f-oil K.), 
to exclude, preclude or seclude (from etc.), 
to debar (from etc.). — utjll bit ©emetUi 
i"(f),if! ^ct .Rird)E , to excommunicate; -D 
.1'. ciunu 93i'trt(1)te), exclusive; (i* -, to 
sep°tate one's self etc., to secede. 3. to 
unfetter, to uncliain . 10 unshackle. 4. 
(?„p.l to justify. 

^1 II ^rd)Ii e§e(]e I tl , n. prison fee. the 

"'°2IUÖfc{)IießItA, «*. exclusive. - 

2lUÖf*nc6Ung,/. exclusion; ex- 
comniunicalion ; [ 9icrt)t«f|)r. ] exclusion. 
.111. [iDD.l jusllfiers. 

« 11 « fd) 1 1 c e 11 11 g * f r i (1 , /. («««Mfpt.l 
term of exclusion [exclusion. 

91ii«frf)Iie6iiiio«(If|'t^, "■ law of 

<!lii«rd)lie§ii"(l6reif)t, n. right of 

■);ii«f(f)Iieeuna«roflfe, adc. by way 

of exclusion. [tangle. 

2lU§f*ltngCn, <r r. a. to diseu- 

ülnsfdjrjngcrn, ■.• « mnt.] to 

2lu§fd)lPftCn, ...n. to cease hailing. 

2tUC-fi:blU*,^Cn, " «■ to utter lob. 

[,ing. ,■- II 1 . 10 (ease sobbing- 2. to sob 

2lueifd)lutfcn, "•«. 'o gnipdown 

,.. „ 10 cease hickuping. 

21uöfrf)Iumraern, ». » i.tocea»e 



2luöf*Iüt)fcn, 



2(u§fcl)lürfcn, 



«ti« belt &icni) 



2luSf*luft, -«• (-fie«) exclusion; 
[cepiion. OJiir - citicf (^iniioEll, except 



2lu6ffö>nadjtfn, «.»■ 



2luöfd)mäJ)en, 



21u§fct)inhlcn, 



aiusftbraa^en, ... 
2iugf*»nau«bfn, .. 

out. 2. to purity by .smoke 
91u«t(iu(t)eu. 

2luöftbtnoufcn , • > 

•uiue or empty by banqnetui 



2lu§fd)mrrfcn, r. <iiii6(cne 
2luöfdj>ncifbcin, » » i» 

nattering 

2(uSfd)mcigen, -> » «. 

throw or knock out. — p. ... 1. to kic 
to ihiow first; f. aiiiiäiuerfeii. 



SluSfdimeljcn, 



2lugfd)mcljcn , « 
aiuäfdjinettf rn , 



2lu§f*>mcöen, .- «. i to ha,, 

or forge sufficiently. 2. 1 (allien ^\a\ 
-, «o forge. 3. to heat out. 4. (®filicrci 

etc.. to unfetter. — v. n. to cease forgin 

aiuSftfeniicrcn , i. ». «. to «mei 



(the inside ol). 
SJRit gElI, aälltli 



grease. 2. t 



to copy out of etc. b) o (giiieil) -, to drul 

SiuSfcbmiei-ev, >"■ <-«, pi- -> «" 

piler, plagiarist. -ci,J. plagiarism, con 
pilation, 

2luSf cbmtnfcn, >. ". i. fSt» m i ■ 

fell. 2. 1 |. ,3ictcil. [pontins 

aiuSfcbntoUcn , ». « lo ceas 

2Jugf4>mori'n, c „. m. ». rei, 

out by stewing. 

2(u§f *mü(ten , "• «• "> 'leck. . 

self up; (fine 3ieiie 10 -, to einbellisli. 

2lu§f*mürfcr , "" f-«. p' - 



2lu§fc()m^<^(^eIn, t- -. tos 

- r. .,. to cease smuggling. 

a(HSVd)inunji-In, '• « ' 



21 11 6 



2lu§frbnaUcn, •>■ 
2lu6ffbno*i»en, . 

snap off. 

21u§fcl)naj>))ffn, 

It, off gin eic. 

2lu6fcl)nar*cn, " 
2luöf(*M0ttcrti, . 



SluSffbnauben, f «. i- (Bie afn 



2. to recover brealli. Oie ^ferile - l.lfTc 
to let the horses gel llieir wind. 

2luöf*nnufcn, -■ " f. iUn 

id, n n 11 b c n. 

2luöf*näujen, ^ «. i. to get o 

<ur to bring up) by blowing one's nose. 
Die 9inie -, fidl -, 10 blow one's nose. 
(Dn« Ciditi -, to snuff 01, 1. 

2luSf*nciben, ir. ,. a. i toe 

out. off; (Sljir.) to cutout, to en, off, 
exlirpate; ^(l« -, ((Eljir.J extirpation; ^, 

toniy; lie Sdinnföiiinvfe (11116 Per 2Dü(k'> 

2. (»liunie) -, 10 prune, to lop; DiciJ.in 
-, to taper the hair out; (eini: 5pern"i(f 

nenftixfj -, to take part of the honey awi 
from etc.; (Xl)icvi-) -, 10 cut. to castrat 
to geld; to spay. 3. (©Ill JtliiD !C.i -, 
cut out; leln »lIDl - to carve, to cut ou 
fdltiio -, to slope; füllillld) -, to pin 

4. to jag at the edges. ^H U 6 fl r fd) 11 1 1 te 
(». SBlnllerni, [«ot.) crenale. crenate 

5. Ci.ua) K> -, «o ••el' by retail. 
>au«fd)iieibebirt)Er, n. ,,(. cui-pap 

work. (knit 

3lM«fd)nei6eiiiEffer,...cnttingi-'>ni 

2lu§f*nctöcr, "■ (-f, pi. -, 

he that cuts ont. .1 cutter out. 2. gelde 
2lU§fcbnCiCll, " imp. to cea 

2ia§fd)ncitcln , »• «■ (».imnn 

to prune, to lop. 

2luÖfcbnttt, 



(.;. -f 



'^nf ii: 



fEil), by the ell. by retail. 3. cut; (-Miltt).) 
segment. 4. Set niiiCE - ((111 ÄlEiüern 10, 
slope; - (rtn ©nrbiErbEifcn, , neck; - (Dc6 
geilller,;) , [ülrd)it.] embrasure. 

SUu«f(t)nltrl)ail!)el, m. retailbusi- 

>Uu«fd)nittl)nnMet,> m. ,-t, pi. -> 
>au«|-d)nittet, V'-91" «'Mi "ei> 

Ber Nr. 3. 

•Ull6fd)nitII)<inMunfl, /. mercery, 

retail.establishment. 

aiii«fd)nittrn6en, ti5. ^ retail-shop, 
au*fd)tiitt(jEn)5l6e, «.^ dry - good 

ihop. [retail-^oods. 

äu«fd)inttiDn(ltcii,/. p/. dry gooils, 

2luSf*nii?dn,^'». .» carve, w 
2luäfd)iu6en, \ ct out 



Jluöfcbnufpfln, 



JhiSfdjnmjfe'n, 



2lu§fd>öj)fcn, 



list. (6-111 'Bopii -, 10 baili le 
■H«i<<bb\!ileiu,f. t 

>MuSf*orcn, .-«• r.-Jiu 
2» uöf hoffen, ■•• «■ ><> . 

sprout. [slio 

2llu§f4)Oten,<'<'. tosi.e 

jrhiicii) -, to »lip. 

2lu§f*ra?jcn," «. tor 

■ t. 10 erase. (-Wut.) Sie r>(l 
untwist tlie ends of the stra 

3lu5f*reiben, ir- n. ,. 



i^'.n Siul) — , 10 copy pas 
Den ^ornj -, iiuS Sein 



. 3. leim-ii »ruf, 
order by letlers iiiii 
1 logellier. to couvo 



, to lay Oll. to impose; "SrnilDfcftil^uliaeu 
, tu exact coDtriliuiioiis; (eilten üitieroG 

i|. — c. re/1. Sirt) -, 10 write one's 

2lu6fd)rcibrn , <•. (-«, pi. -> con- 

acation . proclamaiioii. Qu\ - crlnJTcn , l" 

)Uixäid)veibtY , •"■ (-*. p'- -) "- 

yist, plagiary, plagiarist , pirate, -et, 
plagiarism. 
2IU§fcl)l'eibUng , /■ convocation. 



iUuöfc^rotfn, 



•Uninuflen. 4. |. laiDruien. 
2(U§Kl)Ul)Cn, i- "■ to lake oil 111 

Jluafc^iivcn, "• ■■• [-»iti'iuura.] i 
2lu5fd}üvfen° ""• [-»'"■] i-^Jm 
iUuSfdjuß, '"■ ^-iif-". !>'■ '"»'• 

picking, culling out etc. ; |'. 'Jl u 6 fit) I e P e I 



fi> (Her älilHtie> l£.) - 
Oeincmcr - , [iiJiirl.] 



21uefcöüttcln, 
•iUusfcl^iittcn, '• 



-, lo empty, i- t (anil ijcrj ic, 
.ur oul. 10 discJo.se, to open; fetn 

Sen iärt)i'B eiiieö gieunteö -, '« 
1 ones self 10 a Irieudi C<\i J^lltC 

SoSe -, lo leject llie good lo 



(d-mcii &VM 





aiuofd^rcien , 


r. .. ». 1 


to 


proclaim. iCüuiliu-en 


K.) - , 


■il 


ustnien. 2. t lo cr 


down, t 


10 


cry (one, ont . lo r 


port one 


£ 


fine Stmtnie -, to 


orm the 


crying, , to spoil one's 


oice by s 


- 


». reß Sid) -, im 


ceil 9Me) 





es selfou^ to cry o 


lie's till. 


01 


es sell «ill, crying 


- 0. n. 


oy 




u ; f. 01 1 




ilusfc^reitcn. 


r. „. n , 


1. 


to step out. aside. 


■i. t 10 g 


_ 


D. a. to pace, to sie 


P- 




JUusfdjrettung 


, /. <lil. 




2lu6fcl)rbvff" 


V. u. to 



2luSfct)iiiavcn, ' 

. w. I'eiii) 10 suppurate; 
iuie oul by suppuration 

2iuöfdj»t5anBeii, 



2lu6fd)wai'scn , 
2luofc^>üo$cn, 

(out). 10 repori. llnUefon 
oul. l. (5-incni eiiunä -, 

prattle. 

2lu5fcl)j«>cfclii, 

10 impiegnale vvitli sulpl 

2luöfcbtt»cif, "■ 

I'd) 11, 1'l I iiiiiJ- ■■'■ *'°P= 

2JuöK^>»eifcn, ' 

■ausaeitfliueiit, [«Ol. 



libertine 

'HiciHil) , i 
- (iin 3ie 



in Der £iel)e, lewd ; 

II , SiljrcH'Cll) , lo digress. 

iUuöfcbwcifling, »'■ (-*, pi 



. 2lu6frt)>»eifunfl,/- 1. siop.ng. 

, excess. Öine narrird)e -, exiravugam 
-j extravagancy, - nil (S-üeil lliiD inilfcn, 
y'DecSieDe, debaucli, debaucliery; ari'M - 



Dea£l)eil, to indulge ill great eices 
MiDttiKiDe. iniSiDrriDeni-, d.gr 
■autfd)iveiiiiii,j.-frei«, m. [-Ji 

2lu§f*Wfi^i'n, > „. .o . 

purify by welding. 

iUuöfcfewelgcn, • - to 

leveling, rioiiiig. 

2luöf(^tt>emmen , - 

(JrDe; - hhmm •IDniTfri, lo »asli a« 
to wasli oul. (£)le iüi'ijc , ^M liter 



2lu5f*wenecn , ■■ ■■ to mise. lo 
üJueftbwimmcn, "■ <■ - ■ to 

ase swimming 2. (u. w. |e,lil to swim 

2iuSffftwingcn, '-• '■• «. i- to 

ling, lo Hing iswingingi. (Jiiicil 2Blirf; 

ifB -, to darl a javelin. 2. (Jlnrt)») -, 
swingle, lo rough-dress, (20elien) -, 
tan; KSeireiDt, -, to winnow. - c. n. 



2luöfct)Jt)irrcn, 



2luSffl»>Pi$fn, 



Sie 'Jcnitjofeii PD. £i.|lieiiil)e -, to sw 
for the pox. 2. i (©liuilö, -, to forge 



2luSfcb>i>orcn, ■>• ". lo unisb 

ÜluSfCdCln, o.a. to take oul of the 
:CS)elD, -, to expend, spend. 

aiuSfcgeln , - ». (" «. |\ni, to 

under sail. - o. a. ('OTilr.) to keep aloof 

2lu6fegncn, ''■■'■ (eme "SHAm. 

aiUÖfebCn, "■ '■ "■ 1 to .*ee 10 the 
;nd of, to see out. (S-tll »aiiniflililij , Den 



grand; filje loeii -t>e J^i'ifiiniiacn, 
mote hopes. 3. (@)ut, liDel K.) — , 
■.Keflliecifd) - , lo look rainy, like 
fie I) I tefluetifrt) aai, ilie weaih 



for I 



ckly 



-D, well looking, good looking. Iiealtliy 
looking; - linrt) IC. , to look like etc.; er 
fteljt imtt) einem «vi^fiit'"' '' " * • ''« ''" 
a hang.dog look; - rale IC, 10 look like, to 

makes a sorry appearance. 4. i to look. 
So ftel) t fdjiiinin uni, ii'it il)ii , nui il)in 



II? - me ob 



2luöfcbeti, «• i-f) look. « 

I. 91 Hfl an, »anfelim. 

SJuöfefter, -"■ i-^, vi- -> mar.] 

look-oiil. 

aiusfeicfeen, o i. -jiufh.in.f 
JluSfcigern, " " (OKfmiiuro. 

2lusfci()en, "• ■■. ' "> g«-' ou 

6ttratioii. 'i. to slrain, to hitrale. to 
ter; f. DiirAieiljeii. 

SluSfcimCn, ». ,.. Ben jponia -, 10 



2luSfctn, f. >iiii6fei)M, 
2tuSfcn£>cn, t. «». 



aiu^fcngen, i- ••• i- i» singe oi 

e inside. '2. ± ((S-IIICII) - <l'. £cl^t11^.1)nf: 



2lußCn, "rf"- out. Hill.out, on 1 
itside. abroad, out of doois, 9?(i(t) 



)Dfct)llllO, /■ [«ffllllfllMlQlJf. 



fl)rid)fn UDii ciiiEiu -e, nie ic. , we speak 

sUllBEIlirnDc, .1. eilieiiiily. [jec 

91 II e e 11 c g e II |1 (1 tl , m. external ol 
•äl II e e II n» n U , /; outward form. 
aiugf iiflif.ibcii, in. l-Scfc|lioiiiifli(.) 
avant-fosse. 

»aiieelllKlftn, »1. oulpotl. 

Sliieenlniff 11, f. 91 ii« I niTeii. 

91 11 6 eil II 11 IC./. 1. exterior line, outet 

nients. ludiinejits. 

91 11 6 '■ II '" t iiflt) , "". Ilie outward uian. 
9111 üentiofltii, m. ('Udlii.] ouiposi. 
9liieentl)ffe, /. outer road. 

'Jl r. Ö t' II I'd) e 1 II , m. toutward) apfjcai- 
auce. (dor. 

91 u B e n |"e i 1 1 , /. outside ; exteruals. 
91u6eii(lniiD, .... i f. 9Ui6|7nnD. 
91 II Ben tl)eil , n. the external part. 
91 11 B e II I r f p V r ■ /• s"ps before a house, 
+ perron. 

91 11 M 11 ID n II » . /■ ontwall , outer wall, 

91u6eiin)elt, /. the objects eilerioi 

91 II Bfuu'trf , II l-3eiertiouii()et,J out- 
SlU^fr, prei>- 1, out of etc., with- 
out. - fnii ^iiui'e, out of the house, out 
01 doois, without doors; - C.llltiee, a- 
broadi - Dem '»freielje ber ©ttinme fetii, to 
be out ot hearing; - Delll ®ef|(J)te, out of 
sight. 2. t out of etc. - fid», beside one's 



t'le» vox Slel'e, he is mad «ilU love; - 9li1il 
mften, to disregard, to neglect, to ovei- 
look, to slight, to torget; - DiclUl , out 

son ; - Her flciuöljiilirtieii Sfe^el , out of tiie 
way; - Dem ÖJerc^e ecflüreii , to outlaw; - 
91il)Eiit, out of breath; - ®efnl)r ic. , out 
of danger etc.; - 3niei(el , beyond all 
doubi ; fie ^mn - BtniiCe, ju ic. , they 

SlufeCr , '= •Jluefleuonmieiu, conj. ; 
yi-tij, beside, except, save. — tiefen 5iei 
lunr 9{ieilinnD bn, there was nobody tlie 
hut these two. 91 it gev, - tiflß, co.(>. exct 
unless, without; nil Bet luenn, unless. 

91 U#crnt»tll(l), adj. privaie. 

ainBetCl)rt|lllCt), adj. unchristi 



• ck; illegitimate, natural. 
9lu6ereurppfiifrt), ««. belonging 



outwardly, externally, abroad. — l"'sp 
without, out oil beyond. - Dei Jpnilfee, 

-e 9llli)il(t)l, private devotion, 

nary. 2. extraordinary, extreme. - aUv 

91 II Ber ft It It I t {!) , adj. supersensual 
speculative. - adv. speculatively. 



|iugly. excessively. - f0»ll , uucoiu 

9tU^erftC, Ifev, Me, e.ie.rKO. 

Idle) iioii -t Sßiiliitgfcii , uijti t 
td)ti()feil , of llie highest itnpon 
: - ®t(iD See ®d)nietjene le. , tl 
mity of pain etc. - ii. utiermos 



1 the limits of I 



adi. 



9lllgeriuefeiltltd), adj. not essential 

SitufjlCVC, U'er, Die, tiai> adj. ex 

(el, [matlyi external angles; -t SUinfel 
läJeierilflUllflet. I salient angle; itt - 
0!)feilfa>/ the outward man; -6 9lnfelJEll, 
the outside; tie -11 ®el)rnucl)e Der 9{cIi(jidii 



tnc externals oi religion. - ... texiernai 


•11 11 e ,] e fe ^ t e , allowance ; tut legten 21 


or outward) appearance, outward or ex 


len - (etiDdei, to bequeath; e-tnem e. 






side. Sein -i. his üntside. his person. 


Onl)racljalt -, to settle a pension or 


his eiiernals. 


pose, to set out; (einen l.in Jit ©iraiie 


Siugerlid), "<IJ. exter.or. external. 


to fix. to settle. 4. lli,p.i (J.nen Sj^ae 


outward, -e 91tjeiieinillltl , external re- 


to compose, to finish setting (a sheet et 


medies, local oiedicaments. - arfc. ex- 


10 finish composing. 


ternally, outwardly, -fell,/, externa- 


aiuSfe^en, ». «. - <». ©Umen,. 


lity, external appearance. 


cease gettiag teeth 


2(ugern, ». «. to mannest, to speak. 


2luSfC$eftD#, 1" i-eei tStllarti 


to express, to utter; to declare; to show. 


lead; f. 91 U6 fa 9- [expos 


(Seme eicDanfen» -, to vent; feinen üin = 


iUuöfe^linfl, t«. <-«, w- -e) ci 


jl„e -, to exert one's influence. - v. refl. 


aiusfeuf^cn, " >■• I toccise 


®ld) -, 1. to appear, ©i* - a: «blaltfrin, 


have done> sighing. 2 i to die. - v 



Stufeern, 



most ; fern - 



(]cl?rntt)t, reduced 



Siufeerung, '• '- >D(ie iiiiScrm u 

expression, -eti Dn (yi'llc, kindnesses 

2(iiöfe$en, ■>. «■ i. (e-tmnei - m 

IC. , to line, tace or- set with etc. <)Ji 
SieiiiEit - (einen J>i'f) , to pave. 2. to s 
Ol- put out; to expose, (iriippeili — . 
disembark, to land; CÄluine) -, to trail 
plant; Uli eitiei: untieniolinien Ktiilc () 
Sicilfe) - (iBilUcufeni , to maronn , (6i 
«Dot)-, ITOiir.] to put out; (6te Se.je 

(Der 2ufr tc.J, to expose ; Die ^f Diitlrdiii -. 
expose the host, (2ßiifl)cil, ärt)llOluA(t)ei 
-, to set; jiiiii aScrfoufe -, lo put or s 



it to sale ; Oßnnt 
I take out goods; 



11 rie ill tdiliei 
iiiiieii-, mn 



a) [ibtUtilrtl|p,J to lead, to lake the |, 

b) lönillellfp. :t.| to move lirst. 3. 
(e'nieii) -, lj)ie(t)tefpr.| to dispossess 
eject, hi - {in ®e|nl)i; ic. i, to ex[ 
Sirt) Dec ®efnl)r - , to expose one's 

c) ((S-twai) -, to suspend, to discontil 

Die 3ilhlull() -, lo suspend, to stop 

out intermission; (l li 6 g e f e 9 I e ®d 
deferred debt; - (DOin gieOiti , to i 
mit; -Dee Stellet, an intermitient itev 
Die Si^utifleii - (p. ®erid)teiiöieii ic.i 
intermit; iai - (Dee «pulfee , giePetei 
lermission. d) ftlione nil ic. n 11 e J u fc 
fiiiDen OD. I;nlicii, to find fault with 



•Rid)t 



H"le?e 






2»u6fc^n, 



finished or emptied. 3. to be fin 



Sluö 



121 



to be over, to be expired, (o be at an end, 
to be up. 4. 1 e« ill nil« mit iijiu , it is 
«II oveiorup Willi liim; lie ii undone, be ii 
completely ruined; ej i ft n II 5 mit feinen 
.^ojfnilllflfll , liiere is an end of all bis 
hopes 5. i Slllf etiune -, to be set upon 
elc. 6. - (I'lMll gflicr), io be out; f. ilui- 
aiUSficOt, /• (W-tW I. prospect, 
view, a looli-oiil; [3Ic(t)it-, TOiU.J perspec- 

üeiitr®ni'teiijl)iU Die-nuftc, lool-s to«ards 
etc.; ^^l^«Jflllll^)l)nt bie-nilf fell glue, faces 
tlie river; - iiad) @litien oCer 9?orC>eu , a 
prospect toward« ilie soulli or norlli; luin 
^er Supiiel ihmi ic. I)ai mnii cine prnifttforif 
-, tlicre is a noble prospect from Itie dome 
of etc.; cm ^iiiiiS l)nt Me - und) Slltieii, a 
house has a soutliern aspect. 2. (@C0eni>) 
view, prospect. 3. i prospect. X)IC - 01l( 
:c. . the prospect of etc.; er Ij.it iveiiig - 
(IUI S-rfolfl, he has litlle prospect of suc- 
cess ; ci t)at (Silier bie -, befbrfiert jii lueri 
öcn , a man has a prospect of preferment. 

a(usfitt)t6l)nu«, II. belvedere. 

5liif fidjKninrt) t , /. look-out wnlcli. 

2lu§ft*tCn, •■• "■ •osifi, 10 bolt, 
to garble; f. « u f f i c b e u. - v„. to cease 
sifling elc. 

2lu§ft(fern,/ ■>. >< <"• «. feim - 

2luSftfeCVll,j (nii^K-), 10 i'<M', 

aiuöftcbcn, I' " 10 sift; 10 silt 

«ut, to get out by sifting, Der 3iijrf|liiiil> 
i-Dm nu«,ie|ic()teni?oviie ic. , suiiugs. 

aiuSfie^cn, ■■ " "> "»»= being 

sickly. 

üluöfieörn, ir. ,-. ,.. lo bon, to 



boiling. OtPl)M fflnrn) -, to scour; tail, 
»erfliirfe) -, to blanch. — i\ ii lo boil out; 
lo cease boiling; f. 31 11 « ( i) (1) e IL 

2tuäftegCn , ••• " '» complete li.e 

2(uSfingcii, •-•.".«. i. losing out; 

io sing lo the end. ((Jill Sicii)-, lo finish. 
2. (eine Seirije jc.) -, lo accompany sing- 
ing. 3. (Seine Stimiiie; -, to perfect by 
singing; it. to spoil by singing. — v.ii. 1. 
lo cease singing. 2. [TOnr.) lo pipe a 
call. 

iluSfinnen, ir. ■.. <.. to contrive, 
to tiewse. to imagine, to excogitate. 

2lu§ftntern, f. oiusficferu. 

äJuöti^, '". i-e«, pi- -t) - ((111 eine. 
fuii|d)C !t-), icoacli-) box. 

SlUÖfti^Cn, <r. v.«. 1. lo sit out. 
©eiUf 3i'il -. lo sit out a given lime; to 



a house. - ID. >pb(en), to sit oui witli com 
niodilies, to keep a slall. 2. to cease sil 
ling. 91ii«(jci'effeii hnbeii (ii. sjiiljnerii) 

SlUSfÖljntar, •»IJ >■ reconcllabU 
2. cxpiable. 

2lUÖfÖ|)nCn, -■ « l. <o reconciU 

2. 1 ((Jhieii) - mit :c., to reconcile lo etc 

3. ((itroni;)-, to atone for etc., to expiate 



self to elc 



2luSföljnei-, '«. (-^ 
aiuSföbnung, / i- 
21u«fDmmcvn,j 



-:iteii6iii,ilil-, lo admi, 



P^ -) re 

econciliation,' 3tu6f<)enCung , /■ dispensation, 
reparation. diitribuiion. - ifep CU'ciOiiMliläi, adminiB- 

2lu«fDmmcvn,j 1-. «. lo sun , lojiiatio... 
2lu§fDmmevn,^exposetotbesun's| 2lu§f»en*en, "a. i. tDie scnk'. 

älUÖfOnnCn, ) ray«, to the sun.!-, lo spread, to distend. «JKit ilU«oc^ 
äjuSfOnÖCl'n , •■■ "■ I. I» single, lolipftrleii »cuieu, asiride, astraddle; mil 

single out, to son. i. [5pi)i)fio|.J f. 31 ii «■ 1 n u «fl efpe r r t eu Sbeiiieii (]el)eii , ileljeii, lo 

|d)eitell. 3. to select, to pick, to pick straddle, to stride. 2. lo shut out. lo lock 

out. «UiUfleioiibert, select, picked. 4. Lut. 

0{ed)tefpi-.] ((Jin Ituil)) -, f. äUfiutien. 2|u§f»»idfeH, v. a. I. to lard. 2. J t 
2IU§fOl'en, "■ ". 1" llryi 1° diy U|j.!6iMcni D£ll«nitfl-, 10 line anj ones 
SluSfOrflCn, ". «. l. lo leave oir]p„rse; f. ©picfcii. 

caring. 2. i G-c li.it nun nu<flefordt, hisi JlUSifjjiel, ". (-e«, pi. -ci ralfli-. 

cares are ai an end. are over. j Slugfjjipte,, , „. „. ). to play out, 

SlU^fOVten , t ". «. '<> sort, to ((Jmr finrro-, lo play; (einen itnmpfK.) 
2IUÖfOrtirCn,5 "sson. lo cuU, to -, to lead; ii)eii ajnllj-, tSSiilirp.j lo serve 

31uäft>äben, ". "• tospyout. to|rame. einelllit-, 10 raffle for a walch. 
search out. lo find oul. lo delect. 3. lo play lo the end, lo go through, to 

aiuSfjJflfter, "■■<-*,/''.-.> (/.-inn,! finish. Sie^$ariu--, lo finish the game, 
spy, emissary, -e 1 , /. spying. 

JluSfrnftung, /. spying c 
2lu§f»>oltcn, ' « "> get 

spMling. — I-, ". to have done s] 

2luöfjjann, <"■•/■ (- -e«) 



for 



(ic Ijnt feme 3(i'lle oiieflerpiel 
r viiih him. 5. (S-ine ffieije ic; 



lead; mil - fein , lo 
2. lo cease no have 
rey;. Sid)-, uoltokn 

2(u§ft>icgcn, 



done) playing. 



oises, bailing place. 2. f. älbl.lfler Nr. 3. 

2lu§f»>annen, •'■<'■ i t" "t'n<i. i» 

reich, 10 strain, to spread ; iei)ir.] 10 
istend. (9?e$e) -, to set; Me eeofl -, 101 '2|u6f:t)innCn, ''■•'■■". I. lo gel (orgei 
end sails, toset sail; (illd)) -, 10 teuler. ] oiiti by spinning, 2. i a) ((Jtne Si'eDe, Cit 
, -, Me «pferfe -, to unlearn, lo lake oir|eclien it.) -, lo spin oul. b> (ß-tiu.iä) -, u 

aruess the horses; to bait, to slop. (Dd)= fine-spun, quaint. 3. t töer gdtien feinet 
n tc.) -, lo unyoke; f. iUb fpii 11 n en. 3. Scbenä) i|l n 11 Sflefpon n en , is spun out 
I measure by the span. (knife. — r. >i. to cease spinning. 

»iluifponueifeii, «. currier's head- 2IU§fj>iOnirCn , "■ <•■ to spy out; 

2(U6fr anner, -". (-«.W- -> liedjn.J f. 91 n « f u n ;- f d)>i ft e u, 

2»uSft>i$en, !■. «, i. lo cm to » 

2lU§f»jaVCn, "• «. '• 3» e-tiMS -Ipolm. 2. 1 J g-mc oneoefpUjU Siifle , a 
»Uuffpnveil. 2. l«(nl. Ic.J lo spare. Icunning lie. [quiz 

2lU§fra|CnW "• "• '» '■»>« »" 2luSf*Ötteln, •'■"■ 10 .ally, banter 
2luSf»>aff_Cn, j jesting or joking. 2IUÖl>0tten , ■ . « 10 mock, to de 

aiUÖfVajieren, ■>. « m. ». fein)jride, to ridicule. - .:„. m cease deridmg 

walk. i 2IUSftiVad)C,/. eloeution, delivery, 

SlUSfjJCidKrn, '•• -■ 1° -^l"!- a unerase , pronuncialion ; arliculation ; 



2lu§ft>cicn,i'-.n.«. 1.1 

out) one's lungs; ein ajiilf.in fpeiei 'Jeiicv i flnrt 
nun Sava ttui, a volcano belches flames j fp 
andl:iva; Siiilfnnc f p ei en geiier , 9Ifd)e,iq 
Steine !(. am, volcanoes vomit flames, 
ashes, siones etc.; »et einem -, to spit 
out before one's face, to show the highest 
degree of contempt for etc. 2. i to spit 
oul, to spil forlh, to belch out. (Sifl llllb 
mMc -, to spuller one's gall. 

2luöf»jeilern , ■' « >o skewer. 

2lU§f»Ciffn, ■■■■■ to e.it up; f. 31b. 
|peifen,91iK.effeii. 

SJuifjJfljfn, I'. ■■- (önä (5)eirei6e) 
-, to separale the husks from elc. by 

2(u§fj>en&en, ". «. to dLstribuie 

largely, to dispense, lo besloiv, to deal, to 
deal out. sKlniolen -, to give aim«; tiai 



pii 2Juöf»)rfd)cn, 



fprpd)ii 


luerten (p. SSudjilnbea), lo 


be 


quiescent 


or silent. 2. lo pronounce, lo 


ex. 




speak (out), to utter, ©id) 1 


dit 


- inilc'no, 


nid)tan«jufpred)en, not to 


I.e 


expressed 


, inexpressible, unspeakable. 


un- 


ullerable 


5.T (Scrid)t«l)Pt fprnrt) fai 


iiv 


beiiirtljeil 


über ben SBftbi-cdjcr <i n 6, llie co 


url 


passed se 


ntence of death upon the 


cri- 


minal. — 


.■. reß. ©id) -, 1. a) fid) -, 


fid) 


Metnnae 


-, lo fatigue one's self by spe 


ak 


ing.ioe 


ihaust one's self by speaking 


b) 


©Id) (tub 


oefpri-d)t 11 Ij.iben , lo have 


10- 


ihing mo 


re to say. 2. i ai lo speak oi 


e'l 


mind, lo 


express one's sentiments, to 


er 


plain on 


's self, b) (P. ®nd)eii) lo be 


ex 


pressed. 


(Sie eieraeinlieit) fprid)t fid) 


in 


feinem ©eRdjfe ,hU, is stamped upon 


his 



11). i'tnunen u. ©ndjeii), to be explicit. — 
V. It. to Bpeak to tlie end, to speak out. to 
liave done speaking; i. 'Ullfriüeu. 

5MuSf»?VCcbCn , >'•<-« I. pioimi.- 

OlUÖfjjrCcbltC^ , "*•• expressible. 
uiterable. 

21ugf»)rcitf n , - <•■ '• ■» "t^-"'' 

to spread, l. f. ^Jl U « IP t e i J C "• 

2lugf*>reiscn , ". "• S'f »f^»« -. 

f. auffperren; beim ®el)en l•^l■c «srtljcn 
Me »eiMc -, lo straddle ; mil n u 4 ö e fpc c i j. 
KM giieell gcljcil , to go straddiiiTg. 

üluSfjjrcngen, ■■ " i- "> '-i-»" 

out (With giin-poi-derl. (g-lll ®IÜ(f) -«111« 

out (of etc.). to'cause to lly oil', i. C^a\- 
\n ic.) -, to sprinkle. 3. i to spread, ic 
circulate; lo report, to give out. 1. [3feirf.) 
iSm »:ijffr6) -, to put iulo a <.or to the) gallop 
2lUÖfVrCUen, "• «• to scatter Ilke 

atuSfvrie^cn, r- äiufiDrüiien, 
3tuSfJ>ringcn, 



lly oir, to 
to snap out. (Jin - Sir 2J5iiitel 
angle; - a'l-m •Jlnfcv), to start. ^ 

l),1l)eil) to cease springing. - v. 
- iSllunf), to put out ot joint 
cate or sprain by springing. 
aid)-, 1. to spring one's KM. i 
oue's self by springing, jumpii! 

2luöf»>rtl5c(n , »■ « '<■ 

spun out. 

2Juäf*rieen, « "■ '■ 

spirt, to squirt out, lo spout, 
iprieeii. 3. (Dd6 Seller) -, 



3luöf»>roffcn, ••■ "■ '■ ^"- "• i"" 

[35i)t., 2nii0ii)trIh|d).K.J to sprout, to shoo 
(crtli; [-»ictnlliirfl.J to sprout. 2. lu. v% 

2luöf»rößling , "■ *-«. v. -' 

StUÖfjjrua», '"■ >-". P(. -ii*e 
judgment, final judgment, decision, sen 
lence , decree. (Sin |'d)ieD6i:id)tetud)et - 
aw,ird, fid) ten - tea ©d)iet'6tu1)ict« iji 
fnllcii infjeii, to stand to the award; eiuc 
ifd»ieti«rii1)tei:lid)eii) - tl)iiii, to make a 
award, lo award; CUtd) |'d)iei)eriit)terlii1)C 
- juei-teiuieu, to a-vard; - tet 6>efct)U)i)i:iici 
«erdict; Bee rid)tetlld)e -, sentence; Cec 
(tiiiee Orutel«), answer; Dec - (eiuefi aSe 
fell) r apoplitliegm, apotlieiu, seiileoce. 

^luSfitTubeln, ". "• I. to sputtc 

fortli. out. 2. 1 (iad)el(iuotie, »eirtiiildfliii 



come foilh Ol' out in bubbles. 2. (n. w 
btll) 10 cease bubbling or sputtering. 

aiU6fVrÜ(jen, "■ ■■■ (»mmmeu) - 

belch, to vomit. - r.. „. (S-6 f p r li 1, e 
111 Suntell nil«, »parks of li.e darted o 



Mi 
2lu6i>ucten, ••. 



iiiiie l,,u e» a 11 fa HP 11 ft 



2lu6f>julen, ■."■ 

leaiise iby washing), 1 
inse. 2. - (inMii iaänffec), 



3tuS1>ÜÜCÖt, Löpuiid; 
j.irds. 

iUuSf»)ürcn, " "■ 1- m 

2luSftiüvci-, "■■ (-«. K 
JUuöftnffivcn, ». "■ to t. 

2Juöftaffiver, ">■ >-», 

älusftoffirunti,./- "'■"■ 
älusftaUfu, '•• " ■" "• 



sUuöftammcn, i 
!UuSftammetn , 



2tu6ftamvfcn, 



debt. illUlliluee, uutstand.ng debts, 

iMusftanöig, «'O- ouut-nding. 
2luSftantcrn, "■ -■ '• "> in »*"' 

|U>reil. 3. to smell out, f. ilUDlUltlctU 

21uöfta»)eln, - « >u '""<"' '""" 
sUuöftavren, "• "• '» »'■"« ""'; ü 
JUuSftatten , -■ ••• '• '° ■^■»i''" 

'älllöftattUng, /■ '• eudowmem 
establislinieni . poilioning. 2. portioa 

aiuöftaubcn, "• »■ i« i-"' «"' "" 

2tuöftaubern, f- -iiueiiöbec». 
iUusftnu^pen, -• «. i- iS"'«" »i«! 

It.)-, 10 whip or scouige publicly, to expe 
by a public whipping, lo Hog out. 2. to Hog 



2lu§ftctöcr , "■■ <-f. pt. -) i-K>>c.) 

2lUSfterfen, ■"■. I- to put or hang 
It. to set up ((S-liic J.lljlie) -, to hoist. 
2. ((ä-iiieii (sjnrieii ic.) -, to set out. 3 to 
plant. 4. ((jilt i.lii) -, to veer out. 

2tuöfteften, .v. v. a. i. ; a., w 

line Oiljte, Stl)rjcit - , to serve (out) 
e's lime, to serve one's apprenticeship. 

undergo , to go through (with). Bo sus- 

tlirougii; - (3em,ilie), to bear, o to abide. 
'2JuäftCften, »■ ". (u. w. 1,.i1)e.1 and 

■p a stall, to keep a shop. 2. to stand 
. to be owing. 3d) l)iibe (Sell) -, 1 have 



älUÖftCftlen, «■• f.«. I to pUuder, 
clear by stealing. (3(1« ®el£l) - , to 
:al; (cill S?aui> ~, to rob. 2. t f- älu«> 



2luSfteJllicb, <"'/ supportable, bear- 

äuäfteifen, «u. i. to smien iw.th 

aiuSftCigCn , <r. ■>. «. (u. w. lem) 
(•JIU6 Einem aBnoeii) -, to siep out. to get 
out, to alight; ({111Ö eiiieiii »Sdiiffei -, to 
laud, to disembark. 

alU^ftCtnCn, o.a. 1. lo take out 
the stones. (<4>fl,UIUleil ic.) -, to stone. 2. 
10 line, face or fortify with stones, -f to 
stone. 3. to mark by or with stones. 

aiuSftellC,/- »bow ,ol a shop). 

JlUOftcOCn , V. a. L to put out; to 
post; to expose. -, Ji;t l£sd),UI -, to lay 

to expose (goods) for sale ; .5Dlld)eil, ®d)ll£i< 
U).ld)ell) -, to set, plant or post. 2 t a) 
(Sine 01)ll|)iUlBll - , to enler into bond; 
lillieil SUedjfel) -, to draw, to give, b) to 

compromise; j. 91 lU |'e IJ en Nr. 3. b). C) 
3Juf eilte iiiiDfre 3eii -, n it öjeile I It feili 
liiiieii, to deter, lo put olf; |. 'Jl 11 6 |"e 5 e 11 
Nr. 3. c). d) 6tiun« an einer Snd)e awit 
jtiilelieii t)nben, to lind fault with etc.; 
f. suuifceeii Nr. 3. d). 

2luÖficaer, >•>■ t-», p'. -> i- ex. 

poser. 2. 1 - (eine« !H5td)fel«) , drawer, 
giver. 

aiuöfteUung, /• '• pumus om, ex- 

of works of art , ö||ciiilid)e - diiif t>eiu 



ütuöftccfecn, "• " «■ ' -op 

dig or cut out. ilorf, 3in|'cn)-, to cut. Die 2. i a) - (eine« 2Bert)ii 

•llufleii -, to pui out tlie eyes, to gouge; _e„ iiiad)eii , 

leme JKifdje ffieiiu-, to crack; Dem lUnfet -, [ipaiiCel] 

melJC i(IU -, l-BMr 1 to pay away more -Jl n« (1 C 1 1 u M Q« fu 

cable; leiu -..111) -, l')».«.] to veer 

2. ± a) (jlllill -, to cut any one out, lo a u « il el I il ll fl« I d o , 

get or gain the belter of etc.; (-JHltleiuec. JlugftCJlimen, "■"■ 

Äupfecu, -, 10 engrave; ill JJOIj-, lo JlUOftCinDCltl, "• "• 

carve; leilicll (J)r,H>,ll) -, to dig. 4. ((fill pioperly. 



21uSftev»fn, "■ »■ 1" quill 
2lu«fterben, •--. ". »• c. «. 

nciioiii (üiEfe fflcoeiiD ICO ill nil «a« 

e ©ti-.Dt i(l roie iiiUfledcrl! cii, ilie 
as quiet (silent) as tlie grave 

2lu§fteufr,/- <pi- ~"> i<>^^n 

0.1. dotal g.rt. 

2luöfieuern, " <■■ i- to portit 



aiuSfteucrn, « 

a K.. to sleer out of 

2lu§ftict), "'• (- 
2Iuöf«icbcin, " 

^ugftirffn""- 
21u6fttebcn, ■■ 

,■ out. Uli like dust. 

2luöfticrcn, . 
3lu§fttQcn, r s 



äJuäftöbcrn, -• «• i. (Dns oiüiiP) 



2luäftocbfrn, ■>■ '■■ <i>ie 3iHi)iu')- 
Sluöftorfen, " ■■ to cut „p. 1. 

stubs 01- stumps. i-Bäiime) -, to stuij. 

ilUÖftÖftnen, « <• '» cease groau 
ing. - .'. u. lo utter «ith a low or deep 
Sroau. 

21U'S<itO»>fCn, »• <>. tos.ulf; ic 
to cram. (S-lMtll SSPoel !C. -, lo slulf a 

2lu§fiot)»»eln , i-. " '• >o re, 



SauSftörcn, 



2lH§ftOg, "■■ t-E 

(ffi-tftif 1 pass. 

aiUSiftOgfn, ir.-:-' 
I5f(f)if.l -Jlnf (Jiiieii -, 
at etc. i. [2oiiCmrtl)|-d).l 
cl.urn (butler), f. <!luö 



aock ( 



; to expel, to throw or cas 
ltd) ^le älliafll -, to knoci 
I's eyes; Cllli'lll SflfTt' fen St' 



bj t to spoil a tiling all 
-, a) to turn «uy one i 
to exclude (from a so 
«((iteieoel) - , HJt.ii-.J 



lid. i&ii 



belch out, to sputter 
5lu<t)) -, to rap out (an oath); emeu eiii! 
fetllllt)en gllld) -, lo diicliarge .t horrible 
•aih; e(t)lml;frc^en flCijeii ©men -, to abuse 
any sue; iBeriDiiiif(l)iinoeii -, to use impre 

3. licdjii.J (Dnö f'e^ft) -, lo clean; (Pen 



?lU6 

tJcilMlftei' .^llt) -, to give (a fulled hat) 
its form. 

JlUÖfitOßUnfl , /■ 1- thrushiug or 
pushing out; eipuisiou. i. 1 uttering etc.. 



123 



2luöftottcrn , 



2iu5ftraftlCn, -. «■ to bean, o,- 

jjlusftrcrfen, "■.<■■ to si,eid,. t» 

1|-C11) -, to draw out; (tiie :^m<> -, ISpnu 
act).] to stretch; -Cct -Blllötel , l-Jllint.] 
tensor. — c. refl. Slid) -, I. lo extend. 
stretch, ©trt) (,iii| Ceiii ajeiie !c.) -, to 



■11 ll6|lcccf, 11 liefet, m.[-Jlll,l[.] 

2lnSftreduiig,/exiensio 



2luöftreicl)fln, 



■ scoutge out. ((*men öiet, 
.iitpcii; tftiiÄmCtc.)-, to , 



2luöftrömen, 

stream forth. >. t to , 



efface, to score out 




(gin Simmer :i-..- 


to paiut (the lUside 


e.c. 5. t .&t«„6, 




, to putf. 6. (3i,|7e 


c. tnii-OKÖrtclK. -, 


till up with morta 


etc. — 0. n. 1. (u 


I'eilll to stroll (out) 


to ramble, to roan 




w. hfiBeil) SBof (5-1 = 


m-, mit fern SiiSe 


-, 10 scri.pe. 


51iU|lccitt)eifeii, 


,>. liua)|ft).J .olie... 



4lu«|lr ei (Ofeile, /■ equaling-Hle. 

2(uöftreifcln, ■•■ "• r. -unojU-et. 
äluöftvcifen , ". "• to get «u. by 

ripping, lo s,rip. CBolJIieil) -, T. -Jl it p : 

2luöftrcifcn, v. „. (u. w. fe.iu .o 

Toggle, to prowl. 

2luöftrcitcn , •-■• ». "• i- (enun 

finmviic.i -, to light out. 2 ©iiieiii (St 

to cease coutendiug. d,spi,ting. wrang- 

alUSftrCUCn, "• ■■ l. to scatter. ^ 
to diiseminate. Sen ä,iiiieii 6cc Smic^ 

(f,lird)e ffleniUle)-, lo spread, to circulate. 

2luSftrtd), ".. (-6) l-M,'Ml.] stream 
111, . grauular ti,,. 

2luSftricfCn, »■ "■ and -,. to liuisl. 



2iu§ftüdEetn, " .■■ ■» cm out ,n 
2lu§ftu&ircn, ». - i. t(5-tiu,i«) -, 

siudy thoroughly; ((Jineii) -, to study, ii> 

2IUÖftufCn, "■ ... to cut into steps, 
(o hew out in step.s. 

2lUÖftÜrmCn, » n. l- lo tage on; 

l,,it ,iii«fleinirmt,°tl,e storm is o v°er. 3. 
(u. w. fenu toslorm out. 

2lUÖfntri(, '". i-rS) rnshing out 

2Iugftürjen, .• «. i. i» throw o,- 

pour out. lo entpt.y. 2. ± (^lll ®1,15 -ICeill 
fid) - <(eii 'JJrm K.), to dislocate by falling. 

■iluöftui^en, f "• t" d,ess „p. ,» 

duÖftÜ^Cn, "• u. to rrop lli.e in- 
s,de of etc.), to support will. |.r,.ps. 

'2lH§ftÜl^linfl,.'- llie ail of F'opping 

^JluSfUtfteil, "• ". I- to cull, to se- 
lect, to pick out. to single (ouH. to sort, 
10 choose (out). Sid) Qlmai -, 'to ,nake 
choice of etc. 2. i »21 u «o e | u d) r , choice; 
wellclioseu; of prime quality ; exquisite. 
')lu«geriid) t (U. 31ii6Drii(feii :c.) , choice; 

to search lha,ougl,ly. — v. n. to cease to 

2luöfurfcln, o r. «usiniigeit. 
2lUÖfÜftncn, r älu6|i,lnien. 

JJuöfummen , " "• '■ to «ease 



2luöfüßen, 



atuötafetn, >■■■"■ 'o nse i,o„ 
2luötdfelii , "■ " ((.Jill ,3tiiti 

2lu§täfclun(?, J ;• wa.ns 

aiiiötagcn, - "■ e» ijm m 

Iflt, ihe sun is ur has set. 

2luStdn5cln, ,• ". to lea 

trilling, loyiug. 

21U§tan^Cn, »■ ••■ lo dance < 

2luöta:t)ej«ci'en , »■ <• to 

I, tapestry tSimilirC IC.) Illlt $a 



2(uSta»Kn, " 
aiuStaftcn, ». 



'2IUÖftriegc(n, "■.<• l. 'Sni ät.ml' a, lo come up alter diving, b) -, HillDf.] 
lake 01,1 will, a horseco,ub, tu lo emerge; -D, emergent, en.ergiug. 2. lu, 
currying. 2. (g-lll '^ierD) -, lo|w. Ij.ll'Hl) lo hnisli diving. 



24 3lu6 

2lu§touuicln, " 

.. KIM) to Magger out. 



excliaiiBe. to truck. - fl"l 



-1 11 10 b.irleriT , t trucker. 

MaStc»pi(ben , •>■ «• "- '^«fp^'- 
aiuftcr, /■ '?'-"' "J"'"- -" fi 

i]Cll, 10 dredge or eiilcli oysters. 

91u,-iersnut,/. ) „y„„„,,j, ,,d , 
aiuileraruiib, »i.> „ ,^,,, 

«iiilerUDfli^l, ( »1. IDciiiil).] 
>2lll|lEnunUU, / oy,tcr-calclier. 

ai Uli et- CID filler,) 
SllKlcrfniiO. '". ( •• dredging, ; 
9lii(lec(iOfif(l)f>-ct,j li.e |.lace wl.e 

QUlllErfotlocr,^ m 1. dredger. '2. 
2lu(lcvfi|rt)Er,5 aiuilevM.'l- 
Üllinetfldlicl,/. oysler-fork. 
9luaEtl)n»='f'' '"■ oyster trade. 
31,l(lerhnuMer,^ 
51uncim,lMtt, \m. oyster-M.an. 
91u|lertiFrnMicr,> 
•äl 11 (1 e 1 1) n II M e r 1 It ii. /./oysier-woiua 
91ii(lctiueib, n. ) • oysler-wit 



ältifltfflieüer, m. 



, J. oy 



dredge 



21 line 

ih\ili 

2111 lie 

2lu(lEt(ll)lcl)>ile,/; oyster-shell. 

■i| 11 n ent |"(1) li ffe 1 . /■ oyster-disli. 

21 tiller ft eilt, in. l9Hiitirfl.J oslracile. 

o cense lliawing. 

i pitch or ti 



atuötbeercu, 
2lu6tl)eilen, - 



etc. (SBefcljle) -, to issue, to give 
i2lhin>feii)-, |. 5(tUfpenDeu; (mitcv jiuci 
06. iiitl)irere) -, to share, to part, lo divide ; 
(©djlnge) -, lo deal out; tai 2U'ctiMii,il)l -, 
10 administer tlie sacrament. 

3»u§tftetler, >«•(-«,?'• -)</--'"it) 



2lU§tfteilUng, /. distriUutiou; dis- 
pensation ; dividing etc. - (bei 21tlctlSi 
lll(ll)lii), administratiou. 

^üSthün, ■'•■ "■ "■ 1- (StlciDcr) -, 
lo init 0(1'. 2. (tin« S!i(l)t) - , to put out; 
(tinö geiicrj - , to extinguish, (ciiic Sicri) 
nutil], etilen ®ri)lll^P^>(lcll) -, to cross, tu 
strike Out; (ein aBl'rt) -, to erase, to hloi 
out. 3. (eiliell21(ferj-, lo I'arni, to let, to let 
to farm, to farm out; (SelS) nnf Sinfcii -• 



2»uötilgen, 

lerate. 'i. t aj ic 



2lU§tiIgUng,/. extermination, ex- 

)n. lining. 

2lUÖtij>*lCn , t- a. lo get out by tip 

2luStOt)eU, f "• 1. to leave off or to 

ase raging,to spend one's rage. Der ©Ittvtll 

It nuSfletPbl, the storm has subsided. 

over; cr l)nt n ti «(J e 1 l> t, liis passion 

is over, his rage is spent, i. ± - (UDin 

®d)llietje IE.), to abate. — n n. to vent in 

a rage, to give vent to etc. (Semen ®rDn 

nil (S-iiietll - , to wreak one's anger upon 

any one. [vvfld, riotous. 

2luSt0Ufn, ". "■ '0 cease being 

2IU§tÖnen, •>■'•■ lo cease to sound 

Jluötonncn, - "• m<«-] '" '"" 

Willi boards [blustering. 

2lUÖtOfCtl, "■ » 'o cease roaring, 

2luStrat>cn, "• "• >■ '<• 'fo' »"' - 

mncii («in spferD;, to (let a hoise) trot out 
2. to cease trolling. 

aiuStvag, •«• (-'«. p' -"fl" I- ""i 

issue. S8t« jntu - tiEtlS(id)e, till the mallei 
is decided; tior - bcr (S.lClje. whilst thi 
cause is pending. 2. accoininodalion . ad 



aiuötrnflalacvicbt - 
21uätrdgahnftanj, J 
aiuötragegericftt, «• 

le sovereigns of the German 

aiuStvagcn 



.._ ajtlEle -, 10 deliver 
post. 2. i a) ((S-mm») -, 
I report, b) (ijiiien) -, to 



re (any < 
11(1)1 nil'. 



; to wear the proper ti 
«jctriifleiic« fiiiib, a c 
Its time. 4. f. (Jltt|"ll)«if 
— I. D.imj). (SBiel, u'Eiiißte.)-, lo amo 
to etc.. to yield; id» matter. '2 v- n 
cease bearing, to be past beariug. 

aiuStvager, -«•(-«, W- -)(/■-' 



.■<^(. (it, 



ndres« one's sell. 

SluSttcfcn, 



«ttEfe), let 
t blabber, 



stributor. -(tier 
r, postman. 2. i blab, 
-ti,/. 1. blabbing, 2, 



fen. 
2tU§trnumen, ""■■ (gincn-Jranm) 

Slueitrctljen , *-•. o. a. to drive cm, 

exorcise , to cast out ; tieit (Scliiüeiß -, 
cause sivealiug; He 2lufl|l treibt 11)111 
ell ®d)iueig n II Ö, he sweats for fear; -&, 
i'Stet,.] expulsive; ®(i)iueig -b , ['TOeC.l 
sudorific; ciu Srfjiucie -Be« 'üKittel, a su- 
dorific. — i).)i. leilllBluinljl'tf). IC,] to cease 
germinating, [expulsion. 

SHuätrcibung, /• driving out etc., 
2lu§trenncn, '■. ... <o ,ip up. to 

uusew, to lake out 

atuStrCtCJl , if -. ". 1 to tread 
out. (Xrniibeti to -, to tread. 2. (iäclnilje 
ic.)~, a) to widen by treading or walking; 
b) to »ear out (by treading). 3. i einem 
Die Ä(l)Ul)C-, to cut any one out; Me fiill. 
Dcrfi1)iil)e (iiiScjctceleii Ijnlicii, to be past 
the spoon. 4, to dislocate or sprain by 
treading. 5, to put out by treading. 

Sluötrcten, "• ". (". »■■ fein> 1. 1» 

abscond, to ehcape, to drop out, to make 
away; to quit, lo leave, to resign, to re- 
tire ; [Wilit.] to desert. 2illiS it. - , to 
withdraw from etc.; to secede from etc.; 

51Ü(yeil IC), to bieak out, lo overflow. 
21ti(laeiverciieä ».lit, ('ffief.) exliava. 
sated blood; tM -, ('Me!).] extravasal ion 
(Of blood). 4. (qjl)i)f.] f. 2lii6tnu(*en. 

atuStretcr, .«. c-t, pi. -, f. 21 b. 

iriiiiuioe, 2Ut«tEieet. 

2lu§tricb, f. irtEb. 
2luStricfen, f- 2iu«tt(iufEiii. 

aiuStVillern, v. a. and ». m leave 
off trilling, to cease quavering. 

2IU§tnnfetl, tr- v. a. 1. to drink 
out, up or off, 2. 1 Ben field) über 35ect)et 
6e« CetCen« - , to swallow the cup of 
affliction. — ii. n to leave off drinking. 

aiuStritt, ».. (-«) 1. stepping out; 
leaving, quitting etc.; absconding ; deser- 
tion; secession; [2lflriill.J egress, emersion, 
^ec — nil« Dicictn Stben, depniture, death. 
2. - (einer JtepiiE), step, stepping-place; 
- (uot eiitetn Siininet), vestibule, anie- 



iUuStrrtgU* , f- emitÄuiid). 

JluftrallCn, »• (-«) ISeroc.J Au 
laliasiia. 21 u |lr ill I fd) , adj. Australian 

2iuiitralf*etn , "• (-e*» aumr 
aiustrallern, "•" i» «"isi- "I'i" 

ng or humming a tune. 

aiuStvnnfcn, <'■ "■ i" -^"'p'y ^ 

ateriiig. 
JlUOtvauern, » »■ lo cease wea. 

"•iUuetraufelu, "• >■• '• c- w. fftn 



c, 10 trickle out. 2. (u. 
;ase distilling jr dropping. 

2luöh'aufen, •>■» '• 

I cease dropping. 2. (u. w. 



w. Ijnben) 
2lii6tri': 



2tugtro(fncn -. «• i- 'o dry, to 

dry up, to desiccate, to exsiccate. ((Sümpfe 
IC.) , to drain; (^01^) — , to season; — ^e 
5Kit(.l, {«(et.J desiccanls, desiccatives. 2. 



JIuStrodfnung, / d.ying. ex.ic- 

3luStl-ÖbcIn "■ n. to sell as frip- 
pery, lo sell second hand, 

3luStromineln/ " « '• to drum 

about; to piiblish by beat of drum. 2. i 
lo divulge, gr l)Ot e« in fct oii"itn ®fn1>^ 
1 u«oe t tout 111 el t, he has cried it about 
Ihe whole lown. 3. to drum out, from. 
leineil) -, to expel with or by beat of 
Irnm , to druiii out; lo explode, — c. n. 



2hi6 



-Jluß 



125 



finish drumming. 

2luStrom»ctcn, ". « i. "> trum. 

:l. i. 1 to irumpel (about); 10 itivulge. 
ÜlüätVÖpfeln, »■ ". •• (>>• 'V. fein) 



3lU§trO;^fen, r .,. |.>Un«tr,int.n. 

älustrottcn, •■ «• r- «««.r.ibeu. 
>^lustro§cn, -• "■ "> "»si; bidding 



tfugtrumjifcn. 



l-acrtiii 



2lUStÜncl&Cn, l- ^luS.i.eigcn. 

äluötunfcn, '•■ "■ to dip out, lo 

soak up by dipping bread etc. i<i etc., tu 
empty by Boaliing sippets etc. in eic. , by 

JUugtufAeii, ' ■' ><- "«I' »''I' 

'2lu§Üben, -. -• l- <» «ercse; to 
eiecüie; Hf 3{e(l)tciv.if|iiiftt)afr t>l). ¥"i'f"i'l1 

-ilrjt ic. , practitioner; -Be OieiUiilt, execu 



>2lUÖÜber, "■. (-0, pl.~) pracUcer, 
^UäÜbltC^, "''a I. practicable. 2. 



2iu§übung , 



Sinill :c.) -, practice, ex 



ou^ 



a sliop , to sell off. 

2lu§»»a*fen, '■•■ "■ " ^"- »■ k"" 

I. to shoot or grow out. to sptont; [eijeiu.] 
[0 sprout. 2. to come to full grovitli. 
illlfOClU'l'tirfl'- full-grown, i. älil^of' 
ronrfjfen (u- ^Hcnirtjeii) , hump, backed, 
crook-backed. 4. (u »•. IJilbfU) to cease 
to iiave donei growing, to grow no 
longer. 

2ltt6ttJO*fCn, " sprouting etc. - 

2lu§J»fl<fcln, "■ " CI. ». Kill) 10 

»addle out. 

weigh out; to retail, to sell by weight; 
i'cniiii(hti(je X)u(iitcii) - , to pick out or to 
select by means of scales. 

ütükwatfh /• <p'- -"" '■ "> '•"■'"■ 

out; ol)ne -, indiscriminately, b) - tjliui 
fintjiiiiciilJe) -, conscription. 2. - (u. 
SufbUl), choice, selection. 3. - (U. sptrft'.- 
:ifn II. Sndien, tM «erti') , choice. Bower. 

2luöM)o6Ien, "• «• to choose, to 

cull, to select, to pick out; to make choice 

2lu§Jt)alfeit, 'a- 1. tet.ua« ,ui* 

bEul lurt)«-, to take or get out by fulling. 
> to lull sufficiently, i. i ((fincn) -, to 
dinb. - V. n. to cease fulling. 

alUSnjalten, ■•■ n. lo ce.-.so mling 

2lu§n)0l5cn, »• »• i« "" <»■'• - 



ihiswaljen, "■ ". to roii om. 
2luöi»anBcIn, ". »■ oi. ». laiu lo 

5MuöJ»anöcrer, m. (-« , fi. -> i/. 

ill in emigrant. 

äluöJtJanöevn, «■>•■ i- <<•■ ». kmo 



2lu§HJanScrung, /■ emigration , 

expatriaiion. lemigratiou. 

illiiÄiunii Cieniiiaäaf il^. '"■ spirit of 
>Jlii«H)iiiiEicr II ii(j6rc(i)t, ii. riglit of 

sJtuäwantcn, .. '>■ <u. w. fem) to 
atusioanncn, ■■• "• '" «innow. 

^USlVarinCn, f. «• '« «arm tho- 
roughly; [-Wil.illilrfl.i to anneal. 

JUuSWnvmer, >"■ (-f, pi- -) HKt= 

tttllurfl.] he that anneals. 

2luöi»ovmofen, m. t.-i, fi. -am 

['TOct.idiir.J.J nealing furnace. 

2lU§tt»arten , "• <■• l" »lay or «ait 

2lUÖ>»ärtii?, "'0- foreign, external, 
outward. Dil« SBiu'iiiii Ccr -eii OliifieUfleii. 
IJEiieil, foreign office; >)Jillll|lft btt -til 
'31ll(jelcgcill)cirfll , Älinister for foreign Af- 
fair». 

2lUÖ»»ärt§, '"to- 1- outward, out- 
wards- L abroad. 

jl u s 11) .1 r 1 g E 1) e II , adj. -r aäEiuroiiiifl 
(Cet «iii^telii), l-21u,i(.J abduction. 

■31ii*ranrrf jiel)ec, m. - (Dc6 aiige«, 
[Slnai.j ab.lnctor. 

ätuöiwafcöen, tr. f. a. I. (SnrUcn 
•c.) -, to w.ish out. 2. to wash, to wash 
out. to rinse. leniE Oümit'e) -, to batlie. 
3. - (1)0111 SBnfTer), to wear out, to wear 

SlUÖWttft^en, ". l-6)wa°shingetc.; 
[glicui. , \Oieii. , SjSljnuni.j lotion, ablution. 
JiUÖWaffCVn, f- «■ to water. 

3lug»ünffevuu9öUnic, /• i-n) 



3Xu§Jtieben, 



2IUÖi»ecfefel, •"■ >-f) exchange. 
OluSWCcftfeln , -■ ". l» change, 

Donnrö Qegtii 9lölEr -, to change doll 
for or into eagles. 

2lU§»f CdjfelUng, / exchange. 

•Jlii«roe(f)felunflöiiErtcno,m. car 

2lu§itje*§ler, m. ,-«. pi. 

changer, exchanger. 

2lUÖtt)CÖCtn, c. a. to fan. puto 

aiugJOCfl, m. i-f, pi. -e. I. V 

SluSiDCftcn,.'-« I. - (I'tMiiaBiui 

to get out by blowing, to carry ar n 
away. 2. <(S-ln £i(f)t IC.) -, to blow out. 
r. n. to cease blowing. 

2lu§wcic^cn, D. "■ letro.ij) -, 



äluSJoeicften, ". 



gi»e way lo. to make way for; (EilKllI 
®(ieii1)f, etftldijE) -, to evade, to shun, to 
elude; jSlipptn ic. -, , to shun rocks etc. 
2. i.a) (Uiiier grnge ic.) -, to evade, to 
elude ; -B (u. eiiift Miitmoft), ev.isiie; Ceiu 
llnOlllcfE-, to shun niisfortiine. b) [-Kllf.l 

Sluäweifftuitg, /. I giving w.iy, 

yielding; [äliiriMl.] elongation ;- (fee «t.lij^ 
liellKlCel , eillCÖ (•..Scftinif f) , declination. 2 
t a) avoidance, eluding, shunnin-. b; 
(':»tlif.] transition from one key to another. 

2tu§ivet&en, ■■. «. to gut. to evii- 



. tili. 



cattle 



2)(U§»UCife:i, .-. «. to cease reelmg. 

äluSiVCinen, f. a. to weep out. to 
utter in weeping, (•äeine ifjriiiiiii r -, to 
shed; (fcittell äcftltlitp -, to alleviate with 
weeping ; (id) Mt >!ln(jeii -, to cry one's eyes 

weeping. 

3luSWetS, '"■ C-f«, pt. -it) state- 
tenor of the' laws, i„°conform.iy 10 the 

alUÖWCifen, •••. r. a. I. m ,tS-nieil) 

to exile, to expel. 2. igtiunf) -, to prove. 
to show, to teach, to speak. — v. refl. 
Sid) -, 1. T>ai KirD lid) -, the end will 



2lu§tt)etfung,/. 

irt; r. "Uiiäiveiä. 

2liiä»t)etffagcn, 

Sluöwctten, ■-• n. 
2lu§n)enöig, «<(;. 



. — (erncii , to get or learn by hcait 
— QElEriir Ijabrii, lo know thorouglil 

5lu§»t)cv»en, ->. ... „. oj t» 



2lu§werfcn, iv. v. „. i. to throw 

out. to Hing out. to knock on. by throw- 
to .omit; -, [-mo.] to eject, lo'evac.ue; 
(Suit) -, to »pit; Sd)IEilll -, 10 expecio- 
raie phlegm; Ben 91nfer -, lu castanclior; 
(cm Soon -, to hoist out; Cof I'rrii -, 
UKar.] to heave the lead; - (liluv 'Bi-rB 
ivfvicil), to ihrow over board. 3. ± a) (•!lu«= 
l'd)i(ßiii) to cast out. b) ((S-ineii) -, to ex- 
clude (front a socieiy), c) -, ill 3{c-ri)miii!l 
— , to bring or put to account, t^iiic 



12() 



aiuö 



i- (0 iiitu $nt"c" ic.) -, 10 liiilk. to gut. b. 

üluewerfen, ir. r. „ i - (d. «isfer. 

ttn) , lo step outi -, lllhtllind).) to os- 
cillale. 2. [>£pirlj to lino« first, i.-iillt: 

2lU6M?CttCrn, " " •» "»>.-. leave 

üluöwe$en , "■ «■ i "> "i"' »'f- 

to lake or get out by »lieliiiig or sharpen- 

GineSrtXIttE-, <" oUiilerate a fault; tinell 
Schimpf-. "> revenge an allioin. 3. tc 

elra»;,te by grii.ding. wlielliug. 

21u6TOtd»fcn, - » I- "o »"^ 01 

lire illMde. 2. i (©lllell) -, to tli.a:.l 

2lu§*»i<*Cln, -■ « to unwrap, t. 

urrtangle, lo drsentaugle. (Ipnvifr !i.) - 
to unroll, (ClU Bln^) -, to uiLswatlre. - 

2luö>»tnimcrn , "• « "> «a.. 

»liiir.pering. ~ v ... to giveup whimpering 

2(u6Wtnöcln, "• <■ <ein fi'»") - 



e-mciu <eaiin«i -, to wring or nrest tn 
one, lo wrench or wrest from aiiothe 
hanrls. 1. to wring out. (aiCäfcOe) -, 
wring. 3. t ®i* -. '» "liicate one's s 

2luswinfetn, i -jiuMutinmct 
2lu§wintern, ■■• « "> »imer. 

r. «. 1. - (nil fiiieili Crto, to winter, 
over. 3. :u w. lein) to perish in vvint 

2lu§wi*;fcln , 



»riU 



2tu6»vit>»en, («üiijw.) r. ai 
31u^tt)irfen, » " i- '» «»''' 

(IlCIl il-Hj) -. 10 "■'"'' ag»i": 'O 111! 

well, I'. 9lM*fiieten; -, ISBmeiiilVc. 
emlrowel, to (lay and cut up; ttn <f)il 
to pare a horse's fool. i. to finish worl 
or weaving. 3. i l(l(a-n«) -, lo obiair 
get. i£id) aSerjciljuii« -, to p.ocure o 



2IU§»üivfunfl,/- obtaining elc. 
SlUÖWirrf n , " <•■ to diseman-le 

21uöM>ifcbfn, " «• i- "> "'p^; " 

wipe out. iLSine finutiue to -, to spungc 
fid) Mc aiuorn -, to wipe ones eyes. 2. i 
te-iutii)-, f. 51 II f Pilsen. 3. kQmc iedjriii 
-. to wipe Olli with a spunge etc., tc 
spunge oui, to effiice. 4. i (Jineiii ciuS - 
to give ■• blow to etc. — .. n. f. gilt 

lVI|-(i).MI. 

^(uswittcrn, "• <■• i. - (uon en 

Slid), to decompose. 2. laB.ribmfpr.] to 
smell or scent oul, lo gel scent of. 3. 1 



fill),!«) -, lo discover. - 1,. reß. 
wen dell SBienfii) lo swarm ro 
ive. 2. (1)011 net Sufi) to be pui 
thunder-storm, by lightening. 
. (u. w. I'eilUtoget decomposed, ti 
liegraled iby exposure lo lire almo 
. (n. w. t)ill)ni) 10 cease tliundei 
ghlening 

2lu9>»itterung, J- '■ <i" 

on, disiniegiiition. 2. -en, [gHiii. 
loinotiiig decomposition. 

2«uö»t)j$eln, " «. to I. 

playing the wit. [i 

SluSlfij^cn, »■ " 1" '"»'' 

2luSl»DlbCn, " "■ loarcli, 

21u§»fölfen, - reyi ®i 
jJluöwoUen, "•" ■" »ish 



SluSwucbe., ">. i-i>«, 

f. «Uli «ID lid) fen, II 2. ei 
rmp-back; |gl)ir.) excrescen. 
iiodieii , exostosis. 3. i ÜI u 6 u 
lj„„i„|.c, exc.escencesolthein 

2luö»BÜ()len, "■ - '• d, 

01 ..nt with Hie snoul elc; - 

2tuä>t>unBern, « rcji. 

.ase wondering. 

fUuSwuvf, '" 1-". I" 



X>ti - (En 
iDciigel^), oscillation ; - ((eir®|)t'id)e[ 
r>, spilling, expectoration ; - (u.)Q3i)i 
[-Bi(ir.] jetsam, flotsam; -, [Spirl 
hrow; (en - l)(itien 



Ceil -? 



(fee 



i? 2. - 1 
(einee >Bieiifd)en lo 
; excrement; iiui 
remeniiiious; »erjer 



tlCJfeilS, excremenlilious 
-, (>»(eti.] diaphoresis 
•me» Siilfnii«), eruptions. 3. i 



©Id) -, SluSüdftlen, " «- to count out, n 

und the tell; it. to sell by Hie number, by tale 
ilied by by retail. — d. n. lo count oul (- to tin 



mn^aiflev, •-■ (-«, p'- -) i- 

that pays; paymaster, cashier. 2. [ip.liiC 
eine« SOJet&frl«, buyer or taker of ii h 
aiUOjaftlUng , /- payment. 

auSjaftneln, • a. to indcni 
aJuSjaftncn, -. <>. temon «.mi 

Ceril) . to have doire teething. 

2luöjanfcn, --«■ "» scoid. tora 

rating 

reiail; (en. ^..^ xcl - . to empty. 

2lUÖja*>i>Cln, ■>• " to cense spra 
ing . Iloundering or wrilliing. 

iMuosoubei-n , v. ... lo get oui 

2luöjaumen, f 'aDjnuuieii. 
2(u§jäuncn, "• ■• '. 'o hedge. 

2lu§jaufen, v. «. i. m puii. pi, 

Ü. jr to cease lousing or touseiiiig 

2lu9](ctbcn, "• «• <o «iriiik 0«, 

- » n. 10 fiiiisli carousing. 

21u5jcl)cntcn,< d ». w .i,i,e, 

2IU§JC6nten, J decimate. 

2luÖjcft(c)nter, "> <-«, ;'' 
Stuö»c(>ren, *■• -• <•• i- temen 

to drain or impoverish (any oire), to I 
every thing he possesses. 2. (Drn fiür| 

£rnnfl)eit, consumption. - e. n. (u. w. f 

consuniplive, tabid. 

2luöjcftrunq , /■ consumpt 

phthisis. X)ie-l).iDcn, I". !Uii«jel)veii, d 
aiUÖJCicbnCn, ■> « l- 'o mark 1 



efus 



111 - Det 9Ktllfd)l)flI, the refuse o 
nd. b) [»lld)l).) waste paper. 
'illlSIUliribUtt, II. I ( il)p.] 
älUfll..irfBt.fle.l, .,,.) sheet. 

SluöJüürfeln, »■ <■• to rai 

c. to pUy for etc. witlr dice. — i 
ase playing iit dice. 

aiuöifürfling. 



-i, pi. 



aiuswurjeln, " <■ ' i 

to eradicate. 2. i to extirpate 



31u§it>ütbcn, < 



aiüSjatfcn, 



21uejarfcrn, 



left, («P 



aiuSiaaen,»-» 10 cease bein 
«(UÖjaljlCn, f » 'o pay, 
It; 10 (pay the »ages .rnd) dir 



(SlUXl«) -, to finish drawing; to finish 
5. 1 l^puineic.) -. 10 complele. 

2IU6Jfi*llUng, / marking out 
etc., distinction; (ipailDelJ ticket, label. 

91u«ieid)iiuna«n)ertt), ^ adj. 

SliUjei d)nii iiai!miivt)i(!,> worthy 

*Uii«jei(t)neii«iuertl), ) of dis- 

2luöjeiöeln, "• "• (»ieuemiiicfe) -, 
Sluöjeitigcn, ". « i- to ripen. 

Zllirdi tütl|lltd)£ *)»itrel -, to force. 2. 1 
to ripen. ~ v. ii. (u. w. feill) i. to ripen 
or mature fully. 2 J lo lipen. 

^uSjerren, •>■ "■ to puii or piuck 

""aiUÖjirfChl, •■. M. to cease to kid. 



ip off, to get oil. (&II1C 



50 Uriel -, to eradicate, i 



3lüa 



127 



of liis ilotlies; b) i CrillEll rein -, to stri; 
any one of all he lias; ((Jilien) llilrfl -, a 
tn ilrip naked; b) 1 to fleece; firtl -, ti 

»elf; (ten Deijeti) -, to unsheiitli . to un 
slieathe. 2. 1 a) Iini nlieii <B?en|'(f)en -, t< 
put off the old man b| to eiiracl. (Sli 
aiinDrntlBurji'l !C ) -, to eilract; furj - 
(CtlBd«), to abridge, to ab-lracl; (eini 
9icrt)ll»n01 -, 'o draw out. lo make out 
CI [6l)eiu. it] to dra» out, to eilract. te 

10 discolor. 3 tn draiv out. lo slretch, tc 
eilend. 4. [Iidjil.] (Cie gngtinubeii) -, tc 
liollo»; [-BÜdllVlini.] 10 rille. &. Sift) ©I. 
reof -, I". 91ii eCinoen 

2luSjieI)fn, ir.„.„.(u.w.iein) i. tc 

a house, lo change lodgings. 1. i to take 
10 one's heels. (lliHere •i^5|Vr^f) JPflct 
fill 6, ran at full gallop; omen - innrtjtii, 

COTfillt.l to take the held. 4. (n. iv. Ijnbcll) 
l®(!iel] to move firsi 4lll ll'CIll Ijl Ml? - 
»ho has the fiist move? 

Slldcor., eijnii. U.J cxiraciio.i. Do* - (eine 

51ll« Jicl)(lul!e,/. ( dressiug-toom 
«!lii«ji«l)l''"""-'f- "-i [ili'nteri •'■■ 

SluSjicIier, "■■ (-«, p' -) '>' «'•'> 



miier; [-TC,«1).) ex.rai.e 



(gjiit JtHPfer(li(t)cn ic.) - 3>iid)er, lo em- 
bellisli; tae - (ciiif« ®(i)itf.i?) nut Slnfloen 
It , dressing. 

2lU§jifrfr, "' .-«,?/.-> decora.or. 

21UÖjiCl'Ung,/ adoming. decora- 

Sluöjtffern, "." t«> compute >vith 

ciphers; I. >Uu 6 r e (t) ne n. 

3IuSjtmmern , "<•■ i. to perfect 

the limber. »ork; Oininittl 1 lo cul, to 
frame, to sqn.nre ; («IHin.] to l,ne. i. i lo 
elaboiaie 

SluSjinncn, >■■ »• K>ti«- 
2lu§girfeln, "• .. i.f.äifiiitfun. 

2. 1 2i;if« -, to do every thing by rule; 
(unffte ^pmiMiMiflfn) nnrt) ic-, to square 
by etc. 

2lu§jirj>cn, '■ " "> ««« chirping. 

2IU§JtfdjeIn, "•" tocea««hisper. 



en,' 



((Sin 



sing etc. lling, 

2lu§JtttCVn, •>■ " 10 cease iremb 
2IU§JteCn, I- -iluiinnflcn 
2IU§JUtfen, - ■> to cease lo pal- 

pilaie , to cease wrilliing. 

2lu§jug, "■• i-eä, pi. -iiflt) I. - 

Diarcliingoul; procession; f. <21 n « ji (1) e II J 

^ferpä), deuarlMre. 2 - ( fine« lifrtjf« IC. I. 



drawer. 3. ± a) (m.ö Jjiutmi lo, extract, 
abstract, abridgment, epitome; (^nnSelJ 
bill, note ; 31 u 6 j I'l (| c , eilracts, epitomes ; 
in einen - hrittQeii, to absiraci. lo epito. 
miie. b) ((Fheni. , iJJh'irill.J extracl , de- 
coction. gill - uou <j;flii"ie". SCoi'en :c., 
a vegelable extracl, an extracl of roses 
etc.; HV leyie -, quinlessenic. 4. i re- 
serve, reservation, provision. 

älnSjllfl«niii6i(J, <idj. being an epi- 

of epitomes; a collection of extracts from 

the best authors. [epitome, by exiiact. 
31 II« jua^iueiff . «''''• '" f"''"" "' "" 
aiUÖJÜglCr, "'■ <-«, P'- -)s.ellei 

of an estate lor house) having leserved to 

iiimself lodgings. 

aiUÖjUJjfCn, « « 1. "> P"'l or pluck 

out. (3eufl> -. S'litieu aui ii., to unravel; 

entangle. (ilDl'lle) -, lo pick. - v. >i. lo 

2luSjürnen, ". » to ce.ise beu.g 

angry. Or l)iU .1 u Ö »' J " >' il I , liis passion 

aiuSjJoangen, <■ <■■ t» i^ce out. 
aiuöjwcifeln, f. " i» do„bt no 

ÜIUSJUMtfCn, t- "■ to take or get 

jHuSiwingen, "■ <■■ «■ ' to force lo 

go out. (S-lllfll aili !C. -, lo force any one 
out of etc. 2. 1 guieiii (ßiroaö) -, lo force 

gen. icwitiering, chirping. 

JluöjaMtfcJjcrn, "• «■ "• "«!>■= 

JUutbal JC, 1. ilne- 

3(UtbCnticitat, l-jH /■ auU.en 
licily. aulliennc. Illness, genuineness. 

SHlUbf nttfdj , -U- aullienlic(al), 
genuine. - „dr. anilienlically. 

Mutobiog^vaphie , f (pi- -m- 

aulobiog.apliy. 

JUutO^Pa^fC, " anlo-dafe. 

5jlutDi?va))l)ifd;, '•'ij- auiogia 

phiclah. [autograph(y). 

3lütoava)>hnm , ><■ (-«, pi. -m 

matchat, i-"->, in. (-en, pt. -eii) 
[ocraKer, or), -it,/, autocrnsy. 
aiutomalit, '"• (-«> [Wiufrm.J 



Stutomat, "■ 



3lutOnOmie, / (pi- -m amonomy 
2iutOJ>ne,/. au.opsy. 
3lutOr, "1 i-i, pi- -en) author, 
ailllotilh.lft.y aulliorsliip. 
2lutOrifOtiOn, / anll.oriiation. 

2lutorifircn, v. «■ to auiiioriie, ti 

aiutOVitrtt, / ;''■ -h) aulhoiily 

2(u;roim'tcr, ". i-^, )>(• -) amo 
SlBäncfinfnt, « (-«, pi. -) pie 

rmenl. adcance in rank or olSce , ad 

2lBanctren, ■>• « ■» advance. 
2lurtnf(^ar^e, / ip' -n) f-M\ut] 

in. >angnard; (-ffinr.J van. 

Sioanturiii, m (-«i -, -iicin 



aiürtrte,)/- (OBnr.) averag,.; f. ((>„■ 

ülvavei,S tetei. 
Sloertiffemcnt, - i«, ?; -«; 

21öiö, '" ) advise, intelligence. -. 

2l»ifO, «.5 Critf, m. letter of ad 

ice. -rri)iff, n. , — ind)r, ^advice-boat. 

2l»ifen, ». pi. advices. 
2I»iftren, ". «. (^nnbelj to advise. 

2lse, f- iidtu. 

äljinit, "> (-«) I'Wincr.] aximte. 
SljiOm, "• (-ei, pl. -ei axiom. 

Sljciometer, «' i-*, pi. -) HKnr.j 

ell-tale of ll,e tiller. 
215t, / ip'. 9f«,l idim. Indien, 2(rt. 

«rtfllnrt, n. blade of an ax. 
airll)flltl, n. neck of an ax. 
3Jrtfllel, m handle, helve of an ax. 
2Jj,/ food; f. Speife, ocf fpeife. 

2ljCn, "•<■. 1. to feed. 2. 10 bail. _ 
. n. llC.llPni pr.l 10 leed. 

äljerole,./: <p'. -10 y 

31;^CrOlt>aum, m. (-e.s p/.-t.iinnc^ 
ivt.i a.erole. 

JMsimUtb, '«■ (-«. pl. -e) [mtoa.] 
iziMiiilli. Ser iii.ifllietildje -, niagnelical 
i.imnlh. -nlfreife, m. pl. a.imulhs, 
■er.ical circles. - ,1 1 10 11 n f M 11 11 1 , /. azi. 



2ljUng, /• 1- feeding. 2. food. 3. 
ait -frcrtjt, n., -ig c r c* 1 1 1) f e 1 1, y. 

aiuoer Nr. 3. 

aijUr, '"■ (.-i) 1. ainre.slone. axn- 
ite. a^ure-spar, laziilile, lapis lazuli. 2. 

3i i II r tl I n II , adj. azure, azuied. 
2JSUl*n, adj. azure, azured, f azurn. 
)Ai -t ffieiuöllie, I azure, the azure vault 



^B. 



^,6, \.&. b. 2 [«(111.) a) AÖ 
B flat. (Ddä aiücf) ijeljt ,iuf -*)Bon, 
Siir, is in the key of B flat, is In I 
of B; (1(16 üllllCrilt.B , B short. 

aSaat, "■ (-«) Baal. 

^oav,/- r.iUipve. - ni<;. r. 

JBaarC,/ l- «nljre. 

58aar6, >". r. »or«. 

Sabbelci,/. l. babbie. 2. non 

33ab6clfr, »'• (-*,?'■ -> b« 
^nbbfln, ■>•>> to babbie; f. < 

der 11. 

95abfl, n. I--«. 1. S.r Iliiirni 

5J.ifel 

^ab^IOn, «. (-6) Babylon. ■ 
•I. (-6) Babylonia, -icv, m. (-6, 
:f. -inn) Babylonian, -ii*, attj. 
Innian.t Babylonish, Babylnniciali. 

Saccalaureat, <».iff-), n 



128 



53ac 



93ac 



^at 



TßaccalaüreüS, ">■ tpi. -mn) 

Bacchanalien, « pi- bacchanals. 

SBacc^ant, '"• (-f, pi. -m bac 

lanalinn. bacchannl. - i II 11 , /. bacchant. 
a^acdjU«, •>•■ l-WDtl,.] Bacchu.. 



3}(Hd)n«lleli, n. bacchanalian or bac- 
chic song. 

aäncrtiiiä Vtieilethni, /. a prie«less 
of Bacchus ; f. SSntd)!! ii ti ii n. 

'Biicril 11 «rtil l>, m. Ihyrsus, lliyrse. 

rlTiilet. rroi>. Sleine -B li 111 ( iii,irt)eii flnfie 
SU'lfTt, li"le brooks coming lo-elher make 

SBnrt),uniEl,/. ) 
»flrtjilelje./. S watcr.^vagiaii. 
iBortji'Ooel, in.) 
■B,l(f)blll|-e,/. «aler-bulrush. 
B .1 d) t> 1 II 111 e , / iiiarigoid. 
•Bildll'ol) ne, ( y. 133ot. J becabunga, 
Bncl)6llll(!e,^ Veronica becabunga. 
«,l-tf<lhtt,/. ravine; ca.lway «ashed 

Sa (t) f ifrt), "'. a fis at lives in brooks. 

■Bndjfoljre, ) 

i»nrf)fotellc,5-'-"°'"- 

95 .1(1) or lino, m. IJrfitl).) gndgeon. 

Bnri)l)or(lnl)^er, m. water-elder. 

95nrf)ftr6«, m. cranfisli, cray-tisli. 

B net) treffe,/, water-cress(es). 

5Sn(l)llll"lrfc,/. crane-fly. [mint. 

»arf)niiiliie, /. water-mint, brook- 
Sand)» El ri), "rf/. brooky, abounding in 
brooks. 

Bnd)fail!l, m. brook-sand. 

95(1 rf) rod ffet, n. brook water. 

95nd)iDeil)e,/. o.sier. water-willow. 

95nd)i«eife, adv. in brooks, like a 
brook- 

S8acl)C, /- 'pl--»> "iM sow. 

SBacftCr, ■"■ >-«, f'- -> »vlld Uoar. 

a?(i(^(cin, n (-«, P'- -) ^niall 
brook, brooklet, slreamlet. rill, rivulet. 

Satf, "■ '-eS, P'- -t) l-OT(ir.] 1. 
forecastle. 2. a) a wooden bowl, a wooden 
dish, b) (pi. -Ell) mess. 3ii -en tl)Eilcn, 
to mess; f. 95(l(fU0lf. — ad», aback. - 
lEflen , brfi(Teii r6. I)i)leii, to back, to lay 
aback. [laiboard-watch. 

^(l({()Dt^, «. larboard. -fro,id)e,/. 

iSntfbug, ?n. larbonrd-side. 

95 n cf « (J (1 ff E 11 , J. p(. castle-crew. 

«(l(f«OEfEllc, «1. messmate. 

!8ait«iiinatEn, s. pt. messmaies. 

•Bntf «nieiilcr, m. master of a mess. 

«nttvif, m. manger. 

■Bnttflcg, m. - tief Bii.jfptiel« :£.), 
«iirouds. 

BnttluMt, n. mess. 

Bncfiv.lrt)e,/. larboard-watch. 

■©ncfajjfCl 2C. IC, f- ancftn V. 

^adaiian, m.:-tv. pi.'-c) dried 



tern-jawed; mit rDtljrii Bntfeii, rosy- 
decked, cherry-cheeked; ruddy-cheeked; 
u ten SöndEii (itl)i't\fi, JBiirfcn..., 

[■Mllilt.J buccal, b) [Jcrfju-l cheek, cheek- 
iete. SiE »nrten (^E•^ «d)ijf«), bo«s. 
•BacttMiDnri, m. whiskers. 

SSntfEiiblnfe,^ 

B,i(fEiit,ifd)e,J-'- '^"''■' >""""■ 
»(ideiiCrüfE,/. [-aihil.l Cie -ii, buc- 

iSntfEMfltiiOe, /■. /a dimple in th« 
i8(ictEnotubd)Cii, «.^ cheek. 
Sncft uljnil l)e,/. a cap with lappets 
. mob-cap. 
'Ba({Eii(iiod)Eii, 111. f. Sncfeiibeiii 
55 n tt e II 111 11 « f c I . Ill (•illint.) buccinaior 
«,icteiipiil«,itiet, ; /. [■iliint.J buc 
»,itteii|(t»r<i oncer,», cal vein. 
B a rf c II r i e m E II , m. breeching. 
BdcteinVol.lo, ( m.n slap in Hie face 
■BarfEM ilv. i(1),j a box on the ear 



odfish 



S8d(f4)en, ».<-«, P'- -> a small 
«acEC,/ IP'- -II) /l.ajcheek. 

Bntfcn, '" '-«. pi- -> S «Kit ein. 



BilctE 



frf)«,/. 



»art Ell J, 11, II, ,,.. cheek-tooth, mola, 
tooth, jaw-tooth, grinder. -De life, / 
[<lln,lt.J molar gland. 

ajaden, "■ ■■■ ". lo bake. 3il !>EI 
ffnime -, to iVy; (ClMll -, to dry; ®E. 
lldcfElie«, fry. — !■- „. 1. to bake. 2. 
(u. w. fEiu) f. SM II I) n (fen. 

BnitnpfEl, m. a baking apple. 

B,l({l.icw,/. a baking ^ear. 

!8il(f lireKt), n. a board used for bak- 
ing on; f. 33oif frtjnufel, S iiri) e u 6 r£ti. 

Söilcffifd), 111. fiib for trying; U. a 
fried fish. 

B.l(t(lElfd), II. nieac-pie. 

BntfoflS, II. money for baking. 

B,icfi)Er.iil), n. balling utensil». 

a5(l(f l)n US, II. bake-liouse. 

95,l({l)Crt)t, 111. a baking pike. 

»ntfljefEii, f J^Efeu. 

»,itfl)i9e,/. f. 'B.KtDfEiiDi^e. 

a5n(fl)0li, II. wood for baking, oven 

■BiKftnniiiiEr,/. a room for baking in 
JBiitf (or I), 111. ^a basket used foi 
-B(l(f fd) in" f el, /.j raising the dough 
lor selling the spunge in. 

5bti(f 111 uIDe , /. a kneading-trough. 
SS(l(tllopf, in. f. »(l(£fLU-ü. 
»actoflll, II. 1. truii for baking. • 

95n(tofE», in. oven. -l,il)c,/. 1. tin 
heat of a baker's oven. i. i a great liea 
or glow- -Tie ill, in- [iJKiiicrnla.] trachitii 
conglomerate. [pan 

» (1 (t p fn 11 11 e , y: a frying pan, baking 

«n(tfd),iiitEl,/. peel. 

■Bntf fpEl fe, /. pie, pasty, baked meat. 

■B ,1 cf fl E 1 II , 111. brick. (bake-house, 

aSotfllutiE,/. I. f. 5J,i(ffniiniiEr. 'i, 

aSilttlroo, '"■ brake, a kneadin- 

»ntfipnuiiE,/- f- iJ,i(ftnro. 
SBncfiUErf, «. pastry. 
SnttjEii!,, 11. f. »(KfoErntI). 
aSadPer, m. (-i,pt.-) baker, -ei, 



/. 1. the trade cf a baker, f bakery. 2. 
(pi. -ein bakery, baking establishment. 

!öa(*er6roCi, n. bakers' bread. 

3än<{Erliiirfri)e,>ii!. a baker's jciu'- 

93n(f erflefell, > neyman, ajonraey- 

a3.i(fer(iie(St, ) man baker. 

?öti (fErgeii) er f, 11.) bakers' guild or 

93äifErjunft,/. 5 company. 

95n(terl)(\n6iDcrf, ,i. the tratio of n 
baker. 

99 11 if E r I <f) n I) e ,^. [9?iiturg. J c<>cliroacli. 

35n(fEr|l0(£, i.:. a tally used botvzueu 
bakers and millers. 

»fltffen, r. a. [0»<ir.J to bowse. 

SSat), ". (-««, pi- 58n^(r) 1. a I hath. 
B.iä - Der tnufe, iai - Der 9I;ifDti-|jcl)iirt, 
baptism; rill trocfineS -, a dry bath, 
[•HBb-l fumigation; -, [(Jljeiu ] bath, b) 
balli; bathing-roooi. 2. watering-place, a 
spa- 3ii 6ii« - reifen, to go to a watering- 
place, i. Ihe (mineral) waters; f. SriIII. 

Snl)(Ei.iii|lalt, /. bathing-euablish- 
aSnUEnujUii, 111. bathing-dress, balh- 



•e(lDECUr,//.tl.euseofm 
«(itiEfur,^ (S-iiie - gelir.i 



95(l£ie|)a|l, m. visitor at a watering, 
place. 

»nDeaelti n. money for bathing. 
93nsn,nufie,/. bathiug-cap. 

'Baeel)au«, ll. bath, a house for bath. 
in|^ , t bagnio. [chemise. 

S n e E I) e ill D , n. bathing-shirt, bathing. 

SilDEl) ofcil.y- pi. bathing-drawers. 

95.1(1 llll)nbet, m. bath-keeper, t bag- 
nio-keeper, [cap, 

iö(lB(c)fappe,/. batblng-cap, oil-skin- 

SönCeflEiti, II. I ^^||_._^ ^^^^^^ 

!ö(ltiEfnerf)t, 111. a man -servant in 
a bath , in baths. 

aä.ioefopf, in. f. ®d)röp|(opf. 

93n6elt)l)n, in. f. 95nbeflel6. 

»(ICE 111 .lot»,/, f- 95nDtfr(iH- 

9 a tie me ill er, m. bath keeper or pro 
prielor, t bagnio-keeper. 

35.l!IDrSen, m. [euol-l order ot the 

Knight of the Bath. 

iSnt(e)ort, in. 1. a place for bathing, 
a bathing. place. '2. watering-place. 

99(1 orpin 5, m. batUing-place. 

95nIierEifc, /. a jourue> to a waier- 



;fd)iff 



»(ID 


eflE 


IE,/ 


bathing-place. 




95nD 


E,lU 


DE,/ 


> bath-room 
n.^ing-room, ba 


batb- 


«(1 


ejii 


IUI er 


neary 


».u 


eiun 


11 lie. 


/ bathing -tub 


teine 


f<6ul)iörmioE 


- t.iu 


99IE14 ic), stioe-bath. 


slipper 


liatli 








95.1 


Eive 


ll. It. 


f. »nDEfrnu. 




95nD 


ElUi 


tl,,iji 


.(/.-iniDbalU-keeper. 


asn 


HejE 


t,/ 


the season for b 


athiüg, 



«ab 

.easoM al a «ater.ng-place. 

«.isejeiio, 11. f. «iibeaeritli. 
»,u>ejiUH-r, m. f. »nücroninu. 

aSaSen , ">. <>. i. «> banie. 2. 1 

ballie. — n, II. -, or v. vefl. väirf) -, 1. 
balhe. Der -it, ballier. 2. i lo batli 
Sid) in äßonüilcii IC. -, 10 wallow in se 

35aiencr, ",. m, pi. -> ^i/.-in 
3Sabenfer, »i. <-«, v'- ->] »" *"'' 

bitan. Ol Übe Grand-ducliy of, Baden. 

S8a&er, m. <-«, p'. -> u. -in 

ballier; bath-keeper; t bagiiio-keepe 

cupper, -ei, ^ bagnio. 

Snferoefell, m. a cupper's journe 

man. (bandiai 

aSaSian, <"■ <-«) (SSot.l badian 
aSabift^ , '"Ij- of Ibe Grand-ducl 

ot Baden. 

»affd^en, «. ^-i,ri--> band. 
»äffen,;,. „ ,„ .,, 

SSaflagr,/ '■ l">Sgage, Inggage. 
1 baggage; tag-rag. -tnnKner,/ - if 
■DKntrpfeii), siop-room. 

SJagatcUen,/ p'- innes. »,i,j, 

tElll(t)lllfcll,/. p(. small debts. 

»aaacr, »i- (-*, p'. -) -, -m. 



25a( 



L29 



SBater, 



aSaiPaftt, in. <-ei, -, »nifr 

llfili, m. [•Wiiienila.] baikalite 
»aijCn, I. » ei Jen- 

aSaiajjo, »'■ (-«, p*. -«> buiro, 

lof ioped.inceisi. tli« fool, nieny-aildre 

Soionct, ( ••■ (-t- pi. -E) 

»ajOnnCt(t),^ bayonet. B, 

tniil fiis (ilciufliri iiiifiVfjcii, lo ilx ibi 



aSaEe,/. ip(. -n) 


beaco 


buoy . sea-mark 


boom 


-M 


- 11 leoeii , to set 


buoys 




»nteiioelö, 


n. bea 


coiiag 


Söafeiiredjt 


n. be 




«iifenn-nii 


f,/. b 


oy. 


«afcr, ." 


<-*. ) 




Snffliau 




f, p/. 


».ifdj.Ul.l 


i1)i-r, 


i.l. h 


«alonce. 


/. <l 


1. -1 



35nggcrn, 

, 10 clean (out) with a i 

loast; fleb(il)te»»n>b, 
foment, i to stupe. 

!8Ah(e)tiff 



(einen ©ccljnfen, 



(SSri'ii) - 
2. met. 



1£m 



I m. a bag slnlfe 

»,il)(f)fncfrtieii,S will, sweet o,- m, 

dicaled herbs eic. [mentation! 

»(il)(e)fr.llll, .1. a plant used in f( 

Son I) (e) ni i I te I , II. [OTcii.] lomentatioi 

93n^(e)|-d)nitte, f. toast. 

^af)n, /■ (pi- -CID I. patli; wai 

(fine - mnttini i>!>. breifceii, to beat a patli 

2. i path, career. Sie - 6rc(f,cn , to ope 

llie path, to break llie ice; (&IH),ii) ni 

6ie- trinoen, lo start. 3. (Qlilron.J ■ 

(eine« ^mneteii), orbit; - cine« fipineten, 

the orbit of a comet, Iraject; Me ig 1 

nen-, ecliptic; feiner - entriidi <i.. einei 

©eflinie), disorbed. 4. [Ird)ii.J - Co« 3In 

t'06c«, ^nninirr«, ^uber«), face; - (eini 

Äotercifen«) , b.asil. 5. - (cine« 3eU()e« 

breadth. [Ies< 

SBnljlKelDIO«, ndi. pathless; trail 

S8<lf)n6re(t)er, m. way-maker. 

»oljnfjobclii, V. ,1. [ieri,ii.J lu plan 



(5-II1 



aSadnCtl, ■■• "• I. 10 palb. 
ÜBi'a -, to beat or form a path. 2. } 
aBefl -, to open the path, road or m 
r« luilrCe brr ic. fen 9Be,j -, it would | 
tlie way to etc. ; firfi Diinl) bie Seinbc e 

my, to break tlirough the enemy. — r. 
•Bid) -, to become level or passable. 

»aftnig, «rf; (te<tin.) having i 

93aftrC, / <p'. -n) l. hand ban 
53<if)rtud), n. pall. 
Haftung, / toasting, fomen 
etc.; f. JBn(,en. 

Sai , /. (pl- -eii) bay. 
Deulsch-Engl. Wörterbuch. 11 



»alancircn, " ". to balance. 

»nlonciriliiiige, J. poy . a r 
»Olanit, ""• (-«, pt- -CIO bala 

SBalofj, ">. (-(if«, pl. -(ff) 

riibin, in. [-Kiiifriibi.] bnlass. I 
»alliier :C., o f. «nrb.cr k 

»alcon, (-t-) "I. (-«, p'. -') 

my, t mirador. 
SBalS, "rf". I. a, soon. - D.u.in 



conj. , |l) - I 
1 6 e |1 e , as SI 



|"i' - (lis niBioli*, 
(or quickly) as possible, as soon as m 
be; je bniüer, je lieber, the sooner t 
better, b, (= frlil)) early. 2. ± a, ((Jiili 
- (t'ltcrrcCen ;c.), easily, b, (= bcliial 
fiifl) nearly, almost. - rj.irc irt) fleiliTKi- 

t) dying. 3. sometimes, now; - fcj, -| 
- fD, - nntiEr«, now so, then othe 

^alÖntfttn, »■.(-«, p/.-O canop 
[•Jlntir.) bnldacl.ln, baldaquin. 

?8aI&gretS, ". [«ot.j groundsel. 

»al&ig, "<(/■ speedy, quick, -iliii 
93nltrtan, <"■ (-«> («ot J valena 



»album, 11 (-«1 Baldwin. 

^alcaren, » pi. [tsei-gr.] the b 

»alearjf^, m'/ Balearic. 

»alefter, >•'. <-«, pi. -, arbaii: 

)S5-bow . balister. 

»alg, m. i-ti, pl. m\ac> i. »> - ( 

(S-rbfcn, Zt.uilienic ), skin ; - (teiSrnfen 
(«ot.l glume, b) - (1.. Jljicrcii), skin; 
(II. S(()lnn(jen), slough. 2. j J fiiemtv 

le brat, urchin; birfer-, pauucli. 
(SdjinicC.) bellows. 

=P..iuOCf(l)ii'nl|l, /. [(Fhir.] encyst 

«olflfimfel,/. l»Pi.] follicle. 



iBii 


a 


mie 


/. 


1 


»« 


lo 


M)t 


,/. 




»ii 


Id 


ül,r 


n. 


nos 

I 


«n 


a 




fe , /. 


/o 


!Ö(1 


11 


eil) i 


efe,/. 


node 


»n 


0« 


nDil 


t,J. 


; 


äJn 


1(1 


nilii 


nr, m. 


-KcM 


id c 




act. 






■B.i 


ai 


"a. 


1.1. lOraclb.] s 


»a 


la 


llDc 


fel, m. 


the u 



°a5algcn. '■■ >e/i. is,d, -, to cast » 

slied the skin. (Sie ®(|)l(inacil) - fid), cas 
li.e.r sloughs; f. fid) ipiinrcn. 

»algen, ■>• re«, aid) -, to wresUe 
to scullle, to tight, 10 struggle. 

»algCl-, m. (-S, pl. -) wresiler 
-ei,/. w.estling, fighting, scuffle, fight. 

»alje,/ <p(. -lU (War.] a half tub 

»nlten, "'. i-t , p/. -) ud,«. ssmf 

d)(ii, »iilfu-iii.n.) beam; [ied)ii.] a) [■Mtnv. 
beam, fic - fir Jülljbrijlfe , oilop-beams 
iier imiiclile -, midsbip-beani. b) [ii)^., 
cross-piece, c) [SiinfH)irtl)Kl).J a» - uiii 
ippiiac), beam; fi) balk; y> the loft of i 
barn, d) - ulll luur aB.l.je), beam, e 
[iJei-nlH.] pale. 1) KäJei-m.] parallelopiped 
(S-mcn SBnlfen (ciiuieafii, ifiiDjieijcn, lo l.ij 



»Hit 

Slinif 
.■ii|1ea) 1 



r, m. [-Jlrdjlt.J an S. 
>, n. I. Ley. 2. t= S,i, 

ia, nrf/.iiiii). having face 



SB.ilfenilrcii,^ 
SSfllfenilritS,) " 
aJnlfcMililijc, /. 



nlfeiitrniDt, /. mar.] clamps oi 
the deckbeams. 

»nifenronae,/. steel-yaids. 

ajiilftnrocrf . n. ftame (of a build- 
Inel. 

löalCwager, "i- i.seiiirciittnd)!. 

»all, "1. '-CS. pl. »iillc) idmi. <Saa. 

11) 1. ball. - ipirlcii, to play at tennis; 

en - lundjeii, (»ilUirbip.] to pocket a 
ball; to make a hazard; clllCM - (olliren, 

give a close ball, to lay a ball close to 
he) cushion; einen - iprenacii, to send a 
III over the table. 2. t - Hi &tüd!6, 
lort of fortuue. 

»allcifen, n. I. iron hammered into 
irs. 2. f, »nlleneifeu. 

33 a 1 1 f ör 111 J g , adj. ado. round like a 
,11, globular. 
SSnlllj.lu«, .1 tennis-courli lives-court. 
»n-llDolJ, n. ^ 
35nllpritfd)e,/. i bat. 
»Ill I Id) 111 a el, in.) 



i;k) 



Sal 



»al 



i^aii 



■Bnllri'lt.y. (»ül.j «aler 

Snrifrtjinocv.m. teiiiiu.pl 

»n nip if I, II. tennis, fiv 
ickc. -cr, m. |. »mild) 

»nllflotf, ">• f. »ilrnr^ 
»nllfloO, m. I. tlie tiri» 
■q of a ball. 2. f. SilI(lt^. 
»nlltiifcl K. If., f. »in 

aSnllnllJUO, m. ball dies 



3}(lll(jnfl, 1)1. a pe 


»nlloeber, m. 


35 111 11) lit, »1. dre 


aSnllflcib, >i. ba 


»(illfrinil), 1.1 d 


SBatl, '"^ i-c^> 


iking. 


aSnHn&c,/. </- 


•B (1 1 1 n ^ f 11 M (I) t c- 


«(iri.ibi^iiiiind)e 


»alUSMifdirei 





» n 1 1 e 11 111 e 1 1 f , ndr. by llie bale, in bales. 


11 (f. 


SBatlcn, .. ". l- ." glomerate, to 


S 01- send. 


conglobe, .0 conglobale, to lorm into a 




ball. Die 5nll(l-, to clench or clulcl. the 


p. 


band or Hst; (j e (1 1 1 f, [SSOI.J conglobate 


= X(iiijfe(l) 


2. to bale. — u. n. to ball. - i;. reß. ®l(t) 




- (utMii ©d)iife), to ball. 10 slick. 


full-dre»8. 


aSallet, ". t-i, !>'■ -" ^Mtt. 




»nllctllieillcv, m. ballet-master. 


dtoaltall 


«Ballifte,/ 'V' -»> ballista. 


that gives 


«nlUftie,/. ballistics. 




«allon, .... (-i. Pi -« 1. loot.baii. 




■i. balloon. Sil ft-, airballoon. 3. Iglji'lll.] 


.lll-gOWM. 


balloon. 


pump. 




] opening. 


»allotn&c , /"■ ((''■ -11) rit'Kt.i 




b.ildlotade. 


ad. 


SBrtUctogc, /■ ■;.' -»> ii^-iioi. bai- 


. ballnd- 


lüuiig. t ballolatioii. 


kcr, ballad 


^(lUotiVCn, "• "■ '0 ballot. 2,15 



riter, -j- bal 
der. 

S (1 1 1(1 ü c 11 111 el 6 i e , /. ballad-lune. 
aollniieii fniijcr, m. ballad-singer, 
asnilnbciini)!, «1. ballad-slyle. 
^3n^(l^elu•c^f(ill(ct,^ in. ballad. 
»cllUrniljnllMft, ] monger. 

«Ballaß, 1. »nue. 

SBatlaft, '"• (-(•«) I- MiRB,, i,ist 



lifdjifgcll, 10 ballast; 
nnballasi; Hoi mit - 



lllllfl)!! 



rQClll, 



ffd)iepe 



ligbter. 



ilcl.lSfll iVill, to go on ballastl ^,lä 33, 
nut -, ballasting. '!. f. »Jl ii « m II r f. 

as(\ii(ini"rt)iff, « t 

39nn(inrd)Utc,A5 
'B,illn|l|rnd)t,y. dead freight. 

^Ballaftcn, .•• " <" baiiasi. 

?8nltaftUlUl,/. ballasting. 
SÜnC^Cn, ". i-i, Vl- -) 1. a siiial 
ball; f. 33 nil. 2. a small bale; f. San Urn 

SBnllei, /■ (r'.-cm i. haiuwick. 2 
SBnllcn, "■■ <-«.!''■ -> '■ is?«<M>i->, 

bale, pack, bag. ©Ml - ijlnd)^, a kirtle of 
flax, fin - <rpl)rr Scifo, fangot; 

np. 2. [ird).l (5ed)If-] a button covered 
iviili leather; [Iiiu J ball; - (mil ijutel), 
handle. 3. - {M-t i>.lll^, nin'Sllgc), ball, 
Giiiriu ^iiiiK Mt - .iiisrrt)iieiDeii, [(Jiial, 
On,)6()ef.j 10 expedilale a dog. 

«nllcilbtllürr, in, packer, -lolju, 
»1. and 11. packing, package. - )1 ii rf , m 

»nllfiitffltii, wi, IS-rdirf.] foil. 
»nllMieifeii, n. I , . , 

3)ni.en,neigr,.,„.5 -PP'"?-'"-' 
»(lllcnfiebcr, n,^ gout in the pain; 
»nlleilflid)!, /. j of the hand ; f, 
8iieflid)t. 

93nlleiil)i)lj, ... |Xi));.J ball-siock. 
33nlleiifiifd)lc, >n. pi. (ti,|).j racks 
»Ollfllffiifr, ". [iOU.l the leather. 



»nllcil|lu(t, in packing-stick. 
SSollrilliinnvni,/. p/. bale goods. 
3>nlltii ni.ll jcr , w. I^KntiiVG.) dor 



- IjerLiLirlirllltjeut? , producing I 



»nl 


f n m b n 11 11 


, ,.,. 1 


.Isam- 


ajnl 


fn 111 til lite 


, /. 1 


. bloss 


balsam 


tree. 2. ? 


my od 


orifero 


sainic 1 


oiver. 






SBnl 


"n 111 b ii d) i 


e,/. b 


aliii-bo 


5Jn 


fniiiMifr, 


n.bHi. 


amico 


i„lj. ba 


my, odoriferous. 


odoro 


S9n 


rniiicfpe 


t f 


1-»D. 


35nl 


nmpnpp 


1,5 ha 


c(a). 


SinlfniMfi-ud) 


r, i- 


the fr 


balsam 


iree. 






33n 


fniiigcin, 


m sp 


rit ol 


Sin 


fnniflcrii 


d), in. 


balsai 


3>n 


fniiicjemn 


d) c- , 1. 


a pin 


Sjn 


in till) til- J 


„. bal 


^amic 


3in 


mill 1)0 1 J 


11. XJ 


obalsi 


fragra, 




he ba 


n.tree 



S8aruftra6C,/. (|i(. -n) balustrade. 
aSalj, /• [«DniMiifpr.J pairing. -, 

^aliJCn, ". 1. to pair. 

SBambclc, f- e-inijc 

SBOmllDCCtnfcC , l- a picture of 

SainbuS, "> i-i7eö, )>' -iTei -, 

33niltbll6(llirf, m bamboo -cane or 
valking-stick. 

33nm>m'(, /■ <p'. -m a bob. -n nn 
'tllcill .ftrnofll, neck-cloth lappets. 

bammeln, ". «. i- lo bob; to 

Jangle. - Inucil , to swing; ff bn 111 melt 
5-iiicr lifiiii ®fl)eii mit Den 9Iriiicii, a man 

aSrtitifcn, "- n. I -asfißari-b. 1 (Die 
^onaiiaöbauni, ."• (-ef, ).(.-. 

aSnnCD, (-f-),n.-, -aelü, ... bank, 
money, banco. ^:ö(nrr » n 11 £ 1), mark-banco. 

a3niui.nflu>, n. bank-agio. 

^nnÖ, n. (-e«) 1. (p/. a3nll^er) aj 
band. (S-lll iStrOl)- , astraw-band; 6nä 
iö r 1 El r II - nil 9ffingbilfd)elii , fagot. band; 
Die i^n t tel bfi II ti er, the bands of a saddle, 
b) riband, ribbon; giniril-, tape; Dnf 
ijcilreifte -, stripe-tape, c) [iedjii.] «) 
[SiJttd).) hoop. /J) [@d)lo(Tfr !c.] - (nil ei. 
lUT il)iil-c !C.), holdfast, y) [Slrtill.] astra- 
gal. <Ji ['Mnr. ] hoop. Sie »uii-eit 
breast-hooks, lore-hooks. t) [Simmerl.] 
binding piece, rail, f, [5lll,U.] ligament. 
)?) I6l)ir.j bandage. -9) [SjernlD.] bend. 2. 
p(. a nil De, a) bonds, fetter«, chains. 3il 
.«ittrll It. -Ell licjjeii, to be in irons; gh 
lien III J?etteii ii. -e legen, (Jiiiriii -e niile= 
gen, to lay (.or pnl) any one in irons, to 
bind any one with chains. b> i bonds, 
chains, tics. — e (bet 2iebe K.), bonds. 

35anb, .». (-e«, pi. -nll^e) i. the 

binding (of a book). 2. volume, tome. 
»nilDndlnt, in. striped or streaked 



asm |'nillfd)lDi^ell D,nrf/. balsam-sweat. 
»nlfnmilnuDe, / { balsam -shrub, 
»nlfnmflrnud), m.J amyri.. 
3Jn l|"<i nitn line, /. amyris. 

aSatfamcn, i <>■ « i» (-«i"'; "> 
SBalfamiven,) perfume. Dn« - , 

Salfaminc,/, ip'- -m i«ot.j bai- 

aSatfamifcl), »<IJ- l. balmy. balsa- 

iiic(al). -ei <)Klttil, balsamic. 2. 1 balmy. 

aSllWifcI), '"IJ- "•■'Ilic- TMi -c Wccr, 



SBniibl) 


in 


tig 11 11 a, J. l%inr 


] »y 


neurosis. 








iBnnDb 


iinie,y. artificial flow 


r. 


»niiDe 


fci 


, n. hoop-iron. 




»niiDft 


|1. 


adj „dr. lastened 


by 


SJniibe 




rci, adj.„d,: l.uuf 


ttere 


2. 1 unrest 


ain 


ed; r. 3iigelU>6, 


ling 


b 11 11 be 11. 






[do 


»niiDfi 


rt), 


m. the ribbon. fish; 




» n 11 D f 


rii 


ig, adj. adv. havi 


,g t 


form of n ribb 


n; striped 




»niiDin 


br 


t, /.( niniinfaclure 


ofri 


» n 11 D g 


lU 


If, „.5bons. 




33nnDfr 


nil 


,J. f. 35nnDI)(iiiM 


er ill 


»nitDfl 


ai 


, n. riband-gr.a.ss. 




SJniiDi) 
» n II D f 


fe 
Of 


''1 m. [®d)l.,7eri b» 


sp. 



iüan 



«an 



San 



131 



ler ia ribands. S,i« ©cffftnft riin 

BailüDnuDlulla, /. 1. mercery . 
sliip, 2. a luercer's shop, a shop 
iiids are sold. 

B ,1 II C t) Dl J, Fl. [»ötld).] wood for 1 
ß.lH^i(l|■|)i«, in. striped jasper. 
B.uiütcom, in. f. »iiiicctttni 
BanüfrÄiuer. m. retailer of rili 
BducutKii, IK. r. SBaiiM)aiiCI 
0.111611)«, f. aSaiiDEfrci. » 
"iteit.j: I. 3iioEll»n()(eit. 






aäniiOcirCräiiier, f 

asäiioetlcljre, /. 

logs , syudesuiography. 

25niiiierf(t)iil), m. 

JBiintcrn, •>■«■ i 



3(11)111. - iiuidKM, . 

SBanStgcn, " 



Ulinfitc, if. l.aknoiofril 

f fitlUif e,5 i- cockade. no restrain, lo subdue, to L 

tuiieffct, II. [SBbltrt).] ad«e),l -BlltltigCV , >«. I-*, ) 

^anftt, "'. i-tii, pi. 



J8ang(c), ...o. <-.(•■• 

lunr Dcu ticuteii (iiiiijl iin 
ere in greal trcpidaiio.i ; c 



«aiiSifct)(i(t)tel,/. band-boK. 

lUv] 3raei -eii, pi., cotiises. 

:!3aiii.|iritf, II. 13 lien.] p.ic 

«,1 11 !> trefft,/, "o.sled lace. 
■B.iMMi.Ie, ( /. [«.uiitfl.] .. 
S.lUDlllllfd)el,) stamper. 
anMCferl.injeriiiia/. [6t)ir 

»0ll6iv<l.lre,/. small »are. 
» .1 11 1 lu 1 1) e r , < 
SniiMMtfer,) '"'"""'"■"" 
»nnDioeUecei,/. f. *anS|o 



ibbo 



1. ribbons. >JJ[|£ 
-.. I^lMt.J a ci 



SSaiiiiroc 

iBanCluUtlU, m. lape-«orni. 

aSanSage, ;;ip'.-ii) leijt.j i.ban 
^anSagift, •". (-cii.iii.-en) tetjir. 
58nn5c^cn, >•■ (-«, pi--) i. - 

(l( SiillCel, in.) a small band or ribbon. 2 
(•Burt) I,.] 



uall'sized vo 



aSnnÖe, /■ >pl -n; l. border, edge 
side. ^Jjlaiie -c, [(aJiirlenf.] paitene, plai 
band; nuf tie - Kgeii (äcf)iffe;, to careen 
-, [SSinntdfp.J cushion. 2. (= ttiiict Stteif, 
a long broad stripe, a baad. 3. (0ciDÜIJlll 
I', - (I)ic6t IC ), band, gang, pack; com 
pany. G'ilie 9Ji II fif-, a baud of music, 

Sontclier, "• (-«, p'. -o bando 



Tanten, 



[iJHnr.] (SefleU 



äSonftercidb/ "•'J- voluminous, se 

2Jetf(i(fic eine« -iii üßerfec , a voluminou 
«utUor or »Titer. 

»anfccr, <• pi. f. ».um, f. t>. 



iirt) iiirt)t 



01 latal consequences; tiii n.iljeiiOcr SJeinljr 
IvirD una -, »e are alarmed at the a 
proach of danger. '2. - (erro.lrlilll!] ic 
anxious. 3. a»lul; loriueiiling. 

JBangclK., f. sjenoii u. 
fangen, v. imp. (u. ». onbcio 

?8ongcn, "■ i-n f. ».moiofei 
Snngcntraut, ». c-eei i.en^ie 



Jangig 
$angc. 



)«uxie, 



JBanglicl), •<* «■ 



»ant,. 



in Ihe g[( 
age; with 

<eii».i«) ( 



i;i/.iö.ii 
:£rl,iie, I 



the . 






f tie Wiiflc - f£l)ietieii, to lay ui 

helf; to put oflf, to delay. 3. 1 D, 

ÜCl|lllrt)e, roellll(l)e -, the spiiilual bench 

h; 6ie - Scr DiedjiSfltleljv 



culty 



law e 
«tall 



lXed)ii.] a) »oiki, 
butcher etc.). b) i (emeu) jilt - I).iiie 
to slauder, to delame, to backbite. 
[JJefeillfllMiaat.] banquet, banquette. Ilct' 

'(i)ima, to fire in barbe. d) [ip.iputlll 
plank, e) [iJKiu.] layer, bed , stratum. 
[$«(110.] label. Ö. - (till >))?cerc), ban 

fill re, banks, shelves, dais, shoals, slu. 

vs; t'L.ii eiiKr - .iDij.ilteii, [TO.ir.j to s" 

bank a good i.or wide) berth. 6. (; 
•».iiiteio a; l^.iiiDelJ bank, Sie eiijlifilji- 
llie bank of England, b) ISpiel] bank. 



t).lltCI 


, lo k 

utnt 


ep ithe, bank. 

le, (-ftif),/. > «.hare in 


of a 

bank. 
bank- 


nf<iutl,eiUfrt)eii,, m.) the capital 
ank, ba»k-.>iock; sliare in a joini- 
S(i« (J-ifleuiDuui Ml «(iuf,ift|eii, 
slock. 


SB 


11 f (1 


lit, in. exchange-broker. 




iiftiil 


»eifU 11 0, /.^bank-bill ;checki 
let,«. ) bank-note. 


»<i 


atbc 


II, II. leg of a bench etc. 


ajnilttnirt), «I bankruptcy, insol. 
vency, failure. 23elnioet.f(()(t-, fraudulent 
bankruptcy. 

35 (\ Mf l)rüd)l.j, .iii/. bankrupt, iusol- 
veiii, broken. - lucrOcil, lo luiu bankrupt. 


to bee 


ouie ii 


solvent, to become (a) bauk- 


rupt. 


to bre 


ik. to fail. Dtc-e, a bank- 



»nufee 


pofit 


Ill, 11. deposit in bank. 


SB n 11 1 e c 


piitii 


le, ^. -..;./. directors of 


»uute 


tcfto 


en,) a bank. 


»(iiifei 


fen, 11 


iron band 


»nufo 


1 b, n. 


bank-money. 


»(iiiffle 


cid)', 


11. commercial court. 


»niifoc 


f*(ifl 


e, ». pi. bankcing). bu- 


less, ban 


king tr 


nsactions) f. S;ßed)fel= 


ft» lil'ie. 






S)(i,.fl,(i 


ten, m. hold- last. 


»niifl,. 


Iter, 


11. banker. 


!B(llltl)L 


tr, m 


iprivale) banker . pro- 


ieior of a 


bank. 




ajnufljo 


bel,,i 


. bench. plane. 


S)nntl,c 


Cll, 11. 


l£.1)ltM7er] rising auvil. 


aimiffi 


"fen, 11 


bolster or cusiiiou to; 


bench etc 






aj .1 11 f 1 e 


l)iie,;. 


back ot a bench. 


»niifni 


itfter. 


«1. f. S)(lllfl).lltef. 


SB .1 Htm 


iM>. 


»1. iSanmt] hewing. 


SB .111 fill 


elfter. 


1«. a master tradesman. 


SB n II ( in 


effet. 


I. cleaver. 


SB (1 11 1 lit 


re, /. 


/bank.bill;bank.uote; 


SB.iiifje 


ltd, m.) bank post-bill; pi. 


nk-bills. 


bank. 


loies. paper-euireucy, 



SBniitr 
SBnutf 



a,'/. Slalulesorre 
(1, /. full power or I 

lil./- I. ».UltCOll 
.,. the privileges 

111. bank-bill. 

Cll, n. the sellin 



11 public stalls or shambles. 

iirfd)litd)ter, m. a stall-bu 

iffd)iieisev, m. [5i,d)f.] 

[bank 



SB«n(|lift, II. 1. SBniifeifni. 
SB(liitu(iliii(i,/.y , , 
SBdiifvettl), ,n.) """''— >■ 
«anfjnijilina,/. payment in ba 
SBaiitjiiU, »I. stallage. 

J8änE(^cn,/ •>. *-«, p'- -> ■•> > 
J8an8(cin,) i";"'''- 
^antclgefang, ">■ c-ef, pi. 



13'2 



'Ban 

iiging of ballads, balladl 



g. !. ballad. 

©(inf elf rrimcr , »>. (-«. c'- -> 

J« her, peddler. - I II II , /. peddleress. 

aSänMfängcr, m. <-«, pi. -> i. 

, ((J Sönftltdler) , ballad-singer. 2. i 
jetasler, rhymer, small-beer poet. -e\,f. 
illad-singing. 

JBanferott, '«■ <-f«, p'- -« tank- 

iptiy, insolvency, failure; f. SSnut; 



aSanf erctt, a*, f. »autbrücftifl- 
aSanJcvottircv, '"■ (-«. W- -^ 

,ukl..pt, cession.lry- 

jBanferotttrmanöat, >■ <-e''> 

.iliite of bankruptcy. 
35nnecrt, /,„.,_,, p,._e, bastard. 

JBantling,^ 

«aneCtt, " <-'i. pi- -'< banquet. 
SBa'nfier, <»■ (-«,?'. -Si banker; 



^anil, '"• (-««' '• ''»"■ excommun, 
ition. 311 ten - tljull, to put under thi 
in (of the empire etc.); [Kircfcenfl.] Ii 



lory. 3. ban (a public proclamation > 
edict; a mulct or fine iiillicted on a delin 
quent for offending against a ban). 

«niiiibrief, m. ban. 

»nil 11 fill*, i m. anathema, inlerdicl 

i8.iiiiinr.il)l,) eiiieiimitDciiiSeaiui 
fluifce bclEoc". fe" »(inii|7tnl)l oeflei 
(S-illfll ftftlaiijecii , 10 ercomniunicate, to 
anathematize any one. 

<eniinfliid)(iii«l"pteri>niifl . /. ana 
Ihenializalion. 

»nil II fur (I, m. a forest fenced in fo 
game, a preserve. 

SönnnO"f' "■ contraband goods; | 
® tl) 1 £ i (t) ro n n 1 1. 



SBannci', «•. ,-«, v'- -) < 
'banner, »• t-«. p'- -) i" 

«niiiietljerr , m. 1. bann 
5,il)iiti*. 

BonfC, '^^ 'Pl--ni < 

Sanfen, »• <-«. p' -5 



»niillllllfl, m. proscript. 


place where bears are fed. 


«nilllllieile, / precinct (of a juris- 


»Ateilfen, n. beiu-s skill. 


diction). 


Sönt(eil)fen(t)el, m. bear's wort, ba 


»nillimriljlc,/. common mill. 


mony. spignel. spicknel. 


aSnnllBfni, m. common o.en. 


»nreufctt,«. bear's gre.lse. 




SBnteiifi'iljret, »1 l. bearleader. 3 


aSniinfprurt), »i l. sentence of pros- 


loiterer, lounger, lazybones. 


cription. 2. exorcism. [lletll. 


SJntenfiie, m 1. ihe foot oi a bea 


»n nil (lein, m. land-mark; f. ©tenj. 


I. (»Dt.) bear's foot. 


S n n 11 1) 1' fl t ,^ m. a ranger of the fields ; 


SeiireuMft, l..dj adv. like a be 


»niun«ni:t,)f. 5lurfd)ü$. 


aSnrcniuneifl) bear l.ke. 


Snnnii-nnrc,/. f. SBnniioui. 


%httni,«^,\ f bearbailiu" 


Sniiniunlti, ,„. f. »nljiifor fl. 


i8ntenl)cee,5-'- 


!8nnnn)nffer, ii. forbidden water. 


SSnveiiljnut,/. 1. bear's skin or hid 


SSniiniuerf, ti. statute labor. 


2. ± I aut tilt - lieflt" . 1° 1" idle or laz 


aSnniiiDOrt, >i. «n exorcising word. 


»nrenljfiiiter , in. lazy fellow, 


»anncn, »• «■ '• ») (6''""' -■ '° 


drone; lubber; dastard, coward; kna 


put under the ban. b) a) to confine, to fix 


-el, /. idleness; knavery; cowardi 



Sdr 



place, ß) to cast out by exor- 
xpel by magic (spells), (einen 



33ar 



ret. % f. 

,at place 
1 a barn 

paunch ; 



SSanfen, '"■ (-« 

lelly. 

«Bar, adj. 1 bare, naked. 2. t pure 
inmixed. 3. a) adj. -M) ®M, ready mi 
ley. specie, cash; -e »!lll«lnQe, disburs 
nent; -er SBotfttUg, cash advance, b) art 
n cash, ready money. - nurjnljlell 1)6. ll 
,nl)(cn, 10 pay the money down, to pay i 

»nrbcillifl, adj. ado. bare-legged, 
»ntfroil, 1)1. black frost, 
'»nrfug, adj. adv. bare-foot, bar 

iSntfiifJer, m. -, -iiiiiiid), »i. cord 
t, bare-looted tiiar. [fooie 

»ntfÜBia. "dj. adv. barefool, bar 



•Bntfopf, 
»(itföpi 
»nrfniif, m. cash pi 
S8nr|*nft,/. ready 
!8ntf(t)niEelia,o-// 
»ncfcniiuiiö, /. cc 



»flvuotfdjug, m. cash-adi 
»iivjnijitiii!),/. payment i 

95dv, '"• '--"'■ p'- -™> '• 

!ar. -inn, /., a she-bear; ei 



lUliac: 



).9Kenr(1)eM) bear, b) (Suini-cii (iliDiiiBeii 

, pay off debts; g-uuni eiiieii -en nnliin 

en, f. 91 n 6 1 n b e n. 3. [ailtDii.J Der of^fg' 

, ber fleillE -, tlie Greai Bear, the Little 

ear; »ct flroge linb froilie -, the Grea 

nd Lesser Bear. 

<B n C t) e i e 1 , "di. "rf"- { quarrelsoi 

as«c(eM)bill, m. [S8l)t.l bear's woi 

aSncenbei Ser, hi. bull-dog. 

asfirenbeete,/. a bear-skin covertii 

aSnrentcerf, m. (Spanish) liquoric 

aSntenfnnn, m. I bear-catching. 



aSntenjno 6, y. bear-hunting. 

aSiiteutUn, /. [»Dt.J bear's breech 
■ank-ursiue. acanllius. -blnlt, n. tin 
af of the brank-ursine; ['ilvd)lt.] acan 
us. -Si llel,/. bear-thistle. 

»nreiifotl), m. bear's dung. 

»nreiitrnut, n. lady's-foiglove. 

»ti tent ted 6, m. hen-lobster. 

SBnrfeiDinoIte,/. bearlly. 

55iit(ennnü6e,/- bear-skin cap. 

S5ntenol)t, n [Sot.) arcioiis. 

!8nteni)()tlein, n. [SBi-t.] bear's ear 

a3nr(en)pfeue,/. drone. 
»nc(cn)rniipe,/. bear-« arm. 
9Sntenfd)in(ll J, n. bears grease. 



nrciitnppe, ./. i 
2. [aSot.] f. »nrlnpp. 
»ntent(i?c,./. 1. b, 
f. SSntenflnn. 

nrenttnnUc, /. 



SSÖtinnuä,/. 
!Snrnici(lct, i 
»nt(en)muf|-, 



.. l»Pt.: 
«ffi II t in 
f. S9nv 

[»pt-l 



»(itfnn 

nicle. Det itnlieiiird)c -, bear's-wort. 
aSnnuiniic,/ [»oI.) bear-bind. 

»ntraulf, in. I", 'fficfjtipolf. 
»htiuutj, /. [ SpI. J bear's wort; 

35är, "'■ <"'■''' P'- -E' beeile, rammer. 
»aracEe, /■ <P'- -»> '■ barrackt». 
2. a hovel. 

^avante, /■ <p'- -"• 'i'» "k"' °f » 

new-born lamb. [truck. 

«oratttrcu, "■ «• '» i*"'"- -f '» 

aSarattO, "'. -- -Onnsel, »nvnt. 

f) n n c 1 , m . barler. t ""ek. t truckage. 

«BavatriC, ^/.-, »nvnt.lSeel,.] 

«Baratterie, 5 I's^-'ity. 

gSorbaÖOS, "■ l®ePOt-l Barbadocs. 
aSar'bar,) "■■ C-«, p'. -n) l. an in. 
aSarbeX", } habitant of Barbary . f 
35erber , ) Barbarian. '2. barb, bar- 
bary , barbary-liorse. [barian. 
©Orbar , »■■ (-m, p/. -em T i bar- 

of barbarians. [barians. 

Snt tin ten (In in 111, i«. tribe of bar- 

»artora, /■ <-«. -f"«' -■ (O »"'^ 

del) , Barbara, f Bab. 

iSe"r^^:^.«'^B-- 

aSarbarei, / '• barbarism; barba- 
rity 2. .))(. -Etil a piece of barbarity, a 
barb.Trous deed. 

jöarborcsten, p'- (®er*-J '"• 

pirate stales ot Barbary. 

aSarbarifd), "<')■ '• barbarous, 
barbaric. - (o. älni-fvücttn) , barb.irous. 



»ar 



'i3af 



133 



SBarttflviSin, "> i-s, pi -"v ij«r. 
•Bdvbcbcn, " i f. » .1 v b .1 1 ,i. 2 

13,tlli.j liltle barbel. 

.«arte,/ '"•' -"' (Ort)")) '""''''• 
■Savbcnfraut, ) "• (-e^, p' 
?8avbarfraut, [ -nuM) [»nt.] 
-Barbarakraut,) »imer hedge 

GUlsla:^. 

öorbcr, f. »m-sor. 
SBorbicr, m. (-«, p/. -o b.ube.. 

shaver, (1)1«1B.) surgeon, g-clier, bci (5l)h 
niri) uu6 !8nrl)ier i(l, barber-surgeon. 

aänrsicrbeef cii , n. barber's basin, 
shaving-basin. 

a3,it6ierbciitel,y m ra^or pouch or 
«atbierfnrf, j case. [ber. 



rSarbiercn, " <■• »• '» «i'''^'^- ®i* 

- lilJTen, to get or li.ive one's self shaved. 
2. i G i.(Jineni iitict ^CM Sijffei -, to cheai. 
to iiumbug, e to sliave. 

95ardbent, >" .-«,?/■ -o fustian 1 

niouse-sliin. i^fr fence, ijefjpcrie -, di- 

»nrdjenrtiKidjet,^ m. fustian-weav- 
SJ(ird)eiini)ef)Ct, 5 er. [loom. 

SB « r d) E 11 1 fi " 1) I , in- a fustian-weaver s 
aSOrÖC, m. (-n, pl.-M bard. 3u 
-n Ofl)öfl(l ' bardic, bardisli. 

SBarDenoefnilfl, m-t .^ ^^^^^.^^^^ 
35flti>enrie6,n. 5' 
iBntSeiltl)Mm, n. bardism. 

SBären, v.n. m(^,mm.] to be in 

beat. [lOtrtl.J barret. 

j8ar(r)et(t), « >-i,pi--n cap; 

SJar (rjetCti f ru 111, m. haberdashery, 
«org,) barrow. 

aSorinn,/ 'P'- -'») i- »"'• 
«ariton, -" (-«. p'- -" [«'"il 

sBarium, "■ *-*) lei)™ ) i-'^'i"»'- 
aSarf affe , ./. <p'. -n> [-»„t.j long. 

JBaVf C, /■ ip'. -lU harii ; barge. t)iv 
©ilJUlttlümfr ciiur -, bargemaster. 
aSarraC,/- ham,, yeast. 

33armber;tig , <«'./ '• compassion- 
ate, merciful. - Kill, lo show mercy; 
l^r ivnccf - gfflen mid), ye had compassion 
on me; berjcnigc, ii)eld)cr iticu IC- - i(t, 
he that hath pity upon etc.; !lie -ClI Sta- 
tin, charily-friars. 2. pitiful, \. S' 1 1 II D , 
(Srbiir 111 lid). — nrfu. compassionately, 
mercifully etc. —feit, /• compassionale- 
oess , compassion, charity, mercy* 

^artnutter, /. m\at.] womb, 

SSritmutte'teiitjiiiiMMIfl, /. uleri- 



Ȋrniii 
as n r ni 1 



c5f niiiia./|i hys 
cf(f)Uitt, m 5 torn; 



SOrn, '". i-f , ;.(. -e, 1. \. -»(Ill ft 
Nr. 1. 2. manger, crib, I'. Krippe. 
S,iriii'tiget,m.|.firippeiil)eietf- 
asarnilciii, ».. f. »,i((|leiii. 

JBarnabas , "■ samaby. 

SarOt, «"O- haroque. 

jBaromctcr, «., « i-^, pi. -i 

•»ntDlucttvllallt», m. the height of 
^arOmCtrifc^ , "dj barometrical. 

- ade. barometrically 

33rtVOn , '" (-*. P'- -W baron. Zai 
a5iir6iid)eii, f '' '''"' <"■ P^")' haron ; 
6ic -e inäacfnuiuil, baronage, -effe,/. 

baronage, -ifirell, v. a. to create any 
one a baron. -6mätbt,f. baronage. 

JBaronet, >»■ i-«) lenfli.] baronet. 

-saMlViV,/. ba.onelcy. 

rBarofto», >- >-es, p'- -« mm-] 

b.aoscope. -I id), adi. baroscopic. 

Sarofclcnit, •". t-« [•»aiitmi.j.j 

JBarrc,/- 'p'- -»> ) '■ ^ar. 
jBarrcn, »>• i-i-. pi- -4 oi'io-, 

2. [l)Mr.) bar. 

«arf*,5 ' 

«arfc^, <■*• 1- I'arsl.. 2. 1 harsh, 
rude, rough, gruff. - 11)1111, to look sullen. 

— a(/o. harshly etc. 

«art, »■■ <-eä, pi. -ncfc) (rimi. 
i8(il-ld)CII, »(il-ilehl, n.) i. beard. Den - 
ld)ctcn , to sliave ; Tid) »en - fdjcteii no. ab, 
lieljmen Ulfieil, to get or have one's sell 

mutter; 11111 iti itiUjero - ilreitcii , to 

(5-tiiinä unlet (^)^. ill) tic» - faoeii »0. i»er 
feu, to tell auy thing to one's face, b) - 
Ibei gifd)eu ic.i, barb; - leilifi- -Jluito, 
beard; -, [33ot.] barb, awn ; - (nil a(l)mi>, 
beard; -(fei:>jiiil)lie), wattle; -(oiii @.1)lti|': 
I'eO, key-bit; Eier - (ini ®d)i|T, I'MiU- j foul 

asntiberfcn, n shaving-basin. 

Siivibeiger, I m. [3d)tl).] the beard- 

Snttbeipter,5 cd loche. 

ijiittf.ieeu, m. - (bri Sifefteio, barb. 

SSnttflfd), m. LOrt)'!)-] •■ harbel; f. 
»,Ube. 2. bearded remora. 

»ottflicgc,/. beard-lly. 

»attaetev, m. (Drnit^.j golden vul- 
ture, falco barbatns. 

iS lU t c V I'l e , 7. spring-barley. 

?^ii r torn ß, ». beard-grass. 

äJni-tljnnt, «. hair of ilie beard. 

^^'''''''^'^n. bearded v.ildoa,s. 
a}.u-tl,<lfer,J 
3? n r t Ij 11 11 Ö , "I. barbet. 
SJant (lip fell, m. bearded carp. 
»nrifUppe, /- [«(()lt'(T«.] nippers, 
pincers. 

«nctfrn^et.ti) 

»nct'purftVti ) 



uded 



tlofiflfe.t,/ 
eel. 2. the bea 



['Tlilturo.] 1. th- 



•»(irtlllie, /", filbert, 
»nvtfnibc,/. beard-ointment. 
•B(irtrd)ürfel,/. f. »nttberfeii. 
»nrtfcife, /. shaving soap, 
«nttllem, m. comet. 
»(irttUd), II. shaving-cloth. 
'BnrtüDflel, m. ivalile-bird. 

««ttjänalein, 4 '""■'"" 

©arte,/ (pi. -11) I. - (eiiiei; aEiin. 

|M)e«), unprepared whalebon». 2. -, 
(«tt^e, a broad hatchet, f. !8 e i f , 



1.) <^1 



asärtclu, " « [ii 

give the first cropping to etc. 
25 (it(tltud), n. cloth of the first crop- 
ping. [H)el), Bartholomew. 

'Bartholomäus, •»• -, cj Sut. 

?8ärtig , "dj. adi: Ijearded; (»ot.) 

SarUtfc^C,/. (pi. -II) barouche. 

a5art)t,'''-(-£inei)fiil.)baryte,baryla, 
eavy or ponderous spar. 3uiii - flef)örifl 
arytic; fd)i«efelfiintei- uiii! fD()(eiifiiiicer -, 

SSntotcröe,/. heavy spar-earth. 
aj.irDtfpatl), m. lamellar heavy spar. 
JBafatt, m.(-ei, ,</. -e) basalt. SBoii 
, -lid), adj , basaltic, -fonilic], a<{J. 



salt, lö)ep( 
lie tulf. 

«afaltin , 



(dim. a3äSd)CII) 



Safe, /. (pi. 

Safe, /■ 'pl. -II) [Gljem.] base, ba 

58afe(, "■ ((aeugr.J B.nsle. -ec, 

-cmiii,/:, SSnäler,!«., »niSlcrii 

'. an inhabiiant of Basle, -(tout, 

-beere,/, wh 



limbing night-sh 

»afiltcj'/' 



«iid 



weed. 

35afttiEum, » (-i> basn. 

Safiliät, '". (-en, pt. -cii. I. basl. 
.sk, cockatrice. 2. [avtiri] b.lsilisk. 

J8afiliu§,."-B.sii. 

«afin, >"• (-«) [Siniitel] dimity. 
aSaftS,/. (P'- -fell) base; [ardjit.} 
asement. Ifiu 11) Basque. 

^aste, >". (-», pt. -11) </. as (la. 
JBaSreltef, ". <-«, pi. -« low 

J8af , adi,. <■ I. well, very, greatly, 

(Siljr. 2. more; f. »effet. 

oaf, •"• (-(Tf«, pl. -SfTe) ['ffi"!.] I 
ass, b-ise. 2. -, — fleige,/. bass-viol, 
ase-viol; (lie ficiiie -je IQ e , violoncello, 
ie grope -geige, a double bass or base. 



»nNfiai^r, rn. vi„lon< 
SÖOgpfci fe, / bassoon 
Dllbelfnrf) , drone. 



■i:ii 



j^e 



(ring. 



«,lBPt>(<llllle,/. sack 
»nSfniif, /■. base-stri 
39(lBf<i 111] et, in. a bas 
»nßfrfxriffer, m. [-OTiifl b.iss-clef, 

»nei'Picler.m f. »ng Ol.ifet, Son ^^ 
l^ne 111 "line,/, base, voice. 
SBaffa, »>• <-«, P'. -«) [Itirfei] 
,sl,aw . + bassa. 

»affetO), ". (-«)-,-fp,ei,... 



»affin, ". <-«, P'. -«) basin, re- 

SBnfftft, »■■ (-en, pl--m a ba.e, 
bass singer. 

JBaffOn, m. ^-e,pl. -» ba»soon. 

»aft, "■•, "■ (-'«) I. Ibe inner bark 
(of trees), [«Otl liber. "2. bast. 

»a me de,/, bass, bass-mat. bassock. 

23 a |1 () (1 II f , 111. undressed or raw hemp. 

-S Dili) lit, in. bast-hat, tliip-hat. 

»nil 111 a It«,/, bass, bast-cover, bas- 
sock. 

!8a(lf(f)llf), in. basl.slioe. 

■Bnflfeil, n. ) . 

«<,ii,iti<t,,„,r"""p'- 

3).i|liilnic,/ . „ 

SBaftaVÖ, m. i'i, pi- -t) bastard; 
(51rtifl.l bastard. 

«ilfl.ltilnMet, m. horse kile. 

33n lint till tt,/. miied breed; mongrel; 
hybrid, -ij, «i/y. hybrid, liybri. 

SBmlnibillbiflD, m. amorplii 

«nflntupfrniiie,// , , .. 

»(iflntHfjiet.n. ^ '^ ' 

»ildntbuiollc, /. the wool 
of a mixed breed. 

SBaftC,/. tSpifll baslo. 

»aften, «<(/ (made of) ba 

aSafilina,^"'- fimbie-bc 
a3aftniig,i5i"imei- 
aSataille, /• <c' 



»ail 



1. [-ilrdlit.] erection, conslrticlion ; [0,1116. 
iBirtl)f(f).l cultivation, f. Je I 6-, (SJ ,ittcti< 

silk; Set »eta-, 'I'« working of mines, 
mining. 2. (= iBilu.lrt) fabric, structure, 
make, build, conformation, mechauisni 
3. i - (eiiift afeOe ic), sirudure. 4. (= 
®e6nii6e) a) structure , building, fabric 
edifice, b) - (eine« roilCeii Xtfiecei), [IDiliCi 
mfptj hole, cover, burrow, earth. 5. (Jt 
filllt tlllf öeit -, lie was condemned 10 hard 
labor at the fortifications etc. 
a (111 a me, I., board of works- 
Soil (It t, /. structure, form, make; 
archileclure, style; - ^t>t[ ©rfjlffell), build. 
33niintlffel)et, > in. the superinlen- 

iug, of thepnblicwoiks, building-inspector. 
a(lil6i\t, ; n</;. (eiiii6mirtl)|-J) j ar- 
ai1llfi'il)io,5 able, cultivable. 

«n iiSeDntf, "'. ( building- 

^Snililintetiul ieil, n. pl.l materials. 

»mieoireflinm, „. bo.ird of works. 

»rtller^e,/. mould, -soil. 

Sönufiillia, adj. ndv. 1. out of repair. 
(Jilie -e 'Cti'trfe cti. ■TOniicc ic, a dilaj 
ed 1 ridge or wall; ein -ei Sfnili I'D, 



tie. 






»atainon, »• (-«, p'-t, battalion. 

»ntatC, /. <)>'• -11) sweet potato; 
pi. batatas. 

»atatoiftl, n.(-«)(®eoat.| Batavla. 

»atöeiiael, «- (-«> [?iot.j ger- 

uiander. 

»atftorben, -«• r. «ntotDen. 
.»(iting, >"• (-«/ ?'• -•■' - »n. -«• 

Ijöljet, pi , [«(It.) blits. mil »le -r 

l"rf)blfleil (tlilä >3Illfi'rtiltl), (o bill (the cable). 

'Sä till (Id 6 (1 If en, m. the cross piece 



'Battllfl6rcl)l,10, in. bitter. 
iSi>till(J«rp"t,/. step of the bitt-pius. 
»atifl, m. (-e^ p<--c) [3ii6ii|lt.] 
itist. -en, a,IJ. made of batisf. 

»attevie,/. <p'- -»> i. a) [-wiiit.] 

»tlery. ©iiit - etri(i)eii, to throw up, to 
■ect a battery; eine ttitenbc -, a troop 
f horse ailillery. b) [-ront.) battery. 2. 
Pliijf.) eine riefttifcfte, fldliniiiifdje -, an 

aSilttetiefeite, /. [■OKnt.J broadside. 
»ai^en, ">■ (-«, P'. -> l. I-Wnnjn..] 
it, b.a«. 7. ii&vt,(it-, he is rich. 
'Bail, in. (-'f, pi. -e, »line, 2}niiteti)| 



i. i decayed, -feit, /. a ruinous stale 

decay, dilapidation. [din, 

!8aii|el6, n. a field In cultivation, ii: 
aänuflefniiflene, m. a prisoner set oi 

condemned to work on or at (the) forti 

fications. 

»nuaeifl, in. 1. spirit of building. '}. 



/».at 
,Jiuere< 



innuffelier. 
iBnilf)Of, ,11. timber- 
!8nt;^ol), 11. timbei 
-:!}aiift)f]eii, J. pi. 
»(infinnl,/. archi 
lies. But - .icl)iJtifl, I 

»nilfiillllli), adi. 
chitectoiiic. 



»ni 



pi. 



».inlirf,,«,^. 3ii -cm Smluiiiie a-l;,il- 
U, to keep in (proper) repair. 
!U (111 I nil, /. fondness for building, 
ifl, <ii(;. ado. fond of building. Set 
ide, a great builder, 
iöillimeillet, in. architect; builder. 
«nupliiii, m. f. «unrig, 
»(lltpln?, in. I. gionnd plot, bnild- 
ing-plot, building-giouud. 2. f. 35 mil) of. 
iSniltilti), in. a board of commissioners 
for public buildings, board of works; a 
member of such a board. 

!8niltlg, >n. plan (fororofa building). 
'« ,1 Ufa it f 11 , '.pi. building. concerns. 



«ail 

«niir,l1l6, in. sand used in building, 
lorlar-sand. (board of works. 

«iiitf(()rei6et, m. cleik of or to a 
S8(luf<t)iile, /. academy of architec- 
a3(lllf(f)Ut(, in. rubbish. [ture. 

«nü,H't*l;.?(-':f- «"•""'> '>'^^•■• 

aänulleüe,) ""■ 

SSnuaein, m. stone for building, free- 



Saud 


»ff 


m. f. 93niiDcö(itf. 




«nurt 


<tit 


,/. ((. asntimn 
ia,"rf>.5»(iiii»„f(,. 


le. 


»nufi- 


rf)t 




»(inti 


tn 


nntiig,arf/. orf». skilled in 


building-c 


nee 


rns. 




»nuue 


tiu 


liter, m. steward of 


any 


architectu 


al 


board etc.; ,7. f. « n u ,1 


11 f. 


"»«'ill, 


at 


in- buildiu.-overseer. 




23 (1 11 10 


ctf 


, 11. building. 




» (1 II lU 


efe 


n, n, architecture. 




23niii» 


Iff 


nf(f)nft, /. f. 95(1 iifn 


irt. 


93 a II IB 


1") 


, /. rage oi- ,nania for bt 


lid. 


»nuje 


11(1 


f. 93nnilL-ff. [ 


"a- 



»nniiet(lil)',m.f m'en".""" 

»aUc6, 1". <-e«, pi. »(iil(f)e) 1. belly 
3tlm-eGel)i'i-i!!, [-Jlitnt.] abdominal, gastric 
celiac; feinem -e Die i.en , feinen - uüejeii, 
t to pamper one's belly, 'i. f _ (eiiu'l 
Sliif^e, Ciiiite lt.), belly; - (eine« ®rf)ifi 
fei5), bottom; - (eine« SeoelS), belly, Ql 
lien - iii,id)en ob. Ijnöcii, to belly, to bunch 

33nn(()bef(l)raeröen, /. pi. a com. 
plaint In the bowels. 

93(llld)DI,ifio, adj. broken-winded. 

i8nurt)6tud), in. [(Tflit.J gaslrocele. 

»au(()6iittc,/. f. i.iitrr 9äiind)e. 

!8(lMd)C0llipteffc,/. truss,belly-band. 

!8niid)Dcrfen6Iut,iöetn, /. pi. 
[?limt.J ihe epigastric veins. 

»<ind)i>e>feiif(()f,ii],iDetn, /. pi. 
(«nat.J the epigastric arteries. 






/■., 93,1 



!ö 


11(1) ft 


II, n. 


[•Jill 


lt.] periton 


eum. 


23(iud)f 


tt, u. 


sue 








93 


ii(f)f 


tiet. 


n. gastri 


feve 




93 


" d) f 


niic, / 










93(1 


11 (()f 


ofie',! 


/• V 


entra 


fin. 




9i, 


ud)f 


Dffet 


in 


P'. 


Od)»)-) abdo- 


«, 


iid)fl 


ig, in 


lie 


tery 






93, 


nd)fl 


riffiO 


«dj 


. liei 


leric. 




«n 


ucDfU 


rmio 


ad, 


.ado. 


like t 


e belly. 


Sd 


MlDfl 


aeno 


J. 


(9lii, 


r.J D 


e obere, 


little 


re, 11 




epigastric, u 


nbilical 


ypogastric 


region 








[belly. 


93 


Ultfl 


fdjlBl 


1(1, 


/. a 


tumor in the 


93n 


iid)flotliiii|jeii 


i'- 


pt. 


[TOdt.J 



«iuid)i) tint men, n. colic, belly-ache, 
gripes. 

93,iMrf)i)urf, in- 1. girdle. 2. - (6ei 

rap of a girlh. - | d) il ,l I le , /. buckle of 
giclh. 

»nii(<)l)nut,/. f. 93(Ui(f)fell. -eiit. 
in 6 lino,/, peritonitis. 

93(lud)l)l)l)le,/. abdominal cavity. 

B, 111 rf) fuel D til, n. griping, gripes. 



43 a II 



35aii 135 



■».UKDfr.inipf, ,n. colic, il 
-».i,id)lMiie,/. [Slimt.l lii 



[...„.. 



3.111(1) nuiifel, 1)1. [Mllilt.) abdoniina 

«aiirt)Mfri'(e), m. (-ilnnt.i abcioniii.n 
rvc. tdriac-, f. 'W i I J f II rt) t' (1 

■BrtlKftlierueilttilllt, mlj. hypoclion 
•»■UKtiiEruenftniifljeit, /. kypo 



drias 


«;f. gKilj 


■11 dir. 




» 


uri)iieri>e 


mi 6 el, n. pi. h 


ypodioii. 


driac(.-.l) complai 


lis. 




35 


1 lid) off nil 


ia./-l6i)it.lg=' 


liolomy. 


-B 


iurf)reO<n 


er, «1. venlrilo 


qui-st, t 


g.-lsCr 


loqilise. - 


ei, /. ven.riloq 


lisin, t 


ventr 


loquy. 






35 


uirt)neme 


II, m. girdle, be 


t; belly. 


band 


- (fiir «üferoo, girili, girt 




■s 


iurf,r.n,j, 


m. fJllhU.I a 


duiiiin.il 


ring, 


inguinal ri 


'§• 




« 


iiKbriMiiie 


,/. f. -8,1 lid) 111 


9 


•» 


uid)|ri)nif 


rjcil, m. pi. f. 


«illldii 


(Itiu 


Ml en. 






35 


inri)|M)Mii 


r,n..r. 33,111 d)5 


■f 1111 11,1. 


25 


inrill (1)111 e 


If 11, 11. a sw 


Hing of 


the b 


lly. 


[domin 


al gland. 


« 


nrtiipeid) 


elfriife, /. |-3I 


int.] ab- 



a3,llld)|1id), m. leijir.) lapping, para- 
:nte.„is, t paraceufesy. 

33nil(i) \i\ict , in. I. meat front llie belly, 
-lly.piece. 2. |-ffl,lr.l lloo,Mi,„ber. 

«,uid)iUel, ... f. 3.iniid)fr,inf()(it. 

»,iud)ro,ifrecfiid)t, /". [-We».) asci. 
s. 3ii ciiiet - oel'Srin . asciiic(al). 

35,iiid)i«,ifreriild)ti,), «.Ij. (-»;,!,. | 

35nnd,n),iid)C,/. f. 35,iiid)e. 

35 mid) II) ell, ... bellyache, pain in il,e 

nveU. colic. Iverteber. 

«.l,ld)iuirl)el, i»i. (^llint.J abdominal 
45 ,1 II d) w 11 11 1> e .y. a ,vonnd in llie belly. 
•B.llldlmnrm, m. (3oi-l.l ascaris ,p(. 



■»,uid)f,M;,/. 1 

'Bii II d)ti litte, f / biick(ing)-lnb. 

«,iii,1)(iit'fr, m) 

'Baildjeil,/ "■ «■ t" make proliiber 

58aud)i'n,^ ■•">'■ •" i-eiiy ,ont). 
?8aitd)ig w "''J- ''<^'ir">s: l»", ic.i 

^SnUcJ)il^,^ bellying, bellied; - (UOll 

iDlni'iTii), convex, - itiii oil. mor(eii , Ic 

belly, — adv. conveily. 

^aUt^Ung ,^/. bellying ; conveiily, 
aSäUttntng,^ t convexness; ['Jlr: 

d)it.l sivelling 

58nuen, •<■ >•. i. leindi mn to - 

tocnilivate, 10 lill; -, [TOn] to «ork, 

^Baiien, ■>. «• i. o?(inf.tic.) -, k 

build, to construct, (o frame. (S.tiffci 



fold; em ijroMec SieOlj.iSer iUMii -, a greal 
builder; (9?e|ler !c.) -, to build; Prov. 
•3i)\i!\lt ill eit üiifl -, to build casiles in 
the air. '2. ± 2001)1 j]e[>,iut (I), q^tnüiieii), 
well made, well shaped. — i>. ii. f 'Jdlf 
feinen UD. etilKl«) -, lo rely on elc. 
depend on o,- upon elc. to trust lo , 

(up)on etc. 

aSauei', "• "'• (-ä, pi- -> - 35 D 
Malier, ">■ <-i, c'- -"> '• i""-i' 



.jack; [«d),l,1,iV.l pa 

ified manners, 
iietbeiujel, ,„. 1. ,i 



töill, ,.1, f. 35,inui 
c6ivlie,/, country-l 



etl)(in«d)eii, h,^ a peas 
erljütte./. ^ tage. 



3niicvfne,1)i, m. a fan 
liei'fl boy, Held'laborer. 



I III el, 



snnt girl. 

»nilerinnail, /. a farmer's maid. 

'»niiernieiifd), n. romp, hoiden. 

tom-boy. [pensaiiiry elc 

33,1 net II feil, n. counlry-feasl. 

!Snueriifie£ilet, m. cat-gut-.scraper. 
fiddler. 

aSniieriifteiiii e, m. a friend to or Ol 
the peasantry etc., tlie farmers' trieiid. 

25(1 iicrilfrol) lie, /. feudal service ol 

93 ,1 11 er II 1) 1) d) ( e i t ,/. country-wedding, 
»diiernflei», ... ^ couniry-dress, 

«,iiieriiflei6iiiiii,y^ rustic dress. 
33llliernfort, /. 1- connlryman'.s diet. 



35 ,UI er 111 I en, n. a ruslic ballad. 

35 n II er II re,] fl, /. peasant's proverbs 
»(iiierii|d)enPe,/, country lap.bouse 



35,iiieriipl,i(fer, S ' "•'""""'"• 
25niieriireiif, ..., 125pf.] field bastard 
[of peasant. 
aSniierni-ltlfll, /. pi. the .nanner, 
23lllierilfd)er,(,J m. a low or coarse 
93niifriifpn6,5joke. 
25aiicriifpr,id)e,/. couniry-dialect, 
»niletlldnilti, „.. l. condition of a 
■asant elc. 2. peasantry. [sauts. 

25(luernt,lll), .... the dancing of pea 
33,iiieriitr,id)t, /. f. 25,i ii er ii f lei. 



istic people, 'i. t coiinnoii people. 
25auerDflid)tio, «dj adt,. lia 

«niier|-,1),lft,/ pe.as.antry. 
Son iieräiiinii 11, (p(. 25(iiier«leiiti 
SSniier; pt. rnsiic people, co 
■opie. [ 

23,llier|1nlJ, ,n. coarse and , 
a3,iuerl5l pel, sillydown. siupii 



25,iiievracrf, ... Wural eco 

ajniieriucfrti, n. ( nomy; hu. 

SBnuCVinn,/. <;>'• -en) r. »,iiicrn 

«aiierifcO,^ ^dj. I, rusUcCal), m- 
aSflUVifd), ^ ral, agreslic. ?. f rus- 
tic, clownisli. S,iä -e, -e ÜDeieii, rustl- 
city, trnslicnluess, clowuishuess. 3. [3!r. 
,1)11.) ruslic. -ti <IBer(, ruslic work; -c 
Octilllllla, ruslic order. — ado. rustically. 
»nuerliff), «dj perlalninlng to 

aSaUin, m.(-e^, pt. 25,iuiiie) 1. 135i)t.) 
tree; f. Obft- If. ». 2. [Ied)ll.J a) tree; 
beam; b) |<HJel).) beam; c) - (int einem 
^(ifell), bar, bouni; d) sliafl (of n coachl, 
IliilU e) (^Ked),) arbor, sliaft. 

a Iree, like a tree. Iree-like, having li.e 
Sniiiiinnieife,/ hoise-ant, 

«B.UlUKlrtio, adj. adv. like a Iree; 
arboreous, arborescent, -frit, /. [-Vtr. 
lirr.lla.] arboiescence. 

% 11 II III (1 ,1 11 , m. 1. the inner baik (of 
a Iree). '2. bomb.asiu. 

25llliniblüte, /. 1. blossom of trees. 
2. blossoming scHson, [<8ot.) florescence. 

35,111 mbr,iiiEi, in, blight. 

»(luuibrud),) 

25nnni,Mll, \ •"■ -'"^'"'<"< «ooi. 

^"""'f,.V;'"''\^«''>-"i."lfalleu. 
33,1 mil fall I, J, S 
35,iiimf.ilf, .... hobby. 



13G 



23au 

iiifnrn, m. (»ot.J common poly- 

iu-flc(t)tc,/. trec-liclien. 
imflbie,/. |. »nuiuvfeiM. 
inif6rniia, "itj <•<><>■ havinj the 

imfrnS, m. canker 
imfrud)t,/. fruil. [walk 

I Ul fl (1 II - '«• alley, avenue, siiatlj 
lUlflOMf, /. («It.irfl.] bernacle, 
e (goose). [0 .IV ten 

I 111 out ten, m. orchard; |'. O B |1 
imflSttner, m. nursery-man 
-gardener. -Cl,/. f, » n 11 111 J 11 d) t 
llllfldIT, ,n. 



a.ini,mDl)E,/ 
imiiimpDe,/. I 

,1111 flCl. nun r, „. espalier. 

inioiPfcl, in. top or head Ol 



,/■ 



eperjf.Sd 



.|Jtill^, m. 1. SSnumfled)ti 
11 HI r Alice. [tree: 

iflVliPPe, /'. clniiip or group . 
lUjncfev, in. lOniitI).] "ooi 



*i'ljc), r 
» (1 u 1 
Soil III 



1 1, e (t e , /. hedge. 
Iljlppe, /■. lopping-; 
1 1) I'd), mlj "'/■•- 



If nf et, in. garden-beetle. 

I f At) II, m. canoe. 

ifaiitiij, ntij. (Sotilro.) - (POili 

ouud. 

I f c 1 1 e r , /. press. 

ilfteO», m. canker. 
ifllllDe,/. deud.ology. 
1 1 II 11 , udj. uilv. f. a} (1 11 ni 1) i> d) 
ilnilfer, m. [Oruitlj.] creeper, 

I ler d>e, /. wood-lark. 

UiMioc,/. I". >»iiiiiiiflcd)te. 
'""""'■'/ tree mallow 

lllintl,/. mast. 

■llllieffet. 2. in. dendrometer. 



M<ii)i- in- p'"p> »"»y- 

jfeife,/. [©nrteiif.l bud. 
jfUlIiimo./- plantation. 



SS n II 111 p f I ml e r , ... mummy ; f.« II II 111. 
nd)ä. 
»niimpicf er,.i..(Driiitl) ] «ood-pecker, 

»"""'•"')■ l,„ ^„nnc 

ion II ill I'd) 111 (1111 111,^ ■ '°' 
SJniiiiiprtrre,/. press. 
iBnuuiriiuCe, /. »tuifo.- dandruff ol 
ees. (woody 



So (ill 111 I'd) I 0, m. [-OJdii. :c.J foliage. 
»,niiii|d)ne(fe,/. hedge-snail. 
a5iiumfd)llitt, .n. pruning, lopping 
clipping. 

!»aiiiiifd)ri)I(r, m. stag beetle. 



iiasiii. -iimeliei 
a a 11 Hi I) .1 (f e t. 






imtintP, adj. adv. vigorous, robu 
iiii(ieifler, .«. f. 3änuiiil;o(f t 



SnillMIU(ltlii',y. Ilyii.g liug, iree-bug, 
»numiunrter, .«. ranger; |. JfurH- 



n, made of cotton ; -II e « (Sum, -ii fl n t ii, 
Mttti, n. coltongrass. -u p fl n n j Mil o, 



velvetee 



Mt.f- 



wiUo 



'11,/ pi. 

ii(r,s. -II 

ijeui], " 



cards cotton. 

ajnunnuoiKciijHiebcrei, /. cotto. 
mill, collon-(nianu)factory. 

23(11111111)011 id) t, adj. cottony. 

i8(lUniH)Dllfn"ll»t/ in- velveteen 

!Snuiin»i)llfpiiiiiiii.ifd)iMe, /. co 
ton machine, spinning jenny or mule. 

«Bniimroiirjelfniiflcr, m [«ot.) ye 

!SOUinilld)t,/. culuire of trees. 

^dumci^en, »■ <-«. p'- -> " "•»" 

»aumCl, f. Sin 111 HI el. -11, f.SSdir 

aSaumcnw " "■"■ ®'* - '"• ^f" 



Sea 

,iiiiii IIe6er|"d)lni]eii -, to rear an end. 

Saunten, "• "• [^BniCmfpt.] Die jc. 
fin mil et ic. , the etc. takes a tree, lakes 
to a tree. — v. a. I. (5?ellic.) -, to fasten 
by means of a long pole. 2. 19Bell.] to put 
on the beam, i. Ql II f li li u mr II. 

Säumig, «'U wooded, planted with 
irees, woody. [tree. 

Shumtcin, «■ i-^, p'- -) « «man 

aSaurif^, |. iSnnerifd). 

SBauSbatf, m. (-.S, pi. -bade) a 
cliubhy-ci.eeked person, -e II, /. p/. chubby 
cheeks , blubber-cheeks. 

Sausibätfifl, '"'.;■ adv. chubby, t 

chuh-faced, f cliiib-clieeked. 

JBaUfd^, '"■ (-f«, P'- «(illf(()e) 1. a) 
bolster; pad. - (ail ÄleiCeni) , pad. bj 
[gljlr.i pledget, compress. Q. lump. 311 - 
u.3S(ifleii (uetfniifenic), in or by the lump, 
by tlie bulk. 

i8(lllfd)nl)lllid), adj. adv. resembling 
a pad. resembling a bolster; ['JdKlt.J 
splenic. 

Sill llfd)f nilf, .n purchase in the luu.p. 

S8äuf4>*en, »■ <-«, p'- -) => nttie 

bolster; a little pad; a pillion; [Sljir.] 
compress, pledget. (out. 

SBauflftfn, v- n. t« bunch, to stick 
SaUftÖtg, '"'J- '"'•'■ bunchy. 

«Saufe, /• <p'- -«> (Will., mt>>).] 

S8flt)ian, i- ^ouinn- 

aSnsen, "• «- -, «'• " >'Ji- ©irf) -, 

10 box, to ciilT. Due -, boxing, pugilism, 
blows, o fisticuffs; jiim -gel)Dti(i, pugi- 

SOjeV, "'.(-«, pi.-) boxer, pugilist. 

S8a»K., I »111. 
a3attonnct(t), i- söoioiuiet. 

aSeObfctjieÖCn, l- iBetnUfdne. 

«eabficfetcn , j " ■'• «> """ »i 
«eabfic^tigen,) ^ic-, to have m 

view, to purpose. Dct 6 e n li fi d)t 1 a te 
3nie(t, the end proposed. 

aSCnC^tCn, i'-"- '<> atlend to etc.. 10 






II,, (adj.adv 
fM0,5 of nolii 



aSeoSevn, •>. a. to vcm. 
iBeamtc , / '>•■ (-". p'- -»> '""' 

beamtete, S tionary, official, a ci 
il officer. 
aSeanitcn, "■ "■ "> commission 

aScangften , / "•"• to disturb, t 
SBeijngftigen , V»fn'="'' "• ''»"" 
S8eangfttgung,/'>"''ie'yi«"e"isi 
aseantworten, " « "> ^"s»"- 
aSeantworter, •••■ i -^. p>- -) »" 

SeantitOrtlid), '"'J. answer.-lble 
SeOntltJOrtUng , / answering 

nswer. Die jiipiirfoiiimeiiöc - , [9il)et. 

rolepsis, prolepsy. -ä (d) t e i dell , n. ; 



Seanutavtf*aften, 



(Sil 



93ea 



or expecuncy. [wrought etc. 

Searbettbar, «-ij 'i'»' "■n be 
SBcarbciten , ■>■ ■■ '• ciBcMiie, 

Spotj. SEDpIle !C.) -, 10 work; (bai ^e\b} -, 
lo till, to cultivate. 2. ± a) teilte SCifftHi 
fiftoft)-, lo cultivate; (n)ifTenf(f),ifili(()e ®e= 
8Hi(l(in6e) -, to treat, b) (gliitni -, «) to 
work. /J) to belabor, c) ScrqfaUiq - , u 
elaborate; fprafältii] B ent I) ci ret , elabo 
rate. - V. refl. SO) -, |. (irt) «enni^en, 

Bearbeiter, »> (--*, »>'.-) on. 
93earbcitung,/-V wn.kiug; cui 

ing: working. 

J8earfl>üo6nen , ". «. to suspect 
-Bcarten, <•• " '<> cultivate, to tin, 
JBenufftt^tigen, •> <■■ to oversee, 

Beouftragen, f«. to commission. 

to authoriie. &ineii - mit !c. , to charge 
agent, deputy, coniniissary. comniLssioner 

»eaugeln, -• "• i° ogic. 
JBertugenfc^cinigen , ■. « to 

'Bcaugcnfc^einigung , / in- 

Beba^en, <■■ ••■ («Mr.j to b,.oy. 
Bcbdlfamcn , r- a. to b^im. 
aSebdnSern, '•■'■■ '» ■■'rf»rn »ith 

jBcbartenw ■■■ "■ '" """'^i' "i"' 
Bebcirten/ " hearj. 
Bebauen, "■ i- i- i(Jine »niincrii^) 

-, to build upon or ov^r elc. 2. to culti. 
vate; i. 91 n 6, men. 

Beben, "■"■ '■ '" treml,le. to shiver. 
to .■iliake, to quake, to rock. Set Siille ic. 



Bebrun jen, o r. Sr 
Bebrüten, <■ «• i 



old ( 



tremulous; ^,l«-, 6ie 95 c (mi it o . [^fjO 

2. to tremble, to fear, to shrink. ajorSdlflfl 
-, 10 siirink for. with or from fear. 

Beber , ■"■ i-s , pi. -> i [Or 
Bebcjug , '"• i-f«, p'- -üdoy^M. 

Beberefclje,/. ipi- -id r. a«pc. 
BebtlJern, ■■ « t» hang with pic 

tures t(.stone) 

Bebimfen, » « to mbwithpumic 
Bebtnfcen, '>■'■•'■ to bimi an over 
Bebifamen, ■>■ - to .seem wi.i 

musk, em b c IM r.1 111 t e r ®f(f, a lop. beau 
spark. 

Bebtattern, -. « to fumish win 

le.ives. SSebl.itterr, (»or.] foliate. 

Bebledjen, '■ «. to (cover witio nn 
Bebleten, ■> ■■ «o lead. 

Bebli^Cn, ■•■<-. I. to eledrily. 2 
f.'llnMi^en. 

Bcblumen, v. a. to nourish, t, 

cover with nowers; to sprig. 

Bebtuten , «■ «. to besmear will 

BcbofelCn, '.a. to line with planks 

to pl.ii.k. 

Bebomben, r. « m bombard. 
BeborJen,/ ■• « to adorn «in 

BebDrtCn,5 lace, to trim with lace 
to lace. [border 

Bebrämen, »• <■• (KieiJer;-, tc 



Bebung, i. »et-e... 
BcbürJen, ». «. i. to load, to bi 

den. 2. 1 - mil K., lo burden with etc. 
iäS:l""^— tbosky. 

Becafftne,/ <-pi- -»> snipe. 

BCfftCr, '"■ <.-i, pi- -> Crfim.»frt)i 
t^etl , 'I.) I. cup. bowl, goblet, chalice, f 
beaker. - (Jllin SCÜtfflll ) , dice-box ; - 
[9Iilt»n.l cup; -, [Sot.] cup; tai -ifteii 
[»ut.J little cup. 2. ein - »leric , a mu{ 
of beer etc. 

S8e(l)erblume,/. burner. 

■SetDctform I ,], adj. arfr. cup-shaped 

33c(tier rtftiunm III , m. cnp-mushrooni 
»ecberruiel, it. juggler's tricks win 
cups. 

Betfecrn, "• »• to tope, to uppie. 

BetfCn, "■ (-«, pl. -) 1- basin, gjle 
toarne«-, i^Buf.] cymbal; it. gong; - 
eilicä §a(ellä. basin of a port, wet dock 
3. [-Jlnat.] pelvis. 

»etteiibiini', n. (•Hunt.) ligament o 
the pelvis. [trie vein 

ajerfenbliit.iOet,/. [•'liinr.J hypogas 

!Becfeii|5rniia. "dj. adv. having th< 

Secfenoeflcil)!, «■ IJI".".) the hy 
pogaslric ganglion. 

<8etteiil)crr, m. almoner. 

ScrfenpiiU.ifet , /. (<!lii,it.J liypo. 
gastric artery. 

SBerfenfil)lnfler, m. I. tinman. 2 
[•TOul".] cymbal-player. 

«cif Clllfld), m. basin. 

Bebacfeen, "■ «• '" '»"f 
Besatzung,/- roofing. 

Beöac^t, '«■ l-fW ^Blt-, conside. 
ralely, deliberately; - nel)mcn flilf !C. , to 
take into consideration. 

SeCotfttIO«, adj. inconsiderate, -adii. 

Beöac^t , «''./■• "dv. - icui ,inf It., 



Bebdc^ttg , ) «dj. considerate, de. 
BeftacljtUcI),'^ liberate, circura- 
BCba(^tfam,)spect. discreet. - 



peclly. 



elly. 



Betonten, » «a d 

X IC. -, to thank any one 
:cline with thank.s etc. 
BeJarf, m. l-e« m. 

.int, demand (of etc.). 

BeCauerltc^, i »< 

Be&auern, '-■ (fJ"" 



Bcöaucrn, 

»ebau'ert,n„*,«rVtl,, ( Jptrable 



!Set 137 

BeSetfeln, ■■. a. to furnish wuh a 
Befcctfen, t,. «. i. to cover. Si* 

jpert ! be covered. Sir ! pray put (or keep) 
on your hat! (in Sebecttec {aong (tn 
®ätten) , arbor ; 6 c 6 e ct t c r Wt<s [Je. 
[\umi\l.] covert-way. 2. i a) 3". e i» e tf t 
(TOlll i^imiuel), clouded, oveicasi. b) to 
cover; [TOilit.J to escort; [üHnr.J lo con. 
voy. 3. [älilron.] to obscure. ^. [iCiifiii. 
fpr.J to cover. 

BefccdEung, j- i. covering. 2. ± 

[•Milit.J escort; [^K,lr.] convoy. 3. [Je. 
Iluilcjjll.] epaulemcnt. 4. [älllroil.] occul 
tation. 5. f. actfe, »ettüfcff. 

■BeKeifungSfifiiff, 77. convoy (-ship,. 



Bebeic^en, ■•. 
BebcU, I. J5cM 
BetcnEen, *'•• 



Ml in one's will. - v. r 
lo advise with one's self. 
Sid) iiiiiietp -, lo alter or 
lind; fiil) einefi 33c(Tmi-, to 
;lf belter; (id) cuifö -mittels • 
ipedient; fid) li6tt :c. - , 1 
c, to consider ; fid) lilllije - 
if) 1)111 mi» ^el- -, to fluctua 



Olid) ■ 



etn 



BeCenfen, 



(Stiuaa) 



iitation . scruple, doubt. - trdijeil , to 
uple . to hesitate, to doubt; fid) ein - 
d)cn liberie, -tragen üdei-ic, to scruple 
•tc, about etc.; (jeiiet -TOiiiiio ttci(jt teiii 
jll tc. , makes no scruple of elc. 3. ad- 
e. em - eiiiljMfn (bOii einer ■^iifiiltnt 
, to take advice; ein II;eti|Dijifd)cä -, tlie 

»eBenfjeit,//- time for consider- 
•BeSenFfcifl,) ing. 

BeÖCn?Uf^, <"'/• "di: l. "ice. de- 
ne. Die iaild)e 1|1 l)Jd)|l -, the mailer 
requires mature reQection. 2. hazardous, 
cious , critical. 3. - (f. !j;er|'t)licil), 

t, /. 1. scruple, scrupulous nicety, 
fastidiousness, scrupulosity, -en tjaben, 

BcSeuten, »«• '• to signify, to 

iclare. 2. al to set right; b) lo enjoin, 
direct, er mü fid) iiid)t- Inffen, he will 



BcSeutcn, 



ugur, 10 forebode or presage, 
nporlance. Sr !l,lt %d)riS JU 
aller, it does not signify, it Is 
uence; ei Ijill l-icl iu -, il i» 
sequence, of great moment; 



138 ^J3ob 



t ■)liiii,il)me, IJp.iiirfl) >|i 
ice. -, [(Mrniniii-, fcgifj i 
adc. conilitioiiiilly. Iiypo 
jiifi"iii|ti,]e 3cit, coiulitic 



See 



SBcbcutfam, <"'/ significant, si 

:alive, (full of) meaning. - «r(.>. •■.ig 
mily elc. -ffit,/. imp.., tance. 



lion, 


■leaning. 


2. - 


(1 


fill 


sign. 


piesage, 


augl 


ry 


pro 


5Bor 




11 a- 


3. 


COM 


porta 


,ce. (fin 


q»n 




I'll 11 




consider» 


lion. 


of 


impc 


stand 


"g- 








■8 


O f 11 1 u 1 


ill 


c 


,1 ,u 


« 


Dentil 11 


flSiD 


iS 


s « 



S8cBini3unc<, /- 



JBe&ornen, "• 

thorns. I. iVin bti 
the Ihorny pntli of el 

aScöraiigeti, 



iBeöicncu , 



serve, to attend. (S-ilUMl -, gilieill t)e6icilt 
feill (nl« 5llll«illl , 'Jlrjtic.), to allend on 

any one. 2. i a) ((Jillc Siri1)fl -, to do ihe 
duty of, to serve; cm -lliut -, to fill an 
office; ein ©tiirt i)6. OJeirtjilft -, [91riitl.] 
to serve a piece, b) giuf S.U'l'e -, [finr. 

— o. refl. I. ®it() 3l■lllnll^« oD. riiiet ©n(t)e 

(irf) einer ©(id)e -, to avail one's self of 
etc.-, firf) 6et ®ilffleiil)cit -, 10 p.ofitby 
die occasion. 1. - Sic fitl) (del tifdji'), 
lielp yourself. 

»ebiCnfiCn, " "• l» confer an em- 
ployment on etc., 10 appoint. ^IllSe: 
Dien liefet, (civil) officer, place-man. 

SBeöiente, '«■ (-", >-'• -m '• ^ei- 

altendant. 2. (civil) officer, f. S3 e ,i in t e. 

SeDientCllfleiD, n. servant's livery. 

»ebicnreiiilube,/. ( servant's 

«eDienteiiiiinmiM-,«. ) room. 

ajeÖieilUng, /• '■ service. alt.n- 
dance. 2. - (ill fiiu-iii TOirtljiljnnfe) , ac- 



lendants. 4. employmen 

tifl.l - IDC« ©efcDllOe«), service, sei 

aSefcing, >". (-a, ,,/.-,., r. ss. 
I) II 11 a- 
aSeöingfn, '>•■ «». "• "• '■ '« 

dition. to stipulate, i. ((S-iiie Slrbeit i 

elc.°ieill ®(()ijf)-, to charter, i. a, 
,,lf, *)R,1I().] 10 suppose, to presiij 
h) [(Stainni.) -», (I't'ii SBiiiDeiuin-ieni) 
ditional. 

SBi'Cingnife, "• (-m«. pi- - 

'Beoiiio" no- 

JBettngt, "'O- conditional; 



5. (3lv 



.squeeie. 2. i lo oppress, to dislres 
lOtnilflt, in distress; in difficulties. 

35eörangcv, ",. i-e, pi. -> o 
Scörängni^, /"■ (p'- -f\'> »pp'i 
jBcBvängung, /■ oppression; 

^BCÖräuen, ? f. »eürnDen. 
SeÖVOÖCn, "• "• - mir IC-, 10 "I 

»eÖrOtlltCft, "äi. a,h. nienaci, 

Scövutfen, "■ "■ 10 print. 

»CSVÜden, -• « <o press; 10, 

)8e&rÜ(fei', m-'.-C-, pt-jopprcss^ 
»eÖriitfnig, /• oppre.s.sion , vei 

aSeöi'ütfung,/- «c'- -<»> i- -' ' 



aSCÖÜftCn, ».«. to perfume. 10 

jBföiingen, "«vio dung, lorn 
aScBiinren, "• '»np. 'Wiis oi 

e Dil 11 ft, it seems or appears t 
etlilnk.1 (fret, melhought) , 1 lliit 
links I (to myself); firf, - l,l|Ten, 
F opinion. 

gjeöünfcn, "• ^-n opinion. 

>6 -i, nnd) meinem -, in my o( 

JBeÖiinftcn, •• «• lo cove, 

aSCÖU^PfCn, ■' "■ 10 dab. 

^cBiirfen, "• " » einer ä, 



tibiflt 



■Kusroije. deposition, affidavit. 

aSeciBigung,/ swearm 
aSccifevn, "• reji. eirf) - 

one's self; m anii MneetOe 

aSeeiacnfcfeaftcii, .'-«. 
_ beeilen, " <•■ '° '•>'r>y. 

SBecinti*a(l)tiflen, » « 

to wrong, to piejndice, to huit 
Die ic. - ttti -Ilnfrljen Cec ic. , tl 

g-lntrmi tl)iiii. 

«Secintvddjtigung,/. 

aSCeifCn, "• " 'o cover 
»eeiät, icy. 

aSCCifCll, "• "■ 10 iron. ( 

'»een, f- «eMn. 
aSecn&afe, f- as 6 1; n i) n f 
SBccnÖcn, / " «• to p 
^ccnöigen,i 'o eic i 

conclude, to finish. Die 23 eel 
conclusion. 

I 95ecngen, "■ <■ ' 'o '° 



SBeerbcn, 



engl 
f. 
einen 



petty. 2. f. 25 ever ben. 

aSeevbtftcitcn, i. erbe 
aScerBiflcn, ". «■ i» bm 

»cerBigung,/i" "''i 

seeeriiiflniia«feier,/- hi 
ral, obsequies. 

»eerDignnaäfeierlirijte 
pt. funeral riles. 



pi. 



aScöürfücfe, 

fprPevlid). 

aScöürfniß, 

want, need, nece 

aSeBuvftig, <t »ec 



-IT"', pi- 
asebiirfn 



ein 



Jiiflie 



n. (J euiei 



SeBuigcn, 

«CCgen, / „ „ ,„|,arro>v 

58ecggcn,') 

aSeeprfit, "• "■ -(mii:c), lo ho 

viih etc.). (einen "Bedifel) -, (Span 

iBeeiöen, "• "■ '-f- »eiAiuSr 

). «eeiMgen. 

58eeiBigcn, "• «■ '• SeuQfn 



»eebC, I. »ei6e. 
aSceVC, /• (pi- -ID beny. » e e r, 
en, as e er lein, >i. a small berry. 
»eetennrtlG, adj. adv. like a beiry. 
»eercnbolbe, f. »eetbolCe. 
SjeereiiiteffenP, ndj. baccivorous. 
aSeerenttniien», adj. [aSot.l bacci. 



l[t<t,( /. Ihe berry-bearing 

5 angelica, 
e, /. climbing nightshade. 
,/. tlie blackberried heath. 
:, /. laSor.] strawberry- 



atural oozing of llie grapes (wiiile ^, lubs). 
aSeerivein. m. |. »eermort. 

iöeetroiiitel, ,«. ['»ot] lesser peii- 

Seeren, •>■ "■ lo strip of berries. 
aSeet, "■ (-to, pt- -e) 16).u-tenf.l 
ed. iSd)ni.llco -, paiterre. platband, 
«eetiueife, adv. in beds. 
aScetC, /. <p'. -11) beet. Sie rinije -, 



ajeeten , "■ «• is.inMiMrti)fd).] lo di- 

ride iiilo beds. 

58cfäcftClll, ■•. a. 10 fan. 



qSefaftigen, - <". to enable, lo fit, 

to authoriie, to euipoiver. [rization. 

»efäfitgung,/ enablement, autl.o- 

Sefaftren, ■'■■ " " '©infi ^ceo) 

icillfil -51116) -, to navigate. 10 ply; iMe 
JJl'lllflD-, to «ail ■■'long etc.. to coast; 
flllfll ®d)(l(f)t) -, ['ffiill-] to descend. - 
r. n. »f. «efüt(f)t<:>i- 

95CfflftrUn9, /• navigation; de- 
scending etc.; |. iB e f ,1 1, r e 11. 

SBcfnOen, <>. i.. «. i. is,iä ö)l•tm^e 

10 - (uoiii ■Wcblll).!") , to mildew, to 
blight, S5om9)id)III)(lll-, mildewed. sniutly. 
2. i ((fitien) - (1). lliioiricfcf.ineii), 10 be 
fall. SSi'ii einem SiiiriiiE - a'cr^ell, tobe 
overtaken (.snrprised) by a slorni; luMl 
einem 'Jitbet - iDc-rüEii , to be taken (at- 
tacked) Willi a fever; er ifl lipn tiiift 
Srniifljeit - mor^elt, he lias been taken 
ill; - UOll l6tt %t9. lt.), infected with etc. 

95efangen, '>• "• «• '• t 'o shut 

in. to inclose, to encompass, 10 surround. 
i. i a) ((Jiiuti) mit SnriiiitEt - to involve ; 
.e-iueii) mit - ill (einer SBetfdjnjMiiiia :c.), 
10 in.plicale in etc. b) Son ic - feill, 10 
be taken with etc. 9Scni grfjinfc - iVill, to 
be overcome with sleep, to be oppressed 
«iih drowsiness, c) - pp. ()>. »ßerftnlcn n. 
Silrfien), prejudiced, biased , partial, d) 
girt) mit etmcii -, f. ScfniTEit (fid))- 

aSefatten, ?«■*. nrf;. embarrassed, 
fonftised. -he It, /. I. prepossession. 
bias. '2. embarrassment, confusion. 

SBcfaiigen, r.o- i.f. «etniun. i. 

i. llmf.irfni. - v.refl eid) - mit ii-., 



I !8efe51«f'''"M'/- [®"iiim.] the im 
1 aefel,Iäii.eire,5perative (mood). 

»efeflUhnber, «..commander, com 
niaudiug ollicer. -ij't^, ad), adv. inipe 
rious, dictatorial. -f(f).l|"I, -ilellc 
-lUnrOe, /. command. - |1 ,1 ll , m ihi 
ider's staff or baton. 

»efClJlSjellel, m. bulletin. 
»efCftlCn, ir.v.n. 'einem)-, 1: 

10 bid. «eftel)! mir, ju ic, bid me etc 
cr be fill) I rtiiitu inipiien, jii ii., he order 
ed his troops to etc.; cc l).u liii tsx K. Jl 



i^cf 



13U 



with etc.; to emuark or engage in etc. 

aSCfCbern, ». ». l. to feather. 1. 
e.n Slnoier) -, to pen, f. »efielen. - 
u. Tffl. <Siri) -. to get feathers oi- «edged. 

9Sefctiben, ". «• '• (©mfn) -, to 

make war npon etc.; f. !» rf t i efl en. 2.1 
,0 attack; f. Seilteitcn. 

«effft&ung, f- H'^ »" »f "'«king 

!eefel)6nnaSbricf, .-.. cartel; f. 
Jehbebtiff. 

95efefjt/ '"■ (-f^. p'- -" ' »' """• 

mand, mandate, order, injunction. 2m\: 
^efl)ertll.1)e^ -, edict; einen - neben, to 
give or issue an order; big luif lueitern -. 
till further orders; nilf - be* K-, by order 
01 etc.; einen - nu6ri(l)ten, to ejecuie an 
order, b) I'Kilit ] command, gr llbrrninimt 
Ul\ -, he takes tlie command of the army; 
eine aSriflnbe |lel)t uutet bem -e bieffä Dfs 
rtiiet«, this officer lias a brigade under 
his commaiia. 2. I 3(1) fiiije in eiivitn -t, 
1 am at your coniniand(s) ; \vi\i ileljt l^b. 
liJ JU O^ttm -e? what is your pleasure? 



2. (e-iiiem e-inMiS) -, to coiuuiit. -Bcfiii i 
bid) iiiib !c. feimm iitöpfer, tiust youi 

aScfCftlerifc^, "* ad,, imperious. 

»efefjugen, ■'■°«. to command, t-. 
SBcffilcn, V. a. to file. 

aScfein&Cn, f- älnfemben. 

»efeftigen, (t »efeiieu) ». ... 

1. - (.111 10, 10 fasten (10 etc.). 2. (gille 
Stnbi :c.) -, to fonify. 3. 1 to fortify. 

aSefcftigung,"/- 'i-- -'») '• ''"'f" 

ing. 2. i the act of stteuglheuiug elc. i. 

[■ffilllt.] fortificaiion. (lificatio,,. 

SBefeiliflnNjjöfnnil,/. l-Kiiii.] for- 
SBefeiliallnO^Pl'nl)!, m. palisade; \. 

Sefe|li(3itiiG«iuerfe, ,.. pi. fortifica- 

S8ffCUrt)ten, .•• ... to moisten, lo 
Befeuchtung, / moisUnlug etc.. 
>BcfeUeni, r. «. l .o aiiim.-,te. 10 

«eftebern, i- »eiecem. 
aSefin&en, "•• '■ «• to sud. <);,irt) 

stances may prove, ns the thing turns 

V. re/l. iSid) -, 1. 10 be. Sid) .t:t 9{i)ni 
ic.) -, to be; (id) in SBerleflenljeit -, 10 be 
embarrassed; bie Si\A)t befdnb fid) iiiriji 
\\\ wie lt., the thing did not tuin out (10 
be) . as etc. 2. girf, ivnljl Ob. libel -, to be 
well or ill. 2Die - Sie fid)? how do you 
do? how are vou? 3. i 10 fare. 2Bir luev. 
bell i-b. tuollen ieljeii, luie ei- fid) b.ibfi - 
ll'irb,-we iliall see how it «ill faiewith him. 

»efinben, «•(-«) t»n«-.3emanbä), 
state of health. 9t,.rt) Gemniibe. - fmatn 
l.lfT.ll, 10 enquire after a person's health. 

»CfinSrid), «-IJ- "d„. being, con. 
tallied. - feiii, to be; t>berl;.ilb, iinrerljalb 
-, superior, inferior. 

aSeftvniffen, "«• lo va.nish (over). 
aSeflammen, f- entfmmmen. 
aScftetöten, '•■ "■ ..■ lo iine w.th 



93efletfen, ■> 

DHit geit - , to gn 



spot, 



10 tarnish, lo soil. 10 defile. Seil. 11 QUIen 
■7?ninen -, to tarnish one's leputalion; 
jfinnnb« guten OJnmeii -, to sully or hle- 

Hd) fe.bll -, to pollute one's sell. 

SBeflecfen, .■■ «. i. [Sri).ii.m.] to 

heel piece. 2. 10 patch. 

aSeflCrf Ung , /■ staining etc. ; pol. 

a5ef(etgeii, ••■■i ». reß. sid) -, i. 

SBefleigigCII ,S '» eudeavo(u)r dili- 
gently; befleißii)e bid), jii ocf.iflrii, be 
siudious to please. 2. Std) einer ®,id)c -. 
lo apply one's self 10 etc.; to endeavolu r 
or strive after elc. ; (Id) (einer aBi(Teii|M)niri 
-, to devole one's self to the study ot 
elc. to study; (id) ber 3ffd)iS(jelel)rtheit -. 

S8ef(iefeii, •■. «■ lo paid,. 
aSefließen, ..•• v. a. to tio» upo,. 

etc.. lo How clos.- to elc. (Die -M.inerii 

SBcfliffen, «rf;- «rf^- studious, einer 

S.idie- fem, f. Hd) 33efleige n ; ein bir 
(y('tle«.jelil)rtl)eir, 3ted)tf(jelel;rtl\eit, älrje^ 
nein):(Teni'd)iift -er, a student in theology, 
a law student, a medical student, -heil, 
/. sludionsness, assiduity, close stu.ly. 
application, diligent endeavo.uir. -Hid), 
arfu. carefully, sedulously, studiously. 
»Cfltttern, ■'. -. l. to bcspangle. 

S8cf(0rCn, "• «. m cover with crape. 

»iflÜgcln, "• o- I- to wing. 25 e= 
fin.jelt, winged. 2. 1 to wing. <öe(lli. 
(jelte (Jile, wingy speed. 3. [-Jeriln).) (61. 
ncil ^IDalb) — , to cut a riding or lane 

SBeflitgelung, f- «iugiug. 

JBefluiljeM, "■ <•■ - lu- ber Seil, 

aSefotgen, «. a. to foiiow; lo ob. 

seive, lo obey. 

«efrlaenfraeitl,, I a.O. „,/.■. de- 
■BefolflenKroilrbia, ( serving .0 
■BefLilflniiflf luertl), / be followed. 
« B f D I (1 u n a « m I'l r b i (1 , 1 observed etc. 
BefOlger, m. (-«, pi. -) one wl.o 

lollows etc., follower. 

aScfolgung, /• following, obs.-.- 
aSeforBevcv, '«• i-s, pi. -> ./. 

-inn) 1. piomoter. patiou. eucourager. 
2. i - (eine« a.HTbred)rii«), abeitor, in- 

iBefovberlid), <"'j. »''e- "• - jn k-, 

tllr ic. , conducive 10 etc., conducible lo 
etc . p.omoling. 2. ^ - jtt :c. , accessory 

a5efÖV5Crn, »• a. I. to forwa.d. 

-, fo forward, to further, to advance, to 
promote; to aid, to assist, b) (&inetl) \n 
einer bi'ljeni Stelle -, 10 advance, to ,,10. 
moie. (iilieil Jii IC. -, 10 prefer one to etc. 

aSefovierung,/. <p'- -en) i. lor- 

» aiding etc.; f. »e'fürbern. 2. i a) for 
warding, proniotioii. b) preferment, c) 
(= l)öl)er(« Qlnit) prefernient. 

iSef Evbet tiiii]S.ilier, «• seniority; 
f. Sienil.ilier. 

«efötbei-nii.jimitiel, n. - teriu. 



140 



93ef 



S»efra<^tcn, »■ "■ '• (®*iffe) -, to 

trelglit. 10 load, ^&^\m aOilfli'llJ -, lo 
load. l. [®cel).iiiiii:lj (Sm Srf)i(f> -, to 
i.trreiglit. 

er; atl'ieighlei-. 

a3efra<^tung,/- ireighting, i®ce. 

t)>1115elj iilireigl.tmenl. 

SBefragcn, "• "• t» quesuou, lo 

interrogate, (i-iiicii uni o&. iiu'deii :c. -, lo 
question any one about etc. — v. reft. iSld) 



upon or about etc. [rogation. 

SSCfrngUng,/- questioning. Imer 

jSefranfcn, - "■ t» "•"i^- •» i''- 

tnnge. 

SBcfvctcn, "■ "• 1. 1" 1'", I» i'^' 

i}Mt f». Dem OefiiiifluiiTc -, to liberan 
one from arrest or impiisonnient ; einer 
nil« 6ec 6)efiiil(Jtll|"d)nft - , to deliver oni 
Ironi captivily. 2. i a) - (Ul>ll !C.), to free 
ifroin eic). einen iiiii bei: eicfiUjc -, tc 
/escue any one troiii danger, b) ~ 1)01 

Ue excnipued) from elc. ; »Et Jcfteilc 
exempt, c) (SSciefe) -, to pay liie postagi 



aSf freier , 



aSefrCiUtlfl, /■ '■ ft<^eing, deU. 
iig, deliverance, liberation. '2. ± a; fi 
ng. - an^ £>L'r Qlefaljr, rescue from dan| 
., -(UDU IC), exemption (Irom etc.) 
uiMie.nrv «ail), immunity. 3. liberati 

»eirciiuiflsotie, ti. ransom. 

j8cfvcin&en, "■ im>- temen, - 



rprising. str:.nge. odd. 
«BefrCm&en, «. C-sj^aslouishment, 

«BffvemSung,/. j .«.rprise. 

SBefVem&lict), -«O '"'"■ surprising, 
<l, strange. 

a^efreffen, ■> " ■■ '» gua», to 

bble; f. SBeiinflCII. 

33efveunöcn, "• " i. to conned 

triendsblp. "IHlt eilieill bcl'ccuilDei 
M, lo be united ullh elc. in Iriendsbip; 
it tiuniiüec Ijefce ii nbe 1, connected b) 
2. -JHit einem brft cii ii 6 ci 



emit) -, to fence in. 2. (eineiD - , aj lo 
satisfy, to content i b) lo appease; z) (= 
bejn^leii) to satisfy. (SeiCenfdjnfieii) -, to 
laiisfy; (feinen StDlj) -, lo gratify; -5, 
satiifaciory ; tier erfühl b c f c i e i j t unfete 

mm) tiitl) nid)i befrieMot, does not 
please you. 

aSefrie&iflUng,/- l fencing; fence. 

3ScfriCrCn, <'■■ "■ »■ Sefi-i-ren 

öcfroljnen,^ "• "• i- (Sineu) -, 

«CfrObnCn ,) "> in^pose teudal labor 

S8efrU*ten, »• <>. (SieD-, to fe- 
cundate; -, I'Sot.J to fecundate; (Hie Qvit) 
-, to fertiliie, lo fructify; mil gjtlld) - 
It'. -Jifiben;, to milt. 

aSCfrUdjtUng , /• fecundation; 
Iructiticaiion, fructifying; - (tier Scijen), 
caprificaiiou; uniiiertlidje - Oet »Jjflnnien), 
[■But.] cryptogamy. [power. 

aSCfUgCn, " ■ to aulhorlie, to em- 

aScfugnig, «• t-iT« p'. -dw -,/• 

(/i(. -(Je) autliority, warrant, iegal power. 
- (ciueS 3eii(jen, 3{i(f)tet«), competence; 
eiiieni - ettljeileu, to auihoriie any one. 
aSCfUgt, ?«'■<• '"IJ- 1. auiboriied. - 
a.. -Jvi(()iei:ii, 3e"üfn), competent. 2. legi- 
I, mate, legal. [lo handle. 

SBcfiitilen, "• "• "> ">i";'', '» '"1, 

SBefunÖ, »' (-« f- »efuiDen, n. 
SBefuuDtind), n. [«pnnüel] store-book, 



SScfUrctK"» " "• '° Inr.ovv. 

J8efuvd)ten, ". " »ud „. lo tear, 

lo apprelieud. iljir I) e f ii rrt) t e te n ic., we 
were apprehensive of etc. ; id) befiicdjre, 
cv berfleljt luid) niri)t, 1 am afraid he does 
not understand n,e. (fear. 

aSefÜrcÖttÜß, " (-fleö, p/. -(Te) 

j8efürtl)tung, J- 'c'- -'»> fear, 
»cgobcn, -• "■ '■ ^'»'» mn « -, 

to bestow a thing upon etc.; (Siirdjen !c.) 
-, lo endow; em liulleQUini - nut ic. , to 
endow a college ivilli elc. ; (eine iüd)tet) 

lo be porlloned with etc. 2. ± lo endow, 
lo indue, to gift. i)et OKtufrf) i|l ubn fei; 
nem Sd)öplei- mir SBenumit liegnbi, man 
is endowed {or giltedj by his Malier with 



a3ej 



iriendship 
(= uetiuiiii 

einiBefr 



feil 



-, to go to elc. (somewhere), to repair lo 

etc., lo resort to etc., lo betake one s self 

to etc. ©id) (l)in)ii)eji -, to retire; ftd) jut 

3?ul)e -, to go to bed; (id) ju (einem 3ie. 

Oimente -, to join one's regiment; (Id) lUlf 

i)ie 3fei|e, nuf Den «Beg -, to set out; fid) 

Me gludjt -, to lake to flight, or to 

's heels; fid) (inf tai «teet -, to ven 

; on ilie high seas; fid) ill ©cf.lljr -, 

iipose one's self; fid) in ben eijeflnnb 

to marry. 2. Sid) - (ii. (ä(<d)en) , to 

liippen, to come to pass. 3. laid) emtt 

i)l-, to divest one's self of etc. . to 

give up, to yield up, lo resign, to re- 

ng up etc., resignation. 

jBcgefcenftctt,/- (P'. -em / 
Scgcbnig, >■■ (-fir«, p;. -iTc s 



JBegcgncn, "■ «• («. w. fem) i. 

Ceiniin) -, to light on etc., to meet. Si; 



aScgabung,// 
jBcgaben, ". )' 
»f gaff en, •■ «• 



IS'-- 



jBefreunSen, 



finily with elc. 

iJSefveunSung, 
jPffriebigen, 



33egaffer, -«• (-*, p'--) (/.-i 

ÖCgäbnen , " «• to yawn «t e 

I SBegatten, » «A Sid; -, i 

'couple, 10 copulale, lo match. 2, (". fid) 
95ertr,ijen. 

1 ^Begattung, /• copulation, con 

Xiie tH'tbbroene -, (SBof.) cryptogamy. 
I SeflottuiiaiSjeit, /. conpling-lii 



. teiniäiüd! »egeben,- 



rmefl« 



the 



road; pd) -, einoiiDec -, to meet; fid) in 
emem *rDun("d)e -, to coincide in, to ac- 
cede to a wish. 2. i a) p. imp. to come to 
pass, einem -, to happen to, to occur to 
etc.; laß mid) it\6 <Sd)limmile ii>i(Teii, mai 
mir - fiinn, let me know the worst ihat 
can befall me, b) einem (Qut le.) ~, to 
treat any one. einem ("d)led)t, I'itlel -, to 

with etc.; einem orob -, to use one 
harshly, scurvlly. c) at ^emiliiCiö 2Diiiis 
fd)ell -, to meet a person's wishes, /i) lo 
obviate, to prevent, to oppose, einem 
Unflliiife -, to prevent a misfortune; fl.'len 
enmjiitfen jit -, to obviate or aiiticipale 
all objections. 

asegegnig, ". <.-m, i>'- -ffei »c 

curreuce; f. 35 e fl r b e n I) ei I. 

'Begegnung, /• '• ireaimem. 2. 
Begeben, «f- «■ «■ i- 1» enu-mpon 

etc., to visit; 10 measure out by walking, 
lo pace oir. (ein jtird)ffiiel) - , to peram- 

brate. b) (a5evbved)en ic.) -, to commit. 
— D. rifl. <Bi<t) - , f. fid) »eaniten; il. 
fid) äJertrnaen. 

BegCftr, ». (-e«) f. «eoeljven. 

JBegCftVen, ». a. and ». 1. a) 10 

b)(Diei5)ünbinn) beoeljvt n.id) bemijunbe, | 

[lOaibmiVr.J is in heat, c) -b , ($l)ili)(.l | 

appelilivei »no-, appetilion; Dili (innlid)e | 

etc., to require. >iönä - ©le? roil« i|f :ilii- i 

aSeaeljednj? what do you want? jnv ei)e 1 

-, 10 aolicit in marriage; cr l)efiel)r t fte ' 

jur är'iii. I's «""'s li" foe " "'ife- I 

BegeljVen, "■ <-«) ilcsire, request, I 

demand. I 

iBcat^venSnjcril), ( adj. ado. de- 

»eoeljrenäiuürbia.i slrable , appe- 
tible. 

Segeftvlic^, "*■ l- «ry <leslrou», 
covetous. - (B. bevSiclie), sensual. 2. f. 
Scoelji-eiUiuettl). - adv. covetously, 
-fell,/, covetousness. ©innlidje - f e 1 1 , 

aSege^jvungoSIagc, / i3ivd)t«. 

IVM a petitory action. j 



«CS 

>Bcge6ruiigötrteit, ..: c-ef) 

.), ce'lebrnlion. 2. - (tlnfr SllllSe 



33cflel,unoSMl"»e, /. sh 

aSegeifEvn,« niiosioi' 

■r. ro bPsloLibsr. '2. f lo asperse 

JÖegciftcrn, ■>• "• i i 
aSegciftcrung, /• ' ^ 

ll-(lcrarf)£ll, to get warm. 2. ii 
•AA\^. _ „do enlliusiaslically. 

«cgeijcn, - -. '<> i-^s 



35cg 



M] 



sBegter, S i 



appetite 
glfifd) 



appet.t 



aSegtcrig, "<</ '■ appeient. - u, 

. , desirous of etc. . covetous of etc. 
uf etivn« fcill, to covet. 2. eager, a 
ious. (®ic i|l iXjr) - jii evfiihrcn , oi i 



agerl 



Segierlit^, f- segcijtiid). 
aScgtegcn, '>. o. a. i.- n 

o moisten with etc. 'Mil ^ofltc 



'33,lct)« -, to inject with wax. 2. ± J i 

3Scgtc^cr, ■"■ c-ä, p(. -) i. 

JBegiftcn , ■>■ «■ lo endow. 
^eginc, /■ ip'. -id ifiir*eiifl.] 

guin(e).' 

JBeginn, «■. C-t«) beginning, ori 

aSeginnen, •<■■ ■>• «• lo begin 
beginnen, ''■■ "■ «. '-'o begin 

commence. 1. to do. lo undertake. : 
-, undertaking. 

jBcgtnner, "■■ i-*, v'- -> i^egi"' 
3Scgiijfcn, ■■■ «. to pia>ier. 
33egtttcrn, "• »• i» graie. 
aSeglanjcn, t.. «. ? to throw i 

aScglofcn, i>. «. to giaie. 
»eglauben, «i >•• «• i- 1» "" 
a?cglaufcigen,i i» «riiy. to 

lify. ffitridjtlltt) -, to aulhenlicale; 
glnueiflt, begliiiiöt, autbentica 
attested; credible; ((Jtivd«) mit einem ( 
-, to avouch or ailirm by oatb 2. ( 
^ln^^e u.> -, to accredit. 

aScglauBigcr, -"■ (-«. W- -) 

alteuer. vtrifier, certifier. 2. notary. 

Beglaubigung, /■ »nestaii 

verification, certification. [noli 

■SegI(iu6i(]iMio«lii:iff, '"• 



»ealnu6iflun,j6cl6, m. attestat 

by vr on oath. [ficj 

!öei)l(iubi,jiiii,j*f(t)eiii, m. ce 

Begleiten, " <i. i- ><> accompa, 

to attend. (3l|iu iärt)ll§e) -, to esco 
[-TCiir.] to convoy. 2. t a) to acconipn 
to attend, -b , accompanying , attendii 
[Iljeol.) concomitant, b) [ORuj-.J to 
company. 

!8eoleirf*oit,/. f. 33eo I e Itii ii,i 

«caleiti-ctieiii, m. l^.iiibil) cock 

permit. [voi 

«egleitjliinmc, /. accompany! 

{Begleiter, •>'■ (-« pi- -> '■ «H' 



Begleitung,/- 

Utending. 2. escort; ' 
tuie» iU'llia« !C.), sui 
inne. 3. ['Wlir. ] a 
Umiiu',/. f. »eale 



19)?«.] c 

1 1 11 i III III e 

Iconc, 
fe, ad„. 



«e.ilcitiiiia^iijcife, ado. [iljeol. 

Beglieöcrn, "• «• to limb. @i,u 

dcglicfer t, strong-limbed. 

BeglicCcrung,/. innbing. 

Begleiten, '■ ■<■ l« gaze at 
upon cic. 

Bcgliirfcn, t .'. •■■ «> mak 
Beglüdfeligcn ,5 iiai>py- loi.ics! 

Beglürfcr, "".(-iS !-(.-)(/. -MM 

he tJial makes happy; i enefaclor. 

Beglürfwünfc^en, ". a. ,(imeii 

, to congratulate, lo felicilaie. - lucjc 

Begnaöcn, i •■. „. i. ((JmeiD - 
BcgnaSigeii,) 1» pardon, j. i 

BegnaSigcv, ">• (-«, p'- -) pai 
Begnadigung,/. '. pardoning 

pardon. 2. grace. 



Begnügen, 



rejl. ei( 



Bcgnügltdb, ) «rfy.-id». r-ojemia 
Begnügfajn,5rnui. 
Begraben, "•■ ». «■ '• to bury, lo 

inter, to inbumate, to inhume. 2. t tc 
bury, igiri) ill tet (?iii|'amrcit -, to bury 
one's self in solitude. Proii. Dn liejt tin 
§1111!) -, there's the rub. — n. (-«) inter- 

Begräbnis , "• <-(ie«. p'- -i7«) '• 

obsequies, sepulture. 3uill - a'd^t'O. fu- 
neral. 2 grave, tomb, sepulcre. 3mii - 
atljitiq, sepulcral. [ral. 

»eflrnSniefcici-,/. obsequies, fune- 

SSeanibniefeil, ... funeral feast. 

SBeornbiugariifi, / vault; - <(.ei 
ten 9Jlteni, calacomb. [peuses. 

»eGrnblliefcdfll, s. pi. funeral ex. 

SBeornSniglitb, ... funeral song or 
hyran. 

95eflt5fllli?pln^, m. bnryingplace. 



Begrafen, "■ «■ lUine sciefn -, i. 

ab.jr.ifen. — .•. i-^. la.rt) - 1. to be 
covered with grass, to grass- »cgnUt, 
grassy. 2. lo tatle.i upon grass. 

Begrauen, <>. ». m. w. inm to 

become grey, to liirn grey. 

Begreifen, <>. ■> « i- lo teei. to 

handle, lo touch. 2. J a) 511 ^l^fr übet 
e-tiuiiö begriffen fein, to be engaged in 
etc. C>m <!lMm(irfd) befltiffeii feiii , to ap- 
proach; fit ill niif einer äfeife begriffen, 
she is traveling; fiber der Slrbeit beovifs 
fen feiu, to be at work, b) (= 6-iiif(f)lieEi'n, 



TOit 



iffe 



nut I'ciriffen, 
0» m -, 10 in. 
font SBer|^.ln^e.. 
?, to understand, 
ck of apprehen- 



«earfifnmiffr.ifi,/ 

Begreiflitt) , «'O- "d,- 



Begrenjen, ■> « 
Begrenzung, / 



Begriff, m. ,-e6, pi. 

,1 -c nl'jiivcirfii . Jii llevtcii 






fie 



iundjiig. 2. 

) 1. (fc llT 

■tnre, at the point 
I -C, Jli !£., Ihey 
Bet furje - leiiie« 



93lKl)eö>, abridgte)nient. compen 
lary. 3. - (u. einer ©iiif)e) , ni 
. f. »eflrcifnnoäfrnfr. ; 
(infl.Onljolt. 
»enriffSdnonbe, } 

»eariffäberthnninn,,,^^ 
»CfltiffSfftd), n category. 
»cariff6forf(t)er, .... spe 
93eflriffMefennnt1,/ass 

Bcgrubeln , ■■- "- e-»'»" 



Bcgritnben, 

found. (.ädllllteiO 
>ve . to make good ; 



ons for 



founded. 

Begründer, "■ <-«, »'- -> if- 

Begrünöniß, "- <-lTc*)? '- ««''- 
BcgritnBung,/ ^biisbmem. 

Begrünen, >• "- '» iiake green 
©l(t»-, 10 grow green or verdant; be. 
■lint, verdant. 

Begrüßen, ■>- «- '- <" s""- "> 

lute, to hail; [OTor.l to salute. 2. t to 
eel, to salute. 3. (S-rroül bnruiii bcorüet 
11, he expects to be asked for it in a 
.lite manner. (sal-le- 

Begrüßung,/- s'"""s- "ai"!"''«"- 

iU-n'riiBiniflflrfliiB, '". "Hey 



142 



25e3 



»er» 



»farrieuii,)«»)ort. ,,. Icm. or salu- 

lalion. (quisilively, lo peer at. 

aSCflUrfCn, -■ "• 10 look al etc. in- 

aSCgÜnftiflCll, .•• «. I. lo favor; 

Ijabeti) —, to prosper. 

»eflÜnftigCr, "■• (-«, P'-) favor- 
er - (enicS SSi-rHttcbfiif) , abettor. 

aScgiinftiguni?, /. favom.g. un= 

.l,e „igl.t. 

aScgiivten, ■'.'<■ '» ^■^i'rA- loginii. 

aSegÜtCrt, ndj. adi: 1. opulent, 
weallliy". '2. f. >21 II fn Tfi 0. 

SBcgiitigfn, '•■ "■ 'o appease, i» 

aScfianVCn, "■'>• >o cover wHI, hair. 

Sid)-, lo get hair; t-eljtiort, >y; 

llStU.] pubescent. 

»eljatfen, ■'• "■ ■" i'»«'- 
SFcbaftct, «rf/ ™t siiiiTtnic-, 

atnicled Willi rlieumalisni etc., rlieiimatic 
etc.; mit ber firnije -, iicl.y. infecied «itli 
Ibe ilcb; mit ©(DllIUCIl -, ileeply in debt; 
mil Dl)lim.l(l)ten -, subject to fainling.fils, 
10 swoons; mit tet fntleiibcii ©U(t)t -, epi. 
leplic, atreclcd ivitii epilepsy; cm mil ta 
liirifllCcn ©lldjt -tr, epileptic 

a?Cl)fl(?Cln, >•■". 10 'over will, bail 

©cljngcn, i'- ''«v- (Sinei-.u -. k: 

please. (Sr lußt f« fid)-, be tabes bis ease, 
«BCljngCn, •> C-«) comlorKs); plea. 



JBchnglidjW '"'.'• '"S^eaUle; 00,11- 
SBCbiignc^,) forlabie. gr iii<»i)t e* 
rirt,-, be tabes his ease. 2. - (L. Wc-ll. 
fdjcll), pleasius in manners. — oito. agree- 
ably; comfortably, -feil,/, comrortahle- 

aSCtlflfCn, ■•■«■ 10 furnish w,ib books. 

SBcbnlftcrn, •■. n. <$ict6e; -, to 

,„ay be retained etc. ; |. iB e l,,l 1 1 c II. 

93Cl)altCn , ir- "■ »■ l. lo retain, to 
keep. t)aä gdÜ - , [OBilit.J to keep the 

3m ®sb<ld)tlü(je-, to keep in Ibe memory. 



Biiditn 



self.r 



JafillllO -, lo ret 
10 keep ones connlenance; 3ifd)t - , 
gain a cause; 3!rd)t Dttt bit Dl'frljnilO 
10 get Ibe beller ilbe iippe, band) of; . 
till Sinne -, [-Jlritlj ] to carry; I'fl (id) • 

main in life; n)Ol)l - (aiiroiiimeii ic), 
safely, safe. 

asetinltev, "- <-^, ;-'■ -) leservoi 

- iTir gild),', r.si,-|)o,id; f. »f Ijültni p. 

SScfcnltniß, "• (-(T'l.-, c' -(Tf) 'o 

«ervatory; receptacle; case, box. -if 
■Ißnnreni, store- bouse; -, [-Jlllilt.J rece 
lacle; <B el) n Itiii f ft Inr 5ii'liniiifii, shrin 
for relics; - {für luilPc 7l)icrc), cage. 

aScftflltfani, <"fj- retentive. - (uc 
®ftnrt)tni(Tf), retentive, -ft it, /. rele 

aScIjfinimCVn, ••. «■ "> hammer 
aScbai'&fIn, -• " '• 10 handl 

t).l6 -, ISIjcui., '53l)(irm.J manipulation. 

I a, iCfinfii OSeflenfl.inf) -, lo handle, 



i (ein 



((5-ineii) fliit Dbet id)li!d)t -, to use «ell or 
. c) [i))?c».] to treat. 3. i&iiiE SSJantc) -, 
cbalfer or bargain for etc., to cheapen. 

58cl)anöigcn, "■ «• <o hand. 

ÖebanStUng, /• handling, manl- 
ilalion; management; treatment, 

33el)ängcn, '• «• i- ••» i» hang. 

lid) mit !C. -, to deck one's sell onl with 
c. i mit Siimpeii beljniiflcii , covered 
ilh rags, b) (SBniDnifpr.) iCJiiicii spmiP) 
to leash ; (bnä ÜDilf) - (D. Ctii Spiiiitieii), 
bold fast of etc. 2. i j ©id) nut fd)lrd). 
II Scnicn ill -, to keep bad company. 

aScftaren, i. «ciuuirm. 
58ii)arfcii, ". ". i» ''oe. 
:8i'l)nrncn, ". «■ 'o bepiss. 
iBcbarnifctKit/ "• °- '<> I'^m^ss. 
58cljarrcn, " "■ '» continue, to 

irsevere, lo persist. - tinf ic, lo persisi 



:., lo 



;rsisling, persistence. 

aSfftan'Uc^, •>■>)■ v"> 



ajpfl'nije 



93c6nrfct)en, " "• m. vv. inio i 

lo harden. 2. t2öciiM rille SlBnnbC) be 
l)ntfd)t l|1, fl) It-, is scabbed over elc. i 
|. (Dcfrieren. 

»ebarjCn,!.« m smear with resin 
«BciciUufn, "• "• 10 cover with 



S8cftau(I)enr '"• "■ '" ■"■""'= "i'°" 
bebauen, '■■. »■ "■ '■ '*^''i. S'""^- 

„.) -, .0 hew. (Cvineii ffidinii) -, to lop. 

2. ['Mill.) lo assay, lo piove by hewing. 

agfbnuffl"'/ " "■ '«nrti'fielMic.)- 

aScbiiifcnrJ "■ '"" "'■ ■'■■'■'"'• 

SBfbnUVtl'flf, •"'' mainlaiuablc. 
narranlable. 

«Sebau^ten, ■•. «• i- lenvn^) -, 

lo maintain, lo assert, to affir,.,. 2. (Gillfll 
$(ntl, "ipoflen)-, lo mainlaiu; bll* ®rt)I,ld)l 
felb — , to remain master of tlie field. 3. 1 



aScbaufcn, 



aSebnufcn, ■>. « lo case. 
ascbnufung,/- 'v>-"» '• lodgins 

^CbnutCn, •■.«. [SnttI] i» cove 
ill, a skin. 

aSfbCif, '"■ '-^■*' )''• -" '• "" "1"= 
ienl tried in diflicnily, shift Der lcl)lc - 
ist resource. 2. shift, ciciise; f. 51 11 * 
[nd)t, '.Bi'riDiinb. 

»i-betfen, *■■• " '•'•-''■ ®'*-' " 

lili, lo make shift; fid) riimmerlid) -, i. 



»ef; 



uake sliift lo live; fid) mit -Jiricm -, to 
iiake shift with any thing ; firf) mil aügcil 

aSebelfHtb, "^J- '• 1 3ft<f)'äiVr. 1 

serving lor an excuse. 2. f. So e I) I'i I f I i d). 

aScbeHigCn, <t »el)ellen), i. n 
lo annoy. ((Siiien) - mit it,, lo molest, to 
importune. [iioyance. 

aScbeUtgUng, ;. molestation, an. 

SebrlntCn, "■" lo furnish or cover 
with a helmet, to lielm. 93el)elmt, helm- 
ed. helmeled. 

aSfbcmöiMi, " «. lo shirt. Sid) -, 

10 put on a sliirl or shift. 

asebcnw '"• <-*■ '"■ -' i**"'-! ^"'' 

33Cen , S ''»l'^"- t heken. 
35 el) e n b (1 II m , ),». moringa.smoolh 

a3el)ennuei)n 11111,5 bonduc. 
»el)enniig,/. ben, ben-nui. 
«el)en6(, n. ben-nut oil. 

aScbcnie, «'<'• "imi-ie, "i^u; - n'. 

©ndjen), prompt, ready, quick. — nrfo. 
nimbly; readily, quickly. 

aSebeniigfCtt, /. a-ileness. agi- 

aScbenfcn, f- «eljnnflcn. 

aScbcvlicrgcn, ■>■ ". to lodge. 
©cberfccvgung,/ lodging. 

aScbCrvfc^Cn, "■ -. \. to mle, lo 
rule over, lo sway. (Die Scibcii|"d)ii|'tcn) -, 
to govern; (feintii 3t<rii) -, lo suppress; 
((finen) -, lo rule; fid) - ln(Ten im\ jc, lo 
be under llie control of elc. ; mir fßniien 
bie @rci(|iii(Tc bcSCebenä iiid)t immer -, the 
evenis of life are not always under our 
control; nicnfd)lid)e SBeifljcif ober *))?(id)t 
Dirmnfl ben S.ino bcr (S-tei,jni(Tt' iiid)t jii -, 

by human wisdom or power. 2. ± (25l)n 
finer 5?öl)e) - (eine Stnbtic.), lo command, 
lo overlook; ['TOillt.) lo command. - v. 
yefl. Sid) -, fill) iVIllll -, 10 be master of 

jBcbervffbev, <"■ <-«, p' -> ruier, 

master, lord. lllllllll|"d)ränrtcr -, sovereign, 
-lun, /. <p(. -en) misiress. llniinifd)v.iiifie 
-, sovereign. 

SebCrVftbUng,/- mlloS domlna. 

ascbejiigf"'""-""""'^'""''""'''- 

S8cl)erji()en«iuettl), ^nrf/.nrfi.. worth 

a5el)erilflfll6«)lirbio,5refleclion, de- 

seiving of consideration, worlhy of being 

considered. [deration. 

aSfberiigUng,/ reHecUon, consl- 

SSeljerjiaiiiioeroertl), i', «cl)rriu 

acnsmertl). 

^Cbfrjt, "«•■<>-<,.. co,„ageous, dar- 

pidiiy , bravery. 

aScbci^en, "■ « lo ban 
SBrbfje", '• "■ '° i-t»'''!!. 10 spell 

JBCbl'SUng / ■^ l-cwilcbing etc. 

aScbJti&rrn, r. « [5(ed)t«ipr.] f- 

SBerljmbern. [basket 

«BchnCV, >'■ i-i, P'. -) [©(ittii.) 
SCbObfIn, "- n 'o Pllne 

93cbP6elungp/. piauing. 



Geholfen, 



le llie growil 
engtlieii ivilli 
refl. äi(t) - 



ir,/. ,uic 



feit, J- tlie riglit or privilege of cuItiiiE 

35cl)ölj(t(5)cn, f- SEiioijeii 

»BCftÖr, " (-«), /• appurtenance 
appendage; f. 3 "del) Br. 

iSeborcftcn , »■ «. i» overiiea. . 

SeftÖrÖC,/- (;i(.-ll) I. proper pl.ic« 
of referenie ; proper olKce. proper autho- 
rity. Die l)iJrt)|le -, government; Me - II, 

liDlije;-! P"!'" "ffi"- 2. f. »el,i:>r 

«eftuf, ".. <-t«> l-elioof, belialf: 
purpose, use. 3liiu -c »er ic, In behalf ol 



aSchügclt, '"';■ iiüiy. 

»eftÜlflt*, ndj. ado. helpful, u 

iinii [>ei ffer jti ic. - ^i\\\. to help any i 
©CftÜttcn , f. SBctliülleii. 

aSeftutcnw "■ " 'Siiif 'ffiitiv k. 

aSC^lÜten/ tu lee.1 sheep or ca 
lipon etc. 

?Be6ÜtCn, ••■ « 'O gua,d. to ke 

!8el) üle Ooit! Godfoibid! bchiilef 
®Ptt ! adieu . good-bye ! — l'Or IC, io lii 
from etc.. to preserve from etc., to gn; 

S^eftiitcr, '"• <-«, p'- -) (/• -m 

guardian, proteclor- 

aSel&Utfam, "«■ cautious, drcu 
spect, heedful. — (itoin 93err(igeti>, prude 
fci - im atföcil , be wary, cautious in a 






:Ifully 



iimspectly 



33Ct, P'-eji. (c. .(.!(-) i. aj by. - einem 
SllllTc !i., near a river; - i;ji)|e, at court; 

- iifri)e fi^en, -m CS-lfeii fein, to be at 
table; - etiler S-lnirtjc caSeiii :c.) fi^en . to 
be engaged nl ilo be sitting over) a bottle; 

- (Jiliein (lllflopfen, to knock at any ones 
door; - fid) r)n()ell (®elD !C.), to have by 
one. about one. with one; tic ©rt)lrtd)r - 
IDilterUil-, the battle of Waterloo ; Did)t 
-ill SBiiife iVgehi, [-Bi(ir.| to sail close 



eil 



em ii)t>l)lieil , to live with any on( 
enteil, among or with the ancient 
em gut oter in OiiinSeii flehen, to I 
ir with any one; - belt gBciifdjen, 



keep alive; - 3(ll)tcll , advanced in years 
- SBertiiBoen fem, to lie in good circum 
stances, to be well off; - giitef ffleruiiDljeil 
in good heallli; - Äroftell , vigorous; - 



Set 



143 



stand by one; - belli !Sud)lliHlCII flel)i 
Klbcil, to keep to the (strict) letter; -i 
em 9,inre, tu a hair; - ipeller u. ^lifeiiiiuj 
riill)leil, lo pay (up) 
) - meiner (Jljre, luri 

wear by etc. ; - CciOe 



fdiii)l)ren , i 
1 (lefeiiluDe 



(ifen, 



undc 



i<l,je, by day, durin 
ytime; -ir.lrt)!, by . 

lie-light ; - (5icle(JCIll)eil 



houghls; - bCl 

lltlft , upon 0( 
iCV K. , upon u 

.tfeiiei, get.ileni 

lows open, g) - 

- 'JBeileiU, by 

3, - (bei- Sp<t 



Dbei 



i>et(in«!!el)ei 



;eiii -7?.1M 



to take by 
-cm, ■:)? 



by 



- biefrll 53jorteil, at these words. 
^ei, adu. - 4UU0. about 40IIU. 
JBCian, "''''■ close by, hard by. 

JBeianfcv, -"- (-f,pi. -. ke.ige 
JBciarbeitcr, <•'■ (-«, v'- -) «ssis 

tan, workman; f. (i) c I, fi 1 f e. 

aScibf halten, ->• f. «. to leiai,, 

to keep. ling 

aSCtbeftattUng, /. retaining, keep 

©eibicgcn , ir c ... [-Rnnjieni.i ., 
aSetbin&cn, "■• ■-- «• lo ne or bin. 

to etc., to bind up ivitli etc. 

»Cifctatt, ". .-r^,„/. -dttcr, sup 
plement- [messenger 

SCibOte, "I- <-M, pi. -II) extra 

>Bcibringcn, ;.-. d. ... i. to brin; 

forward. 2. i to bi iiig forward, to produce 
(Seligen)-, to produce; (35en)ei)"e) -, t< 



-, lo hit one a blow; ((Jinem) ein .Kliiliei- 

to poison any one. 4. i (giiiciil ß-liun«) -, 
a) to impart; b) to insinuate. Die etile 
%fti)t bet ö-ltern i|l, tA^ fie ihren Siiibcni 
(i)riinb|n$e ber 9?eligioit uiib 'TOunil -, the 
first duty of parents is to instruct llieir 
children in the principles of religion and 
morality; (5-iiiem ciiie fd)liinnie 9Keiiiiiiia 
t'Oll einem -Jlnberil -, to injure any one in 



niid)il)eiliae-Keiiiiinn uoii !e. 6eigebnid)t, 
he lias given Iiiin a very uafavorable opi- 
nion of etc. - n. i-i) 0,i« - riiier ffniii, 

35cibvingiinfl, J- producing, .id- 

SeibUch, " i-f« li>.lubel] control. 

S8Ctcbt(e), / >p(. -mm confession, 
g-liu'ili - hören, -fitjeii, to confess or 
shr.ve any one; (eiiinii -Jirieiler) feme - 



iget. 



1/- -1 



'55eid) t J ei t, /. time of confession 
a5eid)tjcttel, m, shrove-ticket. 
aSeic^tcn, ■>. «■ l. to confess. 2. i 
conless. _ „ „. ,{S„ieiii girierter) -, to 
laless to etc. Der i>K Die -be, penitent. 

•Beir^ttger, "■•t-f;,p;.-)confessor. 

JBcibC, '«dj. ,!'■ hoth. <ffiir -, both 



^BciBerlet, un,ieci.> „dj. both, of 

JBciÖCrfcitig, ...<; mnmal. red- 

SBci6fVfCit§, '..("- on both sides, 
lutually, reciprocally, both, both of tlieni. 

^et&ing, »- <-6) an additional or 
ippleinentary thing. 

JBfiSIcbig, ...'/ amphibious- -es 
SBeitrebfn, <>■>.. (w.ir.j to lay to. 
SctBrudfen, " .<- '<> pii.it on to 



58ciÖl'UdEen , "■ «• f- ^ünbnicfen. 
»CiCffbattig, ^dj. -e ^Kenfd)cn, 

l(5)tt<gr-| a.npliiscians, aiiiphiscii. 

a^eiCrbC, ." <-", pi. -m ajolm 



SBcicrbinn, /. (pi 



joint 1 



itrin 



SBCtCrn, ". «■ [Oertl.J to chime. 

JBeifffcn, "■ i-i«, pi- -> side-dish. 

Seifatl, "I (-.5) approbation, ap 
use. - fintidjeii, to applaud ; ciiiet @(i 
feinen - geben, to approve (c. acc.K to 
3rove of etc.; id) gebe bev "Kngrcger mei^ 
1 -, I approve of the measure; - nili, 
btilrfenb, approbatory; ber I.lnte -, plaudit. 
SSeifnlloeber, »i applauder. 
»eifullflietlu, xdj. ad«, greedy ol 

»rif(lllf|gtfd)e.. . n. applauding. 



144 



SBci 



««i 



probation, plaudit. 

»cifnturuf, .... applause, ac 
»cifnllSraertl,, I adj. ad«. . 
«eif(ill«n)i'irbig,< ing approb^ 



aSeifaHcn , 



tun :c.) fnllt mit liEi, occiiis to me or 

no« I ihiiik of a etc. 2. (5-iiirr ®(iri)ü -, 

S'lneni-, ScnKintSDHciiuuig-, to coincide 
vvitb .Tiiy one. to assent to any one's opi- 
nion. 3. gineni -, lo side will. etc. 

SBeifnllig, «dj. adv. I. assenting, 
ßineni - fem, f. ajcifnllcn Nr. 1. ii. 2. 
:. incidental; f. SufillliG. 

ajetfaltcn, f " i- »dii'igfu. 
«Bcifcfte , ()''■ -"> / ,■ ^i,„j^, 
»cifeftung, ip'-ii.)^-'' 
«dflcdjtcn, f- «MiU'rtiini. 

JBl'ifolgcn, >'■ «■ m. w. fniD to fol- 
low. -6 (iv aSricfill !C.l, inclosed, atcoin- 

a5eifrn*t, /■ ')-'. -ei» f. »eimn. 

aSCtfraU, / (pl--<m I. f. ®el)til = 
nun. 2. f. 23 ti|-rt)lnfct 11111. 

aSCtfUgC, '■• appendix. snppUnienl; 

aSCifÜgCn, 0- "■ 1° subjoin, lo add. 
10 adjoin. 10 annei. »e i grf Ü Q t, I", »ei. 

«Beifügig, «.';• -r* "aJi-rt, adjective. 

a?f tfiigUng, /• adduion. annexation. 

aSeifubV, f -31 "1 Hin-. 
SBcifÜtiVCn, l- ■Jliiliilji-en. 
«Beifuß, »'■ c-i-S> (»I't.J common 

aSeigcfccii , '>. "■ "• to j.djoin. (Gl: 

iieiii einen e)cl)iilfon ic.) -, to give; (hinein 



JBCiftoleil , 0- a. to fetch, tobri 
near; ['»Mt.J to liaiil aft (li.e sheets). 

»etftiilfC, / aid, assistance, he 
succo(u)r. (S-iiirni 3fiiinit!i jiir - flcten, 
93cigcbcii ; — tin (ijcit), subsidy, subsidit 
- nn ■?ro.lllllf(1)ilft, subsidiary Iroops, an 

ajCtfinS, "• i-'i, Pl- -") basla 

aScitircbc, /■ <;>'■ -»> ^I'apei 

,se; chapel. 

^eifncc^t, •" i-t«?. pi- -o «"i 

^eitOd), »' (-''«, W--Ö*e, seco 

SeiSommcn, ir. v. n (u. w. u- 

(©ilicm Dvtci -, lo get near etc. (Ot 
:m lllilll llid)t - filllll, inaccessible. 2 



aScigeljen. c) Sciiiciii ©(bnOni lUicCer - 
pair one's loss. 3. -t>, (fi(in3!fi(l. 
following, inclosed, anncxeil. 

S8ci6ra«t, "■ t-n , pi. -«\><n- 

(SotflM luiniture. 

«BCifrCiS, >"• <-K-*, J.'.-f« concen 
: circle; [5l|lri>n.] epicycle. 



aScigettcn, 



ificn, to 



SBcigcliüIfi' , r («eijiiiff. 
33eigemflrf) , " <-c« . ;>'• -Mjen 

cabinet. 

aSeigcnannt, "I'J- snrnamed. 
^eigcovSncte, '•< (-n,p/. -n 

aSeigcvitht, f-. '-ei. pi.-o i ^"■■ 
aSeigcfc^marf , -" <-«) f »n 

frtllNlrf- 

«Bcigcfell, m. c-en,?;. -no »sso 

ciate. mate, fellow, -ell, r. ft. to asso^ 
date, «cifleicllt, associate; fid, Uinen 

3aS -, associalion. adjunction. 

SBeigetftan, •"'' wen-auected; i 

Su.icthnn. 

aScigieften, "■<>■"■ <" ?""■■ t» etc 
Sciglteö, "■'-'*. p'--c« addition» 

member ; [Slfd).) one ol the smaller mo(u)ld 
ing». 

SBcigut, "■ <-f*- 1''. -oii'ft) s"i"i 

estate attached to a larger one. 

aSeiftfV, adi'. 1. by the side (ofetc.) 
2. besides, moreover; liy the way. by lh< 



ei re 



ajfifeiii 



ISC ditferences ; 6ic ätreilijfeiti'n ^n^ 
■igtlEflt, ilie dilTerences are adjust- 
I. 4. (@-tronS) -, to deposit; f. J]) I lit er; 

gcii. 

beilegen, »•«■ (n.w.l)at>eni [-Wnr.l 

|. »i'iDrcl)cii. 2. to lie to. 

aSetlegung,/ ' settlement. - vm 

Imliijffiten, adjustment etc. of dilferen- 

s. 2. deposing etc.; f. «Bcilefltn. 
ScilcjiinfliSiuort, n. [Oratitin.] ad. 

clive. [ly. 

aSf ifcau na^iuörtl id), ndu. adject! ve- 
aSeilcifc, "■ (-«> condoling, condc 

nee. (5-incni fein - lib« 2c. bcjeigeu, to 



:ondo 



)«f>C 



ondo 



aSeileitiSlirief , .n. ^ letter of con- 
^jfilcibäfdireibeii, v.] dolence. 

öcitiegcn, >>■ "• "• i- -o, incioned. 

10 lie Willi clc, lo sleep or bed with 
c. 3. [TO.ii:.] f. SScilEfjeii. 

aSeilfC,/ (p'.MDIrucli-board.queck- 
jard . shovel-board. 

SSeiltefpicl, ». trucks. 

«ÖEiltetnff I, /. truck table, shovel- 

^eilfen, '■• ». lo piay at uucks. 

^Bcim, = fn i-nn, f. 35 ei. 
^CiinagJl, /■ ij-'. -nqOO second or 



aSeit, "• <-f«. )''• -c) dim. «eildicii, 


^eimann, '"■ (-'i-'. pi- -nnnen ci. 


II.) hatchet, bill. 


cisbeo. the wiles lover. 


SSeilbrief, m. (Wnr.J register if a 


Seimengen, r.a. (einer ®nd)r)-, 


sliip, great bill ol sale. 


to mix will. etc. 


SSeilfürniio , n,lj. adx. liaving the 


aSeimeffCn, ..■. v. a. to attribme; 


form of a hatchet. 


1 to lay lo one's charge, (bieil). T' to im- 


ajeilfroiit, n. liaichet-vetcli. 


pute. ®id| -, to allribnie lo ones self; 


SScilllein, m. ax(e)-slone. 


SJInUben -, lo give credit or credence ilo 


S8eili»nt)rfnoerei, /. aiinomancy. 


etc.). 


Sflliuilfjel,/ common bine iris. 


iseimeffung,/ impuiation. 


«Beila&e,/ «P/. -id a small drawer 


»eimifc^en , .-■ <•- >■ «> mlngle or 


or box in the inside of a larger one. 


mix with etc.; lo alloy wilh etc. 2, i r93e, 


Beilage,/, tpi. -n) i. .supplement. 


uierfnnoi-n ic.) -, to add to etc. 


appendix. - (ti. 3eiIlllll]Elll , supplement; 


Sein, n. (-C«, pl- -e) 1. bone, tin« 


- (EII1C6 »riffc«), inclosure. the letter in- 


iBeimten, aeiiueiii, asmall bone, an 


closed 2. deposit; f. 5? i n tf VI n GE. 


ossicle; jU - luerbcn, to ossify. 2. i ISi 


aScilager, "■ (-■?. pi- -> 'i'^ soiem. 


gcljt mit biird) 'TOfirf iiiib -, it culs me to 


liz.itioii and consummaliou of marriage. 


ilie quick. 3. leg. (Jiiirni ein - flerien, 


«BcifOnbeV, .". (-«■ CWiir.] bllan- 


uorljaftcu, tliiterftdtngfii, to trip up a man 


der. 


(in wrestling etc.); Die -e Über eiiiiinbcr 


«BcilaffCll, ir. r. ... f. 3ii((iffen. 


fd)lngen, to cross one's legs; tt id nid)l 


«Beilnft, /• <l>'. -'», HSm-.] extra. 


gilt niif ben -cii, he is a bad walker; &-. 


freight, portage. 


net, bet (jut (iiif ben -en lit, a stout walk. 


33eilaufcn, "■ .•. •.. m. w. fEiiu to 


er. a good pedesirian. 4. ± aillf bie -e 


run by the side. 


bringen (^eeve icj, to raise; fi((, mil bie -e 


»eilaUfCr, .... (-»,».'■ -> "rand- 


ni.ilfteii, to rise, to »el out or off; to take 


boy, loot-boy. -Mill,/, errand.girl. 


to one's heels, to run away; (Sinem -e 


aSeilnufig, adj. I. approxlmmive. 


IHnd)cn, to make a person move; et ifl nil; 


-E «crEdllMing, a rough calculation 2 in- 


met nuf ben -en, he is continually stirring. 


cidental — adv. I. about; f. llnoeffWi'V- 


he is always on Ihe move ; &ilieill iviebet 


2. by ihe byiei, by the way. 


(inf bie -c l;ilfen , to relieve any one in 


»citcgen, "■«■ >■ 'o join to etc. 


distress; to restore any one lo health, to 


((Jiiieni a5riffe :c.) -, to inclose in etc. 2. 


set any one up again. 5. - u-inefi ©tllhle« 


± a) <(5-iiieiii feine li'd)tev) -, - to bestow 


!C.), leg. 


upon etc.. tu give in marriage; filltn titel 


SSeiiinbet,/. crural vein. 


-, lo confer a title; einen J?iinien -, to 


SSeiiinljnlid), adj. ndv resembling 


give a name, to surname; Cii6 -, lo give 


bone, osseous, bony; resemhliiig a leg. 


praise, b) (= 3ufd)reitien , 3m"e(ien) «) to 


Seintl njllg, in. any cover for the leg 


altribule. to ascribe; ß> i (liiäiv. T) to im. 


and foot, small clothes. 


pule. SSeifleredl, (SoflifJ concrete. 3. 


SSeinnibeitcr , i... a worker in bone. 


((5-iiie Slidjc) -, lo adjusi, to compose, to 


aSeiiinttig, «((/. nrfc. osseous , bony. 


settle. Streitiflfeiteii-, to arrange, com- 


35einnfd)e,/. hone ashes. 



S«i 



[Oriiiilj.; 



'Iras 






It), MI. 1. (ff()ir.] fracture. 2. 
f. as e ml) Eil. -Reiten», aäj. calagmalic. 

^fillt»rijd)ii], adj. adv. tiaviag a frac- 
tured leg. broken-legged. 

i8ein(irecf)«ler,/ 

Se.u6ret)er, S'"' ^ ""'"'" 

^e\»Hitte, adj. exceedingly lea 

iS e i 11 e r J e u fl II n jj , /. ossiiicaiion. 

«cinfnule, /. ) 

üeuifäul nig, 4 caries. 



le. 



the 



»eii.fe 
SeiiM'l 
heels, 
Seiufi 



,/. [g^ir.] raspatory. 
!l, s. pi. m,,Ü).] wl, 
talaria. [ihe 



ufDlter, /. a rack for li.e legs, 
■S e .11 f Ü II 11 , /. articulaliou ; [-Jliint. 
synpUysis. 

Seiiigetippie),^ 

•SeiMOECUft, ^ n. skeleton. 

Beuigeilell, ) 

»einoefcfcivuld,/; _^ . 

■Stnuicmäd)i,n. ) 

S e ill 1) ,1 r 111 I'd) , in. tasses, greaves 

thighs. 

^ el II I) art, adj. adv. hard as a bone 






»einOniit,/ ( [9ln 

a3eiiil)ÄutUiii,n.^osle 
35einI)elJcf, .«. t6l)ir.] el 



pen 



«eilU 



il)Bl)le./ 
lei lanat.] 
IJ. 



[Sut.: 



iney-suckle; f. 9ia i 11 1» e i D e, i?td 
rirtje, ipnttrieael. 

»einfiiopf, / "■■ [Sliiiit.] condyl 
Scliitimteii.J tti SiiiflEC«, knuc 
Seiufrefie, m. caries. 
»eillln^e,/ [Sljir.] cradle (ofsplii 
SeilllO«, adj. adv. boneless, will 



the 



el) I, .<■ 



rüllinifl, /. f. »eiiUjo 
■nge,/. bone-saw, ten.1 
\d)el\e»,/. pi. feller.. 



spli. 



). 2. 



eeiiil,(itiii|-d). 

a5tillf(i)l»(iri, 71. bone. black. 

SSrilirpnlt, in. fissure. 

Schifpntl), in. bone-spavin. 

Seiiupnnre, /. any ariicle of bone, 
bone-toy, [cope. 

^etlDuel), tl. pain in the bones, osteo. 

«etiimell, n. f. »tilil)eil. 

«Eiinuii(t)6, in. r. a3EillftJellflUtl(l• 
£ e i II IV II 11 ( e , /. a wound in the leg. 

aScinOfte, adv. almost, nearly, nigh. 
Hell nigli. - ^nf7Ell)E, much the lanie; idi 
roöre - jEiöttEt njiTbcii, i was like to have 
been killed. 1 »as near being killed; - 
»(ire et SE|'(l)I,ioeii lUotBcii , he «hs all bur 

DeuUch-Euyl. Wörlerhucli. II. 



Süct 

jleated; ict) li.iirc oc - luTijEiTeii , 1 li,i 
.most torgotten it. 

Scinamc, »■. c-n, pi. -»> by.nam. 

irnaoie, epithet, gin |-(i)inipflirt)et -, b; 
rrnaoied the Great. 

©eincfeen, n. ^-i, pi. -> i »m 
«einen, 5 ■■•^a*"'»''-^ <-"""-'"■"" 

aSeinerOen, m- pi- accessory nerves 
?8eini(^t, adj. bony, osseous. 
JBcintg, adj. 1. bony. -l. Jtniuim 
., bandylegged etc. 

JBeiorönen, ■>. .<■ 10 adjoin, d, 
jBeiorCnung, /• adjunction. 

^t'xpadtn, '■ a. to pack to etc. 



a5ei*>tii*ten. 



^eipfiiOitünQ , /■ i"'" 
sReirotft, "'■ ^-i=> i- ••'J'i. 

nllje) auditor. - c il , e. a. to i 
lue with advice. 

»eiratftig, adj. ad,, gm 

.»eii-nlljeii. 

Seircc^ncn, " " '0 add i 
Scifammcn, a,h. logetii 

(jeno H'. Snlreii) , l-Jliuit.] congk 
ajeifOg , '"• i-ITeii , Pl- -f 



aSeifa^, ">• ^-E^ pi- 'ho 1- »'I'''- 

on. OKit item -t, adding etc. 2. ISiniuii 
, — tuPrt, '!■ . appositijn, epithet. 

«cifiijaffen, r- oi n f * .1 1 fen , 9 
a5eifcftie(3cn, i--. e. ,.. 1. ctidc, 
SBeifcljiff, '"■ (-e«, p(- -« <" 
35eif^taf, "■• (-e«) copulation. 

ibitation, coition. tliiebElld)EC - , loi 
ilion, concubinage. 

Sciff&lafex*, >«• i-». w -< 1 



aSetft^lag, »'• (-e« 1. i-Mtiiiiim, 

ise or counlerleit coin. 2. bastard, t 
r-blow. 

«eifc^lagcn, 'r- '•. "■ i» add, k 

iperadd. — r. ii. (Sllielll -, |. »cipillrt) 
II, »firiiinnuM. 

jBi'ifc^lagung , /■ addinon. 
aSeifcilicgen, ■'■ " "■ i«ntK ic. 

., to inclose. »El.JEftftlol Ten, I". »El 
Igeiu''. [the letter inclosed 

»etfrblug, '"■ C-lTef) inclosure; 

»eifc^inorf, '«■ ^-e*^ '• i»"?. 2. 



'(cligiD 



lung. 



aSctfc^rcitien, <>. 



»ci 145 

aScifc^rf itCIl , »• (-f, P-'- -; a se. 

aSetfcbreibcr, »■. i-=, w- -) »s- 

JBcifc^rift, / (-.10 marginal notes 
postscript. - (enioj Siuiitiilbe«) , motto. 

iSeifdfii^, in. (-(7e«, p(. -lifTc, f. 

Senrn.j, aeiiUiiEr. 

JBcift^uffCl , /. (pi. -11) side-dish. 

aSetfcbiitten , .>. «. i» pour to etc. 
Scifegel, •<. c-i, pi.-) [-K.ir.j 

siudding-sail; f. SfEfEflEl. 

aSeifcin, i- »EifEon 
JBeifcit, ; -..(.■. aside. - icjen, to 

aScifeiteJ- lay aside, to l.iy apart, 
58cifcit§,) to lay by. »eifEite 

lEgEU , fc^Eii , (Icllfll, topnt.iside; bei. 

fEire fe^Eii, 1. to set ap.>,t. lo set aside; 

i. i to set aside; to lorgel; to make light 



inffeii , 



iide. «Eirein-EBHÜfl,/. 



58cifc)^en, v. a. i, cSen x^} -, 

to put to or on Hie fire. 2. t igtronf) -, 
to add. 3. ;Sille «Ci(f)E) -, to entomb. 4. 
Die eeoEl -, to bend sails, to .sei the 

iSetfe^Ung,/ - (einer SekDe), en- 

aSCtfCl^n , "■ (-i) presence, Ol)iie 
5eilinllt5 -, without any person being 
present. 

aSeific^ttg, adj. near-slglned ; short- 
sighted; |-. fiurjfirtjrio. 

aSeift^, m. (-£«, presence at a sit- 
ting ; the right of sitting in any assembly. 

aSeift^en, "■. ». »■ cu. ». ivin, i» 

sessor. [2 I. -Bei'ing. 

aSetfl^er, "..<-«,;''.-) l. assessor. 

ScifViel/ "■ <-f^. ;>'• -" '• ex- 
ample. 6lll - ijeBen, lo set an example; 
ein - nil (5-iiuiii iiehiiieii, to take an ex- 
ample from or by etc.; em — oil &tlU:1d 

nbfrtjrerfEiifeä - nufileüen, to make an ex- 
ample. 2. example, instance. Sum -e, 
(as) for example, for instance, 

ScifpiellDä, adj. adv. unexampled, 
unparalleled, uiipiecedented, matchless, 
unmatched, unequaled. 

SSeifpielreicf), adj. rich in examples. 

Sctfjjringcn, '•■. v. n. (u. w. iciiD 

(eilUlll) -, to succo(n)r, to aid, lo help, 
to assist any one. lo run to one's lielp. 

aSeiijcn , '>■ <•• »• i- «o bite, ssmi 

gl&ljeii flebirfcii, llea-bitten. J. i a) to 
bite; to torment, bi o 9?i(l)r» JU ll.igeil II. 
ill - I),i6e1I , to have nothing to eat. - 

1. to bile. 9?,1(() eilieni - (1.. ^1111. 

to snap at etc. ; fifft auf ^le SllllOf. 
Sie Sippen -, to bite ones tongue, to bite 

>uiid. 2. t=: örf)iner3eii, breitiiEii) to bite, 
feffco beigr aut Der Siin.je, bites li.e 
igne; |o b e 1 6 t Der i?iii)EiiiHpi>(fer niif 
Slllige, thus Cayenne pepper applied 



-fe , pu.igency. i. t -i , a) adj 

10 



14C 



23ci 



poignanli -tet ©(((mttj , smnit pain; 
-btT©(f)iri, a biting jest; b) adu. bitingly. 
sarc.istically, f nioi dacionsly ; Mi -tc, 
pungency. — v. reft. Sltl) -, 1. to bite 
one'K longne. 2. u>üii Ätull&i'li) to quarrel. 

ilcb. ilcliing. [1 quarreler. 

a3ct<?cr, '"• <-f. pi- -1 '■ i-i»"- 2. 
gSetfig, «d ^Biififl' «rf/- orf". '• 

given to biting, f luordacious. -er ^IIUÖ. 
a dog llial bites, a savage dog. 2. i quar- 
relsome, [cobitis, loci.e. 

^eifffev, m. <-i, pi. ~) [3(i)rii.] 
«BeißEoftl, '"■ '-«'beet. 

^ci^riibc,/ <p'- -»' "<> beet. 
Scigjahn, '"• (-«*) p/. sBeie. 

J ä I, ne, incisive teelh. [ers. 

aScigjange,/- <-"> nippers, plncli- 

Seiftjänglein, " <-«' p' -' 

aSciftOnb, >». (-ee, p;. -<in^e) 1. 

give any one assistance, to give support 
loelc; ©ilicr Her - Ifllltt, assister. 2. 
assister, succourer, helper. - (blim S'^'ci- 
titmvH) , second; tet rfd)f(icl)e -, counsel. 
3. [«OTiit.l -, D^. 53einall^e^■, m. (-i, 

»oi;i(iiit)«flEl6et, n. p(. subsidies. 

58ciftän6ig, '"'J- assisting. 
SBciftP*eri, ■'•■ "• «■ 1^»" 1 '" "" 

fBciftetfcn, ■■• «■ >• '<> p"' I'y; '» 

put in tlie or one's pocket, to pocket. (Sr 
iiiiterlice i^S Hie, tSelo sc) beiiufitdtn, 
to lake «itii liini. 2. i (G-ilieil) -, to 

a3ctf«t)cn, >>• ■• •> 1 ? to. 

by. 2. i (gincni) -, to st.ind by etc. 
assist, to support, to sncG0(u)r, to help 
any one. (SiMEr Sr.iil ill fiinScf iiöiljtii -, 
10 deliver a woman; -6, assisting, as. 
s, slant. 3. [-ffinr.] 3111c ©cofl - Inffen, tc 
leave all sails set. 

aScifteber, '«• (-«, p' -> '• i>y 

slander. 2. assister; second. { bottle 
holder. 3. [IKnr.] f. »f I (1(1 lib. -inn 
/. (p/. -nil) midwife. 

SBeifteUCr,/. <?'• -n) ' (pecuniary) 
aid, coTitribution . subsidy. (S-ilie mil 
charily, alms. 2. aildilional tax. 
aSftfffUfVn, »■ «• to contribu 

Sciftimmcn, ". « to conse 



agr 



(SBi'rftlilmjfii) -, 



95cifHmnicr, •"■ <-«, p' -> ai 

aSeiftiimnUng, / assem, consen 
93f ifir Jd), ">■ <-f«. P'- ->■) [Wrnmni, 

aSetftrom, «•■ t-es, ?/■ -tmo an 
asciftiirf, "■ <-c«. p'- -" •• app=' 

93eitaf*C, / Ip'- -id a sma 
aScitbUn, '■'■ " "■ to lay up. 



23ei 

reß. ©irt) -, f. firt) e-1 mil) me Iff) el 11. 
aSftttf*, •'•■ (-C«, P'. -e) side- 
.ard; second table. 

a^ettrafl, >" t-t«, ?;. -(ioo cou- 
ncil - Jll !C. tijtill, to conlribute to etc.; 

[ten - .ibiicbfii jii jc , lo coniribuie to 
c. ; ffin - (111 ®el!) iiiiD ,firif(i6iiDrrntl)cii, 

eirtSfle (ju einem <6ud)e) , materials. 
33 ei ttii ()«nntl)ei I, m. quota, con- 
iigent. 
39oitt(igäfe|l, «. picknick. 

aSeitragen, ''•• " «■ i.-jn k. 

I contribute to etc. 2. i - (jll ic), tc 

jU (feinem Zuie k.) uicl beinetrnoei 
hnbeil, have done much towards caus 
ing etc. 

^citrcibcn, 'r. v. „. <®(i)uii)en, 

Olt.a.ibtni -, to colled. »ei,)u treib en, 
collectible; biif -, ^le » e 1 1 r e i 6 11 11 fl , 
collection. 

beitreten, "■. e. "• <"■ w. fein) 

((Sinem Siorrdilnge, iBertnigf) -, to accede 

to etc. ; (einer TOeiiiiinoi -, to agree lo etc 

SBcitrttt, m. (-e*) - (jn ic.), ac- 

a3citriIt^nrfnn^e, I. act of ncces- 

95CtUrtftCt(, ". (-«,P'. -e) 19te(t)t«, 

fpv.] inlerloculion, an interlocutory judg. 

aSeiüormunb, "■■ (-e*. v'. -tin 
aseiitjocbe, /. <p'. -m [«fim.] i" 
a3i'itt>a9en , "> (-«, p'- -' ^y 

coach, extra-coach, extra-carriage, extra 
chaise. by-wag(g)on, second wag(g>on. 
aSetWeg, •". i-a, Vl- -e> by-way 

aSCtlrCtb, "• (-ei.p/.-cr) concubine 

Setwcrfi'n, ''■ "■ <• '» 'i"-»« ^y 

SBftUHTf , ". <-ei, Pl- -'I secou 

^Cilrefeil, " (-«) accessory. 

^etUlOftllCn, !■• »• 1. a) to be pre 
seni at etc., to attend .c. „CO. Der 'TCeni 
-, to hear mass, b) ((Sincni aBeit'C) -, H 
bed or sleep witli etc., to cohabit will 
etc. 2. i (5-ineni - (= bejnlu fein mit ic.) 
10 be endowed or indued wiili etc. ÜBeni 



aSciU'DbnCn, »■ (-«>; l. presence. 

Setjroftniiiifl , /■ S-- eoh.ibna 
aSciwohncr, '"■ (-«, p'- -> «"< 

Ihat is present at etc.; f. 23c i 11) I) 11 e II. 
SetWOHen, "• »• (5incm-, towisi 

^etjiiort, "■ (-ff, p'- -5"" 

[C5>rnmm.l adjective; li){l)el. IC ) epilhet: 
(fiiinilelll.] title. 

aSeiWÖrtliläb, '"'.'• penainin» t< 
an adjective; epithetic. — iii^'. adjeclively 

a»l-i,^(il)lCn, •■ '■• loannumerate 
(StiiMirfePfntt. 6 e iqe jnl) 1 1, he was reck 
oned among the etc. 

ajl-ijc, /. 1- imiismipr.] hawking 
2. corrosive; [©rrb.] ooie; [TOet.lllnrs-: 
lye; [Jiiinfl|(()rciner] a color to tinge wood 



pfctll.) aqua fortis. 3. maceration. 
5-l)rt4e|'r^Ie -, [(Dcrb.J gradual preparation. 

aSctjct^cn,". i-i.pt. -) 1. IS?» 

t.] rebatenient. 9)fit -, rebated. 2 
[gRllf.] siiarp, diesis; it. flat. 3. ig)il)II).l 
attribute. 4. f. Ot eg e n J e i (i)e n. 

^etjen, ». n- l. lUDniOmfur.) to 

[finoferfl.] f. §^en; (gleifrt)) -, to morti- 
fy; (Sicifd)) in (SfMo -, to soak in vine- 
(Spnuie, iJellc) -, [(5)crb.) to tan, to 
(i?olj) -, to tinge; fct)n)nrj -, to 
ebonize; tie finpfertiifein -, [OTetnÜiirij.] 
to separate the verdigris front the copper; 
tiie 5?(i.ire - , 15?ntni.] to dress tlie fur; 
-6, eating, corrosive, corroding, caustic. 
Tsai -, maceration etc. 

SBeijbriiDe,/. ^a liquor i» which 

aseiiiunffer, n.^ any thing is m.ace- 
rated or soaked; [C^)erl>.] ooze. 

^eijljnnb, m. a dog used in hawking. 

Set jf rn ft, /. corrosive quality. 

fflcijfiife,/. ) 

aSeijtiene,/. [■ tan-vat. 

SSeijjnber.m.) 

Sieijmiitel,,,. corrosive. 

aSeijl'OocI, »■■ '"iwk, falcon. 

»eijiuiirj,/. pasque-flower. 

aSetjCit, nrf"- betimes, early, in 

aSeJJtCljCn, '> f. 3iijiel)en, $cr. 

aSctjimmer, "■ (-■?. p'- -> cabinet, 

closet. 

»etJOU, m. <-eä, pi. -iJIlC) addi- 
tional duty, extra-duty. 

aScjaaen, ■>• "- t» hunlln etc. 

Scjaljen, ■>- <«■ to afllrm. ©me 

-b, affirmative; affirmatively; 6er -^e, 
affirmer, affirmant; i),lä-, bie25e j n I) II n ,1 , 
affirmation. [proposition. 

<öejnl)unflifii^. m. an alfirmative 
23 e j (1 1) n n « n; e 1 f e , adv. affirmatively . 
S8ei(ilinna«niPri, ( ... term ot 

5B e j n I) u 11 ä ro or 1 1 c i n ,^ affirmation. 
aSeiaftlid) , adl. affirmable. - adv. 

©ejalirt, <><>j. ad«, aged, stricken 

bejammern, »• «. to bemoan, to 

»ejnmmernäivcril), ( adj. adv. i. 

aSejnm liter nam iir Did ,^ deplorable, 
lamentable. 2. deplorable, pitiable. 

33ej<imnicrn«n>iirt)i(jfeit, /. de 
plorableness. 

aSeidUfftSCn,^ >• «• lo receive with 

a^ejUbCln, i exultation, to re- 

aScjoiften, "■ o to yoke 

^etalten, "■ "■ l» cover wUh llme. 
lein gelb) -, to itop-dres» with) chalk. 



SeFnmj>fcn, •• «■ lo combat. iCie 

?ei&enrilinfren) -, to siriiggle with etc.. to 

^etannt,<"iJ i- known, ainacmiui 

-, notorious; liffilllllll) - ni.l(f)en , to ad- 
verti.<e. to uotily. to promulgate, to publish ; 



23ef 



ertifiiinitic. 


toget 


en iJremDfM 


u.rS. 


duce a sira 


iger 1 


to acquainl 


aenn 


le ; lint e-l 


em - 



SBcfanntc, 



SBffonntljcit,/. uoioriety. 
33cfanntHti, i "d,: 

SBetanntermntf n ,S as i^. («ei 

aScfonntntathung, /• p^i^iici 

lion, adverlisemenl ; - Mint) Qluiinil, pre 

clBinalioii ; i-llle llllgc|ct)lliaelie -, publi 

adverlisemeiil. [gence-officf 

»efninitiii(i(t)uiifl«,iiiit, n. intelli 

aSef anntf<J)aft, / p' -<:»> '• =' 

10 form ail acquaintance with etc. 2. (: 
'^tfalinte) acquaintance. 

^efrtntCn, ». « l. lo border «ill 
lace, lolace. 2. Omunerl.] lo -quare. 

a?Cfa»)Jjen, "■ <■■ l- (»nmnei -, t, 
top. 2. (Stiefel) -, to lop; ciiic Wuuet - 

^tiebvbaV, -dj. convertible. 

©ef ehren, <>■ <■■ - (j" « >. "> ^on 

verl. lo proselytCiije itoetc). Reifen-, II 
convert pagans to cliristianity ; Ber, til 
25efc()rte, convert, proselyte; (thii 
»iiBf), II. tefeljret eiirt), II and be con 
verled. 

aScfelircr, m. it, pt. -, (/. -m n 

convener; propagandist; - (Bet ^(iBeil) 
missionary. 

35efe6rung, /• i convening. 2 

25efel,riiiifl«nii|l(ilt,/. mission. 

33etel)til llgSbott , m missionary; 
propagandist. 

SBefehnnigSeifer, m. proselytism. 

55 ct el) ril 110 6 9 ei|l, m. spirit of pro- 
selyii.sm. [nary. 

23f tel)rM naSflefniiB It, m. missio- 

aetel)tiing«gefnnlit|d)nft,/. mis- 
sion 31 -fii grl)örig, missionary. 

Setel)rii iigf I'll (1) I ,/. proselytism. 

aSeteliriingSroeicii, n. l. all that 
toncems missions. 2. proselytism. 

aSefennen, '>. i-. «■ «nd n i. a, to 

confess, to acknowledge, to avow. ((Süili 
Belli -, to confess; Ben Siiipf.iiig uPiKSi'ie. 
fen ic.) -, lo acknowledge llie receipt of 
etc.; b) [iljeol.J (Oefutii (?l)ri|luiii) -, to 
confess. 2. [.SnrteniVr.J -, gntBe -, to 
follow snit; iiid)! -, ,o revoke, f to re. 
uounce. — 0. refl. .girt) ju !c. - 
avow, to own, to proless; fid) ju eilicr 
Sieligion -, to profess a religion; fid 
cl)ri(llid)eii afeligmn -, lo profess < 
self a clirislian; (id) ju tiueitl ÄiiiCe • 
acknowledge a child; un« ftftlllBig Jll ■ 
<iwn or admit our guilt; (id) (ti)lilBi 



Ofeditöiur.] to plead guilty. 

JBetenner, ">■ i-t, pi -,(/ -,,<»> 

- (liner 3{tliguin), professor ; - (Be* ©Inih 

Sefcnntntg,". i-(Teö. p^-nticon. 

fessloo; avowal. (Jill ei6lid)c6 -, affidavit. 
»efenntiiigfeuT,/. ihe sacramen. 
Jf the Lord's supper. 

aScfei'ben, •■. «■ lo notch. 

aScfic^ern, i' •>. lo utter or giggle 

aSefieten, n ". i. ^^cfieBetn 
aScfiefen , ". «. t» gravei. 
aScf lagen, ■>• « ■» lamem, t 



as e f I (1 g c II « II) e 1 1 1) , ladj. lamentable 
S3efl(igeil*ll)rirBl0.j - mlv. l.lmen 

aSeflagtC, m /. «Ber, Bic-j <-ii 

aScflammcrn, - ■■ lo cramp. 

aSftlatfcben, ■>. «. l- (©m eriKf 

Sef lauten, <>■ « "> p-^*^ »"!' "'^ 

igers; to finger. 10 claw. 

aSefleben, ■•■ ». «fn *npier i 

line witli paper etc.; \. SBctleibe 

SCtteden, ■> «■ l- '» be«patte 

dirty . 10 stain . to spot. «»lit Suite - 

blol; fid) — , to bespatter one's clothei 



9?cf 14"; 

SefltnFung,/. joining by a mot 

^eflOmmen, "rf^amious. uneasy 
l)eit,/. aniiety; |. 5} c f 1 e Ml Ml IMI g. 

ScttO^jfen, V. „_ 1. to beat re 
:atedly 2. lo shape bv healing. 

»eflügeln, r. „. to .-nbtmie. 
aSef tunfern, > 



edtaggle. 



aseflcdfen," 
aSefleifcen, -• 



^cfletöen, »• « i- a, (enu 

to cover. (&in Sliumet IC) -, 10 p 
to hang with tapestiy; to wainscot; 
>aitar> -, to spread the communion-cloth 
over etc.; mir ^griiior ic. — , to line 
face with marble etc.; (H)üreil IC.) -, 
lurnish with frames; (Ben älllfct) -, 



aSeCöfcern, v. 
Sefommen, 



ave. ((S-ii 



'tflM 



' get; 



i not to be had; (SnllB) Jll ®efid)te - 
lain sight of, to descry; jii feilen -, ti 
sight of. to have a sight of, (Befehle 
lo receive; «(iiiB - ,x.m\ SBniiuieiii, t< 



bio 



3(il)ii 



SSloltern ic.) 
to take a I 



, (gRi«.) to line; (emeu Sut) -, to trun 
t to clothe. IRit '0»gd)I I'Ber >Un|'et)en - 
' clothe with power or authority ; G-Ilict 
II einem biitgerlid)eii Flinte oB. einer geiil 

vil office, or with an ecclesiastical dig 
ly; ©men niii einem aiiiiie -, to receiv« 
ly one into a charge. 3. ©in 9111lt -, to 
)ld a place or office. 10 fill an office. 

Seflctöung,/. '■ -, bo« »efiei, 

Ml, clothing, lining etc.; f. »e 1 1 c iBe n. 

t Öie - iciiie« 'Jlintef), holding, filling. 

- (eiiieä Sinimerd), hangings, tapestry; 
ainscot(ing) ; -, («JKgl., SJilBlj.] drapery; 
(etne6 ®d)iffe«> , side-planks. 

aScf letftern , ■>• « l. (Sie §niire 
unit :c.) , to smear (with etc I ; mil %-A 
!r -, to line with paper; f, «8 e 1 1 e B c it. 

1 (Seine geljlcr) -, to color. 

^eClemmen , -. « ± (in» $«j, 

-, to press; Bef leiii 111 te Soge oB. llni: 
flöllBe, strait, straits. 

aSef Icmmung, /• - «er »ma lo, 

oppression ; [»)KeB.j anxiety. 

aScflettern, "■ «. lo dimb. 
^eElinfrn, f.«. [Simmen.) to join 



;atch; Sml 

iiind lo etc. — », n. (u. w. feill) ©ie IUI 
>ni il)m 6e(i<mmt, jon know wh: 
ood for him; (Bev f eiBnibeuBntfcnlieit 
■, gut -, to agree with etc. ; (Bit !c. 
lin fcl)r gilt -, has done him much go 
Juhl BefDiiinie ti Shiien ! iin-hl 
Bllim'^l much good may it do you! 

aSePommli^, adj. commodi^ 
- adv. commodiously; f. «cqiicm. 

^BcforPcn, f ... to cork 

^eforjjern, l Scrförpem. 

^ef often, f. SBiim r. a. 

»Cfoftigen, v. „ (©men, -, 
oard. to diet, (©me 9lrmte ic.) -, 
ictual, to feed. — r. reft, ©id) -, to 
lie's self in victuals, in board. 

SefÖfttgung, /. I. boarding 

SBeErafttgen, i+ »efrmicn), v 



ngtheii 

aSeCraftigUng , /• corroboration, 
.nfirniation ; strengthening; - (Blltd) 3eil. 
11), averment. [garland. 

Setranjen, "■ «. to wreaiiKo. to 
aSefra^en, -■ «■ <o »cratch on tiie 

rface. to scratch, to scrape 

^cfrautcn, ■■■ «. (9i<ftr so -, to 

i of g, ass or herbs, to weed. 

aSetreiöen, " <•- to chaik over 

aSefreifen, "■ «. to encircle, lo en. 
compass, (©in OietfUi) -, [aCniBnifpr.] to 

aSefreujen, «■ a. to cross. <sirt) -. 

cross one's self; (ein SBotI) -, to put 
cross before etc.; - (i). Sanonen), [>Biii 
:.] 10 command by a cross-fire. 

aSeh-eujigen, >■. r^A ®id) -, lo 



öetrie^cn, ■>■. 



SBefricgen, ■> 
«efritteln , 



SBefnttlcr, > 
10* 



«ef 



Set 



95el 



95ePrönen, ■> 



»efruftutifl,/- 
35fPümntcrn, ■> 



etc.. afflicled ; 



iid) for 



I -, to debit; (im Siitftc; 
nut tc. , to stand debited 
JJiAimiKl -, to charge 



ajcläfitern, ". " i» slander. 
»clnfitigcn, " « '• >W" Sn 



.-. reft, ©id)-, 1. 
!e., to grieve at or 
Md) iiid)t i"i6fr zc , 



er trouble yours 
fash your bra 



(-(it«, P'. -fiO aftliclion, giief. 

gSetunSen, «• «• 'o »ver. 

aSefiiffCn, v. «. to kiss repeatedly. 
SBClncbbar, «rf./- ridiculous, laugh- 
able. 

^elaC^dn , "■ "• '<> smile at etc. 



I , ^ aij. 



ajelarfen, - <• lo lacker, to var 
SSflaÖCn, ■'■. ". a. 1. 10 load, t( 
lade. 'I. 1 - tint IC. , 10 burden with etc 
- mit !C., loaded or burdened with etc. 

aSelaöung,/. loading, uding. 

aSClagCrer, >« C-«,?/. -> besieger 
beleaguerer. 

«Belagern, f- «■ ' 'o besiege, t. 

beleaguer, to beset. 2. 1 (&incil) -, t( 

Belagerung , / ^'■^i'- 

* e 1 Ü g r r u II fl f I) e I'd) li 9 , "■ I'eavy ar 
tillery for sieges. [army 



Se(nflcriliifl«tuii|l,/. the art of be- 

.sieging a castle or city etc. [proaches, 

aSelngeriiuoSiDEtf E, «. P'- "P 

aSelanfcCr, >". (-«, P'- -> ^ilander 

9?elang, m. c-r«) l. amount, f. see: 

trng. ■*. importance, weight. 25on — 

weighty. 

aäeldlloteid), adj. importam. nionien 
lous. weighty, of consequence. iael)C - 
h5d)(t -, of great weight, of vast weight, 

35elangen, ». «• '. t(5)md)tiid)) - 

to sue. 1. (S-iiicn - (= betrrffeni, to con. 



aSelanger, »■• c-«, p(. -> he 
»cloffen, ''■• '■■ "■ ifidujiciii 



aSelaften, 

■ e-iii Sdiiffi -, t. 



portune , 
molest , 
mid) fi'l)r 



the 



,, to incommode, t 
Bie ipi^e (jclüiliot 
was very oppressiv 



asclattcn, "■ "■ 10 lath. 
aSetattung,/. lathing. 
«Belauben, "■ «• i '» ">ver w,ti, 

leaves. » el (I lib t, leafed; iliicf belnubt, 
leafy; |ld) - (i>. »ciiimeii;, lo leaf; -, (>Jlr> 



of i 



JSelaubung,/ foimge. 
aSclauern, "■ «■ '■ (einem -, to 

E iu wait for etc.. to wait for etc., to 
atch. 2. C 10 impose on etc, 
»elauf, "■ I- r«) amount. Der 0"!!^ 

Belaufen, 'r. ". «• '■ lo run over. 

\ visit. '2. - ^= I'fleQt'ii) (lUMi iljiireu), 



V. reft, aid) - .IUI ic. , 10 amount 10 elc. 

Belauff^cn, ». «. "> watch, to 

SBelaufc^eV, >« l«, ;-'. -) eaves- 
dropper, listener. 

gjcleten, " <• ' 'o vivlly. lo aul. 
mate. «ffiltOEr -, to restore lo life; lOieBcr 
-, liOU aielltlll -, to revivify, to reani- 
mate, to revive; -i, vivific, vivißcal, vivi- 
fying; beletit, animaled; g-ilicc, Set I'D. 
Ein«, roil« DelElit, Cfiö -be 'ijjtiiijip, ani- 
mator. 2. ± to vivify, to animate; to en- 
liven; to quicken; (filler, tin o£i. J>Ai, mcii 

Belebt, <"^j. !.-«>. euifv Siniii), 
populous. 2. animated; spriglilly. lively, 
brisk, vivacious. (S-iii -cr iiiiifler OJicti('it). 
a lively youth, a sprightly youth. -|)eit, 
/. liveliness, sprightliness, briskness, ani- 



lity. 



Belebung,/ amma 



Beletfen, 

ginflet It. - , to li 



storative. 

:k. Bid) 
;er8. 2. ([ to 



Beleöern , » ". 'o leather. 

Beleg , »'■ (-" , pi- -O documen 

a3eleg|-d)eiii,,i .„ucher 
Seleoje'tel,^ ■ 

Belege, "• i-«) i'£d)iu'ibcr ic.j 

itripe sewed upon the border of a ga 



Belegen, 

y. -.WitSieleii 
itSinien -, to 



: iJBnrmDt -, u 
with m.lrble; (Die SpiC()Clflln|"ec) -, t< 
lie; (fine <p(Iiiafd)(ir ic.) -, to shoe 
1am -, [TOnr.J to belay; belrgt (1), 
it is' bet 3""ae), furred. 2. i a) «(Kit einer 9Ib, 
Unfte, ©tenet -, lo lay a t.u or duty oi 

2. t;on etc.; bicjeiiifleii roerbcn mil Strnfen be 



t , iütld)e IC, penalties are imposed on 
e who etc.; mit einet Oilbflrafe -, to 
a fine on or upon etc.; mit 31rrf(l -, 
Itacll, to arrest, to seiie. b) OTit Se= 
110 "''Et trupveu -, 10 garrison; bie 
bt mit itiippeii obet bie ipiiufet bet 
(Jinn)ol)iiet mit iSulbciteii - , to quarter 
t in the city or on the inhabitants; 
(©rilben) mit -Jltbeitetii -, [Win.] to em- 
workmen in etc. c) (fflelb)-, to place 
to put out. d) (gineii -;)3l.i()i -, lo 
:cupy. to secure (a place), to bespeak 
at in a public coach etc.). e) m\t eu 
nem 3?niiien -, to assign a name to elc. 
(Sine 3{ed)iiiino) -, to make good by 
hers; mit (Sterieii ic.) - , lo make 
good by etc. 3. - (u. Xljiereil), to line, 
to cover. (Jine ©tllte -, to horse a mare. 

Belegen, adj. • situated. 

Belegung, /. the act of covering 
etc. - nut einer ©tenet, mit Steiietn jc., 
the act of laying a tax, or, of imposing 
taxes etc. on etc.. taxation; f. «eleoen. 

Beleftmen, <>■ <•■ lo loam. 
Beleftnen, ». «. ((Sincn) -, to 

feolf. to enfeoff, loinfeulT. Dct i8 (I c 1) li tc, 
teoffee. [feotTor. 

Bcleftner, »-. (-«,?(.-) feotrer. 

BflC^nUng, /. feoirmcm. enfeoff- 
ment, infeoiriiieiit. 

Belehren, ». «. to instruct, lo in. 

form, ginee «effitii, eiiieS 9Inbecn -, to 
disabuse, to undeceive, t" set right; befbt 



L>nte 



■ ic. 






lielcljtt fein, before we judge 
be well informed of elc, ; man (jilt mid) 
eine$ 'lliibetn l)elel)tt, 1 am otherwise 
advised; iiid)t redjt Don ob« übet :c. be. 
leljrt jeill, to be misinformed of etc. ; (id) 

son; (id) nu« (»lu-ftetii ic.) -, to derive in- 

Beleftrung, /. instruction, Infor- 

Beleibt, «rf/ corpulent äiftroet -, 
heavy. -l)cit,/. corpulence, corpulency. 

Beleidigen, ". «• i- to otfend, to 

give offense. (Stüblld) -, to outrage; (Silleu 
|"d)roet-, to insult any one greatly ; -b, 
offensive, injurious; (iiif eine - bt JCeife, 
offensively, injuriously; b(l6 -be, offensi- 

bigt (inbeu, to take offense at etc.; bet 
-be il)til, offender; bet belcijiflte il)eil, 
ber ^e leibtote, the person offended; 
bn* SBcrbted)en bet I) c I e i b i o t e n 'Wo;e|tiit, 
high treason. 2. ± (Die Sliigeii :c.) -, to 
offend. (©Dld)E inn«) - bie OI)teii , are 
offensive to the ears, grale upon the ears. 

Beleidiger, '"• <.-f.pi. -> offender. 

-inn,/, offendress. 

Beleidigung,/ (p' -eni offense, 

injury. (äJtul'C -, affront, outrage, insult; 
Cine fdjiuete -, a grievous offense; etiunS 
aii Ob. füt eine - nufneljmcn, to take offense 
at etc.; eine - cin(letfeii, ofbiilbio crttooen, 
i)etfd)metjcn, f)iniiel)men , to swallow or 
pocket an affront, to put up willi an in- 
sult. 

Beleihen, f- »eleljuen. 

Beleimen, '■•■ <•■ '" i;i"f. 'o «over 



"Sit 

ißfleiftCn, ■-. ". 10 tuinisl, uill: 
lerfges, 

©elettcrn , i'. «. (-wm.) lo tumish 
-SeUmmcrn, ». ■. i-TO,ir.] to cum- 
aSelcminermifl,/. mar.] eiicum. 

^Belemnit, •"■ "l-ni, p'. -ei» belem. 
iiile. anow-liead. lluiiider-boll , lliuiider- 

'BClefCn , »*• read, well-icad. - in 

sive reading. 

a?ClCUC^tfn, " <•• I. to illume, to 

ligl.l. gm 3ii"iii«r, Me «iniBCii cm.r et.ii^r 
-, to light a room, lo light the streets of 
a city; - «Scm.llDi:) , (-»,',11.] 10 illumine. 
1. t iSmai)-. !'■ illDiiiinate, In illustrate 1 
to tlirov» light on etc. '7tnl)n - i&rm.is). 

to inquire into etc. 3. HJfillt.] 10 leton- 

J8ctCU(*tCr, m. (-i, pi. -) I. „ue 

JBCleU^tUn^,/. l. iHumining, il- 
lumination, lighiiug. 2. i illustration, ei 
«ii.iuation; inquiry. 

JBcIfern , •>■ »■ l. - d.. ijnnöno, IC 
velj). "2. ± to scold, ^el fever, m. I. yel- 
per, a yelfiiiig dog. i. i snailer. 5Jelfei 
tlini,/. shrov. 

'Belgraö, •■.(-«) (ffleogr.J Belgr.,de. 

Öelflien,". MiBelgium. Seigier, 

m. (-«, pt. -) (/. -Ill It), »eliiifiD, „dj. 

JBelii'baugetn, v. «. lo ogie. 
^Belieben," "■ «• i&tmn«) -, to iike. 

to desiie, to choose; to wish for etc. - 
@ie em IC. , will you have a etc.? — o. „. 
aCfi« beliebt 3l)neit ? »vhafs your plea 
su.e? wh.if, »our will? netjmeii Sie, ro.is 
31,neil beliebt, lake your choice j l|,uil 
laie, ro.iä OOiieii beliebt, use your plea- 
be pleased to etc. - c. imp. >33le ei Clltf), 
3l,iieii beliebt, as you like, as you please. 
as yon choose; taS h f 1 1 eb t ^tineii, 10 jii 
r.lljen, sou are pleased to say so; lueilll ti 
3hiicn beliebt, ju !c., if you please to 
eic. ; roeiiii ei Oljiieii beliebt , if you 

please. 

©CliebCU, ". (-«) liking, pleasure. 

as you please; und) feilicui -, as he likes; 
1* lli-rie ei ill 31)r -, use your pleasure; 
I leave it lo you; - Ijiibcil of. jlMtell an IC, 

SScUebifl, adj. agrceaUle. Sine -e 
Summe fflelDefi, any sum of money; niai 
Shlicll - 111, whatever you choose; ju jeDer 

aSeliebt, "dj.'l. favorite. - loerben, 
to grow into favor; [id) bet it. - m(id)cii, 

SBolft -, popular. 2. I", »eliebifl. 
S5eliebtl)eit,/7 , - . , 
»eliebtieni, „ ] "" '"""» '" '"""•■ 

33eliegen, ir. i Sieoen 1 



'Belintcn, / ■>■ ..■ cv.if.n) - 
^Bclinivcn ,S rue. 

«diftCn , ... a. .o over-reach 

»ctittci-n, i-JKui.) r. »tint 
^eüatonna,/. [*Dt.i u.uad, 

SJcUen , ". ". to bark, to hay. 
SeUCV, '" l-'S pi- -) baiiier. 

aSeüetrift, «■. (.-en, pi. -nu 

on to liieralure. -if, /. belles-lel 
>lile literature. — i|"d), titli. r£j.-itiu 



BcfLbammcl, 
JBclobcn, f.a. 



-i. pi. -iimniel 



Ifianjle.il.] r. ariunljiieii. ' 

35liObUng,/. commendation. 

rSclOCÖCn, •>. -.. lo hole i„ bor« 
es ,n. (öie ¥>'lri0oli'r) - , to make n. 
ions in e.c. [munerKÜle, 

BctObnbaV, "dj. rewardable, re 
rSelOtinen, •>■ <■■ to .cmune.ate, tc 

etc.; ci beloljiii Die 'Aiiljc ind)t it is noi 

JSelCbnCr, '«. C-S. W. -> rewaider. 

JBetO^nung, /. remuneration; re 

compeuse. rewai'd. - rur Sieiirneiiluiioeil 

?8ClUcljfeil,i' t,. a. i to coieu, lo 

33etuflfcn, 5 <='''»'• 

iSelt'r "I. (-e5, pi. -et Iffleiflr.] B,r 
aroge -, III« Ure.1t Belt; »er flfllie -, tile 
Lesser ^or little) Belt. 

aSeluga, "■• ic*iii.] heinsa. 

JBetÜgCn, Ir. v. a. to deceive by 
lies, äie beUil luirt), she told me a lie. 

aScluftigCn, "• "• to amuse, to di- 
vert. 5Bir - iin« nut oocr nil jt. , we art 

diverting; ,UI|' etile - De iSeife, iiuiusingly. 
a^CluftiqCr, »'. (-*. pi- -) amuser, 

JBcluftiaung, /. I. -, i>Ai »em. 

Ill.ien, amusing, diverting. 2. amusement, 
JBcleCÖere, ». belv.dere. belvedere. 

JBeljen, f. -jsciien. 
JBciiiat^en, "• >■</'■ Sud -, i. m 

B e 1 1, 11 11. 

löemäcbtigen, f- >«>'. i. eiift - 

U'ilier a.lrije), to take possession of etc., 

flii) filler ®tne>t !C. -, to take or gain ä 
letc. ; flrt) Oininnb« - , to make or 
take any one prisoner, to seize (a ihief 
etc.). 2. i Sita) (Der Seele jc.) -, to seiie. 
igEciiii Die ic ) I'ld) Dei ^erjeii« beniii*: 
tlflt l)iU, possesses llie heart; (luelrt)e 
üBiiil)) bciiiii(()ti|]te rmjeeiiier? possess- 
ed lliee? 

^txaaitUn,! »• «. i. to paiut. si* 
aSeinoten , j-.= rci)iiiiiifeii.torougc, 

lo pnint; jrcb -, to daub. 2. to soil with 



'^<m 149 

■Scmn fehl, "1.10 maculate. 10 stain. 

JBcinanncn, v. „. lo man. 

JBCmannUng, /• '■ manning. 2, 

sli.p's ciew. 

'Semnntfdi, ». a. to uoke. ^^t\^. 

lit !C.) -, to paliiaie. Dn< -, Die «eranu. 
t el una, pallialiug, palliation. 

'Bcniaftcii, «■ «• ic-in saiiTi -, to 

fix the masts in or of elc. » e ill ,1 fie t, 
BCmnftling,/. mast, masts. 

Seänauern, '■ ■ lo waii, lo im- 

©cnuiulforbcn, v ... to mu^^ie. 
JBeinaulfdbcüen, ■•. «. (amen-, 

to give one a slap or du>ise on the chops. 

©I'lnaufen, "• »■ iSimiu -, to rou 
i8cmel)len,»«yi. Sid)-, to sprinkle 

one's clothes with meal or Hour. 
SCmCigflll, «■ a. lo chisel. 

^emeifteni, »• ». i- to overcome. 

2. t (Seine S.lD.lirrt),l|Iclli -, lo subdue; 



f. fid) Sein lid) 110 en. 

>8eineI»Cn , ■>• a. t to mcntlo; 
tilielDetcr •BiMb-en, as aloiesaid. 

JBcmengeii, ■■• >efl. Sid)- nutK 

me.uile with etc.; f. urt) 35 e fn 1 1 e II. 
JSemevtbaV, -U- observable, pe 



ten./, perceptibili, 

jBemevEcn, .• 

..bserve, lo notice, 

tue of etc. b; (= -ill 
rem.lrk. -ffiic llllli- 


». I. a) (olivna) 
to remark, lo p 
, etllCII) -, to la 
nierfciu to observ 
1 benierft, as 


ne'd. 2. gt Deiner 


id)e, the thing me 
ft li a.>r Übel, 


kesi, very 111; erf 1 
kes It in good part. 
aenierfeiieiDfri 


iiicrtt eä rouljl, 
, /nrfy.noliceah 


SBemereensmiirD 


10,^ remarkable 


rlhy of ohscrvatiou 
serv.ible. .o be obsr 


worthy of notic 
rved. 


JBcmei'f I'f, "'. ( 





SBemaftlen, » 
sBcmnbnt, «rf; 



SCmCrtlitt), «.O. sens.ble, percep 
ible, perceivable, observable, (it uiiliDle 

- adv. sensibly, perceptibly, perceivably. 

Scinertung, ./. ^pi- -em observa- 

r>id);e -en, «nuD-en, marginal uote.. 
SSeiiiertiiiifliflnbe, /. talent for ob- 

»eiliertllliflSgciil, m. an observing 
ajeiiierfunGiSiueetij, ( f. iSeiuer. 
»en,erfunflemi-.tDto,)(en*mertl,. 
3SCmtftCn, « «. to dm.g. to manure. 
JBCmitleiCen, » « to commiserate, 

Semittelt. «*• - rem, to ue wen 

55)01)1 -, opulent. [furnish. 

35cmöie(n, «• «. .sinnnet) -, t. 

aSemOfCn, ». «. ■» moss, lo cover 



I 50 45 cm 

d. — r Ji and reß. -, fid) - - 't 

35emörtcln, r>. a to cov 

iiortar. to parget, to pomi. 

©cmübcn, v. «. (©.net» - 

vi\e . to trouble for etc. ^<t) Illiig ' 
et -Mi]<\be tei »ritfee iiid)t -, I ' 



refl. ©id) - , to I 



®ic fidi tU'rt) llidjt, pray, do not give your- 

seek anxiously after etc. ; fid) fl'ir (filltn-, 
to interest one's »elf for etc. i il)r lOCrCct 
fU* Ulllft'llft - , you will lose your labor; 

iHT.nif, l)ctuiiret I'Dcr t)trab -, to walk or 
step up, to come up, to come down; ftd) 

93f mübcn , " i-^> ) pains . 
^emiiftung,/ <?'• -eiD^ trouble, 

S3 e in il I) 11 n « e b ii b r , /. commission, 

aSemitfiflcn, r. «.« to oblige; f. 

aSenoibart, ««• Meigi,i,o(u)ring 
Sßenodjricbtigen, (t «eMnd)nd). 



ajcnoc^ricfctigung, /• 



},il0P!c.) -, bcn.idjcft ictM, 
igl.ied. 1. i ? aSeiintSiet, b, 
oomy.t tenebrous, f tenebrio 

aScnacbtfteiliacn, ■> «• t 
33enagcln, ». «. to naii 



95enagen, ■ 



©enamcn , I "■ «■ to nun,, 
58enamfen,S li.iiiuct, ua 

vcleped; <i|lfr.inl>cr, ^cr OSn-ee bei 

Alexander, surnanied tlie Great. 

aSenarben, -. « to scar, t 

(5j,iiij ben (ir tit, full of scars. - 
and r(/l. -, (id) -, to cicatrize. -^ 

aScnafcfecn, •>■••■ to tastest, 
aScnäfff n , '■■ « to «et. 

'ÖCnCt'Cln, V. a. J. to wr; 

log or mist. Säeiicbclt, foggy. 2. 
a:HrfI,lIl^ It.)-, to dim. e-inen-, 

li.e senses, - ,.. reft. Sirf, -, to 
loiitated. to get tipsy. S^Entbfll 



^i5cii 


SÖCO 


stcred. [rify; 1. -lireifet.. 
^CneSCten, r. a. to bless. to glo- 
^CnCÖict, <-fI), "■■ (-«) Benedict, 
nnet. Bene't. -e, -a,f. Benedicla. 


clovvnisbness. rudeness; Incivility. -I) il f 

a) adj. churlish, clownish, ill bred, toars 

rude, b) adu rudely, coarsely, clownishl 

«St^liaclfnuDf, .«. [ipp I head of tl 


»eiiebictenfr.lllt, n. bennet. avens. 


bar. (handle of the ba 


aSencbtctiner, >" (-^ . p' -> - 

niind), m. Benedictine friar. Cie -, 
-nedictines. Black friars. 


seenaeird)cibc, /. (ji,;,.; woode 
3Scngdn, v. a. i. (^jnnrv k., -, 

clog. -2. (g?li(Te ic.l -, to knock olT with 


SB en e b 1 c 1 1 11 L' rn t' II II e , /. Benedictine 


stick. 


iin. (tine convent. 


SenilfCn, " « t« nod at, to no 


»niebidtincrfloiltr, ... a Benedic 
»eneDictinerotSen, .... tl,e order 
r monks) of St. Bentdict. or of St. Benct. 


assent to etc., to approve by nodding. 

aSenicfen, ... »■ i. ((J.u.<i«) -, t 

confirm by sneezing. 2. to sneeze at et 


aSencftjiat, >•>■ (-ni,pi.-m> bene- 
J8encftj_, »■ <-'*. pi- -e) 1 


Benjamin, -"• (-«i Benjamin. 
aScniamin, .«■ <-«) f- sjenjut. 

95 e n j a ni i 11 b n tl in, m. benjamin, spic 



SBenifijium, » <p'. -«, p'- -iemj 

benefice, living, 'i. benefit. 3. (ä(l)nufp.) 
vitr ^le 35cnitilt'bt|le"ii"a. benefit. 

aSenebmcn, ■'•• »■ <• ' »> •<> '«i'« 

ivay. (S-lllcni (S-Imn« - , to deprive any 
ne of etc.; gilKlll tlie 91u«|i*t -, to ob- 
ruct or intercept any ones view; CS-inctll 
Ml *ail)eni -, to take away one'.s breath; 
■tncin ben ^!»ntl) -, to dishearten, to dis- 
courage any one; (JinEiu (Die Sotijeii ic.i 
-, to rid any one of etc.. to free from elc. ; 
(fincm fiiiicM Ornljuin -, to undeceive, to 



I'ibelii &e. 
i biio cac. 
b) t (S-i 



a3cnct)mWcrc,/[i)ȟnjit>.j cutter 
aScncbmen, "■ <-«> '• i>ei.a»ioiu)r 

a.eanoiulr.carriage, deportment, conduct 

■ rsonall manners. Sn« nu|lnnt>l()C, fcinr 

feinririlldic -, senllemanliness. 2. (aid) Ulli 

m imtifMK. Ml« - lEpcn, to confe, 

etc. about etc. 3. [Oillt't.] prolepsis 

prolepsy. 

^enebmli*, »dj-ad«. t mannerly 

S^cneifcen, >'. « to envy. 3d) be 

l^l• il)ii iiidii iini fein CSJiiirf, 1 du no 
»V him his good fortune. 
»Mieiben^^rr.l,,/ . ^„^,^^,^ 
»eneiben«n)iirMii.^ 

a?enennen, '.■■'.«• to name, u 



nnt (P. 3nf)len), [SlriH).: 
Ort) -, to designate; 



Benennung,/ 

ine - brinji-ii («n 



ete; i 



aSengalen, "■ <-^> Bengal, d.i 

»eiig.ilirdie , fur »cuflnl ifpr (id)c 
Bengalee. Der « e II fl n I f , Me »ciifl.ilei 
Bengalese. 

aSCngCl, .'.■ (-«, pi- -) «lim. »PI 
geld)cn, "■) l. cudgel, a short thick stick 
- (ciuer ejlodcj, clapper; «in »riinnen 

«Preg-, [Inp.J bar. 2. ± churl, clown. 



?8tn\ppcn, •>■ a. to sip. 
aScnotbigen, ». «. f. iRothi.ien 

aSenOtljigt, "<IJ- required. B,1d -f 
,e thing wanted; finer @nd)E - lein , ti 
e in want of. to stand in need of. t< 
'ant, to need, to lack (c acc./i Id) bil 



aSenuinmcrn, .■ « to (mark with 
^en]x^en,t "■ <■ <etiunä) -, a. to 

a5Cnii§en,i ""ke useof elc; b) to 

eiiic (Seleflenl)eit -, to avail one's self of 
opportunity, to embrace an opportunity ; 

(ben flnaenblid) -, to improve. 

aSCnjOC,/- - i>o«-D,irj, benzoin, 

benjamin, gum benjamin. 

enjofbl'iinen, / pi. flowers of 

enjDcfnuer, udj. SB e n.i oe f,ui r eS 
©all, (ehem.] benzoate; be ii juernurc 6 
lun !C.), beiijoeaefiiuertEr (j?nlt lo, 
nzoate of etc. (sible. 

<öenjoe|-.inre, /. benzoic acid. 
beobachtbar, "dj. observable, vi- 

§8coba*ten, »a. i. to observe. 

watch. 2. ((äJei'e^E) -, to observe; feine 
®d)niciofeit ob- '15flid)t -, lo do. discharge 
or perform one's duty; lStiB|d)lliei(Jfn -, 
to keep silence; Die g(l(len - , to keep 

observanda. 

aScobaebtci-, m. (-i.pi.-x/.-ium 

1. observer. 2. - (iHiii (5)ebrniirt)eii, gornieii 

IC), observer. [servant. 

aSCObaC^tfam, «*■ observing. Ob. 

aSeobncbtung, /■ i. observation; 

(SDilTciifd)-] Observation, -ell nmd)ni I'ter 

(SeOixen IC.) , observance, observation. 
<öepl>(ld)tinic«"rt,/. the manner of 

observing. [servation. 

S8ei)li(id)tiiUj]«on^f. /. i"''"' 'or "''- 
«BeDbndllll nfltflttfl, m. anobseiving 

<SEübnd)tiinj)«l)EEr, ... army of ob- 
SfOjjret, «*• eared; [iBoi. IC. J 

aScoljrfcigen , "■ «- &ncn-, to 

aSCOtCn, '• «• to oil. Sirt) -, to be 



«•If all oily. 

a5e*>a(fen, ■•. <• to load. 

to fill, stuff or cram one's pock 

"Sesolmcn, "■ "■ 'o «• 
•Bc^janjcrn, '■ ■» to i,a. 

paste; f. »ffltidtru. 

J8Ci'«*Cn,< to daul, one 
^vitl, pitch. .0 mak. 

JBe^cIScn, -• <•■ to cov, 
a?c»>crlen, ■■ "■ i '<" 

to bepearl. [(lötfcl 

ajejjfdhlen, ■ « to.... 
'Sc^jfeffcrn, <•■ "■ to pe 



If all pitchy 
rei- Willi fur 
set or adon 



33cjiflanjen, "■ " "> p'a"t. 

lo plasler. 2. (lätnlBEll ic-i -, to pi 



Q3cr 



JBeaUCmlt*, i- »equci». 

JBcaucmlic^teit, / <p' 



Seflucmlin^ , >". i-s, pi- -v a 

iidolent per.soii. [to foliat* 

JBeauidfcn, >•• «■ (äpicgElgl.ifeiri - 

©crajjmen, r. a. i. to iprovid 



35crainen, f. »c a reu sen. 
JBeranecln, v. a. to border, t. 

dge . to furnish with a small edge. 

«cronöen ,(•>". to edge, to bo, 
3Bcranöern,j «i«r. [«ir'i« 

35eranEcn, •• «■ to cover »in, ten 
aSerajj^jciiw " "• (-»f'TirJ ■orougi' 
öera»)en, 5 ""• " pi^-'et 

^CVafCn, " « to turf, to .ward 
'SCt>fIÜ(fen, »o. to pluck, to plume; »cr.lfct, turfed, turfy, swardy. 
SeruL'fni. «BcrOf^Cln , "■ "■ to rasp (at, , t, 

sBCJjftÜge", " " "> plow or plough, shape with a rasp. 

ascjjfoften, '■■ ". to furni.h with »cratbcn. <>. - »■ i- e-.ne fiir*! 

its. !C. -, to endow a church etc. i. (e-lllEll) - 

aSCJjfrOJjfen, •■ o- 10 cork. to adviie, to coun.sel; -D, consultative 

58ct)frÜnJ>Cn, -. «. ((S-tnfii. -, to öku scvailje Stcl God help you! - •> 
.vide with a living or benefice, ^e-.reß. SiiD lUit 1£. -, to advise will, etc.; 
ficed; (irt) mit IC. I'lUCC IC. -, to confer w,tl. etc 



Sei)icEen, ■•. <.. to pe 
»cjjinfcln, ■•. « to 

mepi^tn, ■• <•■ e to p 
'SSeplanten, ■• <•■ to 

SBcvIattcn, ■>• « ' 



ush ; to bi 
[to bepis 



-OTir 



- (OSefnfTe Jc: 
über beiUntier, plated. 

aSejjoIftcrn, - «. t» 
aSejjragcn, -■«• - » 

itl. (arms etc.», to i.npres 

aScjiu&crn, »• "• t. 



aSejiunCten, " 

5Scj>urtJurn,S d,. 
©fpuftcn, f. « I 



powder. (ät(i> 

J dot. Sid) -, 
the body. 
10 purple; to 
in purple. 
ow repeatedly 



SCaUCm, '•'IJ- IcoinmodioMs. easy 
proper, convenie..!. fil, suitable. (Jille - 
aiElcgenlieil , an opportunity, - (l>. »t 
3rit), proper; rt'enii ei bir, Shneii , ihm - 
ill, at your leisure, at l.is leisure; c* fi* - 
ni.icbell, to serve ones own ease a.id con 
veniccy. 2. - (u. TOeufdlf.l) , indolent 



icmliififfit, 
»t(iucinl(if.e,/ 



aScratbcr, »■• (-*. p'- 
aScrotbWlagen, •> " 



fd)laflt übet Die Snd)e, the affair is unt 
consideration. — v.refl. ©id) - mil :c., 
consult or delibera.e with etc.; fid) llllt 
I'lDcr If. -, to consult or confer with e 
about etc. [tio.i . co..s..llatic 

berauben, '■■'■ ' - u-.iicr^©iiii) 

to plunder or rob (ot etc.). ((Jiu iad)lifi 
to plunder; tie (lieiuemSeotlöev -, to pe. 
late, to enibeizle; etiler, cer Die ©fine.ii 



, [cv OiiiiOl'r'iiii^.ift - (ein gr.iueiijii 
rr., to disiionor, to debauch, to deflou 
it SeiD.ili Der (Jhre - c'Srnuciijiniiiiet), 
olate, to ravish; Ber DKnuiiljeit -, to cs 
ate; iei Ci>c|id)tcf -, to blind; tn Svi) 
, to dethrone; &1UCII fellies Scliewi -, 
ke away one's life; tn 5-i-eil)eiten ii 
i>rrcd)re - cStJiMe, ficr|.'etr<l)iifieii to, 
sfranchise. - i.. reß. ®i(ft einer So( 
, lo deprive ones self of etc. 
aSCraubUUfl, /. robbing elc d 



Peg-;i 



an. einbezilemenl 

aScraud&cn, 



35cr 

(^Ke^., (Fhem.l . 



feiO-, to disinfect by fumigation; (filci. 
^tr, Simmer !C.) mit ivi'lilried)enfen <S(id)eii 
-, to perfume; (6eil ■Jlltnr It.l -, [finth. 
fiirdie) to incense. Bnf -, Me »eriiiuDe. 
rung, smoking: [-Me^.) fumigation; (fi.in,. 

aSeraufcn , ■■■ •■■ to piuck. 

geraumen, f- •■ r.a n t er,i n me». 

©craiifdbcn, <■■■ ... i. to intoxicate. 

-t.(i..(Hctr,infrn,,intoxicaii..g;l.eraii|-d)t, 
tipsy, dr. ink. fuddled. "2. ± to intoxicate. 
- r. reft. S.d) -, to gel dr.i.ik. to gel in- 

Werter, .". f. ».in. er. 

JBCrberiÖ , /. l barbe.rv ; 

SBcrbcri^c,/. ip'- -id^ f. »en-e. 

-aerberi«D(iuiii , / \ barber(r)y 
S8 e r I) er i « iT r n u d),j '" | (-tree). [(Vnol.) 
ajerberUflniitie, /. ) pipperidge- 



S8cre<:^cn, >•. " to rake. 
aScrcc^cnbar, «ii calculable 
ajere^ncn, ». ... i. to caici, 



refl. Sid) mit ©inei 

Seret^nung, /. 



2. liquidation, s 
em. [prosecute by or at 

J8crC*tlMl , r. „. ((Jjiieii, - 

33ercd»tigen, c «. i. m auii.c 

, e.npower. 9Jii*rd)lieglid) I'creJ)! 
rivileged. 2. - (Jll !C.) , lo entitle 

»crec^tigung,/. amhoriiatioi 

ScrcbCn, ". ". 1. ((S-incin -, 

revailouetc. (einen) - ju IC, to lal 
I etc. 2. (&ill,'ll) -, to talk ill of el< 
ander. 3. (erroa«. -, to talk about 



aSereöfom, "rfy fioque 

f. 1. eloq..e..ce. 2. (-. 3(e^efull(^) 

dieiii 1. fluent, eine -e Sunfle 
fluent ullerance. 2. eloquent, 
fluently. 2. eloquenlly. 

aScrcjjncn, "■ « to lain 
aSercibfn, ■• «■ to mb. 

*Sin-Cict), "<■ i-ti) reach. 

sphere. 9(1. ger bem -e, out ol 
reinem -c, within his reach ; mif 

aScrcichercr, "■• <-^ 
Screic^crn, « " i to 



JBercidjcrung, 
aScrfifcn, r. ... 



!52 33 er 

jBcretfen, "• «■ i- '" «ve,- »uh 

ri.i.e, with hoar frost. 2. i »evcift, a) 
(>»«.] hoary; bi (= Qtmi Dot älltft), hoary. 

iBerehncn, »■ «• t •" ''"''y'""- | 
Sevetfen, ■>•"• (20116««-, to travel 

over, to visit; (OJ?f(Tfll) -, lo frequent, to 

' 58l?l'ett, nrfy. prepared, ready; dis- 
posable. - fEin, to I.e ready; - Jll IC, 
ready for etc. ; ready to (c. in/) ; - ni(l(t)PII 
cbir li.ilrni, to make ready; il* - iiM.-fjcii, 

preparations, to hold one's self ready; fift) 
jll !C. - ni,ld)ili , 10 prepare for etc. 

iSereiten, "■ "■ '■ "> pr-^pare, to 

dre.«. (SeftT, Jiirf) if.) -, lie(f)n.] to 
dress; äpEifeU -, to dress meat. i. i to 
prepare. <S(f)mcrjeii , ^vrnfe ic.) - i(Si> 
nein), lo procure; (S-inciii dtii UiitftijniiiJ -, 
to woik a man's destruction. — v. reli 
Sill) (Jll IE.) -, lo prepare (for etc.), lo 
make ready, to make preparations. 

Bereiten, tr.«.«. 1. (SiiiE (jiBocubj 

-, to ride over etc. 2. (gin %itxi) -, to 
manage, lo break, f to dre.5s. 3. ['TOilit.) 

to remonni; ijllt, |Mll.'(f)t I' E r I 1 1 E 11 , well 
mounted, badly monnted. 

JBercitev, '«■ (-i. p'- -) </• -ii"" 

preparer, dresser. 

'Bevcitcv, '«■ <-■=- W- -) I- ""si'- 



35eVCit§, "''"• already. 
«eVettfdjaft, / l. readiness. 3m 

prepare; fid) ill - IJil'tEII, lo hold or keep 
ones self ready. 1. [TOidr.] picket. 

33eVeitUng,/- dressing, preparing. 
preparation. 

•Sci-ciinilOö.itt, /. the manner of 
preparing 'aiedicinea etc.), ttie manner of 
dressing (leather etc.). 

?Bei*CitlUiIli3, '"0'- ready, disponed, 
willing; it. obliging, f officious, aid) Jll 
etlUilö - JtiflEll. lo show one's self ready 
to do atbing. -felt,/, readiness, willing- 

ajerenncn, » ••■ iJJrica-f.j cgine 

Sl.iMic.) -, to inveu. Da* -, Mc=8e. 
r EU mill!), investment. 

'Berenteti, "■•■■ m endow, to asMgn 
Bereuen, ■>.'•■ i- (etm.iä, feine 



«ErEUEMämEttl), ( ndj. worthy Ol 

■BErEiienSroiiiMo, 5 repentance. 
Bereuung, / repentance. - ftl 

Berg, •<•■ (-'«, P'- -« '• mountain, 
mount; liill. t)(lä -d)Ell, a little mountain, 
a .small mountain; il. a hillock. 2. t (Jl 
i|l lUit afle -E, he is off; mirte. fin», etie. 
ill nod) iiidit tldft eeii -, all is not yei 
over; leillElll) fli'lötllc -e l'ECiprEd)fll, to 

luise wonders; Ijiiitft ^elll -e IjnllEii , to 
dissemble; to be reserved; Me S)aatt |1ei 
Ijeil i^ni Jll -E, his hair stands an ronl 



!nd; f,i lichen Me Od)fEn ,1111 - 
the puule, there's tlie d.fficn 
the rub. .J. (ill comp.) »era- 



on a mountain; rock . . .; found on 

iling among miners; used in mining, 
ed in or for mines; fossil. 

■BEro^lb, adv. I. down-hill. 2. t de- 

ining. -Wit ll)m iicljt li-, he is going 



»Eroatfei', "■. 
»etO'iert,/. 



r,/. rock ouzel. 



^Erjjilll, ado. uphill, up-liill. 

»eraniiDotii, m. downy stachys. 
«crUiitbeit, / mining, woik in tl 
mines. -Et,/ miner. 

»Eta.lVt,/ gangucgang. 
'Bcranuf, adu. upliill, up-hill. 
«erflSnietinit, m. mountain valeriai 
»etfliialfnill, m. naphtha. 
'3er(l6i)tl, MI. mining, the working 1 

fllllll', / (the .science of,°n,ii,ing. -fill 



.f) minini 



SerobEiiieiitE,) ing to 
33fti)l'erd)telbEV , m. 



8, f. orosraph 



aetalJefrt) 
urology, the science or desc 
mountaiiia. 3iic - tjetjörig, orol 

SoetjociUfljiicr, m. (/. -11 
taineer, f mountaiuer. an inhal 

■SetflH.lll, n. 1. mouulai 
aiure; a) the lapis lainii, and b 
prepared front il, ultramarine. 

!ö e r (J 1)1- (t, m monntain-anlel 
tain goat, wild goat. 

» Et 8 1* r U II , n. umber. 

«etafiiid)E,/ f. jpaflEDiif 



Setar 

»er,]» 



•SftOfi, >'. mountain egg. 

»Erocreiuir, ) solUary sparrow. 
«er.JElllEt,/ the great shrike or but 



■ÖE1-.JEPPU1), m. n 
»EtGEtJ,... ore. 
«etflEUlE,/. eagli 
■Serof,ilf(e., m. si 



-parsley. 









33« 


» 


rgf 


11, 


m. the fall of a li 


mine 








« 


cof 


fni 


, m. f. MuEtl,al,l,. 


!» 


tgf 


ill. 


adj. [OTill 1 native. 


SilDf 




live 




93 


r'of 


ID, 


1. a field situated on 


a hai 


ging 


field 




3 


tof 


Ki) 


Et, in. common dill. 


5» 


rof 


tti 


, adj. [-ffii,,.] consum 


affeci 


ed w 


th a 


pulmonary disease. 


» 


rgf 


lie. 


/ 1. l-Vtu,.] pillar 


»era 


fEll 


iiiG 




33 


ta' 


llii 


3,/ a mounlain.for 


'33 


ruf 


MEt 


II. ignis fatuus. 


« 


tflfid)tE 


,/monntain.pine. 


« 


rof 


lit, 


m. the mountain- f 



5Setofl£i|"rf) , "■ mountain- leather , 

»etofme, in- I- mountain-stream. 2. 

1. SlIlBlMtl). 
!öer,,fteil)eit,/ I. the right of min- 

»evagiimniiöEt, m. f. »Btapolei. 
33Et(!0.iil<), in. f. »EtootiEr- 
«EtoijEfiniiDE, II. [-Win.] gallery, 

SSerg,] r [>E t, n. a prayer used by miners. 

33 EtfliJEO EM 6,/ a mountainous district. 
»EnjOEill, ill. 1. pigmy, gnome. 2. 

SEtflafl^. "■ yellow ocher. 
53et3(Jfllti|3, in. a panner in a mine. 

mining mailers; [enal.] a court held on 
a hill in Derbyshire, in England, for de- 

bergmote. — ^ D t Ö It II 11 (J , /. miners* code. 
»Etaaeff^, i>- a rule for miners. 
ajEt.jgefpEuil, n. gnome; f. '3et.]. 

GEIll. 

2. mine°ral, ore, f. OTiUEt. 
f. «etaaflll"!- 



«E 


fQÖ 


niE 


rfe 


•s 


S, ni 


je 


s't 


'S 


too 


ft, 


„. 


5} 


füG 


ai 


n. 



'»etflfllnfid)!, ndj. crystaline. 
58ct()(J0tt, in. mountain-god. 
»Etoatl'll'i <•■ [«iilEMhJ.J mo 
green. geiii|TE« -, Olympian green 
a3eroaul)t, / agaric mineral. 



'Boaailt, «. fossil(s). mint 

«eratlKljII, m. mountain 

-»irfl,nl,n, •iIuEr(,n l)n. -e 

[■Sot.] mountain-crowfoot. 

■»eraljiiISE,/ hill-side, t 



58 er 



«cc 



153 



»frGh.iri,... f. (Jtöljarj. 
■»ctgl)Of«II)Ul)M, r, h«el-gr 
a5f rj^nfpel, m. »indlass (in . 

. miner, mine digger. 

aStrijlj.iiiptmnini, m. a dir 
le mines. -fd)(ift,/. the office 
Setfir,,luSI,1Ut., n. monnlni 



«etaf)(l 
¥ergf,i 



ntain-pape 



. 95eraf)ira6etr 
jf)od), Uli;, ii.ouni 



<8er(j^6l)te,/. 

a3erof)i)l6et , 
SeroljPli. n. 1. 



iforn 



'jri't 



Scrol)Ut,ii 
ild lien. 
«crflifop, 



93 f 1-0 flippe,/, mi.ier'8 cap. 
33frafa5e,/. cal-a-mountai,,. 
«erafeirer, m. „,ountai.,-ccllar 

«fr.jfette,'/-. cl.ain of mountai 

55fi-oticfc(, IM. pctioiilex. rock 
Miipact feldspar. 

Sfrijf Ice, >n. alpine trefoil. 

55erofleiöiina, /. miners coat 
eis frock, miner's clotlies, miner's . 

'BerQflEife, /. mouniain-burdod 

»Ctafhift, /. cl,a„„, preupic 



'Otl. 



iBerijfoljle,/. fossil coal. 
■Serof »iiipiig, m. f. SBeraconi p.i p. 
•Berofort, m.mouniain.corki|.«er,j, 
eu-d). [crow, 

«er.jftnijr,/. .l,e rcJ-legsed o,- alpine 
■8 e r 3 f r .1 n t , u (. ■'B e r o 3 e ip n rt) t 

23etafte||-e,/. mountain-crets. 
■¥r-r,jfvi|l.ill, .... f. -ScrgahU. 
35 e V f ü 111 ni e I, .... mou.ilain-laianvort. 

!»ersjl,ui6, n. a mountainous country, 
hilly country; (e.int'uitlhiVft.J mouniain- 



toflll'lll.ll 
calSniiä. 



Sri-dlctinf,/. 
in-slope. 

»etflleutr,.. 
ineersif. «eta 

•Srrßhlie,/. 

«er,]l.ift,/. , 



[«Pt.] mount, 

of miners. 

«ecamän 

« e t a 111 ä u 

miners; practi: 



ife /. the 



nil, „.; 



,/. mountain-parsley 
J. f. »eraaEipArtJi 



c. 










[of Sccila 


■» 


v.J 


.1) I' 1 1 


ell 


.... pi. 1 


e Highland 


« 


t'J 


"(t)cei 


Cu-r 




kofthemin 


» 


m 


rt)iilc 


./■ 


f. «rra 


(ifoiiemie 


<5e 


ru 


.1) IP a 




m. dai 


ps (in mine 


« 


I- a 


■cftlPt 


el 


III. uat 


ve sulphur. 


iBe 


ro 


es, ., 


. ni 


ountain 


ake. 


» 


tfl 


ffflei. 


in 


produr 


of the min 


» 


tflfeife, 


m. 




..soap. 


« 


to 


■ptrl 


11 a 


.n. heel 


ge-sparroiv 


iie 


to 


•pilje 


/. 


•.»era 


tuppe. 


35 


rj 


1,15t 


/■ 






lo> 




ul.al.! 


ed 


by mine 


rs. a mine 



« 


railVLMU 


, ... 


luountaiu-sli 


ean.. 


•S 


ran life 


/. 


lineral in its g 


ang.ue 


S8 


railurj 


m. 


f. aSerafall. 




« 


raf"*' 


/■ 


a pulmonary 


diseas 


onSL 


luption, phih 


sis. 




•» 


rai"äd)l 


0- 


ndj. -Serafet 


tia. 


S 


r a t .1 1 a 


.... 


mountain-tall 


w. 


« 


taciuD 


,/. 


rock-pigeon. 


(ta 


35 


tameer 


... 


pissasphalt, 


miner 


35 


ratorf. 


m. 


noun tain-peat 




« 


rarrnrf) 


,/. 


f. SSergflei 


11 il a- 


35 


raiUlifti 


. «I 


;. practised h 


miner 


ual 


among m 


11 er 






«e 


ra»l)". 


". 1 


»cr.jei.le. 




» 


raiiliiie 


/■ 


he common e 


m. 


S 


taniitev 


, aii 


!■. f. Setan 




« 


raPE.l* 


en, 


n. mountain- 


iolet. 


» 


rauitri 




'(«e'r'a' 


c i 1I) r e 


a 


rflpoat. 


.1. 


1". «etaiiieiilrt 


» 


rai'Olf, 


n. 1 


ounfaineers. 




»e 


rfl.p .1(1)6 


,.'■ 


1. f. Onan'- 


2. pile, 



35etapi: 
35Evavn 



[/. [3i'i'l.l ma 



ingtheDerhy. 



■. Jiptljel. 



, J. pl- 



salt, 



«ft a lit) 111(1)1, /. mou.. 



-«fptiliDe, /. mi 


iug 


leims 


mine 


phraseology. - i I' e 


r|l,ini.,ae 


-«En 


Mae, .... I. '»erali 


1 11(11 11 i,ia 




«ctaiPefen, ... 


mil 


ing; science 


art of mining i mine 


«log 


■■ 




35craiperrer, ... 


dam 


IS (in 


iiiiiesi. 


«eraiPiMU, /. 


anil 


ll.ix, 


nouuta 


aax, amianlhusi. 






iptacl 


35eraa.örtrr. . 


. pi. 


f. 35 e 


aipert 


35trfliiiiii, .. 8 


ain-i 


n. 




»etaiiiMicDer 


m. 


native 


cinnah 


aSergnmottc 


, f- 


>pl. - 


11) 1. 


«etaanioltliitiKe 


),/. 


bergamot. l. 


«eta-uiiPttcittPi 


e, / 


beiga 


not. 


25etaniiioii6l, «. be 


gamo. 


(oil). 


»cvgcn, '>• "■ 


a. 1 


[■»Hit 


1 (QJi'ir 


-, to save. Da» -, 


salv 


^ge. 2 


± «i* 


Pl-t ic, 10 flee from 


let 


Hi, ae 


Di-rae 


safe. 3. [-TCnr.i (?ie 


Sra 




take i 


4. to conceal, to hid 


e. CS- 


lli'lll - 


, 10 CO 


ceal from etc. 








35etaeael6,"-< 
3?etflclflMi, mS 


sa!v 


ge(-m 


uey). 



154 



93 er 



SctOehcrj.n. ITOnt.lwale; f. »cnj. 
flPlj. [vsr; liglitei 

SRcrgcr, >" <-«. p'. -> ['^^.j «ai 

33crgi«!^t, "rf/- mounlain-nke. 

aSergtfl, '"'; mounuinou«. fuw o 

mcntain»; l.illv. Die -e »ffthnffeilheil 
mount.iinousness; hillints». (bei giiianite 

»ergnxanit, >". (-«> [>TOiMet<i(fl. 
95craung,/- n«nt-) »aivag?- 
33cri*t, >"■ (-••«) ■• '-^p"'' ^.''''' 

tion. account. - crllnttcii Dt>. nb|l(ittfii uK 



nl»; ein fiilfrfjct 



- etiK. 



lAtnbft 
id)t()eb 



lin.S report. 



95crid)tc 

[•TOünjn).) lo si 






b) IfflBditimf 
H. 2. 10 inform, I 
iiicn) irrlo, fiH* 
; (JiMcm (StninS - 



, one of ( 
t £»(|en - 



übel 



mit awieii I 
advised; ©il 
;up)on etc. 3 
c). f. aseri 



(©iiie 



-, 10 settle, to make up, to set rig 

(Cine Siedjming) -, to .-.djust, to cle 
iWeroidjtc ic.) -, to adjnst to a standa 
(Sthulfeii) -, to acquit, to pay, in 
'äliiffn?, X5ni(ffel;Iei- ic.) -, lo corre 
icmtn ©(hnftilctter) -, to amend. 

93teri*tifler, "• <-«, p' -) 

that settles, corrects etc. Drilcf-, < 

aSerit^ttgung, /. i. adjusinie 

correction; payment. - (e 



! 9(c(f)ll 



«ericfttiflunoebDoeii, m. (Inp. 
proof-stieet, proof. 

sBcrtC^en, '>■ ■■ «■ '» sniell at elc 

93criefEln,< '• " nirnir.) tociian 

aSeViefCn, S ""'^ "> chamfer. 1. 
flute, 10 groove. 

sBertcfflung,/- [9irri)it.] fluting. 
!©cviejticn, "■ «. to fnmi.sii «it: 

thong-s or leallier-straps. 

SBeriffCltl, •>■ "■ "> 'Ifi'ile <in etc 
95Crin, '"• <-«. pi- -Cl I'ei)!- aqua 

aSmnbCn, «■"■ l- tobaik^tocove 



Seringen, "• "• '» ri 

ii;g.s. (Stiiteii, Kd)iiicine) • 

Serinnen, >r. •>• " 

SBerittcn, f- »(tcit 
Seriecn, »■ «■ "> < 



suet 



JBCrfan, m- <-6) [Sntmnt.] bar 
aSeVlinC,/- 'P'. -U) terlin. 

berliner, "■■ i-«, p'- -) </• -in 

1 inhabitant ot Berlin, gin OcbOtelier 



SBetlinerblnii, n. Prussian bine, 
ib er 1 1 Iter |"n ur e, /. prussic acid. 
SCrlcrfCn, >. p(. trinkets, bauble 

aSerine,/ (»efeiligunosf.] berme. 

aSevmuöen, «■ p'- [©eoßt-] Be 



Sern er. 



Scrnftarö , 


m. C- 


, Be 


nard. 


-f 


piul),-«npi.n 


, r- » 


tent) 




ei- 


eniljnroiiieti 










SBetiil).irC6fr 


eb«, 


m. 


(«Rnti 


tfl- 


rnard tlie liernii 


, soldi 


r, B 


»Idierc 


rnb 


Sernljaröt 


tier. 


n. -. 


(- 111 b 


irt 


.) a monk of tb 


e order 


ofS 


. Bern 


ird 



11111, a nun of the order ot St. Bernard. 
Bernardine nun; jll Oeil -ii qe\)'eti(i, Ber- 

»ernljnfbinetnbtei,/. ^ an abbey 

35ernl)(Hiiinetfli)|lcr, n.^ or a con 
ent of Bernardin.s. 

99eFi> l)>ir Di II crorDeii, m. the order 
of St. Bernard. 

Sernftein, "■■ (-«) amber, yellow 
amber. 3uii. - ocljDrifl, succinous; nil«-, 

a3etll(lcilinl)llli(l), ad;, ado. re- 
»eiru|leill(lt belt, /. any thing made 



. any worker 
111, adj. anib 



iBetii(leiii(iiiäjuo,5 
SScniileiiifniifl, in. t 
S9erii|leinfniiaet,. 



/. pl. 



[an, 
ifleiiilefen, n. tlie colleciinj 
II fie I II 6 1, n. oil of amber. 
lUUiiilfliiet, adj. SBetiifl. 
(gnlj, succinate; beril|leill|- 



'»eriillcinfriiite,/. [gljeiii.] succin 
:id. *Bflt - flerrillDilnQcrt, succinated. 

Sernfteinen, / _,^ „„,|^^,. 
Scrnftetncrn,S 
Sevntjjalcr, r- *criicvn,(iie 
Sevoftrcn, "■ « ■» <:<»" "' 

SeVOffCn, ■■• "■ '° ''»«e or cov 

Seroften, '•■ •>• tomsi, i» mai 
Serotheln, "• "• icsmnif; -, 

laik »irli red chalk; lo ruddle. 
Serfd), ""• >-c6,p(. -e;/ (3rt)ll)-i 

Serfcl)ling, »'■ >-»> 5 p^i^i'i f 



pl- 



Scrft, ." 1 

» e r n b c e t e , /. f. 91 f 

Serften, "■. f. n. >" 



23er 

binks. - (11. bet^nut, bet (Jtbe), lo 
hop 2. i iBbt 9?cib -, to burst with enoy ; 
rt Sndieii - , to split one'« side« with 
»ughing. 

Scrtram, m. (-.<)-, bie-miit» 

J el, |~Sot.| tlie anthemis pyrellirum, 
Spanish camomile or pellitory. 

» e t 1 1 III b (1 11 m , m. prickly ash. 

Scriic^tigcn, ■>. "■ to defame. 

i8eriid)tl(it, adj. ill-famed; em bcvi'iri» 

SCrutfCn, v. ». l. to «nare. to in- 
snare. 2. ± a) (einen) -, to insnare. lo 
veigle, 10 entrap, to catch. Dil6 -, Die 
Scrilcf u no, insnaring etc. b) (einem - 
(u. bcr HUAn ic.i, to overtake. 

SerÜrfficftttgCn , ". «. to regard, 
to respect; to have regard lo etc. (etc. 

SerücEft^tigung , .f- regarding 

SerUÖei-n , t.. «. to pa,,., over etc. 
rowing. 

ScrUf, m. (-ciä, pl. -C) vocation, 
a) call, b) employment, calling, occupa- 
tion, trade, profession. 3u eilieili -t gCi 
()6ri(), professional; left ()(ibe feinen - bnju, 

affair of mine. 

!B e 1 11 f S <l r 6 e i t , /. ) 

S8ernf«fle,-*nf.,„. [I""^^ 
<8 e r u f 6 1. e r r i d) t II II <), /.) "°"'' 
employment, professional bu.siness, oc- 
cupation or engagements, professional 

SB e r II f « f (1 * , n profession. 

33 e t II f f ni ;i e i , adj. according to 
one's calling oi- vocarion. _ „di). - Irei. 
ben ((Jtiunö) , to profess. 

» e r n f e r e d) t , lob. »enifuiinörfdin 
of one's professional duties. 

Scrufen, -r. ». ». i. «> t» can 

(Die ©tlinbe !C.l ~, to call logellier, to 
convoke, to convene, b) (©111111 jii Qt> 
mni) -, to call; to appoint. -, [Xljfol., ||), 
to call; — , pp. having a call or vocation. 
2. to defame. -, pp.. ill-famed. 3. f. 55 e= 
I'riircien. 

Scrufen, -r. ■■. «a sidi - nut ic, 

make an appeal to etc. 3. to protest, ^üj 
tma mid) nieber nuf mein «Uitcr, nod) niif 
ic. -, 1 will neither pleSd my age nor etc. ; 
fid) nut Giliell -, to make use of any one's 
name; (id) niif ein l)BI)ereS (4Scrid)t-, to 

SCrufung,/. I. the act of calling, 
convocation. 2. call ; [ItfeoU] calling. 3. 
-(nuf 10, appeal, appealing (In elc.i. 
- niif 3eiiiniibiS llvlljcil, compromise. 

23 e r 11 1 u 11 6 r e d) t , f » e r u f «< 
r c .1) I. 

Scruhen, f. ». I. tu be; to rest. 
(JlllM« - hllTen, K. leave a thing at rest; 



iBcr 



«C| 



03 ef 



155 



Cnp)on ett. 

?8eni{)igcn, » « i. to quie., 

calm; -, (-5)?eM to still, to calm 5. 

i?ei^enf(t)llften) -, to still, to quiet, 
soothe. I» (©inelt) -, to console. (Ji 
lU-fr feine aSeforgiiifle -, to compo'ie i 
one's fears. — r. red- ®ie tmftn fi* MlrO 



perfectly easy about that; -feie 
your mind easy; fKb I'd (JllUil^ 
satisfied with etc., to »cquies 
1,16 feinem (Semilthe S'i'. Ti* 



asteruljigung,/- '• q"ie'ins- "im 

g. stilling etc. 1. i a) quiet, calm, trau 
liility. b) consol.ition . comfort. 
S « t u I) i u n « m 1 t t I- 1 , .. quiet 

95erÜ JmCU, ■■■ «/?. Sid) einer ®(Kt)i 
'. mit einer ®(Ki)e -, to boast of etc. 
aSCriiftntt, «■-'a celebrated, famous. 



lindjen, to rende 



c. -I)eir,/. eel 

fSevixbvtn, 



«ouch, to be coniiguous; (t* 06. e 
-t , contiguoui. 2. i (g-iiic ®(i(t)e 



touch upon eic. OterpädUid), 
tid)t -, ((JtroaO nut -, to men- 



cieie ' 



ite Diit>, niiiB 



thii 



no allusion must be made to this 
HcnHrter-Wagrn, as before m 

aSerüftrung , / ' '»"'i 

touch, contact; (!pht)f.] contact 

conliguousness; (Slftron ] appuls 

fominen , to come indoj contact. 

95 c t ii I) t 11 II a « I 1 n 1 e , /. 



ugen 



tial line. 
' t Ü 1) t n n « p n 11 1 



aSerunjeIn, 
aSerujjfcn, 

,(Smen)-, m flee« 

JBerugen, » 

»Ttii soot. Seriifi 



■8ert)E, i. ■Bmii. 
jRefaainen, f »efom 
SBefacEcn, "■ « '<> i»»'! 

• bags, girt,-, i to fill „,•< 

JBcfOCn, -.a. I. iCJinen 



(c< 
, >n p 
I , m. 



<n 'Met) 
111 etc. 1 
Sternen, 



(S-r beinete ben ^ini 

sow'd Willi stars the Heavens. 



»efagen. 



(Kanilciil.l 



t, sa.d, «fore 
said, belore raeut.oned. » e I g t r t 
■OK.lgcn, as belo.e mentioned. 1. lopiove. 
to attest, gt |i c f n t >7?ld)Ii', ir does noi 

sig.iily. i. f. >i|nf l.iaf n, SBefd) u 1 
ö 1 a e 11. 

©efagcr, n,. ,-i, pi.-) ,■ mnoet, 

ÖCfaitlMl, ■'. n 'o string (a gui 

©efalbcn, «■ «. to auoim. ©id, -, 

JBCfaljen, ■>. « >o "Ui. m «prlnkle 
or impregnate with salt. 

^cfavnen, "■ <> - <""' lo, 'o sow 

pagated by seed; lo run to seed. 

JBcfan,/ 'K -e> lOT.lr.j miiien. 
SB e I' (1 u in .1 I- iS , m. niiiien top. 

Söefnntnn,/ miz«u-yard. 
»eionfeoel, '■• mi»en.sail, 
ajef.i niun ut> .J. miiieu-shroud. 
©efanCen, "■ «J» istrew orcov., 

or choked with sand. 

JBefanftigen, ■•• ». i iweo.j to 



ild) -, to be appeased, lulled elc. 

JBef anfltgev , ">• (-« . )''. -) »p 

peaser. calmer etc. 

aSefanftigung, / caimmg. softer 

ing etc., appeasement, pacification. 

iS e f (i 11 f t i II 11 fl li 111 i 1 1 e I , .. 
calmer; if. pallialive. 

a3cta$, ">• '-«■i. P'. -<iee) boidci, 

trimuiiug. gannlure. 

Scfapteid), ">■ i-.^ pi- -n s.oie- 

poud. stocli-poud. 

33efa(5Ung,/- iW -en, l. - (enur 
Jertnno :cm, gunison; -, [^Bnt.] crew. 
- Iifltn 111 IC. , to garrison, i. [©rt,ll<|Tirl 
ward. 

Scfauen, •■ ■• o to diity; f. »,, 

fd. Ill u I) e II , «ef II ^ el ii. 

aSefoufcn , >r. r. nß. o ©id, -, lo 

aSefaufCn , r. «, o to mtoiicale. to 
inebriate, lo nialse drunk. 

Scfaumcn, »■ "■ to hem, to seami 
[3lrd,lt.| to panel. [ming. 2. hem. 

Sefnumung,/- l- seaming, hem- 

aScfdjaben, " "■ <« »l">ve, to grale 
10 scrape, to pare. SBcfdjnfit (»on S?lfl- 

JBcfc^ac^teln, ••■ "• i» rub wiu. 
ScfdjaBigcn, >•■ "■ to ban,;, to 

hurt; idlronä, -, to damage, to injure, to 
impair; ((Jinen) nin £'iil'e -, to injure, lo 
hurt; fid) -, to hurt one's self; lioni ®re: 
ll'njTir lU'l'dlSMiU, ■'ea damaged. 

aScfdjdSiger, '"■ ■-«- p'- -) </• 
JBefcJjaJiigung, /• '• damaging 

etc. 2. damage; injury, hurt. 

aScfdjaffen, «'^J- coudnioned. o),«, 

fd)led)t-, goo.l-coud.lioncd. ill-couHilioii- 



ed; i( 1,1 f(1)[ed,r mit 11)111 -, he la In low 
(or bad, circumstances. 

a5ef*offcnbett, /• (pi. -en, state, 

consritution, conditio,,, natuie, quality. 
- He« Selbe«, constitmion; - ber Snff, the 
temperature of the air; Me i'i,i,ntl)liinlld,e 
-, property, a peculiar qoaliiy; nnd, - 6et 
llmfimibe, according to circumstances ; mi\i 

«efdJ.iffenOettfmpiT, „, [ojv.inini.l 
,idve,b. 

aSefdjaftcn, ■>. a. i®mtttte< -, tc 

stock; (©riifel, -, to furnish with legs. 

SCffftafttgCn, ". a. to employ, tc 
occupy; lo give employment lo etc. Se< 
fd,äfriflt fem, to be occupied, to be 
busied or busy, lo be engaged; fid, -, tc 

S8ef*aftigung, /. i. occupyi.rg 

äSCftialCn, r. " to furuisli Will, a 
shell or cover. («IKefTen -, to put handles 
lo etc., to haft, (Die Sccfe :c. cineS Sun 

aScfc^alUlig,/- l.lheactol furnish 
ing with a shell etc. 2. haft, bandle(s): 

»ef*olcn, ■• " to husk. ,o de. 

to bark. !Sefrt,,llni,fl,/. husking etc. ' 

aScfi^fllen , ». o. (©tiitcii) -, to 

horse, lo cover. !Ser(t,nIer, m. l-i , pi. 
-, 1. stallion, stone.horse. 2.-, DO. »e. 

lion. S3efd),ilnila, /. covering, 
»efdlfilieit,/. horsing-limV 
aScfc^amen, v. «. I. to shame, to 

i (Dnr,1, ffliiif !C,, - <(S-iiiciii, to confound. 

aseffbantung, /. i. shaming etc 

2 abashment, shame, confusion. 

aSefc^anjcn, f. ascrfdxinje". 

aScfdXltten, -. «. to shade, tc 
sliadow.SSefdin 1 1 11 m, /.shading; shade 
SBcfdja^fn, .■ "■ to assess. 
aSCfc^aßUng,/- assessment. 

^ef^ouen, ". «. i- (SiiodS) -, to 

Smeiirli, to look or gaje at one's self. 2. 
to eiamiue i <IC,l,ircll i -, to inspect; 
<@d)rjftcn, -, to criticise on etc., to criti- 



@d,lffe«l, visitor, searcher. 2. ± conti 

aScfdjaulid), ■■''.'■ i- p-'cepm 

templatively. 

a3cf*auntcn, " " (Sma^^ -. 



25cfd)auuiig,/ »'< 
a?fffl)ccrfn, I" «fi 






,iacii i.iiTeii, I» let 0"» 
oiienord;-, l3{lri)I;lVt.] 
decree, decision ; - (um -^nrtiMcu lUer Gt" 
uni6 Jil b(f(l)ci6eii) , iiileiloculion , inter- 
locuiory decree; -, [3?llll^cr] ndvice, in- 
forraaiion. V\6 Hilf racitcrii - , provision- 
i.ily. till fnrll.er o.ders or inslruclions; 
Me -e w ^mle (niif Mc 9liifr(iacii ^« «i' 
)M;i>ff) , ilie decretals; mit Sent - ting, on 
condition tlKit etc. 2. - (dfim trlllfflD, 
pledge. (S-illfllt - I^tlll , to pledge one; 
(S-iiier, in einem >Jltl^ctll - il)iir, pledger. 
3. - IV'inell lilll K. , to be acquainted or 
conversant «illi etc.; - gffiell t'ibcr :C. , to 
give inforinnlion of etc.; feiliell - n>l(I«tl 



!Bef 



il. etc.; Iff) ivcil! feiiiti 
,,.nger lieie. 

,«) -, to allot, to assig. 
! II f r ^Ijeil, liis porlioi 



.ippca 



nd for 



:, I 



iH>r fflciict)! 



is icgiment. 3. ((S-Jliell) tillft Stmni -, I 
iiform, to gi»e infoiinalion of etc. Ji 
,l|Te mi* -, I am open to conviction. - 
.. refl. girt) (eillft Snrtje) -, to atquiesc 
I, etc.; to concede. 

j8ffcl)ciben, "'<)■ - n>. 'Unmu» 

- ,„liK modestly. -I)elt,/. nndesty. 

Befct)etncn, ''•• "■ "• - f'o» « 

i8Cfc()eine«, reg t u. «. l. tocerl 

aSefrfjf inigen , ) fy, to verify, 

itest. to voucli. 2. to acquit. Den (Siiipfnno 
tiii-v ^i\d)e -, to give a recelipit for etc. 

aSefcfteintftUJlfl, /■ aneslallon 



aSeft^cifjc"/ "."61 

1. i to cheat. « e Trf) e t p cf , i 
-, !cl,eat;|. »flriiocr. » e f 
/. 1 |-. «eltüflerei. 

«8eff^clen,h- »«rrfio 
^tSA)iiiv ,S itf).ii(i:. 
33cfcl)encii, ". " I" alt 



,1118 



prcs, 



■> beshif 
leerei, 



with 



■>. 1= «eanlietO t to endow. 

J8cf(I)cnfun9,/ pc-cnt, gut. 

j8efcI)CrCn, >r. «. «■ to sl.ave. 33 c 
fihctllll.J,/. shaving. 

^efdyeven, re,j. v. ,.. cs-mem etiun 

titm 6-tronä jii 2Dci()iiii(1)tni -, to give an 
one a chrlaiinas-boi; itini; (S-iitem tiei'rt)! 
rrt Ml, II1I10 l()ni lierbfll, Proa, mairiag 
and hangitig go by destiny. »efri)eril no 



a3efd)idEcn, ' 

nd to a pl.ace. Sei 



end. to foster. 
, l£illltlluirli),'(1).; 



l-ffitlllj 



93ffc^ttfung, / 






etc. (Stiie Siotit K.) m 
-, to cannonade, to i, 
shot; fte lierd)üpen Cie 
on the town; oSintle) - 
aSomben -, to bomhan 
eniiii mail Sen ijnfeii -, 
the hatbo(u)r. 2. (G-lll 
prove. -B.t-. [i.rfMI.]- 



a3i'ftl)iffC'ar, ■•* 
S8cfcl}iffeii, ... 



»efd,i(fcn, - «. . 

reeds, «efrtlllft, reeded, 

a5cfcl)immehi, " - 

ino(n,ld. SJeftfttuimelt, m 

SBefdjiinntern, " • 

glitter. 

alfront, to insult ; to dislionoi 
-, to injure. sSlrf) -, to ,,, 
self. 

iöefcljimvfuno,/- " 

affront. 

iBefdjinSt'lu, ■• " < 
SBefcljinBcn, - .. 1° 



to -shield from etc. 2. t K 
fd)llt,ci,. 

93cfd)inner, ."• . 

lector, defender; shield, 
SlnilUeilt) , defender. 

9Scfd)tvmunfl,/ 

2. 1 proteit.on. shelter. < 



Mfjciti gert 
rt.ljf) -, to 



!i5ef 



bat eifli'tiihmii eine« ®d)iifDfteir4, 6,1« in 
iretiiOeii :^ätii>eit i|l, foreign atiaclinient. 
I. (p/. -Aiie) Set -, uD. 6,16 iBefflilöüf 
Celiiec Srocteö !C.), ferrule; öei: eiftttte - 
(u. Il)iii-cii !c.), bat eiffttfc !8t|(l)f,ioe 
(nil >a3nacii !c.), iron-work; - mti öen -art), 
feu tit -Xcitst), clout; - ((iii3i(i6ctn), tires; 
- inn S(f)litteiilnii|ccii), shoe; - letiif» 
'$itt6ei ic), shoeing, shoes; - (elfte« 25ih 
(t)eö), clasps; - (eiltet äjltiite ic.) , mount- 
ing. 3. [eijcm.J luting, lule ; [OTill.] ef- 
florescence. - (ticl 6t|'(()tmiiiclieit (Sncfteu), 
mo(u)ld. mo(uifdiness. 4. CTOnr.J serving. 
<8cfd)ln|jl.iiibfel, «. met-] fu.ling- 



»efil)l 



'^"' < ,„ sei..r 

l,mer,5"'-^^'"^' 
»efdlUaleotiiio, U- »<:<" 
!Sefd)iagiie()mtiito,^ quest.-, 

[•Bfnt.J embargo. [furfi 

«efdjfnoleiite, /. l>Bt,ir.) 
«Bcfrtjfnafeiffiia,/. (-»nr.) g 
<8ef())lnüWltifrt)e,/. [£.1)itii 

rier's pouch. 

»efii)ln|j(«ji)erro<iliei:, m. 
»cf,1)UauenDnltiiiifl, / -e. 

»efcf)lno(eJin"ae,/. [Srtjmn 
»cfd)lnii(e;jeita, ". lSrt)mii 

>8efc^t(igc, »• <-«) f- » 
SBcff^laaen, "■• "• «■ i">' 

2. (»Ill 3inO) -, 10 put ihe tiie 
(lljiiteii :c.) -, to b.nd with iro 
C!)5ftttie fO-, to «lioe; - mit tc. , 



shingle, 
.in; (Bniime) 
ock olT 01- to 



er with leather; iltil 3?iioelll, S8u. 

[(felii -, 10 stud; mit ISijeii ill 'Jutm uuii 

- •" j ■;)5lntrcti Hi. «puittiDeii -, to clout; (Siiunö 

nil i>ir gpi^e mit (5)l>IEi 06. Stlljec -, to tip 

. tolany thing with gold or silver. 3. 1 (5)111 

rtje)] ocer iui)l)l - iiit einer -ffiinerio, wefl versed 

re-s|(i„ etc.;. 4. Ilea,».] a) [Simmril. IE.] to 

[er. square, b) [2ßni!imf|)i:.] f. ScflJ)i£feii 

nil- i Nr. 5.; -, p,,. with young, c) [Sljem.] to 

Ige. lute, d, [OKnr.] (Die ©eoeO -, to furl, ei 

[•JiertjtiJfpr.i X)c\i - »esajetirö isi. Bet Deife, 

consummation of marriage. ©illeil ipi-'f 

mit SSiel) -, to (live-) stock a farm. 5. 10 

ter, f. »efcf)ln(j Icaeii niif :(. 

SSeffJjlagen, <>• c. „. i. to -row 

i8cftl)tammen,; .•. «. to cover or 
a3efcl)lcmincn,j bespatter wuh 



«8efcl)lei*en, ••■■ 



Ötiun» 
sleep upo 



»efc^tag. 



t&iiifi'litfte 10 mit - Ijileflen 
; - Iraeti (nttf ®(l)ijTei , to lav 



aScfcljIeifen, i- 



ime. i»eii1)let,Ml, slim 

SBcfcblcunigen, v. 

baste, to hasten; m)i)\. 



'Befcfetcunigung,/ 



^e\ 



151 



asefdjltcfcn , 



lo!\e 



!Rfle^e), t'Mnr. ] locked. Innd- locked, 
«hclteretl. bl to lock tip: f. (? i 11 frfll i e. 
eon, 2>crr(f)lifefn. cj On (id) -, f- 
ISnttKllren. 2. to fiui^lK to tertninate. 
iLi« Snttt K.) -, to end. to close; (eiiif 
Strft IC ) -. to conclitdt. 3. o. <i. and n 
- <- fiiien 95prf(ig fnfTeii) , to runive. to 
determine. (Jt b ( f d) 1 D g }" te., he resrl?. 
cd to (or onj etc.; tci (irt) -, to deteiniiiie 
in oiu-'s mind; (ierid}tli<t) - , to decree; 
Q-tiv.i« -, to resolve on etc.; ©tu'.is mil 



(Jill 



-, to agree with .nny one 
finer 9?nth«i'crf(ininiliin(j, 

pi. 



rd. botler. -;I1H,/- liotiseheeper. 

S8ef<^lingcn , '>■• ■•^"- '^i» =^' 

jerj-, to cnptivaie (c. .>«.)• 

S8ef*lut, '". (-iiti. vi.-i»o I 

g-tii'iif) "iitrt feintiii Scfdiliiffe hauen 
) liave in one's keeping or charge ; linte 
, under lock and key. i. - (einet Siidjc) 
nd. close, conclnsion. t)en - llltKhfll, tt 
ooclude. to close, to end ; jumSe frf) I II f I e 



aScfc^maufcn, 



f (ft n e I Ö c 



[5511 ( 



^l plow 



. o ((S-inen) 



f. aSefiiDclr 
flyblow. 



10 begrime, to soil, to I 
- (It. Sritgeiii, to blow 

aScfcbratCrCn, - "■ '■ to besmear, 
to smear, todnub, to bedaub. «Kit iBllÜct, 
ffetl-, to butter, to grease; mil %>r(t), 
lf)eet -, to pitch . to tar; mit Del -, to 
smear with oil. to oil ; mit llllfdilitt -, to 
tallow. [OTnt.) to pay, to grave, "i. t lo 
soil. pie!{)nn6e-, to dirty one's hands 
.ISnuier) -, to .oil. 

Sefc^miijcn, •'■ »• i- + "> >'°<>'- "> 

■oil. 2. i OemnnS« guten 3?(itiieii -, to 
tarnish, injure or sully n man's reputation, 
tier a5efrt)miSer, defamer. calnmniaior. 
slanderer, backbiter. 3. (^ieitfrfjen) -, to 
provide with a lash. [etc. 

aSefc^mUnjCln, " " to smirk at 

aSefc^mu^cn , ". „. to diny, to 

foul. 10 soil. Die Jtreifer d!>. iflÄll^e -, (id) 

9Sef<^naulien,< -. ». i.tosnuiror 

<!inc6 -, 10 ihrnst one's nose into every 

^Cft^nCtScn, ir. V. a. I. a) 10 clip. 
laSmimc) -, to lop. to dress; (9a3einrtö(tc) 
-, to dress, to prune; (ipf(fcn) -, to poll 
or trim; (SSi'Kfter) - , to cut; Wiiiijen -, 
to clip money; dcfdini t ten e« ®cm, clip- 
ped money, b) [jufenttj.) to circumcise. 
■2. 1 giiiem Me gliloel -, to clip one's 
wings; (fen (5irf)nlt) -, to curtail, to re- 
duce. 

^e!i)neiteinnl.f. dressing-bench. I 



3äcf(f)nri tcDtciTc, /. culling press. 

^efc^nciöcr, >«• (-«, p' -) dip 

t; (Outenll).] circumci.ser. 

J8ef^neti>fel, » r. '^ibi.-fjniijei 
Seff^nctfcung,/. Oubenti).] cir 

JBefcIjneicn, " '■• to cover win 

^efc^ncitcln, <•. «. r. sdjnch 

teilt, 2(bllei^cllt. 

SCfcf>nft[Cn, r a. (Jincil) -, tc 

S8ffcöni:pi;en, i ••. n to dip. t« 

i8cfcf)ni^JjJCln,'l snip, to pare. 

■Bcfc^nttteiu", "■ /• <-n, pi- -m 

[3lltenll).l a circnncse.l person. 

a3ef*nt^cn, ; _, , ^^^ 
öcft^nüffdn, ^ i ■ »cfd,i.ni, 
Sefcibnüren, ■• "■ to co,d. snu 

9?(lfcti-nhllll'e -, to choke a squib etc. 

SBcfcboncn, ) <■■ "■ '» color, to 

58cf*Öntgcn,.Walliafe. Tie «e. 
ÖlllilllllO, palliation, coloring. 

j8ef«|ronfcn, ■>• «• i to limit. ,o 

cumscribe. to bound. Bie aiufüd)! -, 



6efd)tniift (nii( ic.) , I 
(Me ffnfjiaftittii) -, to n 
striclive. - r. reß. gld) ■ 
strict one's self (lo etc.). 



gSCfcbVantt, ciW;. limited, confined; 

ai'iu 25l'^l^nn^el, narrow; tin -er JSfp(, 
narrow-minded person. 

'Scf^ränftftCtt, / llmiledness; 
irrowness; - (Er« 93cr|l(inSc«) , narrow- 
!ss; - (^c6 SJermi'genf), scantiness. 

Cfdirnnf f 11 , bounding, circumscribing 
c., limitation. '2. (p(. -en) limitation. 



^tiäfveiben , ir. v. «. i. to write 

jon etc.. to fill with writing. 2. a; to 

■scribe. SUlfffllirlid) -, to detail, -i, de- 



^efc^rciber, <"■ i-*. >•'■ -> <i= 

aSef^reU'lid) , <"lj- descrlbable. 

SBefcferctbung, / ' -. to* »c 

lirciben, describing, descrip.ion. 2 
(p(. -fli) description. - (Ciller S(ini)frt)nft) 
horography ; — (eineS Orteß), topography 
■ Ccr Slugcn , ophthalmography; - bei 
SeiOec, physiology; - 6er Siiortjen, osteo. 



grapiiy; - ttl .^iilimel«, uranograpliv ; • 
ili ■OToilbc», selenography; - Der <HJell 
cosmograpliy; - tct SoGCl, omitliology 
- tcr 3ifd)e, ichthyography ; - .titer ßiinil 

roiTfc, iconography. 

SSefc^reJcn, ■> f «. i. tocy a 



Jfainon 






ÖCfc^VeitCll, ir. r. a. (firin %^itxi 
-, to bestride; (oemnnbij SdjiOfflei -, to 
bestride, to cross. 

^cfc^rotcn, 0."- 1. (ierfjii.j to 

edge, 10 edge o(f; [^littcllf.l to beard olT. 
2. f. «eiltlOCll. 

^ef^UftCn, •■• •' 1. 10 -hoe, to put 



-prov 



provide 



J8cfc()u6ung,/. shoeing; sho, 
^Seff^ulStgen, f «• <" ace 

Ciiueii (Cine« iBcitired)cn6 lo -, to ac 
any one of elc. . lo charge any one 

■5ci(l)iiliiiGf!i:, '"■ (-«, pl. -> accus 
accuser; [3icd)t^|>r.] plaintiiT; Set OD, 
58ef(i)Uli)ioie, ihe person accus 
[3fert)tiipr.] detemlant. 

©efc^ut&tgung, / >p'- -e»> 



aScfc^ummcln, 



JBefc&ÜVlt, •"IJ- aproned. 

aSffc^Uttcn , ". ". ^"V'li mitiL. - 
i throw or pour any Ihing on etc. TOl 
rfe -, to cover Willi earth; mit 2B(iiTe 



pou 



to da 



bet 



Steine, lithography; - 
iphy; - be« -Wecrcf , hyd 



j8efc()ü$en, ■■ ■'■ i. to prot.«, -o 

lefeud. -lu'cic, to protect, screen or 
hield from etc.; em uot beiu gjotiMi'inte 
biitd) einen Sieto bcfdju^tefi 'Jljiil, a 
alley sheltered from the northwind by a 
lounlain. 1. to fence, to hedge. 

aSffdjii^ev, "■ <-«■ p'- -> p"'". 

jr. defender; shield- - bet (3)clcl)rrfii. 
laecenas. -inn, /. protectress, defend- 
■ss. [protection, defense. 

S8cf*Ü^Unfl , / protecting etc. , 

«cf^iüangcrn.i „ .-.^^ui.«». 
Öffcbioai^enw " "• '• tei"«"' -. 

a3efd)»»a^Cn,5 to persuade, to pa. 
vcr etc. into, to wheedle, lo gull. 3u 1£. 
e(d)H)U?t, gulled into elc. 2. to slanier. 
SSetUnmben. 

?8cff^»»CfCln, " «. f. ® d) ID e (e I ». 

aScfc^Wftfen, " «■ »0 furnish with 

aSf f*WCigen , "• «• to moisten 
ith perspiration . lo slain with sweat. 



-I 35cf*uiev,/-'P'.-fit)i-'»ff*« 



158 



söef 



ScftJ) werte,/- <p'- -") '• (= 

(je; cliitige. -ll, cliarges. 2. {= ^Ji 
.tigue, hardsliip . toil. iiKonveiiie 
oiible, incomniodily. l!Dr()erli(f)e -n 
ly complaints ; 'S n ii d).- pö. -B r ii il-ii, 
lainis in (oft tlie liowels or breast : 
II feäSlItcCä, tlie inconveniences o 
je, giiiem - i>eriiri\i(Den, to give any 

JlfEll , to redress grievances i - ft 

d)t) eine - vH>tl)ini(|eii ((jcflfiDie-), to 
;r a complaint (against etc.) , to i 

»efdinjtrSEfüliter, m. </. -I 
a3cfd)ii)erDefd)rift, /. bill ot 



ot hardsliip», toilsome. 

a3cf4)tt>cren, " «• '• " 

to load. 2. i a) Dn« «l•^(i(l)r^le ■ 



ory, 



cfrtir 



'Mfa. 



gen), it lies heavy upon etc.; mit aillflnocll 
-, 10 burden witli taxes; mit ©(ftulDtU \ie- 
fri)iuetl (I). (aiitiTll), mortgaged, encum- 
bered witli mortgages, liaviiig lieavy liens, 
b) (Milien) -, to give trouble to etc.. to 
bore, to incommode, to annoy, to pester. 
^le trtUIlt )U -, to put you to that trouble. 
-, I'. r«/J. ©Id) - (ülJfr IC), to complain 
.of etc.). 

«BefdjJüerlid) , "dj. troublesome, 
burdensome, toilsome, iucouveuieiit. pain- 
lul. - lu.atjfaeii), difficult; eiii-ErO)(eiifd), 



etc. 1 iDle K.) fnllt 11)111 1 



ascfc^wernift, i a 
SBefcljwerung , / 

.idiiig etc. 2. burden, loa 



SBcff^wit^tigen, » » ' 

\[l\i) -, to still. 2. i 10 .ippease, t. 
o sooth. ((Sein 6)en)i(ini) -, to si 
(S-llieili -, to appease. 

!Bcf(^tt)i*tiger, m. <-«, 
^cfcbwtc^ttgung,/- si'i'i 

«t|'d)iiud)tia"iigäo''l». "■ ''" 
KV. [SBcfe 

aSefcbwingen, ».«. f.sBefii 
S8efit«)i,i?eM, i. «er^iDtif 
^cfd)ttit>ven , "■ "■ i. iSriv 

o swear to etc., to confirm by or oi 
I. to conjure. (Sl>|e (5iei|ler) -, to 

[djure; ((S-|llen) - (bei !t.), to conju 

ly spells; (bie iSterno -, to coii)ur 

aScfc^tWDi-f r , "1 (-«, pi- - 
»efc^ttjorung , / i- - «« 

)eil ic.) , the act ot swearing to e 
:onjuring , exorcising etc. , conjul 



(book 
njuring 



Sef 

(del iöejimtierimaeu) , incantati 

aScfeelen, "•«• ' lo ani. 

elt, animate, animated. 2. 1 tc 



$8efectcr, "•• i~ 

Sefcclung,/ »n 
aScfcgcln , "• « 

irniib witii sails. 



(Q-iii i3d)iff) 



»Cfeften, ir.<,.a. l. tolookat etc.. 
to look on etc., lo view, to inspect. {(Se-. 
iiiiu, I'l'tafnltiai -, to examine. 2. 1 (St, 
lun^i beim üidjfe -, to examine closely 
DilÄ -, a looking on etc., inspection. — 
D. reß. eid) - <tm ©pieoel to , to look ai 



ttftniv 



tl), I 



Secrel,eii«roai-B,fl.) 

aSefcfter, «■ (-«. p'--> \- »e 

idinuer. 

aSefeljncn, ■> a to string. 
aScfeidjen, o r. »epiffen. 

Scfeifen, l- emietfen. 
^CfCiien, "■»■ "> furnish wUh ropes 

St'fctlung,/ c^Jt'itiriggi'is ■•op« 
SBcfeitigen, n. «. to set aside, tc 

lemove, to do away, «streiriflfeiien -, t( 

accommodate differences. 

SBcfcltiiCn, "•«■ 'o ble.ss. 
»efeligCr, >»• (-^P'- -' Cesser 
aScfen, "'• (-*' W -' broom; be 

whisk; /Tod. ueue - fttjreil gut, neu 



ooms sweep «le 
ajefciitiinbcr, 
»efcnbiiiCet 
iBi'fenfUd)«, 
»rfnifiirmi!] 



»efe 
Sefe 



SBefeiipflnnie//- I". Söefetifln*«. 

SSefeNrei«, "- a birch-twig, a bircljen 

twig. lst"ff 

ii e fen it I el , m broom-stick, broom- 

Scfenöen, r- »ti"(t)i(ieii- 
aSefcngcn, "• «- '<> singe a mtie. 

»Cfeffcn, !«"•'■ '"''■ (iSom ieufel 
to-, possessed; Der obetbie-e, ou< 
possessed, a demoniac; L>ütn t®eii K.) - 
feill, to be possessed ^-''h etc. -\)i:il,j: 

aScfe^c, »■ >-« I- *o-.i9- 
SBefeecn , »- «- '• (änuu« mit k. - 

to set, place or put any thing on etc. Ben 
il|"d) lll't ©ptlfeu -, to serve tlie table; 

men -, lo plant with trees; mil guilboi}: 
iierii ~, to people, to coloni/e, to stock 
witli inliabitants, with people; -, [iBtlU 
lo occupy ; to tine with F^ldiers ; II 
Xruppeu - (eine ©t.itit ic.) , lo gariiso 
nut ad)iffen befe^t lu. ^iiieii :c.), lin 
Willi shipping; eitlen Xeid) mit (jvotpfen 
tc.) — , to store a pond with etc.; iliit^iel) 
-(cin ejiii), to stock ca farm); nut (9ii)il)i 
luilb, Xniiben ic.) -, to stock with etc.; 



I file 



Sef 

lace with etc.; mil Spi^cii -, t» lace 
Maiiii eiiier Siulie iiiittc. -, to edgi 
r thing with etc.; mit ?;teiTen -, to 
rn with lace; mil (ilbetnen treffen be. 
lie« lud), cloth laced with silver- 
le Sliiiie It) -, mit ©teiiicn -, to pave 
t a) em eclebigte« 5lint, eint lebige ©telle 
to fill up an office, lo fill a vacancv. 
{.Rnttcnfp.] »efe^t ,u. einer Sctrtci. 
guarded; (Sorten) -, lo stake money upon 

a3eff9fd)l(iflel,^ m. a pavers ram- 
Befell ft 06 e I , 5 raer. 
Be fcQ lei (t), tn. store-pond, stock-poiid. 

Befe^er, •"■ <-=,?/- -> paver, pa- 



aScfelJung, / 

ion; lacing etc. - m 
ion to offices ; - (vol 

«tf'^iiiia^fert)!, 

»cffufjen, ■■ 
a5eft*tigcn, . 

euuii 2eid)ii{\m) - (I'l 



$8efti*ttger, -« 



1 amierii , 
■Sfrüiiben 



tgung, 



JBcfiegbarW'"'.'- vanquishabie, c 

«Bcftegli*,"! querable. 
aScftCgCln, » a. (T u. D to seal 

^eficgcn , »■ « '- <» conqu 

(Seine gciiibe) -, to vanquish, to ov 

Denfd)nften) -, to conquer, to subdi 
äd)iuietiflfeiieii, i^iiibenii(Te -, to surmo 



SBcfilbern,"-«. «osiivei. 
aScftngen, <>• •• «- to sing, 

ate in song. 

aScfinncn, 'r. v. refl. i ®i 

. , a; lo recollect; b) to devise, 
ive. 2 ©id) - tibei: tc, to think 
weigh in the miud ; (id) Iclllflf - 
berate; et ift fd)nell bcfonnen, his reso 
ition is quickly taken- .! ©Id) eiiie^ Sef 

link better of any thing ; (id) eiiif6 '.Jlllben 



de- 



aSe^tnnen, " (-f* «fi 
93eftnnung , /- Sic - 

se one's senses; jut - fblllllli 
i one's senses, to collect oni 



Beft II It Ullfldl 0Ö, adj. senseless, in- 
nsible. 

S8cfit>J?en, "- » to ally by connec- 
on or kindred; f. Beiteunben 

aSefi^, '"■ (-f«> I- possession. Jll 
neljnu'ii idtmai) , to take possession of 
c. , to possess one's self of etc. , to oc- 
ipy ; till —e einer ©nd)e fem, to be pos- 



Sot 

:äj III - fe^en, to possess one's sell of etc. : 

or wilh). 10 pul in possession of. (.jcfe^ 
irtl) to seize; - erflrcifeii , to occupy, ti 
ake possession: in - befumiufii , to gaii 
lossession; (giiiem niisEr- ff$en, mis Hn 
■c trtiljEii, to dispossess, (gefe^lid)! to dis 
eiie; ten - betreffciip, possessory. 2 
= aieri91l)ll'lll possession. 

»tli9iicl,nur,'i pier. 
23efieer,ivcifun,j.W. occupancy, oc 

a , V cupation. SSMet 
) rccl)riid,e »cfi$ 

; oeff^lidje-, seizin ii 



23er 



159 



<8efi«nel,iM.Mi 

«cfi^ndtjnif , 
{i I) tue, usurpation 



»efl^fSlna , nrf/. able to possess, 
capable of possession or holding. 

S8e fi^i^ 0« &, »1. possession, -^fiage, 
/. possessory actio i session. 

aitfi6ili""i, "■ (.'^.pt. -iinuT) pos- 

^en^en, Ir. v. a. l. to possess. 2. 
t^eiiiaiiD^ ^EVi) - , to possess ; ( groBe 
Idlellte ic.) -, to be possessed of; • Stbin-. 

OclclirmiMfeii , Witj - , lo be virtuous, 
learned, witty. 3. eier - a'. Sogelll), to 
sit on eggs, to incubate, to brood. 

-JiCfi^Cl*, "■■ <- . pi- -) </• -inn) 
possessor, proprietor, ^er iiiirt.'tl)ttnnßtge 
-, usu.per. 

JBCft^Ung, /• <?'• -eiO possession. 

SBcfocEen , '■ « 'o furnish «iti, 
JBefoblen, - -. to soie. 

^ScfOtSen, ■■ <•. to pay; to have in 
pay, to keep, f to stipend. S.foi&CI, 
salaried, stipendiary, hired. 

asefol&ung, /• i uepiug etc 2. 

stipeud, »ages, salary, pay. 

JBcfOnBer, iOev, nie, Oai) -e, adj. 
1. distinct, particular, especial, special, 

©igeiifcft.ifieii cuter (JiUniije, the speciBc 
qualities of a plant; meine -e gBeinunfl, 
my individual opinion: ^ie -n llmflnnDe 
If liter Sntiie), the particulars; Sn* -e (>;5hi= 
Il>r.] concrete. 2. particular, extraordinary, 
uncommon. 3. particular, strange, singu- 

3?CfOn5er6eit, /• particularity; 
singularity, peculiarity. 

SSffOntCrÖ, adv. l. apart, separate- 
ly. iSf llel)t) - , by itself. 2. particu- 
larly, especially, singularly, peculiarly. 

33efOnnen, a«*;, cautious, prudent, 

dently, cautiously. -I) e i t, /. 1. prudence, 
discretion, discreetness. <)KiI-, discreetly, 

58efonnen, »■ «■ - <»• ^et iSouiio, 

SBcfOrgCn, ■- »• l- to take care of 

effect; to manage. Sefotflt fein für lt., 
to take care of etc., to look to or after etc. 



e affairs of etc. 2. - ((frroilii, to appre 
nd. to fear. Scfptji (uni \H>. luefleii ic.) 
prehensive (of etc. i. anxious (for, abou 



Hill K. 111(61 lueill.j fcfotat, C. «as in m 
small apprehension for etc.; luit (inf nil 
ic. befprgt, we are concerned for etc.: 

SBefcrgCV, -"■ t-s, ?/. -> C/. -inn; 
he that takes care of etc.; manager. - 
(einer Seitunfl), editor. 

SefOraltC^, •'dj. 1. that may be 
apprehended. 2, - (ti. »Menfciien) , appro- 
liensive, fearful. 3. solicitons. anxious. 

siveness. fearfnlness 2.t-(eilie= lleUel«), 
f. »eiDCfluiB N.. 1. 

JBcforgnt^, /. (.pi. -ffe) i. appre. 

hension , tear. 2. solicitude. 

»efotgitlBUOll, „dj. I. apprehensive, 
fearful. 2. causing apprehension, tilling 
with care or solicitude. 

ÖefOrgfam, "dj. careful, inclined 
to t.il.i- care of etc. — adv. carefnily. 

■3cf01-9Ung , /. managing etc', n.a- 

«cfotauna^flcnnir,/. [ipmiDclJ pro- 

a5eft>anncn, v. a. i. (&,„m acn. 

(jcu jc.) inn Sl>|etDen :c. -, to put horses 
etc. 10 etc. TOlt IC. liefpnniit, drawn by 
■jtc; iPtr SÜBnaeu: til tntt jelju '^I'erDeii be: 
fniiiir. has (a team of, ten horses to it. 
2. -mn ©(tilcti -, t,i string; f. »ejieheti. 

aSeftjeifn, fr. v. «. to bespii, t., 

spit (up)ou. 

Seftiiifen , ". »• i. t» i,i,i , ,. 

ä n (f f 11. 2. 1 (gld) -, to enrich one's self. 

iBeffiegeln, ■• rey?. Sict) -, to gaze 

it one's self in a looking-glass etc. 

SfflJtnnCn, '>•■ »■ »■ to spin over; 
- ill. Sl.lUDill IC), to cover wilh webs. 

«efrlicfeen,".«. tos gie. 

St'1>Dl'nCn, •>■ refl. ©Id) -, to pnl 

SBefjJÖttf In, .-■«■ to ban.e., to jeer, 
o rally, to quiz. 

aSeftlOtten, -■"• t» mock, to deride. 
;o ridicule, lo scoff (at). 

aScftvecJjcn, '■■• »• ». l- («ajanren) 
- , to cheapen ; it. to order, einen «pin^ 
,anf bee ipO|ii -, to bespeak a seat. 2, 
3);it G-tnem g-tiunä - , to conveise witi: 
iny one on etc. 3. to conjure, to cliarni. 

aid) über &injn» -, to discuss (c. ace). 
. discourse together ou etc.; fitl) mil k, 
6er IC. -, to confer w.lli etc. on etc. 

"Sei>rc(bcr, »i- c-f, pi. -, coa. 

^ffjire*Ung , /. l- conjuring . 

a5cf»)retten , "• «• to «»er. 
Scfijvcngen, "• " - (mu u >, lo 

$8ef*>renffln, »• «• lo bcspeckie, 

SBcftringen, n-. ». <>. - «.. nfu, 

11), to cover, to leap. 

aScfiiri^cn, » <>• i- - um sc to 

irinkle with etc., to spatter with (water, 
blood, gravy etc.). Wit jjoin -, lo bespat- 



SBef 
'i^cffntfeln , .. a. to wet sp 

ng. to sputter over, to bubble agaii 
?8Ct>VUften, ». a. to cover 

Sefrutfen, r -»eipeteu. 
>8ef>julcn, -. ». to wasi,. 
»efj>un5cnw , „ ,„ .„„. 
«cf^iincen,^ "• ''""° 

aSCffCr, adj. a.lv. 1. better. - 



JBefferli*, <>*• corrl-ible. improv 
able. 

»effern, »• ». l- to betler. to an.e 
liorate, to improve. (Drt6 OnilE) ic.) -, t 

to reform, to better. 3ttd)t Jtl - a'. We» 
\<i)tn>, incorrigible; nod) JU -, corrigible 
- cTOeilfiljen), to reform. — t. rtft. ^1.1 






aiiren 



«strt) • 



lii(lcrl).ificii ic. «)Keni"d)en) , to mend 
s iDanners or ways, to amend (ones 
. to turn over a new leaf. ilii6 ju -. 
mend our ways or our conduct. 3. 
Sid) - in e-tron« (il 9Jieii|d)eii), to improve 

95effCrUng, /. l. mending etc., 

2. a) convalescence, ^in firniiter i|l aui 
beiu 2Ceac ber -, c« higt fid) uiii eiiieiii 
Jlc.infen juc - nil, a sick man mends, is 
convalescent, is gelling better, b) - (ini 
»itrnaen). amendment, reformation (Ot 
life). 3. C= aSetbejyetullfl) improvement. 

3äeffei:una6fnl)ia, adj. corrigible; 
f. Seifetlirt). [rectioa. 

aJef|etunafl)HU6, .i. house of cor- 

%erferung«m irtel, n. correciive. 

»Cftaljlen , v. a. to sleel. 

ScftoUCn, -. a. 1. to invest with 
any charge, oltice or rank, to install. 2. 
f. SBefoloen. 

SBcftaUung,/. l. installation, in- 

2. public office; salary. 3. commission, 

letters-patent. 

SBe|liinuiia«lirief, «i. (if. »e|lal; 
!Se(l,illuua6iittnni)e,/.JluiiaNr.S 
^I'ftanS, in. (-cS. pL-imit, 1. 

lily. - Ijilüeu, uon - fein, to be durable or 



, lo endure, to la 
lo abide; tctneii - l)(il)eii (Uiun ällüifr) , 
be mutable, inconstant or variable ; ill:: 
3ied)ten«, IRnnjlciil.J legally. 2. ai ti, 
of which a thing consists, the integral 
b) (JpilllOelJ remainder, rest. Änifeu- 
&nrrci-, balance of cash. 3. hire, rer 
Sil - iieljnieii, to rent ; to farm ; in - fltbe 
to farm, to let. to let to farm, to lease i 



53 ef 



S8cf 



S E tl (1 11 6 I' W (f). "I |,n 
Bc(loiiM(|lf,/.S " 
3nTnn6(!(lb, "■ rent 
e eft on »a lit. "•»''••' 
C9eiloiiM)crr, m. the 
perty «l.ich is let, tlie U 
»flLitlMo«, mlj. mc, 

Scil(.n»ii.<iini , S', 
S£|1,iiiMiirnier, m. 



qSiitft-, lo powder. 3. [•R.itiirj.] «e. 
(itibt, covered Willi line scales, likepowd- 
r; Omefteii mit tif |1(i ii 6 te ii Sinoetii, 
■pidopters; ju ^ic|l'll onftfti'" O'ljung, le- 



idlord. 

n. f. SSeii; 



SBcflniiDtl)! 



. »riTi 
fic - 



«f|l,iiiiii'crtr(\a, '"• Ic'is'^- 
»ril,lliö(«)mcife , «'/<■• by lease. 
»eaniiOmefni, n. sul.siance, essence 
•Bciliiii(jei'./- '"se. 

?8cftdn6ev, -«■ <-«.?'• -) 'f"»"' 

aSCftanbi^i, "rfA 1. continual, per 
petuai. steady, enduring. 1. stable, dur 
able, lasting, -e 'JBillSe , con.slant winds 
- (0. 5reiin6fn ic.) , constant; - (u. OSxb 
pen), [THIntf).] constant; -i'6 "Better, set 

petuallv. 2. conslantly. invariably. 



able 



, settledn 



ilter- 



JreuiiCfrfjaft ottt eifbe), constancy. 
aScftänbltft), f. 93ennnCän,eife. 
»CftänÖner, f SBelKinSet. 

JBcftärfen, "o- '" confi-™. '" '<>'■ 

tifv. to strengthen, lo corroborate. S-Ilicil 
in Kincm e-|itfd)(uffe -, lo fortify any one's 
resolution; ful) i" ffin"" ©Iduden -, to 
fortify one's faith. 

«effättgcn, "• "■ i- 1 1» confirm, 

to make firm. 2. a) (SBettruije 1£.) -, lo 
confirm, to ratify; to sanclion ; (ein llti 
tHeil) -, to affirm; gcririjllid) -, to homo- 
logate; to legalize by oath ; <5J(it()rid)ten 
It.) -, to confirm, to corroborate, b) (= 
»ejriiOf" '" confirm, to vouch, to verity. 
3. (&ilicll)-(inic.), to confirm or establish 
,in etc.). — r.reß. SiA) - (D.3?iirt)ri*teii), 
to be confirmed or corroborated. 

Scftatigung,/- confirmation; ra. 
lification; corroboration. 

!8e|liitiaiinfl«urtl)Cil, ... a confir 
malory judgment. 

JBCftattCn, »■ «• l- to convey lo : 

lUmeii) Jilt ©roe '-, to inter, lo bury. 2 
• eine t[-rt)tiT) -, f. <!liit(l(\tteti. 3. (©i 
ncn 51rfer) -, to cultivate, to till. 

»cftatter, "■• (-«,p'--)- ©uter 

- [<5)(ln^fl) conveyer of goods. 

»CftattUng , /• conveying etc. - 

»Cfta'ttlÜl), "-ij. marriageable. 

aScftauben, «.... »e (in um, dusty 

covered or sprinkled with dust. 

^^eftauben, ■>• «• '• '» bedust, i 

•PnTiiiifil, dusty. 2. mat mtd)l-. t 
snrinkle with meal or flour, to dredge; mi 



J8eftau6en, ..- 
aSeftb«etcn&f, 



iiddc 



-(U. -Willi 
pi. -11) ll.e 
) adj. best. 



JBeftC, c^er, Me, 

!si ; üie -n Jnljre (6c* CelJeii«), the flo 
• age or of life, the prime of life; fi 
1Knilll|cI)aft, the choice or flower of 
oops; nod) mciiieiii -u<iei(Teii, to the I 
■ my knowledge ; bic Scljte UUll Ciir-U 3. 






Ufa 



iUU 



best; aiifiS - lifiui^eii (©t.- 
iiit eiiunä uuifleljeii, to make 
c. ; fein -i lljiiii, to do one's 
ti fur Mi -, uidjt jii ipirc(l)eii, 
best not to speak; role ll)Ur 



fete; - 
iiftc, to 



be obstinate. 



JBeftcIjlen, 

©d)rift|lf(lcr) -, l( 



Dili - lUPU dtmai), the best pait, 
flower, pith, prime; quintessence; 
rem -», for llie best of yonr intere 
-u (bet31tmcn to, for the benefit 
Jlim -n ilcilteil, to put the best ci 
lion upon etc. ; juni -11 nuljeii, li 
for the best; (Siucm ©trail« }iim -i 
to treat any one; (Me ic.) geben i 



Jlin 



©inen juin 
»c|liu5fl 



adj. 



1 biibc^ 



cli to spend 
ake sporl o 



JBefteticn, -r. . 

11) I. (u. w. feiii) t 
coagulate, lo Ihi, 



onlinue, to subsist, to last, 
n) lo subsist, to eiist. 3;i(J)t 
c - föiineu (I). Snrt)EM), to be 

für fid) -I, absolule iude- 
■iPireifE, [<j)iui6elj ruling pri- 

feiii) - (flcijni to, lo stand 
, to stand (c. ucc). (3ui 
jDet ill 6et '$ti>6e> -, to stand 
mit !c., to stand wiili etc. 5. 



ubsist ( 



aiuf reiiiein Si'pfe 



:ings 



iiiifl 



rob. (©inen 
ihoughls or 

, [•TOiic] lo 



aSCfteftung , /■ lenung. farming. 

JBcftCtgCn, "■■ »■ ». to mount, (©i. 
Ell jpi'lOEl K.» -, to ascend; (ein S|ifetii) -, 
) mount, lo back; em iSd)iff -, to get or 

lip. 

aSeftCtlen, "•«• l- ©tmn» - mittc., 
) put or place any tiling on etc. ; to cover 
ny thing with etc. 2. ©tuen -, lo order 



%do. as well as possible. 

aSeilfleleof II, adj. best situated. 

»cftccbbar, r. Se(ied)iid). 

^ffifC^Cn , ir ». <•• I. llt<il 
(S(i* Cecer) - , to quill; bte Soniitflreifeii 
-, [»ud)b.] to headband; -, l-liiiljt.J 
border with small stitches. 2. t (©I lien. 

<8e(led)i>i;nl)t, m. siitching thread. 
»effcd)H(ll)t,/. a flat seam. 
a^CftecfeCr, ""• (-«. )-'•-) corrup 

«Beftcd^ticJi , »rf;- corruptible. 

feit,/, corruplibleness, corruptibility 
»CfteC^Ung,/- ' corruption, 
bery. 2. bribe. 

33 CftCcf, "•(-«*,?'•-«) I. a) a case 
of instruments, ©in «BicJTet-, a case lor 
knives, b) ©in - («ffirffet ii. SnSeln) , a 
set of etc.; fillietne -e, silver knives and 
forks. 2. imat.] ©in - mnrtjeii, to prick 
a chart; fid) iin - oeirrt t)nlieii, mit ^cm - 

Sjeftetf mndjcr, m. a manufacturer ot 

»cftedEcn, - "• '• - ""' ''-i '" 

plant Willi etc. 2. to pole, lo stake or 
slick. 

aSeftCften, <r. ». «. l. lo stand (c. 
ace), 10 stand against etc. ((5)cfnl)ren ic.) 
-, to go through; Me <pto6e -, lo stand 
the test. 2 (©itl fflllt IC) -, to farm, lo 



I ten einniiDer 
ippointment, an 

-, to bespeak. 
ssign, to appoii 



*l(ll 



t; (ie He. 
they made 

i©iln>(igen 



!, to 



JII ©Irani -, 
o constitute; 21. tjat 33. jU feinem 51geii. 
en beilellt, A. has appointed , named, 
constituted B. his agent; (©inen) ju einem 
ttmie -, to appoint to a place. 4. (Säriefe) 
-, to deliver, ipnbt 31)r -«id)!« niiic ju -? 
lave you no commission to etc.? 5. to 
:set in) order, (©iiien ^ifEt) -, to culti- 
raie, to sow; fein S?aui -, f. äSefd)i(fen. 

aSeftetter, ">. <-*, ?'■ -> (/. -iino 

1. one who orders etc.; [i^iinDel] cominit- 
ler. 2. [2aiibroirit)fd).] cultivator. 

'BefteQung, /■ '• »> ordering, be- 
ipeakiug etc. iUuf -, at command; nod)-, 
to order, according to order, b) Itnnti 

!8 e fl e 1 1 n II a « (Ml d), ii. [J^iinbel] order- 
Seitens , »'t-'- '» "'« best manner. 

ajffterncn, '■ «■ i- •" set or sow 

with stars. Se|1ecnt, a; (uom :i)iinmel ic; 
starry, starred, b) w. einem ifierriii deto- 
rated with a star (or with stars), starred 



JBcfteuern , >■ ■> to impose duties 
^^efteuerunc; , /• taxation. ^ t.ii 

posing taies on etc. 

^efittaltf^, nrf;. bestial, beastly. 
— adv. bestially ; in a beastly manner, 

ajefitialität, / bestiality, beastli. 

^eftid), >". (-ei, pi- -e) [äd)iiljiii.] 
«CfirtrfCn, f. «■ to embroider. 
^Beftie,J- <?;■ -id beast, brute. 
«efttCbcn, \- «eilnubeu. «e. 

Öefticfcln,